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Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Mary 1553-1558. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1861.

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N.O.

N.

Nallie, Nicholas de, 354.

Nampont, 351.

Namur, 89, 95, 96, 98, 104, 108, 114, 119, 161, 168, 170, 385.

Naples, 36, 96, 99, 109, 113, 118, 124, 125, 127, 130, 132, 150, 157, 159, 161, 183, 189, 195, 201, 205, 219, 224, 226, 242, 243, 246, 248, 249, 250, 255, 260, 262, 265, 266, 268, 277, 279, 287, 291, 293, 295, 296, 303, 306, 307, 313, 315, 317, 321, 324, 329, 340, 344, 347, 349, 365, 366, 369, 384, 396, 402.

-, letters dated from, 99, 120, 249.

-, castle of, 100, 117.

-, and Jerusalem, 113.

-, and Sicily, 113.

-, realm of, diplomatic difference between, and "Kingdom of the Two Sicilies," 113.

-, possession of given to Philip of Spain, 140, 146.

-, gallies of, 140, 157.

-, proceedings of the Pope (Paul IV.) in, 232, 233.

-, claim of the House of Anjou to, 239.

-, kingdom of, 302.

-, customs of silk of, 366.

-, fleet of, 384.

-, Governor of, see Pacheco, Cardinal; Toledo, Fernando Alvarez de.

-, Cardinal of, see Caraffa, Giovanni Pietro di; Caraffa, Alphonso di.

-, King of, see Philip II., King of Spain.

Napoli, Sig. Cesare de, see Mormile, Cesare.

Nassau-Dillenburg, Count John of, 101, 103, 214.

Nassau, house of, 190.

Navarre, 58.

-, King of, see Albrt, Henri d'; Bourbon, Antoine de.

Navaretto, a Spanish captain, 114.

Navas, Marquis de las, see Davila, Don Pedro.

Nauclerus, John, 45.

Neapolitan army, the, 243.

-, infantry, 288.

-, soldiers, 296.

-, troops, 288.

Neapolitans in Rome, 248.

Negrone, Octavian, 141, 142.

Negroponte, 109, 324.

-, Sangiacchi of, 170.

Neiss (Poland), letters dated at, 23.

Nemours, 311.

-, Duc de, see Savoie, Jacques de.

-, -, his sister (Jeanne de Savoie), 147.

Nepea, Oseph, Russian Ambassador to England, 300.

Neptuno, 228, 242, 260, 269, 270, 288, 291, 295.

Nero, Domenico del, 249.

Nesle, 354, 355.

Neuburg (on the Danube), letter dated from, 154.

Neufchatel, 108.

Nevers, Duke of, see Cleves, Franois de.

Nevill, Henry, fifth Earl of Westmoreland, 364.

-, Henry, sixth Lord Abergavenny, letter from, 361.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 364, 381, 385, 386.

Newenham, Sir Thomas, 219.

Newhaven (France), 65, 262, 311, 326.

Newland (Calais), 362.

Newnham-bridge (Calais), 284, 293, 326, 352, 362.

-, taken by the French, 357.

Nicolas, messenger to Antoine de Noailles, 53.

Nicotia, (Canadia), bishopric of, 388.

Niebla, Count of, see Guzman, Don Juan Claros de.

Nieuport, 383, 385.

Nigri, Philippe, Provost of Harlebeck, Chancellor of the Toison d'Or, 32.

-, -, Imperial Ambassador to England, 32, 40, 43.

-, -, commission to, 45.

Nigro, Domenico di, 392.

Nisbet, servant to Lord Lennox, 243, 244, 245.

Nizza, 389.

Noailles, Antoine. Sieur de, 6, 7, 18, 30, 35, 40, 55, 60, 64, 66, 69, 70, 72, 80, 81, 82, 88, 102, 114, 122, 151, 162, 174, 182, 209, 213, 220, 237, 278, 280, 362.

-, -, appointed French Ambassador to England, 1.

-, -, credentials of, 1.

-, -, his audience of Queen Mary, 35.

-, -, letter of, 53.

-, -, letter to, 55.

-, -, complains of the understanding between the English and Imperial fleets, 70, 71.

Noailles, Antoine, Sieur de, his letters intercepted and deciphered, 73, 80.

-, -, his wife (Jeanne de Contant), 82, 107.

-, -, his complaints of the English Government, 73, 77, 80, 81, 87.

-, -, his quarrel with the Lord Chancellor (Gardiner), 87, 88.

-, -, Franois de, Bishop of Acqs, Prothonotary, 82, 124, 149, 162, 237, 238, 239, 267.

-, -, is appointed Ambassador to England, 267, 274, 279, 280, 314.

-, -, recalled, 319.

-, Gilles de, French Agent in England, 274, 280.

-, -, recalled, 267.

-, -, dispute concerning his house, 274, 275.

Nogay, Captain, 396.

Nola, Monsignore di, Envoy from the Cardinal of Mantua to England, 103.

Norfolk, 55, 312.

-, Duke of, see Howard, Thomas, eighth Duke of Norfolk; Howard, Thomas, ninth Duke of Norfolk.

Norham Castle, 17, 18.

-, Captains of, 18.

Normandy, 40, 52, 56, 108, 276, 277, 311, 369.

-, affinity of with England, 67.

-, duchy of, 403.

Norroy King-at-Arms, see Flower, William.

North, Edward, first Lord, 80.

Northumberland, Duke of, see Dudley, John.

Norway, piracies in, 359.

Norwich, Bishop of, see Thirlby, Thomas; Hopton, John.

Nostradamus, 303.

Notre Dame de Paris, cathedral of, 96.

-, bridge of, 283.

Novaria, 203.

Noyon, 13.

Nuremberg, city of, 1, 214.

-, feud of with Albert of Brandenburg, 4.

-, exhorted to keep peace by the Emperor, 4.

-, aided by King Ferdinand, 4.

-, besieges Sueinfort, 10.

-, maintains the war against Marquis Albert, 10.

O.

Offley, Hugh, 276.

Offredo, Signor Pietro da l', 247, 249, 254.

Offremont, letter dated from, 3.

Oils, traffic in, 116.

Olivares, Count, see Guzman, Don Enrique de.

Onzain, Chateau d', letters dated from, 367, 373.

Oran, 248.

Orange, William of Nassau-Dillenberg, Prince of, 32, 128, 153, 154, 175, 214, 393, 395, 396.

-, -, his dispute with the Landgrave of Hesse, 190, 214.

-, Princess of (Anne d'Egmont), 32.

Orbetello, 12, 22, 324.

Orcan, monastery of, 13.

Ordnance, 19.

-, piece of, 151.

Orleans, 7, 72.

-, Bishop of, see Morvilliers, Jean de.

-, Leonard, d', Duc de Longueville, taken prisoner at St Quentin, 328.

Ormanetto, Cardinal Pole's agent, 332.

Ormesby, 229, 230.

Ormo, 323.

Ormus, island of, 13.

Ornano, San Pietro d', a Corsican captain, 10.

-, -, made Governor of Corsica by the French, 10, 11.

Orsino, Giordano, Lord of Bracciono, 3, 137.

-, -, defends San Fiorenzo, 35, 63.

-, Nicolo, Conte di Pitigliano, 57, 259, 338, 344.

-, Paolo, Governor of Perugia, 301.

-, Signor Camillo, 235, 342.

-, -, appointed General of the Pope's army, 242, 327.

-, Signor Giulio, 235, 246, 281, 300, 333.

Ostend, 18, 385.

Ostia, 348, 269.

-, castle of, captured by Alva, 279, 280.

-, -, is besieged by Strozzi, 286.

Otho, schismatic Bishop of Elorch, 289.

Otranto, Cape of, 324.

Oviat [Wyat ?], Peter, 97.

Owarnison, 367.

Oxford, 60.

-, Parliament at, 60.

-, coiners of money at, 283.

Oye, 362.

Oysel, Sieur d', see Clutin, Henry.