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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Faber (John), bp. of Vienna, in Austria; declaration of, at the preparatory meeting of the diet of Spires, 519.
Faenza, in the Rom. States, bp. of, v. Pio da Carpi.
Faith, matters of; alluded, 138, 159, 192.
-, memorandum on, in Germany and England, 186.
-, -, drawn up by Riccio and Poggio and presented to the Emp.'s Privy Council (Sept. 1539), ibid.
Faraja (La?), in Cephalonia, Barbarossa's fleet infesting (Oct. 1538), 58.
Faraute, Span, word, meaning an "interpreter," 229.
Farfa, abbot of, v. Orsino (Napoleone).
Farnese Family, at Rome, 36, 55, 138, 141, 219, 266, 273.
-, (Pope Alessandro), 1534–50, v. Paul III.
-, (card. Alessandro), son of Pier Luigi, and grandson of Pope Paul (b. 1529, card. 1534, d. March 1589), 55, 165, 186, 214, 355, 397, 406, 422, 428, 519, 527, 533.
-, -, to Spain as Papal Legate, to condole on the death of the Empress, and discuss certain political matters, (April 1539), 141, 147, 157, 159.
-, -, -, also bearer of instructions on a most important point, that of Vittoria's marriage, 158.
-, -, arrives there (June 1539), 167.
-, -, negociates, 158,168–70, 218.
-, -, the abbey of Il Parco in Sicily given to (May 1539), 153, 157.
-, -, appointed protector of Germany (?), 138, 281, 286.
-, -, in Paris at the same time as the Emp. (Jan. 1540), 214.
-, -, returns from his Legatine mission (June 1539), 243.
-, -, gov. (prefetto) of Rome, 263.
-, -, his sec, v. Marcello.
-, -, to preside over a meeting of learned ecclesiastics in France, and report on the League, the Council, and other matters requiring the intervention of the Apostolic See, 206.
-, -, to go afterwards to Flanders and reside at the Emp.'s court, 207.
-, -, and Card. Santa Croce (Marcelo Cervini) holding conferences with Aguilar and Granvelle at Rome (Nov. 1541), 386–9, 396–406.
-, -, -, Granvelle's report of those conferences with, 208.
-, (Signora Costanza), Paul III.'s daughter; wife, 1o, of Bosio Sforza, co. de Santafiore; 2o, of Stefano Colonna, prince of Palestrina, 140 n., 161, 208, 225, 291, Add. and Cor. 530–1, 533.
-, -, her sons, 55.
-, -, her daughter, 156.
-, -, her son-in-law dies (Nov. 1540), 291,; v. Orgino (Girolamo).
-, (Horacio), du. of Castro, brother of Ottavio (d. 1553), 160, 533.
-, -, Pope Paul intending at first to invest him with the duchy of Camarino, 160.
-, (Ottavio), son of Pier Luigi, 2, 49 n, 51, 55, 91, 131, 155 n., 530–1, 533.
-, -, marries Margaret, the Emp.'s natural dau., 51, 55, 91, 99.
-, -, his matrimonial life anything but happy, 164, 225, 287.
-, -, his night excursions through the streets of Rome masked and accompanied by ruffians, 218.
-, -, promising fair to be his father's heir in vice, ibid.
-, -, Paul's attempt to keep back the 300,000 due. of Margaret's dower, and give to, her husband, the duchy of Camarino instead, 153.
-, -, -, the offer rejected, ibid.
-, -, a separation, or even a dissolution of the marriage, proposed, 165.
-, -, Margaret, his wife, to go to her estates in Naples, 138.
-, -, he himself to Flanders or Spain, wherever the Emp. may be, 216, 268.
-, -, is to leave Rome anyhow, lest the existing causes for matrimonial dissent should increase, 216, 218.
-, -, vain attempts at reconciliation, 218.
-, -, indisposed (Oct. 1540), 280.
-, -, appointed "Capitano della Casa" (lord High Steward, to the Emp.?), 427.
-, -, visits the Emp., 428–9.
-, -, the duchy of Camarino, a fief of the Church, given to, 428.
-, -, the Pope, his grandfather, wishing him to be employed by the Emp. in military matters, 429.
-, -, -, as general of the Ital. or Span, infantry, or of the light horse, ibid.
-, -, his sister, Vittoria, v. Farnese (Vittoria).
-, -, visits the Emp. in Spain (?), 428–9.
-, (Pier Luigi), du. of Castro, son of Pope Paul, 2 n., 55 n., 91,138–9, 155 n., 158, 225, 532–3.
-, -, at Genoa with the Emp., 364.
-, -, returns to Rome, 406.
-, -, his wife, v. Orsini (Hieronima).
-, (Ranuccio), abp. of Ravenna (1530–65), 153.
-, (Vittoria), dau. of Pier Luigi; vain attempts of Pope Paul to have her married in France, 58–9, 139, 287, 289, Int. vii; v. Marriage.
-, -, -, to the son of the du. de Vendôme, 58, 287.
-, -, -, to the prince of Orange, 175.
-, -, -, to Cosmo de' Medici, 59, 139.
-, -, -, to the son of the du. of Guise, 286–7, Int. viii.
-, -, -, to Emmanuele Philiberto, son of the du. of Savoy (Carlo), 169.
-, -, -, to the son of Ascanio Colonna (Fabricio?), 59, 139.
-, -, ultimately married to Guidobaldo, du. of Urbino, 131 n.
Farrington, v. Cook.
Faulx Villain, nickname given by the French amb. (Marillac) to k. Henry's lord Privy Seal (Sir William Fitz William), 504n.
Favernay, abbé de, v. Perrenot and Champagney.
Feltre, in the Tyrol, bp. of, v. Campeggio (Laurencio).
Fenelle (?), a damsel of q. Catharine Howard's Privy Chamber; sent to the Tower (Nov. 1541), 384.
Ferdinand (Fernando), k. of Aragon (1479–516), married to Isabel de Castilla. 445 n., 545.
-, k. of the Romans, 3, 34, 36, 45, 64–6, 65–6, 93, 101, 103, 111–2, 147, 157, 168, 176, 180, 186, 200, 208, 246, 323, 342, 344 n., 348, 389, 400, 403, 414, 416, 420, 423, 425, 460, 514–8, 526.
-, -, his truce with Zapolsky, 113.
-, -, opposing the confirmation at Rome of the five Hungarian bps., 152.
-, -, to be helped against the Turk, 348, 375.
-, -, his ambs. at Rome, v. Lasso de Castilla.
Feris, v. Ferreys.
Fernandez de Velasco (D. Pedro) IV. co. de Haro; II. du. de Frias; high constable of Castille; his servant or sec. takes lets, from Rome to Spain, 223.
Fernando, v. Ferdinand.
-, (Don), v. Gonzaga (Ferrante).
Fernés, v. Farnese.
Fernesia Casa, 138 n.; v. Farnese Family.
Ferrara, duchy of, 57; the Pope's agreement with Gonzaga respecting the, and the cession of Modena (Jan. 1539), 107.
-, city of, proposed by Paul for the place of meeting of the General Council, 397.
-, du. of, v. Este (Alfonso and Hercole).
-, card, of, v. Este (Ippolite d').
Ferrat Agá, a eunuch of Barbarossa, 229.
Ferrer (Beltran). Catalonian merchant residing in Venice; the Emp.'s faithful subject (April 1539), 146.
Ferreys (Sir Walter Devereux), knight of the Garter, meets the Imp. ambs., Chapuys and Mendoza, 17.
Fetherston, Fedrestone (Richard) [prior of Doncaster?], Mary's schoolmaster, executed (June 1540), 542.
Feu Vullien, v. Fitz William.
Figueroa, v. Suarez de Figueroa.
Firenze, v. Florence.
Fitz Gerald (lord Thomas), earl of Kildare (the young count of); escapes from prison, and crosses over to France, 334.
-, -, and thence to Liège, ibid.
Fitz William (Sir William), admiral of England (1538); lord Privy Seal (1540–2); earl of Southampton (1537); 281,285, 409, 416, 431–2, 446, 493, 497, Int. x.
-, on familiar terms with Chapuys, and taking to him occasional messages from the K., 297, 299, 393–6, 419, 421, 463.
-, Sir John Wallop a prisoner at the house of, 314.
-, to be sent to Calais for the delimitation of the English frontier in Picardy (1 May 1541), 320.
-, takes his departure, accompanied by the Admiral (Russel) and the earl of Surrey (May 1541), 323.
-, made knight of the Garter (May 1541), 324.
-, his conferences with Chapuys, 393–6, 406, 409.
-, succeeds Cromwell as lord Privy Seal (June 1541), 539, 540.
-, nickname given to, by Marillac, v. Faulx Villain.
-, knows better his master's nature and temper than any man in England, 493.
-, showing great attachment to the Emp., ibid.
-, -, not less than the King's sec., Wriothesley, ibid.
Flanders; 24, 35–6, 39, 41, 104, 114, 142, 174, 295, 351, 369, 407, 420–2, 437–8, 444–7, 450.
-, the intercourse of trade between, and England to be stopped, 176.
-, Imp. subjects in, to be assisted by k. Francis during the Emp.'s projected expedition to Algiers (1539), 513.
-, the Emp. decides to go to, passing through France (Dec. 1540), 201, 207, 213–4.
-, -, Henry having at the time tried to dissuade him from his undertaking, 447.
-, -, that he might, as Chapuys suspected, have gone thither by sea, and held an interview with him, either at Calais or in London, ibid.
-, and the Low Countries described by k. Henry to Chapuys as in a dangerous position in case of a French invasion, 437.
-, -, few men in them capable of commanding an army in time of war, ibid.
-, -, -, had he (said Henry to Chapuys), shown more docility, and accepted the hand of his dau. Magdalen, k. Francis would have given him a share in his conquest of, as he had done a few years previous, ibid.
-, -, -, that being the reason why the Emp. seems to have decided to make them over, to Francis, ibid.
-, -, -, that he may altogether relinquish his claims on Milan, ibid.
-, Henry's further advice respecting, 447.
-, the q. Regent of, not absolute sovereign in, and therefore cannot dictate measures injurious to its inhabitants, 347.
-, matters not very smooth in (writes Granvelle to the Emp. (14 Dec. 1541), 416.
-, the dominion of, with the hand of princess Maria for the du. of Orleans, offered by the Emp. to Francis, 420–1, 425, 437–8.
-, -, who will not accept, unless the treaty of marriage be signed in Milan, 425.
-, to be invaded by the French, 421, 437, 448.
-, mechanics and workmen of every denomination, natives of, and residing in England ought to be expelled from, 445.
-, -,as they might, in course of time, so multiply and increase as to drive away the English, ibid.
-, -, this opinion of the privy councillors deputed to treat with Chapuys, declared by him to be against the spirit of the commercial treaties, ibid.
-, counts of, alluded, 516.
-, regent of, v. Margaret of Austria, and Mary of Hungary.
-, Half-fruits of the Clergy in, to be applied to the war against the Infidel, 389, 406.
Flandre (Louis de), sieur de Praët, Imp. amb. in England 1523, in France 1534, in Rome 1539, 207–8.
-, at Milan on a secret mission of the Emp. (Jan. 1539), 105.
-, expected in Genoa (April 1539), 140.
-, at Compiegne, in France (Nov. 1539), 201–4,207–8.
-, on a mission to q. Mary of Hungary, 404.
-, let. to the Emp., 92.
Fleet, French, the, in combination with the Turkish, 312.
-, Imperial, 87, 89.
-, -, under D.Bernardino de Mendoza, in Gibraltar waters, 291.
-, -, under Doria, 293.
-, -, -, to join the Venetian, 39.
-, -, under Gonzaga, 293.
-, Portuguese, in the Red Sea, takes possession of various places of the Turk, 293, 339.
-, -, to the coast of Malagueta (Oct.-Nov. 1540), meeting with a terrific storm, 293–4.
-, -, -, causing the loss of various ships, ibid.
-, Turkish, threatening Naples and Sicily, 173.
-, -.under Barbarossa in the Mediterranean (Aug. 1540), 245.
-, -, stranded on the coast of Alexandria, 339.
-, -,part of the, wrecked (1539), 107.
-, -, attempt of the, on Gibraltar, 291.
-, -, -, on the coast of Puglia, 355.
-, Venetian, 37, 88, 92.
-, v. also under Galleys.
Flemings, the, or inhabitants of Flanders, the Emp.'s subjects, 305.
-, at variance with the English in matters of trade; Int. xviii.
-, great injury done to ten or twelve of them residing in London, 379.
-, -, Chapuys application for redress (Nov. 1541), ibid.
-, a great number of, and other subjects of the Emp. expelled from England, 445.
Flemish, commissioners, appointed to discuss the treaty of commerce of 1520 between England and Flanders, 446.
-, neglect to introduce in it a most important clause favorable to the Low Countries, 446–7.
Florence (Firenze), in Tuscany, the Signory or Republic of, 5, 525.
-, territory of, 50, 55.
-, to be attacked by the French as well as Naples (Dec. 1640), 298.
-, city, the castle of, to be strengthened (July 1538), 5.
-, conspiracy of the Strozzi at (1537), 14.
-, the do. du. of, Margaret in, 164.
-, under du. Cosmo de' Medici, 217, 415.
-, another attempt upon, to be made by the Strozzi (July 1539), 339.
-, grant of liberties to, by the Emp., alluded, 441.
-, dukes of, v. Medici.
-, let. from, 140.
Florenges (dep. Moselle, France), 13.
Florentines, said to have offered a large sum of money to the Emp. if he will not restore their city to the Medici, 441.
-, sec. of, v. Ambassadors.
Florez (Fath. Enrique), austin friar, his "Reynas Catholicas de España" (Madrid, 1770), quoted, 157 n., Int. xxiv n.
Foglieta, Foglietta (Agostino), Roman lawyer, 543.
Fonseca (Antonio), bp. of Jaen, 531.
Fontftinebleau, 213, 255, 370.
-, lets. dated from, 212, 215.
Fontegrant, convent of nuns at, 529.
Formes, Marillac's cousin, 320, 367, 471.
Forne(?) (Tbomasso di) (1540),recommended by the marq. del Gasto to Granvelle, 268.
Fossombrone, in the Roman States, Add. and Cor. 536.
-, bp. of, v. Ardinguelli.
Fragoso (Cesare), a Genoese, 37; sent by k. Francis to Constantinople, not so well received at the court of France as he formerly was (Dec. 1538), 78.
-, -, yet sent again as amb. to Turkey, 166.
-, spied on his return from Constantinople, 335–6, 359.
-, -, and murdered, together with Rincon, the Spaniard at the confluence of the Ticino and the Pò by soldiers from the garrison of Pavia, 338, 476.
-, -, -, their case considered by Francis a most flagrant infraction of the truce, 339, 361.
-, -, -, submitted by Francis to the Pope, 521.
-, -, -, -, and to k. Henry also, 455–6.
-, -, -, -, who gives an evasive answer thereupon, 455.
-, could not be called either a subject or a vassal of the Emp., 456.
-, -, whereas Rincon was a native of Spain and a deserter, ibid.
-, his wife, v. Costanza.
-, his brother, 371, 332.
-, his lieutenant, 336.
-, his servant, interrogated by Gasto concerning his master's case, ibid.
-, -, relates what happened, ibid.
-, -, Idiaquez' report to the Emp., 172.
Fraile (El), the friar of Hungary (?). After leaving a garrison at Buda in Hungary, Solyman returns to Constantinople, taking with him (Oct. 1541), 374.
-, -, proposing, conjointly with bp. Statilius, a settlement of the differences between k. Ferdinand and the waywod of Transylvania (Dec. 1541), 419.
-, de Roma, v. Pallavicino, the Friar.
France, kingdom of, 346, 351, 410.
-, royal family of, 235.
-, all newly imposed war taxes in the, to be suspended by the K.'s order, as a proof of his willingness to abide by the truce of Nizza (Aug. 1538), 10.
-, insecurity on the part of, and bad prospects from Germany and England said by the Pope to be the cause of his not fulfilling his engagements towards the League (April 1539), 137.
-, the Emp. determines to go to Flanders through, 191, 195–6, 206–7, 209.
-, -, and to hold an interview with k. Francis, 203, 206.
-, -, -, at which no political affairs whatever are to be introduced, ibid.
-, pensions paid by, to k. Henry, 4, 354, 434.
-, -, arrears of, to be done away with (writes k. Francis to Marillac), or else to be considered as the marriage portion of Dame Marie on her marriage to the du. of Orleans, 354.
-, bad state of finances in, 434.
-, Don Francisco Maurique's report of his embassy to (Oct. 1541), 197.
-, king of, v. Francis I.
-, High Constable of, v. Montmorency.
-, Grand Master of, v. Montmorency.
-, High Admiral of, v. Brion-Chabot.
-, High Chancellor, v. Prat, and Du Bourg.
-, Eng. ambs. in, v. Bryant, Walop, Howard, &c.
-, Imp. ambs. in, v. Bonvallot, Scepperus, Marvol, St. Vincent.
Franche-Comte, in Burgundy; the French boasting that the Emp. has offered the, to them, 438.
Francis I., k. of France (1515–47), 28, 40, 57, 93, 99, 72–5, 142, 289, 338–9, 341, 388–9, 370–1, 387, 390–2, 395, 397, 399, 400, 406–7, 410–1, 421–2, 425, 426–7, 433,454–6.
-, reconciled with the Emp. (Aug. 1538), 4.
-, -, and ready to please him in all matters, 6–9, 13–4.
-, suspends all the war taxes newly imposed in his kingdom, 10.
-, -, revokes the statute of 1537, levying heavy duties on Spanish silks, ibid.
-, -, -, all to prove how ready he is to observe the truce, ibid.
-, interview between, and q. Mary proposed (Aug. 1538), 12, 15.
-, should the Emp. consent to part with Milan, which belongs evidently to him, would help him in all his undertakings, 72.
-, is ready to stake his person and kingdom for the service of God and Christendom (Dec. 1538), 74.
-, and to join his forces to the Emp.'s against the Infidel, ibid.
-, -, said to be all the time negociating with the German princes, ibid.
-, -, -, and helping the du. of Clèves to retain the duchy of Ghelders, ibid.
-, has always forbidden the du. of Clèves to make a stir against the Emp. (said Brion-Chabot to q. Mary), 75.
-, is willing to help to the reduction of the German Separatists, 78.
-, and of k. Henry also, whose estrangement from the Church richly deserves the Papal censures, ibid.
-, willing to receive card. Pole at his court (Jan. 1539), ibid.
-, -, and to follow the Emp.'s steps with regard to England, ibid.
-, absent from Paris (Jan. 1539), ibid.
-, speaking abusively of k. Henry, whose acts he detests (Jan. 1539), 101.
-, asks for a cardinal's hat for the abp. of Orleans, a relative of Mme. d'Etampes, 113.
-, -, intimating to the Pope that he intends to be treated in that particular as other princes have been before him, ibid.
-, his wavering and inconstant humour not to be depended upon (said Paul to Doria, Feb. 1539), 112.
-, unwilling to help to the expedition against the Turk (said Pope Paul to Aguilar), k., will do everything in his power to prevent it (Feb. 1539), 113.
-, orders Castillon to quit England (March 1539), 142.
-, will be glad (said his amb. to the Pope) to forbid his subjects to trade with England, provided the Emp. does the same (April 1539), 142–3.
-, his ministers in Germany having done little or nothing in the way of obtaining an agreement between Catholics and Separatists (June), 159.
-, -, from which Pope Paul concludes that he is no longer the Emp.'s friend, ibid.
-, Pope Paul writing to his Nuncio in France, to ascertain, if possible, what he, and the Emp. are treating about, 210.
-, his negociations with the Emp., principally directed towards the acquisition of Milan, 159, 235–40, 278.
-, -, for himself or for his son, the du. of Orleans, 239.
-, the terms and words of his instructions to his ambs. at the Imp. court in May 1540, said to have been unusually intemperate and acrimonious, 235.
-, -, the Emp.'s answer to them, through St. Vincent and Peloux, 236–40.
-, staying at Chantilly, one of the High Constable's seats (Aug. 1539), 176.
-, gives the Imp. amb. audience (Aug, 1539), 178, 180–1.
-, complains to him of the many lies published about his personal feelings and acts. 179.
-, -, chiefly by the Papal Nuncio, [Carpi], ibid.
-, -, is not a man to say one thing for the other, ibid.
-, -, will soon let the World know that such falsehoods about his person are exceedingly displeasing to him, 179.
-, -, the Pope takes little care of the public weal, and thinks of nothing save the aggrandizement of his family, ibid.
-, -, his disagreement with Paul assuming great proportions, ibid.
-, offers his assistance against the Turk, or else to induce him to a general peace with Christendom, 194.
-, -, in case of refusal, to join his forces to those of the Emp.'s and attack the Infidel in his own dominions, ibid.
-, -, but in making such offers (the Emp. remarks in his secret instructions to Zuñiga), K., counts no doubt upon certain matters being settled in his favor, ibid.
-, -, -, otherwise he would not come forward with such alacrity, ibid.
-, in bad health (Oct. 1539), 203.
-, -, and needing q. Eleonor's assistance more than ever, ibid.
-, holding his court at Comniegne (Nov. 1539), 204.
-, ready to co-operate with the Pope and the Emp. against England, 208.
-, goes out to meet the Emp., ibid.
-, -, in a chaise, owing to his being unable to ride, 212.
-, -, meets him at Loches (12 Dec. 1540), ibid.
-, -, receives him in Paris, ibid.
-, suffering from acute pains in the stomach (Aug. 1540), 254.
-, chiefly caused by his too great indulgence in the pleasures of the chase, ibid.
-, holding frequent conferences with card. Tournon, 255.
-, his damsels, ibid.
-, the Imp. amb. obtaining from one of them reliable information respecting his future plans (Aug. 1540), ibid.
-, makes a league with the dus. of Clèves and Saxony, and the landgraf of Hesse-Cassel for the defence of Ghelders, 276–7.
-, aiming exclusively at the possession of Milan, not for the du. of Orleans, as before, but for himself (Oct. 1540), 273.
-, a rumour of his trying to procure bills on Germany for the purpose of raising troops there, 280.
-, his practices with the Pope, the Venetians, and the Turk, being a sign that he contemplates making war, 282.
-, his agents abroad doing bad offices everywhere (Jan. 1539), 293.
-, -, especially in Hungary and at Constantinople with the Turk, ibid.
-, will be glad of the truce being prorogued until he himself is in a condition to break it, for he has no money at present (Nov. 1541), 381.
-, the murder of Fragoso and Rincon, his ambs. to the Turk, made the excuse for for breaking the truce of Nizza, 335–9, 345, 355, 360, 363, 371, 382, 521.
-, proposes to Venice an alliance against the Emp. (July 1541), 338, 437.
-, -, the proposition rejected, ibid.
-, -, even if the Venetians were to be ruined through it (said some senators to Mendoza), the Signory will remain the Emp.'s friend throughout, ibid.
-, intending to invade the Low Countries in the spring of 1542, 361.
-, -, -, for he has, as it were, the du. of Clèves under his orders, ibid.
-, almost daily hunting, 371, 383.
-, orders a general muster of his household servants and body guard, 383.
-, -, in order that the Imp. amb. may witness it at Lyons (Nov. 1541), ibid.
-, after the Emp.'s failure at Algiers, renewing his offers of friendship to k. Henry (Dec. 1541), 411.
-, -, lest the English should think that his affection for them has diminished in consequence of that sad event, ibid.
-, interrogated by the Papal Nuncio (Ardinghelli) whether he intends or not to observe the truce made with the Emp., 421.
-, -, returns a rather unsatisfactory answer on that point, ibid.
-, -, intending to declare war in the spring of 1541, and attacking the Emp. on every frontier of his dominions, ibid.
-, -, -, and especially in Flanders, as he counts upon the assistance of the du. of Clèves and other allies of his in those parts, ibid.
-, refuses the offer of a marriage of his son (Charles) to the Emp.'s daughter (Maria), with the dominion of Flanders, 425.
-, -, unless the contract be signed within Milan, ibid.
-, very little chance at all of his keeping the truce, 426.
-, soliciting an interview with k. Henry (Dec. 1511), 435.
-, in close intelligence with the German princes, 437.
-, assures Henry that, notwithstanding the incalculable loss sustained by the Emp. in Africa, he himself is as desirous as ever of the English alliance, 448.
-, preparing to make war on the Emp. (Jan. 1542), 464.
-, makes alliance with the k. of Denmark, ibid.
-, assembles a council to deliberate on the best means of carrying on war against the Emp. (Jan. 1542), ibid.
-, -, Marshal Hannebault's opinion, ibid.
-, -, St, Pol's and the Admiral's (Brion-Chabot), ibid.
-, declaration respecting the truce of Nizza (1539), 252.
-, his ministers, 235, 238.
-, -, his queen v. Eleanor.
-, his sons, (Francis, the Dauphin, Henri, and Charles), v. Valois.
-, -, daughters, v. Magdalen and Margaret.
-, his chancellor, v. Du Bourg and Prat.
-, lets, to the Emp., 79.
-, -, to his amb. in England [Charles de Marillac] (1541), 165, 176, 180, 189, 192, 212, 248.
Franciscans, Order of the; generals of at Rome, v. Lunel and Quiñones.
Frangipani (Francesco II.), bp. of Kolotscha in Hungary (1540–3); amb. of k. John at Rome, 113 n., 116.
Frankfort, the diet of, 180, 305.
-, -, motion said to have been introduced at the, by co. Wilhelm von Furstenberg at the request of k. Francis, 180.
Frederic, co. Palatine of the Rhine, raised to the rank of duke, 3.
-, -, married to Dorothea of Denmark, 59 n.
-, -, in Paris (July 1539), 176.
-, III., du. of Holstein, afterwards k. of Denmark, 62–3, 435–6, 438.
-, -, makes a league with France, 438.
-, -, deputies of, negociating at Spa (April 1542), 487.
-, his uncle, v. Christian I., 436.
French, the, described as generally proud and vainglorious, 27.
-, -, and, as a nation, naturally inclined to deceit (said Chapuys to k. Henry, quoting Mons. de Montreuil), 438.
-, practices and intrigues; allusion to the, in England, 419, 432, 448, 456.
-, -, memorandum of Chapuys on the subject, 223.
-, -, with the Turk, 394.
-, -, in Denmark and Sweden, 433–6.
-, -, in Piedmont (Dec. 1541), 422.
-, turbulent spirit of the, 420.
-, represented as generally opposed to the marriage of the du. of Orleans with the Princess (Mary), 454.
-, -, though apparently wishing for it, ibid.
-, -, their only aim being to deceive k. Henry and make him forsake the Emp.'s alliance, 458.
Frenes, Frenesi, Frenesio, v. Farnese.
Frossombrone, in Italy, v. Fossombrone.
Friar, the, of Hungary, v. under Fraile and George.
Frias, IV. du. of, v. Fernandez de Velasco.
Froude (James Anthony) quoted, Int. v.
Fruchsiis (Otho de), gentleman-in-waiting to Pope Paul, on a mission to Ferdinand, k. of the Romans, 525.
Fucares (Fuggers), bankers of Augsburg, 209.
Fuorusciti, i.e., the banished from a country, Span, foragidos:.
-, -, from Florence, 227, 290.
-, -, from Naples, 160, 533.
-, -, from Perugia, 290.
-, -, from Siena, 227.
-, -, from Spain, 533.
Furstenberg (co. Frederic von), in the Emp.'s service (1541), 54.
-, -, 15,000 lanskenets under his orders refuse to march, 359.
-, (co. Wilhelm von), his motion at the Francfort diet, 180, 305.