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“Sabinese”, third Bishop, 877.

Sables, dress of Henry lined with, 192, 208.

Sacco Longo, Abbacy of, 363, 368.

Sacrament, the, 787.

Sadoleto, —, 1075.

Sages of the Council, &c, 164. See Venice.

Sagudino, Nicolò, Venetian secretary, 109.

-, -, Latin letter composed by (for Wolsey), 104.

St. Alban's, abbacy of, 519.

S. Amand, letters dated at, 880, 880.

St. Andrew's, Scotland, 778.

St. Angelo, Castle of Rome, 141, 222, 252, 520.

-, -, the Pope blockaded in, 87, 124.

-, -, the Spaniards fortify and provision it with victuals and timber, 176.

St. Asaph, Bishop of, 664.

S. Aubin, 1004.

St. Austin, Order of, 694.

St. Bernard, Order of, 694.

S. Bartolomeo, Rome, house of the Albani on the Campo of, 106.

St. Edward's, 769.

S. Esprit, near Avignon, 971.

St. Francis, arms of (in cloth of gold, on cloth of silver), 156.

-, church of, in Bologna, 527.

St. George, Order of, 822.

-, -, presented by Henry VIII. to Francis, 188, 192, 204. See Garter, Order of the.

St. George's day, 872, 870.

St. George's, near London, 694.

S. Georgio, Cardinal, 1047.

St. Germain, 395.

-, letter dated at, 2.

-, Sir John Russell quits, 9.

-, Francis I. at, 44, 289, 650.

St. Gilbert, near Calais, “Hospice” of, 824.

S. Giorgio Maggiore, cell-keeper of, 814.

S. Giovanni, castle, French troops occupy, 189.

S. Hippolitus, near Vienna, camp at, 573.

St. Isidore, procession of, in Venice, 573.

S. Jean de Luz, 200.

St. John the Baptist, eve of, pageants in London on, 482.

St John's, Grand Trior of, 380.

-, knights of, 895, 943.

St. John's day, 923.

S. Malo, 1004.

St. Mark's Church, Venice, 837.

-, Square, Venice, 908.

St. Mary's, of Montserrat, 446.

-, in Tegnsso, ? North Stoneham Church, 725.

S. Maturin, letter dated at, 993.

St. Michael, Order of, 824, 829.

-, -, presented by Francis I. to Henry VIII., 163, 174, 188, 192, 205, 208.

-, -, conferred on the Duke of Savoy, Count of Angoulême, Lord Albert of Carpi, and Count Guido Kangone, 174.

-, -, -, on the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, 822.

-, -, ceremony of robing and dress described, 208.

-, knight of, Andrea Doria, 333.

-, knights of the Order of, 345, 773.

St. Ninian, Bishop and confessor, 789.

Saintonge, Archdeacon of, 1026, 1034.

St. Paul's, London, 768.

-, -, handsome palaces in the quarter of, 188.

-, -, peace between France and England proclaimed at (Wolsey celebrating the mass), 201.

-, -, thanksgiving at, for the release of the Pope, announced by Wolsey, 225.

-, -, scholars of, recite the “Phormio” of Terence in an astounding manner, 225.

St. Peter's eve, pageants in London on, 482.

S. Petronio, church of, in Bologna, 524.

S. Pietro ad Vincula, Cardinal, 1043.

S. Pol, Cardinal, 824.

-, Count de, French captain in Italy, 279, 333, 370, 375, 430, 446, 623.

-, -, Venetian envoy to, 415.

-, -, English ambassador to, 415.

-, -, rout of, by the Imperialists, 480, 484.

S. Quentin, letter dated at, 484. S. Rocco, 682.

St. Thomas of Canterbury, festival of, in England, 385.

Salamanca, the Magnifico, ambassador of Ferdinand King of Bohemia to Henry, 70.

-, -, -, demands assistance against the Turk, 83.

Salaries of ambassadors, 628.

Salerno, Prince of, 1013.

Salisbury, Bishop of, 1002.

-, bishopric of, sequestered, 971.

Saltzburg, Cardinal of, 1092.

-, Marquis of, superintendent for Lutheran's affairs, 456.

Saluzzo, Marquisate of, 466.

-, Marquis of, Francesco, 931, 945.

-, -, in the service of the Italian League, 141.

-, -, sends a messenger to Francis respecting infantry, 7.

-, -, to defend the Papal territory, 11.

-, -, marches towards Reggio, 52.

-, -, demand made to, by Casal (for the security of Tuscany), 119.

-, -, to visit England, 713;

project renounced, 778.

-, -, to take the command of the attack on Genoa, 713.

-, -, seizes Alba, &c. in Montferrat, 895.

-, -, brother of, to be created Cardinal, 222.

Salviati banks, the Pope disburses money through the, 95.

Salviati, Cardinal, 487, 499.

-, -, Papal Legate at the Court of Charles, despatches to, seized by Francis, 107.

-, -, sends D. Jacomo Hieronimo to France, 145.

-, -, at meeting of Wolsey and Francis at Amiens, 148, 155.

-, -, in France, 345.

-, -, at Cambrai, 495.

-, -, Jacomo, son-in-law of, 707.

Salviati, D. Jacopo, 350, 416, 436, 449, 450, 457, 460.

Sampson, Dr. Richard, English Ambassador to the Emperor, 515, 527.

Sandwich, 1005.

Sanga, —, Papal secretary, 327, 428, 723, 1071.

-, -, ambassador to Andrea Doria, 331.

San Giorgio, Venice, 125.

San Severino, Cardinal, 321.

San Spirito in the Venetian Lagoons, island of, 814.

Santa Croce, Cardinal General of the Franciscan Friars Observants, ambassador from Spain to Rome, 364, 381, 398, 408.

Santo Maria di Gualdo, 1117.

Santi Quattro Coronati, Cardinal, Lorenzo Pucci, 274, 490.

Sanuto, Marin, notes by, 59, 65, 125, 207, 953, 1106, 1107.

-, -, private letter seen by, 1511.

Sassetta, 226.

Sauche, John de la, ambassador from Margaret to Henry, 259, 261, 463.

-, -, departs to France on way to Spain, 268.

Savage-land, in Ireland, 811.

Savona, 365.

-, surrender of, 367.

Savoy, 694.

-, Francis going to, 514.

-, duchy of, cities in the, adopt Lutheranism, 486.

-, Duke of, 455, 455, 895, 902, 966, 969.

-, -, ambassador from the, to Rome, a bishop, 486.

-, - -, to France, 895, 902.

-, -, son of the, marriage of, with daughter of Francis I., 34.

-, -, -, receives the Order of St. Michael, 174.

-, Duke Carlo of, 895.

Savorgnano, —, 773.

-, Girolamo, 682.

-, Mario, Count of Belgrade, letter from, 682.

-, Mario, letter from, 1092.

-, -, his brother Count Constantine, letter to, 1092.

Saxadello, Zuanne, a stipend asked for, from the Signory, 133.

Saxony, 456, 1091, 1107, 1109.

-, Prince Elector Duke John of, 384, 462, 662, 696, 698, 709, 726, 754, 793, 1084, 1089, 1092, 1097.

-, -, free towns of Germany coincide with his opinion regarding Lutheranism, 387.

-, -, elected superintendent for Lutheran affairs, 456.

-, -, Frederick, son of, 384, 793, 1092. (See the Errata.)

-, -, his cousin, Duke George, 384.

-, -, John Frederick the Magnanimous, 793, 864, 896.

-, -, ambassador from, to England, 870.

-, -, son-in-law of, 1095.

-, Dukes of, 1096.

Scandigliac, Mons. de, envoy from Lautrec. to Venice, his instructions, 216.

-, -, reply of the Senate to, 215.

Scaramuccia, —, sent Avith hawks and falcolns by the Marquis of Mantua to Henry VIII., who retained him in his service, 182.

Scarcity of wheat in England, owing to superabundant rain falling in May, 188, 205, 208, 210, 212.

Scardona, Bishop of, 301.

Scarlet fever, 152.

Scarpinello, D. Augustino, Milanese Ambassador, resident in England, 68 69, 614, 615, 616, 617.

-, -, letters from, 70, 74, 80, 584, 601, 621, 632, 637, 642, 656, 664.

Schwitz, 1087.

Scot, a, 814.

Scotch, the, 852.

-, affairs, 808, 865, 912.

Scotch Ambassador in France, 822, 886, 894, 902, 904, 916.

-, courier in France, 845.

-, messenger to England, 836.

-, ambassador's secretary in England, 928.

-, army, forces, or troops, 843, 848, 850, 859, 861, 863, 865.

-, &c., their character, 848.

-, mode of levying, 865.

-, borders or frontiers, 712, 795, 806, 852.

-, court, 778.

-, emigrants, 811.

-, fleet, 861, 863.

-, -, origin of the, 861.

-, herald, 811.

-, parliament, 839.

-, -, and the English divorce, 778.

Scotland, 694, 778, 789, 792, 806, 810, 811, 816, 834, 837, 839, 843, 846, 850, 858, 862, 863, 864, 867, 870, 871, 878, 880, 886, 889, 895, 896, 916, 920, 930, 940, 943, 949, 956, 968, 971.

-, French envoy to, 431, 919.

-, -, ambassador to, 822, 848, 859, 861.

-, Bohemian ambassador to, 448.

-, Wolsey meditating escape to, 637, 641.

-, heralds of, in France, 345.

-, Papal Nuncio in, 870.

-, Lutherans in, 778.

-, the annual truce of, with England, 886.

-, King of, 1034, 1040, 1048. See also James V.

-, Regent and Governor of. See Albany.

Scots, the, 769, 855, 867, 870, 912, 919, 1035.

-, at war with England, 677, 792, 806, 842, 844, 860, 865.

Scott, John, the Glasgow faster, 789, 801, 810, 812, 814.

Scottish Guard, the, of Francis I., 345.

Scutari, 770.

Sebenico. See Stafileo.

Seal, the Great, taken from Wolsey, 517, 521.

Sects in Germany, &c., 429, 1110.

Segovia, 41, 88.

-, the Emperor goes to, to meet the Empress, 42.

Senlis, Bailli of, 994, 995, 996, 997, 1014, 1015.

Sens, Cardinal, Chancellor of France, 345.

-, Archbishop of, 1008, 1014, 1015, 1019.

Seravale, Signor di, 930.

Seymour, Jane, 861 note.

Sforza, Francesco, Duke of Milan, 68, 466, 494, 861. See Milan, Duke of; Bari, Duke of.

-, -, bastard brother of, 617.

-, Paolo Giovanni, 617.

-, Ludovie, the Moor, 617.

-, Maximilian, 617.

Sheen, prior of, 1003.

Sheffield park, 632, 637.

Ship, a, belonging to Francis I., of 2,000 butts, 99.

Ships in the Thames, an embargo laid on, 122.

Shrewsbury, Earl, of, Lord Talbot, Lord Steward, 632.

-, -, seat of, 632.

-, -, of the privy council, comptroller-general, or chancellor of the Exchequer, 694.

Sicilian, a, 621.

Sicily, 323, 507, 704, 707, 985.

-, kingdom of, comprised in suspension of hostilities between the Pope and the Viceroy, 70.

Sideboards, 205.

Siena [? Sassetta], 226.

-, Dom. Mariano da, 579.

Sienna, 900.

Sieunese, a, 1094.

“Sigismund” of Ferrara, 309. See Ferrara.

Signatura, 452, 489, 490.

“Signori Dieci di Liberta et Pace,” letter to the, 257.

Silk, 704, 707, 772, 822.

- made in Venice, 398.

Silver, 734.

- utensils, presented to Sir Gregory Casal by the Signory, 131.

- damask, 912.

- tissue, 912.

- wrought, 407.

Simoneta, —, “Auditor di Rota,” 854.

Simonetta, Gioani, letter from, 120.

Singers at an English banquet, 105.

Singing, but very little, at supper of Francis and Wolsey, at Amiens, 156.

Single combat, 257, 345.

Sion, residence of Richard Pace at, 144.

Sivry, letter dated at, 862, 863.

Skeffington, Sir Wm., captain of King's County, Ireland, 795.

Slade, William, notary public, 991, 992.

Slaves, redemption of, 1014.

Small-pox, 152.

Soardino, Mantuan envoy at the Court of Charles V., 45. (See note.)

-, -, letter from, 91.

Soderini, Juliano, Bishop Xauctonensi (sic), Florentine Ambassador in France, 273 345.

-, -, letter from, 234, 257.

Soissons, letter dated at, 865.

Solemer, Dr., 788.

Soliers, Charles, Sieur de Morette, French Ambassador in England, 244. See Morette.

Solyman II., Sultan of Turkey, 70, 699, 716, 733, 763, 770, 772, 777, 778, 795, 818, 826.

-, -, returns to Constantinople, 23.

-, -, threatens an attack on Hungary and Germany, 475.

-, -, ambassador from, to Venice, 582.

-, -, a great baron sent by the Duke of Saxony to, 754.

Somaia, Count Francesco, letter to, 169.

Songs, English, 105.

Sophy, ambassador from the, to Venice, 770.

-, -, to the Turks, 772.

Sora, Dom. Lopez de, Imperial Ambassador at Venice, 903.

Southampton, 683, 685, 686, 715, 718, 744, 745, 758, 763, 769, 884.

-, letters dated at, 725, 727, 729, 730, 733, 739.

-, mayor of, 733.

-, Venetian Consul at, 718.

-, “burnt village” near, 773.

-, Earl of, 694. See Fitzwilliam.

Spain, 2, 17, 21, 60, 61, 70, 74, 99, 104, 136, 142, 150, 255, 261, 268, 300, 326, 370, 387, 409, 421, 426, 432, 453, 454, 461, 507, 516, 621, 650, 671, 823, 901, 902, 919, 1002, 1033, 1034, 1067, 1079, 1092.

- of the Pope's, going into, 18, 87, 388, 401.

-, the armada of the League coming from, 22.

-, return to, of the ships which brought the Viceroy into Italy, 23.

-, D. Paulo da Rezo returns from, to France, 28, 31.

-, the Emperor fitting out a fleet in, 32.

-, grandees of, animosity between, and the Emperor, 91.

-, prisoner in, the Duke of Orleans, 117.

-, messenger from Francis and Wolsey to, 158.

-, messenger from Francis to, 169.

-, importers into Venice of wheat from, 171.

-, Francis I. exhorted by England to leave his sons in, 210.

-, ambassador from, to Francis, 217. Count of Geneva.

-, Henry urges Francis to wage war on, 407.

-, English merchants in, 235.

-, grandees of, 334.

-, Frenchmen in, 248.

-, frontiers of, 247.

-, Italians in, 234.

-, regency of the kingdom of, 426.

-, bishop of Pistoia on his way to, 254.

-, of the Emperor's going into, 749, 818, 821.

-, fleet from, to Holland, 691.

-, Venetian ambassador in, 11, 19, 89, 163, 290, 888.

-, Papal Nuncio in, or to, 19, 89, 254, 334, 357.

-, French ambassadors to, 19, 163, 195, 210, 220, 234, 381.

-, English ambassadors to. See Ambassadors.

-, envoy to, 28, 31.

-, ambassadors of the League in, 233, 234, 243;

arrest of, 247, 248, 290.

-, Andrea Doria sends an agent to, 323, 327.

-, ambassador to, from Margaret, 258, 259, 273, 291.

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

-, -, Philip, christening of, 124.

-, constable of, 247.

-, Cortes of. See Cortes.

-, King of, 864, 1044.

-, Lord Chancellor of, 1086.

-, Princes of, 864. See Grandees.

Spain and France, the roads between, closed, 233.

Spaniard, a, 877.

-, figure of a, employed allegorically, 140.

Spaniards, the, 9, 115, 276, 291, 348, 432, 585, 623, 854, 858, 925, 971, 1089.

-, of the Emperor's Council, anxious for peace, 19.

-, will neither allow the Emperor to depart from Spain, nor give him money, 74.

-, the Pope fears he will be kept under subjection by the, 95.

-, seeking to rule Italy, an allegorical representation of the, 140.

-, fortify castle St. Angelo, 176.

-, quit Koine, 222.

-, in Italy, 227.

-, in England, 248.

-, 2,000 barefooted, arrive in Flanders, 343.

Spanish language, 694.

-, or French only, used at the Emperor's Court, nothing being written in Latin, 172.

-, spoken by the Princess Mary, 682.

- army, inarches from Piacenza towards Parma, 52.

- -, in the Bologncse territory, in difficulty, 79.

-, realms, ordinary Cortes of the, 919.

-, ministers anxious for peace, absent themselves at negotiations for that end, 19, 61.

-, Court, 420.

- cursitor, a, 452.

- fashion, 584.

- frontiers, 1067;

a certain prelate on the, 458.

- harquebusiers, 247.

- infantry, 524.

- news, 450.

- ships, 1005.

- spices, 571.

- troops, 70.

Spears, 861.

- French, 2,000, to enter the Flemish frontier, 97.

-, -, 600, to enter Italy, 113.

Spices, 571, 691, 703, 837, 983.

Spiera, Matio, 990.

Spilimberg, Camillo of, letter from, 156.

Spinelli, Gasparo, Venetian secretary in London, 15, 103, 411, 440.

-, -, goes to meet the French ambassadors, 47.

-, -, letters from, 4, 105, 144, 225.

-, -, letters to, 11, 16, 24, 52.

-, Lodovico, in Venice, letters to, 4, 105 144.

Spires, 387, 459.

-, Diet at, 699, 1086, 1108, 1109, 1111, 1113, 1114, 1116.

-, -, for Lutheran affairs, 428, 456, 457, 459, 460, 462.

-, two Diets of, 1090.

Spoleto, 419.

Sports, 462.

Stafileo, Bishop of Sebenico, Papal Nuncio to England, 224.

-, -, to France, 227.

-, -, returns from Francis and Henry, 251.

-, -, complained of by the Pope, 489.

-, -, his nephew, 224.

Stage, for a play, 4.

Stages, with representations of the union between England and France, 148.

Stampa, Count Maximilian, Milanese Ambassador, named in Articles stipulated with the Duke of Ferrara, 209.

Staple of Calais, 718.

State Attorneys' office, Venice, 864.

Statilio, Giovanni, Bishop of Alba, (? Alba Reale, alias Sturk Weissenberg,) 345. See Alba.

Steward, the Lord, of France, 169. See Montmorency.

Stoby, 586.

Stocks, 719.

Stokesley, Dr. John, Ambassador to France, 515.

-, -, to the Pope, 571.

-, -, at Venice, 583, 588.

-, - See London, Bishop of.

Stoneham, North, church, near Southampton, 725.

Stones, precious, worn by the Princess Mary, 105.

Strasburg, 784, 787.

Streets, at Amiens, cleaner than those of Paris, 148.

Strozzi, Filippo, 469.

-, -, banker, money given in the name of, by the Pope to the Viceroy, 86, 95.

-, -, nephew of Clement VII., 222.

-, -, son of, to be created Cardinal, 222.

Stuart, —, a Scottish Lord, 867.

-, John. See Albany, Duke of.

Studs, jewelled, in lieu of buttons, used by Henry VIII., 192.

Suffolk, Duke of, Charles Brandon, 514, 617, 761, 792, 802, 823, 824, 829, 860, 870, 886, 912, 1081.

-, -, at Court, 385.

-, -, ambassador to France, 463, 464, 466, 469, 471, 484;

returns, 487.

-, -, his mansion on the Thames, 682.

-, -, his person described, 694.

-, -, of the Privy Council, 694.

-, receives Order of the St. Michael, 822, 824.

-, -, loss of revenue by, 927.

-, -, letter to, 616.

-, Duchess of, 792. See also Mary.

Superintendents for Lutheran affairs, 456.

“Supreme Head.” See Protector.

Surian, Antonio, Venetian Ambassador in Florence, 274.

-, -, at Rome, 600, 628.

-, -, letters from, 274, 331, 421, 600, 609, 610, 638, 645, 649, 661, 669, 1055, 1094, 1103.

Swans, 682.

Swinfield, Richard de, Bishop of Hereford, 704 note.

Swiss cantons, 384, 485, 709, 787, 919;

the five, 698.

-, commanders in, 694.

-, infantry, 474.

-, Lutheran and Catholic, 706, 1087, 1116, 1117, 1118.

- troops in the service of the Italian League, 216.

Switzer, Dr. Herardus, 1097.

Switzerland, 379, 474, 864, 1059.

-, French agent in, 459.

Switzers, the, 234, 289, 298, 446, 763, 778, 795, 864.

-, in service of the Italian League, 97, 165, 197, 223, 233.

-, ambassador from, to Francis, 34.

-, Francis willing to subsidise 10,000, but Lautrec will not proceed into Italy with less than 25,000, 146.

-, foot soldiers about the person of Francis, 148, 823.

-, army of the, 699.

Sword and Hat [cap of maintenance ?], Papal custom of blessing the, on Christmas Eve, 406.

Sypontino, Varziepiscopo, 230. See Manfredonia.

Syracuse in Sicily, desired for a residence by the Grand Master of Rhodes, 742, 749.

Syrians, the, 167.