Letter ID: 1269
Reference: BL, MS Cotton Galba D XI f.212r-v
Citation: DCB/001/HTML/1269/008
Date: December 1595


My Lord Embassador: I s[ho]wld not Have slept this night if I had not discharged myne and eased it, with a Helthe unto your Lordship, I know not how you will interprett that I say I eased my mynd, when in trouthe I Looded it, so that this letter will shew I was well Charged: yet I assuer your Lo that my hed is moche the Lighter: I will agayne assuer your Lo: that I [ther] my sell Excedingly bound to Love and honer your Lo: and if ther be any thing Good in me, the best is, that I know how great a fawlt it is to be unthankfull I will wishe your Lo: all Honer and happines and Ever rest ready to doe your Lo all service [Edward Norris]

Postscript: The frost is soche that am fayne to Goe over land which I think will be an Exceeding Great F[.]