Index: H

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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H

Habevila. See Abbeville.

Hailes, Baron. See Hepburn, Patrick.

Hainault [Belgium], 411.

Ham, Ahani [Somme, France]:
-, despatches dated at, 150, 154–6.

Hammes [Pas de Calais, France], 169n.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex:
-, Henry VIII at, 519, 520, 527, 530, 533, 544.

Han:
-, English raid, 201.

Hannaert, John, Viscount of Lombeke, imperial ambassador in France:
-, letter to Sforza, 562.

Hannibal, 334.

Hanse towns. See Easterlings.

Haraucourt, Guillaume d', Bishop of Verdun:
-, Burgundy offended by arrest, 130.

Harcourt, Sir Robert:
-, made knight of the Garter, 108n.

Hart, —, 606.

Harmon, Tillian, 602.

Haryngton. John, doctor of laws, 376.

-, William:

letter of, 376, 377.

Hastings, William, Lord, the chamberlain, Earl of Anscingues, Arsines:
-, marries Warwick's sister, 108; knight of Garter, 108n; goes to Calais to form fleet, 166; accompanies Edward to France, 194, 220.

Hattecliffe. William, English commissioner for Hanse negotiations, 173n.

Hauewes, Earl of, William Hay, Earl of Errol, 407.

Hawks:
-, Sforza advised to present to Henry, 499.

Hawkwood, Sir John:
-, compact with Galeazzo Visconti, 1.

Hay, William, Earl of Errol, (?) Hauewes, 407.

Hayford, Humphrey, sheriff of London:
-, deprived for conspiracy, 128n.

Heberge, Jean, Bishop of Evreux, Nuroso, Vreus, 200, 202, 210.

Heimburg, Gregory:
-, ambassador of Albert of Austria at the Congress of Mantua, 21n.

Hémard, Charles de, Bishop of Maçon, French ambassador at Rome, 577, 578.

Heneage, Thomas, 640.

Henry IV, King of Castile, King of Spain, 112, 124, 192.
-, negotiating peace with England, 113; league with England, 121.
-, negotiations with Louis XI, 119.
-, celebrates feast of St. George, 174.

Henry IV, Duke of Brunswick:
-, to accompany Henry to France, 382.

Henry, Earl of Derby, Duke of Lancaster (Henry IV):
-, proposed marriage to Lucia Visconti, 1, 2.

Henry IV, King of England:
-, ratines marriage treaty of Lucia, 275.

Henry V, King of England:
-, alliance with Genoa, 3, 4.

Henry VI, King of England, Alvyse, 6, 43, 47, 51, 59, 88, 100, 115, 125, 138, 149, 155, 160, 219.
-, Filippo Maria Visconti asks for release of Genoese citizens, 4; York asks pardon of, 16, 17.
-, York attacks at St. Albans, 17; first meets Margaret disguised as squire, 18, 19; embassy at Rome, 21.
-, letter of Duke of Milan to, for Genoese, 19, 20; Burgundy hopes for defeat, 22.
-, Scotch king denounces truce with, 23; letter of Coppino to, 23–7.
-, falls into York's hands at Northampton, 27; pleased at reception of Lax at Milan, 31.
-, Coppino in favour with, 33; to ask red hat for Coppino, 34; surprised at curia's neglect of Coppino, 46.
-, letter to Pius II, 35; desire for peace, 38, 39; Warwick sincere with, 40, 44; enjoys full liberty, 40.
-, means to defend Yorkists, 41, 44, 45; Lancastrians try to recover, 42.
-, moved at York's defeat, 48; goes with Yorkists to St. Albans, 48, 54, 57; recovered by Lancastrians, 49, 55, 61, 63.
-, no intention of pillaging London, 50; embassy from London to, 52.
-, behaviour at second battle of St. Albans, 55; abdicates, 55, 58; reported poisoned, 58.
-, does not believe Edward his son, 58; takes refuge at Newcastle after Towton, 62, 68, 73, 78.
-, flees from Towton, 65, 66; reported taken, 72, 76, 77, 89; trouble if not taken, 74; not true taken, 87.
-, in Scotland, 90, 93, 98; losing ground in Wales, 101; Rivers says cause lost, 102.
-, Oxford writes to, 106; plot to restore, 106, 107; reported besieged, 111.
-, question of Burgundy helping, 112, 113; mortal enemy of France, 117.
-, question of Warwick restoring, 120; Welsh proclaim, 121; Wales attached to, 141.
-, Warwick releases and proclaims, 143; letter of Galeazzo Sforza to, 145.
-, asked to remove reprisals, 146, 147; Milan wants to know about stability, 148, 152.
-, Milan sends present to, 148, 152; Edward accepts as king, 153.
-, prisoner in Tower, 156, 158; Edward has murdered, 157.

Henry VII, King of England, 274, 300, 347, 376.
-, takes St. Omer, 248; English want to fight France, 253; asked to leave Britanny alone, 255.
-, letters to Milan, 250, 254, 257, 262, 271, 272; letters of Gian Galeazzo to, 265, 266.
-, Milan approaches for marriage and about reprisals, 252; appeal to, for Genoese, 253, 257, 258.
-, grants protection and safe conduct to Milanese merchants, 255, 271, 275; reply to requests of Milan, 256.
-, treaty with Milan, 258–64; proposed Milanese match, 261.
-, proposed league with Spain and Bretons, 265; busy about Britanny, 266.
-, Milan appeals to, about reprisals, 266; letter to emperor on reprisals, 269, 273; letters on same to Maximilian and Count Palatine, 270, 273; and Margrave of Baden, 271, 273.
-, thanks for reception of Williams, 272; regrets reprisals, 273, 277.
-, gave Duchess of Britanny to Maximilian, 278; armed at sea, 279; preparations against French, 285, 289.
-, letters to Ludovico Sforza, 283, 294, 297, 301, 308, 310, 311, 363; letters of Ludovico to, 286, 293, 302–4, 310, 344, 378, 380.
-, asks Milan to join against French, 284, 285; Sforza declines, 287, 288.
-, requisitions foreign galleys, 290; crosses to Calais, 291; France asks for troops, 292.
-, enters alliance against France, 293, 298, 301–3, 307, 312; efforts to move against France, 295, 296.
-, rather feared than loved, 299; assures Charles will never go against him, 304.
-, French try to prevent helping pope, 305; waiting to hear from Rome, 301.
-, starts for Scotland, 305, 318, 319; proposed settlement with Scotland, 308, 317; prosperity, 320, 324, 341; great treasure, 325, 340; truce with Scotland, 335, 341.
-, celebrates entry into league, 309; Raimondo's instructions to, 312–16, 351.
-, fine army against Cornish rebels, 316, 317; reported flight from London, 317; defeats rebels, 319, 323.
-, near Oxford, 321; sees ambassadors at Woodstock, 322; Raimondo's appreciation of, 322–4, 335, 339, 340.
-, letter read to pope, 326; only hears late of Warbeck's move, 327; measures against Warbeck, 328; Warbeck brought before, 330.
-, letter to Puebla, 329; clemency, 331; receives ambassadors at London, 332.
-, will not move against France, 334, 335, 340; pope approves of stirring against French, 336; frank explanation to ambassadors, 339; Christmas festivities, 341; going hunting, 348; gone to devotions, 352.
-, pope grieved disposition not better, 342; Louis informs of accession, 343; wants Gigli made cardinal, 343, 345.
-, Sforza appeals to, against France, 345; Sforza suggests marriage alliance with, 346.
-, pope sends to, embassy to France, 349, 350; denies alliance, 351; delays audience of Raimondo, 353, 357, 359, 361, 362.
-, treaty with Scotland, 354; on good terms with Scotland, 357, 360; thinks needs no one, 357, 359, 364.
-, reply to Raimondo, 357–9, 361; truce with France, 362;: advice to Anne of Britanny, 365.
-, sends embassy to Germany, 363; security of position, 364, 366; wants Raimondo to stay, 367, 368, 370; present to Raimondo, 372, 374.
-, not much in London, 368; glad Maximilian friendly, 369, 370; dissatisfied with Spain, 370.
-, French war trick for money, 370; unlikely to have closer union with Maximilian, 371.
-, better for Milan not to have permanent ambassador with, 372; sends Ruth all to France, 374.
-, opportunist policy, 375: French pension, 379, 380; legate to go to, 381; dowry to daughter Mary, 439.
-, daughters of. See Margaret Tudor; Mary.
-, sons of. See Arthur; Edmund; Henry (VIII).
-, physician of. See Tabia.
-, secretary of. See Carmeliano.

Henry VIII, King of England, 398, 457, 475, 623.
-, preparations against France, 381, 382, 388, 422–4; eager for French war, 384, 385, 409; reaches Calais, 388, 390.
-, wants to go on fleet, 383; league with Spain, 384; league with emperor, 385, 399; subsidies to emperor, 386, 401.
-, Sforza neglects to write to, 387; Sforza should write to, 388, 389, 394; Sforza grateful to, 411, 416.
-, besieges Terouenne, 390; discusses plans with Maximilian, 391; leaves Terouenne, 392; enters Lille, 394, 405.
-, diversions, 394, 395, 402, 415; presents made by, 396; good fortune, 404, 405; tourney at Tournai, 410, 414, 415.
-, Lodi has audience and expresses gratitude, 395; letter of queen to, 396; money voted for war, 397.
-, letters to Sforza, 397, 409, 550; letter of Sforza, to, 413.
-, apprehensive about Surrey, 400; besieges Tournai, 402, 404, 405, 408; arrangements if has to return to England, 403, 409.
-, wants good understanding with Swiss, 412; prepares to return, 415, 416, 417.
-, French try to capture, 418; displeased at French agreement with Swiss, 419.
-, pope anxious about movements, 420; undertakes not to make separate peace with France, 422.
-, receives Swiss ambassadors, 425, 426; means to come to terms with France, 427.
-, pope's extraordinary regard for, 431, 432: obedience to pope, 440.
-, wants places in Picardy, 433; demands Boulogne, 448.
-, sends embassy to Spain, 434; cannot get what wants, 435; agreement with Swiss, 436.
-, gets Louis to dismiss Suffolk, 437; letter to pope, 438; keeps sister's dowry, 439.
-, incensed with emperor and Spain, 437, 439; league with Charles V, 441, 442.
-, offers league against emperor, 443; advice to pope and Venice, 444; Sforza urged to write to, 445, 458, 511, 513.
-, nuncio urges to join league, 446. Wolsey influences against emperor, 447; will do nothing of moment, 448, 449.
-, Scarpinello sounds, 450; friendly to Sforza, 451, 455, 487; harangue to ambassadors, 453, 454; wants to arbitrate upon Milan, 456, 463, 480.
-, efforts to get to enter league, 459; feels confident of peace, ib.; emperor asks to undertake peace, 460.
-, sends Ghinucci to Spain, 461; offers to take Milan in deposit, 464, 485, 486.
-, will declare war on emperor if does not do as asks, 485; Francis wants to attack Flanders, 467.
-, offers marriage to Francis, 471; Francis has friendship in his hands, 476; France ready to close with, 477.
-, nuncio asks to help pope, 472, 473; sends money to pope, 474, 480, 499, 500, 502; conference with Mendoza at Greenwich, 478, 479.
-, sends for ambassadors of league, to Greenwich, 479; opposed to overweening greatness of emperor, 481, 510.
-, will strive for restoration of Sforza, 482, 503, 506; allies will have to trust to, for peace negotiations, 483; asks pope to create cardinals, 484, 530, 535.
-, Sforza's excuses for not writing to, 485; reply of emperor to, 488, 489; emperor wants to unite with, 490.
-, Sforza's appeal to, 491, 499; wants peace of Italy, 493, 495; Salamanca sees at Greenwich, 496, 497.
-, negotiations with France for marriage, 501, 504, 525; advice to pope, 502, 503; pope thanks, 504.
-, conference with Francis, 505, 507, 510, 511, 513, 516; Sforza advised to conciliate with presents, 508, 534.
-, agreement with France, 509, 511–13, 515; sumptuous reception of French ambassadors, 512, 513.
-, stops merchants sending to Flanders, 514; emperor asks to move against Turks, 515, 516, 551.
-, not eager for conference with Francis, 517; Sforza wants loan from, 518, 522–4, 526.
-, hunting, 519–521, 533, 543, 546, 579; queen defends about divorce, 519; universities decide for, 520, 521.
-, petition of poor to, 521; Francis thanks for effort in releasing sons, 524; present for Francis, 527.
-, emperor to appeal to, against heretics, 525; reported in league against Italy, 526.
-, dealings with clergy, 527; dealings with Wolsey, 527–31; regrets loss of Wolsey, 530.
-, proceedings with universities about divorce, 530; sends Joachim to France, 534, 535, 538.
-, sharp demands from France, 531, 533; will send to French king's wedding, 532, 533; debt of France to, 536.
-, affectionate relations with queen, 533, 541; offended with pope, 535.
-, English clergy submit to, 537, 538; accepts Council, 538; tries to get Francis to help, 539.
-, relations with Agramont, 540–2, 544; new quarters at Westminster, 541, 543.
-, Don Luigi of Portugal to join with fleet, 542; cited at Rome for divorce, 543.
-, reviews fleet, 543, 544; expenditure on building, 544; recommends Guercio to Sforza, 545.
-, means to achieve intent, 546; ill-treatment of queen, 547, 566; Bishop of Bayonne sent to soothe, 547, 548.
-, stirs France against emperor, 548; not thought advisable at Rome to drive to desperation, 549, 567, 569.
-, remonstrates with pope, 550; Francis prepares for conference with, 552, 553; meeting with Francis, 554, 555.
-, relations with Scotland, 556; marries Anne Balloon, 557; demands queen's crown of Sadocho, 558.
-, furious at pope's sentence, 561, 562; France fears estranged, 563, 565; will set forth cause in neutral place, 564.
-, peace with Scotland, 566, 572; threatens to join Lutherans, 566; pope's offers to emperor against, 568.
-, slanders against pope will do more harm than good, 570; wants to make war on emperor in Flanders, 571.
-, warlike preparations, 572; conference with Francis, 572–4, 576.
-, receives German ambassadors, 573; engagements to France, 575; estranged from France, 575, 576, 583–6.
-, tyranny of 577, 578, 586; rejoices at Catherine's death, 578; visits Mary, 575–9.
-, parleys with Northern rebels, 580–2; sends for Mary to court, 581; incensed with Pole, 585.
-, daughters of. See Elizabeth; Mary.
-, natural son of. See Fitzroy, Henry.

Henry III, King of France, 601.

Henry, Count of Nassau, M. de Nanso, 415.

Henry II, King of Navarre:
-, marriage to Duchess of Alençon, 477.

Henry of France, son of Francis I, Duke of Orleans (afterwards Henry II):
-, proposed marriage to Mary Tudor, 506, 509, 580; to be sent to England, 525; thanks Henry, 554; marriage to Catherine de' Medici, 558.

Hepburn, John, Bishop of Brechin, 590n.

-, Patrick, first Earl of Bothwell, Baron Hailes, Earl of Badoel, Badouel, Lord of Ellez, Scottish ambassador to France:

arrives at Dieppe, 278; Charles receives, 279, 280; Charles knights, 2'80; returns to Scotland, 281; reported death, 283; returns safely to Scotland, 285.

Herbert, Sir Richard:
-, taken and executed, 131n.

-, Albert, William, lord:

made knight of Garter, 108n.

-, -, Earl of Pembroke:

taken and executed, 131.

-, William, second Earl of Pembroke, Pambronus, Panefort:

accompanies Edward to France, 195, 220.

Hereford, Bishop of. See Touchet, Edmund.

Herera, Garcia de, Spanish ambassador to Scotland, 295.

Heretics:
-, new sect of, in England, 380.

Hermann von Hessen, Archbishop of Cologne, 197.

Heron, Richard:
-, claim for dowry of Lucia Visconti, 247, 250, 263, 266–72; reprisals granted to, 273, 277; appointed to recover money by Wodye, 275; will of, character, 276.

-, See Aeron.

Herries, Andrew, Lord:
-, slain at Flodden, 407.

Hertzogenbusch. See Bois le Duc.

Hesdin [Pas de Calais, France], 584.

Hesele, Oliver de, secretary of the emperor, 383.

Hesse, Landgrave of. See Philip Magnanimus.

Hexham, co. Northumberland:
-, battle of, 110n.

Heyetad, Briant, 621.

Hezekiah, 79.

Hiberno, (?) Ireland, Master Edmund, 594.

Hierns, Maurice, of Zurich, Swiss ambassador to England:
-, selected, 423; reception in England, 425, 426.

Hieronimi, Raphaello di, ambassador of pope, 440.

Hieronimo, of Navarra:
-, book in favour of Queen Catharine, 554.

Hogue, la, la Ogha [Manche, France];
-, Warwick starts from, 142.

Hohenstein, William, von, Bishop of Strasburg:
-, attends diet at Worms, 386.

Holland [Prov. Netherlands], 196, 366.
-, Coppino reaches, 53, 54; Charolais in, 113; English wish to take, 118, 119.
-, Charles the Bold in, 138, 139; Edward IV collects men in, 150; Easterlings shelter in, 167; promised to Edward by Louis, 219; Louis wants to take, 230.
-, Duchess of. See Jaqueline.
-, merchants of, 405.

Holland, Edmund, Earl of Kent:
-, marriage to Lucia Visconti, 146, 147, 158n, 247n 275.

-, Henry, Duke of Exeter, Etteltre, Sestre, Cetre, Xestre, Chestris, 19, 72, 176.

escapes from Towton, 65, 66; flies to Newcastle, 68, 73, 78; supposed fate, 76; reported taken, 77; asks for life, 78; wants to make peace with Yorkists, 100; accompanies Edward to France, 194; drowned, 220.

-, -, Anne, wife of, sister of Edward IV, 220n.

death, 226.

-, -, William bastard of:

reported slain at Towton, 66, 72; writ against, 95n.

Home, Alexander Lord, chamberlain of Scotland:
-, escapes from Flodden, 407.

Honfleur, Uneflor [Eure, France]:
-, Warwick at, 137; English pillage near, 279.

Hopton, Sir Owyn, lieutenant of the Tower of London, keeper of the Tower, 603, 605.

Horn:
-, Milan wants English, 148, 152.

Horses, 222, 304.
-, war, 75.
-, hackneys, 100, 102, 162, 190, 295.
-, -, called hobby, obi', obini, obici, 147, 151, 155, 158.
-, Bretons capture, 150.
-, purchase for Milan, 101, 102,
-, Milan wants English, 145, 147, 148, 151, 152, 155, 158, 159.
-, presented by Louis to Edward, 185, 190; Edward promises to Milan, 226.
-, Sforza advised to present to Henry, 499, 508; Henry presenting to Francis, 527.
-, Barbary:
-,-, presented to Edward by Milan, 250.

Hospitaller, English, slain near Viterbo, 350.

Hospitallers, prior of, prior, of St. John of Jerusalem. See Dokwra.

Hostervant. See Ostrevant.

Hovius, Matthew, Archbishop of Malines, 629, 643.

Howard, Lord Edmund, 407.

-, Edward, Lord High Admiral: letter to Henry VIII, 382n, 383.

Howard, Auart, John, Lord:
-, at Picquigny, 216.

-, Thomas, Earl of Surrey, Earl of Sora:

gathers forces against Scots, 305; defeats Scots at Flodden, 397, 400, 404, 406.

-, Thomas II, Lord High Admiral:

at Flodden, 406.

-, Lord Thomas, 579.

-, Thomas, third Duke of Norfolk, Lord High Treasurer of England:

to make new proposals to France, 469; attends parliament, 519.

influence with king, 521; Bottigella to visit, 522; Sforza commends Botigella to, 523.

in London upon affairs, 527; Wolsey brought to house at London, 529.

at Boulogne conference, 555; cites Queen Catherine, 558; at Paris, 559, 560; recalled, 561, 562.

-, Thomas, Earl of Arundel, 626, 627, 629, 643, 644.

Hoymisor. See Windsor.

Huebbi. See Welles, Richard de.

Huels. See Welles, Leo, lord.

Hugonet, Guillaume, Chancellor of Burgundy, 172.
-, pressing for money, 165; friendly to Aliprando, 169; representative of Burgundy, 167.

-, Philibert de. Bishop of Macon, Machono:

duke wants made cardinal, 172.

Hulseby, William, of Exeter, 602.

Humber court, Lord of. See Brimeu.

Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester:
-, appeal to, for Genoese citizens, 4; letter of Picolpasso to, 4–6; letters of Decembrio to, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13; letters to Decembrio, 7–12; calamities since murder, 57.

Hungary, 256, 448, 455, 457, 536.
-, Maximilian wants to see settled, 278; Turks ravage, 441, 488, 496, 497; Turks leave garrisons in, 458; Spaniards will only give emperor money to recover, 501; Turks will winter in, 517.

-, King of, 442, 448.

-, Queen of. See Anne, Queen Hungary.

Hungerford, Robert, first Lord de Moleyns, Lord Desmoulins:
-, slain at Castillon, 15.

-, Robert, second Lord de Moleyns, Lord de Molinse, Lord D'imolis:

holding London for Henry, 27; executed, 110.

-, -, Thomas Hungerford, son of, imprisoned, 128n.

Hunting, chase, 117, 145.
-, Edward IV, 100; Henry VII, 273, 322, 348; Charles VIII, 280; Henry VIII, 519–521, 543, 546, 579; Henry urges Francis to leave, 487.

Huntly, Earl of. See Gordon, Alexander.

Hussey, John, Lord, Lord Dousi, de Usi:
-, imprisoned, 585; executed, 587.

Huyvet, Thomas, executor of Lucia Visconti, 275.

Hymbrecourt, M. de. See Brimeu.