Pabana, a dance called the, ii. 445.
Pace, Richard, secretary, ii. 299.
-, -, regrets his master's ignorance of Italian affairs, 417.
-, -, English ambassador in Rome, sent to Venice, 461.
-, -, expected in Venice, 468.
-, -, detained by illness, 469.
-, -, expected in Bologna, 471.
-, -, great things not expected of, 472.
-, -, arrives at Venice, has first audience of the Signory, 473.
-, -, requests to be made of the Signory by, 474.
-, -, letters patent from Henry VIII. and Charles delivered to the Doge of Venice by, 478.
-, -, points out the possible dangers to the Venetians from their treatment of the Emperor, 479.
-, -, supposed to be in receipt of pension from Venice, 480.
-, -, favour to be shown by the Emperor to, 482.
-, -, illness of, 483.
-, -, communications on Venetian affairs made by, 490.
-, -, confers with Sanchez on Venetian affairs, 491.
-, -, complains of the language used against Henry VIII. by the Venetians, 496.
-, -, confers with Duke of Sessa, 497.
-, -, must be sent to Switzerland, 499.
-, -, declares that the treaty of London is not nullified by death of Leo. X., 504.
-, -, sent as negotiator of peace to Switzerland, 511.
-, -, announces to the Pope King Henry's intentions if justice be not done, 514.
-, -, secret communication of the Pope to, 516.
-, -, negligence shown by English government towards, 530.
-, -, faithful but incompetent, 553.
-, -, memoir addressed to the Signory by, 562.
-, -, ordered to leave Venice, 564.
-, -, assistance rendered to Imperial ambassadors by, 566.
-, -, assists in a debate on the league, 569.
-, -, his serviceable conduct during Venetian negotiations, 571.
-, -, zealous in the Emperor's service, 572.
-, -, being English, feels he is predestined to ruin the King of France, 573.
-, -, letter to the Duke of Bourbon from, 599.
-, -, charged with an answer from the Duke of Bourbon, 616.
-, -, accompanies the Imperial army in Italy, 626.
-, -, gone to Lombardy, 646.
-, -, expected in the camp at Milan, 647.
-, -, rivals Bourbon in passion, urges the army to dangerous measures, 659.
-, -, is said to write in a "thousand colours," 660.
-, -, entreats assistance from King Henry VIII. in Provence, 669.
-, -, gone to Mantua, 677.
-, -, letter to Charles V. from, refuting false charges, 679.
-, -, power of King Henry to conclude a year's truce with France sent to, 682.
-, -, letter to Prothonotary Caracciolo from, 698.
-, -, his presence desired by Imperial ambassadors in Venice, 698.
-, -, in Venice, 701.
-, -, his presence desired in Venice to prove that Henry VIII. and Charles V. are still allies, 704.
-, -, foils the Pope and Datary, 705.
-, -, is to go to Venice, 707.
-, -, his presence there produces no good effect, 707.
-, -, his negotiations with the Signory of Venice respecting their entry into the separate treaty of peace and the general league, 473, 475, 476, 477, 493, 503, 516, 518, 525, 526, 554, 561, 703, 704.
Paceus, Ri, signature to letters, ii. 599, 680.
Pache, Pedro, ii. 644.
Padilla, Juan de, ii. 333, 341.
Padua rebels in favour of Venice, 22.
- to be given up to the Venetians, 213.
-, Richard Pace going to, 698.
Pages to the Princess of Wales :—
The son of Pedro Saurez, the son of Doña Blanca, the son of Gamarra, the son of Diego de Vargas, Pedro de Velasco, Juan Sarmiento, i. 246.
Palavicini, Giovanni Baptista, Cardinal, in conclave, ii. 389, 592.
-, Christoforo, executed by the French, ii. 521.
-, Christoval, the heir of, 536.
-, the family of, 597.
Palamos, Cardinal Cesarini in, ii. 429.
Palatine, the Count, ii. 552.
Palencia, ii. 644, 649.
-, Bishop of, to be made Cardinal, 376.
-, -, present at interview of Venetian ambassadors with the Cardinal of England, 446.
-, -, mention of the, 452, 457.
-, -, death of, 502.
-, bishopric of, to be given to Archbishop of Granada, 588, 616, 618.
-, see of, 309, 539, 574, 581.
-, -, pension paid to Wolsey out of the, 555.
-, -, Wolsey consents to transference of pension from the, 588.
-, -, difficulties raised as to the transference of the pension from the, 603, 604, 616, 680.
Palermo, ii. 324, 333.
-, governor of the prison in, 558.
Palm Sunday, the league to be published on, 1495, i. 56.
Pamperan, Monsieur de, ii. 672.
Pamplona, ii. 182.
-, truce to be published in, 223.
-, bishopric of, 531, 552.
-, letter dated from, ii. 597.
Pandino, ii. 692.
Panec, doctor, information about De Puebla from, i. 162.
Pantaleon, letters of exchange on London to be had from, i. 228.
Papal dispensation, i. 168.
- army, strength of the, ii. 376.
- nuncio, effect produced by words spoken by Wolsey to, 512, 618.
- States injured by the French and Venetians, 393.
- -, proposal to incorporate Siena with, 517.
Pardo, John, license granted to, i. 2.
Parets, Philip de, ii. 652.
Paris, prorogation in concluding treaty made by King of France, dated from, ii. 131.
-, Imperial army to march to, 482.
-, pestilence in, 485.
-, letter of Louis XII. dated from, 246.
Parliament, communications to be made to, i. 15.
Parma, ii. 320.
- garrisoned by Imperialists, 484, 506, 508.
-, probability of the Pope's losing, 523.
- withheld from the Pope, 531.
- promised to the Pope by Francis I., 676.
-, mentioned at 523, 524, 650.
Passamonte, good service rendered Ayala by, i. 179.
-, secretary to the Princess of Wales, 246.
Passerini, Julius, Cardinal of Cortona, see Cortona.
-, -, in conclave, ii. 389-92.
-, Silvius, Cardinal, ii. 593.
-, Alessandro, Cardinal, 593.
Patama, power of Maximilian dated from, (Petavia? Petau, a town in Tyrol), i. 384.
Pavia, county of, to be given as dower to Madame Renée, ii. 196.
-, detention of Cardinal Ivrea in, 384.
-, Duke of Milan at, 467, 469.
-, Hieronymo Adorno ill at, 507.
-, Francis I. marches to, 677.
-, Antonio de Leyva gone to, 679.
-, destitution in, reduced to horse and mule flesh as food, 691.
-, strenuous efforts of Imperialists to raise the siege of, 693.
-, the French fortify themselves before, 696.
-, certainty of victory felt by the garrison of, 697.
-, measures to be concerted with the garrison of, for a double attack on the French, 701.
-, its resources not abundant, but the troops show supernatural valour, 706.
-, the French so reduced that they must raise the siege of, 707.
-, victory over the French at, 708.
-, Francis I. made prisoner at, 708.
-, letters dated from, ii. 461, 465, 467, 470, 472, 481, 507.
-, -, from the palace of, 709.
Payments of Florentine republic, ii. 603.
Pay of army, ii. 588.
Peche, Sir John, i. 233.
Pedro, Master, (Peter Carmelianus), i. 62.
-, servant of Pope Adrian, ii. 547.
Pedrosa, Pablo, license granted to, i. 2.
Peel, Richard, lord chamberlain, i. 210.
Peña, St. Juan de la, Abbot of, ii. 357.
Peñalosa, Ruy Diaz de, letter from Charles de Lanoy to, ii. 686.
-, -, what is to be done in the service of the Emperor by, 686.
Penamoco, the Count, i. 15.
Pencre, William de la, i. 233.
Pension for the ambassador of Scotland in France, ii. 687.
Pensions paid by France to English subjects, ii. 242, 246, 247, 250, 284, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 324, 325, 345.
- paid by Charles V. to English subjects, 586.
Peralta, Villegas de, sent on mission to the Abbot of Najera, ii. 668.
Perazcona, the nephew of, i. 247.
Peres, letter from Ferdinand and Isabella sent by, i. 57.
Perez, Fernan (De Ayala), i. 160.
-, Juan, first secretary to the Imperial embassy in Rome, ii, 670, 678.
-, -, letters to the Emperor Charles V. from, 670, 672.
-, -, his conversation with Pope Clement, 672.
Perkin Warbeck, letter to Queen Isabella from, i. 50.
- -, arrival in England of, 58.
- -, Ferdinand and Isabella hold no intercourse with, 61.
- -, the King of the Romans will give no assistance to, 61.
- -, report in Spain respecting, 62.
- -, observation made by Ferdinand and Isabella respecting, 67.
- -, the league would support Henry VII. against, 68.
- -, the King of Scotland not to assist, 69.
- -, the King of the Romans favours, 72.
- -, imprisonment of, 73.
- -, letter to Lady Katharine Gordon, supposed to be written by, 78.
- -, clause in the treaty between Henry VII. and the King of the Romans respecting, 81.
- -, conditions made with Henry VII. by Ferdinand and Isabella for aid against, 82.
- -, reports concerning, 85.
- -, uncertainty respecting, 89.
- -, notices from Ferdinand and Isabella of, 91.
- -, supposed abode in England of, 92.
- -, difficulty with the King of Scotland respecting, 96.
- -, wishes of Henry VII. respecting, 103.
- -, Spain offers assistance to Henry VII. against, 106.
- -, favour shown by the King of the Romans to, 110.
- -, the King of France intrigues against, 111.
- -, partisans of, 117.
- -, Spain will endeavour to secure, 118.
- -, letter to Bernard de la Forse from, 130.
- -, reports at Milan respecting, 130.
- -, evidence respecting the birth and parentage of, 134.
- -, advice from Ferdinand and Isabella to Henry VII. respecting, 140.
- -, Henry VII. writes as having secured, 145.
- -, the Queen of England receives the wife of, 145.
- -, arrest and confession of, 147.
- -, the King of France has no power over, 151.
- -, flight and recapture of, 152.
- -, exposure in the pillory of, 156.
- -, difficulties caused to Henry VII. by, 162.
- -, conversation held by Henry VII. with, 185.
- -, conduct of the Biscayans to, 186.
- -, De Puebla speaks of the execution of, 213.
Perosa, entered by the Duke of Urbino, ii. 387.
-, a town of the church, 402.
Perote, letters sent by, ii. 130.
Perpignan, France to restore, i. 42.
-, treaty between Spain and France respecting, 63.
-, armed men sent by the King of France to the frontiers of, 63.
-, ii. 191.
-, designs of the French upon, 461.
-, starving condition of the garrison of, 466.
-, German troops to march to, 654.
-, mentioned at 460, 576, 656, 659, 668.
Persia, the Sofi of, letters to, from Charles V., ii. 665.
Pescara, Marquis of, on his way to Rome, ii. 323.
-, -, writes concerning Imperial army, 339.
-, -, aspires to captain-generalship of army in Naples, 359.
-, -, disputes with Prospero Colonna, 372, 373.
-, -, approaches Genoa with his army, 423.
-, -, desires help from the Florentine army, 436.
-, -, Genoa taken and sacked by, 446.
-, -, goes to meet Pope Adrian, 470.
-, -, command to be given to, 496.
-, -, his conduct, censures and high character bestowed on, 502, 645.
-, -, Pope Adrian's accusations against, 508.
-, -, to command the army in event of Colonna's death, 579.
-, -, Provence to be invaded by, 581.
-, -, awaits Emperor's orders to invade France, 647.
-, -, letters from, concerning nonarrival of English contributions, 653.
-, -, letter to the Duke of Sessa from, 659.
-, -, considers an attack on Avignon to be madness, 659.
-, -, speaks of the difficulties likely to ensue from the "two passions" of Bourbon and Richard Pace, 659.
-, -, desires the advice of the Emperor, 671.
-, -, defeats the French at Melzi, 681.
-, -, Cassano attacked and taken by, 692.
-, -, in conference with other captains four days, devising means to procure money, 693.
-, -, harangues the troops, persuades them though unpaid to continue their services, 693.
-, -, fortunate result of the exertions of, 694.
-, -, challenged by King Francis I., 695.
-, -, his acceptance intercepted to avoid possible danger to Francis, 696.
-, -, sleepless, ubiquitous, regardless of all dangers, 701.
-, -, satisfies from his own resources the unpaid German troops, 702.
-, -, wonders achieved at Pavia by, 709.
-, -, mention of at, 459, 487, 514, 523, 606, 668, 677.
Pestilence in Cadiz, ii. 423.
- in Castile, i. 432.
- in London, i. 238.
- in Milan, ii. 667.
- in Paris, 485.
- in Rome, 483, 486, 500.
Peter, Miranda, i. 51.
-, Master, barber and chaplain to Pope Adrian, 547.
-, -, Cubicolario, 547.
- of Rome, a German, valet de chambre to Pope Adrian, 494.
-, principal man in Rome, 502.
-, church preferment to be given to, 547.
Petigliano, Count, captain general, ii. 689.
Petit, Salager, i. 18.
-, Etienne Maitre, ii. 146, 150.
Petruccio, Rafael, Cardinal, ii. 302, 499.
-, -, in conclave, 388, 392.
-, -, causes the arrest of secretary Grangis, 404.
-, -, death of, 514, 516.
Peyron, Francisco, ii. 130.
Pharo, the, i. 66.
Philip, the Archduke, Doña Juana going to join, i. 114, 119.
-, -, letter to De Puebla from, 185.
-, -, observations of Henry VII. respecting, 186.
-, -, Henry VII. meets, 226.
-, -, King of the Romans wishes to confirm the treaties entered into with Henry VII. by, 437.
-, -, King of Castile, narrative of the reception in England of, i. 379.
-, -, -, treaty entered into by Henry VII. with, 380.
-, -, -, treaty entered into with Henry VII. by, 381.
-, -, -, treaty concerning his marriage with the Archduchess Margaret entered into by Henry VII. with, 382.
-, -, -, power of, 384.
-, -, -, promise respecting the dowry of the Archduchess Margaret made by, 387.
-, -, -, letter from Henry VII. respecting, 397.
-, -, -, proposal to settle the differences between the Duke of Gueldres, and, 399.
-, -, -, ratification of treaties with Henry VII. delayed by, 400.
-, -, -, death of 401, 403.
-, -, -, trials of the Princess of Wales caused by, 404.
-, -, -, enmity towards Ferdinand of Spain entertained by, 418.
-, -, -, Queen Juana keeps unburied the body of, 458.
Philip, of Spain, King, reference made to the late, ii. 1, 15, 33.
-, Duke, referred to, 245.
-, le Bel, mentioned, 588.
Piacenza, ii. 123.
- garrisoned by Imperialists, 484, 506, 508.
-, probability of the Pope losing, 523.
- withheld from the Pope, 531.
- promised to the Pope by Francis I., 676.
-, mentioned at, 320, 524, 622, 703, 707.
Picardy, ii. 469.
-, King of France gone to, 486.
-, small results obtained by the English in, 496.
-, consequences of cessation of war in, 507.
-, Hieronymo Adorno proposes a simultaneous war in, 530.
-, war to be continued in, 556.
-, English army to invade, 577.
-, war languishing in, 608.
-, demonstrations by Henry VIII. and Charles V. on the frontiers of, 673.
-, mentioned at, 430, 469, 503, 575, 583, 605, 617, 640, 650.
Piccolomini, Giovanni, Cardinal, a good Imperialist, ii. 302, 603.
-, -, in conclave, 388, 390, 392, 592.
Pimpinellus, signature, ii. 610.
Pimentel, Bernardino, Pope's nuncio at the Imperial court, 457, 578.
Piombino, ii. 119.
-, French cardinals arrive at, 589.
-, Seigneur of, 124.
Pisani, Francesco, Cardinal Porticu, see Porticu.
-, -, in conclave, 389, 592.
Pius III., Pope, see Pope.
Pius, Albertus, Count of Carpi, see also Carpi.
-, -, letter from Maximilian to, ii. 260.
-, -, ambassador of Francis I., 593, 650.
Pizzighetone, ii, 420, 673.
Plaine, Gérard de la, Seigneur de Magny et de la Roche, commissioner of Emperor elect Maximilian, ii. 162, 179, 296.
-, -, Imperial ambassador in England, 321.
-, -, commissioner of Charles V., 555.
-, -, is sent to Rome, 628, 650.
-, -, secret instructions from Charles V. to, 629 to 638.
-, -, letter from Charles V. to, 640.
-, -, empowered to negotiate with the Doge of Genoa, 640.
-, -, to communicate with the Viceroy of Naples, 640.
-, -, proposes a more intimate alliance with the Pope, 642.
-, -, arrives at Bologna, 652.
-, -, letter from Charles V. to, 656.
-, -, instructions from the Emperor as to conduct to be pursued in certain circumstances by, 657.
-, -, conveys new instructions to Sessa, 659.
-, -, arrives in Rome to negotiate with the Pope, 660.
-, -, letter to Emperor from, 661.
-, -, his illness prevents an interview with the Pope, 663.
-, -, death of, 665.
-, -, difficulties caused by death of, 666.
-, -, reference made to, 670, 671, 673, 685, 689.
-, Thomas de, i. 387.
Plazencia, order of King Ferdinand dated from, ii. 276.
-, bishopric of, 649.
Plymouth, town of Devonshire, arrival of the Princess Katharine at, i. 262, 264.
-, the ships of the Queen of Castile await her at, 378.
-, ii. 78, 413.
-, English fleet at, 83.
Po, the river, crossed by the Duke of Albany, ii. 682.
-, -, crossed by the Viceroy of Naples and other Imperialists, 687, 691.
Poland, i. 193, 350.
-, the King of (Sigismund I.), proposed marriage of the Infanta Isabella with, ii. 161.
-, -, to be invited to unite in general peace of Christendom, 591.
-, -, included in treaties, 114, 116, 435, 663.
-, ambassador of, 334.
Pole, Edmund de la, i. 336, 352, 354, 396.
-, Richard de la, 336, 354.
Poles, the, aid against the Turks given to, i. 418.
Pollard, Ludovicus, privy councillor, i. 449.
Pont de Vaulx, letter dated from, i. 393.
Pontferrada, i. 441.
Pontremoli, Count of, treaty signed by, ii. 678.
Ponzetta, Ferdinand, Cardinal, ii. 389.
-, -, in conclave, 389, 390, 592, 593.
Pope, the, an embassy sent by Ferdinand and Isabella concerning Naples to, i. 9.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella refuse obedience to, 10.
-, -, the Spanish and English treaty except, 22, 128, 223, 229.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella mention as security to Henry VII. the intervention of, 27.
-, -, -, complain of the negotiations, respecting a peace between England and France, carried on by, 31, 33.
-, -, aid against rebels requested of Christian Princes by, 52.
-, -, the wars in Italy occasion great difficulties to, 53.
-, -, Henry VII. doubts the necessity of sending aid to, 54.
-, -, articles in the league referring to, 55.
-, -, day for the league to be published by, 56.
-, -, the league entered into between certain Princes and, 57.
-, -, advice respecting the English to be given by Ferdinand and Isabella to, 59.
-, -, disposition of the English towards, 60.
-, -, the answer of Ferdinand and Isabella to Henry VII. respecting, 61.
-, -, conduct of the King of France towards, 64, 65, 67, 68, 81.
-, -, bull against the King of France, of, 66.
-, -, reasons for Henry VII. to enter into a league with, 68, 69.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella wish that a cardinal's hat should be given to the Archbishop of Glasgow by, 69.
-, -, -, have written respecting Henry VII. to, 70.
-, -, no breves arrived in England from, 74.
-, -, brief sent to England by, 80, 87, 88, 92, 141.
-, -, brief sent to King of Scotland by, 86.
-, -, the war between Spain and France a war for, 88.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella insist upon Henry VII. giving aid to, 92.
-, -, the King of Scots urged to join the league by, 99.
-, -, De Puebla appears before Henry VII. in his capacity of ambassador of, 99.
-, -, speech of de Puebla to Henry VII. concerning, 100.
-, -, aid asked against France by, 107.
-, -, letter from Isabella of Spain respecting, 108.
-, -, treaty of Henry VII. with, 113.
-, -, supplication for a dispensation for the age of the Prince of Wales and the Princess Katharine, addressed by Henry VII. to, 132, 148.
-, -, the King of England to insist upon the King of France ceasing to make war on, 134.
-, -, opinions respecting war between England and Scotland, expressed by, 141.
-, -, arrival in England of the dispensation of, 160.
-, -, ingratitude towards Spain of, 164, 208.
-, -, the rose sent to the Archduke by, 184.
-, -, a truce with France concluded by, 192.
-, -, Spain carried on war with France to aid, 195.
-, -, the marriage of the Prince of Wales and the Princess Katharine sanctioned by, 209.
-, -, aid given to France against Spain by, 260.
-, -, the money collected in England in aid of the Christians against the Turks not to be intrusted to, 266.
-, -, the King of France will not hear of the arbitrament of, 283.
-, -, the marriage between Henry, Prince of Wales, and the Princess Katharine requires the dispensation of, 309.
-, -, payments to be made to the cardinals by, 310.
-, -, conditions made by the cardinals before electing, 310, 311, 312, 313.
-, -, Ferdinand of Spain insists on the necessity for care in the election of, 314.
-, -, powers granted by Henry VII. to certain of the clergy to do homage to, 324.
-, -, the brief for the dispensation arrives in England from, 330, 339.
-, -, non-arrival of the dispensation in England from, 336, 347.
-, -, delay of approval of the marriage of Henry VII. with the Archduchess from, 397.
-, -, Henry VII. requests the aid against the infidels of, 414.
-, -, policy of peace pursued by, 418.
-, -, readiness to give aid against the infidels, of, 419.
-, -, reconciliation of France and the King of the Romans wished by, 422.
-, -, French interference in the election of, 430.
-, -, Henry VII. will aid the efforts of, 432.
-, -, the King of France complains of Maximilian to, 442.
Pope Adrian VI., election of, ii. 388.
- -, cardinals who were at Rome at the election of, 388.
- -, -, who were absent at the election of, 389.
- -, proceedings at the election of the, 392.
- -, Adrian Florentius, Cardinal of Tortosa, elected as, 393.
- -, should avoid going to Rome by way of France, 393.
- -, fears expressed lest French flattery influence, 394.
- -, called "the schoolmaster" of the Emperor, 400.
- -, should at once assume government in Rome, 401, 402.
- -, thefts committed by the cardinals at the palace of, 402.
- -, his distrust of Juan Manuel, 403.
- -, too easily swayed by his surrounders, 412.
- -, his "deadly fears" of the college of cardinals, 413.
- -, four measures of state effected by, 414.
- -, desires to have the Papal ring, 417.
- -, promises not to use the ring or any of his prerogatives without permission of the college of cardinals, 418.
- -, adverse to the conclusion of triple alliance, 421.
- -, his pleasure at receiving the obedience of Henry VIII., 422.
- -, rejoices at victories over the French, 423.
- -, in such low estimation no one visits him, 424.
- -, remains still at Zaragoza, 426.
- -, his interview with a Franciscan Friar, 429.
- -, his opinion as to the advisability of peace between the Emperor and France, 429.
- -, goes to Tortosa, 430.
- -, King of France refuses his titleto, 432.
- -, is asked to become head of the triple alliance, 435.
- -, requests no pension may be given to Cardinal de Medicis, 437.
- -, sends the Bishop of Astorga to England, 448.
- -, endeavours to make peace between England, France, and the Emperor, 451.
- -, refuses a cruzada to Charles V., 452.
- -, not willing to renounce the census of Naples, 453.
- -, treated as "more than Pope" by King of France, 454.
- -, goes to Taragona, 455.
- -, "terrified" at the Emperor's silence, 456.
- -, seeks advice with regard to France, 457.
- men of authority decline missions to, 458.
- -, incapable of ordering his household aright, 460, 463.
- -, expostulation concerning Andrea Doria addressed by the Emperor to, 462.
- -, will not renounce the triple alliance, 465.
- -, irreproachable conduct towards the French, from Imperial point of view, 470.
- -, demands made by Juan Manuel of, 471.
- -, renders negotiations with Venice difficult, 480.
- -, letters to be written by Charles V. to, 482.
- -, description of his voyage from Spain to Rome by, 483.
- -, account of his coronation by, 483.
- -, signs himself "Episcopus," 483.
- -, accusations against Juan Manuel made by, 484.
- -, low standard of character of, 486.
- -, his love towards the Emperor, 488.
- -, his conversation with the Duke of Sessa on the league, 493.
- -, is like to suffocate with rage at mention of certain topics, 494.
- -, refuses to become member of the league, 499, 525.
- -, remains at Rome regardless of the pestilence, 500.
- -, his duty to bring about peace of Christendom, 501.
- -, alliance offered by King Francis I. to, 501.
- -, no French ambassador desired by, 502.
- -, sends a brief to nuncio in Venice, 504.
- - his manner of despatching business, 505.
-, - frightful change in the appearance of, 506.
- -, state of affairs with regard to the French explained to, 507.
- -, protests against certain doings of the Imperial troops in Italy, 508.
- -, astonishment at, and disapproval of certain acts of, the Emperor, 509.
- -, his embarkation at Genoa, 510.
- -, must enter the league to secure peace to Christendom, 511, 523.
- -, in constant fear of pecuniary difficulties, 512.
- -, will not enter into a league with the Emperor and King of England while he hopes for a general peace, 513.
- -, avarice of, 513.
- -, gives audience to Richard Pace, 514.
- -, shows little inclination to enter the league, 515.
- -, well disposed towards the Emperor
-, terms on which he will declare against France, 516.
- -, wishes to conclude a three years' truce with France, 517.
- -, behaves like "a good father" to Charles V., 517.
- -, his endeavours to bring about peace between Venetians and Emperor, 518.
- -, Charles V. desires to preserve the friendship of, 519.
- -, exhorts Charles V. to make war on Turks, 520.
- -, indescribable rage excited in, 521.
- -, accessible to influence of "bad spirits," 522.
- -, mischievous effects of the neutrality of, 522.
- -, favours granted to the servants of, 523.
- -, must declare himself against the King of France, 524.
- -, "honest threats" used towards the Venetians by the nuncio of, 526.
- -, negative answer concerning a proposal for a truce to be given to Wolsey, by, 528.
- -, conditions of peace to be proposed to England, France, and Emperor by, 529.
- -, assistance towards conclusion of peace with Venice given by, 530.
- -, his displeasure at Emperor's general conduct, 531.
- -, denies the imputed assistance of Juan Manuel at his election, 532.
- -, peace exhortations of, 533.
- -, his anger at letters of the Emperor Charles V., 534.
- -, commendable conduct with regard to Venice of, 534.
- -, ecclesiastical censures threatened by, 535.
- -, has sent Campegio to Venice, 536.
- -, loss of money dreaded before all else by, 537.
- -, passionate excitement exhibited by, 538.
- -, implacability and unreasonableness of, 539.
- -, virtuous indignation exhibited by, at favours proposed to be given to his servants, 539.
- -, holds consistories, but concludes nothing, 540.
- -, refuses subsidies to Charles V., 541.
- -, conditions of truce which might be proposed by, 542.
- -, pretext to be used for suspension of ecclesiastical censures by, 543.
- -, courtesy to be shown by the Duke of Sessa towards, 544.
- -, his injustice towards Juan Manuel, 545.
- -, favours the Emperor's cause, 547.
- -, desires peace with Venice, 548.
- -, resents the behaviour of Francis I., 550.
- -, illness of, 550.
- -, his indecision with regard to the league, 551.
- -, improved health of, 552.
- -, church preferment for the servants of, 552.
- -, rejoices at the death of Francis Sickingen, 553.
- -, excuses for delay in negotiations to be made to, 557.
- -, illness of, 558.
- -, messages from Emperor to, 559.
- -, offers himself as surety for the Infante, 563.
- -, his treatment of M. de la Roche, 566.
- -, forms defensive alliance with Emperor, King of England, and Infante, 567.
- -, invites Venice to enter the alliance, 568.
- -, his opinion with regard to the condition of Italy, 569.
- -, wishes France to be attacked on Spanish frontier, 570.
- -, improvement in the health of
-, calamities anticipated in event of the death of, 574.
- -, to be urged to an offensive league, 581.
- -, falls ill of overwork, 582, 583.
- -, has paid an instalment towards the maintenance of the army, 583.
- -, proposes a cardinal's hat for Enkenvöert, 584.
- -, fluctuates, but no hope of recovery, 535.
- -, cruelty shown by cardinals on his death bed to, 586.
- -, threats of the King of France to, 588.
- -, first act of the cardinals after the death of, 588, 589.
- -, date of the death of, 592.
- -, leaves a reputation for stingines and weakness, 592.
- -, reference made to the late, 595, 597, 600, 601, 603, 699.
- -, bull of the late, 620.
- -, payment of pension demanded by the servants of the late, 700.
- -, letters of, to Charles V., 461, 483, 507, 509, 520, 525, 531, 532.
- -, letters to, 461, 484, 578.
- -, treaty projected between Charles V., Henry VIII., and, 1522, 420.
- Alexander VI., bull of, i. 66.
- -, letter to de Puebla from, 69.
- -, losses inflicted on certain cardinals by, 313.
- -, dispensation necessary for the marriage of the Princess Katharine to Henry, Prince of Wales, promised to Henry VII. by, 341.
- Clement VII., election of, ii. 592.
- -, conclave for the election of, 589 to 594.
- -, Cardinal Julius de Medicis elected Pope and assumes the name of, 594.
- -, gives his cardinal's hat to the Archbishop of Capua, 595.
- -, thinks it his first duty to unite Christian Princes whilst Turks threaten their States, 595.
- -, declines openly to join the league, 596.
- -, feared by the French, 597.
- -, his grounds for wishing success to Charles V. against the French, 598.
- -, his opinion that France should be ruined or a truce made before the allies are exhausted, 598.
- -, dissatisfaction of, 599.
- -, Italian Imperialists approve the election of, 600.
- -, character of, 601.
- -, loves Charles V., but coquets with France, 601.
- -, promises not to abandon Imperial and English interests in favour of France, 601.
- -, advises Duke of Bourbon to go to England, 602.
- -, his aid solicited by the King of England, 602.
- -, pleased and encouraged by Henry VIII., 603.
- -, approves of plan for humiliating France, 603.
- -, answers evasively concerning Spanish English marriage, 604.
- -, declares his inability to contribute to the maintenance of the army, 605.
- -, is suspected of temporizing as "a good Italian," 605.
- -, his hatred of and dissatisfaction with the Duke of Bourbon, 606.
- -, professes unalterable friendship for Charles V. and Henry VII., 607.
- -, thinks two armies preferable to four for the conquest of France, 608.
- -, has entered into alliance with Venice, 609.
- -, desires to negotiate peace with Charles V., 610.
- -, his natural position as mediator of peace, 611.
- -, his influence over Henry VIII., 611.
- -, promises money for the league, 613.
- -, rejects offers of Francis I., 613.
- -, is temporarily to govern Milan, 615.
- -, disapproves emphatically the disbanding of the Imperial army, 617, 619.
- -, his cordiality diminished towards the allies, 618.
- -, wishes to keep on terms with France, 620.
- -, secrecy of, 621.
- -, encouragement and threats held out to, 622.
- -, his endeavours after peace applauded by Charles V., 623.
- -, rejoices at good tidings from Lombardy, 627.
- -, his opinion on foreign affairs, 628.
- -, approves of invasion of France, in his private capacity, 638.
- -, suspects the English, 639.
- -, promotes friendship between Henry VIII. and Charles V., 639.
- -, assurances of desire of peace on the part of, 641.
- -, a new alliance to be proposed in the Emperor's name to, 642.
- -, more energetic behaviour desired from, 643.
- -, must assist in enterprise on Provence, 644.
- -, will not give money, 645.
- -, news sent from England by the nuncio of, 646.
- -, cautious in his dealings with Wolsey, 648.
- -, promises and propositions made by Emperor to, 649.
- -, is advised to call a general council at Trent, 649.
- -, will not enter the triple alliance, it is his duty to be a good Pope, 650.
- -, proposal that one-third of pension due to King Henry be paid by, 657.
- -, money to be got from, 659.
- -, exhibits favourable symptoms towards Emperor
-, money he has none, 660.
- -, declines to ratify or negotiate the league, 661.
- -, gives audience to Sessa and English ambassador, 662.
- -, Holy See and Pontifical States included in treaty, 663.
- -, desires a short truce, 666.
- -, makes efforts to bring about a peace, 667.
- -, pensions to the servants of, 671.
- -, refuses to enter the league, 671.
- -, pleads his poverty, 672.
- -, forbids the King of France to invade Italy, 672.
- -, remains neutral and immovable, 673.
- -, upbraids Charles V. with having created his own difficulties, 674.
- -, his advice in the present emergency, 674.
- -, concludes treaty with Duke of Ferrara, 675.
- -, harbours friendly feeling towards the Emperor, 676.
- -, complains of his poverty, 676.
- -, promises made by the French to, 677.
- -, evasive and dilatory, 681.
- -, thinks a certain clause likely to be accepted by France, 682.
- -, refuses permission for French army to march through his States, 683.
- -, treaty between Venice, King of France, and, 684.
- -, makes proposals for a general truce, 685.
- -, three proposals of peace to be offered to, 686, 687.
- -, makes protest of his love for all Christians, 688.
- -, letter to Charles V. from, 688.
- -, suspicious conduct of, 689.
- -, treaty with Francis I. signed by, 690.
- -, is to be exhorted to fulfil his duties, 691.
- -, his peace with King of France published in Rome, 692.
- -, influenced by fear of Emperor's greatness, 692.
- -, letter from Charles V. to, 698.
- -, love expressed by Emperor for, 698.
- -, deceived by the French partisans around him, 699.
- -, excuses himself in a brief to the Emperor, 703.
- -, though apparently neutral is in truth the Emperor's enemy, 705.
- -, tries to influence the English ambassador, 705.
- -, proposals with regard to Milan and Pavia made by, 706.
- -, interview of Cavaliere Casale with, 706.
- -, is ruled by the Datary Matheo, 707.
- -, tries to corrupt the Doge of Genoa, 707.
- -, inimical to the Emperor, 708.
- Innocent VIII. to the Archdeacon of Northampton, i. 39.
Pope Julius II. authorizes Henry, Prince of Wales, and the Princess Katharine to contract a lawful marriage, i. 322, 326.
- -, letters to Henry VII. from, 328, 418.
- -, letter from Henry VII. to, 341.
- -, dispensation for marriage of King Henry has been given by, ii. 12.
- -, all the country of the church and Milan reconquered by, 22.
- -, readiness to take his neighbour's property shown by, 46.
- -, intrigues of the French against, 47, 49.
- -, three things which are to be demanded of, 48.
- -, designs of the French upon Rome fill with despair the, 50.
- -, war with Ferrara continued by, 53.
- -, holy league concluded between King Ferdinand, Doge Loredano, and, 54.
- -, Council of the Lateran convoked by, 59.
- -, bull of excommunication of, 63.
- -, stipulations of the league broken by, 71.
- -, treaty concluded between Spain and England, Maximilian, Duke of Milan, and, 79.
- -, treaty between the Emperor elect (Maximilian) and, 82.
- -, binds himself to excommunicate Venice, 82.
- -, disapproval by King Ferdinand of treaty between Maximilian and, 85, 90.
- -, treaty projected for defence of church and, 93.
- -, secret understanding with King of France entertained by, 100.
- -, reference made to a verdict given by the late, 183.
- -, peace proposed by the late, not accepted by Venetians, 238.
- Leo X., Cardinal de Medicis elected as, ii. 106.
- -, suspected of working secretly to drive Ferdinand and Maximilian out of Italy, 109.
- -, treaty between Maximilian, Kings of England and Spain, and, 112.
- -, advice tendered by King Ferdinand to, 114.
- -, devotion shown by Ferdinand to, 139.
- -, friendship of the Swiss necessary to, 141.
- -, correspondence with King of England must be maintained by, 141.
- -, errors in the bull sent by, 143.
- -, the accession of, to alliance against France much desired, 147.
- -, opinions and wishes expressed to King Ferdinand by, 156, 157.
- -, anxiety of King Ferdinand that the league should be signed by, 158.
- -, letter of Henry VIII. to, 162.
- -, request to bury King of Scotland in St. Paul's made by Henry VIII. of, 162.
- -, letter of Henry VIII. to, 165.
- -, secret communication to be made by Hieronymo de Vich to, 173.
- -, advice of King Ferdinand as to the policy which should be pursued by, 174.
- -, the King of France absolved by, 183.
- -, a nuncio is sent to King Ferdinand by, 193.
- -, awards made by, as umpire between Maximilian and Venetians, 212.
- -, peace between Maximilian and the Venetians pronounced by, 215, 219.
- -, promise made to King Ferdinand by, 219.
- -, his resolution to dissolve Council of the Lateran not lawful, 222.
- -, treaty of alliance between Maximilian, King Ferdinand, and, 223.
- -, message from King Ferdinand in answer to complaints of, 224.
- -, secret treaty made by, with King Ferdinand for defence of church and, 236.
- -, league made in Switzerland ratified by, 253.
- -, title bestowed upon the Swiss by, 253.
- -, ought to satisfy Henry VIII.'s wishes that he may be induced to invade France, 258.
- -, protestations of King Ferdinand to, 258.
- -, treaty projected between Francis I. of France and, 259.
- -, intended retreat to Gaeta or Isola of, 260, 261.
- -, articles of the league concluded between Maximilian, other Christian Princes, and, 262.
- -, modifications and ratification of projected treaty with Francis I. of France, made by, 265.
- -, directions to Bishop of Tricarico concerning French treaty given by, 266.
- -, declaration made to Spanish ambassador by, 268.
- -, hypocrisy and double dealing of, 275.
- -, right to enter treaty between Kings of England and Spain, and others, reserved for, 286.
- -, league for defence of holy church concluded by Christian Princes on the exhortation of, 290.
- -, summary of treaty concluded at Bologna between King of France and, 294.
- -, letter from Charles V. to, 299.
- -, interview of Juan Manuel with, 300.
- -, begs Emperor Charles V. to send his fleet against the Turks, 300.
- -, courteous reception of Imperial ambassador by, 301.
- -, declares himself satisfied with terms of the alliance, 304.
- -, sends his auditor de la Camera to England, 304.
- -, fear of Friar Martin (Luther) felt by, 305.
- -, account of interview with King of England sent by Emperor to, 306.
- -, conversation on English affairs between Juan Manuel and, 307.
- -, thinks Cardinal of England (Wolsey) a very strange person, 307.
- -, Wolsey detested by, 309.
- -, conclusion of the triple alliance against France much desired by, 309.
- -, a cardinal's hat bestowed on Bishop of Liège by, 309.
- -, incivility to Wolsey of, 310.
- -, the presentation of the hackney horse to, 309, 311.
- -, a bull of preferment, gratis, is given to Wolsey by, 311.
- -, thinks the Spanish rebellion should induce the Emperor to carry out immediately his plans on Italy, 313.
- -, is accused by Wolsey of confiding in others instead of in him, 314.
- -, conversation of Juan Manuel with, 315.
- -, bull concerning Wolsey's appointment as legate sent by, 316.
- -, brief sent to England by, 316.
- -, brief sent to the Emperor by, 316.
- -, complaints of the conduct of the French made by, 317.
- -, speech made by French ambassador at secret audience with, 318.
- -, Emperor's delay on final conclusion of alliance very annoying to, 319.
- -, desires to have Parma and Piacenza, 319.
- -, objections to certain alterations in treaty of alliance taken by, 320.
- -, partisan of the "Cæsar" made cardinal by, 321.
- -, deception practised on Moreta the French envoy by, 322.
- tires of his dissimulation, 323.
- -, plans of, for carrying on war with France, 323.
- -, is in perpetual fear for his life, 324.
- -, full power sent by, to his nuncio at the Imperial court to conclude triple alliance, 325.
- -, complimentary letter to the Emperor on his coronation from, 326.
- -, absorbed by the pleasures of hunting to the exclusion of politics, 327.
- -, desires written promise from the Emperor not to reconcile himself with France without his consent, 328.
- -, is urged to ally himself with France, 329.
- -, promise of non-reconciliation with France made, signed, and sealed by, 330.
- -, indifference to the triple alliance shown by, 332.
- -, invites the Emperor to go to Italy, 332.
- -, decides to conclude an alliance with the Emperor, 333.
- -, Wolsey nominated legate for ten years by, 335.
- -, on the art of dissimulation, 336.
- -, brief of censure against favourers of Luther sent by, 337.
- -, bitter complaints against the English made by, 338.
- -, fury of, at the entrance of his States by the Spanish troops, 339.
- -, power sent by, to conclude alliance with King of England, 340.
- -, brief sent by, to the Emperor, 340.
- -, exhortation to the Emperor by, 341.
- -, is troubled by the affairs of Luther, 343.
- -, continual vacillation of, in the affair of the alliance, 347.
- -, must be frightened into signing the alliance, 347.
- -, means to be used to reduce to obedience to the Emperor the, 351.
- -, offensive alliance with Emperor Charles V. signed by, 352.
- -, is advised to discontinue negotiations with King Henry for some time, 352.
- -, four requests made to the Emperor by, 354.
- -, wishes that Prospero Colonna may be commander-in-chief of allied armies, 355.
- -, interview of Rodrigo Niño with, 358.
- -, contempt expressed by, for Imperial army and navy, 359.
- -, good opinion of the Emperor expressed by, 360.
- -, orders excommunication of King of France to be promulgated, 363.
- -, temporizes and delays the excommunication of King of France, 373.
- -, alarm felt by, at negotiations carried on by Wolsey, 374.
- -, thinks Wolsey's character should be exposed to King of England, 377.
- -, new power sent by, to conclude alliance with Henry VIII., 377.
- -, observations on triple alliance made by, 378.
- -, title of "Defender of the Christian Faith" given to Henry VIII. by, 381.
- -, death of, 381.
- -, suspicions respecting the cause of illness of, 382.
- -, state of indebtedness in which the Apostolic See was left by, 387.
- -, included in treaties, ii. 163, 180, 232.
- -, reference made to the late, at 386, 505, 552, 594, 699.
- -, reference to treaties made by, 479, 544.
- Pius III., resolutions of the cardinals in conclave ratified by, i. 310.
- -, Henry VII. had applied for a dispensation to, 325, 341.
Portundo, captain, ii. 359, 361.
Porter, an acknowledgment of King Henry VIII. signed by, ii. 20.
-, commission signed by, 268.
Porticu, Cardinal, Francesco Pisani (see Pisani).
Porto, Bishop of, Cardinal Domenico Grimani, see Grimani.
Portugal, friendship and treaties between England, i. 8.
-, treaties with, 14.
-, notice of Christopher Columbus on his return from, 49.
-, Perkin Warbeck in, 50, 92.
-, former Duke of Beja, King of, 76.
-, entry into Spain of the King and Queen of, 160.
-, succession in, 194.
-, ambassadors expected in England from, 209.
-, Pedro Usachi Guerra sent to, 323.
-, mentioned at ii. 354, 535, 547, 553, 584.
-, King of, mention of Spanish and English alliance with, i. 13.
-, -, clause in Spanish and English treaty respecting, 16.
-, -, exception from Spanish and English treaty of, 22.
-, -, death of, 70.
-, -, reference to the late, ii. 396, 397.
-, -, one Spanish Infanta to marry, i. 105.
- -, Doña Isabella marries Don Manuel, 115.
-, -, Doña Maria proposed by Queen Isabella as an eligible alliance for, 115.
-, -, Doña Maria married to, 175.
-, -, included in Spanish and English treaty of alliance, 215.
-, -, Spanish and English treaty to include, 225.
-, -, marriage of, 228.
-, -, the King of the Romans favoured by, 365.
-, -, Henry VII. requested to undertake the conquest of Africa by, 367.
-, -, aid given by the Pope to, 418.
-, -, readiness to join the expedition to Africa of, 438.
-, -, and Queen of, sworn as Infantas of Spain, 199.
-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII. and Louis XII. of France, ii. 35.
-, -, included in treaty between the Pope, Maximilian, Kings Ferdinand and Henry VIII., 114.
-, -, included in treaty between Henry VIII., Maximilian, and King Ferdinand, 116.
-, -, included in treaty between Louis XII. of France and Henry VIII., 232.
-, -, included in treaty between Pope Leo X., Maximilian, Kings of France, Spain, and England, 292.
-, -, hopes of winning over to the league the, 362.
-, -, alliance with Prester John, of India, of the, 363.
-, -, defensive league proposed by Emperor Charles V. to, 394.
-, -, accession of new (John III.), 394.
-, -, various marriages to be proposed by Emperor to, 395.
-, -, promises his obedience to the Pope, 423.
-, -, ambassadors of, to speak with Emperor concerning the marriage, 511.
-, -, contracted in marriage to Mde. Katharine, 655, 656.
-, -, included in treaty, 663.
-, -, proposed marriage of the daughter of, 689.
-, -, mentioned at 429, 533.
-, Don George of, 398.
-, the Queen of, as widow, i. 268.
-, Queen Dowager of, message of condolence from Charles V. to, ii. 395.
-, mentioned at 511, 540.
-, -, proposed dower of, in case of marriage with Duke of Bourbon, 576.
-, -, to be offered in marriage to King of France, 632-3.
-, Infanta Maria of, proposed marriage of, with Prince of Hungary, 161.
- -, talk of marriage with Duke of Savoy of, 323.
-, Madame Mary of, proposed marriage between the Dauphin and, 634.
-, Princess of, memoir on the opportunity of a marriage between Charles V. and, a, 396-7.
Potenzia, Count, ii. 671.
Powers given by Ferdinand and Isabella to conclude treaties of alliance and marriage. (See Ferdinand and Isabella.)
- - by Henry VII. to conclude treaties of alliance and marriage. (See Henry VII.)
- - by Maximilian. (See Maximilian.)
- - to Puebla to act for the Pope, i. 89.
- - to Puebla to act for Maximilian, 93.
Poynings, Sir (Edward?), ii. 112.
-, -, pension paid by France to, 247.
Praet, Louis de, Imperial ambassador in England, ii. 529.
-, -, sets forth conditions on which the Duke of Bourbon will unite with the Emperor and England, 576.
-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 653.
-, -, obtains unfavourable terms from King Henry, 653.
-, -, is to induce King Henry to fulfil promises, 654.
Pran, Doctor (Prantner?), ii. 510.
Prantner, Dr., sent to Switzerland, ii. 535, 536.
Pregai (Pregati, Pregadi, see note), name of the great council in Venice, ii. 518.
President of the Council of Castile, see Rojas.
- -, pension to be paid out of the sum reserved for indemnification of Wolsey to, ii. 616.
Prester John, of India, ii. 363.
Prie, Renatus de, Cardinal of Santa Lucia, ii. 63.
Princes Electors, ambassadors of, ii. 574.
- -, letters sent by Charles V. to, 649.
- -, included in treaties between Henry VIII. and Louis of France, ii. 35.
- -, - between the Pope, Emperor elect, King Ferdinand, and Henry VIII., 114.
- -, - between Henry VIII. and King Ferdinand, 116.
- -, - between the Emperor and King Henry VIII., 435.
- -, - between Charles V., Henry VIII., and Francis I., 663.
Principalities in Scotland, i. 172.
Prior of St. John in Jerusalem, i. 447.
Privy Council (of England), notice of acts in, i. 6, 223, 224.
- -, ii. 39.
- - assembled to receive Spanish ambassadors, 76, 78.
- - of Castile, advice given to Charles V. by, 397.
- - of Spain, 191.
- Councillors (of England) adverse to Spanish alliance, i. 223.
- -, lists of, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451.
- - to consider negotiations for treaty with Spain, ii. 39.
- - assembled to discuss the conduct of English captains in Spain, 76, 77.
- Seal, the Lord, paper sent to De Puebla by, i. 16.
- -, -, letters from Spain for, 28.
- -, -, the Pope to send a letter to, 56.
- -, Bishop of Winchester, lord keeper of the, ii. 35, 39.
Prothonotary, Pedro Ayala, Apostolic, i. 350.
- of Spain, 31, 141, 168, 263.
-, Caracciolo, see Caracciolo.
Prous, Rychard, servant of John Stile, ii. 211.
Provincial of the Observant Friars, taken prisoner in France, ii. 98.
Provence, ii. 482.
-, projected invasion of, by Henry VIII. and Charles V., 496, 530, 579, 581, 582, 583, 588, 597, 606, 608, 616, 626, 627, 628, 638, 641, 645, 646, 651, 653, 655, 669.
-, success of Imperial troops in, 654.
-, delays caused by English in the invasion of, 657.
-, dangers threatening, 659, 660.
-, state of affairs in, 662.
-, want of money retards the invasion of, 667.
-, Emperor must decide on the movements of his army in, 668.
-, the cause of failure of the invasion of, 674.
Prussia, ii. 334.
Puccio, Laurentius, Cardinal of Santi Quatro, see Santi Quatro.
Puch, Mosen, ii. 407.
Puebla, Doctor de, (ambassador of Ferdinand and Isabella at the court of Henry VII.), a commission to, from Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain to conclude a treaty of marriage between the Princess Katharine and Arthur, Prince of Wales, &c., &c., i. 3.
-, -, memorandum concerning marriage portion made by, 4.
-, -, indenture entered into with the commissioners of Henry VII. by Juan de Sepulveda and, 5.
-, -, Juan de Sepulveda delivers letters from the King and Queen of Spain to, 5.
-, -, Henry VII. gives an audience to, 6.
-, -, -, gives a second audience to, 10.
-, -, the Prince of Wales and the Queen of England visited by, 11.
-, -, the sending English ambassadors to Spain to be prevented by, 14.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella have had various letters from, 20.
-, -, secret instructions to, 53, 55.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella's instructions to, 57.
-, -, information respecting France from, 58.
-, -, account of the landing of Perkin Warbeck, by, 59.
-, -, negotiations between France and England must be diligently watched by, 62.
-, -, directions from Ferdinand and Isabella concerning the treaty with Henry VII. to, 67, 69.
-, -, cipher not to be used by, 68.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella refer Henry VII. for details of the Spanish and English negotiations to, 72, 86.
-, -, instructions from Spain sent as a commercial letter to, 75.
-, -, power to conclude treaty, &c., between Spain and England, sent by Ferdinand and Isabella to, 86, 125, 129.
-, -, power granted by the Pope to, 89.
-, -, power granted by Maximilian to, 93.
-, -, Henry VII. addressed concerning the Pope by, 99, 100.
-, -, answer of Henry VII. concerning French affairs to, 101.
-, -, negotiations respecting the Spanish alliance between the English commissioners and, 102.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella urge the conclusion of the treaty with Henry VII. upon, 104.
-, -, letter respecting the Pope from Queen Isabella to, 108.
-, -, the affairs of Scotland, England, France, and Flanders, treated of by Queen Isabella in a letter to, 115.
-, -, Queen Isabella shows the line of conduct to be pursued with Henry VII. by, 120, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella send further instruction respecting their negotiations with Henry VII. to, 131, 136, 139, 143.
-, -, notes written by, 141.
-, -, duties on Spanish merchandise always complained of to Henry VII. by, 144.
-, -, Henry VII. justifies, and offers church preferment and an honourable marriage to, 146.
-, -, enquiries to be made for Ferdinand and Isabella into the conduct of, 148.
-, -, Henry VII. warned against France by, 151.
-, -, complaints of Don Pedro de Ayala from, 155.
-, -, an English and French alliance feared by, 156.
-, -, conversation held with Henry VII. by, 158, 207.
-, -, character of, 161.
-, -, further traits of, 163.
-, -, jealousy of, 164.
-, -, complaints against, 165.
-, -, the business of a lawyer carried on by, 167.
-, -, note respecting a Scotch clergyman by, 180.
-, -, conversation of the Bishop of Cambray with, 189.
-, requests made to Ferdinand and Isabella by, 191, 192, 229.
-, -, the powers given exceeded by, 196.
-, -, Flemish negotiations settled by, 198.
-, -, marriage of, 202.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella reproach, 204.
-, -, acts as proxy for the Princess Katharine on the 19th May 1499, 209.
-, -, the offers of Henry VII. not accepted by, 214.
-, -, the Bishop of London speaks favourably of, 220.
-, -, sketch of the Spanish and English treaty of alliance by, 224.
-, -, all Spaniards in England placed under the jurisdiction of, 230.
-, -, the personal affairs of, 232.
-, -, a watch to be kept on, 235.
-, -, the arrival in England of Fuensalida excites jealousy and suspicion in, 236, 237.
-, -, opinion of the English expressed by, 237.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella repeat what they wish settled by, 241.
-, -, empowered to act again as proxy for the Princess Katharine, 248.
-, -, a repetition of the marriage ceremony between the Princess Katharine and Arthur, Prince of Wales, requested of Henry VII. by, 249.
-, -, the recall of Pedro de Ayala requested of Ferdinand and Isabella by, 251.
-, -, Queen Isabella ratifies the acts of, 257.
-, -, orders sent to, 267.
-, -, letter of recall to, 269.
-, -, the negotiations between Spain and England, on the subject of the French war, may be assisted by, 273.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella desire aid to be asked of Henry by, 276.
-, -, measures for the restitution of the Princess of Wales' dowry advised by, 277.
-, -, conduct expected by Ferdinand and Isabella from, 277.
-, -, the course the Duke de Estrada is to pursue towards, 281.
-, -, use may be made of, 283.
-, -, the promises of, 284.
-, -, the Duke de Estrada must excite zeal in, 292.
-, -, Queen Isabella is dissatisfied with, 294.
-, -, Henry VII. must be informed of the determination of Ferdinand and Isabella on two points by, 298.
-, -, proposition respecting peace with France made by, 332.
-, -, a picture of the Queen of Naples to be sent secretly to, 334.
-, -, arrest of the daughter of, 339.
-, -, Henry VII. enquires into the authority enjoyed in Spain by, 364.
-, -, Henry VII. reproaches, 366.
-, -, interview between the Princess of Wales and the ambassadors of Maximilian described by, 370.
-, -, conduct pursued in reference to the Princess of Wales' letter by, 372.
-, -, reasons for the anxiety respecting the conduct of the Princess of Wales felt by, 373.
-, -, the Princess of Wales complains of, 377.
-, -, account of several interviews with Henry VII. and of the progress of the negotiations with him by, 408.
-, -, poverty complained of by, 410, 438.
-, -, place of Custos of hospital of Sherbourne conferred on, 414.
-, -, opinion entertained by the Princess of Wales of, 427.
-, -, money wanted by, 429.
-, -, the bad conduct of, 433.
-, -, the deception practised by the Princess Katharine towards, 435.
-, -, list of papers left by, 471.
-, -, son of the late, ii. 20.
-, -, letters from :
1488, July 15, to Ferdinand and Isabella, i. 5.
1488, Oct. 11, do., 15.
1488, Oct. 30, do., 16.
1488, Dec. 11, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 16.
1488, Dec. 19 (?), do., 19.
1488, Dec. 19 (?), do., 19.
1495, July 15, do., 57.
1496, June 13, do., 99.
1496, July 11, do., 110.
1496, July 11, do., 113.
1496, July 11, do., 113.
1498, June 15, do., 151.
1498, June 15 (?), do., 152.
1498, June 27, do., 153.
1498, July 15, do., 153.
1498, July 17, do., 155.
1498, Aug. 25, do., 185.
1498, Aug. 27, do., 194.
1498, Sept. 7, do., 195.
1498, Sept. 25, do., 197.
1498, Sept. 25, to Almazan, 198.
1499, March 5, to Queen Isabella, 202.
1499, March 30, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 207.
1500, Jan. 11, do., 213.
1500, June 16, do., 222.
1500, June 16, to Henry VII., 229.
1500, June (?) to Ferdinand and Isabella, 230.
1500, June 16, to Almazan, 231.
1500, June 27, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 233.
1500, Dec. 27, do., 248.
1504, Oct. 23, do., 331.
1504, Nov. 23, do., 338.
1504, Nov. 23, to Queen Isabella, 339.
1504, Dec. 5, to Ferdinand and Isabella, 342.
1504, Dec. 5, do. 345.
1505, Aug. 11, to King Ferdinand, 366.
1505, Aug. 11, do., 368.
1505, Aug. 12, do., 370.
1505, Aug. 17, do., 371.
1505, Aug. 17, do., 374.
1507, April 15, do., 408.
1507, Sept. 7, do., 428.
1507, Sept. 7, to Almazan, 431.
1507, Oct. 5, to King Ferdinand, 437.
-, -, letters to :
1483, — from Ferdinand and Isabella, i. 12.
1483, Dec. 17, do., 17.
1489, Feb. 15, do., 20.
1490, Jan. (?), do., 26.
1491, May 26, from Isabella, 35.
1495, Feb. 25, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 53.
1495, Feb. 25, do., 53.
1495, March 12, do., 55.
1495, May 13, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 57.
1495, July 20, do., 60.
1495, Sept. 15, from Pope Alexander VI., 69.
1495, Sept. 23, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 70.
1495, Sept. 23, do., 71.
1495, Sept. 23, do., 72.
1495, Nov. 2, do., 72.
1495, Dec. 28, do., 72.
1495, Dec. 28, do., 73.
1495, Dec. 28, do., 73.
1496, Jan. 30, do., 80.
1496, Jan. 30, do., 86.
1496, Jan. 31, do., 86.
1496, March 28, do., 88.
1496, April 10, from Pope Alexander VI., 89.
1496, April 14, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 89.
1496, April 18, from Maximilian, King of the Romans, 93.
1496, April 26, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 93.
1496, April 27, do., 98.
1496, April 28, do., 99.
1496, June 21, do., 104.
1496, June 22, do., 106.
1496, July 10, from Queen Isabella (?), 108.
1496, Aug. 18, do., 114.
1496, Aug. 18, do., 114.
1496, Aug. 18, do., 114.
1496, Aug. 20, do., 119.
1496, Aug. 20, do., 119.
1496, Aug. 21, do., 120.
1496, Aug. 22, do., 120.
1496, Aug. 25, do., 122.
1496, Sept. 12, do., 123.
1496, Sept. 12, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 125.
1496, Setp. 15, from Queen Isabella, 125.
1497, Jan. 10, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 131.
1497, Jan. 10, do., 136.
1497, Jan. 15, do., 136.
1497, March 28, do., 139.
1497, April 8, do., 142.
1497, June 14, do., 143.
1497, Oct. 23, from Henry VII., 145.
1498, March 14, from an unknown writer, 148.
1498, April 7, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 150.
1498, June 5, from "Licenciatus et Decanus," 150.
1498, July 24, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 167.
1498, July (?) anonymous, 180.
1498, Aug. 20, from Archduke Philip, 185.
1498, Aug. 26, from Valdaura, 195.
1498, Oct. 17, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 199.
1499, March 12, from Princess Katharine, 203.
1499, March 12, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 203.
1500, Jan. 20, do., 215.
1500, Jan. 27, do., 216.
1500, Feb. 25, from Queen Isabella, 217.
1500, June 6, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 220.
1500, June 6, from the Bishop of Malaga, 230.
1500, June 6, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 230.
1500, July 25, do., 239.
1500, Aug. 13, do., 241.
1500, Aug. 26, do., 242.
1500, Oct. 3, do., 243.
1501, March 23, from Queen Isabella, 253.
1501, April 8, do., 256.
1501, May 7, do., 257.
1501, May 21, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 258.
1501, May 21, from Almazan, 258.
1501, May 29, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 259.
1501, July 5, do., 259.
1501, July 29, do., 259.
1502, Jan. 6, do., 265.
1502, April 15, do., 265.
1502, April 29, do., 266.
1502, May 10, do., 267.
1502, May 12, do., 267.
1502, May 29, do., 268.
1502, June 14, do., 270.
1502, June 15, do., 270.
1502, July 18, do., 275.
1502, Aug. 10, from Queen Isabella, 276.
1502, Sept. 30, do., 291.
1502, Dec. 13, from Ferdinand and Isabella, 293.
1503, April 11, from Queen Isabella, 294.
1503, July 10, from Henry VII., 308.
1505, March 24, from Princess of Wales, 350.
1505, June 22, from King Ferdinand, 354.
1505, June 22, do., 354.
1505, June 22, do., 377.
1506, June or July, do., 390.
1507, May 19, from King Ferdinand, 415.
1507, May 19, do., 416.
1507, June 8 (?), do., 417.
1507, July 20, do., 420.
1507, July 20, do., 421.
1508, Jan. (?), do., 452.
Puente del Arzobispo, letter dated from, i. 266.
Punthallon, i. 232.
Pyrenees, ii. 175.