CP 152, 164

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CP Volume 152 Folio 164

HMC Volume 1 Page 228 Number 724

Haynes Page 319 Number 322

Transcribed by Samuel Haynes in “A Collection of State Papers . . . 1542 to 1570” London, 1740

31 May 1560 Mr Secretary Cecill to Sir William Petre

From the Original.

SIR,

AT two of the Clock in the Afternoone this last of May, I am in Royston, in no apparant dout of Helth, and yet by the fowlnes of the Wether, afrayed to tyde to Huntyngton untill to Morrow. Hyther cam to me all theise Lettres included, which it may please you to delyver to hir Majesty: They come from the Duke of Norfolk and Sir P. Caroo. I send them which cam to my self from the Erle Morton, and Mr. Caroo: I also send herewith a Lettre to the Quene's Majesty, for Answer to a Lettre sent by Mr. Hampton. And so I recommend my self to yow, and all my good Lords and Frends; referryng particular Comendations to your Labor. From Royston this last of May, 1560. Your assured at Command,

W. Cecill.

To the Right Honorable Sir William Petre Knight, of her Majestie's Privee Counsell.