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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 749-766. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93706 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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Fabra, Gaspar de, i. 390.

Factors (supposed Spanish ambassadors), i. 75, 77.

Fadrique, King, i. 259, 260.

- (Frederick of Austria), proposed marriage of, 344.

Falcon, William, Spanish order neglected to be published by, i. 367.

Falmouth, English fleet off, ii. 75, 83, 367.

Farfa, Abbot of, ii. 707.

Farnese, Alessandro, Cardinal St. Damien and St. Eustache, ii. 385.

-, -, suspected partisan of the French, 386.

-, -, has good chances of election as Pope, 387.

-, -, at the conclave, 388, 392, 592, 593.

-, -, Imperial candidate for the Papal throne, 589.

Fawtys, Myngol de, license to, i. 26.

Feast
-, of the Adoration of the Kings
-, treaty signed by the Pope on the eve of, ii. 690.

Federigo, Don, son of the King of Naples, ii. 193.

Felice, ii. 421.

Felis (Feliz?), Lord, ii. 76, 77.

Feltre, Bishop of, ii. 509.

Fennes, Jaques de Luxemburg, Seigneur de, i. 387.

Ferdinand, Infante (Archduke), son of King Philip and Queen Juana, ii. 118.

-, -, proposed marriage between Mde. Renée and the, 118, 122, 123, 125, 126, 142, 172, 188, 196, 201, 226, 235, 236, 241.

-, -, description of by King Ferdinand, 118.

-, -, inheritance of, 118, 122, 235.

-, -, Brescia and other places to be given, when conquered, to, 149.

-, -, to renounce his inheritance in Germany, if a new state be found for him in Italy, 185, 222.

-, -, Milan to be conquered for, 187, 189.

-, -, King of France renounces all claims to Naples in favour of, 196.

-, -, proposed marriage of, with daughter of King of Hungary, 255.

-, -, included in treaty of London, 292.

-, -, aid asked of England against the Turks by, 433.

-, -, included in treaty between Charles V. and Henry VIII., 435.

-, -, desires the completion of the Venetian alliance, 492.

-, -, his power required to conclude Venetian alliance, 518, 564.

-, -, his power to be sent secretly to Imperial ambassadors, 519.

-, -, his decision with regard to peace not known, 548.

-, -, letters from the Pope to, 550.

-, -, conditions on which the alliance between Charles V., Henry VIII., and Venice will be joined by, 551.

-, -, delay caused by the demands of, 553.

-, -, his power arrives in Venice, 560.

-, -, transcripts of projected treaty sent to, 563.

-, -, gives his consent to the alliance, 565, 579.

-, -, must send his power in the form desired by the Venetians, 567.

-, -, promises made to Venice by, 568.

-, -, treaty between the Emperor, Henry VIII., and, 570.

-, -, money sent by Duke of Milan to, 573.

-, -, to be party to alliance between Bourbon, Emperor, and Henry VIII., 576.

-, -, letter from, to Count Antonius de Comitibus Paduæ, 591.

-, -, wishes to command the Italian army, 606.

-, -, ambassadors to be sent to Swiss Diet by, 644.

-, -, in want of money, 646.

-, -, writes to the Pope, 681.

-, -, sends reinforcements to Italy, 692.

-, -, mentioned at 415, 432, 540, 549, 562, 649, 663.

Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, notices of, and references and allusions to, passim :

- -, request to King of England from, i. 1.

- -, Henry VII. recommends a relation to, 2.

- -, Spanish ambassadors to consult, 4.

- -, Princess Katharine's travelling expenses to be paid by, 5.

- -, demands made on Henry VII. by, 17.

- -, terms of alliance entered into by Henry VII. with, 21.

- -, pledges of, 23.

- -, signatures of, cut from ratification, 24.

- -, refusal of Henry VII.'s proposals by, 27.

- -, Granada must be watched by, 35.

- -, stipulation of former treaty preferred by, 37.

- -, ambassadors sent by Henry VII. to, 51.

- -, a new alliance with England sought by, 52.

- -, an embassy to England promised by, 53.

- -, peace made with France by, 53.

- - join the league, 55.

- -, account of league by, 57.

- -, wishes respecting daughter's marriage of, 60.

- -, message to Henry VII. respecting the league from, 62.

- -, memoir of what had taken place between, and the King of France, 63.

- -, solemn promise of Charles VIII. to restore Roussillon and Cerdaña to, 65.

- -, the King of Scotland seeks an alliance with, 72.

- -, wishes of, 81.

- -, deceptions practised on Scotland by, 97.

- -, would aid the King of England, 98.

- -, conduct towards the Pope of, 100.

- -, their friendship valuable to Henry VII., 104.

- -, policy pursued towards Scotland by, 105.

- -, measures taken to reconcile Henry VII. and the Archduke by, 133.

- -, a general peace desired by, 149.

- -, friendly offers of, 160.

- -, Puebla's character not known to, 166.

-, -, proposed marriage of third daughter of, 175.

- -, the affairs of Scotland not treated with their wonted caution by, 178.

- -, the Princess Katharine must be sent to England by, 188.

- -, reference to an alliance against France mentioned in a letter of, 197.

- -, Don Christobel recommended to the service of the Prince of Wales by, 199.

- -, copy of censures of the conduct of Puebla contained in a letter of, 204.

- -, Prince Michael mentioned as heir of, 205.

- -, marriage portion offered to King of Scotland by, made a precedent, 215.

- -, papers delivered up to the courier sent by, 219.

- -, mode in which the privy council understood the treaty entered into by, 223.

- -, two clauses referring to commerce in treaty concluded by Henry VII. with, 229.

- -, Puebla desirous to have his salary paid by, 232.

- -, intentions respecting the departure of the Princess of Wales of, 258.

- -, proposal of the King of France accepted by, 260.

- -, orders respecting the Princess of Wales given by, 263.

- -, payment in part of marriage portion by the commissioners of, 264.

- -, promises made in treaty with Henry VII. by, 306, 307.

- -, commissions, powers, &c., from, 3 (3), 21, 86, 125, 129, 267, 291, 306, 337.

- -, letters of, to :

1485, Nov. 5, the King of England, i. 1.

1488, Nov. 5, De Puebla, 12.

1488, Dec. 17, do., 17.

1489, Feb. 15, do., 20.

1489, May 27, Henry VII., 25.

1490, Jan. (?), Diego de Guevara and De Puebla, 26.

1490 May 6, the Bishop of Badajoz, 31.

1490 July 4, Rojas, ambassador in Brittany, 31.

1491, Sep. 12, the Archdeacon Zamora and Sasiola, 37.

1492, April 26, Geoffrey de Sasiola, 41.

1492, April 30, King —, 42.

1494, Aug. 18, Henry VII., 51.

1494, Nov. 3, ambassador in England, 51.

1494, Nov. 3, Bachelor de Sasiola, 52.

1495, Feb. 25, De Puebla, 52.

1495, March 12, do., 55.

1495, May 13, do., 57.

1495, July 20, do., 60.

1495, Aug, 22, 24, do., 67.

1495, Sep. 22, the Pope Alexander VI., 69.

1495 Sep. 23, De Puebla, 70.

1495 Sep. 23, do., 71.

1495 Sep. 23, do., 72.

1495 Nov. 2, do., 72.

1495 Nov. 2, Henry VII., 72.

1495 Dec. 28, De Puebla, 72.

1495 Dec. 28, do., 75.

1495 Dec. 28, Henry VII., 75.

1495 Dec. 28, De Puebla, 75.

1496, Jan. 30, do., 80.

1496, Jan. 30, Henry VII., 86.

1496, Jan. 30, De Puebla, 86.

1496, Jan. 31, do., 86.

1496, Jan. 31, Henry VII., 87.

1496, Mar. 28, De Puebla, 88.

1496, April 14, do., 89.

1496, April 26, do., 93.

1496, April 27, do., 98.

1496, April 27, Don Martin, 99.

1496, June 21, De Puebla, 104.

1496, June 21, do., 106.

1496, June 26, Henry VII., 107.

1496, July 6, De Puebla, 107.

1496, July 6, do., 125.

1497, Jan. 10, do., 131.

1497, Jan. 10, do., 136.

1497, Jan. 15, do., 136.

1497, March 28, do., 139.

1497, April 8, do., 142.

1497, June 14, do., 143.

1498, March 7, Londoño, 147.

1498, March 7, do., 148.

1498, March 7, do. and Sub-Prior of Santa Cruz, 148.

1498, April 7, do., 149.

1498, April 7, De Puebla, 150.

1498, July 24, do., 167.

1498, Oct. 17, do., 199.

1499, March 12, do., 203.

1500, Jan. 20, do., 214.

1500, Jan. 20, Henry VII., 215.

1500, Jan. 27, De Puebla, 216.

1500, Feb. 25, De Ayala, 216.

1500, June 6, De Puebla, 220.

1500, June 6, Henry VII., 230.

1500, June 6, Ambassador, 234.

1500, July 25, De Puebla, 239.

1500, Aug. 13, do., 241.

1500, Aug. 26, do., 242.

1500, Oct. 3, do., 243.

1501, May 21, do., 258.

1501, May 29, do., 259.

1501, July 29, De Puebla, 259.

1502, April 29, do., 266.

1502, May 29, do., 268.

1502, June 14, Duke de Estrada, 269.

1502, June 14, De Puebla, 270.

1502, June 16, Duke de Estrada, 270.

1502, July 18, do., 274.

1502, July 18, De Puebla, 275.

1502, Nov. 17, De Rojas, 291.

1502, Dec. 13, Duke de Estrada, 291.

1504, Jan. 24, do., 323.

1504, June 26, do., 325.

-, -, letters to, i. 5, 15 (3), 16, 19, 54, 57, 72, 99, 107, 110, 113, 131, 144, 145, 146, 151, 152, 153, 155, 159, 164, 168, 181, 182, 184, 185, 193, 194, 195, 197, 202, 205, 207, 210, 213, 217, 218, 220, 222, 229, 230, 233, 235, 247, 248, 264, 265, 317, 331, 338, 341, 342, 345.

- -, treaties and alliances of, with :

1489, March 27, Henry VII. of England, i. 21.

1490, Sept. 20, do., 33, 37.

1493, Jan. 8, Charles VIII. of France, 43.

1493, March 8, Henry VII., 48.

1495, March 30, the Pope, Maximilian I., Barbadico in the name of Venice, and Ludovico Maria Sforza, 55.

1496, Oct. 1, Henry VII., 129.

1498, Aug. 1 and 2, do., 180, 205.

1499, July 10, do., 200.

1503, June 23, do., 306, 347.

- -, ratification of treaties by, i. 43, 131, 147, 213, 215, 316, 317.

- -, places whence are dated the letters of :

Alcala de Henares, i. 148, 149, 150, 302, 304, 306.

Alfara, 72.

Alhambra, the palace of, 42.

Almazan, 98, 106, 108.

Almunia, 199.

Baca, 26.

Barcelona, 310, 315, 316.

Burgos, 136, 137, 143.

Cordova, 32, 33.

Daroca, on the road to Soria, 93.

Granada, 42, 222, 241, 242, 243, 254, 257, 258, 259, 261.

-, camp before, 37.

Jean, 26.

Laredo, 114, 119, 120, 121, 122.

Madrid, 52, 53, 55, 204, 291, 293.

Medina del Campo, 143, 327.

Oña, 128.

Puente del Arzobispo, 266.

Santa Fé, 258.

Segovia, 51, 309, 318, 322.

Talavera, 266.

Tarazona, 69, 71, 72.

Toledo, 220, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 274, 275, 276, 278, 282, 285, 286.

Torralva, 324.

Tortosa, 75, 86, 87, 89.

Valladolid, 19.

Zaragoza, 168, 289, 290.

Ferdinand the Catholic of Spain, will of Isabella respecting, i. 339.

- -, complimentary letter from Henry VII. to, 353.

- -, proposals made to the Archduke by, 355.

- -, conduct on the death of Isabella of, 356.

- -, revenues of Castile received by, 363.

- -, proposed marriage of, 377.

- -, requirements made of the King Archduke by, 378.

- -, Louis Ferrer nominated ambassador to the King of Castile by, 389.

- -, behaviour to the Archduke Philip of, 391.

- -, Juan Lopez entreats aid for the Princess of Wales from, 397.

- -, pensions granted to officers of the King Archduke's court by, 402.

- -, the Archduchess Margaret offers to assist, 403.

- -, sorrow for the trials of the Princess of Wales expressed by, 404.

- -, advice respecting jewels belonging to the Princess of Wales sent to, 409.

- -, conditions of Henry VII.'s marriage with the Queen of Castile to be proposed to, 409.

- -, letter from the physician of the Princess of Wales to, 414.

- -, credentials for the Princess of Wales sent by, 415.

- -, sentiments entertained for Henry VII. by, 418.

- -, reasons given for asking for delay in payment of marriage portion by, 421.

- -, promises made by Henry VII. to, 432.

- -, De Peubla should not be trusted by, 434.

- -, good effect of a letter to the lord chamberlain from, 436.

- -, professions of Henry VII. to, 438.

- -, account of the arrival in Castile of, 441.

- -, his consent to the Archduke Charles's marriage to be procured from, 445.

- -, full belief in the validity of the Princess's marriage of, 452.

-, -, proposition to remove Castile from the influence of, 457.

-, -, thoughts of breaking with Henry VII. entertained by, 462.

-, -, consent to pay the remainder of marriage portion to Henry VII. in coin given by, 462.

-, -, fear of being cheated by Henry VII. felt by, 462.

-, -, Henry VII.'s feeling towards, 469.

-, -, discovery of intrigues against, 471.

-, -, terms of the treaty between the late Queen Isabella, and Henry VII., and, ii. 1.

-, -, ready to enter into negotiations for a marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Mary of England, 2.

-, -, sends new ambassador to England, 4.

-, -, instructions of, to new ambassador, 4.

-, -, directions of, incase the Princess Katharine is detained in England against her will, 6.

-, -, credentials for the Prince of Wales sent by, 6.

-, -, receives news of the death of Henry VII. of England, 7.

-, -, urges on the immediate marriage of King Henry VIII. with the Princess Katharine, 8.

-, -, concessions to be granted by, to King of England, 8.

-, -, promises the punctual payment of Princess Katharine's dowry, 9.

-, -, will ratify any treaty to remove obstacles to the marriage between King of England and Princess Katharine, 9.

-, -, letter of condolence from, to Henry VIII. on the death of his father, 9.

-, -, proffers assistance in case Henry VIII. does not ascend the throne without opposition, 9.

-, -, assurances of his love for King of England sent by, 17.

-, -, craves forgiveness for his ambassador from Princess Katharine, 19.

- -, secret negotiations of, with the Pope for preservation of Venice, 26.

-, -, wishes King of England to enter into alliance with King of the Romans, Queen of Castile, Prince Charles, and Spain, 26.

-, -, cannot give safe-conduct on his seas to Venetian captains, 28.

-, -, is preparing expedition against the Moors, 29.

-, -, protestations by, of his desire to serve King of England at any sacrifice, 31.

-, -, wishes to maintain peace with the King of France, but cannot if he attack the Pope, 46.

-, -, under pretext of war with Moors, prepares great forces to act against France, 46.

-, -, desires to reconcile the Pope, Emperor, and Venetians, to foil the French in their designs, 47.

-, -, advice of, to Luis Caroz as to his conduct towards King of England, 48.

-, -, speedy conclusion of alliance with the King of England important to, 48.

-, -, Henry Guildford created a Spanish knight by, 54.

-, -, Wistan, an Englishman, created Spanish knight by, 54.

-, -, calls upon King Henry to preserve the pre-eminence of England, 59.

-, -, proposals for avoiding disputes as to precedence of English and Spanish ambassadors, 59.

-, -, the fickleness of the English astonishes and offends, 66.

-, -, the English reject plans for attacking Guienne proposed by, 67.

-, -, complaints by, of the conduct of the English forces at the projected invasion of Guienne, 68.

-, -, instructions from, as to what his ambassadors are to say to the King of England on various subjects, 68.

-, -, opinion of, on the incapacity of English army for combined action, 73.

-, -, proposal of a six months' truce with France by, 74.

-, -, solemnly promises never to make peace with France without consent of King of England, 74.

-, -, longs to see Prince Charles in Spain, 75.

-, -, projected treaty for invasion of Aquitaine between King Henry VIII. and, 84.

-, -, protest of, against the treaty of the Pope and Cardinal Gurk, excluding Venice from the league, 85.

-, -, neglect by King Henry of the advice of, 86.

-, -, recapitulation of possible injuries from an alliance between Pope and Emperor made by, 89.

-, - conditions on which, would be reconciled with King of France, 90.

-, -, proposals to Henry VIII. for a coalition against France made by, 93.

-, -, does not like to accept money from his son the King of England, 94.

-, -, the truce of a year with France justified by, 98.

-, -, anxiety of, for the purification of the Church, 100.

-, -, King of England entreated to ratify truce with France by, 101.

-, -, necessity for negotiating both with France and Italy urged by, 101, 108, 111.

-, -, suggestions of, as to the course the Emperor should take with regard to France and Italy, 109.

- -, ratification of truce with France by the Emperor earnestly hoped for by, 110.

-, -, credentials for King of France sent by, 118.

-, -, instructions to Quint ana respecting negotiations with King of France from, 118.

-, -, reasons for concluding treaty of peace between Pope, Emperor, and King of France, given by, 122.

-, -, Madame Renée and the Infante Ferdinand to be made Duke aud Duchess of Milan by, 124.

-, -, great professions to the Pope made by, 124.

-, -, things that may be done during truce with France pointed out to King of England by, 128.

-, -, satisfaction in the happiness of Queen Katharine expressed by, 131.

-, -, great complaints of being forsaken by his allies made by, 133.

-, -, impoverishment by continual wars of the revenues of, 133, 166, 175, 177.

-, -, Caroz concluded treaty with King of England in the name of, 133.

-, -, treaty considered as merely a demonstration, and cannot be ratified by, 134.

-, -, disapproval of ambassador's conduct expressed by, 135.

-, -, necessity for intimate union of England and Spain urged by, 136.

-, -, message to Madame Margaret concerning truce with France and the invasion of Guienne, sent by, 136.

-, -, pensions to those who have been of service at court of Prince Charles, sent by, 139.

-, -, boast of devotedness to the Pope made by, 139.

-, -, alliance with Venetians and Florentines desired by, 140.

-, -, offer of France for an alliance rejected by, 140.

-, -, possible scruples of Venetians to enter league against France provided for by, 140,

-, -, the proposals of King and Queen of France excites indignation of, 142.

-, -, a confessor to be sent to Queen of England by, 143.

-, -, news of La Trémouille's defeat at Novara sent to, 144.

-, -, invasion of Burgundy urged by, 145.

-, -, French ambassadors not received by, 146.

-, -, proposal to invade France by way of Savoy made by, 147.

-, -, all negotiations with France broken off by, 148.

-, -, money sent for the Pope by, 149.

-, -, disposition of Italian duchies, when conquered, promised by, 149.

-, -, instructions as to what ambassadors are to say to the King of England on French and English affairs, from, 150.

-, -, instructions as to what is to be said to Emperor and Madame Margaret on the part of, 153.

-, -, destructive war on Venice determined on by, 154.

-, -, hopes, "wilh the help of God," for success in the enterprise against Venice, 154.

-, -, league to be immediately concluded against Venice proposed by, 154.

-, -, vow to be made by Maximilian and, 155.

-, -, good will towards the Pope and all the Medicis expressed by, 156.

-, -, projects for marriage of Giuliano de Medicis spoken of by, 156.

-, -, alliance against France proposed to the Pope by, 158.

-, -, plan "to induce God" to give victory to the allies suggested by, 158.

-, -, approval of conduct of affairs by Cardinal Gurk expressed by, 159.

-, -, answers to inquiries on various matters by Cardinal Gurk given by, 160.

-, -, projects for the revival of the Empire of the East entertained by, 160, 264.

-, -, bull of excommunication desired by, 161.

-, -, answer to proposals made by Queen of France sent by, 164.

-, -, proposed marriage of the Infante and Madame Renée approved by, 165.

-, -, Maximilian upbraided for his thanklessness and suspicions by, 166.

-, -, treaty either with France or England proposed to Maximilian by, 168.

-, -, underhand designs against Duke Maximilian Sforza planned by, 170.

-, -, league in case Venetians do not make peace with Emperor Maximilian proposed by, 171.

-, -, secret news of Maximilian's opinions desired by, 171.

-, -, secret communication to the Pope from, 173.

-, -, alterations in the treaty between Maximilian, King of France, and Spain desired by, 175, 176, 177.

-, -, Pedro de Urea entrusted to enlist Germans by, 181.

-, -, recapitulation of his opinion on Italian affairs by, 183.

-, -, four points must be arranged by ambassadors in Italy for, 184, 187.

-, -, preservation of peace with the Swiss earnestly insisted on by, 184, 187.

-, -, secret communication to be made to Maximilian concerning French proposals of peace by the ambassador of, 188.

-, -, advantages to be gained by acceding to offers of France set forth by, 189, 197, 200.

-, -, answer to be given to Queen of France by Quintana, from, 191.

-, -, credentials for Queen of France sent by, 191.

-, -, condition on which a treaty with France will be concluded by, 191.

-, -, his benefits conferred on Spain spoken of by, 192.

-, -, nuncio from the Pope sent to, 193.

-, -, doubts of the sincerity of Louis XII. expressed by, 194.

-, -, determination to accept overtures of King of France made by, 199.

-, -, instructions to Quintana concerning projected marriage of King of France with Madame Eleanor sent by, 202.

-, -, difference of age in marriages of great Kings counted as unimportant by, 205.

-, -, compliments and thanks for services sent to Madame Margaret by, 211.

-, -, instructions to his ambassador to urge on King of France to speedy conclusion of peace given by, 212.

-, -, truce concluded with the Emperor, England, France, and Scotland, by, 214.

-, -, alterations in the treaty of Lille made by, 215.

-, -, opinions of, on instructions with regard to the peace treaty, sent to his English ambassador by, 216, 217, 218.

-, -, anxiety that Maximilian should ratify treaty of peace with France expressed by, 219, 221, 227.

-, -, regret that the Pope refuses canonical honours to the inquisitors at this precise time, felt by, 224.

-, -, news of King of England and others much desired by, 225.

-, -, Maximilian is advised to write a courteous letter to the Swiss by, 228.

-, -, instructions to his envoys of what they are to say to the King of France from, 234.

-, -, report of marriage of King of France with sister of King of England disbelieved by, 235.

-, -, recapitulation to Urea of what has been said and done in French, English, and Italian affairs, by, 237 to 240.

-, -, proposed marriage of Prince Charles and daughter of King of Hungary approved by, 239.

-, -, advises Maximilian to make peace with Venice, 241.

-, -, King of England should be watched by, 249.

-, -, message of thanks to Maximilian and Madame Margaret from, 250.

-, -, consent to marriage of Dona Teresa Cardona with Lorenzo de Medicis given by, 251.

-, -, promises never to make peace with France without consent of the Pope, 251.

-, -, directs his ambassador to revive the courage of the Pope, 255.

-, -, is persuaded that "His Divine Majesty" will give the Pope and him victory over the French, 258.

-, -, enthusiastic protestations in favour of the Pope by, 258.

-, -, advice, wishes, and opinions expressed by, 261.

-, -, hopes soon to conclude new alliance with King of England, 261.

-, -, laments the victory gained by French in Milan, 267.

-, -, good effect produced on King Henry by presents sent by, 272.

-, -, the Pope's double dealing noticed by, 275.

-, -, oath to fulfil treaty of October with King of England, made by, 275.

-, -, orders the treaty with England to be proclaimed in Tripoli, 276.

-, -, memoir of the last acts and intentions of, 277, 281.

-, -, the peace of Christendom and war with the infidels always the main object of, 277.

-, -, date of death of, 281.

-, -, letters and despatches of, to :

1502, Sep. 1, the Duke de Estrada, i. 286, 289.

1503, Aug. 23, F. de Rojas, 309.

1503, Sep. 23, the Duke de Estrada, 313.

1503, Sep. 24, Henry VII., 316.

1504, Nov. 24, do., 338.

1504, Nov. 26, do., 339.

1505, June 22, De Puebla, 354, 354, 377.

1506, June 29, Luis Ferrer, 389.

1506, June or July, De Puebla, 390.

1506, July 1, G. R. de Figueroa, 391.

1507, Mar. 15, Henry VII., 403.

1507, Mar. 15, Princess of Wales, 404, 405.

1507, May 19, De Puebla, 415, 416.

1507, June 8 (?), do., 417.

1507, June 8 (?), Princess of Wales, 417.

1507, July 20, De Puebla, 420, 421.

1507, Nov. 20, Princess of Wales, 441.

1507, Nov. 20 (?), Henry VII., 441.

1508, Jan. (?), Princess of Wales, 451.

1508, Jan. (?), De Puebla, 452.

1508, July (?), Gomez de Fuensalida, 457.

1508, Aug. 7, do., 461.

1508, Aug. 7, Henry VII., 464.

1508, Aug. 7, Francesco Grimaldi, 465.

1509, —, who goes ambassador to England, ii. 1.

1509, May 11 (?), Gutier Gomez de Fuensalida, Knight Commander of Membrilla, 7.

1509, May 11, the King of England, 9.

1509, May 11 (?), Princess Katharine, 10.

1509, May 11 (?), Membrilla, 12.

1509, May 12, do., 12.

1509, May 14, do., 13.

1509, May 14, Princess Katharine, 14.

1509, May 18 (?), Membrilla, 15.

1509, May 18 (?), Princess Katharine, 18.

1509, Sept. 13 (?), Henry VIII., 21.

1509, Sept. 13 (?) Katharine, Queen of England, 21.

1509, Nov. 18 (?), do., 25.

1509, Nov. 28 (?), do., 29.

1509, Nov. 28 (?), confessor of Queen Katharine, 30.

1509, Dec. 3, Queen of England, 31.

1509, no date, Ramon de Cardona, 46.

1509, June (?), Hieronymo de Vich, 46.

1509, June (?) Luis Caroz, 48, 48.

1511, no date, do., 59.

1512, Jan. 3, Henry VIII., 61.

1512, Oct. (?), Martin de Muxica, envoy extraordinary to Henry VIII., 64.

1512, Oct. (?), Luis Caroz, 64.

1512, Oct. (?) Juan de Lanuza, 71.

1513, Jan. 11 (?), Pedro de Urea, ambassador at the Imperial court, 85.

1513, no date, Count Cariati, ambassador in Venice, 88.

1513, no date, Ramon de Cardona, 89.

1513, Feb. (?), Luis Caroz, 93.

1513, Feb. (?) the Knight-Commander Brizeño, 97.

1513, March 6, Ramon de Cardona, 97.

1513, March 6, (?), Luis Caroz, 98.

1513, March 6, (?) Hieronymo de Cabanillas, ambassador in France, 103.

1513, April, Luis Caroz, 105.

1513, April, Ramon de Cardona, 107.

1513, April (?) Pedro de Urea, 109.

1513, April, Ramon de Cardona, 114.

1513, April (?), Hieronymo de Vich, 116.

1513, May 21 (?), Pedro de Quintana, 118.

1513, May 21, Hieronymo de Vich, 122.

1513, May 23, Gabriel de Orti, envoy to Kings of France and England, 125.

1513, May 27, Pedro de Quintana, 126.

1513, June (?), Muxica, 127.

1513, June (?) ambassadors of King of England, 127.

1513, June 2, Hieronymo de Vich, 130.

1513, June 2 (?), —, 131.

1513, June 16, Luis Caroz, 131.

1513, June 16, Queen Katharine, 131.

1513, June 18 (?), his envoy (probably Pedro de Lanuza), 132.

1513, June 18 (?) Juan de Lanuza, ambassador in Flanders, 136.

1513, June 18 (?) Hieronymo de Vich, and — ambassadors at Rome, 139.

1513, July (?), Hieronymo de Vich, 142.

1513, July (?) Diego de Quiros, envoy to England, 143.

1513, July (?) Ramon de Cardona. 144.

1513, July 8 (?), Luis Caroz, 145.

1513, Aug. or Sep. (?), Luis Caroz, 147.

1513, Sep. (?), Ramon de Cardona, 148, 149.

1513, Sep. 7 (?), ambassadors and Gabriel Orti, chaplain, 150, 153.

1513, Sep. 7 (?), Cardinal of Sorrento, de Vich, Christoval de Brizeño, 153.

1513, " and Anton Seron, 156.

1513, Sep. 22, Armengol, envoy, 159.

1513, Sep. 22. (?) Hieronymo de Vich, 161.

1513, Oct. 23, Monsieur de Borne, 164.

1513, Nov. (?), Pedro de Urea, 166.

1513, Nov. (?) Brizeño, 171.

1513, Dec. (?), Hieronymo de Vich, 173.

1513, Dec. 6 (?), Luis Caroz, 174.

1513, Dec. 6 (?) Pedro de Urea, 179.

1513, Dec. 6 (?) Luis Caroz, 181.

1513, Dec. 6 (?) Pedro de Urea, 181, 183.

1513, Dec. 6 (?) Juan de Lanuza, 185.

1513, Dec. 23 (?), Pedro de Quintana, ambassador in France, 188, 191.

1514, Jan. 1, do. 192.

1514, Jan. 1 (?) 193.

1514, Jan. 1 (?) Christoval Brizeño, his ambassador in Rome, 194.

1514, Jan. 1 (?) Juan de Lanuza, 195.

1514, Jan. 22, Pedro de Quintana, 200.

1514, March (?), do., 201.

1514, March 9 (?), Juan de Lanuza, 203.

1514, March 9 (?), Margaret of Austria, 211.

1514, March 9 (?) Pedro de Quintana, 212.

1514, April (?), Ramiro Nuñez de Guzman, ambassador in Genoa, 214.

1514, April (?), Juan de Lanuza, 214.

1514, April (?), Luis Caroz, 215.

1514, April (?), Pedro de Urea, 218.

1514, April (?), Diego de Aguila, ambassador in Milan, 223.

1514, May, Fray Alonzo Lozano, 224.

1514, July (?), Fray Francisco Ximenes, Cardinal of Spain, 224.

1514, July (?), Luis Caroz, 225.

1514, July 24, Bernardo de Mesa, Bishop of Tripoli, 226.

1514, July or Aug., Pedro de Urea, 227.

1514, Aug. (?), Brizeño, 229.

1514, Aug. 12 (?), Bishop of Tripoli and Gabriel Orti, 234.

1514, Oct. (?), Pedro de Urea, 237.

1514, Oct. (?), Juan de Lanuza, 240.

1514, Dec. (?), do., 250.

1515, Jan. (?) Hieronymo de Vich, 251, 254.

1515, Sept. 14, do., 257.

1515, Sept. 14 (?), Diego de Aguila, 258, 260.

1515, Oct. (?), Pedro de Urea, 267.

1515, Oct. (?), Ramon de Cardona, 267.

1515, Nov., Hieronymo de Vich, 275.

1515, Dec., Governor of the town of Tripoli, 276.

-, -, letters to, i. 353, 366, 368, 370, 371, 374, 375, 376, 377, 386, 397, 402, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 413, 414, 419, 420, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426, 428, 432, 433, 437, 469, 471.

-, -, -, ii. 20 (2), 23, 24, 33, 37, 39, 44, 52, 75, 255, 270, 271, 272, 273.

-, -, commissions, powers, &c., from, ii. 13, 36, 56, 59, 63, 105, 111, 116, 162, 179, 203, 208, 222, 223, 236, 252, 254, 255, 268, 270, 276.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :

1509, Dec. 12, Maximilian, Emperor elect, ii. 31.

1510, May 24, Henry VIII., King of England, 36, 39.

1510, Aug. 14, do., and Prince Charles, 52.

1511, Oct. 4, Pope Julius II. and Doge Loredano (the Holy League), 54.

1511, Nov. 11, Henry VIII., 56.

1512, Nov. 19 (?), the Pope, Henry VIII., Maximilian, and Duke of Milan, 79.

1513, April 1, Maximilian, Henry VIII., Charles of Spain, Louis XII. of France, and James IV. of Scotland, 104.

1513, April 5, the Pope, Emperor, and Henry VIII., 112.

1513, April 12, Henry VIII., 115.

1513, Oct. 17, Maximilian, Henry VIII., and Prince Charles, 162.

1513, Dec. (?), Maximilian and Henry VIII., 179.

1514, March 13, Maximilian, Henry VIII., Prince Charles, Louis XII., and James V. of Scotland, 207.

1514, April (?), Maximilian and Kings of England, France, and Scotland, 214.

1514, May 4, Pope Leo X. and Maximilian, 223.

1514, Sept. 21, the Pope, 236.

1515, Feb. 12, Pope Leo. X., Maximilian, Duke of Milan, the Medicis, and others, 252.

1515, no date, King Henry VIII., 256.

1515, Sept. (?), the Pope, Maximilian, Henry VIII., Duke of Milan, republic of Florence, and Swiss confederacy, 262.

1515, Oct. 19, Henry VIII., 268.

-, -, ratification of treaties by, 33, 54, 61, 181.

-, -, places whence are dated the letters of :

Burgos, 61, 63.

Madrid, 224.

Medina del Campo, 98, 227.

Plazencia, 276.

Valladolid, 1, 10, 13, 131, 132, 161.

Ferdinand, son of Alfonse, King of Naples, jewels sold to Henry VII. by, i. 408.

-, the Duke, see Estrada.

Ferdinandus, Gundisalvus, son of Puebla, ii. 20.

Fernandez, Friar Diego, confessor to Queen Katharine, ii. 248.

-, island of, named by Christopher Columbus, i. 43.

-, Spanish ambassador to Scotland, 91.

Fernando, Duke, ii. 530.

Ferrara, Pope Leo desires to have, ii. 329.

-, offered to the Pope by King of France, 351, 676.

-, Queen Isabella in, 486.

-, English ambassador goes to, 571.

-, mentioned at 387, 464, 501, 506, 517, 539, 540, 568, 580, 582, 584, 601, 613, 642, 685.

-, Duke of, succoured by Louis XII., 53.

-, -, included by the French in an alliance, 349.

-, -, partisan of the French, 405.

-, -, seizes church property, 409.

-, -, wishes to become member of the league, 477.

-, -, son of, sent on mission to the Pope, 483.

-, -, desires to abandon Francis I., 493.

-, -, negotiates with the Pope, 494.

-, -, anger of the Pope against, 509.

-, -, restorations required by the Pope of, 515.

-, -, invested with the duchy of, 532.

-, -, obnoxious to Clement VII., 609.

-, -, included, with Pope's consent, in treaty of peace, 664.

-, -, promises made to the Pope by, 677, 681.

-, -, will "weep one day over the treaty" with Francis I., 700.

-, -, again supplies King of France with money, 708.

-, -, included in treaties, 35, 292.

-, -, mentioned at 316, 326, 429, 484, 507, 516, 519, 523, 589, 590, 622, 671, 699.

-, Bishop of, 339.

Ferrer, Louis, what shall be said to the King of Castile by, i. 389.

-, Bartholomy, ii. 437.

-, the Licentiate, 437.

Ferrero, Bonifacio, Bishop of Ivrea, Cardinal of St. Nero and St. Achilles, see Ivrea, ii. 593.

Fidei Defensor, Henry VIII. in his quality of, ii. 555.

Fiennes, town of, ii. 231.

-, Seigneur de, 630.

Fiesco, Cardinal Nicolaus Fliscus, ii. 385.

-, -, -, in conclave, 388, 390, 391, 392, 592, 594.

-, -, -, see also 538, 594.

Figueras, ii. 226.

Figueroa, Gonzalo Ruiz de, Spanish ambassador at Venice, i. 391.

-, -, -, ii. 570.

-, Archdeacon of, 581.

Fish, quantity of, in Scotland, i. 172.

Fisheries, in Scotland, rent in kind from, i. 171.

Fisherman, under the seal of the, i. 70.

-, treaty sealed with the Ring of the, ii. 266.

Finale, Cardinal of, Archbishop of Tours, the go-between of Pope Julius and King of France, ii. 100.

-, Marquis of, 597.

Flanders, ambassadors in England from, i. 15.

-, aid given to Perkin Warbeck by, 59.

-, improbability of the troops in the employment of Perkin Warbeck returning to, 59.

-, report respecting Perkin Warbeck when staying in, 62.

-, the Duchess Margaret to be sent away from, 74.

-, negotiations to reconcile England with, 75.

-, England prevented from declaring war with, 88.

-, the daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella to be sent to, 89.

-, Spanish despatches sent by way of, 90.

-, estimation in which Henry VII. holds, 103.

-, the wish of Henry VII. respecting the arrival of the Archduchess Juana in, 110.

-, sums spent by Ferdinand and Isabella in, 111.

-, the Infanta Doña Juana on the way to, 119.

-, the Archduchess (Juana) sails for, 124.

-, letters to be sent to England from, 136.

-, date of Spanish fleet sailing for, 137.

-, Londoño and the Sub-Prior to be sent to, 150.

-, English subjects treated badly in, 161.

-, negotiations respecting English commerce in, 163.

-, succour given by Scotland to, 175.

-, Londoño and Sub-Prior leave England for, 180.

-, the Sub-Prior not wanted in, 182.

-, oath of the Archduke as Count of Artois and, 183.

-, English negotiations with, 189, 196.

-, bad pay of Spanish servants in, 200.

-, living dear in, 202.

-, Pedro de Ayala in, 236.

-, De Puebla sends for certain papers to, 248.

-, treatment of the Spanish servants in, 251, 255.

-, Spanish and English treaty of alliance to be published in, 252.

-, invitations sent by Henry VII. to, 254.

-, the Princess of Wales to sail in fleet returning to Spain from, 297.

-, English treaty with, 336.

-, corn sent to Spain from, 345.

-, vessels laden with wheat expected in Spain from, 348.

-, Florentine merchants in, 369.

-, detention of Spanish vessels in, 370.

-, message sent by Ferdinand to, 392.

-, the President of, 395.

-, the friendship of Henry VII. cooled towards, 396.

- and Gueldres, affairs of, 395, 398.

-, Henry VII. not obliged to aid, 400.

-, ambassador sent to England by the Estates of, 426.

-, complaints against France made by the ambassador from, 430.

-, bond of certain noblemen and towns of, 451, 455.

-, peace to be desired by, 454.

-, no intention of France to invade, 456.

-, security given to Henry VII. by certain towns in, 461.

-, jealousy in Spain of English negotiations with, 464.

-, the Count of, Toison d'Or sent to Henry VII. by, 401.

-, inquisition in, ii. 281.

-, its safety must be secured during the absence of the Emperor, 409.

-, tidings sent by Adorno from, 499.

-, war to be carried on in, 528.

-, Imperial army in, 535.

-, forces to be sent from, to join Imperial army, 556.

-, news of the English army in letters from, 651, 652.

-, troops enlisted for King of England in, 670.

-, mentioned also at, 430, 472, 482, 488, 502, 547, 559, 588, 605, 626, 672.

Fleece, Golden, order of the, ii. 591.

Flemings, the, the Spanish ambassadors not supplied with food by, i. 182.

-, treatment of the Archduchess (Juana) by, 200, 268.

-, to freight ships in Andalusia forbidden to, 267.

-, avarice of, ii. 281.

-, their opinion of Prince Charles, 281.

- Commissioners, sums given by France to, i. 184.

- ambassadors in England, 187.

- negotiations, 189.

- rebels, 336.

Fleurange, Monsieur de, routed at the Bicocca, ii. 429.

Fliscus, Nicolaus, see Fiesco.

Florence, surrender to the King of France of, i. 217.

-, the King of France prepares troops at, 286.

-, must be succoured against the French, ii. 393.

- negotiates with King of France, 425.

-, fine to be paid by, for negotiating with France, 436.

-, payments to be paid for war expenses by, 463, 467.

-, money must be obtained by Sessa from, 558.

-, to be included in defensive league of Pope, Emperor, England, &c., 568.

-, poor, but willing to do its utmost against France, 597, 605.

-, its good intentions to be recognized, 642.

-, to share in payment of pension due to Henry VIII., 657.

-, letter dated from, 345.

-, mentioned at 252, 349, 352, 353, 357, 401, 494, 506, 582, 608, 618, 667, 671, 692, 696.

-, league of, included in treaties, ii. 35, 232, 292, 435.

Florentine merchants, report of, i. 369.

- money and soldiers, comparative value of, ii. 436.

Florentines, the, oppose Charles V., and favour Francis I., ii., 407.

-, offers of help to King of France made by, 415.

-, bills of exchange sent by, 469.

- included in treaty, ii. 163.

Flores, the Prothonotary, the legate attended by, i. 31.

-, Diego, banker, ii. 139.

Flushing, Emperor's fleet at, ii. 427.

Foix, Germaine de, marriage to King Ferdinand of, i. 377.

-, the Count de, 419, 420.

-, M. de, marriage of, 435, 452.

-, Odet de, Seigneur de Lautrec, see Lautrec, ii. 93.

-, -, power of King of France given to, 105.

-, -, as ambassador of France, 130.

-, -, 203.

Folleta, Micer Augustin, ii. 306.

-, -, influences Pope Leo, 327.

-, -, at the head of foreign affairs, 595.

-, -, his fidelity, 601, 675.

-, -, possesses bravery, but no power, 707.

-, -, mentioned at 402, 607, 622, 708

Fonseca, i. 16, 81.

-, Antonio de, Spanish ambassador to France, 64.

-, Alphonso de, Spanish commissioner, 264.

Fontraby, in Spain, i. 30.

Foreigners, Scotland improved by, i. 172.

Fores, De, money received from France by, i. 184.

Forse, Anthony de la, i. 130.

-, Bernard de la, letter from Perkin Warbeck to, 130.

Fortified town, one in Scotland, i. 174.

Fox, Richard, Bishop of Winchester, see also Winchester.

Fowler, Robert, ii. 442.

France, mention of, passim.

-, breach of treaties between Spain and, i. 1.

-, affairs of, 8, 133, 151, 167, 208, 337.

-, war justifiable against, 9.

-, English treaty with, 14.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella not satisfied with draft of treaty with, 14.

-, treaty between Spain and England touching, 14.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella's demands respecting, 17.

-, Spain to make war on, 19.

-, Henry VII. concludes a truce with, 22.

-, -, bound by clauses in Spanish treaty respecting, 22.

-, Spain, in certain circumstances, may make peace with, 22.

-, Henry VII. to make war against, 26, 68.

-, -, to aid Brittany against, 27.

-, negotiations with the Scotch by, 27.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella do not object to a truce with, 28.

-, the Duchess of Brittany to be disunited from, 29.

-, peace between England, Spain, and, 31.

-, truce between Spain and, 34, 42.

-, Spain and England, under certain circumstances, may declare war against, 38.

-, Spain and England have power to conclude a truce with, 38.

-, time for commencement of campaign against, 39.

-, articles in Spanish and English treaty respecting war with, 39.

-, Perpignan to be restored to Spain by, 42.

-, war urged by Spain against, 42.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella make peace with, 53.

-, the father of Perkin Warbeck in, 59.

-, England to aid in war against, 60.

-, Henry VII. to declare war against, 61, 82.

-, negotiations between Spain and, 65.

-, threat of invasion of, 65.

-, aggressive war against, 69.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella give reasons for war with, 70.

-, the King of England to invade, 71.

-, Spain and England to invade, 71.

-, negotiations between England and, 74.

-, note respecting the invasion of, 74.

-, Venice and Milan conclude a treaty with, 74.

-, war must be begun by England against, 77.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella do not neglect the war with, 80.

-, Henry VII. to join party against, 82.

-, Henry VII. averse to war with, 84, 163.

-, Venice and Milan at peace with, 84.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella have begun war with, 85.

-, embassy to England from, 88, 208.

-, Henry VII. to be ready to begin war with, 88.

-, -, urged to immediate war with, 92.

-, invasion of, 95.

-, Scotland to be detached from, 96.

-, obedience of Italian States to, 99.

-, Spanish treaty to depend on England's declaring war against, 103.

-, intrigues of, 110.

-, England come to a rupture with, 117.

-, Henry VII. to be induced by certain reasons to make war on, 121.

-, embassy to Spain from, 127.

-, arrival of the Spanish and English ambassadors in, 148.

-, treaties with, 149.

-, ambassadors in England from, 150.

-, the King of the Romans proposes war against, 157.

-, Scotland gives aid to, 175.

-, the King of the Romans to recall his army from, 183.

-, war declared by, 183.

-, the Archduke makes peace with, 184.

-, English embassy to, 187.

-, treaty of Henry VII. with, 187.

-, Spain at peace with, 195.

-, alliance of Spain and England against, 197.

-, ambassadors to England from, 207.

-, invitations sent to, 254.

-, Don Pedro will assist in a war against, 286.

-, Spain and England conjointly to attack, 287.

-, custom respecting daughters in, 301.

-, stipulations in Spanish treaty respecting, 354.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella concluded a truce with, 356.

-, reasons for sending an officer of Henry VII.'s household to, 367.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella send instructions respecting, 389.

-, treaty of peace with Spain by, 390.

-, memoir respecting the affairs of Castile, Aragon, and, 393.

-, memoir respecting the affairs of, 394.

-, the Archduchess Margaret joins England and Spain against, 403.

-, ambassadors of, complaints of the, 430.

-, false reports from, 452, 453.

-, England not inclined to make war on, 456.

- consequences of alliance between Spain and, 467.

-, consequences of an alliance between England and, 468.

-, proposed alliance against, ii. 51.

-, truce concluded by Ferdinand with, 68, 74.

-, Spanish army ready to invade, 69.

-, danger with which Spain is threatened by, 72.

-, the schismatic prelates received in, 80.

-, the pride of, humbled by Ferdinand, 87.

-, threatened with invasion from all sides, 88.

-, treaty between Henry VIII. and Maximilian, for the invasion of, 92.

-, truce concluded by Ferdinand with, 101.

-, treaty concluded by Ferdinand with, 121.

-, reasons given by Ferdinand for concluding truce with, 132, 137.

-, invasion of, by the English, 140, 141, 142.

-, advantages likely to be gained by the enfeeblement of, 153.

-, victory gained by Henry VIII. in, 160.

-, house of, only obstacle to making war on Infidels, 167.

-, treaty between Maximilian, England, and Spain, for invasion of, 179.

-, memoir containing advice as to best method of attacking, 181.

-, ambassador sent from Spain to, 191.

-, advantages of peace with, set forth by Ferdinand, 196.

-, commerce of, not to be molested, 227.

-, the Pope desirous to conclude alliance against, 309.

-, plans of the Pope for carrying on war with, 323.

-, rumour of an alliance between the Swiss and, 347.

- must be invaded by Emperor and King of England, 350.

-, time fixed upon for invasion of, 368.

-, payments made to King Henry by, 371.

-, a truce must be concluded between Emperor and, 378.

-, contests at Papal election between partisans of Emperor and, 386.

-, new Pope not to be allowed to go through, 393.

-, war inevitable between England and, 409.

-, messenger to, intercepted with letters, 413.

-, war with, declared by King of England, 420, 430.

-, Emperor and King of England now enemies of, 422.

- to be attacked on the south by Imperial troops, 425.

- - on the Spanish frontiers, 431, 482, 536, 560.

-, England and Charles V. to make common war on, 434.

-, weak and incapable of defence, 437.

-, Venice bound to declare war against, 447.

-, English fleet sails to attack, 449.

-, invaded by D'Arschot, 451.

-, the Swiss ready to send succour to, 467.

-, Venetians are urged to make war upon, 475, 477.

-, Archbishop Bari on a mission of peace in, 483.

-, the Signory of Venice no longer bound by treaty with, 491.

-, -, must be forced into war against, 495.

-, Francisco de Mendoza escapes from prison in, 498.

-, Andrea Doria in the service of, 503.

-, union necessary to resist, 515.

-, should be vigorously attacked by England in the north, 516.

-, war to be continued, as long as weather permits, on, 519.

-, general invasion of, projected, 535, 559.

-, new Doge partisan of, 549.

-, the war in, neglected by Henry VIII., 552.

-, threats of the Turks an obstacle to the invasion of, 566.

-, communications prohibited between Rome and, 569.

-, Henry VIII. about to invade, 570, 646.

-, invasion of, by the Duke of Bourbon, 576, 627, 641.

-, two armies to invade, 577, 602, 672.

-, its pride must be lowered, 579, 587.

-, Imperial position towards, 588.

-, Pope Adrian will not declare in favour of league against, 596.

-, King Henry's troops retire from, 599.

-, pension received by Pope from, 665.

-, threatened by four armies, 608.

-, unable to resist a double attack, 628.

-, devastation of the troops of, 639.

-, with what troops to be invaded, 640.

- invaded by Bourbon, 648.

-, uncertainty as to immediate invasion of, 655.

-, either peace or truce desired by Emperor with, 659.

-, to be invaded in person by Charles V. and Henry VIII., 671.

-, an invasion advisable by way of Roussillon, 696.

-, treaty concluded by the Pope with, 699, 700.

-, mentioned also at 376, 378, 404, 446, 469, 474, 478, 488, 492, 493, 500, 512, 534, 557, 581, 585, 590, 601, 603, 606, 613, 617, 618, 619, 620, 638, 645, 674.

-, Admiral of, Bonnivet, died at Pavia, 708.

-, mother of the King of (Louise of Savoy), 308, 341.

-, -, Archbishop of Bari received by the, 454.

-, -, is to persuade the King to reasonable conditions, 621.

-, -, suspected of secret negotiations with Wolsey, 622.

-, -, Archbishop of Capua at Lyons with, 688.

-, -, proposed marriage of second son of, 689.

-, Queen of (Anne of Bretagne), intrigues of, i. 394.

-, -, answer sent by Ferdinand to proposals made by the, ii. 164.

-, -, credentials sent by Ferdinand for the, 191.

-, -, answer of Ferdinand to message sent by, 191.

-, -, desires that peace should be concluded, 192.

Francis I., Dauphin of France, marriage of, i. 399.

-, King of France, mention of, passim.

-, -, summons sent by members of Holy League to, ii. 253.

-, -, treaty projected between Pope Leo and, 259.

-, -, terms insisted upon by Pope Leo in proposed treaty with, 265.

-, -, Bishop Tricarico sent on mission from the Pope to, 266.

-, -, articles of treaty between the Pope and others and, 290.

-, -, summary of treaty of Bologna between the Pope and, 294.

-, -, threats of, if not elected Emperor, 295.

-, -, sums for the restoration of Tournay to be paid by, 295.

-, -, Tournay purchased from King of England by, 295.

-, -, Cardinal Wolsey pensioned by, 295.

-, -, talk of an interview between King of England and, 302.

-, -, anxiety for election of a French Pope at next vacancy felt by, 308.

-, -, promises to inform the Pope of all his transactions with King Henry, 310.

-, -, offer of Wolsey to protect his interests not much valued by, 312.

-, -, sends envoy extraordinary to the Pope, 314.

-, -, determination of, to have a Pope of his own making at next election, 317.

-, -, wishes to appropriate all to himself, and so prevent peace, 322.

-, -, desires to go to Italy to have interview with the Pope, 323, 333.

-, -, tithes promised to, 328.

-, -, dangerous illness of, 337.

-, -, fears an alliance between Emperor and Pope
-, makes great offers to the latter, 343.

-, -, injures the English in every possible way, 350.

-, -, sends Count Carpi with credentials to the Pope, 356.

-, -, the Pope declares war against, 356.

-, -, the Pope orders the excommunication of, to be promulgated, 363.

-, -, clause in treaty respecting payment of pension to King Henry by, 370.

-, -, announces his resolution to go to Rome to absolve himself, 372.

-, -, message to the Pope from, 372.

-, -, letters intercepted from, 383.

-, -, distrust expressed by the Emperor of, 395.

-, -, mode of address used towards the Pope by, 400.

-, -, a safe-conduct for French ambassador to Rome desired by, 502.

-, -, prepares to invade Italy, 503.

-, -, the Signory of Venice give no aid to, 504.

-, -, extensive war projects of, 507.

-, -, Pope Adrian desires peace between England and, 508.

-, -, policy of Venice not encouraging to, 512.

-, -, great promises made by Cardinal of Volterra to, 512.

-, -, church preferment given by Pope to partisans of, 513.

-, -, King Henry threatens war on, 514.

-, -, sends his ambassador power to conclude peace with Charles V. and Henry VIII., 520.

-, -, dishonourable conditions proposed by, 523.

-, -, guides his conduct by that of the Pope, 524.

-, -, overtures of peace to be made through the Pope to, 528.

-, -, conditions which may be granted to, 530.

-, -, exhorted to postpone personal quarrels and conclude peace, 533, 534.

-, -, church revenues taxed by, 536.

-, -, cannot promise aid against Turks, 537.

-, -, gives secret power to the "Marshal" to conclude peace, 540.

-, -, payments due to King of England from, 542, 543.

-, -, alliance formed by Emperor and Henry VIII. against, 549.

-, -, desires a truce of two months only, 550.

-, -, makes great offers to Marquis of Mantua, 551.

-, -, terms of treaty against, 555.

-, -, force to be put upon, to compel restoration of property by, 556.

-, -, refuses to conclude peace with Charles V., 559.

-, -, threatened invasion of Italy by, 560.

-, -, money difficulties to be raised for, 566.

-, -, rumours in Rome of warlike preparations of, 570.

-, -, Richard Pace predestined to be the ruin of, 573.

-, -, difficulty of concluding peace with, 574.

-, -, styled the "French King," 575.

-, -, must be chastised as the disturber of Christendom, 578.

-, -, letter written to the college of cardinals by, 582.

-, -, still at Lyons, 586.

-, -, threatens Pope Adrian, 588.

-, -, sends Alberto di Carpi ambassador to Rome, 591, 594.

-, -, declares against the election of Cardinal de Medicis, 593.

-, -, unable to carry his point with the cardinals, 594.

-, -, in opposition to the Pope and peace, 596.

-, -, sends M. de St. Marsau to congratulate Pope Clement VII., 601.

-, -, offers to conclude a general peace, 601.

-, -, protests that he offers peace not from fear but from love of the Pope, 601.

-, -, able to send reinforcements to Italy, 603.

-, -, is to go to Lyons, 606.

-, -, reason for war on Italy by, 610.

-, -, to be rebuked for his cupidity, and shown where true glory exists, 611.

-, -, hatred to King Henry of, 612.

-, -, offers advantageous terms to Clement VII., 613, 676.

-, -, a truce projected between Charles V., Henry VIII., Venice, &c., and, 614.

-, -, proposes alliances with the house of de Medicis, 615.

-, -, affairs of, not prosperous in Rome, 617.

-, -, might have been coerced into peace, 618.

-, -, fair proposals would be accepted by the English from, 620.

-, -, progress of his disease, 621.

-, -, is promised aid from Switzerland, 621.

-, -, enfeebled position of, 626.

-, -, Emperor settles conditions of peace with, 628.

-, -, forsaken by the ill-used Swiss, 640.

-, -, impossible conditions of a truce proposed by, 645.

-, -, depends on his troops and Bozzolo for salvation, 650.

-, -, prepares defences against the English, 651.

-, -, prepares a fleet to go to Italy, 652.

-, -, must bind himself to pay one third of pension due to King Henry, 657.

-, -, freedom for the Prince of Orange demanded by, 657.

-, -, refuses to pay the pension due to Henry VIII., 658.

-, -, at the head of a large army, 660.

-, -, descends the river from Lyons to Provence, 660.

-, -, treaty projected between Henry VIII., Charles V., and, 663.

-, -, hopes to be recognized as master of Italy, 668.

-, -, letter of thanks to Mahomet, King of Tunis, from, 669.

-, -, his account of the successes of his army, 669.

-, -, is forbidden by the Pope to invade Italy, 672.

-, -, at Turin, 673.

-, -, difficulties of position in Italy of, 677.

-, -, in great need of money, 678.

-, -, demands and is refused free passage for his troops through Papal States, 681, 683.

-, -, is admonished by the Pope, 688.

-, -, orders the Duke of Albany to march through Papal States to Naples, 688.

-, -, treaty with, signed by the Pope, 690.

-, -, perplexity of the position of, 694.

-, -, recalls the Duke of Albany, 694.

-, -, challenges the Marquis of Pescara to battle, 695, 696.

-, -, proposals of peace made to the Emperor by, 695.

-, -, demands the surrender of Pavia before consenting to a truce, 697, 703.

-, -, is reconciled with the Pope, 699.

-, -, obstinately adheres to his position before Pavia, 701.

-, -, possessed of soldiers who "think it a distinction to flee," 701.

-, -, the Pope proposes that Milan should be delivered to him by, 706.

-, -, alternative to which he is reduced, 707.

-, -, is made prisoner at Pavia, 708.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :

The Pope, Maximilian, King of Spain, and Henry VIII., King of England, Oct. 2, 1518, 290.

Antoniotto Adorno, Doge of Genoa, Nov. 10, 1524, 678.

Clement VII. and Venice, Dec. 12, 1524, 684.

Francisco to be created knight of Santiago, ii. 552.

-, Friar, 455.

-, San, confessor of the order of, sent to Queen Katharine, 6.

Francesco, valet de chambre and favourite of Pope Adrian, ii. 494, 574.

-, to have church preferment, 547.

François, Duke of Valois and Count of Angoulême, ii. 207.

Frankfort, treaty concluded between the King of France and the King of the Romans at, i. 25.

Frauemberg, Sigismund, Seigneur de Chaulx, ambassador from Maximilian to Henry VII., i. 402.

Fregosi, the, expelled from Genoa, ii. 141, 336.

-, have means of escape from Genoa, 429.

-, means adopted to prevent restoration at Genoa of, 683.

Fregoso, Archbishop, ii. 650.

French, the, perpetual peace with England proposed by, i. 28.

- intrigue to be opposed in Brittany, 30.

- promises, 61.

-, wish in Spain to excite the English against, 80.

-, machinations of, 88.

- embassy to Henry VII., 91.

-, entry into Spain of, 319.

-, Tilmote taken by, 440.

-, endeavour to sow dissension between England and Scotland, ii. 28.

- plan to depose the Pope, 47.

-, designs of, 50.

- offer a truce to Ferdinand, 68.

-, denounced as authors of the schismatic council, 80.

-, danger apprehended if Milan be conquered by, 90.

-, Louis XII. styled King of the, 113.

-, Milan and Genoa conquered by, 140.

-, under La Trémouille, defeated in Italy by the Swiss, 145.

-, flight of, at Tournay, 162.

- subjects in Spain receive same treatment as Spanish, 226.

-, the Alps crossed by, 258.

- troops to be furnished to Lorenzo de Medicis, 260.

-, victory over the Swiss at Marignan by, 267.

-, Duke of Gueldres favoured by, 282.

-, not liked in Italy, 302.

-, intrigues of, 308, 316.

-, promise made to the Cardinal of England by, 310.

-, ambassadors have secret audience of the Pope, 310.

-, propose conquest of Naples, 324.

- intrigue with "dreadful" energy in Rome, 333.

-, desire of the Pope to drive the, out of Italy, 335.

-, unsuccessful attack upon Reggio by, 355.

-, retreat to Parma, 357.

-, Doge of Venice partisan of, 359.

-, Wolsey said to be in the pay of, 360.

-, dissatisfaction of, with King of England, 361.

- to be injured as much as possible by England and the Emperor, 368.

- use all means to induce the Pope to conclude peace, 372.

-, Venetians partisans of, 380.

-, reports of, concerning Scotland, 383.

- party in Rome threaten a schism, 384.

- injure the Papal States, 393.

-, declare the necessity for electing another Pope, 394.

-, Alessandria lost by, 400.

- cardinals, ill-behaviour of, 401.

-, bribed and aided by the Venetians, 404, 406.

-, Spanish vessels captured by, 408.

- forsaken by the Swiss, 409.

-, grant a safe-conduct to Archbishop Bari, 414.

-, reports spread in Rome concerning relations of France and England by, 415.

- and Swiss defeated at the battle of the Bicocca, 417.

-, defeated by Imperialists, 419.

-, dissatisfaction of the Swiss with, 422.

-, rumours concerning the Turks spread by, 424.

-, manœuvres of, 425.

-, driven out of Italy, 429, 433.

-, threatened by the Emperor, 431.

- ambassadors receive dismissal from England, 432.

-, Cardinal de Medicis partisan of, 437.

-, Francis I. styled King of, note upon that title, 438, 449.

-, German soldiers employed by, 440.

- provinces to be conquered by Henry VIII., 401.

- fleet to be swept from the seas by the English, 450.

-, rout of, 455.

-, send spies to Perpignan, 461.

- vessels destroyed by the English, 466.

-, the Venetians urged to declare war against, 477.

-, means to be taken to prevent help to, 480.

-, "dead of fear," 482.

-, plan for weakening the forces of, 488.

-, the Signory at liberty to aid the, 493.

-, vessels captured by, 507.

- desire to take prisoner Juan Manuel, 509.

-, preposterous offers made to the Pope by, 512.

-, must be forestalled in invasion of Italy, 516.

-, Pallavicini executed by the, 521.

- threaten to raise a revolution in Milan, 527.

- offers of peace, 535.

- secretary in Rome, plots of the, 539.

- lose hope, 547.

- dissatisfied with the Venetians, 548.

- fear the English navy, 554.

-, a stop to be put to farther invasion of Italy by, 560.

- not favoured in the Pregai, 571.

-, Thérouanne provisioned by, 577.

- invasion of Italy must be averted, 579.

- show no desire to accept peace, 580.

-, confidence of, 584.

- news, 585.

- routed under La Trémouille, 588.

- oppose the election of de Medicis, 589.

- cardinals arrive for the conclave, 590.

- retired from Milan, 597.

- opinion of Duke of Bourbon, 603.

- hostile to their King, 611.

- to be driven from Italy, 641.

- driven out of Italy, 643.

- carry on secret negotiations with Wolsey, 644, 648.

- discouraged, but boast and threaten, 650.

- fleet at Marseilles, 651.

-, Genoa in danger from the, 653, 669.

- to be attacked by way of Perpignan, 654.

- army cross the Rhone, 662.

- fleet mistress of the seas, 667.

- succoured by the Swiss, 668.

-, stratagem of, to delay conclusion of truce, 671.

- reject proposals of peace, 672.

- held in fear by the Pope, 673, 674, 675.

- lose credit in Italy, 676.

- camp, truce concluded in, 678.

- defeated at Melzi, 681.

-, means adopted to prevent conquest of Genoa by, 683.

- not so powerful as represented, 690.

- in arms day and night before Pavia, 696.

- troops sent to alarm the Pope, 699.

- apt to take flight, 701.

- intercept money bearers from the Emperor, 705.

- army annihilated, 708.

-, see also at 369, 374, 375, 376, 379, 385, 403, 421, 427, 430, 467, 478, 479, 510, 558, 569, 587, 646.

- ambassadors ungraciously received by Henry VII., i. 94.

- - leave Tortosa, 106.

- - to conclude peace with England, 163.

- -, inquiries made by Puebla respecting, 331.

- - dismissed from England, ii. 432.

- - cannot go to Spain without a safe-conduct, 462.

- - invited to meet Pope Adrian at Nice, 465.

- - has frequent audience of the Pope, 524.

- -, negotiations to be begun by, 575.

- -, Alberto di Carpi dangerous as, 595.

- -, difficulties raised by certain demands of, 666.

-, King of the, Francis styled, 438, 449, 575.

- habits and language cultivated in Scotland, i. 174.

- marriage not advantageous to England, 124.

- merchants, duties paid by, 144.

- pirates, cruelty of, 141.

- ports, captains from Spanish ports to trade with, 119.

- vessels, 106.

- - captured in the harbour of Winchelsea, 308.

Friar Juan, nephew of Arocas, i. 142.

-, the, of the mother of the King of France, proposals brought to the Pope by, ii. 428.

Friars, Franciscan Observant, i. 412.

-, Observant, confessors to the King of Scots, 169.

-, -, of St. Francisco, Provincial of the, taken prisoner in France, ii. 98.

- mendicant, to serve as soldiers, 544.

Frias, the Licentiate, sent by Ferdinand to the King of Naples, i. 101.

Friburg, the King of the Romans at, i. 184.

-, letter from Fuensalida to Ferdinand dated from, 194.

-, ii. 621.

Friuli, ii. 238.

Fruit in Scotland, i. 172.

Frunsberg, George, at Pandino, ii. 692.

Fuensalida, Gutier Gomez de, ambassador of Spain, i. 157.

-, -, conversation between the King of the Romans and, 193.

-, -, (note respecting), 234.

-, -, letters from, 193, 235.

-, -, the meeting between Henry VII. and the Archduke suspected by, 235.

-, -, arrival in London of, 236.

-, -, De Puebla to give credence to, 291.

-, -, Knight Commander of Membrilla, Spanish ambassador in England, ii. 1.

-, -, Henry VII. thinks truth has not been told in the despatches of, 3.

-, -, reasons to be given to Henry VII. for the recall of, 4.

-, -, certain documents to be delivered up to new ambassador by, 6.

-, -, directions from Ferdinand as to conduct to be pursued, in affair of the marriage of Princess Katharine, by, 8.

-, -, note on probable date of dispatch sent to, 9.

-, -, power of Queen Juana to ratify, in her name, treaties of marriage, given to, 10.

-, -, is to promise that repayment of Princess Katharine's dower will never be demanded by Queen Juana, 10.

-, -, exhortations from Ferdinand on the importance of the marriage business of Princess Katharine, made to, 12.

-, -, is nominated ambassador at the court of the new King of England (Henry VIII.), 13.

-, -, authorized by Ferdinand to ratify existing treaties between England and Spain, 13.

-, -, instructions from Ferdinand as to what is to be said and done about the marriage and dower (of Princess Katharine) to, 15.

-, -, complaints from Queen Katharine of intrigues of, 21.

-, -, letters to, i. 457, 461.

-, -, ii. 7, 10, 11, 12, (2), 13, 15.

Fuentarabia, i. 88, 89, 106, 130, 192, 287, 331.

-, ii. 93, 454, 535, 540, 542.

-, victory of Imperialists at, 619, 621, 648.

Fugger, the house of, money to be sent through, ii. 328.

Fuggers, ii. 380.

Fuerstenberg, Felix, Count, ii. 582.

Fulham, house at, i. 401.



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