Index: F

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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F

Facomberga. See Neville, William, Lord Falconbridge.

Faenza, Bishop of. See Pio, Rudolfo.

Fai, M. de. See Neuchatel, Claude de.

Falconbridge. See Neville, William.

Falcone, Messer, 81, 82.
-, has keeping of pope's letters, 70.

Falcons, gerfalcons, 117, 221.

Farnese, Odoardo, Cardinal, 645, 650.

-, Ranuccio, Prince of Parma, 610.

Fastolf, Sir John, 115n.

Fauconberge, Lord. See Neville, William, Lord Falconbridge.

Fay, Sieur de. See Neuchatel, Claude de.

Feckenham, John, Abbot of Westminster:
-, in prison, 606, 607.

Federico, Frederick, son of Ferdinand, King of Naples, 278, 280.
-, King of Naples, 301.
-, accepts truce, 314; has Naples quiet, 315; Venice lends money to, 334.
-, pope to write to, 336; Sforza urges to attack France, 351; daughter of, 362; son born to, 373.

Felici, Miero, chancellor of the Duke of Urbino, 228.

Feltro, Bishop of. See Campegio.

Fer, Jo. Ant, 148.

Ferara, Marco de:
-, executed, 225.

Ferdinand the Catholic, King of Spain, the Catholic King, King of Aragon, 246, 294, 340, 390, 410, 434.
-, ambassadors in England, 254; English expect help from, 255; league with England against France, 265; letter of emperor to, about reprisals, 276.
-, ally of England against France, 284; ready to declare war on France, 292.
-, Milan wants, to induce Henry to enter league, 293; to reconcile Henry and York, 298.
-, proposed Scottish match for daughter, 301; relations with England, 307.
-, league with, 302, 309, 334; wished to publish brief for admission of Henry, 304.
-, ratifies league, 308; truce with France, 314; Sforza appeals to, 315.
-, arranged peace between England and Scotland, 333, 336; occupies unknown islands, 336.
-, labours for peace, 342; includes Milan in truce. 382; league with emperor and England, 383, 384, 412.
-, truce made by, 385; cuts short negotiations with France, 387; Sforza should send to, 388.
-, attacks Guienne, 389; expected breach with France. 403; wants Swiss troops, 412.
-, means to assist emperor and England, 418; will make terms with France, 420.
-, will not make peace separately, 422; encourages French hopes of peace, 423.
-, reported going to England, 427; Henry VIII indignant with, 437, 439.
-, pope mistrusts, 439.
-, natural daughter of. See Joanna Angela.

Ferdinand, King of Naples, King Fernando, Ferrando, 192, 220.
-, pope and Milan help, 30; indebted to Coppino, 37; prosperous, 52, 74.
-, Garter given to, 108, 115; arranging peace between England and Spain, 113.
-, better not invite English to marriage, 116; Scotland wants to marry daughter, 124.
-, sends embassy to England, 128; place for in Picquigny treaty, 218.
-, dealings with French ambassador, 219; urges pope to stand firm, 230.
-, bad behaviour to Milan, Venice and Florence, 231; advised to make peace, 233.
-, Louis promises justice to, 234; French and English ambassadors to go to, 237.
-, ambassador at Rome, 238.

Ferdinand, Don Ferrando, Archduke of Austria, 442, 536.
-, danger of, 454, 488, 497; sends landsknechts to Italy, 457, 458.

-, King of Bohemians:

Mendoza to go and congratulate, 481; urges peace, 502, 504.

-, King of the Romans, 584.

detains Zapolya's ambassador, 550; German princes declare war on, 571, 575.

Zapolya urged to continue war with, 572.

Ferdinand of Bavaria, Archbishop-elector of Cologne, 654.

Fere, la [Aisne, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 157.

Feretta, la, Ferecto:
-, Burgundy loses, 214.

Fermo, Giovanni, courier, 518.

Fernando. See Ferdinand.

Ferramosca, Ferramoscha, Cesare, 464, 485, 490.

Ferrando. See Ferdinand.

Ferranti, Sig. (? Borromeo), 594.

Ferrara [Prov. Ferrara, Italy]:
-, ally of Henry VII, 332; Casale returns from, 496.
-, despatches from, 542, 550.

-, Duke of, mission of for peace, 517n.

-, -, See Este.

Ferrero, Jo. Jacomo de, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatch, 571.

-, Pietro Francesco, Bishop of Vercelli, Cardinal, 590.

Ferrybridge, Feurbirga, co. York: battle (Towton) near, 61.

Fiennes, Lord of. See Luxemburg, Jacques de.

Fiesco, Messer Philippino dal, 259.

Figino, Marc Antonio da, vicar of Mons. San Severeno, 352.

Figueroa, Gomez Suarez de, Spanish lieutenant in Piedmont, 588.

Filago, Francesco, 588.

Filippo, Philippo, courier, 328, 329, 360.

Finale, Marquis of, 314, 318.

-, -, See also Carreto, Carlo Domenico di.

Finalter, Finath. See Ratcliffe, John, Lord Fitz Walter.

Firellus. See Tyrell.

Fish, 337.

Fisher, John, Bishop of Rochester:
-, cited for praemunire, 527; made cardinal, 577.

Fitz Alan, William, Earl of Arundel:
-, leader of men of Kent at St. Albans, 49.

Fitzgerald, Gerald, Earl of Kildare, 574.

-, Thomas, Earl of Kildare: rebellion, 574; executed, 583.

Fitzroy, Henry, Duke of Richmond, natural son of Henry VIII:
-, visit to French Court, 553; death, 579.

Fitzwalter, Lord. See Ratcliffe.

Flaminger. See Flemmyng.

Flanders, 70, 165, 185, 246, 307, 354, 380, 382, 411, 417, 441, 444, 476, 543, 579, 610, 649, 656, 658.
-, news from, 199, 253, 388, 448, 458, 584.
-, England to have, 119; Easterlings shelter in, 167; duke wants exempt from parliament of Paris, 170.
-, English and Scottish troops for, 179; Charles the Bold in, 181; Milanese merchants in, 250; Milanese goods seized in, 264; Milanese merchants in, 276; French cause revolt in, 284; Maximilian pacifies, 290; duties on English cloth in, 360.
-, English ambassadors sent to, 375; war proclaimed in, 384; emperor in, 390; does not want truce, 423; Henry VIII offers to make war in, 443, 471; Francis wants Henry to attack, 467, 492; Henry to invade, 509, 515, 571, 575.
-, emperor must defend, 498; English unwilling for war with, 514; Montmorency to attack, 573; attack on, 584.
-, Guelders makes peace with, 580; Catholic canons scattered about, 609; English Benedictines in, 617; English mission in, 653.
-, estates of, 173.
-, governor of, 249.
-, soveran of, 169.
-, merchants of, 405.

Fleet:
-, Henry prepares against emperor, 509, 510; proposed joint, against infidels, 542; Henry orders preparation, 543, 544.

Flemings, 214.
-, fighting for Edward in England, 143; English dislike, 166.
-, Louis wants Edward to make war on, 230; proposed composition with, 232.
-, plans of Louis against, 234, 244; Edward suggests mediation between, and Louis, 236.
-, send embassy to England, 242; ill feeling with English, 360.

Flemmyng, Flaminger, John, chaplain of Edward IV, 107.

Fleronrinus, Francis, Jesuit, 652.

Fleury, Bartholomew, Archbishop of Cosenza, pope's secretary, 298.

Flocari, Scipio, Archbishop of Rossano, 609.

Flodden, co. Northumberland, battle of, 397, 400, 401, 404, 406, 407, 412.

Florence [Prov. Firenze, Italy], 15, 212, 232, 237, 240–2, 329, 369, 442, 477, 610, 626.
-, council of, 6n.
-, merchants in London, 102, 256, 323.
-, sending embassy to Louis V, 104.
-, English may not lade goods on galleys, 173; Milan to ally with, 195.
-, strange proceedings at, 231; complaints against, 234; Toustain to consult Signory, 234, 235.
-, difficulties with Genoese, 236; to be urged to give up town, 238; attempt to restrict export of wool to Italy, 252; Henry appeals to emperor for merchants, 271, 272.
-, cease attacking Pisa, 314; Sforza tries to persuade, 315; asked to join league, 343.
-, Bibbiena restored to, 373; proposed inclusion in league, 420; pope disturbed about, 470, 485.
-, no ambassadors in England, 494; agreement with viceroy, 506; England will not lend to, 518; pope needs help to recover, 542.

-, dukes of. See Medici.

Florencia, Master Lorenzo de, Dominican friar:
-, letter of Coppino to, 37–41, 43.

Florentines, 178, 579.

Foix, Jean de, Count of Narbonne, Lord of Verbona, Count of Foix:
-, understanding with St. Pol and Réné. 205; accompanies Scotch ambassadors, 279.

-, Odet de, Count of Comminges, Sieur de Lautrec, marshal of France, governor of Aquitaine and Lieutenant General in Italy:

proclamation, 440; ordered to take Lodi and Cremona, 516.

Foligno [Prov. Perugia, Italy]: despatch from, 228.

Fontarabia. See Fuenterrabia.

Forbes, James:
-, letters to Cardinal Borromeo, 614, 651, 652.

Foresta, Antonio della:
-, letter of, 214.

Foriero, Monsig., 609.

Forli [Prov. Forli, Italy], 568.

-, Bishop of. See Nanni.

Forman, Andrew:
-, Sforza writes to, 343, 347; letter to Sforza, 356.

Fornari, Cipriano de', citizen of Genoa:
-, kindness to Raimondo, 367; merchant in London, 368.

Fortiguerra. Nicolo, Bishop of Teano, Cardinal, Cardinal Thiano, 82.

Foscari, Pietro, Patriarch of St. Mark's, Venice, Cardinal of St. Mark, 255.

Fox, Phox, Dr. Edward, provost of King's College, Cambridge:
-, goes to Paris about divorce, 520, 547.

Foxalls, John, Archbishop of Armagh:
-, letter of, 162.

Foxe, Richard, Bishop of Durham, Duram, 377.
-, Scots do not keep arrangement with, collects army against Scots, 305.
-, influence with king, 349; Sforza to write to, 351.

-, -, -, Lord Privy Seal, 372.

-, -, Bishop of Winchester, 417.

Lodi converses with, 395, 396; says Sforza to be included in league, 416; Henry refers Lodi to, 418; Henry sends to emperor, 419.

France, 70, 92, 99, 103, 198, 257, 423, 543, 575.
-, news from, 472, 474, 577.
-, Wiltshire flees to, 28; Yorkist lords will invade if encouraged, 29, 74.
-, Milan wants to get England to attack, 34, 88; ambassadors at Venice, 57.
-, Lancastrians may have gone to, 69; likely to help Lancastrians with Scots, 90.
-, fleet to attack England, 93, 98; strike at Cornwall, 95, 98; troops for Somerset, 101.
-, hold Savona, 104; Coppino's plans in, 105; not going to Calais, 108.
-, Edward does not want peace with, 111; might rise against Louis, 112; Edward dislikes, 121.
-, English forces raised against, 123; Spanish reprisals on, 124.
-, no one allied to, can be friendly with England, 126; Edward arms to attack, 126, 127.
-, English fleet against, 135; Bretons plunder ships, 150; united against England, 156.
-, embassy to England, 149, 166, 169
-, recover Picard towns, 165; Easterlings in agreement with, 167.
-, prey on English at sea, 170; strong fleet in Channel, 176.
-, Burgundy would prefer war with, 180; fear English invasion may provoke revolt, 190.
-, discontent at taxation, 191; truce with Burgundy, 193; war with Burgundy, 195, 197.
-, English invasion, 196; harass English in Picardy, 201; danger to Burgundy, 209.
-, Burgundian embassy to, 214; England cannot long keep friends with, 226.
-, unpopular in Normandy, 253; war of Henry VII on, 261; doubtful if Henry will pursue war, 262.
-, English meet ambassadors of, 474; Henry states reasons for war with, 283, 284; Henry's preparations for war, 285, 289–91.
-, Milanese merchants in, 296; attack on, to relieve Italy, 293, 296; Scots friends of, 299, 305.
-, ill feeling of English against, 300; try to upset relations with Spain, 307; union of Florence with, 314.
-, danger to Henry, 339; intrigues in Scotland, 340; Milan stirs pope and Naples against, 351.
-, threaten Raimondo, 354; peace with Spain, 357; Henry VII unwilling to move against, 360.
-, Henry does not want to have peace with Germany, 363; Lepenec enemy of, 368.
-, embassy to England, 369, 371; Henry VII will unite with, 371; high respect for Henry VII, 380.
-, wine and wood not to be exported from, to England, 373.
-, Henry VIII prepares to invade, 381, 384, 387, 422, 423; Henry wants crown, 391; great alarm, 392; Henry victorious over, 397.
-, spread false reports at Rome, 383; war declared on, 385; fleet scattered, 389; English take ships, 416.
-, defeated in Italy, 389; unlikely to trouble Italy, 393; skirmish with Swiss, 401; Swiss come to terms with, 409, 412.
-, Henry alone against, 400; threaten Cambrai, 403; garrison for Tournai, 404; no news of army, 406.
-, not molesting Burgundy, 410; Sforza outraged by, 411; forces of, 418, 477; Henry means to attack in spring, 419.
-, emperor threatens to make terms with, 420; no means to send munitions to Scotland, 422.
-, preparations for defence, 422; heavy tax on, 423; Henry says English and Swiss should unite to chastise, 426.
-, Henry means to make settlement with, 427; fresh plans against Italy, 428, 431, 432.
-, complains that pope helps England, 431; false rumours of peace with England, 432.
-, pope arbitrates between and England, 435; English designs against with Swiss, 433, 434, 436.
-, pope leagues with Swiss against, 439; league of Charles V and Henry VIII against, 441, 442.
-, Sforza should send representatives to, 444; fleet goes against Naples fleet, 458.
-, Mendoza cannot go safely through, 488; emperor does not want peace with, 492.
-, votes collected in about divorce, 519; Wolsey meditated flight to, 529.
-, Henry's appeal to doctors of, 532; outbreaks of heresy in, 567.
-, relations with England strained, 583–5; Leslie sent to, 597; priests slain or ransomed in, 598.
-, admiral of. See Chabot, Philip; Louis, bastard of Bourbon; Malet, Louis.
-, chancellor of. See Oriole; Prat; Rochefort.
-, constable of. See Luxemburg, Louis de, count of St. Pol.
-, Dauphin of. See Charles; Francis, son of Francis I; Louis.
-, grand master of. See Montmorency.
-, King of, mission to for peace, 517n.

-, See Charles VI; Charles VII; Charles VIII; Francis I; Henry III; Louis XI; Louis XII.

marshal of. See Foix, Odet de; Laval, André de; Rohan, Pierre de.

Queen of. See Anne, Queen of France; Carola of Savoy; Joanna.

regent of. See Louise of Savoy.

secretary of. See Barillon.

treasurer of. See Robertet.

Franceschino, courier, 342.

Francis, Count of Angoulême, Monsieur de Angoulême, 437.
-, troops demand, as leader, 412.

Francis I, King of France, 465, 485, 495, 549, 569, 579.
-, league against, 441; friendly to Sforza, 442; proposed marriage alliance with England, 448, 459, 460.
-, angry at Colonna raid, 449; Sforza should send to, 450, 460, 461; will not pay ransom for sons, 457.
-, complains of pope, 459; Sforza's confidence in, 464; may detain Auditor, 466, 467.
-, Wolsey wants Milan to force hand, 467–70, 475; sends terms to emperor, 468; sends medallions to Henry, 469.
-, wants Henry to attack Flanders, 467; pope does not expect help from, 470.
-, Henry's proposals to, for marriage, 471; remark about Bourbon not too serious, 472; will never consent to Bourbon having Milan, 473.
-, has Henry's friendship in his hands, 476; intentions of, 477; sends embassy to England, 480.
-, hesitates about marriage, 481; Henry reproves for frivolity, 487; emperor does not want peace with, 490.
-, will stand firm if England and Venice do, 491; proposed conference with Henry, 492, 508, 510, 513, 516, 557, 572–4.
-, not averse from truce, 493; powers to ambassadors, 494; ambitions, 498.
-, Wolsey speaks about marriage, 500; Wolsey urges to peace, 501.
-, independent reply to England, 501; Henry will not abandon, 502, 504.
-, considers English demands excessive, 502; does not wish to affront emperor about sister, 503.
-, alliance with Henry, 505–7, 509, 511, 512, 514, 533, 540, 553; Wolsey to go and see, 508, 510; determined to win, 515.
-, emperor asks for help against Turk, 516, 551; attitude about Turks, 517.
-, great expectations of Henry from, 520; thanks Henry for release of sons, 524.
-, debt to Henry, 524, 525, 531, 532, 536; emperor to appeal to for help against heretics, 525.
-, league with emperor and England against Italy, 526; Henry's present to, 527.
-, Wolsey asks to intercede with Henry, 529, 531; writes to Albany approving Council, 530.
-, marriage celebrations, 532; pope exhorts about Henry's divorce, 534.
-, Henry wants backing of, 535, 538, 539, 542, 548; conference about divorce, 536; incensed with pope, 539, 540.
-, asked to get Henry to send proxy to Rome, 544; promises compensation for Corticella, 546.
-, conference with emperor, 547; sends Bayonne to mollify Henry, 547; stops match between Scotland and pope's niece, 548; marriage with pope's niece, 559.
-, ready to help Vayvode, 550; offers of troops to, 551; strained relations with England, 556, 562.
-, tries to make peace between England and Scotland, 556, 557; conference with pope, 560, 561, 563, 566.
-, fears England alienated, 563; gets papal censures against England postponed, 564.
-, does not want appeal to Council, 565; action about divorce, 566–8; exacting tenth, 568.
-, subsidises emperor's enemies in Germany, 571; Henry suspicious of, 575–6; correspondence with Anne Boleyn, 576.
-, Henry writes to, on death of Catherine, 578; promises help to Henry against rebels, 580.
-, Henry offended with, 583; Henry tries to prevent receiving Pole, 585.
-, Henry wants payment from, 586; dissatisfied about war, 587.

-, sons of:

recovery from Spain, 446–448, 464, 469, 505, 507, 509, 511; released, 519.

Henry rejoices at release, 520; thanks to Henry about, 524.

-, -, See also Charles; Francis; Henry, of France.

daughter of. See Magdalena.

sister of. See Margaret of France.

Francis, son of Francis I, the Dauphin, 554.
-, Elizabeth too young for, 576.

Francis II, Duke of Britanny, 21; ambassadors at Mantua, 60; dissuades Queen of Scots from helping Lancastrians, 94; letter to Duke of Berry, 111.
-, instructions to councillors, 111, 112; Louis wants to give up Charles, 119.
-, English archers to help, 125; Louis does not trust, 127.
-, desires Louis' favour, 128; understanding with Burgundy, 136.
-, dealings of Louis with, 137, 140; league with England, 162.
-, agreement with France, 163, 164; Burgundy promises Aquitaine and Poitou, 170.
-, wants General Council, 171; Burgundy sends to, 181.
-, offended with Louis, 175.
-, remonstrates about Perpignan, 188; English to join, 189; embassy to Burgundy, 195; ready to break, 197.
-, English troops sent to, 199; promises help to Edward, 203; English suspicious of, 208.
-, may enter treaty of Picquigny, 213; embassy to France, 228.
-, Edward warns Louis not to attack, 243; relations with France, 245.

Francis, Duke of Luxemburg, 600.

Francisca, Duchess of Vendôme, Madame de Vendôme, 548.

Franciscans, general of, 608.

Franciscoli, 1.

Frangipani, Octavio, Archbishop of Taranto, papal nuncio in Belgium, 626, 628, 644.
-, allows Bradislaus to confer with Edmondes, 643.

Frankfort on Main [Hesse Nassau, German Empire], 389.
-, peace of, 265.

Fredericis, Hieronimo de, ex Bishop of Martorano:
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 595.

Frederick III, emperor, 191, 246, 278.
-, embassy at Rome, 21; asks league with France, 180.
-, war with Burgundy, 195; reluctant to make treaty with Burgundy, 196; Burgundy threatens, 214; demands Italian peace be referred to, 238; question of referring peace by, 240–2; grants reprisals against Milan, 250, 263, 266, 271.
-, Milan asks Henry to approach, 267; letter of Henry to, 269, 272, 273, 275, 277.
-, letter authorising reprisals, 276; unwilling to disturb peace, 291.

Frederick the Warlike, Margrave of Meissen:
-, proposed marriage to Lucia Visconti, 2.

Frederick, Count of Vaudemont:
-, sent to fetch Queen Margaret, 120.

Frederick V, Count Palatine of the Rhine:
-, sends Baldwin to England, 660.

Frederick. See also Federico.

Fregoso, Federigo di, Archbishop of Salerno:
-, pope sends to England, 390; good instructions for Sforza, 393.

Frescobaldi, Leonardo, 389.

Fresen [Styria, Austria Hungary], 318, 321, 323.

Frumento, Monsig., 574.

Fuenterrabia, Fontarabia [Guipuscoa, Spain], 443.

Fulford, Baldwin, knight:
-, writ against, 95n.

Fweator. See Ratcliffe, John, Lord Fitz Walter.