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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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Csar alias Adelmare (Aldemari), Sir Julius, Judge of the Admiralty Court, 132, 141, 145, 146, 170, 174, 181;

his pledges to the Venetian Ambassador to detain smugglers in prison during his pleasure, &c., 232.

Cairo, 177.

Caitmort, Roland. See Coymort.

Calais, 69, 81, 86, 97;

threatened destruction of trade of, by the freeing of trade between England and Flanders, 141;

route vi to England, 151;

dues levied at, by French, to be abolished, as preliminary to removal of Spanish 30 per cent, tax on English goods, 246 (cf. 242);

Imperial Ambassador at, 396;

passage from to England dangerous, 444;

mentioned, 490n;

English spy at, 606n.

Calergi, Betta, story of her persecution by Lorenzo Zanoli, 615n.

Calice, Bartolomeo, Don, 553n.

Calvinist as contrasted with Protestant, in case of King James, 22;

the equivalent of Protestant, 206;

Calvinistic Ministers, 241;

Ambassador Molin's historical essay on meaning of term in England, 739 (p. 511).

Camden Society, Life of Bishop Bedell, cited, 641n.

Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Argyll, the greatest person in that kingdom, employed to reduce rebels on West coast of Scotland, 737, 738.

Canal, Agustin, Venetian Governor in Corfu, despatches from, 176, 195.

Cancer, Tropic of, ships trading South of, treated as hostile by Spanish, 184.

Candia, Venetian trade with, 15, 24;

piracy off, 57;

Venetian dues levied in, 191;

ship of, attacked, 285;

mentioned, 299.

Candles, wax, trade in, 23.

Canea, 156, 272.

Canterbury, Archbishops of. See Bancroft, Richard;

Parker, Matthew;

Whitgift, John.

-, licensing of books by Archbishop of, 730.

-, proposal that the See of, should carry the primacy of Great Britain, 312.

Capello, Fra Marc Antonio, his conduct in deserting Venice reprobated by King James, 735.

Capello, Grand Duchess, 81.

Capizzuca, Tarquinio, 600.

Capudan Pasha. See Cicala;

Dervisch Pasha.

Caramusale, 152, 195.

Cardinals, their creation a source of income to Pope, 580, 591.

Carew, George, Knt., created Lord Carew of Clopton, 368n.

-, -, -, appointed (1606) Ambassador to France, 462 and note;

offer to, by Papal Nuncio, 472.

Cariglio, Don Fernando, 685.

Carminati, the. See Ships.

Carnale. See Quarnale.

Caron, Sir Noel de, Dutch. Agent in England, his representations re peace with Spain (1603), 36;

presents horses to King, 216;

his efforts to improve his position during Anglo-Spanish peace conferences, 229;

recruits troops in England, 243;

pledge exacted from, by King James for safety of Spanish envoy, crossing from Dunquerque to Dover, 259;

affects approval of Anglo-Spanish peace, but fears Spanish ascendancy in Council and over King, 274;

leaves for Holland, to collect opinions on interpretation of Anglo-Spanish peace, 288;

expected in England, 307, 312;

increased reputation of, 312;

Spanish recognition of independence of Dutch Republic, in his opinion the sole condition of peace, 325;

his assurances to Venetian Ambassador re piracy, 331;

negotiations with, touching free trade, 333;

raises troops in England, 341;

mentioned, 352;

influences English policy by threat that Dutch, if deserted, will put themselves under French protection, 365;

his efforts to keep England neutral, 391, 408, 416, 427;

mentioned, 483;

report of conversations with, 511, 618.

Carpan, Augustine, Venetian outlaw, grace solicited for, by Sir Henry Wotton, 708 and note, 715.

Gary, George, second Lord Hunsdon, Governor of I. of Wight, late Lord Chamberlain, 132.

Castiglione, Marchese di, Imperial Ambassador to Venice, 696, 704, 705, 719.

Castille, Constable of. See Velasco.

Castro, Francesco de, Don, his mission to Venice, 594;

Sir Henry Wotton attempts to secure letter written to, 605, 611, 612, 617, 621;

nature of his mission, Sir Henry Wotton's views, 622, 625, 626, 630, 633, 634a, 635, 637;

Sir Henry Wotton visits, 641;

his efforts, 645, 646, 658, 672;

credit of an accord between Pope and Venice assigned to, 673;

his proposal that Venice should suspend execution of (anti-Papal) laws for four months, 689;

his departure, the signal for arrival of the Cardinal de Joyeuse, with terms of agreement between Pope and Venice, 691;

further negotiations with, 695, 704, 705, 717, 719, 720a.

Cavagion, Mauritio, case of, 708n, 715.

Catesby, Robert, conspirator, 447.

Catherine de Bourbon, Madame of France, sister of Henry IV., wife of Henry, Duke of Bar, eldest son of Charles III., Duke of Lorraine, her death, 202, 203.

- See also Katharine.

Catholics, Roman. See Roman Catholics.

Cauchon de Maupas, Charles, Baron du Tour (de Thou, di Turs), French Ambassador (1603) in Scotland, 28;

expected in France, 38;

ousted from mission by M. de Beaumont, summoned to France, his wife, daughter of Hieronimo Gondi, left in England, 55;

preferred by King James to M. de Beaumont, 63;

received in audience by Henry IV., 64, 67;

request by King James that he should be accredited to his Court, 73;

sent (1605) on special embassy to England, with congratulations on King's escape, 456, 462;

his (1606) reception, 463;

the supposed results of his negotiations, 499.

Caution-money, proposal that it should be exacted from ships leaving England, to prevent piracy, 166, 170, 208, 221.

-, taken from ships sailing from Zante, 57, 298.

-, to be taken, as security, by Dutch, from their ships trading to the Levant, 331.

Cautionary towns, the, in Holland, pledged to Queen Elizabeth by Dutch, 31, 70, 73, 83, 213, 233, 242, 267, 292, 386, 416, 427, 474, 701, 739 (p. 521).

Cavalli, Marin, Venetian Ambassador in France, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 10, 11, 16, 17, 28, 38, 39, 63, 64, 67, 68, 76, 86, 93, 130, 131.

-, attachment to, of Scottish nobles, 36;

the first to congratulate Scottish Ambassador in Paris on King's accession, 102.

Cavendish, William, created Lord Cavendish of Hardwicke, 368n.

Cecil, Edward, Knt., nephew of Secretary, afterwards Viscount Wimbledon, crosses to Holland, 307 and note.

-, Robert, Knt., Baron Cecil of Essendon, Earl of Salisbury (1603), casket handed to, by Queen Elizabeth, for her successor, 16.

-, -, -, interview between, and Venetian Agent, 22.

-, -, -, recommends James I. to succour Ostend, 34,

without effect, 36.

-, -, -, his death compassed by Essex's plot, 40.

-, -, -, slighted by King James, deprived of the Mastership of the Court of Wards, 55,

which is restored to him, and a peerage (Baron Cecil) conferred on him, 66.

-, -, -, a little hunchback, his mission, in 1588, from Queen Elizabeth to Duke of Parma, 66.

-, -, -, interviews the Marquis de Rosny, 81,

a commissioner to confer with him, 87.

-, -, -, growth of his ascendency in the English Privy Council, 101.

-, -, -, his intervention on behalf of the Sherleys, 104.

-, -, -, asserts claim of English representative in Venice to use of Protestant rite, 118.

-, -, -, promises to support Lord Crichton for post of Ambassador to Venice, 118.

-, -, -, his views on English piracy, 141.

-, -, -, rebukes Spanish Ambassador, 142.

-, -, -, his views on strength of Dutch, and balance of power, 147.

-, -, -, his complaint against Venice at meeting of Council, 170.

-, -, -, announces name (Wotton) of Ambassador to Venice, 172.

-, - (1604), supports Paul Finder's claims against Venice, 170, 193, 403.

-, -, -, privilege of Ambassadors referred to, 221.

-, -, -, not time to breathe, with Parliament sitting, 227.

-, -, -, Anglo-Spanish peace Commissioner, 229.

-, -, -, interview with, re piracy and smuggling;

resents being troubled with a matter proper to a court of law, 232.

-, -, -, entertains the King as his guest at Theobalds, 251.

-, -, -, reports terms of Anglo-Spanish treaty to Henry IV., 259.

-, -, -, his statement to Venetian Ambassador, that the poverty of the Crown required peace with Spain: his implied doubt of the King's continued placability. 261.

-, -, -, present at the ratification of the Anglo-Spanish treaty of peace, 266,

which he signs, 268.

-, -, -, takes the farm of the customs when they are put up to auction, 295,

his profit, 306.

-, -, -, presses English claims against Venice, 306.

-, -, - (1605), his niece (?) the wife of the Earl of Pembroke, 323.

-, -, -, promise by, to hang a pirate: advises Venetian Ambassador not to wait on King at Royeton, 331.

-, -, -, a private agent of, sounds the Venetian Ambassador on modification of custom dues;

his theory of trade, 340.

-, -, -, his statement regarding King James negotiations with Pope, and Papal claims necessitating the repression of Roman Catholics in England, 353.

-, -, -, present to, from the Archduke, 365.

-, -, -, created Earl of Salisbury, 368.

-, -, -, intervenes to suppress a book, 368 (cf. 374).

-, -, -, supports Dutch Agent, 385.

-, -, -, modifies order touching English vessels in presence of Venetian flagship, 403, 407.

-, -, -, his intervention re Pert's murder, 409;

and in the case of Hugh Whitbrook, and the corn taken at Zante, 417.

-, -, -, warnings received by, from France (see No. 341) of revolution to be expected in England, connected with Gunpowder Plot, 442.

-, -, -, a Commissioner to attend examinations in the affair of the plot, 454.

-, -, -, his jealousy of the Earl of Northumberland, 454, 457, 474.

-, -, - (1606), marriages arranged by, for his son and Lord Essex with Lord Suffolk's daughters, 463.

-, -, -, asserts English claim to share in the West Indian trade, 511.

-, -, -, proposal to create K.G., reported protests of knights, 517;

receives Garter, 522;

the splendour of his installation, 527.

-, -, -, his supreme power, envy of him dead, his excellent prudence and' ability, esteemed worthy of his authority and fortune, 527.

-, -, -, conversation with, on Venetian precedence;

his strictures on the conduct of the Archduke, 551.

-, -, -, his observations on the quarrel between Pope and Venice, 532.

-, -, -, complains of the injury done to Levantine trade of England by Venetian Agents, 537.

-, -, -, decision as to Venetian precedence really rests with him, 544;

he parries the Ambassador's insistence, 546, 585.

-, -, -, threatens Spanish Ambassador re Neuce's conspiracy, 550.

-, -, -, the King, and King Christian of Denmark, his guests at Theobalds;

his wit at the expense of the Danes and their dining, 561.

-, -, -, approves the King's promise of assistance to Venice against the Pope, 561, 584, 592.

-, -, -, reputed author of a book on the quarrel between Venice and the Pope, 565.

-, -, -, sets spies on the Neuce conspirators, 565.

-, -, -, goes through with purge, 578,

better, 584.

-, -, -, his praise of Father Paul's work, 583, 584.

-, -, -, at Hampton Court, 599.

-, -, -, opposes exportation of wheat from England by Venetian Agents, 627, 629, 632, 636, 641, 658.

-, -, -, opposes publication by King James of his declaration in favour of Venice, 628, 652.

-, -, -, Sir Henry Wotton cites, as an instance of his great prudence, the ignorance of the English Ambassador in Paris that King James had made this declaration, 641.

-, -, - (1607), points out to Sir Henry Wotton that Venetian Government would have done better to buy corn for export through Flemish merchants, 658.

-, -, -, in reply to protest of Ambassadors of Spain and Archduke, he hints at recourse to war as the only remedy for English grievances, 683.

-, -, -, report of conversation between, and French Ambassador, as to possible basis of understanding between England and France for joint action in Italy, 684 and note.

-, -, -, further report on same subject;

his great influence, 690.

-, -, -, report of interview between, and Venetian Ambassador on subject of Anglo-Venetian league, 692.

-, -, -, his opinion that Spain sincerely desired accord between Pope and Venice;

his device to convince Spain that England was fully prepared to support Venice in arms, 692.

-, -, -, M. de Villeroy's account of interview between, and French Ambassador touching League, 693.

-, -, -, the member of the Privy Council most friendly to the Venetians, 708.

-, -, -, enquires as to prospects of truce between Dutch and the Archduke, 716.

-, -, -, a cousin germane of, presented by Sir Henry Wotton to Doge, 720B.

-, -, -, his opinion on truce between Dutch and the Archdukes;

raises the question of the repayment of the debt due by the Dutch to England, 721.

-, -, -, interviewed by Venetian Ambassador on occasion of accord with Pope, 726.

-, -, -, his estimate of Spanish object in assenting to truce with Dutch, 727.

-, -, -, causes a broadsheet to be suppressed, at Venetian Ambassador's request, 730, 731.

-, -, -, solicits safe conduct for Edward Peutres at Venice, 730.

-, -, -, expressed doubts of sincerity of French opposition to Spain, on occasion of French proposal for joint action with England as to Netherlands, 732.

-, -, -, his interest in Court of Wards, 739 (p. 507).

-, -, -, his origin, character, and power, 739 (p. 515).

-, Thomas, created Earl of Exeter, 368.

- William, son and heir of Robert, his marriage to Lord Suffolk's daughter, 463.

Centurione, Octavian, financier, 83.

Cephalonia, 4;

English pirate off, 29;

Venetian dues levied in, 192;

mentioned, 299.

Ceremoniali, Venetian records called. See Venice.

Cerigo, 152.

Chaloner, Sir Thomas, Governor of Prince of Wales, 167.

Chamberlain to King James I. See More, David.

-, to Queen Anne. See Sidney, Robert.

-, Grand. See Howard, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk.

-, Vice. See Stanhope, John.

Chambers, , 498n.

Chancellor, Lord, of Scotland. See Seton, Alexander.

Charles, Duke of York and Albany, second son of James I., mentioned, 6;

left in Scotland, 81;

his Governor. 147;

history of title of Albany;

to command Scottish Guard in France, 205, 270, 375;

his arrival in England, 268;

visited by his parents at Oatlands, 274;

his creation as Duke of York, 332;

mentioned, 556;

pretty scene with, and Venetian Ambassador, 691;

preferred by his father to his brother, 739 (p. 513);

his stipend from France, ibid. (p. 517).

Charles VIII., of France, his execution of Corradin, 22.

Charterhouse near London, King at, 55.

Chester, Bishop of. See Vaughan.

Chestnuts. See Trade.

Chiaus, Achmet, Agent of the Sanjak of the Morea, letter from. 255.

Chiavari, Olivier, captain of the Sant Antonio (French), deposition by, 7.

Chichester, Bishop of. See Watson, Anthony.

Chinch, George, or John. See King.

Chinlos, Lord. See Kinloss.

Chioggia, 286.

Chios, English trade with, 3;

trade between, and Messina, 152;

mentioned, 297, 494.

Chisholm, William, a Scotsman, appointed to See of Vaison, refused safe conduct by James I., 40n;

refused leave to attend English Court, 118.

Christian IV., King of Denmark, expected to attend' the Coronation of King James, 34, 40;

excuses himself, and announces the birth of a son, 66.

-, invitation from, to King James, to attend the baptism of his son;

the Earl of Rutland sent to him with the Garter, 81.

-, his promise, on the occasion of his sister's marriage, to support, with his kinsmen, King James VI. claim to English Crown, 91.

-, his Ambassador in England to receive the robes of the Garter, 427.

-, his visit to England, 511.

-, reported protest by, against Lord Salisbury's election as Knight of the Garter, 517.

-, expected in England, 525, 537,

arrives, 553,

his reception, 556,

his entry into the City, 560.

-, the guest of Lord Salisbury, with the King, at Theobalds, 561.

-, settles the question of Ambassadorial precedence on principle of the first to arrive, the first to be received, 563,

and ends by receiving no one, 569.

-, surprized at King James toleration of Spanish outrage and insult, 564.

-, bored by his visit;

tilts with King James, 564,

and much the better of the two, 573 and note.

-, reputed a candidate for the Empire, 566.

-, takes his departure, and though delayed by contrary wind refuses to land again. 566;

preparations in his honour utilized at a, subsequent function, 716.

-, declines to give France precedence over Spain at his own Court, on the English model, 583.

Cicala, or Cigla, , ex-Jesuit, accompanies Don Francesco de Castro on his mission to Venice, 622.

-, brothers, Jesuits, a mission to England assigned to them, 412.

-, Pasha, Capudan (1603) Pasha, bribed' by Venetians, 13;

urged to suppress English piracy, 92;

at Rhodes, 152;

ordered to suppress piracy, 477.

Cigala, Pasha. See Cicala.

Ciphers, experts in, 671 and note.

Cittnuova, in Istria, 210, 225, 236, 248.

-, -, despatch dated at, 210.

Civita Vecchia, 155.

Clarentza, 448.

Clarke, William. See Clerke.

Clement VIII., Pope (Hippolito Aldobrandini) (1603), finances James I., while King of Scotland, keeps secret agent at his Court, and expects his conversion, 16, 36.

-, - -, King James intrigues with, solely to secure succession, 34, 36.

-, - -, Lord Kinloss high opinion of, 36.

-, - -, bishopric of Vaison conferred by, on a Scotsman, 40.

-, - -, his Nuncio in Paris procures that M. de Rosny recommend King to become Roman Catholic, 68;

de Rosny's action, 91.

-, - -, despatches two Benedictines, in lay garb, to England, 77.

-, - -, respect for, acts as check on Henry IV., re war with Spain, 90.

-, - -, King James pledges to, before accession, 91;

pressure by, to secure observance of, 97, 140.

-, - -, King James objection to his title of Holiness, 100.

-, - -, English negotiations with, vi Lorraine and Tuscany, 104.

-, - -, Agent of (Giovanni degli Effetti) in England, 104,

his answer from the King, 111.

-, - -, relics presented by, to Queen Anne, 118;

her messenger to, 140, 143, 151.

-, - -, freedom of worship in Embassies, question of, his attitude to, 131.

-, - -, French pledge to prevent his excommunicating King James, 141.

-, - -, claims of, to Ireland, as Papal fief, 142, 147, 163.

-, - -, proposed envoy from, to James I., 154.

-, - -, as trader, licenses heretics to trade at Civita Vecchia, 155.

-, - -, his threats (textual) to Venice, as to dealings with heretics, 165.

-, -, (1604), his promises to Sir Anthony Standen, 188.

-, -, (1605), sends Benedictines, English birth, to England, and encouraged by Sir James Lindsay's mission, appoints a Congregation, on England, 324, 334, 347, 353, 361.

-, - -, his death, 361.

-, - -, his injunction not to seek liberty of conscience by unlawful means, obeyed in England, 397n.

-, - -, urged to suppress Jesuits in Spain, 412.

-, - -, his request to Venetian Republic to further interests of Roman Catholics in England, 430.

-, - -, his reply to King James proposal for a general Council, 532.

Clenok, , Roman Catholic priest, 397.

Clerke, William, priest, concerned in Raleigh's plot, 101,

captured, 136,

sentenced and executed, 167 note, 172, 175.

Cleves, Spanish march on, 556.

Cleves and Juliers, Duke of, Ambassador from (1603), in England, 145;

disputed succession to, 360,

claims (1606) of his sister, wife of the Marquis of Brandenburg, 625.

Clopton, co. Warw., 368n.

Closeburn, gold mine on, 341 note Cloth. See Trade.

Cloth of gold. See Trade.

Cobham, Lord See Brooke, Henry.

Cokayne, William, Knt., owner of the Merchand Royal, 517n.

Colonitz, John George, his offer of German troops for service of Venice, 611and note, 617, 630.

Cominuoli, Father Paulo, otherwise Possevino, 641.

Compass, the. See Ships.

Conformity, Ecclesiastical, King James seeks to enforce;

the magistracy largely Puritan, 251;

further attempt to secure;

the Royston petition, 313;

a pressing question, the insolence of the Puritans in suggesting a Regency, their relations with the same party in Scotland, their supposed designs on the King's life, 341;

conference between the Bishops and Puritans at St. Paul's, London;

suspension of Puritan ministers, 347;

Puritans the chief opponents of the Union, 738,

their influence, 739 (p. 511). See also Puritans.

Congregation on England, Papal, 324, 334, 347, 353, 361.

Constable of Castille. See Velasco.

-, of Scotland. See Hay.

Constable, Henry, committed to Tower, 213,

released, 259.

Constantinople, French Ambassador at, his private trade, 7;

report to the Bailo in, by Venetian, 231;

English ship burned at, 470. See Turkey.

Consuls. See Ambassadors.

Contarini, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador in Turkey, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 13, 41, 74, 84, 85, 92, 103, 115, 126, 133, 173, 177, 178, 237, 252, 266, 262, 273, 283, 293.

-, -, Venetian Senator, 548.

-, Simon, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 31, 33, 61, 62, 70, 82, 83, 95, 112, 127, 144, 163, 250, 257, 276, 290, 296, 310.

-, -, letter to, 32.

Conway, Edward, Knt., Lieut.-Governor of Brill, 474.

Coombe Abbey, co. Warw., 447n.

Copenhagen, return from, of English Agent, 34;

return to, of Danish mission, 72.

Copley, Anthony, plots against King (Raleigh's plot), 96,

arrested, and betrays fellow conspirators, 101.

Copper, payments in, tendered to English merchants in Spain, 265.

-, trade in. See Trade.

Corfu, despatches dated from, 176, 195;

English piracy off, 176, 195, 196, 197;

mentioned, 299.

Cork, Roman Catholics in, 66.

Corn. See Trade.

Corner, Giacomo, Venetian Senator, 524.

-, or Cornaro, Girolamo (or Giacomo), Venetian Governor (Proveditore) of Zante, arrests (1597) corn owned by Englishmen, 23, 525.

-, -, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 448, 634, 639, 676, 682, 697.

Cornwallis, Sir Charles, appointed Ambassador to Spain, 348, 360;

his want of love for the Spaniards and Lord Nottingham, 393;

names Spanish pensioners in England to King;

his disbelief in Spanish professions touching England, 399;

his annoyance at Spanish neglect of himself and his master, 405;

his attack on Lord Nottingham's conduct in Spain, 411;

neglected by the Spanish ministers, who conduct business with England through the English ministers they had bribed, 434;

announces King James escape from Gunpowder Plot, 452;

his efforts in Spain on behalf of English subjects ineffectual, 468;

seeks to be relieved of post, 474;

obtains instructions from King of Spain to Viceroy of Naples, for better observance of Anglo-Spanish treaty, 480, 481;

his relations with the French Ambassador, 495;

his action touching surrender of conspirators in Gunpowder Plot, 496, 497;

succumbs, and accepts Spanish bribe, 520;

unable to procure restitution of goods taken from English merchantmen by Spanish and Sicilian ships;

promises on the point not kept; threatens privateering, 571;

his hostile attitude to Sir Anthony Sherley, 607, 631;

urges marriage of Prince of Wales with the Infanta, 638;

lays complaint against Spanish translation, put forth by Jesuits, of English legislation against Roman Catholics, 647, 653;

instructed to be patient, a breach with Spain to de avoided, 653;

descants on Spanish insults, on occasion of Spanish rejection of scheme for match between Houses of Stuart and Savoy, 663;

persecutes Sir Anthony Sherley, 670;

negotiations between, and Spanish Government broken off, 678;

the Duke of Lerma announces to him the determination of Spain to support the Pope;

his account of the interview partially discredited by Venetian Ambassador, to whom he reported it, 679;

spreads reports of Anglo-Venetian League, and rupture between Pope and Venice, having learned in Spain that appearances will do as well as reality, 698;

goes about reporting rupture between England and Spain, 703;

his request for release of English traders refused;

goes to Court in Venetian Ambassador's carriage, 709;

demands to be recalled, 714.

Coron, 14, 15, 152, 262, 263, 322, 639.

Coronation of King James I., question of anointing at, 12, 69;

fixed for St. John's Day, O.S., 34;

precedents for, examined;

postponed to 5 Aug;

expenditure, public and private for, immense, 40;

London crowded for, 55;

fixed for St. James Day, N.S., 81;

arches erected for, 91,

to be used for opening of Parliament, the King avoiding London for Coronation on account of plague, 97;

desscription of, 105.

Corradin, execution of, parallel to Mary Queen of Scots, 22.

Corsari, Battista, the Chioggian, 27.

Corso, , Agent of Archduke, sent to England to request safe conduct for Ambassador, 66, 70.

Corunna, 346, 354, 358, 362, 391.

Cotta, 347

Cottimo, Venetian tax, defined, 439 note.

Cotto, Jacques. See Franceshi, Giacomo.

Cotton. See Trade.

Cotton, Father, Henry IV.'s Confessor, stabbed, 183;

employed to pacify Queen, 244;

King's esteem for, 249;

a Jesuit, his ill-will to

Venice, 543;

works on Henry IV. to promote return of Order of Jesus to Venetian States, 656.

Cotton, William, Vice-Admiral in Southampton and I. of Wight, 132, 135.

Council of Ten, or Privy Council, of Venice, 1;

prison belonging to, 5;

jurisdiction of, 294, 367, 371, 376, 394, 419, 439, 521, 524.

-, despatch to Chiefs of, 406.

-, application to, by Sir Henry Wotton, 604, 605, 611, 612: crowded prison of, 612.

-, story from Criminal Trials of, 615n.

-, new cipher adopted by, 671n.

-, procedure of, 708, 736.

Count Palatine. See Palatine.

Coursing, King James goes, 291,

at Royston, 295, 384.

Coxe, Robert, of London, merchant, 129.

Coymort, or Caitmort, Roland, of London, 309, 314, 318.

Creichton, Father, Jesuit, visits England, as Agent of Pope, 97;

lays information against brother Jesuit, 104;

dismissed by King, 118.

Crema, 299;

Spanish plot to seize, 600, 658, 661, 677.

Crete. See Candia.

Crichton, Robert, Baron of Sanquhair, recommended to Venetian Republic by James I., when King of Scotland, 78;

stands well with King and Queen;

his negotiations on behalf of King, before accession, with Pope, 91;

applies for, and has promise, of post of English Resident in Venice, 118;

but English jealousy prevents his appointment, 160;

in attendance on Venetian Ambassadors, 166, 169.

Cripps, Ezechiel, captain of the Pearl, 209.

Cross, fragments of the True, 685.

Crowns, 312 and note.

Crumaille, Count de, to go Ambassador from France to England, 456 and note.

Cunliffe (Cunel ?), William, pirate, arrested at suit of Venetian Agent on return to England, 87.

Currant Tax, levied in England, appropriated to up-keep of embassy in Constantinople, taken for his own use by King James, 278,

farmed to Lord Suffolk, 295, 306,

who resists its assignment to Levant Company for former use, 340, 348;

again offered to Company, 364 (see Levant Company );

its abolition sought, Bates case, 503 and note, 510,

refusal to pay, 517.

Currants. See Trade.

Currency, English, light weight, 147.

Cyprus, English trade with, and the Venetians, 109;

prize made by English off. See Balbiana; mentioned, 126;

salt pans in, farmed by Englishman, 134;

mentioned, 145, 170, 196, 287.