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After mentioning these titles, Columbus mentions that while he was in Court, he was shunned for his ideas, but now that he has found territories, other explorers are given no grief when looking for grants to found new lands.
From the letter, "Seven years I was at your royal court, where all to whom this undertaking was mentioned, unanimously declared it Columbus begins his letter by mentioning titles he was given- voceroy, admiral, and governor-general.
From the letter, "Seven years I was at your royal court, where all to whom this undertaking was mentioned, unanimously declared it to be a delusion. Now all, down to the very tailors, seek permission to make discoveries.
It can be believed that they go forth to plunder, and it is granted to them to do so, so that they greatly prejudice my honor and do very great damage to the enterprise.
Now that he has opened up the West, everyone else wants to explore. Columbus thinks that by giving them no problems and by allowing them to explore, it insults his honor and generally worsens the whole enterprise of exploration.
Columbus goes on to argue that while he was waiting for accolades, a ship came and brought him back to Spain. He argues that, "I was made a prisoner and with my two brothers was thrown into a ship, laden with fetters, stripped to the skin, very ill-treated, and without being tried or condemned.
At the end of the letter, he makes a stab at the monarchs saying that he, unlike other explorers, did not sail for glory but for the Spanish crown. So, to summarize, he wrote this letter because he wanted to try and get the Spanish crown to allow him to leave and explore other places, namely Rome.
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