[Address Leaf: Notes]
To my lady
the quene
the lady cobham
the lady clenton
the lady howarde
the lady knolles
the lady strange
the lady cescell
the lady k baken
the lady myldmaye
the lady cattelyne
my cossen garate
my syster wynfelde

the lorde great sealle
the lorde tresorare
mayster atorney
mayster solysyter
mayster ob osborne
the lorde cheffe joustys
mayster creswell

my lady h
my lady r
my lady ny
my lady g
Item of countery wemen

penystone yn streton
[Letter Text: Notes]
may yt please yow to vndearstand that mr wyngfeld hath deleuered yow
veneson to the quenes magsty wt my lords most humbill comendacyons and yow
La wt hmbill thanke frome both yow honors for her henes grayt goodnes I
assure yow la of my fayth her magisty did talke one longe owre wt mr wyngfeld
of my lorde and you so carefullly that as god ys my Iuge I thynkte
yow honors haue no frende leuynge that coulde haue pdeper consederacyon
nor more show loue and grayt affcicyon. yn the end she asked when my lord
ment to come to the court he answared he knew not then sayd she I am
assured yf she myght haue her owne wyll she woulde not belonge
before she would se me then sayd she I haue bene glade to se my lady
sayntloa but now more dyssirous to se my lady shrewsbury I hope
sayd she my lady hath knowne my good opennon of her and thus
muche I assure you there ys no lady ys thys land that I beter
loue and lyke mr battemane can more at large declare vnto yow honovr
and so wt most humbill comendicyons to my very good lorde I weshe
to you both as the quens magisty doth disire and so take my leaue yn
humbill wysse frome SenIons the xxj of october
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yovr honors to comeand
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E wyngfelde

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