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second reading in next Lent for a fine of 51. Paid.

Mr. Pagitt was chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Ayleworth was chosen Reader for next Autumn ; in his
default, Mr. Combes ; in his default, Mr. Haule.

Messrs. Ayleworth, W. Combes, and Symondes, Cupboardmen,
are each fined 405. for default.

Messrs. Maynard and N. Adames are called to the degree
of the Utter Bar by Mr. Stampe, Reader last Autumn.

Mr. T. Chappell and Mr. G. Strode are called to the degree of
the Utter Bar at the said Parliament.

Mr. Sandis, Treasurer, declared to the Masters of the Bench
that he had admitted Mr. Edward Phillippes to the chamber
lately belonging to William Weston, knt., saving the right
of his son Thomas ; which is confirmed even if it be one of the
chambers commonly called " Bencher's Chambers " ; fine, 40«.

Mr. Goddarde, Usher of the Star Chamber, has petitioned
concerning a lease of the old kitchen under the Temple Gate,



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late in the tenure of Florence Granger, and granted by Parlia-
ment to Emanuel Maunsell and Joyce, his wife, 21 Eliz.
William Carter has also petitioned to have the same room
added to his house. It is ordered that Goddarde shall
enjoy his term, according to his lease, so as the room be con-
verted to such use as shall be to the liking of the Masters and
Benchers. English.

The gardener shall have some convenient room within the
House for his lodging appointed by the Treasurer; and shall
have 6Z. 13s. 4rf. yearly wages. Unglish.

Every vacationer absent from Mr. Stampe's reading in
Autunm 1594 is fined 20s.

Admissions : — Mr. Stampe to the chamber of Mr. Lewknor,
Sergeant-at-Law. 27 Oct. Mr. Henry, son and heir of

Hercules Raynsford, late of Clyfforde Chamberer, Gloucester-
shire, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs.
William Barnes and Robert George. 30 Oct. Mr. John,

son and heir-apparent of Thomas Maunsell of Chickley, Bucks,
gent., generally; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with Mr. Timothy
Johnson. Mr. David, son and heir of John Bourk of

Tireawly, Ireland, knt., generally ; fine, 40s. 3 1 Oct.

Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of Francis Zouche of
Shaftesbury, Dorset, esq., specially; fine, 41. 10s. Bound
with Messrs. Edmund Mervyn and William Grove.
1 Nov., 36 Eliz., 1594. Edward Winkfield of Kymbalton,
Hunts, knt., and Charles, third son of Michael Blunt,
knt., lieutenant of the Tower of London, specially. Mr.
George, son and heir of Digory Harvey of Marham Church,
Cornwall, gent, generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. John
Calmadye and William Wattes. 2 Nov. Mr. Thomas

Flettwood to the chamber of Mr. Ferrers of the Utter Bar,
and Mr. William Flettwood in place of the latter, his brother ;
fine, 20s. 6 Nov. Mr. Leweston, son and heir-apparent of

John Fitzjames of Leweston, Dorset, esq., specially; fine at
the instance of John Popham,knt., Chief Justice, only 53s. 4d.
Bound with Messrs. James Hannam and Henry Martyn.
16 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of T. Uvedale
of Horton, Dorset, esq., generally; fine, 31. 6s. Sd. Bound
with Messrs. Richard Swayne and Robert Freke. Mr.
William, fourth son of Robert Freke, late of Iweme Courtney,
Dorset, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with



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Messrs. Richard Swayne and Robert Freke. Also to the
chamber of Messrs. Swayne and Robert Freke in place of the
latter, his brother, in expectancy; fine, 5/. 19 Nov.,

37 Eliz. Mr. Jerome, second son of Nicolas Downe of
Orcheston, Wilts, gent, generally; fine, 31, 6$. 8d, Boimd
with Messrs. John Lowe and John LuttrelL Mr. Robert
Ashley to the chamber of Messrs. Walter Newbrowgh and
Edmund Morgan in place of the latter ; fine, 40^. 20 Nov.
Mr. William Nutt, one of the Masters of the Bar, to the part
of his chamber occupied by Mr. Edward Bisse; fine, 4Z.
Mr. Antony Benn and Mr. Edward Bysse to the upper cham-
ber with the garret over it on the south side of the second
floor (ffradus) of the building in the garden, lately built by
Mr. Sandes the Treasurer; fine, 36/. Messrs. Francis

Ashley and Walter Moyle to the upper chamber with the
garret on the north side of the second floor of the same
building; fine, S7L 20 Nov. Mr. Edward, son and heir-
apparent of Thomas Harris, Serjeant-at-Law, to the chamber
of Messrs. Courte, Strete, and T. Chappell, in expectancy ; no fine,
because his father was a Master of the Bench (vacat,). Mr.
John, son and heir-apparent of John Hippesley of Stoneston,
Somerset, esq., specially ; no fine, because his grandfather was
a Master of the Bench and a benefactor towards building the
new Hall. Bound with his father and George Hooper.
21 Nov. Mr. Matthew, third son of Francis Saunders, late
of Welford, Northants, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 3/. 6«. 8rf.
Also to the chamber of Messrs. Gascoigne, one of the Masters
of the Bench, and William Saunders in place of the latter,
with assent of Mr. Gascoigne ; fine, 20^.

At a Parliament holden 22 Nov., 87 Eliz., 1594.

Mr. Haule was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Christmas day shall not be solemnly kept. Commons shall
be continued to next term. A cartload of coals and 40a. for
the minstrels shall be allowed to those who remain.

The petition of Mr. Cobden, who was expelled in 23 Eliz.,
is referred to Mr. Agmimdesham and Mr. Shtu*ley. English.

The order concerning gentlemen who owe money for com-
mons, made on 13 June, 31 Eliz., is confirmed; and further,
those out of commons shall not be received into commons by



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the Master Butler, or any other in his absence, before they
have paid all duties due to the Steward and House. English.

Mr. Trefrye and Mr. T. Barker are called to the degree of
the Utter Bar.

The " Punye Butler " shall always keep a table or book of
the Mootmen who do the exercise of learning in the reading
times in the Inns of Chancery, and set down the names of the
Mootmen of this House and the case. He is also to keep
like order in vacation times, and set down the names of the
Mootmen who do such exercise, with the case. He is to have
3s. 4rf. from every gentleman called to the Bar. English.

Admissions : — 24 Nov. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent
of Robert Prydeaux of Landissileew, Montgomeryshire, esq.,
specially ; fine, 41. Boimd with Messrs. Andrew Blunden and
Richard Blunden. 26 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir-
apparent of James Dackombe of Stippleton, Dorset, esq., speci-
ally ; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Hide and Thomas
Strangwaies. 28 Nov. Messrs. Maynard and Austin to

the chamber of the two lower places on the north side of Mr.
Sandis* building; fine, 201. Mr. Weden to the chamber
of Messrs. Phillippes and Sayer in place of the former; fine,
40s. 29 Nov. Mr. William Davys to the chamber of

Messrs. George Carr and Castilian in place of the latter ; fine,
20s. Mr. Mounsell to the chamber of Messrs. Phelpps and
John Boys, jun., in place of the latter; fine, 53s. 4d. Mr.
Edward, son and heir-apparent of William Curll of Hatfeild,
Herts, gent, specially ; fine, only 31., at the request of William
Periam, knt, Chief Baron of the Exchequer. 30 Nov. Mr.

Antony Honychurch, late of New Inn, gent, second [son] of
John Honychurch of Luton, Devon, esq., generally; fine, 20s.
Boimd with Messrs. George and Thomas Strode. 23 Jan.

Mr. John Boys to the chamber of Messra Cassey and Fox in
place of the latter; fine, 53s. 4^^. Mr. Basil, son and heir-
apparent of John Brooke of Madeley, Shropshire, esq., son and
heir of Robert Brooke, knt, late Chief Justice of the Common
Bench, specially ; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. Andrew Blun-
den and Charles Best. 25 Jan. Mr. Thomas, fourth son
of James Crewe, late of London, gent, specially; fine, 5/.
Bound with Messrs. Simon Wismann and Benjamin Rudyerd.
28 Jan. Mr. John, son and heir of Cadwalader Gwynn of
Frou Grouch, Montgomeryshire, gent, generally; no fine, at



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the special request of Mr. Richard Lewknor, Serjeant-at-
Law, because he served Mr. Lewknor as clerk for four
years. Bound with Messrs. Benjamin Rudyerd and Thomas
Crewe. Mr. William, second son of Henry Sterr of Brad-

ford, Dorset, gent., specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs.
Giles Phelpes and Henry Mart3nin. 29 Jan. Mr. William,

third son of John Northcott, late of Crediton, Devon, esq.,
deceased, specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. John North-
cott and Robert Davies. 30 Jan. Mr. Oliver, second son of
Thomas Style of Eyton, Beds, gent, specially ; no fine, because
he was for long time the Treasurer s servant. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Moore and John Paynter. Mr. Robert, son
and heir-apparent of Adam Spracelinge of Elington, in the
Isle of Thanet, Kent, gent, generally; fine, 31, 10s. Bound
with Messrs. Thomas Brodnax and William Brodnax. 1 Feb.
Mr. William, son and heir of William Whitmoore, late of
London, merchant, generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs.
James Clarke and John Paynter. Mr. Edward, son and
heir-apparent of William Watts of Blakesley, Northants, esq.,
generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messra Thomas Palmer and
Sydney Mountagu. Mr. Simon Edolphe, late of New Inn,
gent, fourth son of Robert Edolphe, late of Hincksell, Kent,
esq., deceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
Robert Edolphe, his brother, and Thomas Edolphe. 6 Feb.

Mr. Andrew Jenour, late of New Inn, gent, second son of
Andrew Jenour of Dunmowe, Essex, esq., generally; fine, 205.
Bound with Messrs. William Tyffyn and Kenelm Jenour.
Mr. Thonias, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Reade of
Barton, Berks, esq., specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs.
William Denton and Christopher Hovenden. Mr. John,
second son of the same Thomas Reade, specially; fine, 31. 10s.
Boimd with the same. 7 Feb. Mr. Thomas, second son
of Richard Maye, late of London, esq., deceased, specially;
fine, 5/. Boimd with Messrs. Humfrey Maye, his brother,
and James Whitlock. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
John Cumpton of Pryors Deane, Hants, gent., generally ; fine,
3/. 10s. Bound with his father and Edmund Mervyn. Mr.
Nathaniel Coxewell, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-
apparent of John Coxewell of Ciciter, Gloucestershire, gent.,
generally; fine, 205. Bound with Messrs. Christopher George
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Messrs. Mordaunt and Grove in place of the latter; fine, 3/.
Mr. Grove to the chamber of Messrs. Hugh Portmann and
Humfrey Waldron m place of the former, with the assent of
Mr. Clifton, lately admitted in expectancy of Mr. Portmann;
fine, 41,

At a Parliament holden 7 Feb., 87 Eliz., 1594.

Mr. Stampe was chosen Assistant to Mr. Pagytt, Reader
for next Lent.

Messrs. Haule, Symondes, R. Stephens, and Ed. Phillipes are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Dodridge, Courtney, Peter and H. Waldron are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Mr. Cobden is restored, because he has conformed in
religion.

The orders made at the Parliament on 2 July, 24 Eliz.,
concerning those who do not duly come to the Church and
receive the communion according to the laws of the realm,
shall be put in execution. ETiglish.

Vacationers fined 20s. at Christmas. No Tiames,

John Bull, Second Butler, is admitted to the office of
Steward in place of John Wilson, resigned.

30 May, 1595. Mr. Ricarde has excused himself by testi-
mony of Seqeant Lewknor, Serjeant Savile, and others for his
absence and not being in couunons, and other faults which
might forfeit his chamber, sickness and other lawful impedi-
ments having been the cmly cause of his absence. He is
therefore allowed to enjoy his study and the little upper
chamber built by him during life, provided that Mr. Walkaden
may lodge with him. ETiglish.

Admissions: — 11 Feb., 1594. Mr. Robert Bamefeilde, late
of New Inn, second son of Richard Bamefeilde of Edgmond,
Shropshire, esq., generally; fine, 20^. Bound with Messrs.
Peter Mounsell and Charles Newporte. 12 Feb. Messrs.

Edwin Kendall and Hugh Robothom to the chamber on the
south side of the two lower places in Mr. Sandis' building ; no
fine to be paid by Kendall, because his father, Christopher
Kendall, gave up to the Inn his share of a larger chamber.
Robothom is taxed at 20/., whereof 13Z. is assigned to Chris-
topher Kendall to finish the said chamber, and 7Z. remains to
the use of the Inn. Mr. WilUam, second son of Humfirey



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Burdett, late of Sunninge, Berks, esq., specially ; fine, 51.
Bound with Messrs. Francis Moore and Edward Lydall.
Mr. William, son and heir of John Stritch of Lymbrick,
Ireland, esq., generally ; fine, 3/. 65. 8d. Bound with Messrs.
Dominic Sarsfeild and Francis Bowme. Mr. William Brodnax
to the chamber of Messrs. Plumer and Swalmann in place of
the latter; fine, 4Z. 13 Feb. Mr. Lewis, second son of

Thomas Lewes, late of Brecon, Brecknockshire, gent, deceased,
specially ; fine, 5Z. 19 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-

apparent of John Williams of Stowford, Devon, esq., generally ;
fine, 3Z. Admitted by Mr. Pagitt, Keader. Bound with Messrs.
Alexander Maynarde and John Calmadye. 24 Feb. John

Wilson, late Steward, specially ;• and the same day Barnard
Millington to the office of Junior Butler. 1 March. Mr.

John Armitage, late of Bamardes Inne, gent., son and heir-
apparent of John Armitage of Kircklesse, Yorks, esq., generally ;
fine, 20s. Admitted by Mr. Pagitt, Keader. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Reynell and George Armitage. Mr. Gregory
Armitage, second son of the same, generally ; fine, only 20s., at
the instance of Baron Ewens. Admitted by Mr. Pagitt. Bound
with Messrs. Richard Reynell and John Armitage. 8 March.

Mr. Zacheus Isham, late of New Inn, gent., third son of Henry

Isham, citizen and mercer of London, generally ; fine, .

Bound with Messrs. William Becke and William Swalmann.
13 March. Mr. James Pagytt, gent., only son and heir-
apparent of Thomas Pagytt, esq., Reader, generally, but not to
be subject to any burdens until he comes in to commons,
and when he does so he must keep his vacations. 19 March.

Mr. John, second son of John Hooper of Chadleighe, Devon,
gent, servant of Thomas Pagytt, esq., specially ; no fine, being
admitted by special favour of Mr. Pagytt. Bound with Messrs.
Zacheus Isham and John Armitage. Thomas Knoles, knt.,
specially, with assent of Mr. Pagytt and other Masters of the
Bench. John Salisbury of Llawenny, Denbighshire, esq.,

specially ; with assent of Mr. Pagitt and other Masters of the
Bench. 25 March, 37 Eliz., 1595. Mr. Robert, son and

heir of George Moorton, late of Esteward, Kent, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. John Davies
and John Hoskines. 9 May. Mr. John, son and heir-

apparent of William Gibbes of South Perrott, Dorset, esq.,
specially ; no fine, because his father is a Master of the Bench,



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Bound with Messrs. John Strode and John LutterelL 13 May.
Mr. Christopher Stone to the chamber of Messrs. Sayer and
Weedon on the death of the latter. Mr. Stone paid the fines
of Mr. Weedon and of Mr. Phillipes, viz. 4Z., and gives further
10s. Robert Digbye, esq., son and heir of (Jeorge Digbye,
late of CoUeshull, Warwickshire, knt., deceased, specially;
fine, 4:1. Bound with Messrs. John Farmer and John Paynter.
10 May. Mr. Thomas, second son of Thomas Parramoore of
the Isle of Thanet, Kent, gent, deceased, specially ; fine, 51.
Bound with Messrs. Edward Ayleworth and Henry Parramoore.
16 May. Mr. Edward Sowth, late of Clementes Inne, gent,
son and heir of Edward Sowth, late of Eerrington, Lincoln-
shire, gent, deceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with
Messra Marcellus Ryvers and John Smythe. Mr. William,
third son of Thomas Lyggons of Elston, Gloucestershire, esq.,
generally; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Marcellus
Ryvers and John Smythe. Mr. Greorge Needier, late of
Staple Inne, gent, third son of Simon Needier, late of Acton,
Middlesex, gent, deceased, specially; fine, 4/. 17 May.

Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of Edmund Ludlowe of
Hildeverell, Wilts, esq., specially; fine, 4Z. 10s. Bound with
Messrs. John Strode and John LutterelL 22 May. Mr.

William, son and heir-apparent of John Gaye of Chilley,
Devon, gent, generally; fine, 53s. 4rf. Boimd with Messrs.
Philip Hurrell and Thomas Williams. 24 May. Mr.

Francis Hanburye to the chamber of Mr. Bowyer, a Master of
the Bench, and Mr. Robert Bowyer in place of the former,
deceased; fine, 8Z. 30 May. Mr. Leweston Fitzjames to
the chamber of Messrs. Henry Hensmann and Henry Mar-
tynn in place of the former; fine, 3/. 30 May. Mr.

Edward, son and heir-apparent of John Courte of Bristol,
esq., specially; fine, 40s. Mr. Thomas, second son of

the same, specially ; fine, 50s. Messrs. Edward and Thomas

Courte to the chamber or chambers of their father, Messrs.
Brigges, Streete, and Chappell, in expectancy; fine, only 10s.,
at the request of Mr. Thomas Harris, Serjeant-at-Law, and
of their father, who built great part of the said chambers, and
also because Mr. Edward, Mr. Harris's son and heir-apparent,
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1595] Minutes of Parliament. 353

At a Parliament holden 30 May, 37 Eliz., 1595.

Mr. Haule was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Mr. Symondes is fined 405. for not standing at the Cupboard
during Mr. Pagitt's reading.

Messrs. G. Dryden, Beck, Bamham, and Beck are called to
the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Pagytt, Reader, and con-
firmed by Parliament.

No gentleman shall be allowed to remain in commons who
owes above three weeks commons. If any such come into
commons, the Steward shall deliver their names to the
Benchers or ancients then in commons that they may be
commanded to depart. If the Steward fail to give such
notice, he shall have no relief of the House charge touching
such persons' commons, and shall pay a fine. None shall
depart out of commons leaving any commons unpaid, being
cast at the time of their departure. JEnglish.

Vacationers absent from Mr. Pagytt's reading in Lent, 1594,
are fined. No names.

Admissions: — 1 June, 1595. Mr. Henry, son and heir-
apparent of William Savile of Coppley, Yorks, esq., generally ;
fine, only 40s., at the instance of John Savile, Sergeant-at-
Law. Mr. Ralf, son and heir-apparent of Robert Delavale of
Seton Delavale, Northumberland, esq., specially; fine, 41. 10s.
Bound with his father and Mr. John Carvile. 2 June. Mr.
Henry Ludlowe to the chamber of Messrs. Stampe, a Master of
the Bench, and John Davis, in place of the former ; fine, 8Z.
Mr. William, fourth son of Thomas Coppley, late of Bredon,
Worcestershire, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 3Z. Boimd
with Messrs. Antony Fettiplace and Alexander Rudhall.
3 June. Mr. George Needier to the chamber of Messra
Thompson and Sterrell, the former having forfeited by dis-
continuance and non-payment of pensions ; fine, 20s. John
Wilson, late Steward, and Barnard Millington, jun., Butler, to
the lower part of the house late belonging to Thomas Dashe,
gardener of the Middle Temple, and now in tenure of his
widow, Margaret, in expectancy. 28 June. Messra

William Cuttes and Henry Prannell to the chamber of
Messrs. John and Oliver Luke on their surrender ; fine, only
40s., because Mr. Cuttes left his chamber to the use of the
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Tanfield and Francis Barnard, and because Mr. John Luke
lately released to the House a debt of 201. to his grandfather,
Nicolas Luke, as appears by the admission of Oliver Luke,
24 April, 1591. 28 June. Mr. Francis, second son of
Henry Josceleine, late of WiUingal Do, Essex, esq., deceased,
specially; fine, 4/. 10s, Bound with Messrs. Antony Luther
and William Cuttes. 2 July. Mr. Austin, son and heir
of Thomas Winyates, late of St. Clementes Parish, Middlesex,
gent, deceased, specially; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs.
Bartholomew Mann and Timothy Johnson. 4 July. Mr,
Richard Weston to the chamber of Messrs. John Williams
and Thomas Edolphe in place of the latter; fine, 535. 4rf.

At a Parliament holden 4 July, 37 Eliz., 1595.

Mr. Pagytt was chosen Assistant to Mr. Haule, Reader for
next Autumn.

Messrs. Symondes, R. Stephens, Tonge, and Ed. Phillippes
are appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Wrightlington, Basterd, Doddington, and BUlingsley
are appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Mr. John Davies is called to the degree of the Utter Bar
with assent of all the Masters of the Bench.

Mr. Clement Pigott, one of the fellows of this House, is
given Ucence to build himself a chamber of one story and
a half over the present chamber of Mr. Wysemann and Mr.
Davemport, and to have one assignment thereof after him.
Ihiglish.

Admissions: — 7 July, 1595. Mr. Crewe to the chamber of
Messrs. Wysemann and Davemport in place of the latter ; fine,
20s. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of Benjamin
Tichbome of Tichbome, Hants, esq., specially; fine, 4Z. 55.
Boimd with Messrs. William TyflPpn and John Williams.
8 July. Mr. Edward Wattes to the chamber of Messrs. Cason
and Gifibrd in place of the latter ; fine, 405. 10 July. Mr.

Edmund, son and heir-apparent of Richard Mouldsworth of
the Middle Temple, esq., specially ; no fine, because he is a
kinsman of the Treasmrer. Also to the chamber of Mr. Richard
Mouldsworth, his father, and Mr. John Paynter, in place of his
father, in expectancy; fine, 205. 28 July. Mr. John, son
and heir of John Bathe of Dromconragh, co. Dublin, specially,
by Mr. Haule, Reader ; fine, 4/., paid to the Reader. 22 July.



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Mr. Francis, second son of Edward Frothingham of Frothing-
ham, Yorks, esq., generally; fine, 31, Bound with Messrs.
Christopher Frothingham and Antony Honychurch. 3 1 July.
Mr. Robert Bromfeild, late of New Inn, gent, third son of
Thomas Bromfeild of London, merchant, generally ; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. William Tothill and Antony Honychurch.
2 Aug. Mr. Robert, third son of Alan Bellingham, late of
Levens, Westmoreland, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 53s. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Ralf Flyer and Robert Fulnettby. 7 Aug.
Mr. William, second son of John Wilford, late of Enfeild,
Middlesex, gent., deceased, generally ; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound
with Messrs. George Wrighttington and John Hennynge.
12 Aug. Mr. William Whitmoore to the chamber of Messrs.
John Wood and Billingsley in place of the latter ; fine, 33s. 4rf.
John Baptist Castilian, esq., a gentleman of the Queen's
Privy Chamber, specially, by Mr. Haule, Reader. Mr.

Henry Wotton of Bowghton Malherbe, Kent, esq., specially,
by Mr. Haule, Reader. 10 Sept. Mr. Edward, son and

heir-apparent of Matthew Feeharris of Kilfeynane, Co.
Limerick, esq., generally; fine, 3/. 6s. 8rf. Bound with Messrs.
Dominic Sarsfeild and George Lea. 24 Sept. Mr. Gilbert,

son and heir-apparent of Roger Searle of North Wamborrowgh,
Hants, gent., specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. John
Hoskines and Benjamin Rudyerd. 13 Oct. Mr. Edward,

son and heir-apparent of Edward Mannering of Whitmoore,
Staffordshire, esq., generally; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with
Messrs. Ralf Flyer and Robert George. 16 Oct. Mr.

Richard, third son of Thomas Reade of Barton, Berks, esq.,
specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Thomas and John
Reade. Mr. Robert Bogas, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir of Robert Bogas, late of Branham, Suffolk, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messra Thomas Eliott and
Henry Sammes. Mr. Charles, third son of Thomas Scott,
late of Smeeth, Kent, knt., deceased, specially ; fine, 5L Boimd
with Messrs. John Davies and Simon Edolphe. 17 Oct.

Mr. John, son and heir of Michael Darcy, late of Aston, Yorks,
esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 5Z. Bound with Messrs. Peter
Fretchvile and John Carvile. 19 Oct. Mr. John, son and

heir of Edmund Borlas, citizen and mercer of London, de-
ceased, generally; fine, 53s. 4d Bound with Messrs. Zaccheus
Isham and John Hooper. 21 Oct. Mr. Peter Riddell, late



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of Cliffordes Inne, gent., third son of William Riddell of New-
castell, Northumberland, esq., generally ; fine, 53^.4^ Bound
with Messrs. Ralf Delavale and John Delavale. Mr. John,
second son of Robert Delavale of Seaton Delavale, Northumber-



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