Burleigh used to complain of the harshness with which the queen treated him.
And she said that Mr. and Mrs. Wescott were going to visit Burleigh very soon.
He wrote Burleigh a note, and the doctor forbade his patient's reading anything.
“I feel as if I must be home in Burleigh, dreaming all this,” said Jessie.
Ralegh separately petitioned Burleigh for cannon for Portland and Weymouth.
He must have had some connection with the Cecils, for a letter of 1574 is extant from him to Burleigh.
And Mr. Burleigh was charmed that she had the wit to answer so skilfully.
That old rip Burleigh is utterly upset by some letter he's got.
Then he goes on to ask Lord Burleigh to pray the queen to be the baby's godmother.
He had spoken no word of Burleigh, except in answer to direct question.