Calendar of State Papers, Foreign Series, of the Reign of Elizabeth; Preserved in the Public Record Office Volume 9

Calendar of State Papers, Foreign Series, of the Reign of Elizabeth; Preserved in the Public Record Office Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1874 edition. Excerpt: ...dominions, who has given good words tlwf nothing is intended that may discontent the King of SpainMarshal Cosse has advertised the King from Chalons, that he cannot cause the reiters to march to the frontiers for want of $11811' pays. On Monday shall be solemnized the marriage between the Duke of Guise and the Princess of Porcien. The Queen of Navarre has demanded the restoration of some small towns II). Guienne which are kept from her by M. Monluc-Pans August 23. 1570. Signed. _Add. Endd. Pp. 1;-. A.D. 1570. August 23. 1199. Sm HENRY Nonnrs to 02:011.. 1. On the 13th sent his servant, Richard Huddlestone, to accompany the Earl of Thomond to Her Highness. Yesterday was given to understand by a Frenchman, both of the receipt by the Earl of Thomond of 200 crowns for his promise to deliver up certain ports and castles in Ireland to the French King, and of his soliciting Diego to the surprising of Limerick. Has lately learned that Diego has been aforetime hired to do heinous l7JLlI'd8l'S, and also that he had said that he would not come into England whatever promise he made. Much doubts that his servant is dead. Sends the oath that the King, Queen Mother, Monsieur, and the rest of the nobility took to see the Edict of Pacification duly observed. Sends a copy of Chambers' negociation, who was sent by the Earl of Arran to the French King. What there lacks of eloquence in it is supplied by spite and envy. 2. P.S.--Has given Thomond and his servants money, see August 13.--Paris, 23 August 1570. Signed. Add. E"ncld., with seal. P. 1. August 5. 1200. Confirmation of the Treaty of Pacifieation in Frame. Form observed by Charles I X., the Queen Mother, Monsieur, and many of their nobility, for the confirmation...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236913418
  • 9781236913418