The Hartlib Papers

Title:Letter, Henry Langley To Hartlib
Dating:5 July [No Year]
Ref:15/3/14A-15B: 14B-15A BLANK

Mr Hartlib/
            Yours received with the bookes for which I kindly thanke you. I very much like your designe for Chelsey Colledg it might much have tended[altered from tending] to the vnion of the reformed Churches, to the advancement of learning, of the glory of god, & the establishment & good of the Nation. I heartily wish the prosperity if that proiect which every way doth soe tend to the publique good. I have signed the paper you have set mee, & shall bee ready at any tyme therein, or in any other buisiness to my power to serve you
                           Being your assured loving
                             freind [2? words deleted]
                                     Hen- langley
Remember poore Pembroke Colledg
when it lys in your way to doe it good
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I sent my man with the letter to mr Iohnstone of All soules, but hee is is not yet in the Vniversity, hee hath discontinued some monthes. when hee comes the letter shall bee sent him

For my much honoured freind
Mr Samuel Hartlib at
his howse neare Charing-cross
over against Angel-court
Send this by a porter with all speed
           assoone as you come to london
                           Iuly 5.