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Index: H, I

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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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Hagenao, Haghenau (Haguenau), in Alsace, Diet of, 279

-, the k. of Romans at (July 1540), 243

Haigrefort, Hangrefort, lord, v. Hungerford.

-, executed (23 June 1539), Add. and Cor. 542

Halberdiers of the Imperial guard (Jan. 1540), 215

Half-fruits of the Clergy in Spain, 152, 169, 244

-, -, the Emp. urgently applying for a Papal bull to defray the expences of his expedition to Algiers (March 1539), 134

-, -, -, no progress whatever being made in the negociation thereof, 152, 155, 169, 173

-, -, -, as the Pope will not grant the bull for any other purpose but the invasion of England, 155

-, -, Paul's breves and bull relating to, 197, 210

-, -, the Span, prelates protesting against (April 1540), 230

-, in Flanders, 389, 406

-, in France. Application made by k. Francis for the, 359

Hampton-Court, 296, 3045, 384

-, Anne de Clves at (Jan. 1541), 305

-, amb. Marillac setting people to watch in the neighbourhood of (June 1541), 549

-, -, for the purpose of ascertaining what proceedings were being taken against q. Catharine Howard, ibid.

Hannart (Jean), sieur de Likerke; viscount of Lomberg; Imp. amb. in France, 63, 76

-, appointed Imp. Commissioner at Brussels, 79, 127

Hannebault (Claude d'), baron de Retz et de la Hunaudaye, lieut.-gen. in Piedmont; marshal of France, 202, 345, 3701, 415, 522 n., 551

-, (Jacques), bp. of Lisieux, Add. and Cor. 545, 551

Hanybao, v. Hannebault.

Harlen (Haarlem), in Holland, 308, 543

Hartford, earl of, v. Hertford and Seymour.

Harvel (Edmund), English amb. in Venice, 495

Harvest in Spain; that of 1541 very deficient, 270

Hassn (Muley Hazen), k. of Tunis, 251, 274, 291, 293

Hatfeld, Hatfield, Hatfild (York), description by Marillac of a stag hunt in, near Doncaster (Sept. 1541), 361

Hazemabey (Hasen Bey), Barbarossa's chamberlain, 229

Hedam (Mr de), recommended to the Emp. (Aug. 1538), 13

Hellin? (Mons. de), 520, 553

Hmard Denonville (Charles), bp. of Macon, amb. in Rome (March 1538), 553

Henri II., k. of France (154759), Add. and Cor. 533

-, -, natural daughter of, v. Diane.

Henry IV. of France (Henri de Bourbon), alluded, 13 n., Add. and Cor. 5

Henry VIII., k. of England, 3556, 4813, Int. ix, xi.

-, proposing to marry in France (July 1538), 6, 529

-, -, and offering to cross over to Calais, 8

-, -, whither k. Francis might send some princesses of his Royal family for him to choose a wife among them, ibid.

-, -, the proposal indignantly rejected, 10

-, -, high words between, and the French amb. on the subject, 28

-, at Ampthill in Bedfordshire (Aug. 1538), 17

-, -, visited there by Chapuys and Mendoza, to whom he gives audience, 1924

-, sadly put out (the Imp. ambs. write) at the interview of Aigues-Mortes, 24

-, -, not knowing exactly how the Emp.'s affairs with k. Francis will turn out, 25

-, showing indifference about the proposed marriages (Aug. 1531), ibid.

-, -, his own with Christina of Denmark, and his daughter's (Mary) with the Infante Dom Luiz of Portugal, ibid.

-, sends an embassy to Flanders to treat again of the double marriage, 313

-, -, negotiations for it carried on at Brussels (Sept. 1538), 468

-, thanks q. Mary for the kind reception made to his ambs. (Oct. 1538), 513

-, still proposing to marry Christina, but making no mention at all of his daughter's marriage to the Infante Dom Luiz, 59

-, the advice tendered by an anonymous councillor of Flanders respecting the matrimonial alliance proposed by, 24

-, -, memorandum on the subject, 25

-, -, another drawn by Mendoza of the negociations carried on in England, 6569

-, -, the first idea of it having originated with Cromwell, who proposed it to Chapuys, 65

-, said to have solicited k. Francis to join him in an attack against the Emp. (Nov. 1538), 57

-, -, and to have been admonished by him to return to the obedience of the Roman Church, ibid.

-, will be glad to help against the Turk provided the Emp. declares against the Pope, 64

-, refuses to declare the legitimacy of the Princess, ibid.

-, -, will, nevertheless, declare her heiress to his crown in the event of his dying without legitimate children, male or female, ibid.

-, negociations for his own marriage with the do. du. of Milan still prosecuted at Brussels (Nov. 1538), 659

-, -, as well as for that of his dau. Mary with the Infante of Portugal (Dom Luiz), 66

-, -, should this last not take place, his own with the do. du. of Milan to be urged, 67

-, conditions stipulated by, for his own marriage, 66

-, -, the dower of Christina to be 100,000 crs., ibid.

-, -, besides an allowance of 15,000 crs. annually to be consigned on the Treasury of Flanders, ibid.

-, -, the Emp. to defend him against the Pope, 65

-, the Imp. ambs. promising to, that every effort shall be made to reconcile him with the Holy See, 66

-, should there be an understanding (said the admiral of France to q. Mary of Hungary) between the Emp. and my master, will be compelled to pay obedience to the Church (Dec. 1538), 75

-, every day growing more inhuman and cruel (Jan. 1539), 99

-, the very same offers of closer friendship which his amb. is making in Spain are daily repeated in France (Jan. 1539), 101

-, the same answer, however, is returned to him in France as in Spain, ibid.

-, -, his only aim being evidently to introduce discord between the Emp. and Francis, ibid.

-, considering his tyrannical rule and his acts against the Church (writes Marillac, the French amb.), there would be no difficulty in satisfying on that point the Pope, the Emp, and k. Francis, 101

-, Pope Paul on the point of fulminating ecclesiastical censures against (Jan. 1539),101

-, Francis speaking ill of him, ibid.

-, should the Emp., France, the Low Countries, and Scotland join the Pope in an attempt against, the partition and distribution of England would not be a difficult task (said the Imp. amb. in Paris to Montmorency in Jan. 1539), 102

-, proceedings at Rome against, continue, 105

-, deprivation decreed (Jan. 1539), ibid.

-, applying for a definitive answer respecting his own marriage with the do. du. of Milan [Christina of Denmark] (Feb. 1539), 114

-, -, the Emp, still wishing that it could be effected with sufficient security, 115

-, -, -, but unluckily it cannot be so, for in the first place a Papal dispensation will be needed, 115

-, -, -, and even if, himself, in virtue of the ecclesiastical superiority he has assumed in England, could dispense, the dispensation would never satisfy the duchess and the children of her marriage, ibid.

-, the negociations entirely broken, 126

-, preparing for war (April 1539), 150

-, card. Farnese's conversation with the Emp. (at Madrid, July 1539) concerning, and the affairs of England, 168

-, to be again exhorted by ambs. from Charles and Francis to return to the obedience of the Pope, 168

-, -, before card. Pole is sent on his mission (3 July, 1539), ibid.

-, his marriage to Anne of Clves first reported (Oct. 1539), 200

-, -, effected (Jan. 1540), Int. ix, xiiii.

-, -, repudiates her (July 1540), 210, 245, 257

-, to be proceeded against (said the Pope to the Imp. amb. in Rome), as he is daily spreading his venom in all quarters (Nov. 1539), 205

-, an Italian physician attached to the household of, acting as a spy on Chapuys (Oct. 1540), 285

-, -, insinuating to him that the Emp. ought to marry again, ibid.

-, marries Catharine Howard, 2956, 3056

-, his principal secretary sent to the Tower (Jan. 1541), 308, Int. xvii.

-, and Catharine visit prince Edward and Mary on the same day (10 May 1541), 324

-, divorces his q. and has her executed, 384, 5489

-, hunting in Lincolnshire, at a distance of 60 or 80 miles from London (July 1541), 343, 353

-, in Greenwich (Aug. 1541), 346

-, his deputies in Brussels refuse to attend Christina's wedding (Aug. 1541), 349

-, returning from his long tour in the Northern Counties (Aug. 1541), 359

-, expresses regret for the Hungarian disaster, 375

-, in York, waiting for k. James of Scotland (Oct. 1541), 367

-, takes Catharine Howard's case more patiently than most people think (said Fitz William to Chapuys), 396

-, -, had he not been on the point of leaving town, and spending five or six days in chase and sport to relieve his mind from past troubles, ibid.

-, -, -, he would certainly have granted an audience to (19 Nov. 1541), ibid.

-, sporting and amusing himself in the neighbourhood of London, to divert his sorrowful thoughts (Nov. 1541), 408, 4101

-, -, and escape from the labours of administrative business, 419

-, expected back in Greenwich (Dec. 1541), 419, 421, 429

-, -, arrives there on Christmas Eve (Dec. 24), 430

-, gives Chapuys audience, and expresses his views on general politics, 43151

-, -, and most particularly on the proposed alliance against France, 4338, 4402

-, flattering words and remarks addressed by Chapuys to, 432

-, -, according to the advice of Fitz William, who tells him that such incense is always agreeable to the K. his master, ibid.

-, very sensible to flattery (says Chapuys), 432

-, -, liking to hear that he is much experienced in matters of internal administration and government, ibid, 520

-, -, -, and that he has besides great literary attainments, ibid.

-, in high spirits through such flattery, ibid.

-, -, and apparently most ready to enter into a closer alliance with the Emp., 440

-, -, yet being asked by Chapuys how much he intended to contribute to the expenses of the Turkish war, 442

-, -, answers that he will make no declaration on that point unless he sees first the ambassador's powers to treat of an alliance against all enemies, ibid.

-, -, has already been cheated and turned into ridicule, both by the Emp. and k. Francis, ibid.

-, -, -, owing to his having declared beforehand what his intentions were, ibid.

-, his friendly advice about the education of prince Philip, the Emp.'s son, and the government of the Spanish kingdoms (Dec. 1541), 4468

-, his urgent solicitations for an alliance with the Emp. (says Chapuys) are only caused by the fear of an understanding between France and the Empire, 463

-, -, all his efforts being directed towards sowing discord and mistrust between the two princes, ibid.

-, -, as to persuading, to effect some sort of reconciliation with the Holy See, there is no chance at all, ibid.

-, -, -, the article referring to it ought, therefore, to be put on one side, ibid.

-, his body guard of archers, 540

-, -, captain of, v. Wingfield (Sir Robert).

-, his chief physician, an Italian, 285

-, his ministers, 4823, 485; v. Norfolk (du. of), Fitz William, Russell, &c.

-, lord Privy Seal, v. Fitz William.

-, his Grand Esquire or Master of the Horse, v. Browne.

-, his comptroller of the household, v. Paulet (Sir William).

-, lord Chamberlain, v. Sandys.

-, gentlemen of his Chamber: various, 432; v. Whyatt, St. Leger, Knyvet, and others.

-, Admiral, v. Russell.

-, treasurer, v. Norfolk (du. of).

-, let to the q. of Hungary, 91

Henriquez, v. Enriquez.

Herault, dep. of France, 433

Hercole, v. Porto-Ercole.

Hernando, du. Don, v. Aragon and Villahermosa.

Hertford, co., v. Seymour (Edward).

Hesdin, in Flanders, to be restituted to Charles, as well as St. Pol, St. Amand, and other towns, 238

Hesse-Cassel, langraf of, v. Philip of Hesse.

-, amb. of, in England, Int. xii.

Heychron (?) Rayschak, German colonel, 54

Hires, Hyres, isles d'Hyres,on the coast of Provence; Mr.'de Granvelle obliged to put up at, for fear of French cruizers (1542), 482

Hierosme, Hierme, v. Jerome.

Hierro (El), gulf of, in Sardinia, 372

Hildesen (Hildesheim), in Hannover, bp. of, v. 170

Hobin (Philip), English messenger, 457

Hochstrate (Hoochstrate), co., 127

Holgate (Robert), bp. of Llandaf, gov. of the Northern Counties, 318, 320

Holland, 36, 130, 243

Holstein, duchy of, 438

-, du. of, v. Frederic III.

Holles, lord mayor of London (May 1539), 150

Hons, Honz (Jean de), sec. of amb. Marillac, procures Chapuys copies of his master's despatches, 3412, 3601,3645,3678, 3789, 40910, 413, 419, 421, 452, 464, 467, 469, 471

-, a good Latin and Greek scholar, well versed in legal matters, 365

-, highly recommended to the Emp. 3645

-, a pension to be granted to, 462

-, lets, to Chapuys, 1878

Hops not easily procured anywhere but in Flanders, 312

-, should the exportation of, from the Low Countries be forbidden, the English will be obliged to buy their beer in Flanders, and come to terms, 312, 325

Horses, bought in Flanders for k. Henry, 308

-, -, by the gov. of Guisnes (Sandys), ibid.

-, in Germany better and more abuudant than anywhere else, 54

Hostia, in the Roman States, v. Ostia.

Howard (Catharine), q. of England, fifth wife of Henry VIII., 2956, 3056, 341, 3845, 3956

-, -, not yet in a family way (Jan. 1541), 305

-, -, to Greenwich through London, 314

-, -, on a visit to prince Edward (May 1541), 324

-, -, first rumours of k. Henry wishing to divorce her (April 1541), 384, 5489

-, -, arrested and tried, 3845

-, -, confesses her guilt, 395

-, -, -, Anne of Clves rejoicing at it, 396

-, -, the du. of Norfolk, her uncle, wishing her to be burnt alive, ibid.

-, -, talk of her being confined for life to a nunnery near Richmond, ibid.

-, -, at Syon House (Dec. 1541), 408

-, -, to show clemency in her case, k. Henry, as it is believed, will make no innovation until Parliament meets and decides what her fate is to be, ibid.

-, -, -, as he is bearing the blow more patiently thin people had reason to believe of him, 410

-, -, -, -, though he is said to have felt the case much more than the faults, loss, or divorce of his former queens, ibid.

-, -, still at Syon House (Dec. 1541), 452, 465

-, -, -, making good cheer, fatter and handsomer than ever she was, and taking great care of her person, 465

-, -, -, well dressed and much adorned with jewels, ibid.

-, -, -, -, and more imperious and commanding, nay, more difficult to please, than ever she was, ibid.

-, -, tried and sentenced by Parliament, 452, 462, 465, 483

-, -, conducted to the Tower (10 Feb. 1541), 472

-, -, executed (13 Feb.), ibid., Int. x.

-, -, since the execution of, k. Henry in better spirits than before, 473

-, -, -, banqueting and feasting, ibid.

-, -, -, -, though not in a hurry to marry again, ibid.

-, (Lord Edmund), father of q. Catharine, fifth wife of k. Henry VIII., Add. and Cor. 549

-, (Henry), son of the preceding and brother of q. Catharine, ibid.

-, -, earl of Surrey, son of Thomas, III. du. of Norfolk, sent to Calais by k. Henry, 323

-, -, -, the Order of the Garter conferred on, 3234

-, (Thomas), III. du. of Norfolk, 307, 323, 334,358, 549, Int. viii, xi, xviiviii.

-, -, about to leave for the Borders (6 Feb. 1541), 308

-, -, takes his departure (Feb. 1541), 308

-, -, returns to London after inspecting the fortifications on the frontier (March 1541), 314

-, -, his niece married to the handsomest and best bred gentleman in England, only 25 years old, 334

-, -, his sister, a cousin of q. Catharine Howard, and mother of lord Dacres, ibid.

-, -, his relations with Chapuys, 344

-, -, negociates with Marillac respecting Mary's marriage to the du. of Orleans, 354, 356, 454

-, -, -, well disposed to favor it, 356

-, -, -, the rest of the privy councillors being against, owing to the French amb. having only communicated with him, ibid.

-, -, applies for leave of absence from Court (Nov. 1541), 379

-, -, one of his men having died of the plague (sweating disease), dares not go to Greenwich, but returns to London, ibid.

-, -, what he is reported to have said on hearing of q. Catharine Howard's arrest, 396

-, -, leaves for his estate in the country (Nov.-Dec. 1541), 412

-, -, -, not of his own accord, as presumed, but in order to be away whilst Catharine's case is before the Privy Council, ibid.

-, -, in frequent communication with Marillac, the French amb., 484

-, -, his behaviour towards Cromwell, 53940

-, -, his sister, mother of Lord Dacres, 334

-, -, his niece, 334

-, -, ordered not to attend Council whilst q. Catharine Howard's case is being tried, 452

-, -, occasionally venturing to improve upon his instructions when treating with foreign ambs. (says Chapuys), 474

-, -, reported to have sent a message to Mme. d'Albret, through amb. Marillac, that he wished he had a fortune to spend in the acquisition of the kingdom of Navarre for her, 479

-, (lord William, Guillaume), the du. of Norfolk's stepbrother; amb. to France (Jan.-Nov. 1541), 305, 308

-, -, a good young gentleman, but not at all suited for business, 307

-, -, to leave for his embassy in a day or two to replace Wallop (4 Jan. 1541), 3078

-, -, alarming news sent by (May 1541), 323

-, -, returns therefrom (Dec. 1541), 412

-, -, sent to the Tower, 412, 452

-, -, lady, his wife, v. Gamage.

-, -, his sister, 452

Hoyet, Huet, Huyet, v. Whyatt (Sir Thomas).

Hull (Yorks.), a place of some importance, and having a good harbour, 466

-, a gentleman of the K.'s Chamber appointed gov. of (Jan. 1542), ibid.

Hunaudaye, baron de la, v. Hannebault (Claude).

Hungary, kingdom of, 305, 382, 400, 418, 420, 422, 515

-, Turkish camp on the frontiers of, 11

-, a Frenchman from the, brings to Paris news of Solyman's intended invasion of that country (Aug. 1538), 11

-, Francis' amb. to, doing no good at all, but working against the Emp.'s interest (Jan 1539), 1023

-, bps. of, appointed by the Waywod Zapolski; their confirmation solicited at Rome, 113, 144, 156, 170

-, -, should it be refused by the Pope, it might become an excuse for the introduction of Lutheranism in that country, 113

-, -, the Imp. amb. at Rome particularly instructed by the Emp. and by his brother, Ferdinand, to prevent it, 156

-, -, granted by Paul on certain conditions (1540), 515

-, in great need of assistance owing to the Turk's threatened invasion, 305

-, invasion of, a certainty (May 1541), 329, 355

-, -, yet the intelligence from Venice is that there will be none for some time, 329

-, miserable state of (July-Aug. 1541), 344, 355

-, the Turk intending to winter in, 371

-, k. Ferdinand defeated, 368, 375

-, the Infidel to be expelled from, at any cost, 4023

-, -, or else Christendom will be in danger, ibid.

-, negociations respecting, and the Grand Turk carried on at Rome between the Emp.'s ministers and the Pope (1541), 418

-, -, assistance warmly solicited, ibid.

-, -, no chance (writes Granvelle) of getting a favorable answer, 419

-, news of the Turk having retreated from (Dec. 1541), 420

-, the patrimonial subjects of the k. of the Romans agree to defend that country against the Turk, 477

-, k. of, v. Ferdinand.

-, titular k. of, v. Zapoli.

-, do. q. of, widow of k. John, v. Mary.

Hungerford, lord, beheaded (June 1540), 542

Hurstmonceaux, in Sussex, lord Dacres of, v. under Dacres.

Hurtado (D. Lope), v. Hurtado de Mendoza.

Hurtado de Mendoza (D. Diego), co. de Melito and Aliano, viceroy of Catalonia, 220, 278, 392

-, -, Imp. amb. in England, 1538, v. Mendoza (D. Diego).

-, (D. Francisco), bp. of Jaen, 290

-, -, his death at Spires (1543), ibid n.

-, (D. Inigo), co. of Tendilla, v. Lopez de Mendoza.

-, (D. Lope), lord High Chamberlain to Margaret of Austria, do. du. of Florence, natural daughter of the Emp., 1, 55, 57, 138, 144, 1612, 209, 243, 245, 273, 2923, Int. xxivxxv.

-, -, resigns his post (29 June 1539), 164, 219

-, -, resignation of, accepted, though he fears that he will not be allowed to quit Rome, 268

-, -, accused by Fath. Pallavicino, 263, 273

-, -, defended by the Imp. lawyers, 274

-, -, his removal from Rome considered by Cobos a wise measure, 268

-, -, Andalot to succeed him in his post until another person of greater weight and value be found, ibid.

-, -, -, for Margaret is young and alone, and in daily communication with a devilish set of people, 269

-, -, his wife, v. Rojas (Margarita de).

-, -, lets to the Emp. (1538), 19, 71, 99, 1034, 118

-, -, -, to the High Commander of Leon (Cobos), 123

-, -, the Emp.'s let. to, 1

Hutton (John), English amb. in the Low Countries; death of (5 Sept. 1538), 42, Add and Cor. 530

Huyet, Maistre, v. Whyatt.

Hyerosmus (Guillelmus), v. Jerme (William).

I.

Ibarra (Pedro de) inspector-general of the Imperial army in the duchy of Milan. The execution of Fragoso and Rincon, said to have been intrusted by Gasto to, Int. xxviii n.

Ibrhim (Pasha), Solymn's Grand Vizier, 176

-, replaced by Ays, q. v., 17

Iceland, island in the Arctic Ocean; two ships to be sent to the Northern Seas for the purpose of discovering a passage between, and Gronland, 326

-, the land of ice, name given to North Germany by the Emp.'s physician, Add. and Cor. 543

Idiaquez (Alonso), sec. of State to the Emp., succeeds Cobos in the department of Foreign Affairs, 171, 337 n., 340, 374, 527 n., 537

-, his report on the Fragoso affair, 172, Int. xxviii.

-, let. to card. Tavera, 263

-, -, to High Commander Cobos, 182, 191

Indies, East. Portuguese possessions in the, threatened by the French, 292

-, West. French privateers in the, 100

-, -, a combined fleet of Span. and Port. war vessels to be provided for the defence of the, 279

-, -, the navigation of Portuguese and Spaniards to the, to be made the subject of an article in the future treaty of peace with France (July 1538), 5

-, -, -, the Imp. amb. in Portugal to inform the k. and q. thereof, ibid.

-, -, fears in Portugal of a French privateering expedition to the, 292

-, -, -, no fear for the present (writes Cobos to the Imp. amb. in Portugal) of the French undertaking anything of the sort this winter (Nov. 1540), ibid.

Indulto, Quadragesimal or Lenten indulgence, 169, Add. and Cor. 533

Infantado, the dukes of, of the family of Mendoza, 1 n.

Infantry, German, 3723, 4146, 461

-, -, under three colonels of that nation, 54; v. Lanskennets.

-, Spanish, 54, 88, 161, 220, 275, 359, 4146, 418, 420, 461

-, -, on the return from Algiers to winter in Sardinia, 414

-, -, in Sicily, mutiny of, at Palermo: said to have been caused by the ill-treatment of the captains, 108

-, -, -, return to their duty (1539), ibid.

-, -, in Naples and in the Abruzzo; the Pope wishing to enlist the (April 1540), 228

-, -, -, to serve in the war against the Perugians, ibid.

-, Italian, in the Emp.'s service, 54, 273, 418

-, -, Pope Paul promising to raise 2,000, for the war against the Turk (Oct. 1540), 280, 378

Inquisition, the, in Spain; that of Granada, 241

-, -, harsh treatment of English by the, 295

-, -, -, k. Henry complains of the, to Chapuys (5 Dec. 1540), 295, 308

-, in Portugal, none yet (Feb. 1539), 110

-, -, not k. Joa's fault if there is no, ibid.

-, -, -, but the Pope's, and his granting too many breves to the new Christians, ibid.

Inquisitor-general in Spain (153944), v. Tavera.

Interviews. One between the Pope and the Emp. to be held at Lucca, in Tuscany (Sept. 1541), 361, 376, 422, 425

-, overtures of the French ambs. at the, of Lucca, 386

-, another of k. Francis and the Emp. proposed by the former in Italy (Aug. 1539), 180

-, -,in Spain, Burgundy or Flanders, ibid.

-, -, declined as quite unnecessary and superfluous, as the Emp. will have no time to deliberate, and, moreover, cannot decide without consulting the k. of the Romans first, ibid.

-, one of k. Henry and Mary the Regent of the Low Countries proposed by amb. Whyatt at Calais, 67

-, -, not to be accepted unless the K. makes beforehand a solemn declaration respecting his views on the Milan marriage, 68

-, another of k. Francis' and Henry to be held in Calais (Feb. 1542), 474, 495

-, -, which k. James ought also to attend, 475

-, -, nothing (writes k. Francis to Marillac) will intimidate the Pope so much as to see the three kings united and together, ibid.

-, one between k. Francis and the q. of Hungary to be held at Cambray (1538), 12

-, -, postponed on account of k. Francis' illness (Sept. 1538), 14

-, another of k. Henry with k. James of Scotland at York, proposed, 367

-, -, which does not take place, ibid. Ireland, 334

-, Lieut, of, v. Grey (Lord Leonard).

-, the States of, convoked (1541), 334, 346

-, Henry to be called in future k. of, (July 1541), 342

Isabeau, v. Elizabeth.

Isabella (Isabel), q. of Castille (d. 1504), 445 n., 545

-, the Empress (b. 25 Oct. 1503), 49, 513, 516

-, -, dangerously ill (Feb. 1539), 110

-, -, death of (1 May 1539), 147, 157 n., 177, 185, Int. xviii.

-, -, bequeaths a sum of money for the redemption of Christian captives in Barbary and Turkey, 292

-, of Austria, eldest dau. of the k. of the Romans (Ferdinand), married to Sigismond II., k. of Poland, 514 n., 516

-, dau. of Philip I. and Joanna, and sister of Charles V.; wife of Christiern II., the dethroned king of Denmark, 66

-, di Monferrato, do. du. of Mantua, v. Monferrato.

-, of Poland, dau. of k. Sigismond; married to John Zapolsky, waywod of Transylvania, 118, 419 n., 516

Italian powers, 369

-, Charles not choosing to dispose of Milan without the consent of the, 66

Italy, state of affairs in (153940), 289, 326, 337, 428, 495

-, the Emp.'s journey to, not yet decided upon (Sept. 1539), 186

-, Pope Paul afraid of the Emp. going to, 3223

-, no movement to be apprehended in, as far as the French are concerned (Oct. 1540), 280

-, lets, to k. Francis, 179, 185

-, -, to Montmorency.

-, k. Francis' lets, to, 165, 176, 180, 183, 189, 192, 212, 248

-, Adm. Brion-Chabot to, 184

-, Charles leaving Barcelona for (March 1541), 323

-, -, in, with an army of 30,000 men, (Sept.), 345, 354

-, -, about to hold an interview with Pope Paul at Lucca in (134 Sept.), 354

-, the Emp's. ministers in, 337

-, dearth of provisions in all (1540), 326

-, not in danger (Dec. 1541) of an attack from the French, 416

-, affairs at Rome, and in the rest of, quiet enough, 428

-, no fear of Francis breaking the truce, for although his answer as to that has been unsatisfactory. Pope Paul will do his best to preserve the peace of, 390

-, -, this verbal declaration of his sentiments the Pope declines to put down in writing when questioned by the Imp. amb. about the truce in, 390

-, -, -, nor will he declare what line of conduct he will take if the truce comes to be broken in, ibid.

-, in the event of a wark. Francis will be able to recruit in, as many men as he pleases, 437

-, -, and get, besides, the assistance of the Pope and the Venetians (said k. Henry to Chapuys, Dec. 1541), ibid.

Ivia, island of, one of the Balearic in the Mediterranean, 243