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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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La Barre, Jacques de, provost of Clermont, 622.

La Baume, Claude de, Int. viii.

-, Montrevol, Pierre, v. bishop of Geneva (1522–44), 110.

Labret, Labrit, Mons. de, v. Albret.

La Chaulx, Lachaux, v. Poupet.

La Corte, licte., Imperial agent at Rome; death of (Dec. 1530), 859.

Ladislas V., king of Hungary (1490–1516), 341 ; ii. 24, 597.

La Guiche v. Guiche.

Laibach, in Illyria, ..Vilaeh

Lalaing, de, count of Hoghstrate, 37, 266.

Lalamant Luigi Alamanni (?), 188 note.

Lallemand, Jean, the emperor's secretary till Dec. 1528, Int. xxvi.78, 100–1, 683, 780, 881 note, ii. 30, 78.

Lainberg (?), French ambassador to the Swiss ii. 762 note.

Lambert, president, 110.

Lambeth, Sir Thomas More refuses to take his oath at, ii. 26.

La Minerva, church of, in Rome ; procession in thanksgiving for the peace of Cambray 149.

La Mirandola castle of, taken by the count of La Concordia, ii. 849, 870.

-, count della, ..Pico.

Lançaroto (Lancelot ?), 281.

Lancaster, duchy of, chancellor, v. Fitzwilliam and More.

-, house of, 368, 622 ; ii. 884 note.

Lanciano, in Sicily, 82; ii. 277.

Landa, v. Ochoa de.

-, Alonso de, clerk in the Spanish treasury, 746, 784.

Landriano, St. Pol's defeat at, alluded (June 1529), Int. xix.; 150 note.

Lang [von Wallenberg], Mathieu, bishop of Gurk, 1505–19; of Murcia (1521);archbishop of Salzburg (1514–1540), 397, 420, 568, 591.

Langeai Langeais, Langcay, sieur de, v.Bellay

Langeac, Jean, bishop of Avranches, French ambassador to Venice (1528–30), 553, 573–4.

-, -, on a mission to the Swiss with money, (1531), ii. 201, 305, 492.

Languedoc, in France, German lanskenets

destined for, 16.

Lanoi, Lanoy, Lannoy, Charles de, prince of Sulmona, viceroy of Naples, alluded,130, 559.

-, Ercole, sieur de Mingoval, ..Mingoval.

-, -,son of, ii. 470 note,543.

Lanskenets in the French service, 16.

-, German, from the free towns, 14.

-, -, to be paid up and dismissed, 519.

-,imperial, in Naples, wish to go home,17.

-, -, at Lintz, rise in mutiny, 315–6.

-, -, at Bologna, receiving more pay than they are entitled to, 378.

Lanuza, Juan de, viceroy of Aragon, Int. xxii.; 185, 678, 881 ; ii. 10, 241.

Lanz, his " Correspondenz der Kayser Karl V." quoted, ii. 5, 6.

Lanzerant sent by France to Zurich, 441.

La Pola, on the coast of Istria, taken by the Turks (1530), 611.

La Pomeraie, ..Pommeraye. La Pradella, one of the gates of Mantua, 481.

La Puebla, Dr., (Rodrigo?), 703.

Lara, D. Manrique de, duke of Najera, 733.

La Roche Guyon, in the Vexin (Normandy), one of the fiefs belonging to the connétable Bourbon, taken from his heirs, 824.

-, sur-Yon (Bourbon-Vendée), princess of, v. Bourbon Montpensier.

La Rosa, knight commander, 122.

-, -, lettter to the emperor, 67.

Larrandoette, Jehan de, curate of St. Martin, 576.

La Saulx, Jean de, v. Le Sauch.

Lascki, Lasky, v. Lasco.

Lasco, Hieronimo, negociating with the Turk and vayvod in the archduke's interest, 481; ii. 103, 126–7, 464, 467, 991.

-, -, discontented with the latter, and likely to return to Austria, ii. 127.

-, -, in Rome, ii. 234.

-, -,in Poland (Dec. 1531), ii. 346.

Lasso, D. Pedro, corregidor of Toledo during the wars of the Commons, Int. xii.

-, -, chief equerry to king Ferdinand,101, 770.

-,de Castilla, D. Diego, Int. xxxii.

-, -,instructions of Ferdinand to, 21.

-, -, wrongly calendered, ii.955.

Latassa, his "Biblioteea de Esceritores Aragonescs" quoted, 322 note.

Latin used by Chupuys in the king's privy council, owing to most of the councillors not understanding French, ii.671.

La Tour d'Auvergue, Anne de, countess of Auvergne and Boulogne, duchess of Albany, ii. 981, 998.

-, Madeleine de, mother of Caterina de' Medici, 757 note, 848.

Lautree, Mous. de, v. Foix.

Laval, Mr. de, a gentleman from Britanny, at the French court, 108.

-, Guy XVI., sieur de, ii. 973.

La Valle, cardinal, 44, 67, 530, 585; ii. 887.

La Vallona, on the coast of Albania, ii. 333–4, v. Avlona.

Lavorgnano (?) v. Savorgnano.

Lavina, Fr. Francesco, a Franciscan friar of Padua, solicited by the English ambassadors in Venice to give opinion on the divorce, 526.

-, -,advised by the bishop of Chieti not to mix himself up with the affair, 545–6, 548–9.

Lawyers, proctors, and advocates of Katharine at Rome, their fees unpaid, ii. 639, 717, Laxao, v. La Chaulx.

League, Italian or Holyagainst the emperor, ambassadors of, in Venice, 15, 19.

-, -, Henry and Francis about to send money to the, 16.

-, -, disconcerted, 25.

-, -, Clement solicited to join the,150.

-, -, -, which he refuses, declaring openly for the emperor, l50.

-, -,said to have been the first cause of Henry's enmity to Charles, 368.

-, -, alluded, 718.

-, Catholic, against the Turk; proposed,60.

-, -, much opposed by some cardinals, ibid.

-, -, Florentines to be made to join the, 178.

-, -, to be discussed by a congress at Bologna, 265, 271, 308, 309, 610.

-,of Francis and the Lutheran princes of Germany, 50.

-, a new one between the pope and king Francis proposed by Grammont, 194.

-, another with Venice the dukes of Milan and Ferrara, against Charles, suggested to Clement by the French ambassador. 176.

-, of the Christian princes against the Turks proposed by Clement (1530), 59, 338, 825, 870.

-, -, conditionally accepted by Francis and Henry, 414, 610–1.

-, -, the duke of Albany's plan of campaign, 335, 710.

-, a new offensive one against the Turks proposed by the duke of Albany, ii. 77, 123.

-, -, a subject of apprehension for the imperial ambassadors, ibid.

-, -, who believe Francis to be in secret understanding with the Turk, ibid.

-, one of Francis Henry, the vayvod, and the Lutherans against Charles, reported (Apr. 1532), ii. 418–9.

-, a new one for the defence of Italy; joined by the duke of Ferrara and the Venetians, ii. 620, 828.

-, -, a fact which Henry affects to disbelieve, ibid.,

-, Suabian, in Germany, 278; ii. 90, 315, 674, 854, 987.

-, Protestant, ii. 90, 475.

Leandro, archbishop of Brindisi, v. Aleandrer.

Lech (Lecce), on the lake of Como (Lombardy). Gianiacopo de' Medici holding, ii. 148, 243.

Ledesma, count of, v. Cueva.

Lee, Dr. Edward, prebendary of York, king's almoner, ambassador to Charles in Spain, 852; Int. iv.; 46, 94, 174–5, 231–2, 256, 351–2, 572.

-, -, to go to the Pope at Bologna for the exclusive object of debating the divorce case, 422.

-, -, archbishop of York (Oct. 30, 1531), ii. 248.

-, -, refuses at first to sign Henry's letter to the pope, ii. 608.

-, -, one of the deputation to Katharine, ii. 171, 174.

-, -, his speech on the occasion,ii. 173.

Legates, papal, in England, v. Campeggio and Wolsey.

-, -, (1530–1) to the emperor in Germany, v. Campeggio, 669, 791, 829, 838; ii. 123, 128, 203, 266, 307, 839, 908–9.

-, papal, in Venice, 1529.

-, -, refuses his benediction after mass in Venice, owing to the excommunication of the signory by Clement, 16.

-, -, lives most of the time out of town at a house he has in the Paduan, 615,

-, -, absent in August 1530, 699.

Legatine commission to Wolsey and Campeggio in London, 235, 255, 275.

Leghorn, in Tuscany, 132, 190, 379; ii. 362, 816.

Le Glay, quoted, ii. 965.

Lequicamo, commander, to Genoa, and thence to Chamberi and Cambray, 78, 84; ii. 532–3, 917.

Leicester, abbey of, death of Wolsey at the,(30 Nov. 1530), 833.

Leigh, Dr. Thomas, sent by Henry to Denmark, ii. 818, 823.

Le Kinghen, capn., ii. 522–3, 536–7, 542, 917.

Leo X., pope, 134, 181, 851.

Lequeitio, Diego de, 776.

Lerida, a province of Catalonia, 624 note.

Lerin, count of, v. Beamont

Le Sauch, Master Jean de, Flemish ambassador in England, 29, 30, 47, 576; ii. 426.

-, -, report of his embassy, 55–9.

-, -, in France. 102–,9.

-, -, in England again (6 Dec. 1529),for the ratification of the treaty of Cambray, 337, 342, 346, 349–50, 354; ii. 294–5.

-, -, leaves for Flanders, ii. 356–7.

-, -, in England (July 1533), ii. 773, 921, 926.

-, -, summoned with Chapuys to Windsor, ii. 773.

-, letters to Margaret, 49, 50, 1121.

-, -, instructions to,

Lescaux, ..Lachaulx.

Letrado, meaning of the word; generally applied to a clerk (learned in letters), lawyer, 172.

Letters, of the English ambassadors in Venice, intercepted, 664.

-, -, of the Florentines, 237, 295.

-, -, of the Pope to king Francis by the duke Alfonso d'Este, ii. 241–2.

-, compulsory, to be forwarded to Spain in England for witnesses to give evidence in the divorce suit, ii. 10, 30, 64.

-, refutatory, against Karne, the excusator, ii. 87.

-, remissory, obtained 12th May 1531,ii. 89.

-, -, to be forwarded to the different kingdoms in Spain, ii. 194.

-, -, Henry's complaint respecting the, (1531), ii. 75.

-, -, said not to have been presented in time at the rota, ii. 725.

-, -, to examine witnesses in Spain for the divorce suit, forwarded by Mai, ii. 115, 117.

-, exccutorial, to be printed and circulated at Naples, ii. 780.

-, -, their publication in Flanders generally approved of, ii. 876.

Leon, Francisco de, 146.

Le Veneur, Jean, bishop of Lisieux (1505–47), marries Francis and Eleanor, 620.

Levorna, Livorno, ..Leghorn.

Leyva, Antonio de, the command of the imperial forces in the Milanese given to, 17, 21, 25–9, 38–9, 73, 98, 128, 165–6, 168, 188, 335, 431, 457.

-, -, at Piacenza with the emperor, 208, 835.

-, -, ordered to attack Francesco Sforza, 217, 260, 282.

-, -, -, and the Venetians, 216–7.

-, -, -, taking baths, 718, 825, 828; ii. 27–8.

-, -, is to procure Gritti's arrest at his passage through the Milanese, ii. 113.

-, -, and that of Marco Gabriello, the Jew, 825.

-, -, his opinion on Montferrato, ii. 666, 994.

-, -, ready to march against the Lutherans, 835.

-, -, letters to the emperor, 7.

-, -, from the emperor to, 682.

Library, papal, at Rome; report of the English ambassador having found in the, some conclusive authority against his master's divorce (Dec. 1530), 836.

Licentiate (?). one in London; takes a letter from Chapuys to Katharine (Nov. 1531), ii. 291.

Liedekerke, sieur de, v. Hannaërt.

Liege, cardinal bishop of, v. Berghen.

Limad, in Tyrol, 259.

-, letter dated at, 170.

Limerick, in Connaught (Ireland), 54.

Lincoln, bishop of, v. Longland.

-, earl of, v. Brandon.

Lindaw, in Bavaria, 46.

Lintz, in Austria, king Ferdinand at, 68, 251, 265, 315, 326, 354, 425, 430.

-, German lanskenets returning from Vienna mutiny at, and threaten to sack it, 316.

-, the affairs of the Turks and Lutherans to be discussed at, in Jan. 1532, ii. 398.

-, letters dated at, 81, 99, 108, 198, 581.

Lirovera (?), an agent of the duchess of Urbino, 164.

Lisbon, university of, ii. 413.

Lisieux (dep. Calvados, in France), bishop of, v. Le Veneur.

Litta, his "Famiglie Italiane," 868.

Livorno, v. Leghorn.

Llaguno y Amirola, Eugenio de, Int. xx note.

Llandaf, bishop of, v. Ateca.

Llauro, v. Llor.

Llor, abbot of, 342, 623–4, 688, 826, 861; ii. 342.

-, -, letters to Covos, 371, 409, 436, 553, 787, 794.

-, -, -, to the archbishop of Santiago (Tavera), 795.

Loaysa [Mendoza], Fr. Garcia, bishop of Osma (1525–32), of Siguenza (1532–8), archbishop of Seville (1538–46), cardinal (1529), confessor of Charles V., Int. xii.

-, -, appointed extraordinary ambassador to Clement, 479.

-, -, arrives at Rome, 529, 536, 539.

-, -, takes charge of the emperor's affairs in that court, 562, 581, 585, 594, 605, 659, 679, 732, 741, 750, 756, 778–9, 808, 810, 821–2, 847, 858–9, 873; ii. 21, 33, 54, 58, 115, 181–2, 258–9, 340, 347, 570, 736, 748.

-, -, in favour of an arrangement with the Lutherans, ii. 21, 33, 54, 58.

-, -, -, and of the postponment of the council, ii. 178–80, 187, 189–91.

-, -, to be sent to Siena for the purpose of conciliating the inhabitants, ii. 662, 813.

-, -, officiates at the procession of Corpus Christi (in 1531), owing to the pope having the gout, ii. 188.

-, -, his opinion of Muxetula, ii. 180, 187, 189, 191.

-, -, -, and of Miçer Mai, of whom he complains, ibid.

-, -, letters to the emperor, 321, 385, 538, 544, 568, 759, 815, 825–7, 852, 900, 916, 930, 933, 976, 1012.

-, -, -, to secretary Covos, 550, 569, 637, 828, 867, 913, 932, 971, 974, 1005, 1032.

-, -, letters to, from the emperor, 904.

-, Pedro de, his father, Int. xii.

Lobozki (?), ii. 346.

Loburjgo, baron, 621; v. Borgo and Borgho.

Lockinghien, Pierre de, v. Leckinghen.

Lodi, in Lombardy, 209, 772.

-, the duke of Milan at, 17.

-, Fr. Jacopo di, a Carmelite, in England and Scotland, 582.

-, -, returns to Rome, saying that king Henry had told him a secret which would be worth a million for the pope to know, ibid.

-, -, again to Scotland as nuncio (Dec. 1530?), 857.

Lodron, Lodrone, count Lodovico, Van Spercal (?), in the imperial service, 711, 785, 867; ii. 987.

Lofredo, Sigismondo di, a lawyer of Naples, 780; ii. 504.

Logua (Loches), in France, 685.

Lombardo, Joan Antonio, an exile from Venice, 491.

Lombardy, the confederates in, 17.

-, St. Pol and the duke of Urbino carrying on war in, 49.

-, plague in, 50.

-, feudatories of, to furnish quarters for the imperial army (1529), 192, 208–9.

-, the Venetians holding some strong places in, 403.

Lombecke, viscount of, v. Hannart.

Lomellino, Genoese merchant, residing in London, ii. 464.

London, 121, 128.

-, Henry's court in, 198, 802.

-, bonfires in, to celebrate the liberation of the French princes, 633–4.

-, -, or rather the determination of the Parisian doctors in favour of the divorce, 696.

-, tower of, 305, 805; ii. 248, 787, 789.

-, -, Henry to inspect the artillery in the, ii. 3.

-, -, Wolsey to occupy the same room in the, that Buckingham had, 819.

-, -, repairs made in the, ii. 509.

-, -, inspected by Henry and Anne Boleyn (Dec. 1531), ii. 566.

-, -, Cromwell has all his treasure and valuables removed to, (Apr. 1533), ii. 644.

-, -, the earl of Kildare prisoner in the, ii. 822.

-, census taken of all foreigners residing in, ii. 262.

-, merchants (foreign) attempt to introduce changes in the customs much to the prejudice of the Spanish and Flemish, ii. 202.

-, -, Germans in, asked by the chancellor (More) to remit a sum of money to Germany, 452; v. Merchants.

-, printers forbidden to print and publish accounts of Clement's reception at Marseilles (Nov. 1533), and due honours paid to him by Francis, ii. 856.

-, -, things not in harmony with the statutes and constitutions of the kingdom, ibid.

-, bishops of, v. Tunstall, Stokesley.

-, Lord Mayor of, 633; ii. 646, 789; v. Peycoke.

-, archdeacon of, 663.

-, letters dated at, all Chapuys'.

Longland (?John), bishop of Lincoln, 1521–47), Henry's confessor; sent to Oxford with an Italian minorite to procure the opinion of its university, 467, 475; ii. 992.

-, -, one of the principal promoters of the divorce, ii. 27.

-, -, Katharine to be removed to a house belonging to, ii. 447.

-, -, accompanies Henry to the conferences of Calais, ii. 494.

-, -, subscribes, with other bishops, Henry's letter to Clement, ii. 608.

Longueville, duke of, v. Orleans.

Loperraez, Corvalan, his description of the bishopric of Osma quoted, Int. xii.; ii. 4 note.

Lopez Benedit, alias Torrellas, Int. xxii.

-, Davalos, Ruy, constable of Castile, ii. 989.

-, de Fuentelisaz, Diego, notary at Alcalá de Henares, 720.

-, de Haro, Alonso, his "Nobiliario" quoted, 378; ii. 396.

-, de Mendoza, D. Iñigo, bishop of Burgos, and cardinal, v. Mendoza.

-, Pacheco, D. Diego, duke of Escalona, 379.

-, de Padilla, Gutierre, Int. vi., xxv.

-, -, at Ferrara, 698.

-, -, instructions to, 401.

-, -, the emperor's letter to, 752.

Loretto, Our Lady of; pilgrimage to, under-taken by an ambassador of Sigismond, king of Poland, 101–2.

-, -, -, by St. Pol, 636.

-, -, the duke of Milan (Sforza), intending to visit, 704.

-, -, -, also Miçer (Galeazzo) Visconti, 701.

-, -, -, and the duke of Albany, ii. 123.

Lorraine, Antoine duke of (1508–44), Int. v.; 51, 99; ii. 226.

-, -, on the death of the duke of Clèves claims his estate, ii. 562.

-, -, ambassador of the, ii. 576.

-, duchess of, v. Bourbon Montpensier.

-, Claude de, count, afterwards duke of Guise, ii. 417.

-, Jean, cardinal of, ii. 620, 629.

-, Mary of, marries James V. of Scotland (1538), ii. 977.

Lothaire, king of France (820–69), alluded, ii. 750, 810–1.

Louis I., "le Debonnaire," king of France, ii. 810.

Louis XII., king of France, alluded, 313; ii. 133.

-, his repudiation of Jeanne de France, and subsequent marriage with Anne de Bretagne, widow of Charles VIII., adduced as an argument in favour of Henry's second marriage, ii. 24, 425, 597.

Louis II. of Hungary (1516–26), 341; ii. 73, 969.

Louise the Regent, mother of king Francis, v. Savoie.

Louvain, in Brabant, ii. 363.

-, university of, consulted on the divorce case, 352, 362.

-, -, gives opinion against it, 745.

-, man of, (Barlow?), ii. 471–4, 992.

Low Countries, Netherlands, the government of, in the hands of Margaret, the emperor's sister, 482, 511, 576 597; v. Margaret.

-, given to Mary of Hungary after her death in 1530, ii. 4, 6.

-, trade between England and the, suspended (Aug. 1533), ii. 773, 868, 921.

Loys, the courier, 396.

Lubeck on the Trave, one of the Hanz towns, 346, 418.

-, league of the Lutherans at (1532), ii. 418–9.

-, fleet of, on the English coast, ii. 776.

-, blockading a port where some Dutch hulks were at anchor, ibid.

-, capture two Spanish vessels going out of the Thames, a Galician and a Biscayan, ibid.

-, preparing to attack the hulks on their coming out of the Cinq Ports, ii. 787.

-, Chapuys' remonstrances in the privy council, ii. 792–4, 797.

-, captain of, sent with one of Cromwell's clerks (Montaborinus) on a mission of conciliation, ii. 793.

-, -, pensioned and knighted by Henry (Dec. 1533), ii. 878.

-, property on board Spanish or Flemish vessels to be restored, ii. 859–87.

-, man sent by Henry to, returns, ii. 877.

Lubiana (Laibach), in Illyria, ii. 520.

-, two of Gritti's spies apprehended and sent to, ii. 858, 998.

Lucca, signory of, 610; ii. 76, 316.

-, baths of, ii. 136, 140.

-, the people of, said to have made a secret alliance with the Swiss and Venetians against the emperor (1529), 241.

-, Marramaldo leaves, and is replaced by Marcilla, 662, 706.

-, the "Fuorusciti" of, make an invasion, 742.

-, conspiracy detected in, 742.

-, payment of contribution towards the Turkish war retarded, 851; ii. 76.

-, and Sienna in fear of the duke Alessandro de' Medici, ii. 193, 196.

-, great riots in, (July 1533), 849; ii. 912.

Luce, Mr. de, dispensation granted [by Clement VII.] to marry his deceased wife's sister, 745.

Lucerne, canton of, in Switzerland, 467; ii. 202.

-, to be attacked by the Bernese, ii. 313.

Lucignano, in the Sienese, sacked by the imperial troops (Oct. 1530), 781.

Luco, a place in the Ferrarese, 867.

Ludovico (?), signor, v. Visconti.

Lugano, cant. of Tessin, Switzerland, governor of, writes asking help against the Lutherans, ii. 313.

Lugo, Alvaro de, treasurer in Spain, 715, 742, 746, 770, 774.

Luis, Dom, infante of Portugal, ii. 81.

-, -, proposed marriage of, to princess Mary of England, ii. 81, 82.

Lullin, Mr. de, governor of Vaulx, 240, 242.

Luna, Sigismondo de, son of Don Jayme, count of Calathabellota, in Sicily, 208, 218.

-, count of, v. Fernandez de Quiñones.

Luneburg, Ernest, duke of, 46.

-, Francis, 46.

Luther, 715, ii. 337, 822.

-, Henry's praise of, 349–50.

-, had he limited himself to inveighing against the vices of the clergy, every one would have followed him, ibid.

- at Ausburg, 613.

-, Clement's opinion that all disputation with, should be avoided, ibid.

-, doubtful points in his case to be studied by the members of the rota at Rome, 749.

-, and his followers decide against Henry's divorce, ii. 28.

-, two tracts written by, sent by the duke of Saxony to Ferdinand, ii. 127.

-, some sort of agreement with, at Charles' passage through Germany, recommended by Mai and Muxetula in June 1531, ii. 179, 192.

Lutheranism spreading rapidly over Germany, 24, 151, 180, 236, 527.

-, merchants in London suspected of, 761.

-, Henry's leaning towards, (1533), ii. 801.

-, remedy against, proposed by Charles, 812.

-, lest the princes favouring, should think that the armaments against the Turk are intended against them, a truce of three years is proposed, during which they may live at peace and in the exercise of their religion, 795.

-, -, and yet complaining that certain of his subjects infected by, are allowed to reside at Antwerp undisturbed, ii. 935.

Lutherans in Germany; protest of the princes at the diet of Spires, 20; ii. 995.

-, assembly of the same at Francfort, 201.

-, their errors to be overlooked to a certain extent (says Clement in Oct. 1529), provided they do not interfere with matters of faith, 283.

-, were it not that they touch upon such matters (Mai writes to the Emperor), there are many things in which reason is on their side, 60 note.

-, Ferdinand advised by the emperor, his brother, to temporize with the, that they may not agree on religious matters, 482; ii. 104.

-, extradition of, from the dominions of Venice stipulated, 489.

-, their proposals to be discussed at Rome at a congregation of cardinals (July 1530), 636.

-, insist upon it general council being assembled, 641.

-, articles proposed by the, 669, 761.

-, persecuted in Portugal, 728.

-, negociations concerning the, 729.

-, the papal brief soliciting the aid of the Christian powers against the Turk modified so as to comprise also the, 784.

-, discontent produced among them by the intended modification, 785.

-, Henry intends making sharp work of the, in his kingdom, 790.

-, -, as among their books one has been found disapproving entirely of the divorce, 790.

-, the better to convince them of their errors a meeting of the pope, emperor, and king of France proposed by the duke of Albany, 796.

-, Carlo III. of Savoy and the Lutherans, 823; ii. 228, 290.

-, matters of faith once settled at a general council, the, might easily be persuaded to help against the Turkish invasion, ii. 43.

-, instead of helping him and the emperor (observes Clement), most of the Christian powers are inclined to favour the Turks and the, ii. 51–2.

-, a compromise with the, strongly recommended by Mai and others, ii. 107, 122, 128, 336, 348.

-, -, by cardinal Loaysa, 21, 33, 34, 58, 859.

-, -, Ferdinand consulted about it (Nov. 1531), ii. 296.

-, -, Clement not to be informed of it, ii. 336.

-, -, -, willing to make concessions to the, ii. 195, 220, 231, 909.

-, -, -, of what sort, ii. 799, 909, 982–3.

-, report of their doings in Switzerland, ii. 306–7, 310–11.

-, six French, who had been upwards of four months in prison, released by the intercession of Giovan Gioachino, the French ambassador (1531), ii. 225.

-, an agent sent by the Pope to the, writes that some good may be done, especially among the Swiss, ii. 314.

-, their destruction to be attempted by means of the Zwinglians, and through the intermediate agency of Bartholomeo Fonzio, the Augustinian, ii. 315.

-, propose holding a diet at Ulm, ii. 368.

-, overtures of the, princes to be discussed in Germany between the emperor and the papal legate (May 1532), ii. 443.

-, -, or rather the parties themselves to appear at Rome, ii. 443.

-, -, as two or three of their preachers are desirous of going there for the purpose, ii. 443.

-, all hate the king of the Romans and are afraid of him, ii. 335.

-, tell the Pope's agent that the choice of a place for the meeting of the council belongs by right to them, ii. 776.

-, to use force against the, is out of the question, ii. 785.

-, an agreement with the, strongly commended by bishop D'Inteville to Clement (Aug. 1531), ii. 914.

-, memorandum of the duke of Saxony and four more princes sent by the papal legate to Miçer Mai, 377.

Luys, Juan (Giova Luigi?), 430; v. also Aragonia.

Lyons, 16, 162, 196, 247, 292, 528.

-, riots in, owing to the scarcity of bread, 16.

-, fair of, 457.

-, Francis' court at, 617.

-, Florentine consul in, 521–2.

-, letters dated at, 107, 165.