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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Mâcon, in Burgundy, the Eng. ambs. (Wallop and Gardiner) at (Jan. 1536), 9.
-, let. dated from, 8.
-, bp. of, v. Hèmard Denonville.
Madeleine (Magdalen), daughter of Francis I., her hand offered to k. Henry; married to James V. of Scotland, 1536 (d. 2 July 1537), 30 note, v. also France (Magdalen of).
Madrid, 45, 493.
-, the convention of, alluded, 61, 76, 114, 144, 211, 401, 461, 499, 580.
-, let. dated from, 31.
Madrigal (D. Alvaro de), 534.
Madyson (Sir Edward), one of the deputies sent to London by the rebels of Yorkshire, 300.
Magdalen (Madeleine) de France, Francis' youngest daughter, her hand offered to Luiz of Portugal, 319.
Mai (Miguel), Imp. amb. at Rome, alluded, 66 note.
Main, the Spanish, 334–5.
Malaga, galleys of, 358.
Maldonado, capt bearer of despatches to the Emperor (1537–8), 444, 448, 460.
Malta, galleys of, 455.
-, bpc. of, 458–9.
-, Grand Master of, 358.
Manifesto, that of Charles before the cardinals in consistory at Rome, 234.
-, Francis' answer to.
-, the Emp.'s reply.
Manoel, Manuel, Dom, king of Portugal (1495–521), 51 n 196, 261, 430 n, 499, 522 n, 141 n.
Manrique (D. Alonso) sent by the Emp. to Spain, to announce the prorogation of the truce with Francis (July 1538), 554.
-, (D. Garci Fernandez), first marq. de Aguilar, Int. xiv.
-, (D. Luis Fernandez), fourth co. de Castañeda, second marq. de Aguilar; Imp. amb. at Rome, instructions to (Nov. 15, 1536), 119.
-, -, on the affairs of Florence (Mar. 1537), 135.
-, -, at the conferences of Nizza with the Emp., 488,
-, -, a chamberlain of, killed (9 June 1538), ibid.
-, negociations with the Pope or the Florentines, 135, 152, 154, 163, 171, 173, 175–6, 178–80, 183–4, 189, 194, 328, 382, 387, 456–7, 460, 468–70, 484, 554–6.
-, lets, to the Emp. (1538), 186–7, 192, 198.
-, toChapuys (May 1537), 147.
-, the Emp.'s lets, to (1538), 152, 154, 163, 175, 179–80, 183–4, 189, 194.
-, Cobos and Granvelle to, 171, 173, 176.
-, notice of, Int. xiv.–xv.
-, (Pedro), bp. of Cordoba (1537), recommended by the Emp. for a cardinal's hat, 556.
-, de Lara (D. Antonio), second du. of Nájera, third co. of Triviño, 488, 531–4, 541–2, 544–7, 554.
-, -, ball and entertainment given by, at Barcelona, 532–3.
-, (D. Juan), his brother, 545.
Mantua, duchy of, 65, 291.
-, amb. of, at Rome, 292.
-, city, designated as the place of meeting of the General Council, 162, 292.
-, -, the Germans agreeing to it, 365.
-, -, the Duke, however, refusing to give it up for that purpose, 528.
-, du., v. Gonzaga (Frederico).
-, card. of, v. Gonzaga (Hercole di).
Manuel (Lorenço), Imp. agent in Italy (1536–8), 304.
-, -, takes a message of the du. of Savoy (Carlo) to Paul, 588.
Maran, Marano, in the Frioul (Italy), taken from Ferdinand, 578.
Marche (Robert de la), v. La Mark.
Maraveglia, Maravilles, v. Merveilles.
Margaret (Margarita, Marguerite) of Austria, daughter of Emp. Maximilian I., and aunt of Charles V.; governess of the Low Countries (d. 1530), alluded, 112.
-, -, natural daughter of Charles V.
-, -, married to Alessandro de' Medici, du. of Florence (Feb. 1536), 64–5, 311 n., 313 n.
-, -, becomes a widow (Jan. 1537), 331, 351, 353, 355, 457, 459, 582.
-, -, residing at Pisa, 363, 383.
-, -, -, to be removed to Gaeta, in Naples, 363.
-, -, -, yet remaining at Pisa, as the place is considered secure enough for her, and the Florentines wish it, 363.
-, -, her hand solicited by Cosmo, du. of Florence, 330–1,
-, -, -, by k. Henry, 430.
-, -, -, by Pier Luigi Farnese for his son Ottavio, 330–1.
-, (Marguerite), of France, daughter of Francis I. (1523–74), married to Emmanuele Philiberto, du. of Savoy, 33 note, 570.
-, of Navarre, sister of Francis I., dowager duchess of Alençon (d. 1549), married to Henri d'Albret, titular k. of Navarre, 23 n., 110, 465–6, 542, 544–5, 570, 584–5.
-, -, at the conference of Nizza, 542, 544–6, 570, 584–5.
-, -, wrongly called the daughter instead of the sister of Francis, 585.
-, of Scotland, widow of k. James IV., k. of Scotland, 214, 576.
Marignano, the Swiss defeated at (1515), 112.
-, marq. de, v. Medichino.
-, that of Caterina de' Medici with Henri de Valois (Oct. 1533), alluded, 331.
-, of Alessandro de' Medici with Margaret, the Emp.'s natural daughter (1535), 64–5, 311 n., 313 n.
-, the negociations for k. James in France suspended or fallen completely to the ground in consequence of Francesco Sforza's death, 22, 197.
-, -, resumed, and in a fair way of his getting the hand of Mme. de Vendôme, 80.
-, -, which after all he declines, 129.
-, -, applies in vain for that of princess Mary, 80.
-, that of k. James with Magdalen of France effected (Jan. 1537), 320.
-, -, Henry angry on that account (4 Feb. 1537), ibid.
-, between the Infanta Da Maria of Portugal and the Dauphin of France (François de Valois), 45, 51–2.
-, -, k. Joaõ, her uncle, requesting the Emp. not to mention it for the present and to keep it secret [Feb. 1536?], ibid.
-, -, and delaying it as much as possible in order to promote that of his own daughter, 46.
-, between the same and k. Henry, 432, 572.
-, -, and archdu. Maximilian, son of Ferdinand, 65.
-, of k. Henry and the eldest daughter of France (Madeleine) proposed to Cromwell by the French ambs. (June 1536), 141.
-, of one of the daughters of the k. of the Romans to the Dauphin of France (François de Valois), 45.
-, -, to the du. of Angoulême (Charles), 400, 492.
-, -, the Emp. agreeing to it, provided the stipulated conditions be fulfilled, 492.
-, of the same or her sister to Ottavio Farnese (Nov. 1536), 297.
-, of the same with the son of the du. of Gheldres, 400.
-, between Jeanne d'Albret and prince Philip of Spain, 412, 414.
-, between the same and Antoine de Bourbon, 584 n.
-, that of Christina, the dow. du. of Milan, with Charles du. of Angoulême, proposed by Paul (Jan. 1536), 37, 355, 367.
-, -, as the only means of settling the dispute concerning Milan, and ensuring the peace of Italy, 37.
-, of k. Henry with the dow. du. of Milan (Christina), 433, 505.
-, -, conjointly with that of his own daughter, the Princess, with the Infante Dom Luyz, 505.
-, -, conditions, dower, &c., discussed, 506–7.
-, a separate article to be introduced into the contract stipulating that the arrears of the French pension shall be made good to Henry, 525.
-, -, and that in the event of the Infante Dom Luyz getting the duchy of Milan, k. Henry shall not be bound to pay the Duchess' dower, 525.
-, terms and conditions demanded by the King's commissioners which Chapuys and Mendoza consider dishonorable, ibid.
-, -, and show that Henry wishes to get out of it, ibid.
-, various other alliances proposed to Henry, both from Germany and from France, 530.
-, -, one of them that of Anne de Clèves, whose portrait he procures, 531.
-, the hand of Mary of England asked by the Scotch amb. for k. James, 22, 80–2.
-, -, by the French for the Dauphin, Henry, however, preferring his brother the du. of Angoulême, 229.
-, of princess Mary with a gentleman of England, according to report, 198.
-, of the same with the son of the du. de Clèves (June 1538), 531.
-, -, with one of the sons of k. Francis, either the Dauphin (François) or the du. of Angoulême (Charles), 240, 250.
-, -, with the Infante Dom Luiz of Portugal, 319.
-, of prince Edward, Henry's son, with the Emp.'s daughter (Joanna), 507.
-, of prince Philip of Spain with Joanna d'Albret, 412, 414.
-, of Elizabeth, the daughter of Henry and Anne Boleyn, with the prince of Piedmont, proposed by Cromwell, 507.
-, of the same with prince Philip of Spain, the Emp.'s son, hinted by Cromwell (Feb. 1536), 567.
Marseilles, 358, 536.
-, the galleys of Normandy ordered to collect at (Mar. 1536), 78.
-, certain ships of Francis being armed at, for the purpose of attacking Genoa, 109–10.
-, France to be invaded by way of, 135.
-, conferences of, between Clement VII. and Francis in Nov. 1533, alluded, 448.
-, negociations of (June 1537), 355.
-, -, come to nothing, being more likely intended only to gain time, 351.
-, the Emp.'s fleet in sight of (May 1538), 481.
-, k. Francis obliged to quit, owing to his own bad health, that of his q., and children (June 1538), 557.
Marvol (?), sieur de, 119, Int. xvi.
Mary of England, daughter of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Aragon (called officially "the Lady Mary," and by the Imperialists "the Princess,") Chapuys applies in vain for permission to visit her, 14.
-, sends his sec., who is not admitted, ibid.
-, -, the K., her father, intending to pay her a personal visit of condolence four days sifter her mother's death at Kimbolton, 20.
-, -, -, the news of which is to be carefully kept from her as long as possible, ibid.
-, -, unceremoniously apprised by her governess of her mother's demise, ibid.
-, -, -, which she feels immensely, considering the little favor she can expect in future, 33.
-, -, her household to be increased immediately after her mother's death, 40.
-, -, removed to a better house, ibid.
-, -, a personage from Flanders arrives in London for the purpose of devising means for her flight from England, 41–5.
-, -, -, which Chapuys considers more difficult than ever, owing to her having been removed [to Hownsdon], 42.
-, -, -, should the attempt have some chance of success Chapuys suggests that he himself ought to leave England beforehand, 44.
-, -, -, for fear of incurring Henry's displeasure, 45.
-, -, her marriage with Dom Luiz of Portugal first talked of, 51, 141.
-, -, negotiated, 221, 239, 344, 482, 530, 532, 565, 571, 572–5, 585, Int. v.
-, -, in frequent correspondence with Chapuys through one of her servants, 59.
-, -, rumours of her marriage to a gentleman of this realm current in London and abroad, 67.
-, -, -, to which report Chapuys attaches no faith at all, 67.
-, -, -, though Ortiz considers it favorable for the future, as the marriage may easily be annulled afterwards, ibid.
-, -, Chapuy's opinion as to what ought to be stipulated in favor of, in the event of the Emp. treating with the French, 86.
-, -, treated exactly as she was before her mother's death (May 1536), 110.
-, -, removed to other quarters (May 1536?), 128, 133.
-, -, -, a smaller house inferior to the first (Ortiz writes) (March 1536), 70.
-, -, escorted thither by all the officers of Elizabeth's household, ibid.
-, -, -, whose services, however, she declines by Chapuys' advice, ibid.
-, -, the K. gives, many jewels which formerly were Anne's, 133.
-, -, Cromwell tells Chapuys, under reserve, that Henry intends declaring, heiress to his Crown, 138.
-, -, -, which statement the Imp. amb. disbelieves completely, ibid.
-, -, -, as there are no signs yet of Henry's obstinacy giving way, 139.
-, -, her return to, Court reported (May 1536), 133.
-, -, asked to write a letter to her father, the draft of which Cromwell prepares for her, 138.
-, -, -, the letter itself being conceived in honest and reasonable terms, ibid.
-, -, -, when signed, the K. will have her declared heiress to the crown, ibid.
-, -, a lady in her [father's?] utmost confidence (lady Kingston) sent to persuade her to sign, ibid.
-, -, -, and Chapuys himself being earnestly requested to recommend the signature, ibid.
-, -, the contents of the letter simple enough, and yet Chapuys and the Princess' friends suspect that a trap is laid for her, 139.
-, -, should she refuse to write and sign it, such as it is, she will certainly be ill-treated and punished, ibid.
-, -, the Imp. ambassador advising, to write and sign the let., together with a protest which he sends her, ibid.
-, -, -, if signed (Cromwell again says) the K, intends to appoint her heiress to his crown, ibid.
-, -, -, otherwise she will be punished with all the rigour of the law, ibid.
-, -, the earl of Sussex's remark in Council concerning, 139.
-, -, her hand said to have been offered by the K., her father, to the du. of Angoulême, 140.
-, -, for no other purpose, as Chapuys thinks, than to impede the negociations for a closer alliance between the Emp. and Francis, ibid.
-, -, who is again soliciting her hand for the Dauphin, his son, 146.
-, -, -, which proposal Henry feigns to accept on condition that the du. of Angoulême (Charles), not François the Dauphin, is to be the Princess' husband, ibid.
-, -, interrogated by Chapuys, Cromwell answers that the report is true, and the offer has really been made; but that it is one of those political strategems used by princes to deceive each other, 146.
-, -, writes a letter to her father so wise and discreet that Henry and his new q. are singularly pleased with it, 150.
-, -, -, though totally different in its contents from the draft prepared by Cromwell, ibid.
-, -, in greater danger than she ever was, owing to her father the K. pressing her to swear to the statute of succession (June-July 1536), 182.
-, -, -, as otherwise he will have her punished with all the rigour of the law, ibid.
-, -, repeated assurances on the part of the latter that the Princess, will shortly he declared heiress to the Eng. crown, ibid.
-, -, -, and yet (says Chapuys) there is a rumour afloat that the K. will not give her the title of princess of Wales, 151.
-, -, -, and that she will be excluded altogether from the inheritance should her father have other children, male or female, ibid.
-, -, commissioners deputed by Henry to that effect, ibid.
-, -, -, whom she literally confounds by her wise and prudent answer to their intimation, ibid.
-, -, -, intemperate and threatening language of one of them (Sussex) on the occasion, ibid.
-, -, refuses to swear, ibid.
-, -, -, the K. in a towering passion in consequence, ibid.
-, -, finds means of communicating with Chapuys, 182.
-, -, -, who advises her to comply at once with her father's wishes, and take the oath, 183.
-, -, -, and prepares a protest for her to sign at the same time, ibid.
-, -, reconciled with her father, 185.
-, -, so great is the love and affection which the English profess to, (Cromwell says to Chapuys) that they are determined to risk everything for her sake, 185.
-, -, -, great joy among the courtiers in consequence, ibid.
-, -, falls suddenly in a state of despondency from fear of the Pope condemning her act, 185.
-, -, the King's deputies call again to beg her pardon for the harsh language used on their first visit, ibid.
-, -, and yet Cromwell, it is observed, no longer gives her the title of Princess, as he did before, and there is a talk of her being in future designated by the title of duchess of York, which is that of the second sons of the kings of England, 185.
-, -, increasing rumours of her marriage to an Englishman (July 1536), 198.
-, -, -, for fear she should when out of the country retract her oath, and with the Emp.'s assistance dethrone her own father, ibid.
-, -, -, the husband intended for her being Cromwell, the lord Privy Seal, ibid.
-, -, Chapuys inquires into the origin of a report, which he entirely disbelieves, 199.
-, -, -, finds that there is no foundation at all for it, ibid.
-, -, completely reconciled with her father, the K., 208.
-, -, -, who shows her as much love and affection as ever a father did show to his daughter (July 1536), ibid.
-, -, the let. once written and signed to the King's satisfaction, is still compelled to sign another paper to the effect that the Pope is only the bp. of Rome, 222.
-, -, on her refusal the case is submitted to certain judges appointed by the King, ibid.
-, -, -, rather than make the concession demanded of her she prepares to die, ibid.
-, -, -, but, advised by Chapuys, signs it at last, ibid.
-, -, in good health, and her household increased, 237.
-, -, much better treated than before (Sept. 1536), 243.
-, -, -, and as well as her bastard sister, Elizabeth, in Anne Boleyn's time, ibid.
-, -, enjoying the attendance due to her rank, 260.
-, -, her return to Court delayed in consequence of q. Jane's coronation being put off (Oct. 1536), 266–7.
-, -, asked to write to the Emp. that she is ready to acknowledge, confirm, and approve the statutes, declaring her mother's marriage to have been unlawful, and the King, her father, to be the Chief and Sovereign of the Anglican Church (Oct. 1536), 267.
-, -, -, to the Pope and to the q. of Hungary also, ibid.
-, -, consults Chapuys, and desires him to inform the Emp. thereof, ibid.
-, -, the K. insisting upon her writing two more letters, one to the Pope, the other to Mary of Hungary, for the same purpose (Oct. 1536), 270.
-, -, -, which she does, signing at the same time a protest, ibid.
-, -, Chapuys writes to Cifuentes to procure the Pope's absolution for, 270–1.
-, -, -, as she has been really obliged to sign the lets, and papers put before her, ibid.
-, -, though former protests, and a new one, which she has since signed, render all precautions utterly superfluous, 271.
-, -, the thing, however, to be kept secret, for, should the Princess' precautionary measures become known, she would not be allowed to live long, ibid.
-, -, to apply to the Pope for a brief of absolution in her favour a dangerous experiment, answers Cifuentes, 272.
-, -, -, for should the Pope hear of what she has done the French are sure to know of it, ibid.
-, -, -, and Henry to be immediately informed thereof, ibid.
-, -, negociations for the marriage of, with Dom Luiz of Portugal brisker than ever (Nov. 1536), 283.
-, -, -, though La Pommeraye and Castelnau are at the same time, with Henry's consent, soliciting her hand for the du. of Orleans, ibid.
-, -, -, offering in their master's name an income of 80,000 crs. as dower, 284.
-, -, her hand again solicited by the French for the du. of Angoulême, pretending that the marriage proposed will meet with the Emp.'s approval, 285.
-, -, goes to Greenwich, and dines at the Royal table, 296.
-, -, negociations for her marriage to the Infante of Portugal resumed with greater vigour, 310–2.
-, -, -, as by that means she may go out of the country, and after her father's death assert her right to the crown, 311.
-, -, the rebels of the Northern counties taking up her cause, and upholding her rights, 279, 300.
-, -, in danger of life should Pole's intended journey to England become public, 320–1.
-, -, the negociations for her marriage to Dom Luiz much delayed, 341.
-, -, should Henry deny his consent, the marriage to be procured against his will (writes the Emp. to Chapuys (March 1537), ibid.
-, neither, nor the Infante D. Luiz are to subscribe or swear to any statutes against the authority of the Apostolic See, 337.
-, -, marriages for, several proposed: to Charles du. of Angoulême, 140, to the Infante Dom Luyz of Portugal, 32, 51, 141; to the Dauphin of France (François de Valois), 146†; to the duke of Angoulême, afterwards of Orleans (Charles), 146.
-, -, her "gouvernante," v. Shelton.
-, -, her chief servant, who knows all her secrets, sent to the Tower, 183.
-, -, other references, 1, 3, 5, 8, 11–21, 66, 161.
-, of Hungary, Charles' sister, dowager q. of Hungary, regent of the Low Countries, 10, 21–2, 26, 80, 90, 237–8, 256, 260, 270, 355–6, 379, 382, 502–3, 515, 565.
-, -, lets, to Chapuys, 217.
-, -, to Cromwell, 216.
-, -, to count Nassau, 218.
-, -, to Carlo, du. of Savoy, 219.
-, -, from Chapuys to, 220.
-, (Maria), Infanta of Portugal, daughter of k. Dom Manoel and Eleanor, the Emp.'s sister; her hand offered to Henry, 432, 572.
-, -, to the dauphin of France, 32, 51–2.
-, -, to Maximilian of Austria, 65.
-, -, daughter of k. Dom Joã and Catalina, the Emp.'s sister, 46.
-, Tudor, Henry's sister, wid. of Louis XII., k. of France, duchess of Suffolk, 21.
Mascarenhas, Mazcareñas (D. Pedro), minister of k. Dom Joaõ of Portugal, 318, 433 n.
Masquerade, k. Henry attending a, disguised as a Turk (July 1536), 193.
Mathias (Dr.), vice-chancellor to the Empire, 350.
Maximilian I., emp. of Germany (1493–519), alluded, 112, 196–7.
Maximiniano (?), co., at Villafranca di Nizza (July 1538), 542.
Medichino (Gian Jacopo), marq. de Marignano.
Medici, house or family of, in Florence, 329, 330, 375.
-, -, property belonging to the, at Rome, to be claimed as the inheritance of Alessandro's widow, 375.
-, the marriage in 1533 between Clement's niece and Henry de Valois, alluded, 331.
-, (Alessandro de'), du. of Florence, 328–9.
-, -, inquiry into his government, 62.
-, marriage contract with Margaret, the Emp.'s natural daughter (28 Feb. 1536), 64–5, 313 n.
-, ambassadors of, v. Bandini and Cherubino.
-, murdered (Jan. 1537), 316, 328, 361, 374–5, 379, 383, 567, 582. Int. xiv.
-, his widow, v. Margaret of Austria.
Medici (Bernardino de'), bp. of Forli (1528–51), 328–30.
-, (Caterina de'), niece of Pope Clement VII. and wife of Henri du. d'Orleans, 148 note.
-, asked to renounce her right to Florence, 484.
-, -, present at the interview of Nizza (June 1538), 542, 544, 546.
-, (Cosmo de'), du. of Florence, son of Giovan (d. 1571), 324, 330–1, 374–5, 404, 460.
-, -, said to be at Bologna with the "fuorusciti" of Florence, 325.
-, -, amb. of, at the Imp. court, 478.
-, -, chosen to command at Florence after the assassination of his kinsman, Alessandro, 328–9.
-, -, election of, confirmed by the Emperor, 354, 362–3, 384, 460, 582.
-, (Giovan de'), capt. of the Black Bands in 1526, 330 note.
-, (Ippolito de'), card. (d. 1535), 119, 331.
-, -, sec. of, arrested, 119.
-, (Lorenço de), surnamed "Laurencino," murders Alessendro, du. of Florence, 326, 329.
-, co. della Mirandola, offers to deliver him up into the Emp.'s hands, 326.
-, -, to be exiled from France, 404.
-, (Pietro Francesco II.), gonfaloniere of Florence (d. 1516), 329 note.
Medicino, Medichino, Medequin (Gian Giacopo), marq. de Marignan, 403.
Medina Celi, v. La Cerda.
Medina de Rioseco, v. Henriquez.
Mediterranean Sea, Dona's fleet in the (Sept. 1536), 253–4, 483.
-, scoured by Algerine pirates, 358.
-, truce for the, between the Emp. and Francis (May to Aug. 1536), 476.
Melito, co. de, v. Hurtado de Mendoza (Diego), 570.
Mendes (Mendez), de Vasconcellos (Alvaro), Portuguese amb. at the Imp. court (1536–7), 51, 314, 333, 336–7, 345, 387, 424.
-, -, the Emperor's instructions to (Feb. 1537), 131.
Mendoza (Antonio de), viceroy of Mexico, 15.
-, (D. Bernaldino, Bernardino), Imp. naval commander, governor of La Goleta; three galleys under, coming from Tunis, join the Imp. fleet at Villafranca di Nizza (July 1538), 487.
-, (D. Diego), v. Hurtado da Mendoza.
-, (D. Francisco), bp. of Jaen, 304 note.
-, (D. Iñigo de), card. bp. of Burgos, Imp. amb. in England (1527), 154.
Mendoza (D. Juan de), at Villafranca di Nizza in the Emp.'s suite (July 1538), 533.
Mercado (Lope), 46, 52 n., 569.
Merchants, French, in London, complain of various grievances (Jan. 1536), 29.
-, -, taxed against the letter of the treaties between England and France, ibid.
-, -, amb. Castelnau's application on their behalf, ibid.
Merveilles, cap., esquire to k. Francis; execution of, alluded (1533), 115.
Merino (Esteban Gabriel), bp. of Jaen, 66 n, 304 n., Int. xiii.
Merlin, "the Enchanter," romance of, 547 n.
Messalina the English, name given by the Imperialists to Anne Boleyn, 120–1.
Messina, in Sicily, the Emperor's reception at, after his African expedition, 6.
-, the Venetians asking that Doria's fleet should sail for (Feb. 1536), 443.
-, the place of meeting for the fleets of the confederated powers, 555.
-, viceroy of, v. Mendoza (Antonio de).
Milan, duchy of, 46, 48, 179, 305, 452, 499.
-, -, the investiture of the, to be given to the Infante Dom Luiz of Portugal, 46, 505, 525.
-, -, to be invaded by the French, 26, 48, 57–8, 64.
-, -, the Emp. willing to give the investiture of, to the du. of Angoulême, 32, 61, 68, 88.
-, -, -, on certain conditions and the du. marrying, if he likes, the dow. du. Christina of Denmark, 61.
-, -, on no account will Francis consent to that, as he wants the duchy for his second son, the du. of Orleans, 62–3.
-, -, Francis' plans concerning the, considered by k. Henry as highly inconsiderate and wild, 88.
-, -, -, all Francis' pretensions being, as it were, centred on, 90.
-, -, all pensions on the, to be paid by the du. of Angoulême, in case of his being invested with, 98.
-, -, if not given to his second son, the du. of Orleans, Francis will immediately prepare for war, 166–7.
-, -, in the event of the various candidatures for the, being rejected, Paul hopes that his son, Pier Luigi Farnese, will be elected, 230–1.
-, -, -, the Venetians, however, will never agree to that, ibid.
-, -, the Pope apparently in favor of the investiture being given to the du. of Angoulême, 309.
-, -, -, on certain stipulated conditions, and with the hand of Ferdinand's daughter, 394.
-, -, league of the Italian powers with Charles for the defence of (alluded), 298.
-, -, Span, infantry not to be quartered at, 352–4.
-, -, -, for soldiers, wherever they go, waste the country, and it would not do for the Milanese to be ruined by the Imperialists, ibid.
-, -, in case of Francis refusing the investiture of, for his son Charles on certain stipulated conditions, the Infante Dom Luiz of Portugal to be appointed on his marriage with princess Mary of England, 492, 505, 525.
-, -, -, and a league to be made with the Pope and the Venetians for its defence, ibid.
-, -, -, should this arrangement not suit them the investiture of, to be conferred on the son of the du. of Savoy, 492.
-, city, with Pavia and Cremona, to be held by the Emp. as security in case of the investiture of the duchy being granted to Angoulême, 326–7.
-, -, set of armour from, sent to Charles (Nov. 1537), 382.
-, -, treasury of, 394.
-, -, the dowry of the duchess (Margaret) to be consigned on the, ibid.
-, -, abp. of, v. Este (Ippolito d').
-, -, bankers of, 200, 294.
-, -, chancellor of, v. Caracciolo.
-, -, sec. of, 295.
Mingoval (Charles de), sieur de Lannois, du. de Sulmona, viceroy of Naples (d. 1527), alluded, 313 note.
-, Ms son Charles, second prince of Sulmona, 65 note.
-, (Ercole), nephew or natural son of Lannois, ibid.
-, (Philip), second prince of Sulmona, at Villafranca di Nizza, 542.
Mirandola (La), town of Modena, French doings with regard to, and the usurper of, 159.
-, Francis about to purchase, 326.
-, the co. (Galeotto Pico) unwilling to part with it, ibid.
-, castle of La, to be restored to the son of the last co. della Concordia, to whom it belongs, 404.
Modena, differences about, between Hercole d'Este and Paul, 473.
-, abp. of, v. Morone.
Modica, co. of, v Enriquez de Cabrera (Luis).
Molens, v. Moulins.
Molières, town of France, dep. Tarn et Garonne, 369 note.
-, sieur de, ibid.
-, lett. addressed to (1537), 158.
Molieri (?), v. Molières.
Molins, v. Moulins.
Molo, sea-port in the territory of Lucca; pope Paul landing at (July 1538), 355.
Monaco, in Italy, 405, 449, 469, 548.
-, Span, garrison of, 62.
-, the Emp. Charles refuses to take possession of, 179.
-, lord of, v. Grimaldo.
Moncada, du. of Montalto, servant of, takes despatches to the Emp. (Nov. 1536), 286.
Monçon (Monzon), town of Aragon, Cortes or Estates General of (1537), 361, 364, 369, 372, 378–9, 417, 583.
-, the Emp. at (1537), 361 note, 391, 582.
-, letts. dated from, 116–7, 170.
Monego, v. Monaco.
Money, much wanted for Charles' campaign in France, 201, 357.
-, -, a most usurious interest being paid for the small loan raised in Flanders, 239.
-, promise of, to be advanced by Henry to Charles in case of alliance against France being concluded (Sept. 1536), 242.
-, very much wanted for the Emp.'s armaments in 1536, 201.
-, borrowed by Cifuentes at Rome for the same purpose, 297.
-, on bills payable at Naples, ibid.
-, -, rate of interest paid for being 67 o/o, ibid.
-, -, or at Milan, on the same interest, ibid.
-, large sums of, being owed by Francis to Henry for arrears of pension, and so forth, 256, 432.
-, assistance in, and men to be claimed from the Venetians in case of Francis coming to Italy, as stipulated by the treaty of League, 353.
-, fears of its being wasted by Charles' unruly soldiery, 354.
Monferrato, Montferrato, marquisate of, suit pending on the, 277.
-, pretenders to, the dukes of Mantua and Savoy and the marq. of Saluzzo, ibid.
-, adjudicated by sentence to Frederico Gonzaga, du. of Mantua, 495.
-, (Anna di), marq. de Saluzzo, 575.
-, (Iolanda di), ibid.
-, (Joanna di), ibid.
Monmelian (Montmeillan), in Savoy, 71.
-, taken by the French, 252.
Monreale, archbishopric of, given to card. Farnese, 291.
Montagu, Montague, Mr. de (Henry Pole, Lond.), 83, 106, 511.
-, dining at Chapuys', 81.
-, brothers of, v. Pole (Sir Geofrey or Reginald).
-, should the Princess marry in England, she will never take any other husband but Reginald Pole or his brother the son of, 199.
Montalto, du. of, v. Moncada.
Montauban (dep. Tarn et Garonne, France), 369.
Montbell (Francisca de), du. of Sulmona, widow of Charles de Lannoy, 64–5, 330.
Montbelliard in Burgundy (dep. Doubs, France), mortgaged to Francis, 115.
Montbrisson in the Forcz (France), 570.
-, lett. dated from, 50.
Montejean, French officer, taken prisoner at Brignolles, 237, 251, 297.
Montesa (?) Chapuys' secretary, still in Brussels (Jan. 1536), 10–1.
-, returns to London, 26.
-, sent with messages to Cromwell, 16, 18, 132, 236.
-, -, to Italy, to announce Anne Boleyn's trial and sentence (14 July), 205.
Montfalconet, Mons. de, Imp. officer, 265.
Montian, v. Montejean.
Montmorency (Anne de), Grand Master and High Constable of France, 111, 172, 232, 274, 289, 305, 317, 382, 418, 453–4, 460–1, 485, 544–5, 557, 564.
-, -, in Languedoc, 305.
-, -, in command of the French forces in Picardy, 370.
-, -, on his return, to take that of Francis' Italian army, ibid.
-, -, his dissensions with Brion-Chabot, 152.
-, -, at Nice for the interview, 484, 540–1, 544–5.
-, -, letter to card. Pole, 221.
-, -, sec. of, v. Surennes.
Montpellier, king Francis at (Feb. 1538), 432, 442.
Morone, abp. of Modena, instructions to (Oct. 24, 1536), 112.
Mosquera de Molina (Juan), sent by the Emperor with orders to prince Doria and to the marq. del Gasto (June 1537), 366–9.
-, instructions to, 156.
Mota (card. Aleandro di), abp. of Brindisi, sent to Vicenza for the General Council, 458.
Moors, Moriscos, newly converted (christianos nuevos), 319, 529 note.
-, the Spanish, who have taken refuge in Portugal to be imprisoned and punished, 319.
Moulins (dep. Allier, France), Francis going to (June 1537), 366, 369, 434, 453, 474.
Muscovites, amb. of the, to the Emp. captured by Turkish corsairs on the coast of Genoa (1538), 484.
-, ransomed by Francis, ibid.
Mules, introduction of, from Portugal into Spain, 373.
Muxetula (Giovan Antonio), Imp. agent in Rome, alluded, 329–30.