|Recipe for Ink, 15th century English London, National Archives (C.47/34/1/3) , by permission of the National Archives.|
|If you can manage those, you are probably ready to try a transcript of the whole thing. It's not very long. Use a pen and paper, then check it against ours. Then find yourself an oak tree and a few quatryns of this and that and brew yourself up a batch to wryte therwyth. You will then have commenced your training as an apprentice chancery clerk.|
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