Index: E

Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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Easby, Archdeacon of, 377.

Easterlings, Hanse towns:
-, masters of the sea, 155; quarrel with English, 166, 167, 170, 173.
-, embassy to England, 573.

Edgcott, co. Northampton:
-, battle of, 131.

Edinburg, Scotland:
-, letters dated at, 23, 335, 356.

Edingham, John, companion of Hawkwood, 1.

Edmonde, Robert, 621.

Edmondes, Thomas, English ambassador in Flanders, 643.

-, -, English ambassador in France, 654, 656.

Edmund, Tudor, son of Henry VII:
-, christening, 374.

Edward I, King of England, 158n.

Edward, Earl of March, Duke of York, 32, 51, 99.
-, the one newly chosen, 21; proceeds to Sandwich and London, 27.
-, not known where after St. Albans, 49, 53; reported near London, 50; Warwick joins, 55, 56.
-, acclaimed king at London, 54–6, 58, 61, 63; victory at Mortimer's Cross, 57; not at St. Albans, 63; desire for glory of Church, 79.

Edward IV, King of England, 67, 71, 80, 85, 90, 92.
-, collecting forces, popularity, 59; victory at Towton, 61, 64, 66, 68, 73, 77, 78, 81, 93; enters York, 62.
-, personal prowess at Towton, 64, 99; master of England, 69, 89, 94, 98.
-, assembles prelates to decide what to do with Henry and others, 72; great popularity, 74.
-, likely to quarrel with Warwick, 76; position not very solid, 83; Burgundy leans to, 84, 91, 94.
-, Milan should write to, 87; ready to help against France, 88; Dauphin sympathises with, 91.
-, coronation, first parliament, 95; letters of Milan to, 96, 110, 114, 116; propitiating Warwick, 101.
-, going to Wales, 101; decides to wait till after harvest, 102; relations with France, 106.
-, starts for Northumberland, 106; plot of Oxford against, 106, 107; friendly to Milan, 108.
-, proposed French marriage, 109, 115; victory over Lancastrians, 110.
-, in agreement with Scots, 111; Louis asks help against feudatories, 112.
-, articles proposed to, by Burgundy, 112, 113; marriage to Elizabeth Woodvill, 113.
-, quarrel with Warwick, 116, 121; secret understanding with Louis, 119.
-, autograph letter to Louis, 120; league of Castile with, 121; Warwick in arms against, 122.
-, proposed alliance with Burgundy, 123; a poor man, 123; Burgundy bound to, 126.
-, preparing war with France, 126, 127; plot against discovered, 128.
-, rejoiced at birth of daughter, 129; Warwick rises against, 131; in restraint, 132, 133; escapes, 133.
-, war with Warwick, 134, 135; reported defeat and death, 137.
-, receives Golden Fleece, 134; outlaws Clarence and Warwick, 137; Burgundy helps, 138, 139, 141.
-, a fugitive, 142, 143; reported killed, 150; defeated by Warwick, 150, 151; return to London, victory at Barnet, 153, 154.
-, Prince of Wales may trouble, 155; victory at Tewkesbury 156; has Henry murdered, 157.
-, preparations for war with France, 156, 157, 163, 166, 174; reported dead, 158; master of England, 158, 159.
-, Louis treats for marriage alliance with, 160, 161; letter, of Galeazzo Sforza to, 161.
-, fresh league of Burgundy with, 162; receives Aliprando, 164, 170.
-, Aliprando asks leave to cross, 165; forfeits goods of Easterlings, 167.
-, unpopularity, 166; handsome and worthy, 168; extorts: money from Archbishop Neville, 169.
-, Louis offers Aquitaine and Poitou, 170; strained relations with Burgundy, 161, 170.
-, agitates for Council, favours to Gruthuyse, 171; Burgundian embassy to, 173.
-, efforts to get money, 173; hands full in England, 174; goes to Scottish border, 174, 175.
-, Louis sends Oxford against, 175–9; not so eager for French war as subjects, 177, 183.
-, difficulty of raising taxes, 178, 184; country obedient to, 178.
-, helps Burgundy, 179; challenge to Scotland, 180; treats for Scottish marriage, 187; makes sure of Scotland, 192.
-, Burgundy makes truce to please, 181; grudge against Burgundy, 183.
-, asks marriage with France, 182; France ready for truce with 184; Louis sends horses to, 185, 190.
-, preparations for French war, 184, 188–90; fears Louis will poison, 190.
-, asks pope to grant levy of ecclesiastical fifth, 192; man, ner of obtaining money, 193–194.
-, expedition to France, 193, 195; starts, 197; lands at Calais, 199.
-, not afraid of Scotland, 198; letter to Duke of Milan, 217; devoted to pleasure, 222.
-, disgusted with Charles the Bold, 201, 202, 219.
-, peace with Louis, 200, 206, 207, 211, 214; terms, 202–4, 208, 210.
-, informs Charles of peace, 202; tries to placate Charles, 205; fears Charles, 221.
-, Charles induces to break off negotiations, 206; Charles sends embassy to, 207, 208.
-, meeting with Louis at Picquigny, 212, 213, 215, 216.
-, people disgusted at return, 215, 217, 218; has Exeter thrown into sea, 220.
-, negotiations with Burgundy to invade Normandy, 223; gracious letter to Charles the Bold, 226; offers troops to Burgundy, 229.
-, promises dogs to Milan, 226; Milan writes to, about dog, 229.
-, Sixtus IV opinion of, 228; present of Louis to, 229.
-, puts Clarence to death, 230.
-, sends embassy to France, 230; wants French match, 231, 235, 243; Louis cultivates friendship, 233.
-, intervention in Italy for peace, 234, 237, 238, 240–2; arbiter between Maximilian and Flemings, 242, 244.
-, only wants Milanese match for money, 235; warns France against attacking Britanny, 243.
-, diamond cut diamond with Louis XI, 244; France nervous about, 245; letter to Milan, 246.
-, raised up Morton, 328.
-, chaplain of. See Flemmyng.
-, daughters of. See Anne; Bridget; Cecily; Elizabeth of York; Katherine.
-, sister of. See Margaret of York.

Edward VI, 622.

Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Henry VI, 88, 118, 146, 148, 157, 178.
-, kneels to speak to queen, 19; said not to be king's son, 27; Henry does not believe to be son, 58.
-, Henry rejoins, 49; at St. Albans battle, 54; Henry abdicates in favour of, 55, 58.
-, takes refuge at Newcastle, 62, 68, 73, 78; escapes from Towton, 65, 66; reported capture, 72, 76, 77.
-, in Scotland, proposed marriage, 90, 93, 98.
-, talks of wars and executions, 117; in Lorraine, 120.
-, to return to England with Warwick, 136; marriage to Anne Neville, 138, 141, 142.
-, expected at Tours, 139; Margaret will not trust to Warwick, 140; at Angers, 141.
-, returns to England, 145; great following, 150, 155.
-, Edward IV goes against, 154; defeated and slain, 156.

Edward, son of Edward IV:
-, father takes to Wales, 176.

Egmont, Adolphus of:
-, imprisoned by Charles the Bold, 172.

-, Arnold of, Duke of Guelders, 90n, 172.

-, Catherine of, 172.

Egremont, Lord:
-, executed after Northampton, 27.

Eichstädt, Eichstat [Middle Franconia, Germany]:
-, nuns of St. Catherine, 598.
-, Bishop of. See Schaumberg.

Eleanor. See Leonora.

Eliot, George, 602.

Elizabeth (Woodvill), Queen of England:
-, gives birth to third daughter, 129; aggrandises family, 131; in London with scant state, 132; sends to brother at Rome, 222.

Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV:
-, contracted to Earl of Northumberland, 129; proposed marriage to dauphin, 200, 202, 207, 210; sisters of, 252n,

-, -, Queen of England, 374.

takes refuge in Tower, 317; ambassadors visit, 323; in London, 331; at Sheen, 341.

Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VIII:
-, birth, 563; made Princess of Wales, 572; negotiations to marry to dauphin, 576.
-, to marry Duke of Angoulême, 578.

-, -, Queen of England:

goodness to Protestants, 599; head of English Church, 603.

persecutes Catholics, 655.

Elizabeth, daughter of Frederick I, King of Denmark:
-, James V gives up, 557.

Elphin, Bishop of. See O'Flanagan.

Ely, Bishop of. See West.

Emanuel, cousin of John II, King of Portugal:
-, proposed marriage to Anne of York, 273.

-, King of Portugal:

envoys to Henry VII, 380.

Emperor, Caesar:
-, mission to, for peace, 517n. See Augustus; Charles V; Frederick III; Maximilian; Rudolph II; Sigismund.

Empire, electors of, 442.

England and English, 256.
-, force at sea captures French port, 17; would prefer understanding with France to one with Burgundy, 18; embassy to Mantua, 20; favour Yorkists, 33, 41.
-, reputation does everything in, 36.
-, Milan anxious to know sentiments of, 37; incensed against those who do not want peace, 39.
-, surprised at pope's neglect of Coppino, 46; cruelty in, 60, 76, 77; convulsed after St. Albans, 63.
-, friendship with Burgundy, 67; Burgundy values friendship, 74.
-, popularity of Edward in, 69, 74; feared rising in, for freedom, 78.
-, Coppino returning to, 70, 71, 103; French inflamed against, 90.
-, people need to be taken when hot, 92; stupidity of people, 98.
-, embassy to France, 118, 126.
-, Danes and Scots molest at sea, 125; reported invasion of Languedoc, 127; understanding with Charles of France, 128.
-, landing as merchants at Bordeaux and Bayonne, 129, 130.
-, Louis urges Warwick to return to, 136; ready to help France against Burgundy, 150; preparations to invade France, 157, 159.
-, Bettini disgusted with, 154; rising against Edward's cruelty, 157.
-, Genoese ships against, 161; recrimination with Burgundians, 162.
-, disposed to attack France, 164; no fleet at sea, 167, 179; Louis's fear of, 189, 191.
-, Aliprando's strictures on, 164, 165, 168; born with tails, 165.
-, prepare fleet against Easterlings, 170.
-, disturbances in, 174; at peace, 176, 178; north refuses subsidy, 177.
-, fleet at sea, 178, 180, 182, 184, 185, 190.
-, troops for Burgundy, 179, 181, 218, 221, 223; disorderly, 226; order of, 227.
-, do not readily obey lords, 182; Burgundy incites to fight France, 183.
-, trade with France, 184, 188; musters for French expedition, 196; show of battle to please, 200.
-, scour Picardy, 201, 204; refuse to serve any longer, 205; troops inexperienced, 206.
-, Britanny arouses suspicion, 208; particulars of, 220; disgust at king's return, 215, 217, 218.
-, quarrel with Lombards, 223, 227; pride of race, 225; embassy in France, 228.
-, Louis XI tries to conciliate, 229; feared rising in, about Clarence, 230; Louis without anxiety from, 234.
-, enter St. Omer, 248; want war on France, 253; protection to Milanese merchants in, 255.
-, troops at Lyons, 300; obedient to Henry, 320; Henry's hold on, 324, 325, 328, 341, 360, 366, 375.
-, more restless than Italians, 339; cost of things in, 340; independent position, 359.
-, quarrel with Flemings, 360; legate for, 381; naval success, 382; vote money for war, 397.
-, complain of Spaniards, 392; dissatisfied with pope, 393; temperance of camp in Flanders, 403.
-, Maximilian tired of, but wants money, 419; preparations for French war, 423; pope working with, 431.
-, embassy to Switzerland, 433–6; mission to France, 440.
-, affairs depend on France, 447; will work for pay, 452; side with emperor and queen, 520.
-, universities send certificates about divorce to pope, 521.
-, Catholic exiles in Italy, 592; Catholic projects for conversion, 611, 612, 621–26; dispute in about pope's power, 613; Catholic seminaries abroad, 616; Jesuits do not want other religious in, 618.
-, cardinal of. See Bainbridge; Pole. Reginald.
-, chancellor of. See Beaufort, Henry; More, Thomas; Morton, John; Neville, George; Rotheram, Thomas; Waynflete, William of.
-, constable of. See Tiptoft, John.
-, King of. See Edward I; Edward IV; Edward VI; Henry IV; Henry V; Henry VI; Henry VII; Henry VIII; James I; Richard II: Richard III.
-, prior of. See Dokwra, Thomas, prior of St. John of Jerusalem.
-, protector of. See Buoncompagni, Filippo.
-, Queen of. See Anne Boleyn; Catherine of Aragon; Elizabeth(ter); Margaret of Anjou; Mary.
-, treasurer of. See Bourchier, Henry; Butler, Thomas; Cecil, Robert; Howard, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk; Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset; Woodvill, Richard, Earl Rivers.

English Cardinal. See Bainbridge.

English Channel:
-, French fleet in, 176.

English Virgins or English ladies, society of, 657.

Ernichales, lieutenant of country of, 219.

Errara, —, 590.

Errol, Earl of, (?) Hauewis, 407.

Esqui. See Aske.

Essex, Earl of. See Bourchier, Henry

Estampes, Count of. See John of Burgundy.

Este, Alfonso I of, Duke of Ferrara, 472, 473, 542.
-, cannot break faith with emperor, 496.

-, Ercole I d', Duke of Ferrara, 344.

Estouteville, Guillaume d', Archbishop of Rouen. Cardinal, 123n.
-, Burgundy will not have as legate, 171.

-, Jean, Sieur de Torcy:

with Louis at Peronne, 212n.

Etampes [Oise, France]:
-, despatches dated from, 121, 182.

Etteltre, Duke of. See Holland, Henry, Duke of Exeter.

Eu [Seine, Inférieure, France]:
-, Somerset at, 101.

Euforges. See Les Forges.

Evreux, Bishop of. See Héberge.

Excusator. See Carne, Sir Edward.

Exeter, co. Devon, 380n, 602.
-, Warbeck appears before, 327.
-, Bishop of. See Neville, George.
-, Duke of. See Holland, Henry.

Eytclyff, M., 377.