Definition of Hartely
1. in a hearty manner [adv HEARTILY,]
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1. Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men of the Sixteenth, Seventeenth, and by Henry Ellis (1843)
"... thanks to the hight praise of your Ma1^' mercy, and also be mooste deply bounde, mooste earnestly and hartely to praye to Almighty God that the ..."
2. Plumpton Correspondence: A Series of Letters, Chiefly Domestick, Written in by Sir Edward Plumpton (1839)
"VII. before he had fully attained his majority ; his letters will therefore date from after the year 1497-8. LETTER XLII. To my Right hartely beloved Cousin ..."
3. The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1808)
"... and stay of Christendome, fare ye hartely well: Also all ye, what people so ener ye are, whiche doo desyre, that the gospel and glory of Christ maye ..."
4. Life and Letters of Thomas Cromwell by Roger Bigelow Merriman (1902)
"... I hartely desire and pray you effectually in my name to solicite ... And thus hartely fare ye well, from London the daye of May. ..."
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