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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Macon, in Burgundy, bp. of, v. Hmard Denonville.
Madeira island, 204.
Madeleine de France, dau. of k. Francis, v. Magdalen.
Madrid, present capital of Spain, 170, 409, 462 n., 537.
-, treaty of (152 ), alluded, 239.
-, the Emp.'s court at (Oct. 1538), 49.
-, -, his departure from (27 Jan. 1539), 174.
-, lets, from, 73, 11012, 115, 202.
-, in France. Palace so-called in the Bois de Boulogne, near Paris, 545.
-, -, the Emp. received by k. Francis at, ibid.
Magdalen of France, dau. of k. Francis (b. 10 Aug. 1520), her hand offered to k. Henry (?), 457.
-, married to James V. of Scotland (1536), 14.
-, ladies of her suite returning to France after her death (Sept. 1538), 41.
Maggio (Vincentio), an Italian; French agent in Constantinople (1541); on a mission of k. Francis to the Grand Turk, 539.
-, -, conjointly with Paulin (?), 464.
Magra (?) (Antonia), maid of honor to the du. Margaret, natural dau. of Charles, 219.
Mahometana (La Mahometa), on the coast of East Africa; viceroy Gonzaga at (1540), 291.
-, the k. of Tunis conveyed by Gonzaga, the viceroy of Sicily, from, to Monastir, v. also Monasterio and Hassn.
Mahon, capital of Menorca, 372.
Mahona, a large oared-barge, 230 n.
Mai (Mier, Miguel), Imp. amb. at Rome, alluded, Int. xxxii, 543.
Maioris, Majoris (Philippe), dean of Cambray. Imp. amb. in England, 126, 129, 134, 137, 14951, 537, Int.
-, lets. to the q. of Hungary, 489, 51, 601.
Malaga, port of S. Spain, 243, 276.
-, bp. of, v. Manrique.
-, "corregidor" of, 220.
Malagueta, the coast of, in the gulf of Guinea; Portuguese possessions on the, 2923.
Maldonado (capt. Rodrigo), sent to Florence on a message to the do. du. Margaret, 4950.
-, in Rome (June 1540), 243.
Malespina, co.; Spanish and German infantry to be quartered on the estate of (Dec. 1541), 4156.
Malfi, du. of, v. Amalfi and Melphi.
-, prince of, v. Doria.
Mallorca (Majorca), one of the Balearic islands, 243, 276, 372, 377, 407 n.
-, Palma de, the Emp. landing at (9 Oct. 1541), 372, 392, 425.
-, let. dated from, 198.
Malta, Order of, 309.
-, -, Grand Master of the, v. Omedes.
Mancebia, a brothel or house of prostitution in Spain, 10 n.
-, Padre de, the keeper of such a house, ibid.
Manners (Thomas), lord Ross, (151323), earl of Rutland (1525), d. Sept. 1543; his dau. married to Sir Thomas Whyatt, Int. xvi.
Manoel, Manuel (Dom), k. of Portugal, v. Portugal.
Manrichus (Joannes), latinized name of the Imp. amb. at Rome, Manrique (Juan Fernandez), q. v.
Manrique (D. Bernardo), bp. of Malaga (154064), 453.
-, (D. Francisco), Imp. amb. extraordinary to France (1541), 369, 3767, 3878.
-, -, reaches Lyons (Sept. 1541), 368.
-, -, has audience from k. Francis, 36971.
-, -, -, proposes to him five articles in the Emp.'s name, 387.
-, -, lets, to the Emp., 197, 202.
-, -, reports on his negociations (Nov. 1541), 376.
-, (D.Juan Fernandez), co. of Castaeda; marq. de Aguilar; Imp. amb. at Rome (15 ), 1, 456, 4851, 559, 105, 1406, 147, 15164, 16770, 1725, 1835, 1857, 191, 193, 197200, 20410, 224, 2278, 2424, 250, 2626, 268, 288, 355, 38693, 396403, 519, 5345, 537.
-, -, negociating the League against the Turk (March 1539), 901, 131, 134, 205.
-, -, concerning the duchy of Camarino (April), 138, 146.
-, -, instructed to do all he can for the speedy termination of the affair on favorable conditions for the du. of Urbino, 1389.
-, -, has audience from Paul (April 1539), 1404.
-, -, discusses the action against England, 1413.
-, -, interrogated whether the Emp. will lend his aid for the execution of the monitory letters to Henry, and take up arms, 142.
-, -, -, answers vaguely that his master's zeal for religion, and for the honor of the Apostolic See, are such that he will never be found in fault, ibid.
-, -, -, as he (the Emp.) is animated with the same sentiments as the Pope respecting the remedy needed for English affairs, ibid.
-, -, -, yet nothing can be done in the matter without Francis' co-operation, ibid.
-, -, -, unless the Most Christian sends his own opinion in writing, the Emp. will not take any engagement in the matter, ibid.
-, -, his relations with the French amb., Mr. de Grignan, 160.
-, -, his conference with the Pope and the Venetian amb. concerning Castilnovo (June 1539), 1613.
-, -, leaves for Civitt Vecchia, where Pope Paul is (Nov. 1539), 204.
-, -, -, negociates with him on general affairs, and particularly the Eng. one, 20510.
-, -, reports on the mission of D. Luis de Zuiga, 2046.
-, -, at Rome with a fit of the gout, whilst the Pope was at Viterbo (Aug.Sept. 1540), 262.
-, -, Granvelle joining him on a mission from the Emp. to Paul (Oct. 1540), 280.
-, -, his brother, the Cardinal, dies (Oct. 1540), 280, 286, 288, 290.
-, -, resigns (Nov. 1540), 286.
-, -, his resignation accepted, but ordered to remain at his post until the Emp.'s return from his expedition to Algiers (Sept. 1541), 364.
-, -, helping Granvelle in his mission to Paul (Nov. 1541), 386.
-, -, -, report of the conferences they both had with him, 38793.
-, -, lets. to the Emp. (1538) 23, 34, (1539) 37, 39, 54, 55, 57, 624, 668, 70, 74, 76, 80, 90, 93, 106, 1245, 1323, 139, 160, 206, 208, 2178, 219.
-, -, -, to High Commander Cobos (1538) 42, 65, 75, (1540) 1245.
-, -, -, to the do. du. of Florence, Margaret of Austria (Sept 1538), 18.
-, -, to sec. Vazquez de Molina, 115.
-, -, the Emp.'s lets. to (1532), 10, 456, 73, 76, 80, 823, 87, 137.
-, -, Cobos' to (1540), 114.
-, -, Esquire D'Andalot's to, 129.
-, -, notice of, Int. xxiiiviii.
-, -, his christian name Juan not Luis, xxiii n.
-, (Pedro Fernandez), bp. of Cordoba (1540); card. of St. John and St. Paul (March 1538); protector for Germany (Dec. 1538); brother of the Imp. amb. in Rome, 223 n., 280.
-, -, death of (Oct. 7, 1540), 280, 286, 288, 289 n., Int. xxvi.
Manriquez, contador (accountant), 244.
Manoel (Dom), k. of Portugal, v. under Portugal.
Mantua, city, 12.
-, countess residing at, 160.
-, -, L'Esleu d'Orange waiting for her confinement in order to represent k. Francis as sponsor of the child (June 1539), 160.
-, the General Council of the Church to meet at, 3978, 401.
-, dus. of, v. Gonzaga (Frederico) and Monferrato (Isabella di).
-, abp. of, v. Gonzaga (Ercole).
Manuel (D. Juan), el Infante; grandson of k. Ferdinand III. of Castille, 489 n.
-, -, another, lord of Belmonte (d. 1546), 383 n.
-, (D. Lorenzo), of the Emp.'s Chamber, 489.
Manzanares, Real de, co. del, v. Lopez de Mendoza (Iigo I.).
Maran, Marano, in the Frioul, taking of, 460.
Marcello (Antonio), auditor at Rome; bp. of Nicastro; sec. to card. Farnese, 16970, 184, 218, 406, Add. and Cor. 519.
-, recommended for a cardinal's hat, 207.
-, appointed card. Santa Croce, 396.
-, elected Pope (1555), 550.
-, v. Cervini.
Marchenilla, the fortress of, in Andalucia; residence of Da. Juana de Guzman, 271.
Margaret of Austria, daughter of Emp. Maximilian I.; gov. of Flanders and the Low Countries (d. Dec. 1530); alluded, 348 n.
-, (Margarita) of Austria; do. du. of Florence, subsequently of Parma; the Emp.'s natural dau. (b. 1522, d. 1586), 1, 2, 55, 57, 138, 144, 158, 204, 209, 2156, 2423, 257, 287, 355, 385, 406.
-, -, revokes the powers given to the Imp. amb. at Rome for her marriage by proxy to Ottavio (10 Oct.), 49 n., 51, Int. xxvi.
-, -, intemperate and disrespectful let. of the marq. de Aguilar to, on the occasion (7 Oct.), 49.
-, -, her dower discussed and finally settled, 36, 1534, 165, 224, 406.
-, -, arrives at Rome and writes a let. to the Emp. complaining of his amb. (Nov. 1538), 556.
-, -, -, makes her public entrance there, 556, 91.
-, -, married to Ottavio Farnese (4 Nov.), 56, 99.
-, -, her dowry deposited in Ansaldo's bank, 144.
-, -, slightly indisposed and with fainting fits (April 1539), 146.
-, -, in better health and spirits since she is residing by herself in the Palace of the Medici (May 1539), 156.
-, -, which is repaired at her own expense, 226.
-, -, her law-suit at Florence respecting the property of the lute du. Alessandro referred to the Emp., 155.
-, -, -, who has it suspended, and ultimately decides against her, and in favor of du. Cosmo, ibid.
-, -, childish quarrels with her husband, a mere boy 14 years old, 1646, 21720, Int. xxv.
-, -, asks for a separation, and to be allowed to go to her own estates in Naples, 164, 219.
-, -, -, or to retire to a monastery, ibid.
-, -, -, which her father will never allow, ibid.
-, -, a reconciliation with her husband attempted in vain, 217.
-, -, writes to the Emp., her father, in despair (Jan. 1540), ibid.
-, -, should Ottavio quit Rome, as proposed, much progress would be made towards family peace, 224.
-, -, -, but unluckily the Emp.'s ministers in Rome are doing all they can to retain him at Rome (writes Hurtado, Jan. 1540), ibid.
-, -, -, passion and strife having since risen so high between the parties that her soul and body are in danger, ibid.
-, -, -, the Pope only looking to the succession of his own family, and his son's estates going to a male, ibid.
-, -, invited to a bull-fight and comedy at Rome by the du. of Castro (Feb. 1540), 225.
-, -, in debt and borrowing money upon a jewel of hers (Feb. 1540), 226.
-, -, -, though the Pope pays regularly every year into the hands of her treasurer the 6,000 ducats of her dowry, ibid.
-, -, some of the French cardinals asserting that she will never live with Ottavio, 218.
-, -, has many reasons to complain of the Imp. ministers in Rome, 224.
-, -, said to be in danger of life (Jan. 1540), ibid.
-, -, -, and that a philter is to be administered to her, 225.
-, -, staying at Tiboli (Sept. 1540), 263.
-, -, discontented and on bad terms with her husband's family, 287.
-, -, -, a separation becoming necessary, ibid.
-, -, to go to her own estates in Naples, 209, 219.
-, -, -, whilst Ottavio goes to the Emp's Court, 209.
-, -, her chamberlains and other officers of her ducal household, v. Hurtado (Lope), Gilberte, Valenuela.
-, -, report of k. Henry having applied for her hand in 1537, soon after the death of Jane Seymour, Int. xxiv.
-, (Marguerite) of France, dau. of k. Francis (b. 5 June 1523), 240 n.
-, -, her hand offered to Charles V., 167, 184.
-, -, -, to Prince Philip, the Emp.'s son (Sept. 1538), 45, 240.
-, -, -, to k. Henry, 457.
-, of Navarre, sister of Francis, and wife of Henri II. d'Albret, titular k. of Navarre (b. 1492, d. Dec. 1549), 9, 12, 413 n., 529.
-, -, discontented, 94.
-, -, advised by the Imp. amb. not to dispose of the hand of her dau., Jeanne, without letting him know first, 277.
-, -, her agent, v. Ascurren or Ezcurren.
-, -, in correspondence with the du. of Saxony (Dec. 1541), 413.
-, -, -, who sends her the portrait of his wife and of the rest of his family, ibid.
-, -, the du. of Norfolk offering his services to (1542).
-, Tudor q. of Scotland, death of (1541), recorded, 413.
-, (Marguerite) de Valois, v. Margaret of Navarre.
-, do. du. of Salisbury, the last of the Plantagenets, v. under Salisbury.
Maria, Infanta of Spain, eldest dau. of Charles V. (b. 21 Jun. 1528), 43, 245 n., 549.
-, -, her hand said to have been offered to the du. of Orleans, 391, 422, 514.
-, -, -, with the sovereignty of Flanders as a dower, 391.
-, -, -, -, and refused by Francis I., 392.
-, -, a most desirable marriage, said Paul to Granvelle (Nov. 1541), 390.
-, -, -, as by its means the Milan question might immediately be settled, and peace between the Emp. and k. Francis secured, ibid.
-, -, -, Pope Paul telling Granvelle that he wonders why so advantageous an offer has not been accepted, ibid.
-, -, -, Granvelle's answer, 3901.
-, -, ultimately married to Maximilian II. in 1548, 549.
-, of Portugal, dau. of k. Dom Joa III. and Catharina, the sister of Charles (b. 1527), 112.
-, -, betrothed to Charles de Valois, du. of Orleans, 550.
-, -, dies single in 1577, ibid.
-, -, another; daughter of k. Dom Manoel and q. Eleanor, the Emp.'s sister, 12, 1478.
-, -, her hand offered to the eldest son of the k. of the Romans, 45, 1101, 239.
-, -, -, asked by k. Francis for the Dauphin, his son, 147.
-, -, -, -, and after the death of the latter (1536), for the du. of Orleans (Charles), 111, 280, 433.
-, -, ultimately married to Philip, son of Charles V., in Nov. 1543, 550.
-, (Marie), co. of Flanders; dau. of Charles "le Temeraire," co. of Flanders, and wife of Maximilian I., Emp. of Germany; alluded, 516.
-, -, grants privileges to the people of Ghent (1476), ibid.
-, dau. of Ferdinand the Catholic and Isabella of Castille (b. 1498); wife of Dom Manoel; q. of Portugal (d. 1517). When the brief dispensing for her marriage to her cousin the K. was applied for at Rome it could not be found, 148.
-, (Doa), wife of Cobos, 262.
Marillac, Marillach (Charles de), groom of Francis' Chamber; French agent in Turkey (15378), Int. xx.
-, returns from his mission to Barbarrossa (1538), 8, 9, 11.
-, French amb. in England (153843), 283, 305, 320, 3412, 360, 4078, 4201, 433, 444, 4478, 537, 549.
-, arrives in London (Aug.? 1538), Int. xxi.
-, has orders from k. Francis to communicate with the Imp. amb. in England on all matters of importance (May 1539), 151.
-, his relations with Philip Maioris, Int. vi n.
-, -, with Eustace Chapuys, Int. viviii.
-, -, joins the latter in a protest against the measures adopted in England in matters of foreign trade (Oct. 1540). 283.
-, -, -, which contravene (as he pretends) the commercial treaties between England and France, ibid.
-, in frequent communication, and apparently on good terms, with the Imp. amb., [Chapuys], 295.
-, -, sends him the sad news received from France of Ferdinand's defeat at Buda, and the progress of the Turkish arms (Dec. 1540), ibid.
-, -, -, and tells him that Solyman, thus disengaged, will shortly invade Hungary and help the son of k. John, ibid.
-, goes to Court and presents to k. Henry three venison pies (Jan. 1541), 307.
-, his official correspondence with k. Francis and his ministers betrayed by his own sec., and put into the hands of the Imp. amb. in England, 311, 335, 3412, 3445, 354, 41920.
-, -, a copy of the cipher he himself uses for his despatches obtained in the same manner, 332.
-, has orders from France to inquire into the reason of Henry's armaments at Dover, and of Eng. troops being sent to Calais (April 1541), 316.
-, -, Henry's answer when interrogated on the subject, ibid.
-, frequently sending his own cousin to France with despatches, 320, 474, 509; v. under Formes.
-, falls from his horse (July 1541), 342.
-, visits lord Audeley on some mysterious business, which Chapuys cannot at first unravel, ibid.
-, -, but which the Imp. amb. is afterwards able to discover through the intercepted correspondence of, ibid.
-, -, so as to secretly inform the Emp. and the q. of Hungary in Flanders (Oct. 1541), 3645.
-, his negociations with the du. of Norfolk, 354, 3567, 364.
-, -, chiefly about Mary's marriage with the du. of Orleans, 354, 3567.
-, gives his opinion about certain difficulties in the proposed marriage and the manner of surmounting them, 3567.
-, the negociations not to fall into any other hands than those of the du. of Norfolk, writes k. Francis to (7 Sept. 1541), 360.
-, his secret and mysterious negociations in England said to be merely for the purpose of preventing the reported alliance of k. Henry and the Emp. (Chapuys writes), 364.
-, -, detected by Chapuys, by means of the French sec. [Jean de Honz], 365.
-, -, who procures him not only the amb.'s original ciphered despatches, but likewise an alphabet to decipher them, ibid.
-, said to have bribed people to go to k. Henry and tell him that the Emp. is urging the Pope to convoke the General Council, 378.
-, -, and that Granvelle remained at Rome for no other purpose (Nov. 1541), ibid.
-, goes to York (Oct.Nov. 1541), 374.
-, calls on Chapuys (Oct. 1541) on his return, and dines with him, 375.
-, -, tries in vain to sound him, ibid.
-, writes home, announcing Anne of Clves' repudiation by k. Henry, Int. xivxvi.
-, -, but believes in her speedy reconciliation with k. Henry, 385.
-, again treating of the marriage between the du. of Orleans and princess Mary (Oct. 1541), 374.
-, Fitz William assuring Chapuys that whatever, may say to the contrary, there has been no proposal nor acceptance on the part of k. Henry of the marriage in question, nor a desire to entertain it (19 Nov. 1541), 393.
-, said to have received fresh powers and instructions from home to treat of the marriage (Dec. 1541), 409.
-, -, which (he says) he has the means of promoting effectually, ibid.
-, -, -, as well as of preventing it altogether, ibid.
-, -, Chapuys ordered by the Emp. to ascertain what those means are (Jan. 1542), 462.
-, goes to Court, and has a cold reception (278 Dec. 1541), 448.
-, in the Council room, sad and dejected, 448.
-, -, in consequence of the bad turn bis master's affairs are taking (Dec. 1541), ibid.
-, notwithstanding the information of his secretary, Chapuys cannot believe that he really has powers from his master to treat of the marriage, 448, 481.
-, ordered by k. Francis to propose formally the marriage of the du. of Orleans (Charles de Valois) with princess Mary, 454.
-, -, suggests it in his own name (Dec. 1541), ibid.
-, -, negociates with the du. of Norfolk, 4546.
-, -, k. Henry taking the offer into consideration, as by that means he may perhaps get part of the money owed to him by France, 458.
-, -, -, whereas (observes Chapuys) the French imagine that through the Princess' dower they can diminish their own debt to England, ibid.
-, in making such an offer through, k. Francis' idea is only to deceive Henry, ibid.
-, half in despair about the ill-success of the negociation and preparing to leave England (Jan. 1541), ibid.
-, complains bitterly of his last reception at Court, and asks for his recall (Jan. 1541), 458.
-, making again most brilliant offers (Feb. 1542), 471.
-, about to start for France to report verbally on the progress of the negociations (Feb. 1542), 474.
-, receives two different sets of powers to treat with Henry's ministers, 475, 481, 503.
-, -, to be used discretionally. Should he be pressed to exhibit them in the Privy Council, he is only to give up the copy, not the original, 475.
-, applies home for further instructions, 477.
-, -, as well as for a copy of the treaty of 1527 between England and France, 478.
-, has frequent conferences with the privy councillors (Feb. 1542), ibid.
-, more work has been done in the last forty-eight hours (March 5, 1542) than in four mouths before, 478.
-, -, and yet (says Chapuys), nothing will come out of it; the du. of Orleans will not marry the Princess, ibid.
-, -, all k. Henry wants is to render the Emp. jealous, ibid.
-, his discontent with Henry's ministers reported by Chapuys to the Emp., 483.
-, the Emp. and q. Mary of Hungary almost daily apprized by Chapuys of. negociations with k. Henry and his privy councillors, 4, 84.
-, asks for instructions respecting k. Henry's projected journey to Dover and Calais to inspect the fortifications of those places (April 1542), 508.
-, -, is he to go to Dover or remain in London? ibid.
-, -, he is to go thither with the king or remain behind, as he pleases, ibid.
-, -, -, but should k. Henry cross over to Calais, he is to accompany him thither and report, ibid.
-, sends his cousin to France (1542), 509.
-, -, for certain papers and documents which, he says, are wanted to prosecute the negociation about the marriage, 509.
-, his account of Cromwell's fall and execution (JuneJuly 1540), 53743.
-, notice of, Int. ii, iii, v, x.
-, abstracts from his printed despatches, 53743, Int. viviii. xxix.
-, his relations with the Imp. amb. (Eustace Chapuys), Int. xxi.
-, sets spies upon Chapuys, 595.
-, appointed bp. of Vannes (1550), Int. xxi.
-, -, of Vienne, in France (1557), ibid.
-, Selve's colleague in the embassy at Rome (1556), ibid.
-, his cousin, v. Formes.
-, his sec., v. Honz.
-, lets. to k. Francis (1541), 179, 185, and pp. 5379, 5402, Int. vi, x, xi, xiiiii, xivxv, xvivii, xixxx.
-, -, to the High Constable of France, Montmorency (15423), pp. 539, 542, Int. vix, xxi, xiii, xvvi.
-, -, to sec. Bayard (1542), 249.
-, lets. from k. Francis to, (15402), 165, 176, 180, 183, 189, 192, 212, 248, and p. 539.
-, -, from the Admiral of France (Brion-Chabot) to (1541), 184.
-, abstract of his published correspondence with k. Francis and his ministers (15402), Add. and Cor. 53743, Int. viix, xxix.
-, (Guillaume de), sieur de St. Genest, La Motte-Hermant and Bricon; comptroller to the du. of Bourbon; father of Charles the amb., Int. xx.
-, (Marie), married to Bochetel, one of k. Francis' secretaries (1537), ibid.
Mark (Guillaume de la), du. of Clves and Juliers, 385.
-, -, claims Gheldres as his inheritance, 18, 35, 62, 103.
-, (Meyer?), capt. of Lubeck, takes the castle of Warberg by storm (1537), 436.
Marradas, Knight Commander, Imp. agent in Rome, 124.
-, leaves for Spain, 1645.
-, -, taken prisoner at Avignon, 426.
Marriage alliances, royal, spoken of or effected:.
-, of the de. du. of Milan (Christina of Denmark) to k. Henry VIII., 66.
-, -, negociations carried on at Brussels for the (15389), 313, 52, 639.
-, -, memorandum respecting the proposed, 25.
-, -, Papal dispensation is required, without which the Emp. cannot possibly consent to the, 96.
-, -, will k. Henry condescend to apply for it? asks the q. of Hungary, ibid.
-, of the same with the prince of Orange said to have been contracted at Breda, 40.
-, -, amb. Mendoza interrogated by Cromwell about it (Sept. 1538), ibid.
-, one between the same and the young du. of Clves said to be in contemplation (Nov. 1538), 69.
-, -, a most disreputable transaction (said Cromwell to Chapuys) for the k. of England to be refused for a du., or accepted after him, ibid.
-, between the same and the marq. de Pont--Mousson (Franois de Lorraine), effected, 382.
-, k. Henry about to contract a, with Anne de Clves (1539), 210.
-, -, effected (Jan. 1540), Int. xii.
-, -, dissolved (July 1540), Int. xiv.
-, one of Elizabeth, the dau. of Henry and Anne Boleyn, with the son of the du. of Savoy, proposed by Cromwell, 656.
-, -, or with [Maximilian] the son of Ferdinand, k. of the Romans, ibid.
-, of the Pope's granddau., Vittoria Farnese, with the son of Ascanio Colonna, 59, 139, 156.
-, -, with Cosmo de' Medici, du. of Florence, ibid.
-, -, with the prince of Orange, 175.
-, -, with co. de Benavente (D. Juan Alonso Pimentel), 288.
-, -, with Mr. d'Angoulme (Charles de Valois), du. d'Orleans; solicited by the Pope, 298.
-, -, -, though be would much prefer that of the du. of Savoy's son (Emmanuele Philiberto), 169.
-, -, the Emp.'s wish consulted about it, ibid.
-, of the same with the son of Mr. de Guise [co. of Aumale], 2867.
-, -, Latino Juvenale sent to France to promote it (Nov. 1540), 289.
-, -, not effected owing to the du. of Lorraine not finding the lady's dower large enough, ibid.
-, of the same with the du. of Urbino, Guidobaldo della Rovere; effected (1548), 131, 169, 533.
-, that of Isabella, dau. of the K. of the Romans [Ferdinand], with the du. of Orleans; proposed by Charles to Francis (Sept. 1538), 45.
-, -, as a final settlement of the Milan question, ibid.
-, of Isabella of Poland to John the waywod of Transylvania; effected, 118, 515.
-, that of Jeanne d'Albret and Guillaume du. of Clves talked of (Aug. 1538), 10.
-, -, will not take place (said Montmorency to the Imp. amb. in France), as the K. is unwilling to help the du. in an affair of that sort, ibid.
-, -, the Imp. amb. in France writing home about it, 247.
-, -, secretly effected notwithstanding the High Constable's asseverations (JulyAug. 1540), 345, 544, 548.
-, -, k. Henry sending an amb. to authorize it, 257.
-, -, subsequently annulled by the Pope, 544, 548.
-, of the same with one of the sons of Ferdinand, k. of the Romans; proposed (Aug. 1538), 12, 239, 257.
-, -, or with Philip, prince of Spain, 13, 241, 276.
-, -, ultimately married to Antoine de Bourbon, du. of Vendme, 345, 529.
-, of Magdalen of France, eldest dau. of Francis, to k. James V. of Scotland (d. July 1537), 10.
-, report of one being negociated between Margaret of Austria, the Emp's natural dau., and Pope Paul's grandson (Ottavio Farnese), 2.
-, -, accomplished (19 Jan. 1539), 36, 56, 99.
-, -, Henry said to have also applied for her hand, Int. xxiv.
-, -, -, according to Chapuys and Mendoza, on the authority of Cromwell (9 Feb. 1538), Int. xxiv.
-, one between Margaret, dau. of k. Francis, and prince Philip of Spain; proposed by q. Eleanor of France (Sept. 1538), 12, 45.
-, -, declined by the Emp. on the ground of his son, Philip, being too young to marry, 45.
-, that of the same with the eldest son of the k. of the Romans, 110.
-, -, the Imp. ambs. in France to insist upon it (May 1540), 2389.
-, between the same and the Emp. proposed by the Pope, 159, 167, 184.
-, -, as the means of settling the Milan question, 159.
-, -, her hand said to have also been offered by the French amb. to k. Henry (?), 457.
-, -, -, who answers that he must have his pensions paid first, ibid.
-, -, again proposed to the Emp. for his son, Philip, as the means of securing peace between him and Francis, 240.
-, -, the Spanish Council of State reporting against it (June 1540), 2401.
-, -, no good whatever can come out of such a, neither to the Emp. personally nor to Christendom, ibid.
-, -, Francis' dau. being of an age little suited for the prince, ibid.
-, -, the K., her father, having evidently proposed it in order to prevent the latter from marrying else-where, ibid.
-, that of Maria, the Infanta of Portugal, dau. of k. Dom Manoel, with the Dauphin (Franois de Valois) proposed, 148.
-, of the same with the du. of Orleans (Charles de Valois, Sept. 1538), 45, 93, 1112.
-, -, rejected altogether by the Emp., owing to her having been promised to Maximilian, 45, 1102, 182, 2389.
-, -, k. Joa III. of Portugal not inclined to favor it, 182.
-, -, -, as he would much prefer to have his own dau. [Maria] married to prince Maximilian, ibid.
-, -, -, and is besides unwilling to disburse the Princess' dower, 2112.
-, -, ultimately married (Nov. 1543) to prince Philip, son of Charles, 241 n.
-, of Maria, Infanta of Spain, dau. of the Emp. and Isabella, with prince Edward, proposed by Cromwell, 65.
-, of the same with the du. of Orleans, proposed by q. Eleanor, 101.
-, -, recommended by the Pope, 390.
-, -, accepted by the Emp. on certain conditions, ibid.
-, -, -, a most desirable one, said he to Granvelle, 390.
-, -, does not take place, Maria being ultimately married to her cousin, Maximilian II., 549.
-, of, Mary of England and the Infante of Portugal, Dom Luis, 1923, 6370, 79, 95.
-, -, negociations for the, commencing in 1538; continued in Brussels, 313, 4572.
-, -, to be effected conjointly with k. Henry's to the do. du. of Milan, 67.
-, -, Memorandum of conditions to be stipulated, 62.
-, rumour of one between the same and her cousin, the Emp. (Nov. 1440), 282, Int. xviiixix.
-, -, if achieved (said the privy councillors to Chapuys), it would be a great source of displeasure to the French, 282.
-, -, the report of it described by Marillac as one of the many inventions of the Imperialists, Int. xix.
-, -, another report of the K., her father, trying to marry her to the young du. of Bavaria (Philip) (Dec. 1539), Int. xxi.
-, that of the same and the du. of Orleans first proposed to k. Francis by the Emp. in 1536, 367.
-, -, again solicited by Francis himself through his amb. (Aug. 1541), 354, 407, 409, 454.
-, -, though at present (Oct. 1541) the English seem inclined to entertain the French offers of that marriage, I fancy (says Chapuys) that all is dissimulation on their part, 367.
-, -, -, and on that of k. Francis himself, who would not like his son (Charles) to succeed to the crown of England, ibid.
-, -, the Privy Council of France not in favor of it, 3745.
-, -, amb. Marillac ordered to push on the negotiations as briskly as he can, 409.
-, -, -, and to make offers on a large scale, ibid.
-, -, -, but ask for 500,000 crs. as a dower, besides the extinction of all debts to England, 504.
Marseilles; the Avignon prisoners taken to, 425.
-, the galleys of, causing an alarm and obliging that of Mr. de Granvelle to go back to Genoa (Feb. 1542), 482.
Martin Alonso, v. Rios.
-, (Henri), French historian; quoted, 548.
Martinez de Leyva (Sancho), Span. naval commander, 278.
-, de la Puente, historian; quoted, Int. xxviii n.
Martinusi, Martinuzzi, bp. of Peter Varadin (153451), 515.
-, life of, written by Bechet, 515 n.
Marvol. Mr. de (Philippe), amb. in France (1541), 36870, 388, 460, 476, Int. xxii.
Mary of England (Mme. Marie, the Princess, &c.), dau. of Henry VIII., 150, 324, 385, 407.
-, -, visited by Chapuys and Mendoza (Aug. 1538), 25.
-, -, Cromwell writes to, a letter in Henry's name, warning her of the amb.'s visit, ibid.
-, -, -, and persuading her to complain of the Emp.'s coldness and indifference in the matter of her marriage, ibid.
-, -, asked by the Imp. ambs. whether, in case of an opportunity presenting itself, she would be ready to quit England by stealth (Aug. 1538), 26.
-, -, -, answers discreetly that she cannot possibly say "yes" or "no," ibid.
-, -, -, things might arrive at such a pitch, and the opportunity be so favorable, that she would have no scruple at all in leaving England, ibid.
-, -, -, but should the K., her father, show greater consideration for her, she would much prefer to remain, 278.
-, -, rather delicate, owing, as Mendoza presumes, to the close confinement in which she is kept, 43.
-, -, her marriage to the Infante of Portugal (Dom Luiz) negociated, 31, 39, 48, 635, 6974, 807, 957, 407.
-, -, in case of her being married to the Infante of Portugal (Dom Luyz), is not to grant anything against Mother Church or the Apostolic See, 63.
-, -, -, nor be compelled to sign statutes or articles against Church or Pope, ibid.
-, -, k. Henry refusing to declare her legitimacy, 64.
-, -, -, though he is willing to appoint her heiress to his throne should be die without children, sons or females, from q. Jane Seymour, ibid.
-, -, Memorandum of conditions to be stipulated for the, of the Princess to Dom Luiz, 25.
-, -, great care should be taken that she be declared legitimate and lawful heiress to the crown of England, 66.
-, -, -, should Henry not agree to that, no mention of his refusal to be made in the marriage contract, ibid.
-, -, vague rumours of her marriage to her cousin the Emp., 282.
-, -, -, if accomplished, said the privy councillors to Chapuys (23 Oct. 1540), it will be a sad blow to the French, ibid.
-, -, an attempt made to take away from her two of her maid servants, 295.
-, -, -, which (according to Chapuys) proceeded entirely from q. Catharine Howard, ibid.
-, -, -, rather offended at her not being treated by, with the same respect us the two preceding queens, ibid.
-, -, in good health, though much distressed at the death of one of her maids of honor, 309.
-, -, -, who has actually died of grief on her being removed from her service (Feb. 1541), ibid.
-, -, visited by her father (May 1541), 324.
-, -, -, who grants her permission to reside at Court, ibid.
-, -, sued in marriage by the Palatine du. Philip (May 1541), 324, Int. xxi.
-, -, her hand urgently solicited by k. Francis for his son, the du. of Orleans, 354, 407, 409, 434.
-, -, after Catharine Howard's trial, sent back to her own residence in the country (Nov. 1541), 396.
-, -, negociations for her marriage to the Infante Dom Luiz of Portugal suspended or entirely broken. (Aug. 1541), 354, 385.
-, -, fresh attempt made by k. Francis to promote the marriage of his son to, 354, 4078.
-, -, Marillac instructed to limit himself to two points, the French pension and its arrears, and the Princess' dower, 354.
-, -, -, Marillac pretending that he has full powers from k. Francis to treat of the, ibid.
-, -, her marriage not to Francis' taste (says Chapuys to Henry), 434.
-, -, -, though proposed by him, it can never be approved of by his subjects, ibid.
-, -, -, the French would not like the du. of Orleans to become k. of England through such means, ibid.
-, -, -, and, on the other hand, k. Henry would not consent to his son-in-law being frustrated of the duchy of Bretagne, which belongs to him by right, ibid.
-, -, her legitimation urgently solicited by Marillac, 453.
-, -, -, it would offer no difficulty (said Norfolk to Marillac, Jan. 1542), though the prince of Wales, or any other child of Henry's, male or female, except Elizabeth, would be preferred, ibid.
-, -, indisposed (March 1542), 484.
-, -, suffering from palpitations of the heart (April 1542), 506.
-, -, all hope of her marriage to the du. of Orleans completely abandoned, 509.
-, -, said to be dangerously ill (April 1542), 508.
-, -, slowly improving in health, though at one time she was in danger of life, 511.
-, -, the K., her father, taking great care of her, 510.
-, (Marie), do. q. of Hungary, sister of Charles V. (b. 1505); regent of the Low Countries, 10, 14, 19, 22, 24, 314, 40, 434, 48 n., 52, 70, 7987, 97, 114, 142, 285, 296, 333, 402, 411, 414, 416, 419, 4502, 4805, 493, 496, Int. ii.
-, -, proposed interview of k. Francis with, at Cambray, 12.
-, -, -, about to undertake a journey for that purpose (Sept. 1538), 44.
-, -, her deputies at Brussels negociating with the Eng. ambs., 745, 7987, 956, 553.
-, -, applies to Spain for instructions on certain points of the treaty being negociated at Brussels, 957.
-, -, said by Francis to have frequently solicited him to hold interviews with the Emp., 345.
-, -, -, which he has declined as leading to no good, ibid.
-, -, her deputies to negociate with the English a new commercial treaty between the two countries, 353.
-, -, communicating with Chapuys on the Emp.'s political relations with England, 468, 12931, 410, 419, 4757, 4857.
-, -, Instructions to Esq. Wynacourt (March 1539), 50.
-, -, her almoner, v. Maioris.
-, -, lets. to Chapuys (1538), 16, 233, 2412.
-, -, let. of k. Henry to, 91.
-, -, Maioris' lets. to (March 1539), 489, 51, 601.
-, -, Chapuys' lets. to, (1538) 21, (1540) 134, 136, 1434, 1467, (1541) 14855, 1579, 1623, 1668, 174, 1778, 186, 196, 199, 201, 204, 210, 216, 2201, 225, 231, 235, 240, 2467, 250.
-, Tudor, du. of Suffolk, v. under Tudor.
Mason (Master). Sir Thomas Whyatt's sec., recalled from Spain (Jan. 1541), 308.
Massa, marq. della, v. Este (Francesco d').
Matagriffo, Matagrifone (?), castle of, in Sicily, 231.
Mathias (Dr. ), vice-chancellor of the Empire, to be sent to Germany, 138.
-, said to have gone to the Emp. on a mission of the Separatists about the General Council, 142.
-, his negociation with the k. of the Romans, 184.
Maurice of Saxony; report of his election in Dec. 1541 as k. of Silesia and Moravia after a revolt of those provinces against the k of the Romans, 420.
Maximilian I., emp. of Germany (1493519); alluded, 5, 348 n.
-, -, tax imposed by, on Eng. woollen cloth introduced in Brabant, 285.
-, II., son of Ferdinand, k. of the Romans; his marriage with Elizabeth proposed by Cromwell to Chapuys, 656, 549.
-, -, -, with Margaret of France (May 1540), 239.
-, -, -, to be insisted upon, 23940.
-, -, should k. Francis refuse to, the hand of his dau., Margaret, let the Emp.'s nephew marry Maria of Portugal, 340.
-, -, marries his cousin Maria, Infanta of Spain, the Emp.'s dau., 549.
Mecca, in Arabia, 339.
-, Sheikh of, ibid.
Medici, Florentine family of the; their property in Rome, 50, 152.
-, -, -, to be carefully investigated and secured for Margaret, the do. du. of Florence, widow of Alessandro, 156.
-, -, in Florence, 155.
-, -, Pope Paul displeased at the lawsuit against Cosmo being suspended by the Emp.'s orders, ibid.
-, (Alessandro de'), du of Florence, 1 n., 56, 132, 355, 526, 530, 547, Int. xxiii.
-, -, the rights of Margaret, the Emp.'s dau., to the succession of. 186.
-, -, his agent in Spain, v. Cherubino.
-, (Caterina de'), niece of Clement VII.; her marriage to Henri de Valois mentioned, 287 n.
-, (Clemente), son of Julio, v. Clement VII., Pope.
-, (Cosmo de'), du. of Florence (153770), 1, 9, 46, 54, 1312, 144, 2278, 415, 459.
-, -, marries the dau. of the marq. de Villafranca, viceroy of Naples, 9, 212, 288.
-, -, Pope Paul complaining bitterly of, 98, 144, 2112.
-, -, suspected of helping the Perugians, 2889.
-, -, his wife, v. Toledo (Leanor de).
-, -, let. to the marq. del Gasto, gov. of Milan (1540), 140.
-, -, his reconciliation with card. Cibo's friends (Nov. 1539). 2112.
-, (Ippolito de'), card., natural son of Julio.
-, -, death of, in 1541, 335.
-, -, -, of the plague, though (as reported) from poison administered to him by order of Pope Paul, 335.
-, (Laudemia), sister (?) of Lorenzino de' Medici, Add. and Cor. 547.
-, (Loreno, Lorenzo), also called Lorenzino, 339, 547.
Medina del Campo, town of Castille; its annual fair; bills discounted and negociated at, 140.
-, Celi, du. of, v. La Cerda.
-, de Rioseco, town of Castille, 532.
-, -, du. of, v. Enriquez de Cabrera.
-, Sidonia, du. de, v. Guzman.
Mediterranean sea, 447, 492.
Melao, Melazzo, in Sicily, 231.
Melfi, v. Amalfi.
-, du. of, v. Piccolomini.
-, marq. of, 424.
-, prince of, v. Doria (Andrea).
Men-at-arms, English, from the Northern Counties; one hundred arrive in London accoutred and armed in the old fashion (April 1541), 319.
-, -, a still larger number expected to cross over and reinforce the garrison of Guisnes, 320.
-, French (gendarmerie), i.e. body of, to follow Hannebault into Piedmont, 345.
-, Neapolitan, intended for the Algiers expedition (Oct. 1541); not in such condition and order as viceroy Toledo represented them to be, 373.
Mendez de Vasconcellos (D. Alvaro), Port. amb. to the Imp. Court, 294.
Mendoa, Mendoza, family, 1 n.
-, (D. Bernardino), Span. naval commander, 291.
-, -, the squadron under his orders to go in pursuit of Barbarossa, 243.
-, -, -, to sail to Malaga (July 1540), ibid, 245.
-, -, -, arrival of, at Cartagena (Oct. 1541), 373.
-, (D. Diego Hurtado de), Imp. amb. in England, 3, 39, 635, 69 n., 801, 547, Int. i n.
-, -, his joint mission with Chapuys, 1531.
-, -, recalled; takes leave and departs for Flanders (Sept. 1538), 19, 40, 467.
-, -, writes a report on his negociation in England, 42.
-, -, Henry's present of 400 to, 24, 44.
-, -, his journey to Breda, 434.
-, is appointed to Venice instead of Seria (April 1539), 146.
-, -, Instructions to, 56.
-, -, negociates with the Signory, 197, 200, 209.
-, -, news from the Levant and the Turk sent by, 199, 293, 416, 422, 460.
-, -, lets. to the Emp. from London (1538), 7.
-, -, -, from Breda, in Brabant, 12.
-, -, -, -, his report from that town, 25.
-, -, -, from Venice, 164, 171, 193.
-, -, -, to the q. of Hungary, 25.
-, -, -, to High Commander Cobos (1538), 13.
-, -, v. also under Hurtado de Mendoza (Diego).
-, (D. Francisco de), bp. of Jaen, in Andalucia, 290 n.
-, (D. Iigo), co. of Tendilla, v. Lopez de Mendoza.
-, (D. Juan de), 373.
-, (Da. Maria de), wife of Francisco de los Cobos, High Commander of Leon, 212.
-, (Da. Mencia de), marq. de Zenete; married to Henri de Nassau, prince of Orange, 423.
-, (D. Rodrigo), first marq. de Zenete (1491), 43 n.
Meneses (D. Alexo or Aleixo de), Port. amb. at the court of Charles (1538), 5.
-, -, recalled (Feb. 1539), 109.
-, marq. de Villa Real (?), 5.
-, (D. Gernimo de), ibid.
Menorca, island of, one of the Balearic; the Emp. lands at (26 Nov. 1541), 372, 407 n.
Merchants, foreign, in England, much oppressed, 282, 286.
-, -, strong measures intended against the, ibid.
-, -, subsidy levied on the, 283.
-, -, to be expelled unless they apply for lets. of naturalisation, swear fealty to the K., and pay besides a heavy tax by way of subsidy (April 1541), 317, 353.
-, Spanish in England; the K.'s Privy Council rather inclined to treat the, more rudely than those of other nations, 313.
-, -, -, by asking from them excessive sums of money on account of the subsidy, ibid.
-, -, -, which now-a-days all foreign, the French included, are bound to pay within three days' time under pain of confiscation of property (March 1541), ibid.
-, English, having ships in the Span. ports at the time that the Navigation edict was promulgated, seriously alarmed, 324.
-, -, said to be much injured by the Emp.'s Navigation Act, 444.
Messengers, King's. One sent by Henry to the French and Imp. ambs. informing them of Cromwell's imprisonment (June 1540), 538.
Messina, in Sicily; Doria anchors at (Aug. 1538), 13, 173, 211, 215, 231, 2334.
-, intended attack of, by Barbarossa, 231.
-, castle of San Salvador, in Messina, 235.
-, let. dated from, 5.
Mesta, corporation of shepherds or owners of flocks in Extremadura (Spain), 276.
Meyer (Marcus, Mark), a capt. of Lubeck, 436.
Milan, duchy or State of, 4, 24, 31, 45, 53, 95, 102, 194, 387, 3902, 4178, 425, 428, 438, 441.
-, -, the investiture of, said to have been offered by the Emp. to k. Henry on condition of his making a defensive and offensive league with him against all enemies, 65.
-, -, Henry openly aspiring to the, 69.
-, -, -, which, he says, he will have in spite of any other Prince wishing for it, ibid.
-, -, -, his only purpose being to engender jealousy between the Emp. and Francis (says Chapuys), ibid.
-, -, the Emp., however, cannot dispose of it without the consent of the Italian powers (says Chapuys to him), 66.
-, -, the investiture of, to be given to Dom Luiz of Portugal on his marriage with Mary, 66, 294, 338.
-, -, Henry asking for it for his dau., the Princess, 26, 66.
-, -, -, and telling the French amb. [Castillon] that the Emp. offered it to him before the meeting at Aigues-Mortes, ibid.
-, -, the defence of, against the French to be stipulated in case of Henry marrying the do. du. Christina, 68.
-, -, -, vaguely promised by the English ambs., ibid.
-, -, the question of (writes q. Mary to Chapuys), open, in Aug. 1538, to many considerations, 689.
-, -, cannot be disposed of as easily as Henry thinks, ibid.
-, -, Francis begins to suspect that the Emp. will not give him the investiture of, 102, 105, 177.
-, -, the negociations concerning, again resumed, 159, 239, 278.
-, -, the Emp.'s answer to Francis' memorandum concerning, and instructions to Mons. de St. Vincent and Mons. de Peloux, his ambs. in France (15 May 1540), 235, 240.
-, -, Francis persevering in his intention to get possession of, and incorporate it with the crown of France, 278.
-, -, Francis proposing to devolve his rights to, on his son, the du. of Orleans, if the marriage of the Princess to him takes place, 330.
-, -, upon Pope Paul hinting to Granvelle, in Nov. 1541, that the declaration about the truce asked from Francis might be preceded by the promise of, 390.
-, -, -, if that is to be one of the conditions (answers Granvelle) peace cannot be made, for it would be impolitic, and at the same time dangerous to Italy and to the States of the Church, ibid.
-, -, the incorporation of the, with the crown of France evidently and openly k. Francis' chief aim, ibid.
-, -, -, Pope Paul seemingly in favor of it, as the only means of securing peace between France and the Empire, 391.
-, -, -, Francis' threats in Dec. 1541 having no other origin than his firm belief that the failure of the Algiers expedition would facilitate the conquest of, 428.
-, -, -, but when he hears that the Emp. is back safe in Spain, he is sure to change his tone, ibid.
-, -, the inhabitants of, on good terms with the French of Piedmont (April 1542), 495.
-, -, last du. of, of the Sforza family, v. Sforza (Francesco).
-, -, do. du. of, v. Christina.
-, city, 197, 4234.
-, -, differences between Imperialists and Frenchmen at, put down by Prat (Jan. 1539), 105.
-, -, Gasto returning to (Dec. 1541), 421.
-, -, castle of, 423, 427.
-, -, bankers of, 422.
-, -, Chancellor of, v. Caracciolo.
-, -, Capitano di Guistizia in, ordered to make inquiries concerning the murder of Fragoso and Rincon, 337, 424.
-, -, Senate, 417.
-, -, -, president of, ibid.
-, -, let. dated from, 169.
Minerva (La), a university of Rome, 444.
Mirandola, La, the castle of, 339, 415.
-, co. of, v. Pico.
Modena, duchy of, differences about the, between Pope Paul and Hercole d'Este, du. of Ferrara, 99.
-, -, settled (Jan. 1539), ibid.
-, city of, 57.
-, -, a commodious place for the meeting of the Council, 401.
-, -, bp. of. v. Morone.
Modenese, the country about Modena; Paolo da Ceri stirring in the (Dec. 1541), 415.
Modorra, the disease called (drowsiness), prevailing in Castille (Aug. 1540), 245.
Mohametana, in Eastern Africa, v. La Mahometana.
Mohedano (Dr.), auditor of the Rota at Rome (15389); the Emp.'s vassal; recommended to the Emp. for a bpc, 122, 164.
-, presented for that of Gaeta (July 1540), 244.
-, legal inquiry into Hurtado's conduct committed to, 163.
-, appointed auditor at the Rota, 164.
Moldavia, the Turk to overrun, 9, 11.
-, -, said to be much weakened by his last losses in (Jan. 1549), 107.
Molembays, Molembaix, co. of, councillor in Flanders, 52.
Molfetta, du. de, v. Gonzaga (Ferrante).
Molina, sec., v. Vazquez de Molina.
Monaco, in Italy; the Emp. refusing the offer of, 441.
Monasterio, Monesterio (Monestir), in Africa, 275.
-, taking of, by the Turks, 291.
-, retaken by Doria and Gonzaga, 293.
Monbell, Montbell (Francesca di), princess of Sulmona, widow of Charles de Lannoy, 153.
-, (Isabella), wife of Ascanio Colonna, 153 n.
Monon, in Aragon, 272.
-, the Cortes of, 417.
Mondejar, marq. de, v. Lopez de Mendoza.
Monego v. Monaco.
Monico, v. Munich or Mnch.
Monferrato (Isabella di), do. du. of Mantua; wife of Frederic, marq. and afterwards du. of Mantua; death of, recorded (14 Feb. 1539), 116.
Mongiron (Monsr. de). Francis' lieutenant in the Dauphin, 360.
-, arrests the bp. of Valencia (George of Austria), at his passage, ibid.
Monopoli, in Naples, 175.
-, bp. of, v. Pio da Carpi.
Monpeller, v. Montpellier.
Monstreul, in Picardy, v. Montreuil.
Montagu (Mr. de), v. Pole.
Monte, one of the divisions at Sienna, 417.
Montejean (Ren de), lieut.-gen. and governor of Piedmont, 12.
Montepulchano (Montepulciano, in Tuscany) (Giovan di), Papal Nuncio to Spain, 428.
-, -, articles drawn by, in the Palavicino case, 130.
-, v. Riccio da Montepulciano (?).
Monterron, a castle of Picardy, 465.
Montferrato, the abbey of; law-suit of, lost by Ferrante Gonzaga, 210.
Montmorency (Anne de), Grand Master and Grand Constable of France, 105, 30, 757, 102, 105, 151, 154 n., 1767, 2013, 223, 239, 333, 532.
-, -, his ruin worked by card. de Lorraine, 303, Int. iii.
-, -, intended journey to Spain in company with card. de Lorraine (April 1540) put off, 228.
-, -, enjoying more than ever Francis' favor (Aug. 1540), 250.
-, -, one of his castles turned into a prison for the prisoners of Avignon, 426.
-, -, his conferences with the Imp. amb. (Aug. 1539), 17781.
-, -, in correspondence with Marillac, Int. xxii, xiiiv.
-, (Franois de), sieur de la Rochepot, brother of the Constable Anne, Int. iii, viii, xii.
-, (Philippe de), sieur de Courrires, Imp. amb. in England; to London with lets. of credence for k. Henry and his ministers (March 1542), 4801, 483.
-, -, Chapuys suspecting that his mission will do no good, 503.
Montoire? Moutire? q. v.
Montpelier, Montpellier, in the S. of France, 382.
-, bp. of, v. Pellisier.
Montreuil sur Mer (dep. Pas de Calais); let. dated from, 248.
-, (Mr. de), his opinion of the French, 433.
-, (Mme. de), governess of the deceased q. of Scotland (Magdalen), 28, 30, 41.
Moors, African; 500 Turks and, slain in a naval battle in sight of Gibraltar (Sept. 1540), 279.
-, Tunisian, 231.
-, Spain to be guarded against an invasion of the, 495.
Moravia, the people of, said to have revolted against the k. of the Romans, 420.
-, -, and to have elected a du. of their own, ibid.
More, the manor of, given by Henry to Anne de Clves, Int. xv.
Morea, the coast of, to be defended against the Turks, 31, 230.
Moreri, "Grand Dictionnaire historique"; quoted, Int. xix.
Moro (Giovan), a Venetian; gov. of Candia; appointed captain-general of the sea in the room of Vincenzio Capelo, 116.
Moron, town of Andalucia, in the prov. of Seville, 271.
Morone (Giovan), bp. of Modena, Papal Nuncio to Germany, 157, 399, 401, 403, 5157, 51920.
-, proposed for the reform of the Clergy in Germany (1540), 280, 403, 405.
-, to go to the Diet of Spires, 519.
-, Instructions to (1540), 258.
Moroni, "Dizionario d'erudizione"; quoted, 515 n.
Morveilliers, v. Morvillier.
Morvillier (Morbilliers, Jean de), French amb. to Scotland, 4123, 435, 471.
Mosquera (licdo), proposed for the office of Keeper of the Archives at Simancas, 242.
Mota (Aleandro di), abp. of Brindisi and card.; appointed Papal Nuncio in Germany, 36, 287.
Moutiere, Moutiers, a castle of Picardy near Ardres, 465.
Munich (Munk), in Bavaria; a courier from, to Rome in six days sent by the du. to Paul III. (Jan. 1539), 106.
Muoz de Salazar (Juan), Span. officer in the Roussillon (Oct. 1540), 278.