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Pages 581-584

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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Madalene, wife of James V. of Scotland, daughter of Francis I., 81.

Madame of France. See Bar, Duchess of.

Madonna, dei Miracoli, Venice, 612.

Madrid, English Ambasador ill lodged at, 520.

-, despatches dated from, 520, 545, 558, 559, 571, 581, 607, 631, 638, 647, 653, 663, 668, 670, 678, 679, 685, 698, 703, 709, 734.

Magellan, Straits of, 56.

Magliana, Baron, Secret Chamberlain of the Pope, sent Ambassador by Duke of Lorraine, to congratulate King James on escape from Gunpowder Plot, and to announce marriage of his heir, 522;

his commission from the Pope, 578,

uncertainty as to, 584,

confirmed, 592.

Majolica, 302.

Malamocco, port of, 225, 236, 555.

Malipiero, Ser Thom, Leonardo, and Zuanne, 389, 394, 409.

Malta, galleys from capture and burn castles of Patras and Lepanto, 8;

privateer fitted out from, makes Turkish prize, and loses it to English, 195, 196, 197;

privateer from captures English pirates, 211;

crew of English pirate hail from, 286;

mentioned, 287;

capture by privateer of, 494, 639;

Savoyard pirate flies flag of, 682.

Manners, Roger, Earl of Rutland, Ambassador Extraordinary (1603), with Garter, to Christian IV., King of Denmark, 81,

returns, 113.

Mantua, Duke of, sides with Venice, against Pope, 561.

Mar, Earl of. See Erskine, John.

Marcello, Alvise, in command of Venetian galley, 209.

Marcello, Zuanne, Councillor, 616.

Marciliana, Venetian, 14, 15, 24, 25, 26, 57, 221, 224, 286.

Marco son of Zuanne of Venice, master of the Moresini, called Santa Maria, deposition by, 303.

Marischal, Earl. See Keith.

Marita. See Ships.

Markham, Griffin, knt., arrested for complicity in Raleigh's plot, 101.

Spanish design on, 451, 463.

Marseilles, ship of, trading to Sicily, 4;

Consuls of, 53;

mentioned, 115;

Marshal of England (Feb. 16034). See Somerset.

Marsilio, , Papal action against, 625.

Martinenga. See Ships.

Martini, Manuale di Metrologia, cited, 337,

Appendix IV.

Martini, Petro, of Marseilles, master of ship Sant Antonio, deposition by, 4.

Marubin. See Ships.

Mary of Lorraine, Duchesse de Longucville, wife of James V. of Scotland, daughter of Claude, Due de Guise, 81.

Mary, Princess, daughter of James I., born, 363,

baptized, 368.

Mary, Queen, causes the Lady Jane to be executed, 22.

Mary Queen of Scots, reflections on her execution, her son's resentment of, 22, 40;

her portrait in evidence in England, 22;

honours for descendants of the Duke of Norfolk, who was betrothed to her, 34;

details of her murder of Darnley, her alleged design to kill her own son, 40;

King James' lamentations over, 55;

mentioned, 81;

ascendancy in England of party who compassed her death, 101;

arrest in Paris of Scottish Catholic, formerly her servant, 228,

to be executed, 308,

exiled, 370;

King James' daughter christened after, 368.

Masques, 312, 323, 332.

Mathias, the Archduke, 673.

Maupas, de. See Cauchon de Maupas.

Maurice, Count, of Nassau, his plan (1603) to flood Flanders, 11;

his brother's embassy to England, 36;

quarrel between French and English in camp of, 118;

mentioned, 136;

his army (1604), 193;

mentioned, 217;

besieges Sluys, 227, 233, 234, 243,

and takes it, 261;

English recruits for, 274;

attacks Antwerp (1605), 373, 374,

foiled, 385;

English desertions from, 395;

defeated by Marquis Spinola, 436;

great Spanish preparations against (1606), 490,

his dispositions to resist, 527, 556;

decisive action urged on, by France, 583;

his position improved by mutiny of Spinola's troops, 608 and note;

his successes at Lochem and Grnlo, 18;

retires before Spinola, 642;

requires (1607) troops in excess of previous year;

his illness, 716.

Measures and Weights:

Barilla, 337 and note.

Botte, 337 and note.

Litre, 598 note.

Mezzeni, 598 note.

Peso Sootile, or Veneziano, Venetian light weight, 35 and note.

Scandaglio, 595 and note.

Stara, 595 and note.

Mecklenburgh, Ulric, Duke of, 91.

Medici, Ferdinand de', Grand Duke of Tuscany. See Tuscany.

-, Giovanni de', brother of the Grand Duke, expected in England, 364, 368,

lands at Dover, 373,

arrives in London, 385,

departs disgusted, 390.

-, Marie de', Queen of France, her anger against Franois de Balsac d'Entragues, 244.

Megietti, Roberto, publisher, 625 and note.

Mehemet III., Sultan of Turkey (1603), letters from, to Queen Elizabeth, 41, 74, 75, 115, 126, 161, 168, 169,

sudden death of, his successor, 173.

Mehmet, Sanjak of the Morea. See Morea.

Mehmet, General in Hungary, appointed Grand Vizier, 256, 273,

his death, 528.

Melos, 470, 493, 494.

Mema et Constantina. See Ships.

Mendozza, Don Bernardino di, Spanish Ambassador (1588) in France, Appendix III. (p. 526).

Mercede, Church of the, mock burial in, 685.

Merchant Royal. See, Ships.

Messina, 4;

ship of, captured, 23, 418;

ship bound for, captured, 152;

arrest of English merchantman at, 707, 714, 718.

Mezzeni, 598n.

Michiel, Maffio, Venetian Governor of Zante, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 14, 20, 24, 27, 29, 47, 57, 65, 71, 88, 152, 153, 194, 198, 209, 211, 218, 219, 234, 226, 231, 269, 271, 284, 297, 298, 302, 311.

-, -, letters to and from the Sanjak of the Morea, 48, 49, 50, 89.

-, -, his goods plundered, with special good will, by English pirates, in revenge for his execution of English sailors, 302, 336, 338, 339, 352.

Middleburg, 307.

Milan, 223, 582, 594, 607, 651, 658, 673.

-, Biblioteca Ambrosiana of, MS. from, Appendix III.

Militia, English, particulars of, 739 (p.505).

Milo, William Piers, the pirate, at, 78;

piracy off, 682.

-, Gulf of, English vessel taken by French in; 88, 115, 126.

Milos, despatch dated from, 494.

Mocenigo, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in Turkey, despatch from, 293.

Modena, Archives of, despatch from, 504.

-, -, News Letter from, 562, 624.

-, Duke of. See Este, d'.

Modon, resort of privateers, 14, 15, 21, 25, 26, 30, 47, 48, 51;

proposal to hang Governor of, as an abettor of pirates, 84, 103;

instance of protection afforded by, to pirates, 218, 224, 231, 252;

resort of pirates, 221, 262, 263, 272, 322;

fight off, 639;

Turkish connivance with piracy at, 676;

blockaded by pirates, Venetian ships sent to relieve, 697.

-, despatch dated from, 26.

Molart, Baron de, sent by Duke of Lorraine on special embassy to King James (1606) to congratulate, 522.

Molin, Nicolo, lieger of Venice in England, his birth and fortune described to King, 78;

his goods plundered in transit by pirates, 145, 221;

mishaps on his journey to England, 149, 151, 157, 159, 160;

informs his Government he will be unable to obtain leave to export saltpetre from England without bribing Ministers, 274;

his adventures at a wedding at Court, 323;

his conversation with Cecil, 353;

recalled, 356,

at own request, 384;

leaves England, 486,

taking priest, explanation, 490 and note;

in Paris, 492;

his old acquaintance with Sir Thomas Glover, 617.

-, -, instructions to, 225, 260, 279, 289, 315, 336, 377, 378, 381, 422.

-, -, recalled, 356, 431,

made Senator, 435.

-, -, detailed report by, on climate, constitution, &c, of England, 739.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador in England, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 151, 157, 158, 160, 164, 166, 167, 169, 170, 172, 175, 181, 182, 185, 186, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 199, 201, 202, 204, 205, 207, 213, 214, 216, 217, 220, 221, 223, 227, 229, 232, 233, 236, 238, 241, 242, 243, 246, 248, 251, 259, 261, 266, 267, 274, 278, 291, 292, 295, 300, 301, 306, 307, 312, 313, 323, 325, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 344, 345, 347, 348, 352, 353, 355, 360, 361, 363, 364, 365, 368, 369, 373, 374, 384, 385, 390, 391, 396, 397, 403, 404, 406, 407, 408, 410, 411, 415, 416, 426, 427, 432, 433, 435, 436, 439, 440, 442, 443, 445, 447, 453, 454, 456, 457, 463, 464, 465, 473, 474, 484.

Molin, Pietro da, of the Supreme Court, Venice, 616.

Mondino, Francesco, Venetian at Zante, his mission to secure Turkish cooperation in suppressing piracy, 29, 269.

Monies,:Angels, value in ducats, 118.

Copper, English merchants in Spain forced to accept payment in, at 20 per cent, loss, 265.

Crowns, in pounds sterling, 312 and note.

Denari, 35.

Dobloons, 494.

Ducat, the Venetian, exchange value of, 35, 43, 55 and note, 147;

value of, in Angels, 118

silver, 145;

payment made in, and partly in purple broadcloth, 309;

exchange value, in scudi, 469, 521, 598. See also Appendix IV.

Gazzettas, Venetian, 23.

Grossi, 524, 598.

Lire, Venetian, value in exchange, 35, 43.

Ongari, 524, 539.

Piccoli, 598.

Scudi, value in ducats, 469.

Sequins, 13, 329, 494.

Soldi, Venetian, exchange value, 35. 43, 598.

Sultanini, 329.

Reals, Spanish, 145.

Zecchini, 524, 539.

- currency, English, light weight, 147.

-, exchange, between Venice and London, 78, 147, 595.

-, value of a million of gold, in English currency, treatise on, Appendix IV. (pp. 534535).

Monitoria, Papal, 617.

Monopolies, in the Currant Trade, 40, 78;

in tin, abrogated, 78;

Levant Company dissolved, Scaramelli's recommendations to his government thereon, 91;

Scaramelli's report on, 109;

question of the monopoly of the Levant Company again raised, 190, 192, 213;

Spanish monopoly of trade with Indies, attempt to embody in treaty with England, 233;

expected abolition of the Merchant Companies monopolies, 236;

Monopoly Bill before parliament, 243;

endeavour of the Hanse Towns to obtain renewal of monopolies in England, 278;

question of the Levant Company's monopoly, the King adverse;

Ambassador Molin's advice to his government on this occasion, 278;

Danish trading privileges;

the Levant Company reconstituted, 427;

divers monopolies in London, their illegality, persons interested in, 435;

Ambassador Molin's retrospect of the Levant Company, his regret that his advice to his government was neglected, 539 (p. 503).

Montagu, Lord. See Browne.

Montallto, Cardinal, 600.

Monte, Giegorio, Agent and representative of Sir Henry Wotton, 594.

-, Hieronimo, outlaw of Vincenza, his pardon solicited by Sir Henry Wotton, 708 and note.

Monteagle, Lord. See Parker, William.

Montecuccoli, Signor, or Count, Alfonso, Ambassador from Grand Duke of Tuscany, in England, 132, 147;

insulted by Spanish Ambassador, 158, 175;

asserts precedence over Savoy, 182, 185;

departs, 190, 200.

Montgomery, Lord. See Herbert, Philip.

Moray (Moret), Earl of. See Stewart, James.

Mordaunt, Henry, Lord Mordaunt of Turvey, Roman Catholic, sent to Tower, 454.

More, David, Gentleman of King's Chamber, a Scot, bearer of King's (James I.) first letter to citizens of London, 6;

called King's Chamberlain, 22.

Morea, English Consul of, 115, 133.

-, Mehmet, Sanjak of, his relations, and correspondence, with Venetian authorities in Zante, 14, 29, 30, 47, 48, 49, 50, 65, 71, 88, 89, 218, 224, 226, 231;

fresh orders for, to repress piracy;

his mother the Sultana intervenes, 252, 253, 254, 255;

his retinue very chargeable to towns visited by, 262;

further orders to, 262, 263,

which he accepts, surrendering English prisoners, to be hung by Venetians at Zante, 269.

Moresina. See Ships.

Moresini, Andrea, 441.

-, Francesco, 356, 371.

-, Piero, Councillor, 616.

Moresini. See Ships.

Moreton, Albertus, knt., nephew of Sir Henry Wotton, 521 and note;

secretary to uncle, appears before Council of Ten, to request arrest of English spy, 605;

requests interview between Sir Henry Wotton and Secretary to Senate, 609;

introduced to Venetian Cabinet, 630;

his rapid journey home;

received in audience by King James, 654, 659;

encourages King to remain firm in support;

of Republic, 675.

Moretta, despatch dated from. 586.

Morocco, saltpetre exported from, 35;

English trade with, spoilt by civil feuds in, 190;

arrival at Zante of candidate for Crown of, nature of claim, 297;

alleged mission to, from Emperor of Germany, of Sir Anthony Sherley, 607, 631;

port in, to be secured by Spain, 638, 670.

Morosini, Iseppo, Venetian Senator, 1.

Morris, Isbrand, 129.

Mosto, Consul da, his ship plundered, Venetian action touching, 13.

Motte, Claude della, of Paris, in Maltese service, deposition by, 196.

Mountjoy, Lord. See Blount, Charles.

Mozzetta, 105.

Mules, 216, 258.

Murad Pasha, General in Hungary, appointed Grand Vizier, 640.

Muscatel. See Trade.

Muscovy Company, as affected by Bill freeing trade;

embassy despatched by, 236;

nature of trade of, 739 (p. 503).

Mustaph Pasha, Lieutenant Grand Vizier, tragic story of, 329.