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About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. t*.»' '450- sped long ere this, ir"my Lord Notwichps] Climcellor" ot Master Pop E, had labotoi as they promised. " If an inordkuate book be made, remembering the deliverance" of doths, &c. And it is so, as ye know wele your self, we haf and long tyme haf had the service of Thomas Denyes, by con- tiaiiance wherof we wend to haf had his attendaunce 1 Wimam de ! Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. (Fasten MSS,) Undated Deed of Richard, son of Ralph de Paslune, gianling lo Kdmund, son of Robert Wislan de Pastune, lands in Fastune, Sic — i6 : t. into F.'s wardrobe, lit the indenluies be engrossed. » Polt— J« o, Sj, Mmb », * Parliament wai licttng i1 Leicetlcr in May 145D. " Richaid, son of Ralph de Fusion, by his deed, laiis date, granted lo Gcof Trey, son of Roger de Twcyl, landa in ihu town f Ox Dead), paying 9d. Andrew, Candlemas, Pentecost, and St Michael, oo each feast, 2S. \Vherfore 1 pray yow to coraown wyth Brews and Paston, and lo put in artycles be thei 149 THE PASTON LETTERS, (a. day of August .» i%J^ To my ryghl trusty and entierly we&dovyd TTuitias £rewes, S^uyer. M,] Th U Hfluld tc CDi by inlcmal evidence id be the Ic Licr afck CUHe writtea hf Oxford To tht Bt Vr of MDrfolki which ihc Earl mcniiont in h'n Irnter IQ John Fa UQn ur iha aist At Jiuit. [j^aoo] and more ; and the seid manoir, after the seid riottous entre, kept with strong hande in manere of wetre, as weel ayenst your seid besecher and his feffees, as ayenst oon of the Kyngges justicez of the pees iij the seid shire, chat come thedir to execute the statutes ordeigned and provyded ayenst suche forcible entrees and kepyng of possessions with force, as it appiereth by recorde of the seid justice ceitifyed in to the Chaun- cerie ; and yet the seid Lord Molens the same manoir kepith with force and strengthe ayenst the fourme of the seid statutes ; Please it your reverent Fadiihood and gracioui Lordship, these premisses considered, to graunte on to your seid besecher for his feffees by hym to be named a special assise* ayenst the seid Lord Molens, Alianore, and John Heidon, and othir to be named by your seid besecher, and also an oyer 4 fcn. MS and determyner' ayenst the seid Lord Molens, John Heidon, and othir of the seid rio Lous peple in like foiitroe to be named, to enquere, liere and determyn all trespaccs, extorcioos, riotles, forcible entrees, nuyntenaunces,* champerties,' embraceries,* offenses, and mesprisio DS ^ by hem or ony of hem doen, als wecl atte sute of our sovereign Lord the Kyng, as of your seid besecher and his seid fel Tees, and every of hem, or of ony olhir of the Kyngges lieges ; atte reverence af God, and in weye of chariie. And if he were disposed to do right, oiy CDimsell thynketh he shuld restore that, for therfor nedith nowthir co- munycacion nor trete. Has no word f Tom them of the coirection and enf TTOssing of the damages done to him by divers cneo in Nariblk, of part o? Also, Sir, thynk on Yemcmouth , that ze ordeyne that John Jenney, or Limnour, or sum 'good man be burgeys for Yememouth. »53 Moleyns; and, Sir, late the cctye be wa«, for he wyll do ^' hem a velony, but yf he may have hese men ; and. by Fenn, wu dou ULen Ihe copy nf K17 Loftl of Yi'rk't " bi U ' vhii Ji William Wayie ical t Q John PAKan, nt RMDCiancd in llic tad of (he tatr ktlcr^ Richard, Duke of York, his Pei Uum to Kyng Henry for the puny skemeni of Treytors, Ssfc. D.i4Sa endited of treson, and other beyng openly noysed of the same; wherfore for gret inconveniens that have r fallen, and grelt is lyke to fallen her after in your seid I reamc, which God defende, but if[uri/^ss] be your Hygh- \ nesse provysion convenable be mad for Jew reforma- \cion and punysliment in this behalf; Wherfore I, your nurable suget and lyge man, Richard, Duke of York, willyng as etfectually as I kan, and desiryng suertc and prosperite of your most roia Jl person, and welfare of this your noble reame, councel and advertyse your exce JJenl, for the conversacion [ratiserva/ion] of good tranquillite and pesable rewle among all trew sogelts, for to ordeyn and provyde that dcwe justice be had a yenst all such that ben so endited or openly so noysed : wher inne 1 offre, and wol put me in devour for to execute your comaundements in thes premises of such offenders, and recbesse of the seid mysrewlers to my myth and power. people as ye may gete for oure ivorehip at tbii lyine ; 1 for we will be there like oure estate in oure best mse without any delay. Item, the day oi oier and teraiyner shall holde at Norwich on Moneday next comyng, and by thai cause iny Lord of Oxenford shall be disported of his comyng to the Parlement for to attende to the Sessions of oier, &c. with my cousin Fastou, made late to my Loid Noriollc was right well avised, in case that the Justice sboidd be Count Ermanded. J I Aa iaquiiitiou taken by Che e Khealor of a county by virtue of hia cffioe »u frequenily called as "offin." \M object wu 10 iuic«niu Q Ihe Kiaf't bile (o certain landb * Thomas Bert wma pre Kaled Co Hay Lctdim by Sir Joho Fa Motfin t^^L *» m*l HBlf KY ri, ifr S 124. ■ Tliiaix IB eod Dne Aeat oaihcoripoal MS,, whkh, q« beihf addreaie^ *uprob4btv onlir a copf. It wer ful neccssaiye and profitable to the Kyng and to his pepil for to have othir officers in his d Bche. 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Lots of exclusive samples When your hand just isn't enough anymore. Check out Zishy's fast growing collection of sexy non-nude photos of beautiful girls.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. i The following is a list of tliose we have been able to meet with either in die originals or in other quarters, such as Blomefield's History of Norfolk, where notices are given of several documents, which appear now to have got into unknown hands. Elenct's, Kulme,[ind the Convent la Osbem, the priest |snid by Blomeiield lo have been 3 son of Grifii D de Thwait, the founder of the I'aslon family), the land of St. in King Stephen's |ftign), granting to Richer de Postun, sod of Osbem, ion of "Jriihn de Thwele, all the land that the Convent held in Paslun, ilh Iheir men, ami other pedintncics. "There was also another branch of this family, of which was Wystan, or Woklaii. We write therfore lo yow, prayng yow hertly as ye love us, that it like you to do that labour at our instaunce be suych men [wain] as your wisdom can seme, to meve that gentilwoman in our behalf for tlie welc of this mater, undirtakyng for us that we wole shew OUT bounte to thaym bothe, if it plesc hir that this mater take effect, so that be reason she shall haf cause to take it in gree. Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. at the one A^u aa\v crea Eed lord, aad the other duke in 144B, aid Friday as a Tutu Efl. iequeni Dti the fall of the Duke ir Sul Tol L There ■■. Sir Thomas Stanley hath a bille redy endossed therof. Tbc equopi uainal iii being cflhr i^unt year atc— 6m, ihal it tteiiu id be implird in [he Jeller pnctdini thai Lhe Earl *^f 0"rird was V Winch, neaj Lynn, in Norfal V. t 88,] Pro A lh£ But Liril T ar the i^onicbti or ihu and tbr two f Dllowinjg; tetten, it IB evident ihai tlicy bcloi^e to iho *amc yar : and ihc mcorio H of Thomu Dvnye», from wham (he Eor J of Oif Dnl vas aflerw^^rds etmuiged, prom Lhal IE nmetn before J454. ihcte wai (US' af Tecuoit in Norf Dlk, which led l(» (he \^min^ of a ppeinal CDmmisno D oi pjrtr and ! or at ic-Tti noi kn DWB niunbefi u a po Uscnp L To my worshipfuil mais Ur, John Paston, Escuyr, dwellynge all Nonuich, in hast. TTie lime or year and ihc pan taken by the Duke of Yor V in the election Dte cii- cunutancu which lit Ihc Ritclvtl create a pretty sutuig prc&umption in favaur of the year 145^ And Ihi* pre^ump Eian a]m D^t becam« a ccrtainly» when wcobfecrve that the tiale irf thit letter — l OLh October— v^ a fhday ta thai year; ftir the mctiine of Votk and NDrfalk 11 ttated in the oeitt letter to have been on a Hiurtday a Ad Ftid Ay, and this Letter wcuitl doubtlett hltvc been wriucti ai fiodfi as A deciv DD hjtd been come to between the two Lon JL To mire trusli and welbdovid John Paston, S^uier. GHT tmsti and welbelovid, we grete yon well And forasmoche as oure uokitl of York and we have fully appoynted and agreed of such ij. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from country to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of any specific book is allowed. that the letter was wiitten an a Wednesday, Had it been on a Tuesday or Thursday, tklonday would have been spukcn ofaa " yestenlay," or Fridayu " to-morrow." Now. The changes in of Rtcn at Hate menboned in Ehu letter are. besides, as will be seen by a f KM.i Hte, an alliuinn to Uio Porliavienl at Lqccsict. Recomaund me unto your good maistership; and as for tidings, Arblastcr come home to fcl Bi my Lord' on Muntiay, at sopertyme; and tny Maister Danyell^ is Slywaid of the Duche of Lantiastre by yonde Trent, and Arblastr seith he hath made me his undirstyward. My lord wole not to Leicestre.* My Maister Dan- yell desireth yow ihedir, I shall ride thiderward oa Friday by tymcs. day of May, 1 pray yow to thynk upon my mater to my mastfcsse your wyf^ for my mastresse Anne, for in good feith I haf fiilly conquered my lady sith ye went, so diat I haf hir promisse to be my good lady, and that she shall help me by the feith of hir body. on Ihe iith May 14 W twhi Lh makei i( improbable tha E he would be a L Wkvenboe ir day E^KX four dav E a Tler : and. FTER that myn letter was wretyn, I spak with Maistc T Yelverton, and tolde hym the sub- stance of my letter to yow. 14501 and th'entre therof als long as he may ; and he demyth veryly that H. persones for to be knightes of shire o( ^ John Jenayn vaa aeiiuily ^^poiated Sbetiff in the end of the yeoj ny^ A-D-MSo-l HENRY VL i6i \Noiffolk u oure said unlc Ul and we thinke co Dvenient and necessarie for the welfare of the said shire, we therfor pray you, in oure said unkill name and oiires bothe, u ye list to stonde in the favoui of oure good I^rdahipp, that ye make no laboure cootrarie to oure deure^ , And Goid have you in his keping.

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