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Calendar of State Papers Domestic Elizabeth vols 1-146
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SP12/7/80 Item missing as at June 1978 - in ms in TNA copy held in Map Room there.
SP12/8/33 1599 should read 1559 corrected in ms in TNA copy held in Map Room there. (Hereafter TNA copy)
SP12/9 Accounts of should read List of contributors to - TNA copy.
SP12/17/21 Should be Merton College, Oxford not Cambridge. - TNA copy.
SP12/17/26 Should be Sir John Arundell not John Arundell - TNA copy.
SP12/17/32 Should be John Scorey, Bishop of Hereford not John Seory -TNA copy.
SP12/17/34 Date is after 1582 - see The History of the Kings Works: Vol III part I (HMSO 1975) page 66 note 1. -TNA copy.
SP12/20/68 Transfered to SP15/12/59 Calendared in SP Dom Eliz 1601-3 & Addenda 1547-1563 SP12/23/63 Removed, now SP15/11 no 104 - TNA copy.
SP12/29/59 Should be July 1562 not August 1563 - TNA copy.
SP12/34/9 Should be Lord Abergavenny not Earl of Abergavenny - TNA copy.
SP12/34/24 Should be Earl of Bedford not Duke of Bedfotd - TNA copy.
SP12/36/41 Should be Bishop of Lichfield not Bishop of Lincoln - TNA copy.
SP12/37/2 Should read by water not by water from water - TNA copy.
SP12/78/35 dated to 1571 in the calendar, was probably actually from 1563. This is discussed by Elton, Parl. of Eng. 1559-81, p. 260. - Rosemary Sgroi
SP12/107/15 List of deputy lieutenants in Wales and the Marches. Dated to 1575 in CSPD. In fact must be dated to November 1587. It is almost exactly the same as the list in CPR, 30 Elizabeth I (L. & I., 297), p. 172, item 1032, a commission to Pembroke as lord lieutenant in Wales and the Marches, with a list of deputy lieutenants, dated 2 December 1587. The only difference is that the SP 12 has John Packington as an esq., and the CPR has him as a knight. According to the DNB, Packington was knighted in November 1587, so this is probably a draft for a commission of lieutenancy to Pembroke (which would have specified the deputy lieutenants) dating from some time in that month, or shortly before. - Neil Younger
SP 12/115/12 Report by Wm Perrott on the ship discovered and captured by him Perrot took a view of the ship, not the ship itself, and the ship is not stated to have been captured by anybody. - Helen Good