East India Company, 217.
East Indies India Dutch defeat Spanish in. 22, 434;
Spanish fleet for, 343.
-, English trade with, 60, 81, 182, 217.
-, Dutch trade with, 65, 70, 154, 212;
wealth arrived from, 147.
-, Dutch fleet to leave for, 201, 267;
preparations of ships for, 122.
-, negotiations upon English and Dutch interests in, 335, 344, 499;
arrangement between English and Dutch in, 447.
Ecclesiasticus, Schopp's book entitled, 103n.
Edinburgh, 40, 47.
Edmondes, Clement, mission of, to the Hague, 335.
-, Thomas, English Ambassador in France, 101, 113, 280, 334, 404, 412, 419, 435, 440, 443, 514.
-, -, reports on Montferrat dispute, 3, 6.
-, -, negotiates for French marriage, 5, 14, 22, 45, 51, 89, 92, 96, 119, 130, 152, 153, 237.
-, -, confers with Condé's secretary, 142;
returns to Paris, 175;
has nothing fresh upon the marriage, 179;
complains of slackness of French in negotiations in Flanders, 189;
begs French not to hasten disarming of Savoy, 203;
supports Gueffier, 204;
presses for interference in Flanders, 230;
reports on Spanish marriages, 263;
insists on restoration of Wesel, 310;
assists Savoy, 349;
writes home, 343;
representations of, to queen, 357;
speaks for Savoy, 381;
sees Bernese envoy, 394;
reports to. James, 425, 432;
receives money for Mayenne, 431, 435, 437;
instructions to, 445;
marriage discussed with, 451, 463;
complains of du Perron, 490;
speaks against French and Spanish marriages, 491;
reports on French attitude to Savoy, 504;
takes steps to hinder marriages, 505, 508;
intrigues with Huguenots, 508;
reply to remonstrance of, 509, 539;
obtains confirmation of treaty of Asti, 532;
Louis speaks to, on English marriage, 549;
reports attitude of France to Dutch, 551;
remonstrates about marriages and du Perron's speech. 553, 554, 557;
text of remonstrance of, 558–560;
James writes to, 571;
predicts civil war, 573.
-, -, secretary of, 18, 22.
Egerton. Thomas, baron Ellesmere, lord Chancellor of England, 460.
-, -, indisposition of, 100.
Elizabeth, Madame, of France, sister of Louis XIII., gives a masque, 394, 395.
-, -, marriage of, to Infant of Spain. See Marriages.
Elizabeth, Princess of England, 2, 14.
-, -, countess Palatine, 86, 95, 98;
goes to Nurenberg, 533.
-, Queen of England, 41.
-, -, slain by Our Lady of Loreto, 93, 94n.;
imposes taxes, 138;
custom of arming privateers in time of, 300;
decrees of, upon Levant trade, 459;
no money grant from Ireland to, 472;
correspondence of, with Venice upon trade, 521, 522.
Ellesmere. See Egerton, Thomas.
Emden, Count of. See Enno III.
-, Spinola threatens, 201, 211;
Spanish fleet sent against, 204, 222;
plans to take, 212.
Emmerich [duchy of Cleves], Maurice takes, 201, 202, 205.
-, camps near, 211;
fortified, 295, 434, 444, 480, 522.
-, plot against, 382.
Emo, Giovanni, 455.
Cæsar. See Charles V.;
Empire, respected by Protestant Union, 25.
Empress. See Anne, the empress.
England, ambassadors and agents in, of Brandenburg. See Sticke, Christopher;
-, -, of Denmark. See St. Cler, M. de.
-, -, of Flanders. See Boischat, Ferdinand.
-, -, of France. See Dauvet, Gaspard, seigneur des Maretz;
-, -, of Muscovy. See Zyuzin, Alexis.
-, -, of Netherlands. See Caron, Noel.
-, -, of Savoy. See Gabaleone;
Scarnafes, Antonio, Count of.
-, -, of Tuscany. See Lotti, Ottavian;
-, -, of Venice. See Barbarigo, Gregorio;
Correr, Marc Antonio;
-, ambassadors and agents of, to Denmark. See Anstruther, Sir Robert.
-, -, to France. See Edmondes, Thomas.
-, -, in Germany. See Lesieur, Sir Stephen.
-, -, to Netherlands. See Edmondes, Clement.
-, -, to Poland. See Gordon, Patrick.
-, -, with Princes Possessioners. See Dickenson, John.
-, -, in Savoy. See Carleton, Dudley;
-, -, in Spain. See Cornwallis, Sir Charles;
Digby, Sir John.
-, -, in Turkey. See Pindar, Paul.
-, -, in Venice. See Carleton, Dudley.
-, adventurers from, allowed to serve in foreign wars, 7;
flock to serve under Maurice, 217.
-, capitulations of, at Constantinople, 83.
-, Foscarini's tour in, 40, 41.
-, fortification of ports in, for fear of Spanish fleet, 222.
-, musters ordered in, 208, 220.
-, Princess of. See Elizabeth.
-, Queen of. See Anne;
-, representatives of, at Xanten, 241.
-, ships of, in Red Sea, 13, 33.
-, -, at Corfu, 325.
-, -, treatment of, by Venetians, 397.
-, -, in Levant, 423.
-, -, go to help Savoy, 427.
-, -, cost more than Dutch, 459.
-, -, at Seville, detained, 565.
-, suspicions of plague in, 31.
-, sailors of, Simon Contarini's opinion of, 241.
-, -, employed by Venetian masters, 456.
-, troops of, feared landing, in help of Savoy, 253.
-, fugitive Flemings received in, 281.
-, gentlemen from, visiting Venice, 358.
-, trade of, with Zante, 363.
-, -, with Aleppo, 474.
-, intrigues of, suspected in Germany, 442.
-, makes arrangement with Dutch in East Indies, 447.
-, munitions for Savoy bought in, 454.
-, proposal to form companies to hire Venetian ships for English trade, 554.
-, king of. See Henry VIII.;
-, secretary of, at Venice. See Monte, Gregorio di.
English methods of privateering, 106.
-, adventurers in Spanish forces, 184;
in Dutch service, 222.
-, -, sent to Sedan, 557.
-, -, pirates captured by Duke Ferdinand, 128;
frequent Turkish ports, 206;
infesting Spanish seas, 223;
arrested at Livorno, 241.
Enno III., count of East Friesland, count of Emden, in pay of Spaniards, 180.
Epernon, the duke of. See Nogaret, Jean Louis de.
Erasmus, attack of Cichocius upon, 562n.
Ernest, margrave of Brandenburg, 65.
Este, Prince Luigi of, 4, 6, 8, 10.
-, Charles Philibert of, Marquis of Lanz, to go to help Savoy, 199.
Eston, Peter, 31, 56, 66, 347.
-, -, at Villafranca, 14, 35, 39, 43, 85.
-, -, wounded, 19.
-, -, loses ships, 66.
-, -, becomes Catholic, 91.
Estrée, Francis Hannibal d', marquis of Coeuvres, the marquis of Coure, sent as ambassador extraordinary of France to Rome, 72;
obtains consignment from Vendóme, 162;
gets nothing from Hinojosa, 185.
Etaples [Pas de Calais, France], 549;
Boislorée at, 553;
occupied by troops of Marshal of Ancre, 564, 570.
Eton [co. Berks], edition of Chrysostome printed at, 80n.