Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury:
-, allowed to take seat in parliament, 45; saves parliament from dissolution, 84.
-, restored to favour, 459; Venice congratulates, 499.
-, at Scios, 149.
-, -, Carahan d', merchant, 483.
-, -, Mehemet di, merchant, 483.
Achins. See Hawkins.
-, Dutch. See Hein, Piet.
-, English. See Bertie, Robert, Earl of Lindsey.
-, French. See Estampes, Achille d', Sieur de Valencay; Lorraine, Charles de, Duke of Guise.
-, Rochellese. See Brinault.
-, Spanish. See Fernandina, Duke of; Oquendo, Antonio de; Ribera, Francesco; Toledo, Federigo de.
Admiral, Lord High, of England, 556.
-, Commons want to appoint another, 59; parliament remonstrates about increased authority, 172; office put in commission, 337.
-, See Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham.
Admiralty, Lords Commissioners of, 380, 555.
-, Contarini speaks to, about Digby, 418, 569; conference with about goods taken on Jonas, 577–579.
-, -, Court:
-, judge of. See Marten, Sir Henry.
-, Digby appeals to, 543; Venice does not want Digby case decided by, 548, 587.
Adriatic, the Gulf, 79, 133, 177, 203.
-, English consider navigation difficult, 59; fear pirates may enter, 77.
-, Spaniards not sending fleet to, 120.
Adoch, Adliot. See Haddock.
Aerssens, Francis, Lord of Sommelsdijk, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to France:
-, Louis will receive well, 7; reception, 24.
-, fruitless negotiations, 50, 52, 57. Espesses not really to treat with, 65.
-, communication with colleagues in England, 70, 186, 190, 338, 459, 464.
-, Louis hints understanding with Spain to, 71; reports settlement impossible, 76; report of progress, 92, 161.
-, to approach queen mother, 237; will work hard to prevent overtures falling through, 239.
-, cannot treat with Richelieu, 243; piqued by Venetian negotiations for reconciliation. 351.
-, Palatine offends Dutch by not calling on, 407; reports reply to Montagu, 423.
-, report of French fleet, 441; report of Richelieu's idea of starting chartered companies, 447.
-, reports nuncio's efforts for peace of France, 447; Richelieu tells of steps about Italy, 465.
-, assurances to, 469; suggestion about St. Esprit, 487, 488; project of peace shown by Richelieu to, 489, 490; has permission to return, 531; leaves France, 538, 539; expected at Hague, 546.
-, wants to spoil Anglo-French peace, through jealousy, 561; back at Hague, 565; scant satisfaction of, made public, 585.
Agents. See Ambassadors.
Agiazza. See Ajas.
Agostini, Augustini, Agustini, Girolamo, secretary of the Venetian ambassador in England, 105, 123, 152, 316, 363, 373, 579.
-, sent to Dover about seized letters, 31; complains to mayor, 32; says ambassador will not accept reparation offered, 43.
-, Contarini sending to France, 231, 234, 235, 243, 288, 289, 291, 317; Buckingham detains, 242, 260.
-, Contarini recommends for services, 500; sent to visit Carlisle, 513.
Agucchia, —, Archbishop of Amasia, papal nuncio at Venice, 585.
-, representations against Metaxa, 202.
Agustini. See Agostini.
Ajas, l'Agiazza, on Gulf of Alexandretta, 385.
-, ready to hire out ship, 142.
Albania. See Venice, Proveditore General in Dalmatia and.
-, accused of stealing Hyde's silk, 37; case to go before Lords of Night, 38, 50.
Albuquerque, Duke of. See Cueva, Francesco Fernandez della.
Aldringer, Altringher, John, Austrian general:
-, besieging Krempe, 411.
Alemano. See Cristofforo.
Aleppo, Syria, 79, 247, 248, 366.
-, despatches dated at, 148, 162, 181, 404, 449.
-, news from, 203, 481.
-, Baghdad caravan expected at, 54; measures expected against English at, because of Scanderoon affair, 138, 140, 146, 148, 508; English mulcted at, 323, 550, 584; Venetians to resist impositions at, 519.
-, Beglerbey of. See Mehemet Pasha.
-, Cadi of, 482.
-, -, report on Scanderoon affair, 482.
-, consul at, English. See Kirkham, Edward; Potton, Thomas; Wandesford, John.
-, -, French. See Pari, Luigi di.
-, -, Venetian. See Pesaro, Alvise da ca; Salamon, Bernardo (vice).
-, English merchants at, 481.
-, Naippo of, 482.
-, Pasha of, 146, 162, 246, 574, 575.
-, -, extorts money from English, 163, 244.
Alessandria [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, ready to surrender to French, 585; Cordova selects place d'armes near, 596.
Alexandretta, Iskanderun, Scanderoon, Scalderona, Syria, Turkish Empire, 210, 280, 281, 321, 322, 343n, 403.
-, English ships at, 83; English merchants at, 102; English ships from, 117, 426.
-, Digby's fight with Venetians at, 136–142, 147, 180, 181, 203, 240, 244, 246, 247, 258, 345, 380, 437, 441, 574, 586, 594; Digby remains at, 146; Digby sails from, 161, 162.
-, Venetian galeasses leave, 303, 342; damage suffered by Digby's ships at, 319.
-, Venetians impress affair on Turks, 346, 366; Capello's report on affair, delayed. 385.
-, Charles remonstrates with Contarini about affair of, 417.
-, Digby's account of affair, 443, 444, 507–509; further trouble about, at Aleppo, 449.
-, appeal to Vizier about affair of, 481; enquiry upon action at, 482, 483.
-, Digby justifies action at, 538.
-, Aga of. See Riscan.
-, despatches dated at, 146, 164.
Alexandria, Egypt, 28, 79, 142, 281, 334.
-, ships from, 336.
-, merchants with business at, have leave to hire foreign ships, 575.
Algiers, North Africa, 74.
-, state of affairs at, 65; Digby at, 78; war with Tunis, 159.
-, Levant Co. makes arrangement with pirates of, 395.
-, proclamation to forbear hostilities against, 395, 396.
Alicante, Alicant [Prov. Valencia, Spain]:
-, ship laded at, 526, 548, 549, 554, 568, 574.
-, taxed at double for subsidy, 104.
Alincourt, Sieur d'. See Neufville.
Alington, Alinton, John, nephew of Carlisle:
-, ill of smallpox at Padua, 257; dies, 277.
Alps, 284, 596.
-, more easily crossed in winter, 528; English do not believe in French crossing, 560; Louis determined to cross, 567, 585.
Altdorf [Canton Uri, Switzerland], 468.
Altringher. See Aldringer.
Amasia [Asia Minor], Archbishop of. See Agucchia.
-, presents to, 123, 124, 178, 581, 596.
-, appointment of, 185, 216, 219.
-, follow Charles, 226.
-, treatment of extraordinary, at Venice, 246; choice of, for England, and treatment, 259.
-, manifest of Charles to, 379; point out unwisdom of dissolution of parliament, 581.
-, compliment Charles on queen's pregnancy, 600.
Ambassadors, agents, bailo, commissioners, consuls, envoys, papal nuncios, residents, secretaries:
-, Danish, to England. See Brahe, George; Fonsberg (agent); Rosencranz, Pallas; Thomassen, Christian.
-, Danish, to France. See Zobel.
-, Danish, to Netherlands. See Scultetus (agent).
-, Danish, to Venice. See Kratz, Joachim.
-, Dutch, in England. See Joachim, Albert; Pauw, Adrian (extraordinary); Randuich (extraordinary).
-, Dutch, in France. See Aerssens, Francis (extraordinary); Boetzelaer, Gideon van; Vosberghen, Gaspar von (ex-traordinary).
-, Dutch, at Porte. See Haagen, Cornelius van.
-, Dutch, at Venice. See Lyere, William van, Sieur d' Oosterwijck.
-, Dutch, at Zante (consul). See Engelbronner.
-, English, at Aleppo. See Kirkham, Edward; Potton, Thomas; Wandesford, John (consuls).
-, English, in Flanders. See Hay, James, Earl of Carlisle.
-, English, to France. See Montagu, Walter (envoy).
-, English, at Hamburg. See Anstruther, Sir Robert.
-, English, to the Netherlands, See Carleton, Dudley, Lord; Carleton, Dudley (agent); Hay, James, Earl of Carlisle; Vane, Sir Henry (envoy).
-, English, at Porte. See Roe, Sir Thomas; Wyche, Sir Peter.
-, English, to Savoy. See Gerbier, Balthasar (envoy); Hales, Anthony (secretary); Hay, James, Earl of Carlisle; Wake Sir Isaac.
-, English, to Spain. See Porter, Endymion (envoy).
-, English, with Swiss. See Fleming, Oliver (resident).
-, English, at Venice. See Carleton, Dudley, Lord; Hay, James, Earl of Carlisle (extraordinary); Rowlandson, Thomas (secretary); Wake, Sir Isaac; Wilkinson, John (secretary).
-, English, at Zante. See Seguro, Agesilao (consul).
-, Flanders, at Porte (i.e. Dutch). See Haagen.
-, Flanders, to Spain. See Rubens, Peter Paul (envoy).
-, Florence, to England. See Salvetti, Amerigo.
-, French, at Aleppo. See Pari, Luigi di (consul).
-, French, to Bavaria. See Marcheville.
-, French, to Denmark. See Charnassé, Hercules, Baron of.
-, French, to England. See Bassompierre, Francis; Meaux; Moulin, du (secretary); Varinieres, John, de, Sieur de Blainville.
-, French, in Flanders. See Bar, Sieur de Baugy.
-, French, to Mantua. See Landel (envoy).
-, French, in Netherlands. See Bar, Sieur de Baugy; 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 Estampes Achille d'; Marini, Claudio; Rechignevoisin, John de, Sieur de Guron.
-, French, in Spain. See Angennes, Charles d', Sieur de Fargis; Bautru, Guillaume de.
-, French, to Swiss. See Bassompierre, Francis.
-, French, at Venice. See Aubespine, Sieur de Preaux; Briançon, Louis de, Sieur de la Saludie; Maggi (secretary); Mesmes, Claude de, Sieur d'Avaux.
-, Gabor. See Transsylvania.
-, imperial, to Hanse Towns. See Schwartzenberg.
-, imperial, to Mantua. See Nassau, Count John of (commissioner).
-, imperial, to Porte. See Kuffstein, Hans Ludwig von.
-, imperial, to Spain. See Khevenhuller, Francis Christopher, Count of.
-, legate. See papal legate.
-, Lorraine, to France. See Lorraine, Louis de, Prince of Pfaltzbourg.
-, Mantua, to England. See Gazolo. Count Antonio da.
-, Mantua, to France. See Gazolo, Count (extraordinary); Priandi (resident).
-, Muscovy, to England. 433.
-, papal legate at Ferrara, 264.
-, nuncio. See papal nuncio.
-, papal nuncio, in France. See Bagni.
-, papal nuncio, in Savoy. See Gallo.
-, papal nuncio, in Spain. See Panfilo, Giovanni Battista.
-, papal nuncio to the Swiss. See Scappi.
-, papal nuncio, at Venice. See Agucchia.
-, Savoyard, to England. See Baroccio, Pietro Lorenzo (secretary); Livron, Henry de, Marquis Villa; Lolin, Marquis of; Scaglia, Alessandro, Abbot.
-, Savoyard, in France. See Bianderat, Pietro (secretary); Moretta, Count of.
-, Savoyard, in Flanders. See Scaglia, Alessandro, Abbot.
-, Savoyard, at Rome. See San Giorgio, Count Guido.
-, Savoyard, in Spain. See Scaglia, Alessandro, Abbot.
-, Spanish, in France. See Messia, Diego (extraordinary); Ramires, Lorenzo (extraordinary); Toledo y Davila, Antonio de, Marquis of Mirabel.
-, Spanish, at Genoa. See Monroy y Zuniga, Sancho, Marquis of Castagnedo.
-, Spanish, to Germany. See Castro, Count of.
-, Spanish, at Rome. See Fonseca, Manuel de, Count of Monterey.
-, Spanish, in Savoy. See Merti, Francesco.
-, Swedish, to Gabor. See Farensbach, Wolmar, Count of.
-, Swedish, in England. See Spence, Sir James.
-, Swedish, in the Netherlands. See Camerarius.
-, Transylvanian, at Porte. See Todolachi.
-, Tuscan. See Florentine.
-, Venetian, at Aleppo. See Pesaro, Alvise da ca (consul); Salamon, Bernardo (vice-consul).
-, Venetian, in England. See Agostini, Girolamo (secretary); Contarini, Alvise; Correr, Marc Antonio; Soranzo, Giovanni.
-, Venetian, at Florence. See Vianuol, Agostin (resident).
-, Venetian, in France. See Battisti (secretary); Soranzo, Girolamo; Zorzi, Zorzi.
-, Venetian, in Germany. See Vico, Piero (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Mantua. See Busenello, Marc Antionio (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Milan. See Marioni, Pier Antonio (resident).
-, Venetian, at Naples. See Antelmi, Valerio (resident).
-, Venetian, in the Netherlands. See Soranzo, Giovanni; Vico, Taddeo (secretary).
-, Venetian, at Porte (Bailo). See Venier, Sebastiano.
-, Venetian, at Rome. See Contarini, Anzolo.
-, Venetian, in Savoy. See Corner, Francesco; Padavin, Marc Antiono (secretary).
-, Venetian, in Spain. See Mocenigo, Alvise.
-, Venetian, with Swiss. See Cavazza, Girolamo (secretary); Scaramelli, Moderante (secretary).
Amboyna, East Indies:
-, massacre, 11.
-, reprisals on account of, 47, 226; threatened rupture over, 61.
-, Carlisle to put finishing touches to, 91; no satisfactory arrangement reached, 94.
-, Carleton protests against judges appointed for, 108; affairs transferred to England, 127, 128.
-, Dutch promise justice before Martinmas, 214; still making trouble, 389; becoming embittered, 444.
-, England's demands about, 401, 402; deputies from E. India Co. to settle, 429, 504.
-, Dutch send commissioners about, 547, 568, 581.
Ambrun. See Embrun.
Ammunition. See gunpowder.
Amsterdam [Prov. North Holland, Netherlands], 103, 227.
-, news from, 159.
-, merchants keep up trade with Leghorn, 36.
-, merchants. See under merchants.
-, Charles tries to prevent sale of crown jewels at, 295, 592; Carlisle to return by, 424, 461.
-, captured plate fleet at, 467; Carlisle at, 470.
-, merchants insure ships for France, 462; arrangement for Florentine trade with, 545.
-, Palatine goes to, 497.
-, will do something for defence of Sound, 590.
-, duty at Venice, 39.
Ancona [Marches, Italy], 334.
-, Bishop of. See Gallo.
Andreis, Don Giosef, 348.
Angennes, Charles d', Sieur du Fargis, French ambassador in Spain:
-, reports failure of English at Rochelle, 113; announces hope of peace with England, 129; anxious at report of English being off Rochelle, 182; has news but keeps silent, 204.
-, secretary sent to French camp, 196, 205.
-, Olivares sorry for recall, 264; states views to Mocenigo. 298; brings word of Olivares' outbreak against France, 348.
-, suggests thwarting truce between Dutch and Spain, 364; Louis may want to consult about peace, 445.
Angrogna [Prov. Torino, Italy], valley of:
-, attempt to convert people of, 494; disturbances in, 509.
-, captured by Trenchfield, 175, 177, 203.
Anne of Austria, Queen of France:
-, orders prayers on news of English fleet, 279.
Annizene (?), Enkhuizen, Netherlands, 175.
Anstruther, Sir Robert, English ambassador at Hamburg:
-, to be relieved and sent to Denmark, 518; to dissuade Denmark from making peace, 529.
Antelmi, Antonio, secretary to the Collegio, 14, 15, 29, 202, 240.
-, report on visit to Carlisle, on arrival, 255–257.
-, -, Valerio, Venetian secretary at Naples, 253.
-, despatches, 353, 390, 411, 424, 525.
Anthony. See Ships, names of.
Antioche, Port d', opening of Antiochia, 116.
Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], 131, 466, 494.
-, Carlisle going to, 91, 96, 108; Carlisle at, 113, 119, 124; Dutch take boats plying to England from, 125; Laval's expedition prepared at, 281.
-, Gerbier sent to, to buy pictures, 283; capture of plate fleet represented as of no importance at, 518.
-, news sent by, 130, 186; despatches sent by, 437, 438; letters sent by, 456, 457, 463, 484, 499, 549.
-, merchants of, 158, 566.
-, news from, 339, 526.
Apulia, Italy, 77.
-, English and Dutch goods sent to from Leghorn, 39.
-, Greek traffic in, 202.
Arbo. See Phelippeaux, Raymund, Lord of Herbault.
Archduchess of Austria. See Isabella Clara Eugenia; Maria Magdalena, Dowager Grand Duchess of Tuscany.
-, Digby cruises about, 321, 403.
-, English ships at, 17, 98, 102; Capello arrives at, 28; Digby enters, 73, 81, 125, 126, 245; undefended character of port, 74; English propose to make repair of, 103, 321.
-, lading of currants lawful at, 143; petition that new impost be levied at, 144.
-, Digby proposes to go to, for repairs, 319, 320; decision to fortify, 473.
-, saettia plundered at, 475, 480, 498, 535, 544, 578.
-, S. Iodoro at mouth of port, 391.
Argyle, Earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.
Arkudi, Arvedi, island of, Greece:
-, Ithaca gets corn from, 341.
-, not so numerous at Middelburg as at Delft, 86; parliament remonstrates about increase, 171; parliamentary attack on, 530, 537, 551, 557.
-, Dulbier to procure in Holland, 2, 6; allowance for, in levy, 573.
-, money due to, 45; Commons want to get rid of, 60; Charles wants parliament to equip, 62.
Arrigoni, Giovanni Pietro, merchant:
-, bargain to hire English ship, 117, 145, 229.
artillery. See guns.
Arundel, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas.
Arvedi. See Arkudi.
Assos, Asso, Cephalonia:
-, fortress of, 98, 102.
Assurance. See Ships, names of.
Atoko, Atoco, island, west of Greece:
-, Ithaca gets corn from, 341.
Attorney General. See Heath, Sir Robert.
Aubespine, Charles de l', Sieur de Preaux, Marquis of Chateauneuf, Preo:
-, Carlisle expects same treatment as, at Venice, 198; precedent followed for Carlisle, 246, 248, 252, 329.
Aubigne, d'Aubigni, Theodore Agrippa d':
-, letter to Wake about Rohan, 383.
-, courier of, 584.
Augustini. See Agostini.
Austria, House of, 239.
-, spell over France, 12; progress in Germany, 20, 21, 34, 35.
-, advance on Baltic, 22; news of forces, 29; great advance in power, 38, 60.
-, wants alliance with Venice, 24.
-, profits by quarrel of England and France, 80; efforts to counterbalance in Germany, 82.
-, apprehension of power, 84; Hanse threatened if do not unite with, 93.
-, Monferrat prey to, 105; English Catholics favour, 106; unreasonable treatment of Nevers, 152.
-, successful policy of, 153; Pope and Italian princes unequal to resisting, 192.
-, Charles promises Denmark will not treat with, without letting him know, 193.
-, held up by Stralsond and Gluckstat, 200; Venice supporting Mantua against, 221; Carlisle sees danger from, 238.
-, identical with Spaniards, 270; only peace between France and England can restrain, 273, 400.
-, Richelieu suggests English fleet troubling, 274; England needs French help to secure reparation from, 350.
-, Charles eager for war with, 355; aim to keep Italian princes divided, 360.
-, proposed league against, on Anglo-French reconciliation, 374.
-, England seems inclined to take side of, 402; Venice will stand aside from league of France and England against, 413.
-, possibility of embroiling Anglo-French peace, 434; all princes want to operate against, 448.
-, German princes unlikely to move against, 552; Saxony falling into clutches of, 558.
-, Archduchess of. See Isabella Clara Eugenia; Maria Magdalena.
Avaux, Sieur d'. See Mesmes, Claude de.
Avigliana, Vigliana, Vagliana [Prov. Torino, Italy]:
-, Duke of Savoy at, 564, 573; Savoy's second line of defence against French, 601.
Aytre, Estre, Etre [Charente Inferieure], France:
-, despatches from, 110, 112, 266, 301, 326, 331.
-, Duke of la Tremouille at, 165; bad state of troops at, 266; French court at, 325.
-, Zorzi to wait for Louis at, 361.