(former reference: Comp 1W10)
||21 Jun 1586–10 Jul 1586
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Two letters from Sir Francis Walsingham, Lord Treasurer, to King's College, concerning the College's refusal to demise Sampford Courtenay manor to the Queen [Elizabeth I].
Access and Use|
See Coll. 1/69 for a transcript of these letters. Heywood and Wright 'The Ancient Laws of the Fifteenth Century for King's College..' transcribes the correspondence from the College to the Government on this subject. (lib ref NW K 534)
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