Spain: November 1521

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Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2, 1509-1525. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1866.

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November 1521

27 Nov.
M. Re. Ac. d. Hist. Salazar. A. 21. ff. 322-324.
364. Juan Manuel, Imperial Ambassador in Rome, to the Emperor.
The victory of Milan has been a decisive one. The French army is either made prisoner or dispersed. The Pope says he rejoices more at this victory than at his election, and the Venetians have become "soft and pliable."
The Pope begs him (the Emperor) not to go to Spain by way of England, but through Germany and Italy, and promises to go and meet him wherever he likes.—Rome, the 27th of November 1521.
No address.
Indorsed : "To the King. Rome. From Juan Manuel, 27th of November 1521."
Spanish. Autograph in cipher. Contemporary deciphering. pp. 5.