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Letter #5770

Alfonso de VALDÉS to Ioannes DANTISCUS
[Regensburg], [1532-05-03 — 1532-07-07]

English register:

Valdés is glad that Dantiscus has spoken with the emperor and promises to do his best to make sure Dantiscus doesn’t have to regret following his advice. He thanks him for sending the Psalter [paraphrased by] Jan van Campen. The next day at around ten in the morning he will visit Dantiscus to hear him out. He also desires to meet with the two sholars and pay the painter.




Manuscript sources:
1copy in Latin, 18th-century, BK, 222, No. 58, p. 205-206
2copy in Latin, 18th-century, BCz, 40 (TN), No. 254, p. 991-992
3register with excerpt in Latin, English, 20th-century, CBKUL, R.III, 31, No. 302.14
4lost fair copy in Latin, AAWO, AB, D.130, No. 14

Auxiliary sources:
1register in Polish, 20th-century, B. PAU-PAN, 8247 (TK 9), f. 200

Prints:
1BOEHMER 1899 p. 407 (in extenso)
2DE VOCHT 1961 No. DE, 204, p. 144 (in extenso)
3Españoles part II, No. 65, p. 236 (Spanish translation)
4VALDÉS 1996 Cartas y documentos, No. 100, p. 258 (in extenso)
5CEID 2/3 (Letter No. 69) p. 278-279 (in extenso; English register; Polish register)
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