Papers of the Winthrop Family, Volume 2
My humble duty remembred vnto your selfe and my mother may you please to vnderstand that I am (God be thanked) yesterday safely arrived in London, now first vnderstanding of the death of my Grand150mother and Vncle Fones, to my great and vnexpected greife, but we shall one day meet againe with greater joy, they are already in the haven, we saile towardes it dayly. I wrote vnto you at my Comming to Amsterdam, then not thinking I should have found so speedy occations to Come over, but Comming to Flissing where I thought I should have expected answeare of my letters, and finding an English ship of good force ready to depart instigated with a great desire to vnderstand of your welfare, I presently Imbarqued my selfe, on munday morninge last, but my trunke I Could not get with me on board but have left it with a pinke which will shortly be in london, whose Comming I must expect, for I must send over by the m
My Brother Henry I heare is in towne but I have not yet seene him I pray remember my love to my sister his wife, with with
Also to my Vncle Gostling and aunt with mr. Lee and all our good friendes
My Aunt Downing desired to remember her love to you, having noe leysure to write this weeke.