Original Letters Illustrative Of English History Volume 3 by Sir Henry EllisOriginal Letters Illustrative Of English History Volume 3 by Sir Henry Ellis

Original Letters Illustrative Of English History Volume 3

bySir Henry Ellis

Paperback | October 12, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ...with all the Fryers besyde. One of them euer gyuethe warnynge and consell to other, and euer so moche as they may prevente my purpose before that I cum; yet sythe that I receyvyd yowr last letter non hath skepeyd: and I thynke fewe shall, withowt ye sende me contrary comandement. Also, my goode Lorde, I must beseche yow to be good Lorde to me, for in suche plaseys as that the Fryers gyve up, I have no peny neyther to paye my costs nor yet taxse of the Howsys dewe to the Offys, so that sythe I toke on nobyll, I have spent xx. nobylls of suche money as I had off the Kyngs for Wynchelse stuffe; and withowte I may in sum placeys sell for my neces-sars with in theys xiiij. days I shall neyther have money off myne owyn, nor off the Kyngs money. I harttely beseche your Lordeschype to sende me yowr plesur who I shall do for the warrants for the Fryers that I shall put owt, for whan that I am fare from London yt shall be to gret a charge to sende for ther warrantts, and than sende them a gayne to the place wher they dwell; also yowr plesur whether I may sell any thynge for the costs, and to marvelous clamors I have for detts: also whether yowr plesar be that I shall kepe thys order as that I do, in puttynge owte off Fryers, and I ever yowr Orator Zour bedeman and servantt, RICHARD DEVEREUX. To my syngular goode Lorde Crumwell, Lorde Prevey Seale, thys be dd. with honor. LETTER CCCXXIX. Gregory Cromwell to his father, after having taken possession of the Priory House at Lewes. ibid. 2 Ser. vii. 172. Orig-. The site and possessions of the Priory of St. Pancras Lewes were granted Feb. 10th, 1538, to Thomas Lord Cromwell, to him and to his heirs. Their extent was considerable. The demolition of the Monastery began very soon; but the Priory...
Title:Original Letters Illustrative Of English History Volume 3Format:PaperbackDimensions:92 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.19 inPublished:October 12, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217738338

ISBN - 13:9780217738330