Henry VIII, the Reign
Letters & Papers: 1535 Volume 8
Bishop of Faenza to M. Ambrogio.
17 June 
Two hours ago the Admiral arrived. Thinks the negociation with England is broken off because the French refuse to allow the duke of Angoulême to go to England, or to defend against the Church or a declaration of Council the cause of the King's second wife.
These, he understands, are the principal points, though the French are as silent as they can, and pretend that it has not affected their friendship. Will write again more fully about it. Nothing is yet known of what has become of Fisher since the news of his promotion.
Those who have recently been to Calais are sure that evil has happened to him.
Du Bellay proposes to leave in six days, though his hat has not yet arrived.