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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 711-720. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93701 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Abbeville, ii. 664.

Abbia, taken by the Imperialists, ii. 626.

Abingdon, letter dated from, i. 248.

Abruzzi, the, ii. 347, 682.

Acanea, Spanish word, primitive sense lost, i. 180.

Acquitaine, restoration of, i. 22, 38.

-, re-conquest of, projected by England and Spain, ii. 57, 58, 62, 84, 113, 115.

Adda, ii. 224.

Admiralty, process pending in Court of, i. 374.

Adolphus, Duke of Cleves, ii. 340.

Adorni, the, the ruling party in Genoa, ii. 141, 306, 471.

-, -, assistance in enterprise on Genoa, promised by, 343.

-, -, inimical to Andrea Doria, 462.

-, -, Genoa taken by, 464.

-, -, well intentioned towards the Emperor, 489.

Adorno, Antoniotto, Doge of Genoa, ii. 456.

-, -, good, but wanting in energy and intellect, 540.

-, -, sets at liberty the servants of Cardinal Auch, 548.

-, -, communicates with Charles V. on illness of Adrian VI., 558.

-, -, letter from Charles V. to, 560.

-, -, letter to Charles V. from, 585.

-, -, blames the Imperial fleet, and is himself accused, 590.

-, -, he and his Genoese to succour the Emperor, 640.

-, -, truce between Francis I. and, 678.

-, Hieronymo, a marriage proposed for, 305.

-, -, citadel of Genoa taken by, 461.

-, -, goes to receive the new Pope Adrian VI., 470.

-, -, Centurio sent with credentials to, 496.

-, -, advises Charles V. to send commissioner to the Swiss, 499.

-, -, goes to extort an answer from the Venetians on the league question, 500.

-, -, means must be taken to render easier his negotiation with Venice, 506.

-, -, treaty with Ferrara to be concluded by, 509.

-, -, is sent to Venice, 511.

-, -, arrival and illness at Venice of, 518.

-, -, Charles V. sends powers to, to conclude an Italian defensive league 519.

-, -, his plans for carrying on the French war, 530.

-, -, death of, 536, 540, 548.

-, -, mention of, at 315, 327, 456, 469, 489, 502, 504, 512.

-, -, letters from, 483, 498, 503, 507, 514, 516, 517, 521, 526.

Adrian VI., See Pope Adrian.

-, Cardinal, Bishop of Hereford, i. 324.

-, a Fleming, valet de chambre of the Pope, ii. 494, 546, 547.

Adursa, Juan, ii. 248.

Africa, offers from Spain to France respecting, i. 63.

-, proposition to Henry VII. respecting, 367.

-, Henry VII. promises to undertake the conquest of, 368.

-, infidels in, 437.

-, proposal to carry the war into, 438.

-, mode of warfare in, 438.

-, England ready to make war in, 454.

-, Ferdinand proposes an expedition to ii. 29.

-, victory of Ferdinand in, 44.

-, mention of, 300, 609.

African war, doubt of Spain engaging in i. 437.

Agostin, broker of Pantaleon, i. 228.

Agramont, Count, ii. 695.

Agreda, Dr., servant of the Cardinal of Santa Croce, ii. 403.

-, -, influence of with the Pope, 414.

-, -, offers his services to the Emperor, 453, 495.

-, -, deprived of the bishopric of Ostia, 546.

Aguado, Juan, courier, i. 139.

Aguila, Diego del, Count, letters from King Ferdinand to, ii. 223, 258.

-, -, mention of, 320.

Aguilar del Campo, letters dated from, ii. 462 465.

Aguilera, Christobal de, Knight Commander, ii. 96.

Agurto, Sanchez de, license granted to, i. 2.

Ainsworth, Henry, doctor of laws, i. 3.

Aix la Chapelle, i. 336.

-, coronation of Charles V. at, ii. 326.

-, citizens of, re fuse entrance to a French garrison, 651.

Alarcon, pacifies mutinous troops in Naples, ii. 413, 585.

-, good news from, 590.

-, Cassano attacked and taken by, 692.

-, bravery and watchfulness at Pavia of, 701.

-, is wounded at Pavia, 709.

Alba, Duke of, ii. 65.

Alband, Ponot, a horse to be brought from England by, i. 195.

Albanel, Juan de, Spanish merchant, i. 25.

Albany, Duke of, sent to Scotland by Francis I., ii. 262.

-, -, dissatisfied with conduct of Francis I., 317.

-, -, reports concerning the, 383.

-, -, governor of Scotland
-, seeks money and troops in France, 514.

-, -, not to go to Scotland, 554.

-, -, and his partisans forced to quit Scotland, 670.

-, -, about to invade Naples, 681.

-, -, his movements in Italy, 682.

-, -, is sent to Naples by Francis I.
-, commands in the French army, 683, 688.

-, -, obtains money at Lucca
-, is recalled by Francis, 694.

-, -, returns to the French camp at Siena, 696.

-, -, in need of money, obtains it from Siena, 697, 702.

-, -, enterprise on Naples of, 706.

-, -, well received at Rome by Pope Clement VII., 707.

-, -, horrible cruelties committed at Siena by, 707.

-, -, mention of, 689, 692, 693, 705, 709.

Albenga, the Governor of, informs Charles V. of the election of Clement VII., ii. 596.

Albion, Juan de, Spanish ambassador to the King of France, i. 64.

-, -, instructions to be sent to, 81.

-, -, letter from, 110.

Albornoz, Bernardino, ii. 600.

Albret, the Count d', a daughter of, i. 184.

Alby, Cardinal of, ii. 35.

Alcala de Henares, letters dated from, i. 1, 147-9, 295, 304-6.

Alcares, licentiate, letter respecting Princess of Wales from, i. 262.

Alcoran, the, Bible mistaken for, i. 113.

Aldenay, reprisals of, i. 113.

Alduan, Vincent de, parcel received by, i. 159.

Alecrin, Moors of, i. 241.

Aleman, Juan, ii. 584.

Alessandria, lost by the French, ii. 400.

-, approached by Imperial troops, 673.

-, mentioned at 626, 677, 697.

Alexander VI., joins league, i. 55.

-, bull of, 5th August 1495, i. 66.

-, letter to De Puebla from, 69.

Alexander, chaplain to Princess of Wales, i. 246, 247.

-, - to De Puebla, 269.

Alfaro, letter dated from, i. 72.

Alfonse, King of Naples, i. 408.

Alfonso, Don, hereditary Prince of Portugal, i. 115.

Alhambra, power dated from palace of, i. 42.

Alliance, special, with the King of the Romans, urged upon Henry VII., i. 68.

-, Spanish and English, to be kept secret, 70.

- between Henry VII. and Archduke, no delay in, 82.

- of Henry VII. and the King of the Romans and the Archduke, conditions of, 83.

- between Henry VII. and the Archduke, 95.

- between Spain and England, 6, 116, 123, 132, 180, 186, 196, 197, 203, 215, 220, 223, 226, 334, 338, 342, 354, 368.

- - - and France, i. 467.

- - - and Scotland, i. 175.

-, new members of the, proposed :—The Pope
-, the Emperor
-, the King of France
-, the King of England, i. 468.

- proposed against France, ii. 51.

- between Prince Charles, Kings of England and Spain, 52.

- between Kings Ferdinand and Henry VIII., 75.

- with Spain, England, and Emperor Maximilian, urged upon King of France, 119.

- between Venetians, Florentines, and Spain proposed, 140.

-, terms for an, with Spain, offered by King of France, 188.

- made by Pope Leo X. with François I. of France, 265.

- desired by Emperor Charles V. with the Pope and King of England, 301.

-, offensive, between Emperor and Pope concluded, 352.

-, projected, between Adrian VI., Charles V., and Henry VIII., 420.

-, articles and objects of the, between Henry VIII. and Duke of Bourbon, 575.

Allies, Spanish and French treaty to include, i. 142.

Almazan, town of, i. 98.

-, letters dated from, i. 98, 106, 108.

-, Miguel Perez de, secretary of state to Ferdinand and Isabella, i. 63.

-, -, paragraphs added to letter by, 82.

-, -, draught written by, 86.

-, -, letter to, 179.

-, -, letter from Henry VII. to, 222.

-, -, letter from De Puebla to, 231.

-, -, letter to De Puebla from, 258.

-, -, letter to, 348.

-, -, letter from Henry VII. to, 407.

-, -, letters from the Princess Katharine to, 413, 423.

-, -, letter of congratulation from Henry VII. to, 425.

-, -, letter from Alonso de Esquivel to, 426.

-, -, written directions to—, who goes ambassador to England, from, ii. 6.

-, -, letter to Gutier Fuensalida, Knight Commander of Membrilla, concerning marriage of King Henry and Princess of Wales, from, 11.

-, -, letter to Princess Katharine from, 15.

-, -, letter to secretary of Madame Margaret of Austria, 30.

-, -, desires that Madame Margaret be induced to bring about alliance be tween England, France, amd Spain, 31.

-, -, letter from Luis Caroz to, 44.

-, -, order creating Henry Guildford Spanish knight signed by, 54.

-, -, secret communication to Spanish ambassadors in France from, 91.

-, -, draft of instructions to Quintana written by, 118.

-, -, copy of treaty of Lille written by, 179.

-, -, instructions to Quintana written by, 188.

-, -, powers of King Ferdinand signed by, 105, 208.

-, -, dying state of, mentioned, 222.

Almunia, letter dated from, i. 199.

Alonso, King of Portugal, ii. 396.

-, Fray, de Carmona, 494.

Alost, letter dated from, i. 337.

Aloyn, Madame de, i. 200, 201.

Alpajura, Moors of, i. 241.

Alphons, King of Naples, ii. 245.

-, Duke of Ferrara, reference made to the late, 63-4.

Alps, the, crossed by the French, ii. 258, 676.

Alpuraras, Moors in, i. 218.

Alvarez, Diego, public notary, i. 264.

-, Fernando, Spanish secretary of state, i. 19.

-, -, will give news of Spain, 68, 71.

-, -, commercial letter written in the hand of, 75.

-, -, confused paragraph written by, 81.

-, -, particulars from, 85.

-, -, despatch given to the Queen by, 93.

-, -, letter from Ferdinand and Isabella signed by, 98.

-, -, papers to be sent to Ferdinand and Isabella by, 219.

-, -, notice of delivery of papers by, 219.

Alviano, Bartholomeo, ii. 166.

Alzira, ii. 511.

Amadis, foot tournament instituted in imitation of, ii. 44.

Ambassadors, gent by Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain to conclude treaty of alliance and marriage with Henry VII. of England, i. 5.

-, sent by Henry VII. to offer homage to the new Pope, 324.

-, little use in a congress, 419.

-, sent by Maximilian, the Archduke Charles, and the Archduchess Margaret, to treat with those of Henry VII. respecting the marriage of the Archduke, 443.

-, sent by Henry VII. to treat with those of Maximilian, Archduke Charles, and the Archduchess Margaret, concerning the marriage of the Archduke with the Princess Mary of England, 444.

Ambassador, sent by King Ferdinand to England, to arrange difficulties concerning marriage of the Princess Katharine, ii. 1.

-, -, letter from Almazan to —, who goes to England as, 6.

-s, suggestions made by King Ferdinand for avoiding disputes as to precedency at the Council of the Lateran of the, 59.

-s of King Henry VIII. conclude treaty with Madame Margaret, 91.

-s sent by Henry VIII. to ask aid of a fleet from King Ferdinand, 127.

-, French, sent to Ferdinand, 146.

-, Imperial, sent to procure ratification of Henry VIII. to treat with France, 225.

-s, sent to conclude treaty of peace between King of France andHenry VIII., 230.

-s, Imperial, sent to Calais to meet Wolsey, 360.

-, English, audience of with Signory, 473.

-, the English, favours the Venetian republic, 491.

-, the English, conference of, with Sessa on help to be given by Henry VIII., 497.

-, English. See Clerk. Pace.

Amboise, the Cardinal of, i. 356, 394, 398, 430.

-, -, half of Cambray to be left for, 466.

-, -, Margaret of Austria to mention the wish of Henry VII. for alliance with France to, 468.

-, -, originator of the treaty of 12th Dec. 1509, ii. 33.

-, -, 35.

America, English discoveries in, i. 176.

Amont, Bailly of, i. 396.

Amposta, orders sent to the warden of, ii. 223.

Ammonius, And., signature, ii. 271.

Amsterdam, bond of the burgomaster of, i. 455.

-, town of, promises of repayment of loan made by the King of England to Charles, Archduke of Austria, by, 451.

Anajara, the Duke of, variance between theConstable of Spain and, i. 362.

Anatolia, rebellion against the Turks in, ii. 334.

Anchemant, Petrus, i. 385.

Ancona, Petrus de Accoltis, Cardinal of (see also S. Eusebio), ii. 312, 364, 385, 400.

-, -, -, leader of the anti-imperial party, 401.

-, -, captain of the cardinal governors of Rome, 408.

Andalusia, Portugal as obedient as, i. 77.

-, privileges accorded to the English unknown in, 367.

-, English shipping in, 374.

Andermund, town of, i. 50.

André, Bernard, witness, i. 210.

Angers, Archdeacon of, French ambassador, i. 208.

Angoulême, Duke of, afterwards King Francis I., proposed marriage of the daughter of, i. 402.

-, -, proposed marriage of the sister of, 333, 437.

-, -, the Prince of Wales to marry the sister of, 467.

-, Count of, ii. 207.

-, Madame d', i. 394.

-, -, ii. 328.

-, Monsieur d', the sister of, i. 218.

-, -, marriage of, 219,394, 399.

Angelo, Dr., opinion on restitution of marriage portion of Princess Katharine by, i. 304.

Aniago, ii. 672.

Anna, Madame, ii. 255.

Anne of Brittany (see Brittany).

-, Queen of France (see France also), ii. 118.

-, -, and King asked to deliver up Made. Renée as security to Ferdinand, 126.

-, -, mission from King Ferdinand to, 191.

-, -, desires peace with Ferdinand, 192.

Anonymous letter to Puebla, i. 180.

Anthonius, Seigneur de Ligne, ii. 232.

Antonio, quoted by de Puebla, i. 112.

-, Prior Don, ii. 344.

-, servant of Pope Adrian VI., ii. 547.

Antwerp, duty laid on English cloth at, i. 112.

-, promise to repay loan by, 451.

-, bond of the burgomasters of, 455.

-, church of St. Michael at, ii. 308.

-, King of Denmark arrives at, 553.

-, contradictory reports as to English movements brought to, 652.

Aposentador, Major, a court officer, ii. 527.

Apostolic See, state of finances of, i. 39.

-, -, vacancy of, 310.

Apulia, Capitanate of, i. 273, 283.

-, war unexpected by Ferdinand in, 286.

-, threatened by Venetians and Turks, ii. 196.

-, mentioned at 458, 611.

Aquila, Count, ii. 329.

-, town of, ii. 294.

-, affairs of, 341, 707.

Aragon, florins of, i. 12.

-, Castile and, 23.

-, the King and Queen of Spain in, 76.

-, right of succession to the throne of, 130.

-, memoir respecting affairs of, 394.

-, the King of, liberty given to export, &c., by Henry VII. to all subjects of, 349.

-, -, sentiments towards the young Queen of Naples of, 361.

-, -, report to Henry VII. of James Braybroke, Francis Marsin, and John Stile, respecting, 362.

-, -, audience given to English ambassadors by, 362.

-, -, affairs of, 362.

-, -, no mention of war between France and, 363.

-, -, marriage articles shown by English ambassadors to, 363.

-, -, probability of the marriage of, 364.

-, -, conference of the old Queen of Naples with, 364.

-, -, King of the Romans distrusted by, 365.

-, -, description of, 365.

-, -, promise made to the Cardinal d'Amboise by, 394.

-, -, kingdom of Castile usurped by, 402.

-, -, Henry VII. promises to send ambassadors to, 419.

-, -, no intention to exclude the Archduke entertained by, 446.

-, -, King of France a good ally of, 456.

-, -, plan proposed by Henry VII. to injure, 457.

-, -, question to be asked by the Archduchess Margaret of the ambassador of, 467.

-, -, alliance between France and, 467.

-, -, from the treaties made at Cambroy, Henry VII. would exclude, 467.

-, -, expedients to weaken the union between France and, 467.

-, -, probability of France giving up the alliance with, 468.

-, -, proposition in the new alliance of excluding, 468.

-, -, probability of the Castilians expelling, 468.

Aragon and Castile to remain the undivided inheritance of Prince Charles, ii. 187.

-, inquisition in, 321.

-, in a state of discontent, 461.

-, parliaments held and subsidies raised in, 654, 659.

-, mentioned also at, 185, 206, 618.

Aragon, Archbishop of, 353.

-, King of, included in treaty, 35.

-, -, has seized Navarra, 243.

-, -, proposed expedition against the, 244.

-, provincial of, Juan de Eztuniga, 143, 248.

-, Queen of, 416.

Arbiel, John de, license to, i. 26.

Arbiete, Francis de, Spanish merchant, i. 42.

Archbishoprics, &c., in Scotland, i. 173.

Archdcanery, an, Pedro de Ayala requests, i. 179.

Archduchess, the (Dona Juana), wife of Philip, Archduke of Austria, i. 104.

-, -, Isabella intends to send to Flanders, 107.

-, -, wishes of Henry VII., respecting, 110.

-, -, vessels delayed to sail with the fleet of, 114.

-, -, sailing of fleet to take to Flanders, 119.

-, -, Isabella at Laredo with, 120.

-, -, cordial reception asked of Henry VII. for, 120.

-, -, Isabella gives instructions to de Puebla respecting the arrival in England of, 121.

-, -, Isabella orders Cartella to overtake the fleet of, 121.

-, -, date of the day of sailing of, 124.

-, -, good intentions towards Henry VII., of, 124.

-, -, preparation made by King of France to intercept, 124.

-, -, Isabella has had no news of, 124.

-, -, letter written by Henry VII. to, 135.

-, -, Isabella anxious to hear of, 135, 136.

-, -, no answer made to Henry VII. by, 141.

-, -, news of, 142.

-, -, letter from Henry VII. to, 143.

-, -, pregnancy of, 150, 164, 192.

-, -, letter from Sub-Prior of Santa Cruz respecting, 181, 182.

-, -, reception of Londoño by, 182.

-, -, health and conduct of, 184.

-, -, Henry VII. wishes Puebla to be written to in secret by, 196.

-, -, clauses against the Duchess Dowager rejected by, 196.

-, -, Henry VII., his dependence on, and letters to, 198.

-, -, confinement of, 199, 200.

-, -, letter from Sub-Prior of Santa Cruz to Isabella, respecting, 199, 202.

-, -, poverty of, 201.

-, -, misery of the Spaniards who came to Flanders with, 202.

-, -, lukewarmness of the Flemings on arrival of, 208.

-, -, consequences of sending many servants to Flanders with, 226.

-, -, letters to Henry VII. from, 227.

-, -, letters taken by the Bishop of Malaga to, 227.

-, -, good news of, 338.

-, -, account of health of Isabella from, 341.

-, -, invited by Ferdinand to Spain, 355.

-, -, Ferdinand behaved well to, 355.

-, -, conduct of Ferdinand to, 391.

-, Margaret, the, (see Margaret,) Treaty between Henry VII. and Philip of Castile concerning the intended marriage with, i. 382.

-, -, marriage portion and jointure of, 382.

-, -, the King of England to contract a marriage with the proxies of, 383.

-, -, various clauses in treaty concerning, 383.

-, -, the King of the Romans to use his influence with, 384.

-, -, declaration of Philip of Castile about, 387, 388.

-, -, delay of Henry VII. to send ambassadors to settle the marriage with, 388.

-, -, Philip of Castile ratifies treaty of marriage between Henry VII. and, 393.

-, -, Maximilian congratulates Henry on his marriage being arranged with, 393.

-, -, refusal to marry Henry VII. from, 393.

-, -, French memoir respecting the intended marriage of, 394.

-, -, report of the emissaries of Maximilian respecting, 395.

-, -, report of M. de Croy to Philip of Castile respecting Henry VII. and, 396.

-, -, Henry VII. to Maximilian respecting treaty of marriage and alliance with, 397.

-, -, hesitation respecting a marriage with Henry VII. of, 400.

-, -, promise of, to assist Prince Charles, 403.

-, -, presents sent by Henry VII. to, 431.

-, -, letter from Maximilian respecting alliance with England to, 432.

-, -, letter from Maximilian to, 442.

-, -, treaty with Henry VII. concerning marriage of Archduke Charles entered into by, 443.

-, -, conferences of the Emperor with, 445.

-, -, the Emperor cannot influence, 446.

-, -, bond of, 450.

-, -, Maximilian to, 454.

-, -, - sends ratifications of treaties with England to, 454, 455.

-, -, letter from the Provost of Cassel to, 456.

-, -, letter from Provost of Cassel (on the treachery of Henry VII. to Ferdinand) to, 457.

-, -, letter from Maximilian (respecting the marriage of the Archduke Charles) to, 460.

-, -, ratification of treaty of marriage by, 465.

-, -, bond of, 465.

-, -, letter from Maximilian (respecting congress at Cambray) to, 466.

-, -, letter to the ambassadors of the King of Castile in England from, 468.

-, Queen, Ferdinand's conduct towards the, i. 356.

-, -, voyage to Spain of, 370.

-, -, King of France gives safe conduct to, 371.

-, -, interview of Henry VII. with, 371.

-, -, treaty between Ferdinand and, 391.

-, -, Ferdinand details his acts towards, 392.

Archduke Charles, the King of France will not give his daughter to, i. 399.

-, -, Duke of Gueldres attempts to usurp the dominions of, 402.

-, -, marriage concluded with English Princess for, 437.

-, -, complaint of King of France respecting marriage of, 442.

-, -, treaty concerning the marriage of, 443.

-, -, a marriage with the Princess Mary to be concluded by, 444.

-, -, dowry after death of Princess to remain with, 445.

-, -, Maximilian ratifies the treaty of marriage concluded for, 446.

-, -, bonds of Henry VII. respecting the marriage of his daughter to, 446, 447.

-, -, bond of Henry, Prince of Wales, respecting the marriage of Princess Mary with, 447.

-, -, bond of the Earls of Arundel and Oxford respecting the marriage of the Princess Mary with, 448.

-, -, bonds of the Earls of Arundel and Oxford and certain mayors and aldermen respecting the marriage of the Princess Mary with, 449.

-, -, bond respecting a marriage with the Princess Mary, of, 449.

-, -, bonds of Maximilian, Margaret of Austria, and, 450.

-, -, bond of the towns of Burgundy, Brabant, and Flanders, to repay loan made to, 451.

-, -, ratification of treaty of marriage between Princess Mary and, 454.

-, -, joint ratification of treaty of marriage by Maximilian and, 455.

-, -, bond of certain noblemen and towns in Flanders, Brabant, and Holland, to be security, &c., for, 456.

-, -, ratification and bond of the Archduchess Margaret concerning, 465.

-, -, cause of delay of marriage of Princess Mary with, 465.

-, -, bond of Maximilian for, 466.

-, -, bond and commission of Maximilian respecting the marriage of, 466.

-, -, marriage by proxy of, 469.

Archduke, the King, behaviour towards Ferdinand of, i. 355.

-, -, advice given by Ferdinand to, 356.

-, -, Portugal favours Ferdinand more than, 363.

-, -, half the duchy of Gueldres taken possession of by, 369.

-, -, intended voyage to Spain of, 369.

-, -, detention of the rebel Suffolk by, 369.

-, -, partiality shown by Princess of Wales to, 369.

-, -, interview between Princess of Wales and ambassador from, 370.

-, -, intended journey to Spain of, 371.

-, -, prohibition to go to the fairs at Calais from, 371.

-, -, frequent interviews of Princess of Wales with the ambassadors of, 371.

-, -, interview proposed between Henry VII. and, 371.

-, -, letter to Princess of Wales from, 372.

-, -, letter to Henry VII. from Princess of Wales respecting, 373.

-, -, letter from Princess of Wales respecting, 374.

-, -, the King of the Romans and, 374.

-, -, King Ferdinand's explanation not accepted by, 377.

-, -, requirements made by Ferdinand of, 378.

-, -, treaty of perpetual union and concord with Ferdinand signed and sworn to by, 391.

-, -, Ferdinand concludes a treaty with the ambassadors of, 392.

-, -, pensions given to officers of the late, 402.

-, -, Henry desires with the Queen of Castile the same sum paid to, 429.

-, -, nature of treaties concluded by Henry VII. with, 437.

-, -, prudence in negotiating of, 438.

Archduke, Philip, the, ambassadors to England from, i. 11.

-, -, aid given to Perkin Warbeck by, 59.

-, -, answer of Henry VII. to, 74.

-, -, marriage of, 74.

-, -, safety of dominions of, 80.

-, -, ambassador sent to England by, 81.

-, -, alliance between Henry VII. and, 82.

-, -, advantages to Spain and England of Spanish alliance with, 84.

-, -, treaty to be retarded between Henry VII. and, 88.

-, -, Henry VII.'s surprise at the inactivity of, 90.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella wish that Henry VII. should be reconciled with, 91.

-, -, alliance between Henry VII. and, 95.

-, -, negotiations with, 104.

-, -, sums spent by Ferdinand and Isabella in order to conclude the marriage with, 111.

-, -, duty laid on English cloth by, 112.

-, -, Doña Juana going to join, 114.

-, -, exception to be made in Spanish and English alliance of, 116, 120, 122, 123, 139, 158, 186, 204, 205, 211, 220, 223, 224, 229.

-, -, good faith must be kept with Henry VII. by, 133.

-, -, Ferdinand would reconcile Henry VII. with, 141.

-, -, several notices by Ferdinand of, 142.

-, -, Henry VII. speaks of negotiations with, 143.

-, -, instructions to Spanish ambassadors respecting France making peace with, 148.

-, -, treaties concluded by, 149.

-, -, the English desirous of peace with, 157.

-, -, ingratitude towards Henry VII. of, 161.

-, -, duty put on English cloth by, 165.

-, -, peace delayed between Henry VII. and, 167.

-, -, Spanish ambassadors well received by, 181, 182.

-, -, treaty concluded between the King of France and, 183.

-, -, letter from the Bishop elect of Astorga to Ferdinand and Isabella respecting, 184.

-, -, letter to De Puebla from, 185.

-, -, Perkin Warbeck deceived, 186.

-, -, Puebla to arrange the affair between Henry VII. and, 189.

-, -, peace made with France by, 192.

-, -, French treaty sworn to by, 193.

-, -, claim on Burgundy of, 195.

-, -, difficulty of negotiations between English commissioner and ambassadors of, 196, 197.

-, -, favour shown to the subjects of, 200.

-, -, passages in letter to Isabella respecting, 201.

-, -, Puebla did not in treaty reserve the rights of, 203.

-, -, interview between Henry VII. and, 226.

-, -, De Puebla conversed with, 227.

-, -, articles for the tournament sent to, 231.

-, -, Henry VII.'s reason for his interview with, 234.

-, -, Henry VII.'s probable reason for an interview with, 235.

-, -, departure for Bruges of, 236.

-, -, letter sent by Henry VII. to, 249.

-, -, treatment of Spanish attendants with Archduchess by, 251.

-, -, no money sent to Princess Margaret by, 268.

-, -, letter from Isabella respecting, 305.

-, -, Henry VII. cautioned against, 306.

-, -, letter to Henry VII. from, 336.

-, -, Henry VII. complains that his rebel is not given up by, 347.

-, -, Ferdinand complains of the conduct of, 355.

-, -, observation of Henry VII. respecting, 363.

-, -, Henry VII. speaks of his intentions towards, 364.

-, -, ill feeling of the English towards, 368.

-, -, desire of an interview with Henry VII. expressed by, 371.

-, -, behaviour of Ferdinand towards, 391.

-, -, Henry VII. would be a better son than, 431.

-, -, promises of Margaret to Henry VII. respecting the treaties concerted by, 437.

-, the Prince, letter from, 347.

Arco, Gérard del, Castellan of Mus, ii, 694.

Arcos, Diego de los, customs in part remitted to, i. 42.

Arechega, John de, license to, i. 26.

Arevato, despatch dated from, i. 353.

Argilles, Gaspar, ii. 536.

Argundegi, Stephen de, i. 26.

Arles, ii. 659, 662.

Armada, the conveying the Infanta Doña Juana, sailing of, i. 121.

Armellino, Francesco, Cardinal, ii. 389, 593.

Armengol, envoy to Cardinal Gurk, letter from King Ferdinand to, ii. 159.

Army in Scotland, manner of raising, i. 174.

Arnasi, courier, salary of, i. 98.

Arras, bishopric of, ii. 597.

Arremonendy, Johan de, master of Spanish vessel, i. 4.

Arresticita, John Ochoa de, license to, i. 26.

Arthur, Prince of Wales, commissions to conclude a treaty of marriage between the Princess Katharine and, i. 3.

-, -, agreement of the ambassadors and commissioners respecting the marriage of, 5.

-, -, no difficulties respecting the marriage of, 16.

-, -, commission to Thomas Savage and Richard Nanfan to conclude a treaty of marriage for, 17.

-, -, the Princess Katharine is to marry, 23.

-, -, Henry VII. ratifies the treaty concerning the marriage of, 34.

-, -, power given by Ferdinand and Isabella to amend the treaty of marriage between Princess Katharine and, 41.

-, -, commission from Henry VII. to treat with Spanish ambassadors concerning the marriage of, 49, 77.

-, -, note respecting marriage of, 53.

-, -, conditions on which may be concluded the marriage contract between Princess Katharine and, 70.

-, -, marriage of, 77.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella are ready to conclude treaty of marriage between Princess Katharine and, 84.

-, -, commission from Henry VII. to treat with De Puebla respecting marriage between Princess Katharine and, 87.

-, -, injurious to make public the marriage of, 98.

-, -, powers granted to De Puebla to conclude a marriage between Princess Katharine and, 86, 125.

-, -, power from Henry VII. to Bishop of London to conclude a treaty of marriage between Princess Katharine and, 128.

-, -, treaty between Henry VII. and Ferdinand and Isabella respecting the marriage of, 129.

-, -, age when the marriage shall be contracted by, 129.

-, -, Princess Katharine empowers De Puebla to contract amarriage in her name with, 131.

-, -, conditions respecting male issue of, 148.

-, -, letter from Elizabeth to Isabella on the subject of the marriage of, 145.

-, -, notice of conclusion of the marriage of, 160.

-, -, satisfaction expressed by Henry VII. at the marriage of, 160.

-, -, marriage ceremony performed at the Chapel of Bewdley between the proxy of Princess Katharine and, 209.

-, -, letter to Katharine, Princess of Wales from, 212.

-, -, Katharine, Princess of Wales, ratifies her marriage with, 212.

-, -, Henry VII. ratifies the solemnization of the marriage between the Princess Katharine and, 219.

-, -, De Puebla goes to Wales to, 249.

-, -, the Queen of Spain to be told of the ratification of the marriage between the Princess Katharine and, 254.

-, -, Princess Katharine endowed with certain towns, manors, lands, rents, &c., by, 263.

-, -, acknowledgment of certain monies by, 264.

-, -, grief expressed by Ferdinand and Isabella at the death of, 267.

-, -, reference made to, ii. 1.

Artiaga, Ferdinand de (messenger), detention of, i. 141.

-, -, letters sent by, i. 143.

Articles proposed by Henry VIII. to the Duke of Bourbon, ii. 575.

Artieta to carry off Juan Manuel prisoner, ii. 139, 206, 251.

Artillery, Scotch, i. 174.

Artois, three towns of, i. 183.

-, sovereignty of King of France recognized by, 430.

-, forces to repel the French to be kept by the Emperor at, ii. 439, 555.

-, war to continue in, 556.

-, abbacies in, 312.

Arundel, Thos., Earl of, bond of, i. 448, 449.

Arvieto, Francisco de, of Orduño, money paid to De Puebla for a pardon for perjury by, i. 165.

Ascalon conquered by the Turks, ii. 476.

Ascension-day, 1498, Sub-Prior saw Archduchess, i. 182.

Ascuycia, Juan de, servant to Princess of Wales, i. 375.

Ashby-de-la-Zouch, letter dated from, i. 432.

Assumption, the Feast of, 1493, Archduke swore to observe the peace with France on, i. 183.

-, -, date of the, 193.

Asti, letters from, i. 283, ii. 668.

-, Spanish troops attacked at, 287.

Astorga, Bernardino de Bartholosis, Bishop of, letter from the, i. 184.

-, Bishop of, nuncio at Imperial court, ii. 423.

-, sent to Henry VIII. to conclude an armistice, 429.

-, sent to England on mission from the Pope Adrian, 448.

-, mention made of, 460.

Astudillo, Melchior de, i. 405.

-, ii. 9.

-, servant of Cardinal of Santa Croce, 400.

-, sent to Pope Adrian VI., 411.

-, deserves to be hung, 412.

-, cannot be captured, 425.

-, his rogueries at an end, 453.

Auch, Cardinal, ii. 48.

-, -, result of conversation with Pope Adrian, 517.

-, -, empowered by Francis I. to conclude peace with Charles V. and Henry VIII., 520.

-, -, his servants made prisoners spite of safe-conduct, 532.

-, -, Duke of Sessa begs for their liberty, 534.

-, -, watch kept upon, 540.

-, -, conference with, concerning truce between the Pope, Francis, and Henry VIII., 550.

-, -, personal amiability of. 551.

-, -, returns to Pome to be present at the conclave, 589, 590.

-, -, mention of, 506, 535, 548, 558.

Auditor della Camera, Pope Adrian sends to England his, ii. 304.

-, confers daily with the Pope on business, 505.

Augsburg, ii. 348.

Augustin, the Italian merchant, i. 429.

Augustine Friars, monastery of, i. 102.

Augustus, Emperor, reference to, ii. 573.

Austria, Charles, Archduke of, treaty of Henry VII. with Maximilian, King of the Romans, Margaret Archduchess of Austria, concerning marriage of Princess Mary with, i. 445.

-, -, Maximilian ratifies the marriage between the Princess Mary and, 446.

-, -, bond of Maximilian and, 449.

-, -, bond of Maximilian, Emperor elect, and, 450.

-, Duke of, Perkin Warbeck received by, 50.

-, the house of, an alliance with England advantageous to, 445.

-, Margaret of, Henry VII.'s wish respecting, 110.

-, -, Duchess of Savoy, 370.

-, -, Archduchess of, Florence D'Egmont swears to the treaty of marriage between Henry VII. and, 393.

-, -, (Duchess of Savoy) arrival of in Flanders, 412.

-, -, (daughter of King of the Romans), a loving letter sent to Henry VII. by, 437.

-, -, letter from Edmund Wingfield to, 467.

-, -, Archduchess of, treaty of Henry VII.'s concerning the marriage of Princess Mary with Charles of Austria, with Maximilian, and, 445.

-, Philip, Archduke of, excepted in the league between Spain and England, 86.

-, ii. 282, 474.

-, dominions of, the English alliance useful to, i. 445.

-, -, divided between Charles V. and his brother Ferdinand, ii. 564.

Aversa, bishopric of, ii. 314.

Avignon, ii. 80, 551.

-, contemplated attack on, 609.

-, letter dated from, ii. 669.

Avila, merchant from, i. 207.

-, Pedro de, courier, 150.

-, -, non-arrival in England of, 192.

-, Bishop of, ii. 64.

Ax (Dax?), ii. 66.

Ayala, Diego Lopez de, letter to be delivered to, i. 71.

-, -, orders to be sent by Ferdinand and Isabella to, 93.

-, Fernan Perez de, Spanish ambassador sent to Scotland, 147.

-, -, Henry VII. informed of the intention to send, 160.

-, -, drowned, 176.

-, Don Pedro de, Spanish ambassador in Scotland, i. 78.

-, -, mention of letter by, 79.

-, -, what to be done in Scotland by, 116.

-, -, De Puebla must write secretly to, 119.

-, -, Scotch ambassador embarking for Spain with, 120.

-, -, displeasure of Isabella at the absence from Scotland of, 135.

-, -, Henry VII., dissatisfied with, 141.

-, -, letter intercepted from, 142.

-, -, stay in England of, 152.

-, -, delayed return to Scotland of, 155.

-, -, De Puebla advises the recall of, 158.

-, -, Henry VII. appreciates the conduct of, 160.

-, -, advantages of the stay in England of, 161.

-, -, mode of living, and estimation held in, in England of, 164.

-, -, description of the kingdom of Scotland by, 169-175.

-, -, letter from the Bishop elect of Astorga sent by messenger of, 184.

-, -, in Scotland, the presence needed of, 191.

-, -, recall of, 197.

-, -, stay in England to be prolonged, 204.

-, -, departure from England for Flanders of, 236.

-, -, Henry VII. requests Ferdinand and Isabella to prolong the stay in England of, 247.

-, -, jealousy shown by De Puebla of, 248.

-, -, complaints from De Puebla of, 250.

-, -, Queen Isabella speaks of the prolonged stay in England of, 254.

-, -, mention made by Isabella to Estrada of, 281.

-, -, De Puebla urges the recall of, 290.

-, -, matters no better in England after the recall of, 294.

-, -, articles to be communicated by Anthony Savage to, 350.

-, -, Princess Katharine persuaded to make presents by, 369.

-, -, at Malines, 274.

-, -, private information of the Princess Katharine to be given by, 386.

-, -, Ferdinand would send to England as ambassador, 404, 411.

-, -, letters from : 1498, 25 July, to Ferdinand and Isabella, i. 168
-, 1498, 25 July, to M. Perez Almazan, 179
-, 1499, 26 March, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 205
-, 1500, 24 March, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 217
-, 1500, 4 April, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 218.

Azcotia, Juan de, ii. 13, 14, 15.

-, -, papers forwarded by, 16.



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