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'Index: M, N, O', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8: January-July 1535 (1885), pp. 533-541. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75553 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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MacAlpine, John, 767 n.

Macedonian, the. See Hesse, Ph., landgrave of.

Mâcon, Charles de Hémard, bishop of, French ambassador at Rome, 554, 779, 812.

-, -, letters from, 779, 812.

-, -, letter to, 554.

Madrid, 9, 143, 272 (p. 112), 429, 697 (2), 785.

-, letters dated at, 8, 18, 19, 37, 99, 182, 271–3, 286, 890.

Madrid, Treaty of (1526), 99.

Madyson, Sir Edw., g. 149 (44).

Magdalen, eldest daughter of Francis I., afterwards (1536) married James V., 116, 185, 189 (p. 70), 380, 399 ("French Princess"), 502 ("wife promised him"), 817.

Magdalen, Lawfer. See Laver-Magdalen.

Magnus, Thos., archd. of the E. Riding, 463, 620, 754, 869, 888 ii., 968, 969:—g. 149 (72).

-, -, letter from, 968.

-, -, signature of, 754.

Maidstone, 386, 388, 393–4, 758.

Mainstone, Salop, g. 802 (18).

Maior. See Meyer.

Maison Dieu. See under Dover.

Makell alias Makyn, Will., g. 481 (4).

Makworth, Geo., g. 149 (51).

Malaga, 744, 905.

Malden, 323.

Maldon water, Essex, 1047.

Malery. See Malorie.

Malett, Hugh, g. 149 (79).

Maleverer, Robt., g. 962 (4).

Mallarde, Thos. or John, 406–7.

Mallett, Jas., precentor of Lincoln, 312.

Malling or West Malling, 349.

-, letter dated at, 230, 249.

-, Eliz. Rede, abbess of, 147, 230, 249, 275, 349, 888 (2): — App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, -, letters from, 230, 249.

-, stewardship of, 230, 275, 349.

Malmeshillacy. See Mansell Lacy.

Malmoe, in Scania (now in Sweden), called "Elbow" by the English and "Ellenbogen" by the Dutch, 913, 1110.

Malorye, Anth., g. 149 (38).

-, (Malery), Sir Robt., 1030.

-, (Malery), Sir Wm., g. 634 (8).

Malt, John, 478, 937.

Malta, letters dated at, 459, 499, 546–7.

Malton, Yorksh., 457.

Malvil, James, 469.

Malyverey, Sir Will., g. 149 (72).

Man, Henry, proctor of Shene, 959.

-, Thos., 477, 603.

Manby, —, 331.

Manchester, 193.

Manfild. See Maunsell.

Manfyld, John, 574,

-, -, his widow, 574.

Mangap, 865 (p. 339).

Manne, Peter, g. 802 (8).

Manning, Ralph, 22 (2, See Errata).

Manorial accounts, 474.

Mansell (Manxel, Mawnxell), Sir Rice, 222, 382, 485, 755, 881.

-, -, letter from, 485.

Mansell Lacy (Maunsell Lacy or Malmeshillacy), Heref., g. 291 (62), 632 (2).

Mansfeld. See Maunsell.

Mantua, 556 (p. 210), 875.

Mantua, Frederic Gonzaga, duke of, 33 (2), 542.

-, -, his brother Ferrante. See Gonzaga, Ferrante.

-, -, his brother the abp. of Milan, 806–7.

Manyng, John, 157.

Manxel. See Mansell.

Maplestead, vicar of See Hybbis, Wm.

Mara and Mondrom, forest of, 22 (2 ii., see Errata).

Marbere, Mr., letter to, 387.

Marcator, Michiel, 845.

March beer, a tun of, 486.

March, earldom of, g. 291 (46, 47).

March, earldom of, in Scotland, 711.

Marchem, Hen., 888 (2).

Marches. See under Scotland and Wales.

Mares, Julian, g. 802 (32).

Margaret of Angoulême, queen of Navarre, duchess dowager of Alençon, sister of Francis I., 33, 174 (p. 60).

-, -, Mr. Gerarde, her chaplain, 33.

Margaret, Queen of James III. of Scotland, sister of Frederic I. of Denmark, App. 1160, 1172 n.

Margaret, queen dowager of Scotland, sister of Henry VIII., letter from, 711.

Margery, Mrs., 1028.

Margetson, John, 208.

Marianus, Marc. Ant., 474.

Mark, Michael, g. 291 (52).

Marke, near Calais, 45, 794.

-, brewers of, 794.

Marke and Oye, profits of, 252.

-, toll of, 45, 65, 118, 178, 231.

Markes, my lady (qu. Dorset?), 865 (p. 340).

Market Street (Merkyate), Beds, letter dated at, 321.

-, prioress and convent of, 321.

Markham (Markeham), Sir John, 560, 583, 692:—g. 149 (47).

-, -, letters from, 560, 692.

-, -, letter to, 583.

Markyll, Glouc., 584.

Marlewod, 1040.

Marlow, Great, Bucks, g. 149 (34).

Marlow, Little, late prioress of. See Vernon, Marg.

Marres, Margery, letter from, 205.

Marseilles, 48 (p. 17), 174 (p. 60), 429, 498, 751, 905.

Marshal [of Calais], Mr. See Grenville, Sir Ric.

Marshall, manor of, 574.

Marshall, —, 13.

-, —, 268.

-, dan Robert, of Shene, letter from, 959.

-, Wm., 600.

-, dan Richard, of Mountgrace, 1038.

-, Thos., 169, 790.

Marshe (Mersche), Walter, governor of the Merchant Adventurers, 982, 1123.

-, -, letter from, 982.

Marsilius, 1156.

Marsyngberd, Sir Oswald, 459, 499.

Marten or Martyn, Boniface, g. 149 (44, 51).

Marten, Edw., g. 632 (30).

-, John, g. 149 (31).

-, (Marteyn), Thos., 1140.

Martindale, Westmld., 1046.

Martinellis diarium, 787.

Marton (Marten), Yorksh., priory, 322.

-, prior of, 322.

Marten. See Merton, Surrey.

Martyn, the Queen's cook, letter from, 1007.

Martynson, Simon, g. 291 (58).

Marvyn, Mr., 574, 1002, 1089.

Marwel letter dated at, 654.

Mary, the princess, daughter of Katharine of Arragon (called officially the Lady Mary, and by the Imperialists "the Princess"), 1, 8, 18, 19, 37–8, 48 (pp. 14, 15, 17), 140, 143, 174, 182, 189 (pp. 66, 68–9, 71–4), 200, 263 (pp. 100–1, 104–5), 270–3, 286, 327, 353, 355, 423, 429 (p. 165), 430–1, 433, 440, 501–2, 514, 556, 590, 629, 666 (p. 251–3), 688, 697, 725, 746, 750 ("the good ladies"), 780, 786, 826, 876, 904, 948 (pp. 370, 372–3), 985 (p. 390), 1019, 1105–6, 1115:—App. 1160, 1179 (p. 474? "the King's daughter").

-, -, her proposed marriage with Angoulème, 8, 18, 19, 38, 48 (p. 15), 140, 182, 189 (pp. 69, 70, 72), 271, 286.

-, -, her proposed marriage with the Dauphin, 37, 143, 501.

-, -, projected escape from England, 189 (p. 74), 1106.

-, -, her gouvernante. See Shelton, lady Anne.

-, -, Arragonese waiting woman of, 353, 423. See also Jeromyne.

Mary, queen dowager of Hungary, sister of Charles V., Regent of Flanders, 48 (p. 17), 121, 158, 174, 189, 197–8, 263 (p. 103), 272 (p. 109), 482, 826 (p. 317), 1019, 1071, 1151.

-, -, letter to, 482.

Mary, Infauta of Spain, daughter of Charles V., 18, 19, 143, 174 (p. 59), 189 (pp. 69, 70):—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Mary Infanta of Portugal, daughter of John III., afterwards wife of Philip II., 286, 355 (p. 143), 429 (p. 167), 502:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Mary, daughter of Emmanuel, king of Portugal, and Eĺeanor, afterwards queen of Francis L, 165.

Mary of Bourbon, daughter of the duke of Vendôme, 116, 817, 985 (p. 390), 1062, 1135–7.

Maryna, Anton de, 422.

Mase, Adrian, g, 481 (19).

Mason, Giles, g. 291 (54).

-, John, 971:—g. 632 (33).

-, Roger, 509 ii.

Masseke (Masseyck), g. 291 (39).

Massingbeard, Chr., chancellor of Lincoln, 312, 769.

-, (Massyngberd), John, of Calais, 368, 884.

-, -, signature of, 368.

Massy, Mr., of Podyngton, 496.

Mathewe, Geo., g. 149 (69).

-, Morgan, g. 149 (69).

Mathu, Sir John, 406.

Matson, Mr., 1048.

Matthew, Peter, g. 802 (15).

Matthias, a claimant of the duchy of Camerino, 233.

Matthio, —, 542.

Maunsell (Mansfeld, Manfild), William, 313, 320, 515:—App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, -, letters from, 320, 515.

Maunsell Lacy. See Mansell Lacy.

Maunxell. See Mansell.

Mauro. See More.

Mavby, Thos., 1047.

May, —, 687.

-, Robt., 1083.

Mayds, Wm., Ll.D., 287 n.

Maye, Rob., grocer, 612 iv.

Mayence, Albert of Brandenburg, cardinal elector of, 831.

Maynooth (Mynouth, Menoth, Moynoth, &c.), in Ireland, 82, 222, 226, 376, 382, 397, 448–9, 485, 487, 556 n., 755, 881, 885, 973.

-, letters dated at, 448, 485, 621, 695, 885.

-, castle of, 448–9, 556 n.

-, siege of, 382, 397, 448–9, 485, 487, 556 n., 881.

Maynwaryng, Ric., g. 149 (76).

Mayo, Thos., 1048, ii., vii.

Mayowe, Rob., 141.

Mayre. See Meyer.

McArt, Cahir, 881.

McCarthries, the, 881.

McDonyll, Gyllaspike, 973.

McMorrowe (McMorgho), the, 881.

McWilliam of Clanricard, 60.

McWilliam, the old, his sons, 881.

McWilliam, the, 881.

Meath (Mith), Edward Staples, bp. of, 382:—g. 962 (12).

Meath, dean of, 449 (p. 176).

Meath, West. See Westmeath.

Mechlin (Mekelyn), Flanders, 162, 1071.

Mecklenburg, Albert duke of, 717, 826 (p. 315), 1065, 1162, 1164–5, 1170–1, 1174, 1176.

-, -, letters from, 1162, 1165, 1170–1.

-, -, letter to, 1164, 1174.

-, -, envoy from, 826 (p. 315).

Mecklenburg, Henry duke of, App. 1160.

Medain, the Licenciate, 431–2.

-, -, letter to, 432.

Medicis, Alexander de, duke of Florence, 145.

Medicis, Hippolytus de, cardinal, 713 (? "Vice-legate").

Medicis, Katharine de, duchess of Urbino, niece of Clement VII., married (1533) Henry duke of Orleans, 37.

Medina Celi, 439.

Medley, —, son of the marchioness of Dorset, 188.

Megges (Megge) Thos., 367, 528, 1088:—g. 149 (38, 57).

-, -, letter from, 367, 528, 1088.

-, -, his sons, 367.

-, -, his wife, 1088.

Megrisoli, Cosmo de, 899.

Meior. See Meyer.

Mekelyn. See Mechlin.

Mela. See Melen.

Melancthon (Melancton), Philip, 36, 375, 384, 406, 630, 636, 1061–2, 1075.

-, -, letters from, 36, 375; 384, 630, 636.

-, -, his Apologia and Loci Communcs, 375, 630.

Melen (Mellent, Mela), Bernard von, (Bernnt van, Herr Berne Fron vander Mellent, &c.), 750 (p. 282):—App. 1164—5, 1171, 1174.

-, -, letter from, 1174.

Mell, Leonard, 663, 1002, 1027–8.

Mellent. See Melen.

Melling in Lonsdale, Lanc., 1108.

Melrose Abbey, App. p. 468.

Melton, Yorks., g. 962 (17).

Mellussey, in Ireland, 82.

Melphi, prince of. See Doria, Andrea.

Melsom, Robert, 11.

Memstan, Persian officer, 1120.

Men, Herman, g. 481 (10).

Mendicant Orders, 121 (p. 38).

Menell, Rob., g. 149 (65, 72).

Menoth. See Maynooth.

Menstok, 357.

Menus Plaisirs, treasurer des, 185.

Merchant Adventurers, Walter Marshe, governor of, 1123.

Mercurio (qu. Caracciolo?) cardinal (1535), Milanese, 786.

Mere, John, abbot of Sherborne, 693, 852:—g. 802 (12, 27), 962 (14).

Meredith, Thos. Wyn' ap, g. 149 (66).

-, John Wyn' appg. 149 (67).

Mereman, Wm., letter from, 1007.

Merepleshe, 169.

Merevale Abbey (Meryvale, Myryvall, or Merivale), Warw., 74 (2), 980.

-, abbot of, 351:—App. 1179 (p. 476).

Mereworth (Meryworth), Kent, letters dated at, 365–6, 539.

Merioneth, N. Wales, g. 149 (32).

Merlin (Marlyon), prophecies of, 565 (2 iii.), 567.

Mersche. See Marshe.

Merston, Ralph, g. 149 (3).

Merton in Holderness, 499.

Merton (Marten), Surrey, prior of, 345.

Merven or Mervyn. See Marvyn.

Meryng, John, letter from, 124.

Meryworth. See Mereworth.

Mesande, Geo., 1046.

Messing, Essex, g. 632 (29).

Metcalf, Dr., 888 (2).

-, Sir James, g. 149 (72).

-, (Metkalff), John, 696:—g. 149 (65, 68, 72, 73).

-, -, letter from, 696.

-, Roger, g. 149 (82).

Methley, Barth., letter from, 929.

Metkalff. See Metcalf.

Metz, 831.

Meverell, —, 11.

-, Arthur, subprior, of Tutbury, 11, 56, 682 (? "your kinsman").

Mewrs, Boniface, g. 291 (39).

Mewtes, Peter, 147.

Meyer (Meyers, Mayre, Meior, Maicr), Marcus, "the captain of Lubeck," 948 (p. 373), 1061, 1077. 1110:—App. 1178 (p. 463).

-, -, brother of, 948 (p. 373).

Meynell, Robt., signature of, 696.

Meyns, Jane, matron of the Lantern gate hospital at Calais, 458 (sig.)

Meyre, Will., 311.

Meyrycke (Meyryk), Wm., 1048 i., ii., iii.

Michelham, letter dated at, 662.

-, Thos., prior of, 467, 662.

-, -, letter from, 662.

Michell, Chr., priest, 990, 1011, 1020.

-, John, g. 149 (81).

Michelney (Muchelney), abbot of, 169.

Middleburgh, in Holland, 162.

Middleburgh, marquis of, letter to, 631.

Middleham (Mydlam), Yorks., 1025: —g. 291 (6), 481 (16).

-, letters dated at, 1033, 1069.

-, castle of, constable of, 1025.

Middleham (Myddelham), deanery of, g. 149 (23).

Middlemore, Humph., Carthusian, 886, 895.

Middlesex, g. 149 (41):—sheriff of, 886, 974.

Middleton, Ambrose, g. 149 (82).

-, Geoff., g. 149 (82).

-, (Mydleton), Thos., 1013:—g. 962 (4).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (72).

Milan, city of, 145, 185, 556 (p. 210).

Milan, abp. of, brother of the duke of Mantua, 806–7.

Milan (Mediolanum), Duchy of, 8, 19, 174 (pp. 59, 60), 189 (pp. 67, 70, 72), 233, 339 (2), 471, 629, 666 (p. 252), 826 (pp. 313, 316).

Milan, Francis-Maria Sforza duke of, 33 (2), 132, 185, 189 (p. 70).

Milanese cardinal (Mercurio), 786. See Caracciolo, Marinus.

Milborne, John, 478.

Mildemay, Thos., g. 149 (42, 55).

Mill, Wm., g. 1158 (31).

Miller, John, g. 291 (35).

-, Thos., 118.

Mills (Myllys), John, recorder of Southampton, 879: —g. 149 (77).

Minival, in France, letter dated at, 753.

Minskep (Mynskipe), Yorks., 492.

Mires, John, 1030 (2).

Miretwate, 1029.

Misrule, the lord of, 865 (p. 339).

Missenden (Myssenden), 989.

Missenden, Anth., g. 149 (44), 962 (28).

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

Mistley, Essex, 625.

-, rector of. See Vaughan, Hugh.

Mith. See Meath.

Mody, Thos., priest, 565 (2 ii.).

Molton, South, Devon, g. 632 (12).

Molyno, Jeremy, g. 481 (22).

"Molywarppe", the (i.e., the mole), the King called, 565 (2 iii.).

Mompesson, Edm., g. 149 (60).

Monasteries, jewels of, 475.

-, visitation of, commission for, 73–6.

Mondrom, forest of Mara and, 22 (2 ii., see Errata).

Mondy or Mundy, Sir John, 478, 655, 781.

Monement, John, 146.

-, Wm., 146.

Monke, Agnes, g. 962 (2).

-, Thos., g. 962 (2).

Monmouth, prior of, 148 (2).

Monmouth, Humphrey, alderman of London, 478, 1179 (p. 477).

Monox, Geo., 478.

Monpesat (Monpesan), Ant. des Prez, sieur de, 263 (p. 104).

Monson, Mr., 298. See also Mounson.

Montaborinus, Christopher, commonly called Mount or Mont, a German in the King's service, 510, 1062, 1078, 1109, 1148:— App. 1174, 1178 (p. 467).

Montague (Mortagyw, Mountague, Montygu), Sir Henry Pole, lobd, 263 (pp. 103–4), 573, 609 i., 785, 960, 974 i., 1002–3 (here called Mountejoye erroneously), 1027–8, 1074, 1084:—g. 802 (10, 11).

-, -, letter from, 960.

Montague (Mountague), —, 1134.

-, Edw., serjeant-at-law, g. 149 (46), 291 (43), 962 (30).

Montanus, Philippus, letter to, 1096.

Montbelliard, in France, 48.

Monte, the, 205.

Monteagle, Thomas Stanley lord, 984, 1008, 1029, 1030 (2), 1046, 1108.

-, -, letters from, 984, 1046, 1108.

-, -, servants of, 1029, 1030 (2).

Monteleone, duke of. See Sicily, viceroy of.

Monte Valore, John de, g. 1158 (30).

Montiviglier, letter dated at, 537.

Montgomery, letter dated at, 509 ii.

- castle, 509 ii.

Montmorency, Anne de, count Beaumont, Grand Master of France, 71, 189 (p. 70), 263 (p. 104), 282, 380, 396, 399, 537, 548, 726, 792, 837, 855, 1114, 1139, 1141.

-, -, letter from, 1114.

-, -, letter to, 855, 1139.

Montygu, See Montague.

Moore. See More.

Mooreman, John, S. T. P., 311.

Moors (Morys), Moorish soldiers, 905, 1155.

Moptid, Thomas, 1047.

Moravia, 808, 831.

Moray, James earl of, 1136.

Mordaunte, Sir John, g. 149 (54).

More (Moore, Mauro, Mur, Morus), Sir Thomas, formerly Chancellor (beheaded 6 July 1535), 54, 265, 659, 666 (p. 251), 786, 800, 814–15, 856–8, 859 (p. 335), 867, 876, 886 (4), 892, 904, 921, 936, 938, 974–5, 985, 987–8, 996–7, 1001 (4), 1012, 1019, 1096, 1101, 1104–5, 1114, 1121 (p. 440), 1141, 1144:—g. 149 (16), 632 (13), 962 (10).

-, -, letters from, 54, 659, 815, 887–8.

-, -, his daughter Cecily (married Giles Heron), 988.

-, -, his daughter Eliz., d. of Sir Thos., wife of Wm. Daunce, g. 962 (10).

-, -, his daughter Margaret. See Roper, Marg.

More, lady Alice, wife of Sir Thomas, letter from, 800.

-, —, 958.

-, Alexander, App. 1178 (p. 469).

-, Chr., g. 149 (74).

-, Edm., jun., g. 291 (12).

-, Joan, 81.

-, John, g. 149 (52).

-, John, son of Sir Thomas, and his wife, 988.

-, Roger, 129:—g. 149 (41).

-, Thos., 929 (4).

-, Sir Thos., of Merepleshe, 169.

-, Sir Thos., of Dorsetshire, g. 149 (59).

Mores, Ant., 695.

Mores (Moryce, Morres), Chr., the King's master gunner, sent to Denmark, 189 (p. 73), 418, 510, 653, 913, 948 (p. 373), 1061, 1106.

-, -, letter from, 418.

-, -, expenses of, 913.

Mores (Morys), Elazeus or Elizeus ap, g. 149 (66, 67).

-, John, g. 149 (74).

-, (Morres), John, receiver of Sion, 592, 1125.

-, -, interrogatories for, 592 (2).

-, (Morreys), Sir Lionel, g. 149 (77).

Moreton. See Morton.

Morette (Moretta), Charles de Soliers, sieur de, French resident ambassador in England, 174 (pp. 58, 60–1), 189 (p. 73), 263 (p. 103), 327, 334, 342 ("Mr. Day Moret"), 346, 501–2, 556, 666 (p. 253), 826 (p. 313), 827, 876, 892, 896, 948 (pp. 371, 373), 998, 1018–19, 1104, 1114:—App. 1179 (p. 474):—g. 1158 (6).

-, -, his maître d'hotel, 263 (p. 103).

-, -, secretary of, 189 (p. 73).

Morgan, John, of Brecknock. g. 149 (71).

-, John, of Carlen, g. 149 (69).

-, Llewellin, g. 149 (71).

-, Phil.,g. 149 (71).

-, Thos., g. 149 (69).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (69).

Morganc, S. Wales, g. 149 (8, 9).

Moriany alias Mariany, Mark Antonio, g. 481 (12).

Morley, Sir Henry Parker, lord, 957 1061:—g. 802 (10, 11).

-, -, letter from, 957.

-, -, his son. See Parker, Sir Henry

Morley, Mr., 1029.

Morleywood (Morlewood), 1048 vii., ix.

Morres or Morreys. See Mores.

Mortagyw. See Montague.

Mortimer Park, 86.

Mortlake (Murtelack), letter dated at, 766, 810, 821, 834.

Morton or Moreton, Rowland, 503:—g. 149 (61).

-, -, letter from, 503.

-, Thos., g. 149 (75), 291 (55).

Moryce. See Mores.

Motley, —, 1084.

Moundeford, Francis, g. 149 (43).

Mounson, John, g. 149 (44). See also Monson.

Mounster. See Munster.

Mount, the, captain of, 359.

Mountague. See Montague.

Mounte or Moun. See Montaborinus.

Mountegle. See Monteagle.

Mountejoye. See Mountjoy.

Mountenakeu, Peter, g. 291 (58).

Mountford, Sim., g. 149 (62).

Mountgrace (the Mownte, Mowntegrace), Charterhouse of, 1033, 1038–9, 1069.

-, letter dated at, 457.

-, two monks of, 1069.

-, prior of, 963, 1011, 1038, 1069.

-, -, servants of, 1038.

Mountjoy, Chas. Blunt, lord, g. 802 (10, 11).

Mountjoye, Wm. Blount, lord (died 8 Nov. 1534), 69, 121, 587, 606:—g. 149 (21).

Mountjoy, lord, 1003 (apparently a mistake for Montague).

Moygne, Thos., g. 149 (44).

Moynoth. See Maynooth.

Muchelney. See Michelney.

Mumfurde, Mr., 865 (p. 339).

Munck, Ivaro, bp. of Ripen, 522.

-, Magnus, 522.

Mundy. See Mondy.

Munster (Mynster), in Germany, 198, 982, 1012.

Munster (Mounster), in Ireland, 58, 881.

Murray, Patrick, g. 632 (18).

Murtelack. See Mortlake.

Muryell, Thos., 1129.

Musgrave, Sir Edw., 1030 (2), 1046:—g, 149 (82).

-, -, servant of, 1046.

-, John, in Ireland, 222, 382, 449.

-, Thos., g. 632 (27).

-, Thos., jun., g. 149 (82).

Musting, John, g. 634 (3).

Mutton, Pierce, g. 632 (10).

Myconius, Fr., letter to, 620.

Myles, Michael, g. 291 (52).

Myll. See Mill.

Mynne or Mynnes, Mr., 367, 528.

Mynne or Myne, John, 971:—g. 149 (43), 291 (41).

Mynours, Sir Roger, g. 149 (48).

Mynouth. See Maynooth.

Mynskipe. See Minskep.

Mynster. See Munster.

Mynwth. See Maynooth.

Myrthe, Ric., letter to, 460.

Myryvall. See Merevale.

Myssenden. See Missenden.

Mytkell Wood, 1048, vii.

Myton (Yorksh.), letter dated at, 733, 811.

N.

Naas, the (Ireland), 382, 1124.

Nall, Hen., g. 632 (12).

Nantes, in Brittany, treasurer of, 185.

Nantwich (Nauntwich), Chesh., 1001.

Naples, kingdom of, 189 (p. 70), 542, 579, 697 (2), 806–7, 826 (p. 316), 875, 1035, 1053, 1121, 1155.

-, "a Irlle off." See Sarnia, count.

Naples, town of, 672, 713, 806–7, 1144 ij.

Naples, viceroy of (Peter de Toledo, marquis of Villa Franca), 1144.

Nase. See Naas.

Nassau (Nassowe), Henry count of, Marquis of Xanten (Zenete), 8, 18, 19, 38, 143, 158, 189 (p. 69), 271, 286, 439, 698.

-, -, letter to, 698.

-, -, his charge in France, 8, 18, 19, 38, 271, 286.

Nassau, Conrad (qu. Adolfus?) of, 831.

Nasse, the, on the Kentish coast, 911 (4).

Nasyngbury, 1142.

Nauntwich. See Nantwich.

Nauseglose, John, g. 149 (47).

Navan (the Novan), in Ireland, 382, 881.

Navarre, 744, 750 (p. 281).

Navarre, queen of. See Margaret of Angoulème.

Nedam, Mr., 1148.

-, Rob., g. 149 (76).

Nele. See under Calais.

Nele, John, g. 291 (39).

Nethersalle or Netherhall, —, 377–8.

Nethewood, Heref., g. 632 (2).

Netley (Letley, Letus Locus, Letteley), Hants., Abbey of, 74 (ii., 2).

-, (Notley), Thos., abbot of, g. 149 (33).

Netylstede, letter dated at, 570.

Neumarkt (Neuuenmarkt), in the Palatinate, letters dated at, 5, 139:—App. 1179 (p. 475).

Neustadt, 1052.

Nevers (Niver), in France, letter dated at, 212.

Nevill (Nevylle or Nevell), —, 13, 53.

-, Anth., g. 149 (45).

-, Sir Edw., 22:—g. 149 (40), 962 (1).

-, George. See Abergavenny, lord.

-, Henry, 825, 960:—g. 1158 (11, 14, 17, 19).

-, -, letter from, 960.

-, Sir John, 298:—App. 1179 (p. 476):—g. 149 (45).

-, -, letter from, 298.

-, Rob., g. 149 (47).

-, Sir Thomas, 249, 365–6, 539, 960:—g. 149 (40), 632 (34).

-, -, letters from, 365–6, 539, 960.

-, -, his daughter, 366, 539.

Newark, riot at, 582–3.

-, bp. of Lincoln's bailiff at. See Foster, Ant.

Newark. See Strood.

Newarke, Hen., g. 962 (4).

Newburghe prior of, 764.

Newbury, 841.

Newcastle upon Tyne, 457, 991, 1005, 1061, 1143:—g. 149 (73).

-, letter dated at, 1143.

-, castle of, 991.

-, comptrollership of, 1061.

-, mayor of, 1005:—g. 149 (73).

Newcastle Lions, in Ireland, 222, 382, 449.

Newenham, Sir Will., g. 149 (46).

Neweye, Jas., 1038.

Newdigate (Newdegate, Niudigat, Nudygate), Sebastian, Carthusian, 675, 886, 895. See also general heading Carthusians.

Newhalle, letter dated at, 315.

Newham, Devon, g. 802 (10).

Newham or Newenham Abbey, 74 (ii., 2).

Newington Green, Islington, g. 149 (31).

Newman, —, 77, 1023.

-, Wm., trumpet, letter from, 179.

Newnham, letter dated at, 643.

Newport, John, g. 149 (49).

-, Thos., g. 149 (76).

Newporte, Sir Thos., letter from, 504.

Newport Pagnell, bailiff of, 278.

New Testament. See under Bible.

-, translation of the, p. 334.

New Year's gifts, 14, 15.

Newton, —, 284.

Newton Garth, Yorks., hospital of, g. 149 (30).

Nicholson, James, g. 291 (58).

Niudigat. See Newdigate.

Niver. See Nevers.

Noddy (Nody), —, servant to Ant. Bonvisi, 856 (27, 40).

Noel, Antoine, 281.

Nolans, Geof., g. 291 (49).

Nores, —, 1028 (p. 406).

-, Will., 386 (2). See also Norris.

Norfolk, 1087:—g. 149 (3).

-, letter dated from, 1087.

Norfolk, Thomas Howard, 3rd duke of (1524–54), High Treasurer and Earl Marshal, 1, 48 (p. 16), 52, 69, 81 ii., 126, 168, 174 (pp. 58–9, 61), 189 (p. 72–3), 207, 263 (pp. 103–4), 334, 341–2, 389, 401, 420, 435, 464, 501–2, 516, 532, 541, 545, 548, 555, 591, 609 i., 665, 666 (p. 251), 673, 726, 732, 746, 751, 760, 793, 806, 823, 826 (pp. 313–14, 317), 827, 876 (p. 346), 909–10, 912, 915, 930, 938–9, 948 (p. 369), 974 i., 985 (p. 390), 996, 1002, 1017, 1042, 1044, 1062, 1083, 1092, 1102–3, 1104–5, 1143 (2), 1163:—g. 962 (30), 1158 (10).

-, -, letters from, 207, 532, 673, 1062.

-, -, letters to, 806, 1042, 1143 (2).

-, -, brother of. See Howard, lord William.

-, -, brother of, 666 (p. 251).

-, -, signature of, g. 1158 (10).

-, -, sons of, 909.

-, -, his son, 985 (p. 390).

Norfolk, Eliz. duchess of, 319, 545.

-, -, letter from, 319.

Norfolk, Agnes duchess (dowager) of 411.

-, -, her signature, 411.

Norham Castle, Nthld., 126.

-, letter dated at, 203.

Normandy (Normans), 33, 174 (p. 61), 185, 399, 901:—App. 1179 (p. 473):—g. 291 (58), 481 (8, 20), 802 (15), 962 (23, 33), 1158 (1).

Norrington, Wilts., g. 632 (5).

Norris (Nores, Norres, Norryce, &c.), Henry, esquire for the Body, chief of the Privy Chamber, chamberlain of North Wales, and constable of Beaumaris Castle, 2, 14, 15, 32, 44, 65–6, 128 ("your master"), 309, 401, 475, 591, 644 (2), 662–3, 666 (p. 251), 718, 765, 892 (p. 354), 925, 977, 1002, 1027–8, 1079:—g. 149 (16).

-, -, letter from, 718.

-, -, letters to, 644 (2), 662.

-, -, servant of, 32.

Norris or Norreys, Sir Lionel, g. 149 (33).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (63).

Norroy King at Arms. See Halley, Thos.

North, the, 822, 892, 955.

-, Council of, 696, 892 (p. 854).

-, -, letter from, 696.

-, riots in, 892–3, 946.

North, Mr., 152.

North, Edw., g. 149 (57), 962 (8).

Northampton Castle, 737.

Northamptonshire, 283, 999:—g. 149 (45).

-, sheriff of. See Griffyn, Sir Thos.

Northawe, alias Northall, alias Nynne, Herts., g. 481 (15).

Northhill College, Beds., 436, 473.

-, letter dated at, 436.

-, Thomas Grene, master of, 473.

Northumberland, 203, 492, 700, 991, 1008, 1030, 1038–9, 1046, 1082:—App. 1179 (p. 476):—g. 149 (73).

-, sheriffwick of, 203:—App. 1179 (p. 476).

Northumberland, Henry Percy, 18th earl of, warden of the East and Middle Marches, 1, 69, 77, 80 (my Lord), 100, 121 (p. 38), 166, 169, 255, 266, 363–4, 819, 892, 900, 946, 991, 993, 1013–14, 1038–9, 1069, 1142:—g. 962 (5, 18, 27, 28).

-, -, letters from, 100, 166, 255, 266, 991, 1013–14, 1038–9.

-, -, his brethren, 1143 (4).

-, -, his physician, 1.

-, -, his wife, 166, 1143 (4).

Northumberland, Katharine countess (dowager) of, letter from, 39.

-, -, a servant of, 39.

Norton (Nortun) Abbey, Chesh, 496 (p. 191)

-, abbot of, 1001 (3).

Norton, Yorks., 169 (2).

Norton, Mr., of Kent, 1142.

-, Hen., 169 (2).

-, John, of Norton, Yorks., 169 (2).

-, Peter, son of Richard, 447.

-, Ric., 169 (2).

-, Ric., sen., 102, 447:—g. 149 (33).

-, -, letter from, 102.

-, -, a kinsman of, 102.

-, Sir Thos., 612.

Nortun. See Norton.

Norway, App. 1159–60, 1178 (pp. 464–9).

Norwich, 317–18, 908, 1031:—App. 1179 (p. 475):—g. 149 (43).

-, letters dated at, 413–14, 421–2, 521.

-, mayor of, 318:—App. 1179 (p. 475):—g. 149 (43).

-, Castle, g. 802 (26).

Norwich Cathedral, prior of, 413.

-, Black Friars, prior of. See Harcocke, Edm.

-, St. Leonard's Without, 667.

Norwich diocese, 413, 521.

Norwich, Ric. Nixe bp. of, 3, 159, 169, 311, 317, 420, 810:—App. 1179 (p. 476):—g. 149 (43).

-, -, letter from, 159, 317.

-, -, chancellor of, 420.

-, -, his debts, 169.

Norwich, Sir Robt., chief justice of Common Pleas, 129 (4), 453 (2), 1042:—g. 149 (34), 632 (34).

Norynberg. See Nurenberg.

Notle. See Netley.

Nott, John, g. 149 (40, 42).

Nottingham, 81 ii., 94.

-, Booke Head in, 94.

-, Bull's Head in, 81 ii.

Nottinghamshire or Notts., 560:—g. 149 (47).

-, Crown lands in, g. 291 (14).

Novan. See Navan.

Nowle, Wm., 96.

Nudygate. See Newdigate.

Nuremberg (Norynberg), 1151.

Nychells, Mr., 208.

Nynes, Mr., 208.

Nytymber, letter dated at, 467.

O.

Obenze or Obiynuze. See Aubigny.

O'Brien (O'Brene), the, 60, 783, 881.

-, -, his son, 60, 881.

O'Brynnes, the, Irish family, 382.

Observant Friars, 48, 442, 469.

Occhefortchere. See Oxfordshire.

Ockendon, South (South Wikkenden), Essex, g. 1158 (35).

Ockham, Surrey, g. 802 (11).

Oclegranson, 362 (2).

O'Coner (O'Conner, O'Conour), —, 222, 257, 881, 1081.

O'Conour, Kayr, 449.

Ode alias Wode, John, g. 149 (83).

Odense (Ottonien'), bp. elect of, 522.

O'Dogan, Donough, 448.

O'Donell, —, 755, 885.

-, Manus, 885.

-, Odo, 973.

Ogden, John, clk., rector of St. Peter, Tower of London, g. 291 (11).

Ogle, Cuthbert, 261:—App. 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letter from, 261.

-, Ric., jun., g. 149 (44).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (73).

Ogleebe, —, 382.

Oglethorpe, —, (afterwards bp. of Carlisle), 790 n.

Okeley, Wm., g. 1158 (18).

O'Kelly, the, 881.

Oker, Ralph, of Oker, g. 632 (30).

Oking, Robt., Ll.D., 644.

Oldenburg (Oldenbrough) and Delmenhorst, Chr. count or earl of, 717, 724, 1065:—App. 1171, 1176, 1178, (p. 471).

-, -, letter from, 717.

-, -, letter to, 724.

Old Rosse Castle, in Ireland, 881.

Oliver, Sir, 24, 184, 231.

-, Reginald, g. 481 (23).

O'More, the, 881.

-, his brethren, 881.

-, his son, 881.

O'Mwre, —, 449.

O'Neill (O'Niel, O'Nell) Conan, "O'Neil," 382, 881, 885, 973, 1112.

Onley, Adam, 138.

-, John, 478:—g. 149 (42).

Oorte, Wm., 96.

O'Raillie, —, 222.

Orchard House, Gillesland, 310.

-, Thos., 1048 ix.

Orde .. er, Wm., 611.

Orkney, earldom of, 1153 ii.

Orkney Islands, 1153:—App. 1160.

Orleans (Orliance), letter dated at, 33.

Orleans [wine], a piece of, 45.

Orleans, Henry duke of, 2nd son of Francis I., 8, 185, 189 (p. 70).

-, -, his claim to Milan, 8.

Orliance. See Orleans.

Ormeston, Robt., 365.

Orpyn, Thos., g. 962 (7).

Orsett (Orsed), Essex, g. 1158 (35).

Ortiz, Dr., 746, 786, 904, 1075.

-, -, letters from, 746, 786, 904, 1075.

Orton, 1046.

Ortulus Animae, a book, 1005.

Osbaldeston, Sir Alex., g. 149 (63).

Oslander (Ozyander), Andrew, 147.

Ossory, Piers Butler earl of, 60, 222, 226, 519, 755, 880–1.

-, -, letter from, 60.

-, -, signature of, 880–1.

-, -, his son James. See Butler, James.

Ostend, in Flanders, 162.

Osterbank, war of, 1012.

Oswald, Sir. See Marsyngberd, Sir Oswald.

Oteham Manor, 662.

Otford, letters dated at, 508, 607, 616, 674, 685, 704, 758, 768, 950.

Otterburn, Sir Adam, of Reidhall letters from, 10, 333.

Ottonien. See Odense.

Ouse, the river, 260, 976.

Ovaston (qu. Weston?), —, 174 (p. 61).

Over, Simon, g. 291 (58).

Overton, letter dated at, 313.

Overton, Guthlac, g. 149 (53), 1158 (4).

Over Wallop, Hants, parson of. See Vaws, Robert.

Over Yssel, in the Low Countries, p. 316.

Ovington (Owvyngton), Essex, 179.

Owdall, —, 938.

Owen, servant to lord Montague, 785.

Owvyngton. See Ovington.

Oxenbridge, Mr., 939.

Oxenhall (Oxnall, Oxhenhalt), Glouc., 362 (2).

Oxford, 789:—g. 149 (52), 481 (11).

-, letters dated at, 68, 331, 967.

-, gaol of, 789.

-, mayor of, 967:—g. 149 (52).

-, St. Peters in the East, 312 ii.

-, White Friars of, 789 (2).

-, White Friars Gate, 789 (2).

Oxford University, 68, 102, 214, 472, 967.

-, vice-chancellor of, g. 149 (52).

-, colleges in:—

All Soul's College, 68:—g. 632 (26).

Corpus Christi College, 316.

-, president of. See Claymonde, John.

Henry VIII.'s College, now Christchurch ("the New College"), 68, 764.

Magdalen College, 331, 790.

-, letter from, 331.

-, president of. See Knolles, Thos., 331.

New College, 799.

-, warden of. See London, Dr. John.

Oxford, archdeaconry of, 23.

-, -, archdeacon of. See Wilson, Nic.

Oxford, John de Vere earl of, hereditary high chamberlain of England, 134, 587, 609 i.

-, -, letter from, 134.

-, countess of, 577, 858 (p. 332).

Oxford, late earl of, 587.

Oxford, Agnes, prioress of monastery of Godstowe, g. 291 (59).

Oxfordshire (Occhefortchere), 738, 1001 (3):—g. 149 (52).

-, commissioners for spiritualities in, letter from, 967.

Oxhenhalt. See Oxenhall.

Oxnall. See Oxenhall.

Oye, near Calais, 45.

Oye Sluice, 27, 334, 516, 606, 1002, 1027–8.



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