Letter ID: 0056
Reference: BL, MS Cotton Galba D X f.190r-v
Citation: DCB/001/HTML/0056/008
Date: 25 August 1594



Later Addition: Belgia 1594 25 August to Master Bodly

Sir, Hir Majestie hath againe at this time written [[.]] letters verie ernestlie to the States to move them to give [[.]] satisfaccion to Sir Thomas Morgan, whearein I [neade] to s[[.]] the lesse to yowe for your urging the States, for that yow ha[[ve]] been alreadye so well acquainted thearewith: Onely I shall move yowe to use the best reasons yowe maie to them to bringe them to sum good ende, the gentleman having deserved aswell of them by his service, as anie other & now[e] theie have taken in Groninghen theare meanes are much increased to give satisfacion to him and such other whoe have served them as he hath done./ And so for this t[[ime]] I will not further trowble yowe, but Comend mee hartelye to yowe./ From the Cort his xxvth of August. 1594. Your assured lovinge fren[d] William Burghley