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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Quenebet, Quennebet, v. Knybet.
Quiñones (D. Bernardino), co. of Luna, 309 n.
-, (Fr. Francisco de), general of the Franciscans at Rome, card. Santa Croce, 543.
-, -, sent to Vicenza on the business of the General Council, and to announce its suspension (April 1539), 143.
-, -, recommended by the Emp. for a cardinal's hat, 144.
-, -, death of, at Veroli (Oct 1540), 289.
-, -, succeeded by Fr. Francisco Lunel, 435; v. Lunel (Fr. Francisco).
-, (D. Gaspar de), knight commander of Ocaña, in the Order of Santiago; arrives in London for the purpose of applying for a neutral ground to fight the marq. del Gusto, 309 n.
-, -, goes to France for the same object, ibid.
-, -, his application refused here and there (Feb. 1541), ibid.
-, (Juan de), ibid.
Quirinal (Quirinale), the Pope's palace at Rome, 50, 55.
Rabago, Imp. messenger sent to Rome with despatches (Oct. 1539), v. Ravago.
Radcliffe (Robert), earl of Sussex, 306.
Ragusa, in Dalmatia, 31, 58, 114, 167, 170, 172.
-, news from, 340, 404.
-, abp. of, v. Tribulzio.
Rangone (co. Claude or Clodio), comes to England (March 1542), 484, 505, 552.
-, -, his wife, 505.
-, (Luigi?), an error for Claude or Clodio, 505, Add. and Cor. 552.
-, -, on bad terms with the Pope, owing to certain castles which his wife possessed in the Parmigiano having been taken from him, ibid.
Ratisbone, v. Regensburg.
Ravago (—), treasurer and Imp. agent in Rome (1540) 191, 198, 224.
Ravenna, abp. of, v. Farnese (Ranuccio).
Ravestein, Mr. de, 18.
Raynaldus; his "Annales Ecclesiastici," quoted, 545.
Rayschak (?), German colonel, 44; v. Heychron.
Reading, abbot of, v. Cook (Hughes).
Real de Manzanares, co. de, v. Lopez de Mendoza (Iñigo I.).
Rectavil (?) in Normandy; an error of the scribe for Breteuil, q. v.
-, foundry of cannon at, 251.
Red Sea. Places on the, taken by the Portuguese (Nov. 1540), 293.
Redding, v. Reading.
Reform of the Clergy in Germany, proposed, 389, 397.
Regensburg, in Bavaria; diet of, 279, 304, 345, 437, 490.
-, -, Pope Paul cannot possibly approve of the recess of the, 526.
-, French advocate at the diet of (July 1541), 345; v. Remon.
-, -, the chief object of its meeting was to ask for assistance against the Turk, 476.
Reggio, in Sicily, 231.
Reid (Robert), abbot of Kinloss, prior of Beaulieu, bp. of Orkney (1540–2), 458.
Remon (Claude), 345.
Rethel (dep. Ardennes), in France, du. de, v. Gonzaga (Luigi).
Revel, sea port of Esthonia (Russia), 61, 531.
Retz, baron de, v. Hannebault (Claude d').
Reynsburg, v. Regensburg.
Richemont (Richmond), the court at, 324, Int. xiv–v.
Ridolfi, Ridulphi (card. Niccolo), nephew of Leo XI. (1517–50), 216.
-, v. Baglione (Ridolfo).
-, a fuoruscito from Perugia, joins the rebellion against Pope Paul (Nov. 1540), 288.
Rierevel (?) an error for Kiel and Revel,q. v.
Ril, v. Eril.
-, cos. afterwards dus. Palatines of the, v. Frederic and Philip.
Rhodes, knights of, apply for a safe-conduct to come to England and treat of matters relating to their Order (Jan. 1541), 309.
-, Grand Master of, v. Omedes and Malta.
Rhodéz, Mr. de, French amb. at Rome (till Jan. 1539), 105; v. Rodéz and Armagnac.
Ribadeo, in Galicia, co. of, v. Sarmiento de Villandrando.
Ribagorza, countess of, at Rome on business (Sept. 1540), 267.
Ribera, commander; death of (June–July 1539), 172.
Riccio da Montepulciano (Giovan, Johan, Juan), Paul's Chamberlain (camarlengo), sent to Spain as Nuncio (1539), 242–3.
-, arrives at Aranjuez (Sept. 1539), 185–6, 191.
-, returns to Rome (Sept. 1540), 263, 291.
-, acting as a lawyer in the Palavicino case at Rome, 273–4.
-, his opinion, 130.
-, sent again to the Emp. (Dec. 1541), 428.
Richer (Christophe), French amb. to Denmark; returns from his embassy to the du. of Holstein, 463.
-, k. Francis delighted to hear of his negociations there (1541–2), ibid.
Richmond, Anne de Clèves staying at, 305–6, 408, Int. xiii.
-, nunnery close to; report of Catharine Howard being shut up for life at a, 396.
Rijoles, v. Reggio.
Rimini, in the States of the Church; bp. of, v. Parisani.
Rincon (Antonio), a deserter from Spain, in the service of France, 37, 199, 247.
-, sent by k. Francis to Constantinople with Cantelmo, the Neapolitan, 114, 166, 176, 335–8, 340, 345, 370, 379, 387–9, 392, 547, 552.
-, -, where he is said to have worked more against the proposed truce than in favor of it, 176.
-, again on a mission to the Grand Turk with Cesare Fragoso, a Genoese "fuoruscito," 247, 335, 359.
-, on his return to Venice waylaid and murdered, 336–8, 345, 359, 370, 387–9, 392.
-, -, by soldiers, as it is thought, from the garrison of Pavia, 338, 360.
-, a report current at Venice that k. Francis was advised by the Pope not to send, to Constantinople until the arrival of his own Nuncio in France (July 1541), 340.
-, k. Francis wanting to know what k. Henry thinks about his case, 360, 454–5.
-, Gasto having received orders only to seize his papers and those of Fragoso his colleague, 338.
-, Francis willing to place the affair in the Pope's hands, 370.
-, -, for him to be the arbiter, and decide whether the truce between him and the Emp. could be considered as broken, ibid.
-, a meeting at Rome of Granvelle and Aguilar on the Emp.'s side and the French ambs. on the other to discuss the point (Nov. 1541), 386–7.
-, -, it is alleged that both, and his colleague Mere wicked and disreputable men, ibid.
-, -, crossing at the time the duchy of Milan accompanied by rebels and outcasts (fuorusciti) of the same, ibid.
-, -, and that if they had been slain, they richly deserved their fate, ibid.
-, also called Il Rincone, Rangone, and Ringone, 505, 551.
Rios (Martin Alonso de los), Span, courier, takes despatches to Rome, 119, 131, 134, 355.
-, arrives (19 June 1541), 355, 526.
Rio Seco, du. de, v. Medina de Rio Seco and Enriquez.
Riviera (La) of Genoa, co. della, v. Sfondrato.
Rizzo y Ramirez (D. Juan), his prize-essay on D. Alvaro de Luna, 212 n.
Roana, v. Rouen.
Rocca Guglielma, Guillerma, an estate in Naples, to be bought as part of Margaret's dower, 161, 169, 186, 286, 291, 406.
-, -, belonging to Alessandro de' Medici, du. of Florence, and mortgaged to Philippe de Croy, 132.
Rocche (Sir William), lord Mayor of London (1540), present at Lady Salisbury's execution in May (?), 336.
Rochafort, castle of, near Calais; Eng. gov. of, said to have been beheaded by k. Henry's orders (March 1539), 135.
Rocheford (Madame de), v. Parker.
Rochepot (Mons. de la), v. Montmorency (François de).
-, merchant ship belonging to, seized by the Eng. in the Channel, 458, Int. viii, xii.
Rodéz (dep. L'Aveyron, France), bp. of, v. Armagnac.
Rogendorf, Rogenndorf, Roguendorf (Mr. de, and Wilhelm von), German captain; lord High Steward to Ferdinand; informs Chapuys of the miserable state of affairs in Hungary (July 1541), 344.
Rojas (D. Diego de), treasurer, 224.
-, (Da. Margarida, Margarita), wife of Lope Hurtado, 165, 209, 217–9, 224–5, 262, 293.
Roman Court, 290.
-, affairs, 293.
Romans, k. of the, v. Ferdinand.
Rome, 1, 197, 410.
-, Rota, or Ecclesiastical Court at, 55.
-, news from, 354.
-, consul and Senate of, 55.
-, state of affairs at (Dec. 1541), 428.
-, gov. of, 263.
-, prefect of, 138; v. Farnese (card. Alessandro).
-, vicar of, v. Rosario.
-, vice chancellor of, v. Farnese.
-, let. from, 52.
Romero (Dr.), Span, physician to Barbarossa, 229, 235, 274.
-, -, and his agent (March 1540), 233.
Rosano (Rossano), in Naples; principality of, to be bought for Margaret, the Emp.'s dau., 160.
-, abp. of, v. Colonna.
Rosario (Virgilio), card, and vicar of Rome (d. 1559); Papal Nuncio to Austria, 514, 553.
Rosso (Pietro Maria), co. de San Secondo, 197.
Rostán Pashá, Solymán's vizier; how he treated Laschi, Ferdinand's amb., 359.
Rota, Ecclesiastical Court in Rome, 46, 55, 164.
Rotellan, co. of, v. Rutland and Manners.
Rotolf (Sir Gregory), v. Botolf.
Rouen, in Normandy, 251, Int. ix.
-, the fair of Antwerp to be transferred to, 6.
Roussillon, again threatened by Francis, 278, 377, Int. ix.
-, Span, commander in the (Oct. 1540), v. Alaba y Beamont.
Rovere (Francesco Maria della), fourth du. of Urbino (d. 21 Oct. 1538), 37 n.
-, (Guidobaldo della), du. of Urbino (1538–74), 37 n., 98, 102, 138, 532.
-, -, recommended by the Signory of Venice for the command-in-chief of the army of the League, 38.
-, -, sued by the Pope for his undue retention of the duchy of Camerino, 98.
-, -, the Imp. and Venetian ambs. at Rome trying to stop the proceedings against, on account of Camarino, 98, 138.
-, -, his agent at Rome, 98.
-, -, accepts Paul's offers respecting that duchy, 146.
-, -, the French intriguing with (Jan. 1542), 461.
-, -, his first wife, v. Varana (Giulia).
-, -, -, his second, Farnese (Vittoria), dau. of Pier Luigi, du. of Castro, 533.
Russel (Sir John), lord High Admiral (1540–2), 285, 297, 299, 304, 406, 432, 505, 541, Int. x.
-, to Guisnes to inspect the fortifications (May 1541), 323.
-, in frequent communication with Chapuys, 304, 395, 444, 497.
Rutland, earl of, v. Manners.
Rybera, v. Ribera.
Ryche (Sir Richard), solicitor-general, 541.
Rye (Gerard de), sieur de Valançon, 14–5.