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1559 January 11 Robert Dudley appointed Master of the Horse. 14/15 Queen Elizabeth received into London for her coronation. 25–8 May Queen Elizabeth’s First Parliament. February Philip II of Spain offers to marry Elizabeth but is refused. She advises Parliament that she will not marry unwisely. April 3 14 18 July 10 22 Treaty of Câteau-Cambrésis, marking the end of a 65-year struggle between France and Spain for control of Italy. It also ﬁnally surrenders Calais to the French. 6–7). The Spanish ambassador, Feria, reports on Robert Dudley’s intimacy with Queen Elizabeth (CSPS, 57).
32 A Sidney Chronology May 2 HS is embarrassed by Elizabeth’s offer of a barony. MDS to Burghley, describing the offer as a ‘hard choice’ since she worries about the great expense involved in accepting it or, alternatively, incurring the queen’s personal displeasure if her husband turns it down (SP 63/36/14). 8–30 June First session of Queen Elizabeth’s Fourth Parliament tackles further difﬁculties over the succession, once more involving Mary Queen of Scots. Elizabeth personally vetoes the attempt by the Commons to pass a bill of attainder on Mary although she permits a bill excluding her from the English succession.
Sidney’s Body’, warns HS to avoid bogs, fens and marshes and advises against long periods on horseback in armour (SP 15/14/6). 7). Hugh Whitford argues again about the beneﬁce of Whitford, leading to a ﬁnal settlement of £100 from HS to resign his rights to PS (Wallace, 33). 304, 408–9). 17 HS formally reappointed Lord Deputy of Ireland. 8). May Mary Queen of Scots escapes from captivity, repudiates her abdication, and is defeated by the Regent Moray at Langside. She ﬂees to England. July HS is reconciled with his brother-in-law, Thomas Radcliffe, Earl of Sussex, who is now consoled by the Presidency of York for HS’s continued holding of the Welsh Presidency.
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