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ser Thomas Fetiplace. ser John Litille.” ser Adrian Foscu. ser Water Stoner. ser Edward Grevell. ser Symond Harcorte. ser John Hampden of the Hill. ser George Selenger. ser John Kercam. ser Mylles Busshey. ser Marmaduke Truby.” ser Edward Darelle, vicechamberleyn to the quene. ser Raffe Chamberleyne. ser John Shelton. ser Robart Clere. ser Philype Calthorpe.
ser John Henyngham. ser William Walgrave. ser Thomas Terell, master of the quenes horsses. ser Rogar Wentworthe. ser Thomas Trynchart. ser Thomas Lynd. ser John Wellurs. ser John Hasden." ser Mathew Browne. ser John Mordant. ser Henry Saugevelill. ser Henry Willowbye. ser Raffe Verny junior. ser William Rede. ser Robart Johnes. mastar Paris of Cambridgshire.
the dutches of Buckyngham. the countys of Stafforde. the countis of Oxford. the countis of Oxford senior. the countis of Shrewsbery. the countis of Devonshere. the countis of Derby. the lady Fitzwater. the lady Hastings.
the lady Boleyne. the lady Mowntagwe. the lady Willowby. the lady Dawbeny. the lady Mountjoye. the lady Cobham. the lady Grey.d the lady Elesabeth Gray. the lady Anne Gray.e
* Lyle in the Rutland Papers.
* In the Rutland Papers occurs Sir Marmaduke Constable, in this list, but not Sir
• Ashton in the Rutland Papers. * “widowe.” Ibid.
the lady Broke. the lady Morley. the lady Gilforth junior. the lady Scroppe. the lady Fitzwilliams. the lady Gilforth senior. the lady Fetiplace. the lady Vauxe. the lady Selinger. the lady Parre widow. the lady Parre wyfe. the lady Griffithe Rise. the lady Compton. the lady Darell. the lady Finche. the lady Hopton. the lady Wingfilde, ser Antony’s wyfe. the lady Tilney. the lady Wingfild, ser Richard’s wyfe. the lady Clere. the lady Owen junior. the ladye Nevell, ser John Nevell's wyfe. the lady Bolen junior. the lady Carrewe. mistres Cheney.
mistres Carie. mistres Coffen. mistres Morris. mistres Parker. mistres Fitzwaren. mistres Wotten. mistres Brewis. mistres Dannet. mistres Browne. mistres Gernyngham widow. mistres Finche. mistres Cooke. mistres Kateryn Mentoria. mystres Lawrance. mistres Victoria. mistres Kempe. mistres Margaret. mistres Margery, lord Fitzwaren’s dowghter. Antony Poyns’ dowghter. mistres Appleyarde. Anne Wentworthe. John Wentworth’s wyfe. mistres Hugayne. mistres Cornewaleys. mistres Paris of Cambridgshere.
Chalengars agaynst all gentlemen on horsebake and on foot for all The Frenche kynge and vij. gentlemen chalengars of Fraunce.
jeats of armes for war. days.
the kynge of England. CAM D. SOC.
the duke of Suffolke. E
the lord marqwes. ser Richard Gerningham. ser William Kyngston.
ser Gylls Capell. ser Nicholas Carrowe. mastar Anthony Knevet.
For to furnishe the days of justs, there were bonds, and to every
bond a captayn.
The erle of Devonshere capitayne of thes lords:—
the lorde Herberd. the lorde Edmond Howard. the lord Leonard Grey. ser Edward Nevell. mastar Frauncys Brian. mastar Henry Norreys. mastar Antony Browne.
mastar Nicholas Hervye. ser John Awdley. mastar John Parkar. mastar William Palmer. Robert Gernyngham. ser John Nevell.
The second capitayne of the bonds, the lorde Montagwe of thes
lords:— the lord Richard Greye. the lord John Graye. ser Thomas Chenye. ser William Aparre. ser Wylliam Sydney. ser Griffithe Donne. ser Rauffe Aldereare.
ser Geffrey Gate. ser Rowland Velvell. mastar Arthur Poole. mastar Francis Poynes. mastar John Coffen. mastar Hansard, with othar.
The some of thes ij. bonds a c. xxviij. for the Englyshe. The kynge gave to thes ij- bonds a M. marks, that is, l. marks apece.
An archbysshope was alowed to have l. servants, wherof x. genA byshoppe xxx. servaunts, whereof vi. gentlemen, and x.
tlemen and xx. horses.
A duke 1. servants, wherof x. gentlemen, and xx. horses.
a c. horses.
The sergeaunts of the hosholde, amonge them all ij c. xvi. ser
vants and lxx. horses.
The poyntment for the Qwene, to wayt on her.
A duches iiij. women servants, and vi. men servants, and vi.
A countes iij. wimen, iiij. men, and iij. horses.
An erle xxx. servants, &c. xx
Some of the persons on the kyng's syde, iij M. isc. iiij xvij.
Besyde the persons on the Frenche qvenes and duke of Suffolkes sydes, [and] my lord Cardenall. The xxvi. of May, the kynge of Romayns, of Spayne, and of Castle," landyd in England at Dovar. Henry the Eighth came rydynge from Canterbury to Dovar the same night; and the next day bothe kyngs rode to Canterbury agayne; and from thence to Sandwytche, and then the kynge of the Romayns toke shype agayne at the Dele. The last day of Maye, the kynge and qwene of England landyd at Caleys, with many great estats as are before named. The v. of June, they departyd and rod to Gwisnes to mete with the Frenche kynge and qwene. The vij. of June, the kyngs of England and France mete at the campe betwixt Gwisnes and Arde, with bothe theyr swerds drawne and borne before them. The x. of June, the kyng of England dyned with the Frenche qwene in the towne of Arde, and the Frenche kynge dyned the same day with the qwene of England in the new palace made before the castle of Gwysnes; the whole was a costly howse of riches as evar was sene, and so thes ij. kings met every day aftar at campe with dyvars lords, and ther justed and turneyed xiiij. days; and the ij. qwenes met at Gwysnes and at Arde dyvars tymes. The xxiiij. of June, these kyngs and qwenes, with ther retinues, met at campe, wher the justes were kepte, and ther they banqweted and daunsed, with momynge and dysgysynge tyll it was late in the eveninge, and then toke theyr leave and departyd. The iiij. of July, ther cam a greate embassad from the kynge of Romayne, Spayne, and Castle, to the towne of Caleis to owr kynge. The x. of July, the kynge rod to Gravelen, and there mete withe Charles the kynge of Romaynes, Spaigne, and of Castle afore
* Afterwards the Emperor Charles the Fifth. His letter to the King announcing his coming, dated Corunna, 29 April, is in the MS. Cotton. Vesp. C. vii. f. 34.