Spain: September 1505

Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 1, 1485-1509. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1862.

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, 'Spain: September 1505', in Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 1, 1485-1509, (London, 1862) pp. 375-376. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/spain/vol1/pp375-376 [accessed 23 May 2024].

. "Spain: September 1505", in Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 1, 1485-1509, (London, 1862) 375-376. British History Online, accessed May 23, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/spain/vol1/pp375-376.

. "Spain: September 1505", Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 1, 1485-1509, (London, 1862). 375-376. British History Online. Web. 23 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/spain/vol1/pp375-376.

September 1505

8 Sept.
B. M. MSS. Eg. 616. f. 27.
444. Princess Of Wales to King Ferdinand Of Spain.
Writes to him on behalf of Doña Maria de Salazar, one of her ladies, supplicating him to pay her for her services, as she has nothing wherewith to requite her. Asks him to send authority to Martin Sanchez de Zamudio to recover for the lady all that belonged to her of the property given her by her father, Captain Salazar. Begs that all may be speedily concluded, since Doña Maria's sister has a marriage in view for her, of which she cannot avail herself until it is known what she will have for her marriage portion.— Durham House, 8th September.
Addressed : "To the very high and very powerful Lord, the King my Lord."
Indorsed by Almazan : "To his Highness, from the Princess of Wales, 8th September 1505."
Spanish. Holograph. pp. 1½.
A translation, printed in Wood's Letters of Royal Ladies.
8 Sept.
B. M. MSS. Eg. 616. f. 28.
445. Princess Of Wales to King Ferdinand Of Spain.
Is sending Juan de Ascuycia, her servant, to acquaint him with a certain business concerning Doña Maria de Salazar. Ascuycia has served her well. He has a brother in Castile, to whom she begs that a captainship of men-at-arms may be given.—Durham House, 8th September.
Addressed : "To the very high and very powerful Lord, the King my Lord."
Indorsed : "From the Princess of Wales, 8th September, concerning Doña Maria de Salazar, Lady of her household."
Spanish. Holograph. ½ page.
A translation printed in Wood's Letters of Royal Ladies.
P. R. O. 446. Princess Of Wales to King Ferdinand Of Spain.
Six of her ladies who have come with her from Spain have served her right well, without her giving them a single maravedi. As it is reason they should marry, and she has nothing to bestow upon them, begs he will do her a grace, and command to give them a sum for their marriages that she may make answer to such persons as may move about marriages for them.
English translation. p. 1.
Printed in Wood's Letters of Royal Ladies.
13 Sept.
S. E. T. c. I. L. 2.
The secret affair.
447. Henry VII. to King Ferdinand Of Spain.
Has read, with the greatest pleasure, his letter of the 22nd of June, dated Segovia. Has received the communications made to him by De Puebla, and promises to keep them strictly secret. His friendship towards him is daily increasing.
Marriage of the Prince of Wales with the Princess of Wales.
Promises strictly to fulfil, under all circumstances, the treaty of alliance which has been concluded between them. Is satisfied that the clause respecting the marriage portion should be confirmed by him alone, and by no one else. The Prince and Princess of Wales shall be solemnly wedded on the day fixed in the treaty. Hopes that the marriage portion of the Princess of Wales will be ready by that time.
With respect to the secret matter, thinks that he is perfectly right and justified in doing what he intends to do. The ingratitude shown to him is very great. Promises to do all in his power in order to assist him ; but does not think it would be prudent to write more at length, or more clearly in this letter, about so secret a matter. De Puebla will send a detailed despatch.—Cranbourne, 13th September 1505.
Latin. pp. 4.