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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La Baume (Pierre de), bp. of Geneva (1523–42), proposed by the Emperor for a cardinal's hat (1538), 556.
Labret, Labrit, v. Albret.
-, princess of, v. Margaret of Valois, wife of Henri d'Albret.
La Chiesa, La Chieza, Agostino, quoted, 574.
La Force, v. Forcz and La Forez.
Laguna, baron de la, with the Emp. at Nizza (July 1538), 533.
La Marcha, — Marche, Robert, v. La Marck.
La Mark (Erard de), abp. of Liege and card., 61, 580.
-, (Robert III. co. de), a friend and ally of Francis I., 61, 113, 406.
Langeac (Jean de), bp. of Avranches, 1526–33; of Limoges, 1533–41, sent by Francis on a mission to Ferrara (Apr. 1538), 472–3.
Langeais, v. Bellay.
Lawyers, Portuguese, to meet the French at Bayonne or Fuenterrabia, 371.
Lannoy (Charles de), prince of Sulmona, viceroy of Naples (d. 1527), alluded, 65 n, 361 n.
-, -, his widow, v. Montbell.
-, (Ercole), sieur de Mingoval, 65 note.
-, (Philippe), ibid.
-, at Nizza with the Emp., 542.
Lara (D. Manrique de), sent with letters to Portugal (Feb. 1537), 316.
Languedoc, the Dauphin, Francis' eldest eon, to go to, with a body of men (June 153), 135.
-, the French stirring in, 367.
-, -, forces despatched by Francis to (June 1537), 366, 369.
-, -, having besides offered troops and artillery to Mr. d'Albret, ibid.
La Roche Guilhem, barony of, 65 n.
Lasco (Miguel), Katharine's physician, gives full hope of her recovery, 5, 7, 21, 25.
-, draws out a paper with certain testamentary clauses and bequests of Katharine for the King's approval, 16–8.
-, Mary applies for permission for him and the Queen's apothecary to visit her, 16, 21, 25.
-, both allowed to go to her residence, though accompanied by one of Cromwell's clerks, 17, 28.
-, -, not that she needs their advice, for she is in good health, but because she wishes to hear particulars of her mother's death, 28.
-, not allowed to speak to her in private, no more than Chapuys' servants calling at the same time, ibid.
-, on the point of leaving England he is asked by Cromwell to enter the King's service, 34.
-, -, which he refuses on the plea that should he do so after the Queen's death, people might speak disparagingly of him, 34–5.
-, in frequent communication with Chapuys, 196–9, 576.
Lasso de la Vega (Garcia), bearer of a letter from the Emp. to Antonio de Leyva, 111.
Lathon (Guillaume), an Englishman, v. Layton (?).
Laur, v. Llor.
Lautrec (Mr. de), alluded, 114, v. Odet de Foix.
Lavaur (dep. Tarn in France), bp. of, 474.
Layton (Guillaume, or William), 510–6.
Lazcarren, Mr., 463–4, v. Azcarren (Mr. d').
League, the Holy or Clementine, of Clement VII., Francis and Henry against the Emp. (1528), alluded, 114.
-, against the Turk, one between the Emp., the Pope, and Venice, other Italian powers defensive, ratified (Feb. 1536), 52.
-, -, Paul displeased at its ratification without having been previously informed of it, 63.
-, -, negociations, 386, 397–8.
-, -, yet offering to operate most efficiently in favor of it, 456, 459.
-, -, all affairs concerning the, to be discussed at Rome, 416.
-, -, the fleet of the, to assemble at Messina, 555.
-, -, Venetians anxious to ratify, 471.
-, -, the expenses of the armament to be defrayed by the Emp., the Pope, and the Venetians, each party being rated at 100,000 crs., 387.
-, -, the pope objecting on the plea that he is rated too high, and that he cannot pay, ibid.
-, -, the forces of the, to consist of 54,000 men, 386.
-, -, the k. of the Romans (Ferdinand) to join it with 25,000 men, raised at the expense of Germany, ibid.
-, Italian defensive, against the Pope, another proposed between the dus. of Ferrara, Mantua, Florence, and Urbino, for the defence of their respective States against pope Paul (Nov. 1536), 386–7.
-, between England and the Empire, one defensive and offensive proposed by the Emp. to Henry after Katharine's demise (Jan. 1536).
-, -, as well as a treaty of closer alliance between England and the Empire.
-, -, articles of, discussed in the King's Privy Council.
-, -, four in number, namely:— 1. The Pope and General Council. 2. The Princess' marriage to the infant Dom Luiz. 3. The Turk. 4. War against the French, 57–8, 71–6.
-, -, the Emp.'s instructions to Chapuys respecting the above four points, 71–6.
-, of the Swiss Cantons, 232, 286.
-, of Smalkalde, alluded, 365.
Lee (Edward), abp. of York, at the head of the rebellion in Lincolnshire (with the rebels?).
-, (Roland or Rowland), bp. of Chester, sent on a deputation to Mary (June-July 1536), 182.
-, two sent to the Emp. in Naples (1536), 37.
-, -, another to Barcelona (1538), 434–5, 462, v. Jacobacis.
-, -, another to France (1538), 434.
-, card. Caracciolo and Triulzo sent to the Emp. and Francis about the peace (1536), 162.
-, -, propose that the investiture of Milan be given to the du. of Orleans (Henri), ibid.
-, -, -, which the Emp. refuses, as with such an arrangement there is no security for the peace of Italy, ibid.
-, two despatched by Paul in Jan. 1538, one to the Emp. the other to France, 416, 499.
-, -, to bring about peace between the Empire and France, 434–5, 458, 460, 462.
Leghorn (Livorno), in Tuscany, 330, 362, 521.
Legions, French, raised by Francis in 1536 for his Italian campaign, 32, 48.
-, -, 20,000 militiamen (legionarios) to be in Florence on a fixed day, in order to repel the invasion of the Imperialists, 135.
Leguiçamo, lic., bearer of letts. to the Emp. (1538), 400.
Leo, Pope, 180.
Leocata (Leucate), in Roussillon, 415, 420.
Leon, in Spain, high commander of, v. Cobos.
-, Solarona (Lyons on the Rhone), v. Lyons.
Leonor, v. Eleanor.
L'Esleu, v. Surennes.
Letters, executory, Cifuentes was trying to procure the issue of the, when news arrived at Rome of Katharine's death, 31.
-, -, the French doing all they could to have them suspended, 32.
-, -, and yet, the very same day that the French courier, bearer of the news, arrived, the letters were in Cifuentes' possession, ibid, 67.
Levant, advices from the (May 1536), 111.
-, news from the (June 1537), 355.
-, ten French galleys returning from the (June 1538), 475, 481, 584.
-, -, attacked by the Emperor's fleet under the impression of their being Turkish, 476, 481–2.
-, -, some of them captured, and afterwards released, 483.
-, the French fleet to sail for the (June 1536), 135.
-, deliberations in the Emp.'s council respecting an expedition to the, 203.
-, the Imperial fleet under Doria bound for the, 358, 470.
Leyva (Antonio de), prince of Asculi, 35, 77, 111, 245, 304, 473, 475.
-, -, accused by Castelnau of being the cause of the Dauphin's death by poison, 236.
-, -, -, and of intending to do the same with king Francis and his two remaining sons, ibid.
-, -, lets, to the Emperor, 51.
-, (D. Sancho de) naval commander, 548.
Liège, abp. of, La Mark, 61.
-, -, coadjutorship of, 408, 458.
Likerke, Mr. de, v. Hannaërt.
Limoges, bp. of, v. Langeac (Jean de).
-, -, on a mission of k. Francis to the Venetians, 472–3.
Linconser, v. Lincolnshire.
Lincoln, archdeacon of, v. Pate.
Lincolnshire, the people of, rise against the King's commissioners (Oct. 1536), 267.
-, -, refuse to pay the new tax voted by Parliament, ibid.
-, -, -, and complain of the demolition of monasteries and convents, ibid.
-, -, their numbers variously estimated, 268.
-, -, great preparations made to resist them, ibid.
Lingone (Lingen?), German levies arrive at, 30.
Liorna (Livorno), v. under Leghorn and Livorno.
Livorno (Leghorn), in Tuscany, 521.
-, oath of fealty to the Emp. by the castellan of, 1537, 153.
-, governor appointed to (1538), 560.
-, -, his opinion of the state of political affairs in 1538, 479–80.
-, -, let. to the empress Isabella (June 1538), 205.
Loire (La), river, and dep. of France, 570.
Lombardy, 418, 420.
-, the Emp.'s intended journey to, 259.
-, Imp. army in (1536), 119.
-, -, under the marq. del Gasto, 353.
-, Spanish infantry in, mutiny of the, in consequence of the truce with France (1538), 559.
Lombay, marchioness of, v. Castro.
Lombecke, visc., v. Hannaërt.
London, neutrality proclaimed in (Aug. 1536), 237.
-, treaty of, alluded, 255, 257.
-, Tower of, 1, 34, 108, 125, 135.
-, lets, dated from (1536), 3, 4, 9, 10, 13, 17, 21, 29, 37, 43, 43a, 47–9, 54–5, 61, 70–4, 76–9, 85, 88, 93–5, 98, 103–5, 114, 116, 169, 182, 213, 220, 223–5.
Lonen, v. Lunden.
Longueville (du. Louis i. de), 177, v. also Orleans.
Lopez de Mendoza y Zuñiga (D. Iñigo), bp. of Burgos, proposed for a cardinal's hat (1538), 556.
-, Pacheco (D. Diego), third du. of Escalona, marq. de Villena, 531.
-, de Padilla (Gutierre) High Commander of Castille, Imp. agent in Savoy, 261, 424, 484.
Lorena, v. Lorraine.
Loron, v. Oloron.
Lorraine (du. Antoine de), 542, 565.
-, one of his sons (François?) and four French cards., and several titled French noblemen visiting the Emp. at Villafranca di Nizza (9 Jun. 1538), 487.
-, -, card. Jean de, v. Guise.
Louis XI., k. of France (1461–83), alluded, 569.
-, XII., k. of France (1498–515), alluded, 197, 370.
Louise de France, eldest daughter of Francis I. (1515–7), promised to Charles before his election to the Empire, 113, 570.
-, de Savoie, daughter of Philip, seventh du. of Savoy, mother of king Francis I. (1476–531).
Louvain, in S. Brabant, 516.
Low Countries (Netherlands, les Pays d'enbas), 504–5, 515.
-, an army being raised in the, for the purpose of invading France (July 1536), 196.
-, -, Henri de Nassau to command it, ibid.
-, the interest of the, at the Roman court to be taken care of by the Imp. ambs 292.
-, regent of, v. Mary q. of Hungary.
Loys, v. Louis.
Lubeck, one of the Hanz towns, 83, 202, 205.
-, capt. of, v. Meyer (Marcus).
Lubeckers, Lubeckians, make an agreement with the du. of Holstein, 82–3.
-, -, at which k. Henry is not pleased, ibid.
-, -, Cromwell calling them villains and scoundrels, ibid.
Lucques (Lucca), 555.
-, the Emp.'s answer to the French ambassador at (1536), 144.
Ludeva (Lodève, dep. Herault), bp. of, 475.
Luis, Luiz, Infante of Portugal, du. of Beja, son of k. Dom Manoel; the Emp. intending to give him the command of the expedition to Algiers, 51.
-, -, -, as well as the investiture of Milan, 52, 314.
-, -, his marriage with the princess Mary of England first brought forward by Chapuys (J. 1536), 196.
-, -,the hand of Madeleine de France offered to, 319.
-, -, -, to counteract his proposed marriage to Mary of England, ibid.
-, -, at Barcelona with the Emp. (1538), 527.
-, -, v. also Portugal (Dom Luiz).
Luna (D. Alvaro de), Spanish officer in Italy, governor of the citadel of Milan (?), 259.
-, (D. Juan de), governor of the castle of Milan, 560.
Lunden, in Sweden, abp. of, v. Tornbern-Bilde.
Lunel (Fr. Vincencio), general of the Franciscan friars at Rome (1536), 25–6, 33–4, 52, 65, 304 n, Int. xiii.
-, -, lets. to the Emp 28, 34.
Luther (Martin), English prelates framing an answer to certain writings of, 84.
-, -, wherein he states his opinion that, though the King's marriage to Anne Boleyn was allowable, the legitimacy of princess Mary could not be contested, ibid.
Lutheranism, some of the articles of, including that of the non-existence of Purgatory, easily accepted in England, 41.
Lutherans, German, 37.
-, articles of their sect, 41.
-, object to having their affairs looked into before the meeting of the General Council, 349.
-, threaten to set up one of their own, 365.
-, might perhaps feel inclined, for fear of the Turk, to return to their duties in point of religion, 398.
-, Henry suspected of keeping close intelligence with the, (Apr. 1538), 525.
Luxan, the page, in the service of the k. of Portugal, 372.
-, -, uncle of the above, ibid.
Luxembourg (Lutzenburgh), duchy of, towns occupied by Francis in the, to be restored, 580.
Luzzedro, lawsuit concerning the abbey of, brought against the du. of Mantua (1537), 327.
Lyons (Lion sur le Rhone), 48.
-, k. Francis on the road to, 120, 231, 369, 570.
-, his camp in the neighbourhood of, 370.
-, -, holding his court at (1538), 453.
-, gulf of, 536.
-, lets, dated from, 12, 36, 57, 59.
Lyonnais, prov. of France, 570.
Llandaf, bp. of, confessor and almoner to q. Katharine, v. Ateca.
Llaur, abbot, v. Llor.
Llor, abbot of San Pedro de Galicante, at Gerona, 458.