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    East Indies, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1600

    good for the purpose: the bearer, Mr. Frobisher, will certify all particulars. Frobisher and Lok have had large talk with Burcot, but find his demands far out of reason; Jonas, to whom they give the preference, not willing to join

    East Indies, May 1579, 01 May 1579-31 May 1579

    between Burcot and Jonas for mastership of the great works. Pension of 100 l . a year granted to Burcot, and a patent to be chief workmaster. The Commissioners' dealings with Jonas in the meantime. Frobisher ' s duplicity. Burcot

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 119, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    proposals of Dr. Burcot are out of reason, and inferior to those made by Jonas. Sebastian, the Dutch millwright and Hendrik, the mason, must be sent for. Incloses , 12. i. Note of conference with Dr. Burcot as to terms Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 534, August 1633, 01 August 1633-31 August 1633

    Note from Nicholas to Sir William Becher, Clerk of the Council. To acquaint the Council that the barges coming from Burcot to Woolwich and Deptford with the King's timber must pass Wallingford Bridge, which no barge above the breadth of Subscribers-only content

    East Indies, November 1581, 01 November 1581-30 November 1581

    The procurers of the third voyage in 1578, which cost 15,000 l ., were Jonas and Denham, and chiefly Dr. Burcot, who gave bond of the value of the ore from the second voyage. Frobisher ' s double dealing and

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 129, January 1579, 01 January 1579-31 January 1579

    13. Exeter. 6. Edw. Fenton to the Council. Mr. Edgeombe has found the place of the ore delivered to Mr. Burcot, and offers to provide and deliver the ore at Dartford at his own charges. Jan. 13. Exeter. 7. Same Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, July 1652, 01 July 1652-31 July 1652

    on security in double value, they restore him all his goods taken for the said arrears. 25 151 William Evans, Burcot, Wells Parish, Somerset. 3 Vol. G No. or p. 28 July 1652. Petitions against the sequestration of his copyhold Subscribers-only content


    21, for Dorothy read Dr. Fage. 2745, line 3, for Rob. read Thos. Molineux. 2832, line 19, for Dulcot read Burcot. 2849, 14 lines from bottom, for Elswick farm read a farm in Elswick. 2983, line 15, for James Levington Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 244, August 1-17, 1633, 01 August 1633-17 August 1633

    co. Berks to perform the land-carriage of ship timber from the forests of Shotover and Stowood to the waterside at Burcot, claiming privilege under the University of Oxford. By their example other towns and persons assume the same immunities, so Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, March 1606, 05 March 1606-31 March 1606

    Cecil Papers March 1606 March 1606 Proceedings in Parliament. 1605 6, Mar. 5. 1. Mr. Hare against the composition [for purveyance ] , he would never hear the name of it more. That if we return without effecting our

    Charles I - volume 308, Undated 1635

    , Mr. Cawdrey; Naseby, Mr. Perkins; Courteenhall, Mr. Castle; Hinton, Mr. Moreton; Marston-Lawrence, Mr. Chauncey; Warkworth, Mr. Marston; Pattishall, Mr. Burcot; Litchborough, All Saints, Mr. Ball; Braybrooke, Mr. Bent; Clendon, Mr. Baxter; MarstonTrussell, Mr. Horneby; Maidwell St. Peter, "the chapel Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1670-31 December 1670

    Duke of Bunce , Sir James, Bart. petitions of Stephen, petition of Bundock's Wharf , ships at Bunnington , Nich. Burcot , or Burkett, timber at, to, or from Burges , Col. Fras. Eliz., wife of, petition of Nich. Burgh Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    Bevys, prospecting fo r gold, letter from, 344. Bundroes [? ] (Bondrowise) [Co. Leitrim ] , 291. Buquoy. See Bucquoy. Burcot , , a shoemaker, 83. Burdeaux. See Bordeaux. Burdett , John, 6. Burford , Thomas, 12, 34. Burges ,

    Charles I - volume 198, August, 1631, 01 August 1631-31 August 1631

    to visit the river, and consult how abuses in fishing and impediments of the navigation may be removed, especially between Burcot and Oxford. Aug. 18. Canbury. 42. [Lord Keeper Coventry ] to Sec. Dorchester. Fragment of a letter. He had Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, August 1562, 21-31, 21 August 1562-31 August 1562

    is dead of the smallpox. "My Lady Marquis" is in great danger by the jaundice. The physicians half despair, but Burcot, the Dutchman, at a pinch is like to do some good, if he may be suffered. Sends a letter

    Charles I - volume 241, June 15-30, 1633, 15 June 1633-30 June 1633

    repairing the ways about Oxford, are exempt from all purveyance and carriages of ship timber from Shotover and Stowood to Burcot. [ One page . ] June 19. 20. Certificate of Lawrence Whitaker, Roger Mainwaring, and others, with a subsequent Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    Hertford document dated from Burbadge , Wilts Burbage , William Burby , Edward Burcombe , co. Wilts, document dated from Burcot , co. Oxford Burderop , co. Wilts, documents dated from Burdett , Sir George, letter of George, M.A., lecturer Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 392, June 1-14, 1638, 01 June 1638-14 June 1638

    Majesty's storehouse at Broken Wharf, at the usual rates for his Majesty's carriages, vizt., from L ondon to Wallingford and Burcot 5 s . per ton, to Reading 4 s . 2 d ., to Henley 3 s . 4 Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 March 1625-31 January 1649

    Bunratty , Ireland, relief of Buntingford , co. Herts, house of correction at Burch , Capt. William Burcher , Richard Burcot , co. Oxon, barges from Burdel , Nicholas Burden or Burdon , Reginald certificate of Burdett , [George ] Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, June 1670, 01 June 1670-30 June 1670

    her, so that she may be in the water. Also move about [Chris. ] Andrews' bringing in the timber from Burcot; he only employs one barge, and the water will be so low towards the end of summer that it Subscribers-only content

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