single sheet (24 June)
|Item for 4 weekes commons in the towne at the king second comming||1 12 0|
|Item towards the entertainment of the Kinge at his second comminge||0 6 8|
James I made a second visit to Cambridge on 13 May 1615 for a repeat of the performance of George Ruggle's Ignoramus (Hutton, Correspondence, p 214, n 50).
Record title: Accounts of Matthew Hutton
Shelfmark: ZAZ 75–76
Repository location: Northallerton
Matthew Hutton (b. 1597) was the son of Sir Timothy Hutton (1569–1629), grandson of Matthew Hutton (1529?–1606), archbishop of York, 1594/5–1606. There is no accounting year for Matthew's accounts during his studies at Cambridge; he sent a list of expenses to his father and the household steward, John Ellowe, at Marske for reimbursement on a miscellaneous basis. The accounts are printed in Hutton, Correspondence, pp 210–17.
24 June 1615; English; single sheet; paper; 305mm x 200mm.