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Masters of the Bench. 20 Aug. Mr. Alban, son and

heir-apparent of Francis Pigott of Colewick, Bucks, esq.,
generally; fine, 3L Boimd with Messrs. Richard Moore and
Flettwood Dormer. 9 Oct. Mr. Thomas, son and heir
of John Lewes of Marre, Yorks, esq., deceased, specially ; fine,
41. 10s. Bound with Messrs. John Carvile and John Kaye.
25 Oct. Mr. John, son and heir- apparent of Thomas Seynt-
aubyn of Clowence, Cornwall, esq., generally ; fine, 3Z. 6$. 8rf.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Trefrye and Thomas Seyntaubyn,
his brother. Mr. Thomas Seyntaubyn, next brother to the

preceding; same fine. Boimd with Mr. Trefrye and his
brother. 26 Oct. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of

Roger Bramstoon of Borham, Essex, gent., specially ; fine, 41.
Boimd with his father and Mr. Francis Moore.

At a Parliament holden 26 OctM 89 Eliz., 1597.

Mr. Daston was chosen Reader for Autumn next.

All Utter Barristers and other fellows having chambers in
the House, or lying in any chamber in the House, shall be
" cast into hole commons " both in and out of term ; and in
principal weeks they shall be cast in commons if they are
seen in town, according as it hath been in former times used
and accustomed. English.

The calls of Messrs. William Grove and Walter Pye to the
degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Swayne, late Reader, are con-
firmed.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons last Autumn during Mr. Swayne's
reading : — ^Utter Barristers : Messrs. Maynard, Adams, T. Chap-
pell, G. Strode, G. Drydon, Becke, Jacobb, J. Culpeper, sen.,
H. Reade, Crooke, Wootton, Carvile, J. Boys, jun. Inner
Barristers : F. Vivian, Traughton, T. Southe, Brodrepp, Agard,
Kelley, H. Poole, Ed. Poole, Sparke.



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Admissions: — 31 Oct. Mr. Charles, son and heir of Henry
Danvers of Edington, Wilts, esq., specially ; fine, only 40s., for
reasons moving the Treasurer. Bound ¥rith Messrs. Sefton

Jones and . Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of

William Southland of the parish of St. Andrew, Holbom,
gent., generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messra Henry Haule,

a Master of the Bench, and . 2 Nov. Mr. Andrew,

second son of William Napper of PouncknoU, Dorset, esq.,
generally; fine, 50s. Bound with Messrs. Greorge Wrightting-
ton and Robert Jacobb. 4 Nov. Mr. Henry, second son of
Thomas Kyrle of Much Marcle, Herefordshire, esq., generally ;
fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Walter Pye and John Hoskynea
6 Nov. Mr. Edward, son and heir of Edward Morgan, late of
Hadderley, Gloucestershire, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 3/.
Bound with Messrs. Richard Daston and Antony Washbome.
10 Nov. Mr. Thomas Wayte to the chamber of Messrs. Edwin
Kendall and Hugh Robothom in place of the latter, with the
assent of Mr. Christopher Kendall; fine, 20s. 12 Nov.

Mr. Robert, second son of Antony Rowse of Halton. Cornwall,
esq., generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. William Martyn
and John Roope. 16 Nov. Mr. Henry Elsinge to the

chamber of Messrs. Robert Bowyer and Hanbury, in expect-
ancy; fine, only 405., at the request of Mr. Robert Bowyer.
Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of Eustace Vaughan of
Winforton, Herefordshire, esq., specially ; fine, 5/. Boimd with
Messrs. James Walwyn and John Hoskynes. 17 Nov.

40 Eliz. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of John Browne
of Fythilers, Essex, gent., specially; fine, 4/. Bound with
Messrs. Edward Combes and Robert Fulnetby. 18 Nov.

Mr. Erasmus, son and heir-apparent of Edward Cope of Chanons
Ashbye, Northants, esq., specially; fine, 4/. Bound with
Messra Stephen Dryden and Thomas Triste. Mr. Edward,
third son of Peter Edgcombe of Mount Edgcombe, Devon,
esq., generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Richard Reynell
and John Lutterell. 19 Nov. Mr. Martin, son and heir

of Martin Sanforde of Halberton, Devon, gent, generally;
fine, 3Z. Bound with Messra Gteorge Wrighttington and
Edward Denner. 23 Nov. Mr. David, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Urrey of the Isle of Wight, gent.,
specially; fine, 5Z. Boimd with Messrs. Benjamin Rudyerd
and John Hoskynes. 24 Nov. Mr. Robert Rowse to the



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chamber of Messrs. William Martyn and George Trowbridge in
place of the latter; fine, 20«. Mr. Antony Washbome to
the chamber of Messrs. Edwin Kendall and Thomas Wayte in
place of the former; fine, lOs. 24 Nov. William Pawlett,

esq., specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. William Jones
and Sefton Jones. John Pawlett, esq., specially ; fine, 5/.
Bound with the same. Mr. Christopher, third son of

William Lambert, late of Hide Strete, near Winchester, esq.,
deceased, specially; fine, 3£ Bound with Messrs. William
Jones and Sefton Jones. 25 Nov. Mr. Thomas Culpeper

to the chamber of Messrs. John Culpeper, sen., and Maximilian
Moone in place of the latter ; fine, 40s.

At a Parliament holden 25 Nov., 40 Eliz^ 1597.

The feast of Christmas shall be celebrated solemnly, not
grandly; commons shall be continued until next term. A
cartload of coals and 40s. for the minstrels shall be allowed to
those who remain.

Mr. Serjeant Williams' petition not to have a third admit-
tance into his chamber with Mr. William Combes and his son,
is referred to the Treasurer to examine the Parliament Book
whether three have heretofore been admitted to the said
chamber, and to report at the next Parliament English.

Medcalf, the late " Pannyermann," shall have the keeping and
cleansing of the houses of ofiice in the garden, and to have 20s.
a year, the fee thereunto belonging. English.

Thomas Bayley, the "Pott Washer," who lately had the
keeping of the said houses, shall have 20s. a year.

9 Feb., 1597. While the Masters of the Bench and other
fellows were quietly dining publicly in the Hall, John Davyes,
one of the Masters of the Bar, in cap and gown, and girt with
a dagger, his servant and another with him being armed with
swords, came into the Hall. The servant and the other person
stayed at the bottom of the Hall, while he walked up to the
fireplace and then to the lower part of the second table for
Masters of the Bar, where Richard Martyn was quietly dining.
Taking from under his gown a stick, which is commonly called
" a Bastianado," he struck Martyn on the head with it till it
broke, and then running to the bottom of the Hall he took his
servant's sword out of his hand, shook it over his own head (super
caput suum proprium quatiebat), and ran down to the water



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steps and jumped into a boat He is expelled, never to
retura

Admissions: — 25 Nov. Mr. Edward, son and heir-
apparent of Edward Creswell of Odiham, Hants, esq., specially ;
fine, oL Bound with Messrs. Edmund Marvyn and Francis
Joyner. Mr. Thomas, son and heir of Robert Rowe, late of

London, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 53^. 4(£. Bound ¥rith
Messrs. John Jermye and Edward Tumor. 28 Nov. Mr.
Ambrose, son and heir of Geoflfrey Turvile, late of London,
esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 4L Bound with Messrs. John
Jermye and Thomas Rowe. 30 Nov. Messrs. John Gibbes
and Tobias Newcourte in place of Edward Hexte, esq., to his
half of all the buildings which he holds with William Gibbes,
esq., to hold with William Gibbes in survivorship while they
belong to the Fellowship, reserving to Hexte the private use of
his study at the end of the passage {ambulatmum) and the
common use of the other chambers and passages when he is
in London. 1 Dec. Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of

Francis Buller of Tregarrick, Cornwall, esq., specially ; fine, 4/.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Williams and John Copleston.
20 Dec. Mr. Jasper, second son of John Miller, late of Cane,
Dorset, esq., deceased, specially ; no fine, at the instance of Mr.
Snygge, a Master of the Bench. Mr. Thomas Straungwaies
to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas Wayte and Antony Wash-
borne in place of the former; fine, 10s. 15 Jan., 1597.
Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Roger Vaughan of Clere-
wood, Herefordshire, esq., specially; fine, 5L Bound with
Messrs. James Walwjm and John Hoskynes. 18 Jan. Mr.
David, son and heir of John Gwyn of Wigmoore, Radnorshire,
esq., specially; no fine, at the instance of Grelius Merrick,
Bound with Messrs. John Canon and John Vaughan. 24 Jan.
Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent of Edward Seymour of Bury
Pomery, Devon, esq., specially ; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Forde and John Gybbes. 24 Jan. Mr. Richard,
second son of Thomas Lydall of Reding, Berks, gent., specially;
fine, 4/. Bound with Messr& Francis Moore and Edward
Lydall, his brother. 27 Jan. Mr. Thomas Wayte to the
chamber of Messrs. Edward Tynte and William Burdett in
place of the latter; fine, 205. 3 Feb. Mr. Richard, second
son of Richard Woodward of Stratford super Avan, Warwick-
shire, gent, specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas



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Overbury and Richard WUlis. Mr. John, son and heir of
Ralf Freeman of Newark Grange, Leicestershire, gent., gene-
rally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Austin Niccolls and Tobias
Chippingdale. Mr. Greorge, fourth son of William Kyns-

man, late of Loddington, Northants, esq., deceased, specially ;
fine, 32. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Crispe and Thomas
Palmer. 10 Feb. Mr, John Sweete to the chamber of
Messrs. John Davyes and Henry Ludlowe in place of the
former, expelled; fine, only 6/. 13s. 4d., at the instance of
William Periam, knt.. Chief Baron of the Exchequer.

At a Parliament holden 10 Feb., 40 Eliz.

Mr. Swayne was chosen Assistant to Mr. Gybbes, Reader for
next Lent.

Messrs. Daston, Morgan, Overburye, and Walrond are ap-
pointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Cuttes, L. Hide, M. Culpeper, and Whitmoore are
appointed to provide the Reader s feast.

Mr. John Davyes* expulsion is confirmed.

At the instance of Mr. Snygge, a Master of the Bench, Mr.
Thomas Tounge shall be admitted to the next vacant chamber,
and Mr. GosnoU to the next after that.

John Boys, esq., was chosen Treasurer, but Mr. Dale shall
remain Treasurer till the end of this term. Mr. Boys shall
commence on Tuesday next. He shall have a voice in Parlia-
ment as his predecessors. Mr. Richard Baldwin shall reniain
Under Treasurer.

Messrs. Pagytt and Mann are appointed auditors.

The following vacationers are fined' 2 0^. each for absence
and being out of commons at Christmas : — Messrs. F. Vivian,
Traughton, Roope, T. South, Brodrepp, Newman, J. Dackombe,
Streynsham, Agard, R. Kelley, Pollington, J. Copleston, H. Poole,
Ed. Poole, Berrey, Mercer, M. Vivian, Keyghley, jim., Sparke,
Thynne, Ed. Latton, Hardey, J. Blomer, A. Pigott, J. Seynt-
aubyn, T. Seyntaubyn, Southland, H. Kyrle, Ed. Morgan, R.
Rowse, Ed. Edgcombe, Rowe.

Admissions: — Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Mat-
thew Dale, esq., a Master of the Bench, to his father's chamber.
10 Feb. Mr. George, son and heir-apparent of Martin White
of Plymmouth, Devon, gent., specially; fine, 31. 10s. Bound
with Messrs. Alexander Maynard and Thomas Austyn. Mr.



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Hugh, son and heir-apparent of Nicolas Bosoawen of Tregothnan,
Cornwall, esq., specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Courtney and .

Acts done duringr the Treasorership of John Boys, esq.

Admissions: — 16 Feb. Mr. Abraham, son and heir of
Arthur Wake, late of Oxford, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 3/.
Bound with Messrs. William Grove and John Daccombe.
Mr. John, second son of Henry Harrington of Leicester, knt.,
specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. Henry and Sidney
Mountague. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Flettwood Dormer
and Thomas Flettwood in place of the latter; fine, 40s.
20 Feb. Mr. (Jeorge Thorpe, late of Staple Inne, gent., son
and heir-apparent of Nicolas Thorpe of Waunswell, Glouces-
tershire, esq., generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messra
Thomas Greene and Oliver Style. Mr. Thomas, third son
of John Irelande, citizen and Salter of London, generally;
fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. George Strode and
George RoUe. 24 Feb. Mr. Rowlande, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Wilcox of Boddington, Northants, gent.,
specially; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. Austin Nyccolles
and Richard Willis. 4 March. Mr. Christopher, son and

heir of Henry Crakenthorpe of Newbingen, Westmoreland,
esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. Robert
Fulnetbye and James Kyrton. 6 March. Mr. William,

fourth son of Peter Mewe of Purscandle, Dorset, gent., deceased,
specially ; no tine, being admitted by favour of William Gibbes,
esq.. Reader. Bound with Messrs. George Strode and George
RoUe. Mr. John, third son of John Bettes of Ermingland,
Norfolk, esq., specially ; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. Nathaniel
Hunter and Robert Fage. 13 March. Mr. Thomas, son

and heir-apparent of John Bedell of Hamerton, Hunts, esq.,
specially; fine, 4Z. 14 March. Edward Norris, knt.,

governor of the fort called Oaste Ende in Flanders, specially,
by assent of William Gybbes, esq., Reader, and other Masters
of the Bench. 1 6 March. Mr. John, son and heir of Robert

Manningham of Fenne Drayton, Cambridgeshire, gent., de-
ceased, generally ; fine, 3L Bound with Messrs. John Chapman
and John Hoskyns. 3 1 March, 1598. Mr. William Sterr to

the chamber of Messrs. Henry Martyn and Leweston Fitzjames,
in place of the latter; fine, 30s. ,4 April. Mr. John Hoskyns



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to the chamber of Messrs. Edward Tynte and Thomas Wayte m
place of the latter; fine, 20«. Mr. Valentine, son and heir-
apparent of Matthew Dale, esq., apprentice at law, fellow of
the Middle Temple, speciallj ; no fine, because his father is
a Master of the Bench. 3 May. Mr. Nicolas, second son
of Nicolas Sympson of Canterbury, gent., generally ; fine, only
30^., at the instance of Mr. Mann, a Master of the Bench.
Boni^d with Messrs. John Mann and Roger Horton. 4 May.
Mr. Gk)snoll to the chamber of Messrs. Francis Morgan and
William Fowler on the death of the latter ; no fine, because he
was admitted by Mr. Sandis, Treasurer, to Mr. Edward Combes'
chamber, and could not eiyoy it. Mr. Clement Pygott to
the chamber of Messrs. Simon Wyseman and Thomas Crewe
in place of the latter; fine, 205. Mr. Richard, fourth son
of Richard Deeringe of Pluckley, Kent, esq., generally ; fine,
505. Bound with Messrs. John Osborne and William Freston.
Mr. Richard, third son of Richard Pollard of Culve, Somerset,
esq., generally ; fine, only 205., at the instance of John Popham,
knt, Chief Justice. Bound with Messra Richard and Thomas
Warre. 5 May. Mr. Christopher, son and heir of William

Dyrdo, late of Milton, Dorset, esq., deceased, generally ; fine,
only 205., at the instance of Baron Ewena Bound with Messrs.
John Strode and Thomas Newman. 10 May. Mr. Thomas

Tounge to the chamber of Mr. Richard Chappell and Mr. Thomas
Crispe on the latter's death ; fine, 3/. 10 May. Mr. Thomas

Ireland to Mr. George RoUe's chamber under the chamber of
Messrs. C. Stone and Sayer, in his place; fine, 205. Mr.
Henry, second son of Luke Dillon of Moymett, co. Meath, knt.,
deceased, generally; fine, 3L Bound with Messrs. Richard
Hadsor and Nicolas Kardjrffi Mr. William Mewe, by

assignment of Francis Hastings, knt., and Lady Mary, his wife,
executrix of the will of James Hannam, esq., a Master of the
Bench, deceased, to the lower chamber on the south side of
the building built by Hannam and others, in which chamber
the office of the Clerk of Estreats and Warrants of the Com-
mon Bench is now held, and also to the chamber on the second
floor above the said office ; no fine, as by the Parliament of
10 May, 1583, the executor has the assignment within one year
after Hannam's decease. 10 May. Mr. Richard, son and
heir of Owen Phillippes, late of Rushmoore, Caermarthenshire,
esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 31, 65. 8^. Bound with Messrs.



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John Hoskins and John Yahan. 12 May. Mr. Samuel

Austen, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent of George
Austen of Gilford, Surrey, gent., specially ; fine, only 40s., for
reasons moving the Treasurer. Boimd with his father and
Mr. Thomas Shawe. Mr. George, son and heir-apparent of
Richard Snellinge of Portslade, Sussex, esq., generally; fine,
53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Robert Bowyer and Humfrey
May. Mr. James, son and heir of James Hannam, late of
Purscandle, Dorset, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, 51. Also by
assignment of Sir Francis and Lady Mary Hastings to two
upper chambers with a garret, late in his father's holding ; no
fine. Christopher Tolderve of London, esq., specially, at

the request of Mr. Agmondesham, a Master of the Bench, and
John Boys, esq., Treasurer ; no fine. 20 May. Mr. Chris-

topher, son and heir-apparent of Richard Blackall of Exeter,
esq., specially ; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. John Copleston
and William Carye. Mr. Thomas, son and heir of William
Lewyn, late of Atterden, Kent, LL.D., deceased, specially ; fine,

3/. 6s. 8rf. Bound with Messrs. Antony Luther and .

22 May. Mr. Basterde to the chamber of Mr. Henry Blomer
and Mr. Miller in place of the former, expelled by decree in
the Star Chamber; fine, 71. Mr. Alban Pygott to the

chamber of Messrs. Richard Chappell and Thomas Younge in
place of the latter; fine, 40& 24 May. Mr. Thomas

Andrewe to the chamber of Messrs. Francis Morgan and
William Gtosnoll in place of the latter, at Mr. Morgan's in-
stance; fine, 205. Mr. Humfrey Brewster to the chamber
of Messrs. Francis Brewster and Charles Croftes in place of the
latter; fine, 20s. Mr. Edmund, son and heir of Henry
Dowbledaye of London, merchant, specially ; fine, only 31. 6s. 8rf.,
at the instance of John Popham, knt., Chief Justica Bound
with Messrs. John Hooper and Richard Ryves, 25 May.

Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of Richard Freeston of
Mendam, Norfolk, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with his
father and John Jermye.

At a Parliament holden 26 May, 40 Eliz., 1598.

Mr. Daston was chosen Reader for next Autumn.
Messrs. Overburye and Walrond are fined 40s. each for
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The calls of Messrs. Dewse and H. Martyn to the degree of
the Utter Bar by Mr. Gibbes during his reading, are confirmed.

The call of Mr. Sammes to the same degree by Mr. Johnson
during his reading, is confirmed.

Messrs. Clyve, F. Bowme, Blunte, Eveleigh, RoUe, and
Jo. Tynte are called to the degree of the Utter Bar at this
Parliament.

Mr. Walter Moyle is amerced 3/. 68, 8rf. for practising as
an Utter Barrister before his confirmation or allowance, accord-
ing to the Judges' orders. English.

Mr. Goddard shall have the next admittance to any
convenient chamber except Benchers' chambers, he having
surrendered the lease of a room under the Temple Gate, and
two chambers having fallen void since the Parliament of
6 May, 39 Eliz., which see (p. 374). English,

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons in Lent during the reading of
Mr. Gybbes: — Utter Barristers: Messrs. G. Drydon, Becke,
Jacobbe, Wentworth, Farewell, H. Reade, Crooke, C. Pygott,
Wotton, Carvile, Boys, jun., Grove, Tokefeilde, G. Shurley.
Inner Barristers: Messrs. J. Daccombe, Agarde, R. Eelley,
Go^he, PoUington, J. Copleston, Ed. Poole, H. Poole, Keighley^
jim., Sparke, Ed. Latton, J. Blomer, A. Pygott, J. Seyntaubjm,
Southland, jEd. Morgan, R. Rowse, Ed. Edgcombe, Sandforde,
Rowa

Admissions: — 26 May. Mr. William Pemberton, late of
New Inn, gent., second son of Robert Pemberton of Rusden,
Northants, esq., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs.
Michael Locke and Thomas Smythe. 2 3 June. Mr. Thomas,
third son of John Heblethwayte of Wisbitch, Cambridgeshire^
gent, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Savile
and Thomas Lewes. 24 June. Mr. Thomas Lewes to the
chamber of Messrs. Antony Sawrey and Henry Savile in place
of the former; fine, 30s. 30 June. Mr. Richard, son and
heir-apparent of Richard Estmond of Fifhed, Dorset, gent.,
generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Giles Phelpes and
William Grove. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Phelpes and
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At a Parliament holden 80 June, 40 Eliz., 1598.

Mr. Gibbes was chosen Assistant to Mr. Daston, Reader for
next Autumn.

Messrs. Morgan, Overbury, Walrond, and A. Nyccolles are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. A. Nyccolles, Hovenden, E. Seymour, jun., and Rolle,
jun., are appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

The call of Mr. Walter Moyle to the degree of the Utter
Bar by Mr. Haule during his reading, is confirmed.

The benefit of the defaults of the Inner Barristers' vacations
shall be employed towards the easement of commons in vaca-
tion times, to be gathered in a roll by itself and cast in
commons at the discretion of those Benchers in town or four
of the Ancients then in commons. The defaults of the Utter
Barristers' vacations shall remain to the use of the House.
English,

Any fellow of this House (excepting principal weeks) may
take repasts as in former times, paying 6d. a repast. Unglish,

Benchers in commons in reading times shall be cast in but
half commons. English,

Divers grievances are daily committed by reason of water,
chamberpots, and other annoyances cast out of gentlemen's
chambers to the great offence of gentlemen of good worth
passing by, as well as of the House and others ; in future the
owner of a chamber where such an offence is committed, shall
be fined 40*. English,

Students of New Inn desiring to be of this Fellowship
of the Middle Temple, after they have mooted and done their
exercise of learning in New Inn, shall have their antiquity in
this House, notwithstanding their continuance and being in
commons in New Inn, provided they bring a true certificate
of their mooting and exercise under the hands of the Reader
and Principal before their names are entered in the Book of
Admittances, or they have any antiquity in the House. The
fines for their admittance shaU be respited imtil their coming
into commons in this House. They shall serve their vacations
and pay their pensions on coming into commons in this House,
and not before. English.

Admissions : — 1 July. Mr. William Knighton, late of New
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Northants, gent., specially ; fine, 3Z. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Davye and Edward Denner. Also to the chamber
of Messrs. Barnabas Lewes and Thomas Davye in place of the
former; fine, 20s. 9 July. Mr. John Alden, late of
CljrflFordes Inne, gent., son and heir-apparent of John Alden of
Swanscomb, Kent, gent., generally ; fine, 50s. Bound with
Messrs. John Roope and Robert Fage. Mr. Thomas, son and
heir of Thomas Hendley, late of Cranbrok, Kent, esq., deceased,
specially; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. John Boys, jun., and
Paul Fox. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Robert Cassey
and John Boys, jun., in place of the former ; fine, 20s.
30 July. Mr. Charles Townley, late of Bamardes Inne, gent.,
fourth son of John Townley of Hopton, Lancashire, esq.,
generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Gregory Armitage
and William Vawer. 1 Aug. Mr. Jasper, son and heir of

Jasper Baker of Magna Bursted, Essex, gent., deceased, speci-
ally; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Gilbert Berye and
John Bramston. Mr. Nicolas Parker, kinsman and heir of

Thomas Parker, late of Norbom, Kent, gent., deceased, speci-
ally ; no fine, because he is the Treasurer s kinsman. Bound
with Messrs. Roger Horton and Edward Boys. Mr. Richard,

son and heir of Robert Wrighte of Sturmynster Nuton, Dorset,
gent., deceased, specially ; fine, only 3/., at the request of
Mr. Gybbes, a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Giles
Phelpes and Richard Ryves. 1 Aug. Mr. Jonas Pincent,

late of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Hugh Pincent of
Ilsington, Devon, gent. Mr. Francis Vickarman, late of
New Inn, gent., second son of Ralf Vickarman, of Hastrop,
Yorks, gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Boimd with Messrs. John
Dalamar and William Moleyns, senior. (Marginal note :
Venit in com. 17 die Febr. anno 1604.) Mr. Francis Mor-
gan, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent of Francis
Morgan of Kingesthorp, Northants, esq., generally; no fine,
because his father is a Master of the Bench. Boimd with



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