Calendar of Letters, Despatches and State Papers Relating to by Pascual de Gayangos

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Against them. The Admiral, however, a Om l l\™hd *fc d ^ e of Guise has come from his T ™ f P Qr P^e the ambassador either does not does not say. gll T,C^n8tabIe or K of Frajlce asted k i m *«M» oiiierday "fy w w w concerning Philippos S t r o ^ which took the queen of Scotland nsd &om * * ^untry, and ^ e ^ would ippearthat fee latterfiasshewn letters from HENRY Till. 153$. that officer to the effect that the overtures complained of did not in any -way originate with Your Majesty, or were uttered by your commands; they had their sole origin in his (Eye's) wish to be useful Indeed, tad he had the •opportunity, he would have tried to win over the Dauphin, himself-* With all that, there is no news of th'e Admiral being sent back to his government.

By that of the 13th July he was ordered to notify to the King, and Queen the Emperor's voyage to Genoa, together with the Pope, and the resolution they both had eome to concerning the Council, the military preparations against the Turk, the strengthening of the castles of Florence ami Liorna (Leghorn), and other matters, and that as it had been decided that negoeiations for peace should be continued at Koine, the Emperor had appointed to that effect the marquis de Aguilar, his ambassador. That the Emperor had asked a cardinal's hat for the Infante D.

I J m^ " sfe&roely say that the words anderiined ought to Ibe "preceded hy le grandjus > meaning Qttavio, son of Pier \m&, as stow. HENRY mm 3 tJpoh which the ambassador replied that the assurance I Jbad. just given was enough for Mm - yet as lis had been particularly instructed to interrogate me on that point, he wished Tour Imperial Majesty to write a letter to his master promising that nothing should he undertaken against him ia icase of the General Council meeting, which (he said) his master would in nowise attend.

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