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1924

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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25: 1640-1642 (1924), pp. 330-334. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89513 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Fabroni, Luca, gentleman of queen mother :

suspected of secret understanding with Richelieu, 39
-, talks of journey to Italy as uncertain, 138.

Dutch will not guarantee safety, 181, 184, 194, 199
-, queen stands by, 184, 188.

Dutch warn to prevent queen coming, 184
-, La Ferté demands dismissal, 188.

Falmouth, Farmond, Flemovo, co. Cornwall :

Malvezzi said to have arrived at, 34
-, Portuguese ambassador reaches, 130.

Fane, Mildmay, earl of Westmorland :

brother of takes opened packet to Giustinian, 243, 245, 260.

Farmond. See Falmouth.

fast :

for success against Scots, 59
-, ordered by parliament, 97.

to celebrate evacuation by Scots, 215.

for guidance on Irish affairs, 267.

Fauconberg, lord. See Bellasis, Thomas.

Fen, Anthony :

currants laded by, at Zante, 85.

Ferdinand III, emperor, Caesar :

negotiations of Swedes with, 2
-, likely to release Rupert, 44
-, gives him more freedom, 97.

Charles asked to join in hostilities against France, 15.

Dutch certain of understanding with Denmark, 51
-, declaration in favour of Palatines, 63.

Palatine wants to commit Dutch to war with, 136
-, anxious to settle Palatine question, 138
-, Denmark sure will satisfy England, 139
-, Roe's credentials to, 144, 158.

favour to Colonel Leslie, 143.

expected to release Rupert, 146
-, concessions to Rupert, 224.

Roe to menace, 162
-, concessions to Palatine, 185
-, idea of fresh embassy to, 188.

orders reception of queen mother, 200.

reply to Roe's paper, 210, 211
-, invites congress to Vienna, 226.

offers satisfaction for Palatine, 226
-, releases Rupert, 233, 237.

Giustinian sent to, 230
-, Rupert to inform Denmark of friendly intentions, 253.

tied to Bavaria, 237, 259
-, Roe hopes for satisfaction from, 238
-, Roe to present demand to, 259.

gains for House, 243
-, Charles sends protest to, 273
-, sending to assure Charles of goodwill, 287.

-, daughter of. See Maria Anna.

Ferdinand, son of Philip III, Infant of Spain, the Cardinal Infant, Cardinal Prince :

reported negotiations with England and Denmark, 13
-, merchants ordered to pay 5,400,000 crowns to, 20
-, Rebecca lost with money for, 32.

suspicious of Lorraine's proposed visit to England, 28.

Velada awaiting instructions from, 30
-, confessor of, in England, 89.

troops from Ireland reach regularly, 36
-, army of little fighting value, 46.

asked to give Palatine passport to Ratisbon, 133
-, asked for passport for Roe, 135.

queen mother asks passport of, 161, 167, 170, 175, 188, 194 : refuses, 165
-, passport granted, 203
-, queen mother waits to hear from, 217.

Ferdinand of Bavaria, Archbishop Elector of Cologne :

Roe visits, 176.

Ferte, la, Imbault, marquis of, Fertembo, la Ferte Imbo. See Estampes, Jacques d'.

Fid, Thomas :

currants laded by, at Zante, 85.

Fielding, Fildin, Fildinch, Basil lord, English ambassador to Venice, lord Newnham, Sieur de Visden, 182, 270 :

says will soon start back, 5, 18, 56, 72
-, Talbot announces return, 22
-, Venice will welcome, 23, 64.

trying to get post at palace, 5, 154
-, hopes for French embassy, 33.

needed for parliamentary affairs 56
-, question of return to Venice, 63, 94, 154
-, wants Venetian help to return, 204.

appointed Burdet at Zante, 57n.

promises to oppose prohibition of currants, 173, 185, 239
-, warns Levant Co. 184
-, Senate thanks, 186, 203.

attitude on arrest of Clopton, 189, 190
-, report to Venice on, 195.

thinks of approaching Venice for English merchants, 203, 204.

apology for opening of Venetian packet, 243, 244, 246, 247, 256
-, part in debate, 247, 248.

to proceed at once to Venice, 246, 247, 257, 275
-, king displeased with and supersedes, 269.

threatens Giustinian, 248
-, sends account to Venice, 249
-, account presented, 259, 260.

stops Giustinian's packet, 259.

Fielding, Susan, countess of Denbigh :

affection of king for, 5.

Fiennes, Nathaniel :

commissioner to king in Scotland, 209.

-, William, Viscount Say and Sele, lord Se :

leader of Puritans, likely to be arrested, 46
-, admitted to Council, 128.

Fildin, Fildinch. See Fielding.

Filipis. See Philips.

Finale [Liguria, Prov. Genova, Italy] :

Richelieu annoyed by Spanish landing at, 67.

Finch, Sir John, chief Justice of the Common Pleas :

made lord keeper, 12n.

the Lord Keeper :

speech at opening of parliament, 38
-, ordered to dissolve parliament, 46.

ordered to have parliament proclaimed, 86
-, speech to parliament, 94.

informs parliament of proclamation against Catholics, 95.

parliament charges with treason, 105, 117
-, flees, with king's help, 112.

Finet, Sir John, Master of the Ceremonies :

difference with Giustinian over entry of Dutch ambassadors, 114.

death of, 142n.

fisheries :

talk of settling question with Dutch, 55.

Flanders, Spanish Netherlands :

news from, 7.

province of Windebank, 17n
-, entertainment of queen mother in, 137.

money sent to from Spain, 8, 20, 24n, 32, 37, 50, 92, 216
-, fear of king seizing, 59.

Lorraine leaving, 28
-, Chevreuse goes to, 41
-, Villa goes with, 42.

Spain bids for English help to defend coast, 43
-, Spaniards no longer fear attack on, 51.

Spanish infantry conveyed to, by English ships, 44.

Malvezzi and Velada to proceed to, 120
-, queen mother wants to live in, 161, 165, 176, 194, 210, 212
-, magistrates object to, 170.

Egmont urges revolt in, 134
-, Capuchins to be sent back to, 174.

Tromp to keep troops from leaving, 141.

letters from opened, 152, 172, 243, 244
-, Venetian packet for, 258.

Cottington dissuades king from accepting sovereignty, 177
-, La Ferté urges attack on, 229.

fleet. See navy, royal.

-, Dutch. See under Netherlands.

-, French. See under France.

-, Spanish. See under Spain.

Fleming, Flanin, Sir Oliver, English resident with the Swiss :

Roe sends to England, 233.

Flemings
-, See Flanders
-, Netherlands.

Flemovo. See Falmouth.

Fleur d' Or English ship :

seized and released by French, 144n.

Florence, Italy :

French require queen mother to reside at, 137.

Fonseca, Manuel de, count of Monterey, Monterei :

corp of to take princess to Spain, 24.

Ford, Furd, Captain John :

proposal to propel galleys with less oarsmen, 269, 270
-, reply to, 279.

fortresses :

parliament orders governors not to obey king's unsupported orders, 282
-, Commons claim to appoint governors, 288
-, and custody of, 290
-, king agrees to, 293
-, nominations made, 297.

Foscarini, Giovanni Battista, Savio alla Mercanzia, 58.

-, Piero, Venetian Ambassador at Constantinople :

despatch to the Senate, 115.

Foscolo, Marco, Proveditore of Zante : despatches to Senate, 42, 85.

France and French, 155 :

Palatine's journey through, 1, 5, 6.

preference shown to rank in, 3
-, Aerssens enjoyed precedence in, 114.

Coke, supporter of, 17.

province of Vane, 17n.

1640 :

desire to get Chevreuse back to, 1
-, feared union of England with Spaniards against, 2, 7, 19
-, Spaniards profit by English feeling against, 5, 7, 10.

no inclination to change Casimir for Rupert, 2
-, English hope will give Palatine Weimar's army, 8.

Prince Tomaso foments English feeling against, 12
-, Spaniards foment attack on, 15, 17, 31.

intend to conciliate English parliament, 13
-, suspected intention to annex Jersey, 15.

England in no condition to injure, 16, 61
-, English ministers partial to, not employed, 17, 18.

English resentment against over Palatine, 21
-, fears of England's intentions against, 25.

release Palatine from fear of England, 26
-, Charles dissatisfied with over release, 29.

parliament's help expected in dealing with, 26.

Lorraine's agreement with, 28
-, Palatine not to leave without king's consent, 32, 41.

believed at bottom of Scottish troubles, 29
-, denied, 81.

Spaniards hope to wreck campaign in Flanders, 32
-, Spaniards encourage malcontents in England, 39.

emperor may compete with in courtesy to Palatines, 44
-, Turkish mission to, 76n.

dangers to in not having ambassador in England, 46, 82
-, English aggrieved about, 56, 66, 90
-, Venice to take up question with, 64, 77, 81.

would like queen mother to go to Holland, 50.

England asked to join with, for Palatine, 61
-, release Palatine, 63
-, Roe says England ready for alliance with in favour of Palatine, 66.

Spain confident of holding out longer than, 78
-, Spanish efforts to alarm, 90.

Puritans less hostile to than to Spain, 81.

1641 :

resentment over Anglo Dutch match, 110, 121
-, possibly armed against, 113.

parliament infringing marriage treaty with, 117, 123
-, letters from opened, 152, 172.

theologians from to be asked to synod, 117
-, Vendome flees from, 123.

queen mother sends to, for help, 120
-, queen proposes to go to, 123, 124, 127
-, queen mother returning to, 134.

Portuguese ambassador engages as officers, 132
-, levy granted to, 154
-, suspended, 213.

money sent from for queen mother, 138
-, Giustinian covers queen's letters to, 155, 162.

king's treaty with to coerce people, 150, 152, 153, 163
-, suspicions of fading, 179.

Spanish intrigues with malcontents in, 161, 203
-, queen mother's ministers excluded from, 184, 188, 199.

Palatine thinks nothing of goodwill, 188
-, ready to co-operate for Palatine, 216.

Giustinian brought Clopton from, 189
-, letters from opened, 243, 245, 249.

proposal to invade Palatinate, 229
-, Austrians hope to make breach with England, 259.

parliament not anxious to increase power, 230
-, Charles feels grudge against policy, 262.

Dutch dissatisfied with alliance, 230
-, proposals to send back Capuchins to, 246.

1642 :

suspected of encouraging English disorders, 282, 283
-, corn from relieves Dublin, 285
-, suspicion of queen's concerting plot with, 295.

instructions to Venetian representatives in, 64.

fleet :

English hostility might compel to abandon plans in Mediterranean, 19.

king of. See Henry IV
-, Louis XIII.

queen of. See Anne of Austria.

queen mother of. See Medici, Mary de.

Frankenthal, Franchental [Bavarian Palatinate, Germany] :

Spaniards claim to keep, 144.

Frankfort on Main, Germany :

Roe writes from, 176.

Frederick, second son of Christian IV of Denmark :

queen mother of Sweden will not allow younger daughter to marry, 88.

Frederick William, margrave of Brandenburg :

Leicester speaks of marriage to Princess Mary, 116
-, Orange marriage of, 237n.

French. See France.

Friuli, Italy :

Englishman buying pictures in, 3.

Fryer, —, priest :

condemned and reprieved, 265n.

Furd. See Ford.



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