To the Ryght worshipfull and my verey Lovyng frende my Ladie Cauendache yeue this/
After my verry hertie comendacons vnto yowr Ladiship and whereas one of your sarvantes hathe taken & pounded certane cattell of one nycholas Alessons the beyrer herof furthe of a percell of grounde whiche he hathe taken of one Iohn cowper be the lycence of mayster wennesley your Ladyship’s Stuourd at pentryche wherefore these shall be most hertyly to desyre yow to favorable vnto the said nycholas alesson that he may haue his cattell delyvered furthe of the pounde and that he may occupye the ground wherof he hathe layd furthe his money for And the Rather at this my Request And this I byd yow moost hertylye fare well from Bromehall the xxvijth day of Maij

Your Lovynge frende

M Northumberland


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