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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Caccia, la, book by Gatti, 7.
-, presented to king, 19, 25, 85.
Cadenet, marquis of. See Albert, Honor d'.
Caes, John, English mercenary, 132.
Caesar, Sir Julius, Master of the Rolls:
-, attends Council about Donato, 140.
Caesar. See Emperor.
Calais [Pas de Calais, France], 247, 406, 498, 511.
-, Dohna crosses to, 33, 323; Donato at, 81; Morton at, 101; Hay may go to, 105; ships of, 383.
-, Louis going to, 504, 510, 527; Cadenet leaves for England, 513; Flemish envoy sent to Louis at, 518.
Calandrini Giovanni, Italian merchant:
-, friend of Donato, 80, 84; buys Donato's goods, 83; Donato stays with, 90.
-, house at Putney, 172, 180; arranges payment of Venetian posts, 186; to pay Gray's levies, 206.
-, -, the merchants, sent to Nurenberg, 497.
Calato, Batista, English mercenary, 130.
Calderon, Don Roderigo de, count of Oliva:
-, imprisonment, 171.
Caledi, Edward, English mercenary, 132.
Calvert, George, secretary of state, 537, 538, 567.
-, views about Donato, 117119, 141; attends Council about Donato, 140.
-, sent to Dohna, 149; letter to Monti, 162; Lando approaches about Donato, 179, 191.
-, letters of Wake to, 194n, 209n, 332n, 367n, 485n.
-, Dohna and Buwinckhausen treat with, 205; Buwinckhausen disputes with, 220.
-, Lando speaks to, about Valtelline, 364, 400; ordered to write to Spain, 365.
-, reports James much stirred about Valtelline, 370; reassures Gondomar about fleet, 372.
-, writes letter to Dohna recapitulating what done for Frederick and Union, 401.
-, shows Gondomar instructions of Conway and Weston, 437, 439.
-, draws up paper with reasons for calling parliament, 440.
-, speaks of representations about Valtelline, 491; informed of Cadenet's mission, 511.
-, tells Lando Gondomar's reply about armaments, 525, 526; tells Lando news of Palatinate, 564.
-, letter of Aston to, 565; tells Lando of fresh orders to Aston, 570; quarrel with Coke, 577.
-, tells parliament foreign affairs king's prerogative, 590; says negotiations will take long, 603.
-, Lando referred to, about levies 596; ratifies levy, 605; Lando does not approach, about ships, 610.
-, James fears Palatine may form party with, 436.
-, printing press at, 197.
Camerling, John, Carmelin, pensionary of Delft, Dutch ambassador to England, 532n.
Camor, Lox ichs, English mercenary, 130.
Campbell, Archibald, earl of Argyle:
-, flight, 78; Gondomar at bottom of, 171; going to Brussels, 251n.
Campbell, Father, brother of earl of Argyle, a Jesuit, imprisoned, 78.
Camper, John, English mercenary, 132.
Canary Islands, Canaries:
-, de Lormes and Pasini may go to, 382; band of pirates at, 383.
-, James may join with Dutch in attacking, 387.
Candia See Crete.
-, sent by Archduke Albert to Louis at Calais, 578.
Cantaro, a weight, 319.
Canterbury, co. Kent:
-, archbishop of. See Abbot, George.
Captain of the guard. See Rich, Sir Henry.
Cardinals. See Bellarmine, Robert Francis Romulus; Borgia,
-, Gaspar; Gondi, Henry de, Cardinal de Retz; Klesl, Melchior; Madruzzi, Carlo; Maurice, Prince of Savoy; Pole, Reginald; Roche-foucauld, Francis.
Carew, Cheri, George, lord, master of ordnance:
-, attends Council about Donato, 140; warrant forged for exporting guns, 463.
Carey, Henry, Comptroller of the Household:
-, attends Council about Donato, 140; made viscount Falkland, 562n.
Corielle, Roger, English mercenary, 131.
-, James wishes Ferdinand to keep, 218; friendly relations with Bohemians, 483.
Carleton, lady Anna:
-, leaves for England, 262; Lando thanks, 443.
-, -, Sir Dudley, English ambassador in the Netherlands, 194.
-, protests against Dutch compact with pirates, 3.
-, puzzled as to what James will do about Bohemia, 5, 6, 13; tells Surian particulars of Bohemian election, 6.
-, friendly to Dutch Venetian alliance, 14, 107; speaks in assembly in favour, 22; Surian thanks, 27, 32, 42, 65, 68; ordered to forward alliance, 46; gives help, 87, 558.
-, expecting Dohna, 17; ignorant about Dohna, 23; silence about Bohemia a bad sign, 27.
-, Dutch speak to, of desire for English resolution, 37; opinion of James's intentions, 47.
-, to be informed of alliance with Venice, 51, 98; articles of alliance read to, 105, 146.
-, calls on Lando, 57; letter of Williams to, 64n.
-, Lando gives message to, 57, 71; speaks to Surian about league and Donato, 68; and Germany, 68, 69.
-, thinks Dutch will not act without informing James, 74; appeals to Venice for Balan, 88.
-, letters of Chamberlain to, 7n, 137n, 185n, 210n, 223n, 394n, 464n, 473n, 508n, 534n, 562n.
-, letters to Chamberlain, 106n.
-, pleased at Venice recognising Palatine as king, 106; satisfaction of Venice with, 107, 111, 116.
-, consideration for, when ambassador at Venice, 122124; opinion on Dutch Venetian alliance, 158.
-, told of omission of word 'enemies,' informs James of Dutch decision to help, 166.
-, says Dutch example will help James, 190; sends word of Venetian Dutch alliance, 196.
-, demands settlement of fishery question, 202, 212; Dutch ask to make representations to James about, 218.
-, informed of proposed embassy to England, 225; tells Surian of contributions for Palatine, 237.
-, remarks on league against republics, 241; opinions on situation in Germany, 242.
-, instructions about Savoy, 257, 265; calls on Surian, 259. expects to be sent to Germany, 262; ordered on German embassy, 264; not going, 272; not wishing to go, 279.
-, asks for embassy about fisheries, 272; Dutch ask, about James's intentions, 279; credit with Dutch, 290.
-, sarcasm about Spaniards, 295; instructions to, 301.
-, Aerssens writes to, 303; Wake writes to, 312; letters of, 390n.
-, representations to Dutch about Savoy, 321; reports arming of fleet against pirates, 323.
-, sends letter of Haagen, 336; tells of spies sent to Algiers, 337.
-, to advocate inclusion of Savoy in league, 345; despatches ship, wrecked and taken to Brussels, 352, 369.
-, reports news from Constantinople, 353; Prince of Orange visits, 360; appeal to, for Sticke, 361.
-, thinks James means to act against Spain, 368; Surian to appeal to, about Valtelline, 379.
-, would like Venice to engage Vere, 382; sends home copy of Haagen's letter, 391.
-, Surian to maintain friendship with, 396; Dutch say understands Germany but not James, 398.
-, appeal to, about Valtelline, 407, 408, 416; Vere engaged to please, 408; letter of Lytton to, 409n.
-, calls on Trivisano, 419; speaks upon Germany and Grisons, 420; does not want to talk of Palatinate, ib; urges James to act about Valtelline, 421; Venice grateful to, 443; Trivisano tells news to, 447.
-, tells Trivisano of king's declaration, 448; Dutch consider representation of James's declaration feeble, 470.
-, letter to Prince of Orange asking help for Palatine, 470, 471; speaks for Valtelline, 475.
-, application to, about gun detained at Dieppe, 478.
-, James will write to, about Valtelline, 482; to incite Dutch about Valtelline, 487.
-, Union approach for help, 483; grieved at Palatine's defeat, 487; assurances to Venice, 494.
-, waiting to hear James's decision, 499; reports offices to stir Dutch, 502; told of fresh embassies, 504.
-, advocates resistance to Spain, 515; asks Dutch to induce Bremen to satisfy Denmark, ib.
-, Scotch knight brings letters for, 523; assists Dutch Venetian league, 525.
-, favoured Dutch Venetian league, 537; sorry about Grisons and Valtelline, 550.
-, tells Surian of James's declaration for Venice, 560; presents Anstruther to Assembly, 567.
-, Weston and Conway lodge with, 573; negotiating league between Dutch and Savoy, 584.
-, Surian to thank, 585; Surian gets nothing from, about truce, 601; hopes good decision from James, 602.
-, to prevent Palatine and wife coming to England, 603; calls on Peckius, 612; tells Surian of Peckius's plans, 612, 613.
-, Surian thanks, 613; sends word of Danish ambassador, 617; Peckius' proposals communicated to, 621.
-, -, -, English ambassador at Venice:
-, sent secretary to Grisons, 594.
-, -, Dudley, nephew of Sir Dudley Carleton:
-, sent to England with word of decisions of Dutch, 166.
Carlistot. See Karlstadt.
Carmelin. See Camerling.
Carnual, William, English mercenary, 133.
Caron, Sir Noel, Dutch ambassador in England, 242, 447.
-, to tell James of Dutch help in Germany, 24; to ask James to help against pirates, 31.
-, sends no news of James's intentions, 36; ordered to stir up James, 37.
-, rejoices at Venetian alliance and plan to attack Spain in Indies, 144; urges James to take some resolution, 144, 145; has no satisfactory report about James, 147; works hard to move James, 148; reply of James to, 149, 151; fruitless efforts for merchants fined for exporting gold, 170.
-, invited to prince's masque, 197; James speaks to, about fisheries dispute, 212; Dutch instructions upon, 218.
-, invited to prince's tilting, 228; James assures, that marriage negotiations at standstill, 239.
-, tries to get fine of merchants commuted, 239; news sent by, 279.
-, James urges to warn Dutch to beware of Spinola, 292; tells James of Dutch preparations, 331.
-, letter sent to, for deciphering, 353; James encourages Dutch by, 368.
-, James assures will move if Palatinate invaded, 387, 470; reports honours to Aerssens at Venice, 416.
-, told James will not join Dutch against pirates, 416; audience at Windsor, 417; hopeful, 418, 423.
-, strongly urges James to act, 422; backs messenger from Union, 429; alteration in declaration corrected, 441.
-, wish to put off, 450; guest at Lord Mayor's banquet, 474; news from Netherlands of fleet against pirates, 480.
-, James to speak to, about Valtelline, 482; Naunton speaks to, about Valtelline, 491.
-, to speak warmly to James, 500; reports exact contrary of what Dutch want, 506.
-, Lando works with, 519; similar audience to Lando, 521, 522; Lando to speak to, against Spain, 524.
-, James asks, to get Dutch to arm his men, 535; consulted about pawning crown jewels, 543.
-, office of Lando with, 565.
-, says English have not paid a farthing for arming Vere's men, 570.
-, Lando's manner of dealing with, 604, 605.
Carr, Robert, earl of Somerset:
-, receives bribes from pirates, 358.
Cartagena [prov. Murcia, Spain]:
-, pirates off, 561.
Carvell, Henry, of St. Maries:
-, arraigned for sending money against Palatine, 479.
Carver, Sir Edward:
-, arraigned for collecting money for emperor, 464n.
Casal Maggiore [Prov. Cremona, Italy], 200.
Casati, Alfonso, Spanish ambassador in the Grisons:
-, Bernese almost would accept as arbitrator, 73; Gueffier's intimacy with, 427.
Castelnuovo in Savoy, Mansfelt's Marquisate, 532.
Castiglione [Prov. Mantua, Italy]:
-, Feria sends troops to, 178; Mantua to occupy, 200; Feria's designs on, 202.
-, -, marquis of. See Gonzaga, Ferdinand, marquis of Castiglione.
-, -, prince of. See Gonzaga, Francis.
Catholic king. See Philip III, king of Spain.
Catholic league in Germany, 106.
-, Philip pays 36,000 florins to, 444.
Catholics, English, papists:
-, Venetian ambassadors asked to protect, 9.
-, James expected to grant liberty to, 12; mass celebrated at prisons for, 90.
-, James fears Spanish interference with, 93; rigour against, 185.
-, high hopes from Gondomar, 204; hope for marriage, 231.
-, Gondomar wants favours for, 256, 259; rigours against renewed, 259, 307.
-, Spaniards slander Venice to, 369; Gondomar's visits among excite suspicion, 394.
-, Gondomar accuses Naunton of treating badly, 432; prayers and collections for emperor, 464.
-, imprisoned for making collection for emperor, 479; suffer from Spanish protection, 483.
-, discovered sending money to emperor, 509; marriage facilitated by granting more liberty, 518, 536.
-, James compares with Huguenots, 527; supply Spanish ambassador with secret service money, 546.
-, hostility to, in parliament, 571, 577, 589; efforts to exclude from parliament and London, 577.
-, king's reply to parliament about, 589, 590; unpopularity of Arundel with, 581.
-, James orders out of London during parliament, 599.
Catholics, expected to attack Palatinate, 197; suspected designs against Protestants, 422.
Caulfield, Toby, lord Charlemont, lord Caulfield:
-, member of Council of War, 543n; ennoblement of, 562n.
Cavendish, Charles, 473n.
-, -, William, made viscount Cavendish, 473n, 562n.
Cavoretto, 566, 572.
Cecil, Edward, general, colonel Cecil:
-, likely to command English in Palatinate, 27, 52, 137, 283; praises Venice, 103.
-, hurt at not receiving Palatinate command, 314; calls on Surian, 360.
-, question of appointment a cause of quarrel between Dohna and Buckingham, 430.
-, back in England on leave, 486; pay of, 506; member of Council of War, 543n.
-, proposed employment by Venice, 568, 607, 618; reasons for not getting Palatinate command, 618, 619.
-, -, Thomas, first earl of Exeter:
-, Lando to See about engaging Edward Cecil, 568.
Cecilia Renata, daughter of Ferdinand II.:
-, suggested marriage to Charles, 41.
Celi, Christopher, English mercenary, 130.
Cenis, Mont, 246n.
Centon, Rodolph. English mercenary, 131.
Centurion. See Ships, names of.
Cephalonia, island of:
-, Foscolo at, 26; appeal from, about raisin trade, 361; instructions about, reach Lando, 460.
Ceremonies, Master of the. See Lewkenor, Sir Lewis.
Cerizza. See Ciria.
Cerronio, Father Tomaso, provost of San Fedele, Milan:
-, James reminded of plot divulged by, 511.
Cesare, Cesar, Christopher, English mercenary, 132.
-, -, Lionicio de, English mercenary, 130.
Csy, baron of. See Harlay, Philip de.
Chambellay, Siambeles, seigneur of. See Montalais.
Chamber, the king's, 77.
-, -, -, merchants' fine payable to, 78.
-, letters to Sir Dudley Carleton, 77n, 137n, 185n, 210n, 223n, 394n, 464n, 473n, 508n, 534n, 362n.
-, letters of Carleton to, 106n.
Chamberlain, the Lord. See Herbert, William, earl of Pembroke.
Chamberlain, Lord High, of England. See Vere, Henry, earl of Oxford.
Chambry [Savoie, France], 246n. despatch dated from, 33, 37.
Chancellor of Brabant. See Peckius, Peter.
Chancellor of Denmark. See Ulefeldt, Jacob.
Chancellor, the lord, of England. See Bacon, Francis.
Chancellor of France. See Brlart, Nicholas, lord of Sillery.
Charlemont, lord. See Caulfield, Toby.
Charles, prince of Wales: 154, 247.
-, Lando's credentials to, 9; less popular in England than Palatine, 92.
-, masques of, 102, 128, 138, 190; comedians of, disturb king by play, 111; indisposed by masque, 151.
-, at Lando's first audience, 107: gives audience to Lando, 108 109.
-, James dedicates Meditation on Crown of. Thorns, to, 128, 151.
-, rejoices at birth of Rupert, 137; Buckingham, favourite with, 138; Donato not to approach court of, 139, 141.
-, friendly to cause of Palatine, 137, 151; likes to participate in affairs, 151, 152.
-, attends masque at Hay's house, 155; prepares for tilting, Council tries to dissuade, 190.
-, horoscope made for, 199; would like to See Milan forces locked up in Medole affair, 203.
-, tilting of, 225, 227, 241; to be told of affairs, 227; not inclined to Spanish marriage but influences for, 238.
-, does not want Spanish marriage, 242; levies for Bohemia made in name of, 249; embraces Lando, 250.
-, advises king on Bohemian affairs, 273; negotiations with Denmark, 276; Lando appeals to, about Turks, 328, 329.
-, glad of Ribera's defeat, 329; Tillires gives news to, 330; letter to doge for Wotton, 334.
-, reported plot against life, 340, 349; may be in secret plan against Spain, 393.
-, Dominis curries favour with, 404: excitement in court of, against Spaniards, 417.
-, large share in inducing king's declaration, influence of religion with, 431.
-, angry interview with Gondomar about Palatinate, 433; honours Dohna, 434.
-, promises Gondomar not to send help to Palatine, 437.
-, more thrifty than father, 441; Lando to make representations to, 456.
-, at consultation about Morton's mission, 508; at Council meeting, 516.
-, deeply interested about sister and religion but suppresses feelings before father, 524.
-, Cadenet lodged in palace of, 526: present at banquet to Cadenet, 533; at opening of parliament, 562.
-, advices communicated to, 568; regular attendance at parliament, 577; gives masque, 579.
-, Lando to cultivate, 594; prevented Cecil commanding Palatinate force, 618, 619n.
-, letter to doge recommending Wotton, 622.
-, -, marriage of. See Marriage.
Charles Emanuel, duke of Savoy:
-, tells Pesaro news of Germany, 1, 4; expects little from England, 4; tells Pesaro news of Naples, 11.
-, Bohemians consider as king, 6; accuses Donato, 7; pleased at Palatine's election, blames James, 12.
-, opinion on German affairs, thinks England betrayed him, 16; suggested as king of Bohemia, 18.
-, thinks Germany in desperate plight, 19; considers things mismanaged, 20.
-, alliance with Venice, wants English marriage, 21; action against Donato, 26, 29, 37; Donato approaches, 38, 46.
-, at Nice, 28; no news of Germany, 30; pretends to assist Anglo-French match, but mistrusted, 31.
-, deprived of vicarship of empire in Italy, 32.
-, hopes for English match, 37; Filiberto to See, at Nice, 39.
-, Wake asks to ascertain if Spain in earnest about marriage, 50; Wake's three requests of, 58.
-, negotiations with Berne, 58; Hay to See, 63; Herbert's opinion of, 67.
-, suggested nomination as king of Romans, 73, 86; toasted in England, 79.
-, England awaits decision about Palatine, 91; views about Monferrat, 99.
-, tells Wake of French plans in Germany, 100.
-, (1620), 497.
-, reported provisions from Dutch, 101; Donato insults, 104, 140, 144.
-, said to have fallen into arms of Spain, 110; ready to treat Saluzzo reasonably, 124; means to justify procedure in Saluzzo, 173, 174.
-, Tron approaches, 138; writes to pope on Germany, 153; offers help about Donato, 163.
-, opinion of Spanish tricks, 171; considered slow to impart Venetian alliance, 179.
-, Donato did not rob, 180; tells Wake of request to Spaniards to pass, 181.
-, libel in England against, 180; manner of announcing league with Venice in England, 191.
-, does not want Bohemian war to become one of religion, 193, 194; satisfaction given by James to, 194.
-, Wake See s, 208; Wake persuades to satisfy Pesaro about Osorio, 209.
-, dismisses troops, awaiting events, 209; Wake sent to move, about election of emperor, 210.
-, willing to do share if James declares, 223; desire for English match, 224.
-, suspicions upon dealings with emperor, 226, 231; obligations to Hapsburgs, 230, 233.
-, marriage negotiations with emperor, 226, 231, 232, 238; complains of suspicions, 233.
-, probable change in attitude, 238; doubts about intentions, 240.
-, asked to grant passage to Spanish troops, 246.
-, seems anxious for Anglo-Spanish match, 247; offers one of own daughters, 248.
-, wants to follow James, 250; James wishes to include in league, 257, 265, 270, 274.
-, negotiations with Hapsburgs, 251, 366; imposes duty on oil, 259.
-, offers to settle dispute between Gondomar and Tillires, 260.
-, sends word of Spanish troops to Anhalt, 261; England wishes to keep well disposed, 265.
-, Dutch willing to include in league, 276, 352; thinks Palatine in dangerous position, 278.
-, would like England to attack Spain, 278; trying to hide negotiations with Spain, 279.
-, Wake assures, Spanish marriage will not take place, 288.
-, talks of raising troops for Queen Mother, 296; supposed understanding with Queen Mother, 349.
-, asks Lorraine to remain neutral, 298; Donato may appeal to, 310.
-, wishes to See Aerssens, 301, 332; complains to Wake about Aerssens, 312, 353.
-, offers to help Venice against Turks, 301, 302; told James favours leaguewith Dutch and Union, 321.
-, suspects Venice of preventing Aerssens from coming, 332; regrets Aerssens did not come, 344, 345.
-, received Eston, 336, 355; Aerssens may be sent back to, 353; league with Dutch, 369.
-, Wake's representation to, about Valtelline, 342, 343; opinion on Valtelline, 343, 344; Venice appeals to, about Valtelline, 350.
-, gets Wake to write to Berne, 359; French displeased with, 360; Wake dissatisfied with, 366, 367.
-, wishes to make Wake suspicious, 367; tells James of landing of priests, 373.
-, claims to Monferrat exploited, 376; Wake urges, about Valtelline, 379, 414; reply of Berne to, 380.
-, Aerssens reproved for not going to, 388; relations of James with, 396.
-, suspicion of designs on Geneva, 392, 400; goes to confer with Lesdiguires, 413, 414, 474.
-, Venice induced to intervene about Valtelline, 436; does not refuse loan to Palatine, 465.
-, Spaniards will make friends with, 468; opportunities for, in league against Spain, 469.
-, Wake to stir up about Valtelline, 475; asked to help Venice, 475, 476.
-, ready to give loan to Palatine, 481; liberal promises, 484; intrigues with Lesdiguires against Genoa, 485
-, helpless without French, 493; told of James's declaration, 494.
-, Mansfelt wishes to serve, 493, 530; thanked for news, 498; Pesaro speaks to, about Bohemia, 503.
-, views on situation, 505.
-, Gondomar abuses, 518; James expects, to do right about Valtelline, 521; fears of Cadenet's mission, 530.
-, may bear part cost of Mansfeld, 531, 573, 574, 616; afraid of offending Lesdiguires, 532.
-, Spain wishes to discover intentions, 540; Venetian reply to, about Mansfelt, 542.
-, proposed league for Valtelline, 547; instigates Swiss Protestants, 549.
-, reassured about Mansfelt, 560, 561; Lesdiguires promises to move France against Spain, 561.
-, indifferent about Valtelline, 572; decision forced on, 573; Lesdiguires will act with, 574.
-, view of proper course for James, 576; Geneva suspicious of, 584; proposed alliance with Dutch, 584, 603.
-, James laughs at proposal about Mansfelt, 596; low people discuss projects, 602.
-, wants to treat with Pesaro about Mansfelt, 612; would be concerned if Spaniards engaged in Italy, 616.
Charles, Infant of Spain:
-, proposed marriage to Henrietta Maria. 296.
Charles, brother of the Emperor Ferdinand, bishop of Breslau:
-, owes fealty to Palatine, 247.
Charles Louis, son of Palatine:
-, regent of the Lower Palatinate, 40; at Heidelberg, 198.
Charles IV, the emperor, 149.
Charles V, the emperor, body transferred to Escurial, 232.
Charlton, co. Wilts:
-, James at, 354n.
Chartres [Eure et Loire, France]:
-, despatches dated from, 21.
Chates, Thomas, English mercenary, 131.
-, cheese, Piacentine, 82.
Chem, Anfrido, English mercenary, 130.
Cherbi, Thomas, English mercenary, 131.
Cherchari, Stephen, English mercenary, 131.
Cheri. See Carew.
Cheru, Eric, English mercenary, 131.
Chiavenna [Prov. Sondrio, Italy]:
-, Grisons assemble at, 345; Swiss bands reach, 389; rebels occupy, 399.
Chier, Thomas, English mercenary, rewarded, 193.
Chiesle, Zuanne, English mercenary, 131.
Chigs, Richard, English mercenary, 130.
Chili, John, English mercenary, 132.
Chin, Robert, English mercenary, 130.
China, silk, 280.
Chir, William, English mercenary, 133.
Chiusa Forte, la Chiusa [Prov. Udine, Italy], 127.
-, -, castellan of. See Sanudo, Andrea.
-, -, letters from, 50.
Chrifen, James, English mercenary, 130.
Christian IV, king of Denmark:
-, not considered suitable for Bohemia, 6; ready to help Palatine, 211, 223, 418; James asks for loan for Frederick, 237; England uses to help Palatine, 249, 259; member of the Garter, 250.
-, James's confidential relations with, 254; will help Bohemians, 259.
-, offers loans for Palatine, 276; blames Saxony, 285; relied on to maintain troops in Palatinate, 292.
-, James arranges accommodation for, 352; reported arrival in England, 373.
-, grants loans to Palatine, 394, 419, 423; English levies granted to, 438.
-, an elected king, 461; styles Gondomar Excellency, 466; not inclined to help Union, 515.
-, Willoughby's service to, 552; Anstruther sent to, 566; Anstruther will ask, to help Germany, 567.
-, Palatine going to, for help, 578; proposed meeting at Segeberg, 600; Palatine gets help from, 616.
-, -, -, son of. See Frederick.
Christian, prince of Anhalt, margrave of Anhalt:
-, breaks promises to Savoy, 16, 20; asking for munitions of war, 139; intrigues of Savoy with, 232; Savoy informs, of passage of Spanish troops, 261.
-, -, -, Christian, son of:
-, levies troops in empire, 193; defeats Bucquoi, 236n.
Christian, duke of Luneburg:
-, dispute with Hamburg, 237.
Christiana, island, Cyclades:
-, Venetian fleet defeats Ribera near, 273, 287.
Christina, princess of France, Madame de Piedmont, 535.
-, journey to Savoy, 28; marriage of, 211.
Chur, Coire [canton Grisons, Switzerland]:
-, demand of bishopric of, for Leopold, 448.
Church of England:
-, suggestion that members of parliament must belong to, 472.
Ciavalischi, il. See Sciavalischi.
Ciria, Cerizza, Juan de, Spanish secretary:
-, asks Aston about alliance between Venice and Dutch, 232; astonished, 233.
Ciuran, Antonio, proveditore of the Venetian fleet, 72.
-, leaves Zara, 106; removes English from Zara, 248, 252; leaves Zara with English, 288.
-, -, despatches of, 244, 248.
Clement VIII, pope, 9.
-, clergy of England:
-, ready to contribute to Palatine, 206; commission to obtain loan, 211, 229; James encourages idea, 216; negotiations continue, 221; money paid by, 229.
-, subsidy for Palatine, 248; grant subsidies to James, 618.
Cleves [Prov. Rhenish Prussia, Germany], 494.
-, Wotton's negotiations about, 284; deputies of, plead for Sticke, 361.
Cliante, Liberate, English mercenary, 131.
Clin, Richard, English mercenary, 131.
Clobes, Edward, English mercenary, 132.
-, scarcity of money diminishes output, 603.
-, customs of, in London, 225
Coblenz, Confienza [Prov. Rhenish Prussia, Germany]:
-, Spinola marching towards, 375; English cross Rhine at, 426.
-, cochineal, 280.
Cockayne, Sir William, lord mayor of London:
-, Dohna asks, for loan to Palatine, 205, 206; calls meetings about loan, 211; accompanies king to preaching at St. Pauls, 229; James incites about loan, 230; decision about loan, 235; proceedings in Star Chamber against, 378.
-, -, -, ex-lord Mayor, 474.
Coeuvres, marquis of See Estres, Hannibal d'.
Coire. See Chur.
Coke, Sir Edward:
-, dispute with Calvert over Catholics, 577.
Colchester, co Essex, 125.
Collini, Ludovico, Venetian Governor of the customs, 56.
Clln, John de, ambassador of Bohemia to Turkey:
-, entry into Constantinople, 483; attends Silesian ambassador's funeral, 505.
Colmen, Rogiaco, English mercenary, 130.
-, Doncaster at, 39; Lando writes from, 52; Dutch cavalry scour confines of, 160.
-, -, archbishop elector of. See Ferdinand of Bavaria.
Colombo, Prospero, 403, 404.
Colonna, Prospero, attack of Spaniards on, at Venice, 397.
colony, North to found on Amazon, 606.
Combe, co. Warwick, 349n.
comedies, James goes nightly to See, 47.
comedy, performed by prince's comedians, disturbs James, 111.
-, played before king at Salisbury, 390.
Comin, Secretary, 539.
Cominzuolo, Comino, a lawyer, 419.
commissioners. See ambassadors.
Commons, House of, Lower House:
-, spirit of, in parliament of 1621, 578; James on duties of, 580, 582.
-, -, -, See also parliament.
Como, Lake, Italy:
-, Valtelline rebels supported from, 333.
Compigne [Oise, France]:
-, Louis at, 36.
Compton, William, earl of Northampton:
-, plays in comedy before king, 390n.
-, -, Spencer, lord:
-, played in comedy before king, 390n.
Cond, prince of. See Bourbon-Cond, Henry of.
Condes, secretary of the embassy, 437.
Confessor of Louis XII. See Arnoux, Jacques.
-, - of Philip III. See Aliaga, Luis.
-, - of Gondomar. See Lafuente.
Confienza. See Coblenz.
Constable, Sir Henry:
-, made Viscount Dunbar, 562n.
Constant Reformation. See Ships, names of.
Constantinople, 1, 15, 19, 25, 47, 63, 86, 153, 183, 195, 207, 271, 296298, 303, 305, 375, 435.
-, treaty with pirates at, 31; Eyre reaches, 97: Osuna's mission to, 172; Englishmen at, with slaves, 505.
-, James writes to, 224, 234, 402, 415.
-, Venetians in trouble at, 227; reported arrest of Venetian ships at, 234; Venetian troubles at, 242, 251, 256, 289, 293, 294, 301, 304, 312, 326, 329, 338, 346, 435.
-, news from, 270, 286, 353, 364; letters dated from, 336.
-, Venetian instructions sent to representatives at, 35, 39, 46, 48, 55, 60, 64, 71, 86, 95, 104, 111, 138, 147, 156, 165, 173, 178, 183, 192, 193, 195, 200, 208, 215, 225, 253, 294, 448.
-, objections of Turkey merchants to, 512n.
contador general, Milan. See Aissan, Don Juan.
Contarini, Anzolo, Venetian Ambassador in France, 248, 375, 408, 524, 613.
-, despatches of, 12, 20, 31, 33, 36, 52, 67, 86, 190, 201, 217, 233, 240, 241, 289, 296, 396, 419, 427, 456, 469, 498, 499, 505, 512, 513, 533, 559, 591, 601.
-, instructions to, 333.
-, communicates with Lando, 269; with Surian, 478; report about Grisons, 506; See s Du Vair, 512, 513; See s Jeannin, 591.
-, -, Bertucci, Venetian lieutenant of Udine, 73, 88, 96, 127.
-, despatches of, 49, 54, 61.
-, letters to, 50.
-, instructions to, 51, 52.
-, -, the Proveditore, 622.
-, -, Piero, Venetian Ambassador in Spain:
-, despatches of, 15, 20, 30, 48, 62, 73, 97, 158, 189, 194, 216, 232, 278, 337, 426, 446, 447, 449, 468, 486, 503, 522.
-, instructions to, 60, 64.
-, money paid to Peyton, 365.
-, -, Simone, Venetian Ambassador at Rome, 17, 79.
Conte, Lieutenant Thomas, English mercenary, 131.
Convertine. See Ships, names of.
Conway, Cornuals, Cornuuals, Sir Edward, English ambassador extraordinary to Germany:
-, embassy to Germany decided, 296; commissions altered, 309; gone, 330.
-, received at Marimont by archduke, 348, 353, 367; proceeding to Cologne, 368.
-, reply to, 371, 374; instructions about Palatinate, 377; takes leave of Gondomar, 437.
-, Wotton tells of negotiations with emperor, 424; at Hamburg, 510; recalled, 536.
-, appointed provisionally to council of war, 543n; at Hague, 573; honours to, 584.
-, back in England, 603.
Copletis, secretary, ? Conway, 80.
Corfu, island, 45.
-, despatches dated from, 10, 26, 36.
-, troops sent to, 72, 88, 147.
-, Eyre at, 97.
-, Turkish and Venetian fleets meet off, 403n.
Cork, earl of. See Boyle, Richard.
cormorants, reared by a Fleming, 137.
corn, transport of, 616.
Cornelius, pirate captain, 280.
Corner, Alvise, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, 611.
-, despatches, 548, 561, 569, 583, 592, 621.
Corner, Francesco, Savio alla Mercanzia, 404.
Cornuals, Cornuuals. See Conway.
Cors, Richard, English mercenary, 130.
Corsairs. See Pirates.
-, helping emperor, 247; trouble Turks, 334.
Costa, Pier Francesco, bishop of Savona, papal nuncio in Savoy:
-, duke complains to, 233.
Cotrone [Prov. Calabria, Italy], 215.
Cottington, Francis, English resident in Spain:
-, told of James's advice to Palatine, 20; goes to audience about Germany, 30, 48, 49, 62.
-, reports Gondomar started, 176; promises Spain James will not move, 291.
cotton wool, 410.
Council, the privy, 139, 275, 311.
-, to meet on Bohemian question, 6; meeting postponed, 14; meets on Bohemian question, 18.
-, think Marioni too hard on Donato, 29; well disposed to Bohemians and Palatine, 34.
-, Donato visits lords of, 64; majority want to help Palatine, 92: to deal with Donato, 113, 122, 125.
-, Hay relates experiences to, 127; meets about Donato, 134; declares for Palatine, 135; banishes Donato from Court, 139141.
-, constitution of, 140; Donato and Marioni before, 162; do not know what king will do about Bohemia, 168; try to dissuade Charles from tilting, 190.
-, commissioners on glass chosen from, 212; do not understand king's actions, 222.
-, doubtful if James tells of all negotiations with Gondomar, 231; commissioners from, to examine the marriage affair, 238, 250.
-, Gondomar protests to, against North's departure, 239.
-, members interested in North's venture, 263; Lake may be employed in, 267.
-, matter of fleet against pirates not laid before, 299; proposes to stop exportation of ordnance, 318.
-, James will not take advice about peace and war, 424; issue open declaration for Palatinate, 428.
-, Charles does much to influence about Palatinate, 431.
-, lengthy discussions about finding funds, 433; granting of levies discussed in, 438.
-, to discuss calling of parliament, 440, 458; promise money to king, 441, 458, 491; told of Turks arming, 442.
-, exonerates Spaniards about invasion of Palatinate, 452.
-, forbids exportation of unworked wool, 460.
-, James informs of negotiations about Palatinate, 461.
-, decision to convoke parliament, 471; guests at Lord Mayor's banquet, 474.
-, Venetian appeal to, 495; afford special protection to Gondomar, 501; remove guard, 501, 502.
-, Levant company appeals to, against Eyre, 512; does not dare give king opinion, 516.
-, James spends less time with, than with Gondomar, 517; nominates Council of War, 543n.
-, calls Dohna to account, 544; king's statement of policy before, 545.
-, owners of Gran Zaffiro appeal to, 555; Dutch commissioners lay proposals before, 569, 579; reply, 590, 591.
-, doubtful about coining money, 582; James does not take into confidence, 598.
-, ask Dutch commissioners about truce, 604; Dutch ambassadors submit papers to, 617.
-, mock at Mansell's fleet, 618.
-, -, clerk of. See Edmondes, Clement.
Council of War:
-, suggested formation, 517; to arrange provisions for war, 522, 571; not settled, 535; constitution of, 543.
-, calculates cost of force for Palatinate, 563; difficulties raised by, 588.
Coure, Marquis of. See Estres, Hannibal d'.
-, reported interception of and murder, 500.
-, - See Balan, Henry; Basso; Bosis; Dado, Gabriel; Johnson; Riva; Zacharia.
Coventry, Sir Thomas:
-, made Attorney General, 562n.
Cranfield, Grantfil, Sir Lionel:
-, buys some of Donato's goods, 91.
-, Master of the Wards:
-, attends Council about Donato, 140.
Crema [Prov. Cremona, Italy]:
-, Spanish designs on, 588.
Cremona [Prov. Cremona, Italy]:
-, Spain inclined to give to Mantua, 99.
Cres, island near Marseilles, pirate near, 33.
Crete, Candia, island:
-, Gozzi of, 11.
-, mercenaries have leave to go to, 36; Moncassin killed at, 180n; Turks reported to threaten, 234; defeat of Ribera near, 273, 287, 316n, 329; Ribera ravages, 327.
-, building of galleys at, 529.
-, -, Proveditore of. See Venier, Marc Antonio.
-, despatch from, 529.
Creutznach. See Kreuznach.
Croatia, Austria, general of, 208.
Cromwell, Thomas lord:
-, plays in comedy before king, 390n.
Crunini, papal nuncio in Spain:
-, watches English marriage negotiations, 337.
Crystals, i.e. flint glass, 82.
Cueva, Alonso de, marquis of Bedmar, Belmar, Spanish ambassador in Flanders:
-, Lazari wishes to See, 407; brother goes to, 419.
-, -, Francesco Fernandez della, duke of Alburquerque, duke of Alburqueque, Spanish ambassador at Rome:
-, Filiberto to confer with, 35; dispute with Soranzo, 183, 224, 251.
-, -, Don Juan de la, ambassador extraordinary of Spain to France, 419.
currants. See raisins.
Curt, Joseph, English mercenary, 133.
Curzola, island Dalmatia, 245.
-, troops at, 88.
Cstrin in the Neumark, Brandenburg, Germany, Custria, 560.
-, Queen of Bohemia takes refuge at, 517, 523; Frederick at, Maurice born, 554.
Cyprus, island: 11.