Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 2, 1509-1525. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1866.
This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. All rights reserved.
Lachaux (Lachaulx), Poupet de, sent to congratulate the King of Portugal on his accession, ii. 394.
-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 394.
-, -, secret instruction of the Emperor for, 395.
-, -, goes to Zaragoza to Pope Adrian, 416.
-, -, letter to Charles V. from, 421.
-, -, speaks in favour of Juan Manuel, 422.
-, -, unequal to his post as ambassador, 425.
-, -, mentioned at 422, 429, 457.
La Rochelle, ii. 17.
Ladies to attend on the Princess of Wales in England, i. 251, 252.
Ladron, Don, i. 59.
Lady of honour to the Princess of Wales : Doña Elvira Manuel, i. 246.
Lalain, Anthonius de, Seigneur de Montigny, treasurer of the King of Spain, ii. 288.
Lalemand, signature of, ii. 441, 643, 655-6.
La Motte, ii. 487.
Landriano, ii. 587.
Langley, letters from Henry VII. dated from i. 317, 432.
Languages, the King of Scots' knowledge of, i. 169.
Languedoc, i. 287.
-, French forces collected in, 319.
-, England offers Spain, 343.
-, ii. 482, 627.
-, fleet to attack the coast of, 535.
Lanoy, Charles de, Viceroy of Naples (see Naples Viceroy), ii. 419, 452, 602, 650.
-, -, fears the army will disband if not paid, 499.
-, -, to go to Rome, 502.
-, -, endeavours to influence the Pope, 525.
-, -, commander-in-chief of the Venetian army, 584.
-, -, news from, 586.
-, -, expected in Lombardy, 597.
-, -, in search of money for the league, 606.
-, -, in Lombardy, 613.
-, -, ready with aid and influence, 626.
-, -, instructions from Charles V. to, 640.
-, -, to concert measures with De la Roche, 641.
-, -, his servant writes to Alonso Sanchez, 647.
-, -, to procure and pay 100,000 ducats to Bourbon, 654, 656.
-, -, causes of failure in Italy summed up by, 661.
-, -, difficulties in pursuit of money experienced by, 667, 668, 693.
-, -, conditions on which a treaty of truce will be signed by, 674.
-, -, negotiates with King of France, 675.
-, -, must keep his army in state of efficiency in expectation of the French, 678.
-, -, consultation on truce with France to be held with, 685.
-, -, consultation with respect to Milan to be held with, 687.
-, -, communication from Sessa regarding peace to, 690.
-, -, prudent and friendly letter to the Signory from, 692.
-, -, his presence required in Naples, 694.
-, -, his indefatigable conduct at Pavia, heedless of all danger, 701.
-, -, receives certain proposals from Archbishop of Capua, 702.
-, -, terms for a truce stated by, 703.
-, -, labours under four difficulties, 703.
-, -, desires news of the Duke of Albany, 704.
-, -, accused of threatening the Pope, 705.
-, -, attack on Francis I. to be made by, 708.
-, -, letters from, to the Emperor Charles V., 457, 499, 667.
-, -, -, to Lope de Soria, 616.
-, -, -, Ruy Diaz de Peñalosa, 686.
-, -, -, Duke of Sessa, 702.
-, -, -, mentioned at 463, 492, 506, 579, 583, 590, 603, 618, 619, 620, 650, 689, 692, 697.
-, Randon, chamberlain to King of France, royal commissioner, ii. 33.
Lansquenets, ii. 582.
Lanuza, Johannes de, signature, ii. 180.
-, Juan de, ambassador to England and Flanders, 70.
-, -, salary of, 70.
-, -, instructions from Ferdinand to, 71.
-, -, to hire ships in Flanders for King Henry, 96.
-, -, secret communications to be made by, 138.
-, -, is to persuade Mde. Margaret to use her influence with the Emperor, 199.
-, -, in Flanders, 200.
-, -, message to be delivered in secret to Mde. Margaret by, 214.
-, -, must see that a proper successor to Mde. Margaret be appointed, 242.
-, -, power given to, to conclude treaty, 255.
-, -, letters to, 71, 136, 185, 195, 203, 214, 240, 250.
-, Pedro de, 132.
Lanwaryn, Jerome, i. 450,
Lanwerirum, Jerome, i. 387.
Laoysa, Juan de, Bishop of Alghero, General of Dominican Friars, ii. 385.
-, -, archbishopric of Granada given to, 553.
-, -, death of, 697.
La Palice, ii. 455.
-, killed at Pavia, 709.
Lardirago, letter addressed from, ii. 697.
Laredo, vessels freighted with iron in the Port of, i. 119.
-, Spanish fleet sailed from, 137.
-, the Princess of Wales embarked at, 262.
-, letters dated from, i. 114, 119, 122.
Laterna, the fortress of, to be given as security to King Ferdinand, ii. 189, 192, 197, 205.
Lateran, council of, convoked by Pope Julius II., ii. 59.
Latin letter, Henry VII. requests a, i. 12.
-, secretary, letters written by, 191.
- -, illness of, 225.
- -, invisible after Henry VII. returned from Calais, 233.
Latur, Peter de, license to, 40.
Lanzelot, mention made of, ii. 44.
Laundress to the Princess of Wales, i. 246.
Lautrec, Monsieur de, (see Odet de Foix), ii. 146, 150, 361, 373.
-, -, at the French Court, 455, 613.
-, -, is to be sent to Guienne, 514.
-, -, recounts the Imperial losses in France, 599.
Laxao (Lachaulx), ii. 413, 414.
Laysola, Antonio de, grant of protection, &c., to, i. 42.
League between Pope Alexander VI., Maximilian I., Ferdinand and Isabella, Barbadico in the name of Venice, Ludovico Sforza, and (afterwards) Henry VII., i. 55.
-, articles of :
1st, continuance and purpose ;
2nd, troops to be provided by the members ;
3rd, reciprocal duties of the members ;
4th, special agreement between the Pope and the Dukes of Venice and Milan ;
5th, assistance to be rendered by the Pope to the members ;
6th, one member not to conclude peace without the consent of all ;
7th, alliances after conclusion of league ;
8th, present members to decide on conditions to admit others ;
9th, power of members to admit adherents ;
10, ratification of league ;
11th, proclamation of league ;
12th, of towns, fortresses, castles, conquered ;
13th, reparation of offence given by members ;
14th, passage of troops through members territories ;
15th, deserters from any members ;
16th, the King of the Romans permitted to pass through Italian States ;
17th, the Dukes of Venice and Milan to follow Maximilian to Rome
-, 55, 56.
-, the, dated from Venice, 30th March 1495, 56.
-, proclamation of, 56.
-, news of the publication of, 57.
-, members of, 62, 65.
-, message to Henry VII. respecting, 67.
-, information to Henry VII. respecting, 68.
-, extent of aid to be given by, 68.
-, the King of Scots to be persuaded to enter, 69.
-, purposes of, 70.
-, reasons for Henry VII.'s entering, 81.
-, Henry VII. admitted into, 89.
-, the King of Scots not requested to enter, 92.
-, entrance of Henry VII. into, 92, 93, 97, 105, 111, 113.
-, Henry VII.'s conditions alter, 94.
-, Ferdinand and Isabella send powers respecting, 94.
-, 2nd and 3rd clauses of, 94.
-, powers to admit Henry VII. into, 95.
-, Ferdinand and Isabella wish Henry VII. to enter, 117.
-, conduct to be pursued towards Henry VII. if he has entered, 120.
-, proclamation of the entrance of Henry VII. into, 123.
-, Ferdinand and Isabella rejoice in the prospect of Henry VII. entering, 133.
-, Henry VII. refuses to aid, 188.
- and confederation between Spain and England, excepted from, — the Pope
-, the Church
-, Maximilian, King of the Romans
-, Philip, Archduke of Austria, 86.
- between Spain and England, object of, 309.
-, holy, between—Pope Julius II.
-, King Ferdinand
-, Leonardo Loredano, Doge of Venice
-, dated at St. Peter at Rome, 4th October 1511, ii. 54-5-6.
-, articles and objects of, 54-5-6.
Lebron, William, i. 369.
Lecco, ii. 470.
-, siege to be laid to, 471, 472, 481.
-, surrendered to Charles V., 487.
Lecha, the Baron de, French ambassador in Venice, ii. 497.
Legate, Cardinal Wolsey nominated, ii. 335.
Lemus, the Count of, property in Castile seized by, 441.
Lent, Henry VII. very devout in, i. 206.
Leo X., Pope, see Pope Leo.
Leon, the kingdom of, i. 339.
-, bishopric of, ii. 328.
-, bishopric of, to be renounced by Archbishop Bari, 483, 553.
Lepanto conquered by the Turks, i. 215.
Lerma, Francisco de, license to, i. 40.
-, Alphonso de, 205.
-, -, license to, 271.
Lescun, Monsieur de, made prisoner in Switzerland, ii. 383.
-, -, made prisoner at Pavia, 709.
Letter from Ferdinand and Isabella, the date wrongly deciphered, i. 141.
Letters, Ferdinand and Isabella will always send duplicates of, i. 67.
Letters from Italy to Henry VII., i. 157.
- -, Ferdinand and Isabella addressed in blank, given to the Duke of Buckingham
-, Earl of Suffolk
-, Earl of Surrey
-, Earl of Essex
-, and Prior of St. John's, 228.
- of Marque, 4.
- -, new, 4.
- -, Ferdinand and Isabella give, 12.
- -, revoked, 22.
- -, and reprisal demanded by a Spanish subject, 72.
- patent for English ships, 299.
- - for an indulgence, 327.
- of Emperor Charles V. (See Charles V.)
-, of De Puebla. (See Puebla.)
- of Ferdinand of Spain. (See Ferdinand.)
- of Ferdinand and Isabella. (See Ferdinand and Isabella.)
- of Henry VII. (See Henry VII.)
- of Henry VIII. (See Henry VIII.
- of Isabella. (See Isabella.)
- of Katharine, Princess of Wales. (See Katharine and the Princess of Wales.)
- of Queen Katharine. (See Katharine, Queen.)
Lewis, King of France, i. 418.
Lewys, letter of Henry VII. dated from, i. 331.
Leyden, i. 451, 455.
Leyva, Antonio de, ii. 470.
-, -, designs of, on Domodossola, 472.
-, -, at Pavia, 676, 679.
-, -, succeeds in collecting money and clothes in Pavia, 691.
-, -, distinguished for prudence and valour, 692.
-, -, hopes for speedy relief, 695, 697.
-, -, successful sally, plunder gained by, 702.
-, -, the "good," puts the enemy to flight, 708.
-, -, wounded at Pavia, 709.
Liandro, Hieronymo, courier of the Pope, ii. 319.
Licenses granted by Henry VII., 1 (3), 2 (3), 3, 15, 26, 30, 32, 37, 40 (3), 42, 51.
- sold by De Puebla, 165.
"Licenciatus et Decanus" to De Puebla, i. 150.
Licentiate, the, Salamanca, ii. 505.
Liege, letter delivered to the provost of, i, 183.
-, town of, included in treaties, ii. 35, 435.
-, the Provost of, 201.
-, Archbishop of, ii. 548.
-, Evrard de la Mark, Bishop of, Cardinal's hat for the, desired by the Emperor, 309, 310, 315, 318, 329, 332, 352, 363, 364, 379.
-, Bishop of, included in treaties, 232, 435.
-, -, creation of, as Cardinal, published, 362, 363.
-, -, Cardinal of, included in treaty, 664.
Lierissa, i. 455.
Lille, Monsieur de, ii. 226.
-, treaty of, 162, 179.
-, -, to be burned by Ferdinand's orders, 218, 222.
Limburg, ii. 556.
Lincoln, the Bishop of, officiated at the marriage of the Prince and Princess of Wales, i. 249.
Lisbon, postscript of letter dated from, i. 66.
-, answer to be sent to factors of, 75.
-, the company at, 77.
Llazarraga, Joan de, accountant and trustee of Queen Isabella, ii. 18.
Lobaton, Torre de, ii. 341.
Loches, place where Lodovico Sforza died, ii. 245.
Lodi, taken and sacked by Imperialists, ii. 419, 679.
-, money sent by the Pope intercepted in, 618.
-, to be fortified by Bourbon, 677.
-, mentioned at, 692, 697.
-, letter dated from, 695.
Lodovico, Duke, reference made to, ii. 71, 124.
Lodron, Baptista, Count, ii. 692.
Logroño, ii. 70.
-, letters from Emperor Charles V. dated from, ii. 587, 589.
Loja, the town of, i. 2.
Lombardy, Cardinal de Medicis, legate to the army in, ii. 373.
-, army and war in, 404, 472, 572, 590, 608, 626.
-, Venetians refuse aid to, 512.
-, Richard Pace in, 646.
-, pestilence in, 654.
-, mentioned at 384, 463, 581, 589, 597, 603, 607, 621, 627, 628, 638, 650, 667, 684, 695, 708.
Lomelyn, Dominico, merchant, ii. 19.
London, i. 1, 12.
-, five merchants of, 40.
-, the port of, 42.
-, letter purporting to be to the agent of Diego de Soria in, 75.
-, the Princess Katharine may land at the port of, 129.
-, arrival of the Commander Londoño and the Sub-Prior in, 153.
-, reasons given by Ayala for staying in, 168.
-, ambassadors in, 189.
-, arrival of Ursino in, 207.
-, programme of the festivities to be held in, 231.
-, pestilence in, 238.
-, joust to be held in, 255.
-, bond of mayor and aldermen of, 449.
-, payment of loan from Henry VII. to Charles, Archduke of Austria, to take place in, 450.
-, repayment of loan to Charles, Archduke of Austria, to take place in, 450.
-, the Bishop of, late Bishop of Rochester, 112.
-, -, empowered to act for Henry VII., 129.
-, -, treaty signed by, 139.
-, -, the Spanish ambassadors dine with, 160.
-, -, one of the most influential persons in England, 163.
-, -, treaty with Spain of the 10th July 1499, signed by, 212.
-, -, letter from Ferdinand and Isabella to, 220.
-, -, Puebla writes in concert with, 234.
-, -, keeper of the Great Seal, 306.
-, -, French pension paid to the, ii. 586.
-, Ferdinand and Isabella ratify treaty of marriage concluded in, i. 131.
-, Puebla's mean way of living in, 147.
-, Spanish merchants residing in, 165.
-, Ferdinand and Isabella requested to pay part of De Puebla's salary in, 228.
-, Henry VII. goes to meet the Princess of Wales on her way to, 263.
-, the Princess of Wales married on the 14th of November 1501, in, 263.
-, -, to go by easy stages to, 264.
-, Henry VII. accepts jewels as part payment, only at the price in, 408.
-, entry of Emperor Charles V. into, ii. 430.
-, -, of Henry VIII. and Queen Katharine into, 432.
-, commission dated at, 549.
-, news sent by merchants of, 552, 652.
-, -, from, of preparations for invasion of France, 669.
-, treaty of, the, 2nd October 1518, 290.
-, -, references to the, 447, 474, 479, 504.
-, -, of August 1514, referred to, 664.
-, letters dated from, i. 12, 60, 107, 113, 152, 155, 164, 179, 180, 198, 207, 209, 214, 218, 238, 330, 336, 338, 345, 347, 363, 371, 373, 374, 410, 456, ii. 43, 44, 45, 78, 275, 431, 432, 433.
Londoño, departure for Flanders of, i. 180.
-, reception in Flanders of, 181.
-, letter to Ferdinand and Isabella, dated Brussels, from, 182.
-, Knight Commander, mission to England of, i. 147.
-, Ferdinand and Isabella give certain instructions respecting Henry VII. to, 147, 148, 149.
-, Spanish business in England to be intrusted to, 150.
-, arrival in London of, 153.
-, first audience given by Henry VII. to, 154.
-, second audience given by Henry VII. to, 154, 160.
-, leave taking of, 155.
-, account of his arrival in London, and reception by Henry VII., 159, 164.
-, complaints of De Puebla from, 161, 162, 163.
-, letter from the Spanish merchants residing in London to, 165.
-, complaints of the conduct of De Puebla made to, 165, 166, 167.
Longueville, Duke of, Louis of Orléans, ii. 35, 203.
Lopes, John, resident of Bruges, safe-conduct to, i. 25.
Lopez, Diego, despatch received by, i. 106.
-, Juan, trustee of Queen Isabella, to Ferdinand of Spain, i. 397.
-, -, bearer of memoir to Membrilla, ii. 7.
-, Hernando, Magister, Spanish physician sent to Henry VIII., 271.
Loquinguen, sent on mission to Emperor Charles V., ii. 668, 671.
-, bearer of money to Italian army, 677, 684, 700.
Lord Admiral, conservator of treaty, ii. 35, 233.
Lord Chamberlain, the, Ferdinand requested to write to, i. 436.
- Chancellor, conservator of treaty, ii. 35, 233.
Lord High Steward, the, Ferdinand requested to have a letter written to, i. 439.
- Treasurer, conservator of treaty, ii. 35, 233.
- Warden of the Cinque Ports, ii. 35, 233.
Loredano, Leonardo, Doge of Venice, (see Venice also) treaty between the Pope Julius, King Ferdinand and, ii. 54.
-, -, death of, 1521, 357.
-, -, reference made to, 684.
Lorenzo, Fernan, money in the keeping of, seized by the Jews, i. 51.
Lorraine, Cardinal, ii. 387, 589.
-, -, at the conclave, 590.
-, -, mentioned at, 615, 644.
-, Duke of, clause in treaty respecting the, 80.
-, -, included in treaties, 35, 232, 292.
Lotto, a game invented by the Venetians, ii. 504.
Louis XII., King of France, alteration of clause in Spanish treaty respecting peace with, i. 33.
-, -, caution to Henry VII. respecting, 62.
-, -, declaration respecting Roussillon made by, 65.
-, -, devotion of, 150.
-, -, Puebla influences Henry VII. against, 151.
-, -, present made to the King of Scotland by, 174.
-, -, treaty of peace entered into with the Archduke by, 183.
-, -, conduct of, 188, 283, 394.
-, -, propositions from the King of the Romans to, 193.
-, -, Spain concludes peace with, 195.
-, -, exceptions of, from treaty, 204, 223.
-, -, Henry VII. included in Spanish treaty with, 210.
-, -, surrender of the Italian States to, 217.
-, -, herald sent to Henry by, 218.
-, -, proposition to the King of Scots from, 219.
-, -, cipher signifying, 226.
-, -, Ferdinand and Isabella complain of the attempts on Naples made by, 259.
-, -, preparations for war made by, 272, 286, 316.
-, -, rupture with Spain of, 273.
-, -, proposed confederation against, 288.
-, -, the Archduke desires to make peace with, 305.
-, -, conduct towards Spain of, 315.
-, -, reparation for French piracy asked of, 317.
-, -, peace with Spain desired by, 332.
-, -, the Archduke in the power of, 355.
-, -, clauses in English and Spanish treaty relating to, 357.
-, -, proposition to undertake the conquest of Africa made by Henry VII. to, 368.
-, -, the Archduke received a safe conduct from, 371.
-, -, treaty made by King Ferdinand with, 377.
-, -, assistance given to Gueldres by, 395.
-, -, letter to Henry VII. respecting the affairs of Gueldres from, 398.
-, -, letter to Henry VII. from, 399.
-, -, perfidy of, 399.
-, -, Henry VII. sends Francis Marsin to, 401.
-, -, manœuvres of, 419.
-, -, King Ferdinand's interview with, 421.
-, -, Julius II. would reconcile the King of the Romans with, 422.
-, -, complaints of the King of the Romans respecting, 430.
-, -, reports circulated by King Ferdinand respecting, 434.
-, -, complaints of Maximilian from, 442.
-, -, interference respecting the Prince of Wales' marriage of, 456.
-, -, plan proposed by Henry VII. to separate King Ferdinand from, 467.
-, -, alliance with England desired by, 468.
-, -, the country of the Church has been re-conquered by the Pope and, ii. 22.
-, -, intention of, to attack Venice, 27.
-, -, a treaty has been concluded between King of England and, 43.
-, -, refuses to ratify two clauses of treaty with the Pope, 46.
-, -, ambitious designs of, 47.
-, -, two Venetian captains with their forces have been bought over by, 47.
-, -, plan of, to dethrone the Pope, 49.
-, -, threatened advance upon Italy by, 50.
-, -, briefs and letters of the Pope intercepted by, 53.
-, -, the Pope issues bull of excommunication against all those who assist, 63.
-, -, stipulations on which Ferdinand would reconcile himself with, 90.
-, -, Queen of (Anne of Bretagne), implores Ferdinand to grant truce of one year to, 98.
-, -, power of, given to conclude truce, 105.
-, -, Quintana sent on secret mission to, 118.
-, -, treaty projected between Ferdinand and, 121.
-, -, has promised to pay usual pensions to King of England, 124.
-, -, message concerning the peace and marriage of Madame Renée to be delivered to, 125.
-, -, proposes to marry his daughter Madame Renée to Infante Ferdinand, 126.
-, -, prorogation of time for ratifying treaty granted to Maximilian by, 130.
-, -, proposals to destroy Venice made by, 141.
-, -, loss of duchy of Milan and army by, 145.
-, -, ambassadors sent to offer a separate peace to Ferdinand with, 146.
-, -, great promises to gain over the Pope made by, 152.
-, -, proposals made to Ferdinand concerning the marriage of one of his grandsons with Madame Renée by, 172.
-, -, proposed treaty between Ferdinand and, 173.
-, -, renunciation of the schismatic council by, 178.
-, -, terms offered in the event of marriage between Infante Ferdinand and Princess Renée by, 188.
-, -, claims on Naples renounced by, 192.
-, -, promises to raise no difficulties in Scotland for King of England, 194, 198.
-, -, binds himself to deliver up the castle of Laterna, 197.
-, -, wishes to marry Madame Eleanor (Ferdinand's grand-daughter), 201.
-, -, projected marriage of Madame Eleanor with, 204, 206, 217, 221, 229, 234, 236.
-, -, messages on various matters sent by Ferdinand to, 212.
-, -, must give security to King of England with respect to Scotch affairs, 216.
-, -, bond of, 226.
-, -, negotiations for the marriage of King of England's sister with, 227.
-, -, old privileges of English merchants in Bordeaux to be renewed by, 233.
-, -, stipulation added to treaty of Henry VIII. with, 234.
-, -, memoir or letter addressed to Duke of Suffolk by, 243.
-, -, promises to assist King of England in certain conquests in Spain, 243.
-, -, narrates the history of the duchy of Milan to prove his right to it, 244.
-, -, begs for aid from King of England to make good his claim on Milan, 245.
-, -, is dead, 251.
-, -, pensions paid to English subjects by, 242, 246, 247, 250.
-, -, treaties and alliances of, with :
1510, March 23, Henry VIII., 33.
1513, April 1, Maximilian, Ferdinand, Prince Charles, and James of Scotland, 104.
1513, May (?), projected treaty with Ferdinand, 121.
1513, March 13, Maximilian, Kings of England, Spain, and Scotland, and Prince Charles, 207.
1514, July 9, Henry VIII., 226.
1514, Aug. 7, Henry VIII., 230.
-, -, commissions, powers, &c., of, 11, 105, 208.
Louis of Orléans, ambassador of France, ii. 230.
-, Duke of Longueville, reference to, 244.
Louise of Savoy, mother of King Francis I., ii. 308, 341, 454, 621.
-, -, said to be in secret communication with Wolsey, 622.
-, -, Archbishop of Capua with, 688.
Louvain, University of, unceremonious behaviour of a student from the, ii. 453.
Love intrigues of the King of Scotland, i. 170.
Lovel, Sir Thomas, privy councillor, i. 448.
-, -, pensions paid by the French to, ii. 247, 284, 286, 289, 293, 296, 300, 325, 346.
-, -, - by the Emperor Charles V., 586.
Low Countries to be placed under protection of Henry VIII., ii. 395.
Loys, commissions signed by, ii. 93, 105.
Lozano, Alonzo Fray, letter from King Ferdinand to, ii. 224.
Lucca, i. 217.
-, merchants of, 410.
-, justly fined, ii. 463.
-, military execution proposed by Juan Manuel against, 515.
-, to be included in defensive alliance of the Pope, Emperor, &c., 568.
-, proportion of pension due to Henry VIII. to be paid by, 657.
-, mention of, at 487, 494, 502, 506, 513, 535, 582, 584, 605.
Lucerne declines to assist France, ii. 621.
Ludel, Master, Treasurer, i. 163.
Ludlow, letter from Arthur, Prince of Wales, dated from, i. 212.
-, castle of, document drawn up in the, (attesting the marriage of the Princess Katharine to Prince Arthur of Wales), 257.
Lugo, taken by the Pope, ii. 53.
-, Bishop of, 536.
Lumbier to be fortified, ii. 182.
Luna, Alvaro de, ii. 445.
Lurcy, servant of the Duke of Bourbon, ii. 655, 656.
Lussa, Seigneur de, ii. 630.
Luther, Martin, friar, greatly feared by the Pope, ii. 305.
-, -, favour should be shown by Emperor to, 305.
-, -, briefs concerning, 319.
-, -, persons to be deputed to dispute with, 332.
-, -, affairs of, to be treated of at the Diet (of Worms), 338.
-, -, measures to be taken to coerce, 339.
-, -, in such bad repute he would "not be well received even in hell," 341.
-, -, various reports concerning, 342.
-, -, cause of anxiety to the Pope, 343.
-, -, has arrived at Imperial court, 344.
-, -, at the Diet of Worms, 345.
-, -, threatened prosecution of, 348.
-, -, a book against, said to be composed by the King and all the learned men of England, 376, 381.
-, -, his works prohibited, 580.
-, -, his affairs to be settled at Spire, 649.
-, -, mentioned also at 337, 582, 660, 671, 681, 700.
Lutherans, extirpation of, ii. 610.
Luxemburg, the King of the Romans proposes an interview with the Archduke in, i. 184.
-, army to be sent by Archduchess Margaret from, ii. 556.
-, Jaques de, i. 387, 450.
-, John de, 387, 388, 450.
-, the Duke of, proposed marriage of the Princess Mary of England to, 395.
-, -, refusal of the King of France to give his daughter to, 395.
Luys, letter to the Archbishop of Toledo respecting Christopher Columbus from, i. 49.
-, claims of, 49.
Lyons, Italy to be approached by way of, ii. 46.
-, Francis I. at, 503, 577, 586.
-, news of the King of France from, 652, 653.
-, Archbishop of Capua detained at, 678, 688.
-, fair at, postponed, 705.
-, see also at 49, 455, 499, 606.