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Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 12, 1554. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1949.

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p. 5, A writing ad cautelam line 2, and elsewhere in this volume, for Vásquez. read Vázquez.
v. 16, note, line 4, for Edward III, read Edward IV.
p. 69. note, Fascicle K. 1489 has been returned to Spain, and is now in the Archives at Simancas. The Archives Nationales, Paris, have microfilms of its contents.
p. 73, for printed by Lang read printed by Lanz.
p. III, the Emperor to Mary I. line 9, for estaissement, read esbaissement.
p. 147. heading of the letter dated March 12, for BIRBIESCA DE MUNATONES read BRIVIESCA DE MUNATONES.
p. 206. end of the letter dated 3 April: for Brussels, read London.
p. 249. line 3 of the P.S. should read Next, arrived Count d'Egmont, who also landed at
p. 295. The fragment headed “Notes for Prince Philip's guidance in England” which Weiss, in his Documents Inédits, Vol. IV, places in June, must be earlier. In it, Philip is advised by Renard. in whose hand it is written, to put his trust in Paget. Now, Paget had broken with Gardiner, lost Mary's confidence and had been dropped by Renard (pp. 230–231) by the end of April. This paper, indeed, may well have been written before 12 February, when Renard first reported that Paget was siding with Arundel against Gardiner.