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14    <Metadata name="Content">Primary Sources - Letter of Queen Catherine Howard to Master Thomas Culpeper, spring 1541</Metadata>
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44    &lt;p align=&quot;center&quot;&gt;&lt;b&gt;&lt;FONT size=+1&gt;Letter of Queen Catherine Howard to Master Thomas
45Culpeper&lt;br&gt;spring 1541&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;/b&gt; &lt;/p&gt;
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48    &lt;IMG height=202 alt=&quot;miniature portrait of Queen Catherine Howard&quot;
49  src=&quot;_httpdocimg_/howard1.jpg&quot; width=200 align=left&gt;&lt;/b&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;&lt;b&gt;Background&lt;/b&gt;&lt;br&gt;This is
50  the only surviving letter written by Henry VIII's fifth wife.&amp;nbsp; It was
51  written in the spring of 1541, roughly eight months after she married the
52  king.&amp;nbsp; After Catherine's fall from grace, Culpeper was among the men
53  charged with committing adultery with the queen.&amp;nbsp; It was a treasonable
54  offense, and he was executed for it (along with Francis Dereham.)&amp;nbsp;
55  Culpeper tried to save himself by arguing that he had met with Catherine only
56  because the young queen was 'dying of love for him', and would not let him end
57  the relationship.&amp;nbsp;&lt;/FONT&gt;&lt;/p&gt;
58    &lt;p&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;Catherine, for her part, argued otherwise; she told
59  her interrogators that Culpeper ceaselessly begged for a meeting and she was
60  too fearful to refuse.&amp;nbsp; However, the letter clearly supports Culpeper's
61  version of events.&amp;nbsp; After all, the queen did write 'it makes my heart die
62  to think what fortune I have that I cannot be always in your company.'&lt;/FONT&gt;
63    &lt;/p&gt;
64    &lt;p&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;The affection she felt for Culpeper led to a legend
65  surrounding Catherine's last words - 'I die a Queen, but would rather die the
66  wife of Culpeper.'&amp;nbsp; This final declaration of love did not occur; its
67  invention was an attempt to give Catherine's pathetic and tragic story some
68  mark of distinction.&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;/p&gt;
69  &lt;P&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;Catherine was not as well educated as Henry's other wives,
70  though her mere ability to read and write was impressive enough for the
71  time.&amp;nbsp; This letter taxed her greatly, as she points out in the closing
72  lines.&amp;nbsp; It is transcribed here as originally written, and the grammatical
73  mistakes are Catherine's own.&lt;br&gt;&lt;/FONT&gt;&lt;br&gt;&lt;hr&gt;
74    &lt;p&gt;Master Culpeper, &lt;BR&gt;I heartily recommend me unto you, praying
75    you to send me word how that you do.&amp;nbsp; It was showed me that you was
76    sick, the which thing troubled me very much till such time that I hear from
77    you praying you to send me word how that you do, for I never longed so much
78    for a thing as I do to see you and to speak with you, the which I trust
79    shall be shortly now.&amp;nbsp; That which doth comfortly me very much when I
80    think of it, and when I think again that you shall depart from me again it
81    makes my heart die to think what fortune I have that I cannot be always in
82    your company.&amp;nbsp; It my trust is always in you that you will be as you
83    have promised me, and in that hope I trust upon still, praying you that you
84    will come when my Lady Rochford is here for then I shall be best at leisure
85    to be at your commandment, thanking you for that you have promised me to be
86    so good unto that poor fellow my man which is one of the griefs that I do
87    feel to depart from him for then I do know no one that I dare trust to send
88    to you, and therefore I pray you take him to be with you that I may sometime
89    hear from you one thing.&amp;nbsp; I pray you to give me a horse for my man for
90    I had much ado to get one and therefore I pray send me one by him and in so
91    doing I am as I said afor, and thus I take my leave of you, trusting to see
92    you shortly again and I would you was with me now that you might see what
93    pain I take in writing to you. &lt;BR&gt;Yours as long as life endures,
94    &lt;BR&gt;Katheryn. &lt;BR&gt;One thing I had forgotten and that is to instruct my man
95    to tarry here with me still for he says whatsomever you bid him he will do
96    it.&lt;/p&gt;
97    &lt;p&gt;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;
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108href=&quot;_httpextlink_&amp;amp;rl=1&amp;amp;href=http:%2f%2fenglishhistory.net%2ftudor.html&quot;&gt;to Tudor England&lt;/A&gt;&lt;/FONT&gt;&lt;BR&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;
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