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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 20: 1626-1628 (1914), pp. 642-662. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89152 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Cadiz [Seville, Spain], 62, 114, 607.
-, galleons disarmed at, 72; Harvey at capture, 205n; muster of galleys at, 293; Englishman arrested at, 301.
-, ships equipped at, 363; English landing at, 366.

Caesar. See Ferdinand II, emperor.

Caimecan. See Rezep.

Cairo, Egypt:
-, Turkish revenues from, 221.

Calais [Pas de Calais, France], 34, 163, 175, 185n, 213, 293, 326, 411, 434, 599.
-, news from, 102, 234, 304.
-, proposed conference at, 185; Baden going to, 189; Dutch agent from in England, for seamen, 248, 249, 278.
-, captures by English fleet off, 251; Strozzi stayed at, 327; letters detained at, 364, 420; letter dated at, 392; despatches sent by, 482.
-, Contarini arranges for despatches to go by, 445; Dutch ship detained at, 458.
-, Dutch ambassadors not to land at, 562; English ship wrecked at, 566; Aerssens and Vosbergh may confer with Joachim at, 583, 595.
-, Governor of. See Estampes, Leonore d', Sieur de Valancay.

Calamota. See Kalamata.

Calandrini, Julian, brother of Filippo: to supply funds in Netherlands, 6.
-, -, Filippo, Amsterdam merchant:
-, Dutch hoping for arrival, 1, 2; to provide money in Netherlands, 11; starts with drafts, 22.
-, authorised to sell jewels, 23; expected in Netherlands, 36, 58; delayed by weather, 43.
-, taking jewels, 52, 55; reaches Hegue, 65; goes to Amsterdam, 71; jewels consigned to, to pawn, 87; reported drowned, 110.
-, contract with, for troops, 114; paymaster of troops for Denmark, 182.

Calil, Callel. See Halil.

Calvert, George, lord Baltimore:
-, comes from Ireland to Newmarket, 147; to be employed in Spanish negotiations, 152; frequent conferences with Buckingham, 160.

Calvinism:
-, Savoy reproved for tolerating, 291.

Camerarius, Ludwig, Councillor of Palatine:
-, reports work in vain for peace, 101.

camlet, 224.

Can. See Coen.

Canal, Antonio, Savio alla Mercanzia, 57, 174.

Canaples, Canaple, Sieur de. See Blanchefort, Charles de.

Candahar, Cardian [Afghanistan]:
-, Great Mogul takes, 260.

Candale, Duke of. See Foix, Henry de.

Candele [? Greece]:
-, Venetian subjects dependent for wheat on, 421.

Candia. See Crete.

Cantelou, Sieur:
-, brings help for St. Martin, 443.

Canterbury, co. Kent, 102.
-, Buckingham confers with Bassompierre at, 59, 66; Scaglia arrives at, 436.
-, Archbishop of. See Abbot, George.

Cape Verde Islands, 34.

Capuchin:
-, takes Hyacinth's papers to Rome, 252.
-, See Boueria, Zacharia; Hyacinth.

Carafa, Charles, Bishop of Aversa, papal nuncio in Germany:
-, to get imperial forces used against Gabor and Turks, 477.

Cardian. See Candahar.

Cardinals:
-, congratulate Bethune about Ré, 501; appeal to in Bishop of Chalcedon's controversy, 608; against bishop's claims, 611.
-, See Barberini, Francesco; Bentivoglio, Guido; Berulle, Pierre; Cueva, Alonso de la, Marquis of Bedmar; Ludovisio, Alessandro; Magalotti, Lorenzo; Maurice, Prince of Savoy; Spada, Bernardin.

Carleton, Anne, wife of Dudley, Lord:
-, death, 206, 218, 234, 263.
-, -, Dudley, Lord, of Imbercourt, 160, 195, 207, 210, 423, 459n.
-, (1626):
-, to treat with Bassompierre about ships and property seized, 10; asks to see Contarini's advices, 24.
-, to accompany Buckingham to France, 54; evades going to France, 60; blames policy to France, 60, 61.
-, (1627):
-, commissioner about captured ships, 79; speaks of French misconduct, 80.
-, unsuccessful with subsidies, 94; to reassure Joachim about Spanish negotiations, 100.
-, speaks with sound judgment about subsidy, 101, 102; to collect subsidies in Oxford and Berks, 102n.
-, tells Joachim of overtures made by Spain, 141, 142; Contarini sees about, 144; rates Joachim, 146.
-, goes with Buckingham to Newmarket, 147.
-, appointed ambassador extraordinary to Dutch, 151; commissions of, 152; likely to make Dutch suspicious, 153.
-, hastens departure, 161; Rosencranz wishes to confer with, 163; speculations about mission, 164, 169, 170.
-, may succeed Conway as secretary, 177; Joachim to divert mission, 180.
-, to wait for conclusion of Catz's negotiations, 187; speaks sharply about Amboyna, 190.
-, sound views, 206, 263; to have instructions about Dutch alliance with France, 217.
-, departure delayed, 218, 234; tells Contarini of mission, 224; Contarini urges for reconciliation, 225.
-, commissions, 229; to get Dutch to make terms with Austrians, 231; likely to follow Scaglia, 233.
-, to delay treaty with France, 237; French do not object to negotiations, 240; working with Scaglia, 242, 243, 248, 424.
-, takes Venetian letters, 245; goes into country, 246.
-, delayed, 246, 249; departs, 255, 265.
-, mission to Orange about Garter, 256; office about Garter, 275.
-, first audience, proper views, 263; Dutch urge reconciliation on, 264.
-, hints at designs on Spain, 267; unlikely to get satisfaction, 269; Venice uncertain about, 277.
-, negotiations in Netherlands, 279, 294, 323; waiting for Montagu, 281.
-, ignorant of request for Thurn, 282; Dutch disappointed with, 287.
-, confidential relations with Scaglia, 286, 308; Gerbier to report on negotiations, 291.
-, Soranzo to have good relations with, 289; Catz hopes to finish negotiations with help of, 292.
-, asks Dutch for gunpowder, 293; buys powder, 308, 314.
-, to arrange maritime code with Dutch, 306; strong remonstrance in Assembly, 318.
-, Rubens confers with, 307, 329; Danish ambassadors confer with, 333; advises Dutch to make terms, 364.
-, views about Rochelle fleet, 328, 329, 333; sanguine views of home affairs, 334; embassy to France, 337.
-, reports arrival of Danish envoys, 343; goes to camp, possible objects, 345, 358, 368.
-, may help arrange accommodation of Dutch with Spain, 352; sent to Holland to be out of way, 353.
-, secrecy about negotiations, 358; in Assembly to ask opinion about instructions, 369.
-, Danes wish to see negotiate treaty, 375; report on negotiations with Spaniards, 377.
-, conversation with Soranzo about reconciliation offices, 382, 383; says nothing in Spanish negotiations, asks help for Denmark, 384.
-, long despatch from, 390; French regiments will not salute, 391; troubled about Buckingham, 405; dependant of Buckingham, 405, 457, 507.
-, Soranzo sounds about Scaglia's mission, 395; Soranzo perplexed by reserve, 396.
-, asks for interposition of Dutch, 402; gets Dutch East Indiamen seized, 407, 445; Soranzo's offices with commended, 410.
-, disbelieves renewal of Franco-Dutch alliance, 405; resents Dutch behaviour about French alliance, 414, 416.
-, defends seizure of St. Esprit, 415, 427; complains of Dutch action about St. Esprit, 437.
-, exaggerates importance of Catholic league, 419; asks leave to return home, 424; expects fall of St. Martin, 428.
-, suggests England would welcome mediation of Venice, 444; approaches Soranzo about reconciliation, 455, 456, 475.
-, does not believe union of France and Spain workable, 455; sceptical about Savoy's mediation, 457.
-, anticipates move from d'Espesses about Texel affair, 458; sent to expostulate with French, 462.
-, not pleased at choice of Pauw, 469; enquires if pope tried to stop Savoy's mediation, 470.
-, wants Dutch to declare for England, 483; to treat with Dutch about sending ships to Baltic, 484.
-, losing popularity with Dutch, 506.
-, asks for recall, criticises Wake's office, 507; sends to Wake, 508.
-, Thurn speaks to about league with Gabor, 515; speaks of Carlisle's mission, 534.
-, Dutch forestall proposals, 617; objects of mission to Holland, 618, 620; Danes want to negotiate peace with France, 622.
-, (1628):
-, efforts to separate Dutch from France, 549, 534, 555, 568; speaks of Carlisle's mission, 549; but reticent, 550.
-, says Dutch should guarantee own ports, 550; speaks of French treatment of Dutch of Soranzo, 556.
-, fears for Rochelle, 557.
-, asks Soranzo about league between France and Spain and shows Soranzo letters from Morgan, 563.
-, Soranzo's retort to for office against France, 569; suspicious about delay of ambassadors, 578.
-, reports French attempt to stop Dutch ambassadors, 583; speaks of their delay and disorders of government, 586.
-, reserved about seizure of letters, 593; thinks Carlisle will not be employed, 598.
-, confidences to Soranzo about levy, Anstruther and parliament, 601; went to justify expulsion of French, 615.
-, -, Dudley, nephew of Lord Carleton, English agent in the Netherlands, 96.
-, remonstrates about vacillation of English government, 2; Dutch want to promise payment of English regiments, 6.
-, to arrange removal of English troops, 11; to ask Dutch to send own troops to Denmark, 28; tells States troops are to go to Denmark, 36; does not want troops hurried away, 65.
-, reports operations, 71.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Hay, James.

carpets:
-, Persian, 13.

Carpezon, Colonel:
-, on Danish council of war, 183.

Cary, Henry, Viscount Falkland, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Viceroy of Ireland:
-, alarmed at Spanish preparations, 113.

Casale [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Count of Revara made governor of, 538.

Caselli, Savoyard merchant:
-, goes to Nice about English trade, 568.

Cassin Pasha, Viceroy of Tunis, 2, 70.
-, protest against reappointment, 29; Roe gives no information about, 75.

Cassovia:
-, Gabor not withdrawn to, 103.

Castelli, 423.

Castile, Spain:
-, fleet of, 301.

Castres in Languedoc [Tarn, France]:
-, synod of Huguenots at, 1.

Catharine, sister of the Margrave of Brandenburg, Princess of Transylvania, 25; investiture demanded in name of, 75.
-, investiture of, 197; Christian William of Brandenburg uncle, 232.
-, Roe arranged marriage, 253; compromise with, to raise money, 292.

Catholic, the. See Philip IV, King of Spain.

Catholic League:
-, Lower Saxon Circle wants security from, 79.
-, Denmark resisting, 182; Buckingham's manifesto likely to encourage idea of, 376.
-, English apprehension of, 408; must make Protestants cautious, 419.

Catholics, the English, Papists, Recusants:
-, Charles promises to mitigate penal statutes against, 9; concessions to, displease, 20, 616; communications with Rome, 24, 25.
-, Bassompierre tries to get advantages for, 30; Sacchetti, ready to favour peace to help, 32.
-, promise to Bassompierre to give over persecuting, 39, 51, 615; dissatisfied with France, 63.
-, brief directing not to take oath of fealty, 63, 85, 86.
-, Charles institutes enquiry about, 78; vituperate Bassompierre's arrangements, 97; proposed composition with king, 105, 106, 617, 619.
-, Buckingham willing to become protector of, 106; queen's household plotted with, 111.
-, Scottish bishops wish to proceed against, 107, 131; commissioners appointed for grievances, 130.
-, France insists on terms for, 135; permitted to take leases of estates, 154; amount of alms, 622.
-, disapprove of disputes between Bishop of Chalcedon and clergy, 408; Louis helps discreetly, 414.
-, leader of, going to Brussels, 433; mission countermanded, 447; numbers of, 617.
-, position compared with Huguenots, 520; composition with for freedom of worship, 530.
-, power claimed by Bishop of Chalcedon over, 610, 612, 622, 623; pope unlikely to force to appeal to foreign tribunal, 611.
-, -, archpriest of, 610–612, 622.
-, -, bishop of. See Bisshop; Smith.

Catz, Sir James, Dutch commissioner about seizure of ships:
-, appointment announced, 79; little expected from mission, 150.
-, reaches London, commissions, 154; sees king, referred to delegates, 160.
-, negotiations with commissioners, 178; difficulties in negotiations, 186, 187, 207; reports not prospering, 190; business not progressing, 218, 237, 240, 292.
-, knighted and present to, 306; report at Hague on negotiations, 318; takes letters, 328.

Cavalla. See Kavala.

cavalry:
-, wanted from Netherlands to quell English, 119.
-, scarcity in England, 217, 618; talk of raising, in England, 575; German, raised for England, 585, 598, 601, 607.
-, gallantry of French at Rhé, 304.

Cavazza, Girolamo, Venetian secretary with the Swiss, 67, 607n.
-, despatches, 3, 7, 19, 46, 59, 67, 123, 155, 179, 220, 231, 244, 251, 273, 354.
-, instructions to, 196.

caviare:
-, English ships unlade, 355.

Cecil, Edward, Lord Wimbledon:
-, regiment of guards under name of, 62; at Council about letters, 605; made member of Council of State, 607.
-, -, William, Earl of Exeter:
-, admitted to Privy Council, 94; at Council about letters, 605.
-, -, -, Earl of Salisbury:
-, proposed mission to Brussels, 136; at Council about letters, 605.

Cephalonia, Ionian Island [Greece], 597.
-, currant trade at, 18, 26, 27, 46, 349.
-, complaints against English merchants at, 108; report of Five Savii on complaints, 173, 174.
-, sentences against English merchants at, 208, 389; reply to petition, 214, 215.
-, farm of currant duty, 276; currant crop, 298, 299; English trade with, 356.
-, English merchants complain of wrong in, 336; ships lading currants at must take entire cargo to Venice, 371; satisfaction to English merchants at, 475.
-, currant crop deminished by rain, 382; Belegno comes for revenues, 409.
-, foreign cloth prohibited in, 440, 586.
-, Proveditore of, 46.
-, instructions to, 214.
-, See Mosto, Andrea da; Mudazzo, Marin; Ponte, Antonio da.

Cerbelloni. See Serbelloni.

Ceremonies, Master of the. See Finett; Lewkenor.

Cerigo, island, Greece:
-, port of San Nicolo di Leumona in, 536.

Cernovicchio, Alessandro:
-, defrauds Venetian customs, 171.

Césy, Cesi, baron of. See Harlay, Philip de.

Chalcedon, Bishop of:
-, controversy, papers on, 608–613; account of, 622, 623.
-, See Bisshop, William; Smith, Richard.

Chalil. See Halil.

Chalons sur Saone [Saone et Loire, France], 197.

Chamberlain, Great. See Bertie, Robert, Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
-, -, Lord High. See Herbert, Philip, Earl of Montgomery.

Chambery [Savoie, France], 264.

Champagne, France, 488.
-, Montagu travels by, 281; regiment of, 389, 480.

Chancellor:
-, of Scotland. See Hay, Sir George.
-, of Sweden. See Oxenstierna.

Channel Islands, islands off Normandy:
-, troops sent to garrison, 321; ask for reinforcements, 351.

Chappes, Baron of. See Aumont, Jacques d'.

Charles V, the emperor:
-, English joined France against, 266.

Charles I, King of Great Britain, 4, 19, 23, 26, 39, 47, 49, 52, 66, 73, 79, 106, 112, 116, 135, 148, 169, 190, 236, 273, 282, 310, 397, 411, 460, 476, 516, 529, 591.
-, (1626):
-, decision about English regiments in Netherlands, I; Dutch blame for behaviour to Denmark, 7; French think imprudent, 2; blamed for letting Hamilton go, 6.
-, Rosencranz thanks, 5; Bassompierre thanks, 8; Buckingham accuses Hay before, 11.
-, asks Bassompierre to wean queen from degrading ceremonies, 9; Bassompierre reports getting help from people, 14.
-, Wake states policy, 15, 16; expects advantage from Huguenots, 17; promises to Baden, 20, 48, 50, 51, 59.
-, wants help from France for Germany, 21; strained relations with France, 28; reported accommodation with Louis, 36.
-, Buckingham entertains at banquet, 22; present of gold chains to Venetian secretaries, 30.
-, only gets prejudiced advices from Spain and Germany, 24; Catholic plot may make favour commonweal, 25.
-, dismisses Crew, 33, 55; merchants resent interference about Wyche, 35.
-, Bassompierre takes leave of, 38; states reasons for concessions to France, 40, 51.
-, averse from peace with Spain, 41; Rosencranz complains to, retort, 42; to sign new agreement with Gabor, 43; will get Turks to help Gabor, 44; help for Gabor, 44, 172; help for Denmark, 58, 89.
-, affection for Venice, 53; receive Soubise, 54, 161; Quod takes leave of, 55; writes to Gabor, 56.
-, Dutch think Buckingham captured by artifice, 64; writes to Dutch, 65.
-, urges Buckingham to go to France, 67, 77; complains of bad return for concessions to France, 68.
-, forbids import of wine, 69; Denmark's hopes from, 70.
-, (1627):
-, commands despatch of Wyche, 75; remarks on discretion of Spaniards, 78.
-, Venice hopes will persevere for cause, 81; thinks of calling parliament, 83; values Venetian advices, 84; averse from parliament, 94.
-, aversion from business, 85; sports of, 105, 137, 141, 142.
-, Scottish commissioners presented to, 86; arrangements with, 87, 102; audience to Scottish bishops, 107.
-, assurances to sister, 88; Louis writes to, 89; audience to Contarini, 90, 91.
-, Gotier traduces, 93; resents behaviour of France, 97; demands removal of French sequestrations, 98; Frence knows poverty, 99.
-, appoints commissioners for navy, 100; negotiations carried on unknown to, 101, 146, 147.
-, disaffection of people from, 104; angry at idea of rewarding Rusdorf, 105.
-, Holland explains policy to France, 110, 111; returns from country about subsidies, 119.
-, means to help Gabor, 121; Fleming may get useful information for, 123; will not be first to make advances, 124.
-, has many confidants in France, 125; fortunate that people without means to revolt, 126.
-, appoints commissioners for Catholics, 130; will not interfere about Scottish Catholics, 131.
-, aversion to parliament, 137, 144; pope aggrieved with, 139; makes Soubise commander of fleet, 140.
-, will keep word to Dutch, 141; Buckingham aware of necessities, 145; Buckingham joins at Newmarket, 147.
-, ready to treat with Spain, 151; not won over to Spanish negotiations, 152; resented disavowal of Bassompierre, 153, 165, 176.
-, letters to Savoy, 153; London corporation ask to repay loan, 154; talk of imprudence, 156.
-, Joachim to approach about Spanish negotiations, 158; attitude to troops for Rochelle, 160.
-, forced to consider Spanish overtures, 160; remonstrances to about Dunkirkers, 161.
-, displeased at disbanding of Scots company, 162; swayed by first impressions, 163.
-, Joachim offers mediation to, 165; speaks resentfully of killing of fishermen off Rochelle, 166.
-, Buckingham delays speaking to, of Spanish overtures, 167; honours Savoy, 168.
-, Dishington loyal to, 170; harmony with queen, 171, 174; long conference with Buckingham and St. Blancart, 175.
-, very angry at Rusdorf's letters, 178; authority restrained by parliament, 181.
-, gives Quod all he asks, 183; Palatine's desires of, 186; dislikes negotiations with Spain, 186, 195; reported death, 191.
-, not inclined to make Carleton secretary, 186; wants Venice to give up Thurn, 188, 193, 196, 200, 201, 211, 212.
-, esteem for Savoy, 189, 383; Savoy counts on profit from, 209; extols Savoy, 216.
-, licenses privateers, 191, 269; Buckingham conceals truth from, 193; sends compliments to Princess of Piedmont, 198.
-, will not abandon Germany or Palatinate, 194; means to be armed afloat, 205.
-, Venetian representations to about reconciliation, 200; treated badly about Bassompierre, 206.
-, present to Rosencranz, 207; always plunging into deeper straits, 208; wants to see Thurn, 213.
-, glad of money taken from France, 216; will sell honours for money, 217.
-, does not favour Dulbier's demands, 218; will listen to any proposals for reconciliation, 224.
-, Roe's credit with, 222; queen mother writes to, 229; wants to buy Orange, 231.
-, committed to fleet, 225; going to Portsmouth to inspect fleet, 238, 256, 265; will direct fleet operations, 239.
-, asked to mediate with Huguenots, 226; Huguenots fear of offending, 227; promise to about fort St. Louis, 235; guaranteed terms granted to Huguenots, 434, 444, 454, 462, 463.
-, wants to see Father Adrian, 241; not aware of Buckingham seeing Adrian, 255.
-, sorry plight in fleet, does nothing, 243; sends out fleet against Spain, 249.
-, sees Buckingham receive Mendoza concealed, 247; forbids queen to mediate, 247, 248.
-, high opinion of Chevreuse, 248; concession to Contarini, 250, 293; promise of Gabor to, 252.
-, may inspect fleet at Portsmouth, 251; dines on flagship, 268; equips regiments for fleet, 280.
-, entrusts reconciliation with France to Savoy, 254, 388, 395, 404.
-, Montagu to urge not to take measures against France, 257; hand forced by France, 263; preparations against France, 266.
-, cannot bear burden alone, 267; unlikely to make arrangements with Dunkirk without consulting Dutch, 270.
-, asks Savoy to mediate, 274; will be led if Savoy gets arbitration, 296.
-, esteem for Scaglia, 274, 446, 513; propose adjustment with Spain, 277; dependence on Savoy, 304, 342.
-, refuses to release French seamen, 278; confers garter on Orange, 295.
-, leaves important business to Buckingham, 279; absence from London, 292, 312.
-, Montagu speaks to about bank at Lyons, 291; appoints commissioners for trade at Villefranche, 297.
-, will not be first to make overtures, 298; unreasonable to trade with France, 301.
-, likely to seek pretexts for war, 305; knights Catz, 306; orders Wake to ask Venice to keep Denmark, 308.
-, aims at absolute monarchy, 305, 306; gives audience to Salee delegates, 306.
-, ready to help Venice without alliance, 309; orders reinforcements for fleet, 313.
-, Joachim appeals to for reconciliation with France, 314, well disposed to Dutch naval interests, 318.
-, asks emperor's leave to send to diet, 319; Buckingham sends Graham to with news, 320.
-, orders coloured accounts of Buckingham's achievements, 322; greater powers against French, 324.
-, Spaniards want to separate from Dutch, 323; Buckingham threatens to tell of Soubise's deceit, 325.
-, coming to Windsor, 327; well disposed to reconciliation, 333; parliament will give all that asks, 334.
-, Wake gives causes for quarrel with France, 337, 338, 346; Buckingham publishes reasons, 339; Senate wants to know if Wake's office by command of, 340; declaration to Rochellese, 341.
-, writes to Henrietta regreting attack on France, 342; Strozzi goes to pay respects to, 343.
-, Bethune refers to relations with Savoy, 344; Wake to report Venetian desire for reconciliation to, 347.
-, asks London for loan, 350; orders inspection of harbour defences, 351; Joachim tells of capture of Grol, 352.
-, orders Carlisle to accompany queen, 353; regrets diversion against France, 360; very anxious to gratify Savoy about Villefranche, 361, 623.
-, Venice expected to help, 362; French renew Dutch alliance to prevent Dutch helping, 368.
-, Roe asks approval of decree, 371; Danish ambassadors urge to reconciliation with France, reply, 373, 374, 423.
-, will not do anything about reconciliation until Buckingham returns, 374; Danish ambassadors want to negotiate treaty in Netherlands, 375.
-, present to Mantuan ambassador, 377; who has no representations to make to, 378.
-, letter in reply to offices of Dutch, 382, 384, 385.
-, will not be first to make overtures for reconciliation, 383.
-, wants to gratify Savoy about Villefranche, 387; Danish ambassadors find Council harsher than, 389; Danish ambassadors take leave of, 418.
-, reply to Joachim about reconciliation, 390; Louis desires reconciliation with, 396.
-, Spaniards indebted to for wasting fleet at Ré, 398; Bethune blames weakness, 401, 431; pope blames weakness, 402.
-, ships in Netherlands to be used against, 405; removes blockade of Elbe, 407, 408.
-, Richelieu hopes to compel to withdraw fleet, 406; will not listen to peace proposals till St. Martin taken, 407, 408.
-, searches for Bishop of Chalcedon, 408; injured hunting, leaving London, 409.
-, Bethune objects to favouring rebels, 414; Carleton objects to Dutch treatment of, 416.
-, Montagu boasts of forces, 417; view of eastern affairs and Catholic league, 419.
-, gives Burgh state funeral, 420; French believe ruined by relief of St. Martin, 422.
-, Richelieu wants to make terms with, without Buckingham, 426; Scots will fight if attacked, 430.
-, pleased at Venetian offer of mediation, 433, 444; determination about peace due to Buckingham's absence, 434.
-, Zobl sees briefly, fresh audience to Danish ambassadors, 435.
-, gives security on duties of next year, 436; will resent Dutch firing of ship, 437.
-, will not negotiate before St. Martin taken, 442; will never ask for intervention, 444.
-, no idea of reviving claims to French crown, 445; audience to Scaglia, 446.
-, Dutch and Danish ministers despair of help from, 447; memorial of Dutch to, about reconciliation, 449, 450.
-, pledged not to treat without Buckingham, 447; Danish interests correspond with, 456.
-, Rochellese will not receive as lord, 452; not averse from accommodation, 453; Contarini appeals to about reconciliation, 454, 555.
-, French ill treatment of, 459, 461, 464; discovered Spanish deceit at personal risk, 461; letter to from Rochelle, 471n.
-, orders Holland insistently to start, 472; Scaglia wants to order merchants to leave Leghorn, 473.
-, sends Bruce to Ré, 474; Venice approaches about mediation, 475; recalls Montagu, 477, 488.
-, dares do nothing without Buckingham, 482; firm for subjects and Court, 483.
-, Joachim has audience of, and exhorts to peace, 483, 484; great value of Signory's opinion, 485.
-, bears Ré reverse with fortitude, 485; laments loss of colours and officers, 497.
-, kind reception of Buckingham on return from Ré, 499, 508.
-, would be advantage to restrain to defence, 501.
-, articles of Savoy with, for trade at Villefranche, 503–505.
-, will not listen to criticism of Buckingham's operations, 507; pope says should become Catholic, 512.
-, paper from Savoy on position as regards France, 513–515; warns Buckingham of unfriendly Venetian advices, 515.
-, often appears on stage without a part, 517; knows sincerity of Venice, 518.
-, will stake all for Huguenots, 519; cherishes thoughts of vengeance against France, 520.
-, Soubise and Rochelle deputies interview, 521, 522; warmly recommends help for Rochelle, 522.
-, Contarini to urge reconciliation on, 524; reported understanding of Venice with, 526.
-, always attends Council when raising of money discussed, 531; orders account of navy from Admiralty, 531.
-, Dutch remonstrate with for stopping ships, 532; Scaglia seconds efforts to upset Richelieu, 534.
-, wants to continue rupture with France, 535, 546.
-, in no position for hostilities or alliance, 614; close fisted with Scots, 615; wanted to compel subsidies, 616.
-, avoids arduous business, 615; knew nothing of proposed accommodation with Spain, 617; issues letters of marque to merchants, 618.
-, Buckingham takes leave of, 619; issued favourable accounts of Ré, 620; reply to Joachim's overtures, 621.
-, Danish suggestions to, for reconciliation, 622; hopeful of taking St. Martin, 623.
-, succoured Danish ambassadors, 624.
-, (1628):
-, Contarini sees about reconciliation, 541; reply, 542.
-, correspondence with Savoy about intervention, 543; Meaux sees frequently, 544; Meaux not to see, 550.
-, help promised to Denmark, 546, 547; will not allow French to control Dutch, 556.
-, not easily reconciled to parliament, 557; will not hear of parliament, 559.
-, imparts to Council Contarini's representations for reconciliation, 558; pardons those arrested for subsidies, 565.
-, only undertakes to secure Rochelle against enemies, 565; not ill disposed to peace, 570.
-, knew nothing of seizure of Contarini's letters, 571; Contarini has audience of about seizure of leters, 572, 573.
-, disapproval of opening, 574, 603; expresses regret, 576; Contarini told would report seizure, 577.
-, lays affairs of Europe before Council, 575; shields Buckingham about letters, 577.
-, restoration of Bristol to favour with, 581; sailors avoid service for privateering, 582.
-, secretaries not present when attends Council, 584; Henrietta writes welltreated by, 587.
-, sends munitions to Rochelle, 586; letter to doge for Despotini, 592; doge's reply to, 594.
-, persuaded to summon parliament, 589; does not succeed in diverting merchants to Villefranche, 590, 591.
-, Contarini commended for speaking to, of reconciliation, 593; little hope from parliament if means to have supply beforehand, goes off to country diversions, 594; goes to Newmarket, 605.
-, not possible to meet necessities by parliament, asking for loan, 601; Contarini sees about letters, 602; and urges reconciliation on, 602, 603.
-, want of money mitigates harshness, 604; affection for Buckingham, 606.
-, wants owners to bear cost of fitting out ships, 606; does not pay sailors, 607.
-, physician of. See Craig, John.

Charles III, Duke of Lorraine, 501.
-, offices for Palatine, 3, 343; works in vain for peace, 101; deputies from expected at Vienna, 132.
-, ill pleased, 219; will take side of Soissons, 220; efforts to stir up, 239.
-, gentleman of, in England, 228, 278.
-, commissioner of, to diet, 319; English understanding with, 405; Montagu's negotiations with, 426.
-, French hope seizure of Montagu's papers will stop intrigues, 489; supposed to have obtained release of Montagu, 510.
-, offended by seizure of Montagu, 512, 529; Carlisle will serve interests, 521; negotiates for Montagu's release, 525, 528.
-, reports in Paris, 526; Montagu's papers show vanity, 538; reported understanding of Venice with, 551.
-, Montagu to be returned to, 552; Labarre sent to thwart Carlisle's offices with, 561.
-, reported in league against France, 569; French try to mollify about Montagu, 599.
-, disaffection to France, 617; English stir to make trouble in France, 618.

Charles. See Ships, names of.

Charles Emanuel I, Duke of Savoy, 72, 145, 368, 518, 533, 541.
-, (1626):
-, Contarini to observe relations with Buckingham, 3; relation of plans with Buckingham's, 14, 54, 93.
-, Wake guided by caprice of, 12; Swiss get to mediate in France, 15.
-, inclined to recall Scaglia, 37; expresses pleasure at reconciliation of England and France, 46.
-, help for Baden, 47, 51, 59; Baden approaches, 48, 50; Wake's dependence on, 57, 61.
-, Louis confirms assignments to, 71; Baden applied to, 83.
-, (1627):
-, convinced Richelieu means to ruin Scaglia, 94; intrigues, 112.
-, apologises to Morosini, 121; no credit in France, 124; ready to mediate for England with France or Spain, 135, 154.
-, French think allied with Huguenots, 139; France asks to intervene with England, 140.
-, thirst for revenge on France, 148; letters of Charles to, 153, 154.
-, French suspect of fomenting English and Huguenots, 165; offers to mediate not answered, 166.
-, Montagu to see about arbitration, 168; eager to settle differences between Spain and England, 180, 248; England to use for accommodation with Spain, 198.
-, remarks on situation in Europe, 180, 181; Baden expects help from, 189.
-, to be sole mediator between England and France, 192; Montagu's assurance to, 196.
-, wants to strike at Richelieu, 199; hostility to Richelieu, 223, 253, 254, 366, 442, 446; Richelieu does not value interposition, 281.
-, Spaniards reject arbitration, 207; Spaniards try to win, 211, 253; should unite forces against Spain, 243.
-, makes use of Marini, 208; interposition of, 209, 210; wants to make France uneasy, 211.
-, sends Bernsdorf to Thurn, 212; high opinion of Wake, 214; Charles and Buckingham extol, 216.
-, suggests Venetian mediation, 214; French will not accept mediation, 220; Marini to watch, 223.
-, Soissons in league with, 228; embroiling everything, 242; Duchess of Rohan confers with, 295.
-, answer expected from about reconciliation, 233; reply to offers of mediation, 235.
-, hopes to profit by English fleet, 236; hopes and intrigues depend on English fleet, 274; tries to stop fleet sailing, 285; not really anxious to stop fleet, 307.
-, English efforts to stir up, 239; Montagu proposes alliance with England and Venice, 245.
-, Charles entrusts reconciliation with France to, 254, 257, 263, 274, 289, 291, 293, 342, 383, 388, 395, 419, 543.
-, presents to Montagu, 257; Montagu's negotiations with, 259, 363.
-, wants title of king, 257, 314; attitude to English privateering unknown, 270.
-, efforts to get English trade to Villefranche, 258, 291, 297, 386, 420, 431, 477; merchants mistrust, 297, 305, 420, 431, 522.
-, may make relations between England and France worse, 264; dependence of Charles on, 304.
-, wants to be arbiter of reconciliation, 282, 284, 290, 334.
-, unsuccessful in overtures for reconciliation, 284; Venice mistrusts, 302; supports Soissons, 305.
-, need of intervention between England and France, 317; French mistrust, 331, 346, 364, 490, 526, 529; France may trust reconciliation to, 343.
-, lays hands on French ships, 332; cannot do much against Dauphiné, 334; will not move against France, 357, 358.
-, France seizes ships building for, 335, 354; expresses views to Padavin, 336.
-, will second Charles in war with France, 473.
-, rumoured share in Ré expedition, 344; sends to Spain for powers to make accommodation with England and Dutch, 345.
-, criticises military position at St. Martin, 347; opinion on French league with Spain, 348.
-, Venice urges to act for reconciliation, 355; efforts for mediation, 360, 361, 362, 396, 397, 404, 425; France may prefer Venice to, 361.
-, receives news from France, 369; Padavin sees, views on French affairs and reconciliation, 370 371.
-, offer of Richelieu to for mediation, 386; Louis ready for intervention, 396; eager to be arbiter of peace, 404.
-, Charles wants to satisfy about Villefranche, 387, 623; speaks of Montagu's movements, 405; Scaglia relies on approval, 406; esteem of Charles for, 444.
-, Richelieu willing shall begin mediation, 417; Moretta may commit against common weal, 421.
-, French hope differences with Genoa will check, 426; distrusted by Spain and not friendly with France, 432.
-, speaks to Padavin on French affairs, 441, 442; and reconciliation, 442; delusion in policy to France, 447.
-, Montagu has long interviews with, 453; Carleton doubts reconciliation being in hands of, 457.
-, ill served by France, 464; pope tries to stop mediating between France and England, 469, 470.
-, paper about Montagu pleases Louis, 479; English will encourage to make trouble in France, 486.
-, French hope seizure of Montagu's papers will stop intrigues, 489; celebrates victory at Ré, 489, 490, 503.
-, labours for reconciliation without success, 490; agreed with Charles in wish to overthrow French government, 499.
-, articles drawn up by for Villefranche, 503–505; pope likely to dissimulate dislike for, 504.
-, may want to make trouble in Italy, 504; may correspond with Wake at Mantua, 506.
-, Scaglia wants to be alone to reconcile, 516; hopes for profit from Carlisle's mission, 520, 521.
-, French suspect Lorraine more than, 525; papers compromising found on Montagu, 526, 538.
-, arrest of Montagu distasteful to, 529; correspondence of Charles with about intervention, 543.
-, Buckingham's policy centred on, 616; disaffection to France, 617; skilful policy of, 618.
-, efforts for accommodation, 619; hopes to profit by accommodation, 620.
-, (1628):
-, Buckingham urges importance to Denmark, 546; reported understanding of Venice with, 551.
-, thinks French will torture Montagu, 553; Labarre sent to thwart Carlisle's offices with, 561.
-, says will not propose such armistice as English claim, 562; hears English and Dutch have taken to privateering, 568.
-, reported in league against France, 569; efforts to get reparation from France, adjustment with Genoa, 584.
-, concessions do not divert English from Leghorn, 590; Medici do not fear efforts, 591.
-, present to Queen of England, 599; intrigues to make trouble between Denmark and, 602.
-, no favourite of Barberini, 624.

Charnassé, Hercules, Baron of Scenese:
-, writes of fate of attempted relief of Ré, 429.

chase. See hunting.

Chateauneuf, Marquis of. See Aubespine, Charles de 1'.

Châtillon, Count of. See Coligny.

Chaussenans, Sciausenon,—:
-, sent to Italy, 392.

Chavigny Count of. See Bouthillier.

Chempt. See Kemp.

Chentis. See Kentish.

Chevreuse, Duchess of. See Rohan, Maria de.
-, -, Duke of. See Lorraine, Claude de.

Chiaus:
-, sent to Turin to offer galleys against Spain, 362.

Chieri. See Kieri.

Chocler, Arnold, Flemish merchant: fined, 208.

Choiseul, Caesar de, de Praslin, Sieur de Plessis, Presis Pralin:
-, regiment crosses to Ré, 479.

Christian IV, King of Denmark, 127, 287, 311.
-, (1626):
-, new resolve to help, 5; Dutch lament way England misled, 7; English help to, 16, 55, 58, 65.
-, letter of Charles to, 19; fresh efforts, more appeals for help, 23; raising men in Scotland, 28.
-, suspected of negotiating with emperor, 32; wants levy of Scots, 33; letters to Charles complaining, 42.
-, to sign agreement with Gabor, 43; suggestion for Venice to write to, 49; Boet sent to help, 50.
-, Sweden cedes levies to, 56; military operations, 58, 71; writes to Dutch, 65.
-, Morgan promises to come soon, 71; appeal to Venice, 71–74, 82; reply of Senate, 80, 81.
-, (1627):
-, Saxony's proposals to, 79; English delude by talk of diversion, 83, 84; bitter complaints, insists on payment, 87.
-, Dutch help for, 88; means to penetrate into Austria, 103; sends to levy Scots, 105.
-, wants English troops to go overland, 114; fears that may come to terms, 122.
-, letters of, at Vienna, 123; Spanish negotiations contrary to agreement with, 142.
-, France ready to help, 149; forces of, 163; French want to continue war, 170.
-, England would rather see without help, than France relieved of suspicion, 166; promises help to Gabor, 172.
-, bent on liberty of Germany, 178; Margrave of Baden may go to, 179; Wake relates successes of, 181–183.
-, preparing great fleet, 183; reported victory over Tilly, 214; successful operations of forces, 244.
-, mediation would be suspect to France, 184; England would accept interposition, 209.
-, writes to Rosencranz for money and help, 186; English promises to, 207; sends to England for money, 241.
-, wants Thurn from Venice, 188, 193, 194, 196, 201, 211, 212, 282; letter to Venice of credence for Wake, 232, 233.
-, help for Baden, 189; Anstruther to take opinion about going to diet, 194; Baden going to, 197.
-, likely to co-operate with Gabor, 261; Austrian levies against, 266; Scottish troops for, 271.
-, seizes English ships in Elbe, 283; releases English ships and goods, 292.
-, credence for Christian William of Brandenburg, 287; appeals to France for help, 289.
-, fresh instructions to Wake to appeal to Venice, 308, 309; evil plight in Silesia, 320.
-, siege of Groenlo intended to help, 323; bribed to make peace with emperor, 348.
-, must make terms if not helped, 353; takes some places, 361; proposed member of counter league, 362.
-, revival depends on reconciliation of France and England, 364.
-, Charles assures ambassadors of help, 373, 374; should get help from Charles first, 375.
-, sent to England about blockade of Elbe, 377; perilous position, 406, 454, 621, 622; can get no help from England or France, 413; withdraws to safer position, 423.
-, ambassadors go to France to get help for, 419; money owed by Charles to, demanded, 423.
-, Bethune speaks of plight through abandonment, 430, 431; in danger of losing crown through English, 432.
-, Mary de' Medici thanks for intervention, 435; debt of Charles to, 447; resisting alone, 449.
-, cost to England, 460; plans for England and France helping, 462; retreat of, 471, 484, 487.
-, sends Keith to warn Scottish levies, 474; report of victory, 493; Buckingham assures of help, 500.
-, French feel need of protecting, 509; Buckingham considers ruined, 519.
-, ships asked for from England, 522; Charles means to help, 542; French subsidy to, 543.
-, merchants of Amsterdam to arm ships for, 545.
-, (1628):
-, not disheartened, hopes for spring, 561; hopeful letter to Anstruther, 563.
-, sends minister with Dutch ambassadors extraordinary, 575; foresees ruin and takes measures, 576.
-, hopeful defensive position, 585; offers interposition, but suspect to French, 617.
-, an unfortunate friend of England, 619; pressure of Austrians on, 623.

Christian, son of Christian IV of Denmark, 189.
-, king leaves in charge, 182.

Christian, Duke of Lüneburg, Lunenburg:
-, faces Baden near Havelberg, 375.

Christian William of Brandenburg, administrator of Magdeburg, Mademburgh, Maetemburg, Prince of Brandenburg and Halberstadt, Margrave of Brandenburg, Bishop of Halle, 309, 311, 330n, 336.
-, general of forces in Silesia, 232, 287, 302.
-, Wake expects at Padua, 234; Wake announces coming to Venice, 287; reception at Venice, 289, 302, 304, 375.
-, Roe hopes will help cause, 262; plans of, 271.
-, thanks Venice, 308; gratified at reception, 349; wants Turks to join Gabor, 364.
-, Wake tells signory result of mission, 459; Venice prepares for return, 465, 476, 485; back at Venice, 492; thanks to Venice, 495.
-, Roe tells bailo of mission, 470; councillor of removed at Hamburg, 481.

Christina, Princess of Piedmont, Madame, 395.
-, should mediate between Louis and Charles, 156; Montagu pays respects to, 198; celebrates victory of Ré, 489, 513.
-, offers ransom for Montagu, 529; letter to Henrietta against Richelieu, 553.
-, queen mother sends Labarre to, 561; present to Henrietta, 599n.

Christopher, younger son of the Margrave of Baden Durlach:
-, travelling towards France, 179.

Chur, Coire [Grisons, Switzerland], 3, 273.
-, Wake sees leading men of Grisons at, 7, 15; Preaux leaves for Solothurn, 48; Fleming at, 123, 155.

Cigala, il, merchant:
-, accused of murdering Bostanghi, 299.

cinnamon:
-, Venetian duty on reduced, 36.

Cinque Ports:
-, advantage to Buckingham in being Warden, 106.

cipher:
-, efforts of Buckingham to unravel Venetian, 571, 572.

Ciswitz. See Kisucza.

Ciuran, Iseppo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 440.

Clarke, Clerk, Clerch, le Clerc, Edward, 122.
-, Buckingham sends to Paris, 69, 236, 254; expected back, 77.
-, negotiating agreement with Spain, 85; returns, 92, 104; thought to have seen Mirabel, 93, 100.
-, Zorzi to watch, 106; passes whole morning with Buckingham, 113; Gerbier stops return, 117.

clergy:
-, French and Spaniards want to raise money from, 604.
-, Catholic, in England:
-, quarrel with Bishop of Chalcedon, 408.

Clerk. See Clarke.

Clermont, George de, Marquis of Galerand:
-, negotiations of Richelieu with, 397.

Cleves, Duchy of:
-, emperor means to restore Leopold to, 162; Austrians use to embroil with emperor, 266; Infanta urges forays in, 474.

Clinton, Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln:
-, prosecuted for not paying subsidy, 126, 154; will not appear before Council, 130; committed to Tower, 161.

Clochir, Arnold, Flemish merchant, 18.

cloth, 174.
-, Venetian duty on, 57; Leghorn mart for English, 156.
-, sale of English not to be forbidden in Cephalonia, 173; suggested prohibition, 214, 215.
-, Florentine trade in, 222; English have difficulty in disposing of, 352.
-, unladed from English ships, 355; Villefranche might be mart for English, 432.
-, Venetian Levant islands not to buy foreign, 440; Baronis buys at Villefranche, 579.
-, report of Five Savii on prohibition of foreign, 586.
-, Dutch, 219.
-, Kerseys, 213, 214, 355, 440.
-, London, 399.
-, Venetian, 440.
-, woollen, 283.
-, of gold, 591, 599n.

cloves:
-, from East Indies, 13; reduction of duty on, 36.

coach:
-, Duchess of Buckingham presents to queen, 167.

cod:
-, taken to Villefranche, 579.

Coen, Can, Cun, John Pietersen:
-, English demand punishment, 218; Carleton demands recall, 240.

Cœuvres, Marquis of. See Estrées.

Coiffier, Antoine, de Ruzé, Marquis of Effiat, Fiat:
-, does not want peace with England, 428; confirms promises of Louis for marriage, 461.

Coiffy, Quefi [Haute Marne, France]:
-, Massura sent to, to fetch Montagu, 510.

coinage:
-, debasement proposed, 559, 614; English best in world, 619.

Coire. See Chur.

Coke, Sir Edward:
-, Countess of Pembroke daughter of, 565n.
-, -, Sir John, secretary of state, 459n.
-, insists on Moulins going, 297; not concerned with foreign affairs, 312.
-, Contarini speaks to about seizure of Moulin's letters, 313; Moulin's letters sent to, 315.
-, Contarini sees about consulage, 371; asks Joachim for help against Dunkirkers, 377.
-, Contarini thanks about Roe, and speaks to about reconciliation, 420.
-, blamed for failure at Ré, 499; to bring back letters to Contarini, 572; apologises for seizure, 576, 577; promises redress, suggests Contarini need not write to Venice about it, 577; tells Contarini advices from France, 602.

Coligny, Gaspar de, Count of Châtillon, marshal of France, 325.
-, ordered to meet Dutch ambassadors, 562.

Colmar, Alsace [German Empire]:
-, commissioner sent to, 319.

Cologne [German Empire]:
-, Prodromus Vindictœ published at, 87; Mansfelt's death published at, 90.

Comar. See Komorn.

Comberfort, John, gunner of the William John:
-, deposition about Barbary, 117, 118.

commissioners to treat with Bassompierre:
-, do not answer his paper, 4; reply of, 8; inform king, 9.
-, for navy:
-, appointed, 100.
-, for Scottish affairs, 102.
-, for grievances of Catholics, 130.
-, for sale of French goods:
-, purchase goods for selves, 176.
-, for trade with Villefranche, 297, 305.
-, to negotiate with delegates from Salee pirates, 306.
-, See also ambassadors.

Common Pleas, chief justice of. See Hobart; Richardson.

Commons, House of, Lower House:
-, proposal to exclude lawyers from, 589; Buckingham tries to secure favourable, 605.

Como [Prov. Como, Italy], 8.

Compiègne [Oise, France]:
-, treaty of, question of renewing, 157; Dutch will not abandon, 163; Carleton may try to prevent renewal, 164; Richelieu urges renewal, 179; French keep altering, 192; Carleton to hinder renewal, 229; Dutch undecided about renewing, 237; in suspense, 276.
-, both French and Dutch desire renewal, 333; new alliance based on, 353.
-, new alliance to be exactly like, 414.

Comptroller of the Household. See Saville, Sir John.

Conche. See Conquet.

Condé, Prince of. See Bourbon Conde, Henry II de.

Congregation de propaganda fide
-, introduced by Gregory XV, 408, 622.

Coni, Cuneo [Prov. Coni, Italy]:
-, canal to be made at, 386.

Conlembergh. See Konigsberg.

Conquet, le, Conche [Finistere, France]:
-, English raid on, 212, 216, 219, 223, 229, 255; English fleet doubles, 295.

Constable of France. See Bonne.

Constantia, Queen of Poland:
-, wants firstborn preferred in succession, 30.

Constantinople [Turkish Empire], 91, 92, 172, 326, 375, 392, 581, 607.
-, news from, 25, 38, 75, 173, 407, 413, 492.
-, money for Gabor to be paid at, 44, 52; bailo stopped unlading of ship at, 371; Levant Co. pays ambassadors at, 372; Roe's decree dated at, 373; English goods taken to, 399.
-, English fleet (merchant) for, 568.
-, Wyche starts for, 576.
-, English highly esteemed at, 597.
-, Arsenal, 14.
-, church of Our Lady, 566.
-, patriarch of. See Cyril Lucar; Isaac.
-, Venetian instructions to representatives at, 2, 179, 260, 428, 458, 535, 552.

consulage:
-, Venetian merchants forbidden to pay, 158; Contarini's negotiations with Council about, 371–373; Roe's decree upon, 373, 499.
-, Council approves Roe's action about, 391, 428; payment at Constantinople, 399; Senate advises bailo about, 458; Council's decree upon, 498; only claimed of recent years, 505.
-, Venice cannot resist Roe's decree, 506; ministers promise not to write to Wake about, 523.

consuls, 438.
-, See also ambassadors.

Contarini, Alvise, Venetian ambassador in England, 14, 19, 139, 180, 440, 449, 505, 508, 525, 569.
-, despatches to the Senate, 4, 8, 11, 20, 22, 30, 32, 35, 38, 42, 51, 54, 59, 62, 67, 75, 76, 83, 85, 90, 92, 97, 100, 104, 110, 113, 118, 123, 127, 129, 135, 141, 145, 147, 151, 153, 158, 160, 165, 175, 177, 183, 185, 204, 206, 215, 217, 224, 226, 229, 237, 240, 242, 245, 248, 250, 255, 265, 268, 277, 281, 284, 290, 291, 295, 304, 311, 313, 320, 322, 326, 340, 349, 371, 373, 376, 378, 389, 406, 418, 423, 431, 432, 434, 445, 447, 454, 471, 473, 482, 483, 485, 497, 499, 515, 518, 520, 530, 532, 536, 541, 544, 546, 558, 564, 571, 575, 576, 581, 583, 588, 594, 601, 604, 605.
-, -to Proveditori of Mint, 284.
-, communications with Morosini, 154.
-, - with Simon Contarini, 23, 25.
-, - with Zorzi, 41, 112, 146, 147, 206, 258, 391, 534, 540, 544.
-, - with Moro, 133.
-, - with Soranzo, 146, 152, 164, 302, 391, 545.
-, evades discussing Baden, 5; conversation with Rosencranz, 23; Carleton asks to see advices, 24.
-, writes about interpreter, 35, 36; Bassompierre visits, 40, 41; Buckingham tells of negotiations, 51, 52.
-, complains of scarcity, 55; tries to allay feeling against France, 69, 98.
-, defends Venice about alleged diversion, 84; audience of king, 90, 91; efforts to reconcile England and France, 104.
-, invited to queen's masque, 107; conversation with Holland, 110–112; conversation with Buckingham, 129.
-, petitions for relief, 124; Joachim tells of Spanish overtures, 141, 145; sees Carleton upon this, 144.
-, Pembroke speaks to of Spanish negotiations, 152; suggested shall instigate queen to mediate, 176.
-, approves idea of queen's mediation, 177; Dishington takes letters to France, 192.
-, avoids Garter ceremony, 217; way of sending despatches, 237; Buckingham calls on before sailing, 265.
-, work for reconciliation, 224–226, 240, 243, 266, 267, 433, 434, 454, 455, 518–520, 587.
-, need for reserve about mediation, 296; advice to Moulins, 297; distress at absence of advices, 307.
-, speaks to Coke about seizure of Moulins' letters, 313; correspondence with Moulins, 313, 315.
-, letter to Valancé, 327; the only ambassador away from Court, 343; interviews Joachim, 352.
-, sends to meet Danish ambassador, 353; dealings with Council about consulage, 371–373, 498.
-, discussion with Danish ambassadors, 374–376; difference with Strozzi about precedence, 378–380, 428.
-, asks instructions about dealings with Scaglia, 391; asks vote for couriers, 459, 585; vote for couriers, 465.
-, returns thanks for Roe's action, 420; reports on design to move trade to Villefranche, 431; and trade of Leghorn, 432.
-, courtesies to Zobl, 446; letters to Valanzé, 449, 545, 548; Scaglia complains of treatment, 473.
-, pays respects to Buckingham on return from Ré, 499; Buckingham taxes about unfriendly advices, 515–518.
-, suspects intrigues of Scaglia, 516, 517; warns Zorzi about Scaglia, 523.
-, Dutch ambassadors want introduction to, 527; writes to Vianuol about Dudley, 537.
-, speaks to Charles about reconciliation, 541, 542; and to Buckingham, 543; tries to keep Danish ambassadors firm about reconciliation, 547.
-, Buckingham suggests league to, 549; conversation with Carlisle on French war, 559, 560.
-, sends secretary to Dover about letters, 564; letters seized in England, 571; audience of king about, 572–574; Coke apologises to, 576; and promises satisfaction, 577.
-, will try to get orders to prevent English ships attacking Venetian subjects, 578; speaks to Conway on subject, 581, 582.
-, Carleton believes will have satisfaction about letters, 593; office with king about letters and reconciliation, 602, 603; decree of Council giving satisfaction to about letters, 604, 605; Gabor's nephew visits, 607.
-, notes for a relation of England, 614–625.
-, secretary of. See Agostini.
-, -, Anzolo, Venetian ambassador extraordinary to England, 30.
-, Venetian ambassador at Rome, 456.
-, despatches, 252, 274, 325, 331, 343, 357, 365, 367, 380, 394, 401–403, 413, 424, 429, 430, 452, 477, 494, 501–503, 511, 512, 525, 529, 540, 580, 590, 608.
-, bailo to write to for Archbishop of Smyrna, 300; efforts for reconciliation of France and England, 344, 394, 401, 413, 414, 502; reports on supposed league between France and Spain, 357, 365–368.
-, pope tells of relief of St. Martin, 402; offers Bethune congratulations about Ré, 501.
-, pope shows over Vatican, 511.
-, -, Piero, Venetian ambassador at Rome, 8.
-, despatches, 139.
-, -, Simon, Venetian ambassador in France, 8.
-, despatches, 1, 7, 14, 29, 45, 64.
-, communications with Alvise Contarini, 23, 25.
-, -,—, Procurator, 607.

Convertive. See Ships, names of.

Conway, Edward, Lord, Secretary of State, 86, 185.
-, speaks to Joachim about troops for Denmark, 2; source of reports about Baden, 12; resentful of French action, 31.
-, opinion about Wyche, 75; creature of Buckingham, 83; to re-assure Joachim about Spanish negotiations, 100.
-, speaks to Contarini about helping Denmark, 131; ignorant of Spanish overtures, 142; calls Buckingham Judas, 143.
-, colloquy with Joachim not relished, 146, 151; says Savoy's offers of mediation never answered, 166.
-, made Viscount Killultagh, 177; unwilling to give up secretary-ship, 187; may lose post, 214.
-, asks Contarini to support Wake, 230; speaks about Thurn, 282; insists on Moulins going, 297.
-, absent with king, 312; Danish ambassadors wait for information from, 374.
-, goes to see to defences of Isle of Wight, 390; Contarini confers with about reconciliation, 433, 434; wrote Montagu's instructions, 434.
-, Contarini speaks to about privateers in Mediterranean, 581, 582; journal of Montagu to, found by French, 593; at Council about letters, 605.

coopers, art of, at Zante, 294.

cordage. See rope.

Cordova, Don Gonzales Fernandez de, Don Gonzales, governor of Milan:
-, goes to inspect positions at Riva, 8; at Gravedona, 29.
-, suspicious of France and England, 288; passport for Montagu, 388, 397.
-, French not pleased with arrangements for Valtelline, 413; sends forces towards Monferrat, 538.

Coreille, Coreglie, Correglie, Coreglia [Charente Inferieure, France], 439.
-, Rochellese occupy, 339; Angoulême occupies, 354; not yet seized, 380.
-, distance from St. Louis, 442; Louis master of, 564.

Corfu, island, 560.
-, accounts of, 108; English ships unlade at, 355.

corn:
-, unpopularity of tax on in France, 302; French trade in, 549.

Cornaro, Cornelio, Giovanni, Doge of Venice, 171.
-, replies to Wake, 16, 26, 48, 49, 172, 173, 181, 182, 188, 189, 196, 197, 203, 232, 309, 318, 347, 459, 485.
-, letter of Boet to, 50; letter of Wake to, for Denmark, 72; letter of Denmark to, 233.
-, statement of Wake to about quarrel with France, 463; remarks on Ré, 492.
-, reply to English secretary, 495; letter of Charles to, for Despotini, 592.

Coron. See Koroni.

coronation medal:
-, device on, 16.

coronation in Scotland:
-, Charles promises, 102.

Correglie. See Coreille.

Correr, Corraro, Marc Antonio, Venetian ambassador extraordinary to England, 357.

corsairs. See pirates.

Corsi, Florentine merchant, 204.

Corsini, Florentine merchant, 204.

Cortaumer, Cortumer, Marquis of.
-, See St. Simon.

Coruna [Prov. Galicia, Spain]:
-, East Indiamen going to, 72; Federigo of Toledo in no hurry to go to, 363; Spanish fleet assembling at, 388, 389, 435.
-, queen mother asks Mirabel about galleons from, 476; Spanish fleet not got beyond, 479.
-, Dunkirkers not to join ships at, 494; fleet very ill found, 512.

cottimo, Venetian duty, 57, 158, 505.
-, paid at Constantinople, 399.

Cottington, Sir Francis:
-, partisan of Austria, 85; frequenting Court, 100; may go to Spain with Spanish Dominican, 545.

cotton, 213, 224.
-, from East Indies, 13.

Council, the Privy, 54, 61, 292.
-, (1626):
-, Dutch resent behaviour, 1; occupied with subsidies, 5, 11; assignments on queen's dowry, 10, 21.
-, Buckingham changes decrees, 22; members sent to collect subsidies, 33, 55, 62, 70, 75, 78.
-, want to help Gabor, 35; merchants clamour to for reprisals against France, 39.
-, Buckingham overrules in French negotiations, 40; Venetian representations to, 50, 51.
-, against allowing privateering against France, 68.
-, (1627):
-, Contarini deplores bickerings with France to, 92; king sits in about naval preparations, 93; Exeter promoted to, 94.
-, superseded for naval affairs, 100; no quorum left in London, 108; away in country, 113.
-, refusers of subsidy summoned before, 114; Lincoln summoned before, 126; Lincoln before, 154.
-, confusion in, 118; give money to rioters, 125; danger of opposing Buckingham, 128.
-, Lincoln will not appear before, 130; inform Joachim of Spanish overtures, 141, 145, 147.
-, discuss quarrel with France, 151; question of opening trade with Denmark must go before, 178.
-, go to city about subsidy, 187; division in about French policy, 195; formula for Amboyna affair, 207.
-, give up idea of fleet going to Mediterranean, 278; exertions about reprisals, 279.
-, write to Hales about Villefranche, 305; absorbed in present emergencies, 312; Charles assembles about reinforcements for fleet, 313; decide on reinforcements, 342.
-, Joachim appeals to about reconciliation, 322; to meet at Windsor, 327; refuse written reply to Dutch ambassador, 350.
-, depend on private passions and interests, 352; Buckingham arranges to keep Carlisle away from, 353.
-, dealings with Contarini about consulage, 371, 372, 428; release Dutch ships seized, 377.
-, Danish ambassadors find harsher than king, 389; Danish ambassadors not visited by, 406.
-, approve Roe's action about consulage, 391; could not do more for Spain if composed of Spaniards, 407.
-, Danish ambassadors have four audiences of, 418; invite merchants to trade at Villefranche, 431.
-, proposal in to send money to Venice for Gabor, 419; Dutch and Danish ambassadors despair of help from, 447; meet about reports from Ré, 448.
-, disapprove of army spending winter at Ré, 472; opposition in to trade arrangements with Dunkirk, 473.
-, to raise money from crown lands, 482; decree about consulage, 498.
-, king and Buckingham always attend when discuss raising money, 530; discuss answer to Danish ambassadors, 532; opposed to liberties of privateers, 536.
-, Charles tells of Contarini's offices about peace, 558; no comment made in about proposal to summon parliament, 559; parliament discussed in, 588.
-, meet daily to raise money, 565, 575, 584; passport for Venetian packets, 571, 572.
-, knew nothing of seizure of Venetian packets, 571; French punctually acquainted with secrets of, 573.
-, privateers abuse intentions of, 582; decision to confiscate all French merchandise, 595.
-, decree about Venetian letlers seized, 605; Dutch ambassadors entertained in Hall of, 606.
-, Wimbledon admitted to, 607; no satisfactory reply to Danish ambassadors, 623.
-, clerk of. See Meautys, Thomas.
-, secretary to. See Becher, Sir William.
-, of War, 114.
-, the Great:
-, to meet at Windsor, 327.

count duke. See Guzman, Gasper de, Count of Olivares.

counterpanes:
-, from East Indies, 13.

Coure. See Estrées, Francis Hannibal d', Marquis of Cœuvres.

couriers:
-, robbed, 94, 132, 577.
-, money for, 108, 139, 290, 465, 585.
-, of Moulins, released, 312; seizure of, 313, 315; Contarini asks vote for, 409.
-, to be set up between Turin and Nice, 505.
-, See Baetz; Leind.

Courtaumer, Marquis of. See St. Simon, Cyrus Antoine de.

Cracow, Galicia, 172.

Craig, Dr. John, the king's physician:
-, dismissed for remarks about Ré, 530.

Crassa, Stefano and Florio:
-, Cesy questions about Metaxa, 597.

Crems. See Graham.

Creniz. See Kremnitz.

Crete, Candia, island, 191, 409.
-, accounts of, 108; oil laded at, 273; ships from, 410, 412; prohibition of foreign cloth in, 586.
-, Proveditore General of. See Morosini, Francesco.

Crevecœur, Crevacore, Baron:
-, sent to Paris about ports for Spanish ships, 399.

Crew, Sir Randal, chief justice of the King's Bench:
-, Charles removes, 33, 55; Hyde replaces, 137.

Crichi, M. di. See Blanchefort de Crequy.

crown lands:
-, sale of, 62, 614; proposed sale of in city, 350; no one will buy, to be mortgaged, 482, 618.
-, negotiations with London companies for sale, 530, 545.

Cueva, Alonso de la, Marquis of Bedmar, Cardinal Lacueva, Spanish ambassador in Flanders:
-, writes to Osona, 103; recommends Philip to employ whole power in Germany and leave Dutch alone, 376; advises departure of Dunkirk ships, 476.
-, -, Francesco Fernandez della, Duke of Albuquerque:
-, negotiates league between France and Spain, 346.

Cun. See Coen.

Cuneo. See Coni.

currants, 400.
-, conspiracy to keep price down, 18, 46.
-, trade at Zante, 117, 439; English monopolise trade at Cephalonia, 173, 214; fines for monopolising, 208.
-, buying for re-sale forbidden, 174; farm of duty on, 276; good harvest, 298.
-, price of, 298, 299; Rucani increased returns from duty on, 319; at Cephalonia, 349.
-, ships to lade must take cargoes to Venice, 371, 440; crop diminished by rain, 382.
-, illegal compact about between English and Flemings, 389; good harvest at Zante, 398.
-, value of duties on to Venice, 389.

Curtenbach, Colonel, 244.

Curumalo, Constantin, of Zante, 272.

Cusac, M. de:
-, gets into Ré with relief, 422.

Cusein Effendi:
-, ambassadors approach about peace with emperor, 262, 277; tells Roe peace necessary, 493.

Custoius, M. de:
-, does not give satisfaction in getting French ship from Dutch, 586.

customs duties:
-, king pledges for loan, 436.

Cyprus, island of, 213.
-, Venetians hire ship for, 505.

Cyril Lucar, Greek Patriarch at Constantinople:
-, friendly with Roe, 260; sends Greek books to cousin in London, 356; preaches regularly against Jesuits, 466; Caimecan gave license to print, 567.



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