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towards one garden of the Middle Temple, to pleasure the
gentlemen of the House, for a rent to be agreed upon ; with
this proviso, that the chambers of the dwelling-house be let to
none but to gentlemen of the said Temple, and that all doors
and passages from the rest of the dwelling-house which lead
to the said chambers, be fast nailed close, as though the
chambers did not belong to the said dwelling-house. Unglish.

Admissions : — Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Humfrey



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Weld, citizen and alderman of London, to the chamber of
Messrs. John and Thomas Culpeper in expectancy of the
former; fine, 408. 12 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Fettiplace of Femeham, Berks, esq.,
specially; fine, 4Z. 10«. Bound with Messrs. William Coppley
and Henry Norwood. Also to the chamber of Messrs. John
Hoskyns and William Coppley in place of the latter ; fine, 10s.

13 Feb. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of William
Hodges of Ilchester, Somerset, gent., specially; fine, 4Z. 10s»
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Freke and William Freke*

14 Feb. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Cooper
of Arrundell, Sussex, gent., specially; fine, 3L 10s. Bound
with Messrs. Richard Edolphe and James Francklyn. 1 5 Feb*
Mr, George, second son of Henry Mordant, late of Massingham
Parva, Norfolk, esq., deceased, generally ; fine, 30s. Bound with
Messrs. John Adye, jun., and Thomas Raynoldes. 20 Feb.
Mr. Richard, second son of Richard Freston of Mendham, Suffolk^
esq., generally; fine, 20s., paid to the Reader. Bound with
Messrs. William Freston, his brother, and James Francklyn*
Mr. James Francklyn, late of Cliffordes Inne, gent, third son of
Arthur Francklyn, late of Wye, Kent, gent, deceased, generally;
fine, 53s. 4rf., paid to the Reader. Bound with Messrs. William
Brodnax and Richard Freston. 23 Feb. Thomas Moseley,
Under Cook, to the oflSce of Chief Cook in place of George
Bowlton, deceased. This admission was made by John
Shurley, Treasurer, with the assent of Henry Haule, esq., Reader,
Matthew Dale, Thomas Pagytt, Edward Phillippes, and James
Walrond, esqs. Thomas Taylor, servant of George Bowlton,
to the office of Under Cook. 27 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and
heir-apparent of Ralph Bressy of Escott, Warwickshire, gent,
specially; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. Timothy Wagstaff
and Rowley Warde. 1 March. Mr. Thomas Shurland to
the chamber of Messrs. Alban Pygott and Richard Chappell
in place of the latter; fine, 30s. 6 March. Mr. John,
son and heir-apparent of Thomas Isham of Lamport, Nor-
thants, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. James-
Pagytt and John Hooper. 13 April. Mr. Thomas, son
and heir-apparent of Stephen Lake, esq.. Master in Chancery,
specially ; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Edward Combes
and George Salteme. 20 April. Mr. John, son and heir-
apparent of Erasmus Dryden of Ashby, Northants, esq., specially ;



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fine, 4/. 10s. Bound with Messrs. Francis Morgan, jun., and
Robert Thorpe. 21 April. Mr. John, son and heir of
Humfrey Moore, late of Cullumpton, Devon, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, only 20s., at the request of Mr. Snygge, a
Master of the Bench. 23 April. Mr. John, son and heir
of Alexander Pym, late of Brymour, Somerset, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, only 20s., at the request of Mr. Gybbes, a
Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Francis Bowse
and William Whitaker. Mr. William, son and heir

of Henry Whitaker, late of Westbury, Wilts, gent., de-
ceased, specially; fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. John Pym
and Francis Rowse. 26 April Mr. Christopher, son and

heir-apparent of William Clarke of Ashton, Somerset, esq.,
specially; fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Christopher Jones
and William Hodges. 27 April Mr. Edward, son and

heir of Alexander Popham, late of Huntworth, Somerset, esq.,
deceased, specially; fine, only 40s., at the request of John
Popham, knt. Chief Justice of England. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas and Richard Warre. 30 April. Mr. John, son

and heir of Thomas Moodye, late of London, gent., deceased,
specially; fine, 4Z. 10s. Bound with Messrs. Henry Fisher
and John Pym. Mr. Edmund, third son of Edmund

Wiseman of Steventon, Berks, esq., generally ; fine, 31. Bound
with Messrs. Francis Keat and Samuel Maunsell. 3 May.

Richard Norton, esq., son and heir-apparent of Richard
Norton of Rotherfeild, Hants, knt., specially; fine, 31. 10s.
Bound with Edmund Marvjrn and John Warner, esqs.
4 May. Mr. Robert Calcott of Clementes Inne, gent., son
and heir of Henry Calcott of Brackley, Northants, gent.,
deceased, specially; fine, 40s. 9 May. Mr. William

Yoimge to the chamber of Messrs. Edward Blount and Henry
Courtney on the death of the latter; fine, 20s. 12 May.

Mr. Adam Bingham to the chamber of Thomas Waters, a
Butler of the House, and late the chamber of Mr. Walrond,
a Master of the Bench; fine, 13s. 4rf. Mr. Christopher,

son and heir-apparent of Walter Horton of Catton, Derbyshire,
esq., specially; fine, only 40s., at the request of Mr. Rosse,
a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Francis Morgan,
jun., and Peter Rosse, jun. 13 May. Mr. William

Freston to the garret now in his tenure above part of the
chamber of John Shurley, Treasurer ; no fine. Mr. Ralf, son



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and heir of Ranulf Brisco of Ryther, Yorks, gei^t., deceased,
specially ; no fine, because he has been for a long time clerk
of the Treasurer. Ralf Shelton, esq., to the chamber of
Messrs. Laurence Hide and Alexander Rudhall in place of
the latter, deceased ; fine, only 40^., at the instance of John
Popham, knt., Chief Justice of England. 14 May. Mr.

Thomas, son and heir of Thomas Leake of Hasland, Derby-
shire, esq., deceased, specially; fine, only 3/., at the request
of Mr. Rosse, a Master of the Bench.



At a Parliament holden 14 May, 44 Eliz.

Mr. Austin Nycoolles was chosen Reader for next
Autumn.

Mr. Snygge was chosen Treasurer.

Mr. Gybbes and Mr. Snygge are appointed auditors of the
account of John Shurley, Treasurer.

The calls of Messrs. Bonner, Osborne, W. Wattes, and
Ed. Wattes to the degree of the Utter Bar by Mr. Haule
during his reading, are confirmed.

Mr. Ed. Curll is called to the degree of the Utter Bar
at the request of William Periam, knt.. Chief Baron of the
Exchequer.

Mr. Freston's admission to his garret on May 13 is con-
firmed.

Mr. Richard Martyn is discharged of all pensions due by
him for 40^., now paid, as appears in the Pensioner's Roll.

Mr. Henry Blomer, who was ordered to be expelled by
a decree of the Star Chamber of 17 May, 40 Eliz., made
his submission, and was ordered to be restored on 10 Feb.,
44 Eliz. This is now done, but Mr. William Basterd, a
Master of the Upper Bar, to whom his chamber was granted,
shall retain it.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons during Mr. Ilaule's reading:
— Utter Barristers: Messrs. Ed. Harris, Ed. Cookes, Celey,
Chippingdale, Coles, Chapman, Hosk3ms, Forde, Ashcombe,
Snagge, Rudyerd, S. Jones, Force, S. Mountague, F. Dormer,
Marche. Inner Barristers: Messrs. Huggeforde, J. Lygon,
Ansham, H. Fisher, Hayes, Jolliff, Hesilrigg, W. Awbrey
de Brecknock, T. Cole, W. Canon, F. Rowse, G. Davies,



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1602] Minutes of Parliament. 423

Bownest, Amewood, T. Woodward, Grover, Comewayla, Ja.
Welshe, jim.

Admission: — 15 May, 1602. Mr. Henry Downe of New
Inn, gent., second son of Bartholomew Downe of Flampsted,
Herts, gent.

Acts done during the Treasurership of
George Snygge, esq.

Admissions : — 1 6 May. Mr. Bichard, son and heir-apparent
of Walter Savage of Brodewaye, Worcestershire, esq., specially ;
fine, only 40^., at the request of Mr. Daston, a Master of the
Bench. Also to the chamber of Messra Edward Tumor
and Edmund Temple in place of the latter; fine, 3/. 6«. 8d.
19 May. Mr. William Phillipps to the chamber of Messrs.
John Chapman and Thomas Wayte in place of the latter;
fine, 30s. 21 May. Mr. Thomas, second son of Francis
Foxley of Harringworth, Northants, esq., generally ; fine, only
40&, at the request of Mr. Pagytt, a Master of the Bench.
Bound with Messrs. Thomas Triste and John Dryden.
1 June. Mr. Ralf, son and heir-apparent of Francis Glare
of Cawldall, Worcestershire, esq., specially; fine, 5/. Bound
with Messra James Whitlocke and Antony Washbome.
9 Juna Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of William Denton
of Pryors Court, Berks, esq., specially ; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound
with his father and Alexander Hamond. Mr. Thomas
Bressey to the chamber of Messra Robert Drewe and
Thomas Streynsham on surrender by the latter; fine, 40s.
15 June. Mr. Henry Cotton to the chamber of Messrs.
William Martyn and Jerome Downe on surrender by the
latter; fine, 33s. 4rf. 18 Jime. Mr. John, fifth son of

William Bayliiff of Monckton, Wilts, esq., specially; fine, 3/.
Bound with his father and Charles Danvers.

At a Parliament holden 18 June, 44 Eliz., 1602.

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

Messrs. J. Delaber, Dodridge, Stephens, and Wrighttington
are appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Blomer, Lutterell, Buller, and Bigges are appointed
to provide the Reader's feast.



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Mr. Jasper Miller is called to the degree of the Utter Bar
by request of Francis Gawdy, Judge of the Queen's Bench.

Every Utter Barrister, or other fellow of this House, lying
within the House or in the Parson's Buildings, or being in
commons at any time within the year, shall receive the
communion in the Temple Church once a year at least,
on pain of 40s. fine or loss of his chamber. If the offence
be repeated two years, he shall be expelled the House and
Fellowship. English

William Carter shall keep the Hall door at dinner, supper,
and breakfast times to keep out strangers and such as are
not of the House. He shall have 55& a year and his former
allowance for cleansing the houses of office and for watching
and looking to the chambers, if commons break not up.
Englisfu

23 Oct. George Snygge, esq.. Treasurer, granted to Mr.
William Bowme, a Master of the Utter Bar, licence to nomi-
nate before Whitsunday one of the Fellowship to occupy the
chamber of himself and Benjamin Rudyerd in Rudyerd's
place, for life ; he gives for fine 13s. 4rf.

Admissions: — 18 June. Mr. Thomas Brooke, of New Inn,
gent, son and heir-apparent of John Brooke of Westdeane,
Sussex, gent., generally ; fine, 20s. Boimd with Messrs. Tuppen
Scrace and Samuel Maunsell. (Marginal note : Venit in com.

die et tunc solvit finem,) 22 Jime. Mr. Humfrey, son

and heir-apparent of John Peter of Compton, Devon, gent.,
generally; fine, 50s. Bound with Messrs. William Huck-
moore and Richard CottelL 30 June. Mr. William

Sammes to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas Davye and Thomas
Malett on surrender by the latter; fine, 10s. 1 July. Mr.

Francis, son and heir-apparent of Francis Nycolles of Hard-
wick, Northants, gent., specially ; no fine, being admitted by
favour of Mr. Austin Nycolles, Reader. 28 July. Mr.

George, second son of John Browne of Frampton, Dorset, esq.,
specially; fine, Zl. 6s. M. Bound with his brother, John,
and Henry RoUe. 7 Aug. Mr. Edward, son and heir-
apparent of Robert Manley of Broughton, Northants, esq.,
specially; gratis, with assent of Mr. NyccoUes, Reader, and
other Masters of the Bench. He shall be spared from payment
of pensions until he comes into commons. 9 Aug. Henry
Anderson, esq., sheriff of London, specially, with assent of Mr.



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Nycolles and other Masters of the Bench. 12 Aug. Mr.
Gregory, son and heir-apparent of Bartholomew Brokesby of
Frisby, Leicestershure, esq., generally; fine, 505. Bound with
Messrs. Henry Norwood and Edward Turner. 13 Aug.

Mr. Christopher Darcye of New Inn, gent., third son of
Christopher Darcye of Flatten, co. Meath, esq., deceased,
generally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Richard Hadsor
and Francis Morgan. 20 Aug. Mr. Edward Denner to
the chamber of Messrs. Wrighttington and William Wilforde
on surrender by the latter; fine, 20s. 9 Oct. Mr. Edward,
third son of Richard Smythe, late of Abington, Berks, gent.,
deceased, specially ; no fine, because he was long the Treasurer's
clerk 13 Oct. Mr. Alexander, sixth son of Roger Warre

of Hestercomb, Somerset, esq., generally; fine, only 40s., at
the request of John Popham, knt.. Chief Justice of England.
Bound with Messrs. Richard Warre and Thomas Warre.
16 Oct. Mr. Charles, son and heir-apparent of Walter
Vaughan of Fallerdown, Wilts, esq., specially , fine, 5/. Bound
with Messrs. Laurence Hide and John Lowe. Mr. Francis,
third son of Robert Delavale of Seaton Delavale, Northumber-
land, esq., generally; fine, 46s. 8d. Bound with James Whit-
locke and Henry Norwoode. 17 Oct Mr. William, son

and heir-apparent of Thomas Combes of Stratford super
Avan, Warwickshire, esq., specially; fine, 51. Bound with
Messrs. William Combes, esq., and Rowley Warde. 18 Oct.
Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent of Francis Combes of
Hempsted, Herts, gent., generally ; fine, only 40s., at the request
of Mr. Edward Combes. Bound with Mr. Edward Combes.
18 Oct. Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of Thomas Seymor
of Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire, esq., generally; fine,
31. 20 Oct. Mr. Clement Dawbney, late of New Inn,

gent., third son of Christopher Dawbney, late of Sharington,
Norfolk, esq., deceased, specially; fine, 46s. 8rf. Bound with
Messrs. John and Humfrey Brewster. 21 Oct. Mr. John,

third son of John Courte, late of Bridgwater, Somerset, esq.,
deceased, generally; fine, 46s. 8rf. Bound with his brother,
Thomas, and Mr. George Hooper. . Mr. John Moore to the
chamber of Messrs. Francis Clyve and George Carre in place

of the latter, who forfeited by discontinuance; fine, .

(Struck out,) Mr. John Howland, late of New Inn, gent.,
son and heir of John Howland, late of Newport, Essex, gent..



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deceased, generally; fine, 20^. Bound with Messrs. George
Hooper and Peter Weekes. 23 Oct. Mr. Philip Langley,
late of Cli£fordes Inne, gent, kinsman and heir of Philip
Langley, late of Bristol, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 33«. 4d.
25 Oct. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of Hugh Bullock
of London, gent., specially; fine, 51. Bound with Messrs.
John Strode and George Wilmer. Mr. Philip Langley to
the chamber of Messrs. William Younge and Edward Blounte
in place of the latter; fine, 40s. Mr. Edward Smyth to the
chamber of Mr. Thomas Ireland, void by his discontinuance ;
fine, 20s. 29 Oct. Henry lord Mordant, specially; gratis;

nominated by Mr. Austin Nycolles, Reader.

At a Parliament holden 29 Oct., 44 Eliz.

As Mr. John Delaber, one of the most ancient Utter
Barristers, has refused to undertake the Readership for next
Lent, Mr. John Dodridge, next in antiquity, is appointed
Reader for next Lent, and Mr. Thomas Stephens for next
Autumn.

Mr. Edward Phillipps is discharged from his second reading
on accoimt of illness, and his fine is respited until after Lent
reading.

Mr. George Carewe, esq., a Master in Chancery, is associated
with the Masters of the Bench and admitted to sit at table
with them.

The calls of Messrs. Thomas Triste and Thomas Grene to
the degree of the Utter Bar by Austin Nycolles during his
ireading, are confirmed.

Messrs. Blake and Thomas Coxe are fined 5/. each for not
reading.

The following vacationers are each fined 205. for absence
from Mr. Nycolle's reading : — Utter Barristers : Messrs. Coles,
Chippingdale, Chapman, Hoskyns, Forde, W. Ryves, Ash-
combe, Snagge, Rudyerde, S. Jones, Beste, Ed. Tynte, J. Flet-
wood, T. Warre, F. Dormer, Marche, Bonner, Sterrell, Force.
Inner Barristers: Messrs. H. Fisher, N. Hayes, R. Blunden,
jun., Jollyff, Hesilrigge, W. Awbrey de Brecknock, Gittens,
W. Canon, F. Rowse, Hooke, G. Davies, T. Goeghe, Amwood,
J. Scudamoore, T. Rogers, Jo. Isham, Ed. Wyseman, Comwayle,
C. Jones, Jo. Baker, Ja. Welshe, jun.

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the " Tumebroche," no longer able to serve by reason of old
age and want of strength.

Admissions : — Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of Thomas
Combes of Stratford super Avan, Warwickshire, esq., to the
chamber of Messrs. Henry Williams and William Combes,
esq., a Master of the Bar, in expectancy; fine, 40^. 27 Oct.
Mr. John, son and heir of Ralf Spyer, late of Hallywell,
Herts, gent, deceased, specially ; fine, 5Z. Bound with
Messrs. John Dackombe and Edward CurlL 5 Nov. Mr.
Thomas, third son of Edward Boys of Freydvile, Kent,
esq., specially; fine, only 30s., by request of Mr. Boys, a
Master of the Bench. Bound with his brother, Edward,
and Ralf Grove. 8 Nov. Mr. Wortley, son and heir-
apparent of William Jessoppe of Northlees, Derbyshire, esq.,
generally; fine, 3^ Bound with Mr. Thomas Symcockes.
10 Nov. Mr. Charles, son and heir-apparent of Edmund
Mordant of Okeley, Beds, esq., specially; fine, 3/. 6& 8d.
Bound with his father and Henry Mordant 15 Nov. Mr.
Miles Forreste, late of New Inn, gent., second son of Miles
Forreste of Morbome, Hunts, esq., specially; fine, 53«. 4d.
Bound with Messrs. Richard Martyn and John Spyer. Mr.
Clement, second son of Thomas Bigges of Lenchwick,
Worcestershire, esq., specially; fine, 3Z. Bound with Messrs.
William Burdett and Clement Throckmorton. Mr. Richard
Swayne, esq., a Master of the Bench, to a chamber sur-
rendered by Edwin Sandis, knt., late belonging to his
father. Miles Sandis, esq.; fine, 20s. 16 Nov. Mr. John,
second son of Thomas Forde of Ilsington, Devon, esq., speci-
ally; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. George Hooper
and Thomas Forde. Mr. William Younge to the chamber
of Mr. Swayne, a Master of the Bench, and of Mr. Thomas
Barker, on surrender by the former; fine, 40s. 17 Nov.,
45 Eliz. Mr. Robert Playdell to the chamber of Messrs.
Philip Langley and William Younge on surrender by the
latter; fine, 33a. 4d. 21 Nov. Mr. Jervaise, son and heir-
apparent of Edward Maplisden of Maidstone, Kent, gent,
generally; fine, only 40&, at the request of Mr. Cavell, a
Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. John Mannyng-
hame and Richard Freston. 24 Nov. Mr. Christopher
Horton to the chamber of Messrs. Sydney Mountague and
Richard NyccoUes on surrender by the former; fine, 405.
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Langley and Robert Playdell on surrender by the latter ; fine,
40& Mr. John, son and heir-apparent of John Hodder of
Chideock, Dorset, gent, specially ; fine, only 4/., by request of
Mr. Gybbes, a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs.
Henry Martyn and Christopher Baker. Mr. William, son and
heir-apparent of William Hemyngton of Slipton, Northants,
gent., generally; fine, only 40s., by request of Mr. Austin
Nycolles, a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. William
Dalby and George Gittens. Mr. Sydney Mountague to the
chamber of Messrs. William Cuttes and Edmund Dowbledaye
on surrender by the former ; fine, 40s. Mr. Richard, fourth
son of Robert Shortreade, late of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, esq.,
deceased, specially; fine, 5Z.

At a Parliament holden 26 Nov., 45 Eliz.

Messrs. Shurland, Brandeston, M. Ryvers, Bennett, W.
Brodnax, Crewe, A. Jenour, Ja. Pagytt, Jo. Gybbes, and R
Horton are called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

No grand Christmas shall be kept in the House, nor any
public commons. No vacationers who are boimd to attend,
shall be bound to attend this Christmas ; but any gentleman
\ may keep private commons in the Hall or elsewhere in the

House. Such oflScers as they may appoint, are required to
attend them, the gentlemen paying all the charges of such
private commons. Such commons are to be kept in the
common Hall or some one only place of the House. JEnglish.

Mr. Edmund Dowbledaye's petition is granted, viz. that his
chamber may not be forfeited for not being in commons during
his employment in the Mint in the Tower of Londoa English.

At the Parliament of 21 Nov., 36 Eliz., Mr. Richard Warre
was admitted into the now chamber of Mr. Rosse, a Master of
the Bench, with Mr. Rosse, and petitioned this Parliament to
have his admission confirmed ; but as since his admittance to
Mr. Rosse's chamber he has been admitted with his brother,
Thomas, and others into Mr. Rosse's late chamber over the
Temple Gate, gratis, and since that time to another chamber
in the gallery with Mr. Connocke, his former admittance to
Mr. Rosse's now chamber is void. Unglish,

Admissions: — Mr. John, fifth son of William Bayliff of
Monckton, Wilts, esq., to the chamber of Messrs. Robert
Barkley and the said William Bayliflf, in expectancy ; fine, 40s.



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11 Dec. Mr. Thomas Andrewe, late of Staple Inne, gent,
fourth son of Thomas Andrewe of Winwick, Northants, esq.,
generally; fine, 20& Bomid with Messrs. Richard Savage
and Edward Watson. Mr. James Goodman, late of Staple
Inne, gent., second son of John Goodman of Plimpton,
Northants, gent, generally; fine, 205. (Struck out, and note :
vacat,) 25 Jaa Mr. Gamaliel, son and heir of Nicolas
Slannynge, late of Bickley, Devon, esq., deceased, generally;
fine, 538. 4d. Bound with Messrs. Thomas Ashforde and
Alexander Warre. 26 Jan. Mr. William, son and heir-
apparent of John Wither of Manydown, Hants, gent, specially ;
fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Marcellus Ryvers and Gilbert
Searle. Mr. Thomas Lake to the chamber of Edward
Ayleworth, esq., a Master of the Bar, and Mr. Gregory
Armitage, on surrender by the latter; fine, 53^. 4d. Mr,
John Davies to half the chamber of Messrs. Robert Jacobb
and Francis Joyner, and to the bedchamber and study on
the north side, separately; fine, 10s. 4 Feb. Mr. Francis,
son and heir-apparent of Thomas Windebancke of St Martin's
in the Fields, Middlesex, esq., specially ; fine, 4/. Bound with
Messrs. Henry Reade and Thomas Philpott. Mr. Thomas,
second son of Thomas Godfrey of Lydd, Kent, gent, specially ;
fine, 5/. Bound with Messrs. Robert George and William
Plummer. Mr. Richard, third son of John Seymer of
Handford, Dorset, gent, generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with his
brother, Robert, and George Estmond. Mr. Arthur, third
son of Arthiur Capell of Hadham, Herts, knt, generally ; fine,
only 408., by request of Mr. Shmrley, a Master of the Bench.
Bound with Messrs. George Shurley and Robert Capell.
7 Feb. Mr. Edward, second son of Edward Watson of
Rockingham Castle, Northants, esq., specially ; fine, 31. 68. 8d.
Bound with his brother, Lewis, and Ralf Shelton. 9 Feb.
Mr. George, second son of William Jessopp of Northlees,
Derbyshire, esq., generally; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs.
Thomas Symcocks and Wortley Jessopp, his brother. Mr.
Shakerley, third son of Paul Tracy of Stanway, Gloucester-
shire, esq., specially; fine, only 53s. 4i., by request of Mr.
Daston, a Master of the Bench. 11 Feb. Mr. John, son
and heir-apparent of John Epes of Selling, Kent, generally;
fine, only 40«., by request of Mr. Haule, a Master of the
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At a Parliament holden 11 Feb., 45 Eliz.

As by the Queen s writ this Hilary term Messrs. Edward
Phillipes and Austin Nycolles were chosen Serjeants-at-Law,
it is ordered that Mr. Austin Nycolles shall read next Lent for
his second reading and not Mr. Phillipes, because Mr. Nicolles
is the junior Serjeant, according to the old order of 2 Hen*
VIII. as appears by the old Book of Parliament.* Mr.
Doddridge shall read his first reading in Lent Marginal
note: Afterwards John Shurley and George Snygge, esqa,
were chosen Serjeants-at-Law.

Mr. Walrond was chosen Assistant to Mr. Austin Nycolles
and Mr. Doddridge, Readers.

Messrs. Doddridge, Stephens, Wrighttington, and Bowrne were
chosen to stand at the Cupboard during Mr. Nycolles' reading.

Messrs. Stephens, Wrighttington, Bowrne, and Bast^rde were
chosen to stand at the Cupboard during Mr. Doddridge's reading.

Messrs. Ro. Davies, C. Pygott, S. Awbrey, and Ofley are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Mr. Hadsor is called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

Admissions: — Mr. Henry, second son of John Williams of
Tinam, Dorset, esq., generally; fine, o3s, 4d. Bound with



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