Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 16, 1619-1621. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1910.
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Aarau, Canton Aargau, Switzerland:
-, diet at, 540.
Abbot, George, archbishop of Canterbury:
-, pities Donato, 81; present from Donato, 82; remarks on king of Spain's relapse, 109, 110.
-, views about Donato, 119, 172; at Council about Donato, 140; conversation with Lando on foreign affairs, 170, 171; asks after Foscarini, 172; Dohna talks over Bohemian question with, 175.
-, thinks Venice slow in communicating alliances, 179; suggests clergy shall contribute to Palatine, 206; on commission for loan from clergy, 211; zeal for, 229.
-, excluded from commission on marriage, 250; suggests fleet may go to Mediterranean, 338.
-, views upon James's attitude about pardoning pirates, 355, 357.
-, Lando to approach about Valtelline, 453.
Abbot, Maurice, 263n.
-, in Netherlands for East India Co., introduced in Assembly, 487; leaves for Amsterdam, 486, 487, 503; returns to England, 567.
Abigail. See Ships, names of.
Achens, John, English mercenary, 132.
Achmet I., Sultan of Turkey, 255.
Adige, River, Italy:
-, Wotton may travel by, 583.
Admiral, lord High:
-, occasionally bribed by pirates, 358.
-, -, -, See Villiers, George, marquis of Buckingham.
Adriatic, the Gulf, 619.
-, question of Venetian supremacy in, with Dutch alliance, 22, 46, 87n, 178.
-, expected attempts of Osuna on, 66, 95, 183; fear that troops may be allowed to pass, 168, 196.
-, Osuna mans ship with Uscocks for, 215; trouble not feared in, 306.
-, Venice prevents Spanish troops traversing, 308; Turkish fleet enters, 380, 381, 403.
-, James may attack Austrians in, 387.
-, Spain proposes to send fleet into, 541; Spanish hostility to Venice in, 557; Naples' fleet in, 586.
Adrimson, Thomas, English mercenary, 132.
Aerbert, Luke, English mercenary, 131.
Aers, Anthony, English mercenary, 130.
-, -, Giosin, English mercenary, 133.
Aerssens, Francis, lord of Sommelsdijk:
-, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to Venice, Piscina will not see, 288; views on situation, 289; Dutch without news of, 295; Savoy wishes to see, 301, 321, 322; writes to Carleton, 303.
-, Wake angry because not visited, 312; avoids Turin, 341; Jacob sent to warn, 343; Jacob misses, 344.
-, may be sent to Turin again, 353; Leon relates proposal of, for diversion, 375.
-, dines with Surian, 382; reproved for not going to Turin, 388; reception at Venice, 416.
-, says Dutch do not rely much on James's declaration, 465; tells Surian of proposed league with Savoy, 584.
-, pirates about, 244, 303; pirates arming in, 561.
Agents. See Ambassadors.
Aisen, John, English mercenary, 131.
Aissan, Don Juan, contador general in Milan:
-, at Turin. 246.
Alais, count of. See Valois, Louis de.
-, wheat from, for Naples and Genoa, 39.
-, barques of, 352.
Albaula. See London, Whitehall.
Albert, Archduke of Austria:
-, asks for Palatine's vote, 2; Argyle expected favour from, 171; James protests must not attack allies, 219; offers of pirates to, 243; James sends to, about Palatinate, 275; Wotton may go to, 284.
-, Conway and Weston to go to, 296; receives English ambassadors, 348n, 353, 367; reply of, 353, 368, 374, 425.
-, reply to Trumbull, 298, 323, 353; Dutch may make diversion against, 321; objectives of forces, 322.
-, Gondomar speaks for subjects of, 402, 432; reassures subjects alarmed about English fleet, 417.
-, reported death, 436; English levies granted to. 438; letters of Oate to, 444, 445.
-, begs troops from Naples, 462; James tells will defend Palatinate, 470.
-, advises Louis to repress Protestants, 518; protests to, from English and Dutch, 519.
-, Digby going to about Palatinate, 553; expected to shirk negotiations, 563; Spain will ask, to recall Spinola, 569.
-, Lord Arundel serves in Brabant, 597; Digby sent to, 612; proposal to Dutch by Peckius, 621.
Albert, Charles d', duke of Luynes, M. de Luynes: 504, 511.
-, advocates English marriage, 21; reply to Savoy's offer, promises to Soissons, 31.
-, Conde desires reconciliation with, 52; inclined to help emperor, 86.
-, negotiations with de Lormes, 281; Gabaleoni's contemptuous reference to, 349.
-, intends to make jest of pirates, 356; may come to England, 498.
-, Venice informs of Spanish designs on Orsini, 522; might lend money to king, 535.
-, money stored at Amiens, 546; private aims in Cadenet's mission, 547.
-, James condemns influence, 546; Orange laments rule, 549.
Albert, Honor d', marquis of Cadenet, marshal of France, 548n, 567.
-, proposed mission to England, 498; Dutch fears of, 504; object of mission, 510, 511, 513, 523; James laughs at, 511.
-, a token of peace, 513; pomp of mission, 513, 521, 523; Soissons awaiting issue of mission, 514; arrival, 518.
-, James promises to speak to, about the Valtelline, 521; enters London, tiff with Arundel, 526.
-, audience, speaks of Huguenots, 526, 527; speaks to Vanmale about Valtelline, 527.
-, parliament postponed for, 528; Savoy's fears about mission, 530; awaiting news in France, 533.
-, Hay gives great banquet to, 533, 534; secret audience about Huguenots, 534; remarks to Lando about Valtelline, 535.
-, Lazari accompanies, 539; presents to and from, 546; came informally, 547; only went to sound, not to settle, 549.
-, only served as spur to Spaniards, 553; James got nothing out of, about Valtelline, 536; assurance of James to, about Spanish marriage, 556; report on his mission, 559; quite satisfied, 572.
-, James speaks to, about truce, 564, 567; says nothing about marriage, 572.
-, masque performed before, 579n.; Wake's opinion of mission, 602.
Alberti, , Venetian secretary, 436.
Albort, Tony, English mercenary, 131.
Albuf, duke of. See Lorraine, Charles II. de, duke of Elbeuf.
Alburquerque, duke of. See Cueva, Francesco Fernandez della.
Ale, Count of. See Valois, Louis de, Count of Alais.
Ale, Edward, English mercenary, 133.
-, plan to divert silk trade from, 11.
Alessandro, a Florentine, steward of Donato, 84, 85, 126, 161.
Alexander, prince of Bogdania, 410.
Alexandria, Egypt, 11.
-, -, Naples galleys going to, 60.
-, plan to attack, 277, 299, 300; English spies report on, 299; English spies at, 337.
-, newly fortified, 300; English fleet to go to, 338, 347; to attempt destruction of, 372, 387.
-, English demands at, 486; Mansell's fleet proceeding to, 509; Mansell's fleet before, 618.
-, -, Pasha of, English demands of, 387, 388, 402; parley with, 618.
-, -, fleet. See fleet against pirates.
-, -, English consul at. See Forde, Richard.
Ali, Tschlebi, grand vizier of Turkey, Pasha, 191.
-, chosen, 156; has Borisi strangled, 158, 195, 236; demands that Nani shall satisfy merchants, 165.
-, Mahamut and ambassadors appeal to, 167; grants time, 173; informs Sultan against foreign ships, 177; expected policy and character, 192; fury against Venice, 201, 207, 226, 227, 231.
-, Jesuits said to have bribed, 224; James astonished at behaviour, 234; James told of behaviour, 253, 325.
-, reception of Eyre, 245; merchants shelter behind, 258.
-, James fears writing to, 255; James's opinion of, 326.
-, threatens war on Venice, 259; hatred of Venice, 269, 304, 328, 329; less rigorous, 272.
-, fall expected, 271; suggestion to bribe, 338.
-, persists in demands upon Venice, 286; threatens Nani, 293, 336, 391, 392.
-, Mollard asks leave of, to depart, 313; urged to help Bohemia and Hungary, 351.
-, reports in Holland about, 353; tries to plant cotton on ambassadors, 410.
-, reported Venetian plot to poison, 435; says Ottoman empire needs taste of war, 442.
-, more friendly to imperial ambassador, 449; orders cavalcade of ambassadors of Bohemia and Hungary to pass before imperial embassy, 483; not likely to court trouble, 493.
-, remarks Nani's absence from Silcsian ambassador's funeral, 505.
Aliaga, Luis, Dominican friar, confessor of Philip III.:
-, favours English marriage, 484.
Alicante [prov. Valencia, Spain]:
-, Mansell's fleet fast at, 561.
Alincourt, lord of. See Neufville, Charles de.
Aliner, Robert, English mercenary, 132.
Almirante di Napoli. See Ships, names of.
-, help for Palatine, 56; James wishes Ferdinand to keep, 218; bait for Prince Tomaso of Savoy, 469; Mansfelt to occupy, 531.
Althaun, Michael Adolf, count of:
-, founder of order of Christian knights, 169n.
-, summoned home, 359; says Savoy caused Valtelline trouble, 366.
-, wants Savoy to attack Geneva, 367.
-, North's expedition to, 207, 235, 239, 263; North's spoil from, 553; North sent to plant colony on, 606.
-, questions of precedence, 77, 102, 103, 147, 179, 213, 224, 225, 227, 238, 241, 243, 245, 249, 266, 351, 465468, 475, 476, 483, 488, 489, 526.
-, presents to, 106, 126, 220, 229, 546.
-, privileges of, 209.
-, execution of, 266.
-, more swayed by private inclinations and passions than interests of state, 565.
Ambassadors ordinary and extraordinary, agents, commissioners, residents, secretaries, nuncios and plenipotentiaries:
-, Bohemian, in England. See Dohna, baron Acatius von; Dohna, baron Christopher von.
-, Bohemian, in the Netherlands. See Dohna, baron Christopher von.
-, Bohemian, to the Porte. See Clln, John de; Gschin, Samuel, von Besdiczy.
-, Bohemian, to Venice. See Tecknau, Henry von (agent).
-, Brandenburg, to the Netherlands. See Edelstein, Thomas (extraordinary); Sticke, Christopher (agent).
-, Danish, in the Netherlands. See Ulefeldt, Jacob.
-, Deuxponts, in the Netherlands. See Rosel, Francis.
-, Dutch, to England. See Caron, Noel (ordinary); Bentusen (commissioner); Bruyning, Albert (commissioner); Camerling, John (commissioner); Perron, Frederick de (commissioner); Segotte, James (commissioner); Sonck, Albert (commissioner); Wyngaerdes, James de (commissioner).
-, -, -, See also Netherlands, commissioners to England.
-, Dutch, to France. See Boetzelaer, Gideon van, lord of Langerach (ordinary); Bucorst (commissioner).
-, -, -, See also Netherlands, commissioners to France.
-, Dutch, to the Porte. See Haagen, Cornelius van.
-, Dutch, to the Princes of the Union. See Randuich.
-, Dutch, to Venice. See Aerssens, Francis (extraordinary).
-, English, to Bohemia. See Nethersole, Francis (secretary); Villiers, Sir Edward.
-, English, to Denmark. See Anstruther, Sir Robert.
-, English, to Dutch. See Carleton, Sir Dudley (ordinary); Abbot, Maurice, (commissioner); Digges, Sir Dudley (commissioner).
-, English, in Flanders. See Trumbull, William (agent).
-, English, in France. See Herbert, Edward.
-, English, to emperor. See Hay, James, viscount Doncaster; Digby, Sir John; Wotton, Sir Henry.
-, English, to Germany. See Conway, Sir Edward (extraordinary); Hay, James, viscount Doncaster (extraordinary); Weston, Sir Richard (extraordinary); Wotton, Sir Henry (extraordinary); Dickenson, John (secretary).
-, English, to Muscovy. See Merrick, Sir John.
-, English, to Persia. See Roe, Sir Thomas.
-, English, to Poland. See Gordon, Patrick (resident).
-, English, to Porte. See Eyre, Sir John; Glover, Sir Thomas; Pindar, Paul.
-, English, to Savoy. See Wake, Sir Isaac (agent); Jacob, John (secretary).
-, English, to Spain. See Aston, Sir Walter (ordinary); Digby Sir John (extraordinary); Digby Simon (secretary); Cottington, Sir Francis (secretary).
-, English, to Princes of the Union. See Morton, Sir Albert.
-, English, to Venice. See Carleton, Sir Dudley (ordinary); Wotton, Sir Henry (ordinary); Monti, Gregorio di (secretary).
-, Flemish, to Dutch. See Peckius, Peter (extraordinary).
-, Flemish, to England. See Boischot, Ferdinand (ordinary); Van Male (agent); Rodes, baron of (extraordinary).
-, Flemish, to France. See Cantacrois, Count of (extraordinary).
-, Florentine, in England. See Salvietti, Amerigo (agent).
-, French, to England. See Leveneur, Taneguy, count of Tillieres (ordinary); Albert, Honore d', marquis of Cadenet (extraordinary); Buisson, du; Fert, M. de la; Juvenal, Francois, Seigneur des Ursins, marquis of Tresnel (extraordinary).
-, French, to Flanders. See Pericard, M.
-, French, to Germany. See Aubespine, Charles de l', sieur de Praux (extraordinary); Bethune, Philip de, count of Bethune (extraordinary); Valois, Charles, count of Auvergne and duke of Angoulme (extraordinary).
-, French, to Grisons. See Montholon.
-, French, to Netherlands. See Du Maurier, Aubrey (ordinary); Thumery, John de, lord of Boissise (extraordinary).
-, French, to Porte. See Harlay, Philip de, baron of Csy.
-, French, to Rome. See Estres, Hannibal d', marquis of Coeuvres (ordinary); Marcillac.
-, French, to Savoy. See Marini, Claudio (agent).
-, French, to Spain. See Potier, Anthony, sieur de Seaux (ordinary); Bassompierre, Francis, count of (extraordinary); Marcillac (extraordinary).
-, French, to Swiss. See Gueffier, Emile.
-, French, to Union. See Guisard.
-, French, to Venice. See Brlart de Leon, Charles; Villiers, Courtin de.
-, Hungarian, to Porte. See Korlath, Stephen.
-, Imperial, in France. See Frstenberg, Vratislaus von, count of.
-, Imperial, to Palatine. See Frstenburg, Vratislaus von, count of.
-, Imperial, to Porte. See Gall, Caesar; Mollart, Ludwig von.
-, Imperial, to Rome. See Savelli, Prince.
-, Imperial, to Saxony and Bavaria. See John George, Count of Hohenzollern.
-, Imperial, to Spain. See Khevenhller, Francis Christopher, count.
-, Palatine, to England. See Williams, Abraham (agent).
-, -, -, See also under Ambassadors, Bohemian.
-, papal nuncio, at Brussels, 405, 539.
-, papal nuncio, in France. See Bentivoglio, Guido.
-, papal nuncio, at Milan. See Scappi.
-, papal nuncio, in Savoy. See Costa, Pietro Francesco, bishop of Savona.
-, papal nuncio, in Spain. See Crunini.
-, papal nuncio, at Venice. See Donati, Sigismund, bishop of Ascoli.
-, Polish, in England. See Buck, captain (agent); Osalinskie.
-, Savoyard, in England. See Gabaleoni, Giovanni Battista (ordinary); Villa, marquis Guido (extraordinary); Biondi, Giovanni Francesco (agent).
-, Savoyard, in France. See Scaglia, Augusto Manfredo, count of Verua (ordinary); Fresia, Carlo (agent).
-, Savoyard, in Venice. See Piscina, Giacomo.
-, Spanish, in England. See Sarmiento d' Acuna, don Diego, count of Gondomar (ordinary); Lafuente, Diego (agent).
-, Spanish, in Flanders. See Cueva, Alonso de, marquis of Bedmar.
-, Spanish, in France. See Giron, Fernando (ordinary); Zuniga y d' Avilla, Antonio de, marquis of Mirabel (ordinary); Cueva, Juan de la (extraordinary).
-, Spanish, at Genoa. See Vives, Juan.
-, Spanish, in Germany. See Gravora, Ninigo de, count of Oate.
-, Spanish, in the Grisons. See Casati, Alfonso.
-, Spanish, at Rome. See Cueva, Francesco Fernandez della, duke of Alburquerque (ordinary); Lafuente, Diego.
-, Spanish, at Venice. See Bravo, Don Luis.
-, Swedish, in England (agent), 464.
-, Tuscan. See Florentine.
-, Union, Princes of, to France. See Maurice, landgrave of Hesse.
-, Union, Princes of, to Netherlands. See Olden Barnevelt, William of, lord of Stoutenburg.
-, Union, Princes of, to England and Netherlands. See Buwinckhausen.
-, Venetian, in England. See Barbarigo, Gregorio (ordinary); Donato, Antonio (ordinary); Foscarini, Antonio (ordinary); Giustinian, Zorzi (ordinary); Lando, Girolamo (ordinary); Molin, Nicolo (ordinary); Lionello, Giovanni Battista (secretary); Marioni, Pier Francesco (secretary; Muscorno, Giulio (secretary); Zon, Pier Antonio (secretary).
-, Venetian in Flanders. See Pasini, Giovanni Battista (subordinate agent).
-, Venetian, in Florence. See Trivisan, Giovanni Francesco (resident).
-, Venetian, in France. See Bon, Ottavian; Contarini, Anzolo; Gussoni, Vincenzo; Priuli, Gerolamo.
-, Venetian, in Germany. See Giustinian, Zorzi (ordinary); Antelmi, Valerio (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Milan. See Vendramino, Giacomo (resident).
-, Venetian, in Netherlands. See Trivisano, Hieronimo (extraordinary); Surian, Christofforo (resident).
-, Venetian, at Naples. See Spinelli, Gasparo (resident).
-, Venetian, at Porte, bailo. See Giustinian, Zorzi; Nani, Almoro.
-, Venetian, at Rome. See Contarini, Simone; Soranzo, Girolamo.
-, Venetian, in Savoy. See Pesaro, Zuane; Zen, Ranier.
-, Venetian, in Spain. See Contarini, Piero; Corner, Alvise.
-, Venetian, with Swiss. See Lionello, Giovanni Battista; Scaramilli, Moderante (secretary); Vico, Piero (secretary).
Amburgh, John, Dutch pirate captain, 280.
Amiens [Somme, France]:
-, French king and Gondomar at, 199; Louis at, 511; money of Luynes stored at, 546.
Amsterdam, Netherlands, 610.
-, preparations against pirates at, 18; Lando at, 52; envoy of Palatine and Union at, 148.
-, losses by pirates reported at, 314; ships from Indies arrive at, 348; proposal to pawn royal jewels at, 473, 543; Maurice Abbot and Digges at, 488; East India company mission to, 503.
-, bank of, Palatine gets money from, 34.
-, despatches dated from, 219.
Anadem. See Ships, names of, Ann Adam.
Anatolia, Asia Minor:
-, Cadalichier of, deposed, 270.
Ancona, Marches, Italy:
-, Turkish fleet making for, 381.
Andover, co. Hants:
-, James at, 354n.
Andrewes, Launcelot, bishop of Winchester:
-, attends Council about Donato, 140; on commission for loan from clergy for Palatme, 211, 229; James refers to sermon, 580.
Andron, Giers, English mercenary, 133.
Angers [Maine et Loire, France], 280.
-, Soissons and mother flee to, 290.
Angoulme, duke of. See Valois, Charles of.
Anhalt, prince of, margrave of. See Christian, prince of Anhalt.
Ann Adam, Annadem. See Ships, names of.
Anna, widow of John Sigismund, margrave of Brandenburg:
-, arranges marriage of daughter Maria Eleanora to Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, 459.
Anne of Austria, Queen of France:
-, well again, 183; dowry, 289; congratulated on recovery, 419; salutes James, 539; Luynes not in favour with, 547.
Anne of Denmark, Queen of England:
-, condolences upon death, 7, 21, 28, 59.
-, portrait of, given to Villa, 46; ladies in waiting of, 82n.
Anspach, margrave of. See Joachim Ernest, margrave of Anspach.
Antrim, earl of. See Macdonnell, Randal.
Anstruther, Sir Robert, Aston, English ambassador in Denmark:
-, despatched, 211, 223; to ask for money for Palatine, 223; leaves, 235; reports of, 276.
-, returns from Denmark, 418; going to Denmark for loan, 509; to take money to queen of Bohemia and go on to Denmark, 536; arrives in Zeeland, 560; at Hague, 566; introduced to States, 567.
-, expected at Segeburg, 600.
Antelmi Antonio, Secretary of the Venetian Senate for English, Dutch and Swiss affairs, 426.
-, -, Valerio, Venetian Secretary in Germany, 551, 591.
-, despatches of, 56, 72, 104, 139, 193, 232, 259, 301, 367, 374, 381.
Antelope. See Ships, names of.
Anthony, duke of Vendme:
-, privileges granted to Huguenots, 534.
Anthony Gunther, count of Oldenburg:
-, Anstruther to visit, 567.
Anti, pirates, tax, 306.
Antonini, Alfonso of Udine:
-, leaves England for Bohemia, 226, 240.
Antwerp, Belgium, 179.
-, goods of Maltravers from, 55, 56; posts for, 72; posts from, 187, 188, 317, 430, 434.
-, news from, 58, 63, 169.
-, master of the posts, 61, 95, 146, 148. See also Roclants, Giovanni Battista.
-, collection for emperor at. 169.
-, James claims debt from, 206.
-, feared outbreak at, 341; hopes that Mansell will attack, 417.
-, Spain demands demolition of forts which stop trade, 604.
Anzolo, Zuanne de, English mercenary, 130.
Aosta, valley of Piedmont, Italy, 246.
-, Osuna orders that Venetian ships be well received in, 45; grain from, 85, 183.
-, Ragusan designs against, 215.
Arager, Henry, English mercenary, 132.
Aragon, Don Ottavio of:
-, expected at Naples, 35; arrives, 39; Osuna inclined to send against Turks, 45, 48.
-, ready to start, 54; starts for Archipelago, 60; chases pirates, 64; galleys of, 71; stopped by weather, 85.
-, at Naples, 104, 165; leaving for Spain, 138; to take memorial in favour of Osuna. 147; waiting to hear from Court, 156; goes to plead for Osuna in Spain, 172, 178; driven to Tuscan port, 183; Osuna's reliance on, 192, 215.
-, Naples fleet going to, 60.
Archdukes. See Albert; Ferdinand; Leopold.
Ardennes, forest of:
-, de Lormes robbed in, 515, 516.
Arezzo, Tuscany, archpriest of. See Nardi, Baldesar.
Argyle, earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.
Arminians in Netherlands:
-, Spaniards hope to use, 422.
-, inventory of, taken, 543; busy manufacture of, 563; prepared in Netherlands, 602.
Arnolfini, Vicenzo, of Lucca. 269.
Arnoux, Jacques, a Jesuit, confessor of Louis XIII.:
-, enjoins taking places of safety from Huguenots, 469.
Aron, Rondel, English mercenary, 133.
Arrigoni, Gio. Domenico, 165.
-, letter of Gatti to, 164, 404.
Ars, Adam, English mercenary, 132.
-, -, Fulk, ensign, English mercenary, 131.
Arthon. See Aston.
Artillery. See Guns.
Artle, John, English mercenary, 132.
Arundel, Thomas, lord of Wardour:
-, unpopular with Catholics, 581; serves archduke in Brabant, 597.
Arundel, countess of. See Howard, Alethea.
-, -, earl of. See Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel.
Arz, 410, 411.
Ascoli, bishop of. See Donati, Sigismund.
Aspach, waters of, 437.
Aslier, John Peter Richard, English mercenary, 131.
Aston, Arthon, Sir Walter, English ambassador in Spain, 101, 449.
-, sends on things to Spain, 102, 137; not starting, 137: starts for Spain, 150; reported arrival in Spain, 158.
-, reception delayed, 194; begins residence, sees king, 232; visited by Contarini, 233.
-, knows nothing of proposed league against republics, 337; ordered to make representations about Valtelline, 364, 446.
-, moved by Venetian representations, 447; warns James of invasion of Palatinate, 452, 461.
-, chaplain of, bets on marriage, 464; representations about Valtelline, 468, 484; reports from, 481; letter of Mansell to, 486n.
-, to make further representations, 491; says Spain does not want war in Italy, 492.
-, reply to, about Valtelline, 503, 548; more inclined for hunting than business, 549.
-, sends word about marriage, Palatinate and Valtelline, 564; letter to Calvert, 565.
-, fresh orders to insist on fulfilment of promises, 570; fresh representations to Philip, 583.
-, in hands of Spanish partisans, 598; to make strong representations about Palatinate, 621.
-, -, Lady, joins husband, 449.
Aston. See also Anstruther.
Astor, William, English mercenary, 131.
Atoni, John, English mercenary, 130.
Attorney General of England. See Coventry, Sir Thomas; Yelverton, Sir Henry.
Aubespine, Charles de l', sieur de Praux, ambassador extraordinary of France to Germany:
-, Herbert wishes to leave, 217; Wotton tells, of negotiations with emperor, 424.
-, Wotton tries to arrange accommodation with, 446.
-, Lando at, 41; Donato's servant killed at, 80; inclined to Union, 168.
-, diet of princes at, 193; news from, 301; Wotton passes through. 381.
-, agrees that emperor can command Saxony and Bavaria, 444; declares emperor can proclaim ban without consulting others, 445.
-, provinces in, revolt, 493.
Austria, Lower, James wishes Ferdinand to keep, 218; revolt in, 443.
-, -, Upper, James wishes Ferdinand to keep, 218; Bavaria and Saxony to subdue, 418.
-, revolt in, 443; Lutherans' demands of emperor, 444.
Austria, house of, 174, 184, 226, 463.
-, to rid itself of Palatines' pretensions, 2; danger of Palatine to, 12; in desperate plight, 40, 86, 157, 222.
-, James advises Palatine to have understanding with, 49; Dutch hatred of, 60, 61; Union to resist, 72.
-, English hate, 92; Hay disparages, 127, 135; James wants peace with, 136; collecting huge forces, 145.
-, James considers case of, 149, 159; Hay opponent of, 155; boast against Palatine, 177; danger of Dutch mercenaries falling into hands, 182; Doncaster's reported intrigues against, 199; James says has league with. 205, 273.
-, army of, wasting, 30.
-, English action against, 210; France and Savoy friendly to, 211.
-, Savoy's obligations to, 230; Palatine disclaims idea of attacking, 233.
-, France does not want Union to fight, 242; Savoy has done nothing for, 246.
-, Venetian war with, 287.
-, trampling on Germany, 289; Venice helps Turks against, 320; hopes to join Milan to, 333.
-, proposed check to ambitions, 376; James hopes to remain friendly with, 382.
-, James desires Frederick to refrain from attacking, 417; deceives James, 425.
-, Valtelline revolt for sole advantage of, 427; James does not wish to offend, 429.
-, Wake says must destroy or admit its rule, 469; Palatine can hardly resist, 487.
-, success increases Spanish arrogance, 503; Bavaria repents supporting, 529.
-, Palatine may yet perturb, 540; prospering, 554; Mansfelt to trouble, 561.
-, partisans may be offended by ban, 572; gaining time by negotiation, 573; Wake denounces, 576.
-, -, -, archdukes of. See Albert; Ferdinand; Leopold.
Auvergne, count of. See Valois, Charles of.
Avedmar, Henry, English mercenary, 130.
Ayres. See Eyre.