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At a Parliament holden 23 Nov., 42 Eliz., 1599.

The feast of Christmas shall be solemnly, not grandly
celebrated. Commons shall be continued till next term. A
cartload of coals and 40s. for the salary of the minstrels shall
be allowed to those who remain, and 5/. as a favour.

Mr. Antony Luther is fined for not reading 6/. 13s. 4rf,
Paid, 51.

No one shall be admitted in expectancy or reversion to
any chamber but by Parliament. English.

If Messrs. Edmund Marvyn and James Clarke do not pay
their fines of twenty nobles for not reading before Candlemas
day, their fines shall be doubled. English.

Mr. Keele and Mr. Bugges shall not be received into
commons until they have put in new bonds and sureties, and
if their new sureties pay their commons and other duties now
due, they shall not be further charged or sued. English.

Whereas Mr. Toby Chippingdale and Mr. John Tynte, on
14 Nov., 1595, were jointly admitted for a fine of 50Z. by
Mr. Sandis, then Treasurer, to an upper chamber and garret
next except one to the Bencher's Walk in the Middle Temple
Garden in the New Buildings, and since then a contention was



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likely to ensue between theni by reason of a study set up by
Mr, Tynte without Mr. Chippingdale's consent, it was ordered
on 9 Aug., 1599, by Mr. Morgan, Reader, and other Masters
of the Bench, that Mr. Chippingdale shall pay to Mr. Tynte
twenty marks before AUhallow tide ; and in consideration that
Mr. Chippingdale has given up all his interest in the said
garret, and Mr. Tynte all his interest in the said chamber,
Mr. Chippingdale shall have the whole use of the chamber
next which his study is, in private, to dispose of at his
pleasure, without any claim by Mr. Tynte, and Mr. Tynte shall
have the garret wholly to himself; and the wainscot placed
in the lower chamber by Mr. Tynte shall be removed on
payment of the said twenty marks, which has been paid.
The said order is confirmed. Unglish.

Messrs. Austin NyccoUes, John Delaber, and John
Danyell were put out of commons and fined 20s. each for
refusing to pay 3& 4d. each for their absence from last Parlia*
ment, and for not coming to the Masters of the Bench at the
Bench table when sent for. Now that they have paid their
fines and submitted themselves, Mr. Danyell shall have 20s.
returned, and the others 16s. 8d. English.

Messrs. Boys, Pagytt, Shurley, and Mann are appointed to
confer with four Benchers of the Inner Temple on Sunday
next immediately after the sermon, about a letter lately sent
to the Houses from my Lord of Canterbury concerning the
Master of the Templa English,

End of the Parliament.

Admissions : — Mr. Haule, one of the Masters of the Bench, to
the chamber of Mr. Marston, a Master of the Bench, deceased,
and Mr. Richard Deeringe with him, who pays no fine,
because he surrendered his interest in Mr. Haulers chamber.
Mr. John, son and heir of John Marston, esq., a Master of
the Bench, deceased, to the chamber of Messrs. Haule and
John Osborne in Mr. Tusser s buildings in place of Mr. Haule ;
no fine, because he surrendered his interest in his fathers
chamber. Mr. Isaac Johnson to the chamber of his father,
Richard Johnson, esq., one of the Masters of the Bench ; and
if his father die and another Bencher take the same chamber,
he shall be admitted to the chamber, or a part thereof, whence
that Bencher cometh, and to have the antiquity in the said
chamber, unless he be previously placed in some con-



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Yenient chamber without a fine. His admission of 24 Oct.,
37 Eliz., to his father's then chamber is revoked and granted
to Mr. Richard Deeringe. JEnglish, 30 Nov. Mr. Thomas

Symcockes, by assignment of Edward Hexte by letters
to William Gybbes, esq., Michaelmas, 1599, to a chamber
on the west side of Mr. Gybbes' building now in the
tenure of Mr. William Hodges, for life; and he shall retain
his interest in his own chamber; fine, 20^. (See 14 May,
20 Eliz., p. 221.) Mr. (Jeorge Salteme, at the instance
of Mr. Snygge, a Master of the Bench, to the chamber of
Messrs. Edmimd Temple and Edward Tumor on forfeiture
by the former for discontinuance. (Struck out, and note:
vaccU,) 20 Dec. Mr. Jasper Baker to the chamber of
Messrs. George Malett and Thomas Fletwood in place of the
latter; fine, 20s. 4 Jan. Mr. Richard, son and heir-

apparent of Antony NyccoUes of Paddington, Middlesex, esq.,
specially ; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. James Walronde and
John Harborne. 29 Jan. Mr. George, son and heir-

apparent of Roger Sydenham of Skilgate, Somerset, gent., gene-
rally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. John Saffyn and Thomas
Ashforde. Mr. John, second son of the same Roger
Sydenham, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with the same.
1 Feb. Mr. Francis, son and heir of Francis Leeke of Sutton
in le Dale, Derbyshire, esq., specially ; fine, 5Z. Bound with
Messrs. Thomas Symcockes and John Carvile. 6 Feb.
Mr. John Adye, late of Staple Inne, gent, son and heir of
John Adye of Duddington, Kent, gent, generally; fine, 30s.
Bound with Messrs. John Adye, sen., and John Fell Mr.
William Becke to the chamber of Messrs. Clement Pigott
and Simon Wiseman in place of the latter, who forfeited by
discontinuance; fine, 40s. 8 Feb. Mr. Sidney Moimtague

to the chamber of Messrs. Fletewood Dormer and John
Harrington in place of the latter ; fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 8 Feb., 42 Eliz.

Mr. Francis Morgan was chosen Assistant to Mr. Mann,
Reader for Lent.

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

Messrs. W. Martyn, Ro. Smythe, Harborne, and Godfrey
are appointed to provide the Reader's feast.



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1600] Minutes of Parliament. 401

Richard Johnson, esq., was chosen Treasurer, but Mr.
Pagytt shall continue till the next Parliament in Easter term,
so as to account for the whole term. Mr. Johnson shall have
a voice in Parliament, as his predecessors have had.

Mr. Nicolas, second son of James KardyflF of Dunsinck,
CO. Dublin, gent., is called to the degree of the Utter Bar, to
practise in Ireland, at the instance of Robert Napper, knt..
Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland.

Robert Tanfield, who was admitted into the chamber of
Mr. Francis Tate in place of Robert Tanfield, late of the
Middle Temple, esq., deceased, shall have the said chamber
without forfeiture for not being in commons, until he has
completed his nineteenth year.

Mr. Edmund Temple was readmitted to the chamber which
he forfeited by discontinuance, and to which Mr. George
Salteme was admitted at the instance of Mr. Snygge, a
Master of the Bench, with Mr. Edward Turner. Mr. Salteme
shall remain there until another chamber for him falls vacant.

Mr. John Marston was readmitted to the chamber to which his
fathej: was lately admitted with Mr. Haule. Mr. Richard Deering
was readmitted to Mr. Haule's late chamber with Mr. Osborne.

Mr. James Clarke shall have 33^. 4^. of his fine of 61. 13s. 4:d.
for not reading, redelivered to him. Englif^L

Mr. Martyn shall only pay 31. 6s. 8rf. of his fine of 6/. ISs. 4rf.
for not reading, in consequence of the weakness of his body
and his great charge. English.

Mr. Luther shall pay his fine of U. \3s. 4rf. for not reading,
before the end of this term, without any abatement. English.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons at Christmas: — Messrs. Jo.
Freeman, G. Thorpe, Ireland, Mannyngham, R. Pollarde,
Dyrdo, H. Dyllon, W. Freston, R. Estmond, Alden, Townley,
W. Walrond, G. Farewell, A. Champemowne, Wighte, R.
Lougher, W. Williams of Cadaxston, T. Hippisley, Biddulphe*

Admissions : — Mr. Thomas Maye to the chamber of Messrs.
James Whitlock and Humfrey Maye, his brother, in expect-
ancy of the latter; fine, 40s. 9 Feb. Mr. William, son
and heir of William Yoimge of Baseldon, Berks, esq., deceased,
specially; fine, 41. Boimd with Messrs. Thomas Barker and
Robert Playdell. 13 Feb. Mr. John Baker of New Inn,
gent., son and heir-apparent of Francis Baker of Hillcourt, in

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the parish of Grafton Flyford, Worcestershire, gent., generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Ashford and William
Dalbye. (Note: Venit in com. 18 die Feb,, anno 1600.)
14 Feb. Robert Chester of Royston, Herts, esq., specially;
fine, only 20s., at the mstance of Mr. Shurley, a Master of the
Bench. Bound with Messrs. George Shurley and Francis
CljTve. Also to the chamber of Messrs. George Shurley and
Henry Tokefeilde, esq., in place of the latter ; fine, only 20s.,
at the instance of Mr. Shurley of the Bench. Mr. George
Vaux to the chamber of Messrs. Antony Washbome and
Thomas Straungwaies in place of the latter; fine, 40s.
16 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of John Rumney
of Maidston, Kent, gent, generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with
Messrs. William Mewe and Thomas Shawe. Mr. John,
second son of John Whetley of Tarring, Sussex, gent., deceased,
generally ; fine, ZL 6s. 8rf. Bound with Messrs. John Whetley,
sen., and Richard Lydall. 25 Feb. Mr. Edward, son and

heir-apparent of Abraham Browne of Winchester, Hants, gent.,
generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Robert Bowyer and
Henry Elsmg. 27 Feb. Mr. WilUam Coppley to the

ohamber of Mr. John Wilson, late Steward, and Mr. William
Mackreth, in place of the former ; fine, only 10s., because the
chamber is ruinous. 14 April, 1600. Mr. John, son and

heir-apparent of Edward Rowse of Rowselench, Worcestershire,
esq., specially ; fine to Mr. Man, late Reader, 5/. Bound with
Messrs. William Coppley and Thomas BedelL 16 April.

Mr. Robert, only son of Francis Lovett, late of Lyscomb, Bucks,
esq., deceased, specially ; fine, only 40s., at the instance of Mr.
Morgan, a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Francis
Morgan, jun., and George Kinesman. Mr. Brian, son and
heir-apparent of William Cave of Coventry, esq., specially;
fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. Francis Tate and Eusebius Cave.
Mr. Peter, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Roos of Laxston,
Notts, esq., specially ; fine, only 20s., at the instance of Mr.
Roos, a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messra Brian
Browghton and Edward Manneringe. 22 April. Mr. Peter,
fifth son of Thomas Ridge waye of Torr, Devon, esq., deceased,
specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. James Welshe and John
Peter. 24 April. Mr. Laurence, only son of Henry ClLfton
of Guyldford, Surrey, gent., specially; fine, only 405., at the
instance of Richard Lewknor, knt. Bound with Messrs.



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Thomas Shawe and Richard Marche. Mr. Francis Joyner,
by assignment of Mary Marston, widow and executrix of
the will of John Marston, late of the Middle Temple, esq.,
deceased, dated 18 April, to half the chamber lately built by
Marston over the chamber of Messrs. Wrighttington and
Wilford, with Mr. Robert Jacobb, and to the study and bed-
chamber on the south side of the said chamber alone; no
fine, because by Parliament of 17 May, 19 Eliz., the chamber
can be assigned within six months of Marston's death without a
fine. 25 April Mr. Nicolas, tlurd son of Edward Marriott

of Church Brampton, Northants, specially ; no fine, because he
is and has long been the Treasurer's clerk. 29 April Mr.

Edward Tynte to the chamber of Messrs. John Woodd and
William Whitmoore in place of the latter; fine, 205. Mr,

Michael Vivian to the chamber of Messrs. Alexander Maynard
and Thomas Austen in place of the latter ; fine, 40s.
29 April. Mr. James, son and heir-apparent of Thomas
Pagitt, esq., Treasurer, to the chamber of his father and
George Driden in place of the latter; no fine, because his
father has spent much in building in the chamber. Mr.
John, son and heir-apparent of Robert Harbin of Gillingham,
Dorset, gent., specially; fine, 41. Bound with Messrs. Giles
Phelpes and Richard Estmond. Also to the chamber of
Messrs. Giles Phelpes and Richard Estmond in place of the
former ; fine, 40s. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
Thomas Freke of Iweme Courtney, Dorset, esq., specially;
fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. William Grove and John
Dackombe. Also to the chamber of his father and John
Dackombe in place of his father and Robert* and William
Freke; fine, 20s. 30 April Mr. Rowley, son and heir of

Thomas Warde of Barford, Warwickshire, gent., generally;
fine, only 20s., at the instance of Mr. Harbome. Boimd with
Messrs. John Burgoyne and Thomas Greene. 1 May. Mr,

William Burdett to the chamber of Messrs. George Malett and
Jasper Baker in place of the former; fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 2 May, 42 Eliz.

Mr. Overburye was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The calls of Messrs. John Chapman and John Hoskins to
the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Man during his reading,
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Messrs. Thomas Forde, William Rjrves, and William Vernon
were caUed to the degree of the Utter Bar.

Mr. Boys and Mr. Gybbes are appointed auditors of Mr.
Pagitt's account.

Neither Mr. Downe nor Mr. Bulmer shall be received into
commons before they have put in new bonds with other
sureties and discharged all debts. English.

If Mr. Henry Morice do not pay the commons due to John
Wilson, late Steward, by James Morice, his father, deceased,
or by John Morice, or any of James Morice's clerks, before
next Parliament, the Treasurer is to admit another into his
chamber and pay the commons. English.

Neither Mr. William Wattes nor Mr. John Philpott shall
come into commons before they have paid lOZ. a piece to
Thomas Sturgis, tailor, towards the masking apparel. English.

John Wilson, late Steward, has made petition for
49/. 12s. 8rf. due by divers gentlemen upon his rolls. He
shall deliver up hLs rolls, and 30/. be paid unto him in full
satisfaction. English.

Mr. Baron Savile has desired the Treasurer and Masters of
the Bench that his eldest son, Mr. Henry Savile, might have
licence to retain his chamber without forfeiture for not being
in commons or default of payment of pensions for two years,
during which time he means him to attend Sir Henry Nevell,
the ambassador in France; that his second son, John, might
be freely admitted specially and be spared all charges and
payments until he come himself and be bound with sureties,
and then come into commons; that John may be admitted
expectant into his brother's chamber; and that meanwhile
such of the Hoyse may abide there as the Treasurer will
appoint. The petition is granted considering Baron Savile's great
favours to the House, and the Treasurer is advised to appoint
to lie in Mr. Savile's place some student who keeps commons
and resorts to the Church at times of prayer. English,

The following vacationers are each fined 20s. for absence
and being out of commons at Lent during Mr. Man's reading :
— Utter Barristers: Messrs. Tokefeilde, G. Shurley, Walwyn,
G. Younge. Inner Barristers: Messrs. R. PoUarde, Dyrdo,
R. Estmond, Alden, W. Walrond, G. Farewell, A. Champer-
nowne, Tyas, R. Lougher, T. Hippisley.

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of John Hall of Willesburgh, Kent, gent., generally ; fine, 405.
Bound with Messrs. John Osborne and Richard Deeringe.
3 May. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of John Hugge-
ford of Cattesladd, Gloucestershire, esq., generally; fine, 40«.
Bound with Messrs. John Delaber and Alexander Rudhall.
10 May. Mr. John, third son of Richard Lygon, late of
Beaucham Court, Worcestershire, esq., deceased, generally;
fine, 3L Bound with Messrs. Henry Norwood and William
Huggeford.

Acts done in the time of Richard Johnson, esq.,
Treasurer.

Admissions: — 25 May. Mr. William, second son of William
Bowghton of Lyttle Lawford, Warwickshire, esq., deceased,
generally ; fine, 405. Bound with Messrs. Richard Bowghton
and Simon Harbome. 31 May. Mr. Francis, third son

of Edward Keat of Est Locking, Berks, gent., generally ; fine,
3Z. Bound with Messrs. Andrew Blunden and Charles
Best. 1 Jime. Mr. Andrew Jenour to the chamber of
Messrs. Tyffyn, a Master of the Bench, and Kellam Jenour,
brother of the said Andrew ; fine, 5/. 4 June. Mr. Henry,
son Mid heir-apparent of Henry Mordant of Thunderley, Essex,
esq., generally; fine, 20s. Bound with his father and Alex-
ander Hamond. Also to the chamber of his father and Mr.
George Younge in place of the latter ; fine, 40s. 4 June.
Mr. George Salterne by the Treasurer to the chamber of
Messrs. Richard Bowghton and John Ewens in place of the
latter, who has not paid his commons, neglected his studies,
and allowed persons to remain in the chamber late at night,
disturbing his neighbours ; fine, 4/., whereof from Mr. Temple,
31. 6s. 8d. Salterne also paid for Ewen's commons 29s. 7rf.,
and 13s. 4rf. for his pensions. (See pp. 337, 401.) Mr.
Robert, second son of Mr. Robert Weevell of Aldington, Kent,
gent., generally; fine, 53s. 4d. Bound with Messrs. William
Brodnax and Thomas Streynsham. 5 June. Mr. William,

son and heir of William Ansham alias Agmondesham, late of
Heston, Middlesex, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 40s. Bound
with Messrs. George Wrighttington and Richard Wrothe.

At a Parliament holden 6 June, 42 Eliz.

Mr. Man was chosen Assistant to Mr. Overbury, Reader for
next Autumn.



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

Messrs. Jo. Strode, Sayer, Leek, and Harley are appointed
to provide the Reader's feaat.

Mr. Salterne's admission to Mr. Ewen's chamber is confirmed.

Admissions : — Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Nicolas
Overbury, esq., to the chamber of his father and Mr. John
Ashcombe in expectancy of the former ; no fine, because his
father is a Master of the Bench. John, son and heir-

apparent of John Harbome, late Chief Butler and now fellow,
specially ; gratis ; and also to the small chamber built by his
father, without forfeiture, except for non-payment of commons.
He shall not be put in commons except at his pleasure during
his father's life. Both father and son shall be free from all
contributions, except pensions. 30 July. Mr. Francis,

second son of Antony Nyccolles of Paddington, Middlesex,
esq., specially ; fine, only 4 05., at the instance of Mr. James
Walrond. Bound with Messrs. Richard Nyccolles, his brother,
and Thomas Ashford. 1 Aug. Mr. John, son and heir-

apparent of Humfrey Weld, citizen and alderman of London,
speciaUy; fine to Mr. Overbury e, Reader, 5/. Bound with
Messrs. John Weld, jun., and Richard Nyccolles. 2 Aug,
Mr. John, son and heir of John Weld, citizen and haber-
dasher of London, specially; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs.
John Weld, sen., and Richard Nyccolles. Mr. Edward, son
and heir-apparent of Robert HUl of Shilston, Devon, esq.,
specially; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. Edward Harris and
Peter Ridgwaye. Mr. Robert, son and heir of Richard

Thorpe, citizen and vintner of London, deceased, specially;
fine, 5/. Bound with Mr. Henry Sterrell. 14 Aug. Thomas

Windsor, esq., son and heir-apparent of Henry lord Windsor,
specially, by assent of Mr. Overbury, Reader, and other Masters
of the Bench. William Goddard, esq.. Keeper of the Court
of Star Chamber and Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer,
specially, by assent of Mr. Overbury and other Masters of the
Bench. 1 1 Oct. Mr. Arthur, second son of Antony Tiringham
of Tiringham, Bucks, esq., specially ; fine, 4Z. Bound with his
father and Flett woodd Dormer. 1 1 Oct. Mr. Thomas Fowler
to the chamber of Messrs. John Boys, jun., and Thomas Hendley
in place of the latter; fine, 205. 12 Oct. Mr. Henry, son

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parish, grocer, generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs.
Francis Morgan, jun., and Henry Sandis. 16 Oct Mr.

Nicolas, son and heir of Henry Hayes of Bensted, Hants, gent.,
deceased, generally; fine, 53s. id. Bound with Messrs*
Marcellus Ryvers and Gilbert Searle. 18 Oct. Mr. Henry,

son and heir-apparent of Thomas Forde of Ilsington, Devon,
esq., specially; fine, only 405., at the instance of John Popham,
knt, Chief Justice of England. Bound with Messrs. George
Hooper and Thomas Forde. 20 Oct Mr. Richard, son
and heir of Humfrey Blunden of Librynorth, Shropshire, gent,
deceased, generally; fine, only SOs., at the instance of Mr.
Andrew Blunden. Bound with Messrs. Andrew Blimden and
Charles Best. Mr. Richard Marche to the chamber of

Messrs. Richard Weston and John Williams in place of the
former; fine, 40s. 24 Oct. Mr. Henry, son and heir-

apparent of Henry Vinar of Staffbrtons Week, Wilts, gent,
generally; fine, 31. Bound with his father and John Lowe.
Mr. Edward Force to the chamber of Messra John Stone,
Thomas Heblethwayte, and Marcellus Ryvers in place of the
first; fine, 20s.

At a Parliament holden 24 Oct., 42 Ellz.

Mr. Cavell was chosen Reader for next Lent.

Mr. Walrond was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The calls of Messrs. John- Ashcombe and James Whitlocke
to the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Overbury during his
reading, are confirmed.

Messrs. Snagge, Rudyerd, S. Jones, G. Hooper, Sterrell, and
Best are called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

The order of Parliament 28 May, 26 Eliz., that the Cup-
board Keepers at reading times shall appoint no deputies
without sui&cient excuse, is confirmed; and it is further
ordered that absent Cupboard Keepers shall pay a fine of
40s. as has been accustomed, and that the Reader has no
power to accept deputies. English.

At the request of Mr. Shurley, a Master of the Bench, Mr.
Thomas, second son of Thomas Palmer of Angmering, Sussex,
is restored to this House and Fellowship and his antiquity,
so as he pay the pensions and duties unpaid by him. Engli^.

Gentlemen either of the Bar or under the Bar who have no
bonds in the House, or whose sureties are dead, shall put in



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new bonds with sureties before they shall be received into
commons. English.

The following vacationers are fined 20^. each for absence
and being out of commons during Mr. Overbury's reading,
viz. : — Utter Barristers : Messrs. W. Grove, Pye, Dewse,
H. Martyn, F. Bowrne, Blunte, Evelegh, Jo. Tynte, W.
Sammes, Walwyn, N. Hide, G. Younge, Ed. Cookes, Celey,
Coles, Chippingdale, Chapman, Hoskines, Forde, Kardyff.
Inner Barristers : Messrs. T. Strete, W. Walrond, A. Champer-
nowne, R. Lough er, Byddulph, Mordant, jim.

Admismns: — 24 Oct. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of
George Snygg, esq., a Master of the Bench, specially ; no fine,
at his father's request Also to his father's chamber ; no fine,
because his father has spent much in building in the chamber.
26 Oct. Mr. Walter, son and heir-apparent of John Younge
of Culliton, Devon, esq., specially; fine, 4/. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Reynell and Richard BuUer. 29 Oct.

Mr. James Welshe of New Inn, gent., son and heir-apparent
of Robert Welshe of Waterford, Ireland, esq., generally ; fine,
20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Lynch and Richard Nyccolles.
(Marginal note: Venit in com, 2 die Atiffusti, 1601.) Mr.
John Dalamere of New Inn, gent, son and heir-apparent of
Richard Dalamere of Elsfeild, Worcestershire, esq., generally ;
fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Charles Beast and Richard
Blunden, jun. (Note: Venit in com. 5 die Junii, 1603).
1 Nov, Mr. Richard, son and heir of Humfrey Blimden
of Librinorth, Shropshire, gent, deceased, to the chamber
of Messrs. Andrew Blunden and Richard, his son, in place
of the latter; fine, 20s. Mr. Samuel, son and heir-apparent
of John Maunsell of Haversham, Bucks, gent., specially;
fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Clement Pygott and John
MaunselL 3 Nov. Mr. Richard, son and heir of Richard
Lybbe of Hardwick, Oxfordshire, esq., deceased, specially;
fine, 51. Bound with Messrs. Andrew Blunden and Charles
Best 4 Nov. Mr. Tristram, fourth son of Thomas

Homer of Cloverd, Somerset, esq., specially; no fine, at the
instance of John Popham, knt.. Chief Justice. Boimd with
Messrs. James Clarke and Richard Warre. 5 Nov. Mr.
Robert Fulnetbye to Mr. Francis Wythen's chamber in his
place; fine, 20^. 8 Nov. Mr. John, son and heir of John
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50s., at Mr. Swayne's request. Bound with Messra John
Dackombe and George Estmond. 16 Nov. Mr. Edward,



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