Venice
May 1520, 16-20

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Rawdon Brown (editor)

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1869

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13-14

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'Venice: May 1520, 16-20', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 3: 1520-1526 (1869), pp. 13-14. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=94317 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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May 1520, 16–20

May 17. Sanuto Diaries, v. xxviii. p. 453. 47. Antonio Surian, Venetian Ambassador in England, to the Signory.
The disputes about the interview had been adjusted. The King would cross on the 21st. Cardinal Wolsey was in better health than usual.
London, 17th May. Registered by Sanuto, 30th May.
[Italian.]
May 17. Sanuto Diaries, v. xxviii. p. 423. 48. Alvise Gradenigo and Marco Minio, Venetian Ambassadors at Rome, to the Signory.
Arrival of the Duke of Albany from France. The Pope had lodged him in the palace because he was the cousin [sic, query brother-in-law] of the wife of the late Magnifico Lorenzino, Duke of Urbino.
Rome, 17th May. Registered by Sanuto, 22nd May.
[Italian.]
May 18. Sanuto Diaries, v. xxviii. p. 468. 49. Antonio Surian, Venetian Ambassador in England, to the Signory.
Conversations held with Cardinal Wolsey, whom he had acquainted with the news about the Turk. The Cardinal said it was important, and the King would write to the Pope to make the Christian powers resent the attack, as he (King Henry) would be ready to act for the benefit of Christendom, and would discuss the matter with the most Christian King at the interview.
London, 18th May. Registered by Sanuto, 5th June.
[Italian.]