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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Machicao, capt., killed at Coron, 98, 103.
Macon in Burgundy, bp. of, v. Hmard Denonville.
Madeleine, v. Magdalen.
Madrid, let. dated at, 231 note.
-, treaty of, alluded, 361, 390.
-, -, infringed by Francis, 362.
-, -, to be considerably modified, 398.
-, k. James V. suing for her hand, 104, 133.
-, accompanies q. Eleanor to Cambray, 539.
-, married to James V., k. of Scotland (1536), 539.
Magno (Marino), of Ragusa, 531.
Mahon in Minorca, 497 note.
Mai (Mier Miguel), Imp. amb. at Rome (152932), alluded, 615.
Malaga in Spain, 4956, 614.
Malta, Order of St. John of, 271.
-, legal suit at Rome, 215.
-, galleys of, 271.
Manfredonia in Sicily, abp. of, v. Monte.
Mantua, city, proposed as the place of meeting of the General Council, 4489, 498, 561, 581.
-, du. of, v. Gonzaga (Frederico).
-, card., v. Gonzaga (Hercole).
-, amb. of, v. Torre.
Manuel (Dom Manoel), k. of Portugal (14951521); to write a letter to the Pope and College of Cardinals on behalf of Katharine, 112.
-, -, and respecting the assembly of the General Council, 449.
-, large galley of, at the taking of Tunis, 623.
-, (Maria of), daughter of Dom Manuel and Da. Eleanor; her marriage to the du. of Orleans spoken of, 239.
Maraveglia, Maravella (Merveilles?) k. Francis' squire; executed at Milan, 104, 361, 577.
Margaret (Margarita), du. of Florence, natural daughter of Charles V., 5, 6, 10, 146.
-, to be married to Alessandro de' Medici, 168, 1912, 333, 618.
-, (Marguerite), daughter of the du. of Vendme, v. Bourbon (Marguerite de).
Maria, infanta of Spain, dau. of Charles V. (born 28 June 1528), 398, 496, 623.
-, her marriage with the dauphin of France talked of, 274, 333.
-, -, first proposed by Francis, 357.
-, -, with the duke of Angoulme (Charles), 417.
-, infanta of Portugal, daughter of king Joa III. and Eleanor of Castille:
-, -, her hand offered to the dauphin of France, 279, 329, 335.
-, -, the report contradicted by amb. Chabot, 340.
-, -, to Charles, duke of Angoulme, 417, 618.
-, sued in marriage by James of Scotland, 430, 530.
-, q. dowager of Hungary, sister of Charles, and widow of king John, slain at Mohatz; gov. of the Low Countries, 49, 124, 31011.
-, -, her interview with her sister Eleanor, queen of France, reported, 5256, 5289, 531, 5334.
-, -, -, effected (16 Aug. 1535), 538.
Marino, Magno (cavalier) of Ragusa, 531, v. Magno.
Marmier (Hughes), pres. of Burgundy, 310, 539.
Marseille, Marseilles, conferences of, between pope Clement and Francis I., alluded, 6, 7, 17, 71, 101, 137, 187, 259, 351, 396, 472, 548.
-, -, described by the Emp. as injurious to him and to his brother Ferdinand, 7, 149, 168, 444.
-, -, said by the French to have been the cause of Henry's suspicions and misgivings, 59.
-, -, satirical verses on the, 28.
Martinengo (Ludovico di), French spy, arrested; commits suicide, 2767.
Marval (Mr. de), Charles's agent in Germany, 371.
Mary of England, daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Aragon, officially called "the Lady Mary," 236, 374, 397, 41821, 432, 438, 4545, 457, 48690, 497, 504, 547, 553, 579.
-, -, residing with Henry's bastard daughter 20 miles from London, 4, 11.
-, -, occupying the worst rooms in the house, with only one chambermaid, 4, 11.
-, -, asks permission to kiss her father's hand, and is refused, 11.
-, -, Cromwell, Fitz William, and Kingston in a deputation to (Jan. 1535), 11.
-, -, rumour of her marriage to the marq. de Saluzzo, 12, 27.
-, -, advised by Chapuys to be on her guard, and not consent to her marriage without her mother's and the Emp.'s permission, 27.
-, -, visited by the King's deputies, 27.
-, -, deputation sent to (Jan. 1534), 27-, -, Anne Boleyn intending her to be train-bearer to her daughter Elizabeth, 27.
-, -, her business and that of her mother to go shortly before Parliament, 601.
-, -, all her jewels and robes seized by the King's commands, 83, 95.
-, -, on her refusing to accompany Elizabeth to her new residence, is placed by sheer force in a sedan chair, 96.
-, -, James of Scotland suing for her hand, 104.
-, -, the King, her father, making no difficulty if she renounces her right to the succession, ibid.
-, -, Chapuys greatly in favor of that marriage, 22, 97.
-, -, not allowed to quit her room during an occasional visit of Henry to his daughter Elizabeth, 129.
-, -, one of her chamber-maids compelled to swear to the statute of succession, 129, 154.
-, -, ill-treated by her gouvernante, 129.
-, -, Henry will have her head off for contravening the statutes, 129.
-, -, informs Chapuys of the King's threat through her physician, 129, 130.
-, -, her favorite maid dismissed, 154.
-, -, her confessor, a worthy and pious ecclesiastic, replaced by a Lutheran, the King's right hand, 155.
-, -, the waywode of Transylvania applies for her hand, 214.
-, -, signs a protest, prepared by Chapuys, which she dexterously forwards to him notwithstanding the extreme vigilance of her keepers, 198.
-, -, Paulet and the earl of Wiltshire call on her to renounce her title; she refuses, 206.
-, -, at Eltham with Elizabeth, 224.
-, -, during Henry's visits there not allowed to quit her room, 224.
-, -, so great is Henry's paternal affection for, that, notwithstanding her obstinacy concerning the legitimacy of his second marriage, he has openly declared to his Privy Council that he will not sanction any measures against her (says Cromwell to Chapuys in Oct. 1534), 295.
-, -, -, and that he loves her one hundred more times than Elizabeth, ibid.
-, -, -, and is thinking of having her married in some princely quarter, ibid.
-, -, very unwell, owing to her having been obliged to follow the bastard in a journey whilst in delicate health, 263.
-, -, Henry sends his physician to visit her, 263.
-, -, -, and allows also the Queen's to attend, 263.
-, -, obliged to follow the King's bastard daughter (Elizabeth) wherever the latter goes, 294.
-, -, Chapuys remonstrating against the bad treatment of, 2945.
-, -, -, Cromwell's excuses on the occasion, 2979.
-, -, orders given for her better treatment, 299.
-, -, -, besides which (the latter hints) there is some chance of her father the K. changing his love soon, 293.
-, -, visited by Anne Boleyn and the ladies of the court, 299.
-, -, travelling from the More to Richmond and back, 299, 300.
-, -, again slightly indisposed, 329.
-, -, might have recovered had it not been for the rudeness and impertinence of her gouvernante, ibid.
-, -, visited by the du. of Norfolk, 329.
-, -, one of her maids sent to prison for refusing to swear to the statute of succession, 329.
-, -, though her mother's marriage to Henry was considered null in France, yet she herself is legitimate according to the opinion of theologians, 331.
-, -, her hand solicited by Francis for the dauphin of France, 329, 333, 335, 398, 477, 4945, 524, 574, 576.
-, -, -, for the duke of Angoulme, Francis' third son, 320.
-, -, lodged near her mother, though with a greatly reduced household, 343.
-, -, again visited by the Royal physician, 343.
-, -, -, who reports on her illness, 344.
-, -, still in delicate health (Jan. 1535), 392.
-, -, summoned to renounce her titles, 355.
-, -, plans laid out for her escape, 410, 433, 458.
-, -, her flight not very difficult had she resided nearer London, 410.
-, -, in the event of a revolution she and her mother to be placed in some strong castle, 410.
-, -, to be removed to one of the King's manors thirty miles from Kimbolton, 413, 436.
-, -, -, on condition of her not seeing her mother, 413, 436.
-, -, -, or holding communication with her, 413.
-, -, -, to which Chapuys objects, as it is too far from the sea, and not a convenient place for her evasion, 413.
-, -, notwithstanding the bad state of her health, thinking day and night about the means of effecting her escape from England (Apr. 1535), 438.
-, -, has a relapse, 4378.
-, -, is visited by the K.'s physician and her mother's, 436, 438, 4401.
-, -, in danger of life, according to Cromwell, 454.
-, -, shall be well treated, provided she and the princess dowager, her mother, submit to the law of the kingdom, 455, 460.
-, -, to be married out of England, 457, 469.
-, -, her flight from England to be attempted at any risk, 433, 458, 484.
-, -, -, though a most perilous undertaking, according to Chapuys, ibid.
-, -, -, not to be tried unless with a reasonable chance of success, 459.
-, -, should matters remain as they are (said Cromwell to Chapuys, in May 1535) she would be honourably married abroad, 457.
-, -, ill-treated by her gouvernante, 465.
-, -, again dangerously ill (May 1535), 465.
-, -, the physicians despairing of her life, 465.
-, -, Chapuys not allowed to visit her during her illness, 465.
-, -, -, or to have her removed to Katharine's residence, 465.
-, -, recovers, 465, 474.
-, -, terribly afraid of Anne Boleyn, 492.
-, -, Chapuys' application for her removal to other quarters not granted, 517.
-, -, no one admitted to her presence, 518.
-, -, several petty German princes apply for her hand, 518.
-, -, her father, however, cares little whether she marries or not; her dower will be very scanty any how, 518.
-, -, worse treated than ever, 519.
-, -, Henry afraid of the French carrying her off, 520.
-, -, a declaration wanted from pope Paul that the kingdom of England, after Henry's deprivation, belongs by right to her, 523.
-, -, living in the neighbourhood of one of the royal parks (Aug. 1535), 525.
-, -, permission to see, refused to Chapuys, 525, 528, 549, 563, 569.
-, -, in good health again (10 Aug. 1535), 529.
-, -, suffering from bad cold and rheumatism (25 Aug.), 534, 537.
-, -, no visible improvement in her treatment, 540.
-, -, visited by the King's physician, 540.
-, -, will not get better unless she is removed to her mother's quarters, or elsewhere where she can get some relaxation, 541.
-, -, recovers, 545.
-, -, life in greater danger yet than her mother (Oct. 1535), 548.
-, -, during a visit of the French ambs. to Elizabeth, hides herself and will not be seen, 551.
-, -, writes to the Emp. to intercede with Henry to allow her to live with her mother (Oct. 1535), 559.
-, -, her life threatened by the King unless she swears to the statutes, 572.
-, -, Anne Boleyn more irritated than ever against, 573.
-, -, having made Henry promise that she will not be allowed to marry as long as he lives, ibid.
-, -, -, and be treated like Fisher and More, or else she will be the cause of her death, ibid.
-, -, inhabiting again the same house as Elizabeth, 573.
-, -, with only three women for her service, 573.
-, -, on Chapuys' application for her to be allowed to live with her mother, he is told that Katharine is too much of a papist, and will influence her, 537.
-, -, her attendants and those of her mother mere spies upon the actions of both, 589.
-, -, advised by the Emperor not to swear to the statutes, 595.
-, -, her preceptor, 453; v. Fetherston.
-, -, her "gouvernante," v. Shelton.-, -, lets. to the Emperor, 155.
-, -, -, to the q. of Hungary, 194.
-, -, -, to Chapuys, 155, 218.
-, of Hungary, v. Maria.
-, of Portugal, v. Maria.
Master, Grand, of France, v. Montmorency.
Matera, card., v. Saraceni and Palmeri.
Mauro (Thomas), v. More.
Maximilian L, emp., grandfather of Charles, alluded, 199, 397.
-, prince of Hungary, son of archduke Ferdinand, k. of the Romans, 417.
-, -, marries Maria, daughter of Charles, and becomes emp. of Germany as Maximilian II., 623.
Maynooth castle, in Ireland, taken by the royal troops, 345, 439.
Mecklenburg (Henry), du. of, 480.
-, (Alessandro de), duke of Florence, 5, 6, 146, 182, 209, 333, 394, 499, 514, 616, 625.
-, -, asks Silva for assistance and protection against the du. of Urbino and the "fuorusciti," 268.
-, -, to be married to Margaret, the Emp.'s natural daughter, 5, 6, 10, 146, 168, 1812, 618.
-, -, the hand of one of Francis' daughters offered to, on condition of his helping to the acquisition of Milan, 282.
-, -, agent in Rome, v. Venanzi.
-, (Caterina de), niece of Clement VII., and wife of Henri duke of Orleans, 6, 146, 182.
-, -, accompanies queen Eleanor to Cambray, 538.
-, -, laid up with fever, 567.
-, -, Francis saying he was illadvised when he allowed his son Henri to marry her, 577.
-, (card. Ippolito de), Clement's nephew, legate in Perugia, 16, 232, 313.
-, -, accepts two abbeys in France, 81.
-, -, entertains "condottieri" at his house, 119.
-, -, in secret understanding with Francis, 120.
-, -, wanting to renounce the purple and to become a layman, so that he may marry the daughter of the du. of Camarino, 120, 1812.
-, -, -, or the du. of Florence (Margaret), 182.
-, -, sends one of his secs. to Spain for that purpose, 182, 232.
-, -, on bad terms with his brother Allessandro, and aiming at the possession of Florence, 182, 333, 618.
-, -, the duchy of Nemours promised to him by Francis if he will only serve his cause in Italy, 182.
-, -, once a legate in Perugia, disputes the Ancona legacy with Accolti (Sept. 1524), 2579, 266.
-, -, his sec. (co. Rovorenga) arrested, 513.
-, -, so restless and ambitious that anything may be feared of him, 514.
-, -, obtains permission to attend the Imp. court in Spain, 516.
-, -, his cook attempts to poison him, 579.
-, (Julio), du. of Nemours, 182.
-, (Ottaviano de), bp. of Forli and card., 195.
Medinaceli, in Castille, let. dated from, 433.
Medina Sidonia, du. of, v. Perez de Guzman, 496.
Mediterranean Sea, scoured by Barbarossa and other Turkish pirates, 321.
Medona (lic. ), Katharine's letter to, 140, p. 422 note.
Meger (Meyer), capn. Mark, from Lubeck, returns to his native town, 57, 540.
-, -, brother of, 405.
Melancthon (Philip), one of the chief Lutherans of Germany; k. Henry sends for, and for another German doctor, 203, 224.
-, -, also invited to go to Francis' court, 532.
-, -, Dr. Fox to call on, 564.
-, -, certain propositions of, to be discussed at the Sorbonne in Paris, 5667.
-, -, the answer of that Faculty unfavourable, 566.
-, -, delays his journey in consequence, 566.
Melland, Mellent, Her Bernhard van, Saxon captain; comes to England, 470, 480, 5278.
Melphi (Amalfl), prince of, v. Doria.
Melilla in Africa, the king of Fez attempts to surprise (May 1535), 496.
Melphi, v. Amalfi.
Memminghen in Bavaria, 360.
Mendoza (Gaspar de), Imp. agent at Lucca, 265, 270, 616.
-, [y Guzman], 616.
-, (D. Iigo de), bp. of Burgos, Imp. amb. in England (1528), 219, 496, 504.
-, -, death of (June 1535), 515.
-, Da Mencia de, marq. de Cenete and El Cid, Int. xi.
-, (D. Rodrigo de), Int. xi.
Meneses (Tello de), 517, 624.
Merchants, foreign, in London; quitting one by one (1535), 520.
-, Venetian, fined and imprisoned, 278.
-, English, advised by Cromwell and the Privy Council not to send their goods to Berghen (Jan. 1534), for fear of the executory letters being issued at Rome, 12.
-, -, afraid of sending goods to Ireland, 263.
-, -, promise made to the, by Henry, 563.
Mercurio, a Milanese, created card., 475.
Merino (Esteban Gabriel), bp. of Jaen, and card., 9, 16, 146, 200, 614.
-, -, on bad terms with Cifuentes, 266, Int. ix., x.
-, lets. to the Emperor, 23, 28, 53, 59, 67, 69.
-, -, to the High Commander (Cobos), 59, 67, 69.
Messina city, in Sicily, 18, 451.
-, letter dated at, 216.
Metz in Lorraine, v. Losana.
Mida (Juan), French spy, sent to Spain by Francis, 275.
-, -, said to be related to Angoulme?, 2767.
Milan, duchy of, k. Francis aiming at the possession of the, 60, 230, 303, 305, 320, 362.
-, -, for his son Henri, du. of Orleans, 1156, 119.
-, -, the Emp. willing to grant him the investiture for after Sforza's death without children, 303.
-, -, -, on which condition Francis will not accept, as he wants it immediately, 3034.
-, -, the Privy Council in Spain not in favor of the cession on any account, 304.
-, -, the Venetians (says Francis) want the, to remain in the hands of Sforza, 576.
-, -, -, that they may get hold of it after his death, 576.
-, -, said to have been promised to Francis if he will forsake Henry's alliance and turn against him, 578.
-, -, French pretensions on the, renewed after the death of Sforza, 483, 594, 596, 598.
-, -, not likely to be attacked by Francis on many accounts, 233, 477.
-, city, advices from (May 1535), 462.
-, du. of, v. Sforza.
Military preparations in France; legions levied (1535), 341, 482.
-, orders of Spain, v. Alcantara, Calatrava, Santiago, and Montesa.
-, to help against the Turk, 334.
Minerva (La), card., 7, 87.
Minorca (Menorca), one of the Balearic islands, invaded and sacked by Barbarossa (1535), 584.
Miranda, co. de, v. Zuiga.
Mirandola (La), castle in the duchy of Modena, 81.
-, -, seized by co. de la Concordia (Galeotto Pico), 81, 98, 113.
-, -, restitution of, to be enforced by the League, 143, 186, 209, 232, 334, 348.
Mocenigo (Giovanni), Venetian merchant, bringing news from Constantinople, (1 Apr. 1535), 461.
Modena, in Italy, 144, 499.
-, compensation in money offered, by the du. of Ferrara, to Paul for, and refused, 278.
-, negociations respecting, 407.
-, governor of, for Charles during the arbitrage (15345), v. Zapata.
Mohatz, battle of, in 1516, alluded, 443.
Mola, in the kingdom of Naples, landing of the Spaniards at (June 1534), 187.
Molfetta, du. of, v. Gonzaga (Fernando).
Molina, v. Vazquez de Molina.
Monaco, Monago, 304.
Monaldeschi di Corvaro (Iolande de), 343 note.
Monay (Mouay, Mouy?) in Provence, death of Garcilasso, the poet, at, 248 note, 618.
Mondejar, marq. de, v. Hurtado de Mendoza.
Monferrara, Montferrara, 121; v. Montferrato.
Mont, v. Mount and Montaborinus.
Montaborinus, Christophorus, commonly called Mount or Mont (Mounte, Mountaboryne), 3, 25.
-, -, sent to Lubeck with Vaughan, 511.
Montacute, v. Montagu.
Montagu, Montague (Sir Henry Pole, lord), son of the countess of Salisbury, 201, 235, 324.
Montalto, lord of, v. Farnesc.
Montbelart, v. Montbelliard.
Montbelliard, county of, in Burgundy, mortgaged by Ulric of Wrtenberg to k. Francis, 230, 311, 375.
-, -, about to be restored to its owner, 515.
Monte (Fr. Perrin or Pierino del), a Piedmontese knight of St. John, elected Grand Master (Sept. 1534), 265, 6156.
Montelone, v. Pignatelli.
Monte S. Sabino (Giovan Maria del), abp. of Manfredonia (151244), 6, 106, 226.
Montesa, Chapuys' secretary, 418, 529, 549.
Monte Sion (Mount Sion), a friar from, executed, 474.
Montferrato, marquisate of, 121, 395.
-, -, adjudicated by the Emp. to Frederico Gonzaga, 262, 265, 392.
-, -, claimed by Francis, 362, 392.
-, -, -, by the duke of Savoy, 398.
-, -, -, by the marq. de Saluzzo, 579.
Montmorency (Anne de), co. de Beaumont, grand master of France, 38, 75, 150, 302 note, 305, 31920, 5735, 583, 617.
-, -, thanked for his good work against the French Lutherans, 389.
-, -, the Garter conferred on (April 1534), 132, 135.
-, -, his coference with Hannart, 357, 3867, 392, 574.
-, -, sister of, dismissed from the Queen's service (Dec. 1535), 583.
Montoya, one of Chapuys' secretaries, 549.
Moore, Master, v. More.
Moors, African, under Barbarossa, to be attacked (June 1535), 494.
-, -, resigns,
-, -, deprived of his pension, 75.
-, -, summoned to swear to the statutes (May 1535), 159, 453.
-, -, attainder of, 474, 492, 497.
-, -, trial and defence, 5079.
-, -, execution (6 July 1535), 507, 510, 517, 521, 523, 539, 5445, 548, 562.
-, -, a doctor once his confessor, 453.
-, -, his daughter, 510, 548; v. Roper.
-, -, a rumour is spread at Rome that a son of, had stabbed and killed king Henry (Oct. 1535), 545.
-, -, Mary living at, visited by almost all the gentlemen and ladies of the Court (22 Oct. 1534), 299.
-, -, to Richmond and back to, 300.
-, -, palace of, 299, 300.
-, should the Emp. attack Constantinople the Venetians will try to conquer (May 1535), 461.
Morette, v. Soliers de la.
Moriana, bp. of, v. Gorrevod.
Moriscoes, or newly converted Moors, also called "rebautizados," 495.
-, the mint at (1535), 495.
Mount (Christopher), a German in Henry's service, v. Montaborinus.
Mountjoy, Mountjoye, lord, v. Blount.
Muley, Aziz, sultan of Tunis, 229 note; v. also Muley Rxid.
-, -, dethroned, 2389, 451, 598.
-, -, his arrival at the Imperial camp (JuneJuly 1535), 516.
Minister, rising of the Anabaptists in, 110, 189.
-, the city taken (July 1535), 520.
-, bp. of. v. Waldeck.
Mur, palace at, v. More.