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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Caballero, Blas, armourer at Valladolid, works a steel cap for king Ferdinand, 776; ii. 713.
Cabrera, Diego, confessor of Charles; presented to the see of Huesca, ii. 999.
Cabrero, Martin, high commander of Montesa, and viceroy of Sardinia, 880.
-, Juan, bishop of Huesca, 119; ii. 999.
-, another, Juan, the chamberlain, nephew of Martin, 881.
Cachadiablo, Algerine pirate, 321, 635.
-, -, slain in battle, 635.
Caetano, cardinal, v. V10.
Cafarello, Giovanni Pictro, a Roman, sent by the prince of Orange on a mission to Malatesta Baglione, 1923.
Cairo, in Egypt, ii. 333.
-, remains faithful during the revolt of Syria against Solyman, 184.
-, an attack on, proposed by the duke of Albany, ii. 234.
-, advices from, ii. 333.
Calabria, revolt in, 13, 456.
-, proposal of cardinal Colonna that the inhabitants of Barletta, Monopoli, Trani, and other towns in, be removed to the interior, and the places repeopled by Spaniards, 456.
-, duke of, v. Aragon.
Calais, in Picardy, Don Iigo de Mendoza detained at (1529), 94.
-, a deed on vellum, supposed to be a papal brief, seized at, ii. 41.
-, the master of the artillery sent for the purpose of inspecting its defences (Dec. 1530), 848.
-. letters from, to merchants and private people in England, opened and read by order of king Henry (Jan. 1531), ii. 41.
-, one packet, however, from Flanders, addressed to Chapuys, escapes detection, ibid.
-, meeting of Henry and Francis at, much talked of, ii. 253, 4945, 517, 524, 5301, 533, 535, 5434, 546, 557.
-, account of, forwarded by the imperial agents, ii. 5545.
-, one merchant from, and two English doctors to attend the conferences at Bourbourg, ii. 384.
-, (effected Oct. 1532), ii. 480, 494, 543.
-, said, by La Pommeraye to have been designed merely for their mutual defence against the Turk, ii. 533.
-, and principally for the sake of amusement and sport, ii. 619.
-, no foreign ambassadors admitted, ii. 581.
-, overtures of the imperial ambassadors respecting, ii. 734, 853.
-, Francis to be encouraged to take, from the English, provided he forsakes Henry's alliance, and helps to the execution of the papal sentence, ii. 853.
-, the staple (debit) of, ii. 754, 758, 7824.
-, trade of, stopped by Henry's order, 773.
-, Chapuys and Le Sauch dispute the measure in the privy council, 7745.
-, to be replaced on its original footing, ii. 859.
Calatayud, in Aragon, 880.
Calathabellota, in Sicily, count of, v. Luna.
Caltrava, military order of, permission to marry, granted to the knights of, 142, 161, 164, 180, 432.
-, high commander of, . Vazquez de Molina.
Calis (Cadiz), bishop of, v. Teodolo.
Calle (Cagli), in Tuscany, 864.
-, (Calli di Casale?), in the duchy of Urbino, 286, 289, 874.
-, letter dated at, 190.
Calvet, Calvete, Dr., inquisitor at Mallorea, 880.
Calzena (erroneoulsy printed Catzena), secretary to the catholic sovereigns, Ferdinand and Isabella, 880.
Camarata, in Naples, countess of, 644.
Camarino, Camerino, duchy of, claimed by Don Juan de Borja, 530, 662; ii. 55.
-, -, to be made to contribute towards the expenses of the Turkish war, 811.
-, -, described, ii. 390.
-, duchess of, . Cibo and Varana.
Cambray, town of Flanders, 754, 832.
-, Louise de Savoie and Margaret of Austria meet at, for the purpose of negociating a peace, 41, 64, 80, 85, 97, 1029, 141, 143, 153, 199.
-, Clement complains of the secrecy observed respecting the negociations for the peace of, 74.
-, Henry wishes to become one of the contracting parties, 97.
-, peace of, proclaimed in the cathedral church (5 Aug. 1529), 162, 173, 181, 207.
-, variously spoken of in France and elsewhere, 241.
-, alluded, 37, 39, 42, 62, 64, 85, 1989, 230, 237, 245, 2767, 279, 294, 419, 439, 459, 560, 851; ii. 10, 3013, 31112, 313, 343, 732, 825, 836, 845, 847, 853, 870.
-, ratified, 276, 279, 306, 337, 354, 411, 413, 462, 469, 517, 522, 531.
-, solemnized in London with great rejoicings (Sept. 1529), 197.
-, -, and at Rome, 1989.
-, swearing of the peace of, at Bologna, 387, 390, 423.
-, objections raised by Francis to the peace of, 4278.
-, Henry asks that the divorce suit be transferred to, and there decided by impartial judges, 245, 337, 367, 419.
-, the emperor consulted by Clement thereupon, ii. 832.
-, cannot return a categorical answer unless he communicates with the queen first, ibid.
-, Francis about to submit to his Parliament the question of whether he can, or not, legally ratify it, 676.
-, -, modification of, expected, ibid.
-, -, very much urged by Francis, 732.
-, news-letters form, 76, 102.
-, advices from, 1723, 177.
-, report of an interview of Francis and Charles to take place at, 754.
-, bishop of, v. Croy.
-, dean of (Aug. 1529), 162.
Cambridge, university of, Dr. Fox and another ecclesiastic sent to the, to procure the doctors' seals in favour of the divorce, 467, 5089, 5689.
-, -, great row and fight at, in which six students remained dead on the field, 476.
Camerino, duchy of, v. Camarino.
Camonibus, Johannes de, ii. 209.
Campagna di Roma, 48.
-, forays into the, by Napoleone Orsino and his party, 701, 705.
Campania, v. Campagna di Roma.
Campanil, officer in the kingdom of Naples, 365.
Champanus, Franciscus, (Francesco Campana da Colle,) secretary at Florence, ii. 147, 284.
-, -, letter countersigned by, 713.
Campeggio, Lorenzo, bishop of Salisbury, and cardinal, protector of Germany, and papal legate to Charles; of the Legatine court in England, 7, 10, 12, 14, 1956, 266, 382, 433, 507, 556, 565, 619, 631, 636, 640, 759, 887.
-, -, receives a letter from Clement touching the divorce suit, 155.
-, -, reports, 195.
-, -, has, according to Mai, behaved badly in the queen's business, 1589.
-, -, wishes to quit London immediately after the inhibition brief, 214.
-, -, receives through Chapuys a kind message from Katharine, 2345.
-, -, sees the king at court, 196, 257.
-, -, is visited by Chapuys, who thanks him in Katharine's name for his exertions, 273.
-, -, obtains permission from the king for Wolsey to present himself at court, 235, 257, 266.
-, -, -, and accompanies him thither, 2723.
-, -, not allowed to take leave of the queen before his departure, ibid.
-, -, assures Chapuys that wherever the divorce case be tried, in England or in Rome, the Queen's marriage will be declared legitimate and indissoluble, ibid.
-, -, expected back in Rome together with Ghinucci, 292.
-, -, prepares an answer to the memorandum of the Lutheran princes, 641, 644.
-, -, arrives, (Nov. 1529) 361.
-, -, appointed papal legate to Charles in Germany, 669, 720, 728.
-, -, Clement to act upon his report, 616.
-, -, said to have destroyed a letter from Clement to Henry assuring him of his determination to decide the divorce case in his favour, 759.
-, -, -, for fear of its falling into the emperor's hands, ibid.
-, -, the revenues of his see (Salisbury) sequestered, and the protectorate of England at Rome taken away from him, ii. 2056.
-, -, the see of Huesca offered to, by Charles as a compensation for his losses, 866; ii. 999.
-, -, -, also that of Mallorca, ii. 999.
-, -, back in Rome form his legacy in Germany, ii. 708, 806.
-, Marco Antonio, nephew of Loreno, ii. 999.
Campo Fragoso, Janus, 36.
Cancelliera, name of a party at Pistoia, opposed to the Panciatichi, 574.
Candia, island of, 543, ii. 518.
Cannara, in the Perugino, 201.
Canossa, count Lodovico di, bishop of Bayeux, French ambassador in Venice (1528), ii. 9.
Cans (Khans?), in Persia, 543.
Cantelmo, Cesare, Neapolitan refugee, accompanies Rincon to Constantinople, ii. 421.
-, -, a great friend of count Guido, ibid.
-, -, appointed gentleman of the chamber to Francis, ibid.
-, church of, ii. 253.
-, -, more valuable in Henry's eyes than that of Rome to the people across the sea, 386.
-, archbishops of, v. Warham and Cranmer.
-, chancellor of, v. Cox.
-, prothonotary of, 763, 821.
-, papal bulls for the archbishop of, applied for, 625.
-, -, on the arrival of which Henry will proceed to his marriage with Anne Boleyn, ibid.
-, priest of, present at Henry's marriage with Anne, ii. 608.
-, had Clement delayed the bulls of, till after the sentence much harm might have been spared, 623.
-, -, immediately after their arrival Henry will let Clement know what he is about, ii. 599.
Capello, Carlo, Venetian ambassador in London (153133), Int. vii; ii. 513, 812, 993.
-, -, appointed to succeed Faliero (Jan. 1531), ii. 993.
-, -, arrival of, in London (9 Nov. 1531), ii. 513, 993.
-, -, present at a conference of Chapuys with La Pommeraye, ii. 550.
-, -, to intercede with the Signory for the relief of Coron, ii. 634.
Capino, Cappino, gentleman in waiting to the duke of Mantua, 718.
Capisucci, Cappisuccis, Paolo, auditor at Rome, Intr. xxiv., 5; ii. 108, 206, 589, 633, 659, 744, 763, 768, 806.
-, -, to intimate the papal sentence to Henry, 766, 768.
Capitolio, the "conservatori" of Rome, to meet in, 14.
Capoa, Capua, Ferrante di, duke of Termoli (Termini), 364.
-, Isabella di, marries Ferrante Gonzaga, 666.
-, archbishop of, v. Schomberg.
Cappel, monastery of, in Switzerland; battle fought at, between the five Catholic cantons of Switzerland and the Lutherans (1531), ii. 282, 31112.
-, -, Zwinglius slain at, ibid.
Capponi, Nicolo, gonfaloniere of Florence, deposed, 16, 167, 188, 377, 633.
Caps, French, the introduction of, in England, forbidden by an order of the privy council, 355, 369.
-, -, remonstrance of the French ambassador respecting that fiscal measure and others, 355.
Caracciolo (Gian, Giovan), prince of Melfi, one of the Neapolitan "fuorusciti," Brian intercedes for, 314.
-, -, his estate in Naples confiscated and sold, 717, 911, 963.
-, -, servant of, at the court of France, ii. 471.
-, Prothonotary Marino, grand chancellor for the duchy of Milan, Int. xix.; 30, 32, 89, 112, 142, 207, 454, 571, 603, 786.
-, -, sent to Mantua to treat with the marquis, 65, 80, 83, 85, 180.
-, -, appointed to Venice, 199, 204.
-, -, -, and to Cremona, to treat with Sforza, 210.
-, -, -, terms offered to the latter rejected, 213, 217.
-, -, ordered again to Venice, 488.
-, -, returns therefrom, 492, 496.
-, -, again extraordinary ambassador to the Signory, 496, 5023, 542.
-, -, ill at Milan, 698, 755.
-, -, negociating with the Swiss Catholics, ii. 19, 23, 311, 662, 6645, 762, 828.
-, -, the emperor's instructions to, 53, 82, 281.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 2889.
-, -, letters to, whilst at Milan, 1160.
-, -, instructions to, for his mission to Mantua, 53.
-, -, -, to Venice, 281.
Carachulo, v. Caracciolo.
Caraffa, Giovan Pietro, bishop of Chieti, in the Abruzzo, 503, 571 note, 697, 973, 980.
Carasa (?), gentleman of the chamber to the king of France, takes a message to Spain, ii. 516, 697.
Carbon, postmaster at Naples, ii. 260.
Carbonell, Francisco, a banker of Naples, 365.
-, -, loan made by, 540, 568.
Cardinals, in May 1529, preparing to leave Rome in the event of Clement's death, and proceed elsewhere to the election of a new pope, 43.
-, -, for fear of the imperial army at Naples, 44.
-, three (Medici, Santacroce, and Farnese,) appointed to receive Charles at Genoa, 143, 147, 152, 239, 553.
-, of the French party, 603.
-, of the imperial, 606.
-, congregation or meeting of, at Bologna, for the purpose of finding means to repel the threatening Turkish invasion, 6745.
-, -, not attended by Mai or Burgo, ibid.
-, -, generally averse to the meeting of the general council, though having voted for it, 843.
-, Clement's excuses for not creating all the, proposed by Charles (Dec. 1530), 850.
-, second congregation of, held in February 1531, for the same purpose as the first, ii. 77.
-, hats applied for, in the Emperor's name (for Seville, Santiago, Monaco, and Capua), 683, 787; ii. 95.
-, so numerous in May 1531 that Clement thinks of issuing a decretal enjoining that three days after the death of a pope a conclave should be held, ii. 165, 909.
-, -, third congregation of, at Rome, in Dec. 1531, to propose means for the defence of Christendom against the Turk, ii. 347.
-, -, which all foreign ambassadors attend, except the French and Ferrarese, ibid.
-, two French, (Grammont and Tournon) sent to Rome by Francis to promote the divorce suit, and ask for judges out of the papal court to sentence the case, ii. 5545, 564, 6456.
-, nothing to be attempted in the meantime during Clement and Charles's interview at Bologna, ibid.
-, French, in Rome, try to have Henry's marriage invalidated, 836.
-, offer in Henry's name that the papal mandate will be obeyed, provided the trial of the divorce case be transferred to Cambray, or some place out of Rome, 836.
-, bills of exchange to the value of 30,000 cr. remitted by Henry to Rome to be spent in bribes to the, ii. 566.
-, hats applied for by Francis in 1531, 850.
-, -, as well as by Charles, ii. 95.
-, sacred college of, 147, 167, 198, 452, 683, 741, 814, 816, 836, 847, 850.
-, consistory of, ii. 3268.
Cardona, Hernando de, high constable of Aragon, present at Barcelona for the ratification of the treaty between Clement and Charles, 116.
-, Luis de, cardinal archbishop of Tarragona, 1213; ii. 33.
Cardona, Ramon de, viceroy of Naples (1509), alluded, ii. 351.
Carducci, Baldassare, Florentine ambassador to France, 46, 522, 574, 652; ii. 975.
-, -, letter of, to the Dieci, 383; intercepted, 681.
-, , Florentine consul in England, 3756, 522, 617, 652, 674.
-, -, -, becomes bankrupt, 691.
-, Francesco, gonfaloniere of Florence (1529), 377 note.
Carew, Sir Nicholas, grand squire or master of the horse, 190, 215, 239, 259, 470, 9723.
-, -, recommended by queen Katharine, 279.
-, -, to Bologna on a mission to the emperor (Oct. 1529), 257, 428; ii. 965.
-, -, back in London, and favourably disposed towards Katharine, 470, 514, 536, 587, 692.
-, -, to France for the coronation of queen Eleanor, 854.
-, -, Henry staying at a country house of, ii. 72.
-, -, in friendly communication with Chapuys, ii. 114.
-, -, with Henry and Anne Boleyn, at Windsor, ii. 198.
-, -, to start again for France (1st Oct. 1531), ii. 253, 524, 28, 536.
-, -, lady, niece of the duke of Norfolk, and wife of Sir Nicholas, 428.
Carlo III. duke of Savoy (150453), 10910, 151, 24041; ii. 963.
-, minister of finance to, taken prisoner by the French, 241.
-, at Bologna for the emperor's coronation, 471, 478.
-, he and the infanta, his wife, doing their duty to the emperor, 516.
-, -, and helping Dr. Ortiz, ii. 41, 46, 48.
-, afraid of the Swiss Lutherans, ii. 911.
-, cannot well defend his estate unless he is helped with money by the emperor and the rest of the Christian princes, 661.
-, promises to contribute to the expenses of the Turkish war, 795.
-, -, the payment of which he delays under various pretences, 811.
-, endeavouring to come to an agreement with the Swiss, 823; ii, 228, 290.
-, his differences with the count of Geneva, 315.
-, -, with the Swiss, ii. 46.
-, -, with France, ii. 321, 330.
-, requested to intercede for Katharine ii. 720.
-, his ambassadors at the imperial court, ii. 919.
-, secretary of, ii. 908.
Carmagnola, in Piedmont, ii. 782 note.
Carmel (?) 432.
Carmona, v. Cremona.
-, Fr. Alonso de, ii. 413.
Carne, Edw., excusator, v. Karne.
Carnisseca, a servant or secretary of Schomberg, the Capuan, ii. 828, 849, 868, 1000.
Carnizuza (?), one of the pope's secretaries, ii. 828.
Caro, v. Carew.
Carondelet, Claude de, bailli d' Amont, 11011, 2589; ii. 965.
-, Ferry de, archdeacon of Besanon, ii. 965.
-, Jean de, archbishop of Palermo, president of the council of the Low Countries, and cardinal, 37, 39; ii. 955.
-, agent of, at Marseilles (1533), ii. 829.
Carpi, county of, given in fief to Alfonso d' Este, on the occasion of his son (Ercole) being about to marry the emperor's daughter (Margaret), 132.
-, -, to be restored to its legitimate owner, count Alberto Pio, 582; v. Pio da Carpi.
-, count of, v. Pio (Alberto).
-, -, his family, ii. 828.
Carrone, Felice, marchese di San Thomaso, his "Tavole Genealogiche" quoted, ii. 964.
Carroz de Vilaragut, Luis, Spanish ambassador in England (150915), 881.
Cartagena, seaport town on the east coast of Spain, 34.
-, bishopric of, to be united to that of Orihuela or Murcia, 734, ii. 806.
Carvajal, v. Galindez de Carvajal.
Carvyane (?), 259.
Casal, Messire Jeronimo del (?), supposed to be the same as Sir Gregory Cassalis, ii. 554.
-, bishop of, v. Castellari.
-, Francesco da, younger brother of Sir Gregory, ii. 978, 987.
-, prothonotary Giovanni da, English ambassador in Venice, 52.
-, -, leaves for Milan (Apr. 1530), 521.
-, -, returns to Venice, 552.
-, -, much suspected by the imperialists, 615.
-, -, conversation with Rodrigo Nio about the divorce, 6546, 6578, 662.
-, -, Bracciano to be put in the hands of, pending arbitration, 717.
-, -, recommended for a cardinal's hat, though too young for it, 719, 789, 8445, 8467, ii. 7.
-, -, in correspondence with the agent of the vayvod, 736.
-, -, whom he is to represent at the conferences of Nice, ii. 807.
-, -, brings to England a proposal of marriage between Francesco Sforza and princess Mary, 830.
-, -, if successful to be rewarded by the duke with considerable estates in Milan, ibid.
-, -, leaves for England with all the signatures and seals he could procure in favour of the divorce, ii. 7.
-, -, writes to his brother (Sir Gregory) that the duke of Mantua has taken them all from him, ii. 10.
-, -, which report Mai believes to be untrue, for if the duke took any papers, it was only the opinions of the Mantnan doctors and canonists, ibid.
-, Cassalis, Sir Gregory de, English ambassador at Rome, 196, 249, 270, 356, 382, 389, 563, 647, 673; ii. 807.
-, -, reprimanded in a letter from Henry, 740.
-, -, -, which he answers, telling him many truths, 740.
-, -, promises to cardinal Trani an income of 10,000 ducats in England, if he only will take up Henry's cause at Rome, 741.
-, -, goes to Bologna to fetch his wife, 779.
-, -, cousin of (Paolo), in London, ii. 80.
-, -, about to leave Rome for England, ii. 525.
-, -, or for Calais to attend the conferences (Oct. 1532), ii. 530.
-, -, letter to his brother John, the prothonotary (Dec. 1531), 878.
-, -, accused by Anne Boleyn of having been the cause of the non-success of the divorce suit, ii. 554.
-, -, sent back to Rome post-haste to prevent any decision of the case before the arrival of the French cardinals, ii. 555.
-, Paolo da, brother of Sir Gregory, papal nuncio in England, appointed (Oct. 1529), 270, 301; ii. 969, 978, 987.
-, -, arrival of, in London (Dec. 1529), 353, 3556, 3812, 388.
-, -, secretary of, a Florentine, takes a message to Chapuys, 381.
-, -, bishopric of Belluno given to, ii. 970.
-, Raphaele da, a Bolognese, cousin of Sir Gregory, employed by Henry, 578, 6734; ii. 80, 978, 987.
-, Vincenzo, ii. 978, 987.
Casal, Maggiore, in the Cremonese, 309.
-, -, letter dated at, 197.
Cassano, in Lombardy, 35.
Cassel, provost of, v. Theimseke.
Castaldo, Gio. Battista, Italian captain in the imperial service, 206, 318, 529.
-, -, servant of, bearer of despatches, 584.
Castelalto, captain or governor of Trent, 124; ii. 778, 791.
Castel Beltran, abbacy of, 208.
Castelfranco, in Lombardy (?), 310, 485, 585.
Castellamare (Castel a mare di Stabia), in Naples, bishop of, v. Centellas.
Castellari, Bernardino, bishop of Casale, 594.
Castel, Castil-Leone, in the Milanese; count of, v. Burgo.
-, di Piero, ii. 991.
Castell San Giovanni, 188 note.
-, letter dated at, 136.
Castelnau, Franois de, bishop of Narbonne (15027); of Aux (150738) papal legate at Avignon and cardinal, (d. 1540), 845 note.
Castiglione, family at Milan, one of the, assassinated, ii. 817.
-, count of, v. Castil Leone.
-, Baldassare, papal nuncio in Spain (15289), ii. 236.
Castilla, 135, 528, 537, 728.
-, the nobility of, discontented at Charles's long absence from that kingdom, 551.
-, cardinal, protector of, at Rome, v. Colonna.
-, admiral of, v. Enriquez.
Castillejo, Christobal de, one of king Ferdinand's secretaries, Int. xx., viii.; 100, 124, 265, 308, 314, 771; ii. 957.
-, -, letters to, from Martin de Salinas, 1087.
-, -, letters of, to Micer Andrea del Burgo, 58, 73.
-, Pedro de, nephew of Christobal, and secretary in Spain, ii. 714.
Castil Leone, count of, title given by Ferdinand to Andrea de Burgo, his ambassador in Rome, 585, 675 note.
-, countess of, 585.
Castrioto, Alfonso, marquis de la Tripalda; Camilla, his sister, married to Luigi Gonzaga, ii. 968.
Castro, Pedro de, one of Ferdinand's secretaries, Int. xxviii.; 124, 776; ii. 780.
-, y Pins, D. Alonso de S, bishop of Huesca, ii. 999.
-, Ramon, viscount of Evol, ii. 980, 999.
Catalina, once a slave to queen Katharine, 885.
Catalonia, principality of, 185, 377, 792.
-, the imperial fleet of 29 sail ordered to the coast of, 523, 528.
-, viceroy of, v. Portugal.
Catania, in Sicily, bishopric of, vacant, 561, 867.
Catarina, Caterina, Clement's niece, v. Medici.
Cavalleria, D. Francisco de, murdered at Saragossa, 686.
-, D. Sancho de la, arrives in Rome, 822; ii. 10.
Cazaza, in Africa, ii. 916.
Cenete, marquis de, v. Nassau.
Centellas (Centelles), Hieronimo, bishop of Castellamare, a Spaniard, appointed papal nuncio to Austria, 5, 59.
-, -, resigns, 60.
-, -, in Rome, consulted by Mai, 178, 609, 648, 670, 679; ii. 831 note.
Centurione, Domenico, Clement's chamberlain, 14; ii. 249.
-, -, sent on a mission to the emperor, 502; ii. 8468.
-, -, to king Francis, 661, 682; ii. 912.
-, Simon, banker at Rome, ii. 115.
Cephalonia, Venetian captain general in, ii. 521.
Cerbellon, Felipe, in Rome, 827.
-, -, his son presented to the abbacy of Castel Beltran, 192, 208.
Ceri, Giovan Paolo da, son of Lorenzo, prisoner of war, 48.
-, -, released, and going to France with his father Renzo, 526, 546.
-, -, said to be arming in favour of the Florentines, 562, 573, 575, 602; ii. 470, 850.
-, -, taken prisoner at Gavignana (1530), 680.
-, -, insolence of, at Rome, 71718, 732.
-, -, his services solicited by the duke of Albany (Stuart), 8067.
-, -, the siege of Bracciano entrusted to (Oct. 1530), 750.
-, -, suddenly in Clement's favour, owing to his being in possession of certain secrets of the duke of Ferrara (Alfonso), ibid.
-, -, concerned in the attack upon the Portuguese embassy, 871; ii. 470, 850.
-, -, in communication with Mai, ii. 521.
-, -, some engagement to be taken with, before the French secure his services, ii. 540.
-, Reno da, or Loreno Orsino da, condottiere, in the pay of the Venetians, 40, 48, 195, 199, 240, 314, 328, 363, 365, 546, 562, 603, 615, 680, 685; ii. 334, 338, 455.
-, -, going to France with his son, 526, 6367, 873.
-, -, secretary of, accompanies Giorgio Gritti to Constantinople, ii. 334, 850.
-, -, in Padua, 573.
-, -, expected in Venice, ii. 521.
Certosa, La, Carthusian convent, near Bologna, 321.
Cervia, in Romagna, seized by the Venetians, 16, 21, 49, 166.
-, to be restored, 126, 267, 699.
Cervian (?), master of a galley captured by Andrea Doria on the coast of France, 36.
Cesarino, cardinal Alessandro, protector of Aragon, 2, 1213, 61, 119, 153, 181, 194, 708, 806, 810, 849, 875; ii. 115, 958.
-, -, cousin of, at Rome, in favour of the imperialists, ii. 138.
-, -, recommended to the emperor, ii. 206.
-, -, deputed for the Emperor's reception at Bologna, ii. 515, 563.
-, -, not going to the conferences of Marseilles, ii. 806.
Cesenna (Romagna), 289; ii. 561.
Cesi, cardinal Frederico, 45; ii. 542.
Chabot, Philippe de, sieur de Brion, admiral of France, 2426, 2445, 284, 328, 356; ii. 330, 384, 420, 454, 867.
-, -, at Piacenza, for the ratification of the peace of Cambray, 311.
-, -, negociating, 31215.
-, -, at Bayonne, for the delivery of the sons of France, 620.
-, -, much commended by Norfolk, ii. 582.
-, -, brother or near relative of, recommended for a cardinal's hat, ii. 851.
-, -, supposed to be in favour of Clement's overtures about Calais, ii. 853.
Chalayn, Mr. de, a pension to, ii. 395, 575.
Chalex (Chablaix?), abbot of, arrives in London for the purpose of visiting the monasteries and convents of his order, ii. 225, 989.
Chalon, Philibert de, prince of Orange, viceroy of Naples, Intr. v.; 17, 19, 35, 39, 48, 63, 65, 83, 11214, 118, 123, 128, 150, 179, 206, 250, 288, 501, 6778; ii. 962.
-, -, appointed to the command of the imperial army against Florence, 30.
-, -, instructions to, 10.
-, -, arrives at Rome and holds a conference with Clement, 141, 144, 146, 150.
-, -, receives orders from the Emperor to besiege Florence, 163, 1668.
-, -, leaves for the camp (Aug. 1529), 168, 172, 1769, 184.
-, -, at Foligno, about to attack Spelle, 1912, 195.
-, -, at Canuara, eight miles from Perugia, 2012, 208.
-, -, Spelle, in Umbria, taken by his troops, 211.
-, Cortona capitulates with, 219.
-, -, marching on Florence, 240, 2802. 309, 868.
-, -, his differences with Vasto settled, 523, 525.
-, -, lays siege to Florence, 501, 5401, 546, 549, 562, 566, 569, 583, 592, 596, 603, 6089, 642.
-, -, pension granted to, 525.
-, -, defeats the Pisans and Florentines at Gavinana (3rd Aug.), 679.
-, -, is slain in the encounter, 679, 694, 812, 8712; ii. 979.
-, -, no funerals to be performed for him at Rome, 681.
-, -, letter to the Emperor, 233.
Chamberi, in Savoy, 61, 84.
-, the earl of Wiltshire (Sir Thomas Boleyn) at, ii. 228.
Chamberlains, papal, one (Camarlengo) passing through Mantua with a cardinal's hat for the bishop of Trent (Clesi), 485.
-, -, to the emperor, v. Nassau and Cueva.
-, -, high lord, to Henry, v. Sandys.
Chancellor, High, to Henry VIII., v. More and Audeley.
-, -, to Francis I., v. Prat.
-, -, to Charles V., v. Gattinara.
Chancery, French, 425.
-, court at Valladolid, president of, v. Gonzalez Manso.
Chanonette, Claude, ambassador of Antoine, duke of Lorraine, to the emperor, 99, 111 note.
Chantilly, a fine estate belonging to the grand master of France (Montmorency); Francis and his mother Louise, at, 102, 107.
Chantrain, knight commander; Englishmen residing at the house of, in Louvain (?), ii. 471.
Chapuys (Chappuys), Eustace, imperial ambassador in England (152933), notice of, Int. v., vi., xviii., xxi.; 456, 115, 2789.
-, -, formerly in the service of Bourbon, 805.
-, -, credentials to, 54, 55, 117, 120.
-, -, on an embassy to the duke of Savoy, 10910, 174.
-, -, to the duchess of Lorraine, 174.
-, -, meets Don Iigo de Mendoza at Antwerp, and holds a conference with him respecting English affairs, ibid.
-, -, arrival of, in London, 189.
-, -, has audience of the king at Grafton, 213, 220.
-, -, explains his mission in French, as he knows no Latin, 221, 22231.
-, -, asks and obtains permission to see queen Katharine, 214.
-, -, is conducted by Sir John Russel to her apartments, 214, 232.
-, -, advised by her to call on Campeggio before his departure for Rome, but not on Wolsey, 214, 232.
-, -, nor on the dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, 278.
-, -, as the Cardinal's affairs are very low, and it is not yet decided who will succeed him, 214, 232, 278.
-, -, corresponds secretly with her by means of her physician and other officers of her household, 189, 220, 305, 365, 513; ii. 197, 817.
-, -, strongly recommended by Margaret to try persuasion and bribery, 332.
-, -, at Henry's table (Dec. 1529), 348.
-, -, holds conferences with Norfolk, 355.
-, -, warned by Lachaulx and Des Barres, in Brussels, that on his arrival in London he will be confined to prison, 383.
-, -, his conferences with the king and Norfolk on general politics, and the Turkish war, 302, 33742, 35561.
-, -, on the Lutherans, the Council, and the affairs of Germany, ii. 74, 85, 617.
-, -, on the divorce with king Henry himself, 415, 5047.
-, -, and with the duke of Norfolk, 417, 6234.
-, -, (1530) visits Katharine again, accompanied by the earl of Wiltshire (Jan.), 419.
-, -, accused by Henry of spreading false reports about him, 464.
-, -, and of writing to the Emperor, and to his ambassadors at Rome what was not true, ibid.
-, -, which accusation is reproduced by Norfolk, who warns him to be more cautious in future, 466, 580.
-, -, has a second audience from the king at Windsor, in April 1530, 504.
-, -, receives secret messages from Katharine, 689.
-, -, whose letters to pope and emperor pass mostly through his hands, ii. 113.
-, -, residing one league out of London on account of the plague (sweating sickness,) having broken out at his lodgings, and carried off his chaplain, 7078, 788.
-, -, servant of, returning to London with despatches from Rome (Oct.), 741.
-, -, precautions taken by Mai to ensure their safe delivery, ibid.
-, -, has again audience of the king at Greenwich (12th Nov.), at which German politics, the general council, and the divorce are discussed, 798.
-, -, Anne Boleyn overhearing the whole conversation from an adjoining gallery, 803.
-, -, suggests that the opinions of the universities against the divorce be printed and published, as well as the list of the doctors who voted for the queen, 818.
-, -, sends to Charles, Fisher's treatises against the divorce, 847.
-, -, and applies to Rome for copies of every paper written in favor of the same, 847.
-, -, communicates with Katharine in writing, ii. 3, 8, 10.
-, -, to Greenwich to present queen Mary's letter, ii. 12.
-, -, is graciously received by Henry, and obtains permission to call on the queen, ii. 14.
-, -, calls and tells her the way of defeating any motion made in Parliament, ii. 15.
-, -, fancies that Henry is likely to stop in his rash and disorderly career, ii. 16, 33.
-, -, which opinion Katharine does not share, ibid.
-, -, instructed to appeal and protest in Katharine's name, ii. 18.
-, -, has again audience from Henry, ii. 43.
-, -, and visits Katharine in Feb. 1531, ii. 69.
-, -, highly commended by her to the emperor, ii. 113.
-, -, sends one of his secretaries to Calais to report on the conferences, ii. 5468, 551.
-, -, has a long audience from Henry (15th March 1531), and discusses at length general politics, the council, and the divorce case, ii. 6204.
-, -, again in April, ii. 635, 640.
-, -, warned not to present to Henry apostolic letters of any sort if he values his life. ii. 667.
-, -, writes to Henry and protests against the divorce suit being tried and sentenced in England (5th May 1533), ii. 668.
-, -, summoned before the Privy Council to explain, ii. 669.
-, -, debates with the earl of Wiltshire and the rest, and exhibits his powers, ii. 6712.
-, -, informs Mary of Hungary of the probability of a truce being made between England and Scotland (May 1533), that she may, in the event of it, safeguard the interests of the Flemish in the fisheries, ii. 690.
-, -, asked by Henry to persuade Katharine to obtemperate to Cranmer's sentence; refuses, ii. 719.
-, -, recommends the sending of an extraordinary embassy, together with a sort of manifesto from the Spanish grandees, ii. 658, 721.
-, -, in frequent communication with Katharine, 327, 689; ii. 3, 8, 10; ii. 69, 463, 7189, 83940.
-, -,and with the Princess Mary, ii. 83940.
-, -, in close relation with the papalnuncio (Borgho), 275, 508, 537, 580; ii. 680, 721, 868.
-, -, corresponds with Granvelle, ii. 277.
-, -, with Mai, Ortiz, and Cifuentes at Rome, ii. 71, 230.
-, -, holds frequent conferences with Cromwell, ii. 74960.
-, -, again before the King and his privy councillors for the regulation of the trade between England and the Low Countries, ii. 796.
-, -, protests against the title of princess of Wales being given to Elizabeth, ii. 799, 823.
-, -, his hotel in London partly consumed by fire, ii. 819.
-, -, draws out a protest for Mary, ii. 822, 881.
-, -, is promised another audience of the king, ii. 865.
-, -, which is postponed until the receipt of news from Marseilles, ii. 866.
-, -, his conferences with Norfolk, v. Howard.
-, -, with Cromwell, ii. 723, 73940, 756, 7589; v. Cromwell.
-, -, with Mr. du Bellay, 38791.
-, -, with Gioachino da Passano, 2545, 368.
-, -, with La Pommeraye and La Guiche, ii. 513, 525, 5335, 550.
-, -, his secretaries, ii. 2, 189, 220, 257, 286, 292, 296, 557, 7856, 797; ii. 2, 257, 420, 555, 817, 841, 860; v. Montoya.
-, -, letters to the emperor, (1529) 117, 132, 135, 182, 194, 211, 216, 224, 228, 232, 241; (1530) 247, 249, 250, 252, 255, 265, 270, 290, 302, 345, 354, 366, 373, 396, 411, 4212, 425, 433, 445, 460, 481, 492, 509, 522, 539, 547, 549, 555.
-, -, (1531), 584, 590, 598, 615, 619, 635, 641, 646, 648, 664, 683, 7201, 739, 753, 765, 775, 778, 786, 788, 796, 8012, 805, 808, 814, 818, 838, 853, 865.
-, -, (1532), 880, 883, 888, 8978, 899, 907, 915, 926, 934, 943, 948, 9512, 954, 957, 962, 968, 980, 986, 993, 995, 1003, 1008, 1024, 1030, 1033.
-, -, (1533), 1041, 1043, 1047, 1053, 10558, 10613, 10723, 1076, 1081, 1091, 11078, 1117, 11234, 1127, 1130, 11323, 1137, 1144, 1149, 11534, 11578, 1161, 11645.
-, -, -, to Margaret of the Low Countries, 118, 136, 1523, 168.
-, -, -, to Mr. de Granvelle, 291, 972.
-, -, -, to Dr. Ortiz, at Rome, 936.
-, -, -, to the high commander (Cobos), 866, 899, 922, 1026, 1155.
Chappuys, Jean de, secretary to the duke of Burgundy, Int. vi.
Charles V., emperor, decides to visit Italy, 15, 20, 33.
-, -, sails from Barcelona on the 27th July (1529), Intr. ii.; 15, 21, 105.
-, -, touches at the island of Yres, 162.
-, -, lands at Villafranca di Nizza, 166, 401.
-, -, goes to Genoa, 166.
-, -, preparations for his coronation, 168.
-, -, which is to take place at Bologna instead of Rome, as at first intended, 183, 201.
-, -, requested by the pope to take the oath for Parma and Piacenza, 197.
-, -, at Piacenza from the 6th of Sept. to the 26th of Oct. 1529; 208, 210, 213, 217, 249.
-, -, advised from Rome to be very careful about his cooks, and have his food tasted every day, 218.
-, -, leaves for Bologna, 311, 335.
-, -, political views of, as explained in a long holograph letter to his brother Ferdinand, 396409.
-, -, his reasons for leaving Spain, visiting Italy and Germany, and reinstating Sforza, 4003.
-, -, owns that all his embarrassments proceed from want of money, 403.
-, -, his coronation, 456.
-, -, -, as king of Lombardy on the 22nd of February, and as emperor on the 24th (1530), 472.
-, -, prepares to go to Germany, 477.
-, -, at Mantua, with the marquis, after duke of, from the 25th of March to the 20th of April 1530; 481, 484, 494.
-, -, account of his arrival there and reception by the duke, 484, 493.
-, -, leaves for Trent, 495.
-, -, his arrival and reception in that city (April), 519.
-, -, at Innsbruck (4th May), 528.
-, -, in Germany, 531.
-, -, at Augsburg, attending the second diet (15th June), 611.
-, -, back to the Netherlands, 782, 801, 811; ii. 3, 6.
-, -, preparing to visit Italy, ii. 38.
-, -, at Aix-la-Chapelle, for his brother's coronation as king of the Romans (10th Jan. 1531); ii. 423.
-, -, his Spanish subjects discontented at his protracted absence, ii. 112.
-, -, represented by Grammont as shut up in Flanders, and unable to return to Spain (June 1531), ii. 180, 184.
-, -, rumours of his going thither in June 1531, leaving Lutherans and Papists to fight their own quarrels in Germany, ii. 202.
-, -, falls from his horse whilst hunting, ii. 449, 450.
-, -, recovers, ii. 4745.
-, -, account of his treatment by Dr. Escoriaza, his chief physician, 953.
-, -, at Bologna, for the second time (Feb. 1533), ii. 544, 561.
-, -,consulted by Clement upon the project of marriage between princess Mary and Henry earl of Surrey, ii. 735.
-, -, his reception at Bologna discussed in consistory, ii. 563.
-, -, two cardinals, Cesarini and Grimano, deputed to go out and meet him, ibid.
-, -, instructions to the prince of Orange in 1529; 10.
-, -, -, to Leyva, Caracciolo and the marquis of Mantua, 53, 159, 682.
-, -, -, to his ambassadors at Rome in 1533, ii. 721.
-, -, letters to king Henry, 19.
-, -, to Katharine, 54, 55, 57, 120, 124.
-, -, to Wolsey, 18.
-, -, to Chapuys, 52, 169.
-, -, to pope Clement, 124, 367, 378, 480, 846.
-, -, to the College of Cardinals, 61.
-, -, to Margaret, 491, 586.
-, -, to the empress Isabella, 126, 268, 299, 329, 331, 348, 391, 443, 527, 617, 6501, 776, 807, 982, 1046, 1052, 1178.
-, -, to his sister Mary, 586.
-, -, to his brother Ferdinand, 245, 597, 711, 1172.
-, -, to the duke of Lorraine, 47.
-, -, to his ambassadors in France, 253, 264, 587, 677.
-, -, to his ambassadors at Rome (Prat and Mai), 63, 70, 139, 145, 148, 151, 156, 183, 199, 298, 360, 394, 434, 482, 566, 940.
-, -, to Mai and Merino, 183.
-, -, to Figueroa, at Genoa, 71.
-, -, to the earl of Desmond, 84.
-, -, to his grand chancellor Gattinara, 39, 130, 137.
-, -, to cardinal Colonna at Naples, 144, 362, 489, 966.
-, -, to Lope de Soria, at Venice, 146.
-, -, to the archbishop of Bari, 183, 184.
-, -, to cardinal Loaysa, 904, 923, 927.
-, -, to prothonotary Caracciolo, 406, 837, 1160.
-, -, to Nio, 478.
-, -, to Cueva, 479.
-, -, to Muxetula, 488, 556.
-, -, to Fonseca, 528.
-, -, to Ortiz, 638, 891, 956.
-, -, to cardinal Accolti, 674, 895.
-, -, to Padilla, 752, 793.
-, -, to the duke of Saxony, 1094.
-, -, to Cifuentes, 1122.
-, -, to Poupet de Lachaulx and secretary Des Barres, in France, 201.
-, -, to Luis Sarmiento in Portugal, 221.
- of France alluded, ii. 24.
- VIII. king of France, his arrival in Italy alluded, 38.
Charran, capt., a Biscayan; the widow and children of, recommended by Chapuys to the French ambassador, ii. 272.
Chartres, duchess of, 639; v. Renc de France.
Chasteaubrien (Chateaubriand), Mr. de, at Cambray with Louise de Savoie, 108.
Chastillon, Chtillon, sieur de, v. Coligny.
Chateao Brian (Chateaubriand), in dep. Loire Inferieure, France; king Francis and his court at, ii. 4545, 459.
Chaulx (Charles Poupet, seigneur de la), v. Lachaulx.
Chennets, sieur de, v. Dinteville (uillaume).
Cherri, Chierri, v. Ceri.
Chieti, Theati in the Abruzzo, bishop of, v. Medici.
Chiple, Chipre, v. Cyprus.
Church, patronage of the, 728.
-, reform of the, discussed in Henry's privy council (1530), 798.
Cheyne, Sir Thomas, gentleman of the privy chamber; king Henry staying at, ii. 253, 524.
Chiamarra, Chimarra, v. Cimarra.
Chiavenna, count, sent by Leyva to Germany to bring down a division of German lanskenets, 25.
Chieri, v. Ceri.
Chivizano, Pirro da, 6067; ii. 304, 316, 991.
Christiern II. king of Denmark (151323), dethroned by Frederic, duke of Holstein, ii. 818.
-, -, daughter of, v. Dorothea.
- III., son of Frederic I. king of Denmark and Norway (153359), called the new king; about to make an alliance with Charles, ii. 818.
Christierna (Christine), daughter of Christiern II.; to be married to Francesco Sforza, ii. 204, 962.
Cibacus, v. Gibacus.
Cibo, Caterina, daughter of Francesco, and widow of Giovan Maria Varana, duke of Camerino, 530 note.
-, [di Massa], Innocenzio, cardinal, 282 note, 585, 826, ii. 35, 683.
-, Francesco, natural son of Giovan Battista, count of Anguillara and Ferrentino, 530 note.
-, Giovan Battista, cardinal, and pope (Innocent VIII. 148492), 530 note.
-, Lorenzo, son of Francesco (?), 873.
Cifuentes, count de, v. Silva.
Cilicia, v. Sicily.
Cilly, Claude de, the marshal, 61, 123.
Cimarra (Cimara), the Albanians fortify, 611, 868; ii. 260.
Cinco Iglesias, Fnfkirchen or Five Churches, a village of Hungary, 50.
-, taken and destroyed by the Turks (1529), 169.
Cingolo Militare, institution of the, 777; ii. 982.
Cinque Ports, a fleet from Lubeck about to attack the Dutch anchored at, ii. 787.
Ciochi, Antonio, v. Monte.
Cipizzano, Pirro da, colonel of Italian infantry, ii. 316; v. Colonna and Chivizano.
Cisneros, imperial courier, 216.
Ciudad Real, town of La Mancha, in Spain, 776.
-, Rodrigo, in Extremadura, Spain, ii. 714.
-, -, bishop of, v. Maldonado.
Cividal di Belluno, bishop of, v. Barozzi and Casale.
Civitta Castellana, del. Viterbo, 282, 284.
- Vecchia, in the Roman states, 1316.
Clanricarde, earl of, v. Bourke and De Burghe.
Clarence, Henry's king-at-arms, sent to France for the purpose of inviting knights for a tournament to be held in London at Anne's coronation, 11th April 1533, ii. 643.
-, duke of, brother of Edward IV., ii. 813.
Clarmont, v. Clermont.
Clves, duke of, v. John III. and William.
Claude, de France, first wife of Francis I., 108.
Clement VII., pope, frequent relapses of his old complaint, 11, 1719, 43, 148, 153.
-, -, publicly insulted by the English ambassadors, 18.
-, -, described by Mai as sordid and low-minded, 20.
-, -, confesses to Muxetula that fear of the Madrid convention and its results made him absolve king Francis from his oath, 20.
-, -, negociations for the treaty of Barcelona, 21.
-, -, much afraid of Charles's visit to Italy, and above all of the General Council, 25.
-, -, much better of his usual complaint, and drinking mineral waters, 51.
-, -, rumours of his intended journey to Spain, 63, 69, 118.
-, -, discontented at not receiving news of the negociations at Cambray, 85.
-, -, not expected to live long, for he has taken the papal potion, 148.
-, -, promises his help against the Turk, and against the Lutherans, 1267.
-, -, issues bulls in favour of Charles and Ferdinand, but gives no money, 127.
-, -, wishing for the restoration of his family in Florence, but unable to provide funds for Chalon's expeditionary force, 144.
-, -, in bad health again, 137, 153; ii. 958.
-, -, to Bologna for the emperor's coronation, 218.
-, -, travelling by short stages, owing to his indifferent state of health, 283.
-, -, arrives (October 1529), 311, 314, 402.
-, -, his wavering politics in general, 260, 705.
-, -, Charles's opinion of, in a letter to his brother Ferdinand, 4045.
-, -, returns to Rome, 493.
-, -, (March 1530) asks the emperor what answer he is to give to the English ambassadors, 4801.
-, -, reported to have written to Henry that as long as the emperor's army remained in Italy he could not venture to give judgment in the divorce suit, 507.
-, -, reported to have pawned all his jewels at Venice, and raised money for the support of Chalon's army before Florence, 509.
-, -, to despatch an auditor of the Rota and two more lawyers to the emperor that they may explain his claims on Ferrara (May 1530), 539.
-, -, informs the emperor of the discontent prevailing in Spain owing to his protracted absence, 551.
-, -, asked by the Imperial ambassadors to forbid under ecclesiastic censures the universities and colleges of France to give opinion on the divorce case, 5813, 588.
-, -, afraid of Florence being sacked by the imperialists, 583.
-, -, proposes a suspension of the proceedings in the divorce suit on condition of Henry promising not to innovate, 589.
-, -, attempt by the Florentines to poison, 609.
-, -, will do in every case the emperor's bidding, 629.
-, -, contributes with money towards the expenses of the siege of Florence, 660.
-, -, described by Mai as a thorough Frenchman at heart, and trying to go over to Francis (July 1530), 661.
-, -, his conversations with Muxetula on the affairs of France, 670.
-, -, -, with Mai on the divorce suit, 581, 597; ii. 1312.
-, -, -, with Silva, ii. 633, 701, 711, 7345, 748, 763, 800.
-, -, intends sending Sancti Quatuor (Pucci) or Salviati to the Florentines, to persuade them to capitulate, 678.
-, -, death of, reported (August 1530), 686.
-, -, said to have issued a brief (4 Aug. 1530), authorizing doctors and theologians, as well as canonists and lawyers, to give opinion in the divorce case, 697.
-, -, almost impossible to detach him from the French or English alliance, 704.
-, -, timid and irresolute, and wishing to be on good terms with both kings, 705.
-, -, his claims on the duke of Ferrara, who intercepts his letters, and sends them to the emperor, 711.
-, -, instructs his nuncio in France to procure at any cost a book sent by the duke of Ferrara to Francis, denouncing his conduct with regard to the council and to other matters, 747.
-, -, of the two bulls found by Ghinucci at Rome one is so close and binding, that, should it be presented at a general council, the emperor would have the greatest difficulty in helping him, 748.
-, -, leaves for Ostia (4 Oct. 1530), 751,
-, -, his answer to Henry's letter (27 Sept. 1530), 751.
-, -, pays one-third of his stipulated contribution in help of the Swiss Catholics, 741, 850.
-, -, his conversations about Milan, Florence, and the Turk with Mai, 842.
-, -, -, with Muxetula, 7567, 841.
-, -, -, with Don Pedro de la Cueva and Burgo respecting the convocation of the general council, 835.
-, -, his desire of keeping on good terms with Henry, said by Chapuys to be the cause of the successive suspensions of the proceedings in the divorce suit, 853.
-, -, has been so dilatory and so dissembling with respect to the divorce question that he is not in favour with either side, ibid.
-, -, said to have answered Henry's intemperate and insolent letter in a prudent and grave way, more befitting a pope than a secular prince, ii. 9.
-, -, orders his nuncio in England to intimate the brief to Henry, ii., 21, 34.
-, -, wanting to go Bologna in September 1531 to meet the emperor, ii. 33.
-, -, appears to be satisfied with the emperor's award respecting Ferrara, and thanks him for it, ii. 36.
-, -, very desirous to please the emperor; not only has he paid regularly the 10,000 crs. of his contribution, but has actually permitted the imperial forces to quarter within the territory of the church (January, 1531), ii. 46.
-, -, willing to convoke a council on certain conditions, ii. 56, 1312.
-, -, no great desire on his part to settle the divorce suit one way or other, for he wishes to keep up dissension between the Christian princes for fear they should agree as to the reform of the clergy, ii. 70.
-, -, bishoprics and ecclesiastical benefices bestowed by (in 1531), to valets and grooms without any regard to age, condition, or learning, ii. 194.
-, -, summons all his cardinals, except Burgos and Siena, to appear at Rome on the 1st of October 1531, ii. 245, 249.
-, -, pressed to contribute towards the keeping of the imperial army in Lombardy, answers that he has no money, ii. 304.
-, -, promises not to grant any more delays, and sentence at once the matrimonial cause, ii. 340.
-, -, gives audience to foreign ambassadors, and explains the danger of Christendom from the Turk, ii. 342.
-, -, recommends a crusade against the Infidel, ibid.
-, -, his confidential reporter at the court of France, ii. 480.
-, -, forwards the Canterbury bulls instead of delaying them, as he was desired, until after the sentence of the divorce case, ii. 625.
-, -, -, at which queen Katharine and her party are greatly alarmed, ibid.
-, -, sure to deceive the emperor in the end, ii. 629.
-, -, pressed by the imperial ambassadors to give sentence, says that he must know first how the emperor intends helping to the execution of it, ii. 662, 665.
-, -, believed by Davalos to have issued certain secret breves that will prevent his complying with the emperor's wishes respecting the divorce suit, ii. 729.
-, -, -, yet promises once more to do justice, ibid.
-, -, being a bastard, the king of France is sure to work for his deposition at the future general council, ii. 732.
-, -, his departure for Nice fixed for the 24th of August, ii. 741.
-, -, preparing to hold a conference with Francis at Nice, ii. 763.
-, -, to embark at La Spezzia without passing through Florence, and avoiding Savona and Genoa, ii. 764.
-, -, agrees to meet Francis and have a conference at Nice, which is afterwards changed for Marseilles, ii. 806.
-, -, starts on his journey (9 Sept. 1533), ii. 808.
-, -, Francis' overtures to (Oct.Nov.), ii. 824.
-, -, his great art consists in temporising, ii. 826.
-, -, holds a conference at La Spezzia with Andrea Doria, ii. 850.
-, -, Francis' reception of, at Marseilles the cause of the ill-humour and disappointment visible in Henry's countenance (Nov. 1533), ii. 839.
-, -, printers in England forbidden to publish accounts of, ii. 856.
-, -, proposes a compromise of the matrimonial suit, ii. 860.
-, -, described by Doria as the most accomplished politician in all Italy, and yet always choosing the worst path, ii. 868.
-, -, his legate in Romagna, ii. 127.
-, -, avogado fiscal, or fiscal advocate to, 584.
-, -, his secretaries, v. Salviati and Sanga, ii. 69.
-, -, his equerry, ii. 67.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 93, 101, 149, 178, 202, 275, 287, 316, 330, 380, 431, 502, 525, 541, 543, 610, 625, 725, 771, 849, 930, 973, 1102.
-, -, -, to king Francis, 392.
-, -, -, to queen Katharine, 178.
-, -, -, to the signory of Venice, 521.
Clerk, John, bishop of Bath and Wells, ii. 1978.
Clergy, English, very rich, and therefore an object of envy for nobles and commoners, 325.
-, -, the reformation of the, decreed in consequence of the advocation of the divorce suit to Rome, 366, 450; ii. 79, 82.
-, -, bill in Parliament against those who obtained preferments during Wolsey's legacy, 673.
-, -, in great consternation, 7267.
-, -, their temporalities to be taken away, 800.
-, -, composition money offered to Henry by the, ii. 389, 44.
-, -, withdraw their offer, ii. 61.
-, -, French, the convocation of the, suspended by Francis until February 1533, as a sort of threat to Clement, should he sentence the divorce suit against Henry, ii. 564.
Clermont, provost of, (Jacques de la Barre,) 622 note.
-, Mr. de, a gentleman of the Dauphinois, to accompany ambassador Poupet de la Chaulx to the court of France, 247.
-, -, on a mission of Francis to Florence (Jan. 1530), ii. 964.
Clesis, Bernardo de, bishop of Trent, 120, 124, 328, 378, 431, 4557, 471, 474, 4778, 49456; ii. 84, 105, 107, 788, 791, 824.
-, -, present at the emperor's coronation in Bologna, 4723.
-, -, created cardinal, 485, 568.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 875.
-, -, -, to Mai at Rome, 669.
-, -, -, to Andrea del Burgo, 64, 72, 108.
Clves, duchy of, chancellor of, comes to London, ii. 322.
-, Franois de, duke of Nevers, ii. 977.
-, Jean III. Pacifique, duke of, 800.
-, William, ii. 290.
-, -, death of, 562.
Clissa (Clutz), in Dalmatia; report of its surrender to an agent of Luigi Gritti, ii. 207, 454, 469, 521.
Cloth, report of woollen, of English manufacture, having been forbidden in Flanders and the Low Countries (Jan. 1532), ii. 360.
Cobos, Covos, Francisco de los, the emperor's principal secretary, Int. xxv., xx., vi., 125, 186 note, 318, 320, 333, 375, 537, 578, 5834, 747, 762, 771, 791, 808, 8245, 834, 871; ii. 115, 162.
-, -, sons of, taking lessons of dancing, ii. 8245, 832.
-, -, marginal notes of, in his handwriting, 731.
-, -, memorandum of, 123.
-, -, pension offered to, by the Austrian ambassador (Salinas) in 1533, ii. 8245.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 568, 1040, 11813.
-, -, -, to the empress Isabella, 239, 328, 393.
-, -, -, addressed to, by the imperial ambassadors in Rome, 162, 204, 3434; v. Mai, Loaysa, &c.
Cocchi, Carlo, beheaded at Florence, 291.
Codroip, Desiderio, a spy sent by George Gritti, arrested, ii. 858, 999.
Coin shaver, released from prison through Gioachino's influence (May 1531), ii. 156.
-, another, a young priest, arrested and executed (July 1532), ii. 481.
Colardi, Dr. Jehan, proctor from Flanders, ii. 704, 823.
Coligny, Gaspard de, sieur de Chastillon, French ambassador in England, arrival of (6 Nov. 1533), ii. 857.
Collado, Dr., of Salamanca, 841.
Collins, Rodolph, sent by Zwinglius from Zurich to Venice, ii. 201.
-, -, to France, ii. 305.
Cologne, (Kln, Kohl), 483, 493.
-, -, letters dated at, 556, 5869, 879.
Coloma, Mossen, secretary to the Catholic sovereigns of Spain, Ferdinand and Isabella, alluded, 752.
Colonia, Kohl, v. Cologne.
Colonna, Ascanio, 44, 623, 119, 560, 608, 6356, 6667, 826; ii. 850.
-, -, suing for the duchy of Urbino, in right of his mother Agnesina di Montefeltro, 23, 212.
-, Claudia, daughter of Julio; report of her marriage to Napoleone Orsino, 540, 559, 592, 594, 660, 666, 677, 705.
-, Fabricio, son of Ascanio, 666.
-, -, secretary of, ii. 1589.
-, (Giulia, Julia), widow of Vespasiano, v. Gonzaga.
-, Isabella, daughter of Vespasiano, 282, 536, 539, 567, 613, 636, 666, 684, 823, 865.
-, -, pretenders to her hand, various, 567.
-, -, report (false) of her being married to the ex-abbot of Farfa, 677.
-, -, married to Luigi Gonzaga (Rodomonte), Jan. 1531, ii. 33.
-, -, marriage settlements sent to the emperor for approval, 702.
-, Julio, lord of Montefortino, 541, 5945, 610, 635.
-, Marcio, in the service of the emperor at the siege of Florence, 364, 680 note.
-, -, Marco Antonio, daughter of, married to Waury, 165; ii. 959.
-, Pirro, da Stippiciano, or da Castel di Piero; before Florence; in communication with Malatesta Baglione, 6067, 991, 998.
-, -, who reveals to him a plot to poison Clement, ibid.
-, -, to be Zucharo's lieutenant, ii. 304, 316; v. Chivizano.
-, cardinal Pompeo, protector of Castille at Rome, Int. Xvi., 12; ii. 52, 56, 129, 324, 466, 4701.
-, -, appointed to succeed Chalon in the vice-royalty of Naples, 199, 205, 247, 328, 364, 3713, 525, 566, 572, 592, 595, 608, 677, 700, 816; ii. 46, 334.
-, -, Clement's sworn enemy, and capable of doing anything to annoy him, 594.
-, -, envious of the prince of Orange, and aiming at the pontificate after Clement's death, 595.
-, -, his hatred of the pope so intense that nothing will satisfy him short of the sack and total destruction of Florence, 792.
-, -, quarrels with Muxetula, 81617, 822, 826.
-, -, on bad terms with Alaron, 843.
-, -, death of (July 1532); succeeded by Don Pedro de Toledo, ii. 500.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 416.
-, -, -, from the emperor to, 362.
-, Porcia, daughter of Marco Antonio, married to Franois de Rupt, sieur de Waury, 165.
-, Prospero, alluded, ii. 966.
-, Sciarra, condottiere, 635.
-, -, takes Bracciano, 684.
-, Scipio or Scipione, killed in battle, 680 note.
-, Stefano, da Palestrina, condottiere, in the service of Florence, 2015, 602, 685, 694; ii. 962.
-, -, in the pay of France, and heading the Neapolitan "fuorusciti," ii. 120.
-, -, in London (May 1531), staying at the French embassy, ii. 155.
-, Vespasiano, duke of Traietto, ii. 966.
Colonnese, feud of the, with the Orsini, 15, 48.
-, -, to be interfered with by the imperial ambassadors as being fraught with danger, 118.
-, -, on the point of being settled, 595.
Coma (Como?). D. Rafael de, Spanish canon, 696; ii. 980.
Comachio, Commachio, (Comacchio,) in the deleg. of Ferrara, the duke (Alfonso d'Este at, 749.
-, -, bishop of, v. Ghilini.
Comares, D. Luis, marquis of, governor of Oran, 773; ii. 266.
Commacre, v. Commercy.
Commercy, secretary, president of the court of Requests in Paris, 1056.
Commissary, papal, one appointed in Dec. 1530, to accompany Ferrante Gonzaga to Siena, 862.
Commons, war of the, in Castille (15202), alluded, 34, 447 note, 463 note, 602.
Como, in Lombardy, offered by Sforza as pledge and security, which is declared insufficient, 2045.
-, threatened by the marquis of Mus, ii. 122.
-, to remain in the hands of the imperialists, 403, 654, 704, 772.
-, artillery at, 431.
-, Raffaele da, ii. 168.
-, -, regular canon at Padua, 696; v. Coma.
-, -, his letter to the emperor, 737.
-, bishop of, v. Triulzo.
-, letter dated from, 49.
Complutum, v. Alcal de Henares.
Compostella, v. Santiago de.
Comptroller of the royal household, v. Guilford and Paulet.
Compulsoriales (compulsory letters), documents to be presented at Rome in virtue of the, 7013; v. Letters.
Comunidades (Commons), war of the, in Spain (15202), alluded, 34; v. Commons.
Concepcion, Fr. Geronimo de la; his history of Cadiz, ii. 121 note.
Conchano (Conciano?), maestro di Casa, or chamberlain to Santa Croce, 826.
Conchillos, Lope de, Ferdinand's secretary, Int. xxv.
Conclaves, papal, 321.
Concordia, count Galeotto della, murders his uncle Gian Francesco, and takes possession of La Mirandola, ii. 849.
-, -, applies to Venice for a condotta, ii. 870.
Confederates, the army of the, in Puglia (1529), 44.
Conferences, of Henry and Francis at Calais, ii. 253, 4945, 517, 524, 5303, 535, 5434, 546.
-, of the Pope and Francis first proposed for Nizza (Nice), 7289; ii. 204, 6602, 674, 705.
-, ultimately held at Marseilles (Oct.Nov. 1533), ii. 8445, 8869.
Confessor of Henry, v. Longland.
-, of Charles, v. Loaysa and Quintana.
-, of pope Clement, ii. 912.
Congresses (1529), three proposed by Margaret, the governess of the Low Countries, to deliberate on the best means of carrying on war against the Turk; one for Italy and Spain, another for France, England and the Low Countries, a third for Germany, 262.
-, one to be held in Bologna for the purpose of providing to the repulsion of the Turk, 308, 369.
Conrad (?), a servant of the duke of Bavaria, on a mission to the archduke Ferdinand, ii. 7901, 224.
Consistory, congregation of cardinals with the pope's attendance, 65, 335, 341, 3434, 369, 386, 514, 725, 728, 731, 846, 850, 860; ii. 164.
-, cardinals meet in, and reject Dr. Karne's application (10 Feb. 1531), ii. 49, 50, 53, 59.
Constable of Castille, v. Velasco.
-, high, of France, v. Montmorency.
Constance, Constanza, (Constanz), town and lake of, in Switzerland, 46; ii. 201, 309.
-, council of, alluded, ii. 282.
Constantius the emperor, alluded, ii. 23.
Constantino, a Neapolitan gentleman, ii. 791.
Constantinople, news from, 15, 502, 521, 526, 539, 543, 548, 602, 664, 8234, 8278, 863; ii. 334, 339, 341, 755, 844.
-, Venetian bailli at, 698.
-, Gritti's mission to, ii. 211.
-, negociations for the transfer of the spice mart to, 731.
-, friar from, arrested as a spy, ii. 145.
-, attack upon, to be led by Francis in person, ii. 514.
Contareni, Contarini, Gasparo, Venetian ambassador, sent to congratulate Charles upon his lauding, 454.
-, -, his conversation with Rodrigo Nio in Venice, 638.
-, -, in Rome, 201, 756, 966.
-, Marco Antonio, Venetian ambassador with the emperor (Aug. 1533).
Contraditas, or contumacy, the divorce suit to be tried by, owing to Henry not appearing at Rome, ii. 8, 9, 89, 90, 94, 135, 165, 186, 478, 480, 593.
Contribution of the Catholic powers towards the expenses of the Turkish war, fixed; difficulties attending its payment.
Contribution of Clement to the expenses of the siege of Florence.
Conturbery, 386, note; v. Canterbury.
Convocation, 533, 625, 672, 689, 758, 766, 852; ii. 26, 28.
Coppa, Antonio, archbishop of Rossano, 151733.
-, -, appointed papal legate to the court of Ferdinand (1529), 59, 82, 88, 117.
Corange, Curinghen, or Cureghem, in Brabant, ii. 363.
-, -, letter dated at, 887.
Corata, Corato, marquisate of, in Naples, ii. 395, 575.
Corbeta, Galterio, a Milanese lawyer, friend of Micer Mai, agent at Rome for Francesco Sforza, 65.
-, -, in correspondence with the marquis afterwards duke of Mantua, ii. 963.
Corca (Kork), in Ireland, 51, 54.
Cordeliers or Franciscans, 863.
Cordoba in Andaluzia, letter dated at, 649.
-, D. Pedro [Fernandez] de, master of the horse to Ferdinand, king of Bohemia and Hungary (152930), 34, 68, 101, 215, 271, 281, 336, 479, 715; ii. 995.
Corfu, Corphu, island of, 13, 50; ii. 869.
Coria, in Extremadura, bishopric of, 61; ii. 84.
-, bishop of, v. Mendoza, Vandenesse.
Cork, in Ireland, 54.
Corn, permission granted to Jean Jocquin (Giov. Givachino) to export, from England to Bordeaux, 858.
Cornaro, Francesco, cardinal, Venetian ambassador at Rome, supposed to be a staunch imperialist, 63, 1401, 164, 180, 190, 199200, 268; ii. 286, 966.
-, -, his conversation with Clement on Italian politics (Sept. 1530), 732.
Cornelis, ii. 297, 912; v. Scepperus.
Cornwall, archdeacon of, v. Sampson
-, the marquis of Dorset said to be recruiting men in, and the adjacent counties, ii. 214.
Coron, in Greece, besieged by the Turks, 791.
-, its defence to be entrusted to the order of St. John, ii. 718, 800, 807, 818, 823, 831, 869.
-, news from, ii. 666, 905.
-, the relief of, determined upon, ii. 634, 717, 741, 743, 748.
-, departure of the forces for, ii. 791.
-, relieved by Doria, ii. 816, 818, 823, 889.
-, Francis will not help in the relief of, ii. 827.
-, nor will the grand master of Rhodes, unless provided with money and adequate means, ibid.
-, to be dismantled and the garrison to return to Naples, ii. 903, 905.
Coronation, preparations for the, of Charles, at Bologna, 281, 320, 379, 4712.
-, effected (24 Feb. 1530), 472.
- of Ferdinand as king of the Romans, papers, bulls, &c. to be prepared for (1529), 186, 189, 828, 829.
-, -, effected at Aix-la-Chapelle (1531), ii. 423.
-, -, though opposed by Francis and Henry, ii. 12.
-, -, festivals at Rome in celebration of, ii. 54.
-, of Eleanor as queen of France, 745, 8212.
-, of Anne Boleyn in London, ii. 700.
Coronel, Dr., at Rome, 530.
Correggio, Giangaleazzo da, ii. 968.
Corsicans, defending certain villages in the Sienese, slain by Vargas and his men (Feb. 1531), ii. 56.
-, -, sent on various missions, 726, 736.
-, -, to king Francis, 726, 755.
-, -, said to be returning home or going to Venice, 764; ii. 982.
-, -, -, if so, to be arrested at his passage through Asti, 764.
-, -, again to France, 845.
-, -, in London (Jan. 1532), ii. 379.
-, -, in Rome (1533), ii. 839.
Corsinis, Alessandro Gherardi de, a Florentine, ii. 209.
Cortes, the Spanish, 83, 86, 396.
-, supplies for the Turkish war reluctantly granted by, 742.
-, grant a subsidy to Charles, ii. 2.
-, those of Aragon meet at Monon in 1553, ii. 791, 8234, 904.
-, of Catalonia (1533), ii. 905.
Cortona, in Tuscany, besieged, 21.
-, surrenders to the prince of Orange, 219, 240, 289.
-, cardinal bishop of, v. Passerino.
Cosenza, in Calabria (Naples), archbishop of, v. Gaddi.
Cotton caps, of French manufacture; importation of, prohibited, 369.
Cottonian MSS., collection of, in British Museum, 55 note.
-, Clement greatly afraid of the, 24, 48.
-, sends the Capuan (Schomberg) to represent against it, 333.
-, -, and says that if assembled he will quit Rome and take to the mountains, 334.
-, Francis' resolution not to attend the, personally, if held anywhere else than in Italy, 178.
-, -, owing to which Osma and Muxetula advise the Emperor to have the meeting postponed, 1789, 182, 185.
-, -, -, and some sort of agreement entered into with Luther, 179.
-, -, -, in which opinion Mai also concurs, 1867, 190, 1947.
-, negociations at Rome, 329, 669, 670, 674, 755; ii. 85, 101.
-, Charles wishes it to be general, not provincial, as suggested, 407.
-, -, and to be held in Germany or in the North of Italy, 787.
-, if a general one be proposed, and the Lutherans refuse to attend it, the Catholics will do what is proper, 6412.
-, Mai thinks that it ought to be national rather than general, 645.
-, general feeling at Rome respecting the, ii. 105.
-, Henry would rather wait before he gives his opinion about it, 674, 734, 798.
-, obstacles raised by Francis with a view to please Clement, 670; ii. 164.
-, Clement's hesitation with regard to the meeting of the, 705, 835.
-, -, which the French and English ambassadors represent to him as fraught with danger, 674.
-, the Venetians do not entirely disapprove, but the Germans, it is thought, will not accept of it, 684.
-, the signory think that once the, assembled, Clement will remain without one single vassal, and that they will thus be able to keep Ravenna and Cervia, 699.
-, Venice to be told in the Emperor's name that when a general, was proposed, he had no other object in view than matters of Faith, and that the, is indispensable for the suppression of the Lutheran heresy, 699, 700.
-, the proposal made of referring the divorce suit to the, disapproved by Henry, 719, 7245.
-, Francis' intentions respecting the, apparently good, 727.
-, Clement consents at last conditionally to the convocation of a, (1530, Nov.,) 787.
-, -, yet prepares a memorandum of the difficulties attending it, 817, 824.
-, the covocation of a, (said king Henry to Chapuys in Nov. 1530), except on matters of Faith, is not the Pope's province, 798.
-, and not needed at all to reform the German Church and deprive the clergy of their temporalities; that can be accomplished without it, 800.
-, Henry will oppose the meeting of the, with all his power, though at one time he seemed in favour of it, 8023, 812.
-, two congregations held at Rome in Nov. 1530, respecting the, 821.
-, the matter to be decided in consistory, 821.
-, Clement and his cardinals dislike it exceedingly, 822, 824, 826.
-, -, divided in opinion, and yet agreeing on one point; fear of its consequences, 828.
-, some afraid of the reform beginning with them and their lives, ibid.
-, others will delay it as long as they can, ibid.
-, most think there is no need of one, and that an assembly of ecclesiastics would be sufficient for all purposes, 823.
-, a few only are in favour of its immediate convocation, ibid.
-, the majority vote for the celebration of one, though under certain restrictions, ibid.
-, difference of opinion as to the place of the meeting, 820.
-, -, Mantua or Milan proposed by Charles, 836.
-, -, Francis will have Turin, 836.
-, cardinals in Rome sneer at it, 835.
-, Clement's brief of convocation for the, (Dec. 1530), 521.
-, and say that Charles' only wish is the pacification of Germany, not the reform of the Church, 837.
-, cardinal Quione's opinion that the, will not assemble unless Francis consent to it for his own particular views, 831.
-, (10 Jan. 1531,) king Francis represented as rather in favour of the, but saying that an interview with the pope and emperor [in Italy] ought to come first, ii. 11.
-, every day Clement's dread of the, increasing, ii. 17, 21, 54.
-, -, and yet, when mentioned by Cueva and Mai, his words are so conciliatory and so liberal that there is reason to doubt whether he is in earnest or not, ii. 32.
-, Henry intends appealing to, from the sentence, 853; ii. 47.
-, a circular to be sent to, the Christian powers, ii. 51.
-, conditions of the convocation, 632.
-, Ferdinand's opinion of the, in a letter to his brother the emperor (27 April 1531), ii. 1403.
-, answer given to Prat by Francis respecting the, ii. 148, 164.
-, supposed to have been dictated by Clement, ii. 148.
-, -, who plays his cards so well that there will be no, at all, ibid.
-, Francis' objections as to the place of meeting, intended to prevent it altogether, ii. 164, 182.
-, general impression at Rome (June 1531) that it will not meet, ii. 192, 195.
-, the Emperor to print a manifesto showing to the world that he has done everything in his power to promote it, ii. 194.
-, intercepted letters of Clement to his nuncio in France show his profound dislike of the, ii. 241.
-, -, which letters, he says, are an invention and a forgery of the duke of Ferrara, 608; ii. 242, 266, 466.
-, convocation of, agreed to by Clement, ii. 3067.
-, all questions of Faith to be referred to the, ii. 492.
-, Francis' ideas about the, communicated to Clement at Marseilles (Oct. 1533), ii. 738, 740, 825, 859.
-, five different, mentioned in support of Henry's opinion respecting his marriage, 505.
Council, Privy, in England, 234, 256, 276, 305, 307, 391, 421, 428, 467, 617, 660, 672, 676, 680, 7212, 735, 737, 761, 790; ii. 1556, 687, 8189, 8603.
-, Chapuys before the, 4601.
-, said to have advised Henry to consent to the divorce suit being tried at Rome (Sept. 1530), 712, 785.
-, Henry complains that what passes in his, is divulged, 727.
-, such rigid measures being taken in consequence that it becomes impossible to obtain intelligence except by bribery, ibid.
-, members of the, and other parties interested in Henry's divorce, begin to show fear (Jan. 1531), ii. 16, 61, 87.
-, a deputation of lords and members of the, sent to queen Katharine in May 1531, ii. 196, 270.
-, -, another in April 1533, ii. 629.
-, -, and to the princess in Oct. 1533, ii. 819.
-, mistrust DuBellay's words altogether, ii. 707.
-, reject the measures proposed by him and Giachino for the settlement of the divorce question, ii. 708.
-, all vote against them except the duke of Norfolk and earl of Wiltshire, ibid.
-, the affair of the Lubeckian fleet brought before the (1533), ii. 790, 793, 796.
-, the staple of Calais discussed in the, ii. 758, 773, 927.
-, deliberating as to Katharine's and the princess's allowance, 800.
-, Chapuys complains to the, on the subject, ii. 8401, 845.
-, its members, ii. 9289.
Council of Regency in Spain to assist the empress Isabella in the government of the country during Charles's absence, ii. 281.
-, how composed, 337.
-, of War in Spain, 438; ii. 847.
-, of Finances, 183 note.
-, of Castille, or the emperor's privy council in Spain, Int. xii., 35, 99, 102, 265, 314, 379, 396, 71314, 824; ii. 162, 478, 951.
-, how composed, Int. xxv.; ii. 903.
-, president of, v. Tavera.
-, in the Low Countries, 41.
-, president of, v. Carondelet.
-, of the Ten (Dieci) in Venice, 15, 548, 558, 658, 662; ii. 325.
-, refuse to pay their contribution towards the Turkish war, 730.
-, the duke Francesco Sforza before the, 771.
-, -, for what purpose, 772.
-, French, ii. 582.
Couriers, English; one carrying letters for the Signory of Venice stopped by an imperial captain, 161.
-, -, another from Bologna brings news of the arrival of the earl of Wiltshire in that city, 486.
-, -, one to Rome with the seals of the English universities, 690.
-, -, back from Rome; arrives in London (23 July 1530), 673.
-, -, another on the 20th September, announcing the suspension of the proceedings, 736.
-, -, in March 1531, with papers and allegations in favour of the divorce, ii. 97.
-, -, of Henry, on the 15th of April 1533, to tell Clement that the attempts against his authority are not his, but the Commons', doing, ii. 645.
-, -, one despatched by Henry to Rome with plenty of money to corrupt the Pope and the Cardinals, ii. 822.
-, -, from Marseilles with news of the conferences (Nov.), ii. 864.
-, Imperial, one from England in nine days, takes to Rome the duplicate of Katharine's powers of attorney to the imperial lawyers, 181.
-, -, another despatched, in Oct. 1529, with letters for the pope and emperor, 292.
-, -, two murdered (1530), between Velletri and Sermonetta, 699, 700, 704.
-, -, one from Muxetula to the Emperor meets with an accident between Modena and Reggio (Feb. 1531), ii. 50, 52.
-, -, another from Francis to Rome to ask that the proceedings in the divorce suit be suspended for a time (Feb. 1531), ii. 58.
-, -, two from Rome and one from France arrive in London (10 Aug. 1533), ii. 760.
Courrant, king Henry's chaplain, 204.
Courtney, Henry, marquis of Exeter, ii. 550.
-, -, letter probably written by, and containing particulars about Casale and the divorce suit, handed over to Chapuys (Nov. 1532), ibid.
-, -, and his marchioness in communication with the Nun of Kept, ii. 857.
Cox, John, chancellor of Caterbury, defamatory libel against, 847.
Cracow, in Poland, ii. 346.
Cranmer, Thomas, said to have formed part of the earl of Wiltshire's embassy to Bologna in 1530, 432.
-, -, on a mission to Germany (1532), ii. 4978, 970.
-, -, elected archbishop of Canterbury, and application made to Rome for the bulls (1533), ii. 598, 608.
-, -, the expedition of which, at Katharine's request and by Chapuys' advice, ought to have been delayed until after the sentence, ii. 599.
-, -, he being a staunch Lutheran, and having lately taken into his service two priests who preached for the divorce, ibid.
-, -, consecration of, as archbishop of Canterbury, ii. 601, 608.
-, -, marries secretly Henry and Anne Boleyn (Feb. 1533), ii. 609.
-, -, the divorce not to be determined by any but, ii. 628, 663, 6667, 6712, 722, 724.
-, -, sentences the divorce case, and declares the king's marriage with Katharine dissolved, ii. 738, 760.
-, -, copy of the sentence, and proclamation to that effect, forwarded by Chapuys to the emperor, ii. 768.
-, -, his departure on a mission to the pope at Nice talked of, ii. 787.
-, -, present at Elizabeth's christening, ii. 789.
-, -, persecutes Lutherans, ii. 822.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 583.
-, -, memorandum of, 987.
Cravelluzo, Pietro, at Rome with news from Turkey, 603.
Crema, Santa Maria di, at Ragusa, abbot of, 698.
Cremes, letter from, 203.
Cremona, in the Milanese, held by the duke Sforza, 17, 200, 2045, 209, 603.
-, -, to be attacked, 217, 261, 284, 309.
-, -, much coveted by Venice, 754, 772.
Cremuel, v. Cromwell.
Creveeur, in Burgundy, 449, 510, 532.
- invaded by the Turks, ii. 51920.
-, captain-general or ban of, v. Kechonitz.
-, rumours of its invasion by Luigi Gritti, at the head of a Turkish force (1533), ii. 859.
Croke, Richard, tutor to the duke of Richmond, 529, 552, 557.
-, -, generally called " Il Ricaldo," 657.
-, -, in Venice, 657, 662, 665, 830.
Croma (Cromer?), to form part of the English embassy to Charles, 432; ii. 970.
Cromwell, Thomas, appointed to treat with an envoy of the duke of Saxony (March 1533), ii. 618.
-, -, one of the principal secretaries of state, and enjoying the king's confidence, ii. 669, 673, 693, 781.
-, -, the oldest of the privy councilors and enjoying most credit with the king, ii. 677.
-, -, a man of wit, and well trained in government affairs, ii. 752.
-, -, two of his clerks on a mission to Germany, ii. 754.
-, -, transacts business with Chapuys, ii. 723, 756, 759, 740, 758, 799, 80911, 812, 839, 854, 856, 8704.
-, -, showing great affection towards the imperial subjects in England, ii. 85960.
-, -, offers him his services on the occasion of a fire at the imperial embassy, ii. 819.
-, -, assures him that no one in the privy council labours more assiduously for the maintenance of the mutual friendship, ii. 841.
Crossbows, makers of, at Barbastro, ii. 779.
-, -, at Saragossa, ii. 779.
-, -, at Valdezcaray, 8856.
Croy, Ferry de, surnamed the Bastard of Rulx, 37, 105, 716, 770, 7756, 783, 912.
-, Robert de, bishop of Cambray, 162.
Crusade, bulls for the, 1, 18, 20, 23, 138, 146, 172, 180, 185, 249, 319, 567, 611, 668, 728, 73940; ii. 512, 611, 668.
-, -, not to be granted to France, 787.
-, -, general, and indulgence from sins, to be obtained from the Pope (1529), 307; ii. 530.
-, -, accountants of the, 183.
Crusich (?), Capn. Pedro, 490; ii. 521.
Cuello Tuerto, Juan del, Spanish courier, ii. 189.
Cuenca, bishop of, v. Ramirez.
Cuero (wrongly printed Cuevo), Juan de, 885, 887.
Cueva, D. Beltran de la, count of Lcdesma, and first duke of Alburquerque, 787 note, 859; ii. 985.
Cueva, D. Beltran II., second duke of Alburquerque, viceroy of Navarre, ii. 845.
-, D. Pedro, high commander of Alcantara; sent by the emperor to congratulate Clement upon his safe arrival at Bologna (Oct. 1529), 315; Int. xiv.xxi.
-, -, ambassador extraordinary to Rome in Nov. 1530, to urge the convocation of the general council, 807; ii. 5445, 552.
-, -, instructions to, 479.
-, -, arrives at Rome, passing through Sienna (15 Nov. 1530), 8089.
-, -, question of precedence between the duke of Albany and, 821.
-, -, negociates with Clement, 7878.
-, -, communicates with Mai, Loaysa, and Muxetula respecting his charge, 811, 826, 835, 846, 859, 8789; ii. 33, 66, 808, 191, 197.
-, -, credentials, 480.
-, -, returns to Rome (Nov. 1532), ii. 552.
-, -, brother of (D. Luis), ii. 104, 859, 879.
-, -, letters to the Emperor, 495, 497, 503, 529, 530, 554, 1006, 1021.
-, -, to Covos, the high commander of Leon, 496, 498, 510, 511, 536, 540, 542, 1009, 1014, 1180.
-, -, notice of, Int. ii. xiv.-xxi.
-, y Velasco, D. Christoval, count of Siruela, ii. 809, 977.
Cuevas, Alonso or Alfonso de, a Spaniard, acts as notary at Rome, 3, 11, 330, 561, 659, 888.
-, -, recommended by Micer Mai, 826.
Cup, one of gold, of great value and singular workmanship, presented by Katharine to king Henry on New Year's day, ii. 353.
-, -, which the King refuses to accept, ii. 354.
Cupi, Cupis, Giovanni Domenico da, archbishop of Trani and cardinal, ii. 75.
-, -, attempt made by the English ambassadors to corrupt, 7401, 984.
-, -, a bishopric with a considerable pension in England offered to, 815.
Curiel, Lite., ii. 31.
Currieres (Courrires), Mr. de, v. Montmorency (Philip).
Curtogli, Admiral, in command of the Turkish fleet, 543.
Curwin (Kirwan ?), Dr., royal chaplain, preaches at Greenwich in favour of the divorce, ii. 428, 992.
amora, bishop of, v. Zamora.
apata, Pedro, v. Zapata.
aragoa, v. Saragossa and Zaragoza.
arate, v. Zarate.
uaola, the treasurer, ii. 394.
Cyprus, island of, the rents of, to be farmed out, ii. 91.
-, negotiations about, conducted in London by an envoy of Carlo III. of Savoy, ii. 228.