Cabanillas, Hieronymo de, Spanish ambassador in France, news of the King of France sent by, ii. 47.
-, -, letter to Ferdinand from, 52.
-, -, letter from Almazan to, 91.
-, -, letter to, from Ferdinand, 103.
-, -, stayed by an accident from going to the Pope, 527.
Cabi, Prospero de, ii. 689.
Cabot, Sebastian, i. 177.
Cabra, Count de, i. 261, 264, 265, 361.
Caceres, Francisca de, bad conduct of, i, 470.
-, -, mischief done to Princess of Wales by, 471.
-, -, in the service of the Princess Maria, ii. 144.
-, -, devoted to King Ferdinand, 178.
Cadagua, Diego de, license to, i. 1.
Cadaques, a seaport of Catalonia, i. 421.
Cadiz, pestilence at, ii. 423.
Cajetano, Thomas de Vio, Cardinal Minerva, See Minerva.
Calabria, war unexpected by Ferdinand in i. 286.
-, Duke of, 9.
Calais, William Rosse, victualler of the town. of, i. 51.
-, Prince of Wales at, 158.
-, messenger of Don Pedro de Ayala went to, 182.
-, conference held in, 209.
-, news from, 218.
-, tournament to be held at, 221.
-, King and Queen of England at, 225.
-, interview between Henry VII. and the Archduke Philip at, 226.
-, festival at, 231.
-, Fuensalida told that Henry VII. and the Archduke had met at, 235.
-, Henry VII. and Archduke at, 238.
-, letters sent to Spain by way of, 331.
-, Henry VII. to arbitrate respecting the fairs of, 351.
-, the Archduke prohibits his subjects from going to the fairs of, 371.
-, King Archduke, proposes Henry should go to, 371.
-, ratifications of treaty between Henry VII. and Philip of Castile to be exchanged at, 386.
-, ambassadors of Henry VII. at, 397.
-, bond of the mayor and merchants of, 447.
-, meeting between Wolsey and Imperial ambassadors at, ii. 360.
-, proposed as meeting place of Charles V., Henry VIII., and Pope Adrian, 400.
-, English fleet at, 427.
-, -, army at, 489.
-, no more English troops to be sent to, 658.
-, governor of, i. 35, 233.
-, see also ii. 88, 234, 556, 581, 664.
-, letters dated from, i. 220, 228.
Calavera, on the Canary Islands, letter of Christopher Columbus written from, i. 48.
Calcar, letter dated from, i. 461.
Calderon, equerry to the Princess of Wales, i. 247.
-, the licentiate, ii. 454.
Calkelwel, Valkenberg?, ii. 147.
Camarata, Count, ii. 45.
Camaria, camp of, letter dated from the, ii. 616.
Camarino, the duchy of, ii. 401.
-, Duke, his attempt to poison Adrian VI. to be investigated, ii, 545.
Cambray, the Bishop of, chosen ambassador to England, i. 150.
-, -, expected arrival in England of, 163.
-, -, Perkin Warbeck brought into the presence of, 185.
-, -, difficulties met with in his embassy to England by, 189.
-, -, De Puebla requested to assist in the negotiations between England and Flanders by, 195.
-, -, Henry VII. graciously dismisses, 198.
-, Archduchess Margaret to attend the congress at, 466.
-, Archduchess Margaret to take English ambassadors with her to, 466.
-, Henry VII. wishes the affairs of the Emperor to be settled at the congress of, 467.
-, all matters settled satisfactorily at, 468.
-, bishopric of, ii. 336.
-, letter dated from, i. 469.
Camera, Auditor de la, ii. 505, 506.
Camin, the Countess of, i. 159.
-, -, false report of, 182.
-, -, reception in England of, 199.
Camisada, a, note on the meaning of, ii. 703.
Campegio, Laurentius, Cardinal, at the conclave, ii. 389, 391, 392.
-, -, adherent of the Emperor, 409.
-, -, sent to Venice by Charles V., 521, 536.
-, -, at the conclave, 589, 592.
-, -, see also 385, 541, 571, 622.
Campo, Pedro del, ii. 227.
Canary Islands, hail storms in, i. 48.
Canazares, Johannes, apostolic notary, i. 264.
Canoes, kind used in West Indies, i. 46.
Cantabrians, excommunication pronounced against the, ii. 64.
Canterbury, license dated from, i. 40.
-, 233, 236.
-, Archbishop of, message of the Pope to, 40.
-, -, marriage solemnized by, 264.
-, -, William, power of Henry VII. to, 382, 384.
-, ii. 295.
-, Charles V. and Henry VIII. at, 427.
-, letters dated from, i. 233-4.
Cantuarensis, William, privy councillor, i. 447-8-9-50-51.
Capitanate of Apulia, Spanish claim to, i. 283.
Capua, Nicolas Schomberg, Archbishop of, ii. 334.
-, -, interview of with Cardinal de Medicis, 344.
-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 358.
-, -, receives a cardinal's hat, 595.
-, -, character of, 601, 607.
-, -, sent on a mission to Charles V. and Henry VIII., 609.
-, -, proposals of peace made in the name of Clement VII. to Charles V. by, 618, 685.
-, -, settlement of the truce with Charles V., 623.
-, -, goes to England, 645.
-, -, returns to Rome after successful embassy in England, 647.
-, -, his proposal for paying indemnity due to Henry VIII., 657.
-, -, to be sent on a mission from Clement VII. again, 666.
-, -, sent by Francis I. to negotiate treaty with the Emperor, 678.
-, -, at Lyons with the mother of Francis I., 688.
-, -, news sent from England by, 689.
-, -, fails in his peace negotiations with France, 697.
-, -, laid up with gout, 707.
-, -, mentioned also at, 338, 607, 610, 612, 615, 618, 619, 620, 621, 639, 641, 642, 671, 682, 690, 695, 702, 708.
-, Julius of, victory gained near Bosco by, 697.
Caracciolo, Prothonotary, ii. 302, 310.
-, -, nuncio to Flanders, 304.
-, -, excommunication of Francis I. sent to, 424.
-, -, sent to Venice, 548.
-, -, his interview with the Signory, 560.
-, -, his dealings with the Venetians, 561, 562.
-, -, must return to Rome, 564.
-, -, uses all his influence to persuade Venetians, to conclude alliance with Charles V. and Henry VIII., 566.
-, -, informs Charles V. of the signing of the Venetian treaty, 572.
-, -, encourages Clement VII. to favour the league, 595.
-, -, sends news from Italy of the army, 658.
-, -, goes to Venice spite of illness
-, his efforts useless, 690.
-, -, declarations of Venetians to, 692.
-, -, relates the result of Richard Pace's negotiations with the Venetians, 704.
-, -, see also 466, 554, 568, 585, 596, 616, 691, 696.
-, -, letters from, 560, 566, 568, 571, 572, 577, 595, 597, 606, 626, 627, 658, 673, 679, 690, 698, 704.
Carate, a courier, ii. 200.
Carbajal, Bernardus, Cardinal, see Santa Croce.
-, Doña Isabel de, ii. 505.
Cardenas, Doña Katharine, attendant on the Princess of Wales, i. 246.
Cardinal, the, sentence very obscure respecting, i. 59.
-, the Archbishop of Glasgow to be made, 69.
-, interview between Henry VII. and Spanish ambassadors in the presence of, 154.
-, speech to Spanish ambassadors of, 160.
-, the marriage ceremony to be performed by, 226.
- Ascanius, vice-chancellor, 311.
- Colonna, indemnification to be made to, see Pompeo Colonna, 313.
- of England in the interest of Spain, 188.
- of the Holy Cross, Bernard, see Santa Croce, 422.
-, Julius, Bishop of Ostia, &c., 311, 313.
- of Sta. Cecilia, Thomas, ii. 389.
- of Rouen, George d'Amboise, 430.
- of St. George and Chamberlain, 311.
- of St. Angelo, 313.
- of Valencia, 207.
- of York, ii. 391.
-, the Datary Enkenvöert proclaimed, ii. 585.
Cardinals, College of, flight of, i. 65.
-, -, France will not consent to the arbitrament of, 283.
-, -, the Pope to approve the acts of, 312.
-,-, Emperor's letter approved by the, ii. 348.
-, -, addressed by Juan Manuel, 383.
-, -, perverse conduct of, 402.
-, -, opinion of the, in question of church rights, 531.
-, -, letter from the, to Charles V., 609.
-, -, mentioned at 540, 541, 542.
-, in conclave, resolutions of, i. 310.
-, the Pope to have no power over, 310, 313.
-, the, opinion of Henry VII. held by, 418.
-, English and Spanish to be created, ii. 40.
-, the, who lead the anti-Imperial party, 401.
-, conclave of, 385, 388.
-, conduct of, in conclave, 387.
-, plundering at the Papal palace by the, 406.
-, creation of, 460.
-, cruel treatment of the dying Pope Adrian by the, 586.
-, demand the liberation of Cardinal of Volterra, 589.
-, conclave of, 589 to 594.
Cardoña, Doña Teresa, ii. 251.
-, Ramon de, Viceroy of Naples and captain-general of Spanish army in Italy, ii. 89.
-, -, is to expel the French from Savoy, 144.
-, -, message to be given to the Pope from Ferdinand by, 148.
-, -, is to see to the terms and signing of treaty of alliance with the Pope, 149.
-, -, his daughter proposed in marriage to Giuliano de Medicis, 156, 184.
-, -, victory over Venetians gained by, 166.
-, -, absolved by Ferdinand from any blame in the defeat of his army in Italy, 267.
-, -, is put under Juan Manuel's orders, 351.
-, -, money sent by, 353, 354.
-, -, in bad odour with the Pope, 363.
-, -, death of, 408.
-, -, letters to, 89, 97, 107, 114, 144, 148, 149, 184, 267.
Cariati, Count, letter to, from King Ferdinand, ii. 88.
-, -, is to assure Venice of King Ferdinand's assistance, 88.
-, -, conveys offers of peace from Venice to Spain, 137.
-, -, as Spanish ambassador in Venice, 159.
-, -, mentioned at 119, 239.
Carillo, Peter, i. 32.
Carion Oydato, declaration made by, ii. 340.
Carlos, Don, reference to, ii. 192.
Carmelianus, Peter, Latin secretary, i. 62.
Carmona, Alonso de, Fray, ii. 494, 495.
Carocius, Ludovicus, signature, ii. 180.
Carondelet, Claude, letter to Maximilian from, i. 395.
Caroz, Luis, de Villaragut, project of sending him to Scotland, ii. 28.
-, -, sent by King Ferdinand as resident ambassador in England, 30.
-, -, empowered by King Ferdinand to conclude treaty with King of England, 33.
-, -, interview of Henry VIII. with, 39.
-, -, treaty concluded with England, by, 39.
-, -, conversation of Henry VIII. about his privy councillors with, 42.
-, -, description of tournament on foot at the English court given by, 44.
-, -, complains of the smallness of his salary as ambassador, 45.
-, -, directions given to, by King Ferdinand of what is to be said secretly to Henry VIII. on French affairs, 51.
-, -, power to conclude treaty for defence of Holy Church given by King Ferdinand to, 63.
-, -, messages and observations of King Ferdinand on the conduct of the English army to be made to Henry VIII. by, 67, 68.
-, -, explanation and justification by King Ferdinand for having made truce with France sent to, 98.
-, -, proposals for negotiations for peace with France to be made to King of England by, 105.
-, -, swears to the treaty concluded between Spain and England, 117.
-, -, displeasure of King Ferdinand with the conduct of, 135.
-, -, is forgiven by King Ferdinand in virtue of his good intentions, 143.
-, -, subjects on which King Ferdinand wishes information from, 148.
-, -, is to insist that Henry VIII. uses his influence to persuade Maximilian to preserve the alliance of the Swiss, 178.
-, -, communications to be made to Henry VIII. by, 216.
-, -, King of England to be induced to adopt peace policy by, 218.
-, -, is to send minute information of the progress of negotiations between England and France, 225.
-, -, memoir sent to Friar Juan de Eztuniga of what he is to say to Ferdinand from, 248.
-, -, complain that the English treat him "not as an ambassador, but like a bull," 248.
-, -, remarks of, on behaviour of King and Queen of England, 248.
-, -, advises Ferdinand to watch King Henry closely and to put "a bridle on this colt," 249.
-, -, begs the King to recall him from England, 249.
-, -, letters of to :
1510, May 29, King Ferdinand, 39, 44.
1510, May 29, Almazan, 44.
1514, Decem. 6, Friar Juan de Eztuniga, 248.
-, -, letters to :
1510, Jan. 6, from King Ferdinand, 33.
1510, June (?), do., 48.
1510, June (?), do., 48.
1511, end of year, do., 59.
1512, Oct. (?), do., 64.
1513, Feb. (?), do., 93.
1513, March (?), do., 98.
1513, April, do., 105.
1513, June 16, do., 131.
1513, July 8 (?), do., 145.
1513, Aug. or Sept., do., 147.
1513, Decem. 6 (?), 174, 181.
1514, April (?), do., 215.
1514, July (?), do., 225.
Carpentras, Bishop of, secretary to Pope Clement VII., ii. 688.
Carpi, Count of, Albertus Pius, Imperial ambassador in Rome, ii. 260.
-, -, letter to from Maximilian, 260.
-, -, acts as agent to King of France in Rome, 303.
-, -, lodged in Papal palace, 303.
-, -, spies to be set upon, 304.
-, -, in favour with the Pope, 326.
-, -, offers made by, to Pope in name of King of France, 327.
-, -, desires a definitive answer from the Pope concerning Naples, 329.
-, -, circumstances under which he would probably hang himself, 330.
-, -, treaty concluded with the Pope by, 336.
-, -, personal notices mentioned, 344.
-, -, presents credentials to the Pope from Francis I., 356.
-, -, leaves Rome, destination unknown, 374.
-, -, ambassador in Rome from Francis I., 590.
-, -, sows dissension though ill in bed with gout, 590.
-, -, dangerous character of, 595.
-, -, makes use of his old friendship with the house of de Medicis, 601.
-, -, incorruptibility of, 603.
-, -, negotiates with Clement VII., 615.
-, -, his arguments with the Pope, 622.
-, -, exaggerations with regard to the French forces of, 660.
-, -, false rumours invented by, 683.
-, -, negotiates with the Datary Matheo, 689.
-, -, brisk negotiations carried on by, 690.
-, -, mentioned at 323, 324, 339, 334, 349, 574, 584, 606, 617, 646, 650, 663, 666.
Cartanum (?) (possibly Cartamitanum, a city of Granada,) ii. 78.
Cartello, courier, directions to overtake the fleet of the Archduchess, from Isabella to, i. 121.
Carthusian Friars, the, i. 167.
Caryon, Fernando di, license to freight certain vessels, i. 1.
Casadoro, the auditor, ii. 339, 649.
Casaldaquila, Miguel, Spanish merchant, i. 25.
Casale, Gregory, Cavaliere, sent on mission to Henry VIII., ii. 660, 679, 695.
-, -, arrives at Pavia with an order for 50,000 ducats from King Henry, 701.
-, -, informs the Pope of King Henry's resolve not to forsake the Emperor, 706.
-, -, brings an order for Richard Pace to go to Venice, 707.
-, Prothonotary, sent to England by Clement VII., 690, 695.
Cassano, ii. 692.
Castelnau, Franciscus Gulielmus, Cardinal, Bishop of Auch, see Auch, ii. 389.
Castile, gold of the standard of, i. 12.
-, subjects of the crown of, 25.
-, troops to be assembled in, 76.
-, the Archduchess remembered in, 181.
-, custom regarding the daughters of, 300.
-, the kingdom of, 339.
-, the crown of, 363, 392, 416.
-, order respecting foreign vessels issued by the Council of, 367.
-, the chamberlain of the Princess of Wales going to, 385.
-, government of, 391.
-, memoir respecting the affairs of, 394.
-, the King of Spain wrote to De Puebla from, 403.
-, money to be sent to England from, 404.
-, affairs of, 409.
-, Ferdinand would take the whole government of, 412.
-, money to be sent to England on Ferdinand's arrival in, 415, 416, 417, 421.
- title to the crown of, 416
-, ii. 180.
-, Henry VII. will send his ambassador to the King of Aragon on his arrival in, 419.
-, Henry VII. would have Ferdinand confer with persons in, 424.
-, Henry VII., on marrying the Queen Juana, to receive part of the revenues of, 429.
-, Henry VII. would agree to reside in, 429.
-, King Ferdinand's return to, 440.
-, particulars of Ferdinand's arrival in, 441.
-, conduct of Queen Juana in, 453.
-, plan proposed by Henry VII. for depriving Ferdinand of all influence in, 457.
-, the Emperor to obtain the Regency of, 457.
-, Ferdinand will, with the assistance of France, keep the government of, 467.
-, plan to expel Ferdinand from, 468.
-, the Emperor to govern, 468.
-, the Admiral of, fleet commanded by, 137.
- and Aragon, the Princess Katharine's right of succession to the throne of, 23, 130.
- -, to remain the undivided inheritance of Prince Charles, ii. 160, 185, 187.
- - Ferdinand, Don, Infante of, proposed marriage for, ii. 122.
-, portion of, claimed by Henry VIII. as inheritance of his wife, 243.
-, Juan Manual to be brought to, 251.
-, parliaments to be held at, 299.
-, uneasy and discontented, 397.
-, pestilence in, 432.
-, Condestable of, Inigo Fernandez de Velasco, ii. 433.
-, the Constable of, called the Great, i. 26.
-, -, ii. 344.
-, Ferdinand of Spain governor and administrator of, i. 363.
-, Henry of, causes of concessions made to, 144.
-, Infantas of, 82.
-, Isabella, Queen of, 50.
-, the King of (Philip), enquiries made by Henry VII. respecting, 352.
-, -, money paid to the Queens of Naples by, 361.
-, -, narrative of the reception in England of, 379.
-, -, departure from England of, 379.
-, -, account of the signing the draft of the treaty of peace by Henry and by, 379.
-, -, treaty of alliance entered into by Henry VII. with, 380.
-, -, obligations entered into by Henry VII. with respect to, 380.
-, -, obligations entered into with respect to Henry VII. by, 381.
-, -, treaty entered into by Henry VII. concerning a marriage with the Archduchess Margaret with, 382.
-, -, obligations undertaken respecting the marriage of the Archduchess Margaret by, 382.
-, -, promises respecting his sister, the Archduchess Margaret, made by, 383.
-, -, promise of second ratification of treaty by, 384.
-, -, treatment of English subjects by, 386.
-, -, treatment of the subjects of, 386.
-, -, time of exchange of ratifications between Henry VII. and, 386.
-, -, ratification by Henry VII. of treaty with, 387.
-, -, letters from Henry VII. to Nicolas West respecting, 387, 388.
-, -, the marriage portion of the Princess of Wales must be paid by, 389.
-, -, what Louis Ferrer, ambassador of Ferdinand, shall say to, 389.
-, -, the jewels of Queen Isabella to be retained by, 390.
-, -, Ferdinand renounced his title in favour of, 371.
-, -, ratification of treaty of marriage between Henry VII. and the Archduchess Margaret by, 393.
-, -, French report of aid to be sent by England to, 393.
-, -, declaration, respecting the Duke of Gueldres, by, 395.
-, the King of, (Philip), Henry VII. requests France to exhort the Duke of Gueldres not to make war on, 396.
-, -, letter of M. de Croy and other councillors to, 396.
-, -, answer of the Archduchess Margaret, respecting her marriage, sent by the President of, 396.
-, -, Louis XII. and Henry VII. to reconcile the Duke of Gueldres to, 398.
-, -, power to harm the Duke of Gueldres of, 398.
-, -, proposal for settling the differences between the Duke of Gueldres and, 399.
-, -, house at Fulham kept for the ambassadors of, 401.
-, -, letter from the Archduchess Margaret to the ambassadors of (in England), 468.
-, -, and Queen of, English commissioners to treat with, 33.
-, -, -, subjects of, 51.
-, -, -, inquiries of Henry VII. respecting, 362.
-, -, -, the promises respecting the Archduchess Margaret of, 383.
-, -, -, Ferdinand speaks of the coming to Spain of, 389.
-, -, -, conduct of Ferdinand towards, 392.
-, the Prince of (Archduke Charles), Henry VII. desires a marriage between his second daughter and, 393.
-, -, Henry VII. promises to be the friend of, 401.
-, -, report of the exclusion from the succession to Castile of, 402.
-, -, the affairs of, 403.
-, -, Ferdinand writes respecting the marriage of, 459.
-, -, Henry VII. wishes Ferdinand to confirm the marriage of, 461.
-, -, effect of the marriage of, 462.
-, -, Ferdinand respecting the marriage of, 463.
-, -, included in treaties, ii. 35, 180, 232.
-, clause in treaty respecting, 276.
-, Princess of, betrothed to Prince Charles, see Princess Mary of England, ii. 216.
-, Privy Council of, memoir of the, on the opportunity of a marriage between Charles V. and a Portuguese Princess, ii. 396.
-, the Queen of (see Juana), short stay in England of, i. 379.
-, -, consent to the treaty of alliance between Henry VII. and the King of Castile given by, 384.
-, -, a second ratification of treaty to be given by, 384.
-, -, Henry VII. ratifies the treaty with, 387.
-, -, letter from the Princess of Wales to, 400.
-, -, proposed marriage of, 409.
-, -, Ferdinand will further Henry VII.'s views respecting a marriage with, 417.
-, -, Ferdinand's meeting with, 441.
-, -, no truth in the reported marriage of, 453.
-, -, Henry VII. must not be deprived of the hope of marrying, 458.
-, the Regent of, i. 349.
-, regency of, 355.
-, the Viceroy of, ii. 360, 395.
Castilians at St. Omer, inquiries of, i. 236.
Castillo, Juan de, servant of Duke Adolphus of Cleves, ii. 340.
Castillon, Jaques, pension granted by King of France to, ii. 346.
Castro, Didaco de, license to, i. 37.
-, Diego de, license to freight vessels, i. 13.
-, -, customs in part remitted to, 42.
-, Bernardino de, courier, ii. 505.
Catalina, Doña, i. 79.
Catalonia, Tarega, a town of, i. 26.
-, courts of, 76.
-, army on frontiers of, 107.
-, intrigues in, 169.
-, the pestilence in, 421.
-, ii. 310.
-, abbacies of, 311.
-, inquisition in, 321.
-, church preferment in, 336.
-, Imperial forces assembling in, 535.
-, assailed by the French, 579.
-, cortes held in, 659.
-, mentioned at 618, 649, 672.
Catania, the Bishop of, i. 393.
-, -, ii. 128.
-, bishopric of, given to Cardinal Colonna, 534.
-, mentioned at, 540.
Cathay, Christopher Columbus imagines he had reached, i. 43.
Cathulle, John, Archdeacon of St. Andrew's, ambassador of King of Scotland in France, ii. 687.
-, -, pension paid to, 687.
Caumont, Seigneur de, ii. 35.
Cavallos, letter of Princess Katharine sent with, i. 404.
-, letters sent to England by, 420.
Cazorla, ii. 452.
Celeya (Cilly?), letter dated from, i. 399.
Centurian, Martin, i. 228.
Centurio, Giovannino, ii. 497.
Cerdaña and Roussillon, i. 14, 18, 31, 33, 38, 42, 52, 65, 402, 411.
Ceri, Renzo da, depredations committed by, ii. 415.
-, -, in Venice, 545.
-, -, one of the defenders of Marseilles, 662.
-, -, in active preparation for invasion of Naples, 694.
-, -, Naples to be invaded by, 707.
-, -, mentioned at, 407, 418, 551, 555, 573, 580, 588, 677, 683, 690, 697.
Certosa, the, besieged by Francis I., ii. 676.
Cesare Imperatore, an accomplice of Cardinal Volterra, ii. 559.
Cesarini, Alessandro, Cardinal, ii. 333.
-, -, favours the Imperial interests at Rome, 385.
-, -, in conclave, 389, 392.
-, -, appointed to receive the new Pope Adrian VI. 393.
-, -, see also at 429, 453, 461, 482, 588.
Cesi, Paolo, Cardinal, in conclave, ii. 389, 593.
Chamberlain, the Lord, i. 163.
-, -, letter from Ferdinand to, i. 452.
Chancellor, the, i. 163.
- of England, Thomas of York, i. 441.
Channel, Henry may cross, i. 125.
Charlemagne, reference made to, ii. 432, 544.
Charles, Archduke of Austria (Charles V.) see also Charles, Prince of Spain. The King of France will not marry his daughter to, i. 399.
-, -, attempt to usurp the dominions of, 402.
-, -, France threatens the estates of, 403.
-, -, the Princess Mary of England to marry, 437.
-, -, marriage proposed for, 442.
-, -, condition of a marriage between the Princess Mary of England and, 446.
-, -, bond entered into with Maximilian by, 449.
-, - promises of Archduchess Margaret, &c., respecting a loan by Henry VII. to, 451.
-, -, reasons given by the Emperor for assenting to the marriage of, 461.
-, -, ratification by the Archduchess Margaret of the treaty of marriage respecting, 465.
-, -, security given by the Archduchess Margaret, for money possibly to be paid by, 465.
-, -, time when the marriage of, was to be solemnized, 465.
-, -, commissioners to perform the marriage ceremony with the Princess Mary in the name of, 466.
-, -, securities for penalty that may be demanded from, 466.
-, -, and the Princess Mary, testimonials respecting the marriage between, 469.
-, -, and the Princess Mary of England, bonds entered into respecting the marriage between, 446, 447 (2), 448 (3), 449 (3), 450 (3), 451, 455, 465, 466 (3).
Charles, Prince of Spain, negotiations for the marriage of, i. 364.
-, -, assistance to be rendered by Henry VII. to, 443.
-, -, danger to the dominions of, 454.
-, -, what Membrilla must say respecting, 459.
-, -, King Henry VII. demands the ratification of treaty of marriage between Princess Mary of England and, ii. 2.
-, -, Membrilla empowered to ratify treaty of marriage of Princess Mary and, 10, 13.
-, -, Henry VIII. of England desires to conclude intimate alliance with King of the Romans and, 31.
-, -, clauses in treaty between Maximilian and Ferdinand relating to, 32.
-, -, communications to be made from Ferdinand to Maximilian and, 71.
-, -, desirable that Spain should be visited by, 75.
-, -, is to succeed to the Imperial throne, 160.
-, -, care to be taken that all servants partisans of France be sent away from, 178.
-, -, Castile and Aragon to remain the undivided inheritance of, 185, 187.
-, -, possible danger to Spain from bad advisers of, 192.
-, -, talk of marriage between Madame Glanda (Claude?) and, 204.
-, -, marriage of, with Princess Mary of England spoken of, 226.
-, -, is included by King of England in his treaty with King of France, 232.
-, -, Juan de Lanuza appointed one of the governors of the person and states of, 250.
-, -, immediately assumes title of King of Spain on death of his grandfather Ferdinand, 280.
-, -, opinion expressed by Bishop of Badajoz of, 281.
-, -, Bishop of Badajoz advises a closer alliance between England and, 283.
-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :
1510, Aug. 14. Ferdinand, King of Aragon, and Henry VIII., King of England, ii. 52.
1513, April 1. Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, Louis of France, James of Scotland, 104.
1513, Oct. 17. Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, Queen Juana, against France, 162.
1514, Mar. 13. Maximilian, Henry VIII., Kings of Spain, France, and Scotland, 207.
1516, Jan. 24. Henry VIII., 276.
Charles V., King of Spain, mention made of, passim.
-, -, reappoints Bernaldo de Mesa, Bishop of Enna (Elna), ambassador in England, ii. 283.
-, -, letter of recommendation to de Vich from, 284.
-, -, promissory note to repay loan from King of England to, 287.
-, -, power of attorney to receive loan from Henry VIII. given by, 287.
-, -, promissory note to repay loan to Archduchess Margaret, aunt of, 288.
-, -, bond of, 289.
-, -, letter of thanks to Bishop of Worcester from, 294.
-, -, considers greatest energy necessary to prevent the election as Emperor of the person obnoxious to the Pope and King of England, 295.
-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :
1516, Nov. 15, and Queen Juana, with Maximilian and Henry VIII., 284.
1518, Oct. 2, the Pope, Maximilian, Kings of France and England, 290.
Charles, V., Emperor, King of the Romans and of Spain, mention made of, passim.
-, proposed meeting between King of England and, ii. 296.
-, -, formalities to be observed at the meeting, 296.
-, -, informs the Pope of his intended interview with King of England, 299.
-, -, report of interview with the Pope sent by Juan Manuel to, 300.
-, -, is urged by the Pope to send his fleet against the Turks, 300.
-, -, unreadiness of the Pope to conclude the alliance with King of England and, 303.
-, -, the Pope fears the alliance will give increased power to, 304.
-, -, favour to be shown to Friar Martin by, 305.
-, -, account of meeting with Henry VIII. in England, sent to the Pope by, 306.
-, -, information respecting the Pope, Italian and other affairs, sent by Juan Manuel to, 306.
-, -, desire of the Pope to enter into secret negotiations with, 308.
-, -, reports raised by the visit to Henry VIII. of, 308.
-, -, reason why the Pope will not sign the alliance with King of England and, 309.
-, -, is advised by Manuel to conclude the triple alliance without farther delay, 310.
-, -, the Pope declares himself ready to be ruled in all matters by, 311.
-, -, Cardinal Wolsey hopes for obedience from, 313.
-, -, Juan Manuel communicates news received from England to, 314.
-, -, unfavourable reports spread in Italy about, 314.
-, -, report of conversation with the Pope on the alliance and other matters, sent by Manuel to, 315.
-, -, a bull concerning Cardinal of England sent by the Pope to, 316.
-, -, the Pope's annoyance with, for not sending final decision on the alliance, 319.
-, -, a pension instead of the see of Badajoz promised to Wolsey by the, 322.
-, -, coronation of at Aix, 326.
-, -, advice given by Juan Manuel to, 327.
-, -, reported intended marriage of, to daughter of King of England, 329.
-, -, must send written promise not to ally himself with France, 331.
-, -, is invited by the Pope to go to Italy, 332.
-, -, in great difficulties in his states of Spain, Naples, and Sicily, 335.
-, -, King of England must be won over to the triple alliance by the, 337.
-, -, receives thanks from the Pope for his conduct with regard to Luther, 340.
-, -, brief sent to, by the Pope, 340.
-, -, accused of intrenching on the jurisdiction of the Holy See, 341.
-, -, reports concerning Luther and the, 342.
-, -, delay in attacking France demanded by the, 345.
-, -, pressure to be put upon the Pope by the, 347.
-, -, must declare himself the enemy of France, 350.
-, -, secrecy to be observed by, on subject of the triple alliance, 352.
-, -, assistance to be given to the Pope by the, 355.
-, -, poor pay in Rome of the servants of the, 356.
-, -, begins to occupy himself with state affairs, 357.
-, -, satisfaction required for all injuries received from France by, 358.
-, -, false reports spread in Italy of peace between France and the, 359.
-, -, impatience of the, for proclamation as Cardinal of the Bishop of Liege, 364.
-, -, fine to be paid by, if he do not marry Princess Mary of England, 366.
-, -, binds himself to visit England, 367.
-, -, clauses respecting war on France to be made by Henry VIII. and the, 368.
-, -, advisability for constant preparation for war with France by the, 375.
-, -, announcements made of the death of Pope Leo X. to the, 382.
-, -, courteous letters should be written to certain cardinals by the, 393.
-, -, congratulations sent to King of Portugal on his accession by the, 394.
-, -, proposes a defensive league to the King of Portugal, 394.
-, -, secret instruction for Poupet de Lachaux from the, 395.
-, -, reasons why a marriage should be made between a Portuguese Princess and the, 396.
-, -, news from Venice sent by Alonso Sanchez to the, 398.
-, -, church preferment to be denied to inimical cardinals by, 404.
-, -, desires to win over the Dukes of Ferrara and Urbino to his party, 405.
-, -, is advised by Juan Manuel as to the conduct of his Italian affairs, 406.
-, -, bad effect produced by the rumour that he is going to Spain by way of England, 415.
-, -, anxious for news of his army, 418.
-, -, is advised to besiege Genoa, 419.
-, -, reprimanded for serving strangers rather than his own servants, 421.
-, -, must counteract French influence in Switzerland, 422.
-, -, received by Cardinal Wolsey at Dover, 426.
-, -, goes to Greenwich, is occupied with pleasures to the exclusion of business, 427.
-, -, hearty reception in London of, 430.
-, -, decides upon hostilities with France, 430.
-, -, direction as to conduct of his affairs in Italy, 431.
-, -, occupied in festivities in London, 431.
-, -, swears to treaty with Henry VIII. at Windsor Castle, 440.
-, -, takes leave of the Queen and Princess of England, 448.
-, -, troops to attack France to be sent by, 450.
-, -, leaves England in haste, 451.
-, -, general satisfaction at the return to Spain of, 459.
-, -, desires an interview with Pope Adrian VI. before he leaves Spain, 461.
-, -, conditions on which a safe-conduct will be granted to French ambassadors by, 462.
-, -, must not listen to the complaints of the Neapolitans, 463.
-, -, letter of thanks to English ambassador to be written by, 465.
-, -, friendly sentiments expressed by Venetians towards, 479.
-, -, justifies Juan Manuel to the Pope, 484.
-, -, is entreated not to show disdain to King Henry, 488.
-, -, advice from Prospero Colonna on the war with France given to, 488.
-, -, accused of asking strange things of the Pope, 494.
-, -, indignant at the hardships inflicted by his troops on the Italians, 499.
-, -, circumstances in which war with Venice will be made by, 506.
-, -, peace with France urged upon, 508.
-, -, promises made to the Swiss by, 510.
-, -, must not seek money from the Pope, 513.
-, -, must not be misled by peaceful appearances, 515.
-, -, Colonna's advice on French affairs to, 516.
-, -, ready to make an honest and everlasting peace with the Venetians, 518.
-, -, admonished by Adrian VI. to make peace with France, 520.
-, -, regrets Adrian's opposition
-, shows what his conduct should be, 522.
-, -, urges Adrian VI. to enter into alliance with him, 523.
-, -, protestations of friendship made by the Pope to, 525.
-, -, Venetians will pay no tribute to, 526.
-, -, desires Duke of Sessa to urge Adrian VI. to conclude the triple alliance, 527.
-, -, sends secret power to Sessa to conclude peace with France, 528.
-, -, unwilling to conclude truce unless relieved of payment of pensions to Henry VIII. and Wolsey, 529.
-, -, reprimanded by Pope Adrian for his "ill-digested" letters, 531.
-, -, his claims on Modena and Reggio to be inquired into, 532.
-, -, collects forces to invade France, 535.
-, -, vehemently reproved by the Pope, 538.
-, -, difficulties occasioned by the Pope's refusal of subsidies to, 541.
-, -, receives so rude a letter from the Pope that it cannot be answered, 544.
-, -, disapproves certain measures of Antoniotto Adorno, 548.
-, -, urged by Duke of Sessa to make war upon France, 552.
-, -, permits troops to be enlisted in Germany for England, 556.
-, -, concludes a treaty with Henry VIII., 558.
-, -, agrees with Henry VIII. to attack France on all sides, 560.
-, -, offended by the distrust of the Venetians, 564.
-, -, ignoble offer made by the Signory to, 565.
-, -, sums to be paid by each member of the league to, 569.
-, -, reward to be given to Richard Pace for his services to, 571, 587.
-, -, answers Sessa in a "short despatch" of 21 folio pages, 573.
-, -, desires to conclude the treaty with Venice, 573.
-, -, must lose no time in humiliating France, 580.
-, -, receives the welcome news of peace with Venice, 584.
-, -, offers a three years' truce to Francis I., 591.
-, -, citation to all persons by, 596.
-, -, nominates Duke of Bourbon his commander-in-chief in Italy, 596.
-, -, desires to negotiate with Clement VII., 596.
-, -, must prosecute war with France vigorously, and provide funds for the army, 598.
-, -, love of Pope Clement VII. for, 601.
-, -, Papal dispensation for his marriage with Princess Mary of England asked by, 604.
-, -, desirous of the Papal alliance, 605.
-, -, his authorization for sale of Neapolitan crown lands desired, 605.
-, -, exhorted to make peace with France, attack the Turks, extirpate Lutherans, 610.
-, -, reduced state of the exchequer of, 611.
-, -, sends letters to Sessa for Cardinals who behaved well in the Papal election, 615.
-, -, prepares an army ostensibly against the Turks, 616.
-, -, discontent produced by the disbanding of his army by, 617.
-, -, sends an envoy to England, 620.
-, -, allegations against, 622.
-, -, his answer to proposals of peace made by Clement VII., 623.
-, -, has the option of war, peace, or a truce, 626.
-, -, settles conditions of peace with Archbishop of Capua, 628.
-, -, secret instructions given to M. de la Roche by, 629 to 638.
-, -, desires to conclude a general peace of Christendom, and unite with Christian Princes against the Turks, 629.
-, -, proposes his sister in marriage to King of France in case the Queen should die, 632.
-, -, proposes to marry Mde. Charlotte, daughter of King of France, 635.
-, -, proposes the reinstatement of Duke of Bourbon by King of France, 637.
-, -, triumphant message to England concerning a victory won in Italy by, 639.
-, -, has done his utmost to take vengeance on the common enemy, 640.
-, -, money levied sede vacante by the, 642.
-, -, sends de la Roche to assist in negotiations in Rome, 643.
-, -, sends a gentleman of his bedchamber to Henry VIII. to arrange for invasion of France, 644.
-, -, precautions in case of rupture with King Henry taken by, 648.
-, -, recommends Clement VII. to call a general council at Trent, 649.
-, -, complains of the difficulties occasioned by King Henry's want of energy, 654.
-, -, will not conclude separate peace with France, 655.
-, -, promises his sister Katharine in marriage to the King of Portugal, 655.
-, -, assistance to be rendered the Duke of Bourbon by, 656, 659.
-, -, his suggestions as to the power of diplomacy, 656.
-, -, his sole object, good conditions of peace, 659.
-, -, his explanations to the Sofi of Persia why war on Turks was then impossible, 665.
-, -, money difficulties in Italy represented to, 667.
-, -, must concert with King Henry to prevent disbandment of his army, 668.
-, -, has bound himself to King Henry to invade France, 671.
-, -, desires despatch of bulls concerning payment of pensions to Wolsey, 672.
-, -, promises farther money assistance to Duke of Bourbon, 672.
-, -, rejoices at the successful retreat of his army from Provence, 678.
-, -, welcome supply of money sent to Italy by, 679.
-, -, the French bent on taking the honour and life of the, 680.
-, -, declares it to be his firm intention to free Italy, 684.
-, -, accepts thankfully offers made by Duke of Sessa, 685.
-, -, Clement VII. sends proposals of peace to, 685.
-, -, impeded in his operations by needs of all kinds, especially money, 686.
-, -, desires to be released from his obligation to Henry VIII. with regard to his pension, 687.
-, -, receives assurances of continued love from the Pope, 688.
-, -, must not trust in his Italian allies, 690.
-, -, reinforces his navy and army, 691.
-, -, determines to carry on war in Italy till conquest or death, 691.
-, -, state of affairs in Pavia reported to, 691.
-, -, Marquis Pescara sends him his letter of challenge from King of France, 695.
-, -, receives thanks from the Doge of Genoa for Spanish troops sent to Italy, 696.
-, -, orders troops and money for Italy, 697.
-, -, briefs sent by the Pope to, 698.
-, -, upbraids the Pope with having forsaken him, 699.
-, -, will maintain his army and carry out his designs at all costs, 700.
-, -, what is doing and to be done at Pavia recounted by Abbot of Najera to, 701.
-, -, false rumours regarding King Henry and, 704.
-, -, his couriers bearing bills of exchange intercepted, 705.
-, -, promises 200,000 ducats and a navy to succour his army in Italy, 706.
-, -, choice of mode of action in Italy to be made by, 708.
-, -, is informed of his victory at Pavia, 708.
-, -, receives congratulations on the victory, and on its being won on the twenty-fifth anniversary of his birth, 709.
-, -, Francis I. of France prisoner of (note), i. 24.
-, -, commissions, powers, orders, &c., from, 283 (2), 286, 287, 288, 294, 555.
-, -, letters and despatches of, to :
1518, Dec. 10, Bishop of Worcester, English ambassador in Rome, ii. 294.
1519, March 18, do., 294.
1519, April 20, do., 295.
1520, May, Pope Leo. X., 299.
1520, June (?), do., 306.
1520, Oct. 4, Cardinal Wolsey, 321.
1521, Aug. 20, Juan Manuel, 364.
1522, Jan. 15, Charles Poupetde Lachaux, 394.
1522, April 29, Abbot of Najera, 418.
1522, June 7, do., 430.
1522, July 31, Pope Adrian VI., 461.
1522, Sept. (?), do., 484.
1522, Dec. 17, Duke of Sessa, 510.
1523, Jan. ?, Prospero Colonna, 519.
1523, Jan. ?, do., 519.
1523, Jan. 10, Duke of Sessa, 522.
1523, Feb. 8, do., 527.
1523, Feb. 15, do., 527.
1523, Feb. 15, do., 527.
1523, March 16, do., 535.
1523, March 16, Lope Hurtado de Mendoza, 536.
1523, April 15, Duke of Sessa, 541.
1523, April 21, do., 545.
1523, May 9, Duke of Sessa, 548.
1523, July 13, do., 557.
1523, July 14, Duke of Milan, 559.
1523, July 14, Antoniotto Adorno, Doge of Venice, 560.
1523, July 14, Cardinal Julius de Medicis, 560.
1523, Aug. 2, Duke of Sessa, 573.
1523, Aug. 22, Pope Adrian VI., 578.
1523, Aug. 23, Duke of Sessa, 579.
1523, Aug. 23, Doge of Venice, 580.
1523, Aug. 24, Duke of Sessa, 581.
1523, Aug. 27, do., 581.
1523, Oct. 1, Richard Pace, English ambassador in Rome, 587.
1523, Oct. 2, Duke of Sessa, 587.
1523, Dec. 14, do., 596.
1524, March 2, Lope Hurtado de Mendoza, 606.
1524, March 16, Duke of Sessa, 613.
1524, April 9, do., 615.
1524, May 9, Duke of Sessa, 628.
1524, May 14, Gérard de la Plaine, Seigneur de la Roche, 629.
1524, May 20, Seigneur de Courrières, envoy in England, 639.
1524, May 25, Gérard de la Plaine, 640.
1524, May 25, Duke of Sessa, 643.
1524, July 18, do., 648.
1524, Aug. 12. Louis de Praet, Imperial ambassador in England, 653.
1524, Aug. 14, Duke of Bourbon, 655.
1524, Aug. 15, Gérard de la Plaine Seigneur de la Roche, 656.
1524, Aug. 18, Duke of Sessa, 659.
1524, Aug. 18, Xaca Ismael, Sofi of Persia, 665.
1524, Oct. 7, Duke of Sessa, 671.
1524, Nov. 15, Duke of Sessa and Johan Bartholomeo de Gattinara, ambassadors in Rome, 678.
1524, Dec. 19, do., 684.
1525, Jan. 10, do., 691.
1525, Feb. 7, Pope Clement VII., 698.
1525, Feb. 9, Duke of Sessa, 699.
-, -, letters to, 300, 301, 306 (2), 308, 309, 310, 311, 313 (2), 314, 315, 316 (2), 317, 318, 319 (2), 320, 322, 324 (2), 325, 326 (3), 327 (2), 328, 331 (2), 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342 (2), 343, 344 (2), 346, 347, 349 (2), 350, 352, 353, 354, (2), 355 (2), 357, 358, 359, 360, 361 (2), 362(2), 363, 371, 372, 374, 376, 377, 380, 381 (2), 382 (3), 384 (2), 385, 386, 387, 388, 393, 398, 399 (2), 401 (2), 402, 403 (3), 404, 405 (2), 406, 408 (2), 409, 411, 412, 413 (2), 414, 415, 416 (3), 417 (2), 419 (2), 421 (2), 422, 423 (2), 424, 426, 427, 428, 433, 436, 437, 442, 446 (2), 451, 452, 455, 456, 457 (2), 458, 459 (2), 460 (2), 461, 463, 464, 465, 466, 467, 469, 470 (3), 471, 473, 478, 479, 481 (2), 482, 483 (3), 484, 485, 486, 487, 489, 490, 493, 495, 498 (2), 499, 500 (2), 502, 503 (3), 505, 507 (2), 509 (2), 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517 (2), 520, 521 (2), 524, 525 (2), 526 (2), 530, 531, 532, 533, 536, 537, 545, 546 (2), 547, 548, 549 (2), 550, 551, 553 (2), 554 (3), 560, 562, 566, 567 (2), 568, 569, 570, 571, 572 (4), 576, 577 (3), 583, 584, 585 (2), 586 (2), 588, 589, 591, 594, 595, 597, 598, 600, 604 (2), 606 (2), 609, 613, 615, 617 (2), 618, 619 (2), 620, 621 (2), 622 (2), 626, 627, 628, 638, 645 (2), 646 (2), 647 (2), 649, 650, 651, 652 (2), 658, 659, 661 (2), 662 (2), 665, 666, 667, 668, 669, 670, 672, 673 (2), 675, 679 (2), 680 (2), 683 (2), 688 (2), 690, 691, 696, 697, 701, 704 (2), 708.
-, -, treaties and alliances of with :
1520, April 11, Henry VIII., 296.
1520, July 14, do., 312.
1521, Aug. 25, do., 365.
1522, (projected) Adrian VI. and Henry VIII., 420.
1522, June 16, Henry VIII., 434.
1522, June 19, secret treaty with Henry VIII., 438.
1522, July 2, Henry VIII., 449.
1523, May 17, do., 549.
1523, July 2, do., 555.
1523, July 29, do. and Archduke Ferdinand, Duke of Milan, and republic of Venice, 570.
1524, April 5, (projected) Francis I., Henry VIII., Venice, Switzerland, Milan, and Genoa, 614.
1524, April 5, (projected), Clement VII., 623.
1524, May 14, proposals for treaty of peace with the Pope, Henry VIII., &c., 629 to 638.
1524, May 14, (projected) Henry VIII. and Francis I., 663.
-, -, ratification of treaties by, 299, 380.
-, -, places whence are dated letters of :
Aguilar del Campo, ii. 462.
Barcelona, 294, 295.
Burgos, 613, 628, 638, 643, 644, 649.
Espinal (Espinar?), 670.
Logroño, 587, 588.
Madrid, 685, 691, 699, 701.
Valladolid, 524, 527, 530, 535, 536, 545, 549, 559 (2), 560 (2), 574, 578, 580, 581, 653, 656, 658, 659, 666.
Charles VIII., King of France.
-, -, Columbus, vice-admiral and commander of the fleet of, i. 1.
-, -, disputes between Spain and England respecting, 8, 9, 10.
-, -, Spanish and English alliance disadvantageous to, 10.
-, -, restoration of Roussillon and Cerdaña by, 14, 52.
-, -, clause in Spanish and English treaty referring to, 15, 38.
-, -, offers to Henry VII. of, 15, 111.
-, -, Henry VII. not to assist, 22.
-, -, treaty of the King of the Romans with, 25.
-, -, supposed influence of the Scotch with, 26.
-, -, effect of an English army in Brittany on, 28.
-, -, embassy to England from, 28.
-, -, interview of the King of the Romans with, 28.
-, -, peace between the King of the Romans and, 35.
-, -, machinations of, 36.
-, -, Ferdinand and Henry VII. to make war against, 38.
-, -, negotiations respecting Roussillon, &c., protracted by, 42.
-, -, treaty between Ferdinand and Isabella and, 43.
-, -, Christopher Columbus seeks assistance from, 49.
-, -, title given by Ferdinand and Isabella to, 52.
-, -, alliance concluded by Ferdinand and Isabella with, 52.
-, -, promises to Henry VII. from, 57.
-, -, the King of the Romans instigated by, 59.
-, -, Spanish negotiations respecting Naples with, 60.
-, -, conduct towards his friends of, 61.
-, -, injuries inflicted on the Pope by, 62.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella's memoir respecting, 63.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella's proposals to, 63.
-, -, further outrages in Italy committed by, 65.
-, -, bad faith towards Spain of, 65.
-, -, complaints of the Pope against, 66.
-, -, citation before his court by the Pope of, 66.
-, -, Henry VII.'s assurance to Ferdinand and Isabella respecting, 67.
-, -, Milan opposed by, 70.
-, -, alliance of Henry VII. with, must be prevented, 71.
-, -, treatment of the Pope by, 80.
-, -, trust not to be placed in, 81.
-, -, Henry VII. regrets his conduct towards, 84.
-, -, war against Spain proclaimed by, 85.
-, -, Henry VII. should distrust, 89.
-, -, De Puebla to refute the complaints of, 89.
-, -, return from Italy of, 94.
-, -, the Pope and, 101.
-, -, negotiations of Henry VII. with, 105.
-, -, proceedings of, 108.
-, -, answer respecting Italy from, 113.
-, -, clause in treaty to be omitted respecting, 123.
-, -, intentions of, 125.
-, -, death of, 156.
-, -, intrigues of, 169.
-, -, Ferdinand's conduct towards, 259.
Charlotte, Madame, daughter of King of France, proposed marriage of, to Charles V., ii. 635.
Chaumont, Seigneur de, ii. 35.
Chechelay, John, license to, i. 40.
Chertsey, the Princess Katharine reaches, i. 263.
Chester, application of the revenues of, i. 5.
-, dowry of the Princess of Wales to be drawn from the revenues of, 13, 33, 129.
-, bond of the mayor and aldermen of, 449.
-, ii. 2.
Chiavenna, castle of, ii. 694.
Chieti, Civita da, ii. 667.
Chièvres, Guillaume de Croy (see Croy also), Seigneur de, lieutenant-general of the King of Castile, i. 387.
-, -, Henry VII. sends his condolence on the death of King Philip to, i. 401.
-, -, must be removed from near the person of Prince Charles, ii. 251.
-, -, his influence over Prince Charles, 281, 282.
-, -, mentioned at 331, 332, 348.
Chimay, the Prince of, created Caballero de Honor, i. 183.
-, -, 1,000 florins requested for, 201.
-, -, Charles de Croy, see Croy, i. 387.
-, -, ii. 288.
Christendom, Perkin Warbeck deceived most of the Princes of, i. 186.
-, France puts to inconvenience all the Princes of, 227.
-, peace of all, could be attained by peace with France, ii. 198.
-, historical retrospect of the affairs of, 277.
-, Christian Princes prefer their own interest to that of, 508.
-, Emperor as temporal chief of, 541.
Christian Princes, aid sought by the Pope from all, i. 53,
-, -, obligations of, 82.
Chios, i. 47.
Christopher (Urswick), Cardinal of England, ii. 55.
Church, the, succour to be given, i. 68.
-, danger to, 70.
-, the dictates of, observed by the King of Scots, 169.
-, restoration of the property of, 190.
-, its reformation the great desire of King Ferdinand, ii. 87, 100, 111, 121, 202.
-, -, to be effected by the union of Christendom, 101.
-, treaty of alliance for defence of the, 236.
-, league for the defence of the, 290.
-, heavy expenses incurred by, 509.
-, Imperial army driven out of the states of, 531.
-, preferment and patronage referred to at, 511, 527, 534, 540, 574, 580, 583, 588, 597, 603, 613, 616, 619, 628, 644, 648, 650, 660, 671, 680, 685, 700.
-, Holy, a treaty to be concluded for defence of, 63, 522.
Cibo, Innocentius, Cardinal, in conclaves, ii. 389, 592.
-, Lorenzo, 305.
Cifuentes, Count, in Seville, i. 367.
Cinque Ports, Lord Warden of, the, ii. 35, 233.
Cipher, letters originally written in part or entirely in, i. 5, 35, 57, 75, 98, 99, 110, 114, 120, 122, 125, 131, 139, 151, 153, 155, 164, 167, 168, 182, 184, 185, 195, 197, 199, 205, 213, 216, 217 (2), 218, 239, 241, 242, 243, 259, 269, 270, 272, 274 (2), 275 (2), 276, 278, 282, 285, 286, 289, 291, 293, 294, 295, 309, 313, 317, 319, 322, 324, 325, 331, 342, 345, 377, 390, 408, 410, 426, 428, 431, 433, 437, 471.
-, the third person often used by the writers in, 35.
-, note by the editor respecting a letter from Isabella in, 37.
-, supposed mistake in, 59.
-, De Puebla not to write to Spain in, 73.
-, note enclosed in despatch in a very complicated, 99.
-, De Puebla's fear respecting, 213.
-, difficulty in deciding on the meaning of, 228.
-, desire of the Princess Katharine to write in, 412.
-, notes respecting, 59, 77, 113, 124, 141, 177, 187, 194, 197, 327, 350, 408, 409, 429,431.
-, important letters must be sent in, ii. 26.
-, editorial notes on a letter from John Stile in, 208, 209.
-, letters from Adrian VI. originally written in, 508, 509.
Cisneres, Alonusus de, letter of protection to, i. 49.
Cisneros, Alvarez de, i. 2.
-, Alonso, protection granted to, 99.
-, Francisco Ximenes de, Cardinal Fray, see Ximenes.
Cisterer, secretary, influences Pope Adrian, ii. 494.
-, proof of his "goodness," 506.
- is dead, 539.
-, signature of, 483.
-, mentioned at 502, 533.
Citi, Marco, ii. 692.
Ciudad Rodrigo, the Bishop of, i. 66.
-, -, sent on mission to King of Portugal, ii. 416.
Civita, Ducata, ii. 330.
- Vecchia, i. 66
-, ii. 384.
Clarence, the Duke of, son of a baker, i. 59.
-, -, death of, 213.
Claude, Madame, marriage of, i. 394.
-, the Princess, offer from Maximilian respecting, 442.
-, -, ii. 88.
-, or Madame Glanda, her marriage with Prince Charles spoken of, ii. 204.
Clauses in English treaty not in treaty with the King of the Romans, i. 24.
Clement VII., Pope, see Popes.
Clemente, servant of the King of France, ii. 676.
Clerk, John, Bishop of Bath and Wells, English ambassador in Rome, ii. 400, 516, 529, 538, 544, 552.
-, -, considers war between France and England inevitable, 409.
-, -, the "Englishman staying in Rome," 415.
-, -, badly informed in affairs, 574.
-, -, has interview with Pope Adrian, 661.
-, -, tries to delay the conclusion of peace, 663.
-, Charles, 338, 348.
Cleves and Juliers, Adolphus, Duke of, ii. 340, 664.
-, -, included in treaties, 35, 114-16, 232, 435.
-, Bishop of, included in treaty, 35.
-, Philip of, Seigneur de Ravenstein, 288.
Clusa, the pass of, ii. 410.
Cogolludo, letter dated from, i. 49.
Cologne, i. 370.
Coloma, document respecting Christopher Columbus signed by, i. 41.
-, Johan, Queen Isabella's letter signed by, 119.
-, -, letter from Ferdinand and Isabella signed by, 136.
Colonna, Ascanio, ii. 359.
-, -, offers his services to the Emperor, 675, 677.
-, -, desires money for his troops, 689.
-, Marcantonio, 320, 323, 385.
-, Pompeo, Cardinal, i. 313.
-, -, promoter of the schism, ii. 384.
-, -, present at the conclaves, 389, 392, 592, 594.
-, -, selected to receive the new Pope, Adrian, 393.
-, -, robberies committed by, 401.
-, -, reconciles himself with the de Medicis, 421.
-, -, sent as nuncio to Hungary, 534.
-, -, professes adhesion to the Emperor Charles V., 586.
-, -, proposes alliance with the Emperor, 588.
-, -, reconciled to the Cardinal de Medicis, 589.
-, -, breaks his oath to Cardinal de Medicis, 589.
-, -, bad services rendered to the Emperor by, 590.
-, -, makes his submission to Cardinal de Medicis, 591.
-, -, speech of, in proposing de Medicis for election, 594.
-, -, see also 361, 385, 541, 584, 585, 600, 603, 680, 685, 689.
-, Prospero, taken prisoner by the French in Italy, ii. 257.
-, -, to be included in a treaty between Leo X. and Francis I., 266.
-, -, the Pope wishes to make commander-in-chief, 355, 356.
-, -, his disputes with Pescara, 373.
-, -, reports on the French army, 380.
-, -, resolves to conquer Cremona, 419.
-, -, desires assistance of the Florentine navy, 436.
-, -, holds a council of war, 466.
-, -, goes to receive the new Pope Adrian, 470.
-, -, endeavours to make peace between the Emperor, France, and England, 481.
-, -, letter from, to Charles V., 515.
-, -, receives the thanks of the Emperor for his zeal, 519.
-, -, disbelieves in the restoration of Duke Maximilian, 520.
-, -, threatened with excommunication by the Pope, 521, 535.
-, -, empowered to make war on Venice, 524.
-, -, in want of money, 551.
-, -, must prepare for immediate action, 558.
-, -, to communicate with Cardinal de Medicis on French enterprise, 560.
-, -, money sent by the Emperor to, 573.
-, -, in council of war, 579.
-, -, Provence to be invaded by, 581, 588.
-, -, in need of money, 582.
-, -, see also 359, 401, 464, 484, 496, 502, 510, 514, 531, 536, 539, 545, 550, 559, 566, 568, 569, 570, 583, 585, 597.
-, Vespasiano, ii. 689.
Colonna, the, i. 52, 313.
-s, the, declare themselves against the Duke of Albany, ii. 682.
Columbus, Admiral of France, complaints of, i. 1.
-, Christopher, list of favours asked of the King and Queen of Spain by, 41.
-, -, passport for, 41.
-, -, description of the West Indian Islands by, 43, 48.
-, -, negotiations with, 49.
-, -, letter from Luys respecting, 49.
-, -, instructions from Ferdinand and Isabella respecting, 89.
-, -, the King of France said to have sent to England, 89.
Commendador Mayor of Castile, Pedro de Vega, ii. 416.
Commerce of England, decrease of, i. 177.
- of Scotland, 172.
- between Spain and England, 21.
- of France not to be molested by Spaniards, ii. 227.
Commercial letter, despatch in the form of, i. 75.
-, -, three notes referring to, 77.
-, treaty between Henry VII. and Philip of Castile, 386.
-, from Ferdinand and Isabella : 1st, to conclude a treaty of marriage, &c.
-, 2nd, to concert with English commissioners amount of marriage portion, &c., &c.
-, 3rd, to concert the amount of jointure, &c., i. 3.
- - to conclude with English commissioners a marriage between the Infanta Katharine and Arthur, Prince of Wales, 3.
- - to treat and conclude with the commissioners of Henry what is necessary for the renewal, &c., &c., of treaties concluded between their predecessors, 3.
- - to Dr. de Puebla and Sepulveda, dated 26th March 1489, 21.
- - to Ferdinand, Duke de Estrada, 10th May 1502, 306.
-, of King Ferdinand to conclude treaty with Henry VIII., 2nd May 1515, ii. 270.
- from Henry VII., to conclude a treaty of alliance with Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, &c., &c., i. 3.
- - to conclude with the ambassadors of Ferdinand and Isabella : 1st, a treaty of peace and alliance
-, 2nd, a treaty of marriage between Arthur, Prince of Wales, and Katharine, Princess of Spain, 17.
- -, to Richard Nanfan and Thomas Salvage, dated 11th December, fourth year of his reign, 21.
-, -, to convey the ratified treaties to Ferdinand and Isabella, and to receive from them similar ratifications, 34.
- - to treat with the ambassadors of the King and Queen of Spain, and to conclude a treaty of alliance and marriage between Prince Arthur and the Princess Katharine, 49.
- - to confer with De Puebla, and arrange particulars respecting the marriage of Princess Katharine with Prince Arthur, 77.
- - to William, Bishop of London, Richard, Bishop of Winchester, and Doctor William Barons, 20th June 1503, 306.
- - to Nicolas West, to be present at the declaration of the King of Spain, &c., 387.
- - to John Yonge, to see certain persons swear that the jointure of the Archduchess Margaret shall be paid to Henry VII., 388.
- of Henry VIII. to the Earl of Surrey, to conclude a league with the ambassador of Ferdinand and Queen Juana of Castile, 12th April 1513, ii. 115.
- - to Cardinal Wolsey to conclude treaty of peace and alliance with King Ferdinand and Queen Juana, 12th October 1515, 268.
- - to Richard Sampson, Doctor of Laws, and Richard Jerningham, Knight.
17th May 1523, 549.
2nd July 1523, 555.
- of Louis XII. of France to Odet de Foix, to conclude truce or peace with King Ferdinand and allies, 8th February 1512, 93.
- from Maximilian and the Archduke Charles to Johannes de Berghes, Lawrence de Gorrevodo, Sigismund Pilong, Jean le Sauvaige, Andrea de Burgo, Georges de Theimseke, and Egidius Vandamme, to deliver the ratified treaties to the commissioners of King Henry, and to perform, in the name of the Archduke, the marriage ceremonies with the Princess Mary, i. 466.
-, by Emperor Charles V. (King of the Romans and Spain), to arrange conditions to be observed on the occasion of the meeting between Charles V. and Henry VIII.— Bernard de Mesa Bishop of Elna
-, Gérard de la Plaine, Seigneur of Magny
-, Philip Haneton, treasurer of the Order of the Toison d'Or
-, Jehan de le Sauch, ii. 296.
- - Mercuirno de Gattinara, Count of Valencia
-, Laurentius de Gorrevodo
-, Gérard de la Plaiue, Seigneur de la Roche et Magny, 555.
- - by Charles V. and Juana, King and Queen of Spain, to conclude alliance with Maximilian, Emperor Elect, and Henry VIII.—Bernard de Mesa, Bishop of Elna, ii. 284.
- - to receive first instalment of loan from King of England—Fray Bernardino de Mesa, Bishop of Elna
-, Johannes de le Sauch, 287.
- - by King Ferdinand to conclude treaty with Henry VIII.—Don Luis Caroz de Villaragut, ii. 36.
- - to conclude treaty with England —Luis Caroz de Villaragut, 56.
- - to conclude treaty against France with Maximilian, Henry VIII., Queen Juana, and Prince Charles—Pedro de Urea
-, Luis Caroz, 162.
- - to conclude treaty (of Lille) with Maximilian and Henry VIII.— Pedro de Urea
-, Luis Caroz de Villaragut
-, Juan de Lanuza, 179.
- - to conclude treaty of alliance with Pope Leo X. and Maximilian— Hieronymo de Vich, 223.
- - to conclude league and confederacy with Henry VIII.— Bernard de Mesa, Bishop of Tripoli, 268.
-, appointed by François I., King of France, to conclude treaty with Pope Leo X.—Anthonius du Prat, Chancellor of France, ii. 265.
- appointed by Henry VII. to conclude a treaty of alliance with Spain—John Weston, Prior of St. John, &c.
-, John Gunthorpe, Dean of Wells
-, Christopher Urswik, Almoner
-, Thomas Savage, Doctor of Laws
-, and Henry Ainsworth, Doctor of Laws, i. 3.
- - to treat with Spanish ambassadors—Richard, Bishop of Exeter
-, and Giles Daubney, of Daubney, 4, 5.
- - to confer with Spanish ambassador—Thomas, Bishop of Winchester
-, John Dynham, of Dynham
-, William Warham, Doctor of Laws
-, Robert Middleton, Richard Guildford, and John Rysley, 77.
- - to convey ratified treaties to Ferdinand and Isabella, &c., &c.— Richard Mahewe
-, Robert Rydon, Doctor of Laws, 34.
- - to treat with De Puebla about Spanish alliance—Thomas, Bishop of Rochester
-, John Dynham, of Dynham
-, William Warham, Robert Middleton, Richard Guldeford, and John Rysley, 87.
- - to conclude treaty with Spain— William, Bishop of London
-, Richard, Bishop of Winchester
-, Dr. William Barons, 306.
-, appointed by Henry VIII. to conclude treaty with France—Richard, Bishop of Winchester
-, Thomas, Bishop of Durham
-, Thomas, Earl of Surrey, ii. 33.
- - to conclude treaty of alliance with King Ferdinand—Thomas, Bishop of Durham, 36.
-, appointed by Henry VIII. to conclude treaty with Ferdinand for defence of the Church—Thomas, Earl of Surrey
-, George, Earl of Shrewsbury, 56.
- - to conclude a treaty with the Pope, Maximilian, and Ferdinand— Edward Poynings, Thomas Boleyn, Richard Wingfield, 112.
- - to conclude treaty against France with Maximilian, Ferdinand, Queen Juana, and Prince Charles—Richard, Bishop of Winchester
-, Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset, 162.
- - to conclude treaty (of Lille) with Maximilian and King Ferdinand— Richard, Bishop of Winchester
-, Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset, 179.
- - to conclude treaty of peace and friendship with Louis XII.— Thomas, Duke of Norfolk
-, Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln, Archbishop elect of York
-, Richard, Bishop of Winchester, 230.
- - to conclude league and confederacy with King Ferdinand and Queen Juana — Thomas, Cardinal of York, 268.
- - to conclude treaty of alliance with Emperor elect, Maximilian, Juana, and Charles, King and Queen of Spain— Thomas, Cardinal, Archbishop of York, Legate, &c.
-, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, Lord Treasurer
-, Thomas, Bishop of Durham, Lord Privy Seal, 284.
- - to conclude conditions to be observed on the occasion of the meeting of Henry VIII. and the King of the Romans (Emperor Charles V.)—Thomas, Bishop of Durham
-, Cuthbert Tunstal, Vice - Chancellor
-, Richard Pace, First Secretary
-, Thomas More, 296.
- - to conclude treaty with Emperor Charles V.—Richard Sampson, Doctor of Laws
-, Richard Jerningham, Knight, 549, 555.
- appointed by Pope Leo X. to conclude treaty of alliance with Maximilian, Emperor elect, and King Ferdinand —Julius, Cardinal of Santa Maria in Dominica (Cardinal de Medicis)
-, Barnard de Tarlat, Cardinal of Santa Maria in Porticu, ii. 223.
- - who have concluded an alliance to prepare general peace of Christendom —Charles, Duke of Savoy
-, Luis, Bishop of Tricarico, 265.
- appointed by Louis XII. of France, to conclude treaty with King of England— Anthony Bothier, Abbot of St. Trinity, Rouen
-, Randon Lanoy, Chamberlain of King of France
-, Anthony Danzolles, Seneschal of the King of France, ii. 33.
- - to conclude treaty of peace and friendship with Henry VIII.—Louis of Orléans, Duke of Longueville
-, Johannes Selve, Doctor of Law
-, Thomas Bohier, Knight, 230.
- of Maximilian to convey ratified treaties to commissioners of Henry VII., i. 466.
- appointed by Maximilian to conclude treaty with the Pope and Ferdinand— Archduchess Margaret of Austria, ii. 112.
- appointed by Maximilian and Prince Charles to conclude treaty with England and Spain—Johannes de Berghes, Govenor of Namur
-, Gérard de la Plaine, Seigneur de Magny, 162.
- - to conclude treaty (of Lille) with Henry VIII. and Ferdinand of Spain—Johannes de Berghes
-, Gérard de la Plaine, 179.
- - to conclude treaty of alliance with Pope Leo X. and King Ferdinand —Mathaeus, Cardinal of St. Angelo, 223.
- appointed by Emperor elect, Maximilian, to conclude treaty of alliance with Juana and Charles, Queen and King of Spain, and Henry VIII.— Matheus, Cardinal of Sion, Marquis of Viglena
-, Joannes Bartholomeus Tizzone, Count of Dezzana : Joannes Heydn, 284.
-, English, discussion between Spanish ambassadors and, i. 6, 7, 8, 9.
-, -, Flemish negotiations with, 189.
-, -, Spanish negotiations with Henry VII. to be concealed from, 116.
-, Spanish, in Brittany—F. Rojas, ambassador
-, Count de Salinas, Captain-General
-, Peter Carillo, 32.
-, -, for payment of marriage portion —Alphonso de Fonseca, Count de Cabra, and others, 264.
-, -, to conclude treaty with Henry VII. — Ferdinand, Duke of Estrada, 306.
Compludo, Alonso de, license to, i. 40.
-, Dr. Alonso de, letter addressed to, 57.
-, Alonzo de, agent of Diego de Soria in London, letter to, 75.
Compostello, Santiago de, ii. 299.
Compton, Sir William, pension paid by France to, ii. 247, 284, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 325, 346, 586.
Comptroller to Princess of Wales, Sarmiento, i. 247.
Comuneros, priests who have been, ii. 455.
-, list of those excepted from the pardon, 523.
-, named also at 511, 539, 604.
Conclave, cardinals in, for election of Pope Adrian, ii. 388 to 393.
-, preparations for the, 385.
-, proceedings of the cardinals previous to the, 589.
-, second, to elect Clement VII., 592 to 595.
Concordia, ii. 361.
Confessor, the, of Pope Adrian, ii. 547.
Coningesby, Humfrey, privy councillor, i. 447.
Conquet, taken by the English, ii. 455.
-, the diet of, i. 442
-, ii. 577, 621.
Constantinople, plans of King Ferdinand with regard to the empire of, ii. 160, 264.
-, pestilence in, 477.
-, news from, 482.
Constantine, Prince of Macedonia, i. 418.
Conturbel (Canterbury), i. 236.
Cook to Princess of Wales : Hieronimo de Vega, i. 247.
Coopstan, town and fortress of, i. 337.
Cordova, see of, ii. 559.
-, letters dated from, i. 32, 33.
Coria, abbey of, oath made by Henry VIII., in the, ii. 275.
-, Bishop of, 331.
Cornaro, Giorgio, Venetian commissioner, ii. 548, 561.
-, Cardinal, 305.
Cornelio, Marco, Cardinal, ii. 389, 390.
-, -, the election of Pope Adrian proclaimed by, 393.
-, -, in conclave, 592, 594.
Corneto, letter dated from, ii. 326.
Cornish rebels, approach to London of, i. 162.
Cornwall, revenues of, dowry of the Princess of Wales to be drawn from, i. 5, 13, 33, 129.
-, Biscayans conveyed Perkin to, 186.
-, ii. 2.
Coronation of Henry VIII. and Queen Katharine, ii. 20.
Cortona, Julius Passerini, Cardinal, ii. 389, 392, 593, 620.
Coruña, port in Spain nearest England, the Princess of Wales to embark at, i. 256, 258.
-, the Princess of Wales, at the appointed time, to be at, 257.
-, date at which the Princess of Wales is expected to arrive at, 259.
-, ratification signed at, ii. 299.
Cosenza, Archbishop, envoy of the Pope, ii. 275.
-, dares little, so does little, 495.
-, is conferred with by the Pope, 502, 506.
Cosso, Joan Vicenzio, instructions from Prospero Colonna to, ii. 488, 489.
-, -, carried off to Paris, and papers seized, 515.
Cotton, John, license to, i. 2.
Council, the, a public sitting on the Pope's affairs of, i. 99.
-, deliberations of, 101, 189.
-, Spanish negotiations with, 142.
-, declarations of, 188.
-, De Puebla explains conditions of Spanish alliance to, 196.
-, letter of Madame Margaret laid before, 198.
-, agree with Henry VII. to accept the Spanish document respecting vessels, 333.
-, Henry VII. discusses the treaty of amity in, 342.
-, conclusion arrived at by, 343.
-, Emperor's, to behave reasonably to the Church, ii. 508.
-, Greater and Lesser, 518.
-, the Privy, the match between the Queen of Naples and Henry VII. approved of by, i. 344.
-, -, of Henry VIII., ii. 39.
-, -, -, assembled to receive Muxica and Spanish ambassadors, 77.
-, -, of Castile, memoir of, on the opportunity of a marriage between Charles V. and a Portuguese Princess, 996.
-, -, advice given to Charles V. by, 397.
Councillors, Privy, signatures of, i. 447, 448, 449, 450, 451.
-, -, decision of, with regard to the conduct of English captains in Spain, ii. 78.
Counties, number in Scotland of, i. 172.
-, the aristocracy rich and prosperous in certain, 7.
Couriers, ii. 321.
Courrières, M. de, ii. 653, 654.
Courseville, Flemish ambassador at the court of France, i. 394.
Court, the, De Puebla at, i. 167.
Courtray, i. 455.
Covos, Francisco de los, secretary to Charles V., spoken of in note, ii. 596.
Cranbourne, letter dated at, i. 376.
Creazia, battle of, ii. 166.
Crema, ii. 213.
Cremona to be delivered by King Ferdinand to Maximilian, ii. 90.
- taken by Imperial troops, 429.
-, castle of to be delivered to the Pope, 529.
-, conditions proposed by Charles V. with regard to, 530.
-, revolt of the troops in, 693.
-, letters dated at, 679, 686-7.
-, mentioned at 145, 384, 431, 470, 542, 544, 601, 677.
Crevello, ii. 342.
Crown, value of, i. 83.
-, lands in Scotland, value of, 170.
Croy, de, letter to Maximilian respecting Suffolk from, i. 385.
-, Charles de, 387, 450.
-, -, Prince of Chimay, ii. 288.
-, Florence de, i. 450.
-, G. de, letter to Maximilian, respecting a marriage between Henry VII. and the Archduchess Margaret, from, 388.
-, Guillaume de, bond of, 466.
-, -, ii. See Chièvres, 288.
-, -, letter from Juan Manuel to, 309.
-, Henry de, i. 2.
-, Michel de, 387.
-, William de, 387, 450.
-, -, letter from Francis Marsin to, 398.
Crusade, a, to be preached in the churches of Christendom, ii. 264.
Cruzada, mention made of at, ii. 361, 460, 494, 511, 523, 539, 550, 603.
Cuchillos, Jacobus de, power given by King Ferdinand to, ii. 105.
-, Lope, secretary to Ferdinand, arrest of, i. 369.
Cudignola, ii. 53.
Cuenca, Bishop of, ii. 455, 495.
Cuero, Juan de, director of the state room to the Princess of Wales, i. 246.
-, -, all the property of the Princess of Wales to be kept by, 269.
-, -, Isabella sends letters of credence to, 296.
-, -, Doña Elvira to be consulted by, 335.
-, -, plate belonging to the Princess of Wales missed by, 369.
-, -, the Princess of Wales would dismiss, 470.
-, Roderigo de, nephew of, 369.
Cueva, Beltran de la, ii. 341.
-, -, Duke of Albuquerque, reputed father of Doña Juana of Spain, 396, 397.
Cupbearer to the Princess of Wales : Savador, i. 247.
Cuppis, Giovanni Domenico de, Cardinal, Archbishop of Trani, ii. 388.
Customs, English and Spanish, to be reduced, i. 21.
-, the, revenues from (in Scotland), 170.
-, house duties, no obstacles raised by Henry VII. respecting, 189.
-, -, officers, objections made by, 25.