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

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1899

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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 7: 1544 (1899), pp. 506-508. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=88198 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Faroese, Cardinal Alessandro, grandson of Pope Paul III., 1,

sent as Papal Legate to Charles V. and Francis I., 13, 20, 24–29, 44, 50, 51, 66, 59, 68, 105–107, 155;

-, proposed marriage of his sister with the Duke of Orleans, 60, 454, 464, 465, 471, 474.

Ferdinand of Aragon, his relations with France, 483.

Fernando, Don. See Gonzaga.

Fife, Lord, at Calais, 261.

Figueroa, Gomez Suarez de, Ambassador of Charles V. in Genoa, 56,

plenary powers accorded to, 125;

on Barbarossa's exorbitance, 156.

Fishing truce desired for French, German, and English fishermen, 143,

also Scotch, 144. Henry VIII.'s view, 161, 167, 168, 180, 191, 193, 195.

Flanders, See also Netherlands (or Low Countries), Antwerp;

Brussels, &c.;

Flemish mares;

herring-trade;

Safe-conducts;

-, Horses, &c. from, 98, 123, 124, 126, 131–133, 190, 197, 239–242, 247, 249, 309,

finally dismissed, 386;

-, contribution to the cost of the war with France, 110, 229, 235,

suffering caused by the war, 293, 418;

French invasion, 305;

army of, 331;

French troops in, 385, 386, 394, 395, 405, 408, 409, 431–433.

Flemish mares for England, 211, 217, 228–231, 237.

Florence, Duke of, 125.

-, city, 484, 492.

Fontainbleau, 144.

Forth, river, 140, 158.

Fouquerole or Fourquerolles de —, quoted on the possible peace with England, 174.

Framozelles, Sieur de, envoy of Francis I. to Henry VIII, 253, 255, 280–287, 290, 294, 295, 298, 302, 304, 310, 314–316, 328.

France, admiral of. See Chabot and d'Hannebault.

France and the French. See Fishing truce;

Francis I.;

Herring-trade, &c., &c.

-, French trade and traders, 8, 10, 11,

their ships taken at Guernsey, 11; 23, 34;

other ships taken at Southampton, 37.

-, -, proposals for a marriage with Princess Mary of England, 37.

-, -, fleet fitting out, 65, 72, 78, 118, 119, 121,

privateers, 257, 82, 146.

-, -, loyalty of the nation, 203.

-, -, invasion of viâ Perpignan discussed, 375.

-, -, French troops in Flanders after the peace of Crepy, 385, 386, 394, 395, 405, 408, 409, 431, 462,

elsewhere, 388.

-, -, attack on Boulogne feared, 386, 401,

and carried out, 436, 442–444.

-, -, depredations in Spain, 477;

treaty of peace with Spain, 478.

-, hostages with Charles V., 317, 361, 418.

-, mercenaries for, 43, 64, 70, 90, 96, 119, 121, 174, 218, 235, 236, 277, 285, 314, 330, 377.

-, -, people, alleged characteristics of, 27, 97, 163, 176, 181, 199, 207, 317, 335, 384, 483, 487.

-, -, sailors of, in Barbarossa's fleet, 85.

-, -, Turkish fleet on the coast of France, 39.

Francis I., King of France, See du Bellay;

d'Hannebaut;

Orleans, &c. &c, 83, 111, 175, 192, 222, 223, 233, 296, 299, 331, 332, 334, 373, 415, 418, 445.

-, affidavits of his heralds, 70, 76.

-, sends agents to Scotland and Ireland, 17, 83.

-, sends agents to Switzerland for troops, 235, 236, 246, 277, 314.

-, sends presents to Queen Dowager of Hungary, 134.

-, - to King Henry VIII., 134, 176.

-, his bad faith, 88, 114, 259, 301, 317.

-, relations with Charles V., at war with him, 1, 56,

plans of Charles V. and Henry VIII. against, 15, 16,

his army, 113, 119, 121, 129, 203, 218, 231, 235, 236, 244, 277, 314.

-, makes overtures of peace to Charles V., 20;

his duplicity concerning, 284;

Charles V.'s only conditions, 25, 304–307, 315, 316,

is sounded on the subject, 272;

the Orleans marriages and dowers, 278, 282, 292, 298, 299, 329. 337, 338, 369, 413, 474–476,

discussed by Philip of Spain, 479, ad finem;

sends ambassador, 320, 327, 335,

a separated peace, not including Henry VIII., proposed, 328;

other proposals, 329; 339, 340;

peace of Crepy concluded, 345;

News of the peace, 346, 347, 350, 352, 362, 363, 368, 370, 371, 374, 377, 384,

“King Francis' offers,” 389–392,

Charles informs Henry of the peace, 392,

Wotton's views, 412–415,

Charles V.'s defence of his actions, 415–419;

the peace criticised at the conferences, 429, 431, 482, 436, 437, 441–443;

Henry VIII.'s protest, 443,

Charles V.'s replies, 444–445, 445–446, 447–453,

statement by Charles V. at Crepy on the Orleans marriages, 474, 478.

-, -, relations with Christian III., 17, 33.

-, -, his forces, 320, 330, 342; 345, 349, 366, 373,

refused passage through Charles V.'s dominions, 338, 394, 395, 406, 408, 409; 401,

after Crepy, 412; 463.

-, -, and the peace with Henry VIII. overtures to him, 88–90, 104–107' Henry's reply, 113, 134, 145, 162, 163, 176, 185,

Francis sends Framozelles 253,

his direct proposals to Henry VIII., 254, 259, 260, 272, 273,

Imperial views on, 274; 275, 283, 284, 286, 288, 292, 294,

Henry's reply, 295;

further views of Charles V., 298, 304–307, 310, 314, 315, 316, 318,

offers an embassy, 320;

Henry's articles for the peace, 325, 327, 353, 359;

the French ambassadors detained, 354, 356, 359, 381, 418; 360, 361, 363, 365, 366, 378, 379;

the crux, Boulogne, 380–382, 388,

was offered to England, 389, 395, 396, 403, 436, 438, 441;

his offers and Henry's reply, 389–392, 393–394;

further negotiations, 397, 398–399, 400–411;

Wotton on, to Charles V., 412–415;

Charles V.'s reply, 415–419, 420, 421, 425, 428;

the conference on, 429, 436–437;

articles concerning which the ambassadors desire Henry's explanation, 440, 441,

conferences contioued, 441, 423,

Henry's protest, 444,

and Charles V.'s reply, 444–445, 445–446, 447, 453.

-, -, illness of, 268.

-, imprisonment after Pavia, 259, 359, 436.

-, proposed invasion of English territories, 96, 118, 121, 152, 153, 174;

effected, 444, 462.

-, in relation to Italian politics (See Cerisoles), 30, 44, 68, 90, 156, 203, 218, 220, 223, 236, 244, 254, 275, 305–307.

-, letters to or from:

-, letter to Charles V. after the peace of Crepy, 389.

-, letter to Henry VIII., 253.

-, letter referred to, 164.

-, -, reply referred to, 164.

-, -, summarized, 165.

-, -, referred to again, 176, 185, 281.

-, -, the reply cited, 283, 284, 298.

-, another sent per Lavigne, 316; 320.

-, letter from Henry VIII., 295.

-, letter to his ambassadors quoted, 353.

-, - from de Bietz, 323.

-, overtures to the Queen-Dowager of Hungary, 134, 143, 144, 161, 168, 180, 191.

-, visited by the Lorraines, 296, 298, 299.

-, relations with the Lutherans of Germany, 27, 50.

-, his relations with the Pope (Paul III.), a legate sent to him, 1, 13, 20, 24, 56;

seeks absolution, 17, 34 110;

rumours of active aid from him, 27, 51, 69, 96, 97; 155, 447, 471.

-, Shickengen, 119, 120.

-, he tampers with the German levies, 212.

-, his relations with the Scotch, 17, 32, 159, 165, 220, 245, 274, 284;

his Scotch body-guard, 220, 245.

-, disputed territory and towns of, 248, 249.

-, his relations with the Turks, 17, 27, 34, 165;

joins fleets with theirs, 40, 154, 155, 305; 57, 84, 90, 110, 166, 176, 260;

after Crepy, 328, 329, 369, 381, 459–461, 471, 488, 491.

Frederick I. King of Denmark, first Duke of Holstein, 95.

Frederick, Duke Palatine, declared Elector, 113.

Friesland, threatened Danish invasion of, 43.

Fuggers, the, bankers of Brussels, 56;

their security desired by Shicken'gen, 92, 101, 375.

Furstenburg (Count Guillaume de), commander of the German infantry, 116,

ordered to advance, 130,

wounded at Vitry, 269.



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