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William Dugdale Correspondence

Andrew Hay

Secretary to the deputy earl marshal

Andrew Hay, London to William Dugdale, Blyth Hall, 3 April 1677

Official letter from the secretary to the deputy earl marshal informing Dugdale of his appointment as Garter and summoning him to London.

Hamper, 407; Merevale, HT2B/5


William Dugdale, Blyth Hall to Andrew Hay, 7 April 1677

Indicating his acceptance of the office of Garter, while indicating his reluctance because of his age.

Hamper, 408-9; Merevale, HT2B/5