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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 744-749. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93705 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Earls of Scotland, number of armed retainers of, i. 172.

Edinburgh, letters dated from, i. 72, 130.

Ecclesiastical, revenues and affairs, ii. 319, 581, 618.

Edward IV., concessions made to Henry of Castile by, i. 144.

-, Perkin Warbeck writes respecting, 130.

-, -, -, not the son of, 186.

-, treaties between Spain and England concluded by, 4, 54, 113.

-, King, the second son of, 50, 103.

Egidio, Cardinal San Matheo, see San Matheo, ii. 389, 392.

Egmont, Prince Charles of, ii. 254.

-, Ferdinand, i. 450.

-, Florence de, Lord Ysselsten, 387.

-, -, oath of, 393.

-, John, Count of, lieutenant of Holland 387.

-, -, oath of, 388.

-, -, surety for payment of loan, 450.

Eleanor, Madame (sister of Charles V.), reported marriage of, i. 456.

-, -, projected marriage of, with King Louis XII. of France, mentioned at, ii. 201, 204, 205, 217, 218, 221, 229, 234, 235, 236.

-, -, dower to be given by Ferdinand to, 202, 235.

-, -, advantages of marriage of, with King Louis of France, 205.

-, -, great difference of age between King of France and, urged as an obstacle to their marriage, 205.

-, -, projected marriage of, disapproved by Madame Margaret, 221.

-, -, proposed dower of, if she marry the Duke of Bourbon, 576.

Elizabeth, Princess, proposed marriage of i. 225.

-, Queen, letter to Queen Isabella from, 145.

-, -, description of, 164.

-, -, letter to King Ferdinand from, 212.

-, -, recommendation from, 212.

Ellyor, Lady (Eleanor), ii. 210.

Elna, Bishop of, see Bernard de Mesa, ii. 321.

Eltham, letter from Henry VII. dated from i. 32.

-, the Princess of Wales writes from , 401.

Elvira, Doña, (Manuel) first lady of honour to the Princess of Wales, i. 246.

-, -, Juan de Cuero to receive directions from, 269.

-, -, message from Queen Isabella to, 282.

-, -, the Duke de Estrada must try to satisfy, 293.

-, -, instructions from Queen Isabella for, 296.

-, -, the household of the Princess of Wales to be regulated by, 325.

-, -, present made by Henry VII. to, 335.

-, -, all gold, plate, and jewels belonging to the Princess of Wales to be kept by, 354.

-, -, partiality to the King Archduke of, 369, 371.

-, -, proposed marriage of the son of, 369.

-, -, deceitful conduct of, 372.

-, -, departure of, 425.

Elyot, Ric, privy councillor, i. 447.

Emanuel, King of Portugal, i. 215.

Embassy from England to Spain and Portugal, account by Roger Machados of, i., 21.

-, French misrepresentation respecting, 94.

- from the new King of France to Henry VII., 156.

- from France to England, 227.

- from England to Rome, 326.

- from Spain to France, 368.

- from the King of the Romans to Henry VII., 370.

Emperor elect, treaty with England to be ratified by, i. 443.

-, the, advantages accruing from Henry VII.'s proposals to, 468.

-, -, endeavour to influence the Archduchess in favour of Henry VII. by, 445.

-, -, Henry VII. anxious to negotiate with, 457.

-, -, reasons for assenting to the marriage of Prince Charles given by, 460.

Empire, Regents of the, letters sent from Emperor to the, ii. 649.

-, the Sacred, included in treaty, ii. 232.

England, mention of and allusions to, passim.

-, license to import wine into, i. 1, 15.

-, license to dispose of goods brought from Spain to, 2, 3, 26, 32.

-, license to export wheat from, 2.

-, visit of the Spanish ambassadors to Queen of, 11.

-, marriage portion to be paid on arrival of the Princess Katharine in, 13.

-, danger to, 19.

-, letter from Ferdinand to Queen of, 26.

-, trade between Gascony and, 30.

-, war not ended by peace between France and, 31.

-, age at which the Princess Katharine should be sent to, 33.

-, letter to the Grand Master (Magno Magistro) of, 34.

-, Princess Katharine to be sent to, 39, 203, 218, 220, 226, 229.

-, the Pope would levy a tenth in, 40.

-, remittance of customs on goods imported or exported from, 42.

-, license to Spanish merchants to trade in, 42.

-, Henry of Richmond usurper of the crown of, 50.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella wish to form a new alliance with, 52.

-, dislike of the King of the Romans expressed in, 58.

-, feeling towards Spain in, 60.

-, consequences of De Puebla's arrival in, 60.

-, report of an invasion of, 62.

-, treatment of Spanish merchants in, 63.

-, delay of the invasion of, 67.

-, an alliance with Spain increases the power of Henry VII. in, 68.

-, Spanish and English alliance to be concluded in, 70.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella expect news from, 71.

- and Flanders, reconciliation between, 75.

-, war with France to be begun by, 77.

-, the Pope should ask assistance from, 80.

-, influence the Pope's brief would have in, 80.

-, Spanish subjects in, 88.

-, possibility of Spanish Princess landing in, 89.

-, reason of delay of Spanish negotiations with, 95.

-, the Pope sovereign lord of, 100.

-, disinclination to war with France common in, 111.

-, negotiations pending in, 120.

-, France desires peace with, 124.

-, dower of the Princess Katharine as Queen of, 130.

-, disturbances in, 147, 185.

-, embassy from Flanders to, 150.

-, France not to be feared by, 151.

-, water not drinkable in, 156.

-, Londoño gives an account of his arrival in, 159.

-, most influential persons in, 163.

-, Puebla's disreputable way of living in, 166.

-, good services done in Spanish war by, 183.

-, peace with France not advantageous to, 184.

-, arrival of Papal dispensation in, 185.

-, marriage ceremony between Princess Katharine and Arthur, Prince of Wales, performed in, 190.

-, Puebla delivers letters to Queen of, 191.

-, Spanish and French treaty expressly includes and excepts, 195.

-, Henry VII. wishes De Puebla to marry in, 202.

-, Spanish ambassador at the court of, 204.

-, birth of a son to Queen of, 205.

-, belief in prophecy in, 206.

-, tranquil state of, 213, 227.

-, sums spent for reception of Princess Katharine in, 214.

-, Princess of Wales must be married within a month after her arrival in, 221.

-, -, to arrive in, at the end of summer, 225, 233.

-, visit to the Archduke of Queen of, 226.

-, festivities preparing in, 226.

-, delight at the expected arrival of the Princess Katharine felt in, 226.

-, a marriage for Puebla proposed by Queen of, 228.

-, Princess of Wales should be sent to, 231.

-, proclamation of treaty of alliance in, 234.

-, Princess of Wales about to proceed to, 235.

-, expected arrival of the Princess Katharine in, 237.

-, officers, &c., to remain with Princess of Wales in, 246.

-, effects of letters from Spain in Latin on, 249.

-, preparation made for reception of the Princess of Wales in, 253.

-, Princess of Wales delayed in her departure for, 258.

-, causes of delay of the departure of the Princess of Wales for, 258.

-, Princess of Wales arrives in, 262.

-, application of money collected in, 266.

-, new Spanish ambassador sent to, 270.

-, license to export wool out of, 271, 309.

-, death of Queen of, 295.

-, report of a marriage between Henry VII. and the Princess of Wales circulated in, 295.

-, impropriety of the stay of the Princess of Wales in, 296.

-, Princess of Wales to embark on board Spanish fleet touching on the coast of, 297.

-, Princess of Wales must leave, 299.

-, Princess of Wales, under certain circumstances, may remain in, 300.

-, permission to the Princess of Wales to remain in, 300.

-, embassy to Rome from, 326.

-, Cardinal of St. Peter's, &c., protector of, 328.

-, ease of travelling in, 346.

-, arrival of vessels in Spanish ports from, 348.

-, reception of Philip of Castile in, 379.

-, Prior of St. John of Jerusalem in, 384.

-, remainder of marriage portion to be sent to, 389.

-, Flanders expects succour from, 396.

-, treaty concluded during King Philip's stay in, 397.

-, jewels belonging to the Princess of Wales to be taken at the price current in, 404.

-, ambassadors to be sent to Spain from, 405.

-, Spanish ambassador fitted for, 411.

-, necessity to send a suitable Spanish ambassador to, 422.

-, foreign ambassadors arrived in, 429.

-, right reserved to Princess Mary of inheritance in, 445.

-, ratification of treaties with, 454.

-, ambassadors of Maximilian not gone to, 467.

-, ambassadors of the King of Castile in, 468.

-, money requested for messenger returning to, 471.

-, ambassador sent from Spain to, ii. 1.

-, circumstances under which Princess Katharine must leave, 5.

-, King Ferdinand offers to go in person to, 9.

-, bills of exchange for payment of Princess Katharine's dower sent to, 13.

-, complaints must not be made of the Princess in, 17.

-, Membrilla recalled from, 22.

-, Luis Caroz sent as ambassador to, 30.

-, expenses of an ambassador enormous in, 45.

-, Christopher (Urswick), Cardinal of, sent to Rome, 55.

-, how to avoid disputes as to precedence of ambassadors of Castile and, 60.

-, Marquis of Dorset determines to return from Guienne to, 66.

-, truce concluded between Spain, France, and, 68, 74.

-, arrival of Martin de Muxica in, 75.

-, Spanish fleet to be sent to, 83.

-, -, ambassador in, almost forced to sign a treaty against France, 120.

-, return of Henry VIII. from Tournay to, 162-5.

-, a legate to be sent by the Pope to, 165.

-, project to bring about peace between Scotland and, 203.

-, uncivil treatment of Bishop of Tripoli in, 225.

-, clause in treaty in case of an invasion by Scotland into, 232.

-, Luis Caroz complains of his treatment in, 248.

-, Bernard de Mesa, Bishop of Tripoli, ambassador in, 250.

-, weather permitting, the King of the Romans (Charles V.) is to visit, 296.

-, the Cardinal of, boasts of bis great power, 306.

-, meeting of Charles V. with Henry VIII. in, 306.

-, Wolsey to be nominated by Leo X. as legate in, 309.

-, delay dangerous in conclusion of negotiations between Charles V. and, 321.

-, Juan Manuel earnestly desires good news from, 328.

-, Cardinal de Medicis the protector of, 354.

-, Venetian galleys to go unmolested to, 411.

-, travelling troublesome in, 426.

-, Charles V. in, 430.

-, war declared between France and, 430.

-, living easy and cheap in, 445.

-, Bishop of Astorga sent by the Pope to, 448.

-, inferiority of the horses in, 451.

-, Charles V. leaves, 455.

-, embargo laid upon Venetian vessels in, 468.

-, Venetians not desirous of an alliance with, 472.

-, possibility of peace spoken of by the vice-chancellor of, 485.

-, letter of instructions to be sent viâ, 525.

-, scarcity of cavalry in, 556.

-, forces embarked for France from, 581, 651.

-, M. de Veyre sent to, 584.

-, Henry VIII. recalls his troops to, 599, 603.

-, money to be sent to Duke of Bourbon from, 608.

-, Sieur de Courrières carries news of Imperial victories to, 639.

-, difficulty and delay in procuring money in, 654.

-, more inclined towards peace with France, 272, 308, 488, 499, 547, 550, 598, 612, 618, 619, 620, 621, 644, 646, 658, 672, 685, 689.

-, and France, probability of war between, 28.

- -, peace between, prejudicial to Spain, 31.

- -, good result of war between, 126.

- -, consequences of an alliance between, 468.

- and Scotland, alliance between, i. 86.

- -, truce between, 116.

- -, Ayala to send description of, 161.

- -, difficulties in the way of peace between, 168.

- -, comparative size of, 171.

- and Spain, friendly nature of the relations between, 1.

- -, a treaty, 21st of Edward IV., concluded between, 4.

- -, whatever France had taken to be recovered by, 9.

- -, wishes of Ferdinand and Isabella on the treaties of alliance being concluded between, 15.

- -, treaty between, 21.

- -, ratification of treaty between, 34.

- -, projected treaty between, 37.

- -, proposed invasion of France by, 39.

- -, proposal to alter certain clauses in treaties between, 41.

- -, clause respecting Roussillon and Cerdaña contained in the treaty between, 52.

- -, communications to be in plain writing about, 68.

- -, Ferdinand and Isabella would keep secret the alliance between, 116.

- -, union of France with, 208.

- -, friendship between, 264.

- -, mutual aid to be given by, 273.

- -, preamble of new treaty between, 347.

- -, intimate alliance between, 354.

- -, treaty of friendship and alliance between, 357.

- -, conditions of a treaty between, 358.

English, the, commencement of year by, i. 2.

-, clause in Spanish treaty referring to France disliked by, 19.

-, declaration respecting aid to the Pope of, 60.

-, promises of Charles VIII. when France was invaded by, 65.

-, treatment in Spain of, 71.

-, plan for the conquest of Guienne by, 80.

-, alliance with Spain desired by, 90.

-, ignorance of, 113.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella recommend their daughter to the kindness of, 119.

-, pensions allowed by France to, 156.

-, discontent with De Puebla of, 163.

-, outrages committed in Scotland by, 168.

-, jealousy of, 176.

-, character of, 187, 218.

-, impatience to see the Princess Katharine of, 208.

-, fondness for complimentary letters common in, 228.

-, reception proposed for the Princess of Wales by, 236.

-, wishes respecting the Princess of Wales of, 237.

-, personal beauty held in high estimation by, 344.

-, freighting vessels in Andalusia forbidden to, 367.

-, indifference shown to the insanity of Queen Juana by, 409.

-, mode of fighting of, 438.

-, marriage portions never given back amongst the, ii. 2.

-, joy at the coronation of Henry VIII. and Queen Katharine shown by, 20.

- and Spanish cardinals ought to be created, 40, 41.

-, offended at the arrogance of the French, 42.

-, victories in Africa believed to be the beginning of great things by, 44.

-, fleet to remain six months at sea, 58.

- army, Duke Alba goes to meet the, 65.

- - determined to remain only twenty-five days in Spain, 66, 73.

-, suspected of secret understanding with the French, 67.

-, in difficulties from the French fleet, 68.

-, observations of Ferdinand on the, 68.

-, details of the conduct at Navarra of, 72.

-, accused of fickleness and inconstancy, 73, 190, 198.

- fleet off Falmouth, 75, 83

-, anger of Henry VIII. at the behaviour in Spain of, 76.

-, decision of the privy councillors on the conduct pursued in Spain by, 78.

- archers to be intermixed with German pikemen, 94.

- liked at Guienne, 94.

- considered rash and quarrelsome, 95.

- ambassadors, promises made to Ferdinand by, 134.

-, invasion of France by, 140.

- subjects, Spanish vessels not to be bought by, 144.

- successful in their enterprise in France, 157.

- desirous of peace, 167.

-, desire of Queen Katharine to gain the love of, 248.

-, illtreatment of Spanish captains by, 249.

-, goodwill to Ferdinand of the, 273.

-, value of an alliance with, 283.

- ambassador's account of the arrest of Buckingham, 350.

-, too much confidence not to be placed in, 357.

-, reported revolt amongst, 361.

- fleet to do as much harm to the French as possible, 369.

-, intercourse not found agreeable with the, 426.

- gentlemen receive the Emperor at Calais, 426.

-, war made by Scots on, 432.

- fleet has sailed to attack France, 449.

-, devastations committed in Brittany by the, 455, 466.

-, war carried on with France by the, 509.

- fleet to sail to the Channel, 535.

-, trustworthiness of the, 580.

-, inclined to make peace with France, 599, 652, 653.

- army, reports of, in France, 603.

-, procrastination the fashion of, 612.

-, bad impression produced by the poor results obtained in Fiance by, 613.

-, disbanding of Imperial army discontents the, 617, 648.

- refuse to contribute money for the Italian war, 620.

- troops crossed and crossing over to France, 651.

-, sum to be paid by, in default of invading France, 655.

- army to march against the Scots, 658.

- -, poverty of, in Italy, 662.

-, consequences apprehended if France is not invaded by the, 669.

- Knights of Rhodes, money sent by King Henry through, 672.

-, money agents in Rome, difficulties raised by, 673.

- criticisms on the disbanding of the Imperial army, 681.

-, impressions made by the loss of Milan on, 682.

- more inclined for peace in consequence, 685.

- flatter the Pope
-, avow their intention to afford no assistance to Charles V. against France, 689.

- Alliance, &c., with Spain to be kept secret, i. 97.

- Ambassadors, Puebla supposed to be on his way to Spain with, 20.

- - to Spain, 238.

- -, the power of the Prince of Wales to be taken to Spain by, 239.

- -, the Pope to be applied to by, 309.

- -, opinion of Spain held by, 344.

- -, sent to gain information respecting the Queen of Naples, 359.

- - in Flanders, representations to be made by Ferrer to, 390.

- -, reports heard in France by, 437.

- - to the Emperor, brief summary of what was said to, 445.

- -, Archduchess to take to Cambray the, 466.

- - to be sent to Portugal, ii. 395.

- - in Rome, advantages of an interview between the Pope, Emperor, and King of England pointed out by, 400.

- -, large sums brought to Rome by, 402.

- -, good treatment in Rome of the, 416.

- -, interview with Adrian VI. of the, 538.

- -, communications on Venetian affairs made by, 490.

- - in Rome, instructions sent by Wolsey to, 528.

- -, power to conclude a league with the Pope given to, 602.

- -, unsatisfactory answer given by the Pope to, 605.

- captains, detention in Spanish ports of, i. 119.

- clergyman in Spain, complaints of, 256.

- commissioners, De Puebla's conference with, 102.

- -, nothing can be settled with ambassadors of the Archduke by, 197.

- embassy, return from France of, 192.

- harbours, the French insulted Spanish vessels in, 317.

- infantry, sending to Spain of, 320.

- manufacture, shipment of woollen cloths of, 40.

- merchandise, exports to Spain of, 349.

- merchants, permission to trade with Spain granted to, 4.

- -, the commerce of Spanish merchants in England objected to by, 102.

- -, trading between Spain and France forbidden to, 107.

-, -, Spanish vessels freighted by, 114.

-, -, permissions granted to, 337.

- officers of law, covetousness of, 180.

- parliament, fickleness of, 112.

- ports open to Spanish vessels, 105.

- -, the Princess Katharine to be sent to some, 129.

- Princess, the King of Scots to marry, 175.

- sailors, character of, i. 374.

- -, unfortunate expedition to Seville of, 366.

- ships, letters patent for, 299.

- subjects in Flanders, treatment of, 143.

- -, time to send goods allowed to, 4.

- troops, pay of, 320.

- -, ships for the passage of, 320.

- vessels, &c., 22.

- -, respect to be shown the Archduchess by, 107.

- -, war between France and Spain profitable to, 106.

Englishmen, certain, in the pay of France, i. 224.

Enkenvöert, William, prothonotary and datary, ii. 362.

-, -, at the college of cardinals, 417.

-, -, panegyric pronounced on, 429.

-, -, adviser of Pope Adrian VI., 452, 494.

-, -, baseness of character of, 486.

-, Datario, influenced by Cardinal Monte, 501.

-, -, in daily conference with the Pope, 505.

-, -, desires the bishopric of Tortosa, 506.

-, -, Duke of Sessa begs the bishopric for, 512.

-, -, must be won by bribes, 515.

-, -, receives thanks for services to Charles V., 574.

-, -, Adrian VI. proposes a cardinal's hat for, 584.

-, -, is made Cardinal (of Tortosa), 585.

Enrique, Don, the daughter of, i. 12.

Equerries to the Princess of Wales : Morales, Vitoria, Calderon, the nephew of Parazcona, i. 247.

Ernley, John, privy councillor, i. 449.

Espinal (Espinar?), letter dated from, ii. 678.

Esquivel, Alonso de, master of the hall in the Princess of Wales' household, i. 246.

-, -, Isabella of Spain sends letters of credence to, 296.

-, -, letter to Ferdinand of Spain from, 406.

-, -, letter requesting payment of salary from, 425.

-, -, Knight Commander, ii. 5.

Essex, the Earl of, seeks permission to hold royal jousts, i. 233.

Estates, General and Provincial, letters sent by the Emperor Charles to, ii. 649.

Estrada, Ferdinand, Duke de, ambassador from Spain to England, i. 267.

-, -, communication to be made to Doña Elvira by, 269.

-, - despatch from Queen Isabella to, 309.

-, -, recall to Spain of, 325.

-, -, report of Francis Marsin, &c., concerning, 365.

-, -, treaty concluded by, 408.

-, -, unfitness for ambassador of, 411.

-, -, letter to Queen Isabella from, 329.

-, -, letters to, 269, 270, 272, 274, 278, 282, 285, 286, 289, 291, 295, 305, 308, 313, 317, 319, 322, 325, 327.

Ewelme, letter dated from, i. 424.

Ewell (?), letter dated from, i. 436.

Exchange, letters of, i. 228.

Exeter, bond of mayor and aldermen of, i. 449.

-, letter dated from, 145.

-, power of Queen Juana and King Philip dated from, 385.

-, Richard, Bishop of, 4.

Exports of Scotland, i. 171.

Eyton, manor of, letters dated from, i. 308, 327.

Eztuniga, Friar Juan de, Provincial of Aragon, instructions from Caroz to, ii. 248.



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