Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2, 1509-1525. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1866.
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Jaca, mountains of, ii. 457.
Jacobacius, Dominico, Cardinal, ii. 385.
-, -, in conclave, 389 to 392.
-, -, promises of, with regard to the inquisition, 428.
-, -, in conclave, 592, 593.
Jacobo, Juan, ii. 222.
Jaen, letter dated from, i. 25.
-, the Dean of, 159.
-, the bishopric of, ii. 328, 553.
James, King of Scotland, see Scotland.
-, -, English spared by, i. 190.
- IV., King of Scotland, love intrigues of, 78.
-, -, hand of Princess Katharine of of Spain sought by, 78.
-, -, included in treaty with Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, &c., ii. 103.
-, -, with King of France, 130, 207.
-, -, slain in battle with the English (Flodden), 162.
-, -, included in treaties, ii. 35, 114, 116, 130.
- V., included in treaties, 232, 292.
Jaques, gentleman of the bedchamber to the Queen of France, ii. 126.
Jarnegan, Rychard, signature, ii. 557.
Jean D'Albret, King of Navarra, ii. 202, 277.
Jerningham, Richard, knight and privy councillor, ii. 549, 555.
Jerusalem, the French claim, i. 378.
-, the Patriarch of, 422.
-, to be conquered by the allies, ii. 264.
Jewels, dress, &c. provided for the Princess Katharine, i. 5.
- and plate assigned to the Princess Katharine, 244.
-, the Princess Katharine to raise money on, 321.
-, Spanish, Henry VII. purchases, 408.
Jews, conduct of certain, i. 51.
- in England, 164.
-, conduct of former Emperors towards the, ii. 609.
Jo. Bathoniensis, signature, ii. 599.
Johannes, credenciario to Pope Adrian, ii. 547.
Johannes, licentiate and physician to the Princess of Wales, i. 414.
Joachim, a Genoese, agent of France, ii. 658.
John, Bishop of Bath, ambassador of Henry VIII., letter from, ii. 599.
-, King of Navarra, 72, 90.
-, Prester, concludes an alliance with King of Portugal, 363.
Jousts, &c., at marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales, i. 263.
-, royal, permission asked to hold, by the Earl of Suffolk, Earl of Essex, Lord Harrington, Lord William Devonshire, Sir John Peche, and William de la Pencre, 233.
Juan, Infant, Don, proposed marriage between the Duchess of Brittany and, i. 27.
-, -, proposed marriage of, 29.
-, -, the Duchess wishes to marry, 31.
-, -, reference made to, ii. 9, 32.
-, Don, de Aragon, at the court of Prince Charles, ii. 71, 139.
-, Jacobo, French ambassador in Rome, 99.
-, Peti, courier, 31.
-, San, Spanish army at, 65.
- II., King of Castile, reference made to, ii. 396.
Juana, the Infanta, (see Archduchess), i. 107.
-, the Archduchess, to write to De Puebla, 196.
Juana, Doa, daughter of King Ferdinand, and a lady from Tarega in Catalonia, i. 26.
-, -, proposed marriage of the King of Scots to, 26.
-, -, De Puebla unwise in his negotiations with the Scotch respecting, 26.
-, Infanta, Doa, daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, 26.
-, -, Henry VII. urges on her marriage with the Archduke, 74, 110.
-, -, voyage to Flanders of, 114.
-, -, Henry VII., requested by Ferdinand and Isabella to show kindness to, 119.
-, -, note respecting the date of the sailing for Flanders of, 137.
-, -, the Flemings provide everything for, 268.
-, Doa, called the "Excellent," and "la Beltraneja," Princess of Castile, ii. 396, 397.
-, -, Queen, late wife of Henry IV. of Castile, reference made to, 396, 397.
-, Queen, Ferdinand governs Castile, &c., in behalf of, i. 339.
-, -, expected voyage of, 348.
-, -, observation of Henry VII. respecting, 355.
-, -, power of, 385.
-, -, ratification by Henry VII. of treaty with, 387.
-, -, state of health of, 389.
-, -, deep affliction of, 404.
-, -, proposal from Henry VII. to marry, 405.
-, -, Spanish and English negotiations respecting, 409.
-, -, marriage proposed for, 412.
-, -, King Ferdinand's opinion respecting the marriage of, 416.
-, -, reported marriage of, 419.
-, -, impatience of Henry VII. respecting his marriage with, 427, 435.
-, -, advantages to Ferdinand in the marriage of Henry VII. with, 438.
-, -, feelings of Henry VII. towards, 440.
-, -, strange conduct of, 453.
-, -, state of, 459.
-, -, abdication of, 464.
-, -, ready to renounce all claims on dower of Princess Katharine, ii. 5.
-, -, her power sent to Membrilla to ratify the renunciation, 8, 16.
-, -, powers sent to Membrilla to ratify certain treaties in the name of, 10.
-, -, enjoys good health, 15.
-, -, sends congratulations on his marriage to King Henry VIII., 21.
-, -, message from King Henry respecting the health of his Queen to, 24.
-, -, means to be adopted for securing the states of, 26.
-, -, promises made by King Ferdinand in the name of, 31.
-, -, moneys to be paid in the name of, 32.
-, -, treaties concluded with King Henry in the name of, 33, 36.
-, -, swears to the treaty with Maximilian, Henry VIII., and others, 161.
-, -, treaty against France concluded in the name of, 162.
-, -, her states endangered by France, 167.
-, power to renew treaties with England given in the name of, 254.
-, -, powers given by, and her son Charles, King of Spain, to conclude treaty with Maximilian and Henry VIII., 286.
-, island of, i. 44, 46.
Jubilee, ii. 64, 72.
Julius II., Pope, see Pope.
-, -, letter from Henry VII. to, i. 414.
-, -, letters to Henry VII. from, 418, 422.
-, -, included in treaty, ii. 34.
Justice, revenue in Scotland from the administration of, i. 171.