Babba (II.), a servant of Ibráhim Bashaw, 237.
Baçan (D. Alvaro de), .. Bazan.
Bada, Baden, .. Bath.
Baeza (Alonso de), holding a canonry at Coria, in Extremadura, 147, 348, 539.
Baglione (Malatesta), lord of Perugia, 513.
-, (Ridolpho), at the head of a rebellion in Perugia, 513.
-, mother of, 513.
-, the party of the, under colour of protecting the Sienese, trying to regain possession of Perugia, 266.
-, castles seized by the, 499.
-, Pope Paul sending a force against them, 512.
-, of Amboise, ..
-, of Troyes, .. Dinteville.
Balançon, .. Rye and Valançon.
Balat, Balart, cap. (?), 207.
Balax ruby, worth 20,000 ducats, pawned at Genoa, 242.
-, sent by Clement on a mission to king Francis, 215, 260; v, under Ubaldino.
Bandini (Francesco), card. abp. of Siena, legate to the Emp., 342.
-, -, one of the six cardinals chosen by Paul for the government of the Roman States, 342.
-, -, appointed legate to Charles (Dec. 1535), 579.
-, -, not yet ready to depart, 580.
Bar, duke of, .. Lorraine.
Barbarossa, Barbaroxa (Baba Arox), Turkish corsair, 97, 113, 142, 212, 216, 238, 240, 272, 274, 277, 285, 288, 290, 305–6, 334, 357, 361–3, 371, 388, 394, 396, 403, 460, 488, 491–2, 494, 536, 553, 575, 608, 619.
-, -, takes Tunis, 325, 379–80.
-, -, to attack Genoa for the profit of the French, 396.
-, -, completely at the bidding of Francis, 398.
-, -, ravages the island of Minorca, 584.
-, -, the Emperor's manifesto against, 153.
-, -, his secretary and agent in France, 577.
-, -, no one helping against him, except the Pope and the Emperor, 577.
-, -, instructions to Doria about, and his fleet of galleys, 65, p. 189.
Barbary, coast of, invaded by Charles, 597.
Barbic (Warwick castle), in the North, 235.
Barbon (Jean), sec. of the du. of Albany, and his agent in Scotland, 431.
Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, 384.
-, Charles going to, 374 note, 409, 411.
-, ready to embark for the Tunis expedition, 448, 459, 474, 479, 491, 623.
-, letters dated from, 159.
Bari, in Naples.
-, du. of, .. Sforza (Francesco).
Barnes (Dr. Anthony),
Bartelet (Dr.——), Henry's first physician, attends Mary on her illness, 343, 436, 440–1, 540–1.
-, ex-chancellor More in correspondence with, 75.
Basilea (Basle), Imp. city on the Rhine, 310.
Bath and Wells, bp. of, .. Stillington, 66.
Baure, Mr. de, .. Rupt and Waury.
-, the two dukes of, 368, 403.
-, (Albert), son of William duke of, married to the daughter of Ferdinand, king of the Romans, 272, 322–3.
-, -, book written in defence of, and against Papal authority, 1.
-, -, his son Albert married to the daughter of the king of the Romans, 272, 322–3 note.
-, (Ludwig or Louis), brother of William I., 368.
Bave, one of Granvelle's deciphering clerks, 520 note.
Bazan (D. Alvaro de), Spanish admiral, in command at Naples, 384, 482.
Beamont, Beamonte (D. Tristan de), a Spaniard sent by Clement to visit his niece Catherina de' Medici, 6.
-, Philip, landgrave of Hesse, visits Francis at, 39.
Beaulieu, co. Southampton, Mary living at, (?) 11, 27, 83, 95.
Beaumont, co. de, .. Montmorency.
Bedingfield, Bedyngfeld, Sir Edmund, steward of queen
Belguez, Berghes, .. Berghen op Zoom.
-, -, in London with the admiral of France (Dec. 1534), 338–9.
-, -, sent to Germany by Francis I., 5, 44–5, 391, 403–4, 451, 473.
-, -, -, a second time, 515.
-, -, to Switzerland, 582.
Bellay (Jean du), bp. of Paris and card. (1535); sent by Francis to Rome, 3, 5, 18–9, 60, 82, 93, 116.
-, -, arrives (Feb. 1534), 48.
-, -, declares in Consistory the object of his mission, 48–51.
-, -, Clement's answer to, 48, 50–1.
-, -, in Germany (?), 99.
-, -, working at Rome in favour of Henry, 92–3, 100–1, 135–6, 138, 153, 161.
-, -, on a mission to Germany, 99.
-, -, proposed for a cardinal's hat, 327.
-, -, said to have befriended the Lutherans, 475.
-, -, made card., 493.
-, -, no longer in favour with Henry, 493.
-, -, expected at Rome, 514.
-, -, arrives there (Oct. 1535), 546.
-, -, -, with new proposals on the part of Henry, 515, 578.
Beltraneja (La), .. Juana.
-, prior of, .. Lawrence.
Bergenroth (Gustav), quoted, 134–5, 138, 279, 619, 626.
Berghen op Zoom, in Holland, 12.
-, governor and burgomaster of, arrive in London (Jan. 1535), 356.
Bernardino (Miçer——), appointed governor of Rome after Clement's death (Oct. 1534), 267.
Berne, canton of, in Switzerland, 310.
Besançon, in Burgundy, 84.
-, officer of, .. Bonvalot.
Bernhardus (Dominus), .. Mellent.
Bles, .. Blois.
Betoun (David), abbot of Abirbrothok (Abbroth?), nephew of James abp. of St. Andrewes, Scotch ambassador to France, 53, 135, 613.
-, (James), abp. of St. Andrew's; commission to be procured at Rome against, 23, 613.
Beures, Bevres, sieur de, .. Bourgogne.
Bevall, charterhouse of, prior of, .. Lawrence.
Bilney (Thomas), sentenced to death (1532?), 36.
Bishops, English, disputing with the German doctors (Dec. 1534) on matters of Faith, 340.
-, Spanish, presentation at Rome of, 193.
Bisignano, prince of; eldest daughter of the, to be married to Paul III.'s grandson, 409, 450.
Black Band, Germans in Italy called the, 119.
Blanche Rose, .. Pole (Richard de la).
Blois, in Loire et Cher (France), k. Francis going to, 134.
Blosio (——), Clement's secretary, 123.
Blount (William), lord Mountjoye, (d. 8 Nov. 1534).
Bolans, Bolena, Boulans, .. Boleyn.
Boleyn (Alice), widow of Sir Thomas Clere of Ormesby (d. 1538), 34.
-, -, sister of the earl of Wiltshire, ibid.
-, -, mistaken for her sister (lady Anne Shelton), 34, 129, 329, 458, 465.
-, (Anne), queen of Henry VIII., called by the Imperialists "the King's concubine.".
-, -, setting up Henry against his daughter Mary, 13.
-, -, reported to be again "enceinte," 18.
-, -, will soon induce the King to become a Lutheran as she herself is, 60.
-, -, instigating Henry to take up Francis' part against the Emperor, 117–18.
-, -, said to have incurred Henry's displeasure owing to various causes, 260.
-, -, and principally to his having bestowed his affections on Jane Seymour, ibid., 264.
-, -, the report disbelieved by Sylva, 268.
-, -, much disliked by the English nobility owing to her overbearing temper and manners, 293–5.
-, -, in secret understanding with some women of Mary's household to have her poisoned, 294–5.
-, -, visits Mary at Richmond, 299.
-, -, Henry begins to be tired of (Oct. 1534), 311, 320–22.
-, -, abuses Norfolk in the Royal chamber, 355.
-, -, -, who, in going out of it, calls her all manner of opprobrious names, ibid.
-, -, Henry occasionally angry with, 344.
-, -, jealous of Jane Seymour, 344.
-, -, slights the admiral of France at a party, 376.
-, -, bribes a man to say that he has had a revelation, namely, that she will not conceive children as long as the Queen and Princess are alive (March 1535), 433.
-, -, were she to know the familiar terms on which Chapuys and Cromwell are, she would cause them some annoyance, 484.
-, -, -, having told the latter that she would like to see his head off his shoulders, ibid.
-, -, entertains Henry at her house, 493.
-, -, asks the French ambassadors to visit her daughter Elizabeth, 551.
-, -, thinking of nothing short of putting the Queen and the Princess to death, 571.
-, -, the King not daring to contradict her, the danger is imminent, 571.
-, -, tells Henry that Mary will be the cause of her death unless she gets rid of her beforehand, 573.
-, -, her aunts, .. Clere (Alice), Shelton (Lady Anne).
-, (George), viscount Rocheford, son of the earl of Wiltshire (Thomas), and brother of queen Anne, on a mission to France with FitzWilliam, the treas. (Apr. 1534), 114, 132, 150, 229.
-, -, returning to England (May 1534), 152–3, 155.
-, -, said to have brought unpleasant news from the court of France, 224.
-, -, -, besides that of the postponement of the interview of the two Kings at Calais, ibid.
-, -, his wife, the viscountess (Jane Parker), dismissed from Court, 280, 344.
-, -, a deputy to the Calais conferences in the room of Cromwell, who declines the appointment (May 1535), 452.
-, -, present at the execution of the Carthusian friars (May 1535), 453.
-, -, in Calais with the duke of Norfolk, 465.
-, -, returns suddenly to England (15 May 1535), 476.
-, -, has a long conference with his sister (Anne), who shows her discontent at the turn the conferences are taking, 478.
-, -, purposely detained in London by Cromwell, in the hope that the Emperor will in the meantime agree to Henry's terms, 483.
-, (Mary), sister of Anne; widow of Sir William Cary; married (1534) to Sir William Stafford; also called Mary Rochford and Mary Cary, 344.
-, (Thomas), earl of Wiltshire, father of Anne; in a deputation to Mary (14 July, 1534), 207.
-, -, present, with other courtiers, at the execution of the Carthusians, 453.
-, -, the King angry with, and with Norfolk, for not answering the defence made by prior Houghton at their trial, 472.
-, -, his embassy to Charles, at Bologna, in 1530, alluded, 479.
Bologna, treaty of (1529), alluded, 6, 9, 282, 593.
-, -, the second (1533), 282.
-, the General Council to meet at, or Parma, 448.
-, the earl of Wiltshire's embassy to, in 1530, alluded, 554.
Bona, in Africa (Hippo Regia), said to have been taken by Barbarossa, 564.
Bonnard, .. Bonner.
Bonner (Dr. Edmund) to accompany the deputies to Marseilles, 472, 622.
-, -, sent on a mission to Lubeck, 541.
Bonvalot, Bonvallot (François), prior and treas. of Besançon, sec. to the Imperial embassy in France, 103, 132, 186, 200, 247.
-, -, on a mission to Switzerland, 85, 145, 192, 377, 448, 496.
Books, tracts, &c., escheator of the Privy Council (1534), i.
-, one against the Pope sent by Henry to Francis in Feb. 1534, 59.
-, another against Clement and the Holy See, printed in London with Henry's permission, 93.
-, copy of, sent by Chapuys to Praët (March 1534); 93.
Borgho (Antonio de Pulleo, baron del), a Sicilian; papal Nuncio in England (1530–3), alluded, 18.
-, -, son of, about to be appointed Nuncio to Spain, 106.
Boscan (Juan), the poet, Obras de, 618 note.
Bossa, in Sardinia, bpc. of, 216.
-, -, applied for, by advocate Aragonia for a brother of his, ibid.
Bourbon (Antoine de), du. of Vendôme, 55 note, 135, 567, 586, 615–6.
-, (Antoine de), father of king Henri IV., 616.
-, (Antoinette de), du. of Guise, 134.
-, (Charle de), d. 25 March 1537; 133, 432, 586, 616.
-, (Charle du. de), the constable (d. 1526), alluded, 618 note.
-, (Charle), card. of, fourth son of the du. of Vendôme (Charle), 539.
-, (François de), co. of St. Pol, 302.
-, (Marguerite de), daughter of the du. of Vendôme (Charle), 539, 567, 616.
-, (Renée), du. of Lorraine, wife of the duke Antoine "le Bon," 237 note.
Bourbonnais, duchy of, in France; proposed to Sforza in exchange for Milan, 274.
Bourdeaux (Bordeaux), in France; Henry's provision of wine from, 262.
-, English merchants detained at, and their merchandise seized, 571.
-, bp. of, .. Gramont.
Bourgogne (Adolphe de), sieur de Beures, 311, 613.
-, county of, .. Burgundy.
Bourges, card. bp. of, .. Tournon.
Bowmen or archers, English; a number of, sent to the North, 540.
Bows and arrows, store of, at the Tower, 540.
Bradford (William), quoted, 166 note.
Bragadino (Lorenço), Venetian amb. at Rome, 626 note.
Brandenburg (marq. or margrave Joachim de), (d. 1535), a staunch Catholic, 533.
-, John George), son of the preceding (1535–71,) 533.
Brandon (Charles), du of Suffolk, 15, 249, 299, 302, 534, 569, 600.
-, -, refuses the government of Ireland, 263.
-, -, (Henry his son, earl of Lincoln); death of (March 1534), 83.
Bratciano (Bracciano), in Romagna; abbey of, disputed, 259.
Bravo (Sancho), of the Emperor's chamber; sent on a mission to Rome, 351, 358.
Bresse, the county of, in Burgundy, 394.
Bretagne, duchy of, 304.
-, duke, .. Valois (François de).
Breve, one exhortatory addressed by Clement to Henry (Oct. 1534).
-, another comminatory from Paul to the same, through the medium of k. Francis (Oct. 1535), 546.
Brewer (Dr.), Int. vii.
Brez (?), Milord, 413.
Brian, Briant, Bryan (Master and Sir Francis), his quarrel with Rocheford, 344.
-, -, to visit king Francis in Henry's name (Nov. 1535), 571.
Brianturc, .. Tuke (Sir Brian).
Briceño (lic. Geronimo), auditor of the Chancery of Granada, "asistente" or "corregidor" of Seville (1532–37), 496.
Briduel (Bridwell), French ambassadors generally lodged at the palace of, 511.
Brigandines (?) made of tortoise-shell and mother-of-pearl; presented by the Venetian secretary to the duke of Norfolk, Fitz William, and others (March 1534), 74.
Brion, sieur do, .. Chabot.
Brinon (Jean), seigneur de Villaines d'Humières, in France, chancellor of the duchy of Alençon, 470.
Bristol, in the North; Spanish and Flemish vessels embargoed at, for the passage of English troops to Ireland, 262.
-, k. Henry going to, 520.
Britanny, trea. of, .. Gontier.
Brown (Dr. George), an Augustinian friar; appointed by Henry general of the Mendicant Friars in England, 131.
Bruges, in Flanders, Jaques of, 377, 380.
Buckingham (Edward, du. of); execution of, alluded, 504.
Buda, in Hungary; report of Georgio Gritti having been killed at, (Oct. 1534), 275.
Bugden in Huntingdonshire; Katharine at, 4, 548 note.
Bulls, Papal, for Toledo; Clement discontented at Charles' application for them, 138.
-, one granting to Venice the tithe on all ecclesiastic property to be expended in war against the Turk, 139.
-, of deprivation against Henry; draft of, procured by Sylva and sent to the Emperor, 565–6.
-, said to have been so worded that it seemed an act of the Apostolic See, by motu proprio of Paul, not at Katharine's instance, ibid.
-, Francis unwilling to help to its execution, being on more friendly terms than ever with king Henry (Dec. 1535), 581–2.
Burgaen, Burgonas, family of the, in Wales, .. Abergavenny.
Burgio, .. Borgho.
Burgos, card. bp. of, .. Mendoza.
Burgundy, county of, 311, 384, 393.
-, marshal and president of, 310, 539 .. Marmier(?).
-, Francis going to, 134.
-, count Furstenberg to enlist 6,000 Germans, and keep them in readiness on the frontier of (Dec. 1535), 580.
Bussy, Mr. de, 536.
-, -, his castle (Bussy-Rabutin?); taken by Francis (Sept. 1535), 536–7.
Buttes, Butts, Dr. William, Henry's physician, sent to attend on his daughter Mary, 440–1.
Butler (Piers), earl of Ormond and Ossory, 248, 301.
Buxton, in Derby; letter dated at, 252.