Gale was given instructions relating to the citya#39;s decaying trade, revenues and buildings. The instructions were for him alone, his colleague (Sir) George Lawson being apparently too busy to attend; this irregularity had led the council to draw up a letter nine days earlier ... the remaining (fifth to eighth) sessions of the Parliament, but nothing else has come to light save that for the autumn session of 1534, when ... 1 York Civic Recs. iv (Yorks. ... Arch. Soc. rec. ser. ex), 6 -29, 43-44; Challis.
|Title||:||The House of Commons, 1509-1558: Members D-M|
|Author||:||Stanley Thomas Bindoff|