Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 10, 1603-1607. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.
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Abbot (Abbate), Maurice, of London, merchant, 129.
Abrual, Nicholas, of London, mariner, 8.
Acorns (valonie), imported to Venice from Nauplia, 682.
Admiral, Grand, of Flanders. See Aremberg.
- Lord High. See Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham.
Admiralty Court, Judge of. See Caesar alias Adelmare.
Adriatic, or the Gulf, 23, 91;
Venetian supremacy in, 577.
Achmet, Sultan of Turkey (1603), his accession, 173;
his cruelty, frivolity, and lust, 329;
causes the Grand Vizier to be killed in his presence, 640.
“Adventure.” See Ships.
Agate, mounted in gold, presented by Constable of Castille to King James, 266.
Agents. See “Ambassadors.”
Albany, Duke of. See Charles.
-, Dukedom of, history of title, 205.
Alberghini, Alberghino, of Salò, 728.
Albertini, Piero of Venice, mariner, deposition by, 9.
Aldemari. See Cæsar.
Aldobrandini, Pietro, Cardinal, his relations with Sir Anthony Standen, 188;
- See Clement VIII.
Alençon, Duke of, Queen Elizabeth's intrigue with, and its success, 66.
Alencourt, M. d'. See Neufville.
Aleppo, English trade with, 129.
Alessandre, Alessandro, alias Alexander son of Alexander the Scot. sailor, 371, 376.
Alestimo, in Corfu, 195.
Alexandretta, business of, to be removed to Tripoli in Syria, 477.
Alexandria, English trade with, 23, 88, 129;
hampered by Venetian laws, 109;
trade between, and Leghorn, in leather, 129;
mentioned, 196, 470.
Algiers, English trade with, 129;
galleys burnt off, 216;
Viceroy of, supports claims of candidate for throne of Morocco, 297.
Allensmore. co. Hereford, 384n.
Almoner, King's and Queen's. See Watson, Anthony.
“Alsecho.” See Ships.
Alva, Duke of. See Toledo.
Alvarez, Captain Juan, Sir Anthony Sherley's pretensions to succeed, in command of Spanish fleet, 734.
Alvil, or Alvel, Nicholas, son of Richard, deposition by, 52;
his piracy, 141.
Ambassadors, privileges of:—
Board and lodging: lodging given, board claimed, 72, 111;
nothing found, 404;
board and lodging found, 463, 585.
Freedom of worship in embassy house, 118, 131, 282, 304.
Inviolability of embassy house. See case of John Ball.
Precedence of. See “Precedence.”
Removal, at request of Sovereign to whom accredited, 63, 67, 73, 76.
quà robbery of goods of, 221.
Ambassadors, Ordinary (“Lieger”) and Extraordinary, Consuls, and Agents: —
-, Dutch, in England. See—Caron, Sir Noel de.
Nassau, Count Henry of. Olden-Barneveldt, Jehan van.
-, English, in Denmark. See—Herbert, John, knt.
Le Sieur, James.
-, English, in Flanders, See—Edmondes, Thomas, knt.
Seymour, Edward, Earl of Hertford.
Zouche, Edward, Lord la.
-, English, in France. See—Carew, George, knt.
Hay, James, knt.
Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke.
Neville, Henry, knt.
Parry, Thomas. knt.
Stuart, Lodovic, Duke of Lennox.
-, English, in Italy. See—Balfour, Michael, knt, Lord Balfour of Burleigh.
-, English, in Morea. See—Jonah, Captain (Consul).
-, English, at Patras. See—Buller, George (Consul).
-, English, in Rome. See—Lindsay, James, knt.
-, English, in Spain. See—Blount, Charles, Earl of Devon.
Cornwallis, Charles, knt.
Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham.
Wilson, Thomas, knt.
-, English, in Turkey. See—Glover, Thomas, knt.
-, English, in Tuscany. See—Standen, Anthony, knt.
-, English, in Venice. See—Monte. Gregorio.
Moreton, Albertus, knt.
Standen, Anthony, knt.
Wotton, Henry, knt. See also Herbert, John. knt
-, Flemish, in England. See—Aremberg, Count d'.
Richardot, President, and his son.
Spinola, Gaston, Don.
Sur, Count de.
-, Florentine, in England. See—Montecuccoli, Alfonso, Count.
-, French, in England. See—Béthune, Maximilien, Marquis de Rosny.
Cauchon de Maupas, Charles, Baron du Tour.
Crumaille, Count de.
Harlay, Christophe de, Comte de Beaumont.
Hospital, Louis Gallucio de l', Marquis de Vitry.
Le Fevre de la Boderie, Antoine.
-, French, in Scotland. See—Béthune, Philippe de.
Cauchon de Maupas, Charles, Baron du Tour.
-, French, in Turkey. See—Gontaut, Jean de, Baron de Salagnac.
Savari, François, Sieur de Breves.
-, French, in Venice. See—Fresne-Canaye, Philippe de.
-, German (Imperial), in England. See—
Litemberg, Landgrave of.
-, German (Imperial), in Venice. See—
Castiglione, Marchese di.
Savoy, Duke of.
-, Grisons, in Venice. See—Salis, Hercules von.
-, Lithuania, in England. See—Radziwil.
-, Lorraine, in England. See—Bourbon, M. de.
Molart, Baron de.
-, Papal, in England. See—Creichton, “Father” (secret).
Effetti, Giovanni degli (secret).
Magliana, Baron (secret).
Orsini, Virginio (proposed).
-, Papal, in France. See—Buffalo, Inocentio dal.
-, Papal, in Venice. See—Offreddo.
-, Savoy, in Spain. See—Ronaccio, Secretary.
-, Scottish, in France. See—Beaton, James.
Home, Alexander, Lord Home.
-, Scottish, in Rome. See—Crichton, Robert, Baron of Sanquhair.
-, Spanish, in England. See—San Germano, Marquis of.
Taxis, Juan de, Count of Villa Mediana.
Velasco, Ferdinando, Duke of Frias, Constable of Castille.
Zuniga, Pedro de.
-, Spanish, in Venice. See—Castro, Francesco de.
-, Venetian, at Cittanuova. in Istria. See—Zorzi, Lunardo (Podestà).
-, Venetian, in Corfu. See—Canal, Augustin (Governor).
Gabriel, Zaocharia (Governor).
-, Venetian, in England. See—Duodo, Piero.
-, Venetian, in France. See—Badoer, Angelo.
-, Venetian, in Germany. See—Soranzo, Francesco.
-, Venetian, at Lepanto. See—Biffi, Gian Domenico.
-, Venetian, at Melos. See—Piperi, Januli (Consul).
-, Venetian, at Rome. See—Nani, Agostino.
-, Venetian, in Spain. See—Contarini, Simon.
-, Venetian, in Turkey. See—Bon, Ottaviano.
-, Venetian, in Zante. See—Corner, Girolamo (Governor).
Michiel, Maffio (Governor).
Ancona, relations of, to Venice, 91;
English trade with, 441.
Andernethy, —, Scot, resident in Spain, 76.
Anderson, Alderman, 109.
Andrée, Pier, of Avignon, in Maltese service, deposition by, 196.
“Angel.” See Ships.
Angels, value of, in ducats, 118.
Angus, Earl of. See Douglas.
Anne of Denmark, Queen of England, wife of James I., mentioned, 6;
a Scottish nobleman put to death for being in love with, 40;
English ladies set out to meet, 40;
her “conversion” to Roman Catholic religion;
her outbreak of temper, when refused custody of eldest son, 66, 67;
permitted to bring boy with her, 69;
her Spanish proclivities, 69;
expected at Windsor, brings boy with her, 81;
her friendship for Lord Sanquhair;
arrives at Windsor;
her parentage, her lack of dowry;
her gifts to her ladies on leaving Scotland;
Queen Elizabeth's wardrobe altered for her, 91;
goes to church with husband, her great influence with him, 97;
account of her reception of Venetian Agent, 102;
her influence with the King exerted on behalf of Roman Catholics;
declines to take Sacrament with King on Coronation Day, 111;
present to, from Pope, of relies, 118;
receives Nonsuch from King, 118;
her jointure fixed, 132;
her remark on the childlessness of the Archduchess, 136;
special messenger from, to Pope, 140, 143, 151;
her kindness to the Lady Arabella, 164;
ill, or pregnant, 169, 171;
present of jewels to, from Henry IV., 191;
accompanies King in State entry into London, 201;
allows use of Somerset House by Spanish embassy. 207;
sponsor to daughter of French Ambassador, 220;
her growing influence with King all on side of Spain, 229;
attends naval review at Rochester, 238, 242;
receives Constable of Castille, 266;
presented by Spanish Ambassador with vessels of rock crystal, 266;
with child, 294, 307, 312, 344, 355, 360;
prepares a masque, 312;
warm supporter of Spanish match for son, 325;
her masque performed, 332;
delivered of daughter, 363;
christened Mary, 368;
her chamberlain created Viscount, 368 and note;
attends church on Easter Day, 373;
quarrels with her brother Ulric, 384;
her toothache, 396;
her anxiety at King's going hunting immediately after discovery of Gunpowder Plot, 453;
with child, 473, 526;
Sir Anthony Standen owes his release to, 491;
her great weight with King, determination of Spaniards to utilize, 515;
Spanish present to, 522;
a daughter born to, which dies, 544, 555, 557;
receives her brother, the King of Denmark, 556;
sends present by him to her mother, 566;
suppresses lampoon on King, which comes to her hands, 573;
at Hampton Court, 583;
admits Spanish Ambassador to audience before French, 583;
her kinsman the Duke of Kronland in England, 583;
receives Venetian Ambassador before the Archduke's, 589;
a kinsman of, of House of Brandenburg, in England, 599;
her supposed pregnancy, 599;
arrives in London from Hampton Court, 618;
personal description of, 739 (p. 513).
Antelmi Valerio, Venetian Secretary, 449.
Antona. See Southampton.
Antonio, Captain, 639.
Antonio, Don, of Portugal, great diamond purchased from, worn by King James, 66.
Antonio, son of Hieronimo, of Venice, deposition by, 25.
Antwerp, post viâ. between Venice and England, 18, 73, 151, 475, 619, 641;
Secretary Scaramelli at, 180;
Duke of Frias at, 181;
Dutch attack on, 373, 374, 385.
Aquila, Don Juan d', his proclamation in Ireland, 147.
Arabella, the Lady. See Stuart.
Aragon and Valencia, government of. offered to Archduke Albert, 148, 193.
Aragona, Don Vlasco d', 193,
brings ratification of peace to England, 276.
Archduke, the. See Austria.
Archipelago, the, 284.
Aremberg, Count d'. See Ligne, John de.
Argentiera, alias Kimolo, 494, and note.
Argyll, Earl of. See Campbell.
Armada, the Spanish, historical narrative of the composition and defeat of, Appendix III. (p. 525).
Arms, King-at-, proclamation of King James by, 32.
Arnall, Ruberto, Englishman resident in Venice, 728n.,
Arnold, —, his piracy, 53.
Arthur, King of “Great Britain,” 12;
knights created by King James in imitation of, 106.
Arundel, Thomas, Knt., created Lord Arundel of Wardour, 368n;
raises troops in England for Archduke, forbidden to cross to Flanders, 416, 426,
King's anger, 432, 436, 457.
Aston, Sir Roger, gentleman-in-waiting, 323.
Athens, Venetian ship trading between, and Venice, 21;
merchants of, 47, 48, 50.
Audilly, Arnaud d' son-in-law of M. de la Boderie, 523n.
Austria, Albert Archduke of (1603), amnesty by, to refugees in Holland, 36.
-, -, -, presses siege of Ostend, 39.
-, -, -, to be represented in England, 28, 36, 39, 40. See Aremberg.
-, - -, special messenger from, to England, to ask safe conduct for Ambassador, 66, 70.
-, -, -, English proposal to recognize as “Protector” of Burgundian provinces, 73.
-, -, -, precedence of Envoys of, over Venetian, 91.
-, -, -, addresses James I. as “Our Good Friend,” 98,
as “brother,” 147, 516.
-, -, -, inspects machine for destruction of Ostend, 99.
-, -, -, proposal that his brothers shall succeed him, Flanders to become part of the Empire, 111.
-, -, -, English in Dutch service desert to, 118.
-, -, -, resents secret treaty (de Rosny's) between France and England, 139.
-, -, -, King James' request to, for horses from Naples, 141.
-, -, -, Spanish intrigue to remove, his probable policy against, 148, 193.
-, -, -, Scots for service under, 161.
-, -, -, (1604), not implicated in Raleigh's conspiracy, 164, 168, 179.
-, -, -, King James declines to negotiate with outside England, 186, 191.
-, -, -, his representatives at peace conference, 223.
-, -, -, terms on which Dutch would submit to him, 268.
-, -, -, dissatisfaction of, with his Lieutenant, 268.
-, -, -, his policy distinct from Spanish;
his annoyance at report of Spanish intention to give Low Countries as dower with Infanta to Prince of Wales, 313.
-, -, -, (1605), Ambassador from, expected in England, 355;
arrives, 360, 363;
his presents, 365.
-, -, -, English embassy to, 333, 360, 363.
-, -, -, recruiting for, in England, 326,
but discouraged, 369, 374, 385, 391, 393, 397, 404, 408, 410, 416, 426.
-, -, -, King James' good offices sought by, to induce Dutch to accept a “reasonable composition” with him, 363.
-, -, -, “presents” made on his behalf in England, 365.
-, -, -, claims precedence for his Ambassador in England over Venetian Agents, 365, 378, 396, 502, 510, 516, 524, 526, 527, 529, 531, 539, 544, 546, 557, 563, 565, 583, 585, 589.
-, -, -, territories of, blockaded by Dutch, 369.
-, -, -, recruiting for, in Ireland, 440,
-, -, -, arrests, but will not surrender, Gunpowder Plot conspirators, 454, 457, 464, 467, 487, 496;
memorial concerning, 497;
King James' irritation, 499, 501;
releases them, 520.
-, -, -, English in service of, to be withdrawn, 454, 457, 464.
-, -, -, report that conspirators had keys to Archduke's Embassy house in London, 455.
-, -, -, (1606), passage to Flanders of troops raised for, in Scotland, stopped, 464.
-, -, -, recruiting for, in England, to be stopped, 487,
a breach of the Anglo-Spanish peace, 499.
-, -, -, urged by English Ambassador to make peace with Dutch;
does not desire it, 488, 495.
-, -, -, Oath of Supremacy to be administered to English troops going to, and already in service of, 490.
-, -, -, his refusal to surrender conspirators considered by King James a breach of treaty, to be answered by stopping recruiting for, in England, while permitting it to Dutch, 499, 501.
-, -, -, mutiny of English regiment in service of, 527.
-, -, -, attacks Sluys, repulsed, 534.
-, -, -, proposes to discharge English in his service, 550.
-, -, discharges conspirator against King James from his service, 570.
-, -, -, candidate for succession to Empire, 625.
-, -, (1607), his brother, the Emperor's, hatred of, 673.
-, -, -, instructed from Spain secretly to negotiate truce with Dutch;
English alarm, 678.
-, -, -, Ambassador of. in England, joins Spanish protest;
in reply Lord Salisbury threatens war, if English grievances are not redressed, 683.
-, -, -, priority of audience claimed by Ambassador of, in England, over Venetian, unsuccessfully, 683.
-, -, -, his desire for accord with Dutch, attributed by them to Spanish designs in Italy, 699.
-, -, -, truce between, and Dutch on eve of conclusion, 716, 717,
concluded. 720, 721;
its terms, 722, 723.
-, -, -, Dutch expectation of advantages to accrue to them on death of the Infanta his wife, 721.
-, -, -, his design to remove Spanish from Netherlands and reunite whole under liberal government, 730.
Austria, Ferdinand, of Gratz, Archduke of, 617, 625, 630.
Austria, Matthias, Archduke of, Emperor's jealousy of, 673.
Auvergne, M. d' See Valois, Charles de.
Avignon, Vaison in, 40, 118.
“Avrin.” See Havering.
Azevedo, Don Pedro Henriquez de, Count of Fuentes, his satisfaction at Papal Interdict against Venice, 521;
commissioned to raise troops to assist Pope against Venice, 651, 661.