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doctar Capen, elemosiner. the archdeacon of Caunterbery. ser John Seint John knight.
mastar Strangwyshe. mastar Rice. mastar Savelle. mastar Luterell. mastar Wyndam. mastar Browghton. mastar Bigotte. mastar Cutte. mastar Reskemer. mastar Fayrefaxe. mastar Throckmorton. mastar Dennes.
the archdeacon of Carlile. ser Richard Sands knight. mastar Bulkeley. mastar Tempest. mastar Redman. mastar Dauncy. mastar Lighe. mastar Haselwode. mastar Wentwrthe. mastar Cattisby. mastar Medleton. mastar Luterell the yongar. mastar Turney. mastar Caundishe.
mastar Newton. mastar Creke. mastar Egerton. mastar Lyndesey. mastar Brwerton. mastar Judde.
mastar Wegan. mastar Beurghe. mastar Ichyngham. mastar Norrey kynge at armes. mastar sergeant at armes.
Gentlemen of the chapell.
mastar Phelippe. mastar Berepe. mastar Avery. mastar Burban. John Clifton. Roger Eton. Rowland Renkyn. Nicholas Ruston. Henry Stephenson. David Valens.
The hole nombre of seide lorde Legats traine ix c. horsys. There landyd also at the towne of Calays that cam out of England withe the cardinall of Yorke, the pope's ambassadors, and the Frenche kyng's ambassadors. The xvi. of July there came to Calais, mounser Bee the capitayne of Boleyne," and the capitayne of Morterell, with a goodly company, to speke with the cardinall. The xxj. of July the bysshope of Bathe" cam out of Fraunce to Calais, and a bysshope and an abbot of France cam with hym to speke the cardinall Wolse. The xxij, of July the cardinall rode to Boleyne with a great companye toward the Frenche kynge."
* Mons. de Bayes, capitayne of Boulogne. He really arrived on the 17th, as appears by two letters in the Wolsey Correspondence, p. 218,
b John Clerk.
* Wolsey was met at Sandingfield by the Cardinal of Lorraine, the lieutenant of Picardy (de Brion), and a retinue of 1000 horsemen, who congratulated him. See Wolsey Correspondence, p. 222, where also may be found some account of the compliments, presents, and pageantry, that awaited him at Boulogne and Montrueil.
The xxiiij. of September cardinall Wolsey toke shipynge at Calleis and landyd at Dovar.
1529. The xxj. day of May, the 21. yere of king Henry the Eighth, Charles Brandon duke of Suffolke landyd at Caleis, and ser William Fitzwilliam tresurar of the kyng's howse and lyvetenaunt of the castle of Caleis, for to goo imbassadors to the Frenche kynge. The duke of Suffolke cam to Caleis out of Fraunce the xxix. of June, and shiped toward England the same daye.
The iiij. of July the bysshope of London lorde prevy seale,a with ser Thomas More chancelar of the duchye of Lancastar, landyd at Caleis, for to goo to the towne of Camerike" for to speke withe the Frenche kyng's mothar, regent of Fraunce, and withe the lady Margaret duches of Savoy and the emperowr’s awnte and rular of Flandars, Braban, Holand, and Zeland, and of all the emperowr’s contryes in the este parties on this syde the mowntayns: these ij. ladyes with theyr cownsell thinke to make peace betwixt the emperowre and the kynge of England, and the Frenche kynge.
The xxx. of Awgust the peace was proclaymed in Calleis betwixt the kynge of England and Charles the emperowr, and the Frenche kynge, which peace was made by the ij. wymen before namyd.
1532. The xj. day of Octobar Henry the Eighth kynge of England landyd at Caleis, with the duke of Richemond his bastard sonne, the duke of Norfolke ‘lord tresorar of England, the duke of Suffolke, the bysshope of Wynchestar," the bysshope of London," the bysshope of Lyncolne,” the bysshope of Bathe, the marques of Exceter, the erle of Derbye, the erle of Arundell, the erle of Oxenforde, the erle of Surrey, the erle of Rutland, the vicount Lisle kynge Edward the Fowrthes bastard some, the lorde Matrevers, the lord Sands lord chambarlen of the kyng's howse, the lord William Howard, the lorde Braye, the lorde Montague, the lord Cobham, the lord Mordante, the lord Dawbney, the lorde Greye, the lorde Clinton, the lorde Vauxe, the lorde Mountegle, the lorde Rocheforde, with dyvars other lords, ser William Fitzwilliam tresurar of the kyng's howse, ser William Pallett comptrowlar of the kyng's howse, ser William Kyngston capitayne of the garde, ser John Page, ser James Boleyne, ser Anthony Browne, ser Edward Nevell knight herberjur, ser Thomas Cheny, ser John Russell, ser Richard Page, ser Raffe Eldercare, ser Edward Baynton, ser Ed. ward Santener, ser Griffethe Doon, ser John Dudley, ser John Semer, ser Henry Longe, ser Anthony Hungarford, ser John Bruges, ser Arthur Hopton, ser Anthony Wyngfilde, ser William Paston, ser Edmond Bedingfeld, ser Thomas Strange, ser William Hawte, ser Edward Wotton, ser William Askughe, ser John Markam, ser William Baryngton, ser William Essex, ser Gyles Strangweis, ser Edward Chamberleyne, ser Giles Caple, ser John Seint John, ser Waltar Hungarford, ser William Gascoyne, ser Lionell Norreis, ser Edward Boleyne, ser Thomas Lisle, ser John Assheton, ser Thomas Palmar, ser William Boleyne, ser William Finche, ser William Pellam, ser Thomas Rotherham, ser John Norton, ser Richard Sands, ser John Nevell, and xxx. esquyers de quyrry and many gentlemen; every duke had xl. men, every marques xxxv. men, every erle xxiiij., every vicount xx., every bysshope xxiiij., every baron and lorde xij., every knight x., the treswrar of the kyng's hows, xx., the comptrowlar of the kyng's howse hathe xx. men, every counselar x. men, the clarke of the citchen x. men, every doctor viij. men, every esquier for the body viii. men, every sewar to the kynge vi. men, every gentleman usshar iiij. men, the clerke of the grene clothe xij. men, the clerke comptrowlar hathe vi. men, the cofferer viij. men, the clerke of the citchen
* Cuthbert Tunstall. * Cambray. * Stephen Gardiner. * John Stokesley. * John Longland. * John Clerk.
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j., the clerke of the spicery vi., the clerke of the ewrye iiij., the second clerke iij-, every sargiant at armes on man, and every sargiant of every office in the kyng's howse one man, the yeman of the comptinghows hath one grome, and every one of the iiij. officers of the bake howse iiij. men, the officers of the pantrye, buttrye, and sellar have xxxiij. men, the officers of the pitcherhowse hathe xij. men, the officers of the waffers and condutis v. men, the officers of the chandry x. men, officer of the confectionary have vij. men, the officers of the lawndrye have viij. men, the officers of the kechen have xx. men and xv. servants, the officers of the lardar have xvj. men, officers of the boylinge hows have v. men, officers of the pultrye have xiij. men, officers of the sqwllerye have xx. men, officers of the scaldynghows viij. men, officers of the pasterye are xiiij., the officers of the woodyarde are xx. men, officers of the halle are ix. men, the officers of the herbengers are x. men, besyds othar officers. The xxj. of Octobar kynge Henry rode from his towne of Calleys to Boleyne with all his trayne, and the xxx. of the same monethe returnyd agayne to Callais and the Frenche kynge with him, and the kynge of Naverne, and the cardinall of Loren, and many othar duks, bysshops, and great lords of Fraunce, Gascoigne, Bretaigne and Normandy; and the xxviij. of Octobar kynge Henry made the kynge of Naverne knight of the gartar,a and the next day the Frenche kynge with the kynge of Naverne and all the greate lords of Fraunce rode agayne to Boleyne, and kynge Henry of England rode with them to Sandyngfilde, where the kynge of England had made a costly banqwete, and there the iij. kyngs. departyd lyke lovynge bretherne in greate amytie. The Frenche kynge payde for all the costes of the kynge of England, and them that cam with hym to Boleyne; and the kynge of Eng
* This is a mistake. The king of Navarre was not elected of the Garter ; but two Frenchmen were elected on this occasion, namely, Anne de Montmorency count de Beaumont (afterwards duke de Montmorency), grand master, and Philip de Chabot count de Neublanche, admiral of France. “This honour was conferred upon those illustrious subjects of Francis I. in return for the investiture of the dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk with the order of St. Michael at Boulogne three days previously.”—Beltz's Memorials of the Order of the Garter, p. xcii ; Anstis, Register of the Garter, vol. ii. p. 391.