[Address Leaf]
To my verie good
lord. the L. Padget.
The contesse of Shreswesb.
[Letter Text: Notes]
After my verie harty commendations./ good my L. wheras yor
L. and other the Quenes Iustices shall have the
hearing and determening of an offence to the lawe, for
the deathe of a man by the great misfortune of one
Robinson my servant/ I am in his behalfe, de standing
at theis assyses in Stafford vpon tryall of lyfe
most ernestly to crave yor L. favour towardes him, according
to the true evidence alredy brought before the Coroner
by men indifferent: and the same I trust is to be geven
againe at the foresaid tyme before yor LLs. Truly
my L. I would gladly do the pore man good in this
case: and therfore trust yor L. will the rather at my
request stand his good Lorde./ Wherin I shall
thinke myselfe greatly behoulden, and wishe it
in me to requyte suche yor L. favour/ And
thus leaving eny furthr to troble yor L do take
my leave ^xxixth^ Sheffield the ^xxixth^ of Marche
1576./

your .L. assuryed frend

EShrouesbury

my L. Padget
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