Letter to the Lords Justices from Castlehaven

Collection: Other Depositions

Citation: TCD, 1641 Depositions Project, online transcript January 1970
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Dublin Core

Date: 1642-03-22
Identifier: 840043r024


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Misc
Deposition Type: Letter
Nature of Deposition: Letter
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 43r


May it please your Lordshipps
More then ten dayes sithence, I sent an express with a letter by the which, I would have desired from your Lordshipps a pass for my goeing into England, but that letter being intercepted by some of the Irish Army, I resolved to send my Brother, who should present my request by word of Mouth, his journy I thought fitt to quicken haveing just now receaued a letter from the vnited Lords (as they stile themselves) which I have according to my Dutye sent your Lordshipps, a present answeare I perceive they expect, which if your Lordshipps will, shall bee returned by mee, I beseech you give mee a particular Instruccions which I shall pounctually observe, as in being ready to bee comaunded as your Lordshipps reall
Humble servant
Castlehaven Audley
the 22 of March
For the right honorable the
Parsons and the Lo: Bourlary
Lords Justices of Ireland
Lo: Castlehaven
Dat 22
Rec 23
} Marty 1641
Exr per Ma: Barry

fol. 43v

fol. 44r

fol. 44v

22 March 1641
Letter from the
Earle of Castlehauen
to the Lords Justices

Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Castlehaven Audley, * Parsons, Lord Bourlary
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Author, Recipient, Recipient