Original Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 3); With Notes And Illustr. By H. Ellis by Henry Ellis

Original Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 3); With Notes And Illustr. By H. Ellis

byHenry Ellis

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1827. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... him, or for that he made lately some provision of armour. This I thought good in generallity to imparte unto you, that you (as we do) maye putt awaye feare, and thanke God for this joyfull recoverye of hir uppon whose health and safety we all depend. Vale prasposere xv Martij your worsh. assured GUIL. CAMDEN. LETTER CCXLIV. Sir Robert Wroihe to Mr. Michael Hickes. Intelligence concerning robbers who frequented Layton Heath in Essex. ms. Lansd. 87. art. 60. Orig. Sir Robert Wrothe was of Loughton in Essex, where he was lord of the manor and a justice of peace. He died in 1607-Mr. Hickes, afterwards Sir Michael Hickes, was Lord Burghley's Secretary. Duckets, where the letter is addressed to him, was a moated Mansion in the parish of Tottenham, which in the reign of Queen Elizabeth had come into Lord Burghley's possession. It was situated about four miles and a half from London, in the green lanes between Newington and Southgate. The Farm-House which occupies its place, is still surrounded by the moat. My very good frende Mr. Hickes, I am informed that now, towardes thease darke evenings, there are sertaine lewde fellowes, sumtimes horsemen, sumtimes footemen, disguising themselves with beardes that they cary aboute them in their pockets, which doe frequente and use aboute Layton heath and at or aboute Snaresbrooke in your brother Colstones walke. I have appoynted sum especiall spyall of them to bewray them and to know them, either by theire horses apparell or otherwise, and I hope in time to have them discifared.a Yet for better surety thereof, I pray you lett me intreate you to speake to your brother Colstone that with some secresy he woulde take such order with sum of the discreatest keepers he hath that towardes eaveninges they woulde have an eye upone the heat...

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Title:Original Letters, Illustrative Of English History (volume 3); With Notes And Illustr. By H. EllisFormat:PaperbackDimensions:102 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.21 inPublished:January 15, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217026397

ISBN - 13:9780217026390

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