A new complication arose in October 1582, when Mary gave birth to her son Ivan - unfortunate Tsarevich Dmitry. The news of this event reached England at the time when Pisemsky was still there. This, of course, did not contribute to the performance of his task of organizing the marriage of Ivan and Maria Hastings. Pisemsky arrived in England in September 1582, but was adopted by the queen only after a considerable delay, since it is at this time was in talks with the Polish envoys. Queen talks with Pisemsky walked very slowly. In the discussion of the question was raised about the marriage, and at first it seemed that the Queen is interested in this property. Pisemsky had the opportunity to see the prospective bride while her escort walks with the garden. As for the political union, the Elizabeth tried to bargain in return for England's monopoly of the entire foreign trade in Russia. Negotiations nor to no avail. June 5 Elizabeth has appointed its new ambassador to Russia, Sir Bowes. He was to continue the negotiations there. Two weeks later, Bowes and Pisemsky sailed to Russia. Last he took with him to show the portrait of the king, Maria Gastings.390
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