On the 5th of May, I had a letter from him, in which he told me that he had altered his defign of com- ing to Paris, and feemed impatient to know what I had done with the deputies. He tells " me, he never faw fo many fools in one fet of •* men, and named Rivet among others.** I know already, *• faid he, all they could fav to you in anfwer to •* thofe reprefentations, which, in the letter I fcnt •* you by your brother, I directed you to make ^ them. It can- •* not be doubted but that the deputies, before they B 6 •• favr - 12 MEMOIRS Book XXIV^. dii Pkffis, who ** inftrufted them what to fay." I WROTE fuch a letter to the affembly as his ma- jefty required of nic : I exhorted them not to arro- gate to themfelves any power, with regard to the article concerning the general deputies^ which be- longed to the police, or the government : I repre- fented to them that the offices of the general depu- ties ought to laft three years, lefs time not beingr fufficient to give them a thorough knowledge of affairs ; and that they ought not to content them- felves with naming two deputies only j becaufe, as: the choice was not confirmed bv the general affem- blies till private ones had been nrft confulted (a for- mality that took up a great deal of time) if any ac- cident happened to one of tbefe deputies, the party would want an agent with the king ; therefore if, inftead of two, they always propofed fix to his ma- jefty, the vacancy would be fupplied immediately by his naming one of the fix pointed to hiin in the lift.Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we have taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. ' Books contained in the Fifth Volume, SUMMARY of the TWENTY-FOURTH BOOK, ME M OIRS of the year 1607. Sully does the Jcing great fervicein the affembly of the proteftants at Rochelle, in the difpute between father Seguiran and the Rochellers, New grants made by Henry to the jefuits.We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. Plots carried on by Spain, in the court and the council, againft Henry and Sully: a converfation between them on this fubje6l ; and Sully's advice to the king : he docs the king other fervices in the quarrels which happen at court. A pleafant adventure between the duke of Sully and Pimentel.The king having in tlie preceding' year granted them permiffion to hold a convocation in this, they were lummoned to meet at Rocbelle ; and the deputies of which it was to be compofed, were appomted in the provincial aflemblies. It However ill-af Fcded a part of thofe who bore the greatcft fway iii this afl^mbly might be, they judged it neceffary to fend three deputies to his maj^fty, as well upon this affair, as fomc others which they knew would not be agreeable to him.It wa9 from fome of thefe very deputies his majefty r«- ' ceived notice that the article of the convocation ^t Gap concerning the Pope of which fo much has been abready faid, was expref Ted in their papers. The mattef was this : they had determined to bring again un- der examination the queftion which had been al- ready difcuffed with fo much warmth at the aflem- bly of Chatelleraut, Concerning the nomination and number of the proteftant deputies -general, and the duration of their office, as the time for which the prefent two were to be employed was near expired.
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I thought he behaved tike a brave *and gallant man upon this occafion ; and I believe he was very wall iatisfied with the manner in which I I treated him. WAS ftill conhned to my houfe by this unfortu-* nate accident, when the king came to me one i607. 9 renne, and Erard the engineer; for he had occafion to fpeak to me about the fortifications of Calais, I replied, that I was writing letters, and "preparing; work for my fecretaries.
Henry was as much interefted in* this affair as if it had concerned him perfonally ; he •cleared up the whole condu£t of Saint Paul to me, and in a letter he wrote to me at that time, defired me not to give credit to any reports that ihould* ' come frort the Baftile, where my enemies had no other view but to join a fecond misfortune to the &c. And, indeed, my table was all overfpread with letters and ftates of affairs, which I was to lay before the council that day.
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