The Hartlib Papers

Title:Letter, Balthazar Gerbier To [Hartlib]
Dating:15 September 1648
Ref:10/2/9A-B: 9B BLANK

             15 September 1648 Paris
I thought fitt to send unto you the printed paper here with: and to putt under your couuert (for this time) my letter to my friend Mr Sidney Beare, I will send by a frend (who goeth from hence within [fiew?] dayes) store of those printed papers to Ioyne to the former; and to make use of them appart: I am labouring on all things necessary for the worke jntended by me; and will <by the grace of god> make the world see the good which I do meane: you will finde me to be a gratfull creature to you, so resting jn hope to heare from you concerning my passe [an?] I rest
                Your humble seruant
                     B. gerbier
I pray you to Take the paynes to present to Mr Speaker Lentall and to Mr Denzill Hollis my printed Papers that thereby thy may see my dessigne, and that my <Passe> may meete <with No> [word deleted] [obstruction?] may <may not meete with any obstruction> Ioyne I pray both my papers. That the one may expounde the other/
I haue sent my letter to Mr Beare apparte. but you will see him passing that way
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