|Content Description||Acknowledges receipt of Stanhope's letters; is sorry for Sir Harry Wrigfield? who has made a mistake by plotting with 'Scotch and Irish malecontents'; asks that Stanhope give a pass to the servant of the Duke of Shrewsbury so that he may 'come over'; says that the Queen wishes Stanhope to set up a contingency plan should his conferences regarding Danzig, the 'affair of Lubec' and the desired 'peace in ye north' fail; says that nothing more can be said until the 'proceedings in the Danube' are heard as they are of 'so great influence'.|
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This document has been identified as being in the hand of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford.
Old Style dating on letter.