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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Naples, kingdom of, 139, 172, 1934, 215, 217, 275, 286, 355, 396, 403, 406, 438, 515.
-, -, no available means of paying the Pope 15,000 ducats on, 155.
-, -, Collateral Council of, 417.
-, -, viceroy of, v. Toledo.
-, -, card. of, v. Sanseverino.
-, -, city of; Commander Giron sent by Doria to (May 1539), 153.
Napoleoni, Italian family, 536.
Napoles (Napoli), v. Naples.
Napoli, v. Naples.
-, di Romania. The castles and fortresses of, and Candia to be provisioned during the winter for fear of an attack from the Turk (1538), 88.
Nassau (Alexis de), lord of Courtney and Trasnes; natural son of Henri, prince of Orange, 42 n.
-, (Guillaume de), prince of Orange, ibid.
-, (Henri de, Mons. de), marq. de Zenete, 40, 43 n., 44.
-, -, death of, at Breda (Sept. 1538), 42 n.
-, (Ren de), prince of Orange (d. 1544), ibid, 44, 175, 223.
Navarra (Pedro de), marq. de Cortes, civil gov. (asistente) of Seville in 1540, 2701.
Navarre (Navarra), kingdom of, 6, 104, 2778.
-, viceroy of, v. Cueva (Beltran de la).
-, titular k. of, v. Albret.
-, princess of, v. Albret (Jeanne d').
Navarro (co. Pedro), Spanish commander on the coast of Africa, 456 n.
Naves (Dr.), councillor; writing from Germany (Dec. 1541), 422.
Navigation, the Emp.'s edict on, proclaimed in Flanders, 227, 343, 348, 350, 353, 410.
-, -, and also in Spain, 344, 366.
-, -, in retaliation for similar measures in England, 2267.
-, its revocation made one of the conditions of the treaty of alliance against France, 227.
-, were the old laws on, to be revived in Spain, the English would no longer find employment for their merchant navy, 3501.
-, k. Henry strongly protesting against it, 343.
-, long debates in the Privy Council respecting the (12 Aug. 1541), 34253.
-, no change or alteration to be introduced in the Emp.'s edict on (writes Chapuys, Oct. 1541), 366.
-, -, unless the measures he himself recommended once be adopted, ibid.
-, said to have been finally revoked (Jan. 1542), 458.
-, -, its revocation being called forth, as Chapuys considers, by the ill success of the Algiers expedition, 458.
Negroponte (Negrepont), island of the Greek archipelago; Barbarossa sailing for (Nov. 1541), 404.
Neocastro, v. Novocastro.
Neocort, Neocourt, card. (?); goes to France on a mission of Pope Paul (Nov. 1549), 289.
Netherlands, v. under Low Countries.
Neuf-bourg (Le), in France (dep. Eure), 345.
Nevers, du. de, v. Gonzaga (Luigi).
-, house of, 6, 529.
-, bp. of, v. Bourbon (Charles).
-, (Louis de), co. of Flanders, 516.
Neufport, Newport, in Flanders, v. Nieuport.
-, in Monmouthshire (England), 270.
Nicastro, bp. of, v. Cervini.
Nieuport, port of Flanders; 14 English merchant ships seized in, 225.
Neville (Sir John), executed in the North of England (June 1541), 331, 335.
Nio (Martin), Span. naval officer, 276.
-, (Rodrigo), said to have been designated for the post of lord Chamberlain to Margaret (1541), 364.
Nivel, v. Neville (Sir John).
-, interview of Charles and Francis at, alluded 1 n., 15, 68, 112.
-, treaty or truce of, 68, 80, 513, Int. vi, ix.
-, the castle or citadel of, to be guarded against the danger of falling into the hands of the French, 524.
Noguerol, Noguerolles, co. Leonardo, Ferdinand's agent to Turkey; at Siena, on his way to Rome (Dec. 1541), 418.
-, -, to report to the Pope his conversation with Solyman concerning Hungary, 423.
Nolita, Span. word meaning "freight," from the French "noliser," 357.
Normandy, duchy of, in France; k. Francis returning to (April 1540), 228.
-, claimed by k. Henry as his own, 441.
Nortamberland, v. Northumberland.
Northern Counties, rebellion in the (April 1541), 318, 3201, 328.
-, -, an abbot and two gentlemen hung and quartered, 331.
-, -, k. Henry in the, 327, 435.
-, -, -, not trusting on the fidelity of his officers there, causes the Border towns to be fortified, 321.
-, -, a gentlemen from the, once Eng. amb. to Scotland, a prisoner in the Tower, Int. xvii.
-, -, gov. of the, v. Holgate.
-, Seas and Germanic Ocean, 436, 488.
-, -, Francis endeavouring to obtain the supremacy in the, 436.
-, -, a passage to the, between Iceland and Groenland, to be found, if possible, 326.
-, -, two English vessels to undertake the exploration of the, ibid.
-, -, -, a Spaniard from Seville to command the expedition, 327.
-, -, -, for the sole and exclusive purpose of preventing the Easterlings and others from unlading their goods elsewhere than in France, 436.
-, -, -, -, and taking back salt, woollen cloth, and other French commodities, of which they stand in need, ibid.
Northumberland, earl of, v. Percy.
Norway, kingdom of, 48, 59, 66.
Novelara, Novellara (co. Julio della), goes to Rome on business (July 1540), 244.
-, recommended by Cobos to the marq. de Aguilar, ibid.
-, law-suit pending at Venice between, and a Frenchman (Sept. 1541), 363.
Novocastro (Neocastro, Nicastro), bp. of, v. Cervini (Marcello).
Nuncio, Papal, to Austria. Card. Rosario sent to k. Ferdinand as (15345), 514.
-, -, -, again in (1539), 157, 514.
-, -, Instructions to (1539), 253.
-, one residing at the court of Ferdinand, 525.
-, -, declares that Pope Paul is ready to join the Catholic League, though he cannot approve of the recess of Ratisbonne, 526.
-, in France, 101, 151, 371; v. Juvenale.
-, -, v. Ardinghelli, Capo di Ferro.
-, in Germany, v. Moronc, Roscrio.
-, in Portugal; tells Sarmiento, the Imp. amb. in Lisbon, that when the dispensation brief for the marriage of k. Dom Manoel and q. Doa Maria was applied for at Rome, it could not be found, 148.
-, in Spain (1538), 198; v. Poggio, Riccio da Montepulciano.
-, in Venice; receives a let. with news of the Turk (Nov. 1541), 406.
-, in England, in 1530; alluded, v. Borgho.
Nyce, Nyze, v. Nizza.
Obregon, a servant of the marq. de Aguilar at Rome, 4950.
Ocaa, in New Castille; commander of, v. Quiones (Juan de).
Ocean, the Germanic, 436.
Odet de Selve (Jean), first president of the Parliament of Paris; French amb. in Rome (1538), 10.
Odyssey, Homer's, translated into Spanish verse by sec. Gonzalo Perez, 545.
Odoardo (Maestro), 58.
Olaso (), Imperialist holding offices in Naples; death of (Sept. 1540), 267.
Olivares, co. of, v. Guzman.
Omedes (Juan de), Grand-master of Malta (153664), 309.
Oost (Western Germany), 62.
Oran, in Africa; not to be given up to Barbarossa on any account, 221.
Orange (L'Esleu d'), bp. elect of, in France; Montmorency's sec., 145, 1545, 157, 179, 181.
-, -, at Rome, 147, 151, 160.
-, -, object of his mission, 142.
-, prince of, v. Nassau.
-, -, coadjutor of, v. Pellisier.
Orders (Military) in Spain; dispensation to the commanders of the, 143, 155 n., 160, 169.
Ordnance, French. Some made of cast steel, so highly polished inside and out that it is a wonderful sight, 251.
-, -, at Breteuil ? ibid.
-, -, k. Francis going to see the, intending to have several pieces of it, ibid.
-, Spanish, master of the, 220.
-, -, his galley foundering in sight of Cartagena, on the return from the Algiers expedition (Dec. 1541), 431.
-, Turkish, taken at the siege of Castilnovo, no less than 16 heavy pieces of, 87.
-, -, two of them appropriated by viceroy Gonzaga; the lighter pieces by the men under his orders, ibid.
Orkney, islands, bp. of the, v. Reid.
Orleans, town of France, 220.
-, du. of, v. Valois (Charles de).
-, bp. of, v. Sanguin.
-, let. from (Dec. 1539), 95.
Orsini, the family and faction of the, at Rome, opposed to the Colonna, 322.
Orsino (Gian Giordano), 536.
-, (Girolamo), death of (Nov. 1540), 291.
-, (Hieronima), wife of Pier Luigi Farnese, du. of Castro, 55 n., 58, 91, Add. and Cor. 533, 536.
-, (Napoleone), abbot of Farfa, not to be made a cardinal, although Costanza Farnese, the Pope's dau., is very much in his favor (1539) 208, 290, Add. and Cor. 536.
-, (Valerio), appointed by the Venetians to receive Castilnovo (July 1539), 175.
Ortiz (Hieronymo), Imp. officer; takes lets. from the Emp. to the viceroy of Sicily (1539), 211.
Orton, sieur d'Arbois, appointed to accompany D. Diego de Mendoza in his mission to England (1537), Int. i.
Osceter, v. Exeter.
Osma, town of Castille; the reception of tithes at, 453.
-, bp. of, v. Acosta and Loaysa.
-, (Alvaro), bp. of Astorga; death of, 140, 531.
Osorio, Ossorio (Beatriz), 212 n.
-, (Juana), ibid.
-, Pimentel (Da. Leonor), dau. of the viceroy of Naples, marq. de Villafranca [D. Pedro de Toledo], 131 n.
-, -, married to Cosmo de' Medici, du. of Florence, 58, 98, 108, 288.
-, (D. Luis), marq. de Villafranca, 212 n.
-, (Da Maria), wife of D. Pedro de Toledo, marq. de Villafranca, viceroy of Naples, 131 n.
-, -, her death (Dec. 1539), 212.
Ostia, in the Roman States, Pope Paul going to (April 1540), 227.
-, -, returning from (Nov. 1541), 401.
Otranto, in Naples. The naval forces of the League to meet at Brindisi or at, 54.
-, Barbarossa preparing to attack, 2301.
Ouessant, town of Picardy, between Calais and Boulogne; k. Francis designing to build a fortress and harbour at, 465.