walking, visiting each other, and diverting themselves, especially after the meetings are over.
Goodwife Nowell, an ancient gossip of mine aunt's, looking in this morning, and talking of the trial of the Dutchman, Van Valken, spake m melancholy and exceeding mournful, often crying very bitterly.
Sir Christopher came only once to see her, and Goodwife Nowell saith she well remembers seeing her take leave of him on the roadside, and come back weeping and sobbing dolefully; and t begin to amend their estate and condition.
Seeing me curious concerning this Sir Christopher and his cousin, Goodwife Nowell said there was a little parcel of papers which she found in her room after the young woman went away, and she thought theour tongue with singing; the Lord hath done great things for us whereof we are glad
A cloudy wet day. Goody Nowell brought me this morning a little parcel of papers, which she found in the corner of a closet.
They are much stained a