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Sir Walter Cope, letter to Viscount Cranborne [Robert Cecil], [1604]
ca.
1604
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Creator: Sir Walter Cope
Title: Sir Walter Cope, letter to Viscount Cranborne [Robert Cecil]
Date: [1604]
Repository: Hatfield House, Hatfield, UK
Call number and opening: CP 189/95

Item Creator
Sir Walter Cope
Item Title
Sir Walter Cope, letter to Viscount Cranborne [Robert Cecil]
Item Date
[1604]
Repository
Hatfield House, Hatfield, UK
Call Number
CP 189/95

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 Walter Cope
Title: Sir Walter Cope, letter to Viscount Cranborne [Robert Cecil]
Date: [1604]
Repository: Hatfield House, Hatfield, UK
Call number and opening: CP 189/95

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Semi-diplomatic transcription

Sir I haue sent and bene all thys
morning huntyng for players, Iauglers
& such kinde of creaturs but fynde
them harde to fynde/ wherfore Leavinge
notes for them to seeke me/ burbage ys
come/ & sayes ther ys no neue playe
that the queene hath not seene/ but they
haue Revyved an olde one/ Cawled
Loves Labore Lost which for wytt & mirthe he
sayes will please her exceedingly And
Thys ys apointed to be played to Morowe
night at my Lord of Sowthamptons
vnless yow send a wrytt to Remove
the Corpus Cum Causa to yor howse
in Strande/ Burbage ys my
messenger Ready attendyng yor
pleasure

from yow library                                

yors most humbly
Walter Cope

Last updated January 6, 2017