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Letter to Usher from some intimate friend who had been imprisoned in Dublin Castle for his profession, desiring him to mediate with the Archbishop of Canterbury for the writer's admittance into the Church of England, (he being now willing conform to the King's pleasure and the laws of the kingdom) and to visit him in the Gatehouse, Westminster, where he now remains, n.d.

MS. Rawl. C. 849, fol. 261

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The signature and date are lost. Addressed "To the worshipfull my verie lovinge cossen Doctor James Usher at his lodginge in the Strand, right over againste Salisbury House."


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MS. Rawl. C. 849, fol. 261


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