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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La Baume (Pierre de), bp. of Geneva, also called Vesontinus; quarrels with Carlo III., du. of Savoy, 137.
Labret, Labrit, Don Enrique de, v. Albret (Henri de) and (Jean de).
La Chaulx, v. Poupet de.
Ladislas (Wladislas), k. of Hungary and Poland, alluded, 116.
La Foresta (see Laforest?), French agent in Constantinople (1535), 394, 535.
La Guyche, v. Guiche.
La Mark (Everard de), bp. of Liege, and card., 415, 483.
La Minerva (card.), 84, 177.
Lancaster, duchy of, the inhabitants of the, said to be disaffected, 324.
Lanciano, in the Abruzza (Naples), bpric. of, 408.
Landa (co. Gelaudio di), gov. of Parma (?), 232.
Langeais, Langes, v. Langey.
Langey (Guillaume de), French amb. to Germany (1535), 338, 353, 403, 451; v. also Belley.
Languillara, v. Anguillara.
Lannoy (Charles de), prince of Sulmona, viceroy of Naples (15227), alluded, 60, 292 note.
-, -, his son Philip, 292.
Lanuza (Juan de), 499, 517, 624.
Lara (D. Manrique de), du. of Najera, 495.
Lasco (Hironimo), pretended amb. of k. Francis to the Grand Turk, 272.
-, (Miguel de), Katharine's physician; attends Mary in her dangerous illness, 2634, 401, 412, 430, 4401, 540, 585, 627.
-, -, and Katharine's apothecary, forbidden to address Mary in Spanish or French, 264.
-, -, in correspondence with Chapuys, 585.
-, -, -, to whom he takes messages from the Queen and Princess, 595.
Lasqui (Lasco?), Hironimo or Hieronimo, negotiating at Constantinople on behalf of the Waywode, 118.
Lasso de la Vega (Garcia), the Inca, 248 note.
-, the poet, 248, 411, 616.
-, the ambassador at Rome, 248 note.
-, (Pedro), 248 note.
Latimer (Hugh), bp. of Worcester, 382.
La Torre, v. Torre.
La Vala, La Valle, card., v. Valle.
Lawrence (Robert), a Carthusian, executed, 496, 623.
Laynixa (Mr. de), gentleman-in-waiting to the q. of France (Eleanor), 538.
League (Italian), defensive, against the Turk, 74, 269.
-, -, Clement contributes with 25,000 due. towards the, 84.
-, -, prorogation of the term for admission in the, denied to Ferrara, 183.
-, -, Venetians to join the, 275, 288, 290, 310.
-, -, ratified by most of the Italian powers, 3845.
-, (Suabian), 189.
-, -, Francis favouring the, 39.
-, -, prorogued for one year, 53.
-, -, broken, 104, 1334.
-, (Swiss), 192.
Lee (Dr. Edward), abp. of York, 26, 156, 162, 1645, 219.
Legh, Leigh (Dr. Thomas), sent on a mission to Denmark, 3, 14, 612.
-, in Venice, 461.
-, -, to the Emperor from Clement, v. Bandini.
-, -, -, Paul, 57980.
Leonard, Mr., v. Grey, Skeffington.
Lerida, a town of Catalonia, 448.
Lesbia (Lesbos), island in the gean Sea, 98.
Levant, news from the, 515.
Leyva (Antonio de), Imp. commander in Italy, 5, 81, 107, 113, 1425, 169, 1867, 192, 210, 281 note, 2867, 289, 291, 306, 310, 333, 365, 3845, 565.
-, -, his opinion on the invasion of France, 368.
-, (Diego de), nephew of the preceding; drowned in crossing a river, 186, 209.
Liege, card, of, v. La Mark.
Liekerke, Likerke, Mr. de, 381, 402, 419, 478, 485; v. Hannart.
Lincoln, earl of, v. Brandom (Henry).
Liorna (Livorno, Leghorn), 264.
Llandaff, bp. of, v. Ateca.
Loaysa y Mendoza (Fr. Garcia de), bp. of Osma, and card., 218.
Lodi, bp. of, v. Sforza.
Logroo, in Rioja (Spain), the defences of, to be inspected, 495.
Lombardy, 169, 210, 280, 384, 514.
Longland (John?), bp. of Lincoln (152147), Henry's confessor.
-, -, would rather be the poorest man in the kingdom than royal confessor, 4.
-, -, uncle of Richard Pate, the amb. with the Emp., 527.
London, plague in, 546.
-, bp. of, v. Stockesley.
-, lord mayor of, v. Champneys.
-, the feast in 1535 attended by the French and Imperial ambassadors, 563.
-, Tower of, 492.
Londoners to be persuaded to appoint a lord mayor to Cromwell's taste, 552.
Longueville, du. of, v. Orleans.
Lopez de Mendoza (D. Iigo), marq. de Mondejar, 496.
-, de Padilla (Gutierre), Imp. amb. in Savoy, 81, 307.
Loreno, prior of Bellville, 496, 623, v. Lawrence.
Lorraine, duchy of, in danger of an attack from the Lutherans, 59.
-, -, Francis keeping a large force on the frontiers of (Jan. 1535), 375.
-, -, the legacy of Lorraine applied for by card. Jean, 405.
-, (Antoine "le Bon"), du. of, Francis seeking an interview with, 5, 10, 237, 394.
-, -, -, his brethren residing in France, 10 note.
-, -, going to Paris with his Duchess, 1334.
-, (Claude cle), duke of Guise, 394, 539 note.
-, (Franois), marq. de Pont Mousson and du. of Bar, son of the du. Antoine (d. 1545), 237 note.
-, (Jean), bp. of Toul and card. (d. 1550):
-, -, negociating at Rome on behalf of king Francis, 385, 4056.
-, -, his sec, v. Porto.
-, (Marie de), widow of the du. of Longueville, married to James king of Scotland (d. 1560), 539.
Losana (Lausanne), Metz and Geneva proposed as fit places for the meeting of the Council, 445.
Lothaire I., the emp. (81769), having repudiated his wife, is obliged by pope Nicolas to have her back again, 467.
Louis, king of Hungary, slain at the battle of Mohatz, 443.
-, II., son of Lothaire, emp., king of Italy, 622.
-, the palatine of the Rhine, co. elector, 447.
Louvain, dean of, v. Adrian.
-, the defence of the, said to have been entrusted by the Emp. to k. Henry, 549.
-, rumour of an invasion of the, by the combined forces of France and England, 401, 621.
-, should the English trade with the, be stopped, king Henry might listen to reason, 493, 506.
Lubeck, 198, 396, 439.
-, a doctor (Leigh) sent by Henry to, (Jan. 1534), 14.
-, doctor from, 2023.
-, a sec. [Dr. Adam?] from, arrives in London (19 Feb. 1584), 58, 73.
-, -, another, or the same (in March 1535), 470.
-, ambs. from, 1967, 224, 452, 480, 485, 524.
-, Henry's master gunner (Candish), returns from, 505.
-, captain of, v. Meger or Meyer.
-, Henry's amb. to, v. Bonner.
-, truce with the, 1267.
-, k. Henry's political relations with the, 4, 263, 347, 392, 571.
-, said to be in treaty with him to make him master of Denmark, 440, 458, 524, 527.
-, working for the restoration of Kristiern, II., 470, 616.
-, the affairs of the, going on badly, 541.
Lucca, 289, 384.
Lunda, Lunden (Lonen), in Sweden, abp. of, v. Torbern-Bilde.
Luneburg (Lunenburg), du. of, his messenger to England, 611.
Lunel (Fr. Vincencio), general of the Franciscans at Rome, 5823.
-, bp. of, v. Tornbern-Bilde.
Luquese, not in good odour with the Pope, 169.
-, to be exempted from contributing to the Italian league, 289.
-, only bad men, almost all, at the head of affairs in England, 520.
-, (German) to be stirred against the Pope, 3, 83, 240.
-, -, in secret intelligence with king Francis, 5.
-, rigorously treated in France, 389, 445.
-, an English clergyman once imprisoned and exiled as a, preaching against the Pope in London, 49.
-, -, to be persuaded to invade France, 392.
-, -, befriended in Paris, 475, 532.
-, in England, 198.
-, articles of, discussed after dinner in Cromwell's house, 206.
-, Francis ready to prevent the spread of, in his kingdom, 357.
-, said to have treated with count Nassau to that end, 563, 574, 576.
Luzera (Lucera), card. bp. of, v. Palmeri.
Lyons, 134, 302, 514.
-, king Francis holding his court at, 546.
-, -, staying near it at a house of admiral Chabot, 582.