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Cranmer’s Original letter: Two men sent to the fire and the coronation of Anne Boleyn

To the English ambassador at the Emperor’s court From Archbishop Cranmer: 17th June 1533:

In my most hearty wise I commend me unto you and even so would be right glad to hear of your welfare, &c. This be to advertise you that in as much as you now and then take some pains in writing unto me, I would be loathe you should think your labour utterly lost and forgotten for lake of writing again; therefore and by cause I reckon you be some deal desirous of such new is as hathe been here with us of late in the Kings Graces matters, I intend to inform you a parte there of according to the tenure and purport used in that behalf.

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