A warrannt for the Maundy

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We Will and Commaunde youe that immediately upon the sight hereof ye delyuer or cause to be delyuered unto our trusty and welbeloued Servaunt Sir Thomas Gorges Knight gent of our warderobe of oure Robbes for thuse of oure Maundy and our said warderobe these parcels of stuffe following that is to say

First a hundred threscore and five yardes of Russet clothe to make lv gownes for lv pore women

Item lv payre single soled Showes for them

Item cc iiii score v ells of lynnyn clothe aswell for Smockes for the said poore women as also to be imployed uppon the service of our said Maundy

Item for xxvi payre of bearing and trussing shiets of two breeds di of holland clothe and twoo ells iii quarter long

Item on payre of presse shetes of iiii breids and Nyne elles Longe euery sheet of holland clothe

Item thyrty Napkines of Diap of ell and qrt brodd

Item xviii elles of diap of one ell long the pece to sarve the offyce of our Warderobe of the Roobes.

and that ye content and pay for making of the premisses and also for Cariage of the same from our great Warderobe to the place where god willing we shall make our said Maundy. Withe thyrty elle of Canvas and thre bolts of cord to trusse the said stuffe in

And these our lettres Sygned withe our owne hand shalbe your Suffycyent warraunt and dischardge in this behalf yeoven under our Signet at our Palace at Westm the xx day of February the xxxi yeare of our Regine

To our trusty and webeloued Servaunt John Fortescue Esquyer Master of great Warderobe