Index: N, O

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'Index: N, O', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 5 Part 2, 1536-1538, (London, 1888), pp. 639-641. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/spain/vol5/no2/pp639-641 [accessed 25 June 2024].

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N.

Najara (Nájera, Naxara), town of Rioja (Spain), 546.

-, du. of, v. Manrique de Lara.

Nancy (dep. Meurthe), Francis goes to (Feb. 1536), 36.

Naples (Napoli, Nápoles), kingdom of, 92, 386, 555.

-, Lautrec's expedition to the, alluded, 114.

-, annual census of, payable to the Holy See, 293.

-, city, the Emp.'s reception at (Nov. 1535), 4.

-, his stay there from Nov. 1535 to Apr. 1536, 35 note, 45, 52, 92, 312.

-, Katharine's funeral celebrated at, 47.

-, card. Cesarino's commission to the Emp. at, 322.

-, tribunals and councils, v. Collaterale, Santa Chiara, Summaria, Vicaria.

-, bankers of, 200.

-, viceroy of, v. Toledo.

-, treasury of, 361.

-, cardinal of, v. San Severino.

-, admiral of, v. Cardona.

-, letts. dated from, 157, 227.

Narbonne, should Francis send an army to, the frontiers of Roussillon and Catalonia to be guarded, 352, 356–8.

-, interview at, between Charles and Francis spoken of, 377, 418, 420, 431, 452, 531.

Nassau (co. Henri de), marq. de Zenete, 113, 584.

-, -, on a mission to France, 133.

-, -, to command the Imperialists in Flanders and the Low Countries, 196, 242.

-, -, invades Picardy, 211, 369–70.

-, -, retreats, 263.

-, -, to Clèves to negotiate a marriage for the dowager du. of Milan, 430.

-, -, lett. to the sieur de Molières (July 1537), 158.

Nava (Joan de), servant of queen Eleanor (1536), going to Portugal, 68.

Navarre, kingdom of, 406.

-, military preparations for the defence of the, 33, 48–50, 113–4.

-, pretender to, v. Albret (Henri d').

-, to be invaded by the French, 113, 366–9, 371.

-, Francis pretending to excuse his intended invasion of, by the declaration made at Calais in 1535, 197.

-, viceroy of, v. Cueva (Beltran de la).

-, (Catarina, Catalina), q. of Navarre (1483–512),

-, (Jean), k. of, v. Albret (Jean d') (1483–512), 541.

-, (Marguerite de), v. Margaret of France.

Necklace, gold, with a cross, brought from Spain by q. Katharine, and bequeathed to her daughter Mary, 16.

-, -, with a piece of lignum Crucis, ibid.

-, k. Henry sends for it, ibid.

Nemours du. de, v. Savoy (Philip of).

Neptuno in Naples, 65.

Neville (George), lord Avergavenny, 570.

New Spain, fleet of, 200, 318.

-, v. Mexico.

Nicanto Niacusan (?), a Milanese, about to be sent by Francis on a mission to the du. of Urbino (1538), 472.

Nimegue (Nimweghen), burgomaster of, comes to England on a mission from the du. of Gueldres; goes back without obtaining the object for which they came, 35.

Nixe (Richard), bp. of Norwich, his personal property sequestered, and granted to the earl of Wiltshire (April 1536), 102.

Nizza, 286, 345, 420, 437, 458, 534–5, 541.

-, belonging to the house of Savoy, 120, 177, 200, 534.

-, mortgaged to k. Louis XII. of France, 26.

-, castle of, to receive an Imp. garrison and be placed at the disposal of the Pope, 354, 360, 448.

-, the du. of Savoy refuses to give it up, 460.

-, interview at, of Pope Paul, the Emp. and k. Francis proposed, 451, 459, 462.

-, -, Henry's displeasure at it, 520.

-, -, effected, 518, 525.

-, monastery of St. Francis outside of, 538.

-, -, Paul takes up his abode there, owing to the du. of Savoy refusing to receive him within the citadel, ibid.

-, Venice sends ambs. to the conferences of,

-, the inhabitants of, rise in arms against the Spaniards of the Emperor's escort, 542.

-, -, one of the Emperor's lacqueys wounded, ibid.

-, -, diary of the interview, 206, 226.

-, -, lets, from, 101.

Nogent-sur-Seine, town of France (Aube), lets, dated at, 221–2.

Normandy, duchy of, three great "galeasses" and three "galleons," besides a warship of the French in the ports of, 135.

-, the duchy of, and that of Guienne claimed by Henry as having once belonged to his crown, 228.

-, -, the Emp. not to make truce with France until the k. of England recovers the duchies, 242.

-, estimated revenue of, 242.

Norfolk, county of, 268.

-, du. of, v. Howard.

-, duchess of, v. Stafford (Elizabeth).

-, dow. duchess of, v. Tylney (Agnes).

Norris (Henry), the King's groom-in-waiting, esquire for the body, implicated in Anne Boleyn's trial, and executed, 107–8, 121, 125, 128, 134–6, 195, 198.

Nortambellan, v. Northumberland.

Northern counties, the rising in the, more serious than the last, 267–8, 276, 279.

-, a deputation sent to London by the rebels, 276, 299.

-, the abp. of York and lord Darcy said to be with the rebels, 279.

-, -, who refuse to pay the service voted by the last Parliament, 267, 279, 300.

-, -, their chief demand being the reformation of Henry's Privy Council and Cromwell's head, 268.

-, -, that the abbeys and monasteries be not pulled down, 279, 300.

-, -, princess Katharine's marriage be declared legitimate, 300.

-, -, and the wrongs of the Princess, her daughter, redressed, 279, 300.

-, -, this they would have insisted upon, had they not been afraid of some bodily harm been done to her, 390.

-, k. Henry lamenting before his daughter, the Princess, the large sums of money which the rebellion has already costed him (Oct.—Nov. 1536), 282.

-, the property confiscated from the du. of Buckingham restored to his family, 279.

-, the rebels will not insist on this last and other demands if the K. grants some of them, ibid.

-, -, most of the nobility and gentry in Yorkshire signing a petition to the effect, 280.

-, another county (bordering on Yorkshire joins the rebellion of the, 280–1.

-, send a deputation to London, ibid.

-, the King's answer to the deputies, ibid.

-, -, if they persist in their demands and do not put down their arms he will march against them in person, 283.

-, king Francis promises his help to put down the rebellion in the, 280.

-, the rebels in, wanting money, ibid.

-, if the Pope will only consent to send Pole to England, the rebellion in the, is sure to increase, ibid.

-, -, especially if a band of hack-butiers crosses over from Flanders, ibid.

-, -, that being the arm the insurgents want most, ibid.

-, exaggerated reports of the rebellion in the, reach Rome, 297–8.

-, pope Paul decides to help the rebels in, 298.

-, Silva instructed by the Emp. not to press him too much on that score, ibid.

Northumberland (Henry Percy) 18th earl of, warden of the East and Middle Marches, 186,199.

Norwege, kingdom of, 61, 504.

Norwich, bp. of, v. Nixe.

Novara, Pier Luigi Farnese asks for the possession of (June 1537), 363–4.

-, -, which the Emp. grants him (March 1538), 454, 458.

Nuncios, papal, two, to receive the Emp. at Naples, 9, v. Cesarino and Sena.

-, papal, at the French court (Feb. 1536), 36, 63, 223, 285, 521.

-, at the Imperial, 63, 234, 285, 434–6, 457–60.

-, in Austria, at Ferdinand's court, 344.

-, in Venice, 217.

Nuremberg, diet of, 59.

-, peace made at, 350.

O.

Obouston, v. Weston.

Observant Friars of St. Vincent, Katharine's bequest to the, 16.

-, -, not complied with, 17.

Octinton, v. Huntingdon.

Odet de Selve (Jean), first pres. of the "Parliament" of Paris, French amb. in Rome (1535), 325.

Oloron (dep. Basses-Pyrenees, France), Henri d'Albret at (Apr. 1538), 462, 464–5, 467.

Orcades, v. Orkney Islands.

Orders, military, papal bulls for the, 458.

-, masterships of the, 231.

-, religious, v. Franciscans, Observants, &c.

Ordnance, French, 32 pieces of, sent to Piedmont, 111.

-, fifteen of that of Lyons to Marseilles (June 1536), 136.

-, Imperial, that cast at Genoa to be sent to Nizza (Oct. 1537), 382.

-, English, 80 pieces of, got ready against the rebels of the North, 276.

Orkney Islands, James back in Edinburg from his voyage to the (Aug. 1536), 237, 260.

Orleans (Charles d'), father of Francis I., 177 n.

-, (Lonis), du. de Longueville, 117 n.

-, du. of, v Valois (Henri d', and Charles).

-, duchess of, v. Medici (Caterina de').

-, Longueville (Charlotte), daughter of Louis, du. of Longueville (1512–49), married to Philippe de Savoie, du. De Nemours, 177 n.

Orsini, faction of the, opposed to the Colonna, to be temporised with, 292.

Orsino, v. Ursino.

Ortenburg, co., German commander, 355, 368.

Ortiz (Dr. Pedro), Imp. agent at Rome, 7, 8, 66, 134, 298 n.

-, -, lets, to the Emperor, 62, 96, 100.

-, -, to the Empress, 1, 5, 6, 35, 38, 58, 91, 115, 121, 124.

-, -, to Vazquez de Molina, 7, 11, 66–7.

-, -, to queen Katharine, 2.

-, -, from Chapuys to, 4.

Orton, sieur d'Arbois, appointed to accompany Diego de Mendoza in his embassy to England, 342, 582.

-, -, instructions to, 140, Int. xi.

Otterburn (Sir Adam), Scotch amb. in England (1535–7), 24.

Oxford, earl of, v. Vere.