Milan: 1518

Pages 440-441

Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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Oct. 17.
719. Proclamation by the Count of Comings, Sieur de Lautrec, Marshal of France, Governor of Aquitaine, and Lieutenant-General of the King of Italy, that on the 4th October, at London, the Ambassadors of the Most Christian and those of the King of England concluded a peace and alliance between the two kings, for the defence of their states, including the immediate restitution of Tournay, and a marriage between the Dauphin of France and the King of England's daughter. The King of England confirmed this the same day in person in the church of St. Paul, London.
Milan, the 17th October, 1518.
[Signed:] Odet de Foix.
Published upon the hustings platform in the Broletto of the community of Milan and in all the carriage ways of the gates of Milan by Stefano Oldano, trumpeter of the kingdom, on Monday, the 17th October, 1518, to the sound of the trumpets.