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Letter from Lady Elizabeth St. Loe, from court, to James Crompe, 1560? March 8

 Item — Box: X.d.428 (51-100)
Identifier: X.d.428 (83)

Scope and Contents

Worth, who says he will depart at Ladyday next, must be bound in an obligation; he lies like a false knave. Directions for the employment of certain builders at Pentrich, Medowpleck, and Chatsworth. She perceives that Sir James is much disliked for his religion but she thinks his wisdom is such that he will make small account of that matter. Tell her aunt Linacre to have the little garden by the new house made a garden this year. The carrier of this letter also brings three bundles of garden seeds.


  • 1560? March 8


Collection is open for research.

Repository Details

Part of the Folger Shakespeare Library Repository

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