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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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Namur [Prov. Namur, Belgium], 168, 202, 218.
-, despatches from, 205, 208, 209.
-, Charles the Bold goes to, 206.

Nancy [Meurthe et Moselle, France], 120.
-, despatch from, 220.
-, Leslie at, 600.

Nanni, Alessandro, Bishop of Forli, legate in Germany:
-, orders laying down of arms, 196.

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

Nantes [Loire Inférieure, France], 111.
-, despatch dated at, 517.

-, Cardinal of. See Guibé.

Naples [Prov. Napoli, Italy], 30, 116, 379, 490, 500, 502, 504, 592.
-, English to attack, France to relieve, 34.
-, ambassador of, at Bruges, 132; ambassador in England, 324.
-, Anthony of Burgundy going to, 193; English ambassador goes to, 238.
-, news from, 228, 300.
-, Henry tells Charles to give back, 298; quiet, 315; ally of Henry, 332; ambassador with emperor, 377.
-, pope wants enterprise of, 443; viceroy goes to with fleet, 485, 489.
-, to be comprised in truce, 498; Francis boasts will attack, 501; pension on, 507, 508.
-, inquisition at, 625.

-, Cardinal of. See Carrafa, Alfonso.

-, King of. see Federico; Ferdinand; Louis III of Anjou; Rene.

-, Viceroy of. See Lannoy, Charles de.

Narbonne, Count of. See Foix, Jean de.

Narni [Prov. Perugia, Italy], 568.

Nassau, Count of. See Henry.

Naturelli, Philibert, Provost of Salm, ambassador of the emperor at Rome, 308.

Navagiero, Cardinal Bernardo, 589.

Navarra, Petro, 443.

-, -, Count, Count Piero, 515.

Navarre, 437.

-, King of, 437.

-, -, See Henry II.

France will make war on, 442, 476; Francis wants to recover for sister, 498.

Negra, Raffaelo de:
-, letter to Duchess of Milan, 18.

Nemours, Duke of. See James of Armagnac.

Nervense. See Nivernais.

Nettunen, (?) Richard Nevill, Earl of Warwick, 72.

Neuchâtel, Claude de, Sieur de Fay, M. de Fai, 211, 212.

-, Thibaud de, Marshal of Burgundy, 212n.

ambassador to Louis XI, at Bourges, 117.

-, Thibaut de, M. de Novochiatello, 212.

Neufchateau [Vosges, France]:
-, despatch from, 221.

Neufchatel, Zatrono, Castelnovo [Seine Inférieure, France]:
-, Louis XI at, 109.

Neumburg. See Newcastle on Tyne.

Neuss [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], 200.
-, siege of, 191, 193.
-, despatches from, 195–7.
-, Edward IV talks of going to, 197.

Neve, near Bethune [Pas de Calais, France], 392.

Neville, Nevyle, Anne, Duchess of Buckingham:
-, Londoners send to parley with Lancastrians after St. Albans, 50.

-, Anne, daughter of Warwick, 139.

marriage to Edward, Prince of Wales, 141, 142; returns to England, 145; marriage to Gloucester, 178.

-, Catherine, marries Lord Hastings, 108.

-, Cecily, Duchess of York, Madama di Ortho:

celebrates victory of Towton, 66; control over Edward, 67; Milan should write to, 72.

-, Charles:

beheaded, 133n.

-, George, Bishop of Exeter:

goes against the king, 27; letter to Duke of Milan, 36; disappears after St. Albans, 52.

letter to Coppino, 60–3; announces victory of Towton, 66; letter of Coppino to, 78–81; desires good of Church, 79; letter of Milan to, 97; commends Milan, 108; made chancellor, 100.

-, -, Lord Chancellor of England, 67, 81, 100.

replaced in office, 120; reads pope's letters at St. Paul's Cross, 107.

-, -, English ambassador to Burgundy, 109n.

-, -, Archbishop of York:

coming to London for parliament, 132; bulls expected in favour of, 164; Edward presses for deprivation, 165; Edward gets 20,000 ducats from, 169.

-, Humphrey:

beheaded, 133.

-, Isabel, 166, 178.

married to Clarence, 131; keeps out of England, 139.

-, Sir John, Lord Neville, Muells, slain at Towton, 32, 65, 66, 68, 77, 78.

-, John, Lord Montagu, Montan, Montacute, the chamberlain:

flight from St. Albans, 49; taken prisoner after St. Albans, 51, 61; not known where, 52.

receives Edward at York, 62; Coppino congratulates, 80.

-, -, Earl of Northumberland:

made knight of Garter, 108n; Elizabeth of York contracted to, 129; slain at Barnet, 153.

-, Ralph, first Earl of Westmorland, 50n.

-, -, second Earl of Westmorland, reported slain at Towton, 72, 77, 78.

-, Richard, Earl of Salisbury, 32.

stays behind, 27; slain at Wakefield, 42, 48, 57.

-, Richard, Earl of Warwick and Salisbury, 26, 32, 45, 73, 81, 87, 96, 99, 113, 129, 157, 175, 176, 183.

advises Coppino to leave England, 21; Burgundy hopes for success, 22, 28.

crosses from Calais, takes Henry, 27; letters to Duke of Milan, 36, 43, 51; letter to pope, 44.

Camulio's commissions to, 37; sincere with Henry, 40; well disposed to Coppino's plan, 41.

people flock to, after Wakefield, 42; safe after Wakefield, 44.

amazed at pope's treatment of Coppino, 46; fears ruin if no help from Rome, 47.

marches from London against Lancastrians, 48, 52; flight from St. Albans, 49; reported prisoner, 51.

disappears after St. Albans, 52; conduct at St. Albans, 54; joins Edward, 54, 55, 61, 64.

London favours, 55, 59; reports choice of Edward as king, 56; made Edward king, 69.

writes to Dauphin Louis describing measures against Lancastrians, 57.

good temper and moderation, 59, 74; offended with Coppino, 60; prowess at Towton, 62.

reported wounded at Towton, 68; great popularity, 74.

Burgundy keeps in with, 74, 78; likely to quarrel with Edward, 76; army of, 77.

besieges Lancastrians, 78; Coppino congratulates, 80; re-reported defeat by queen, 82.

envoy at St. Omer, 83; ready to help against France, 88; prosperity, 89, 94.

fleet under, 93; letters of Milan to, 97, 110 116.

on Scottish border, 98; Edward does all to please, 100; goes to Yorkshire, 101.

arms ships at Sandwich, 106; commends Milan, 108; knight of Garter, 108n.

expected at Calais, 110; quarrel with Edward, 116, 121; wins over Clarence, 122.

Louis and John of Calabria discuss, 117; arranges understanding with France, 119; Louis deceived by, 121.

talk of treating with, to replace Henry, 120; not expected to do much, 122.

plan to counteract Woodvills, 131; restrains liberty of king, 132, 133.

goes north, hated in London, 133; fierce war with Edward, 134, 135; reported agreement, 135.

Louis does not trust thoroughly, 136; retires to Calais, 137; Louis receives, 135.

leaves reconciliation with Margaret to Louis, 139, 140; manner of reconciliation, 141.

in Normandy, 140; leaves for Normandy with Margaret, 142; Burgundian fleet against, 144.

has England in power, 142; in London, restores Henry, 143.

letter of Galeazzo Sforza to, 145, 149; to help remove reprisals, 146; Milan sends present to, 148, 152.

expected in France to help against Burgundy, 149; victory over Edward, 150, 151; busy collecting troops, 154.

defeat and death, 153; death advantage to Margaret, 154.

Margaret contradicts death, 155; reported alive and victorious, 158; people expect another to arise, 166.

quarrel over inheritance, 178.

-, See also Nettunen.

-, Richard, Lord Latimer, 406.

-, Thomas:

killed at Wakefield, 48, 57.

-, William, Lord Falconbridge, Fauconberge, Facomberge, 32.

-, -, lieutenant of Calais, letter to Duke of Milan, 47.

with Yorkists at Towton, 61, 64; prowess at Towton, 62.

-, -, Earl of Kent:

Coppino congratulates, 80; letter of Milan to, 97.

commends Milan, 108.

Newcastle on Tyne, Neumburg, co. Northumberland:
-, Lancastrians take refuge at, 68, 73, 78; execution at, 110n
-, proposed university at, 625.

Niccolini, Angelo, Archbishop of Pisa, Cardinal of Pisa, 590.

Nice, Niz [Alpes Maritimes, France], 56, 558, 559.

-, Governor of, 211, 224.

Nicea, Bishop of. See Bessarion.

Nicholas V, Pope, 4n.

Nicholas of Calabria, Marquis of Pont:
-, goes to visit Queen Margaret, 120; sees Mary of Burgundy, 168.

Nichols, Nicholas, John:
-, informs against Catholics, 606.

Nicola, Philip, secretary of Charles V, 442.

Nicolo, 108.

Nigris, Niccolo de, citizen of Genoa, 4.

Nino, Roderigo, imperial ambassador at Venice:
-, will not recognise Sforza, 535.

Nivelles in Brabant [Belgium]:
-, letter dated at, 58.

Nivernais, Nervense [Nievre, France]:
-, Burgundy takes castles in, 188.

Niz. See Nice.

Noion. See Noyon.

Norfolk, Duke of. See Howard, Thomas; Mowbray.

Norham, co. Northumberland:
-, castle, 406.
-, -, besieged, 326.

-, See Arduis.

Nori, Franceschino, 115.

Normandy, France, 93, 165, 211.
-, ships of, 177, 178.
-, discontented with French rule, 28, 192; French fleet returns to, 95.
-, fleet reinforced in, 98; Louis in, 109; Louis to give to Clarence, 112.
-, to provide men against English, 127; Concressault has command in, 134.
-, Clarence goes to, 139; Warwick goes to, 140, 142; reported English invasion, 149.
-, English prepare to invade, 157; expected English invasion, 162, 164, 175, 189, 191, 192, 253.
-, Edward demands, 163, 199, 219; offered to England, 166; Burgundy wants to reduce, 170.
-, Louis sees to defences, 175, 176, 180, 182, 185; part offered to England, 183; in great danger, 190.
-, ease of sending Scots to, 186; proposal to build galleys in, 189; reported invasion, 197.
-, plans for invasion, 199, 223; Edward gives up claims, 200.
-, Louis reported in, 201; French disliked in, 253; English land in, 279; Orleans sent to, 300.

-, constable of. See Blosset, Jean.

-, General of. See Bohier.

Norombellant. See Percy, Henry, Earl of Northumberland.

Northampton, Avorantona, co. Northampton, 48.
-, burial refused to Lancastrians slain at, 38; Robin of Redesdale advances to, 131.

Northumberland, county:
-, Edward going to, 106; musters against Scots, 305.

-, Earl of. See Neville, John; Percy.

Norway, 467.

-, King of, 3.

Norwich, Bishop of. See Jann.

Nottingham:
-, Lord Lovel with army at, 407.

Notre Dame de Celles [Deux Sevres, France]:
-, Louis' devotions at, 144.

Novara [Prov. Novara, Italy], 413.
-, siege of, 313; reception of English ambassadors at, 518.

-, Bishop of. See Archimboldo, Giovanni; Candia, Pietro de; Visconti, Bartolommeo.

Novato, —, 539.

Novi [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Venetians take, 314.

Novochiatello, M. de. See Neuchatel, Thibaut de.

Nowell, Alexander, Dean of St. Paul's, London, 603.

Noxeto, Antonio de:
-, letter of, 109.

Noyon, Noion [Oise, France], 200, 212.
-, English raid up to, 129.
-, despatches dated at, 149, 155, 180.

Nuncios. See Ambassadors.

Nurenberg [Bavaria, German Empire]:
-, letter dated at, 278.
-, Scottish monastery of St. Giles at, 598.

Nuroso, Bishop of. See Heberge, Jean, Bishop of Evreux.