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the summer of the same
year we find Henry marv
elling much at the "ten
der letters" she sent t
o France, in which she
urged the return of Alb
any, whose absence from
Scotland had been the
main aim of English pol
icy since Flodden. Whil
e Francis I and Henry V
III were on good terms,
Albany was detained in
France; but when, in 1
521, their relations be
came strained, he retur
ned to Scotland to find
Angus in power. Scotla
nd rallied round him, a
nd in February, 1522, A
ngus, in turn, retired
to France, while Henry
VIII devoted his energi
An Outline of the Relations between England and Scotland (500-1707) by Rait, Robert S.