I thank you for your letter, and assure you, that you are not deceived, neither in the care I have of the public in that state, nor in my good wishes, and the effects thereof, when it shall he in my power towards yourself.
I am glad to receive your testimony of my Lord Deputy, both because I esteem your judgment, and because it concurreth with my own.
The materials of that kingdom, which is trade and wealth, grow on apace. I hope the form, which giveth the best living of religion and justice, will not be behind, the rather by you, as a good instrument. I rest
Your lordship's assured friend,