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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9: 1592-1603 (1897), pp. 573-577. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=95579 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Aaron, Prince of Bogdania. See Moldavia, also Elman, Charles.

Abbeville, 553, 613.

Abdulbalim, the Karajazigi, or the black Secretary, 1031, note.

Adelantado, The, of Castille, provides convoy for money into Italy (1592), 46,

seizes ships of Marseilles, 48;

seizes Venetian, and other ships, as English (1593), 125, 129, 147, 149, 161,

his defence of coast from English, 152, 158;

patron of Genoese invention of non-inflammable pitch (1594), 251;

in command of ships for defence of Portugal, 280, 288, 306;

seizes English ships laden with Papal alum (1596), 394,

“Commander-in-chief of the ocean,” 432,

sent to Portugal, 457, 473, 475, 479, 481,

winters at Ferrol, 492, 497,

his naval preparations, 497,

destination of his command, 502,

his protest against embarcation in winter set aside, 506,

consequent wreck of expedition, 507, 539,

detailed account of forces under, 508,

his son, 508;

his reported arrival in Ireland (1597), 531,

reconnoitred by English, 538,

force under, 572,

at Ferrol, 580,

action with English, 589,

prefers Ireland to Brittany for attack, 600,

English design to burn his fleet, 607,

to blockade him, 612,

battle offered to, 617, 618,

forces under, 626;

his attempt on Falmouth, 625, 629, 629B, 630,

its design, 634, 635, 638,

his return, 639, 640;

his contemptuous qualification of policy of Philip II. (1598), 744;

to command fresh expedition against England (1599), 760, 767, 794,

for relief of Irish rebels, composition of his force, 805,

requests use of Brest harbour, 807, 815, 819,

off Ferrol, 812,

baffled by weather, 819, 820, 826, 828,

consequent desire in Spain for peace, 828,

his disgrace at court, 831;

protests against weakening Spanish coast defences (1600), 871,

attempts seizure of English ships, and fails, 897;

his orders (1601), 1005;

his Dutch, English, and French prizes (1602), 1046.

Admiral, or Almirante, of Aragon. See Aragon.

Admiral of Holland. See Duvenarde, George de.

Adrianople, outrages of Turkish soldiery in, 206;

Sultan to visit, 573.

Adriatic, Venetian control over, 266.

“Adventurers' Company,” Turkish troops called, 198.

Aerschot, Duke of, 692;

Governor of Hainault, blackmailed by mutineers, 1131.

Affaro, Doctor, physician to Philip II., 731.

Alcantara, Order of, in Spain. See Knightly Orders.

Aldis, William, English merchant, 163.

Aldobrandino, Cardinal, 921.

-, Giovanni Francesco, Signor, nephew of Clement VIII., his mission to Spain, 325, 330, 362.

-, Silvestro, Don, 972.

- See Clement VIII.

Aldrich, Jonah, Englishman in Levant, 1124.

Alduich (?), Signor William, in Moldavia, 295.

Alegre, Count, military governor of Portugal, 450.

Aleppo, Prince of Bogdania interned at, 89;

English Consul at, 926.

Alexander, ex-Vaivode of Walachia, his execution, or murder, 568.

Alexander VI., Pope, his decision on precedence of Spain over England, 905.

Alexander, Prince of Bogdania, 91.

Alexandretta, English trade with, 1140.

Alexandria, Miletio, Patriarch of, 555, 560;

appointed Patriarch of Constantinople, 568.

Alexandria, ships trading from, 1124, 1126, 1127;

English trade with, 1140;

Venetian Consul at, see Mosto, Zuanne da.

Algarve, tunny fishery of, farmed by Venetian company, 246,

its richness, 476;

English attacks on, 476, 479, 481, 1088.

Algiers, export from, of corn and horses to France, 20, 31;

ex-Viceroy of, 140;

Venetian ship destroyed at, by English pirates, 976, 977, 978, 986, 987, 988, 989;

Freuch vessel carried into, by English pirate, 1067;

Spanish attempt on, 1075, 1102,

reverse at, 1079.

Almada, Portuguese ship cut out by English under, 1085.

Almeria, English wreck at, 653, 654,

Alum, Papal trade in, 394,

Ambassadors, Ordinary and Extraordinary, Consuls, and Agents,

-, Dutch, in England. See—Caron, Noel de.

Olden Barneveldt, Jehan van.

-, Dutch, in France. See—D'Aldegoade, M.

Olden Barneveldt, Jehan van.

-, English, in Flanders. See—Edmondes, Thomas.

-, English, in France. See—Cecil, Robert, Knt.

Edmondes, Thomas.

Mildmay, Anthony, Knt.

Parry, Thomas, Knt.

Paule, W.

Percy, Henry, Earl of Northumberland.

Perez, Antonio.

Smith, Ottiwell.

Talbot, Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury (with “Garter”).

Unton, Henry, Knt.

-, English, in Germany. See—Nos. 673, 694, 716.

See also Parkins, Christopher.

-, English, in Turkey. See—Barton, Edward.

Lello, Henry.

-, English, in United Netherlands. See— Gilpin, George. Vere, Francis, Knt.

-, Flemish, in England. See—Bonaventura, —.

Coemans, M. de.

Verreiken, Louis de.

-, Flemish, in Spain. See—Lasso, Don Rodrigo.

-, Florentine, in England. See—Orsini, Don Virginio.

-, Florentine, in Turkey. See—Vecchietti, Antonio.

-, French, in England. See—Baufremont, Claude.

Beaumont, M. de.

Biron, Marshall de.

Boisiers, M. de La.

Bouillon, Duke de.

Chatillon, M. de.

Lomennie, M. de.

Maisse, M. de.

Matigny, M. de

Reos, M. de.

Sanci, M. de.

-, French, in Flanders. See—Boderia, M. della.

-, French, in Rome. See—D'Orbeque, Abbe.

Dreux, M. de.

-, French, in Scotland. See—Béthune, M. de.

Thou (Tour), Baron du.

-, French, in Spain. See—Belgarde, M. de.

Belliévre, M. de.

Bruslart, Nicolas, Marquis de Sillery.

Roch(e)pot, M. de.

-, French, in Turkey. See—Lambert, Secretary.

Savari, Francois, Sieur de Breves.

Savari Lanscosme, Jacques de.

-, French, in United Netherlands. See—Bouillon, Duke de.

Buzenval, M. de.

-, French, in Venice. See—Maisse, M. de.

-, French, in Zante. See—Herriedi, Francesco de.

-, German, in Turkey. See—Dabri, Pasquale.

Mertin, Ladislaus.

Petzen, Dr.

Popel, Lobcovich.

-, Lorraine, in France. See—Mele, M. de.

-, Persian, in Europe. See—Nabrech, Hassan.

Sherley, Anthony, Knt.

-, Polish, in Turkey. See—Remboroschi, Adrian.

Tarnaroscki, Georg.

-, Savoyard, in France. See—Lulleri, Marquis of.

-, Scottish, in France. See—Beaton, James.

Stuart, Esme, Duke of Lennox

-, Spanish, in England. See—Cariglio, Dr.

Richardot, President.

-, Spanish, in Flanders. See—Zuniga, Don Balthazar.

-, Spanish, in France. See—Dovara, Don Diego (to League).

Feria, Duke of (to League).

Franciscans, General of the.

Mendoza, Don Bernardino.

Richardot, President.

Tassis, Jean Battiste.

-, Spanish, in Savoy. See—Belli, Dominico.

Fuentes, Count.

-, Spanish, in Turkey. See—Ferrari, Giovanni.

Marigliani, Count Juan.

Stefiani, —.

-, Turkish, in Spain. See—Serafatin, Judas.

-, Venetian, at Algarve. See—Vezato, Alvise, Consul.

-, Venetian, at Cairo. See—Mosto, Zuanne da, Consul.

-, Venetian, in England. See—Scaramelli, Giovanni Carlo.

-, Venetian, in France. See—Donà, Lunardo.

Dolfin, Giovannai.

Duodo, Piero.

Cavalli, Marin.

Contarini, Francesco.

Mocenigo, Giovanni.

Vendramin, Francesco.

-, Venetian, in Germany. See—Contarini, Tomaso.

Dolfin, Giovanni.

Duodo, Piero.

Vendramin, Francesco.

Vendramin, Giacomo, Secretary of Embassy.

-, Venetian, at Milo. See—Piperi, Zanulo, Consul.

-, Venetian, at Rome. See—Dolfin, Giovanni.

Donato, Leonardo.

Marchesini, Giovanni Francesco, Secretary of Embassy.

Mocenigo, Giovanni.

Moro, Giovanni.

Paruta, Polo.

Vendramin, Francesco.

Venier, Marco, Ambassador Extraordinary.

-, Venetian, in Spain. See—Bon, Ottaviano, Ambassador Extraordinary.

Contarini, Simon.

Contarini, Tomaso.

Nani, Agostino.

Soranzo, Francesco.

Vendramin, Francesco.

-, Venetian, in Turkey. See—Bernardo, Lorenzo.

Borisi, Marc Antonio.

Carazza,—, Secretary of Embassy.

Capello, Girolamo.

Contarini, Francesco.

Gradenigo, Vicenzo, Ambassador Extraordinary.

Lippomano, Hieronimo.

Moresini, Giovanni Francesco.

Nani, Agostino.

Spinelli, —, Secretary of Embassy.

Venier, Marco.

Zane, Matheo.

-, Venetian, at Zante. See—Bondumier, Piero, Governor.

Michiel, Maffio, Governor.

Amboise, Prince de, 9.

America (W. Indies), Dutch colony leaves Europe for Spanish colonies in, 342;

Drake's policy of building fort in, 364, 373.

Amiens, Duke of Mayunne in (1592), 44;

Duke of Bouillon at (1596), 423;

captured by Spanish (1597), 553, 556, 570,

curious details of surprise of, 558,

effects of capture, 562, 575,

English troops for its recovery, 586,

French preparations against, 587,

besieged, 597, 598, 602,

English at siege of, 602, 609,

besieged, 604, 608, 609, 613,

surrenders on terms, 614, 616,

importance of its recovery, 631, 632,

rebuilt 637;

King at (1601), 1012.

Amsterdam, English letters sent viâ, to Venice, 1166.

Amurath, Sultan of Turkey, see Murad.

Anatolia, journey across, to Constantinople, 906.

Ancona, Jewish traders of, 96;

English trade with, in cloth, 1119.

Andalusia, threatened revolt of Moreschi in, 463;

mentioned, 471, 871.

Andre, Edward, English merchant, 163.

Angers, 664.

Angus, Archibald, Earl of. See Douglas.

-, William, Earl of. See Douglas.

Anjou, invaded by League (1592) 9, (1593) 118.

Antonio, Don, of Portugal (1592), his son a hostage with the Prince of Fez, 20, 31, 224, 227.

-, -, -, betrayed by his secretary, 46, 48.

-, -, -, his son leaves England for Constantinople, 57.

-, -, (1593), in England, 146.

-, -, -, mentioned in English memorial to Sultan, 224, 227.

-, -, (1594) received in audience by Henry IV., 256, 257.

-, -, -, expected descent of, with English, on Portugal, 259.

-, -, (1595) foments plot in Portugal 361.

-, -, -, urges direction of English fleet on Portugal, 364.

-, -, -, dies in want, 365, 373;

mentioned, 412.

-, -, -, his sons. See Christopher and Emanuel, Princes of Portugal.

Antrim, 378.

Antwerp, 233, 608;

Spanish proposal that Anglo-Dutch trade should be conducted solely through, 868;

despatches from England sent viâ, to Venice, 1166.

Apulia, threatened Turkish attack on, 266.

Aragou, resentment in, at loss of liberties, 272,

Aragon, Admiral of, 692,

departs for Holland, 759;

commissioner to negotiate peace with England, 854;

his probable successor in command of Flanders cavalry, 1131.

Aranjuez, 408, 871, 872.

Arcadia, 1124.

Archipelago, the, 116, 123, 1147, 1151, 1153, 1156.

Archpriest controversy, in England, 1036, 1043, 1052,

referred to Rome, 1061, 1066, 1078, 1089.

Arcos, Duke of, 463, 471, 476.

Ardres, 423, 431, 441, 442, 445, 448, 449, 455, 457, 651, 656, 665, 687, 705.

Aremberg, Count, 692;

Admiral in Flanders, his letter to Lord Nottingham, 1142.

Argol, Thomas, supercargo of English ship, 654.

Arms, English trade in, with Turkey, 401, 427, 1119;

imported to Spain from Dantzig, 1074.

Arras, French attempt to recover, 561, 565;

Spanish retreat on, 616.

Arthur, Prince of Wales, 1143.

Artois, 442.

Arundell, Thomas, afterwards first Lord Arundell of Wardour, arrives at Imperial German Court, 359;

created Count of Holy Roman Empire, 391.

Astrakan, 922.

Atelano, Don Carlos of, 508.

Attuan, fall of, 512.

Audientiary of Archduke Albert. See Verreiken.

Augsburg, Diet of, 611.

Aulic Council's deliberations, on English cloth trade, 1030.

Austria, Albert, Cardinal Archduke of, (1593), Viceroy of Portugal, 129.

-, -, -, (1595), to succeed the Count of Fuentes in Flanders, 347.

-, -, -, -, arrives in Flanders, with store of money and troops, 376, 384, 385.

-, -, -, (1596), expected attack by, on Ostend, 398.

-, -, -, -, empowered to negotiate peace, 400.

-, -, -, -, attacks Calais. See Calais.

-, -, -, -, intrigues with French subjects, 450.

-, -, -, -, -, his career of success checked, 451, 455, 457.

-, -, -, -, executes a traitor, 478.

-, -, -, -, captures Hulst, 482, 486.

-, -, -, -, endeavours to detach Henry IV. from Anglo-Dutch alliance, 486.

-, -, -, -, co-operates with Spanish naval force, 502, 511.

-, -, -, -, promotes peace negotiations between France and Spain, 533, 536, 557, 610.

-, -, -, -, his lack of money, 602, 645, 658, 691.

-, -, -, proposition to make him King of England, 606.

-, -, -, -, appeal to, quâ English “Merchant Adventurers,” 611.

-, -, -, -, attempts to relieve Amiens, 613, 629, 631.

-, -, -, -, proposed conference between, and Henry IV., 613,

takes place, 614.

-, -, -, -, empowered by Philip II. to treat for peace with France, 620, 633, 645, 648.

-, -, -, (1598), his marriage to the Infanta arranged, 651, 658, 669, 683, 690,

delayed, 719.

-, -, -, -, attacks Ostend, 719.

-, -, -, -, his dependence on Spain, for maintenance of position in Flanders, 749.

-, -, -, -, Flanders administered, in his absence, by the Cardinal (Andrew) of Austria, 756.

-, -, -, (1599), his lack of money, loans raised by, 766.

-, -, -, -, approves peace negotiations of the Cardinal Andrew with England, 793.

-, -, -, -, renews them, 822, 824, 830, 835; (1600) 837, 838, 839, 840, 841, 842, 844, 845, 848, 850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 860, 862, 863, 865, 866, 867, 868, 869, 870, 873, 876, 880, 881, 883, 884, 885, 891, 893, 897, 898, 899, 900, 902, 905, 907, 909, 910, 915.

-, -, -, (1600), his lack of money, 837, 847.

-, -, -, -, refuses to enter Antwerp in State, robed as Duke of Brabant, 839.

-, -, -, -, money raised for, in Spain, 845.

-, -, -, -, bad understanding between, and the Infanta his wife, 847.

-, -, -, -, victualled viâ Calais, 851.

-, -, -, -, commissioners appointed by, to discuss terms of peace with England, 854.

-, -, -, -, four conditions of peace laid down by, 883.

-, -, -, -, demands supplies from States General in Brussels, 885.

-, -, -, -, reported to desire truce with United Netherlands, 893.

-, -, -, -, his defeat at Nieuport by Count Maurice, 898,

with heavy loss, 902,

-, -, -, -, claims title of “Most Serene,” at congress of Boulogne, 905.

-, -, -, -, question of precedence of England over Spain at congress referred to, disallowed by him, English Commissioners recalled, 907;

proposal for evading difficulty, 917.

-, -, -, -, urged to come to terms with England, 935.

-, -, -, (1601), Spanish troops in Milan to be sent to, 964,

for invasion of England, 967, 999.

-, -, -, -, invited by England to renew peace negotiations, 995, 996, 1007, 1010, 1020, 1023, 1025, 1029.

-, -, -, -, sends his chamberlain to Spain to obtain aid, 999.

-, -, -, -, his offer to Elizabeth, at time of Essex rebellion, 1006.

-, -, -, -, besieges Ostend, 1007, 1010,

his deep concern in siege, 1011, 1019, 1020,

his successes, 1042,

repulsed, 1047, 1050, 1052,

his anxiety at, 1056.

-, -, -, -, makes representations to France touching aid supplied to United Netherlands, 1023, 1028.

-, -, -, -, Spanish loan raised for, 1028.

-, -, -, -, renews peace negotiations with England, 1039, 1040, 1044, 1056, 1075, 1080.

-, -, -, (1602), his renewed efforts against Ostend, 1063, 1080, 1081;

disorder in his army, 1097.

-, -, -, -, supplies forwarded to, from Spain, 1072,

applied to siege of Ostend, 1081.

-, -, -, -, negotiations by, for truce with England and United Netherlands, inducements offered by, 1097,

declined, 1101.

-, -, -, (1603), renewed negotiations between, and Netherlands, 1130.

-, -, -, -, his plan of siege, at Ostend, 1131.

-, -, -, -, at Ghent, without pay for troops, and deserted by officers, 1131.

-, -, -, -, insists on abandonment by England of United Netherlands, as preliminary of peace, 1142.

-, Andrew, Cardinal Archduke of, son of Archduke Ferdinand, administrator of Flanders in absence of Archduke Albert, his peace negotiations with Elizabeth, 756, 758, 759,

renewed, 778, 786, 788, 789, 793, 802, 807, 808;

esteem of the Queen for the Archduke Ferdinand, his father, 778.

-, Don John of, misconduct of his sister Anne, a nun, 361.

Austria, Ernest, Archduke of, 191;

his mission to Flanders, 226;

convenes States at Brussels, to propose peace, 258;

quarrels with Count of Fuentes, and demands leave to quit Flanders, 307;

his letter to Queen Elizabeth, 314.

-, Ferdinand, Archduke of, his action in Denmark, 527;

Spanish troops sent to, 999.

-, Catherine of, wife of Henry VIII. of England, 1143.

-, House of, proposed Protestant League, with France, against, 1157.

-, Karl, Archduke of, 430.

-, Mathias, Archduke of, 359.

-, Maximilian, Archduke of, 512,

his defeat at Keresztes, 524.

Avica, Don Filippo de, Son of the Schereef Mahomet, 544.

Avogadro, Ottavio, Turkish prisoner, 140.

Azores, The, 90, 166, 171, 183, 187, 210, 344, 360, 369;

proposed fortification of, 214;

action off, 297;

English fleet bound for, 457, 470, 479, 617, 621,

arrives at, 624, 625, 629, 633, 634, 635, 638, 640, 653, 725, 728, 733;

Spanish treasure fleet at, 653;

Adelantado's fleet sails for, 819, 820, 826;

troops withdraw from, for Irish expedition, 999.



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