Edward VI: January 1550

Pages 47-48

Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Edward VI 1547-1553. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1861.

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January 1550

January 15.
208. Christopher à Wrisberg to the Lord Protector. Sends Captain Arnold Boseke of Utrecht to inform him of his sentiments, and offers his services with 3,000 horsemen and 30 ensigns of foot. [Three pages and a half.]
January 16.
209. Volred Count Mansfeldt to the Lord Protector. Had been informed by the Archbishop of Canterbury of his Grace's sentiments. Would remain longer in London if he had any prospect of serving his Majesty; having none such, takes his leave. [Latin. Two pages and a half.]
January 27.
Place torn away.
210. Count Ludovico Rangone to the Duke of Somerset. Returns thanks for renewed instructions to the Ambassador for the promoting of his affairs with the Emperor. [Italian. Half a page.]
January? 211. "Instructions drawn and not sent, touching communication with France." [Draft. Corrected throughout by Secretary Petre. Twelve pages and a half.]