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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 1: 1202-1509 (1864), pp. 356-360. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=94119 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Cables and cordage for ships, 218.

Cabot, John, made a Venetian citizen, 443, 453.

-, -, sent on a voyage of discovery by Henry VII., 750, 752.

-, -, his wife and eons. 752.

Cade, Jack, disturbances in England caused by, 293.

Cadiz, in Spain, Venetian galleys at, 499.

Cagli (Callij), Bp. of, Minorite friar, papal nuncio in England, 751, 771, 774.

Cagnolla, Giovanni Pietro, of Lodi, letter about English affairs, 384.

-, Gian Christopher, 603.

Caino. See Chinon.

Cairo, in Egypt, Venetian merchants imprisoned at, 397.

Calabria, Checco di, minister of the Duke of Milan, letters to, 365, 378.

Calais, 102, 367, 550, 551, 748, 753, 765, 792, 799, 803, 813, 850, 872 (note).

-, English lords at, during the wars of the Poses, 357.

-, a French plot at, 535.

-, congress of English and French commissioners at, 571, 590, 591.

-, English troops transported to, 621, 625, 626.

-, letter dated at, 626.

-, captain of, 748, 770.

-, claimed by the House of Burgundy, 860.

-, revenues of, received by the Prince of Wales, 860.

Calatrava, Spain, order of, 873.

Calcho, Bartolomeo, letter from, 619.

Calcutta (Colocut, Calicut), Portuguese trade with, 838, 852, 863, 890.

Calderario, Ser Giovanni, clerk, 16.

Calepio, Octavian de, Venetian, negotiating with the Emperor, 927.

“Cambium,” acts concerning, 4, 5.

Cambray, 862.

-, league of, between France and Germany, 915 (note), 920, 922.

-, Bp. of, ambr. from Archduke Philip to Henry VII., 772.

Cambridge University, chancellor of. See Dereham, Richard.

-, -, letter dated at, 486.

Camera, Portus (Camber before Rye), frequented by Venetian galleys, 120, 122, 120, 148, 209.

Campbell, Colin, of the English company in Italy, 83.

Camuglio, Prospero, ambr. from Milan to Flanders and England, 377, 380, 381, 382, 386.

Canal, Ser Nicolò de, LL.D., Venetian captain general on the sea, 429, 431

Canaregio, Venice, 903.

Candia, 263, 279.

-, the Duke and councillors of, 8.

-, butts of, 742 (note).

-, wines of, imported into England, 544, 545, 569, 606, 609, 765, 766 a, 806;

English duties on, 627, 764, 798, 832.

-, wool of, 24.

-, ships bound from, to England, 492.

Candida, Giovanni, secretary of the Duke of Burgundy, 464.

Caneto, castle of, Italy, attacked by an English brigade, 62.

Cantella, Andrew de, servant of Sir John Hawkwood, 64.

Cantelupe, —, of the English company in Italy, 91.

Cañten, Master Richard, chancellor of St. David's, letter to, 367. See also Chancellor, Sir Richard.

Canterbury, shrine of St. Thomas a Becket at, 144, 241, 604.

-, letter dated at, 358.

-, Prior of. 754.

-, Archbishop of, Thomas Arundel, Lord Chancellor, 165, 174.

-, -, Thomas Bourchier, Cardinal, 363, 370, 513.

-, -, -, Lord Chancellor, 357.

-, -, John Morton, translated from Ely, 513, 514.

-, -, -, prime minister to Henry VII., 535, 550.

-, -, -, Henry VII. desires his creation as Cardinal, 537, 551, 553, 582.

-, -, -, Cardinal, 725.

-, -, -, Lord Chancellor, 561, 562, 597, 741, 743, 754.

-, -, -, rioters demand his surrender, 743.

-, -, -, letter from, 745.

-, -, -, ambassador to the King of the Romans, 796, 799.

-, -, See Warham.

Caoursin, Guillaume, ambassador from Rhodes to the Pope, 489.

Capello, Alvise and Pangratio, factors at Bruges, 221.

-, Antonio, brother of Silvan, 838.

-, Bernardo, vicecaptain of the London galleys, 276.

-, Francesco, Venetian ambr. in Spain, 679, 680, 724;

in France, 818;

in England, 818, 820, 821, 823, 824.

-, -, letter from Henry VII to, 826.

-, Jacomo, captain of the Flanders galleys, 782.

-, Nicolò, captain of the Flanders galleys, 481;

prohibited from exporting wool from England, 479, 480.

-, Silvan, proveditor for the London factory, 829, 838.

-, Vincenzo, captain of the Flanders galleys, 859, 870, 874, 887.

Caravello, Ser Marin, Venetian councillor, 115.

Carbonari, Christopher de', messenger from Milan to Henry VII., 711, 781, 793.

-, Magister John Anthony, messenger from Henry VII. to Milan, 947.

Carcassonne, Seneschal of, 567.

Cardamums, 2.

Carmedino, Edward de, preceptor of Langon, ambr. from Rhodes to the Pope, 489.

Carmeliano, Peter, of Brescia, Latin secretary to Henry VII., communicates with the Milanese ambassador, 771, 776;

and with Venetian agents in London, 915, 918, 919, 920, 922, 929, 941.

-, -, -, -, his nephew, studying at Padua, 915.

Carthusian Order, the, its dispute with the Cistercians, 557.

Casentino, 786.

Castellesi, Adrian, of Corneto, papal nuncio to Scotland, 538, 542.

-, -, -, coming to England, 551, 771.

-, -, -, papal collector in England, 577, 610, 613, 669, 744, 745.

-, -, -, letter from, 597.

-, -, -, clerk of the papal treasury, 751.

-, -, -, Bp. of Worcester, 771.

-, -, -, Cardinal, Bp. of Bath and Wells, 925.

-, -, -, -, letter to, 866.

-, -, -, -, at Venice, 935, 936, 937.

-, -, -, -, disliked by the Pope, 935.

Castile, 877, 885.

-, the grandees of, 890.

-, King of, Don Pedro the Cruel, 30, 36.

-, -, John n., his agreement with the King of Catalonia, 243.

-, -, Henry IV., the Impotent, his league with Edward IV. of England, 408.

-, -, Ferdinand V. See Arragon and Castile, King of.

-, Queen of, Isabella, 877. See Arragon and Castile.

-, King Philip of, 850, 854, 859, 881. See Austria, Archduke of.

-, -, Venetian ambr. to, 842. See Quirini, Vicenzo.

-, -, ambr. from, to France, 845.

-, -, going from Flanders to Spain, 845.

-, -, embassy from, to England, 846.

-, -, at war with Guelders, 849;

makes peace with him, 851, 853.

-, -, his Lord Treasurer, 849, 874.

-, -, his disputes with England, 852.

-, -, his agreement with England, 853.

-, -, sends ambrs. to England, 855, 856, 858;

the negotiations, 860.

-, -, proposed league with the Emperor, England and Scotland, 861, 862.

-, -, creates knights of the Fleece, 861.

-, -, endeavours to prevent the marriage of Ferdinand with Germaine de Foix, 801, 872, 877.

-, -, his ambrs. to Spain. See Chan;

Verre.

-, -, his agreement with Ferdinand, 862, 863, 867, 870, 884.

-, -, ready to embark for Spain, 862, 863;

driven by a storm upon the coast of England, 864, 865, 866, 882.

-, -, his kind reception, 867, 870.

-, -, makes an alliance with Henry VII., and surrenders “White Rose,” 867, 868, 869, 872, 885.

-, -, his illness, 869.

-, -, visited by French ambassadors, 870.

-, -, at Falmouth, 870, 871;

weather unfavourable to his departure, 874, 878.

-, -, his negotiations with Ferdinand of Arragon to deprive Queen Juana of authority, 872, 873, 877.

-, -, proposed marriage of his son with an English princess, 872.

-, -, his councillors hated by Queen Juana, 872, 873.

-, -, offends Queen Juana, 875.

-, -, proposed marriage of his eldest daughter to the son of the Duke of Lorraine, 875.

-, -, leaves England, 879.

-, -, papal nuncio sent to, 883.

-, -, English ambassador to, Dr. West, 883, 884.

-, -, complaint of his breaking his agreement with Henry VII., 884.

-, -, his troops in Guelders, 888.

-, -, his death, 890.

-, -, his children, 843.

-, -, son of. See Burgundy, Charles, Duke of.

-, -, sister of. See Savoy, Margaret Duchess of.

-, Queen Juana of, second daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, and consort of King Philip, 842, 854, 860.

-, -, -, her marriage 653, 741.

-, -, -, goes with King Philip to Spain, 864, 865, 866, 867, 869, 870, 871, 877, 878.

-, -, -, of weak intellect, 872, 873, 890.

-, -, -, negotiations to deprive her of authority. See Castile, King Philip of.

-, -, -, quarrels with Philip, 875, 880.

-, -, -, her mode of life, 881.

-, -, -, her sister. See Katharine of Arragon.

Castile, King Charles of, 917. See Burgundy, Archduke of.

-, constable of, 878.

Catalonia, 794.

-, galleys of, 243.

-, King of, his agreement with the King of Castile, 243.

Catalonians, their consul at Sandwich, 238.

Cathaneum. See Gaetani.

Catherine, Lady. See Katharine.

Cauriaco, Bernardo of, 91.

Cavalcaboi, Pandolfo de, 91.

Cavalli, Jacopo de, of the English company in Italy, letter from, 61.

Caxatici, Italy, letter dated at, 82.

Cenani, Pandolfo, 901.

Centa (Septensis), Bp. of, ambr. from Maximilian of Austria, to Venice, 472.

Cerdo, Nicholas and Vitus, Germans, steal the jewels of Lord Scales near Rome, 454.

Ceresari, castle of, in Italy, attacked by the English company, 61, 62.

Cervia, territory of, invaded by papal troops, 936.

Cesena, in the Papal States, 836, 837.

Chalbo, Piero, 457.

Cham, the Grand, territory of, discovered by Cabot, 752.

Chamberlayne, Sir Robert, recommended by Edward IV. to the Duke of Milan, 482.

Champagne, in France, 697.

Champucci and Company, Venetian merchants in London, 901.

Chancellor, Lord. See Canterbury, Archbishop of, Thomas Arundel;

Cant., Abp. of, Th. Bourchier;

Exeter, Bp. of, George Nevill;

Worcester, Bp. of. John Alcock;

Canterbury, Abp. of, John Morton.

Chancellor, Sir Richard, 372. See also Canten.

Channel, the English, 47 (note), 303, 384, 535, 748, 864.

Chaplet (Zapeleti), John, Englishman, captain of a Venetian company, 103.

Charleton, Sir Thomas, taken prisoner at the battle of St. Alban's, 370.

Charolois, Count of, Charles the Bold, in Holland, 395.

-, -, -, daughter of, her proposed marriage with the brother of Edward IV., 373.

-, -, England and France agree to make war on, 404. See also Burgundy, Duke of, Charles the Bold.

Chartres, France, letter dated at, 405.

Chau, Lord de la, Charles de Pouquet, ambr. from the King of Castile (when in England) to Flanders, 867;

and to Spain, 869, 872, 873, 877.

-, -, -, his pension, 873.

Chauconde, Sire Jehan de, chevalier, of Southampton, 18.

Cheney, Sir John, commander of English troops in Britanny, 586 (note).

Chester, deanery of, 577.

Chichester, Bp. of. See Pecock, Reginald.

-, -, Richard Fitzjames, president of the Privy Council, recommended for translation to London, 876.

Chieregato, Lionel. See Concordia, Bp. of.

Chiesia, Ambrosio de la, Milanese courier to England, 786, 792.

Chikeule, Johan de, of Southampton, 18.

Chimay, Prince de, 854.

Chinon (Caino), in France, 591, 592;

letter dated at, 552.

Chioggia, the English camp at, 93.

-, siege of, 94.

-, harbour of, letter dated at, 91.

Chirche, Rev. Augustus. See Thame, Abbot of St. Mary of.

Cibo. John Baptist, nephew of Pope Innocent VIII., 577.

-, Lorenzo. See Benevento, Abp. of.

-, Nicholas. See Cosenza, Abp. of.

Cingulo (Belton?), Sir John de, secretary to Sir John Hawk8/28/2007wood, 58.

Cinnamon, imported by the Portuguese, 857.

Cipoletta, —, corporal in the English company in Italy, 84.

Cistercian Order, the, its dispute with the Carthusians, 557.

Clarence, George, Duke of, brother of Edward IV., 395.

-, -, -, at the court of Burgundy, 373, 375.

-, -, -, his marriage to the daughter of the Earl of Warwick, 404.

-, -, -, musters forces against Edward IV., 421.

-, -, -, invades France, 446.

-, -, -, pretended son of (Lambert Simnel), supported in Ireland against Henry VII., 519.

-, Lionel, Duke of, marries Violante Visconti, 705 (note), 734 (note).

Clermont, Count of, 560.

Cleves, Duke of, 830.

Clifford, [John] Lord de, of the Lancastrian party, killed at Pontefract, 370, 372, 374, 375.

Cloths, English, 138, 165, 189, 210, 234, 253, 263, 290, 292, 308, 334, 341, 344, 346, 348, 399, 445, 527, 546, 588, 612, 739, 852, 902.

-, -, Venetian duties on, 3, 24, 264, 393, 524, 829.

-, -, incomplete and unshorn, imported into Venice, 271.

-, -, names of, 328, 338, 350, 492.

-, -, Flemish duties on, 776, 849.

-, of Flanders. See Flanders.

-, of France. See France.

-, Venetian, 271, 503.

Cloves, imported by the Portuguese, 857.

Clugnyac, Lord Frederick de. See Tournai, Cardinal of.

Cobagnatis, Captain Jacopo de, at Volta, 68.

“Cockets,” shipping, 192.

Codelupo, Bertolino de, envoy of the Duke of Mantua, 73.

Coggeshal, Sir William, son-in-law of Sir John Hawkwood, 82.

Coinage, new, in the reign of Edward IV., 395.

Cole, Henry, of Southampton, 18.

Collogna, Anichino of, 297.

Colocut. See Calcutta.

Cologne, in Germany, 830, 848.

Columbus, the pirate, prepares to attack the Venetian galleys, 419, 427.

-, -, his son captures the Flanders galleys, 498 499, 504, 505, 510.

Cominato, Signor Constantino, 785.

Comines, Philip de. See Argenton, Seigneur d'.

Comneno. See Cominato.

Concordia, Bishop of, Lionel Chieregato, papal nuncio in France, 575, 586, 592, 613.

-, -, -, negotiates peace between England and France, 558, 567, 571, 572, 589, 590, 591, 593, 597, 613.

-, -, -, legate to Germany, urges the admission of Henry VII. into the Holy League, 668, 677.

-, -, -, letters from, 552, 556.

Concressault, Lord of, John Stuart, proposed mission from France to England, 421, 423.

Condulmer, Antonio, 902.

Conegliano, territory of, Venetian company in, 103.

Coningsburgh, Master Edmund, LL.D., councillor to Edward IV., ambassador to Rome, 438.

Constantinople, 422, 431.

-, English merchant at, 565.

Contarini, Alvise, at London, 456, 158.

-, -, bailiff and captain of Rimini, 891.

-, Andrea, Doge of Venice, 47, 91.

-, -, -, letters to, 41, 42, 56.

-, -, -, his grants to Wm. Gold, 92, 94.

-, -, -, agreement with the English company, 93. See also Venice, Doge of.

-, Ser Antonio, captain of the Flanders galleys, 455.

-, Bertuccio, 45.

-, Bertuccio, Venetian consul in London, 333, 334, 335, 336, 342.

-, Francesco, 91.

-, Ser Frederico, captain of the Flanders galleys, 243.

-, Ser Hieronimo, his contract with the King of England, 440.

-, Jacopo, 588.

Contarini, Lodovico, at London, 460.

-, Ser Lorenzo, captain of the Flanders galleys, 144.

-, Lorenzo, 401.

-, Luca, 91.

-, Lunardo, Venetian consul at Bruges, 223.

-, Ser Maphio, captain of the Flanders galleys, 333, 334, 341, 343.

-, Marco (or Mari) Antonio, captain of the Flanders galleys, 852, 874.

-, Ser Marino, son of Ser Pietro, vice-captain of the London galleys, 270.

-, Marin, 455.

-, Nadalin, master of one of the Flanders galleys, 897, 898, 908.

-, Nicolò, knight, 91.

-, Nicolò, captain of the Flanders galleys, 612.

-, Piero or Fietro, 588.

-, -, in England, 509, 670, 748;

consul in London, 501;

letter to, 658.

-, -, resident Venetian commissioner for including Henry VII. in the Holy League, 675, 676, 679, 686, 687, 688, 689, 693, 704, 707, 718, 727, 735.

-, -, acts as commissioner for the Duke of Milan, 089, 696, 705.

-, Piero Venetian ambassador to England (A.D. 1618), 742 (note).

-, Stefano, captain of the Flanders galleys, 241.

-, Tomaso, 274.

-, Zacharia, Venetian ambassador to the King of the Romans, 641, 643, 644, 645, 647, 649–657, 660–665, 667, 668, 609, 671, 672, 674, 677, 681, 683, 684, 685, 690, 692, 693, 696–703, 706.

-, -, captain of Cremona, 927.

Convocation in St. Paul's, London, 174, 357.

Cook, William, of the English company in Italy, 91.

Cooper, William, Englishman, his ship captured by the Venetians, 422, 424, 425;

order of the Council of Henry VI., 429, 431, 436;

the Signory indemnifies him, 431, 432, 433;

sent to Venice, 436;

Edward IV. modifies the sentence of the Council, 441.

Copper, exported from England, 341, 399, 492.

Coppini, Francesco. See Teramo, Bishop of.

Cordes, Marshal de, Philip de Crèvecceur, 552, 560, 592.

Cordova, Gonsalvo of, the “Great Captain,” 421 (note);

fitting out an armada against the Turks, 809.

Corfu, 348.

Corino (Curzon?), Master, 754.

Cornaro, Scr Andrea, vice-consul in London, 273, 274.

Cornaro, Sir Marco, 46.

Corneto, Adrian Castellesi of. See Castellesi.

Cornia, Count of, negotiating with Sir Christopher Urswick, 700.

Cornishmen rebel in favour of P. Warbeck, 751, 754, 755, 759, 760.

Cornwall, 864, 809.

Coron, warder of, 10.

-, the Venetian governor of, 348.

Corunna, in Spain, 753;

letters dated at, 879, 880, 881, 882.

Cosenza, Archbp. of, Nicholas Cibo, Henry VII. desires his creation as Cardinal, 540.

Cotognola, Italy, in possession of Sir John Hawkwood, 85 (note).

Cotswold (Cotiswaldi) cloths, 328, 338.

Cottons, imported into England and Flanders, 265, 492, 508, 510.

Council, the Privy, of England, 42, 43, 125, 189, 224, 357, 367, 371, 572, 764, 805.

-, -, president of, Richard Bishop of Chichester, 876.

Coventry and Lichfield, see of, 614.

-, Bishop of, John, 614.

-, William, 614.

Coxletici, in Italy, letter dated at, 81.

Credenza, Jacopo de la, servant of Lady Hawkwood, 88.

Cremona, Italy, 825.

-, the Duke of Milan Lord of, 711.

-, captain of, 927.

-, letters dated at, 57, 58, 75.

Cremonese, the, 90.

-, -, ravaged by the French, 936.

Croatia, 635, 889.

Crusade, a, proposed, 548, 551. See Turks.

Currants, imported into England, 9, 492, 508, 510.

Curzon. See Corino.

Customduties, English, 138, 142, 168, 181, 193, 200, 209, 224, 269, 335, 356, 527, 562, 627, 764, 765, 794, 798, 829, 832, 852, 860.

-, -, defrauded by Venetian merchants, 165.

-, -, injurious to Venetians, 169.

-, -, complained of by the Flemings, 846.

Cyprus, wool of, 24.



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