Venice: April 1530

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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 4, 1527-1533. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1871.

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April 1530

April 13. Sanuto Diaries, v. liii. p. 83. 572. Phothonotary Casal.—Divorce Case.
The English ambassador came into the College requesting a reply about the counsel's opinions (di consiglij) demanded by his King from the University of Padua, concerning the divorce. They are already written, but the jurists will not deliver them without the Signory's licence.
April 19. Sanuto Diaries, v. liii. p. 87. 573. Divorce Case.
On this day (Easter Tuesday), after the procession of St. Isidore, the College sat for a long while; and, the affair of England not having been yet thoroughly deliberated, it was this day determined to appoint a committee of the Sages of the Council to consult upon it.
April 19. Sanuto Diaries, v. liii. p. 88. 574. Perusal of Letters in the Senate.
From England, from Lodovico Falier, very stale letters.
April 25. Commemoriale, v. xxi. p. 114. 575. Safeconduct for the Flanders Galleys.
Granted by Francis King of France, and addressed to all his Lieutenant-Governors, etc., etc.
Angoulême, 25th April 1530, and of the King's reign the 15th. Countersigned: Breton.
[Italian; probably translated from the French.]