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42    &lt;p align=&quot;center&quot;&gt;&lt;b&gt;&lt;FONT size=+1&gt;Letter of Katharine of Aragon to the Imperial
43ambassador, Eustace Chapuys &lt;br&gt;1535&lt;/FONT&gt;&lt;/b&gt;&lt;/p&gt;
44  &lt;p&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;&lt;b&gt;Background &lt;/b&gt; &lt;br&gt;In this letter, Katharine writes to Eustace Chapuys,
45  the Imperial ambassador and her fervent ally against the annulment.&amp;nbsp; Upon
46  Katharine's request, Chapuys had asked Henry VIII if Katharine and Princess
47  Mary could meet.&amp;nbsp; The princess was ill and had not seen her mother for
48  four years.&amp;nbsp; Henry did not give his permission but he didn't explicitly
49  refuse either - and that gave Chapuys hope.&amp;nbsp; But Henry also warned the
50  ambassador that he feared both a popular uprising on Katharine's behalf and
51  the possibility of Princess Mary's escape to the Continent.&amp;nbsp; Chapuys
52  reassured the king that both mother and daughter were loyal subjects - but he
53  didn't mention his own attempts to persuade Katharine to lend support to an
54  uprising.&amp;nbsp; Both Henry and Chapuys were aware of the vast popular support
55  of both Katharine and Mary.&amp;nbsp; In the end, Katharine refused to countenance
56  a rebellion.&amp;nbsp; Certainly she disliked the idea of others dying on her
57  behalf, but she also would not disobey her husband.&amp;nbsp; This was at the core
58  of her character - a staunch and unwavering belief that she and Henry were
59  still husband and wife, and it was her duty to obey him in all things
60  excepting those which offended God.&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;/p&gt;
61  &lt;p&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;Katharine's
62  protests to Henry that she would never support a rebellion meant little to the
63  king.&amp;nbsp; He refused to allow mother and daughter to meet, much to their
64  mutual sorrow.&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;FONT size=-1&gt;&lt;br&gt;&lt;/FONT&gt; &lt;/p&gt;
65    &lt;hr&gt;
66    &lt;p&gt;Mine especial friend, &lt;BR&gt;You have greatly bound me with the
67    pains that you have taken in speaking with the king my lord concerning the
68    coming of my daughter unto me.&amp;nbsp; The reward you shall trust to have of
69    God; for (as you know) in me there is no power to gratify what you have
70    done, but only with my goodwill.&amp;nbsp; As touching the answer which has been
71    made you, that his highness is contented to send her to some place nigh me,
72    so as I do not see her, I pray you vouchsafe to give unto his highness mine
73    effectual thanks for the goodness which he shows to his daughter and mine,
74    and for the comfort that I have thereby received; as as to my seeing of her,
75    you shall certify that, if she were within one mile of me, I would not see
76    her.&amp;nbsp; For the time permitteth not that I should go about sights, and be
77    it that I would I could not, because I lack provision therefore. &lt;BR&gt;Howbeit,
78    you shall always say unto his highness that the thing which I desired was to
79    send her where I am; being assured that a little comfort and mirth, which
80    she should take with me, should undoubtedly be half a health to her.&amp;nbsp; I
81    have proved the like by experience, being diseased of the same infirmity,
82    and know how much good it may do that I say.&amp;nbsp; And, since I desired a
83    thing so just and reasonable, and that so much touched the honor and
84    conscience of the king my lord, I thought not it should have been denied me.
85    &lt;BR&gt;Let not, for my love, to do what you may that this may yet be
86    done.&amp;nbsp; Here have I, among others, heard that he had some suspicion of
87    the surety of her.&amp;nbsp; I cannot believe that a thing so far from reason
88    should pass from the royal heart of his highness; neither can I think that
89    he hath so little confidence in me.&amp;nbsp; If any such matter chance to be
90    communed of, I pray you say unto his highness that I am determined to die
91    (without doubt) in this realm; and that I, from henceforth, offer mine own
92    person for surety, to the intent that, if any such thing should be
93    attempted, that then he do justice of me, as of the most evil woman that
94    ever was born. &lt;BR&gt;The residue I remit to your good wisdom and judgment as
95    unto a trusty friend, to whom I pray God give health. &lt;BR&gt;Katharine the
96    Queen.&lt;/p&gt;
97    &lt;p&gt;&amp;nbsp;&lt;/p&gt;
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104href=&quot;_httpextlink_&amp;amp;rl=1&amp;amp;href=http:%2f%2fenglishhistory.net%2ftudor%2fletters.html&quot;&gt;to Letters of the Six Wives
105of Henry VIII&lt;/A&gt;&lt;/FONT&gt;&lt;/p&gt;
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108href=&quot;_httpextlink_&amp;amp;rl=1&amp;amp;href=http:%2f%2fenglishhistory.net%2ftudor.html&quot;&gt;to Tudor England&lt;/A&gt;&lt;/FONT&gt;&lt;BR&gt;&lt;FONT size=-1&gt;&lt;A
109href=&quot;_httpextlink_&amp;amp;rl=1&amp;amp;href=http:%2f%2fenglishhistory.net%2ftudor%2fmonarchs%2faragon.html&quot;&gt;to Katharine of
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