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We woll and comaunde you that uppon the sight hereof ye delyver or cause to be delyverd unto our servaunt Walter Fyshe twelve yards of purple vellat frized on the backsyde with white and russet sylke to make us a nyght gowne<

And also that ye delyver to Charles Smyth Page of our Robes Fourtene yards of murrye damaske to be employde in making of a night gowne for the Erle of Leycester<

And two hole pecis of crymesen silke chamlet stryped with golde the one conteyning xxx yerds iij qrters dimi and the other xxx yerds qrter dm to make Frauncs Haward and Elizabeth Knolls of our previe chamber eyther of them a trayne gowne<

whiche percells remayne in your custody and chardge and these our letters signed with oure hand shalbe your sufficient warraunt and dischardge for the delyverye thereof

Yeven under our signet at our Pallaice of Westm the xxviijth daye of Marche in the xiiij yere of oure raigne

To our trusty & welbeloved servant George Bredyman keper of our said Pallaice of Westm

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