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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Fane, Thomas, knt., 490n.
Farnese, Alexander, Duke of Parma, Queen Elizabeth's bribe to, 66;
mentioned, Appendix III. (p. 532).
-, Ranuccio, Prince, afterwards Duke of Parma, the hand of Arabella Stuart and the succession to the English throne offered to, by Queen Elizabeth, 66;
Pope appoints him his General, 588.
Faske (Faschi), —, his piracy, 53.
Fawkes, Guy, alias Johnson, arrested, 442,
examined “under every conceivable torture,” 443,
gives up names, 454;
his antecedents, 475.
Ferdinand of Gratz. Archduke of Austria, 617, 625, 630.
Feria, Duke of, instructions to, touching election of King of the Romans, 625.
Ferrara, interview with Pope at, 91 and note; 617, 708.
Ferrers (Feris), —, his piracy, 53.
Ferro, Niccolo, Councillor. 616.
Fez, Ambassador of King of, charters English ship, 126,
the terms, 129.
Fishery, North Sea, question of, 739 (p. 522).
Flag, English claim that it should be struck, 81, 86.
Flanders (1603), Dutch design to flood, 11.
- -, Envoy from, to England, 28, 36, 39, 40, 66, 68, 69.
-.-, truce for English shipping in, 28, 34, 39, 61.
- -, Spanish relations to, 31.
- -, Dutch negotiations with, opened, 36.
- -, intimate relations between, and Spain, 61, 62.
- -, Spanish troops allowed to pass through France to, 62.
- -, attempt of Dutch to intercept Ambassador despatched from, to England, 69, 72, 86.
- -, good reception of Flemish Agent in England, 70.
- -, Ambassador from, arrives in England, 78, 86.
- -, suggested inclusion of, in the Empire, under the Archduke's brother and heir, 111.
- -, English trade with, to be free, pending negotiation of peace, 113, 136, 141.
- -, proposals of Flemish Ambassador to King James, as basis of peace, 136.
- -, Spanish intrigue to oust the Archduke Albert from government of, 148, 193.
- (1604), effect in, of fall of Sluys, 267.
- -, Dutch activity off coasts of, 301, 312.
- -, trade between, and England, at traders' risk, 312.
- -, future of, after Archduke's death;
proposal to give it with the Infanta to the Prince of Wales in dower, 313.
- (1605), blockaded by Dutch, 369,
who attack Antwerp, 373, 374, 385.
- (1606), Neuce's plot against King James hatched in, 550.
- -, mutiny in, of Spinola's troops, 608 and note, 618.
- -, Dutch successes in, 618,
- -, mutiny of troops in, progresses;
town assigned to mutineers, 652.
- (1607), services of Englishman, William Stanley, serving in, requested by Pope, 661.
- -, commissioners arrive from Holland at Brussels, to negotiate truce, 678.
- -, Papal recruiting in, 689.
- -, hint conveyed by Cecil to Spanish Government through Ambassador of, in England, 692.
- See also Aremberg;
Austria, Albert Archduke of;
- See also Netherlands, United (e. g. No. 31).
Fletcher, Nathaniel, clk., son of Dr. Richard, Bishop of London, chaplain to Sir Henry Wotton, 641n.
Fletcher, Richard, D.D., Bishop of London, his son, 641n.
Florence. See Tuscany.
Flushing, English troops arrive (1603) at, 12;
proposed permanent retention of, by English, 73;
rising dislike in, to English garrison, 73;
surrender to Spain demanded, 213, 233;
to remain in English hands, 242;
Spanish bribe offered to Lord Nottingham, to secure surrender of, 386;
Lord Sidney, ex-governor of, revisits, 416.
Foretopsail, striking the. See Vail.
Formin, —, captain of English pirate, 285.
Forner, Corte del, Venice, 612.
Fortescue, Sir John, Master of Wardrope, Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, and the Buckinghamshire election, 205 and note, 207, 214.
Foscari, —, Advocate Fiscal, 389.
“Foscarina.” See Ships.
Foschis (?), M., Ambassador of King James in France, 73.
- (1603), Ambassador of, in Turkey, engaged in trade, 7,
his goods seized by English, 7.
- -, Ambassador Extraordinary from, to England, to be sent, 10.
- -, Kings of, “crowned, consecrated, and anointed,” like English, 12, 69.
- -, intrigues of, with James I., in Queen Elizabeth's life-time;
price of assistance asked, 12, 16, 34, 73.
- -, M. de Rosny appointed Ambassador Extraordinary from, to England, 17, 28, 64, 68, 78.
- -, English succour for Ostend solicited by, 36.
- -, Venetian representations against English piracy backed by Ambassador of, in Turkey, 41.
- -, policy of King James towards, repayment of loans to, demanded, ancient claims against revived, 55.
- -, relations of, to United Netherlands and Spain, 55.
- -, passage through, for Spanish troops, to Flanders, granted, 62.
- -, representative of, in England, objected to, 63, 67, 73.
- -, policy of, towards England and Spain, touching Holland, 64, 69.
- -, hostility to, of James I., 66.
- -, claim for board as well as lodging by Extraordinary Embassy from, in England, 72,
- -, repayment by, on account, of English loans, 73, 90.
- -, French ship made to strike flag by English Vice-Admiral, 81, 86.
- -, mission of the Marquis de Rosny from, in England, 81, 86, 87;
summary of results of, 90, 93, 98, 100, 107;
précis of signed agreement, 124, 136, 139, 141, 147, 154;
text of, 161, 162 (text); 259.
- -, importance to Spain of Dutch not securing support of, 82.
- -, ships of, taken by English pirates in Mediterranean, 85.
- -, soldiery from, in service of Empire, revolt, 88, 115.
- -, debt due from to England, assigned in part to Dutch, 90, 107, 136, 154, 168.
- -, Raleigh's plot supposed to be hatched in, 96, 127.
- -, title of “King of France” surrendered by James I., 98, 142, 240, 249.
- -, pecuniary aid from, for Dutch, 104.
- -, heretical book suppressed in, 108. See also 93.
- -, English negotiations with, 114.
- -, Embassy of, in London, foreigners attend Mass at, 118.
- -, French and English fall out in Dutch camp, 118.
- -, relations in, of Huguenots to King, and to England, 138.
- -, trade between, and England, injured by plague, 145.
- -, enlistments in, for Dutch service, why tolerated, 147.
- -, payments, under secret treaty with King James, to Dutch, of English loan and own, 168, 200.
- (1604), precedence of Ambassador of, disputed by Spaniards, 201. See “Precedence.”
- -, Scottish guard in, Prince Charles, with title of Duke of Albany, to command, 205, 270, 375.
- -, arrest of an ex-servant of Mary Queen of Scots in, 228,
who reveals the Marquise de Verneuil's plot, 235, 239.
- -, free-trade between, and Spain, English offer of mediation to secure, 245;
arrangement arrived at, 259;
further negotiations, 333.
- -, French aid for Dutch in spite of treaty with Spain;
analogous case of England, 267.
- -, treaty between, and “King of Scots,” voided by assumption of title of “Britain”;
nature of treaty, 301,
negotiations for renewal, 325.
- (1605), continuous support of Dutch by, 319.
- -, reports current in, of imminent outbreak of great revolution in England, consequent anxiety, 341, 442.
- -, change of Ambassadors of, in Turkey, 342.
- -, friction between, and England, 343, 359, 370, 395.
- -, protectorate by, over Dutch, dreaded in England, 365.
- -, supposed English designs on fortresses in, 405.
- -, trade between, and' England, proposal to form a “French Company” in England to control, 427.
- -, disturbances in, 428.
- -, special embassy from, to England, to congratulate on discovery of Gunpowder Plot, 450, 456.
- (1606), aid openly contributed from, to Dutch, 483.
- (1607), pirate from Toulon, 655.
- -, Spanish galleons wrecked on coast of, 680.
- -, relations between, and the Grisons, 690.
- -, French intrigues in Scotland, 718.
- -, Anglo-Scottish relations with. 739 (pp. 517–518).
Franceschi, —, his cipher, 671n.
Franohesi alias Cotto, Giacomo and Tommaso, conspirators, 550 and note, 553,
in Tower, 556, 562, 565.
Francis I., of France, 81.
Frankendall, Burgrave of, 390n.
Frankfort, saltpetre sold at fair at, 35.
Franqueza, or Franquezza. Don Pedro, Spanish Secretary, 452, 468, 481;
probable effect of his fall on prosecution of war with Dutch, 668;
one of his favourites condemned to death for sale of secrets to Duke of Tuscany, the execution deferred, for sake of evidence against, 678;
jewels, money, and relics, found concealed in house of;
his good courage in prison, 685.
Frederick, Elector Palatine. See Palatine.
- II., King of Denmark, father of Queen Anne, 91.
Frederici, the Brothers, Venetians in London, 118, 187.
Free Cities, Ambassadors of the. See Hanse Towns.
Free Trade. See Trade.
Fresne-Canaye, Philippe de, French Ambassador at Venice, league against Spain proposed by, on own initiative, 688;
his irresponsible statements to Sir Henry Wotton, 690, 691;
English suspicions aroused by his proposal and subsequent withdrawal of suggestion of a league, 692;
his proposal of a league disavowed at home, 711, 719.
Frias, Duke of. See Velasco.
Friesland, 73, 527, 550, 556.
Fuentes, Count of. See Azevedo.
Fuggers, the, 109.
Fumo, — dal, safe conduct for, 582, 588.