Roscoff From 15 August 1548 Vilganon sent a message about the arrival of Mary, and when her entourage arrived at Saint-Paul, waiting for their first grand welcome. Among the greeters was part of Mayor, speaking in the role of a local guide, and, oddly enough, mistress of Francis I the Duchess d'Etampes. Official court positions for the favorites of the deceased sovereigns did not exist; She apparently got the news of the arrival of Mary from its own sources and came by itself out of curiosity. All French nobility was burning with impatience to see the youngest ruler of Europe, which has already turned into a fairy queen. Vilgenon relieved farewell to the royal retinue, and was sent back to Scotland with people and equipment for the troops Mary of Guise, who continued the siege of Haddington. He was also awarded, making an admiral of Brittany.
Description of Greece: Bks.VI-VIII, Xxi v. 3
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