November 22, 1652:
December 17, 1652:
September 16, 1653:
For posterity, the first reads "That a passe bee granted to Manasseh Ben Israel to Come out of Holland and into England."
The second: Whereas Manasseh Ben Israel a Rabbi of the Jewish Nation and well reported of for his learning and good affection to this State hath exprest his desire to have letters of safe conduct to come from Amsterdam to these parts. These are therefore to will and require all Officers belonging to this State as well by Sea as by land to whom the foresaid Menasseh Ben Israel may addresse himself on his way hithorward that they let him passe freely without molestation and give him all favourable entertainment and respect as to well affected foreigners and strangers (they behaving themselves without offence) is due. Given at Whitehall.
The third, "That a passe be granted to Manasseh Ben Israel of Amsterdam himself and
In fact, he didn't arrive in England until 1655.