Henry VIII, the Reign
Letters & Papers: 1538 Volume 13
27 June 1267. Tunstall to Cromwell.
Has received Cromwell's letter directing him to come up with diligence after putting good order in affairs here. Will not fail to do so. Will only rest, by the way, one day at York to provide for the Council there. One great comfort will be to see my lord Prince. Will inform the King on coming of the state of Northumberland. Newcastle, 27 June.
1268. Henry VIII. to the Council of the North
Having lately required the presence of the bp. of Durham, whom he still wishes to remain about his person, appoints the bp. of Llandaff, to supply his place as president of the Council there. Will address a warrant to Tristram Tashe for their diets.