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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Dacres of Shenstanceaux, (Hurstmonceaux?) lord, nephew of the du. of Norfolk; a cousin of q. Catherine Howard; twenty-three years old, well-conditioned and a man of letters; executed (June 1541), 3345.
Dade, v. Agde d.'.
Daghilara, v. Aguilar (marq. d').
-, the Venetians arming in (June 1539), 166.
Dampley (Adam), Int. xiii.
Dantzig, in Prussia, 61.
Dardanells (the castles), on the passage from the Mediterranean into the sea of Marmara, 229.
Darfort, co., v. Hertford.
Dargot, the Corsair, v. Dragut.
Datary at Rome, Paul's, v. Ardinghello, Capo di Ferro; Jacobazzi.
Davalos (Andrs), "corregidor" of Cartagena, 377.
Davalos d'Aquino (Alfonso), marq. del Vasto and Pescara, gov. of Milan, 901, 137, 139, 1923, 217, Int. xxvii.
-, -, goes to Genoa to visit Andrea Doria, 140.
-, -, about to leave for Venice, 203, 205.
-, -, arrives and negotiates with the Venetians (Nov. 1539), 203, 209, 217.
-, -, leaves Milan for Genoa on a visit to prince Doria (Nov. 1540), 211.
-, -, reprimanded for his prodigality and costly living (1540), 267.
-, -, challenged by a Spanish officer named Quiones (Feb. 1541), 309.
-, -, his opinion on the quartering of the Span, infantry (Dec. 1541), 416.
-, -, seriously implicated in the murder of Fragoso and Rincon, 338, 340, 523.
-, -, -, which he is said to hare ordered, 523, 552.
-, -, -, various opinions on that point, Int. xxvii-xxix.
-, -, wife of, v. Aragon.
-, -, lets, to the Emp., 16970.
-, -, -, from du. Cosmo, 140.
-, (Ferrante or Fernando), marq. de Pescara, Imp. general in Italy (d. 3 Dec. 1525), alluded, Add. and Cor. 536, Int. xxvii.
-, -, his wife, the marchioness, v. Colonna (Vittona), ibid.
Debitis, i.e. deputy, 137 n., Int. xii n.
-, of Calais, v. Lisle and Plantagenet.
Decimas, the tithe, granted by Paul to the Venetians, 427.
Dencaster, v. Doncaster.
Denia, town of Valencia (Spain), 245 n.
-, marq. de, v. Sandoval y Rojas (D. Bernardo de).
Denmark, k. of, v. Christiern and Frederic.
-, princess of, v. Christiana and Dorothea.
Denmark and Norway, 57, 61, 436.
-, the right to the crowns of, to be made over by Dorothea to her sister Christina, in the event of the latter being married to Henry VIII. (1538), 59, 603.
-, should k. Henry become k. of, by his marriage to Christina, care should be taken that his son or sons should not incorporate those kingdoms in the crown of England, 612.
Derby, earl of, v. Stanley.
Derham (Francis), gentleman usher to q. Catharine Howard's apartments, 384.
-, confesses his guilt, 408.
-, tried (Dec. 1541), ibid.
-, -, sentenced and executed, ibid.
-, erroneously called Durem and Durham.
Descalzas Reales, convent of nuns at Madrid, founded by Joanna, 549.
Destampes, v. Etampes and Pisselen.
Devereux (Sir Walter), v. Ferreys.
Diana, natural daughter of Henri III., k. of France, married to Horazio Farnese, Add and Cor. 533.
Diaz (Ruy), about to sail for the Algiers expedition (1541), 273.
Dires, island close to Marseilles, v. Hires.
Diechsristein, co., councillor in Flanders, 152.
Diets, the German. Should the Separatists get the uppermost in Germany, they are sure to out-vote the Catholics in the, 78, 355.
-, one to be held at Posen, in Hungary, of the subjects of k. Ferdinand and those of the Waywode (Feb. 1539), 119.
-, Henry fears not the decisions of the, 304.
-, -, as long as the Emp. attends them, ibid.
-, the Pope, however, much afraid of them (May 1521), 3223.
-, one of Francis' privy councilors writes a letter to Marillac concerning the, 341.
-, -, where (says he) the Emp. could not obtain assistance against the du. of Clvcs, 345.
-, should the result of the, be favorable to Germany, Pope Paul is sure to take the part of France, 341.
-, that of Augsburg, 286, 304, 389.
-, of Francfort, 305.
-, of Regensburg, 304, 345, 389.
-, of Spiers, 389, 400, 404, 432, 461.
-, of Worms, Granvelle going to, as the Emp.'s representative, v. Worms.
Dijon, in Burgundy, provost of, 14.
D'Inteville (Jean), bailli of Troyes; French amb. in England; sent by Francis to Rome, 1 n., 176.
Dobla, v. Dover.
Dodieu (Claude), sieur de Velly, French amb. at the court of Charles, 521, Int. xxii.
-, (Guillaume), his cousin, 113, 521.
-, -, in Rome (Feb. 1539), 113.
Doncaster, town of Yorkshire, 361.
-, prior of, v. Fetherston.
Doria (Andrea), prince of Melfi; admiral of the Imp. fleet, 367, 54, 879, 139, 161, 1634, 197, 209, 291.
-, -, in Genoa (July 1538), 13.
-, -, sails for Messina (Aug. 1538), ibid.
-, -, to pass the winter at Melfi (Naples), 889.
-, -, enters Rome (16th Jan. 1539), and has a conference with the Pope, 1067, 112.
-, -, hated by the Venetians, owing principally to his being a Genoese, 106.
-, -, -, accused by them of having acted badly in the Castilnovo affair, 116.
-, -, Barbarossa's offers submitted to, 1167.
-, -, his opinion of them, 2101.
-, -, -, and of the maritime armaments against the Turk, 197, 214.
-, -, ordered to go to Barcelona, 198.
-, -, visited by Gasto (Apr. 1539), 140.
-, -, in Naples, 170.
-, -, at Civitta Vecchia, 172.
-, -, at the taking of Susa and Monestir on the Barbary coast, 293.
-, -, again in Genoa (Jan. 1540), 107, 209, 211, 214.
-, -, pawns his plate for the pay of his galleys, 211.
-, -, providing to the defence of Castilnovo, 153.
-, -, sails for the Levant, 217.
-, -, sends Joannetino in search of the corsair Dragut, 243.
-, -, anchors at Messina (July 1540), ibid.
-, -, expected at Genoa on his return from the Algiers expedition (Dec. 1541), 414.
-, (Joannetino, Juan, Giovannino), sea captain, nephew of Andrea, and his lieutenant (153941), 107.
-, -, report of his being a prisoner of Barbarossa (July 1539), 172.
-, -, -, which turns out untrue, for he was safe at Messina with his 20 galleys in July 1539, 173.
-, -, -, and had already relieved Castilnovo, ibid.
-, -, in Rome with despatches from the Emp. (Feb. 1532), 212.
Dormer (Sir Michael), lord Mayor of London (1541); present at the co. of Salisbury's execution, with 150 notable persons (27th May), 331.
Dorothea of Denmark, dau. of Christiern II., k. of Denmark and Norway, and wife of the Palatine Frederic, 3, 59 n., 66.
-, her rights to the crown after her father's death, 60, 66, 68.
-, -, to be made over to her sister Christina, in case of the latter being married to Henry VIII., 66, 68.
Dorset, marq. of, v. Grey.
Doubloons, false, in circulation, 279, 292.
Dover, k. Henry at (Sept. 1538), 39, 41.
-, -, attending to the repair of the harbour and fortifications (March 1541), 3145.
-, -, again going thither in April 1542, 508.
-, -, -, and perhaps also to Calais for the same purpose, ibid.
-, -, wherever he goes (writes Francis to his amb.) the King's movements must be closely watched, ibid.
-, castle of, 40.
Dragut (Arraez), the Corsair, 243.
Duarte (Francisco), proveditor (proveedor) to the Imperial fleet, 878, 89, 122, 274, 291, 293.
-, let. of cap. Vergara to, on his visit to Barbarossa, 107.
Dubrines Los, German family in the service of Alessandro de' Medici; said to have advised Margaret of Austria to quit Florence, 162.
Dunkerke, Dunkirque, Dunkerk, in Flanders, 42, 135.
-, Eng. deputies to meet the Belgian at, 60.
-, a deputation from the people of, comes to England, 334, 346.
-, lieut.-governor of, orders to the, respecting the route to be taken by the English ambs. in Flanders, returning home (March 1539), 136.
Duranti, bp., sent by Paul III. to visit the Emp's. dau. Margaret, already married to Ottavio Farnese (Aug. 1540), 252.
Durazzo, in European Turkey, 56.
Durem, v. Derham.
Durham, bp. of, v. Tunstall.
Duynekerke, v. Dunkirke.
Dyon, Diyon, v. Dijon.
Dyonisius Beneventanus (Magister), general of the Order of the Servites; created card., 208, 536.