DE PUEBLA to FERDINAND and ISABELLA.
Has heard, in the Royal Palace, that Don Pedro de Ayalais sending a courier to Spain.
Inquired secretly of Londoño,and of the Sub-prior, who said that it was true.
Intends to send this letter enclosed in the bundle of Londoiio and the Sub-prior.
It will go by the courier of Don Pedro de Ayala.
“ I have already Written that Perkin had ﬂed, but had been
“ taken again and exposed two days in the pillory. He is
“ now secured in such a manner, and in such a prison,
“ that, with the help of God, he will never be able to play
“ such a trick again. I say this, because it may be that others,
“ biassed by party feeling, have written that he had ﬂed,
“ but not what took place afterwards.”