Spain
November 1495

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G. A. Bergenroth (editor)

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1862

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'Spain: November 1495', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 1: 1485-1509 (1862), pp. 72. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93372 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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November 1495

2 Nov.
S. E. T. c. I. L. 2.
Juan de Arbolancha.
110. Ferdinand and Isabella to De Puebla.
Juan de Arbolancha has been injured by English subjects. Have written to Henry, and asked him to do justice to the said Juan, but he has not done so. Arbolancha has, consequently, asked for a letter of marque and reprisal. Though he is fully entitled to such a letter, it has not been delivered to him. Prefer asking Henry once more not to refuse justice to their subject, who has rendered them valuable services.—Alfaro, 2nd November 1495.
Spanish. pp. 1½.
S. E. T. c. I. L. 2. Good will of Henry VII. towards Spain.
111. Ferdinand and Isabella to Henry VII.
De Puebla has communicated to them all his conversations with him about the pending negotiations. Thank Henry for his good will towards them, and for his desire to bring matters to a satisfactory conclusion. Wish to marry their daughter to Prince Arthur. Have written in detail to De Puebla. Henry may give credit to all he will communicate to him.—No date.
Indorsed : "Letter which their Highnesses have written to the King of England and sent to Doctor De Puebla with another letter of simple credentials."
Draft. Spanish. p. 1.
8 Nov.
S. E. I. L. 806-7.
112. James Of Scotland to Ferdinand and Isabella.
Sends his ambassadors to confer about the alliance which he hopes Ferdinand and Isabella will condescend to conclude with him.—Edinburgh, 8th of November.
Latin. p. 1.