Index: O, P

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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O

Obi, obini, obici. See Horses, hobby.

Observantines, General of the. See Quinones.

O'Flanagan, Nicholas, Bishop of Elphin:
-, letters to Coppino, 65, 67.

Ogha, la. See Hogue.

Ogilvy, James, Lord of Airlie, Earl of Airlie:
-, slain at Flodden, 406.

Oking. See Woking.

Oldano, Stefano, trumpeter of Milan, 441.

Oldoinis, Petrus de:
-, letter of, 196.

Oldovini, Battista of Brugnato:
-, letter of, 193.

Oliariis, Giovanni di, 2.

Olivier, Messer. See Le Roux.

Omans. See Le Mans.

Orange, Prince of. See Challon.

Orche, Duke of. See Warbeck, Perkin.

Oriole, Pierre d', chancellor of France, 201.

Orleans [Loiret, France]:
-, despatches dated at, 128, 133, 159, 242, 285.

-, Duke of. See Charles; Henry of France; Louis.

Orlebalay, M. de, (?) Northumberland, 78.

Ormanetto, Monsig., Nicolo, 588.
-, letter of, 592.

Ormonde, Earl of. See Butler, John.

Orsini, 315.

Orsino, Carlo:
-, letter of, 304.

Ortho, Madama di. See Neville, Cecily, Duchess of York.

Orton. See Ourton.

Ostia [Prov. Roma, Italy]:
-, despatch from, 423.

Ostrevant, Hostervant, Count of:
-, courtesy to Coppino, 53.

Otto, Dom. See Carreto, Otto di.

Oubenze. See Stuart, Bernard, Seigneur of Aubigny.

Ourton, Orton, Mons. de, Monsignor de Arbays, imperial ambassador to England, 586.

Owen, Louis, Audoenus Ludovicus, Archdeacon of Cambrai:
-, letter to Speciano, 595.
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 601.

-, -, Bishop of Cassano:

letters to Cardinal Borromeo, 609, 610.

Oxbeke. See Warbeck.

Oxford, co. Oxford, 66.
-, Henry VII at, 321; ambassadors lodged in colleges, 322; ambassadors entertained at, 323.
-, Campion taken near, 602.
-, University, 625, 654.

-, Earl of. See Vere.

P

Pace, Richard, secretary of Cardinal Bainbridge:
-, letters to, 404, 407.

Padua, Patavium [Prov. Padova, Italy], 414.
-, Peter, proctor of, 108; Viceroy of Naples abandons, 399.

Paenys, Doctor, 377.

Pagano, Antonello, 198.

-, Francisco, Milanese ambassador to England, 258, 262, 266, 271.

instructions, 251–3; despatch, 253; Henry commends, 254; report of, 256, 257; discusses English match, 261.

Page, —, 376.

Paget, Charles, 643.

Palaeologus, Theodorus II, Marquis of Monferrat, 1.

Palatine of the Rhine. See Frederick V; George, Bishop of Spires; Louis V; Philip, Ingenuus.

-, of Litzelstein and Waldentz. See George John.

Palavicino, Pallavicino, Paravicino, Antonio Merchio:
-, letter of, 295.

-, Cipriano, Archbishop of Genoa, 607.

-, Ottaviano, Cardinal, 610.

Paleotti, Paleotus, Mons., 592.

-, Cardinal Gabriel, 596.

Palye. See Chabannes, Jacques de, Lord of La Palice.

Pambronus. See Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke.

Pampluna, Bishop of. See Zapata.

Panastin, Mons. de, 394.

Panchiate, Philippo ad, courier, 347.

Panefort. See Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke.

Panigarola, Panicharola, Panicharolla, Johan Piero, Giovanni Pietro, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatches, 116–18, 120–6.

-, -, Milanese ambassador at the Burgundian Court:

despatches, 192, 195, 196, 198, 206, 208, 215, 218, 220, 221, 223, 224, 226, 227.

instructions to, 215.

Panizono, Panizone, Pannizane, Giovanni Guglielmo, 518, 524, 526, 546.

-, Giovanni Domenico, of Alessandria, gentleman in waiting on Henry VIII, 523.

Pantaleone, Franceschino, 109.

Papacoda, Troyano, ambassador of France to Milan, 303.

Papal nuncios. See Ambassadors.

Papia. See Pavia.

Paravicino. See Palivicino.

Paravisini, Agostino, Milanese ambassador with the Swiss:
-, despatches, 388, 412, 422, 423, 425, 426, 433.
-, letter to, 428.

Paris, Lutetia, France, 101, 102, 117, 283, 362, 369, 402, 405, 553, 566, 580, 591, 634.
-, despatches dated at, 105, 121, 122, 124, 126, 158, 159, 189–92, 229, 242, 244, 290, 509, 511, 513, 515, 533, 535, 538–40, 547, 555–7.
-, letters dated at, 595, 598, 651.
-, king going to, 109, 119, 384; lends money to Edward, 200; Henry to move on, 388.
-, king at, 389; tournament at, for coronation of queen, 532.
-, assignment for Henry's debt at, 533; Duke of Norfolk at, 559, 560.
-, Cardinal Pole going to, 585; Bishop of Ross at, 597, 601; English gentlemen at, 608.

-, Bishop of. See Bellay, Jean du.

-, Governor of. See Gaucourt. Notre Dame, 350.

Parliament of, Burgundy wants freedom from, 170.

-, Prevot of, 135n.

-, President of, French ambassador to England, 480.

University of, Wiltshire treats with about divorce, 519, 520; debate in upon divorce, 521.

Parliament, 38, 63, 132, 133n, 253, 647, 648.
-, Edward IV orders, 95; Edward goes to assemble, 98; held at London, 164, 166, 168–72.
-, midsummer session, 519; prorogued, 527; to meet at Candlemas (1531), 532.
-, assembles earlier, 534; pope fears action by, 535; likely to discuss divorce, 537.
-, sumptuary laws of, 539; adjournment, 540, 541; king's use of, 541; Queen Catherine cited before, 558; makes Elizabeth Princess of Wales, 572.
-, decision against attending Council, 579; arranged with northern rebels, 580, 581.

-, Scottish, 539.

Parma Prov. Parma, Italy, 1, 393, 472.
-, Bishop of St. David's at, 246; pope wishes restored, 399; English ambassadors at, 518; proposed dowry of Catherine de' Medici, 538.
-, abbey of, 430, 431.
-, letters dated at, 526.

-, Bishop of. See Sagramoro.

-, Prince of. See Famese, Ranuccio.

Parre, Sir John:
-, to raise troops for Burgundy, 179n.

Parsons, Persons, Father Robert, Jesuit, 642.
-, activity, 604; attack on Benedictines, 615–17, 630, 640; does not want other than Jesuits in England, 618; extracts from book on Conversion of England, 621–626.

Parro, Giovanni Francesco, canon of S. Maria della Scala:
-, letter of, 602.

Pasqua, Simone, Bishop of Sarzana, Cardinal, 589.

Passano, Joan Joachim de, Sieur de Vaux, Joachim, French ambassador in England, 435, 453, 457, 494, 506.
-, meddlesomeness, 446; plan to make Sforza cardinal, 449–51; Henry speaks to, 451; malignity, 452; Wolsey examines, 461, 462; false report about, 465; Wolsey sends for, to tell about Auditor's mission, 466; wants war on emperor, 468; speaks for Sforza, 475.
-, has Sforza's interests at heart, 480; Henry assures will uphold Sforza, 482.
-, Wolsey discusses pope's defection with, 500; encourages Henry's hopes from France, 520.
-, comes with Bishop of Bayonne, 524; building hermitage at Dover, 529.
-, Henry sends to France, 534, 535, 538; asks Francis to help divorce, 535; urges close union with England, 535, 538.
-, returns to England, 539, 541; less elate, 541; recalled, 548.

Passaro, Cape, Sicily, 589.

Paston, Sir John:
-, letter to son John, 190n.

Patavium. See Padua.

Paul II, Pope [Pietro Barbo], 169.
-, attitude on Anglo-Burgundian match, 123; agreement with Burgundy about alum, 171; made Ferry of Cluny cardinal 172.

Paul III, Pope (Alessandro Farnese), 579, 582.
-, Francis unwilling to turn against, 575; choice of cardinals, 577; fears result from Catherine's death, 578.

Paul V (Camillo Borghese), Pope, 637.
-, deals with dispute between enedictines and Jesuits, 612–15, 626, 630, 645.

Paulet, William, Lord St. John, 626.

Pavia, Papia, Prov. Pavia, Italy, 1, 429, 553.
-, despatches dated from, 188, 197, 226, 250, 256, 259, 310, 356.
-, letters dated at, 424, 521–3.
-, proposal to put in hands of English ambassadors, 489.
-, College of, 594, 610.

-, Count of. See Sforza, Francesco.

Pavia, Simon de:
-, letter to, 200.

Pazzi conspiracy, 231.

Pazzi, Cosimo di, Bishop of Arezzo, Florentine ambassador in France, 362.

Pecquiny. See Picquigny.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert; Tudor, Jasper.

Penech, Peter, Lepenech, Lepenes, doctor, councillor and royal, secretary, 353, 358, 360, 365.
-, letters to Sforza, 316, 348, 349, 351; honours Raimondo, 342; letter of Sforza to, 344.
-, leaves for Rome, 368; Sforza promises favour, 374; Sforza writes to brother for, 375, 376.

-, -, English ambassador to Rome, 377, 378, 381.

calls at Milan, 380.

Percy, Persi, Henry, second Earl of Northumberland:
-, killed at St. Albans, 16.

-, Henry, third Earl of Northumberland:

killed at Towton, 62, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78.

-, Henry, fourth Earl of Northumberland, Norombellant, Montebellant.

enmity to Warwick, 154; accompanies Edward to France, 195, 220.

-, Henry, sixth Earl of Northumberland:

arrests Wolsey, 528.

-, Sir Ralph:

killed at Towton, 66, 72.

-, Sir Thomas, brother of the Earl of Northumberland:

executed, 586.

-, William, 627.

-, See also Orlebalay.

Peretti, Andrea, Cardinal Montalto, 650.
-, protector of Benedictines, 646.

Perez, Augustin, Spanish secretary in England:
-, encourages Roberts, 647, 648.

Perkin. See Warbeck.

Péronne [Somme, France], 200, 204, 206.
-, conference between France and Burgundy at, 153; Charles the Bold at, 206; French forces at, 418.

Perosa, Cardinal of. See Lopez, Juan, Bishop of Perugia.

Perpignan [Pyrénées Orientales, France], 255.
-, English may go to relief, 185; Britanny remonstrates about, 188; Ferdinand takes army to, 307.

Persons. See Parsons.

Perugia [Prov. Perugia, Italy], 614, 651.

-, Bishop of. See Lopez.

Perseus, Joseph, priest, 621.

Pervivally, Richard, 621.

Pesaro, Bishop of. See Symoneta, Jacopo.

Peter, Master, proctor of Padua, 108.

Peter II, Duke of Bourbon, 112.

Peter, John, 602.

Petito, Francesco, chamberlain of Henry VII:
-, going to France, 335.

Petrarca, Francisco, 14.

Petrasancta. See Pietrasancto.

Petre, D., the elder, 602.

Petro, 100.

-, Don. See Ayala.

Petro a Baylito (sic), Duke of, 19.

Petrosancta. See Pietrasancto.

Petrucio, Messer Reynaldo, Sienese doctor:
-, opinion upon divorce, 534.

Pfalzburg[Lorraine, German Empire], 598.

Philibert, Duke of Savoy:
-, marriage, 186n.

Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy, 37, 68, 95, 104, 105, 115, 196.
-, suspect to France, 17; curt answer of France to, 18; pope agrees to keeping friendly with, 22; delighted at Warwick's success, 28.
-, proposed marriage alliance with Yorkists, 30.
-, Camulio will not tell of league with dauphin, 56; angry with Croi, 57.
-, honours Edward's brothers, 67, 73, 74; council at St. Omer, 70, 83, 89.
-, attaches importance to England, 74; Milan should cultivate, 75, 78, 84.
-, King of France suspects, 76; neglects affairs, 89, 98; remonstrates with Scottish queen for friendship with Lancastrians, 90.
-, will make treaty with Edward, 91; relations with France, 94, 99; uncertain what to do about England, 99.
-, Count Ludovico Dallugo going to, 101, 102; tries to make truce between England and France, 109.
-, pope's letters incense, 110; articles proposed to Edward, 112, 113.
-, Scotland helps, 117; compact of England and France against, 119.

-, sister of. See Maria.

Philip of Savoy:
-, to help against Burgundy, 119.

-, sine Terra, Duke of Savoy:

proposes armistice, 314.

Philip, son of Maximilian, King of the Romans:
-, pope sends cap and sword to, 253.

Philip, Margrave of Baden:
-, seizes Milanese goods as reprisals, 266, 268; Milan asks Henry to approach, 267.
-, Henry writes to, 273, 277.

Philip Ingenuus, Count Palatine of the Rhine, 265.
-, seizes Milanese goods, as reprisals, 264, 266, 269–71; Milan asks Henry to approach, 267; letter of Henry to, 271, 272.
-, instructions of Claris sent to, 267, 268; letters of Henry to, 270, 272, 273, 277; does not revoke reprisals, 277.

Philip of Cleves, Monr. Philip:
-, defends Sluys, 290.

Philip, Archduke of Austria, son of Maximilian, the Archduke, 317, 318.
-, treaty of France with, 351; Raimondo wants protection, 354, 365; Lepence takes letters to, 365.

Philip Magnanimus, Landgrave of Hesse, 571.
-, Francis subsidises against emperor, 575.

Philip II, King of Spain and England, the Catholic king, 588, 609, 656.
-, gives money to Bishop of Cork, 594; founds English seminary at St. Omer, 655.

Philip III, King of Spain, 627, 659.
-, enquiry about English seminarists, 616, 617, 619, 640.
-, orders Benedictines to postpone mission to England, 642; letter of Bishop of St. Omer to, 656.
-, gives money to Creswell, 659.

Philippa, Queen of Portugal, 221n.

Philippo. See Filippo.

Phox. See Fox.

Phywater, Phyuater. See Ratcliffe, John, Lord Fitz Walter.

Piacenza, Placentia [Prov. Piacenza, Italy], 332, 393, 570.
-, letter dated at, 160.
-, pope wishes restored, 399; English ambassadors at, 518; proposed dowry of Catherine de Medici, 538; Bishop of Alessandria takes house at, 565.

Picardy, France, 169, 197, 211, 283, 335, 340, 573.
-, Louis expected in, 110; designs of Louis on, 118; difficult to get from. Burgundy, 153; Charles the Bold to visit, 167; English invade, 181.
-, Burgundians invade, 198; English scour, 201, 204; Louis going to, 243.
-, troops of, serving Burgundy, riot, 227; peace of, 369; Henry VIII wants, 433; Henry VIII will make war in, 443.

-, Governor of, 249.

Picolpasso, Pigolpassus, Francisco, Archbishop of Milan, 8, 9.
-, introduces Decembrio to Gloucester, 4–6.

Picquigny, Pecquiny [Somme, France]:
-, conference at, 212, 215.

Pierbenedetti, Mariano, Cardinal of Camerino, 612, 632, 649.
-, death, 650.

Piero, Count. See Navarra.

Pietrasancto, Petrosancta, Petrasancta, Francesco, Milanese ambassador in Savoy:
-, despatches, 222, 223, 228, 229.

Pigolpassus. See Picolpasso.

Pilgrimage of Grace, 580–6.

Pio, Alberto, Prince of Carpi, imperial ambassador at Rome, 422.
-, instructions of nuncio communicated to, 420.

-, Rudolfo, de Carpi, Bishop of Faenza:

to be made cardinal 577.

Pipin, King, 279.

Pirraveo. See Puyraveau.

Pisa [Prov. Pisa, Italy]:
-, proposed sale mart for English wool in Italy, 253; Florentines cease attacking, 314; Venice unwilling to restore, 344, 357, 359; reluctant to obey, 373; council called to, 381n.

-, Archbishop of. See Niccolini.

Pisarro, Lorenzo da, Milanese ambassador in France:
-, instructions, 105.

Pisauro, Lorenzo de, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatch, 123.

Pistachio, Vicenzo, Bishop of Conversano:
-, sent to Urbino, 297.

Piu Martini, Jacopo di, 169.

Pius II, Pope (Aeneas Sylvius), 31, 32, 70, 82, 97, 102.
-, congress at Mantua, 20; approves of keeping friendly with dauphin, Burgundy and England, 22, 23.
-, desires welfare of England, 24; Coppino wants consent to plan, 28.
-, Coppino desires good offices of Milan with, 29; Coppino wants red hat from, 30.
-, Coppino wants powers from, to operate secretly, 30; Milan will be ruled by, 33.
-, letter of Henry VI to, 35; warned not to trust Lax, 35; de la Torre sent back to, 36, 43.
-, Lancastrians accused of resisting, 38; instructions and powers to Coppino, 39.
-, said to have recalled Coppino, 42; letter of Warwick to, 44; de la Torre appeals to, 45.
-, neglect of Coppino, 46; Milan sure will do part, 52; offers to Milan, 71.
-, English would not help crusade, 62; Salisbury makes excuses to, 65; Charolais sends to, 75.
-, Lancastrians contemn, 80; English affairs give opportunity, 81; pleased by English news, 86.
-, not prepared to make cardinals, 87; help wanted from, to help Milan in England, 88.
-, Milan commends Coppino to, 89; letter of Coppino to, 90–2; pleased with Louis, 103.
-, sends Arras as legate, 104; wants to make agreement between Louis and Edward, 105.
-, strictures on Coppino, 105; writes to Edward for Lax, 107; going to Viterbo, 108.
-, letters make Burgundy angry, 110; encommunicated Sigismund, 117.
-, appoints abbot of Red on, 111n.

Pius IV, Pope (Giovan Angelo Medici), 590.
-, Bishop of Dunblane sent to, 589; ill, 591.

Pius V, Pope (Michele Ghislieri):
-, employs Bishop of Dunblane, 591, 592.

Pizenardo, 566.

Placentia. See Piacenza.

Plague:
-, in London, 113, 649.

Plantagenet, Arthur, 382n.

Plato's Republic:
-, Decembrio's translation of, 4n. 5, 8–14.

Platus, Hieronimus, 645.

Plinius, 11.

Plummer, Sir Thomas:
-, arrested for conspiracy, 128n.

Po, River, 160.

Pogianum, 600.

Point. See Poyntz.

Poisieu, Guy de, Archbishop of Vienne:
-, mission to England, 230.

Poissy [Seine et Oise, France]:
-, despatches dated at, 471, 478, 480, 492, 493, 503, 535–7.

Poitiers [Vienne, France]:
-, letter dated at, 15.

Poitou, France, 144, 200.
-, Louis offers to Edward, 170.

Pokeryng, M., 376.

Poland:

-, King of, 442.

-, -, mission to, for peace, 517n.

-, -, See Casimir III.

Pole, Edmund de la, Earl of Suffolk, Duke of Suffolk:
-, meets ambassadors, 322; entertains French ambassador, 373.

-, John de la, second Duke of Suffolk, Purbeforth, Sorlafont:

goes with Warwick to St. Albans, 48; accompanies Edward to France, 194, 220.

-, Cardinal Reginald, Cardinal of England:

going as legate to England, 584; Henry incensed with, 585; Puteo served, 594.

-, William de la, first Duke of Suffolk:

goes to meet Queen Margaret, 18, 19.

Polentio, Antonio, Count of, 2.

Pomerania, Pomarea:
-, embassy from, to England, 573.

Pomponius, Melas:
-, works wanted by Gloucester, 11.

Pondus. See Pound.

Pont, Marquis of. See Nicholas of Calabria.

Pontefract, co. York, 43, 72.

Pont a Mousson [Meurthe et Moselle, France]. 600.

Pontoise [Seine it Oise, France], 349.

Pontremulo, Count Pietro Francesco, 526.

Pope, 3, 7, 622, 625, 633, 636, 641, 644, 645.
-, mission to, for peace, 517; English charge against, 605; differences in England about power of, 613.

-, See Adrian VI; Alexander VI: Clement VII; Clement VIII; Gregory I; Gregory XIII; Innocent VIII; Julius II; Leo X; Nicholas V; Paul II; Paul III; Paul V; Pius II; Pius IV; Pius V; Sixtus IV; Sixtus V.

Portinari, Portanari, Portenaro, Fulco, 352, 354.

-, Pigello, 31.

letter to, 68.

-, Tomaso, 113, 126, 172.

letters of, 110, 197.

Portofino [Prov. Genova, Italy], 104.

Porto Pisano, 256.

Portt, Thomaso:
-, letter of, 122.

Portugal, and Portuguese, King of, 3, 442.
-, mission to, for peace, 517n.

-, -, See Alfonso V; Emanuel; John I; John II.

Queen of. See Philippa.

peace with England, 122.

ambassadors in England, 169.

maritime enterprise, 336.

Possevin, Antony, 645.

Pound, Pondus, —, Catholic, 605.

Poyntz, Poyns, Point, Sir Francis, English ambassador to the emperor, 509, 510, 512–4.

Pozzuoli, Puzzuolo [Prov. Napoli, Italy]:
-, despatch dated at, 23.

Practise of Prelates, 532, 534.

Praemunire:
-, clergy guilty of crime of, 527; clergy pay tax for, 537.

Pragmatic sanction:
-, revocation, 103; Louis threatens to abolish, 192.

Prat, Antoine du, Chancellor of France, Cardinal of Sens, papal legate in France, 554, 555.

Prégent de Bidoulx, Pre Jane, 440.
-, at St. Malo, 383.

Presidens, Giovanni Filippo:
-, letter of, 158.

Priests:
-, implicated in Oxford's plot, 107.

Privateers, French, in English waters, 579.

Prospero, Dom: 426.

-, Messer. See Camulio.

Protonotary, apostolic. See Casale, Giovanni Battista; Gambara, Uberto di; Mari, Lorenzo di; Mole; Speciano.

Provence, France, 56, 205, 440.

Ptolomeus:
-, works wanted by Gloucester, 11.

Puebla, Roderic Gonsalvo de, Spanish ambassador in England, 333.
-, friendly to Raymundo, 324; letter of Henry to, 329; at reception, 332; tells Henry ambassadors not satisfied with his statement, 338, 389; a great favourite of Henry, 339, 340.

Punorrosto. Count of, 657.

Purbeforth. See Pole, John de la.

Pusterla, Petro de, Milanese ambassador to France:
-, instructions, 105.

Puteo, Sebastiano, 594.

Puyraveau, Pirraveo in Poitou [Deux Sevres, France]:
-, letter dated at, 132.

Puzzuolo. See Pozzuoli.