[Samuel Wood] to Sir John Trevor (Little St. Bartholomew's, London): sends account of money due from Thomas Crewe for the years 1637 and 1638 with some explanations; has had various delays to business including the imprisonment of the Chester miller with whom he had agreed terms; expresses his pleasure at Sir John's good opinion of him but urges him to be sure that the writer's abilities are adequate for the duties he is urging him to undertake; refers to a widow who is homeless and soon to give birth; comments on the dry weather; dealings with various neighbours; the success of recipient's asparagus; asks for directions re planting of seed; recipient's mother wants to know the price of her gloves...'
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- Dates of CreationApr 1639
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