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When I was an apprentice the Clays had often taken me out as a treat. Although we generally went to Hoxton which Master 29 Clay maintained had finer custard. ‘It’s their Derby ale he goes for, Tom,’ Mistress Clay would say with a wink. And now as we walked from Golden Lane into Old Street and turned left I saw poor Master Brayne gazing wistfully at the men turning right for Hoxton. Nothing surprising in that. What puzzled me was the coupling of Mistress Brayne with cakes and custard. It was incongruous.
The floor was solid. No trapdoors. Walking from the house we discussed the affair. Winton said he was still interested in it and asked me to keep him informed. In return he promised to pass on any information he obtained and asked where I could be contacted. When I said Coldharbour Tenements he raised his eyebrows. The place is notorious. I explained my straitened circumstances and admitted its being a sanctuary had been useful. ‘From bailiffs,’ I added hastily. ’ 38 ‘No. I’ve paid part of my debts and my creditors have suspended their action on my promise to settle when I’m paid for my share of the Thomas More play.
The Cross Keys was heaving with assorted humanity, talking, singing, laughing, banging and clinking their tankards. I found a seat and Elizabeth, telling one of the girls to take her place behind the bar, brought me a tankard of their best beer and sat beside me. ’ 39 I’d told her to call me Tom and tried calling her Bess. She had nipped that in the bud like a late spring frost. How, I wondered, had she come to work at the Cross Keys? I expressed surprise that Mistress Brayne had consented to her working at an inn.