Spain
1519

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G. A. Bergenroth (editor)

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1866

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'Spain: 1519', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 294-296. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93640 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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1519.
S. E. L. 2016. Lib. de Berzosa. Vol. xxvi. f. 26v.
267. Treaty between Pope Leo X. and the King Of France.
1. The contracting parties bind themselves to conquer Ferrara, which undertaking does not offer any difficulty, if the King of France and the Venetians are of the same mind about it.
2. The frontiers of the Papal States are to be extended on the one side to the river Liris, and on the other side to the towns of Aquila and Sancti Hermani, included.
3. The kingdom of Naples is to be given to the second son of the King of France. Until he attains a lawful age, the kingdom is to be governed by Papal legates.
4. The future King of Naples is never to take cognizance of spiritual affairs concerning that kingdom.
5. Lucca is to be given to the republic of Florence. The Florentines are to pay 100,000 gold crowns to the Pope and 100,000 gold crowns to the King of France.
Superscribed : "Summary of the treaty concluded between Pope Leo X. and the King of France, at Bologna, in the year 1519."
Latin. Copy made in the archives of Rome, at the command of King Philip II. of Spain. p. 1.
18 March.
M. B. N. MSS. F. 59. f. 24.
268. Charles, King Of Spain, to the Bishop Of Worcester, English Ambassador in Rome.
The nuncio of the Pope has delivered him his letters, in which he begs once more to recommend Johannes Roscius, his kinsman, to the Viceroy of Naples. Will do so.—Barcelona, the 18th of March 1519.
Addressed : "The King to the English ambassador in Rome."
Spanish. Original register. (fn. 1) p. 1.
20 April.
M. B. N. MSS. E. 59. f. 32.
269. Charles, King Of Spain, to the Bishop Of Worcester Ambassador of the King Of England.
Has heard from Thomas Spinelli how much trouble he takes to further his (King Charles's) interests. Begs him to continue to act in the same manner.
Appreciates very highly the services he is rendering to him.
It is necessary to act with the greatest energy in order that the person who is so obnoxious to the Pope, to the King of England, his uncle, and to him, should not become Emperor. The King of France has openly declared that he will make war if he is not elected. Promises to take measures to prevent the King of France from injuring his friends.—Barcelona, the 20th of April 1519.
Indorsed : "The King to the English ambassador."
Latin. Original register. p. 1.
1 May.
P. A. d. l'E. S.H. K. K. 349.
270. French Pensions paid to English Subjects.
On the 1st of May 1519 the following sums of money were paid to the following persons, as half-yearly instalments of their pensions from the King of France :—
Livres Tournois.
To the Duke of Norfolk 875
To the Duke of Suffolk 875
To Thomas, Cardinal, Archbishop of York 1,400
To the Bishop of Winchester 525
To Charles Somerset, Earl of Worcester 1,700
To George, Earl of Shrewsbury 875
To Sir Thomas Lovel 175
To William Compton 350
To John Meautis, Secretary of the King of England 87
To Clarenceux King-at-Arms 87
French. Book of accounts concerning the pensions paid to the King of England and to English subjects. pp. 2.
5 May.
P. A. d. l'E. S. H. K. K. 349.
271. The King Of France to All Persons.
Has paid the King of England 25,000 livres Tournois, as instalment of the 600,000 écus d'or de soleil which he has bound himself to pay to the said King of England, as equivalent for the town and castle of Tournay, for St. Amand, and Mortagne. The King of England has acknowledged the payment in his receipt dated the 5th of May 1519.
French. Book of accounts. p. 1.
1 June.
P. A. d. l'E. S. H. K. K. 349.
272. French Pension to Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal, Archbishop Of York.
The King of France has agreed to pay to Thomas, Cardinal, Archbishop of York, a pension of 12,000 livres Tournois a year, as equivalent for the revenues of the bishopric of Tournay, which the Cardinal renounces. The half-yearly instalment of this pension, consisting of 6,000 livres Tournois, has been paid to the Cardinal, Archbishop of York, according to his receipt dated the 1st of June 1519.
French. Book of accounts concerning the payment of pensions to the King of England and to English subjects. p. ½.
1 Nov.
P. A. d. l'E. S. H. K. K. 349.
273. French Pensions paid to English Subjects.
On the 1st of November 1519 the following sums of money were paid to the following persons, as half-yearly instalments of their pensions from the King of France :—
Livres Tournois.
To the Duke of Norfolk 875
To the Duke of Suffolk 875
To Thomas, Cardinal, Archbishop of York 1,400
and 6,000
To the Bishop of Winchester 525
To Charles Somerset, Earl of Worcester 1,700
To George, Earl of Shrewsbury 875
To Sir Thomas Lovel 175
To William Compton 350
To John Meautis, Secretary of the King of England 87
To Clarenceux King-at-Arms 87
French. Book of accounts concerning the payment of pensions to the King of England and to English subjects. pp. 2.

Footnotes

1 The volume E. 59 is a portion of the original "Registros" or Rolls of Castile, of which only a few scattered fragments are found in various places. Before it made its way into the Bibliotheca Nacional it was preserved in the library of King Philip V.


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