Appendix: Miscellaneous 1511

Pages 485-486

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 4, 1527-1533. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1871.

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Miscellaneous 1511

1511. Jan. 3. March 20. 2nd hour. Summaries f Advices, Library Archives, v. i. p. 33. 1048. Miscellaneous Advices.
The Pope determined to attack La Mirandola in person, and went to the camp notwithstanding the intense cold, and the snow and ice.
An ambassador from the King of Scotland has come to the Pope and assures him of the good peace existing between the most serene King of England and his King.
His Holiness has determined to send the English ambassador, the Cardinal of York, as Legate in the expedition against La Bastia. He accepted readily, and will have with him 300 men at arms, and 4000 infantry.
The said English ambassador and the Scottish ambassador have not chosen to go to Mantua.
May 3. 22nd hour. Summaries of Advices, Library- Archives, v. i. p. 35. 1049. Advices sent to the Venetian Ambassador with the Lord Turk on the 3rd of May 1511.
The Papal forces after conquering La Mirandola marched towards Ferrara.
The Cardinal of York, ambassador from the King of England, had been sent as Legate into the Papal camp for the above written expedition against La Bastia.
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