[Address Leaf]
To my Lady.
[Letter Text: Notes]
Ryght Honorable, Wt owr most humble and dutyfull
thankes, for your La. bountyfull goodnes towardes vs ^at^ all
tymes, my Wyfe and I haue made boulde to present
your Ho. good La; wt shuch poore and homely thynges, for
a symple newyears gyfte, as thys place can aford, beshe=
chyng that accordynge to your La. accustomed goodnes,
you Wyll vouchesafe them in good part; and we shall
praye most earnestly to God almyghtty, to send your Ho.
La; many happy and healfull new years. And so
humbly cravyng your La dayly blessyng to vs both,
We most humbly take owr leave.
Tutbery the last of Decem. 1605.

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your La. humble and
obedyent soonne.
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Henry Cavendysshe:

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