Index: H, I

Pages 622-627

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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Haes in Savoy, v. Aix.

Hampton Court, Mary at (July 1536), 195.

-, Henry's court at, 507–10.

Hannaërt, Hannart, Jean, sieur de Likerke, visco. de Lombecke; Imp. amb. In France, 5, 25, 31, 43, 57–8, 67–8, 77, 93, 109–10, 114, 167, 194, 213, 230, 477, 497, 557, 570–1, 581.

-, -, to France on a mission of peace (July 1536), 223–4.

-, -, what passed between, and k. Francis (Mar. 1538), 449.

-, -, letts. to the Emperor (1536), 8, 36, 57, 59.

-, -, -, to the empress Isabella (1536), 42, 50.

-, -, -, from the Emp. to (1536), 210.

Harfort, v. Hereford.

Harvel (Sigismond?), Reginald Pole's agent; bearer of a let. to the Emp. From Venice (Jan. 1538), 401–2.

Hassan, Muley, king of Tunis, 179.

Hauton (Haughton?), English amb. in the Low Countries; message sent by Cromwell to (March 1538), 518, 522.

Hebora, v. Evora.

Hèmard Denonville (Charles), card. bp. of Mâcon in Burgundy ; French, amb. at Rome, 323–5, 455–6.

-, -, and his colleague in the Roman embassy ; very busy and trying to gain pope Paul to the cause of Francis, 446.

-, -, -, by spreading all sorts of unfavorable news respecting the Emp., 447.

Henneage (Thomas), the commissioner, of the Privy Chamber, 300 n.

Henri IV. of France, v. Bourbon.

Henriquez (D. Luis), 535 n.

-, de Cabrera (D. Luis), du. de Medina de Rioseco, seventh admiral of Castille, 535 n.

Henry VII., k. of England (1485–509), alluded, 296.

-, VIII., k. of England (1509–47) :

-, declares in public that both q. Katharine and the Princess are guilty of high treason for refusing to swear to the Statute, 1.

-, informs Francis of Katharine's death, and begs congratulation on the event, 36.

-, -, telling him that the time has come to obtain better terms from the Emp, ibid.

-, Francis' answer to the message, ibid.

-, announces his intention to divorce from Anne, 28.

-, on hearing of Katharine's death, dressed as he was in mauve silk, and a white feather in his cap, goes to solace himself with the ladies of the palace, 66.

-, said to have been two hours unconscious owing to a fall from his horse, 67.

-, -, and Anne Boleyn to have miscarried in consequence, ibid.

-, at Huntingdon with Anne Boleyn, (Jan. 1536), 67.

-, rumours at Court of a fresh marriage of, during Anne Boleyn's life (March-Apr. 1536), 81.

-, -, and of having applied for the hand of Francis' daughter, ibid.

-, Chapuys questions Cromwell about it, ibid.

-, -, who gives an evasive answer, but owns that, is still much inclined to pay his court to ladies, ibid.

-, -, and that should he feel inclined to many again, it will not be among the French that he will look out for another wife, 82.

-, his divorce from Anne Boleyn seriously contemplated, 81, 107.

-, should he feel at all inclined to treat with the Pope, he would find him disposed to forsake the French alliance, 87.

-, -, which assertion the latter doubts, us the King is generally too credulous in matters agreeable to himself, ibid.

-, gives Chapuys audience (Apr. 1536). 91–8.

-, receives him cap in hand, without allowing him to remain long uncovered, 92.

-, accuses the Emp. of ingratitude, 97.

-, -, as without his help Charles would never have been elected to the Empire, ibid.

-, -, nor peaceably enjoyed the Spanish crown, ibid.

-, -, and yet, once Emp., he had tried to have him declared contumacious by the Pope, ibid.

-, -, and deprived of his kingdom, ibid.

-, -, instead of helping him to get what rightly belongs to him in France (Normandy and Guienne), ibid.

-, listens to attentively, but discusses at length the four points presented by the Imp. amb. as the base of a closer alliance against France, 97.

-, insists upon the Emp. writing him a letter, promising that no mention shall be made of the past, 98.

-, unless that letter comes he will not decide, ibid.

-, -, though his privy councilors beg and entreat him on their knees not to lose the opportunity of a closer alliance with the Emp., ibid.

-, admits the existence of purgatory, and yet seizes on the charitable foundations for the redemption of souls, 106.

-, seriously contemplating a divorce from Anne Boleyn, persists in his avowed intention of refusing obedience to the Roman Apostolic Church (May 1536), 110.

-, gives audience to Chapuys on Ascension Day, 142–3.

-, the hand of Magdalen of France offered to, 141.

-, as well as that of the Infanta of Portugal, 146.

-, -, all in vain (says Cromwell) for, wil not marry out of his kingdom, ibid.

-, gives audience to the French ambs. (Castelnau and Dinteville), whose overtures he answers rather roughly (June 1536), 151.

-, telling them that he wonders much at their insisting on the Princess' marriage to the du. of Angoulême, when he himself declared at the Calais conference that it could not take place, ibid.

-, offers to become the arbiter of the dispute between the Emp. and Francis, 159.

-, his views of the arbitration, 160.

-, reminds Chapuys that the promise once made by the Emp. of making incessant war upon Francis was never fulfilled, ibid.

-, needs no chancellor nor council; can deliberate by himself, says Norfolk to Chapuys (June 1536), 161.

-, there is a great deal of artifice in him, 161.

-, trying to ascertain from Chapuys how far the Emp. will help to the recovery of what belongs to him in France, as stipulated in the old treaties, 190.

-, -, that being the reason, as Chapuys suspects, of the negociation being protracted indefinitely, 192.

-, -, on the return from a wedding and masquerade, disguised as a Turk, calls at Cromwell's house in town, 193.

-, wonderfully well disposed (the latter says) to accept the Emp.'s offer of friendship, ibid.

-, going with his queen (Jane Seymour) to visit Mary (6 July 1536), 195.

-, again wishing to become arbiter of the contention between the Emp. and Francis, 209, 239.

-, -, though insisting upon the former having been the aggressor, 209.

-, the Emp.'s excuses for not accepting the proposed arbitration, ibid.

-, about to start for Dover (July 1536), 208.

-, returns therefrom (2 Aug. 1536), 219.

-, receives Castelnau and Chapuys on the same day (3 Aug.), 219–20.

-, willing to enter into a closer alliance with the Emp., provided the Pope be considered as the enemy of both, 225.

-, -, since he and his predecessors in the Holy See have evidently usurped the power and prerogatives of the Empire, ibid.

-, a herald of k., notifies to the Emp. that should he invade France, the peace between them must be considered to be at an end (Aug. 1536), 232.

-, wishing again to become arbiter of the peace between the Emp. And Francis, 239.

-, addresses lett. to them, proposing the arbitration, 789.

-, at his favourite amusement of the chase with q. Jane Seymour (Sept. 1536), 243.

-, receives Chapuys at Ampthill and has a long conference with him, 247–57.

-, still much attached to Francis, 291.

-, disavows the promise of money made by his commissioners in his name to Chapuys, 254.

-, will enter into a new league and confederacy against France if assisted in the recovery of what belongs to him, i.e., the duchies of Normandy and Guienne, ibid.

-, will then declare against Francis openly, not stealthily, ibid.

-, such is his nature (say Cromwell and Sampson to Chapuys), that he likes to be led as mildly as possible, 263.

-, -, and not to feel in any way that authority or force are brought to bear upon him, ibid.

-, seemingly in favour of the marriage of his daughter (Mary) to the Infante of Portugal, 284.

-, -, talking every day about it, and telling her that since his queen (Jane) would not give him a son, he hoped to have a grandson to inherit his crown, ibid.

-, -, since he himself, as Cromwell assures Chapuys, has no hope of male succession, ibid.

-, ought he not to be invited to join the Italian league against Francis ? ask the Emp.'s councillors in Spain (14 Nov. 1536), 287.

-, -, though the invitation will probably have no result, ibid.

-, angry at the Scotch marriage (Feb. 1537), 320.

-, -, but still apparently well disposed towards that of his daughter, the Princess, and the Infante of Portugal, 336.

-, summary of the negociations for that marriage contained in the Emp.'s instructions to Mendoza, 336–43.

-, at one of his manors [Hampton Court?], 12 miles distant from London (Feb.—March 1538), 508.

-, receives D. Diego de Mendoza and Chapuys, ibid.

-, -, who are introduced to him by two gentlemen of the K.'s chamber, ibid.

-, both assure, that there is nothing their master wishes for so ardently as to see him become arbiter of the peace, 508–9.

-, the subject of the conference being the peace with France, ibid.

-, Henry again offering to be mediator and arbiter, ibid.

-, the ambs. of France received by, on the very same day (March), 509.

-, a painter sent by, to Flanders returns with the Dachess' (Christina) portrait (18 Mar. 1538), 520.

-, singularly pleased with it, and surrounded by musicians, goes about unmasked visiting the ladies of the Court, ibid.

-, -, which is a sign that he intends marrying again, ibid.

-, proposes again to marry the dowager du. of Milan (Christina), 525.

-, -, the conditions being very different from those apparently accepted by him at first, ibid.

-, the lady's journey to England to be entirely at the Emp.'s expense, ibid.

-, the Emp. to procure that her sister Dorothea, the wife of the Palatine Frederic, relinquishes all her rights to Denmark, Norwege, and Sweden, ibid.

-, equally exorbitant conditions brought forward for the marriage of the Princess with the Infante of Portugal, ibid.

-, -, which conditions Chapuys and his colleague consider so preposterous that they suspect the King no longer wishes for his daughter's marriage, or else that he himself wishes to marry elsewhere, 525.

-, calls on his daughter Mary on the way to one of his manors, 527.

-, -, tells her that he has done his utmost to forward her marriage to Dom Luiz, but that the Emp. has not supported him, ibid.

-, -, and, therefore, that she ought to rely no longer on him, ibid.

-, -, which words (says Chapuys) have considerably diminished her confidence in the Emp., ibid.

-, lets, to the Emp., 789, 81.

-, the Emp.'s to, 834.

-, chamberlain of the Royal household, v. Sandes.

-, -, of the Realm (?), 107.

-, comptroller of the household, v. Paulet.

-, treasurer of the household, v. Fitz-William.

-, admiral, v. Fitzroy, Fitzwilliam.

-, other references, 1, 3, 7, 8, 10–21, 22–4, 278, 515.

Hereford, bp. of, v. Fox (Edward).

Hertford, earl of, v. Seymour.

Hesdin (Pas de Calais, France), besieged and taken by the French, 370, 405, 441, 499, 580.

Hesse (Philip, langrave of), 407, 444, 528.

Hijar, Hixar, town of Aragon, 119, 365 n., 571.

-, (capt. D. Antonio de), at Pavia, 119 n., 365 n.

-, on a mission to Italy, 119, 571.

-, instructions to, 149.

Holstein, Fred. du. of, his agreement with the Lubeckers and, not to Henry's taste, 62.

Holy Land, loss of the, entirely attributed to the French by Cromwell, 149.

-, -, in consequence of their having attacked Richard I., ibid.

Honnorato (Honoré), French amb. in Portugal, 318–9, 495, 546.

Howard (Henry), earl of Surrey, eldest son of Thomas, du. of Norfolk, 69.

-, (Mary), daughter of Thomas, third du. of Norfolk, betrothed to Henry Fitzroy, 221.

-, -, called by Chapuys duchess of Richmond, ibid.

-, -, (Thomas), third du. of Norfolk; Lord High Treasurer and Earl Marshal of England (1524–54):

-, -, in the King's Privy Council, and receiving a pension from k. Francis, 54, 190.

-, -, -, and entitled to another from the Emp., though this has not been paid for some time, 161.

-, -, on better terms with Cromwell, 191.

-, -, sent on a deputation to the Princess (June 1536), 182.

-, -, again on bad terms with Cromwell, 268.

-, -, -, whose suggestions bring on him the King's indignation, ibid.

-, -, half exiled from Court, returns to his estate in Norfolk, ibid.

-, -, recalled that he may march against the Lincolnshire rebels, ibid.

-, -, in high spirits as he fancies that the rebellion will ultimately bring on Cromwell's ruin and fall, ibid.

-, the Emp. writes to, 572.

-, other references, 54, 68–9, 78, 83, 101, 182, 190–2, 197, 283, 372, 390, 573.

-, (lord Thomas), half-brother of Thomas, third du. of Norfolk, sentenced to death for trying to contract marriage with Margaret Douglas, the daughter of the q. of Scotland (July 1536), 214.

-, wrongly called William instead of Thomas, Add. and Cor., p. 576.

-, (lord William), half-brother of the du. of Norfolk, on a mission to Scotland, 26, 162.

Hownsdon in Herts, Mary removed to, 42.

-, more unfit than her last residence for the purpose of her flight, as it is 15 miles farther from Gravesend, where Mr. Roeulx' vessel is waiting for her, ibid.

Hoyet, Huyet, v. Whyat.

Humiera (Messieur de), v. Villaines d'Humières.

Hungary, 202.

-, to be invaded by the Turk, 559.

-, dow. q. of, v. under Mary.

Huntingdon, Henry and Anne at (1536), 67.

Hurliens, v. Orleans.

Hurtado (Lope), v. Hurtado de Mendoza.

Hurtado de Mendoza (D. Diego), first co. of Melito and Aliano, viceroy of Catalonia, 477.

-, third du. of Infantado, 498, 531–2.

-, another son of D. Iñigo II. count of Tendella, Imp. amb. in England (1537), 165, 185, 196 note, 344, 371, 390, 417, 429, 508, 582.

-, -, instructions to (1537), 645, 140.

-, lets, to the Emp., 182, 225.

-, let. to Covos, 185.

-, -, of the Emp. to, 174.

-, marq. de Cañete, viceroy of Navarre,

-, (Lope), Imp. amb. to Savoy, 46, 52, 383, 569.

-, lord high chamberlain to Margaret of Austria, the Emp.'s natural daughter, 375.

-, instructions to, 167.

-, his wife, v. Rojas.

Hussee, Hussey (lord John), King's chamberlain, in communication with Chapuys, 269, 281, 390.

-, (lady Anne), his wife, one of the most virtuous women in England, sent to the Tower (July 1536), 183.

Hyères islands on the E. coast of France (dep. Var), 453–4, 460, 469.


Ibrea, marquisate of, united to Montferrato, 178, 575.

Idiaquez (Alonso), clerk of the Emperor's Privy Council, 285, 314 note, 417, 433 note.

If, Chateau d', island in front of Marseille, 481.

Ijar, v. Ixar and Hijar.

Indian Main, 334.

Indies, East, Portuguese dominions in the, 346–8, 373, 390.

-, -, the Grand Turk fitting out a fleet for the, to attack the Portuguese there.

-, -, Charles offers his help in, 390.

-, West, 315, 318, 373, 407.

Indulto, quadragesimal for Spain, Burgundy, and Flanders, granted by Paul (Nov. 1536), 293.

Infantado, Infantazgo, du. del, v. Hurtado de Mendoza (Diego).

Infante of Portugal, v. Luiz.

Infanta Beatriz, du. of Savoy.

-, Maria, daughter of Joaõ and Eleanor.

-, Maria, daughter of k. Joaõ III. and Catalina.

Infanta of Spain, v. Austria (Juana and Maria of).

Infantry, Spanish, coming from Sicily, fired at from the battlements of Civitta-Vecchia (Feb. 1536), 64.

-, -, to go to Flanders if not wanted in Italy, 356–7.

-, -, in Lombardy, rise in mutiny on hearing of the truce with France being prorogued, 559.

-, -, sent to man the Levant fleet, ibid.

Inquisition, Spanish, 293.

-, the Emp. will give all his attention to the, 316.

-, -, is sure that the Pope will help, ibid.

-, -, in order to save Spain from contamination and heresy, ibid.

-, that of Portugal, to persecute the Spanish moriscoes, 319.

-, proctor of the, at Rome, v. Aguinaga.

Interview of Calais, between Henry and Francis in 1533 ; alluded, 54, 151.

-, between Henry and James of Scotland at York first talked of.

-, -, nothing decided yet, 102.

-, -, perhaps not to take place at all, ibid.

-, -, if effected, no religious matters are to be brought forward at the conferences, nor is James to ask for the Princess' hand, ibid.

-, -, again a rumour of the, having been fixed for the end of May 1536, 110.

-, of the Emp. and Francis between Perpignan and Narbonne, proposed by the former, 377, 418, 420, 431, 452.

-, -, not accepted, 531.

-, -, arranged for Nizza, 518, 525.

-, -, at Aigues-Mortes (July 1538), 549–54.

Ireland still disturbed (Jan. 1536), 1, 29.

-, five uncles or relatives of the earl of Kildare in, put down their arms, 29, 35.

-, lieut.-governor of, v. Skeffington.

Isabella (Isabel) the Catholic of Spain, q. of Castille, 14, 504.

-, (Isabel) of Portugal, dau. of k. Dom Manoel, and wife of the Emp. Charles, 51, 109–10, 196, 275, 282 n, 360–1, 391, 531, 556 n, 558, 577.

-, her sec., v. Vazquez de Molina.

-, lets, to the Emp., 31, 39.

-, lets, to the Imp. amb. in Portugal, 108.

-, lets, from the Emp. to, 16, 26–7, 45, 190, 201, 227–8.

-, let. from Orbiz to, 1, 5, 6 35, 38, 58, 91, 115, 121, 124.

-, let. from Chapuys to, 94, 110, 114, 116.

-, let. from Hannaërt to, 50.

-, wife of Dom Duarte, 371, 531.

Italy to be invaded by Francis instead of Navarre, 48.

-, the coast of, likely to be ravaged by the Turk in the spring of 1537, 352.

-, the Emp.'s journey to (Feb. 1538), 432, 441, 471.

-, -, not agreeable to the Venetians, 471.

-, Charles sails from Barcelona to, (25 April 1538), bound for the conferences at Nizza.

-, Francis' intrigues in (1538), 500.

Iverdun, v. Verdun.

Ivois, 580.

Ixar (Hijar), a town of Aragon.

-, (capt. D. Antonio de') (Dixar or Dijar), 119, 120, 327, 353, 355, 360, 361 note, 366, 368–9, 571.

-, -, instructions to (1537), 149.

-, -, the Emp.'s let. to, 150.

-, -, notice of, 361 n.