Cecil Papers
May 1611

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G. Dyfnallt Owen (editor)

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1970

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299-300

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'Cecil Papers: May 1611', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 21: 1609-1612 (1970), pp. 299-300. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112469 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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May 1611

The King to Lord Treasurer Salisbury
1611, May 7.For a grant and lease to John Welford, gent, of the goods and two parts of the lands of Edward Lingen, of Sutton, co. Hereford, esq., detected for recusancy, whom Welford undertakes to prosecute and convict. Palace of Westminster 7 May, 9 James 1.
Sign Manual Signet 1⅓pp. (129 60)
Sir Henry Hobarte to Lord [? Salisbury]
1611, May 7.He has taken a conveyance from Sir James Semple and Sir James Creighton unto his Majesty of an annuity of 200l issuing out of the "Annually" in the county of Longford, which annuity was given by the late Queen to Sir Nicholas Malby. They are to assign certain statutes and bonds to discharge the annuity from incumbrances. 7 May, 1611.
Signed 1p. (206 59)
The King to Lord Treasurer Salisbury
1611, May 16.For a grant and lease to Case Surley of the goods and two parts of the lands of Elizabeth Blackwell, detected for recusancy, whom Surley undertakes to prosecute and convict. Palace of Westminster, 16 May, 9 James 1.
Sign Manualpp. (129 61)
The King to Lord Treasurer Salisbury
1611, May 16.For a like grant to Sir Thomas Tracy, knt. a Gentleman Usher of the Privy Chamber to the Queen, of the goods and lands of Katherine Read of co. Gloucester, detected for recusancy. Palace of Westminster, 16 May, 9 James 1.
Sign Manual Signetpp. (129 62)
Expenses of Henry, Prince of Wales
1611, May 20.Moneys of all natures paid to and for the Prince since Easter 1610 until this 20th of May 1611, viz.:
His household expenses at 1000l per mensem from 6000l Easter 1610 until Michaelmas following,
His household expenses since Michaelmas 1610 until this 20th of May, 1611,11200l
His rents at Michaelmas 1610,6918l
His robes for midsummer,7001l
His privy purse then due,300l31849l
Surplusage of his robes for a° 7,72l [sic?]
His robes at his Creation,1311l
His extraordinaries,1000l
His barriers over and above 986[l] formerly paid, besides the Wardrobe,1109l
Fireworks at his Creation,1300l
Officers of arms at his Creation,221l
Graving of his seals,102l
Rewards to divers particular persons employed in his mask and barriers,817l
Endorsed: "Besides 94l remaining of his Highness's rents for which there is yet no warrant, and 2800l for his barriers." 2/3p. (129 63)
The Privy Council to Lord Treasurer Salisbury
1611, May 21.Warrant to grant licence, according to his Majesty's letters of 8 June, 1609, to Lysagh Conor, gent, one of the undertakers, to transport into Ireland 20 kine, 3 bulls, 6 mares, 5 horses, 20 sheep, 6 rams and 6 swine, without paying custom or other duties. 21 May, 1611.
Six signatures 1p. (129 64)