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He then returned to the continent, this time to Calais, to wait for his wife there. His arrest only affirmed the decision for Cecilia to permanently leave England. 56 On April 27, 1566, Cecilia did leave England. ”57 On April 29 she wrote to Elizabeth, thanking her for her hospitality, her issuance of safe conduct, and “for the magnificent body of men appointed by your Majesty, whose presence most brilliantly adorned our company and who performed their duties so well that we had nothing left to wish for,”58 a reference possibly to the company that the queen had enlisted to protect Cecilia on her way to the port.
CSP, Span. 157. 50. For instance, when Elizabeth visited Norwich in August, 1578, she was accompanied by the French ambassadors sent by the duke of Alencon, sieurs de Bacqueville and de Quincy. CW, 174–77. 51. CSPF, 314. 52. Cole, Portable Queen, 1–12. 53. Cited in J. E. Neale, Queen Elizabeth I (New York: Archon, 1957), 211–212. 54. See Conyers Read, Lord Burghley and Queen Elizabeth (London: Jonathan Cape, 1960), 40. 55. See later in the text, Nate Probasco, “Queen Elizabeth’s Reaction to the St.
Seaton, Swedish Princess, 19. 27. Ibid. 28. “Guzman De Silva to King Philip of Spain,” October 22, 1565, contained in “Narrative of a Swedish Journey to England,” TRHS, Vol. 12, 210. 29. Seaton, Swedish Princess, 17–18. 30. Bell, Swedish Princess, 43. 31. Ibid. 32. Ibid. 33. “Guzman De Silva to King Philip of Spain,” October 22, 1565, contained in “Narrative of a Swedish Journey to England,” TRHS, Vol. 12, 211. 34. Seaton, Swedish Princess, 20. 35. Ibid. 36. “The Lady Cecilia of Baden,” November 30, 1571, CSPF Elizabeth, Vol.