Index: M

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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M

Macedonia, George of, 162.

Machado, Roger, Richmond Herald.
-, sent with Charles's expedition to Italy, 323; account of Warbeck's surrender, 329–31.
-, ambassador to France, 333.
-, to go about reprisals, 331; report on Britanny, 363.

Machono. See Hugonet, Philibert, Bishop of Macon.

Maciedonius, Lancelottus:
-, letter of, 230.

Macon, Bishop of. See Hémard; Hugonet, Philibert.

Madiis, Bartolommeo de, Milanese ambassador to the Swiss:
-, despatch, 436.

Madalena, Madelana. See Magdalena.

Madame. See Margaret of Austria; Sforza, Bianca Maria.

Madrid, Spain, 640.
-, despatch dated at, 574; letters dated at, 595, 610.

Magdalena of France, Madelana, Madalena, daughter of Francis I:
-, James V wants hand, 551, 557; promised to James, 556; match arranged, 572; marriage, 580, 583; death, 587.

Magni, M. Pietro, 432, 434.

Mai, Miguel, Michiel, imperial ambassador at Rome:
-, wants to know about Albany's mission, 548; demands sentence in divorce, 549.
-, negotiations about divorce, 551; at congregation about Turks, 555.

Maine, Count of. See Charles of Anjou.

Mainz, Mayence, Archbishop of. See Brendel; Gemmingen.

Malabayla, Alexandro, 349.

-, Secundino, 349.

Malaspina, Bernabo, Marquis, 413.

Malet, Louis, Seigneur de Graville, Admiral of France:
-, tries to upset peace, 291.

Maletta, Malleta, Albricus, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatches, 109, 113–15.

-, Francesco, Milanese ambassador to Spain:

despatch, 174.

Malines [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], 198, 318.
-, letters from, 70, 81, 82.
-, guns brought from for siege of Tournai, 402.

-, Archbishop of. See Hovius, Matthew.

Malley, Malre. See Bigot, Ralph, Lord de Mauley.

Malta, 589.
-, knights of, 624, 632.

Malvoisie wine, 194.

Mandello, Otto de, 2.

Manderscheid, John IV von, Bishop of Strasburg:
-, Leslie visits, 598.

Manners, Thomas, Lord Ros, Earl of Rutland, K.G.:
-, meets Salamanca, 495.

Mantua [Prov. Mantova, Italy]:
-, despatches dated from, 20, 21.
-, congress at, 20; ambassadors of Britanny at, 60; Wiltshire in disgrace for not going to, 525.
-, S. Giorgio, 608.

-, Cardinal of. See Gonzaga, Ercole.

chapter general at, 608.

-, Marchioness of. See Gonzago, Barbara.

-, Marquis of, 442.

March, Earl of. See Edward (IV).

Marche, Olivier de la, 169, 199.

-, Robert de la, going to Liége, 418.

Marchexa. See Marquise.

Marchio, Palavicino, Milanese ambassador in Savoy:
-, despatch, 221.

Margaret of Anjou, Queen of England, 48, 73, 88, 99, 146.
-, Henry disguises self to meet, 18; pride of Court, 19; in great danger after Northampton, 27; appeal of Coppino to, 37–41; recovers king, 49, 55.
-, no intention of sacking London, 50, 52; withdraws to Dunstable, 51.
-, force at St. Albans, 54; makes Henry abdicate in favour of son, 55, 58.
-, King Rene ready to help, 56; Warwick's measures against, 57, 59; poisons Henry, 58.
-, prudent and probable course of action, 59; Coppino fears, 60; enters York, 61.
-, takes refuge at Newcastle, 62, 68, 78; escape after Towton, 65, 66; reported capture, 72, 76, 77, 89.
-, inscription on banners, 73; trouble if not taken, 74; reported victory over Warwick, 82.
-, forces at Towton, 87; in Scotland, 90, 93, 98; French force to help diverted, 100.
-, in Wales, 101; Oxford writes to, 106; treaty with Louis, 109n.
-, proud letter to Louis, 116; John of Calabria wants Louis to help, 117.
-, withdraws to Lorraine, 120; sends help to Wales, 121.
-, expected at Court to ask help of Louis, 125; Louis announces will help, 126.
-, plot with, 128n; going to Louis, 138; reconciliation with Warwick, 139, 141.
-, starts for Normandy, 142; stays at Amboise, 144; leaving for England, 145.
-, Milan sends present to, 148, 152; letter of Milan to, 149.
-, reasons for delay, 150, 151; at Southampton, 153.
-, prospects improved by Warwick's death, 154; sanguine letter to Louis, 155.
-, Edward takes and sends to London, 156; reported murdered, 157; left at Calais, 198.
-, Charles the Bold writes to, 214; Louis XI buys, 223.

Margaret of Denmark:
-, marries James III of Scotland, 125.

Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII:
-, proposed Scottish match for, 364.

-, Queen of Scotland:

suggested as wife for Massimiliano Sforza, 412; will make war on brother for husband's death, 416; suggested marriage to Louis XII, 429; marries Angus, 440; quarrel with Angus about wardship of king, 448.

Margaret, Archduchess of Burgundy, 442.

Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV:
-, proposed marriage to Philip of Savoy, 119.
-, proposed marriage to Charles of Burgundy, 120.
-, dispensation for, 122; date postponed, 123.
-, aspersions on character, 124, 170.
-, -, Duchess of Burgundy:
-, at Brussels, pressing for money, 165; celebrates Christmas at Ghent, 172.
-, Warbeck reputed son of, 292; supported Warbeck, 328; knew Warbeck a fraud, 331.

Margaret of France, sister of Francis I, Duchess of Alencon, Madame de Lanzon, Duchess of Lansone:
-, secretary brings medals to Henry, 468; marriage to King of Navarre, 477; Francis wants to recover Navarre for, 498.

Margaret of Austria, daughter of the Emperor Maximilian I, 293, 423.
-, Charles VIII sends back, 290; admiral opposes giving back, 291.
-, governess of the Netherlands, Madame, 397.
-, letter to Bainbridge, 383; instructions from emperor, 384.
-, entertains Henry VIII at Lille, 394, 397, 402; Henry makes presents to household, 401.
-, audience of Lodi, 398, 399; Henry informs of death of James IV, 404; Henry visits, 405.
-, going to Tournai, 409; watches tilting at Tournai, 415; tries to get Sforza included in league, 416; Henry VIII shows off before, 417; Lodi takes leave of, 418.

Mari, Lorenzo di, Archbishop of Benevento, protonotary, Dom Beneventano, 289.

Maria, sister of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, 90n.

Mariana, Bishop of, 607.

Mark, Everard of, Bishop of Liége, 442.

Marle, la Marla, Count of. See Luxemburg, Jean de.

Marliano, Raymondus de:
-, letter to Duke of Milan, 16.

Marliani, Aluysius:
-, letter of, 404.

Marnyx, Jean de, 383, 418.

Maromellia, il, 551.

Marque, letters of. See reprisals.

Marquise, Marchexa [Pas de Calais, France], 554.

Marriage:
-, between England and France, (1526–7), 440, 448, 460, 467, 471, 476, 491, 498, 504.
-, Henry would declare against Caesar if sure of, 481; Wolsey's eagerness for, 482.
-, embassy from France about, 483, 493; practically concluded but laughed at in Spain, 487.
-, negotiations upon, 494; difficulties, 501–3; decided on, 505; suggested for Orleans, 506, 509, 525.
-, announcement postponed, 512; Francis wants to bind Henry by, 530; dropped, 533.

Marseilles [Bouches du Rhone, France], 565, 566, 568, 570.
-, English and Breton force expected at, 303; Caesar Borgia at, 362; pope at, 564.
-, despatches dated at, 563.

-, Bishop of. See Seyssel.

Marthea, Grisphinano, 643.

Martigni, Guillaume de, captain, 227.

Martin, public notary, 1.

-, courier, 87, 95, 165.

-, Anthony, 639.

Martorano, Bishop of. See Fredericis, Hieronimo de.

Marvino. See Roberts, John.

Mary, daughter of Charles of Burgundy:
-, suggested marriage to brother of Edward IV, 67; proposed marriage to Charles of France, 154, 157; speaks with Nicholas of Calabria, 168; plans to marry Maximilian, 172.

Mary of Guelders, Queen Mother of Scotland:
-, Burgundy warns against helping Lancastrians, 90; dauphin and Britanny send to dissuade, 94; likely to give up attack on England, 99.

Mary, daughter of Henry VII:
-, proposed Milanese match for, 358; proposed marriage to; Archduke of Burgundy, 382, 419; proposed marriage to Louis XII, 429; Louis delighted with, 437; brother takes dowry, 439; laments fate, 440.

Mary, daughter of Henry VIII:
-, proposed French match for, 440, 448, 460, 467, 471, 476; practically concluded, 487; to marry Duke of Orleans, 509.
-, proposed marriage to James, 471.
-, occupied with studies, 519; separate establishment, 533; at Richmond, ill, 541, 543.
-, visits mother at Windsor, 546; taken from mother and put with Anne Boleyn, 557, 566.
-, deprived of principality of Wales, 572; Henry visits, 575, 576, 579; Henry treats better, 578, 581.
-, proposed match with Duke of Orleans, 580; at court, 585; anxious about affairs, 587.

-, -, Queen of England, 622.

Mary, daughter of James V, of Scotland:
-, proposed marriage to Zapolya, 574.

-, Queen of Scotland, 590, 592, 595, 597, 599.

letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 588, 589; efforts for restitution of Catholicism, 591; efforts for release, 600; right of succession, 601.

Mascante, V., Bishop of Brugnato: letter of, 607.

Maulevrier, Count of. See Monliurer.

Mauley, Lord de. See Bigot, Ralph.

Maxfield, John, 602.

Maximilian of Austria, King of the Romans, Duke of Austria, 314, 315, 354.
-, Charles the Bold wishes to marry daughter to, 172; ambassadors in France, 229.
-, Edward wants Louis in concord with, 231; proposed composition, 232; plans of Louis against, 233, 244.
-, ambassador at Rome, 238; proposal to intervene in Italian affairs, 240–2; relations with France, 245.
-, Milan appeals to, about reprisals, 264, 268; unlikely to join league against France, 265.
-, letter of Henry to, 270, 271, 273, 275, 277; Heron's executors apply to, 276.
-, Henry VII gives Duchess of Britanny to, 278; intrigues of France against, 284.
-, pacifying Flanders, 290; may keep French busy, 291.

-, -, Emperor Caesar, 317, 383, 393, 397, 398, 400, 408, 426, 427, 435, 439.

treaty with Henry VII, 293; receives Urswick, 296; ambassadors from and to, 298.

member of league, 307–9, 334; Raimondo to visit, 316; resolves of, 318; taken in by Warbeck, 331.

ambassador in France, 349; letter of Sforza to, 350; English embassy to, 363, 369, 370, 380.

Lepenec takes letters to, 368; friendly to Henry, 369, 370; treats English envoys with scant respect, 371.

contemplates war on Sienese, 373; Henry waiting to see if successful, 375; Lepenec writes to, 377.

will not let Munti go, 379; nuncio sent to, 381; will not accept truce, 382, 385; commissions to Margaret, 384.

league with Henry VIII against France, 385, 395, 399, 405; Henry subsidises, 388, 401.

diet summoned by, 383; must be included in peace, 387; besieges Terouenne, 390.

Sforza should write to, 388; proceeds to invade Burgundy, 389; Henry gives jewels to, 391.

discusses plans with Henry, 391; starts for Tournai, 392; meets Henry at Lille, 394.

at siege of Tournai, 402, 404; Henry will leave provision for, 403, 409, 417.

wants understanding with Swiss, 412; return expected, 417, 418; tired of English, but wants their money, 419.

irritated at French agreement with Swiss, 419; disapproves of Italian league, 420.

will not make separate peace with France, 422, 423; bishop of Gurk with, 434; Henry VIII indignant with, 437.

-, daughter of. See Margaret of Austria.

-, son of. See Philip.

Maximi, Archbishop of, 590.

Maxwell, John, Lord:
-, slain at Flodden, 406.

Mayence. See Mainz.

Mayenne, Duke of. See Lorraine, Henry of.

Mayno, Jacometto de, chamberlain of the Duke of Milan:
-, letter of, 222; instructions to, 229.
-, Edward IV promises dogs to, 226.

Mayor, a gunner, 446.

Meath, Bishop of. See Sherwood.

Meaux [Seine et Marne, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 125.
-, king gone to, 390.

Mecca [Hejaz, Arabia], 337.

Medal sent by Francis I to Henry VIII, 468, 469.

Medelburg. See Middelburg.

Medici, Alessandro de', Duke Alexandro, Duke of Florence:
-, Margaret wife of, 539; Florentines hope Henry will help against, 579.

-, Catherine de', great niece of Pope Clement VII:

proposed marriage to Henry of France, 538, 540, 558.

proposed match with James V, 548.

-, Cosimo de':

agent of, at Bruges, 68n.

-, Fernando de', Grand Duke of Tuscany 610.

-, Francesco Armellino de', Cardinal, 442.

-, Giovanni de', Cardinal:

to go as legate to France, 381.

-, Giulio de', Cardinal, 428.

-, Lorenzo de':

Louis XI complains of, 173; letters to, 197, 230; Louis promises for, 233.

Touscen to consult, 234.

-, Piero de':

favours Sienese, 314.

Medina del Campo [Prov. Leon, Spain]:
-, treaty dated at, 121n.

Mediolanum. See Milan.

Megli. See Milly.

Meissen, Margrave of. See Frederick the Warlike.

Melanchthon, Melanton, Philip, 571.

Melitone, Dr., English ambassador to the emperor, 375.
-, to stay in Flanders, 380.

Mellon, apostolic notary, 621.

Melun [Seine et Marne, France]:
-, despatches dated at, 117, 531.

Melun, Francis de, (?) Moluno, 411.

Mendoza, Don Antonio de, 481.

-, Don Diego Urtado de, imperial ambassador to England, 586, 587.

-, Francisco Sarmiento de, Bishop of Astorga, 657.

-, Don Inigo de, Imperial ambassador in England, 451, 489.

Henry appeals to, 453; says emperor will accept ransom from Francis, 457.

Bouton sent with orders to, 465; arrives in London, 474; sees King and Wolsey at Greenwich, 478, 479,

sends for fuller powers, 479; powers to make peace, 485, 488.

asks Wolsey to treat for peace, 494; meets Salamanca, 495; Wolsey tells must restore Sforza, 505.

Mentilorgo, castle, 290.

Mentone, Monsig. de, 198.

Merchurio, 382.

Merchants:
-, of Brabant, 405.
-, of France, 243.
-, of Germany, 332.
-, Italian, in London, 102, 256.
-, Spanish, in London, 495.
-, See also under Flanders, Florence, Genoa, Milan.

Merlin, Jean, precentor of St. Exupère, Corbeil, M. Johanni, French ambassador at Rome, 219.

Mervina, John de. See Roberts, John.

Metamu, —, 606.

Metz [Lorraine, German Empire], 276.

-, bishop of. See Lorraine, Charles son of Charles II, Duke of.

Michiel, Nicolo, Venetian ambassador at Rome, 308.

Middelburg, Medelburg [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], 53, 275.
-, Charles the Bold at, 173n.

Middlemore, Father Robert, 606.

Middleton, Robert, Dean of Leicester collegiate church, English ambassador to the emperor, 363n.

Milan, Mediolanum Prov. Milano. Italy, 60, 80, 102, 169, 232, 234, 238, 300, 311, 321, 324, 327, 360, 369, 371, 372, 411, 461, 475, 477, 498, 523, 565, 590, 591, 607, 650.
-, letters dated at, 4, 9, 15, 19, 20, 32–4, 37, 52, 73, 89, 97, 104, 110, 114, 116, 145–8, 161, 162, 247–9, 264, 277–9, 282, 283, 289, 293, 297, 301–4, 308, 310, 312, 315, 316, 326, 346, 350, 373, 376, 378, 381, 416, 421, 430, 435, 438, 440, 534, 544, 588, 601, 602, 610.
-, John Lax at, 22; Bertrand de Brosse sent to, 215; Rivers sent to, 217.
-, Chamberlain to visit, 246; importance of English wool to, 253; goods seized on Rhine, 264, 266, 268–72.
-, makes provision for dowry of Lucia Visconti, 275; duchy claimed for Orleans, 284; French expedition, 362.
-, Sforza's right to, 358; emperor will protect, 385; excitement in, over Clairvaux dispute, 424.
-, restoration to Sforza, 434, 443, 444, 450, 463, 487, 495, 504, 505, 507, 509, 511.
-, fears for, 445; proposed pension to Henry VIII, 446, 456, 507; pope and England to arbitrate about, 447.
-, surrender of castle, 455, 478, 485; proposed deposit of, 459, 462, 464–9, 476.
-, France may be careless about, 460; France will not consent to Bourbon having, 469.
-, to be given to Bourbon, 470, 472, 495; emperor claims right to depose Sforza from, 478.
-, Wolsey wants conferred on Bourbon and Leonora, 482; emperor took from Sforza, 483; Sforza restored to, 541.
-, Viceroy will do what pope wishes with, 484; Wolsey will not let stand in way of peace, 516.
-, English ambassadors passing through, 518; Wiltshire at, 522.
-, doctors of, consulted on dispensation of Julius, 534; Ross going to, 595; Owen at, 609.

-, Archbishop of. See Archimboldo, Guidantonio; Borromeo, Carlo; Borromeo, Federigo; Picolpasso.

cicitens of, 149.

court at, 19.

-, Duke of, 442.

-, mission to, for peace, 517n.

-, See Sforza; Visconti.

-, Governor of. See Caracciolo.

-, Lieutenant General of. See Bentivoglio, Alexandro.

merchants of, 19, 22, 250, 276, 382.
-, petition about reprisals, 146, 147; reprisals on, 252, 266, 267; Henry VII grants protection and safe conduct to, 255, 261, 271, 275.

places in:
-, Brera, 594
-, Broletto, 441.
-, hostelry of Three Kings, 282.
-, S. Ambrogio, Ambrose, dispute with Clairvaux, 421, 422, 428, 431, 438.
-, S. Maria della Scala, 602.
-, S. Pietro Ingliciatis, 613, 614, 4647.
-, S. Simpliciano, 613, 614, 647.
-, S. Stefano, 332.
-, Well Inn, 289.

Milly en Gatinais, Megli [Seine et Oise, France]:
-, despatches dated at, 184, 185.

Minet, ten miles from Exeter:
-, Warbeck at, 327.

Miraumont, Miramondo, Robert de, 169.

Modecchia, Filipolo de, son of Lorenzo, 1.

Modena, Modoena, Prov. Modena, Italy, 1, 525.
-, letter dated at, 149.
-, proposed dowry of Catherine de' Medici, 538.

-, Duke of. See Borso.

-, Bishop of. See Torre, Ja. Ant. de la.

Modena, Rinaldo da:
-, poisons Cardinal Bainbridge, 438.

Mole, Protonotary, 411.

Moleyns, Molinsi, Lord de. See Hungerford.

Moluno, M. de (?), Francis de Melun, 411.

Molzano, Joachim, D. Joachim, Milanese ambassador with the Swiss:
-, despatches, 422, 423–7.
-, visits English ambassadors, 426, 427; going to diet at Lucerne, 426, 428.

Monasteries:
-, dissolution of, 580, 582; Leslie's efforts for restoration, 597, 598.
-, question of restoring in England, 624.

Mondovi [Prov. Coni, Italy]:
-, letter dated at, 591.

-, Bishop of. See Ghisleri.

Money:
-, new coinage, 113.
-, angels, 419.
-, florins, value of, 275.
-, -, Rhenish, 293.
-, nobles, 373.
-, high value in England, 340.

Monfalconet, Monfalconelto, Mons. de, imperial ambassador to England, 551.

Monferrat, Marquis of, 442.

-, -, See also Palaeologus, Theodorus II; William IX.

Monisart, John, Bishop of Tournai:
-, thinks English eager for war, 255.

Monliurer, Count of, (?) Maulevrier, 111.

Montagu, Montacute, Lord. See Neville, John.

Montaigu, Claude de, Sieur des Couches, Lord of Monteacuto, 169.

Montalto, Cardinal. See Feretti.

Mortan. See Neville, John, Lord Montagu.

Montauban, Monte Albano, Arthur of, 111n.

Montbozon, Montboson [Haute Saône, France]:
-, despatch from, 199.

Monteacuto, Lord of. See Montaigu, Claude de.

Monte Albano. See Montauban.

Montebellant. See Percy, Henry, Earl of Northumberland.

Montecaprello:
-, despatch from, 198.

Montefeltro, Federigo di, Duke of Urbino:
-, Sixtus IV, criticises, 228.

Montegaudio, Ludovico de, 1.

Monte Rizardo. See Montrichard.

Monterns, (?) Monthermé, Ardennes, France, 418.

Montesecho, Giovanni Battista de, 231.

Montibus, Francesco di, councillor of the Duke of Milan:
-, letter to, 305.
-, mission to pope and Naples, 351.

Montils les Tours, Montilz [Indre et Loire, France]:
-, Charles VIII receives Scottish ambassadors at, 279, 280.

Montmorency, Anne de, the Grand Master, 517, 553, 555.
-, taking force to frontiers of Flanders, 573.

Montpellier [Hérault, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 562.

Montpensier, Count of. See Bourbon, Charles de.

Montrichard, Monte Rizardo [Loir et Cher, France], 160, 281.
-, despatch dated at, 143.

Mont St. Michel, St. Michael [Manche, France]:
-, Louis visits, 176; English intrigues at, 190.

Monypeny, William, Lord of Concressault, M. de Concrissoldo:
-, has command in Normandy, 134; at conferences with English herald, 182.

-, -, -, seneschal of Saintonge:

speaks to Bollato to Scottish marriage, 186.

-, -, Lord of Concressault, Lord Crugresalt:

mission to Scotland, 305.

Monza [Prov. Milano, Italy], 464.
-, chapter of, 594.
-, letter dated at, 607.

-, Count of. See Leiva Vique.

Morat [Canton Friburg, Switzerland]:
-, despatches from Burgundian camp at, 227, 228.

More, Thomas, 651.
-, influence with Wolsey, 460; pension of Sforza to, 508.
-, Lord Chancellor, 527.

-, -, attends parliament, 519.

kinsman of, 618.

Morenz:
-, despatch from, 199.

Moresino, Gabriel, envoy of Milanese merchants about reprisals, 264.

Morette, Morette, Moretto, Sieur de. See Soliers, Charles de.

Morgan, Philip, Bishop of Worcester, 3.

Morlle. See Bigot, Ralph, Lord de Mauley.

Morlhon, Anthony de, President of Toulouse, French ambassador to Rome, 234.
-, conversation with pope, 237; insists on peace, 238.

Morone, 459.

-, Giovanni, Gieronimo, Cardinal:

letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 594.

Morono, Hieronymo, 384.
-, Milanese ambassador at Rome: despatches, 412, 419.

Mortimer's Cross, co. Hereford, battle of, 57.

Mortmain, statute of, 625.

Morton. John, Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Chancellor of England, 253, 377.

-, -, Cardinal of Canterbury:

Raimondo to visit, 316; at reception of ambassadors, 322; offers Warbeck pardon, 325; Margaret of Burgundy commends Warbeck to, 328; friendly to Milan, 349; Sforza should write to, 351.

Most Christian. See France, King of.

Motte, Charles de Tocque, de la, French ambassador in Scotland, 408.

Moulins:
-, Charles VIII leaves, 339.

Mount St. Michael. See St. Michael's Mount.

Mowbray, John, third Duke of Norfolk, 19.
-, goes with Warwick to St. Albans, 48, 52; led Kent men at St. Albans, 49; reported prisoner, 51; joins with other Yorkists near York, 61; prowess at Towton, 62; with Edward at Towton, 64.

-, John, fourth Duke of Norfolk, Noreforth:

accompanies Edward IV to France, 194, 220.

Muells. See Neville, Sir John.

Munster, Westphalia:

-, Bishop of, 442.

Anabaptists take, 572.

Munti, Francisco de li:
-, letter of, 378.

Mures, Rufino di, 198.

Murhed, Richard, dean of Glasgow, Scottish ambassador to France, 279, 280.

-, -, Scottish ambassador to Spain, 295.

Muro, Troylo da, of Rossano, Troylo:
-, letters of, 199, 211.
-, collects a hundred lances, 163; going to Venice, 169.

Murray, Earl of. See James, Earl of Murray.

Mus:
-, envoys expected from, 573.

Musetola. See Muxetula.

Musicians and singers for duke's chapel at Milan, 161.

Musotto, —, 590.

Muxetula, Musetola, Juan Antonio, Imperial ambassador at Rome:
-, demands sentence in divorce, 549; negotiations about divorce, 551.
-, at Congregation about Turks, 555.