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Elizabeth I to the commissioners for musters in Norfolk [copy], with modern transcript
Elizabeth I to the commissioners for musters in Norfolk [copy], with modern transcript
Form of oath to be taken by captains of the trained bands
Form of oath to be taken by captains of the trained bands
Sir John Heydon, Yarmouth, to Nathaniel Bacon: on departing for the wars.
Sir John Heydon, Yarmouth, to Nathaniel Bacon: on departing for the wars.
Receipt from Sir John Hart to Nathaniel Bacon for £200 for apparelling soldiers raised in Norfolk for service in Ireland
Receipt from Sir John Hart to Nathaniel Bacon for £200 for apparelling soldiers raised in Norfolk for service in Ireland
Orders concerning the provision of soldiers for Ireland, signed by Nathaniel Bacon, Christopher Heydon and Philip Woodhouse
Orders concerning the provision of soldiers for Ireland, signed by Nathaniel Bacon, Christopher Heydon and Philip Woodhouse
Letters patent to the lord keeper and privy council authorising them to appoint commissioners for musters in various counties; copy in Martin Man's hand; with modern transcript
Letters patent to the lord keeper and privy council authorising them to appoint commissioners for musters in various counties; copy in Martin Man's hand; with modern transcript
Commissioners for musters in Norfolk to Bassingbourne Gawdy: order to be prepared for musters; signed by Nicholas Bacon, Edward Clere and Nathaniel Bacon [Purchased from Parke-Bernet]
Commissioners for musters in Norfolk to Bassingbourne Gawdy: order to be prepared for musters; signed by Nicholas Bacon, Edward Clere and Nathaniel Bacon [Purchased from Parke-Bernet]
Commissioners for musters in Norfolk to the privy council: about soldiers for Ireland; copy by Martin Man with modern transcript
Commissioners for musters in Norfolk to the privy council: about soldiers for Ireland; copy by Martin Man with modern transcript
Colonel George Townshend, Cranmer, to Philip Case: Mr Collison, a tenant of Lord Townshend, has persuaded two militia men in Eynsford hundred not to take the oaths and enrol; asks what legal penalties should be enforced. With endorsement by Case that this accusation was groundless.
Colonel George Townshend, Cranmer, to Philip Case: Mr Collison, a tenant of Lord Townshend, has persuaded two militia men in Eynsford hundred not to take the oaths and enrol; asks what legal penalties should be enforced. With endorsement by Case that this accusation was groundless.
Thomas Corbett, Admiralty Office, to Philip Case, mayor of Lynn: Case has written about several seamen who entered the Swift at Lynn on promise of being discharged; when the present service of watching the motions of the French at Dunkirk is over, she will be ordered back to Lynn.
Thomas Corbett, Admiralty Office, to Philip Case, mayor of Lynn: Case has written about several seamen who entered the Swift at Lynn on promise of being discharged; when the present service of watching the motions of the French at Dunkirk is over, she will be ordered back to Lynn.
Philip Columbine, St Quintin, Humber, to [Philip Case], mayor of King's Lynn: asks him to secure deserters, William Gregory and Thomas Preston, if they have gone to Lynn.
Philip Columbine, St Quintin, Humber, to [Philip Case], mayor of King's Lynn: asks him to secure deserters, William Gregory and Thomas Preston, if they have gone to Lynn.
Information sworn before John Cary by Elizabeth Gray, widow of John Gray who was killed at Culloden, that her husband's place of settlement was at Yarmouth.
Information sworn before John Cary by Elizabeth Gray, widow of John Gray who was killed at Culloden, that her husband's place of settlement was at Yarmouth.
Proclamation adding 20s to the King's Bounty for any seaman freely enlisting at Lynn; every constable who shall apprehend any seaman lurking about is entitled to 20s by the king's proclamation. [draft]
Proclamation adding 20s to the King's Bounty for any seaman freely enlisting at Lynn; every constable who shall apprehend any seaman lurking about is entitled to 20s by the king's proclamation. [draft]
Robert Underwood to Thomas Smith: about his claim for £5 3s for journey from Norwich to Lynn to receive volunteers in the navy service [copy with endorsement
Robert Underwood to Thomas Smith: about his claim for £5 3s for journey from Norwich to Lynn to receive volunteers in the navy service [copy with endorsement
Letter from Lord Kirkwall seeking recognition from the Sultan for his services in the Crimea
Letter from Lord Kirkwall seeking recognition from the Sultan for his services in the Crimea
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