CP 153, 14
CP Volume 153 Folio 14
HMC Volume 1 Page 244 Number 762
Haynes Page 342 Number 344
Transcribed by Samuel Haynes in “A Collection of State Papers . . . 1542 to 1570” London, 1740
2 July 1560 Mr. Secretary Cecill to Mr. Petre
From the Original.
BY our seconde Lettre to the Queene's Majestie, you shall perceave that Things have altered heere with us, as the Tyde. And now we will so proceede to make an end, as there shall be no Faults to be founde, but in those that made the Faults at the fyrst. And so I committ you to Almighty God. From Edenboroughe, the Seconde of July 1560. If we make Peace, gett me leave to make a long Jornay to the Court; for I covett to peruse all the Frontyers, and so to Carlile, and to come home by Hull, and stumbling uppon Burley, I may chance to tarry there three or four Dayes. Yours assured,
To the Right Honorable Sir William Peter Knight, Chancellor of Thordre and of the Queene's Majestie's Privee Counsell.