Calendar of State Papers, Spain: Supplement To Volumes 1 and 2, Queen Katherine; Intended Marriage of King Henry VII To Queen Juana. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1868.
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Acua, the licentiate, 263, 283.
Adelantado, the, of Galicia, 302.
-, -, of Medina de Rioseco, 269.
Admiral, the, see Henriquez.
Adrian, Cardinal (see Tortosa), ambassador, inquisitorship of Aragon bestowed upon, 152.
Africa, conquest by Christians of, spoken of, 134.
-, wars of, 230.
-, troops from, suborned by the Junta, 306.
-, mentioned at, 311.
Aguila, Suero de, 345.
Aguilera, the knight commander, 261, 350.
-, - dismissed by Count Benavente, 287.
Aguirre, the licentiate, Queen Juana wishes to consult with, 205.
-, councillor, 274, 283.
Aix-la-Chapelle, coronation of Charles V. to be at, 258.
Alaejos, encounter between Imperialist troops and Commons at, 281.
-, an attack by the troops of the Junta upon the fortress of, 314, 331.
Alarcon, Relator of the council of state, 167.
Albert, Duke of Bavaria, marriage projected between Henry, Prince of Wales, and a daughter of, 23.
Albornoz, Rodrigo, servant to Grisio, witness to the letter patent of Queen Isabel, 69.
Albuquerque, Duke of, 228, 347.
Alcal de Hnares, Cortes held in, in 1503, 66.
Alferez, Count, signature of, 379.
Alfonso X., reference to the laws of, 219.
Algiers in danger of being lost by Emperor Charles V., 311.
Almaras, knight commander, sign manual of, 233.
Almazan, Miguel Perez de, first secretary of state to King Ferdinand, 29.
-, -, letter to, from the Knight Commander Membrilla, 29.
-, -, report of affairs in England sent to, 30, 31, 32.
-, -, admonished to inquire into the affair of the Friar Fernandez, 31.
-, -, letter from Luis Caroz to, 36.
-, -, is informed by Luis Caroz of his dealings with the Friar Fernandez, 36, 37, 38.
-, -, condition of Queen Katharine reported by Luis Caroz to, 41, 42, 43.
-, -, document signed by, 73.
-, -, instrument written and signed by, 80.
-, -, called as witness to an act of King Ferdinand, 83.
-, -, protestation and revocation of King Ferdinand written and signed by, 85.
-, -, letters from De Puebla addressed to, 99, 119.
-, -, see also at, 120, 121, 126.
Alonso, King of Naples, 92.
Alonso, King Don, reference made to, 319, 326.
-, -, son of, 319.
Alonso, Fray, a rebel friar, 294, 301.
Aloyn, Madame d', opponent of Doa Marina Manuel, 57, 62.
-, -, intimidates the Archduchess Juana, 57.
Altamira, Count of, 298.
Alva, Duke of, 211, 410.
-, -, high esteem felt for, in Flanders, 318.
-, -, supplications on the part of prelates, grandees, &c., of Spain to be made respecting Luther by, 378.
-, -, instructions of the grandees, prelates, &c., of what is to be said to the Emperor concerning the affairs of Luther by, 380 to 384.
Ambassadors of the King of the Romans and Madame Margaret arrive at the English court to treat of two marriages, 23.
- of King Ferdinand with King Philip, communication to the, 75.
- at the English court, 111, 115.
Ambassador of King of the Romans, makes various complaints to King Henry, 115.
- from Flanders, seeks succour from King Henry, 116.
-, English, in France, 128.
-, -, -, untruths told by the, 137.
- of King of Portugal, sent to persuade or threaten the Junta, 361.
Anaysa, Francisco de, a procurator of the Commons Junta, 241.
Andalusia, in state of rebellion, 221, 278.
-, firm in the cause of the Emperor Charles V., 320.
-, mention of, 241.
Andrada, Count Don Hernando de, 146, 147, 148.
Andreas, Fray, letter to Archduchess Doa Juana from, 50.
-, -, solicitude of, for the happiness and safety of Juana, 50, 51, 53.
-, -, complains of Doa Juana's neglect of him, 52.
-, -, exhorts Juana to frequent confession, 53.
Antonio, Don, the prior, 319.
-, the French perpetual enemies of Castile and, 74.
-, inquisitorship of, given to Adrian (afterwards Pope Adrian VI.), 152.
-, King Charles gone to, 155, 161.
-, see also at 75, 78, 135, 142, 170.
-, Ferdinand, King of, 81.
-, Queen of, 152.
Aranda, on the Duero, 156, 160, 173.
-, letters dated from, 156, 158, 159.
Arayz, Pedro de, instruction from the Marquis of Denia to, 169.
-, -, keeper of the plate to the Infanta Catalina, 416.
Archbishop, the, Fray Francisco Ximenes de Cisneros (see Cisneros), 75.
Arcos, Duke of, troops must not be enlisted by, 320.
Arevalo, 170, 172, 280.
-, is infected, 173.
-, imperial troops in, 333.
-, the Queen Juana to be removed to, 404, 405.
Artois, recognises King of France as sovereign lord, 116.
Arues, Pedro de, secretary to the Marquis of Denia, 166.
-, -, what is to be said to King Charles on the part of Marquis Denia by, 166.
Arzeo, chief butler to Queen Juana, instigator of traitors, 407.
Ascobar, Domingo de, escrivano, signature of, 260.
-, Bishop of, 297, 310.
-, Marquis of, troops of the, 297, 298.
-, -, troops of, at the taking of Tordesillas, 329.
-, -, signature of, 379.
-, -, mentioned also at 302, 310, 337, 345, 349, 353.
Attestation, the, of a conversation held between Queen Juana and the Corregidor of Tordesillas, 23d August 1520, 204.
-, -, of what passed between Queen Juana and the commissioners of the Junta of the Commons, Saturday, 1st September 1520, 212.
-, -, of a conversation of Queen Juana with the members of the Junta of the Commons, 24th September 1520, Tordesillas, 245.
-, -, list of those present at the conversation, 246, 247.
Augustin, the Italian, a merchant, 114.
-, the Junta in, 206, 210, 213.
-, Knight Commander Hinestrosa not allowed to enter, 285.
-, mentioned at 218, 223, 224, 226, 262, 338.
-, letter dated from, 421.
-, Bishop of, 151.
-, Procurators of, to induce Pedro Giron to disband his troops, 344.
Avila, Christoval de, 345.
-, Gomez de, procurator for Avila, 331, 342.
-, Fray Juan de, of the order of San Francisco, chaplain (?) and father guardian to the Seora Infanta, confessor to Queen Juana, 143, 175.
-, -, letter to King Charles from, 175.
-, -, informs the King that his mother the Queen has at last heard mass, 175.
-, -, virtues and services of, 178.
-, -, letters to King Charles from, 180, 189.
-, -, reports the Queen as continuing to hear mass, and disposed to serve God, 189.
-, -, admonishes King Charles on his duties towards the Queen his mother, 189.
-, -, present at the interview of the Queen Juana and the Corregidor de Castro, 204.
-, -, present at the interview of the Queen with the members of the Junta, and witness, 252.
-, -, letters to Emperor Charles V. from, 391, 419.
-, -, is obstructed by the Marquis and Marchioness of Denia in his duties towards Queen Juana, 391, 392.
-, -, complains of persecution
-, pleads for protection from the Emperor, 420, 421.
-, -, see also at 181, 399, 400.
Ayala, Don Alvaro de, sent to Burgos, 280.
-, -, desires to serve the Emperor Charles V., 287.
-, Diego Lopez de, 150.
-, -, letter to Cardinal Cisneros from, 150.
-, -, finds them "very dangerous people" at the court of King Charles at Brussels, 150.
-, -, news from the court at Brussels sent by, 151, 152, 153.
-, Juan de, 345.
-, Don Pedro de, Spanish ambassador in England, 1, 6.
-, -, letter to Queen Isabel of Spain from, 1.
-, -, to write to Ferdinand and Isabel in explanation of conduct of Henry VII., 5.
-, -, account of the affair of the plate, jewels, &c., of Princess Katharine's dower given by, 8.
-, -, complains of the changes made in the household of the Princess, 12.
-, -, Bishop of Canaria, to be sent to England, 24, 87, 100.
-, -, procurator for Toledo, 338.
Ayamonte, Count of, 313.
Azcotia, or de Ascuetia, Juan, servant to Princess Katharine, 27.
-, -, despatched to King Ferdinand, 27, 31.
-, -, is to give Ferdinand full information concerning the friar, 31.
Aztarve, Juan de, servant to Gaspar de Grisio, 69.
-, Bishop of, letters of Emperor Charles V. signed by, 260.
Balboa, Alonzo Martin de, escrivano and public notary, 204, 205.
Barbarossa, reference made to, 300.
Barcelona, 195, 217, 243, 264, 418.
Bastard, the, 58, 59, 60.
Bazan, Don Pedro de, sent on a mission to Queen Juana from Valladolid, 292.
Beamonte, Doa Ana de, 60, 151.
-, Don Frances de, town and castle of Empudia taken by, 359, 364.
Beltran, Councillor, 273.
Beltran de Flomonte, mayordomo, 180, 187, 427.
-, -, sent to King Charles, 189.
Beltran, Doctor, 263.
-, -, signature of, to protestation against Luther, 388.
-, Don, 347.
-, the castle of, 348.
-, Count, 228.
-, -, enters Medina de Rioseco with troops, 297.
-, -, at the siege of Tordesillas, 329, 330.
-, -, good services rendered to the Imperialists by, 347.
-, -, quarrels concerning fortress of Tordesillas between Marquis of Denia and, 352.
-, -, signature of, 379.
-, -, see also at 287, 298, 302, 310, 315, 337, 349, 350, 351, 353, 364, 367, 374.
Bernardino, Fray, a preacher of seditious sermons, 301.
Bvres, Monsieur de, 58.
Birviesca (Briviesca), 261.
Biscay in rebellion, 278.
Bovilla of the Sierra, 213.
Brandenburg, Marquis of, marriage of, with the Infanta Catalina, 417, 418.
Bravo, Juan, captain general of the city of Segovia, 213, 214, 216.
Briviesca, letter dated from, 288.
Brussels, letters dated from, 62, 150, 153.
Buckingham, Duke of, in disgrace with King Henry VIII., 39.
-, violent proceedings in, 223.
-, well intentioned in the main towards the Emperor Charles V., 238.
-, articles agreed to by the Constable with, 277.
-, city of, revolt feared in, 326.
-, the president and council assembled in, 356.
-, mentioned also at, 210, 240, 270, 275, 278, 279, 282, 283, 298, 323, 351, 357, 361, 367, 368, 418, 420.
-, Bishop of, 271, 308.
-, -, troops to be sent to Rioseco by the, 298.
-, Dean of, 286.
-, procurators for, 270, 280.
-, letter dated from, 388.
Burgundy, 116, 117.
-, Duchess of, Princess Doa Juana, 65.
-, High Chancellor of, letters signed by, 158, 159.
Cabezas, Alonso, servant of the late Catholic King, 163, 165, 171.
Cabo de Ao, or cabo dao, editorial note on the meaning of, 138.
Cabrero, Doctor, councillor, 263, 273.
-, -, signature of, 388.
-, Mosen Juan, gentleman of the bedchamber to King Ferdinand, 83.
-, -, witness of King Ferdinand's protestation, 85.
Cceres, Francisca de, servant to Princess Katharine, 19, 20, 33.
-, -, feared and forbidden the palace by the Friar Fernandez, 38.
Camaas, Christobal de, the Bachelor, apostolic and imperial prothonotary, 213, 214.
-, -, commission signed by, 215.
Camin, Countess of, 49.
Canaria, Bishop of, Pedro de Ayala, 24.
Captain general of the commonalty of Valladolid, 208.
Captains of the army of the commons, a letter addressed by the town of Valladolid to the, 206.
Carbajal, Doctor, letter of Emperor Charles V. signed by, 260.
Cardinal, the, see Tortosa.
Cardona, Duke of, 151.
Carlos, Infante Don, King, 67, 175.
Caroz, Luis de, or Luys Carroz, Spanish ambassador in England, 35.
-, -, letter to Almazan from, 36.
-, -, manner of dealing with the Friar Fernandez of, 36, 37, 38.
-, -, has never seen "a more wicked person" than this friar, 37.
-, -, difficulties in negotiating with the Queen experienced by, 38.
-, -, suspected love intrigue of the King narrated by, 39.
-, -, speaks to the Friar concerning dissensions in the palace, 40.
-, -, message to, from the Queen regarding her condition of health, 41.
-, -, doubts the reported pregnancy of the Queen, 42.
-, -, healthy appearance of the Queen remarked on by, 43.
-, -, speaks with the King concerning the Queen, 44.
Carquizano, a raiser of disturbances in Queen Juana's household, 407.
Carreo, escribano de la camara of the Queen Juana, 187.
Cartagena, Pedro de. procurator of Burgos, 247, 270.
-, -, services rendered to the Emperor Charles V. by, 270, 283.
Cartama, Maria de, one of Queen Juana's women, 168, 370, 400.
Carvajal, Bernardino de, 415.
Castaneda, deprived of the seals, 263.
Castaeda, Bartolome Ruiz de, escribano de la camara, 80.
Castile, good name left by Juana in, 47.
-, King Ferdinand to go to, 86, 87, 88, 89.
-, expected return of King Ferdinand to, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110.
-, part of the revenues of, to be paid to Henry VII. in event of marriage with Queen Juana, 114.
-, it might be desirable for King Henry to reside in, after marriage, 115.
-, return of King Ferdinand to, 132, 133.
-, danger of two sovereigns being set up in, 336.
-, comendador mayor of, 211, 230.
-, King of, Philip, 78.
-, -, Emperor Charles V. must not be deprived of the name and authority of, 240.
- -, -, had usurped the title of, 304.
-, Prince of, see Charles V., 23.
-, the Prior of, signature of, 379.
-, Queen of, Doa Juana, 79.
-, mentioned at 61, 73, 74, 75, 81, 92, 94, 95, 96, 98, 102, 135, 198, 200, 226, 258, 333, 385, 386.
-, Old, insecurity of
-, combines with the rebels, 227.
Castilla, Don Alonso de, councillor, 211, 273, 283.
-, -, signature of, to protestation against Luther, 388.
-, Pedro Suarez de, 245.
Castilnovo, knight commandership of, given to the Constable, 78.
Castro, Bernardino de, Lieutenant Corregidor of Tordesillas, 204.
-, - conversation held with Queen Juana by, 205.
-, Bernardino de, the licentiate, justicia, by her Majesty Queen Juana's appointment, 214.
-, -, present at the interview between the Queen and commissioners of the Junta, 214.
Catalina, the Seora Infanta Doa, daughter of Queen Juana and sister of Charles V., 156.
-, -, affectionate regard expressed by Charles for, 158.
-, -, the perfection of, 162.
-, -, a mule and a saddle for, 173.
-, -, edified by the preaching of Fray Antonio de Villegas, 176.
-, -, present with her mother, Queen Juana, at mass, 178.
-, -, troubled with the itch, 183, 187.
-, -, visited by Doctor Soto, 191.
-, -, anxiety of the Queen lest she should be deprived of, 199.
-, -, present with her mother, the Queen Juana, at her interview with commissioners of the Junta, 213.
-, -, threatened separation from her mother of, 216.
-, -, discreet behaviour of, 237.
-, -, present with her mother, Queen Juana, during her conversation with members of the Junta, 246.
-, -, and the Queen to be set at liberty by the Constable of Castile, 276.
-, -, the beauty and dignity of, 345.
-, -, threatened with starvation by the Junta, 348.
-, -, writes in recommendation of her father guardian to the Emperor, 370.
-, -, well intentioned, but prejudiced by those about her, 394.
-, -, complains of the want of freedom, beseeches the Emperor's interference, 395.
-, -, a memoir to the Emperor from, 396 to 401.
-, -, defends and explains her conduct with regard to the Junta, 396, 397.
-, -, complains of the close watch kept by, and disrespect and illtreatment to which the Marquis and Marchioness of Denia expose her, 397, 398.
-, -, beseeches that her mother may not be deprived of the consolations of the father guardian, 400.
-, -, implores that more liberty and respect, and less cruelty, be shown to her mother the Queen, 400.
-, -, the Junta promise to marry and establish the, 401.
-, -, commendation by the Cardinal of the prudence and virtues of, 402.
-, -, conduct of, praised and excused by the Marquis, 411.
-, -, is pronounced to be free in conscience to marry, 417.
-, -, how to overcome the difficulty of removing from her mother the, 418.
-, -, conclusion of the marriage of, with King of Portugal, 420, 422, 424.
-, -, letters of, to :
1518, September 12, King Charles, 176.
1521, January 31, Emperor Charles V., 369.
1521, August 19, do., 395.
1521, August 19, do., 396.
-, -, letter to, 158.
-, -, mention of, also at, 157, 161, 164, 170, 171, 172, 177, 179, 180, 198, 239, 326, 331, 341, 346, 354, 366, 374, 391, 393, 403, 406, 407, 413, 416.
Catalonia, 276, 322.
Centurion, Pedro, a Genoese, bill of exchange received by Membrilla from, 31.
Cepeda, Vasquez de, regidor, 204.
Chamberlain, Lord, 41, 131.
Chancellor, the (Jehan le Sauvaige), of King Charles, 150.
-, High, of Castile, 150.
- -, the, of Burgundy, 158.
-, -, signature of, 158, 159.
-, -, death of, 165.
Chancery, Court of, 312.
Charles V., as Prince of Castile, marriage spoken of between Made. Mary, daughter of Henry VII. and, 17, 23, 116, 117, 129.
-, -, city of Tilmote (?) taken by the French from, 133.
-, -, Queen Juana's marriage with King Henry likely to be of advantage to, 134.
-, -, his interests looked after by King Ferdinand, 139.
-, -, continues Mosen Ferrer in his office at Tordesillas with Queen Juana, 144.
-, as King of Spain, mention of, and allusions to, passim.
-, -, thanks Cardinal Cisneros for the great services he has rendered, 146.
-, -, charges Cardinal Cisneros to arrange for good treatment and safe custody of his mother Queen Juana, 147.
-, -, will permit no interference with regard to the "care and consolation" of Queen Juana, 147.
-, -, commits all affairs in Spain to the government of the Cardinal, 148.
-, -, desires the opinion of Cardinal Cisneros, 149, 150.
-, -, considers it prudent to temporise, 149.
-, -, conduct of Cardinal Cisneros gives much satisfaction to, 151.
-, -, sends the Count Palatine to take possession of Luxemburg, 153.
-, -, appoints Don Bernardo de Sandoval y Rojas, Marquis of Denia, governor of the household of his mother Queen Juana, 153.
-, -, enjoins care and secrecy in so delicate an affair as that of the Queen, 157.
-, -, love for, and desire to see, the Infanta Catalina expressed by, 158.
-, -, high estimation in which the Marquis and Marchioness of Denia are held by, 153.
-, -, doings and state of affairs at Tordesillas reported by Marquis of Denia to, 160.
-, -, compliments and good wishes from the Marquis to, on arrival in Aragon, of, 161.
-, -, the mode of life of Queen Juana reported by the Marquis to, 162.
-, -, is entreated to furnish money for the expenses of the Queen's household, 163.
-, -, controversy between the Queen and Marquis on the subject of the mass, reported to, 164.
-, -, has arranged a marriage between his sister Leonor and the King of Portugal, 165.
-, -, increase of authority required by the Marquis from, 168.
-, -, matters concerning the Queen, on which information is to be given by Arayz to, 169.
-, -, should bestow some pleasure and mark of attention on the Queen, 170.
-, -, anxiety of, for the health of his mother and sister, 171.
-, -, Fray Antonio de Villegas recommended by Infanta Catalina to the protection of, 176.
-, -, rejoices to hear that his mother has consented to hear mass, 177.
-, -, has ordered his mother to be removed to San Pablo de la Moraleja, 179.
-, -, his pity and compassion invoked for certain servants of the Queen, 181.
-, -, good service rendered by Chivres to, 182.
-, -, should show some solicitude and care for his mother the Queen's wellbeing, 183.
-, -, news of the Queen, the pestilence, and distress at Tordesillas sent by Marquis Denia to, 184, 185, 186, 187.
-, -, thanks and indemnification to be offered to the township of Tordesillas by, 185.
-, -, is requested to send the Olycornio, 186.
-, -, annoyance of, concerning money affairs of Queen's household, 187.
-, -, admonished on the duty and honour he owes to his mother, 189.
Charles V., Emperor, King of Spain, mention of and allusions to, passim : conversation between the Queen and Marquis recounted to, 190, 191.
-, -, shame to which he might be put if the Queen be permitted to go out, 192.
-, -, detailed account of all that passes and concerns the Queen Juana sent by Denia to, 193, 194, 195, 196.
-, -, election of, 194, 198.
-, -, his interest in all concerning the Queen will be attended to by the Marquis, 196, 202.
-, -, nought concerning the Queen must be revealed at the court of, 196.
-, -, news in detail concerning the Queen, sent by Denia to, 197, 198, 199.
-, -, on his way to Flanders and Germany, 200.
-, -, warned of the reports spread, concerning the imprisonment of the Queen, 201.
-, -, presence in Spain of, desired by the Queen, 203.
-, - informed by Cardinal of Tortosa of the rebellion and ruinous state of affairs in Spain, 209.
-, -, full pardon of all by, the only remedy, 209, 210, 211, 217, 218, 220.
-, -, troops of, refused admission into Tordesillas, 209.
-, -, fierce passion of the towns excited against all who wish to secure money for, 210.
-, -, accused of want of care for, and neglect of his kingdom of Spain, 212.
-, -, persecution endured in Spain by those who offer to serve, 215.
-, -, all authority taken by the Junta of the Commons from, 216.
-, -, apprehensions lest the whole kingdom obey the Queen, and renounce obedience to, 217.
-, -, having usurped the crown, imprisoned the Queen as though she were insane, utter ruin threatens, 218.
-, -, remedies for this anarchy must speedily be provided by, 219.
-, -, accused of tyrannically detaining his mother prisoner, 220.
-, -, might remedy evils by marriage with the Infanta of Portugal, 221, 328.
-, -, progress of affairs in Spain reported to, 223, 224.
-, -, assistance rendered by Count Alba de Liste to, 225.
-, -, intention of the Commons to repudiate authority of, 225.
-, -, forbearance in not sending German troops shown by, 226.
-, -, a member of Council to be sent to report all that occurs in Spain to, 228.
-, -, requested to relieve Cardinal of Tortosa from his governorship of Spain, 229, 230.
-, -, account of proceedings of the Commons Junta, sent by Marquis Denia to, 234, 235, 239.
-, -, pre-eminence of, must be maintained, 236.
-, -, anarchy in Spain can only be quelled by the return thither of, 237.
-, -, judicious appointments made for the governorship of Spain by, 237.
-, -, his right to authority in Spain disputed by the Junta, 240.
-, -, the Commons endeavour by bribery to gain over the troops of, 242.
-, -, dangers which threaten, 243.
-, -, bad state of finances in Castile reported to, 243.
-, -, evil state of affairs can be remedied only by the help of God and the speedy arrival of, 245.
-, -, deplores the affronts which have been put upon the Queen, 258.
-, -, advises speedy retirement from Valladolid of the Cardinal of Tortosa, 259.
-, -, inculcates obedience on the Cardinal and co-operation with the Constable, 259.
-, -, notification of the ruin threatening his kingdom sent by the Cardinal to, 261.
-, -, little zeal shown by the Junta for the service of, 262.
-, -, power for Marquis of Villena to grant pardon and favours required from, 263.
-, -, good services rendered by Lope Hurtado to, 264.
-, -, mention of matters concerning the secret service of, 265.
-, -, compassion for his mother the Queen, if nothing else, should bring to Spain the, 265.
-, -, unhealthy life and bad condition of his mother, Queen Juana, reported to, 266.
-, -, anxiety of, and his court, to have information concerning affairs of Spain, 267.
-, -, miserable condition of his mother reported to, 269.
-, -, progress of affairs in Valladolid reported to, 271.
-, -, is warned against relying on the stability of any peace which may be effected in Spain, 272, 273.
-, -, preparations making for the coronation of, 273.
-, -, protestations of devotion made by Velasco, Constable of Castile, to, 274.
-, -, information of the cruel treatment to which his mother is exposed sent to, 275.
-, -, report on affairs of Spain and what is necessary sent by the Constable to, 275 to 287.
-, -, general instruction sent to the Constable by, 276.
-, -, orders for supply of money required from, 276.
-, -, pardon, immunities, and a large army required in Spain to preserve authority of, 278.
-, -, is entreated to approve and confirm the Constable's treaty with Burgos, 279.
-, -, a summons to the Council of Orders sent by, 282.
-, -, letters to various persons and places in Spain sent by, 283.
-, -, a report on the fleet to be sent to, 284.
-, -, a messenger from the Junta despatched to, 285.
-, -, Don Pero Velez de Guevara sent to give an account of all that has happened in Spain to, 287.
-, -, news of the resistance and execution of rebels in Valladolid sent to, 294, 295.
-, -, condition and treatment of his mother by the Junta reported to, 297.
-, -, a strong letter concerning the Inquisition to be written to the Pope by, 300.
-, -, unprofitable advice given by his council to, 301.
-, -, consecration of, as King of the Romans, 303.
-, -, condition of Spain and dangers which there threaten the authority of, 304, 305, 307.
-, -, reports spread concerning the imprisonment of Queen Juana by, 306.
-, -, speedy arrival in Spain of, necessary for its salvation, 310, 317.
-, -, measures for avoidance of civil war to be taken by, 311.
-, -, church preferments and other favours requested from, 315, 317.
-, -, coronation of, 316.
-, -, claimant to the crown of, 319.
-, -, precautions necessary to be taken in Spain by, 320.
-, -, in danger of losing the kingdom should the Queen be induced to sign, 325.
-, -, a speedy return again urged upon, 326, 327.
-, -, proceedings of the Queen and Admiral reported to, 337.
-, -, is informed of the attack, capture, pillage, and ruin of Tordesillas, 343.
-, -, the Queen speaks in defence of, 344.
-, -, severe measures to be ordered against the rebels by, 345.
-, -, thanks and condolences to be sent by, to those who have helped and suffered in his cause, 346, 347.
-, -, treatment of the Queen by the Junta communicated by the Cardinal to, 348.
-, -, favourable turn in Spain of the affairs of, 349.
-, -, progress and state of affairs in Spain reported by Mendoza to, 353 to 356.
-, -, better treatment of his mother Queen Juana by the Marquis must be commanded by, 354.
-, -, damage done by the Bishop of Zamora to the cause of, 359.
-, -, ratification to certain articles desired of, 361.
-, -, is urgently exhorted to hasten his coming
-, his pity, compassion, and duty appealed to, 361, 362.
-, -, the enemy carries off moneys of, 365.
-, -, want of money prevents being done what is necessary for the service of, 367.
-, -, the Bishop of Zamora intercepts a letter from the Cardinal to, 369.
-, -, negotiating with the rebels not approved by, 372.
-, -, disapproves attempts made to gain the Queen's signature, 372.
-, -, displeased at the leniency shown to traitors in Spain, 375.
-, -, an address to, from the governors, grandees, &c., of Spain, praying that means be taken for the prevention and extirpation of that damnable heresy of Martin Luther, 376 to 379.
-, -, not to permit so great a schism to be made by so mean, obstinate, and devilish a person as Luther, 383.
-, -, an address from the President and Council of State respecting the heresies of Luther, and exhorting to their extirpation, 384.
-, -, is exhorted to take warlike measures, and seize and chastise the heretic Luther, 387.
-, -, a supplication to, from the Bishop of Oviedo in names of grandees, prelates, &c., for the extirpation of the pestilent sect of Luther, 389.
-, -, is entreated to send supplies to Tordesillas, for those who are there are starving, 392.
-, -, an appeal from the Infanta to 395.
-, -, memoir addressed by the Infanta to, 396 to 401.
-, -, supplicated to provide for the comfort, recreation, and better treatment of the Queen, 400, 401.
-, -, commands the fortress of Tordesillas to be destroyed, 403.
-, -, is advised to apply the torture to enforce obedience from the Queen Juana, 405.
-, -, orders for punishments, rewards, and appointments requested by the Marquis from, 407, 408, 409.
-, -, good relations with new King (John III.) of Portugal should be preserved by, 413.
-, -, treasonable attempt against, 414.
-, -, military successes of, 415.
-, -, is informed that the Infanta is free in conscience to marry whomsoever shall be chosen by, 417.
-, -, precautions to be taken by, in case anything happens to endanger life of Juana, that he may remain blameless, 418.
-, -, illness and recovery of, 422.
-, -, lamentable condition of the Queen communicated to, 422.
-, -, commands that due reverence be paid to the Queen, 425.
-, -, orders of, 153.
-, -, letters of, to :
1516, April 30, Cardinal Cisneros, 146.
1518, April 19, Marquis of Denia, 156.
1518, April 19, Seora Infanta Doa Catalina, 158.
1520, October 7th, Cardinal of Tortosa, 257.
1521, March (?), Marquis of Denia, 372.
-, -, letters to, 154, 159, 161, 164, 166, 171, 175, 176, 177, 180, 183, 186, 189, 190, 192, 193, 197, 200, 209, 215, 223, 234, 238, 261, 267, 274, 294, 303, 321, 336, 343, 348, 349, 353, 356, 363, 369, 371, 373, 376, 384, 389, 391, 393 (2), 395, 396, 401, 403, 417, 419, 422, 423, 425, 426.
-, -, places whence are dated letters of :
Aranda on the Duero, 158, 159.
Chivres, Monsieur de, Admiral, chamberlain and treasurer to King Charles, 150, 153, 182.
-, -, letter from Marquis Denia to, 181.
Chimay, Prince of, gentleman in waiting to Archduchess Juana, 57.
Christendom, Henry VII. held in estimation by all, 134.
Cisneros, Cardinal Fray Francisco Ximenes de, Archbishop of Toledo, Cardinal and Primate of Spain, Governor General of Castile :
-, -, favour of, desired by Hen. VII. respecting his marriage with Queen Juana, 125.
-, -, letter from Mosen Ferrer to, 141.
-, -, sends the Bishop of Mallorca to quell disturbances and quarrels at Tordesillas, 141.
-, -, wisdom and discretion of, 143.
-, -, letter from Charles, King of Spain, to, 146.
-, -, commanded by Charles to provide for the good treatment and safe custody of his mother, Queen Juana, 147.
-, -, entrusted by Charles to do what is necessary for the peace and wellbeing of the country, 148, 149.
-, -, letter from Diego Lopez de Ayala to, 150.
-, -, state of affairs at Brussels, &c., reported to, 150, 151, 152, 153.
-, -, satisfaction given to King Charles by, 151.
-, -, mention of, at 76, 77, 78, 126, 142, 144, 145, 148, 152.
Cisterer, Pablo, secretary to Cardinal of Tortosa, letters signed by, 223, 320.
-, -, letter written in handwriting of, 288.
Claude, Madame, 75.
Clause of the will of Queen Isabel the Catholic, 63.
Coca, well provided by Fonseca, 281.
-, troops from, 298.
Comares, the Marquis, Captain General of Tremecen, 230, 300, 317.
Comendador Mayor, the, 230, 308, 309, 322.
Commission given by Queen Juana to the Junta of the Commons, 212.
Commissioners of the Junta of the Commons, letter from, 231.
Commons, the, an address from Valladolid to the captains of, 206.
-, -, what passed between Queen Juana and the commissioners of the Junta of, 212.
-, -, powers usurped in the name of the Queen Juana by, 227.
-, -, letter to the Junta of, 231.
-, -, a brief issued against, 307.
-, -, ordered by the Queen Juana to disband their troops, 341.
-, -, to march to Tordesillas, 343.
-, -, Don Pedro Giron suspected and called traitor by, 346.
-, mentioned at, 306, 322, 324, 337, 344.
Constable, the, of Castile, see Velasco, 76, 77.
Conton (Compton?), favourite of Henry VIII., butler to the late king, 39, 41.
Crdova, 151, 241, 263, 283.
-, see of, 152.
-, disturbances in, 230.
Corregidor, the, of Aranda, 173.
-, -, of Valladolid, 271, 272.
Cortes, in Toledo, in 1502, 66.
-, in Toro, 1505, summary of proceedings of the, 70.
-, procurators of, letter issued by order of, 257.
-, mentioned at 213, 216, 299.
Cortes, Juana, 394.
Corua, 285, 411, 416.
Council, the, advice to King Henry of, 133.
-, the Queen Juana desires to speak and consult with her, 290.
-, procurators' complaints against, 291.
-, the Duke of Alva takes part in the sittings of, 318.
-, President of the, removal of Queen Juana from Tordesillas to be effected by, 405.
-, see also at 211, 271, 301, 308, 342.
- of the Orders, 263.
- of State, members of, 166, 167.
-, -, President and, a memorial to the Emperor concerning Luther from, 384.
-, -, Relator of the, Alarcon, 167.
Councillors, the, accused by the procurators of being thieves and robbers, 325.
-, with the Constable, 326.
-, advice given to the Emperor by, 327.
Countess, the, wife of the Admiral, see Modica, 323.
Covos or Cobos, Francisco de los, Secretary of State to King Charles, 158, 317, 416, 425.
-, -, letters countersigned by, 158, 159.
-, -, marginal notes to letters written by, 177, 178, 179, 373, 374, 375, 376.
-, -, letter of the Emperor signed by, 259.
-, -, abstracts of letters made for the Emperor by, 349, 393.
-, -, letters deciphered by, 363, 371, 403.
Cruzada, the, 150, 334.
Cualla, Councillor, 273.
Cuero, Johan or Juan de, keeper of the wardrobe and chamberlain to Princess Katharine of Wales, 2.
-, -, will not give up the plate and jewels of the Princess to Henry VII., 2, 5.
-, -, strives to prevent the Princess from selling and wasting her substance, 28.
-, -, see also at 19, 27.
Cueva, Don Beltran de la, signature of, 379.
-, Don Pedro de la, favourer of the Emperor Charles V., 263.
umiel, (Zumel?) Doctor, 223.
Darrada, Pedro, 150.
Dean, the, Adrian, Cardinal of Tortosa, afterwards Pope Adrian VI., see Tortosa, 149.
Denia, the Marchioness of, 155.
-, -, can scarcely withstand Queen Juana's persuasiveness, 155.
-, -, prudence of, 158.
-, -, defied by the Queen's women at Tordesillas, 167.
-, -, obedience refused to, 168.
-, -, converses with the Queen, 170.
-, -, ordered by the Junta to quit the palace, 234, 235.
-, -, driven away from the service of the Queen by the Junta, 239.
-, -, had made no effort to restore the health of the Queen, 254.
-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 393.
-, -, cruel treatment of the Queen by, 401.
-, -, mentioned at, 157, 166, 175, 232, 237, 258, 266, 354, 358, 374, 392, 394, 398, 399, 401, 411, 417, 427.
Denia, Marquis of, and Count of Lerma, Don Bernardo de Sandoval y Rojas, 153.
-, -, appointed by Charles King of Spain, as governor and administrator of the household of Queen Juana at Tordesillas, 153.
-, -, conversation with Queen Juana of, 154, 155, 156.
-, -, does not permit the Queen to go out, 154, 162.
-, -, finds it difficult to withstand the persuasive words of Queen Juana, 155.
-, -, instructions as to course of conduct and treatment of the Queen given by Charles to, 157.
-, -, prudence and attachment to the service of King Charles of, 157, 158.
-, -, all requisite caution and prudence with regard to the Queen is and will be observed by, 159, 160.
-, -, will keep the "secret" regarding the Queen, 160.
-, -, report of better treatment by King Charles of his mother, Queen Juana, spread by, 160.
-, -, thanks and congratulations tendered to Charles by, 161.
-, -, informs Charles of the manner of life of the Queen, 162.
-, -, begs Charles to send money for household expenses of the Queen, 163.
-, -, contentions concerning the saying of mass between the Queen and, 164, 169.
-, -, economical suggestions on occasion of a royal marriage made by, 164.
-, -, complaints of insubordination and want of secrecy amongst the Queen's women made by, 166, 167, 168.
-, -, instruction of, to his secretary Arayz, 169.
-, -, reports that the health of the Queen is good, but hot weather affects her "other indisposition," 169.
-, -, unhealthy condition of the country spoken of by, 169, 171, 172.
-, -, suggests to King Charles to give some pleasure to the Queen, 170.
-, -, precautions to prevent infection to Tordesillas used by, 171.
-, -, apprehends great difficulty in removing the Queen from Tordesillas, 172.
-, -, preparation made by, for removal of King Philip's corpse along with the Queen, 174.
-, -, cautious in the affairs of the mass, and all concerning the Queen, 175.
-, -, has accomplished the performance of mass before the Queen, 177.
-, -, gives an account to King Charles of the Queen's conduct during mass, 177, 178.
-, -, great precaution and vigilance in guarding Tordesillas used by, 178.
-, -, dreads the scandal and inconvenience removal from that place would cause, 179.
-, -, describes to the King the kind of chapel erected in the Queen's corridor, 180.
-, -, secrecy to be observed concerning the vote for the empire by, 182.
-, -, regrets expressed by, at the death of the Emperor (Maximilian), 182.
-, -, suggests that King Charles should show some care for his mother's welfare, 182.
-, -, writes concerning the bad state of things at Tordesillas to King Charles, 183, 184, 185.
-, -, it is reported that the Queen is kept prisoner by, 184.
-, -, alarm of, at serious nature of the pestilence, and mortality caused thereby, 184.
-, -, instructs Dr. Soto as to the conduct he is to pursue towards Queen Juana, 187.
-, -, recommends provision to be made for the Doctor, for appearance sake, 188.
-, -, long interview of the Queen Juana with, 190.
-, -, anger of the Queen with, 191.
-, -, his reasons for permitting no one to speak with the Queen, 191.
-, -, almost tempted to allow the Queen to go to Santa Clara, if only to undeceive the people, 192.
-, -, minute account of all that has passed at Tordesillas sent to the Emperor Charles by, 193, 194, 195, 196.
-, -, deception practised upon the Queen by, concerning the election of her son Charles as Emperor, 194.
-, -, tries to persuade the Queen to write to the dead Emperor, 194.
-, -, lying representations made to the Queen by, 195.
-, -, insists upon the necessity of keeping the Queen unseen by any one, 196.
-, -, observes and urges secrecy, and wishes a cipher for certain things, 196.
-, -, conversation with the Queen of, 197, 198, 199, 200.
-, -, disputes with and silences the Queen, 199.
-, -, cruelty of, towards the Queen in her illness, 200.
-, -, excuses made by, for not allowing the Queen to go to Valladolid, 201.
-, -, the Queen's complaints excite the pity of, 202.
-, -, his lies suspected by the Queen, 202.
-, -, altercations between the Queen and, 203.
-, -, intends to continue his system of deceit, 204.
-, -, is present at interview and conversation of Queen Juana with the Corregidor of Tordesillas, 204.
-, -, disliked by all the Queen's servants, 210, 226.
-, -, almost a prisoner
-, not permitted to leave the fortress of Tordesillas, 210.
-, -, interview of, with procuratois of the Junta of the Commons, 232.
-, -, intentions of, suspected, 232.
-, -, ordered by the procurators of the Junta to quit the Queen's service
-, refuses obedience, 234, 235.
-, -, is forcibly evicted, 235, 239.
-, -, goodwill of Burgos towards the Emperor and, 238.
-, -, disputes between the Junta and, 239.
-, -, has made no endeavour to restore the health of the Queen, 254.
-, -, expected with troops in Medina de Rioseco, 298.
-, -, quarrels between Count of Benavente and, 352.
-, -, dislike of and dissatisfaction at the return to Tordesillas of, 354, 356.
-, -, over zealous in execution of orders concerning the Queen, 366.
-, -, complains of and opposes the conduct of the Admiral with regard to the rebels and the Queen, 371.
-, -, appointments in Queen's household made by, 375.
-, -, favours solicited by, 376.
-, -, signature of, to document concerning Luther, 379.
-, -, endeavours to prevent service and consolation being rendered to the Queen by her confessor, 391.
-, -, and Marchioness, ill-treatment of Fray Avila by, 392.
-, -, reports to the Emperor on the present health and habits of the Queen, 393.
-, -, and Marchioness, force the Infanta to write in their favour to the Junta, 396.
-, -, -, close watch and ill treatment of the Infanta by, 397, 398.
-, -, conversation of, with the Queen, 403.
-, -, urges the necessity of removal of the Queen from Tordesillas, 404, 406.
-, -, suggests to the Emperor to apply the torture to his mother the Queen, 405.
-, -, complains of injurious appointments made by and interference of governors in Queen's household, 408, 409.
-, -, writes in praise of the Infanta, and defends his treatment of her, 411.
-, -, laments the death of King of Portugal
-, advises good relations to be maintained with his successor, 413.
-, -, congratulates the Emperor on his escape from a certain treasonable attempt, 414.
-, -, troops required for the Queen's service by, 415.
-, -, great dissatisfaction of the Queen with, 422.
-, -, suggests the use of the torture, and a priest, for the good and help of the Queen, 423.
-, -, shame felt by, for all that is said and done concerning the Queen, 427.
-, -, has persuaded the Queen to consent to confess, 428.
-, -, hopes the Queen's salvation may be effected by means of the Empress, 430.
-, -, mentioned also at, 156, 158, 163, 165, 186, 226, 233, 236, 237, 258, 262, 265, 351, 358, 374, 399, 401, 402, 416, 417, 425, 429.
-, -, letters of to :
1518 (?), King Charles, 154.
1518 April 27, do., 159.
1518 (?), May 27, do., 161.
1518 June 22, do., 164.
1518 July 30, do., 166.
1518 August 10, do., 171.
1518 September 13, do., 177.
1519, February 17, M. de Chivres, 181.
1519, April 20, King Charles, 183.
1519, June 6, do., 186.
1519, July 6 (?), Emperor Charles V., 190.
1519, September 26, do., 192.
1519, (?), October (?), do., 193.
1519, (?), (towards the end of), do., 197.
1520 (?), May (?), do., 200.
1520 (?), May (?), do., 202.
1520, September 22, do., 234.
1521, February 21, do., 371.
1521, March 12, do., 373.
1521, July 28 and Aug. 5, do., 393.
1522, January 25, do., 403.
1525 (?), May 23, do., 423.
1527, October 11, do., 425.
1527, October 16, do., 426.
1530 (?), February 23, Empress (Isabel), 428.
1531 (?), February 23, do., 429.
-, -, letters to, 156, 372.
Denmark, ambassadors from, with Henry VII., 112.
Diaz, Alonso, the licentiate, sign manual of, 233.
Diego, Don, son of Gomez de Santillan, at the battle of Tordesillas, 341.
Dower, the, of Princess Katharine of Wales, concerning the payment of, 2, 3, 4, 136.
-, -, jewels, plate, &c. to be given in part payment to Henry VII., of, 2, 3, 4, 8, 9, 87, 101.
-, -, delay in the payment of, 86, 104.
-, -, prorogation of the payment of 91, 92, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 106, 112, 119, 120, 122, 135.
-, -, letters of exchange to be employed for payment of, 112, 120, 136.
Duero, the river, 156, 158, 159.
Eleanor, or Leonor the Infanta Doa (sister of King Charles), 158, 162, 203.
-, -, projected marriage with King of Portugal of, 164.
Emperor, the, death of, see Maximilian, King of the Romans, 182.
Empress, the (Isabel), 428, 430.
-, -, letters from Marquis Denia to, 428, 429.
-, -, has visited Queen Juana, 429.
Empudia, 359, 364.
England, 13, 15, 49, 126.
English, the, 2, 26, 31.
- ladies, simplicity of the, at the palace, 41.
- ambassador in France, what is said by, 136, 137.
Enriquez, Don Hernando, 302.
Era (Lige?), Provost of, 153.
Escopeteras, note on the meaning of, 225.
Escudero, Pero, 205.
Falces, the Marquis of, present at the siege of Tordesillas, 330.
Felix, Count, of Wirtemberg, 148.
Ferdinand and Isabel the Catholic, mention made of and allusions to, passim.
-, -, news of Archduchess Juana sent by the Subprior of Santa Cruz to, 47, 49.
- -, are requested to provide for the sustenance of the servants of the Archduchess Juana, 62.
-, -, sacrifices which had been made by, for the uprooting of heresy, 385, 386.
- -, letters to, 47, 49.
Ferdinand the Catholic, King of Spain, mention of and allusions to, passim.
-, -, is entreated by his ambassador to send an old confessor of San Francisco to the Princess Katharine, 15.
-, -, is besought by his daughter Katharine to send to get redress for her sufferings, 17.
-, -, Charles of Castile engaged to daughter of Henry VII. without consent of, 18.
-, -, is implored by Princess Katharine to write to Henry VII. in favour of her confessor, 21.
-, obligations to King of England not fulfilled by, 24.
-, -, report sent by Membrilla of the conduct of the Princess Katharine at the English court to, 27, 28.
-, -, must remove the friar from the Princess Katharine, 28, 31.
-, -, dilatoriness of, 30.
-, -, entreated by the Princess not to credit statements of Membrilla against the confessor, 33.
-, -, informed of the state of health of Queen Katharine, 34, 35.
-, -, obedience to be given by Philip and Juana to, 63.
-, -, nominated by the procuradores of the kingdom to reign under certain contingencies, 66.
-, -, appointed governor and administrator of the kingdoms of Spain by Isabel in the name of and in case of the absence, inability or unwillingness of her lawful successor, Doa Juana, to reign, 66, 67.
-, -, oaths of homage sworn to, 70.
-, -, petitioned by the Cortes, in consequence of the alleged "infirmity" of Queen Juana, to govern in her stead, 71.
-, -, usurps the kingdoms of Queen Juana, 73.
-, -, dissimulation practised by, 73.
-, -, abandons the title of King, but reserves the power, 73.
-, -, a report that his daughter Juana is mad spread by, 74.
-, -, is about to meet his daughter Juana and her husband Philip, 76.
-, -, rumour of an intention to set up Queen Juana in opposition to King Philip and, 77.
-, -, forms a treaty of friendship, amity, and alliance with King Philip, 78.
-, -, agreement and oath made by, to unite with Philip to prevent any attempt of Juana to reign, 79, 80.
-, -, protestation of, against treaties concluded with King Philip at Villafafila, 81, 83, 84.
-, -, asserts that he was forced by fear and apprehension to sign said treaty with Philip, 82, 84.
-, -, bemoans the discomfort and unhappy position of his daughter Katharine, 85.
-, -, is entreated by Queen Juana and others to go to Castile to save it from ruin, 86.
-, -, advice given by, to Princess Katharine as to her plate, jewels, &c., 87.
-, -, admonishes Katharine to speak of her marriage (with Prince Henry) as a thing not to be undone, 88.
-, -, expresses his preference for Henry VII. as husband for Queen Juana, 88.
-, -, to go to Castile to manage affairs of Queen Juana, 88, 89, 92.
-, -, goodwill shown by Henry VII. to, 91.
-, -, prorogation of time of payment of dower granted by Henry VII. to, 92, 93, 96.
-, -, has written concerning projected marriage of Juana with Henry VII., 93.
-, -, is to ascertain wishes of Queen Juana regarding marriage, 94, 95.
-, -, government of Castile to be retained by, in case of Juana's marriage with King Henry VII., 95.
-, -, good impression produced in England by the letters of, 96.
-, -, entreated by Katharine to free her from the humiliations to which she is exposed, 100.
-, -, the necessities of the Princess Katharine must be provided for by, 101.
-, -, advantages which will accrue from the return to Castile of, 102.
-, -, a decided answer regarding projected marriage with Juana is required by Henry VII. from, 103.
-, -, advises the course of conduct to be pursued by Princess Katharine, 104.
-, -, great profession of love for Henry VII. made by, 106, 135.
-, -, is to use all his influence to make Juana marry King Henry, 107, 109.
-, -, considers said marriage of Juana would be of great advantage on all accounts, 108.
-, -, sends credentials for Princess Katharine of Wales and De Puebla, 108.
-, -, his presence necessary for the settlement of said marriage, 109.
-, -, no prince would be so acceptable as King Henry for son-in-law to, 110.
-, -, means to be used for the payment of dower by, 112, 120.
-, -, proofs given by De Puebla of loyalty towards, 113.
-, -, should send speedily his resolutions with respect to Queen Juana's marriage, 114.
-, -, on friendly terms with France, 116.
-, -, no trust to be placed in De Puebla by, but only in what Princess Katharine writes, 123, 127.
-, -, is implored by Princess Katharine to relieve her from misery and debts, 124.
-, -, King Henry desires a speedy answer concerning Queen Juana from, 124.
-, -, state of affairs at English court reported to, 128, 129, 130, 131.
-, -, is reported to have denied the marriage of Princess Katharine with Prince Henry, 128.
-, -, return to Castile of, 132, 133.
-, - denies reports spread concerning certain marriages, 137.
-, - is to employ all his energy to promote the marriage between King Henry and Queen Juana, 137.
-, - will not permit her marriage with any one except the King of England, 137, 139.
-, - awaits the performance of certain ceremonies, and the burial of her husband's corpse, before mentioning subject of marriage to Juana, 138.
-, - intercedes on behalf of his grandson, Don Carlos (Charles V.), with King of France, 139, 140.
-, - hopes to render God service in warring against the infidels, 140.
-, -, reference made to the wisdom of the late, 142.
-, - had ordered the rack to be applied to Queen Juana, 143.
-, - had left Mosen Ferrer in charge over Queen Juana, 144.
-, -, the treatment of Queen Juana had been settled by, 154.
-, -, reference made to the death of, 155, 194, 202, 250, 251.
-, -, the late, is represented to Queen Juana as still living, 197.
-, -, love for Juana of, 198.
-, -, his death made known to and lamented by Juana, 250, 251.
-, -, accused of having kept prisoner the Queen Juana, 306.
-, -, treaties of, with
-, King Philip, 1506, June 27th, Villafafila, 78.
-, -, letters of, to :
1507, March 15, Princess Katharine of Wales, 85.
1507, June 8th (?), de Puebla, 106.
1507, June 8th (?), Princess Katharine of Wales, 108.
1507, or beginning of 1508, De Puebla, 135.
-, -, letters to : 13, 16, 23, 33, 34, 90, 97, 99, 111, 122, 126.
-, -, mention made of the late : 141, 152, 163, 170, 179, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 201, 205, 244, 248, 290, 306, 370, 385, 399, 411, 412.
Ferdinand, the Seor Infante, son of Juana, brother of Charles V., 160.
-, -, secrecy regarding the Queen Juana observed towards, 160.
-, -, the Queen Juana desires the return of, 195, 198, 203.
-, -, projected marriage between daughter of King of France and, 198, 199.
-, -, mention made of, 346.
Ferdinand, King Don, son of King Alfonso of Naples, 92.
Fernandez Diego, the Friar Confessor to Katharine, Princess of Wales, confessor and chancellor to Queen Katharine, 13, 36.
-, -, governs the household of the Princess, 13.
-, -, disorder caused by, 14.
-, -, slanders cast upon, 15.
-, -, conversation with Membrilla of, 15.
-, -, held in bad odour by the King and all the English, 16, 31.
-, -, his hardships, proficiency, and faithful service spoken of by Princess Katharine, 19.
-, -, accused of interfering with ambassadorial affairs, 20.
-, -, demands permission to leave the Princess, 21.
-, -, command and bad influence over Princess Katharine exercised by, 25, 27.
-, -, compels the Princess to obey his orders instead of those of King Henry, 26.
-, -, accompanies the Princess to Richmond, 27.
-, -, a "pestiferous" person
-, need for his removal, 28.
-, -, discredit brought on her Highness Princess Katharine by, 30.
-, -, destitute of good qualities or parts, 31.
-, -, vindicated by Princess Katharine, 33.
-, -, letter to King Ferdinand from, 34.
-, -, the state of health of Queen Katharine reported by, 35.
-, -, fears and suspects Caroz, 37.
-, -, dissimulations used by Luis Caroz towards, 37, 38.
-, -, the rule held over the Queen and her household by, 37.
-, -, suspicions expressed of the sanity of, 37.
-, -, prevents Luis Caroz from communicating with the Queen, 37.
-, -, dismisses Francisca de Cceres from Queen Katharine's service, 38.
-, -, denies the scandals in the palace concerning certain favourites, 40.
-, -, stubbornness of, 41.
-, -, absurdities concerning the condition of the Queen related by, 43.
-, -, letter to Henry VIII. from, 44.
-, -, vehement vindication of his reputation by, 45.
Fernando Gonzalve de Crdoba, called the Grand Captain, 73.
-, -, Jehan de Hesdin, sent on mission to, 73.
Fernan Duque, 92, 100.
Ferrer, Mosen, 141.
-, -, letter to Cardinal Cisneros from, 141.
-, -, complains of the malice, envy, and injustice shown towards him, 142, 143.
-, -, could not prevent that the rack was ordered to be applied to Queen Juana, 143.
-, -, expostulates against affronts being offered to him in his old age, 143, 144.
Fez, Queen of, 371.
Flanders, inhospitality practised in, 48.
-, Juana's religious reputation not good in, 55.
-, Madame Margaret, Duchess Dowager of Savoy, in, 104.
-, ambassador from, at Court of Hen. VII., 112, 115, 116.
-, Infante Ferdinand in, 195, 198.
-, see also at, 51, 118, 126, 139, 140, 200, 203, 222, 226, 258, 259, 265, 267, 281, 284, 309.
Flemings, the, 55, 139.
Flomesta, Marshal de, 330.
Flomonte, Beltran de, mayor domo, 187.
Florentine merchants to pay letters of exchange, 120.
Foix, Monsieur de, 129.
-, -, report of marriage between Queen Juana and, 137.
Fonseca, Antonio de, 427.
-, Gutiere de, 216, 227, 280, 302, 427.
-, -, hated by the Commons, 281.
-, -, captain-generalship bestowed by Emperor Charles upon, 285.
-, Juan Rodriguez de, 427.
France, English ambassadors in, 136.
-, successes of Emperor Charles V. in, 416.
-, mentioned at, 264, 413.
France, King of (Louis XII.), ambassador of, staying in Spain, 91.
-, -, ambassadors appointed to go from England to the, 96.
-, -, ambassadors from the, with King Henry VII., 111, 115.
-, -, accused of entering into negotiations to procure his election as Emperor, 115.
-, -, ambition of, 115.
-, -, recognised as sovereign lord of Flanders and Artois, 116.
-, -, must be persuaded from meddling in the affairs of the Empire and the Pope, 117.
-, -, would do nothing to the prejudice of the marriage between the Prince and Princess of Wales, 136.
-, -, friendly feeling towards King Ferdinand of, 137.
-, -, desires to treat Prince Charles with consideration, 139.
-, -, marriage spoken of between the Infante Ferdinand and a daughter of, 198.
-, -, the disturber of peace, 416.
-, -, see also at 119, 128, 140.
Franco, Gonzalo. regidor of Valladolid, 222.
Francisco, San, an old confessor of the order of, to be sent to Princess Katharine, 15.
French, the, perpetual enemies of Castile and Aragon, 73.
-, soldiers, 98.
-, city of Tilmote(?) taken by the, 133.
-, the, must be prevented from invading Navarra, 226.
Friars, from Paris, at the court of Archduchess Juana, 51.
-, Dominican, 424.
-, Franciscan Observant, General of, 103, 424.
-, Observant, 51.
Fuensalida, Gutierre Gomez de, Knight Commander of Membrilla, Spanish ambassador in England, 13, 100, 287.
-, -, letter from, to King Ferdinand the Catholic, 13.
-, -, writes of the disorderly condition of household of Princess Katharine of Wales, 13, 14.
-, -, ill-treatment of, by the Princess, 14.
-, -, conversation between the friar confessor and, 15.
-, -, anger and passion of, excited thereby, 16.
-, -, rough behaviour of, towards King Henry VII., 17.
-, -, quarrels with the Princess's confessor, 20.
-, -, accused of misrepresentations, 21.
-, -, letter to King Ferdinand from, 23.
-, -, displeasure of Henry VII. with, 24.
-, -, access to Princess Katharine denied to, 25.
-, -, relates errors into which Princess Katharine is led by the friar, 25, 26, 27.
-, -, regrets his previous harsh judgment of Henry VII.
-, marvels at his forbearance, 27.
-, -, the necessity for removing this "pestiferous friar" insisted on by, 28, 31.
-, -, urges restraint of the extravagances committed by the Princess, 28.
-, -, precautions for the payment of the King of England taken by, 29.
-, -, letter to Miguel Perez de Almazan from, 29.
-, -, repeats to Almazan the injury the friar confessor Fernandez has brought and brings on the Princess, 30.
-, -, writes only in "parables" concerning the friar to King Ferdinand, 31.
-, -, complains of the expense of living in England, 32.
Galicia, 200, 287.
-, the Adelantado of, 302.
Galician, a, messenger of Membrilla, 32.
Gama, Doctor de la, 245.
Gelves, the, troops from, 280, 286, 298.
General Junta, see Junta.
Genoese merchants, to pay letters of exchange, 120.
Germaine de Foix, Queen, reference made to, 250.
German troops, 147, 319.
-, Martin Luther a, 384.
-, people, the, should be powerfully moved against Luther, 387.
Germans (soldiery) for Spain, 226, 276, 374.
-, heresy extirpated out of Bohemia by, 387.
Germany, 58, 116, 200, 258, 382.
-, discord and schism sown by Martin Luther in, 377, 380.
-, Emperor of, what is due from Charles V. as, 385.
Giron, Don Pedro de, discountenances the usurpation of power by the Commons in the Queen Juana's name, 227.
-, -, bribes the member for Valladolid, 271.
-, -, large forces collected by, 307.
-, -, pretensions to the crown of Castile of, 319.
-, -, refused admittance into Valladolid, 343.
-, -, in bad repute
-, is branded with the title of traitor by the Commons, 345, 346.
-, -, offers to go over to the Emperor's army, 349.
-, -, see also at, 272, 294, 321, 329, 336, 342, 344, 353.
Gomez, Leonor, 167.
Gonzalez, Manuel Garcia, copy of a letter certified as correct by, 191.
Gonzalez, Cardinal Don Pedro, surnamed the Great Cardinal of Spain, 271.
Granada, kingdom of, conquered by King Ferdinand, 64.
-, -, Doa Juana, queen of, 79.
-, -, willing to show obedience to the Emperor, 241, 320.
-, Archbishop of, signature of, to protestation against Luther, 388.
-, Chancery of, President of, 242, 367.
-, Dean of, Dr. Manso, 242.
-, the Infante of, 294.
-, Infante of, captain of Valladolid, 296.
-, -, see also at, 73, 78, 179, 278, 311.
-, Fernando de, escrivano, document signed by, 208.
Greenwich, letter dated from, 36.
Grimaldis, Augustin de, merchant, 114.
Grimaldo, Francisco de, merchant, 19, 29, 38.
Grisio, Gaspar de, secretary to Queen Isabel, 64.
-, letter patent signed by, 68.
Guadalaxara, 210, 228.
Guelderland, Duke of, 116.
Gueldres, duchy of, 117.
-, Duke of, 116, 133, 139.
Guevara, Don Diego de, ambassador from Flanders, 116.
-, Doctor, 223, 230.
-, -, signature of, to protestation against Luther, 388.
-, Don Pero Velez de, sent on a mission to the Emperor Charles V., 287.
Guipuzcoa, 278, 283, 376.
Gutierrez, Alonso, 314, 334.
Guzman, Pero Lasso de la Vega y de, homage rendered to Queen Juana by, 247.
Hainaut, county of, 139.
-, the Count of, son of the Constable of Castile, commander-in-chief of the Imperial army, 328.
-, -, letter to the Constable of Castile from, 328.
-, -, detailed account of the siege of Tordesillas, conduct of the troops, &c., given by, 328 to 330.
-, -, a visit and loyal assurances made to the Queen Juana by, 331.
-, -, troops sent to Simancas by, 333.
-, -, services of, recognised by the Emperor, 372.
-, -, signature of, to address concerning Luther, 379.
-, -, mention of, 332, 334, 337, 339, 350, 355.
Henriquez, Don Fadrique, Admiral of Castile, 237, 299.
-, -, appointed governor in conjunction with the Constable of Castile and Cardinal of Tortosa, 237.
-, -, consultation to be held between Constable, Cardinal, and, 283.
-, -, troops kept in readiness by, 298.
-, -, strives in vain to pacify Valladolid
-, desires to enter into communications with the Junta, 321.
-, -, will accept the office of governor only on certain conditions, 322, 323.
-, -, justifies his conduct, 323, 324.
-, interview of, with Queen Juana, 332, 351.
-, -, indiscreet demands and conduct of, 335, 336.
-, -, has not accepted the office of governor, yet commands as though a King, 350.
-, -, bad consequences anticipated from the anger and passion of, 353.
-, -, has accepted the office of governor, zealous and diligent in business, 357, 359.
-, -, his advice as to courses to be pursued in present circumstances, 359, 360.
-, -, acts in opposition to the interests of the Emperor, 371.
-, -, joins in an address to the Emperor praying for the prevention and extirpation of the heresy promulgated by Martin Luther, and for his punishment, 376 to 379.
-, -, interference of, in affairs of Queen's household, 408.
-, -, reports to Emperor the lamentable condition of the Queen, her sufferings and dissatisfaction, 422.
-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 15th January 1525 (?), Medina, 422.
-, -, -, see also at, 269, 316, 322, 331, 334, 337, 347, 349, 363, 364.
Henry VII., King, mention of and allusions to, passim.
-, -, looking after his interests, 2.
-, -, shame of, at demands he had made concerning Princess Katharine's plate, jewels, &c., 2, 4, 5, 9.
-, -, fears to be thought a miser, 5.
-, -, accuses De Puebla of seeking to make discord between Ferdinand, Isabel, and, 8.
-, -, mean reasons ascribed to, for wishing Princess Katharine to go to Wales, 9, 10.
-, -, speaks to the Princess on the subject of her confessor, Friar Diego Fernandez, 14.
-, -, abhorrence for the confessor felt by, 16.
-, -, mean and unkind conduct towards Princess Katharine of, 17, 18.
-, -, illness of, 23.
-, -, marriage proposed between Madame Margaret and, 23.
-, -, is pressed by his nobles to get his son married, 23, 24.
-, -, his anger against the Spanish ambassador, 24, 25.
-, -, the conduct of Princess Katharine grieves and annoys, 25, 27.
-, -, not so much blame as was imagined with regard to the Princess is due to, 27.
-, -, resents the demand for the return to Spain of Princess Katharine, 28.
-, -, secrets of Spanish ambassador revealed to, 30.
-, -, disapproves the presence of the Friar Fernandez, 31.
-, -, money sent to Subprior of Santa Cruz by, 48.
-, -, proposed marriage of, with Queen Juana, 88, 89.
-, -, dangerous illness of, 90.
-, -, gives audience to De Puebla, the Spanish ambassador, 90.
-, -, grants prorogation to Ferdinand for payment of Princess Katharine's dower, 92, 96, 98, 99, 112, 135.
-, -, his reputation of being rich, 92.
-, -, satisfaction of, concerning proposed marriage with Queen Juana, 93.
-, -, to send ambassador to Spain to treat of his marriage with Queen Juana, 94, 98.
-, -, two points to be conceded by, 95.
-, -, would go first to stay in Castile if necessary, 96.
-, -, satisfied with Ferdinand's reasons concerning nonpayment of Princess Katharine's dower, 98.
-, -, does not think it well to send an embassy to Castile without some certainty of the marriage with Juana being concluded, 103, 107, 109.
-, -, readiness of, to give up marriage with Madame Margaret in favour of that with Juana, 104.
-, -, possesses the goodwill of Ferdinand with respect to his projected marriage with Juana, 107, 110.
-, -, reasons for postponing marriage negotiations given by Ferdinand to, 107, 109.
-, -, virtue, prudence, and power of, 110.
-, -, ambassadors from France, the Pope, &c., sent to, 111.
-, -, gives audiences to Puebla at Woodstock, 112.
-, -, will do even more than could be expected if the marriage with Queen Juana is carried out, 114.
-, -, very desirous to marry Queen Juana even if "worse things were said of her insanity," 115.
-, -, King of Romans endeavours to induce, to declare war against King of France, 115.
-, -, desires to keep peace and friendship with France, 117.
-, -, hope of marriage being concluded with Juana influences greatly the conduct of, 119.
-, -, virtue and truth of, 121.
-, -, absorbed in hunting to the delay of business, 122.
-, -, considers his son Henry free so long as the dower is not fully paid, 122.
-, -, glorifies his own magnanimity, 123.
-, -, impatience of, with respect to marriage with Queen Juana, 124, 125.
-, -, wishes Princess Katharine to enlist Cardinal Cisneros in favour of said marriage, 125.
-, -, conversation of, with Princess Katharine, 128, 129.
-, -, delay in anwer to his proposed marriage with Queen Juana injurious to, 129, 130.
-, -, improves in words and professions but not in deeds, 130.
-, -, disappointment at sudden departure from England of Queen Juana felt by, 132.
-, -, passionate temper of, 132.
-, -, affection of, for Queen Juana, 133.
-, -, wisdom, treasures, and virtues of, extolled by Princess Katharine, 134.
-, -, good results likely to ensue from marriage between Juana and, 134.
-, -, King Ferdinand undertakes to fulfil all to the satisfaction of, 136.
-, -, willingness of, to consult interest and honour of Ferdinand, 139.
-, -, inclined to make war on Infidels, 140.
Henry VIII., as Prince of Wales, marriage mooted between Duke Albert's daughter and, 23.
-, -, his marriage much desired by the kingdom, 23.
-, -, the friar Fernandez is with the Princess Katharine against the will of, 31.
-, -, seldom allowed to see the Princess Katharine, 104.
-, -, marriage of, with Princess Katharine to be soon accomplished, 113, 120.
-, -, delay in the marriage not disagreeable to, 122.
-, King, 34.
-, -, his love for Queen Katharine, 35.
-, -, wisdom and perfection of, 35.
-, -, a sister of the Duke of Buckingham favourite of, 39.
-, -, suspected love intrigue of, 39.
-, -, displeasure of, with the Duke of Buckingham, 39.
-, -, turns the Queen's favourite and her husband out of the palace, 40.
-, -, dissension between the Queen and, 40.
-, -, ought to console the Queen in her possible sadness, 43.
-, -, letter from Diego Fernandez, confessor and chancellor of Queen Katharine to, 1515 (?), 44.
Herera, 150, 151.
Hernan Duque (see Fernan Duque), 150.
Hernando, Don, brother of the Admiral, 268.
-, -, brother of Marquis of Denia, 410.
Hesdin, Jehan de, equerry and quartermaster to King Philip, 73.
-, -, sent on mission to Gonzalve Fernando, 73.
High Chancellor, the, letter of Emperor Charles V. signed by, 260.
High Steward, the, 191.
Hinestrosa, the knight commander, not heard or received by the Junta, 262, 285.
Holiness, his, (Pope Leo X.) a bull concerning the Inquisition to be revoked by, 300.
Holy Father (Pope Leo X.), nuncio of, in Valladolid, 360.
Hungary, King of, 375.
Hurtado, Fray Juan, 424.
Hurtado, Lope, see Mendoza, 244.
Infante, the Seor, see Ferdinand Infante.
-, of Granada, see Granada.
Infantadgo, Duke of, 228, 230.
Infantazgo, Duke of, contributions of men and money made by, 347.
Inquisition, the Holy, instituted by Ferdinand and Isabel to uproot heresy, 149, 385.
-, the bull to be revoked concerning, 300.
-, Martin Luther endeavours to hinder and weaken the holy office of the, 377.
-, the Council of, 242.
Instructions from the grandees of Spain to the Duke of Alva touching the affairs of Luther, 380.
Isabeau or Ysabeau, see Queen Isabel, 73.
Isabel, Queen of Spain, 1.
-, -, explanations of Henry VII. to be sent to, 4.
-, -, illness and recovery of, 51.
-, -, advice of, well received by Archduchess Juana, 54.
-, -, anxious to know the whole manner of life of Juana, 55.
-, -, an appointment in household of Juana to be made by, 56.
-, -, desires persons of good fame to be about her daughter Juana, 57.
-, -, clause of the will of, 1504, November 19th (?), 63.
-, -, orders Philip and Juana to be obedient children and subjects to King Ferdinand, 63.
-, -, letter patent of, 1504, November 23rd, 64.
-, -, style and title of, 64.
-, -, provision made for the possible absence, inability, or unwillingness of Juana to reign on the death of, 65.
-, -, nominates King Ferdinand to govern in the name of Juana, 66, 67.
-, -, ordains that her grandson Don Carlos may reign when he has attained the age required by law, 67.
-, -, the will and letter patent of, exhibited at the Cortes in Toro, 1505, 70.
-, -, orders of, respecting the government of the kingdom, approved and sworn to by the procurators, 70.
-, -, wishes of, with regard to the property of the Crown, to be observed, 71.
-, -, letters to, 1, 54.
-, -, mention of the late, 97, 102, 114, 155, 179, 188, 221, 225, 240, 250, 289, 290, 346, 385, 386, 405, 411, 412.
Italy, 98, 116.
Juana, Queen of Castile, as Archduchess, wife of Philip Archduke of Austria, mention of and allusions to, passim.
-, -, subprior of Santa Cruz received with joy by, 47.
-, -, gentleness of, 47.
-, -, disquieted by the rumour that the subprior has gone as her confessor, 49.
-, -, expected confinement of, 50, 51, 53.
-, -, is reported to associate with and confess to the "friars from Paris," 51.
-, -, admonished by Fray Andreas, 52, 53.
-, -, confinement of, 54.
-, -, is considered hard hearted and devoid of piety, 54.
-, -, strict observance of religion in the house of, 55.
-, -, complaints made against, 55.
-, -, is not permitted to have government of her household, 55.
-, -, disturbances at the court of, concerning certain offices, 57 to 61.
-, -, intimidation of, 57.
-, -, poverty of, 57.
-, -, want of frankness shown by, 60.
-, -, is to provide for the places in the household of her daughter, 61.
-, -, forced to sign away money, 62.
-, -, servants of, die of starvation, 62.
-, -, admonished in Queen Isabel's will to show obedience to Ferdinand, 63.
-, -, provisions made by Queen Isabel in case of the absence or inability or unwillingness to reign of her heiress, 65, 67.
-, -, the Infante Don Carlos, son of, to reign when of age, 67.
-, -, allegiance sworn by the procurators of the kingdom to, 70.
-, -, in consequence of the alleged "infirmity" of, the administration and guardianship of the kingdom devolves upon Ferdinand, 71.
-, -, King Ferdinand has endeavoured to usurp the kingdom of, 73.
-, -, King Ferdinand spreads report of the madness of, 74.
-, -, the Constable desires to set up the claims of, in opposition to Philip and Ferdinand, 77.
-, -, stated as disinclined to occupy herself in the government of her kingdoms, 79.
-, -, on account of "infirmities and sufferings," is to be prevented if she attempt to use her prerogatives, 79.
-, -, treaty of Villafafila prejudicial to, 81, 83.
-, -, deprived of her liberty and all her rights as heiress by Philip, 82.
-, -, Ferdinand to assist in the recovery of the liberty and prerogatives of, 83, 84.
-, -, retirement of, in consequence of her husband's death, 86.
-, -, proposed marriage between Henry VII. of England and, 88, 93, 98.
-, -, requires management, 89.
-, -, proposed marriage of Henry VII. with, 93, 98, 103, 114, 130.
-, -, the "infirmity" of, not counted as much of an impediment to marriage, 94.
-, -, her wishes regarding marriage to be ascertained by Ferdinand, 89, 94, 95, 107, 108, 109, 110.
-, -, to be persuaded to live in England in case of her marriage, 95.
-, -, is to be induced by Ferdinand to marry King Henry, 107, 109.
-, -, advantages likely to ensue if said marriage is accepted by, 110.
-, -, her marriage with King Henry much desired in England, 115.
-, -, regret felt by King Henry at hasty departure from England of, 132, 133.
-, -, affection felt by King Henry for, 133.
-, -, greatness and satisfaction marriage with King Henry is likely to give to, 134.
-, -, report of a marriage between Monsieur de Foix and, 136.
-, -, carries about with her her husband's corpse, 137.
-, -, desires delay as to another marriage until her husband is buried, 138.
-, had been imprisoned during her father's lifetime, 142.
-, -, "infirmity" of, 142.
-, -, health and service of, neglected, 142.
-, -, had attempted to destroy her life by abstinence from food, 143.
-, -, the rack applied to, by order of Ferdinand, 143.
-, -, Mosen Ferrer suspected of attempts against the health and life of, 143.
-, -, is to be well treated, well guarded and watched, 147.
-, -, the health of, not to be spoken of to King Charles, 150.
-, -, advancement of the party of, 152.
-, -, Marquis of Denia appointed governor of the household at Tordesillas of, 153.
-, -, is not permitted to go out, 154.
-, -, is assured that her son Charles had gone to Spain to remedy her position, 154.
-, -, violence used by, towards her servants, 155.
-, -, improvement in the health and disposition of, 157.
-, - care and secrecy to be observed respecting the affairs and conversations of, 157, 159.
-, -, the Marquis of Denia will keep the "secret" respecting, 160.
-, -, mode of life of, 162, 164.
-, -, reforms to be effected by Cardinal Cisneros in the household of, 162.
-, -, contests between the Marquis and, concerning the performance of mass, 164.
-, -, disorderly conduct and want of secrecy amongst the women of, 166, 167, 168.
-, -, her health good, but her "other indisposition" affected by the weather, 169.
-, desirable to gain the consent of, for celebration of mass, 169.
-, -, means by which pleasure should be given to, 170.
-, -, a mule wanted for, 171.
-, -, anxiety of Charles for the health of, 171.
-, -, difficulties anticipated in the removal from Tordesillas of, 172.
-, -, her husband's corpse must accompany her if she is removed from Tordesillas, 174.
-, -, has at last heard mass, 175, 177, 178.
-, -, caution observed by the Marquis and Marchioness in all concerning the, 175.
-, -, chapel constructed in the corridor of the house of, 177.
-, -, conduct during mass of, 177, 178.
-, -, is well, in her usual condition, and hears mass every day, 180, 189.
-, -, some attentions should be shown by King Charles towards, 183.
-, -, reports spread concerning, 184.
-, -, no one is permitted to speak with, 184.
-, -, desires that some of the grandees be sent for to speak with her, 190.
-, -, her anger against the Marquis, 191.
-, -, excited state of, 192.
-, -, demands to see her treasurer to have money given her, 192, 193.
-, -, desires that her father (the late King Ferdinand) be asked to provide her with money, 193, 194.
-, -, deception practised upon, concerning the election of her son Charles to the empire, 194.
-, -, desires the return of the Infante Ferdinand, 195.
-, -, falsehoods concerning the late Emperor and Infante Ferdinand told by the Marquis to, 195.
-, -, the death of Maximilian and King Ferdinand concealed from, 195, 197, 199.
-, -, desires the Marquis to ask better treatment for her from King Ferdinand, 196, 197.
-, -, speaks words which would "move stones," 196.
-, -, protests against being locked up and kept a prisoner, 197.
-, -, apprehensions of, concerning safety of the Infante Ferdinand, 198.
-, -, is informed that the old Emperor (Maximilian) had renounced in favour of her son King Charles, 198.
-, -, disputes between the Marquis and
-, fears lest the Infanta Catalina should be taken from her, 199.
-, -, is ill, desires a physician, and is refused one, 200.
-, -, complains of her sufferings
-, orders that her father be written to, to give her relief, 201.
-, -, rumours spread of the imprisonment of, 201.
-, -, passionate complaints of, 202.
-, -, altercations between the Marquis and, 203.
-, -, earnestly desires to see and speak with the grandees, 203.
-, -, conversation held by, with Bernardo de Castro, lieutenant corregidor of Tordesillas, 204.
-, -, has negotiated with the captains of the Commons' army, 206.
-, -, has spoken with wisdom and prudence, 207, 209.
-, -, the rebel Commons threaten to carry away, 209.
-, -, the Commons endeavour to get the signature of, 210.
-, -, what passed between the Commissioners of the Junta of the Commons and, 212, 213.
-, -, commission given to the Junta by, 212.
-, -, gracious response of, in praise of the Junta, 214.
-, -, orders and consents to the coming of the Junta to Tordesillas, 214.
-, -, the Junta do all in the name of, and treat her as sane and able to govern, 215.
-, -, threatened with separation from the Infanta, 216.
-, -, mandates issued in the name of, 216, 220.
-, -, detention by force and oppression of, gains rumour, 217.
-, -, is as sane and prudent as when first she married, 217.
-, -, has been imprisoned by her son as though insane, 218.
-, -, refuses her signature, 220.
-, -, her servants publish the tyranny practised against, 220.
-, -, is as able to govern as was her mother, Queen Isabel, 221, 225, 240.
-, -, rumours circulated of the sanity and capacity of, 225, 240.
-, -, terrified into submission, 227.
-, -, will not be induced to retain the Marquis, 232.
-, -, the Marquis will not leave unless commanded by, 234, 239.
-, -, has refused to order away the Marquis, 235, 236.
-, -, declines to hear the procurators of the Junta, 237.
-, -, is reported as insane, 240.
-, -, counter reports of the state of, 240.
-, -, conversation with the members of the Commons' Junta held by, 245.
-, -, the deputation received gladly and graciously by, 247.
-, -, is entreated to have confidence, and govern her kingdoms, 248, 249.
-, -, speech of the Doctor Zuiga to, 248.
-, -, protestations of devotion made to, 249.
-, -, what is said in the answer returned by, 250, 251, 252.
-, -, laments her father's death
-, complains that knowledge of it had been witheld, 250.
-, -, had desired to occupy herself with her affairs, but had been impeded, 250.
-, -, entrusts her affairs to the Commons' Junta, 251.
-, -, thanks are returned, for the grace and favour shown by, 252.
-, -, her restoration to health will be the remedy for all troubles, 254.
-, -, solemn processions and public prayers advised to procure the recovery of the health of, 255.
-, -, the Emperor Charles V. laments the affronts which have been put upon, 258.
-, -, compassion for, should induce the Emperor to go to Spain, 265.
-, -, death of, is feared if not liberated from the power of the Junta, 265.
- -, irregular mode of life and bad condition of, 266.
-, -, extraordinary treatment by the Junta of, 269.
-, -, withholds her signature, 270.
-, -, cruelty and disrespect of the Junta towards, 275.
-, -, preparations made by the Junta for the abduction of, 275.
-, -, measures of the Constable for restoration of freedom to, 276.
-, -, hard pressed by the procurators to sign
-, excuses with which she refuses their demands, 288 to 292.
-, -, shrewdly observes on the necessity for the presence and co-operation of her councillors, 290.
-, -, requested to take up her residence in Valladolid, 293.
-, -, pitiable condition of, 297.
-, -, orders issued by the Junta in the name of, 302.
-, -, is said to be tormented by evil spirits
-, means used for her recovery, 305.
-, -, threatened removal by the Junta from Tordesillas of, 306.
-, -, dangers which might ensue if signatures were obtained from, 325.
-, -, gracious reception given to Count of Haro by, 331.
-, -, interview of the Admiral of Castile with, 332.
-, -, demands made by the Admiral of, and acceded to by, 335, 336, 337, 353.
-, -, orders the grandees to be admitted into Tordesillas, and the Commons to disband their troops, 341.
-, -, conduct of, during and after the battle of Tordesillas
-, endeavours to escape, 341, 344, 345.
-, -, kindly words spoken by, in favour of the Emperor when accused of usurpation, 344.
-, -, importuned, and threatened with starvation by the Junta, to induce her to sign, 348.
-, -, in good health, but has passed three days without eating, 358.
-, -, rejoices in the presence of the grandees, 358.
-, -, refuses the urgent requests of the Admiral for her signature, 371.
-, -, health, suffering, and habits of, 393, 403.
-, -, forbids the Marchioness to have private access to the Infanta, 394.
-, -, cruel treatment to which the Marchioness subjects, 401.
-, -, desires the presence of the grandees for despatch of business, 403.
-, -, necessity for and manner to be employed in removal from Tordesillas of, 404, 405, 406.
-, -, proposed application of the torture to, 405, 423.
-, -, excited behaviour of, 406.
-, -, caution to be used in case anything happens to endanger the life of, 418.
-, -, dissatisfaction, troubles, suffering, and condition of, 422.
-, -, irregular habits of life of, 423.
-, -, a priest proposed for the help of, 424.
-, -, contemplated removal to Toro of, 425, 426, 427.
-, -, secrecy with which must be effected the removal of, 426.
-, -, consents to confess, 428.
-, -, a hope that the Empress may be the means of effecting the salvation of, 430.
-, -, letters to, 50, 132.
Junta, the, assembled in Avila, 206, 213, 218, 223, 224, 226, 262.
-, form and manner of watching Her Highness the Queen Juana to be concerted by, 207.
-, what passed between Queen Juana and the Commissioners of, 212.
-, commission given by Queen Juana to, 212.
-, Juana commands and consents to the coming to her of members of the, 214, 215.
-, persecutions, robberies, and mischief perpetrated by, 215.
-, succour the bishop of Zamora, 224.
-, expected in Tordesillas, 224.
-, letter from the Commissioners of the Junta to 18th September 1520, 231.
-, disputes between the Marquis of Denia and, 239.
-, deliberate and dispute as to whether orders shall be given in the name of the Queen alone or jointly with the Emperor, 240.
-, authority assumed and mandate issued by, 241.
-, endeavour by bribery to gain over the imperial troops, 242.
-, conversation between Queen Juana and the members of, 245.
-, letter to the town of Valladolid from, 26th September 1520, 253.
-, privy councillors arrested by, 263.
-, the Queen Juana in danger from, 265.
-, held in abhorrence for their deeds at Tordesillas, 266.
-, dangers of the roads owing to the soldiers of, 267.
- extremes gone to by, to obtain the Queen's signature, 269.
-, divisions amongst the, 270.
-, debated and decided by, that the title of King be bestowed on Emperor Charles V., 270.
-, seditions fomented in favour of, 271.
-, great forces to carry off the Queen from Tordesillas enlisted by, 275.
-, Pedro de Cartagena proclaims the wickedness and treason of, 283.
-, a messenger sent to the Emperor by, 285.
-, a rebel barber brings orders from, 295.
-, treatment of and designs on the Queen by, 297.
-, business despatched in the name of the Queen by, 302.
-, modes adopted by, to induce the Queen to sign decrees, 304, 348.
-, army assembled by, 306.
-, -, royal moneys seized and authority usurped by, 307.
-, menaces and hatred of, against the Council, 308.
-, desire to confer with the Cardinal, 310.
-, driven out of Tordesillas, 331.
-, endeavour to recover Tordesillas, 359.
-, measures necessary to oppose and overcome army, and purposes of, 360.
-, ambassador sent by King of Portugal to, 361.
-, see also at, 206, 208, 222, 223, 234, 235, 241, 242, 244, 254, 262, 272, 277, 279, 282, 284, 309, 312, 314, 323, 327, 330, 332, 335, 337, 353, 358, 360, 396, 397, 401.
-, General, of the kingdom, see Junta.
-, of Valladolid, see Junta.
Jaen, the city of, 215.
-, death of the bishop of, 314.
-, bishopric of, requests for the, 315, 320, 376.
Jerusalem, Ferdinand King of, 78, 81.
Jews in Castile, 385, 386.
Juan, Don, King (d'Albret) of Navarra, death of, 151.
-, Don, holds prisoner his brother the Duke of Sidonia, 222.
-, -, son of Count of Benavente, 315.
Katharine, Princess of Wales, explanations given by Henry VII. to, concerning her dower, 2.
-, -, to write Henry VII's explanations to her parents, 4, 5.
-, -, divided opinions as to whether, should go to Wales with her husband, 5, 6.
-, -, no provision made for household of, by the King, 7, 11.
-, -, due provision to be made by Prince Arthur for, 7.
-, -, sets out for Wales, 8.
-, -, disorderly condition of household of, 13, 14, 15.
-, -, household of, governed by the young friar confessor Diego Fernandez, 13.
-, -, is led astray by her confessor, 13.
-, -, resentment to Membrilla shown by, 14, 25.
-, -, a confessor of the order of San Francisco to be sent to amend life and household of, 15.
-, -, at Richmond, 16.
-, -, unkindness of the King towards, 17, 18.
-, -, reduced to the extremity of selling her goods for the support of herself and servants, 18.
-, -, laments the hardships to which her confessor is exposed, 18.
-, -, speaks of the faithful service of this "best of confessors," 19.
-, -, poverty of, 19.
-, -, vehement defence of her confessor by, 20.
-, -, entreats her father's interference in behalf of the confessor, 21.
-, -, despair and suffering of, 21.
-, -, desires to pass her remaining days in serving God, 22.
-, -, submits to the dictation of the friar Diego Fernandez, 25, 26.
-, -, scene between the friar and, 26.
-, -, arrives at Richmond in strange company, 27.
-, -, is not seen by King Henry for more than 20 days, 27.
-, -, sells her plate to satisfy the follies and expenses of the friar, 28.
-, -, the friar's presence injurious to, 30.
-, -, the friar confessor must be withdrawn from, 31.
-, -, beseeches King Ferdinand not to believe reports adverse to her and her confessor, 33.
-, -, asseverates the loyalty of her confessor, 33.
-, -, fears trouble will shorten her life, 34.
-, -, love and sorrow expressed by King Ferdinand for his daughter, 85.
-, -, thinks the King of England will not accept the jewels, &c. at above a certain value, 87.
- -, must conduct herself prudently towards King Henry VII., 88.
-, -, to observe secrecy with respect to the projected marriage of her sister Queen Juana and Henry VII., 89.
-, -, impatience of, 92.
-, -, King Ferdinand writes to, concerning embassy to be sent from England to Spain to treat of Juana's marriage with Henry VII., 94.
-, -, anxiety of, with regard to payment of her dower, 99.
-, -, complains of the humiliations to which she is subjected, 100.
-, -, importance attached to the choice of ambassadors by, 100.
-, -, speaks of the poverty to which she is reduced, 101.
-, -, the miserable condition of the servants of, 101, 124.
-, -, beseeches her father to aid and provide for her servants, 102.
-, -, informs Ferdinand that she has a good confessor, and needs no other, 103.
-, -, has always conducted herself with care, 104.
-, -, complains of the cruelty practised of keeping her four months without seeing Prince Henry, 104.
-, -, suffers martyrdoms in her father's interest, 105.
-, -, desires Doctor Puebla to write unsugared truths to King Ferdinand, 105.
-, -, credentials sent by Ferdinand to, 108.
-, -, letters sent by de Puebla to, 111.
-, -, de Puebla to procure the immediate marriage of Prince Henry and, 113, 120.
-, -, complains of difficulties and inconveniences she has to bear, 122.
-, -, receives no sympathy from King Henry, 122.
-, -, warns King Ferdinand to believe nothing but what she writes to him, 123, 127.
-, -, painful situation of, 124.
-, -, is deputed by King Henry to press King Ferdinand with respect to marriage with Juana, 124.
-, -, prudence in this matter shown by, 125.
-, -, precautions used by, in despatch of letters to Spain, 126.
-, -, mistrusts de Puebla, 127.
-, -, conversation of, with King Henry, 128, 129.
-, -, hopefulness of, and determination to conclude her marriage with Prince Henry at all costs, 128.
-, -, flatters and pleases King Henry 129.
-, -, demonstrates to King Henry that her marriage is a thing not to be undone, 129.
-, -, dissimulation of, 130, 131.
-, -, pleasure and distress at coming to, and sudden departure of Queen Juana from England felt by, 132.
-, -, acquaints Queen Juana of affection felt for her by King Henry, 133.
-, -, entreats Queen Juana to listen to her on the subject of her marriage, 133.
-, -, points out advantages likely to accrue from the marriage between her sister Juana and King Henry, 134.
-, -, arrangements to be made for marriage between Prince (Henry) of Wales and, 136.
-, -, letters of, to :
1507, April 15, King Ferdinand of Spain, 99.
1507, September 7, do., 122.
1507, October 4, do., 126.
1507, October 25th, Queen Juana, 132.
1509, March 9, King Ferdinand, 16.
-, -, letters to
-, 20, 33, 85, 108.
-, Queen, prematurely confined of a daughter, 34.
-, -, pregnancy of, 35.
-, -, her beauty and perfection spoken of, 35.
-, -, under the sway of her confessor Diego Fernandez, 37.
-, -, sister of the Duke of Buckingham the favorite of, 39.
-, -, discord between the King and, 40.
-, -, indiscreet conduct towards Conton of, 41.
-, -, message to Luis Carroz from, 41.
-, error as to the expected confinement of, 42.
-, -, reports concerning the state of health of, 43.
-, -, want of care in manner of living of, 43.
-, -, reported to be again pregnant, 44.
Laso, Don Pedro, treasonable correspondence of, intercepted, 345.
Lemos, Count of, 149.
Leon, 73, 81, 235, 284, 315, 338.
-, Philip, King of, 78.
-, Queen of, Doa Juana, 79.
-, bishop of, 315.
Leon, Fray Francisco de, letter to Cardinal of Tortosa from, 288.
-, - proceedings at Tordesillas between the Queen Juana and procurators of the Junta, related by, 288 to 293.
Leonor, Seora Infanta Doa, see Eleanor.
Lerma, 239, 262, 397.
Lescano, Captain, sent to inspect the fleet, 284.
Letter Patent of Queen Isabel, 64.
Lige, Provost of, 58, 59.
Liste, Alba de, the Count, reduced Zamara, 224.
-, -, troops of, at the taking of Tordesillas, 329.
-, see also at 225, 298, 301, 302.
Loaisa, Fray Garcia de, General of the Predicant friars, confessor to Charles V, 417, 418.
-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 417.
-, -, is of opinion that the Infanta is free in conscience to contract marriage, 417.
London, 90, 91, 111.
-, letters dated from, 16, 32, 44, 97, 99.
Lords of the Junta, letter addressed to the, 233.
-, letter dated from, 259.
Lugo, Bishop of, sent on a mission to the Junta, 262, 285.
-, -, nuncio in Spain, 308.
-, -, desires the bishopric of Jaen, 315.
-, -, appointed president of the court and chancery of Granada, 366.
Luis, Don, son of the Marquis of Denia, 232.
Luis, Don, 347, 350.
Luna, Count of, 284.
-, Don Juan de, captain of the continos, 286, 287.
Luther, Martin, an address from the governors, grandees, &c. of Spain to the Emperor, respecting, 376.
-, -, discord and schism spread in Germany, and perversion of Spain, attempted by, 377, 380, 381.
-, -, measures to be provided for the prevention and extirpation of the damnable subtilties and heresies, and effective punishment of the heretic, 378, 379, 382, 383.
-, -, instructions for the Duke of Alva concerning the affairs of, 380 to 384.
-, -, coercive measures must be taken against books, heretical writings, and the person of, 387.
Luxemburg, county of, 153.