Noble Sr I am §not§ a little glad that after soe much oposition the busines of Virginia doth stand vppon soe equall feet that you were able to make soe nere a frend soe worthie gouernor thereof, vnto whom att his arriuall if my aduice or seruice maie bee of any vse I shall much reioice seeinge I cann neuer forgett howe much my obligation vnto you is, God hath all this yeare hithevnto extraordinarily blessed vs wth health and nowe of late alsoe after a great drought wth the hope of a plentifull haruest of all kind[s] whose holy name bee blessed. I am wthin these x: daies goinge to Abochanchano who hath diuers times sent for mee as hee saith out of desier hee hath to bee further informed of some thing[s] by mee offered vnto him att or last meetinge. I praie god giue mee succese according to my intention. Soe I rest.
Sr Yours most assured to searue you
James Cittie this 27th of June 1621
[Indorsed by Sir Edwin Sandys:] Mr George Thorp from Virginia 27. June 1621. to Sr E. Sañ: from Mr Thorpe 27 June 1621.
[Addressed by self:] To my Hoble ffrende Sr Edwine Sandis Knight giue these.