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Vol. III. Miscellaneous papers of Leicester

Maker:  Papers, Dudley


Dudley Papers: Vol. III. Miscellaneous papers of Leicester, and his family 1559-1601, including Address of the House of Commons to Queen Elizabeth urging her to marry, seven pages, 1563 [the Queen's answer to this Address, and a similar Address of the House of the Lords of 1566, are bound in Volume III], a list of servants' wages, 1559-61; memorandum of allowance of the Master of the Horse for harness and horse furniture with other papers relating to this office; list of payments made to tradesmen and others, 1560; notes concerning Leicester's debts; deposition (sworn 1581) of Humphrey Tyndall [Leicester's chaplain], of his having secretly married the Earl of Leicester to Lettice, Countess of Essex at Wanstead, in 1578; notes concerning Leicester's land. A collection of petitions mostly addressed to Leicester, including a petition of the Earl of Leicester's Players, with the names (written in one hand) of James Burbage, John Perkin, John Laneham, William Johnson, Robert Wilson and Thomas Clarke, asking to be retained in his household, and below four lines of verse added in another hand ('Long may your Lordshippe live in peace/a pere of noblest peres:/In helth & welth & prosperitie/redoubling Nestors yeres'./

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