At about 15 in the morning (11 a.m.) we had the news that peace(1) was concluded. It was celebrated with bonfires, and the shops were closed.
(1) Alamanno Rinuccini (Ricordi, etc. Firenze, 1840), says that the news of the universal peace amongst all the powers of Italy, pronounced by the Pope two days previously, reached Florence at 13 ore (9 a.m.) on the 27th April.
Eight men were taken in the hangman's cart to be hung, because they had intended to give over Castiglioni di Marradi(1).
(1) This rebellion was raised by the Signori of Forli and Faenza.