to my Lady/
may yt please your honour sur Ihon halles cam post from london vppon tuesday last and yesterday went towards barwike wher he dothe heare bi on of the kinges chamber that his majesti woll be on Satterday nexeste and ther stay vntil he hath setled the parts ther aboutes also he sayeth that al thinges in the southeren partes proceede peaceably only my lord beauchamp is sayd to mak some assemblyes whic he hopeth wil soddenly dessholfe into smoke his forse beyng feble to make hede agenst so grayt an vnyon so geueynge your honour most humble thankes for your moste honourable and continuall bonty to me and most humble crauyng your Ladyship's blesinge I humble tak my leue beseeching the almighti to send you long lyfe al comfort and happines this present friday

master pierrepoint remenbers his humble duti to your honour

your Ladyships humble and obedyent dautter

F pierrepont


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