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Extract out of the Indenture between Rich. 3 & Robt Brakynbery.

And for the Covenants abovesaid well and truely to be held + performed on the part of the said Master and that he shall {bere} him towards our said Soveraigne Lord the King and his people in the same office well and Covenably and that he shall make gree to the King the said Maister hath made bodily oath afore our said Soveraigne Lord the King in his Chauncerie and bindeth him his heires and Executors to the same our soveraigne Lord the King by these presents and for more Suretes to make gree to the Marchants of that that to them belongeth of Gold and Silver which he shall receive by maner as is abovesaid while he shall be in the said office the foresaid Maister hath found borowes afore our said Soveraigne Lord the King in his Chauncerie that is to say Sir Rauf Assheton Knught william Tunstall Sqier Iohn Hoton Sqier Iohn Kirkely of London GoldSmith and Iohn Snoryng of London Fyshemonger which have under take for the said minster that is to say everych of them uppon peyn of C that he shall make gree to the marchants as is aforesaid the which summe of Clb everych of the said Borows by himselfe hath grannted to be levyd of their hands and tenementes goods and Catell to thuse of our said Soveraigne Lord the King in case it be duly proved that the said maister doe the contrie therof In witnesse of which Etc

Extract. Out of the Indenture between Q. Eliz. & Iohn Lonyson. Anno 14 Regni Elizabethe.

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And for the Covenants agreements Grannts + premises abovesaid well any truely to be holden and performed on the part of the said Master and that he shall beare himselfe towards our Soveraigne Lady the Queene and her people in the same office well + Covenably and that he shall make gree to the Queene the said master hath made bodily oath above our Soveraigne Lady the Queene in her Channcery and bindeth himselfe his heires + Executors to our Soveraigne LAdy the Queene by these presents and for more surety to make gree to the Queen and the merchants of that belongeth to them of Gold Sivler which he shall receive by and in manner as is aforesaid while he shall be in the said office the aforesaid master hath found Borrowes + Sureties afore our Soveraigne Lady the Queene in her Chancery aforesaid in the sume of two thousand pounds and that upon paine thereof he shall make gree to the Queenes Highnesse and to the merchants in manner + same as is aforesaid In witnesse whereoff

Extract out of the Indenture between the King & Henry Slingsby Esquire dated Oct 28 an 22 Car. II An. Dom 1670.

And for the Covenants Agreements Grants & Premisses abovesaid well & truly to be holden and performed on the part of the said Master, & that he shall beare himself towards our Soveraign Lord the King & his people in the said Office well & covenably, And that he shall make gree to the King the said Master hath made bodily oath before our said Soveraign Lord the King in his Chancery And bindeth himself his heirs & Executors to our soveraign Lord the King by these presents. And for more surety to make gree to the King and to the Merchant of that belongeth to them of the Gold or Sivler which he or they shall receive by & in manner as aforesaid whilst he or they shall be in the said Office the aforesaid Master hath found burrowes & Sureties in his Majestys Court of Exchequer in the summ of 2000, that upon paine he shall make gree to his Majesty & the Merchant in manner & form as aforesaid.

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