A letter arrives from Windsor Castle, England
Unto Bo Jonsson Grip as the head of the Regency, on behalf of His Majesty Albrecht of Mecklenburg, King of Sweden.
I thank you for your answer, and I am glad to know that also Your Excellency sees the trouble with the peasants, I shall inform His Majesty about the matter, and I am sure he will be pleased.
So I understand that the Germans have taken control over your trade as well, that is not good for a countries economy, but we know of the Hanseatic League and we know that they are not people that you can easy get rid off. Then it seems that if we ant Swedish goods we need to send letter to Hansa traders.
Of course I understand where Your Excellency’s loyalty is, and I understand that such are dangerous matter to discuss, but remember it is a case that such things happens, and that history sometimes travels the strangest of ways…Still it is good to see that His Majesty has such a strong and loyal support as Your Excellency!
We wish you and His Majesty everything well, and pray that you are all in good health.
Written at Windsor, in the year of Our Lord 1383 A.D
On behalf of His Majesty Richard the second, by the Grace of God King of England and France, Lord of Ireland and Aquitaine , Sovereign of the Order of the Garter
Michael de la Pole, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Lord Chancellor