Index: J

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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J

Jacopo, Emanuele de, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatches, 118, 120, 134, 143.

Jacquette of Luxemburg, dowager Duchess of Bedford, my lady the Regent:
-, Londoners send to parley with Lancastrians, 50.

James II, King of Scotland:
-, letter to Duke of Milan, 23; ready to help Yorkists, 23, 27; daughter to marry Prince Edward, 90; sister to marry Edward, 93, 98.

James III, King of Scotland, 112.
-, asks Louis reason of war, 116; ambassador to France about marriage, 121, 122, 124.
-, marries Danish princess, 125; Louis XI sends embassy to, 160.
-, Edward urges alliance on, 174; Edward goes to treat with, 175.
-, expected war with England, 180; treating with England, 187, 102.
-, complains of Louis, 192; reported invasion of Normandy, 197; reported poisoned, 198.
-, writes to Louis XI, 244; asks for help, 245; golden rose sent to, 247.

-, -, James son of:

proposed Sforza marriage for, 186, 188.

James IV, King of Scotland, 282, 289, 355.
-, embassy to France about marriage, 279, 281; good understanding with France, 295; sends ambassador in Spain, 298; poor in money but abundance of men, 299.
-, French stir up against Henry, 301; cannot harm Henry, 305.
-, takes field against Henry, 308, 313, 317, 329, 336; France mediates for peace with Henry, 317; retreats, 317, 320, 323, 327.
-, Spanish embassy to, 324; proposed Spanish match, 328; taken in by Warbeck, 331.
-, peace with England, 335, 341; spirited, 339; Milan to write to, 343, 346, 347; letter to Ayala, 352; letter to Sforza, 354.
-, sends herald to England, 353; France wishes to make alliance with Denmark, 356.
-, negotiations for English marriage, 357, 360, 364; French base hopes on, 390.
-, English threaten to disinherit, 392; defeat at Flodden, 397, 400, 406, 412; death, 398, 404, 407, 408.
-, French send help to, 407; grief of queen for, 416; reported alive, 419.

James V, King of Scotland:
-, made king, 416; dispute for wardship, 448; suggested marriage to Mary, 471.
-, to help against Turks, 517; conspiracy against, 519; asks for pope's niece, 526.
-, would not give up Henry's friendship for Wolsey, 529; exorbitant demands in consistory, 538, 539; proposed marriage to Catherine de Medici, 548.
-, wants daughter of Francis, 551, 557; John Scott served, 552; relations with England, 556.
-, peace with England, 566, 572; proposed marriage to Marie de Bourbon, 571; marries Madalene of France, 572; not to be at conference between England and France, 573.
-, supposed disappearance, 578, 579; reported marriage, 579; French match, 580.

James, Earl of Murray, the Bastard of Scotland:
-, shooting of, 593.

James I, King of Great Britain, 658.
-, book against Cardinal Bellarmine, 613; wants to please parliament by death of Roberts, 648; persecutes Catholics, 655.

James of Armagnac, Duke of Nemours, III

James, John, of Oxford, 602.

Jamys, John, 377.

Jann, Thomas, Bishop of Norwich, 376.

Japan, 337.
-, Benedictines martyred in, 618.

Jaquiline, Jacoba, Duchess of Holland, 3.

Jarvis, Gervase, George, O.S.B., 649.

Jerome, Hieronimi, 7.

Jerusalem, Palestine, 316, 552.
-, English knight going to, 137.

Jesuits:
-, stories about, 604; Nichols to write against, 606; bull of Clement VIII for, 613; Anselm accused of attacking, 615, 626, 627; charges against Benedictines, 616–19, 630–4, 637–-45; articles of peace with Benedictines, 634–7, 645, 646.

Jeura in Beossa. See Jouars Ponchartrain.

Jewels:
-, of Charles the Bold, 172, 391; worn by Henry VII, 322; source of, 337; Henry VIII shows to Maximilian, 391; Henry gives to ladies of Margaret, 394, 396, 401.

Joachim, D. See Molzano; Passano.

Joambabtista, Messer. See Tabia.

Joanna of France, Giana, daughter of Louis XI:
-, proposed marriage to Richard of York, 119, 125.

-, Queen of France:

divorce, 362, 365.

Joanna Angela, natural daughter of Ferdinand the Catholic:
-, James IV of Scotland does not want, 295, 301.

Joanna, daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, Archduchess of Austria:
-, at Southampton, 307.

Johan Piero. See Panigarola.

Johanni, M. See Merlin, Jean.

John II, King of Aragon, 121, 188.
-, excluded from truce with Burgundy, 180; Burgundy reserves in treaty, 181; English may help, 185; English league with, 192.

John, King of Denmark:
-, letters of emperor to, on reprisals, 276; sends embassy to England, 307.

John I, King of Portugal, 221n.

John II, King of Portugal:
-, proposed English match, 256, 261; ambassadors in England, 273; letter of emperor to, on reprisals, 276; proposed alliance with Scotland, 356.

John, King of Sweden, 600.

John V, de Belleme, Duke of Alencon, Count of Armagnac, 111.
-, treasonable dealings with English, 17; death, 175.

John of Burgundy, Count of Estampes, M. de Tamps, 75.

John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford, 50n.

John of Gaunt, 221n.

John of Calabria, the Duke of Calabria, Duke John, 120, 125, 126, 168.
-, attacks Naples, 30n; enfeebled by disturbances of Genoa, 74; nobles of Naples incline to, 75; says Burgundy hesitates to recognise Yorkists, 94.
-, denounces Warwick, 118; complains of Louis XI, 118; no agreement with France, 127.
-, ill at Barcelona, 144; poisoned, 190n.

John I, Duke of Cleves:
-, knight of the Golden Fleece, 95.

John, the elder, Duke of Zweibrucken, Deuxponts, 599.

John, of Orleans, Count of Dunois, 111.

John V, Duke of Bourbon:
-, has recourse to Burgundy, 205; at Picquigny, 212.

-, -, Agnes mother of, Madame de Bourbon:

letter to, 210.

John Frederick I, Duke of Saxony:
-, to make war on King of Romans, 571.

Joinville, 600.

Jolande, Duchess of Savoy, Madame of Savoy, 186.

Joseph, Michael, a blacksmith:
-, leader of Cornish rebellion, 317, 320, 323; beheaded, 319.

Jouars, Pontchartrain, Jeura in Beossa [Seine et Oise, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 187.

Jougne [Doubs, France]:
-, despatch from, 221.

Jousting. See Tournament.

Joyeuse, Francis de, Archbishop of Toulouse:
-, decides against Jesuits, 640.

Juliers:
-, Duke of, 442.

Julio, Monsignor, 304.

Julius II, Pope, 410, 430.
-, dispensation to Henry VIII, 534.

Jussey, Jusey [Haute Saone, France]:
-, despatch from, 211.