Letter from Sir Thomas More to Henry VIII th March Letter written from Chelchith Chelsea by Sir Thomas More to King Henry VIII reminding him of his promise of favour made when he resigned the Chancellorship praying him not to distrust his truth and devotion and declaring that in the matter of Elizabeth Barton the Maid of Kent he had written the truth to Cromwell if the king deems him guilty he is ready to forfeit life and fortune but if the king perceives that he has only acted faithfully he begs that he may be relieved from the bill brought into Parliament against him From the fourth series of Facsimiles of royal historical literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts British Museum Series I V London
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