Index: S

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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Sackville, Thomas, first Earl of Dorset, Lord High Treasurer, 653.

-, Thomas son of:

recommended to Cardinal Borromeo, 653, 659.

Sadocho, Master:
-, courageous defence of Queen Catherine, 558.

Sadoleto, Jacopo, Cardinal, 594.

Sagramoro, Bishop of Parma:
-, letters of, 228.

St. Adrian, Henry, abbot of, 617, 626.

-, -, letters of, 629, 630.

St. Albans, co. Herts, 50, 51.
-, first battle, 16, 17.
-, second battle, 48, 54, 63.
-, Arnolfini's account, 49; Gigli's account, 52; Camulio's account, 54, 55; Bishop of Exeter's account, 61.

St. Andrews, Archbishop of. See Beaton; Stuart, James.

St. Antonio. See Santander.

St. Asaph, Bishop of. See Goldwell; Standish.

St. Cri sur Somme [Somme, France]:
-, Charles the Bold at, 206n.

St. Davids, Bishop of. See Langton, Thomas.
-, Chancellor of. See Caunton, Richard.

St. Denis, Paris, France:
-, fair of le Lendit near, 140.

St. John, lord. See Paulet, William.

St. John, Father Austin of. See White.

St. John of Jerusalem. See Hospitallers.

St. Leger, Sir Thomas, 220n.

St. Malo [Ille et Vilaine, France]:
-, Pregent with galleys at, 383.

St. Maria in Porticu, Cardinal of. See Zeno.

St. Mark, Cardinal of. See Foscari, Pietro.

St. Michael. See Mont St. Michel.

St. Michael's Mount, Mount St. Michael, co. Cornwall:
-, Oxford seizes, 177–9; Warbeck lands at, 327.

St. Michel sur Loire, St. Michael near Tours [Maine et Loire, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 160.

St. Omer [Pas de Calais, France], 95, 97, 388, 660.
-, Burgundian court at, 70, 83; ambassadors meet at, 109n; Charles the Bold at, 197, 199; Louis going to, 229; Henry VII takes, 248.
-, letters from, 71, 83, 86, 88, 89, 92, 93, 655, 657, 659.
-, treaty of, 214n.
-, English seminary at, 654, 655.

-, Bishop of. See Blaze, James.

Saintonge, Seneschal of. See Monypeny, William.

St. Pierre, Sieur de. See Blosset.

St. Pol [Pas de Calais, France], 392.

-, Count of. See Luxemburg, Louis de.

St. Quentin [Aisne, France], 197, 201.
-, Burgundian camp near, 165; constable promised to Burgundy, 206.
-, French gather at, 396, 412; dauphin at, 401.

St. Thomas. See Thomas, St., of Canterbury.

St. Valery [Somme, France]:
-, French recover, 165.

St. Venant, St. Venan [Nord, France], 392.

Salamanca [Prov. Leon, Spain]:
-, Benedictine college of, 642.

Salamanca, ambassador of the King of Bohemia in England:
-, entry and audience, 495, 496.

Salerno [Prov. Salerno, Italy]:
-, capture of, 332, 333.

-, Archbishop of. See Fregoso, Federigo di.

Salisbury, Earl of ?, 195, 220.

-, -, See Neville, Richard.

-, Bishop of. See Beauchamp, Richard.

Sallibrich. See Talbot, George, Earl of Shrewsbury.

Salm, Provost of. See Naturelli.

Salsareb?, 212.

Salunnio, Antonio, 374.

Salvatico, Antonio, 380.
-, advises Raimondo to go, 367; always in London, 368.

-, Selvatico, Francisco, Milanese envoy to England, 152.

credentials, 145, 146, 149; instructions, 146–8, 159, 160; in France, 149; release asked, 151.

Burgundy releases, 155; perplexed, 158.

despatch, 158.

Salviati, Antonio Maria, ex Bishop of St. Papoul, papal nuncio in France:
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 595.

-, Jacopo:

sent to Ferramosca, 490.

Salzburg [Prov. Salzburg, Austria]:
-, news from, 580.

San Constantino, 318.

Sancto Johanne, Augustine de. See Bradislaus.

Sancto Martino, Sancto Michaele, John de, a merchant, 248.

Sancto Polo, Jacopo de. See Luxemburg, Jacques de.

Sancto Severino, Robert de, Aragona de, 229.

Sanderson, Dr., 606.

Sandoval y Roxas, Bernard, Archbishop of Toledo, Cardinal of Toledo, 616.

San Duger. See Sandwich.

Sandwich, San Duger, co. Kent, 16, 132, 220.
-, Yorkists take, 27; rejoicings at, over Yorkist successes, 77.
-, letters dated at, 46, 51.
-, Edward goes to, 102; Warwick arms ships at, 106.

Sanfrodus, Matthew, 621.

San Giorgio, Cardinal of. See Riario.

Sanza, Giovanni, Battista, secretary of Clement VII, 446.
-, ill pleased with France and England, 449.

Sangutaro, 181.

San Lucito, Marquis of. See Carrafa.

San Martino, brother Leander of. See Lones.

San Pero, M. de. See Blosset, Jean, Sieur de St. Pierre.

San Pietro ad Vincula, Cardinal of. See Rovere, Giuliano della.

San Prassede, Cardinal of. See Borromeo, Carlo.

San Severino, Mons., 354.

-, Robert de Aragona de, 229.

San Sisto, Cardinal of. See Buoncompagni; Sforza, Ascanio.

Sant, John, abbot of Abingdon, English ambassador at Rome, 237.
-, took Garter to Milan, 250.

Santander, St. Antonio, Biscay, Spain:
-, kinsman of Edward IV on pilgrimage to, 228.

San Vitale, Cardinal of. See Ruvere.

Saona, 327.

Sarno [Spain], 174.

Sarzana [Prov. Genova, Italy], 294.
-, church, 590.
-, letter dated at, 608.

-, Bishop of. See Pasqua.

Sates. See Yates.

Sauli, Domenico, Milanese ambassador at Venice, 463.
-, despatches, 456, 460.

Saulieu, Edmund de, abbot of Clairvaux, 421.

Saulx, Sault [Seine et Oise, France]:
-, despatch dated at, 178.

Savage, Thomas, Bishop of London:
-, meets ambassadors, 322; Milan advised to write to, 349, 351.

Savellanum, Trajan, 303.

Savona[Prov. Genova, Italy], 104, 313, 314.

Savorini, 123.

Savoy, 297, 372, 573.

-, Duke of, 3, 442.

-, -, See Amadeus; Charles III; Charles Emanuel; Louis; Philibert; Philip sine Terra.

embassy to France, 165, 171.

Burgundy proposes war on, 223; French expelled princes of, 284.

Council of, 249.

news from, 374.

-, Duchess of. See Jolande; Sforza, Bianca.

-, Philip of, Lord of Bresse, 163.

Saxony:
-, Duke of. See Albert Animosus; John Frederick I.

Sayr, Gregory, 630.

Sbarra, —, 590.

Scales, Thomas, Lord:
-, holds London for Henry, 27n.

Scarampis, Dr. Scarampo de, of Asti:
-, letter to, 229.

Scarpinello, Augustino, Milanese ambassador in England, 413, 464, 521–3.
-, despatches to duke, 444, 446–9, 453, 458, 461, 467, 469, 471, 473, 474, 478, 480, 482, 493, 496, 499, 501, 503, 506, 509, 512, 513, 518, 520, 524, 526–8, 531, 534, 537, 541, 542, 644–6.
-, letter to Landriano, 466; communications with Corte, 505.
-, letter to Bannisio, 450, 457, 459; communications with Taberna, 511.
-, communications with Bilia, 465; communications with Gilino, 539, 547.
-, letters and instructions to, 484, 490, 492, 523, 544.
-, difficulties, 445, 472, 502, 520, 527, 528, 530, 533, 542, 544; Henry addresses, 453; no credentials, 458, 462, 463, 471.
-, interviews Wolsey, 482; presents Sforza's letters to Henry and Wolsey, 497; Henry sends for, 512; Henry VIII commends, 550; looks younger, 553.

Schalex. See Woodvill, Anthony, Lord Scales.

Schaumberg, Martin von, Bishop of Eichstadt:
-, Leslie visits, 598.

Schelde, River, 461.

Scherwode, Christopher, 376.

Schibi. See Skiby.

Schinner, Matthias, Cardinal of Sion, 426.

Schomberg, Nicholas, Archbishop of Capua:
-, to be made cardinal, 576; made cardinal, 577.

Scocet, Thomas, priest, 621.

Scotland, 68, 73, 92, 102, 281, 579, 597.
-, Lancastrians take refuge in, 69, 90, 93, 98; border disturbed, 95n; helping Pembroke, 160.
-, ambassadors of, to Burgundy, 164; Burgundian embassy to, 171.
-, ambassador of, arrested at Calais, 165, 168.
-, ambassadors to France, 174, 175, 180; naval captain of, 440.
-, ambassador in England, 332, 335.
-, merchants from, 419.
-, Edward urges marriage alliance on, 174; Edward goes to frontier, 176; Charles VIII enquires about, 279; Charles Wants to use to make trouble with England, 280.
-, news from, 180, 184.
-, animals from, for Spain, 295; Warbeck received in, 299; Henry not afraid of, 301; Henry moves against, 305; aid for war of, 316; invasion of, 317, 327.
-, footing of White Rose in, 319; proposed Spanish alliance, 324; Warbeck leaves, 325.
-, Henry makes peace with, 332, 335, 339, 343; Henry suffers in war with, 334; French intrigues in, 340.
-, Milan relations with, 343, 347; war with, only thing Henry VII to fear, 353; Denmark more formidable to England than, 358, 360; poverty of, 364; embassy with offers to Louis XII to attack England, 427.
-, included in peace, 437; disturbances in, 440, 448; Wolsey meditated escape to, 529, 531.
-, Lutherans swarm in, 539; English raid, 556; peace negotiations with, 557.
-, Leslie's history of, 596; Leslie | accused of designing trouble in, 599.
-, secular priests in, 634.
-, bastard of. See James, Earl of Murray.
-, chamberlain of. See Home, Alexander, Lord.

-, King of:

mission to, for peace, 577n.

-, -, See James II; James III; James IV; James V.

-, Queen of. See Margaret Tudor; Mary.

-, Queen Mother of. See Mary of Guelders.

Scots, 3.
-, preparing to invade England, 90; to restore Henry, 98, 107; Edward means to settle with, 106.
-, agreed with Edward, 111; troops to invade France, 179; easy to send to France, 186.
-, attack English, 244; benefits conferred on France, 279; Henry VII defeats, 323.
-, meditate attack on England, | 325; always willing for war with England, 339.
-, attack on England failing, 393; prowess of queen against, 396; defeat at Flodden, 397, 400, 401, 404, 406–8.
-, Henry to finish war with, 403; make James V king, 416.
-, monasteries of, in Germany, 598.

Scott, M., 376.

-, John, the fasting man, at Rome, 552.

Scotto, 602.

Scrope, Scrup, Henry, Lord, of Bolton, 406.

-, John, Lord, of Bolton, 137.

reported slain at Towton, 68, 73, 77; made knight of Garter, 108n.

Sebastiano, 437.

Sebenico, Bishop of. See Tollenti.

Secretaries. See Ambassadors.

Selvatico. See Salvatico.

Senlis [Oise, France], 210.
-, despatches dated at, 125, 126, 178–80, 201, 291, 571.

Sens, Cardinal of. See Prat.

Serécourt, Sericurt [Vosges, France], despatch from, 211.

Sestre, Duke of. See Holland, Henry, Duke of Exeter.

Seton, Setun, George, 5th Lord: to fetch nuncio, 591.

Sexto, Chicceto da, 172.

-, Martino da, 172.

Seyssel, Claude de, Bishop of Marseilles, French ambassador at Rome, 399.

Sfondrato, Battista, Dom Battista, Milanese ambassador at Venice:
-, despatches, 298, 310.
-, instructions to, 300, 304, 309, 311, 326.

-, Francesco, Cardinal, 594.

-, Nicolo, Bishop of Cremona, 594.

Sforza, Anna, daughter of Galeazzo Maria, 186n.

-, Ascanio Maria, Cardinal of S. Sisto, Dom Syxti, Vice-Chancellor, 162, 288, 289, 300, 355, 356, 430, 435.

despatches of, 247, 298, 326, 335, 342, 345, 350, 351.

receives Henry into league, 308; recommends Gigli for red hat, 348; Lepenec wants to be under protection, 368; Ludovico recommends Lepenec to, 375; endowment of S. Ambrose, Milan, 421, 429.

-, Bianca Maria, Duchess of Milan:

despatches sent to, 117, 118, 120–2.

endowment of Clairvaux, 421.

-, -, Queen of the Romans, 316, 323.

-, Bianca Maria, Duchess of Savoy, Madame, 186n, 188.

letters to, 175, 198, 199, 214.

opinion about peace, 211; riot of troops at Court, 224.

-, -, daughter of Galeazzo Maria, 186n; proposed Scotch match for, 281, 282.

-, Elizabeth, Isabetta, daughter of Francesco:

James III wishes to marry, 122.

-, Bona, Duchess of Milan, Madame of Milan, 241.

despatches to, 230, 232, 235, 238, 243, 244.

peace with Turk, 233; Touscen to consult, 234, 235; wants marriage alliance with England, 235, 236.

-, Bona, Madonna Bona: Bishop of Glasgow sees, 282, 283.

-, Francesco I, Duke of Milan:

despatches sent to, 15–18, 20–2, 28, 31, 32, 36, 41, 42, 44–6, 54, 56, 58, 60, 67, 69, 73, 81–3, 86, 87, 89, 92, 93, 95, 98—101, 104, 105, 108, 109, 113, 114, 116.

letter to Henry VI for Genoese, 19; letters to Edward IV, 96, 110, 114, 116.

letters to ambassadors, 22, 31, 33, 37, 73.

letter of James II to, 23.

letters of Coppino to, 33, 51, 89, 97, 102.

letter of Yorkist lords to, 36; letter of Warwick to, 43; letter of Faucomberge to, 47.

letters to Warwick, 97, 116.

pope wants at Mantua, 20; Yorkist lords warmed by cordiality, 37; Coppino urges to seize opportunity of Yorkist success, 69–71, 81, 82, 85, 86, 93, 96.

advised to cultivate Burgundy, 75, 78, 84; France complains of, 88; Edward loves, 102.

should hesitate about England, 99; ill, 103.

-, Francesco, Count of Pavia: proposed marriage, 219.

-, Francesco, son of Ludovico: letters to brother Massimiliano, 420, 422, 423.

-, Francesco II, Duke of Milan, 494.

despatches to, 443, 446–9, 453, 456, 458–61, 463–5, 467, 469–74, 476, 478, 480–2, 486, 487, 489, 490, 492, 493, 496, 499, 501–6, 509–16, 518–21, 524, 528, 530, 531, 533–42, 544–68, 570, 571, 573–8.

letters and instructions, 463, 484–6, 490, 292, 517, 518, 522, 523, 544.

report of Laugie to, 442; should send to France, 444, 467, 468, 470; compelled to abandon Milan, 444, 445.

urged to write to Henry and Wolsey, 445, 458, 483, 493, 513; Wolsey unfriendly to, 449, 451, 466, 469, 482; Henry friendly to, 457, 455.

suggestion to make cardinal, 450, 470; neglects Scarpinello, 452, 473, 475, 478; expresses confidence in Scarpinello, 457.

must will good will of France, 460; Wolsey's plan for, 462; should appeal to emperor, 465.

reported in treaty with emperor, 471; must keep on good terms with pope and England, 477.

Wolsey expresses good will to, 479; French and Venetian ambassadors in England stand by, 480.

need to show fortitude, 481; indebtedness to Venice, 483, 510; need to conciliate Wolsey, 484, 508.

Henry and Wolsey want to have Milan, 487, 495–7, 502, 504, 505, 507, 514; means to conciliate Henry and Wolsey, 499.

not mentioned in treaty, 504; enemies likely to turn forces against, 506, 514; should try to be included in new league, 508.

letters to Henry VIII, 521; wants loan from Henry, 522, 523, 526; pope complains to, 565.

reception at Venice, 532, 535; urged to conciliate Anne Boleyn, 534; Milan and Como restored to, 541.

-, Galeazzo Maria, Count Galeazo, 102.

Charolais sending present to, 75.

-, -, Duke of Milan:

despatches sent to, 117, 118, 120–36, 138–44, 149, 150, 153, 155–60, 163, 164, 170–82, 184, 186–92, 195, 196, 198, 199, 201, 206, 208, 211, 212, 214, 215, 218, 220–9.

instructions given by, 146, 147, 151, 159, 161, 188, 229.

friendship of Louis for, 119; birth of son, 138; letter to Warwick, 145; letter to Henry VI, 145, 146; letter to Queen Margaret, 149; letter to Edward IV, 161; letter of Armagh to, 162.

wants English horses and dogs, 147, 148, 155, 158, 226, 229; letter to Charles the Bold, 151.

petition of Milanese merchants to, 147; wants English musicians, 161; Scottish marriage proposed to, 186, 188; Charles the Bold asks, for help, 205, 209; proposed alliance with England, 219; letter of Edward IV to, 217; letter to Edward, 229.

-, Galeazzo, Milanese ambassador to the Swiss:

despatches, 435, 436.

-, Gian Galeazzo Maria, Duke of Milan, 241, 288.

despatches to, 230, 235, 237, 238, 242–8, 253, 255, 260, 265, 277–80, 282, 283, 285, 289, 291.

instructions of, 251, 252, 256,! 258, 264, 277, 278.

English match for, 235, 236, 251, 252, 256; treasure of, 236; letters of Edward IV and Richard III to, 246.

letter to Richard III, 247; claim upon for dowry of Lucia Visconti, 247–50, 252, 369.

letters of Henry VII to, 250, 254, 262, 271; letters to Henry VII, 251, 257, 265, 266.

treaty with Henry VII, 259, 263; letter to Count Palatine, 277.

-, Ludovico Maria, 195.

-, -, Duke of Bari, 288, 289.

letters to, 264, 279, 282, 283, 285, 289, 291; letters of, 282, 287, 291.

Henry VII asks to join league against French, 283, 284; letters to Henry VII, 286.

declines to join league against France, 287.

-, -, Duke of Milan, 307, 318.

despatches to, 292, 295–8, 301–4, 309, 310, 316, 318, 319–21, 323, 326, 327, 329, 332, 333, 335, 336, 338, 342, 345–7, 350–4, 357, 358, 363–72, 374, 375, 379, 380.

letters and instructions, 293, 297, 300, 303, 303, 304, 308, 309, 311, 326, 329, 341, 343–7, 349–51, 355–7, 373–5, 377.

letters to Henry VII, 293, 302–4, 310, 344, 378, 380.

letters of Henry VII. to, 294, 297, 301, 309–11, 363.

conference with Henry, 306; league against France, 334; pope to consult, 336; letters of Penech to, 348, 360.

letter to Maximilian, 350; letters of James IV to, 354; letter of Archbishop of St. Andrews to, 355; letter of Forman to, 356; letter of Ayala to, 366; letter to Tabia, 378.

-, Massimiliano:

proposed English match for, 346.

-, -, Duke of Milan, 383.

despatches to, 381, 382, 386–90, 392–4, 395, 398; 401, 408, 410, 412, 414, 416, 419, 420, 422, 423, 426–9, 431–8, 440.

letters and instructions, 416, 428, 432, 435, 438.

emperor will act for, 385, 401; neglects to write to Henry, 387; defeats French, 389; pope favours, 393.

Lodi appeals to English for, 395; letters of Henry VIII to, 397, 409; appeal to Duchess Margaret, 398, 399.

English consider should do something, 400; taxed with ingratitude, 409; not ungrateful, 410, 411, 416.

needs Genoa for security, 411; to urge Swiss not to serve against England, 412; letter to Henry VIII, 413.

to be included in league, 416, 420, 429; in great need through Swiss, 418; letters to Cardinal Bainbridge, 421, 424, 430.

pope approves action about monks of Clairvaux and St. Ambrose, 422; to be included in truce, 423.

Henry will include in settlement with France, 427; objects to aspersions of Bainbridge, 429.

pope advises to keep Swiss in good humour, 431; not interdicted by pope, 433.

Henry VIII favours, 436; and tries to have included in peace, 437, 439.

-, of Florence. See Bettini.

Sharp, Henry, English ambassador to Burgundy, 109n.

Sheen, co. Surrey.

-, Palace:

letters dated at, 284, 295, 297.

Henry goes to, 341, 348.

Sherbourn, Robert, English ambassador to Rome, Messer Roberto, Archdeacon of Buckingham, 300.
-, Henry asks Milan for safe conduct, 294, 295; speaks of Henry entering league, 298, 299; at Lodi, 303; reaches Milan, 304; Henry waiting to hear from, 306; announces Henry's entry into league, 308.

Sherwood, William, Bishop of Meath, 66, 67.

Ships:
-, one on which Beckot crossed to England, 184.

-, names of:

Cattanea, 440.

Lomelina, 440.

Tiepola, 332.

Shirwode, John, Archdeacon of Richmond, English ambassador to Rome, 237n.

-, -, Bishop of Durham, English ambassador to Rome:

at Milan, 289; gives obedience to pope, 291.

Shrewsbury, Earl of. See Talbot.

Sicily, 3, 650.
-, to be comprised in truce, 498.

-, King of. See Louis III of Anjou; Réné.

Siena [Prov. Siena, Italy]:
-, despatches dated from, 22, 33.
-, ambassador of, at Rome, 238.
-, designs of Florence on, 314, 315; Maximilian disposed to attack, 373.

Sifuentes. Count of. See Silva.

Sigismund, the Emperor:
-, glad to have Garter, 108; pledges Feretta to Burgundy, 214n.

-, Archduke of Austria: absolution, 117.

Silk, 337.

Silva, Fernando de, Count of Cifuentes. Sifuentes, Imperial ambassador at Rome, 567, 568.
-, canvasses cardinals for queen, 561.
-, Andreasio calls on, 565; rejoicings at divorce decision, 571.

Silvestro, Messer, 447.

Simnel, Lambert, son of a barber, 325.

Sinauter. See Ratcliffe, John, Lord Fitz Walter.

Sinclair, John, Bishop of Brechin, 590n.

Singers for Duke's chapel at Milan, 161.

Sinigaglia, Duke of. See Rovere, Giovanni della.

Sion [Canton Valais, Switzerland], 434.

-, Cardinal of. See Schinner.

Sitticus, Mark, de Hobenems, Altaemps, Altaompes, Cardinal, 589, 590, 594.

Sixtus IV, Pope (della Rovere):
-, Aliprando suspected messenger of, 164; Aliprando writes to, 168; commissioner in Flanders, 169, 171.
-, Burgundy asks for two cardinals, 172.
-, affairs on the wheel in Flanders, 173; Louis XI rails against, 192; opinion of Edward IV, 228.
-, pleased at news, 230; urged to make peace, 231–3, 237, 239; interposition in quarrel with Florence, 234.
-, unwilling to refer dispute to France and England, 238; reply to ambassadors, 240–2.
-, agrees to arbitration, 242; meets ambassadors of league and France, 245, 246.

-, servant of, 226.

Sixtus V (Felix Peretti), Pope, 609, 658.

Skiby, Schibi, John, executor of Richard Heron:
-, claims dowry of Lucia Visconti, 247–50, 268, 274, 276.

-, -, Joan mother of, 276.

Sledd, Sledus:
-, persecutes Catholics, 606.

Sluys, Leschins, [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands]:
-, Edward IV's brothers at, 72; Salvatico arrested at, 151; Albert of Saxony besieges, 290.

Smith, John, 621.

Sod, Dr.:
-, sent to Swiss, 385.

Soliers, Charles de, Sieur de Morette, M. de Moretta, Moretto, French ambassador to England, 449, 457.
-, answer to, about conference, 573.

Solovre, four leagues from Luxemburg:
-, despatch from, 217.

Somaglia, Count Francesco dalla, 516.

Somasca, 594.

Sombreset, Joanne de. See Somerset, Sir Charles.

Somentia, Augustino, Milanese ambassador in Germany:
-, letter of Sforza to, 377; letter of Munti to, 378; despatches, 382, 423.

Somerset, Sir Charles, Joanne de Sombreset, 372.

-, -, English ambassador to France, the first chamberlain, 331, 349.

returns to England, 333; swears to peace, 350.

-, -, Earl of Worcester, English ambassador to France, 439.

Somerset, Duke of. See Beaufort.

Somersham, co. Huntingdon:
-, Queen Catherine will not go to, 566.

Somme, River, 200, 202, 212.

Somme:
-, letter dated at, 264.

Sommenore, 600.

Soncino [Prov. Cremona, Italy], 332.
-, letters from, 347.

-, Raimondo de. See Raymundi.

Sondrio [Prov. Sondrio, Italy]:
-, despatch from, 300.

Sora, Duke of. See Rovere, Giovanni della.

-, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas, Earl of Surrey.

Soria, Lope de, Imperial ambassador at Venice:
-, letters, 578–80, 584, 586.

Sorlafont. See Pole, John de la, Duke of Suffolk.

Soro:
-, despatch from, 201.

Sorrento, Bishop of, Sorrentino. See Remolino.

Southampton, Antona, Ampthona, Hampton, co. Hants, 137, 602.
-, Margaret at, 153; Edward's fleet gathers at, 194; port, 220; Archduchess Joanna at, 307.

Spain, and Spaniards, 98, 154, 389, 410, 441, 455, 464, 480, 549, 581, 654, 655, 657.
-, news from, 501.
-, Neapolitan ambassador to, 113; peace with England, 122; reprisals on France, 124.
-, match with, abandoned, 157; suggested Scottish ma tela with, 281, 324, 328, 333.
-, peace with France, 357, 359; embassy from Britanny to, 363; Henry VII dissatisfied with, 370.
-, legate for, 381; troops in force of Henry VIII, 384; English complain doing nothing, 392.
-, French excuses to, about Cambrai, 403; mission of Auditor to, 456; army of, in Italy, 471, 498.
-, fleet of, in Italy, 474; Russel enemy of, 487; scoff at Wolsey's plans, 492.
-, merchants in London, 495; England to subsidise war in, 575.
-, English Benedictines of, 615, 616, 619, 637, 642, 644, 652; Council of, 626.
-, Chancellor of. See Arborio di Gattinara.
-, King of. See Ferdinand the Catholic; Henry IV of Castile; Philip II; Philip III.
-, Queen of. See Isabella, the Catholic.

Speciano, il:
-, recommended as envoy for England, 484.

-, Speliano, Speziano, Speliario, Cesare, apostolic protonotary:

letters of, 594, 607, 608.

letter to, 595.

Speronera. See l'Espronniere.

Spices, 337, 338.

Spinay, Andre de, Cardinal Archbishop of Bordeaux:
-, meets Scottish ambassadors, 279.

Spinelli, Gasparo, Venetian secretary in England, 451, 455, 466.
-, says Wolsey unfriendly to Sforza, 449, 450, 452, 460, 468; says Henry will declare against emperor, 465.

Spinello, Giovanni Battista, 306.

Spinola, Spinula, —, 104.

-, Agostino, 353, 356, 360, 366–8, 374, 380.

-, -, agent of Milan in England, 342.

instructions, 343, 350.

despatches, 347, 371.

letter of, 292.

-, Messer Alexandro, 136.

-, Antonio, Milanese agent at Genoa:

despatch, 309.

sent as envoy of Henry VII, 311; advices on English affairs, 316, 326, 328, 372; in London, 358, 360; Henry commends, 363; favour desired for, 364, 374; information from, 375, 379; expects to go to France, 380.

-, Battista:

letters to, 152, 154.

-, Benedetto, citizen and merchant of Genoa, 251, 254, 256, 259, 262, 284, 286.

instructions, 257, 258, 265, 287.

despatches, 260, 272, 285.

-, Francesco, 222, 360, 363, 364.

-, Hyeronimo, 75.

-, Neapoleano, Napoleone, 257, 258, 274, 285, 360.

-, Rafaelo, ambassador of Genoa, 3, 4.

-, Zannoto:

letter of, 152, 154.

Spires [Rhenish Bavaria, German I Empire], 312, 599.
-, Dominican church, 276.
-, letter dated at, 547.

-, Bishop of. See George, Count Palatine.

Spunarlto (sic), Lord, 111.

Stafford, Edward, Earl of Wiltshire, Villechier, Vyllichier:
-, accompanies Edward to France, 195, 220.

-, -, See Vincier, Earl.

-, -, third Duke of Buckingham:

entertains French ambassador, 373.

-, Henry, son of first Duke of Buckingham, Henry of Buckingham, Henry son:

reported slain at Towton, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78.

-, Henry, second Duke of Buckingham, Boisigne:

accompanies Edward to France, 194, 220.

-, Humphrey, first Duke of Buckingham, 19, 50n.

wounded at St. Albans, 16; executed after Northampton, 27.

-, Humphrey, Earl of Stafford: wounded, 16.

-, John, keeper of the privy seal, 3.

Stampa, Pietro Marco:
-, letter of, 303.

Standish, Henry, Bishop of St. Asaph:
-, takes side of queen, 541.

Stanglia, Cornelio, Milanese ambassador at Genoa:
-, despatch, 326.

Stanley, Sir Edward, 407.

-, Lord John:

slain at Towton, 64.

-, Thomas, Lord, 137.

Stephen, Duke of Bavaria, 180.

Stephen, Dr. See Gardiner.

Steward, the Lord. See Talbot, George, Earl of Shrewsbury.

Stirling, Sterling, co. Stirling, Scotland:
-, letter dated at, 589.

Stirrups:
-, Milan wants English, 148, 152.

Stokesley, John, English ambassador for peace, 517, 518.

-, -, Bishop of London:

defends Henry about divorce, 541.

Stolz, John, of Basel, Swiss ambassador to England:
-, chosen, 423; reception in England, 425, 426.

Strasburg:
-, order of Jerusalemites at, 598.

-, Bishop of. See Hohenstein, Manderscheid.

Strata, Dionixio Flanchi de la, 1.

Stuart, Bernard, third Seigneur of Aubigny, Mons. D'Aubigne, d'Aubigny, Oubenze, 289.
-, meets Scottish ambassadors, 279; marriage negotiations for Scottish king, 280, 281, 283; warm friend of Milan, 282; reports Both well's death, 285; no reply to, 288.

-, Henry, Lord Darnley: murder, 591.

-, James, Archbishop of St. Andrews and Duke of Ross, 343, 347, 356.

letter to Ludovico Sforza, 355.

-, John, Duke of Albany, Albania:

mission at Rome, 526; Francis writes to, 530; against Sforza, 533.

sends to France about divorce, 535; proposals to serve emperor, 536; suggests marriage of pope's niece to son of Francis, 538; does not support divorce, 547; wants match between pope's niece and James V, 548.

-, -, Earl of Lennox, La Nos:

slain, 449.

Sturga, M. Marchesino, 373.

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

Subsidy, aid:
-, difficulty of raising in England, 177, 178, 184; granted to Edward IV, 196.
-, causes revolt in Cornwall, 316.

Succestrie:
-, letter dated at, 329.

Succo. See Capisucca.

Suffolk, Duke of. See Brandon; Pole.

-, Earl of. See Pole.

Surrey, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas.

Susa [Prov. Torino, Italy]:
-, Benet dies at, 565n.

Sweden, King of, 3.

-, -, See John.

Swiss, 418.
-, to join against Burgundy, 119; Burgundy not moving against, 182.
-, danger to Burgundy, 209; treaty with Sigismund, 214n; Louis sends envoy to, 215n.
-, in service of France, 243; proposed breach with France, 293; Henry VII makes arrangement with, 351.
-, emperor sends Dr. Sod to, 385; Sforza to induce to cross Alps, 387.
-, subsidy to invade Burgundy, 389; danger to French, 390; in force in Burgundy, 392, 399.
-, Sforza keeps in good temper, 400; French skirmish with, 401; course uncertain, 409.
-, England trusts to, 410; Sforza should ask not to serve against England, 412.
-, agreement with French, 419; pope anxious to know decision, 422; reception of embassy in London, 425, 426.
-, English embassy to, 426–429; French mean to win again, 427; pope pleased at alliance with English, 429, 431.
-, pope advises Sforza to keep in good humour, 431; offers to England, 432.
-, Henry tries to move against France, 433–5; agreement i with Henry, 436.
-, pope to make league with, 439; to be asked to enter league against France, 442; forces for Sforza, 448.
-, Francis proposes to levy, 467; Francis to send into Italy, 507, 513; levies for war, 510, 515.

Symoneta, Symonetta, Symonetti, Angelo, secretary of the Duke of Milan, 110.

-, Cecco, Cycho, Cicho, secretary of the Duke of Milan:

letters of Aliprando to, 162, 170; letters to, 230, 238.

-, See also Calabria, Cecco di.

-, Jacopo, Bishop of Pesaro:

sets forth divorce case, 570; to be made cardinal, 576; made cardinal, 577.

-, Thomaso:

trading in England, 110.

Syon Abbey [co. Middlesex], 579.

Syria, 599.

Syrona, 514.

Syxti, Dom. See Sforza, Ascanio.