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" Rn]ph de Paston was son, as 1 like it" (says Blometield), " of this Richer, and appo TS lo have had two sons, Richonl aad Nichaiai. for a line (in germmam), and paying to him and his beir^ on Uie feasts of St. the reroaindr therof to the seid John and Elizabeth, jjid to his heirs male of hir body lawfully begotj-n, withoute impechement of wast, withynnc jay dayes jfter the seid weddyng. dayes the seid John shall do lawfull estate to be made to the seid William of londs, tenemetitz, rentz, and servysez to the yerly value of x L marc over all charges bom ; to have and hold to the seid Wi Uiam terme of his lyfe, withoute empechement of wast; the remayndre therof to the seid Eiizabetli, to have and hold to hir terme of hir lyfe withoute empechement of wast .\lso it is accorded that the seid Wi Uiam shall make estate of all the residue of bis londs which he is sesid of, or any other man to his use, to swech personys as the seid John shall name, to the use of the seid John. Sir, as for cerleyn evidence of myn louchyng your place in Seint Andrues Parissh, my wif tellith mc that she leffi thayra in a cliest at Ovyes sbette ; the key ther of she hath sent now to Ovy also. 71.] ^e datr o Tthlilcner u fixrd by tht iact referred loin Note i. whic:h, ihou Eh de Uved 4 litt\n laicf timm U here ^iecled certainly did cake p La CD in 1454. Ledam wulde a do hys wyse to a mad a coraplent to Pryothe* in the scher-howse of yow, and By Uyng consallyd hym to levc, and tolde Ledam ye and he wer no felawys, and sayd to Ledam, " That is the gysc of yowx contre men, to spend alle the good they have on men and Icwery gownys, and hors and harnes, and so beryt owth for j wylle thai it LI hlg Uy problblc he hsd la fay for i L ua the bc^ifr nine or nut year- In the year follounne. " Richaid, son of Ralph de Fusion, by his deed, laiis date, granted lo Gcof Trey, son of Roger de Twcyl, landa in ihu town f Ox Dead), paying 9d. Andrew, Candlemas, Pentecost, and St Michael, oo each feast, 2S. Also die seid John Clopton shall do lawfull estate to be made to the seid Elizabeth of londs, tenementz, rentz, and servysez to the yerly value of txx A". And as for more evidence, sum is in the kepyng of Frere John Mendham, wherto I beseche youi maistership that yi vole se for the sauf and secreet kepyng therof. Set ui Qther It OOI td Wi Uiun Futoc further oa, dalcd Mi beptenber; 2i his vntrchypfv U Brodyr, John Fusion. aenm, Fouolf wai endeavouruif CD unke goo A tho K claimb ai^ntl the t^r Dtfn, which ha hxi« toa^y ue» cioni u a ground of iodulgcace to binuelf-J 228. Refrain fivm automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. 3 "Thi MTiife should be Suffolk, as (he Enrldatei from Bury St Edniund"", bal I ^Kdil Ti^ i Tiink Norfolk was intended which the Earl lud probably ]«« Irrt on lijb vvay tip (o Lt Todon. shall write to my Lord of Norflblk that he certifie the Kyng and his Counseill how the cuntre of S. if] he wole j whether he wole or nay, I can nai sey, for I know wele he was at Wal- syngham. And then he seyde he myth non sewerte take that passid C//. f GTH wurchipfu U hosbond, I recommawnd me to yow, desyring hertyly to her of your | welfar, preying yow to wetc that itt was told ■ me this weke that ther is afayr plase to sell in Seynt Laiteransis parysch, and stant ner the chirche, and by the water syde, tlie whiche place Toppis hath to sell. Item, there is laboured a supenedeas for atle t Holm Hilc ■ Sibllk. yeden, i.e, went^ and that itt grevyd me mor that the seyd Sawtr ■huld reporte as he dede than itt had be reportyd of another, in als moche as I had awgth hym goodwyll befor ; and she prayid me that I shud not beieve seche reports tyll I knewe the trowth. If Andrews and the olhera hnd been lued in Sul Tolk instead of Norfolk, they could have had no grounds of action. [loha And Fvws wad one of Htyil DD't adhcnnti whi the pncccdipgi uken ^Bi Dtt icvvtal d T thai tactioa in 1451-J 169. Item, William Donmowe, servauni of the sayd: Robert Lcdham, and by his comaundement, the same yerc bete the parson of Hashyngliam, and brake his hede in his ovi-yn chauncell. Written at Lamehith, on Witsonday, Sic By your cosyn, I ! The Erie of Wylts sent to the Lordes from a place of his, called Peterfeld, a lettre desyring to know if he shuld come, and abyde abought the Kynges persone as he dcde be fore ; and if he shuld not, than that they wold lycence hym to goon in to Ertand, and leve there upon bis landes, &c., and before this don, the Lords were advysed to have made hym to don as the Duk Buk hath don, and no more ; but what that wotle falle now therof, no man can telle as yet. And for as muche as it is thought right necessarie for divers causes that my Lord have at this tyme in the Parlement suche petsones as longe unto him, and be of his menyall servaunis, wherin we conceyve your good will and diligence shal be right expedient, we hertili desire and pray you that at the contempladoa of thise oure leltres, as our special trust is in you, ye wil geve and apphe your voice unto our right welbelovid cosin and servaunts, John Howard and Syr Roger Cham birlayn, to be Knygh Cs of the shire, exordng a D suche Dthir as be your wisdom shal now be behovefull, to the good exployte and conclusion of the same. We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. Vucount Bc Aumon L ' Richaid Woodvi Ue, created Baron Riven sgdi May 14^ ; aftirvardi tail. [From Foi D, ii L 360.] Thk kdtr FAno TK wc LL be of Ihc HUeyarmlbc Ia H. Th my right trusty ami ititierly wdbelaved John Pastm, Squyer. \Norfoik and Suffol H\ stonde right v wu in Wi]tihirc, Jnti uheii (he DDminadu D of John Jrnn;rn oa Shen I ijitcird, bill had not ytt been decided nn. And I beseche All myghty Jesu have yow in his mercyfu U govemaunce. day of May anno xxix" Regis Hearici vj"- On the back of the ietttr is wr UUti — I prey yow be nowth displesed thow I have nowt subscribed my name withinne forth, for it is of aecly- gens, quoth Hon-ys, Parson of Castlecomb. ; and the Lord Molyns is a gret lord, he myght soon cause h Tn to lese that, and meche mo. Pytc alyster [a dyer\ bowgth itt of Toppis and now, for defawt of payment, Toppis hath enterid ayen therinnc, and shall selle itt in hast, as it is told me. Hale,' the whiche is Ihc Lady Boysys,' and kepyth itt with strength with seche another felashcp as hath be alt Brayston, and wastylh and dispoylyth all that thcris; and the Lady Boys, as it U told me, is to London to compleyn to the Kyng and to the Lordys ther of. i Liueblcr i Dd heir ii-; J)- i33i m a footnote, and ihe fol V.nving sentence ejitracted: — "'i Tie u*- Iioulbe of [he Ptyour of Hvkclyng clrawctli away my devotion ii *adi causes." Tbc □liginul oi Ihu letlei I have ool mel wilh. Iwasatt Toppysatdyncron Seynt Pctyraday; thermy I^ady Fctbrygg and other jantyll women desyiyd to have hadde yow iher. Item, the sayd Thomas Bery, Elys Dukworth, Tho- mas Cokowe, George of Chamer, the v. The Baron of Dudley is in the Towre ; what shal come of hym, God wote. And in your faithful atlendaunce and trewe devoyre in this partie, ye shal do unto my Lord and us a nnglere pleasir, and cause us herafter to thank you therfore, as ye shal holde you right weel content and agreid, with the grace of God, who have you ever in his keping. i The following is a list of tliose we have been able to meet with either in die originals or in other quarters, such as Blomefield's History of Norfolk, where notices are given of several documents, which appear now to have got into unknown hands. Elenct's, Kulme,[ind the Convent la Osbem, the priest |snid by Blomeiield lo have been 3 son of Grifii D de Thwait, the founder of the I'aslon family), the land of St. in King Stephen's |ftign), granting to Richer de Postun, sod of Osbem, ion of "Jriihn de Thwele, all the land that the Convent held in Paslun, ilh Iheir men, ami other pedintncics. "There was also another branch of this family, of which was Wystan, or Woklaii. We write therfore lo yow, prayng yow hertly as ye love us, that it like you to do that labour at our instaunce be suych men [wain] as your wisdom can seme, to meve that gentilwoman in our behalf for tlie welc of this mater, undirtakyng for us that we wole shew OUT bounte to thaym bothe, if it plesc hir that this mater take effect, so that be reason she shall haf cause to take it in gree. Ga Srey Benchard, Alexander Glover, hcy- wards,* tolcyn a dystresse of John Jam^s or the bond teneot of A. of the dok to Seynt Fcythis, and ther shall be beryid. And ther 1 spat with Crane ; and he be sowthe me that I wolde sende over to my maystress your modyr for his excuse, for he myth nowth be with here at this tyme, but on the Saterday in Esteme wyke he wolle nouth fayll to be with her. And I shall kepe yow T informatyon in this mater secret, and with Godds grace so purvey for hem as they shall not all be well pleasyd. The documents seen tby Blomeiield, and those from the Paston and Dawson- t Tumer collections, now in the British Museum, were probably all at one time part of the Paston family muniments. Benel'i of Paslon (Urram Satw H Bciudicti ic Pailon), in fee, ' half the farm of one caruea, a his ancc^o T? Also a Deed of Covenant between Richer de Poston and R^'- old the Abbot, and Convent of St. dc Faston, whom 1 take to be the lineal ancestor of Sit William Paston, thr Judge, and the Eails of Yarmouth. and Richaid I., nnd raairied, as is probable, a datighter of Ihe Glan- villes, as appeared from an Jmp Alemenl of Paston and Glanville in the windows of Paston Hall in Pa;ton. And if the comyng thider of our persone self shuld be to plesir of hir, we wole men lap in Wiltshire, and I ha Jde it of the report o J Whiltocks mede ; but I trowe it is not so, for here is now lictel speche iherof ; ner the ksse, if I here more, I shall sende yow worde her after by sum loders that come to Seynt Bertiitoews [fayre].' Wretyti in hast at London, the Wednesseday next after our Lady day, &c. Paston, calde Reynalds, m Cromer, the xxviij'' yer of thys Kyng, and W. Jamys, with forsse toke awey the dysstres, wech was ij. If ye desyer to bey any of hys stuff, I pray you send mc word thcrof in hast, and I shall speke to Robert Ingtose and to Wychyagham therof; I suppose the: ben executots. Wretyn at Norwyche in hast on the Thursday next after Seynt Peter.' I pray yow trost nott to the sheryvc' for no %r langage. So he counsellyd me that I and my brothyr Denston xulde mete with hym there ; and so, withoute your better avyse, I and my brothyr purpose us to be ■ A. 385 with you ther at that tyme ; for the soimer the levyr me, for, as to my conceythe, the dayys be waxyn wondyrly longe in a scorte tyme. [From Fcno, iil 196.] I Thr^ date e^lh Udn/t kelllem«l ! M.] FOTtlied BKarih Li Jcticr ^t aajha lu Rineii E to icier ih F nmilcria Lc Lttn 19S uid i QQ precedi Dg, Both Dcnyu uid hit wife ar« htic stilt in prixn, but bv cxpna Act himldr£nlcful ID Pat Lon Tor cflortl maile in hti beu Lf To my Maitttr Poitim. At suche a tyme a man may knowe hese frendes and hese fooes asonder, &c. 1450- Er II of Oxenford, the Lord Scales, Sir John Fastotf, Sir Thomas Fulthorj), and William Yelverton. And also if the justicez come at my request, they shall sytte als long as I wole, and so shall Uiei not by the generall. Sir, be war of Heydon, for he wold destroyed yow be my feyth. But for the more special cause of my wrytyng at this tyme is to gef you relacion of the un true demen- yng of this oure determyncr, by the parcialte of the Jugez of it ; for whan the Counsell of the cite of Nor- wich, of the toun of Swafham, youres, my Maist Cr Inglosc,' Pastons, and many other playntyfs had put in and declared, bolhe by writypg and by woord by fore the Jugez, the lawfull excepcions in many wise, the Juges by ther wilfiilnesse myght nat fynde in ther hert to gef, not als moche as a bek nor a twynclyng of fher eye toward, but toke it to deriscion, God reforme such parcialte ; and by cause Prisot * thought that yf the: Sessions of the oyer determyner had be holdea at Norwich as they bygonne, he supposed it shuld nat so fast passe to th'entent of Tudenham and Heydon and Ihcr felawes, as it shuld do ellfes] in other place, but enjomed to Walsyngliam, whet they have grettist rale, ther to be hoideu on Tuesday, liij" day of May. [A-D-usa- our soverayne Lorde, thai ze spar neyther for love, drede, ne fer that ze have to any peisone of what estat, degre, , or condicioii he be, but that ze sey the soth by whomel suche ofleoces de done, and that ze spar do man that' « koowe gilty ; and be the feyth that we owe to our soverayn Lorde, they schal be chastysid after ther desert, and hit reformyd as lawe requyiith. IS o( the Lord Scales schulde in his name manasse and put men in feer and drede to compleyne to us at this lyrae of the seide hurts and greves, seynge that we wolde abyde but a schort lyroe her, and aftir our de- partynge he wolde have the rewle and govemaunce as he hath had affore tyme. of the cloke in the nyght, and i^h ihaire swerdys maymed hym and gaff hym vij. I pray yow doth somwhate aftyr mf councell as I wolle do by yourec 247. yow and Mastir Grey ; nevir the latyr I have a master. The cause of my wrjiyng to you at this tyme is this, praying you to send me word of yonie welfare, and how ye do of youre seknesse, and if the medycyn do you ony good that I send you wrytj-ng of last ; thankyng you of the grete fxenship that ye have do to my mc Kler with all ray hert Also I pray you that ye wyll be good meyn to my cosyn youre husbond, that he wyll se that my fader be well ruleyd in his lyvelode for his worship and h Ji profett Also prayng you to hold me exsdiusyd that I have wiyten no ofier to you, for, in good feth, I had no leysir; for my Lady hath be seke at London, ner hand this quarter of this yere, and that hath be grete hevinesse to me ; but now, hlesyd be God, she is amendyd and is in the contre agayne. Also tiuuliyng you of the grete chere that I had of you when I was with you laste with all my hcne, Irayiig you of good contenuanse, for I had never gret- ter nede than I have now, and if I had leyser and ■ space, I wolde write to you the cause. Albaa'L ll appcan by an intp€sti*n HS on Palpnl Roll, 34 Hm. 16, Ih4( h« pr CKnicd aiicciijnn (D (he King Jn Puliainc Dl od the gih July. Goddes grace he shall be relcved by the meene of the Parlemcnt ; by Sonday yee shall hafe weelyng. 345 I I Unto my moest fail/a H brethem, John Bokkyng and William Worcestre, and to tyllier of Iheym. Fendykea, a Icained man of the lem^ will help with his advice. s E it yow to have yn koowlege that y veele well my inaister takyth gretely to hert the materes whych he hadi wiyl to you uppon the ejcecudon of my Lord of Bedford ys godes, and in especiall for the recuveryn^ of hem, as well of Sir Andreu O.' executors as of Sir Robert Whytyng- bam, &c. F[or] in a general oyer and termyner a superstdtat may dasah al, and so shall not in a special. Wi Uiani Nonvych tolde me that he durste undertake for to brynge yow un to my Lord, and make hym yotir lyght good Lord; and, Sir, my mayster counceyllyd yowthat le shuld not spare, but gete yow hese good Lordshcp. day of May, at Castrc, I receyved a Icttre from you by your clerk, W, Barker, the tenure whcrof I shall do spede in all hast goodly. Wherfor we charge yow alle, on the Kyngs behalve ajo THE PASTON LETTERS. done], semyth ns, shall be to owr seyd Lordys honur and gret rejoyng to all the jentylmen of the shyer, and cause the peas to be kept her after be the grace of God, how have yow in hys blyssed kepyng. Item, in lyke wyse the sayd Robert Lethum and his men assauted on John Coke of Witton, in brekyng uppe his dorys atte a xi. And therfor, savyng your better avice, I had ievcr yc were at London a welse the rather and tymelyer then a weke to late. And, Sir, as for the eleccion of the Knyghte of the shire here in Norffolk, in good feyth her hath ben moch to do ; nevir the lalyr, to lete yow have knowlech of the demeuyng, my Master Berney, ray Master Grey and ye had gret- \ Ityst voyse, and I purpose me, as I woll answer God, to retome the dieu eleccion, that is aftir the sufficdente, . Note I- * The modem version in Prnn mdi, *'T1m Mayor icnt to ibe Lnoc^ Sheritf. Wreten atte Intewode, this Wednesday next after Sceint John, in hast Your serviunt, John Jennby, 251. f GHT worehipfu U cosyn, I recomaimd mc unto you, desyryng to here of youre wel&xc;| and if it like you to her of my welfar, at the makyng of this letter I was in good hele, loved be God. Sir Jolm F^biciir wcf( boih Ji Caisicf, t" Bul Pa^mine^ wna BCCitted uf nu^Eift d Uiurl Mnceiin 14, 'I1ic rcvei^ of ^ii-wiltuin Oldha Jn autlawry wai in 145;; for wc havr cecn in Nik 943 thai hewn ;«b Bxcd (D nmtun in sauauary for »inc Ikilc timv a^r the banle of St. [ears from John de Leawe, one of Lord WUloughby's cxecnton, that they will labor to my Lord Beaumont to a Jv Fince the pn cesa for recovery of his part of Che reward for the taking ot the Duke of Alcncon. Thta le Eter u tcrlajnly before ttie death of Lcid Cr Dmwcll, Aod thtrefort not lartr Ihan 1455 ; but il bcvo K ED illdic Bte much grenter BOlkatude on Ihe nibjecl than Ka Kolf bhewed ^n lh« [irccediiiji ycu- 7i the ryght warshypfu U Sir, yohn Pasign, and to my hrothyr, "yohn Bokkyng.

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We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of The files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. enforced gretly, and seid his title was better thanne yours, Yislerday was my Maister Yelverton at dyner with my Maister Fastolf,' and there among other thei were avysed that my Maister F. and in all wise bothe in that materz and in all other, that ye be war that Prisot have not to have do in any wise, for than all wole be nought Of alle other materz I shall send you woord in all hast goodly, foi at ihys tyme I had no leyser by cause of the hasty comyng up of Hug Fea, whom I bescche yow to fele of the demenyng of the oyer determyner, for he can telle yow moche and \i.e. Aiid than I sayde as for any joporie that he shuld abyde in any thing that he doth for yow, or be your desyre, you have offered hym, and wol performet, suf- ficient sewerte for to sawe hym haimeles, and theifore I supposid iher wold non resonable man thynk but that he myght do for yow wyth owle any joporte. '" Th* enplji Da- lion «flain]y if nnl ycty urufaciocy- Krom ih« delinilion of " dv I« " wt michl j Krh:ipi con^rc Lurc wirh mare proti^^bi Mry Ihal " ia nwl' •w^s, la work in lb L be earlier Ihta igsi- u ^-^^ Boyt null have been ■ widow aiihe lime, uulihe oply became so ia DM«tf- bor njo^^w Letter 131, p. To my rygth ■worskipfull hoib&nd, John Paston, bt Shit dilyverid in hast. |LEASE it your, inaislership to wete that, as toucbyng Blake of the Kyagges hous, I spak with hym, and he told me that if the Lord Moleyns wold lake suyche appoyntemcnt as ye agreed to, that he shuld lete me wete therof on Satirday after noon, as I tolde yow whanne ye dyd on your botes, &c And sith that tyme I herd no word of hym. I told her that itt was told me syth that ye reden [? Does not think he authorised Howys to have Andrews and his other ulversaries noted aad corrected at ojitr and dilermyner ; bul if there iviu my letter to th At effecl, F. Thioki even if there vfls any letla to that effect sent by neghge Tice, Howys should li Lken counsel, njid he would not have been sued for con- Epimcy. Item, William Bretoo and John Berto D, and odii of the sayd ryottes, come into the place of on Robert Spany of Poswyke and serched his housei, hous be hous, for to have bete hym yf they myght have founije hym. of clocke at a Jtyr none, sad London went a geneialle processyon the same day. No more to you at this lyme, but I pray yon send this lettyr to my Maistresse Pascon, when ye have i sene hit ; prcyng yoo to remembre my systir Maigrrte ageyne the tyme that she shal be made nonne. The Duk fiiik is come inne, and sworn that he shal be rewled, and draw the lyne with Iheyni ; and ther to us THE PASTON LETTERS, [a-d. he and his brethcm ben bounde by recooysaunce id notable surames to abyde the same. To 9ure righl trustiand todbdovid John Paston, Esqukr. IIGHT trusti and welbelovid, we grete you heitiliweel.

The three Harleian charters seem to have been derived from a different source, A Deed is cited by Blomeiield (Hist. Bene L's, Holme, that when peace ihould be willed in England, and picas held in llie Court of COT Lord the King, the laid Riclicr would, at the icquesi and THE FASTON LETTERS. His son and heir Btylcd himself Robert de W)-ston and Robert de Paston ; who, dying In or about t3i]l, was buried at Bromliolm, and left Edmund de Paston. son of Robert, son of Wolstan de Paston, Sir Richard de Paston gave the land in Paston which Robert, his father, held of him and Nicholas, his brother, by deed sani dale." — Blomefield, vi. Undated Deed of Nicholaus Rlius Rndulti Diaconi de Paston, granting to Robert, son of Wistan de Paston, two parcels of lands — one of them abutting on Ihc lands of Eudo de Paston. Esprygy; Ralph de Reppei; Ri^er de Reppes; Ridiaid, s. Qwerfor I besheche you seade me your avyse how ye wolle have me rcwiyd, Stc. ■ podoubl abou E the va Wp«Ei Dd ullur of the p TVColing lecur, ifrh Atevu Qi Ay hat« bcco the rjact tunc that it wu wfitleq. on the one partu, and Wiliiam Cinpion, Squyer, en tht Qiher fartie. B^^^BIGHT reveient and ii-uishipfull Sir, and myn H^^^H especiall good maister, I recomaund me to ^^^B you.



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