Letter to Servant Cokeram
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This collection consists of a single letter, evidently addressed to a servant named Cokeram, informing him that "the quene surely wilbe hear with out fayle at on[e] of the cloke," [sic], and instructing him to send suitable provisions as quickly as possible. The letter is undated, the spelling archaic, and the handwriting very difficult to decipher.
- no date; possibly 1600s
Servant possibly in Elizabethan England.
0.1 Linear Feet (1 letter)
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Letter from unknown writer to his servant Cokeram, instructing to provide provisions for an impending visit by the queen. Undated.
W. S. Hoole Special Collections Library, University Libraries Division of Special Collections, The University of Alabama
Gift of Wade Hall, 2004
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