Mentions Francis Bacon and refers to the trouble caused by the execution of Mary, Queen of Scots: "Yt is reported that my Lord Hunsdon hath sent for a thousand horses which are in readyness, or else sent already with divers captaynes. Here is much robbing by the soldiers and sailors latlie come over about London." Integral address leaf addressed to "the right worshipp[fu]ll Nathanaell Bacon esqr. Sheriff of the countie of Norff[olk] at Norw[i]ch."
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Formerly Folger MS Add 1024
Listed in Sotheby sale, 24 April 1934, p. 65 and Michelmore, 14 (1929), item 355
Gift of Mrs. John L. Lievsay
Brief description of this letter in The papers of Nathaniel Bacon of Stiffkey, v. 3, p. 37
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Extended title: Autograph letter signed from Martin Miles, London, to Nathaniel Bacon, Norwich 1587 November 5