|The 1654 Prose Letters Letter 77, cont., and Letter 78 (p.217)|
is. I must end now, else the carrier will be
gone. God be with you.
You know me without a name, and I know
not how this Letter goes.
To Sir H. G.
I had destined all this Tuesday, for the
Court, because it is both a Sermon day,
and the first day of the Kings being here. Be-
fore I was to go forth, I had made up this
inclosed pacquet for you, and then came
this messenger with your pacquet, of which
if you can remember the number, you can-
not expect any account thereof from me,
who have not half an hour left me before
I go forth, and your messenger speakes of a
necessity of returning homward before my
returning home. If upon the delivery of
them, or any other occasion, there intervene
new subject of writing, I shall relieve my