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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Nantes, receptor of, in France, burnt in Paris as Lutheran (Jan. 1535), 387.
Naples, kingdom of, Barbarossa's galleys to land troops at, 119.
-, -, in danger, should Milan be given up to the French, 302.
-, -, affairs of, in a fair way of settlement, 546.
-, -, the Emp. at, 544, 556–7, 578, 626.
-, -, card. of, v. Sanseverino.
-, -, viceroy of, v. Toledo.
Naso (Nassau?), Juan de, die-caster in Spain, 495.
Nassau (Guillame? co. de), 447.
-, (Henry, co. de), marq. de Zenete, Charles's Lord High Chamberlain, Imp. amb. extraordinary in France (1534–5), 187, 269, 274–5, 285, 296–7, 302–3, 305, 310, 319, 328, 330, 334, 336, 350, 357, 392, 396–9, 402–4, 435, 575–6, 608, 617.
-, -, his mission to France arousing suspicion at Venice, 274–5, 348.
-, -, very unpalatable in England, 302–3.
-, -, about to be sent as amb. to Henry, 435.
-, -, instructions to, 131, 253.
Navarre, kingdom of, in Spain, war of, in 1521; alluded, 202.
-, -, not to be invaded (in 1535), 406, 468, 615.
-, -, king of, v. Albret.
Negro, v. Nero.
Negroponte, in Greece, the Venetians desirous of recovering (May 1535), 461.
Nemós (Nemours), duchy of, offered by the French to Ippolito de' Medici, 182.
Neuf Chatel, Neuf Chastel, 310.
-, -, Louis II., co. of, 539.
Nero (abbot Hieronimo del), Papal commissioner in Switzerland, 5, 239.
-, -, at Genoa, 81.
-, -, on a mission to Leyva, 107, 186.
Nevers, prince of, v. Clèves.
-, Monseigneur de, 302 note.
Neville (George), earl of Abergavenny, 324.
New Testament, 15 copies of the, (Eng. version,) burnt in London (Dec. 1534), 356.
Niño (Hernando), bearer of despatches from Rome (June 1535), 498.
Nixe (Richard), bp. of Norwich, imprisoned, 36, 75.
-, -, released, 75.
Nogaralo, Noguerolles (co. Leonardo?), Imp. agent at Rome; arrives (Sept. 1534), 261, 264.
Noircames (Mr. de), the Emp's. Chamberlain (Sommelier du Corps), sent to France on a mission (1534–5), 362, 389, 399, 574.
Nolfolc, Nolfolch, v. Norfolk.
Noreys, Noris, Norris (Master Henry), Henry's esquire for the Body, chief of the Privy Chamber, 453.
-, -, present at the execution of the Carthusians (May 1535), ibid.
Norfolk, du. of, v. Howard (Thomas).
-, duchess of, v. Stafford.
-, -, dowager, v. Tylney.
Norgales, v. Wales (North).
Nortambellam, v. Northumberland and Percy.
Northern Counties ripe for rebellion (Sept. 1534), 610.
Northumberland, earl of, v. Percy.
Norway, 397, 540.
Norwegians and Danes said to be devoted to the Emp. (Apr. 1534), 127.
Norwich, bp. of, v. Nixe.
Nottingham, earl of, 355 note.
Novenara (Novellara?), co. Hannibale della, 447.
Novi, in the Genoese, said to be a fief of the church, 81, 107, 291.
-, Leonelo Pio de Carpi takes possession of, 113, 143.
-, restored to the du. of Ferrara (Nov. 1534), 334, 348.
Novocastro, v. Neufchastel.
Nuncios, Papal, in Austria; one at the court of Ferdinand (Oct. 1534), 273.
-, -, the same leaving for Germany (March 1535), 408.
-, -, in France, 81, 176, 214, 246–7, 514; v. Pio da Carpi.
-, -, with Ferdinand, v. Rorario.
-, -, to the German princes, v. Venerio.
-, in Scotland, one of Clement VII. returning from (Dec. 1534), 355.
-, -, in Spain or with the Emp., 149.
-, another about to be sent by Clement (Jan. 1534), 10, 105–6, 108, 148, 181, 219.
-, -, by Paul III., 405, 472, 494 547, 561; v. Poggio.
Nuns in England, all under 25 receive notice to quit their convents (Nov. 1535), 573.
-, said to have been addressed in indecent language by one of the Royal Commissioners, 573–4.
-, -, Cromwell's remark on the subject, 574.
Nüremberg in Bavaria, diet of, 167, 370.
Observant Friars, Minor, three out of the five convents of, in England, closed owing to their inmates refusing to swear to the statute of supremacy (Aug. 1534), 245, 252, 377.
-, all the, in the kingdom sent to other convents, locked up, or put in irons, worse treated than criminals, 252.
-, -, some of them escaping and preaching rebellion in Ireland, 377.
Odinberg (Gerhard), from Lubeck, in England, to treat of an offensive alliance against the Pope (July 1534), 527 note.
Ogento (Ussento), county of, in Sicily, promised by the Emp. to Giovan Battista Castaldo, 196.
Olambey, Olamanbey, v. Otsman-bey.
Olstain, v. Holstein.
Onorato (Honoré?), French agent in Portugal, 495.
Orange, prince of, v. Châlon.
Orders, military, in Spain, to help against the Turk, 341.
-, religious, mentioned, 462–3.
-, Austrian; that taken during the war between Ferdinand and Ulric of Würtenberg restored after the peace (1534), 211.
-, French; 100 pieces of, to be cast in Paris by order of Francis, 105.
-, English; some for Ireland, 224.
-, Spanish; 495–6.
Orena (L'), v. Lorraine.
Orleans (Louis II. d'), du. of Longueville (1510–37), 133–4, 539 note.
-, (Marguerite d'), sister of Francis I.; married to the du. of Alençon, 589.
-, -, also called Mme. Albret, owing to her marriage with Jean d'Albret, 589 note.
Orleans, Mr. d' and du. of, v. Valois (Henri de).
Ormond, earl of, v. Butler.
Orsini, Roman family, opposed to the Colonna, 259, 450.
Orsino (Camillo Paolo), to Constantinople on a secret mission, 98.
-, (Girolamo), condottiere, 406.
-, (Giovan Conrado), Italian condottiere, offers his services to the Emp., 409, 450.
-, (Girolamo, Hironimo, Hieronymo), 79, 80, 259, 450.
-, (Napoleone), ex-abbot of Farfa, 80 note, 259.
Ortiz (Dr. Pedro), Katharine's proctor at Rome, 102, 463–4, 474–5, 547; Int. v. vi.
-, -, a man of great learning, exemplary life, and great integrity, 87.
-, -, greatly recommended by Sylva for his exertions, ibid.
-, -, in correspondence with Chapuys, 465.
-, -, lets. to the Emp. (1534), 14, 18, 20–1, 29, 164, 225, 231.
-, -, -, to the Empress Isabella, 169, 176, 186, 183, 196, 208, 217, 223, 242.
-, -, -, to q. Katharine, 30.
Orvieto, in the Roman States, breve issued by Clement at, 160.
Osma, bp. of, v. Loaysa y Mendoza.
Ossory (Piers Butler, earl of), 253.
Osterbank, war of, finished to the advantage of the Imp. party, 520.
Ostia, in the Rom. Stat., 81, 335, 349 note, 583.
Otsman-beg, Turkish general, defeated by the Persians, 516.
-, -, to negotiate peace (Jan. 1534), 14.
-, -, in communication with Chapuys, 14, 20–3, 53–7, 59, 83, 151–2, 165–6, 202, 612.
-, -, cordially received by Cromwell, who invites him daily to most splendid banquets, 23.
-, -, dining at the Imp. embassy, and on most intimate terms with the ambassador (Aug. 1334), 243.
Oxford, earl of, v. Vere.