The Tudor Revolution in Government: Administrative Changes in the Reign of Henry VIII

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INDEX
Accounts of the exchequer, v. Exchequer, records of
Admiral, lord, 175, 303, 339, 341, 383
Admiralty, v. Navy Albany, duke of, 44
Aldridge, Robert, 336 n. 3
Alleyn, John, 149 n. 5, 154
Almoner, king's, 357, 365; v.also Edward Foxe, Nicholas Heath
Almonry, v. Household, officers of Amadas, Robert (master of the jewels), 39, 100 n. 1, 105 and n. 1, 118
Ambassadors, diets of, 38, 44, 147-9, 151, 153-4, 175-6, 180, 193; instructions to, 65, 69-70, 283 n. 7, 356; rewards to, 38, 193; v. also Diplomacy. (For individual ambassadors, v. under countries; and Castillon, Chapuys, Edward Foxe, Gardiner, Hackett, Heath, Lord William Howard, Marillac, Paget)
Amerciaments, v. Revenue, items of (fines)
Amicable Grant, 44
Angus, earl of, 174, 176
Annates, act of, v. Statutes Annuities paid by: augmentations, 233; chamber, 50, 51, 174, 176, 180; duchy of Lancaster, 165 n. 2, 174; exchequer, 37, 45, 152, 233, 250
Antwerp, 357
Appeals, act of, v. Statutes Argall, Thomas (remembrancer of firstfruits), 248 n. 2
Arlington, earl of, v. Henry Bennet
Armoury, v. Household, officers of Army, 44, 151, 421-2; paymasters of, 44; victuallers of, 44, 51, 238
Ashdown Forest, 232
Aske, Robert, 358
Attorney general, v. Council, learned Audeley, Sir Thomas ( Lord Audeley 1538), 95 n. 4, 214-16, 366; and first-fruits, 194, 195 n. 1, 100; relations with Cromwell, 121 n. 4, 214, 260; as a councillor, 322, 338- 9, 365 and n. 4; as keeper of the great seal, 96, 112; as lord chancellor, 111, 123, 132, 260 and n. 1, 348; as speaker, 165 n. 2
Audit, exchequer of, v. Exchequer of audit
Audley, John Tucket, lord, 172
Augmentations, first court of ( 1536), absorbs purchased lands, 172, 182- 3; organization of, 204-8; negotiates with duchy of Lancaster, 208-11; marks a new departure, 211-12; subject to Cromwell's control, 215-19; amalgamated with court of general surveyors, 186, 224-5, 229, 235; also mentioned, 150 n. 6, 167, 174, 185, 199, 221, 232 n. 2, 288 n. 1, 387 n. 1
-- council of, 215 and n. 6, 336
,officers of:
attorney, 205, 209-10, 214-15, 218
auditors, 205-6, 212
chancellor, 122, 205, 208-9, 212, 215-16, 218, 300, 341
clerk, 205, 208, 228
messengers, 205
receivers, 205-8, 212, 216
solicitor, 205, 24-15
treasurer, 118, 125, 205, 208-9, 214, 215 and n. 6, 216, 228, 233, 409, 412
usher, 205
--seals of, 204, 294
Augmentations, second court of ( 1547), organization, 225-30; revenues, 231-2; plans for reform, 235-6; abolition, 239-41, 244, 246-8, 255; also mentioned, 238, 250, 411
--, hanaper of, 232
--, officers of: attorney, 226, 236 n. 1
auditors, 226-7, 232, 236 n. 1, 246, 250
auditors of prests and foreign accounts, 226-8, 232, 236 n. 1, 247
chancellor, 226-7, 230, 236 n. 1, 240
clerk, 226-8, 236 n. 1, 250
general surveyors, 226-7, 230, 236
n. 1, 240, 250
keeperof the records, 226,228,236 n. 1
messengers, 226, 236 n. 1
receivers, 226, 229, 232, 236 n. 1, 249-50

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Patr I Matrique v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I - The Last Phase of Medieval Government 10
  • Chapter II - The Bureaucrat Minister 66
  • Chapter III - The Reform Of The Agencies of Finance 160
  • Chapter IV - Privy Seal, Signet, and Secretary 259
  • Chapter V - The Privy Council 316
  • Chapter VI - The King's Household 370
  • Chapter VII - The Administrative Revolution 415
  • Appendix I - Cromwell and the Mastership Of the King's Wards 428
  • Appendix II - Documents 431
  • Index 443
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