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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Ubyssant, v. Ouessant.
Ull, v. Hull.
Ulloa (Da. Maria de), 244
Urbino, duchy of, 93, 532, 536
-, du. of, v. Rovere (Francesco Maria, and Guidobaldo della).
Ureña, in Castille (Spain), co. of, v. Giron.
Uriste, Uristly, v. Wriothesley.
Urries, sec. (Jan. 1540), 222
Ursino, v. Orsino.
Utrecht, in Holland, Add. and Cor. 543
Uvignefild, v. Wing fields.
Vagan, v. Vaughan.
Valauçon, sieur de, v. Rye.
Valence, Mr. de, v. Austria and Valencia.
Valencia, in Spain, 372, 376
-, the coast of, and Catalonia threatened by the Turk (Oct. 1539), 193
-, Inquisition of, 241
-, church of, 58
-, college for the newly-converted Moors at, 364
-, abp. of, v. Austria (George of).
-, the nun of; law-suit between the, and the prince of Sulmona (Lannoy), 209
Valenciennes, in Flanders; the Emp. at (Jan. 1540), 223, 545
-, -, his sister, q. Mary of Hungary, meeting him at, ibid.
-, bp. Gardiner going to (Dec. 1540), 304 n., 307
-, lets. dated from, 100, 102
Valençuela, Valenzuela (Commander Francisco de), Imp. agent in Rome (June 1539 to Jan. 1542), 158–9, 165, 172, 363–4, 422
-, appointed high Chamberlain to Margaret, the Emp.'s natural dau., in the room of Commander Gilberti, deceased (Nov. 1541), 385
-, -, declines at first, owing to the many risks and dangers of such an office, ibid.
-, -, -, not one of his predecessors in it having escaped prison or death, ibid.
-, -, accepts provisionally until the arrival of one from Spain, 385, 406, 427
-, remains in charge of the Imp. embassy at Rome during Aguilar's absence (Sept. 1541), 364
-, in correspondence with sec. Vazquez, 363
-, lets. to Cobos, 194, 205
Valentini, Valentino, sec. of the Scotch embassy in London, 459
Valesians, the inhabitants of the Valais or pays de Vaud, in Switzerland, v. Waldenses.
Valia, v. Balia.
Valladolid, in Castille (Spain), the Emp.'s Court at, 1, 33 n., 34, 48, 462 n., 483 n., 489, Int. i n.
-, lets, dated from, 9, 10–1, 15, 228, 237, 243
Valmontone, co. of, v. Sforza (Mario).
Valois (Charles de), du. d'Orleans, 192
-, -, his projected marriage to princess Mary, 354, 356, 407, 409, 433, 447–8, 454
-, -, -, to Maria, the Emp.'s dau., 45
-, -, -, with the investiture of Flanders, as a dowry, 159, 390, 425, 514
-, -, -, to the Infante of Portugal, 433
-, -, sometimes called "Mons. le due d'Angoulème," 531
-, (Francis), "the Dauphin," eldest son of Francis I., k. of France; alluded, 550
-, (Henri de), second son of k. Francis; Dauphin of France after the death of his elder brother, Francis, 15, 192, 223, 545
-, -, his marriage with Caterina de' Medici mentioned, 287 n.
-, -, accompanying the Emp. to Valenciennes (Jan. 1540), 223
-, -, not in favor of his brother Charles marrying princess Mary of England, 375
-, (Marguerite de), sister of Francis, and wife of Henri II. d'Albret, 345; v. under Margaret of Navarre.
-, -, dau. of Francis (b. 5 June 1523), 513
-, -, -, the K., her father, promising to take no engagement for her during prince Philip's minority, ibid.
Valona (La), port of Albania, 172–3
-, the Turks at, 361
-, to be relieved by the League, 403
Valop, Valoupt, v. Wallop.
Val Siciliana (marq. de la), v. Alarcon.
Vandenesse. "Itinerary of Charles V." quoted, 44 n.
Vander (?) (Marie), Int. xxiv n.
Vangest (Jean), ibid.
-, (Margaret), ibid.
Varana (Giovan Maria), du. de Camarino, 158 n.
-, -, his widow, v. Cibo.
-, (Giulia or Julia), his dau.; married to Guidobaldo della Rovere, du. de Urbino, 58 n., 98 n., 146, 532
-, (Hercole), du. de Camarino (d. 1546), 98 n., 158, 160
-, -, accompanies the expedition to Algiers, 429
-, -, relinquishes his right to Camarino on condition of receiving 160,000 crs. as indemnity, 123
-, (Rodolpho), 168 n.
Vargas (Juan de), field-marshal, gov. of Castilnovo, 88, 415
-, de Carvajal (Gutierre), bp. of Plasencia, 489
-, -, sent out of Valladolid to receive the bp. of London, Henry's amb. (April 1542), 489
Vasa (Gustav), k. of Sweden (1523–60), 434
Vasto d'Ammone, a village of Abruzzo Citeriore (Naples), Int. xxvii.
-, corrupted into Guasto and Gasto, ibid n.
-, marq. del, v. Gasto and Davalos.
Vatican (Vaticano), library and Archives in the; Berzosa's Collection of Papers from, 526
Vatteville, in France; the du. of Orleans at (Aug. 1540), 254
Vaughan (Master, Dr. Stephen), amb. to the Low Countries (1538), 32, 52
-, -, sent again, in 1541, to Brussels with Dr. Carne, 333
-, -, -, to adjust certain differences in commercial matters (June 1541), ibid.
-, -, to the Emp., ibid.
Vazquez de Molina (Juan), the Emp.'s sec., 220, 227, 216, 268, 382, 537
-, lets. to card. Tavera, 105
-, -, to Cobos, 116, (1541) 198
-, -, to Luys Sarmiento de Mendoza, 119
-, -, from Cobos to, 111–2, 115
Vecha (Dionisio della), Turkey merchant; in correspondence with the Imp. ambs. in Venice (1538), 38
Velasco (?), servant or sec. of the High Constable of Castille; bearer of lets, to Cobos (Jan. 1540), 223
Velly (Claude Dodieu, sieur de), French amb. to the Emp., v. Dodieu (Claude).
-, his nephew, or cousin, v. Dodieu (Guillaume).
Vendosme, Vendôme, house of, 6
-, du. of, v. Bourbon.
Venetians, 11, 31, 34, 56, 101, 145, 192, 387, 389, 399, 403
-, hard pressed by the Turk (Aug. 1538), 30
-, -, and yet reported in London to be anything but pleased at the conclusion of the truce of Aigues-Mortes, ibid.
-, the defence of Castilnovo ought to be entrusted to the (March 1539), 133
-, refuse to give up Vicenza for the meeting of the General Council thereat, 157
-, negociating with the Turk, and about to make a separate truce with him, 138, 141, 160, 170, 295
-, -, and yet collecting the greatest maritime force they ever had (June 1539), 160
-, -, -, for the defence of their Gulf, 166
-, traditional politics of the, 177
-, sure to look out for their own private interests rather than for the public weal, 178, 181
-, requested to enter the League against the Turk, 206
-, immoderate desire of the, to keep aloof from the rest of the Christian community whenever their own interest is concerned, 181
-, Gasto to go to the, to announce the Emp.'s determination to pass through France on his way to Flanders (Oct. 1539), 192
-, -, and assure them that in his negociations with k. Francis, care will be taken of their interests, ibid.
-, opposed to a general truce with the Turk, 159, 171
-, -, but endeavouring to procure a particular one for themselves, 167
-, to be again invited to join the new league against the Turk (Nov. 1539), 205, 209
-, to be exhorted to keep firm and not to make a separate peace with the Turk (Jan. 1540), 216
-, -, the Pope to use all his influence with them to that effect, ibid.
-, suspected of being in combination with the Pope and k. Francis against the Emp., 282
-, reported to have made a separate peace with Solyman (Dec. 1540), 295
-, one frequenting the Imp. embassy in England, informing Chapuys of Paulin's mission to Constantinople and message to q. Mary of Hungary, 362
-, their ambs. in Rome (June 1539), v. Cornaro.
-, -, in England (1538–42), v. Zuccato.
-, -, with the Emp. v. Contareni.
Venice, Signory of, 31, 34, 37–8, 56, 131, 145, 328–9, 332, 338
-, -, the peace between the, and the Turk as good as made, since the trade of their frontier towns is carried on by common consent (April 1539), 159
-, -, trying to make a private and separate truce with the Turk, 159, 167
-, -, -, which is sure to be concluded sooner or later, 167
-, -, -, if so, the Emp. cannot be expected to bear all the burden and cost of the League, 186
-, -, to be invited to join the new league against the Turk, notwithstanding their relations with that Infidel, 191, 205–6, 209
-, -, officially informed of the Emp.'s military preparations against the Turk, 216
-, -, the case of Fragoso and Rincon, and the alleged infraction of the truce by the Emp. submitted to, by Mendoza (July 1541), 338
-, -, -, answers that Rincon being an arch traitor and deserter from Spain, his arrest and that of his colleague were perfectly justifiable, ibid.
-, -, still firm in its purpose not to assist any power making war upon the Emp. (May 1541), 328
-, -, reforming its administration, 329
-, -, ambs. to Rome, v. Contareno, and Cornaro.
-, -, -, to the Turk, v. Zeno.
-, -, the Decimas (Tithe) granted by the Pope to, 427
-, -, the fleet, 171
-, -, senators, 338
-, -, proveditors, v. Capelo and Moro.
-, -, doges, v. Gritti (Andrea), Moro and Lando.
-, -, Council of the Ten, 117
-, -, -, of Pregay or Pregadi, 229
-, Gulf of; a fleet to be provided for the defence of the, 166
-, -, fears of the Turkish fleet entering the, said to be the chief cause of the Venetians delaying the ratification of the League, 192
-, city, 38, 406–7
-, -, defamatory lampoons in (Nov. 1540), 210
-, -, news from, and the Levant, 416
-, -, Andalot's mission to, 139
-, -, the marq. del Gasto, gov. of Milan, and Hannebault, lieut.-general in Piedmont, sent to, to negociate the Signory's entrance into the new league against the Turk, 139
Vergara (capt. Joan de), 228–35
-, -, let. to Francisco Duarte, giving an account of his visit to Barbarossa (April 1540), 107
-, the accountant? a prisoner in France (Nov. 1541), 377
Veroli del Prosinone, in the States of the Church, Int. xxv n.
Verona, bp. of, v. Giberti.
Verulengo, in Italy, 336
Vervins (dep. Aisne, France), sieur de, v. Coucy (Jacques de).
Verzosa, v. Berzosa.
Vessalius (Joannes a Vessa), bp. of Lunden, 186 n.
Vessels, merchant; Danish, v. Ships.
-, English, v. Ships.
-, Genoese, v. Galleys.
Vessombrun, v. Fossombrone.
Vicenza, in Lombardy; card. Santacroce on a mission to, 143
-, refusal of the Venetians to give up, for the General Council to be held there, 147, 156–7
Vich, in Catalonia, 222
Vienna, in Austria, 349, 483 n., 495
-, abp. of, v. Faber.
-, threatened by the Turk, 371
-, Archives of, 548, Int. xxix.
Villafranca, marq. de, v. Toledo.
-, di Nizza, 4, 5, 140
Villanova (D. Juan de), Spanish renegade attached to Barbarossa's household, 229
Villanueva (Pedro de), solicitor (1540), 272
Villahermosa (du Don Hernando de), v. Aragon (D. Hernando).
Villa Real, marq. de, a Portuguese nobleman, 5 n.
Virhaven (Cassel); let, dated from, 36
Visconti (Anna), 550
Viseu, in Portugal; bp. of, v. Silva (Miguel).
Vitelli, Vitello (Alessandro), a Florentine; the Pope wishing to employ him against the Perugians, 92, 200
-, -, and to accompany the young du. of Camarino (Ottavio),should the latter obtain a command in the Imp. army, 429
-, a report of his having been appointed governor of the Venetian armada (fleet), 89, 92
Viterbo, in the Roman States; Pope Paul at (Nov. 1540), 262, 266, 293, 545
-, let. dated from, 125
Voiseley, Voyseley, ambassador, v. Wriothesley.
Vullien, lord, v. Howard.
-, lady, v. Gamage.W.
Waist, sec, 493; v. Wriothesley.
Waldenses, Valdenses, Walenses, Vaudois; the sect of the, 525
Wales (Gales, Galles), prince of, v. Edward.
Wallop (Sir John), Eng. amb. to France (1538–41); recalled, 307
-, gov. of Guisnes (1541), 342
-, in the Privy Council, 19
-, sent by Henry to apprize Marillac of Cromwell's arrest, 539
-, himself detained at the house of the Privy Seal for having said something in favor of the Pope, 314, Int. xvii–iii
-, -, released and pardoned (March 1541), 314
-, at Guisnes (Dec. 1541), 407
Wamestre, v. Westminster.
Warberg, castle in Scania, on the frontiers of Norway; taken by Mark Meyer, 436
Warwick, Int. xviii; v. Berwick.
Welzers (Velzers, Belzers), bankers at Augsburg, 170
-, factor or agent of the, at Rome (July 1539), ibid.
Westminster, 497; Int. x, xii.
-, the Council Hall at, 540
-, Parliament holding its sessions at (May 1539), 150
-, bp. of, v. Thirlby.
-, let. dated from, 91
Wheat from Sicily; the faculty granted to the Popes to export annually, 186
-, the Venetians cannot without, help against the Turk, 119
Whiting (Richard), abbot of Glastonbury; executed (Nov. 1538), Int. x n.
Whyatt, Wyat (Sir Thomas), Knight; gentleman of the K.'s Chamber; amb. to the Emp. in Spain (1538–40), 15–6, 32, 68–9, 85 n., 437
-, a servant or sec. of Master, and another man sent by k. Henry to Flanders (Aug. 1538) on his hearing of the truce concluded at Aigues-Mortes, 16, 25
-, his conferences with Granvelle at Barcelona (July 1538), 2–4
-, -, summary of the same drawn up by Granvelle and communicated to Chapuys by way of instruction, 68–9
-, attainted and sent to the Tower (March 1541), 308, 314, Int. xv–xvii.
-, pardoned on very hard conditions at the intercession of q. Catharine Howard, 314
-, other references, 200
-, considered one of the wealthiest men in England, Int. xvi.
-, his wife, a daughter of Manners, earl of Rutland, 314, Int. xvi.
-, his sec, v. Mason.
Wied (Hermann V. von), abp. of Kolhn or Cologne (1518–47), 216
Wiltshire, earl of, v. Boleyn (Thomas).
Winchester, co. Southampton; bp. of, v. Gardiner (Stephen).
Windsor Chapel, dean of the, v. Sampson.
Wingfield (Sir Robert), the vice-chamberlain; capt. of Henry's body-guard, 307
-, invested with the Garter (May 1541), 325
Wirhaven (Hesse-Cassel, Germany); let. dated from (1539), 36
Wissenowisky, in Croatia, 515
Wolsey (card. Thomas); alluded to by Henry in terms of regret, as the ablest and wisest man he had ever known, 443
Wool. Prohibition to export, from England (March 1541), 313
-, a Dutch merchant vessel seized at Southampton for having some on board, ibid.
-, -, no redress to be obtained (writes Chapuys), as it is alleged that the Emp.'s proclamation in Flanders is the cause of the seizure, ibid.
Woollen cloth, English; the trade of, chiefly in Antwerp, 327
-, the weavers and merchants of, ask for the revocation of the Statute forbidding the exportation thereof to the Low Countries (May 1541), 327
Worms, in Hesse-Darmstadt; the conferences (colloquio) of, 246
-, Diet of, 304
-, Granvelle going to, 264, 293
Wotton (Dr. Nicholas), arch-deacon of Gloucester (1541–53); dean of Canterbury (1542–66), of York (1544–66); amb. to Clèves (1540), Int. xiii.
Wriothesley (Thomas), Cromwell's sec.; Eng. amb. to the Low Countries, 51, 137, 333, Int. ii.
-, Procès verbal of what passed at Brussels between, and q. Mary's deputies (March 1539), 125–9
-, recalled (March 1539), 125, 130–1, Int. ii.
-, arrives in Calais (22 March 1539), 137
-, -, meets there Maioris and Chapuys, ibid.
-, sent to the Tower (Jan. 1541), 308, Int. xvii.
-, in frequent communication with Chapuys, 493
-, professes great attachment for the Emp., ibid.
-, and the lord Privy Seal, the two courtiers enjoying most credit with the King (April 1542), ibid.
Wristle, Wristley, v. Wriothesley.
Wurtenberg (Christopher), the young du. of (1534), 78
-, (Ulric), du. of, ibid.
Wyatt (Sir Thomas), v. Whyat.
Wynacourt, Esquire, provost of Mons, 135–7, Int. ii n.
-, Instructions of q. Mary of Hungary to (22 March 1539), 50X.
Xalon, v. Chalons.
Xatillon, v. Chastillon.
Xio (Chio, Scio), island of, 211, 213
Xiroco, Turkish corsair, 291
-, the Papal galleys take one of the (Oct. 1540), ibid.Y.
York. Interview between Henry and James at, proposed, 367
-, k. Henry at, waiting for k. James (Oct. 1541), 367
-, -, returning from, 375
-, Marillac's journey to, ibid.
-, -, unsatisfactory enough, as the du. of Norfolk no longer shows him the sane affection as before, ibid.Z.
Zalamea, in Extremadura; commandery of, in the Order of Alcantara, given to Granvelle, 383 n.
Zante, island of, in the Mediterranean; the Turkish fleet at (1539), 173, 361
Zapoli, Zapolski (John), waywod of Transylvania; titular k. of Hungary, 13 n., 103, 113, 141, 159, 163, 295 n., 514–6, 520, 553
-, -, a wise and well advised prince in his affairs, and fairly powerful (said Montmorency to the Imp. amb. in Jan. 1539), 103
-, -, able to raise 40,000 horse, the best troops in the World against the Turk, ibid.
-, -, his marriage at Buda-Pest, and k. Ferdinand's presents to, on the occasion (March 1539), 118 n., 553
-, -, willing, as his amb. at Rome declares, not only to keep the truce with k. Ferdinand, but to help also against the Turk (Feb. 1533), 113
-, -, a gentleman of k. Francis' Chamber going to Hungary as amb. to (1539), 13 n.
-, -, accused by the Imp. amb. in France of having worked there against k. Ferdinand's interests, 113
-, -, peace with Ferdinand effected (April-Sept. 1539), 141, 514–5, 519
-, -, the Grand Turk objecting to, being included in his truce with Venice, 159
-, -, his amb. at Rome, v. Statilius.
-, -, his death (21 July 1540), 118, 419 n., 553
-, -, -, could not have happened at a worse moment, 279
-, -, his widow, v. Isabella of Poland.
-, (John Sigismond), prince of Transylvania, son of the preceding (1540–8), 295, 419 n., 553
-, -, frequently mistaken for k. John. 113
-, -, an infant when his father died, 279
-, -, a message said to have been sent by Francis to the Grand Turk, advising him to take, under his protection, ibid.
-, -, under the guardianship of the k. of Poland, 419
Zaragoza, capital of the kingdom of Aragon, in Spain; bpric. of, 364
-, acequia or canal of Aragon, taking its water from the r. Ebro at, 161
Zeeland, 130, 243
-, the ships fitted out in (said Chapuys to Henry), were never intended for an invasion of England, 436, 438
Zel (?), in the Levant; let written at, 187
Zenete, marq. de, v. Mendoza and Nassau.
-, marchioness of, v. Mendoza.
Zeno (Pietro), Venetian amb. to Turkey; detained by illness on the road to Constantinople (June 1539), 162–3, 166–7
-, death of, 179
Zenocarus (Guillaume, Wilhelm), of Bruges; recommended by Chapuys for the post of sec. in Flanders, as well versed in languages, especially Latin and German (Feb. 1541), 312
Zuccato (Hironimo), Venetian secretary amb. in England, 27
-, invited to be present at Colpeper's execution (Dec. 1541), 408
Zuñiga (D. Juan de), High Commander of Santiago, in Castille; councillor of State (d. 1546), 383 n.
-, (D. Luis de), of the Emp.'s Chamber, v. Avila y Zuñiga.
-, y Sandoval (D. Pedro de), 272