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Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 8, 1545-1546. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Page 97, fifth line from the bottom; Danvers should read Chamberlain; the person referred to being Sir Thomas Chamberlain, Governor, or Master, of the Court of English Merchants in Antwerp.
” 100, tenth line from the bottom; the name suggested in brackets should be Furstenberg, not Nassau.
” 141, twentieth line from the bottom; the same alteration should be made.
” 226, eleventh line from the bottom, for Camerino read Camarino. Both forms are used in the manuscripts, but the latter form is preferred.
” 556, twenty-second line from the top, the name suggested in brackets should be Gardiner, not Paulet.