Henry VIII meets Charles V at Gravelines in France. They sign a
Treaty of Calais, by which each binds the other to make no further
arrangements to progress the marriage treaties that both rulers
currently have with France. Although Mary Tudor is contracted to
marry the Dauphin, and Charles to marry Charlotte of Valois,
neither monarch now desires allegiance with France, preferring to
court each other's favour.
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Editors. "Treaty of Calais between Henry VIII and Charles V". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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