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

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1899

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'Index: B', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 7: 1544 (1899), pp. 500-501. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=88194 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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Bar, duchess of, (Christina of Denmark widow of the last Sforza Duke of Milan) her interference deprecated, 51, 106.

Barbarossa, at Toulon, 57, 84, 90,

his demands 156;

depredations on the Mediterranean, 431.

Barbary, the destination of captured French ships, 12.

Bar le Due, (called Vari), 265, 269, 270, 291.

Bar or Var de Lorena, see Bar le Due.

Barron, Baptist, jeweller to the duke of Suffolk, 225.

Bazan, Don Alvaro de, commander of the Spanish Fleet, 156.

Bayonne, 344.

Beer for the English fleet, 406, 423.

Bellay, Cardinal Jean du, archbishop of Paris, ambassador of Francis I., to Henry VIII., 331, 352,

his hot temper, 355, 358, 359, 360; 365, 378, 427,

offended at detention, 381; 389, 393, 399,

harshness of conditions offered to, 406; 410, 411, 419,

joint letter to the Bishop of Arras, 420,

letters from him, 421, 422, 423;

expected letters from him, 424; 425, 426,

again sent to Henry VIII., 437; 450.

Belgian sutlers, ill used by English soldiers, 482, 462.

Belgrade, defeat of the Turks near, 269.

Belsero or Belcar, a banker, 375.

Bergamo, to be ceded to the Turks by the Venetians, 63.

Bertenville, Sieur de (written Bertheville and Brentville), 298, 327.

Bertor, Thomas, factor, at Camphers, 208,

Berwick on-Tweed castle, 157.

Beton, Cardinal David, of St. Andrews, the Douglasses join his party, 115,

at siege of Leith, 136, 141, 147, 148, 149,

plan to free the state prisoners, 150,

retreats, 150, 151, 158, 167,

plan to fly to France, 186;

under English power, 188,

his retirement, 261.

Beuren (or Buren), Count, Fiona D'Egmont, a general, services offered to Henry VIIL, 30, 32,

his levy, 48, 72, 118–120,

his subsidy, 52, 76, 80, 86, 99, 117, 126, 205, 288, 240,

cost to Charles V., 257; 279, 281, 303, 308,

his letter mentioned, 322, 364,

thanked and praised by Henry, 368, 376, 382,

thanks continued, 382, 385, 387, 395;

fêted, 418.

Bèvres, or Beures, Admiral de, and the fleet of the Low Countries, 31,

his ship taken, 61; 62;

expediting war ships, 169;

to be courteously treated, 170, 181,

instructions to, 185; 196; 201;

arrives in the Downs, 207.

Biez or Bietz, Marshal, Oudard, Governor of Boulogne, letter to, from Master Halle, 87,

affidavit of, on desire of Francis I., for peace with England, 89, 90,

referred to, 104, 105, 114,

mis trusted in regard to St. Martin, 145,

leaves Montreuil, 262?, 264, 277; 295,

letter to Francis I., 323.

Bohemia, financial liberality of, 110,

attacked by Francis I., 304.

Boissy,—de, 268.

Bonner, Edmund, Bishop of London and exambassador to Charles V., 8, 65,

given custody of Boscho, the armourer, 135.

Bordeaux, 7.

Bothwell, countess of, deserted by her husband, 64.

-, earl of, deserts his wife in order to marry the dowager Queen of Scots, 64.

Bos, or Boscho, Octavien or Ottavio, a Milanese armourer, suspected of treason and examined at Calais, 135, 144, 153,

result of examination, 161, 162, 168, 169,

attempts escape, 172,

further examined, 180, 185, 250, 255, 256,

convicted and sent to England, 188, 196, 198, 201, 207, 213, 226, 230.

Boulogne, the governor of, see Vervins or Verbus.

-, see Biez, 90, 104, 173, 174,

English camp before, 242, 244, 248, 250, 255, 258, 262, 263,

the lower town fired, 264, 276,

Henry VIII. besieges in person, 270, 273, 276, 277,

leaves his camp, 278, 279, 280;

Framozelle at, 281. 283–285, 290, 314, 315; 286, 288, 295, 304, 311, 313–317, 318, 322, 324, (325), 330, 335, 431, 433,

offered as security to Henry VIIL, 338, 340, 880, 381, 387,

city surrenders to the English, 341, 342, 346, 351, 353, 355, 363, 366, 372, 373, 433; 385, 362, 368, 369, 376, 377, 385, 386,

Henry VIII. renounces his claims to, 393, 403; 408, 409,

not specified in the treaty between Charles V. and Henry VIII., 395, 401, 405, 408, 442,

still claimed by the latter, 412, 414, 419; 426, 431,

besieged anew by the French, 412, 435, 436; 441–443, 448, 449,

objects of Henry VIII. in this war, 450, 452, 453, 458, 460, 461.

Boullonois district, 145, 165;

invaded by Henry VIII., 176, 390,

his rights in it renounced, 393,

not France proper, 249.

Brabant invaded by duke of Clèves, 61;

horses of, 98; 177,

coinage of, 249.

Brabançor, the Sieur de, and Bos, 168.

Bracamonte, Capt. Castañoso de, wounded at Commersi, 270.

Brandenburgh, Marquis Albert de, 219, 348.

Bredenarde, see Oudenarde.

Breton sailors for the French fleet, 119.

Briant (or Bryant) the Sieur de (Sir Francis), an ambassador of Henry VIII. to Charles V., 3, 4, 19, 65, 407.

Brienne, count de, taken prisoner at Ligny, 244; 272, 375.

Brittany, sailors from, 1, 121; 152.

Broke, Richard of the “Subtellis” takes a post at Inchgarvie, 140, 148, 158.

Bruce, King Robert, of Scotland, 35.

Brunestoune, (variously spelled), Lord of (Alexander Crichton) at siege of Leith, 138,

wounded, 1.39,

parleys with Hertford, 140, 148, 157.

Brunswick, Duke of, 113.

Brussels, see also Boscho, the Fuggers, Landenberger, &c. 4, 5, 6, 8, 13, 51, 56; 66, 87, 107, 125, 131, 155, 166, 169, 181, 187, 198, 200, 201, 209, 222, 242, 243, 252, 255, 256, 287, 310, 313, 325, 334, 335, 345, 377, 394, 397, 401, 409, 413, 418,

conference at, 429, 436, 437, 441–443, 446, 447; 453, 454, 474.

Bull, the Papal, concerning appointment of bishops, Spanish protest against, 2.

-, - concerning New Christians in Portugal, disliked, 455, 456.

Burgos, 156.

Burgundians, 173.

Burgundy, duchy of, claimed by Germany 259, 275, 306; 331, 435, 475, 485.

Byon (or Ryon) Monsieur de, arrives in the English camp, 309, 316.



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