Calendar of Letters, Despatches and State Papers Relating to by Pascual de Gayangos

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INTRODUCTION. resignation was accepted on condition of Ms remaining in Italy until the Emperor had returned from his unfortunate expedition to Algiers,* His last despatch, as will be seen, bears the date of December 1541. In other parts of Italy the Emperor's agents appear to have been the same as in former years—in Genoa Gomez Suarez de Figueroa; in Tenice Lope de Soria till April 1549, when he was succeeded by Don Diego [Hurtado] de Mendoza, Ohapuys' colleague in the embassy to this country from February to the end of August 1538.

On the contrary, the Emperor has always spoken of your muster in the highest and moat honourable terms;" hearing which, Brian withdrew, saying that he would write to his master and let him know the whole. The Imperial ambassador goes on to say thai king Francis told him; " I believe this interview proposed by the king of England, is for no other purpose than to cause jealousy "between the Emperor and myself. That seems to be his only object, and my reason, also for speaking as sharply as I did to Brian, whose intemperate and high-flown language at first required correction.

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