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- Held At: Parliamentary Archives: GB-061
- Catalogue Reference: HL/PO/JO/10/1/1
- Date: 1 Feb 1509 - 2 Mar 1581
- Level: File
- Description: This record contains:
1 February 1509 -- Recognizance entered into by Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, William Ketelton, and John Blythe, for payment of 200 marks to the King.
15 March 1514 -- Counterpart of indenture made between Sir Andrew Fortescue, Knight, and Sir John Daunce, Knight, being a receipt for money paid for charges for 50 soldiers, 30 of them from Bradeston, in Gloucestershire, and 20 from Stoner in Oxfordshire, to Dover.
 -- Draft of "An Act for reducing of diversities of Bibles now extant in the English tongue to one settled vulgar translated from the original."
10 December 1566 -- Draft preamble to Act of one fifteenth and tenth granted by the temporalty.
1 Rejected draft of preceding.
2 Proviso to Act above mentioned.
1571 -- Copy of "An Act for the incorporation of both the Universities."
1581 -- Copy of "An Act for perfecting of assurances of certain lands towards the maintenance of a free grammar school within the city of Coventry."
- System of Arrangement:
Some documents may have been removed from this file to the Parchment Collection, the Large Parchments or the Parchment Main Papers. Where this has occurred it is noted in brackets in the descriptions above. Please see relevant entries in the Parchment Collection (HL/PO/JO/10/2), Large Parchments (HL/PO/JO/10/3) or Parchment Main Papers (HL/PO/JO/10/4) for further details.
- Related Material: For a related record: See Journals of the House of Lords for the same date for entries relating to the laying of these papers.
- Access Status: Open
- Finding Aids: Finding Aids
Calendared in HMC 3rd Report, p 4
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