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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Gabriello, Marco, a converted Jew, living at Rome, consulted by the English ambassadors respecting Henry's divorce, 335.
-, -, invited to come to England, 761.
-, -, the Imperial ambassadors take measures for his arrest, 825, 842, 844.
-, -, in London, 45.
Gachard, keeper of the archives in Belgium Int. xiv., 88 note; ii. 42.
-, -, his "Analectes Belgiques" and other historical works quoted, ii. 967.
Gaddi, Thaddeo, cardinal archbishop of Cosenza, 61, 119; ii. 121.
-, -, going to Bologna in Clement's suite, ii. 556.
-, -, rich abbey in France given to (1533), ii. 887.
Gaeta, town of Naples, held by Renzo da Ceri for the French, 40.
-, -, to be fortified, ii. 904.
Galfrigidius, Geof., secretary to the earl of Desmond, 54.
Gaetano, cardinal of San Sixto, 556, 565, 613, 660; ii. 195, 909, 915.
Gaiazzo, Gayazzo, count Ludovico, 258, 260; ii. 232, 965-6.
Gaietano, v. Gaetano.
Galapagar, village between Madrid and the Escurial, ii. 216.
Galarza, Beltran de, 841.
Galindez de Carvajal, Lorenzo, ii. 83.
-, -, his paper on the legitimacy of Henry's marriage to Katharine, 649.
Gallache, count, v. Visconti (Galeazzo).
Gallease (Galleazo) v. Visconti.
Galway castle, in Ireland, 54.
Galleys, French, 14 to be delivered at Genoa according to stipulation, 205, 458.
-, -, anchor at Villa Franca di Niça, 478.
-, -, Francis asks the emperor for his, 685.
-, -, armament of, at Marseilles (1531-2), ii. 29, 419, 455.
-, -, and in Britanny, ii. 421.
-, -, supposed to be against Genoa, ii. 32.
-, -, not to be put under Doria, as Francis mistrusts him, ii. 482.
-, -, and offers to send all his, to Italy for the defence of the Roman coast, ii. 458, 483.
-, -, 30, to be ready in March 1533, ii. 834, 849.
-, -, Genoese, with those of Rhodes and Monaco, to sail against the Turk, 795.
-, -, 12 new, set on fire and consumed within the arsenal of Genoa, 478.
-, -, French party in the city suspected, 478.
-, -, encounter of two, with Cachadiablo, the Jew, 635.
-, imperial, a fleet of 29, to touch at Palamos, in Catalonia, 528.
-, -, said to be preparing for the passage of the empress (Isabella) to Flanders, 627.
-, -, to be kept in readiness in case of the emperor returning to Spain by the Mediterranean, ii. 266.
-, -, a powerful fleet of, preparing against Algiers, ii. 308.
-, Moorish, 635; ii. 83.
-, papal, to Barcelona, I.
-, -, to Genoa for the relief of Coron, ii. 687.
-, of Rhodes to meet those of Andrea Doria and of Venice, 543.
-, Sicilian, ii. 194, 321, 546, 569, 687.
-, Turkish, 615; ii. 824.
-, Venetian, bastard, to go to Sicily, 543.
-, -, 60 being armed in May 1529, 15.
-, -, one with five sets of oars (quinquereme), 49.
-, -, 50 in Dec. 1531 to join the enterprise against the Turk, ii. 334.
-, -, one with five tiers of oars (quinquereme), built according to the design of Fausto, 49.
Gallipoli, in Naples, ii. 457.
Galvan (Galway ?), in Ireland, 54.
Gamarra, Mossen Joan de, lord lieutenant in Logroño, &c., Int. xxii.
Gambara, Pietro Andrea, bishop of Faenza, 490; ii. 707.
-, Gambaro, Ganbara, prothonotary Uberto, bishop of Tortona and cardinal, governor of Bologna, 565, 578, 687.
-, -, -, sent by Clement to the emperor, 812-3, 835, 842, 849-50; ii. 17, 69, 137, 159, 482,
-, -, -, the most vicious man in all Italy, 859.
-, -, -, leaves for Germany (20 Dec. 1530), 861.
-, -, -, returns to Rome, ii. 536.
-, -, -, his credentials, 541.
-, count (Julio?), the emperor's chamberlain, and brother of Pietro Andrea, the bishop of Faença, 490.
Game at cards, very prevalent at Henry's court, 391.
-, the duke of Norfolk playing, ii. 43.
Gamez, Gutierre Diez de, Int. xx. note.
Gams, his "Series Episcoporum," &c. quoted, ii. 121, 205, 742 notes, 955, 980, 988.
Gandavium, Gante, v. Ghent.
Garay, Dr.—, master of theology, notice of, Int. xiiv.
-, -, ordered to watch the proceedings of the Sorbonne in the divorce case, 448, 459, 496-7, 527, 587, 597, 621-2, 665, 737; ii. 56, 88, 110.
-, -, and a Flemish doctor, oppose Stockeley's plans, 416.
-, -, obtains a conclusion signed by 15 doctors of the Sorbonne in favour of the queen, 496-7.
-, -, the original of which is taken from him by the rector, 496-7.
-, -, -, and a copy transmitted to the emperor, 497, 500, 550-1, 600, 622.
-, -, -, with remarks and observations by, together with an account of the whole transaction, 670.
-, -, writes a work against Henry's divorce, in Latin and Spanish, 773.
-, -, -, besides a full account of what passed at the Sorbonne of Paris, 773.
-, -, and another against Luther, ii. 355.
-, -, instructed to suspend all applications to the Sorbonne, ibid.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 285, 315, 370, 412, 450, 463, 468.
-, -, -, to the empress Isabella, 286.
-, -, -, to high commander Covos, 353.
Garcia, secretary Juan, Int. xv.; ii. 490.
-, secretary Pero, to form part of the mission sent by the emperor to Francesco Sforza, duke of Milan, 210.
-, -, letter to, 68.
Garcia y Duran (D. Francisco Xavier), Int. xiii. note.
Garda, lake of, the duke of Ferrara at the, 773.
Gardyner, Gardiner, Dr. Stephen, bishop of Winchester, Henry's principal secretary at Rome, 6.
-, -, a consummate canonist and lawyer, sent to Rome for the divorce suit (1529), 153.
-, -, to remain at Rome after the departure of Vannes and Sir Francis Bryant (May 1529), 172.
-, -, at the court of France (June 1529), on his way back to England, 109.
-, -, said to be the bearer of the papal decision in the divorce case, 109.
-, -, in the privy council, 719; ii. 12, 22, 24, 34, 156, 222, 463.
-, -, again to France (29 Dec. 1529), 862.
-, -, appointed bishop of Winchester, ii. 208.
-, -, in the deputation to Katharine, ii. 171.
-, -, whose part he silently takes, ii. 175.
-, -, that being the reason why Anne Boleyn strongly suspects and dislikes him, ibid.
-, -, again in France, ii. 359, 365.
-, -, supposed by Mai to have been suddenly converted to Katharine's good cause, though formerly a "hot-brained and scandalous fellow," ii. 393, 451.
-, -, represented by Chapuys as opposed to Henry's views respecting the clergy, ii. 450.
-, -, -, and as having flatly refused to preach in favour of the divorce, ii. 450.
-, -, opposes the bill against the clergy and papal authority, ii. 446.
-, -, out of court for refusing to preach in favour of the divorce, ii. 450-1.
-, -, visits the French ambassador, ii. 463.
-, -, refuses in the first instance to subscribe Henry's letter to the pope, ii. 608.
-, -, ordered by the king to take Fisher to the Tower, ii. 619.
-, -, sent to attend the conferences at Nice (Sept. 1533), ii. 647, 787, 994.
-, -, in Windsor (Aug. 1533), ii. 770.
-, -, -, with a bagful of deeds and consultations, promises, and as many threats, ii. 812.
-, -, -, perhaps too to express Henry's regret at king Francis not having fulfilled his engagements respecting the pope, and his own affairs, ii. 800.
-, -, in the Privy Council, ii. 758, 773, 800.
-, -, to go to Marseilles instead of the duke of Norfolk, ii. 817.
-, -, applies for a new mandate, ii. 846.
-, -, negociating (Nov. 1533), ii. 852, 864.
-, -, presents to the pope a memorandum of Henry, in which he declares the sentence to be unjust and aggravatory, and that he will appeal to the future council, ibid.
Garter, Order of the, 616.
Gastaldo, Giovan Battistu, 192.
Gastatori, Guastatori, meaning of the words, 220, 282.
Gasto, Guasto, v. Vasto.
Gattinara, Gattinaria, Bartholomeo, apostolic prothonotary and president (regente) of the Imperial Court at Naples, 116-7, 172; ii. 537, 907.
-, -, his suit at Rome, ii. 121, 186.
-, -, his opponent to be compelled to come to terms, for Clement will not allow of the suit going on, 837.
-, Mercurino, marquis de, high chancellor to the emperor, 71, 76, 116, 191, 375; ii. 504.
-, -, said to be aiming at the pontificate, 194.
-, -, created cardinal (26 Sept. 1529), 212, 218.
-, -, illness and death at Innsbruck (4 May 1530), 308, 49.3, 594.
-, -, alluded, ii. 68, 186.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 207-8.
-, -, notes in his handwriting, 612, 620, 660.
-, -, the emperor's letter to, 39, 130, 137.
Gavinana, Gavignana, battle of, between the Florentines and Pi sans under Ferrucci, and the imperialists, Int. ii., xix.; 680, 812, 871-2, 979.
-, -, the prince of Orange slain at, 700, 812; v. also Favignana.
Gavres, the lord of, 37.
Gavy (Gavi), the emperor at, (2 Sept. 1529), 188.
-, letter dated at, 130.
Gayaz, v. Gainzzo and Gallcazzo, 299.
Gayoso, ii. 236.
Gazo, the confederates at, 98.
Genençano, residence of Ascanio Colonna; the marquis del Vasto visiting, 705.
Genets, Spanish, some to be presented by Charles to Alessandro aud Ippolito de' Medici, 137.
Genevois, Genesvois, count of, v. Savoio (Philippe).
Geneva, in Switzerland, revolts against Carlos III. of Savoy, 110.
-, unsettled state of affairs in, 806.
-, -, taken by the Swiss Lutherans, 619, 19, 809, 823, 835.
-, Leyva offers to march against, 835.
-, count of, v. Savoie (Philippe).
-, bishop of, v. La Baume.
Genoa, 21, 74-5, 162, 165, 168; ii. 804.
-, to be fortified against an attack of confederates, 36.
-, Charles at, (12-30 Aug. 1529), 178 ii. 959.
-, departure from, 183.
-, likely to be attacked by Francis under the excuse that it was not named in the treaty of Cambray (1530), 405.
-, to be defended, 688.
-, revolution at, headed by the Spinola (Dec. 1530), 842.
-, -, in consequence (as reported) of Doria's tyranny, 842.
-, Francis' secret intrigues at, 32, 46, 817; ii. 306.
-, -, possession of, to be obtained anyhow, 824.
-, -, to be attacked by the Turkish and French fleets combined, ii. 420.
-, -, and by land with a body of Switzers, ii. 434-5.
-, -, the galleys of Venice to help to the defence of, ii. 442.
-, Caterina, the pope's niece, passing through, ii. 808.
-, news from, 109.
-, imperial ambassador at, v. Suarez de Figueroa.
-, letters dated at, 15, 37, 40, 109, 110, 124, 126.
Genoese, reported to be discontented with Doria's rule (May 1529), 36.
-, -, though they owe him their liberties, 74.
-, the signory of Venice asks the, whether they wish to he under the protection of France, and, if so, offers her mediation, 99.
-, their claims to be settled before the liberation of the hostages, 459.
-, send ambassadors to Francis, ii. 32.
-, who will not receive them save as subjects of his Crown, ii. 107.
-, -, and declines their offers (1532), ii. 464.
-, refuse to contribute money towards the expenses of the Turkish war, ii. 76.
-, nothing settled respecting the, at the conference of Marseilles, ii. 849, 889.
-, merchants in London; Jocquin tells them that Genoa will never recover her former prosperity until she is fairly under French protection, 513.
-, -, two of them, friends of that ambassador, arrested in London and sent to the Tower, 805.
Geogreff, John, lord of Angerraont, chancellor of the duchy of Clèves (1531), ii. 329, 991.
George, duke of Saxony, 186, 305, 761.
-, -, agent of, in London, to ask for the hand of princess Mary, 433.
-, -, in France, ii. 121.
Germans; lanskenets, not safe for the emperor to commit his person to the, unless he has Spaniards with him, 39.
-, -, having received more pay than they were entitled to (Dec. 1529), 378.
-, -, said to be in treaty with the confederates, 83.
-, -, marching towards Italy, 165, 177, 208.
-,-, those returning from Vienna mutiny at Lintz (Oct. 1529), and threaten to sack the town unless their arrears be paid, 315-16.
-, in London; a captain formerly in the imperial service (Jan. 1530), agent to Frederic, duke of Saxony, 420, 450-1.
-, after the taking of Florence to be dismissed from the imperial service, 711 851.
-, to be re-engaged for three months only, 727.
-, the whole of the money levied on the Florentines distributed among the, 756.
-, -, another, by name Laurenz sçe;avre, agent to the archbishop of Mainz, 420, 451, 468.
-, -, another from the bishop of Gurk, 420.
-, -, several more about the same time.
-, -, one sent from London with money to obtain the opinion of Lutheran doctors of his country on the divorce case, ii. 28.
Germany, mass suppressed in various towns of, news from, 126.
-, news from, by no means reassuring, 21.
-, sale of Church lands in, authorsed by Clement, 208.
-, Charles' great wish to visit, 400.
-, troubles in, 453, 455-6, 463, 474, 496.
-, affairs of, rather embroiled, 398-9.
-, -, discussed by letter between Charles and his brother Ferdinand, 400, 404-7.
-, money sent by Henry to, for the purpose of keeping up the agitation in,48
-, said by Henry to be exasperated at the emperor's protracted negociations with Clement, and at his too great humility towards the Holy See, ii. 620.
-, and discontented at the question of the general council not being settled.621.
-, rumours of an invasion of, by the,Turk, 831.
-, some free cities of, make offers to Francis (May 1531), ii. 165.
-, send deputies to the second diet of Francfort, ii. 202.
-, the cradle of all errors in religion, ii. 308.
-, hearing of its disturbed state Henry sends thither two secretaries of Cromwell, an Englishman and a German, both Lutherans (July 1533), ii. 754.
-, political affairs of, discussed between king Henry and Chapuys, 509, 626, 799, 800-1 ; ii. 12, 14, 15.
-, -, between the latter and the duke of Norfolk, 802.
-, Henry's interference in the affairs of, 468, 691.
-, protector for, in Rome, v. Campeggio.
-, princes of, write to Clement, ii. 806.
-, pensants (villains of), 874.
Gervais, Gervasius, a German student at the university of Paris, and a Lutheran, sent by Francis to Germany, ii. 261.
Gerona, bishop of, v. Boil.
Geronimo, Rafael, ii. 244, 249.
Ghelders, Gheldres, Gueldre, Gelderland, duchy of, in the Low Countries, 536, 576.
-, war of, ii. 12, 703.
-, duke of, v. Egmont.
Ghent, in Belgium, ii. 123, 146–7, 398, 692.
-, letters dated at, 674–7, 682, 692, 712, 1121.
Gherardi, a family of Pistoia, 574 note.
Ghilini, Ghilino, bishop of Commachio, Ferrarese ambassador in Rome (1530), 867.
Ghinucci, Girolamo, auditor of the Apostolic Chamber, bishop of Worcester, sent by Henry to the emperor, Int. iv.; 1, 46, 55; ii. 238, 528, 974.
-, -, expected in Rome on his return from Spain, 192, 196.
-, -, sends his nephew to London, 196.
-, -, comes to England, 258.
-, -, consulted by Henry concerning his intended divorce, 272.
-, -, declares the dispensation brief of Julius II. to be a forgery, 226, 272.
-, -, to replace Casale in the Roman embassy, 272.
-, -, leaves for Rome (8 Oct. 1529), ibid.
-, -, at Bologna (Dec. 1529), for the swearing to the peace of Cambray, 287.
-, -, back in Rome, 290.
-, -, communicates with Henry from Rome, and reports on the divorce suit, 477.
-, -, proposed for a cardinal's hat, 572, 583, 604, 612, 613, 844–7, 877; ii. 7, 64.
-, -, his nomination strongly recommended by cardinal Tarbes and others, 719, 740, 780.
-, -, as well as by king Henry, 832.
-, -, but equally opposed by the imperial agents, ii. 76.
-, -, purchases at Rome two original bulls of pope Julius, establishing the conditions under which papal elections should be made, 748.
-, -, which he forwards to Henry as a weapon to be used against Clement at the future council, 748.
-, -, making preparations for the banquet he intends giving on his promotion to the cardinalate, 814.
-, -, disappointed, 814.
-, -, nephew of, sent by Henry to Rome (1 May 1533), ii. 675.
-, -, the revenues of his bishopric, in England, sequestered, ii. 785.
-, -, in Rome, negociating (Aug. 1533), ii. 888.
-, -, and likely to get a cardinal's hat, as belonging to the French party, ibid.
Giacope, Gian., the regent, 12.
Gianderoni, Hieronimo, bishop of Massa, negociates with the Sienese, ii. 66–7.
Giannone, Pietro, historian of Naples, quoted, ii. 500 note.
Giaradada, in Lombardy, 209.
Gibacus (Cibacus?), Americus, bishop of Varadiu and governor of Transylvania, slain by Luigi Gritti, 379.
Giberti, Gian Matheo, bishop of Verona and Clement's datary at Rome, 21–2.
-, -, not a friend of the emperor, 248, 526, 798.
-, -, at Venice in communication with the English ambassadors, 564.
-, -, in Verona leading a life of abstinence and devotion, ii. 192, 195.
-, -, report of his appointment to the Swiss (Dec. 1533), ii. 803.
-, -, almost sure to get a cardinal's hat, ii. 888.
Gibraltar, the straits of, to be guarded, ii 879.
Gigante, imperial courier, a native of Madrid, 882.
Giles (Gilles), Mr. de, a Frenchman; sent by Francis to England to promote Henry's divorce, 582.
Gioachino, Giovan, da Passano, lord of Vaux, French ambassador in England, on a mission to Venice with Triulzo, 17.
-, -, -, Casale's letter to, intercepted, 142.
-, -, -, going from Venice to France, 269.
-, -, -, in London, intriguing, 511.
-, -, -, Henry complains to, of the refusal of the French universities to decide in his favour, 617.
-, -, visits Southampton and other places for the sake of amusement and sport, not for business, 672, 706–8.
-, -, -, accompanies Jean du Bellay to Dover, 737, 749.
-, -, -, and remains there long on pretence of rebuilding a hermitage, 737, 788.
-, -, -, returns to London (1 Oct. 1530), 737, 797.
-, -, -, obtains the liberty of two Genoese prisoners, friends of his, and offers to be security for them, 805.
-, -, -, laments Wolsey's disgrace, 819–20.
-, -, -, goes to court with La Pommeraye, 862.
-, -, -, about to leave again for France and thence to Rome to forward Henry's views, ii. 15, 28.
-, -, -, likely to obtain one of the bishoprics formerly held by that cardinal, ii. 15.
-, -, -, said to have resumed in Jan. 1531 the negociations for a marriage between the pope's niece and one of the sons of France, ii. 15.
-, -, -, quits, ii. 40–41.
-, -, -, anxiously expected back, ii. 63, 101.
-, -, -, returns, and is summoned to the king's presence, ii. 198.
-, -, -, has private audiences from Henry, ii. 198.
-, -, -, immediately after which he despatches a courier to Francis, ibid.
-, -, -, confidence made to, by Anne Boleyn (1531), ii. 295–6.
-, -, -, leaves again for France (21 Jan. 1531), ii. 368.
-, -, -, has long interviews with the king and the duke of Norfolk, ii. 513.
-, -, -, the ostensible part of his mission said to be the affair of Crevecœur in Burgundy, ibid.
-, -, -, but Chapuys suspects that it has something to do with the Paris doctors and the divorce, ibid.
-, -, -, abuses Andrea Doria, and tells the Genoese merchants in London that their republic will not recover her former splendour until she is once again under the protection of France, ii. 513.
-, -, -, and that on the return of the French hostages some wonderful events will take place in Italy, ii. 514.
-, -, -, he himself hopes not to die until he be in full possession of the title of count, and an estate in Naples, which Francis has promised him, ii. 514.
-, -, -, obtains permission to export 4,000 oxen for France, ibid.
-, -, -, appointed to succeed La Pommeraye; refuses, ii. 550.
-, -, -, in communication with Chapuys, ii. 682.
-, -, -, letter to King Francis, 279.
-, v. also Passano.
Giovan Pietro, Frate, a minorite of Viconza, v. Pietro.
Girardi (Gherardi ?), Georgio, ii. 574, 975.
-, Nicolo, ii. 975.
Girolami, Raffaelo, gonfaloniere of Florence, 686 note.
Girolamo, bishop of Vasone or Vaison, v. Sclède.
Giron, Pedro, count of Ureña, his case at Rome, ii. 396, 505, 916.
Girona, Gerona, in Catalonia, ii. 76.
-, bishop of, v. Boil and Ramirez de Fuculeal.
Giulia, daughter of Frederie, the last king of Naples, 731, 750, 755, 762, 785, 843.
-, -, betrothed to Gugliemo VI., of Montferrato, 663, note.
-, -, married to Frederico Gonzaga by proxy (9 Apr. 1530), 494, 496.
-, -, her marriage dissolved, ii. 33.
Giustiniano, called II Gobbo, or "the Humpbacked," the galleys of, to keep guard on the eastern coast of Spain, 733.
-, Marino, succeeds Giovan Antonio Venier in the embassy to France (14 Dec. 1532).
-, -, Venetian ambassador in France, succeeds his father Sebastian (Nov. 1532 to Sept. 1533), ii. 956.
-, Sebastian, Venetian ambassador in France (1528–31), 553, 730.
Glass of Truth, ii. 200, 298.
Gobbo, II, v. Giustiniano.
Gold, Henry, priest, v. Hold.
Golden Fleece, Order of the, chapter of the, held at Aix-la-Chapelle, ii. 227–8, 236, 578.
-, -, given to king James, ii. 616.
-, -, members of, ii. 937.
Gomez, Luis, Spanish lawyer and auditor at Rome, highly recommended by cardinal d'Osma, ii. 281.
-, -, about to leave for Spain, ii. 744.
Gonfalonicri, of Florence, v. Capponi, Carducci.
Gonzaga, Ercole or Hercole di, cardinal of Mantua, 22; ii. 713.
-, -, returns from a visit to his sister the duchess of Urbino, 732.
-, -, agent of, at Rome, visits Cueva, 810.
-, Ferrante or Hernando de, duke of Ariano and prince of Molfetta, 969.
-, -, not on good terms with Vasto, 171.
-, -, wishing to leave Naples and serve under Chalon, 177.
-, -, allows too much liberty to his men, 189, 329.
-, -, displeased at hearing that the command of the light horse has been given to another, 270.
-, -, in command of the imperial light horse at Naples, 334.
-, -, sues for the hand of Isabella Colonua, 539, 540, 567.
-, -, at the siege of Florence under Chalon, 642, 678.
-, -, about to marry a daughter of the duchess of Termini, 666.
-, -, takes the command of the army after the prince's death, 679–81, 685–6, 694.
-, -, his brother Frederico, duke of Mantua, having been appointed commander-in-chief of the imperial army, he himself acts as his lieutenant, 700, 702, 810.
-, -, at Fichino with the Spaniards and the rest of his forces, but in such poor condition as to money and provisions that his men lived for six days entirely upon grapes and figs, and threatened to mutiny (Sept. 1530), 717.
-, -, his services much commended by Mai, 720.
-, -, instructed not to molest the inhabitants, 784–5.
-, -, at Siena with Soria, 807, 862–5.
-, -, sends Ripalda to Rome to procure money for the pay of his men, 829.
-, -, expected in Rome, 817.
-, -, holding Benevento as security for Clement's debt to Charles, 822.
-, -, quartered in the Sienese with his force, but unable to maintain discipline, 823, 851, 862.
-, -, jealous of Vasto, 835.
-, -, at Rome, making arrangements for the quartering of the imperial army (Dec. 1530), 862–5.
-, -, again at Siena (Feb. 1531), ii. 46–7, 56, 66–7, 69, 76, 89.
-, Frederico or Frederigo, di, marquis, afterwards duke, of Mantua, preserves neutrality, 22, 29, 66, 80.
-, -, decides for the Emperor, 112–15.
-, -, whom he meets at Piacenza, 168.
-, -, treats with the emperor and takes his part against the confederates, 112–15.
-, -, meets him at Piacenza, 168.
-, -, appointed conjointly with Caracciolo and Leyva to treat with Venice, 204, 206.
-, -, to march against Venice at the head of the imperial forces, 217, 220.
-, -, instructions to, 82.
-, -, advises the receipt of one of the six copies of the inhibitory brief, 270, 823–4.
-, -, applies for the hand of Margaret of Austria, the emperor's natural daughter, 113; ii. 907.
-, -, other projects of marriage entertained by, 334; ii. 133, 183.
-, -, not present at the emperor's coronation in Bologna, owing to a question of precedence, 471.
-, -, his splendid reception of Charles at Mantua, 481, 484–5, 509.
-, -, to be created duke, 481.
-, -, appointed commander-in-chief of the imperial forces in Italy, 694, 699, 700, 705.
-, -, which he accepts, appointing his brother, Ferrante, to be his lieutenant, 727.
-, -, ordered to disband his forces (Sept. 1530), 730.
-, -, wishes to return to his first marriage with the daughter of Monferrato, 731.
-, -, after whose death (in Sept. 1530) he pretends not to be bound to marry Giulia, the daughter of the king of Naples, 750.
-, -, at liberty to resume negociations for a marriage with Mme. de Navarre, or with Clement's niece, with Parma and Piacenza as a dower, 751.
-, -, sends a lawyer to Rome to inquire whether his marriage to Giulia de Aragon is a legitimate one or not, 785.
-, -, prevents the English ambassadors from getting opinions on the divorce in his estate, 836.
-, -, has Casale's correspondence and papers seized at his passage through the Mantuan, ii. 7, 10.
-, -, his marriage to the heiress of Montferrato (Mary), recommended by Ferdinand, ii. 133.
-, -, he is to get a good sum of money through it, ibid.
-, -, disputes the possession of Montferrato, ii. 122, 994.
-, -, letters to the emperor, 12, 78.
-, Giulia, sister of Luigi (Rodamonte) and widow of Vespasiano Colonna, 282, 334.
-, -, report of her marriage to Giovan Paolo da Ceri, 718, 732.
-, Leonora Hippolita, duchess of Urbino, sends a message to Clement offering the duke's neutrality, 176, 179.
-, -, gives free passage through her estate to the imperial troops, 212, 717.
-, -, visited by her brother Ercole, the cardinal of Mantua, 732.
-, Luigi, surnamed "Rodomonte," pretends to the hand of Isabella Colonna, 334, 536, 540, 567, 596, 616, 636, 702, 712, 823; ii. 969.
-, -, married to her (Jan. 1531), ii. 33, 850.
-, -, his claims to the duchy of Traietto, ii. 485.
-, -, Jays siege to Vicovaro, ii. 540.
-, -, death of (Dec. 1532), ii. 857, 998.
-, -, da Castelgifredo, ii. 968.
-, -, death of (Dec. 1532), ii. 968.
-, -, son of Giampietro (died 1549), ii. 968–9.
-, a lawyer at Rome, 592.
-, abbot, ii. 469.
Gonzalez, Davila, Gil., his "Theatro Eccle siastico de Expaña" quoted, Int. vii., xii.; ii. 4, note.
-, Manso, Pedro, bishop of Badajoz:
-, -, -, president of the Chancery court at Valladolid, ii. 4, 65, 84.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 585.
- de Mendoza, D. Pedro, sent by the emperor to Spain with the account of his coronation at Bologna (1530), 472.
-, -, -, to Germany with a message from the empress, 714–6.
-, -, -, commission entrusted by Ferdinand to, ii. 780.
Gorken (Goorken), near Antwerp, 687.
Gormer, Michael, a German living at Padua, preaching Lutheran doctrines there, 573.
-, Ludwig, or Lewis de, bishop of Moriana, 119; ii. 964.
-, -, recommended for a cardinal's hat, 146, 172.
-, -, on an embassy to Carlo III., 241.
-, -, promoted to the cardinalate, 172, 561.
Gorrevod, Laurençde, count of Pont de Vaux, viscount of Salinas, governor of Bresse, and lord high steward to the emperor (died July 1529), 116.
Gouffier, —, sieur de Boissy, 620.
Gradenigo, Luigi, 454.
Gradisca, the vicar, 491.
Grafton, in Northamptonshire, king Henry at, 189, 220–2, 253, 257, 272.
-, Chapuys' journey to, 221–2; and audience from the king, 223–31, 253.
Grain, Gran, in Hungary, 335; v. Gran.
Grammont, Charles de, archbishop of Bordeaux (1530–44), 458.
-, Gabriel de, bishop of Tarbes, in Gascony (1524–34), cardinal (June 1530), French ambassador in Rome, 109, 154, 193, 620, 683, 833; ii. 27, 39, 128, 184–5, 189, 194, 266.
-, -, not sufficiently serious for his words to deserve credit, 207.
-, -, at Bologna, with Clement, 348.
-, -, leaves suddenly for France for the purpose, as he says, of bringing about an interview between his master, the pope, and the emperor, 382, 660–61.
-, -, -, at which Henry is much displeased, 395.
-, -, back in Rome, 560, 563, 575, 584, 592, 594–5, 602–3, 613, 630, 632–3, 636, 643, 660, 674–6, 684, 701–2, 740, 786, 872–3.
-, -, Mai's congratulations on his promotion to the cardinalate, 583.
-, -, proposes again that a conference be held at Rome, or in some town of Flanders, between the pope, the emperor, and king Francis, 675.
-, -, and that the king of Hungary (Ferdinand) may also attend it, 681.
-, -, the object of the meeting being to ask for a reduction of the terms stipulated at Cambray, 681.
-, -, -, which was always Francis' most earnest wish, ibid.
-, -, expected at Rome with the duke of Albany, 701–2, 704, 706.
-, -, instructed to work for the Florentines, 706.
-, -, -, and to prevent, if possible, the meeting of the general council, 732, 860.
-, -, to return shortly to France for that purpose, 717.
-, -, endeavours to bring on a quarrel between the brothers Medici (Ippolito and Alessandro), 732.
-, -, takes leaves of Clement, 747–9.
-, -, to pass through Ferrara, where great preparations are being made for his reception, 749.
-, -, -, but is detained at Rome by the English business, 764
-, -, has a conversation with Mai about the divorce suit, and recommends the suspension of the proceedings for six months, as during that time Charles may visit England and settle his differences with Henry, 750, 833.
-, -, his suggestions respecting the general council and the Lutherans, 758, 781.
-, -, meets Mai and Muxetula in the papal palace, 763.
-, -, earnestly requests them to consent to a delay, and, if so, promises that Henry will undertake nothing in the meantime, 764, 778.
-, -, presents a letter of Francis to Clement in favour and commendation of Henry, 779.
-, -, -, which he takes back, as he will not leave it in the pope's hands, 779.
-, -, forwards his master's views concerning Genoa and Milan, 824.
-, -, much mixed with the Bracciano affair and the Orsini, 872–3.
-, -, proposes again an interview, ii. 11, 59, 105, 129, 133, 149.
-, -, most active in preventing the convocation of the general council, ii. 118.
-, -, post-haste to Rome (Apr. 1531), ii. 118–19.
-, -, accused of having promised in Clement's name more than he was actually authorised to do, ii. 119.
-, -, returning to Rome to remind Clement of his promise, ii. 122–4, 152.
-, -, soon to be replaced by another, bishop, D'Inteville, ii. 185.
-, -, to promote, as reported, Henry's divorce, ii. 120–1.
-, -, about to return to France, the duke of Albany replacing him, ii. 179–80.
-, -, doing, however, all possible mischief before his departure, ii. 181.
-, -, -, and again recommending conferences in Italy, ii. 188.
-, -, going back to France, ii. 192, 195, 200, 204.
-, -, exhibits letters of the duke of Saxony and landgrave of Hesse, addressed to Francis, ii. 234, 266.
-, -, looked upon as a sort of madman, ii. 180, 334.
-, -, again to Rome with Tournon, ii. 548, 562, 581.
-, -, his mission, ii. 564.
-, -, still very weak from the results of his late illness, ii. 611.
-, -, his negociations, ii. 612, 907–8, 910–1.
Gran, the strongest fortress in Hungary, taken by the Turks in 1529, 203.
-, recovered, 378, 385, 659, 648.
-, archbishop of, ..
Granada, in Spain, university of, 888.
-, chancery of, 888.
Granada, in Spain, a new militia to be created at, for the repression of the Moriscoes, 849, 866.
-, -, Moors of, 12; ii. 849.
Grandonati de Barbadoris, Alessandro, a Florentine, ii. 209.
Grandvelle, Granvelle, sieur de, v. Perrenot.
Grasse, bishop of, v. Grimaldo.
Gratz, in Styria, the Turk preparing to winter at, ii. 519–20.
Gravelinghes (Gravelines), 55, 308, 453; ii. 213, 379, 384, 932–3.
-, letters dated at, 27.
-, governor of, articles proposed to the duke of Norfolk, ii. 551.
Gravesend, ii. 253, 524.
-, Camillo Orsini at, ii. 451.
Gravina, Ferrante duca di, his estate in Naples confiscated, 122–3.
-, -, he and the marquises of Quarata and Oria among the principal "fuorusciti," 435, 466, 482, 561, 596, 678.
-, -, death of, 777; ii. 466.
-, -, letter to secretary Garcia, 68.
-, -, -, to the emperor, 69.
Greece, an attack upon, and Constantinople, proposed by Francis, ii. 514.
Greenwich, the court at, 90, 311, 387–8, 429; ii. 635, 901–2, 926–7.
Greenwich, queen Katharine removed from, ii. 335.
-, Franciscan convent at, 427, 992.
-, Elizabeth's christening at, 387–8; ii. 789, 3, 12, 98, 296, 253, 385, 524, 932.
Grey, Henry, the young marquis of Dorset, ii. 153, 239.
-, Thomas, marquis of Dorset and privy councillor, 416, 430; ii. 214, 269, 629.
- Friars, convent of the, in London, 600.
-, -, the duke of Norfolk and Chapuys have a conference at (11 Jan. 1531), ii. 22.
-, -, which Gardyner and Fitzwilliam attend, ibid.
-, -, subjects discussed thereat, ii. 23–8.
Greyhounds, a couple of fine, presented by Francis to Henry, ii. 463.
Grieffenklau, Richard, archbishop elector of Trèves (1511–31), 630.
Grimaldi, family of the, at Genoa, 36.
Grimaldo, Micer Agostino, lord of Monaco, bishop of Grassa and Oristan, 36, 125.
-, -, an estate in the kingdom of Naples offered to, in exchange for Monaco, 125.
-, -, -, as well as the bishopric of Mallorca, provided he renounces that of Oristan, 126.
-, -, recommended for a cardinal's hat, 218; ii. 93, 180, 184, 289, 340, 907.
-, -, described by the duke Carlo of Savoy as a fickle and capricious individual not to be depended upon, 241.
-, -, said to be cruel and to have committed several murders, ii. 907.
-, Micer Andrea, 729.
-, Ansaldo, banker at Genoa, 29, 37, 525, 541, 592; ii. 199, 304, 334, 608, 804.
-, -, appointed banker to the league, ii. 763, 995.
-, —, cardinal, 67.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 438.
Grimaldo, Francesco, ii. 199.
-, Girolamo, cardinal (?), 67.
-, Ottavio, a Milanese, 518.
-, Stefano, 36.
-, —, formerly a general at Milan, a banker in France, ii. 465.
Grimano, Grimani, Marco, patriarch of Aquileia, news brought by, from Constantinople, ii. 324–5, 333, 338–9, 342, 349, 421, 433.
-, -, arrival of, at Rome (Dec. 1531), ii. 341.
-, Marino, cardinal, brother of the preceding, ii. 324, 333, note 342.
-, -, deputed to receive the emperor on his second visit to Bologna (1532), ii. 563.
Grimano, cardinal Domenico, Venetian ambassador in Rome, 268.
Grinœus, Simon, invited to England, ii. 177–8, 583.
Grino, v. Bonacursio.
Grisons, in the pay of the league, 26; ii. 314.
-, to invade the duchy of Milan under the castellan of Mus, ii. 29.
-, quarrel with the marquis of Mus, whom they defeat, ii. 122, 201.
Gritti, Aloys or Luigi, son of Andrea, the doge of Venice; negociating the marriage of Zapoli to a daughter of Solyman, 50.
-, -, in command of a Turkish fleet against Naples and Sicily, 602.
-, -, shut up with Zapolsky in the citadel of Buda, so that neither can possibly escape, 829.
-, -, his capture most desirable, and to be preferred to that of the vayvod himself, owing to his being a good friend of Ibráhim Pashá, 830; ii. 126–7.
-, -, if taken, ought to be drawn and quartered, 830.
-, -, about to invade Hungary at the head of a Turkish army, ii. 348.
-, -, in Constantinople, having great influence over Solyman, 657, 827; ii. 288, 325, 339, 341.
-, -, having a rich bishopric in Hungary, and aiming at the crown, ii. 333–5.
-, -, -, Clissa surrenders to an agent of, ii. 207, 454, 469.
-, -, -, great indignation caused in Venice by the news, ii. 469.
-, -, offers to mediate in the quarrel between the vayvod and the archduke, 860–1.
-, -, in Venice, ii. 349.
-, -, news of Turkey communicated by, to the patriarch of Aquileia, ii. 433–5, 437.
-, -, letter to the emperor, 552.
-, Andrea, doge of Venice, 16, 141, 151, 502–3, 520, 537, 548, 553, 614–5, 706, 771, 829; ii. 33, 333.
-, Giorgio, brother of Aloyse; arrives in Venice from Turkey, ii. 113, 147.
-, -, going to France on some secret errand, ii. 185, 192–3.
-, -, taken prisoner in the Astesan, ii 196–7, 204, 209–10, 504, 989.
-, -, released, ii. 219, 909.
-, -, at Constantinople, ill in bed, ii. 288, 339, 341.
-, -, goes to France, ii. 147, 915.
Grospain, imperial messenger, 240; ii. 780.
Grynaus, Simon, v. Grinaus.
Guadagni, Oliviero, 523.
-, Paolo, 523.
-, Philippo, 523.
Guadalajara, in Spain, ii. 269.
Guadix, in the kingdom of Granada, bishop of, v. Guevara.
Gualbes, a son of the widow, one of the emperor's chaplains, recommended by Miçer Mai, 826.
Gueldres (Gheldres), duchy of, 536; ii. 703, 737.
Guelf, party in Italy, opposed to the Gibelines, 491.
Guenich, Dr., v. Hennege.
Guerazzi, his "Vita di Andrea Doria" quoted, 35 note.
Guercio, II, surname given to Luigi Gonzaga da Castelgiffredo, ii. 968.
Guerrero, Pedro, Master, 841.
-, -, signs the opinion of the university of Salamanca against the divorce, 841.
Guevara, v. Velez de.
-, Antonio, bishop of Guadix Mondo nedo (1528–37), ii. 407 note.
-, Doña Catalina de, ii. 407.
-, field-marshal, ii. 185.
-, in command of the Spaniards at Siena, ii. 120.
Guiche, Guische, Guysche, Claude de la, French ambassador in England (1531), succeeds Gioachino, (Jan. 1531), ii. 40–1, 83.
-, -, dining with the king and Anne Boleyn (Feb.), ii. 63, 78.
-, -, takes leave to return home, (Apr.), ii. 114.
Guicciardini, Francesco, historian, Int. xiii. note.
-, -, quoted, 321, 680, 867, note.
Guido, count, v. Rangone.
Guiffrey, George, his chronicle of Francis I. quoted, ii. 313, note.
Guildford, king Henry at, ii. 754.
Guildford, Sir Edward, captain of the Cinque Ports (1523–29); deputed by Henry to receive the Flemish ambassador, 327.
-, Sir Henry, controller of the Household; not partial to Anne Boleyn, who threatens to have him dispossessed of his office, ii. 177.
-, -, resigns in consequence of her threats (June, 1531), ii. 177, 994, 999.
-, -, was heard to say at the interview of the privy councillors with Katharine in June 1531 that all the doctors inventors of the King's divorce ought to be tied together on a cart, and sent to Rome there to dispute their opinions, ii. 176.
Guillefort, v. Guildford.
Guillaume, imperial messenger, 176.
Guillelmin (?), 809; ii. 997.
Guipuzcoa, archdeacon of, ii. 31.
Guise, duke of, v. Lorraine.
Gunz (Gunzburg), in Hungary, 254, 525.
-, the Turks defeated before, ii. 519, 546, 993.
Gunpowder, hardly enough in all Italy to supply one half of the quantity asked by Ferdinand, 636.
Gurce, (Gurk), in Carintia, bishop of, (Gurcensis), v. Lang and Balbus.
Gurrea, Martin de, imperial messenger, 68, 79, 431.
Gustavus, Vasa, king of Sweden; sends one of his secretaries to Rome to ask for the hand of Catherina, Clement's niece (Feb. 1531), 78.
Gutierrez, Alonso, the Emperor's treasurer, 183 note.
- de Padilla, v. Padilla.
Guyenne (Guienne), French herald in London, 848.
Guzman, Gonçalo de, ii. 778.
-, Martin de, law-suit of, 770–1, 919.
-, Mencia de, countess of Ureña, ii. 396.
-, Perez de (Don Juan Alonso) duke of Medina-Sidonia, ii. 125.