My good Brother./ I have received your letter, and am glad to heare that you and my good Brother Roger Manners have your healthe./ for my owne health I thank god It is such as it was at your being here./ And so with my hartie Commendations to you and to my good brother Roger Manners with thankes to him for his remembraunce of me. I cease ffrom Hardwick this xvjth of December 1605/

Your verie loving Sister and assured ffrend./

EShrousbury


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