Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 19, 1625-1626. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1913.
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Abbas the Great, Shah of Persia, 422.
-, sends ambassador to Charles, 335; sends thanks for action at Ormuz, 345; threatens Turkish army, 419; negotiations with English about silk, 502, 503.
Abbeville. See Varinires, Jean de, Marquis of Blainville.
Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury:
-, urges Charles to preserve faith, 3, 4; signs proclamation of Charles' accession, 4.
-, action about Hamilton's conversion, 6, 7.
-, incites Charles against Catholics, 52; information to Pesaro, 82.
-, opposed to dissolution of parliament, 147; orders to about Catholics withdrawn, 237.
-, duties at coronation, 311, 320; excommunicates Sir Robert Howard, 351.
-, urges supply in parliament, 357; Lord Maltravers and bride put in custody of, 358; considers them excommunicate, 361.
-, -, Sir Maurice, London merchant:
-, appeal against indigo duty, 309.
Abdy, Abdi, Anthony, London merchant:
-, appeal against indigo duty, 309.
Abuchors. See Bouchorst.
Achindi, Turkish Empire:
-, despatches dated at, 126, 150, 164, 173, 174, 187, 197.
Acmemet. See Diacmemet.
Acqui [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Savoy goes to, 83; Savoyard-French army at, 91.
-, Feria takes, 108, 119, 125.
Acquilla. See Ships, names of, Eagle.
Aden, Arabia, 279.
Adi, Ad, Ganez, Ganiz, Giani, Cadeleschier of Greece:
-, ambassadors at Porte propose to bribe, 388; gets Bairam Pasha to oppose Spanish negotiations, 401; Roe to see about Spanish negotiations, 419; ambassadors use to oppose Spanish truce, 439; tells Roe investiture of Gabor's wife resolved, 580.
Admiral, Lord High, of England. See Seymour, Thomas, lord of Sudley; Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham.
Admiral, Dutch. See Hautain; Hendries; Hermite; Lam; Nassau, William of; Real.
Admiral of France. See Montmorency, Henry, Duke of.
Admiral of the Narrow Seas. See Palmer, Sir Henry.
-, -, See also Vice-Admiral.
-, wrcck may pertain to, 71; parliament says not controlled by person of experience, 143.
-, dealing with arrested ships, 223, 244; ignorance of, 297; has St. Peter re-arrested, 340.
-, Cecil reports himself to, 353; promise release of goods of Faith, 365.
-, judge of. See Marten, Sir Henry.
-, Savoy sends to Sorbonne to be burned, 207.
Adolphus, younger brother of Duke of Holstein Gottorp, cadet Duke of Holstein:
-, in England, incog., going to Scotland, 386.
Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin:
-, to join Denmark with army, 214; supplies men to Denmark, 342; asks Charles to be godfather to son, 405, 428n.
Adriatic, the Gulf, 65, 518.
-, Ribera may attack Venice in, 48; Venetian interests in, 267.
Aerssens, Francis, Lord of Sommelsdijk, Semerdich, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England, 202.
-, chosen, 68; commissions to, 79; opinion about English fleet, 85.
-, arrives and pays respects to Charles, 99; Pesaro visits, 103; views of, commissioners to treat with, 104, 105.
-, reply about Mansfelt, 118; remains in London, 122; moves to Staines, 129.
-, not to conclude but to send reports, 133; Charles detains to negotiate league, 136.
-, keeps away from Court, 141; Bruneau alarmed by presence, 148; summoned to Southampton, 149.
-, agrees to abandon Germany as hopeless, 155; begins discussion with commissioners, 156.
-, Charles offers alliance to, 161; states plans of league, 165; requests of Venice, 166; will try and induce France to come in, 176.
-, presents to, departure, 177.
-, -, -, Dutch ambassador in France:
-, starts for France, 220.
-, Dutch wait to hear of offices, 235; asks for return of Dutch ships, 245; wanted to induce Buckingham to go to France, 264.
-, communicates English alliance to Berck, 306; says Spanish naval preparations feeble, 331; does not believe Buckingham will come, 332.
-, tells Scaglia of intercepted letter, 378.
Agents. See Ambassadors.
Agria. See Eger.
Agustini, Girolamo, secretary of the Ambassador Contarini in England, 588.
-, money voted for, 414; present to from States, 457.
-, goes to Amsterdam about pawning of English jewels, 288n.
Albania [Turkish Empire]:
-, troops of, 36; Venice orders levies from, 37.
Albenga [Prov. Genova, Italy]:
-, Prince Vittorio sent to relieve, 125.
Alberstadt, Alberstat. See Christian of Brunswick.
Albert V, Duke of Bavaria, daughter of. See Maria Renata.
Albert, Charles d', Duke of Luynes, 8.
-, Blainville follower of, 252; Richelieu follows maxims of, 482.
Alcala, Duke of, 36, 39.
-, Spanish ambassador at Rome, treats with Megalotti about Valtelline, 519.
Aldelburgh. See Havelberg.
Alenon, Duke of. See Francis of France.
Aleppo, Syria, 362.
-, question of consulage at, 173175, 187, 218, 221, 224, 254, 260, 265, 277, 281, 286, 296, 307, 315, 323, 437, 438, 524, 536.
-, goods taken to Constantinople which used to be brought to, 280.
-, Venetian merchants take Dutch ships for, 224; Venetian galeasses leave for Porte, 401.
-, designs of Persia against, 503.
-, Cadi of, 173175, 216, 261, 437.
-, Emirs of, 216, 224.
-, English consul at. See Kirkham.
-, Flemish consul at, 437, 438.
-, French consul at, 175, 211, 321, 438.
-, Venetian consul at. See Pesaro, Alvise daa.
-, Venetian merchants at, 173, 174.
Alessandria [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Feria threatens, 32, 45, 48; bickering with Asti, 36.
-, Feria sends force from, 90; Genoese surprised at retreat from, 91.
-, Vice-governor of, 409.
Alexandretta, Iskanderun, Schienderona, Schenderona, Scanderona, Syria, 164.
-, Venetian hires English ship for, 174, 266; Flemish ships at, 388.
-, Aga of takes advantage of disputes between consuls, 224.
-, Chiaus from, in England, 14, 29; release of English slaves at, 24, 29.
-, Moors of propose to attack Andalusia, 227.
-, pirates of, 279.
-, arming to raid Zante and Crete, 470; hinder Dutch mastery at sea, 609.
Aligre, Etienne d', chancellor of France, 361.
-, fall expected, 14; remains at Paris, 68; English merchants to appear before, 263.
-, English ambassadors going to, to hear what decided about Germany, 371.
-, -, -, Sieur de la Rivire, French ambassador at Venice:
-, imparts alliance with England, 73, 80; Venetian office with, 87.
-, outrages against at Venice, 124; asks Venice to send reinforcements to Valtelline, 135.
-, cook arrested, 205; released, 206; considers Charles ill advised, 346, 347.
-, assurances to Venice about treaty of Monzon, 373.
-, -, -, wife of:
-, outrage against at Venice, 124.
Aller, Alre, River, Germany, 151.
-, free export from Venice, 413.
Almoner, the king's. See Montagu, Richard.
Alre. See Aller.
Alsace, German Empire:
-, Spaniards raise troops in, 100; France does not make diversion in, 185; Rusdorf wants diversion in, 191, 243.
-, proposed diversion in, 342, 343, 352, 442, 484.
-, Venetian ambassadors travel through, 434; Baden offers to make diversion in, 540, 567, 570.
Altdorf [Canton Uri, Switzerland], 423.
Alva, Duke of. See Toledo, Antonia Alvares de.
Amalia, wife of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange, the Princess of Orange:
-, negotiations with, 480.
-, precedence of, 23, 109, 429.
-, gifts to, 34, 51, 82, 93, 118, 129, 137, 177, 232, 254, 283, 288, 393, 397, 403, 404, 418, 420, 439, 457, 493, 494, 544, 571, 575, 583.
-, payments to Venetian extraordinary, 40, 67, 376.
-, payments to Venetian ordinary, 102, 372.
-, indemnity of, 205, 206; example for arresting, 328.
-, France will not defray in future, 254.
-, invited to coronation, 321.
Ambassadors, ordinary and extraordinary, agents, bailo, commissioners, consuls, legates, nuncios and plenipotentiaries, residents, secretaries:
-, Baden, to England and France. See Bonica (Ponikau).
-, Bavarian, at Brussels, 433, 474.
-, Brandenburg, to England. See Merode, Floris a.
-, Danish, to England. See Below, William de; Rosencrantz, Pallas (extraordinary); Zobel, John.
-, Danish, to France. See Vinsing, Laurence.
-, Danish, to Netherlands. See Thomassen, Christian; Ulefelt, James.
-, Dutch, to Denmark. See Fonsberg.
-, Dutch, to England. See Aerssens, Francis (extraordinary); Burmania, R. van (extraordinary); Joachim, Albert.
-, Dutch, in France. See Aerssens (extraordinary); Boetzelaer, Gideon van, Lord of Langerach.
-, Dutch, at Porte. See Haagen, Cornelius van.
-, Dutch, with Swiss. See Brederode, Peter van (agent).
-, Dutch, at Venice. See Berck, John.
-, English, at Aleppo. See Kirkham, Edward (consul).
-, English, to Denmark. See Anstruther.
-, English, to Flanders. See Trumbull, William (agent).
-, English, to France. See Barrett, Sir Edward; Carleton, Sir Dudley (extraordinary); Clarke, Edward; Hay, James, Earl of Carlisle (extraordinary); Rich, Henry, Earl of Holland (extraordinary); Vic, Henry de (agent); Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham (extraordinary).
-, English, to Morocco. See Harrison, John.
-, English, to the Netherlands. See Carleton, Sir Dudley; Carleton, Dudley, jun. and John (secretaries); Killigrew, Sir Robert; Morton, Albert (extraordinary); Rich, Henry Earl of Holland (extraordinary); St. Legor, Sir William; Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham (extraordinary).
-, English, to Persia. See Cotton, Sir Dropmore.
-, English, to Poland See Gourdoun, Francis (agent).
-, English, to Porte. See Roe, Sir Thomas.
-, English, to Savoy. See Wake.
-, English, to Spain. See Aston, Sir Walter; Wyche, Peter (agent).
-, English, to Sweden. See Spens.
-, English, to Swiss. See Wake.
-, English, to Venice. See Wake, Sir Isaac; Wilkinson, John (secretary); Wotton, Sir Henry.
-, English, at Zante. See Seguro (consul).
-, Flemish, in England. See Vanmale (agent).
-, French, to Denmark. See Haye.
-, French, to England. See Bassompierre (extraordinary); Bautru, Nicolas de; Coiffier, Antoine Francois de, Marquis of Effiat; Du Plessis, Daniel, Bishop of Mende; Lomenie, Henry Augustus de, Baron of Ville aux Clercs (extraordinary); Lorraine, Claude de, Duke of Chevreuse (extraordinary); Potier, Rene de, Count of Tresmes; Roches, Baron of; Varinires, Jean de, Marquis of Blainville (extraordinary).
-, French, in Flanders. See Bar, Sieur de Baugy (resident).
-, French, in Germany. See Pomponne (resident).
-, French, in the Netherlands. See Faye, Charles de, Sieur d' Espesses.
-, French, at Porte. See Harlay, Philip de, Baron of Cesy.
-, French, at Rome. See Bethune, Philip de.
-, French, in Savoy. See Marini, Claudio.
-, French, in Spain. See Angennes, Charles de, marquis of Rambouillet; Angennes, Charles de, Sieur de Fargis.
-, French, to Sweden. See Forget, Pierre, Sieur de la Picardiere.
-, French, to Swiss. See Aubespine, Charles de l', Sieur de Preaux (extraordinary); Bassompierre; Miron, Robert.
-, French, at Venice. See Aligre, Etienne, Sieur de la Riviere; Aubespine, Charles de l', Sieur de Preaux, Marquis of Chateauneuf.
-, Hessian, in England. See Hill, Colonel.
-, Imperial, at Constantinople. See Imperial ambassador and resident at Constantinople.
-, Imperial, in Spain. See Khevenhuller.
-, Mantuan, in France. See Priandi (resident).
-, Mecklenburg, to England. See Passow.
-, Neapolitan, to Porte. See Montealbano.
-, Palatine, to Denmark. See Camerarius.
-, Palatine, to England. See Rusdorf.
-, Palatine, to Sweden. See Camerarius.
-, Palatine, to Venice. See Tecknau.
-, Papal nuncio, in Flanders. See Bagni.
-, Papal nuncio, in France. See Barberini, Cardinal Francesco (legate); Cardinal Medici (legate); Spada, Bernardin.
-, Papal nuncio, in Savoy. See Campeggi, Lorenzo, Bishop of Cesena.
-, Papal nuncio, in Spain. See Sacchetti.
-, Papal nuncio, with Swiss. See Scappi, Alessandro.
-, Persian, to England. See Nukud Aly Beg; Shirley, Sir Robert.
-, Persian, to Netherlands, 347, 362, 369.
-, Savoyard, to England. See Baroccio (secretary); Gabaleone; St. Maurice, Count of.
-, Savoyard, in France. See Scaglia, Abbot Alessandro Cesare.
-, Savoyard, at Venice. See Ponte, Giovanni Francesco, Count of Scarnafis.
-, Spanish, in England. See Bruneau, Jacques (secretary).
-, Spanish, in France. See Toledo y Davila, Antonio de, Marquis of Mirabel.
-, Spanish, in Germany. See Guevara, Inigo Velez Ladron de, Count of Osona.
-, Spanish, at Rome. See Alcala, Duke of.
-, Spanish, to Swiss. See Rye, Mark Claude de, Count of Dogliani.
-, Spanish, at Venice. See Beneventi de Benavides, Christoforo.
-, Swedish, in England. See Oxenstiern, Gabriel.
-, Transylvanian, in England. See Quad, Matthias de Wickerode.
-, Transylvanian, in Netherlands. See Quad.
-, Transylvanian, at Porte. See Bonamissa (agent); Kereztessy, Paul; Theodolachi.
-, Turkish, in England (chiaus), 199, 200, 239.
-, Venetian, at Aleppo. See Pesaro, Alvise da ca (consul).
-, Venetian, in England. See Augustini, Girolamo (secretary); Contarini, Alvise; Contarini, Anzolo (extraordinary); Correr, Marc Antonio (extraordinary); Donato, Antonio; Lando, Girolamo; Marioni, Pier Antonio (secretary); Pesaro, Zuane; Rosso, Andrea (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Florence. See Antelmi, Valerio; Vianuol, Agostin (residents).
-, Venetian, in France. See Contarini, Simon; Morosini, Marc Antonio.
-, Venetian, in Germany. See Padavin, Marc Antonio (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Milan. See Trivisano, Giovanni Francesco (resident).
-, Venetian, at Naples. See Marioni, Pier Antonio; Vico, Pietro (residents).
-, Venetian, in Netherlands. See Contarini, Alvise; Zorzi, Zorzi; Surian, Christofforo (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Porte (bailo). See Contarini, Simon; Giustinian, Zorzi.
-, Venetian, at Rome. See Contarini, Pietro.
-, Venetian, in Savoy. See Cavazza, Gabriel (secretary); Dominici, Domenico (secretary); Morosini, Marc Antonio; Paruta, Lorenzo; Priuli, Girolamo; Scaramelli, Moderante (secretary).
-, Venetian, in Spain. See Moro, Lunardo.
-, Venetian, with Swiss. See Cavazza, Girolamo (secretary); Valaresso, Alvise; Zorzi, Alvise.
-, Weimar, to England. See Streiff.
Amboyna, East Indies, 280.
-, Dutch hold, 609.
-, massacre, 68, 610.
-, Dutch give satisfaction for, 38; possible reprisals for, 69.
-, English cry for justice, 122; Dutch ships arrested because of, 355; English irritation over, 528.
Amiens [Somme, France], 34, 69, 77, 86.
-, Buckingham to meet queen at, 51, 61; queens at, 84; gossip about journey of queens to, 109.
-, Louis goes to, 222, 225.
Amsterdam [Prov. North Holland, Netherlands], 102, 287, 438, 564, 588.
-, Carleton goes to, for money, 101; Mansfelt goes to for money, 110; Mansfelt at, 120; Mansfelt returns empty from, 126.
-, Calandrini goes to, for money, 133; Buckingham hopes to raise money by jewels at, 198, 234.
-, Mansfelt leaves, 215; negotiations at about pawning jewels, 281, 288, 313, 318.
-, indigo goes straight to, 355; bankruptcy at, 362; merchants demand compensation against English, 596.
-, Venetian duty, 413.
-, forces in, 208; Moors propose to attack, 227.
Andover, viscount. See Howard, Thomas, Viscount Andover.
-, -, Viscountess. See Cecil, Elizabeth, daughter of William.
Andrews, Launcelot, Bishop of Winchester, 595n.
Andros, island, Greek Archipelago:
-, Venetians capture galley of Bey of, 414.
Angennes, Charles d', Marquis of Rambouillet:
-, mission to Spain, 268, 306, 313; Scaglia says mission merely complimentary, 284.
-, -, Charles d', Sieur du Fargis, French ambassador in Spain, 411, 472.
-, thinks English fleet youthful escapade of Charles, 208; claims advantage over Venetian ambassador, 354.
-, king said to be angry with, 362, 373; had erred, 374 reported recall, 382; made first motion about peace, 420, 460; settled treaty with Olivares, 479.
-, peace of. See Monzon, treaty of.
-, secretary of, 414.
Anglesey, Earl of. See Villiers, Christopher.
Angoulme, Duke of. See Valois, Charles of.
Anhalt, Hanalt, German Empire:
-, Weimar's proposals about, 382.
Anhalt Bernberg, Duke of. See Christian I.
Anholt, Count von:
-, goes against Mansfelt, 122.
-, free export from Venice, 413.
Anjou, Duke of. See Francis of France.
Annandale, Earl of. See Murray, John.
Anne of Austria, Queen of France, 75.
-, at wedding of Henrietta Maria, 44; departure from Paris, 66, 68.
-, Louis takes leave of, at Compigne, 77, 91; return of, 81; at Amiens, 84.
-, Princess of Cond too much with, 109; gossip about journey to Amiens, ib.
-, Princess of Piedmont writes as inferior to, 200; Bautru knows intentions of, 249.
-, at Paris, 535.
Anne of Denmark, Queen of England, 292.
-, heated comparison with Henrietta, 497.
Annone, Anone [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Feria withdraws to, 135.
Anstruther, Sir Robert, English ambassador to Denmark, 38.
-, reports that king arming, 16; report on return, 19, 20; to return with Charles's promises, 28.
-, to take remittances, 34; detained by lack of money, 52, 56.
-, commissions of, 5759; urges promptness on Charles, 70; starts, 75, 89; expected at Hague, 79.
-, cannot obtain all the money, 82; Denmark will not move until goes, 106.
-, arrival in Denmark reported, 110; to go to diet at Ulm, 118, 123.
-, instructions sent to, 130; sends secretary to England with report, 133; finds Circle of Lower Saxony inclined to remain neutral, 137; Palatine wants sent to protest against diet, 151.
-, reply to Saxony, 152; Palatine to approve instructions to, 186.
-, two points only for diet, 200; tries to get Denmark to send ambassador to England, 218.
-, arrives at Hague with Danish ambassadors, 226; leaves for Denmark, 257; troops arranged for by, 262.
-, not to be sent to diet, 277; Palatine wants to go to diet, 308; news sent by, 342.
-, to assist at Mecklenburg christening, 428; writes of Halberstadt's death, 467.
-, writes to Netherlands, 504; urges help for Denmark, 534, 583; and for Gabor, 535; warning about position, 589.
-, secretary of. See Gordon.
Antelmi, Valerio, Venetian Resident at Florence:
-, despatches, 101, 240, 261, 304.
Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], 266, 407.
-, terms of surrender, 69, 80; Dunkirkers capture ordinary of, 245.
-, despatches sent by, 299.
-, Portuguese victory at Ormuz reported at, 398n; sailors enlisting at, 587.
-, Postmaster at, 529.
Anzola. See Ships, names of.
Anzolo, Captain, of the Anzola, 314.
-, parliamentary attack on, 129, 130.
Apsley, Sir Allen, governor of the Tower of London:
-, St. Peter arrested on information from, 341.
-, troops sent to, 259; crops of, 413, 455.
-, Gondomar takes leave of Court at, 9; king kept at, 24.
Arbo. See Phelippeaux, Raymund, Lord of Herbault.
Archduchess of Austria. See Isabella Clara Eugenia.
Archduke of Austria. See Leopold.
Archipelago, the, 414, 472.
Argyle, Earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.
Armeno, Simon, assessor, 421.
-, Buckingham says prevent payments, 364.
artillery. See guns.
Arundel, Countess of. See Howard, Aletheia.
-, -, dowager Countess of. See Howard, Ann.
-, -, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas, Earl of Arundel.
Asti [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, legate sent to, 36; Spaniards defeat Prince Tomaso near, 42.
-, Feria raids towards, 91; Savoy prevents attack on, 108; Savoy has large force near, 119; Spaniards close to, 125; Prince Tomaso left at, 132; Feria moves against, 135.
-, despatch dated from, 90.
Aston, Sir Walter, English ambassador to Spain:
-, arrives in England, 7; gives a turn to affairs, 9; not returning to Spain, 28; Buckingham excludes in Spain, 599.
Asturias, Prov. Spain:
-, Don Agostin Messia leaves for, 210.
Attorney General. See Heath, Sir Robert.
Aubespine, Charles de 1', Sieur de Preaux, Marquis of Chateauneuf, Preo, Castelnuovo, 477.
-, French ambassador extraordinary to Venice, 492, 549; appointed, 446; going to Swiss and Grisons, 460, 505, 510, 519; Venice waiting for, 475; to excuse French behaviour, 478.
-, exposition and reply to, 497, 524; hurries negotiations, 505.
-, Buckingham asks about, 526; curiosity about, 529; goes to Poschiavo, 538.
-, bailo asks information about, 543; Contarini tells Charles about, 556; Wake to confer with, 590.
-, Tilly recalled for, 467; Gabor promises to attack, 490.
-, Archduke of. See Leopold.
-, Archduchess of. See Isabella. Clara Eugenia.
-, -, Upper:
-, revolt in, 438, 469, 475, 477, 4868, 494, 528; quieted, 446.
-, -, House of, 458.
-, peace of Swiss with, 26; circle of Lower Saxony dependant upon, 38.
-, Sultan gives Gabor leave to enter league against, 42.
-, diet will be to advantage of, 105; will not let Palatine rise again, 111.
-, proposed union with French against English and Dutch, 160; Dutch draw attention to peril from, 166.
-, Sweden desires abatement of, 168; Sweden wants to thwart, 177; Buckingham to arrange league against, 201; keeps Huguenots united for own purposes, 243.
-, Scaglia to force France to declare against, 255.
-, need of keeping occupied in Germany, 274; Roe writes against to Sultan, 280; France can have advantages of, 285.
-, efforts to prevent peace with Turk, 301; Turks may help Gabor if acts with allies against, 330.
-, want to smash Denmark and Lower Saxony, 352.
-, league to humble, 410, 411; negotiations with Turk, 410; Venice wants to attribute difficulties to, 414.
-, prosperity, 435; need of restraining ambitions, 466, 471, 484, 486, 487, 570; Germany completely under yoke, 467.
-, Brunswick's death fortunate for, 475; danger of becoming absolute in Germany, 488.
-, negotiations at Porte against, 502, 511; great advantage of Baltic to, 558,
-, Savoy dreads predominance in Germany, 563; Bavaria appeals to France to stop progress in Germany, 566.
-, Gabor wants to be included in treaties made with, 576; Denmark never averse from, 585.
-, preparations against Valtelline, 45; perturbed by action of France and England, 48.
-, emperor to be asked to pardon, 58; damage could do to Lower Saxon Circle, 277; forces against Denmark, 386; Denmark takes exception to articles in league against, 393; fear of at Basel, 423.
Aylesbury, Thomas, 3.
-, Buckingham makes Master of Requests, 168.