L.a.226: Letter from Anne Broughton (née Bagot), Warwick Inn, to Richard Bagot, Blithfield 1593 May 31: autograph manuscript signed

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Collection:Papers of the Bagot family of Blithfield, Staffordshire
Preferred Citation:Letter from Anne Broughton (née Bagot), Warwick Inn, to Richard Bagot, Blithfield 1593 May 31: autograph manuscript signed, Papers of the Bagot family of Blithfield, Staffordshire. Transcription by Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO). MS L.a.226, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC.
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leaf 1 recto

Good father you shall receive by this bearer
such things as you writ for I could not get any
black & green kersey but a friend hath help
me to some French green which I think will like
you as well if it do not send it up and it shall
be changed it is so good of breadth that my man
William told tme it might lack a quarter & be
enough for you for a Jerkin hose and stockings
I have sent you therewith buttons five dozen which cost
11s and an ell dim[= half] of canvas 12s because I would
have it well packed up. I bought an ell of coarse
it cost 12s to make my mother a buck cloth on
I thank you I hear you have bestowed a coat
on my son wher if you would have me to buy
anything else let me hear from you by this bearer
the next time, for I hope after he hath been
here once I shall be ready to come down thus
craving my mother's daily blessing & yours Ito
me my sister & my daughter I commit you to God
who keep you in health Warwick Inn the last of

Your obedient Daughter.
Anne Broughton

my brother Anthony is well he is following the court to Wimbledon
Sir Thomas Cecil's house because you shall see how the sickness
goeth I have sent you the bill./

leaf 1 verso || leaf 2 recto

Anne Broughton to
her Father Richard Bagot

leaf 2 verso

To the worshipful my very
good father Richard
Bagot esquire at Blithfield
give these