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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Dages, Danges, De Langes, v. Bellay,sieur de Langeay.
Dalanchon, v. Alencon, d'.
Dalmatia, five hundred light horse from ordered by Venice, ii. 691, 695, 749.
Dantiscus, Johannes, or John of Dantzig, ambassador of Sigismond, king of Poland, to Charles, ii. 579.
Darco, count Guicardo? German captain, reported to have died on his way to Lombardy, ii. 795.
Dario, Silvestre or Sylvester, a native of Lucca, papal subcollecter in England; sent by Henry on a mission to Spain, ii. 808.
-, answer brought from Spain by, ii. 561.
-, his alarming reports of the emperor's intentions towards England, ii. 878, 887.
Darmer, Alvise, Venetian proveditor (1526), puts to sea to join the French and papal fleets, 803.
Datary, papal, v. Felice, Ghinucci, Giberto.
Daubreug and Daubrec, Mr., sent by Francis on a mission to Rome, 707, 994, note.
Davalos Andres, Spanish captain, ii. 697.
-, captain Pedro, ii. 496; sent on a mission to Spain, ii. 697, 705, 743.
-, Rodrigo, on a mission to Barcelona, (1529), ii. 710, 726, 7401, 825.
-, -, to Rome, ii. 898.
-, d' Aquino, Don Alfonso de, marquis del Guasto or Gasto (more correctly Vasto), nephew of Pescara:.
-, -, succeeds his uncle in the command of the imperial army, 510.
-, -, sends Castaldo to Spain, 581, 693.
-, -, sells part of his estates in Naples to pay the troops, 6989.
-, -, disabled by fever, ii. 46, 889.
-, -, refuses to accompany Bourbon on his Roman expedition, Int. xiii-xvii; ii. 135.
-, -, serves in Rome under the prince of Orange, ii. 526, 528.
-, -, and in Naples, ii. 646.
-, -, quarrels with the count of Potena, ii. 6456, 654, 667.
-, -, prisoner at the battle of Salerno, ii. 671,758.
-, -, his ransom paid by the emperor, ii. 712, 754.
-, -, undertakes to drive the Venetians out of Puglia, ii. 875.
-, -, notice of, Int. xxxvi.
Davalos, d' Aquino, letters to the emperor (1526) 3478, 381, 422,488, 539, 562; (1529), 12, 189.
-, -, to Castaldo, 427, 524; ii. 13.
-, -, to Lope de Soria, 399, 465.
-, -, to secretary Pero Garcia, ii. 312.
-, Hernando, marquis de Pescara:
-, -, his gallant behaviour at Pavia, 43, 49, 56, 62.
-, -, Carpi given to, in reward for his services, 105,
-, -, raises money for the support of the Italian army, 228.
-, -, occupies the marquisate of Saluzzo, 259; ii. 998.
-, -, claims the prince of Navarre, Henri d' Albret, as his prisoner, and asks to be allowed to fix his ransom, 268.
-, -, which the emperor refuses to grant, 4234.
-, -, the command in chief of the Italian army, besides the dukedom of Sora, offered in compensation by Charles to, 303.
-, -, reasons for his non-acceptance of those grants, 304.
-, -, discontented, ibid and 364.
-, -, tempted by the pope with the crown of Naples if he will desert the emperor's cause, 441.
-, -, goes from Pavia to Milan, 427, 430.
-, -, feigns to accept the pope's offers, and secretly informs the emperor of the conspiracy, 909.
-, -, has Morone arrested and examined, 442, 4601.
-, -, obliges the duke of Milan to take shelter within the castle, 457.
-, -, correspondence with Francesco Sforza, 259, 276.
-, -, borrows money for the support of the imperial army, 474, 800.
-, -, in bad health, 398, 4912, 494, 504.
-, -, death on the 3rd of December (1525), 5101, 528.
-, -, with symptoms of poison, ibid.
-, -, his body conveyed to Naples, 637.
-, -, appoints Guasto and Leyva to the command of the imperial forces, 511.
-, -, letters to king Henry VIII., 14
-, -, to the duke of Milan, 276.
-, -, notice of, Int. xxxiv-vi.
Debts, the emperor's, to Henry, made by Wolsey the excuse for declaring war, (1527), ii. 207.
-, merchants of London offer to take them in payment of the last loan to Henry, ibid.
Debts, negociations respecting unpaid, to Henry and to Wolsey, ii. 3, 34, 193, 324, 809.
-, contracted by Bourbon, ii. 289.
-, owing to George Fruntsperg, for advances made to his Germans, ii. 667, 755, 853.
Degues, v. Gues.
Denia, Nicholaus de, witnesses the act of adhesion to the league made by the Florentines, ii. 163.
-, marquis de, v. Saudoval y Rojas.
Descuds, v. Escuds.
Desencano, on the lake of Garda, meeting of Brunswick and Soria at, ii. 760.
Delea? in Lombardy, ii. 307.
Delmar, (?) Gaspar, colonel of German infantry, ii. 57.
Des Maretz, v. Jonglet.
Desmond, Desmont, Vismont, earl of, v. Fitzgerald.
Despatches and letters, imperial, intercepted in France, 895.
Despuch, v. Despuig.
-, -, death of, ii. 752.
Diaz de Puebla, Ruy, grandson of Dr. Puebla, Spanish ambassador in England, 614.
Diets or assemblies of Worms, 487.
-, at Spires, ii. 956.
-, to be held at Esslingen, ii. 2.
-, at Inspruck, 896, 932.
-, at Prague, 968, 1051, 1053.
-, Augsburg, ii. 646.
-, at Ratisbon, 666.
-, dissolved owing to a misunderstanding of the provost of Waldtkirch, ii. 8145.
Diez de Penalosa, Ruy, v. Pealosa.
Dilfus, Francis, ii. 914.
Diviciis, Joan or Juan Battista di', 240, 418, 663.
Divorce, first intelligence of the intended, conveyed in a letter from Don Iigo de Mendoza to the emperor, ii. 276.
-, as well as inn verbal message from Katharine through Francisco Felipez, ii. 277.
-, and in another through Moutoya, 877, 8845.
-, first idea of, suggested by Wolsey, ii. 1934.
-, secret proceedings about the, commenced, ii. 1945.
-, the, discussed by the king, Wolsey, and certain prelates, ii. 207.
-, the pope, by Don Inigo's advice, to be immediately informed of the fact, ibid.
-, secret proceedings about the, continued, ii. 209.
-, solicited at Orvieto, ii. 648.
Divorce, an authentic copy of the dispensation brief much wanted in England to prevent the, ii. 789.
-, a lawyer to he appointed to counsel and defend the queen in the, case, ii. 804.
-, Henry informs the pope that the, is popular in England, and that the emperor will not care if the separation takes place, ii. 8045.
-, Don Iigo instructed to protest against the case being tried in England, ii. 810.
-, and to challenge Wolsey if he finds that the legates have really a mandate from the pope, ii. 811.
-, opinion of the Paris theologians favourable to the, ii. 82932.
-, Katharine allowed by Henry to send for Flemish, not Spanish, lawyers to defend her case in the, ii. 848.
-, new objections raised against the dispensation brief of Julius II., as conclusive for the, ii. 849.
-, the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishops of London and Rochester appointed Katharine's counsels, ii. 842.
-, notwithstanding which she sends to the Low Countries for two Flemish lawyers, ibid.
-, Campeggio appointed to examine the, case conjointly with Wolsey, ii. 8446.
-, Bryan and Vannes sent to Rome to promote the, ii. 849.
-, inhibition against the, to be laid before Parliament, ii. 855.
-, protest entered by Muxetula at Rome, ii. 877, 885.
-, Clement unwilling to allow his legates (Campeggio and Wolsey) to try the case in England, ii. 877, 888.
-, notwithstanding which, Katharine is represented by the opposite party as willing, and glad of it, 885.
-, Clement assures the emperor that should the queen protest in due form, the case shall be tried before his court at Rome, ii. 890.
-, petitions and protests against the, ii. 667, 6767.
-, ambassadors of the emperor and of his brother Ferdinand protest against the, ii. 877, 885.
-, positive orders sent to Campeggio respecting the, ii. 893.
-, parties in England to desist there-from, and have the case referred to Rome, ii. 891.
-, in case of non-compliance with the pope and emperor's wishes, an appeal to be made to the next general council. ibid.
-, the authenticity of Julius' dispensation brief disputed at Rome, ii. 973.
Dixar, v. Ixar.
Dobeni, v. Aubigny.
Dodieu, Clande, his account of Francis' detention in Spain, ii. 184.
Dodo, Nicolao, Venetian merchant in London 73.
Dominican friar, arrested at Orvieto, said to have been sent by Perez to assassinate the pope, ii. 690, 695.
-, -, native of Brittany, sent by Francis to Rome, ii 831.
-, -, favours the imperial cause, ibid.
Dom Prevost, v. Naturelli.
Doria, Andrea, Genoese admiral in the service of France, ambassador Soria to negotiate with, 60.
-, -, openly favours the party of the Fregosi, 289, 341, 367, 611,652, 667, 684, 694, 739, 758, 940.
-, -, and captures imperial galleys, 289, 2978.
-, -, at sea with his fleet, in sight of Genoa, 2978, 329, 612,651, 686.
-, -, in the pope's pay, 645, 692, 705,76970.
-, -, becomes a regular privateer, 132,612,638,651.
-, -, refuses to give up Civitt Vecchia to the imperialists, as agreed, unless his arrears be paid, ii. 234.
-, -, plan proposed by Soria to stop his piratical incursions, 667, 686.
-, -, approved of by the emperor on condition of its being executed out of the pope's dominions, 918.
-, -, probability of his taking service with the emperor, provided advantageous terms are offered to him (June 1527), ii. 234, 258.
-, -, hoists a white flag indicating that he is no longer in the service of France nor of the pope, ii. 259.
-, -, Clement tries to dissuade, from accepting the emperor's offers, ii. 771.
-, -, negotiations opened with, by the prince of Orange, ii. 727, 739, 758, 771, 940.
-, -, releases the prisoners of Salerno on the payment of a ransom, ii. 712, 754.
-, -, finally takes service under the emperor, ii. 765.
-, -, on the coast of Naples against the French and Venetians, ii. 768.
-, -, terms of his engagement, ii. 526.
-, -, ratified, ii. 752, 767, 770, 776, 785, 928, 937.
-, -, captures two French vessels with Lautrec's and Vaudemont's horses, luggage, &c, ii. 792.
-, -, obtains the supreme command at Genoa, ii. 828, 851.
-, -, prepares to attack Barletta and Trani, ii. 836.
-, -, takes possession of Savona, ii. 824.
Doria, Andrea, offers to land on the coast of Provence, ibid.
-, -, and to strike a blow at Marseilles, ii. 859, 867, 904.
-, -, or to attack Novi and Alessandria, ii. 867.
-, -, offers made by Francis to, if he will persuade the Genoese to join the league against Charles, ii. 859.
-, -, presents the emperor with a medal bearing the effigy of Soliman, ii. 866.
-, -, letters to the emperor, ii. 575, 599, 6056, 624, 639.
-, Antonio, nephew of Andrea, ii. 694.
-, Erasmo, abbot of Nero; signs at Madrid (10th August 1528) the terms of an agreement between his uncle Andrea and the emperor, ii. 765, 767.
-, -, on a mission from his uncle Andrea, to Chalon, ii. 9278.
-, count Filippino, nephew of Andrea, 367.
-, -, defeats a body of Spaniards between Monaco and Genoa, 1057.
-, -, -, the imperial fleet at Capri, in the gulf of Salerno, ii. 151, 6704.
-, -, returns from Spain, 784.
-, cardinal Hieronimo, a nephew of Andrea, ii. 824.
-, -, the archbishopric of Tarento offered to, ii. 918.
-, Caretto? Marco Antonio, prince of Melfi, ii. 727, note.
Dormans, imperial messenger, 5603.
Dorotea, princess, daughter of Christiern II., king of Danmark, married to Frederic, palatine of the Rhine, ii. 146, note.
Dorset, marquis of, v. Grey.
Douarty, v. Warty.
Douglas, Archibald, earl of Angus, raid made by, 17.
-, -, letter to, 328.
-, -, expelled from Scotland, ii. 821.
Doyen,Eustace, French merchant; safe conduct refused to, 34.
Dovarty, Dourty, v. Warty.
Dover, called Dobla by the Spaniards, 75.
Dava, Drave, Drau, river of Hungary, 969.
Duchessina, La, niece of Clement VII., v. Medici (Marghareta).
Dugento, comte di, 72.
Dunnes, the downs, ii. 484, 821.
Dunkeld, bishop of, v. Cockburn.
Duprat, Anthoine, chancellor of France, v. Prat.
Duy (?), bastard brother of the duke of Bavaria, German captain, enters the service of the French in Italy, ii. 368.