Lady Lisle

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Parent Book/Manuscript The Lisle Letters

Furthermore, my master being in good health, thanking your ladyship for a piece of gold of ijs vjd and a purse of crimson velvet and a shirt collar sent by William Seller, and to me a iiijd. Moreover I desire your ladyship to send my master cloth for a green coat against summer, and a petticote, and cloth for hosen. I thank your ladyship for the shirt cloth that ye sent me, howbeit I cannot tell whether I shall have them note it for.

Notes The 'master' is John Basset, son of Lady Lisle. He was at the time living with the Norton family and William Bremelcum was his man-servant.
Page/Folio No. 71
Date 3-9-1534
Volume 3
Gender Association Male
Letter From William Bremelcum
Letter To Lady Lisle , Lady Lisle

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Parent Book/Manuscript The Lisle Letters

Mr. Basset's chest, with apparel and others, is laden in this boat, which Agnes Woodruff goeth in, and hath promised to see the same delivered. And as touching his coat cloth, there is none of the same colour to be had that the Queen's brother did wear at Calais; for Bremelcum and I have sought all London for the same, and have been even with the same draper that served him, but all helpeth not

Notes see 929 for the Queen's brother, also fn. 1
from a letter not published with this collection
child John
Page/Folio No. 7273
Date 5-12-1537
Volume 4
Gender Association Male
Letter From John Husee
Letter To Lady Lisle , Lady Lisle
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