Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Warrington calls him: De Batteville
The Baron de Batteville (note 13).
According to several sources including Clarendon...
After the marriage treaty was signed on the 23rd June, the only person to excite any opposition was the Spanish Ambassador, Vatteville, who tried to stir up some excitement by distributing papers, stating alarming evils to England likely to occur from a Popish Queen. He was caught in the very act of flinging these papers out of a window to the soldiery and the populace.
Charles ignored his begs for pardon, and hurried him out of the Kingdom.
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