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The Events Of 1526

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In 1526 an embassy was sent to the most reverend archbishop. The two parties having previously reached an agreement by letter as to the time and place for carrying out the meeting, on January 8, 1526, the bishop’s embassy was sent to Brühl. The most reverend archbishop was of the view that this matter deserved further deliberation. Much later, on February 25, 1526, he asked his brother to inform him of what had been done in connection with the dispute concerning inhabitants of Münster. Some days later he sent this peace-making embassy to Münster, and on it were the brother of both bishops, the high-born and noble Count John of Wied, lord of Runchell and Isenburg; Bernard of Hagen from Geseke, a doctor of laws and chief notary; and Derek of Heyden, an orator from Mühlhelm.

Keywords: archbishop; Brühl; inhabitants of Münster; peace-making embassy



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