Letter from George Saunders, London, to Richard Bagot, 1568 July 8
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Was prevented from visiting them when at Coventry Fair; hopes to do so when he goes to Bromley Fair in August. Received cloth from his sister; will settle this and other accounts when he sees them. As a token, sends a sugar loaf to his sister, thread and needles to Mistress Margaret. His mother plans to settle at Lillingstone [Lillingstone Dayrell]. In the Low Countries Alva has caused many to be executed for resisting the Inquisition.
- 1568 July 8
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