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Edmund Knyvett (Porter of the Mint), son.

One letter written during a religious conversion deploring his former life and stating that 'for tabacco I have asuredly left it'. Others listing his debts and referring to his intention of going to Spain with Sir Charles Cornwallis, re ...

Henry Knyvett, London (d 1603), brother.

Henry was apparently in the household of the Chancellor, Sir Thomas Bromley, till his death in 1587. The letters contain much court, national, and foreign news, inc. treason trials and other causes celebres, refs. to the exploits of Sir Francis Dr...

Robert Knyvett, Padua and Smyrna.

Mentioning journey to Constantinople 'to see antiquityes' and re financial arrangements, and asking him not to 'putt my poore fortune out of your hands', 1613-1614. Also bills of exchange signed by Humphrey Basse and Thomas Sto...

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