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Sealed. Endd. 0. 8 June. R*0. 2. r. Hen. " Rents of assize in Yorkshire, Northumb. and Cumb. in fee and reversion, 3,000Z. Woodsales, yearly value, 500/. , 8761. Total, 3,876/. l. 20. J O H N , BISHOP OP LINCOLN, to CEOMWELL. I have received your letters touching the gift of the prebend of Leighton, which I understand by your letters is now void, and shall be glad to perform your request as far as I can. The truth is, as I showed your * I n t h e same M S . -will h e found (if. solutions of tho Emperor's council with a v i e w t o despatches into Italy, t h e first dated 18 M a y and tho second drawn up apparently ahout this time, but undated.
Hutton was distinctly of opinion tliat slie would make an excellent match for the King,^ and wo shall see in the next volume of this Calendar that his advice was not altogether unheeded. One other important feature of foreign politics it would be wrong to pass over in silence, seeing that it dominated the entire European situation. Throughout the whole of 1537 the dread of tbe Turk in Italy, Hungary, and elsewhere was particularly acute. * News came in June that the Turkish fleet was anchored off Apuglia,® but the intelligence may have been premature.
Iii. Md. My bill of restitution I discharge both my sovereign Lords of; which by record amounts to 4,400/. and odd. " Trusting his Grace wiU the rather command tbe wi^iin written debts to be paid. Sol, pp. 2. " 2. JOHN LOED HUSE to HENBY V H I . Requests of his charity. ) I have paid ^- OA 61931. Wt, 2 2 2 0 0 . A 2 29 I I E N E Y VIII. 1537. 2. —cont, his Grace the sum of 3,000Z. as will appear by my book signed by the Treasurer of tbe Chamber; " for the which sum his Grace gave me my pardon ready to be showed, so it touched nothing of his words, scilicet.