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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 14: 1615-1617 (1908), pp. 617-625. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=95978 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Cadi. See Moro, the Cadi.

Cadiz, Spain, 409, 454, 470, 488, 489, 551.

Cæsar. See Emperor.

Cæsar, duke of Modena, 73.

-, duke of Vendome, 156.

-, -, offers troops to Savoy, 184;

declared a traitor, 445, 480.

Cætani, Antonio, archbishop of Capua, papal nuncio in Spam: destroys book against pope, 186;

suggests peace negotiations, 248;

Gritti approaches about peace, 419;

negotiations of, 509, 564.

Caffarelli, Scipio, Cardinal Borghese, 186.

-, -, objects to conferment of degrees by doctor at Padua, 290, 310;

Venetian reply to, 319.

Caimecam. See Turkey, officials of.

Cairo, Egypt, 222.

Calais [Pas de Calais, France], 97, 107, 182, 199, 418, 531, 586n.

-, with Condé, 4;

Bonnivet detained at, 76, 87.

-, governor of, treason of, 14.

-, despatch from, 98.

Calamotta, Calamota, Calamata, island, Dalmatia, 287, 501.

Calandrini, Giovanni, Italian merchant at London, 221, 356.

Calderon, Don Rodrigo, 139.

Caluslimiones, 201.

Caluzo, marquis of, detained, 26;

released, 165.

Calvin, John, Psalms with comments after, 474.

Camello, Count, 528.

Campbell, Archibald, earl of Argyle:

sent to punish rebels in Hebrides, 13;

meets with resistance, 38;

defeats rebels, 45, 57, 76;

arrangements of Muscorno with, 54. 107;

collusion with Muscorno to obtain certain lands, 600–602.

Canaye, Philip de, lord of Fresne, M. de Fresne, French ambassador in Venice, 575n.

Candale, M. de. See Foix, Henry de.

Candia. See Crete.

Canea, 353.

Cani, Villa de', 446.

Canterbury [co. Kent], 198, 199.

-, archbishop of, 480.

-, -, See Abbot, George.

Caorle [Prov. Treviso, Italy], 534.

Capo d'Istria, Istria, 69, 375.

Captain of the Sea. See Turkey, officials of.

Capua, archbishop of. See Caetani, Antonio.

Caratto, servant of Viscount Rochester, 595.

Carazo, harach, imposed on foreigners at Constantinople, 289, 299, 301, 310, 342, 346, 352, 438, 443, 455, 499;

ambassadors protest against, 406, 407, 425, 430;

attack on Vizier about, 449;

removed, 450, 462, 476, 490.

Cardinals. See Borgia, Gaspar;

Caffiarelli, Scipio, cardinal Borghese;

Dietrichstein, Francis;

Klesl, Melchior;

Lorraine, Ludovic de;

Ludovisio, Alessandro;

Maurice, prince of Savoy;

Medici, Carlo de';

Sforza, Francesco.

Caresana, Istria, 68.

Carew, George, lord of Clopton, 344n.

Cariati, il, of Zante, 560.

-, -, sells archenda, 312, 346, 426;

deserves punishment, 313, 325;

murdered, 392, 395.

Carinthia, archduke of. See Ferdinand, the archduke.

Carisee, 82.

Carlestot, 474.

Carleton, Sir Dudley, English ambassador at Venice, 61, 210.

-, -, -, expositions of, 28, 42.

-, -, -, to go to Netherlands, 23, 86;

takes leave at Venice, 42, 46;

present to, 46;

praised by Venice, 64;

reaches London, 85;

proposal for league rejected, 386.

-, -, English ambassador at the Hague, 161, 189, 261, 347, 449, 467.

-, -, -, has first audience, 165;

suggests union between Dutch and Venice, 166, 171, 172.

advises Dutch not to make war, 174;

at Spa. 282;

visits Surian, 295.

advises league against Spain, 354;

receives archbishop of Spalato, 355, 360, 375.

advises States General to restore Juliers, 375–377, 382;

Dutch postpone reply to, 391;

new proposals of, 394;

Dutch reply to, 396, 424.

recommends Gates to Venice, 404, 408;

Predestinants use church of, 418.

asked to wait for reply, 434, 448;

confidences with Surian, 435, 438.

speaks on religious dissensions. 500;

mentions disputes in Venetian camp, 505.

asks Dutch to help Savoy, 507;

Wotton writes to, 508;

Surian to have understanding with, 521.

expresses devotion to Venice, 535;

criticises Dutch Government, 536;

well informed of Turkish news, 541.

-, -, -, told to encourage Dutch to help Savoy, 552.

surprised that no Venetian ambassador in London, 568.

-, -, waits on Foscarini, 97;

proposes league with Venice, 124, 223;

instructed to serve Venice at Hague, 146, 147, 166.

-, -, letters to, 214n, 245n, 264n, 350n, 421n, 431n, 448n, 467n, 510n, 523n, 538n, 574n, 586n.

-, -, letters of, 462n, 531n.

Carlisfot, 326.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 545.

Carlopago Carlo Bago, Serisa, [Croatia], 265.

Caron, Noel, Dutch ambassador in England, 26, 135, 146, 149, 161, 213, 221, 229, 249, 284.

-, -, -, returning to Holland, 3, 12, 17;

promises of, 37;

returns to England, 62;

says James supports Dutch, 70.

Barbarigo communicates news to, 115, 120, 138, 159, 204;

mollifies wrath of Queen Anne, 122;

offer of, for Cautionary towns, 170n;

thanked by Venice, 195.

more concerned with trade than state of affairs, 233.

interview with James, 235, 254;

Lionello gives news to, 268.

James speaks to, about Italy, 357;

to press James to help Savoy. 393.

says Spain is only playing with James, 394.

promises of, to Scarnafes, 412;

sees James about duchies and Savoy, 429.

James assures that Spanish marriage will not take place, 560.

to report decision of Dutch about Savoy and urge James to act, 572.

witness in Foscarini trial, 594.

Carr, Frances, countess of Somerset: accusations against, 53, 58;

confesses to witchcraft, 61;

near her delivery, 65;

expected fate of, 79;

delivered of a daughter, 94;

sentenced, 118, 214;

granted life, 245.

-, Robert, viscount Rochester, 595.

-, -, earl of Somerset, 100, 598, 600, 602.

-, -, -, dispute with Council, 45;

accusations against, 53, 58;

rise of, 57, 58;

proposed general pardon to, 58;

imprisoned, 61;

prosecution of, 62, 140;

seals taken from, 65;

charges against, 79;

sentenced, 118, 120;

granted lite, 245.

-, -, -, the lord Chamberlain. Muscorno to make purchases for, 481.

Carr. See also Kerr.

Carré, M. Francisque de la, a Frenchman, 597.

Cartagena, 133, 408, 467.

-, ships detained at, 563.

Carvajal, Donna Luisa de, Spanish lady:

attends mass at Venetian embassy, 598;

has private gateway, 599;

imprisoned, 600.

Casale of Montferrat [Prov. Alessandria, Italy], 144.

Casaubon, Isaac, book of, prohibited, 325.

Casella, Giovanni Battista, steward of Foscarini;

reconciled with Foscarini, 48;

witness at Foscarini's trial, 596.

Castagnavizza, Castagnovizza [Prov. Goritz, Austria], 579.

Castiglia, M. de, French ambassador in Switzerland, 51, 80.

Castiglione, near the Veronese, 568.

Castile, Spain, president of, 30.

Castle, John, 388n.

Castro, Don Francesco de, 512.

Cataneo, Pompilio, 249.

Catholic king. See Philip III. king of Spain.

Catholic priest hanged by James, 264.

Catholies, English: welcome idea of Spanish marriage, 155;

reports spread by, 245;

hostility to, 265;

Spanish pensions withdrawn from those taking oath of allegiance, 317;

Foscarini said to spy upon, 594;

Foscarini accused of lukewarmness in defending, 598.

-, apostate, in England, Foscarini's attitude to, 604.

Cattarina, princess of Savoy, to marry Nemours, 339.

Cattaro, 525.

Cauchon, Charles, baron du Tour and de Maupas, French ambassador extraordinary in England, 406, 411, 435.

-, -, -, expected, 420;

commissions of, 429;

arrives, 436;

first audience, 443;

asks James not to help Savoy or princes, 452.

goes to Theobalds, 453;

takes leave, 460, 470;

returns, 482;

acts against Savoy, 492.

Caumartin, lord of, See Feure, Louis de.

Cautionary towns, 313.

-, -, proposed redemption of by Dutch, 170, 192;

terms accepted, 197;

money ready for, 213;

surrender of, 225, 274;

reasons of Dutch for redeeming, 226;

money for, spent, 277.

-, -, See Brill;

Flushing;

Hochen;

Rammekens.

Cavazza, Hieronimo, secretary of the Collegio, 570.

Cecil, General Sir Edward, jealousy of Scots, 295.

-, Robert, earl of Burghley, 556n, 586n.

-, -, earl of Salisbury, 213, 601, 605.

-, Thomas, earl of Exeter, 586n., 596, 598.

-, William, earl of Exeter, 586n.

-, -, lord Roos, 323, 358.

-, -, -, ambassador extraordinary to Spain, 208, 427, 451.

-, -, .-, -, preparations of, 197, 304;

understanding with Sarmiento, 234;

to ask for execution of treaty of Asti, 314, 316.

sets out, 322, 328;

entirely Spanish, 328;

detained at Ply-month, 342;

Dutch suspicions of mission of, 347;

not to negotiate for marriage, 351;

pays 16,000 crowns to Sarmiento, 358.

to insist upon treaty of Asti, 362;

expected at Madrid, 378;

promises to Stodder, 382.

recalled, 388, 389;

James awaits news from, 399, 400, 401;

reception at Madrid, 418.

negotiations of, 419;

given a Jew's house, 421;

urges peace, 442;

offeinds Lerma, 444, 445, 472, 475.

leaves, 446;

offers to stay at Paris, 459;

James dissatisfied with, 460.

-, -, -, goes to Scotland, 479;

report made by, 483;

flees secretly from England, 586 and note.

Celso, Cornelio, anonymous letter sent to, 591.

Cephalonia, 579, 580.

-, trade in raisins at, 31.

-, English merchants at, 577.

-, Rectors of, 581.

Ceremonies, Master of the. See Finet, Sir John;

Lewkenor, Sir Lewis.

Cerisa. See Ciriça.

Cerronio, Ceronio, Thomas, provost of San Fedele, Milan, a Jesuit, 533, 587.

-, -, offers to disclose plot against James, 531;

proceeds to England, 532;

reaches London, 537;

in seclusion at Grecuwich, 538;

discloses the plot, 573, 574;

sent away, 574n;

suspected of intending to change religion, 578.

Cervignan, Cernignano [Prov. Goritz, Austria], 89, 455, 456.

Chalil. See Halil.

Chalons sur Marne [Marne, France], 108.

Chamberlain, lord. See Carr, Robert;

Herbert, William, earl of Pembroke.

Chamberlain, John, letters of, 190n., 214n., 244n., 264n., 350n., 421n., 431n., 448n., 510n., 538n., 547n., 586n.

-, -, letters to, 462n, 531n.

Chambery [Savoie, France], 31.

Champagne, France, 52, 102.

Chancellor of Brandenburg. See Lentius.

-, of England. See Bacon, Francis;

Egerton, Thomas.

-, of France. See Brûlart, Nicholas, lord of Sillery.

-, of Scotland. See Seton, Alexander.

Charenton [Paris, France], 524.

Charles, prince of Wales, duke of York, 50, 60, 61, 64, 66, 97, 98, 210, 217, 254, 290, 445, 520, 584.

-, -, progress of, 13;

Anne's wishes for, 38;

kept near James, 38, 43;

marriage of, 65;

letter of to doge, 77.

establishment of, 245;

enters Privy Council, 269;

Nodari in service of, 298;

created prince of Wales, 328, 350, 398;

sees Lionello, 333;

congratulations of Venice for, 354.

member of Council in king's absence, 412;

at Theobalds, 478;

will be out of London, 480.

inclined to Spanish marriage, 484;

speaks of Concini's death, 502.

goes to Richmond, 538;

Lioncllo has audience of, 540;

to meet king at Woodstock, 556.

packet of letters for, opened, 594, 597, 604;

Fosoarini did not present letters of condolence to, 595.

-, -, marriage of. See Marriages.

Charles III, duke of Lorraine, Bembo's election notified to, 73.

Charles V, emperor, 378.

Charles IX, 285n.

Charles Emanuel, duke of Savoy, (1615), 27, 73, 86.

opinion of James, 1, 2;

attitude to marriage proposal, 6;

troops for, 9.

Spanish mistrust of 21;

disposted to a league, 25;

angry about Oneglia, 26;

league with, 28;

French troops for, 29.

gives banquet to Zen, 30;

Biondi to see, 31;

claims to have disarmed, 35, 36;

suspects France, 36.

proposed league with Berne, 40;

James does not wish to help princes, 44;

intends to justify himself, 47.

interview with Wake, 60;

expected to help French princes, 67;

proposal to include in Union, 68, 180.

fears result of marriages, 70, 77, 84;

fears action of Toledo, 87;

complains to ambassadors of Spanish deceit, 91, 92;

Spain's demands of, 93.

(1616), 99, 102, 105, 110, 132, 144, 150, 154, 155, 162, 176, 191, 192, 213, 223, 248, 264, 270, 271, 273, 281, 351, 380, 393.

Bernese advances to, 101;

interest of James in, 103;

on defensive, 108, 109;

wants help from Venice, 109, 118, 121, 133;

Venetian help for, 113, 128;

offers to Venice, 115;

proposed league with Venice, 138.

English help for, 123;

English advice to, 125, 128;

complains of Milan, 130, 131;

wants treaty of Asti executed. 136.

reported help to French princes, 139;

wishes to expel Spaniards from Italy, 141, 143;

asks for help, 142.

sends word of Milanese forces, 147;

will not trust Spain, 148.

requests mediation of Venice, 149;

wants help from Venice and England, 151;

Venice helps with French troops, 218, 219, 224, 229, 250.

reasons for not engaging English troops, 157.

breaks with governor of Milan, 158, 159;

has little hope of Spanish disarmament, 163.

James ready to help, 164, 169, 195, 308;

despairs of help from England, 165;

James does little for, 171.

friendly relations with Venice, 167, 168, 209;

Palatine's help for, 170.

Spanish complaints against, 172;

Spaniards harass, 177;

needs help, 178, 179.

treats with Condé, 173;

offers of French princes to, 184.

asked not to arm, 185, 203;

can make diversion for Spaniards, 186.

suspected understanding with England and France, 193.

arms again, 194;

French soldiers flock to, 208.

Wotton sees, 210, 239.

desires league against Spain, 211;

upset by Bethune's, proposals, 212;

negotiations with Bethune, 215;

suspicious of Bethune, 253.

determined Spain shall disarm, 216;

Spain not to attack, 225;

complaints against Spain, 229.

confers with ambassadors, 237;

proposal to Donato, 238;

praised by Wotton, 239.

Venice sends money to, 242;

requirements from James, 243.

complaints of, against Spaniards, 243, 244.

sends word to James, 253, 254;

Venetian support of, 259, 267;

quarrel with Mantua, 263.

desires troops from Berne, 274;

made to spend by Spain, 275;

writes to Scarnafes, 292.

engagement with Spaniards, 298;

James ready to help, 302, 331;

proposals of James to assist, 314, 321, 322, 332;

hope from England, 315.

Scarnafes upholds action of, 306, 307, 316;

overwhelming Spanish pretensions upon, 308, 327.

league of, with Venice reported, 317;

proposed truce with Spain, 319.

Venetian help for, 330, 333, 335, 336, 338.

expedition of Nemours against, 337, 339;

assistance given to, 338.

hopes to stir England to help, 344, 345, 347;

French reconise importance of sustaining, 346;

James discusses questions of helping, 348, 349, 355.

money sent by James to, 350;

distressed by success of Spaniards in Piedmont, 353;

English grant of munitions to, 356, 361–363, 372, 379.

hopes for levies from Bernese, 354;

James sees Sarmiento about, 357;

English representations to Spain upon, 368, 339;

answer to, 378.

rejects Spanish proposal to disarm, 359;

decides to send ambassadors to ask for help, 360.

Dutch and Venice support, 366;

English help for, 367;

successes of, in Piedmont, 367.

suspects Cardinal Ludovisio, 370;

writes to Scarnafes, 372;

ill, 374;

recovers, 389.

ready to help Grisons against Spain, 378;

will not sign peace without Venice, 380.

relations of Venice with, criticised in England, 381, 386.

help needed by, 385;

value of Venice to, 386.

advised to make active war, 387;

English help for, 388, 389, 410.

Biondi's advice to, 391, 403;

opinion of Biondi, 392.

asks for English help, 394;

English merchants mistrust, 394, 395.

(1617), 413, 421, 429, 434, 441, 472, 516, 519, 542.

urged by Biondi to approach James, 397;

Spanish intrigues against, 398;

Spanish hostility to, 538.

league proposed to help, 399;

writes to Scarnafes, 400;

praises Venice, 401.

conference with Lesdiguières, 404, 405, 423;

remonstrates about Spaniards to pope, 407.

feeling of English councillors for, 410;

ready to adopt enterprise against Genoa, 415.

interview with Bethune, 417;

Venetian help for, 419;

advised to make peace with Spain, 420.

levies for army, 426;

Lesdiguières with, 427;

English privateers to help, 437.

advised to make offensive war, 442, 453;

writes to Scarnafes, 443;

James bound to help, 444, 452.

proposed terms with Berne, 445;

campaigning of, 446, 455, 460, 474, 478.

agrees to peace negotiations at Madrid, 450, 458;

James objects to, 453;

gives Venice power to treat, 468, 469, 543.

Toledo ordered not to harass, 451;

France wishes to preserve, 452;

answer of, to James, 459.

in difficulties, 475;

grievance of James against, 468, 478;

Spanish terms to, 482.

Spaniards wish to separate from Venice, 488, 527;

suspects Venice, 491.

terms required by, 492;

makes no approach as to England, 475;

Venice solid with, 498, 559, 564, 566.

help of French princes for, 505, 514;

English munitions for, 508, 522, 526.

peril of, represented to France, 509;

claims of Bernese from, 511, 514, 522.

preparing to encounter Don Pedro, 513;

Winwood thinks of helping, 517.

Union friendly to, 521, 522,

negotiations with Bernese, 527;

Dutch decide to help, 528.

Wake complains to, about concealment of Madrid negotiations and urges preparations for war, 529, 530, 541, 544, 570.

suggested league with Dutch, 535;

help required by, 540, 565;

ruined unless disarmament, 546.

James asked to declare for, 547–549;

Venetian help for, 554;

Dutch urged to help, 554;

James offended with, 556.

Union advised to help, 561;

help of James for, 562;

Wake says James absolved from helping, 571.

present of, to Winwood, 571, 572;

Wotton enemy of, 574.

says league will he necessary if peace not made, 576;

desires league for safety against Spain, 581.

will rather fight than yield, 591;

Foscarini said to be acting for, 596;

ill treatment of Gussoni 597.

Cháteau Thierry [Aisne, France], captured by Condé, 43, 44.

Chátillon, count of. See Coligny, Gaspar de.

Chaumont, 404.

Chauny [Oise, France], 43;

for Condé, 107.

Chauxi, baion of, 128.

cheese, 481.

Chefniler. See Khevenhüller.

Cheney, Sir Henry, Henry lord of, Chenez, M. de, 107, 600–602.

Cherso, island of, Dalmatia, 427.

Chesnay, M. de la, seeretary of Desmaretz, 265, 290.

Chiavoredo [Prov. Udine, Italy], 286, 287.

Chichester, Arthur lord, viceroy of Ireland, 421.

-, -, recalled, 140.

Chieri [Prov. Turin, Italy], 505.

Chislar Agassi. See Turkey, officials of.

Chivasso [Prov. Turin, Italy], 245, 280.

-, despatch dated from, 564.

Choiseul, Charles of, lord of Praslm, routs Tingry, 57.

Christian IV, king of Denmark, 39, 71, 96, 154, 278, 358, 366, 402, 454.

-, -, attitude of, to Brunswick, 21;

sends to England about Brunswick, 49;

arms to help Brunswick, 57;

designs of, feared, 69, 100.

Dutch libel upon, 122;

hopes of including in Union, 123;

English troops for, 210;

prepares ships against Dutch, 235.

presents of, to Queen Anne, 284;

Queen Anne's present to, 395.

preparations of, against Denmark alarm Dutch, 462.

puts to sea, 517;

reasons for voyage, 538;

Dutch suspicions of, 541.

Foscarini's alleged disrespect to, 596, 605.

Christian, prince of Anhalt, 68, 204, 280.

-, -, writes to Savoy, 63;

at christening of princes of Wirtemberg, 175;

Contarini's credentials to, 582.

Christian king, the most. See Louis XIII, king of France.

Christina, princess of France: proposed marriage with count of Soissons, 323, 333, 334.

proposed marriage to Prince Charles of England. See Marriages, between France and England.

Christmas, Brice, fined for duelling 448n.

Chur. See Coire.

Ciriça, Cerisa, Juan de, Spanish seeretary, 378.

Cinran, Antonio, Proveditore and Captain of Coptain of Corfu. 417.

Cividal [Prov. Udine, Italy], 375, 492.

-, Proveditore of, 455.

Clabuzai, pass of, Friuli, 455.

Clermont [Oise, France], Condé near, 32.

Clertiny, Sieur de, Dutch mercenary, 461.

Cleves, 3, 18, 21, 65, 81, 86, 100, 119, 131, 163, 166, 205, 208, 213, 219, 220, 226, 237, 375, 376, 381.

-, Spaniards profess readiness to withdraw from, 10;

proposal to place in deposit 17;

arbitration upon, 37,

no hope about, 52.

war of, 55, 75;

negotiations upon, 69;

Spanish designs upon, 121.

Dutch anxious about, 122;

Dutch buy claims on, 149;

quiet, 221.

James asks Dutch to give up, 235, 254, 377, 396, 423;

Bennet to negotiate upon, 512.

Cliopus, villa of, 435.

cloth, dispute with Dutch about dyed, 310, 334;

Council discusses question, 343;

Dutch commissioners to come about, 358;

new marts proposed for, 394;

old company restored, 412.

Cockaine, Alderman William, 412n.

Coire, Chur, Grisons, 137, 149.

-, Barbarigo at, 15.

-, Venetian envoys leave, 335.

-, Venetian instructions sent to agent at, 151, 299, 301, 305, 306, 319, 324, 404, 436, 486, 493, 497, 501, 506, 513, 520.

Cake, Sir Edward, lord chief justice: anger of James with, 245;

quarrel of Villiers and Hay over, 388n.

Coligny, Gaspar de, count of Chátillon, M. de Chátillon, 156, 174, 195, 271.

Collingthon. See Hollington.

Collins, Thomas, citizen and notary of London, 601.

Cologne, 3, 20, 175, 221, 226.

-, send to demolish Mulheim, 49;

Henry of Nassau threatens, 69;

reprisals against, 83.

-, Maximlian at, 207.

-, despatches from, 8, 10.

-, archbishopric of, 261.

-, archbishop and elector of. See Ferdinand of Bavaria.

Colorno, countess of, 240.

Concini, Concino, marquis of Ancre, the marshal of Anere:

Condé denounces, 12;

troops of, 16;

secures Abbeville, 50;

sends troops to Corbie, 57.

advocates peace, 59;

Desmaretz writes to about Bonnivet, 76;

hated at Abbeville, 107.

commands for king, 108;

mortification of, 140.

only one queen can rely on, 445;

death of, 494;

rejoicing at, 502, 509, 510n.

conspiracy against England in lifetime of, 573.

Condé. See Bourbon Condé.

Conigli, 82.

Constantinople, 55, 91, 231, 246, 371, 384, 407, 462, 491, 525.

Arsenal, 300.

correspondents of Ossuna at. 475;

practices of Ossuna at, 546.

Courtenay claims to, 164.

Franks forhidden to cross from Pera to, 289, 299;

number of Franks at, liable to carazo, 438.

imposition of carazo at, 289, 299, 300.

Venetian instructions sent to bailo at, 188, 274, 280, 287, 301, 305, 306, 326, 336, 359, 367, 374, 389, 404, 406, 410, 423, 455, 456, 474, 493, 497, 501, 506, 513, 520, 534, 539, 544.

news from, 544.

opening of new mosque at, 524.

renegades at, 464.

sumptuary laws at, 289.

Venetian trade at, 2.

Venetian bailo at, Foscarini would like to be, 594, 604. See also Turkey.

Contarini, Lorenzo, 285.

-, Nicolo, reformer of the University of Padua, 290.

-, Pietro, Venetian Ambassador in France, 11, 77.

-, -, present at marriage, 47;

reply to, about Grisons, 349;

might go to England, 396.

-, -, despatches of, 29, 46, 47, 54, 59, 60, 63, 67, 68, 71, 72, 81, 91, 102, 118, 172, 173, 175, 183, 187, 201, 203, 230, 247, 248, 271, 279.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador Extraordinary to England: chosen, 584, 585, 589;

credentials of, 582.

-, Simon, Venetian Ambassador at Rome, 164, 248.

-, -, -, mentioned as ambassador to the Union, 569;

Jacques Pierre informs of plot against Venice, 590.

-, -, -, despatches of, 14, 99, 110, 202, 281, 294, 305, 310, 324, 368, 383, 424, 438, 474, 486, 491.

-, -, letters and instructions to, 173, 174, 305, 318, 319, 374, 437, 465.

Conway, Sir Edward, 197 n.

Copernicus, Nicholas, book of, prohibited, 325.

Corbie [Somme. France], 98.

-, favours Condè, 40, 107;

Longueville at, 32;

Ancre sends troops towards, 57.

Corfu, 513, 581.

-, trade of Zante, 481.

-, despatches from, 417.

-, Proveditore and Captain of. See Ciuran, Antonio.

Cormons [Prov. Goritz, Austria], 89.

Cornaro, Giacomo, 406.

Corner, Hieronimo, Inquisitor of State, 592.

Cornwallis, Sir Charles, English ambassador in Spain, Philip has copies of papers of, 95.

Corona Regia of Puteanus, 485, 517, 573.

Carrer, Francesco, Inquisitor of State, 592

-, Marc Antonio, 238.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador in England, 575 n.

Corsica, 49.

Cosimo II de' Medici, Crand Duke of Tuscany. See Medici.

Cosliaco, Istria, 222, 232.

Cossacks, 504.

Cossé, Charles de, count of Brissac, marshal of France, the Marshal Brissac, 108.

Costa, Pietro Francesco, bishop of Savona, papal nuncio in Savoy, 143, 558.

Cottington, Francis, English agent in Spain, 174, 278.

-, -, leaves for Spain, 103;

arrives at Madrid, 134;

letters to Winwood, 150 n.

asks for restitution of Oneglia, 172;

asks for execution of treaty of Asti, 181, 261.

justifies Savoy, 194;

complains of sequestration of English goods, 202.

gives information to Gritti, 248, 252, 261, 328, 329, 354, 491, 493, 526, 578.

representations for Savoy, 368, 369;

answer to, 369, 378;

sends to king, 516.

complains of lack of protection against pirates, 523.

defends Savoy, 527;

Lerma informs of peace negotiations, 529.

remarks of, upon marriage, 545;

refuses English ships for protecting Spanish treasure fleet, 551,

does not hope for marriage, 564;

good relations with Gritti, 566,

letter of, 174 n.

Cotton, Sir Robert, arrested, 104.

-, Father, plots against queen mother, 138.

Coucy le Cháteau [Aisne, France]: favours Condé, 4;

letter of Condé from, 12;

held by princes, 107.

Council, lords of the, Privy Council, 58, 216, 217, 342, 348, 358, 363, 365, 517, 603.

-, -, lays tax on houses, 13;

to discuss parliament and foreign affairs, 34, 44, 45;

opposition to parliament in, 37, 38.

against Somerset, 45;

agree to steps against pirates, 49;

Muscorno intrigues with, 56.

issue orders for parliament, 89;

discuss helping French princes, 102.

Spanish marriage negotiations not submitted to, 147;

to be notified to, 234.

decide upon coronation of Prince Charles, 245;

consider Venetian claims reasonable, 252;

Prince Charles and Arundel admitted to, 269.

allow Lionello to take gunpowder, 276, 334;

discuss question of dyed cloth, 310, 343.

consulted about help to Savoy, 326, 332, 350, 355, 362.

Edmondes admitted to, 388;

entertain Sarmiento, 394.

discuss arming of royal ships, 410;

Edmonds advocates helping French princes in, 411.

will not allow crown jewels out of kingdom, 430.

control levies, 432;

persist in sending Raleigh, 436;

Buckingham admitted to, 446.

beg king not to go to Scotland, 476;

rule in king's absence, 480.

favour Spanish marriage, 484;

opposition to marriage in, 485.

meet at Greenwich, 495;

measures of, for putting down pirates, 496.

Montgomery admitted to, 497;

reported defeat of Spanish party in, 528.

Wotton reports plot against James to, 532n.

Lionello advises merchants to complain to about ships taken at Naples, 533.

James promises to consult about helping Venice, 554, 555.

four members of, to interrogate Jesuit of Milan, 473;

Lord Wotton member of, 576.

banish Catholic priests, 598;

Abbot Foscarini's only friend in, 603.

-, -, secretary of the, 604.

-, of Scotland, 489.

-, -, tries to dissuade king from helping Venice, 552.

Coure, marquis of, See Estrée, Francis Hannibal d', marquis of Coeuvres.

Courtenay, M. de, 197.

-, -, envoy of Condé in England, 101, 104, 111, 148, 157, 163, 205.

-, -, wants more help, 117;

complains that Condé not helped, 129;

remarks on French affairs, 140, 191;

statement about French marriages, 155;

tells James position of princes, 156;

claims royal descent, 164.

Courtenay Bleneau, M. de, 104, 108.

Cracow [Brabant], 341.

Crema [Prov. Cremona, Italy], 375

Cremona, Italy, 181.

Crepi en Valois [Oise, France], Condé near, 32;

Longueville gos to, 39.

Crequy, Charles de Blanquefort de, prince of Poix, M. de Crichi, 460.

Crescentino [Prov. Novara, Italy], 523.

Crete, Candia, 329, 330.

-, wine trade of, 231.

-, Ossuna invites Turks to attack, 520.

-, galleys of, 520, 525, 533, 539.

-, despatches from, 126, 201.

-, captain of. See Morosini, Francesco.

-, Proveditore General of. See Bondumier, Pietro;

Zane, Giacomo.

Crevacuor [Prov. Novara, Italy], 404, 435, 455.

Crevecoeur, fort, Brabant, 341.

Crichi, M. de. See Crequy.

Croatia, troops of, 73.

Crotti, secretary of the duke of Savoy, 91, 133, 237, 468, 475.

-, -, writes to Scarnafes, 338, 401.

Cruglio, in Friuli, 409.

Cueva, Alonso de, marquis of Bedmar, Spanish ambassador at Venice, 228, 262, 505, 561.

-, -, asks for protection, 526;

intimacy of Wotton with, 536, 537;

offered an asylum at Mantua, 537;

fears the mob, 541.

Curzola, island, Dalmatia, 497.

-, Venetian fleet at, 501, 513.

Cyprus, 126, 286 n.

-, pirates about, 341.



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