Letter from George Saunders, London, to Richard Bagot, 1567 April 18
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Hamson is dead; the 20 that he had in Bagot's name, lent by Saunders' mother, is really Bagot's debt. His mother wants it in one year; she can better afford to lose it than Bagot can. Some gentlemen went to Calais to demand a great sum of money due to the queen but came back empty handed.
- 1567 April 18
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