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Whose constant aim seems to have been the aggrandizement of his own family and the humiliation of a king like Henry, so deaf to bis admonitions. After the death of his brother the Cardinal, the Marquis resigned Ms post at Rome, or asked leave to go home to attend, as he said, to his family affairs. His * See No. ms pp. 386-8. 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.
The bashaws were trying to dissuade him front tibat undertaking; but Solynian was still bent upon it, and had resolved to invade Hungary, The above, as the Kmg told him (Scepper), is in substance the news brought by SfariUaeh, who? he gays, is mueih. attached to Your Imperial Majesty, and always speaks of you in the highest possible terms, especially to the ambassador of the Waywode (ZapolsM) residing at his court. The latter has heard with pleasure the affectionate and Mendly terms Hsed by this King with regard to Your Haj&sty, and sincerely hopes that the present union will powerfully contribute to the •welfare of Christendom, as the ambassador himself wall personally declare whenever he haa an opportunity.
See Vol. , p. 648, f The earl returned from Im missitm to tlie ISiajjarca1, thai in ItaJj, In Angnst 1530. See Vol. , p. 690. aa«M at Xtomr ontbe 3rd September of tiiat p a n (Vol. W)& 1 Such is Ohapuys' letter to the regent o£ the Low Countries, written in August 1530, at the time that Pope Clement, wiBHng to delay as long as possible his sentence in the divorce suit, proposed sending to England a Nuncio to persuade king Henry either to desist entirely from his purpose of marrying Anne Boleyn, or else to submit to his judgment and sentence in the divorce case.