Part f. 18r - Account of money payable to Gilbert Gerard and Richard Onslow, authorised by the Marquess of Winchester and Walter Mildmay, and directed to Humphrey Shelton and the tellers of the Receipt

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Crewe MS/27/f. 18r

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Account of money payable to Gilbert Gerard and Richard Onslow, authorised by the Marquess of Winchester and Walter Mildmay, and directed to Humphrey Shelton and the tellers of the Receipt

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  • [June or July 1567] (Creation)

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£66 13s. 4d. is to be allowed to Gilbert Gerard, attorney general, and to Richard Onslow, solicitor general, for their work in ‘drawinge of bookes’ and attendance in connection with the suit between between the Queen and the Earl of Northumberland concerning copper, gold, and silver mines [the ‘Case of Mines’], in which judgement was given for the Queen, and also for their work in another matter relating to the College of Llandinbrevie(?) [this is the apparent reading], in which judgement was also given for the Queen.

(Headed ‘At the liberate Termino Trinitatis anno Decimo Regine Elizabeth’’. In the hand of an amanuensis. Signed by Winchester and Mildmay.)

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Tipped into Crewe MS 27 (f. 18r).

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