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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Dabole, bishop of, (Bath and Wells?). ii. 602.
Dacia, v. Denmark.
D'albi, Dalby, v. Derby and Stanley.
Dalebret, v. Albret.
Dalmatia, ii. 51.
-, stipulation about, made between the signory of Venice and Zapolsky, ii. 334.
Dalzanto (da'l Zanto), v. Zante.
Damaseus, in Syria; in the revolt of 1529 remains faithful to Solyman, 184.
Damont, v. Amount and Aymont.
Dandolo Marco, a Venetian; sent to Bologna to attend Charles' coronation (1530), 454 note.
Danes, fears entertained in England of the, and Hamburghers (1531), ii. 705.
-, capture an English merchant ship, ii. 367.
Dantzig, ii. 448, 451.
-, people of, become Lutherans not with standing the all the efforts of Sigismoud of Poland to prevent it, 801; ii. 983.
Danube, ii. 520.
-, the overflow of the, prevents the Turks from reaching Buda on the appointed day, 491.
Darcy, Sir Thomas, lord, ii. 536, 568.
Dario, Silvestro, papal sub-collector in England and auditor of the rota, goes to Rome on a mission from Henry, 154.
-, -, to Scotland as papal nuncio (June 1532), ii. 465.
Darshot, v. Aaarshot.
Darts, Biscayan, richly ornamented; presented by Anne Boleyn to Henry on New Year's day (1532), ii. 354.
Datary, Clement's, at Rome (Giberti ?), 248, 566; ii. 89, 659.
Dauphin of France, v. Valois.
Dautrey, Mr., v. Autrey.
Davalos, Rodrigo, Spanish lawyer and imperial agent; to replace Mai as Katharine's proctor, ii. 656 note , 703, 987.
-, -, arrival of, at Rome (14 June, 1533), ii. 708.
-, -, reports on the state of the matrimonial cause, ii. 70910, 712, 729, 7313, 735, 7367, 7435, 7478, 800.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 1083, 1088, 1095.
Davalos, Rodrigo, &c., to the high commander of Leon, 1092, 1096, 1098.
Davalos d'Aquino, Alfonso, marquis del Vasto, 145, 189, 495; ii. 128, 232, 304, 989.
-, -, his estate in Naples threatened by the Venetian fleet, 171.
-, -, wishes to attend the expedition against Florence, 177.
-, -, arrives in Rome, 190.
-, -, leaves for the imperial camp at the head of 2, 000 Spaniards, 191, 329, 3734, 380, 520.
-, -, not on good terms with the prince of Orange, 525.
-, -, puts down a mutiny of the Spanish infantry, 541.
-, -, lays siege to Empoli, 549, 557.
-, -, -, to Volterra, 610.
-, -, -, which he takes, 680 notes , 868.
-, -, -, proposed for the command of the Spaniards in Italy, 643.
-, -, summoned from Naples to take the command of the imperial army after the death of Chalon, 679, 681.
-, -, leaves Rome for the imperial camp before Florence (21 Aug. 1530), but, hearing that the duke of Mantua has been appointed, returns, 694.
-, -, dissatisfied, leaves Rome for Ischia, 705.
-, -, at Genenano with Ascanio Colonna, 705, 727.
-, -, ill in Naples, 822.
-, -, orders the execution of captain Montanyes, ii. 122.
-, -, to command the Spanish infantry, and proceed at once to Hungary against the Turk, ii. 129, 136, 140, 180, 185, 208.
-, -, again to Ischia, ii. 232.
-, -, accuses Doria, ii. 356.
-, -, in Rome for nine days suffering from sciatica, ii. 400.
-, -, in command of the Imperial forces, ii. 436, 444, 4556.
-, -, in Hungary, ii. 577.
-, -, report of his having been killed in a skirmish with the Turks, ii. 531.
-, -, letters of, to the Emperor, 882.
-, D. Hernando, marquis de Pescara, ii. 88 note, 987, 989.
-, -, v. Lopez.
Dax in Gascony, 577.
-, Francis' sons at, 639.
Dearing, John, ii. 999.
Debitis, of Calais, king's officers employed in the staple and customs, ii. 940.
Debt, the emperor's, to Henry, 506.
-, to his brother Ferdinand, 186; ii. 22.
-, to the Palatine, 186.
-, to various German princes, 1867.
-, Francis', to the same, 721.
Decima, the tenth part or tithe, and primacy (first-fruits) demanded from the clergy in Spain, 525, ii. 911.
-, not to be granted to France for fear it should be spent for political purposes, not against the Turks and Lutherans, ii. 911.
Decio, Philippo, professor at Siena, considered the best legal authority in all Italy, 555, 563, 570.
-, -, friend of Mai and Soria, and in correspondence with them, 593.
-, -, his opinion on the divorce, unfavourable to Katharine, 683, 717, 739.
-, -, -, ready, however, to retract, if he is only paid for it, 739.
-, -, gives his opinion in writing to the English ambassador, a copy of which Mai procures, ii. 7.
-, -, again consulted by Mai, ii. 7, 56, 69.
Deering (Dearing), John, Demps, Marco, 314, v. Embs.
-, a monk named, ii. 886, 999, 1,000.
Dendo (?), father, a priest of Verona, 573.
Denia, marquis of, v. Sandoval y Rojas.
Denmark (Dacia), ii. 86, 907.
-, infested by heresy, 705, 801; ii. 338.
-, an English doctor-at-law (Dr. Thomas Leigh ?) going to, on a mission from Henry, ii. 705, 823.
-, kings of Denmark, v. Christiern II., Frederic III., and Christiern III.
-, queen of, v. Isabella.
-, princesses of, v. Dorothea and Ingelburge.
Dennistoun, his "Memoirs of the dukes of Urbino, " 23 note.
Derby, earl of, v. Stanley.
Des Barres, Guillaume, v. Barres.
Desideradio (Desiderio?), v. Simaudres.
Desmond, Thomas, earl of, v. Fitzgerald.
Desquivel, v. Esquivel.
Diamond fleur-de-lis pledged in England by Maximilian, the emperor, 2677.
-, -, negotiations respecting the, 277, 285370, 383, v. Fleur-de-lis.
Diaz de Mendoza, Pedro, ii. 780.
Didom (?), ii. 885.
Diego, Don (?), 558, v. Sotomayor.
Diesse, captain, a Genoese, ii. 718.
Diet, 24, 278, 380.
-, summons for a, in Germany (1530), 431, 453, 641, 661; (1531), ii. 296.
-, convocation of that of Augsburgh, ii. 91011.
-, French and Italians at Rome, alarmed at what may be the result of the, ii. 910.
-, breaking up of the, 783.
-, of the Lutherans, 863.
-, service in money voted by the, (Apr. 1530), 494.
Diet, one of the Hungarians about to be held (Dec. 1531), ii. 339.
Diez de Gamez, Gutierre, his chronicle, 454, note
-, de Puebla, Ruy and Rodrigo, 8812.
Dily, D'lly v. Ely.
Dingle, in Ireland, 512.
Dinners and entertainments by Henry to the French ambassadors (Aug. 1530), 672.
- by Anne Boleyn to the king, ii. 254, 525.
D'Inteville, Franois, bishop of Auxerre, sent by Francis to Rome to negociate the marriage of his son, the duke of Orleans, to Clement's niece (Caterina de Mediei), ii. 185, 9889.
-, -, arrival at Rome (Aug. 1530), 688 ; ii. 185, 231, 233, 238, 913.
-, Guillaume, sieur de Chennets, in France, ii. 253.
-, Jean, bailli de Troies, French ambassador in England, arrives in London to replace Montpezat (Feb. 1533), ii. 600, 757.
-, -, presents at court an engineering architect (a Frenchman) sent expressly by Francis for the construction of harbours along the English coast, ii. 609.
-, -, conversation with Chapuys, ii. 8723.
Dispensation, brief of, by Julius II.
-, minute of, not found at Rome, 109.
-, the original supposed to be in the possession of Charles, who refuses to give it up, 232, 253, 275, 292, 353, 361.
-, -, but sends an authentic copy by the desire of Henry, 702.
-, supposed to be a forgery, 272, 275.
-, said to have been granted ex causapacis, ii. 30.
Divorce, the suit in the Legatine Court suspended, 156, 164, 181, 185, 207.
-, (1529) its advocation to Romeurgrntly demanded by the imperial ambassadors, ii. 123.
-, obtained, 148, 1535, 161, 175, 201.
-, six copies of the brief of advocation and inhibition to be sent to London by different routes, 159, 161, 214.
-, -, one of which reaches Trent, 171, 175, 181.
-, -, and is thence forwarded to Katharine, 270.
-, the proceedings at Rome suspended for one month, 182, 184.
-, the inhibition to be notified to the legates (Wolsey and Campeggio), 215.
-, -, though not to Henry himself, since he does not allow it, 214.
-, the inhibition brief as intimated to the two cardinals, ibid.
-, memorandum in 14 articles, presented by the English ambassadors, respecting the, 154.
-, the suit prorogued until the 1-t of October 1529, 1812, 196.
-, -, till Easter, 202.
-, a fourth sent by express to Mai, ii. 278.
-, a copy of the original proceedings in England urgently applied for by Mai ii. 245, 24950.
-, -, as without it no progress can be made at Rome in the matrimonial suit, ii. 267, 278.
-, -, order sent to Chapuys to procure it, ii. 267.
-, -, three copies sent to Rome, and yet not one reaches its destination, ii, 273.
-, Henry insists upon its being tried elsewhere than at Rome, which place he considers suspect owing to the emperor's influence there, 224.
-, Mai recommended to insist upon the advocation to Rome and the rota, 275.
-, a delay of one month granted by Clement in the proceedings, ii. 328, 335.
-, -, with a most solemn promise that no more will be granted, ii. 329.
-, papers and documents against the, by Fisher and Ortiz, to be printed, ii, 335.
-, the case to be brought before the English parliament, 367.
-, discussed between Henry and Katharine at dinner (Dec. 1529), Anne Boleyn overhearing the conversation, 352.
-, -, between king Henry and Chapuys, 4158.
-, -, between the latter and Norfolk, 6267.
-, discussions and remonstrance's at Rome and in London, 2535, 302, 382, 4156, 4178, 719.
-, papers and documents concerning the suit sent from Spain to Rome, 385, 506, 511.
-, a suspension in the proceedings of the, from June to September 1530, proposed, 5789, 589.
-, -, which Mai resists, asking, on the contrary, that the suit continue during the vacations, 589.
-, Spanish and Latin papers against the, 454, 455.
-, report concerning the, drawn at Rome and forwarded to Naples, 609.
-, all proceedings to be suspended during the long vacation from July to October, 647.
-, 100 Parisian doctors said to have given opinion in favour of the, 684.
-, Henry still insisting upon the suit being decided out of Rome by impartial judges, 625, 700.
-, -, two to be appointed by himself, and two by the emperor, 719.
-, powers of attorney to Chapuys to act as Katharine's proctor, 720.
-, the suit not to be proceeded with if the king promises not to marry again, 719.
-, various expedients proposed, 723.
-, submitted to the privy council in England and rejected, 7245.
-, the cause to be prorogued till the meeting of the general council, 740.
-, compromise suggested by Casale in the, ibid.
-, -, which Mai refuses to accept, 741.
-, Clement willing in July 1531 to commit it out of Rome, 11. 909.
-, a further suspension of the proceedings in the suit solicited by the English ambassadors at Rome (Sept. 1530), 741.
-, -, which the Pope refuses to grant unless ambassador Mai consents to it, ibid.
-, suit suspended for one fortnight more (Sept. 1530), 748.
-, a further suspension of the proceedings granted with the emperor's consent (Nov. 1530), 824.
-, -, Clement promising most solemnly not to grant any more, ibid.
-, a further suspension of the proceedings proposed by Clement, ii. 59.
-, compromise proposed, ii. 107, 832, 859.
-, -, by the archbishop of Trent and others, ii. 107.
-, -, with the suspension of the trial for three years, ibid.
-, -, not accepted by Katharine, ii. 864.
-, -, rejected by Henry, ii. 871.
-, book in favour of the, addressed from England to King Francis, ii. 194.
-, great efforts by Grammont and Albany to have the trial of the, brought again to England, ii. 200.
-, book in favour of the, published in London, ii. 200.
-, 12 conclusions connected with the, debated, ii. 430.
-, the term of one month's suspension about to expire (9 Feb. 1533), and yet no signs of Henry obeying the papal injunctions, ii. 600.
-, a brief of excommunication against Anne requested in case she refuses to leave court immediately, ibid.
-, conversation with the cardinal of Jaen (Merino) on the, (May 1533), ii. 661, 6846.
-, -, with count Cifuentes, Davalos, and Ortiz, ii. 663, 665, 708, 710.
-, the suit at Rome conducted as if it were that of the poorest woman in the world, ii. 725.
-, such are the importunities of the French ambassadors that fears are entertained of Clement again suspending all legal proceedings, ii. 728, 731.
-, sentence obtained (July 1533), ii. 745.
-, lawyers' fees and costs at Rome, ii. 823
-, prorogation for one month, ii. 832.
-, -, rumours of its execution having been delayed for two months, ii. 841.
Dobla, v. Dover.
Dole, in the Franche-Cont, 576.
Dominicans, a general chapter of the, to be held in Rome, 581.
-, a Spanish friar of that order goes thither from England to discuss the matrimonial cause, ibid.
-, -, considered unequal to the task, as his presence in the chapter might do more harm than good, ibid.
-, prior of the, at Venice, opines in favour of Henry's divorce, 696.
-, -, of Augsburg, hopes of their recall entertained at Rome, ii. 306.
Dordogne, La, river of France, 652.
Doria, Andrea, prince of Melphi, 20, 21, 26, 27, 356, 77, 162, 183, 207, 315, 569, 635, 706, 851; ii. 32, 46, 963.
-, -, sails for Spain, 745, 77, 377, 406.
-, -, lands at Barcelona (18 June 1329), 100.
-, -, witnesses the treaty with Clement (27 June 1529), 116.
-, -, his fidelity suspected, 248, 706.
-, -, again in Spain with his galleys, 377, 406.
-, -, galleon captured by, 458.
-, -, his authority at Genoa undermined by the French, 513.
-, -, about to sail for Catalonia with his own galleys, the imperial, and the French, 522, 528.
-, -, Barbarossa the Jew, and another corsair, unite their forces to attack (June 1530), 615.
-, -, to remain in Spain till October 1530, for the protection of the Eastern coast, 733.
-, -, back in Genoa with his galleys (Oct. 1530), 751.
-, -, his enemies in that city in secret understanding with Francis, 817.
-, -, his rule at Genoa represented as unjust and tyrannical, 831, 842.
-, -, his galleys, ii. 69, 84.
-, -, captures at Porto Farina two Turkish galleys and one fustee carrying stores and ammunition for Barbarossa (1531), ii. 192.
-, -, denounced by Vasto, ii. 356.
-, -, at Zante (1532), ii. 519, 521.
-, -, to remain in command, ii. 519.
-, -, wrongly accused of complicity with Clement and Francis, and of wishing to quit the imperial service (1533), ii. 786.
-, -, to sail for the relief of Coron, ii. 741, 746, 807, 889.
-, -, at La Spezzia with Clement, ii. 850, 869.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 1096.
-, Antonio, leaves the service of France (May 1531), ii. 166.
-, -, and offers his galleys to Clement, 206. 222, 909; ii. 908.
-, -, and to the emperor, who accepts, ii. 718.
-, Erasmo, second in command of the Genoese galleys (1531), ii. 92.
-, -, abbot of Nero or Montenero (?), 162, 183; ii. 828.
-, -, presented to the sec of Elna, in Roussillon, 208.
-, -, arrives at Rome from France, ii. 362, 991.
-, Girolamo, cardinal, 61, 119, 121, 321.
-, -, appointed bishop of [ILL}uesca, ii. 999.
-, marquis of, v. Doria.
Dormer, Diego Joseph, historian; quoted, ii. 979, 981.
Dorothea, daughter of Christiern II., king of Denmark; married to the Palatine, ii. 969.
Dorset, marquis of, v. Grey.
Douglas, Archibald, earl of Angus, ii. 577, 619, 752.
-, -, brother of, ii. 752.
Douay, town of France (dep. Nord), proposed as a place of meeting between the emperor and Francis, ii. 246.
Doureissel (Doorezcel?), in Flanders, 687.
Dover, Gioachino at, 737; ii. 253, 524, 556.
-, port of, closed by Henry's commands in Sept. 1530, 707, 709, 749.
-, -, various reasons assigned for that measure, 707, 709, 721.
-, the French ambassador's (Jean Joequin) mysterious journey to and stay in, ii. 788.
-, defences of, repaired, ii. 877.
Downs, the, ii. 776.
Doye river (?), 259.
Drave, river, separating Croatia and Hungary, 695; ii. 519.
Dreux, count of, v. Albret (Charles).
Duarte, Francisco, ii. 718.
Dubais, v. Budweiss.
Dublin, in Ireland, 54.
Duchesimi, title given to the Pope's niece Caterina de' Medici, ii. 742, 765, 827, 848.
-, subscribes an act of renunciation to the duchy of Urbino, ii. 827.
-, should she not marry Henri de Valois, the act to be null and void, ibid.
-, v. Medici (Caterina de').
Dudas, or doubtful points in the marriage of Katharine to Henry, consulted and answered, 537, 816, 1064.
Du Gasta (Del Gaslo), v. Vasto.
Dunkeld, v, Dundalk.
Dulcinio (Dulcigno) in Albania, the Turks arrive at, ii. 458.
Dundalk, in Ireland, 206; ii. 962.
Dunkerque (Dunkerk), in Flanders, ii. 9, 379, 766, 768, 932.
-, the advocation brief posted up at the gates of, 2368, 308.
Dunois, count, v. Orleans (Claude).
Dunstable, St. Peter's priory at, ii. 647.
-, -, Katharine summoned to appear at, ibid.
-, -, sentence of divorce pronounced by Cranmer at, ii. 669.
Duque de Estrada, Hernan, 641, 703; ii. 985.
-, "Duque" not a title but a proper name, 752 note.
Dynan (Dinant), in Belgium, ii. 941.
Dyverny, v. Verney, 312.