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The letters of the Queenes most excellent Majestie sent in the yere 1596 unto the great Emperor of China by M. Richard Allot and M. Thomas Bromefield marchants of the citie of London, who were embarqued in a fleet of 3 ships, to wit, The Beare, The Beares whelpe, and the Benjamin; set forth principally at the charges of the honourable knight Sir Robert Duddely, and committed unto the command and conduct of M. Benjamin Wood, a man of approoved skill in navigation: who, together with his ships and
our Highnesse) full
and entire libertie unto any of the partes of our dominions.
to resort, there to abide and traffique, and thence to
returne. All and every of which premisses we have caused
to be confirmed by annexing hereunto our royall seale.
(God most mercifull and almighty, the Creator of heaven
and earth, continually protect your kingly Majestie.
Given in our palace at Greenwich
the 11 of the moneth
of July, in the yeere of Christ 1596, and the eight and
thirtie yeere of our reigne.