Letter ID: 1007
Reference: BL, MS Cotton Galba D VIII f.84r-v
Citation: DCB/001/HTML/1007/008
Date: 17 February 1591



Later Addition: [[Belgia]] 1591 stilo Romano 17 February to Master Bodly

Sir, I receaved your letter of the xijth the xvjth beinge all ready to march the next morninge, whose councell [was held] so houlsomme, and whose letter bereth so good credit with us, that we are re- solved to stay a farder directions from Sir John Norres, or your self making our selves alwayse ready att an howers warning.

I have dispatched captayn Gripes to Sir John Norres with my letters to this same effect: to whom /[.]/ I have sent a coppy of your letter, requiring his speedy aun- swer, and farder order: thus for this present, I leve yow to god: Dusborgh this xvijth of Februarij 1590. Your most affectionate to do yow service Oliver Lambert.

Postscript: Ther is [fivetene] passes of our wall of [[Dusborgh]] fallen downe, a sufficient breach. [[.]] 3 day [.] before we apoynted to march [[.]][.] for our money for we are [much] behynd and in great want.