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Index: J, K

Pages 627-628

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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Jaca, town of Aragon, 464–5.

Jacobacis (card. Cristophoro Jaccovazzi), Papal legate to the Emp. (1538), 423–4, 436.

-, his servant, 421.

Jaen in Andalusia, bpc. of, 62, 304.

-, bp. of, v. Mendoza and Merino.

James V., k. of Scotland (1513–42), his marriage to Mme. de Vendôme, 10, 22, 24, 67.

-, -, almost settled, as his ambs. write from France, 80.

-, offers to mediate between Henry and the Pope, 22–3.

-, -, which mediation the former declines, ibid.

-, the Pope's brief addressed to, threatening to deprive Henry of his kingdom, 22.

-, -, a copy of which is exhibited to Henry by the Scotch ambs., ibid.

-, an interview on the Borders proposed, 24.

-, at York in the summer of 1537, 80.

-, to come to London after the meeting, ibid.

-, Henry's ambassadors to, trying to persuade him to disobey the Apostolic See, 67.

-, his answer on the occasion, ibid.

-, applies again for the hand of princess Mary, 80.

-, the interview at York again talked of, 129.

-, marriage delayed, ibid.

-, -, more on account of Mme. De Vendôme than on his own, 136.

-, sails for some unknown expedition, 243.

-, marries Margaret Erskine, 244.

-, visits the Orkney islands, 237, 260.

-, returns therefrom (Aug. 1536), 237.

-, said to have been at Dieppe in Normandy, 258–9.

-, his marriage to Magdalen of France effected, 237.

-, -, unpleasant to Henry, ibid.

-, his ambassadors in France, v. Betoun and Erskine.

-, -, in England, v. Otterburn.

-, other references, 129, 225.

Jaureguibarriá (Martin de), alias Çornoça, Span, consul in Venice, let. to the Emp. in commendation of Reginald Pole, 163 n.

Jeanne, daughter of Henri d'Albret and Marguerite de Valois, v. Albret.

Joanna, the Infanta, daughter of the Emp., v. Juana.

Joaõ (Juan, John), third of his name, k. of Portugal, 1521–57, 33, 48, 57 note, 275 note, 275 note, 292, 314–9, 318, 346–7, 370–2, 387 n., 390, 502, 506.

-, letter to k. Henry VIII. (1537), 136.

-, his q., v. Catalina.

-, his brother, prince of Brazil (d. 1534), 141 note.

Joaõ III. (Juan), k. of Portugal (1521–57), 33, 51 n, 187 n, 275 n, 292, 314–9, 371–2, 390, 502, 506.

-, makes truce with the k. of Fez, 560.

-, let. to k. Henry (1537), 136.

-, prince of Brazil, half brother of the preceding (d. 1534), 141.

Joanna, v. Juana.

John (Joaõ, Juan), another to k. Dom Manoel of Portugal (1512), 346–7.

-, still residing in Portugal (March 1537), ibid.

-, (Master Joaõ), Portuguese surgeon, a native of Tercera, 346.

-, accompanies the Portuguese embassy to Abyssinia, ibid.

-, -, cures Prester John of an illness, ibid.

-, -, who marries him to one of his daughters, ibid.

-, -, after whose death he returns to Portugal, ibid.

-, -, with a fresh embassy from Prester John, ibid.

-, no fear of his being an impostor or a spy, since he has been recognized by people who accompanied the embassy of 1512, 347.

-, recommended to the Emp. by the k. of Portugal, ibid.

-, -, though Sarmiento, the Imp. amb. in Portugal, suspects that there is something wrong about him, ibid.

-, the Emp. inquires about, 373.

-, (Joaõ, Juan), Prester or Priest of Abyssinia ; man of, a Portuguese born at the Tercera, sent to Portugal and to the Emp., 346, 373.

-, -, for the purpose of prosecuting negociations for an alliance, 346.

Jorge (George), Chapuys' servant, 166.

Joye (Christopher), 510, 512, 515.

Juana, the infanta, daughter of Charles V., wife of Joaõ, prince of Brazil (1535–73), 585.

Juliers, duchy of, said to have been promised by the Emperor to John Frederic of Saxony on condition of his attending the Œcumenic Council, 464.

Juros, annuities from the State, Charles raising money in Spain on the, 240.

K.

Katharine (Catalina) of Aragon, queen of England, and her daughter, the Princess, in great danger of their lives, 1, 2, 6, 8.

-, death and funeral of, 5, 7, 14–5, 21, 33, 53–4.

-, her exequies at Naples (Feb. 1536), 47.

-, will of, 21.

-, -, the news of her death kept secret at Rome, 32.

-, rumours from France of her having been poisoned, 33, 59, 310.

-, -, the poison coming from Italy, 25.

-, by Anne Boleyn, as it is reported, 125, 134, 233.

-, which report Chapuys does not believe, 25.

-, Henry's let. to k. Francis announcing the death of Katharine and begging for congratulations on the event (Feb. 1536), 36.

-, -, a copy sent to Francis by the Pope, ibid.

-, alluded, 18, 20, 40, 60, 110, 132, 134, 138, 141, 198, 250, 270, 290–1.

-, her physician, v. Lasco.

-, apothecary v. Soto.

-, assistant apothecary, v. Grenacre.

Kildare, earl of ("young Kildare"), v. Fitz-Gerald.

-, dow. co. of, v. Grey (Elizabeth).

Kimbolton in Hunts, Katharine's death at (Jan. 1536), 2, 7, 8, 15, 17.

-, Chapuys stays four days at, 3.

Kingston (Sir William), governor of the Tower of London, 131.

-, (lady), Anne Boleyn under her keeping (?), ibid.

-, sent by Henry with a message to the Princess, his daughter (June 1536), 138–9.

Kite (John), bp. of Carlisle, king Henry supping with several ladies at the house of, 127.

-, in communication with Chapuys, ibid.

Kristiern (Christiarn) II., k. of Denmark (1513–23), 29, 57 n, 83, 525, 567, 569.

-, III., k. of Denmark and Norway (1533–39), 83 n, 525.

Kristierna, daughter of the above, married to Francesco Sforza, du. of Milan, 83, 567, 569 ; v. Christina and Denmark.