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Pages 613-614

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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Edin, v. Hesdin.

Edward, prince of Wales, son of Henry VIII. birth of (Oct. 1537), announced to the Emp. by Fitz-William (Jan. 1538), 439, 498, 524.

-, visited by the French ambs., 509.

-, -, and by the Imp., ibid.

-, one of the prettiest children to be seen anywhere, ibid.

-, his marriage to the Emperor's second born daughter proposed, 498, 507, 524.

-, permission to call on prince, granted to Chapuys and Mendoza (Feb. 1538), 439, 507.

Egmond, Egmont (Charles d'), du. of Juliers and Gueldres (d. 1538), 61, 80, 201, 234, 366.

-, his only son, an exceedingly weak and wretched youth, dies before him, 366 n.

Edinburg, king James back in (Aug. 1536), from his voyage to the Orkneys, 237.

Eleanor, Leonor, sister of Charles V., widow of Dom Manoel, k. of Portugal, and q. of Francis i., 9, 62, 78, 141 note, 168, 256, 293, 379, 401, 430 note, 453–4, 540–1, 581.

-, at Villafranca di Nizza, 488–9, 545, 557.

-, at Aigues-Mortes (July 1538), 551–4, 557, 562–6, 581.

-, wife of St. Guillaume, du. of Aquitania, 256.

Eliot, Elyot (Sir Thomas), English amb. in Spain (1531–2), alluded, 84, 569.

Eliseda, lord of, v. Vazquez de Molina.

Elizabeth (Isabel, Isabelle), daughter of Henry and Anne Boleyn (6 Sept. 1523), 183.

-, after Katharine's death, taken triumphantly to church, on a Sunday, with great display, 19.

-, -, said to be the daughter of Norris, 121, 126.

-, -, declared bastard by the abp. of Canterbury, 121, 198.

-, and to be excluded altogether from the succession to the Crown, 124–5, 192.

-, will soon have to pay her court to the real princess, 221.

-, certainly very pretty; visited by the Imp. ambs. (March 1538), 509.

-, her marriage to the prince of Piedmont talked of, 507.

-, to Philip of Spain, the Emp.'s son, hinted at by Cromwell, 567.

Ellerkar, Ellerker (Sir Ralph), gentleman of the King's chamber, 279.

Elna, in Roussillon, 437.

Embassy, French, in London, one knowing all the secrets of the, giving information to Chapuys through a third person, 140.

-, Imperial, in Rome, a servant of the, sent to Siena, Florence, and Lucca, in Tuscany, to pick out men for the Emp.'s escort (Oct. 1536), 278.

Empire, German, electors to, 365.

-, Francis pretending to have helped Charles' election to the, in 1517, 141.

-, -, the assertion contradicted by Henry, ibid.

-, Sacred Roman, head and chief of the, (Charles, Emp.), 344.

Enchefort, Enchifort, v. Enkewoërt.

Endercherche (Master Raphael), v. Ellerkar.

England, news from, 133.

-, -, of Anne Boleyn's imprisonment and trial, 49, 60, 111.

-, an Imp. personage to come to, for the purpose of authorising the negociations with the Emp., 145.

-, soldiers from, not easily procured, 167.

-, revolutionary stir in, 217.

-, political relations between, and the Empire (15 Nov. 1536), 290–1.

-, -, and France in March, 1538, 450.

Enkewoërt (Wilhelm), bp. of Tortosa, death of (Jan. 1534), 304.

Ennio Filonardo, bp. of Veroli, 103.

Enrique, card., Dom., v. Portugal (Enrique).

Enriquez de Cabrera (D. Luis), co. de Modica and Melgar; VII. admiral of Castille; du. de Medina de Rioseco, 535 note.

Eras (Yères, Hyères) island, on the coast of Marseille, v. Hyères.

Eril (D. Antonio d'), 534.

Erskine (Margaret), dau. of Lord Erskine, wife of Sir Robert Douglas of Lochleven, and mother of James, earl of Murray, married to James, k. of Scotland, 162, 573.

-, (Sir Thomas, lord), Sec. of State in Scotland, in Paris, with a mission, 9 note, 567, 573.

-, -, again, with a mission for James' marriage, 22–3.

Escala (Scala),bp. of, v. Rio (Baltazar del).

Escheriez (?), Imperial agent in Italy, 115.

Essex, lord, v. Cromwell.

Este (Alphonso, Alfonso d'), du. de Ferrara (1505–34), 62, 533, 569.

-, (Francesco), brother of Hercole II., 533.

-, Hercole II., son of Alfonso, du. de Ferrara (1534–58), 62, 295, 297, 569.

-, -, married to Renée de France, 570.

-, -, action against, to be suspended, 103, 473.

-, -, Francis asks him for a loan of 100,000 crs., 387.

-, -, Pope Paul agreeing to have that sum deducted from the 160,000 he has to pay him, ibid.

-, -, differences with Paul III. About Modena, 473, 569.

-, -, a final agreement (Apr. 1537), 148.

-, -, his ambassador at Rome, 232, 473.

-, (Ippolito d'), card. abp. of Milan (1520–59), son of Alfonso, and brother of Hercole, 295 n.

-, -, to be promoted to the cardinalate (Nov. 1537), 387.

-, -, sec. of, 295, 297.

-, -, let. to co. Cifuentes, 41.

Etampes (dep. Seine et Oise, France), duchess of, v. Pisseleu (Anne).

Evora, in Portugal, the court at, 319, 348.

-, lets, dated from, 133, 136–8, 144, 159.

Excestre, v. Exeter.

Executory letters obtained at Rome against k. Henry, issued but not published, and kept back till a better opportunity, 290.

Exeter, marq. of, v. Courtney.

-, bp. of, v. Voysey (an error for Chichester, q.v.)

Eza, in Sardinia, 469.