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It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. And for as mouche as ye were with my wyf at Wynche in the name and behalve of the substaimce of the gentelys of this shyer, and cause my wyf to wryle to me for to tumc agayn into Norffollt, be wheche wrytyng, and be your report it semyd to me that a gret aaemble had be ptuposid wythin the counte beer. Aad for asmouch as I am enforraed [that] certeyn notable Vnyghtis and squyersof this couote dispose thaym self to be with youre Lordshep in hasty tyme at Frara[j Tighani], theer to have comonyngs with youie good Lordshep for the sad rule and govemaunce of this counte, wych standyth ryght jndisposyd, God amend it ; for qwych sad rule and govemaunce to be had I wold full fayn a ben with your good [Lordship]. I preye yow hertily laboure ye so to my Lord Chaun- Celler that owther he wole graunte me my desire, or ellis that he wole denye it And lete me have answer from yow in wiytyng how ye spede. Wrote also that they should eee the Bishop of Norwich about the letter left with him concerning the award of Dedham. Sir, it wore wysdam that my Lord of Oxenford wayte onmy Lordof Yorke. Sir, my mayster bad me wrytc un to yow that ze Ehuld store the Mayer and al! 7J my worshiffi Ul Maister Paston, at Norwich, in haste, be this lielyxiered. seid he Irowed right weel that he cowde lelie why he took Plumpsteds goods, and othir words whiche were long to write. seid to hym he cowde not knowe the laborer of th'endytement, and H. Wherfor he advyseth yow that in onywyse yc make Plumpsted to lake apell accordyng ; for ■ if he so do, thanne is H. Your presence shuld have do meche ease here in your own matiers and othei, as your weel willers tliynkyn, and your absence do non ease here ; netheles iny Maister Yelverton shall telle you all, &C. "labored last at the oyer and terminer," that they may take a worshipful end. [Thu leticr u dated PD Nfarlirtmat day, at which date ia lh« jwa 14QD it vi JI be K^ by Ihe precedin; number (h«t Jueiin Vt]vtriinivaige4«c vown into Norf Qlk, uid ui irp" vnd Itrminir wjt coins lir tie bcid at Nsfwic L- Tha tvlir«»ee (D • 1430.

A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. I therfore sayd unto yow, wolyng and mevyng yow aftyr your trowth, and as ye know, that ye do put in artycles the indisposicion of the people, and what your avyce is to be do for the restieynyng of the same ; and this articles I pray yow set to your seal, and cause other gentelmen with wham ye have comonyng set ther scales, for this is neces- sary, and that I may schew it to the Kyng and to my Lordis of hese Councell, and that I fayle not here of for your honeste and myn excuse. But for asmouch as the Kynge ha A geve to me straidy in charge to be with bys Highnesse at Westminstre on Satcrda[y] if must] departe towards London. If my Lord Chaunceler hath lost my bilie that I delyvered hym. Is patticulariy aaiioui to know what they have done about Rydlyngfeld, Ac- London, 7 Sept. Ingood feyth, good Sir, thynke on all these maters; meche more I hadde to wryte on to yow, yf I kowde a remembryd me, but I hadde no leyser be my fyth. e the Alderman to cryc on my Lord that they mown have justyce of these men that he indyted, and that my Lorde wyll speke un to the Kyoge therof. ]T FASE it yow to wete that I come to London ihe Wednesseday at even late next after my departyng from yow, and it was told me that my Maisler Calthorp hadde writyng fro my Lord of York to awayte on hym at his comyng in lo Norffolk to be oon of his men, and that no gentilman of Norffolk had writyng to awayte on hym but he; and sum folke wetie that it is to th'entent that he shuld bo outhir shiref or knyght of the shire, to the forther- yng of othir folks, &c The Kyng is remevid frotn Westminster, summe men sey to Fysshwick,' and summc sey to Bristowe. seid ageyn he knewe weel the laborer thereof; and my Maister Y. barred of his conspirace, and also ot his damages, though that he be nonnsewed Iherin, or though it be afterward discontynued. It is seid here that the Duke of York and tlie Duke of Norfib Uc shulln not come here this vii. It is apoynted that who shall sue any bille in the Parlement, thei must be put into the Commone Hous by for Seint Edmunds day • atle fetthest, Sl-c 1 Mh Mimmbv. Thank Nicholas Bokkyng for what he did about Ihe cetti Aotle ofthe jury inlheot Bee' of Tyche- wcl], and beg him to gel it seated in time, which will be a great evidence for the lecoveij of my manor. " to be occupied in the cait." Commendations to his cousin John Bemey. Send for William Cole about the accounts, and thank the Parson of Haylcsdon' for the three writings of Wiltshire's irill *iul Gomey he sent me bj Worcester; but say I piayed him to search for mote.

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You can seaich tlirough the full text of this book on the web at ht Ltp: //books . com/ THE PASTON l ETTERS U22 - 1509 Volume I Edited by James Galrclner Ccmstable Westminster, England The Paston Letters. ; FORE entering upon the correspondence of the Paston family, in the reign of Henry VI,, we have thought it well to give the reader a brief note of such deeds and charters of In earlier dale as appear either to have been preserved the family, or to have any bearing on its history. Wonders Howys cannot fiimish him with B full account of the dainiigiej sustained by F. He hus only tent a dectarnlion of costs in defending some of t)iem. t AHUof Ibe Ewlor Oiri Rd, neat Kins'i i-rim, in No Hblk. [*-»■ MS" at our lust ; and nevertheless we haf so strictly examy- rid his demenyng that we feic and pleynly conceyve that the love and etfeccion which he hath to a gentil- woman not ferre from yow, and which ye be privy to, as we suppose, causith hym alwey to desire toward your cuntrc, rather than toward suych ocupacion as is behovcfull to us.

Go ogle This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library stielves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. a 145* avyses and be your wysrlom the fndisposicion of the people of this counte, and what were most necesary to be desierid of the Kyng and of my Lordis of the Counce U for the restreynte of ther mourmour and the peas, and to sende it me be the bryngcr herof, to whom I pray yow gef credens. j YGHT trusty and intyerly welbelovid, I grete yow wele. Thr: orieianl fr Doi whith ii jg ukcn it A CDpf without Hfutm or mnm, «nd muti Jaie U In the i[ULri I& A. 143 f GHT high and myghty Prynce and my right good Lord, I recomaunde me iin to youre good Lordshep. And with owt he wole restore ihal, I trowe no man can thynk that his trete is to no good purpose. which he sent a roll Id them at Castre a month ago. Was often damaged by the Duke of Suffolk's officers in Lodylond, both by undue aroenri Binaits and distraining cattle at Cotton, attd by the oflicera of Cossey, of wliicli there should be remembrances at Castre. Ordeyne ze that Jenneys mown ben in the Parlement, for they kun seyc well. * johii Dam •ctuall)' nu Rtumed (o Puiiuaeat far Ihe citr of Konridi III l Iii Tembcr lua A. Sir, yf he come to Norwych, look there be redy to wayte up on the Mayer a good fcllawshep, for it is seyd her that they ame but bestys. LEASE it your Hyghnes tendirly to consider the grett grutchyng and romer that is univcrsaly in this your reame of that justice is nouth dewly ministred to such as irespas and offende a yens your lawes, and in special of them that ben 1 Sh nen No. And for the hasty cxecucion herof, 'i lyke it your Hyghnes to dresse your letteres of prevy .seale and writts lo your officers and ministres to do the i Ddi ORifnl de He^ don eui DDi bijicng Xo a later year. 93,] Tlui Leil H anttt Ti«ve b«tii wri Llcn thhtt ia J44O ^ in 14^' ^ ^"^^ ot which yean Pirjdmenf md on the 6th of Ngvcnbcr ; uid ai n tu Tt othtf lcti«n. Yeven under oure signet in oure Caslell of Framlyngham, the xxij. Item, the Lord Moleyus hadde langage of yow in the Kynggs presence as my Maister Yelverton can telle yow by mouthe. ' Urge my friends to do their very best for me now in Ihe matter?! * C^rdii^al Kemit- » n« {tlebmcd Wlll Uni de Waynfldt, Biihop of Winchwur, a M THE PASTON LETTERS. Asay how ye can sett hem a werk in the Parlement, for if this roaters be sped as it is afom desired, thei ar lyke to be sett a werk here well inougb, by the grace of God, which have you in holy kepyng. Bt Ihe eipeiue of the Abbot, gire him every secnritf in Court » release ihe Unds in Pas Lim. " Rn]ph de Paston was son, as 1 like it" (says Blometield), " of this Richer, and appo TS lo have had two sons, Richonl aad Nichaiai. for a line (in germmam), and paying to him and his beir^ on Uie feasts of St. Whether a book is in the public domain may vmy country to country. Therforc therof beaeche your good Lordship that ye vouchesaf to como D with the seyd k[oyghtes and squyeis] as with your feytfull servaunts ; and I trost to God to se youre good Lordship at Framyngham as I shall And yf your Lordshep seme necessary that I now beynge at Westminster shall any thynge laboure or desfire for the rule] and governaunce of the counte for- sayd, or for reformacion of suche wrongc as the peples herta most agrugge as lyke that I meve to the Kynge and the Lordes of the Counceyll, so wyll I meve, and none otherwyse as Wheiyn I beseche your grace to know ^our entente by the brynger her of. wherof I sende yow a copie, that thanne ye put up to hym an othir of the same, takyng a copie to your self. And, Sir, in divers partes in the town there [w^^] my Lord comyth, there wolde be ordeyneii many porcions of Comeners to crye on my Lord for justice of diese men that ame indyted, and telle lier nammes, in speciall Todenhara, Heydon, Wyndham, Prentys. And it is seid that he hath do wretyn to alle his men that be in the chekroll ' to awayte on hym atte Parlc- ment in their best aray ; why, no man can telle. ' Stt page 144, Note Id • Wil Uam Yelvuton, k Jiutiot o( i Im Kiii('l tkach. Sec, and ellis are ye in jopardy of a coospirace, for H. nyght Item, it is supposed that an oier and determyner shall come hastily into Nonvidi. As touchyng Shirefs, ther am none chosyn ne named, and as men suppose, non shall be chosyn til my Lord of Yorks comyng, ic. Public domain books are our gateways lo the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. I pray you to speke with Sir Miles Stap Uton and Brewes, and to delyver to thaym my lettres, wherof \ send you copies, and make Brewes to send over a man to me with th'entent of my Lord of Norffolk, and with ih'ef Tecl of your dehgens, with a more credible message than Brewes ded to my wif j for I had never a wers jumey for a jape in my lif, ne a lewder, as ye shal wele conceyve. And my service is redy to your Lords[hlp] mercy who kepe who kcpc* neb- bey (? Recomand me to my cosyn William Whyte,' and prey hym to gyf yow his help in this, and lete hym be prevye to this letter. Sir, I cende yow a copy of the bylle ^ that my I./Ord of Yorke puite im to the Kynge ; and, Sir, i*te copyes go abowte the cetye i now, for the love of Jod, wy[c]he have yow in hese kepyng, Wretyn on Seynt Feyth daye, in hast Be yowr Servaunt, W. Heydon * was with my Maistcr Yelverton,' and desired hym to see the recordes of his endytementz, and axed of hym if he were indited of felonye; and my Maister Yelverton told hym it was. seide " Sir, ye wole recorde that I was never thef; " and he 1 Ta I^DCuldrtf, now ia the lul^urb* of Pieslon. hopeth to have the world better to his entent thanne it is nowe. Wretyn in hast at Westminster, Mercm' in Festo Sancd Martini.

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