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Process before the Privy Council on a petition from the Merchant Adventurers termed of the New Hanse against the Merchants of the Old Hanse, praying for the annulling of certain bye-laws and statutes made by the latter; with the decree of the Council on 30 May 1553, condemning the plaintiffs in toto, 1553

MS. Rawl. C. 394, pp. 121–146

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"Accordyng to which said decree, the said John Tulle and John Dymmocke were committed to the Fleete; other of the chief stirrers were dismyssed of their fredoms; and somme others submytted themselves, and paide suche penalties as they were adjudged to pay; whose names I doo omytt for to avoide occasion of all grudge and contention, praying Almightie God so to indewe both parties with grace and mutuell love, that nowe being unyted, they may for ever contynewe in brotherly conformyte, concorde and peace."


  • Creation: 1553


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MS. Rawl. C. 394, pp. 121–146


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