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Wales, application of part of revenues of, i. 5.

-, dowry of Princess Katharine to be derived from revenues of, 13, 33, 129.

-, fortune-tellers in, 206.

-, ii. 2.

-, the Prince of, son of Edward IV., i. 50.

-, -, proposed marriage of Arthur, 3.

-, -, indenture respecting marriage of Arthur, 5.

-, -, visit of Spanish ambassadors to, 15.

-, -, age of, before Princess Katharine is to be sent to England, 33.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella not averse to the marriage of Princess Katharine with, 61.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella approve of the marriage of, 67.

-, -, conditions of marriage between, and Princess Katharine, 95.

-, -, French alliance proposed for, 111.

-, -, Isabella to Puebla on marriage of, 115.

-, -, succession to the throne of England secured to the eldest son of, 131.

-, -, betrothal of, 132.

-, -, letter from, 159.

-, -, commander of English fleet speaks of the marriage of, 186.

-, -, security given to Spain by the marriage between Princess Katharine and, 188.

-, -, on a progress in the principality, 192.

-, -, Puebla sends a letter from, 202.

-, -, Princess Katharine ratifies her marriage with, 203.

-, -, declaration respecting his marriage, 209.

-, -, ratification of marriage superfluous by, 222.

-, -, absence of, in Wales, 225.

-, -, Puebla asks pardon for opening the letters of, 234.

-, -, age of, 238.

-, -, marriage ceremony to be repeated by, 241.

-, -, treaty of alliance to be sworn to by, 242.

-, -, letters to be sent to Princess Katharine by, 245.

-, -, repetition of marriage ceremony by, 249.

-, -, Puebla placed at table above, 250.

-, -, Don Pedro de Ayala wishes to influence, 251.

-, -, Princess Katharine ratifies act of marriage in letters to, 253.

-, -, marriage between Princess Katharine and, again ratified in England, 254.

-, -, knights created by, 255.

-, -, reception by Isabella of public instrument, signed and sealed by, 257.

-, -, time of celebrating the nuptials of, 259.

-, -, meets Princess Katharine, 263.

-, -, assignment of dowry to Princess Katharine by, 263.

-, -, receipt for first instalment of marriage portion given by, 264.

-, -, letter to Ferdinand and Isabella from, 265.

-, -, death of, 267.

-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella speak of the death of, 268.

-, -, obligations incurred by Henry VII. on the death of, 283.

-, -, Princess Katharine cannot stay in England during period of mourning for, 296.

-, -, copy of letter of receipt given by, 302.

-, Henry, Prince of, see Henry.

-, -, -, power from Ferdinand and Isabella to Duke de Estrada to conclude with Henry VII. a marriage between Princess Katharine and, 267.

-, -, -, Isabella wishes to hasten agreement for contract of marriage between Princess Katharine and, 272.

-, -, -, what Puebla is to say about betrothal of, 280.

-, -, -, conditions to be made for Princess Katharine on betrothal with, 280.

-, -, -, betrothal of Princess Katharine possible with, 289.

-, -, -, draft of treaty of marriage between Princess Katharine and, 29 i.

-, -, -, Estrada to speak to Henry VII. respecting betrothal of Princess Katharine with, 292.

-, -, -, circumstances that would prevent the betrothal of, 296.

-, -, -, negotiation respecting marriage portion on Princess Katharine marrying, 299.

-, -, -, proposed marriage for, 333.

-, -, -, Princess Katharine not allowed to see, 412.

-, -, -, French report respecting marriage of, 416.

-, -, -, sister of the Duke d'Angoulême offered in marriage to, 437.

-, -, -, description of, 439.

-, -, -, dislike to his marriage reported of, 456.

-, -, -, reported marriage of, 460.

-, -, -, treaty of alliance between the Duke d'Angoulême and, 467.

-, -, -, reasons why the Papal dispensation was necessary for the marriage of Princess Katharine with, 306.

-, -, -, reasons why Ferdinand and Isabella are willing to give Princess Katharine in marriage to, 308.

-, -, -, order of succession if Henry VII. should survive, 308.

-, -, -, Ferdinand to his ambassador at Rome respecting, 309.

-, -, -, protestation against his marriage with Princess Katharine by, 358.

-, Katharine, Princess of, see Katharine.

-, -, -, revenues of Wales, Cornwall, and Chester, to go to, 13.

-, -, -, dowry of, 33.

-, -, -, letter endorsed to, 79.

-, -, -, letter to the Queen of England from, 154.

-, -, -, Henry VII. speaks of, 164.

-, -, -, Henry VII. wishes for the arrival in England of, 178.

-, -, -, Henry VII. begs Ferdinand to send over, 190.

-, -, -, Johan de Tomayo seeks service with, 194.

-, -, -, delay of departure of, 197.

-, -, -, power to Puebla to act for, 203.

-, -, -, delay of arrival of, 217.

-, -, -, great preparation for reception of, 220.

-, -, -, reception in England of, 226.

-, -, -, port to disembark, 226.

-, -, -, ladies to accompany, 226.

-, -, -, servants to accompany, 226.

-, -, -, coming to England of, 231.

-, -, -, two couriers to be sent on embarkation of, 232.

-, -, -, Spanish servants of, 237.

-, -, -, repetition of marriage ceremony of, 240.

-, -, -, Henry VII. thanked for postponement of the voyage of, 242.

-, -, -, Ferdinand and Isabella will on certain conditions send to England the, 242.

-, -, -, household of, 245.

-, -, -, Puebla empowered to act as proxy for, 248.

-, -, -, honour shown to Puebla as proxy for, 250.

-, -, -, Puebla has settled respecting the ladies and gentlemen to remain with, 251.

-, -, -, port to land at, 252.

-, -, -, marriage portion of, 252.

-, -, -, new act of marriage ratified by, 253.

-, -, -, festivities in honour of, 254.

-, -, -, journey and reception of, 254.

-, -, -, to embark from Coruña, 256.

-, -, -, causes of delay of departure of, 258.

-, -, -, departure from Granada of, 258.

-, -, -, bad weather encountered by, 261.

-, -, -, entry into Plymouth of, 262.

-, -, -, claims made in the name of, 267.

-, -, -, Ferdinand and Isabella forbid the borrowing of money by, 268.

-, -, -, household of, 269.

-, -, -, obligations of Henry VII. to, 270.

-, -, -, arrangement of household of, 272.

-, -, -, Isabella presses for the departure of, 278.

-, -, -, revenues to be given to, 285.

-, -, -, probability of betrothal of, 289.

-, -, -, mode of payments to, 290.

-, -, -, negotiations concerning betrothal of, 292.

-, -, -, departure of, 295.

-, -, -, vessels to be provided for the return of, 297.

-, -, -, Henry VII. cannot be allowed to marry, 298.

-, -, -, no delay in the betrothal of, 302.

-, -, -, conclusion of marriage treaty between Henry, Prince of Wales, and, 317.

-, -, -, Spanish cause in England to be forwarded by, 321.

-, -, -, expenses of the household of, 327.

-, -, -, illness of, 329.

-, -, -, quarrels among the household of, 331.

-, -, -, change in the household of, 334.

-, -, -, at Westminster, 338.

-, -, -, anxiety of, respecting Queen Isabella, 340.

-, -, -, modeof life of, 345.

-, -, -, debts and wretchedness of, 350.

-, -, -, marriage portion of, 354.

-, -, -, approaching marriage of, 363.

-, -, -, liberality of, 369.

-, -, -, ambassador of Maximilian visits, 370.

-, -, -, frequent interviews with ambassadors from Flanders of, 371.

-, -, -, letter from the King Archduke to, 372.

-, -, -, letter to Henry from, 373.

-, -, -, letter from, respecting the King Archduke, 374.

-, -, -, request to Ferdinand respecting her ladies, from, 375.

-, -, -, destitution of, 376.

-, -, -, meeting of the Queen of Castile and, 379.

-, -, -, the cook, &c., of, 382.

-, -, -, treatment of, by Henry VII., 386.

-, -, -, marriage portion of, 389.

-, -, -, poverty of, 397.

-, -, -, bad state of health of, 401.

-, -, -, a benefice in Naples asked for by, 406.

-, -, -, reasons of delay of payment of marriage portion of, 403.

-, -, -, jewels of, 404.

-, -, -, Ferdinand counsels patience to, 406.

-, -, -, humiliation endured by, 411.

-, -, -, danger that Henry VII. will renounce the marriage of, 413.

-, -, -, letter from the physician of, 414.

-, -, -, marriage portion of, 415.

-, -, -, opinion of the English held by, 420.

-, -, -, cause of the sufferings of, 422.

-, -, -, destitution of, 423, 469.

-, -, -, poverty of the servants of, 425.

-, -, -, request from, to Ferdinand, for money, 427.

-, -, -, marriage of, 428.

-, -, -, poverty of, 432.

-, -, -, difficulties in the way of the marriage of, 434.

-, -, -, behaviour of, to Henry VII., 435.

-, -, -, sorrow felt on departure of Queen Juana by, 437.

-, -, -, proposal made to Queen Juana by, 440.

-, -, -, validity of marriage of, 452.

-, -, -, conduct to be pursued by Membrilla respecting, 458.

-, -, -, declaration of Ferdinand respecting, 460.

-, -, -, settlement proposed by Henry VII. of marriage portion of, 461.

-, -, -, possible return to Spain of, 462.

-, -, -, dangerous position of, 463.

-, -, -, directions from Ferdinand respecting, 464.

-, -, -, the confessor of, 470.

-, -, -, loyalty of the confessor of, 471.

-, Prince and Princess of, bulls dispensing with consanguinity and age of, 168.

-, -, -, marriage of, 203.

-, -, -, persons present at the marriage of, 209.

-, -, -, Henry VII.'s intentions respecting, 234.

-, -, -, nuptials between, 245, 264.

-, -, -, consummation of marriage of, 271.

-, -, -, necessity of conclusion of marriage between, 272.

-, -, -, betrothal of, 280.

-, -, -, conclusion of treaty of marriage of, 313.

-, -, -, betrothal of, 316.

-, -, -, marriage of, 376, 452.

-, -, -, invalidity of marriage of, 431.

-, -, -, nuptial ceremony not to be delayed between, 458.

-, -, -, cause of the delay by Henry VII. of the marriage of, 459.

Waltham, treaty dated at, ii. 451.

Wanstead, letter dated from, i. 396.

Warbeck, Perkin (see Perkin Warbeck).

Warden, Lord, of the Cinque Ports, ii. 35, 233.

Wardship in Scotland, revenues from, i. 171.

Warham, William, doctor of law, i. 77.

Waterford, ii. 340.

Wenceslaus, Emperor, reference to the late, ii. 244.

Westminster, letters and commissions dated from, i. 1, 2, 3.

-, commission dated from, 21.

-, license dated from, 25, 40.

-, letter of Henry VII. to Margaret of Austria, dated from, 138.

-, great seal preserved in, 225.

-, feats of arms to be held at, 233.

-, assembling of persons in, 330.

-, Princess of Wales staying at, 345.

-, treaty of marriage signed at, 49.

-, autograph, notice "to all persons," of Henry VIII., dated from, ii. 56.

-, treaties dated from, 59, 116.

-, letters dated from, i. 31, 138, 145, 147, 153, 253, 325, 340
-, ii. 56.

West, Nicholas, i. 359.

-, -, commissions to, 387, 388.

-, -, envoy to Spain, 403.

-, -, privy councillor, 447.

Weston, John, Prior of St. John of Jerusalem in England, i. 3.

Winchelsea, the harbour of, capture by Spanish captains in, i. 308.

Winchester, Henry VII. at, i. 437.

-, pestilence at, ii. 448.

-, Richard, Bishop of, keeper of privy seal, i. 306, 384.

-, -, royal commissioner, ii. 42, 43.

-, -, Lord Privy Seal, 33.

-, -, pensions paid by France to, 246, 284, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 325, 345.

-, Thomas, Bishop of, i. 77.

-, letter dated from, ii. 449.

Windsor, treaty ratified at, i. 114.

-, Henry VII. at, 270.

-, the King and Princesses at, 329.

-, meeting of Henry VII. and the King of Castile at, 379.

-, power of King Philip dated from, 384.

-, treaties dated from, ii. 435, 440.

-, legatine court held by Cardinal Wolsey at, 442.

- "capital of the order of the garter," 443.

-, Emperor at, 443, 448.

-, treaty concluded at, 556.

- Castle, letters dated from, i. 4, 401
-, ii. 445.

Wine, licenses to import, i. 1, 15, 165.

Wingfield, Edmund, Margaret to take to Cambray, i. 446.

-, -, letter to Margaret of Austria from, 467.

-, Richard, loan to Emperor paid through, ii. 442.

-, Robert, ambassador at Imperial court, 45, 112.

-, pension paid by Emperor to, 586.

Wistan, an Englishman, created a Spanish knight, ii. 54.

Woad, license to import, i. 165.

- brought to England, 216.

-, note on, ii. 92.

Wolsey, Thomas (Cardinal, Archbishop of York) : —

-, -, Archbishop elect of York, ambassador and commissioner of King of England, ii. 230.

-, -, Archbishop of York and Primate of England, pension paid by King of France to, 246.

-, -, Cardinal, of York, legate of the Apostolic See, treaty with King Ferdinand concluded by, 256.

-, -, made commissioner by Henry VIII., 268.

-, -, treaty signed by, 270.

-, -, pensions paid by King of France to, 246, 284, 286, 289, 293, 295, 296, 300, 311.

-, -, acts as commissioner for Henry VIII., and is styled legate, 284.

-, -, receipt given by, for pension from King of France, 296.

-, -, boast of his power made by, 306.

-, -, estimate of the character of, 307.

-, -, selfishness of, 307.

-, -, is considered a "very strange person" in Rome, 307.

-, -, proposition to create, Pope's legate in England, 309.

-, -, strong dislike in Rome to, 309.

-, -, desires to have commission to reconcile Christian Princes, 310.

-, -, promise of the papacy made to, 311.

-, -, has preferment to see of Badajoz granted to him, 311.

-, -, money arrangements between the King of France and, 312.

-, -, what was said to the auditor of the Pope by, 313.

-, -, necessity of forming a league in England against, 314.

-, -, bull concerning, sent to the Emperor, 316.

-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 321.

-, -, condition on which the see of Badajoz is resigned by, 322.

-, -, ambitious desires of, 330.

-, -, desires to be nominated legate for life, 335.

-, -, nominated legate for ten years, 335.

-, -, his good faith suspected by the Pope, 338.

-, -, tries to worm secrets from the Pope, 339.

-, -, violence of, likely to injure England, 350.

-, -, meeting of, with Imperial ambassadors at Calais, 360.

-, -, stays at Bruges with the Emperor, 364.

-, -, is supposed to be mediating between the Emperor and King of France, 365.

-, -, mischief done by false rumours spread by, 375.

-, -, suspected of deceit in his negotiations with the Emperor, 376.

-, -, excuses made by, concerning the treaty, 378.

-, -, selfish designs attributed to, 379.

-, -, his friendship for the French spoken of, 383.

-, -, loses time in punctilios and ceremonies, 400.

-, -, caution to be used to, 437.

-, -, legatine court held at Windsor by, 442.

-, -, desires to take active part in negotiations with Venice, 443.

-, -, considers the King of France the "real Turk," 444.

-, -, declines an immediate answer to Venetian ambassadors, 446.

-, -, his determination concerning the Venetian galleys, 468.

-, -, promises made to Venetian ambassadors by, 476.

-, -, means of pressure on the Venetians adopted by, 490, 491.

-, -, offence caused to the Venetians by, 492.

-, -, the Pope's wavering policy confirmed by certain words of, 512.

-, -, unwise proposition of peace suggested by, 528.

-, -, pension paid by Charles V. for King of France to, 529.

-, -, his advice as to best mode of attacking France, 536.

-, -, proposed transfer of the pension of, 545.

-, -, John Clerk, the English ambassador in Rome, "the soul" of, 552.

-, -, must send his authorization for transfer of pension from see of Valencia and Badajoz, 553, 574.

-, -, difficulties about transfer of pensions raised by, and his consent, 583, 588, 603, 604, 616.

-, -, his election as Pope recommended, 590, 597.

-, -, to be influenced by fear, flattery, and financial considerations, 612.

-, -, favours peace, yet not willing himself to propose it, 618.

-, -, his opinion that peace would be welcomed by England, 620.

-, -, reported to be negotiating with the mother of the King of France, 622.

-, -, implied suspicion of, 623.

-, -, suspected of inclining towards France, 639, 644.

-, -, message from Charles V. to, 639.

-, -, intrigues with France, 648.

-, -, reminders of his promises to the Emperor to be made to, 654.

-, -, announcement of marriage of Mde. Katharine made to, 655.

-, -, his support for the enterprise on Provence desired, 669.

-, -, his surprise at news of intended truce between the Emperor and France, 670.

-, -, difficulties as to payment of taxes on bulls made by, 680.

-, -, threats and promises held out to the Imperialists by, 681.

Women of Scotland, i. 174.

Woodstock, the Prince of Wales to meet Henry VII. at, i. 424.

-, letters dated from, i. 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 431, 433.

Woollen cloths, shipment to Spain of, i. 40.

Worcester, bond of mayor and aldermen of, i. 449.

-, Sylvester, Bishop of, 324.

-, -, letter respecting the dispensation from, 349.

-, -, ambassador from England in Rome, ii. 162, 165, 354.

-, -, letters from Charles, King of Spain, to, 294, 295.

-, -, his death mentioned in note, 354.

-, bshopric of, bestowed on Cardinal de Medicis, 354.

-, Charles Somerset, Earl of, see Somerset.

Worms, ii. 350.

-, treaty of, stipulations as to certain payments and places made in the, references made to, 526, 564, 565, 567, 571.

- Diet of, the printing and reading of the works of Luther prohibited at, 580, 649.

Würtemberg, Count, ii. 449.

Wyat, Richard, privy councillor, i. 448.

Wynton, R., privy councillor, i. 447.



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