Letter Fourteenth To Anne Boleyn





DARLING, I heartily recommend me to you, ascertaining you that I am not

a little perplexed with such things as your brother shall on my part

declare unto you, to whom I pray you give full credence, for it were too

long to write. In my last letters I writ to you that I trusted shortly to

see you, which is better known at London than with any that is about me,

whereof I not a little marvel; but lack of discreet handling must needs be

the cause thereof. No more to you at this time, but that I trust shortly

our meetings shall not depend upon other men's light handlings, but upon

our own.



Written with the hand of him that longeth to be yours.



H. R.





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