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Also the chardges of bringinge the Emperours embassador hither, and mayneteyninge him here, and the settinge furthe of her Majesties embassadour thither with presentes to the Emperour, lyenge all upon the poore marchantes neckes, is no easie burden unto their shoulders.
The Portugall embassadour* hath bene beheaded for a murther in the Exchange, & Mr.. Mohun & her maid stood in the pillorie before the Exchange, for attempting his escape by womens apparelL Mr. Marshall, & Viner, &
"Next, if they expected to ingratiate them selves by their embassadour, why have you endeavoured in everything, to conceal them you were to speak for? whence it plainly appears, 'twas by accident the offenders were brought to punishment, and that you have us'd this artifice to divert our suspicion.