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WILLIAM OKE MANNING,
THE HOUSEHOLD OF SIR THOMAS MORE
TOKEN OF HIS SISTER'S TRUE AFFECTION.
SIR THOS. MORE.
Chelsea, June 18th. On alking Mr. Gunnel to what Use I should put this fayr Libellus, he did suggest my making it a Kinde of family Register, wherein to note the more important of our domestick Passages, whether of Joy or Griefemy Father's Journies and Absences—the Visits of learned Men, theire notable Sayings, etc. “You are ready at the Pen, Mistress Mar“garet,” he was pleased to say, “and I “ woulde humblie advise your journalling, in “ the same fearless Manner in the which you “ framed that Letter which soe well pleased