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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Pacheco (Da. Beatriz), Spanish lady, to be married to Mr. de Hedam (?), 13.
-, (Pedro), bp. of Pamplona and card. (1539–45), 545.
-, -, designated for a cardinal's hat, 290.
Paget (Sir William), clerk of the Privy Council (1541), in familiar communication with the Imp. amb. (Chapuys), 407–9, 429, 444, 462.
-, amb. to France (1542); detained at Rouen, Int. x, xxi.
Pagliano (Pallano), in the Roman States, Pope Paul at (Aug. 1541), 355, 526, Add. and Cor., 548.
Palatine, co. and du., v. Frederic and Philip.
-, countess, v. Dorothea of Denmark.
Palavicino, Pallavicino (Frate, Fray Battista), of Bologna, 242, 245, 263, 273–4, 278.
-, denies, under torture, all the charges he brought against Lope Hurtado, Margaret's lord High Chamberlain (Nov. 1540), 292–3.
Palencia, in Castille, bp. of, v. Sarmiento de Mendoza.
Palermo, in Sicily, 414.
-, mutiny of Spanish infantry at (Feb. 1539), 108.
-, abp. of, v. Carondelet (Jean de).
Palestrina, du. of, v. Colonna (Stephano).
Pallavicino (Frate), v. Palavicino.
Palma, the capital of Mallorca, one of the Balearic Islands, v. Mallorca.
Palmer (Maistre, Sir Thomas), under-warder of Calais; treasurer of Guisnes; prisoner in the Tower of London, together with two provosts of Calais (March 1541), 315, Int. xviii.
Palades Pontinas, said to belong to the Medici Family, 56.
Pamplona, in Navarre (Spain), the bpric. of, 114.
-, bp. of, v. Pacheco.
Papal authority. The K. (said Cromwell to Chapuys) will not insist on, provided no mention be made of it one way or another (Oct. 1538), 53.
Parco, abbey of Benedictines, in Sicily, 153, 161.
-, given to card. Farnese, 157.
Paravicino, the Friar, v. Palavicino.
Paris, 15, 46, 99, 214, 426.
-, Charles V. in (1–7 Jan. 1540), 210, 213, 222.
-, Chambre des Comptes (Chamber of Accounts) of, Int. xx.
-, abp. of, v. Bellay.
-, lets. from, 29, 96.
Parisani (Ascanio), bp. of Rimini, and card. (1529–49); Paul's treasurer, 207, Add. and Cor. 536.
Parisio (Paolo), card., bp. of Nicastro; a good man, and servant and vassal of the Emp. (Nov. 1541), 406, Add. and Cor. 550.
Park (?), Milord, introduces Chapuys at Hampton-Court (Dec. 1540), 296; v. Parr of Kendal.
Parker (Jane), dau. of lord Morley; do. viscountess of Rochefort; widow of George Boleyn, Anne's brother; implicated in Katharine's case, 395.
-, sentenced to death, 408.
-, executed (Feb. 1542), 472.
Parliament, English. Both houses of the, 251, 297, 408–9, 424, 451, 465, 469, 484, 504–6, 538.
-, -, German doctors in London to attend, 140–1.
-, -, to be prorogued (March 1542), 484.
-, -, at Westminster (May 1539), 150.
-, Irish, 342.
-, Scotch, 302.
-, of Paris, Int. xx.
-, -, president of, v. Odet de Selve.
Parmantier, convent of nuns at, Add. and Cor. 529.
Parr of Kendal (Sir Thomas) introduces amb. Chapuys to Henry at Hampton-Court, 296.
-, an error for Pallano or Pagliano, Add. and Cor. 543.
Pate (Richard), archdeacon of Lincoln; Eng. amb. to Spain (Dec. 1540), 307.
-, -, recalled (Jan. 1541), ibid.
-, -, his departure for the court of France to be kept secret, ibid.
Pau (dep. Basses Pyrenées, France); Henri II. d'Albret residing at, 544.
Paul III., Pope (Alessandro Farnese) (1334–50), 45, 49 n., 56–9, 102, 122–4, 125, 131–4, 138–9, 170–5, 179, 181, 204–10, 226, 322, 520–2, 526.
-, dislikes (says Castillon to Chapuys) the idea of Charles and Francis making peace, 30.
-, -, out of Rome (July-Aug. 1538), 34.
-, asked by the Emp. to deposit 400,000 crs. towards the African expedition, 36.
-, his reception of Margaret of Austria, the Emp.'s natural dau. (Nov. 1538), 55.
-, -, entering Rome to be married to Ottavio Farnese his grandson, ibid.
-, sends card. Pole to the Emp. (Jan. 1539), 97.
-, his declaration respecting the du. of Urbino, Guidobaldo della Rovere, and the duchy of Camarino (Jan. 1539), 98.
-, insists on the necessity of an undertaking against the Turk, 102.
-, his conversation with Andrea Doria concerning the expedition to the Levant (Feb. 1539), 112.
-, proceeds against Eng., and decrees Henry's deprivation (Jan. 1539), 101, 105.
-, dissatisfied at the answer given by the Emp. to card. Pole's proposals, 141.
-, -, and at his delaying to assist against England, 142.
-, hesitating about the suspension or closing of the General Council, ibid.
-, -, deciding at last for the suspension, 143.
-, complains of Aguilar (April 1539), 144.
-, his projects against England occupying all his thoughts, ibid.
-, highly disappointed at the turn the English affair is taking, ibid.
-, absent from Rome (June 1539), 159.
-, holding conferences with Aguilar and the Venetian amb. about Castilnovo and the League against the Turk (June 1539), 161–4.
-, urged to send money towards the armaments of the League (July 1539), 168.
-, taking much to heart the English affair, ibid.
-, negociating through his grandson, card. Farnese, the marriage of Vittoria with the du. Cosmo de Medici, 169.
-, discontented (July 1539) at the Emp. not taking up the Eng. business as warmly as he expected, 174.
-, unless his own private affairs go on prosperously, no favor is to be expected from him in political or ecclesiastical matters (writes Aguilar, 20 July 1539), 173.
-, -, tells the latter that the chief cause for his discontent is a private and personal one, and has nothing to do with England, ibid.
-, angry words of k. Francis against (Aug. 1539), 179.
-, -, took very little care of the public weal, ibid.
-, -, thought of nothing save the aggrandizement of his own family, ibid.
-, -, ever since the marriage of his grand-dau., Vittoria, to Antoine de Bourbon was refused, made use of angry words expressive of his disappointment, ibid.
-, absent from Rome, at Civitta Vecchia (Nov. 1539), 204.
-, -, returns and gives audience to D. Luis de Zuñiga, 209.
-, at Viterbo (Aug. 1540), 262.
-, -, Aguilar joining him there (Sept.), ibid.
-, Instructions to card. Rosario going as Nuncio to Austria, 253.
-, -, to card. Brundusino, 254.
-, -, to the same going to Hungary, 256–7.
-, -, to the bp. of Modena, 258.
-, promises to help the Catholic League with money, 280.
-, Should the Emp. make him an offer (said Pier Luigi, his son), he is sure to relinquish his negociations with Francis (Nov. 1540), 289.
-, suggests that the prince of Piedmont would be very acceptable, ibid.
-, -, though the contract ought to be kept secret for fear of the French, ibid.
-, negociating the marriage of his grand-dau. (Vittoria Farnese) in France, ibid.
-, on the arrival of news at Rome that the English had landed at Calais, tells the French amb., "If the k. of England makes war upon your master, I will assist him with all my power" (May 1541), 322.
-, -, asked by the amb. to put that declaration in writing, he declines, but fully authorizes him to write so to k. Francis, ibid.
-, holding frequent conferences with the Venetian amb. (May 1541), 322–3.
-, -, caused, as Aguilar thinks, by the Emp.'s projected journey to Italy, ibid.
-, -, -, and his dread of the Diet about to be held in Germany, ibid.
-, seriously thinking of renewing with the Swiss the old treaty of Julius II. (May 1541), 329.
-, -, and about to send to Switzerland an Italian captain to recruit men therein, ibid.
-, should the result of the Diet be favorable to the Germans and to the Emp., is sure to go over to France (writes Chapuys to the Emp., 16 July 1541), 341.
-, absent from Rome (July 1541), 355.
-, -, returns (25 Oct. 1541), 386.
-, appoints two cards., Farnese and Santa Croce, to debate with Aguilar and Granvelle on certain political matters, and especially on the truce with France, 386–90.
-, -, result of the conferences, and Paul's decision thereupon, 398–403.
-, the Fragoso and Rincon affair referred to, as umpire, 387.
-, -, to decide whether it may be considered an infraction of the truce on the part of the Emp., ibid.
-, nothing he likes so much as to see all the members of his family promoted (Dec. 1541), 427–8.
-, lets, to the Emp., (1539) 33, 81, 97, (1540) 113.
-, -, from. the Emp. to (1539), 9, 47.
-, Instructions to card. Brundusino, 255–6, 257.
-, -, to the bp. of Modena, 258.
-, his referendary, v. Cesis.
-, -, Datary and sec, v. Ardinghelli and Capo di Ferro.
-, -, master of ceremonies, 288.
-, -, treasurer, v. Parisani.
-, -, Nuncios and Legates: cards. Farnese, Juvenale, Poggio, Riccio.
-, IV. (Gian Pietro Caraffa), 120 n.
Paulet (Sir William), comptroller of the Royal household; the Order of the Garter conferred on (May 1541), 325.
Paulin (capt. Antoine), baron de la Garde; French envoy to Turkey (1541), 406, 464.
Pavia, in Lombardy, 336, 382.
-, three Spanish soldiers from the garrison of, implicated in Fragoso's murder, 338, 360, 547.
-, -, orders sent for their arrest (July 1541), ibid.
Pellicier, Pellisier (Guillaume de), bp. of Montpellier (1527–40); French amb. to Venice (1539), 105, 166, 489.
-, -, very busy (April 1540) making a league between Francis and the Turk against the Emp., 234.
-, (Ludovico, Louis), co-adjutor of Orange in France (1527–42); Montmorency's sec.; sent to Rome in company with Latino Juvenale (May 1539), 151, 179.
-, -, the object of his mission being to assure the Pope of Francis' perfect conformity of views with respect to England and k. Henry, 151.
-, -, asks Aguilar whether the Emp. is, or not, prepared to stop the intercourse of trade with England, 152.
-, -, -, the Imp. amb.'s evasive answer to that question (May 1539), 152.
Peloux (Anne de), a Frenchman in the service of the Emp. (1532–40), 235, 239, 520.
-, on a mission to k. Francis (July 1538), 35.
-, again sent to France (May 1540), 235, 239, 516, 520.
-, Instructions to (1540), 108.
Pelu, Pelux, v. Peloux.
Peña (——), sec. at Cartagena, 377.
Peninsula, the Spanish, ports in, 324.
Penna, duchy of, in Naples, 161, 169.
Pension, arrears of, owing to England, 434.
Percy (Henry), earl of Northumberland, 328.
Perez (Antonio), Philip II.'s sec, 545.
-, (Gonzalo), sec., 215, 267, 372, 545.
Peronne, in Picardy, 104.
Perosa, Perose, v. Perugia.
Perpiñan (Perpignan), in the Roussillon, 278, 377.
-, alcayde or gov. of, v. Beamonte.
Perreau (Louis de), sieur de Castillon; French amb. in England (1533–4); a second time (1537–8), 15–6, 25, 27–31, 37 n., 101, Add. and Cor. 529, Int. iii.
-, quits London (March, 1539), 142, Int. iii, iv.
-, mistaken for Gaspard de Coligny, sieur de Châtillon, Add. and Cor. 529, Int. iv.
Perrenot (Antoine), 63 n., Int. xxii n.
-, son of Nicholas and Philip II.'s prime-minister; bp. of Arras and card., 58.
-, (Charles), son of Nicolas, sieur de Granvelle, Int. xxii.
-, (Frederic), sieur de Champagney, brother of Jerôme, ibid.
-, (Jerôme), baron d'Autremont; sieur de Champagney; son of Nicolas, sieur de Granvelle, Int. xxii.
-, (Nicolas), sieur de Granvelle; Master of the Requests in Flanders; sec. of the Council; the Emp.'s Privy Seal, 277.
-, -, conversation with amb. Castelnau on the league against the Turk, 180–1.
-, -, sent to Italy on a special mission to Paul (Sept. 1541), 361, 364.
-, -, -, to remain there for some time negotiating, and attending to other affairs of the Emp.'s, 364.
-, -, -, -, those of Siena likely to give him much trouble, ibid.
-, -, his conferences with cards. Farnese and Santa Croce (14–22 Nov. 1541), 386–93.
-, -, -, his report of them, 414, 425, 428.
-, -, still negociating at Rome (22 Nov. 1541), 396–403.
-, -, efficiently helped in his negociations by the du. of Castro [Pier Luigi Farnese], 406.
-, -, to Siena, together with Aguilar, to quiet the dissensions prevailing in that Republic (Dec. 1541), 414–19.
-, -, -, reports on the reforms introduced by him there, 423–25.
-, -, to leave Siena for Milan, and thence to Genoa to embark for Spain (Dec. 1541), 418.
-, -, -, though he is watched by the enemy and considers his life in danger, ibid, 459.
-, -, on his way back to Spain (Jan. 1542), 459–61.
-, -, intending to go to Genoa by way of Nizza, at the request of the du. Carlo of Savoy, 461.
-, -, sails for Spain, and is pursued by French cruizers, 476.
-, -, obliged to return to Genoa, 476, 482–3.
-, -, arrives and lands at Barcelona (begin, of April 1542), 490–1, 502–3, 506.
-, -, his conferences with Gardiner at Regensburgh (1549); alluded, 490–2.
-, -, writes his despatches in French, owing to his being scantily versed in the Span, language, 215.
-, -, his wife, v. Bonvalot (Nicole).
-, -, his sons and relations, Int. xxii.
-, -, lets, to the Emp., (1538) 2, (1540) 133, (1541) 208, 214, 217, 226.
-, -, -, to sec. Cobos, 96.
-, -, -, to amb. Sarmiento de Mendoza, 17.
-, -, -, from sec. Cobos to, 127.
-, -, -, from Chapuys to, 121, 190, 203, 211, 229, 245, 251.
-, -, Lope Hurtado's to, 71.
-, (Thomas), sieur de Chantonnay; co. de Cante-Croix; Imp. amb. in England (1543); son of Nicolas, sieur do Granvelle, Int. xxii.
Persia, Shah of, v. Thamasp.
Peru (S. America), a grant of money from, to help the Emp. in the war against the Turk, 241.
Perugia, in the States of the Church, 227, 290, 415.
-, the people of, considered the most warlike in all Italy, 227.
-, -, revolt against the Pope on account of the Salt tax (April 1540), ibid.
-, -, shelter the "fuorusciti" of Florence and Siena, ibid.
-, -, issue proclamations calling themselves the obedient servants of the Apostolic See, but the enemies of the Farnese, ibid.
-, -, the Pope so determined to punish them, that no persuasions of the Imp. amb. will avail to make him desist from his plans, ibid.
-, the XXV. of, meditating an attack on, 288.
-, Ridolpho Baglione at the head of the "fuoruseiti" from (Nov. 1540), 288–9.
-, the Pope sends thither Gio. Battista Sabello with a body of light cavalry, 290.
-, -, to be followed by Alessandro Vitelli with a considerable force, if he will accept its command, ibid.
-, war against, carried on by Pope Paul, 403.
Pescara (marq. de), v. Davalos d'Aquino (Fernando).
-, marchioness de, 59; v. Colonna (Vittoria).
Peste (Pest), in Hungary, v. Buda-Pest.
Peter Varadin (Wardein), in Hungary, bp. of, v. Martinuzzi.
Petillano, co., v. Pitigliano.
Philip I., du. of Burgundy, co. of Flanders, and archdu. of Austria; k. of Spain by his marriage with Juana, q. of Castille, 445, 531.
-, -, visits England (1506), 59.
-, -, his treaties of commerce with Henry VII. (1506), 59, 532–3.
-, -, -, with Henry VIII. (1520), ibid.
-, (Philippe, Felipe), prince of Spain, eldest son of Charles V. (b. May 1527), 13 n., 241, 245, 276, 292, 440, 513.
-, -, various marriage alliances proposed for, 13, 45, 240, 276.
-, -, k. Henry's advice respecting, and his government of Spain during his father's absence, 447.
-, -, sporting at Aranjuez (Nov. 1541), 377.
-, -, visiting his sister, Da. Maria, ibid.
-, landgraf of Hesse, 106, 533.
-, -, sends ambassadors to k, Francis, 7.
-, -, -, enters into a league with him and with the dus. of Saxony and Clèves, for the defence of Ghelders, 277.
-, -, sends a mission to England, 31.
-, -, his quarrel with the du. of Saxony (July 1540), 245.
-, -, divorces (Aug. 1540), 254.
-, -, asks for the hand of Vittoria Farnese, 265.
-, -, writes to q. Mary of Hungary, the Regent of the Low Countries (13 Jan. 1539), 106.
-, -, his amb. in England arrives (Jan. 1540), Int. xii.
-, the Palatine; co. and du. of the Rhine, sends an embassy to England to ask for the hand of princess Mary (May 1541), 324.
-, -, comes in person, Int. x.
-, -, agent of, in London, v. Goderfinger.
Philpot (Clement), execution of (Aug. 1540), Int. x.
Physicians, royal. An Italian, of k. Henry visits Chapuys (Oct. 1540), 285.
-, -, who suspects him to be a spy of the K.'s, ibid.
-, suggests the princess' marriage to her cousin the Emp., ibid.
-, one of the, sent by k. Henry to visit Lady Rochefort daily, as he desires her recovery that he may have her executed afterwards (Dec. 1541), 408.
Piacenza, in Lombardy, 336.
Picardy (Picardie), prov. of France; the fortified towns of, to be inspected by order of k. Francis (Aug. 1540), 259.
Piçarro (Hernando), v. Pizarro.
Piccolomini [d'Aragon] (Alfonso), du. of Amalfi; commanding at Sienna in the Emp.'s name, 217.
-, his son, the marq., 424.
-, deprived of his command (Dec. 1541), 154, 418.
Pico della Mirandola (Galeotto), co. della Concordia; levying troops for the French, 339–40.
-, the Order of St. Michael conferred by Francis on (Aug. 1540), 359.
Piedmont, 46, 104, 140, 421, 495.
-, a rising against the French in, apprehended (Aug. 1538), 12.
-, marshal Hannebault to be sent to, 345.
-, quiet in Dec. 1540, as the French are not stirring therein, 422.
-, the French garrison in, to be reinforced (Aug. 1541), 523–4.
-, French forces in, increasing every day (Sept. 1541), 345, 361.
-, no sign of matters improving in, ibid.
-, prince of, v. Savoy (Emmanuele Philiberto).
Piença, in Tuscany; the du. of Amalfi ill at, 424.
Pietra Sancta, let. dated from, 226.
Pimentel (Da. Ana), dau. of the marq. de Aguilar, married to the co. de Salinas, 244 n.
-, (Juan Alonso), co. de Benavente, 288.
-, -, aspires to the hand of Vittoria Farnese, ibid.
-, Ossorio (Da. Maria), marq. de Villafranca, 212 n.
Pio da Carpi (Rudolfo), bp. of Faenza and card., 427.
-, (Theodoro), bp. of Monopoli in Naples (1513–44); of Faenza (1544–61), and card., Papal Nuncio to France, 175 n., 179.
-, -, intelligence communicated by, 421, 426–7.
-, -, sincerely attached to the Emp., 423.
Piombino, in Tuscany, 415.
-, not to be sold or disposed of without the Emp.'s previous knowledge, 525.
-, lord of, v. Appiani.
Pirates, English. A caravel from Seville, carrying a sum of gold and a quantity of amber and other merchandize to the value of upwards of 5,000 due, captured near Cape Alguer by a large ship manned by (Sept. 1540), 269–70.
-, -, -, her owners applying for lets, of "marque" and reprisal, ibid.
-, -, a Portuguese ship captured by, in the Channel, 304.
-, -, -, also a Span. vessel (Jan. 1541), ibid.
-, -, shortly to be tried and executed, though no money or property has been found in their hands, ibid.
-, French, in the Channel, 270.
-, -, in the West Indies, 100, 279, 294.
-, Turkish. All, and robbers flocking under the standard of Barbarossa, 231–2.
Pisseleu (Anne de), duchess d'Etampes, 113, 251, 255, 259.
-, promotes the fall of Montmorency, 333.
-, quarrels with Diane de Poitiers, 362.
Pitigliano, co., 55, 415, 422–6.
-, (Luigi), Add. and Cor. 533.
Pizarro (Hernando), returns from Peru, 241–2.
-, has a conference with Cobos, 241.
-, gives his opinion about a grant of money to the Emp., 241–2.
Plague, the, or sweating disease prevalent in England, 349.
-, ten of Chapuys' men ill with it, ibid.
-, -, a sec. of the du. of Norfolk, dying from its effects, 379.
-, much illness, almost amounting to a, prevailing in Spain, owing to the bad harvest of 1539, and the consequent privations of the poor people, 270.
-, -, unless proper lodgings and wholesome food be provided for the hungry beggars flocking to Madrid, there is great danger of an infection, ibid.
-, -, hospitals founded in Spain (Sept. 1540), ibid.
-, fever and "modorra" prevailing in Castille (Aug. 1540), 245.
-, in 1540; depopulating several towns and villages, and making it impossible to store provisions for the Algiers expedition, 494–5.
-, raging in Constantinople and the adjacent provinces (Sept. 1541), 362.
Plantagenet (Arthur), viscount Lisle; nat. son of Edward, deputy [governor] of Calais, 468, 552.
-, -, arrested and sent to the Tower, Int. xii–xiii, xviii.
-, -, hopes, however, are entertained of his being spared, 541.
-, -, -, as k. Henry has been heard to say that he cannot be persuaded that he acted maliciously, ibid.
-, -, his wife, v. Grey.
-, (Margaret), co. of Salisbury, dau. of the du. of Clarence; wife of Reginald de la Pole, executed (May 27, 1541), 331; v. under Salisbury.
Plasencia, in Italy, v. Piacenza.
-, in Extremadura (Spain), 489.
-, -, bp. of, v. Vargas de Carvajal (Gutierre de).
Plombières (dep. Vosges), the du. of Wüstenberg at, 78.
Po, r., of Italy, 333–37, 382, 521.
Poggio (Giovan), bp. of Tropea (1540), card. (1551), d. 1556; Papal Nuncio to the Emp. (1538–40), 36, 45–6, 137, 141, 143–5, 159, 186, 281, 286–8, 322–3, 391.
-, -, again (Sept. 1541), 364, 391, 520.
-, recommended by the Emp. for a cardinal's hat (Nov. 1539), 208.
-, -, a man of great merit and who has done good service, ibid.
-, -, other distinguished ecclesiastics have made the same application, and would be offended (answers Paul) were, to be made a cardinal, ibid.
-, -, -, should Paul, however, live long enough to make another creation, will not be forgotten, ibid.
-, lets, of, read in Consistory (May 1541), 322–3.
Poitiers (Diane de), the Dauphin's mistress, quarrels with Mme. d'Etampes (Sept. 1541), 362.
-, -, much time and money spent in making them friends, ibid; v. Valois (Henri de).
Pol, v. Powel.
Poland, kingdom of, 515.
-, k. of, v. Sigismond.
-, q. of, v. Isabella.
Pole (Geoffrey), sent to the Tower, 31.
-, (Henry), lord Montagu; in close confinement (June 1541), 332.
-, -, sentenced to death, ibid.
-, (card. Reginald); the English business to be entrusted by the Pope to, 31, 134, 168, 184–6, 331, 535.
-, goes to the Emp. in Spain, with a let. of Paul III. (Jan. 1538), 99, 141, 145, 168.
-, -, -, to treat of the affairs of England, 99.
-, -, -, and to k. Francis for the same purpose, 99, 168.
-, -, afraid of assassins paid by k. Henry, 99, 141.
-, -, arrives at Toledo (March 1539), 132.
-, -, -, has audience from the Emp., and explains his case, 134.
-, -, -, the Emp.'s answer to, not to the Pope's liking, 141, 166, 174, 535.
-, -, writes a let. to k. Francis, 141.
-, -, -, which is taken by a French abbot (St. Salut) of his acquaintance, 145.
-, -, mother of, v. Salisbury.
-, -, brother of, v. Montagu, lord.
Polici, Policy, sieur de, v. Dinteville.
Polidoro (Vergilio), leaves Rome on a message to the Emp. (Nov. 1540), 289.
Polin (Pollino?), cap., on a mission of Francis' to the Turk, v. Paulin.
Polish, a, gentleman, followed by eight or ten servants, arrives in London (July 1541), 335.
Pomblin, v. Piombino.
Pomegas (Las), Pomègues, island near Marseilles, 3.
Ponce de Leon (Ana de la Cruz), dau. of the du. of Arcos (D. Rodrigo), 271.
-, (D. Francisco), ibid.
-, (D. Luis Christoval), II. du. of Arcos, 271 n.
-, (D. Rodrigo), I. du. of Arcos, 271.
Ponfret (Pontefract); the fair of, to be the rendezvous of the Welsh rebels, 321; v. Pontefract.
Pont, marq. de, 332, 349; v. Lorraine (François de), and Pont à Mousson.
-, à Mousson, in the Lorraine; marq. de. v. Lorraine (François de).
Pontefract, in Yorkshire; the rising and conspiracy at (May 1541), 321.
Porto-Ercole, in Tuscany; the "Rocca" or castle of, 423–4.
-, a gov. appointed to, 424.
Portugal, kingdom of, 346.
-, k. of, Joaõ III. and Manocl.
-, princess of, v. Maria.
-, fleet of, in the Red Sea (1540), 293.
-, (Dom Alfonso, or Alphonso of), son of D. Manoel, k. of, made Cardinal, 5, 290.
-, (Dom Duarte de), son of k. Joaõ III., death of (Nov. 1540), 291–2.
-, (Dom Enrique), son of D. Manoel; a cardinal's hat for, 5.
-, (Dom Joaõ III., k. of), 5, 15, 48, 346.
-, -, prince of Brazil, son of the preceding, marries (1552) Juana, the Emp.'s daughter, 549.
-, (Dom Luys, Infante of), 5, 20, 43.
-, -, at Barcelona with the Emp., 109.
-, -, his marriage with princess Mary negociated, 63, 67, 79, 81, 91.
-, -, once so warm and expansive respecting the Emp.'s affairs, becoming all of a sudden cold and dissembling (Nov. 1540), 294.
-, -, no cause can be assigned for his disappointment, except that the promise of investing him with the duchy of Milan has never been fulfilled, ibid.
-, -, thinks, however, of nothing else but marrying his own niece (Maria), and succeeding to the throne, as his brother k. Joaõ has only one sickly child left, who cannot live long, ibid.
-, (Doña Maria, Infanta of), dau of k. Dom Manoel and Eleanor, the Emp.'s sister (b. 1527), 112.
-, -, (another) dau. of k. Joaõ III. and Catharina, the Emp.'s sister, 12, 110–1, 239, 280, 433, 550; v. also under Maria of Portugal.
Portuguese. Said to be slow in their deliberations, 279.
-, the fleet of the, in the Red Sea, 293, 339.
Possonia (Posen), in Poland, a diet to be held at (1539), 112.
Post. Regular communication by, between France and Spain, to be established (Aug. 1538), 11.
Postmasters. The Emp.'s, in Flanders, 104.
-, -, in Italy, ibid.
-, -, in Spain, ibid.
Post Office, in London. All private lets, in the, to be opened by the command of the Council (Jan. 1541), 307.
-, -, for fear they should contain any intelligence concerning Wallop's withdrawal from the Court of France, ibid.
Poulain, cap., French agent in Turkey, 406; v. Paulin?.
Powel, Dr., hung, Add. and Cor. 542.
Praët, sieur de, v. Flandre.
Prat (Antoine du), bp. of Sens; Chancellor of France, 381.
-, Cardinal's hat given to (1541), 427, 551.
Prato, ducal palace in Florence; the do. du. Margaret at the (Oct. 1538), 49.
-, let. from Rome, addressed to, 18.
-, from Pope Paul to Margaret, the Emp.'s natural dau., a jewel and a ring (Nov. 1540), 56, 291.
-, -, from the same to the same, a jewel and 3,000 ducats, 90, 99.
-, from the French amb. to k. Henry three wild-boar pies (Jan. 1541), 307.
-, from the k. of the Romans, Ferdinand, to the waywode of Transylvania on his marriage (March 1539), 118.
-, from k. Henry to amb. Mendoza on his departure from England (1538), 34, 44.
-, -, from the same to the ladies-in-waiting of the q. of Scotland, 41.
-, -, from the same to co. Claudio Rangone of a gold cup and 400 ducats inside of it (April 1542), 505.
-, from Anne de Clèves to k. Henry, as a New Year's gift, a pair of horses (Jan. 1541), 305.
-, -, from the same to the same on New Year's Day (1542), a piece of cramoisy cloth, 466.
-, -, from the King to Catharine Howard, of a ring and two small dogs (Jan. 1541), 306.
-, -, -, which Catharine passed over to Anne de Clèves, ibid.
-, -, -, and k. Henry recovered afterwards from the latter, 471.
-, from the Princess (Mary) to q. Catharine Howard on New Year's day, ibid.
-, from D. Diego de Mendoza to High Commander Cobos two [silver gilt?] salt-cellars (Sept. 1538), 44.
-, from k. Henry to the Scotch ambs. returning home (Feb. 1542), 1,500 duc. in silver plate, 469.
-, -, from the same to Mr. de Thayx, 300 crs., at his departure from London (March 1541), 312.
Prevessa (La), in Albania; expedition to; alluded, 133.
-, 18 Turkish sails leaving (Sept. 1541), 361.
-, Barbarossa intending to sail to, for winter quarters (Nov. 1541), 404.
Prisoners, all the Imp., in France to be released by order of k. Francis, with the only exception of the abp. of Valencia (Nov. 1541), 377.
Privateers, French, in the West Indies, 100, 279, 294.
-, -, a combined Span, and Port. fleet to be armed against the (Oct. 1540), 279.
-, -, in the Channel, 270.
-, Turkish, in the Mediterranean, 527.
Privy Seal. The charge of, after Cromwell's execution, given to Fitz William, 541.
-, Lord, to Henry VIII., v. Fitz William.
-, -, to the Emp., v. Granvelle.
Protestantism in Germany; much prevailing and increasing, 403.
-, a gentleman from, comes to England on a mission from the Grand-master of Rhodes, 309.
-, Imp. courier arrested in, 382.
Provenzia? v. Provence.
Prussia, duchy of, 61.
Puçol, in Naples, v. Puzzuolo.
-, bp. of, v. Barba (Bernardino).
Puglia, a province of Naples: 18 Turkish "fustees" infesting the coast of, 230–1 n., 355, 527.
Pulla, v. Puglia.
Pulleo (Antonius de), baron del Borgho; a Sicilian in Pope Clement's service sent to England as Nuncio (1530–3), Int. xxxi–ii.
Puzzuolo, in Naples, v. under Puçol.
Pyrenées, the, dividing Spain from France, 277, 364.
-, Basses, dep. of, in France, 544.