CP 153, 66
CP Volume 153 Folio 66
HMC Volume 1 Page 255 Number 811.
Haynes Page.365. Number 366
Transcribed by Samuel Haynes in “A Collection of State Papers . . . 1542 to 1570” London, 1740
1560 Submission of Guntor
From the Original.
IN most humble and reverend Maner, I do from the Bottome of my Harte consesse, that the lewde and unfyttyng Wardes uttered by me, for the which I have ben most worthely punished, are suche, as I am very hartely sory for, and shall with God's Grace henceforthe beware, that the lycke shall never enter into my Hartte, and muche lesse passe my Mouthe; most humbly besekynge your Honor to be Meanes for me to the Quene's Majestie for hyr Hygnes Pardon and Remyssyon of this my Falte. And as I shall not fayll to be a contynuall Intercessor to Almighty God for the prosperus Preservation of hir Majestie, so wyll I study by all the Meanes I can, to redubbe and recompence my former Offence. Your most humble and obedyent Orator,
To the Ryght Honerable Sir William Cecill Knight, the Quene's Majesty's principall Secretary.