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'Index: M', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1: 1558-1571 (1916), pp. 512-515. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92573 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Macardile, Cornelius, 146.

MacGibbon, Maurice, Archbishop of Cashel, in Spain for fear of arrest by Elizabeth, 271.

-, -, Philip II induced to intercede for, ibid.

-, -, relegated to a port with a little money, 271, 273.

-, -, and Stucley, 353, 354, 376, 379.

-, -, letter to, 274.

MacGyll, James, 203.

Machgonigayll, Donald, 49.

Machiavelli (Machiavello), secretary to Margaret of Austria, 260, 269.

MacMahuna, (Mamathunian), Remund, 146.

Mactaig, Donat, Primate of Ireland, 166. And see Otayg.

Madeira (Medina), skirmish in, 220.

Madrid, letters from, 187, 195, 198, 232, 243, 251, 257, 260, 265, 270–1, 272, 274, 276, 278–83, 288, 297, 308–9, 317, 320–3, 339–40, 343, 350, 353, 360, 370, 376, 385–6, 406, 430–6, 441, 444–5, 452, 457–8, 466–7, 471.

Madruccio family, 56.

-, Cardinal, 157.

Maffei, Mgr., vice-chamberlain of the State, 447.

Magdeburg Histories, 184.

Magnus the one-eyed, brother to the King of Denmark, 43, 368.

Magongail, Magonigail, 50. See Machgonigayll.

Magrath, Milerus, Bishop of Down, 267.

Mainz, 41.

Malaras, M. de, envoy to Rome, 431.

Male, Duke of. See Aumale.

Maligni [Jean de Ferrières], M. de, Vidame de Chartres, 83, 97, 101, 104.

Malines, letter from, 156.

Mallorca, 429.

Malort, Thomas, 316.

Malta, Papal subsidies for defence of, 179, 186, 188, 189, 190, 209.

-, Knights of, 305, 468. And see Lesent and Shelley.

-, letters from, 78, 96.

Mamathunian. See MacMahuna.

Man, John, Dean of Gloucester and Warden of Merton College, Oxford, ambassador to Spain, called “archdeacon of a Cathedral,” 187.

-, -, protestantism of, 187, 199.

-, -, respect to the Sacrament shown by, 198.

-, -, may be dealt with by the Inquisition for inveighing in public against the Pope, 272.

-, -, banished from court, 276.

-, -, recalled by the Queen, 278.

-, -, departure of, 285.

Man, Isle of, Lennox in, 244.

Mana, Earl of. See Mar.

Mandosio, II, letters from, 155–56, 158.

Manne, M. de, 102.

Mansfelt, Count of, 269, 320.

Mantua, Duke of, 121.

-, -, to be reinstated in Montferrat, 8.

-, Cardinal Bishop of. See Gonzaga.

Mar, Mana, John Erskine, Earl of, governor of Edinburgh Castle, 202.

-, -, guardian of James Stewart, 202, 243, 357.

Margaret. See Austria and Navarre.

Margaret of Scotland (sister of Henry VIII), 174, 265.

Margate, 46, 323, 328.

Margeargail, Nigel, canon of Derry, 147.

Mariano, M., 146.

Marles, Don Francisco, Philip II's taster, 381.

Martial, John, 184.

Martigues, M. de, 122, 131.

Martin, Thos., D.C.L., imprisoned, 68.

Martinengo, Abbot, nuncio to England, 31, 34, 41, 51.

-, refused admission by Elizabeth, 37, 39, 42, 48.

-, -, returns to Rome, 56.

-, letter from, 32.

Martirano, Bishop of. See Galli.

Marvin, Edmund, Archdeacon of Surrey, imprisoned, 65.

Mary, Queen of Scots. See Francis II, King of France:—
-, leaves France for Scotland, 41.
-, a true Catholic, 71, 241, 289, 306.
-, revolt of the Gordons against, 124.
-, Chastelard's affront to, 126, 127, 128.
-, pedigree of, 174, 265.
-, pregnancy of, 186, 188.
-, birth of a son to, 198, 216.
-, illness of, 214, 215, 216, 218 219, 222.
-, character and sufferings of, 292, 401.

-, marriage of, projected with:—

King of Denmark, 43, 45, 58, 71.

-, Sweden, 71.

Archduke Charles, 71, 119, 121, 123, 126, 127, 157, 159, 164, 170.

Don Carlos, 58, 160, 172.

Don John, 172, 439.

Duke of Norfolk, 315, 394.

-, marriage of with:—

Darnley (q.v.).

Bothwell (q.v.); see also 442.

-, Scottish factions and, 183, 195, 235–50, 253, 255, 259, 269, 275–76.

imprisonment of, 278–82, 285, 294, 313, 323, 332, 371, 372, 440, 448, 453, 460, 475.

attempted escape of, 287.

Ridolfi and, 393–95, 436, 439, 445, 458.

Elizabeth's terms to, 355, 364.

reported execution of, 472, 474.

-, and the Papacy:—

has mass celebrated in Scotland, 55, 57.

refuses to take possession of Church property, 72.

de Gouda, S.J., to visit, 74.

her policy towards Council of Trent, 76, 79, 81, 82, 128, 129, 139, 171.

legate accredited to, 76, 77.

maintains diplomatic relations with Rome, 175, 178, 366.

Pope desirous of succouring, 115, 188, 189, 190, 191, 199, 239, 322, 411.

nuncio to. See Lauri, Bishop of Mondovi.

Papal subsidies for, 209, 212.

unwilling to follow advice of exiles at Paris, 230, 236.

Pope breaks off negotiations with, 250.

fears of her conversion to Protestantism, 279.

-, relations of, with Spain:—

Philip hopes, but fails to help, 181, 182, 196, 329, 334, 335, 336.

letters from, 13, 117, 118, 124, 185, 186, 198, 242, 289, 329, 366, 391, 401.

letters to, 16, 17, 28, 33, 39, 59, 73, 76, 91, 129, 166, 171, 176, 177, 184, 188, 197, 226, 320, 339, 407, 411, 431, 432, 485 (?).

Mary I, Queen of England, 1, 7, 37, 59, 105, 169, 388.

-, her chaplain deprived by Elizabeth, 65.

Mary, sister of Henry VIII, 265.

Massarello, secretary to the Council of Trent, 35.

Maurice [Fitzmaurice], James, ruler in Munster, 481.

Maurice, “an English doctor,” 27.

Mauvissière (Mauvaissière, Mauveysier), M. de la, French envoy to Scotland, 201, 204.

Maximilian II, Emperor, 256, 257.

-, Garter conferred on, 254, 255, 267.

-, matrimonial alliances with, on the tapis, 282, 308.

-, relations of, with Papacy, 179, 189, 209, 353, 361, 365.

-, letter from, 354.

-, briefs to, 189, 375.

-, Anne, daughter of, 300. And see Philip II, consort of.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of. See Elizabeth of Austria. See also Romans.

Mayo, 49.

Meath, Bishop of. See Walsh.

Mechlin, 294. And see Malines.

Mecklenburg, 300.

-, Duke of, 99.

Medici, Catherine de'. See Catherine.

-, Julian de', 16.

Medici, House of, deemed fatal to Christendom, 30.

Medina. See Madeira.

Medina Celi, Duke of, 391, 406, 411, 435, 464, 465, 466, 469.

Melancthon, 99.

Melun, letters from, 160, 449.

Mendovi. See Mondovi.

Mercenaries, 287, 294, 296, 318, 332, 334, 356, 396.

Merchants, 296, 297, 299, 300, 302, 315, 319, 333.

-, See also Corsairs.

Mercurian, Everard, S.J., letter to, 91. See Everard.

Méré (Melé), Sieur de, assassin of Guise, 122.

Merseland [East Anglia], 363.

Mescoviz, 254.

Methoni (Modone), 426.

Metz, Mes, Mez, 2, 3, 17, 29, 106, 125, 298, 300.

Meudon, 213.

Mézières, 370.

Middelburg, 413.

Milan, 177, 195, 264, 382, 436.

-, letters from, 4, 6.

-, newsletter from, 16–17.

-, Archbishop of. See Borromeo.

Mildemay, Sir Walter, 355.

Milere, M. de. See La Meilleraie.

Mirandola, Count of, 5.

Mirto, Fabius, Bishop of Caiazzo, nuncio in France, letters from, 343, 348, 363, 364, 448, 451, 455, 460, 473, 476, 477.

Misaubert [Fitzherbert], Sir Thomas, 347.

Moceniga, 326, 328.

Molluch. See Montluc.

Monceaux (Monseò), 155, 156.

Mondovi, Bishop of. See Lauri.

Monfor, Duke of. See Norfolk.

Mongonbarel. See Montgomery.

Monks persecuted, 66.

Monseò. See Monceaux.

Montague (Montacute, Montarto), Viscount, 17, 68, 266.

-, concerned in Ridolfi plot, 347, 400, 408, 411.

Montbrun (Môbrû), M. de, at Lyon, 82.

Monte, del, nephew of Vitelli, 453.

Montegle, Lord, a Catholic, 265.

-, -, favours Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Montferrat, 6.

-, to be restored to Duke of Mantua, 8.

Montgomery, Gabriel de Lorges, Count of, who “slew King Henry,” fights for Huguenots, 101, 103.

-, Governor of Rouen, 108, 113.

Montluc, Monluch, Molluch, Blaise de, 100.

-, Charles de, 220.

Montmorency, Anne, Duke of, Constable of France, 2, 4, 27, 103, 112, 122, 134, 156, 183.

-, Francis, Duke of, 276, 431, 440, 441, 446.

-, -, And see Damville.

-, Madame de, 369.

Montmorin, M. de, envoy to the Queen of Scots, 278.

Montone, castle of, 453.

Montorio, Count of, 467.

Montpensier, Duke of, Governor of Dauphiné, 212, 369.

Montrose, Earl of, brief to, 150.

Moors, 309, 317.

Moray, see of, 33.

-, Bishop of. See Hepburn.

-, Earl of. See Murray.

Mordaisen, a friend of the Nuncio Delfino, 35.

Mordant, Mordaunt, Lord, a Catholic, 265.

-, -, favours Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

-, Sir Thomas, 68.

More, Sir Thomas, his “sometime” secretary persecuted, 67.

Moretta. See Muretta.

Morley, Lord, a Catholic, 266.

-, -, favours Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

Moroni, John, Cardinal, 28, 36, 39, 123, 124, 125, 127, 139, 157, 163. And see Trent, Council of, legates at.

-, -, letters from, 137, 144.

-, -, letters to, 27, 32, 36, 48, 50, 60, 70, 78, 96, 119, 122, 125, 132, 145, 153, 192, 218, 253, 366, 467.

Morton, Earl of, 203, 236, 330.

Morwen (Moroen), John, Bonner's secretary, imprisoned, 66.

Moscovy, Duke of, to be invited to the Council of Trent, 31, 32, 34.

-, -, menaces Poland, 116.

-, promotes hostilities between Denmark and Sweden, 37, 38, 43, 368.

Moulins, 199.

Mountioins. See Mountjoy.

Mountjoy, Lord, a Protestant, 266.

-, -, in relation to Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Moville (Valle), monastery of, 482.

Muckamore (Monicao), monastery of, 482.

Mugg, Wm., 152.

Munich, 366.

Munster, Catholic Church in, 48, 481.

Muretta, Moretta, envoy from Savoy to Scotland, 59, 224.

-, mission of, to Elizabeth, 73, 75, 77, 79.

-, sent to attend the baptism of James Stewart, 224, 225, 227, 231, 232.

-, in Paris, 235.

-, account of Darnley's death by, 237.

Murray, Moray, James Stewart, Earl of, 202, 203.

-, -, accused of murder of Darnley, 234.

-, -, disregards Mary's summons to attend her, 236.

-, -, suspicions concerning, 236.

-, -, goes abroad, 240, 248.

-, -, made President of Realm, 255.

-, -, made Regent, 269.

-, -, aims and death of, 253, 276, 292, 330, 331.

Muscovy. See Moscovy.

Musotti, Phillip, secretary to the Cardinal of Lorraine, 84, 89, 157, 175.



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