A letter written by Thomas Nashe
Secretary's hand. Heh.And a sloppy one, too. And he figured out halfway down he didn't have enough to say to fill the page, or he got in a hurry, or his hand got tired. That's a foul foul copy. *g*
There's some pages recently recovered that seem to be in Shakespeare's handwrighting--there's a facsimile in the Wood book, but it doesn't seem to be online. But I think all we have from Kit is that one signature, witnessing somebody else's will. (small w.) Fascinating stuff.
Wordcount today: 1111
Reason for stopping: I mean, really, you have to ask? Actually, Act I revisions are done and I'm doing the Act II line edits now.