Elizabeth
October 1567

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Allan James Crosby (editor)

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1871

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'Elizabeth: October 1567', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 8: 1566-1568 (1871), pp. 368. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=72134 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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October 1567

Oct. 11.Man to [Cecil].
Yesterday the Queen of Spain was brought to bed of a girl. The King has required him to write to the Queen as earnestly as he could in favour of Sir Francis Englefield.— Madrid, 11 Oct. 1567.
Copy, annexed to his letter of Nov. 14.
Oct. 11.Man to the Queen.
The King of Spain desires that she will grant Sir Francis Englefield to enjoy the revenue of his lands wheresoever he may be come, and will take the benefit as done to himself.— Madrid, 11 Oct. 1567.
Copy, annexed to his letter of Nov. 14.
Oct. 21.Man to Cecil.
The Princess was christened on the 19th; her name is Catalina. Has written to him by this post of the King's passing through England (sic), who gave him very short warning thereof.—Madrid, 21 Oct. 1567.
Copy, annexed to his letter of Nov. 14. Pp. 3.