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Pace, Rev. Richard, account of, by Venetian ambassador in England, and of his residence, studies, and works, 144.

Padua, 209, 578, 579, 990, 1055, 1082.

-, Venetian bailiff, Podesta, or governor at, 636, 644, 647.

-, -, letter to, 647.

-, -, vicar of the, 653.

-, captain of, 640.

-, doctors of canon law and professors at, 568, 580, 583, 587, 590, 591, 593, 597, 598, 602, 608, 636, 723, 731, 732, 744, 753.

-, University of, 572, 578, 720, 726, 747, 873.

-, Bishop of, 647.

-, governors of, 1053.

Pagano, Ippolito, 840.

Pageantry, 147.

Pageants, 822, 912.

-, French, 156.

-, English, 482.

Palatine, Count, 749, 835, 878, 896.

-, -, ambassadors of the, at Antwerp to meet the Emperor, 657.

-, -, See Frederick.

Palavicino, Marquis, in the service of the Signory, 165.

Palencia, 149, 152, 172, 195.

Palermo, 749, 985.

Palo, 430.

Panizone, Giovanni Dominico, a Milanese, gentleman in waiting on Henry VIII., 617.

Panizoni, —, Milanese secretary in Switzerland, letter from, 787.

Pannizane, Guglielmo, in England, 621. See Penezone.

Papal army, troops, or forces, 52, 409, 582, 623, 1049.

-, success of the, in the Campagna, 37, 39.

-, recover the castles seized by the Imperialists, 40.

-, auditor, 17, 609, 743, 967, 1075.

-, camp, 71.

-, chamber, auditor of the, 854.

-, collector in England, 268, 621, 975, 996.

-, couriers, stopped by Francis and their despatches seized, 107.

-, court, 378.

-, French agents at the, 39.

-, Nuncio, 1002.

-, to or in England, 681. See Ambassadors.

-, to France, 34, 70, 71, 238, (?) 259, 273, 512;

legate, 701, 706, 713, 822, 827, 835, 871, 876, 891, 893, 902, 944;

departs for Italy, 666.

- - -, his secretary, 934.

- -, in Spain or at the Imperial court, 17, 19, 87, 107, 233, 254, 291, 334, 479, 466;

Legate, 675.

- -, at Cambrai, 487.

- -, at Genoa, 502.

- -, at Spires, 428, 457.

- -, envoy to the army of the League, 222.

- -, to Andrea Doria, 327, 331.

- -, in Scotland, 801, 811, 870;

Dario, 778.

- -, to Ferdinand, 1092.

- Legate, to Venice, 55, 160, 176, 199, 242, 265, 269, 275, 283, 434.

- power, 971.

- secretary, 723;

Sanga.

- States, 1068.

- territory, the Venetians send Saluzzo and troops to defend the, 11.

- towns, maintenance of, by the Signory, 175.

Papalists, 849.

Paphos, Bishop of, 269. See Pesaro.

Papists, the, 1109.

Pardo, Camillo, 419, 425, 767.

-, Camillo Orsino, 767.

- See Orsini.

Paredes, or Pardo de Nava, a place assigned by the Emperor to the ambassadors during the plague at Valladolid, 172.

-, letter dated at, 172.

Paris, 254, 410, 487, 691, 694, 701, 718, 820, 822, 829, 834, 839, 860, 865, 868, 876, 893, 916, 919, 993, 1002, 1005, 1016.

-, departure of Francis and the Court from, 148.

-, Campeggio at, 374.

-, entertainments at, 585, 642.

-, death of Maximilian Sforza at, 617.

-, the Louvre, 713.

-, parliament of, 994, 999.

-, -, first president of the, 1014, 1015, 1019.

-, -, second president of the, ambassador to England, 14.

-, letters dated at, 97, 99, 101, 102, 113, 114, 130, 143, 211, 217, 227, 236, 257, 259, 289, 326, 373, 381, 407, 409, 411, 414, 426, 514, 650, 813, 835, 843, 844, 845, 848, (?) 855, 871, 874, 999, 1015.

-, instrument of Francis dated at, 345.

-, Bishop of, 345, 862.

-, doctors at, 586.

-, Provost of, 345.

-, University of, 598, 601, 714, 999.

-, -, mention of a letter from Henry to the Jaymen and theologians of, 598.

-, Imperial ambassador taken to the “Castelletto” [the Louvre], 234.

Parisio, Dom Pietro Paulo, principal professor of civil law in the University of Padua, 578, 636, 640.

Parlamento, (Convocation,) in England, 629.

Parliament of England, 114, 345, 561, 563, 564, 576, 577, 584, 621, 625, 642, 656, 664, 688, 714, 718, 726, 733, 734, 753, 754, 758, 760, 761, 765, 767, 769, 823, 846, 850, 858, 861, 870, 878, 886, 933, 1055.

-, Lords spiritual and temporal of the, 864.

-, of the ecclesiasties, 867.

-, manner of procedure in, 694.

- of France, 733.

-, second president of, 14.

Parma, 22, 52, 886, 895, 950.

-, to he placed in the hands of Caracciolo by the Pope, 18.

-, Cardinals assembled at, an envoy sent to the, by the Pope, 176.

-, Lautrec to proceed to, 203.

Pasqualigo, Pietro, letter to, 105.

Passano, Dom. Giovanni Gioaehmo di, Lord of Vaux, French ambassador in England, 6, 8, 11, 20, 23, 25, 74, 90, 97, 101, 105;

resident, 563, 621, (?) 637, 664, 711, 726, 782, 845, 855, 804, 865.

-, -, - to the Pope, 333, 350, 365, 366, 401;

to Venice, 473.

-, -, a good man, but cold, and ill adapted to business, 403.

-, -, conveys the commission of captain - generalship to the Duke of Ferrara, 407, 409.

-, - See Vaux, Lord of.

Passau, 793.

Pastimes, 569, 601, 623, 806, 823, 824.

Patras, 818.

Patriarch's vicar, the (of Venice), 368.

Paulet, Sir John, 878.

Paulo, D., 31. See Rezo.

Pavia, 184.

-, the camp under, letters dated at, 177, 183, 351, 352, 614, 615, 616, 617.

-, capture of, 195.

-, battle of, 257.

-, troops of the Duke of Milan at, 370.

-, taken by assault by Belgiojoso, 282, 348.

-, Cardinal of, 1042.

Peace between France and England, 999. See Treaties.

Pearls, 192, 707, 822, 823.

Pelegrin, —, Venetian courier to France, 233.

Pelieer, Ser Faciohon, 986.

Pembroke, Duchess of, 802, 803.

Peñalosa, —, 23.

Penezone, Dom. Gulielmo, 783.

Peninthum, Sir William, 761.

Pension, 782, 1004.

-, of 12,000 ducats, proposed for Wolsey by the League, from the Duke of Milan, 70.

-, proposed for Wingfield or Fitzwilliam, from the same, 70.

-, conditional, from France to England, 90.

-, and prerogatives in the kingdom of Naples, demanded by the Emperor from Francis, 136.

-, Wolsey's, from France, 633.

Penthièvre, (Pontier,) Mons. de, 823.

Penuzo, Fabio, 419.

Peris, Juan, of Alcantara, a Biscayan, 481.

Perugia, 488.

-, territory of, 222.

-, University of, 1041.

Persia, Sophy, or King of, 716.

Pesaro, 400.

-, —, 723

-, Bishop of Paphos, 269.

-, Piero da, procurator, &c., 181.

-, -, Venetian ambassador in the camp under Alessandria, 167.

-, -, holds a consultation with Lautrec under Pavia, 177, 183.

-, -, at Ponte Morone, 187.

-, -, at Piacenza, 203.

-, -, letters from, 167, 177, 183, 187, 203.

-, -, letter to, 194.

Pescara, Marquis of, the Emperor's general, imprisons Morone, prime minister of the Duke of Milan, 60 note.

Peschiera, 298.

Peterborough, 577.

“Peter's Pence”, 694.

Peyto, —, 760.

Philip, King of Spain, 137.

-, Prince of Spain, son and heir of Charles V., birth of, 115.

-, -, christening of, 124.

-, -, has the scarlet fever or smallpox, 152.

- Archduke of Austria, 1022, 1025, 1027, 1037.

Physicians, 52.

Piacenza, 18, 24, 52, 864, 886, 895, 896, 950.

-, garrisoned by Venetian infantry, 11.

-, the Imperialists insist on having, 22.

-, Count Guido Rangone quits, with horse and foot, 52.

-, Lautree on the march to, 187.

-, Governor of, 189.

-, Sir Gregory goes in post to, 180, 196.

-, an Englishman passes through, incognito, on his way to Rome, 203.

-, the Emperor expected at, 507.

Picards, the, 240.

Picardy, 694, 696, 811, 862, 907, 1020, 1034.

-, Francis in, to review his troops, 9, 20.

-, governor of. See Vendòme, Duke of.

Pictures, Flemish, in the church of the Virgin at Amiens, 148.

Pilgrimage, 627.

Pimpinella, Archbishop, 1092.

Piombino, 333, 707.

Pioneers, 119, 165, 215.

Pirates, 1000, 1005.

Pisani, —, Proveditor-general, 141.

-, -, in the camp at the baths of Viterbo, 122.

-, -, letter from, 122.

-, -, letter to, 121.

-, Cardinal, 450, 814.

-, -, ill of fever, 406.

-, Francesco, Cardinal, Bishop of Padua, 647.

-, Giovanni, his dispute with Prothonotary Casal, touching the bishopric of Cividal di Belluno, 368. See Belluno.

-, Pietro, naval commander, 319.

- galley, 318, 327, 330, 333.

Pistoia, Bishop of, Papal Nuncio to Spain, 254.

-, -, in France, 273.

Pistophilo, Dom. Bonaventura, secretary to the Duke of Ferrara, 209.

Pistorno, 743.

Pizzamano, Gregory, letters from, 653, 1102.

Placards, posted over London concerning the Divorce, 639, 642.

Plague, at Valladolid, 149, 152, 172, 195.

-, Rome quite free from, 176.

-, at Barcelona, 466.

-, in London, 320, 329, 504, 506, 569, 808.

-, in England, called “the disease of the sweat,” 336, 364, 702, 806, 816.

-, in Puglia, 370.

-, at Tours, 805, 813.

Plainter, Captain, 1117.

Plate, 440, 441, 442.

-, gold, belonging to Wolsey, its estimated value and description, 205.

Plautus' Latin comedy, entitled “Mencechmei,” recited before Henry, Wolsey, &c., 4.

Plurality of benefices, English proclamation concerning, 621. See Benefices.

Po, the river, 11, 16, 24, 52, 54, 79, 95, 141, 183, 187, 203, 298.

Poissy, 15.

-, letters dated at, 6, 7, 9, 13, 14, 21, 28, 31, 33, 34, 35, 43, 44, 46, 96, 233, 234, 238, 240, 241, 246, 250, 254, 273, 279, 410, 1077.

Poiton, 997.

Pol, Master, (? Reginald Pole), 799.

Pola, Bishop of, Altobello Averaldo, 1054.

-, -, Apostolic Legate in Venice, 283, 434.

-, present at audience in the Venetian College Hall, 55.

-, -, letter to, 176.

Poland, its relations with England, 694.

-, King of, 726.

-, -, agents of, 749.

Pole, Reginald, (?) 799, 1053.

-, -, letter to, 677.

Polenta, Lord Obizzo da, Ravenna ceded by, to the Venetians, 298.

Polybius, works of, 682.

Pomeraye, Mons. de, French ambassador in England, 711, 726, 755, 769, 771, 773, 778, 782, 796, 797, 803, 834.

Pompadour, Mons., 345.

Pontefract Castle, 872.

Ponte Morone, letter dated at, 187.

Ponte Novo, on the Tiber, letter dated at, 141.

Pontier. See Penthièvre.

Pontremolo, Count of, brother of, 855.

Pope, the, 9, 993, 999, 1014, 1016, 1017, 1018, 1020, 1021, 1028, 1029, 1040, 1041, 1044–8.

-, -, Venetian ambassador to, 265.

-, -, reported death of, 413, 424.

-, -, Lutheran league against, 662.

-, -, and collations in England, 694.

-, -, people in Ireland in obedience to, 811.

-, - See Clement VII.

Popedom, Wolsey's fancy for the, 426.

Pope's Bulls, 661.

- foot, custom of kissing the, 336, 416, 524, 818.

- Referendary, the, 746.

- power in England, the, 869, 870.

Porta, Ser Bellini de la, 985.

-, Zuan Maria dalla, envoy from Duke of Urbino, in Rome, letter from, 399.

-, -, his ambassador in Venice, 399.

Porte, the, 582, 852.

-, ambassador to, from the Vaivod (King of Hungary), 235.

Portugal, 703, 704.

-, Queen of, Eleanor. See Eleanor.

-, -, daughter of, proposed marriage, pp. 93–5, No. 494, 641. See Marriages.

-, King of, 694, 921.

-, -, makes a bargain with the Emperor respecting the navigation of the Indies, 453.

-, -, John III., 453.

Portuguese, the, 857, 860, 983.

- fleet, 563, 691.

- ambassador at Rome, 887.

Poyntz, Sir Francis, ambassador from Henry to the Emperor, note, 51, 115, 124, 136, 137, 142, 145, 140, 163, 172, 195, 220.

-, -, to go with two heralds and the Bishop of Tarbes to the Emperor to declare war, 98, 99.

-, -, Clarencieux king-of-arms accompanies, 105;

returns, 198, 210.

Pozza, fortress of, 231, 290, 291.

-, the feudal lord of, Juan de Rojas, 291.

“Practyse of Prelates”, the, 642.

Præmunire, 656, 889.

-, statute of, 933.

Praet, Mons. de, of the Emperor's Council, 19.

-, -, departs from Spain for England, on his way to his home in Flanders, 61.

-, - sent daily by the Emperor to the dwelling of the English ambassadors, 136.

-, -, at Bologna, 524.

-, -, Imperial ambassador to France, 977.

Prague, the Archduke Ferdinand at, with English ambassador, 106.

Praunsberg (sic), Duke Henry de, 1097.

Precedence of ambassadors, 627.

Presents, 208, 411, 440, 441, 707, 772, 773, 824, 827, 840, 858, 956.

-, made by Francis to Wolsey and his gentlemen, 168, 169.

-, by Henry to French ambassadors, 431.

-, by Francis to Henry, 467, 822.

-, by Henry to Campeggio, 519.

-, by Venice to the Turk, 582.

-, -, to English ambassador, 605.

Priest, a, hanged in London without being first degraded, 706.

Princes Electors, 1090. See Electors.

-, French (sons of Francis I., the Dauphin, Francis, and Henry, Duke of Orleans), held in hostage by Charles V., 2, 22, 23, 25, 41, 45, 70.

-, -, -, Henry's propositions for their ransom, 48. See Francis, the Dauphin;

and Orleans, Henry Duke of.

-, - at jousts at Greenwich, 105;

at Amiens, 148, 169.

Princess, the, of England, Mary, daughter of Henry VIII., 105, 981. See Mary.

-, -, Dowager, 933.

Printed book, a, 107.

Prioli, or Priuli, Domenego di, 739, 911.

Priuli, Andrea, 985.

Privy Council of England, 565, 623, 624, 637, 714, 753, 766, 823. See Council.

-, -, -, members of the, 694.

Privy Seal, Keeper of the, 1002, 1011.

Proclamation, 933, 1022.

-, in England, of the marriage, &c., between England and France, deferred by Wolsey's indisposition, 98.

-, in France, of the agreements between France and England, 99.

-, English, against holding plurality of benefices, 621.

-, -, of opinions upon the divorce, 637.

-, of perpetual peace between France and England, 804.

-, in Scotland, 811.

-, in London, concerning Queen Katharine, 943.

Procurator, 183. See Venetian.

Prodigies, 773, 816, 846.

Prophet, standard of the, (in Turkey,) 770.

Protector and only Supreme Head of the Church and Clergy of England, (Henry VIII's title,) 694.

Prothonotary, the, 86. See Casal, John.

Proveditor, and Proveditor-general. See Venice.

Provence, 319, 333, 889.

“Provision”, statute of, 933.

Prussia, 767, 773.

-, Grand Master of, 726.

Psalms, the Book of, revised by Pace, 144.

Pucci, —, 1;

Papal Nuncio to France, 259.

-, Lorenzo, Cardinal Santi Quattro Coronati, 274.

Pucher, Dr., Chancellor of the Duke of Saxony, 1097.

Puglia, 348, 370, 446, 507.

-, towns held in, by the Signory, 29.

Pulignano, surrender of, 260.

Pulse, 185.

Puy, 928, 959. See Notre Dame de Puy.