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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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M

Macot, Muley, desires peace, and treaty with Emperor Charles V., 300.

Madalena, daughter of Marquis of Denia, marriage portion of, used in service of the Emperor, 411.

Madrid, 213.

-, desires orders to be issued in name of Queen and Commons, 240.

-, Cortes held in, in 1503, 66.

Madrigal, 170, 172, 173, 367.

Maestre Sala, the, of the Princess Katharine, 26, 27.

Malaga, 148, 195.

-, Bishop of, first chaplain of Queen Juana, 205.

Malferite, Micer Thomas, President of King Ferdinand's chancery, 83.

-, -, witnesses the protestation of Ferdinand, 85.

Mallorca, Bishop of, sent to arrange quarrels and disturbances at Tordesillas, 141, 142, 143.

Manrique, Don Juan, 345.

Mansio, Juan Rodriguez, ambassador from Portugal, 373.

Manso, Doctor, Dean of Granada, member of council of the Holy Inquisition, 221, 242, 317.

Manuel, Elvira, Doa, 1, 2, 5, 7, 9.

-, Juan, 77, 300.

-, Marina, Doa, 48, 57, 58, 60, 61.

-, -, to be lady of honour to Archduchess Juana's daughter, 56.

-, -, and the Bastard deprived of pay and pension, 59.

Margaret, Princess Madame, 54, 58.

-, Madame, Duchess Dowager of Savoy, marriage of Henry VII. with, spoken of, 23, 104, 115, 124, 129.

Maria, the Seora Infanta Doa, 429.

Marriage between King Henry VII. and Madame Margaret spoken of, 23, 104, 115, 117, 124, 129.

-, concerning proposed, between Juana and Henry VII. of England, 88, 89, 93, 94, 95, 98, 103, 104, 107, 108, 109, 110, 114, 115, 119, 124, 129.

-, negotiations for, postponed until Ferdinand returns to Castile, 107, 109.

-, the, between Prince Henry and Princess Katharine to be speedily brought about, 113, 120.

-, concerning celebration of the, between Prince Henry and Princess Katharine, 136.

-, report of, between Juana, Queen of Castile, and Monsieur de Foix, 137.

Martinez, Sancho, 284.

Mary, Madame, daughter of Henry VII., 26, 38.

-, -, proposed marriage between Prince Charles of Spain and, 116, 117.

Maximilian, Emperor, King of the Romans, see King of the Romans.

-, -, death of, 182, 194.

-, -, falsehoods told to Juana concerning, 194, 195, 198.

Medina, pestilence at, 173.

-, see also at 201, 206, 241, 422.

Medina del Campo, letter patent of Queen Isabel dated at, 68.

-, -, assistance to be given to the town of, 208.

- -, Procurators of the Junta in, 234.

-, -, to lose its privilege of a fair unless it return to its royal obedience, 312.

-, -, see also at, 209, 213, 216, 231, 234, 313, 342.

Medina de Rioseco, 260.

-, -, Cardinal of Tortosa flees to, 268.

-, -, imperial troops sent to, 275, 297.

-, -, see also at, 276, 280, 281, 289, 331, 364.

-, -, letters dated from, 274, 302, 316, 320, 328.

Medina Sidonia, 320.

-, -, the house of, royal descent of, 319.

-, -, Duke of, 222, 245.

-, Fray Alonzo de, a Dominican friar, 241, 268.

Melchior, 85.

Mendoza, Diego de, Don, 230, 264.

-, Don Juan de, son of the Great Cardinal, 271, 292.

-, Lope Hurtado de.

-, -, letter from Cardinal of Tortosa to, 219.

-, -, communications to be made to Emperor Charles V. by, 220.

-, -, letter sent and communications made on part of the Emperor to the Cardinal by, 238, 239.

-, -, dangers to which his loyalty to service of Emperor Charles exposes, 264.

-, -, bearer of an instruction from the Cardinal to Emperor Charles, 264.

-, -, letter from Cardinal of Tortosa to, 316.

-, -, subjects to be spoken of to the Emperor by, 317.

-, -, letter to Emperor Charles from, 343.

-, -, conduct of the Queen, and other affairs narrated by, 344.

-, -, admiration of the Infanta expressed by, 345.

-, -, advice to the Emperor on various points tendered by, 346, 347.

-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 349.

-, -, commission given by Emperor to, 350.

-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 353.

-, -, advises the Emperor against employing the Admiral as governor, 355.

-, mention of also at, 223, 237, 244, 261, 285, 300, 305, 352.

Miguel, Maestro Fray, preacher to Queen Juana, sent with condolences to Queen of Portugal, 413.

Milan, Duchy of, successes of the Emperor Charles V. in the, 415.

Miranda, Count of, 353, 372.

Miruea, Juan de, signatures of, 253, 257.

Modica, Countess of, wife of the Admiral of Castile, 323, 364, 398.

Mondejar, Marquis de, 284.

Mondoedo, Bishop of, President of the Chancery of Granada, death of, 242.

-, bishopric of, 317.

Monreal, knight commandership of, bestowed upon Marquis of Villafranca, 410.

Montero, Diego de, the hidalgia for, 230, 317.

-, Sebastian de, document attested by, 260.

Montoya, Diego de, Jurado, witness of the attestation of Queen Juana, 252.

Moors in Castile, 385, 386.

Moraleja, San Pablo de la, 179.

-, -, letter dated from, 171.

Mota, 352.

-, P. de la, letter signed by, 150.

Muxica, 57, 62.

N

Najera, Duke of, 151, 280.

Naples, 32, 74, 75, 92, 151, 153.

Navarra, 194, 226, 229, 230, 280.

-, constable of, 151.

-, King of, 141.

-, the Marshal of, the affair of, 265.

Negro, Francisco de, the Florentine, merchant, 114.

Nio Rodrigo, 215, 229.

Nuza, De la, 152.

O

Ocaa in revolt, 224.

Olanda, Ochoa de, treasurer to Queen Juana, 192, 193, 205.

Olmedo, 170, 172, 173.

Oate, Count of, son of Don Iigo Fernandez de Velasco, Constable of Castile, 286.

-, -, at the siege of Tordesillas, 330.

-, -, sent with troops to Simancas, 333, 344.

Oran, 300.

Order, the, Emperor Charles, grand master of, 224.

Orders, the council of the, 224, 263.

Oviedo, 315.

-, Bishop of, 262, 285.

-, -, nuncio, sent on mission to the Junta 308.

-, -, requests preferment, 315.

-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 389.

P

Pablo, Fray, sign manual of, 233.

Padilla, Juan de, (captain general of the army of the city of Toledo,) 209, 212, 213, 216.

-, -, witness of what passed between the Queen Junta and the commissioners of the Junta of the Commons, 214.

-, forces assembled by, 319, 326.

-, -, see also at, 359, 364, 397, 407.

-, Don Garcia de, letter of the Emperor Charles V. signed by, 260.

-, Don Geronimo de, 345.

Palatine, the Count, 153.

Palencia, 275.

Palma, Alonso Rodrigues de, escrivano and public notary, 213, 214.

-, signature of, 215, 253.

Pamplona, 151.

Pantaleon, the brother of, merchant, 114.

Partite, laws called, note upon, 219.

Paris, the kind of friars who live at, 51.

-, parliament of, appeals to the, 116.

Pedro, Don, 78.

Pedrosa, 426.

Peon, the, loss of, 311.

Perez, Gonzalo, 342.

Perianyes, sent to Tordesillas by the Junta, 242.

Perote, a courier, 97.

Persia, 418.

Pimentel, Don Bernaldino, regidor of Valladolid, faithful servant of Emperor Charles V., 222.

Pisuerga, the river, 294.

Philip, Archduke of Austria, mention of, and allusions to, passim.

-, -, gives audience to the Subprior of Santa Cruz, 47.

-, -, permits Juana to make appointments in household of their daughter, 56, 61.

-, -, is ordered in Queen Isabel's will to give obedience to King Ferdinand, 63.

-, King, homage and obedience offered to Queen Juana and, 70.

-, -, an instruction to Jehan de Hesdin from, 73.

- -, complains that King Ferdinand has attempted to usurp the kingdom of Queen Juana and of, 73.

-, -, accuses Ferdinand of spreading a report that Juana is mad, 74.

-, -, concerning the interview between Ferdinand and, 75.

-, -, the claims of Queen Juana to be set up against King Ferdinand and, 77.

-, -, treaty between King Ferdinand and, 1506, June 27, Villafafila, 78.

-, -, additional treaty between King Ferdinand and, 78.

-, -, concerts with Ferdinand to oppose any attempt of Queen Juana to govern, 79.

-, -, oath taken by Ferdinand and, to assist each other against grandees or others who might set up Queen Juana's claims, 80.

-, -, accuses Ferdinand of usurping administration of Castile and Leon, 82.

-, -, an enemy of Princess Katharine, 85.

-, -, Queen Juana retains unburied the body of, 137, 138.

-, -, the corpse of, to accompany the Queen if she removes from Tordesillas, 174.

-, -, accused of having kept prisoner his wife Queen Juana, 306.

-, -, reference made to the late, 113, 149, 194, 201, 306, 341, 346.

-, the seor Prince, son of Emperor Charles V., 429.

Polanco, the Privy Councillor Licentiate, 205, 273, 283, 356, 358, 359, 408.

-, -, a report of all the affairs of and proceedings in Spain sent to the Emperor Charles V. by, 356 to 362.

- -, repairs to Tordesillas for despatch of business, 357.

-, -, strongly exhorts the Emperor to hasten his coming, which will remedy and repair all things, 361, 362.

Pope, the (Julius II.), ambassadors from, at court of Henry VII., 111.

-, reports concerning the Cardinal of Rouen being made, 115, 116.

-, Leo X., his Holiness, measures to be taken by, against Luther, 383, 384, 387, 389.

Portillo, 333, 352.

Portugal, 277, 280, 413.

Portugal, King of (Emmanuel), projected marriage between Infanta Doa Leonor and, 164.

-, -, great goodwill shown to the Emperor Charles V. by, 229, 313.

-, -, assistance to be procured for the Emperor from, 360.

-, -, help promised by, 361.

-, -, letters of thanks written to, 373.

-, -, death of, 413.

-, -, see also at 276, 277, 327, 334.

-, -, (John III.), Infanta Catalina married to, 424.

-, King and Queen of, 327.

-, -, favour shown by, to the cause of Emperor Charles V., 327.

-, seora Infanta of, proposed marriage of the Emperor Charles with, 221, 317, 328, 418.

-, Queen of, 373.

-, -, Fray Miguel sent by the Infanta Catalina to visit the, 413.

Prado, Juan de, escrivano, address from Valladolid signed by, 208.

-, convent of the, on the river Pisuerga, 294, 295.

Predicant Friars, the, Fray Garcia de Loaisa General of, 417.

Premia, note on the meaning of the word, 405.

President, the (Antonio de Rojas), 263, 271, 274, 283.

-, to effect the removal of Queen Juana from Tordesillas, 405.

Prince Elector of Saxony (note), 182.

Princes Electors, 115, 198.

- -, to be asked to show favour and lend aid for the extirpation of the Lutheran heresies and sect, 383.

Princess, the, Katharine of Wales, see Katharine, Princess of Wales, 1.

Prior, the, Don Antonio, 319.

Privy Council, 216, 258.

- -, lords of the, communications to be made to the Emperor in presence of, 220.

- Councillor, mischief caused by the wife of a, 167.

- -, 91, 93, 147, 261, 263, 340.

- Seal, Lord, 25.

Procuradores, the, see Procurators.

Procurators nominated King Ferdinand as administrator and governor in certain contingencies, 66.

-, summary of the proceedings at Toro of the, in 1505, 70 to 73.

-, the, petition King Ferdinand to assume the guardianship of the kingdom in consequence of the alleged "infirmity" of his daughter Queen Juana, 71.

-, to arrange the manner for watching the person and household of the Queen Juana, 207.

-, strong measures desired to be taken by, on the authority of the Queen, 210.

-, Junta formed in Avila by, 213.

-, letter from, to the Junta of the Commons, 18th September 1520, 231.

-, go to the palace of Tordesillas, 232.

-, interview of, with Marquis Denia, 232.

-, command the immediate departure of Marquis Denia from the Queen Juana, 234, 235.

-, forcible measures taken by, 235.

-, assemble in the palace to transact business, 237.

-, not received by the Queen Juana, 237.

-, acknowledge Juana as their lawful Queen and sovereign, 248.

-, speech made by Dr. Zuiga to the Queen in the name of, 248.

-, send for physicians to restore the health of the Queen, 254.

-, the members of the Royal Council suspended from their offices by, 255.

-, what passed at Tordesillas between the Queen and, 288 to 292.

-, threaten her with civil war in her kingdoms, 289.

-, complaints of the Council made by, 291.

-, the Cardinal willing to transact business with, 325.

-, held partly in restraint by fear of Portugal, 327.

-, arrest of, in Tordesillas, 331.

-, ordered by the Queen to disband their troops, 332.

-, taken prisoners at the siege of Tordesillas, compassionate treatment shown them, 340, 345, 352.

-, see also at, 206, 210, 214, 285, 292, 313, 319, 321, 324, 337, 365.

- of the general Junta, see Procurators.

- of the kingdom, see Procurators.

Protestation, the, of King Ferdinand against the treaties concluded with King Philip at Villafafila, 81.

Provincial, the, of the convent de la Merced, 53.

Puebla, Doctor de, Spanish Ambassador in England, a messenger sent to Queen Isabel by, 1.

-, -, advises King Henry VII. concerning the jewels, plate, &c. of the Princess Katharine's dower, 3.

-, -, gentle conduct of affairs with Henry VII. by, 17.

-, -, denies accusations brought against him of duplicity, 78.

-, -, King Ferdinand writes concerning marriage between Queen Juana and Henry VII. to, 89.

-, -, has secret speech with King Henry, 91.

-, -, disputes of, concerning prorogation of payment of Princess Katharine's dower, 91.

-, -, has obtained prorogation for payment of Princess Katharine's dower, 92, 96, 98, 112.

-, -, his opinion regarding probable valuation of precious stones, &c., as part of the dower, 92, 93.

-, -, says that in England they do not seem to count for much the "infirmity" of Queen Juana, 94.

-, -, assures King Ferdinand that if he concedes two points no difficulty in arranging the marriage will arise, 95, 96.

-, -, illness and poverty of, 96.

-, -, smallness of his allowance as ambassador, 97.

-, -, extenuates King Henry's behaviour to Princess Katharine, 104.

-, -, is ordered to write the truth, and neither to sweeten nor colour it, 105.

-, -, message to Henry VII. from Ferdinand concerning projected marriage of Juana to be given by, 107.

-, -, expenses incurred by, for the interview with King Henry, 111.

-, -, confers with King Henry at Woodstock, 112.

-, -, undertakes to procure immediate marriage of Princess Katharine and Prince Henry on certain conditions, 113.

-, -, refuses a rich wife and a bishopric, 113.

-, -, poverty and illness of, 113.

-, -, states the views and wishes of King Henry with regard to the marriage with Queen Juana, 114.

-, -, asserts that the English desire the marriage between their King and Queen Juana, spite of her reported insanity, 115.

-, -, conversation of, with King Henry VII., 118.

-, -, hopes to procure the marriage of Prince Henry and Princess Katharine within few days, 120.

-, -, implores assistance for himself, 121.

-, -, bad condition of health of, 122, 131.

-, -, untrustworthiness of, 123, 127.

-, -, suspected by Princess Katharine 126, 127.

-, -, endeavours to prevent the sending of an ambassador from Spain with the dower, 127.

-, -, places difficulties in the way of Princess Katharine's marriage with Prince Henry, 128.

-, -, adviser of King Henry, 130.

-, -, King Ferdinand not to follow the advice of, 132.

-, -, good news of affairs in England reported to King Ferdinand by, 135.

-, -, informed by King Ferdinand that Queen Juana still carries about unburied the corpse of her husband, 137.

-, -, receives condolences on his ill health from King Ferdinand, 140.

-, -, letters of, to :

1507, April 15, King Ferdinand, 90.

1507, April 15, do. 97.

1507, April 15, Almazan, 99.

1507, June 8, King Ferdinand, 106.

1507, September 7, do. 111.

1507, September 7, Almazan, 119.

-, -, letter to, 135.

-, -, see also at, 4, 10, 90, 98, 117.

Puertocarrero, Don Pedro de, servant of, 153.

Q

Qualla
-, Licentiate de
-, signature of, to protestation against Luther, 388.

Quintana, 152.

Quintanilla, Luis, the knight commander, captain of the town of Medina del Campo, 213, 214, 216, 367.

R

Rabastan, Madame de, sister-in-law to Doa Marina Manuel, 60.

Ramirez, Juan, the secretary, captured by the Junta, 263.

Reedo, letter dated from, 238.

Reyno, Alcal de, 30.

Riao, Baltasar de, servant of the Marquis of Denia, 372.

Richmond, 16, 26.

-, King of England at, 90.

-, letters dated from, 16, 22, 34, 105, 135.

Rionegro, 75.

Rioseco, 336.

Rivera, the chamberlain, 171, 430.

Rodrigo, Don, 351.

Rodriguez, Antonio, secretary of the holy Junta, 257.

-, -, signatures of, 253, 257.

Rojas, Diego de, services of, recognised by the Emperor Charles V., 372.

-, -, signature of, 379.

-, Doa Elvira de, sister of the Marquis of Denia, 416.

-, Juan de, 283, 286.

Romans, King of the, ambassadors from, at court of Henry VII., 23, 111, 115.

-, -, desires to borrow money from King Henry VII., 115.

-, -, (see Maximilian), death of, 182.

-, -, mentioned at, 58, 73, 114, 118, 119, 129.

-, -, Emperor Charles V. consecrated as, 303.

Rome, 138, 152, 222, 309.

-, church of, 378, 381, 382, 387.

Ronquillo, the alcalde, 280.

Rouen, Cardinal of (George d'Amboise), 115, 116.

Royal Council, members of the, suspended from their office, 255.

Rubios, Doctor Palacios, 356.

Ruiz, Bartolome, de Castaeda, escribano de camara, 78.

-, -, document transcribed and signed by, 80.

S

St. Domingo, 53.

St. Peter the Martyr, 53.

Salamanca, 235, 307, 338.

-, Doctor of, 304.

San Augustin, the order of, 301.

San Francisco, order of, 15.

San Miguel, 295.

San Milian, Martin de, document attested by, 260.

San Pablo de la Moraleja, 171, 179.

-, -, letter dated from, 171.

Santa Clara (la Real), 184, 204, 213, 292, 326.

-, convent of, 184.

-, -, the Queen wishes to visit the, 184, 192.

-, -, procurators of the Junta hidden in, 337, 338.

Santa Cruz, Subprior of, sent on a mission to Flanders, 47.

Santiago, the grand mastership of, 319.

-, the knighthood of, 230, 264, 287.

-, the Licentiate of, councillor, 273.

-, -, signature of, to protestation against Luther, 388.

Santillan, Gomez de, 296, 338.

-, -, letter to Cardinal of Tortosa from, 338.

-, -, the taking of and occurrences in Tordesillas described by, 338 to 342.

-, -, witness to an attestation of orders given by Queen Juana, 341.

-, -, opinion of, as to what is requisite for pacification of the kingdom, 342.

Santo Domingo, the order of, 428.

Santo Tomas, convent of, 236.

Saravia, special envoy from the Junta of the Commons, 234.

-, member for Valladolid, 271.

-, Hernan Bravo de, citizen of the town of Soria, witness to the attestation of the Junta, 253.

Sarmiento, Antonio, 283.

-, Isabel, needlewoman to Queen Juana, 400.

-, Don Pedro de, 420.

Savoy, Duchess Dowager of, Madame Margaret, see Mde. Margaret, 104.

Saxony, Duke of, his marriage with the Infanta Catalina null and void, 417.

-, Prince Elector of (note), 182.

Scotland, ambassadors from, with Henry VII., 112.

Seco, Alonzo, 205.

Segorbe, Duke of, 150.

Segovia, 213, 216, 235, 240, 275.

-, the fortress of, importance of, 367.

Sempy, Monsieur de, death of, 153.

Seor, the, see Henry VII.

Seora, the, see Katharine Princess of Wales.

Sevilla, disturbance at, 284.

-, see also at 241, 245, 263, 283, 314, 320, 367.

Sicilies, the two, Ferdinand King of, 78, 81.

Simancas, 191, 265, 312.

-, troops for, 333, 344, 352.

Sora, 183.

Soria, desires orders to be issued in name of Queen and Emperor, 240.

Sorita, governor of, 222.

Soto, Doctor, 143.

-, -, visits the Queen and Infanta, 187, 191.

-, -, instructed by Denia as to his conduct towards the Queen, 187.

-, -, long services of, 188.

Spain, kingdoms of, profit likely to ensue from King Ferdinand's governance to the, 63.

-, -, benefits already conferred by him on the, 64.

-, -, to be governed, in the name of Queen Juana, by Ferdinand in certain contingencies, 66, 67, 71, 72.

-, -, Philip's declaration of the usurpation by Ferdinand of the government of, 73.

-, -, report of the bad treatment of Spaniards in Flanders spread through, 262.

-, -, dangerous condition of, 304.

-, -, must be preserved from the contamination of the wicked and diabolical blasphemies, pestilence, and heresy of Martin Luther, 377, 378, 380, 382, 383, 390.

-, -, mentioned at, 47, 86, 92, 95, 97, 102, 112, 113, 160, 258, 267, 301, 308, 366, 368, 373, 374, 375, 385.

Spaniard, Cardinal Tortosa desires his office of Governor to be given to some, 229.

Spaniards, in England, 2.

-, not well treated by Emperor Charles V., 211.

-, ill treated and detested by the Flemings, 262, 366.

Spanish ambassador, Don Pedro de Ayala, in England, 1.

- friars wanted in England, 103.

- gentlemen to be appointed by Emperor Charles V., 264.

- ladies, simplicity of, in the Queen's household, 41.

- servants for Princess and Queen Katharine, 7, 34, 35, 59.

Stile, John, English ambassador in Spain, 24.

Suarez, Juan, escrivano to Queen Isabel, 69.

Suarez, 211.

-, sent by the Junta to Tordesillas to transact business, 242.

Suasola, 352.

Subprior, the, of Santa Cruz, 47, 49, 56.

-, -, letter to Ferdinand and Isabel the Catholic from, 47.

-, -, sent on mission to Archduchess Juana, 47.

-, -, second and third interview with Archduchess of, 47, 48, 49.

-, -, money received from King of England by, 48.

-, -, letter to Ferdinand and Isabel the Catholic, from, 49.

-, -, disclaims any intention of prying into conduct of Juana, 50.

-, -, letter to Queen Isabel the Catholic from, 54.

-, -, plain speaking to Juana of, 54.

-, -, finds Archduchess Juana vigilent in religious matters, 55.

-, -, the poverty of the Archduchess Juana spoken of by, 57.

-, -, represents to Queen Isabel the hopeless condition of affairs at Brussels, 58, 60.

-, -, petitions Queen Isabel in favour of the Bastard and Doa Marina, 59.

-, -, admonishes Juana on her conduct, 60.

-, -, desires to be recalled by Queen Isabel, 61.

-, -, reduced to pledge all belonging to him, himself included, 61.

T

Tarifa, Marquis of, 313.

Telo, Doctor, Councillor, 263, 273, 356.

Thore or Toro, 73.

Tierra de Campos, 365.

Tilmote (?), city of, taken by the French, 133.

Toledo, cortes of, in the year 1502, 66.

-, the first city which had risen for the Queen, 247.

-, Bishop of Zamora's march upon, 374.

-, see also at, 209, 213, 240, 263, 275, 311, 326.

-, Procurator for, Don Pedro de Ayala, 338.

Tordesillas, Bishop of Mallorca sent to compose quarrels and disturbances at, 141.

-, Marquis of Denia appointed governor of Queen's household at, 153.

-, precautions used to prevent infection to the town of, 171.

-, possible necessity of removing the Queen from, 172, 173, 179.

-, pestilence at, 184, 187.

-, interview between the Queen Juana and the Corregidor de Castro at, 204.

-, the captains of the Commons' army intend to go to, 206.

-, entered by Juan Padilla, 209.

-, in rebellion, admittance into, refused to Emperor's troops, 209.

-, interview given by Queen Juana to the commissioners of the Junta of the Commons at, 212.

-, members of the Junta ordered by Juana to come to her at, 216.

-, the Junta of the Commons expected in, 224.

-, the procurators of the Junta in, 231, 236.

-, interview given by Queen Juana to members of the Junta of the Commons at, 245, 246.

-, state of affairs in, 269.

-, the Constable to march for the rescue of the Queen to, 276.

-, caution to be used in the expedition against, 282.

-, services rendered by Pedro de Cartagena at, 283.

-, Bishops of Lugo and Oviedo refused entrance into, 285.

-, threatened abduction and removal of the Queen from, 297, 306, 314.

-, bad state of affairs in, 318.

-, the siege, capture, and pillage of, 328, 329, 330, 338, 339, 340, 343, 346.

-, occupied, repaired, and fortified by Imperialists, 333, 344, 352.

-, quarrels concerning the fortress of, 352.

-, disorder prevailing in, 355.

-, demolition of the fortress of, 403, 414.

-, mentioned also at, 213, 220, 227, 237, 238, 240, 242, 254, 262, 266, 275, 302, 304, 305, 310, 321, 325, 348, 349, 351, 356, 364, 376, 396, 402, 417, 420, 422.

-, letters dated from, 146, 161, 163, 165, 174, 175, 176, 180, 181, 183, 186, 188, 190, 233, 335, 338, 342, 347, 362, 369, 370, 379, 384, 390, 392, 394, 396, 416, 419, 424, 425, 427, 428, 430.

Toro, 172, 173, 240, 307, 333.

-, projected removal of Queen Juana to, 425, 426, 427.

Torre Lobaton, 333, 352, 407.

-, loss of, 374.

Torre de Mormojon, moneys levied upon, 364.

Tortosa, Adrian, Cardinal of, (afterwards Pope Adrian VI.,) Governor of Castile, 149.

-, -, inquisitorship of Aragon given to, 152.

-, -, reforms to be effected in Queen's household by, 162.

-, -, progress of the revolution in Spain recounted to Emperor Charles V. by, 209.

-, -, cannot prevent its increase without authority to pardon, 210, 211.

-, -, thinks it would be difficult to regain the kingdom if once another king were obeyed, 212.

-, -, describes the perilous condition of affairs in Spain, 215.

-, -, imagines the whole kingdom will renounce obedience to the Emperor, 216.

-, -, foresees a speedy termination to his office, 217.

-, -, reiterates his demand for authority to pardon the rebels, 217, 218, 220.

-, -, forebodes the total subversion of the Emperor's power, 218.

-, -, report of the proceedings of the rebellious Junta sent to, 218.

-, -, speaks of the evil reports spread against King Ferdinand and the Emperor, 220.

-, -, in want of money
-, can get none of his dues, 221.

-, -, his presence in Spain useless, 221.

-, -, hopes to return to Flanders, 222.

-, -, enquires into the case of the Duke and Duchess of Medina Sidonia, 222.

-, -, describes the state of Burgos, and progress of the rebellion, 223, 224.

-, -, repeats the current rumour of the sanity of the Queen Juana, and her capacity to govern, 225.

-, -, desires to go to the assistance of Navarra, 226.

-, -, dissatisfaction of the Council with, 228.

-, -, his office of governor should be shared with some Spaniard, 229.

-, -, desires to be released from his office of governor, 229.

-, -, does not receive his salary
-, beseeches permission to retire honourably, 230.

-, -, an account of all that has passed in Tordesillas given by the Marquis Denia to, 236.

-, -, the Admiral and Constable appointed viceroys conjointly with, 237.

-, -, scene between the Junta, the Marquis, and Infanta narrated by, 239.

-, -, patient endurance of, to preserve authority of the Emperor, 240.

-, -, an order issued by the Junta forbidding transaction of business by the Councillors and, 241.

-, -, letters for, intercepted, read, and destroyed by the Junta, 241.

-, -, suspects the Junta of designs on the Royal treasury, 243.

-, -, reduced to great straits
-, neither salary nor credit to be had, 243.

-, -, finds it impossible in such times to get discharged the late King's debts, 244.

-, -, desires the speedy arrival of the Emperor to amend present state of affairs, 245.

-, -, is assured by Emperor of his determination to go to Spain speedily to restore order, 258.

-, -, a swift departure from Valladolid recommended to, 259.

-, -, must obey commands of Emperor, and co-operate with the Constable, 259.

-, -, announces that utter ruin threatens, and reiterates the necessity for immediate presence of the Emperor for pacification of Spain, 261.

-, -, disrespect shown by the Junta to a mission sent by, 262.

-, -, proceedings of the Junta and other matters communicated to the Emperor by, 263.

-, -, interference in the government of Spain forbidden by the Junta to, 265.

-, -, exhorts the Emperor to show compassion to the Queen his mother
-, fears her death if not released from the power of the Junta, 265.

-, -, is detained by force at Valladolid, 266, 268.

-, -, ardent love of the people of Valladolid for, 266.

-, -, excuses and explanations offered to the Emperor by, 267.

-, -, takes flight by night from Valladolid, 268.

-, -, informs the Emperor of the sad condition and treatment of the Queen by the Junta, 269.

-, -, apprehends increased rebellion and confusion should the Queen be induced to sign, 270.

-, -, the departure from Valladolid of, gives hopes of more easy settlement of affairs, 271.

-, -, aspirations of, for restoration of peace, 272, 273.

-, -, warnings and prognostications addressed to the Emperor by, 272, 273.

-, -, news sent to, by the Emperor, of preparations making for his immediate coronation, 273.

-, -, deprecates the revocation of powers to pardon, 273.

-, -, warns the grandees of the designs of the Junta against the Queen, 275.

-, -, sends general instructions from Emperor to the Constable, 276.

-, -, suspension of the power of, 280.

-, -, proceedings at Tordesillas recounted by Fray Francisco de Leon to, 288 to 293.

-, -, his authority as governor disputed
-, is accused of joining the evil doers, 289.

-, -, proceedings at Valladolid recounted by, 294.

-, -, narrates the arrest, treatment, and execution of certain rebels, 295.

-, -, piteous condition of the Queen, her treatment, and threatened abductiou mentioned by, 297.

-, -, desires to be relieved from his office, 299, 309, 325.

-, -, revocation of a bull concerning the Inquisition desired by, 300.

-, -, seditious friar arrested and imprisoned by, 301.

-, -, warns the Emperor of the doubtful condition of Spain, and danger of postponing his coming thither, 304, 307.

-, -, libelled with seeking to prevent recovery of the Queen's health, 305.

-, -, appeals to the grandees to come to the rescue of the Queen, 306.

-, -, three briefs to be executed against the rebels by, 307.

-, -, odium incurred by, 308.

-, -, impoverished state of, 309, 319.

-, -, might render more effective service if relieved of his governorship, 310.

-, -, his horror of civil war
-, means for its avoidance proposed by, 311.

-, -, borrowed moneys for the Emperor's forces to be procured by, 314.

-, -, supplicates a pension from the Emperor, 315.

-, -, urges the immediate coming of the Emperor to Spain, 317, 318, 327.

-, -, his eulogium on and messages to the Duke of Alva, 318.

-, -, information as to intentions of the Junta given to, 319.

-, -, advises measures which should be taken by the Emperor, 320.

-, -, progress of affairs with the Junta reported to the Emperor by, 321.

-, -, proposal that business shall be despatched by, in conjunction with the Junta, 324.

-, -, reasons of, for desiring to withdraw the procurators from Tordesillas, 325.

-, -, surrounded by dangers, fears a battle, advises the defensive only, 326.

-, -, presence of, in Tordesillas, desirable for the transaction of affairs of state, 335, 342, 350.

-, -, narration of what occurred at and after the battle and taking of Tordesillas sent to, 339 to 342.

-, -, communicates to the Emperor the treatment to which the Junta had subjected the Queen, 348.

-, -, has behaved like a martyr in the Imperial cause, 351.

-, -, in great necessity : desires leave to retire, 352.

-, -, works hard
-, despatches affairs of state in conjunction with the Admiral, 357.

-, -, advisable that the protection of the Queen should be confided to, 360.

-, -, is ordered to Burgos
-, his going opposed by the Admiral, 363, 364.

-, -, fearless in the public service, 365.

-, -, refuses to pay himself from public funds, 366.

-, -, zeal for the service, readiness and desire to preserve the power of the Emperor, of, 368.

-, -, a representation made by, in the name of the grandees and others in Spain, of the discord and schism caused by Martin Luther, praying that means be taken for his punishment, and the extirpation of his diabolical heresy by the Emperor, 376, 377, 378, 379.

-, -, letters concerning the Lutheran heresy sent to Council of State by, 384.

-, -, care taken of the Infanta by, 399.

-, -, high opinion expressed and intercession in behalf of the Infanta made by, 402.

-, -, mention of, at, 219, 227, 242, 283, 285, 286, 296, 303, 312, 313, 323, 362, 367, 406, 409.

-, -, letters of, to :

1520, Aug. 31, Emperor Charles V., 209.

1520, Sept. 4, do., 215.

1520, Sept. 4, Lope Hurtado de Mendoza, 219.

1520, Sept. 14, Emperor Charles V., 223.

1520, Sept. 23, do., 238.

1520, Oct. 8, do., 261.

1520, Oct. 21, do., 267.

1520, Nov. 1, do., 294.

1520, Nov. 13, do., 303.

1520, Nov. 13, Lope Hurtado de Mendoza, 316.

1520, Nov. 17, Emperor Charles V., 321.

1520, Dec. 15, do., 348.

1521, Jan. 22, do., 363.

1521, Sept. 18, do., 401.

-, -, letters to, 257, 288, 338.

Tournay, taken by the Emperor Charles V., 415.

Tovar, Don Hernando de, 410, 416, 427.

- Don Juan de, son of the Constable of Castile, 279.

Treaty between King Ferdinand and King Philip, Villafafila, 1506, June 27, 78.

-, additional, between Kings Ferdinand and Philip, Villafafila, 1506, June 27, 78.

Tremecen, the King of, 300.

U

Ucles, 319, 326.

-, in revolt, 224.

Ulloa, Don Juan de, 302.

Urea, Count, 320.

V

Valderas, Pero Gonzales de, Abbot of the collegiate church of Toro, witness to the attestation of the Junta, 252.

Valencia, 111, 243.

Valladolid, pestilence at, 173.

-, an address to the captains of the Commons' army from the town of, 206, 207, 208.

-, aid sent to the rebel cities by, 209.

-, ready to send procurators to the General Junta, 210.

-, well intentioned towards the Emperor Charles V., 238.

-, town of, letter from the General Junta to the, 253.

-, inconvenience caused by the Cardinal's presence in, 259.

-, Cardinal of Tortosa escapes from, 268.

-, a message beseeching the Queen Juana to go to, 292, 293.

-, threatened attack by Bishop of Zamora of, 294.

-, capture and execution of rebels in, 295.

-, the Admiral endeavours to calm the furor of, 321.

-, the rebel army expected in, 331, 333.

-, the rebels of, proceedings to be taken against, 365.

-, cortes proposed to be held in, 418.

-, Fray Juan de Avila to be ordered to leave, 421.

-, letters dated from, 208, 219, 223, 231, 238, 245, 266.

-, see also at, 53, 176, 190, 199, 201, 236, 237, 239, 240, 271, 272, 273, 275, 280, 286, 296, 297, 309, 312, 317, 326, 327, 332, 336, 342, 343, 360, 420.

Vargas, the Licentiate, no money can be obtained by, 243.

-, -, see also 211, 271, 274, 308, 309, 322, 334.

Vasquez, Anton, a messenger from the Junta to the Emperor, 285, 345.

Vega, Antonio de, regidor, 204.

-, Hernando de, Comendador Mayor of Castile :

-, -, letter to the Constable of Castile from, 332.

-, -, at the taking of Tordesillas, 332.

-, -, report on military matters there made by, 333.

-, -, advice on matters of finance and government tendered by, 334, 335.

-, -, letter to Emperor Charles V. from, 336.

-, -, measures to be taken concerning the Queen recommended by, 337.

-, -, opposes intended negotiations of the Admiral with the rebels, 371.

-, -, see also at, 78, 204, 265, 349, 350, 351, 353, 372, 375.

-, Ramon de, regidor, 204.

Velasco, Don Bernaldino de, son of the Constable of Castile, given in hostage to Burgos, 279.

-, Don Iigo Fernandez de, Duke de Frias, Constable of Castile, 76.

-, -, endeavours to prevent reconciliation between King Ferdinand and Philip, 77.

-, -, desires to reconcile himself with Juan Manuel, 77.

-, -, driven out of Burgos, opposes the Commons, 223.

-, -, place of safety offered to Cardinal of Tortosa and other imperialists by, 228.

-, -, appointed Viceroy of Spain conjointly with Cardinal of Tortosa and the Admiral (Don Henriquez), 237.

-, -, ready on two conditions to accept the office of governor in Spain, 244.

-, -, provisionary measures to be taken by, 261.

-, -, the Cardinal seeks advice from, 266.

-, -, possessions and life employed in the service of the Emperor by, 274.

-, -, treatment and designs of the Junta with regard to the Queen Juana, reported to the Emperor by, 275.

-, -, forces sent and measures taken for the relief of the Queen by, 275.

-, -, power for government and instructions sent to, 276.

-, -, articles with Burgos agreed to by, 277.

-, -, opinion of, as to what is required to secure permanent authority of Emperor in Spain, 278.

-, -, affectionately supplicates a confirmation of his measures by the Emperor, 279.

-, -, delivered up as hostages his two sons, would have given his wife also, 279.

-, -, troops sent from Navarra to, 280.

-, -, caution will be used in the expedition against Tordesillas by, 282.

-, -, villifies the Junta
-, advises the Emperor on the treatment they should receive, 285.

-, -, a rebuke to the Emperor from, 285.

-, -, despatches Don Pero Velez de Guevara to the Emperor to report Concerning affairs of Spain, 287.

-, -, troops being collected by the grandees and, 289, 290, 292.

-, -, in Burgos, fearing its revolt, 326.

-, -, detailed account of the taking of Tordesillas sent to, 328, 329, 330.

-, -, means which ought to be taken by, to collect moneys for the enterprise on Tordesillas, 334.

-, -, fears entertained of the intentions of, 351.

-, -, hatred left by the rebellious Commons for, 368.

-, -, letters of, to, 1520, Oct. 29, Emperor Charles V., 274.

-, -, letters to, 328, 332.

-, -, see also at, 259, 269, 273, 274, 276, 277, 281, 283, 286, 291, 299, 316, 323, 342, 350, 356, 357, 362, 365, 406.

Vera, Diego de, 244.

Vera, a rebel, 294.

Vergas (de Berghes?), Monsieur de, 60.

Vilhorado, the fortress of, 279.

Villacis, 221.

Villafafila, treaty signed at, 78, 80.

-, protestation of King Ferdinand signed and sworn to at, 84.

Villafranca, Gaspar, an algazil, 368.

-, Pedro de, 369.

-, Marquis of, son of the Duke of Alva, 149, 410.

Villalba, 333, 359.

-, Vicente de, Archpriest of Bovilla of the Sierra, 213.

-, -, entreats the Queen to show favour and give authority to the Junta, 214.

Villalpando, 332, 345.

-, the fortress of, 279.

Villar de Frades, town of, 272.

Villegas, the Maestro Fray Antonio de, preacher to King Charles, 176, 413.

Villena, Marquis of, 218.

-, -, servant of, sent to inform Cardinal of Tortosa of the proceedings of the Junta, 218.

-, -, offers a place of safety to Cardinal of Tortosa and other imperialists, 228.

-, -, powers demanded for the, 263.

-, -, offers of money made by, 347.

-, -, see also at, 225, 299.

Vivaldis, Augustin de, merchant, 114.

Vozmediano, 211, 226, 334.

-, Antonio de, superintendent of the household of Queen Juana, 428.

-, the brothers, 314.

W

Wales, 12.

-, the Prince and Princess to go to, 59.

-, Arthur, Prince of, to go to Wales, 5.

-, -, to make due and liberal provision for his wife, 7.

-, -, departure for Wales of, 8.

-, -, no allowance or provision made for household of, 11.

-, Prince and Princess of, 135.

-, -, marriage of, 136.

-, Princess of, letter signed, 22.

Wirtemberg, Count Felix of, 148.

Woodstock, 111.

-, De Puebla goes to meet Henry VII. at, 112.

-, letters dated from, 118, 121, 126.

Y

Yusausti, Nicolas, instigated Guipuzcoa to rebel, 376.

Z

Zamora, 170, 173, 307, 342.

-, reduced by Count Alba de Liste, 224.

-, Bishop of, assembles troops, 224.

-, -, in battle array, advances against Valladolid, 294.

-, -, negotiations of a rebel barber and the, 295.

-, -, difficulty of executing a brief issued against, 307.

-, -, disloyalty produced by the sermons and labours of, 359.

-, -, see also at 357, 369, 374.

-, Bishopric of, 310.

-, Bartolome de, procurator general of Tordesillas, 204.

Zamudio, Martin Sanchez de, courier, 23.

Zapata, the Licentiate, the Queen Juana desires to consult with, 205.

-, -, moneys to be procured by, 314.

-, -, signs protestation against Luther, 388.

-, -, mention of also at, 273, 308, 309, 314, 322.

-, Juan, captain general of the army of Madrid, 213, 214, 216.

Zaragoza, 50, 269.

Zavallos, a courier, 85, 105.

Zigales, 321.

Zuazola, Pedro, servant to Gasper de Grisio' 69.

-, the Secretary, 300.

Zumel, Doctor, in Burgos, in great danger, 286.

Zuiga, Doctor, speaks to Queen Juana on the part of the members of the Junta, 248.

-, -, description of what passed between the Queen and, 249.

-, -, what is said by the Queen in answer to, 250, 251.

-, -, returns thanks for the goodness and favour shown by the Queen, 252.