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'Index: V', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2: 1509-1525 (1866), pp. 854-857. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=93722 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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Valdaura to de Puebla, i. 195.

Valderas, Diego de, messenger, i. 184.

Vadillo, warden of the chapel to Princess Katharine, i. 247.

Valencia, courts of, i. 76.

-, English ambassador to be sent to, 334.

-, arrival of Ferdinand at, 421.

-, Ferdinand at, 441.

-, Cardinal of, letter of Queen Isabella to, 33.

-, Cardinal of, 207.

-, ii. 45, 374.

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

-, Archbishop of, 384.

-, governor of, orders sent by King Ferdinand to, 223.

-, letter dated from, i. 421.

Valenciennes, ii. 670.

Valentine, Madame, married to the Duke of Orléans, ii. 244.

Valentinois, Duke de, i. 390.

Valladolid, treaty dated from, ii. 557.

-, subsidies to be obtained from the cortes at, 659.

-, letters dated from, i. 19, 398, 465 (?) ii. 6, 11, 13, 15, 33, 131, 161, 505, 510, 524, 527, 535, 545, 549, 559, 560, 579, 581, 584, 655, 658, 659, 666.

Valle, Andrea de, Cardinal, ii. 385.

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

-, -, services rendered to the Emperor by, 393.

-, -, candidate for Papal crown, 589.

-, -, mentioned at 404, 409, 540.

Valmarada, Juan de, courier, i. 75.

Valois, Duke of, Count of Angoulême, ii. 233.

Vara, Luys, ii. 139.

Vargas, the treasurer, order from Charles, King of Spain, to, ii. 283.

-, licentiate, ii. 453, 574.

Vasquez, Ludovico, declaration made by, ii. 340.

Vega, Garzilaso de la, Spanish ambassador at Rome, i. 69.

-, the, of Grenada, i. 159.

-, -, De Ayala begs a piece of land in, 179.

-, Hieronimo de, cook to Princess Katharine, i. 247.

-, Pedro de, commendador mayor of Castile, letter to Charles V. from, ii. 416.

Velasco, lawsuit with the Cardinal of Santa Croce of, 318.

-, Bernardino de, resignation of pension on see of Badajoz, ii. 574, 583, 588.

-, D. B. Fernandez de, Constable of Castile, i. 26.

-, Inigo Fernandez, Duke of Frias, condestable of Castile, ii. 416.

-, letters to the Emperor from, 416, 433.

-, Juan de, 416.

-, Pedro de, page to Princess Katharine, 247.

Velute, Antonio, ii. 349.

Vendôme, Monsieur de, ii. 241.

-, Cardinal of, 615.

Venegas, Agnes de, claims a legacy of Queen Isabella, ii. 20.

Venetian vessels, capture of, i. 1.

- captains, King of France has bought over two, ii. 47.

- ambassador, lies told to the, i. 166.

- negotiations for passage of Imperial troops, 398.

- ambassador in France, recall of, 417, 613.

- -, answer given by Wolsey concerning Venetian galleys to, ii. 468, 490.

- galleys, embargo laid by Henry VIII. on merchandise and, 468, 481, 490.

- ambassador in Flanders, proposals made by the Emperor to the, 485.

- commissioners, negotiations with, 521.

-, the, exiles, 572.

Venetians, a bloody battle fought by the, i. 66.

-, the Turks too strong for the, 215.

-, no request of succour from the, 225.

- take part with France, 260.

-, Maximilian makes war upon the, 459.

-, army and navy of Castile to be used against, 461.

- have fortified themselves in Padua, ii. 22.

-, Maximilian and the Pope continue war against, 24.

-, fleet of, to be permitted to pass Spanish seas unmolested, 25, 29.

- excluded from alliance with Pope Julius II., 82.

- conclude treaty of alliance with King of France, 123.

-, peace much desired by Ferdinand with the, 158.

- vanquished by Spanish Viceroy of Naples in a pitched battle (Creazia?), 166.

-, verdict of the late Pope Julius II. may perhaps be accepted by, 183.

- have concluded an alliance with the Turks, 196.

-, award of the Pope as umpire between Maximilian and, 212.

-, peace declared by the Pope between Maximilian and, 219.

-, consequences to be apprehended if peace is not made with, 240, 241.

-, fear in which Emperor Charles V. is held by, 308.

-, designs of, upon Gradisca and Meran, 329.

-, confederacy of Pope Leo with, 337.

-, passage of Imperial troops not opposed by, 371.

-, forces sent by, to aid the French, 372.

-, dissatisfaction of the Emperor at the conduct of, 373.

- show themselves to be partisans of the French, 380.

- become "soft and pliable," 381.

-, negotiation for passage of Imperial troops with, 398.

- must be persuaded to ally themselves with Emperor and King of England, 399.

- endeavour to delay conclusion of treaty, 410.

-, unmolested passage to England to be allowed to the galleys of, 411.

-, ready to pay money to the Turks, 417.

-, artful dealings of, 421.

-, regard the Pope as their friend, 424.

-, in treasonable correspondence with Rimini, 426.

- a calculating people, 431.

-, delays and bad conduct of, 473.

- obliged by treaty of London to declare themselves against France, 474.

- regard war with France as a serious undertaking, 475.

- partisans of the Pope's nuncio, 477.

- refuse to conclude truce with Emperor, 481.

-, demands made between Sanchez and, 482.

- waver in their confidence in the King of France, 489.

-, dissatisfaction with Wolsey of, 490.

-, Wolsey insists war against France should be declared by, 490.

-, not desirous of peace with the Emperor, 491.

- complain of suspicion being cast upon them, 492.

-, rage of, at the embargo laid on their vessels in England, 495.

-, strong language used against Henry VIII. by, 496.

- ask help from King of France, 499.

- ready to do the Pope's bidding, 500.

- in secret correspondence with France, 503.

-, their love of money, 504.

-, promises made by Henry VIII. to, 516.

- must be treated with only as merchants, 518.

-, Hieronymo Adorno to treat with, 519.

-, a census to the Emperor not likely to be paid by, 522.

- profess readiness to conclude peace with England and the Emperor, 525.

- refuse the census, or to give aid in money, 525.

-, concessions and contributions refused by, 526, 527.

-, promises made on behalf of the Infante to, 546.

-, difficulties made by the Infante in ratifying treaty with, 550.

-, stoppage in negotiations with, 554.

- still expect aid from France, 560.

- astonished at generous offers of King Henry, 561.

-, expense, calamities, and evils which war will entail on, 562.

-, addition of the word libere in treaty with Emperor demanded by, 563.

- offend the Emperor by their distrust, 564.

-, peace desired by the majority of, 567.

-, new pretext for delay given to, 568.

- desire the restoration of certain places, 571.

-, league with Emperor and King of England published by, 577.

-, disbanding their army, 646.

-, large forces preparing against the French by, 676.

- are not bound to succour King of France in conquest of Milan, 684.

- dread abandonment by Viceroy of Naples, 692.

- forbid export of provisions for Imperial troops, 695.

-, severe punishment in store for, 700.

-, the French helped in secret by, 704.

- play into the hands of the Pope, 707.

- named at, 136, 538, 549, 559, 590.

Venice, the Duke of, agreement with the Pope by, i. 55.

-, - a member of the league, 65.

-, -, peace with France and, 74.

- and Milan, ambassadors of, 99.

- -, -, called on by Henry VII., 102.

-, league concluded at, 113.

-, Signory of, letters from the, 151.

- -, ambassadors from, to England, 156.

- -, letters brought by ambassadors of, 189.

-, letter from Ferdinand to his ambassador at, 391.

-, Signoria of, King Ferdinand's letter to be made known to the, 392.

-, league against, 469.

- an ally of England from time immemorial, ii. 23.

-, Henry VIII. begs Ferdinand to make peace with, 25.

-, designs against, 27, 140, 154, 171.

-, negotiations concerning, 41.

-, excluded from league concluded by the Pope and Cardinal Gurk, 85.

-, alliance concluded by the French with, 86.

- treaty with France concluded by, 137.

-, Maximilian strongly urged to make peace with, 184, 186, 187.

-, the Pope proposes a one year's truce with, 195.

-, possession of, advantageous to the Emperor, 205.

-, the republic of, included in league, 292.

-, death of the Doge of, (Loredano), 357.

-, continued Imperial negotiations with, 399.

-, French influence to be counteracted in, 407.

-, treaty between Emperor and King of England read to the Doge of, 468.

-, its entrance into the league would be considered a "holy" thing, 471.

-, custom at reception of ambassadors in, 476.

- required to declare war against France by letters patent, 478.

-, pretences urged by the Doge of, 485.

-, importance to the Emperor of the friendship of, 488.

-, scholars decide against the validity of treaty of London, 491.

-, new nuncio to be sent to, 505.

-, Hieronymo Adorno to negotiate concerning league with, 507.

-, policy of, not encouraging to France, 512.

-, circumstances which render negotiations difficult with, 516.

-, Cardinal Campegio at, 521.

-, war to be made on, if Signory refuse to conclude alliance, 530.

-, bad effect produced by conduct of English government on, 530.

-, negotiations of Duke of Sessa with, 539.

-, death of Doge of, causes delay, 548.

-, Andrea Gritti, elected Doge of, 549, 551.

-, negotiations with, 553.

-, alliance of, important to the Pope and Italy, 566.

-, treaty between Emperor and the republic of, 570.

-, negotiations with, at last concluded and treaty signed, 571, 572.

-, power of the Infante arrives in, 579.

-, allies herself with Spain and England, 582.

-, preparations for war in, 584.

-, poverty of, 597.

-, negotiates secretly with Clement VII., 609.

-, projected truce between Charles V., Francis I., King of England, &c., and, 614.

-, ambassadors of, to be present at Swiss Diet, 644.

- included in projected treaty between England, France, and Spain, 664.

-, treaty between Pope Clement VII., Francis I., and, 684.

-, the negotiations concerning the alliance with the Emperor and King of England, 409, 442, 461, 467, 475, 476, 477, 479, 480, 483, 486, 487, 489, 490, 499, 504, 518, 519, 560, 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 567, 568, 613.

- mentioned at, 43, 46, 100, 194, 201, 219, 220, 221, 238, 328, 331, 349, 351, 356, 431, 459, 464, 469, 501, 538, 559, 587, 692.

-, letters dated from, ii. 398, 404, 410, 438, 443, 452, 456, 458, 468, 478, 486, 490, 493, 497, 516, 519, 522, 525, 527, 530, 548, 550, 554, 562, 567, 572, 578, 587, 613, 691, 704.

-, included in treaties, ii. 232, 292 (of London).

Venloo, the town of, ii. 288.

Veraguas, Duke de, document from the archives of, i. 41.

Vereda, Benito de, despatch sent by, ii. 237.

Vergas, M. de, i. 201.

Vergi, the French take, i. 193.

Verona, ii. 212.

-, affairs of a gentleman of, 469.

-, Marquis of, 22.

Veruli, Bishop of, Ennius, ii. 405, 544.

-, -, negotiates with the Swiss, 500.

-, -, to cause dissensions amongst the Swiss, 524.

-, -, letter to Emperor from, 524.

-, -, sent by the Pope to Switzerland, 531, 707.

-, -, news from Switzerland sent by 551, 577, 621, 622.

-, -, his return awaited to decide the Pope's action, 661.

Vessels, light, to sail between Spain and England, i. 92.

Vettori, Pagolo, ii. 548.

Veyre, Philibert de, i. 387, 450.

-, Monsieur de, sent on mission from the Emperor, ii. 584.

Vicente, Majordomo, ii. 708.

Vicenza, ii. 22, 88, 213, 419.

Vich, Hieronymo de, Spanish ambassador in Rome, ii. 46, 54.

-, -, three things to be procured from the Pope by, 48.

-, -, his powers revoked by King Ferdinand, 87.

-, -, various subjects on which, is to speak to the Pope, 114, 142.

-, -, private communication to be made to the Pope by, 173.

-, -, message from the Pope conveyed through, 193.

- -, note of recommendation from Charles V. to, 284.

-, -, not a faithful servant of the Emperor Charles, 303.

-, -, opposes secretly the Emperor's policy, 313.

-, -, a partisan of France, 333.

-, -, letters to, 46, 116, 122, 130, 139, 142, 156, 161, 173, 251, 254, 257, 260, 275, 284.

- or Vit, Raimundus, Cardinal, ii. 385.

-, in conclave, 389, 391.

-, mentioned at 649.

Vi (Vich?), Martin de, despatch sent by, ii. 201.

Victor, Paolo, envoy of Florence, ii. 608, 613.

Vidua, Domyngo de, i. 51.

Vienna, letter of Maximilian from, received by Henry VII., i. 397.

-, letters dated from, i. 393
-, ii. 591.

Vigeveno, ii. 608, 609.

-, letters dated from, ii. 487, 498.

Viglebeno, letter dated from, i. 131.

Vilbao, Sancheo de, license to, i. 26.

Vile, Seigneur de, i. 387.

Villa Franca, the Marquis of, i. 441.

Villafranca, ii. 465.

-, Pope Adrian arrives at, 470.

Villalba, ii. 182.

Villanova, ii. 192.

Villegas de Peralta, sent on a mission to the Abbot of Najera, ii. 668.

Villers Sexel, letter dated from, i. 395.

Vincle, Johan, the referendary, favourite of Pope Adrian, ii. 494, 505, 506.

Vio, Thomas de, Cardinal Cajetano, Minerva, see Minerva.

Virgin, the Blessed, Feast of, i. 183.

Viterbo, ii. 701.

Vitoria, equerry to Princess Katharine, i. 247.

-, letters dated from, ii. 403, 416, 434, 606.

Vivaldo, Augustin de, ii. 16.

-, Luigi de, merchant, bond of, 19.

Volterra, Francesco Soderini, Cardinal of, in conclave, 389, 391, 589-92.

-, -, leader of anti-Imperial party, 401, 408.

- -, suspected of conspiracy against Cardinal de Medicis, 425.

-, -, distrusted by the King of France, 512.

-, -, treasonable correspondence of, intercepted, 537, 545.

-, -, plots with the French secretary, 539.

-, -, proceedings against, 552, 558, 574.

-, -, the Pope enforces the imprisonment of, 585.

-, -, liberated by cardinals on the death of Pope Adrian, 588, 589, 592.

-, -, set at liberty, says mass before the commencement of the conclave, 589, 590.

-, -, is pardoned, 603.

-, -, mentioned at, 421, 502, 510, 517, 538, 559, 579, 580, 583, 594, 597.



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