Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 5 Part 2, 1536-1538. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1888.
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Dalfinado, Delfinado, v. Dauphinois.
Damvillers (Danvilliers), dep. Meuse (France), 580.
Darcy (Thomas, the old lord), in communication with Chapuys, 269.
-, at the head of the Lincolnshire rebels, 279.
Dariscot, v. Aarschot.
Darizcon, v. Arizcon (Anton d').
Dauphin, v. Valois (François, and Henri de)
Dauphiné, v. Dauphinois.
Dauphinois (Dauphiné), prov. of France, k. Francis going to the (Jan. 1536), 9, 71.
-, Swiss troops in the pay of Francis assembling in the (Feb.), 36.
-, claimed by the Emp. as well as Provence, 223, 228, 580.
Davalos d'Aquino (Alfonso), marq. Del Gasto and Pescara, 119, 167, 260–1, 353, 360, 369, 374, 382, 449, 469, 491.
-, appointed governor of Milan (July 1538), 559.
-, commander general in Piedmont (1537), 355, 356–9, 367–9, 382, 449, 469.
-, (D. Fernando), marq. de Pescara, 548.
-, army under him sacks Genoa (1524), ibid.
Davila (D. Luys), 547, v. also Avila y Zuñiga.
Dazcarren, v. Azcarren d'.
Debt, Francis', to Henry unpaid, 432.
-, if the French fancy that they can so easily get rid of it (says the King) they are very much mistaken, ibid.
-, already amounting to upwards of 800,000 ducats, they will never pay it unless compelled by circumstances (observes Chapuys), 524.
Decimas (the tithe), bull for the raising of the, in Italy (Dec. 1536), 301.
Denmark, Henry's practices in, 57–8.
-, the French to help the Palatine Frederic to the reconquest of Norway, Sweden, and, 61.
-, the right to the crown of, to be secured for Henry in case of his marrying the dow. du. of Milan, 504, 524, 529.
-, Henry sending a personage to the coast of (April 1538), 525.
-, king of, v. Kristiern.
-, princess of, v. Christina and Dorothea.
-, (Christine of), princess of Denmark, widow of Francesco Sforza, du. of Milan; her marriage to the du. of Angoulême (Charles) proposed, 37, 305, 355, 567.
-, -, likely to promote the peace between the Emp. and Francis, 37.
-, -, cannot be entertained (says Paul) for many reasons, 38.
-, her marriage to k. Henry negociated, 430, 433, 506.
-, -, with all her rights to the crown of, Sweden, and Norway, 504–6, 524, 529.
-, Henry sends for her portrait, 436.
-, -, will have her come to Calais in company with the q. of Hungary (Mary), 433.
-, (Dorothea) princess of, sister of the preceding, married to the Palatine Frederic, 61–5.
-, to make over to her sister (Christina) her rights to the crown of, 504, 524, 527, 529.
-, -, which (Henry says) belong entirely to the dow. duchess of Milan, who is the eldest.
Deprivation, bull of, against k. Henry, ready at Rome, 25.
-, its execution, as regards the Princess, much urged by Chapuys (Jan. 1536), 20.
-, -, that the King's marriage to Anne Boleyn may at once be dissolved and annulled, ibid.
-, brief relating to, shown to Henry by the Scotch amb., 22.
-, -, copy of the, obtained by the French, 123.
-, not of much use to them (writes Chapuys), for the English know that it is the Pope who has promoted it, ibid,
-, Henry knows well what the French did in the question of the, 151.
-, -, has proofs of it in his possession (June 1536), ibid.
-, -, and yet, in conversation with Chapuys, denies that they had ever anything to do with it Sept. 1536), 250.
-, -, as the Pope (he says) had no power to issue it, ibid.
-, a rumour at Rome that the, bull has been committed to print, 296.
-, not published, however, though some copies of it have probably been sent to England to be circulated, ibid.
Dieppe in Normandy, k. James said to have arrived at, with 12 small craft (Sept. 1536), 258.
-, -, and to have immediately rode post to the court of France, 259.
-, -, for the purpose, as it is thought, of claiming the succession to Albany's estates in France, ibid.
Dinteville (Jean), "bailli" of Troyes, French amb. extraordinary in England, arrival of in London (17 May 1536), 129, 140–3.
-, -, having heard at Boulogne the news of Anne Boleyn's execution, 129.
-, -, feigns illness, ibid.
-, comes for the express purpose of inquiring how Henry intends to be included in the peace his master is about to make with the Emp., 140–1.
-, -, and bringing to London a copy of Francis' answer to the Emp.'s manifesto, 141.
-, -, which he shows to the K., 144.
-, with his colleague Castelnau, offering to Henry the hand of Magdalen of France, 141.
-, -, he himself not knowing (says the K.) what the real object of his mission is, 143.
-, takes his departure, 170.
Diorca, v. Iorca and York.
Dixar, v. Hixar and Ixar.
Dodieu (Claude) sieur de Velly, French amb. at the court of Charles, 167, 196, 382, 391 note, 400, 435, 449–50, 452–3, 456, 460–2, 468, 557.
-, -, his nephew or cousin, 499.
D'oms (D. Berenguel or Berenguer) naval commander, 71.
Dorchester, a mistake for Diorc, i.e., "la comtèe de Iork," 110, 570.
Doria (Andrea), prince of Melfi, 118–9, 305, 231, 330–1, 355–9, 361, 367–9, 379, 382, 437, 448–9, 455, 457, 459, 460, 561.
-, his galleys, 352–4, 357–8.
-, -, to sail for the Levant, 358.
-, Paul's unfounded suspicions about, 455–7.
-, sails for Barcelona (March 1538), 459.
-, -, -, anchors there, 460.
-, -, conspiracy Against, in Genoa, 473.
-, at Nizza with the Emp. 480, 488, 535–6, 539, 550.
-, (Erasmo), the father of, killed by a hackbut shot at Nizza (9 June 1538), 488.
-, -, at which his kinsman, the prince of Melphi (Andrea), is so incensed that all the Nizzans he can get hold of are sent to his galleys to man the oars, ibid.
-, (Joanetino Gioanetino and Philippino, Fileppin), 361 n., 381 n.
Dormer (Joanna), lady-in-waiting to queen Mary, married to D. Gomez Suarez de Figueroa, fifth co., and first du. of Feria, 583.
Dorothea, daughter of Kristiern II. of Denmark, and wife of the co. Palatine Frederick, v. Denmark.
Dorset, marq. of, v. Grey.
-, marchioness of, v. Brandon (Frances).
-, (Henry Grey, marq. of), to be given as host age with the du. of Richmond and the earl of Surrey during the proposed interview of Henry and James at York, 69.
-, the young marq. of, dining with Chapuys (Apr. 1536), 181.
-, dow. marchioness of (Margaret), sends occasional messages to Chapuys informing him of what goes on at Court, 84–5.
Douglas (Archibald), earl of Angus, 141, 214, 576.
-, daughter of (Margaret), 214, 576.
-, (Sir Robert), 573.
Dover, harbour of, 69.
-, castle of, 215–6.
-, Henry about to leave for, 196, 208, 219.
-, staying at, 215–6, 576.
-, let. dated from, 78–9.
Doz, v. Bows or Bowes.
Dudley (?) on a mission to the Emp. (1538?), 429.