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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 769-782. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93708 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Hackney horse, ceremony of presenting to the Pope the, ii. 309, 311, 356, 486.

Hainault, forces to be sent from, ii. 556.

Hamache, Thomas, pension paid by Charles V. to, ii. 586.

Ham, ii. 234.

Hamburg, Diet convoked at, ii. 574.

Hampton, letter dated from, i. 212.

Hanibal, Thomas, letter to Duke of Bourbon from, ii. 599.

Haneton, Philip, treasurer of the Order of the Golden Fleece, ii. 299.

Hannart, Viscount, ii. 432.

Hannibal, Count, ii. 453.

Hanse Towns, ii. 664.

- -, German, included in treaties, 35, 114, 116, 232, 292.

Haro, a town of Logroña, 193, 235.

-, the Knight Commander of, i. 183.

-, Fuensalida, Knight Commander of, letter to Ferdinand and Isabella from, 193.

-, -, ambassador to England, 222.

-, -, instructions of Ferdinand and Isabella to, 234.

-, -, letters received in Spain from, 243.

-, -, instructions sent to Puebla through, 244.

-, -, complaints from Puebla of, 248.

-, -, conduct of, 250.

-, -, hasty communications of, 252.

-, -, Puebla to receive instructions from, 291.

-, -, at Malines, 374.

-, -, a partisan of France, 456.

-, -, money taken to England by, ii. 18.

Harrington, Lord, i. 233.

Henry VII., King of England, mentioned made of, and allusions to, passim, vol. i.

-, -, redress demanded for the detention of an English vessel in a Spanish port, by, i. 4.

-, -, De Puebla and Sepulveda have an audience of, 6.

-, -, the Spanish ambassadors have a second audience of, 10.

-, -, ambassadors to conclude treaty may be sent to Spain by, 14.

-, -, Sepulveda gives an account of his reception by, 15.

-, -, proposals made to the Duke of Brittany by, 15.

-, -, Puebla converses respecting Brittany with, 16.

-, -, when peace may be made with France by, 17.

-, -, confirmation of his promises and oaths to Ferdinand and Isabella to be given in writing by, 17.

-, -, what is given up for the sake of Spain by, 19.

-, -, pledges of, 23.

-, -, demands respecting the Princess Katharine made by, 27.

-, -, meeting between the King of the Romans and, 28.

-, -, French view of the value of the Spanish alliance to, 28.

-, -, Queen Isabella desires Puebla to convey the information she sends him to, 36.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella's wishes respecting treaty with, 37.

-, -, Pope Innocent VIII. seeks permission to levy a tenth in England of, 40.

-, -, wish expressed by, 42.

-, -, request to annul an arrest made by Ferdinand and Isabella, to, 51.

-, -, aid asked for the Pope from, 52.

-, -, burdens on Spanish merchants should be removed by, 52.

-, -, non-existence of former treaties admitted by, 54.

-, -, offer of reconciliation with the King of the Romans made to, 54, 57, 61.

-, -, Puebla's negotiations with, 58.

-, -, no trading with the Flemings allowed by, 59.

-, -, obligation incurred by, 60.

-, -, answers sent by Ferdinand and Isabella to several inquiries of, 61.

- -, information respecting the league given to, 62.

-, -, advice respecting the King of France sent to, 62.

-, -, French alliance entered into by, 63.

-, -, Spanish memoir respecting negotiations with France sent to, 65.

-, -, observations respecting the league given for the benefit of, 67.

-, -, method to be pursued to ensure the entrance into the league of, 68.

-, -, Puebla directed to obtain all set down in Ferdinand and Isabella's letter from, 69.

-, -, the shortest way of concluding the Spanish alliance with, 70.

-, -, reconciliation with the King of the Romans to be insisted on with, 70.

-, -, deeds in favour of the Pope expected from, 70.

-, -, answer respecting Spanish merchants of, 71.

-, -, goodwill towards Spain of, 72.

-, -, conduct of the King of the Romans explained to, 73.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella will, in the case of Perkin Warbeck, aid, 73.

-, -, entering the league advantageous to, 73.

-, -, the offer of Ferdinand and Isabella not to be communicated to, 73.

-, -, alliances to be concluded by, 74.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella's wishes respecting the policy of, 74.

-, -, clause in treaty hurtful to, 81.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella direct Puebla's conduct towards, 82.

-, -, delay in the Spanish negotiations with, 84.

-, -, complaints, wishes, and promises of, 85.

-, -, endeavour to reconcile the King of Scotland with, 87.

-, -, the Pope sends a brief to, 87, 88.

-, -, entrance into the league of, 89, 92.

-, -, reconciliation of the Archduke with, 91.

-, -, Spain would prevent France from influencing, 91.

-, -, French ambassadors ungraciously received by, 94.

-, -, alliance entered into with the Archduke by, 95.

-, -, entering the league advantageous to, 97.

-, -, speech (concerning the Pope) of De Puebla to, 100.

-, -, answer, respecting the King of France and the Pope, of, 101.

-, -, the Spanish treaties must be concluded with, 104.

-, -, doubts expressed by, 105.

-, -, news from Scotland received by, 105.

-, -, assistance promised by Spain to, 106.

-, -, aid should be given the Pope by, 107.

-, -, entreaties respecting the Pope to be addressed to, 109.

-, -, the King of the Romans illdisposed to, 110.

-, -, readiness to enter the league of, 111.

-, -, communications made to De Puebla by, 111.

-, -, declares his entrance into the league, 113.

-, -, Isabella writes respecting Spanish captains to, 114.

-, -, offers of an alliance with the King of Scots by, 115.

-, -, unsatisfactory answer of the King of the Romans to, 117.

-, -, a cordial reception asked by Isabella for the Spanish Princesses, of, 119.

-, -, a request for English subjects not to trade between Spain and France, made to, 119.

-, -, instructions from Isabella to De Puebla respecting negotiations with, 120.

-, -, Spanish commerce in England burdened by, 123.

-, -, negotiations to be carefully conducted respecting France with, 124.

-, -, marriage proposed for the son of, 124.

-, -, representations respecting France to be made to, 125.

-, -, new embassy from Spain to, 128.

-, -, report at Milan concerning the Duke of York and, 130.

-, -, pledges of, 130.

-, letter without date signed by, 131.

-, -, measures taken to reconcile the Archduke and, 133.

-, -, pleasure expressed by Ferdinand and Isabella at the entrance into the league of, 133.

-, -, reason why war should be made on France by, 133.

-, -, treaty to be signed by, 136.

-, -, proposal to visit the Princess Margaret by, 138.

-, liberality in marriage treaty of, 139.

-, -, war must not be made on Scotland by, 139.

-, -, jointure promised to the Princess Katharine by, 140.

-, -, subject of the Pope's brief to, 141.

-, -, punishment of French pirates by, 141.

-, -, truce concluded between France and Spain to include, 142.

-, -, the arrest of Perkin Warbeck communicated to Ferdinand and Isabella by, 147.

-, -, Londoño to convey the intelligence sent from Spain to, 148.

-, -, De Puebla said to be in the interest of, 148.

-, -, thanks and assurance of friendship to Ferdinand and Isabella from, 153.

-, -, Londoño and Sub-Prior of Santa Cruz have an audience of, 154.

-, -, De Puebla has a conversation with, 154.

-, -, messages to Ferdinand and Isabella from, 155.

-, -, observations respecting France from, 156.

-, -, the new King of France would conclude an alliance with, 156.

-, -, the Duke of Milan seeks alliance with, 156.

-, -, unfriendly feeling towards the King of the Romans of, 157.

-, -, the King of Scots should marry the daughter of, 158.

-, -, Puebla converses on many subjects at Shene with, 158.

-, -, the long stay of Ayala in England noticed by, 158.

-, -, rings sent by, 159.

-, -, reception of Londoño and Sub-Prior by, 159.

-, -, enquiries respecting Madame Margaret from, 161.

-, -, satisfaction with De Puebla expressed by, 161.

-, -, reasons why De Puebla is in favour with, 162.

-, -, riches and mode of governing of, 163.

-, -, the Sub-Prior of Santa Cruz has a private audience of, 164.

-, -, favours asked by De Puebla of, 165.

-, -, De Puebla's character known to, and taken advantage of by, 166.

-, -, right judgment in the affairs of Brittany of, 167.

-, -, Ayala will endeavour to reconcile the King of Scots with, 168.

-, -, answer of Ayala to the enquiries respecting Scotland made by, 175.

-, -, objections to the King of Scotland marrying the daughter of, 176.

-, -, description of the daughter of, 176.

-, -, riches of, 177, 408.

-, -, character of, 178.

-, -, advice respecting Spanish ambassador to be sent to, 183.

-, -, private conversation of De Puebla with, 186.

-, -, reason of the invasion of France by, 187.

-, -, affairs of France spoken of by, 188.

-, -, object of the mission from Milan to, 190.

-, -, satisfaction respecting the Spanish marriage expressed by, 190.

-, -, anxiety for news from Spain respecting France of, 195.

-, -, conciliatory letter from the Duchess Dowager of Flanders to, 196.

-, -, wish respecting the Princess Katharine of, 197.

-, -, quiet desired by, 197.

-, -, answer to be sent to Madame Margaret by, 198.

-, -, complimentary messages from Ferdinand and Isabella to, 203.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella wish a change in some of the clauses in their treaty of alliance with, 204.

-, -, proposed marriage of the daughter of, 204.

-, -, prophecy respecting, 206.

-, -, appearance of growing old in, 206.

-, -, messages and presents from the King of France to, 207.

-, -, Ursino of Aragon visits, 207.

-, -, De Puebla holds several conversations with, 207.

-, -, observations respecting the Pope from, 208.

-, -, approval of the conduct of the King of France by, 208.

-, -, the uncertainty of the arrival of the Princess of Wales in England complained of by, 217.

-, -, letters from Spain desired by, 218.

-, -, Madame Bourbon corresponds with, 219.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella complain of the difference between their first and second treaty with, 220.

-, -, the ornaments, &c., of the Princess of Wales to be received by, 221.

-, -, thanks to Almazan from, 222.

-, -, liabilities by treaty with Spain of, 223.

-, -, De Puebla advises a courteous letter to, 224.

-, -, title of, 224.

-, -, Kings wished to be included in Spanish alliance by, 225.

-, -, opinion entertained of the King of France by, 226.

-, -, meeting at Calais of the Archduke Philip with, 226.

-, -, courteous letters sent by the Archduchess to, 227.

-, -, De Puebla endowed with jurisdiction over the Spaniards in the dominions of, 230.

-, -, permission to hold royal joust, &c., asked of, 233.

-, -, object in the Archduke's interview with, 234.

-, -, intention respecting the Prince and Princess of Wales of, 234.

-, -, Fuensalida's account of the Archduke's interview with, 235.

-, -, strange behaviour of, 238.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella would keep faith with, 240.

-, -, the postponement of the departure of the Princess of Wales consented to by, 242.

-, -, the prolonged stay in England of Ayala requested by, 247.

-, -, effect produced by letters from Spain on, 249.

-, -, repetition of marriage ceremony objected to by, 249.

-, -, time when the public marriage of the Princess Katharine was to take place settled by, 251.

-, -, inclusion of the Kings of Scotland and Denmark in the Spanish alliance agreed to by, 252.

-, -, letter respecting Spanish and Scotch affairs from a secretary of, 254.

-, -, excuses for delay in sending the Princess Katharine made to, 257.

-, -, notice of the Princess of Wales' voyage by, 261.

-, -, acknowledgment of part of marriage portion by, 264.

-, -, demands to be made of, 267.

-, -, conduct expected from, 268.

-, -, obligations to the Princess of Wales of, 269, 270.

-, -, Queen Isabella would renew the treaty of amity with, 273.

-, -, recovery of Guienne and Normandy to be urged on, 273.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella demand succours from, 275, 276.

-, -, answers to be made if restitution of marriage portion is objected to by, 279.

-, -, restoration of marriage portion by, 281.

-, -, troops in aid of Spain required from, 284.

-, -, revenues to be given to the Princess of Wales by, 285.

-, -, statement to be made by Spanish ambassador to, 285.

-, -, Spain to seek aid from, 287.

-, -, message from Ferdinand of Spain to, 288.

-, -, demands respecting the Princess of Wales made by, 294.

-, -, proposal to marry the Princess of Wales from, 295.

-, -, conduct of, 298, 301.

-, -, proposed marriage of, 303.

-, -, restoration of first instalment of marriage portion obligatory on, 304, 360.

-, -, marriage portion promised by Ferdinand and Isabella to, 307.

-, -, acknowledgment of part payment of marriage portion from, 307.

-, -, promises respecting firstborn son of the Princess of Wales of, 308.

-, -, application to the Pope for a dispensation by, 309.

-, -, aid demanded by Ferdinand and Isabella from, 315.

-, -, character given by Ferdinand and Isabella of, 315.

-, -, complaints against Spanish captains by, 317.

-, -, Spanish alliance advantageous to, 318.

-, -, Spain must be aided by, 319.

-, -, proposition to be made by Spanish ambassador to, 323.

-, -, ambassadors sent to the new Pope by, 324.

-, -, letter respecting the Princess of Wales' expenses from, 327.

-, -, affection for the Princess of Wales of, 329.

-, -, the Duke de Estrada has an interview with, 330.

-, -, reply to De Puebla's enquiry respecting French ambassadors of, 331.

-, -, wishes respecting marriage of, 334.

-, -, consequences on death of, 337.

-, -, an answer respecting a stricter alliance with Spain promised by, 338.

-, -, letter from Ferdinand announcing the death of Queen Isabella to, 339.

-, -, Pope Julius requested to send the dispensation by, 341.

-, -, wishes respecting the treaty of amity of, 343.

-, -, further particulars respecting the Queen of Naples desired by, 346.

-, -, a loan requested by the King of the Romans of, 351.

-, -, the King of the Romans offers his daughter to, 351.

-, -, De Ayala expected to keep the secrets of, 353.

-, -, obligations incurred by Ferdinand towards, 354.

-, -, communications sent by Ferdinand to, 356.

-, -, sketch of a treaty with Ferdinand made by, 357.

-, -, report concerning the Queen of Naples sent to, 359.

-, -, report respecting Ferdinand of Aragon of the ambassadors of, 362.

-, -, opinion held in Spain of, 363.

-, -, reproach made to De Puebla by, 366.

-, -, mission sent to the King of France by, 367.

-, -, new alliance with Spain discussed by, 368.

-, -, negotiation of the King of the Romans with, 370.

-, -, embassy from the King of the Romans to, 370.

-, -, interview with the King Archduke proposed to, 371.

-, -, the Princess of Wales writes unadvisedly to, 372.

-, -, interview feared between the King Archduke and, 373.

-, -, Ferdinand assured of the secrecy of, 376.

-, -, reception of the King and Queen of Castile by, 379.

-, -, obligations undertaken with respect to King Philip by, 380.

-, -, promises respecting the Archduchess Margaret of, 383.

-, -, treatment of the Princess of Wales by, 386.

-, -, letter to Nicholas West respecting his marriage with the Archduchess Margaret from, 387.

-, -, reason for the delay of ambassadors to Maximilian from, 388.

-, -, Ferdinand, in his treaty with King Philip, names as guardian, 391.

-, -, the Archduchess Margaret refuses to marry, 393, 395.

-, -, negotiations respecting the marriage of, 394.

-, -, the affairs of Gueldres as explained by, 395.

-, -, projected marriage of, 396.

-, -, information of the probable failure of the treaty of commerce with Flanders sent to, 396.

-, -, Louis XII. writes concerning Gueldres to, 398.

-, -, Maximilian cannot induce the Archduchess Margaret to marry, 400.

-, -, condolences on the death of King Philip sent by, 401.

-, -, request respecting the physician of, 402.

-, -, proposal to marry Queen Juana made by, 405.

-, -, the Princess of Wales advised to cultivate the goodwill of, 406.

-, -, severe illness of, 408.

-, -, reasons why an ambassador should be sent to Spain by, 409.

-, -, Ferdinand's return to Castile desired by, 410.

-, -, a speedy decision respecting his marriage with Queen Juana desired by, 411.

-, -, opinion respecting the marriage treaty of, 413.

-, -, De Puebla receives the place of Custos of the hospital at Shirbourn from, 414.

-, -, in a letter to the Pope his peace policy is explained by, 414.

-, -, proposals for a general war against the Infidels from, 414.

-, -, Ferdinand fears his daughter Juana will not be persuaded to marry, 416.

-, -, sentiments entertained by Ferdinand towards, 418.

-, -, reasons of the unkind treatment of the Princess Katharine by, 420.

-, -, some secret matter communicated to, 424.

-, -, consent to the postponement of payment of marriage portion given by, 425, 426.

-, -, impatience respecting his marriage with Queen Juana of, 427, 435.

-, -, life at Woodstock of, 428.

-, -, marriage with the Queen of Castile of, 428.

-, -, answer to the Flemish and French ambassadors of, 430.

-, -, docility of, 431.

-, -, affectionate letter to the Princess Katharine from, 432.

-, -, hopes of a marriage with Queen Juana held out to, 435.

-, -, the Princess Katharine would induce Queen Juana to marry, 440.

-, -, obligations towards Prince Charles taken upon himself by, 442.

-, -, the Archduchess Margaret urged to marry, 445.

-, -, bond of, 446, 447.

-, -, Ferdinand favours the project of the Queen of Castile marrying, 453.

-, -, plan for depriving Ferdinand of all influence in Castile proposed by, 457.

-, -, Ferdinand professes confidence in, 457.

-, -, no hopes can be given of Queen Juana consenting at once to marry, 459.

-, -, Membrilla to conduct very carefully negotiations with, 459.

-, -, bad state of the health of, 460.

-, -, necessity that faith should be kept by, 460.

-, -, proposed settlement of the Princess Katharine's marriage portion by, 461.

-, -, money promised by, 461.

-, -, Ferdinand's opinion respecting, 461.

-, -, injustice of the demands of, 462.

-, -, wishes respecting his daughter's marriage of, 463.

-, -, Ferdinand's causes for suspicion of, 463.

-, -, Ferdinand's displeasure with, 464.

-, -, anxiety, respecting the affairs of the Emperor and his son, of, 467.

-, -, wish to exclude Ferdinand from the treaties made at Cambray expressed by, 467.

-, -, French propositions entertained by, 467.

-, -, numerous offers of alliance with France rejected by, 467.

-, -, the Emperor to write to, 468.

-, -, love borne to the Emperor and Prince Charles by, 468.

-, -, conduct towards the Spanish ambassadors of, 469.

-, -, unkindness shown to Princess Katharine by, 469.

-, -, strictness of fasts in the palace of, 471.

-, -, instructions from Ferdinand to new ambassador sent to, ii. 1 to 6.

-, -, demands with regard to payment of Princess Katharine's dower specified by, 2.

-, -, pretends the whole portion was to be his, 2.

-, -, declares he is no longer bound by the treaty, 2.

-, -, ratification of marriage treaty between Prince Charles and Princess Mary demanded by, 3.

-, -, credentials to his servant in Spain, John Stile, sent by, 3.

-, -, alleged bad treatment of Princess Katharine denied by, 3.

-, -, news sent to Spain of the death of, 7.

-, -, mentioned at, 14.

-, -, commissions, powers, &c., of, i. 3, 17, 33, 34, 49, 77, 87, 128, 308, 324, 384, 387, 388.

-, -, letters of, to :

1488, July 2, Ferdinand and Isabella, i. 4.

1490, Aug. 15, Spanish commissioners in Brittany, 32.

1495, July, Ferdinand and Isabella, 54.

1496, Sept. 22, Thos. Bishop of London, 128.

1497, Jan. 1, Ferdinand and Isabella, 131.

1497, Feb. 3, Princess Margaret of Austria, 137.

1497, Feb. 3, do. do., 138.

1497, April 8, the Archduchess (Juana), 143.

1497, July 25, Ferdinand and Isabella, 144.

1497, July 25, do. do., 145.

1497, Oct. 23, De Puebla, 145.

1498, July 8, Ferdinand and Isabella, 153.

1498, July 8, do. do., 153.

1499, Jan. 27, do. do., 202.

1499, June 15, do. do., 210.

1500, June 8, Perez D'Almazan, 222.

1500, June 20, Ferdinand and Isabella, 233.

1500, Dec. 18, do. do., 247.

1501, Sept. 25, Archbishop of Santiago and Count de Cabra, 261.

1501, Nov. 28, Arthur, Prince of Wales, 264.

1501, Nov. 28, Ferdinand and Isabella, 264.

1503, July 1, Duke De Estrada, 308.

1503, July 10, do. and De Puebla, 308.

1503, Sept. 26, Ferdinand and Isabella 317.

1504, July 1, Duke De Estrada, 327.

1504, Aug. 4, Princess of Wales, 328.

1504, Aug. 27, do., 330.

1504, Nov. 28, Pope Julius II., 341.

1504, Nov. 29, Ferdinand and Isabella, 341.

1505, June 11, King Ferdinand, 353.

1505, Sept. 13, do., 376.

1506, May 10, Nicholas West, 387.

1506, May 10, John Yonge, 387.

1506, Aug. 12, Francis Marsin, 395.

1506, Aug. 19, the King of the Romans, 397.

1506, Sept. 16, Philip, King of Castile, 399.

1506, Oct. 1, King of the Romans, 400.

1506, Oct. 18, do., 401.

1506, Oct. 18, Seigneur De Chièvres, 401.

1506, Oct. 28, Princess of Wales, 401.

1507, April 12, Ferdinand of Spain, 406.

1507, April 12, do., 407.

1507, April 13, M. Perez Almazan, 407.

1507, May 15, Pope Julius II., 414.

1507, Aug. 27, Ferdinand of Spain, 424.

1507, Sept. 3, do., 425.

1507, Sept. 3, Almazan, 425.

1507, Sept. 7, Princess of Wales, 432.

1507, Sept. 15, Ferdinand of Spain, 432.

1507, Sept. 15, do., 433.

-, -, letters to, i. 25, 34, 51, 72, 75, 86, 87, 107, 119, 215, 229, 230, 231, 257, 316, 336, 338, 339, 349, 373, 374, 398, 399, 400, 403, 405, 416, 418, 422, 441, 464.

-, -, licenses, letters of recommendation and protection from, 1 (3), 2 (6), 3, 15, 25, 26, 30 (2), 31, 32 (3), 37, 40 (4), 42 (3), 49, 51 (3), 199, 216, 271, 309, 330.

-, -, places whence were dated the letters of,

Abingdon, i. 248.

Ashby-de-la Zouch, 432.

Calais, 222.

Canterbury, 233.

Cranbourne, 376.

Eltham, 32.

Exeter, 145.

Eyton, manor of, 308, 327.

Greenwich, 239, 397, 415.

Guildford, 400.

Knoll, 42.

Langley, 317, 432.

Lewys, 331.

Okyng, 400, 401.

Richmond, 262, 265, 350, 353, 406, 407.

Shene, palace of, 143, 145, 210.

Sheppy, island of, 329.

Wanstead, 396.

Westminster, palace of, 138, 139, 145, 146, 147, 153, 202, 341, 342.

Weston Hill, 308.

Windsor Castle, 4, 401.

Woodstock, 424, 425, 433.

-, -, ratifications of treaties by, 33, 34, 143, 219, 325, 385, 386, 387.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :

Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, i. 21, 33, 37, 48.

the Pope, the King of the Romans, Ferdinand and Isabella, the Dukes of Venice and Milan, 113.

Ferdinand and Isabella, 129, 180, 205, 210, 306, 347, 357.

Philip, King of Castile, 380, 381, 382, 386.

Henry VIII., as Prince of Wales, a marriage with the Princess Katharine proposed for, i. 267.

-, -, conclusion of a treaty of marriage between Katharine, Princess of Wales, and, 317.

-, -, Pope Julius II. authorizes a marriage between Katharine, Princess of Wales, and, 322.

-, -, protest against his marriage with Katharine, Princess of Wales, by, 358.

-, -, witnesses to the protest against his marriage made by :—

James Read, Giles Dobney, C. Somerset, Tho. Rowthal, Nicolas West, Henry Marney, 359.

-, -, letter to the King of Castile from, 385.

-, -, bond of, 447, 448.

-, -, ambassador sent to England from Spain to arrange marriage of Princess Katharine with, ii. 1.

-, -, mention made of proposed marriage of, 1 to 6.

-, -, King Henry VII. delays his consent to marriage between Princess Katharine and, 2.

-, -, complimentary message from Ferdinand to, 6.

Henry VIII., King of England, mention made of, and allusions to, passim :

-, -, concessions to be made by Ferdinand to, ii. 8.

-, -, anxiety of King Ferdinand to complete marriage of Princess Katharine with, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17.

-, -, letter of condolence from Ferdinand on death of King Henry VII. to, 9.

-, -, formal words pronounced at his marriage with Princess Katharine by, 10.

-, -, acknowledgement of the receipt of the whole dower of Queen Katharine by, 19.

-, -, sends news of his marriage and coronation to King Ferdinand, 20.

-, -, asks King Ferdinand to show favour to one of the Queen's ladies, 20.

-, -, complimentary letter from Ferdinand to, 21.

-, -, begs King Ferdinand to receive Venice under his protection, 23.

-, -, an alliance with Spain and King of the Romans desired by, 24.

-, -, a safe passage for Venetian fleet asked of Ferdinand by, 25.

-, -, ought to treat secretly with the Pope and King of the Romans, 26.

-, -, complimentary letter to Ferdinand from, 37.

-, -, orders his councillors to negotiate treaty with Spain, 39.

-, -, "behaves as an obedient son" to King Ferdinand, 40.

-, -, pleasures preferred to business by, 41.

-, -, a gentleman to negotiate with Maximilian on affairs of Venice sent by, 41.

-, -, has been forced to conclude treaty with France, 43.

-, -, interest and skill in jousts, &c., shown by, 44.

-, -, Ferdinand desirous to conclude treaty of alliance with, 49.

-, -, the Holy League is entered by, 56.

-, -, is urged by Ferdinand to preserve his pre-eminence in the Council of the Lateran, 59.

-, -, additional clause as to the force that is to be sent to assistance of Ferdinand by, 62.

-, -, assistance of the Spanish fleet against those of Scotland and France sought by, 68.

-, -, treaty of alliance for defence of Holy Church to be concluded with Ferdinand by, 75.

-, -, Martin de Muxica has audience of, 76.

-, -, examination into conduct of the captains of his army in Spain made by, 77.

-, -, wishes King Ferdinand to send a new fleet to one of the English ports, 83.

-, -, Acquitaine to be re-conquered by, 84.

-, -, treaty projected between Ferdinand and, 84.

-, -, great importance attached by Ferdinand to friendship and union of, 88.

-, -, condition on which peace will be made with King of France by, 90.

-, -, subsidy to be paid towards war in Guienne by, 94, 113.

-, -, league for defence of the Holy Church made with Ferdinand by, 115.

-, -, dissatisfaction expressed by Ferdinand at the conduct of, 123.

-, -, succour against France requested of Ferdinand by, 127.

-, -, fears expressed by King Ferdinand lest he incurs the enmity of, 135.

-, -, Spanish ships must not be bought without a license by, 144.

-, -, opinion on the best mode of attacking France given by, 146.

-, -, advice with regard to his army given to, 148.

-, -, explanations for making truce with France given by Ferdinand to, 150.

-, -, is urged by Ferdinand to come to a decision respecting invasion of Guienne, 151.

-, -, victory gained at Tournay by, 161.

-, -, title of the "King of France" assumed by, 162.

-, -, begs Pope Leo to reduce archbishopric of St. Andrews, 162.

-, -, writes in answer to the Pope's admonitions, 165.

-, -, ascribes his victories in Scotland to God, and likens himself to David, 165.

-, -, rumours of the intended abandonment of enterprise against France by, 167, 174.

-, -, Tournay to be restored to King of France as price of admission to treaty with the Pope, of, 173.

-, -, sums to aid the Guienne invasion asked by Ferdinand from, 176, 177, 181.

-, -, ? What is to be done with the, 198.

-, -, assistance of King of France in concluding peace with Scotland desired by, 206.

-, -, peace with Scotland to be arranged to the satisfaction of, 213.

-, -, deceit with regard to the treaty of Lille to be practised on, 216.

-, -, Maximilian undertakes to procure ratification of treaty with France by, 216.

-, -, reasons why the truce with Spain, France, and Maximilian should be signed by, 220.

-, -, ratification of the truce strongly urged by Ferdinand upon, 225.

-, -, Bishop of Tricarico sent on mission of reconciliation to, 225.

-, -, anxiety expressed by Ferdinand to gain the friendship of, 242.

-, -, claims a portion of Castile as his wife's inheritance, 243.

-, -, begging message from King of France to, 245.

-, -, mention by Luis Caroz of the offensive manner of, 248.

-, -, vigorous measures ought to be decided on by Ferdinand against, 249.

-, -, hatred of the French by, 252.

-, -, wishes the Pope to publish bull of excommunication against King of France, 255.

-, -, entreated to succour his Holy Father and to invade France, 258.

-, -, willing to become member of the league if invited by the Pope to do so, 262.

-, -, Bishop of Tripoli, ambassador in England, and Luis Gilaberte received on mission from Ferdinand by, 270.

-, -, letter of thanks from, for presents sent by Ferdinand, 271.

-, -, letter of thanks from, for sending him a good physician, 271.

-, -, swears to observe treaty concluded with King Ferdinand, 273.

-, -, report of interview of Bishop of Tripoli with the, 274.

-, -, his opinion of the Swiss, 274.

-, -, concludes treaty with Prince Charles of Spain, 276.

-, -, is true to his engagements, 282.

-, -, loan to Charles, King of Spain, made by, 287.

-, -, acknowledgment of receipt of sum from King of France for restoration of Tournay due to, 295.

-, -, rules and formalities to be observed at the meeting of Charles V. and, 297.

-, -, interview spoken of between King of France and the, 302.

-, -, account of interview of Charles V. with, 306.

-, -, steadfast to the Emperor, 307.

-, -, is governed by Wolsey, 307.

-, -, his power depreciated in Rome, 313.

-, -, the Pope ready to conclude an alliance with, 315.

-, -, briefs sent by the Pope to, 316.

-, -, wishes of, with respect to general peace of Christendom, 322.

-, -, proposal that Swiss should be taken into pay of, 328.

-, -, suspected of double dealing, 330.

-, -, rudeness shown to the Papal agent by, 332.

-, -, negotiations to be entered into by the Pope with, 334.

-, -, to be won over to an alliance by Charles V., 337.

-, -, his good faith suspected, 338.

-, -, desires to remain neutral, 343.

-, -, designs of, with regard to the alliance, 348.

-, -, difficulties created in Scotland for, 350.

-, -, reproaches made to the Pope by, 352.

-, -, unfriendliness towards Emperor displayed by, 354.

-, -, his proposals rejected by King of France, 356.

-, -, suspected of favouring the French, 357.

-, -, grows vicious, 362.

-, -, copy of treaty sent by the Pope to, 363.

-, -, fine to be paid by, if Princess Mary fail to fulfil marriage treaty, 366.

-, -, fleet to protect Emperor to be sent by, 367.

-, -, clause in treaty respecting forces for invasion of France to be supplied by, 368.

-, -, clause respecting French pensions paid to, 370.

-, -, demands security of Emperor for payment of French pensions, 373.

-, -, advisable that war should be declared against France by, 376.

-, -, his book against Luther presented to the Pope, 376.

-, -, should be warned against Cardinal Wolsey, 377.

-, -, swears to the treaty of alliance, marriage, and friendship, made with the Emperor, 380.

-, -, title of "Defender of the Christian Faith" given by Pope Leo to, 381.

-, -, the friendship of the French a dear possession, 383.

-, -, to be asked to protect the Low Countries, 395.

-, -, a secretary sent to Rome from, 398.

-, -, possible effect of the election of new Pope on the mind of, 399.

-, -, interview proposed between the Pope, Charles V., and, 400.

-, -, large grants of money from his kingdom obtained by, 405.

-, -, must begin immediate hostilities with France, 407.

-, -, is to declare himself "Defender of Flanders," 409.

-, -, vengeance to be taken on France by, 409.

-, -, Venetians delay conclusion of treaty with, 410.

-, -, rumours spread by the French concerning, 415.

-, -, consents to lend money to Charles V. for war in Italy, 418, 421, 436.

-, -, war against France declared by, 420.

-, -, gives his obedience to Pope Adrian VI., 422.

-, -, should remonstrate with the Signory of Venice, 424.

-, -, determines on open rupture with France, 425.

-, -, goes to Dover to meet the Emperor, 427.

-, -, great land and sea forces prepared by, 427.

-, -, armistice proposed by the Pope to, 429.

-, -, challenges the King of France, 430.

-, -, will persuade the Swiss to abandon Francis I., 431.

-, -, French ambassadors dismissed by, 432.

-, -, succour against the Turks asked by the Infante of, 433.

-, -, treaty with Charles V. signed by, 435.

-, -, named conservator of treaty of peace, 437.

-, -, concludes a secret treaty with the Emperor, 438.

-, -, swears to this treaty, 440.

-, -, indemnification for loss of French pensions to be given to, 441.

-, -, loan made to the Emperor by, 442.

-, -, entertains the Emperor, 443.

-, -, cannot now send succour against the Turks, 443.

-, -, banquet given by, 444.

-, -, awaits the decision of the Signory with regard to the alliance, 447.

-, -, at Winchester, 448.

-, -, treaty against the "French King" concluded by Charles V. and, 449.

-, -, forces to be supplied for invasion of France by, 449, 451.

-, -, Francis I. proposes a three years' truce to, 454.

-, -, Venetians said to be on good terms with, 456.

-, -, sends instructions to Richard Pace to go to Venice, 461.

-, -, his consent required for safe conduct for French ambassadors, 462.

-, -, his alliance beneficial to the Emperor, 463.

-, -, the Pope expected to hold by his alliance with, 465.

-, -, excuses invented by Venetians to delay the conclusion of the league with, 467, 563.

-, -, credentials and letter sent to the Doge of Venice by, 473.

-, -, conditions on which office of mediator between Venice and Emperor will be filled by, 474.

-, -, summary of what is to be said to the Signory on the part of, 474.

-, -, accepted as mediator by the Venetians, 475, 476.

-, -, exhortation to the Signory made in the name of, 477.

-, -, requisition to the Signory of, 478.

-, -, embargo laid on Venetians vessels by, 481.

-, -, held in fear in Italy, 482.

-, -, complains of the delays of the Signory, 485.

-, -, the Pope not to be counted on by, 486.

-, -, King of France ready to accept a truce proposed by, 489.

-, -, in bad repute in Venice, 490.

-, -, advantages to the Pope of an alliance with, 494.

-, -, vilified by the Venetians, 495.

-, -, large sums unprofitably spent in Picardy by, 496.

-, -, commissioners to be sent to Switzerland by, 498, 499.

-, -, desirous of a reasonable peace with France, 502.

-, -, incomprehensible behaviour to Venice of, 504.

-, -, his war in Picardy ended, 507.

-, -, to be induced to become a party to peace with France, 508.

-, -, sums of money to be deposited in Germany by, 510.

-, -, sends Richard Pace to Switzerland, 511.

-, -, the Pope will not declare himself the ally of, 512.

-, -, resolution towards the Pope must be used by, 513.

-, -, threatens war on France, 514.

-, -, assurances made by Prospero Colonna to, 515.

-, -, engages to become surety for the Emperor, 516.

-, -, a durable alliance with Venice desired by, 518.

-, -, a "proved Christian," 520.

-, -, not disinclined to an honourable peace with France, 523.

-, -, his alliance with Charles V. and Venice would thwart the French, 527.

-, -, duties imposed by treaty on, 528.

-, -, returns no answer to communications from Richard Pace, 530.

-, -, exhorted by Pope Adrian to a truce, and a war on the Turks, 533.

-, -, the fleet of, 534.

-, -, money for the Italian army to be asked of, 536.

-, -, writes to the Signory, 540.

-, -, must continue war preparations, 542.

-, -, payments to be made by the Emperor to, 542.

-, -, proposals with regard to the pensions to be made to, 543.

-, -, commission to conclude a treaty of alliance against France given by, 549.

-, -, sends another ambassador to Rome, 552.

-, -, occupied with the affairs of Scotland, 552.

-, -, his great navy feared by the French, 554.

-, -, is permitted to enlist German soldiers, 556.

-, -, disinclined for a truce with France, 557.

-, -, binds himself to invade France, 558, 559, 560.

-, -, engagements undertaken towards Venice by, 561.

-, -, advantages of an alliance with Venice to, 566.

-, -, the Pope inclined towards an alliance with, 568.

-, -, is about to invade France, 570, 577.

-, -, preparations for carrying out the treaty between Charles V. and, 573.

-, -, is to send ambassadors to the Diet at Hamburg, 574.

-, -, articles of alliance proposed to Duke of Bourbon by, 575.

-, -, services promised by Bourbon to, 576.

-, -, league betwen Venetians and, 577.

-, -, reasons given for the resumption of war by, 578.

-, -, a treaty with Pope Adrian concluded by, 579.

-, -, alliance with Venice concluded by, 580, 584.

-, -, must intimidate France, 587.

-, -, influenced to conclude a three years' truce with France, 591.

-, -, concludes a treaty with Duke of Bourbon, 596.

-, -, must prosecute vigourously the war with France, 598.

-, -, should at once promise money for the invasion of Provence, 598.

-, -, withdraws his troops from France, 599.

-, -, resolute to persevere against France, 599.

-, -, projects a secret enterprise, desires the co-operation of Bourbon, 599, 608.

-, -, empowers his ambassador to conclude a new league with Pope Clement VII., 602.

-, -, intends to send two armies into France, one publicly, the destination of the other to be secret, 602.

-, -, asks aid from Clement to recover certain provinces from the French, 602.

-, -, designs against France, 603.

-, -, desires to be allied with Clement VII., 605.

-, -, might help to achieve the ruin of France by an attack on Spanish frontiers and in Picardy, 605.

-, -, is assured of the friendship of Pope Clement, 607.

-, -, announces four armies for the invasion of France, 608.

-, -, promises to invade France in person, 608.

-, -, a conjecture concerning the enterprise of, 609.

-, -, apparent motives for an alliance of Charles V. with, 610.

-, -, his aim obscure
-, conjectures towards its elucidation, 610.

-, -, open to influence, 611.

-, -, must be moved by fear, flattery, and financial considerations, 612.

-, -, the Pope will not forsake, 613.

-, -, little achieved in France by the army of, 613.

-, -, fears expressed by the Pope regarding the intentions of, 617.

-, -, would favour an honest peace with France, 618, 622.

-, -, clause concerning the indemnity for pension of, 624, 631, 633.

-, -, must not renounce his rights in France, 626.

-, -, prompt action desired of, 627.

-, -, discontented with the disbanding of Imperial army in Spain, 628.

-, -, proposal for marriage of King of Scotland with daughter of, 634.

-, -, is urged to attack Northern France, 638.

-, -, message from Charles V. to, 639.

-, -, contributions for French invasion begged from, 640.

-, -, expected to invade Picardy, 640.

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

-, -, is ready to succour the Duke of Bourbon, 645.

-, -, determines to invade France, 646, 669.

-, -, contributes 200,000 ducats for invasion of Provence, 647.

-, -, satisfactory state of relations between the Emperor and, 648.

-, -, Italian army encouraged by a letter from, 650.

-, -, sends 100,000 ducats to Bourbon
-, declines further aid, 652.

-, -, difficulties created by want of energy and delays of, 654.

-, -, binds himself to contribute money if he do not invade France, 655.

-, -, proposal for paying pension due from Francis I. to, 657.

-, -, bond between Charles V. and, 658.

-, -, Cavaliere Gregory Casale sent on a mission to, 660.

-, -, a farther advance into France desired by, 662.

-, -, treaty projected between Charles V., Francis I., and, 663.

-, -, binds himself to abstain from raids into Scotland, 665.

-, -, difficulties as to payments of French pension to, 666.

-, -, insists that it shall be paid by the Emperor, not by King of France, 666.

-, -, determined to carry on war with France at whatever cost, 670.

-, -, enlists German troops, 670.

-, -, his intentions with regard to France, 672.

-, -, 100,000 ducats for the army contributed by, 672.

-, -, the Pope discredits the threatened invasion of France by, 673.

-, -, alliance desired by the Emperor between Pope Clement and, 675.

-, -, difficulty in obtaining the use of the money contributed to Italian war by, 677.

-, -, bound to pay certain sums for maintenance of Italian army, 677.

-, -, a propitious moment for the invasion of France by, 678, 680, 684.

-, -, ambassadors refuse to pay the 100,000 ducats sent by, 679.

-, -, conditions on which France will be attacked in person by, 681.

-, -, proposes a year's truce with France, 682.

-, -, promises made by Charles V. to, 684.

-, -, conditions of truce proposed by, 687.

-, -, his permission for investiture of Milan desired, 689.

-, -, should seize this opportunity to make war on France, 696.

-, -, wishes of the Genoese with regard to, 696.

-, -, exhortations to the Pope and Venetians from, 697.

-, -, orders to Richard Pace from, 698.

-, -, orders payments to be made to the army at Pavia, 701, 702, 707.

-, -, sends money to Rome, 703.

-, -, payment of the French pension due to, 703, 705.

-, -, proposal to deliver Pavia into the hands of, 706.

-, -, begs the Pope not to favour the French or the Duke of Albany, 706.

-, -, commissions, powers, orders, &c., from, 36, 56, 75, 83, 114, 115, 116, 268, 270, 272, 276, 286, 298, 371, 380, 549, 557, 599.

-, -, letters and despatches of, to :

1509, July 17, King Ferdinand, 20.

1509, July 30, do., 20.

1509, Nov. 1, do., 23.

1510, May 27, do., 37.

1512, Dec. (?), Johannes Descane, 83.

1513, July 22, King Ferdinand, 146.

1513 Oct. 12, Pope Leo X., 162.

1513 Oct. end of?, do., 165.

1515, Oct. 20, King Ferdinand, 270.

1515, Oct. 20, do., 271.

-, -, letters to, 19, 21, 61, 208.

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

The camp near —, (possibly Faukembergue or Valkenberg), 146.

Greenwich, 20 (2), 23, 37, 270, 271.

Tournay (possibly), 162.

-, -, ratifications of treaties by, 54, 61, 271.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :

1510, Mar. 23, Louis XII., King of France, 33.

1510, May 24, King Ferdinand and Queen Juana, 36.

1511, Nov. 13, Pope, Ferdinand, and Doge of Venice, 56.

1511, Nov. 17, King Ferdinand, 56.

1512, Mar. 16, do., 62.

1512 Nov. (?), Pope Julius II., Ferdinand, Maximilian, and Duke of Milan, 79.

1513, April 1, Maximilian, Ferdinand, and Charles of Spain, Louis of France, James, King of Scotland, and Duke of Gueldres, 104.

1513, April 5, the Pope, Maximilian, and King Ferdinand, 112.

1513, April 12, King Ferdinand, 115.

1513, Oct. 17, Maximilian, Ferdinand, Queen Juana, and Prince Charles, 162.

1513, Dec. (?) Maximilian and King Ferdinand, 179.

1514, Mar. 13, Maximilian, Ferdinand, Prince Charles, Louis of France, and James of Scotland, 207.

1514, July 9, Louis XII. of France, 226.

1514, Aug. 7, do., 230, 234.

1515, no date, King Ferdinand, 256.

1515, Feb. 12, Pope Leo, the Emperor elect, King Ferdinand the Catholic, the Duke of Milan, the family of the de Medicis, Florence, Genoa, the Swiss confederacy, and German (Suabian) league, 252.

1515, Feb. 12, Pope Leo X., Maximilian, Ferdinand, Duke of Milan, republic of Florence, and Swiss confederacy, 262.

1515, Oct. 19, King Ferdinand, 268.

1516, Jan. 24, Charles, Prince of Spain, 276.

1516, Nov. 15, Maximilian, Juana and Charles, Queen and King of Spain, 284.

1518, Oct. 2, Pope Leo X., Maximilian, Kings of France and Spain, 290.

1520, April 11, Emperor Charles V., 296.

1520, July 14, do., 312.

1521, Aug. 25, do., 365.

1522, Aug. 25, (projected), Pope Adrian VI. and Charles V., 420.

1522, June 16, Charles V., 434.

1522, June 19, (secret), do., 438.

1522, July 2, Charles V., 449.

1523, May 17, do., 549.

1523, July 2, do., 555.

1523, July 29, do., Archduke Ferdinand, Venice, &c., 570.

1523, Aug. 4, do., and the Duke of Bourbon, 575.

1524, April 5, do., Francis I., Charles V., Venice, &c., 614.

1524, April 5, Charles V. and Francis I., 663.

Henry, Count of Nassau, ii. 442.

Herbert, Lord, ii. 77, 442.

Hereford, diocese of, i. 257.

-, Adrian, Bishop of, 324.

Herera, Garcia de, envoy from Spain to Scotland, i. 71.

Hermani, Sancti, ii. 294.

Hernandez, Fray Diego, confessor to Queen Katharine, ii. 273.

-, Gonzales, papers left by De Puebla, to, i. 471.

Heron, John, money to defray the expenses of the household of the Princess of Wales, to be paid by, i. 327.

Hertford, Bewdley, in the diocese of, i. 209.

Hesdin, town of, ii. 489.

-, -, siege of, raised, 497, 544.

Hieronymo, Johan, servant of Cardinal of Volterra, ii. 510.

-, -, death of, 548.

Hispaniola, discovery by Christopher Columbus of, i. 44.

-, a larger island discovered than, 47.

Hob a Barton, letters written by John Stile concerning, ii. 211.

Hochstrate, Monsieur de, ii. 427.

Holiness, his, reason of delay of letters to Henry VII. from, i. 70.

Holland, Count of Egmont, lieutenant of, i. 387.

-, ii. 556.

Holybrand, William, money for the expenses of the Princess of Wales' household, paid to, i. 327.

Holy Father, the, communications to Ferdinand and Isabella from, i. 87.

- Trinity, Order of, in Spain, 327.

Honour, maids of, to the Princess of Wales, i. 246.

Hospital of the Conception of our Lady, ii. 644.

Household of the Princess of Wales, i. 246, 251, 254.

Houses of the Scotch, i. 174.

Hull, bond of the mayor and aldermen of, i. 449.

Hungarians, defeat the Turks, ii. 373.

-, not disinclined to recognize the "Grand Turk," 552.

Hungary, cost of affairs in, i. 402.

-, ambassadors of, ii. 372.

-, news from, 377.

-, difficulty of re-conquering, 508.

-, succoured by the Emperor, 522.

-, Cardinal Colonna sent as nuncio to, 534.

-, threatened by the Turks, 566.

-, affairs of, 591.

-, ruined by sedition, 611.

-, -, see also 552, 596, 614, 675, 685.

-, the King of, French negotiations with, i. 218.

-, -, quarrel of the King of the Romans with, 351.

-, -, projected marriage of the daughter of, ii. 241, 331.

-, -, suspicions of, 574.

-, -, asks for assistance of Charles V., 616.

-, -, included in treaty with Henry VIII. and Charles V., 663.

-, -, included in treaties, 35, 114-16, 232, 292, 435.

-, Queen of, 533.

Hunte, George, license to ship cloths to Spain granted to, i. 40.

Husa, Peter, Archdeacon of Northampton, letter from Pope Innocent VIII. to, i. 39.

Huse, John, privy counsellor, i. 448.

Huyloby (Willoughby?), Lord, ii. 77.



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