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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Easterlings in London, 251.
-, their goods under sequestration, 550, 555, 563.
Ecclesiastic grant (subsidio ecclesiastico); bull relating to, granted by Paul (1535), 433.
Edward IV., king of England (146183), alluded, 31, 323.
-, -, his sons, 468.
Effingham, earl of, 355.
Egmont (Charles d'), du. of Ghelders (15345), sends ambs. to Augsburg, 6.
-, -, making war in Frisland, 58.
-, -, residing in France, 3623, 365, 372, 390.
-, -, accused of ingratitude against the Emp., 372.
-, -, receives money from Francis that he may raise troops and invade Flanders, 3934, 403, 423, 447, 483, 582.
-, -, again raising troops (July 1535), 514.
Ekio (Dr.), chief councillor to the duke of Bavaria, 369Eleanor, Eleonora (Leonor), sister of Charles, wife of Francis I., k. of France, 134, 239, 275, 357, 393, 607.
-, -, sends a messenger to Charles to inform him of the state of things in France, 150.
-, -, her interview with Mary of Hungary reported, 5256, 5289, 531, 534.
-, -, -, effected (16 Aug. 1535), 538.
-, -, -, not much to Henry's taste, 5256.
-, -, gentlemen in waiting to, 150, 538; v. Laynixa?.
Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn (born 1533), called officially "the Princess," and by the Imperialists "the bastard" and "la petite garce," 11, 67, 72, 156, 299.
-, -, visited by her father, 11, 58.
-, -, -, by the French ambassadors, (April 1535), 1145.
-, -, her household, 224.
-, -, Mary obliged to follow her wherever she goes, 263, 294.
-, -, proposed marriage of, with the du. of Angoulme, 279, 300, 331, 457, 465, 469, 474, 478, 514.
-, -, -, with prince Philip of Spain, hinted at by Cromwell, 420, 457, 469, 585.
-, -, called princess of Wales, 420.
-, -, negotiations for her marriage with Charles du. of Angoulme, 478, 514.
-, -, -, broken off, owing to two conditions stipulated by Henry and rejected by the French, 514.
-, -, house given to, 539.
-, -, visited by the French ambassador Dinteville and by Castelnau (Oct. 1535), 551.
Elpergo (Joannes ab), v. lpinus.
Eltham, in Kent, Henry's court at, 224, 595.
-, Mary with Elizabeth at, 224.
Ely, bp. of, v. Goodrich.
Elyot (Sir Thomas), English ambassador in Spain (15312), 256, 296 note.
-, -, favourably received by the Emperor, 623.
Empire, prince electors of the, letter addressed by king Francis to the, 417, 422.
-, -, Chapuys' remark to Cromwell concerning it, ibid.
Enckevort, Enkewort (William), bp. of Tortosa (June 1534), 7, 2167.
-, -, his name badly written Enkiwart, 219.
England, news from (15345), 293, 507, 520, 522, 565.
-, great union prevailing between, and France (Oct. 1534), 297.
-, said to be a fief of the Roman church, 522.
-, -, and to devolve to it on the publication of the executory letters, 522.
-, the Pope to declare that the kingdom of, belongs by right to princess Mary, 523.
-, certain lords and gentlemen of, ready to rise, 41011.
-, the harvest of 1535 very scanty, so much so that famine was apprehended, 538.
-, plague in (Aug. 1535), 545.
-, trade with, to be stopped in the Emp.'s dominions, 544, 5567.
-, -, and hostilities to begin at once (Oct. 1535), 549.
-, -, such being Paul's advice and also that of the French, 556.
-, -, the latter glad at any time to co-operate against, 557.
-, -, for France and England can never be united by the same ties, 599.
English malcontents, the Emperor promises to help the, 401.
-, -, imprisoned by the Spanish Inquisition, 412.
-, prisoners and vessels captured at sea by the Emperor's privateers, released, 414.
-, no longer trust on the French, of whom they speak disparagingly, 519.
-, rejoicing at the Emperor's victories over the Turks, 556.
-, -, prefer peace to war with Spain and the Empire, 577.
Enriquez (Da. Maria), 495.
Erskine (Sir Thomas), of Brechin, sec. of State of Scotland, 23, 535, 586, 613.
-, -, sent by James to France,
-, -, returns, 135.
-, -, -, to Rome, 213.
Escheator of the Privy Council, 1.
Espinasse or L'Espinasse, 252 note.
Este (Alphonso d'), du. of Ferrara (150534); on bad terms with pope Clement, 3, 143, 183, 20910.
-, -, -, and with Paul III. on account of Modena, 278, 283, 363, 385.
-, -, ambassador of, at Rome, 144, 210.
-, -, suffering from intermittent fever, 278, 334, 409.
-, -, had he come to terms his dispute with the Holy See might have been settled long ago (Dec. 1534), 342.
-, death of (31 Aug. 1534), 409.
-, (Ercole or Hercole), du. of Ferrara (153458), son of the preceding, disputing certain towns in the territory of Modena, 278.
-, -, should he come to terms the dispute might easily be settled, 342.
- (Ippolito), cardinal of Ferrara,
Executory letters (executoriales) of the sentence on the divorce suit; their issue delayed by Clement VII., 13, 120, 138, 288.
-, by Paul III., 464, 474, 497, 506, 547.
-, the Imperial ambs. at Rome not pressing for them (Oct. 1534), 288.
-, once published (lord Hussey tells Chapuys), all matters will go on smoothly, 512.
-, -, as the clergy of England will gladly furnish the funds required to dethrone k. Henry, 512.
-, the Emp. consulted as to the publication of the, 515, 522.
-, -, which are to bring forth Henry's deprivation, 5223.
-, the presentation of the, to king Henry by Katharine, considered dangerous, 5212.
-, after the execution of Fisher and More, pope Paul willing to publish the, 524.
-, Francis promises his help, provided the Emperor takes the lead, 535.
-, Charles writes to his ambassador at Rome not to press too much for the, 535.
-, certain offensive clauses (to Katharine and Mary), suppressed in the draft of the, 547, 560, 626.
-, to remain in the hands of the Imp. amb. until the Emperor's pleasure, 548.
Exeter, marq. of, v. Courtney.