Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury. [Letter to Margaret, queen of Scotland, 1102] in Sancti Anselmi Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi Opera Omnia 4.156

[Letter from Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury to Matilda of Scotland, queen of the English]
Anselm alludes to a worsening situation between him and the king, Matilda’s husband, and discretely suggests she convey her thoughts to Anselm through the bearer of the letter, that is, not commit them to writing.
Online at Epistolae, (Duplicate). (See also Bibliographia record).