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LETTER1: Letter by Simon Forman to Richard Napier, 19 September 1599

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To his veri good frinde mr Richard Sandie at great Lyndford giue thes/

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Brother Sandie my humble and hartie Comedacons Remembred. I thought yt not Amisse to signifie vnto youe howe far I haue proceded in the bocke that I told youe I mente to put in presse. I haue half done. therfore I pray forget not your mise for the Aunsweringe of All Invectiues Against our profession that youe may haue yt Redy with expedition in the English tongu’ for all the wordle to vewe / faill not herof. I doe wishe, that youe had brufaldoro. my geldinge to kepe this winter. yf youe will kepe him for me send me word by the Carryar.|/| the next wicke. yff youe will com to London on him/ youe shalbe very well welcom. This winter I mean to study hard. I thank youe for my cheases. London 19 of Septmb 1599

Yor forman/.


Editorial Note:  This letter consists of one sheet of paper bound into a manuscript as folios 103 and 112.

Transcribed text from MS Ashmole 240, f. 112v, f. 103r (f. 112v upper centre, and f. 103r upper)

Cite this as: Lauren Kassell, Michael Hawkins, Robert Ralley, John Young, Joanne Edge, Janet Yvonne Martin-Portugues, and Natalie Kaoukji (eds.), ‘LETTER1: Letter by Simon Forman to Richard Napier, 19 September 1599’, The casebooks of Simon Forman and Richard Napier, 1596–1634: a digital edition,, accessed 28 November 2020.