Letter from Thomas Wolsey Archbishop of York to Dr Stephen Gardiner February or March Letter written from Esher shortly after Wolseys disgrace to Gardiner secretary to Henry VIII making arrangements as to the benefices in the province of York and appealing to the Kings compassion on account of his advanced age and long service Gardiner as was frequently the case at this period of his life is addressed as Mr Stevens The late poor Dean of Wells mentioned in the letter was Thomas Winter Wolseys natural son Evidence of the writers weakness and agitation may be seen in his inability to keep the pen from dotting the paper between the words From the second series of Facsimiles of royal historical literary and other autographs in the Department of Manuscripts British Museum Series IV London
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