Letter ID: 0998
Reference: BL, MS Cotton Galba D VIII f.65r-v
Citation: DCB/001/HTML/0998/008
Date: 08 February 1591



Later Addition: Belgia 1591 stilo Romano 8 February To Master Bodly

Sir, uppon /my/ arryvall heer findinge the winde good to carry me into Englande, and consideringe howe greatly my beeynge ther may importe the fartherance of her Majestys service, havinge been advertised what expedition the same requirethe by reason of the dangerous tearmes I understande Brittany nowe to stande in, I thoughte good with all speed to Shipp my self awaye, prayinge yow to yealde your best help and assistance unto the fartherance of thes services, and to give me notice of soche advertismentes as yow shall recieve to thend that at my beynge in Englande I may ther after the better use meanes to provide for thes countreys, Capten Anthony Wingfielde shall have occasion to stay heer behinde me to whome yf yow send what lettres your self cannot otherwise conveniently convey into Englande unto me, he will use meanes to send them, and even so leavinge I commyt yow to the keepeinge of god. Vlishinge this viijth of February 1590./ Your assured frend John Norreys.