• Anno Regni Regine Eliz. 21o, 1578-9.

    New Yer's Guiftes giuen to the QUENE'S MAIESTIE at her Highnes Manor of Richmond, by these Persons whose Names hereafter do ensue, the First of January, the Yere abouesaid.

    Modern English (post-1500)
    Published in 1578
    Renaissance Clothing and Textile Terms
    1500 AD - 1599 AD

Gifts

By Absolyn, Clerc of the Closet, a boke couered with cloth of tyssue, garnesshed with siluer and guilte.

Giver Category: Chaplains, Delivered To: With her Majestie, by Mr. Sackford.

By Ambrose Lupo, a box of lute-strynge.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mr. Baptest.

By Anthonias Phenotus, a smale booke in Italian meter.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mr. Baptest.

By Archedeacon Carewe, in golde

Pounds: 10
Giver Category: Chaplains, Delivered To: Delivered to the forsaid Henry Sackford.

By Charles Smythe, a small juell, being a salamaunder, a smale ruby, two smale dyamonds, and three smale perles pendaunte.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Lady Haward.

By Doctor Julio, two lyke potts.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By Doctor Mr. two lyke potts.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By Guylham Sketh, a dyall noctornalla, di. onc' of copper, and guylte.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: With her Majestie, by Mrs. Knevet.

By John Dudley, Sargeaunte of the Pastry, a fayre pye of quynces.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By John Hemnigeway, Apotticary, sittornes preservid.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By John Ryche, Apotticary, abrycos two boxes, and two glasses of peare pomes.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By John Smythesone, alias Taylor, Master Cooke, a fayre march pane with a cattell in myddes.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By Marke Anthony Gaiardell, four Venyse glasses.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mr. Baptest.

By Morrys Watkins, eighteen larkes in a cage.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Blanch Parry.

By Mr. Beinedicke Spenolle, a foreparte of white and tawnie satten, al ouer faire, enbrauderid with golde and siluer; and two fannes of strawe, wrought with silke of sondry collours.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: The foreparte with Rauf Hope; the fannes with Mrs. Elizabeth Knowll.

By Mr. Doctor Hewicke, two potts of oringe flowers, and cande jenger.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Skydmore.

By Mr. Dyer, a foreparte of white satten, with a brode garde of purple satten, enbraudered withe Venice golde, silluer, and sede perle, unlyned.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the foresaid Rauf Hope.

By Mr. Edward Basshe, in golde

Pounds: 10
Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Henry Sackford.

By Mr. Edwarde Stafforde, two laces of golde and siluer.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to Mrs. Elizabeth Knowlls.

By Mr. Foulke Grevill, a smale juell, being a lambe of mother-of-perle, garnished with two smale dyamonds, two smale rubies, and three perles pendante.

Giver Category: Gentlemen, Delivered To: Delivered to the Lady Hawarde.
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