What does the wickerwork basket known as a hanaper
The grantee paid a standard fee into the hanaper
[treasury], pleaded the pardon before the justices and gave the clerk of the court a pair of gloves or the value thereof as payment for its enrolment in the record.
32) Hales would have very likely come into contact with Audley both as a servant of Cromwell, who worked closely with Audley in the 1530s, and as Sir Ralph Sadler's deputy as clerk of the hanaper
(a department of the Chancery).
In the hanaper
, for Edward Jackman, citizen and grocer of London, to alienate the manor of Thingdon and Burton Latimer, co.
The bishop complained to Queen Elizabeth about three works in particular: 'one in 1560, by John Hales Clerk of the Hanaper
or Hamper, commonly called Club-foot, assisted as it was said by Chancellor Bacon, and imprisoned for publishing of it.