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Letter from Abraham Strelly [Sturley] to Richard Quiney


The Bailiff fills his place very efficiently, obscure allusions to Stratford business, the Bailiff is going up and will bring the rest of the tax money, his sister has had an interview with Lord Grevile, Mr. Parsons is not likely to pay, "if u can take up monej u must remember Mr. Pendleburj mj sister's aperne promised bj u, and a sute of hattes for five boies, the yongst lined and trimmed with silke; att ur owne table in ur owne house, time for me to go home, late and verj late,".
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For a transcript of this document, see Master Richard Quyny : bailiff of Stratford-upon-Avon and friend of William Shakespeare by Edgar I. Fripp (London : Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1924). pp140-142