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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Ubaldino sent by Clement to France to mediate in the quarrel between the duke of Savoy and king Francis, 215.
Ubicastro, Ubicaster, v. Winchester.
Ulm, in Würtemberg, 360.
Ulric, duke of Würtenberg (1534–50).
-, his son at the diet of Augsburg, 6.
-, his differences with the k. of the Romans (Ferdinand), 6, 10, 238.
-, mortgages part of his state to France, 133–4.
-, military preparations for his restoration, 150, 189.
-, agreement made, 211, 239.
-, attacked by the landgrave of Hesse, 183, 230, 369, 394, 401, 404.
-, Francis helping to his restoration (1534), 109, 110, 458.
-, -, about to return to him the county of Montbeliard, 515.
-, swears obedience to the king of the Romans, 533.
Universities, several, and especially the German, pronounce against Henry's divorce, 160.
-, that of Paris, 82, 566–7, v. Sorbonne.
Ultramontanes (the French?), one thousand Spaniards considered by Clement sufficient to resist the, in Italy, 47, 142, 153.
Urbino, duchy of, 144, 397.
-, the Venetians offer to take away from Guidohaldo della Rovere the duchies of Camarino and, 498.
-, du. of, v. La Rovere.
Ureña, co. de, v. Giron.
Usey, Sir de, v. Hussey.
Uuester, v. Webster.
Valancon, v. Rye.
Valladolid, capital of Castilla-la-Nueva, 231.
Valle (card. —— della), 16, 84, 102.
-, -, on his death-bed (July 1534), 218.
-, -, takes charge of the embassy during Hannaërt's absence, 132–5.
-, -, let. to Covos, 46–7.
-, -, -, to Granvelle, 47.
-, -, his marriage to princess Mary of England first proposed by the Emp., 305, 350–1, 392, 616.
-, -, -, a most difficult matter to bring about, 607.
-, -, -, declared by Montmorency to be impossible without offending k. Henry, 574, 576.
-, -, -, to Maria of Portugal, 417.
-, -, -, to Henry's bastard daughter (Elizabeth), 279, 465, 474, 574.
-, -, -, to Dorothea of Denmark, 321.
-, (François or Francis), eldest son of k. Francis I., "dauphin du Viennois," du. de Bretagne, 304, 393, 575.
-, -, his marriage to Mary proposed, 333, 398, 574.
-, -, -, cannot possibly take place without losing the friendship of England, 574, 576.
-, -, his and his brethren's claims on Milan, 304.
-, (Henri de), du. of Orleans, second son of Charles, 304, 375.
-, -, married to Catharine of Medici, Clement's niece, 6.
-, -, his claims on Milan, 119, 398.
-, -, -, discussed in the Emp.'s Privy Council, 303–5.
-, -, the king of Poland (Sigismond), said to have offered him (before Oct. 1333?) the hand of his daughter, 239.
-, -, dangerously ill (Sept. 1535), 546.
-, -, has a relapse (Oct. 1535), 561.
-, -, laid up with fever (Nov.), 567.
-, (Marguerite de), sister of Francis I., also called Mdme. d'Alençon, widow of Charles du. of Alençon), 132.
-, -, married (1526) to Jean d'Albret, king of Navarre, ibid.
-, (Renée de), daughter of Francis I., married to Hercole II. d'Este, 132.
Vandenesse; his itinerary of Charles V., quoted, 166 note.
Van Mellent (Herr Bernard), a native of Holstein, Gustav Vasa's brother-in-law; arrival of, in London (Mar. 1535), 470.
-, -, supposed to have come from Lubeck on a mission to Henry, ibid.
Vannes (Dr. Peter), Latin sec., papal collector in England; to accompany Henry's deputies to the conferences of Marseilles, 472, 622.
Varana (Giovan Maria), du. de Camarino, 6, 181, 292–3 note.
-, (Giulia), daughter of the preceding, 6, 181, 266, 292–3.
-, -, secretly married to Guidobaldo della Rovere, 292.
-, -, -, excommunicated in consequence, 434, 449, 601.
Vasa (Gustav), k. of Sweden (1523–60), 279, 470, 616.
-, -, his brethren-in-law, v. Hoy and Mellent.
Vaughan (Stephen), clerk in Chancery, generally called Cromwell's man, 3, note, 25.
-, -, a fine galant (?) met by Chapuys on his way to, 220.
-, -, and Denmark, 517–8.
-, -, and to Lubeck (July 1535), 511.
-, -, on a mission to Germany, 612.
Vazquez de Molina (Juan), sec. of state in Spain, 422 note.
Velasco (D. Pedro de), constable of Castille, at Madrid (June 1535), 495.
Velchez, earl of (Essex?), his brother, 421.
Vecha (Dionisio della), rich Turkey merchant; sends news from Albania to Lope de Soria (Aug. 1535), 531–2.
Velle Vallis (Belleville?), charter-house of, 496; v. Bevall.
Vely, Velly (Mr. de), French amb. in Spain, v. Dodieu.
Venanzi (Antonio), bp. of Ceri, Florentine agent in Rome of the du. Alessandro de' Medici, 181, 188, 513.
-, -, at the Imp. court, 232.
Vendôme, Vendosme (Mr. de, and due. de), v. Bourbon (Antoine de).
-, Mdme. de, v. Alençon (Françoise de).
-, -, daughter of, 539; v. Bourbon (Marguerite).
Venerio ( ), Papal Nuncio in Germany, 7, 8, 498.
Venetians, as long as the, remain the Emp.'s friends, no novelty can be attempted in Italy, 77.
-, alarmed at the sentence in Katharine's favour, imagining that an agreement may possibly have been made between Clement, the Emp., and Francis, 121.
-, would be glad of the Sophi defeating the Grand Turk, as that would facilitate their joining the league, 271.
-, not sorry at Clement's death, 272.
-, would be glad if the election fell on Farnese, 272.
-, uneasy at Nassau's mission in France, 2.
-, invited to join the Italian league, 275, 285–6, 290.
-, threatening hostilities, 285–6.
-, displeased at the probability of the French obtaining ths investiture of Milan, 350.
-, accused by Francis of wanting it for themselves, 352.
-, said to be in treaty with pope Paul, 493.
-, merchants in London fined for contravening certain Custom regulations (1534), 589.
-, allowed to export wood, 589.
Venice, republic or signory of, sends presents to the duke of Norfolk, Cromwell, and others, 74.
-, watching the course of politics in Italy, 93.
-, at peace with the Turk, yet taking precautions, 97–8.
-, affairs of, with Ferdinand, on the point of being satisfactorily settled, 272.
-, not inclined, to help against the Turk, 135, 532.
-, traces of angry feeling between the Pope and (Nov. 1535), 566.
-, negociations with Paul III., 566.
-, ambs. from, visit the Emperor at Naples (Dec. 1535), 578.
-, Council of the Ten in, 97, 461.
-, Doge, v. Gritti (Andrea).
-, ambs. at Rome, v. Venier.
-, in England, v. Capello.
-, in France, v. Giustiniano.
-, with the Emp. (resident), v. Contareni.
-, lets. dated at, 33, 95, 161, 192, 197.
Venier (Domenico), Venetian amb. to Rome (1534–5), 136, 138, 334, 516, 532, 618.
Ventimiglia (Simone), marq. de Geraci, viceroy of Sicily (1534), 185–6, 451, 612.
-, corresponds with the Imp. amb. at Rome, 186.
Vere (Robert de), earl of Oxford, Henry's high chamberlain, 65.
Verolan, Verulan (Il Verolano), v. Filonardo and Veroli.
Vergerio ( ), papal nuncio in Germany, 408, 561.
Verolano, Verulano, Il., v. Veroli.
Veroli, in deleg. Frosinone, bp. of, v. Filonardo.
Verona, one of the cities proposed for the meeting of the General Council, 448–9.
-, bp. card. of, v. Giberti.
Vesa (John a, or Vesalius), abp. of Lunden (Lönen), 310, 369.
Vesalius (Joannes), abp. of Lönen in Sweden, 310, 369, 618.
Vesontinus (Petrus), card., v. La Baume.
Veturia, mother of Corolianus, alluded, 410.
Viennois, dauphin of, v. Francis (François) de Valois.
Villafranca, marq. de, v. Toledo.
Villanova d'Abbatis (co.), 237–41, 277–8.
-, lets. to Aloys Gritti, 81, 277.
Visconti, v. Pallavicino.
Villiers de l'Isle Adam (Philippe). Grand Master of Rhodes, death of (Sept. 1534), 265, 615.
Vincle (Juan), a German, appointed Clement's datary at Rome, 81.
Vio (Thomasso), Gaetano, card. San Sixto, abp. of Gaeta (1519–34), 81, 90, 102.
Viterbo, in the Roman States, 211.
-, bp. of, v. Grassi.W.
Waldeck (Francis von), bp. of Munster (1532–53), 189.
Wales (North), the strongest county in England, 204.
-, the inhabitants of, devoted to the Pole family, 235.
-, two thousand men to be sent to the frontier of (July 1534), 224.
-, a gentleman from, once a refugee in Scotland, crosses over to Ireland for the purpose of joining the rebels, 263.
-, the K. hunting on the borders of (Aug. 1535), 529.
Wallop (Sir John), English amb. in France, 18–19, 24–5, 296, 302, 331, 333, 395.
-, -, his overtures to Hannaërt, the Imp. amb. in Paris, 401–2, 410, 419, 423, 439, 459–60, 466, 478, 485, 487–8, 501–2, 542, 558, 569, 577, 593, 597, 607–8, 618–19, 620–1.
-, -, summary of his conversation with Hannaërt forwarded to Chapuys, 409.
-, -, his servant, 537.
-, -, said to have threatened and insulted Cromwell after Wolsey's death, 569.
-, Chapuys' intended journey to (July 1534), 221.
Warberg, castle on the western coast of Skonen, surprised by Meyer (11 March 1535).
-, -, said to have blamed Henry for his attempted divorce when at the Emperor's court in 1530; 544.
-, -, Cromwell's uncle a cook of, 568.
Wasmaystre, v. Westminster.
Waterford in Ireland, the earl of Ossory throws himself into (Sept. 1534), 252.
Waury, Mr. de, v. Rupt.
Webster (Fath. Augustin), a Carthusian, executed, 496, 624.
Welsh, the, generally disaffected, 324, 346.
-, one, a gentleman, once a refugee in Scotland, goes over to Ireland, 263.
-, -, the English greatly annoyed at it, for he is brave and wise, and can do much mischief, ibid.
West (Nicholas), bp. of Ely, 232 note.
Westminster, 96, 155.
Weston (Sir William), prior of Rhodes, or of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England, 252, 511.
Wicliff (John), English heresiarch of the XIV. cent., 465.
Wideman (Jerome), quoted, 470 note.
Willaines (Vilaines), d'Humières, sieur de, v. Brinon.
William I., du. of Bavaria (1508–50),.
-, -, married to the daughter of the k. of the Romans, 321.
-, -, forbidden to continue next her person, Katharine, 223.
-, -, Katharine, daughter of, married to the du. of Norfolk,.
Wiltshire, earl of, v. Boleyn (Thomas).
Winchester, k. Henry at (Sept. 1535), 542.
-, bp. of, v. Gardyner.
-, St. George's chapel of the Order of the Garter at, 332, 335, 453, 534, 622.
-, two French ships laden with, captured, 82.
-, Katharine applying to Chapuys for old Spanish, as she cannot drink new, 82.
-, English ships carrying, seized in the Irish Channel, 262.
-, importation of new, into England, forbidden, 347.
Wingfield (Sir Richard), English amb. in Spain (d. at Toledo 1525), alluded, 154, 614.
Witemberg, Wirtemberg, v. Würtemberg.
Wolsey, card., abp. of York., alluded, 161, 227, 294, 416, 555, 569.
-, -, his servant, v. Pallavicini (Cosmo).
Worcester, bps. of, v. Ghinucci and Latimer.
Würtenberg, duchy of, 10, 183, 211, 362, 397, 406.
-, let. from, 272.
-, dus. of, v. Christopher; Ulric.X.
Ximena, historian, quoted, 615.
Xuarez, v. Suarez de Figueroa.Y.
York, a friar from, suffers martyrdom, 545.
-, abps. of, v. Lee; Wolsey.
Ysola, v. Isola.Z.
Zabre (Span. zabra), meaning of the word, 252 note.
-, those of Portugal, 384.
-, of Biscay, ibid.
Zante, one of the Ionian Islands, 337.
Zapata (Pero), the Emperor's agent in Italy, gov. of Modena (1535), 409, 498.
-, applies for Mary's hand, 214, 241.
-, -, for that of the sister of the k. of Navarre, 271.
-, sends his sec. to England, 271–2.
-, carries on secret negociations with Henry and Francis, 276.
-, agent of, arrested in Flanders, and his papers seized, 276.
-, his wife, 533.
-, Paul despatches a messenger (Rorario) to, 433–4.
-, -, at which Sylva and Sanchez strongly remonstrate, 434.
-, matters between, and the k. of the Romans, likely to be adjusted soon, 503, 533.
-, Ferdinand sends ambs. to (Aug. 1535), 533.
-, king Henry about to do the same, 504.
-, prothonotary Giovan Casale sent to, but taken prisoner by his rashly attempting to pass through Ferdinand's dominions (June 1535), 504.
-, his first wife, 533.
-, his daughter married to the margrave of Brandenburgh, 533.
-, his sec., v. Corsino.
-, his two envoys, one to Rome, the other to France, arrive in Venice (Mar. 1534), 81.
Zara (Ihoronimo, Hironimo), on a mission to Constantinople, 98, 351, 358.
Zaragoza, capital of Aragon, Charles at (March, May, 1535), 374.
Zenete, marq. de, v. Nassau.
Zuccato (Hironimo), sec. of the Venetian embassy in London (1535), 492, 534, 589.
Zuinglian (Zwinglian) heresy, discovered in France, 355.
-, measures taken in England in consequence, ibid.
Zurich, Swiss canton of, 47, 79, 80.
Zuñiga (D. Juan de), 496.
-, y Avellaneda (D. Francisco de), third co. de Miranda, viceroy of Navarre (d. 1538), 496.