Thursday 23 November 1665

For Samuel Pepys Esqr

on[e] of the principall Officers

of his Majesties Navy

at Greenewich

Sayes Court

[23 November 1665]1

Sir,

I am but just now ariv’d2; of which I will give you no farther account at present, because the post shall not goe without the direction you require, though it be not so particular as I could wish it: The last I receiv’d was from Mr Fillingham3, and since that he is gon very sick home to his owne house to which I have no other addresse then by Mr Fillingham; so that the most expeditious will be to enclose Sir Williams Letter in a paper to him with this superscription

For Mr Fillingham at Mr Loverans’s in Hadleigh to be left at Stratford beyond Colchester

Suffolk:

Sir,

Mr Conny4 (who is now with me) informes me of the indispensable necessity of having an Hospital Ship, and therfor conjures me to put you in mind of the favour: Pardon dear Sir, this abrupt scribble of

Sir,

Your most humble Servant

JEvelyn:

Says-Court at

7 the Clock.

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