Original Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 2); To 1571: To 1571. by Sir Henry EllisOriginal Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 2); To 1571: To 1571. by Sir Henry Ellis

Original Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 2); To 1571: To 1571.

bySir Henry Ellis

Paperback | January 18, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos or missing text. Not indexed. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1827. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... your lawffull ffaver, good wyll, and helpe hereyn. And suerly, Syr, I shall recompence your goodnes, kyndnes, and payne hereyn, so that I trust that for soe power a thyng that you shalbe contentyd and pleasyd: besechyng you to be as good to me hereyn as you may be, as my most trust ys in you. As knowythe the blessyd Trinite who long preserve you. Wryttyn at my power Howse apon owre Lady Day. Your owen assuryd THOMAS LA WARE. LETTER CXXXVI. The Lord Cromwell to the Earl of Shrewsbury, respecting the punishment of a Hermit Jbr uttering traiterous words. FROM THE Orig. COMMUNICATED TO THE EDITOR bY WILLIAM bRAY, esQ. After my right herty commendacions to your Lordship I have by this bearer your servaunt, bailly of Chesterfeld, receyved your Lettres and the byll therin enclosed concernyng th'Ermyte, the whiche being by me examyned, answered that he could not tell whither he spake ever the same trayterouse words or not. I have caused an Incitement to be drawen therupon whiche your Lordeship shal receyve herwith: and also I have thought convenient to retorn the said Hermite unto you agayn, there befor the Justices of Assise to be tryed and to th'exemple of all other to be punyshed according to right and the King's lawes. I thank evermor your Lordeship for your good zele, diligence, and dexterate in repressing and apprehending suche perniciouse and detestable felons; and therof shal I not faile to make true raport to his Highnes, who I am assure shal tak the sam in most thankfull part. Thus I beseche our holy Creator to sende you prosperite and long liffe. From Cheleshith this xiijth. of July. Your Lordshippis assuryd THOMAS CRUMWELL. To my very good Lorde Therle of Shrewesbury Lorde Stuarde to the Kings Matle. LETTER CXXXVII. Lord Cromwell to King Henry the Eigh...
Title:Original Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 2); To 1571: To 1571.Format:PaperbackDimensions:90 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.19 inPublished:January 18, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217026346

ISBN - 13:9780217026345