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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 21: 1628-1629 (1916), pp. 619-638. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89223 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Cadiz [Prov. Seville, Spain]:
-, fleet formed at, 82; parliament refers to failure at, 172.
-, Essex had command in expedition to, 216; English defeat at, 405.
-, honourable Spanish behaviour at, 415; English trade restarted at, 595.

Cæsar. See Ferdinand II, Emperor.

Caimecan, of Turkey. See Rezep.

Calabria, Italy, 77.

Calais [Pas de Calais, France], 13, 18, 32, 42, 166, 188, 237, 379, 459, 464, 466, 486.
-, news from, 76, 109.
-, cost of sending boat to, 50; English prisoners sent to, 71; plot discovered at, 205, 215, 248.
-, route open for letters, 289, 398; French use for trade with Spain, 314.
-, importance of herring fishery to, 377; Chevreuse's equipage reaches, 378.
-, despatches sent by, 438, 506, 517.
-, Governor of. See Estampes, Jacques d', Sieur of Valancay.

Calamo. See Kalomo.

Calandrini, Filippo, merchant:
-, sent to supply Orange with money, 96; goes to negotiate with Dutch about English crown jewels, 592.

Calil Baba, witness, 142.

Calil. See Halil.

Calla, Count Antonio, 257.

Callington, co. Cornwall:
-, John Rolle member for, 551n.

Calus Limiones, 403.

Camerarius, Camerario, Swedish Resident in Netherlands, 184.
-, vague reply about proposed naval league, 91.

Campbell, Archibald, seventh Earl of Argyle:
-, returning to England, 198; may have some message about Dutch truce with Spain, 216.
-, back in England and reinstated, 296.

canal:
-, Wallenstein thinks of making through Mecklenburg to Hamburg, 24, 511.

Canal, Antonio da, Podestà of Padua:
-, despatch, 342.

Canary Islands:
-, Spanish fleet cruises to, 382.

Candia. See Crete.

Canea, Crete, 327, 331.
-, Santa Trinita abbey, near, 384.

Canneto [Prov. Mantova, Italy]:
-, Spaniards attack, 385.

cannon. See guns.

Cantarella, Anzolo, master of the Gerlanda di Rosa, 74.

Cantarella. See Ships, names of.

Canterbury, co. Kent:
-, Archbishop of. See Abbot, George.

cap, of beaver skin:
-, Zorzi wants from England, 522.

capelletti, 342, 343.
-, to escort Wake, 217, 252, 253.
-, nature of, 252n.

Capello, Antonio, Captain of the Venetian galeasses, 203, 245, 281, 380, 481, 507, 586, 594.
-, despatches, 137, 145, 162, 342, 385.
-, Mudazzo writes to, 18; arrives at Argostoli, 28.
-, fight with Digby, 136–142, 146, 147, 244, 308; correspondence with Digby, 139–141.
-, action approved by Senate, 246.
-, Cornaro to join, to protect route to Zante and Corfu, 258; Digby furious with, 345; French complain that inadequately protected by, 482.
-, -, Zuane, Savio alla Mercanzia, 41.

Capodelista, Annibal:
-, meets English ambassadors, 342.

Capuchins:
-, one reported in England, 493, 503; effort to convert people of Valley of Angrogna, 494.
-, See also Hyacinth.

Car. See Carey.

Cara Han, witness, 142.

Carahan d'Abdi, merchant, 483.

Carcano, merchant, 175.

Cardinals:
-, pope will not receive Carlisle without vote of, 279.
-, names of. See Barberino Francesco; Berulle Pierre; Cueva, Alonso della; Duplessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu; Maurice, Prince of Savoy; Valier, Pietro; Zapata, Antonio.

Carew, Sir Francis:
-, dies under suspicious circumstances, 157.

Carey, Carr, Car, Sir Robert:
-, sent with condolences to Princess Palatine on death of son, 518, 531, 534; arrival at Hague, 546.
-, opinion about French peace, 547.

Carleton, Dudley, Lord of Imbercourt, Viscount Dorchester, 233, 243, 296, 374, 554.
-, ambassador extraordinary to Netherlands, 16.
-, disputes with Espesses about levies, 5; remonstrates about munitions of war for France, but wants for England, 36.
-, thinks portents point to war, 6, 7; returning to England, does not like recall, 37; must not leave before Carlisle arrives, 41; recall repeated, 47.
-, quarrels with Espesses, 51.
-, refers to Venetian packets seized, 51; remains to prevent rupture, 61; leaving dissatisfied, 64.
-, dissuades Prince of Brandenburg from going to England, 62; consented to Espesses taking a few munitions to France, 65.
-, protests against Dutch neutrality, 72; detained by weather, 75, 81, 91; farewell visit to Soranzo, 76.
-, Soranzo to urge reconciliation on, 79; affair of Stade in hands of, 86; apologises for Carlisle, 88.
-, overtures about league, 91; says England will not abandon Huguenots, 92; leaves, dispute about present, 96.
-, convoy waiting for, 104; protests about Amboyna judges, 108; detained by contrary winds, 113; embarks, 120.
-, reaches England, 127; raises money on own credit at Hague, 128; brings despatches to Contarini, 130.
-, goes to Buckingham to settle affair of Venetian packets, 166; candidate for Secretary of State, 189.
-, assurances to Denmark about Anglo-Spanish negotiations, 193; privy to these negotiations, 194.
-, denies negotiations to Dutch ambassadors, 205; expresses views to Contarini, 206.
-, says England under no obligation to Italy, 208; assurances to Contarini about negotiations, 223.
-, at interview of Contarini and Buckingham, 225; communications with Contarini about Spanish negotiations, 230, 231; admits negotiations, 232.
-, arranges for Contarini to see king about peace, 261; puts up nephew to speak of Contarini's complaint, 282.
-, belongs to right party, 286; interviews with Contarini about peace, 290, 291, 339, 340.
-, to treat with Contarini about peace, 311; hopes queen mother will send to daughter, 312.
-, declares king will not treat about queen's household, 315; appointed commissioner of Admiralty, 337n.
-, Wake secretary to, at Venice, 428; at Hague, 451; fond of Wake, 456.
-, succeeds Conway as Secretary of State, 456, 457.
-, says speedy action necessary about peace, 457; conversations with Contarini about peace, 458, 465, 466, 487–491, 511.
-, embassy at Venice, 468; Venice congratulates on promotion, 499.
-, takes charge of Contarini's letter, 516; busy over parliament, 549.
-, author of pardons to bishops, 551; Contarini tells of Zorzi's illness, 560; Dacre's secretary sent by, 563.
-, Carlisle does not want gentleman of, to continue journey, 564; on Admiralty Board, 569.
-, too busy to write about Jonas, 579; talk with Contarini about Bautru's peace, 582.
-, suggestions for settling Jonas affair, 587; sends to Contarini about Jonas, 598.
-, -, Dudley, nephew of Lord Carleton, English Agent in the Netherlands, 193, 196, 469, 474.
-, starting for Hague, 61; says German cavalry ready to cross, 108.
-, speaks to Soranzo about Rochelle fleet and German cavalry, 132.
-, communicates Anglo-Spanish negotiations to Orange, 183, 195, 207, 226, 237; does not like Soranzo hearing about Argyle's return, 198; Lord Carleton acts from consideration for, 206.
-, expected mission to Dutch about Spanish negotiations, 217; Contarini complains of offices, 282.
-, reports alarm in Netherlands about truce, 283; reassured about truce, 284.
-, ordered to dismiss German cavalry, 327; claims of, as against French, 389, 401, 412.
-, not trustworthy, 401; intimates king not pleased with Montagu's mission, 429; maintains peace with Spain impossible, 523.

Carlisle, Countess of. See Hay, Lucy.
-, Earl of. See Hay, James.

Carob beans:
-, carriage from Crete to Venice, 556.

Carpenson:
-, Ferens sent to fetch troops for, 378; Krempe hoping for help from, 411.

Carr. See Carey.

Cartagena [Prov. Murcia, Spain], 121.
-, ships trading at, 526, 548, 574.

Carteret, Sir Philip, Governor of Jersey:
-, captured by Dunkirkers, 49.

Cary, Sir Henry, Viscount Falkland, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Viceroy of Ireland:
-, reports conspiracy, 358; suspicion of honesty, 359.

Casal Maggiore [Prov. Cremona, Italy]:
-, Duke of Mantua captures, 548, 563, 589, 591.

Casale [Prov. Alessandria, Italy], 264, 388, 527.
-, despatches dated at, 77, 218, 227, 244.
-, siege of, 72, 499; Philip means to have, 111, 393; Carlisle asks leave to go to, 227, 238, 241.
-, Guron in, 238; sortie from, 244; Olivares complains of, 323; French will let fall, 326.
-, Spaniards insist on having, 344; Spaniards want to force Mantua to deposit, 353; Spaniards will not permit Caesar's ensigns to enter, 363; Mantua yields about without effect, 385.
-, Philip means to have, 393; suggested deposit with pope, 406, 409, 534; Fleming passed near, 410.
-, Charles attaches importance to, 421; unlikely to hold out, 423, 424.
-, hard pressed, hopes from French, 443;. holding out, 463; all depends on holding out, 469.
-, Louis will not allow Spain to have, 476; French measures to relieve, 512, 526.
-, Lisle says nothing about at Turin, 524; cannot hold out long without relief, 530.
-, Cordova leaves, 535; Cordova removes forces from, 548, 596; France determined to succour, 549, 563.
-, Savoy likely to arrange with France about, 564; Venice takes steps to relieve, 565, 576.
-, reported restoration to Spaniards, 582; free, 585; French provision, 596.

Cassandra [Macedonia, Greece]:
-, ships lade wheat at, 466.

Castagnedo, Marquis of. See Monroy y Zuniga, Sancho de.

Castel Goffredo, Castel Giuffredo [Prov. Mantova, Italy]:
-, Spaniards try to surprise, 455.

Castile, Spain, 93.

Castro, Count of, Spanish ambassador to Germany:
-, departs to learn Caesar's will about Palatine, 509.

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

Catholics, the English, Papists, Recusants, 557.
-, hostility of Puritans to, 12; Commons wish to extirpate, 46.
-, Charles will not agree to fresh laws against, 60; keep up correspondence with Brussels, 91.
-, taxed double for subsidy, 104; Buckingham relies on party of, 106.
-, intrigues of move remonstrance of Commons, 127; appeal Savoyard and Venetian ambassadors against measures of parliament, 167.
-, Charles refuses to consent to bills against, 168; parliament remonstrates against connivance shown to, 171.
-, Scaglia favours, 187; arrangement by which can live quietly, 187, 188.
-, laws against renewal, 242, 366; Buckingham favoured, 262; French do not interfere with, 355; threat of French helping, 387.
-, pope wanted peace to help, 399; Louis will claim same for, as Charles for Huguenots, 423.
-, letters to, from Brussels, intercepted, 431; persecution revived, 447.
-, parliament attack on Arminians danger to, 537; education of expected Prince important to, 541.
-, not likely to contribute much to king, 589; Charles bound to throw himself into arms of, 590.
-, bishop of. See Smith, Richard, Bishop of Chalcedon.

Catholic league:
-, warning of, 11; Bavaria would break with Emperor but for, 401; England must beware of, 581.
-, princes of, discontented, 591.

Cattaro, Dalmatia:
-, Bocche di, Mocenigo off, 403.

cattle:
-, Turkish contract with Gabor for, 20.

cavalry:
-, yeomanry, often exercised, 71.
-, on English fleet, 279.
-, English levy of, in Germany, 5.
-, why required, 6, 126; Austrian successes may prevent, 21; not to go to England, 80; ready to cross sea, 108, 132.
-, countermanded, 126, 132; parliament remonstrates about, 172; mutinies and re-engaged, 215; Dulbier to keep on foot, 241.
-, proposal to use for Denmark, 267, 284, 327; Dulbier ordered to dismiss, 327; assembled at Munster, 427.

Cavazza, Girolamo, Venetian secretary with the Swiss:
-, despatches, 5, 35, 50, 102, 111, 115, 159, 162, 178, 336, 347, 410, 423, 429.
-, meets Carlisle, 423; sees him off, 430; sent to Louis, 597.

caviare, 142, 160.

Cecil, Edward, Viscount Wimbledon:
-, frequent quarrels with Essex at Cadiz expedition, 216; house in Strand burned, 416n.
-, -, William, Earl of Exeter:
-, fetches Contarini to audience, 151.

Cephalonia, Ionian Islands, Greece, 65, 112, 125, 212.
-, despatches from, 18, 25, 28, 74, 82, 103, 352, 392.
-, English currant trade at, 17, 352, 552; English ships trading at, 543, 544.
-, value of new impost at, 24, 25.
-, Digby at, 73, 74, 81; English privateers make use of, 78, 79, 99, 100; Digby's excesses at, 246, 254, 346, 391, 392.
-, men from. enlist with Digby, 139; English ships near, 306.
-, petition of English merchants living at, 143.
-, nuncio opposes Metaxa becoming bishop at, 202.
-, leave to export currants from, 250.
-, arms removed from English ship at, 267; Digby likely to steer for, 331; Digby cruising off, 403; Digby refused pratika at, 499; Digby's cruising off, causes suspicion, 502.
-, Guardiani of, 73, 74.
-, Proveditore of, 83, 99, 100, 320, 331, 473, 480, 498, 535, 544. See also Mudazzo, Marin; Malipiero, Francesco Piero.
-, Rectors of, 245.
-, on alert about Digby, 345.
-, Vice-Governor of. See Priuli, Baldissera di.
-, See also Argostoli.

Cerclas, Dame. See Tserclaes, Juffer.

Cerigo, island, Greece, 27, 98, 191.
-, English capture ship off, 149, 218, 228; Digby cruising off, 384.
-, Proveditore of:
-, letter, 219. See Tron, Zuanne.
-, despatch dated at, 281.

Cesy, Baron of. See Harlay, Philip de.

Chalcedon, Bishop of. See Smith, Richard.

Chamberlain, Lord High. See Herbert, Philip, Earl of Montgomery.

Chamberlain, Lord, to Queen. See Sackville, Edward, Earl of Dorset.

Chambery [Savoie, France], 469.
-, Carlisle expected at, 159; Wake's steward detained at, 525.

Champfleury. See Raillac.

Chancellor, of Denmark. See Ulefeld.
-, -, of France. See Brulart, Nicholas.
-, -, of Ireland. See Loftus.
-, -, of Scotland. See Hay, Sir George.

Chancellor of the Exchequer. See Weston, Richard, Lord.

Channel. See English Channel.

Channel Islands:
-, expected French attack on, 21, 446, 457; ship with munitions for, captured by Dunkirkers, 49.
-, See also Guernsey; Jersey.

Charles V, Emperor:
-, Portugal would not make war on France for, 93; saying about Spain keeping friendly with England, 238.

Charles I, King of Great Britain, 12, 22, 23, 56, 80, 97, 125, 131, 221, 302, 380, 401, 405, 471, 499, 512, 535, 573.
-, (1628):
-, away, 1; Dutch ambassadors take departure amiss, 2.
-, Dutch ambassadors await return, 21.
-, France wants to give up helping Huguenots, 3; admits caused loss of Denmark, 10.
-, Buckingham's favour with, 6, 42; great esteem for Venice, 14, 19, 20, 26, 29, 67, 89, 115, 199, 200.
-, Venice asks satisfaction about letters, 9, 10; refers reparation to Council, 29–31; appoints commissioners to give satisfaction about letters, 42.
-, expresses confidence, in Contarini, 10, 43; unwilling to ruin Contarini, 18n; assurance to Contarini, 19; Contarini's reclamation to, 32.
-, grants Contarini passage for letters, 33; expresses regret, 43, 66; would not care to punish Ingam unjustly, 44.
-, Venetian representations to, for peace with France, 34, 35, 38, 454.
-, could not save Carlisle from creditors, 41; Contarini will not see till satisfaction given, 45.
-, opens parliament, 45; speech, 46, 47; proposed remonstrance of parliament to, 46.
-, allows Canterbury, Bristol and Lincoln to take seats, 45; receives Villa, 48.
-, aversion for Spaniards, 49; would give Venice carte blanche for mediation, 55.
-, obligations to Rochelle and Rohan, 57; inclines to help Denmark, 58.
-, proposals to parliament, 59, 62; refuses to consent to fresh acts against Catholics, 60.
-, complains of Dutch about Amboyna, 61; Venice tries to stir to help cause, 68.
-, wants parliament to do without vacation, 69; promises relief from billeting, 70.
-, ordered Carlisle's journey, 72; never wished for war, 76.
-, response to parliamentary grant, 76, 77; success with parliament, 82; Buckingham promises to defeat parliament's proposals, sits in parliament, promises, 85.
-, Buckingham wants to be absolute, 85.
-, gives audience to Dutch ambassadors, 86; will not abandon Huguenots, 92.
-, hopes that Mantua affair may stir, 93; respect shown by Spain to, 95.
-, Venice remonstrates with, about privateers, 99, 100, 126, 134–136.
-, means to stand by Rochelle, 101, 113, 148; Baroccio tries to find out intentions to France and Spain, 105.
-, assurance to parliament does not want rupture, 104; memorial of parliament to, 110, 126.
-, Savoy wants to keep linked with, 106; Dutch ambassadors' representations to, 106, 107, 124, 461; general reply to, 124.
-, wants Scottish church revenues for crown, 107; anger at return of fleet from Rochelle, 109, 121–123.
-, Rochellese reproached for bad faith to, 116; Elizabeth will write to tell remarks made about fleet, 119.
-, Baroccio's negotiations with, 123; says Carlisle disobeyed instructions about Infanta, 124, 157, 158.
-, delays reply to memorial, 126; Buckingham takes to country seat, first and second replies, 127, 129.
-, Morgan's representations to, 127; can do nothing until sees result of parliament, 128.
-, does not mean privateers to hurt Venice, 133; Digby misuses name, 147.
-, public audience to Contarini about letters, 151; private audience to same, discuss European affairs, 152–155.
-, brusque reply to Commons' remonstrance, 156; parliament enquiry as to who advised to levy illegal taxes, 157.
-, Danish ambassadors see reply to, 158; Contarini's office with, about privateers, 166.
-, departing to country, 167; libel against found in Commons, 168; reply to remonstrance, 168, 173.
-, inspects ships in Thames, 169; assurances to Denmark, 170; Savoy tries to reconcile with Spain, 178; Scaglia's efforts for this, 188.
-, Buckingham said to have lost favour, 180; letter to sister about Spanish negotiations, 183, 184, 193, 194.
-, to express good will to France, 186; departure delayed, 187; pardons Mainwaring and gives him preferment, 188; does not want to force Conway to resign, 189.
-, journey to Scotland announced, 190; Venetian representations to, 192; Argyle in disgrace with, 198.
-, difficulty of inducing to consent to Spanish negotiations, 193; denies them, 194, 205–207; notifies Orange of negotiations, 195, 196; Palatine's defence about, 197; assurances to Dutch ambassadors, 208.
-, leaves London, 209, 212; Contarini's representations to, against privateers, 209–212, 228, 345; would not mind reprisals, 211.
-, makes Weston treasurer, receives Arundel, 213; not returning for three months, 215.
-, piqued by queen's jest about poverty, 213; Essex would require leave for serving Venice, 216.
-, Venice considers Contarini should follow, 218; inclined to peace with France, 222, 223; ordered attack on Ré, 224.
-, ambassadors disposal to follow, 226; needs of, 227; Buckingham acts without knowledge, 231, 237.
-, Buckingham would like to remove pecuniary necessities, 232; at Portsmouth, 236.
-, willing for Huguenots to treat with Louis, 233, 234; overtures for accommodation, 237.
-, Palatine does not believe will abandon, 238; sends for Buckingham, 243.
-, away hunting, 242, 370; Lorraine will not make trouble with France for sake of, 251.
-, sends stag to Contarini, 261; glad to see Contarini, 263.
-, feels Buckingham's death acutely, 262, 283, 319, 327; posthumous honours and favours to Buckingham, 295, 358.
-, at council to meet emergency, 262; means to take reins of government, 283; queen's influence with, 294.
-, charged by James to keep cordial with Venice, 267; esteem for Venice, 268, 269, 277, 328, 392; letter to doge, 268.
-, Spain will promise anything to, 269; Spain disposed to satisfy, 280.
-, statement of policy to Collegio, 270, 271, 299–301; Savoy reports French defeat to, 284.
-, orders investigation about Digby, 272, 273; must not treat for Huguenots, 274.
-, communications with Contarini about peace, 286–291; announces intention to listen to Spanish negotiations, 289.
-, bent on peace with France and supporting Germany, 288; glad for Huguenots to make peace with Louis, 296, 316.
-, retort to complaints of Dutch ambassadors, 294; will not suffer by making peace with France, 298.
-, not much disturbed by Buckingham's death, 306; very close about succession to Buckingham, 307.
-, asked to recall Digby, 308; queen's influence with, growing rapidly, 315, 340, 488, 505; esteem of Venice for, 318, 342, 400.
-, will not approach Richelieu for peace, 309; speaks of Richelieu's deceit, 310.
-, Contarini urges peace on, 309, 310; consents to begin to treat, 311; will not appear first to make overtures, 312.
-, advisable to let France know good intentions, 313; will not treat about wife or attendants, 314; well disposed to peace, 325, 339, 355.
-, determined on relief of Rochelle, 319; statement to foreign ministers, 322.
-, as Prince of Wales, at Madrid, 323; offers German cavalry to Denmark, 327.
-, Venetian letter to, about Carlisle's mission, 329; sends to Rochelle to treat, 331.
-, acclaimed after Buckingham's death, 335, 336; Carlisle anxious about favour with, 336.
-, puts Admiralty in commission, 337; reported ill, 338.
-, recalls Carlisle, 346; Contarini to follow, 354.
-, Garter celebrations, 337; prorogues parliament, 358; helplessness without Buckingham, 359.
-, approves Venetian peace negotiations, 338; Venetian letter to about peace, 362.
-, pledged to Rochelle by French, 340; anxiety about Rochelle fleet, 357.
-, promises Savoy sole task of reconciliation, 341, 352; queen to approach about peace, 362; but withdraws, 377.
-, stops Falkland persecuting sept of Byrnes, 359.
-, friendship with France impossible, 361; to make fresh declaration to Dutch, 364.
-, deceived about Rochelle, 371; explains Montagu's mission to Contarini, 373, 374.
-, determined on question of household, 375, 396, 404, 464; keeps advices secret, 378.
-, Contarini urges peace without delay, 376; manifest to ambassadors about peace, 379.
-, refrains from mentioning Digby to Contarini, 381; Dutch will never trust again, 387.
-, means to have satisfaction for Amboyna, 389; Spaniards fear fleets, 391.
-, Arundel has ear of, 394, 398; rooted hatred between, and people, 395.
-, promised to go on with negotiations after result of Rochelle, 397; Porter did not have orders from, 402.
-, difficult to get more from, for peace, 406; would not ask peace of France, 409; indignation and suspicion against France, 414, 418, 422, 430.
-, wanted Carlisle back after Buckingham's death, 410; represented to that peace with Spain better than one with France, 415.
-, will make up to Dutch English troops they send to Denmark, 411; angry with Dutch for not allowing their English soldiers to go to Denmark, 416.
-, Contarini thanks about Carlisle, reply about Digby, 417; Contarini draws about peace, 418.
-, Contarini urges war with Spain, 419; Wake complains of Ferrari insulting, 420, 435, 450.
-, glad to help about Casale, 421; suggests Savoy mediating with Spain, 422.
-, Louis claims for English Catholics what, wants for Huguenots, 423; haughty reception of Montagu's report, 425.
-, Spain expects good relations with soon, 426; troops levied for, in Germany, 427.
-, Wake zealous for reputation respecting Montagu's advances, 428; assurances to Savoy about Montagu's mission, 431.
-, idea of becoming master without parliament, 432; union with people, 446.
-, unwilling to let Venice have Scottish regiment, 433; recalls Digby to please Venice, 437.
-, reported adjustment with Spain, 434; Spaniards want friendship, 443, 446.
-, Wake trying to make trouble between and Venice, 436; refusal to receive Montagu, 441.
-, cannot make terms with Spain without restitution of Palatinate, 440; Rosencranz's demands of, 444, 445.
-, remits death penalty to Jesuit, 447.
-, might detach Savoy from Spain, 450; Louis well disposed to, 451; said to have laid hands on Dutch booty taken from Spaniards, 452, 470.
-, sends reinforcements to Channel Islands, 457, 458; persuaded to allow trading with Spain, 458; assurances to sister, 480; issues letters of marque, 482.
-, (1629):
-, Palatine trusts promises implicitly, 461; affectionate letter to sister, 462.
-, grants export of salt fish to France, 465; Savoy knows intentions about peace, 467.
-, Wake complains of French disrespect for, 468; interest in Germany, 469.
-, Carlisle wants to tell of Venetian cordiality, 472; reported understanding with Spain, 474.
-, French peace should be first care, 477, 480; attachment to Savoy, 478; more inclined to Spain than to France, 483.
-, treatment of printer of account of Alexandretta affair, 484.
-, Denmark writes to in favour of peace, 484, 485; rejoices at prospect of peace, 485, 501.
-, obstinate about household, 485–487, 489, 521, 533, 537, 539, 540, 550, 567.
-, Contarini sees about peace, observations, 487; values Venetian advice highly, 488; friendship with Venice, 513.
-, will not encourage obstinacy of Huguenots, 489, 490; asks favour of Louis for Huguenot leaders, 492.
-, speaks in high terms of French to Rosencranz, 490; says would like Chevreuse as ambassador, 491, 522, 536; suggests release of Dishington, 492.
-, great stroke for Contarini to gain before Carlisle's arrival, 491; preparations for meeting parliament, 493; customs offered to, 518.
-, orders punishment of robbers of Porter, 492; orders inspection of royal ships, 493, 518.
-, cannot honourably make peace with Spain without including Palatine, 496, 523; Palatine afraid of offending, 497.
-, willing to acknowledge customs from parliament, 502; wants to punish cowardly captains in Rochelle fleet, 503.
-, hopes for best from parliament, 503; Rosencranz expects nothing if no arrangement with parliament, 504.
-, pledged to French peace, 506; exhorts Hamburg to stand by common cause, 511.
-, not moved from French peace by Carlisle's efforts, 514, 515, 547; sends for Contarini before deciding about peace, 515.
-, Carlisle unlikely to be first favourite of, 516; goodwill towards peace, 517; affection for queen, 519.
-, grief at death of Palatine's son, 518, 534; gives Ortado a good ship, 519.
-, prepared to make war on France and Spain together, 523, 524; only strong if united with parliament, 524.
-, Venice ready to celebrate successes, 525; Venetian appeal to, against Digby, 526, 554, 555, 568, 569.
-, need to protect Baltic, 528; writes long letter to sister, 531, 546.
-, sends for both Houses of parliament, and makes mild remonstrance, 530; conciliatory to parliament, 531; objects to attack on Arminians, but yields, 537.
-, parliament of Paris abuses, 532; rather forestalled Contarini about peace, 533.
-, Dutch ambassadors pleased with audience of, about peace, 534; Carlisle's ardour captivates, 538.
-, repents of not including Savoy in peace, 541; dilemma about peace, 542.
-, Spanish cajolements to, 545; sends to tell Savoy that wishes Venice to arrange peace, 547.
-, granted pension to nephew Charles at christening, 547; Digby brings Greek bas-relief for, 549.
-, Dutch ambassadors taking leave of, 550; assurances to Dutch about Spanish negotiations, 551.
-, permits parliament to deal with abuses in religion, 551; dispute with parliament about customs, 551, 553, 566, 579, 580; prorogues parliament, 566, 579, 580.
-, incensed with action of Levant Co. about the monopoly, 553.
-, does not trust people or people him, 557; will not content people unless receives advantages, 558; people hate, 566, 581.
-, inclined to suspect France, 560, 567; Lorraine writes to, about peace, 561; informs Savoy of peace, 562–564.
-, promises Commons to consider question of trading licences with Spain, 565.
-, Dutch ambassadors take leave of, 568; Scott has licence from to raise regiment for Venice, 571, 572.
-, urges Poland to make peace with Sweden, 574; Venice informs of arrangement with France to defend Mantua, 576.
-, cannot do what Venice asks in case of Digby, 577, 587, 588; recalled Digby and stopped privateering in Mediterranean, 578.
-, after frequent Councils, dissolves parliament, 580; amount of debts, 581.
-, interest in Huguenots, 583; Venetian letter to, about Jonas, 586, 587.
-, not likely to summon parliament again, thanks lords for action, 589; will have to throw himself into hands of Catholic party, 590.
-, hears from France that Contarini's treaty will be accepted, 591; letter of Elizabeth to, 592, 593.
-, delight at queen's pregnancy, 593; letter to Savoy, 595; Contarini to take leave of, 596.
-, audience of Contarini about Jonas, 597–599; appoints commission to punish refractory members of Commons, 599.
-, Rohan will follow advice, great influence with Savoy, 602.
-, household of. See Household, the king's.

Charles III, Duke of Lorraine:
-, French sop to, 4; rejects French terms, 13; more moderate proposals to, 24; French ready to satisfy, 39.
-, efforts for Montagu, 48; adjustment with France, going to Paris, 63; Montagu released at suit of, 72.
-, at Paris, 80; French refer peace with England to, 92; reconciliation referred to, 108.
-, returns to Nancy, 111; reported arming, 162; rich present to Carlisle, 178.
-, Villars at Niort for, 236; will not make trouble with France for sake of England and Savoy, 251.
-, sends condolences to Charles about Buckingham, 338; Carlisle's mission to, 361.
-, confidential relations with England, 368; Wake has letters from, 533.
-, writes about French peace to Charles, 561; says peace rests with French, 567.

Charles Emanuel I, Duke of Savoy, 204, 362, 402, 426, 556, 565, 568.
-, (1628):
-, no communications to Scaglia, 12; conference with Governor of Milan, 25; to take field with Governor, 29; joined with Spaniards, 48.
-, Bethune to remonstrate strongly with, 27; sends letters by Venetian courier, 42.
-, ill opinion of, at Rome, 51; wants quarrel of France and England kept up, 56, 63; Scaglia apologises for, 57.
-, hopes about Villefranche disappointed, 58, 64; capricious policy, 63; may trade on Carlisle's mission, 72.
-, should act according to Mantua affair, 87; mistrusted by emperor and French, 93.
-, Carlisle to treat with, 96; tricked by France about Mantua, 106; no definite design on Genoa, 106.
-, dissatisfied with France, 111; no confidence in France, 120.
-, Baroccio's negotiations for, in London, 123; Charles will answer for right views, 153.
-, offers England mediation with Spain, 154, 155; Carlisle on way to, 162; trying to reconcile England and Spain, 178, 194, 207.
-, wants England to trouble France, 184; reception of Carlisle, 185; responsible for Anglo-Spanish negotiations, 195; Carlisle brings letters from infanta to, 196.
-, invited Carlisle, 201; express sent to, 218; Carlisle sent to, 221; Carlisle waits to see, 238.
-, wants change of ministers in France, 239; Lorraine will not make trouble with France for sake of, 251.
-, Scaglia may use Gerbier for interests, 266; Venice urges work of reconciliation on. 278.
-, pope unwilling to offend. 279; reports defeat of French, 284; Spaniards offer to help against Geneva, 292; wants Carlisle to meet Monterey, 305; Carlisle sees, 353.
-, cautious about offending Spaniards, 305; will work for accommodation between England and Spain, 306.
-, Scaglia has long interview with, on arrival, 327; supplied Spanish money to Rohan, 339.
-, Charles promised should have sole conduct of reconciliation, 341, 382; Scaglia anxious to have the task, 352, 368, 381; Wake may want to have, 450.
-, Spaniards urge to agree to deposit, 353; Carlisle and Wake have frequent audience of, 356, 367, 390.
-, warned against Sancy, 356; opinion of situation at Rochelle, 366; to be replaced in former possessions, 371, 374.
-, Charles promises to inform about peace, 375; will bargain with France and Spain, 376.
-, stays Scaglia's mission to Flanders, 384; means to keep all conquests, 385.
-, may break with Spain when secure of Monferrat, 387; wants to feel pulse of Spanish Court, 393.
-, delays rejoicings about Rochelle, 389; means France to move against Spain, 401.
-, gives Carlisle jewelled sword, 400; storms through Carlisle, 414.
-, would not approve of French designs against Geneva, 410; may want to upset Anglo-French peace negotiations, 413.
-, influences Carlisle about French peace, 418; Wake's assurances to Corner about attitude, 421.
-, Charles suggests mediating with Spain, 422; may be mediary with Spain, 423; hopeful of success in, 434.
-, received nothing from Spaniards, 424; views on peace proposals, 425; mistrusts France, 427.
-, sends Scaglia to find how he stands with Spain, 428; sends letters after Scaglia, 429.
-, assurances of Charles to, about Montagu, 431; dislikes idea of peace between England and France, 436, 447; Carlisle wants to have mediation, 443.
-, French demand pass into Italy from, 438; Wake guided by views, 460.
-, prevents food and munitions from entering Geneva, 462; Venice apprehensive of intervention, 463; invasion of Monferrat, 575.
-, (1629):
-, Cœuvres had served, 465; attitude to France, 467, 472, 474.
-, Scaglia to tell Philip of peril, 467; envoy to Flanders and England, 468.
-, converts Carlisle to views, 471; concert with Carlisle, 473; Carlisle praises, 478.
-, tells Wake of French proposals, 475, 476; reply to Valancay, 479.
-, England promises to win over to French side, 490; demonstrations upon French success at Ré, and Rochelle, 502.
-, Protestants of Angrogna appeal to, 494; Crequy wants to estrange Angrogna Protestants from, 509.
-, Spaniards supply with money, 495; England sends to about French peace, 505, 506.
-, affection of Carlisle for, 495; mystery about rich gifts to Carlisle and Wake, 501, 505; relations with Carlisle, 512; Carlisle tells Contarini views of, 513.
-, made war on understanding England would not make peace with France without him, 514.
-, inconstancy of, 515; England's decision likely to induce to make peace with France, 516.
-, Contarini shows need of careful dealing with, 517; Lisle's interview with, 524.
-, Carlisle wants included in peace with France, 527; will not give French passage without guarantee for conquests, 528.
-, Wake says French mean war with, solely, 532; says holds will of England in his hand, 534.
-, Mary de Medici speaks of evil designs, 536; English remorse at breaking promise to, 537, 541.
-, Carlisle's devotion to, 542; tries to foment English mistrust of French, 547.
-, Charles informs that wishes Venice to arrange peace, 547; Wake to urge to write to France in interests of peace, 547.
-, no regard for promise to about France, 551; hopes of making terms with French, 552.
-, ready to assist French, 555.
-, reproof to English for forgetting him, 560; writes to Charles about French peace, 561.
-, Wake avoids Corner in fear of making jealous, 562; Charles sends to about French peace, 563.
-, Wake's view of French policy, 564; says peace rests with French, 567.
-, English ships directed to serve, 573; reported peace arrangements for, 582, 586.
-, danger of having both France and Spain as enemies, 583; Wake considers may be satisfied, 585.
-, will never concede passage to French, 589; advantage of reconciling with France, 592.
-, letter of Charles to, 595; French attack on, 601; great influence of Charles with, 602.
-, sons of. See Maurice; Tomaso; Vittorio.

Charles Louis, Prince Palatine:
-, pension granted to by Charles I, at christening, 547.

Charlotte, daughter of the Palatine:
-, birth of, 462, 480; announced in England, 493; congratulations about, 533.

Charnassé, Hercules, Baron of, M. de Gianesei, French envoy to Denmark:
-, to persuade king not to make peace with emperor, 561.

chase. See hunting.

Chastelet, Erard du, Marquis of Trichasteau, Marquis of Tre Castelli:
-, at Brussels, 218; mission to England, 338.
-, -, Jean du, Sieur de Thons, Marshal of Lorraine and Chevalier du St. Esprit, M. de Tampen, 218.

Chateauneuf, Marquis of. See Aubesbine, Charles de l'.

Chavigny, Count of. See Bouthillier, Leon.

Chef de Baye, Cape Baye, Chief di Baya. Chef di Baia [Charente Inferieure, France]:
-, English fleet off, 116, 325, 329, 330.

Chempusson. See Kniphausen.

Cherchen. See Kirkham.

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

Chiari. See Kieri.

Chiemanbassi:
-, deposition of, 142.

Chinpausem. See Kniphausen.

Chioggia, Chioza [Prov. Venezia, Italy], 227, 251.
-, Podesta of:
-, order for reception of Carlisle, 228, 248.

Chnipausen. See Kniphausen.

Chosrew Pasha, Grand Vizier of Turkey, 594.
-, French threaten to tell of Alexandretta affair, 162; Bailo appeals to about affair, 481.

Chrichi. See Blanchefort de Crequy, Charles de, Prince of Poix.

Christian IV, King of Denmark, 90, 298.
-, (1628):
-, Hanse unwilling to act against, 5, 35, 36; great preparations by land and sea, 16; case desperate, 22; emperor offers peace to, 16, 17.
-, sends to England for cloth for troops, 49; Venice represents plight, 54; Charles proposes subsidy for, 62; Orange says subsidies not enough for, 64.
-, Hanse interests bound up with, 63; writes to Charles on ships seized and insists on peace with France, 86.
-, needs infantry more than cavalry, 96; troops from Stade not to serve before going to England, 97.
-, ambassadors ask Charles to help, 158, 188; Charles assures will never be party to any treaty that does not include, 170.
-, Carlisle to treat of interests, 179; plight of, defends negotiations with emperor, 184.
-, assurances of Charles to, about Spanish negotiations, 193; wants services of Prigni, 199–201.
-, Charles committed, for sister's sake, 206; negotiations with emperor, 207, 218, 219, 229, 230, 239, 249, 280, 518.
-, English fleet reported to help, 220, 232; ministers inclined to help, 263.
-, misfortunes cool German princes, 270; Charles means to support, 271.
-, suggested English fleet shall go to help, 274, 276; success at Stralsund, 295; defeated again, 307.
-, Charles offers German cavalry to, 327; pressure on, to make peace, 337, 338.
-, sends Ferenz with letters, 359n; no treaty yet, with emperor, 360.
-, importance of Anglo French reconciliation to, 370; gives full powers to nobles to conclude peace, 376.
-, sends Ferenz to England for troops, 378; cannot get help from England in time, 383.
-, cheerless representations of Rosencranz to, 395; Dutch asked to let English troops go to help, 411.
-, indications of league in favour of, 420; troop raised for in Hamburg, 427.
-, no peace with England while emperor holds territory, 439; demands of Charles, 444, 445.
-, manifest to justify himself to Germany, 445; writes asking Charles to further peace, 447.
-, (1629):
-, emperor intends to make peace with, if French invade Italy, 463; advices from, 480.
-, writes to Charles in favour of peace, 485; Rosencranz wants English ships for, 493.
-, bad management destroys credit, 497; Morgan disgusted at bad management, 511, 590.
-, suspicion of peace with emperor, 503; Rosencranz writes to, about Anglo-French reconciliation, 504; told of reconciliation negotiations, to prevent peace with emperor, 505.
-, unable to defend himself, 514, 528; Dutch beg Charles to support, 518.
-, Charles unable to make peace with Spain because of, 523; only wasted money, 528.
-, Carlisle's view of right policy with, 528, 529; risks losing everything, if not helped, 538.
-, French urge not to make peace with emperor. 539, 561; England certain to help, 541; English promises to, 551.
-, imperialists demand too much of, 552; wants categorical reply upon England's intentions, 558.
-, dissolution of parliament bad for, 581, 590; forbids trade with Danzig, 583.
-, emperor wants to be vasal, 591; excessive demands of, 600.
-, dissolution of parliament may induce to make peace, 595; interview with Gustavus Adolphus, 600.

Christian William of Brandenburg, administrator of Magdeburg:
-, Hamburgers deliver papers to Tilly, 22; Carleton dissuades from going to England, 62.

Christina, Princess of Piedmont, Madame:
-, presents to sister Henrietta, 22; Savoy suggests acting for mediation, 63; Sancy wants post of confessor to, 356.
-, Carlisle congratulates on fall of Rochelle, 390; letter of Henrietta to, 595; goes to see Louis at Susa, 596.

Christofforo. See Cristofforo.

Cicogna, Venetian Councillor:
-, replies about Ferrari, 435.

Cinque Ports, Warden of. See Howard Theophilus, Earl of Suffolk; Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham.

cipher, Venetian:
-, Buckingham tries to read, 9, 56; professes to have read, 30; ambassadors enjoined to use, 34.

Ciuran, Venetian Commissioner, 28. goes to Zante, 102; efforts to get Digby away, 112; reports Digby's excesses, 135; Malipiero complains of, 196.
-, -, Iseppo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 41, 218, 219, 250.

Clarke, Clerk, Edward:
-, made responsible for failure at Rochelle, 121, 132.

clergy:
-, French:
-, Richelieu hopes to get money from, 7; urge war on Huguenots, 446.

Clerk. See Clarke.

Clerkenwell:
-, seizure of Jesuits at, 46; parliament raises question, 557.

cloaks, red, 65.

cloth. 61, 74, 427.
-, Germany to get from Venice instead of England, 1, 8, 24; nothing done about, 53.
-, taken to Leghorn, mostly goes to Levant, 39; Denmark sends to England for, 49; Digby captures cargo of, 81.
-, taken to Constantinople, 54, 83; outlet required for English, 86.
-, English want to remove staple of from Delft to Middelburg, 86; ships for Delft, 106.
-, English, unladed at Zante, 142, 160; Roe objects to Sultan about tax on, 144.
-, Wyche presents to Sultan, 204; in English ship at Leghorn, 408; Venetian duty on, 411.
-, mark of Hart on, 449.
-, black, 522.
-, kerseys, 83.
-, of Leda, 222.
-, Londons, 54, 65, 83, 102, 449.
-, of Spain, Zorzi wants from England, 522.

clothes:
-, English will not stand taxes on, 581.

cloves, 182.

Cœuvres, Marquis of. See Estrées.

Coiffier, Antoine, de Ruzé, Marquis of Effiat, 459.

Coke, Sir John, Secretary of State:
-, brings matter of Venetian letters before Council, 22; to see Contarini about, 23; advice would have led Contarini into trap, 30; restored letters, 32; commissioner to satisfy Contarini, 42; reparation to Contarini, 66.
-, at seaside about Rochelle relief, 158; appointed commissioner of Admiralty, 337n.
-, on Admiralty Board, 569.

Colimbruna, Stephen, witness, 176.

Collalto, Count Rainbold von, Imperialist General:
-, besieging Krempe, 411.

Cologne, German Empire:
-, Carlisle and Roe reach simultaneously, 461; Carlisle re-receives despatches at, 476; Carlisle nearly drowned near, 494.

Coloma, Colombo, Don Carlos:
-, goes to Dunkirk to confer with Carlisle, 102; only goes to Dunkirk to keep Dutch busy, 111.
-, Carlisle not to answer proposals by, 476.

Colville, Capt.:
-, letter of Conway to, 198n.

Comedy:
-, performed at marriage of Duke of Parma, 324.

Comines, Philip de, Lord of Argenton:
-, comparison of English and French, 15.

commissioners:
-, to treat with Dutch ambassadors, 11, 13, 21, 47, 464, 465, 485.
-, to give satisfaction about Venetian letters, 42–44.
-, to treat of Amboyna affair, 94, 546, 547; for Admiralty, 337.
-, to treat with Rosencranz, 359.
-, to pay off men of Rochelle fleet, 395.
-, from Gluckstat, at Hague, 452.
-, to treat with Contarini about peace, 488, 489, 515.
-, imperial, treating with Denmark for peace, 558, 561, 583.
-, from Hague to England, for Scottish levy, 575.
-, of Admiralty, 587.
-, Danish, Morgan objects to, 590.
-, Charles appoints to try refractory members of Commons, 599.

Commons, House of, Lower House, Lower Chamber:
-, Council vote for use of prerogative if do not grant supply at once, 10; preliminary business, 45; debating remonstrances, 46.
-, want to take charge of naval affairs, 59; Buckingham makes fear dissolution, 60.
-, offended by Buckingham's offer of mediation, 69; weeping in, at king's thanks, 77.
-, demands of king, 84, 85; king's letter in reply, 104; remonstrance on state of affairs, 127, 156, 170–173.
-, passes subsidy bill, 156; Charles accepts demands, 180.
-, asks for withdrawal of licences to trade with Spain, 565; want to punish customers, Charles objects, 579; uproarious scene in, on question of customs, 580.
-, Charles complains of temerity of some members of, 589; Charles appoints commissioners to try refractory members, 599.
-, Speaker of. See Finch.
-, See also parliament.

companies, chartered:
-, Richelieu's idea of establishing, 446.
-, refuse to pay duties, 590, 599; suggested abolition, 599.

Compiègne [Oise, France]:
-, treaty of, French want addition to, 161; English want renewed, 311.

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

Coneglie. See Coreille.

Congiero, Cape. See Ras el Chanzir.

Congregation of the Holy Office, 279.

Constantinople, Turkey, 224, 254, 385.
-, news from, 342, 586.
-, warning to privateers sent to, 133, 152; fear of trouble at through Alexandretta affair, 147, 148, 380.
-, plague at, 204.
-, English ships for, 229; English ships from, 280, 388.
-, Potton obtains cozzetto from, 403, 575; order to send consuls from Aleppo to, 449.
-, Patriarch of. See Cyril Lucar.
-, Venetian instructions to representatives at, 26, 50, 178, 203, 246, 407, 594.

consulage, cottimo:
-, recommendation of Five Savii about, 40; paid to English, 83.
-, Venetian merchants ordered not to pay, 117, 178.

Consuls. See Ambassadors.

Contarini, Alvise, Venetian ambassador in England, 3, 26, 92, 202, 237, 251, 275, 285, 471, 519, 546, 564, 594.
-, despatches to Senate, 1, 10, 20–22, 29, 42, 45, 47, 49, 54, 56, 58, 59, 69, 84, 104, 107, 109, 121, 123, 126, 130, 150, 152, 156, 166, 168, 185, 187, 189, 190, 192, 205, 209, 212, 215, 222, 230, 241, 260, 262, 271, 283, 286, 293, 307, 337, 340, 357, 369, 380, 387, 394, 404, 413, 415, 417, 430, 433, 437, 443, 456, 463, 483, 500–502, 512, 527, 530, 536, 549, 550, 552, 587, 566, 568, 571, 577, 579, 581, 587, 588, 597, 599.
-, instructions to, 344, 353, 362, 363, 392, 407, 411, 425, 454, 463, 474, 479, 499, 525, 526, 534, 544, 548, 565, 575, 576, 586, 596.
-, communications with Zorzi, 2, 34, 226, 263, 265, 326, 351, 355, 364, 409, 439, 442, 545.
-, -, with Soranzo, 283, 401, 472, 480, 500, 511.
-, -, with Mocenigo, 574.
-, letters to Zorzi, 11, 233, 234, 242, 286, 290, 308, 316, 339, 370, 373, 374, 377, 396, 404, 418, 438, 445, 456, 458, 464, 484, 487, 488, 491, 492, 504, 516, 531, 539, 559, 566, 591, 601.
-, letters of Zorzi to, 267, 276, 332, 352, 368, 369, 434, 436, 440, 447, 520, 522, 547.
-, letter of Valencay to, 315.
-, letter to Valencay, 316.
-, letter to Cornaro, 514.
-, seizure of letters, 9, 14, 18, 19, 25, 29, 55, 56, 65, 130.
-, dealings with Council etc. about, 22, 23, 30; hopes for State support, 31; protest to Council, 31, 32.
-, referred to commissioners, 42, 43; will not accept reparation offered, 43–45; Soranzo defends, 51.
-, settlement of question, 66–68, 151, 200, 201.
-, Charles expresses full confidence in, 10; passport to, for letters, 33.
-, Dutch ambassadors tell of negotiations, 70; Carlisle tells of mission, 72; without letters, 87.
-, dispatches to, detained by weather, 113; letter of Scott to, offering levies, 129.
-, represents European situation to king, 152–155; representations against privateers, 166, 189, 209–212.
-, Catholics appeal to, for protection, 167; Soranzo asks Rosencranz to help upset negotiations with Spain, 184.
-, prepares to go to Scotland, 190; notifies Carlisle's tour, 199; choice of successor, 219.
-, could not give notice of Carlisle's visit to Venice, 221, 243; Buckingham's assurances to, about negotiations with Spain, 222; and Carleton, 223; speaks strongly to Buckingham about Italy, 224.
-, thinks moment come for negotiating, 236; conference with Buckingham about peace negotiations, 260, 261.
-, communications with Charles about peace, 286–289; interviews with Carleton about peace, 290, 291, 339, 340.
-, Charles presents stag to, 261; reply to about Digby. 271, 272; ready to go to Scotland, 294.
-, complains of offices of Carleton jun., 282; Richelieu's reply to peace overtures, 301.
-, audiences of Charles about peace, 309, 310, 373; asks queen to help, 310, 312; commissioners to confer with about peace, 311.
-, efforts for reconciliation between England and France, 321, 333, 396–398, 404–406, 418, 419, 446, 453, 484.
-, draws up articles for peace, 349; views about peace negotiations, 374–377.
-, Dutch ambassadors piqued because of peace negotiations, 351.
-, votes for couriers and letters, 354, 484, 564.
-, letter of Valancay to about fisheries, 377; reply of, 379. interview with Conway about Digby, 380, 381, 443, 444; representations to king about Digby, 417, 418, 437, 495.
-, commended for efforts for peace by Venice, 386, 392.
-, chosen ambassador to France, 393; urges Rosencranz to stay, 395; conversation with Rosencranz, 430.
-, Charles will honour for favours shown to Carlisle, 400; Wake sends respects to, 428.
-, offers to serve, Venice pressed on, 433; has no heart to go to Court, 447.
-, suspicions of Carlisle, 452; to mediate with Zorzi about St. Esprit, 453.
-, treats with Weston and Carleton, 457; conversation with Carleton, 465, 466.
-, printer of account of Alexandretta affair apologises to, 484.
-, goes to Charles about peace, 487; confers with commissioners, 488–491; Charles sends for and says would like Chevreuse to be ambassador, 491; also release of Dishington, 492.
-, makes no trouble about published account of Scanderoon affair, 502.
-, exigencies for money, 503; visits and flatters Carlisle, 513; visits Roe, 513, 514.
-, opposes Carlisle's views, 529; Charles forestalled about peace, 533.
-, strove four days with Charles about household, 539; Carlisle gets commissioners to send for about household, 541.
-, Wake promises to support about Digby, 543; treatment of question of currants, 554.
-, memorials about Jonas, 554, 555; speaks to Charles about Jonas, 568, 588; and with Admiralty lords, 569, 577–579.
-, condoles with Charles about Prince Henry, 566; Charles asks about Italy, 567.
-, does not credit reported peace of Bautru, 582; tribute of Charles to advices, 589.
-, efforts in case of Jonas, 587, 597–599.
-, Avaux ordered to complete peace, 593; tries to counteract effort of Wake's despatches, 602.
-, secretary of. See Agostini.
-, -, Anzolo, Venetian ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches to Senate, 15, 27, 51, 159, 160, 178, 220, 229, 230, 249, 263, 279, 298, 303, 304, 323, 335, 336, 346, 381, 387, 399, 408, 419.
-, Bethune asks about Carlisle's visit, 160.
-, -, Nicolo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 177, 203, 219, 250, 411, 525.
-, -, —, Savio for the week, 68.

Conter, Venetian courier, 434, 456, 464.

Conti, Princess of. See Bourbon Aloysia de.

Conti, Antonio, co-adjutor of cloth duty:
-, report on petition, 411.

Conway, Cornovelt, Cornvel, Edward, Lord, Secretary of State, 193.
-, conveys king's regard to Contarini, 10; despatches of Wake to, 14n, 114n; asks Venice to deliver royal packet, 44.
-, letter to Wake about Venetian letters, 18; commissioner, to deal with affair of letters, 42.
-, Wake's statements may never get beyond, 23.
-, Giupponi refuses money, 50; reparation about Venetian letters, 66.
-, Contarini informs of demands about letters, 130; congratulates Contarini on settlement about letters, 151.
-, Contarini referred to about privateers, 152, 166, 209–211; gives reply, 271, 272.
-, distress at loss of office, 189; letter quoted, 198n; thanks Contarini about Prigni, 284.
-, engaged with Contarini about peace, 311; tells Wake of Venetian efforts for peace, 362.
-, interview with Contarini about Digby, 380, 381, 412, 417, 443, 444, 475, 480; sends reply about Digby, 437.
-, informs Wake of Venetian efforts for peace, 428; Carleton succeeds as Secretary of State, 456, 457.
-, made President of the Council, 459; Contarini confers with, about peace, 488–491.
-, Venice congratulates on appointment, 499.

Coquel, Pietro di, merchant, 175.

cordage. See rope.

Cordova, Don Gonzales Fernandes de, Don Gonzales, Gonzalo, Governor of Milan:
-, conference with Savoy about Mantua, 25; Savoy to take field with, 29; preparations for increasing forces, 97.
-, gives 500 crowns to Englishman, 77; Savoy had no under-standing with, 105; passport to Carlisle, 198, 227; goes to meet Carlisle, 244.
-, Savoy becomes suspicious of, 284; worst disposition towards Italy, 385; demands surrender of Casale, 393.
-, troops reduced by sickness, 410; insists on Mantua declaring himself, 463.
-, leaves Casale for Lodi, 535; prepares to guard Cremonese, 548; forced by French to raise siege of Casale, 596.

cordovans:
-, English cargo of, at Leghorn, 388.

Coreille, Coneglie, Coreglie [Charente Inferieure, France]:
-, fort, 75; English fleet anchors off, 88; English fleet threatens, 325; fires at fleet, 330.

Corfu, Ionian Island, 79, 255, 473.
-, Malipiero hurries from, 78; Zulian leaves, 98; fortress guarantees against privateers, 103; Venetian measures to protect passage to, 258.
-, despatches dated at, 77, 83, 99, 384.
-, Proveditore of, 100.
-, Rectors of, 245.

corn:
-, duty on vanishing at Cephalonia, 341; export to France forbidden, 378n; riot in England because of export to Netherlands, 566.
-, taken to Leghorn, 584.

Corner, Cornaro, Bartolommeo, Captain of the Galeasses, 245.
-, despatch, 78.
-, to unite with Capello to guard route to Zante and Corfu, 258, 385.
-, -, Francesco, Venetian ambassador in Savoy, 217, 436, 474, 506, 512, 526, 548, 587, 597, 601.
-, despatches to Senate, 17, 27, 36, 53, 63, 80, 110, 111, 120, 161, 174, 180, 181, 185, 196, 198, 204, 220, 238, 239, 248, 301, 305, 319, 327, 341, 352, 353, 356, 361, 366, 367, 381, 383, 389, 393, 400, 402, 409, 420, 422, 425, 427–429, 439, 450, 460, 467, 468, 475, 479, 494, 509, 519, 524, 532, 543, 556, 562, 563, 573, 585, 594, 602.
-, instructions to, 386, 393, 413, 426, 475, 509, 545, 574, 593.
-, rejoicings about fall of Rochelle, 111, 471, 500, 502, 516, 525; advices useful to Contarini, 370, 412; letter of Contarini to, 514.
-, Carlisle pays respects to, 201; Carlisle expresses resentment to, of reception of mission, 220, 221; sends word of Carlisle coming, 227; Carlisle and Wake call on, 353, 363.
-, explains difficulty of pardoning Provaglio, 402; conversation with Wake about peace, 421.
-, Wake complains to, about Ferrari's poem, 420; mollifies Wake about Ferrari, 450.
-, Carlisle speaks highly of, 424; asked to get passport for Lady Wake, 439; interview with Wake, 468, 469.
-, English ask Contarini to write to, about peace, 515; remonstrates with Wake about Digby, 543, 555.
-, -, Cornelio, Giovanni, Doge of Venice, 15.
-, replies to Wake, 14, 20, 29, 66, 68, 117, 134, 200, 201, 269, 291, 299, 328.
-, replies to Avaux, 33, 130, 149, 191, 217.
-, replies to Rowlandson, 114, 175, 455, 498, 555, 556.
-, reply to nuncio, 202.
-, replies to Carlisle, 268, 269, 328.
-, thanks Wake for explanation about letters, 18n; orders escort for Wake, 217.
-, letter of Charles to, 268.

Cornovelt, Cornvel. See Conway.

Correr, Corraro, Marc Antonio:
-, permit to visit Carlisle, 302.
-, -, -, Venetian ambassador in England:
-, decree of Council in time of, 549.

corruption in England, 579.

corsairs. See pirates.

Corsica, island of:
-, supposed French designs on, 393.

corslets:
-, government orders, 10.

Corunna [Prov. Galicia, Spain], 503.
-, ships of Spanish navy at, 230; news from, 347.

Coryton, William:
-, arrest at dissolution of parliament, 580.

Cossacks:
-, imperialists to send against Paris, 561.

Cossati, Venetian merchant:
-, asks leave to hire English ship, 556.

Cossé, Francis de, Duke of Brissac, Brisach:
-, goes to post, 165.

cottimo, Venetian duty, 346, 563.
-, -, See also consulage.

Cottington, Sir Francis:
-, candidate for office of Secretary of State, 188; going with fleet on way to Spain, 294; rumour of secret visit to Spain, 331, 365.
-, made Privy Councillor, 417; to go to Brussels, 417, 431.
-, said to be at Madrid, negotiating, 522.

Cotton, 403, 427.
-, laded at Smyrna, 103, 229; English take to Leghorn, 388; English take to Venice, 411.

Council, the Privy, 82, 104, 158.
-, (1628):
-, passport to Contarini, for letters, 9, 18, 26, 55; ignorant of violation of Venetian packets and amazed, 22; king refers violation to, 30, 66; protest of Contarini to, 31–33; Buckingham's excuses to, 56.
-, decide king may raise taxes by prerogative if parliament refuses supplies, 10; parliament prevents assembling, 44.
-, commissiones from to treat with Dutch ambassadors, 11; cannot inflict blood penalty, 23, 43.
-, determined to support Denmark, 62; Dutch ambassadors referred to, 86.
-, king does not tell of Baroccio's negotiations, 105.
-, agreed to memorial of parliament, 110, 136.
-, king holds about failure at Rochelle, 122; passports from, 157.
-, Charles acting without knowledge of, in Spanish negotiations, 208.
-, privateering discussed in, 209, 210; Arundel in favour but does not return to, 213.
-, Buckingham's death will oblige king to listen to, 262; will have hand in Digby affair, 272.
-, mostly well affected to cause, 283; bent on peace with France and supporting Germany, 288.
-, fear French will impose on Lindsey, 290; need of persuading for peace, 309.
-, some urge peace with Spain as better than with France, 312; four lords of, to superintend naval affairs, 337.
-, reconciliation with France approved in. 339; not of Buckingham's humour, 358.
-, Charles calls on Montagu's return, 371; Charles does not ask opinion, 375; or communicate advices to, 378.
-, not unanimous about Lindsey having powers to arrange peace, 376.
-, Arundel recalled to, 394, 398; petition of Levant Co. to, against privateering, 396.
-, Cottington made member of, 417; king gets to make declaration upon abuses attributed to him in religion, 432.
-, only one vote in for peace with Spain, 441; promises to stop trading with Spain, 458, 459.
-, (1629):
-, Contarini discusses peace articles with, 488; Roe confident of approval, 514; Roe makes long speech to, about helping Denmark, 537; decree about selling captured goods, 549.
-, Charles wants Rolle punished by, 551; many members of concerned with Digby, 569.
-, interested in Digby's defence, 579; Contarini claims judgment of, about Jonas, 597; will not agree to this, 599.
-, divided on question of dissolving parliament, 580; Charles administers oath of secrecy to, 589.
-, President of the. See Conway, Edward Lord; Montagu, Henry, Earl of Manchester.

Council of war:
-, formed and sworn in, 2; determined to support Denmark, 62; parliament objects to foreigners in, 157.

Coundich, Crondiche, Gilbert Rainold, of Annizene, captain of the Three Kings, 175, 176.

Count duke. See Guzman, Gaspar de, Count of Olivares.

Coure. See Estrées, Hannibal, Marquis of Cœuvres.

couriers, 65, 66, 80, 160, 162, 220, 249, 250, 297, 313, 316, 325, 333, 339, 349, 357, 361, 372, 384, 386, 388, 424, 429, 431, 434, 512, 525, 561, 573, 582, 584, 585, 596.
-, arrival, 27, 178, 179, 183, 196, 356, 466, 467, 552.
-, despatch, 15, 44, 292, 312, 373.
-, detained, 27.
-, money for, 107, 271, 296, 354, 484, 564.
-, proposed regular service to Nice, 422.
-, robbed, 499.
-, names of. See Basso, Lorenzo; Bibonetto, Giacomo; Conter; Cristofforo; Giuponi; Grisone.

courtiers:
-, penury of, alarming, 579; disconsolate at dissolution of parliament, 580.
-, blame opposition for dissolution, 589.

Coventry, Thomas, the Lord Keeper:
-, to enlarge on king's speech to parliament, 47; favours mildness with parliament, 580; may be expelled from Court, 589.

cramoisy:
-, taken by English to Alexandretta, 83.

Cratz. See Kratz.

Creing. See Krempe.

Cremonese, Italy:
-, Governor of Milan guards frontier of, 548; lack of provi-visions from, 596.

Cremp, Crempe, Crempen. See Krempe.

Crete, Candia, island, 79, 302, 320, 385.
-, ships of, 26.
-, ships going to, 98; ships from, 103, 112.
-, oil from, 254.
-, muscat of 495, 524.
-, need of providing for safety, 222; difficulty of finding ships at, 303.
-, Digby accused of attacking men of, 321; Digby makes captures near, 403.
-, English privateering near, 345, 353.
-, heretical books in, 384.
-, Proveditore General in, 100, 245.
-, -, See Molin, Francesco.
-, news from, 354.
-, wine from, Digby presents ministers with, 549.
-, carob beans from, 556.

Crichi. See Blanchefort de Crequy.

Cristofforo, Christofforo, Alemano, Venetian courier, 434, 436, 456–458, 486, 487, 491, 504, 506, 517, 520, 522, 523, 532, 539, 546, 547, 594.

Croats:
-, serving Venice at Cephalonia, 81; riot with English in Cephalonia, 103.

Cromburgh, Colonel, 15.

Crondiche. See Coundich.

Croua, Father:
-, peace proposals of, 425.

crown lands:
-, idea of raising money by issuing new leases of, 590.

Cuba, West Indies:
-, Pier Hein captures Spanish treasure fleet off, 416n.

Cueva, Queva, Alonso della, Marquis of Bedmar, Cardinal:
-, Carlisle not to answer proposals by, 476; courier sent on by, 552.
-, -, Francesco Fernandez della, Duke of Albuquerque:
-, warns government of Turkish naval forces, 120.

cuirassiers, 342.

currants:
-, English trade in, with Ionian islands, 17, 18, 28, 345, 352, 391, 396, 579.
-, value of new impost on, 24, 25.
-, English ships lading, at Cephalonia, 98, 544; Trenchfield refused permission to lade, 142; permitted, 160.
-, English petition for overseers for lading, 143; petition to pay tenth on with new impost, 144.
-, Ciuran's misconduct over, at Zante, 196; petition to export, 250.
-, Digby proposes to escort ships with, 321; increased plantations at Ithaca, 341.
-, Arundel's revenue from, 552; price and consumption in England, 553, 554.

Curzola, Curzolari, Dalmatia:
-, Digby proposes to sell booty at, 320; Digby going to, 324.
-, Ithaca gets corn from, 341; Digby goes to, for repairs, 403.

customs:
-, parliament lays hands on, 168; dispute over, before parliament meets, 502.
-, parliament offers to king, on terms, 518; parliament censures levy of, without sanction, 530.
-, parliament will grant when religious question settled, 537.
-, dispute between Commons and king over, 557, 566, 579, 580; difficulty of raising without parliamentary grant, 581.

Cyprus, 18, 136, 164, 176, 219, 258, 343, 427.
-, Digby gone to, 210, 281; Venetian galeasses sail for, 303; hire of English ships for, 563.

Cyril, Lucar, Greek Patriarch of Constantinople:
-, publishes Greek books in concert with Roe, 384.



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