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G. R. Elton, The Tudor Revolution in Government ( 1953) pp. , 255ff. 22. D. Loades, The Tudor Court (Bangor, 1992) pp. 59-72. 23. D. Starkey 'Intimacy and innovation: the rise of the Privy Chamber, 1485-1547' in The English Court from the Wars of the Roses to the Civil War (1987) pp. 71-118. 24. J. A. Murphy, 'The illusion of decline: the Privy Chamber, 1547-1558', in The English Court ed. D. Starkey ( 1987) p. 133. 25. D. E. Hoak, 'The secret history of the Tudor Court: the King's Coffers and the King's purse, 1542-1553', Journal of British Studies, 26 (1987).
Formal meetings followed the law terms, were normally held in the palace of Westminster, and were somewhat sparsely minuted by a clerk appointed for the purpose. Judicial arbitrations, and certain kinds of administrative business, were only discharged at such meetings. However executive action, let alone advice to the monarch, could not be constrained by such a timetable. Councillors accompanied the king wherever he went, or at least wherever he was acknowledged to have gone, and were on hand whenever business was to be transacted.
When enquiries were conducted in 1517, and again in 1548, to ascertain the extent and effect of enclosure since the beginning ofHenry VIII's reign, a jury was empanelled from each parish to testify, and it was not unusual for a parish to maintain a small armoury from which men could be equipped at communal expense when they were summoned to military service. 10 In most respects the structure of royal government in the counties and their sub-divisions had proved remarkably successful in resisting 'privatisation', except during the dark days of the 1450s, and only the very minor royal courts called leets had passed into the hands of local lords.