L.a.115: Letter from Walter Bagot to Sir William Skeffington and Robert Foulk, esq., 1604 April 15: autograph manuscript copy initialed

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Collection:Papers of the Bagot family of Blithfield, Staffordshire
Preferred Citation:Letter from Walter Bagot to Sir William Skeffington and Robert Foulk, esq., 1604 April 15: autograph manuscript copy initialed, Papers of the Bagot family of Blithfield, Staffordshire. Transcription by Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO). MS L.a.115, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC.
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I haue bin made acquinted by mr Nicholas Allin and Richard Perrie my
prisoners by you committed that they haue taken notise of a Citation
sent from you (Cosin Skeuington) wherby they are commaunded within
ten dayes after the recepte thereof to appere in his Maiesties Court off
admiralltie within ten dayes after the reptp recepte thereof And withall
to required in their behalfe that they maye bee enlarged from their
imprisonment ^to that they maye make there apperanse accordingly as ether
vpon baile ^(yf you maye accepte thereof or as in your discretion shall bee thought fittest or els that
you ^or one of you will signefie the contrary by vnto mee or them by wrytinge
which request beeinge (in my opinion very reasonable I can not but commend
vnto you and with my hartiest Commendacons and so rest

your louinge Cosin & frend
Walter B

leaf 1 verso

Copie. To william Skeffington and Robert
fouk Esquier for Mr Allin and perrie