Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 6 Part 1, 1538-1542. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1890.
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Aarschot, du. of, v. Croy (Philippe de).
-, the destruction of, and churches going on (JulyAug. 1538), 13, 31, 77.
-, part of the property of the, and monasteries to be employed to make a dower for Mary in case of her marrying the prince of Portugal, 65.
Abel, Abell (Dr. Thomas), Katharine's chaplain, executed (June 1540), 542.
Aberdeen, in Scotland, bp. of, v. Stewart.
Abruzzi (Naples), Span. infantry in the, (Apr. 1540), 228.
-, -, Pope Paul wishing to take into his pay the, for the purpose of attacking the Perugians, ibid.
Acerra, episcopal town of Naples, 58.
Acherra, v. Acerra.
Acosta (Pedro Alvarez), bp. of Osma (153963), 453.
-, the receptors of his bpric. do not pay regularly Chapuys' pension, ibid.
Acua, licdo, keeper of the Archives, 242.
Adhemar de Monteil (Louis d'), co. de Grignan, French amb. in Rome (1538), 198.
-, a wise and discreet diplomatist, 57.
-, his conversation with the Imp. amb., marq. de Aguilar (Nov. 1538), 579.
Admiral, lord High, of England, v. Fitz William, and Russel.
-, of France, v. Brion-Chabot.
-, of Castille in Spain, v. Enriquez de Cabrera.
-, vice, of England (Jan. 1541), 304.
Admiralty, 304, 306.
-, judge of the, 304, 306.
-, the term fixed in the, having already expired, 141.
-, the resolution of the, not officially communicated to k. Henry, nor to the Emp., 141.
-, -, and, therefore, k. Henry has had no time to excuse himself, ibid.
-, -, hence the Emp.'s vague answer to card Pole's application, ibid.
Adriatic Sea, the Venetians arming in the, 166, 168.
Africa, coast of, 148, 193, 275, 455 n.
-, importation of arms from Spain into, 148.
-, Charles embarcation for the (Sept. 1541), 36970, 377, 407, 438.
-, expedition to, mentioned, 432, 4478.
-, retreat from, 413.
-, v. also under Algiers.
Agde (dep. Herault, France), bp. of, v. La Guiche (Claude de.).
Aghilara d', v. Aguilar.
Agua Morta, Aguas Muertas, v. Aigues Mortes.
Aguila (Aquila), bp. of, n. Sancho.
Aguilar, marq. de or d', v. Manrique.
Aguilon (D. Juan de), taken prisoner at Avignon, 426.
Aguirre (Domingo de), 243.
-, (Juan de), 274.
Aias Bash, v. Ays.
Aigues Mortes, the interview at (Ju. 1538), 5, 6, 13, 15, 17, 24, 28, 30, 69, 71, 79, 85, 101, 112, 177, 181, 204 n., Int. vi.
-, a gentleman of k. Francis' chamber sent to Rome to announce the truce made at (Sept. 1538), 15.
-, another to England and Scotland, after visiting q. Mary of Hungary in the Low Countries, 16.
Alaba y Beamont (D. Frances de), Span. commander in the Roussillon, 278.
Alarcon (Hernando de), marq. de la Val Siciliana, 56, 221.
Alba, du. of, v. Alvarez de Toledo.
-, Julia, bp. of, v. Statilius.
Albardin, v. Aberdeen.
Albart (?), the daughter of Mme., and niece of the Grand Squire, k. Henry said to have taken a fancy to (Feb. 1542), 468, 552.
Albertino (Dr. Gilberto), 56.
Albion (Juan de), gov. of Perpignan, 278.
Albret (Antoine d'), natural son of Jean, k. consort of Navarre, 248, Add. and Cor. 544; v. also Cruz.
-, (Catnarine d'), last q. of Navarre (14831512), 248 n., 544.
-, (Henri I. d'), titular k. of Navarre, son of Catharine, 344.
-, (Henri II. d'), titular k. of Navarre, 103, 105, 214, 261, 345 n., 413 n., 529, 544.
-, -, his overtures to the Imp. amb. in France, 104, 2767.
-, -, agent of, v. Azcarren and Ezcurren.
-, (Jean d'), k. consort of Navarre by his marriage to Catharine, 248 n., 544.
-, (Jeanne d'), dau. of Henri II. and Margaret de Valois; well made and pretty, 12.
-, -, her mother, a sister of k. Francis, wishing her to marry some prince of the house of Austria, ibid.
-, -, -, such as Philip, the Emp.'s son, 13, 241.
-, -, -, or else Maximilian, the son of Ferdinand, k. of the Romans, 13.
-, -, secretly married to the du. of Clves (15 July 1546), 345, 529, Int. viii.
-, -, her marriage annulled by the Pope, 548.
-, -, ultimately married to Antoine de Bourbon, du. de Vendme, 345.
-, (Marguerite d'), wife of Henri d'Albret, v. under Margaret de Navarre, and Margaret de Valois.
Alburquerque, du. of, v. Cueva.
Alcantara, in Extremadura, Spain, military order of, 123.
-, high commander of, v. Cueva (Pedro de la).
Alder wood, the charcoal of the, used in smoking and preparing herrings. The people of Dunkerke applying for permission to export it from England, 334.
Aleandro di Motta, card. of Brindisi (Brundusino), 152472, Papal Nuncio to Ferdinand, k. of the Romans, 516 n., 527.
-, Pope Paul's instructions to, 2556.
Aleixo, v. Alexo.
Alenon, duchy of, chancellor of the, v. Brinon.
-, (Mme. d', Franoise d'), widow of the du. de Longueville; marries Charles de Bourbon, du. de Vendme, Add. and Cor. 529.
-, (Charles IV., du. d'), 529.
-, (Catherine d'), abbess of Soissons, ibid.
-, (Eleanor d'), abbess of Fontegrant, ibid.
-, (Rene d'), abbess of Chelles, ibid.
Alessandria (Alexandria) in Egypt, 8.
-, a vessel from, commanded by a Spaniard, anchors at Venice (July 1541), 339.
-, the coast of, badly provided with artillery and men, ibid.
-, attacked by the Portuguese, ibid.
Alexo, v. Meneses.
Alghero, in Sardinia, the Emp. lands at (Sept.Oct. 1541), 372.
Algiers, in Africa, 233, 495.
-, the undertaking on, mentioned, 14.
-, -, resolved upon, 354, 369, 386, 388, 404.
-, preparations for the expedition to, 106, 354, 523.
-, powder, ammunition, and stores for, 220.
-, transports for the troops to be procured abroad, 108, 220.
-, -, those from Andalusia having scarcely any artillery on board, 220.
-, -, those of other provinces of Spain not yet forthcoming, 221.
-, -, nor had those of Portugal arrived in January 1540, ibid.
-, much difference of opinion prevailing in the Span. Council as to the expedition to, 361.
-, -, some thinking that owing to the state of affairs in Hungary the Emp. ought to remain in Europe, and wait for a better opportunity (Sept. 1541), ibid.
-, 80 Turkish galleys sailing in the direction of (Nov. 1541), 396.
-, the Emp. to command the army in person, 404.
-, -, said to be greatly disappointed about his intended expedition to (Aug. 1541), 354.
-, foreign sailors to be pressed to serve on board the Imp. fleet, 130.
-, -, those of Flanders and the Low Countries having deserted, an embargo on Engl. merchant ships is ordered, ibid.
-, -, k. Henry resenting the measure and complaining of it to Chapuys, 438.
-, -, suspecting the armament of the Imp. fleet not to be destined against the Turk but against England, ibid.
-, news published in London of the expedition to, having been quite successful (Dec. 1541), 407.
-, -, turns out to be false, 411, 420, 4223, 426, 4468.
-, Span, and German infantry landing in Italy from (Dec. 1541), 415.
-, the failure of the expedition to, attributed by Henry to the Spaniards, 4389.
-, -, chiefly to the want of experienced sailors, ibid.
-, -, k. Henry apparently showing regret at it, 446, 448, 480.
-, -, having on more than one occasion warned the Emp. against its dangers, 446.
-, the Cortes of Castille will no doubt urge the Emp. to repeat his attempt on, ibid.
-, -, if so (said Henry), the advice is bad; he ought never to return thither, ibid.
-, causes and reasons assigned by k. Francis for the Emp.'s expedition to, in Sept. 1541, 456.
-, an inconsiderate and rash enterprise, said k. Henry to amb. Chapuys, 452.
-, -, which no doubt had been planned and carried into effect without Granvelle's approval or advice, ibid.
Alguer, in Sardinia, v. Alghero.
Aliaporte, a port of England; most likely a corruption of Newport, q. v.
-, two Biscayan "zabras" boarded and plundered by French corsairs at (Sept. 1540), 270.
Allebrecht, Mme. d', the du. of Norfolk sending his commendations to (March 1542), 478; v. Albret (Margaret).
Almaguer (?) to be appointed to a place in the Finances of Spain (Aug. 1540), 244.
Alonso (Martin), Imperial agent in Rome; arrival of (19 June 1541), 353, 526; v. Rios.
Alps, the, 117.
Altamura, in Naples, to be purchased for Margaret of Austria's dowry, 160, 291, 406.
Alvarez Acosta, 453; v. Acosta (?).
-, de Toledo (D. Fadrique) second du. of Alba, 212 n.
-, (D. Fernando), third du. of Alba, 212 n, 267, 372.
-, -, Spanish galleys under, unable to join the African expedition (1541), 377.
-, du. of, v. Piccolomini.
-, bp. of, v. Sfondrato.
-, v. Malfi and Melphi.
-, Austrian, to Rome, v. Buonacorso, Lasso de Castilla, Sanchez.
-, -, to the Turk, v. Lasco, Noguerol.
-, -, in Spain, v. Salinas (Martin de).
-, -, to Rome, v. Buonacorso di Grino and Lasso de Castilla.
-, -, to Venice, v, Sanchez (Alonso).
-, Bavarian, to Rome:
-, -, an agent from the dukes of Bavaria with overtures about the Council, 138.
-, -, -, to get an answer before the Pope's departure for Bologna, 389.
-, -, of the du. of Clves in England (153941), invited to be present at Catharine Howard's trial, 408.
-, -, -, messages and lets. of the German princes to, 4712, Int. xv.
-, -, in France (Sept. 1540); commissioned to raise troops for k. Francis in Germany, 261.
-, Danish, to the court of France. The new k. of Denmark [Frederic II.] sends his, to k. Francis (Aug. 1538), 7.
-, English, to Clves, v. Clerk (Dr.).
-, -, to Flanders and the Low Countries, 312, 52; v. Browne, Carne, Hutton, Vaughan, Wriothesly.
-, -, still negociating about the proposed marriages of k. Henry and the do. du. of Milan; Dom Luyz of Portugal and princess Mary, 6972, 7987.
-, -, -, about a treaty of commerce, 957, 200, 34950, 354, 366.
-, -, two sent in June 1541 to adjust certain differences in matters of trade, 333, 350, 366; v. Carne and Vaughan.
-, -, still in Brussels (Nov. 1541), 379.
-, -, recalled (Jan. 1542), 457, 464.
-, -, one, who had been once Henry's, in Brussels, introduces Chapuys to the K. (Dec. 1540), 296.
-, -, draw up a memorandum respecting the proposed marriage of k. Henry with the do. du. of Milan, Christina of Denmark, 8.
-, -, to the court of France:
-, -, from Feb. 1533 to March 1541, v. Wallop (Sir John).
-, -, in 1538, v. Gardiner (Stephen).
-, -, in 1538, v. Bryant (Sir Francis).
-, -, till Dec. 1541, v. Howard (lord William).
-, -, v. Pate (Richard?).
-, -, in 1541, v. Knyvet (Sir Henry).
-, -, to the Imp. Court in Spain or in Flanders, v. Wyatt, Gardiner, Pate, Wallop, Knyvet, Boner.
-, -, to the Emp. One (Sir Henry Knyvet?) attending the expedition to Algiers, said to have lost his jewels there, 431.
-, -, -, k. Henry questioning Chapuys thereupon, ibid.
-, -, one, Philip Hobin, takes a friendly message of advice from Henry to the Emp., 437, 494.
-, -, -, had he listened to it his affairs would not have been in so much danger, ibid.
-, -, to Scotland. One, a gentleman from the North of England, sent to k. James, Int. xvii.
-, -, a prisoner in the Tower (Jan. 1541), ibid.
-, -, in Venice, v. Gioachino and Harvel.
-, -, in Vienna, one resident; instructed to answer the k. of the Romans' application for money to resist the Turkish aggression (Aug. 1541), 349.
-, -, from Ferrara to Rome (Feb. 1539), negociating about Modena, 1078.
-, Florentine, in Rome, 2889, 2901, 415.
-, -, lets. to the du. Cosmo, 138.
-, -, in Spain, v. Cherubino.
-, French, to Denmark. K. Francis delighted with the success of his ambassador's negociations in (15412), 464; v. Richer (Cristophe).
-, -, to England. A gentleman of k. Francis' chamber sent to announce the truce of Aigues-Mortes (Aug. 1538), 16.
-, -, goes to Court accompanied by Castillon, ibid.
-, -, to proceed afterwards to Scotland for the same purpose, ibid.
-, -, (from July 1538 to March 1539), 156, 25, 2731, 37 n., 101, 529; v. Perreau.
-, -, succeeds Dinteville (Nov. 1533), Int. iv.
-, -, in England a second time (1537), Int. v n.
-, -, makes his excuses to Chapuys for not attending the public rejoicings for the truce, 15.
-, -, takes leave conjointly with the Imperial (1539), 142, Int. iv.
-, -, a gentleman from Provence sent to ask for a safe conduct for certain knights of Rhodes (Jan. 1541), 309.
-, -, another (co. de Tes) to visit Henry after his recovery from illness (March 1541), 314.
-, -, a gentleman of Francis' Chamber sent to inquire from k. Henry the reason of his reinforcing the garrisons of Calais and Guisnes, 322.
-, -, to Germany. Those sent thither by k. Francis have achieved little or nothing (June 1539), 159.
-, -, one of them, a bp. (Bellay), who had been previously French amb. at Rome, the most wicked and worst minded man he had ever known (said the Pope), 160.
-, -, card. Tournon and the bp. of Soissons about to be sent to the Separatists of Germany to persuade them to return to the obedience of the Church (Dec. 1538), 102; v. Longuejoue and Tournon.
-, -, to k. John of Hungary (15389). A gentleman of Francis' Chamber, 102.
-, -, accused by the Imp. amb. of having acted against orders, and to the Emp.'s prejudice, 103.
-, -, to the Imp. Court. Francis about to send one to the Emp. to complain of the du. of Savoy (Aug. 1538), 12.
-, -, two more, in July 1541, to remonstrate against Fragoso and Rincon's disappearance in the State of Milan, 321; v. Velly and Dodieu.
-, -, to Flanders and the Low Countries, v. Brion-Chabot, Coucy.
-, -, to Portugal. One in Oct. 1540, to ask k. Joa to send his niece, the Infanta [Maria] to Francis, 280.
-, -, -, as her mother, q. Eleanor, wishes her to be near her person, ibid; v. Chastillon.
-, -, another of q. Eleauor returning from Portugal after an unsuccessful mission, 292; v. Lordres.
-, -, a French bp. (Claude de la Guiche?) sent to Evora in Portugal on a mission to k. Joa to ask for the band of the Infanta Doa Maria, 4 3.
-, -, in Rome, v. Adhemar de Monteil (Louis d'). One from the Most Christian king of France arrives (9 Nov. 1538), 56.
-, -, enters Rome in the suite of Margaret, the do. du. of Florence, ibid.
-, -, the Imp. amb. calling upon him, 57.
-, -, a wise and discreet gentleman, ibid.
-, -, informs Aguilar that k. Francis has already admonished Henry to return to the obedience of the Church, ibid.
-, -, assures the Pope that his master will help against the Turk, 91.
-, -, and is decided to follow the Emp.'s steps with regard to England, 99.
-, -, writes home in commendation of Aguilar, who (he says) is working admirably for the common cause (Jan. 1539), 105.
-, -, going back to France with a message from the Pope to k. Francis concerning the suspension of the General Council, 143.
-, -, one, a bp. of Rhodes, in France, returning from his embassy (Jan. 1539), 105; v. Armagnac (George d').
-, -, Nov. 1539 to 1542; v. Giez, Selve, L'Esleu d'Orange.
-, -, Mr. de Giez' arrival in Rome (Nov. 1539), 203, 206.
-, -, to be officially informed of the motives of Don Luis de Zuiga's mission to the Pope and to Doria, 203.
-, -, announces to Paul the marriage of k. Henry with Anne de Clves, 210.
-, -, conferring with Granvelle and Aguilar at Rome on the Fragoso incident (Nov. 1541), 3869.
-, -, accompanied by a sec. of k. Francis, who resides with him (Selve or L'Esleu?), 322, 386, 5201.
-, -, Farnese and Santa Croce attending the conferences, 3869.
-, -, recommended for a cardinal's hat, 427, 5501.
-, -, being asked to state in writing whether k. Francis considers Fragoso's case an infraction of the truce or not, declines to do so, but maintains that it is a flagrant one, 389.
-, -, two envoys of k. Francis arrive at Rome (1539), 151.
-, -, -, one of them a secretary of the High Constable, v. Orange (L'Esleu d').
-, -, -, his arrival in Rome (May 1539), 145, 151.
-, -, -, his negociations with Paul, 157, 160.
-, -, to Scotland. One, passing through London in Aug. 1538, has audience from k. Henry, 25.
-, -, -, who resents his not having been informed before hand of the object of his mission, ibid.
-, -, returns therefrom in company with Mme. de Montreuil, 28; v. Lassigny.
-, -, another of k. Francis to k. James on certain business of the du. of Guise, 412.
-, -, arrives in London (5 Dec. 1541), ibid.
-, -, leaves for Scotland without seeing the K. or the privy councillors (10 Dec), ibid.
-, -, should have gone to Scotland by sea, had he not been prevented by contrary winds, 413.
-, -, among the excuses alleged by him and by the resident amb. to conceal the object of his mission, one is that he goes to Scotland to condole with k. James for the death of the q. mother, ibid.
-, -, returns from Scotland and prepares to cross the Channel to France without calling on k. Henry (Feb. 1542), 471; v. Morvilliers.
-, -, to the Diet of Spires. Four sent by k. Francis (Feb. 1542), 476.
-, -, one of them, the chancellor of Alencon (Brinon), making a speech to. persuade the States to take up arms against the Turk, ibid.
-, -, -, but secretly implying that they ought not to go to the assistance. of Hungary, ibid.
-, -, in Switzerland; v. Bois Rigault.
-, -, to the Turk. One returning from Constantinople (1538), v. Cantelmo (Cesare).
-, -, (1539), v. Fragoso and Rincon.
-, -, (1540), one at Constantinople in March or April, endeavouring to form a league of the Turk, France, and Venice, 234.
-, -, (1541), v. Maggio and Paulin.
-, -, to Venice (1538 to Jan. 1539), v. Armagnac, bp. of Rhodes.
-, -, recalled and returning to France (Jan. 1539), 105.
-, -, to be replaced by the bp. of Montpellier, ibid.
-, -, Guillaume Pellicier, bp. of Montpellier; his arrival June 15; 166.
-, -, has audience from the Doge, ibid.
-, -, how he received the news of Fragoso's murder, 338.
-, -, his application to the Signory of Venice thereupon, 339.
-, -, dispatches a courier to Constantinople (July 1541), 340.
-, -, (Sept. 1541), his correspondence in cipher betrayed to the Imp. amb. Mendoza, 362.
-, -, to the waywode of Transylvania (John Zapoli), 13.
-, -, doing bad offices there, 103.
-, Genoese, in France, promising great things (Jan. 1542), 467.
-, Hessian, in France. The landgraf of Hesse (Philip) sends one to Francis (Aug. 1538), 7.
-, -, -, again in Aug. 1540, to promote the marriage of Jeanne d'Albret to the du. of Clves, 248.
-, -, -, and another to k. Henry, 31. Int. xii.
-, -, -, this latter for the purpose of communicating with the English prelates, ibid.
-, -, to the q. of Hungary (Jan. 1539); v. Sifriden-Lowenburg.
-, Hungarian, to Rome. One from Zapolski, the waywod of Transylvania, to Paul (Feb. 1539), 113 n., 116; v. Frangipani.
-, Imperial, in England, resident, v. Chapuys (Eustace).
-, -, extraordinary, v. Mendoza (D. Diego) and Courrires.
-, -, in France:
-, -, v. Bossu (1538), Bonvalot (Sept. 1538).
-, -, v. Peloux (1538), Manrique (Juan Fernandez).
-, -, v. Marvol (Philip).
-, -, v. Scepper (Cornelis).
-, -, in Genoa, v. Suarez de Figueroa.
-, -, in Portugal, v. Sarmiento de Mendoza.
-, -, in Switzerland, one who was once the Card's servant (?), 527.
-, -, resident in Rome, v. Aguilar.
-, -, extraordinary, Granvelle, Prat, Zuiga.
-, -, in Rome, minor agents, v. Andalot, Valenuela.
-, -, in Venice, v, Mendoza (D. Diego de) and Soria (Lope de).
-, of the Palatine du. of the Rhine (Phillip) to England, v. Goderfinger.
-, -, Papal, v. Legates and Nuncios.
-, Polish, in England. One, followed by eight or ten servants, arrives in London (2 July 1541).
-, Portuguese, in Rome, v. Silva (Miguel de).
-, -, to France. K. Joa about to send one to France (Nov. 1540), 292.
-, -, to the Emp. in Feb. 1539; 5, 110; v. Meneses.
-, from Savoy to the Emp. (1538). One from the du. Carlo induces the marq. del Gasto to write a sharp letter to Montejean, in Piedmont, 112.
-, Saxon, to France; two, apply to k. Francis for help against the Turk, 7.
-, -, ask him also not to consent to the General Council being held, ibid.
-, -, to England. Still in London with that of the landgraf of Hesse; in continual communication with the English prelates (Aug. 1538), 31.
-, Scotch, to England:
-, -, the bps. of Aberdeen, Orkney, and others, arrive in London (Dec. 1540), 458.
-, -, in frequent communication with the K. and his Privy Council, 459, 466.
-, -, go back to Scotland (Feb. 1542), 468.
-, -, to France (Dec. 1540), 302, 547; v. Campbell (Sir John).
-, -, to other courts also; the same, 302.
-, -, expected in London (Dec. 1540), 302.
-, -, to the Imp. court, for the purpose, as it is said, of asking that the Spaniards and Flemings do not come to fish in Scotch waters, 305.
-, -, arrival of, in London (Jan. 1541), ibid.
-, -, in France. One of k. James sent to the court of France (Dec. 1540), 302.
-, -, and to other courts also, ibid.
-, -, expected in London on the 25th Dec., ibid.
-, of the Republic of Siena to the Emp. at Lucca (Sept. 1541), 418.
-, -, in Spain (Jan. 1540), 217.
-, of Urbino at Rome. An agent of the du. Guidobaldo della Rovere accepting in his master's name the proposed settlement of the Camarino affair (Jan. 1539), 98, 146.
-, Venetian, in England, v. Zuccato (Hironimo).
-, -, in France. One calling frequently upon the Eng. amb., and both together treating with Francis' ministers (Aug. 1540), 179, 256.
-, -, -, for the purpose, as it is suspected, of forming a league between France, England, and Venice, ibid.
-, -, to the Imp. Court (at Toledo) (March 1539). In great intimacy with the Eng. amb., 132.
-, -, -, whose house he frequents, 133.
-, -, very suspicious and quick, and yet not so experienced of State affairs as he ought to be, ibid.
-, -, -, and slightly inclined to Papal authority, ibid.
-, -, negociating about Castilnovo and the League against the Turk, 172, 175.
-, -, to Rome, 1538, v. Contareno (Gasparo); (1539) Cornaro (Andrea).
-, -, two, the old (Contareno) and the new one (Cornaro), discoursing on the Camarino business (Apr. 1539), 146.
-, -, -, and the cession of Castilnovo to the Signory, 172.
-, -, their conferences with Paul more frequent than ever (May 1541), 322.
-, -, to the Turk. One leaving Venice for Constantinople in company with Cesare Cantelmo (1538?), 1778.
-, -, -, dies on the road thither, 179.
-, -, said to have recovered from his illness, 166.
-, -, another to follow him closely, with instructions that if a general truce cannot be obtained, at least a particular one with the Signory must be secured (June 1539), 166.
-, of the Waywode Zapoli at the court of Francis:
-, -, one residing there (Aug. 1538), 9, 13.
-, -, from the same to Rome, v. Frangipani and Statilius.
Ambers, v. Anvers and Antwerp.
Ambert (?), port of Brittany, 270.
Amboise, the incident of (Dec. 1539), 213.
-, -, the Emp.'s explanation of, in a let. to Card. Tavera, 2134.
Ambuesa, v. Amboise.
America. In consequence of one Port. caravel and another Span. ship sailing to, being robbed in the Channel by pirates, an order is issued at Chapuys' instance that no Eng. vessel be allowed to sail for Brazil or, without her commander giving a security (Jan. 1541), 304.
Amiens, in Picardy, 529.
Ampthill, in Bedfordshire, k. Henry at (Aug. 1538), 16.
-, Chapuys and Castillon going together to, 17.
Ampurias (Emporias), in Catalonia; bpric. and bp. of, 267; v. Atteca.
Amsterdam, Add. and Cor. 543.
Anatolia, the Turks of, 114.
Ancona, in the States of the Church, a vigilant eye to be kept on (June 1539), 163.
Andalot (Jean d'), the Emp.'s equerry (Apr. 1538), bearer of dispatches for Italy, 132, 137, 1401, 151.
-, -, lands at Genoa (26 March 1538), 139.
-, -, arrives at Rome, 140, 279.
-, -, leaves for Venice, 139, 1401, 146.
-, -, returns to Rome with despatches, 151, 242, 2623, 268, 279.
-, -, appointed to succeed Lope Hurtado, 268.
-, -, leaves for Tiboli, where Margaret is residing (4 Sept. 1540), 263.
-, -, again in Rome (Oct.), 2734.
-, -, Paul's indignation against, 355.
-, -, and its causes, 355, 5267.
-, -, articles sent by Montepulciano to, for Hurtado's defence in the Pallavicino case, 130.
-, -, to accompany the Emp. to Algiers (Sept. 1541), 364.
-, -, let. to the marq. de Aguilar, 129.
-, scarcity of bread in (Oct. 1540), 220, 245, 276.
Andrighelli (Niccolo), bp. of Fossombrone, 421, 425, 459, 550; v. Ardinghello.
Andrinople (Adrianople), in Turkey, 209, 329.
-, the grand Turk (Solyman), hunting in the neighbourhood of (Apr. 1540), 234.
-, the Venetian ambs. at (1540), 234.
Angoulme (Mons. d'), v. Valois (Charles de.).
-, du. d', v. Francis I.
Anguiano (Dr.), Katharine's proctor at Rome, 263.
Anjou, house of, 266.
Annebaut, v. Hannebault.
Ansaldo, v. Grimaldo.
-, his bank at Genoa; Margaret's dowry to be deposited at, 144, 155.
Antoncourt, v. Hampton Court.
Anton, Anthona, v. Southampton.
Antonio, card. Farnese's sec.; leaves Toledo for Rome (July 1539), 174; v. Marcello?
Antwerp, 15, 260, 228, 240, 3212, 334, 367, 384.
-, copper and war-ammunition bought at, by k. Henry's order (153940); seized, 3468, 353, 367.
-, ship-owners of, 284.
-, the post-master of, 328.
-, let. dated from, 108.
Anvers, v. Antwerp.
Appiani (Jacopo), lord of Piombino in Tuscany (d. 1545), 525, 547.
-, (Semiramis), dau. of the preceding; wife of Loreno de' Medici, 527.
-, Acequia or canal of, 161.
-, subsidy granted by the Cortes of, to Charles for his expedition to Algiers, 447.
-, (Juana de), marq. de Pescara and Gasto, Add. and Cor. 5367.
-, (D. Enrique de), 220.
-, D. Fernando de, du. de Villahermosa, 220.
-, Katharine of, q. of England, v. Catharine.
-, (Da. Maria da), duquesa de Tagliacozzo and Pagliano, Add. and Cor. 5367.
-, vice-chancellor of, 215.
Aragonese, or natives of the kingdom of Aragou, 447.
Aragonia (Mier Juan Luis), Imp. proctor in Rome; recommended for a pension on the bprc. of Bossa, 123.
-, (Dr. Nicolao), bp. of Bossa in Sardinia, Span, auditor at the Rota of Rome, death of (March 1539), 122.
Arahal, town of Andalucia, 471.
Aranjuez, in Castille, 1867.
-, prince Philip sporting at (Nov. 1541), 377.
-, lets, dated from, 823.
Arbas, abbey of, in Navarre; to be given to Gonzalo Perez, 267, 545.
Arbois (Mons. d'), Int. i n.; v. Orton.
Archers, the King's, Int. xvi.
Archinto (Filippo), abp. of Milan, and card. (d. 1558), 56.
-, reads a poem in praise of Margaret of Austria, and Ottavio Farnese, at their nuptials (Nov. 1538), 56.
-, sends to prince Philip a set of medals, 244.
Archives, Nationaux, in Paris, Int. v.
-, of Brussels, Int. xxix.
-, of Simancas in Spain, 337, 553, Int. xxix.
-, -, plundered by the French in 180910.
-, of the Vatican at Rome, 553.
-, Imperial of Vienna, Int. xxix.
Ardinghelli (Nicolao, Niccolo), bp. of Fossombrone, first sec. and Datary to Paul III. (1541), 391, 550.
-, -, sent as Papal nuncio to France, 340, 391.
-, -, leaves Rome, 391, 396, 416.
-, -, has audience from Francis, 420.
-, -, returns to Rome (Jan. 1542), 422, 425, 459.
-, -, stops on the road for cause of illness, 428.
Ardres (dep. Pas de Calais, France), 295, 308, 323, Int. xix.
-, a rumour afloat that Henry intends erecting a fortress close to, 295, 320, 3234, 464.
-, 3,000 French pioneers working day and night at the fortifications of (June 1541), 320.
-, English and French deputies sent to the delimitation of, and Guisnes, Int. xix; v. under Biez, Howard (lord William), Sauveuse, and Seymour (Edward).
Argel, v. Algiers.
Arias de Saavedra (D. Juan), first co. de Castellar, 271 n.
Arles, abbey of, v. Arbas.
Armada, v. Fleet.
Armagnac (George d'), bp. of Rhodez in France, amb. in Venice (1537); in Rome (1538), 37.
-, -, returns from his embassy (Jan. 1539), 105.
Arms, the importation of, into Africa, complained of by the k. of Portugal (Apr. 1539), 148.
-, in Fez alone there were more spears, weapons, and implements of war of Castillian manufacture than could be made at Milan, ibid.
Aroche, town of Extremadura (Spain), the inhabitants of, at difference with those of Encinasola on matters of pasture (Sept. 1540), 269.
Arrs, in Flanders, bp. of, v. Perrenot (Antoine).
Arrimini, v. Rimini.
Artes (?) abbey of, 267, 545; v. Arbas.
Arthois (Artois), county of, 10, 238.
Artiaga (Arteaga), 2323.
-, casting of, at Barcelona, 220.
-, master of the, ibid; v. Ordnance.
Ascarren, Azcarren, a Navarrese gentleman, Henri d'Albret's agent, 103.
Asia, the Grand Turk's dominions in, 448.
Aspremont (baron d'), one of Granvelle's titles, 383 n.
Aste, v. Este.
Astenay, town of Lorraine, v. Stenay.
Astesan, the county of Asti, 281.
Asti, in Piedmont, Int. i n.
Astorga, town of Spain, 170.
-, bp. of, v. Suarez.
-, the cathedral church of, protesting against the tax of the half-fruits (Apr. 1540), 228.
Asturias, prov. of Spain, transport ships from the, to be procured for the Algiers expedition, 221.
Atteca (George d'), bp. of Ampurias, 267.
Audeley (Sir Thomas), lord chancellor, 342, 3523, 384, 541.
-, privy councillors meeting in the rooms of (Aug. 1541), 349.
-, his speech in Parliament, on q. Catharine's misdeeds (Jan. 1542), 465.
-, wife of, 334; v. Grey (Christina).
Audenarde (Oudenarde), in Flanders, birthplace of Margaret of Austria, the Emp.'s natural daughter, Int. xxiv n.
Augsburg (Augusta), 228.
-, the diet of, 170, 286.
Augmentations, court of, in London, 541.
-, jokingly called by Marillac the "Court of Diminutions," ibid.
-, chancellor or vicar of, v. Rychie.
Aumale, co. of, v. Lorraine (Claude de).
Austel, manor in Cornwall, given by k. Henry to Anne of Clves, Int. xv.
Austin Friars, convent of the, in London, 31.
-, a priest who came to England in the suit of the ambs. of the du. of Saxony, and landgraf of Hesse, preaching in, (Aug. 1538), ibid.
Austral, regions, 61.
-, towns, 62.
Australins, v. Easterlings.
Austria, the Turks about to invade, 439.
-, house of, the old ties of friendship between the, to be strengthened (said the Emp. to Chapuys in Sept. 1538), 47.
-, (George d', Jorge de), natural son of Maximilian, and uncle of Charles the Fifth; abp. of Valencia in Spain (1539), coadjutor of Lige (154457), 280.
-, -, taken prisoner in retaliation for the murder of Fragoso and Rincon, 361, 36970, 3879, 390, 397, 4214, 426, 428, 455.
-, -, said to be confined in one of Montmorency's castles (Chantilly?), 426.
-, -, at Saumur, in good health, and well treated, though under very strict vigilance, 370.
-, -, not his prisoner (said Francis), only detained until his own servants, Fragoso and Rincon, be delivered to him, 369, 380.
-, -, k. Francis refusing to release him from prison, 4045.
-, -, worse treated than ever, that he may die in prison (Nov. 1541), 4047.
-, -, the Pope to be urgently requested to interfere in favor of, 428.
-, -, to remain in confinement until Fragoso and Rincon, Francis' ambs., are set free, or their sudden disappearance is explained, 4212.
-, -, about 20 of his household servants detained in Lyons, 380.
-, -, money and jewels taken from, 523.
-, archdu. of, v. Ferdinand.
-, (Leopold of), bp. of Cordoba, 223 n.
Autremont (baron d'), v. Champagney.
Avignon, in France (dep. Vaucluse), county of, 381.
-, the castle of, said to have been promised by Pope Paul to the Emp. in exchange for other fiefs in Italy (1541), 369.
-, -, in consequence of which, k. Francis sends a force thither, 381.
-, four thousand lances of k. Francis encamped at (Nov. 1541), 369, 381.
-, -, as the people will not let them enter their town, 381.
-, Francis gets final possession of, 441.
-, -, not to be blamed for it, considering the suspicious people found inside, ibid.
-, Spaniards taken prisoners at, 380, 421, 426, 428.
-, the town and castle of, had always belonged to France (said k. Henry to Chapuys), ibid.
-, Papal Legate at, v. Salviati.
-, the Pope's vice-legate at, 426; v. Campeggio (Alessandro).
Avila (D. Pedro de), recommended for a post in the Finances of Spain, 245.
-, y Zuiga (D. Luis de), on a mission of the Emp.'s to Italy, 192, 2034, 2067, 20910, 215 n., 2179, 2246, 263, Int. xxvii.
-, -, presents his credentials to the Pope, 204, 200.
-, -, instructions to (Oct. 1539), 88.
-, -, secret ditto, 89.
Avion, v. Avignon.
Ays Bash, Solyman's grand vizier, 117.
-, -, his answer to the Venetian amb. concerning the proposed truce (1539), 1623, 171, 176, 178.
Azcarren (Mr. d'), agent of Henri II., d' Albret, titular k. of Navarre, 248.
-, his negociations with the Imp. amb. in France (1540), 2489, 257.
-, supposed to be the same as Ezcurren, 544.
Azevedo family. The "adelantamiento" or frontier captainship of Cazorla, hereditary in the, 374 n.