Part f. 26r - Application from Richard Mynsterley for an allowance for riding, authorised by the Marquess of Winchester

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Crewe MS/27/f. 26r

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

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  • 25 Nov. 1562 (Creation)

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Richard Mynsterley, one of the messengers of the Queen’s Chamber, asks for an allowance of £5 16d. for riding at the command of the Lord High Treasurer [the Marquess] from the Treasurer’s place at London to Cheshire and Lancashire, as far as Hornby Castle, to deliver letters to the collectors in those shires. 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 out xxxviij dayes in thys same Jorney.’

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

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Tipped into Crewe MS 27 (f. 26r).

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