Edward VI
September 1548

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William B. Turnbull (editor)

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1861

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'Edward VI: September 1548', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Edward VI: 1547-1553 (1861), pp. 26. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=70296 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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September 1548

Sept. 12.
Konigsberg.
107. Albert, Marquis of Brandenburg, to the Lord Protector. Credentials of Wolhard Count Mansfeldt. [Latin. Broadside.]
Eod. die.Same to Sir William Paget. Duplicate of the preceding. [Latin. Broadside.]
Sept. 14.
Konigsberg.
108. Albert, Marquis of Brandenburg, to King Edward VI. In favour of Wolhard Count Mansfeldt, who desires to enter into his Majesty's service. [Latin. Broadside.]
Sept. 16.
Louvain.
109. Sir Philip Hoby to the Lord Admiral. Had not written since his arrival here, as his Lordship would know what was going on by his letters to the Lord Protector. Narrates the Emperor's late proceedings in the matter of the Interim, and his being repulsed at the attack on Constance, in which Don Alonzo Vives was slain. The Emperor left on the 13th for Ulm, where he remained only five (sic) days; is now here, and after 10 or 12 days it is thought will go to the Low Countries. The Bishop of Rome, nothing satisfied with the Emperor's proceedings in these matters of religion, refuses to ratify them. The French King is at Turin, and his abode there is regarded with suspicion by this Court. Conspiracy to slay Don Fernando (Gonzaga) discovered. [Two pages and a half. Printed by Tytler, Vol. i., p. 125.]