I am glad to hear of you as I do; and for my part, you shall find me ready to take any occasion to further your credit and preferment: and I dare assure you (though I am no undertaker,) to prepare your way with my Lord of Salisbury, for any good fortune which may befall you. You teach me to complain of business, whereby I write the more briefly; and yet I am so unjust, as that which I allege for mine own excuse, I cannot admit for yours. For I must be expecting, exact your letters with this fruit of your sufficiency, as to understand how things pass in that kingdom. And therefore, having begun, I pray you to continue. This is not merely curiosity, for I have ever (I know not by what instinct) wished well to that impolished part of this Crown.