Lord Lisle is arrested for betraying Calais to Cardinal Pole

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Historical Context Note

Lord Lisle is arrested and charged with treason, on the grounds that he has plotted to betray the English possession of Calais to the French and Cardinal Pole.
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Editors. "Lord Lisle is arrested for betraying Calais to Cardinal Pole". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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