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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Easterlings merchants in London, 453.
-, contaminated by Lutheranism, 801.
-, subjected to the payment of a tax to defray the expenses of Anne Boleyn's coronation, ii. 682–3.
-, governor, elder, or consul of the, ii. 11, 740, 746, 878.
-, -, Anne Boleyn greatly offended at his placing the Austrian Imperial Eagle over and above the arms of England on the day of her coronation, ibid.
-, fleet of the, in the Thames, ii. 755.
Ebol, v. Evol.
Eboracense, 835; v. also York, archbishop of.
Edinburg, ii. 453.
Edward IV., king of England, alluded to, ii. 883.
Egidio (Ægidius), cardinal, 556, 564, 613, 623, 688, 849, 861 , ii. 71, 75–6, 238–9.
Egmond, Egmont, Charles d', duke of Gheldres, (1492–537), 687; ii. 330, 703.
-, Floris d', count of Buren, 37, 39.
Eguiluz, Licentiate, the emperor's chaplain, ii. 683.
Egypt, Solyman fits out a powerful fleet in, against the Portuguese in India, ii. 333, 338.
Eisenburg, county of, in Hungary, ii. 993.
Elbi (?), v. Hervey.
Eleanor, Eleonora, Charles's sister, widow of Dom Manuel, king of Portugal (d. Feb. 1558), 631, 636; ii. 909.
-, -, to he married to Francis I., 71–2, 243–4, 426, 455, 487, 500, 631, 636.
-, -, arrives at Vittoria, 375.
-, -, crosses the frontier, 619.
-, -, how received in France, 668, 708, 744.
-, -, the act of her renunciation to the crown of Spain not yet drawn up and signed, 676.
-, -, her virtues and goodness much commended by cardinal Grammont at Rome, 707.
-, -, miscarriage of, at Amboise, ii. 518.
-, -, requested by Katharine to write to Henry in her favour, 745.
-, -, living with Francis near Amicus (Nov. 1532), ii. 548.
-, -, daughter of, v. Mary of Portugal.
-, -, should be allowed to write secretly in favour of Katharine, ii. 655, 721.
Eliot, v. Elyot.
Elizabeth, daughter of Henry and Anne Boleyn, birth of (Sept. 1533), and christening at Greenwich, ii. 789.
-, -, first to be called Mary, 795.
-, -, to be sworn princess of Wales, ii. 819, 871, 873.
-, -, household appointed for, ii. 877.
-, -, sent to the county of Norfolk to be nursed, ii. 877.
-, -, Henry's orders about her treatment, ii. 881.
-, -, taken to a house 17 miles from London, with great pomp and solemnity, ii. 881.
Elna, in Roussillon, bishopric of, 61, 82, 89.
-, -, Erasmus Doria, a nephew of Andrea, presented to the, 192.
Elston (Elstowe ?), guardian of the minor observants at Greenwich, preaches against the divorce, ii. 428.
Elstowe, ii. 204; v. Elston.
Eltham, in Kent, king Henry at (24 Nov. 1532), ii. 557.
Ely, bishop of, v. West.
-, archdeacon of, ii. 258, 539; v. Hawkins.
Elyot, Thomas, on an embassy to the emperor (Sept. 1531), ii. 239.
Elyot, Thomas, returns (3 June 1532), ii. 453.
-, -, calls on Chapuys, and informs him of a conversation he had with Henry the day before, ibid.
Emanuel, king of Portugal (1495–1521), ii. 720.
Embassy, Austrian, to precede the English at the Emperor's coronation in Bologna, 173.
-, Portuguese, at Rome, attacked by Grammont's servants (Sept. 1530), 871.
-, English, to the emperor at Bologna in 1530, bow composed; (the carl of Wiltshire, Drs. Lee, Stockley) and others, 432.
-, -, object of, 424.
-, -, favourably received by the emperor, 517,
-, -, bad result of the, 507.
-, -, rumour spread of its having been sent at the emperor's own request, i. 477.
-, -, Henry charges Chapuys with having been the chief promoter of it, ii. 508.
-, -, -, but Norfolk assures him afterwards that it was entirely Clement's doing, ibid.
-, English, to France, Carew (Sir Nicholas) sent by Henry on an, to Charles, in 1531, 257, 428.
-, imperial, in London, damage caused by fire in the hotel of the, ii. 819.
Emberes, v. Antwerp.
Embrun (Hautes Alpes, France), bishop of, v. Tournon.
Empoli, in Tuscany, 337 note.
-, to be besieged, 524, 549–50.
-, taken by the imperialists, 541, 570–1, 577, 595, 868.
Embs (Ems, in Nassau), Didier d', brother-in-law of the marquis de Mus, ii. 313 note.
-, Marco d', v. Sittig.
Enart, Euart, v. Hannart.
Enckewoërt, Wilhelm, cardinal of Tortosa, 2, 74, 741.
Enfield, royal manor of, in Middlesex, queen Katharine at (Sept. 1532), ii. 512.
-, -, letter dated from, 994.
Enghien, count of, v. Bourbon.
Engineers, several sent to repair the castles on the Scottish frontier, ii. 337.
-, one sent to Henry by Francis to help in the construction of harbours and ports on the coast of England, ii. 609.
England, the ports of, and that of Dover particularly, closed in Sept. 1530, 707, 721.
-, -, various reasons assigned for that measure, 711, 720–21.
-, an undertaking against, advised by Chapuys in April 1533, ii. 630.
England, an undertaking against, the easiest thing in the world, and the only remedy if Anne Boleyn's machinations are to he defeated, ibid.
-, -, or the stopping of the trade of Flanders and Spain with, ii. 854, 864.
-, -, as king Henry has no cavalry, not well trained infautry, nor experienced captains, except the duke of Norfolk and two or three more, ii. 631.
-, -, and it is doubtful whether he will get assistance from France, ii. 631.
-, all fortresses and castles on the borders to be strengthened against an invasion of the Scots (Jan. 1532), ii. 377.
-, -, marshal of, v. Suffolk and Brandon.
-, the charge of, to be given to Thomas Boleyu, 326.
-, admiral of, v. Fitzroy.
-, the two chief justices of, at a meeting of the privy council (7 May 1533), ii. 669.
-, advices from, sent by Chapuys, 1532, 1186.
English alarmed at the news of the emperor having gone to Flanders, ii. 3.
-, -, and at the idea of a foreign in vasion, ii. 630.
Engrave (Landgrave), v. Hesse.
Enriquez, D. Alonso, admiral of Castille, ii. 112, 452.
-, -, nephew of, sent to Rome, ibid.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 680.
- D. Fadrique, admiral of Castille, ii. 919–20.
-, Felipa, 101.
-, Rodrigo, nephew of the admiral of Castille, arrival of, in Genoa, ii. 491.
-, -, his mission to Monaco, ii. 576.
-, de Ribera D. Fadrique, marquis de Tarifa, 885.
Envers, v. Antwerp.
Equerry, grand, or master of the horse to Henry, v. Carew.
-, -, to Charles, v. Montfort.
Erasmus of Rotterdam, one of his friends (Simon Grinæus) comes to London, ii. 177.
Eraso, Francisco de, one of the emperor's secretaries, 334 note; ii. 432, 912.
Erskine [de Haltoun] Thomas, secretary to king James of Scotland, sent on a mission to Rome (1531), ii. 83–8, 101, 115, 128, 907.
-, -, returns to Scotland, ii. 912.
Erthcrningen, Jean, ii. 903.
Escalenga, imperial captain, said to have offered Clement, when a prisoner in Sant Angelo, to take him out in disguise for a sum of 10,000 ducats, ii. 129; v. Scalengues.
Escalona, duke of, v. Lopez Pacheco.
Escanyo (Ascanio), v. Colonoa.
Escaygne (?), sent with money to Chalon's camp before Florence, 373.
Escopetas, fowling-pieces presented to the emperor by his brother, Ferdinand, 431.
Escoriaza, Dr.—, the emperor's physician, ii. 42, 197, 449, 780.
-, -, letters to the empress on the emperor's illness, 618, 953.
Esher, in Surrey, cardinal Wolsey at, 195, 234, 370; ii. 961.
Espellies, v. Spolle.
Espès, D. Raymond d', Int. xxii.
Espezia (Spezza), la, letter dated at, 1155.
Espinola, v. Spinola.
Esquirça, light-vessel used on the coast of Greece, ii. 518.
Esquire, grand, to Henry VIII. See Carew, Wotton.
-, -, to Charles, v. Montfort.
Esquivel, Alonso de, chief waiter to Katharine of Aragou, 887.
-, -, of Seville, 445.
Essex, earl of, v. Bourchier.
Esslinghen, town in Würtenberg, 100; ii. 202–3.
-, -, diet of, ii. 957.
Este, Alfonso d', duke of Ferrara, 166, 245.
-, -, goes to Venice in disguise to attend a meeting of the confederates, 22, 49.
-, -, ready to join the league, and raising troops, 65.
-, -, secretary of, in Rome, making overtures to Miçer Mai, 82, 208, 706.
-, -, requested to restore Carpi to count Alberto Pio, 132.
-, -, said to be raising troops for fear of an attack upon Modena and Reggio, which he unduly retains, 179.
-, -, Clement's claims on those two towns and others, 185, 287, 561.
-, -, has an interview with Charles at the ferry between Ferrara and Bologna, 290, 320.
-, -, Louise de Savoie intercedes for, 313.
-, -, refuses to give up Modena and Reggio to the pope, 404.
-, -, expected at Bologna for the emperor's coronation, 471.
-, -, acts as proxy for the duke of Mantua, 496.
-, -, makes overtures to Mai at Ferrara, and professes fidelity to the emperor (May 1530), 514, 536, 539.
-, -, proposes that his differences with Clement be settled at Rome, 561.
-, -, sends a lawyer to Rome to defend his suit there, 539.
-, -, insists, however, upon keeping Modena and Reggio, but proposes that the case be submitted to the emperor's arbitration, 561.
-, -, his arrival and stay at Venice (25 May 1530), 554, 561, 573.
-, -, calls upon Niño and tells him that his only object in coming to Venice is to solace himself and settle his debt to the signory, 573.
-, -, asked to dismiss the Florentine ambassador from his court, 603.
-, -, reported levies of men in his estate and in Venice, 592.
-, -, suspected of secretly favouring the Florentines, 595.
-, -, and of having furnished them with money and provisions, 867.
-, -, his negotiations with Clement suddenly suspended, and the suspicious of the imperial ministers aroused in consequence, 636, 644.
-, -, forwards to Francis a copy of a pampblet by the imperial lawyers, 701.
-, -, if attacked by Clement, Francis must defend him, 731.
-, -, again in Venice (Oct. 1530), to renew his alliance with the signory for fear of Clement, 754.
-, -, his conversation with Niñno, and protestations of regard for the emperor, 754–5.
-, -, negotiates with the Venetians, and with the pope at the same time, 786.
-, -, prevents the English ambassadors from procuring the opinions of doctors in his estate, 836.
-, -, again accused of having furnished the Florentines with money and provisions, 867.
-, -, the emperor's award respecting Modena and Reggio, ii. 29, 151, 190.
-, -, on no account will Clement consent to Modena and Reggio remaining in the hands of, ii. 56, 76.
-, -, joins the Italian defensive league against Francis, ii. 620.
-, -, agent of, in Rome, v. Albolotto and Ghiliui.
-, -, in France, v. Manfredo.
-, -, in England, 197, 303.
-, -, still in Venice (Sept. 1532), ii. 521.
-, -, accused by Clement of having forged two or three eiphered letters from him to his nuncio in France, and having forwarded them to the emperor (Sept. 1531), ii. '241.
-, -,-, in which he professes to be the friend of Henry and Francis, and begs them to do their utmost to prevent the meeting of the council, ii. 242.
Este, Ercole d', son of Alfonso, married in 1527 to Renée de France, duehess of Chartres, 404, 653, 782.
-, -, with the Venetians, 16, 49,
-, -, leaves the service of Florence, 113, 193, 201; ii. 962.
-, -, duke of Chartres in Franco, 639; ii. 51.
-, -, recommended by Mai, 537, 565, 567.
Estevan (Estevão), a Portuguese, v. Ahneyda.
Estieune, Dr., v. Gardyner (Stephen).
Evangelisa, papal secretary, 39, 161.
Evol, viscount of, v. Castro.
Evora, in Portugal, letter dated at, 647.
Exeter, marquis of, v. Courtney.
-, -, marchioness of, v. Blount.
Expectativa, meaning of, ii. 903.
Ezck, John W. de, bishop of Funfkirkhen, 50.