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Macedonia, Constantine, Prince of, i. 418.

Machados, Roger, his relation of English embassy to Spain and Portugal, i. 21.

Madrid, i. 52.

-, letter to Fray Alonso Lozano of, ii. 224.

-, letters dated from, i. 52, 53, 55, 149, 204, 291, 292
-, ii. 224, 685, 691, 699, 701.

Madryl, town of, ii. 211.

Mahew, Richard, royal commissioner, i. 33.

Mahomet, King of Tunis, letter of thanks from Francis I. to, ii. 669.

Maigni, Seigneur de, chancellor of Castile, i. 387.

Maître, Grand, ii. 514.

Majorca, the Bishop of, i. 264.

-, the, ware, 100.

-, people in state of discontent in, ii. 461.

-, assailed by the French, 579.

-, Rodrigo de, Knight Commander of, 609.

-, -, letters sent by, 628.

-, Viceroy of, orders sent to the, 223.

Malaga, the Bishop of, i. 227, 230.

Maldoñedo, Bishop of, ii. 650.

Malines, i. 370.

-, English ambassadors to be sent to, 393.

-, King of the Romans and the King Archduke at, 374.

-, proposed meeting of ambassadors at, 397.

-, ratification of treaty of marriage dated from, 455.

-, treaty dated from, ii. 114.

-, letters dated from, i. 385, 402-3.

Maluenda, Martin de, license to, i. 309.

Malverida, Martin de, license to, i. 3.

Malvesio, Lucio, Venetian captain, ii. 47.

Manrique, Alonso, inquisitor general, ii. 559.

-, Garcia, arrives at Nice, 662.

-, -, distinguished for courage and valour, 692.

-, Inigo, Don, i. 335, 350.

-, Pedro, major domo to the Princess of Wales, 246, 265, 282, 296, 303.

-, -, ii. 466.

-, -, the son of, i. 246.

-, Rodrigo, i. 159, 184, 189.

Mantua, ii. 500, 526, 677.

-, letter dated from, ii. 630.

-, Sigismundus Gonzaga, Cardinal of, see Gonzaga, 385, 389.

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

-, Marquis of, double-dealing practised on
-, made prisoner, ii. 22.

-, -, his wife negotiates with King Louis, 51.

-, -, takes town of Concordia, 361.

-, -, retires to his states, 416.

-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 426.

-, -, dissatisfied at non-payment by the Pope, 511.

-, -, receives large offers from Francis I., 551.

-, -, captain-general of Papal troops, 569, 580, 613.

-, -, faithful to the Imperial cause, 573.

-, -, included in treaties, 232, 292, 435.

-, -, mentioned at 266, 333, 401, 437, 540, 574, 641, 647, 692.

Manuel. Don Juan, i. 213, 266, 286, 347, 357, 371, 402.

-, -, accused of rendering bad services to King Ferdinand, ii. 138.

-, -, is to be carried away prisoner by Artieta, 139.

-, -, permission given by Maximilian for arrest or banishment of, 200.

-, -, the arrest and punishment of, 206, 215.

-, -, means by which Queen of England is dictated to by, 248.

-, -, proximity of, to Prince Charles very dangerous, 251.

-, -, ambassador from Charles V. to the Pope, 300.

-, -, account of interview with the Pope on the subject of the triple alliance between Pope, Henry VIII., and Emperor, given by, 300.

-, -, well and courteously received by the Pope, 301.

-, -, unreadiness of the Pope to conclude the triple alliance spoken of by, 303.

-, -, account of conversation of English ambassador with, 303.

-, -, annotations by Gattinara on despatch of, 306.

-, -, secret information respecting the Pope and Italian affairs, given by, 307.

-, -, opinion of Wolsey's character expressed by, 307.

-, -, anger of the Pope with, 309.

-, -, wishes to have the fleets and armies of Sicily and Naples at his disposal, 310.

-, -, reports upon ecclesiastical matters, 310.

-, -, sends the bull for preferment of Cardinal of England, 311.

-, -, remarks on the strange conduct of the English ambassador, 311.

-, -, wishes that Hieronymo de Vich should be sent away from Rome, 313.

-, -, gossip from England reported by, 314.

-, -, tells the Emperor of the bad reports spread of him in Italy, 314.

-, -, conversation of, with the Pope, 315.

-, -, begs the Pope not to nominate a legate in France, 315.

-, -, tells the Pope the reason of his bad treatment by the French, 317.

-, -, recounts what was said by French ambassador at secret audience of the Pope, 318.

-, -, begs the Emperor to communicate with him, not with strangers, 319.

-, -, conversation of, with the Pope, 320.

-, -, promises to defend the Pope, if attacked by the French, 321.

-, -, laments the delay in finally concluding negotiations with England, 321.

-, -, report by, of confidential conversation with the Pope on various topics, 322.

-, -, facility for espionage offered by the Pope to, 323.

-, -, urges the Emperor to conclude triple alliance, 324.

-, -, desires that ambassadorial communications should be made by none but himself, 325.

-, -, fears the effect the "Frenchman's" tempting offers may have on the Pope, 325.

-, -, result of conversation with the Pope held by, 327.

-, -, suspects the Pope's intentions, 328.

-, -, bold language used towards the Pope by, 329.

-, -, bond not to conclude treaty with France, procured from the Pope by, 330.

-, -, conversation of, with the Pope on conduct of the soldiery, 334.

-, -, would like to trick the French, 336.

-, -, offers to procure Swiss soldiers for the Pope, 337.

-, -, reproached by Pope with having given wrong information about the English, 338.

-, -, advises the Emperor to have interview with the Pope, 340.

-, -, details of warlike preparations by, 343.

-, -, secret communications made to, concerning the new English ambassador, 346.

-, -, suggests means to arouse the Pope's fears, 347.

-, -, hopes for the Pope's amendment physical and moral, 349.

-, -, complaints of the slow service of couriers made by, 350.

-, -, is suspected by the Pope, 351.

-, -, treaty of alliance with the Pope, signed by, 352.

-, -, begs the Emperor to ratify the treaty of alliance, 353.

-, -, conversation of, with the Pope on the affairs of Florence, 357.

-, -, interview of, with the Pope, 360.

-, -, declines the power given him with regard to Viceroy of Naples, 361.

-, -, desires Rodrigo Niño to go to Naples directly, 359.

-, -, orders sent to, by the Emperor, 364.

-, -, must urge the Pope to excommunicate King of France, 374.

-, -, advises Emperor to be in state of constant preparation for war with France, 375.

-, -, money borrowed by, to pay the Swiss, 380.

-, -, complains of his poverty, 382.

-, -, news of illness and death of the Pope sent to Emperor by, 382.

-, -, addresses the college of cardinals on death of Pope Leo X., 383.

-, -, repugnance of, to the intrigues and lies consequent on a Papal election, 383.

-, -, report made by, on state of parties in Rome, 384.

-, -, recounts the quarrels of the cardinals about the coming election of a Pope, 385, 387.

-, -, arrangements for securing an Imperial Pope made by, 386.

-, -, news of Papal election sent to the Emperor by, 393.

-, -, must go to speak to the Venetians concerning the alliance with Emperor and King of England, 398.

-, -, high opinion of new Pope expressed by, 399.

-, -, immediate interview between Pope, Emperor, and King of England, advised by, 400.

-, -, orders troops from Naples to maintain order in Rome, 401.

-, -, urges Pope to come direct to Rome, 402.

-, -, regarded as an enemy by the Pope, 403.

-, -, his distrust of Duke of Ferrara and Francesco Maria D'Urbino, 405.

-, -, wishes Charles V. to go by way of Italy to Spain, 405.

-, -, exhorts Emperor not to leave England until Italian affairs are provided for, 407.

-, -, warns the Emperor against Wolsey, 409.

-, -, suspected a "thunderstorm" was brewing, 411.

-, -, remarks on the changed feeling of the Pope since his election, 412.

-, -, intrigues against, 415.

-, difficulty of obtaining money complained of by, 417.

-, -, news of defeat of French sent to Charles V. by, 419.

-, -, disapproves of strangers being favoured before his own servants by the Emperor, 421.

-, -, mistrusted by Pope Adrian, 422.

-, -, mode of action to be pursued by Henry VIII., suggested by, 424.

-, -, desires to be removed from ambassadorial duties, 425, 463.

-, -, his error in not writing to the Pope, 429.

-, -, his opinion on the government of Italy, 436.

-, -, trusted at last by the Pope, 452.

-, -, his excellencies as ambassador, 457.

-, -, Emperor's visit to England approved by, 458.

-, -, reflections on past course of conduct of, 459.

-, -, is to instruct Richard Pace on going to Venice, 464.

-, -, request made to the Pope by, 471.

-, -, new instructions to be sent to Sanchez by, 477.

-, -, letter to be written by Emperor to, 482.

-, -, dangers incurred in Rome by, 483.

-, -, wrongly accused by Adrian, justified by Charles V., 484.

-, -, his repugnance to give obedience to "such a Pope," 486.

-, -, mention of a letter urging Venetian alliance by, 492.

-, -, remains in Rome, hoping for change in the Pope, 493.

-, -, appeal made for advice to, 497.

-, -, Duke of Sessa goes to, 499.

-, -, letters received by Sessa, addressed to, 500.

-, -, sees Hieronymo Adorno, 507.

-, -, designs of injuring the Church imputed to, 508.

-, surrounded by French spies, 509.

-, -, advises Emperor to send a grandee of Spain with the army to Italy, 510.

-, -, hatred of the Pope to, 512.

-, -, questionable means of raising money proposed by, 515.

-, -, excommunication of, threatened by the Pope, 521, 535.

-, -, enormities in Papal states perpetrated at the command of, 531.

-, -, his conduct at Pope Adrian's election alluded to, 532.

-, -, mentioned at 470, 524, 540.

-, -, Imperial ambassador in Rome, letters of, to :—

1520, May 2, the Emperor Charles V., ii. 300.

1520, May 12, do., 301.

1520, June 13, do., 306.

1520, June 26, do., 308.

1520, July 5, Guillaume de Croy, Seigneur de Chièvres, 309.

1520, July 5, do., 309.

1520, July 5, do., 310.

1520, July 13, do., 311.

1520, July 22, Emperor Charles V., 313.

1520, July 27, do., 313.

1520, Aug. 4, do., 314.

1520, Aug. 12, do., 315.

1520, Aug. 22, do., 316.

1520, Sept. 3, do., 316.

1520, Sept. 3, (duplicate in cipher).

1520, Sept. 8, do., 317.

1520, Sept. 12, do., 318.

1520, Sept. 25, do., 319.

1520, Sept. 26, do., 319.

1520, Oct. 2 or 12, do., 320.

1520, Oct. 2 or 12, do., 321.

1520, Oct. 19, do., 322.

1520, Oct. 26, do., 324.

1520, Oct. 28, do., 324.

1520, Nov. 3., do., 325.

1520, Nov. 9, do., 326.

1520, Nov. 14, do., 326.

1520, Nov. 20, do., 327.

1520, Dec. 3, do., 327.

1520, Dec. 12, do., 328.

1520, Dec. 20, do., 331.

1520, Dec. 31, do., 331.

1521, Jan. 7. do., 333.

1521, Jan. 28, do., 335.

1521, Jan. 30, do., 336.

1521, Feb. 6, do., 337.

1521, Feb. 13, do., 338.

1521, Feb. 25, do., (2) 339.

1521, Mar. 1, do., 340.

1521, Mar. 20, do., 341.

1521, Mar. 27, do., 342.

1521, April 3, do., 342.

1521, April 8, do., 343.

1521, April 27, do., 344.

1521, May 3, do., 346.

1521, May 12, do., 347.

1521, May 15, do., 349.

1521, May 22, do., 349.

1521, May 26, do., 350.

1521, May 29, do., 352.

1521, June 4, Emperor Charles V., 354.

1521, June 6, do., 354.

1521, June 18, do., 355.

1521, June 27, do., 355.

1521, July 2, do., 357.

1521, July 13, do., 359.

1521, Aug. 6, do., 360.

1521, Aug. 7, do., 361.

1521, Aug. 9, do., 362.

1521, Aug. 11, do., 362.

1521, Aug. 15, do., 363.

1521, Aug. 27, do., 371.

1521, Aug. 31, do., 372.

1521, Sept. 6, do., 374.

1521, Sept. 26, do., 376.

1521, Sept. 26 (?) do., 377.

1521, Oct. 17, do., 380.

1521, Nov. 27, do., 381.

1521, Dec. 2, do., 382.

1521, Dec. 11, do., 382.

1521, Dec. 19, do., 384.

1521, Dec. 24, do., 384.

1521, Dec. 28, do., 385.

1522, Jan. 6, do., 386.

1522, Jan. 8, do., 388.

1522, Jan. 11, do., 393.

1522, Jan. 20, Alonso Sanchez, 399.

1522, Jan. 29, Emperor Charles V., 399.

1522, Feb. 4, do., 401.

1522, Feb. 7, do., 401.

1522, Feb. 11, do., 402.

1522, Feb. 23, do., 404.

1522, Mar. 1, do., 405.

1522, Mar. 7, do., 406.

1522, Mar. 12, do., 408.

1522, Mar. 15, do., 408.

1522, Mar. 22, do., 411.

1522, April 1, do., 412.

1522, April 15, do., 413.

1522, April 21, do., 415.

1522, April 27, do., 416.

1522, April 29, do., 417.

1522, May 6, do., 419.

1522, May 16, do., 421.

1522, May 26, do., 423.

1522, May 31, do., 424.

1522, June 5, do., 427.

1522, June 18, do., 436.

1522, July 26, do., 458.

1522, Aug. 1, do., 463.

1522, Sept. 30, do., 483.

1522, Oct. 8, do., 485.

1522, Nov. 29, do., 509.

-, Don, King of Portugal, i. 115, 175.

-, -, reference made to, ii. 396-7.

-, Pedro, Don, presented to the bishopric of Leon, ii. 553.

-, Doña Elvira, lady of honour to the Princess of Wales, i. 246, 325, 347.

-, -, Marina, 182, 200.

Maravedis, value of, i. 7, 51.

Margaret, Archduchess of Austria, i. 213.

-, -, proposed marriage of, 382.

-, -, clause respecting dowry of, 387.

-, -, refuses to marry Henry VII., 393.

-, -, dissimulation of, 394.

-, -, Henry VII.'s friendship may be cooled by the refusal of, 395.

-, -, non-ratification of marriage treaty by, 400.

-, -, letter to Spanish ambassadors in France from, 403.

-, -, present from Henry VII. to, 430.

-, -, letters from Maximilian to, 432, 442, 454, 461, 466.

-, -, the Emperor's conference with, 445.

-, -, the disinclination and objections to marriage of, 446.

-, -, bond of, 450, 465.

-, -, ratification of treaty by, 465.

-, -, houses to be engaged at Cambray for, 466.

-, -, Henry VII. requests that his views may be broached secretly to Cardinal Amboise by, 468.

-, -, letter to ambassadors in England from, 468.

-, Madame (Archduchess), has consented to the marriage of Prince Charles with Princess Mary of England, ii. 5.

-, -, important business to be entrusted to, 27.

-, -, to be urged to more energetic action, 42.

-, -, Robert Wingfield, ambassador, goes to Flanders to see, 45.

-, -, what is to be said on King Ferdinand's part by his ambassador to, 71.

-, -, clauses of a treaty with England concluded in the name of her father by, 91.

-, -, is appointed commissioner by her father Maximilian, 112.

-, -, is entreated to use her influence with Maximilian, and point out his errors of policy, 137.

-, -, is willing to deliver up Juan Manuel as prisoner, 138.

-, -, is conferred with by Henry VIII. on certain marriages, 162.

-, -, note concerning Juan Manuel from Maximilian to, 199.

-, -, deference expressed by Ferdinand to the opinions of, 204.

-, -, observation by Ferdinand on thin women made to, 205.

-, -, assistance of, greatly desired by Ferdinand, 207.

-, -, letter of thanks from Ferdinand to, 211.

-, -, ambassadors to be sent to negotiate treaty of peace with, 214.

-, -, desires to marry Louis, King of France, 215, 221.

-, -, expediency of showing great honour to, 221.

-, -, marriage talked of between Duke of Milan and, 239.

-, -, advice on various matters offered by Ferdinand to, 242.

-, -, message of thanks for the interest in Prince Charles's affairs shown by, 250.

-, -, is to accompany Charles V. on his visit to King and Queen of England, 297.

-, -, treaty signed by, 371.

-, -, objection to certain church preferments made by, 547.

-, -, is to send an army to assist English against French, 556.

-, -, letters from, 619, 620.

-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII., Charles V., and Francis I., 664.

-, included in treaties, 232, 292, 435.

-, -, mention of, at 639, 648.

-, Queen of Scotland included in treaty, ii. 664.

-, -, clause in treaty respecting, 664.

-, the Duchess, aid given to Perkin Warbeck by, i. 59.

-, -, letters from, 61, 196, 198.

-, -, efforts of, 63, 110.

-, Duchess (of Savoy), 402.

-, Madame, see Princess Margaret.

-, the Princess (of Austria), marriage of, 74.

-, -, Henry VII. anxious for the departure of, 110.

-, -, to sail from Flanders, 119, 124.

-, -, letter from Isabella of Spain respecting, 120.

-, -, departure for Spain of, 137.

-, -, arrival at Southampton of, 137.

-, -, letter from Henry VII. to, 137.

-, -, Henry VII. proposes to visit, 138.

-, -, the Princess of Wales to speak French with, 156.

-, -, report of proposal from the King of France to marry, 161.

-, -, the imposture of Perkin Warbeck known to, 185.

-, -, objection made by the English to the King of France marrying, 192.

-, -, proposals for the marriage of, 193.

-, -, the proposed return to her father of, 194.

-, -, cabal to marry, 201.

-, -, mention of the King of Scots as likely to marry, 213, 225.

-, -, rumour that the Prince of Wales was to marry, 235.

-, -, as widow, provided for by Ferdinand and Isabella, 268.

-, -, mention of Henry VII. marrying, 402, 430.

-, -, (as Madame de Savoy), ambassadors sent by, 425.

-, -, letter to Henry VII. from, 437.

-, -, of England, the King of Scots to marry, 225.

Maria, the Infanta Doña, the King of Portugal to marry, i. 115.

-, -, the King of Scots should marry, 175.

-, -, advantageous for the King of France to marry, 192.

-, -, arrival of the King of Portugal in Spain in order to marry, 228.

-, -, proposed marriage of, with the Prince (Louis II.) of Hungary, ii. 161.

-, Princess, 144.

-, the Sancta, i. 1.

-, -, of Bilbao, 1.

-, -, of Fuentarabia, 1.

-, -, of San Sebastian, 1.

-, -, of Summaya, 1.

Marignan, battle of, gained by French, ii. 267.

Marino, ii. 493, 499, 500, 505, 508.

-, letters dated from, ii. 483, 487, 495, 502, 507.

Mark, Evrard de la, Bishop of Liege, Archbishop of Valencia, ii. 363.

-, Robert de la, an abettor of Luther, 333, 348.

-, -, cursed as the author of war of France on Italy, 359.

Marney, Henry, i. 359.

-, -, knight of the garter, ii. 442.

Marque, letters of, i. 4, 12.

-, -, ii. 231.

Marquisate of Dorset, i. 7.

Marriage of the Princess Katharine of Spain, i. 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13. (See also Princess Katharine, &c.)

-, the alliance and, (Spanish and English) proclamation of, 95.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella would not yet make public the, 98.

-, -, powers to negotiate, 102.

- articles, additions to, 243.

-, the, conditions of, 61.

-, Commissioners appointed by Henry VII. to confer with Spanish ambassador respecting, 77.

- contract, conditions of, 70.

- -, discussions respecting, 102.

- -, dispensation for, 148.

- ceremony, date of, 209.

- -, what took place at, 210.

- -, repetition of, 240, 242, 249.

- -, propriety of repeating, 243.

- -, attestation of, 244.

- -, wishes of Henry VII. respecting, 112.

- portion of the Princess Katharine of Spain, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 18, 23, 27, 29, 33, 37, 39, 48, 83, 86, 87, 95, 105, 111, 123, 129, 220, 221, 244, 252, 259, 264, 267, 270, 277, 279, 281, 283, 290, 299, 300, 301, 304, 305, 306, 307, 367, 376, 403, 407, 408, 415, 417, 421, 425, 428, 452, 462, 463, 465.

- - of Doña Juana, 26.

- - of the Queen of Naples, 327.

- - offered by the King of France, 111, 219.

-, treaty of, between the Princess Katharine of Spain and Arthur, Prince of Wales, 129.

-, -, articles of, 123.

-, -, commissioners to conclude, 3.

-, -, conclusion of, 132, 165, 313.

-, -, conditions of, 165.

-, -, directions given to de Puebla concerning, 122.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella agree to the clauses of, 139.

-, -, ratification of, 314, 316.

-, -, between Ferdinand of Spain and Germaine de Foix, 377.

- of Princess Katharine of Wales, ambassador sent to England to arrange difficulties concerning the, ii. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19.

- -, mention made of the, 1 to 19.

- -, conditions specified by Henry VII. for the, 2.

- -, directions given to Membrilla concerning the, 8.

- portion, repayment never to be asked by Queen Juana of the, 10.

- -, arrangements made for payment of the, 16.

- -, amount of the, 18.

- -, account of manner of paymentof the, 18.

-, Spanish ambassador to be present at the, 19.

-, completion of the, with Henry VIII., 19.

- of Archduke Charles and Princess Mary of England, ratification of, 10, 13, 14.

- dower proposed for Madame Renée, 172, 188.

- - - for Madame Eleanor, 202.

-, treaty of, between Emperor Charles V. and Princess Mary (daughter of Henry VIII.) of England, 1521, 25 Aug., 365 to 371.

- dower, manner of paying the, of Princess Mary, 365.

- -, amount of, 365, 366.

- -, increase to be made in, in case Princess Mary do not succeed to the crown of England, 366.

- arrangements in anticipation of death of the Queen of France, 632 to 635.

Marsin, Francis, instructions to, and report of, i. 359.

-, -, letter from Henry VII. to, 395.

-, -, letter to William de Croy from, 398.

Marsau, Monsieur de St., ambassador from France to Rome, ii. 320.

-, -, has secret audience of Pope Leo X., 323.

-, -, concludes treaty with the Pope, 336.

-, -, sent with congratulations to Pope Clement VII., and proposals of peace from Francis I., 601, 602.

-, -, still in France, holds power to conclude truce, 671.

-, -, expected in Rome, 676.

Marseilles, armaments and fleet at, ii. 554, 651 652.

-, embarkation of French cardinals at 590.

-, projected attack and defence of, 659, 662.

- well provisioned in every way, 667.

-, Imperial army obliged to raise the siege of, 669, 681.

-, Bishop of, ambassador of King of France, 159.

-, camp before, letters dated from the, 662, 669.

Marshal, the, acting with D'Albret in Brittany, i. 29, 30.

-, ? the, interview with the Pope of, ii. 537, 538.

-, shews secretly to the Pope, a power to conclude a truce, 540.

-, mentioned at, 541.

Martin, Don, chaplain to Ferdinand and Isa bella, i. 30, 35, 91, 96, 97, 103, 179.

-, Johan, permission to freight vessel with English cloth given to, 308.

-, Ochoa, letter of protection to, 51.

Martina, Doña, lady of honour to the Princess of Wales, i. 246.

Martinez, Ambres, baker to Princess of Wales, i. 247.

-, Andres, wife of, 246.

Martyn, Ochoe, license to, i. 51.

Martyr, Peter, letter to Count Tendilla and the Archbishop of Granada from, i. 42.

-, -, quoted in note, ii. 79.

Mary, the Princess, of England, daughter of Henry VII., order of Henry VII. respecting, i. 338.

-, -, marriage proposed for, 430.

-, -, marriage of Archduke Charles with, 437.

-, -, the King of France complains of the marriage proposed for, 442.

-, -, treaty to be ratified on solemnization of marriage between the Prince of Spain and, 443.

-, -, jointure of, 444.

-, -, dower of, 444.

-, -, message from Ferdinand of Aragon respecting, 459.

-, -, Ferdinand does not oppose the marriage of, 463.

-, -, time of the marriage of, 465.

-, -, commissioners to perform the marriage ceremonies with, 466.

-, -, testimonials of the marriage of, 469.

-, -, proposed marriage with Prince Charles of, mentioned at, ii. 162, 226, 438.

-, -, betrothed to Prince Charles, 219.

-, -, circumstances under which her marriage portion will be increased, 366.

-, -, dower to be given by Emperor to, 366.

-, -, her marriage published by merchants prematurely in England, 379.

-, -, Emperor Charles desires description of, 395.

-, -, receives Charles V. at Greenwich, 430.

-, -, promises to become a handsome lady, 448.

-, -, dispensation asked for marriage of Prince Charles with, 604.

-, -, of Spain, marriage of, i. 160.

-, -, care to be taken that those in the interest of Spain surround the, ii. 178.

-, Queen Dowager of France, proposal respecting payment of jointure of, 633.

-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII., Charles V., and Francis I., 663.

-, -, clause concerning payment of dower of, 664.

Massa, Marchioness of, marriage of, ii. 301.

Mass-book, oath of English Commissioners on, i. 9.

Matarote, Bernardino, taken prisoner by Andrea Doria, ii. 456.

Matheo, Johan, or Gian Matteo Giberto, secretary to the Pope, "good and honest," ii. 302, 303, 304, 306.

-, -, leads Pope Leo, 310.

-, -, renders good service to the Emperor, 340.

-, -, approves a letter from Emperor on Martin Luther, 342.

-, -, sent by the Pope to Juan Manuel, 351.

-, -, sealed with the seal of the Pope the treaty of alliance, 352.

-, -, letter from Emperor to, 358.

-, -, does not wish to become a cardinal, but desires money, 376.

-, -, Datary, the, his opinion much in request, 595.

-, -, complains of broken Imperial promises, 601.

-, -, his good will worth securing, 607.

-, -, suspicions entertained of, 675.

-, -, dishonest representations made to the Pope by, 681.

-, -, possesses the confidence of Pope Clement, 690.

-, -, is to receive due reward for his perfidy, 700.

-, -, his stratagem to damage the Imperial party, 705.

-, -, mentioned at 327, 574, 597, 622.

Maximilian I., King of the Romans, joins the league, i. 55.

-, -, a Spanish Princess to marry a son of, 61.

-, -, ambassadors at the court of, 61.

-, -, Spanish ambassadors at the court of, 69.

-, -, De Puebla nominated ambassador to England from, 80.

-, -, letter to, 80, 130.

-, -, league between Spain and England to except, 86.

-, -, document written by, 93.

-, -, an alliance with Henry VII. more advantageous to Spain than one with, 186.

-, -, the power of, 384.

-, -, Henry VII. to aid, 395.

-, -, Henry VII. holds communication with, 399.

-, -, the Princess Mary of England to marry the grandson of, 399.

-, -, ratification of treaty of marriage by, 446, 454.

-, -, Johannes de Berghes commissioned to go to England by, 465.

Maximilian, Emperor, called promiscuously King of the Romans, Emperor elect, or, up to the end of the year 1518, ii. 23.

-, -, an alliance desired by Ferdinand with England and the, 26.

-, -, not to be relied upon, 27.

-, -, Madame Margaret's aid desired with her father the, 31.

-, -, confirmation of treaty by the, 35.

-, -, Robert Wingfield nominated ambassador to, 45.

-, -, union of the, indispensable to the princes of Christendom, 51.

-, -, copy of bull of excommunication of Pope Julius to be sent to the, 64.

-, -, what Lanuza, who is sent ambassador to Flanders, is to say to the, 71.

-, -, clause in the league with the Pope, &c., by which title of "Emperor of the Occident and Orient" is to be given to the, 81.

-, -, consequences likely to accrue from the alliance of the Pope with the, 86.

-, -, condemnation by Ferdinand of the conduct of, 87.

-, -, is entreated to help Ferdinand against France, 87.

-, -, necessity for peace between Venice and the, 88.

-, -, must maintain the engagement between Prince Charles and Princess Mary, 90.

-, -, no separate peace must be made with France by the, 103.

-, -, negotiations for peace with France and Italy should be carried on by the, 109.

-, -, all prelates, his subjects, are to be recalled from the schismatic council by the, 113.

-, -, delay for signing treaty granted by Louis of France to the, 131.

-, -, consequences of the obstinacy of the, 133.

-, -, must make peace with Venice, 145.

-, -, instructions to Gabriel Orti as to what he is to say to the, 153.

-, -, is accused of ingratitude and suspicion, 166.

-, -, the alliance of the Swiss must be preserved by the, 178.

-, -, binds himself to invade France in person, 179.

-, -, secret communications to be made by Pedro de Urea to the, 185.

-, -, -, by Quintana to the, 188.

-, -, offers made by Louis XII. if peace is made with France by the, 188.

-, -, Madame Margaret entreated to use her influence to get peace with France concluded by the, 199.

-, -, note from, concerning the arrest of Juan Manuel, 199.

-, -, discovery of a conspiracy of the Italians against the, 214.

-, -, Pope Leo X. declares peace between the Venetians and the, 215.

-, -, peace of Christendom desired by the, 218.

-, -, a courteous letter to the Swiss should be written by, 228.

-, -, acknowledgment of loan from King of France given by the, 229.

-, - dilatory policy of the, complained of by Ferdinand, 239.

-, -, message of thanks from Ferdinand to the, 250.

-, -, antipathy of, to contract marriage, 255.

-, -, letter from, to Count Carpi, ambassador in Rome, announcing the loss of Milan, 260.

-, -, has concluded new treaty with the Swiss, 260.

-, must not be permitted to meet the Pope and King of France, 267.

-, -, reference made to, 567.

-, -, his partisans to be amnestied, 570.

-, -, treaties ratified by, 33, 35.

-, -, commissions, powers, &c., of 52, 112, 114, 162, 286.

-, -, bonds of, i. 449 (2), 450, 466.

-, -, letters from, 393, 399, 400, 402, 432, 442, 454 (2), 455, 461, 466.

-, -, -, ii. 199, 260.

-, -, letters to, i. 80, 130, 385, 388, 393, 394, 395, 397, 399, 400, 401 (2).

-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII. and Louis XII., March, 1510, ii. 35.

-, -, treaties and alliances with, 442, 443, 445.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :—

1509, Dec. 12, King Ferdinand, ii. 38.

1512, Nov. 19 (?), Pope Julius II., Kings of England and Spain, and Duke of Milan, 79.

1512, Nov. 19 (?), Pope Julius II., 82.

1513, Jan. (?), Margaret of Austria in name of Maximilian and English ambassadors, 91.

1513, April 1, Ferdinand and Charles of Spain, Kings of France and Scotland, Duke of Gueldres, 104.

1513, April 5, the Pope, Leo X., Kings of England and Spain, 112.

1513, Oct. 17, Kings of England and Spain, Queen Juana, and Prince Charles, 162.

1513, Dec. 6 (?), King Henry VIII. and King Ferdinand, 179.

1514, Mar. 13, Henry VIII., Ferdinand, Prince Charles, Louis XII. of France, and James V. of Scotland, 207.

1514, May 4, Pope Leo X. and King Ferdinand, 223.

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

1515, Feb. 12, Leo X., Kings of England and Spain, the Duke of Milan, republic of Florence, and the Swiss confederacy, 262.

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

1518, Oct. 2, the Pope, Charles King of Spain, François I. of France, and Henry VIII., 290.

Maximilian Sforza, Duke of Milan, see Milan, Duke of.

-, - designs of King Ferdinand against, ii. 170.

-, -, grand-daughter of Ferdinand and Maximilian, Emperor, not to marry, 188.

-, -, clause in treaty concerning, 207.

-, -, continual war with France cannot be carried on for the sake of, 220.

-, -, proposed marriage of, with a daughter of France, 221.

-, -, pensions granted to the Swiss by, 222.

-, -, his restoration spoken of, 519, 520.

Mayence, Albertus, Marquis of Brandenburg, Cardinal of, ii. 390.

Mayors, bonds of, i. 447, 449.

Mayorete, ratification of marriage by Princess Katharine dated from, i. 203.

-, treaty signed at, ii. 207.

-, power of King Ferdinand dated at, 208.

Meautis, John, secretary to the King of England, French pensions paid to, ii. 247, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 325, 346.

Mechlen, i. 451.

Medicis, de, the family of, great offers to be made to the new Pope respecting, ii. 106, 374.

-, -, treaty between the Pope, Maximilian, King Ferdinand, Duke of Milan, Florence, Genoa, Swiss confederacy, and German (Suabian) league, 252.

-, -, to be placed under the protection of Charles V., 596, 598.

-, -, Count Carpi influenced by his friendship for, 601.

-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII., Charles V., and Francis I., 664.

-, -, their interests threatened by the French, 674.

-, -, included in treaty of London, Oct. 2, 1518, 293.

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

-, Cardinal, John, elected Pope, see Leo, Pope.

-, -, assumes the name of Leo X., 106.

-, Cardinal, Julius de, all powerful with Pope Leo, 301.

-, -, good opinion expressed by Juan Manuel of, 301.

-, -, courtesy shown to Imperial ambassador by, 301.

-, -, conspiracy to assassinate, 315.

-, -, secret communications made by the Pope to, 323.

-, -, in Rome, 327.

-, -, and the bishopric of Jaen, 328.

-, -, promised church preferment in France, 329.

-, -, pension on see of Toledo to be secured to, 336.

-, -, bishopric of Zamora proposed for, 337.

-, -, and refused by, 341.

-, -, interview and conversation of Raphael de Medicis with, 344.

-, -, proposals on the part of the Emperor made to, 345.

-, -, shows but little goodwill towards Emperor, 348.

-, -, his dissatisfaction increases, 351.

-, -, made Bishop of Worcester, 354.

-, -, interview of Rodrigo Niño with, 358.

-, -, eager acceptance of pension and other favours from the Emperor by, 359.

-, -, designated legate to the army of the Pope, 363.

-, goes as legate to the army, 377.

-, -, strong party in Rome in favour of the election as Pope of, 384, 385.

-, -, promises to support the Imperial candidate if his own election is impossible, 386.

-, -, meets with opposition, 387.

-, -, in the conclave, 388 to 393.

-, -, has rendered great service to the Emperor during the Papal election, 393.

-, -, ordered to deliver up Ostia, 413.

-, -, French courier intercepted by, 415.

-, -, suspected as a French partisan, 437.

-, -, reconciliation of the Pope Adrian with, 446.

-, -, services rendered in the affair of Cardinal of Volterra, 546, 547.

-, -, advantages to be expected from election as Pope of, 558.

-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 560.

-, -, articles of league debated and agreed upon by, 569.

-, -, is to confer with Duke of Sessa on state affairs, 574.

-, -, his enmity to Cardinal Colonna, 584.

-, -, influence to be used for, 587.

-, -, thought to have small chances of election, 588.

-, -, in the conclave, 589 to 595.

-, -, confederacy against, 590.

-, -, his election as Pope, 591.

-, -, assumes the name of Clement VII., 594.

-, -, mentioned at 353, 405, 436, 464, 516, 524, 535, 540, 551, 596, 600.

-, Giovanni de, captain-general of the army of Pope Leo, ii. 327.

-, -, joins the French, 681, 699.

-, -, commands in the French army, 683.

-, -, a skirmish at Lodi with the troops of, 694.

-, -, he and his light horse regardless of danger, 706.

-, -, Giuliano de, the Magnificent, a relative of King Ferdinand to be proposed in marriage to, ii. 156.

-, -, pensions to be paid by Francis I. to, 259.

-, -, his son offered in marriage to the sister-in-law (Madame Renée) of Francis, 615.

-, Hypolite de, the sister-in-law of Francis I., and the crown of Naples offered to, ii. 615.

-, Lorenzo de, proposed marriage with Doña Teresa Cardona of, ii. 251.

-, -, pension and troops to be given by Francis I. to, 260.

-, -, protection and assistance to be given by France to Giuliano and, 266.

-, -, news concerning the army in Italy from, 339.

-, -, proposal of marriage of the second son of France with the daughter of, 615, 683.

-, Raphael de, ii. 309.

-, -, negotiates between Emperor and Pope, 314.

-, -, papers concerning Wolsey's appointment as legate sent to, 315.

-, -, is ordered to go to France, 317.

-, -, recommended to the Emperor by Juan Manuel, 321.

-, -, letter to the Emperor from, 344.

-, -, sent on mission to Cardinal de Medicis, 344.

-, -, explains the intentions of Henry VIII., 348.

-, -, secrets betrayed to Count Carpi by, 351.

-, -, obtains the treaty with the Emperor, signed and sealed by the Pope, 352.

-, -, letter to the Emperor from, 353.

-, -, efforts made by, to get the triple alliance concluded, 353.

-, -, chamberlain to the Emperor, gone to Switzerland, 510.

-, -, mentioned at 319, 327, 349.

Medii fructus, ii. 494, 539.

Medina del Campo
-, commissions, letters, &c., dated from, i. 21, 24, 29, 34, 143, 219, 244, 327, 338, 339, 391
-, ii. 98, 227.

-, -, -, ii. 98.

-, chief butler to the Princess of Wales, i. 247.

-, Ferdinando de, declaration made by, ii. 340.

Mediterranean Sea, the, ii. 74, 533.

Mejorada, convent of, ii. 132.

Melcombe, in England, the King of Castile driven to land at, i. 379.

Melegnano, ii. 697.

Melzi, French defeated at, ii. 681.

Membrilla, (see Fuensalida,) Knight Commander of, i. 411, 457.

-, -, Spanish ambassador to England, 470.

-, -, Ferdinand approves the conduct of, 457.

-, -, the best price must be got for the Spanish jewelry by, 458.

-, -, message to be given to the Princess of Wales by, 460.

-, -, conduct to be observed by, 464.

Memoir, anonymous, on the formation of a good army, ii. 181.

-, addressed by Louis XII. of France to the Duke of Suffolk, 243.

- addressed by Luis Caroz to Friar Juan de Eztuniga, provincial of Aragon, 248.

- of the last acts and instructions of King Ferdinand, 277.

- of the Privy Council of Castile, on the opportunity of a marriage between Charles V. and a Princess of Portugal, 396.

- of Richard Pace and Imperial ambassadors in Venice, 566.

Memorandum concerning marriage portion of Princess Katharine, i. 4, 5.

Memorial of clauses omitted in Spanish treaty with the King of the Romans, i. 24.

Mena, Lope de, servant of Pedro de Urea, ii. 147.

Mendoza, Francisco de, is warned by Juan Manuel, ii. 333.

-, -, escapes from prison in France, 498.

-, Lope Hurtado de, sentiments of Pope Adrian towards Emperor recounted by, 403.

-, -, goes to Spain. 409.

-, -, advises Emperor to gain favour by giving obedience to Pope Adrian, 423.

-, -, news of the Pope sent from Tortosa by, 446.

-, -, conveys complimentary message from Adrian VI. to Charles V., 452.

-, -, conversation with the Pope reportedby, 453.

-, -, remarks on want of style in Pope Adrian's mode of living, 460.

-, -, report on the Pope and hismovements, 465.

-, -, praises Adrian's behaviour towards the French, 470.

-, -, loss of a ship with letters sent by, 471.

-, -, has recovered and intends going to Rome, 481.

-, -, news of, and advice on, the war with France, 482.

-, -, approves that the Emperor has written to the Pope, 502.

-, -, state of Italian affairs explained by Hieronymo Adorno to, 507.

-, -, an audience promised by the Pope to, 514.

-, -, his conversation with the Pope, 517.

-, -, interview with an enraged Pope, 521.

-, -, must persuade Pope Adrian todeclare against France, 524.

-, -, friendly messages sent to Adrian through, 536.

-, -, begs rewards may be given to the Pope's servants, 547.

-, -, desires payment of salary, 598.

-, -, mentioned at 541.

-, -, letters of, 334, 403 (2), 413, 414, 422, 423, 428, 446, 452, 456, 460 (2), 465, 470, 481, 502, 513, 517, 521, 536, 546, 547, 583, 594, 598, 617 (3), 622.

-, -, letter to, from Charles V., 606.

-, Don Pedro de, daughter of, i. 246.

-, -, ii. 445.

Meran, ii. 329.

-, Venetians desire the restoration of, 571.

Merchants, Catalonian and Italian, information respecting France and England sent to, i. 195.

- in Spain, money remitted by Henry VII. to, 42.

-, treatment in Spain of English, 52.

-, De Puebla to do his best for, 68.

-, Spanish, 71, 85, 168.

- and subjects of King of France to be protected, ii. 234.

Méricourt, Monsieur Henry de, letter to the treasurer Salamanca from, ii. 547.

- Mayordomo, 584.

Merueña, Francisco de, clerk of the household to the Princess of Wales, i. 247.

Mesa, Bernardo de, Bishop of Tripoli and of Badajoz, envoy extraordinary from King Ferdinand to King of France, ii. 226.

-, -, message from King Ferdinand to be given King of France by, 226.

-, -, instructions as to negotiations to be made with King of France by, 234.

-, -, is to ascertain truth of report of marriage of King of France to Princess Mary of England, 235.

-, -, power sent by King Ferdinand to, to conclude treaties with France, 236.

-, -, sent as standing Spanish ambassador to England, 250.

-, -, power sent to, to renew old treaties between England and Spain, 254.

-, -, treaty concluded with England by, 256.

-, -, news sent from England by, 261.

-, -, appointed commissioner by King Ferdinand to conclude treaty with England, 268.

-, -, delivers presents from Ferdinand to Henry VIII., 270.

-, -, conversation with King of England on Italian affairs of, 274.

-, -, as Bishop of Elna, mentioned in memoir of King Ferdinand, 278.

-, -, is retained as ambassador in England by Charles V., 283, 321.

-, -, salary of, to be doubled, 283.

-, -, appointed commissioner to conclude treaty on the part of Queen and King of Spain, 284.

-, -, power of attorney given by Charles V., King of Spain, to, 287.

-, -, an instrument concerning meeting between Charles V. and Henry VIII. signed by, 299.

-, -, death of, 649.

-, -, letter from, to King Ferdinand, 273.

-, -, letters to, 226, 234.

Messina, Archbishop of, impoverished state of, ii. 312.

Metania, ii. 510.

Mézières, ii. 378.

-, importance of, 379.

Michael, Prince, Infante of Castile, i. 205.

Michel, portraits of Duchess of Savoy by, i. 370.

Middleburgh, town of, i. 451, 455.

-, letters dated thence, ii. 287.

Middleton, Robert, i. 77.

Milan, i. 43, 68, 84, 102, 125, 130, 156, 213, 217, 218.

-, ambassadors from, 42, 156, 163, 197.

-, King of France busy at, 286.

-, Louis XII. gone to, ii. 7.

-, Italy approached by way of, 46.

-, mischievous consequences likely to ensue if France recovers possession of, 86.

-, French still in possession of fortress of, 99, 117, 540, 544.

-, discontent of the people of, with their Duke, 123.

- to be delivered into the keeping of Ferdinand, 123.

-, proposal to make Infante Ferdinand Duke of, 124.

-, conquest of, by La Trémouille, 187.

-, Spanish ambassador in, 223.

-, the Swiss try for the mastery of, 224.

-, Francis I. is called upon to renounce his claims to, 254.

-, King of France claims to be Duke of, 259.

-, the French conquer the whole of, 260, 267.

-, salt used in, to be taken from Papal States, 266.

-, the Pope recognizes Emperor Charles V.'s rights on, 310.

-, the French in, 327.

-, victory over the French at, 381.

-, news concerning, 408, 568, 683.

-, threatened with revolution by the French, 527.

-, circumstances under which dangers would threaten, 528.

-, castle of, to be delivered up to the Pope, 529.

-, conditions proposed by Emperor with regard to, 530, 542.

-, help to be given by Venetians if needed by, 571.

-, festivities in, 579.

-, evacuated by the French, 597.

-, truce projected between the Emperor, France, &c., and, 614.

- promised as dowry with daughter of Lorenzo de Medicis, 615.

-, clause in projected treaty concerning, 631, 635.

-, Richard Pace at, 647.

-, Francis I. demands the restitution of, 666.

-, pestilence drives away all merchants, no money to be had in, 667.

-, Imperial army retired from, 675.

-, designs of Francis I. upon, 676.

-, fears of the French sacking, 677.

-, destitute state of, 679.

-, great impression made in England by the loss of, 682.

-, conditions on which the son of the King of France shall receive the investiture of, 689.

-, mentioned at, 71, 72, 90, 91, 122, 123, 141, 168, 172, 182, 183, 184, 187, 189, 193, 194, 195, 197, 201, 205, 220, 222, 224, 228, 229, 234, 235, 238, 241, 245, 260, 263, 267, 328, 357, 360, 506, 521, 524, 535, 551, 553, 577, 578, 580, 587, 590, 591, 604, 607, 608, 609, 622, 642, 674, 687, 693, 699, 703.

-, letters dated from, ii. 405, 516, 537, 554, 578, 598, 606, 627, 628.

-, duchy of, French forced to abandon, 71.

-, -, proposals as to the disposal of, 71, 139.

-, -, lost by King of France, 145.

-, -, must not be allowed to fall into possession of King of France again, 169.

-, -, rights of Emperor Maximilian to the, 170.

-, -, to be given as dower to Princess Renée, 192, 196.

-, -, to be delivered into King Ferdinand's care (when conquered) for Madame Renée and Infante Ferdinand, 197.

-, -, Swiss try to become masters of the, 224, 228.

-, -, promise made by Maximilian with regard to the, 230.

-, -, Louis XII. explains his rights upon, 244.

-, -, clause in summons to Francis I. concerning the, 254.

-, -, conditions on which King of France will renounce his claims upon, 485.

-, -, claimed as rightful inheritance by Francis I., 537.

-, -, Francis I. desires restitution of the, 661.

-, -, unjust treatment of the Emperor with regard to the, 690.

-, -, mentioned at 125, 126, 183, 186, 200, 202, 218, 223, 236, 266, 350, 610, 611, 613, 661, 684.

-, Maximilian Sforza, Duke of, (see Maximilian Sforza).

-, -, motives ascribed to Ferdinand regarding, i. 42.

-, -, special agreement with the Pope concluded by, 55.

-, -, ambassadors sent to, 62.

-, -, daughter of, 62.

-, -, member of the league, 65, 84, 95.

-, -, opposed by King of France, 70.

-, -, Novara desired by, 74.

-, -, fortresses to be delivered to the father-in-law of, 84.

-, -, desires news of Perkin Warbeck, 130.

-, -, polite message to Henry VII. from, 156.

-, -, letter from the ambassador of, 157.

-, -, intentions of, 190.

-, -, marriage proposed by, 198.

-, -, marriage proposed for the son of, 204.

-, -, is to be left at peace, ii. 213.

-, -, marriage mentioned between Mde. Margaret and the, 239, 242.

-, -, marriage to be negotiated between Queen of Sicily and, 255.

-, -, at Pavia, 467.

-, -, his messenger, with money and letters, made prisoner by the Swiss, 469.

-, -, collecting money, 471.

-, -, does not ratify the capitulation of Novara, 472.

-, -, urges Alonso Sanchez to complete the Venetian alliance, 492.

-, -, to renew old treaties with Swiss, 498.

-, -, letters intercepted by, 503.

-, -, to do his best to increase dissensions in Switzerland, 515.

-, -, protection promised by Charles V. to, 519.

-, -, his pretensions favoured by Emperor, 531.

-, -, receives letters from Imperial ambassadors in England, 536.

-, -, to be punished in case he injures Papal States, 544.

-, -, letter from Emperor to, 559.

-, -, is surety for the Infante, 563.

-, -, to be included in defensive alliance with Pope, England, Emperor, &c., 568.

-, -, concludes treaty with Emperor, Henry VIII., Infante Ferdinand, and Venice, 570.

-, -, sends money to the Infante, 573.

-, -, joins the league, 587.

-, -, ready to obey the Duke of Bourbon, 597.

-, -, has paid his contribution towards the league, 603.

-, -, disapproves the disbanding of Imperial army, 622.

-, -, is to aid in Imperial enterprise against Provence, 626.

-, -, Emperor desires the presence at Swiss Diet of ambassadors from, 644.

-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII., Charles V., and Francis I., 664.

-, -, collects money, promises contributions to war expenses, 677.

-, -, payments to be made to, 687.

-, -, his investiture sent to Rome and Venice, 695.

-, -, is to surrender the castle, 706.

-, -, mention of, 463, 513, 627, 641, 691.

-, -, included in treaty of Lille, 163.

-, -, other treaties, 180, 435.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :

1512, Nov. 19 (?), Pope Julius II., King Ferdinand, and Emperor Maximilian, 79.

1515, Feb. 1 (?), Pope Leo X., Emperor Maximilian, King Ferdinand, the family of the de Medicis, Florence, Genoa, the Swiss confederacy, and the German (Suabian) league, 252.

1515, Sept. (?), Leo. X., Emperor Maximilian, King Ferdinand, Henry VIII., republic of Florence, Swiss confederacy, 262.

-, Duchess of, proposed in marriage to Giuliano de Medicis, 156.

-, -, daughter of, proposed in marriage to Duke Maximilian, 170.

Milanese, i. 66, 218.

-, exiles, ii. 519, 544.

-, rejoicing at conclusion of peace by, the, 692.

Military orders, ii. 597.

Minerva. Thomas de Vio, Cajetano, Cardinal, ii. 385.

-, -, -, in conclave, 389.

-, -, -, one of the leaders of the anti-imperial party, 401.

Mint, new regulations of the, i. 206.

Miranda, Martin de, i. 4.

-, Pedro de, Spanish merchant, 1.

-, Peter de, Spanish merchant, 51.

Mirandola, Count of, ii. 381, 459.

-, -, to be included in truce with France, 425.

Modena taken by the Pope, ii. 53.

-, the Pope negotiates to get possession of, 487.

-, treaty with Duke of Ferrara concerning, 509.

-, the Pope insists on restitution of, 515.

-, the Emperor's claims on, 532.

-, promised to the Pope by Francis I., 676.

-, mentioned at 340, 513, 524, 535, 539, 544, 552, 573, 580, 582, 583, 588, 597, 601, 603, 622, 641, 642, 699.

Molambers, Monsieur de, ii. 449.

Mollete, Jayme, influences Pope Adrian, ii. 494.

Monaco, Seigneur of, ii. 487, 656.

Moncada, Ugo de, Don, Viceroy of Sicily, ii. 310, 312, 707.

-, -, to sail in search of the French, 579.

-, -, to be consulted by de la Roche, 640.

-, -, commander of the Imperial fleet, 651,

-, -, neither killed nor prisoner, but escapes, 697.

-, -, prudent and excellent, but unlucky, 702.

Moncarlier, ii. 646.

-, letter dated from, 647.

Mondake, John de, license to, i. 26.

Money, English, marriage portion in, i. 12.

- affairs, ii. 582, 584, 627.

Monferrato, ii. 459.

-, sums owed by, 467.

-, Marchioness of, pays her subsidy, 471.

-, Marquis of, included in treaties, ii. 232, 292, 435.

Monreal, Abbacy of, for the Cardinal of Volterra, ii. 502.

Montaragon, ii. 616.

Montauban, Seigneur de, in Brittany, ii. 35.

Monte, Antonio Ciocchi de, Cardinal di San Vital, Sta. Praxade, Archbishop of Siponte, 385, 538.

-, -, in conclave, 388, 390, 391, 392, 393, 592.

-, -, guided by Cardinal of Volterra, 501.

-, -, desires to become Pope, 593.

Montebus, Franciscus de, ambassador of the King of Naples, i. 157.

Monteferrato ruined by its garrisons, ii. 582.

-, Duchess of, wishes to marry M. de Bourbon, 429.

Montmorency, French ambassador in Venice, ii. 468.

-, gone with money to Switzerland, 514.

-, intercepts succour to Pavia, 706.

-, prisoner at Pavia, 709.

-, Admiral, 640.

-, Jean de, Seigneur de Courrières, letter to, from Emperor, 639.

-, -, is charged with a triumphant letter to England, 639.

Montoya, Katharine de, i. 246.

Moors, i. 1, 2, 4, 9, 18, 26, 28, 40, 63, 64, 100, 218, 241, 256, 258, 365, 382.

-, ii. 27, 48, 166, 175.

-, 1,000 converted, proposed to be added to Spanish army, 182.

Mora, Juan de, nephew of, i. 247.

Morales, treasurer, money paid by, i. 98, 232.

-, Pedro, chaplain to Princess of Wales, i. 246.

-, equerry to Princess of Wales, 247.

-, the niece of, 246.

- and wife to return with Princess Katharine to Spain, ii. 5.

-, portion of the Princess Katharine's dower paid by, 18.

-, niece of, 38.

- (Morlaix), taken and destroyed by the English, 455.

More, Thomas, ii. 299.

Moreta, envoy extraordinary of King of France, ii. 314.

-, to be housed in the Pope's palace, 315.

Morone, ii. 387.

-, Hieronymo, 461, 677.

-, -, holds a council of war with others, 566.

Mortagne may carry on commerce with dominions of Prince of Castile, ii. 276.

Mortaigne, ii. 35.

Mortara, Marquis, to be appointed captain, ii. 235.

Mortes, Argues, i. 194.

Mortimer, John, passport, &c., in favour of, i. 40.

Moscovites, Prince of the, ii. 591.

Mosquera, Christopher, Spanish ambassador in Brittany, i. 34.

Mota, Maestro, money sent to, ii. 239, 283.

-, -, Bishop of Palencia, 332.

Mother, the, of the King of France, ii. 331, 341, 454, 621, 622, 688.

Motte, Monsieur de la, a gentleman from the King of France, ii. 358.

-, certain cities of Italy surrendered to the Emperor by, 487.

Mountjoy, Lord William, ii. 20.

Ms. (Mercurinus de Gattinara), signature, ii. 419.

Mouzon, taken from the French, ii. 379.

Mudarra, Doña Martina, i. 246.

Murcia, i. 3.

Mus, Gerard del Arco, Castellan of, ii. 694.

Muxica, Francisco de, ii. 448.

-, Martin de, envoy extraordinary to England, 64.

-, -, received by the King and Queen of England, 76.

-, -, attends a privy council in England, 77.

-, -, second interview of the Queen of, 78.

-, -, brings draft of treaty from King Henry to King Ferdinand, 93.

-, -, letter from, to King Ferdinand, 75.

-, -, letters and despatches to, 64, 127.



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