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Sadoletus, declaration of Pope Leo signed by, ii. 268.

-, T., letter of Pope Clement signed by, 688.

St. Amand, included in treaty, ii. 35.

-, clause in treaty respecting, 276.

St. Andrew, the "tan" of, i. 175.

St. Andrews, archbishopric of, ii. 162.

-, Cathulle, Archdeacon of, see Cathulle.

St. Augustin Friars, general of the, ii. 387.

St. Benedeto, abbacy of, ii. 549.

St. Bernard's Castle, treaty dated at, ii. 116.

St. Chrysogolus, Cardinal of, i. 324.

St. Cosmo, festivities in Rome on the day of, ii. 320.

St. Eusebio, Petrus de Accoltis, Cardinal of, Archbishop of Ravenna, in conclave, 388, 592.

St. Francis, visitor of the Order of, i. 169.

St. Germain en Laye, treaty dated at, ii. 220.

St. Germano, ii. 707.

St. Giovanni, ii. 702.

-, castle of, taken by Prospero Colonna, 521, 531, 535.

St. James, ii. 299.

-, the abbacy of, 643.

St. John, the Order of, ii. 588.

St. John Baptist, Feast of, voyage of Princess Katharine deferred to, i. 239.

-, -, Princess Katharine to leave by, 257.

St. John's, near London, i. 2.

St. Laurent, the Duke of Bourbon at, ii. 679.

St. Lazaro, ii. 702.

St. Marco, church of, ii. 468.

St. Marsau, Monsieur de, see Marsau.

St. Mathias, Feast of the Apostle of, day on which the battle of Pavia was fought, ii. 709.

St. Michael, marriage portion to be paid at the Feast of, i, 410.

- in Antwerp, ii. 309.

St. Odomari, i. 451.

St. Omer, Archduke Philip at, i. 236.

-, the King Archduke to go to, 371.

-, ii. 445.

St. Paolo, ii. 702.

St. Paul's, the Dean of, i. 324.

-, coronation of Henry VIII. in, ii. 20.

-, permission demanded of Leo X. to bury James IV. of Scotland in, ii. 162.

St. Peter the Martyr, offering vowed by Princess Katharine to, ii. 38.

St. Peter's, palace of, bull dated from, i. 66.

-, -, Pope Alexander writes to Puebla from, 70.

-, -, treaty dated from, ii. 56, 224.

-, -, bull dated from, 64.

- in Rome, i. 89.

- in gold, a head dress, 335.

-, commissioners of, ii. 452.

-, bull of, 700.

St. Pol, in Brittany, taken by the English, ii. 466.

St. Sebastian, arrival of Salvador Duarte at, i. 80.

St. Sisto, Cardinal, see Minerva.

-, -, in conclave, ii. 391.

St. Quatuor, see Santi Quatro.

St. Theodor, Cardinal, see San Severino.

St. Thomas, the shrine of, i. 207.

St. Vitus, Nicolaus Ridolphi, Cardinal, see Ridolphi.

St. Zugat, ii. 453.

Sala, the Maestre, i. 373.

Salamanca, the doctors of the university of, opinions of, i. 304.

-, letter dated from, i. 402.

-, ii. 341.

-, the Bishop of, 659.

-, the treasurer, 426.

-, -, marriage of, 584.

-, -, letters from Martin de Salinas to, 426, 431, 432, 443, 448, 455, 505, 510.

Salamancas, Pedro de, merchant, i. 67.

Salary of Ayala, Spanish ambassador, i. 179.

- of Lanuza, ii. 70.

- of Bishop of Tripoli, 250.

Salazer, Doña Maria de, letter from Princess of Wales in favour of, i. 375.

Salsas, French encamped before, i. 319.

-, -, ii. 175, 455.

Salerno, ii. 464.

-, Archbishop of, 331.

-, Bishop of, murders committed by, 464.

Salice (Sauch), Johannes, secretary, ii. 299.

Salinas, Count de, captain-general of Spain, i. 30.

-, -, Henry VII. to, 32.

-, Martin de, ambassador of Archduke Ferdinand at the Imperial court, ii. 426.

-, -, his account of the doings in England on occasion of Charles V.'s visit there, 426.

-, -, cannot obtain audience of Emperor on account of festivities, 431.

-, -, the challenge of Henry VIII. to King of France, spoken of by, 432.

-, -, has audience of Queen Katharine, 433.

-, -, describes a French play, a skit on King of France, performed at English court, 444.

-, -, cheapness of living in England mentioned by, 445.

-, -, his ungracious reception by Queen Katharine, 448.

-, -, information concerning Emperor sent by, 510.

-, -, letters of, 426, 431, 432, 443, 448, 451, 455, 510, 534, 547, 584.

-, Maria de, Doña, favourite of Queen Katharine, 248, 273.

Salm, Count, ii. 692.

Salozano, Lope de, quarter master to Princess of Wales, i. 247.

-, Pedro de, assistant to Saravia, 247.

Saluzzo, ii. 459, 467.

-, Marchioness of, contribution for army paid by, 469, 471.

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

Salvador, Duarte de, bearer of Spanish letters, i. 71.

-, cup bearer to Princess of Wales, 247.

Salvage, Dr. Thomas, Latin oration made by, i. 21.

Salvatierra, ii. 182.

Salviati, ii. 601.

-, Johannes, Cardinal, 389, 592, 675, 685.

-, Lorenzo, 694.

Salviatis, Giacopo de, ii. 424.

Salzburg, bishopric of, to be procured for Cardinal Gurk, ii. 220.

Sampson, Richard, doctor of laws, commission given to, ii. 549, 555.

Sanchez, Alonso, Imperial ambassador in Venice, announces death of Pope Leo X. to Emperor, ii. 382.

-, -, his conversation with the Doge of Venice, 410.

-, -, artful dealings of the Venetians with, 421.

-, -, denies the right of King Henry and Wolsey to interfere between Venice and the Emperor, 443.

-, -, illness of, delays proceedings in Venice, 458.

-, -, his interview with Richard Pace, 473.

-, -, letters patent from Charles V. to Doge brought by, 478.

-, -, transactions in Venice reported to Emperor by, 479.

-, -, praises the services of Richard Pace, 480.

-, -, his conversation on Venetian affairs with Pace, 491.

-, -, increases the Venetian difficulties, 499.

-, -, recognizes the importance of union between the Pope and Emperor, 500.

-, -, confers with Hieronymo Adorno, 518.

-, -, his difficulties with King Henry regarding the league, 554.

-, -, must remain at Venice, 568.

-, -, faithful and diligent service given by, 572.

-, -, congratulates Emperor on conclusion of peace with Venice, 572.

-, -, treaty of alliance between England and Venice brought by servant of, 581.

-, -, interviews and negotiations with Signory of Venice concerning the league, 456, 467, 468, 474, 475, 477, 485, 490, 492, 504, 540, 560, 692, 700.

-, -, mentioned at, 424, 436, 549, 566, 577, 696.

-, -, letters of, to :

1521, Dec. 5, the Emperor Charles V., 382.

1522, Jan. 17, do., 398.

1522, Jan. 29, do., 399.

1522, Feb. 20, do., 403.

1522, March 15, do., 409.

1522, March 15, Murcurino de Gattinara, 410.

1522, June 18, Emperor Charles V., 437.

1522, June 20, do., 442.

1522, June 26, Chancellor Gattinara, 446.

1522, June 26 and 30, Charles V., 446.

1522, July 10, do., 451.

1522, July 19, do., 455.

1522, July 25 and 29, do., 457.

1522, Aug. 7, do., 467.

1522, Aug. 17, Chancellor Gattinara, 469.

1522, Aug. 27, Charles V., 473.

1522, Aug. 27, abstract of the above, 478.

1522, Aug. 31, Charles V., 479.

1522, Sept 16, do., 482.

1522, Oct. 3, do., 485.

1522, Oct. 11, do., 489.

1522, Oct. 15, do., 490.

1522, Oct. 16, duplicate, 493.

1522, Oct. 23, Charles V., 495.

1522, Oct. 26, do., 500.

1522, Nov. 13, do., 503.

1522, Dec. 28, do., 517.

1523, Feb. 1, do., 525.

1523, Feb. 7, do., 526.

1523, Feb. 28, do., 530.

1523, May 8, do., 548.

1523, May 20, do., 549.

1523, June 5, do., 550.

1523, June 13, do., 554.

1523, July 16, do., 560.

1523, July 16, the Signory of Venice, 562.

1523, July 23, Charles V., 567.

1523, July 23, duplicate, 568.

1523, July 29, Charles V., 571.

1523, July 29, duplicate, 572.

1523, Aug. 18, Charles V., 577.

1523, Sept. 28, do., 586.

1524, March 15, do., 613.

1524, June 9, do., 646.

1525, Feb. 4, Richard Pace, 698.

1525, Feb. 21, Charles V., 704.

-, -, letters to, 399, 647, 698.

Sancta, Maria, the, of Bilbao, i. 1.

-, -, of San Sebastian, 1.

-, -, of Fuentarabia, 1.

-, -, of Summaga, 1.

-, Maria de Concepcion, island of, i. 43.

-, -, second island discovered by Christopher Columbus, 44.

Sanctis, Bishop, ii. 424.

Sanctorum Quatuor, Cardinal, see Santi Quatro.

Sanctus, Jacobus, the, of Bilbao, i. 1.

-, Spiritus, the, 1.

-, Stephanus, the, 4.

Sanguesa, ii. 182.

Sandwich, King of the Romans to go to, ii. 296.

San Juan, Spanish army at, ii. 65.

San Juan de Pie del Puerto, ii. 182.

San Marsau, M. de (see also Marsau), charged with offers of terms from Francis I. to the Pope, ii. 598.

-, -, sent to congratulate Clement VII., 601.

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

San Matheo, Egidio, Cardinal, 389, 391.

-, his behaviour towards Cardinal Farnese during the conclave, 392.

-, in conclave, 592.

San Salvador, island of, i. 43.

-, a welcome discovery at, ii. 702.

San Sebastian, report of delay of parcel from, i. 159.

-, one of the best ports from which to send letters to England, 192.

-, Thos. Buxer fined for bringing a whale from Iceland to, 202.

-, vessel of, 1.

-, ii. 582.

San Severino, ii. 174, 178.

-, Federigo de, Cardinal of St. Theodor, 63.

Santa Cecilia, Thomas, Cardinal of, see also Wolsey, 389.

Santa Clara de Madrigal, two daughters of Ferdinand, prioresses of, i. 26.

Santa Croce, Cardinal of, Bernardus Carbajal. Bishop of Ostia, ii. 281.

- -, letter to the Emperor from, 361.

- -, his advice as to war with France, 361.

- -, letter to the Emperor from, 381.

- -, announces death of Pope Leo, 381.

- - in conclave, 388, 392, 592, 593.

- -, his letters intercepted by the French, 400.

- -, leads the anti-Imperial party, 401.

- -, favourite of Pope Adrian, 403.

- - boasts he has placed the tiara on Pope Adrian's head, 411.

- -, his endeavour to poison the mind of the Pope, 412.

- -, conceit of, 413.

- - at enmity with the Pope, 452.

- -, letter to the Emperor from, 484.

- - refutes reports against him, 484.

- - is refused the bishopric of Ostia, 546.

- - mentioned at, 315, 318, 385.

Santa Cruz, Sub-Prior of, i. 148, 150.

- -, message to Henry by the, 153.

- -, letter from the, 164.

- -, letters to the, 148, 165, 166.

- -, letters from the, 159, 164, 181, 182, 199.

- - and the Archduchess, 184.

- -, account of the Archduchess by, 199.

- - in want of money, 202.

- -, monastery of, in Segovia, ii. 619.

Santa Fé, in the Vega of Granada, i. 41.

-, letter dated from, i. 258.

Santa Gadea, Juan de, courier, i. 63.

-, -, cannot sail, 76.

-, -, arrival of, 93.

- Marta, abbacy of, ii. 583.

Santander, the Emperor Charles V. at, ii. 455, 470.

-, letter dated from, 455.

Santangelo taken by Imperialists, ii. 697.

-, Civita, Marquis of, at Nice, 662.

-, -, his activity at Pavia, 701.

Santiago in Galicia, i. 258.

Santiago, Archbishop of, Alphonso de Fonseca, i. 261.

-, -, money to be received by, 264.

-, the order of, 335.

-, -, commendador of the, ii. 275.

-, knight of, created by the Pope, 362.

-, council of the military order to assemble in, 398.

-, Cisterer to be made a knight of, 506.

-, Francisco to be made a knight of, 552.

Santi Quatro (or Quatuor), Cardinal of, Laurentius Puccio, ii. 303.

-, -, in the Emperor's interest, 385.

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

-, -, mentioned at, 315, 331, 341, 594, 604, 649.

Saracens, victory over the, and congratulations of Henry VII. to Ferdinand and Isabella, i. 239.

Saravia, keeper of plate to Princess of Wales, i. 247.

Sarmiento, comptroller to Princess of Wales, 247.

-, Juan, page to Princess of Wales, 247.

Sasedo, Marshal to Princess of Wales, 247.

Sasiola, the bachelor, i. 37.

- empowered to amend treaties, 42.

-, Jafre, 51.

Sauvaige, Jehan le, letter from, respecting the Archduchess Margaret, i. 393.

-, -, becomes security for the Archduke Charles, 450.

-, Johannes de, Seigneur de Descanbelze, security for Charles, King of Spain, ii. 388.

Savage, Anthony, articles to be communicated to Pedro de Ayala by, i. 350.

-, Thomas, doctor of law, 3.

-, -, commission to, 17.

Savelli, i. 52.

-, family of, restitution to be made to, 313.

Savona, ii. 165, 470.

-, mention of meeting between Kings Ferdinand and Louis at, 212.

-, threatened invasion by the French, 669.

-, Bishop of, informs Charles V. of the election of Clement VII., 596.

Savoy, Duke of, death of the, i. 333.

-, Duchess of, her widowhood, 333.

-, -, two portraits of, 370.

-, -, return of, 370.

-, -, Henry VII. might marry the, 412.

-, -, Dowager of, included in treaty, ii. 435.

-, Madame de, (see Archduchess Margaret), 425.

-, -, arrival in England of ambassador from, 426.

-, -, (see Archduchess Margaret), 450.

Savoy, ii. 147, 459.

-, the bastard of, 455.

-, Duke of, promises aid against France, 372.

-, -, demands liberation of Prince of Orange, 657.

-, -, a partisan of France, 692.

-, -, news from the, 668.

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

Saxony, Duke of, Perkin Warbeck received by the, i. 50.

-, -, Madame Margaret to marry, 193.

-, -, included in treaty, ii. 114.

-, Frederic Duke of, Friar Martin staying with, ii. 305.

Schism (conciliabulum), the French denounced as the authors of the, ii. 80.

Schomberg, Nicolas, Archbishop of Capua, see Capua.

Scalas, Count de, i. 12.

Scalder, William, license to, i. 40.

Scotch marriage, respecting the, i. 26.

- ambassadors sent to Ferdinand and Isabella, 72.

-, the, character of, 104.

- ambassadors, danger of, 120.

- language, difference between English and, 169.

- pound, worth of the, 170.

-, want of industry in the, 171.

- clergyman, proceedings against a, 180.

Scotland, treaties between France and, i. 16.

-, troops for Perkin Warbeck went to, 59.

-, King of, wishes of, 69.

-, ambassadors from, 71.

-, truce between England and, 71.

-, wishes of Henry concerning, 74.

-, sealed letter for, 77.

-, danger from, 84.

-, Spanish ambassadors in, 89.

-, affairs of, 90, 98, 105, 115, 122, 131.

-, assistance to him of York by, 90.

- and England, peace between, 91, 96.

-, Spanish negotiations with, 91.

-, anxiety of Ferdinand and Isabella respecting the affairs of, 98.

-, the King of, negotiations of, 102.

-, French intrigues respecting Perkin Warbeck in, 111.

- and England, truce between, 116.

-, intentions of Spain in, 124.

-, consequence of Spanish ambassador not being in, 135.

-, Spanish ambassador in, 136.

-, Henry VII. not to make war on, 139.

-, Don Pedro de Ayala, ambassador to, 152.

-, Latin scholar to be sent to, 158.

-, Don Pedro de Ayala's knowledge of, 161.

- and England, peace between delayed, 167.

-, cruelties committed by the English in, 168.

-, the King of, description of the, 169.

-, description of the kingdom of, by P. de Ayala, 171-179.

-, geographical position of, 174.

-, London not so near Spain as, 175.

-, alliance with Spain, 175.

-, power of self-defence possessed by, 175.

-, aid given to other countries by, 175.

-, proposed alliance between England and, 175.

-, patron saint of, 175.

-, sufficient caution not used by Spain in the affairs of, 178.

-, Pedro de Ayala expected in, 179.

-, peace with, 190.

-, the state of affairs between England and, 210.

-, friendship to be maintained by Spain with, 217.

-, intention of Henry VII. to send a messenger to, 252.

-, Denmark and, included in treaty, 252.

-, King of, Perkin Warbeck received by, 50.

-, -, Henry VII. not inimical to, 58.

-, -, ambassador from, to Spain, 69.

-, -, to enter the league, 70.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella send envoys to, 71.

-, -, Henry VII.'s wishes respecting the, 85.

-, -, to marry daughter of Henry VII., 85.

-, -, marriage of, 96.

-, -, negotiations with, 98.

-, -, the Pope wishes the league to be joined by, 99.

-, -, intrigues against Henry VII. carried on by, 110.

-, -, inclusion in Spanish and English treaty of, 245.

-, -, peace between England and, much to be desired by, ii. 28.

-, -, truce between France and Spain including, 68.

-, -, included in the truce of Orthez, 130.

-, -, slain in battle with the English (Flodden Field), 162.

-, affairs of, 192, 552.

-, peace to be procured between England and, 203.

-, King of England wishes to make peace with, 206.

-, settlement of affairs in, 216.

-, sister of King Henry of England Regent of, 217.

-, government of, to be settled to the satisfaction of Henry VIII., 219.

-, clauses relating to, in treaty between France and England, 232.

-, Queen of, taken prisoner, 262.

-, Duke of Albany declares himself King of, 262.

-, -, governor of, seeks help in France, 514.

-, hostile to Henry VIII., 612.

-, clause in project of peace concerning, 633.

-, clauses in treaty respecting, 664.

-, satisfactory state of affairs in, 670.

-, King of, obedience sworn by the Scots to, 670.

-, -, ambassadors of, in France, 687.

-, -, treaties and alliances of, with Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, Charles, Prince of Spain, Louis XII. of France, and Charles, Duke of Gueldres, Castle of Orthez, April 1, 1513, 105.

-, -, Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, Prince Charles, Louis XII. of France, Orléans, March 12, 1513, 207.

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

Scots, their influence with France, 26.

-, Puebla must lengthen negotiations with the, 27.

-, embassy to Henry from the, 145.

-, character of the, 172.

-, poverty of the, 175.

-, hostilities between the English and the, 190.

-, the English placed in difficulties by the, ii. 68.

-, show no inclination for peace, 192.

-, peace to be arranged between King Henry VIII. and the, 213.

-, King of France binds himself to aid the, 350.

-, news in Milan of the, 490.

-, truce concluded with the English by the, 514.

-, favourable tidings by Archbishop Bari of the, 536.

-, forces assembling in England to be used against the, 552.

-, slights received by King Henry VIII. from, 610.

-, not to be excited against the English, 612.

-, English army to march against the, 658.

- have sworn obedience to their King, 670.

-, the King of, offer of an illegitimate daughter of Ferdinand to, i. 26.

-, -, complaints of, against France, 96.

-, -, marriage of, 105, 124, 191, 217, 228, 252, 255.

-, -, proposal made to Ferdinand and Isabella by, 115.

-, -, invasion of England by, 135.

-, -, tractability of, 158.

-, -, Ayala held in estimation by, 165.

-, -, complaints of, 168.

-, -, opinion of Henry VII. respecting marriage of his daughter with, 176.

-, -, decisive answer to be given to, 178.

-, -, negotiations respecting the marriage of, 205.

-, -, Henry VII. dissatisfied with, 218.

-, -, treaty to include, 225.

-, -, inquiries to be made respecting, 235.

-, -, Spanish letter sent to, 249.

-, -, report of the marriage of, 266.

Scott, Edward, Custos of St. Thomas Hospital, Rome, i. 324.

Scover, John de, license granted to, i. 15.

Scudo, value of a, i. 4.

-, value of a Spanish, 129.

Seaports in Scotland, i. 173.

Secretary, Latin, declaration and oath of, i. 58.

- to Princess of Wales, 246.

- (Latin), to Henry VII., letter from 107.

-, -, letter to his nephew in Spain, 254.

Sedan, Seigneur of, included in treaty, ii. 232.

See, Apostolic, ii. 505, 520.

-, -, the French, natural enemies of, 596.

-, -, the league of, to be renewed, 685.

Segovia, letters dated from, i. 51, 318, 322, 354, 357.

-, the dignity of, thanks offered by de Ayala for, 179.

Segura, Pedro de, capture of two English vessels by, i. 12.

Selve, Johannes, doctor of laws, ambassador of King of France, ii. 230.

Sempi, Seigneur de, i. 387.

Seneschal, the great, in Normandy, ii. 233.

Sepulchre, the Holy, to be conquered from the Infidels, ii. 207.

Sepulveda, Juan de, joint commissioner with Puebla, i. 3.

-, -, arrives in London, 5.

-, -, letters received by, 12.

-, -, reception of, by Henry VII., 15.

-, -, advice of de Puebla to be followed by, 16.

-, -, sent to Henry VIII., ii. 64.

Seraphin, brings ratification of league from the Emperor Charles V., ii. 357.

Servant of the Viceroy of Naples, letters from, to Alonso Sanchez, ii. 647.

Seron, Anton, ii. 157.

Sessa, Luis de Cordova, Duke of, ii. 359.

-, -, recommended to the service of the Emperor, 361.

-, -, ambassador in Rome of Charles V., 484, 487.

-, -, laments the low condition of those who govern Pope Adrian, 494.

-, -, desires instruction as to behaviour towards the favourites of the Pope, 495.

-, -, his conference with Richard Pace, the English ambassador, 497.

-, -, his interview with Adrian VI., 499.

-, -, what was said to the Pope by, 500.

-, -, Adrian's views on Venetian and other matters explained to, 501.

-, -, his strong distaste to negotiate with Pope Adrian, 505.

-, -, terrified at the altered appearance of the Pope, 506.

-, -, system of bribery used to win over the Papal servants exposed by, 506.

-, -, Pope Adrian's accusation against, 508.

-, -, to use persuasion with Pope Adrian concerning the league, 511, 512.

-, -, must urge the Pope to come to terms with Duke of Ferrara, 515.

-, -, plans of Juan Manuel condemned by, 515.

-, -, management of affairs in Siena left to, 516.

-, -, entreated to remain at Rome, good diplomatists being rare, 522.

-, -, promises and threats to be used to Pope's servants by, 523.

-, -, energetic language to be used to the Pope by, 524.

-, -, cipher instructions from the Emperor to, 527.

-, -, is to confer with English ambassador on terms of peace, 529, 542.

-, -, conditions to which assent may be given by, 530.

-, -, title-deeds concerning Modena and Reggio sent to, 532.

-, -, illness of the wife of, 533.

-, -, commends Adrian VI.'s behaviour with respect to Venice, 534.

-, -, is sent for by the Pope, 537.

-, -, advises patience with the Pope and his puerilities, 538.

-, -, his comment on Pope Adrian's virtuous indignation against bribery, 539.

-, -, new power to conclude truce sent to, 541.

-, -, credentials to the Pope sent to, 544.

-, -, is to take no steps without consent of English ambassador, 544.

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

-, -, offers his person as security to the Venetians, 551.

-, -, desires the execution of Cardinal of Volterra
-, urges war with France, 552.

-, -, Charles V. communicates his intentions to, 557.

-, -, to use promptitude in the election of Cardinal de Medicis, 558.

-, -, importance of Venetian alliance known to, 566.

-, -, briefs from the Pope enclosed in a letter of, 568.

-, -, goes to kiss the foot of the Pope at Rome, 569.

-, -, letter in cipher to the Emperor from, 570.

-, -, to confer on state matters with Cardinal de Medicis, 574.

-, -, considers the Pope in a precarious state, 585.

-, -, cruelties of the cardinals to the dying Pope related by, 586.

-, -, befriends Cardinal de Medicis, 589.

-, -, returns thanks for Imperial reward, 590.

-, -, returns thanks for the Golden Fleece, 591.

-, -, urges Clement VII. to ratify Pope Adrian's league, 595.

-, -, to treat with Clement concerning the league, 597, 607.

-, -, ignores the practices of Count Carpi, 601.

-, -, interview with Pope Clement VII. of, 601.

-, -, desires instructions concerning the marriage of Charles V. and Princess Mary, 604.

-, -, fears that Clement VII. temporizes, 605.

-, -, will send funds to the army, 605.

-, -, bears witness to the good intentions of Clement, 607.

-, -, protests that, should money fail, the Imperialists are ready to pay with their blood, 607.

-, -, endeavours to raise money in his own name, 607.

-, -, has pledged his plate, 608.

-, -, his opinion on the best point of attack on France, 608.

-, -, begs that Clement VII. may retain his pension from Toledo, 608.

-, -, what is to be said to the Pope by, 616.

-, -, his anxiety for the Imperial honour, 619-20.

-, -, cautions Charles V., 623.

-, -, instructed to deliberate with de la Roche, 641.

-, -, receives thanks from the Emperor, 643.

-, -, courtesy and pressure to be used towards the Pope by, 643.

-, -, friendly treatment and inoffensive money extraction to be used towards the Pope by, 648.

-, -, seeks ratification of league from the Pope, 661.

-, -, announces the death of de la Roche, 665.

-, -, information on state of affairs in Rome from, 666.

-, -, instructed as to his behaviour to the Pope, 671, 685.

-, -, plunged in misery by the death of his wife
-, desires release from his duties, 673.

-, -, manner in which the Pope receives communications from, 673.

-, -, his urgent appeals to the Pope, 674.

-, -, reiterates the cry for money
-, all fails for want of it, 674.

-, -, exerts himself spite of his affliction, 675.

-, -, is entreated to return to Rome to negotiate with the Pope, 678.

-, -, expostulates with the Pope, 681.

-, -, communications made by the Pope to, 681.

-, -, must induce all friends to contribute aid for the Italian war, 684.

-, -, three proposals to be made to the Pope by, 687.

-, -, suspects the Pope of an alliance with France, 689.

-, -, violent language used towards the Pope by, 690.

-, -, empowered by Emperor to conclude an honourable truce, 700.

-, -, is to inform the Pope of the undiminished power, and intentions of the Emperor, 700.

-, -, sends secret answer of the Pope to Charles V., 704.

-, -, credits the Pope with good intentions
-, exposes the stratagems of the datary, 705.

-, -, desires immediate possession of money contributed by King Henry, 707.

-, -, intends to go to Naples to win or die, 708.

-, -, speaks openly to, and advises the Emperor on Italian affairs, 708.

-, -, mentioned at, 518, 579, 602, 642, 644.

-, -, letters of, to :

1522, Oct. 17, to the Emperor Charles V., 493.

1522, Oct. 31, do., 500.

1522, Nov. 20, do., 505.

1522, Dec. 17, do., 512.

1523, March 4, do., 533.

1523, April 11, do., 537.

1523, April 12, do., duplicate, 541.

1523, April 25, do., 545.

1523, April 27, do., 546.

1523, May 23, do., 549.

1523, June 11, to the Emperor Charles V., 551.

1523, June 11, do., 553.

1523, June 11, do., 553.

1523, July 28, do., 569.

1523, July 28, do., duplicate, 570.

1523, Aug. 27, do., 582.

1523, Aug. 29, do., 583.

1523, Sept. 9 and 11, do., 584.

1523, Sept. 13, do., 585.

1523, Sept. 16, do., 586.

1523, Oct. 28, do., 589.

1523, Oct. 28, do., duplicate, 591.

1524, Feb. 23, do., 600.

1524, Feb. 23, do., duplicate, 604.

1524, Feb. 24, do., 604.

1524, March 3 and 7, do., 606.

1524, April 14, do., 618.

1524, April 14, do., 619 (2).

1524, April 17, do., 620.

1524, April 17, do., 621 (2).

1524, April 22, do., 622.

1524, May 7, do., 627.

1524, May 19, do., 638.

1524, June 3, do., 645.

1524, June 4, do., 645.

1524, July 29, do., 649.

1524, Aug. 24, do., 659.

1524, Aug. 25, do., 661.

1524, Aug. 27, do., 662.

1524, Aug. 31, do., 665.

1524, Sept. 2, do., 666.

1524, Nov. 1, do., 673.

1524, Nov. 27, do., 680.

1524, Nov. 30, do., 680.

1525, Jan. 7, do., 688.

1525, Feb. 24, 704.

-, -, letters to, 510, 522, 527 (3), 535, 541, 545, 548, 557, 573, 579, 581, 582, 587, 596, 613, 615, 628, 643, 648, 659 (2), 671, 678, 684, 686, 691, 699, 702.

Severino, Hieronymo, letter to Emperor from, ii. 387.

-, -, mentioned at, 453, 695.

-, castle of, conquered by Turks, 675.

Seville, letter in cipher sent from, i. 31.

-, Spanish ratification of marriage dated from, 213.

-, rebellion of the Moors in, 218.

-, letter dated from, 239.

-, inquisitors of, arrest of daughter of Puebla by, 339.

-, return of English sailors from, 366.

-, proclamation of royal order in, 374.

-, affairs of the churches of, ii. 583.

-, the see of, 559.

-, letters dated from, i. 215, 216, 219, 265.

Sforza, Francesco, usurper of Milan referred to, ii. 245.

-, Lodovico, referred to, 245.

-, Ludovico Maria, joins league, i. 55.

-, Maximilian, Duke, see Maximilian.

Sheep in Scotland, i. 172.

Shene, the palace of, copy of letter dated from, i. 143, 145.

-, -, letter of Henry VII. dated from, 154.

-, Puebla has an interview with Henry at, 158.

Sheffield, Robert, privy councillor, i. 447.

Sheppy Island, letter dated from, i. 329.

Ships to be freighted for Princess of Wales, i. 279.

-, document on the lading of, 326.

Sherbourne, Richard, ambassador of Henry, i. 113.

-, Robert, Dean of St. Paul's, 324.

-, -, dispensation to be sent by, 328.

-, -, return to England of, 341.

-, De Puebla made Custos of the hospital at, 414.

Shrewsbury, George, Earl of, power to conclude league given to, ii. 56.

-, -, French pensions paid to, 250, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 325, 345.

Sicily, French proclamation respecting, i. 64.

-, entered by Charles, 66.

-, note respecting, 100.

-, English to be sent to, 266.

-, France wishes to attack, 287.

-, departure of Ferdinand for, 389.

-, ii. 197.

-, in danger of being lost, 238.

-, designs of Turks upon, 300, 566.

-, threatened by King of France, 578.

-, mentioned at, 222, 522, 540, 550, 552, 570, 580, 588, 611.

-, Queen of, proposed marriage of the, 255.

-, Viceroy of, 315, 484, 558.

Sickingen, Francis, ii. 552.

-, -, death of, 553.

Siena, i. 217.

-, ii. 46.

- to be appropriated by Louis XII. of France, 49.

- burned and destroyed, 403.

-, payments to be made for war expenses by, 463, 499.

-, military execution proposed by Juan Manuel against, 515.

- should pay an annual tribute to Charles V., 517.

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

- to pay a share of pension due to Henry VIII., 657.

-, revolution in, 675.

-, bad state of affairs in, 682.

-, horrible cruelties committed by the Duke of Albany in, 707.

-, mentioned at, 351, 385, 387, 405, 436, 487, 494, 516, 535, 540, 551, 558, 580, 597, 605, 642, 644, 678, 685, 695, 696, 702.

Signory of Venice, see Venice.

Siguenza, Bishop of, ii. 65, 75.

Silva, Alphonso de, Spanish ambassador, i. 63, 101, 157.

-, Doña Francisca de, lady of honour to Princess of Wales, 246.

-, -, son of, 246.

-, Hernando de, ii. 495.

Simancas, copy of letter from Christopher Columbus found in the archives of, i. 43-48.

-, letters deciphered from the ciphered originals in the archives of, i. 5, 35, 57, 75, 98, 99, 110, 114, 120, 122, 125, 131, 139, 151, 153, 155, 164, 167, 168, 182, 184, 185, 195, 197, 199, 205, 213, 216, 217 (2), 218, 239, 241, 242, 243, 259, 269, 270, 272, 274 (6), 275 (4), 276 (5), 278, 282, 285, 286 (2), 289 (2), 291 (2), 293, 294, 295, 309, 313, 317, 319 (5), 322 (4), 324, 325, 331, 342, 345, 377, 390, 408, 410, 426, 428, 431, 433, 437, 457. ii. 208, 312.

-, letters, treaties, &c., from originals and copies in Spanish in the archives of, i. 3, 12, 17, 20, 24, 26, 49, 51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 58, 60, 63, 66, 67, 70, 72 (4), 80, 86 (2), 87, 88, 89, 93, 99, 104, 107, 108, 113 (2), 114 (3), 119 (3), 121, 123, 125, 136, 137, 138, 142, 143 (2), 147, 148 (3), 149, 150 (2), 152, 153, 159, 165, 179, 180 (2), 181, 182, 185, 193, 194 (2), 195, 198, 199, 202, 203, 207, 214, 215, 219, 220, 222, 229, 230 (2), 231 (2), 233, 234, 235, 246, 248, 253, 254, 256, 257, 258 (2), 259, 262, 265, 267 (2), 268, 270 (2), 291, 304, 309, 316 (2), 329, 337, 338, 339, 340 (3), 348, 349, 350, 358, 366, 368, 370, 371, 373, 374, 377, 382, 391, 397, 402, 403, 404, 405 (2), 406 (2), 410, 413 (3), 416 (2), 417 (2), 420, 422, 423 (2), 425, 426, 428, 433, 439, 441 (2), 451, 452 (2), 457, 461, 464, 465 (2), 469. ii. 1, 7 (2), 9, 11, 12, 13 (2), 15 (2), 18 (2), 19, 21 (2), 25, 29, 30 (3), 31, 37, 38, 39 (2), 48 (2), 64, 70, 71, 75, 82, 85, 88, 89, 91, 93, 97, 98, 105, 107, 109, 114, 116, 122, 130, 131 (3), 132, 136, 139, 142, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148, 149, 150 (2), 153, 156, 159, 162, 166, 171, 173, 174, 181 (3), 183, 185, 188, 194, 195, 203, 211, 214 (2), 215, 218, 222, 223, 224 (2), 225, 227, 237, 240, 248, 250 (2), 251, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 260, 267 (2), 271, 272, 275 (2), 276, 277, 281, 283 (3), 284, 312, 416 (2), 433.

-, letters, treaties, &c., from originals and copies in Latin in the archives of, i. 3 (2), 4 (4), 5, 21, 34 (2), 37, 39, 41, 54, 55, 72, 78, 86, 87, 89, 93, 129, 131 (3), 143, 144 (2), 146 (2), 147, 153 (2), 166, 168, 181, 202, 203 (2), 205, 209, 210, 212, 215, 216, 220, 222, 229 (2), 230, 248, 257, 261, 263, 264 (2), 265, 267 (2), 291, 304, 306, 308 (2), 310, 315, 317 (2), 324, 325, 327, 328 (2), 338, 341 (2), 347, 349, 350 (2), 353, 354, 357, 376, 401, 406 (2), 407 (2), 414, 418, 422, 424, 432 (2), 443, ii. 11, 13, 19 (2), 20 (2), 23, 24, 32, 33 (3), 35, 36 (2), 37, 52, 54 (2), 56 (3), 61 (4), 63 (2), 75, 79, 82, 83 (2), 84, 91, 105, 112, 115 (2), 117, 146, 164, 179, 223, 236, 252, 253, 254, 255, 257, 260, 262, 268 (4), 270, 271 (2), 272 (2), 276 (2), 284, 290, 294, 296, 365, 380, 388, 434, 438, 440 (2), 442, 549, 555, 570, 591, 592, 596, 609, 665, 684.

-, letters, treaties, &c., from originals and copies in French in the archives of, ii. 199, 229, 394, 395, 420, 421, 449, 575, 576, 639, 640.

-, instruction and letter from copies in Italian in the archives of, ii. 610, 679.

-, copy of a Roman state paper at, concerning England, 100.

-, the archives of, key to letter in Latin cipher in, 110.

-, note on a despatch of King Ferdinand found in, ii. 1.

-, Marshal of Navarra dies in the prison of, 511.

Sion, Mathaeus Skinner, Cardinal of, ii. 286.

-, -, sent to Switzerland, 347.

-, -, on the Alps with 9,000 Swiss, 377.

-, -, hated by the Swiss, 380.

-, -, in conclave, 389-392.

-, -, created legate of Rome, 414.

-, -, in dying condition, ii. 483.

-, -, death of, 487.

-, -, mentioned at 302, 350, 372, 385, 437, 464.

-, Bishop of, included in treaty, ii. 435.

Skinner, Mathaeus, Cardinal of Sion, see Sion.

Slaves, possibility of exporting from the West Indies, i. 47.

-, exportation of, to islands, 47.

Soderini, Francesco, Cardinal of Volterra, see Volterra.

-, Pietro, treasonable correspondence of Cardinal of Volterra with, ii. 587.

-, Tomaso, treasonable correspondence of Cardinal of Volterra with, 537.

Sola, Antonio de la, i. 2.

Solothurn, ii. 621.

Somerset, C., a witness of the Prince of Wales protest, i. 359.

-, Sir Charles, sent to meet Princess Katharine, 137.

-, C., privy councillor, 448.

-, Charles, Earl of Worcester, French pensions paid to, ii. 246, 284, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 325, 345.

-, -, -, pension to, from Charles V., 586.

Soria, Diego de, i. 51, 57.

-, -, copies of letters forwarded by, 75.

-, -, letters forwarded by, 80.

-, -, copies of despatches sent by, 90.

-, Ferdinand and Isabella to meet ambassador at, 91.

-, Gomez de, safe-conduct for, 25.

-, Alfonso de, secretary to Emperor Charles V., ii. 514, 583, 617.

-, Lope de, ambassador in Genoa to Charles V., 577, 641.

-, -, sent to Switzerland, 622.

-, -, augmentation of the navy desired, but refused by the Doge of Genoa to, 650.

-, -, threatened invasion of, and want of money in Genoa, mentioned by, 669.

-, -, letters of, to Charles V., 615, 646, 647, 650, 651, 652, 669, 683, 696.

-, -, letter to, 616.

Sorno, Count, ii. 692.

Sosa, Ruy de, Portuguese knight, i. 92.

Sotomayor, Don Christoval de, i. 199.

Southampton, Spanish despatches to be left at, i. 121.

-, the Princess Katharine to be sent to, 129.

-, Spanish fleet shelter in the harbour of, 137.

-, Henry invites Princess Margaret to remain at, 138.

-, best port for Princess Katharine to land at, 226, 252, 255.

-, bond of mayor and aldermen of, 449.

-, vessels to cruize between Spain and, ii. 298.

-, Emperor Charles V. embarks at, 431, 451.

-, letter dated from, ii. 451.

Spain, wheat imported to, i. 2.

-, merchants of, 1, 2, 3, 41.

-, infidels of, 2.

-, treaty of Edward IV. with, 4.

-, treaties to be observed by England and, 5.

-, alliances between England and, 8.

-, power of, 9.

-, embassy from France to, 16.

-, Henry VII. will come to an understanding with, 19.

-, treaty between England and, 21.

-, letters of safe-conduct to merchants of, 25.

-, restoration of Roussillon and Cerdaña to, 26.

-, false opinion of France regarding, 28.

-, reciprocal promises between England and, respecting Brittany, 30.

-, the Flores an implacable enemy to, 31.

-, treaty between England and, 34.

-, projected treaty between England and, 37.

-, bond between Henry VII. and the King and Queen of, 39.

-, favours asked by Columbus of theKing and Queen of, 41.

-, alliance between France and, 43.

-, King and Queen of, informed of intentions of Columbus, 49.

-, Columbus to be sent to, 49.

-, Jews expelled from, 51.

-, indifference of Henry VII. to alliance with, 58.

-, English alliance valuable to, 60.

-, reports respecting Perkin Warbeck in, 62.

-, embassy from King of France to, 64.

-, aid asked by the Pope from, 65.

-, alliance of Henry VII. with, 68.

-, special alliance concluded by, 69.

-, war on frontiers of, 70.

-, treaty of amity between Scotland and, 71.

-, duties of, 74.

-, time commencing year in, 75.

-, Diego de Soria, agent of, 75.

-, news from, 76.

-, copy of letter sent by Henry VII. to, 78.

-, bull sent from, 80.

-, Imperial ambassador in, 80.

-, to be assisted by Henry VII., 82.

-, negotiations of Henry VII. with, 84.

-, he of York not in, 85.

-, English merchants in, 85.

-, alliance with, wished for by Henry VII., 86.

-, league between England and, 86.

-, hostilities between France and, 88.

-, ignorance respecting him of York in, 89.

-, friendly relations between England and, 89.

-, ambassador of, to confer with English commissioners, 91.

-, fleet of Henry VII. to join that of, 92.

-, Henry to assist, 95.

-, the King and Queen of, aid the Pope, 100.

-, couriers sent from, to Flanders, 103.

-, Henry VII. anxious the Princess Margaret should go to, 110.

-, alliance of, with England, 116.

-, embassy sent to France by, 117.

-, trading between France and, 119.

-, embassy sent from, to France, 127.

-, letter sent by Perkin Warbeck from Scotland to, 134.

-, letters from Flanders for, 136.

-, treaties respecting alliance between England and, 141.

-, truce between France and, 142.

-, second ratification of treaty between England and, 144.

-, King and Queen of, to arbitrate between Henry and the Scots, 145.

-, succour offered to Henry VII. by, 147.

-, peace between France and, 152.

-, Henry VII. converses with de Puebla on the affairs of, 154.

-, courier from Ayala sent to, 155.

-, offers of Henry VII. to serve, 160.

-, description of Scotland to be sent to, 161.

-, relation of negotiations between France and, 165.

-, injury done by the cowardice of de Puebla, to, 166.

-, to continue with England against France, 167.

-, the Scotch and English not so sober as the people of, 170.

-, advantage of certain alliances to, 176.

-, project of a treaty between England and, 181.

-, the Archduke excited against, 183.

-, worth of Henry's alliance to, 186.

-, friendship between the Kings of England and, 186.

-, Henry VII. objects to conditions of treaty proposed by, 187.

-, advantage of English alliance to, 188.

-, conclusion of war between France and, 190.

-, de Puebla wishes to return to, 190.

-, the Queen of, Latin letters written to, 191.

-, ambassador of the King of the Romans to go to, 194.

-, return of ambassador to, 195.

-, causes of the war between France and, 195.

-, right to assist England reserved to, 195.

-, power to contract the marriage in, 203.

-, Henry VII. receives few letters from, 218.

-, return of some of Princess Katharine's attendants to, 226.

-, proclamation of treaty of alliance in, 234.

-, clauses of treaty advantageous to, 237.

-, attestation of marriage ceremony to be sent to, 244.

-, letters from, 249.

-, letter to an English clergyman in, 254.

-, message of the prothonotary of, 263.

-, return of Princess of Wales to, 269.

-, France makes war on, 274.

-, Princess of Wales to return to, 280.

-, uncertainty of the necessity of return of Puebla to, 281.

-, Henry VII. required to prepare troops to aid, 287.

-, preparations of war by, 287.

-, return of Princess Katharine to, 296.

-, departure of Princess Katharine for, 300.

-, league between England and, 309.

-, preparations of, against France, 316.

-, more intimate alliance between England and, 326.

-, return of Duke of Estrada to, 331.

-, wish of France for a perpetual peace with, 332.

-, alliance with, desired by Henry VII., 338.

-, travelling difficult in, 345.

-, preamble of new treaty between England and, 347.

-, voyage of Queen Juana to, 348.

-, export of English merchandise to, 349.

-, sudden departure of Archduke from, 355.

-, more intimate alliance between England and, 354.

-, treaty between England and, 357.

-, conditions of a treaty between England and, 358.

-, constable of, variance between the, and Duke of Anajara, 362.

-, the King Archduke intends going to, 369.

-, voyage of the Archduke and Duchess to, 370.

-, treaty of peace between France and, 377.

-, Savoy and, jointure of Archduchess Margaret in, 388.

-, treaty of peace between France and, 390.

-, an army must be sent to, 402.

-, disorders in, 403.

-, arrival of Ferdinand in, 404.

-, new ties between Kings of England and, 407.

-, joy of Henry VII. at news from, 408.

-, ambassadors of Henry ready to set out for, 425.

-, insecurity of, 441.

-, Maximilian occupied by undertakings in, 454.

-, the Emperor need not go to, 457.

-, alliance between France and, 467.

-, request of Princess Katharine to return to, 470.

-, return of the Princess Katharine to, ii. 5.

-, aid shall be sent to Henry VIII. from, 9.

-, marriage between Henry and Princess Katharine will produce peace between England and, 12.

-, merchants of, provide the dower money, 13.

-, alliance desirable between England and, 23.

-, prosperous condition of, 29.

-, treaty between England and, 36.

-, behaviour of the English in, 67, 72.

-, advantage to Prince Charles if he were known in, 75.

-, inquiry into conduct of the English soldiers who had been in, 77.

-, Johannes Descane to act as English envoy in, 83.

-, treaty between England and, 84.

-, King Ferdinand desires peace between Maximilian, France, and, 126.

-, the laws of, to be observed by King of England, 144.

-, treaty projected between France and, 172.

-, King of England to send pay for troops to, 180.

-, made greater than she has been for 700 years, 192.

-, letter from John Stile, ambassador in, 208.

-, French subjects on same footing as Spanish in, 226.

-, Queen of England taught that she should forget, 248.

-, treaty between Henry VIII. and the Prince of, 276.

-, fears lest bad Fleming customs be introduced into, 281.

-, the Infante and Infanta ought not to be sent out of, 282.

-, Bernard de Mesa, Bishop of Elna, reappointed ambassador in England from, 283.

-, bonds of Charles, King of, 287, 288.

-, reported tumults in Spain, 308.

-, ecclesiastical affairs in, mentioned, 316.

-, affairs of, 320.

-, bad news from, 327.

-, inquisition in, 336.

-, Imperialists to accompany the new Pope from, 394.

-, troubles in, 446.

-, capture of Genoese carracks on their way from, 507.

-, Rodrigo Niño, sent to, 509.

-, a grandee of, to be sent to Italy, 510.

-, military orders in, 531, 550, 552.

-, old treaties to remain in force between England and, 556.

-, army to be assembled by Charles V. in, 558.

-, France to be invaded from the frontiers of, 559, 560, 577, 626.

-, correspondence nearly stopped between Rome and, 600.

-, war flagging on the frontiers of, 608.

-, exhausted by civil war and torn by parties, 611.

-, powerful army prepared by Emperor in, 616.

-, his army disbanded in, 617, 622, 648.

-, Archbishop of Capua to go to, 619, 620, 678.

-, interests of churches to be cared for in, 643.

-, a demonstration by England desired on the frontiers of, 650.

-, patronage of churches in, 660.

-, papal nuncio in, 671.

-, demonstrations by Henry VIII. and Charles V. on the frontiers of, 673.

-, assistance to be given to army in Italy by, 690.

-, news from, 327, 336, 354, 383, 408, 429.

-, mentioned at, 333, 348, 431, 448, 455, 457, 469, 472, 488, 547, 581, 583, 584, 603, 605, 613.

Spaniards, enmity of King of France to, i. 64.

-, assistance to, 92.

-, not esteemed in England, 166.

- in Flanders, reports of, 172.

- -, misery of, 202.

-, Henry VII. not friendly to, 218.

- in England, conduct of, 230.

- -, necessity for De Puebla to have jurisdiction over, 231.

-, import of English goods not allowed by the, 366.

-, Fuentarabia taken by the, ii. 648.

- at Pavia, 679.

Spanish subjects, merchandise of, seized, i. 10.

- vessels, regulations respecting, 22.

- privateers, complaints of, 12.

- merchants, complaints of, 25, 28, 52.

- subjects on same footing as Englishmen, 25.

- goods, duties on, 25.

- merchants, license to trade in England, 26.

- commerce, imposts not to be increased on, 29.

- ambassador in Brittany, despatches from, 29.

- ambassadors in Brittany, 30.

- troops to remain at Redon, 35.

- recall of, troops from Brittany, 35.

- merchants, clause respecting, 37.

- commerce, burdens on, 52.

- merchants trading with England, 53.

- -, privileges unjustly claimed by, 54.

- treaty with England, delay of the, 58.

- merchants, claims of, to be considered, 63.

- ambassadors sent to King of France, 64.

- ambassadors at the court of Maximilian, letters from, 71.

- merchants in England, 74.

- marriage, advantages of a, 83.

- merchandise, duties upon, 85.

- ambassadors in Scotland, letters for, 86.

- merchants, Henry VII. to relieve, 95.

- -, commerce of, in England, 102.

- couriers, the Bretons imprison the, 103.

- privateers, reception of, in English ports, 105.

- fleet, the, 105.

- ports, vessels leaving, 106.

- vessels, ports that may and may not be entered by, 95, 106.

- merchants, no commerce with France allowed to, 107.

- -, difficulties respecting, 112.

- alliance, the, opinion of Henry VII. respecting, 112.

- captains, the King to excuse, 114.

- vessels, delay of, 114.

- ports, security to be given by captains sailing from, 119.

- commerce, clause respecting, 123.

- merchandise, customs on, 136.

- ambassadors in Scotland, 136.

- merchants, privileges granted to, 139.

- merchandise, lowering of duties on, 144.

- ships, promises respecting, 144.

- negotiations with France, 148.

- ambassadors taken prisoners by France, 149.

- ambassadors in France, 150.

- ambassadors, audience of Henry VII. by, 154.

- merchants, De Puebla disliked by, 162.

- heretics in England, 164.

- merchants, letter to Londoño from, 165.

- captains, De Puebla extorts money from, 166.

- alliance with Scotland, Henry's approval of, 176.

- treaties with France, Henry's approval of, 190.

- ambassadors, peace concluded with France by, 195.

- subjects, lenity towards, 207.

- fleet sent against the Turks, 215.

- merchants, license to bring woad to England, 216.

- subjects in England, 228.

- merchants in London, report of, 238.

- fleet, preparation of, 240.

- servants, treatment of, in Flanders, 251.

- merchant fleet, the Princess to return in the, 297.

- captains, capture of French vessels by, 308.

- vessels, merchandise exported in, 308.

- captains, piracy committed by, 317.

- goods, export of, 337.

- and English subjects, equality of, 337.

- goods, export of, 338.

- confessor, Princess Katharine requests a, 386.

- subjects, treaty with King of Castile does not regard, 386.

- confessor, 404.

- friars, want in England of, 412.

- merchants having agents in England, 429.

- succession, 445.

- ambassador, conduct of, 469.

- merchants provide money for dower of Princess Katharine, ii. 11.

- knights, two Englishmen created, 54.

- fleet, Johannes Descane to be commander of the, 83.

- -, to remain in southern waters, 95.

- ambassador reprimanded, 135.

- ships, illegal to sell without license, 144.

- vessels captured by the French, 151.

- subjects, commissions as privateers to be given to, 177.

- ports, no armed vessels to leave, to molest French commerce, 227.

- captains maltreated by the English, 249.

- ambassador in England, Bishop of Tripoli, 270.

- enterprise against the Gelves, 278.

-, Prince Charles's ignorance of, 281.

- rebellion, the, 313.

- infantry, 331.

- clergy, 349.

- rebels in Rome, 494.

- frontiers all quiet, 509.

- foot soldiers to be sent to Italy, 510.

- troops not taken into the service of Venice, 526.

- workmen going to Rome, 554.

- infantry, excesses of, 558.

- rebels, 581.

- troops in Pavia, 676.

Spartafora, Pedro, ii. 483.

Spens, Thomas, license to, i. 40.

Spice Islands, navigation to the, ii. 511.

Spices, abundance of, in West Indies, i. 48.

Spinelli, Thomas, ii. 295.

Spinola, Antonio, i. 219.

Spire, a diet to be convoked at, ii. 649.

Stanbeke, Seigneur de, i. 450.

State papers, instances of omission of dates not rare in, i. 131.

States come into obedience to France, i. 99.

-, Papal, entered by Spanish troops, ii. 339.

-, -, troops to be marched to the frontiers of the, 347.

Staunton, Ubertus, i. 2.

Steward, Lord High, English dislike to a, i. 237.

Stile, John, recommendation by Henry VII. of, i. 212.

-, -, Henry VII.'s instructions to, and the report of, 359.

-, -, Ferdinand to communicate with, 424.

-, -, ambassador in Spain, 442.

-, -, interview with Queen Juana, 459.

-, -, credentials sent to Spain to, by King of England, ii. 3.

-, -, declarations to be made by, respecting marriage of Princess Katharine, 3.

-, -, sends unfavourable reports to England, 14.

-, -, is to write to Henry VIII. concerning the alliance he desires with King Ferdinand, 31.

-, -, sent by English commander-in-chief of army in Spain to King Ferdinand, 64.

-, -, negotiates with King Ferdinand, 93.

-, -, despatch to Henry VIII. from
-, note upon the cipher used, 208.

-, -, mentioned at 4, 12, 76, 100, 127, 132, 134.

Strong, Patrick, public notary, ii. 340.

Suabian League, league between Leo X, Maximilian, King Ferdinand, Duke of Milan, family of de Medicis, Florence, Genoa, the Swiss Confederacy, and the, ii. 252.

-, -, forces granted to the Infante by the, 407.

Sub Prior, the, of Santa Cruz, ambassador to England, i. 153, 159, 164, 165, 166, 181, 182, 199.

-, visit to Henry VII. by, 154.

Suffolk, Earl of, petition from, i. 233.

-, -, the rebel, instructions respecting, i. 266.

-, -, affairs of, 326, 336, 347, 357, 364, 369, 370, 378, 379, 385.

-, -, letter from Louis XII. to, recapitulates instructions given by the King of England to "cause mischief to King Ferdinand," ii. 243.

-, Duke of, pensions paid by France to the, ii. 242, 284, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 324, 345.

-, -, pension from Charles V. to, 586.

Surrey, privy councillor, i. 447.

-, Thomas, Earl of, ii. 33, 59.

-, -, powers given to, to conclude league, 56, 116.

-, -, commissioner of King Henry, 115.

-, -, treaty signed by, 116.

-, -, defeats the Scots, 162.

-, -, appointed commander-in-chief, 450.

Susa, ii. 280.

Swiss, league formed by the Pope with the, ii. 193.

-, victory over the French at Novara by, 144, 145.

-, France invaded by the, 148.

- desire to preserve peace in Italy
-, oppose the destruction of Venice, 183, 186.

-, importance of the, 187.

- seek to make themselves masters of Milan, 224.

-, designs of the, 228.

- included in treaty between the Pope and King of England, 232.

- confederacy, treaty made by, with the Pope and others, 252.

-, title of "Protectors of Religious Liberty" conferred upon, 253.

- assembled at Rivoli, 258.

-, new treaty concluded by Emperor Maximilian with, 260.

-, clauses in treaty respecting, 263.

-, defeat of, at Marignan, 267.

-, venality of, 267.

- determined to drive the French out of Italy, 274.

-, clause in treaty respecting, 286.

- in the Pope's pay, 315.

- to be gained for enterprise of Henry VIII. on Naples, 329.

- to be quartered in Reggio and Rebena, 333.

-, words without money are nothing to the, 333.

- troops desired by the Pope, 337.

-, treaty reported to be made between King of France and the, 347.

- troops engaged by the Pope, 352, 353.

-, Cardinal of Sion hated by the, 380.

- to be persuaded to make war upon France, 399, 431.

- said to be marching against Milan, 401.

-, help given to King of France by, 469.

-, their intentions with regard to France, 471.

-, troops offered to Venice by the, 477.

- have an eye on more money, 483.

- chiefly partisans of France, 487, 667.

-, neutrality of, desired by the Emperor, 500.

-, money sent by King of France to, 507.

-, promises made by Henry VIII. to, 510.

- to be bought over to the Emperor's cause, 511.

- ambassadors in Rome, 513, 536.

-, probable consequences if payment be not made to the, 532.

-, conditions on which a tax on church property may be granted to the, 543.

-, character of the, 573.

-, hatred and disapproval of the Duke of Bourbon by, 606.

- diet, end of the, 621.

- incline towards peace, 622.

- withdraw from Francis I., 640.

- requested to convoke a new diet, 644.

-, liberation of Prince of Orange demanded by, 657.

-, succour given to France by, 668.

- named at, 349, 350, 357, 404, 405, 406, 494, 498, 535, 541, 544, 566, 577, 605, 626, 650, 661.

- confederacy, league concluded with Pope Leo, Emperor elect, King Ferdinand, Duke of Milan, family of de Medicis, Florence, Genoa, German (Suabian) League, and the, 252.

-, included in treaties, ii. 114, 232, 286, 292.

Switzerland, ii. 347.

-, Cardinal Sion in, 372.

-, news from, 377.

-, English secretary to go to, 399.

-, new nuncio to be sent to, 501.

-, 50,000 florins to be sent by Pope Adrian to, 511.

-, money sent to, 514.

-, party contentions in, 515.

-, Imperial ambassadors to be sent to, 524.

-, expense of Bishop Veruli's mission to, spoken of by Pope Adrian, 531.

-, Dr. Prantner sent to, 535.

-, conditions on which church property may be taxed in, 543.

-, the English ambassador (Pace) goes to, 571.

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

-, Lope de Soria sent to, 622.

-, mentioned at, 350, 459, 498, 510, 551, 573.

Syracuse, Bishop of, ii. 404.



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