Letter concerns the last sessions from the Lords of the Council and the need to execute orders concerning the apprenticeships of poor children. Cites specific problem of the poor children in Shropham Hundred and proposes warrant to bring children and hundredors together at Harling on July 10
Bifolium. Integral address leaf has been cut down to 49 x 151 mm. With traces of red wax seal preserved
Dated: "Besthorpe, this last of June 1632." Addressed: "To my hono[re]d ffreinde ande kinsman fframlingham Gawdy Esqr. at West harlinge give theise."
Also available as a digital reproduction
Phillipps MS 29537. It was lot 730 in an unidentified sale held in 1866
Formerly Folger MS Add 1096
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Extended title: Autograph letter signed from Anthony Drury, Besthorpe, Norfolk, to Framlingham Gawdy, West Harling 1632 June 30