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James Saunders's collections on the Quiney family. Letter book - binding

Volume containing copies, made c. 1810-25 by Captain James Saunders of Stratford-upon-Avon, of miscellaneous documents concerning the Quiney family. They include copies of two letters containing mention ...

Letter from Adrian Quiney to his son, Richard, October 1598. Page 1

Richard Quiney's financial dealings with Shakespeare in London evidently came to the attention of his father, Adrian, back in Stratford, who wrote to him about this time, advising him that 'if you should ...

Original letter from Abraham Sturley to Richard Quiney with mention of William Shakespeare, 4 November 1598. Page 1

Letter from Abraham Sturley to Richard Quiney making mention of William Shakespeare's assistance with a loan. It was badly water-damaged during World War II, but luckily Captain James Saunders, a local ...

Richard Quiney addresses his letter to Shakespeare, 25 October 1598. Reverse

Quiney folded up his letter, sealed it, and addressed it: 'To my Loveinge good frend & contreymann Mr Wm. Shackespere deliver thees.' Shakespeare Birthplace Trust reference: ER 27/4

Richard Quiney asks Shakespeare's help with a loan of £30, 25 October 1598

In late 1598, Richard Quiney was in London on Corporation business. On 16 October his friend, Abraham Sturley had written to him from Stratford, outlining the financial difficulties he was in, and asking ...