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State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair
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State papers podcast slides – Katy Mair

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  • SP 14/81 f.120 Thomas Wilson to Ambrose Randolph, 24 Aug 1615.
  • Oath 1612
  • SP 45/20 f.1 – Ralph Sadler’s list
  • Wilson’s history of SPO – SP 45/20 item 85
  • Warrant, SP 45/20 item 12
  • Edward Coke, SP 45/20 item74
  • Bill
  • SP 45/20 item 12 –’eight years reducing them out of extreme confusion’
  • Transcript

    • 1. SP 14/81 f.120Thomas Wilson toAmbrose Randolph,24 Aug 1615.
    • 2. ‘…to serve the King truly and faithfully as Clerk, Keeper, and Registrar of His Majesty’s Papers and Records for matters of State established at Whitehall, to preserve said papers said Papers and Records from harm and damage, not to suffer any to be purloined, embezzled or defaced; to keep secret such things therein contained as shall be fit for his Majesty’s service to be concealed, and to do his best to recover such papers as may have been detained or embezzled by private persons’ SP 14/94 f.1922 SP 45/20 f.27
    • 3. ‘Bagges of Bokes, Lettres and other Writenges remayninge in the study at Westminster, and in several tilles within the same’ SP 45/20 f.13
    • 4. 4
    • 5. [the office was] in the custodyand possession of Dr Wilsonwhen he was but master ofrequests before he wassecretary of state my selfe beingthen in his house att stkatherine’s ^before my going toCambridge^ a boy of 16 yearesold whom he imployed in writingand handeling of such papersas were then and now are herein this office when he was madesecretary …Dr James gat theoffice and a fee of 40 li ^by mylord leicester’s meanes^… SP 45/20 f.1075
    • 6. 6 Wilson’s history of SPO – SP 45/20, f.109
    • 7. Warrant, SP 45/20, f.267
    • 8. Papers of Sir Edward Coke, SP 45/20 ff 93-4.8
    • 9. Bill of services done – SP 45/20, f.519
    • 10. … ‘and not bee buried amongst dead papers whereof there is not soe much use made as the treasure therein hidden deserves’ SP 14/88 f.8310

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