Index: H, I

Pages 565-570

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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Hague, the, despatch dated from, 184;

British resident at, well informed, 736.

Halil Pasha, appointed Grand Vizier, 177,

his death, 256.

Hamburg, Danish aggression in, English intervention sought, 251;

Ambassador of Lithuania embarks at, 345.

Hammond, John, M.D., physician to Prince of Wales, 167.

“Hampton Court Conference,” germ of, 136;

postponed, 158;

assembles, 187.

Hampton Court, co. Middx., King at, 97;

description of, 102;

Court leaves, 105,

returns to, 172, 274, 278, 288;

Queen at, 435;

King at, 453, 583, 589, 596;

plague appears at, 599;

King expected at, 608;

Queen leaves, 618.

Hanse towns, Ambassadors from, in England, desiring confirmation of ancient rights, and intervention of King with Danes, 251;

their small success, 278;

backed by Imperial Ambassador, 408;

question of their privileges, 433.

Hardwicke, co. Derby, 368n.

Harington, John, Lord Harington of Exton, Coronation peerage, 105n;

tutor of the Princess Elizabeth, 447n.

Harlay, Christophe de, Comte de Beaumont, French Ambassador in England, letter from to French Ambassador (1603) in Spain, 32;

attends Queen Elizabeth's funeral, 36;

rivalry between, and the Baron du Tour, 55, 63;

his recall requested by King James, 63, 67, 73;

received by King James, 76;

in communication with Dutch Ambassadors, 81;

attends Coronation, 105;

instructions to, 141;

baptism (1604) of his daughter, the Queen being sponsor, the occasion of his reconciliation with Spanish Ambassador over question of precedence, 220.

suspicious (1605) of proposed match between Prince of Wales and Infanta;

no progress with his negotiation (see 301) for renewal of alliance between France and Scotland;

unable to get recognition of precedence over Spanish Ambassador, 325;

his anger over question of precedence, 332, 343;

offended, 345;

suspected of connivance in Gunpowder plot, his hurried departure, 443, 445, 450,

alleged proof, 457.

Harpur, —, Secretary, 306.

Harquebusses, trade in, 494.

Harrington, co. N'hamp., 368n.

Harris (Arice), —, his piracy, 53.

Hassan Pasha, his death, 329.

-, husband of Sultan's aunt, appointed Lieutenant Grand Vizier, 640;

Venetian Ambassador explains quarrel between Republic and Pope to, 649.

Haultain, —, in command of Dutch, destroys Spanish fleet, 385n.

Havering (Avrin), co, Essex, King at, 404.

Havre de Grace. route viá to Southampton, 149, 151, 159;

despatch dated from, 174.

Hay, Francis, Earl of Enroll, Hereditary Constable of Scotland, his views on Union, 147.

-, James, knt., Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King James, afterwards Lord Hay, Viscount Doncaster and Earl of Carlisle, his mission to France, 202, 203, 206;

his marriage, 665n.

Haydock, Richard, of New College, the “Sleeping Preacher,” 364 and note, 368.

Henry IV. of France (1603), orders Ambassador to attend Queen Elizabeth's funeral, 36.

- -, advised to abolish Scottish guard, 38.

- -, his annoyance at King James' objection to his representative in England, 63, 67, 73.

- -, his illness;

regret at the youthfulness of his heir, 64.

- -, his policy, quá Holland, 64,

denounced by James I., 66.

- -, called “King of France,” by James I., by Elizabeth “His Catholic Majesty,” 66.

- -, King James asked to intercede with, for Duke of Bouillon, 72.

- -, conditions imposed by, as the price of his assistance of King James, prior to accession;

James resentment at, 73.

- -, his sarcasm, at King James expense, 73.

- -, importance attached by, to de Rosny's mission, 81.

- -, his secret support of Dutch, after peace of Vervins, 90.

- -, his desire for war with Spain restrained by fear of attack over wide area, and by respect for Pope, 90.

- -, proposal for his daughter's betrothal to Prince of Wales, 107.

- -, his efforts on behalf of English Roman Catholics, 111.

- -, proposal for his son's betrothal to Princess Elizabeth, of England, 136.

- -, his estimate of King James, and the effects of Anglo-Spanish peace, 137.

- -, horses presented by, to King James, 141, 185.

- -, his pledge to prevent King James' “excommunication” by Pope, 141.

- -, described' by King James as “his oldest and dearest friend,” 169.

- (1604), has the gout, 179.

- -, his “confessor” stabbed, 183.

- -, jewels presented by, to Anne (of Denmark), and cash to the Council, 191.

- -, death of “Madame,” his sister, Duchess of Bar;

English condolences, 202, 203.

- -, communications to, of King James, re treaty with Spain, 203.

- -, offended at recommendation in favour of Calvinists, 206.

- -, his anxiety at treachery of de Villeroy's secretary, 215, 222.

- -, discovers the Marquise de Verneuil's plot, 235,

through the arrest of an ex-servant of Mary Queen, of Scots, 228, 308.

- -, articles of the Anglo-Spanish treaty, reported' to, by King James, 240, 245;

his warning to King James of the treachery underlying the favourable terms allowed by Spain, 247.

- -, his high esteem for “Father” Cotton, 249.

- -, his treachery towards King James, in fostering rebellion in England, disclosed to Spaniards by Secretary Tes, and discovered by them to King James, 249;

consequent suspicions, 258.

- -, presents of mules for, from James I., 258.

- -, terms of the Anglo-Spanish treaty, reported to him by Cecil, 259.

- -, De Rosny's advice to, to surprize Gravelines and Dunquerque, 264.

- -, assistance rendered by, to Dutch, in spite of peace of Vervins: analogous case in England, 267.

- -, his distrust of Scottish guard after James I. 's accession, 269.

- (1605), intercession of Duke of Lennox with, for the Marquise de Verneuil and her father, 335,

with eventual success, 351.

- -, respites the Count d'Auvergne and M. d'Entragues, 343.

- -, “covering” in his presence, 345, 348.

- -, question of English cloth seized at Rouen, 343, 359;

his refusal to send a Commissioner (of Trade) to England, 370.

- -, his complaint of English embassy to Spain, and conveying of Spanish troops on English ships, 370.

- -, pays Scottish guard, and sends money to England, 375.

- -, question of the Papal dispensation for his marriage and the legitimacy of his heir, 399.

- -, his comment on King James' devotion to hunting, 402.

- -, suspected of complicity in Gunpowder plot, 443;

news communicated to, 450;

energetic repudiation, 457.

- (1606), his preparations against the Duke of Bouillon supposed to be preparatory to a reconciliation. 490.

and to be intended to succour Dutch. 499, 500, 506.

- -, comes to terms with Duke of Bouillon, 511.

- -, supposed desire of, to secure election to Empire, 511.

- -, reported protest by, against election of Lord Salisbury as K.G., 517.

- -, escapes drowning, English congratulations, 537 and note.

- -, invites King James to attend the baptism of his daughter, difficulty of precedence over Papal Nuncio, 537,

settled, 542.

- -, his “confessor,” a, Jesuit, disposes him against Venice, 543.

- -, assists Venice against Pope, 561, 564, 588, 590, 593.

- -, presses claim to precedence in England over Spain, the King of Denmark having refused, on English example, to decide, 583.

- -, urges Count Maurice to decisive action, 583.

- -, his estimate of the value of King James' promises, 586.

- -, his grandfather deprived of kingdom of Navarre by “excommunication”; reserved his rights to, at treaty of Vervins;

attitude of, to quarrel of Venice and Pope affected by, 588.

- -, intervenes between Pope and Venice, 625, 627.

- -, suspected in England of designing a protectorate of the Netherlands, 632.

- -, his Envoy arrives in Venice, 635.

- (1607), his confessor, Cotton, works on him, to secure return of Jesuit order to Venetian State, 656.

- -, points out to Venetian Ambassador that European opinion was not on side of Republic, and England could not be relied on for military aid, 662.

- -, notified by Venetian Republic of desire for alliance, 672.

- -, would “outrage the ancient title of his Crown” by supporting Venice against Pope, Duke of Lerma's statement, 679.

- -, statement by de la Boderie, his Ambassador in England, that his scruples as to Pope were outweighed by Spanish preparations in Italy;

alliance desired by, with England and Italian princes, 684 and note.

- -, pressed for reply touching proposed league against Spain, 687,

which he defers, 688;

his Ambassador in Venice thrown over, 688.

- -, his expenditure in aid of Dutch, 688.

- -, excuse offered by the affairs of the Grisons for his interference on behalf of Venice against the Pope, 690, 691.

- -, his infatuation for the Jesuits;

his intention to introduce them into Rochelle, 690, 691,

into Venice, 692.

- -, his attitude to Venice governed by his position as “mediator” between, and Pope, 690, 691;

Lord Salisbury's views on, 692.

- -, opinion of Venetian Ambassador in France that he would break with Spain, but not with. Pope, 693.

- -, anxiety in England as to his attitude quá Venice, 699.

- -, proposed surrender to, by Dutch, of strong places, as security for advances;

English jealousy, 701, 707.

- -, supports the Grisons, 707.

- -, contempt expressed by, for King James;

warns Venetians to put no trust in him, 710.

- -, declines discussion of League with Venice, 710.

- -, his policy towards England, as affected by accommodation between Venice and Pope, 720.

- -, negotiates for common action with England, re Dutch, on occasion of truce;

English suspicions of, 732.

Henry VII., his tomb in Westminster Abbey, 36.

Henry VIII., his raising money on loan by way of Privy Seal, 261: analogy between, and Henry IV. of France, 399;

mentioned, 521.

Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales, eldest son of James I., to be styled “King of Scotland,” 6;

“Basilikon Doron” dedicated to, 22;

left in Scotland, to represent Crown, on father's accession, 28;

young Lord Essex to be his companion, 40;

separated from his mother on religious grounds, 66,

who is refused leave to take him to England, 66, 67;

French proposal that he should remain in Scotland, as King, 12, 73,

or to be educated in France, 73;

Spanish proposal for his betrothal to daughter of Duke of Savoy, 81;

Garter conferred on, 81;

allowed to come to England with Queen, 81;

description of, æt. 10, 104.

proposal for a match between and daughter of Henry IV. of France. 107,

the Infanta, 136;

repudiation by his father of pledge to educate him as a Roman Catholic, l18, 140, 353;

Venetian Senate's letter to, bigger than himself, 164;

his “Governor,” 167 note;

dines at house of Venetian Ambassadors, 167, 169;

his physician, 167;

rides before father at State entry into London, 201;

attends Chapter of Garter, 216;

dances and rides before the Constable of Castille, who gives him a pony, 266;

Venetian compliments to, 278, 281;

intrigue for his marriage to Duke of Savoy's daughter, 290;

proposal to marry, to Infanta, with Low Countries as her dower, 313, 325, 393, 399, 411;

attends wedding of Lord Montgomery, 323;

reported decision of King to educate in Scotland, 456, 464;

controversial pamphlets for, 584,

horse for, 599;

schemes for his marriage, 638;

English view, viz., his marriage to the Infanta, with Holland as her dower, 679;

his offer, if he were old enough to come and fight for Venice, 728;

his admirable character, and his father's jealousy of him, 739 (pp. 513–514).

Heralds, proclamation of James I. by King-at-arms, 32;

precedence at Coronation determined by, 40;

attend Coroñation, 105.

Herbert, John, knt., Second Secretary, returns (1603) from Denmark, 34;

appointed (1605) to adjust Anglo-Venetian claims, 321, 328, 336, 345,

but does not act, 585.

-, Philip, knt., Earl of Montgomery, “prime favourite” of King James, married to Lady Susan Vere, 323 and note;

“a youth of twenty” created Earl of Montgomery with large present, 368, 384;

proposal to create K.G., 517.

-, William, Earl of Pembroke, conduct of, at Coronation of James I., 105;

appointed Ambassador to France, 160;

King his guest at Wilton, 164;

his brother's marriage, 323;

attends Imperial Ambassador, 404,

the Spanish Ambassador, 404.

Hereford, Bishop of. See Bennet, Robert.

Herefordshire (“Wales”), Roman Catholic disturbances in, 384, 390, 397, 408,

Pope's disapproval of, 432.

Heriedi, Francesco di, of Zante, letter from, 30;

mentioned, 88.

Hertford, Earl of. See Seymour.

Hesse, Landgrave of, expected to attend Coronation of James I., 34;

Sir Henry Wotton's service at Court of, 664.

Hindlip, co. Wore., 486n, 498n.

Holbini, Vincenzo, of Ragusa, 388.

Holland. See Netherlands, United.

Holland (Ollant), —, his piracy, 53.

Holstein, Duke of. See Ulric.

Home (Huuen), Alexander, Lord Home, Ambassador from Scotland to France, 36 and note;

to command English levies for Archduke, 385,

forbidden to go to Flanders, 464.

Horses, imported to England, 141, 185, 216.

Hospital, Louis Gallacio de l', Marquis de Vitry, Captain of the French Royal Guard, his secret mission to England, 114, 130, 132, 136;

departs, nature of mission, 141, 147, 148:

specially invited back, 402;

his embassy (“Due” de Vitry) to Venice, 635 and note.

Howard, Catherine, Queen, her execution, 22.

-, Charles, Lord Effingham, Earl of Nottingham, Lord High Admiral, employed on peace negotiations with Flanders, 36;

connives with English “pirates” in Mediterranean, 86;

a Commissioner to confer with M. de Rosny, 87;

bribed by “pirate,” 127, 132, 135,

accused of it to King, 141;

restores part of booty, 145,

but exacts present from King, for loss of perquisites, 166;

attends Prince of Wales to dinner at Venetian Ambassadors', 167;

his apologies to the Ambassadors on subject of piracy;

his interests opposed to redress, 167.

serves King at banquet with water, 169;

Anglo-Spanish peace Commissioner, 229;

his son attends Constable of Castille to Court, 266;

signs treaty of peace with Spain, 268;

to go Ambassador Extraordinary to Spain, 301;

given post held by Sir Walter Raleigh, which he sells 'to' apply proceeds to Spanish embassy, 312:

delay in his arrival in Spain,, 326, 333, 346, 348;

date of departure fixed, 352;

arrives in Spain, 354, 357;

his instructions, 360;

to be kept in Spain, as hostage, 362;

present to, from Archduke, 365;

expected at Spanish court, 366;

his state entry, 372;

diamond presented to, at signing of treaty, 383;

Spanish bribe for, to secure delivery of Flushing, 386;

business at Spanish Court suspend'ed during his stay, 392;

hearty dislike to, of Sir Charles Cornwallis, resident Ambassador in Spain, 393;

to be received, on return, by King at Oatlands;

omission of Spanish King to invite him to dine with him, 396;

recommends Captain King to favour of Venetian government, 403;

his reception on his return by King;

his Spanish pension, 404;

report by Sir Charles Comwallis on his conduct in Spain, his consequent disgrace, 411;

a Commissioner to attend examinations in the affair of the Gunpowder Plot, 454;

further effect of Cornwallis' dislike to his behaviour in Spain, 474;

advises friend to withdraw capital from Spain, 564;

conversation between, and King of Denmark, 566;

solicits safe conduct at Venice for Edward Peutres, 730.

-, Henry, Lord Howard of Marnhill, Earl of Northampton, sworn of Privy Council, 55 note;

follows King to church, 66;

attends Venetian Ambasadors, 164, 169;

created Earl of Northampton, 201;

Anglo-Spanish peace Commissioner, 229;

receives the Constable of Castille at Gravesend, 261;

signs treaty of peace with Spain, 268;

present to, from Archduke, 365;

invested K.G., 368;

attends Spanish Ambassador to Court, 404;

a Gunpowder Plot Commissioner, 454;

his book against the temporal claims of Papacy, 635, 642;

his interest, as Privy Councillor, engaged by Spain, his endeavours to promote good relations between, and England, 714.

-, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, betrothed to Mary Queen of Scots and beheaded, favour shewn by James I. to his descendants, 34;

mentioned, 55, 164;

his grandson restored in blood, 214.

-, Thomas, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, restored in blood, 214;

his wealth and position;

to accompany the Earl of Nottingham to Spain, 301.

-, Thomas, Lord Howard de Walden, Earl of Suffolk, sworn of Privy Council (1603), 34, 55;

Grand Chamberlain, 102;

created Earl of Suffolk, 105n;

acts as Chamberlain, 169;

takes up “farm” of currant tax, 295,

and sublets it, 306,

his friends in Privy Council support his interest in “farm” against Levant merchants, 340, 348;

a Gunpowder Plot Commissioner, 454;

marriage of his daughters to Lord Essex and Lord Cranborne, 463;

Earl of Northumberland's office of Captain of Band of Gentleman Pensioners conferred on, 547;

mentioned, 561.

-, Thomas, Viscount Howard of Bindon, protégé of Cecil, receives Garter, 522, 527.

-, William, Lord Effingham, son and heir apparent of Earl of Nottingham, attends Constable of Castille to Court, 266.

Hudson, —, Agent of James I., before his accession, 22.

Huguenots, one appointed Ambassador to England, 17;

advances by, to King James, 138.

Hume, George, knt., Lord Hume of Berwick, and Earl of Dunbar, Treasurer of Scotland, sworn of English Privy Council, 55 and note, “prime favourite” of King James, leaves for Scotland, 456;

his influence with the King, 739 (p. 515).

Hungary, French soldiers in, 88;

Turkish General in (Mehmet), appointed Grand Vizier, 273;

recruiting in England, for service in, 295, 384;

Grand Vizier in, 329;

Emperor solicits English aid against Turk in, 396, 408;

Turkish General in (Murad), appointed Grand Vizier, 640;

the conclusion of peace in, between Turks and the Empire would liberate soldiers for defence of Venice against Pope, 641.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Cary.

Huntly, Earl of. See Gordon, George.


Idjaquez, Don Juan d', 452;

receives Sir Anthony Sherley (1606) in audience, 607.

“Ima.” See Ships.

Indies, East, return of Dutch fleet from, 6;

limited right of navigation to, to be allowed' Dutch, 73;

Spanish demand that English trade with shall cease;

English firmly established there, 142;

free navigation claimed in, by King James, 154;

fleets fitting out for, in England, 186, 191;

refusal by Spanish of English commerce with, 233;

navigation with, to be free, 242, 248;

prohibition of trade with, detested in England, 278;

question whether or no, under Anglo-Spanish treaty, it was prohibited, 291;

profitable nature of trade with;

English capital engaged in Turkey transferred to, 364;

Dutch effect settlement in, 515;

determination of English to retain “India navigation,” 566;

Dutch fleet for, 701;

Englishmen arrested by Spanish authorities for trading in, their release refused, 709;

English fleet sails for, 714;

Spanish success in, 716,

contradicted, 721.

-, West, outrage on Englishmen, by Spaniards in, 307, 511,

Cecil's remonstances and assertion of English claim to share trade of, 511;

departure to, on voyage of discovery, of Englishmen used to privateering, 515, 517, 523;

Spanish trade with, harried by Dutch, 538;

letters of marque granted to English merchants trading with, 553;

Dutch permanent settlements in, 579;

Dutch offer to keep strong fleet in, 632;

revenue derived from, sole source of Spanish power, 688;

Dutch ships in, taken by Spanish;

Dutch reinforcements for, 701.x

Infanta of Flanders, childless, 136, 399.

- of Spain, marriages proposed' for, 313, 325, 393, 399, 411, 638, 679.

Infante of Spain, childless, 73.

Inglefield. See, Englefield.

Inquisition, abolition of, demanded by Queen Elizabeth;

the same demand to be preferred by King James, 107, 142, 242, 246;

demand by, for person of reputed traitor, on ground of insult to relics, 685.

Insurance, Marine, 128, 153.

Interdicts, Papal, 521, 617, 622.

International Law (“rights of nations”), applied to freedom of worship in embassies, 131 (see 118).

Ionian Islands, 109. See Zante.

Ireland (1603), Spanish expedition against, abandoned on accession of James I., 31.

- -, Roman Catholics in, resume churches, 66.

- -, money sent to, from Spain, to foment insurrection, 83,

returned, 95.

- -, demands formulated on behalf of, viz., removal of Justices, reform of currency, and freedom of worship, resented by King, 113;

alarm of Earl of Tyrone at treatment of deputation, 118.

- -, claimed as a Papal fief;

the title of “Lord of Ireland” accordingly omitted in Spanish credentials to King James, 142, 163;

and similarly in Florentine, 147.

- (1605), parliament to meet in, 433.

- -, King James' scheme for converting, by Protestant preachers, 433, 453, 464.

- -, leave to recruit in, obtained by Spanish Ambassador;

mismanagement of the affair;

subsequent Royal proclamation forbidding;

the Archduke loses the services of a “large body of ferocious soldiers,” 440.

- (1606), religious disturbances in, 487.

- -, revolt of O'Neil's son-in-law, 487.

- -, service with Archduke for bidden to Irish, 511.

- -, rising in, 553.

-(1607), Spanish welcome to refugees from, 703.

-, Viceroy of. See Blount, Charles.

Irish proverb, 715.

Iron. See Trade.

Isaack, Nicholas, master of the “Thomasina,” 555.

Ismail, candidate for throne of Morocco, 297.

Istria, 210.

Italy, to be included in field of Levant Company, 427.

Ivatt, Thomas, of London, merchant, 129.