<Serj[ean]t Arme. 30 s.>
To the hono[ura]ble the Com[m]ittee of safety for the Countie of Warwick and of the Citty & Countie of Coventry
The humble petic[i]on of Serieant Thomas Arme
That yo[u]r petic[i]oner hath bin in the parliament service in the Garrison of Warwicke Castle for the space of above foure yeares, and beinge sent out vppon a partee, was shott in the face by the Enimie, w[hi]ch shott deprived him of the sight of his left eye. And afterwards beinge at the first siege before Banbury Castle by reason of an other shott in the face yo[u]r petic[i]oners other eye was much endangered, and hee is at continuall charge for the preservation of the sight thereof
Yo[u]r petic[i]oner humbly prayeth this hono[ura]ble Committee to take his Condic[i]on into considerac[i]on, and allowe him what in yo[u]r wisdomes shall bee thought fitt for his supporte, hee beeinge lately disbanded, & yo[u]r petic[i]oner shall dayly pray &c
Mr Basnett wee desire you to pay the peti[tione]r xxx s.
towards his present support
Peter Burgoyne Jo[hn] Bridges