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Warre, Thomyll, Vyvean and Roupe were chosen in order
for the office of Marshal's Constable.

Admissions of members after the feast of the Nativity of
of St. John the Baptist in the foresaid 14th year.

John Sewster was admitted generally, except that he can
keep one vacation of the same nature for another, always the
next ensuing. Mem. : By Ryche.

Christopher Breteyn was admitted as clerk. Then for
divers considerations, he is discharged the office of Master of
the Revels, and Constable of the Tower, and shall keep one
vacation for another of the same nature, always the next
ensuing.

John Lambert was admitted as member to the Clerks'
commons, and is pardoned all offices and vacations. And let
him be admitted to the lowest chamber, newly built, and near
to the kitchen, with Russell. And he gives for a fine 26$, 8d.
whereof he paid to the Treasurer, 208., and owes i mark, to
be paid in next Hilary term. Which he paid. R. L. *

Horsey was admitted as clerk, generally, saving, however,
that he can keep one vacation for another of the same nature,
always the next ensuing. Mem. : By Portman.

WiUiam Skrymshawe was admitted as clerk, generally,
saving, however, that he can keep one vacation for another,
whenever he misses any, of the same nature, always the next
ensuing. Mem. : By Warner.

^ Signature of Bichard Lyster, treasurer.



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72 Middle Temple Kecords. [1522-3

At a Parliament holden 23 Not., 14 Hen. YIII.

At this Parliament it was ordained that whenever any
member or clerk is admitted in the Hall, that the Chief Butler
shall be called for the entry of his name in the book in the
Buttery,* with the admission, so that he can certify the
Treasurer thereof at his next coming.

David Brokwey asks that he may keep one vacation for
another in future, and he is pardoned the forfeiture of last
vacation; and gives as a fine 10s, And thus it is granted.
105. Paid. E. L.

Memorandum : In the Octaves of Hilary, in the 14th year
of Henry VIII., David Brokway was afterwards admitted into
the lowest chamber, on the east side of the Hall, with Master
Putnam, as Pauncefote was before.



At a Parliament holden on Monday after the Feast of the
Purifioation of the Blessed Mary (0 Feb.), 14 Hen. YIII.

Memorandum: That there is allowed to Master Marvyn,
Steward at Christmas time last past, because wine was dear,
378, Paid.

And at the same Parliament, Broune, of Somerset, and
Marvyn, who will read in the Autumn vacation, were chosen
Assistants to Master Knyghtley, Eeader, for the time of
Lent.

Thomas Holwell and Everard Digbye were admitted to the
Clerks* commons, generally, etc.

Master Carant forfeited a fine because he did not take upon
himself the oflQce of Marshal, and it is resolved that he shall
choose whether he will pay the fine or take upon himself the
office at next Christmas.

Master Marvyn is named as Eeader for the time of Autumn,
according to the form of the Statute.

At a Parliament holden on Tuesday next before the Feast
of the Asoension of the Lord (12 May), 15 Hen. YIII.

Master Marvyn was chosen to the office of Reader, for the
time of Autumn next coming, etc.

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1523] Minutes of Paeliament. 73

Master Knyghtley is named Assistant* to the Beader in the
same Autumn vacation, etc.

Memorandum : At this Parliament, Master Eyche and
others complained of Holte for defamatory and seditious words
used to them by the foresaid Holte, and not denied, contrary
to honorable conduct and the praiseworthy customs of the
Fellowship. And therefore a fine of 20s. is imposed upon the
foresaid Holte, to be paid to the Fellowship. And if hereafter
he uses such words to any of the Fellowship, that then a fitting
punishment shall be provided by the Fellowship for the same
Holte, as an example to other such delinquents, etc.

At a Parliament holden on Tuesday next after the Feast
of St. Peter the Apostle (30 June), 15 Hen. YIII.

Master Broun and Master Babthorp were chosen Auditors
of the Treasurer for the account of the preceding year, viz.,
that of Eichard Lyster.

And at this Parliament the foresaid Bichard Lyster, at the
request of the whole Fellowship, took upon himself the office
of Treasurer of the Middle Temple for the following year, etc.

Master Chipnam was admitted to the Clerks' commons,
generally, by Owen.

William Thorp was admitted as member to the Clerks*
commons, generally, except that if he omit one vacation, he
shall keep another of the same nature.

And the same William Thorp was admitted by the Treasurer
into an upper t chamber in the new buildings, with GeoflErey
Poole.

Constable, junior, was admitted, generally, to the Clerks*
commons, at the instance of Master Babthorp, on condition
nevertheless, that if he lose one vacation, he shall keep another
of the same nature.

At a Parliament holden on Thursday next after the Feast
of All Saints (5 Not.), 15 Hen. YIII.

Beader. — Master Vowell was chosen to the office of Beader
at the time of Lent next coming.

Steward. — Master Montague was chosen to the office of
Steward at Christmas time next coming ; and in his default,
Master W. Saunders.

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74 Middle Temple Eecords. [1623

Marshal. — Masters Carant, More of Dorset, Eussell, B.,
Bulkeley and Ludlowe were chosen to the ofl&ce of Marshal,
in order, for Christmas time aforesaid.

Butler. — Master Higham, Master Sudeley. Master Owen,
and Master Danyell, junior, were chosen to the ofl&ce ot
Butler, in order.

Master of the Bevels.— Master Aspland, Master Galley,
Master Castell, jimior, Master Blake, Master Puttenham,
Master Lyte, and Master Digbye, junior, were chosen to the
ofl&ce of Master of the Bevels, in order.

Constable of the Tower. — Master Marshall, Master Felgate,
Master Cokesay, were chosen to the ofl&ce of Constable of the
Tower, in order.

The Marshal's Constable. — Master Bruges, Master Thorne-
hill, Master Sydenam, and Master Beade, were chosen
Marshal's Constable, in order.

Licence by Parliament. — Memorandum : That Master
Bulkeley, jimior, asks licence to build a small house for his
fuel, next to his chamber, at his own cost. And it is granted,
so long as it is not to his neighbour's prejudice, etc.

Master Apprise was admitted as member, and is discharged
all vacations and ofl&ces; and shall be at his pleasure in
commons, and out of commons ; and will give for a fine only
10s., or a boar for the next Christmas feast, by the Fellow-
ship's favour, because he was a benefactor to the Fellowship
with the Lord of Sent Jons, in repairing the bridge and other
things.

At a Parliament holden 23 Not., 15 Hen. YIII.

At this Parliament it was considered by the whole Fellow-
ship, that none of the Company should be compelled to keep
next Christmas vacation except at his will and pleasure.

But if any one keeps the vacation and is present in
commons, that then it shall be allowed to him for a
vacation, etc.

And further it was ordained that if there be twelve persons
in the Fellowship at Christmastime, that these twelve can keep
commons, etc. And if there are less, no commons shall be
kept within the Inn, until more come.

And further it was ordained that all ofl&cers chosen in the
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1523-4] Minutes of Pabliament. 75

for this Christmas time, for divers causes moving the
Fellowship, etc.

Nevertheless it was ordained that the Treasurer should
agree wdth the Harper* for his wages at Christmas time, so
that he shall attend the better in future, etc. 205. Paid.

And it was ordained that if commons be kept by any of the
Fellowship at Christmas time, for three weeks, then shall only
be allowed for them out of the Treasury of the House for those
three weeks, as much as was allowed to the Steward for
Apparels in last year, by Master Marvyn, senior, by Master
Engleflfeld, or Master Hardyng, viz., 375.

375., paid by E. L., Treasurer.

At a Parliament of the Middle Temple holden on Thursday
next after the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed
Virgin Mary (4 Feb.), 15 Hen. YIII.

At this Parliament Masters Knyghtley and Montague, v^ho
will read in Autumn vacation, vs^ere chosen Assistants to
Master Vowell, Eeader in time of Lent next coming, etc.

And Master Knyghtley is discharged of any assistance for
the first reading.

And Master Montague v^as chosen for Keader in Autumn
time next. Yet he is not named Reader imtil next term
according to the form of the statute.

And because the same Montague was chosen Steward at
Christmas time last, and did not exercise the office, as
appears in the preceding Parliament, nor bore any charges
therefor, therefore it is agreed that he shall pay to the Fellow-
ship, 5 marks.

{In the margin.) 5 marks to me, Eichard Lyster, Treasurer.

John Colbeck admitted to the Clerks' conunons, and is
discharged the offices of Butler and Constable of the Marshal,
at the instance of Master Luke.

Feldyng is pardoned pensions in arrear, up to the feast of
the Purification of the Blessed Mary last, for divers considera-
tions moving the Fellowship, and he shall pay IO5.

{In the margin,) IO5. paid to me. E. L.

Arthur Eysshe was admitted as member, generally, by
Master Jenour, etc.

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76 Middle Tbmple Records. [1524

Master Francis Denham, junior, was admitted, etc.

William Wyat was admitted as member, and is pardoned all
offices and vacations, and gives for a fine 20s, Paid to me.
Richard Lyster. *



At a Parliament holden 3 May, 16 Hen. YUI.

Master Montague was chosen Reader for the time of
Autumn next coming, and will be now named Reader, by
ordinance, etc.

Master Vowell was chosen Assistant to the Reader in next
vacation.

Edward Saunders was admitted generally as member, by,
etc.

At a Parliament holden on Thursday after the Feast of
St. Thomas the Martyr (7 July), 16 Hen. YUI.

Master Husey and Master Fitz James are appointed Auditors,
to audit the account of Richard Lyster, Treasurer.

Richard Lyster, Solicitor of our lord the King, at the special
instance and request of the whole Fellowship, took upon
himself to exercise the ofl&ce of Treasurer, for one year next
ensuing. And thus he was re-elected to the said office.

Master Whorwode was chosen by the Fellowship at the
instance of the Treasurer, to collect and levy debts in place of
the Treasurer, as an assistance to the Treasurer for the time
being.

It is granted by the Fellowship that if Coly goes beyond the
sea in the next vacation, he shall not lose or forfeit anything
therefor, if he keep the vacation next ensuing.

John Sent Poill was admitted generally to the Clerks'
commons, except that he shall keep one vacation for another,
whenever, etc. And he was admitted with the Treasurer's
assent into the new chamber on high, viz., into the highest
west chamber of the chambers newly built, with Master
GeoflErey Poole. And at the same Parliament William Thorpe
was admitted into the said chamber as expectant, etc., by the
Fellowship and Treasurer aforesaid, etc.



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1524] Minutes of Parliament. 77

At a Parliament holden on Thursday after the Feast of
AU Saints (3 Nov.), 16 Hen. YIII.

Reader. — Master Saunders was chosen Reader for Lent
vacation next coming, for his first reading, by assent of
Master Husey, to whose turn the reading had then come for
his second reading, and this [was done] divers considerations
moving the Fellowship. And because he is discharged the
office of Steward at next Christmas time, it was resolved that
he shall pay to the Fellowship, in the name of a fine, 10 marks,
whereof he is pardoned by special favour, 335. 4d. And the
remainder is to be paid to the Steward before next Christmas,
viz., 1005.

Steward. — Master Pateshale was chosen to the office of
Steward at next Christmas time, and in his default Masters
Fitz Hughe and Warner in order.

Marshal. — Masters Carant, Russell, Bulkeley, senior, Lud-
lowe, Bamewell and Conjmgesbye were chosen to the office of
Marshal, in order.

Butler. — Masters Sudeley, junior, Owen, Higham, and Danyll,
junior, were chosen in order to the office of Butler.

And afterwards Sudeley is pardoned the office of Butler,
because he promised henceforth to make up the account* of
each Treasurer, yearly, etc.

Master of the Revels. — Masters Asplond, Calley, Castell,
junior, and Puttenham, Lyte, Dygbye, junior, and Blake,
three of them were chosen to the office of Masters of the
Revels, and that they should be so, in order.

Master Constable of the Tower. — Chybnall, Marschall, Fel-
gate, and Cokesey were chosen to the office of Constable of
the Tower, in order.

The Marshal's Constable. — Masters Thorell, Cave, Sydenam,
and Reade were chosen to the office of Marshal, in order.

Fine, two ** hoggeshedes " of wine, or 4Z. — Nicholas Wadham,
knight, and Christopher Sydnam were chosen members ; and
are pardoned all offices and vacations ; and each of them shall
pay one "hoggeshede " of wine or 405. as a fine, at the instance
of Mr. Paulett.

Fine, 205. — ^WilUam Couper was admitted as member, and is
pardoned all offices and vacations, and pays as fine, 205.

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78 Middle Temple Eecords. [1525

At a Parliament holden on Friday, the Morrow of the
Purification of the Blessed Mary (3 Feb.), 16 Hen. YIII.

At this Parliament, Masters Merv3m and Fitzhughe were
chosen Assistants to Master Saunders, Eeader, for the time of
Lent next. And in default of Fitzhughe, Master Warner was
chosen Assistant.

And Master Fitzhughe was named to be Reader ; and if he
refuse, then Master Warner was named Reader for next Autumn
time. And as to the exercise of the ofi&ce of Steward at last
Christmas time, by them, the fine therefor is respited because
the Fellowship wished to be advised thereon, etc.

Also, it was ordained that the Steward of the Inn shall
collect rolls.



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1551] BOOK r>.

The half obliterated name of a Treasurer at the top
margin : — John Hadley.

14 Feb., 5 Edw. VI. [1551]. Admission C* Y have
admyttyd **) of John Gyfiford, at the instance of Mr. Recorder*
speciallyt for a hogshead of wine. Signed: Per Robertum
Broke. Jhon Gyfford.

Mr. John Polejm, admitted to Mr. Eajmiond's chamber.
Pays 40s. Signed : Per me, J. Pole[3m] .

Receipt by Robert Brykett, S [teward ?] from [John] Hadley,
Treasurer, of 5Z., half year's rent of the house and 20 marks, in
part payment of ''th ar[rerages]/of the seyd howse." The 51.
was due at Christmas last. Signed : Per me, Robertum
Brykett, Se [nescallum] .

15 April. Admission of Mr. John Wynjmgton by Mr. Robert
Broke, Reader, by consent of the whole Bench, into Mr.
Holte's chamber. Cancelled.

21 April. Admission (" Y have admyttyd ") of Mr. Peter
Vavysour in Mr. Calvart's chamber by the kitchen, with an
agreement partly lost by mutilation, that if he builds a chimney
in the [chamber] where Mr. Andrew Vavyser lies within a
year, ** then his admyttance shalbe at [that] tyme in Mr.
Andrew Vavyser* s [chamber].'*

23 April. Admission of Mr. John Wynjmgton in the chamber
where Mr. Babthorpe lieth with him. Signed: By me, John
Wynyngton. ** Memorandum, this was stryckyn out by
me, John Wynyngton."

11 May. Admission of Mr. Leonard Dannet, specially, at
the instance of Mr. Andrew Vavysour, in Mr. Bapthorp's
chamber, giving place to all his ancients there admitted, when

° The person at whose instance a member is admitted, usually " takyth
on hym as well for hys honest behaviour in the house, as for his duties (or
dettys), if he shall owe any hereafter to the house."

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80 Middle Temple Kbcords. [1551

they [come]. Pays 5 marks. Signed: Leonerde Dannett,
Andrew Vavasour.

Admission of Mr. Luke Dyllon at the instance of Mr. Gary.
Signed : Luck Dyllon.

13 May. Admission of John Tumour at the instance of
Mr. Hord. Signed : Per me, Eobertum Gayer ; per me,
Johannem Turnour.

{This first leaf is mtcch torn, especially at the lower end,)

28 April, 5 Edw. VI. Admission of John Wynyngton,
specially. Paid 205. by Mr. Bengo. Signed: By me, John
Wynyngton.

5 May, 5 Edw. VI. Admission of Mr. Miles Sandes to the
chamber used by Messrs. Avery Uvedall and William Uvedall,
giving place to them when they come.

At a Parliament holden on Friday, 8 May, 5 Edw. YI.

Mr. Beginald Corbet is chosen Beader for next Autumn.
Mr. Bobert Brok is chosen Assistant. Latin,

The residue of Mr. Corbett's fine for High Steward of
Christmas, 61, 13s. 4td., is respited till All Hallow Tide.

Utter Barristers who came not to this Parliament shall be
amerced 3s. 4d. according to the old rule. The amercement
** to be cast in commons."

Commons of the House shall be broken up Saturday after
Term, to begin again Saturday before the Beading, and to
continue one month; and then be broken up again till
Michaelmas Term begins.

The Beader shall be allowed only for 12 bucks during his
reading; and if he bring any more, he shall stand to the charges
of them himself.

As Mr. NycoUes refused to pay the rent for his part of the
chamber, but obstinately went out of commons, he shall leave
his chamber and come no more into commons till otherwise
ordered by the Masters. Cancelled,

The like rule for Mr. Plankney.

The Panier-man shall pay the bakers, brewers, and butchers
what he owes them before Tuesday, or otherwise agree with
them ; or to lose his office.

Any fellow refusing to receive any other fellow admitted
into his chamber by the Treasurer, shall forfeit his interest in
his chamber.



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1551] Minutes of Parliament. 81

If any gentleman be behind with his commons, in the mean
vacations or term time, after being lawfully asked, his chamber
shall be considered void and he out of commons, until he has
paid a fine imposed by the Masters of the Bench.

A Treasurer shall be appointed within a fortnight after
Michaelmas.

A new lease shall be made of the shop without the Gate to
Welond the scrivener, for 24 years from Michaelmas, for a fine
of 6Z. 13s. 4d. and the old rent.

A piece of ground at the east end of the Bar without the
Grate, li yard in length, shall be let for 10 years.

14 Oct. Exchange of chambers by Peter Vavasour and
Richard Duckett. Signed : Peter Vavasour, Rychard Duckett.

Admissions. — 16 Oct. Eichard Archedalle, specially, at the
instance of Mr. John Pollard. Pays 85. Bd. Signed : Per me
Richm. Arch[edalle].

18 Oct., 5 Edw. VI. Mr. John Dygby, generally, at the
instance of Mr. Henry Digby. Signed : John Dygby.

20 Oct. Mr. John Wenyngton to Mr. Harman's chamber.
Signed : John Wynyngton. Cancelled : Because he was
admitted into a chamber with Mr. Jerome Gilbert at his own
instance, and is in quiet possession thereof.

21 Oct., 5 Edw. VI. Mr. Plowden into Mr. Orynge's
chamber. Pays 40s. Paid.

22 Oct., 5 Edw. VI. Mr. Nicolas Leveson into the chamber,
late Mr. Welbore*s. Pays 3Z. 3s. 4d.

25 Oct., 5 Edw. VI. Edward Fenne, specially, at the
instance of Mr. Dyer. Pays 16s. M. Signed : James Dyer,
Edward [Fenne].

Mr. William Merbury, specially, at the instance of Mr.
Francis Bamardes. Pays 46s. M. Signed : Wyllm. Merbury,
Francys Bernardes.

26 Oct., 5 Edw. VI. Mr. Thomas Morgan, generally, at the
instance of Mr. Plowden. Signed : Per me, Edm. Plowden,
Thomas Morgan.

Mr. William Browne into Mr. Plowdon's late chamber,
pajring 6s. 8d,

28 Oct. Robert Briket, Steward, who resigned his office,
specially, into Mr. Payn's chamber.

John Barton, late Master Butler, is admitted as Steward.

John Buckley is admitted as Master Butler.



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Mr. Phelypson, to Mr. Vavysour's inner chamber by the
kitchen.

Mr. Morgan, jun., to Mr. Ludloe's chamber.

Mr. Thomas Gent, to Mr. Bell's chamber, paying 465. 8d.

Mr. Goring to Mr. Mosley's chamber.

Mr. Frevell, jun., to Mr. Joyner's chamber, but to give room
to his ancient when he cometb.

At a Parliament holden Tuesday, 3 Nov., 5 Edw. YI.

Mr. Corbet was chosen Keader for next Lent, and pardoned
a fine of 6Z. 13s. 4d!. for the stewardship at Christmas. Latin.

Mr. Hillersden was chosen Steward [for Christmas]* next
coming, and in his default, Messrs. Dynham, jun., A. Gilbert,
Colbech (cancelled), Popham, Lawrens, Combes, t Marrowe,
T. Castell, H. Digby,t Bollyng, Yeate, I. Helton, Barweys,
Alyngton, Slade, Throgmerton, K., Dier. The last paid 10/. to
the Treasurer.

All the above forfeited for the office.

The following were chosen as Marshal : Messrs. E.
Mordaunt, Thomhill, K. Digby, Cutler, Stradlyn, Halswell,
Swyllyngton, Balam, G. Hasilwood, Vavysour.

The following were chosen as Butler : Messrs. Crop, Vaux,
E. Mordaunt, Flytwod, E. Marowe, Kythermyster, W. Shelton,
Dormer, Dormer, jun., A. Uvedale. Each to forfeit 5 marks.

The following were chosen as Masters of the Bevels : Messrs.
E. More, D., L. Whit, B. Whit, Goldyng, jun., Dawney,
Ludlowe, Famam, Munday, jun., Frevell, jun., E. Sydenham.

The following were chosen as Constable at the Tower:
Messrs. C. Catlyn, P. Mordaunt, Randall, Horton, Newecort,
Lewez, Blunt, Irelond, Jonys, jun., Kyrkham. 405. each.

The following were chosen as Constable of the Marshal :
Messrs. Spencer, H. Trevanyan, Tukker, A. Butler, Alyngton,
jun., Heth, Leygh.t 40s. each. Latin,

Corbet is released 6Z. 13s. 4d., the residue of his fine for the
Stewardship of Christmas.

The Masters* commons at Christmas shall be 5s., and the
Clerks* 4s. if Christmas be kept.

«^ Omitted in MS.

t In the margin opposite these names : Compos\

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1551J Minutes op Parliament. 88

Mr. Baron Brown is admitted into Mr. Eaymond's chamber,
to pay no rent; Mr. Eaymond and Mr. Polej^ into the
chamber late Mr. Brown's, paying rent.

Mr. Hadley resigned the Treasurership, and Mr. Mawdley
was chosen in his place for one year.

At the special request of the whole Fellowship Mr. John
Mawdeley took on himself the ofiBce for one year, and at his
instance Mr. Molsley was chosen to aid the Treasurer in
collecting and levying debts. Latin.

Mr. Came and Mr. Weston are assigned to audit Mr.
Hadley's accounts.

Admissions. -10 Nov., 5 Edw. VI. Mr. George Southcote,
son of Mr. Southcote of Devonshire, to the Clerks' commons,
generally, at the instance of Messrs. Kigeway and Southcote.
Thomas Tyrthwytte of Ketilby, Line, son of John T3Tthwytt,
generally, and expectant in the chamber of Eichard Smyth
and Edward Humfry (dead) in '*lez Novell Buyldinges," at the
instance of Mr. Hadley, by surety of Giles Isham. Mr. John
Garnans of Bristol to Mr. John Welsh's chamber next the
Hall, paying 335. id, Elias Hartope to the lower * chamber
under Stukeley and Jenour, at 40s. fine and 10s. rent. Mr.
Eobert Halswell to the lower chamber next the kitchen, with
Mr. Calvert and Mr. Dokett. Fine 4s. Latin.

John Barton, late Chief Butler, was chosen Steward of the
Inn, for a whole year.

John Buckley was chosen Chief Butler. Latin,

20 Nov., 5 Edw. VI. The reversion of the house at the Gute
with the kitchen and little garden is granted to George Judson,
apothecary, dwelling with William Peighes, apothecary, by the
King's Head, on the death of Alice Eedman, now tenant, from
year to year on good behaviour at a rent of 33s. id.

At a Parliament holden 27 Nov., 5 Edw. YI.

It was ordered that those chosen to ofiBces at next Christmas
must perform their offices.

The Masters' and the Clerks* commons are to continue as
now, at 25. lOd. and 2s. 4d. Latin,

Admissions, — 29 Nov. Paul Unton to Mr. Munday's
chamber in '* lez nouelle edificies '* ; fine, 5 marks.

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4 Dec. Matthew Smyth, to Mr. Mawdeley's chamber in
place of W. Petre, deceased, paying 53s. 4d.

1 Feb., 6 Edw. VI. Mr. Robert Bell, to a chamber with
Richard Conyngesby, for a fine of 6s. 8d. Signed : R. Bell.
Mr. Luke Dillon to a chamber with Mr. Plankeney ; fine, 10s.
Latin,

At a Parliament holden 5 Feb., 6 Edw. YI.

Mr. Robert Brocke was chosen Assistant to Mr. Corbet,
Reader, for next Lent.

Christmas was not observed in consequence of the default of
those who were chosen to offices, therefore those who had not



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