Index: I

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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. "Index: I", in Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618, (London, 1912) 710-711. British History Online, accessed May 26, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/milan/1385-1618/pp710-711.

. "Index: I", Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618, (London, 1912). 710-711. British History Online. Web. 26 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/milan/1385-1618/pp710-711.

I

Iceland:
-, ships wrecked off, 332; stockfish from, 337.

Ignatius, St., 599.

Inam, Lord of, 137.

India, 645.

Innocent VIII, Pope, 265.
-, sends golden rose to James III of Scotland, 247; sends sword and cap to Maximilian's son, 253; envoy to England, 258; Heron's executors apply to, 276.
-, secretary of. See Balbano.

Innsbruck [Tyrol, Austrian Empire]:
-, despatches from, 319, 320, 379.

Inquisition, 611.
-, for England, 625.

Interamnensis. See Coppino, Francesco, Bishop of Terni.

Ireland, 57, 98, 336, 634.
-, lordship of Edward in, 59; hackneys come from, 158; Warbeck going to, 292; acknowledge Warbeck as lord, 293; Warbeck escapes to, 325; rebellion in, 574.
-, outcry against secular priests in, 618.

Ireland, Yrlanda, herald, 200.

Ireland, Edmund, Hiberno, 594.

Irish:
-, troops under York reported near London, 50; to fall on Scotland, 98; set up Simnel, 325; induce Warbeck to pretend, 330.

Isabella, of Portugal, 221n.

Isabella, the Catholic, Queen of Spain, 255, 284.
-, to induce Henry VII to enter league, 293; war on France, 294; to reconcile York and Henry, 298; member of league, 302, 309, 334; relations with England, 307.
-, ratifies league, 308; truce with France, 314; Sforza appeals to, 315.
-, arranges peace between England and Scotland, 333, 336; occupies unknown islands, 336; labours for peace, 342.

Italy, and Italians, 70, 96, 97, 357, 359, 393, 401, 476, 507, 521, 581.
-, English affairs help, 69, 92; Coppino wants encouragement from, 71, 85.
-, danger to, 86.
-, serving Burgundy, 199.
-, pope urged to pacify, 231; league for peace of, 232, 233; Louis intervenes for peace, 234, 236.
-, Turks preparing fleet against, 241; English wool trade with, 256; plans to relieve from French, 293, 294, 296.
-, French designs on, 308, 313, 334; appeal to Henry for, 311, 346; Henry well acquainted with affairs of, 323.
-, Henry thinks French invasion unlikely, 339; Henry does not fear French conquest of, 364, 365, 375.
-, stay of Forman in, 356; France may send troops to, 371.
-, Henry VIII wants to attack France, 381; legates must abandon, 389; French diverted from, 390.
-, another French invasion expected, 422, 427, 428, 431; Henry interested in, 455.
-, Ferdinand sends landsknechts to, 457, 458; Charles wants to acquire for self, 484; Charles ready to satisfy, 487.
-, Bourbon in Milan would upset, 486; Charles considers in power, 490; Charles dominating, 498.
-, Henry desires peace of, 493, 500; Henry will lend Francis money for operations in, 510.
-, Wolsey wants to attack Charles in, 514, 515; votes for divorce collected in, 519, 532.
-, reported league of emperor, England and France against, 526; all divorce proceedings in, 530.
-, France will not abandon, 551; France will make war in, 568.
-, Lieutenant General in. See Foix, Odet de.
-, Spanish Viceroy in. See Cardona.