Part f. 24r - Application from Richard Mynsterley for an allowance for riding, authorised by the Marquess of Winchester

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Crewe MS/27/f. 24r

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Application from Richard Mynsterley for an allowance for riding, authorised by the Marquess of Winchester

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  • Sept. 1565 (Creation)

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Richard Mynsterley, one of the messengers of the Queen’s Chamber, asks for an allowance of 26s. 8d. for riding at the command of the Lord High Treasurer [the Marquess] from the Treasurer’s place at London to deliver letters to Mr Dawbeny [probably Christopher Daubeney] at ‘Shyryngton’ [Sharrington], 20 miles beyond Norfolk, [and for returning to London?—the text is unclear]. Mynsterley asks for an allowance for his charges and pains to be rated by the Treasurer at 2s. 8d. a day and paid by one of the tellers of the Receipt. ‘I was owt In thys Jorney x days.’

(Marked ‘fiat Alloc[atum]’, and signed by the Marquess of Winchester.)

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Tipped into Crewe MS 27 (f. 24r).

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Compare Nottinghamshire Archives, DD/TS/6/5/13.

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