I. 210. Letter from the Lords of the Council to Lady Gresham, (fn. 1)
widow, informing her that some part of the building of the Royal
Exchange had lately fallen down, which might be amended and
repaired for about £20. The charge of reparation of the building
devolved upon her, for which purpose a yearly revenue out of the
building had been allowed to her as executor. They requested, for
the honour of Her Majesty and Sir Thomas, that this worthy monument might not be suffered to fall into ruin and decay, but that the
restoration might be carefully performed.
13th June, 1581.
||Anne, daughter of William Fernley, Esq., of West Creting, Suffolk.