Cecil Papers
1554

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1883

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'Cecil Papers: 1554', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 1: 1306-1571 (1883), pp. 134-136. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111968 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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1554

487. The Duke of Medina Sidonia to the Queen.
1554, April 20.Congratulating the Queen on her approaching marriage. Trusts there may shortly be such fruit as the world hath need of, to preserve it in peace and unity of the Catholic Church. The Earl, his brother, shall better declare his meaning, and in his name kiss Her Majesty's hands.—San Lucar, 20 April 1554.
Translation. 2/3 p.
488. The Duchess of Medina Sidonia to the Queen.
1554, April 20.Offering her congratulations on the Queen's approaching marriage. The Earl of Olivares will in her name kiss Her Majesty's hands.—San Lucar, 20 April 1554.
Translation from the Spanish. ½ p. [See State Papers, Foreign. 1554. No. 189.]
489. The Queen of Bohemia to the Queen.
[1554], April 27.Congratulates the Queen on her match with her brother. Requests to be informed by Don Pedro de Castilla wherein she may serve her.—Vienna, 27 April.
Translation from the Spanish. ½ p.
490. The King of Bohemia to the Queen.
[1554], [April].Sends Don Hernando de Gamboa to congratulate her upon her marriage with the Prince his brother.—Undated.
Translation from the Spanish. ⅓ p.
491. The King of the Romans to the Queen.
[1554], [April].Having understood the conclusion of the Queen's marriage with his nephew the Prince of Spain, recommends to her Don Pero Laso de Castilla, his councillor, and grand master of the household to the Queen of Bohemia, his daughter, who is to be present at the marriage.—Undated.
Translation from the French. 2/3 p.
492. The King oe the Romans to the Queen.
[1554], May 23.Recommending Count Jehan Cristofle de Tarnof, son of one of the principal personages of Polonia, who is visiting different countries.—Vienna, 23 May.
Translation from the French. ½ p.
493. The Cardinal of Burgos to the Queen.
1554, June 22. Sends his nephew, Don Pedro Pacheco, to kiss Her Majesty's hands on his behalf, and to offer his services unto her in the same sort that he is bent unto the service of the Emperor, and to the King and Prince his Sovereign.—Naples, 22 June 1554.
Translation from the Spanish. 2/3 p. [See State Papers, Foreign. 1554. No. 228.]
PHILIP and MARY.
494. Don Francisco de Este to the Queen.
[1554].Congratulates the Queen on her happy marriage. As he is engaged in the Emperor's service in these parts, has sent one of his gentlemen to felicitate the Queen on his behalf.—Undated.
Translation from the Italian. ¾ p.
495. The Princess of Portugal to the Queen.
[1554].Congratulates the Queen on her marriage. Has sent Luys Vanegas to communicate her troubles, which she forbears to write at this time.—Undated.
Translation from the Spanish. ½ p.
496. The Duchess of Florence to the Queen.
[1554].The Bishop of Cortona will congratulate the Queen on her happy marriage, on her behalf.—Undated.
Translation from the Spanish. 7 lines.
497. Weights and Measures.
[1554].Extracts from various statutes, from Magna Charta to 1554, regulating the weights and measures of the kingdom.—Undated.
pp.
498. Ireland.
[1554?].Treaties on the causes of the disorder of Ireland, with the redress thereof. By an Irishman. Temp. Phil. and Mary. Apparently in answer to Sir John Allen (Lord Chancellor of Ireland). Urges that the distinctions made by law between English and Irish in Ireland should be abolished, Presidents appointed, tenures registered, &c, “and other good constitutions as set forth in the book exhibited to the Council by Mr. Aylmer.”
15½ pp.


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