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Marshal Gaspard de Saux-Tavannes
: And, Simon, tell him I shall bring word later concerning the 'Sea Beggar'. Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
: Interested in the Dutch at last, Marshall Tavannes? Marshal Gaspard de Saux-Tavannes
: Ah, Admiral De Coligny! I didn't hear you come in. Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
: I hope you are looking into the plight of the unfortunate Dutch. The 'sea beggars' as you call them. My fight with Spain is a just one. Marshal Gaspard de Saux-Tavannes
: So you frequently tell us in council.
] Nicholas Muss
: Admiral! Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
: You're working late. Nicholas Muss
: I thought you were asleep. Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
: Nonsense. I've been with the King. Nicholas Muss
: Do you wish to give me some notes? Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
: No, not tonight. I think I've persuaded him. Nicholas Muss
: You've got the King to agree to war with Spain? Admiral Gaspard de Coligny
: It's possible. If he doesn't change his mind by the morning, we are to join with the Dutch. Do you know, Nicholas, after I'd explained the situation to him, he turned to me and he said if we do ally ourselves with the Dutch, you, De Coligny, will go down to history as the 'Sea Beggar'. The Sea Beggar. It's a title I'd be proud of.
Catherine de Medici
: Such a fine man, Admiral Coligny. If only he thought as we do. Admiral Coligny
: Such a wonderful king. If only he thought as we do.