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'Index: B', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 416-423. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75687 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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B. …, Thos., of Rutland, g. 914 (22).

Babyngton (qu. Bavington?), Nthld., 1078.

Babyngton, Sir Anth., letter from, 1089.

Bacar, Hen., 697. See Baker.

Bacon, Thos., 1059.

Bagadel, in Persia (?), 206.

Baiæ, near Naples, 981.

Bailly, Jehan le, letter from, 412.

Baker, John, attorney of the duchy of Lancaster, 142, 192, 894:—g. 236 (3).

-, -, letters from, 192, 894.

Baker (Bacar), Henry, 697.

Baker, John, priest, 320.

Balam, Alex., 234.

Balderton, Chr., prebendary of Grindall in York, 727, 1070 (4).

Baldwin (Bawdwyn), Sir John, C.J. of C.P. (1535), 698, 1114, 1116.

Balb, John (afterwards bishop of Ossory), sometime prior of the White Friars of Doncaster, 230.

Balldoke, Ric., 1167.

Balle, Jas., g. 504 (2).

-, Robt., prior of Crutched Friars, 1168.

Balnet, John, App. 12.

Bampton (Baunton), Devon, 479.

Banbury, Oxon, letter dated at, 117.

Bangor, bp. of. See Salcot, John.

Bangor, bpric. of, 254.

Banwell, Somers., letters dated at, 109, 136 383.

Barbarossa (Barbaroxa, Barbaroge, Barba Russa, Barba Rowce), Haradin, Turkish naval captain, 33, 82, 103, 123, 127, 356, 459, 490, 512 (p. 168), 526, 595, 602, 658 (p. 222), 665, 687, 733, 909, 920, 964, 1021, 1028–9, 1036 (p. 357).

Barbary, 206, 238, 449, 602, 910, 920, 1036 (p. 357).

Barbett, Steph., 353.

Barbican. See under London.

"Barbone." See Bourbon, card. of.

Barbour, Roger, 1060.

Barcelona, 602.

Bare, Cornelis la, g. 1063 (3).

Barentyne, Sir Wm., 1146.

Barfford, Thos., 697.

Barkar. See Barker.

Barkeley. See Berkeley.

Barker, Ambrose, 522.

-, (Barkar), Ant., letter from, 857.

-, -, letter to, 858.

-, Chr., Richmond Herald, his wife, 651.

-, Robt., 637.

Barking (Berking), Essex, 1114.

-, abbey of, 487.

Barkley. See Berkley.

Bar le Duc, letter dated at, 148.

Barley, 110 (p. 32), 498 (2) see Notes. See also Corn, Grain.

Barlings, Linc, abbot of, 1090.

Barlow, Wm., prior of Haverford West, prior of Bisham, afterwards bp. of St. David's, 217–19, 498 (2) see Notes, 527, 730, 1021, 1091.

-, -, letters from, 730, 1091.

-, -, a servant of, 1091.

-, -, -, his wife, 1091.

Barlow (Berlow), Thos., 183.

Barlynche priory, Somers., letter dated at, 795.

-, -, prior of 795

-, subprior of, John Barwyke, 795.

Barmondesay. See Bermondsey.

Barnabe, or Barnaby, Mr., a post, 299, 980.

-, —, his house, 998.

Barnes, lord. See Berners.

Barnes (Barons), Robert (called by the Germans "Antonius Anglicus" or "Dr. Antonius"), sent as envoy to Germany, 18 ("one of the ambassadors"), 153, 177, 181, 213 (4, 5), 217, 230, 294, 335, 355, 363, 389–90, 468, 498 (3), 503, 543, 545, 565 (see notes), 805, 825, 928–30, 1016 (p. 346 n.), 1018, 1030, 1059.

-, -, letters from, 153, 177, 181, 335, 543, 1030.

-, -, letter to, 390.

-, -, his Vitœ Romanorum Pontificum, 335.

Barnet, 653.

Barnewell, Sir Chr., 164.

-, Katharine, 164.

-, Peter, 164.

Barnstaple, Dev., 795.

Barons. See Barnes.

Barough. See Berghen.

Barowe, —, 1081.

Barret, Dr., White Friar, 230.

-, Thos., prior of Folkestone, 669, 816 sig., 829.

Barrow. See Barry.

Barry (Barrow), John lord, viscount Buttevant, 556.

Bartelot, John, letter from, 1092.

Bartlet. See Berthelet.

Bartlet or Bartlat, Ric., M.D., Queen's physician. 506:—g. 729 (2).

Bartlett, Cromwell's servant, 133, 668, 784.

-, -, letter from, 133.

Bartley, Mr., 439.

Barton, Berks, 111 (2).

Barton, Andrew, 1161.

-, John, esquire of the Body, g. 914 (27).

-, Thos., 234 (p. 78).

Bartylmewe, Thos., 1155.

Barwik, Robt., 637.

Barwyke, John, subprior of Barlynche, 795.

Base, Clement, letter from, 189.

Basil (Basilius), St., a book of, 512, 659, 1028.

Basing, Hants, 619–20.

-, letters dated at, 620, 650.

Basing, Roger, 234 (p. 78), 714.

-, -, letter from, 714.

Basingstoke, Hants, 1070.

Baskervyle, Sir Jas., letter from, 428.

Basle, in Switzerland, 540.

Basset, Anne, daughter of lady Lisle, 70, 257, 715, 750.

-, James, son of lady Lisle, 87, 94–6, 257, 333, 541–2, 709, 857, 897, 924, 1086.

-, -, his tutor in Paris, 1086.

-, Mary, daughter of lady Lisle, 70, 257, 768.

-, Jane, lady Lisle's stepdaughter, 362.

-, -, letter from, 362.

-, -, her brother, 362.

-, John, lady Lisle's eldest son, 501–2, 584, 833, 892, 898, 950, 951 (bis).

-, Sir John, dec., lady Lisle's first husband, his heirs, 851.

-, Philippa, 362 (p. 123).

-, Thomasine, lady Lisle's stepdaughter, 362.

-, Sir Wm., g. 914 (12, 22).

Bassocamy, count of. See Gonzaga, Don Fernando.

Basynge. See Basing.

Batable land. See Debatcable land.

Batcok, Joan, niece of T. B., 33.

-, Thos., letter from, 33 (See Errata).

-, -, a niece of his. See Batcok, Joan.

Batenall, Roger, 653.

Bath, 42.

-, letter dated at, 426.

-, cathedral priory of, 42.

-, Wm. prior of, 42 (pp. 11, 12), 426, 1025.

-, -, -, letter from, 426.

-, -, monks of, 42, 426.

Bath and Wells, bpric. of, 383, 450.

Bath and Wells, John Clerk bp. of, 100, 109, 383, 790, 1025.

-, -, letters from, 109, 383.

-, -, his vicar general, 100, 109.

Bathwick, Soms., 234.

Batmanson, John, former prior of the Charterhouse of London, 11, 239.

Battle Abbey, Sussex, 444, 632, 1105.

-, abbot of, 632.

Baunton. See Bampton.

Bavaria, Dukes of, 54, 281, 838, 1001:—App. 8.

-, -, envoy of (in France), 281 (p. 94).

Bavington, Nthld., 1078 (? "Babyngton").

Bawdwyn. See Baldwin.

Bawedon, John, 480.

Bawghe, Dr., 986.

Baxter (Baxster) alias Richardson, John, sub-prior of Elsham, 328.

Bayly, John, provost of Cobham, 692.

Baynard, Robert, sheriff of Wilts (1534–5), letter from, 364.

Bayne, —, B.D., 521.

Baynham, Robt., 1121.

Baynton, Sir Edw., Queen's vice-chamberlain, 172, 186, 364.

-, -, letter to, 364.

-, -, his house, 186.

Beatts, Wm., 234 (p. 78).

Beaudeley. See Bewdley.

Beaudesert, Warw., letter dated at, 354.

Beaulieu (Bewley), IIants, abbot of, 380.

Beauly, in Scotland, prior of. See Kinloss, abbot of.

Beaumaris (Beawmerres), g. 1063 (11).

-, letters dated at, 254, 866, 1031.

-, castle of, 1031:—g. 1063 (11).

-, -, constable of. See Norris, Hen.

Beaumont's lands, 895.

Beauvais (Beoves, Beovay), M. de, 547, 1012. N.B.—Although Beauvais seems to be the name indicated in these two documents (which are both from the same source, a corrupt modern copy of a collection of despatches in Italian), the person referred to would almost seem to be the same as the M. de la Fos, kinsman of Langei, mentioned in No. 299. The latter is called by Melancthon, Barnabas Voræus Fossa (Melanc., Epp., lib. i., 29, 30).

Beawmerres. See Beaumaris.

Beaworthy (Beworthy), Devonsh., 479.

Becansaw (Becansau, Bekensall), Dr. Adam, letters from, 34–5, 244, 607, 806.

-, -, letter to, 32.

-, (Bekynsall, &c.), John, 87, 95, 541, 709.

-, -, letters from, 541, 709.

-, -, kinsman of, 541.

-, (Bekensall), Thos., 83, 307 (2), 830.

Beck, Edw., 234 (p. 78), 1054.

Beda, Dr. Natalis, of Paris, 148.

Bedam, Wm., 1097.

Beddgelert (Bethkelert) priory, co. Carnarvon, suppressed, 900.

Bedell. See Bedyll.

Bedford, St. John's, 85.

-, mayor of, 85.

Bedfordshire and Bucks, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See Corbett, Roger (1535–6).

Bedingfield, Sir Edmund, steward of Queen Katharine's house, 125, 217, 252, 279, 441, 451, 1050.

-, -, letter from, 1050.

Bedwell, Herts (qu Bibswell?), 481.

Bedyll (Bedell), Thomas, archdeacon of Cornwall (1535), clerk of Chancery, 24, 29, 185, 200, 373, 523, 816, 828–9, 954 (p. 321), 986.

-, -, letters from, 24, 29, 185, 200, 373, 829, 986.

Bedyll (Beydull), Ric., 183 (p. 58).

Beeston, Norf., 726.

Beggars, 963.

Bekeley, John, 282, 760.

Bekensall or Bekynsall, &c. See Becansaw.

Bekwithe, Peter, letter to, 115.

Bele, —, 1119.

Belhows, Thos., parson of West Canfield (1535), g. 729 (18).

Bell, —, 860.

-, Dr., 1145.

Bellawaye, —, 1082.

Bellay, John du, bp. of Paris, Cardinal (1535), 221, 240, 268–9, 469, 565, 658 (p. 221), 813, 838, 893, 904 (see notes), 911, 921, 931, 937, 945, 999, 1006–7, 1024.

-, -, letters from, 268–9; 813, 893, 931, 1006–7.

-, -, letters to, 221, 469, 921, 945.

Bellay, Wm, Du, brother of John. See Langey, sieur de.

Belson, —, 659.

Belvoir (Belver), Linc., letter dated at, 179.

Bembo, Pietro, afterwards Cardinal, 1028.

Bemond, Robt., 1020.

Bendfylld, near Pledgden, Essex, 520.

Benedict, —, graver, 217.

Benet, —, 297 (p. 100).

-, Ric., 1155.

-, Thos., L.L.D., vicar general of Sarum, letter from, 473.

-, (Benett), Wm., 653.

Benningbrough (Benyngburgh) Grange, Yorks., letter dated at, 475.

Bensfeld, Kent, 1105.

Benvenisti, James Mendiz, letter to, 837.

Benwieke, Nthld., 1078.

Beoves or Beovay. See Beauvais.

Berdon, Essex, 520.

Bere. See Berry.

Berechurch, Essex (dates), g. 236 (16), 504 (1).

Bergavenny. See Abergavenny.

Berghen op Zoom (Berghes), letter dated at, 818.

Berghan or Berghes (Barough), Anthony Marquis of, 409.

Berkeley (Barkeley), Glouc., 234.

Berkeley (Barkeley), Somers., 1123.

Berkeley, Thomas lord (1532–4), 44 ("my lord").

Berkeley, Anne Lady, widow of the preceding, letter from, 44.

Berkeley, William lord, earl of Nottingham, earl marshal of England (died 1488), 234.

Berkeley (Barkeley),—, 234 (p. 78).

Berkley (Barkley) Herons, 66, 118, 371.

-, dates, g. 236 (12, 13).

Berkshire, 519, 720:– App. 20.

Berkyng. See Barking.

Berlow. See Barlow.

Bermondsey (Barmondesay) abbey (St. Saviour's), 4, 50, 444.

Bernard, —, 697.

Bernard, Bernard, a Breton, letter from, 1061.

Bernardinus, —, 292.

Berners (Barnes), John Bourchier, Lord (died 1533), 890, 1101.

Bernes in Brenchley, Kent, g. 914 (25).

Berri (Berry), lieutenant-general de, 378.

Berry (Bere, Bury, Borough), John, Lisle's servant, 362, 410–11, 851, 892.

Berthelet (Bartlet), Thomas, king's printer, 442, 963.

Berthemont, —de, of St. Malo, 190.

Berthlet. See Bartlett.

Berton, the, 411.

Berwick-Upon-Tweed, 637, 753.

-, walls of, 637.

-, captain of, 371. See Clifford, Sir Thos.

-, captainship of, 778.

-, Little Ward, 637.

-, St. Mary's Gate, 637.

Bery, —, 119.

-, —, servant to Sir Fras. Brian, 850 (2).

Besselsleigh (Beselles Lyghe), Berks, 795.

Best, Dan John, 742.

Bestney, Edw., letter from, 761.

-, Hen., 1155.

Betchworth (Estebecheworthe), parsonage, Surr., 366, 811.

Bethkelert. See Beddgelert.

Betley (Betteley), Staff., 183 (p. 58).

Betoun, James, Abp. of St. Andrewe's, 537–9.

Bettes, James, letter from, 91.

Bevall, Notts., charterhouse of, 622.

Bevercotes, Ric., 1089.

Beverley, Yorks., 902, 1070, (4). 1173 (p. 400).

-, the 12 governors of, 902.

-, church of, 1070 (4).

-, provost of, 704 ii., 1070 (4).

-, St. John's, prebend in York, 704 ii.

-, St. Nicholas church and hospital, 1070 (4).

Beverleye, —, 1082.

Bewdeley, Roger, 653.

Bewdley (Beaudeley, Beudelay), Wore., 169, 282 n, 354 n, 429, 465, 510 ii.

-, letters dated at, 57, 67, 84 iii.–v., 126, 140, 155, 166, 186, 302, 392, 408, 510, 606, 706, 712.

Bewley. See Beaulieu.

Beworthy. See Beaworthy.

Bewpeer (in Wales ?), letter dated at, 19.

Bewshyn, Thos., M.A., 361.

Bewtye, Robt., 252.

Beydull. See Bedyll.

Beysby, John., dec., g. 914 (2).

Bible, the (New Testament), 226, 523–4, 611, 615 (2), 1091.

Bicester or Burcester (Burcestre), Oxon, 457.

-, prior of, 457.

-, apostate monk of, 457.

Bicknor English (Englyshe Bykenoure), parson of. See Edwards, Wm.

Bideford Bridge, Devon, g. 914 (35).

Bies, Oudart du, seneschal of Boulogne, letters from, 324, 634.

Bies, Jehan du, 1085.

Bigg, —, 917.

Bigod, Sir Francis, 49, 189, 216.

Billingford (Byllyngford), Ric., 374.

Bilsington (Bylsyngton), Kent, priory of St. Mary, 816 ii. (5), 1105.

-, -, John Moyse, alias Tenterden, prior of, 816 ii. (5). sig.

-, -, surrender of, 816 ii. (5).

Bird, John, 1059.

Birkhaved, Thos., 144.

Birriton, Wm., 792.

Biscay, 81.

Biserta, Dezsert, or Serta, in Africa, 602, 910, 920, 981 (p. 330).

Bisham, prior of. See Barlow, Wm.

Bishop, —, a monk of Sion, 954, 986.

-, (Bysshope), John, letter from, 290.

Bishop Burton. See Burton Bishop.

Bishops and Bishoprics, 90, 424, 540, 557, 699, 1065, 1071.

Bishopsthorpe, Yorks., letters dated at, 30–1, 63, 201, 603, 703–4, 742.

Bishops Waltham, 239 n.

Bittilston, Nthld., 1078.

Blackewell, Walter, letter from, 45.

Black Friars. See Friars Dominiean.

Blacknaye. See Blakeney.

Blak, John, 179 (3, viii.)

Blakeney (Blacknaye), Norf., 234 (p. 78).

Blakeney, Robt., 1155.

Blith, Davy, 637.

Blockley, Wore, 37 (2).

Blockley (Blockeley), Thos., 497, 653.

Blosshome, John, g. 236 (10).

Blount (Blownt), Ric., letter from, g 236 (10).

Blount (Blownt), Ric., letter from, 679.

Blunt, Wm., 60.

Blyth, Dr., of Cambridge, 661.

Blytheman (Blythman), Wm., Cromwell's servant, comptroller of Customs of Newcastle, 617–18.

Blyzgh or Blyzght, Walter, 480.

Bocfaste. See Buckfastleigh.

Bocheer or Bocher, Henry, a Franciscan, 789.

(Boconnacle) Cornw., 480.

Bocsted. See Boxted.

Bodenham, Thos., 428, g. 914 (22).

-, -, letter from, 428.

Bodinam or Bodnam, Wm., 404, 463.

Bodman, Cecilia. See Wilton, abbess of.

Bodmin, letter dated at, 908.

-, a canon of, 908.

-, Thomas, prior of, letter from, 908.

Bodnam. See Bodinam.

Body, Wm., Cromwell's servant, 124, 234, 235, 478.

-, -, letter from, 124.

-, -, plate embezzled by, 235.

-, -, his wife, 235.

Bodynton, 1135.

Boemo, Piero, 512.

Bogart, Corneille, letter from, 818.

Boger, Nic., 1147.

Boghton. See Boughton.

Bohemia, king of. See Ferdinand, king of the Romans.

Boley, Ric., shipwright, 1025.

Boleyn, Anne, Queen (called by the Imperialists "la Ana," "the Concubine," "la Manceba"), 41, 52 (1, 2), 85, 90 (p. 26), 100, 113, 136, 179 (3. ix.), 184, 204, 207, 249, 251, 272, 287, 295, 310, 321, 329, 345, 357–8, 370, 378, 402 ("my lady"), 450, 463 (2), 476–8, 487, 525, 535, 548, 555, 561, 566 (pp. 187–8), 568, 571, 577, 579, 594 (p. 197), 626, 632 n., 639, 663–5, 674, 681, 691, 700, 723, 733, 777, 779, 785, 861–2, 873, 892, 946, 970, 983, 991, 1004, 1091, 1094, 1123.

-, -, her aunt. See Shelton, lady.

-, -, yeoman of her wardrobe, 218.

-, -, her secretary, 463 (2).

-, -, receiver-general. See Taylor, George.

-, -, physician. See Bartlet, Ric.

-, -, her lands, 264, 477, 478 (p. 157).

-, -, -, high steward of. See Cromwell, Thos.

-, -, her almoner. See Skippe, John.

Boleyn, George, Lord Rochford, warden of the Cinque Ports, brother of the Queen, 22, 87, 213 (5), 440, 566 (†).

Boleyn, Sir Thos., Earl of Wiltshire And Ormond, Lord Privy Seal (1530–36), 90 (p. 26), 97, 149, 164, 229, 232, 295, 358, 594 (p. 199);—g. 236 (4–6, 11–13).

Boleyn, Elizabeth, countess of Wiltshire, wife of the preceding, 1123.

Boleyn, Wm., parson, 234 (p. 78).

Bolle, Wm., letter from, 291.

Bolltoune. See Bolton.

Bollyng. See Bowling.

Bologna, 240, 492, 594 (p. 199), 658 (p. 221), 987.

-, letters dated at, 202, 1024.

Bolton (Bolltoune) priory, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Bona (Bonna), in Algeria, 82, 338, 376 ("arcem Bonnensem"), 526, 602 (pp. 202, 204), 733.

-, the Pole of, 526 ii.

Bonam. See Bonham.

Bonard. See Bonuer.

Bonavente, count of, 602 (p. 203).

Bonde, John, vicar of Yarnescomb, priest, 362 (? Mr. Vicar), 410, 411, 833, 851.

-, -, letter to, 851.

Bone, John, 307, 830.

Bonevyz. See Bonvisi.

Bonham (Bonam), Mr., dec., 209.

-, -, his second son, 209.

-, Jas., 1059.

Bonna (Bonnensis). See Bona.

Bonnacursius,—, 1001.

Bonner (Bonar, Bonard), Edmund, L.L.D., afterwards bp. of Hereford and London, sent with Ric. Cavendish to Lubeck and Denmark, 17, 23, 43, 52, iii., 58, 286, 287 (see notes), 290, 309, 323, 434:—App. 5.

-, -, letter from, 23.

-, -, letter to, 290 (2).

-, -, safe-conduct for, 286.

Bonvisi, Anth., 867.

-, -, his garden in London, 867.

-, -, his house at Lyons, 867.

Bonvisi (Bonevyz, Bonvixi), Laurence, 580.

Bonygton, Thos., 637.

Books:—135, 499 (p. 164), 523–4, 723, 825, 1137.

Bede's Historia Ecclesiastica, 529.

A chronicle, 529.

Of "Conjuration," 551.

Eckius' Enchiridion, 846.

De Gestis Anglorum, 529.

De Gestis Pontificum Anglorum, 529.

against images, 357–8.

published by Christian III. against Lubeck, 1019 iii.

"Defence of peace," the, 523.

prohibited, 963.

Treatise for setting forth the King's Supremacy, 29.

of the Valor Ecclesiasticus. See Valor.

Wyclyffe's Wycket, 1163.

Boorde (Bord), Andrew, letters from, 11, 12, 238–9.

Boorde, Ric., D.D., 1066.

Boothe, Charles. See Hereford, bp. of.

Boothe (Both), John, archd. of Hereford, 99, 212.

-, -, letter from, 99.

-, (Bothe), John, g. 914 (2).

Bord. See Boorde.

Bordeaux (Burdyuse), 81, 238–9, 260, 861 (p. 289), 1047 (see notes):—App. 9.

-, letter dated at, 714.

-, justice of, 714.

-, lieutenant-general of, 714.

-, ships arrested at. See Ships.

Borders, the. See Scotland, marches of.

Bordysley, Wm., 653.

Borman, Hen., 1059.

Borough, York, g. 914 (27).

Borough (Borowe), Thomas Lord, 895.

Borough. See Berry.

Borthwick (Borthuic), John, captain, 395.

Boston, Linc., 234 (p. 78), 1107.

Botegaw or Bottegau, Ivo, 711, 749.

Boteler. See Butler.

Bothe. See Boothe.

Bothum. See York, Boutham hospital.

Bottegean or Botegaw, Ivo, 711, 749.

Bouchetel, M., 378.

Boughton (Bughton), Ntht. (?) 607.

Boughton, letter dated at, 518.

Boughton (Boghton), Will., sheriff of Warw. and Leic. (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Boulogne (Bolen), 52, 443, 649, 809.

-, letters dated at, 324, 396, 634, 649.

-, captain of. See Vervins, sieur de.

Bourdon (Barbone), Louis de, Cardinal, 39, 295.

Boureman, Will., sub-dean of Wells, letter from, 823.

Bours, letter dated at, 768.

Bours, Mons. de, 768 ii.

-, Madame de. See Rouaud, Anne.

Bowcher, —1148.

Bowes, Roger, letter from, 246.

Bowland, Edw., App. 10.

Bowling (Bollyng), Yorks., letters dated at, 196, 463.

Bowmer, —69.

Bowre, the, Nthld., 371 (2).

Bows, 725 ii.

Bowshe alias Harrys, John, g. 914 (11).

Bowyer, Ric., letter from, 652.

Boxgrave, Sussex, priory of, 509, 530.

-, -, prior of. See Myles, Thos.

Boxted (Bocsted, Bucsted), Easex, 1099, 1115.

Boye, Phelim. See O'Connor, Phelim Boy.

Brabant, 1141, 1144.

-, the procurator general of, 182 (p. 56).

Brabazon (Brabason, Brabzon), William, vice-treasurer or under-treasurer, treasurer of the wars, and receiver general in Ireland, 98, 147, 164, 197, 227, 331, 515, 556 (p. 184), 731, 836, 1027, 1051–2, 1054.

-, -, letters from, 197, 331.

-, -, letter to, 227.

Bracq, Peter, 324.

Bradell, Ric., 144.

Bradenham East, Norf., letter dated at, 721.

Bradenstoke (Bradstock) priory, Wilts, 139, 160, 622.

-, prior of, 139.

Bradforde or Bradforthe, Bartram, 752.

-, Roland, 752.

Bradshawe. Mr., 1114.

-, Thos., g. 1063 (12).

Bradstock. See Bradenstoke.

Brakenbury,— —, 836.

Bramelcum. See Bremelcom.

Brampton, Thos., 408.

Bramsell House, Hants, 639.

Bramsitour, Mr., 490.

Brancepeth (Brainspethe, Brauncepeth), letters dated at, 371, 401.

Brancetour (Bramsitour), Robert, an Englishman at the Emperor's court, 490.

Brandenburg, George Margrave of, 155, 581.

Brandenburg, Joachim I., Margrave and Elector of (died 1535), 153.

Brandenburg, Joachim II., Margrave and Elector of (died 1535), 153. (Frederic).

-, -, his second wife, Hedwig of Poland, 153, 543.

Brandon Ferry, Suff., parson of, 745.

Branxholm (Branxhame), in Scotland, 88 (2).

Brauncepeth. See Brancepeth.

Bray, —, 150.

Braye, Edmund lord, 478, 488.

Braye, Thos., 830.

Brayfort, John, 478.

Bread, 274.

Breatan, Dr., 464.

Brebant, Pierre, 634.

Brede, Suss., parson of. See Robinson, Ralph.

Bredyn of the Hyll, Staff., 183.

Brekellsay, a crayer of, 323.

Bremelcomb, John, 362.

-, (Bramelcum), Wm., John Basset's tutor, 502, 898, 998 (?).

*** The references in vol. viii. 119, 961, indexed under "Wm. Bremelcumbe," refer to John B.

Bremen, in Germany, 483, 824, 976.

Bremen, bpric. of, 181.

Bremen, Chr. bp. of, son of Henry Senior duke of Brunswick, 824, 922, 976.

-, -, letter to, 976.

Brenchley, Kent, g. 914 (25).

Brene, Thos., 695.

Brentmarsh beside Bristol, 429.

Brenyngham, Joice, g. 1063 (3).

Brere, Ric., g. 729 (25).

Brereton, John, g. 504 (13), 729 (22).

-, Will., g. 504 (13), 729 (22).

-, (Brerton, Bruerton), Sir Will., 35, 98, 147, 244.

Brerewod, Dr. —, chancellor of Exeter, 1138, 1140, 1142.

-, -, letter to, 1140.

Brescia, Madius or Maggio of, 648, 917.

Breton, Jean le, letter from, 221.

Bretons (Brytons), 458, 560.

-, piracies upon, 369, 560, 1061, 1098.

Bretton Monk (Burtoune) abbey, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Brewern. See Bruerne.

Briaca. See St. Briaca.

Brian (Bryaut, Brien), Sir Francis, 20, 87, 210, 213 (5), 609–10, 639, 812 ii., 836, 838, 848, 850 (2), 861 (p. 289), 875, 878, 919, 947, 969–70, 980, 1155:—g. 729 (15).

-, -, letters from, 639, 875, 969, 980.

-, -, letters to, 20, 610, 1155.

Brian, Lady, gouvernante of the princess Elizabeth, 568.

Brian, —, Lisle's servant, 700.

-, Ant., 697.

Briant. See Brian.

Bricot, works of, 615 (2).

Bridgewater, Soms., 136.

-, Hugh Trotter, customer of, 1131.

-, Wodstrete in, 1131.

Bridlington priory, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

-, letter dated at, 670.

-, Wm. prior of, 670.

Brien. See Brian.

Brigges (Brugge, Bryges), Sir John, letter from, 1095.

-, -, letter to, 305.

Briggs, Mr., 334.

-, —, 697.

Brigstock, Ntht., letter dated at, 822.

Brion, Philip de Chabort Sieur de, Admiral of France, 39, 54, 175, 193, 295, 498 (3), 526, 548, 665, 696, 732, 758, 802, 812 ii., 826, 838, 853, 868, 921, 937, 945, 947, 961, 1000, 1038, 1062:—App. 7.

-, -, letters from, 921, 945.

-, -, harness for, 193.

-, -, his place near Lyons, 961.

Bristol (Bristow), 33, 289, 383, 429, 500, 866, 1031:—g. 729 (13).

-, letters dated at, 162–3, 168–9, 189, 296, 1025.

-, customs of, g. 236 (7).

-, staple of wool, fleeces, and lead at g. 729 (20).

-, the Gawntes, 168, 289.

-, -, John, master of, 289, 296.

-, -, -, letter from, 296.

-, Newgate gaol at, 162.

-, Redelyf pyt, 1025.

-, St. Austin's without, 168–9, 215.

-, -, Wm. abbot of, letters from, 169, 215.

-, St. John's in Redclyf pyt, Ric. Bromfield master of, 1025.

-, chamberlain of, 163.

-, mayor of. See Coke, Roger.

-, seditious preachers in, 189.

-, town clerk of, 163.

Brittany, 1061:—g. 914 (9).

Brittens or Brittons, Essex, 358.

-, date, g. 236 (3).

Brixton (Bryxstone), Devon, 1147 (p. 392).

Broadoak (Brodock), Cornw., 480.

Brocke, Edm., 74.

Brocktorp, Detlenns, Danish general, 286.

Brodock. See Broadoak.

Brodwas, Thos., 653.

Broiard. See Bruisyard.

Broke, Sir—, knight of St. John, 910.

-, —,815.

-, Harry, 183.

-, (Brooke), Henry, prior of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 438, 1070, 1093, 1129, 1171.

-, -, letter from, 1093.

-, John, 27.

-, Ralph, letter from, 599.

-, -, his servant Thomas, 599.

-, Sir Richard, chief baron of Exchequer, App. 6.

-, (Browke), Thos., 137, 172, 273–4, 345, 430–1, 1059.

-, -, letters from, 172, 274, 345.

-, Thomas, of the Exchequer of Calais, 955, 991.

-, -, letter from, 991.

-, -, wife of, 991.

Brokeland, 1151.

Broman, Wm., 230.

Brome, John, vicar of Stanton Lacy, 408, 510 ii.

Bromeham. See Bromham.

Bromehill, near Windsor, dissolved nunnery of 234 (p. 78).

Bromeley. See Bromley.

Bromeyard. See Bromyard.

Bromfield, Ric., master of St. John's Hospital, Bristol, 1025.

Bromham (Brumham, Bromeham), Wilts, 220, 260, 311, 319, 349, 428, 558.

-, letters dated at, 211–12, 240, 241:—g. 504 (14).

Bromley park, Kent, 69.

Bromley (Bromeley), Oliver, curate of Exton, 100, 109.

Bromyard (Bromeyard), Heref., college of, g. 729 (16).

Bromysgrove, dan Hugh, of Worcester, 807.

Brooke. See Broke.

Brosiarde. See Bruisyard.

Broughton, Oxon, curate of. See Crowley, Ric.

Broune. See Brown.

Browgrove, Wm., 697.

Browke. See Broke.

Browne, Sir Antiiony, 476.

Browne, Dr. George, prior of Austin Friars, London, and Provincial of his Order, 179 (3 iv.), 789 ("Dr. George").

-, -, letter to, 789 ii.

Brown or Browne, —, of Bristol, 383.

-, Mr., of Lyme, 1059.

-, Humph., serjeant-at-law, 1146.

-, (Broune), Sir Matthew, letters from, 366, 811.

-, Wm., 697.

Bruce (Brus), lord Robert, 1173.

Brucken, Dr. See Pontanus.

Bruerne (Bruwerne, Brewern) abbey, Oxon, 457.

-, Ric., abbot of, 457, 493.

-, late abbot of. See Chaffecombe, John.

Bruerton. See Brereton.

Brueton. See Bruton.

Bruges, in Flanders, letter dated at, 679.

Bruisyard (Broiard, Brosiarde), nunnery, Suff., prioress of, 1084, 1094.

-, -, letter from, 1094.

Bruliferius, works of, 615 (2).

Brumham. See Bromham.

Brunswick–Lunenburg, Ernest Duke of, 1015.

Brunswick–Lunenburg, Francis Duke of, 1015.

Brunswick–Lunenburg, Henry Senior Duke of, 824 n.

Brunswick–Lunenburg, Philip duke of, 1015.

Brussels, 562.

-, letter dated at, 845.

-, Cromwell's advocate at, 562.

Brusset, Anthoine, of Gravelines, letter from, 624.

Bruton (Brueton) abbey, Somers., 42, 159, 167, 622.

-, letter dated at, 167.

-, abbot of, 159, 167, 622.

Bruwerne. See Bruerne.

Bryant. See Brian.

Bryd. See Brid.

Bryges. See Brigges.

Brykett, John, g. 1063 (3).

Brysley, Mr., of Calais, 374.

Brytons. See Bretons.

Bryxstone. See Brixton.

Buccleugh (Bucleuch), the laird of, 64, 88.

Bucer, Martin, 544, 765, 953.

-, -, letter to, 953.

Buchssthehode. See Buxtehude.

Buckden (Bugden), 249.

Buckenham (Bokenham) priory, Norf., 800.

-, John Milgate, prior of, letter from, 800.

Buckenham (Bucknam), Dr., of the Black Friars, Cambridge, 182, (see Notes), 1097.

Buckett, John, 136.

Buckfastleigh (Bocfaste), Devon, 1147.

-, abbot of. See Donne, Gabriel.

Buckingham, Edw. Duke of (beheaded 1521), g. 914 (28).

Buckinghamshire, 20, 488.

Buckinghamshire and Beds, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Corbett, Roger (1535–6).

Buckmaster, Dr. Wm., of Cambridge, 661, 666.

-, signature of, 666.

Bucknam. See Buckenham.

Bucsted. See Boxted.

Bugden. See Buckden.

Bugenhagen, John, letter from, 355 ii.

Bughton. See Boughton.

Bukkleswoode, Thos., 1167.

Bulkeley, Margaret, letter to, 1096.

-, R., letter from, 1096.

-, Sir Ric., deputy chamberlain of N. Wales, 254, 866, 1031, 1096 n.

-, -, letters from, 254, 866, 1031.

-, -, his father, 1031.

-, (Bulkley), Robt., 1096:—g. 914 (22).

-, Roland, g. 1063 (11).

Bull, Wm., letter from, 1097.

Bulls, papal. See Dispensations.

Bungay, Suff., letter dated at, 785.

-, prioress of, 1084.

Burcester. See Bicester.

Burchard, Francis, 979.

Burdon, Wm., soldier of Calais, 890.

Burdyuse. See Bordeaux.

Burghyll, John, 792.

Burgo, Hugh de, 1105.

-, -, Margaret, daughter of, 1105.

-, Fr. Nicholas de (Nicolaus Florentinus), reader of Theology at Magdalen College, Oxford, 645, 1120.

-, -, letter from, 645.

-, -, his benefice, 645.

Burgos, in Spain, bpric. of, 18.

Burgundy, 148, 602 (p. 203).

Burgundy, the house of, 177, 1019 ii. iii.

Burleus, works of, 615 (2).

(Burmershe) Kent, 1105.

Burnell, John, Irish rebel, 98.

-, Thos., g. 914 (8).

Burnes. See Byrnes.

Burnett, Thos., 722.

Burnham abbey, Bucks, 476.

Burton Ntht. (?), 697.

Burton Bishop, Yorks., 1070 (4).

Burton-on-Trent, abbey of, 97.

Burtoune, Yorks. See Bretton Monk.

Burwell, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Bury. See Berry.

Bury St. Edmunds, Suff., letters dated at, 762, 772, 781, 978.

-, abbey of, 772, 781, 882.

-, -, John Reve, abbot of, 772, 781, 882, 978, 1060.

-, -, -, letter from, 781.

Bussekyn, Ralph, 353.

Butler, Lord James, son of Ossory, lord treasurer of Ireland, 164, 197, 229, 308, 331, 556, 626, 628, 1052.

-, -, letters from, 197, 628, 1052.

Butler, Piers. See Ossory, earl of.

Butler or Buttler, John, commissary of Calais, 583, 996.

-, Nich., 446.

-, Ric., 583.

-, (Boteler), Sir Thos., sheriff of Lancashire, 144.

-, -, signature of, 144.

-, Sir Thomas, brother-in-law of lord James, 556.

Butter and cheese, 562, 689.

Button, Wm., letter from, 570.

Butts (Buttes), William, M.D., King's physician, 133, 155, 166, 986.

Buxtehude (Buchssthehode), in Hanover, 824.

Bycknoldus, Wm., 361.

Bygyn. See under Fordham.

Byland abbey, Yorks., 1173.

Byllyngford. See Billingford.

Bynnar, Thos., 1155.

Byr, —, 490.

Byrnes or Burnes, the, Irish family, 331, 515.

Byrtby, 1070 (4).

Byrton, Mr., late steward to the abp. of York, 933.

-, -, a brother of, 933.

Bysley, John, 1146.

-, Wm., 1146.

Bysshope. See Bishop.

Bytebor, —, widow, her place in Calais, g. 1063 (3).



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