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1912

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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan: 1385-1618 (1912), pp. 689-691. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92329 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Dacia. See Denmark.

Dacre, Dacres, Dakyre, de Acias, Dacies, Thomas, Lord, of Gilsland:
-, slain at Towton, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77.

-, Thomas, Lord, Earl of Acres:

reported slain at Flodden, 400; fought at Flodden, 406, 407.

Dagenham, Dagnam, co. Essex, 377.

Daillon, Jean, Seigneur du Lude, M. de Luda, 200.
-, sent to Edward, 210.

Dakyre. See Dacre.

Dallaghiexia, Luchino:
-, letters of, 128, 131.

Dallugo, Count Ludovico, Count Lodovicho, 96.
-, brings horses, 100, 102; letter to Milan, 101; honours to, 102; well received in England, 158.

Damascus syrup, 342.

Damelia, Bartholomeo, 228.

Damery. See Rollin, Louis de, Seigneur d'Aymeres.

Dammartin, Count of. See Chabannes, Antony de.

Danby, Earl of, 195, 220.

Dance. See Danzig.

Dandolo, Marco, Venetian ambassador at Milan, 300.

Danes. See Denmark.

Danet, Thomas, 202.

Dansi, a knight, 407.

Danzig, Dance [West Prussia, German Empire]:
-, embassy from to England, 573.

Darabatta, Nicolo:
-, letter to Coppino, 53.

Darcy, George, son of Thomas, Lord:
-, fought at Flodden, 406.

-, Thomas, Lord of Templehurst, Lord Darsiser, Darsi:

imprisoned, 585; executed, 587.

Dario, Messer, 552.

Darnley, Lord. See Stuart, Henry.

Darsiser, Darsi. See Darcy.

Datary. See Ghiberti, Matteo.

Daubeny, Giles, chamberlain of the Household, the lord chamberlain:
-, sent against Warbeck, 328; French pension, 335; Milan advised to write to, 349, 351.

D'Aubigny. See Stuart, Bernard.

Daulos, Rodrigo, 560, 561.

Daun Oberstein, Philip von, Archbishop of Cologne:
-, attends diet at Worms, 386.

Dauphiné, France, 214, 437.
-, forces in, 422.

Day, John, 621.

d'Aymeres. See Rollin, Louis de.

de Acias. See Dacre.

Deber, Mons. de. See Touchet. James, Lord Audley.

Decembrio, Pietro Candido, 4n. Picolpasso recommends to Gloucester, 5, 6; letters to Gloucester, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13; letters of Gloucester to, 7–12.

Decio, Messer Filippo:
-, opinion on divorce, 534.

Delarta, Perino, of Parma, son of Federigo, 1.

De la Warr, Lord:
-, holds town for Henry, 27n.

Delfino, Cardinal Zaccaria, 589.

-, Giovanni, Bishop of Brescia, 607.

Dengen. See Angers.

Denmark, King of, 3, 442.
-, mission to, for peace, 517n.

-, -, See Christian I; John, King of Denmark.

chancellor of, ambassador in England, 307.

Denmark, Dacia, Danes, 467, 573.
-, more formidable to England than Scotland, 358, 360; friendship of Henry VIII with, 566.

Derby, Earl of. See Henry.

Desero, il, 83.

Desio [Prov. Milano, Italy]:
-, letter dated at, 610.

Desmoulins, Lord. See Hungerford, Robert, Lord de Moleyns.

d'Esquerdes. See Crevecœur, Philip de, Seigneur des Querdes.

Deuxponts, Duke of. See John the elder, Duke of Zweibrucken.

Devon, county of:
-, rebellion in, 95n.

-, Earl of. See Courtenay, Edward, and Thomas.

Dieppe [Seine Inférieure, France], 101n.
-, English embark at, 213, 214.

Dijon [Cote d'Or. France], 601.
-, letter dated at, 16.
-, Swiss surround, 399; French sally out of, 401.

D'imolis, Lord. See Hungerford, Robert, Lord do Moleyns.

Dilcerre, Lord. See Butler, Thomas Earl of Wiltshire.

Dinecharo, Nicolo:
-, letter of, 291.

Dinteville, John de, bailly of Troyes, the bailo of Troix:
-, French ambassador in England:
-, departure, 579.

Diodle. See Beaulieu.

Ditchfield, Dixfil, Sir John, commanding English troops in Burgundian army, 227.

Divorce, of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon:
-, queen protests king acting conscientiously about, 519; question before University of Paris, 520, 521; Universities consulted, 532.
-, Henry has opinions of universities proclaimed, 530; clergy to decide upon, 534.
-, Francis asked to help about, 535; Francis holds conference about, 536.
-, pope expected to grant, referred back to Rota, 537; pope will not change about, 538.
-, Henry wants to have in own hands, 539; Agramonte goes to Rome about, 540.
-, Henry denies unworthy motives, 541; Henry cited to Rome, 543; negotiations in France, 548.
-, proceedings at Rome, 549, 558, 559, 564, 567–70; Henry and emperor remonstrate with pope, 550; secrecy observed at, 559, 567.
-, appeal to Council, 565; Francis intervenes with pope, 566; sentence against Henry, 570, 571.

Dixfil. See Ditchfield.

Doget, John, English ambassador to Rome, 237n.

Dogs, 221, 245.
-, Milan wants English, 100, 145, 147, 148, 151, 152, 155, 158, 159, 229; English for Milan, 222, 251; greyhounds presented to Louis by English lord, 183; Edward promises to Milan, 226.

Dokwra, Thomas, prior of St. John of Jerusalem, Prior of England, English ambassador to France, 439.

Domezaque, Bertram de:
-, arrests Genoese citizens, 4.

Don Martino. See Chabannes, Antony de, Count of Dammartin.

Dordrecht, Dret [South Holland, Netherlands]:
-, port of, 275.

Doria, Andrea:
-, at Rome, 482.

-, -, Milanese ambassador at Genoa:

despatch, 568.

-, Cardinal Joannettin, 650.

-, Monsignor, 590.

Dormont, Earl. See Butler, John, Earl of Ormonde.

Dorothea, Duchess of Brunswick, 608.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville.

Douai [Nord, France]:
-, English seminaries at, 615–17, 629, 643, 644, 646.
-, letter dated at, 652.
-, prior of the English at. See White.

Douglas, Archibald, sixth Earl of Angus, 579n.
-, marries Queen Margaret of Scotland, 440; dispute with wife, 448, 449.
-, outlawed, 519.

-, James, ninth Earl of:

made Knight of Garter, 108.

-, Lady Margaret:

imprisoned, 579.

Dousi, Lord. See Hussey, John, Lord.

Dover, co. Kent, 220, 363, 467, 573.
-, rejoicings at, over Yorkist success, 77; Warwick has fleet near, 93; Passano builds retreat at, 529.
-, despatch from, 321.

Dret. See Dordrecht.

Dronssades, Earl of, 195.

Dublin, Archbishop of. See Allen, John.

Duchanour, M., 201.

Ducket, Duchetus, Evan, Catholic priest, 603.

Ducton, John, of Southampton, 602.

Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 603.

Duelebi. See Wellse, Richard de, Lord Willoughby.

Duelles. See Welles, Leo, Lord.

Duffo, Mons., 200.

Dunbar, co. Haddington, Scotland:
-, French send munitions of war to, 407.

Dunblane, Bishop of. See Chisholm, William.

Dunkirk [French Flanders], 16, 352, 354.

Dunois, Count of. See John of Orleans.

Dunstable, co. Bedford:
-, Margaret withdraws to, 51.

Duporno, Count of:
-, at Picquigny, 212.

du Prat. See Prat.

Duras, Lord, made Knight of Garter, 108n.

Duras, M., French ambassador to England, 332, 333.

Durham, co. Durham:
-, Bishop of, 397.
-, -, See Foxe, Richard; Shirwode, John.
-, proposed university at, 625.

Durrea. See Urea.

Duvaloni. Monsig., ambassador of Archduke, 291.



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