Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 3 Part 2, 1527-1529. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1877.
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Cabanillas, Cavanillas, Nicolas de, takes despatches from Leyva to Spain, ii. 936.
Caballos de Basto, meaning of the expression, 698, note.
Cabe (?) in the island of Corsica, v. Calvi.
Cabot, Caboto, Sebastian, the pilot, discoveries made by, ii. 823.
Cabra (?), ii. 728.
-, count of, v. Fernandez de Cordoba.
Cabrera, Spanish family, ii, 618.
-, a Spaniard, his business at Rome, 407.
Cadell, John, an Englishman, his suit in chancery, 94.
Cadiz in Spain, the bishopric of, given to a nephew of the archbishop of Cosenza, 456.
-, -, v. Accolti and Cosenza.
Cadore, in Friuli, German lansquenets of the Lutheran sect arrive at, 809.
Caia, village near Monza, in Lombardy, arrival of the Swiss reinforcements at, (1527), ii. 310.
Calabresa, La, imperial galley, 611.
-, goes over to the enemy at Salerno, ii. 671,718.
Calabria, the revenue of, estimated, 800.
-, 24 Turkish sail for the coast of, 725.
-, invaded and almost conquered by the confederates, ii. 720, 741, 868.
-, recovered by the imperialists under Burrello, ii. 768.
Calais, 75, 94, 680.
-, treaty of, alluded to, 147.
-, .the staple of Flanders to be transferred to, or Montreuil, 94.
Calais, lieutenant of the castle of, ., Wingfield.
-, treasurer of, v. Sandys.
-, marshal of, v. Wingfield (Robert).
-, prisoners at, to be released, 212.
-, to be the place of meeting between Henry and Francis, ii. 275.
Calatrava, order of, the "Maestrasgos" or mastership of, ii. 336.
Calepiats, baron of, a Calabrese nobleman, takes service with the French, ii. 868.
Calvi, in Corsica, the imperial fleet under Lannoy to land at, 1005.
Calvimont, Jean de, second president of the parliament of Bordeaux, French ambassador in Spain, ii. 62, 283.
-, -, takes leave of the emperor at Burgos, ii. 548.
Calvo, Agustin, or Agostino, banker at Naples, 645.
Cama, Pedro de la, a native of Santiago in Galicia, ii. 338.
-, -, declaration made by, ii. 161.
Cambray, meeting of Margaret and the queen mother of France at (1529), ii. Int. i. 784.
-, negociations for the peace of, ii. 749.
Camerino, duke of, v. Varana.
-, duchess of, v. Cibo.
-, report of the sack of, by Sciarra Colonna, ii. 382, 393.
Camillo, Gaetano, appointed governor of a town in Naples, ii. 858.
Camisas benditas, blessed tunics; Leyva makes his men put on, for the surprise of the Switzers and Grisons at Carato, ii. 318.
Campanone, Il, at Milan, attacked by the mob during the riots in June, 1526; 762.
Campeggio, Lorenzo, cardinal of Sancta Anastasia, papal legate in Germany for the Lutheran affairs, 69.
-, -, thanked by the emperor for his good wishes, 1004.
-, -, in Rome after the sack as papal legate, ii. 4367, 496, 498, 528.
-, -, sent to England for the divorce case, ii. 685, 719, 779.
-, expected in London about Michaelmas, ii. 784.
-, leaves Rome, ii. 723.
-, arrives at Paris (12th September), ii. 788.
-, his expenses to be defrayed by Henry, ii. 789.
-, mandate to, for the divorce case, ii. 811,822.
-, his reception at Bridewell, Latin oration and reply made on the occasion, ii. 83940.
-, king Henry visits him at his residence, ii. 841.
Campeggio, account of the interview, as related to D. Iigo by one of his secretaries, ii. 842.
-, gives the queen the papal brief, and exhibits his credentials, ii. 840.
-, explains the reasons of his being sent to England as legate, and advises Katharine to retire to a convent, ii. 841, 887.
-, Katharine's answer to this proposal, ibid.
-, again visited by the king, ii. 8412.
-, -, -, by the queen, and Don Iigo's report of both interviews, 8423.
-, his conference with Don Iigo, ii. 8434.
-, urged by Henry to institute proceedings for the divorce case, ii. 849.
-, ordered by the pope not to pronounce sentence, 893.
-, the revocation of, and Wolsey's legatine powers to be urgently solicited at Rome, 879.
-, very sorry that he ever came to England, ii. 886.
-, and Wolsey, at the request of Henry, send their secretaries to Rome, to urge that the divorce suit be tried in England, ii. 887.
-, (Thomas?), bishop of Feltri, papal legate in Venice, recalled, ii. 712, 963.
Campidoglio, meeting in the, at Rome, ii. 162.
Campillo, in Castille, letter dated from, ii. 411.
Campo Basso, marchese di, ii. 763.
Campo di Fiore at Rome, tumultuous meetings of the lansquenets at, ii. 237, 527, 539, 558.
-, the Germans erect a scaffold at. to execute several cardinals who were kept as hostages, ii. 4767.
-, Fragoso Jamus, in command of the Venetian forces, ii. 287.
-, Cesare, takes Genoa, 347, 863.
-, Basso, marquis de, ii. 763.
-, Hagon, a piazza or square in Rome; the Germans meet at, ii. 238.
Candalle (also written Ciandale and Chyandele,) Mons. de, French colonel, Int. ii. xxxvi.
-, -, taken prisoner before Naples (1528), ii. 7689.
-, -, dies of his wounds, ibid. 1005.
Canillas, Las, a castle in Calabria taken by Pero Gonzalez de Mendoza, ii. 869.
Canossa, count Lodovico di, bishop of Tricarico and of Bayeux, French ambassador in Venice, 257, 261, 666, 703, 893.
-, -, to Ferrara for the settlement of the Italian League, 782.
-, -, a shrewed Italian and thorough Frenchman, 225.
Canossa, count Lodovico di, letter to Giberto the datary, 630.
Canterbury, arrival of the French ambassador at, 23.
-, archbishop of, v. Warham.
Capellaco, meaning of the word, ii. 655.
Capello (?) Galceran, a native of Valencia 701.
Capin, Capino, Cappino, also called Chiapino secretary to the marquis of Mantua. Sent by the pope on a mission to Francis, 582, 603, 605, 613, 640, 646 656, 666, 683, 703, 7112, 732,979.
-, and to the Switzers, 932.
-, letter to, from Gian Matheo Giberto, 449.
Capistrano, marquis of, ., Piccolomini (Alfonso).
Capitanata of Puglia, Lautrec takes possession of the (1528), ii. 610, 663.
-, the government of the, given to an imperialist, ii. 835.
Capo di Boy or Bove, papal troops to be removed from Valmontone to, close to Rome, ii. 38.
Caponibus, Hyeronimus de (Girolamo Capponi?), signs the adhesion of Florence to the league (1527), ii. 163.
Capponi, Niccolo, gonfaloniere of Florence, ii. 917.
-, Piero, reported death of, ii. 917, note.
Capri in the gulf of Salerno, battle of, ii. 152,751.
Capua (Naples), surrenders to the league, ii. 654.
-, recovered by the imperialists, ii. 778.
-, archbishop of, v. Schomberg.
-, prior of, his death, ii. 161.
-, Annibale di, letter to the emperor (1528), ii. 460.
-, Federico di, dismissed from the imperial service, 570, 699.
-, Julio di, captain of men-at-arms, 49; ii. 698, 785.
-, to be thanked in the imperial name, 998.
Caracciolo, Marino, prothonotary and imperial ambassador in Venice, 22, 342.
-, -, instructions to, 149.
-, -, to receive Morone's confession and examine witnesses, 857.
-, -, appointed chancellor and lord high justice of the duchy of Milan, ii. 256, 262, 295.
-, -, governs the city during Leyva's absence, ii. 281.
-, -, letters to the emperor from Venice (1525), 1256, 137, 143, 152, 190, 205, 208, 216, 222, 224, 2367, 240, 248, 252, 2556, 274, 282, 284, 294, 302, 305.
-, -, (1526), 33940, 3434, 354, 3567, 371, 384, 42930, 444, 451, 462, 468, 498, 500, 522, 557, 5978.
Caracciolo, Marino, from Milan and Pavia (15278), ii. 7, 11, 58, 92, 112, 1223, 130, 132, 139, 165, 190, 199, 203, 217, 316,4945, 498, 502, 524, 5689, 573, 591.
-, -, to Gattinara, 525, 5479.
-, -, to the marquis de Pescara, 254.
-, -, notice of, Int. xxix.
-, Girolamo, Int. xxix, note.
-, Colantonio or Nicola Antonio, ii. 673.
-, Sergiano (Gian, Giovan), prince of Melfi taken prisoner, ii. 647, 650.
-, -, deserts the imperial cause and goes over to the French, ii. 693, 698, 835.
-, -, notice of, Int. ii. xxxv.
Caracks, several, to be fitted out at Genoa against the emperor's projected journey to Italy (1526), 621.
-, for Bourbon's voyage to Spain, 249, 669.
Caraffa, Andrea, conte di Santa Severina, lieutenant-general of Naples (15256), 297, 694, 900.
-, -, death of (Nov. 1526), 1002.
-, Antonio, count of Montorio, prepares to invade Naples, assisted by the "fuorusciti," ii. 75-6, 92, 938.
-, Diomede, third count of Maddalone, ii. 799, 998.
-, another, sent to Spain on a deputation from Naples, ii. 865.
-, Ferrante, ii. 799.
-, Gian Pietro, cardinal archbishop of Chieti, ii. 950.
-, Gian Thomaaso, count of Maddalone, a Neapolitan baron, ii. 6634, 675.
-, -, his campaign in Calabria against the French, ii. 71920.
-, -, letters to the emperor, ii. 404, 418, 466, 484, 590.
-, Roberto Bonifacio, marquis of Oria, ii.
-, Vicenzo, marquis of Monte Sarchio, the estate of, given to Leyva by Ferdinand the catholic of Spain, ii. 531.
-, -, to Vasto, ii. 856, 905.
Carato, villa di, the warder of Mus (Giangiacopo de' Medici) defeated at, ii. 317.
Cardinals, creation of, by Clement for the sole purpose of raising money, 444, 609, 1026, 1057: ii. 37, 160, 176, 5078.
-, nine, appointed to prepare an answer to the emperor's letter of the 4th Oct. 1526, ii. 8.
-, three, made some days before the taking of Rome (May 1527), ii. 200.
-, cruel treatment of some of the, during the sack, ii. 1978, 200, 239.
-, several given as hostages for the capitulation of Rome, 210, 231, 237, 489.
-, those retained by the Germans make their escape, ii. 253, 397, 488.
-, three more sent to Naples, ii. 394,489.
Cardinals, the remainder, with Farnese at their head, assemble at Parma in France and write a letter to Clement, ii. 195.
-, constantly plotting against the emperor, ii. 414,452.
-, liberation of those kept as hostages in Naples, ii. 893.
-, return to Rome, ibid.
-, four to be created in Naples on the payment of 20,000 ducats for each hat, ii. 4724.
-, in the event of Clement's death propose making a new election out of that city, ii. 893, 896.
-, the emperor's assurance to the, that the election will not be interfered with provided it is legally made at Rome, ii. 896.
-, the imperial ambassador protests against the resolution taken by the, of abandoning Rome, ii. 947.
-, Mai's private opinion of each of the, ii. 94754.
-, college of, letter to the emperor, asking for the liberation of its members kept as hostages in Naples, ii. 453.
Cardona, duke of, v. Aragon.
-, D. Juan de, lieutenant of the marquis de Pescara, slain at Pavia, 637.
-, D. Luis de, bishop of Barcelona, 257, 263,269, 645; ii. 985.
-, -, bishop of Monreale in Sicily, 263; ii. 865.
-, Ramon de, count of Alventos, viceroy of Naples, alluded, 847, note; ii. 130, 630.
Carisca, meaning of the word, ii. 695.
Carlo III., duke of Savoy, tries to bring about peace between the emperor and Francis, 5.
-, -, money claimed from, for the expenses of the war in Italy, 1067.
-, -, sends one of his secretaries to the emperor, 137.
-, -, announces his intention to visit Spain, 225,248.
-, -, with a view, as it is said, of obtaining the release of Francis, 233.
-, -, in fear of an invasion from the Venetians sends to Milan for help, 5856, 777.
-, -, protests against the quartering of troops in Savoy or Piedmont, 327, 585.
-, -, compounds with the imperia generals, 223, 250, 267.
-, -, gives Lautrec passage through his estates, 789; ii. 298.
-, -, letters to Lope Hurtado, 203.
-, -, wrongly called Carlo Emanuele, 327, 629,998.
Carmagnola or Carmagnuola, (Piemont), the strong places in, to be garrisoned by the count of Geneva, 398, 812.
-, Pescara sends troops to, 428.
Carmagnola or Carmagnuola, (Piemont), occupied by Giovanni da Birago, 777.
Carmona, v. Cremona.
Carmonailles, sieur de, "ecuyer tranchant" to Margaret of Austria, sent to England on a mission, 78, 91.
Carniola, threatened invasion of, and Stiria by the Turks, 89.
Carondelet, Jean de, archbishop of Palermo, president of the council of the Low Countries, 36.
Carpentras, bishop of, v. Sadoleto.
Carpi (Modena), the town and castle of, given in fief to Pescara, 105, 315.
-, and afterwards to the duke of Ferrara, 863; ii. 16, 881.
-, count of, v. Pio (Alberto).
-, Leonelo di, brother of Alberto Pio, count of, ii. 458, 590.
Carpio, Alberto del, v. Pio.
Carra, fief in the kingdom of Naples, ii. 720.
Carrafa, v. Caraffa.
Carreto d'Oria, Marco Antonio, prince of Melfi ii. 727, note.
Carroz, Mossen Luis, Spanish ambassador in Rome, ii. 948.
Carrozo (Carroz?), captain of Neapolitan infantry, 799.
Cartagena, seaport town in the eastern coast of Spain; Lannoy sails from, 967, 1002, 1004.
-, Spanish banker, Leyva's commandery pawned to, ii. 305.
Carvajal, captain Alonso de, death of, 119.
-, -, his captaincy given to his brother, ibid.
-, -, Bernardino de, cardinal Santa Croce, Int. xxi.
-, -, Diego de, recommended by Lannoy, ii. 138, 353.
-, -, v. Galindez de Carvajal.
Casal Maggiore, in the Cremonese, defeat of Lodovico Pallavicino at, 49.
-, taken by Alessandro Bentivoglio, ibid.
-, the duke of Urbino at, with his duchess, 1037.
Casale, Francesco da, taken into the service of Venice, ii. 321.
-, prothonotary Giovanni da, English ambassador in Venice, ii. 321.
-, -, leaves Rome for Ferrara (1527), ii. 96.
-, -, an English gentleman with letters from, to his brother at Rome, arrested by the imperialists, ii. 133.
-, -, goes to Mantua for the purpose of holding a conference with the cardinals there assembled, ii. 3889.
-, -, most active in the Ferrarese negociations, ii. 452.
-, (Casal, Cassale, Cassalis), sir Gregory da, English ambassador in Rome (1525), brother of the preceding, 146.
Casale, sir Gregory da, sent by Henry to Italy, 23, 401, 45, 48, 159, 172.
-, -, arrives at the imperial camp before Pavia, and holds a conference with Pescara and Lannoy, 44.
-, -, instructions to, 43,64.
-, -, at Rome with sir John Russell, ii. 77, 226.
-, -, leaves for London, 2589,284.
-, -, in France, ii. 321, 362, 389,
-, -, at the camp of the confederates. ii. 389.
-, -, returns to Rome with Ghinucci, ii. 411, 432,447, 453.
-, -, at Ferrara, ii. 446,451.
Casamare, abbacy of, outside of Rome, death of cardinal Vich at, 269.
-, -, the vacant abbacy of, to be given to Schomberg, 274.
Casaneto, letter dated from, 555, 558.
Case (Casale di Santevasio?) in the Vogherese, ii. 875.
Casella, Matheo, Faventino, Ferrarese ambassador in Rome, offers made to, if his master will consent to join the league, ii. 10, 120.
-, -, letters to, from the duke Alfonso d'Este, ii. 6.
Casimiro di Roma, Patre, his historical memoirs of the convent of Araceli quoted, 202.
Cassador, auditor of the apostolic chamber, and bishop of Alghieri, i. 694, 974.
-, death of (1527), ii. 470,496, 694.
Cassalis, sir Gregory, v. Casale.
Cassano upon Adda, in the duchy of Milan, 983, 1011.
-, fortified by the Venetians, 992; ii. 497.
-, abandoned by the confederates, ii. 695.
Cassel, provost of, v. Theimseke.
Cassilis, earl of, . Kennedy.
Castaldo y Gutierrez, captain Juan Bautista, sent to Spain on a mission (1526), 157, 4501, 511, 515, 532, 581, 693, 698700, 934.
-, -, letters to, from the marquis del Guasto, ii. 13, 427.
Castelgiffredo, v. Gonzaga (Luigi).
Castellao, near Alessandria, French bands arrive at (September 1526), 903,904.
-, taken by the Switzers, ii. 310.
Castellamare, in Naples, taken by Lautrec, ii. 770.
-, given in fief to Philippino Doria, 700.
-, governor of, v. Bastida.
-, bishop of, v. Centellas.
-, the French and Venetian fleets anchor at, 776.
Castel Leone, Lombardy, count of, v. Burgo.
Castelletto, near Alessandria, taken from the confederates by count Gianbattista Lodrone, ii. 280, 288.
-, of Genoa, surrenders to the French, ii. 393.
Castello Honorato (Naples?), the imperialists under count Maddolone quartered at, ii. 720.
-, di San Giorio (Naples), ii. 663.
Castellone, close to Gaeta, threatened by the confederated fleet, ii. 720.
Castell San Giovanni, on the frontier of Pavia, the defences of, to be strengthened by order of the pope, 675.
-, -, in the Bolognese, the imperialists under Bourbon at, ii. 88, 90, 96, 131,163.
-, -, or San Joan, in the Piacentino, ii. 764.
-, -, another (?), 764.
-, -, letter dated from, 45.
Castelnau-Clermont-Lodve cardinal of Sancta Praxedis, bishop of Auch, 639.
-, one of Herrera's ciphered despatches falls into the hands of, ibid.
Castelvetrano (Castelvetro?), count of, v. Tagliavia.
-, abbacy of, ii. 963.
-, taken by Marcello Colonna, ii. 527.
-, count Baldassar, prothonotary and apostolic nuncio in Spain, 83, 905, 930, 999, 1029; ii. 62.
-, -, letter to the emperor, ii. 52.
-, -, death of, ii. 898, 923, 1006.
-, Giovan Andrea, sent by the Milanese on a mission to Spain (1526), 672.
-, Lodovico, nephew of Baldassar, ii. 898.
Castil Capuano, or Castello di Capuana, in Naples, residence of cardinal Colonna, 996.
Castileone, Castilione, Girolamo, letter to the emperor, ii. 265.
Castilla or Costilla, imperial herald, ii. 338, 3801, 547.
Castille, cortes of, Charles attends the, 210.
-, -, advise the emperor to take wife, 45, 129, 210.
-, -, grant subsidies, 1060; ii. 59, 99.
Castil del Ovo, at Naples, lieutenant governor of, ii. 752.
Castillejo, Christoval de, one of Ferdinand's secretaries, 1051; ii. 73, 99, 221, 336, 424, 683, 995.
Castillole (Castiglione?), in Piedmont, 631.
Castilnovo, the districts of, and Tortona abandoned by the confederates, ii. 46.
-, of Naples, Marramao confined in, 741.
-, plague breaks out at, ii. 768.
-, the princess of Salerno and the countess of Nola at, ii. 776.
-, warder of, sent to Spain with letters (1528), ii. 833.
-, in the duchy of Ferrara, ii. 291.
Castil Pandolfo (Rom. Stat.), taken, ii. 56.
-, -, Chalon at, ii. 267.
-, San Joan, v. Castel San Giovanni.
Castione in the Mantuano, the duke of Urbino retained by illness at, ii. 90.
-, captain Giovan Girolamo di, Milanese emigrant, ii. 380.
-, Girolamo, president of the Milanese senate, ii. 126, note, 596.
Castras, village in Lombardy, the French defeated by the imperialists at, 49.
Castriotto Hernando, marquis of Civitt Sant Angelo, 43.
-, -, slain at Pavia, 57.
-, -, body of, conveyed to Naples, 637.
-, -, marquis de la Toyalda, brother of Hernando, recommended by Lannoy, 57.
Castro, D. Alonso de, Spanish, ecclesiastic residing at Rome, 413.
-, Hernando de, a Portuguese, ii. 621.
-, Juan de, secretary to archduke Ferdinand, 807, 8434, 8945, 932, 936, 944, 1051.
-, at Trent in command of a company, 987.
-, -, in Milan, 267.
-, -, letters to Sanchez, 563, 590 594, 636.
-, D.Pedro de, 844.
-, in the service of the archduke, ii. 690, 694, 782.
-, different from the preceding, another prisoner at Burgos, ii. 457.
-, (Rom. Stat.), suprised by the confederates, ii. 527.
-, Cicano, Lannoy marches on, ii. 67.
-, near Forli, interview of Lannoy with Bourbon, Guasto, and the duke of Ferrara at, ii. 198.
-, Villa[ri], in Calabria, ii. 778.
-, duke of, assists in the defence of that province, ii. 868.
-, goes over to the enemy, ii. 869.
Catalonia in Spain, irregulars of, to be employed in the invasion of Languedoc, 37.
-, a powerful fleet of galleys to be prepared in the ports of, for the purpose of attacking the Turks in Africa, ii. 253.
-, the coasts of Roussillon and, to be guarded against a French inroad, 189.
-, German lansquenets under Rogendorff in, 267, 274; ii. 817.
-, viceroy of, v. Portugal (Fadrique).
Catalina, queen of Portugal, v. Katharine.
Catanan (Tanan, Tensane?), Mons. de, a native of the Bourbonnois, appointed governor of the castle of Milan (1526), 8167.
-, his fidelity suspected, ii. 259, 312.
-, deposed by Leyva, ii. 306.
Catelion, v. Chastillon.
Cather, Dionisius, an Irishman, subscribes the petition of the earl of Desmond to the emperor, ii. 994.
Catta, French captain, in the suite of Bourbon, imprisoned and executed by order of the prince of Orange, ii. 722.
Caulier Jehan, sieur d'Aigny, Int. xix.
Cave (Cava?), in Naples, taken from the Colonnese, 1007.
Cayazzo, v. Gaiazzo.
Cayetano (Gaetano?), Camillo, ii. 858.
Cayras, v. Velas.
apata, v. Zapata.
aragoa, v. Zaragoza.
Celano, count of, v. Piccolomini (Alfonso).
Cenete (written Zenet, Zenette), marquis of, v. Nassau.
-, marchioness of, v. Mendoza (Dofia Mencia).
Centellas, Juan de, archbishop of Castellamare, ii. 343, 383, 592, 607, 974.
-, -, letter to the emperor, ii. 164.
-, -, from Andrea del Burgo to, ii. 362.
Centurion, Estevan, a native of Jaen, in Spain, 922.
Centurione, Agostino, Genoese banker, ii. 673, 688, 783.
-, Jacopo, Genoese ambassador to the emperor, 137.
-, Martino, sent by the Genoese on a mission to Spain, ii. 257, 289, 919.
-, -, the emperor's instructions to, on his return to Italy, ii. 509.
-, -, reserve claimed for, denied by the pope, ii. 931.
-, Stephano, Genoese banker, ii. 754, 7734, 783, 873, 920.
Ceperano, Cepperano, Cheprano, Chiprano, Ceprano, in the Rom. Stat., the Colonnese encamped at, ii. 11, 37, 43, 67, 76, 87, 91, 92, 132.
Cequin, Francisco, claims of a son of, upon the archduke, ii. 205.
Cerbellon, Bernaldino, taken prisoner at Genoa, ii. 347.
-, Felipe, in guard of the pope at St. Angelo, ii. 244, 287, 430, 489.
-, to cross the P at the head of some Spanish infantry, ii. 875.
Cerdaa (Cerdagne), county of, 189.
Ceri (Chery or Cheres), Renzo da, 1048, v. Orsino da Ceri.
Certosa, La, a Carthusian monastery close to Pavia, 42.
Cerveglione, v. Cerbellon.
Cervia, Rom. Stat., retained by Venice together with Ravenna, ii. 221, 538.
-, negociations for the restitution of, to the pope, ii. 917.
Cesare ?, condottiere in the service of the Colonnese? takes possession of Nania, 795.
Cesarini, Cesarino, cardinal Alessaudro, 567, 824.
Cesarini, Cesarino, his suit at law against Ascanio Colonna, 610.
-, the emperor's thanks to be conveyed to, 6634, 998, 1004.
-, promotes with Farnese and Orsino, a meeting of the Romans in Campidoglio, ii. 162.
-, appointed civil governor of Rome, 950; ii. 42.
-, ill-treated by the Germans during the sack of Rome, ii. 198, 202.
-, Giovan Giorgio, 998.
Cesena, bishop of (Spiriti?), one of the pope's chamberlains, sent on a mission to Brunswick, ii. 6789, 699.
-, made prisoner in the Veronese with four of his suite, 692699.
Cesis, cardinal Paolo, ii. 214.
-, hostage for the capitulation of Rome, 611; ii. 932.
Cev, marquisate of, in Piedmont, the imperial army quartered in the, 288, 3201, 398, 670.
Chabot, Philippe de, sieur de Brion, admiral of France, his mission to Spain, 103, 105,146,151.
-, -, Francis' favourite, 738.
-, -, sent again to the emperor, 826; ii. 283, note.
Chalante (Escalante?), countess of, beheaded at Milan, ii. 986.
Chalon, Philibert de, prince of Orange, prisoner in France, 99, 560.
-, -, recovers his liberty, 563.
-, -, joins the Germans in Italy, ii. 15.
-, -, Bourbon gives him the command of the light cavalry, ii. 71.
-, -, falls into an ambush near Piacenza, and has a miraculous escape, ii. 68, 72.
-, -, appointed to treat with the pope, ii. 147.
-, -, assumes the command after the death of Bourbon, ii. 212,215.
-, -, threatens to quit Rome if Lannoy is sent for, ii. 217.
-, -, shows a decided leaning towards the soldiers of his nation, ii. 226.
-, -, in consequence of which he is not popular with the Spaniards, ibid.
-, -, wounded in the face whilst inspecting the trenches at Rome, ii. 233, 235, 241, 250.
-, -, represented as too young and unexperienced to hold the command, ii. 2178, 227, 323.
-, goes to Siena, ii. 812.
-, -, unable to keep his Germans in order, ii. 348.
-, -, obliged to quit Rome in consequence of their undiscipline and excesses, ii. 267.
Chalon, Philibert de, prince of Orange, treats with, and ultimately persuades them to go out of Rome, ii. 268.
-, appointed commander-in-chief of the imperial army, ii. 520.
-, stands on ceremonies with Guasto, and offers to serve under him, ii. 523.
-, -, the steward or "Maestro de Casa" of, taken prisoner between Siena and Rome, ii. 423.
-, -, marches on Naples, of which he is appointed viceroy, ii. 585.
-, -, meets Lautrec at Troia, and is defeated, ii. 663, 675.
-, -, his gallant defence of Naples, ii. 670, 687, 693, 699.
-, -, struck by the plague, ii. 741, 770, 773.
-, -, goes to Salerno, ii. 869.
-, -, retakes Aquila and La Amatrice, ii. 927.
-, -, on his way back to Naples meets with a storm of wind and rain, ibid.
-, -, prepares to march against Florence, ii. 913.
-, a brother of, bishop of Geneva, cardinal's hat refused to, ii. 250.
-, letters to the emperor, ii. 449,456, 597.
-, notice of, ii. xxxii.
Chamari, Chamery, v. Chambery.
Chamberlains, one of Francis' (Bellay-Langeai?), sent on a mission to the pope, 1048; ii. 93.
-, papal, sent to accompany Lannoy, wounded, ii. 14950.
-, -, on his return to Rome prevented from re-entering Sant Angelo, ii. 227.
Chambery, in Savoy, 313, 791, 801.
-, letters dated from, 481, 483, 494, 516.
Chantilly, sieur de, v. Montmorency.
Chappuys, Eustace, measures to prevent an alliance between England and France proposed by (Dec. 1527), ii. 252.
Charela (Ciarela), taken by Leyva, ii. 889.
Charles V., emperor, king of Spain, visits England, Int. xiii.
-, -, -, England.
-, -, proposes to invade France by the Pyrenees, 18.
-, -, asks Henry to lend him money, 19.
-, -, to anticipate the period of his marriage to princess Mary, 186.
-, -, promises to make war on France, provided Henry advances him 400,000 ducats, 195.
-, -, sends Pealosa to England to ask for the hand of princess Mary, on the plea that the Cortes of his several kingdoms wish him to be married immediately, 45, 129, 183, 191, 186, 259.
Charles V., emperor, king of Spain, which request Henry refuses to grant, as he is not bound to deliver her before she is twelve, 191.
-, -, the settlement of his debts to Henry delayed under various pretences, ii. 3, 193, 324, 809.
-, -, the news of Henry's proposed divorce conveyed to, by one of the queen's servants, ii. 2767.
-, -, wishes to be informed of all the particulars of the divorce case that he may stir in favour of Katharine, ii. 863.
-, -, writes to the pope and to his ambassadors at Rome thereupon, ii. 881.
-, -, Letters to king Henry, 50, 168, 3778; ii. 4, 226, 544, 579.
-, -, to Wolsey, 51, 169; ii. 5, 14, 128, 176, 227, 545.
-, -, to queen Katharine, ii. 166, 537, 674.
-, -, to Brian Tuke, ii. 15.
-, -, Letters and instructions to his ambassadors:
-, -, to Praet, 16, 17, 52, 55, 100, 101, 102.
-, -, to the same during his embassy to France, 273, 327.
-, -, to Bourgoigne, Laurrens, and Le Sauch, 56, 101, 174.
-, -, Letters and instructions to Don Iigo de Mendoza (1526), 534, 632,645. (1527) ii. 16, 81, 118, 131, 209, 210, 279, (1528), 308, 483, 602, (1529), 6223, 670.
-, -, to Montfort, ii. 309.
-, -, answer to the ambassadors of the league in general, and to the French and English in particular (1527), ii. 24.
-, -, -, Scotland.
-, -, Letter to James, king of Scotland, ii. 580.
-, -, to the archdeacon of St. Andrew's, ii. 327.
-, -, to Douglas, earl of Angus, ii. 328.
-, -, -, Italy.
-, -, letters to, congratulatory on the battle of Pavia, 35-37.
-, -, journey to Italy strongly recommended by the imperial generals and agents, 56, 241, 1026.
-, -, not to take place until a general peace is concluded, 302.
-, -, disapproved by Clement, 639.
-, -, delayed for various reasons, 636.
-, -, to be prevented at any risk, 647.
-, -, exculpatory letter to knight-commander Aguilera after the sack or St. Peter by the Colonnese, 612.
Charles V., emperor, king of Spain, has no effect upon Clement, who continues his preparations to attack the Colonnese, 1007.
-, -, answers the pope's brief of the 23rd of June 1526; 905.
-, -, wherein he exculpates himself and accuses Clement, 90722.
-, -, has his letters to the pope and cardinals read in consistory, 1039.
-, -, makes his excuses for the sack of Rome, which, he says, was entirely the work of an undisciplined soldiery, ii. 308.
-, -, manifesto of, after the taking and sack of Rome, ii. 134.
-, -, appointment of commissioners to treat with the pope, ii. 147.
-, -, declaration about Milan, ii. 250 641.
-, -, Letters to the pope (1525), 65, 145, 148, 328, 5502; (1527), ii. 144, 243, 269; (1528), 543; (1529), 669, 681.
-, -, to the Roman senate (1527); ii. 124.
-, -, to his ambassadors at Rome, (Sessa and Gattinara) conjointly, 689, 109110.
-, -, to the college of cardinals, 579, 603; ii. 135, 137, 270.
-, -, to the cardinals, his friends, ii. 136, 278.
-, -, to cardinal Salviati, ii. 126.
-, -, to the Roman nobles, ii. 138.
-, -, to Gian Matheo Giberto, ii. 267,
-, -, to Lannoy, 49,568,; ii. 149.
-, -, to the duke of Sessa, 689, 109110, 144, 170, 184, 2456, 3334, 376. 401, 420, 425, 531.
-, -, to the abbot of Najera, 151,247, 289, 3367, 402,409,421,492, 609,610; ii. 22, 52, 150, 154.
-, -, to Soria (1527), ii. 72, 74, 89, 90, 106, 242.
-, -, to knight commander Herrera, 333, 335, 400.
-, -, to Mr. de Veyre, 411.
-, -, to Caracciolo at Milan, ii. 98, 105, 303, 671.
-, -, to secretary Perez (1526), 611; (1527) ii. 23, 68, 88, 95, 103, 115, 239, 306, 354.
-, -, to Don Hugo de Moncada, 457, 511; ii. 353.
-, -, to knight commander Aguilera, 612.
-, -, to Bourbon, 49, 508.
-, -, to Leyva, ii. 671.
-, -, to the city of Milan, 411.
-, -, to the duke of Ferrara, 99.
-, -, to Alonso Sanchez at Venice, 104, 153, 305, 503.
-, -, to Muxetula at Rome, ii. 626.
-, -, to the prince of Orange, 268, 353.
Charles V., emperor, king of Spain, Letters to cardinal Santa Croce, ii. 627.
-, -, to Gianmatheo Giberto, ii. 267.
-, -, letters and instructions to Micer Mai, ii. 493, 6378.
-, -, to knight-commander Figueroa. ii. 644.
-, -, journey of, to Italy, for the purpose of being crowned, again talked of, ii. 922.
-, -, much dreaded by the confederates, and principally by the pope, 539.
-, -, who offers to visit the emperor in Spain, ii. 922.
-, -, preparations for, at Barcelona, ii. 898, 905.
-, -, opinions of his councillors respecting a proposed visit to France, ii. 893.
-, -, makes his will before setting out for Italy, ii. 969.
-, -, -, France.
-, -, the news of the victory at Pavia conveyed to, 56, 102.
-, -, how received by him, 159.
-, -, his demands from Francis considered exhorbitant, 27, 62.
-, -, approves, if he does not absolutely order, the removal of his prisoner to Spain, Int. xxxii.
-, -, proposes to hold a congress in Spain, 225.
-, -, declaration of war by France, ii. 510.
-, -, answer made by, to the French ambassadors, ii. 314, 548.
-, -, Letters to king Francis, 326.
-, -, articles for the peace with France sent to Don Iigo de Mendoza for inspection, ii. 128.
-, -, to Granvelle, ii. 319.
-, -, his answer to the personal challenge of Francis, ii. 636.
-, -, -, Germany.
-, -, letter to Ferdinand of Austria, 625.
-, -, to the archbishop of Maintz, and other electors of the empire, 624.
-, -, to D. Antonio de Mendoza, 639, 643.
-, -, to Bona Sforza, queen of Poland, ii. 330.
-, -, to the duke of Muscovy, 331.
-, -, -, Portugal.
-, -, negociations for his marriage to Isabella of Portugal, 36970, 458.
-, -, dispensation briefs for the same to be obtained at Rome, 4613.
-, -, to be amended in consequence of certain scruples of the Portuguese theologians, 313, 3701, 461.
-, -, letters to, from the king of Portugal, v. Joo.
-, -, -, Spain.
Charles V., emperor, king of Spain, enters Valencia, and is received with great pomp, ii. 737.
-, -, high chancellor of, v. Gattinara.
-, -, first equerry of, v. Ferramosca and Lannoy.
-, -, lord high chamberlain of, v. Nassau.
-, -, lord chief steward of, v. Gorrevod.
-, -, comptroller, (contrarelator), ii. 86, 118, 155.
-, -, letters to the constable of Castille, ii. 61920.
-, -, to the mayor of La Corua, ii. 629.
-, -, to the viceroy of Aragon, ii. 609.
-, -, places whence his letters were dated: Burgos, Granada, Madrid, Valencia, Somosierra, Seville, Toledo, Valladolid, Zaragoza, &c.
Charlotte, daughter of Francis I., offered to Charles V. in marriage, 906.
Chasco Ciasco, Paolo, v. Luzzasco.
Charpaignes, Mr. de, sent to Spain by the queen regent of France, 495.
Chastillon, French gentleman, sent on a mission to Venice, ii. 988.
Chateau and Chasteau, a servant of Mons de Beaurain, employed as imperial courier, 1059; ii. 101.
-, -, bearer of instructions to Don Iigo, ii. 48, 79, 114, 151, 432.
Chatellet, prison of the, in Paris, the imperial ambassador (Nicolas Perrenot), consigned to the, ii. 608, 636.
Cherivato (Cerivato?) bishop of, the pope's chamberlain, accompanies Ferramosca in his mission to Lannoy, ii. 55.
Chiapino, v. Capin.
Chiarella, La, on the river P, 1001.
-, taken by Leyva, ii. 315.
Chiavenna, in the Valtellina, ii. 342, 357.
-, castle of, taken by Giangiacopo de' Medici, ii. 1000.
-, the Grisons refuse to treat with the duke of Milan, unless the castle of, is restored to them, 357.
-, negociations to that effect, 358.
-, the castellan of Mus defeats the Grisons at, 361.
-, besieged, 398, 475.
Chiecher(?),Micer Lodovico, appointed to the command of a force at Milan (1526), 757.
Chieregate? v. Cherivato.
Chiesa, Lodovico della, his "Historia di Piemonte," quoted, ii. 998.
Chieti, bishop of, v. Felice and Trophimo.
Chio (written Xio), island of, 725.
Chiprano, v. Cepperano.
Chirazzo, Arrigo, marquis of, Int. ii. xxxv.
-, -, the Germans under Fruntsperg force (1265), 820.
-, -, Brunswick's Germans reported to be at, ii. 679.
-, -, (Chiusi, in Toscany), the confederates fail in their attack upon, ii. 499.
Christiern II., king of Denmark, ii. 146, 577, 682, 815.
-, proposed marriage of one of his daughters to the duke of Richmond, ii. 146, 187.
Christierna or Christine, princess, daughter of the preceding, married to Francesco Sforza, ii. 146, note.
Chucharo, v. Suchero.
Church, reformation of the, strongly recommended by Lope de Soria (1527), 210.
Chyandelle(?), Mons. de, 768, 1052; ii. 1005.
-, -, v. Candalle.
Ciaconius (Alfonso Chacon), his Vit et Gesta Pontificum, quoted, ii. 985.
Ciagno, Hieronimo, ii. 625.
Ciappino, v. Capino.
Ciarno(?) on the coast of Genoa, 902.
Cibo (Cyb) di Massa, Caterina, widow of Gian Maria Varana, duea di Camerino, ii. 393, note, 472.
-, -, her daughter (Julia) to be married to a son of Ascanio Colonna, ii. 431, 472.
-, -, ultimately espouses Ferrante Gonzaga, ii. 431.
-, Innocenzio, cardinal of S. Cosmo e Damiano, papal legate in Bologna, 119, 1035; ii. 296, 387, 393, 445, 546.
-, sent by Clement on a mission to that city, ii. 604.
-, Lorenzo, marquis of Massa, captain of the papal body guard, 1035.
Ciiliano, Luigi, a lieutenant of, surprises Lodi, 773.
Cilly, (Scilly, Silly), Claude de, imperial ambassador in England, 36, 45, 1012, 116, 123, 1289, 132.
-, -, instructions to, 9.
Ciocchi di Monte, v. Monte.
Cipion, v. Scipione.
Ciprano, v. Cepperano.
Cirinola, "Dogana delle Pecore" at, 610.
Cis, Hernando, steward to D. Hugo de Moncada, v. Yciz.
Cisneros, written Cysncros, Antonio de, imperial courier, 17, 18; ii. 997.
Citadella, near Piacenza, Lautrec and cardinal Farnese hold a conference at, ii. 452.
Citi Marco, v. Sittig.
Citt Indivina, also called Civitt di Vina and Civitt Lavinia in the Rom. Stat., ii. 626.
Citt. Indivina, Portuense, or Porto, in the Rom. States, to be given up as security for the capitulation of Rome, ii. 232.
Ciudad, Rodrigo, pension on the bishopric of, granted to the abbot of Najera, 220, 224; ii. 423.
Cividal (Cividad, Civit), di Friuli, 810, note; ii. 342.
Civitt Lavinia in the Rom. Stat., ii. 233, 247.
-, -, owing chiefly to the rapacity of the Spanish captains, ii. 909, 958, 965.
-, effected at last.
-, Castellana (Rom. Stat.), to be given up as security for the capitulation of Rome, ii. 524.
-, -, delivery of, much delayed, and ultimately not accomplished, 528, 545, 559, 582, 595; ii. 946.
Ci[vi]tt Nova, ., Neustadt.
Civitt di Penna, duke of, v. Medici (Alessandro).
Civitt Sant Angelo, marquis of, v. Castriotto.
Civitt Vecchia, the Venetian and papal galleys meet at, for the purpose of attacking Genoa, 895.
-, also the French fleet under Doria and Navarro, 1036.
-, bishop of, v. Felice.
-, pledged to the emperor for the fulfilment of the terms of the capitulation of Rome, ii. 234, 528, 671.
-, the surrender of, delayed on account of Doria's claims, ii. 234.
-, Don Alonso de Cordoba appointed governor of, ii. 671.
-, invested by the French, ii. 688.
-, the restitution of, much delayed notwithstanding the emperor's express orders, 909, 931, 942, 944, 947.
Civitella, Rom. Stat., 591.
Ciz, v. Yciz.
Claramonte, Mons. de, 842.
Claretto, Thomasso, a servant of cardinal Gaddis, ii. 829.
Clarence, v. Clarencieux.
Clarencieux, the herald, or king-at-arms of Henry, 83, 142, 184, 191.
-, declares war to the emperor in his master's name, 550, 737.
Clark and Clarke, v. Clerk.
Claude of France, daughter of Louis XII. and wife of Francis, duke of Angouleme, subsequently king of France, 67, 911.
-, first promised in marriage to Charles, 911.
Claudio (Claude?), secretary to the queen regent of France, sent to Venice on a mission, 359.
Clavero, captain governor of the castle of Pavia, removed and replaced by Nofre del Monte, 532.
Clavijo, messenger, sent to Spain by archduke Ferdinand, ii. 381, 547,925.
Clement VII., pope (1525), grants passage through his estates to the French, under the duke of Albany, i.
-, -, takes decidedly the part of France, 41.
-, -, endeavours to bring on a truce between Charles and Francis, ibid.
-, -, draft of treaty proposed by, after the battle of Pavia, 105, 115, 119.
-, -, and the emperor's answer to it. 188.
-, -, sends Salviati to Toledo as legate, 158, 203.
-, -, helps the archduke with money. 187.
-, -, has the league proclaimed at Rome, 149, 158.
-, -, unwilling to accept unconditionally the emperor's terms, 181.
-, -, as the settlement of some of his claims is postponed, 202.
-, -, wants to know whether Rezzo and Rubiera are to be restored to him before he ratifies the treaty of league with the emperor, 237.
-, -, as unless he gets complete satisfaction on that point he is sure to join the Italian confederation, ibid.
-, -, considers himself ill-used in the negociations, 202.
-, -, in bad health, 204, 287.
-, -, explanation given by, to Sessa of his armaments in the Mantuan, 256.
-, -, solicited by England, the Venetians and others to join in a league against the emperor, 227, 257.
-, -, complains of the preference given to the duke of Ferrara, and of the quartering of imperial troops on the territory of the Church, 202, 257, 286.
-, -, favours the idea of an Italian league against the emperor as proposed by England and Venice, 40910.
-, -, the league called Holy and Clementine after his name (1526), formed for the express purpose of delivering Italy from the imperialists, 501, 503, 524.
-, -, and the Venetians send to congratulate Francis upon his liberation, 6056.
-, -, a suspension of hostilities agreed between Sessa, and, for the purpose of detaching him from the league, 536, 608.
-, -, still negociating with Sessa, Hurtado, and other imperial agents, though in close and secret correspondence with the leaguers, 607.
-, -, objects to several clauses of the treaty proposed, but offers to sign it when the emperor comes to Italy, 6068.
Clement VII., pope, makes great demonstrations of joy at the conclusion of the peace between the emperor and France, 613.
-, -, shows an inclination to keep on good terms with the emperor, 639, 640.
-, -, suspected by Sessa of not being in earnest, 641.
-, -, works secretly for the formation of the Italian league against the emperor, 311, 316.
-, -, sends to France a draft of treaty to be approved and signed, 689.
-, -, prepares to invade Naples, 799, 801.
-, -, makes war against Don Hugo and the Colonnese, 837, 850.
-, -, issues admonitory letters against cardinal Pompeo and all his relatives in which Lannoy, Ferramosca, and the members of the collateral council of Naples are also comprised, 931; ii. 7, 42-3.
-, -, carries on war in the frontiers of Naples whilst the confederates invade Lombardy, 67, 71.
-, -, who notwithstanding the truce surprise Rome and sack St. Peter, 930, 937, 940.
-, -, complains of the Romans, none of whom stirred in his defence, 931.
-, -, capitulates with Don Hugo, 948.
-, -, yet determines to have his revenge of the Colonnese at a future time, 948, 975, 978.
-, -, infringes the capitulation and prosecutes war against them, 973, 981.
-, -, announces his intention of visiting the emperor and king Francis at their respective courts, ii. 950.
-, -, negociates with Lannoy and signs an armistice, ii. 87.
-, -, announces his intention to quit Rome and take shelter in Venice the moment he hears of the estates of the Church being invaded by Lannoy or Bourbon, 1032-3.
-, -, levies troops in Perugia and in the Romagna, 1034.
-, -, orders the Borgo [of Rome] to be fortified, 1034.
-, -, negociates with Lannoy and Ferramosca, ii. 12, 57.
-, -, announces his intention to visit the emperor in Spain, ii. 54.
-, -, his "maestro di casa," a bishop, on a mission to Bourbon, ii. 136.
-, -, complains of the imperial generals, and principally of the latter, ii. 160.
-, -, entrusts the defence of Rome to Renzo da Ceri, ii. 196.
Clement VII., pope, the truce made between Don Hugo and, disregarded by Bourbon, ii. 90, 120, 126.
-, -, whose army takes and sacks Rome, ii. 195200.
-, -, no reliance to be placed in his words, for he is fickle by nature, ii. 204.
-, -, takes refuge in Sant Angelo with 13 of his cardinals, ii. 212.
-, -, besieged by the imperialists, ii. 213.
-, -, to be taken to Naples or Gaeta with most of his cardinals, ii. 216.
-, -, offers to capitulate and surrender the castle unless the confederated army comes to his relief within a week's time, ii. 225.
-, -, sends a message to Lannoy through one of his chamberlains (Girolamo?), ii. 225, 227.
-, -, who on his return to Rome is prevented by the Germans from entering Sant Angelo, ibid.
-, -, on the approach of the confederates delays signing the capitulation, and asks for a further term of six days, ii. 214.
-, -, which is refused by the prince of Orange, ii. 215.
-, -, hearing, however, of the retreat of the confederates resumes the negociations, ii. 236.
-, -, finally signs the capitulation, and delivers hostages, ii. 231.
-, -, promising besides to give in pledge Civitt Vecchia, Ostia, &c, ii. 232.
-, -, terms of the agreement, ii. 84.
-, -, quits Sant Angelo in disguise, (6th Dec. 1527), ii. 498.
-, -, intends to go to Ancona first in order to be closer to Venice, 559, 562, 567, 569.
-, -, but fixes his residence at Orbieto, ii. 506, 648, 755.
-, -, fears entertained of his breaking his engagements, and joining the league, ii. 536.
-, -, tries to dissuade Doria from taking service under the emperor, ii. 770.
-, -, refuses to ratify the convention of Ferrara, on the plea that cardinal Cibo had no power from him to treat with the duke, ii. 546.
-, -, solicited by Lautrec to declare in favour of France, ii. 666.
-, -, refuses on the plea that the leaguers have seized some of his towns, ii. 667.
-, -, a chamberlain of, with a message to Don Hugo at Naples, ii. 671.
Clement VII., pope, about to grant Henry's divorce, and send Campeggio to England for that purpose, ii. 672.
-, -, willing to abandon Parma and Piacenza provided Modena and Reggio, as well as Ravenna and Cervia, be given back to him, ii. 678.
-, -, one of his chamberlains goes to Naples to announce the investment of Civitt Vecchia by the French, ii. 688.
-, -, sends bishop Sangro to Spain to ask for the release of the cardinals kept as hostages in Naples, ii. 707.
-, -, removes to Civitt Castellana on his way to Rome, ii. 791, 807.
-, -, sends one of his chamberlains to London with orders (as it is believed) of suspending all proceedings in the divorce case, ii. 877, 881.
-, -, strongly recommended by Henry and Wolsey to go to Avignon in France, ii. 883, 886.
-, -, dangerously ill, 892, 896, 910.
-, -, pretends to be worse than he really is, ii. 892, 911.
-, -, some suspicion is entertained of his having been poisoned, ii. 910.
-, -, death of, reported in England, ii. 8889, 896.
-, -, in such an event the cardinals propose meeting out of Rome, and proceeding to a new election, ii. 893, 896, 9456.
-, -, the measure strongly opposed by Mai as injurious to the emperor's interests, ii. 931.
-, -, in his conferences with Mai affects not to care for the recovery of Florence, and other possessions of the Church, ii. 924.
-, -, declares his intention to remain strictly neutral, ibid.
-, -, and to visit the emperor passing through France, ii. 897, 922, 930, 932, 949.
-, -, taking with him two bishops, two priests, and two deacons, all cardinals, ii. 917.
-, -, the real object of his visit believed by Mai and Santa Croce to be no other than to prevent the emperor's journey to Italy, ii. 922.
-, -, his nuncio expelled from Naples, ii. 932.
-, -, cardinal Monte to remain as legate in Rome during his absence, ii. 950.
-, -, appoints a nuncio (Girolamo, bishop ot Vassone) to reside at Barcelona, and conclude a treaty with the emperor, ii. 965.
Clement VII., pope, letters to Charles V (1525), 35, 107, 1945, 301; (1526) 474, 602; (1527) ii. 111, 117; (1528) ii. 288, 337, 444, 4523.
-, -, to Gattinara (1525), 34, 71. 353; (1528) ii. 338.
-, -, to archduke Ferdinand, ii. 574.
-, -, a niece of (Catherine de' Medicis) to marry Hippolito de' Medici, 264.
-, -, nuncios and legates in England:
-, Melchior, Lang.
-, Giovanni Battista Sanga.
-, Umberto di Gambara.
-, Cardinal Campeggio.
-, -, in Spain, Castiglione, the bishop of Vassone and Salviati.
-, -, in Venice, Gambara.
-, -, in France, Paolo d' Arezzo.
-, -, at Cambray and in Austria, v. Campeggio.
Clerk, Dr. John, bishop of Bath and Wells, English ambassador at Rome, 7, 10, 21, 42, 66.
-, -, signs the draft of a treaty of alliance proposed by Clement to Charles, 115.
-, -, on a mission to France, 1016.
Clesis, or Clesio, Bernardo, archbishop of Trent, 173,297,347,666,783.
-, -, letters to Alonso Sanchez, 102, 178, 181, 182; ii. 423, 518, 544.
Clves, Messire Philippe de, of the emperor's privy council in Flanders, 36.
Cobos, Covos, Francisco de los, first secretary to the emperor, ii. 254, 614, 913.
-, -, absolved from excommunication, 1052.
-, -, appointed to succeed Lallemand as secretary, ii. 883, 996.
-, -, letter to, ii. 358.
Cockburn, Robert, bishop of Ross, 150824; and Dunkeld, 152427; Scottish ambassador in England, 1, 4.
Cocque, Richard, le Florentin? imperial courier 53, 275,343; ii. 997.
-, -, v. Coke and Cooke.
Codignola, v. Cotignola.
Codillero, a place in Galicia, 338.
Codogno in Lombardy, 792.
Cognac, town of France, the court of France at, 7067, 714,720,740.
-, letters dated from, 423, 434.
Coimbra, v. Coymbra.
Coira in the land of the Grisous, 359.
-, letter dated from, 232.
Coke, Richard, imperial messenger, 51; ii.997.
Colibre, seaport in Roussillon, ii. 407, 757.
Colino, servant of the grand steward, 789.
Coll, Mossen, a son of, sent to Spain with letters, ii. 505, 791, 833.
Collubreniers (culveriniers), meaning of the word, 43,49.
Colonna, Alessandro, brother of Stephano, his overtures to Micer Mai, ii. 950.
-, Ascanio, 305, 605.
-, -, his differences with cardinal Cesarini, and consequent excommunication by the pope, 610.
-, -, which is raised owing to the influence of Sessa, ibid.
-, -, serves under Moncada, 779.
-, -, to be sent to the relief of Siena, 898.
-, -, serves in Naples, 927, 941, 949.
-, -, prisoner at the naval battle of Salerno, ii. 152, 671, 674, 679.
-, -, ransomed, 754.
-, -, (1526) letters to the emperor, 476, (1527) ; ii. 255, (1528) 496, 517, 527, 542, 588.
-, -, to his kinsman Tiberio, 542.
-, Camillo, nephew of Pompeo, taken prisoner at Salerno, ii. 674.
-, Isabella, daughter of Vespasiano, 951; ii. 626.
-, -, said to have been promised by her father to a son of Giovanni de' Medici, ii. 626, 672.
-, -, or rather to Ippolito before he was created cardinal, ibid.
-, -, furnishes the abbot of Farfa with artillery, 767.
-, -, Vespasiano's Neapolitan estates to be restored to, 866.
-, Julio, 554.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 323.
-, -, Marcello, agent of the, in Spain, ii. 527, 626.
-, Marcio, nephew of cardinal Pompeo, taken prisoner by the confederates, ii. 741, 767.
-, Pirro, dies at Naples (Oct. 1528), ii. 827.
-, cardinal Pompeo, vice-chancellor of the papal court, congratulatory letter to the emperor after the victory at Pavia, 25.
-, -, entertainment given by, at his palace in Rome, 149, 152.
-, -, renounces the archbishopric of Rosano, 239.
-, -, exchanges that of Siena for Aquila, ibid.
-, -, discontented with the pope, 356.
-, -, quits Rome and retires to his family estates, 410, 441, 663.
-, -, proposes to the emperor to expel Clement from Rome, 742.
-, -, helps with most of the Colonnese to the first sack of Rome by Don Hugo, 779, 8978, 949,.
-, -, deprived in consequence of all his honours and dignities, 1056.
-, -, his arrival at Rome soon after the sack by Bourbon, considered a godsend by the imperialists, ii. 202.
Colonna, cardinal Pompeo, as with his two brothers (Ascanio and Vespasiano) he is of great use to the emperor, ii. 216, 2267.
-, -, shelters in his palace some of the cardinals, ii. 199.
-, -, whom he aftewards assists in their escape, ii. 488.
-, -, hated by the German lansquenets in consequence, ii. 476.
-, -, states his opinion that the pope is not to be trusted on any account, ii. 204.
-, -, proposed by the imperialists to be Clement's legate in spiritual matters, ii. 209, 249, 263.
-, -, not accepted by the pope, ibid.
-, -, leaves Rome for a time on account of the plague, ii. 252.
-, -, suspected by Perez and others of stirring up the Germans against Clement, ii. 395.
-, -, again absents himself on pretence of visiting his brother Ascanio, but in reality to escape from the wrath of the Germans, ii. 534.
-, -, in Naples, ii. 610.
-, -, quarrels with Chalon, and retires to Gaeta, ii. 678.
-, -, which he defends against the French, ii. 767.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 25; ii. 255, 482.
-, -, -, to Campeggio, ii. 416.
-, Prospero, imperial general alluded to, 907; ii. 626.
-, -, [da Civitt de Vina,] Prospero, uncle of Ascanio, ii. 626.
-, Sciaira, sacks Camerino, ii. 382.
-, -, marries the dowager duchess of that place, ii. 430.
-, -, a daughter of, by his first marriage betrothed to a son of Ascanio, ibid.
-, -, defeats the abbot of Farfa at Subiaco, ii. 748.
-, -, does besides all the harm he can to the Orsini and the estates of the Church, ii. 807.
-, -, seizes Pagliano, which he claims as his inheritance from Pirro, ii. 827.
-, [Giovan?] Stefano di Prenestina, takes part for the pope, 799, 951.
-, -, claims Prenestina as his own, ii. 55961.
-, -, in the service of the league, ii. 582.
-, Tiberio, ii. 785.
-, Vespasiano, 779, 793, 999.
-, -, in Rome after the sack, ii. 213216.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 520.
-, -, -, to Gattinara, 541.
-, -, death of (14th March 1528), ii. 626,672.
Colonna, Vespasiano, widow of, v. Gonzaga (Giulia).
-, Vittoria, widow of the marquis de Pescara (Don Hernando), 511,569.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 4734.
-, -, daughter of Ascanio, married to the marquis de Villafranca, 560.
Colonne, in Calabria, 403.
Colonnese, their longstanding enmity to the Orsini, ii. 827.
-, agent of the, in Spain, v. Marcello.
-, collect their forces and threaten Rome, 771, 779, 7798.
-, attack the Orsini at Anania, 780.
-, sign a truce for the purpose of taking the pope unawares, 946.
-, monitory letters against the, 931; ii. 7.
-, enter Rome and sack St. Peter, 9401.
-, profess to be sorry for the damage caused, 943.
-, their case tried at Rome, 1016.
-, attacked again by the Orsini, 1054.
-, retaliate and seize some of their castles, ii. 68.
-, their conduct at the second sack of Rome, ii. 202, 227.
-, not to be punished for their former misdemeanours, and to be included in the treaty of peace with the pope, 948, 975, 978.
Comaccio (Comacchio), the duke of Ferrara to be allowed to take salt at, ii. 450.
Comacre (Comacle, Commercy ?), secretary to the king of France, his mission to Spain, ii. 324, 374.
Comitis (?), Thomas, ii. 993.
Commercy, French secretary, v. Comacre.
Como, in Lombardy, 398.
-, the city and castle of, to be the residence of Francesco Sforza after his capitulation at Milan, 806, 816.
-, the Spanish governor of, refuses to admit Sforza, 818, 827, 840.
-, the garrison of, not paid for several months, ii. 305.
-, held by the imperialists, ii. 300, 449.
-, taken by the confederates, ii. 742.
-, cardinal of, ii. 349.
Compendio, v. Compiegne.
Compiegne, in France, meeting of cardinals at, ii. 384.
-, letter dated from, ii. .211.
Concordia, bishop of, v. Chieregato.
-, conte di, v. Pico della Mirandola.
-, conte Galeato della, a condottiere in the service of Venice, ii. 989.
Confederates, the commanders of the, assemble at Viterbo for the purpose of the pope, ii. 215,217.
-, encamp at Marignano, 785.
-, attempt of the, to introduce succor into the castle of Milan, unsuccessful, 791.
Confederates fall back on Marignano 797.
Confignone, agent of the duke of Savoy (Carlo III)., sent on a mission to Lope Hurtado, 327.
Constabile, Antonio di, sent by the duke of Ferrara to hold a conference with Marino Caracciolo, at Venice, 619.
Constanza, mistaken for Cosenza, ii. 358 412 1004.
Constantinople, reported earthquake at (1558), ii. 815.
Contarini, Francesco, appointed ambassador to England, 893.
-, Micer Gasparo, Venetian ambassador to the pope, ii. 126, 544.
-, to Ferrara, 445,451, 604.
-, Gasparo, Venetian ambassador in Spain, 363, 482.
-, extraordinary to Rome, 543, ii. 685.
-, Thomasso, sent to Constantinople on a mission.
Conti, Giovanni Battista, lord of Valmontone, joins the French, ii. 5601, 582, 592, 598.
Cooke, v. Coke.
Coradin, Coradino, Corradino, Conrad, colonel of German infantry, 164, 267.
-, -, goes to Germany for recruits, 319,321.
-, -, in charge of Cremona, 394.
-, -, his fidelity suspected, 556, 288; ii. 9447, 595, 1037.
Corato, marquis of, v. Aquino.
Corbara, also written Corvara, pass of, between Vicenza and Verona, 1014.
Corbaron, sieur de, v. Bouton and Courtbaron.
Corbera, captain, 138, 773, 797, 817.
-, -, killed before Milan (18th September 1526), 934,941, 946.
-, Julian de, captain of light horse, ii. 928.
Corbeta, Milanese lawyer in correspondence with the marquis of Mantua, ii. 963.
Corchiero, Juanin or Giovannino, sent by D. Iigo with a message to dean Pace, ii. 440.
-, -, arrested by order of the cardinal, ii. 441.
Coro (Corso, Corzo), Damian, Italian condottiere in the service of the league, defeated near Novara, 846.
Coros, or Corsicans, the inhabitants of Corsica, ii. 590.
Corcora (Corcuera?) captain, sent to Sicily with Spanish infantry, ii. 719.
Cordeliers (Franciscan friars), mission of certain, to the Low Countries, 33.
Cordoba, D. Alonso de, joins the imperialists at Castel San Giovanni, ii. 91.
-, -, appointed governor of Civitt Vecchia, ii. 243, 252, 287; 671, 773.
-, -, refuses to surrender it to the pope, ii. 942, 944, 947.
Cordoba, D. Alonso de, arrested at Naples in consequence, ii. 965.
-, D. Juan [Fernandez] de, brother of the duke of Sessa D. Luis, recommended for a bishopric, 263.
-, D. Pedro [Fernandez] de, brother of the duke of Sessa, and master of the horse to archduke Ferdinand, king of Bohemia and Hungary, appointed to conduct the German reinforcements into Italy (1526), 793.
-, -, on a mission from Ferdinand to Spain (1528), ii. 881, 660, 680, 865.
-, -, to Portugal (1529), ii. 925, 995.
-, y Figueroa Elvira de Da. Doa, daughter of Gonzalvo, and wife of Don Luis, duke of Sessa, Int. xxi, 834.
-, y Velasco, D. Martin Alfonso de, first count of Aleaudete, ii. 698.
Corf, island of, the Venetian fleet at, ii. 665.
Coria, bishopric of, half fruits of, renounced by Don Iigo de Mendoza, ii. 624, 912, 915.
Cornaro, Micer Francesco, Venetian ambassador at the court of Charles, created cardinal, ii. 685, 952.
-, -, Mai's opinion of, ii. 952.
Corneto (Rom. Stat.), one division of the confederate army to go to, ii. 235.
Cornille d'Espagne, matre d'hotel to the archduke, 26.
Corno, valley of, ii. 211.
Coro, the French under Lautrec defeated at, in the Milanese, ii. 400.
Coronel, master Luis, bulls of San Isidro in favour of, 697, 1092.
Corradin, colonel of German lanskenets on a mission to Germany (1525), 288.
-, suspected of having been bribed by the enemy at Cremona, 947.
-, crosses the P in company with Fruntsperg, 1037.
Correa, Pedro, Portuguese secretary, ii. 369, 6156, 629.
Correggio, castle of, Guasto and Leyva meet at, ii. 759.
-, letters dated from, ii. 519, 520.
-, Marco da, captain of Venetian infantry, killed before Cremona, 862.
Corsi (Cursius, Cursio) Giovanni, Florentine ambassador in Spain, 83.
Corsica, arrival of Lannoy at the island of, ii. 1029.
Corte, Lodovico di, ii. 371.
-, La, in Milan, attacked by the mob in June, 1526, 762.
Cortes, or general estates of Spain, advise Charles to take wife, 45.
-, wish princess Mary to go to Spain, 129,.
-, grant the emperor subsidies against the Turk, 1060; ii. 59, 99.
Corts, Hernando, returns to Spain after his Mexican expedition, ii. 101, 739.
-, -, report drawn by, ii. 865.
Cortona, cardinal, v. Passerino.
Corullon, in Galicia, letter dated from, 361.
Corua, La, town on the coast of Galicia, "Corregidor" or mayor of, v. Alcaar.
Corvera, v. Corbera.
Cosenza, archbishop of, v. Gaddi Pignatello.
Cosmo e San Damiano, cardinal of, v. Salviati.
Costa, Gaspar, messenger in the employment of the viceroy of Naples, 155, 157.
Costilla, v. Castilla.
Cota, Sancho, historian of Charles V., Int. ii. xxiv, note.
Cotignola, in the Romagna, restored to the duke of Ferrara, ii. 509.
Cotrone in Calabria, ii. 403,412.
Council of state to the emperor, how composed, ii. 100.
-, reforms in the, ii. 146.
-, general of the Church, opinions of the imperial minister respecting a, ii. 265.
Courires, seigneur de, v. Montmorency.
Courtbaron, v. Bouton.
Courtney, Henry, earl of Devon, created marquis of Exeter, 211.
Coymbra, a Portuguese halberdier, assists Henri de Labret in his flight from Pavia, 532.
Coyra (Coire), in Switzerland, letters dated from, 214.
Crabacor (Crepalcuore or Crevalcuore?) in the Rom. Stat., the garrison of Carpi surprise the confederates at, 892.
Crema, in Lombardy, 668.
-, Francesco Sforza at, 692, 840, 864, 886, 894.
Cremasco, dist. of Lombardy, 698.
Cremona (Lombardy), 49, 58.
-, Wolsey's advice respecting, 71.
-,besieged by the confederates, 891.
-, capitulates to the Venetians (24th September 1526), 9267, 936, 9412, 94950.
-, held by Francesco Sforza, ii. 754 769.
-, plague breaks out at, 749.
-, cardinal archbishop of, v. Accolti.
Crepanica, Capranica? (Rom. Stat.), ii. 498.
Crescentino, count (Ricardo Tizzone), report of his having been assassinated with all his family at Vercelli, ii. 912.
Crivelli, Francesco, sent by the Milanese on a mission to the emperor (1526), 672.
Croatia, ban of, 89.
-, (Frangipani?), sends to implore the assistance of the archduke of Austria against the Turks, 897, 1055.
-, Ferdinand proclaimed in, 960.
Croy, Adrien de, sieur de Beaurain and Rulx, departure of, from London (1525), i. 6, 9, 12, 20, 39, 55.
Croy, Adrien do, departure of, without obtaining an audience from king Henry, 46, 48, 100, 146.
-, scandal propagated by Gioachino on that occasion, 55.
-, report of, against Wolsey's practices, 55.
-, instructed to call on the queen regent of France at Lyons, 98, 100, 103, 145, 159.
-, also on king Francis at Pizzighitone, ibid.
-, offers made by Francis to, and to Lannoy, 144, 384.
-, servant of, v. Chateau.
-, Ferry de, btard and baron du Rulx, son of the preceding; sent to Spain with the news of the battle of Pavia, 21, 89, 92, 95, 98, 148.
-, -, appointed master of the horse, ii. 574.
-, -, troops under, to go to Naples, ii. 620, 784.
-, -, in Flanders, ii. 736.
-, Philippe de, marquis d' Aaarshot, 165.
Crusade, negociations at Rome respecting the (1525), 240, 302, 325, 419, 456, 529, 742; ii. 893, 975.
-, no chance of it whilst the pope is dissatisfied with the emperor, 609.
-, grant of, purposedly delayed by the pope until the treaty of Barcelona was signed and ratified, ii. 645, 664, 975.
Cuarta, or one half of all ecclesiastical revenues every fourth year applied for by the emperor to be spent in war with the Turk, ii. 931.
-, negociations at Rome respecting the, ii. 976.
Cuao, Gabriel de, lieutenant of a company of Spanish infantry at Naples, ii. 706.
Cuaro, ucaro, &c., captain of Burgundian horse, v. Succhero.
Cuevas, or de la Cueva, Alfonso de, imperial solicitor and public notary at Rome, the emperor's letter to the cardinals read in the presence of, 1039, 1046; ii. 991.
Culebrinero meaning of the word, 43, 49.
Cua, v. Cognac.
Cuiga, v. Zuiga.
Cupis, Giovanni Domenico da', archbishop of Trani, and cardinal, ii. 949.
Currency, negociations respecting English, in Flanders, 88, 94, 147, 152, 226.
Cursio, v. Corsi.
Curzon, sir Robert, sent on a mission to Spain, 219.
Cyb, Genoese family, v. Cibo.
Cyprus, island of, the conquest to be undertaken in the emperor's name, ii. 921.
Cysneros, v. Cisneros.