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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 19: 1625-1626 (1913), pp. 656-660. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89082 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Eagle. See Ships, names of.

Earls. See peers.

East India Company, the Dutch:
-, English men-of-war chase ship of, 68, 73.
-, -, the English, 408.
-, pays expenses of Persian ambassador, 345; commissioners from to negotiate with Persian ambassador, 359.
-, distorts news to suit purposes, 398; fit out Expedition for Shirley and Cotton, 399n.
-, Buckingham accused of extorting money from, 405; objects to Cotton's powers, 457.
-, silk trade with Persia would destroy, 503.

East Indies:
-, anxiety about Spanish fleet from, 194, 206, 208.
-, ships from fare badly, 218; English wish to extend operations in, 335.
-, ships from bring Persian ambassador, 345; ship from with news of reverse, 398.
-, quarrels with Dutch in, 409.
-, higher pay for voyage to, 418; Dutch ships from, 457; galleons reach Spain from, 589. Dutch strength in, 609; Dutch draw out English from, 610.

Ecchembergh, Echembergh. See Eggenburg.

Edmondes, Sir Thomas:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 5; election voided, 380, 381.
-, Treasurer of the Household:
-, at Council about trade with Spain, 399.

Edward VI, King of England, 405.
-, changed religion of country, 598.

Effiat, Marquis of. See Coiffier, Antoine de Ruzé.

Eger, Agria, Hungary:
-, Pasha of, 43.

Egerton, John, Earl of Bridgewater, Brisuater:
-, admitted to Council of State, 495.

Eggenburg, Ecchembergh, Echembergh, Ulrich von, Prince of:
-, Collalto visits, 37; tells of defeat of English fleet, 264; wants to instruct Khevenhuller about affairs of empire, 572.

Eglisham, George, author of Prodromus Vindictœ, 416n.

Egna, on frontier of Bohemia, 72.

Elbe, River, Germany, 519.
-, Charles asked to send fleet to, 342; says he cannot, 352; Mansfelt breaks bridges over, 404.
-, Hamburgers keep blockaded, 469; blockade of, 481, 537; ships captured in, 587.

Elbing [West Prussia, German Empire]:
-, Sweden takes, 498.

Electors of the Empire:
-, assume royal dignity, 107; Anstruther has letters of credence to, 123; invite Louis, Gondomar and Osona to diet, 160.
-, letters to, 382.
-, -, See Ferdinand of Bavaria, Archbishop of Cologne; Frederick V, Elector Palatine; George William, Margrave of Brandenburg; Greiffenklau, George Frederick von, Archbishop of Mayence; John George, Elector of Saxony; Maximilian, Duke of Bavaria; Schweikard, John, of Kronenberg, Archbishop of Mayence; Philip Christopher von, Archbishop of Treves.
-, -, ecclesiastical:
-, ask France to send ambassador to diet, 122.

Eliot, Sir John, Vice-Admiral of the West:
-, demands account of way money granted by parliament spent, 334; accuses Buckingham about St. Peter, 357, 603.
-, speech against Buckingham and arrest, 431; parliament demands release, 432, 440, 603.
-, compares Buckingham to Sejanus, 602.

Elizabeth, Queen of England:
-, Charles observes rules of, 21; Lewkenor served under, 79. oath taken by, 129.
-, loans to Brabant, 162, 194; manner of hostility to Spaniards, 166; Dutch towns handed to, 408.
-, manner with parliament, 598.

Elizabeth of Denmark, Dowager Duchess of Brunswick:
-, withdraws to Denmark, 342.

Elizabeth of France, Isabella, Queen of Spain:
-, Princess of Piedmont writes as inferior to, 200.
-, Fargis approached about peace, 420.

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, the Princess Palatine, 16, 93, 94, 475, 574.
-, (1625):
-, not informed officially of James's death, 8.
-, Charles sends to inform of king's death, 13, 21.
-, counts on brother, 17, 66; sends condolences, 28.
-, men for fleet pressed in name of, 52; commissioners upon requirements of, 57.
-, efforts of Charles to reestablish, 76, 79, 113; goes to North Holland for pleasure, 101.
-, English fleet to act in name of, 110; believes parliament will end satisfactorily, 111.
-, not sorry at parliament's attack on Buckingham, 143; popularity in England, 176.
-, Buckingham to gather information from, 184; English efforts for, 190.
-, reasons for dislike of Buckingham, 201; Contarini to try and gather Charles's projects from, 229.
-, secretly consents to son marrying Buckingham's daughter, 230; calls on Contarini with Buckingham, 257.
-, (1626):
-, Carleton devoted servant of, 288; Buckingham proposes present of 100,000 francs for, 298.
-, Contarini to speak to about office of Benavides, 315.
-, Weimar reminds of English help, 395; commends Colonel Hill to Charles, 419n.
-, wanted to stir up Charles, 420; has sons presented to Venetian ambassadors, 443.
-, grief at Halberstadt's death, 458; Infanta's invitation to, 480.
-, says father deceived by Spaniards' overtures to from Brussels, 523.
-, friendliness to Contarini, 525; Bassompierre tries to win party in England, 566.
-, would like Bishop of Worms promoted to Mainz, 581; residence at Hague, her spirit, 611.
-, agent in England. See Williams, Sir Abraham.
-, secretary of. See Nethersole.

Ely, Bishop of. See Felton, Nicholas.

Emengh. See Irwing.

Emmerich [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], 444.
-, Mansfelt has permission to go to, 68.

Emo, Lunardo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 552.

Emperor, Cæsar. See Ferdinand II.

Empire. See Germany.

England and English:
-, (1625):
-, number of in Netherlands, 1; St. Leger does not insist on levies going to Denmark, 16; troops in Netherlands to obey Palatine, 38; prowess in Netherlands, 47.
-, ships lade wheat in Levant, 10, 16, 23; Venice wants this forbidden, 15, 23.
-, ships for France, 36, 39, 73, 94; English want back, 255.
-, slaves released at Algiers, 24, 29.
-, troops with Mansfelt, 57, 71, 132; to support Mansfelt, 59; very punctilious, 60; Mansfelt dismisses troops, 134.
-, mistrust of Charles, 62, 63; complain of delay of Henrietta, 83; say queen's suite excessive, 88.
-, Spaniards respect greatly, 78; troops in Netherlands worthless, 93.
-, new levies for Dutch, 95, 132; lost credit, 101; troops in Brazil, 102.
-, soldiers raised by force and counties bound to keep efficient, 105.
-, Prince of Orange very partial to, 127; want Dutch patent for ships to be for Palatine, 133.
-, Morton takes back levies, 136; money paid to Mansfelt, 137, 189.
-, losing fruits of French alliance, 145; ill-affected and licentious speech, 147.
-, provision for defence of coast, 167; Spaniards pretend not to care for, 172.
-, popularity of Queen of Bohemia in, 176; think more of private interests than needs of Germany, 181.
-, ports closed, 183; alliance with Dutch, 188, 233; claim freedom of trade in Levant, 196, 197.
-, hatred of Buckingham, 201; efforts of Venice to reconcile with France, 204.
-, Venice resists claims to consulage, 211, 212; obligations under Dutch league, 225, 234.
-, inclined to land in Flanders, 225; promise help if Venice enters league, 226.
-, strong feeling against oppression of Rochelle, 236; Richelieu's hatred for, 245.
-, league with Denmark and Dutch, 247, 255, 258, 262; merchants arrested at Naples, 249, 250.
-, prospects of helping Denmark and Mansfelt, 251; arrangement with Savoy against Genoa, 256.
-, supposed understanding with Venice, 259; blind desire to injure France, 263.
-, proposed mutual assistance with France, 264; disadvantage to if consulage question left open, 266.
-, (1626):
-, dislike and distrust of Blainville, 268; take oil from Zante unlawfully. 273; forbidden, 313, 314,
-, commodities obtained by Spain from, 280; proclamation forbidding trade with Spain, 285.
-, Venice wants gunpowder from, 289; Scotland's welfare bound up with, 294.
-, want war without conditions, 297; stick to Buckingham, 298; hatred of Buckingham in, 310.
-, Spaniards more inclined to than to France, 302, 303.
-, defeat Portuguese near Ormuz, 335; Dutch recall officers from, 336; returning, 402.
-, contribution to Gabor, 337; object to queen taking prominent partin masque, 346.
-, officers from Netherlands cause resentment by drilling troops, 353; Venetian duty on goods from, 355.
-, Louis promises release of goods, conditionally, 360; export of indigo and brazil wood to Venice, 363.
-, men in Dutch service do not return, 369, 375, 394; hard pressed at Ormuz, 373.
-, Savoy expects little from, 378; Savoy's rosy account of, 401.
-, proposal to send religious to, from Rome, 402; gunners, serving Turks, 420.
-, proposed subsidy to Gabor, 420; Spaniards decide to attack, 447.
-, disturbances expected in, owing to dissolution, 453; hatred of Buckingham, 461, 526.
-, fear of invasion, 468, 563; measures for defence, 480; Gaston of France thinks of withdrawing to, 482,
-, fine troops of, in Dutch guard, 482; opinion on forcing ships to take cargoes to Venice, 485.
-, talk of league of France, Spain and pope against, 483, 524; unable to help Savoy or Dutch, 492.
-, great confusion in, 511; divided into two parties, 512; power of king when agreed with, 513.
-, Dorset says no fear of insurrection in, 528; troops removed from Netherlands, 543, 548, 572; to be sent to Denmark, 581, 585.
-, Denmark will get no help from, 545; pitch of dissatisfaction in, 548.
-, trade at Venice, 550–5; Gondomar said to be negotiating peace with, 554.
-, a feeble instrument to smash Spain, 563; French hint of league against, 566; weakness, 575.
-, Spaniards aware of disunion in, 577; good treatment at Venice, 578.
-, Dutch complain of blindness, 580; Denmark complains of betrayal by, 584, 585.
-, destruction by own hand, 586; can always make peace with Spain, 592.
-, popularity of Buckingham in, on return from Spain, 599, 600.
-, object of Henrietta's attendants to convert, 607; determined to contribute nothing to king, 608.
-, nature of forces serving Dutch, 609, 610; quarrels with Dutch, 610, 611.

England:
-, Venetian instructions to representatives in, 10, 17, 22, 31, 37, 39, 74, 80, 86, 92, 102, 103, 112, 143, 163, 169, 181, 182, 186, 189, 195, 204, 211, 219, 220, 228, 229, 238, 242, 243, 250, 260, 265, 282, 287, 289, 294, 306, 315, 330, 347, 358, 362, 373, 378, 379, 394, 404, 412, 421, 422, 424, 436, 438, 439, 446, 450, 459, 471, 474, 497, 501, 505, 510, 518, 524, 532, 538, 555, 590, 591.
-, King of. See Charles I, Edward VI, Henry VIII, James I, William the Conqueror.
-, Queen of. See Anne of Denmark, Elizabeth; Henrietta Maria; Mary.

English Channel:
-, fleet to guard mouth of, 225.

Erizzo, Francesco:
-, chosen ambassador extraordinary to England, 45.
-, expenses voted for, 67.
-, Proveditore General in Terra Firma, 134, 181.
-, -, Nicolo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 36, 356.

Erlach, Francis Louis d', Baron of Spietz, Spiez:
-, Venice remonstrates with about forbidding levies, 73; wants employment by Venice, 86; advantageous to keep well disposed, 121; to command Bernese levies for Savoy, 217, 219, 220, 242, 268.

Ermit. See Hermite.

Erskine, John, second Earl of Mar, Treasurer of Scotland:
-, arrives at English Court, 278.
-, -, Thomas, Earl of Kellie, Kelly:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 4; at Council about trade with Spain, 399.

Essex, county of:
-, fears of invasion in, 167; Catholics of disarmed, 176.
-, Earl of. See Devereux.

Estrées, Francis Hannibal d', Marquis of Coeuvres, Coure, 171.
-, Venice sends reinforcements to, 10, 112; takes up quarters at Morbegno, 108.
-, French propose to reinforce, 109; English measures with help, 124.
-, asks Venice to send reinforcements to Valtelline, 135; Swiss reinforcements for, 150.
-, pleased with Venetian reinforcements, 172; to hasten building of new fort, 183, 214.
-, Wake reproves for doing nothing, 188; negotiations between Valtelline and Grisons, 313.
-, to continue fortifications, 379; to hand over forts to pope, 478.
-, difficulties of Monzon referred to, 538; takes new regiment to Valtelline, 539.
-, Wake to confer with, 590; objects to Spaniards moving guns to Riva, 591.
-, prefer's continuing hostilities, 593.

Euphrates, River:
-, Shah of Persia crosses, 419.

Exchequer, Chancellor of the. See Weston.

Exeter, Bishop of. See Carey, Valentine.
-, Earl of. See Cecil, William, Earl of Exeter.

Expedition. See Ships, names of.



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