Les reportes del cases in Camera Stellata, 1593 to 1609 from the original ms. of John Hawarde edited by William Paley Baildon Published 1894 Pages
In Camera Stellata, coram conslllo ibidem, Mercurij, 13° Junij, termino Trinitatis, Elizab. 41, An. Do. 1599.
Cause of hearing, by information of the Attorney, against one [blank] Mison, for seditious words in contempt of Justices of the Peace and their authority on the orders as to Corn and the poorer people in the time of the great dearth, and for seditious words against the Council and the Queen (viz.: —" they are knaves, I will keepe none of there bastardes, my goodes are my nowne,' they, nor the queene, nor the Councelle have to doe with my goodes, I will doe what I liste with them," etc.).
He was fined £100, imprisonment, to wear papers, to confess his fault, and to be bound for his good abearing.
See also STAC Myson