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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Badajoz. in Extremadura, bps. of, v. Sarmiento de Mendoza, and Suarez.
Baeça, Baeza, (Alonso de,) treasurer, 262.
Bagdad, in the Irac (Asia); the Persians marching on (1538), 9, 293.
Baglione (Ridolfo, Rodolpho), of Perugia; marches on Cortona with the "fuorusciti" of Perugia, 229, 288.
-, suspected by the Pope of favoring the rebellion of the Perugians, 289.
Balass (balax), the spinel ruby. One diamond and a, worth 11,000 due, presented by Pope Paul to Margaret, the do. du. of Florence, the day of her marriage, 56.
Balearic islands, in the Mediterranean, 407 n.
Balia (bailiwick), of Siena, 407 n., 423, 460.
-, to be composed in future of 40 citizens instead of 20, 417, 423.
-, eight of whom, two for each Monte, are to be appointed by the Emp., ibid.
Ballon, v. Baglione.
Bandini (Francesco), abp. of Siena (1529–88), 424.
Bandome, v. Vendôme.
Bar (Barrois, Bar-le-duc), du. of, v. Lorraine (François de).
-, duchess of, v. Christitm of Denmark, 349, 436.
Barba (Bernardino), bp. of Puzzuolo, 290.
Barbarossa, Barbarroja, Barbarroxa, Babá Aróx, "the renegade," Turkish corsair, admiral of Solyman's fleet, 228–35.
-, against the Venetians (1538), 9.
-, defeated with heavy loss at Candia, ibid.
-, secretly negociating with the Venetians (Dec. 1539), 91.
-, his formidable fleet (July 1539), 172, 174, 184.
-, sailing for Gallipoli (June 1539), 166.
-, -, there to join the Turkish fleet, and undertake Castilnovo, ibid.
-, doing much harm in the territory of the Venetians, 209.
-, treating with Gallego and others, 209, 211, 216–7, 221–3.
-, -, and offering to desert the Turk, and come over to the Emp., provided he be allowed to take possession of Tunis, 221, 231.
-, no certainty at all of his professions being sincere (Jan. 1540), 216.
-, Doria and the viceroy of Sicily (Gonzaga), being of opinion that his proposals should be taken into consideration, 221.
-, -, whilst card. Tavera and other privy councillors advise their rejection, 222.
-, -, suspecting that he is in concert with the grand Turk, and that his offers are only a feint to gain time, ibid.
-, -, much better that he takes forcible possession of Tunis and Bona than enter into a binding agreement of any sort with, ibid.
-, Capt. Verpara's account of his visit to, (Apr. 1540), 228–35.
-, his own galleys much superior to, and better manned than those of the Grand Turk, 280.
-, -, reported to have sailed for Negroponte with 40 of his own, and 80 more of the Grand Turk, 404.
-, preparing to invade Italy (Dec. 1541), 425.
-, -, and particularly the kingdom of Naples, 428.
-, his house at Constantinople, 229.
-, his harem or "seraglio," 233–4.
-, his chief eunuch, v. Hazem-bey.
-, his son, married in Constantinople, 274.
-, his physician, v. Romero.
Barbary, the coast of, 358, 407 n.
-, two towns on the coast of, Susa and Monastir, recovered by Doria and Gonzaga (Oct. 1540), 293.
Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, 2, 3, 5, 15, 33 n., 36, 70, 79, 85, 140, 170, 204 n., 372, 382, 490.
-, let. dated from (1538), 2.
Bar-le-duc, du. of, v. Lorraine (François de).
Bari, du. of, 349; v. Christina of Denmark, du. of Milan.
Barletta, in Naples, 406.
Barnes (Dr. Robert), executed (June 1540), Add. and Cor. 542.
Baronio (Cesare); his Annales Ecclesiastici quoted, 419 n.
Barres (Mr. des), receiver-general of France, imprisoned (Sept. 1538), 14.
Basto, v. Vasto.
Bath, bp. of, v. Clerk (Dr. John).
Baue, sec. in Flanders, v. Bave.
Bavaria; forces raised in, against the Turk (1541), 371.
-, du. of v. Lewis and William.
-, (Lewis of), 138, 416.
-, (Philip of), v. Palatine.
-, (William of), (1508–50), 78 n.
-, -, his agent at Rome, 389.
Bave, see. in the Low Countries, 304, 462, 489.
Bayard, Bayart (Gilbert), French sec, 360, 509.
-, let. to Marillac, 249.
Bayonne, in France, 104.
Beamont, Beamonte, D. Frances de, v. Alava y Beamont.
Bearne (Frederico de), a Sienese, 424.
-, (Julio), his brother, ibid.
-, (Ludovico de), 423.
Beaulieu, in Scotland, prior of, v. Reid (Robert).
Beauxeu (Beaujeu?), baron de, one of Granvelle's titles, 383 n.
Bechet (Antoine); his life of card. Martinuzio (Paris, 1715), 515 n.
Beer. Should the export of hops (houblon), be forbidden, the English will be obliged to buy their, in Flanders, 325.
Belgrade, fortress of, 359, 406.
-, report in London of the Turks being already at (1538), 17.
Bellay (Guillaume du), sieur de Langeais, Gasto's message to, concerning Frageso and Rincon (July 1541), 337–8, 523–4, 532.
-, -, lieut.-gov. of Piedmont. 337 n.
-, -, his let. to amb. Mendoza, 338–9.
-, (Jean du), bp. of Bayonne (1525–9), abp. of Paris (1530), 151 n., Int. xxxi.
-, -, a cardinal's hat for the, 155.
-, -, a restless and ambitious man opposed to all public welfare, said the Emp.'s ministers to Alessandro Farnese, the Legate (July 1539), 169.
-, -, -, and, therefore, unworthy of a cardinal's hat, ibid.
-, -, once amb. at Rome (1535–6), 160.
-, -, the most wicked and worst-minded man that ever was known, wrote Aguilar to the Emp. (June 1539), 160.
-, -, sent by k. Francis to Germany, ibid.
-, (Martin de or du), brother of the preceding, French historian; quoted, 532.
Belona, Bellona, La, v. Valona.
Beltran, v. Ferrer.
Belzers, v. Welzers.
Benavente, in Spain, co. de, v. Pimentel.
-, in Italy (Benevento), 208.
Beneventanus, v. Dyonisius.
Berganza, du. de, v. Braqanza.
Benavides (D. Francisco de), at Mallorca (1541), 273.
-(D. Mendo de), ibid.
Bergenroth (Gustav), quoted, 48 n., 49 n., 78 n., 91 n., 337 n., 414 n., 530, 535, 537, 553.
Berghe (Berg), duchy of; the du. of Clèves trying to incorporate the, to his own (Oct.-Nov. 1538), 62.
Berghen (Cornelius van),bp. of Liège, (1522–44), resigns his bpric., 456 n.
Berwick, the du. of Norfolk at, Int. xviii.
Berzosa (Juan de); his collection of Papers copied from the originals in the Vatican, 520, 523, 526, 553.
Betoun (James), abp. of St. Andrews, and card. (1538–9), 145, 367.
-, cardinal's hat for (Jan. 1539), 99.
-, daily expected in France, 145.
Beures, Bevres, Mr. de, admiral of the Low Countries, v. Bourgogne.
Bible, translation of the, into English, ordered by Cromwell; condemned and prohibited (1542), 473.
Bies, v. Biez and Gies (?).
Biez (Oudard du), gov. of Boulogne (1527–44), marshal of France (1541), 464–5.
-, would not allow the Eng. commissioners returning from Ardres to Calais to pass through Boulogne (May 1541), 324.
-, appointed French commissioner for the delimitation of Ardres, Int. xix n.
Birago (Ludovico); his serjeant, 336.
-, his maitre d' hotel, ibid.
-, suspected of having betrayed Fragoso and Rincon, 337.
Biscay (Vizcaya), a prov. of Spain, one of the three Basque, 202.
-, the people of, and Guipuzcoa send a deputation to prince Philip and to the Council of Castille to obtain the revalidation of their ordinances in matters of trade and navigation (Oct. 1541), 366.
Biscayan (Vizcainos), the natives of Biscay or Vizcaya, 109, 366.
-, two Biscayan zabras, in the Channel, boarded by French corsairs (July 1538), 270.
-, ships embargoed at Lisbon for the Algiers expedition (Feb. 1539), 108.
-, -, the crews of others, in the port of Lisbon, taking part with the French in an affray between the latter and the English (Feb. 1539), 109.
Bishops, in Hungary, five appointed by k. John, 144.
-, -, confirmation of, solicited at Rome, 113, 144, 156, 170.
-, -, -, obtained, 515.
-, -, v. also Hungary.
-, in Spain, several protesting against the bull of the half-fruits (Apr. 1540), 230.
Bitello, v. Vitelli.
Blancard, Brancard, Int. xx n.; v. St. Brancard.
Blaover (?), in Brittany, 270.
Bles, v. Blois.
Blois, in France (dep. Loire et Cher), 12.
Blosio, Pope Clement's sec, 244, 544.
Bochetel, French sec, Int. ix.
Bodin (Jean), quoted, Int. xxviii n.
Bohemia, auxiliary forces from; the Turk afraid of the, 382.
-, the diet of the Catholics in, 121, 517.
-, q. of, v. Mary of Hungary.
-, hopes entertained of the Separatists of, being reduced to the pale of the Church, 517.
Bois-Rigault, sieur de, French amb. in Switzerland (1541), 359–60.
-, a gentleman from the Levant, whose name begins with the letter N., writes a let. to, ibid.
Boissot, councillor in the Low Countries; appointed Imp. commissioner to investigate the Fragoso case, 524.
Boleyn (Anne), alluded, 64–5, 356, 396, 445, 549, Int. xxxii.
-, -, her daughter, v. Elizabeth.
-, (George), earl of Rochefort, 395.
-, -, his widow, v. Parker (Jane).
-, (Thomas), earl of Wiltshire, alluded, 27, 99, Int. xxxi.
Bologna, in the Church States, 280.
-, bp.-card. of, v. Campeggio.
-, Pope Paul resolves to go to, to hold an interview with the Emp. (1541), 361.
-, -, arrives there on the 7th of Sept., ibid.
-, -, returns from, to Rome, 389.
Bona, a town of E. Africa, 173, 211–2, 274–5.
Bonacorso, Buonacorso, di Grino, Austrian internuncio (1540), 525.
Boner (Edmund), bp. of London, Eng. amb. at the court of Charles (1540–49), 452 n., 503.
-, -, appointed (March 1542), 483.
-, arrival of, and reception at Valladolid (Apr. 1542), 489.
-, explains his charge, 490–1.
Bonifacio, Bocca di, or Strait of, in Corsica, 371.
Bonvallot (François), abbot of St. Vincent, brother-in-law of Granvelle; Imp. amb. to France (1539–40), 46, 198, 201, 203, 276–7, 523.
-, -, Instructions to (1540), 108, 259.
-, -, lets, to the Emp., 77–8, 85, 92.
-, (Etiennette de), sister-in-law of Granvelle, Int. xxii n.
-, (Nicole), wife of Granvelle, ibid.
Borgho, baron del, v. Pulleo.
Borgia family, v. Borja.
Borja (card. Enrique de), son of the du. de Gandia (Juan II.), death of, 280, Add. and Cor. 535, 545.
-, (card.), brother of the preceding; designated by Paul for a place in the College of Cardinals.
-, (Juan II.) du. of Gandia, 207, 280.
Bossa, in Sardinia, 122.
-, bp. of, v. Aragonia.
Bossio (Pietro), Roman lawyer, a Fleming by birth, 263, 544.
Bossu (Mr. de), Master of the Horse (caballerizo mayor) to the Emp., 35–6, 438.
-, on a mission to France, 35.
-, -, to go thence to Rome, and to Flanders, ibid.
-, -, to freight in the latter country as many transports as he can find for the expedition to Algiers, 36.
Botolph (Sir Gregory), pensioner in Calais; sent to the Tower (May 1540), Int. xiii n.
-, executed, 154.
Bouillon, in the Luxemburg; the lordship of, claimed by Mons. de Hedan, 13.
Boulogne, in Italy, v. Bologna.
Boulogne-sur-Mer, in Picardy (France), 324.
-, French gov. of, v. Biez.
Bourbon (Antoine de), du. de Vendôme, 25, 58, 529.
-, -, proposed marriage of, to Vittoria Farnese, 58.
-, -, marries Jeanne d'Albret, Francis' niece, 345, 529.
-, (Charles de), bp. of Nevers and card. (d. 1537), 10, Add. and Cor. 529, 545.
-, (Charles) du. de Vendôme, 29, 58, 529.
Bourg (Antoine du), baron de Saillans, high chancellor of France, 381.
Bourgogne (Adolphe de), sieur de Beures, admiral in the Low Countries, 128.
Brabant, to contribute with money towards the League, 243.
Bradford (Rev. William); his "Itinerary of Charles V." quoted, 48 n., 462 n., 527 n.
Braganza (du. de), 288.
Brandanburque (Brandenburg) Joachim, marq. and elector of, 112.
Brandon (Charles), du. of Suffolk, 436, Add. and Cor. 547, Int. x.
-, his wife, 305, Add. and Cor. 547.
Brantôme (Mr. de), French historian, quoted, 532.
Brasil, Brazil, in S. America, 304.
Breda, in N. Brabant, 40, 42–3, 44, 530.
-, Don Diego de Mendoza's journey from Brussels to (Sept 1538), 43–4.
-, death of Mons. de Nassau at (10 Sept. 1538), 43.
-, lets, dated from, 12–3.
Bretagne, the duchy of, in France, 270.
-, said to belong by right to Charles de Valois, 434.
Breteuil. in Normandy; steel-ordnance cast at, 251.
-, du. de, v. Valois (Henri de).
Bretigny, town of France (dep. Eure et Loire), Int. xix.
Breves, Papal. One exhorting the Cortes of Castille to make a grant to the Emp. for the war against the Turk, 36.
-, to be solicited from Paul by the Imp. amb. in Rome (Sept. 1538), ibid.
Brian, Briand, Bryant (Sir Francis), Eng. amb. to France; proposes an interview of Henry und Francis at Calais (Aug. 1538), 6, 10, 13.
-, his intemperate and high-flown language corrected, 7–9.
Brindeholm (Edward), Int. xiii.
Brindisi; the naval forces of the League to meet at, 54.
-, card.-bp. of, v. Mota.
Brinon (Jean), sieur de Villaine d'Humières, chancellor of the duchy of Alençon, Francis' amb. to the diet of Spires (Feb. 1542), 476.
Brion-Chabot (Philippe de), co. de Charny and Bussançois, gov. of Burgundy, admiral of France, 330, 354, 413, 453, 530–1.
-, on a mission to the Low Countries (Dec. 1538), 72–75, 531–2.
-, in disgrace; strong measures being taken against those who held office under him (Sept. 1538), 14, 532.
-, report of his conference with q. Mary, 28.
-, again in favour, 532.
-, let. to Marillac, 184.
-, (Jaques), 531; v. Chabot.
Brissac (Mr. de), French amb. to Charles, v. Cossé-Brissac.
Britanny, v, Bretagne.
Brooke (Sir George), lord Cobhara, 17 n.
Brown, Browne (Sir Anthony), Henry's Grand Squire, amb. to the Low Countries (1538); recalled, 52.
-, in the Privy Council, 432.
-, niece of, 468.
Bruges, in Flanders, 243, 312.
Brun, v. Brown.
-, (Mme.), v. Le Brun.
Brundusino, Il vescovo, v. Brindisi and Mota.
-, a native of Brindisi, v. Caraffa.
Brunswick (Ernest), du. of (1532–46); his law-suit with the bp. of Hilsheim, 170.
Brusino, card., 112; an error for Brundusino, q. v.
Brussels, Bruxelles, 33 n., 42–3, 51, 69, 135–7, 350, 379, 530.
-, a better place than London to negociate a commercial treaty between England and the Low Countries, 352, 353, 409, 447, 452, 456, Int. ii.
-, lets, dated from, 50, 241–2, 259.
-, the treasurers at, 409.
Buda Pesth, in Hungary, 9, 11, 118, 293, 344, 362, 382, 553.
-, storming of, by the k. of the Romans (May 1541), 293, 342, 371.
-, relieved by a Turkish army, 342.
-, k. Ferdinand losing 4,000 men at, 344.
-, Solyman leaves, for Constantinople, 374.
Bugia, in Africa, 221, 407 n., 411, 414, 420, 425, 530.
Bulgea, v. Bugia.
Ball-fight and comedy at Rome; Margaret of Austria, invited by the du. of Castro to a (Feb. 1540), 225.
Bullon, v. Bouillon, in the Luxemburg.
Bulls, Papal, for the half-fruits of the Clergy, 143.
-, -, for the Military Orders of Spain, 143.
Buren, co., v. Egmont (Floris d').
Burgenbresse (Bourg-en-Bresse); q. Eleanor staying in the neighbourhood of, (Oct. 1541), 381.
Burgos, in Old Castille, 220, 483 n.
-, the cathedral church of, protesting against the tax of the half-fruits of the Clergy (Apr. 1540), 228.
Burgundy, county of, 78, 236, 370, 379, 438, 513.
-, governor of, v. Brion-Chabot (Philippe).
-, the restitution by Francis of, to the Emp. to be insisted upon, 238.
-, the Emp.'s subjects in, to be assisted by Francis according to the treaty of Nizza (1538), 513.
Bussançois, Buzançois, co. of, v. Brion-Chabot.