|The 1654 Prose Letters Letter 107, cont., and Letter 108 (p.283)|
hands, and then leave it to their discretion.
If they incline to any thing, I should chuse
shirt Hollond, rather under then above 4 s.
Our blessed Saviour multiply his blessings
upon that noble family where you are, and
your self, and your sonne; as upon all
them that are derived from
Your poor friend and servant
To my very much respected friend Mr.
I thank you for expressing your love to
me, by this diligence, I know you can
distinguish between the voyces of my love,
and of necessity, if any thing in my
Letters found like an importunity. Besides,
I will adde thus much out of counsell to