192. H. MAKNEY TO SIR WILLIAM STONOR [? 1478]
My specialle gode Maister, y recomand me to youe &c. Sire, my modire hathe [been] with me on Friday laste, and hathe receyvde of me xl. s. for þe terme of oure ladys day, and nowe y ame here gode sone and alle welle while hit wull endure. She movide me for here suertes Page 33, vol. 2 of here paymentes, which [y] promiside here before youe: þen I praede here name þe persons whiche [she would] have bownde: þe she namyde Kydwelly or Harry Dogette, Thomas Latten, Roberte Felde, and Thomas Gossefforde: wheron y have grauntide here to yeve here a answere within iij wekes after Ester. Morovire, y told here þat y wulde departe fro þe place or sete a tenante þerin: þen she question de me who shulde be my tenante: y sede þat ye were adviside to be tenante, with þat ye myȝte entrete here for here parlour and þe Chapell: and y suppose þat she wulbe easely entretide, if ye sende be tymes while þe gode wylle lastithe. Wherfore on Tusday nexte comyng shalbe þe honowre day at Wallyngefforde: and yf ye wulde sende to Herry Dogette þat he wulbe þer and make here halfe a promise þat he wulde be a suerte for here paymente, þe he myȝte entrete here for þe parlour and Chapell. Also y pray youe remembre þat þe Stuard and John Mathewe myȝte be with me on Moneday nexte: ande as for yowr stuffe at Hurley may be broughte to Makney with my cartis, whiche shall carye my litill stuffe, and save youe money and me bothe &c.
Your servaunt H. Makney.
To my speciall gode Maistire Sire William Stonor.