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land, esq., specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Ralf Dela-
vale and Peter Riddell. 23 Oct. Mr. Lewis Powell, late of
Cliflfordes Inne, gent., second son of Morgan Powell of Pem-
broke, gent., generally ; fine, 40«. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas
Adams and Leweston Fitzjames.

At a Parliament holden 24 Oct., 37 Eliz.

Mr. Johnson was chosen Reader for next Lent, and Mr. Ed.
Phillippes for next Autumn.

Messrs. Symondes, R. Stephens, Tonge, and Ed. Phillippes
are fined 405. each for not standing at the Cupboard at Mr.
Haule's reading.

Mr. Ayleworth is fined 20/. for not reading. Paid,
13Z. &8. 8d.

Mr. Combes is fined 20L for not reading. Paid, 13Z. 6s. 8d,

Messrs. Culpeper and Moyle are called to the degree of the
Utter Bar by Mr. Haule, Reader, and confirmed by Parliament.

Mr. R. Ashley is called to the degree of the Utter Bar by
Parliament.

Vacationers fined 20s. each for absence from Mr. Haule's
reading. No names.

Admissions : — Mr. Isaac, son and heir-apparent of Richard
Johnson, esq., a Master of the Bench, specially ; no fine. He
is also admitted to his father's chamber, and if his father die
and another Bencher take his father's chamber, he shall be
admitted to the chamber or a part thereof whence the said
Bencher cometh, and shall have the antiquity in the said
chamber, unless before his removing out of his father s
chamber he be admitted into some convenient chamber with-
out fine. English. 25 Oct. Mr. Richard, son and heir
of John Pudsey, late of Cuxham, Oxfordshire, gent., deceased,
specially; fine, 3Z. 6s. 8^, at Mr. Marston's request. Bound
with Messrs. William Combes and Thomas Beaufoue. Mr.
Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Beaufoue of Gwy
ClyfiF, Warwickshire, esq., specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs.
William Combes and Richard Pudsey. 1 Nov. Mr. Peter,
second son of Peter Higdon of Merston, Somerset, gent, speci-



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ally ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Giles Phelpes and William
Sterre. 2 Nov. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of George
Philpott of Cumpton, Hants, esq., specially ; fine, 5L Bound
with Messrs. John Paynter and William Whitmoore. John
Haddon, servant of Francis Barker, Chief Butler, to the office
of Barnard MilUngton, Puisne Butler. 5 Nov. Mr. Thomas
Fowler, late of New Inn, gent., third son of William Fowler
of Hamidge Graunge, Shropshire, esq., generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Francis Morgan and James Gamons.
10 Nov. Mr. Oliver Style to the chamber of Messrs. WincoU
and Vigorus in place of the former; no fine, because it
is in decay, and Messrs. Style and Vigorus will repair it.

13 Nov. Mr. Austin Wynyates to the chamber of Messrs.
George Cole and Chippingdale in place of the latter; fine,
20s. Mr. John, second son of John Latton of Kingston
Bagpuze, Berks, esq., generally ; fine, 31. Bound with Messrs.
WilUam Latton and James Whitlock. 13 Nov. Mr. Hugh,
third son of WiUiam Grove, late of Shafton, Dorset, esq.,
deceased, specially; fine, at Mr. Swaynes request, only 4/.
Bound with Messrs. William Grove and John Daccombe.
Mr. George Vaux, late of Staple Inne, gent., fourth son of
Robert Vaux of Odiham, Hants, esq., specially ; fine, 4/.
Bound with Messra George Strode and Henry Ludlowe.

14 Nov. Mr. Chippingdale and Mh John Tynte to the
upper chamber with a garret, on the north side of the second
floor (jgradus) of Mr. Sandis* building in the Garden; fine, 50Z.
20 Nov. Mr. John Hennynge to the chamber of Robert
Napper, knt, and Mr. Wrighttington in place of the former ;
fine, 20s. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Edward
Wareham of Burton, Dorset, gent., specially; fine, 4Z. lOs.
Bound with Messrs. George Wrighttington and John Hennyng.
Mr. Thomas Greene, late of Staple Inne, gent., son and heir of
Thomas Greene of Warwick, gent, deceased, specially ; fine, 4/.
Bound with Messrs. John Marston of the Bench and John, his
son. 2 1 Nov. Mr. Richard Moore and Mr. John WincoU to
the chamber on the west side of the third floor {gradtcs) of Mr.
Sandis' building in le Vine Court ; fine, 45/., because Mr. Moore
had rights in the upper chamber in the building pulled down
in le Vine Court. Mr. Flettwood Dormer and Mr. William
Sammes to the upper of two chambers called " le garrett
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le Vine Court ; fine, 40/. Messrs. Maximilian Moone and
John Cnlpeper to the chamber on the east side of the second
floor {gradus) of Mr. Sandis' building in Vine Court ; fine, 40/.

At a Parliament holden 21 NoVm 38 Eliz., 1595.

The feast of Christmas shall not be solemnly kept Com-
mons shall be continued imtil next teruL A cartload of
coals and 40& for the minstrels shall be allowed to those who
retnain.

An order for the table of the ancients of the Utter Bar. On
2 6 Nov., 3 8 Eliz., it was ordered by the Masters of the Bench, viz.
James Morice, esq., Attorney of the Queen of Her Court of Wards
and Liveries, Thomas Farmer, Miles Sandis, Peter Boos, Matthew
Dale, John Agmondesham, John Boys, Thomas Pagytt, Richard
Johnson, John Shurley, William Gibbes, Gteorge Snygge, John
Marston, John Cavell, Edward Stampe, and Henry Haule, that
those Masters of the Utter Bar who have past their time of
reading and have not read, and those who shall do so in
future, from the first day of next term shall dine and sup at
the upper table on the north side of the Hall, which shall be
called **Me7i$a Seniorum Magistr&rum de le Utter Barr — Anglice,
the AuDcientes table." Other Masters of the Utter Bar and
fellows may be allowed to sit there, imtil it is full.

Four only of the most ancient in commons may have a
special diet, as hitherto; and two of the most ancient may
have a waiter (vcUectm) each in commons with the waiters of
the Masters of the Bench.

Four of the most ancient of the Masters of the Utter Bar
in commons who have not yet come to their time for reading,
may have a special diet, and two of them may have a waiter
each, as above.

In the case of gentlemen owing commons to John Wilsonn,
late Steward, or to "John Bull, now Steward, or any other duties
to the House, their sureties shall be asked to pay it or appear
before the Bench at the table, and on their refusal, to be
ordered as the Bench shall think meet. English.

Mr. Bacon, once sworn Utter Barrister by Mr. Serjeant
Harris, shall be allowed to be an Utter Barrister at the next
general call. Mr. Waddinge, for whom Mr. Serjeant Danyell
has written, shall be considered of touching his worthiness



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The remembrance of Mr. Byrde, at Mr. NicoUe's instance, is
also deferred to the next general call. Enylish.

Gentlemen coining into the Hall or Buttery to breakfast,
dinner, or supper in boots or cloaks shall ipso facto be out of
commons imtil they pay the Treasurer 10& ; and they shall pay
for commons all the time they are out of commons. English.

Admissions: — 26 Nov. Mr. Edmund Scott, late of Staple
Inne, gent, second son of John Scott of Bromley, Kent, esq.,
generally ; fine, 40s. Boimd with Messrs. Alexander Hamond
and Edward Combes. Mr. Henry, son and heir of Matthew
Pollard, late of Trelawne, Cornwall, esq., deceased, generally ;
fine, only 20&, at the request of the earl and coimtess of
Huntingdoa Bound with Messrs. Richard Reynell and George
Strode. 27 Nov. Mr. William Newburgh, late of Newe
Inne, gent, third son of Richard Newburgh, late of Nether-
bury, Dorset, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound
with Messrs. Walter Newburgh, his brother, and Thomas
Straungwaies. 1 Dec. Mr. Henry Sammes to the chamber
of Mr. Becke and Mr. Edwin Sandis in place of the latter;
fine, 20s. 20 Dec. Mr. Edwin Sandis to the chamber of
Messrs. Bonn and Bisse in place of the latter; fine, 20s.
2 2 Jan. Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent of Hanniball Yivion
of Trelowarren, Cornwall, esq., generally; fine, 3Z. 6s. 8rf. Bound
with Messrs. Alexander Maynard and Robert Ridge. 24 Jaa
Mr. Hugh Grove to the chamber of Messrs. William Grove and
Humfrey Walrond in place of the latter; fine, 5 3s. 4rf. 2 7 Jan.
Mr. William Wilford to the chamber of Messrs. Wrighttington
and Hennynge on the death of the latter, provided that if Sir
Robert Napper return out of Ireland, he may use the chamber
as formerly; fine, 5Z. Mr. Martin, son and heir-apparent of
Martin Culpeper of Oxford, esq., specially; fine, 3/. 6s. 8rf.
Boimd with Messrs. John Culpeper, sen. and jun. 31 Jan.
Mr. George, son and heir of Richard Lyttleboye, late of Wick-
ham, Bucks, gent., specially; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Shawe and Christopher Kendall Mr. Richard, second
son of Richard Traughton of Hanslapp, Bucks, gent., generally;
fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Antony Fettiplace and Francis
Gififord. 1 Feb. Mr. Walter, son and heir of Henry Welshe,

late of Sodbury, Gloucestershire, esq., deceased, specially (meat,).
2 Feb. Messrs. Peter Fretchvile and John Darcye to the upper
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building in le Vine Court; fine, 60/. 4 Feb. Messrs.
Thomas Barker and William Tofte to the upper chamber with
a garret on the south side of the second floor of Sandis' new
building in the Garden; fine, 60Z. Mr. Thomas Greene to the
chamber of Messrs. Vigorus and Oliver Style in place of the
former ; no fine, because the chamber is in decay, and Greene
and Style will repair it.

At a Parliament holden 6 Feb., 38 Eliz., 1595.

Mr. Haule was chosen Assistant to Mr. Johnson, Reader for
next Lent.

Messrs. Ed. Fhillippes, Marvynn, Ja. Clarke, and C. Stone
are appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Adye, F. Tate, Forthe, and Wattes are appointed to
provide the Reader's feast.

John Wilson, late Steward, has petitioned to have an order
granted to him for the payment of the commons of divers
gentlemen, some of whom are out of the realm, and others dis-
continued, which sums have been long forborne by him to his
great hindrance. The Under Treasurer shall therefore peruse
the names of those in arrears and see the sums which they
owe, and for how many there are " bandes," that they may be
put in suit. The sums owed by those who have no " bandes,"
are to be certified to the Masters of the Bench next term, that
some order may be taken for his relief. Unglish.

George Boulton, Under Cook, petitioned for the reversion of
the Master Cook s place. Answered, that it is fully intended
that he shall have the place when it is void. English.

Messrs. Peter Frechvile and John Darcye, esqs., petitioned
in regard of their great affairs in the country and far dwelling,
to have their chamber in the Viae Court, for which they have
lately paid a great sum, without forfeiture or danger for not
being eight weeks in commons every year. Granted, but they
must appoint no one but students of the House to lie in their
chamber during their absence. JEnglish.

Mr. Denton has till the end of the first week in Easter term
given him to pay the residue of his fine for not reading,
10/. 68. 8d. If not paid then, he shall lose his chamber, and
the Treasurer admit another in his place. English,

Divers Utter Barristers, being vacationers, have lately ab-
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so that the moot-men of this House in the Inns of Chancery
have many times failed by reason of the small appearance of
Utter Barristers; and also the yoimg gentlemen vacationers
have for the most part not been in commons in Christmas,
Lent, and Summer vacations, so that the charges have been
greater to those in commons; it is therefore ordered that
henceforth every Utter Barrister who has not served all his
vacations, shall be in commons five weeks every Lent and four
weeks every Summer till he has served six vacations after
being called to the Bar, the vacation beginning the first day of
every reading, on pain of a fine of 20s. Young gentlemen who
are generally admitted, and who do not duly attend and be in
commons for six vacations after their admittance, viz. three
weeks at Christmas, five weeks in Lent, and four weeks in
Summer vacations, shall pay 20s. the next term after every vaca-
tion or reading. Utter Barristers and Tnner Barristers who have
been out of commons and forfeited their vacations, shall pay
the money due by them, and the refusers fined and punished
as shall seem convenient to the Masters of the Bench. English.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence at
Christmas, 1595 : — Messrs. R Bellingham, Barnefeild, Bourk,
W. Brodnax, Borlas, Cumpton, Coxwell, Cliftbrd, J. Culpeper,
jun., T. Culpeper, Chalcrofte, W. Davies, S. Edolphe, T. Fowler,
Feeharris, F. Frothingham, W. Freke, G. Gilbert, Honychurch,
Hanburye, G. Harvey, Z. Isham, A. Jenour, Kardyfif, Lougher,
Maunsell, Mumpesson, Mulso, J. Norris, C. Newport, Osborne,
G. Poole, Ridgwaye, M. Ryvers, D. Sarsfeild^Sweete, T. Smythe,
J. Smyth, Sharpham,Stritche,Spraceling, T. Thompson, Thomas,
Ed. Tynte, Triste, Uvedale, T. Williams, Waddmg, R. Weston,
Ed. Wattes.

Admissions : — Mr. Edward Combes to the chamber of Messrs.
Rede and William Combes, on the death of Mr. Rede (nan
potuit gavdere. Vacate). 9 Feb. Mr. George, second son
of Thomas Malett, late of Enmore, Somerset, esq., deceased,
specially ; fine, only 40s., at the instance of Sir John Fopham,
Chief Justice of England. Bound with Messrs. Richard and
Thomas Warre. 10 Feb. Mr. Henry Himt to the cham-
ber on the eastern side of the two lower places in Sandis' new
building in le Vine Court; fine, only 10/., because Sandis had
from Mr. Himt ** lez hordes " to make " lez flowers " to the
value of 40s., and because Hunt had a chamber there in the old

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building. Mr. Henry Boyle to the chamber on the east
side of the two lower places with Mr. Hunt; fine, only 12/.,
because he had a chamber in the old building. 12 Feb.
Mr. William Grosnoll to the chamber and study of Mr. Edward
Combes in his place; no fine, for certain considerations
moving the Treasurer. Mr. John Boope, late of Clementes
Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent of John Boope of Little
Dartmouth, Devon, gent, generally; fine, 50s. Bound with
Messrs. William Martyn and Bichard ChappelL Mr.
Thomas, son and heir-apparent of John Gowldwell of Tratton,
Sussex, esq., specially ; fine, only 40$., at the instance of Mr.
Mann. Boimd with Messrs. Antony Weekes and William
Byves. 12 Feb. Messrs. Bowme and Budyerd to a cham-
ber on the west side of the two lower chambers in Mr. Sandis'
building in le Vine Court; fine, 13Z. 6s. 8d, 27 Feb. Mr.
Thomas South, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent
of Thomas South of Northley, Hants, gent, generally; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Hannam and Thomas
Straimgwaies. 28 Feb. Mr. John Canon, late of Clyffordes
Inne, gent, third son of Mamice Canon, late of Haverfordwest,
Pembrokeshire, esq., deceased, generally; fine, only 40s., at
Mr. Merrick's instance. Bound with Messrs. William Byves
and Thomas Nycolas. Mr. Bichard, son and heir of John
Brodrepp, late of Week, Somerset, gent, deceased, generally,
by Mr. Johnson. Beader ; fine, only 30s., at Baron Ewen's
instance. Bound with Messrs. William Celey and Bichard

Bennett 4 March. Mr. Bichard, son and heir of

Smarte, late of Ipswitch, Suffolk, gent, deceased, specially;
no fine, being admitted by Bichard Johnson, esq., now Beader.
9 March. Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent of Thomas
Denner of Bradninch, Devon, gent, specially, by Mr. Johnson,
Beader; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. George Wrighttington
and William Willford. Bobert Lee, esq., alderman of

London, specially, by Mr. Johnson, Beader. John Wattes,
esq., alderman of London, specially, by assent of Mr. Johnson,
Beader, and other Masters of the Bench. 1 April, 38 Eliz.,

1596. Mr. Thomas Newman, late of New Lin, gent, fourth
son of Henry Newman of Salisbury, Wilts, gent, generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. William S wanton and William
Grove. 30 April. Mr. Haule, a Master of the Bench, to
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the death of the former ; no fine, because he left his chamber
to the use of the House. 1 May. Mr. Christopher Froth-

ingham to the chambar of Messra Walkeden, J. Stone, and Lowe,
in the place of and to the study of Mr. Walkeden ; fine, 20s.
Mr. Thomas, third son of Henry Longeville of Wolverton,
Bucks, esq., specially ; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas
Grascoigne and Andrew Umbervile. 2 May. Mr. Miles
Doddinge to the chamber of Messrs. Haule and Brodnax in
place of the former on his leaving ; fine, 20s. 4 May. Mr.
Edmund, son and heir-apparent of William Baynham of
Boxley, Kent, esq., specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with his father
and John Baynham. Messrs. Edward Cason and John
Farmer to Mr. White's chamber, void by his death; Cason
paid 10/. and Farmer nothing, because he gave up his admis-
sion to his father's chamber. 14 May. Mr. John Maunsell
to the chamber of Messrs. Cason and Edward Wattes in place
of Mr. Cason ; fine, 20s. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent
of Richard Daccombe of Motoombe, Dorset, gent., generally ;
fine, only 20s., at the instance of Baron Ewens. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Swayne and William Grove. 15 May.
Messrs. William Burdett and Edward Tynte to the lower
chamber on the south side of Sandis' new buildings in the

Garden; fine, 30/. Messrs. Nicolas Adames and to

the one of the two lower chambers next to the chamber of
Messrs. Kendall and Robothom, lately built by Mr. Sandis;

Mr. Adames pays 10/., Mr. nothing, at the instance of

Mr. Gelius Merrick, servant of Robert, earl of Essex, who
obtained the earls consent to the building in the Garden.
Mr. Christopher Kendall to the chamber of Edwin, his son,
and Mr. Hugh Robothom, in expectancy ; no fine, because he
*' finished lez studies" and other necessaries (vaccU.). Mr.
Richard, son and heir-apparent of Amias Bamfylde of Poltimer,
Devon, esq., specially {vacat.). 1 6 May. Mr. Francis, son and

heir-apparent of Nicolas Wright of the parish of St. Clement,
Middlesex, gent., specially; fine, 4/. 10s. Bound with Messrs,
Andrew Jenour and Francis Joyner. Mr. William, son and
heir-apparent of William Vawer of Bristol, merchant, specially ;
fine, only 3/. 6s. 8d., at the instance of Mr. Snigge, a Master of
the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Kedgwin and Charles
Townley. 18 May. Mr. Thomas Streynsham, late of New

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ham, Kent, deceased, generally ; fine, 20a. Bound with Messrs.
Henry Haule, a Master of the Bench, and Thomas Brodnax.
18 May. Mr. Richard, second son of Thomas Owen, a Justice
of the Common Bench, specially ; no fine, on account of the
friendship between his father and the Fellowship, and especially
the Treasurer. Boimd with Messrs. William Sterr and Peter
Higdon. Mr. Francis Clyve to the chamber of Messrs.
George Carr and William Davys in place of the latter ; fine, 205.
Mr. Nicolas Eveleigh to the chamber of Messrs. Benn and
Edwin Sandis, jun., in place of the latter; fine, 20«. Mr.

Edward, son and heir of Edward Yate, late of Buckland,
Berks, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs.
Nicolas Overbury and John Latton. Mr. Stephen, son and
heir-apparent of Ambrose Agard of Browghton, Northants,
esq., generally ; fine, only 20s., at Mr. Pagit's instance. Bound
with Messrs. John Maimsell and Richard Owen. 19 May.

Mr. George RoUe to the chamber, late Mr. Maynarde's, under
the chamber of Messrs. C. Stone and Sayer in place of Mr.
Maynard on his leaving (recessum) ; fine, 205.

At a Parliament holden 21 May, 38 Eliz., 1596.

Mr. Ed. Phillippes was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Messrs. Phillippes, Marvyn, Ja. Clarke, and C. Stone are
fined 40$. for failing to stand at the Cupboard during Mr.
Johnson's reading.

The ordinances made on 20 May at Serjeantes Inne in
Flete Street by all the Justices there assembled, in the
presence of the Treasurers and divers ancients of the Inns
and Fellowships of *' le quatuor Innes de Court," was read, but
the discussion postponed till next Parliament.

llie call of Messrs. Wentworth and Francis Ashley to the
degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Johnson during his reading,
was confirmed.

Mr. Moyle, called to the degree of the Utter Bar during Mr.
Halle's reading, and Mr. Sommes during Mr. Johnson's reading,
are suspended from the degree until they have been admitted
for seven years, when they will be confirmed if of good con-
versation and diligence in observing the exercises of learning
here and in the Inns of Chancery.

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the Utter Bax by Mr. Johnson, are not approved, because they
have performed no exercises of learning, and Mr. Younge has
only been a fellow five years.

Mr. Haule, Reader m last Autumn vacation, and Mr.
Johnson, Reader in last Lent vacation, are each fined lOL for
not reading the whole space of time fixed, for calling unfit
persons to the degree of the Utter Bar, for excesses in diet
during their readings and for other ofifences.

Ordered, that any Master of the Utter Bar who, on warning
given, does not keep the ordinance made at the Parliament
held on 14 May, 16 Eliz., concerning the qualifications for
pleading at Courts, etc. {quoted), shall be fined 40s. for the first
offence, 4Z. for the second, and for the third shall lose his
degree and his chamber. The three last Readers or two of
them shall be the examiners of offenders.

If moots or other exercises of learning fail in this Inn or in
the Inns of Chancery for want of any Master of the Utter Bar,
besides the penalty already imposed by the ordinances, each
Master of the Utter Bar then in commons shall forfeit 10s. if^
he do not supply the defect. y^

Mr. Henry Sandis, fourth son of Miles Sandis, esq., TrSSisurer,
was admitted to the chamber of his father, and Edwin and
William, his brothers, in expectancy, which chamber they shall
hold without forfeiture. Further, considering that Mr. Sandis
of the Bench built at his own expense two chambers over his
present chamber, and seventeen other new chambers, and did
many repairs in the Garden and roimd " le gallery," and that
he paid off debts on his being made Treasurer, and leaves the
House with money in hand, it is ordered that no one else shall
be admitted to the said chambers. Signed: Ja. Morice.
Math. Dale. Jo. Agmondesham. Jhon Boys. Matthue Crach-
erode. Thomas Pagytt. Richard Johnson. John Shurley.
Wm. Gibbes. George Snygge. Barthelmewe Man. Jo. Marston.
John Cauell. Ed. Stampe. Henry Haule.

Daniel Hill is appointed Panier Man in place of Thomas
Medcalf, who shall receive from the office during his life
3Z. 6«. 8d. a year, and the broken meat from two tables of the
Utter Bar, except at the times of readings and feasts, when he
shall only have hal£

An annuity of 135. 4(i. is granted, during pleasure, to
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The Laundress' yearly salary is increased 11., being pre-
viously 4/.

To Richard Smalewood and Arthur Blunt, Butlers, are granted
a chamber which they have built over the house of Margaret
Dashe, for life.

Mr. Henry Ferrers did not appear to urge his petition
concerning the chamber of the late Mr. Richard Ferrers and
John White, both deceased, neither did Mr. John Ferrers. It
was discussed whether the disposition thereof belonged to Mr.
Henry Ferrers or the Treasurer, and it was determined that it
belonged to the Treasurer.

The following vacationers were fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons in Lent and during Mr. Johnson s
reading : — Utter Barristers : Messr& Coleforde, Wilkynson,
Sayer, T. Younge, Reynell, Hutchinson, Trowbridge, Sibthorpe,
jun., Stawell, Phelpes, R. Davies, Fulnetbye, R. Moore, H.
Welshe, K Adames, T. Chapell, G. Strode, G. Dridon, Jacobb.
Inner Barristers: Messrs. Charlcrofte, W. Davies, Lougher,
T. Culpeper, J. Norris, Waddinge, Mulso, J. Smyth, Thomas,
Sharpham, Mumpesson, Tompson, C. Newport, Maunsell, G.
Harvey, W. Freke, Honychurch, Gwynn, S. Edolphe, Cumpton,
Coxwell, Bamefeild, T. Williams, Z. Isham, Moorton, H. Savile,



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