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1562 - Paulet, William - To Mary I

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Date 1562
Author Paulet, William
Title [William Paulet to Mary I]
Mentions Piers at Robin Hood's Bay in a decayed state
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Robin Hood's Bay.
The sender of the letter, William Paulet, Lord High Treasurer / Unknown painter, National Portrait Gallery, Public Domain.
Mary I, the recipient of the letter, painted by Antonis Mor, 1554 / Public Domain.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-04-15. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-10-18.

Allusion

Decayed state of the piers of Bridlington and Robin Hood's Bay, in Yorkshire. Requests that certain lordships of the Crown may be let for defraying the necessary repairs.[1]

Source notes

This calendar entry is a summary of the MS letter; spellings of place-names may not be exactly as in the MS source. Marginal note in printed source: "Nov. 17". The letter was sent from "Winchester to the Queen", i.e. from William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester, Lord High Treasurer, to Mary I.

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