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'Index: A', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8: January-July 1535 (1885), pp. 481-484. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75546 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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Numbers without a letter prefixed refer to the ordinary text of the Calendar; and one or more numbers with "g." prefixed refer to the Grants. All numbers refer to the entries except where "p." or "pp." is prefixed.

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Aalborg (Alborch), in Denmark, p. 469 n.

Aalborg or Alburg, (Burglauen'), Stigon Krumpen, bp. of, 522.

Aarhuus (Arhusien), in Denmark, Avon Bilde, bp. of, 522.

Abbeville, letter dated at, 837 (2).

Abbottesbury (Dorset), mon. of, g. 149 (14).

-, abbots of, see Roddon, Roger; Portesham, John.

Abell, Dr. Thomas, in the Tower, 1001 (1, 3); his book on the divorce, 859 (pp. 333, 336), 1125.

Aberbrothock Monastery (now Arbroath), 647.

-, abbot of, see Betoun, David.

Aberdeen, William [Stewart], bp. of, 144 (p. 45), 290, 332, 734, 1009, 1062, 1136.

-, -, letters from, 332, 734, 1009.

Abergavenny, Wales, 366:—g. 632 (36), 1158 (11, 17, 19).

Abergavenny (Bergevenny, Burgavenny, Burgayne), George Nevill lord (died 1535), 142, 174 (p. 61), 386, 388, 422, 587, 825, 960, 1087:—g. 1158 (11, 14, 17, 19).

-, -, letter from, 142.

-, -, petition from, 825.

Abergrach (Abreverac?), in Brittany, 281.

Abingdon (Abendon), 408, 824, 989.

-, letters dated at, 401, 824, 971.

Abingdon, Thomas [Pentecost or Rowland], abbot of, 401, 408, 824, 971, 1022 (abbot).

-, -, letters from, 401, 824, 971.

Abreverac (?), see Abergrach.

Abrowyler, John, g. 291 (58).

Absolome, John, 888 (2).

Abynton, Ric., g. 149 (80).

Acheley, Roger, 208.

Aclande, Mr., 658.

-, Mrs., 658.

Acrell, Ric., g. 481 (20).

Acton, Glouc, 989.

Acton, Mr., 208.

-, Rob., g. 149 (61).

Adam or Adames, Dr. See Pacæus, OthoAdam.

Adams, —, his bill, 283:— App. 1179 (p. 476).

Addington (Adyngton), Thos., skinner, 478, 653, 937.

Addison (Adeson, Adyson), Dr. John, Fisher's chaplain, 856 (6), 859 (p. 336).

Aderyngton. See Atherington.

Adeson. See Addison.

Administration, letters of, 841.

Admiral of France. See Brion, sieur de.

Adrington. See Atherington.

Adyngton. See Addison.

Adyson. See Addison.

Aepinus, Dr. John, "the Hamburg doctor," 121.

Africa (Affryca, Affryke), 233, 459, 498, 511, 672, 806–7, 874–5, 1104, 1121, 1145, 1155.

Agarde, Thos., 653, 716, 755.

-, -, letters from, 716, 755.

Aggershus, in Denmark, App. 1178 (p. 469 n.)

Aglionby (Eglionby), —, 222.

Agmondesham Wooderew, Bucke, g.962(9)

Agram. See Zagrab.

Agrippa, Cornelius, 859 (pp. 333, 336).

Aire (Arye, Eyre), in Artois, 279, 356.

Aire, Edw., g. 149 (48).

Akinheide (Akynhed), James, 116, 1153 ii., 1154 (2).

Akworth, Geo., g. 149 (54).

Alarcon, —, the Spaniard, 1053.

Albany, John Stuart, duke of, Comte de Boulogne, de la Marche et d' Anvergne, 116, 144, 212, 502, 650, 1060, 1135, 1137, 1154.

-, -, letter to, 212.

-, -, his secretary. See Canivet, Nich.

-, -, his brother the cardinal. See Chambre, Ph. de la.

Alborch. See Aalborg.

Alburg. See Aalborg.

Alcannings (Alkannynges), Wilts., prebend of, 722.

Alchurch, Worc., g. 902 (7).

Aldingbourne, Suss., letters dated at, 680, 835–6.

Aldridge (Aldryge), Dr., Robt., King's chap lain, 828, 867.

Aldrington, near Portslade, Sussex, 289.

Aldyngbourne. See Aldingbourne.

Alemania. See Germany.

Alen, John, abp. of Dublin. See Allen.

Alen (Aleyn), Sir John, privy councillor and alderman, 129, 478:—g. 149 (41, 42).

Alen (Alleyne, Allen), John, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, 82, 226, 448, 695, 755, 880, 914, 958, 1077, 1124:—App. 1179 (p. 477):—g. 962 (12).

-, -, letters from, 226, 1124.

-, -, letter to, 914.

-, -, signature of, 448, 695.

Alen, Ric., 308.

-, Thomas, of Rayleigh, 169.

Alençon, chancellor of. See Brinon, John.

Aleppo, 459.

Alesius, Alexander, 507, 636.

Aleyn. See Alen.

Aleyn, John, 169.

-, Joone, 988.

Alford, Thos., signer in Chancery, g. 481 (9).

Algiers (Alger), 233, 905.

Alington, Sir Giles, g. 149 (57).

Alkannynges. See Alcannings.

Alleberecq, Thos., 281.

Allen, John, abp. of Dublin (murdered 1534), 226, 257, 728, 729 ("My Lord"), 746, 934.

Allen (Alleyne), Ralph, of London, 478.

Allesley, Warw., g. 1158 (14).

Allington, Kent, g. 633 (2).

Almabegi, a Persian officer, 1120.

Almains. See Germans.

Almer, Wm., g. 291 (9).

Almoner, Mr. See Foxe, Edward.

Alresford (Alsford), Hants, 989.

Alsace (Alsatia), 831, 996 (5).

-, regent of the king of the Romans in Upper Alsace, 996 (5).

Alsford. See Alresford.

Alston (Alaston, Aleston), Worc., 1048.

Alswyke, Herts., g. 481 (13).

Altam, Edw., 478.

Althorne, Essex, 1047.

Alton, Hants, 989.

Alvard (Alvorde), Thos., gentleman usher of the Chamber, spigurnel, 44.

Alveley, Essex., g. 291 (1).

Alveston, Wilts, g. 632 (5).

Alvorde. See Alvard.

Alyne, Wm., g. 632 (5).

Ambassadors in England:—of Charles V. See Chapuys, Eustace. of France, 121, 147, 747, 1061 n.

-, his maltre d'hotel, 121.

-, his house, 856 (43), 1018. See Morette, sieur de (— 1535); also Castelnau, A. de.

from Lubeck (doctors or secretaries), 121, 189 (p. 67), 475, 666, 750 (pp. 282–3), 826 (p. 315), 827, 856 (32), 1172.

Scotch, 48 (p. 15), 429 (p. 167). See also Kinloss, abbot of.

Venetian. See Capello, Carlo.

Ambrogio (Ambrosio), Signor, Papal secretary, (Ambrosius de Recalcatis,) letters to, 282, 380, 396, 399, 465, 471, 500, 537, 548, 555, 726, 753, 837, 846, 891, 909, 985, 1060, 1076, 1104, 1141.

Ambrose, Ric., g. 291 (7), 962 (20), 1158 (22).

Amiens, 669, 709, 985, 1113.

-, letters dated at, 846, 891, 896, 909–10.

-, altar of St. John at, 1113.

Ampthill, App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, letters dated at, 278, 283, 305, 805.

Amsterdam, 982.

Anabaptists, the, 197–8, 475, 826 (p. 317), 846, 856 (3), 982 ("people of Mynster"), 1012.

-, their chief baptiser, a smith, 198.

Ancona, 713 (p. 268), 874.

-, vice legate of, 713 (qu. card. de Medicis?).

Andalusia (Andolusia, Andalozia), 744, 752, 1051.

Andelot, —d', letter from, 177.

Andrew, friar, of Genoa, letter from, 41.

Andrew, servant to Ant. Bonvisi, 856 (27, 43, 48 ?).

Andrewes (Androse, Androys), Ric., 408 (3), 689, 980, 1022:—g. 149 (77).

-, -, letters from, 408 (3), 689.

-, -, his wife, 689.

Andwarp. See Antwerp.

Andylby, —, 798.

Anglesea, 127, 564:—g. 149 (32).

Angoulême, (Anguellan, Angollame), Charles duke of, 3rd son of Francis I.

-, his proposed marriage with the princess Mary, 8, 18, 19, 38, 48 (p. 15), 140, 174, 182, 189 (p. 69), 355, (p. 143):—App. 1179 (p. 474).

-, -, with the Infanta of Portugal, 355 (p. 143).

-, -, with the Princess Elizabeth ("marriage with England") &c., 339, 342–4, 380, 399, 475, 501, 537, 548, 555, 557, 666 (p. 253), 746, 786, 793, 837 (p. 321), 846, 891, 909–10, 1044, 1052.

Angoulême, Margaret of. See Margaret.

Anguellan. See Angoulême.

Anguillar [V. Ursino], count of, 713.

Angus, Archibald Douglas earl of, 144, 429 (p. 167), 827, 888 ii.

-, -, his uncle and brother. See under Douglas.

Annates, 140, 174 (p. 59).

Anne, queen. See Boleyn, Anne.

Anne, John, g. 1158 (9).

Annysley. See Ansley.

Anorthe, Miles, 929.

Ansley (Annysley), Warw., 180.

Ansley, Robt., bailiff of Newport Pagnell, 278.

Antoin, John, alias Ant. Noel, 281.

Antonius, Dr. ("Anto. Angl."). See Barnes, Robt.

Antony, John, 28, 96, 732, 888 ii.:—g. 291 (60).

Antwerp (Andwarp), 198, 263 (p. 103), 1012, 1109, 1123:—g. 291 (39), 481 (11), 962 (15).

-, letters dated at, 392, 652, 982, 1071–2, 1151.

Aplyard. See Appleyard.

Apocalypse, burlesque of the, 949.

Apostolic Chamber, the.

-, auditor of. See Ghinucci, J.

-, auditors of, letter to, 648.

Apparel, Statute of, 217 (p. 84).

Appenryth, Griffith, of Calais, 368, 884.

-, -, signature of, 368.

Appleby, Castle of, 1046.

Appleyard (Aplyard), John, 478.

Appowell, Thos., 419.

Apprice, Thos., g. 149 (60).

-, Will., g. 149 (81).

Appryse or Aprice, Ap Ryce, &c. See Rice, ap.

Appylbye, John, 1008.

Arabs, 233.

Aragon. See Arragon.

Arches, Court of, 217 (p. 83), 359.

Arches, dean of, 120, 466, 955.

Arde, bailly of, 931.

Ardeley, Essex, g. 481 (6).

Ardern, Thos., g. 149 (62).

-, Wm., letter from, 769.

Ardmanno, lordship of, in Scotland, 1153 ii.

Arenys, in the Emperor's dominions, g. 802 (15).

Arhusien. See Aarhuus.

Arkylgarthdale, Yorks., 291 (6).

Armagh, Geo. Cromer, abp. of (Chancellor of Ireland, 1532–4), 621.

Armestrong, Clement. See Urmestrong, C.

Armew. See Armuyden.

Armstrong, Ant., 310.

Armuyden (Armewe), in Flanders, 162.

Arnold, —, executor of Walter Rowdon, 924.

-, James, 950.

-, John, 599:—g. 149 (37, 66).

Arragon (Aragon), 744, 901.

Arragon, king and queen of, i.e., Ferdinand and Isabella, q. v.

Arragonese waiting woman, an (in the princess Mary's service), 353, 423.

Arran, James earl of, father of the present earl, 144.

Arran, earl of, 144.

Arras, 356.

Arras ("Arrasia"), diocese of, native of, g. 481 (20).

Arthur, Prince, eider brother of Henry VIII., 859 (pp. 335–6).

Arthur, friar, of Canterbury, 480.

Artois, 173 (see Errata), 345:—g. 1158 (1).

Arundel, Wm. Fitz-Alan, earl of 587, 609:—g. 802 (10, 11).

Arundel, Charles, letter from, 324.

-, (Arundle), John, 872, 979:—g. 149 (15).

-, (Arrondel), John, of Trerice, 1157.

-, Sir John, g. 1158 (4).

-, (Arundell), Roger, g. 149 (15).

-, (Arundle), Sir Thos., 359, 534, 558, 736, 872:—g. 149 (59), 481 (13), 1158 (4).

-, -, letters from, 558, 736.

-, -, letter to, 534.

-, -, his father, 359.

-, Thomas, 979.

Arye (Aire?), 279.

Aryngden Park, Yorke, g. 1158 (16).

Ascher. See Esher.

Ascheton, Chr., letter from, 738.

Ascue (Askewe), Sir Chr., alderman (late mayor) of London, 477–8.

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (44).

Ashby (Assheby), Robt., 1000.

-, Wm., 129:—g. 149 (41, 45), 291 (55).

Ashe (Asshe), Edw., letter from, 61.

Ashford College, Kent, master of (Ric. Parkehurst?), 567.

Ashington (Ashinden), Nthld., 1030 (3).

Ashley (Assheley), Hen., g. 149 (59).

Ashreigney (Asshreyny, Aische Reigny), alias Ringsash (Ryngisishe), Devon, 102, 658

Ashton (Lanc.), letter dated at, 1008.

Ashton (Assheton), John, 129:—g. 149 (41), 291 (41).

-, (Asheton), Ric., g. 149 (63).

Askerton, Cumb., 310.

Askewe. See Ascue.

Aspeden, Herts., g. 481 (13).

Assh. See Ash.

Assheowe, Roger, g. 149 (63).

Astelyn, Gerard, g. 1158 (34).

Asti (Ast, Aste), county of, in Piedmont, 174 (p. 59), 339 (2).

Aston, Sir Edw., 619.

Athelney, abbot of, 169.

Atherington (Adrington, Aderyngton) Devon, 678.

-, parson of, 109.

Athey (Athie), in Ireland, 226, 880 (4).

Atkynson, John, alias Brotton, 1024.

Attfelld, Mr., 386 (2).

Attorney-General (Mr. Attorney). See Hales, Chr.

Atwick (Attwyke) manor, Yorks., 868.

Aubigny (Obenze, Obiynuze) lord d', 1154.

Auchy le Casteau, letter dated at, 1076.

Auckland (Aukeland), Durham, letters dated at, 126, 1082.

Audelett, John, of Abingdon, 401, 408, 824, 1022.

-, -, letter from, 408.

-, Katharine, wife of John, letter from, 1022.

Audeley, Staff., 655, 781.

Audeley, John Touchet, lord, 408, 691, 851:—g. 149 (33).

-, -, letter from, 691.

-, -, his place, 851.

Audeley (Audley), Sir Thomas, lord Chancellor, 1, 45, 52, 129 (4), 147, 176–7, 211, 231, 262, 264, 327, 334, 362, 410, 422, 434, 453 (2), 457, 478, 502, 516, 519, 531, 541, 590 (p. 223), 591, 609 i., 655, 661, 663, 666 (p. 251), 741, 814–5, 856 (21), 886 i., 935, 974 i., vj., 996, 1014, 1026, 1036, 1042, 1063, 1078, 1134:—App. 1179 (p. 475):—g. 149 (36), 291 (17), 481 (13), 802 (5), 962 (26), referred to as "my lord Broad Seal" (keeper of the Great Seal, 1532), 865 (p. 338).

-, -, letters from. 262, 519, 741, 1036, 1134.

-, -, commission to, 1026.

-, -, his house in London, 478.

Audeley (Awdeley), George, 655, 781:—g. 149 (75).

-, -, letters from, 655, 781.

-, -, his father, 655.

-, Hen., g. 149 (49).

Augsburg, letter dated at, 177.

Augustine Friars, provincial of. See Brown, George.

Augustine (Austin), friar, an, 968.

Augustine [de Augustinis?], Mr., 1034.

Augustyn or Austen, Friar Robert, 624.

Aukeland. See Auckland.

Aumalle, comte d', 185.

Auns, Eliz. or Isabella, g. 634 (6).

Aurea, Stella. See Guldenstern.

Austen, Nich. See Rewley, abbot of.

Austen or Augustyn, Robt., friar, 624.

Austen and Gregory, story of, 560.

Austin friar, an, 968.

Austria, archduchy of, 831.

Avebury, Wilts., g. 632 (35).

Averell, Harry, 478.

Averey, Thos., g. 962 (22).

Averye, John, g. 291 (27).

Awdeley. See Audeley.

Awgur, John, 706–8.

Awnsam, —, 567.

-, -, his wife, 567.

Axholme Charterhouse, prior of. See Webster, Augustine.

-, Robt. prior of, 611.

Aylesbury, Bucks, 278, 305:—g. 149 (34).

Aylmer (Elmer), Alex., an agent of lord Lisle, 574, 765, 919.

-, (Eylmer), Gerald, chief baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, 448–9, 695, 755–6, 881, 914, 958, 1077, 1124:—g. 962 (12).

-, -, letter from, 1124.

-, -, letter to, 914.

-, -, signature of, 448, 695.

-, John, B.D., 710.

-, Sir Laurence, 208.

-, (Ellmer), Will., 888 (2).



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