Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25, 1640-1642. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1924.
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Abbot, See Rivers.
Admiral, lord High. See Percy, Algernon, earl of Northumberland.
Aerschot, duke of. See Croi, Philip de.
Aerssens, Arsem, Harsem, Francis, lord of Sommelsdijk, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England, 230 :
representations against granting ships to Spain, 5
-, Spaniards resent reception of, 13.
suspicious at delay in reply to paper, 5
-, reports delays in negotiations, 6.
threatens to return if no answer, 7
-, means to leave, 11
-, to ask for immediate reply and return, 16.
apprehensive about Velada, 11
-, wants reply before Velada comes, 19.
Charles sends for and rates, 17
-, but speaks more mildly later and revives hopes, 19.
fears accommodation with Spain, 20.
ordered to return, mission a failure, 22, 24, 25
-, asks for fresh audience to speak of Denmark, 24
-, Charles suggested mediation with Denmark to, 28, 29.
feigns indisposition, 24
-, tells Charles of recall, 25
-, leaves, present to, 28
-, report on mission to Assembly, 31.
said to be returning to England, 54
-, instructions to, 107
-, to interpose for settlement with Scots, 109.
sets out, 110
-, arrives, 111
-, first public audience, 113.
difference over precedence with Giustinian, 114
-, chiefly due to, 115.
makes proposals, commissioners appointed for, 116
-, reports marriage settled, 120.
overtures for alliance, 116, 117
-, proposals presented by, 126-128.
tries to get princess sooner, 121, 134, 140, 147.
suspicious of king's sincerity, 122
-, more satisfied, reports, 125.
king hopes will mollify parliament, 124
-, fears fresh difficulties from lords, 126
-, doubts removed, 129.
Palatine hopes to profit by negotiations, 130
-, gets treaty signed to forestall him, 133
-, bitter against him, 135.
Portuguese ambassador hopes to profit by offices, 132.
speaks in name of young prince of Orange, at Court, 134
-, urges completion of marriage, 145.
takes leave, 154
-, departure, 160
-, reports to prince, 163.
agents. See under ambassadors.
Agostini, Agustini, Gieronimo, secretary to the Ambassador Giustinian :
sent to complain of behaviour of Cardenas' coachmen, 40.
to be in charge on Giustinian's departure, 68, 231
-, involved in rent of house, 88.
sent to pay respects to Danish ambassadors, 76
-, sent to pay respects to Dutch ambassadors, 114
-, pays respects to Portuguese, 143.
sent to Fielding about Clopton, 189, 190.
sent to London to appease Levant Co., 228.
letters to, opened, 244
-, overhears plan to denounce ambassador, 249.
despatch to the Senate, 99.
-, Barbary coast, 2
-, pirates of : capture Rebecca, 24n
-, Christian slaves on board ships of, 35n.
squadron voted to check, 136, 291.
- See also Barbary.
Allot, sieur d', Hallot, Dalot, M. di Talbot, envoy of Prince Tomaso in England :
proposals on behalf of princes, 12, 14
-, asks king's mediation to reconcile Savoy and Venice, 15.
stays on, but business lapsed, 18
-, tries to attract merchants to Villefranche, 24.
secret conferences with Velada, 34.
Almada, Dom Antao de, Antonio d', Almayda, Portuguese ambassador to England :
coming announced, 129
-, arrives at Falmouth, 130
-, king stays at Salisbury, 132.
question of recognition, 132
-, decision to receive, 134
-, foreign ministers avoid, 140.
public entry, 136
-, received in Great Hall, 137
-, put off, 139.
Cardenas cannot prevent reception, 138, 161
-, queen receives coldly, 139.
second audience, proposes alliance, 142, 143
-, unlikely to do much, 155.
question of Venetian treatment of, 149, 172.
arrest of Catholics attending chapel, 154
-, employs English chaplain, 189.
proposals of, 162, 164, 165.
objects to grant of levies to Spain, 164
-, pleased at refusal, 213, 214.
rescues chaplains from pursuivants, 198
-, riots at embassy, measures to protect, 203.
difficulty in getting release of servants, 219.
encourages idea of attack on Indies, 227
-, concludes treaty, 291.
- See also Andrada.
Almond, lord of. See Livingstone, James.
almoner, the queen's. See Noel, Jacques le, bishop of Angoulme.
-, of queen mother. See Bonnefons.
Bavaria promises to help recovery, 181.
presents to, 15, 106, 125.
Englishmen not to frequent chapels, 123.
question of precedence, 114.
Ambassadors, agents, bailo, chiaus, envoys, papal nuncios, residents, secretaries.
Danish, in England. See Krabbe, Gregory
-, Ulefeld, Cornelius.
Danish, at Ratisbon. See Ulefeld, Cornelius.
Dutch, in England. See Aerssens, Francis
-, Brederode, John de
-, Joachimi, Albert
-, Kerkhoven, Jan de, lord of Heenvliet.
Dutch, in France. See Nassau, Louis de, lord of Beverweert
-, Lier, William van, sieur d' Oosterwijk.
English, in Denmark. See Anstruther, Sir Robert.
English, in France. See Digby, George (elect)
-, St. Ravy, Sir William (envoy)
-, Sidney, Robert, earl of Leicester
-, Windebank, Thomas (envoy).
English, in Flanders. See Gerbier, Balthasar.
English, in Germany (to diet). See Roe, Sir Thomas.
English, in Germany (to princes). See Curtius, William.
English, in the Netherlands. See Boswell, William
-, Murray William (envoy).
English, at the Porte. See Crow, Sir Sackville.
English, at Rome (queen's minister). See Hamilton, Sir William.
English, in Spain. See Hopton, Sir Arthur.
English, with the Swiss. See Fleming, Sir Oliver.
English, at Venice. See Fielding, Basil lord
-, Howard, Charles, baron Andover (elect)
-, Talbot, Gilbert.
French, in England. See Bellievre, Pompone de
-, Estampes, Jacques d', marquis of la Fert Imbault
-, Montereul, Jean de
-, St. Ravy (envoy).
French, in the Netherlands. See Cognet, Gaspar, sieur de la Tuillerie
-, Estampes, Jean d', de Valencay.
French, at the Porte. See Delahaye
-, Harlay, Philip de, count of Csy.
French, at Rome. See Estres, Hannibal d', marquis of Coeuvres.
French, at Venice. See Mallier, Claude, seigneur de Houssay.
imperial, in England. See Lisola, Francis Paul Freiherr von.
imperial, at Rome. See Eggenberg, John Anthony, prince of.
Lorraine, to England. See Villa, marquis.
Palatine of Rhine, to Germany (diet). See Spina, Dr.
papal minister, in England. See Conn, George
-, Rossetti, Count.
papal nuncio, at Venice. See Vitelli, Francesco.
Polish, to France. See Gosienski.
Portuguese, to England. See Almada, Antao de
-, Andrada, Francesco de.
Portuguese, to the Netherlands. See Mendoza Furtado, Tristan de.
Savoyard (Prince Tomaso), to England. See Allot.
Spanish, to England. See Cardenas, Alonso
-, Davila y Toledo, Antonio Sancho de, marquis of Velada
-, Malvezzi, marquis Virgilio.
Spanish, to Morocco. See Blake, Robert (envoy).
Swedish, in France. See Grotius, Hugo.
Swedish, in the Netherlands. See Spieringh, Peter.
Turkish, to England, France and Holland. See Mustaffa (chiaus).
Tuscan, in England. See Salvetti, Amerigo.
Venetian, in England. See Agostini, Girolamo
-, Contarini, Vicenzo (elect)
-, Giustinian, Giovanni.
Venetian, in France. See Correr, Anzolo
-, Giustinian, Girolamo.
Venetian, in Germany. See Grimani, Giovanni
-, Vico, Thadio.
Venetian, in the Netherlands. See Giustinian, Girolamo
-, Zon Zuanne.
Venetian, at the Porte (Bailo). See Contarini, Alvise
-, Foscarini, Piero
-, Trivisan Girolamo.
Venetian, at Rome. See Contarini, Anzolo
-, Nani, Giovanni.
Venetian, in Spain. See Contarini, Alvise
-, Sagredo, Niccolo.
Ambdem. See Hampden.
Amiens [Somme, France] :
despatches dated at, 61, 63, 67, 78, 82.
letters of credence dated at, 87n.
Amsterdam [Prov. North Holland, Netherlands], 24 :
merchants suffer by loss of Rebecca, 32
-, export grain from England, 37.
ready to afford asylum to queen mother, 50.
proposed negotiations with merchants, for loan, 53.
merchants find money to pay Scots, 210.
Andover, Viscount. See Howard, Charles.
Andrada, Dr. Francesco de, de Leitao, Portuguese ambassador in England :
public entry, 136
-, received in Great Hall, 137
-, put off, 139
-, foreign ministers avoid, 140.
Cardenas cannot prevent reception, 138
-, queen receives coldly, 139.
second audience, proposes alliance, 142, 143.
mob menaces embassy, 145, 148.
Anglican Church. See Church of England.
Angoulme, bishop of. See Noel, Jacques le.
Anne of Austria, queen of France :
congratulations on birth of Prince Philip, 87.
Anne, third daughter of Charles I : death of, 106.
Anstruther, Anstruder, Sir Robert :
chosen as ambassador to Denmark, 135.
Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], 152 :
courier ordinary of, 5, 12, 18, 27, 72, 258, 273.
letters from, opened, 243
-, despatches sent by, 245.
letters for, wrecked, 269.
supplies for Irish rebels from, 298.
merchants of, selling shares in Rebecca, 32.
apprentices, London :
riot of, 271, 272, 275
-, gathering in defence of parliament, 281.
Aquila, l' Aquila, Pietro :
evades order of banishment to Corfu, 11.
-, -, Girolamo (? Zuane) son of, 11.
Aragon, Nicolo, fiscal auditor, Zante, 85.
Archduke, the. See Leopold William.
Ardee, co. Louth, Ireland :
taken by rebels, 255n.
Arescot, count of. See Croi, Philip de, duke of Aerschot.
Argyle, Arghil, earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.
Armin, Sir William, commissioner from parliament to Scotland, 209.
army, the royal, troops :
quartered in remote parts, parts, 4
-, Scots prepare to resist, 12 : strength of, 13.
suspicion of use against parliament, 4, 30.
fears of use against France, 13.
troops sent to Berwick, 15, 23
-, Leicester to have command in, 20.
officers from Holland to command, 20
-, strength increased, 23, 37.
lacking in discipline and good officers, 38
-, sent to frontier, 37, 44.
fear of Scots capturing supplies for, 41
-, Scots take prisoners from, 44.
Irish to invade Scotland with, 46
-, troops mutinous, 47, 61
-, will not fight enemy, 80.
increased by 4 regiments, 52
-, reduction of pay, 53
-, money from pepper sent to, 84.
Gen. King to improve discipline, 55
-, wasting by desertion, 61
-, licentiousness causes outcry, 65.
Northumberland delays taking up command, 62
-, Stafford takes over command, 71.
trained bands to reinforce, 71, 79
-, king finds in bad state at York, 73
-, expected reinforcements, 79.
cavalry sent to dispute passage of Tyne, 73
-, defeated at Newburn, 75.
unsafe to disband while Scots in England, 86
-, king unable to keep in field any longer, 91.
parliament votes money for, 98, 164
-, sent to York, 102
-, subsidies appropriated for, 112, 153.
king asked to dismiss Catholics from, 102.
unequal to resisting Scots, 136
-, king sends money secretly to, 142.
king proposes to go and take command of, 145, 149
-, parliament suspicious of, 149, 171.
charge of conspiracy to bring to London to overawe parliament, 148, 149, 150, 186
-, report a fabrication, 152
-, enquiry upon 153, 160, 172
-, report on, 163, 166
-, Goring betrays particulars, 164
-, Lord Percy's letter on, 166.
parliament wishes to disband, 153, 166
-, five regiments to be disbanded, 171, 179.
officers protest against charges, 166
-, fear of officers resisting disbanding, 171.
disbanding of, 183, 184, 187, 209, 212, 215
-, completed, officers retained on half pay, 212.
ready to serve without pay, 184.
possibility of coming to coerce parliament, 194
-, king sees on way, 205.
garrisons of Berwick and Carlisle to be sent to London, 215
-, ready to embark, 222.
officers of, offer king services against rioters, 272
-, king forms guard from, 275
-, small number with king, 283.
army, Scottish :
well disciplined and led, sent to frontier, 38
-, establishes quarters on Tweed, 44
-, most of troops sent home, 52.
crosses Tweed, 70
-, marches on Newcastle, 72
-, reaches Morpeth, battle of Newburn, captures Newcastle, 75.
English acclaim entry of, 73, 75
-, advantage in commanders and discipline, 113.
severe discipline of, 75
-, obtains loan, 79
-, payment for maintenance, 92, 98.
captures Durham and approaches York, 76
-, occupies Tynemouth, troops quartered about, 79.
advances to border of Yorkshire, 84
-, reinforcements reach, 89.
king hopes for withdrawal, 107
-, parliament votes money for, 112, 153, 164
-, for withdrawal, 123
-, money sent for, 199, 201.
advance into England threatened, 129, 136, 140
-, suspicions of, 131.
king will not disband Irish troops before withdrawal, 147.
objections to disbanding English troops while in kingdom, 166
-, proposal to disband part, 179, 187.
ready to leave England, 184
-, question of evacuation, 198, 200, 206, 208, 209
-, in progress, 212, 214
-, rejoicing over, 215.
king entertained by, 205
-, force to be maintained for king, 208.
stationed on frontier, 222
-, ready to disband, 223.
Arras [Pas de Calais, France] :
apprehension in England at fall of, 66.
Arsem. See Aerssens.
Arundel, countess of. See Howard, Alethea.
-, earl of. See Howard, Thomas.
Ashburnham, Colonel William :
arrested for share in army plot, 166.
Aslerig. See Haselrig.
Astley, Axel, Sir Jacob, Serjeant Major of the army in the North, Colonel Axel :
reports insubordination in army, 61, 62.
Athens, Greece, 156 :
Benicello returns to, 157.
Atkins, , alderman of London :
sent to prison, 48.
Attorney General. See Herbert, Sir Edward.
Austria, archduke of. See Leopold William.
Austria, House of :
bid for English alliance, 5, 32
-, Charles leans to closer connection with, 11.
English neglect French proposals against, 81
-, French want English to co-operate against, 216, 229
-, Roe complains of delays, 237.
Austrians. See imperialists.
Avort, baron. See Howard, Edward.
Axel. See Astley.