Selections from the Records of the City of Oxford

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William Henry Turner
1880 - 478 páginas
 

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is readmitted by the University 152
30
William Fleming compounds for the office of Chamberlain 1522
32
The Kings letter to the Bailiffs complaining of their not empanelling a sufficient
42
For searching for a foundation of the Town Hall at Smithgate 1583 p 433
54
Election of Thomas Friar to be Alderman and Michael Heth to be Coroner
55
The Bailiffs are imprisoned by the Commissary o the University in Bocardo
56
Writ to enforce the University Charter and for the Mayor and Bailiffs to appear
62
In respect of the office of Bellman 1530
67
Proceedings in consequence of the refusal of the Mayor c to take the oath
69
The answer of the Scholars and Commissary to the Bill of complaint 1530 p
81
PRESENTATION TO THE CHURCHES PRESENTATION TO THE CHURCHES
94
Articles exhibited by the Mayor and Burgesses of the Town of Oxford against
95
John Pie admitted to the office of Chamberlainship hath paid 5 1531 p
103
Appointment to the Keepership of Bocardo 1531
104
Copy of the obligation binding the Town in five hundred pounds to abide
110
Richard Wickstead and William Spencer compound for Chamberlains places
116
The Mayor Aldermen and other citizens discommoned 1533 p
117
St Martins 1510 p I St Mary Magdalen 1534 p
119
Clauses contained in the writings of the Mayor and his brethren thought to
127
Ordinance concerning the stocking of Port meadow 15
132
St Ebbes 1510 p 2 St Giles 1534
134
Proceedings in relation to certain information sent to the Privy Council by John
140
The Charter of the corporation of butchers of Oxford 1536
144
Lease of two cottages on north side of the Castle mills 1537
149
P
150
Reparelling the poor in the almshouse 1579
152
St Aldates 1515
154
Lease of land in St PeterleBailey 1539
155
Letter from the Privy Council requiring the Mayor to send an authorized person
156
St Clements 1516
160
Letter from Privy Council to send up to Newgate two prisoners in Bocardo 1541
161
Burgesses of Parliament elected 1572
163
Lease of a garden without Southbridge 1542
165
Lease from Oseney of property bequeathed by John Howell 1538
167
The differences between the City and University referred to arbitrament 1542
168
Thomas Cogan admitted to the office of Chamberlain 1542
169
William Kelney amerced ros for wrongful vexation of
173
Accounts concerning the surrendering of Oseney Abbey 1544
174
For procuring certain persons to serve his Majesty in the war 1545
176
Locks at Rewley to be stopped for interfering with the Castle mills
177
Confirmation of King Edward the Thirds Charter by the Privy Council 1543
178
A monition to the Mayors Serjeant 1546
179
Thomas Swadling discharged of the office of Chamberlain 1546
181
Payments made on account of the surrender of Oseney and St Frideswides 1546
182
Form of deed for compounding for the office of Chamberlain 1548 p
187
Touching the University Charters for the sale of wine 1553
188
A quit claim of John Dinnel of Appleton enrolled 1516
189
Lease of the site of Austin Friars 1547
191
Armour to be provided for the Town soldiers 1548
192
John Westborn compounds for the office of Chamberlain 1548 p
193
Annuity granted to William Jones alias Baker 1548
194
The Kings patent for St Frideswides Fair to be obtained 1548
196
Richard Terryke to have a tenement called the Pyehouse 1549
197
Thomas Foster compounds for the office of Chamberlain
200
Bartram Laut discharged of the office of Constable 1549
201
William Jones discharged from paying rent 1549
202
John Roppe to have the land under the Town wall 1551
203
St Giles 1524
209
John Symson discharged of the offices of Chamberlain and Bailiff 1549
210
Payments made to be discharged of the office of Constable 1552
211
harters for the sale of wine 1552
214
St PetersintheEast
217
Cranmer Ridley and Latimer
218
New order for the election of the Mayor 1554
219
John Hartley compounds for a Chamberlains place 1554
221
Concerning John Garnet the scholar 1555
222
Augmentation of the Serjeants fees 1555
225
Letter ordered to the Lord Treasurer for payment of the expenses of Cranmer
233
Archbishop Cranmers death related by a bystander 1556
240
Stewards for the election dinner 1575
256
p 240
280
The order for speaking in the Councilhouse 1560
281
An order for the laying out of the Chamberlains 1561
286
Thomas Smalepage dismissed the Councilhouse 1562
287
A letter from the Privy Council to enquire concerning a disorder committed
289
New orders for the election of Mayor Bailiffs and Chamberlains 1562
290
Thomas Furres and William Hortoppe dismissed the Councilhouse 1562 p
293
Turfdigging in Port meadow prohibited 1561
294
When the election of the Mayor shall be and how 1562
297
William Spencer and Thomas Almon again admitted to the Councilhouse 1562
300
The rent of Cripley to be paid 1562
303
The Chamberlains to be elected after the old custom 1563
305
No citizen to be paid for City business but only for ordinary charges 1564 p
306
Ordinance concerning the election of the Mayor 1564
307
The rate of cattle which shall be put into Port meade 1565
309
John Dobson appointed Keeper of Bocardo 1565
311
Provision for the Queens Majestys coming 1566
314
Payment to be made by fishmongers for their stalls 15
316
Petition from the Bailiffs to Archbishop Parker for payment of their expenses
317
Meal to be forfeited if not ground at the Castle mills 1568
323
Rate and stint of cattle on Port meadow erased 1569
327
An order concerning the election of the Mayor 1569
328
A deed from Abingdon placed in safe custody of the Mayor c 1569 p
331
Extracts from the Chamberlains accounts 1520 p 29 1545 p 177 1549
332
Suit against William Barton by the University 1571
335
Regulations concerning Port meadow 1571 P
336
An act compelling the freemen to grind at the Castle mills 1571
338
Mr Coxe confesses to have ground corn away from the Castle mills 1582 p 428
344
Freemen admitted by order of Council to be also sworn at a court 1572 p
347
Parishes to provide leather buckets 1573
348
John Smith fined for opprobrious words 1573
349
Ordinances for the Company of tailors 1571
350
Process in the University Court against William Noble 1574
352
Mr Mayor and others to go to London 1574
357
For hayning of Port meadow 1572
358
Orders of the Lords of the Council concerning the disputes between the University
365
Suits in the Star Chamber by William Noble 1575
374
Enrolment of Antony Bishops charter 1534
376
Freemen not to be charged with the Tuesdays sermon 1576
379
Those to be dismissed out of Court for bringing the University seal 1576
380
None to be elected Mayor but out of the Aldermen 1576
381
Riding of the franchises 1572
382
Letter to the University concerning the cause of Bennet against Wayte 1576
388
An order for the wearing of gowns 1577
394
Letters from the Lords of the Privy Council to the Justices of Assize and to
396
Lease of the game of Swans to Mr Smythe 1578
397
Certain shears of arrows brought in by Nicholas Gosson 1579
403
Refusal to depart the Councilhouse after being requested by the Mayor so to
409
For a dinner to be given by the Mayor at the sessions 1520
411
Undecent words spoken by Richard Lloyd 1581
414
Mr Frere not to wear scarlet 1581
415
To have the confirmation of the University Charter under the broad seal 1582
421
Swans nest leased to Mr Shepreve 1582 p
425
Election of High Steward 1559
427
Bedels for beggars chosen 1582
430
A stipend to be given to a preacher 1583
431
The receiving of Noblemen into the City 1583
432
P 323
436
Thomas Denton elected Recorder 1557
444
abrogated
446
Fines for not coming to the Mayors Council 1563
447
Robert Smythe Thomas Longe and William Fernesyde admitted as freemen
452
For the house of correction for the poor 1579
453
Lease to Augustyn Kyrke and William Nabbe 1555
456
Order against canvassing for the office of Bailiff or Alderman 1546 p 182
462
P 405
464
William Flemyng compounds for the office of Bailiff 1522
465
William Hewster admitted as a freeman 1557
467
The Members of Parliament
468
Allowance to the Bailiffs of 4 towards the Kings feefarm to be abated from
473

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