Supplement: January 1559

Pages 611-612

Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 5, 1562. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1867.

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January 1559

[1559, Jan.] 1405. "Conditions of the Peace" of Cateau Cambray.
1. The King of Spain to marry the Lady Elizabeth, the French King's daughter.
2. The Duke of Savoy to marry the Lady Margaret of France, sister to the French King.
3. The French King to render Thionville, Bouillon, Damvilliers, Montmedy, Jametz, Ivoy, Marienburg, and all other places taken by King Philip since the last war. The fortifications of Ivoy are to be rased, in consideration that Terouenne must remain unfortified.
4. There shall be a bishoprick at Boulogne and another at St. Omer. Hesdin shall remain as it now is, being a parcel of the old patrimony of Burgundy.
5. King Philip shall restore St. Quentin, Châtelet, and Ham.
6. The Duke of Savoy to be restored to his whole estate, seven towns excepted, of which the French King shall keep five, viz., Turin, Chieri, Chyfar, Pignerol and Villeneuve; Philip shall keep two, viz., Vercelli and Asti, during the space of three years.
7. Montferrat to be restored by the French to the Duke of Mantua, and Valenza to the Duchess of Milan.
8. The French King to restore also Mont Alcino and (blank) to the Genoese, and Philip to restore to the same Porto Hercole and Orvieto, the whole to be under the Duke of Florence, as vicar of the empire. Pardon for all who took part in the new commonwealth at Monte Alcino. The subjects of the Duke of Savoy to be restored, and occupants of lands or offices given by the French King to be dispossessed.
9. Corsica to be restored to the Genoese.
10. Both Princes to join together to preserve a General Council.
Copy. Endd. Pp. 2.
Jan. 17. 1406. The Burgomaster and Council of Zurich to the Queen.
Are rejoiced to hear of her accession to the throne of England, knowing how much it will tend to the extension of Christianity. Hopes she will proceed with the Reformation begun by her brother, the late King Edward.—Zurich, 17 Jan. 1559.
Orig., with seal. Add. Endd. Germ. Pp. 2.