Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 5 Part 1, 1534-1535. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1886.
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Dacres (Lord William), of Gillesland, 225, 611, 615.
-, a staunch partisan of queen Katharine and her daughter Mary, 225.
-, arrayed before a court of law on the charge of high treason, 225, 229.
-, his innocence proclaimed, notwithstanding Anne Boleyn's influence, ibid.
Dallebrech, v. Albret.
Danes, the, said by the Scotch amb. (Otterburn) to be devoted to the Emperor, as well as the Norwegians, 127.
Dansrey, v. Dausrey.
Dantzig, in Prussia, English merchant ships returning from, captured by the Swedes (Sept. 1535), 541, 571.
Danverain (Danveram), co. (comte souverain?) 58, 613.
D'Arcy, Darcy (Sir Arthur), younger son of lord Thomas; appointed captain of Jersey (Sept. 1534), 421–2, 609–10.
-, (Thomas, lord), of Templehurst, "the good old lord;" in communication with Chapuys, 26, 421, 609–10, 612.
Dardanels, strait of, 460.
Dausrey, v. Ossory.
Davalos (Gaspar), abp. of Granada (1529–42), 463.
-, (Rodrigo), leaves Rome with despatches, 100, 226.
David, Master, a Scot, 58; v. Betoun?.
Davila, v. Avila.
Debaubery (sieur de), v. Waury and Rupt.
Debitis, Debitys, of Calais, the chief of the customs, 123, 125 note.
Defensorium Pacis, Latin tract written in defence of Louis of Bavaria; quoted, 1.
Denlier, Deulier, a great lord in England (?) 235.
Denmark, war with the people of Lubeck, 540.
-, fleet of,
-, king of, v. Kristiern II. and III.
-, queen, v. Isabella, sister of Charles.
-, princesses of, v. Christina, Dorothea.
-, affairs of, watched with great interest in England, 396, 458, 470, 484, 540, 571, 585.
-, English agents sent to, 458, 470, 485, 585.
-, granted by Clement VII. on Charles's renewed applications, 108, 175.
-, the publication of, delayed by his successor in the papacy, 464.
-, -, as well as by Charles himself, 522–3; v. also Executory letters.
-, Charles instructs his ambassador at Rome not to press for it, 522–8, 527, 561.
-, cardinals meeting to draw out the, 574.
-, a declaratory breve required, ibid.
-, cardinals agreeing, but granting Henry three months time to repent, 589.
Derby, earl of, v. Stanley.
Desmond, earl of, v. Fitzgerald.
Dexceptre, marq. de, v. Exeter.
Dieppe, viscount (?), 339.
Diet, one to be held at Hamburg, 73.
-, of Augsburg, 10.
Dijon, in Burgundy, 546.
-, letter dated at, 226.
Dinteville, Jean, bailli of Troyes, a relative of the Grand Master (Montmorency), French amb. in England, expected, 540.
-, -, arrives (Sept. 1535), 542, 544.
-, -, to solicit, as asserted, a marriage between the princess (Mary) and the Dauphin, 542–3, 555.
-, -, -, or for some other purpose unknown, 543–4.
-, -, said to have been the bearer of the Pope's breve to Henry, 552.
-, -, leaving England rather dissatisfied (Oct. 1535), 543–4, 549.
-, -, his principal errand being to ask for the Princess's hand for the Dauphin, 542–3, 549.
-, -, about to depart (9 Oct. 1535), 549, 550, 626.
-, -, visits Elizabeth in company with Castelnau, as if she were a true princess, 569.
Divorce suit, no sentence to be passed in the, without referring it again to the Rota, 9.
-, amb. Sylva to complain of such breach of promise on the part of Clement, 10.
-, -, and urging in the Emp.'s name for a prompt resolution of the case, 43.
-, had Henry sent his powers in time to be represented at Rome (said Cromwell to Chapuys) sentence would have been pronounced in his favour, 24.
-, the suit brought forward in Consistory, 58.
-, -, a proposal made at Marseilles for the, to be tried at Cambray, and sentenced at Rome, not accepted by Henry, 71.
-, -, the question of the, not to be introduced at the General Council, 77, 347, 457.
-, -, summary of the proceedings in the, in a letter from Rome, 226–9.
-, -, doubts about the execution of the sentence in the, 560–1.
-, the Emp's. Privy Council on the, 110, 145–6.
-, sentence against the, pronounced by Clement, 110–11, 114, 117, 175.
-, thanks from the Emp., who offers, should Henry not obey, to help to its execution as a Christian prince, 175.
-, payment of fees to lawyers employed in the divorce suit, 184–5.
Dodieu (Claude), sieur de Vély or Velly, French amb. with the Emperor, 134, 319, 331–2, 351, 389, 395, 402–3, 424, 481, 592, 480, 607.
-, -, cousin of, taking despatches to Madrid (Nov. 1534), 319.
Dominicans in Spain, provincial of the, v. San Pedro.
Doria (Ambrosino), Clement's chamberlain, 79, 139.
-, (Andrea), prince of Melphi, 104, 113–4, 119, 144, 217, 230–2, 242, 257, 269, 274, 279, 304, 306, 333–4, 335, 341, 383–4, 390, 400, 403, 408, 461, 482.
-, -, his galleys, 47, 270–1, 279.
-, -, his opinion respecting the projected invasion of France, 368.
-, -, lets. to, from the Emperor, 65.
Dorothea, princess of Denmark, daughter of Kristiern II., 599.
-, -, her hand offered by Charles to the duke of Angoulême, 321, 371.
-, -, -, solicited by James, 530, 613–4.
-, -, married to the Palatine Frederic (in May 1535), 484, 530.
Dorset, marquis of, v. Grey.
D'Ossey, v. Hussey.
Douglas (Archibald), earl of Angus, 23, 263, 431, 485.
-, -, uncle of the above, returns to Scotland, 263.
-, -, two relatives of, sentenced to death, 485.
-, (George), brother of Archibald, 23.
Dover, defence of, attended to, 482.
-, k. Henry at (June 1535), ibid.
Du Bellay, v. Bellay.
Dubilia, Dubilinia (Dublin), 463, 497.
-, castle of, besieged by the rebels, 330.
-, archbishop of, v. Allen.
Duel proposed between the Emperor and Francis; Sylva consulted about it (Oct. 1535), 548.
Duprat (Antoine) abp. of Sens (Senonensis); chancellor of Francis I., 613.
-, -, card, legate in France, ibid.
Dutch, the, said to have broken the truce with the Lüebeckers (July 1534), 207.