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Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 4 Part 2, 1531-1533. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1882.

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Bab Arx, v. Barbarossa.

Baberi, Babri, Bauri, v. Waury.

Babylon, 543.

-, letter dated at, 308.

Bachelor, the, (?) agent at Rome of the archbishop of Santiago, ii. 85.

Backgammon (Fr. tictacq), a game with dice, ii. 465.

Baan, Bassan, v. Bazan.

Badajoz, bishop of, v. Gonalez de Manso.

Bade (Bath), bishop of, v. Stillington.

Baeza, city of Andalusia, archdeaconry of, Int. xvi.

Bagarotto (Antonio ?), Mantuan ambassador at the imperial court, 113, 490, 520; ii. 973.

Baglione, Braccio or Baccio, opponent of Malatesta in the lordship of Rimim, 63, 119, 211; ii. 960, 964.

-, -, invades the Perugino, 63, 68, 81, 119, 211; ii. 963.

-, Galeazzo, nephew of Malatesta, offers his services to the emperor, 211, 288, 680, 682; ii. 963.

Baglione, Lione, brother of Malatesta, governor of Spelle, capitulates, 211.

-, Malatesta, lord of Perugia, said to be arming against Siena, 15.

-, -, declares for the French, 63, 86.

-, -, joins the Italian league, 80.

-, -, offers his services to the emperor, 164, 179.

-, -, mistrusted by Clement, 193.

-, -, overtures rejected, 201.

-, -, in command of the Florentines, 284, 288, 575, 595, 602, 642, 677, 867;

-, ii. 146, 960, 987.

-, -,secretary of, returning from France, taken prisoner by the imperialists, 193, 603-4; ii. 960.

-, -, another, with letters from Francis and the Florentine agents, arrested, 652.

-, -, in treaty with Chalon and Gonzaga for the surrender of Florence, 608, 642, 677, 680 note, 682.

-, -, the Florentines want to take the command away from, for they mistrust him, 686.

-, -, said to have received a message from Francis exhorting him to leave the service of the Florentines together with Stephano Colonna and Giovan Paolo da Ceri, 602.

-, -, intercepted letters of, shown by Muxetula to Clement, 604.

-, -, -, who believes them to be forged between that captain and the French ambassador in Rome, 604.

-, -, -, his presence at Florence after the capitulation considered dangerous, 694, 706.

-, -, leaves and retires to Perugia, 711, 727.

-, -, Clement much afraid of, owing to his keeping an armed force in the Perugino, 748.

-, -, wishing to be friendly, 845.

-, -, -, and making overtures for fear of the imperial army approaching the Perugino, ibid.

-, -, offers his services to the emperor in the event of an attack upon Siena, ii. 47, 76.

Bailiwicks, the Swiss, ii. 492.

Bainham, James, a London citizen and proctor, burnt, ii. 996 (May 1531).

Balanon v. Valanon.

Balbi, Balby, Hieronimo de, a Venetian employed by the emperor in the East, 184, 455, 463, 543.

-, -, letters to the emperor from Aleppo, 125, 260.

-, -, -, from Babylon, 308.

Balbus, Balbi, Balbo, (Girolamo,) bishop of Gurk, and cardinal, 139, 270, 434.

-, -, his works, ii. 972.

Balcrique, v. Valtkirk.

Balearic Islands, 635; ii. 977.

Ballon, Ballone, v. Baglione.

Ballesta, a crossbow, ordered at Barbastro for king Ferdinand, 779-80.

Balsam, a casket of pure gold filled with, presented by Luigi Gritti to Francis, ii. 839.

Baltolina, v. Val Tellina.

Balwery, Sir William Scott of, Scottish ambassador in England (1531), ii. 568; v. also Scott.

Bandinelli (Vualdino), auditor at the Rota, and papal nuncio to Scotland; arrives in London accompanied by the duke of Albany's secretary and a Scotch gentleman (18 Dec. 1530), 857.

-, -, object of his mission, 857.

-, -, how received in London, 863.

-, -, returns from Scotland, (April 1533), ii. 632.

Bandini (Francesco), archbishop of Siena, 23, 162, 334, 824; ii. 955.

-, -, agent of, in Rome, 753.

-, -, letter to the emperor, 104.

-, Mario, Sienese agent at Rome, 659, 718, 874; ii. 66, 955, 985.

Banisiis, Bannisis, Jacopo de, the dean of Antwerp, 620, 776 (?); ii. 396.

Banquets and entertainments, Royal, given by Henry to the imperial and French ambassadors (Dec. 1529), 342, 348.

-, -, to the French (Jehan Jocquin) in July 1530, 672.

-, -, to Jean and Guillaume du Bellay, ii. 254, 525.

-, -, by Anne Boleyn to king Henry at a new manor he has presented her with, ii. 254, 525.

Barbaro, Francesco, Venetian ambassador in Turkey, ii. 573.

Barbarossa:

-, -, the galleys of, scour the Mediterranean, 321, 546, 615.

-, -, threaten the coast of Catalonia (Dec. 1529), 377.

-, -, make great ravages (1533), ii. 824.

-, -, some of them, and one in particular, hoisting Solyman's imperial flag, taken by Doria (1531), ii. 192, 195.

-, -, about to sail for Constantinople, and take the command of the Turkish fleet, ii. 797-8, 824.

-, -, son of, at Algiers with the title of Bey, ii. 824.

-, ambassador of, at Marseilles, ii. 849.

-, Frederic, emperor, ii. 590.

Barbary, Doria to cross over to, 684.

-, pirates on the coast of, 543.

-, horses, ii. 706.

Barbastro, in Aragon, ii. 779-80, 904.

-, crossbows made at, ibid.

Barber, a, of Francis's chamber, takes a verbal message to Clement to assure him of his friendship and affection, 310.

Barbon, Jean de, secretary to the duke of Albany, on a mission to Scotland accompanied by a papal auditor, 857; ii. 337, 632.

Barcaraus, Joan de, from Oleron in Bearn, Int. xxii.

Barcelona, 1, 2, 13, 14, 18, 20, 33, 35, 62, 136, 143, 706; ii. 779.

-, treaty of, between Clement and Charles ratified, 115, 118-19, 147.

-, alluded, 137, 178; ii. 849.

-, bishopric of, pension on, for Granvelle 172.

-, Franciscaus of, 118, 780.

-, letters dated at, (1529), 10, 14, 30-3, 60-3, 120.

Barch, La, v. Barres.

Barchi (?), Francesco, 375-6.

Barde, v. La Barde.

Bardi, the firm of, Florentine bankers in London, ii. 975.

-, captain Francesco de', Florentine consul in London, 375-6, 574 note; ii. 975.

-, his audience from Henry, 522, 514.

-, Giorgio (?) Francesco, Florentine merchant in London, 574; ii. 975.

-, Pier Francesco, ii. 975.

Bari, town of Naples, 126.

-, duchy of, 166, 236-7, 266, 870.

-, included by the king of Poland in his treaty with Turkey, ii. 756.

-, archbishop of, v. Merino.

-, duke of, v. Sforza (Francesco).

Barletta held by Renzo da Ceri for the French, 25, 195, 363, 365.

-, surrendered to the imperialists, 363-4, 379, 389, 873.

-, prior of, v. Martinengo.

Barlo (Barlow), William, prior of Bisham, bishop of St. Asaph, on a mission to Flanders, 471; ii. 992.

-, -, called the "Man of Louvain," 471-4.

-, -, report concerning, 967.

Barnes, Dr. Robert, prior of the Austin friars, ii. 818, 823.

Barozzi, Antonio, bishop of Cividal di Belluno, ii. 970.

Barre, Jaques de la (?), provost of Paris, gerent of the property constituting the dower of the duchess of Suffolk, ii. 224; v. La Barre.

Barres, Master Guillaume des, sieur de Beodosnaes (?), secretary to the Imperial embassy in France, 29, 37-8, 107, 244, 263, 306, 312, 383, 458-9, 488, 496, 499, 500-1, 587, 687, 692, 744; ii. 13.

-, sieur de Vccin or Recin, 575; ii. 6.

Barroso, Christoval, 134-5; ii. 958.

-, -, letter to the emperor, 85, 86.

Barry (?), v. Bari.

Bartholom, Don, v. Gattinara.

Bartholomeo (Fonzio), Lutheran preacher in Venice, v. Fonzia.

Barton, Elizabeth, (the nun of Kent,) arrest and trial of, ii. 857.

-, -, ever since her arrest in the keeping of Cromwell or of his people, who treat her as a high-born lady, 861-3.

-, -, sentenced, ii. 866-7, 998.

Basadona, , Venetian ambassador at Milan (June to Aug. 1533), 786.

Basilea, v. Basle.

Basle in Switzerland, ii. 311.

-, diet to be held at, on the 3rd of Sept.1533, ii. 492.

-, a printer from, comes to London in company with Grinus in search of old manuscripts, ii. 177.

-, doctors of, to be consulted respecting the divorce, ii. 178.

-, a German born at, who served in the Italian wars, and pretends to be the agent of the duke of Saxony, and of Philip, landgrave of Hesse, comes to London (Feb. 1531), and offers his services to Henry, ii. 618, 624, 632.

-, -, Cromwell appointed to treat with him, ibid.

Basmallot (?), ii. 786 note.

Basra (Bassora), pach. of Bagdad, 455.

Bassan, v. Bazan.

Bath, bishop of, v. Stillington.

-, and Wells, bishop of, v. Clerk.

-, order of the, ii. 675.

Battista, shipwright at Monaco, 438.

Baubry, Baury, v. Waury.

Baudeloo in the Low Countries, the emperor at (23 March 1531), ii. 146.

Bauri, Baury, also called Vaurri, v. Vaury.

Baux, Pierre de, duke of Audria, ii. 973.

Bavaria, Lewis, (1508-50,) 478, 568, 591; ii. 703, 707.

-, William IV., brother of the preceding, (1508-50,) 315, 478, 568, 591; ii. 703, 707.

-, the election of the king of the Romans to fall on a prince of the house of, 516; ii. 778.

-, dukes of, ii. 89, 104, 804, 905.

-, -, reported to have sacked a town belonging to the Empire, and murdered a Spaniard who went to ask them for some artillery, ii. 255.

-, -, their business with the archduke and in Spain, ii. 824.

-, -, likely to create disturbance in Germany, ii. 859.

-, -, Henry sends an agent to the, ii. 841.

-, -, agent, of, in Spain (Conrad), negociating, ii. 790-91, 824, 905.

Bayard, Bayart, l'EI Gilbert, one of Francis's secretaries, 37, 42, 102-4, 106.

-, -, on a mission to the emperor at Bologna, 312.

-, -, to Margaret in Flanders, 838.

-, -, "secretaire des finances," and "general de Bretagne," (1530,) 487, 576.

-, -, on a mission to the emperor, ii. 6.

Bayeux, bishop of, v. Canossa.

Bayonne in France, 487-8, 575.

-, not a fit place for the delivery of the sons of Francis, being (in Oct. 1529) afflicted by plague, 313.

-, queen Eleanor at, 619.

-, report of a French army being massed upon, ready to invade Spain, 799.

-, bishop of, v. Bellay.

Bazan, D. Alonso (?) de, ii. 93, 980.

-, D. Alvaro de, 567; ii. 93, 980.

-, -, his proctor at Rome, 567.

-, -, his voyage of inspection to reconnoitre the forts on the coast of Baibary, 706, 733.

-, Hernando (?) de, ii. 93.

-,Pedro de, 701; ii. 88, 93.

Beamont, Beamunt, Beaumont (?), Guillelmo, Guillaume de, count of Lerin, in Navarre, 116.

Bearn, prov. of France, ii. 845.

Beatrix of Portugal, infanta of Spain and duchess of Savoy, wife of duke Carlo III., v. Savoie.

Beaufort, baron de, v. Savoie (Philippe de).

Beaubois, Beauvois, Mr. de, French gentleman sent by Francis to Scotland, ii. 613, 682, 787, 813-19, 993.

-, -, leaves (11 Apr. 1533), ii. 644.

-, -, also called Beauvoir, ii. 993.

Beauvoir, v. Beaubois.

Beda (?), syndic of the Sorbonne, 692.

Bedber, sieur de, v. Nova Aquila.

Beer Haven, in Ireland, 51.

Behamonte v. Beamunt.

Bejar, duke of, v. Zuiiga.

Belgioioso, count Lodovico, condottiero in the Imperial service, 27, 36, 98-9, 124.

Belgrade, 120, ii. 455.

-, the Turk at, 102, 140, 145, 161, 317; ii. 161, 332-3, 519-20.

Belgues, v. Berghes and Bergues.

-, Mr. de, v. Bourgogne.

Belinzona, Swiss canton, ii. 314.

Bellay, Guillaume du, sieur de Langeais, French ambassador in England, arrival of, in London (Aug. 1529), 189,

-, -, unable to see cardinal Wolsey, ibid.

-, ostensible object of his mission, 190, 215.

-, -, his conversations with Chapuys, 387-9, 390-91, 395, 469; ii. 613, 993.

-, -, dines at the king's table (Dec. 1530), 416.

-, -, brings to London many rich jewels, and amongst them a diamond cross worth 12,000 ducats, 436.

-, -, -, said to belong to a merchant of Lyons, but which Chapuys suspects are Francis's to bestow as presents in England, ibid.

-, -, to remain in London whilst his brother (John) goes to France, 420.

-, -, promises Henry to obtain the approval of the Sorbonne for him to carry out his divorce, 470.

-, -, -, and on his return to Paris has a conclusion to that effect, signed by no less than 30 doctors of that university, 497-8, 500-1, 514.

-, -, -, who yet refuse to decide in favour of it, 617.

-, -, -, at which Henry is both disappointed and offended, ibid.

-, -, tries to corrupt the universities of France, 497, 500, 617, 622, 671.

-, -, suspected of having worked in favour of cardinal Wolsey, 630.

-, -, attends a banquet given by Anne Boleyn (Sept. 1532), at a manor house presented to her by Henry, ii. 254, 525.

-, -, described by Chapuys as a most mischievous newsmonger, ii. 255, 525.

-, -,again in London; arrives (24 Feb. 1533), ii. 613-15.

-, -, his mission supposed to relate to the general council, ibid.,

-, -, introduces Mr. De Beauvois, ii. 615.

-, Jean du, bishop of Bayonne, (1525-9), of Paris (1530), French ambassador in England (1529-31), appointed, 88.

-, -, in London, 58, 108, 190, 215.

-, -, again expected in England (Dec. 1529), 388-9.

-, -, travelling by short stages in a litter, owing to his having hurt his leg, 391.

-, -, takes leave of Chapuys and returns to France, 420-21.

-, -, to England again with a mission from Francis, 674, 689.

-, -, arrives (18 Aug. 1530), 691.

-, -, to court with Gioachino, the resident ambassador, 706.

-, -, visits Chapuys, 707.

-, -, and Jean Joequin call immediately on king Henry, ii. 707.

-, -, by whom they are coldly received, ii. 707-8.

-, -, owing to their having proposed things which the Privy Council could not possibly admit, ibid.

-, -, and among others that the King should at once proceed to his marriage with Anne Boleyn, ibid.

-, -, with the assurance that, once married, Francis will obtain from the pope whatever dispensations may be required, 709.

-, -, visits again Chapuys and holds several conferences with him, 709.

-, -, Chapuys' instructions as to the manner of treating him, 720.

-, -, causes of his altercations with the privy councillors, 737.

-, -, leaves suddenly for Dover accompanied by Gioachino, 737, 749.

-, -, said to have come over from France at the request of Henry, 790.

-, -, to treat of a private league with Francis, ibid.

-, -, his conditions so exorbitant that Henry quarrels with him, 790-91.

-, -, sent again after the conference of Marseilles, ii. 885.

-, -, arrival and cold reception of, in London (Dec. 1533), ii. 889.

-, -, his conversation with Chapuys, ii. 890.

-, -, visits him again, ii. 899-900.

-, -, has audience from the king, ii. 901-2, 497-8, 575.

Belojo, Lorenzo, (1532,) his conversation at Venice with the Turkish ambassador, ii. 572-3.

Belona (la), Valona, Turkish sail at, ready to go to the coasts of Sicily and Naples, 539, 544.

-, plague at, ii. 468.

-, nassadites of the Turk at, 611.

-, revolt of the Albanians close to, 544.

-, v. Avlona.

Beltran, Dr., Spanish lawyer, 703, 752-3; ii. 30.

-, Capt. Francisco, a Spaniard formerly in the service of France, at Venice, acting as a spy upon count di Novellara, ii. 454-6.

Belvedere, palace at Rome, apartments prepared in, for the prince of Orange, 150.

Belvis, commandery of, ii. 77.

Belzares, v. Welzers.

Benafro, v. Venafro.

Benavides, imperial courier, ii. 42, 83.

Benedit, v. Lopez.

Benet, Dr. William, on an embassy to the Emperor passing through France, 311.

-, -, his credentials (27 Oct. 1529), 200.

-, -, expected at Rome, 564, 580, 586, 625.

-, -, his arrival at Bologna (24 Nov.), 578.

-, -, in Rome (June 1530), 588.

-, -, expedient suggested to Clement by, to put an end to the divorce suit, 590.

-, -, approved of by Mai, 590-91.

-, -, said to have been suggested by Charles himself at Bologna, 629.

-, -, as well as the trial of the cause by impartial judges out of Rome, ibid.

-, -, conversation with Mai, 674.

-, -, recalled, 858.

-, -, leaves for England, where he is expected by Clement to do some good, ii. 329.

-, -, about to start a second time for Rome, sends a message to Katharine, and asks her pardon for having worked there against her, as no one cared more than he for her welfare, ii. 352.

-, -, expected back in Rome; should he not bring Henry's mandate to represent him, the suit to go on, ii. 369.

-, -, writes from Lyons that he is the bearer of a resolution on the divorce case, ii. 370.

-, -, arrives at Rome without any special mandate (Feb. 1532), ii. 388.

-, -, questioned by Clement, answers that as soon as Charles quits Italy for Germany the mandate shall be sent, ii. 392-3.

-, -, further reproached for not having brought powers from Henry, answers that it is not his province, but the excusator's, ii. 556.

-, -, returns from Rome (Jan. 1533), ii. 674.

Benetto, Benoyt, v. Benet.

Benevento, pawned by Clement, 185, 290.

-, held by Ferrante Gonzaga for the emperor, 822.

Benfayan (Benifayo?), commandery of, 77.

Beodosnaes (?) sieur de, v. Barres.

Berdenberg, v. Werdenberg.

Berengaro, Beringaro, Beringharius, Marcello, secretary to the duke of Ferrara (Alfonso d'Este), 34.

-, his letter to the emperor, 13.

Berga (Bourg?) in dep. Gironde, 620.

Bergamo, the podesta or governor of, ii. 92.

Bergaveney, Bergavenney, Burguevenney, v. Avergaveny and Neville.

Bergenroth, Gustav, quoted, Int. i.; 64-5, 125, 134, 239, 351, 363, 375, 562, 664, 696, 729, 752, 787, 814, 850, 860, 885, 887; ii. 18, 56, 208, 351, 516, 576.

Berghen, Cornelius van, bishop of Liege and cardinal, 629-30, 633.

-, -, sent by Clement to the emperor to announce his departure for France, ii. 815.

Berghes, Mr. de (Jean), of Margaret's Privy Council (1531), 37, 39; ii. 98, 786.

-, -, Bergues, v. Berghes.

Berg-up-Zoom in the Netherlands, merchant ships laden with English goods not allowed to sail for, in consequence of certain duties to be imposed on their cargoes, ii. 426, 875.

Beringharius, Marcellus, secretary to the duke of Ferrara, and his agent at Rome, 34; v. Berengaro.

Berlanga, marquis of, v. Velasco.

Berne, Swiss canton, joins the Lutheran league, ii. 212.

-, -, to be attacked by the Catholics, ii. 305.

-, -, before its junction with Zurich is effected, ii. 313, 315.

Berners, lord (John Bourchier), ii. 497 note, 992.

Bertrade, married to Philippe Auguste, king of France, ii. 812 note.

Berthe, repudiated queen of Philip Auguste, ii. 812 note.

Berwick (Warwick castle?), ii. 488.

Berzosa, Juan, his collection at Simancas, Int. xxiii.; 322 note, 729, 887; ii. 8, 93.

Besanon, hospital of Sancti Spiritus at, 167.

-, officer of, 459.

-, bishopric of, to be given to a son of La Chaulx, 561.

-, in Burgundy, ii. 327, 903, 905.

-, prior, dean, and treasurer of, v. Bonvallot.

Bethune (Pas de Calais), governor of, v. Ostin.

Betoun, James, archbishop of St Andrews, ii. 753.

Bvres, Adolphe de Bourgogne, sieur de, privy councillor in the Low Countries, 42, 510.

Biertauberge, v. Wurtemberg.

Bilaque, v. Villach.

Bilboa (Bilbao), ii. 904.

Bilia, Billia, cavalier, ambassador of the duke of Milan in Spain, 32, 114.

Binasco in Lombardy, 16.

Bioderos (?) Stefano or Esteban, ambassador of the vayvod (Zapolsky), 764; ii. 982.

-, -, not received by the emperor at Mantua; Caracciolo appointed to hear him, Apr. 1530, 494.

-, -, to be arrested, if possible, at his passage through Asti, 496.

Biondo, Paris, a Mantuan; witnesses the marriage contract between Isabella Colonna and Luigi Gouzaga, 558 note.

Biran, port of, (Beer Haven,) in Ireland, 51.

Biscay, 34.

Bisham, in Berks, ii. 471.

-, prior of, . .Barlo.

Bishop's Hatfield, . Hatfield.

Bisignano, prince of, 575.

-, -, death of, without male issue reported, 594.

Bitonto (Terra de Bari), 364.

Black Forest (Swartzwald), the people of the, with Marco d'Embs at their head, to make a diversion against Zurich, ii. 313, 314.

Blackfriars, the court at (May 1529), Henry and Katharine summoned before, 96.

Blais, v. Blois.

Blanca, a small silver coin of Castille, 567.

Blanche Rose, surname given to Richard de la Pole, 322 note.

-, la Reine, title given by courtiers to Mary, duchess of Suffolk, 366; ii. 723.

-, -, why so called, ii. 969.

Bles, v. Blois.

Blois, Bloys, the French court at, 640, 81516; ii. 454.

-, -, letters dated at, 486, 505, 507.

Blosio, papal secretary, ii. 365, 493, 556.

Blount, Gertrude, wife of Henry, marquis of Exeter, to be godmother to Elizabeth, ii. 789.

-, -, the only true friend and comforter queen Katharine and her daughter ever had, ii. 800.

-, -, communicates with Chapuys, ii. 800.

-, William, lord Mountjoy, Katharine's chamberlain, 190, 215; ii. 524, 963.

-, -, ordered to keep guard over her for fear she should be induced to quit England, ii. 629.

Blues, imperial messenger, 281, 308.

Boccalini di Mantova, Francesco, 558 note.

Bocking, Dr. Edward, canon of Christ Church in Canterbury, ii. 999.

Bohemia, king of, v. Ferdinand.

-, diet to be held at Budweis in, 120.

-, the army of, to be sent back after the relief of Vienna, 315.

-, queen of, v. Anne.

Boil, Guillen, bishop of Gerona, 28 Nov. 1532, ii. 76, 247.

Boissy, sieur de, v. Gouffier, 620.

Boleyn, Anne, 789, 406, 445, 489, 634, 883.

-, -, should the king's affection for, abate in the least, Wolsey is sure to find the means of settling the divorce question, 368.

-, -, considered by Henry as his wife, since he fully intends marrying her against the pope's will, 4056.

-, -, report of her probable marriage to the earl of Surrey current at Rome in June 1530, 590.

-, -, her chief reliance and trust is in France, 711.

-, -, her encounter with the duchess of Norfolk (Oct. 1530), 761.

-, -, jealous of Henry, and not without cause, 788, 837.

-, -, at one of Henry's conferences with Chapuys, overhearing what passed, 803.

-, -, arrival in London of the monitory brief ordering her immediate dismissal from court (Dec. 1530), 832.

-, -, considering herself already sure of her affair, is fiercer than a lioness, ii. 3.

-, -, ill-treats a gentleman of the king's household (Jan. 1531), ii. 33.

-, -, in consequence of which Henry quarrels with her, ibid.

-, -, her demonstrations of joy at hearing that Parliament and the English clergy have declared Henry Supreme Head of the Church in England, ii. 63.

-, -, some talk in Feb. 1531 of her being dismissed from court, 70, 71.

-, -, she and her father, the earl, more Lutheran than Luther himself, ii. 96

-, -, knowing that Guildford, the controller, is no friend of her, threatens him, ii. 177.

-, -, accompanying the king in his hunting excursions without any female attendants of her own, ii. 198, 212.

-, -, declares that her marriage will take place in 3 or 4 months at the latest, ibid.

-, -, (July 1531), providing slowly for her royal estate, ibid.

-, -, a house in London presented to, by Henry, ii. 254.

-, -, her spite towards Rice, the Welsh lord, and the reason for it, ii. 323.

-, -, her miscarriage reported at Rome (Dec. 1531), ii. 315, 343.

-, -, refuses to intercede for a coinshaver, a priest; answer to her father on the occasion, 481.

-, -, insulted by women during an excursion with Henry to the North (July 1532), ii. 487.

-, -, created marchioness of Pembroke, ii. 508.

-, -, prepares to accompany Henry to Calais, ii. 4945, 524.

-, -, well provided with jewels and costly dresses, ibid.

-, -, and her father staunch Lutherans, ii. 507.

-, -, her marriage to Henry privately solemnized by Dr. Lee, about St. Paul's day (Feb. 1533), ii. 609, 633, 652, 6556.

-, -, boasts that the very moment she becomes queen, she will make the princess (Mary) her maid of honour, ii. 630.

-, -, suspected by Chapuys to be in the family way (Apr. 1533), ii. 638.

-, -, the Imperial Privy Councillors in Spain consulted as to whether she ought to be included in the papal excommunication or not, ii. 659.

-, -, trying to win the affections of the Londoners, ii. 675.

-, -, anecdote related by Chapuys concerning, ii. 699.

-, -, from Greenwich to the Tower of London, to be crowned at Westminster, ii. 700.

-, -, making use of Katharine's royal barge on the occasion, ibid.

-, -, the king's passion for, on the decrease in May 1533, ii. 673.

-, -, preparations for the coronation of, ii. 675.

-, -, highly offended with the consul of the Easterlings in London, ii. 740.

-, -, who, on the day of her coronation, placed the imperial eagle over and above the arms of England, ibid.

-, -, as well as with the rejoicings in certain villages close to town on the princess's passage through them, ibid.

-, -, not satisfied with Katharine's jewels, which she appropriates, applies for a gorgeous cloth used at Royal christenings (July 1533), ii. 756.

-, -, jealous of Henry, and not without legitimate cause, ii. 788, 837, 842.

-, -, quarrels with him, ibid.

-, -, persuades Henry to have Katharine removed by force to a most unsalubrious house, and the princess to another destined for Elizabeth's residence, ii. 893.

-, -, excominunicated together with Henry, ii. 8367.

-, -, one of her maids of honour hears Henry say that he would rather be reduced to beg his bread than part from, ii. 842.

-, -, not to be included in the sentence of excommunication; reasons adduced by the imperial lawers for such a course, ii. 9235.

-, George, brother of Anne, on a mission to Paris, 190, 215, 257; ii. 965.

-, -, created lord Rochfort, 386.

-, -, at court, 467.

-, -, to France for queen Eleanor's coronation, with Carew and Brown (Dec. 1530), 854.

-, -, again on a mission (March 1533), ii. 619.

-, -, returns accompanied by Beavois, ii. 644.

-, -, to form part of Norfolk's embassy to France in May 1533, ii. 700

-, -, arrives suddenly from a place in the country where he was staying with the duke of Norfolk (27th July 1533), ii. 754.

Boleyn, Sir Thomas, lord viscount Rochfort, lord high treasurer of England, 69, 70, 72, 79, 185, 195.

-, -, created earl of Ormond and Wiltshire, 366; ii. 969.

-, receives Chapuys, and takes him to Katharine, 409, 418.

-, -, on an embassy to Charles, 422, 437.

-, -, reaches Bologna on the 14th of April 1530, passing through Milan, 486, 634.

-, -, graciously received by the emperor and the pope, ibid.

-, -, fails completely in his mission, 515, 564.

-, -, the king dissatisfied at his manner of conducting the negociations, as he has given no proofs of intelligence or ability, 534.

-, -, never was there a worse conducted mission than the one entrusted to, by Henry in 1530, 629; ii. 40.

-, -, sent on a mission to France, 627, 629, 631.

-, -, with the avowed purpose of congratulating Francis on the delivery of his sons, 631.

-, -, and claiming payment of certain debts, 632.

-, -, but, as Chapuys imagines, intent upon mischief of some sort, 6312.

-, -, daily expected back, not at all pleased with the court of Francis, 674.

-, -, returns (Aug.), 690, 734.

-, -, meets Chapuys at the duke of Norfolk's, 790.

-, -, breaks out in abuse of Clement, ibid.

-, -, plots against cardinal Wolsey, 819.

-, -, at Greenwich with the privy council, ii. 12.

-, -, invites the French ambassador to supper, and has a farce represented of cardinal Wolsey going down to hell, ii. 40.

-, -, deputed with others to go to the queen and induce her to consent to the suspension of the proceedings in the divorce suit, June 1531, ii. 74; 79, 171.

-, -, declares by way of an excuse that he has nothing to do with the affair, and has not been the promoter of it, ii. 175.

-, -, at Eltham, ii. 557.

-, -, said to have opposed as long as he could Henry's marriage to his daughter Anne, ii. 699.

-, -, his discussions with Chapuys in the privy council respecting the treatment of princess Mary, and that ambassador's letter to Henry, 231, 376, 506, 629, 66970, 673, 722, 734; ii. 12.

-, -, his countess, 304; v. Howard.

Bollan, Bollen, Bollin, v. Boleyn.

Bologna, 283, 286, 3089, 314, 320, 336, 461, 486, 577.

-, symptoms of disturbance at, 49.

-, -, fomented by the French and the Italian league, 50.

-, plans of the confederates upon, 65, 73.

-, chosen instead of Rome for Charles's coronation, 240, 249, 281.

-, Clement's journey to, 283, 286, 290, 309.

-, Charles's arrival at, 3089, 320.

-, preparations for the coronation, 4546.

-, -, which takes place 24th Feb. 1530, 472.

-, the college of, founded by a Spaniard (Albornoz), delivers an unanimous opinion in favour of the divorce, 61415, 728.

-, English ambassador about to try what he can do at, 547.

-, a consummate theologian from, writes against the divorce, ii. 490.

- chosen instead of Rome for a second interview of Clement and Charles, ii. 544

-, departure of Clement for, the second time (18 Nov. 1532), ii. 555.

-, brief of separation (separatorio) to be procured at, ii. 556.

-, preparations for the emperor's reception (Dec. 1532), ii. 563.

-, St. Dominic of, cardinal Loaysa lodged at, ii. 564.

-, Charles at, for the second time (from 13 Nov. 1532 to 28 Feb. 1533), ii. 561.

-, leaves it, to return to Spain, (26 Feb.), ii. 608.

-, university of, decides in favour of the divorce, 818; ii. 41, 214, 563.

-, vice-legate of, v. Gambara.

-, La Certosa di (Charter-house), 310

-, governor of, v. Gambara, Guicciardino.

-, Jacopo di, 865.

-, Madelena di, 541 note.

-, letters dated at, 178, 189, 193, 2023, 213, 220, 227, 2589, 2623, 2669, 2715, 274, 1032.

-, congress held at, for the purpose of devising means of repelling the Turkish invasion, 265, 271, 308, 369, 610.

-, doctor from, writes in favour of the divorce, ii. 4602.

-, Paduan doctors not allowed by the signory to meet and give opinion on the divorce case, propose going to, for the purpose, 546, 549.

-, the English ambassadors (Lee and Sampson) graciously received by the emperor at, 416.

-, assemble at, and meet the English ambassadors (Karne and Croke), 552.

Bolougnie, v. Boulogne.

Bolsena, on the lake of Viterbo, ii. 633.

Bonacorsi, Buonacorsi, Giuliano, Florentine merchant, 522, 575.

Bonacursio di Grino, Int. xxyii.

-, instructions to, 21.

-, his letter to Ferdinand wrongly calendered, ii. 955.

-, di Trino (?), ii. 955.

Bouar, Bonard, Bonnart, v. Boner.

Bonds, imperial, for sums borrowed by Maximilian from Henry; the French anxious to have them in their power, 675.

Boner, Bonner, Dr. Edmund, king's chaplain, formerly of the queen's council, ii. 376.

-, -, on a mission to Italy, to get the opinion of the universities on the divorce case (Jan. 1532), ii. 376.

-, -, and to the emperor, it. 377.

-, -, to leave for Rome with new proposals from Henry (10 Feb. 1533), ii. 598, 601.

-, returns and is again sent to the pope, ii. 674, 998.

-, -, to remain there after the recall of his colleagues in the embassy, ii. 817.

Bonifacio VI., marquis of Monferrato, 663.

Bonvalot, Franois, dean and treasurer of Besanon, imperial ambassador in Paris (1530), Int. x.; 355, 459, 499, 501, 587, 596, 600, 607, 692, 744; ii. 227, 469, 791, 886, 904.

-, -, on a mission to Switzerland, 733, 762, 791, 798, 828, 849, 865; ii. 227 note.

-, Nicole, married to Nicolas Perrenot, int, viii.

Books in favour of the queen and against the divorce, written or printed, 509.

-, by Abel, ii. 992.

-, by Drs. Garay, Moscoso, and Sepulveda, q.v.

-, by Fisher, bishop of Rochester, 818, 8323, 847.

-, many being written against the divorce, and in favour of Katherine, which Chapuys forwards to Mier Mai at Rome (Nov. 1530), 805.

-, one against Clement, the council, and the divorce, and criticising his conduct, sent by the duke of Ferrara to Francis in Oct. 1530, 737.

-, the papal nuncio instructed to obtain possession of it, ibid.,

-, a talk in Nov. 1530 of having one printed in England and circulated Wakefield's?), 818.

-, another sent from England and addressed to king Francis, ii. 169, 194.

-, Henry sends Clement, through his nuncio, one just printed, on condition of his not showing it to any living soul for some time to come, June 1531, ii. 170.

-, small one in English containing nine articles, ii. 902.

-, distributed profusely, ibid.

-, of which Chapuys had the day before obtained a copy to forward to Grauvelle, ibid.

-, another procured by Chapuys in Aug. 1532, and handed over to the papal nuncio for inspection, ii. 514.

Boquinguien v. Buckingham.

Bordeaux, 620, 636, 640; ii. 338.

-, archbishop of, v. Grammont (Charlesde).

-, letter dated at, 368.

Borgo de' Fornari, 188.

Borgho, Borgo, baron del (Antonio de Pulleo), a Sicilian, employed by Clement; sent to England as papal nuncio, 621, 648, 677, 689; ii. 236.

-, - lands at Dover (3 Sept. 1530), 710.

-, -, arrives in London, 712.

-, -, how received, 708, 710, 712.

-, -, has audience from Henry at Hampton Court, 71920, 75861.

-, his arrival in London said to have had a beneficial influence over the English Parliament, 689.

-, -, imagines (Sept. 1530) that a suspension of the divorce suit on condition of one of the parties giving notice one year or six months before, might prove a good expedient, 719.

-, -, proposes it among others to Henry, who does not accept, ibid.

-, -, desired by the king to discuss with Norfolk and Gardyner the matter of his divorce, 719.

-, -, gives Chapuys an account of his interview with Henry, 7217.

-, -, goes to Court to represent against the statute (Sept. 1530), 734.

-, -, his conversation on the subject with the duke of Suffolk and carl of Wiltshire, 734.

-, -, and with the King, 7356.

-, -, writes to Clement (in Oct. 1530) that, as there is no hope of Henry altering his course, he must proceed at once to pass sentence in the divorce suit, 737.

-, -, has again audience at Hampton Court, 7 5862.

-, -, and writes to Clement recommending Henry's proposal about the election of judges out of Rome, 760.

-, -, invited by Jean Jocquin to meet Chapujs at dinner, 788

-, -, puts in Henry's hands Clement's answer to the petition of the kingdom, 797.

-, -, communicates with Chapuys, and informs him of the result of his conference with the king in Nov. 1530, 7978.

-, -, Henry highly displeased with him on that account, 8245.

-, -, calls secretly on the duke of Norfolk, who begs him to take no notice of Henry's violent words against Clement the day before, but exert his influence at Rome that the king's wishes may be granted, 804.

-, -, if so, he (the duke), would take care that not one of the kind's threats should be carried into execution, ibid.

-, -, reports to Clement on the state of affairs, and urges him to pronounce sentence in the divorce suit, 818, 833.

-, -, Henry dissatisfied Avith, 8245.

-, -, when interrogated by Henry on the supposed dealings of cardinal Wolsey, refuses to answer, 81920.

-, -, on familiar terms with Chapuys, who praises his conduct and advises him how to act, ii. 8, 1819, 2021, 2.

-, -, calls on the archbishop of Canterbury and remonstrates, ii. 278.

-, -, answer made by the latter, ii. 278.

-, -, receives a letter from Clement, ii. 34.

-, -, attends the convocation of the clergy, ii. 39, 40.

-, -, applies for an audience, and is told that Henry is unwell and cannot see him, ii. 43.

-, -, presents the papal brief in answer to the king's letter, ii. 614, 701, 74, 84.

-, -, charged by Clement to make his excuses for having rejected Karne's application, ii. 967.

-, -, and to announce the Turk's threatened invasion, ii. 97.

-, -, has audience of Henry (March 1531), ii. 97.

-, -, how received, ii. 978, 353.

-, -, his interview with the duke of Norfolk, ii. 41617.

-, -, requested by Chapuys to forward to Rome a properly attested account of his conversation with Henry and the king's threatening language on the occasion, ii. 227.

-, -, ready to present the Pope's letter brought by Monfalconet, though Katharine thinks that the opportunity is unfavourable, ii. 337, 433.

-, -, his conversation with Norfolk, to whom he declares the contents of the papal brief, ii. 445.

-, -, and complains of a preacher having called the pope a heretic, ibid.

-, -, has again audience from Henry (13 May), and exhorts him to co-operate to the defence of threatened Christendom (13 May), ii. 447, 469, 536.

-, -, changes by Chapuys' advice his tone, and obtains from Norfolk vague promises of assistance, ii. 481.

-, -, ordered by Clement to notify to Henry the declaratory brief on the divorce case, ii. 4856, 494.

-, -, summoned to attend the meeting of the Commons (Feb. 1533), ii. 5945, 600.

-, -, expressly requested by Norfolk not to write home, and announce Fisher's arrest, ii. 629, 661.

-, -, not attending so steadily to business as before Henry's second marriage (May 1533), ii. 644, 674.

-, -, recalled; may take leave of the king on the plea of going to Nice, to the conferences, or on any other excuse, ii. 712, 740, 769, 817, 832.

-, -, conversation with Clement and count Cifuentes at Rome, ii. 838.

-, -, said to have been so much in Henry's confidence whilst in England, that Katharine had good reasons to suspect him, ibid.

-, -, and to have been instructed not to notify the second inhibition brief to Henry if Chapuys or any other person could not do it on behalf of Katharine, ii. 838.

-, -, memorandum of, and opinion of an imperial councillor upon it, ii. 1139.

-, -, reports to Rome, 726, 779, 780; ii. 169, 345, 371, 441, 45960, 516, 663.

-, -, his Italian secretary, ii. 725.

-, -, letter to the pope, 429.

Borgo di San Donnino, in the duchy of Parma; the emperor at, 311.

-, letters dated at, 201, 1031.

Borgoforte, ii. 968.

Borja (or Borgia), Cesar, 500 note.

-, Don Juan dc, son of pope Alexander VI., claims the duchy of Camerino, 530, 585, 662; ii. 55, 205.

Borrello, count, v. Pignatello.

Bossu, Mr. de, 481, ii. 5. v. Hennin.

Bosworth, battle of, alluded, 833.

Botniklces, And., ambassador of the duke of Bavaria in London (1531), ii. 41.

Bottigella, Piero Francesco (1530), 51416.

Boulang, v. Boleyn.

Bolougnie, Boulang, v. Boleyn.

Boulogue-sur-Mer, interview of Francis and Henry at, ii. 494, 517, 513.

-, Francis' act of renunciation of all his rights on Naples, Milan, &c., signed at, (19 Dec. 1529), 370.

-, proposed as the place of meeting of the English and Belgian commissioners in Dec. 1532, ii. 931.

Bourbon, Charles de, duke of vendme; one of his daughters (Marguerite) to be married to king James of Scotland, ii. 417, 757, 990.

-, -, duke of Auvergne and Bourbonnais, constable of France, alluded, 111, 824 note.

-, -, property belonging to, taken away a second time from his heirs, 334.

-, -, fulfilment of clause relating to his inheritance indefinitely postponed, 459, 531.

-, -, Chapuys, the ambassador, once in the service of, 806.

-, -, money lent to, by Mr. de Lorraine, ii. 576.

-, Franois de, count of Enghien, his marriage to Caterina de' Medici, proposed in the event of that of the duke of Orleans not taking place, ii. 29.

- Montpensier, Louse de, princesse de la Roche-sur-Yon, 174.

-, Rene, duchess of Lorraine, 174.

Bourbonnais, the dukedom of, offered by Francis to Francesco Sforza in exchange for Milan, ii. 689.

Bourbourg, in Belgium, ii. 384, 937.

Bourchier, Henry, earl of Essex, privy councillor, ii. 669, 830, 877.

-, John, lord Berners, ii. 992.

Bouret, Franoys, 576.

Bourg (Gironde?), king Francis at, 578.

-, the court of France and queen Eleanor going to, 578, 620.

-, letter dated at, 339.

-, Antoine de, president of queen Louise's council in France, 576.

Bourges in the Berri, France, 652.

-, bishop of, created cardinal, 561.

-, university of, in France, determines in favour of the divorce, 818.

-, Mr. de, v. Burgos and Mendoza (Iigo de).

Bourgogne, Jean de, sieur de Bredan, 98, 266, 271, 281, 286, 354, 378, 474 note; ii. 4, 5, 98, 266, 965, 972.

Bourgues (Burgos), in Castille, v. Burgos.

Bourke (De Burghe?), earl of Clanricarde, ii. 497.

Brabancia (Brabant), duchy of, 133; ii. 330, 471, 937.

-, duke of ii. 777; v. Charles, emperor.

Brabo, secretary Sancho, ii. 780.

Bracalon, Bracabalon, v. Baglione (Braccio).

Bracciano, a stronghold belonging to the Orsini, 809.

-, the ex-abbot of Farfa at, 13, 171, 193, 212.

-, siege of, by the papal troops under Ascanio and Sciarra Colonna, 610, 635, 657.

-, on the point of surrendering (August, 1530), 678, 701.

-, capitulates, but the "rocca" holds out, 684.

-, garrison of, making forays into the Campagna, 702.

-, all owing to Clement's shifting policy, and his wish to be on good terms with both parties, 705.

-, Orsino to be pardoned at the intercession of the French ambassador, and the "rocca" to be placed in the hands of Sir Gregory Casale for arbitration, 717, 872.

-, siege of, again entrusted to Giovan Paolo da Ceri, 750, 785, 809, 842.

Bradford, William, his correspondence of Charles V. quoted, 188, 292, 833; ii. 984.

Bragadino, Lorenzo, 454.

Brandenburg, Albert von, grand master of the Teutonic Order in Prussia, a heretic and a married man, 262.

-, -, in league against Ferdinand, ii. 475.

-, Frederic, ii. 296.

-, George, marquis of 46, 48.

-, John Albert, marquis of, cardinal archbishop of Mainz (151445), 334, 823; ii. 84, 4745.

-, -, pension to, 791, 7967.

-, -, report of his marriage, 531.

-, -, agent of, in London, 434, 4512

-, -, memorial of, 334, 823.

-, -, affairs of, at Rome, 823.

-, marchioness of, 145.

Brandon, Sir Charles, duke of Suffolk; on a mission to France to prevent, if possible, the meeting of the ladies at Cambray, 40, 1046.

-, -, back in London, 63, 69, 2356, 276, 296, 388, 416, 4201, 4278, 434.

-, -, having large possessions in France, 4201.

-, -, long absent from court, 535.

-, -, various causes assigned for his absence, and, among others, his having denounced to the king a criminal connection of Anne Boleyn, 535.

-, -, his conversation with the papal nuncio, 734.

-, -, with Cromwell at the king's table, 7989.

-, -, would, if he dared, oppose Henry's second marriage, ii. 177.

-, -, - as well as his duchess and Fitz William, the treasurer, ibid.

-, -, deputed with others to call on Katharine and persuade her to relinquish the title of queen, ii. 625, 629.

-, -, in the privy council, ii. 669, 699.

-, -, to leave for the conferences of Nice or Marseilles in company with George Boleyn (7 May 1533), ii. 700.

-, -, after the death of his duchess (Mary Tudor), marries again, ii. 788.

-, -, deputed to go to Katharine and have her removed, whether she will or not, to Fotheringay or Somersham (Dec. 1533), ii. 893.

-, -, -, his behaviour on the occasion, ibid.

-, -, and to Mary, the princess, on a similar errand, ii. 894.

-, -, lord H., created earl of Lincoln, ii. 366, 969.

Bravo, Sancho, imperial secretary at Naples, ii. 402, 780, 845, 835 note; v. Brabo.

Bredan, sieur de, v. Bourgogne.

Bregilles, Jean de, Margaret's equerry, 185; ii. 197.

Bremgarten in Switzerland, a second diet to be held in, ii. 202.

Brewer, Rev. J., quoted, 306, 676, 306, 696, 860; ii. 296.

Brian, Sir Francis, 460, 469.

-, -, on a mission to France, 5756.

-, -, returns, 710.

-, -, leaves again for that country (15th Oct. 1530), 762, 788.

-, -, back to England (20 Dec. 1530), 858; ii. 337.

-, -, to leave again for France, ii. 253, 523.

-, -, -, and to form part of Norfolk's embassy thither, ii. 647.

-, -, his protest at Bayonne in Henry's name, 337.

-, -, on a mission to France, ii. 512.

Brianturk, v. Tuke (Brian).

Briceo, Dr. Luis, at Salamanca, signs opinion of the university against the divorce, 841.

Bridewell, Henry's palace at, ii. 700.

-, the French ambassador (La Pommeraye) entertained at, 862.

-, -, apartments in, given to him, ibid.

Briefs, papal; one of advocation to Rome of the divorce suit urgently applied for by the imperial ambassadors, 161, 171.

-, -, at the same time exhorting Henry to lead a conjual life with Katharine, ibid.

-, -, and inhibiting all judges, ecclesiastical or civil in England, ibid.

-, -, obtained, 563, 651.

-, -, to be published in all the churches of Spain and Flanders, ibid.

-, -, one solicited from Clement by the English ambassadors, allowing the universities of Bologna and Padua to give opinion in the divorce case, 836.

-, -, to which the imperial ambassador at Venice (Nio) objects, ibid.

-, another forbidding the university of Paris to write in a body on the divorce question, urgently applied for by Mier Mai (June 1530), 563, 588.

-, -, a third to proceed with the cause during the vacations, 5889.

-, a reaggravory and formal interdict to be procured (Dec. 1530), 854.

-, -, a most outrageous measure, says Norfolk, considering that the king has always shown himself a dutiful son of the church, 832.

-, a second and more binding, forbidding Parliament, the primate of England, and all other authorities, civil or ecclesiastical, to take cognizance of the divorce case; applied for by the imperial ambassadors; obtained in January 1531, ii. 78.

-, forwarded to the papal nuncio to present it to Henry in case of need (12th Jan. 1531), ii. 1819.

-, -, a duplicate copy of. sent to King James, ii. 28.

-, -, of execution in Flanders, ii. 3445, 533.

-, a new one with censures, applied for by the Imperial ambassadors (Jan. 1532), ii. 370.

-, -, which Clement at first refuses to grant, ii. 462.

-, another to Henry respecting the revages of the Turk, ii. 378.

-, -, how received, ibid.

-, -, not to be attended to, unless the divorce suit be revoked to England, ii. 379.

-, monitory (exhortatorio); the papal nuncio (Borgho) puts it into Henry's hands, 459.

-, -, how received, 462.

-, -, duplicate of, lost, nobody knows how or where (July 1532), ii. 491.

-, another, declaratory of the first, urgently applied for by the imperial ambassadors, ii. 502.

- of separation (breve separatorio) cannot be made out until Clement's arrival at Bologna (Dec. 1532), ibid.

-, -, monitory, another to be prepared and sent, ii. 563.

-, one absolving those who were present at, or consented to, the sack of Rome, 101.

Brightelmoston (Brighton), 69.

Brindisi, taken by the Venetians, 192, 205.

-, imperial governor of, 364, 598, 602.

-, Venetians raise the siege of, 211, 300.

Brindisi, archbishop of, v. Alexander, Mota.

Briuon, Jean, sieur de Vilaines d'Humires, president of the regent's council in France; of Rouen, in Normandy; chancellor of Alenon, 103, 105, 108, 6223.

Brion, Bryon, small town of France, sieur de, v. Chabot.

Briones, v. Brion.

Britanny (Bretagne), 576.

-, two French ships captured by pirates on the coast of (May 1531), ii. 157.

-, Francis in (May 1532), ii. 444, 454, 496.

Brizene (Brixen), in Tyrol, 520.

Brown, Master, and Sir Anthony, grand squire (1527), to France for queen Eleanor's coronation (Dec. 1530), 854.

-, -, to the pope at Nice, ii. 199.

-, -, to form part of Norflok's embassy in, 1533, ii. 647.

-, father, prior of the Austin Friars in London, preaches a sermon on Easter day (1533), recommending his audience to offer prayers for the health of queen Anne, ii. 646.

-, -, designated to go to Denmark on a mission, ii. 818, 828.

Bruges (Bourges), in France, 561; ii. 766.

-, bishop of, v. Tournon.

-, in West Flanders, 96, 2367; ii. 9, 929, 9312.

Brum, Brun, v. Brown.

Brundusin, Brundusino, bishop, v. Aleander.

Brunswick, Ernest, duke of, 128.

-, -, arrears of pay owing to, 100, 186; ii. 157.

Brussels, Intr. i, 56; ii. 69.

-, rejoicings and carousals for the emperor's reception at (April 1531), ii.199.

-, letters dated at, 8, 9, 43, 83, 118, 173, 195, 61718, 638, 1177.

Bryant, Sir Francis, v. Brian.

Bucentaur, the Venetian state galley, 754.

Buckingham, duke of, 322 note, 323, v. Stafford.

Bucla (?), consistorial advocate; sent to Marseilles to discuss the divorce case (1533), 570; ii. 835.

Buda, in Hungary, the country about over-run by the Turks, 161.

-, the city itself besieged, 197, 268, 284.

-, taken (October 1529), 284, 317, 379, 860.

-, Ferdinand lays siege to, 463.

-, news of the taking of, by Ferdinand's army, and of the vayvod and Gritti being made prisoners, reach Rome on the 19th Nov. 1530, 814, 829.

-, false report of its relief by the Turks, 848.

-, of its taking by Ferdinand, ii. 2.

-, -, who is said to have raised the siege of it, ii. 72.

-, -, and to have provisioned it again, ii. 351, 434, 491, 520.

-, letter dated at, 552.

Buda (?), Il, consistorial advocate at Rome, (1530), 570; v. Bucla.

Budvicio, v. Budweis.

Budweiss, in Bohemia, a new diet of the Bohemians to be held at (1529), 120, 124, 444; ii. 122, 126.

-, letters dated at, 73, 691.

Buelna, count of, v. Nio (Pedro).

Bugatti, Gasparo, Italian historian, quoted, 321 note.

Bugden (Buckden), in Huntingdonshire, queen Katharine at, ii. 292.

Bugia, on the coast of Africa, ii. 83.

Buonaccorsi, Giuliano, Florentine merchant, 375, 522, 575.

Buondelmonte, Benedetto, gonfalonicre at Florence, ii. 209.

-, Philippo, ii. 209.

Buren, count of, v. Egmont.

Burgain, v. Burgoyne.

Burgo, Andrea del, count de Castil Leone Austrian ambassador to Clement, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 1112, 19, 44, 60, 80, 82, 120, 1367, 13940, 1535, 161, 202, 218, 251, 530, 611.

-, -, not present at the Church service in Rome to celebrate the peace [of Cambray], owing to a question of precedence between him and the ambassadors of France and England, 212.

-, -, ill with the gout, 355.

-, -, in Bologna for the emperor's coronation, 474.

-, -, helps Mai and the rest of the imperial ambassadors, 70, 73, 75, 84, 173, 192, 309, 335, 4723, 4778, 480, 606, 732, 740, 763, 806, 821, 823, 825.

-, -, as proctor of queen Katharine presents a petition to Clement, 737.

-, -, tries to obtain from Clement a subsidy towards the expenses of the Turkish was, 781.

-, -, returns to Rome after a short absence (June 1530), 868.

-, -, helps Mai and Muxetula, ii. 845, 89, 125, 130, 164, 186, 191, 1936, 342, 539.

-, -, dangerously ill, ii. 504.

-, -, the countess, his wife, 530.

-, -, letters to the Emperor, 77, 193, 2323, 4356, 4378.

Burgos, capital of Castille, 97, 433, 479, 742; ii. 31, 40, 116.

-, the plague raging at, 713.

-, convent of St. Francis at, 882.

-, bishop cardinal of, v. Mendoza.

-, letters dated at, 571.

Burgoyne (Burgaveny), described by Chapuys as one of the most powerful and wisest lords in England, ii. 814; Int. ii. xxviii.

Burguen, Burguer, v. Berners, De Burghe, Burgaveny, and Neville.

Burgundy, to be restored to France, 126, 174, 279, 870.

-, proposals by Francis of a conference with the emperor at a town of, 485.

-, considered dangerous by Henry, who dissuades him from it, ibid.

-, house of, 427.

-, president of, v. Marmier.

Burjo, v. Borgho.

Buscet, Theodoro, captain at Naples, 365.

Buse (Busso, Busselengo), in Lombardy; letter dated at, 882.