Last Michaelmas Term a son in law of Mr Bellwood discussed with him the stipend to be paid by Wm Robinson, which he alleged had been awarded to him by the Judges of Assize for reading the scripture at Marigate church. He expected the writer to remember that Wm Robinson had promised an allowance to his father in law. Suggests that he give him something “to stoppe hys mouthe”, and asks him to assist Thos. Scudamore.
Letter of John Bourchier to Sir Wm Robinson.
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