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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Sabelli, Sabello (Giovan Battista), Roman general, 207, 535.
-, -, to accompany Ottavio Farnese to Flanders (Jan 1540), 209, 218.
-, -, sent by Pope Paul against Perugia (3 Nov. 1540), 290.
-, -, to advise Ottavio in case the Emp. should give the latter the command of an army (Dec. 1541), 429.
-, (Jacopo), son of the preceding; bp. of Nicastro and Teramo, to be made cardinal (1539), 207, Add. and Cor. 535.
Sabiote, a town of Spain (prov. of Jaen), lord of, v. Cobos.
Sacraments, done away with in England, 106.
Saddler (Sir Ralph), Henry's secretary (1542), 497.
-, Wriothesley's colleague, ibid.
Sadeler, v. Saddler.
Saillans, baron de, v. Boury.
Saint Amand (dep. Pas de Calais); the Emp. to waive his claims on, and other places which Francis retains in Picardy, 238.
-, Brancard, baron de, commander of French galleys in the Levant, 91.
-, Leger (Sir Anthony), of Henry's private Chamber; sent to Brussels with lets. to q. Mary of Hungary (Oct. 1539), 200, 535.
-, -, applying for a passport for Anne de Clèves to pass through Flanders, ibid.
-, -, (Robert), his brother, Add. and Cor. 535.
-, Maurice (Mr. de, Jean de), Imp. amb. in France, 247–51.
-, -, let. to the Emp., 417.
-, Pierre, nunnery at Rheims, 529.
-, Trivier, let, dated from, 361.
St. George, the badge of, torn off from Cromwell's neck by the du. of Norfolk (June 1540), 540.
St. Michael (Saint Michel), French Order of Chivalry conferred by Francis I. on co. Pico della Mirandola, 359.
St. Michel, the abbey of, belonging to the du. Carlo of Savoy, 281.
-, still retained by the French (Oct. 1540), ibid.
St. Pol, town of France (dep. Pas de Calais), 238.
-, -, retaken by the Imperialists, 434.
-, (Mr. de), v. Bourbon (François II. de). St. Quentin, 222.
-, battle of, alluded, 13 n.
St. Rivier, v. Saint Trivier.
St. Salut, French abbot, takes a let. of card. Pole to k. Francis, 145.
St. Vincent, abbot of, 46, 201 n., 203; v. Bonvalot (Francois).
Sala, a servant of D. Diego de Mendoza, 44.
Salazar de Mendoza; life of card. Tavera, abp. of Toledo (Toledo: 1640, 4to), 226 n.
Salerno, coast of, 88 n.
Salinas, co. de, v. Sarmiento de Villandrando.
-, (Martin de), Austrian amb. in Spain, Add. and Cor. 544.
Salisbury (Mme. de, do. countess of), dau. of the du. of Clarence, sentenced to death, 174.
-, executed (May 27, 1541), 331.
Salm, co., Austrian amb. to the waywode of Transylvania, 118.
-, sent to Buda with presents from Ferdinand k. of the Romans, on the waywode's marriage with Isabella of Poland(Feb. 1539), v. under Marriage.
Salona, in Dalmatia, belonging to the Venetians; the Turks laying siege to (March or April 1539), 145.
Salses, in the Roussillon, 278.
Salt; the tax on, imposed by the Pope on the Perugians, 227.
-, -, is the cause of their revolt (April 1540), 227.
Salt-cellars presented by amb. Mendoza to High Commander Cobos (1538), 44.
Saltzburg (Salzburg), in Austria, abp. of, v. Gurk (Mathew).
Salves, Salvis (Salviali), 416–9.
Salviati, Salviatis, a Florentine family; one branch of the, in Siena, 416–7.
-, faction or party of the, 418.
-, -, hoping to get masters of the place, ibid.
-, (Giovan), Papal Legate at Avignon, 199.
-, (Julio) and his four brothers, 423.
Salvis, the, of Siena, v. Salviatis (?).
Sambaut (?), a cardinal's hat for the nephew of, 427, 551.
Sampson (Richard), dean of the Chapel; bp. of Chichester; arrested, Add. and Cor. 539.
Sanchez (Alonso), Royal treasurer at Naples; amb. of the k. of the Romans in Venice, 269, 362.
-, (Antonio Gabriel), treasurer of Aragon, 267.
-, -, death of, recorded (Sept. 1540), ibid.
-, -, his dau., ibid.
-, (Francisco), abbot of Parco in Sicily; death of (May 1539), 153.
-, -, card. Farnese to be appointed in his room, 157.
-, (sec. Gabriel), Ferdinand's amb. at Rome, 144, 153.
Sanctius (Berardus, Bernardus?), bp. of Aquila (1538–53), 165.
Sandoval y Rojas (D. Bernardo de), marq. de Denia, 246 n.
Sandys (lord William), Chamberlain of the Royal Household; gov. of Guisnes; lands at Calais, 135.
-, buys horses for the K., which are confiscated, 308.
San Francisco, convent at Messina, 231.
-, Geronimo, convent of, near Madrid, 372.
Sangiac, Turkish word, meaning "colonel," 293.
Sangiaquia, the district under a sangiac, 234.
Sanguin (Anton), abp. of Orleans (1535–50), a relative of Mme. d'Etampes, recommended for a cardinal's hat, 113, 138.
Sanquexan (Sanquirico, in Tuscany), let. dated from, 19.
San Salvador, castle of, in Messina, gov. of, v. Gallego.
-, lieut.-gov. of, v. Vergara.
Sauseverino (Antonio), abp, of Naples and card., 58.
Sansovmo (Francesco), Ital. genealogist; quoted, Add. and Cor. 536.
Santa Catarina di Sena, nunnery; law-suit with the High Commander of Castille, 193.
Santa Croce, card., v. Quiñones (Fr. Francisco).
-, another, v. Cervini (Marcello), deputed by Pope Paul, together with card. Farnese, to discuss certain political matters with Granvelle and Aguilar at Rome (Nov. 1541), 396, 406.
Santa Cruz, card., v. Santa Croce, Marcello, and Quiñones.
Santaella; his petition, 363.
Santafiore, co. de, v. Sforza and Orsini.
-, Roman family; cardinals of the, sure to vote for a Pope of the French party, 266.
-, card. of, 140 n., 287; v. Sforza (Guido Antonio).
Santa Flor, Sancta Flor, v. Santafiore.
Santangelo, the castle of, at Rome, the property of the Medici; Margaret takes possession of (May 1539), 122.
Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia (Spain), Order of, High Commander of the, v. Zuñiga (Juan de).
-, abp. of, v. Sarmiento de Mendoza.
Santillana, marq. de, v. Lopez de Mendoza. (Iñigo I.).
Santisteban, Santistevan, co. of, v. Luna (D. Alvaro de).
Sant Segundo, co, v. Rosso (Pietro Maria), 197.
San Thoma (St. Thomas), of Arras; the provostship of, 58.
Saragossa, v. Zaragoza.
Sardinia, 122, 372.
-, Spanish infantry to winter in (1541), 414.
Sarmiento (Francisco), Spanish capt.; commander at Castilnovo, 88.
-, de Mendoza (D. Luis), Imp. amb. in Portugal, 1 n., 5, 110–2, 279.
-, -, lets. to the Emp., 3, 38, 58.
-, -, -, to Cobos, 142.
-, -, -, from Cobos and Granvelle to, 17.
-, -, (D. Pedro), bp. of Tuy (1525), of Badajoz (1524), of Palencia (1525); abp. of Santiago and card. (1534–51), 1 n., 55 n., 124.
-, -, -, at Rome (June 1539), 162.
-, -, -, Lope Hurtado's intimate friend, 263.
-, -, -, servant of, takes a let. of Aguilar to Cobos, ibid.
-, y Villandrando (Diego Gomez de), third co. de Salinas and Ribadeo, 241 n.
Saumur on the Loire, in Burgundy; the abp. of Valencia under strict vigilance at, 370, 380.
-, -, in good health and well treated, ibid.
-, -, said to be a prisoner in one of Montmorency's castles, 426.
Sauveuse, Saveuse (Imbert de), Master of Requests in France; one of the commissioners for the delimitation of Ardres and Guisnes (March 1541), Int. xix.
Savoie, v. Savoy.
-, (Mons. de), v. Savoy (Carlo III., du. of).
Savoy; movements in, against the French (July 1538), 12, 195.
-, the Emp. insisting upon du. Carlo being reinstated in the possession of, 239.
-, the fortresses and towns of, to be protected against the French, 524.
-, an usurpation of Francis, 441, 496.
-, (Carlo III.), du. of, the truce of Nizza not yet ratified by (Aug. 1538), II, 46, 435.
-, -, -, though k. Francis has conditionally promised to make some sort of settlement with him, 514.
-, -, negociating with France through the Imp. amb. in that country, 100–1.
-, -, not listening to Paul's proposals of a marriage between Vittoria Farnese and his son Emmanuele Philiberto, 168.
-, -, asks Doria for some galleys to escort him to Genoa (Nov. 1539), 211.
-, -, declines the offer of a marriage between his son Emmanuele Philiberto and the Pope's grand-daughter, 287, 289.
-, -, applying to the Diet of Regensburg for redress (July 1541), 345.
-, -, French reports of his having parted in anger from the Emp., 359.
-, (Claude de), co. of Tenda or Tende; gov. of Marseilles, 100 n.
-, (Emmanuele Philiberto), prince of Piedmont, son of Carlo III., du. of Savoy, 65, 359, 428.
-, -, the hand of Vittoria Farnese, Pope Paul's granddaughter, offered to (1538), 65, 169, 287, 289.
-, -, -, also that of Elizabeth, dau. of Anne Boleyn (1538), 65.
-, -, fears of his falling into the hands of the French, 524.
-, (Madeleine of), wife of the High Constable of France (Anne de Montmorency), 100 n.
-, (Philippe, "Sans Terre") du. of (d. 1525), ibid.
-, (René de), ibid.
Saxony; Henry, du. elector of, 420.
-, John Frederik, du. of (1538), 62.
-, -, his quarrel with the landgraf of Hesse, 245.
-, -, his league with France and Clèves for the defence of Ghelders, 276–7, Int. xi.
-, -, said to be on very good terms with k. Francis (Dec. 1541), 248, 413.
-, -, -, and to have sent to the titular q. of Navarre [Margaret d'Albret] the portraits of his wife and daughter, ibid.
-, -, his amb. in France, 7.
-, -, sends a deputation to England, 150–1, Int. xi.
-, -, his Chancellor in London, about to attend the meetings of Parliament, 150, Int. xii.
-, Maurice of, son of du. Hans (Henry?), appointed k. of Silesia and Moravia by the revolted inhabitants of those provinces (Nov. 1541), 420.
Scepper, Scepperus (Cornelius, Cornelis Duplicius), councillor in Flanders; Imp. amb. in France, 513, Int. xxi–ii.
-, his conferences with k. Francis and the Grand Master of France (July–Aug. 1538), 6–13.
-, reports, 75–9, 99–105.
-, to be replaced by Bonvalot, 46.
-, leaves (May or June 1539?), 176.
-, lets. to the Emp., 4, 35.
Schore (Dr. Lewis), chancellor of Brabant and president of the Council of State in the Low Countries, 63 n., 506.
Scio (Chios), the island of, in the Ægean Sea, 211,217, 228.
Sclavonia; to be included in the League against the Turk, 188.
-, Span. infantry back from, quartered in Lombardy (Jan. 1540), 216.
Scorcazo, Scoriazo, v. Escoriaza.
Scotland, kingdom of, 15–6, 308.
-, the old confederacies between, and Spain to be preserved, 64, 346, 435.
-, cardinal of, v. Betoun.
-, the fortifications on the Borders of, to be inspected, 315, 459, Int. xvii.
-, French intrigues in, 435.
-, k. of, v. James.
-, q. of, v. Magdalen.
-, do. q. of, mother of James, v. Margaret.
-, treas. of, Kirkaldy of Grange.
-, ambs. of, v. Campbell, Reid, Stewart.
Scotch, the, Int. xvii.
-, humble and supple; afraid of k. Henry, 434.
-, their raids in England, 321.
-, should k. Henry consent to treat with k. Francis, the, will be ready to side with him, 469.
-, -, Marillac to say so to the K., ibid.
-, -, -, and at the same time enquire what may be the object of the mission they are sending to k. Henry (Feb. 1542), 469.
Sebastiaõ, prince, afterwards k. of Portugal; grandson of Joaõ III., 5 n.
-, a sickly youth, 294.
See, Apostolic; its authority disregarded, 65, 105, 468.
-, Pope Paul trusts that in treating of a peace between the Emp. and Francis the authority of the, will not be forgotten (Nov. 1539), 205, 227.
-, Henry's reconciliation with the, almost impossible, as he will not hear of it, 463.
-, neither the Emp. nor his brother will consent to anything likely to impair, 526.
Segorbe, town of Valencia (Spain); du of, v. Aragon (Enrique de), 207.
Segura (Hernando de), his report about Barbarossa (1540), 274.
Selva, v. Selve.
Selve (George de), bp. of Lavaur, in France (1529–43), 180 n., 534, 553.
-, (Jean de), first president of the Parliament of Paris (d. 1529), Add. and Cor. 534.
-, (Odet de), French amb. in England (b. 1504), Add. and Cor. 534.
Semur, in Burgundy, v. Saumur.
Sena, in Tuscany, v. Siena.
Senesi, the people of Siena, v. Sienese.
Senlis, town of France (dep. Oise); the Grand Master of France at Chantilly, near, 176.
Sens, espicopal town of France; bp. of, v. Prat. (Antoine du), High Chancellor of France.
Separatists of Germany, 93.
-, having the majority in the diets, may one of these days outvote the Catholics, 78.
-, one of them and Dr. Mathias going to visit the Emp. (April 1539), 142.
-, good beginning and demonstrations said to have been made by the, 157.
-, cards. Tournon and Soissons sent to the, to persuade them to return to the Roman Catholic Faith (Jan. 1539), 102.
-, k. Francis' ministers doing little or nothing with the (June 1539), 159.
-, -, or in any way persuading them to take up arms against the Turk, ibid.
-, -, the amb. sent to them being, in the opinion of the Pope, the most wicked and worst-minded man that ever lived, 160.
-, will not attend a General Council out of their own country, 102, 142, 243, 246, 397, 402.
-, should they refuse, no one will miss them, 398.
-, should they take into their heads to stir whilst the Emp. is absent, the most secure route to Flanders is certainly through France, 195.
Servites, general of the, at Rome, v. Dyonisius Beneventanus.
Sessa, du. of, v. Fernandez de Cordoba.
-, the estate of, in Naples, manager of, v. Albertino.
Seville (Sevilla), "Casa de Contratacion" in; bills drawn on the, 140.
-, gold from New Spain in (Feb. 1539), 110.
-, Cortes to be held in (1541), 372.
-, a pilot from, well versed in the affairs of the Northern Seas, 327.
-, gov. of, in 1540,v. Navarra.
-, abp. of, v. Loaysa.
-, "corregidor" of, 220.
Seymour (Sir Edward), viscount Beauchamp (1536); earl of Hertford (1537); du.of Somerset (1547); 296.
-, -, sent to Guisnes for the delimitation of the frontier between that town and Ardres, 308.
-, -, made knight of the Garter (May 1541), 324–5.
-, -, his wife, 305.
-, (Jane), q. of England, third wife of k. Henry VIII.; alluded, Int. xviii.
-, (Robert), brother of the preceding, accompanies the earl of Hertford to Calais and Guisnes (May 1541), 323.
-, -, pushes on as far as Ardres, disguised as a civilian, ibid.
-, -, -, but is not allowed by the French gov. to go beyond, ibid.
Sfondrato (card. Francesco), co. de La Riviera (b. 1494); working efficiently for the pacification of Siena (Dec. 1541), 416.
-, co. Gian (Battista), Milanese senator (d. 1497), 281, 550.
-, co. Francesco? (1541), 424.
-, -, to command at Siena instead of the du. of Amalfi, ibid.
-, -, the same as the cardinal? 551.
-, -, his wife, Anna Visconti, q. v.
-, (Nicolao) (b. 1535, d. 1591), bp. of Cremona (1560), card. (1583); Pope under the appellation of Gregory XIV. (1590–1), 550–1.
-, (co. Nicolao), Milanese senator, 281, 424.
Sforza (Alessandro), 140 n.
-, (Ascanio), co. de Santafiore (d. 1575), 140 n., 427.
-, (Bosio II.), co. de Santafiore, 55 n., 140 n., Add. and Cor. 533.
-, (Carlo), prior of Lombardy, 140 n.
-, (Francesco II.), du. of Milan (1521–35); death of, recorded, 294, 530.
-, (Guido or Guy Ascanio), card. (1534–65), 140 n.
-, (Mario), co. of Valmontone, ibid.
Ships moved by oars, or oared, to be built in England according to a model invented by k. Henry (July 1541), 343.
-, big (navios gruesos), or transports, for the Algiers expedition, to be procured in Spain or Naples, 220–1.
-, -, if not, wherever they can be had, 221.
-, merchant, Danish. Not to be allowed to carry merchandize from Germany and the Easterlings to England, to the prejudice of the shipping trade of the Low Countries, 62.
-, Dutch. One embargoed at Southampton in March 1541 for contravening the trade regulations in England, 313.
-, -, the owners of, in Flanders and the Low Countries, especially those of Antwerp, much injured by the Eng. Navigation laws, 284.
-, -, v. under Transport.
-, English, 350, 383.
-, -, proclamation issued both in Flanders and in Spain forbidding, to load goods or merchandize in the ports of Flanders and the Peninsula. (March. 1541), 313.
-, -, -, a similar prohibition in England amplified and made more extensive in consequence, ibid.
-, -, all English, to return from Flanders to England empty and without freight, 227.
-, -, -, in retaliation for the Statute on Navigation, ibid.
-, -, -, the same Imp. ordinance to be promulgated in the ports of Spain, ibid.
-, Flemish. Were the English to offer to carry merchandize one half cheaper than the, what would the Emp. do? Chapuys was asked by the King's deputies (Dec. 1548), 451.
-, French. One (Mr. de la Rochepot's) seized, 458.
-, Portuguese, wrecked on the coast of England and robbed (Feb. 1539). 108, 304.
-, -, forty or fifty caravels. Report of the Emp.'s Council on (Dec. 1538), 89.
-, Spanish. The crews of some, in Lisbon joining the French in an attack against the English (Feb. 1539), 109.
-, -, one captured by pirates in the Channel (Jan. 1541), 304.
-, -, -, redress applied for and obtained from the English Admiralty-Court, ibid.
Shipwrights. Three experienced, from Italy, sent for by k. Henry, 342.
-, -, to superintend the building of galleys in England, 342–3.
Sicily, island of, 31, 119, 134, 172–3, 186, 275–6, 414, 438, 513.
-, permission to the Pope to export wheat from, delayed under various pretences (Nov. 1539), 210.
-, -, Pope Paul complaining bitterly of it (Nov. 1539), ibid.
-, -, a great source of revenue for the Emp., ibid.
-, wheat from, much wanted in Spain, 245.
-, president (regent) of the Audit Court in, 276 n.
-, viceroy of, v. Gonzaga (Ferrante).
Siena (Sena), Republic of, 50, 119, 139, 415–6, 418, 422, 424, 426, 525.
-, Pope Paul discontented at the turn of affairs in, 144, 167, 175.
-, -, as his designs there cannot be realized, 175.
-, abp. of, v. Bandini.
-, the people of, v. Sienese.
-, Granvelle going to (Sept. 1541), 364.
-, -, succeeds in putting down the differences and feuds of the Sienese, 414–9, 421–5.
-, du. of Amalfi at, 154, 217, 418; v. also Piccolomini d'Aragon.
-, lets. dated from (1541), 214, 217.
Sienese; the, afraid of the Pope and of the Farnese, 144.
-, -, and especially of Pier Luigi, 162.
-, the majority of them sincerely attached to the Emp., 418, 424.
-, -, but much divided, 417.
-, pacified owing to Granvelle's exertions, 423–5.
Sifriden (Sigfrieden), Lowenburg (Dr. George?), amb. of the landgraf of Hesse-Cassel to the Low Countries, 106.
Sigismond I., the Great, k. of Poland (1506–48), 514–6.
-, -, agent of, in England, 335.
-, -, dau. of, married to John way-wode of Transylvania, 118.
-, II. (Augustus), prince of Poland, son of the above (1548–72), 208 n., 514 n., 516.
Siguença, town of Castille; bp. of, v. Loaysa.
Silesia. The inhabitants of, said to have revolted against the k. of the Romans, 420.
Silks and taffeties, manufactured in the Emp.'s dominions, 10.
-, -, allowed to come to France, ibid.
Silva (Alfonso de), Port. amb. at Rome, 551.
-, (D. Fernando de), co. de Cifuentes; Imp. amb. in Rome (d. 1546), 245 n., Add. and Cor. 543.
-, (Miguel de), bp. of Viseu in Portugal 1527–47); Portuguese amb. at Rome 545.
-, -, to return to Portugal with a commission of the Pope for the Emp., 292.
-, -, no amount of money (said the Pope) will make him a cardinal, ibid.
-, -, obtains a cardinal's hat (2 Dec. 1541), 427, Add. and Cor. 545–6, 551.
-, -, the French amb. complaining of his nomination (Jan. 1541), 546.
Silver plate; Doria's, pawned to Genoese bankers at the time of the invasion of Piedmont by the French, 140, 209.
Simancas, in Castille; Archives at, 48 n., 242, 337 n., 416, 532, 534.
-, -, spoliation of the, by the French, 534.
Simonetta, Symoneta (card. Jacopo), auditor at the Rota; worked admirably at Rome in the Eng. business; recommended (April 1539), 144, 156, 536.
Sinán-Agá, Turkish Commander; rumours of his being about to send a confidential servant of his to the Emp. (Oct. 1541), 272.
-, -, for the purpose of surrendering Algiers to him, ibid.
Sion House, q. Catharine Howard at, 408.
Soissons, bp. of, v. Longuejoue.
-, nunnery of, Add. and Cor. 529.
Solyman "the Magnificent," le Grand Seigneur, the Grand Turk; Imp. of Turkey (1520–66), 8, 9, 11 n., 48, 77, 91, 105, 145, 159–60, 176, 178–9, 192, 231, 295, 339, 391, 395, 406, 419, 447–8, 528, Int. xx.
-, reported death of, (Aug. 1538), 31.
-, attacked by the Port. in the Red Sea, 293.
-, what he said to the Venetian amb. when he took leave (Oct. 1539), 200.
-, called by the French "le Grand Seigneur," 295.
-, his grand vizier, 176; v. Ibráhim Pasha.
-, said to have declared that there ought to be only two powers in Europe, an Emp. and a k., 440.
-, -, he himself to be the Emp., and Francis the K., ibid.
-, his armies, though very numerous, not at all efficient, 233.
-, -, a mere bug-bear to frighten people, ibid.
-, -, without Barbarossa's help, he could accomplish nothing, ibid.
-, often defeated by the Sophi of Persia, Thamasp II., 234, 293.
-, in league with the French, 440.
-, his Asiatic dominions, 448.
-, likely to invade Germany in person in the spring (Dec. 1541), 448.
Somma, in Naples (Scipione di), naval commander, 355, 527.
Sophia (Sofia), in Bulgaria, 167.
Soria (Lope de), Imp. amb. to Venice, 34, 56, 90–1, 98, 113, 120, 131, 133, 137, 139–40, 163–4, 170, 211, 267.
-, recalled and succeeded by D. Diego de Mendoza (1539), 146.
-, let. to the Emp., 41.
-, -, to High Commander Cobos, 72.
Soto (Diego de), scribener or attorney to the Council of State in Spain, 272.
-, son of, ibid.
Southampton. Dutch ship confiscated at (March 1541), for contravening the custom regulations, 313.
-, earl of, v. Fitz William.
Spa, in Belgium; the du. of Holstein's deputies negociating at (April 1542), 487.
Spain, 81, 85, 105, 283, 285, 350, 382, 400, 432, 495.
-, ordinances promulgated in, on the trade with foreigners, 350–1.
-, Henry's advice concerning the government of, in the Emp.'s absence, 446.
-, grandees of, 447.
-, New. Arrival at Lisbon of a ship with gold from (Feb. 1539), 110.
Spezzia (La), island of, 371.
-, Porto della; the Emp. sailing from the, for his Algiers expedition (Sept. 1541), 374, 407 n.
Spires, in Bavaria; diet of, convoked for the 14th Jan. 1542, 399.
-, -, the chief cause for its convocation said to have been the threatened invasion of Germany by the Turk, 400.
-, French ambs. to the diet of, 476.
-, -, four, and among them the Chancellor of the duchy of Alençon, who addresses the assembly, ibid.
-, -, -, and tries to persuade the members not to help the k. of the Romans with money, ibid.
Squire, Grand, to Henry VIII., v. Brown.
Stanley (Edward), earl of Derby's privy councillor, 19.
States, of the Church, 227.
-, General, v. Parliament and Cortes.
-, -, of Flanders, assembled at Brussels (1539), 195–6.
-, -, -, or at Bruges; the Emp. trying to get money from the, towards the expedition to Algiers (July 1540), 243.
Statilius (John II.), bp. of Alba Julia (1538–53), 113, 119, 144, 419, 515.
Statute, on navigation and trade with the Low Countries, 350.
-, summary of, remitted by Chapuys to the Emp. (March 1541), 312.
-, pronounced to be contrary to the commercial treaties between the two nations, 378.
Stenay, in Lorraine; cession of, to France (1541), 436.
Stewart (William), bp. of Aberdeen; treas. of Scotland; amb. to England (Jan. 1541), 458.
Strozzi, the; bankers at Rome, 338.
-, (Philippo), prior of Capua; conspiracy of, at Florence (1537), 14.
-, -, son of, tries to assassinate Vitello, 228.
-, (Pietro), prior of Capua, considered a good sailor with great experience of naval affairs, applies for the command of French galley (July 1541), 339.
-, the brothers, follow Francis' party in Italy, ibid.
-, -, hold a meeting at La Mirandola, ibid.
Suarez (D. Geronimo), bp. of Badajoz (d. 1545), 140.
-, bp. of Astorga, 170.
-, de Figueroa (D. Gomez), Imp. amb. to Genoa, 1, 93, 137, 192, 197, 211–2, 246, 355, 376, 414, 417, 423, 461.
-, de Mendoza (D. Alonso), co. of Coruña, 48 n.
Suez, isthmus of, 339.
Suffolk, du. of, v. Brandon.
-, duchess of, v. Tudor.
Sulmona, prince of, v. Lannoy and Colonna.
-, do. princess of, v. Monbell.
Suma, v. Somma.
Sund-Belt, the Strait between Denmark and Sweden, 61.
Surenne (Christophe de), 151 n.
Surrey, earl of, v. Howard.
Susa, in Africa, taken by the Turks, 275, 291.
-, recovered, 293.
Sussex, earl of, v. Radcliffe.
Sweden, k. of, v. Gustav Vasa.
Swiss Cantons (Catholic), to be enlisted for the combined expedition to the Levant (Oct.-Nov. 1538), 54.
-, Pope Paul trying to renew with the, the old treaty made by Pope Julius, 329, 345.
-, 10,000 of them enlisted by k. Francis, (Aug. 1541), 345.
-, the old league with the, to be renewed by France, 427.
-, -, and the du. of Clèves to be included in it, ibid.
Switzerland, 195, 329,359.
-, the Cantons of (Catholic or Lutheran), Francis making levies in, 427.
-, French amb. in, v. Bois-Rigault.
-, Imp. agent in, once a servant of card. Carpi (?), 427.
Sylva, v. Silva.
Symoneta, v. Simonetta.
Syon, v. Sion.
Syracosa, Syracusa, Siragosa, in Sicily; bishopric of, vacant, 244.