Number XL. Littleston's declaration, November 1574, of
certain English gentlemen, that have entertainment of the
king of Spain.
Number XLI. Scory, lord bishop of Hereford, to the lord trea-
surer: against some clerks of the exchequer, intending to
suppress, under the name of colleges, divers parsonages in
[Number XLI.] Mr. Rafe Lane's account of his offer to go
into the Levant in the king of Spain's service, against the
Turk, from his own pen.
Number XLII. A true certificate and perfect note of fees and
duties paid heretofore, and now be paid at this present, for
citations, and all other ecclesiastical instruments, in the bi-
shop of Norwich's consistory court.
Number XLIII. Sir Thomas Smith, and the earl of Leicester,
to the lord treasurer Burleigh, members of the society of the
new art, for transmuting iron into copper: Medley, the chy-
Number XLIV. Sir Thomas Smyth to the lord treasurer Bur-
leigh ; upon the same business.
Number XLV. Mr. Jobn Dee to the lord treasurer : offering to
discover to the queen where treasures of gold, silver, &c.
were hid in the bowels of the earth.
Number XLVI. A proclamation for the redress of inordinate
apparel, anno 1559.
Number XLVII. Cox, bishop of Ely, to the queen : upon her
requiring his house in Holborn for Mr. Hatton, her vice-
Number XLVIII. Cox, bishop of Ely, to the queen : who had
wrote to bim to demise the manor of Somersham to her, for
the lord North.
[Number XLVIII.] Reasons drawn up by Cox, bishop of Ely,
and sent to the lord treasurer : to tender the state of God's
Number XLIX. The substance of the complaints of the lord
North against the bishop of Ely, in his letter to him. With
the bishop's answer to each.