Henri ii king of France - signed letter - Crussol & war against angleterre - 1549. Henri ii continues the political and artistic work of French and continues the wars of italia, focusing his attention on the empire of quant charles. Letter signed by henri ii, Saint-germain-en-laye, May 5, 1549, 1 page oblong, on parchment, 19 x 39 cm. Order his treasurer of the revenues of his finances to pay the sum of ECU 1000 of gold to jehan de crussol, lord of Beaudiné, his squire and man of confidence for certain confidential matters. Henri ii donated him ECU 1000 of gold, especially for his services since his accession to the crown and paid the ransom when he was a prisoner of the English.
As early as 1548, Henry II experienced his first conflict as king of France. He meets the king of angleterre édouard vi, who offends himself from the reception at the court of france de marie stuart, queen of Scotland. In 1549 and 1550, the armies of henri ii assiège boulogne-sur-mer which the English have occupied since 1544.
In 1550, the overseas treaty restored the city to France, and imposed the domination of henri ii in Scotland. Later, in 1558, the Duke's troops took over the town of calais, the last English possession in French territory.
"Henry by the grace of god King of France. To our beloved and feal advisor general of noz finance, salutation and dilection. We want and ask you that from the moneys that have been received or received from the sale and composition of the office of clerk on the senesfloor in the land of limoges vacant by the trepas of fire antoine cainaud you pay bail and deliver to our dear and beloved sharp escuier jehan of crussol of the sum of 2,250 pounds tournaments for the value of mil escuz dor sun because of the good and pleasant services that said crussol has faictz auparavan and since our advent to the crown in its estat and office near our person and same to the faict of the war in the voyige that it faict last year when it was taken prisoner by the Anglois to pay big r. This affin of giving it better mean to bear these deppences we have made it and make gift by these signed by our hand. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\historical persons".
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