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In 1613, when Captain Saris returned from Japan to England, he carried to the King a letter from the Emperor, and presents in return for those sent to him by his Majesty of England.

Dogs probably formed part of the gifts and thus may have been introduced into the Kingdom the Japanese breed.

It is never seen running about the streets, or following its master in his walks, and the Commodore understood that they were costly.

Further paintings featuring these toy spaniels were created by Palma Vecchio and Paolo Veronese during the 16th century.

French naturalist Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon would later describe these types of dogs as crosses between spaniels and Pugs.

although there is no evidence that the modern breeds are descended from his particular dogs.

Judith Blunt-Lytton, 16th Baroness Wentworth, writing in her 1911 work Toy Dogs and Their Ancestors, theorised that after Henrietta's death at the age of 26 in 1670, Charles took her dogs for himself.

Following the Glorious Revolution in 1688 and the reign of King William III and Queen Mary II, the Pug was introduced into Britain which would eventually lead to drastic physical changes to the King Charles Spaniel.

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English toy spaniels remained popular enough during the 18th century to be featured frequently in literature and in art.

On Rover, a Lady's Spaniel, Jonathan Swift's satire of Ambrose Philips's poem to the daughter of the Lord Lieutenant, describes the features of an English toy, specifying a "forehead large and high" among other physical characteristics of the breeds.

both Thomas Gainsborough's portrait of Queen Charlotte from 1781 and George Romney's 1782 Lady Hamilton as Nature feature toy spaniels with their mistresses.

At any rate, there is a species of Spaniel in England which it is hard to distinguish from the Japanese dog.

The species sent by the Emperor is by no means common even in Japan.

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