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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 20: 1626-1628 (1914), pp. 629-635. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89150 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Abbas, Shah of Persia:
-, defeated by the Great Mogul, 260; English understanding with, 400, 401.
-, Turks esteem English because of relations with, 547.

Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury:
-, strained relations with Buckingham, 33; commissioner about grievances of Catholics, 130; Laud and Neile opponents of, 218.
-, in disgrace for refusing to licence Sibthorp's sermon, 305, 314; talk of release, 584.

Achin, Achis. See Hawkins.

Admiralty:
-, ordered to report on navy, 531.
-, Court:
-, decides about prizes, 39; awards corrupt, 373.

Admiral, Lord High, of England:
-, gets tenth of prizes taken by privateers, 582.
-, See Villiers, George, duke of Buckingham.

Admiral. See Ships, names of.

Admirals:
-, Dutch. See Dorp; Hein; Nassau, William of; Reaal.
-, English. See Bertie, Robert, Lord Willoughby de Eresby; Fielding, William, Earl of Denbigh; Mervyn, Henry (of the Narrow Seas); Pennington, John.
-, French. See Lorraine, Charles de, Duke of Guise; Menty; Montmorency.
-, Spanish. See Bazan, Alonso de, Marquis of Santa Cruz; Oquendo; Ribera; Toledo, Federigo di.

Adrian, Father, Portuguese friar:
-, released, 219, 241; Ross to go with, 255; going to Brussels, 270; embarks with prisoners, 277.

Adriatic, the Gulf, 224.

Adventure. See Ships, names of.

Aerssens, Francis, Lord of Sommelsdijk:
-, may go to France, 163; friend of Scaglia, 287; chosen ambassador for mediation, want of patriotism, 457.
-, prevailed upon to accept embassy to France, 469; French will not receive, 524; Richelieu enemy of, 525; French send to stop, 551, 583.
-, arrangements for reception, 582; Joachim not to consult with, 565, 576.
-, queen mother promises good reception, 570; detained, 575, 578; hurts foot, so stays behind, 578.
-, means to proceed, 583; unwilling to go, 586; unwilling to go, 586; expected at Paris, 593; starts for France, 597; Langarach reassured about reception, 598.

Agazzi, Agahi, John Martin, Flemish merchant, 18, 208.

Agents. See Ambassadors.

Agostini, Agustini, Girolamo, secretary of the Ambassador Contarini in England, 278, 296, 342, 352.
-, Buckingham tells that going to France, 53; sent with despatches to Dover, 250, 255; diligence commended, 268.
-, letter to ambassador, 279; to find out about Carlisle's embassy, 327; visits Danish ambassadors, 353.
-, sent to Dover about seizure of packets, 564; manages affairs well, 571; sent to Buckingham for other letters, 577.

Alard, Esprit, Sieur d'Esplan, Desplan, Desplans:
-, offers to relieve St. Martin, 354; gets into Ré, 422, 443.
-, narrow escape of, 438; takes news of Ré to Condé, 480.

Alba Regale [? Arva, Hungary], 20.

Albania, Balkan Peninsula:
-, Venetian subjects dependent on for wheat, 421.
-, galley of, sent to Venice with convoy, 560.

Albuquerque, Duke of. See Cueva, Francisco Fernandez della.

Alcala, Duke of. See Henriquez, Ferdinand.

Alel Aga, a Turk:
-, going with Mansfelt to Venice, 38.

Aleppo, Syria, Turkish Empire:
-, Grand Vizier at, 392; capture of Gibraltar likely to affect trade, 552.

Alevado, Don Francesco d':
-, takes squadron to Corunna, 388.

Alexandretta, Iskanderun, Syria, Turkish Empire:
-, pirates attack French ships at, 392; French want harbour fortified, 448.

Alexandria, Alessandria, Egypt, 81, 536.

Algiers:
-, account of, 118; English spies report on, 221.
-, pirates of, 582.
-, King of:
-, means war on Tunis, 118.

Aligre, Etienne, Sieur de la Riviere, French ambassador at Venice, 3, 45.
-, servant arrested, 109, 132, 156; servant released, 245.

Aline, Greece, ?Asine now Korone, 272.

aloes:
-, from East Indies, 13.

Ambassadors:
-, presents to, 38, 55, 119, 257, 306, 377, 434, 447, 453, 471.
-, invited to queen's masque, 107.
-, questions of precedence, 107, 217, 358, 378–380.
-, privileges of, 140, 141, 155, 156.
-, allowances to Venetian, 524.

Ambassadors, ordinary and extraordinary, Agents, Bailo, Chiaus, Commissioners, Consuls, Envoys, Legates, Nuncios, Plenipotentiaries, Residents and Secretaries:
-, Baden, to England. See Ponikau.
-, Baden, to Venice. See Boet, Nicholas.
-, Danish, in England. See Below, William; Brahe, George; Rosencranz; Sinclair (agent); Thomassen; Woulffen (agent); Zobel.
-, Danish, in France, 387. See Brahe; Rosencrantz; thomassen; Zobel.
-, Danish in Netherlands. See Thomassen.
-, Danish at Venice. See Kratz.
-, Dutch, at Calais. See Mybais (agent).
-, Dutch, in England. See Catz (commissioner); Joachim; Pauw (extraordinary); Randuich (extraordinary).
-, Dutch, in France. See Aerssens (extraordinary); Boetzelaer; Vosberghen (extraordinary).
-, Dutch, at Hamburg (agent), 481.
-, Dutch, at Porte. See Haagen.
-, Dutch, at Venice. See Berck.
-, English, to Denmark. See Anstruther.
-, English, to Flanders. See Gerbier (envoy).
-, English, in France. See Ashburnham (envoy); Barrett, Sir Edward; Clarke, Edward (envoy); Gerbier (envoy); Hawkins (agent); Lewis (envoy); Vic (envoy).
-, English, at Hamburg. See Anstruther.
-, English, in Netherlands. See Carleton, Dudley, Lord (extraordinary); Carleton, Dudley, jun. (agent).
-, English, at Porte. See Roe, Sir Thomas; Wyche.
-, English, in Savoy. See Hales (secretary); Montagu, Walter.
-, English, in Spain. See Aston.
-, English, to Swiss. See Fleming (agent); Wake, Sir Isaac.
-, English, at Venice. See Wake, Sir Isaac; Wilkinson (secretary); Wotton.
-, English, at Zante. See Securo (consul).
-, Flanders, to Netherlands. See Rubens (envoy); Temple (envoy).
-, Flanders, at Porte (i.e. Dutch). See Haagen.
-, Florentine, in England. See Salvetti (agent).
-, Florentine, in France. See Gondi, Giovanni (resident).
-, Florentine, at Milan, 235, 236, 288, 530.
-, French, at Brussels. See Bar, Sieur de Baugy.
-, French, in England. See Bassompierre; La Guette (envoy); Meaux (envoy); Moulin (secretary); Seton (envoy); Varinieres, John de, Sieur de Blainville.
-, French, in Netherlands. See Bottaro (secretary); 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.
-, French, in Spain. See Angennes, Charles de, Sieur de Fargis; Angennes, Charles de, Marquis of Rambouillet (extra-ordinary); Bautru, Guillaume de (envoy).
-, French, to Swiss. See Aubespine, Charles de l', Sieur de Preaux; Miron, Robert.
-, French, at Venice. See Aligre, Etienne, Sieur de la Riviere; Mesmes, Claude, Sieur d'Avaux.
-, French consul and secretary at Venice, 491, 492.
-, Gabor's. See under Transylvania.
-, imperial, at Constantinople (agent), 355, 471.
-, imperial, to Gabor. See Questenberg.
-, imperial, at Hamburg. See Schwartzenberg.
-, Legate. See under papal legate.
-, Lorraine, to France. See Lorraine, Louis of, Prince of Pfaltzbourg.
-, Mantuan, to England. See Strozzi, Marquis Pompeio.
-, Netherlands. See under Dutch.
-, Nuncio. See under papal nuncio.
-, Palatine, in England. See Rusdorf (agent).
-, Papal legate. See Barberini, Cardinal Francis.
-, Papal nuncio, in France. See Bagni; Spada.
-, Papal nuncio, in Germany. See Carafa, Charles, Bishop of Aversa.
-, Papal nuncio, in Spain. See Massimi; Sacchetti.
-, Rohan, to England. See St. Blancart (envoy).
-, Savoyard, in England. See Scaglia, Abbot Alessandro Cesare.
-, Savoyard, in France. See Baroccio (secretary); Biandrat (resident); Scaglia, Abbot Alessandro, Cesare; Livron, Henry, Marquis of Villa (extra-ordinary); Moretta, Count of.
-, Savoyard, in Netherlands. See Scaglia, Abbot Alessandro, Cesare.
-, Savoyard, at Rome. See San Giorgio, Count Guido.
-, Savoyard, at Venice. See Ponte, Giovanni Francesco, Count of Scarnafis.
-, Spanish, in England. See Sarmiento, Count of Gondomar.
-, Spanish, in Flanders. See Cueva, Alonso de.
-, Spanish, in France. See Messia (extraordinary); Toledo y Davila, Antonio de, Marquis of Mirabel.
-, Spanish, at Genoa. See Pala vicino.
-, Spanish, in Germany. See Guevara, Inigo Velez de, Count of Osona.
-, Spanish, at Venice. See Beneventi de Benavides, Christoforo.
-, Swedish, in England. See Spence (agent).
-, Transylvanian, in England. See Quad.
-, Transylvanian, at Porte. See Bonamissa (agent); Keretetsye; Miches (agent); Micoferenz.
-, Turkish (chiaus), to Savoy, 362.
-, Tuscan. See under Florentine.
-, Venetian, in England. See Agostini (secretary); Contarini, Alvise; Contarini, Anzolo (extraordinary); Correr, Marc Antonio (extra-ordinary); Lando, Girolamo; Pesaro, Zuane; Scaramelli, Moderante (secretary); Valaresso.
-, Venetian, at Florence. See Vianuol (resident).
-, Venetian, in France. See Contarini, Simone; Zorzi, Zorzi.
-, Venetian, in Germany. See Padavin, Marc Antonio (resident).
-, Venetian, at Milan. See Antelmi, Valerio (resident); Marioni (resident).
-, Venetian, in Netherlands. See Soranzo, Giovanni; Surian (secretary); Vico (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Porte. See Giustinian, Zorzi; Veniero, Sebastiano.
-, Venetian, at Rome. See Contarini, Anzolo; Contarini, Piero; Zon (secretary).
-, Venetian, in Savoy. See Morosini, Marc Antonio; Padavin, Marc Antonio (resident).
-, Venetian, in Spain. See Grattaruol (secretary); Mocenigo, Alvise; Moro, Lunardo.
-, Venetian, to Swiss. See Cavazza, Girolamo (secretary).

Amboyna, East India Islands:
-, massacre of:
-, Catz to treat about, 154; Carleton may speak about, 170.
-, English bring up again, 178; Catz makes no progress over, 190; English mean to have satisfaction, 207; English claims for, 218.
-, Carleton demands punishment for, 229; Carleton to superintend trial, 240; Carleton to treat of, at Hague, 318.
-, claims of East India Co. on Dutch for, 407; Dutch appoint judges for, 445.
-, ambassadors extraordinary to deal with, 457; demand that perpetrators be tried in England, 583.

Amiens [Somme, France]:
-, suggested conference between Richelieu and Buckingham at, 148.

Amita. See Ships, names of.

Amsterdam [Prov. North Holland, Netherlands], 70, 103, 202.
-, Scots obtain armour from, 11; jewels pledged at, 23, 28; jewels brought back from, 55; Calandrini goes to, 71.
-, ships built at, for France, 45, 115, 136, 140, 166, 179, 308, 329, 339, 358, 396, 481, 622.
-, Dunkirkers capture ships from, 167, 208.
-, Scaglia going to, 253; Rubens and Gerbier at, 307, 323; Carleton buys gunpowder at, 308, 314.
-, Espesses goes to about ships, 318; money paid at for ships, 339.
-, English seize cargoes shipped at, 350; ships for France ready to sail from, 390.
-, Richelieu sends to buy ships at, 399; French expecting ships from, 596.
-, Admiralty of:
-, to prevent harm to English ships, 550.
-, merchants of;
-, contract to arm ships for Denmark, 545.

Andros, Cyclades, island, Bey of, 14.

Angennes, Charles d', Sieur du Fargis, Farges, French ambassador in Spain, 83.
-, overtures for adjustment with England, 32; agreement about fortresses, 41.
-, conversation with Mocenigo, 300, 301; tries to get Spanish help against English, 329.
-, French do not trust, and replacing, 344; says Spanish fleet to stop in Britanny, 494.
-, convinced French cannot conquer without Spaniards, 503; negotiating league against England, 560, 598.
-, suggests Venice mediating between France and England, 567; frequent conferences with Olivares, 598.
-, brother of secretary of:
-, brings news of Ré to Madrid, 503.
-, -, -, Marquis of Rambouillet, 157.
-, may supersede Fargis, 41; corrupt policy, 68.
-, depreciates damage done by English, 255; tries to get Spanish help against English, 329.
-, does not understand English policy, 344; asks reason for England's quarrel with France, 362; wants to find out what Wake said, 363.
-, sent to conciliate Spaniards, 366; sanguine of expelling English from Ré, 382.
-, confirmed in Spain, 426; not deceived by Spaniards, 503.

Anglican Church, Church of England:
-, book on similarity to Roman, 218.

Angoulême, France:
-, Toyras made governor of, 497.
-, Duke of. See Valois, Charles of.

Angus, Earl of. See Douglas, Archibald.

Anholt, Hanolt, Count of:
-, faces Morgan, 375.

Anne of Austria, Queen of France, 461, 600.
-, Bassompierre salutes, 67; receives Chevreuse, 202; honours Strozzi, 379.
-, Bautru sent to tell of relief of Ré, 421; says Spanish ships will soon appear to help French, 426; returns to Paris, 429.
-, gives gold chain to messenger, 433; returns to Paris, 450; Louis may send for to siege, 452.
-, Mirabel with, 465; congratulated on success at Ré, 474; Venice urges reconciliation on, 493.
-, English flags taken to, 496, 528; reports arrival of Spanish fleet at Morbihan, 510.
-, Zorzi pays respects to, 550; says Spanish fleet will not act against Rochelle, 551.
-, Buckingham wanted to renew amours with, 616.

Anstruther, Sir Robert, English ambassador to Denmark:
-, gentleman of sent to England, 6; reports determination of Denmark to persevere, 58.
-, letters from Hamburg, 71; forwards complaints of Christian, 87; sends demands for money and intercepted letters of Rusdorf, 178; Wake reads letters to Collegio, 181.
-, Palatine wants to act for him, 186; commissions sent to, 194; despatch about seizure of ships in Elbe, 283n.
-, riot against at Hamburg because of blockade of Elbe, 377, 408; news sent by, 448.
-, no sign of leaving Hamburg, 458; leaving Hamburg because imperial party growing stronger, 469.
-, business at Hamburg, 481; Soranzo sees letters of, 562; advices, communicated to Collegio, 581.
-, particulars sent by, about Denmark, 585; Carleton communicates information from, to Soranzo, 586.
-, negotiations with Schwartzemburg, 593; Schwartzemburg intimates must leave Hamburg, 598, 601.

Antelmi, Antonio, Secretary of the Collegio, 337, 347.
-, report on visit to Wake, 81, 82.
-, -, Valerio, Venetian secretary at Milan:
-, despatch, 127.

Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium]: 132, 241, 281, 446, 473.
-, news from, 327.
-, commissioners from Hamburg go to, 34.
-, Prodromus Vindictae published at, 87n; Rubens coming from, 100, 323; Rubens goes back to, 377.
-, negotiations between Rubens and Gerbier at, 160; bills presented at, 208.
-, efforts of Duke of Parma to make mole at, 469; freedom of trade proclaimed at, 483.
-, courier of, 250, 326.
-, postmaster of, 94, 326, 340, 577.
-, letters sent by, 445, 482.

Arabs:
-, at Constantinople, complain of ravages of English in Persian Gulf, 400.

Aragon, Spain:
-, Cardinal Barberino takes under protection, 116.

Arbo. See Phelippeaux.

Arcadia, i.e. Kyparissia [Prov. Messenia, Greece], 272.

Archduchess of Austria. See Isabella Clara Eugenia; Maria Magdalena.

Archduke. See Leopold.

Archpriest, in England, 609–611; bishop to supersede, 622.

Armenians:
-, have church at Constantinople, 597.

armour:
-, Scots buy at Amsterdam, 11; taken on St. Esprit, 437.

army:
-, money due to, prevents disbanding, 530.
-, See also levies; parish; regiments.

Artagnan, Count of. See Montesquiou.

artillery, general of. See Power, Henry, Viscount Valencia.
-, -, grand master of (France).
-, See Bethune, Maximilian de.
-, - See guns.

Arundel, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas, Earl of Arundel.

Arva? Alba Regale, Hungary, 20.

Arveau. See Phelippeaux, Raymund, Lord of Herbault.

Arvi. See Hervey.

Ashburnham, Embresem, Hachbornen, John, gentleman of Buckingham's chamber:
-, sent to Paris, Louis will not see, 393, 417, 425; Botru confers with, 404; went about peace, 416.
-, Richelieu treats with, 417, 454; returning to England, 426, 431; nothing known in England of visit to Paris, 442.
-, taken prisoner at Ré, 468, 480.

assassins:
-, infest road between Paris and Rochelle, 466.

Assurance. See Ships, names of.

Aston, Sir Walter, English ambassador in Spain:
-, Wyche served, 75.

Athens, Greece:
-, Metaxa studied at, 356.

Atramoglia. See Tremouille, Frederick de la, Count of Laval.

Aubespine, Charles de 1', Sieur de Preaux, Marquis of Chateauneuf, Preo, di Breo, French ambassador to the Swiss:
-, Grisons tell will not accept Monzon, 38; tries to convince Grisons, 48.
-, treats for renewal of alliance with Dutch, 348; mission to Venice, 464.

Audouin, Sieur, gentleman of M. de Grammont:
-, brings food for St. Martin, 443.

Aumont, Anthony d', Sieur de Villequier, Villichier:
-, wounded at Ré, 480.
-, -, Jacques d', Baron of Chappes, Colonel Sciapes:
-, sent to prevent Huguenots crossing Loire, 219.

Austria:
-, Denmark proposes to invade, 103; parts in hands of Saxony and Bavaria, 131.
-, -, House of, 360, 375, 513.
-, (1626):
-, Bavaria's proposals to France against, 3; France wants to alienate Bavaria from, 10.
-, advantage to Valtelline for trade, 15; Charles at open enmity with, 16; French will not break openly with, 23, 31.
-, Hamburg may ask help, 34; Gabor to make war on, 44; Baden's diversion for, 49.
-, Venice will suffer if subdues Germany, 50; successes in Germany, 58, 453; menace of ambition, 173.
-, (1627):
-, need of Gabor to counterpoise, 76; Venice prevented helping Denmark, 81.
-, Cottington partisan of, 85; hopes for footing on Baltic or North Sea, 87; ambition of universal monarchy, 90, 160.
-, French and Dutch will repent advance, 117; impression of Venetian hostility to, 123.
-, France and England should resist, 190; Dutch require forces lent to France to serve against, 192.
-, advantage from quarrel of France and England, 199, 511; Carleton to induce Dutch to make truce with, 231.
-, levies to constrain Denmark, 266; doubtful about Gabor, 295; Dutch will always side with enemies, 310.
-, England wants French help against, 338; idea of general compromise with, 343.
-, France helps enemies of, 346; treaty with Turks broken off, 349.
-, importance of Baltic to, 352; money to help Denmark make peace with, 355.
-, Medici contribute largely to, 364; efforts to make Baltic subject to, 448.
-, Germany in power of, 449; England and France could counterpoise, 461; depriving Protestants in North of freedom, 463, 464.
-, attention at Rome to successes of, 477; danger of in Sound, Baltic and on Elbe and Weser, 483.
-, Lubeck declares for, 500; slanders against Venice, 509; efforts to get France to oppose, 515.
-, intrigues with Lorraine, 521; Berulle serves interests, 538; progress of, 551.
-, queen mother strong partisan of, 556; needs curbing in Germany, 587; prospers by divisions of France, 600; pressure on Denmark, 623.
-, Archduchess of. See Isabella Clara Eugenia; Maria Magdalena.
-, Archduke of. See Leopold.

Auvergne, France:
-, Duke of Chevreuse going to, 386.

Avaux, Sieur d'. See Mesmes, Claude de.

Avelbergh. See Havelberg.

Aversa, Bishop of. See Carafa.

Avignon [Vaucluse, France]:
-, Richelieu hopes to be superintendant of, 110.

Ayres, John, gentleman of Wake:
-, enquiry about wounding of, 349.

Aytre, Estre [Charente Inférieure, France]:
-, Louis writes from, 466.

Azamoglano:
-, trouble over murder of, 299, 348, 420.



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