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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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La Baume (Pierre do), bp. of Geneva, designated for a Cardinal's hat (1539), 143, 169, 174, Add. and Cor. 534.

Labret, Labrit (Mme.), v. Albret.

La Cauchoire, the bridge of, near Ardres, v. Cowbridge.

La Cerda (D. Gaston de), son of D. Juan; III. du. de Medinaceli; his suit at Rome (1540), 244 n., 266, 544.

-, (D. Juan), second du. de Medinaceli, 244 n., 266, 544.

-, (D. Luis), 544.

La Forest (Jean de), knight of Malta, French amb. to Constantinople (15348), Int. xx.

-, son or nephew of, said to be cousin of amb. Marillac, 205; v. Formes.

La Guiche (Claude), bp. of Agde, 433 n.

-, on a mission of Francis to Portugal, 433.

La Marche (Mark, Marck), county of, in Westphalia, 62.

La Mark (Guillaume de), du. of Clves and Juliers, v. under Clves (Guillaume de).

Lambart (), president in Savoy; his death recorded (bef. Sept. 1541), 524.

Lanchano (Lanciano?), bp., death of, at Rome (Jun. 1539), 164.

Landaf, bp. of, v. Holgate.

Lando (Pietro), doge of Venice, elected (Feb. 1539), 131 n.

Landriano (Francesco), sent by the marq. del Vasto to Mr. Du Bellay, to explain the Fragoso and Rincon case (1541), 337, 355,4156.

Lan-en-Bresse; let. of k. Francis to Marillac, dated from, 180.

Langeai, Langeais, sieur de, v. Bellay.

Langes (Mr. de), v. Langeai.

Languedoc, gov. of, 100.

Lannoy (Philippe de), prince of Sulmona; his law-suit with Ascanio Colonna, 139, 161, 193, 209.

Lanskennets, German, 415.

-, -, the Emp. going to Italy with 7 or 8 thousands of them, 345.

La Roche, the Emp. at, on his way to Paris, 545.

-, (Mons. de), v. Rochepot.

Lascher (Geronimo), 119; v. Lasco.

Laschi, Lasco (Hieronimo, Geronimo), amb. of the k. of the Romans at Constantinople, 119, 359.

-, -, of k. Francis to the Grand Turk, negociating on behalf of the way-wode of Transylvania at Constantinople (Feb. 1539), 119, 359.

Lasqui (Jerome), v. Lasco.

Lassigny (sieur de), equerry to k. Francis, amb. to Scotland in 1538; 25.

-, -, returns therefrom in company with Mme. de Montreuil, 28; v. Cenys (?).

Lasso de Castilla, Austrian internuncio at Rome, 154.

-, instructions to, 526.

-, (D. Diego), amb. of the k. of the Romans (Ferdinand) to the Pope; instructions to, 262.

Latimer, lord, v. Neville.

Latino (Mier), Paul's Chamberlain and Nuncio in France (1539), v. Juvenale (?).

Lautrec (Mr. de), son of the Marshal; dangerously ill (Aug. 1540), 254.

Laval, v. Lavaur.

La Vaur, Lavaur, in Languedoc, bp. of, v. Selve (George de).

League, Italian, defensive, against Francis (1536); alluded, 280.

-, -, no hope of its being renewed (Oct. 1540), ibid.

-, -, -, nor of the Pope contributing to its expenses, ibid.

-, against the Turk, 34, 57, 88, 90, 210, 403.

-, -, Cromwell promising in Henry's name to help the (Oct. 1538), 52.

-, -, estimated amount of the land forces of the, [80,000 infantry, and 5,000 cavalry], 534.

-, -, naval, [200 galleys at least], 54.

-, -, -, artillery, ibid.

-, -, the Venetians to have a colonel of their own, provided he be a German, 54.

-, -, the Emp.'s final resolution on the affairs of the, 134.

-, -, agreement made at Rome between the Imp. and Venetian ambs. (June 1539), 161.

-, -, contribution to the, after the taking of Castilnovo, to be fixed, 162.

-, -, -, by the Pope (?). Aguilar thinks it will not answer, for in fixing the Venetian quota, Paul must needs fix his own, ibid.

-, -, a new, against the Turk to be made in consequence of k. Francis showing symptoms of wishing to adhere to it, 187.

-, -, -, deliberations of the Emp.'s Privy Council concerning its expediency (Sept. 1539), 86.

-, -, k. Francis to be invited to join the, 18790, 203.

-, -, -, accepted by him, proviled the Pope fixes the terms and conditions thereof, 191.

-, -, the Venetians to be also invited, notwithstanding their notorious relations with the Turk, ibid.

-, -, the negotiations for the, to he carried out in the name of the Emp., of k. Francis, of the Pope, and of any other power wishing to join it, 2034.

-, -, Venice (said the Pope to Aguilar) cannot do otherwise than join the new, after the bad result of their embassy to the Turk (Nov. 1539), 210.

-, -, -, and yet fears are entertained of their deserting it altogether, 203.

-, -, Prat and St. Vincent, sent by the Emp. to forward the negociations for a new (Oct. 1539), 2034.

-, -, should the French amb. in Venice speak privately to the Doge, as he is said to have done in public, no doubt the Venetians will be induced to persevere in the, 206.

-, Catholic, in Germany. A new, to be made in Germany, 168.

-, -, the Pope's resolution to deposit 50,000 crs. towards the, considered by the Emp. both wise and convenient (Sept. 1539), 186.

-, -, the confirmation of, and the sum with which the Pope is to contribute settled (Oct. 1540), 280.

-, -, the Pope said to be raising 2,000 infantry in aid of the (Sept. 1541), 363.

-, -, the ratification of the, urgently demanded by the Imp. amb. at Rome, 389, 397, 399, 4023.

-, -, the principal object of the (said Granvelle to the Pope), being to uphold the authority of the Holy Apostolic See, 399, 402.

-, -, -, Paul ought to contribute towards the expenses of the, 402.

-, -, -, at least with one-fourth, the other three being supplied by the Emp., the k. of the Romans and the Venetians, unless k. Francis comes down with his share, ibid.

-, -, Paul answering that he cannot: he is poor, his treasury is quite exhausted; has received great injury by his being set down at one-fourth of the total expenditure, 399.

-, -, Pope Paul promising at last to contribute towards the expenses of the, with 5,000 infantry paid by him, 405.

-, -, provided he is not called upon to pay his share of naval armaments, ibid.

-, -, councillors of the (Dec. 1541), 416.

-, -, one of them, the du. of Bavaria, ibid.

-, -, the k. of the Romans and other members of the, 4, 526.

Le Brun (Mme.), 41.

Legates, Papal. Two to be sentone to the Emp., the other to k. Francisto announce the prorogation of the General Council (April 1539), 143.

-, -, Paul, changing his opinion, decides not to send the, ibid.

-, at the Imp. court, v. Farnese.

-, -, a let. of his read in Consistory, asking whether in case of the Emp. going to Italy he is to follow him thither or remain at the Diet, 2223.

-, at the French court, in Nov. 1540, 210; v. Pio da Carpi.

-, in Germany (May 1541), v. Morone and Rosario.

-, vice, at Avignon, v. Campeggio.

Leghorn (Livorno), in Tuscany, the castle of, 1, 5.

-, the greater part of the Ital. infantry from Algiers landing at (Dec. 1541), 415.

L'Eleu, L'Esleu, v. Orange.

Lenoncourt (Philippe IV. de), bp. of Chlons (153543), card. (1538), 113.

Leon, in Spain, High Commander of, in the Order of Santiago, v. Cobos.

-, bpric. of, 210.

-, the cathedral church of, protesting against the Papal bull for the half-fruits of the Clergy in Spain, 228.

Leonard (le Sieur, Sir), v. Grey.

Leonor, v. Eleanor.

Lepanto, the Gulph of; Barbarossa proposes to sail for, 233.

L'Esleu d'Orange, Montmorency's sec., 151; v. under Orange and Pellisier.

Levant, 36, 101.

-, news from the, 173, 209, 293,329, 416.

-, -, sent by D. Diego de Mendoza (May 1541), 329, 338.

-, the Imp. fleet sailing for the, 87.

-, projected expedition to the, 1002, 105.

-, French negociations in the, 11, 177.

Lewis, Louis, du. of Bavaria, 138.

-, in the Catholic League, 416.

Leyva (Antonio de), Span, general; alluded, 525.

Lige, 13, 334, 360.

-, the co-adjutorship of, given to George of Austria, 404, 435, 455, 523.

-, herald sent to the Municipal Corporation of, by Francis, 436.

-, -, owing to a quarrel or complaint of a certain lady (?), ibid.

-, bps. of, v. Berghen and Austria (George de).

Likerke (Mons. de), v. Hannart.

Lincoln, archdeacon of, 307 n.; v. Pate.

-, let. of Marillac dated from, 179.

Lincolnshire, 408.

-, k. Henry hunting in, 343.

Liorna, v. Leghorn.

Lisbon, in Portugal; row between French and Eng. sailors in the port of, 109.

-, inflamatory and heretical placards posted up in the streets of, 10910.

-, let. dated from, 38.

Lisle, L'Isle, viscount, v. Plantagenet (Arthur).

Livorno, v. Leghorn.

Llandaf, v. under Landaf.

Loaisa, Loaysa (Fr. Garcia), bp. of Osma (152432); of Siguena (15328), abp. of Seville (153846), 223 n.

-, in the Emp.'s Privy Council (1540), 122, 223 n., 240, 246.

Loan, a forced, imposed by the Bashaws on the inhabitants of Constantinople (1541), 362.

-, -, with very little success, since it had only produced 20,000 due, ibid.

-, made by Venice at 13 per cent., 329.

-, obtained forcibly by Francis from the bankers of Lyons, 381.

Lobo (D. Francisco), Portuguese amb. to the Emp. (1539), 109.

Loches, in France, the Emp. arrives at (12 Dec. 1539), 2128, 545.

Loigny, Luiny, town of France, 13; mistaken for Joigny, q. v.

Lombardy, 184, 216.

-, the title of k. of, to be given to Charles d'Orleans in the event of his being invested with Milan, 12.

-, frontiers of, menaced by the French (Dec. 1541), 415.

-, prior of, v. Sforza (Carlo).

Lombecq, vise, v. Hannaert.

London, city of, 346, 352, 368, 444, 496.

-, general muster of the inhabitants of, capable of bearing arms to be made by the King's order (April 1539), 150, Int. xiv.

-, -, not yet effected (4 May 1539), 1501.

-, -, separate ones to be made instead of one general, ibid.

-, Lord Mayor of (May 1539), v. Holies.

-, -, memorial of certain Imp. subjects complaining of the (May 1539), 150.

-, -, in 1541, made to attend the execution of the countess of Salisbury, 331; v. Dormer (Sir Michael).

-, Guilds of, the masters of the (Feb. 1540), in the procession to Westminster, Int. xii.

-, -, in 1540, v. Roche (Sir William).

-, Tower (la Grosse Tour) of, 16, 31, 164, 308, 332, 3523, 395, 5378, 540, 542, Int. xvii.

-, bp. of, v. Boner (Edmund).

Long (Sir Richard), of Henry's Chamber, and Master of the King's buck-hounds; a personage of certain authority and experience in military affairs; sent to inspect the fortifications of Calais (Jan, 1541), Int. xvii.

Longuejoue (Mathieu de), bp. of Soissons (153457), to be sent by k. Francis to Germany to persuade the Separatists to return to the Roman Catholic Church (Jan. 1539), 102.

Longueville (Franois), du. de., Add. and Cor. 528.

Lopez do Haro (Alonso), genealogist. His "Nobiliario" (Madrid, 1622); quoted, I n., 212 n., 244 n., 544.

-, de Mendoza (D. Iigo I. de), co. del Real de Manzanares, marq. de Santillana, 1 n.

-, -, (D. Iigo II.), first co. of Tendilla, son of the preceding, 43 n.

-, -, -, second co. of Tendilla and first marq. de Mondejar, ibid.

-, -, -, capt.-general of Granada, 220.

Lordres (Mr. de), of k. Francis' Chamber, sec.; sent to Portugal by q. Eleanor to promote the marriage of her dau., Maria, 123, 37, 45, 48, 79, 93, 177, 182.

Lorencino, v. Medici (Lorenzo).

Loreto, Our Lady of; Pope Paul about to visit (April 1539), 146, 184.

Lorraine, the duchy of, not under the sway of Francis, 29.

-, house of, 6, 12, 289.

-, -, history of, quoted, 529.

-, -, the Emp. can never expect any assistance from the, against France (said k. Henry to amb. Chapuys), 335.

-, -, and, therefore, acted unwisely in consenting to the marriage of one of its members [Franois, marq. de Pont--Mousson] to Christina of Denmark, ibid.

-, Francis' intrigues in, hardly worth mentioning (said Henry to Chapuys), (Dec. 1541), 437.

-, (Antoine Le Bon), du. of (150844), 114.

-, -, Astenay taken by Francis from the (1541), 4, 436.

-, -, his wife, the duchess (Rene de Bourbon), 114.

-, (Antoinette de), 529.

-, (Claude de), du. de Guise, 14, 289, 286, 2889, 333, 4123, 529.

-, -, co. of Aumale, 254, 259, Int. viii.

-, (Franois), du. de Guise, son of Antoine, 2889.

-, -, son of the du. Antoine "le Bon," marq. de Pont--Mousson, 349, 352, 436.

-, -, du. de Bar (?), 349, 436.

-, -, -, said to have been betrothed to Anne de Clves, 3323.

-, -, -, marries Christina of Denmark, do. du. of Milan, 3323, 349 n., 436.

-, (card. Jean de, Monseigneur de), 77, 114, 355, 532.

-, -, to go with his niece to Calais (Aug. 1538), 25.

-, -, temporarily replacing Montmorency (Nov. 1539), 203.

-, -, in the event of Paul's death likely to be elected Pope, 288.

-, (Marie de), dau. of Claude, du. de Guise, and widow of Louis II. of Orleans, du. of Longueville, married to James, k. of Scotland, v. Guise (Marie de).

-, (Rene de), third dau. of Claude, du. de Guise (15221601), nun at St. Pierre de Reims, Add. and Cor. 529.

Louis, dauphin of France, afterwards Louis VIII., Cur de Lion (1223); alluded, 440.

-, XII., k. of France, 1498514, 547.

Louvain, in Flanders, 274.

Lovayna, v. Louvain.

Low Countries (Netherlands, Pays d'en bas), &c., 33n., 43, 61, 83, 101, 126,130, 279, 281, 2967, 3068, 3468, 3502, 390, 408, 410, 423, 4379, 4406, 4389, 440, 4812, 4857, 492.

-, the inhabitants of the, complaining of the Navigation laws promulgated by Henry,2967.

-, -, the skippers of the, much injured by them, 284.

-, the investiture of the, to be given to the du. of Orleans on his marriage with the Emp.'s dau., Maria, 239.

-, q. regent of the, for the Emp., v. Mary of Hungary.

Loys, v. Luyz.

Lubeck, deputies from, arrive in England to be present in Parliament, 151, 436.

-, a capt. (Marcus Meyer?) from, storms a castle on the frontier of Norway, v. Warberg.

Lucca, Signory or Republic of, 38890, 525.

-, city, the inhabitants of; Charles' interview with Paul at (Sept. 1541), 376, 388, 3978, 422, 425, 527 n.

-, overtures made by the French amb. at, in the Pope's presence, 386.

-, the people of, to harbor and support, together with the Florentine, 2,000 Germans returning from Algiers, 415.

-, deputies from Siena call on the Emp. at Lucca, 418.

Luceria, abbey of, 99.

Luis, Luys, the Infante Dom, 294; v. Portugal.

Luna (D. Alvaro de), co. de Santisteban; du. of Trujillo, High Constable of Castille, and favorite of Juan II. (d. 1453), 211 n., 426.

-, -, (another, the II.), capt. of the body-guard of Ferdinand, the Catholic, second son of Pedro, 211 n.

-, -, (another, the III), son of the preceding; gov. of the castle of Milan, writes the chronicle of his great grandfather (Milan, 1546), ibid.

-, (D. Antonio de), third son of Pedro, ibid.

-, (D. Carlos de), 426.

-, -, son of the preceding, prisoner at Avignon, ibid.

-, (D. Juan de), warder of the castle of Milan, 210, 217, 416, 418, 423, 427.

-, (Da. Maria), wife of D. Pedro de Luna y Mendoza, 211 n.

-, (D. Pedro), son of Alvaro, the High Constable of Castille, ibid.

-, co. de, v. Fernandez de Quiones (D. Francisco).

-, y Mendoza (D. Juan de), 211 n.

Lund, Lunden, town of Sweden, abp. of, v. Tornberg-Bilde.

Lunel, town of France (dep. Herault), 254.

-, (Antonio de), brother of Fr. Vincencio, the general of the Franciscans, 543.

-, -, presented for the archbishopric of Gaeta, 244, Add. and Cor. 543.

-, (Fr. Vincencio), general of the Franciscans at Rome, 244, Add. and Cor. 543, Int. xxiii.

Lunelli (?), v. Lunel.

Luther (Martin), 113.

-, his doctrines predominating in Germany, 174.

Lutherans, 57, 62, 113, 387, 422, 449, 496, Int. xii.

-, the German, send an embassy to England and preach in the churches of London, 13.

-, k. Henry, as reported, intending to help the (Jan. 1539), 106, 113.

-, -, making levies of men, 107.

-, not to be over-irritated (said Aguilar to the Pope) until the expedition to Algiers has been carried out (July 1539), 174, 305.

-, -, for fear of their preventing the enterprize against the Infidel, 305.

-, -, the Emp. being inclined to grant them a truce on the same terms as those stipulated in the Francfort Diet, ibid.

-, afraid of a peace being made between the Emp. and k. Francis (Feb. 1539), 112.

-, represented as ready to make overtures at Rome through the marq. of Brandenburg, 123.

-, in the dungeons of the Span. Inquisition, 382.

-, k. Francis trying to secure the friendship of the, against the Emp, 422.

-, -, and likewise that of the Turks, ibid.

Luys, Luyz (Dom), Infante of Portugal, son of k. Dom Manuel, v. Portugal.

Lyons, Francis' court at, 228, 368, 370, 421, 426.

-, the Avignon prisoners said to have been taken to, or Marseilles, 426; v. Avignon.

-, lets. dated from, 1967.

-, forced loan imposed by Francis upon bankers of, in order to recruit men in Germany, 381.

Lyt, Lyte, v. Lisle and Plantagenet.