Warrants

For a Coate Armes for Nicholace Paddy alias Lancaster Harold

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Elyzabethe by the grace of god Quene of Inglann Fraunce and Ireland defendor of the faythe etc We Woll and commaund youe forthe withe uppon the sight hereof to delyuer or cause to be delyuered to our welbeloued servaunt Nicholas Paddye alias Lancaster one of our harrolds at Armes one coat departed with our armes on Satten Withe fyn gold in oyle of Like stuffe length and breids as heretofore hathe beyn accustomed And these our lettres shalbe yor Sufficyent Warraunt and dischardge in ther behalf geven at our Manor of Grenwiche the xxth day of May in the xxviiith yeare of our Reigne

To our Trustye and welbeloued Servaunte John Fortescue esquyre Mr of our great Warderobe

Sygned as Followith G. Shrewsbury
Wyndebank

Livery Warrant for John Raven alias Rouge dragon

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Elisabethe by the grace of god Quene of Inglaund Fraunce and Ireland defender of the Faythe etc We Will and commaund youe fourthewith uppon the sight hereof to delyuer or cause to be deluyered to our welbeloued servaunt John Raven alias Rouge dragon one of our Pursivaunts of Armes one cote departed with our Armes on Damask with fyn gold in oyle of lyke stuff lengthe and breds as heretofore hathe beyn accustomed and these our lettres shalbe yor suffycyent warraunt and dischardge in that behalf yeomen at our Manor of Grenewiche the xx day of May 1588 in the thirteth yeare of our Reigne

To our trustye and welbeloued servaunts John Fortescue esquyer Mr of our great warderobe

Signed Windebanke

For James Thomas alias Blewe Mantle Purcyvaunt

Elizabethe by the grace of god Quene of Inglaund Fraunce and Ireland defendor of the Fayth etc-We woll and commaund you furthe with uppon the sign hereof to delyuer or cause to be delyuered to our welbeloued servaunt James Thomas alias Blewe Mantle one of our purcyvaunts of Armes One Coat departed with our Armes on damask withe fyn gold in ole of lik stuffe length and breadeth as heretofor hathe been accustomed And these our lettres shalbe your suffycyent warraunt and dischardge in this behalf Geven under our Signet at our Manor of Grenewich the twentith day of May 1588 in the thirty yeare of our Raigne

To our trusty and welbeloued John Fortescue esquyer Mr of our great warderobe

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