Lenio purry xxx

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Lenio purry xxx

" Rn]ph de Paston was son, as 1 like it" (says Blometield), " of this Richer, and appo TS lo have had two sons, Richonl aad Nichaiai. for a line (in germmam), and paying to him and his beir^ on Uie feasts of St. the reroaindr therof to the seid John and Elizabeth, jjid to his heirs male of hir body lawfully begotj-n, withoute impechement of wast, withynnc jay dayes jfter the seid weddyng. dayes the seid John shall do lawfull estate to be made to the seid William of londs, tenemetitz, rentz, and servysez to the yerly value of x L marc over all charges bom ; to have and hold to the seid Wi Uiam terme of his lyfe, withoute empechement of wast; the remayndre therof to the seid Eiizabetli, to have and hold to hir terme of hir lyfe withoute empechement of wast .\lso it is accorded that the seid Wi Uiam shall make estate of all the residue of bis londs which he is sesid of, or any other man to his use, to swech personys as the seid John shall name, to the use of the seid John. Sir, as for cerleyn evidence of myn louchyng your place in Seint Andrues Parissh, my wif tellith mc that she leffi thayra in a cliest at Ovyes sbette ; the key ther of she hath sent now to Ovy also. 71.] ^e datr o Tthlilcner u fixrd by tht iact referred loin Note i. whic:h, ihou Eh de Uved 4 litt\n laicf timm U here ^iecled certainly did cake p La CD in 1454. Ledam wulde a do hys wyse to a mad a coraplent to Pryothe* in the scher-howse of yow, and By Uyng consallyd hym to levc, and tolde Ledam ye and he wer no felawys, and sayd to Ledam, " That is the gysc of yowx contre men, to spend alle the good they have on men and Icwery gownys, and hors and harnes, and so beryt owth for j wylle thai it LI hlg Uy problblc he hsd la fay for i L ua the bc^ifr nine or nut year- In the year follounne.

" Richaid, son of Ralph de Fusion, by his deed, laiis date, granted lo Gcof Trey, son of Roger de Twcyl, landa in ihu town f Ox Dead), paying 9d. Andrew, Candlemas, Pentecost, and St Michael, oo each feast, 2S. Also die seid John Clopton shall do lawfull estate to be made to the seid Elizabeth of londs, tenementz, rentz, and servysez to the yerly value of txx A". And as for more evidence, sum is in the kepyng of Frere John Mendham, wherto I beseche youi maistership that yi vole se for the sauf and secreet kepyng therof. Set ui Qther It OOI td Wi Uiun Futoc further oa, dalcd Mi beptenber; 2i his vntrchypfv U Brodyr, John Fusion. aenm, Fouolf wai endeavouruif CD unke goo A tho K claimb ai^ntl the t^r Dtfn, which ha hxi« toa^y ue» cioni u a ground of iodulgcace to binuelf-J 228.

Asked him to be good unto Henry Halma Di who was amerced in his court for chastising a servant of his, a bondnian of yours. A Pjirliune Di was Bummo Dcd, which met on Ibe 6th rfovembc T. Tb my mayster,/ohn Faston, » tyghi gret hast, YR, ajid it plese, I was in my Lord of Yorks* howse, and I herdc meche thynge more ihanne my mayster^ wrytyth un lo yow of; I herde meche thynge in Fietestrede. And the Kynge desyryd of Sir William Oldliall that he shuld speke to hese cosyn York, [hat he wold be good Lord to John Penycock, and that my Lord of York shuld wryte un to hese tenance that they wold suflyr Peny Cocks officers go and gader up hys rents fermes witli inne the seyd Dukes lordsheps. iflcc D no Btli B Afkot the dale uns Dcd to Iba aiinge. Ntl Y and sa Jelted, with bowes, arowys, billys, and gleyves, oppon Mauyndy Thursday/ atte iiij. 161.] Writ to the Treasurer and Baioni of the Exchequer in paim- ance of patent, 1 ath December liist, gtanting lu John Bokldng ■ and William Worceslet the wardship fi^c^ of Ae heir of John JFMlolf of Cowghawe. ■ Kichard Diown wu Mayor □/ Xorvich in 1454, uid oiember for lllll cily in 146a. 14«,uidl4J^^Fi ■ Kcbry Wilion Wil reiunied with John Jenney in 1477..— F, I B A. Wretes atte Intewode,* on Sceint John day, in bas L Your ser vaunt, John Jennkv. Howard was as wode as a witde bullok ; God sende hym seche wurshipp as he deservith.

Many olhen have set their sea U to corroboiate thia. 154.] Thii letter mu M luvc been vm EFto jmt after the Dukr of Vo A ouae over Croia Ire Uad ui 14^, vhen bcdemacaeij that jiuiicc should bp birly mdainu- lered anliu E penou nccutcd. SI mmster more thanne to houres, and hadde of the Kynge good cher. * Philip Bemrv din], aj we Hdvf tecfi, on tbflad July 14^.1. And he seid on avysely, as he lean doo fu U well, 1 myght not sey ye labored thei, fo Tr I herde never sey ye labored theifor, be the feithe I vowe to God- As for this writ of the Parlement of Norwich, I thauke you that ye will labour ther in j as for my frendys ther, I truste right well all the aldermen, except Broun * and sech as be in his dawnger.' I prey you spekitb to Walter Jeffrey* and Kerry Wilton,' and maketh them to bbour to your enten L I prey you that yf ye theoke that it wull not be, that it like you that to sey that ye mcve it of your self, and not be my desire. Bfl vai a Acrwanlscxcauad Duke of Nodb Dc li Jniiicir by Ridurd IIL, in whose cniue he fell 6shliii(t the lu Lda at nos Honh. 34 I men holdc it right straunge to be in thia Parlement, and me thenketh they be wyse men that soo doo. Ye may' sende to the Under-Shreve, and see my Lord let D'e.

Banc dated ^^c t^me rlay -.w iltr prcr^ilin K fc Ci FTCf the R^rlof Olfcnl Ko A t Unalr A w l Eie two pcnont iuini«d in ilie postcrbfil, we ihould Imt* evcy it Aun 10 luypov thcjr an Iba copia t Jii^re mcuiinnc J, ircrei LDDi ivilv cbtvmauice tl1.11 the En) of Odbnl't sal at Wyncli F, near Lynn. The di Hicultv ai to the date may be Komnled for by auppcaing that (hew two lel Len were really wtitten at Wy Dche che day before, but tbal the date iiit Auguti w^u bllti Id by the Elul al Biity Sl £ m th* tinui he dapaxchcd hit teller of the saine d UE IS John Paa UHL 3h my ryghi trus H and tiiyth all myn hert intyerly Vfd- btkvyd Sir Mylyt Slaptlton, Knyght. M.] T)u il ■bill u Mnwcd In Cvdiniil Kemp u Lonl Chgnnlloi, to which rtfcrcnc G vil] be foiuni lo be nude Iei the tuceec Jing teller, kemp wu appot'ilcd Lord Lh An D? [A-tm S* Un to the right reverent fadir in God and my right gracioux Lord, the Cardinal Arckebisihop of York, Prymat and Chaunall^ of Inglond. Owt of dowte thecuntre is not so disposed, for it is desired ageyn suche per- sones as the c[untre] wolde were ponysshid ; and if they be not ponysshid to refourme that they have do amysse, by liklynesse the cuntre wole rise up on th[em]. oier and termyner is graunted lo die Duke of Norfolk, my Ixjrd of Ely, the "t Sttf. * Al Ump D ID CDi Tup E junei * Trt AHD or felony commttted by ovcnifbl of wilfut DCflcol of a dutr *Cardmal Kcmif. dyvers dayes, and for the more part there was a sergeant and vj. thrifty apprentisez; at whiche tymc the Lord Moleyns title was shewed, and cleriy answerid, in so meche that his own counseil seide they cowde no forther in the matier, desiiyng me to ride to Salesbury to the Lord Moleyns, promyttyng of their pan that thei wolde moeve the Lord Moleyns, so tiiat thei trusted I shuld have rayn entent or J come thens; of whiche title and answer I send yow a copie that hath be put in to the Parlement, the Lord Moleyns being there present, whereto he cowde not sey nay. And he knowith weel the title shall never better be undirstond thanne it hath be by his counseil and myn atte seid comunycacions. Refers him further lo John Bokkyng, who is now m Norfolk. Sir, speke to Denys that he avoyde hys garyson alte Rydon, for there is non other remedy l)Ql deth for Danyell, and for ail thos that aroc indyted. u qqi mon thia Ihiity^tv D niic A £r«D Bury, from whidk he wrote do the itnh, 7b oure right trusty and wdbelovtd servaunt, John Paston, Squier. |IGHT tnisli and right welbelovid, we grete yo hertily well, prayng you specially that ye will make you redy to awayte upon us at Yippis-, wich toward the Parlemenl the viij. loa] Thedile c'lhu Letler jj dptrnal Ded br the fad mentioiied ia Iht Anlvo- ■in'l day ft U on Wedneid Ay in did yezr it «u written, which wu the ^tic in 7J jwy worship Ju U and good maisler, John Pastort, Ei Otyer. mc by Worwstre, wilh a quillance of Fiiueonere for the piichiue of Davyngton, ■□d wmlhcr of Roys for ihe purcha« of Tychrwel L Alt my cousin JIcr T7 Slumicr'ii wife to search for no indeature uid other writings between me and Sellyng or Lady Wiltshire. The ii Q en LI tar ion of ihcnffi haj nor vei caken pjau. oihre wrongs, and of that that the said Sir Thomas is a comon exiorcioner, the same Sir Thomas be fori.' the ryght noble, true, and pleyii lord, ourgood and gracious lord (he Erie of Oxenford, and oihre the Kyngs com- missioners ai aire drterntyner withynoe the same shire, the said Sir Thomas Tudenham, and othre his servaun U and adherencz am indited. As to the oyer and tcnniner, it is eerlain Heydon ind Tuddcn- liim will be al Norwich with all the miintenance and fellowship they can. You must do your best to keep your friends steadfast ; and 1 in the mean time will labour here, and send you word how the world is se L Men of the city of Noruicti have |,'ood audience and favour among the Lords, and are waiting an answer of iheir mattery. wu foimfl to k rwcaly-thiec vun old A&ht it ikoir *'u|wa ihc agt ot Uurty wiuun," thli letlo' was pro Qabljr wnttc D in 145 J. j IGHT wurchepfuil howsbond, I recomand tne to yow, prayng yow to wete that the Parson of Opened' told me that Wjudham told hym that S weynnys thorp * is hold of the Kyng be the therd part or the fourt pan of a knyi fyc, and ho so ever had the maner of Sweynsthorp, he shuld fyndc an arraj'd man, in tyme of werre in the casiell of Norwhic, x L days to his owyn cost, and that ye shuld 1 Hi' nunc was Ijiur? And ther as she is, she is not well at hir ease, for she is at Robert Leihura; and therfor I pray you herteli that ye wyll tendre this my wrilyng, and I beseche you that in cas be that ye wyll fulffylle hit that ye wel sende my cosyn Will Staunton for hir, and 1 shal kepe you trewe promys, as I have be for wretj Ti. J u&tiu a[ the Kinr'i Bench, A/tenrardt knl^bled by Kii-udl V, ft The name u ^ven as Jeanfy by Fenn in hu tnodcm venion m ihfl fiflkt-hjaod pagt, and (her? I pray you brennc this letter when jrc havereddeit My Lowie and my Lady sayn ye shall be right wel- come and ye will se theym this Crisemasse. And also that God for- tunyd us to withstande ther seyde malicious and evi Jl disposid purpose. Item, John, the sone of Hodge Ratleffe, and other of the sayd felowshipp, toke on Thomas Baret of Byr- lygham out of his hotise, and bete hym acd wondld hym that he kept his bedde a month, and tolce from hym certayn goodes and cate Us. At Castr, the noncday," vij- day Ju Uet Your, W, WOKCESTRK. As for the first, the Kyng our souverain Lord, and all his trwe Lordes stand in hele of there bodies, but not all at hertes ees as we. dayes afore the writyng of this letter, there was longage betwcnc my Lordes of Warrewikke and Crom- well fifore the Kyng, in somuch as the Lord Cromwell wold have excused hym self of all the steryng or moev- yng of the male journey of Seynt Albones ; of the whiche excuse makyng, my Lord Warrewikke had knolege, and in bast wasse with the Kyng, and sware by his othc that the Lord Cromwell said not trouth, but that he was begynner of all that journey at Seynt Albones; and bo be Cwene my said ij. men ageyn up on lym, and smot hym in the hed, and fellid . uid ^tesidfda E Pue Iu I], n T4r Kvnan." In Pole's " Dcscrip Lion of Dcvonslikre," ^^ 9E^ w« find Ihol one Nico Lu Radford dure Ucd a L Upco T in Henry VL'l p*bd]c, ■':iflcr wboscdcalh cuntrovcr^y- arote betwix L Jolui Radford of Olw- Tord and Thomaiin, of tlie Kud Ki^hola A," w Bo bad married Rwer Prw. 1 pray God my Lords of York, Waiwyk, Salesbury and other am in purpos to conveye hym , . Crome, berer hex at, shall telle you suche tydynggs in hast, at London, on Seint Simon day and Jude.

My master asked mockingly if a man might not beat his own wife. [Th EB Ivtier would K(in lo txlong to the Hme year :u lia ido. Bui, Sir, my Lord was with the Kynge, and he vesaged so the mater that alle the Kynges howshold was and is aferd ryght sore; and my seyd Lord hayth putte s bille to the Kynge, and desyiyd meche thynge, qwych is meche after the Comouns desyre, and all is up on justice, and to putte all thos that ben indyled iindcr arest with owte suerte or maynpryce, and to be tryed be lawe as lawe wyll ; in so meche that on Monday Sir William Oldhall was widi the Kynge atte West- I Rlclunl, Duk D or Viuk, aftenranli Pn Xe Ooi, the blher of King Ed mud IV. And Sir William Oldhall answherd ayen to the Kynge, and preyed hym to hold my Lord escusyd, for thow my Lord wroite under hese scale of hys armes hys lenantez wy U not obeyet ; in someche thai whanne Sir Thomas Hoo mettc with my Lord of Zork be yon Sent Albons, the Western men fe Jle upon hym, and wold a slayne hym, hadde [not! of the dokke atte after nonne, the same yere, comyn to the White Freres in Norwyche, and wold have brokyn theyr yales and dorys, feynyng thaym that they wold hiie thayre eve- song. nol yiw vf Ihc i-crion^ qiini Hl in ihis Ic LIcrwosa CLii- ftlly ric-^lf d, Uie kuighlft n Jiimed f^f Norfi^Ek in i*$$ belni; the Du Vr of Norfolk*! — F- • This LOean* m Mil dtb U uid lher«fare uuier hil lofluence— P. It is a evitl precedent for the shire that a straunge man shulde be chosyn, and no wurshipp to my Lord off Vorke, nor to my Lord of Norffolk to write for hym ; for yf the jentilmen of the shire will suffre sech inconvenyens, 1 This «ft Ute cune to Jeqnflv by hn marna^e with EJiiabecb. 146.] Jclm O'Jiu of Woodnarian, whom we njppo H to havfl Wc Q the wiifter of Lctten94 and 341, hdi] a wir?

Public domain books are our gateways lo the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. I pray you to speke with Sir Miles Stap Uton and Brewes, and to delyver to thaym my lettres, wherof \ send you copies, and make Brewes to send over a man to me with th'entent of my Lord of Norffolk, and with ih'ef Tecl of your dehgens, with a more credible message than Brewes ded to my wif j for I had never a wers jumey for a jape in my lif, ne a lewder, as ye shal wele conceyve. And my service is redy to your Lords[hlp] mercy who kepe who kcpc* neb- bey (? Recomand me to my cosyn William Whyte,' and prey hym to gyf yow his help in this, and lete hym be prevye to this letter. Sir, I cende yow a copy of the bylle ^ that my I./Ord of Yorke puite im to the Kynge ; and, Sir, i*te copyes go abowte the cetye i now, for the love of Jod, wy[c]he have yow in hese kepyng, Wretyn on Seynt Feyth daye, in hast Be yowr Servaunt, W. Heydon * was with my Maistcr Yelverton,' and desired hym to see the recordes of his endytementz, and axed of hym if he were indited of felonye; and my Maister Yelverton told hym it was. seide " Sir, ye wole recorde that I was never thef; " and he 1 Ta I^DCuldrtf, now ia the lul^urb* of Pieslon. hopeth to have the world better to his entent thanne it is nowe. Wretyn in hast at Westminster, Mercm' in Festo Sancd Martini. As to the rule of other, that ye wolde have supposed your wcllcwillers, how they have byhavyd them at Walsyng- ham, I shall sende yow woord in all hast whan Bemay ' come horn to Castr, for he is nat yet come from Wals- yngham. You must get a copy of the indict- ment, lest he deny the ptesentmeot. Item, the sayd Robert Lethum, with his sayd ryottis lelawshipp, the same yere dide and made so many *. I4S ] HENRY VL 381 I lyottes in the hundred where he dwellyth that dyvcn and many gentilmcn, frankeleyns, and good men, durst not abyde in heie mansyon place, ne ryde, Dother wal Ve aboute thaire occupacions without mo persons, airayd in maner and forme of werre attendyng and waytyng uppon them than tbayr lyvclode wold extende to fynde hem. loa,] Tliil l«Ur nlua u Ilic Em bi Utc of St Alban'iasd tlwpni Kiiiatdiucta v Uck Look ^Act imz Dediauly a JW it Unto my worshipfxill and welbekvfd (osyn, John Paston, ht this lettrt ddu'red in hast. Furthennote lettyng you wete, as for such tydtnges as we have her^ such [t Aae] chre Lordes be dede, the Duke of Somerset, the Erie of Northombrclonde, and the Lord Clyfford; and as for any other men of name, I knowe aooa save only Quotton of Cammbrigeshire. lluuiks him for b U paiiu in speeding hii causis U Landon thu lenn. But I moost neds ; ther ii no thtnfp elles to write. howrs fro the Parlement ; Ienger than he was, ther had be granted an oyer dcler- miner lo have enquer of hem, itc This was told _'csterday in right wurchepfull audience, and a mong thrifties men of this countre; and thei seyd right (hrewedly, for ray lord of Norwich hath so flatered the ilay pepin as he hath redyn a bought his visitacio D mat he hath iheis herls. redy at yowr comaundment with the giace of God, how [iti M] ever have you in His blyssed kepyng. I lete yow wete this is the fiirst day that I herd of any seche, but I wold wete the namys of hem that utter this langage and the mater of the bill As for my Lord of Norwych, I sup- pose ye know I have not usid lo meddel with Lonles maters meche forther than me nedith ; and as for Sit Thomas Todynham, he gaff me no cawse of late tyme to labor ageyns hym, and also of seche mater I know non deflaut in hym. Scxii." To the worshipfull and wdbdoved John Fusion, Esquyer.

Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. And lete hym w[ete] that my cosyn his suster hath childe, a doughter, Wretyn at Norwich, the iiij. Dyversc men of my (reeodis avyse me to entrc in to the maner of Gresham by force of my writte of resti- tudon, whiche I wole not do by cause the maner is so decayed by the Lord Molejms occupacion, that where H was worth to me 1. The chedi-rall ^4 a roll or book, conlaininz Ihe nadiei of luck penofu u uc fttlebdanu. For it is told me that rather thanne he shuld fayle of a shiref this yeer comyng for his entent, he wolc spende va^ii. But this I knowe well, that they fouode none obstacle ner irapedyment in ther consciens in all your matter ; but how they have do with Norwich, Swafham, and Paston, I am nat yet clerly informed ; I suppose they am put in respite. venire facias ye sent to be retomed foi your maaorz of Bradwell and Beyton, I have do them to be retomed of suche namys as I have sent woord before, savyng sume be take, and except out Moreover, as for the mater of Sir John Sibton, Geney and Raulyns gef ful counsell that it shuld abyde tyl the mater of Bradwell myght precede. Sends a lease of Lady Slei- iiuigh's part and Bardo ITs, made by Wichingham and Blake, and a coiifiimation of Sir Reynold Cobham,' and the said Lady . And so, for savacion of thaire lyves, and in eschewyng of suche inordinat costys as never was seen in that countrey befor, many of them forsoke and leffte thaire ovyn habitacion, wyf T and childe, and drewe to fortresses and good townes as for that tyme. As for any other Lordes, many of theym be hurt; and as for Fenynglcf, he lyvelh and farelh well, as fer as I can enquere, && And as for aay grele multylude of people that therj was, as we can le U, ther was at most slayn [x] ' vjl,i score. UDderstsnds the Sheiiff of Norfolk't oflice TS aie m Nor- wicb, and now the writ of atta JDt is sent home by William Batker, which Paslolf sends n^^oin to Psston that he ma T con^ tall U of St Altqm'i. Wherfor, and it plese you to letc me have knowlech what ye wuld I shuld ■cy to it, wher as I her any such langage, I wu U do ly parte, and have do bed toward as I have thought my conceytes best, &c And if ther be any other ce that ye wu U comaimd me, I am and wull be ^ Tbtr* were Ihree churcha id Ihe panih a TWurh A ■ Thouu A Ijun L ) Wili B I^bcn, Biihop o T Kocwkh. And as for Heydon, when I putte a bill ageyns hym I suppose he shall no cause have, ne his discyplis nother, to avante of so short a remedy ther of, as ye wrygth they sey now. j|IGHT worshipful and welbeloved Sir, I com- aunde me unto you, and with all my hert thank you for the grete labours that ye ofiymes have diligently doon for my wel- beloved servant John Ode, to ih'entent that he sbuld mowe atteyne to entre attd enjoy peasible his enheritauace, as I am eoformed dew unto him ; and pray you of youre goode con^uaunce, cer- tyfieng you that I have written unto Yelverton, the justice, that he wol, at some sesonable tyme, commou with Sir Thomas Tudenharo, knyght, and to o Sfre him asmoche reason as it shal be thought unto him and to you, that lawe wol in that behalf require, piayng you that ye wol common with the saide Yelverton, and to cocceyve betwix you such lawful meones of gyding of this matici that my said servaunt may have peasebly tgi^ THE PASTON LETTERS, [a^ MSS- with owten giete trouble hts Kaid finheritausce, as I shal in case semblable do my labour usto your pleasau Qce.

Go ogle This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library stielves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. a 145* avyses and be your wysrlom the fndisposicion of the people of this counte, and what were most necesary to be desierid of the Kyng and of my Lordis of the Counce U for the restreynte of ther mourmour and the peas, and to sende it me be the bryngcr herof, to whom I pray yow gef credens. j YGHT trusty and intyerly welbelovid, I grete yow wele. Thr: orieianl fr Doi whith ii jg ukcn it A CDpf without Hfutm or mnm, «nd muti Jaie U In the i[ULri I& A. 143 f GHT high and myghty Prynce and my right good Lord, I recomaunde me iin to youre good Lordshep. And with owt he wole restore ihal, I trowe no man can thynk that his trete is to no good purpose. which he sent a roll Id them at Castre a month ago. Was often damaged by the Duke of Suffolk's officers in Lodylond, both by undue aroenri Binaits and distraining cattle at Cotton, attd by the oflicera of Cossey, of wliicli there should be remembrances at Castre. Ordeyne ze that Jenneys mown ben in the Parlement, for they kun seyc well. * johii Dam •ctuall)' nu Rtumed (o Puiiuaeat far Ihe citr of Konridi III l Iii Tembcr lua A. Sir, yf he come to Norwych, look there be redy to wayte up on the Mayer a good fcllawshep, for it is seyd her that they ame but bestys. LEASE it your Hyghnes tendirly to consider the grett grutchyng and romer that is univcrsaly in this your reame of that justice is nouth dewly ministred to such as irespas and offende a yens your lawes, and in special of them that ben 1 Sh nen No. And for the hasty cxecucion herof, 'i lyke it your Hyghnes to dresse your letteres of prevy .seale and writts lo your officers and ministres to do the i Ddi ORifnl de He^ don eui DDi bijicng Xo a later year. 93,] Tlui Leil H anttt Ti«ve b«tii wri Llcn thhtt ia J44O ^ in 14^' ^ ^"^^ ot which yean Pirjdmenf md on the 6th of Ngvcnbcr ; uid ai n tu Tt othtf lcti«n. Yeven under oure signet in oure Caslell of Framlyngham, the xxij. Item, the Lord Moleyus hadde langage of yow in the Kynggs presence as my Maister Yelverton can telle yow by mouthe. ' Urge my friends to do their very best for me now in Ihe matter?! ' [Orifinki nolc hicei Dmircio,] Aniwcrnc Tther lotbib Uta oc Lndilei Bg •-auii.] HENRY VI. ,\nd by side this the seid Prisot wolde su Sre no man that was Icmed lo speke for the pleyntyfs, but took it as a venom, and look them by the nose at every thred woord whiche myght weel by knowe for open parcialte. ^her of llw HMCrigi B " Thamu fkmrchiu, a^crwxrdi Afcbbiihop of Cui Bcrbury. marc of Hyke- lyug, y am uppon a appoyntement and throw wylh the heyr of Ciyiford, that he shall entree in the hole maner that ys chargeable wyth my xxv. acres lond theno, what it was wortli yeerly when it siode hoole; for Sellyng seith it was wordi but j. Item, the sayd Robert Dailyng and Herry Bange, and other of the sayd felowshippe, toke and bete on Nicholas Chirche atte Stiumpeshawe, beyng in the church of the same towne, that he was [in] dout of his lyff. Would rather he were at London liro days too early than loo b Ue; for he trusts no man's wit so macb as Faslon'a. And the day of makyng of this 346 THE PASTOM LETTERS, t*-"- I4S^ letler, ther was a proclamacion made in the Chauncerie, on the Kyngs behalf, that noman shuld netberbeic wepon, ner were harnes defensible, &c. Eunly could not bavc Ht D n/jyr i^At, u Sir Tlxut Ai TUddeauoi v Stf 1 Sir Rolli of Patlia mmt, v. m SSO 347 I bchoded in rcbnunr of tht r Dlknriii|K yw. : and (on^id Frin^ the lickfi of the yeu, 143J it tita only d:ile at vthich IL u al all ]i]ci;1y thar any one would luw vrnturcd IB aliccnpl (he irapeichj Decl or l^uddenham and Hcydan in l^ulamr U, or could havq been p Uusiblx accused o S uich a daig D *g*mt p«nom 4^*0 ao KU infl UBDCVL Til /A^ '^'4/ wurchepfiill Sir, and mygoode maysttr, my May iter John Fasten, be this ddivertd. — John Paston to James Glovs, [From Fasto D MSS., B. Thanne th'erll sone seid, " Radfon J, thou must come to my lord my fadir." He seid he wold, and bad oon of his men make redy his hors to ride with hem, whiche answerd hym that allc his hors wem fake awey ; thanne he seid to th'erll sone, " Sir, your men have robbed my chambre, and thei have myn hors, that I may not ride with you to my lord your fadir, wherfor, I pray you, lete me ride, for I am old, and may notga" It was answerid hym ageyn, that he shuld waike forth with them on his feete ; and so he dede till he ■was a flyte* shote or more hom his place, and thanne he •was .

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. And for as mouche as ye were with my wyf at Wynche in the name and behalve of the substaimce of the gentelys of this shyer, and cause my wyf to wryle to me for to tumc agayn into Norffollt, be wheche wrytyng, and be your report it semyd to me that a gret aaemble had be ptuposid wythin the counte beer. Aad for asmouch as I am enforraed [that] certeyn notable Vnyghtis and squyersof this couote dispose thaym self to be with youre Lordshep in hasty tyme at Frara[j Tighani], theer to have comonyngs with youie good Lordshep for the sad rule and govemaunce of this counte, wych standyth ryght jndisposyd, God amend it ; for qwych sad rule and govemaunce to be had I wold full fayn a ben with your good [Lordship]. I preye yow hertily laboure ye so to my Lord Chaun- Celler that owther he wole graunte me my desire, or ellis that he wole denye it And lete me have answer from yow in wiytyng how ye spede. Wrote also that they should eee the Bishop of Norwich about the letter left with him concerning the award of Dedham. Sir, it wore wysdam that my Lord of Oxenford wayte onmy Lordof Yorke. Sir, my mayster bad me wrytc un to yow that ze Ehuld store the Mayer and al! 7J my worshiffi Ul Maister Paston, at Norwich, in haste, be this lielyxiered. seid he Irowed right weel that he cowde lelie why he took Plumpsteds goods, and othir words whiche were long to write. seid to hym he cowde not knowe the laborer of th'endytement, and H. Wherfor he advyseth yow that in onywyse yc make Plumpsted to lake apell accordyng ; for ■ if he so do, thanne is H. Your presence shuld have do meche ease here in your own matiers and othei, as your weel willers tliynkyn, and your absence do non ease here ; netheles iny Maister Yelverton shall telle you all, &C. "labored last at the oyer and terminer," that they may take a worshipful end. [Thu leticr u dated PD Nfarlirtmat day, at which date ia lh« jwa 14QD it vi JI be K^ by Ihe precedin; number (h«t Jueiin Vt]vtriinivaige4«c vown into Norf Qlk, uid ui irp" vnd Itrminir wjt coins lir tie bcid at Nsfwic L- Tha tvlir«»ee (D • 1430. 205 And more over, where that the said Sir Thomas Tiidenham halh, among many othre greet wrongs, ful synnefully causid a writie of assise d novell dissessyn ' 10 be brought ageyn John Aleyn and xxiij othre of the said toune, in the name of the Abbot of Sawtie,' an U causid that assise to passe by perjury, as in the first article in the rolle to this peticion annext it is more opinly conteyned, please your greet wisdams, for the reverens of God by that concideracion, that the jun^- of the said assise durst not, lor drede of the horrible tnanaces of the said Sir Thomas, othrewise do but be for sworn in gevyng their verdile in the same assise, in which case the said inhabilauntz, for pyte and remorce 01 theircoocyencei, werlolhe tosewawritofatieynte," Id pray the Kynge and Lords forsaid to ordei-n, by auctorite of this present Parlement, that the said writ of assisse, verdit, recoverer, and the jugement ther of, with every othre drcumstaunce therof, be voide, revokd, and adnulled, for the love of God. And as for the Lord Scalys, ye knowe well what he is toward you, and namely for Hikclyng matier. mate rent, which tlie Pryoiif and Convent have forfeted the seid hole manor to the heyers undre her Convent seelc of record, be- cause ofmj Tienonne payment of xxv. Item, the sayd Robert Dallyng lay on awayt Uppon 00 Thomas Dallyng, and hym grevously bete. Also, the day albre the makyng of this letter, thc T passed a. t Sa ^ l/^t H in Yean, bui Uf^v in the nod Eni vunoafxi ibe ofifcwtc a Ur^f the F-^tf. IVERENT and right ivurchepfia U Sir, and my gode tnayster, I recomaund me to you, pra- yng you to wete that ther is reysed a slandrows noyse in this countre up on my Mayster Yel- verton and you and my Mayster Alyngton, which I suppose is do to bryng you ought of the conceyte of the pepyll, for at this day ye stand gretly in the countreys conceyte. M.] This I'^tio-, which La printed fma a drift In John hicon'* lund, via imirc D in ftniwcr lo Ihfi preceding* to which the ntia U referred tot Iht evidc DCe of Itt date.

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Maintain attribution The Google "watermaik" you see on each file is essential for informing people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. ch Pcna yaffuply o Digncd to the taitcr part o T the reicn 0' Hcbry V[,. The mc Dtitm Df Lord Rivers and thfi Duke of Su FTo Uc cod M hoi have bnti^rliof c Tijia 1449. KD-IASO.} HENSY VL 139 As for the Duchc oa this side Trent, Sii Thomas Tudenham had a joynte patent with the Duke of Suf- folk,' which, if it be resunied. btil 11 probably not nwnyyean earlier, atid ccctainly nol vuny yoiri Uter. IGHT trusty and intierly wellieloved, I grete yow wele, and wole and pray you thai ye dispose your self to be with my Lord of Nraf- folk in al hast gocxlly, to that intent that where it was desired by dyvers gentilmen of this shire' that I shuld my self a be with his Lordship at Fram- yngham, to excuse me to his Lordship ; for truly I haf suych writyn to my said Lord for myn excuse, which wriiyng I send to yow by Tliomas Denyes, to whome 1 "Qu BCTVthu Hbbtevvted wortl.'nyi Fmn. or 41 Ic-iti ) tl w»( (hcnrrore certainly wri EIcn after [he precedtn. 393, £ 91.] Thii Icncr ond thn X which ioilom c Teorty «fer 10 the aiae natttx. Than I sayde, be that meane, in defawte of a Shereff, every man may be put from heae lyvelod ; and thann he seyde iff it were for the lyvelode, men wold take hem the nerer for to abyde a joporte ; but be hesc feyth, as he swore, if the Kyng wryte ayan to hym he wol no lengei abyde the joporte of the Kyngges wrytyng, but he trustydi to Godde to inpancll seche men as shuln to hisc Itnowleche be indeferent, and non comon jurors. The | seyd lyster dwellyth therinne at this tym, but he shall owlc, for he is hald rygth apore man. Itt semyth it was not for nowgth that he held with Charlys and his felashep, T prey yow that ye wol vowchesawf lo spekc to Jamys Gloys to bye the Ungwentum Album that I spake to hym for; and that ye woll remeinbr your feyr dowgteris gyrdyl. They seyd they shuld ^1 abe [/uive Afffi] the meryer if ye hadde ben iher. dayof Novembrc last past, with divers other onltnowyn raen, onto the nombre of xx. The Erie of Dorsetc is in waide with the Erie of Warrwyk. other' of the Kynges chamber were coi^edered to have steked the Deuk York in the Kynges chamber ; but hit was not so, for they have clered theym thero£ But London upon the same tale aieyscn, and ev«y^ man to hameys on Corpus Christi even, and moche adoo there was.

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