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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan: 1385-1618 (1912), pp. 663-670. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92326 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Abbeville, Habevila, Bevilla, Builla [Somme, France], 554, 573.
-, Maletta at, 109; Charles the Bold at, 167; English troops at, 197.
-, despatches dated from, 113, 114, 171, 549, 555.

Abbruscho, 100.

Abingdon, abbot of. See Sant, John.

Abrureton, captain, 227.

Acciaiolo, Acciayolo, Aciaiuolo, Angelo:
-, letter to Duke of Milan, 15.

-, Donato, Florentine ambassador:

letters to, 201, 212.

-, Roberto, papal nuncio in France:

tries to stop Auditor, 467.

Accolti, Pietro degli, Cardinal Archbishop of Ravenna:
-, protector of James V of Scotland, 538.

Acres, earl of. See Dacre, Thomas, lord.

Adeliamus, Lewis, 621.

Adhiebi, Edward, 621.

Adiscot. See Woodstock.

Admiral, Lord High. See Howard. Edward; Howard, Thomas II,

Adolph, Duke of Cleves, 90n.

-, -, Catherine daughter of, 90n.

Adorno, Prospero, 104.

Adrian VI, Pope (Adrian of Utrecht):
-, to be invited to head league, 442.

Adriano, Messer. See Castello, Adrian di.

Aeron, (?) Heron, John, merchant of London:
-, flees to Beaulieu with Warbeck, 329; induces Warbeck to sue for pardon, 330; knew Warbeck impostor, 331.

Agents. See Ambassadors.

Agincourt [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, battle of, 359n.

Agramonte, Cardinal. See Grammont, Gabriel de.

Agrippa, Grippa, Martino, secretary of Nuncio Gambara, 449, 450, 452, 468, 470.
-, Scarpinello recommends to Sforza, 499; letter to Riccio. 514.

Ahani. See Ham.

Aid. See Subsidy.

Aigues Vives [Loir et Cher, France]:
-, abbey of, despatch dated at, 160.

Airlie, Earl of. See Ogilvy.

Ala, Aloisio de, Messer, 292.

Albanians, 437.

Albany, Duke of. See Stuart, John.

Albert of Austria, Duke:
-, ambassadors to pope, 20.

Albert, Archduke of Austria, 627, 643.
-, Jesuit representations to, against Benedictines, 617; gives money to Creswell, 659.

Albert Achilles, Margrave of Brandenburg:
-, ally of emperor, 180.

Albert Animosus, Duke of Saxony:
-, besieges Sluys, 290; not sending ambassador to England, 318.

Albert. See Herbert.

Albi, Bishop of. See Geoffroy, John.

Albich, Albick, Eucharius, executor of Richard Heron:
-, claims dowry of Lucia Visconti, 248, 268, 274, 276.

Albonensi, Tullio, 588.

Albrense, Cardinal. See Geoffroy John, Bishop of Arras.

Alciato, Francesco, Cardinal, 594.

Alencon, Duchess of. See Margaret of France.

-, Duke of. See John V, de Belleme.

Alessandria [Prov. Alessandria, Italy], 212, 413, 523, 545.
-, letters dated at, 60.

-, Bishop of. See Visconti, Pallavicino.

Alessandro, Sig, 524.

Alexander VI (Roderigo Borgia), Pope, 296, 302, 315, 326.
-, English ambassador gives obedience to, 291; undecided about sending nuncio to England, 295; moans to send to Henry, 297, 310, 345; steps to admit Henry to league, 298–300.
-, French try to prevent Henry helping, 305; member of the league, 308, 309, 334.
-, sends sword and cap of maintenance to Henry, 309; excommunicates Cornish rebels, 324.
-, urged to attack France, 321, 351; ally of Henry, 332; Gratialas urged to send to England, 336.
-, regrets Henry not better disposed, 342; sends embassy to France and England, 349.
-, says Henry denies league, 351; does not want Corneto to go to England, 353.
-, league with France, 357; Louis XII expects to be deceived by, 362; against France, 373.

Alexandria, Egypt:
-, mart for spices, 338.

Alexandro, Duke. See Medici, Alessandro de'.

Aleyn, Master John:
-, imprisoned at Warwick castle, 66, 67.

Alfonso of Aragon, 30n.

-, Bishop of Civitatensis, 121n.

Alfonso V, King of Portugal, 192.

Aliprando, Pietro:
-, letters of; 162, 164, 170–172, 204.
-, at Burgundian camp, 162; arrested at Calais, 164; strictures on English, 164, 165, 168; wants employment in Flanders, 169.

Allen, John, Archbishop of Dublin:
-, murdered, 574.

-, William, rector of the English college at Reims, 610.

-, -, -, extracts from letters, 602, 603.

-, -,Cardinal, 631, 634.

Almanzar, 174, 295.

Aloysius, servant of Duke of Milan, 161.

Altaemps, Cardinal. See Sitticus, Mark, de Hohenems.

Alum, rock, 169, 171.

Alviano, Bartolommeo, 414.

Alvyse. See Henry VI, King of England.

Amadeo, Giovanni, jurisconsult, 8.

Amadeus, Duke of Savoy, 186n.

-, VIII, Duke of Savoy:

Margaret, daughter of, 268n.

Amalfi [Prov. Salerno, Italy]:
-, church, 590.

Ambassadors, agents, commissioners, secretaries, papal nuncios, legates, etc.:
-, Albert of Austria, to Pope. See Heimburg, Gregory (1459).
-, Bohemian, to England. See Salamanca (1527).
-, Breton, to Burgundy, 163, 166, 195.
-, Breton, to England, 169, 201, 365.
-, Breton, to France, 165, 171.
-, Burgundian, to England, 132, 164, 332, 335; See also Bruges, Louis de, Lord of Gruthuyse (1472); Rochefort, Guillaume de (1472).
-, Burgundian, to France, 180, 214. See also Neuchatel, Thibaut de.
-, Burgundian, to Scotland, 171. See also, Bardo, George and Vax (1472); Bruges, Louis, Lord of Gruthuyse (1461).
-, Burgundian, to Venice. See Rochefort.
-, Danish, in England (1496), 307.
-, English, to Burgundy. See Bourchier, Henry, Earl of Essex (1463); Kent, Thomas (1463); Neville, George; Sharp, Henry; Taster, Peter, Dean of St. Severin; Wenlok, Sir John; Whitehil, Richard; Wynterbourne, Thomas.
-, English, to the emperor. See Melitone, Dr. (1499); Middleton, Robert (1498); Poyntz. Sir Francis (1527); Stokesley, John (1527); Tyrell, Sir James (1498); Urswick, Christopher (1496). Warham, William (1499).
-, English to Flanders. See Edmondes, Thomas.
-, English, to France, 118, 126, 228, 440. See Benet, Dr. (1532); Boleyn, George, Viscount Rochford (1534); Boleyn, Thomas, Earl of Wilts (1533); Bourchier, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury (1468); Brian, Sir Francis (1530–2, 1537); Dokwra, Thomas (1514); Edmondes, Thomas; Fox, Dr. Edward (1530–1); Gardiner, Stephen (1532); Machado, Roger (1497); Ruthall, Thomas (1498–9); Somerset, Sir Charles (1496–8); Somerset, Charles, Earl of Worcester (1514); Taster, Peter, Dean of St. Severin(1463); Wallop, John (1533); Wenlok. Sir John (1463); West, Nicholas, Dean of Windsor (1514).
-, English, for Hanse negotiations. See Barton, John; Challey, John; Hattecliffe; Rosse, William.
-, English, to Milan. See Carbonario, Gio. Ant. (1489); Carbonario, Christofforo (1496).
-, English, to the Netherlands. See Wingfield, Sir Richard (1513).
-, English, to Rome (1555), 588. See also Benet, William (1532–3); Casale, Gregorio (1527, 1530–4); Doget, John (1479); Ghinucci, Girolamo (1532–3); Gigli, John de (1479, 1490); Gigli, Silvester de (1514); Langton, Thomas (1479, 1485); Lax, John (1460); Penech, Peter (1499); Russel, Sir John (1527); Sant, John, abbot of Abingdon (1479); Sherbourn, Robert (1496); Shirwode, John, Archdeacon of Richmond (1479); Shirwode, John, Bishop of Durham (1492); Tiptoft, John, Earl of Worcester (1462); Williams, David (1490).
-, English, to Scotland. See Warham, William (1498).
-, English, to Spain. See Ghinucci, Girolamo (1526); Lee, Edward (1526).
-, English, to Swiss (1514), 425, 427–29, 433–436.
-, English, to Venice. See Casale, Giovanni Battista.
-, Flemish, to the emperor. See Duvaloni (1493).
-, Flemish, to England. See Bergies, Henry de, Bishop of Cambrai.
-, Florentine. See Acciaiolo, Donato (1475).
-, Florentine, to France. See Pazzi, Cosimo di, Bishop of Arezzo.
-, French, to Burgundy, 94.
-, French, in England, 149, 166, 169, 369, 371. See Austria, Mons. of (1527); Bellay, Jean du, Bishop of Bayonne (1530–1), Bohier, Thomas, general of Normandy (1514); Castelnau, Anton de, Bishop of Tarbes (1536); Cerisay, Guillaume de (1477); Chabot, Philip, Sieur de Brion, admiral of France (1535); Dinteville, John de, Bailly of Troyes (1536); Duras (1496); Grammont Gabriel de (1527, 1531); Guiche, Pierre, Sieur de la (1531); Loise, Petro (1499); Passano, Joan Joachim de (1526–7, 1530–1); Poisieu, Guy de. Archbishop of Vienne (1477); Soliers, Charles de, Sieur de Morette (1526, 1534); Turre, Francis de, Vicomte de Turenne (1527).
-, French, at Milan. See Brosse, Bertrand de (1475); Papacoda, Troyano (1496).
-, French, at Rome, 551, 571. See also Arpajon, Guy, Lord of (1479); Bellay, Jean du, Bishop of Paris (1534); Berberii, John (1479); Grammont, Gabriel de (1531); Hémard, Charles de, Bishop of Macon (1535); Le Roux, Olivier (1468); Merlin, Jean (1475); Morlhon, Antony de, President of Toulouse (1479); Seyssel, Claude de, Bishop of Marseilles (1513); Tornussa, Antony de (1479); Toustain, Louis (1479); Voisins, Jean de, Lord of Ambres (1479).
-, French, to Scotland. See Monypenny, Lord of Concressault (1496); Motte, Charles do Toque de la (1513).
-, French, to Spain. See Chaumont, John de (1526).
-, French, to Venice. See Canossa, Ludovico de, Bishop of Bayonne (1526–7).
-, Genoese, to England. See Lomellino, Stefano, and Spinola, Rafaelo (1421).
-, German, to England (1534), 573.
-, Imperial, in England. See Bouton, Claude (1526); Chapuys, Eustace (1533, 1535); Mendoza, Diego Urtado de (1537); Mendoza, Inigo de (1526–7); Monfalconet (1532); Ourton (1537).
-, Imperial, in France. See Balanzon (1532); Hannaert, John, Viscount of Lombeke (1533); Rezo, Paolo da (1526).
-, Imperial, at Rome. See Burgo, Andrea de (1532); Mai, Miguel (1532); Muxetula, Juan Antonio (1532); Naturelli, Philibert, provost of Salm (1495); Pio, Alberto, Prince of Carpi (1513–4); Silva, Fernando de, Count of Cifuentes (1533–4).
-, Imperial, to the Swiss (1513), 420. See also Sod, Dr.
-, Imperial, at Venice. See Nino, Roderigo (1531); Soria, Lope de (1536–7).
-, Legate. See Papal Legate, below.
-, Milanese, to Burgundy. See Panigarola, Giovanni Pietro (1475–6).
-, Milanese, to the Count Palatine. See Claris, Betinus de (1490–1).
-, Milanese, to the emperor. See Gilino, Camillo (1530–2); Lodi, Paolo da (1513).
-, Milanese, to England. See Bottigella, Pietro Francesco (1530); Cagnola, Giovanni Christofforo (1490); Dallugo, Count Ludovico (1461); Mayno, Jacometto de (1476); Pagano, Francesco (1490); Raymundi. Raymundo di, of Soncino (1497–9); Salvatico, Francesco (1471); Scarpinello, Augustino (1526–7, 1530–1); Spinola, Agostino (1498–9); Spinola, Benedetto (1490); Torre, Antonio de la (1460–1).
-, Milanese, to Ferrara. See Gargano, Ferrante (1531–2).
-, Milanese, to Flanders and Germany. See Brascha, Erasmo (1495–6).
-, Milanese, to France. See Barbiano, Carlo (1492–3); Bettini, Sforza di (1468–71); Bollate, Christofforo di (1467, 1471, 1473–5); Brascha, Erasmo (1491–2); Cagnola, Giovanni, Andrea (1479–80); Camulio, Prospero di (1461); Ferrero, Jo. Jacomo (1534); Jacopo, Emanuele di (1467, 1470); Ludovisiis, Ludovico di (1463); Maletta (1463–5); Panigarola, Gio. Pietro (1465–8); Pisarro, Lorenzo da (1461); Pusterla, Petro de (1461); Reate, Tomaso de (1461); Robio, Giovanni Stefano (1527, 1530–3); Taberna, Gio. Fr. (1526, 1527, 1533); Trotto, Marco (1472, 1477): Visconti, Carlo (1479–80).
-, Milanese, in Germany. See Brascha, Sanctus (1497); Somentia (1499, 1514).
-, Milanese, at Genoa. See Doria, Andrea (1534); Spinola, Antonio (1496); Stanglia, Cornelio (1497).
-, Milanese, at Rome. See Andreasio, Zorzi (1530–5); Archamo, Anello (1481): Arcimboldo, Gio. (1472); Bannisio, Jacopo (1526–7); Benedeo, Battista (1481); Botta, Giacomo, Bishop of Tortona (1490); Cagnola, Gio. Andrea (1472); Caracciolo, Marino (1513–4); Carreto, Otto di (1460–1); Caymo, Gio. di (1460); Guidobono, Antonio (1459); Landriano (1526–7); Morono, Hieronimo (1513); Pisauro, Lorenzo di (1468); Rosso, Agostino di (1460–1); Sforza, Ascanio (1485–6, 1496–8); Taberna, Stefano (1492, 1496–7); Talentis, Gio. Angelo di (1479); Torre, Ja. Ant. de. Bishop of Modena (1459); Vespucci, Guidantonio (1481).
-, Milanese, in Spain. See Banastre, Tomaso (1527); Bilia (1526–7); Galarato, Baptista and Giovanni (1496); Gallerato, Tomaso (1534); Litta, Francesco (1496); Maletta, Francesco (1473); Visconti, Gio. Gieronimo (1496).
-, Milanese, in Savoy. See Aplano, Antonio di (1475); Castiglione, Branda, Bishop of Como (1476); Marchio, Palavicino (1476); Pietrasancta, Francesco (1476).
-, Milanese, with the Swiss. See Madiis, Bartolommeo de (1514); Molzano, Joachim (1514); Paravisini, Agostino (1513–4); Sforza, Galeazzo (1514).
-, Milanese, at Venice. See Capella. Gal. (1534); Corte, Benedetto da (1526–7); Sauli, Domenico (1526); Sfondrato, Battista (1496–7); Visconti, Ottaviano (1534–5).
-, Modenese, to France (1461), 57, 58.
-, Neapolitan, to Burgundy. See Bertini, Francesco, Bishop of Capaccio (1472).
-, Neapolitan, to England, 128. See Bethes, Grassia (1476); Bucino, Giuliano (1490).
-, Neapolitan, to Rome (1479), 238.
-, Nuncio. See Papal Nuncio, below.
-, Papal Legate, in the Empire. See Zeno, Gio. Batt. (1499).
-, Papal Legate, in England (1468), 123. See also Pole, Reginald; Wolsey, Thomas.
-, Papal Legate, in France. See Geoffroy, John, Bishop of Arras (1461); Prat, Antoine du, Cardinal of Sens (1532).
-, Papal Legate, in Germany. See Nanni, Alesso, Bishop of Forli.
-, Papal Legate in Scotland. See Borgiis (1514).
-, Papal Nuncio, in Belgium. See Frangipani.
-, Papal Nuncio, to Burgundy. See Tollenti, Luca di, Bishop of Sebenico (1472).
-, Papal Nuncio, to the emperor. See Campegio, Laurentio, Bishop of Feltro (1513).
-, Papal Nuncio, in England. See Burg, Antonio, Baron de (1530); Canossa, Ludovico, Bishop of Tricarico (1514); Castello, Adrian di (1498); Coppino, Francesco, Bishop of Terni (1460–1); Fregoso, Federigo di, Archbishop of Salerno (1513); Gambara, Uberto di (1526–7, 1530–1); Golfi, Gaspar, Bishop of Cagli (1498).
-, Papal Nuncio, in France. See Acciaiolo, Roberto (1526); Bandinelli, Ubaldino (1534); Canossa, Ludovico, Bishop of Tricarico (1514); Castello, Adrian di (1498); Clerk, John, Bishop of Bath (1526); Trivulzio, Cesare di (1530–2).
-, Papal Nuncio, in Savoy (1612), 650.
-, Papal Nuncio, in Spain, 641. See also Castiglione, Baldassare (1526).
-, Polish, to pope (1459), 20.
-, Portuguese, to England, 169.
-, Savoyard. See Truglietto (1514).
-, Scottish, to Burgundy (1472), 164.
-, Scottish, to England, 332, 335.
-, Scottish, to France, 174, 175, 180, 427, 551. See also Blacader, Robert, Archbishop of Glasgow, Hepburn, Patrick, Earl of Bothwell, and Richard Murhed, Dean of Glasgow (1491).
-, Scottish, in Spain. See Blacader, Robert, Archbishop of Glasgow, and Murhed, Richard, Dean of Glasgow, (1496).
-, Spanish, to the emperor. See Urea, Pedro (1514).
-, Spanish, in England, 254. See Ayala, Pedro de (1497–9); Caroz Luis, de Villaragut (1513); Puebla, Roderic Gonsalvo de (1497); Taxis, Juan de, Count of Villa Mediana; Velasco, Alfonso di (1610).
-, Spanish, at Rome. See Brizeno, Christoval (1513–4); Gratialas, Garsiliaso (1497); Vega, Garsiliasso del la (1496).
-, Spanish, in Scotland. (See Ayala, Pedro de (1497–9); Herera, Garcia de (1496); Torre, Martin de (1496).
-, Swiss, to England. See Hierns, Maurice, and Stolz, John (1514).
-, Venetian, to Burgundy. See Bembo, Bernardo (1472).
-, Venetian, to England. See Contarini, Pietro (1496); Spinelli, Gasparo (1526); Trivisano, Andrea (1497); Valaresso, Luca (1496); Venier, Marc Antonio (1526–7).
-, Venetian, to Flanders (1475), 207, 218.
-, Venetian, to France. See Capello, Carlo (1534); Giustinian, Sebastian (1527); Venier, Zuan Antonio (1530–2).
-, Venetian, at Milan. See Dandolo, Marco (1496).
-, Venetian, at Rome. See Michiel, Nicolo (1495).
-, Zapolya, in England. See Corsini and Lasco (1534).
-, Zapolya, at Venice. See Corsini (1535).

Amboise [Indre et Loire, France], 127, 280.
-, despatches dated at, 109, 130, 134, 138–140, 144, 159, 176, 553.
-, Louis going; to, 109; Louis at, 136, 138; Anne Neville to marry Prince of Wales at, 141, 142.
-, Margaret takes leave of Louis at, 150; Charles VIII at, 339.

Amboise, George d', Archbishop of Rouen, M. de Rouen:
-, talks more of Milanese expedition than king, 362.

Ambres, Lord of. See Voisins.

Ambrose, St., 7.

Amiens [Somme, France], 204, 212, 213, 215.
-, Charles the Bold and Louis near, 149; siege raised, 152; congress at, 167; few troops in, 181; Louis at, 199; armies to meet at, 200; Burgundy loses, 213; Louis XII at, 393, 401; French force at, 412.
-, letters from, 548, 555.

Ammonius, And. 398, 409.

Ampthona. See Southampton.

Amulio, Marc Antonio, Cardinal:
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 593.

Anabaptists:
-, take Munster, 572.

Anagni [Prov. Roma, Italy], 590.

Ancheles, Captain, 230.

Andreasio, Zorzo, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 526, 530, 533, 536–541, 544, 548–555, 557–568, 570, 571, 573–577.

Andreby, William, executor of Lucia Visconti, 275.

Anelei. See Touchet, James, Lord Audley.

Anelles. See Welles, Leo Lord.

Angelo, 74.

Angera, Cardinal. See Balue.

Angers, Dengen [Indre et Loire]:
-, ambassadors of Louis at, 137; Louis goes to, 138; Warwick goes to, 139; Margaret and Warwick reconciled at, 141.
-, despatches dated at, 141, 142.
-, bishop of. See Balue.

Angleria, Giovanni:
-, letters of, 259, 266.

Angoulême, Duke of. See Charles of France.

-, Count of. See Francis.

Angur, Don Luis. See Luis, brother of John III of Portugal.

Angue, Earl of. See Douglas, Archibald.

Anjou, house of:
-, claims on Naples, 30n; Louis XI complains of, 118.
-, duchy of, 185.
-, -, claims of Edward IV to, 219.
-, Duke of. See John of Calabria.

Anne of France, daughter of Louis XI:
-, suggested marriage to Clarence, 112; contracted to Nicholas of Calabria, 168n.

Anne, sister of Elizabeth, of York, 252n:
-, proposed marriage, 256, 261, 273.

Anne, Duchess of Britanny:
-, Henry VII goes to Maximilian, 278; French harass, 284; English defend, 359.

-, Queen of France:

money lent by Henry to, 335; Louis XII to marry, 362, 365; not inclined to marry Louis, 363; reported at Blois, 393.

Anne, queen of Hungary, 587.

Anne Boleyn:
-, Sforza advised to propitiate, 534; influence of, 547; at Calais, 555.
-, festivities at marriage, 557, 560; new crown made for, 558; Mary given to as maid, 566.
-, correspondence with Francis I, 576.

Annene, (?) Annone, Prov. Como, Italy, 56, 100.

Anorte, Limort, country of, (?) north of England, 135, 153.

Anscingues, Earl of. See Hastings.

Anselm, Father. See Beech.

Anthony, the bastard of Burgundy, 169.
-, attached to Charolais, 75; takes out fleet, 110; means to recover Somme towns, 165.
-, at camp before Neuss, 192; going to Naples, 193; to ask Milan for help, 205.
-, in Rome, 219; deals with riots among troops, 224, 227.

Anthony II, Lord of Rubempré, 113n.

Antona. See Southampton.

Antonello, 205.

Antonini, Vincenz', 602.

Antonio, Master, physician of the Legate Coppino:
-, letters to Coppino, 68, 71.

Antonio, Don, prior of Crato, 603.

Antonio, Messer. See Torre, Antonio de la.

Antwerp, Brabant, 67, 248, 319, 321, 324, 380.
-, Coppino at, 95; fair of, 101, 102.
-, despatches from,96, 163, 318; letters from, 110, 247; news from, 291.
-, fair of:
-,-, French goods seized at, 140.

Anztil, pension of Sforza to, 508.

Aplano, Applano, Asplano, Antonio di, Milanese ambassador in Savoy:
-, despatches, 198, 211, 214, 215, 217, 223, 225.

Appianus, 4n.

Apuleius, Apulegius:
-, works wanted by Gloucester, 11, 14.

Apulia, Italy, 3.

Aquila, Bartolomeo de l', 303.

Aquitaine, France:
-, Louis offers to Edward, 170.

-, governor of. See Foix, Odet de.

Aragon, Spain, 3.

-, King of. See Ferdinand, the Catholic; John II.

Aragona, Roberto de, de Sancto Severino:
-, letter of, 229.

Arbays, Monsignor, chamberlain of the emperor. See Ourton.

Arborio di Gattinara, Mercurio, Grand Chancellor of Spain, 487.
-, thinks Sforza should appeal to emperor, 465.

Arcangelo, Brother, of Cistercian Order, 438.
-, Bainbridge's opinion of, 428; strictures against, 430, 431.

Archamo, Anello, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 245.

Archers:
-, for France, 195, 200.

Archery:
-, pastime of Henry VIII, 543.

Archpriest. See Blackwell, George.

Arcimboldo, Giovanni, Bishop of Novara:
-, letter of, 142; Aliprando writes to, 168.
-, Milanese ambassador at Rome: despatch, 171.

-, Guidantonio, Archbishop of Milan:

letter to, 297.

Arcis sur Aube [Aube, France]:
-, Pembroke at, 138.

Ardinus, Abraam:
-, letter to Duke of Milan, 60.

Arduis (?) Norham:
-, King of Scotland besieges, 400.

Aresai. See Cerisay.

Aretino, Leonardo, 5–7.

Arezzo, Bishop of. See Pazzi, Cosimo di.

Arezzo, Paolo da. See Rezo.

Argenton, Lord of. See Comines, Philip de.

Argyle, Earl of. See Campbell.

Arigone, Pompeo, Cardinal, 614, 651.

Ariotto, Arioto, Gulielmo, citizen of Milan, 344, 348.

Armagh, Archbishop of. See Foxalls, John.

Arms:
-, Sforza advised to present to Henry, 499, 508.

Aristotle, Coppino an English, 87.

-, Politics, 5, 7.

Armagnac, Count of. See John V, de Belleme.

Arnolfini, Angelo, news letters sent by, 48–51.

-, Michele, of Bruges, 48.

letter to Coppino, 56.

Arpajon, Guy, Lord of, Mons. d' Arpagon, French ambassador to Rome, 234, 237.

Arques [Seine Inferieure, France]:
-, Somerset detained at, 101n.

Arras, Rax, Ras [Pas de Calais, France], 206.
-, Charles the Bold at, 167.
-, despatches dated at, 198, 230, 392.

-, Abbot of. See Caveril.

-, Bishop of. See Geoffroy, John.

Arsines, Earl of. See Hastings.

Arthur, Prince of Wales, 324, 374.
-, marriage announced, 320; handsome, fluent Latin, 322; ambassadors take leave of, 323; marriage celebrated, 326, 341.

Artillery. See guns.

Artois, 412.

Arucy, Claudio di:
-, letter of, 199.

Arundel, Earl of. See Fitz Alan; Howard, Thomas.

Asia:
-, Cabot supposed to have gained, 336.

Aske, Esqui Asqui, Robert:
-, taken, 585; executed, 587.

Asplano. See Aplano.

Asqui. See Aske.

Assyrians, 79.

Asteley, Sir John:
-, made knight of the Garter, 108n.

Asti [Prov. Alessandria, Italy], 229, 436.
-, English troops moving on, 300; Sforza withdraws to, 314.
-, letters from, 420, 440.
-, news from, 349.

-, Governor of. See Ticiono.

Astorga, Bishop of. See Mendoza, Francisco, Sarmiento de.

Astrologers:
-, predict death of French king, 86, 91.

Atlyn, Dr. Timothy, 376.

Auart. See Howard.

Aubigny, Seigneur de. See Stuart, Bernard.

Auditor of the Chamber. See Ghinucci.

Audley, Lord. See Touchet, James.

Audoenus. See Owen.

Augsburg, Bavaria, 291, 298, 448.
-, letters from, 293, 296, 297, 382, 521, 525.
-, Maximilian swears to treaty at, 385.
-, confession of, 599.

Augustine, Saint, 7.

Augustino, Messer, Wolsey's physician:
-, arrested, 528, 529; depositions against Wolsey, 531.

Augustinus, Frater. See Bradislaus.

Augustus, Emperor, octavus, 5, 7.

Aulus, Gellius:
-, works wanted by Gloucester, 11.

Aumale, Duke of. See Lorraine, Claude de.

Austria, Monsignor of, envoy from France to England, 495.

Austria, Archduke of. See Albert, Archduke of Austria; Charles; Sigismund; Ferdinand.

-, Archduchess of. See Joanna.

Auxonne, Uxona [Côte d'Or, France]:
-, despatch from, 198.

Avandemont, Cardinal. See Lorraine, Charles of.

Avantdomo. See Averdon.

Avars, M. de, 200, 201.

Averdon Avantdomo [Loire et Cher, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 228.

Avignon [Vaucluse, France], 230, 570.

-, Bishop of. See Bozuto.

-, legate of, 210.

Avorantona. See Northampton.

Avranches [Manche, France]:
-, English intrigues at, 190.

Axeto. See Azay le Rideau.

Ayala, Don Pedro de, Spanish ambassador to Scotland, Don Petro, 324, 347, 353, 371, 374, 375, 380.
-, expected in England, 307; comes with Scotch ambassador, 332; arranges peace with Scotland, 341, 343.
-, letter of, 342, 343; writes to Raimondo, 346; to act for Milan, 351; letter of James IV to, 352.
-, rides with Henry, 365; letter to Ludovico Sforza, 366; Raimondo consults, 367.

Aydie, Odet d', Sieur de Lescun and Count of Comminges, Lescut:
-, Louis entrusts Bordeaux and Bayonne to, 189.

Aymeres, Seigneur d' See Rollin.

Aynay, Mons. de, 419.

Ayton, co. Berwick, Scotland:
-, peace signed at, 354, 356.

Azay le Rideau. Axeto [Indre et Loire, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 116.



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