Henry VIII, the Reign
Letters & Papers: Volume 2
895. WOLSEY to [SILVESTER BP. OF WORCESTER].
Is sorry he cannot write to him more fully at present, as he is very ill with rheum and catarrh.
The Council are highly satisfied with Worcester's answers to the Pope, and hope that his holiness will ponder them well. Has received the bulls for his title. Begs Worcester will remember his other suits and desires.
Refers him to his other letters, written to Andreas in cipher.
From my house beside Westminster.
Draft, in Wolsey's own hand.