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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Faença, in the States of the Church, bp. of, v. Carpi and Pio da Carpi.
Farnese (card. Alessandro), 16, 70, 80–1, 102.
-, -, votes in favour of Katharine, 84.
-, -, said to have been recommended by Clement as the fittest cardinal to succeed him in the pontificate, 246.
-, -, lets. to the Emperor, 62.
-, -, elected Pope, 275, 281, 325, 615; v. Paul III.
-, another, grandson of Paul III., 546.
-, -, to be appointed bp. of Burgos, 515.
-, (Angela), sister of Pope Paul III., 343 note.
-, (Bartolomeo), to be appointed cardinal?, 343 note.
-, (Francesca), 343 note.
-, (Pier Luigi), lord of Montalto, father of Alessandro (Paul III.), 343.
-, (Pier Luigi II.), son of pope Paul; desired by his father not to come to Rome, 288, 343, 409, 450, 498, 516, 567.
-, -, dissuaded by Sylva from taking the command of the papal forces against Perugia, 512–3.
-, -, visits the Emperor at Genoa, 536.
-, -, returns to Rome, 579.
-, -, the Emperor's instructions to, 235, 285.
-, -, negociations at Rome, 567–8.
Faust (Dr. Joannes), 392.
Farfa, abbot of, v. Orsino (Napoleone).
Favignana, in Tuscany, 451.
-, Philibert de Châlon slain at (3 Aug. 1530), Int. xi. note; v. Gavinana.
Felix, lord, governor of Wales, 249.
Ferdinand (Fernando), the Catholic of Spain (1474–1516), alluded, 615.
Ferdinand, archduke of Austria, brother of Charles, k. of Bohemia (1526); of Hungary (1527); k. of the Romans (1531), 6, 53, 81, 112, 143, 167, 238–9, 257, 261, 271, 273, 276, 352–3, 360, 389–90, 417, 434, 449, 456, 489, 503, 510, 515, 525, 561, 570.
-, -, report of his defeat by the landgrave of Hesse, 112.
-, -, gentleman of his chamber on a mission to France, 132.
-, -, negociating with the Waywode, 269.
-, -, his affairs with Venice in a fair way of being settled, 272.
-, -, daughter of, to be married to Guillaume (William) of Bavaria, 322–3.
-, -, wishing to have the command of the army that is to invade France, 368.
-, -, his ambassadors at Rome, v. Sanchez and Noguerolles.
-, -, let. to Leyva, 38.
Fernandez (Gonzalo), the Emp.'s chaplain; on a secret mission to the earl of Desmond in Ireland, 30, 612.
-, de Cordoba (D. Luis), duke of Sessa:
-, -, one of his sons to be married to Paul III.'s grand-daughter, 409, 450.
-, Manrique (D. Juan), marq. de Aguilar, 462, Int.
-, -, wrongly called D. Alonso, 622.
Ferné. v. Farnese.
Ferrete, county of, in dep. Hauts Alpes (France), 311.
Fetiplace (Edmund), 625.
-, (Thomas), 625.
Feu Vullien, v. Fitz William.
Fez, king of, attempts to take Melilla by surprise, 496.
Ferrara, the affair discussed, 566.
-, the Duke rejecting any of the means of settlement proposed, 566.
-, -, cards. appointed by Paul to find the means of settling it, 566.
-, du. of, v. Este (Alphonso, Hercole).
-, cardinal of, v. Este (Ippolito).
Fetherston (Dr. Richard), Mary's preceptor, summoned to swear to the statutes (May 1535), 453.
Figuerola (lic.), pres. of the Sumaria, at Naples, on a mission to Rome, 261, 269, 281 note.
Filonardi, filonardo (Cincio), bp. of Terracina, 472.
Filonardo (Ennio), bp. of Veroli, generally called "II. Verolano," (1533–4,) sent to Switzerland on a mission, 5, 7.
-, -, detained at Milan, 47–8.
-, -, will not go thither empty-handed, 85.
-, -, his departure delayed for fear of the French, 122.
-, -, a nephew of, employed on the same mission, 48.
-, -, his secretary, 186.
-, -, countermanded with others, not to come to the Parliament of 1534, 26.
-, -, as he is known to be on Katharine's side, ibid.
-, -, his property confiscated, 94.
-, -, summoned to appear in London (March 1534), 75.
-, -, -, and to swear to the statutes, 124.
-, -, -, refuses, and is sent to prison, 124, 131, 159, 325, 453.
-, -, made card. by Paul III. (22 May 1535), 475.
-, -, attainted, 492–3, 497.
-, -, sentenced to death (17 June), 504.
-, -, executed (22 June), 504, 506, 517, 520–1, 523, 539, 544, 548, 562.
-, -, his confessor, who attended him on the scaffold, 505.
-, -, pope Paul (said Cromwell) the real cause of his death, by appointing him cardinal, 505, 522.
-, -, his head cast into the Thames, 562.
-, -, his writings and papers burnt, 587.
FitzGerald (Gerald), ninth earl of Kildare, lieut.-deputy of Ireland (1513–34), 29, 31, 339, 381, 497.
-, -, report of his having gone to Scotland (Jan. 1534), 14.
-, -, prisoner in the Tower, indisposed both in body and mind, owing to wounds received in warfare, 131.
-, -, chaplain of, informs Chapuys on the affairs of Ireland, 255.
-, -, allowed more liberty than before, 256.
-, -, dies (Sept. 1534), 262.
-, -, report of his having been executed, 463.
-, -, his countess, 255–6; v. Elizabeth.
-, -, his son, v. FitzGerald (Thomas).
-, -, his son-in-law, 254.
-, -, his brothers, 131.
-, -, his chaplain, 255.
-, (Lord Thomas), son of Gerald, earl of Kildare, erroneously called by Chapuys and Ortiz "the young earl of Kildare"; described by Chapuys as a good auxiliary against Henry in case of need (Apr. 1534), 131.
-, -, a brave and popular youth, 204.
-, -, rises in Ireland (Aug.), 248–9.
-, -, one of his relatives (Desmond?) said to have declared against him (Sept.), 253–5.
-, -, threatening Henry, of whom he writes in the most opprobrious terms, 255.
-, -, rumour circulated in London of his having solicited the King's pardon, 262–3.
-, -, -, and of his having been deserted by one of his brethren, 339.
-, -, 1,500 of the royalists desert and join him, 280.
-, -, lays siege to Dublin, 330, 463, 497.
-, -, takes a castle within the Irish pale (Jan. 1535), 376.
-, -, a connexion of, conspires to deliver him into the hands of the King's officers, but is defeated and slain, 356–7.
-, -, has the abp. of Dublin (Allen) and suite murdered, 244.
-, -, takes four or five towns within the pale, ibid.
-, -, writes to the Pope, asking his absolution for Allen's murder, 464.
-, -, is absolved, 464, 545.
-, -, said to go on prosperously and doing much harm to the English, 517, 535.
-, -, surrenders to a brother of his step-mother (lord Leonard Grey?), 541, 543.
-, -, is brought to London, and confined to the Tower, 543, 552, 563, 569.
-, -, his brother-in-law, 254.
-, -, his brethren, 339.
-, -, about to repudiate his wife, 255.
-, (Thomas), 12th earl of Desmond (d. 1534), his relationship to Kildare, 29.
-, -, Chapuys instructed to inquire into his power, authority, &c., ibid., 30.
-, -, closely allied to Kildare, well made and bold, a terrible man in warfare, 31, 131.
-, -, his uncle once upon the point of marrying a daughter or sister of k. Edward, 31.
-, -, a rumour in London of his having joined Kildare in his rebellion (July 1534).
-, -, agent of, at the Imp. Court, v. Shark.
-, -, -, how received by the Emp., 264, 529.
Fitzwilliam (Sir William), treas. of the Household, 11, 74, 114, 150–3, 155, 232 (?), 379, 411, 525.
-, -, to France on a mission, 114, 132–5, 152–3.
-, -, about to be sent to Calais, 511.
Fitzroy (Henry) du. of Richmond, natural son of Henry VIII., 332, 453.
Flanders, 370, 394.
-, military operations in (Apr. 1534), 125–6, 370, 372.
-, prognostic printed in, threatening England with war and misfortune, 356.
-, Francis disputing the sovereignty of, though having expressly renounced it by the treaty of Madrid, 351, 361.
-, report of an nvasion of, by Francis, 393, 395.
-, -, by Henry VIII., 400.
-, English trade with, and Spain, to be interdicted, 456.
-, a carpenter and a farrier from, pressed into English service as gunners, 540.
-, importation of corn from, still allowed in England (Nov. 1535), 564.
-, -, French ambassador expressing wonder at it, ibid.
Flandre (Louis de), sieur de Praët, Imp. amb. in England and in France, 93.
Fleet, Turkish and Barbarossa's, composed of 200 sail, about to invade the Mediterranean coast (Mar. 1534), 97–8.
-, -, probably also to invade Naples and Sicily, ibid.
-, of the League, one of 500 sail to be prepared and armed against the Turk, 240.
Florence (Firenze), 116.
-, to contribute towards the Italian league, 289.
-, fuorusciti of, 273, 281, 394, 398, 409.
-, after the death of Clement likely to take the part of the French, 363.
-, applying to France for men and money against the du. Alessandro, 394.
Foix (Francois Phebus de), king consort of Navarre by his marriage to Eleanor, 615.
Fonseca (Alonso de), abp. of Santiago, (1508–21), of Toledo (1524–34), death of (1534), 85, 109, 138, 614.
-, -, his personal property claimed by Clement as belonging to the Church, 109.
Fontarrabia, a town of Biscay (Spain); the French not to attack, in 1535, but to invade Flanders instead, 393.
-, its defences to be inspected, 495.
Forli, cattle of, in Romagna, the du. of Florence, Alessandro, takes possession of, 187, 188.
-, card., bp. of, v. Medici (Ottaviano).
Fox (Dr. Edward), King's almoner, bp. of Hereford, 156–7, 163, 165, 206, 519, 552, 555, 563.
-, -, to proceed to Germany on a mission, 519, 528, 552.
-, -, -, with a message from Henry to Melancthon, 564.
-, -, -, for the spread of Luther-anism, 564.
Fragoso, Fregoso (Cesare), Genoese nobleman, 86, 627.
-, -, (Paolo), at the head of a formidable conspiracy against Doria's life in Genoa, 78.
France, news from the court of, 81, 418, 582.
-, the "ban and arrière" ban called forth in (Feb. 1534), 59.
-, to be invaded by Charles, 368.
-, military preparations in (June 1534), 482.
-, dauphin of, v. Valois and Francis.
Francis I., "the most Christian King of France" (1515–47), 3, 5, 39, 53, 81, 132–3, 151, 208–9, 224, 275, 279, 282, 285, 357, 399, 449, 487–8, 491.
-, -, unwilling to help against the Turk, 17.
-, -, -, having made a secret alliance with him, 98.
-, -, sends a gentleman of his chamber to the Emp., 134.
-, -, will not give his daughter in marriage to James, 151.
-, -, wavering in his alliauce with England, 153.
-, -, proposed meeting of, and Henry, at Calais, 153, 431.
-, -, -, postponed, 153, 432.
-, -, accused of having concluded (Aug. 1534) a treaty with Solyman, 237.
-, -, -, and intending to help Barbarossa to the conquest of Tunis, 238.
-, -, intriguing in Germany, 361.
-, -, -, and in Switzerland, 361.
-, -, preparing to make war in the spring (1535), 361–2.
-, -, writes a Latin letter to the German electors, 412, 417, 422.
-, -, -, which Cromwell shows to Chapuys, calling it a brutal one, 412, 417.
-, -, -, refutation of, by Charles, 442–6.
-, -, would not scruple, for the sake of obtaining Milan, to bring the Turk into Europe, Cromwell said, 455.
-, -, the payment of his annual pension to England postponed at his pressing request, 458.
-, -, his opinion of Henry's marriages, 476–7.
-, -, -, negociating one between his son, the Dauphin, and Mary Tudor, 477, 494, 530.
-, -, -, between his third son (Charles) and Elizabeth, 465, 477.
-, -, gives audience to Hannaërt, 475.
-, -, continually throwing impediments in the Emperor's path, 487.
-, -, represented as ready and willing to obey the commands of the Holy See in all matters concerning Henry and his divorce, 505.
-, -, in Picardy with 600 lances, 514.
-, -, his ambassadors in England, v. Coligny, Castelnau, &c., v. Ambassadors (French).
-, -, -, in Spain, v. Dodieu.
-, -, -, to Switzerland, v. Bellay (Guillaume du),
-, -, -, to Rome, v. Bellay (Jean du),
-, -, -, to the German princes, v. Bellay.
-, -, had Henry limited himself to prevent the bulls and half fruits of the English bishoprics going to Rome, k., would certainly have followed his example, 529.
-, -, plotting to prevent the meeting of the General Council, 551.
-, -, Henry working for the same purpose, 551.
-, -, sends one of his courtiers to England on a mission, 561.
-, -, willing to help the Pope in the execution of Henry's sentence, 561.
-, -, his ambassador (Castelnau) complains of French merchants being ill-treated in England, 562.
-, -, so weak in Nov. 1535 that for ten days he was unable to quit his bedroom, 567.
-, -, willing to help to Henry's deposition, provided the Emperor takes the lead, 567.
-, -, -, an authentic declaration to that effect required, for fear he should retract, 568.
-, -, thanksgivings in London for his convalescence, 570.
-, -, interrogated by Hannaërt on the three principal points of Nassan's memorandum, 575.
-, -, -, his answer, 575–6.
-, -, (François), dauphin of Viennois, eldest son of k. Francis I.; proposed marriage of, with the Infanta of Spain (Maria), daughter of Charles, 35.
-, -, -, with Mary of England, 477, 494, 530.
-, -, -, English opinion upon the match; not to be thought of (says Cromwell to Chapuys), 517.
-, -, if he succeeds to the crown of France his brothers will not molest him, 563.
Franciscans, general of the, v. Lunel.
-, in Ireland, the provincial of the, on a visit to the convents of his order, 204.
-, -, assures Chapuys that he will do anything there to preserve the authority of the Holy See, ibid.
Frederic, Frederick, co. palatine of the Rhine, 447.
-, one of Henry's agents to visit him (Jan. 1534), 21.
-, joins the du. of Holstein, 452.
-, married to princess Dorothea, 484, 530.
-, aspiring to the crown of Denmark, 511, 518, 526.
-, his secretary, v. Hubert.
Frederic I., du. of Holstein, k. of Denmark, son of Kristiern I. (1523–33), 452, 501.
Frejus in Provence, death of Garci Lasso at Monay near, 248 note, 616.
French, considered by Cromwell the most suspicious nation in the world, 417, 424.
-, -, and not to be trusted anyhow, 458.
-, abuse of the, fashionable at the court of England in July 1535, 526.
-, the last instalment of their debt to England still unpaid (Nov. 1535), 565.
Frenesis, v. Farnese.
Friars, one English, a doctor in Theology, asks Chapuys for a prognostic, 412–13.
-, a chaplain of Lord Hussey calls on Chapuys (April 1535), 441.
-, and nuns allowed to quit their respective convents if they choose, 541, 573.
Friesland (Frisland), the du. of Ghelders making war in, 58, 613.
Frise, county of, v. Friesland.
Fuorusciti of Florence, 273, 281, 514.
-, memorial of the, to the Emp., 409.
-, apply to k. Francis for protection, 394.
Furstenberg, co. William or Guillaume von, at the French court with the landgrave of Hesse, 189.
-, -, leaves for Germany with money furnished by Francis, 395.
-, -, joins the landgrave and the rebels, 400–1.
-, -, report of his having been taken prisoner on his return to France, 401.
-, -, raises a force of 6,000 lanskenets, and takes up a position on the frontiers of Burgundy, 580.