1622 no. 23 (16/2) Nieuwe Tijdinghen wt Parijs, in Vranck-rijck. Met het verhael vande Heerlijcke ende Magnifique Incompste des Conincx aldaer.
(New Tidings from Paris, in France. With the story of the King's Lordly and Magnificent Entry there.)
Printed Antwerp: Abraham Verhoeven, 16 February 1622.
Paris, 3 February 1622Edit
- 3-page account of the King’s entry into Paris.
- The King is soon to go to Amiens with the Duke de Chaulne, Duke Luxembourg and Marshal Pralin (the new governor), then probably on to Normandy via Calais.
- The Dukes of Chaulne and Luxembourg are no longer lodged in the Louvre (as when their brother the Constable was alive), but are still in Royal Council.
- The Constable’s body has been sent to Luyne near Tours.
- Count de Bury, son of Lord d’Alincourt, governor of Lyons, Mons. de la Grange Cremeau, Mons. de Monsciart, and Mons. de Boma each levied a foot regiment in Lyons for service against Montauban; Boma’s regiment is already at Orleans. Marshal d’Esdiguieres has re-established peace in the Dauphiné; the night watch has been stood down in Lyons.
- The Royal Council has decided that the young son of the late Constable is to inherit his offices, with his uncle Duke de Chaulne as his lieutenant.
- Lord de Paleseau, knight of the order of St Esprit, is the new governor of Calais.
- The King is to go to Amiens and other towns in Picardy for 14 days, then return here before going to Montauban.
- Count de la Voute, oldest son of the Duke de Vantador, has given up the Capuchin novitiate as too hard and has returned to the world.
- Lord Albrecht Goudi has been captured by the Rochellese on his way from Bordeaux to Paris.
- The Fair of St Germain began a week ago.
- The summary/transcription of this document is incomplete.
Brussels, Royal Library Albert I