252. THOMAS BRADBURY TO DAME ELIZABETH STONOR 15 OCTOBER, 1479
After due ffourme I recommaunde me unto your ladyship: lyke it you to wytte that I have R[eceived] a letter fro you by Master Makeney, and accordyng to your letter I send you: þat is— Page 91, vol. 2
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Madame, the sarcenet is verry ffyne. I thynke most profytable and most worshipfull for you, and shall [last]*. ["Last" omitted in MS.] you your lyff and your chyldes after you, wher as harlatry of xl. d. or xliiij. d. a yerd wold nat indure too sesons with you: Therfor for a lytill more cost, me thinketh most wysdom to take of þe best. In certen I have bought the most part of þe sarcenet, for I had nat I-now to perfourme yt. I wynne never a peny in þat &c. I shall see your ladyship hastly by Goddes grace, who pre|serve you to his plesour &c. Wret at London the xv daye of Octobr., Ao lxxix.
Be your servaunt, Thomas Bradbury.
To my right worshipful Dame Elizabeth Stonore be this delivered.