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I am not at present informed who is the setter forth of this malignant writing; but if he is found out, he shall be straitly punished for it."For the things ye lacked, I have minded my lord to supply them to you as soon as he could buy them.Jane was not totally isolated in Wiltshire, she did have had some friends, relatives, and contacts at the court.One of them was Francis Bryan, by now a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber (he had replaced William Carey). He felt sorry for Jane, still single and stuck at home, and tried to find her a husband. Better still, since he did not like Anne, he decided to help Jane attract the King herself. The King stopped off at Wolf Hall, the Seymour family home, on his summer progress without his wife Anne. Anne was annoyed when the King went back again to Wolf Hall on his summer progress the following year, 1535, although she was able to go with him, as this time he brought Jane Seymour back with him to court.Despite being married to Margery who was attractive enough when young to inspire Skelton to dedicate a poem to her, John Seymour was always chasing women, and was responsible for an illegitimate son born as late as 1535.Edward Seymour had been in France in attendance on Mary Tudor in 1514 and on campaign in the war of 1522 - when he was just the right age to be interested in a saucy camera obscura show set up to entertain the troops. Elizabeth, was married at the age of 13 to Sir Anthony Oughtred, Governor of Jersey, and Dorothy married Sir Clement Smythe (or Smith). Jane, the eldest daughter, was left on the shelf still living with her mum and dad.
Advertising you that there is a ballad made lately of great derision against us, which if it go abroad and is seen by you; I pray you to pay no manner of regard to it.But although related to Anne Boleyn, he had fallen out with her, and he was also just as closely related to Jane Seymour. Jane and Anne were also second cousins, so Anne (and others) knew the past scandal of her unofficial betrothal to William Dormer.Which also meant Jane had at least some experience with men.Thus hoping, shortly to receive you in these arms, I end for the present, "Your own loving servant and sovereign, "H. Both liked their food - Jane still looks a little plump and double-chinned in her flattering Holbein portrait.She particularly liked fattened little game birds like quail and ortalan.
Edward Seymour's new wife Anne Stanhope, a pushy type of woman, seized the advantage.