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his father and George Kinesman. (Marginal note : Venit in
com, 25 die Marcii, 1599.) Mr. John Caunton, late of New
Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Caunton of
Nonnyngton, Kent, gent. Mr. Edmimd Ferrers, late of
New Inn, gent., son and heir of Richard Ferrers, late of the
Middle Temple, esq., deceased ; fine remitted by Mr. Pagit,
the Treasurer, because he educated him since his father's



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death. (Marginal note: Venit in com, prima die JiUii, anno
1599.) Mr. John Webster, late of New Inn, gent, son and
heir-apparent of John Webster of London, gent. Mr.

Henry Waade, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent
of Henry Waade of Exmouth, Devon, esq. Mr. Simon Har-
borne, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir of Simon Harbome
of Buckingham, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 20^. Boimd
with Messrs. John Harbome and William Bowghton. (Mar-
ginal note: Venit in com. 24 die Jantiarii, anno 1600.)
14 Oct Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Christopher
Kedgwin of Bristol, gent, specially; fine, 4Z. Bound with
Messrs. George Strode and James Orenge. 16 Oct Mn
Abraham, son and heir-apparent of Abraham Browne of Win-
chester, gent, generally; fine, 46& 8rf. Boimd with Messrs.
Robert Bowyer and Henry Eking. Mr. Robert, third son of
Robert Delavale of Seaton Delavale, Northumberland, esq.,
specially ; fine, 4/, Bound with Messrs. John Carvile and
Henry Savile. 17 Oct Mr. William, second son of Henry

Walrond of Sea, Somerset, esq., generally ; fine, 405. Bound
with Messrs. James Walrond and Humfrey Walrond, his
brother. Mr. Thomas Heblethwayte to the chamber of
Messrs. John Stone, John Smythe and Christopher Frothing-
ham in place of the last ; fine, 10s. 20 Oct Mr. Henry,

second son of William Norwood of Leckington, Gloucestershire,
esq., generally ; fine, 2L Bound with Messrs. William Lygons
and Gilbert Burye. 21 Oct. Mr. Richard Deeringe, at the
instance of Mr. Haule, a Master of the Bench, to his and Mr.
John Osborne's chamber in expectancy of Mr. Haule ; fine, 40s.
21 Oct. Mr. Francis, son and heir of John Freman of Ecton,
Northants, gent., specially ; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. John
Freman and James Pagytt

At a Parliament holden 27 Oct, 40 Eliz.

Mr. Snygge was chosen Reader for next Lent, and Mn
Francis Morgan for next Autumn.

Mr. Ed. Combes is fined for not reading 10/., and Mn
Warner for the same, 5/.

No repasts shall be taken by the Masters of the Bar or the
gentlemen imder the Bar, imless they shall be in commons half
the week at least before or after any such repasts. English,



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1598] Minutes of Pabliament. 389

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Daston's reading : — Utter Barristers : Messrs. J. Cul-
peper, sen., W. Moyle, Farewell, Wotton, Carvile, H. Martyn,
H. Reade, Wentworth, Pygott, Tokefeild, Grove, Blunt, Eveleigh,
Sammes. Inner Barristers : Messrs. Pollington, J. Copleston,
Ed. Poole, H. Poole, Fage, Sparke, Ed. Latton, Hardey, South-
land, Ed. Morgan, R Rowse, Ed. Edgcombe, Sandforde, Rowe,
J. Freman, Thorpe, Dyrdo, R. Phillippes, Estmond, Mercer,
Eeighley, Ejiighton.

1 Nov. A lease was granted to William Tothill of the
Middle Temple of the little shop or shed on the east side of
the Temple Gate, now in the tenure of Moyses Chaplyn, spur-
rier, from St. John the Baptist's day next for twenty-one years,
for a fine of 20^., and a yearly rent of 3$. ^d. English.

Admissions : — Mr. Shurley, a Master of the Bench, to the
chamber of Mr. Agmondesham, deceased. 28 Oct. Mr.
George, son and heir-apparent of Greorge Farewell of Hull
Byshoppes, Somerset, esq., generally; fine, only 40s., at the
instance of William Periam, knt., Chief Baron of the Exchequer.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Farewell and Tobias Newcourt.
Mr. Thomas Southe to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas Triste
and Peter Riddell in place of the latter; fine, 265. 8d,
30 Oct Mr. John Chapman to the chamber of Messrs.
Edward Tynte and John Hoskyns in place of the former;
fine, 20s. 2 Nov. Mr. Arthm*, son and heir of Gawin
Champemowne of Darkington, Devon, esq., deceased, generally ;
fine, only 30s., at the request of John Popham, knt, Chief
Justice. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Warre and George
Malett 3 Nov. Mr. Thomas, second son of Thomas Cot-
ton of Conington, Hunts, esq., deceased, specially ; fine, at the
request of Mr, Pagytt, a Master of the Bench, only 3/. 6s. 8d.
Bound with Messra Sidney Mountague and Thomas BedelL
5 Nov. James Dyer, esq., son and heir-apparent of Richard
Dyer of Stauton, Hunts, knt, specially ; fine, 4/. Boimd with
Messrs. Henry and Sidney Mountague. 12 Nov. Mr.

Richard, son and heir-apparent of Richard Stanny of Eston,
Sussex, esq., specially ; fine, only 3/. 6s. 8rf., at the request of
Mr. Lewknor, Serjeant-at-Law. Bound with Messrs. Walter
Moyle and Thomas Heblethwayte. 20 Nov., 41 Eliz., 159a
Mr. John Wighte, late of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent
of Richard Wighte of Caturnhill, Surrey, gent, generally;



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fine, 20$. Bound with Messr& William Grosnoll and Thomas
Shawe. Mr. Thomas Lewyn to the chamber of Messrs.
William Cuttes and John West in place of the latter;
fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 24 NoVm 41 EUZm 1598.

The feast of Christmas shall be kept solemnly, not grandly.
Commons shall be continued till next term. A cartload of
coals and 405. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those who
remain, and 5/. by favour.

The calls of Messrs. James Walwyn and Nicolas Hide
to the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Daston during his
reading, are confirmed. (• -^ ^ J

Messrs. Richard Warre and George Younge are called to the
degree of the Utter Bar.

Admissions: — Mr. Christopher Kendall to the small lower
chamber adjoining the house of Margaret Dashe, lately built
by him, for life, on consideration of his building a chimney on
the west side of the said chamber. 25 Nov. Mr. Martin,

son and heir-apparent of Thomas White of Fittleford, Dorset,
esq., specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Richard Ryves
and John Dackombe. 1 Dec. Mr. Humfrey, third son of
Antony Monk of Ponderidg, Devon, esq., specially; fine, 4L
Bound with Messrs. Robert Arundell and George Rolle. Mr.
John, son and heir-apparent of Otes Peter of Bowhay, Devon,
esq., specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Nicolas Evelegh
and George Rolle. 12 Dec. Mr. Thomas Cotton to the

chamber of Messrs. William Martyn and Robert Rowse in place
of the latter; fine, 26s. 8d. 1 Jan. Mr. Samuel, son and

heir-apparent of Morgan Awbrey of London, esq., specially ;
fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. Henry Williams and John
Vahan. 26 Jan. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
George Saffyn of Cullomton, Devon, gent., generally; fine,
31. 68. Sd. Bound with Messrs. Greorge Rolle and Charles
Danvers. 1 Feb. Mr. Edward Boys to the chamber of

Messrs. Robert Ashley and Walter Newburgh on the decease
of the latter ; fine, 4tl. 9 Feb. Mr. William, son and heir
of Robert Tyas of London, gent, generally; fine, 50s. Bound
with Messrs. Henry Elsinge and Abraham Browne. Mr.
Edward Harris to the chamber of Messrs. John Carvile and
George Chute in place of the latter ; fine, 20s. Mr. Richard



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1599] Minutes of Pabuament. 891

Foxton to the chamber of Messrs. Christopher Greorge and
Robert Greorge m place of the former ; line, 3/. Mr. John
Culpeper, a Master of the Bench, to the chamber of himself
and Thomas Culpeper to Thomas' part, in expectancy ; fine,
53s. 4rf. Mr. William Mackreth to the lower part of the

house of Margaret Dashe, deceased, with John Wilson, late
Steward, in place of Barnard Millington ; fine, only 20^., as the
chamber is ruinous and they will repair it.

At a Parliament holden 9 Feb., 41 Eliz., 1598.

Mr. Daston was chosen Assistant to Mr. Snigge, Reader for
next Lent.

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

Messrs. Harvey, Cason, Southland, and Osborne are ap-
pointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Thomas Pagytt, esq., was chosen Treasurer, but Mr. Boys,
now Treasurer, will remain in office till the next Parliament, in
Easter term.

Messrs. Dale and Cavel are appointed auditors of Boys'
account.

None called to the degree of the Utter Bar by a Reader
shall have confirmation by Parliament but conditionally, so
as they shall moot both their assignments in proper person in
their antiquities according to the ancient order and usage of
the House, and not to be excused by absence out of commons
or out of town. They will be assigned in antiquity without
regarding their absence, except with excuse allowed by the
Masters of the Bench before assignment. Any making de-
fault shall not be allowed or reputed as Utter Barristers.
Those called to the Utter Bar since the late orders set down
by the Judges in Hilary term, 36 Eliz., shall likewise in proper
person do their exercises on pain of ** disgradinge " or a fine.
None shall hereafter be called to the Bar but such as usually
keep the case in the Hall. English,

The following vacationers are fined 205. each for absence
and being out of commons at Christmas, 1598: — Messrs.
Mercer, Kyghley, Sparke, Ed. Latton, Hardey, J. Blomer,
Lenche, A. Pygott, Southlande, A. Napper, E. Morgan, R.
Rowse, Edgcofmbe, Sandforde, Rowe, J. Freeman, Thorpe^



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Manningham, Dyrdo, H. Dyllon, R Phillipps, Snellinge,
Freeston, Townley, A. BrowDe, A. Chatnpemowne, Wighte.

Admissions: — 25 Feb. Mr. Robert, second son of Robert
Lougher, late of Tymby, Pembrokeshire, esq., deceased, gene-
rally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messra Fleettwood Dormer and
Henry Williama Mr. Nicolas Barrett, late of Lyons Inne,
gent., third son of John Barrett, late of Tregaren, Cornwall,
esq., deceased, generally; fine, 50s. Bound with Messrs. Hugh
Boscawne and Arthur Champemowne. 1 March. Henry

Somersett lord Harbet, son and heir-apparent of Edward
earl of Worcester, specially, by assent of Mr. Snigge, Reader,
and other Masters of the Bench. Thomas Barkley, esq., son
and heir-apparent of Henry lord Barkley, specially, by assent
of Mr. Snigge, etc. Charles Danvers, knt., specially, by assent
of Mr. Snigge, etc. 6 March. Mr. William, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Hooe of Hooe, Herts, esq., specially ; fine,
5/., paid to the Reader. Bound with Messrs. Richard Reade and
William Pemberton. Mr. Marcellus Ryvers to the chamber

of Messrs. John Stone, John Smythe, and Heblethwayte in
place of Smythe ; fine, 20s. 8 March. Mr. Robert, son and
heir of Robert Tanfeild, late of the Middle Temple, esq.,
deceased, to the chamber of Mr. Francis Tate and his father
in his father's place ; no fine, by order of Parliament, 28 Nov.,
24 Eliz. 8 March. Mr. John Grover, late of New Inn,
gent, second son of John Grover of Norton, Leicestershire,
gent,, deceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messra
William Dalbye and Michael Biddulphe. (Marginal note:
Venit in com. 12 die Sept., anno 1600.) Mr. William Dalbye,
late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent of John Dalbye
of Melcombe, Oxon., gent, generally ; fine, 205. Bound with
Messra Nicolas Overbury and Austin Nyccolls. (Marginal
note: Venit in com. 10 die Februarii, anno 1599.) Mr.

Edward Cornwall, late of New Inn, gent, third son of Thomas
Cornwall of Burford, Shropshire, esq., generally; fine, 20s.
Bound with Messrs. Henry Williams and Robert Harley.
(Marginal note: Venit in com.. 12 die Octobris, anno 1600.)
Mr. John Stratford, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir-
apparent of Ferdinand Stratford of Walford, Herefordshire,
gent, generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. James Wal-
wjm, Walter Pye, Thomas Pagytt, the Treasurer, and other
Masters of the Bench. (Marginal note: Venit in com. 20 die



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/unii, anno jrredicto, 1599.) Mr. Francis Lyll, late of New
Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent of Richard Lyll of Marcle
Magna, Herefordshire, gent, generally; fine, 20^. Bound with
Messrs. Robert Fulnetby and Walter Pye. (Marginal note:
Venit in com. 15 die Junii.anno predicto and non antea, 1599.)
Mr. Thomas Strete, late of New Inn, gent, third son of Nicolas
Strete of Bridgwater, gent, generally ; fine, 205. Bound with
his father and Greorge Hooper. (Marginal note : Venit in com.
4 die Octobris, anno predicto, 1598.) Mr. John Crowe alim
Mountague, late of New Inn, gent, son and heir of Mark
Crowe aiias Mountague, late of Mereden, Warwickshire, gent.,
deceased. Mr. Robert Tanfeilde, late of New Inn, gent, son
and heir of Robert Tanfeilde, late of Northampton, esq., de-
ceased, generally; fine, 20& (Marginal note: Venit in com.,
28 Maii, 1603.) 17 March, 1598. Mr. Francis Bo wme to

the chamber of Messrs. Francis Ashley and Walter Moyle in
place of the latter, in expectancy; fine, 33s. 4rf. 27 April,
1599. Mr. William Williams, late of New Inn, gent, son and
heir-apparent of Jenkin Williams of Cadoxston, Glamorgan-
shire, gent, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Williams and John Vaughan. 28 April Mr. Thomas,

son and heir of John Menfeilde, late of Whitstable, Kent,
gent, deceased, specially; fine, 50s. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Streynsham and Edward Boys. 1 May. Mr. Cavell,
a Master of the Bench, to the chamber of Mr. Stampe, lately
dead ; fine, 6/. 13s. ^d. Messrs. William Tyas and Abraham
Browne to Mr. Cavell's chamber, built by him, by his assign-
ment; no fine, by order of Parliament. 17 May, 19 Eliz.
Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent of James Orenge of
Marston Bigott, Somerset, esq., a Master of the Utter Bar of
this Inn, specially ; fine, only 40s., at the instance of Mr. Dale,
a Master of the Bench. Bound with his father and Thomas
Kedgwyn. 6 May. Mr. Greorge, son and heir-apparent of
William Colston of Bristol, gent, specially ; fine, 41. Bound
with Messrs. Thomas Kedgwyn and William Vawer. 6. May.

Mr. Humfrey Monck to the chamber of Messrs. James Welshe
and John Harbye in place of the latter; fine, 33s. 4<f.
1 May. Mr. John Danyell to the chamber of Messrs. Robert
Davies and John Thorowgood on the death of the latter;
fine, 51. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Thomas
Fowler of Islington, Middlesex, esq., specially ; fine, 41. Bound



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with Messrs. Thomas Hendley and William Wilford. 1 5 May,
Mr. Christopher Baker of George Henton, Somerset, gent.,
specially; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. Richard Symondes
and Paul Dewse. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of

Bartholomew Man, esq., a Master of the Bench, to the chamber of
his father and John Ryves in place of the latter, because Mr. Man
obtamed for his brother, William Ryves, Mr. Timothy Johnson's
chamber on his death ; no fine. 16 May. Mr. Roger Horton to
the chamber of Bartholomew Man, a Master of the Bench, and
his son, John, in expectancy; fine, 20«. Mr. George Snel-
linge to the chamber of Messrs. John Whetley and Thomas
Whetley on the death of the latter; fine, 4/. 17 May.

Mr. Christopher Sybthorpe, sen., to Mr. Brigges' part of three
new chambers built by Messrs. Brigges, Harris, and Courte
upon the walls of the chamber between the chambers of
Messrs. Ashe, Reade, and Bowerman, according to an order of
Parliament of 27 Nov., 18 Eliz.; fine, 20s. Mr. Thomas,
second son of Roger Asheforde of Ashford, Devon, esq.,
specially ; fine, 4/. Boimd with Messrs. Henry Asheforde and
Thomas Warre. Mr. Henry Tokefeilde to the chamber

lately belonging to Mr. Shurley, a Master of the Bench, and
Mr. George Shurley, in place of the former on his retirement ;
fine, 4/. Mr. Thomas Flettwood to the chamber of Messrs.
George Malett and John Culpeper, jun., in place of the latter ;
fine, 20s. Mr. Edmimd Dowbledaye to the chamber of
Messrs. William Cuttes and Thomas Lewyn on the death of the
latter; fine, 30& 17 May. Mr. Ralf Grove of Canterbury,

gent., specially ; no fine, because he was the Treasurer's clerk.
Bound with Messrs. Roger Horton and Edward Boys. Also
to the chamber of Mr. John Danyell in his absence, and to the
chamber of Messrs. Robert Davies and John Danyell, in
expectancy; fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 18 May, 41 Eliz.

Mr. Morgan was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

Mr. Overbury is fined 40^. for failing to stand at the
Cupboard at Mr. Snygge's reading last Lent. ^

The call of Mr. Edward Harris to the degree of the Utter
Bar by Mr. Snygge is approved, and the call of Mr. Robert
Drewe disallowed, because he has not performed his exercises
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1599] Minutes op Parliament. 895

Messrs. Edward Cookes and William Cely are called to the
degree of " le Utter Barr."

The following vacationers are fined 205. each for absence
and being out of commons last Lent during Mr. Snigge's
reading: — Utter Barristers: Messrs. Farewell, H. Reade,
Crooke, Wootton, Carvile, Dewse, Blunt, Walwyn, G. Younge,
C. Pygott, J. Boys, jun., W. Sammes. Inner Barristers:
Messrs. T. Kyghley, jun., Sparke, Ed. Latton, Hardey, A.
Napper, Ed. Morgan, R. Bowse, Ed. Edgcombe, Sandforde,
Rowe, J. Freman, A. Wake, Dyrdo, H. Dyllon, R. Phillippes,
Estmond, Saffyn.

Mr. Robert Bowyer shall not forfeit his chamber by reason
of his attendance upon the Lord High Treasurer.

Acts done during the Treasurership of
Thomas Pagytt, esq.

Admissions: — 21 May. Mr. Thomas, third son of John
Hippisley of Stony Eston, Somerset, esq., generally ; fine,
only 205., in remembrance of the benefits of John Hippisley,
his grandfather. Bound with his father and Thomas
Warre. 6 June. Mr. Arthur, fifth son of John Barton,

late of Brigdstock, Northants, gent., deceased, generally ; tine,
3Z. 6s. 8rf. Bound with Messra Andrew Jenour and Francis
Wrighte. 19 June. Mr. Robert, son and heir of Roger

Boswell, late of Wrangle, Lincolnshire, gent., deceased, gene-
rally ; fine, only 20s., at the instance of Mr. Johnson, a Master
of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. William TjrflFyn and Thomas
Brandston. 22 June. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent
of John Browne of Framton, Dorset, esq., specially; fiiie, hi.
Bound with Messrs. Henry Rolles and Richard Ryves.

At a Parliament holden 22 June, 41 Eliz.

Mr. Snygge was chosen Assistant to Mr. Morgan, Reader
for next Autumn.

Messrs. Overburye, Walrond, A. NyccoUes, and J. Delaber
are appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Cassey, Chamond, W. Pawlett, and Eliott are appointed
to provide the Reader's feast.

'Fines for not reading: Mr. Leigh, 5/.; Mr. Marvyn, 6/. 13. 4rf.;
Mr. James Clarke, 6/. 13s. 4rf. ; Mr. John Appleton, 5/.

Admissions: — 26 June. Mr. Edward CurU to the chamber
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latter ; fine, 10& 29 June. Mr. Roger, son and heir-apparent
of William Trender of Winterbornford, Wilts, gent, specially ;
fine, 51 Bound with Messrs. Thomas South and Francis
Hanbury. 12 Aug. Mr. Richard, third son of Thomas

Maimsell, late of Chicheley, Bucks, gent, deceased, specially ;
fine to Mr. Morgan, Reader, 5/. Bound with his brother, John,
and William Brodnax. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Edward
Wattes and John Maunsell, his brother, in place of the latter ;
fine, 20s. Mr. James Walrond to the chamber of Mr. John
Fell and Thomas Waters, a Butler of the House, in place of the
latter; fine, 20«. 12 Aug. Mr. Michael, son and heir-

apparent of Simon Biddulph of Elmehurst, Staffordshire, gent,
generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs. Ralf Flyer and
William Swalman. Also to the chamber of Messrs. John
Warner and Ralf Flyer in place of the latter, in expectancy ;
fine, 20s. 16 Aug. Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent of

Francis Morgan, esq., a Master of the Bench, to the chamber
of his father and Thomas Andrewe in expectancy of his father ;
fine, 10s. 16 Oct Mr. Thomas Menfeilde to the chamber

of Messrs. John Sweete and Edward Curll in place of the
former; fine, 40s. 20 Oct Mr. Simon Harburne to the

chamber of Messra Christopher Crowe, sen. and jun., in
expectancy; fine, 20s. 24 Oct Mr. Robert, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Harley of Brampton Castell, Hereford-
shire, esq., specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Williams and John Hoskyns. Mr. George, second son of
Richard Estmond of Fif hed Magdalin, Dorset, gent, generally ;
fine, 3Z. Bound with Messrs. William Grove and John
Dackombe. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Giles Phelpes
and Richard Estmond, his brother, in expectancy of the latter ;
fine, 5/. 24 Oct Mr. Christopher Jones of New Inn, gent,

son and heir-apparent of William Jones of Wraxall, Somerset,
gent, generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messra John Hoskines
and Edward Force. (Marginal note: Venit in cottl 25 die
Octdb., 1601.)

At a Parliament holden 26 OctM 41 Eliz., 1599.

Mr. Mann was chosen Reader for next Lent, and Mr. Nicolas
Overburye for next Autumn.

Mr. Austin NyccoUes is fined 40s. for failing to stand at
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1599] Minutes of Parliament. 397

The calls of Messrs. William Swalman and Humfrey Colles
to the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Morgan during his
reading, are confirmed.

Mr. Tobias Ghippingdale was called to the degree of the
Utter Bar.

The following vacationers are fined 20^. each for absence
and being out of commons during Mr. Morgan's reading : —
Utter Barristers : Messrs. Farewell, H. Reade, Crooke, C. Pygott,
Wotton, Carvile, J. Boys, jun., Kyrton, Tokefeilde, G. Shurley,
Pye, Dewse, H. Martyn, F. Bowrne, Blunte, Evelegh, G. BoUe,
Jo. Tynte, W. Sammes, G. Younge, Ed. Cookes, Celey. Inner
Barristers: Messrs. A. Pigott, J. Seyntaubjni, T. Sejmtaubjm,
Sowthland, Ed. Morgan, R. Rowse, Ed. Edgcombe, Sandford^
Rowe, Jo. Freman, Ireland, R. Pollarde, R. Phillippes, Pem-
berton, Estmond, Alden, Townley, W. Walrond, A. Champer-
nowne, Tyas.

Admissions: — 2 Nov., 1599. Mr. Robert, son and heir of
John Playdell, late of Westcott, Berks, esq., deceased, specially ;
fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. Andrew Blunden and Thomas
Barker. Mr. John, son and heir of Edmund Cowper, late of
Dunston, Staffordshire, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 3/*
Bound with Messrs. Ralf Flyer and Edward Manneringe.
10 Nov. Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent of Edward Boys
of Frevill, Kent, esq., specially ; fine, only 40s., because he is
nephew of Mr. John Boys, a Master of the Bench. Bound with
Messrs. Edward Boys, sen., and Nicolas Parker. 12 Nov.

Mr. Peter, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Godfrey of Lydd,
Kent, gent, specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with William Plummer
and John Hooper. 13 Nov. Mr. Ralf Astrey of Maiden,

Beds, and late of Staple Inne, gent., second son of Ralf
Astrey, late of Harlington, Beds, esq., deceased, specially;
fine, 3Z. Bound with Messrs. Oliver Style and Edmund
Ferrers. 16 Nov. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of

Thomas Savage of Nobery, Worcestershire, gent., specially;
fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. John Savage, sen., and Thomas
Savage. Mr. Emanuel, son and heir- apparent of John
Davye of Sandford, Devon, gent, specially ; fine, only 3/. 6& 8rf.,
at the instance of William Periam, Chief Baron of the Ex-
chequer. 19 Nov. Mr. Emanuel Davye to the chamber of
Messrs. William Tyas and Abraham Browne on the death
of the latter; fine, 5/. 23 Nov. Mr. (Jeoffirey, son and



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heir of John Burdon, late of Staunton Barnard, Wilts,
gent, deceased, specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messr&
Robert Drewe and Sefton Jones. Mr. Robert Jacobb, by
assignment of John Marston, esq., a Master of the Bench,
deceased, dated 10 May, 39 Eliz., to half a chamber lately
built by Marston over the chamber of Messrs. Wrighttington
and Wilford, and to the study and bedchamber on the north
side of the said chamber ; no fine, because by ParUament of
17 May, 19 Eliz., Marston has power to assign it Mr.
Christopher Freman to the chamber of Messrs. Richard
Mouldsworth and John Paynter in place of the former, who
forfeited it by discontinuance; fine, only 405., because he paid
Mouldsworth's arrears for commons. Mr. Charles Chute to
the chamber of Messrs. Henry Savile and Thomas Lewes in
place of the latter; fine, 3/. Mr. Payn, only son of Robert
Chabnor of Swaffam Markett, Norfolk, esq., generally, but not
to incur any burdens till he comes into commons, and then he
will keep his vacations; fine, only 20^., because his father is
the Treasurer's friend.



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