|Title:||Letter, John Hall To Hartlib|
|Dating:||11 March 1646|
|Ref:||60/14/7A-8B: 8B BLANK|
To accquaint men with the vse of such kind of writing, I am also a Suiter to yow to employ some ability for a Collection of such Testimonys as haue been giuen by [Author?] on Campanella or that work, I shall also employ my self that way. & we will ioyn Forces. That peice whose name yow cold not Read was Leucenia, a peice of mine of some 60 or 70 sheets which I think will not be Ready so soon as I wisht. Howeuer (what my businesses will) I shall hasten it, as also Refine that peice of Intelligence, and that with speed. I did your Comands to My Tutor who is in a good disposition our way & I know a letter from yow will be most welcome to him, I Receiued not Mr Worsleys letter but greedily expect it, I pray yow tender my homage to him.
haue engaged some able spirit in the pursuance of it, which I am glad of, but I wonder yow neuer Mention the Address office or Mr Stanley. I shall not fail of any thing yow impose vpon me (if within the sphere of my Activity) so willing am I to be subscribd