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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Faber, John, bishop of Vienna, in Austria, ii. 505.
Fabra, Isabel, Int. xxii.
Fadrique, v. Frederic.
Faenza, in the leg. of Ravenna, ii. 561.
-, -, cardinal, bishop of, v. Pio da Carpi.
Falconetto, v. Monfalconet.
Falier, Faliero, Ludovico, Venetian ambassador in England (1529–32), 197, 467, 513, 626, 653, 663, 819, 820, 863; ii. 44, 114, 709–10, 973, 976.
-, -, his secretary, v. Moriano.
-, -, negotiates, 381–3, 617, 628.
-, -, goes to Greenwich upon very pressing business of the signory, 709–10.
-, -, despatches a courier, who is not allowed to embark at Dover, ibid.
-, -, quits, and is succeeded by Capello (Sept. 1531), ii. 513, 993.
Fallemue (Falmouth), ii. 176.
Farce, one of Wolsey going down to Hell, acted at the house of the earl of Wiltshire for the entertainment of the French ambassador, ii. 40.
-, -, who blames the earl and the duke of Norfolk for having it printed, ii. 41.
Farfa, ex-abbot of, v. Orsino (Napoleone).
Farnese, cardinal Alessandro, archbishop elect of Parma, dean of the sacred college, 13, 113, 152, 168, 611.
-, -, appointed with Santa Croce and Medici to receive the emperor at Genoa, 143, 152.
-, -, Praet's opinion of, 143.
-, -, speaks in favour of a league of the Christian powers against the Turk, ii. 343.
-, -, accompanies Clement to Bologna (Oct. 1532), ii. 542.
-, -, his nephews (Pier Luigi and Ranuccio), ii. 542.
Farnese, Pier Luigi, condottiere in the imperial service, 13.
-, -, a company of Italian infantry under him sacks some villages, 152.
Faucigny, baron de, v. Savoie (Philippe de).
Faulx, v. Fox.
Fausto, Greek professor in Venice, 49.
Favignana, Faviñana, v. Gavinana.
Faviseno, Giachetto, 558 note.
Federico, Frederico, Frederigo, Micer, secretary to Girolamo Sclède, the papal nuncio to Spain, 200; v. Rosario.
Fees (Fez), king of, ii. 706, 798.
Felice Madona, v. Orsino, 750.
Feliu de la Peña, Int. x.
Ferdinand, the Catholic, king of Spain, alluded to, 703, 881.
-, and Isabella of Spain, ii. 738.
-, (Fernando), infante of Spain, third son of Charles V. and of the empress Isabella, 6th Nov. 1529.
-, -, death of, 396, 668, 669.
-, archduke of Austria, king of Bohemia and Hungary, brother of Charles V., 21, 24–5, 89, 114, 145, 165, 260, 495, 511, 657; ii. 6, 13, 65, 122–3, 309.
-, -, his election as king of the Romans to be promoted, 404.
-, -, much praised by Norfolk, 626.
-, -, money lent to, by his brother the emperor, 668.
-, -, to be crowned king of the Romans, 714.
-, -, coronation of, at Aix-la-Chapelle, ii. 35.
-, -, false report of his having been taken prisoner by the Lutheran princes on his return from the diet, ii. 7, 69, 72.
-, -, likely to prevent any fresh invasion of Germany by the Turk, ii. 289.
-, -, his interference in the affairs of Italy dislihed by the emperor, ii. 779.
-, -, his differences with the vayvod of Transylvania, Zapolsky, ii. 807.
-, -, letters to his brother the emperor (1530), 277.
-, -, -, to count Leonardo Nogarolo (1529), 138.
-, -, -, to Martin de Salinas (1529), 141, 203.
-, -, -, to Solyman, emperor of the Turks (1529), 80.
-, -, -, duke of Calabria, v. Aragon.
Fermano, Juan, to be recalled from exile, 491.
Fernandez, Gonzalo, the emperor's chaplain, sent by him to Ireland, 51–5, 184; ii. 956.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 24.
Fernandez, Gonzalo, petition, 26.
-, de Cordoba, v. Gonzalo, duke of Sessa, 185 note.
-, D. Luis, ambassador at Rome, alluded to, 160.
-, de Quiñones, Bernardino, count of Luna, 648 note.
-, -, son of, captured by pirates, ii. 9, 78.
-, Fr. Francisco, general of the Franciscans, and cardinal, v. Quiñones.
-, de Velasco, D. Iñigo, high constable of Castille, second duke of Frias (d. 1528), ii. 960, 976, 997.
-, D. Iñigo II., marquis de Berlanga (d. 1585), 184; ii. 960, 976.
-, D. Pedro, third duke of Frias (1528–59), appointed for the receipt of ransom and delivery of hostages at the frontier of Spain, 437, 458, 554, 560; ii. 960, 976.
-, -, instructions to, 253.
-, -, differences with Anne de Montmorency, 614.
Fernando, son of the emperor (6th Nov. 1529) 387, 396 note.
-,-, death of, 669.
-, the infante, eldest son of archduke Ferdinand, king of Hungary and Bohemia, birth of, 128.
Ferramosca, Cesare, a Neapolitan, the emperor's equerry, alluded to, 541, 568.
-, count Miniano or Mignano, 541, 568.
Ferrandes, Gonçalo, v. Fernandez.
Ferrara, duchy of, Clement's claims upon the, 185, 536, 539, 561, 580, 700; ii. 190, 417.
-, -, tract on the business of, forwarded by Mai to the emperor, 782.
-, -, negociations at Rome by duke Alfonso's agents, 786.
-, -, the affair submitted to the emperor's arbitration, 561.
-, -, Clement not at all disposed to yield in the business of, ii. 69, 76.
-, -, rather inclined to give up Modena than renounce to his rights on, ii. 69.
-, -, Charles's decision in May 1531, ii. 151, 190, 290.
-, -, at which Clement complains most bitterly, declaring that it is both unjust and offensive, and that matters might have been left as they were, ii. 151–2.
-, -, the emperor's arbitral sentence, though generally considered just and impartial, held by Henry as favourable to his views, ii. 153.
-, -, plan for taking possession of, spoken of at Rome, ii. 249.
-, -, ambassador of, in London, 197.
-, -, in Paris (II Manfredo?), his letters intercepted by Scalenga, 681.
-, -, duke of, v. Este.
-, -, city, 287, 320, 536, 539, 561, 570, 577, 580, 592; ii. 455.
-, -, the duke of Mantua at (5th Oct. 1530), 754.
-, -, festivals at, for the liberation of Francis's sons, 653.
-, city, letters dated at the ferry between, and Bologna, 207.
-, the English ambassadors trying to obtain votes at, in favour of the divorce, 780, 836.
Ferrer, Bartholomé, treasurer in Spain, 187.
-, -, death of, 733.
Ferrer Beltran, a Catalonian merchant in Venice, 491.
Ferreras, Felipe de, 152.
Ferriol, Mossen Anton, Int. xxii.
Ferriz, son of treasurer Gurrea, asking for employment at the court of Ferdinand, 68.
Ferrucci, Francesco, commissary general of the Florentines; takes Volterra, 541.
-, -, slain (1 Aug. 1530) by Fabricio Marramaldo, 679.
Ferrucho, Francesco, v. Ferrucci.
Feuwillain, v. Fitzwilliam.
Fichino (Figlino?), in Tuscany; Ferrante Gonzago with his forces at, 717.
Fiçuatre, v. Fitzwalter?
Figlino (?) in Tuscany, v. Fichino.
Figueroa, v. Suarez de Figueroa.
-, regent and president of the Sumaria at Naples, ii. 504, 634, 658.
Final, marquis de, in command of the Genoese galleys against Moorish pirates (1531), ii. 92.
Filonardo, Ennio, bishop of Veroli, sent by Clement on a mission to the Catholic cantons of Switzerland (1531–2), ii. 65, 312–13, 304, 325, 396, 434, 436, 442, 467, 503, 733, 762, 803, 852, 855, 886.
Finances, council of the, in Spain, 183, note.
Finario, de, a Jacobite, 761.
Firenzuola, in Tuscany, taken by the imperialists, 249.
Fisher, John, bishop of Rochester (Vigorniensis), of the queen's council, 197, 335; ii. 71, 175.
-, -, preaches against the divorce,(25 June 1529) 159, (1532) ii. 465.
-, -, writes against it, 386.
-, -, his book to be printed in Flanders, and circulated in Spain, 818.
-, -, preparing to defeat the arguments of Gabriello, the Jew, 818.
-, -, his treatise on the divorce 832–3.
-, -, forwarded to Clement by Katharine's desire, 847.
-, -, summoned before the archbishop of Canterbury, 852–3.
-, -, warned by Chapuys not to attempt to argue the case, 853.
-, -, brother of, ii. 79.
-, -, his work, ibid.
-, -, leaves for his diocese (2 March 1531), 79–80.
-, -, tells Chapuys that the King has tried to corrupt him, ii. 39, 40.
-, -, preaches again against Henry's divorce (25 June 1532), ii. 465.
-, -, conversation of, with Chapuys, ii. 601.
-, -, sent to the Tower (April 1353), ii. 629.
-, -, advises prompt action at Rome, ii. 821.
-, -, implicated in the Nun's trial, and attainted, ii. 857.
-, -, in frequent communication with Chapuys, ii. 357, 813.
-, -, his works, ii. 134, 296, 912–3.
Fitzgerald, Gerald, earl of Kildare, to be sent with a body of men to Ireland, 536; ii. 822.
-, Lord Thomas, tenth earl of Kildare, prisoner in the Tower, 536.
-, -, released, 471.
-, -, lieutenant-governor of Ireland, his fidelity suspected, ii. 822.
-, Thomas, earl of Desmond, 51, 54, 134.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 143.
-, -, answer, 84.
Fitzroy, Henry, duke of Richmond, natural son of Henry VIII., high lord admiral of England, 215, 238, 360; ii. 96.
-, -, to marry a daughter of the duke of Norfolk , 468, 762; ii. 787, 868, 996.
-, -, about to go to France with the son of the duke of Norfolk, ii. 555.
-, -, to go to Wales at the head of a force, ii. 886.
Fitzwalter, v. Ratclyffe.
Fitzwilliam, Sir William, captain of Guisnes (1524), treasurer of the household (1526–37), 475, ii. 972, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster (1530–42), 304; ii. 966.
-, -, on a mission to France, 104–5, 107–9.
-, -, appointed to succeed Sir Thomas More, 304.
-, -, sent to Oxford by the king, 475, 488.
-, -, of the king's privy council, ii. 12, 22, 156, 669, 699.
-, -, opposes the King's second marriage, ii. 177, 699.
Flanders and the Netherlands, 18, 161, 400, 633, 653, 676; ii, 197, 227.
-, to be visited by Charles, 811.
-, an interview with the emperor in, proposed by Francis (1530), 817.
-, governess of, v. Margaret of Austria.
-, -, her death (1 Dec. 1530), and appointment of Mary of Hungary in 1531 to govern, ii. 4–6.
-, the coast of, to be fortified, ii. 4, 5.
-, certain differences said to exist between Charles and Francis respecting the delimitation of lands and property in, ii. 13.
-, Henry's inquiries about, ii. 610.
-, rumours of war to be purposely circulated in, to produce an alarm among the English merchants, ii. 811, 828.
Flandre, Louis de, sieur de Praët, Int. vii.; 76, 135, 138, 148–9.
-, -, frequently called Prato, and mistaken for Antoine du Prat, 120–21.
-, -, appointed extraordinary ambassador to Clement, 121, 149.
-, -, lands at Genoa, 153.
-, -, has audience of the pope at Rome, 163, 279.
-, -, leaves for France, 282, 285.
-, -, passes through Bologna, 320.
-, -, signs as witness the ratification of the treaty of Barcelona, 375.
-, -, -,as as well as the agreement with the duke Sforza (Dec. 1529), 375.
-, -, at the court of France as imperial ambassador (1530–31), 105, 107, 307, 458, 469–70, 487, 569, 630, 692, 744.
-, -, answer given by Francis to, respecting the meeting of a general council, ii. 120, 128.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 85, 105, 106, 115, 116, 119, 122, 133, 134, 140, 142, 150, 158, 163, 165, 179, 180.
-, -, -, to the president of Burgundy, 280.
-, -, -, to, from the emperor, 39.
Flemings, the earl of Desmond in Ireland asks for a succour of 500, 53.
-, merchants in London, one particularly recommended to Chapuys by Katharine, ii. 474.
-, v. Merchants.
Fleur de lis, jewel so called from its shape, pawned by Maximilian, the emperor, 276–7, 285, 383, 388, 411, 419, 425–6, 428, 430.
-, negociations in England for its recovery, 370, 435, 458, 460–1, 467, 469, 530–1.
-, entrusted to Sir Francis Brian, 460–1, 470.
Fleury, groom-in-waiting to king Francis, sent on a mission to Scotland (June, 1532).
Flodden, battle of, James IV. of Scotland slain at, Int. xviii.
Florence, revolution in, 16, 21.
-, favouring the league against Charles and the Pope, 15, 19.
-, expedition against, planned, 163, 178.
-, the prince of Orange in command of the Imperial troops against, 163, 191, 193.
-, sends an embassy to Charles, 167, 184.
-, letters intercepted and read at, 77, 181.
-, hopes of its submission entertained, 191, 193.
-, invested, 266, 282, 379, 402, 569, 577.
-, Clement tells the imperial ambassadors (Praët and Mai) that the idea of attacking, originated with the emperor, 289.
-, the contemptuous terms in which Clement speaks of "its liberties," a further proof of his desire to re-establish therein the rule of the Medici, 291.
-, reduced to extremities, 549.
-, offers to capitulate, 642–3.
-, consul of, in France disputes with Chancellor Prat, 561.
-, the pope and the imperial ambassdors consulted about the terms of the capitulation, 694.
-, Muxetula's opinion, 694.
-, would not make so stout a defence were it not for the encouragement and money received from Francis and Henry, 567.
-, levies of men in Ferrara and Venice for the relief of, 592, 525.
-, consul of, in London, receives despatches from France, 617.
-, -, letters of, intercepted, 674, 681.
-, on the point of surrender, 668, 685.
-, capitulates (12 Aug. 1530), 694, 700; ii. 208.
-, affray between Spaniards and Italians at the camp before, 705.
-, a miracle that the city did not rise in consequence, 705.
-, Malatesta and Colonna not to remain inside of, or else the city to be occupied by 2,000 Spaniards and Germans, 705.
-, the German garrison of, to be removed, 784–5.
-, the future government of, discussed, 8–9, 851, 870.
-, to join the defensive league, ii, 29.
-, Clement thanks the emperor for the final settlement of the question, ii. 37, 56.
-, his (Clement's) ideas concerning the new constitution to be given to, ii. 54.
-, a paper on the future constitution of, and the form of its government, sent by Clement to the emperor (1531), ii. 54.
-, Alessandro de' Medici reception in, ii. 147.
-, deed of investiture in favour of Margaret and Alessandro de' Medici, 417.
-, proclamation (6 July 1531), 762.
-, letters dated at, 233, 441–42, 713, 762.
Florentines, 33, 114, 201, 282, 318, 329.
-, intercept imperial despatches, 77, 80, 165, 181.
-, despatch a secret agent to Rome to watch Orange's movements, 176.
-, their plans of defence if attacked, 211.
-, summoned to contribute towards the Turkish war, 304.
-, the kings of France and England promise money to the, 405, 561.
-, to be compelled to do their duty towards the pope, 462.
-, attacked by the imperialists, 569, 577.
-, much praised by Henry for their constancy and courage during the siege, 509.
-, Henry and Francis promise to help them, 561.
-, defeated in a sortie, 610.
-, their consul in London (Francesco Bardi), 375–6, 522.
-, in Lyons, v. Carducci.
-, fuorusciti or emigrants in France, 561.
-, Francis agrees to pay his debt to the, 561.
-, -, and threatens to furnish them with money and provisions unless Clement accedes to Henry's wishes concerning the divorce, 587.
-, ask Henry for a loan, 632.
-, -, and are refused, in consequence of which he is no favourite with them, 632.
-, offer to capitulate, 642–3.
-, negociations broken, 646.
-, place great trust in Malatesta Baglione, who betrays them in the end, 680.
-, their consul in London opens a subscription in their favour, 375–6.
-, willing to let the Spaniards sack their city rather than surrender to the pope, 682.
-, renew the negociations, 685.
-, reduced to great extremities, 685.
-, willing to let the Spaniards into their city rather than surrender to the pope, 686.
-, Henry sends them money and encourages them to the defence, 691.
-, -, writes in their favour, 719.
-, join the emperor and Clement in the defensive league, 727.
-, had they not come to terms with the emperor, king Henry would certainly have undertaken the defence of their city, 740.
-, the minds of the, still very unsettled, owing to the intrigues of cardinal Ippolito, ii. 54.
Florez, Pe. Enrique, his "Reynas Catolicas de España," quoted, 387, 396, 499; ii. 743, 745, 790, 816.
Florie, Florio, v. Fleury.
Flour and wheat; to be procured in England for the Algiers expedition and victualling of the imperial galleys, ii. 83, 266.
-, application for, made by Chapuys, not granted, ii. 98.
Foglieta, Agostino, Roman lawyer, pension on the see of Mazzara to, 12.
Foix, Germaine de, widow of Ferdinand the Catholic, 152; ii. 334.
Foix, Odet de, sieur de Lautrec, alluded, 10, 122, 384.
-, -Candale, Margaret, marchioness of Saluzzo, ii. 9.
Foligno, in Tuscany, the prince of Orange at, 172, 191–2, 284.
-, letters dated at, 187.
Folleta v. Foglieta.
Foncio, Bartholomeo, ii. 315.
Fondi, ii. 966.
Fonseca, D. Alonso de, archbishop of Santiago (1508–24), of Toledo (1524–34), of the emperor's privy council, Int. xxv., 102 note, 183, 352 note, 826; ii. 76, 93, 125, 145, 216, 266, 756 note.
-, letters to the emperor, 710, 728.
-, D. Antonio de, 568, 591.
-, Galeazzo, imperial agent in the East, 543.
-, Geronimo de, passes himself off at Rome as Ferdinand's agent, 61.
-, -, assumes that he has been appointed to succeed Andrea Burgo there, ii. 120, 504.
-, -, notice of, Int. xi.
Ford, Richard, bishop of Winchester, alluded to, 885.
Forest, Fath., warder of a convent of Observants at Greenwich, Katharine's confessor; preaches a sermon, and decries the marriage in contemplation, ii. 427–8.
Forli (Romagna), 290; ii. 561.
Formentera, island of, one of the Balearic, 321; ii. 468.
Formicedo (Fornicedo?), servant of Alonso de Esquivel in London, 885, 887.
Fornari, banker of Naples, his debts to the Capuan, 185, 568.
Fornizedo, v. Formizedo.
Fortes, Catalina, a nun of Toledo, once lady-in-waiting to queen Katharine, to be interrogated, 885–6.
-, -, treasurer, also called Morales, 886.
Fortuna, bishop of, v. Faenza, 490.
Fowling-pieces presented by Ferdinand to his brother Charles, 431.
Fox, Dr. Edward, sent by Henry to Cambridge to obtain the seal of the university in favour of the, divorce, 467.
-, -, forming part of the meeting held at Warham's house in Dec. 1530, 852.
-, -, returns from France (20 Dec.),858.
-, -, a gallant, able, and indefatigable champion of Henry's cause, ii. 152.
-, -, again to France (4 May 1531), ii. 152–3.
-, -, his mission, having for principal object the divorce suit, ii. 152.
-, -, to go afterwards to Rome for the same purpose, ii. 155.
-, -, at Paris in July 1531, trying to obtain the votes of the university, ii. 212, 226.
-, -, again sent to France in Sept., 248.
-, -, in London with the French ambassador, ii. 463–4.
-, -, at the privy council, ii. 669, 672.
Fragastor, Avantin, of Verona, 258.
Fragoso, Fregoso, Cesare, 559, 521; ii. 849, 869.
-, -, Fredcrico, archbishop of Salerno his law-suit with Bartholomeo Gattinara, ii. 186.
Fray and Frey, both from frater; distinction introduced in Spain between the words, 122 note.
France, news from, 162, 764; ii. 22, 29. 329, 103, 486–7.
-, in weak condition after the battle of Pavia, without men or money, 615.
-, the sons of, (François, the dauphin, and Henry duke of Orleans), hostages in Spain for their father, 184, 243–4, 405, 409, 411, 487, 615.
-, -, their delivery at the frontier retarded from various causes, 458, 523, 553.
-, -, dispute about the ransom money, 517.
-, -, effected at last, 653.
-, cardinal of, v. Grammont, Tarbes.
-, general estates or parliament of, 488.
-, affairs of, discussed between Chapuys and Norfolk, ii. 13.
-, all churches or bishoprics in, to be in future provided "a nominatione," ii. 180, 184.
-, the grant thereof to be understood only during Francis' reign, but renewable afterwards, ibid.
-, afflicted by the plague, and full of Lutherans (Dec. 1530), 839.
-, two gentlemen from, arrive in London (May 1533); one of them knighted by Henry, ii. 682.
-, Jeanne de, wife of Louis XI., repudiated, ii. 425.
-, Madeleine de, daughter of Francis I., v. Madeleine.
-, Renée de, v. Renée.
Francesco, l'Esendiere, count Pontremoli, groom of Francis' chamber, 180, 185.
-, - on a mission to the Florentines, 635, 643, 652, 675.
-, -, -, to Rome, as ambassador for Francis' private affairs, 50; v. François.
Francesillo, his burlesque chronicle of Charles, ii. 997; v. Quñiga.
-, diet of the Lutheran princes to be held at, in 1531, ii. 202.
-, attended by the duke of Saxony and landgrave of Hesse, ii. 202.
Francho, Hieronymo, his advices from Cambray, 102.
Francis I., king of France (1515–47), 16, 20, 41, 47; ii. 733, 812, 837, 847.
-, -, arrives at Compiègne with his mother Louise, previous to the conferences for the peace of Cambray, 106.
-, -, said to be fitting out his galleys according to the stipulation of Cambray, 205
-, -, interview with the emperor proposed by, 258.
-, -, promises his help against the Turk if released from the payment of half the ransom, 291.
-, -, negociates with the Swiss, 334.
-, -, -, sends them money, 824.
-, -, desirous to keep the terms of the peace of Cambray, 457.
-, -, the delivery of his sons to be, effected at or near Fuenterabia, on the Spanish frontier, 458.
-, -, 100,000 cr. to be paid to Margaret of Austria by, 459.
-, -, sons of king, hostages for their father's ransom, 184, 283, 553–4, 594, 613, 615; ii. 964.
-, -, Henry contributes 100,000 cr. towards it, 477.
-, -, a groom of the chamber to, with letters to the signory of Venice and to the French ambassador there, 653.
-, -, sends a messenger to Charles to announce the consummation of his marriage [with queen Eleanor], to intercede for the Neapolitan "fuorusciti," and ask for the restitution of his galleys, 685.
-, -, dismisses the Italian refugees from his court, 698, 701.
-, -, hates the pope, and if he can only agree with the emperor will work for his deposition, 732.
-, -, anxious to get the duchy of Milan, which he claims as his own, 757, 777, 836, 843.
-, -, has secret intelligences in Genoa, 777.
-, -, disinclined to pay his quota towards the expenses of the Turkish war, 793-4.
-, -, -, on the excuse that he owes the Emperor and the king of England large sums of money, 794.
-, -, offers to attack the Turk in the Holy Land, ii. 14, 31, 35.
-, -, asks Clement for the right of patronage over the churches in France, ii. 19.
-, -, his relations with the Swiss, ii. 129, 130, 631.
-, -, suspected of having made alliance with the Turk, ii. 137.
-, -, tries to prevent Charles' return from Germany, ii. 330.
-, -, in Britany, ii. 454-5.
-, -, would not scruple making alliance with the Turk, if he could only get possession of Milan through it, ii. 459.
-, -, proposals sent by, to the Venetians respecting Milan, ii. 459.
-, -, offers to send his fleet to defend Italy against the Turk, ii. 458.
-, -, whilst he is secretly negociating with the Turk and with the Lutherans, ii. 484.
-, -, ill with fever, ii. 742.
-, -, writes a letter to the pope on behalf of Henry, but not so explicit as the latter might have wished, 749.
-, -, endeavours to get possession any how of the duchy of Milan, which he says belongs to him and to his sons, ii. 757.
-, -, letter to Clement, 505.
-, -, -, to the duke of Albany, 507.
Franciscans, an Italian, one of the principal writers in favour of Henry's divorce, 858; ii, 337.
-, general of the, at Rome, 799; ii. 800.
-, of Augsburg, ii. 306.
-, in France, said to be unwell, ii. 805.
-, two English, cast in prison, ii. 128, 441, 451.
-, at the court of Henry, ii. 337.
Francisque, French courier, 675.
François, l'Escuyer, also called Francesco, count Pontremoli, sent by Francis to Florence and Venice on a mission, 180, 185, 635, 643, 653.
-, -, to Rome, to obtain terms for the Florentines, 664, 675, 706, 750.
-, -, again in Rome for an unknown mission (June 1531), ii. 185.
Frangapani, Frangipani, an Italian established in Croatia, goes backwards and forwards to Turkey in the vayvode's interest, 335, 827-8.
Frascata (Frascati), the lady of, widow of Marco Antonio Colonna, 560.
-, -, her daughter married to François de Rupt, sieur de Waury, 165, 560.
Frederic I., emperor of Germany, surnamed Barbarossa, alluded, 320.
-, duke of Holstein, king of Denmark and Norway (1523-33), 795; ii. 676.
-, -, death of (1533), ii. 818.
-, count palatine of the Rhine, 317, 56 note, 796.
-, -, attending the emperor's coronation at Bologna, 484.
-, -, the emperor's debt to, 186, 188, 316, 336, 478, 509, 568, 575; ii. 56 note.
-, -, attends the diet of Nüremberg, ii. 474-5
-, -, agent of, arrives in London (Nov. 1533) for the ostensible purpose of procuring horses and hunting dogs for his master, ii. 841-2, 855.
-, -, suspected by Chapuys, who sets spies on him, ii. 842.
-, -, his proposed marriage to queen Mary of Hungary, ii. 5.
-, -, -, to Margaret of Monferrato, ibid.
-, -, -, to Dorothea of Denmark, daughter of king Christiern II., ii. 9.
-, (Fadrique IV.), king of Naples, ii. 973.
Fregoso v. Fragoso.
Friars, one, son of a Milanese gentleman, takes to Mai a message from Francesco Sforza, 150.
-, several Venetian and Paduan, give opinion in favour of Henry's divorce, 663, 695.
-, Sienese, preaches Lutheran doctrines, 67.
-, Dominican and Franciscan, at Ausburg, recalled, ii. 306.
-, one at Venice shows to the bishop of Vaison (Sclède) a written opinion in favour of Henry's divorce, 563.
-, a Spanish, cotemporary of St. Dominic, (XII. cent.); passage in his work considered favourable to Henry's divorce, 582.
-, one from England sent to Rome on Katharine's behalf, 581.
-, two English, visit queen Katharine at Bugden, ii. 292.
-, various English, accused of complicity with the Nun of Kent, ii. 857.
Frias, duke of, v. Fernandez de Velasco.
Frigol, v. Friul.
Friul, Friuli, 489; ii. 467, 521.
Frith, the scholar, burnt as heretic (12 July 1533), ii. 996.
Frusolone (Frosinone), in the Roman states, 648.
Fualtre, lord, v. Fitzwalter.
Fucares, v. Fuggers.
Fuente Rabia (Fontarrabia), in Biscay, chosen for the delivery of the hostages, 247, 313, 457-8, 488, 743, 746-7, 771, 776, 783-4.
-, -, letters dated at, 280.
Fuentes, Bachelor, paper of, on the divorce.
Fundi, Naples, 558.
Fünfkirchen (Pecs), in Hungary, 50.
-, taken and destroyed by the Turks (1529), 169.
-, bishop of, v. Ezék.
Fuggers, the, bankers at Ausburg, 492, 742-3, 746-7, 776, 783-4; ii. 351, 780.
Fuorusciti, Neapolitan and Sicilian, in Rome, 44, 48, 88, 573.
-, -, some of them spies of Mai and in his pay, 88.
-, -, Italian, in France; sent away from court and ordered to quit France, 602, 637, 698, 701, 824.
-, -, money given by Francis to the, 701, 727, 867, 873.
-, -, in Bologna, 577.
-, Neapolitan, in Venice, 134, 546, 589.
-, -, continually spreading most alarming rumours, 526, 573.
-, Sienese, 22.
-, Milanese, and others in France, 673, 701.
-, -, from Padua and Piacenza, 490.
Fusta, fustee, light-vessel, 17.