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Pascual de Gayangos and Martin A. S. Hume (editors)

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1899

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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 7: 1544 (1899), pp. 499-500. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=88193 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Abbeville, 314, 320.

Abstract of Letters from England, with news of Scotland, 144,

news from Scotland, 149.

Account of what passed on the 29th of Oct. between Messieurs le Praët et De Granvelle on one side the English Ambassadors on the other at the Conference held by them on the Tuesday preceding, 429.

Acuña, Vares de, 156.

Admiralty, the English, and the safe conduct, 73, 133, 181.

Admiral of France, See Chabot & d'Hannebault.

Advices of the taking of St. Disier by the Imperial Army, 265.

-, from France, 348.

Affidavit of Mons. de Biez, 89.

Africa, 37.

Agreement of Henry VIII. with Gonzaga for the war with France, 15, 16, 42, 51, 98, 153, 155–6, 195, 218, 234, 259, 271, 334, 416, 430, 448, 451, 452, 457, 458.

Aguilar, Marquis de, Don Juan Manrique, 58, 154,

said to have taken Carcasonne, 269,

proposed invasion of France by, 375.

-, Ensign Phelipe de, wounded at St. Disier, 266.

Aix, 183, 184.

Alba, the Duke of, and the governorship of Milan, 342–3;

his views on the Orleans marriage question, 489, 492–3.

Alburquerque, Duke of (Don Beltran II. de la Cueva) arrives, 84;

persona grata in England, 108, 109;

his presence with English army desired, 112, 119, 121, 126,

permission to accompany it granted, 127, 131, 153,

invited to Privy Council meeting, 182;

his doubts as to staying with Henry VIII., 226; 251, 279, 280, 288, 322, 355,

advises detention of the envoys, 356; 363, 376.

Alcobaza, or Alcaçoba, ecclesiastical affair, 439, 440.

Alps, 329, 470.

Ambassadors of Charles V. in Genoa, see Figueroa.

-, to Henry VIII., see Arras;

Chapuys;

Courrières;

Delft;

Granvelle;

Lè Praet;

Tourcoign.

-, to Rome, see Aguilar and Vega.

-, to Venice, see Mendoza (Don Diego).

-, Danish, to Charles V., see Oldenburgh.

-, English, to Charles V., see Bonner;

Briant;

Gardiner;

Hertford;

Paget;

Wotton.

-, -, to the Netherlands, see Carnea Layton.

-, and envoys of Francis I. to Henry VIII., see du Bellay;

Framozelles;

Raymond, &c.

-, French, to Charles V., see d'Hannebaut;

Morette.

-, of Portugal at Rome, 155.

-, of Scotland to Charles V., 33, 62.

-, Spanish to Portugal, see Mendoza, (Luis Hurtado).

-, Turkish, at Venice, 91.

-, of Venice to Henry VIII., 119, 121.

Amiens, French join Dauphins army at, 307, 308.

Andalusia, 494.

Angus, earl of (Archibald Douglas), called “Count Douglas,” his attitude doubtful, 21, 22, 115,

his sons favourable to England, 135;

in prison, 150, 152;

proposed marriage of his daughter with Lennox, 206,

effected, 221, 224, 245.

Anonymous letter from an Englishman on the war with France, 173.

Answer of the Lieutenants and Captains of the German Band under Landenberg to Queen Mary of Hungary, 232.

Antenory, Alexander, his herring ships seized, 5, 7.

Anthona, see Southampton.

Antwerp, (see also Bos or Boscho), trade of, 7, 22,

Lutheranism in, 39; 144, 162, 169, 172,

financial operations at, 179, 187, 189, 193, 223; 190, 202, 210, 279, 298.

Aquileia, the Patriarch of (Gremani), 34, 83, 111.

Aquitaine, 326.

Aragon, High Commander of, (presumably Urries) 47, see also Cobos.

-, Vice-Chancellor of, 480, 489.

-, -, 494.

Archipelago, the, defence of by the Turks, 90.

Ardelot, see Hardelot.

Ardres, French re-victual the fort, 43, 48, 49,

not in France proper, 249,

offered as security to Henry VIII., 284, 338, 340, 393, 449,

French troops assemble at, 385; 425.

Argyll, earl of, suitor to Dowager Queen of Scots, 64.

Arran, earl of, Regent of Scotland, a suitor to the Queen-Dowager, 64;

besieges Dumbarton, 101;

his illness, 135, 152;

at the siege of Leith, 136, 138, 147, 148, 150; 158,

defeated by Lennox, 186, 245,

signatory of letter on behalf of Mary to Charles V., 443.

Arras, Antoine Perrenot, bishop of, (afterwards Cardinal Granvelle), ambassador of Charles V. to Henry VIII., his instructions from Charles V., 327,

sent to Henry VIII., 335, 336, 340, 341, 345, 352–355,

loses his temper, 359, 360; 364–366, 370, 378, 379, 381, 383, 388, 392;

dines with Duke of Norfolk, 425; 426, 430, 433–435, 441, 446, 448–450, 461.

-, letters to and from; Charles V.'s letters of commendation of, 394–397

-, letters with resident ambassadors to Charles V., 398, 404, 409.

-, Chapuys' good opinion of, 401,

Henry VIII.'s, 416, 417; 402, 403, 407, 413, 414.

-, letter to Henry VIII., 436.

-, letter to d'Hannebaut, 409.

-, letters from him, 410–412.

-, letter to him, 419.

-, letter to Admiral of France, 419.

-, letter from Cardinal du Bellay and President Raymond, 420.

-, letter to Cardinal du Bellay and President Raymond, 421.

-, letter to Cardinal du Bellay, 422.

-, joint letter to the Emperor, 422.

Articles of Peace proposed by Charles V., 304.

-, for the Peace between the king of England and Francis I., 325.

Artois, 89,

horses in, 98; 249.

Astertain, see Hartzenstein.

Aubespine, Claude d', Secretary to Francis I., at Crepy, 346, 347,

sent to his master 352–354, 358, 861, 393.

Aubigny, Count d', brother of the earl of Lennox, 206, 220, 245.

Augsburg, bankers of, 193.

-, bishop of, (afterwards cardinal), Otto Truchses, 466.

Auxerre, viscounty of, 306.

Avenes, 56.

Avila y Zuñiga, Don Luis de, his mission to Henry VIII., 13, 14, 16, 18, 28, 154; 47, 56.

Ayre, 183.

Azores, Portuguese fleet for, 375.



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