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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan: 1385-1618 (1912), pp. 677-689. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92328 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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Cabot, John, Zoane Caboto:
-, discoveries, 320; account of voyage, 336, 337; projects, 337, 338; fresh voyage, 348.

Cadiz, bishop of. See Zapata.

Caesar. See Emperor.

Caesar, Caius Julius, 5, 7, 57.

Caetano, Cajetanus, Constantino, 627.
-, letter of, 650.

-, See also Gaetano.

Cagli, bishop of. See Golfi.

Cagnola, Cagnolla, Giovanni Pietro, of Lodi:
-, letters to Milan, 100, 101.

-, Giovanni Andrea, Milanese ambassador to the pope:

despatches, 171.

-, -, Milanese ambassador in France:

despatches, 230, 232, 235, 242–244.

-, Councillor. 249, 274.

-, Giovanni (Zoane) Christoforo:

to go to England, 266; reaches England, 272.

-, courier, 285.

Caiis, Thomas de, 9n.

Cajetanus. See Caetano.

Calabria, Cecco di, Messer Ciccho, Cricho, Chicus, Cichus, Cicho Symoneta, secretary of the Duke of Milan, 29, 32, 33, 37, 45, 103.
-, letters of Coppino to, 21, 47, 71, 82.
-, letter to Coppino, 34.
-, letters of Camulio to, 48, 58.
-, letter of duke to, 82.

Calabria, Duke of. See John of Calabria.

Calais, Cales [Pas de Calais, France], 17, 23, 25, 76, 84, 107, 109, 168, 197, 254, 275, 290, 318, 372, 379, 453, 457, 553–555,

-, captain of, 318.

Yorkists at, 22, 24, 26, 27; Somerset's brother prisoner at, 51; Coppino going to, 53.

Warwick believed at, 54.

letters dated from, 47, 174, 319.

news from, 56, 76.

rejoicings at, over Towton, 67, 78; further rejoicings, 77; attack on castle near, 89.

Warwick has fleet near, 93; horses from, 100; Somerset taking French to, 101; French not going to, 108.

Warwick expected at, 110.

Clarence married at, 131; Warwick holds castle, Edward town, 136; Warwick sails to, 137.

Aliprando arrested at, 164, 170; Scottish ambassador arrested at, 165.

Hastings expected at, 166; Edward to cross to, 191, 192; Edwards lands at, 197, 199.

arms taken to from Genoa, 192; Margaret of Anjou prisoner at, 198.

insufficient preparation at, 203; Charles the Bold meets Edward at, 204.

English return to, 213; Exeter taken to, 220n; Henry VII crosses to, 291.

Raimondo at, 319, 352; ambassadors detained at, 321.

Henry VIII to cross to, 384; English arrive at, 388; Henry at, 390; Catherine may come to, 396.

English return to, 417; munitions sent to, 424; Auditor at, 452; conference between kings at, 509, 572, 573, 577.

-, lieutenant of. See Neville, William, Lord Falconbridge.

Callet. See Galet.

Cally, Bishop of. See Golfi, Gaspar, Bishop of Cagli.

Camalengo, Count, 82.

Cambiel, Campiel, Robert, notary, 274, 276.

Cambio, Antonio de, 274.

Cambrai [Nord, France]:
-, Charles the Bold at, 206n; French threaten, 403; French besiege, 412; suggested as place for divorce suit, 563, 564; Cardinal Pole at, 585.
-, treaty of, 568.

-, abbey of, 608.

-, Prevoté of, 609.

-, Archbishop of (?). See Berlaymonte.

-, Archdeacon of. See Owen, Louis.

-, Bishop of. See Bergies, Henry de; Burgundy, John of.

Cambridge University, 625, 654.
-, letters from, 246.

Camerino, Cardinal of. See Pierbenedetti.

Campbell, Archibald, second Earl of Argyle, 407.

Campion, Father Edmund, Jesuit:
-, arrest, 602; imprisonment, 603; perils of, 604.

Campegio, Laurentio, Bishop of Feltro, papal nuncio to the emperor, 393.

-, -, Cardinal:

Henry takes affairs out of hands of, 544.

Campiel. See Cambiel.

Campo Basso, Count of, 199.
-, commissioner in Lorraine, 204.

Campo Fregoso, Baptistino da:
-, moves on Genoa, 313; returns to Savona, 314.

-, Ludovico de, 104.

-, Thomas di, Doge of Genoa:

treaty with Henry V, 3.

Camulio, Prospero di, Messer Prospero, Milanese Ambassador to the French court, etc, 86, 97, 102, 103, 105.
-, instructions and letters to, 37.
-, despatches, 48, 54, 56, 58, 67, 73, 87, 89, 93, 95, 98, 100.
-, vouches for numbers in English battles, 55, 56; loath to go to England, 56; remarks on cruelty in England, 59, 60; to have understanding with Coppino, 83; confers with Coppino, 84–88, 95; question of going to England, 85, 96; goes to Bruges, 93; ordered to return, 104.

Cancale, Quanqualla [Ille. et Vilaine, France]:
-, English land at, 278.

Candia, Pietro de, Bishop of Novara, 1.

Candles, 342.

Canisius, Peter:
-, catechism of, 612.

Canossa, Ludovico, Bishop of Tricarico, papal nuncio to negotiate peace between France and England, 431.
-, reports agreement between England and France, 434.

-, -, Bishop of Bayeux, M. de Baiosa, French ambassador at Venice, 481.

zealous for Sforza, 456; writes against Bourbon, 461; discusses divorce, 536.

Cant, Canten. See Caunton.

Canterbury, Chavadobla, co. Kent, 321.
-, letters dated from, 29, 31.
-, Henry VII at, 290; Venier at, 453.
-, archbishopric of, 625.
-, Archbishop of. See Bancroft; Bourchier, Thomas; Cranmer, Thomas; Morton, John; Warham, William.

Capaccio, Capaz. Capatra, Bishop of. See Bertini.

Capata. See Zapata.

Capella, Gal., Milanese ambassador at Venice:
-, despatch, 566.

Capello, Carlo, Venetian ambassador in France:
-, reports rebellion in Ireland, 574.

Capelletti, Francesco, 608.

Capisucca, Giovanni Antonio, papal vicar, 559, 570.
-, Auditor of the Rota, Succo, 550.

Capua, Archbishop of. See Schomberg.

Caracciolo, Carazzoli, Marino, Protonotary, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 381, 384, 387–90, 393, 419, 420, 427–9, 431–4, 437, 438.
-, letters to, 429, 435, 438.
-, to be made cardinal, 576.

-, -, Cardinal, governor of Milan:

letters to, 578n, 579–81, 584–7.

Caraffa. See Carrafa.

Carbonario, Carbonariis, Giovanni Antonio; Messer Jo. Antonio, 348.
-, sent by Henry VII to Milan, 251; at Milan, 251; return to Calais, 254; account of Warbeck in the West, 327; takes information to Henry, 328.
-, letter of Milan to, 344.

-, Antonio de:

goes with Raymondo to Oxford, 321.

Carbonaro, Christofforo, Cristofalo, 301, 371.
-, envoy of Henry VII to Milan, 302; reply of Henry to, 305; reaches London, 366.

Cardinals:
-, Pius II. unwilling to create, 87.

Cardinal of Canterbury. See Morton, John.

-, of England. See Bainbridge; Pole, Reginald

-, the Greek. See Bessarion.

-, of York. See Wolsey.

Cardona, Ramon de, Spanish Viceroy in Italy, the Viceroy, 384.
-, will move against France, 385; want of cordiality, 386; Sforza content with, 387.

Carleton, Sir Thomas:
-, taken prisoner, 61.

Carlo, San. See Borromeo, Carlo.

Carlotta, daughter of Dom Federico of Naples, princess of Tarento:
-, proposed Scottish match for, 278, 281.

Carmeliano, Peter, Petro de Bressa of Brescia, Latin secretary of Henry VII, 359.
-, letter of, 302, 316; letter of Sforza to, 344.
-, arranges audience for Raimondo, 353.

Carnaux, Carnoti [Seine et Oise, France], 184.

Carne, Sir Edward, excusator of Henry at Rome, 560.
-, question of admitting, 551; pope turns on, 558; leaves Rome, 562.

Carnoti. See Carnaux.

Carola of Savoy, wife of Louis XI, Queen of France:
-, welcomes Clarence and Warwick, 138, 139; receives Queen Margaret and Prince of Wales, 139.

Caroz, Luis, do Villaragut, Spanish ambassador in England, 381n.
-, brother at Rome, 381.

Carpets:
-, made at Tournai, 405.

Carpi, Prince of. See Pio, Alberto.

Carrafa, Caraffa, —, Marquis of S. Lucito, 589.

-, Alfonso, Cardinal of Naples, 589.

-, Antonio, Cardinal, 609.

-, Mario, 589.

Carreto, Carlo Domenico di. Archbishop of Tours, Marquis of Finale, Cardinal of Finale, 381.

-, Otto di, Dom. Otto, Milanese ambassador to the pope, 29.

despatches, 20, 22, 82, 86, 87, 105.

instructions to, 22, 31, 33.

plan to get red hat for Coppino, 34.

Cartagena, Alfonso de; Alphonsus Hispanus, Bishop of Burgos, 9.

Carthusians:
-, punishment in England, 577, 578, 586.

Carvajal, Bernard de, Cardinal of S. Croce, 381.

-, Luysa de, 657.

founds seminary at Louvain, 654.

Casale, Giovanni Battista, the, Bishop of Casale, Protonotary, English ambassador at Venice, 463.
-, Corte satisfies of Sforza's good will, 481; communications to Corte, 487, 488, 505: back from Ferrara, 496; Henry asks pope to make cardinal, 530, 535; collects opinions upon divorce, 534; at Bologna, 550; informs Signory of peace with Scotland, 566; may be sent to Zapolski, 572, 574.

-, Gregorio, English ambassador at Rome, 487, 493, 518, 521.

satisfied with armistice, 490; offers to go to Venice instead of Russel, 492; reports from 501, 503.

negotiations about divorce, 549, 551, 555, 558, 560, 564; to take part in conference between kings, 553; canvasses French cardinals, 561; recalled and returns home, 562.

appeals to future council, 565; may be sent to Venice, 572, 574.

Casate, Paulo or Petro de, 249.
-, envoy of Milanese merchants about reprisals, 264; note of, upon executors of Heron, 275, 276.

Casato, Francesco:
-, letter of, 534.

Casimir III, King of Poland:
-, ambassador to pope, 20; ally of emperor, 180.

Casimir, John, of the Palatinate, 598, 599.

Cassano:
-, letters from, 609.

-, Bishop of. See Owen, Lewis.

Castagnolla, Julianus:
-, letter of, 222.

Castel de l'oro:
-, to be deposited with English ambassadors, 489.

Casteletto [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, France prepares to succour, 75.

Castello, Adrian di, of Corneto, Messer Adriano, Adriano de Corneto, clerk of the chamber:
-, ill, 297; keeps Henry informed of Italian affairs, 323.
-, ambassador of the pope to France and England, 349; made Bishop of Worcester, 353.

Castelnau, Antony de, Bishop of Tarbes, Bishop of Tarua, French ambassador in England, 579.

Castelnovo. See Neufchatel.

Castigliano, 103, 219.

Castiglione, Castelione, Baldassare, papal nuncio in Spain, 459.
-, Messer Branda, councillor of the Duke of Milan, 249, 274, 282, 283.

-, Branda. Bishop of Como, Milanese ambassador in Savoy:

despatch, 221.

-, Zanone, Bishop of Bayeux, 6.

Castile, Spain, 3.
-, Admiral of, 307.

-, King of. See Henry IV.

Castilliano, Sig., 590.

Castillon [Gironde, France]:
-, battle of, 15, 16.

Castres, Count of, 234n.

Castro Brie, Conte Robech. See Brie, Comte Robert.

Castrovellari:
-, letter from, 609.

Catalonia, Spain, 3, 157.
-, Louis tries to get off hands, 191.

Catanemy, Symon, 19.

Catherine of France, wife of Owen Tudor, 121n.

-, of Aragon, daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella:

King of Scotland wants, 295; marriage to Arthur announced, 320: marriage celebrated, 326, 341.

-, Queen of England, 454, 565.

goes against Scots, 392, 407; merry letter to king, 396; Surrey reports on Flodden to, 397; Henry returning to, 419; stands up for king, 519; people side with, 520; Bishops of Rochester, Ely and Bath advocate cause, 527; mutual courtesy with king, 533, 541; prefers to consult in France, 540; answer to Council, 543.

messenger sent to thwart, 544; letter recommending Guercio to Sforza, 545.

princess visits at Windsor, 546; patient under ill-treatment, 547; rough treatment, 566.

demands sentence at Rome, 549; book in favour of, 554; Mary taken away from, 557.

Sadocho stands up for, 558; deprived of rank as queen, 560.

emperor not satisfied about, 563; unlikely to accept trial at Cambrai, 564.

Pope's sentence for, 571; Henry supposed returning to, 576; Fisher takes part, 577; Henry rejoices at death, 578; last years, 581.

-, physician of. See Guercio del Bosco.

-, proctor at Rome. See Queva.

Catholic, the, King. See Ferdinand, King of Spain; Philip II; Philip III.

Catholics, English:
-, less persecution, 647; persecution of, 655.

Cato, 11.

Caunton, Canten, Master Richard, Sir Richard Cant, clerk of the Apostolic Chamber and Chancellor of St. David's, 67.
-, letter of Coppino to, 53.

Cavazzo, Cavezzi, 1.

Caveril, Philip de, abbot of St. Vedast, Arras, abbot of Arras:
-, gives monastery to English Benedictines, 617.

Caymis, Francischino de, proctor of Galeazzo Visconti, 1.

Caymo, Giovanni de, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatch, 22.

Cazano [Lombardy, Italy], 283.

Cecil, Robert, the Treasurer, 603.

-, William, Lord Roos, 626, 627.

Cecily, daughter of Edward IV, 252n.
-, proposed marriage to Scotch prince, 186n; marriage of, 256n.

Cena, Marquis of, 283.

Centurione, —, 608.

Cercha, Baldovino di. See Baldwin of Lille.

Cerisay, Guillaume de, Baron du Hommet, Gulielmo de Aresai: mission to England, 230.

Cervinus, —, 606.

Cetre, Duke of. See Holland, Henry, Duke of Exeter.

Chabannes, Antony de, Count of Dammartin, Don Martino:
-, at Picquigny, 212.

-, Gilbert de, 124n.

-, Jacques de, Lord of La Palice, Palye:

captains will not obey, 412.

Chabot, Philip, Sieur de Brion, Admiral of France, 471, 555.
-, report on embassy to England, 575; negotiations for match, 576; negotiations at Calais, 577.

Chalco, Chalcio, Agostino:
-, letter of, 347.

-, Bartollomeo, secretary of the Duke of Milan, 267–9, 276, 278, 310, 312, 316, 326.

letters of, 248, 264, 274, 277, 282, 283, 289, 301.

letters to, 249, 253, 256, 258, 259, 264, 266, 274, 282, 291, 299, 347, 356, 360.

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

Challon, John V de, Prince of Orange, 292.

-, William du, Prince of Orange, 169.

Chamber, Advocate of the. See Besutio.

-, Auditor of the. See Ghinucci.

Chamberlain, the. See Berghen op Zoom, Jean, Sieur de.

-, the Lord. See Daubeny, Giles; Hastings, William, Lord; Neville, John, Lord Montagu.

-, the first. See Somerset, Charles.

-, of Scotland. See Home, Alexander, Lord.

Chamberlayne, Sir Robert:
-, visiting Milan, 246.

Chambery [Savoio. France]:
-, Council of, 249, 250.

Champagne, France:
-, Charles the Bold to invade, 197, 199; forces of, 200, 211.

Champnous, Anthony:
-, letter of, 650.

Chancellor of Burgundy. See Hugonet, Guillaume.

-, of England. See Beaufort, Henry; More, Thomas; Morton, John; Neville, George; Rotheram, Thomas; Waynflete, William of.

-, of France. See Oriole; Prat; Rochefort.

-, of Spain. See Arborio di Gattinara.

-, of Urbino. See Felici.

Chancellor of the Exchequer. See Lovell, Sir Thomas.

Chaos, county of, (?) Chars, Seine et Oise, France, promised to England, 118.

Chapelle, Monsig., Richard de la, 224.

Chapuys, Eustace, imperial ambassador in England:
-, leaves, 558; Henry VIII. familiar with, 575, 576.
-, letters to Caracciolo, 581, 584–7.

Charles VI, King of France, 3.

-, the Dauphin, 3.

Charles VII, King of France, 58, 87.
-, means to drive out English, 15; English want truce with, 16.
-, fears English attack, 17; curt answer to Burgundy, 18; Henry complains to pope of, 20; embassy at Rome, 21.
-, old and infirm, 23; how Yorkish victory may affect, 28; great preparations, 56.
-, not prosperous, 74; may come to terms with Dauphin, 75, 84; suspicious of Burgundy, 76.
-, summons to Edward IV as traitor, 78.
-, Yorkist victory great blow to, 84; death foretold, 86, 91.
-, complains of Milan, 88; relations with Burgundy strained, 89, 94, 99.
-, death, 100, 101, 103, 104; complained of Coppino, 105; French plans against, 118.

Charles of France, Duke of Berri, Duke of Guienne, 111, 130.
-, Louis wants to get out of Britanny, 119; Louis deceived about, 121.
-, Louis suspects of treason, 127; understanding with English, 128.
-, Louis waiting for, 149: at Amiens, 152; proposed marriage to Mary of Burgundy, 154, 157.
-, death, 175; poisoned, 190n.

Charles of France, son of Francis I, Duke of Angouleme, 554.
-, proposed for Elizabeth, 576, 578.

Charles, the Dauphin, son of Louis XI:
-, proposed English match for, 182; to marry Edward's daughter, 200, 202, 207, 210, 231, 235, 243.

Charles VIII, King of France, Most Christian, 274, 289, 307, 311, 316, 350.
-, letter of Milan to, about reprisals, 249; ambassadors in London, 254; Henry VII wishes to please, 255; expected league against, 265; letter of emperor to, for reprisals, 276; consults about siege of Rennes, 278; receives Scottish ambassadors at Tours, 279, 280; wants Scotch king to marry Princess of Taranto, 281; Scottish match will secure friendship for Milan, 282; recognises Ludovico Sforza as lord of Genoa, 287; sends back Orleans to Normandy, 290; asks Henry for troops, 292.
-, perplexed by advice of admiral, 291; efforts to make Henry break with, 294–6.
-, good understanding with England and Scotland, 295; Henry insists on restoring Naples, 298.
-, pension to England in arrear, 299; Henry incensed against, 301; Henry assures will not attack, 304.
-, Scots choose as arbiter with England, 305; expected attack on Italy, 308, 333.
-, Sforza complains to Henry against, 313–15; tries to make peace between England and Scotland, 317.
-, Venice asks pope to attack, 321; Henry sent Richmond with, to Italy, 323; Henry desires peace with, 334.
-, enlightened as to Warbeck's identity, 331.
-, pensions to English, 335; returns to Amboise, 339; death, 342, 343.

Charles, Count of Charolais, M. de Zareloyse, 18, 117.
-, angry with Lord of Croi, 57; proposed alliance with Yorkists, 67; friendly with Queen Margaret, 74.
-, Milan should cultivate, 75; at ceremony of Golden Fleece, 95.
-, gets Somerset released, 101n; in Holland, 113.
-, negotiates to marry Margaret of York, 120.

Charles, Duke of Burgundy, the Bold, 127.
-, place reserved in treaty between Castile and England, 121.
-, attempts to prevent English match, 122, 123; match arranged, 123; forbids scandal about Margaret, 124.
-, Scots and Danes attack, 125; French understanding with, 128.
-, helps English raid, 129; offended at arrest of Balue and Verdon, wears Garter, 130.
-, wants trade settlement with England, 132; sends Edward Golden Fleece, 134.
-, probable peace with France, 136; fleet against Warwick, 137, 141, 144; helps Edward, 138, 139, 141, 150.
-, sequestrates French goods, 140; France's intentions against, 142, 144.
-, Edward flees to, 143; Warwick ready to act against, 144; near Amiens, 149.
-, more aggressive, 150, 153; Milan asks to release Salvatico, 151; releases Salvatico, 155.
-, truce with France, 152, 154, 159; rejoices at Edward's victory, 156.
-, understanding with French traitors, 156, 157.
-, refuses to adopt truce with France, 158; increases forces, 160.
-, ill-treated Edward as fugitive, 161; enmity with Edward because of wife, 170.
-, truce with France prepares war, 163; ambassadors to England, 164; camp before Rouen, 165.
-, efforts to get English to attack France, 166; treats for settlement between Hanse and England, 167, 173.
-, movements of, 167; Scottish embassy to, 168; leading captains, 169; ambassadors in Scotland, 174.
-, promised Aquitaine and Poitou to Britanny, 170; agitates for Council, 171.
-, wants Burgundian cardinals, 171, 172; festivities at Christmas, 172.
-, marriage negotiations, 172; prepares for war, raises money, 173.
-, wants Louis to banish Oxford, 175; urges English to invade France, 178, 183.
-, English troops for, 179, 181.
-, emperor offers France help against, 180; would prefer war with France, 181.
-, no move against Swiss, 182; intrigue with England against, 183; importance of Lorraine to, 185.
-, Louis tries hard for truce with, 189, 191, 192; warns Edward Louis may poison, 190.
-, policy of Louis with, 191; asks pope for leave to tax clergy, 192; ready for hostilities, 193.
-, Garter celebrations, 195; said to have torn up Garter, 216.
-, wants to secure self against Germans, 196; Germany left to, 211.
-, moves on Lorraine, 197, 199, 207; invades Luxemburg, 214.
-, plans against France, 198, 199; included in treaty of Picquigny, 200, 203, 204, 207, 210, 212, 213.
-, Edward disgusted with, 201, 219; Edward sends terms of peace to, 202; Edward tries to placate, 206.
-, tries to stop Edward treating with Louis, 204, 206–8; rage at England, 208, 215, 216, 218.
-, plans after Picquigny, 209; losses, 214; France wants peace with, 217.
-, would like revolt in England, 217, 218; claims to England, 221.
-, English troops serving, 217, 218, 221–7.
-, stopped from crusade, 221; offers to France about Milan, 223; stops riot in camp, 224, 225.
-, proposes to invade Normandy, 223; Edward writes to, 221; orders for camp, 227.
-, receives Scales, 227; questions courage of Scales, 228; reported alive, to obtain money, 276.
-, Henry VIII presents jewel of to Maximilian, 391.

-, daughter of. See Mary.

Charles, Archduke of Austria, Archduke of Burgundy, the prince, 423.
-, proposed marriage to Mary Tudor, 382, 419; neutrality in war, 393; Henry VIII stays in palace at Lille, 394.
-, going to visit Henry, 403; much damage done in country, 404, 409; going with Henry to Lille, 415, 417.
-, demands of Henry VIII of, 437.

Charles V, Emperor, Caesar, 455, 501, 516, 536, 543, 549, 572, 581.
-, treaty with Henry VIII, 441, 442; message of Francis to, 443; efforts in Italy, 444.
-, hopes that may admit Sforza to Milan, 445; England and France will not make separate agreement with, 446.
-, Wolsey's strong feelings against, 447; Henry VIII will not do much against, 448.
-, will accept ransom from Francis, 457; pope treating with, 459; wants England to negotiate peace, 460, 475, 478, 479.
-, Bourbon's connection with, 461; Wolsey wants to deposit Milan, 462.
-, disposed to give way about Milan, 464; Henry will declare war on, if does not do as requested, 465.
-, Auditor sent to, for peace, 466; commissions of Auditor to, 467; France does not want league to ask peace of, 468; Wolsey hopes will give Bourbon sister, 469; fleet in Corsica, 470.
-, Henry offers Francis to make war on, 471; Henry urged to remonstrate with, 472.
-, showed Henry more confidence than allies, 473, 475; Bayart expected from, in France, 474.
-, cannot hold out against coalition, 476; will be forced to agreement with France, 477.
-, Henry asks for debt, 478; will wait to see how wind blows, 479; Wolsey wants to discover intentions, 482.
-, Henry means to check overweening greatness, 481, 491, 504, 509, 517; means to take Milan from Sforza, 483.
-, ambitions in Italy, 484; ready to satisfy Italy, 487; reply to Henry, 488, 489.
-, does not want peace, 490, 492, 498; only pretends to confide in England, 491.
-, Sforza to pay pension to, 495; Ferrara cannot break word to, 496; prevents confederacy against Turk, 497.
-, cannot force France to surrender, 500; pope asked to resist blandishments, 502.
-, Francis unwilling to affront about Leonora, 503, 506, 510, 512; to be urged to peace by allies 507, 509–13.
-, Wolsey proposes to attack in Italy, 514; English people take side of, 520; restores Sforza, 522.
-, Wiltshire in disgrace for not going to, 525; league with England and France against Italy, 526.
-, conference with France, 534; Henry tries to get Francis to break with, 539, 548.
-, pope overawed by, 542; courier sent to, 544; Henry would gladly see ruined, 546.
-, proposed conference with Francis, 547; remonstrates with pope about divorce, 550.
-, asks England and France for help against Turks, 551; success against Turks, 555.
-, encourages Scotland to reconciliation with England, 556; Henry wants war with, in Flanders, 571.
-, urges despatch over divorce, 561; pleased with sentence against Henry, 562, 563.
-, pope's offers to, against England, 568; dread of, at Rome, 569; Francis subsidises Guelders against, 575.
-, Francis leans to, 576.

Charles, Duke of Orleans, 112.
-, a knight of the Golden Fleece, 75; ransom of, 353, 359.

Charles of Anjou, Count of Maine:
-, pays troops for attack on England, 93.

Charles III, Duke of Savoy, 422, 515.

Charles, Duke of Guelders, 390.
-, makes peace with Flanders, 580; Francis subsidises against emperor, 575.

Charles II, Duke of Lorraine:
-, receives Leslie, 600.

-, -, Charles son of, Bishop of Metz, 600.

Charles Emanuel, Duke of Savoy, 650.

Charolais, Count of. See Charles.

Chars, Seine et Oise, France (?) Chaos, 118.

Chartres [Eure et Loire, France]:
-, despatches dated from, 120, 187, 188.

Chase. See Hunting.

Chastel, Tanneguy du, Tanay du Ciastel:
-, sent to English camp, 202.

Chateaubriant, Chiatiobriano [Loire Inférieure, France], 551.

Chaumont, John de, French ambassador in Spain, 465.

Chavadobla. See Canterbury.

Chepstow, co. Monmouth, 131n.

Chestris, Duke of. See Holland, Henry, Duke of Exeter.

Chiaoni, France:
-, despatch dated at, 548.

Chiatiobriano. See Chateaubriant.

Chiavenna [Prov. Sondrio, Italy], 195.

Chico, Bartolommeo, secretary of the Duke of Milan:
-, letter to, 244.

Chichus. See Calabria, Cecco di.

Chiesa, Chiesia, Ambrosio de la, courier, 347, 369, 372, 374.

Chimay, Count of. See Croi, John de.

Chinon [Indre et Loire, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 115.

Chisholm, William, Bishop of Dunblane, Dumblane, d'Umblaino, 593.
-, sent to pope, 589, 590.
-, letters to Cardinal Borromeo, 591, 592.

Chiveren, Lord of, 167, 169.

Chopini. See Coppino.

Christian I, King of Denmark, 166.
-, joins with Scottish fleet to attack England and Burgundy, 125.
-, ally of emperor, 180; league with England, 192.

Christian, son of John, King of Denmark:
-, suggested English match for, 358, 368.

Christianis, Catelano di, 2.

Chymay, Count of. See Croi.

Ciccho. See Calabria, Cecco di.

Cicereus, Franciscus, 4n.

Cicero, 9.
-, works of, wanted by Gloucester, 11.

Cifuentes. See Silva, Fernando de, Count of Sifuentes.

Cigala, Antonio, citizen of Genoa, 4.

Ciriel. See Kyriel.

Cirisay, Guillaume de, 135n.

Cistercians, 436.

Civitatensis, Bishop of. See Alfonso.

Clairvaux, Clarevalle [Aube, France]:
-, dispute with St. Ambrose, Milan, 421, 422, 428
-, abbot of. See Saulieu.

Clarasci, Count of. See Ticiono.

Clarence, Duke of (?), 19.

-, -, See George, brother of Edward IV.

Clariciis, Clarici, Clariis, Salvator di, Secretary of the Duke of Milan:
-, letters of, 198, 201, 211, 212.
-, letters to, 204, 209.

Claricius. Henry, 621.

Claris, Betinus de, Milanese envoy to the Count Palatine:
-, instructions, 267, 268, 274, 275, 277, 278.

Clay, Cley, Sir John, knight:
-, proposed ambassador to pope, 107.

Clearancis. See George, Duke of Clarence.

Clement VII, Pope, 456, 459, 464, 491, 494, 536.
-, French advance money to, 442; money from England, 443.
-, takes up arms for Sforza, 444; emperor will trust to arbitrate, 447; Colonna insult, 449, 489.
-, Sforza bases hopes on, 450; sends Ghinucci to Henry, 455; Wolsey exhorts to accept Bourbon as Duke of Milan, 460; proposed arbiter for Milan, 463; Sforza acts under advice, 475.
-, suggests peace shall be negotiated in England, 465; Auditor may have orders from, to treat with emperor, 467.
-, Sforza can appeal to, 468; very dispirited, 470; Henry urged to help, 472, 473; Henry sends money by, 474, 480, 481, 493, 499.
-, will consent to anything out of fear, 477, 480, 485; emperor summons to Council, 479.
-, Henry asks to make Datary, Auditor and Gambara cardinals, 484, 530; wants security from emperor, 489.
-, does not want Wolsey to have negotiations, 490; Wolsey urges not to sign treaty with emperor, 492.
-, may make truce with Lannoy, 498–505; thanks Henry for money, 504; makes truce with Imperialists, 505, 506.
-, allies hope to get to break with emperor, 507; named in Anglo-French treaty, 511, 514.
-, universities send certificates to, about divorce, 521; divorce to be effected without, 525.
-, James V wants to marry niece, 526; Wolsey accused of intrigues with, 528.
-, Wolsey advises of way to thwart England, 529, 530, 532; will not gratify Henry about cardinals, 535.
-, likely to grant divorce, 537: Albany wants to give niece to France's son, 538, 548.
-, James stirs Francis against, 539; Agramonte's mission to, 540, 542.
-, must settle divorce suit, 543; Henry will offer money to make war on emperor, 547.
-, temporises over divorce, 549, 562; Henry and emperor remonstrate with, 550.
-, favours John Scott, 552; Henry likely to marry without authority of, 555.
-, appeals for help against Turks, 555, 556; angry with English ambassador, 558; irresolute, 561.
-, conference with Francis at Marseilles, 558, 561, 563, 564; marriage of niece, 559.
-, gives sentence against Henry, 562, 563; Catherine will accept no judge but, 564; grants tenth to Francis, 568.
-, complains of Sforza, 565; Bishop of Paris confers with, about divorce, 566–8.
-, asked to proceed against Sforza, 570; slandered in England, ib.; sides with emperor, 572.
-, James V sends respects to, 573.

-, niece of. See Medici, Catherine de'.

Clement VIII (Hippolito Aldobrandini). Pope, 610, 637, 640.
-, bull in favour of Jesuits, 613; letter of procurator of Benedictiones to, 615–19.

Clergy:
-, Edward IV asks pope's leave to tax, 192; parliament diminishing power of, 527; Wolsey intrigues with pope for, 528, 530.
-, to be called to London about divorce, 534; proposed tax on, 537; submit to king, 537, 538.
-, demands of King of Scotland to hurt of, 539; will not renounce pope's supremacy, 545; rights conferred on Henry by, 547.

Clericato, Lionello, Bishop of Concordia:
-, labours for peace, in England, 255.

Clerk, John, Bishop of Bath and Wells:
-, letters of, 443; reply of Francis to, about marriage, 468; returning, 469.
-, cited for praemunire, 527; takes queen's side, 541.

Cleves, Adolph of, Lord of Ravestein, Ravasteno, il Revestea, 169, 290.

-, -, Philip of, Lord of Ravenstein, Ravasten, Ramastin:

judge of tournament, 415.

Cleves, Duke of, 442.

-, -, See Adolph; John I.

Cley. See Clay.

Clifort, John, Lord, killed at Towton, 62, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78.

Clifford, Thomas de, lord Clifford:
-, slain at St. Albans, 16.

Clifton, Catholic priest, 605.

Clingoure [? near Windsor]:
-, Henry going to, 305.

Clissa [Dalmatia]:
-, Turks take, 584.

Clocestre. See Richard, Duke of Gloucester.

Cloth:
-, English; Easterlings capture, 166; English keep, of drowned, 230; new duties on in Flanders, 360.

-, of gold:

presented by Milan to Edward, 250.

Cluny, Ferry de, protonotary of Cluni, councillor of Duke of Burgundy, 169.
-, duke wants made cardinal, 172.

-, -, -, Bishop of Tournay:

sent to Edward, 205, 207, 208, 218.

Cobus, Edmund, 621.

Cohitler, Richard, 621.

Coke, M., 376.

Colchester, Archdeacon of. See Lee, Edward.

Collumella, Junius Moderatus:
-, works wanted by Gloucester, 11, 14.

Cologne, Germany:
-, despatch from, 533.
-, news from, 550.
-, Archbishop of. See Daun Oberstein; Ferdinand of Bavaria; Herman von Hessen.

Colombo, man at arms of the King of France, 129.

Colonna:
-, Pope asked to reinstate, 472.

Comensis, Cardinal. See Gallio

Comertio, Agostino:
-, letter to, 355.

Comesech, M. Anzolo, 351.

Comets, 546.

Comi:
-, letter dated at, 433.

Cominato, Constantino:
-, Lepenec takes letters to, 368.

Comines, Philip de, Lord of Argenton, 236.
-, with Louis of Picquigny, 212.

Comminges, Count of. See Aydie, Odet d'; Foix, Odet de.

Commissioners. See Ambassadors.

Como [Prov. Como, Italy], 195.
-, Sforza wants money to recover, 522; restored to Sforza, 541.
-, S. Elisebeta above, 602.

-, Bishop of. See Castiglione, Branda; Landriano, Gerardo; Trivulzio.

Compiègne [Oise, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 158.
-, Louis goes to, 200.

Concordia, Bishop of. See Clericato.

Concressault, Concressoldo, Lord of. See Monypeny.

Constable, Conestable, Unlestable, Sir Robert:
-, taken, 585; executed, 587.

Constable of England. See Tiptoft, John, Earl of Worcester.

-, of France. See Luxemberg, Louis de, Count of St. Pol.

-, of Normandy. See Blosset, Jean.

Constance [Baden, German Empire], 373.

Constantinople, 536.

Contareno, Gaspar:
-, to be made cardinal, 577.

Contarini, Pietro, Venetian envoy in England, 297, 300, 318.
-, instructions to, 294; letter of Milan to, 303.

Conte, Philippo del, 474.

Conversano, Bishop of. See Pistachio.

Cook, Sir Thomas:
-, arrested for conspiracy, 128n.

Coppino, Copino, Chopini, Francesco, Bishop of Terni, M. de Terani, Interamnensis:
-, letter to Duke of Milan, 20.

-, -, papal legate:

letters to Duke of Milan, 21, 28, 31, 36, 41, 44, 69, 81, 83, 92, 95, 104, 108.

letters of Milan to, 33, 51, 89, 102.

letters to Cecco di Calabria, 21, 47, 71, 82.

letters to Henry VI, 23–7; letter of Cecco to, 34; letter of Torre to, 106.

letter of Gigli to, 52; letter of Darabatta to, 53; letter of Arnolfini to, 56.

letter to Canten, 53; letter to Pope, 90.

letter of chancellor to, 60; letter of Salisbury to, 63; letter to chancellor, 78.

letters of Bishop of Elphin to, 65, 67; letters of physician to, 68, 71.

accompanies Yorkists from Calais, 27; asks for support, 28; wants red hat, 30, 32, 34, 82.

favour with Henry, 33; Henry to ask red hat for, 34; Henry appeals to pope to favour, 35.

hopes of Yorkist lords in, 36; Milan commends operations, 37; letter to Florencia, 37–41, 43.

has authority to raise cross, 39; recommends Yorkists not to give battle, 41.

papal neglect causes disaster, 42, 45, 46; Lancastrian calumnies against, 42–4.

Warwick appeals to pope for, 44; Yorkists astonished at papal neglect, 46; Yorkists lose opinion of, 47.

Milan promises help for advancement, 52, 89; journey from England, 53, 57.

Warwick offended with, 60; English want no one but, as legate, 66.

urges Milan to profit by English affairs, 69, 70, 81, 85, 86; Lancastrians threatened to hang, 79.

sends to pope for instructions, 80; going to Burgundian Court, 82.

dines with Warwick's envoy, 83; confers with Camulio, 84, 87, 88; an English Aristotle, 87.

conduct observed on entering England, 91, 92; intends crossing to England, 96, 100.

Milan speaks for, 97; advised to wait about going to England, 99.

wants another legate sent, 101; strictures of Pius II on, 105; no favour at Rome, 108.

-, -, physician of. See Antonio, Master.

Corbeil. precentor of St. Exupere. See Merlin.

Cordes. See Creveœcur.

Cordova, Bishop of. See Reynoso.

Corfe, co. Dorset:
-, castle, letter dated at, 302.

Cork, Bishop of. See Tanner.

Corneto, M. Adriano da. See Castello, Adrian di.

Cornwall, County of:
-, French attack, 95, 98; revolt of Commons, 316, 317, 319, 320; defeat, 323; pope excommunicates, 324; Warbeck descends on, 325, 327; Warbeck deserts, 328; incensed with Warbeck, 331.

Corsica:
-, imperial fleet arrives at, 470.

Corsini, Corsin, Andrea, ambassador of John Zapolya to England, 572.

-, -, at Venice, 575.

Corte, Corto, Benedetto da, Milanese ambassador at Venice:
-, despatches, 463, 481, 487, 493, 496, 505.
-, communications with Scarpinello, 505.

-, Taberna, 515.

Cortes. See Crevecœur, Philip de, Seigneur des Querdes.

Corticella, 546.

Cosenza, Archbishop of. See Fleury.

Cotswolds, Edward supposed in, 49.

Couches, Sieur des. See Montaigu.

Council, the King's, 64, 583.
-, “fat priests” of, 168; Henry to consult about Genoa affair, 262: some go to Beaulieu for Warbeck, 330.
-, oppose Henry VIII going to fleet, 383; orders for good manners of English troops, 403; receives Swiss ambassadors, 425; suspicious of Milan pension, 456.

-, the Privy:

Henry tells misses Wolsey, 530; expostulates with Queen Catherine, 543.

-, General:

agitation for, 171, 173; Kings of France, England and Spain want, 222; Charles V. summons pope to, 479; will do no good, 525; Francis approves, 530; pope notifies to England, 534; Henry accepts, 538; for benefit of Queen of England, 540; English ambassador's appeal to, 565; parliament will not accept, 579.

Courtenay, Edward, Earl of Devon:
-, defends Exeter against Warbeck, 327.

-, Henry, executed for conspiracy, 128n.

-, Thomas, fifth Earl of Devon:

slain at Towton, 62, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78.

-, -, sixth Earl of Devon, Earl of Devencioc:

taken and executed, 131.

Courtrai [West Flanders, Belgium]:
-, dean of, 644.

Coyrus, Zannonus:
-, letter of, 126.

Cranmer, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, 580.

Crato, prior of. See Antonio, Don.

Cravacori. See Crevecœur.

Crawford Earl of. See Lindsay.

Credentia, Antonio di, notary and chancellor of Genoa, 4.

Crema [Prov. Cremona, Italy], 413, 453.
-, Sforza goes to, to recover health, 485.

Cremona [Prov. Cremona, Italy], 411, 565.
-, letters from, 349, 428, 433, 464, 486, 491, 492, 518.
-, siege of, 448; suspicion of Venetian designs on, 452, 457, 459, 460; Wolsey does not think Venice will give up, 466; Lautrec ordered to take, 516; doctors of, consulted about divorce, 534.

-, Bishop of. See Sfondrato, Nicolo.

Cremona, Messer Agostino da, 354.

Creswell, Joseph, 643, 656.
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 610; attacks Benedictines, 639, 640; equivocations, 641; letters to Cardinal Borromeo, 652, 653, 660; letter to Cardinal Zapata, 657; letter to * *, 659.

Crete, island of, 129.
-, Malmsey wine from, 332.

Crevecœur, Cravacori, Philip de, Seigneur des Querdes, Cordes, Cortes, d'Esquerdes, 169.
-, representative of Burgundy, 167; sent to Edward, 208; near Valence, 213.

Cricho. See Calabria, Cecco di.

Crivelli, Alessandro, Cardinal, 590.

Crivello, Mons., 592.

Croi, Croui, Croy, Anthony, Lord of, 95.
-, proceedings of Counts of Charolais against, 57; Camulio sees, 76.

-, John de, Count of Chimay, Chymai, Cymai:

sent to Edward, 205, 208.

Crondon [Brittany, France]:
-, English take, 383.

Cropello, 308.

Crouder, John, Catholic priest, 620.

Croui. See Croi.

Croy:
-, despatch dated from, 163.

-, See also Croi.

Croys, Thomas de la, proctor of Henry IV, 275.

Crugresalt, Lord. See Monypeny.

Crussol, Louis de, Captain Cusoles, 196.

Crutux, Lord of. See Bruges, Louis of, Lord of Gruthuyse.

Cusoles. See Crussol.

Cuyer Button. See Bouton, Claude.

Cymai, Count of. See Croi.



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