Supplement: October 1562

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Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 7, 1564-1565. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1870.

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October 1562

[Oct. 30.] 1767. The Earl of Warwick [to Cecil.] (fn. 1)
Intelligence has come upon the inclosing of this letter that Guise surely intends to make an attempt within these five days, as Brisac has already marched thitherward with sixteen cannon and other ordnance. The Queen's friends of the French earnestly look that not only this town [Havre] and Dieppe shall be by her help guarded, but that also the Admiral shall be aided in the field with men and money. Requests that Capt. Ribald were returned with speed to Dieppe. Signed.
Orig. Hol. P. 1.


  • 1. Apparently a postscript to the letter from Warwick to Cecil, No. 940 in the Vol. for 1562.