To the right Worsh[ip]full the Justices of the Peace for the west Riding in the Countie of Yorke
These are to Certifie your Wor[shi]pps or any others whome itt may Concern That the Bearer here of, Tho[mas] Wayte being at the beginning of the warrs, a seruant to the Right Hon[oura]ble the Earle of Cumberland, did according to his bounden dutie and loyalltie freely ingage in his Ma[jes]ties seruise, first vnder the Comand of the said Earle, and afterwards vnder S[i]r John Mallery, in the garison of Skipton in Crauen in the said county of Yorke, where
of the said Tho[mas] Wayte resaiued such desp[e]rate wounds, that he lay most dangerously on them for three or foure years together, to that the expense of all his fortune and estate whatsoever. And to this day by reason of the said wounds, he remaines infirme in his bodey to the losse of a great part of the vse thereof, to the very great detrement and preiudice of the said Tho[mas] Wayte, who notwithstanding the same hath to the vtmost of his abbillitie demonstrated his loyalltie to his scared Ma[jes]tie, and hath all ways kept himselfe firme to the principles of the Church of England wherein hee was Educated
A penc[i]oner to enter now 40 s. a yeare.
Warr. Ss Tho. Garnett un Cora[m] p[ro] exchaing fees