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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Quin (Master), privy councillor, appointed to treat with Chapuys, 247, 266, 577; v. Coyn?
Quiñones (Fr. Francisco de), general of the Franciscans at Rome, 66 note, 304; Int. xiii.
-, -, sent as legate to Germany to negociate a peace between Ferdinand and Zapolski, 162.
Radclyffe (Robert), earl of Sussex, 171.
-, -, presents a horse to Cromwell, 82.
-, -, in a deputation to the Princess for the purpose of making her swear to the statutes of the kingdom, 182.
-, -, -, intemperate and threatening language on the occasion, ibid.
-, -, his opinion in the Privy Council respecting the successor to the crown (June 1536), 139.
-, -, mistaken for Essex, 184.
-, -, his words to k. Henry respecting Mary reported, 184.
Ramassot, the condottiere, in the mountains of Bologna; pope Paul secures his services (Feb. 1536), 64.
Rangone (co. Guido), condottiere, takes service with Francis, 119, 216–8, 231, 252–3.
-, -, ordered to quit Venetian territory, 232.
-, -, holds a meeting at La Concordia with other French partisans, 232.
-, -, raises a force of 10,000 men, ibid.
-, -, -, with which he intends attacking the Emp. at Asti, or marching on Genoa, ibid.
-, -, -, perhaps also invading Tuscany or Naples, 232.
Ras (Rhe) island, on the coast of France, the Emp.'s fleet touches at, 558.
Ratcliffe (Robert), earl of Sussex, v. Radclyffe.
Ratoneau, small island of the Mediterranean, 4 kilom. S.O. of Marseille, 481.
Rebellion in the North, exaggerated reports of the, in the North circulating at Rome (1536–7), 295–8, 309.
-, v. under Northern Counties.
Recalcatis (Ambrogio de), papal secretary, nuncio to the Emp. (1536–7), 244, 272–3, 278, 285, 289, 299, 322, 366 n, 492–3, 581.
Red Sea (Mar Rubio), the Turk fitting out a fleet in the ports of the, for the purpose of attacking the Portuguese in the E. Indies (July 1537), 373.
Renée de France, daughter of k. Louis XII., married to Hercole d'Este, du. of Ferrara, 7, 569–70.
-, -, her hand first offered to Charles V., 113.
Requiebros, meaning.of the word, 50 n.
Reynspurgh (Rheinsberg) in Prussia, diet of, 501.
Rhodes, commander of, a Frenchman, Imperial despatches intercepted by the (1536), 120.
-, sangiac or governor of, v. Barbarossa.
Richard I. of England (Heart of Lion) (1189–99), alluded, 149,228.
Richmont (Richmond), princess Mary at, (March 1538), 509.
-, du. of, v. Fitzroy.
-, duchess of, v. Howard (Mary).
Riete, Rieti, in the Roman States (Miçer Bernardo da, the lawyer, the bp.), Papal Nuncio to the Emp. (1537); Imp. agent in Florence, 143, 321, 344, 363, 374–5 n, 382–3.
-, -, wrongly called in Spanish despatches bp. Ariete or Aviete, 582–3.
Ril (Antonio de), v. Eril.
Rio (Baltazar del), bp. of Scala (1515–40), 466–7.
Rivarola, let dated from, 51.
Riviera of Genoa, 103, 259, 469.
-, Gasto to go by the, to Asti, 260.
-, German infantry in the, ibid..
Rocba Guillerma, abbey of, pawned by Alessandro de Medici, 383.
-, -, held as pledge by Mr. D'Aaarshot, ibid.
Rocheford, vise., v. Boleyn.
Rochester, bp. of, v. Fisher.
Rœulx, Mr. co. de (Ferry de Croy?) a Belgian, the Emp.'s lord High Steward (Oberst Hofmeister), 27.
-, -, a personage sent by, arrives in London for the purpose of devising means for the Princess' flight (16 Feb. 1536), 41–2.
Rojas (Da. Margarita de), wife of Lope Hurtado de Mendoza; mistress of the robes to Margaret, the dowager du. of Florence, 383,417.
Rome, the Emp. at, (Apr. 1536), 103.
-, bankers at, 200.
-, lets, dated from (1536), 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 11, 14, 18, 20, 28, 32, 34–5, 38, 44, 46, 56, 58, 62, 66–7, 80, 82, 86–7, 89–91, 96, 100, 106–7, 113, 115, 117, 120–6, 128, 184, 147, 186–7, 102–8, 198.
Romont, county of, invaded by the Swiss (March 1536), 71.
Rophense, bp., v. Rochester and Fisher.
Rosas in Catalonia, Abad de, v. Llor.
Rossi (Giov. Hieronimo), bp. of Pavia (1530–4), 363 n.
Rotellan, Rotelland, earl of, v. Rutland.
Roussillon, Francis determines to invade Spain by the, 133, 135, 366–7.
-, to be guarded against French attacks, 133, 352, 357.
Rovere (Francesco Maria della), fourth du. of Urbino (1508–38), 52, 103, 471, 473, 568.
-, -, in command of the Imp. army in Lombardy, 286.
-, -, amb. of, in Venice, 471.
-, -, communicates with Lope de Soria, ibid.
-, (Guidobaldo), du. of Camarino (1538–74), 52, 103, 286, 471, 539, 569.
-, -, at Villafranca di Nizza, 542.
Ruiz de Figueroa (D. Gomez), amb. of the Catholic sovereigns in Genoa (1506), 583.
Rutland (Thomas Manners, earl of), 279,387.
Rye (Gerard de), baron de Valancon, 114, 570.