Venice: November 1519

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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 2, 1509-1519. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1867.

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November 1519

Nov. 9. Sanuto Diaries, v. xxviii. p. 56. 1296. Antonio Surian to the Signory.
The two French ambassadors destined for Scotland, to arrange the disputes between that kingdom and England, had arrived. One of the ambassadors was the nephew of the Duke of Albany, which displeased the English ministry, especially Cardinal Wolsey, who “est alter Rex,” and with whom they had negotiated these matters during upwards of a week.
The Imperial Secretary, whose arrival had been already announced by him, was still in London, and the King was apparently exerting himself to the utmost to reconcile France to the Emperor.
Nov. 27. Minio's Original Letter Book. MS. penes me. Letter no. 416. 1297. Marco Minio to the Signory.
Writes that on the morrow a public consistory was to be held for the reception (as customary) of the Legate Campeggio, who had returned from England.
Home, 27th November 1519.
[Extract, Italian.]