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Is advised by his learned counsel that he may make whom he pleases his heir. Desires credence for Cromwell's servant Will. Blytheman and for his own chaplain. Sir Thos. Hallyman. Sends his Lordship's half year's fee which lie promised bim. Signed. P. 1. : Lord Privy Seal. 4. n. o. JOHK LORD LUMLEY, to CEOMWELL. EICHAED, BISHOP OF CHICHESTER, to CROMWELL. Owing to an attack of his old enemy the cohc, cannot wait this morning on tbe King. Having taken a remedy, hopes to wait on Cromwell to morrow, either here at London or there if the French ambassador is to bo there with him.
You had better write a letter to him which I can • send with letters of like request. If I can bring this to pass I beg you will have this prebend bestowed upon yourself, as it is temporal and of good value. I fear my unkind archdeacon Dr. Layton " do make means unto your lordship for this. " My servant, Frankishe, at Holborn, will forward my letters. Wooborn, 3 June. Signed. Pp. 2. : Lord Privy Seal. Undd. 3 June. O. K- 0. 21. HEN-RY MANSEB, Priest. Depositions taken before Sir Roger Touneshend, John Bozom, and Wm.
2. JOHN LOED HUSE to HENBY V H I . Requests of his charity. ) I have paid ^- OA 61931. Wt, 2 2 2 0 0 . A 2 29 I I E N E Y VIII. 1537. 2. —cont, his Grace the sum of 3,000Z. as will appear by my book signed by the Treasurer of tbe Chamber; " for the which sum his Grace gave me my pardon ready to be showed, so it touched nothing of his words, scilicet. Notwith standing my pardon, my lord Cardinal compelled me to pay it, at that time I moved his Grace, and his Highness promised me that I should have had remedy.