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<Q OR3 1580S? W1FLEETWOOD>
<A WILLIAM FLEETWOOD 1>
[} [\LETTER CCXXIX. SERJ=T=. FLETEWOOD RECORDER OF LONDON, TO
LORD BURGHLEY.\] }]
My very good Lord, yesterday I sent your Lordship a Letter
towchinge the admission of my Lord chieff Justice in to the
Comen Place; but my man finding not your Lordship in the Court
retorned the Letters to me agayne.
This present Sundaye my Lord Maior was presented,
where her Maiestie most gratiouslie accepted of my Lord, and of
my folishe speache, to the great comforth of my Lord Maior and
of all his bretherne the Aldermen.
Her Maiestie was wonderfully well pleased in all things,
savinge for that some yonge gentilmen beinge more bold then well
maner . . .