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Her mother (Marguerite) wishes very much that she should marry some prince of Your Majesty's blood, whilst the Most Christian Queen (lleanor) thinks she might do for one of the eons of the 11f e 7 o 1 -^' ? a i t f Stephen Gardiner. , X See above, p, lo, ynheety the ana Is said tofcavefceefiVend6m«'s tester. m> & 1 I g l l t e l o f K D o m Em CTO? °feto * ^aaoel of Portugal and Eleanor, the ^ J eUragbter of Henri ft'AHwei «&& Marguerite deValois, sister °* HENBY VIH. 13 1533. * The Most Christian Queen (Eleanor) has moreover^ eharged him (Scepper) to recommend to Tour Majesty the suit of one Mr.
Draft pp. 3. ] to the EUPEBOE. , Port, L. an, Is j n receipt ofthree lettersfrom the Emperor—one from Villa' B M AM. § * Here Bud elsewhere the text has nout instead of je, as if Granvelle meant that it was also the opinion of his colleagues in the Council. , . ) toot ce quil pojiwa oe liimjtie dentre vostre majeste et le dit roy de Kamee. . t T3ie letter is anflated, lmt as iae Smpefoi left Barcelona oa the lotn « July, and the JhigKsh ambassador's communication, took place after hh depaxtnre, Granveile's report upon it must ha^e been written about the end of the isontn.
Nos. 160, 170, HEKBY VIII. S By the first he (Sarmiento) was ordered to inform the Icing of Portugal (Dom Joao), as well as the Queen. (B&> Catalma1),* and the Infante Dom Luys, of the ten years' truce concluded with France. He did so, telling them, that an article was to "be inserted in the future treaty respecting the navigation to ih$ Indies, both of Portuguese and Spaniards, and informing them a,lso of what king Francis had answered when reqtiestedto do so. 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.