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'Index: I', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 782-785. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93709 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Iceland, i. 202.

Imperator, Emperor Maximilian, named, ii. 81.

Imperatore, Cesare, ii. 559.

-, Francesco, a Sicilian, ii. 537.

Imperial army, numbers in the, ii. 372.

- eagle as water-mark on paper, i. 353.

Indenture between Spanish ambassadors and English commissioners, i. 5.

Indians, information given to Christopher Columbus by, i. 44.

Indies, the, account of the discovery of the islands in, by Christopher Columbus :

San Salvador, i. 43.

Guanabam, 44.

Santa Maria de Conception, 44.

Ferdinanda, 44.

Isabella, 44.

Juana, description of, 44.

Juana, inhabitants of, 44.

Juana, hamlets in, 44.

Juana, immense size of, 46.

Juana, men with tails in, 46.

Hispañiola, beauty of, 44.

Hispañiola, soil of, 44.

Hispañiola, timber in, 44.

Hispañiola, ports and rivers of, 45.

Hispañiola, gold and silver mines in, 45.

Harbours in the islands, 44.

Rivers, 44.

Mountains, 44.

Forests, 44.

Beasts and birds, 44.

Fruit and vegetables, 44.

Manners and habits of the islanders, 45.

Dress, 45.

Weapons, 45.

Personal appearance, 45.

Timidity and generosity of the islanders, 45.

Presents made them by Columbus, 45.

Religion, 45.

Ideas respecting Columbus, 45.

Knowledge of navigation, 45.

Treatment by Columbus, 46.

Reception given Columbus, 46.

Canoes, 46.

Similarity of habits and customs in the islands, 36.

Size of Hispañiola compared with Spain, 46.

Possession taken of the islands by Columbus, 46.

Navidad, a town named by Columbus, 47.

Navidad, fortified by Columbus, 47.

Navidad, strength of garrison, 47.

King of Hispañiola, 47.

King of Hispañiola, his wives, 47.

Beauty of the people, 47.

Their food, 47.

Climate, 47.

Ferocity of the natives of second island, 47.

Weapons used by them, 47.

Amazons, first island peopled by, 47.

Hairless men, 47.

Productions of the islands—gold, cotton, spice, mastics, timber, 47.

Export of slaves, 47.

Importance to Christendom of the discovery of, 48.

Indies, the, enterprise in the direction of, i. 89.

-, -, ii. 453.

Ines, Doña, lady of honoui to the Princess of Wales, i. 246.

-, -, nurse to the Princess of Wales, 246.

Infanta, the, the English wish to see, i. 11.

-, the marriage of, 58.

-, Isabella, ii. 161.

-, -, of Portugal, marriage of, 323.

Infantas of Castile, the marriage portions of, i. 83.

-, of Spain, the Scots not to have one of, 26.

-, -, the King and Queen of Portugal sworn as, 199.

Infante of Spain, marriage of, i. 74.

- Ferdinand, see Ferdinand.

Infidels, the, i. 64.

-, troops engaged against, 76.

-, proposal of a general war against, 414.

-, aid given by the Pope against, 418.

-, Christian Princes invited to fight against, 422.

- of Africa, Henry VII. ready to make war against, 437.

-, "dirty," a common war to be commenced against the, ii. 81.

-, projected war with, 175.

-, war with, 195, 212.

Inigo, Don, i. 293.

Innocent, Pope, complains of Naples, i. 100.

- VIII., congress of ambassadors called by, 419.

Inspruck, ii. 419.

-, letters dated from, 200, 260.

Instructions to Archbishop of Capua from —, ii. 610, 611, 612.

Inquisition, the, more needed than ever thinks Ferdinand, ii. 224.

-, bad reputation in Flanders of, 281.

Inquisitors, the Pope refuses canonical preferment to, ii. 224.

Ireland, Perkin Warbeck received in, i. 50.

-, -, supposed to have retired to, 59.

-, the Duke of Clarence crowned King of, 59.

-, Perkin Warbeck had left, 85.

-, Flemish vessels driven to, 90.

-, Perkin Warbeck spoken of as him of, 95, 96, 97.

-, Friar Buil returned in distress to, 177.

-, Biscayans conveyed Perkin Warbeck from, 186.

Iron, orders respecting the sale of, i. 76.

Irun, castle of, ii. 455.

Isabella, Infanta, proposed marriage of the, ii. 161.

-, Doña, widow of Don Alfonso, i. 115.

-, Ferdinand and, (see Ferdinand and Isabella).

-, island of, 43.

-, Queen, Perkin Warbeck seeks aid from, 50.

-, -, the preparations for war superintended by, 107.

-, -, directions respecting the Princess Katharine from, 121.

-, -, De Puebla urged to conclude the negotiations with England quickly by, 125.

-, -, opinion respecting England and France entertained by, 126, 127.

-, -, wishes respecting the King of Scots expressed by, 217.

-, -, message to Henry VII. from, 253.

-, -, repetition of marriage ceremony between the Prince and Princess of Wales noticed by, 257.

-, -, explanations from, 301.

-, -, the conclusion of marriage treaty with Henry VII. noticed by, i. 317.

-, -, message of friendship to Henry VII. from, 318.

-, -, aid requested from Henry VII. by, 319.

-, -, date of the death of, 337.

-, -, account by King Ferdinand of the death of, 339.

-, -, Puebla intercedes for his daughter with, 340.

-, -, copy of the bull of the dispensation sent to, 349.

-, -, King Ferdinand refers to the illness of, 355.

-, -, jewels of, 390.

-, -, conduct of King Ferdinand on the death of, 391.

-, -, trustees of, 403.

-, -, present to the Princess of Wales of all the jewels sent by, 464.

-, -, reference made to, ii. 9, 10, 397.

-, -, in Ferrara, ii. 486.

-, -, letters of, to :

1496, July 10, De Puebla, i. 108.

1496, Aug. 17, Henry VII., 114.

1496, Aug. 18, De Puebla, 114.

1496, Aug. 18, do., 114.

1496, Aug. 18, do., 114.

1496, Aug. 19, Henry VII., 119.

1496, Aug. 20, De Puebla, 119.

1496, Aug. 20, do., 119.

1496, Aug. 21, do., 120.

1496, Aug. 22, do., 120.

1496, Aug. 24, Cartello, courier, 121.

1496, Aug. 25, De Puebla, 122.

1496, Sept. 12, do., 123.

1496, Sept. 15, do., 125.

1501, March 23, do., 253.

1501, April 8, do., 256.

1501, " Henry VII., 257.

1501, May 7, De Puebla, 257.

1502, July 12, Ferdinand, Duke de Estrada, 272.

1502, Aug. 10, De Puebla, 276.

1502, Aug. 10, Ferdinand, Duke de Estrada, 278.

1502, Aug. 10, do. do., 282.

1502, Aug. 21, do. do., 285.

1502, Aug. 25, do. do., 287.

1503, April 11, De Puebla, 294.

1503, April 11 and 12, Ferdinand, Duke de Estrada, 295.

1503, May 4, do. do., 305.

1503, Oct. 3, do. do., 317.

1503, Oct. 3, do. do., 319.

-, -, letters to, i. 145, 146, 199, 202, 256, 329, 339, 340, 342.

-, -, ratification by, 317.

Islands of Scotland, i. 173.

Ismael Xaca, Sofi of Persia, letter from Emperor Charles V. to, ii. 665.

Isola, ii. 260.

Italy, wars in, i. 53.

-, relation of occurrences in, 65.

-, the King of France in, 66.

-, the league for the welfare of, 70.

-, letter to Maximilian respecting, 80.

-, return of Charles VIII. from, 94.

-, France threatens, 108.

-, the King of France would be Lord of, 125.

-, ambassadors in England from, 150.

-, England too distant for an alliance with, 163.

-, danger of the King of France becoming master of, 287.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella desire alliances in, 291.

-, affairs in, 402.

-, Ferdinand of Spain in, 404.

-, Maximilian occupied by great undertakings in, 455.

-, intended invasion by King of France of, ii. 47, 49.

-, excluded from truce between England, France, Spain, and Maximilian, 108.

-, letter of King Ferdinand respecting, 127.

-, utter disorder in which the late Pope Julius left, 127, 132, 137.

-, the French masters in, 133.

-, designs of France and Venice upon, 137.

-, affairs of, 140, 447.

-, defeat of La Trémouille in, 145.

-, the Pope fears the return of King of France to, 155.

-, answer sent by Ferdinand to ambassadors in, 183.

-, league to be formed for the defence of, 184, 186, 187.

-, new empire to be formed in, 188, 222.

-, probable fate of, if peace is not made with France, 199.

-, threatened invasion by Emperor of, 238.

-, invaded by the French, 257.

-, Emperor Charles losing his army and credit in, 314.

-, details of war in, 363.

-, Charles V. to go for his coronation to, 431.

-, expulsion of the French from, 433.

-, threatened by the Turks, 484.

-, intended invasion by the French of, 507, 509, 523, 551, 560, 578, 651, 652, 658, 669, 677.

-, a Spanish grandee to be commander in, 510.

-, means to prevent the French invading, 516.

-, confederates, if excluded from truce, to carry on war in, 528.

-, proposal of Hieronymo Adorno with regard to, 530.

-, to be defended against the Turks, 541.

-, threatening state of affairs in, 552, 569, 587, 593, 708.

-, tumults raised by the French in, 578.

-, its peace and safety aimed at by the league, 595.

-, apparently safe, Milan being evacuated, 597.

-, circumstances under which the French may again master, 598.

-, money wanted for the army in, 606.

-, exhausted state of, 612.

-, great victory obtained by Imperialists in, 639.

-, French to be driven out of, 641, 644.

-, Imperial vessels in readiness to send troops to, 654.

-, news from, 658, 683.

-, severe pestilence in, 659.

-, Francis I. to go in person to, 661.

-, fears lest King of France be recognized as master of, 668, 674.

-, Francis I. forbidden to invade, 672.

-, Charles V. determines to free, 684.

-, assistance from Spain to, 690.

-, 200,000 ducats and troops for, 697.

-, on whom hangs the fate of, 705.

-, see also at 74, 175, 194, 218, 228, 280, 430, 445, 454, 463, 467, 472, 488, 514, 519, 558, 571, 577, 580, 584, 585, 599, 602, 603, 604, 605, 607, 608, 609, 610, 617, 618, 620, 622, 640, 643, 645, 647, 649, 656, 673, 689, 697, 708.

Italian league to be formed against France, ii. 184.

-, letter communicated by an, 411.

- states, alliances with, i. 56.

- -, the Pope to be persuaded to become head of a league of the, ii. 488.

- -, to be won over to an offensive league, 588.

- -, league proposed between the Swiss and, 622.

Italians, the, war to be transported into Spain by, i. 188.

-, -, desire to expel all foreigners from their country, 190, 193.

-, -, will give no aid to King of Spain, 196.

-, -, conspiracy of, to turn Ferdinand and Emperor Maximilian out of Italy, 213, 214, 216, 219.

-, -, will not contribute payment for troops, 558.

-, -, unfavourably impressed by war prospects, 613.

Ivrea, Bonifacius, Cardinal Bishop of Ferrero, ii. 386.

-, -, absent from the conclave, 389.

-, -, expected in Rome, 589.

-, -, in conclave, 593.



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