X.d.428 (11): Letter from Henry Cavendish, Tutbury, Staffordshire, to Elizabeth Hardwick Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury: autograph manuscript signed

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Collection:Papers of the Cavendish-Talbot family
Preferred Citation:Letter from Henry Cavendish, Tutbury, Staffordshire, to Elizabeth Hardwick Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury: autograph manuscript signed, Papers of the Cavendish-Talbot family. Transcription by Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO). MS X.d.428 (11), Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC.
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Ryght Honorable, With owr most humble and dutyfull
thankes, for your Ladyships bountyfull goodnes towardes vs ^at all
tymes, my Wyfe and I haue made boulde to present
your Honorable good Lady, With shuch poore and homely thynges, for
a symple newyears gyfte, as thys place can aford, beshe=
chyng that accordynge to your Ladyships accustomed goodnes,
you Wyll vouchesafe them in good part; and we shall
praye most earnestly to God almyghtty, to send your Honorable
Lady, many happy and healfull new years. And so
humbly cravyng your Ladyships dayly blessyng to vs both,
We most humbly take owr leave.
Tutbery the last of December 1605
Your Ladyships humble and
obedyent soonne
Henry Cavendysshe


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To my Lady.