Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 17, 1621-1623. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.
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Abarden. See Aberdeen.
Abbas the Great, King of Persia:
-, may create diversion for Turks, 89; capture of Ormuz, 376, 466, 545; Spaniards propose agreement with, 639.
Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury:
-, Lando toasts, 98; Watson, spy of, 101; kills Hawkins. 106; provision for Hawkins's family, 107.
-, Williams and Laud will not be consecrated by, 137; commissioners for case of, 154.
-, James exonerates, 168; Lando to cultivate, 193, 229; influence not great with king, 229.
-, examines Dominis, 232, 289; wants James to punish Dominis, 268.
-, to forbid preachers to attack Catholic faith, 397, 403, 465.
Aberdeen, Abarden in Scotland, 365n.
Adinton. See Ramsay, James, viscount Haddington.
Admiral, the Lord High. See Villiers, George, Marquis of Buckingham.
-, -, the Vice. See Mervin, Sir Henry.
-, Spanish influence with, through bribery, 122.
Adolphus, Duke of Holstein Gottorp, Duke of Holstein:
-, plate and money captured, 472.
Adrianople [Prov. Rumelia, Turkey in Europe]:
-, Sultan collects army at, 89; Eyre stopped going to, 183.
Adriatic, Gulf of Venice, the Gulf: 25, 263, 367, 384.
-, Venice fears invasion of waters, 78; Bedmar's plot against some place in, 128.
-, Feria wants Filiberto to enter, 170, 174; Elliot wants Spaniards to enter, 277.
Adventure, See Ships, names of.
Aerssens, Francis, lord of Sommelsdijk:
-, letter of Caron to, about parliament, 73.
-, commissioner to England':
-, tries to evade appointment, 139141, 159; Carleton assures of success, 141; ill, 146.
-, returns to Hague, 164; departure hastened, 170; starts, 173; Tillires not to visit, 197.
-, objectionable to France, 247, 556, 561; proposal to recall and send to Venice, 326.
-, hopes to finish soon, 361; suggests Venice joining West India agreement, 465.
-, reports James declared war on emperor, 479.
-, -, -, son of, made gentleman of Bed Chamber, 568.
Aga. See Turkey, officials cf.
Agents. See Ambassadors.
Aghino. See Hagenau
Aigues Mortes [Gard, France]:
-, despatch from, 394.
Aiguillon [Lot et Garonne, France]:
-, letters from, 339n.
Aitona. See Aytona.
Alard, Esprit, M. d' Esplan, Desplan:
-, negotiates for general accomodation, 125.
-, Elliott surveys coast, 277.
Albaula. See London, Whitehall.
Alberstat. See Christian of Brunswich Wolffenbuttel.
Albert, Archduke of Austria, the archduke:
-, has gout, 4; may make proposals to Dutch, 9; James awaits reply, 26; answer to Digby, 28.
-, letters to Spain made useless by Philip's death, 36; truce comprises, 48; prolongs truce 61.
-, English levies for, 80; Philip asks to interpose with emperor, 81.
-, Digby arranged extension of truce with, 84; death, 86, 103.
-, Philip leaves question of Dutch truce to, 95; condolences on death, 113, 145.
-, death affects Valtelline question, 114.
-, -, confessor of. See Bricuelas.
Albert, Charles d', Duke of Luynes, constable of France, the constable:
-, quarrel with Herbert, 72, 73, 82, 545; moved by Doncaster's threats about Huguenots, 125.
-, incensed at delay in restoring Valtelline, 135; death, 179n, 195; James rails against, 537.
-, -, Honor d'. Marquis of Cadenet, marshal of France:
-, James complains that no reply from, 43. 52; Doncaster going as reply to mission, 87.
Albis, secretary of Olivares, 618.
Alburquerque, Duke of. See Cueva, Francesco Fernandez della.
Ale. See Hawley.
-, silk trade of, 311.
-, Emir of, 311.
-, news from, 376, 483.
Alexander the Great, 416.
Alexander I, King of Scotland:
-, recovers Orkneys, 458.
Alexandria, Egypt: 285, 498.
-, Vella Carica of, 285.
-, -, patriarch of. See Sangro, Alessandro di.
Alfonso, Don, to be governor of Palatinate, 579.
-, damage done by Mansell at, 93, 94; reported Dutch agreement with, 230, 270.
-, reported alliance of Venice with, 248; plan made of, 263; English slaves at, 337, 393.
-, proposed fleet against, 342; Turks offer to restrain pirates, 348.
-, mission of Pinnacher to, 369, 370, 378; designs on Ma'amura, 385.
-, pirates inflict severe losses on English, 393; ravages of plague at, 421, 471, 472.
-, Roe's arrangements with pirates, 594.
-, -, Vice Admiral of, 422.
-, -, fleet. See fleet, the Algiers.
Ali, Tschlebi, Grand Vizier of Turkey:
-, death reported, 18.
Aliaga, Luis, confessor of Philip III: fall of. 45.
Alicante [Prov. Valencia, Spain]:
-, Roper meets Algier's fleet at, 59n.
Alli, baron d'. See Hpital.
Almanac fortelling Charles's journey, 592.
-, Milanese force sent to, 193, 202, 223; Mansfelt attacks, 194, 200, 201; Mansfelt gone to, 276, 375
-, troops going to, 315, 341; Palatine's forces in, 372.
Althan, Altaun, Count of. See Michael Adolphus.
Amazon, River, Amazons:
-, expedition of North to, 425.
-, James insists upon respect for, 31.
-, presents to, 32, 37, 305, 329, 332, 362364, 464.
-, grounds for complaint in London, 35.
-, pretensions of Onate in Germany, 49, 50.
-, cost of, 61.
-, questions of precedence, 82, 212, 213, 217, 268.
-, payments and allowances to Venetian, 177, 196.
-, Catholics frequent chapels in England, 187.
-, immunity claimed for servants, 263, 271.
-, question of title, 307, 308, 320, 366, 396, 535, 542.
-, James yields precedence to French, 425; cost to James, 437.
-, -, ordinary and extraordinary, agents, commissioners, residents, secretaries, papal nuncios and plenipotentiaries:
-, Anhalt, in France, 598.
-, Bernese, in England. See Mayerne, Theodore (agent).
-, Bohemian, in England and the Netherlands. See Dohna, Baron Achatius von.
-, Danish, to the Emperor. See Bogwisch, Siegfried.
-, Danish, to England, 215. See also Sinclair, Jonas.
-, Danish, in Germany, 56, 71.
-, Danish, in the Netherlands.
-, See Ulefeldt, Jacob.
-, Danish, in Spain, 233.
-, Dutch, to Barbary pirates. See Pijnacker, Cornelius.
-, Dutch, to Denmark. See Camerarius, Dr.
-, Dutch, in England. See Caron, Noel (ordinary); Aerssens, Francis; Bas, Dirck; Tuyll, Hendrik van (commissioners).
-, Dutch, in France. See Boetzelaer, Gideon van, lord of Langerach (ordinary); commissioners, 62.
-, Dutch, at Porte. See Haagen, Cornelius.
-, Dutch, at Venice. See Berck, John.
-, English, to Denmark. See Anstruther, Robert.
-, English, to Flanders. See Chaworth, Sir George (extraordinary); Digby, Lord (extraordinary); Trumbull, William (agent); Weston, Sir Richard (extraordinary).
-, English, to Florence. See Gage, George.
-, English, to France. See Hay, James, Viscount Doncaster and Earl of Carlisle (extraordinary); Herbert, Sir Edward (ordinary); Sackville, Sir Edward; Woodford, John (secretary).
-, English, to Germany. See Chichester, Arthur (extraordinary); Digby, Lord (extraordinary); Digby, Simon (agent).
-, English, to Great Mogul. See Roe, Sir Thomas.
-, English, to Muscovy. See Merrick, Sir John.
-, English, to Netherlands. See Carleton, Sir Dudley.
-, English, to Parma. See Gage, George.
-, English, to Porte. See Chapman, John (agent); Eyre, Sir John; Roe, Sir Thomas.
-, English, to Rome. See Gage, George.
-, English, in Savoy. See Wake, Sir Isaac.
-, English, in Spain. See Aston, Sir Walter (ordinary); Digby, Lord (extraordinary); Villiers, George Marquis of Buckingham (extraordinary).
-, English, to Swiss. See Mayerne. Theodore (agent).
-, English, at Venice. See Wotton, Sir Henry (ordinary); Monti. Gregorio di (secretary).
-, Flanders, to Dutch. See Peckius, Peter.
-, Flanders, in England. See Boischot, Ferdinand (extraordinary); Van Male (agent).
-, Florentine, in England. See Salvietti, Amerigo (agent).
-, Florentine, in Flanders. See Medici, Giuliano de.
-, Florentine, at Milan, 83.
-, Florentine, to Parma. See Antella (extraordinary).
-, Florentine, in Spain. See Medici, .
-, Florentine, at Venice, 298.
-, French, in England. See Leveneur, Tanneguy, Count of Tillieres.
-, French, in Flanders. See Pericard, Jean de, Sieur de Meridon.
-, French, in Germany. See Bar, Sieur de Baugy (agent).
-, French, in Grisons. See Gueffier, Emile; Montholon Guillaume de.
-, French, in Netherlands. See Du Maurier, Aubery.
-, French, at the Porte. See Harlay, Philip de, Count of Cesy.
-, French, at Rome. See Brulart, Noel, Commandeur Sillery; Estree, Hannibal d', Marquis of Coeuvres (extraordinary); Simon, Denis, M. de Marquemont.
-, French, in Savoy. See Marini, Claudio (agent).
-, French, in Spain. See Angennes, Charles d' sieur du Fargis (ordinary); Bassompierre, Francis de (extraordinary).
-, French, to Swiss. See Miron, Robert.
-, French, at Venice. See Villiers, Courtin de (ordinary); Mazi (secretary).
-, Imperial, to England. See Schwartzberg, George Lewis, Count of (extraordinary).
-, Imperial, to Rome. See Savelli, Prince.
-, Imperial, to Spain. See Khevenhuller, Count Francis Christopher.
-, Liegois, to Dutch. See Grusbech, Sieur de.
-, Milanese, to Swiss. See Visconti.
-, Muscovite, to England. See Simonwitz, Thomas.
-, Palatinate, to England. See Nethersole, Sir Francis (secretary); Pauel, Andreas; Schomberg; Williams, Abraham (secretary).
-, Palatinate, to Venice. See Teichenau, Henry de.
-, Papal Nuncio, in Flanders. See Guidi, Giovanni Francesco, Archbishop of Patras.
-, Papal Nuncio, at Florence, 242.
-, Papal Nuncio, in France. See Corsini, Ottavio, Bishop of Tarse.
-, Papal Nuncio, in Germany. See Carafa, Charles, Bishop of Aversa.
-, Papal Nuncio, at Milan. See Scappi, Alessandro.
-, Papal Nunico, in Spain. See Massimi, Innocenzio, Bishop of Bertinoro; Sangro, Alessandro di, Patriarch of Alexandria, and Archbishop of Benevento.
-, Panal Nuncio, at Venice. See Zacchia, Laudivio, Bishop of Montefiascone and Corneto.
-, Persian, in Europe. See Shirley, Sir Robert.
-, Polish, in England. See Osalinskie.
-, Polish, in Spain, 474, 484, 511, 587.
-, Polish, at Venice. See Starzinich Nicholas.
-, Savoyard, in England. See Gabaleone, Giovanni Battista (ordinary); Biondi, Giovanni Francesco (agent).
-, Savoyard, in France. See Scaglia, Agostino Manfredo, Count of Verua.
-, Savoyard, in Spain. See Germonius, Anastasius, Archbishop of Tarantasia.
-, Savoyard, at Venice. See Lanz, Marquis of; Piscina Giovanni Giacomo.
-, Spanish, in England. See Coloma, Carlos (ordinary); Mendoza, Juan de, Marquis of Hinojosa (extraordinary); Sarmiento, Diego d'Acuna, Count of Gondomar(ordinary).
-, Spanish, in Flanders. See Cueva, Alfonso de, Marquis of Bedmar.
-, Spanish, to Florence. See Monterey, Count of.
-, Spanish, in France. See Toledo yDavila, Antonio de, Marquis of Mirabel.
-, Spanish, in Germany. See Gravora, Ninigo de, Count of Onate; Sexalvo de Galitia, Marquis of.
-, Spanish, in Grisons. See Casati, Girolamo.
-, Spanish, at Rome. See Cueva, Francesco, Fernandez della, Duke of Alburquerque (ordinary); Gomez, Roderigo, de Silva y Mendoza, Duke of Pastrana; Lafuente Diego (agent); Monterey, Count of (extraordinary).
-, Spanish, at Venice. See Bravo, Luis.
-, Tuscan. See Florentine.
-, Venetian, at Constantinople, See Giustinian, Zorzi.
-, Venetian, in England. See Barbarigo, Gregorio; Contarini, Alvise; Contarini, Piero; Dolce, Piero (secretary); Donato, Antonio; Foscarini, Antonio; Lando, Girolamo; Marioni, Pier Antonio (secretary); Molin, Nicolo; Valaresso, Alvise; Zon, Pier Antonio (secretary).
-, Venetian, in Flanders. See Pasini, Giovanni Battista (subordinate agent).
-, Venetian, at Florence. See Antelmi, Valerio (secretary); Trivisano, Giovanni Francesco (secretary).
-, Venetian, in France. See Contarini, Anzolo; Pesaro. Zuanne; Priuli, Girolamo.
-, Venetian, in Germany. See Antelmi, Valerio (secretary); Gritti, Piero (ordinary); Padavin, Marc Antonio (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Milan. See Trivisano, Giovanni Francesco (resident); Vendramin, Giacomo (resident).
-, Venetian at Naples. See Spinelli, Gasparo (resident); Vico, Piero.
-, Venetian, in Netherlands. See Surian,Christofforo (resident).
-, Venetian, at Rome. See Zen, Ranier.
-, Venetian, in Savoy. See Morosini, Marc Antonio; Pesaro, Zuanne; Priuli, Girolamo.
-, Venetian, in Spain. See Contarini, Simon; Corner, Alvise; Soranzo, Girolamo (extraordinary).
-, Venetian, with the Swiss. See Lionello, Giovanni Battista (resident); Scaramelli, Moderante (secretary).
Amberg, Amberga, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany:
-, Duke of Bavaria takes, 145.
-, Spanish wish English to renounce, 261.
Amsterdam [Prov. North Holland Netherlands], 66, 144, 333, 463, 563.
-, news from, 21, 164.
-, Frederick and Elizabeth go to, 62.
-, merchants of, alarmed at James's action, 105.
-, proposal to pawn royal jewels at, 143, 148, 172.
-, ships building at, for Rochelle, 222; goods for, 290; ships of, take troops to Rochelle, 294.
-, glass work at, 309.
-, -, deputy burgomaster of. See Bas, Dirck.
Amurath. See Murad.
Ancre, Marquis of. See Concini.
Andreis, physician of Charles:
-, sent to Rome, 641.
Andrews, Launcelot, Bishop of Winchester:
-, commissioner on Abbot's case, 154n; deputed to examine Dominis, 232.
-, James commends learning. 262; on commission for grievances, 577.
Angelo, musician of Prince Charles, 558n.
Angennes, Charles d', Sieur du Fargis, French ambassador in Spain:
-, says Spain denies helping Huguenots, 182; objects to referring Valtelline. negotiations to Rome, 268; demands speedy decision, 269.
-, assists new agreement with Grisons, 359; speaks of Henrietta marrying emperor's son, 612.
-, speaks for deposit with pope, 636; remarks on deposit, 643, 644.
Anglesea, Mona, island, 430.
Anglican religion. See Church of England.
-, troops of, 318.
-, agent of, in France, 598.
-, -, Prince of. See Christian II. of Anhalt Bernberg.
-, -, Princess of. See Eleanora Sophia.
Anne of Austria, Queen of France, 158.
-, at Paris, 349; Charles sees at masque, 585; does not wish Henrietta to marry Tuscany, 597.
Anne of Denmark, Queen of England, 458.
-, secret jewels of, 90n; friendship with Infanta Isabella, 281; house of, 287.
-, brought little dowry, 436; much to do with Charles's education, 453, 587.
-, James went to Denmark for, 575.
Anspach, margrave of. See Joachim Ernest.
Anstruther, Sir Robert, English ambassador in Denmark:
-, tries to get loan from Denmark for Palatine, 70; unsuccessful, 79.
-, returns home, 92.
Antella, Cavalier dell', ambassador extraordinary of Tuscany to Parma, 464.
Antelmi, Antonio, secretary of the Collegio, 11, 312.
-, reports interview with Wotton, 7, 8.
-, -, Valerio, Venetian Resident in Germany, 17.
-, Venetian Secretary at Florence: despatches, 409, 482, 566, 612, 637, 643.
Antelminelli, Alessandro. See Salvietti.
-, -, Bernardino, 98n.
Antelope. See Ships, names of. Antonini, Alfonso, 101.
Antwerp [Belgium], 111, 128, 172, 549.
-, Digby at, 16.
-, news from, 112.
-, master of the posts, 321.
-, Spaniards cannot raise loan in, 378; money sent to, 382; Spinola gets supplies from, 462; letter opened at, 565.
-, -, castellan of. See Borgia, Don Innico.
-, punished for insulting Gondomar, 20, 31; mob Dominis. 310.
Apulia, Italy, 431.
-, treaty about Grisons signed at, 359n; Philip takes Charles to, 639.
Arbort. See Herbert.
Archduchess. See Isabella Clara Eugenia; Maria Magdalena of Austria.
Archdukes. See Albert, Archduke of Austria; Leopold.
-, proposed reprisals against Turks in, 337; merchants do not want reprisals in. 342.
Aresi, President, 78.
Argyle, Earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.
Ariscot. See Boischot.
Arles [Bouches du Rhone, France]: despatch dated from, 488.
-, disturbances over, at Rotterdam 128; Spaniards hope will revolt. 134; plot against Orange, 593n.
-, review of, 288.
Arnheim [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, Elizabeth at, 21.
Arostegny, Antonio de, Spanish Secretary of State:
-, on Junta for marriage, 482n.
Arras, tapestries, 436.
-, presented to Doncaster, 362.
Artillery. See Guns.
Arundel, Countess of. See Howard, Alethea.
-, -, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas.
Aschaffenburg, Aschenburg [Bavaria], 352.
Assurance. See Ships, names of.
Aston, Sir Walter, English ambassador in Spain, 361n, 374, 500n, 638.
-, reports death of Philip III, 19; makes fresh representations about Valtelline, 26.
-, Cirica tells Valtelline to be restored, 46; denies story of Philip III and Infanta, 72.
-, reports money sent to Flanders, 105; reports Philip urges restitution on emperor, 127.
-, says Infanta promised to emperor's son, 132; reports queen's miscarriage, 133n.
-, despatch quoted, 151n, 620n; to insist on promise to withdraw help from emperor, 166.
-, strong representations for Palatine, 213, 214; courier from, 248, 260.
-, to get promise from king, 280; calls on Venetian ambassador, 323.
-, remonstrates about Heidelberg, 482; mentions Gage's mission, 492.
-, seldom at meetings of marriage Junta, 497; communication to Wotton, 531.
-, replies about Ormuz, 545; views on marriage, 628, 629.
-, -, Sir , 148.
Atalanta's apple, 411.
Attorney General, 187.
-, -, See Yelverton, Sir Henry.
Aubigny [Cher, France], 585, 586.
-, -, Madame d'. See Stuart, Margaret.
-, letter on Bordeaux affair, 336n.
-, news from, 164, 169, 528.
-, ordinary of, 207.
-, despatch from, 279; despatches intercepted at, 522, 523, 541, 543.
Augustus, Duke of Saxe Lauenburg: sent by Mansfelt to Hague, 532.
Auort, Walter, English galley slave released, 34.
Auredigratia. See Havre.
Austria, House of, 177, 274, 333, 360, 456, 522, 533, 579, 598, 602, 612, 631, 637.
-, truce would leave Germany to, 29; will forget injuries of Venice, 32.
-, James has no army to send against, 36; advantage of French dissensions to, 53.
-, Savoy refers to success, 58; owes much to James's forbearance, 61; Digby's mission will not divert, 64.
-, policy to keep England and France apart, 148; Feria means to establish in Grisons, 150.
-, Digby realises cunning, 159; success, 174; jealous of Bavaria, 180, 214; Tuscany helps, 195.
-, Palatinate may fall to, 204; delay will establish in Germany, 211; free way from Milan to sea, 218.
-, starts idea of league against heretics, 204, 242; dangers to, 248; Bernese appeal to James against, 249.
-, Frederick appeals to Venice against, 256; ascendancy, 283, 286, 523; proposed resistance, 287.
-, Venice keeps occupied, 313; book attacking, 319.
-, turning forces to Rhetia, 339; James never helped aggression against, 340.
-, pretend Palatine besought armistice, 348; Spain fond of activities, 353.
-, truce helpful to, 355, 357;
-, Hesse's representations against, 364; proposed truce with Palatine, 387.
-, impossible to keep soldiers in Germany against wishes of, 390.
-, more anxious for Palatinate than James's friendship, 410; mean to have whole of Palatinate, 414.
-, policy of James to, 429; scant respect for James, 467; ambitious, 474.
-, Bavaria dependent on, 508; harmony with Poland, 511; James unwilling to oppose, 521.
-, Bavaria to counterpoise, 551; Gabor causes anxiety, 581; against Bavaria, 597.
-, Mansfelt may have to come to terms with, 640.
-, Bavaria asked to recover, 615.
-, -, Archduchess of. See Isabella Clara Eugenia.
-, -, Archdukes of. See Albert, Archduke of Austria; Leopold.
-, -, Upper:
-, Bavaria to keep, 297; Bavaria to give up for Upper Palatinate and vote, 506, 528.
Aversa, Bishop of. See Carafa, Charles.
Avignon [Vaucluse, France]:
-, despatches dated from, 499, 505.
-, meeting of Louis and Savoy at, 514; negotiations for league at, 537, 543.
Axton, Robert, captain of the Hercules:
-, reports plague at Algiers, 421, 471.
Ayres. See Eyre.
Aytona, Aitona, Marquis of, 615.