The Resource Abstract by Sir Robert Cotton, 1600
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- A briefe abstract of ye Question of Precedency betweene England and Spaine occasioned by Sir Henry Nevill the Queene of Englands Ambassador and the Ambassador of Spaine at Callis before comission appointed by the french king who had moved A Treaty of peace in the 42 yeare of the same Queene with the negotiation thereupon. Collected by Sir Robert Cotton knighte and Barronett at her ma[jes]te commandment
- Cotton's fame as a "master of precedents" spread "so far that in 1600 the queen's advisers referred to him a question of precedency which had arisen between Sir Henry Neville, an English ambassador, and an ambassador from Spain, who were together at Calais discussing the terms of an Anglo-Spanish treaty. Cotton in an elaborate paper decided in favour of his own countryman." (Dictionary of National Biography "Robert Cotton.")
- The essay includes a copy of Robert Cecil's letter of commission to Cotton
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