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'Index: B', Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan: 1385-1618 (1912), pp. 670-677. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92327 Date accessed: 25 November 2014.


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Baden, Margrave of. See Philip, Margrave of Baden

Badoel, Badouel, Earl of. See Hepburn, Patrick, Earl of Bothwell.

Bainbridge, Christopher, Cardinal, the English Cardinal, Cardinal of England, 422, 435.
-, says Louis XII ought to ask pardon of church, 381; letter of Archduchess Margaret to, 383; pope urges to get Henry to help, 393.
-, suggests Sforza should write to Henry, 394; suggests Sforza shall stop Swiss enlisting against England, 412.
-, letters of Massimiliano Sforza to, 421, 424, 430; protector of order of Clairvaux, 422.
-, opinion on dispute of monks, 428; Sforza objects to aspersions, 429; illness, 431; death, wealth, 432; poisoned, 438.

Baiosa, M. de. See Canossa, Ludovico, Bishop of Bayeux.

Balanzon, Bellanson, Monsig. di, imperial ambassador to France, 551.

Balbano, Hieronymo, secretary of Innocent VIII, 265.

Balbi, Hieronimo, Bishop of Gurk, 435.
-, with emperor, 434.

Balbo, Scaramucia, 9.

Baldwin, of Lille, bastard of Burgundy, Baldovino di Cercha:
-, takes refuge in France, 144.

Baldwin, Father Peter, 626, 627, 643.

-, Father William, 660.

Ballarini, Gianetto:
-, letter of, 230.

Balsenus, John Silvester, officer of the seals, Parma:
-, letter of, 246.

Baltherus, Thomas, priest, 644.

Balue, Jean de, Bishop of Angers, Cardinal, the Cardinal Angera, 163.
-, Burgundy offended by arrest, 130.

Bamberg, Bishop of. See Wurzburg, Vitus de.

Banastre, Thomas, Milanese ambassador in Spain:
-, despatch, 487.

Bancroft, Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury:
-, Benedictines accused of having relations with, 632.

Bandinelli, Ubaldino, papal nuncio to France, 573.

Banham, Bangham. co. Norfolk, 377.

Bannisio, Messer Giacomo, Jacobo, 387.
-, Milanese ambassador with the pope, 455, 458, 462, 490.
-,-, letters to, 444.
-, letters of Scarpinello to, 450, 457, 459, 468.

Barbarigo, Barbadien, Augustino, Doge of Venice, 307, 309n, 310, 373.

Barbaro, Hermolus, Bishop of Verona:
-, suggested as legate, 101.

Barber, 266.

Barbiano, Carlo, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatches, 289, 291.

Barcelona [Prov. Catalonia, Spain]:
-, John of Calabria ill at, 144.

Bardo, George, Burgundian ambassador to Scotland, 171.

Bari, Duke of, 557.

-, -, See also Sforza, Ludovico Maria.

Barillon, Barilliono, Jean, French secretary, 554.

Barlandagar, 57, 58.

Barnes, Lord. See Bourchier, John, Lord Berners.

Barnet, co. Herts:
-, battle of, 153, 154.

Barnez, John, 621.

Barni, Lord. See Bourchier, John, Lord Berners.

Barray, M., 377.

Bartholommea Madonna, 304.

Bartoli, Papirio, 651.

Barton, John, English commissioner for Hanse negotiations, 173n.

Basel [Canton Basel, Switzerland], 372, 425n.
-, council of, 6n, 222.

-, Bishop of. See Blarer.

Basil, Brother, of Cistercian Order: tries to bribe Cardinal Bainbridge, 428.

Bataglia, Pietro, of Piacenza, trading in England, 110.

Bath and Wells, Bishop of. See Clerk, John.

Baugé [Maine et Loire]:
-, despatches dated at, 280, 282.

Bavaria, 76.

-, Duke of, 3.

-, -, See Stephen; William IV, Duke of Bavaria.

Bayard, Bayart, Gilbert:
-, expected from Spain, 474.

Bayeux, Bishop of. See Canossa, Ludovico; Castiglione, Zanone.

Bayonne [Basses, Pyrenees, France];
-, English land near as merchants, 129, 130; given to Lescun, 189.

-, Bishop of. See Bellay, Jean du; Grammont, Gabriel de.

Beaton, James, Archbishop of St. Andrews:
-, sides with Queen of Scotland, 448.

Beauchamp, Anne, wife of Richard Nevill, Earl of Warwick, Countess of Warwick:
-, keeps away from England, 139; remains at Amboise, 144; returns to England, 145.

-, Richard, Bishop of Salisbury, 66, 67.

bull for esquire of, 53; letters to Coppino, 63–65; proposed ambassador to pope, 107.

Beaufort, Edmund, second Duke of Somerset, 19.
-, killed at St. Albans, 16, 17.

-, Henry, third Duke of Somerset, Sambrest, 65, 66, 89, 373n.

scarce any followers after Northampton, 28; Coppino appeals to, 39.

victory at St. Albans, 54; recovers Henry, makes him abdicate, 55.

Margaret to many (?), 58; takes refuge at Newcastle, 62, 68, 73, 78.

reported execution, 76; reported taken, 77; reported slain, 72, 78; flees to Scots, 90, 93, 98.

crosses to France, 101; plan to invade England, 107; taken, 110; executed, 111.

-, -, -, brother of, prisoner at Calais, 51.

-, Henry, Bishop of Winchester, Chancellor of England:

asked to protect Genoese citizens, 4.

-, John, Duke of Somerset:

Orleans prisoner of, 353.

-, Thomas, Lord Roos, Ros:

escapes from Towton, 65; at Newcastle, 68, 73, 78; reported execution, 76; reported taken, 77; flees to Scots, 90, 93, 98.

Beaugé, M. de, 200.

Beaulieu. Diodle, co. Hants, abbey:
-, Warbeck takes refuge at, 329.

-, Humphrey, abbot of, sends word to king about Warbeck, 329, 330.

Beaumont [Seine et Oise, France]:
-, despatch dated from, 121.

Beaumont, Jacomo de, 15.

-, John, Viscount of:

executed after Northampton, 27.

-, Boeumond, Beaumund, Bramont. William, Viscount:

slain at Towton, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78.

Beauvais, Belvoir [Oise, France], 199, 200.
-, despatches dated at 150, 151.

Bebulcho, Bubulcho, Giovanni de:
-, letters of, 279, 299, 319.

Becket. See Thomas of Canterbury.

Bedford, Duchess of. See Jacquette, of Luxemburg.

-, Duke of. See John of Lancaster.

-, Earl of. See Russel, Francis.

Beech, Anselm, Father Anselm, O.S.B., 650.
-, letters to Cardinal Borromeo, 611–614, 646, 648.
-, accused of slandering Jesuits, 626, 627; writes articles for peace with Jesuits, 637n.

Belgium, 598, 599, 645.
-, English seminaries in, 615, 626, 629, 647.
-, religious toleration in, 622; Jesuits oppose Benedictines in, 642; heresy in, 660.

Belgrade [Servia], 497.

Belingam. See Bellingham.

Belinzona [Canton Ticino, Switzerland], 195.

Bellanson. See Balanzon.

Bellarmine, Cardinal Robert, 626.
-, book of James against, 613; to settle dispute between Jesuits and Benedictines, 615.

Bellay, Jean du, Bishop of Bayonne, French ambassador to England:
-, expected in London, 521; arrival and negotiations, 524; sent to soothe Henry, 547, 548.

-, -, Bishop of Paris:

sent to remove Henry's suspicions, 565, 566; going as French ambassador to the pope, 566.

-, -, -, French ambassador at Rome:

warns pope against alienating Henry, 566–569.

to be made cardinal, 577.

-, William, Lord of Langey, Lange, Langhe, 490, 517.

Bellingham, Belingam, Sir Henry:
-, slain at Towton, 65, 72.

Belvoir. See Beauvais.

Bembo, Bernardo, Venetian ambassador to the Duke of Burgundy:
-, letter of, 163.

Benedeo, Battista, Milanese Ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 245.

Benedetto. See Benet.

Benedictines:
-, Jesuit attack on, 612; replies to charges, 615–621, 626–634, 637–645; Parsons' proposals for, 623, 624.
-, proposed articles for peace with Jesuits, 634–637, 645, 646.
-, Procurator General of, 615.

Benet, William, Dr. Benetto, Benedetto, English ambassador for peace, 517, 518.

-, -, English ambassador to the pope:

takes strong message to pope, 550; recall and death, 564, 565.

negotiations about divorce, 549, 551, 564; canvasses French cardinals, 561; takes leave of pope, 562.

-, Dr., ambassador in France, 548, 550, 553.

Benevento, Archbishop of. See Mari, Lorenzo di.

Bentivoglio, Bentivolio, Alexandro, Lieutenant General of Milan:
-, orders for entertainment of English ambassadors, 517, 518.

-, Hermes, 413.

-, Joani, Lord of Bologna:

letter to, 278; Lepenec takes letters to, 368.

-, Manfredo, 413.

-, Rangonus, 413.

Beorghes. See Berghen op Zoom, Jean, Sieur de.

Berberii, John, French ambassador at Rome, 237n.

Berbloeum, Dr. John, 595.

Berburg, near Constance, 373.

Bergamo, Bishop of. See Ragazzono.

Berghen op Zoom, Jean, Sieur de, M. de, Borghesi, Beorghes, Berghesen, 399, 402.
-, judge of tournament, 415.

-, -, the Chamberlain:

besieges Tournai, 402, 403.

Berghes, (?) Bruges, fair of, 514.

Bergies, M. de, 354.

-, Henry de, Bishop of Cambrai, ambassador of the Archduke Philip in England:

wants the red hat, 354.

Berlaymonte, Ludovico, Archbishop of Cambray, 608.
-, letter of, 601.

Bermuiwood, 406.

Bernardino. Francesco, 249.

Bernate. See Brunate.

Berne [Canton Berne, Switzerland]:
-, to join against Burgundy, 119.
-, despatches from, 435, 436.

Berners, Lord. See Bourchier, John.

Berry, Berri, France, duchy of:
-, France abandons, 211.

-, Duke of. See Charles of France.

Bertini, Francesco, Bishop of Capaccio, Capaz, Capatra, ambassador of Naples to Burgundy, 163, 169.

Bertones, Robert, 621.

Bertrand, Raymond, Bishop of Gurk; letter of, 293.

Berwick on Tweed:
-, Henry VI gives to Scots, 90, 93; James IV marches on, 406.

Besancon [Doubs, France]:
-, judge of, 169.

Bessarion, Johannes, Bishop of Nicea, the Greek Cardinal:
-, friend of Archbishop Nevill, 169.

Besutio, Joanne de, Advocate of the Chamber, 274.

Bethes, M. Grassia, ambassador of Naples, 220.

Bethune [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, Henry VIII and emperor move to, 391.
-, despatch from, 393.

Bettini, Bettinis, Sforza di, of Florence, Sforza of Florence, Milanese Ambassador in France:
-, despatches of, 127, 129, 130, 132–136, 138–144, 149, 150, 153, 155, 156.
-, Salvatico to consult, 148; asks for provision, 151; ready to go to England, 155; dissuades Salvatico from going to England, 158, 159.

Bevilla. See Abbeville.

Bianchetto, Blanchettus, Cardinal, 615, 617, 646.

Bibbiena [Prov. Arezzo, Italy]:
-, restored to Florence, 373.

Bigot, Bygot, Sir Francis:
-, executed, 586.

-, Ralph, Lord de Mauley, le Malley, Malre, Morlle:

slain at Towton, 65, 66.

Bilia, the Cavalier, Milanese ambassador in Spain:
-, despatches, 447, 464, 465.
-, treating with emperor, 459; communications with Scarpinello, 475, 478.

Biraco, Gioan da, 546.

Biscay, Spain:
-, troops of, 410.

Bishop, William:
-, letter of, 651.

Blacader, Robert, Bishop of Glasgow, Scottish ambassador to France:
-, Charles receives, 279, 280; to proceed to Milan, 281; reception at Milan, 282; visits Madonna Bona, 283.

-, -, Archbishop of Glasgow, Glasch:

letter to Brascha, 288, 289.

Scottish ambassador to Spain, 295, 298; Sforza writes to, 343, 347; courtesy to, at Milan, 355.

Black Forest:
-, landsknechts from, 510.

Blackheath, Blatz, co. Kent:
-, rebels defeated at, 316, 317.

Blackwell, George, archpriest in England, 613n.

Blanchettus. See Bianchetto.

Blactefaa, John, 639.

Blanco, Blancho, Pietro:
-, letter of, 164.

Blangy, Blangero [Pas de Calais, France], 162.

Blarer, Jacob Christopher, von Wartensee, Bishop of Basel, 607.

Blatz. See Blackheath.

Blas. See Blois.

Blaze, Blasco, James, Bishop of St. Omer, 659.
-, gives Vaten to English Jesuits, 654, 656; letter to King of Spain, 656.

Bles. See Blois.

Blois, Bles, Bias [Loire et Cher, France], 531.
-, despatch dated from, 120.
-, news from, 384, 574.
-, Louis XVI going to, 362; French queen goes to, 293.

Blosset, Jean, Sieur de St. Pierre, Mons. de San Pero, Grand Constable of Normandy, 200, 210.
-, visits English ambassadors, 231; to prepare commissions for Toustain, 233.

Blunt, Captain John, 644.

Boam. See Bohain.

Bochero, Dom, 600.

Boeumond. See Beaumont.

Boffile de Juge, Count Boffillo, Boffilio, Bonfilo, 232, 235, 236.
-, meets ambassadors of league, 230, 231; visits English ambassadors, 231; meets Scottish ambassadors, 279.

Bohain, Boam [Aisne, France]:
-, Charles the Bold at, 165.

Bohemia, King of. See Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria; Uladislaus IV.

Bohier, Thomas, General of Normandy; French ambassador to England, 433.
-, hopes from negotiations, 427, 429.

Bois le Duc, Hertzogenbusch [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, despatch from, 293.

Boisigne. See Stafford, Henry, Duke of Buckingham.

Boleyn, Anne. See Anne Boleyn.

-, George, Viscount Rochford, 558.

to be ambassador to France, 572.

-, Thomas, Earl of Wiltshire, Vulgieri:

ambassador for peace, orders,; for entertainment by Sforza, 517, 518; expected back, 518; can do nothing, 519; arrives, 520; influence with king, 521, 547; Sforza asks to get loan from king, 522–4, 526, 532; in disgrace, 525; in London for affairs, 527;, with Norfolk in France, 560.

Bollate, Bollato, da Bolla, Bollati, Bullate, Bullato, Christoforo di, 116, 160.

-, -, Milanese ambassador. in France:

despatches, 120, 121, 155, 173–180, 182, 184, 186–191.

instructions, 151, 188.

duplicates for, 145–7.

-, -, Secretary:

letters to, 248, 249, 274; letters of, 248, 249, 274.

-, Francesco, 274.

Bologna [Prov. Bologna, Italy], 522, 557, 590.
-, letter dated at, 517.
-, capitulation of, 538.
-, Protonotary Casale at, 550.
-, university, 595.
-, Lord of. Se Beentivoglio, Joani.

-, See also Boulogne.

Bombards for Edward IV, 194.

Bonavilla. See Bonville.

Bonconti, Zoane, Gabriel, 354.

Bonfilo. See Boffile de Juge.

Bonhauer, Master Hieronymo, secretary of the chiefs of the Greater Sestieri, Rialto, Venice, 164.

Bonomo, Giovanni Francesco. Bishop of Vercelli, 602.
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 595.

Bononia, Thomas Thebaldus de:
-, letters to Duke of Milan, 17, 18.

Bontemps, 434.

Bonville, William, Lord, Lord of Bonavilla:
-, goes with Warwick to St. Albans, 48; beheaded after St. Albans, 51, 61.

Bonvixi, Bonvisi, Benedetto, of Lucca, 299.

-, Lorenzo, of Lucca, 378.

Bonvisio, 443.

Bordeaux [Gironde, France]:
-, English fleet at, 15; ready to surrender, 16; English land near, as merchants, 129, 130; sends word of English preparations, 184; reported: English design on, 185; vaunts power of defence, 188; Lescun set over, 189.
-, news from, 174.
-, St. Severin, Dean of. See Taster.

-, Archdeacon of, 107n.

-, Archbishop of. See Spinay.

Borghesi. See Berghen op Zoom, Jean, Sieur de.

Borgia, Alessandro. See Alexander VI, Pope.

-, Caesar, Archbishop of Valence, Valenza, 362.

-, Federigo, Cardinal of S. Theodoro, 381.

Borgiis, M. de, apostolic legate to Scotland, 440.

Borgo San Donnino [Prov. Parma, Italy]:
-, letter dated from, 82.

Bormio [Prov. Sondrio, Italy], 195.

Borromeo, Cardinal Carlo, San Carlo, Cardinal of S. Prassede, Archbishop of Milan:
-, letters to, 588, 589, 591–597, 601, 602, 607, 608.
-, armour of, 593.

-, Federigo, Archbishop of Milan, 4n, 659.

-, -, Cardinal, 632.

letters to, 609–614, 464, 648, 650–3, 660.

-, the Countess, 610.

Borssele, Henry de, Zeeland admiral, 137n.

Borso, Duke of Modena:
-, ambassadors to France, 57, 58.

Bosgrave, —, 606.

Bossier, Lord, 137.

Bosworth, co. Leicester:
-, battle of, 247n.

Bothwell, Earl of. See Hepburn, Patrick.

Botly, John, 376.

Botta, Giacomo, Bishop of Tortona, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 253, 255, 265.

-, Messer Nicolo:

consulted about divorce, 534.

Bottigella, Buttigella, Pietro Francesco, Milanese ambassador to England:
-, credentials and instructions, 521–523.

Botto, Lorenzo, 218.

Boulogne, Bologna [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, Louis at, 229; Henry VII encamps at, 291; Henry VIII wants to go to, 391; French forces at, 418; Henry VIII demands, 448, 469; Henry offers to give up claims, 469, 471; conference between kings at, 509, 510, 554, 572, 573.

Bourbon, ambassador to Burgundy, 173.

-, bastard of, 415. See also Louis, admiral of France.

-, Duke of. See John V, Duke of; Peter II;

Bourbon, Antoinette de, 600.

-, Charles de. Archbishop of Lyons, 212, 216.

-, -, Count of Montpensier:

meets Scottish ambassadors, 279.

-, Charles. Duke of, 465, 466, 470, 477, 484, 491.

takes Milan, 445; Louise of Savoy opposed to having Milan, 450; Wolsey proposes to give Milan to, 451, 456, 460, 467–9, 476, 486; depends on attitude of France, 461; Sforza writes against, 463, 464.

Francis will not agree to having Milan, 469, 473; English press Francis to agree to, 472.

Wolsey wants to marry Leonora and have Milan, 482; capitulation of Sforza with, 485.

Wolsey throws over, 492; Sforza to pay pension to, 495.

-, Francis de, Duke of Vendôme: 600n.

-, Marie de, daughter of Charles, Duke of Vendôme:

proposed match with James V, 571.

-, Madame de. See John V. Duke of, Agnes mother of.

Bourchier, Bourgchier, Henry, treasurer of England, Lord de Busser:
-, letter to Duke of Milan, 36; leaves London with Yorkists, 48; disappears after St. Albans, 49, 52; reported execution, 51; brings news of Towton to Duchess of York, 66; letter of Sforza to, 97.

-, -, Earl of Essex, English ambassador to Burgundy, 109.

-, John, Lord Berners, Barni, Barnes:

letter to Duke of Milan, 36; reported execution, 51; prisoner, 61; meets Edward at York, 62; letter of Sforza to, 97.

-, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, 61.

goes with Yorkist lords, 27; letter to Duke of Milan, 36; letters of Sforza to, 97, 110.

-, -, -, English ambassador to France:

at Senlis, 126.

Bourges [Cher, France]:
-, Louis XI at, 117.
-, despatch dated at, 118.

Bouton, Claude, Cuyer Button:
-, sent by emperor to England, 465, 466.

Bovere, 165.

Bozius, Thomas, 645.

Bozuto, Hanibal, Bishop of Avignon, Cardinal, 590.

Brabant, 165, 318.
-, England to have, 119; Louis promises to Edward IV, 219.
-, estates of, 173.
-, merchants of, 405.

Bracellis, Antonio di:
-, letter to, 193.

Bradislaus, John, Augustine de S. Johanne, Frater Augustinus, O.S.B., 638, 641, 644.
-, visits English ambassador at Brussels, 643.

Bradshaw. See White. Austin.

Braganza, Breguntia, Duke of, 542.

Braiset. See Bray.

Bramont. See Beaumont.

Brandenburg:
-, Margrave of. See Albert, Achilles.

Brandini, Aldo, a Florentine, 299.

Brandon, Charles, Viscount Lisle:
-, takes part in tournament at Tournai, 415.

-, -, Duke of Suffolk:

Louis XII to dismiss, 437; Francis selects as commander, 510; Bottigella to visit, 522; at Boulogne conference, 555; recalled, 562.

Brascha, Erasmo, Herasmo, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatches, 278–280, 282, 283, 285.
-, letter of Blacader to, 288.

-, -, Milanese ambassador in Flanders and Germany, 297.

despatches, 292, 293, 296, 298.

-, Sanctus, Milanese ambassador in Germany:

despatches, 319, 320.

Bray, Braiset, Reginald:
-, influence over Henry VII, 299; receives pension from France, 335.

Brazil wood, 337.

Brebur, a dog, 229.

Brechin [co. Forfar, Scotland]:
-, church, 590.
-, Bishop of. See Hepburn; Sinclair.

Breguntia. See Braganza.

Brendel, Daniel of Homburg, Bishop of Mainz:
-, Leslie visits, 598.

Brescia [Prov. Brescia, Italy], 592, 607.

-, Bishop of. See Delfino, Giovanni.

Bressa, Petro de. See Carmeliano.

Brest [Finisterre, France]:
-, French ships blockaded in, 383; French ships return to, 416.

Bretons, 185, 373.

-, See also Britanny.

Brewer:
-, leads riot in London, 50.

Brian, Briante, Sir Francis. English ambassador to France:
-, leaves for post, 527; accepts settlement offered, 531; Henry VIII dissatisfied with, 533; Francis confers with about divorce, 536; urges union with England, 538; to return, 547; negotiations, 548, 550, 553; present at conference of kings, 554; sent to France about Pole, 585.

Brianby, priest, 605.

Briconnet, Guillaume de, Cardinal of S. Pudentian, 381.

Bridget, sister of Elizabeth of York, 252n.

Bridgewater, co. Somerset, 131n.

Brie, Rene de, Cardinal of S. Lucia, 381.

Brie Comte Robert, Castro, Bri Conte Robech prope Parisiis [Seine et Marne, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 124.

Brill [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands]:
-, Coppino at, 53.

Brimeu, Guy de, Lord of Humbercourt, Monsig. de Hymbrecourt, 195.

Brion, Sieur de. See Chabot.

Bristol, co. Gloucester, 93.
-, Warwick goes to, 137; Cabot sails from, 336; Cabot's crew mostly from, 337, 338.
-, proposed archbishopric of, 625.

-, Channel, gulf of Bristol, 93, 98.

Britanny and Bretons, France, 57, 60, 107, 188, 291.
-, truce with England, 111; Louis tries to get brother out of, 119.
-, Louis means war on, 121, 122; Louis wants to keep England from helping, 125.
-, naval war with England, 150; masters at sea, 155.
-, ambassadors to Burgundy, 163, 166.
-, ambassador to France, 165, 171.
-, ambassadors to England, 169, 201.
-, French merchants punished for taking arms to, 243; Henry VII asked to withdraw troops from, 255; stands in way of truce, 262; proposed league of England and Spain with, 265.
-, Henry VII busy over, 266; English land in, 279; French harass, 284.
-, force from expected at Marseilles, 303; negotiations with England, 357, 360; Anne holds fortresses, 363; ambassadors to England, 365; Scottish captain in waters of, 440.

-, Duchess of. See Anne, Duchess of Britanny.

-, Duke of. See Francis II.

Brizeño, Christoral, Spanish ambassador at Rome, 422, 423, 434, 439.
-, instructions of nuncio to Swiss communicated to, 421.

Brocade:
-, present from Milan to England, 148, 152, 155.

Brookes, Brock, Lord:
-, invades Scotland, 317.

Brosse, Bertrand de, M. di Brosso, French ambassador to Milan, 215.

Bruges [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium]: 23, 29, 48, 58, 60, 67, 69, 71, 86, 116, 126, 132, 299, 321, 327, 354, 366, 369.
-, letters from, 16, 17, 21, 22, 27, 51, 56, 63, 68, 72, 73, 77, 78, 82, 83, 94, 95, 99, 101, 102, 108, 113, 122, 153, 154, 164, 172, 198, 318.
-, Coppino going to, 70; Edward's brothers at, 74; Camulio at, 93; Somerset at, 107; preparations at, for duke's wedding, 124; Aliprando at, 165; duke at, for Christmas, 167, 172; commissioner for alum at, 169; goods of English merchants at, 173;
-, ambassadors at, 318.

-, provost of, 169.

-, See Berghes.

Bruges, Louis of, Lord of la Gruthuyse, Lord of la Grutus, Grutux, Lord of Crutux, 169.
-, mission to Queen of Scotland, 90.
-, Burgundian ambassador to England, 163.
-,-, gifts to, 171; to treat about Easterlings, 173n.

Brugnato, Bishop of. See Mascante.

Brumano, Messer Josepho Maria: consulted about divorce, 534.

Brunate, Bernate [Pro v. Como, Italy]:
-, letter dated at, 292.

Brunswick, Duchess of. See Dorothea.

-, Duke of. See Henry IV.

Brussels [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], 354.
-, letters dated from, 58, 60, 383, 547, 548.
-, news from, 388, 586.
-, Dauphin at, 81; Aliprando at, 165; duke going to, 173.
-, Benedictines at, 628.

Bryel. See Kyriel.

Bubulcho. See Bebulcho.

Buch, Guiliano, letters of, 305.

Bucino, Giuliano, ambassador of Naples to England, 262.

Bucintorch. See Tuke, Brian.

Buckingham, Duchess of. See Neville, Anne.

-, Duke of. See Stafford.

Bufalis, Cardinal de, 630.

Buglie, near Castrum Dugliet, (?) Burgundy:
-, despatch from, 212.

Builla. See Abbeville.

Bulctar (?), letter of, 192.

Bulgarians, 448.

Bullate, Bullato. See Bollate.

Buoncompagni, Filippo, Cardinal S. Sisto, 594, 607.

-, -, -, protector of the English nation, 608.

Burg, Antonio, Baron de, Baron de Burges, papal nuncio in England:
-, arrival, 524; intercedes for Bishops of Rochester, Ely, and Bath, 527.

Burgo, M. de, 351.

-, Andrea de:

letters to, 383, 385.

imperial ambassador at Rome, 555.

-, Daniele de, 426.

Burgos, Bishop of. See Cartagena, Alfonso de; Zapata.

Burgundy and Burgundians, 48, 70, 90, 188, 211, 214, 243, 437.
-, must keep in with England, 74; French embassy to, 94; French forces against, 122; ambassadors at London, 132.
-, Warwick captures ships, 137; Louis restores goods to merchants, 140.
-, victory of Louis, over, 149; report Warwick's death, 154; fears about Edward, 155; not to be trusted for English news, 150; camp in Picardy, distress, 162.
-, to pay for booty of French, 165; English dislike, 166, 168.
-, duke wants cardinals of, 171; ambassadors in France, 180; Louis counts on winning, 185.
-, Antony to return to, 193; English in, 201; English find in disorder, 202.
-, troops of, 209.
-, danger from Swiss, 209; Maximilian in, 290; emperor wants to set up again, 291.
-, troops in pay of Henry VIII, 382; Maximilian to recover, 387; Henry asked to invade, 388; Swiss to invade, 389.
-, Swiss in force in, 392, 399; French not molesting, 410; French forces in, 418; proposed French match, 423.
-, Archduchess of. See Margaret.
-, Archduke of. See Charles.
-, Bastard of. See Anthony; Baldwin of Lille.
-, Chancellor of. See Hugonet.
-, Duchess of. See Margaret.
-, Duke of. See Charles the Bold; Philip the Good.
-, Governor of, 249.
-, Marshal of. See Neuchatel, Thibaud de.
-, wines, 405.

Burgundy, John of, Bishop of Cambrai:
-, reputed father of Warbeck, 392.

Busser, Lord de. See Bourchier, Henry, treasurer of England.

Busto, Joan Pietro de, musician, 389.

Butler, John, sixth Earl of Ormonde, Dormont:
-, accompanies Edward to France, 195, 220.

-, Thomas, Earl of Wiltshire, Lord Treasurer of England, Lord Dilcerre:

flees to France, 28.

Buttigella. See Bottigella.

Bygot. See Bigot.



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