RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
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TitleTalbot Papers
Date1558-1570
DescriptionFolio 5
Henry [Neville, fifth Earl of] Westmorland to [Francis Talbot, fifth] Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Raby, 16 July 1558, asking him to assist the commissioners for the muster in Derbyshire by allowing the required number of 1,500 footmen to be made up from within his rule [cf. MS.3193 folio 225]. Westmorland is prepared to wait 20 days. 2pp. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed 'haste'.
Enclosing folio 1
Sir George Vernon and others, commissioners for the muster in Derbyshire, to the Earl of Westmorland, Lord Lieutenant in the North, from Crich, 11 July 1558. Only two hundreds of Derbyshire are outside the Earl of Shrewsbury's inheritance, Morleston and Repton, from which 38 labourers and 48 soldiers have already been sent, and 60 able men remain ready furnished. 1p. Copy.
And folio 3
The Earl of Westmorland to the commissioners for the muster in Derbyshire, from Raby, 16 July 1558. 1,500 footmen are required from the shire, with 400 allowed for the Earl of Shrewsbury's inheritance. He has written to ask for the cooperation of Shrewsbury and he can allow 20 days' respite, but labourers may not be counted. 1p. Copy.
Folio 9
Sir William Cordell to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from St. James', 5 September 1558, offering his condolences on the death of his Countess [Grace]. The health of the Queen [Mary] is somewhat amended. The gaoler of York Castle is to be appointed by the Sheriff to save her Majesty expense. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 13
The Earl of Shrewsbury to [Nicholas Heath, Archbishop of York], from Sheffield, 3 September 1558. He understands by a chaplain of his, parson of Kyngeslay [Kinsley], that the fruits of the benefice are requested by the Archbishop's officers. He cannot spare the chaplain to attend the hearing because of the death of his Countess and sickness among other chaplains. 1p. A draft in Sir Thomas Gargrave's hand. Address.
Folio 15
The Lords of the Council to [William Paulet, first] Marquess of Winchester, the Earl of Shrewsbury, and [Edward Stanley, third] Earl of Derby, from Hatfield, 21 November 1558. The Queen [Elizabeth] has appointed Wednesday next [23 November] to make her journey from Hatfield to London and requires them to attend her with their servants, as well as to advise the noblemen listed on the enclosed schedule to do the same. Sir Ralph Sadler is to come to them with detailed instructions. The Archbishop of York is to remain at London for the preservation of good order and to confer with Sir William Petre and Sir John Mason. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.369)
Enclosing folio 17
A list of the noblemen appointed to attend Queen Elizabeth upon her entry into London, 23 November 1558, headed by [Thomas Howard, fourth] Duke of Norfolk, 1p. Clerk's hand. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.372)
Folio 21
Robert Parneteth, Mayor, and the aldermen of Doncaster to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Doncaster, 17 March 1558/9. They ask to be excused from making a lease of Rossington Park to Thomas, son of Hugh Wirrall, the Queen's servant, as this would encroach upon land used for the relief of the poor. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed, marks for two signatories. Endorsed.
Folio 25
The Lords of the Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Westminster, 22 May 1559, requesting that the subsidy lately granted the Queen not only be collected but that a voluntary addition be paid so that the Queen may pay off a debt inherited from the late Queen. 2pp. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.372)
Folio 29
Sir Robert Dudley to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Westminster, June 1559, asking that the Earl should license his players in Yorkshire. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.376)
Folio 33
John [first Baron] Lumley to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Arundel place [London], June 1559, requesting that a suit of the widow and sons of Ralph Addy against two of his tenants, John Chilton and John Hickson, be removed from the Council of the North to Chancery or Common Law. 'He that gaped (you know who I mean) [the ambassador of Emperor Ferdinand I] shall catch a fly, and not that which he looked for'. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed.
Folio 37
[Cuthbert Tunstall], Bishop of Durham, to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Doncaster, 14 July 1559. He, with his fellow-commissioners, [Thomas Percy, seventh] Earl of Northumberland, [William, third Baron] Dacre [of Gilsland], and Sir James Croft, has concluded a peace with the Scots and is planning to go to London to report to the Queen. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed 'haste'.
Folio 41
The Earl of Shrewsbury to Sir William Cecil, from York, 16 July 1559. Profuse compliments. The northern counties continue quiet; he encloses two letters from his brother-in-law, Lord Dacre. 2pp. Copy.
Folio 45
An order from the Queen to Richard Norton, esquire, governor of Norham, dated from York, 16 July 1559. He is to commit no act of violence against [Henry Clifford, second] Earl of Cumberland, under penalty of £1,000. 1p. Copy.
Folio 47
The Earl of Shrewsbury to an annamed lady [Lady Elizabeth Pope?], from Wingfield, September 1559, thanking her for a token of regard. 1p. Draft.
Folio 49
George, Lord Talbot, to the Earl of Shrewsbury, [London], 3 November [1559]. A subsidy has been granted the Queen by the Commons, but she has refused the fifteenths; no bills are passed as yet in the Lords. 1p. Damaged Ms. Endorsed.
Folio 53
The Lords of the Council to Lord Talbot, from Westminster, 23 December 1559, giving instructions for the mustering of horsemen from Derbyshire for defence against the French. 3pp. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.378)
Folio 57
Sir William Cecil to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Westminster, 26 December 1559. There is news of a great armament getting ready in France; footmen from Yorkshire are to march to Berwick and horsemen to go to Newcastle. A post-script states that the French have recruited 1,500 men from Germany and are arming all their ships. 1p. Clerk's hand, subscribed and signed. Endorsed.
Folio 61
Sir Thomas Dacre to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Carlisle, 10 January 1559/60, asking him to be godfather to his newly-born son. 1p. Endorsed 'haste'.
Folio 65
Sir Richard Cholmeley [Cholmondeley] to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Roxby, 14 January 1559/60. He has been commanded to provide one horse and furnish one demi-lance; all except the horse is ready and he asks whether there is great urgency. 1p. Endorsed. Address.
Folio 69
Henry [Radcliffe, second Earl of] Sussex to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, and [Thomas, first Baron] Wharton, Warden of the East and Middle Marches, from Norwich, 20 January 1555/6, asking for a supply of wheat from the north for the town of Yarmouth because of the wet harvest. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address in fifth Earl's hand.
Folio 73
The Duke of Norfolk to Lord Talbot, from Newcastle, 19 February 1559/60, ordering the sending up at once under Henry Vernon, esquire, of 200 tall and able footmen from Derbyshire. 1p. Clerk's hand, subscribed and signed. Endorsed 'haste'.
Folio 77
The Duke of Norfolk to Lord Talbot, from Newcastle, 8 March 1559/60. Carriages and tents are to be furnished for the men from Derbyshire by the captain at his own charge [cf. folio 73]. 1p. Clerk's hand, subscribed and signed. Endorsed 'haste'.
Folio 81
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Kinsley, 12 September 1560, enclosing a commission for the levying of musters in the wapentake of Strafforth. He intends to come to the Earl at Rufford on Saturday. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 85
The Council of the North to [George Talbot, sixth] Earl of Shrewsbury, from York, 24 March 1560/1, asking for the return of books of decrees which his father had as President and for his views on the jurisdiction of the Council over the affairs of the family of Sir William Fairfax. The Earl is guardian of the eldest son, Guy, in his lunacy; the other sons, Gabriel, Henry, and Thomas, have all been suitors to the Council. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 87
Sir Thomas Gargrave to [Francis, fifth] Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Kinsley, Easter Eve, 1560, giving news of a skirmish with the French at Leith. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 91
The Earl of Shrewsbury to an unnamed correspondent, from Sheffield, 20 April 1560. He has received a draft indenture to assure Lady Pope of her jointure, the payment of her debts and of the legacies of Sir Thomas Pope to be made before the end of June next with bonds for 10,000 marks given by Sir William Hewitt, Sir John Yorke and the Earl. He will ensure Lady Pope her jointure, but feels that the bonds are for too much. He is prepared to enter into bonds to pay any debts and legacies which are outstanding at the time of the proposed marriage between Lady Pope and himself, though he had hoped that Lady Pope would rely upon his honour in the matter and she had agreed in her gallery at Clerkenwell to forgo the bonds if the marriage were postponed until midsummer, 1561. He has been in great pain for more than a week and this, 'considered with my years doth much discourage me of any long continuance'. 4pp. Copy.
Folio 95
Unknown correspondent to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Greenwich, 16 May 1560. 'The present occurrences here are rather uncertain than sure, especially towards the north'; it is a source of wonder that Leith can hold out longer than Calais or Guisnes. A force of 3,300 is being prepared to send to Berwick. 1p. Damaged Ms. The signature has been removed.
Folio 97
The order of the forces by land and sea for a grand assault on Leith, with the captains' names, 4 May 1560. 2pp. Clerk's hand. Endorsed.
Folio 101
Henry [Stanley, Lord] Strange to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Greenwich, 2 June 1560, seeking aid in a lawsuit between his servant, John Jackson, and a Mr. Vaughan, to be heard before the Earl and others by a commission from the Court of Requests. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed.
Folio 105
Sir George Bowes to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord President in the North, from Berwick, 6 July 1560. Peace has been concluded with the Scots, notwithstanding a skirmish at Leith. 1p. Endorsed 'haste'.
Folio 109
Francis Alen to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Westminster, 3 September 1560, warning him that the base coinage is likely to be called in soon. The King of Sweden [Eric XIV] is expected in London. The Queen so liked the house of the Lord Treasurer [the Marquess of Winchester] at Basing that she declared had he been younger she might have married him. 2pp. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.422)
Folio 113
Edward [third Baron] Windsor to [George, sixth] Earl of Shrewsbury, from the Court, 4 February 1561/2, acknowledging a letter concerning one of the Earl's servants, John Crosland, and the lease of farmland at Alkmonton. He owes the first refusal of the land to his own tenants but he may be willing to grant the little tenement at Welley [Wellow], 'lying necessary unto your house at Rufford'. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed.
Folio 115
Lord Wharton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Healaugh, 5 November 1561, concerning the proposed marriage between himself and the Earl's sister Ann [Talbot, widow of John, second Baron Bray, cf. MS.3206 folio 407]. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed.
Folio 119
A circular of Court news, dated 9 December 1561. The Duke of Norfolk came to London ten days ago; the King of Sweden is now expected about Easter. 1p. Clerk's hand.
Folio 121
An account, dated 1561, of the stewards' fees granted to Francis, fifth Earl of Shrewsbury, and received in the year and a half before his death in September 1560. 1p. Clerk's hand.
Folio 123
Lord Wharton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Healaugh, 16 January 1562/3. At the time of his marriage to his sister [cf. folios 115 and MS.3206 folio 407], Shrewsbury persuaded him to arrange marriages between his family and the Earl of Cumberland and Lord Dacre, since when he has had more wrongs done him and his servants than in a long time past. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 127
The Lords of the Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Westminster, 15 June 1563, giving directions for raising troops and appointing officers in Derbyshire; there is to be a forbearing of such as are able and necessary for the work of husbandry in harvesting hay or corn. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 131
The Lords of the Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Greenwich, 29 June 1563, giving directions on the appointment of captains and the clothing of the troops to be raised in Derbyshire which it is hoped will avoid the difficulties experienced elsewhere. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 135
Lord Wharton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Healaugh, 10 October 1563. He sends his congratulations to the Countess on her delivery [of Henry Talbot]; his dispute with the Earl of Cumberland is to be settled by mediators [cf. folio 123] 1p. Clerk's hand, subscribed and signed. Endorsed. Address.
Folio 137
William [Herbert, first Earl of] Pembroke to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from the Court, 12 December 1563, acknowledging the receipt of £1,000, part of the marriage settlement for [Francis], Lord Talbot and his daughter [Anne]. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed.
Folio 141
The Lords of the Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Windsor, 22 December 1563, demanding the payment of debts to the Crown forthwith, 'all delays and excuses set apart'. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Subscribed with the acknowledgement of the receipt of £57 10s. 10½d. Endorsed. Address 'received at Sheffield Lodge 18 January 1563 and then answered'. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.427)
Folio 145
Sir Robert Constable to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Berwick, 5 May [1570], giving details of the punitive raid across the Border led by [Thomas Radcliffe, third] Earl of Sussex, including the surrender of Hume Castle. 1p. Damaged Ms. Endorsed 'haste'. Address (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.507)
Folio 149
Sir William Cecil to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Justice of all forests beyond the Trent, from Richmond, 30 July 1565. The Queen has appointed the Earl her Lieutenant in Yorkshire and he has a bill for him, licensing him to retain 100 persons. 1p. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.428)
Folio 153
The Earl of Shrewsbury to the Queen, from Healaugh, 11 August 1565, thanking her Majesty for his appointments as Lieutenant of the counties of York, Nottingham and Derby, and giving news of the state of those counties. 2pp. Draft, clerk's hand. Endorsed.
Folio 155
The Earl of Shrewsbury to Secretary [Sir William] Cecil, from Healaugh, 11 August 1565, thanking him for his friendly letter of 30 July [cf. folio 149] and enclosing the final version of folio 153. 1p. Copy. Endorsed.
Folio 157
Francis [Russell, second Earl of] Bedford to the Earl of Shrewsbury, K.G., Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from Berwick, 17 August 1565, concerning the levying of 2,000 men, 1,600 from Yorkshire and 400 from the Bishopric of Durham. He understands that the Bishopric has not been asked to supply men before but he has nonetheless ordered the raising of the 400 men. 2pp. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.429)
Folio 161
The Earl of Bedford to the Earl of Shrewsbury, K.G., Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from Berwick, 21 August 1565, advising that the 1,600 men [cf. folio 157] be kept in readiness until called upon, it being the Queen's intent 'to have all things in readiness as to provide for wars and yet to preserve good peace'. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed 'haste'. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.431)
Folio 165
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from York, 7 September 1565. The Earl of Bedford has furnished 600 men under four captains. [James Hamilton] Duc de Chatellerault has entered Edinburgh and [Archibald Campbell, fifth] Earl of Argyll has gathered 2,000 Irishmen to him, so that Mary, Queen of Scots is 'betwixt her enemies' with about 3,000 men in Glasgow, 1p. Damaged Ms. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.433)
Folio 169
William Reed to Lord Wharton, from Calell [Carlisle], 5 October 1565. The malcontented Scots lords [cf. folio 165] are in great straits and would prefer to take refuge in England than to admit the English into Scotland, if the Queen were disposed to assist them. 1p. Damaged Ms. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed.
Folio 179
[Thomas Young], Archbishop of York, to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from York, 12 October 1565. He has received a letter from the Earl, enclosing orders from the Queen for the raising of the musters [cf. folio 175]. He would have sent Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl, but learns that he has left Kinsley; he will gladly help Gargrave in Yorkshire while the Earl attends to his other lieutenancies. He encloses a copy of a letter from his servant, Monson, on which he would like advice; he has written to Lincolnshire to apprehend Lewsame. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address.
Enclosing folio 173
George Monson to the Archbishop of York, Lord President in the North, from Lincoln, 6 October 1565, giving information of Popish worship in Grimsby; a former servant of Sir Christopher Danby, Thomas Lewsame, talks of masses held daily in Yorkshire and of conspiracies against the Archbishop's person and claims to have left Danby's service because of it. 1p. Copy. Endorsed as checked with the original.
Folio 183
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from Kinsley, 1 November 1565. Bitter complaints of the state of the musters in Yorkshire; 'ignorance ys an evyll executor of al thyngs'. 1p. Paper seal. Endorsed.
Folio 187
Sir William Cecil to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from Westminster, 8 October 1565. He encloses a letter from the Queen about the musters; it is her wish to keep the peace with Scotland, unless she is provoked by an invasion. [Anthony Browne, first Viscount] Montagu returned yesterday; the treaty with the Scots is suspended by mutual consent until 15 March next. 1p. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.434)
Enclosing folio 175
The Queen to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from Westminster, 8 October 1565. General instructions on the raising of the musters within his lieutenancies. She understands that the gentlemen of Yorkshire are displeased at the appointment of officers from Berwick for troops raised in the county; she attributes this to their willingness to serve her. 2pp. Sign manual. Endorsed. Address.
Folio 189
Francis Alen to the Earl of Shrewsbury, K.G., from Westminster, 11 December 1565. A long letter of gossip and news from the Court of events at home and abroad. 3pp. Clerk's hand, signed, Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.435)
Folio 193
Edward, [ninth Baron] Clinton to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from the Court, 15 December 1565. Sir William Cecil has sent commissions to Sir Thomas Gargrave and others to survey Clinton's lands in the Isle of Axholme with a view to exchanging them for Crown lands. He thanks the Earl for his assistance in the matter; he has sent for the Earl's wine to Bordeaux. 2pp. Endorsed. Address.
Folio 197
Sir George Bowes to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from South Cowton, 5 February 1565/6. The bearer, John Layton, has been appointed by the inhabitants of the North Riding to receive back the armour and weapons lately delivered to the captains at Berwick. Bowes asks the Earl to write to the Earl of Bedford to request that he order the captains to deliver the armour to Layton. 1p. Endorsed. Address. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.440)
Folio 201
Henry Vernon to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Sudbury, 11 June [1562], advising him of a swannymote kept at Bryckely [Brickley] Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838) on 9 June and pleading for mercy for two offenders, a serving man and a shoemaker, who killed a buck when 'the greyhound overslipped them, and a harte with a crossbow'. 2pp. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 205
Thomas Bray to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Sheffield, 5 December 1566, acknowledging two letters from the Earl. The first asked him to speak with Hillsonne and set him in hand with buying ore, but he is no use on account of his simpleness; Bray is using John Lee for the time being. He had the Earl's £700 before his last letter but would not spend any of it because he had no sufficient warrant. As for the furnace, they make good iron indifferently fast; there will be iron but no money against the Earl's coming, the markets are so hard. 1p. Endorsed. 'To my Lorde'. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 212
The Queen to the Earl of Shrewsbury, K.G., no place, 1 April 1566, excusing him from attendance at the Garter feast on St. George's Day. 1p. Sign manual. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.442)
Folio 213
The Earl of Bedford to the Earl of Shrewsbury, Lord Lieutenant of Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, from Berwick, 22 July 1567. The bearer, servant to Lord Talbot, is to seek the Earl's permission for his master to stay at Berwick; it would please Bedford, 'such is the honour and courtesy in him towards all men'. Mary, Queen of Scots is reported to be now prepared to abdicate and to reside abroad. Elizabeth's ambassador, [Sir Nicholas Throckmorton], however, has not yet been allowed to see her. 2pp. Paper seal. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.443)
Folio 215
Acquittance, dated 12 June 10 Elizabeth [1568], for £70 due to Anne, Lady Wharton, from the Earl of Shrewsbury. 1p. Paper seals. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed in sixth Earl's hand.
Folio 221
Unknown correspondent to [Elizabeth], Countess of Shrewsbury, at Tutbury or elsewhere, from London, 24 January 1568/9. The Earl of Shrewsbury is sworn of the Privy Council and Mary, Queen of Scots, is on her way to Tutbury. It is reported that [Ferdinand Alvarez de Toledo], Duke of Alva has, for lack of money, disarmed most of his army and the soldiers are robbing and molesting the Low Countries. There is news that [Louis Bourbon], Prince of Condé has made overtures of peace to the King of France, [Charles IX]. The correspondent hopes that 'the wrath of God fall not on the house of Shrewsbury... as the like hath fallen on other noble houses'. 3pp. Signature removed. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.465)
Folio 225
The Earl of Shrewsbury to Mr. Secretary [Sir William] Cecil, no place [Sheffield], Michaelmas Day, 1569. He acknowledges the receipt of gracious letters from the Queen of 25 September and protests his loyalty even to 'the shedding of my blood when occasion shall require'. He will accept the assistance offered him but 'as I am jealous ... towards all persons specially about me in this service, so I cannot mistrust where I can find no cause'. 1p. Copy. Endorsed in sixth Earl's hand. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.485)
Folio 229
The Queen to [Henry Hastings, third] Earl of Huntingdon, from the Vine, 22 September 1569, ordering him, because of Shrewsbury's illness, to go to him and keep guard over Mary, Queen of Scots. Shrewsbury is of the opinion that Mary should not be moved, for fear of attempts at rescue. When the time seems meet, Mary will be moved to Huntingdon's residence. She is not to have any visitors or to send any letters without Elizabeth's knowledge. 2pp. Copy. Endorsed. (Edmund Lodge, Illustrations of British History (second edition, 1838), i.482, W. de G. Birch, 'Original Documents Relating to Sheffield, principally in connection with Mary Queen of Scots', Journal of the British Archaeological Association (March, 1874) p.312)
Folio 233
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Pontefract Castle, 25 November 1569, giving news of the outbreak of the Northern Rising. The Earls of Northumberland and Westmorland seem to be heading for York, or the far side of the Ouse. He needs money and gunpowder, but the plan of the rebels is ill-concerted and extravagant. 1p. Endorsed 'haste'.
Folio 237
Unknown servant to the Earl of Shrewsbury, no place [Sheffield?], 12 February 1569/70. The survey here is finished, but names three small matters which need to be done, among them the collection of £1 0s. 0½d, arrearage from Mr. [Godfrey] Foljambe of Walton, and thanks Mr. Shakerley for his good cheer. 1p. Signature missing. Endorsed.
Folio 241
Sir Thomas Gargrave to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from York, 17 June 1570. There is no news out of the north, but where the army should have been reduced to save expense, now some stay. [Henry Wriothesley, second] Earl of Southampton and others are in trouble. 1p. Endorsed.
Folio 245
[Thomas Bentham], Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Eccleshall, 22 October 1570. He received at 9 p.m. last night letters from Mr. Secretary [Sir William Cecil] from which he learnt that a former servant of the Earl's, Henry Hall, now a wandering practiser of sedition, is thought to be harboured in Derbyshire or Staffordshire. He lacked suitable men to order a search at once and now thinks it best to work by espiall. 1p. Clerk's hand, superscribed and signed.
Folio 249
The Lords of the Council to the Earl of Shrewsbury, from Hampton Court, 21 November 1570. They have ordered John Molyneux of Thorpe, captain of sundry soldiers that served against the late rebellion, to answer for wages and armour as [Edward Manners, third] Earl of 'Rutland, who has been appointed to enquire into the matter, finds meet [cf. Acts of the Privy Council 1558-70, p.379 ]. 1p. Clerk's hand, signed. Endorsed. Address in sixth Earl's hand.
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GB/109/17253Gargrave; Sir; Thomas (c 1494-1579); Speaker of the House of Commons; Vice-President of the Council of the Northc 1494-1579
GB/109/17258Hamilton; James (c 1519-1575); 2nd Earl of Arran: Duc de Chatelleraultc 1519-1575
DS/UK/6040Hastings; Henry (1536?-1595); 3rd Earl of Huntingdon1536?-1595
GB/109/17265Herbert; William (1506-1570); 1st Earl of Pembroke (1551)1506-1570
GB/109/10732Howard; Thomas III (1538-1572); 4th Duke of Norfolk and Earl of Surrey1538-1572
GB/109/15447Lumley; John (c 1534-1609); 1st Baron Lumley; collector and conspiratorc 1534-1609
GB/109/17278Manners; Edward (1549-1587); 3rd Earl of Rutland1549-1587
NA2249Mary I (1516-1558); Queen of England and Ireland1516-1558
DS/UK/6021Mildmay; Sir; Walter (c 1520-1589); Knight; Chancellor of the Exchequerc 1520-1589
GB/109/17286Neville; Henry (c 1524-1564); 5th Earl of Westmorlandc 1524-1564
GB/109/17229England; Council of the North; 1484-16411484-1641
DS/UK/6296England and Wales; Parliament; 1536-17071536-1707
DS/UK/6020Paulet; William (1485-1572); 1st Marquess of Winchester (1551); Lord Treasurer (1550)1485-1572
GB/109/17293Percy; Thomas (1528-1572); 7th Earl of Northumberland1528-1572
GB/109/17294Petre; Sir; William (c 1505-1572); Administratorc 1505-1572
GB/109/17499Pius IV (1499-1565); Pope1499-1565
DS/UK/5192England and Wales; Privy Council; 1536-17071536-1707
GB/109/17296Radcliffe; Henry (1507-1557); 2nd Earl of Sussex1507-1557
GB/109/17297Radcliffe; Thomas (c 1526-1583); 3rd Earl of Sussexc 1526-1583
GB/109/17503England and Wales; Court of Requests; 1483-16421483-1642
GB/109/17509Russell; John (c 1485-1555); Earl of Bedfordc 1485-1555
GB/109/17327Young; Thomas (1507-1568); Archbishop of York1507-1568
GB/109/16613Sadler; Sir; Ralph (1507-1587); diplomat1507-1587
GB/109/17312Stanley; Edward (1509-1572); 3rd Earl of Derby1509-1572
GB/109/17315Stanley; Henry (1531-1593); 4th Earl of Derby1531-1593
GB/109/17524Talbot; Lady; Anne Herbert (1550-1592)1550-1592
DS/UK/3138Talbot; Elizabeth (1518-1608); née Hardwick; wife of 6th Earl of Shrewsbury1518-1608
GB/109/17525Talbot; Francis (c 1550-1582)c 1550-1582
GB/109/17309Talbot; Francis (1500-1560); 5th Earl of Shrewsbury1500-1560
DS/UK/5958Talbot; George (c.1522-1590); 6th earl of Shrewsburyc.1522-1590
GB/109/17528Throckmorton; Nicholas (1515-1571); English Ambassador to Scotland1515-1571
GB/109/17529Talbot; Lady; Gertrude Manners (-c 1556); Countess of Shrewsbury-c 1556
GB/109/17530Talbot; Lady; Grace Shakerley (-1558)-1558
GB/109/17324Talbot; Hon; Henry (fl. 1560-1595)fl. 1560-1595
DS/UK/3216Tunstall; Cuthbert (1474-1559); Bishop of Durham1474-1559
GB/109/17331Wharton; Thomas (c 1495-1568); 1st Baron Whartonc 1495-1568
GB/109/17534Windsor; Edward (-1574); 3rd Baron Windsor-1574
GB/109/17332Wriothesley; Sir; Henry (c 1545-1581); 2nd Earl of Southamptonc 1545-1581
GB/109/19597Louis II de Bourbon (1621-1686); Prince de Condé; general1621-1686
GB/109/19075Mary (1542-1587); Queen of Scots1542-1587
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