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Sir Edward Hoby to Robert Cecil, 1595, December 7.
December 7,
1595
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Creator: Sir Edward Hoby
Title: Sir Edward Hoby to Sir Robert Cecil.
Date: December 7, 1595
Repository: Hatfield House, Hatfield, UK
Call number and opening: CP 36/60

Item Title
Sir Edward Hobt to Sir Robert Cecil
Item Date
December 7, 1595
Repository
Hatfield House, Hatfield, UK
Call Number
CP 36/60

Institution Rights and Document Citation

Terms of use
Hatfield House has graciously contributed images from their collections to Shakespeare Documented, and retains sole ownership of said images. Visitors may link to and cite the images within Shakespeare Documented in personal research only. Any further use, including, but not limited to, unauthorized downloading or distribution of the images is strictly prohibited. Visitors must contact Hatfield House to request additional use, at: s.whale@hatfield-house.co.uk.

Document-specific information
Creator: Sir Edward Hoby
Title: Sir Edward Hoby to Sir Robert Cecil.
Date: December 7, 1595
Repository: Hatfield House, Hatfield, UK
Call number and opening: CP 36/60

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Semi-diplomatic transcription

Sir, fnidinge [sic] that yow w'er not conuenientlie to be at London
to morrowe night I am bold to send to knowe whether Tews=
daie may be anie more in your grace to visit poore Channonrowe
where as late as yt shal please yow a gate for your supper shal=
be open: & King Richard present him self to your vewe Pardon
my boldnes that euer loue to be honored with your presence ne=
ther do I importune more, then your occasions may willingly assent
vnto. in the meane time, & euer restinge

At your Command
Edward Hoby

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