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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Cabrera, small island of. the Balearic group, the Imp. fleet anchoring at (18 Oct. 1541), 407 n.
-, v. Enriquez de Cabrera.
Caçorla, Cazorla, in the prov. of Jaen (Spain), 374 n.
-, ade'antado of, v. Cobos (Diego).
Cadabalso (Cadalso), in Castille (Spain), let. dated from, 49.
Cadiz, in Spain, 108.
Cafarello (Giovan Pietro), agent of the du. de Castro (1538), 58, 91.
Cairo, in Egypt, 339.
-, the Bashaw gov. of, goes out with his janissaries to attack the Portuguese (June 1541), ibid.
Calais, 6, 134–5, 541, Int. x, xvii, xviii.
-, the daughters of Lorraine and Vendôme cannot go to, as Henry proposes, 9, 10, 12, 24–5.
-, troops and ammunition to (Sept. 1538), 40–2.
-, English deputies in, 60.
-, troops sent by Henry to, 295, 322, 324, 429.
-, interview at, in 1538, proposed by Brian, 6, 9, 10.
-, -, a previous one of Henry and Francis in (1535), alluded, 330.
-, -, another of k. Henry and q. Mary proposed, 67.
-, the registers of the "tonlieu" at, 429, 551.
-, English ambs. in Belgium returning home arrive at (23 March 1539), 137.
-, engineer sent to, v. Long.
-, Debitis (deputy of), v. Plantagenet.
-, lets, dated from, 48–9, 54.
-, conspiracy to deliver, to the Emp. or to Francis detected, Int. xiii.
Calatrava, town of Extremadura (Spain), 122.
-, Military Order of, 122.
Calmont, v. Caumont.
Camail, v. Campbell (?).
Camarasa, marq. de, v. Coboa (Diego de los).
Camarino, duchy of, in the Rom. States, 107, 153, 164, 169, 173, 186, 209.
-, the du. of Urbino, Guidobaldo della Rovere, in possession of, having married Giulia Varana, dau. of the last du., 139.
-, to be invaded by the Papal army, unless surrendered under certain conditions, 92, 98, 102, 403.
-, Pope Paul wishing to give it to his son, Pier Luigi, 158.
-, -, or to his grandson Ottavio, married to the Emp.'s dau. Margaret, 158, 291.
-, -, though at one time he intended it for Horazio Farnese, his brother, 122.
-, Ottavio finally invested with it, 428.
-, du. of, v. Varana and La Rovere.
-, do. du., v. Cibo.
Camberlen (Millour), gov. of Guisnes, arrives at Calais (18 March 1539), 135.
-, lord Chamberlain, v. Sandys.
Cambray, in Flanders; Henry's objection to the General Council being held at, 65.
-, Pope Paul being of the same opinion, and preferring Mantua or Ferrara to, 398–9, 401–2.
-, k. Francis refusing to go to, 399.
-, Eleanor and Mary of Hungary to meet at (Sept. 1538), 29, 33 n.
-, interview of Francis and Mary the q. of Hungary announced, 14–5, 72.
-, proposed for the meeting of the General Council, on account of its being an Imp. city, subject to its prelate, and conveniently situated for England and France to send their representatives thither, 398.
-, treaty of, alluded, 238, 297, 302, 350, 353.
-, the provostship of St. Thomas at, 58.
-, chapter of, 149.
-, dean of, v Maioris.
-, do. q. of Hungary at (Nov. 1538), 72.
Camillo. capt., an Italian, comes to London (March 1542), 484; v. Orsini (?).
Campbell (Sir John), Scotch amb. in England, expected in London (Dec. 1540), 302, 547.
Campeggio (Alessandro), bp. of Bologna (1526–54), vice-legate at Avignon, 121, 143, 286, 426.
-, (Laurencio, Lorenço), card., 286, 426.
-, (Thomaso), bp. of Feltre, appointed by Paul for the conferences in Germany (Nov. 1540), 286.
Campo, village of Naples, to be bought for Margaret's dowry, 165.
-, (Pedro del), Imp. officer, 234.
-, di Fiore, a place of resort and gossip in Rome, 266.
-, Medina del, in Spain, v. Medina.
Canarias (Canaries, Canary Islands); a Portuguese ship meeting with French privateers in the, 294.
Cancy (Mons. de), v. under Cossey and Coucy.
Candia, island, 9, 88.
-, gov. of, v. Moro.
-, Venetian proveditor at, 175.
-, Barbarossa defeated by the inhabitants of, 9.
Cano, Spanish commander (1541); his report on the Algiers expedition, 415.
Cante-Croix, co. de, v. Perrenot and Chantonnay.
Cantelmo (Cesare),'a Neapolitan outlaw (fuoruscito), on a mission of k. Francis to Constantinople, accompanied by Rincon (1538–9), 78, 162, 177–9, 185, 192, 199, 533.
-, working against a general truce rather than in favour of it, 166.
-, returns to Paris (July 1539), 73, 176.
-, the result of his mission to the Turk having been made known, suspicions are entertained of his not being sincere in the matter, 184–5.
Canterbury, the du. of Norfolk and lord Cromwell to wait for Anne de Clèves (Nov. 1538) at, Int. x.
-, abp. of, v. Cranmer.
Capello (Vincenzo), Venetian proveditor and captain-general of the sea; superseded, 116.
-, returns to Venice so weakened by disease that he cannot do much service (Feb. 1539), ibid.
-, accuses Doria of Dot having acted well at Castilnovo, ibid.
Capisucci (Paolo), auditor at the Rota, in Rome, 122.
Capitano di Giustizia, or chief magistrate in Milan, ordered by Gasto to make inquiries about Fragoso's disappearance, 336–8.
-, one to be appointed for Siena, 424.
Capo di Ferro (Hieronymo), Paul's dutary, sent to France as Papal Nuncio (May 1541), 322.
-, -, belonging to the Orsini faction, ibid.
-, -, -, with a view, as it is rumoured, to promote the marriage of the Pope's grand-daughter [Vittoria Farnese], 329.
-, -, -, and make a league with France and Venice against the Emp., ibid.
Captives, Christian; money bequeathed by the Empress Isabella for the redemption of, 292.
Capua, in Naples, prior of, v. Strozzi.
Caracciolo (card. Marino), chancellor of Milan, 417, 520.
-, let. to the Emp. (1540), 260.
Caraffa (Gian Pietro), surnamed "Il Brundusino," i.e., from Brindisi, afterwards Pope Paul IV., q. v.
Cardinals, creation of, by Clement VII. alluded, 56.
-, -, by Paul III. (in 1539), 138, 397.
-, three Spanish, dying in a very short space of time (Borja, Manrique, and Santacroce) (Oct. 1540), 280.
-, -, some rumour afloat that the two former had died from poison, ibid.
-, Sacred College of, 186, 206, 216, 260, 405, 419, 518–9.
-, in Consistory, 142, 519.
-, French, too numerous in it already, 184, 218.
-, -, no less than eleven, besides the Italian, who follow Francis' party, 400.
-, -, whilst Spain has only four, ibid.
-, -, Pope Paul showing too much partiality for that nation, ibid.
-, two to be appointed for the reformation of the clergy in Germany, 399.
-, hats, 34, 138, 143, 160, 169, 173, 186, 206, 210, 400, 402, 405.
-, -, the Emp.'s application for, not attended to as he might have wished, 169.
-, -, ecclesiastics of the stamp of the bp. of Paris, a restless and ambitious man, ought never to be raised to the purple (wrote the Emp. to Aguilar in July 1539), ibid.
-, -, whilst urgently asking for one for the abp. of Geneva, and another for Francesco Colonna, ibid.
-, -, Napoleone Orsiuo, the ex-abbot of Farfa, not to have his, though greatly in favour with Mme. Costanza, 208.
-, -, -,but, on the other hand, if the Pope can resist that lady's importunities, Colonna will not be appointed, ibid.
Carlo III., du. of Savoy, v. under Savoy.
Carlos V., Emp., v. Charles.
-, prince Don, son of Philip II., alluded, Add. and Cor. 550.
Carne (Dr.), colleague of Wriothesley in the embassy to the Low Countries (Oct. 1538), a learned man, 52.
-, to be sent to Flanders to treat of Henry's marriage to the do. du. of Milan, ibid.
-, -, sent again (July 1541), 333.
-, -, -, for the purpose of adjusting differences in trade matters, ibid.
Carondelet (Jean de), abp. of Palermo (1520–44), pres. of the Council in the Low Countries, 199.
Carpi (Hyeronimo de), chamberlain of the du. of Florence (Alessandro de' Medici), 355, 421.
-, -, delivered from prison by the Imperialists (1541), 526–7.
-, (Rudolfo), v. Pio da Carpi.
Carreton, meaning of the Span, word, 230 n.
Cartagena, in Spain, 243.
-, stores of provisions at, for the Algiers expedition, 377.
-, corregidor of, v. Davalos (Andrés).
-, the Emp. arrives at, on his return from Algiers (Dec. 1, 1541), 407 n., 420, 425, 427–8.
-, one of the Imp. galleys foundering in sight of (Dec. 1541), 431.
Casarello, 91 n.; v. Cafarello.
Cásim baxá, (Kásim Basha), Persian general, 293.
-, deserts the Sophi of Persia and goes over to the Turk (1539), 293.
-, goes back to Persia at the head of four sangiacs or regiments, ibid.
Castelalt (Castelalto?), colonel of German infantry, 54.
Castellamare, in Naples, to be purchased for Margaret's dower, 291.
Castellar, a town of Valencia (Spain), marq. de, v. Arias de Saavedra.
Castelnau (Antoine de). bp. of Tarbes, in Gascony; French amb. to Spain, 37, 45 n., 48, 76, 100–1, 145, 178, 180–1, 236, 239, 495, 513, 520, Int. ix.
-, what passed between him and Granvelle in Spain, 180–1.
-, death of (1539), 413.
Castille (Castilla), levies of men to be made in (Jan. 1540), 220.
-, Cortes de (States General of), 446–7, 491.
-, contagious fevers in, 245.
-, High Commander of the Order of Santiago in, v. Cobos.
-, Council of, at Madrid, 366.
Castillon, in Languedoc (France), Int. iv n.
-, sieur de, v. Perreau (Louis).
Castilnovo, (Castel-Novo), in Dalmatia, taken from the Turks (1538), 58, 87, 89, 96–9, 106, 116, 178, 232, 234–5.
-, ought to be dismantled, 156, 160.
-, tax imposed by the Venetians for the defence of, 117.
-, garrison appointed for, four thousand Span, infantry, 88, 161.
-, supposed design of Barbarossa on (June 1539), 120, 163.
-, too strong to be carried by a "coup demain," 163.
-, the Venetians claiming possession of, according to agreement, 90, 162, 164, 172.
-, again besieged by the Turks, 139, 166, 176.
-, relieved by Joannetino Doria, 173.
-, again claimed by the Venetians, 172, 175.
-, Doria's opinion that it ought to be delivered immediately to them on condition of their paying the arrears of pay owed to the Span, garrison, 163.
-, -, who certainly will not give it up unless they are paid beforehand, ibid.
-, 15,000 due. to be paid by the Venetians as indemnity, 171.
-, the delivery of, to the Venetians finally affected (July 1539), 172.
-, no truce nor peace to be made with the Signory until, is surrendered unconditionally (said Solyman's Grand Vizier), 176.
-, again besieged by Barbarossa, 176.
-, conversation of the Imp. amb. in France with k. Francis on the, business (Aug. 1539), 178–9.
-, taken (Aug.-Sept. 1539), 186, 191.
-, Span. gov. of, v. Vargas and Sarmiento.
-, bp. of, 89.
Castro, du. of, v. Farnese (Pier Luigi).
-, du. of, v. Orsino (Hieronima).
Castroconiano, in Poland, 515 n.
Catalina, v. Catharine, and Katharine.
Catalonia, 220, 243, 278, 392.
-, the coast of, threatened by the Turks (Oct. 1539), 193.
-, transport-ships for the expedition to Algiers to be procured in the ports of, (Jan. 1540), 220–1.
-, viceroy of, Hurtado de Mendoza (Diego).
Catharine (Katherine) of Aragon, q. of England, first wife of Henry VIII; alluded, 67, 356, 454–5, 549.
-, of Austria, second dau. of the k. of the Romans [Ferdinand], married to Francesco II. Gonzaga, du. of Mantua (1549), 514 n.
-, (Catalina), sister of Charles, the Emp., and wife of k. Joaõ III., of Portugal, 5, 111.
-, Howard, q. of England, v. Howard.
Cattaro, in Dalmatia, 163.
Cauchoire (la), bridge of, near Ardres (Eng., Cowbridge), Int. xix.
Caumont (dep. Calvados), 10.
Cavanilles, gov. of Valencia (Oct. 1541), 376.
Cefalonia, v. Cephalonia.
Celdran, deputy treasurer of Aragon, 267.
Cenaga, v. Sinán-Agá.
Centurione (Adam), Genoese banker, 140, 149.
Cenys (Lassigny?, Mr. de,) French amb. to Scotland, has an audience from k. Henry (Aug. 1538), 25.
Cephalonia, one ot the Ionian islands, 173.
-, damage done by Barbarossa in (1538), 58.
Ceri (Paolo da), condottiere; his engagements with k. Francis (1541), 415, 422, 426.
-, (Renzo da), father of Paolo, 415.
Cerrage (seraglio), that of Barbarossa, 234.
Cervini (Marcello), bp. of Nicastro (1539); of Reggio (1540); card. (1541), 218, Add. and Cor. 534, 536; v. also Marcello.
-, in Spain, 218.
-, as card. Santa Croce, 387–9, 397, 401.
Cesarini, Cesarino, card. Alessandro, writes a letter to the Emp. on the peace with France (1538), 41, 44.
-, the Emp.'s answer to (Sept. 1538), 14.
Cesis (Paolo de), Paul's referendary, 58.
Chabot (Jacques), 531.
-, (Philippe), sieur de Brion, High Admiral of France, v. Brion-Chabot.
Chabote, v. Brion-Chabot.
Chalons-sur-Marne, bp. of, v. Lenoncourt.
Champagney, sieur de, v. Perrenot (Frederic and Jerôme), Int. xxii n.
Champigna, v. Compiegne.
Chancellor, French, v. Prat and Bourg.
-, English, v. Audeley.
-, of Saxony, Int. xii.
Chancery, in England.
-, foreign merchants choosing to remain in England to inscribe their names and nationality in the books of the, 318.
-, all business to be suspended for some days in, and in the Exchequer Court until k. Henry assumes the titles of k. of England and Ireland, 342.
Channel, 318, 320, 449, Int. v.
-, two thousand men sent by k. Henry across the, 319–20.
-, -, a rumour spread in France that the force amounts to 20,000, 320.
Chantilly, in France, the High Constable, Montmorency, staying at (Aug. 1539), 177.
Chantonnay, sieur de, v. Perrenot (Thomas).
Chapuys (Eustace), Imp. amb. in England, 15–7, 66, 353–4, 376, Int. vi, ix.
-, -, has audience from k. Henry (Aug. 1538), 19–22.
-, -, his conferences with Cromwell, 23–4, 51–3, 69.
-, -, to remain in London after Mendoza's departure, 31.
-, -, attending court conjointly with Mendoza, 65, 168–70.
-, -, Pope Paul asks the Emp. to recall (2 Jan. 1539), 97.
-, -, -, and to stop at once the intercourse of trade with England, 97.
-, -, since he is determined to excommunicate k. Henry, 97.
-, -, recalled by q. Mary, 125–6, 129.
-, -, applies for hia "congé" (March 1539), 125.
-, -, k. Henry wishing him to remain in England until the Emp.'s will should be known, ibid.
-, -, -, or until the appointment of another amb. to succeed him, 126.
-, -, -, lest people should think that the old friendship and confederacy between him and the Emp. was diminishing, 126.
-, -, sends an express messenger to q. Mary, 128.
-, -, quits England (March 1539), 135–6, 142.
-, -, -, conjointly with the French amb. Castillon, 142, Int. iv.
-, -, arrives at Calais (19 March), 137.
-, -, in Flanders, 199.
-, -, is succeeded by Maioris (Philippe), dean of Cambray, 129–31.
-, -, -, a learned and middle-age personage, the best qualified to represent the Emp. in England until his pleasure should be known, ibid.
-, -, returns to London (July 1540), 259, 281, Int. vi.
-, -, Marillac's account of, ibid, vii–ix.
-, -, announces to Granvelle the new ordinances on navigation and trade promulgated in England (3 Sept. 1540), 260.
-, -, summoned to Hampton Court (24 Dec. 1540), 296.
-, -, is introduced to the King's presence by Lord Parr, ibid.
-, the earl of Herfort to keep him company whilst the Privy Council assembles, ibid.
-, -, negociations for a treaty of closer alliance begin (June 1541), 332.
-, -, his conversation with k. Henry, 332–3.
-, -, -, in the Privy Council discussing matters of trade (Aug. 1541), 349.
-, -, slightly indisposed and suffering, like some of his household servants, from the sweating disease, ibid.
-, -, generally in bad health, 351, 368, Int. xviii.
-, -, -, having fits of gout, 351.
-, -, continually applying for the settlement of his arrears, as he says he has no money nor credit, 328, 339, 353, 368, 506 n.
-, -, -, and the dearth of provisions in London is very great, 368.
-, -, does not dispatch couriers as he cannot pay them, 328.
-, -, is losing both health and spirits, as well as honor and reputation, from his being unable to pay his creditors, 451, 453.
-, -, bribes Marillac's sec. (July 1541), 341–2.
-, -, -, who puts into his hands copies of his correspondence with k. Francis and his ministers, 344, 360–1, 364–5, 367–8, 376–9, 409–10, 413, 419, 421, 452, 464, 469, 471–5; v. Honz (Jean).
-, -, has a confidential and most reserved audience from k. Henry at Greenwich (Dec. 1541), 430–51.
-, -, -, who tells him to speak without reserve, as nothing said in the room will be reported in French quarters, 432.
-, -, his memorandum and report on French intrigues in England (1541), 233.
-, -, -, most likely on information furnished by Jean de Honz, Marillac's sec., 453–5.
-, -, holding frequent and long conferences with Henry's lord Privy Seal, 416.
-, -, -, one lasting upwards of two hours on Dec. 26, 1541; 437.
-, -, asks for his recall, and recommends that a fit personage from Spain or Flanders be appointed to succeed him (Dec. 1541), 449, 452.
-, -, -, as the air of London disagrees with him, and the Emp. has not been pleased to increase his salary 453.
-, -, informs the Emp. of the progress of the negociations (Feb. 1542), 470.
-, -, is confident that the privy councillors are all in favor of the alliance, 471.
-, -, -, but fears that as long as there is a chance of war between the Emp. and France, k. Henry will make difficulties, ibid.
-, -, -, for, in the first place, he dislikes being put to expense, ibid.
-, -, -, and if the Emp. wants him, his terms will be much harder, ibid.
-, -, praised by the Emp. and the q. do. of Hungary for his dexterity in conducting negociations with England (March-April 1542), 480.
-, -, is to receive fresh powers and instructions from q. Mary of Hungary, 481.
-, -, -, to whom they will be forwarded by sea through a discreet and trusty personage [Mr. de Courrières?], ibid.
-, -, -, who has orders to cast them into the sea should the vessel be boarded by the French, 480–1.
-, -, another set of powers and instructions sent by way of Italy, 485.
-, -, -, as well as the Queen's credentials for the King's ministers, ibid.
-, -, -, when received, to enter at once into formal negociation, and try to ascertain what Henry's real intentions are (March 1542), 482.
-, -, should the K, in any manner resent the measures lately taken in Flanders and Spain in matters of trade' and navigation, is to propose that a new treaty of commerce be made, 486.
-, -, has another audience from k. Henry (April 1542), 491–505.
-, -, -, whom he addresses in the most flattering terms, following the advice of Fitz William, the Privy Seal, 493.
-, -, -, the man in England who knows best the King's nature and temper, ibid.
-, -, exhibits his powers, 494.
-, -, -, the bps. of Durham (Tunstall), and Winchester (Gardiner), with sec. Wriothesley deputed to examine them, 497.
-, -, -, not being considered sufficiently special and full, is requested to apply home for fresh ones, 502.
-, -, -, fancies, when received, that they will give very little or no satisfaction at all, 507.
-, -, -, the document itself being so deficient that it will be useless as to instructions, ibid.
-, -, corresponds regularly with Granvelle, 259–60, 860–1, 410–1, 414–20, 451–4, 467, 506, Int. ix.
-, -, -, and with the marq. de Aguilar at Rome, 99.
-, -, papers and correspondence belonging to, left in the lodgings that he occupied in London Before 1539, Int. vii., ix.
-, -, -, said to have been found by Marillac in a closet, ibid.
-, -, his secretaries, 342, 346, 349, 353, 359, 378–9, 409, 430–1, 436–7, 440, Int. viii, ix.
-, -, -, one of his most confidential, employed in treating with the French sec. (Jean de Honz), 364, 368–9, Int. xviii.
-, -, -, will not intrust his deciphering key to any one of them, 365, 451.
-, -, his pensions on bprics. of Spain and Flanders, 453.
-, -, lets. to the Emp., (1538) 7, (1540) 135, 145, (1541) 156, 161, 173, 175, 195, 207, 209, 213, 215–6, (1542) 224, 228, 230, 232, 234, 236, 239, 244, 250.
-, -, -, to the q. of Hungary, (1538) 21, 134, 136, 143–4, 146–7, (1541) 148–55, 157–9, 162–3, 166–8, 174, 177–8, 186, 196, 199, 201, 204, 210, 220–1, (1542) 225, 234, 235, 240, 246–7, 250.
-, -, -, to Granvelle, (1539) 121 127, 190, 203, 211, 222, (1542) 229–30, 245, 251.
-, -, the Emp.'s lets, to, (1541–2) 227, 237–8, 243.
-, -, theq. of Hungary's, (1538) 16, (1539), 44, (1542) 241–2.
Charles V., of Germany, I. of Spain, 1–4, 12–3, 34–6, 47, 51, 142–3, 305, 309, 341, 410, 416, 421, 437, 519–21, 526, 543.
-, -, his voyage from Nizza to Genoa in company with the Pope, 5.
-, -, lands at Barcelona on his return from Italy (18 July 1538), 34.
-, -, leaves Valladolid for Toledo to hold the Cortes convoked thereat (22 Sept. 1538), 48.
-, -, begins to make preparations for his campaign against the Turk (Sept. 1538), ibid.
-, -, -, though, on certain considerations, he will not give publicity to his plans, ibid.
-, -, sends Don Luis de Zuñiga on a mission to Paul (Oct. 1589), 191.
-, -, decides to go to Flanders (Oct. 1539), 167, 191, 195.
-, -, sends Praët on a mission to k. Francis (Nov. 1539), 197, 201.
-, -, -, to announce his intention of passing through France, 196, 206, 209.
-, -, writes to Paul that he cannot go to Italy until the following spring (Nov. 1539), 204.
-, -, arrives in Paris (6 Jan. 1541), 222.
-, -, -, his account of the journey thither, 212–4, 222–3.
-, -, reaches Valenciennes (Jan. 1541), 304.
-, -, enters Brussels (29 Jan.), 293.
-, -, about to leave for Germany, 304.
-, -, in a hurry to return to Spain to prepare for his African expedition (Jan. 1541), 305.
-, -, at Regensburg holding a diet, 345.
-, -, in Italy with 7,000 lanskennets (Aug. 1541), 345.
-, -, sails from La Spezzia for the Algiers expedition (28 Sept. 1541), 374, 376.
-, -, with a fit of the gout at the Rocca di Bonifacio (Oct. 1541), 374.
-, -, sends for Idiaquez, and for Vazquez de Molina, and makes his will, ibid.
-, -, atMenorca(9 Oct.); at Majorca (Mallorca), 18 Oct.; insight of Algiers (21 Oct.), 372, 377.
-, -, the Imp. fleet being dispersed at sea, the expedition fails altogether, 411.
-, -, at Bugia (Nov. 1541), 407 n., 411, 414–5, 420, 425.
-, -, lands at Cartagena on his return from Algiers (1 Dec. 1541), 411, 427, 431, 437.
-, -, his manifesto or declaration on the League against the Turk (Oct. 1538), 22.
-, -, ministers in Italy, 169, 192, 337, 369; v. Aguilar, Gasto, Toledo.
-, -, -, not one of them (writes Gasto) has had a hand in the Fragoso affair, 337.
-, -, -, in France, 411; v. Scepper and St. Vincent.
-, -, -, in Spain, v. Tavera, Loaysa, &c.
-, -, his wife, the Empress, v. Isabella of Portgual.
-, -, his sons and daughters, v. Phillip, Joanna, and Maria.
-, -, his lord Privy Seal (Guarda-Sellos), v. Perrenot de Granvelle.
-, -, his Master of the Horse (Caballerizo Mayor), v. Bossu.
-, -, secs., v. Cobos and Idiaquez.
-, -, lets, to Pope Paul, (1538) 9, 47.
-, -, -, to the marq. de Aguilar at Rome, (1538) 10, 15, 45–6, (1539) 73, 82–3, 87, (1540) 137.
-, -, -, to Lope de Soria, at Venice (1538), 11.
-, -, -, to card. Cesarino (1538), 14.
-, -, -, to the abp. of Toledo, (1539) 95, (1540) 102, 105.
-, -, -, to Moris, de St. Vincent, his amb. in France (1539), 108.
-, -, -, to Eustace Chapuys in England (1542), 227, 237–8, 243.
Charolois, county of, in Burgundy, 236.
Chasteauneuf, receptor, bearer of dispatches to England (Apr. 1542), 508; v. Gellimard.
Chastillon (Châtillon) sur-Loing (dep. Loiret, France), Int. iv n.
-, sur-Marne, ibid.
-, sieur de, v. Coligny (Gaspard de).
-, (Mr. de), French amb. in England (1533–9), sent as amb. to Portugal (Oct. 1540), 280.
-, -, -, to ask for the hand of the Infanta Doña Maria, ibid.
-, -, mistaken for Castillon, Int. iii–iv.
-, -, -, whose real name was Louis Perreau, sieur de Castillon, q. v.
-, (Odet de Coligni, card, de) (b. 1515, d. 1571), son of Gaspard I. de Coligny, 545.
Chavaignes, lets, dated from, 183–4.
Chefalonia, v. Cefalonia.
Chelles (dep. Seine et Marne), convent of nuns at, Add. and Cor. 529.
Cheney, v. Cheyne.
Cheri, Chieri (Paolo da), v. Ceri.
Cherubino (Miçer), agent of the du. of Florence, Alessandro de' Medici, at the Imp. Court, 1 n., 50, 165.
Chestanceaux, Shestanceaux, v. Hurstmon-ceaux.
Cheyne (Sir Thomas), amb. to France, 1522–6; groom of the Chamber, 1526; treasurer of Calais and knight of the Garter, 1539; treasurer of the Royal Household, 1540–7; warder of the Cinq-Ports, 1540; 540.
Chichester, bp. of, v. Sampson.
Chieri, v. Ceri.
Childare, v. Kildare.
Chisis (Paolo de), 58; v. Cesis (?).
Chivas (Chivasso), in Piedmont, 336.
Chivitella, v. Civitella.
Christendom threatened by the Turk, 167, 514.
Christians, new, "moriscos," or newly-converted Moors of Spain, 364.
-, of Portugal. Placards containing the most detestable heresies fixed by the, in three churches of Lisbon (Feb. 1539), 108.
-, -, having a quatrain underneath stating that all inquiries about the authorship would be vain, as they were not the work of a Castillian, French, Italian, or Portuguese, ibid.
-, -, -, but of an English-born subject, ibid.
-, -, -, believed, however, to have been composed by a literary Jew, ibid.
-, -, had not k. Joaõ of Portugal been at Lisbon at the time, a rising of the people against them would certainly have taken place, 110.
-, -, -, and a massacre, as under the reign of Dom Manoel, ibid.
-, -, -, all owing to there being no inquisition in Portugal, and to the Pope having granted to them several breves, &c., ibid.
-, of Valencia, 364.
Christiern I., co. of Oldenburg and k. of Denmark (1448–81), 436.
-, -, father of Frederic III., du. of Holstein, q. v.
-, II., k. of Denmark, surnamed the "Nero" of the North; dethroned 1523; 436.
Christierna, princess of Denmark, v. Christina.
Christina of Denmark, dau. of Christiern II., k. of Denmark and Sweden; do. du. of Milan, and Bari; her marriage to k. Henry negociated, 46, 48, 66, 96, 114–5, 530.
-, Henry's proposal that she should go to Calais accompanied by the q. of Hungary, 24.
-, vague report of her having been engaged to the prince of Orange, 40.
-, her dowry discussed, 66, 68.
-, should she be married to k, Henry, her sister's rights to the crown of Denmark to be made over to her, ibid.
-, -, the Emp. promising to use all his influence to that effect, 66.
-, du. of Bar-le-Duc in Lorraine, owing to her marriage to the marq. de Pont-à-Mousson and du. of Bar-le-duc [François de Lorraine], 349 n.
Church, Catholic. Morone's and Brundusino's mission to the princes of Germany for the reintegration of the, 516.
-, -, who are not to make any treaty or concession injurious to the Holy Apostolic See, 517.
-, -, to have two sets of instructions, ibid.
-, -, not to reveal to any one of the princes, except to the k. of the Romans, what is the real object of their mission, ibid.
-, -, -, for fear the Lutherans, as they have done at other times, should construe the Pope's wish into a sign of weakness and fear, ibid.
-, English. Priests holding benefices from the, several of them in the conspiracy of the Northern Counties, 321.
Cibo (Caterina), do. du. of Camarino, widow of Gian. Battista Varana, 98, 146, 160.
-, -, refuses to accept 16,000 crs. and a palace at Rome in exchange for her rights to Camarino, 146.
-, (Inocenzio) card., 50, 98, 146, 160.
-, -, not on good terms with Cosmo de' Medici (Jan. 1540), 217.
Cicogna (Cavalier), a Milanese, sent by the marq. del Gasto on a mission to the Emp. (in July 1541), 337.
Cid (el) campeador; alluded, 288.
Cipher, generally used by the Imp. ambs. in their despatches, 46, 341.
-, Chapuys will not intrust the, to his own secretaries, 365, 451.
-, -, but will cipher and decipher his own despatches, ibid.
-, that with the Low Countries ought to be changed, ibid.
-, French, used by k. Francis and his ministers to correspond with ambs. abroad, 362, 368.
-, several alphabets procured by Chapuys to decipher Francis' despatches to Marillac, 368, 379, 548.
Cisneros (——), capt. of the Viceroy's bodyguard at Naples, 460.
Civille, in Spain, v. Sevilla.
Cività di Penna, in Naples, 165.
-, Vecchia, in the Rom. States, Doria at; leaves it in disgust at his not having found there money for the pay of his galleys, 172.
-, -, Pope Paul at (Nov. 1539), 204.
Civitella, in Naples, 161, 165.
Clarence, du. of, 331.
Clement VII., Pope; alluded, 287, 525, 528.
-, his niece, v. Caterina de' Medici.
Clergy, reform of the, in Germany; Pope Paul appoints commissioners for the, 280, 399.
-, in Spain, protest against the bull of the Half-fruits, 221.
Clerk (Dr. John), bp. of Bath, sent to Clèves as ambassador, Int. xiv.
-, to go first to France and enquire about the du. of Clèves' marriage to Jeanne d'Albrct, ibid.
Clesi, Clesis (Bernardo de), bp. of Trent (1514–39), death of (Sept. 1540), 515 n.
Clèves, duchy of, league made for its defence (1540), 276, 438.
-, -, Henry's amb. to, v. Clerk.
-, -, several lords from, arrive in London (Jan. 1540), Int. xii.
-, (Anne of, Mine, de), sister of du. Guillaume; wife of Henry VIII., 544, 548, Int. xiv.
-, -, her marriage first spoken of (Oct. 1539), 199, 200.
-, -, safe conduct applied, for her passage through Flanders (Oct. 1539), ibid.
-, -, at Calais, Int. x.
-, -, reception in London (Jan. 1540), Int. xi.
-, -, at Greenwich, Int. xii.
-, -, picture of, by amb. Marillac, Int. xi–ii.
-, -, married (Jan. 1540), 210, Int. viii–x.
-, -, sent to Richmond (July 1540), 482, Int. xiii.
-, -, repudiated (July 1540), 210, 245, 537, Int. xiv–xv.
-, -, recalled to Court (Jan. 1541), 305.
-, -, sends a present to the K. as a New Year's gift (Jan. 1541), ibid.
-, -, goes to Hampton Court, ibid.
-, -, how received by q. Catharine Howard, 306.
-, -, rumours of the K. taking her back (May 1541) reach the queen's ears, 328.
-, -, -, interrogated by Catharine about it, Henry declares that had he to marry again he would never retake, as his wife, ibid.
-, -, -, which Chapuys thinks most likely, ibid.
-, -, -, though, on the other hand, fears of k. Francis making war upon Henry, at her brother's solicitation and with k. James' help, might possibly bring on a reconciliation, ibid.
-, -, said by k. Henry to be the real and legitimate wife of the marq. de Pont (June 1541), 333.
-, -, -, who, therefore, ought not to have married (as he did) Christina, the do. du. of Milan, 332.
-, -, greatly rejoicing at q. Catha rine's disgrace (Nov. 1541), 396.
-, -, a rumour current in the Low Countries that, considering her age, her being fond of wine and indulging in other excesses, her repudiation by k. Henry was to a certain extent justifiable, 408–9.
-, -, two honest citizens of London sent to prison for saying in public that after all, was the King's lawful wife, 414.
-, -, -, and that she had left London in a family way by the K., ibid.
-, -, should k. Henry wish to take her back (writes the Emp. to Chapuys), all means should be employed to prevent it (March 1542), 483.
-, -, -, no fear of that (answers Chapuys), for since Catharine Howard's execution the K. is not in a humour to marry again, 385, 408–9.
-, -, again vague rumours of her reconciliation to Henry, 385, 462.
-, -, -, in the truth of which Marillac believes, 385, 549.
-, (Guillaume de La Mark), du. of, and Julliers; his marriage to a French princess talked of (Aug. 1538), 10, 248.
-, -, -, effected, Add. and Cor. 544, 548.
-, -, aspiring to the duchy of Ghelders (1538), 18, 35, 62, Int. ii, xiii.
-, -, -, of which he takes possession after the death of Charles d'Egmont, the last du., 105.
-, -, -, having means at his disposal (says Henry) to carry on war for two years, ibid.
-, -, much favored by k. Francis, with whom he makes a league against the Emp., 276–7, 282, 413, 421, 427, 480, 548.
-, -, amb. of, in France, commissioned by k. Francis to enlist lanskennets in Germany (Sept. 1540), 261.
-, -, marries Jeanne d'Albret, 247–8, 276, 344–5, 548, Int. viii.
-, -, the marriage annulled, Add. and Cor. 548.
-, (Henrietta de), du. of Nevers and Rethel, daughter of Francois du. de Nevers; married to Luigi Gonzaga, 13 n.
-, (John or Jean III.), du. of, father of du. Guillaume and Anne, Henry's q., 541.
Clipsa, v. Clyssa.
Cloth, woollen; imitation (falsos paños), from England not to be introduced into Spain, 227.
-, manufactured and woven in England to be forbidden in the Low Countries, 326.
-, -, the measure strongly recommended by amb. Chapuys in retaliation for the English statute on Navigation, ibid.
-, -, then the inhabitants of the Low Countries would no longer be deceived, ibid.
-, should it be properly woven and of the right sort, the importers to pay one florin of gold for each piece, ibid.
-, -, which would amount almost to a prohibition, ibid.
-, those of English manufacture to pay two florins per piece in Brabant, 285.
Clyssa, in Dalmatia; the gov. of, laying siege to Salona, 145.
Coban (Sir, Monsieur) v. Cobham.
Cobham (Sir John Brooke), lord, 17 n., 468.
-, sister of, Henry takes a fancy to the (Feb. 1541), 468.
-, -, repudiated wife of Sir Thomas Whyatt, ibid.
Cobos (Diego de los), marq. de Camarasa, du. de Sabiote; adelantado de Cazorla (1543); son of Francisco, the Emp.'s principal secretary, 374.
-, (Francisco de los), lord of Sabiote; High Commander of Leon in the Order of Santiago; the Emp.'s principal sec., 49, 87, 140, 268–9, 272, 363, 374 n., 383, 425, 489, 537, 543.
-, -, Paul's mistrust of, 263.
-, -, lets, to the Emp., 109–10.
-, -, -, to Granvelle, 127, 133.
-, -, -, to Luis Sarmiento de Mendoza, 17, 141.
-, -, -, to the marq. de Aguilar at Rome (1540), 114.
-, -, -, to sec. Juan Vazquez de Molina (1540), 111–2, 115.
-, -, -, to sec. Idiaquez (1540), 126.
-, -, -, to the marq. del Gasto, gov. of Milan, 181.
-, -, -, from Valençuela to, 194, 205.
-, -, -, from Vazquez de Molina to, 116, 119, 198.
-, -, -, from D. Diego de Mendoza to (1538), 13.
-, -, -, from sec. Idiaquez to, 183, 191.
-, -, -, from the marq. de Aguilar to, 42, 65, 75, 124–5.
-, -, -, from Lope Hurtado to, 71, 123.
-, -, -, from Lope de Soria to, 72.
-, -, his wife v. Mendoza (Da. Maria de).
-, -, his barber, 268.
-, -, drafts of despatches, with corrections in his own hand, 151 n.
Coimbra, in Portugal, 241 n.
Cola (Nicola), capt. or gov. of Barletta; arrives in Venice (Nov. 1541), 406.
-, -, with news from Constantinople and the Levant, ibid.
-, -, and of the alliance of k. Francis with the Turk, ibid.
Colibra, Colibre (Collioure), a port of the Span. Roussillon, 36.
Colocia (Kolotcha. or Kolocza), in Hungary, abp. of, v. Frangipani.
Coligny (Gaspard I. de), Int. iv.
Cologne (Colonia Agrippina, Kohl), abp. of v. Wied.
Colonna, Roman family, hostile to the Pope, 397.
-, -, the Emp. interceding for the, 401, 404–5.
-, (Ascanio II.), 59, 92–3, 156, 161, 216, 268, 391, Int. xxv.
-, -, insists upon placing his differences with the Pope in the Emp.'s hands, 139.
-, -, his suit with the Prince of Sulmona, 153, 170, 391, 401, 403.
-, -, at variance with the Pope, who makes war upon him and confiscates his estates, 405–6.
-, (Camillo), takes charge of Imp. despatches (Feb. 1539), 116, 169.
-, (Fabricio) (1513), Add and Cor. 536.
-, -, son of Ascanio II. (1513), Add. and Cor. 536.
-, (Francesco), abp. of Rossauo, 156, 536.
-, -, proposed for a cardinal's hat (1539), 208, 280.
-, -, not accepted by Pope Paul, 290.
-, (Da. Isabel), du. of Traietto, widow of Luigi Gonzaga, 156.
-, (col. Pirro), bearer of messages from Gasto to the Pope on the Fragoso business, 335, 340, 392–3.
-, (Stefano, Stephano), prince of Palestrina, 530.
-, (Vespasiano), son of Isabel or Isabella; talk of his marrying one of the daughters of Costanza Farnese, 156.
-, -, inherits from his mother the principality of Sulmona, 153.
-, (Vittoria), do. marq. of Pescara, widow of the marq. D. Fernando Davalos, 219 n., 536.
-, -, dau. of Fabricio and sister of Ascanio; her confessor? 219, 536.
Commacchio in the Roman States (Ferrara), v. Commaggio?.
Colpepper, Master of the King's bed-chamber, hung and quartered, 395, 407–8, 412.
Columbus (Christopher), discoverer of the New World, 545.
Commaggio (?) an Italian, sent by Francis to the Turk, 464.
-, v. Maggio (Vincenzio).
Commerce, treaties of, with the Emp.'s subjects in the Low Countries, discussed, 52, 59, 60, 350, 353, 357, 388, 445.
-, -, those of 1506 and 1520 being considered injurious to the Low Countries, ibid.
-, -, a fresh one to be negociated by Chapuys, 349–51.
Commissioners, deputies, &c, English, in Brussels, 350.
-, Flemish, for commercial treaties with England in 1506 and 1520; 446.
-, -, had not the least idea of rendering them perpetual, ibid.
Compiegne, Francis' court at, 9, 15, 53, 201, 204.
-, let. dated from, 92.
Concordia, co. della, v. Pico delta Mirandola.
Conières, Conyères, sieur de, v. Odet de Selve.
Consistory, Papal, 142, 521.
-, a let. from the Papal Legate in Spain, read in, 322–3.
Conspiracy, to deliver Calais to the Emp. or to Francis through the agency of card. Pole, Int. xiii.
-, in the Northern counties, revealed to Henry (Apr. 1541), 318, 320–1.
-, -, its authors being in hope of help from Scotland, 321.
Constable, High, of France, v. Montmorency, (Anne de).
Constancia, Madame, the Pope's dau., v. Farnese (Costanza).
Constantinople, 8, 9, 11, 119, 141, 145, 160, 162–4, 166–7, 177, 179, 192, 211, 229, 232–5, 247, 337, 340, 361, 371, 420.
-, the Turk retreating to (Dec. 1549), 419.
Contareni, Contarini (card. Gasparo),Venetian amb. at Rome, 55, 58.
-, -, his conferences with the Imp. amb. (Jan. 1539), 161, 267.
-, -, proposed by Paul for the reformation of the clergy in Germany, 280, 389.
-, Venetian proveditor; four galleys under, said to have been captured by Barbarossa (July 1539), 173.
-, (Marco Antonio), Venetian amb. in Rome (1537), 54.
Contareno, v. Contareni.
Conyèrcs, sieur de, v. Odet de Selve.
Cook (Hughes), better known as Farrington; executed, Int. x n.
Copper, the export of, from the Low Countries to England, prohibited (Aug. 1541), 346–7.
-, Eng. vessels laden with, embargoed in the ports of Flanders, 128.
-, -, their release strongly advised by Chapuys, 353.
-, -, as the measure will considerably help the negociations for the closer alliance, ibid.
Coral fisheries, 229.
Cordoba, city of Andalucia (Spain), 280.
-, bp. of, v. Manrique (Pedro Fernandez).
-, y Velasco (D. Martin Alfonso de),co. of Alcaudete, 373.
-, consulted by the Emp. respecting his African expedition (Oct. 1541), ibid.
Corfu, island of, 56, 230.
-, the canal of, 173.
-, the fleet of.
-, Venetian proveditor at, 172.
Coria, in Extremadura (Spain), 244.
-, bpric. of, 244, 543.
Cornaro (card. Andrea), Venetian amb. in Rome, 58, 161, 267.
Coron in Morea, taken by the Turks, 133.
Corsica, island of, the Emp. sailing from La Spezzia to (28th Sept. 1541), 371.
Cortes (General States) of Aragon; assembled at Monçon, 447.
-, of Castille, the Pope's breve to the, exhorting them to grant a service in money to the Emp., 36, 403, 446, 491.
-, -, grant made by the, to Charles, 494.
-, a town of Spain, 270.
-, marq. de, v. Navarra.
Cortona, in Tuscany, 289, 290.
Cortray, v. Courtray.
Coruña, del Conde, anc. Clunia, in Castille, 48 n.
-, co. de, v. Suarez de Mendoza.
Cossé-Brissac (Charles de), marshal of France; lord High Chamberlain; French amb. to Spain, on a mission to Barcelona (July 1538), 17, 75, 93, 100–1, 117, 178, App. 529.
-, sent again to Spain (Nov. 1539), 203 n., 236, 289.
-, articles brought from Spain by (1538), 252; 513.
Cossey (Mons de), French amb. to the Low Countries (1538), v. Coucy.
Costanza, widow of Cesare Fragoso, 335–6, 521–6.
-, message of, to the marq. del Gasto, ibid.
-, dau. of Pope Paul, v. Farnese.
Coucy (Jaques de), sieur de Vervins, French amb. to the Low Countries (1538), 9 n., 25 n.
Council General of the Church, 138, 160, 354, 389, 391.
-, Henry insisting, through his amb. Wyatt, that nothing is to be undertaken against him at the future (July 1538), 3.
-, -, and upon the Emp. taking an engagement to that effect, ibid.
-, -, Granvelle answering him that the demand is unreasonable, ibid.
-, ambassadors from the du. of Saxony and langraf of Hesse to Francis, asking him not to consent to the, 7.
-, k. Henry working against its meeting, 47, 68.
-, -, asking that it may not be held at Cambray, 65.
-, -, if he is to make alliance with the Emp., 68.
-, the Emp. to promise that nothing injurious or detrimental to Henry shall be said or acted in the, 65, 67.
-, the k. of England fears nothing so much as the meeting of the, 75.
-, three motions in Consistory respecting the (Apr. 1539), 142.
-, -, the majority of the cardinals voting at first for the opening, ibid.
-, -, -, some for the suspension, and others for the closing, 142, 168.
-, Card. Santa Croce being sent to Vicenza to announce its prorogation, 143.
-, -, though the Pope, as it is rumoured, has almost decided for the closing, ibid.
-, its prorogation officially announced, ibid.
-, the Pope's reasons for proceeding slowly with it, and waiting for events, 157.
-, the Emp. agrees to the suspension, though recommending its speedy assembly as the only remedy in matters of Faith (July 1539), 168.
-, Pope Paul to be officially informed that the Emp. and his brother, Ferdinand, have never ceased to advocate for and recommend the meeting of a (Sept. 1539), 186.
-, Granvelle's mission to Rome concerning the meeting of the (Nov. 1541), 396–9.
-, -, the question debated with cardinals Farnese and Santa Croce, 398.
-, Pope Paul strongly objecting to the, being held in Germany, 597.
-, -, not even in Trent, because of its being an Imperial fief, ibid.
-, -, Mantua, Ferrara, and even Cambray proposed, ibid.
-, -, to select Mautua would be offensive to the Separatists, 398.
-, -, the proposition rejected by Granvelle and Aguilar as equally offensive to the Catholics and Separatists of Germany, who will not hear of the, assembling out of their country, 399.
-, -, Cambray, though an Imperial city, will not do either, ibid.
-, -, Ferrara still less, that city being no fief of the Emp. but of Rome, 398.
-, What will the Pope do, asks Granvelle, if k. Francis refuses altogether to go to Cambray? 399.
-, the Pope (said Cardinals Faroeee and Santa Croce to Granvelle) has done everything in his power to promote the meeting of the, ibid.
-, a report of the conference submitted to Paul by cards. Farnese and Santa Croce, 401.
-, the Pope's unsatisfactory and vague answer to the questions asked by the Imp. commissioners, 401–2.
-, If peace cannot otherwise be secured, the only remedy is the meeting of a (said the Pope to Granvelle), 401.
-, -, I promise that the induction will be fixed for the Pentecostes of 1542; 405.
-, k. Henry's Privy, 281–4, 296–8, 304, 307, 334, 343–4, 347, 349, 351–2, 406, 421, 482, 439, 444–5, 449, 451, 457–8, 463, 477, 479, 481, 483, 496, Int. vii.
-, -, Chapuys in the (June 1541), 332.
-, -, -, discussing the treaty of closer alliance, 332–3.
-, -, the principal members of k. Henry's, obtaining permission to go to their own houses in the country for change of air (Oct. 1541), 375.
-, -, Chapuys in the, presided over by the K. in person (April 1542), 497–505.
-, -, clerk of, friend of Chapuys, and in frequent communication with him, 408, 409, 429, 462; v. Paget.
-, -, hall or rooms of the, 21, 384, 406, Int. xiv.
-, the Emp.'s Privy, in Spain, Consejo de Estado, 348, 352, 415, 535.
-, -, deliberation of the, on general politics (Dec. 1538), 87–95.
-, -, consultations at Toledo for writing despatches to Italy (April 1539), 52.
-, -, -, on the league against the Turk (Sept 1539), 84, 86.
-, -, -, on Paul's proposals conveyed by Card. Farnese (July 1539), 167–70.
-, -, its members (said k. Henry to Chapuys) so immeasurably proud that they do not care a fig for the rest of the World (Feb. 1541), 437.
-, -, -, indeed, they would rather that the Emp. got rid of Flanders than have him go thither so often, and spend so much treasure, ibid.
-, of the Indies (Consejo da las Indias), to deliberate and report on certain proposals of Hernando Pizarro respecting the grant in money demanded by the Emp. from Peru (June 1540), 241–2.
-, of Castillo (Conseja de Camara), 366.
-, of Regency, 171 n.
-, of Finances (de Hacienda), 271.
-, of State in Flanders, 63 n., 848.
-, -, members of, appointed to treat with Henry's deputies, 350.
-, -, two of its members (said Norfolk to Chapuys' sec.) so decidedly French in their inclinations that they will do everything in their power to prevent the Emp. and k. Henry from making an alliance (Aug. 1541), 358.
-, -, how composed, 515.
-, of Pregay, in Venice, 329.
-, of the Ten (Dieci), 117.
-, Francis' Privy, gives opinion on the projected treaty of League against the Turk, 203.
-, -, -, the negociations for it to be carried out in his and the Emp.'s name exclusively of the Pope, the Venetians, or any other power (Oct. 1539), 204.
-, of the Grand Turk at Constantinople, 231.
Councillors, Henry's. Two of them (the Admiral and the lord Privy Seal) calling on Chapuys to ascertain what may be the object of the audience he has applied for (Oct. 1540), 281, 384, 464.
-, -, said to be favorably disposed to forward his views (Dec. 1540), 295.
-, -, Chapuys' negociations with the, 281, 296–8, 332, 343–4.
-, -, the majority in favor of the revocation of the statute on trade, 327.
-, -, most of them out of town (Aug. 1541), 343–4, 349.
-, -, -, the rest away with the K., 357.
-, -, one, strongly rebuked by Chapuys (Aug. 1541), 353.
-, -, summoned to return; meet in the Chancellor's rooms (12 Aug.), ibid.
-, -, three appointed to treat with Chapuys—the bps. of Durham and Westminster, and Sir Ralph Saddler, 497.
-, -, -, invite him to dinner (April 1542), ibid.
-, -, -, dine next day at the Imp. embassy, ibid.
-, -, -, examine his powers and proceed with the nogociation of the treaty, 498.
-, the Emp.'s, in Spain; prefer the despatches to be written in Spanish, 425.
-, -, state their opinion that the Emp. is not bound to observe the commercial treaties with England, 352.
-, one of k. Francis', writes to Marillac (July 1541), 341.
Courrieres, sieur de, v. Montmorency (Philippe de).
-, Bavarian. One from Münk, in Bavaria, to Rome in six days (Jan. 1539), 106.
-, English. Several despatched to Spain to recall sec. Mason (Jan. 1541), 308.
-, -, several of k. Henry's despatched to France in great haste (July 1541), 342.
-, -, one express sent by the Privy Council to k. Henry (11 Aug. 1541), 353.
-, Florentine. One of Cosmo de'Medici to the Emp. (Jan. 1542), 459.
-, French. One from France to Rome, 322.
-, -, several from England to France sent in succession by Marillac (May 1541), 320.
-, -, -, his own cousin among them, ibid.
-, Imperial. Several, going to England by France, detained, 369.
-, -, one taking instructions and powers for Chapuys to go to Calais by sea, and thence to Guisnes (March 1542), 480.
-, -, -, should he meet with French cruisers, he is to throw his despatches into the sea, ibid.
-, Portuguese. One of k. Dora Joaõ of Portugal takes to Spain Granvelle's report of his negociations at Rome (Dec. 1541), 414.
-, -, one from the French amb. in Venice to k. Francis concerning Rincon's mission to the Turk (July 1541), 340.
-, Roman. One from Pope Paul to the Emp. (Aug. 1538), 34.
Courtney (Henry), marq. of Exeter, 334, Int. x, xi.
Courtray (dep. Nord, France), let. dated from, 137.
Covos, High Commander, v. Cobos.
Cowbridge, between Gnisnes and Ardres, in Picardy; possession of, disputed between the English and French, Int. xix; v. Cauchoire, La.
Cranmer (Thomas), abp. of Canterbury, dares no longer open his mouth in favor of Cromwell (June 1540), 539.
-, his intervention in q. Catharine Howard's case (June 1541), 384, 549, Int x.
Cremona, in Lombardy, bp. of, v. Sfondrato, 424, 550.
Crestien, v. Christina of Denmark.
Croix (Mons. de la), v. Cruz (Antonio de la).
Cromwell (Sir Thomas, lord), Henry's lord Privy Seal, 17–9, 40–4, 05, 69, 594, Int. vi, xii–iii, xvii–viii.
-, addresses a let. to Mary in the K.'s name, 25.
-, -, as if it were an answer to one written by her complaining of the Emp.'s indifference in the matter of her marriage, ibid.
-, his conferences with Chapuys, 51–3.
-, apparently in favor of Henry marrying the do. du. of Milan, 53.
-, -, though he has passed many sleepless nights and met with a thousand reproaches on account of it, ibid.
-, his fail, 243, 537–42.
-, his sec, 128.
-, correspondence with German Lutheran princes said to have been found at his house, 540.
-, his arrest and execution, 200, 540.
-, -, account of, by Marillac, Add. and Cor. 540–2.
-, amount of property confiscated from, 540.
-, no titles to he given to him in conversation or writing, 541.
-, not to be called otherwise than Thomas "the Shearer of Cloth," ibid.
Croy (Eustace de), a, Belgian, pension to (1538), 58.
-, (Philippe de), du. d'Aarshot, lord high chamberlain to the Emp. in Flanders, 52, 63 n., 127, 132, 223.
-, -, appointed commissioner to treat with the English ambs. (Nov. 1538), 79.
Cruz (Ana de la), 271–2; v. Ponce de Leon.
-, (Antonio dela), v. Albret (Antoine d').
-, (Mous. Antoine de la), natural son of Henri I. d'Albret, 248, 272, 544; v. Albret (Antoine).
Cruzada (Crusade), breves and bulls for the, 122, 154, 157.
Cueva (D. Beltran de la), third du. of Alburquerque, 267, 271 n.
-, (D. Diego de la), his business at Rome (Jan. 1539), 224.
-, (Da. Maria), daughter of D. Beltran, du. d'Alburquerque, and wife of the co. d'Ureña, 271 n.
-, (D. Pedro de la) high commander of Alcantara, 267, 278.
-, (?) (D. Pedro), 276, 278–9, v. Guerra.
Curbino, v. Cherubino.
Çunoguera (D. Miguel de), taken prisoner at Avignon, 426.
Çoruoea (Martin), Imp. consul in Venice 147 n.
Çuñiga, v. Zuñiga.