Letter ID: 1408
Reference: Kent U1475, C18/14, fol.174r - 175v
Citation: DCB/001/HTML/1408/008
Date: 4 June 1591



Addressed: To the honorable Sir Robert Sidney knight L. Governor of the towne of Flushing

Later Addition: 4 June 1591



Later Addition: Sir Tho Bodley to Sir Robert Sydney

To shewe your L. my opinion in the mater of Dunkerke, there is no danger in delay. For the soonest season is the moneth of October, when the nights beginne to lengthen. For which me thinkes at your leasure yow may talke with Count Maurice. To this effect I have writ- ten into England, and withall I have signified, that I will wholy proceede with your L. privitie, not doubting but what her Majestie does desire shall be accomplished in good time. This bea- rers hast doth affourd me no leasure to be longer with your L. for which I wishe yow as alwaies all maner of good successe. From the Hage. June 4. 1591 Your L. at commaundement Tho. Bodley