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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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Udine, 299.

Ulric of Denmark, Duke of Holstein, brother of Queen Anne, arrives in England, to recruit soldiers for Hungary, 295,

his frankness, 301;

attends wedding of Lord Montgomery, 323;

banquet to, by Spanish Ambassador, 333;

tournament conducted by, 360;

lingers in England, 363;

invested K.G., 368;

sponsor to Queen's daughter, 368;

immense expense of his visit, pension for, 374;

Queen's quarrel with, his unwillingness to depart, slights Venetian Ambassador (cf. 323), 384;

King James intercedes with Emperor for favourite of, 426;

expected in England, 707.

Ulysses. See Ships.

Undertaker, the, in Parliament, lays matters before House and carries bills from Commons to Lords, right to nominate foregone by Crown, 205.

Underwriting, Venetian, 128, 153.

Union, the (1603), between England and Scotland, proposal to unite under name of Britain;

Scottish opposition assured, 132.

-, - -, Scottish demands:A joint council, each country to retain its name and laws, 147.

-, - (1604), the King bent upon, 205.

-, - -, English demands: Four great offices to be reserved: to Englishmen;

no Scot to be appointed to English office for 12 years;

Scottish peers not to rank in England;

taxation to be applied equally, 214.

-, - -, King labours for, 217.

-, - -, Commissioners to be appointed to arrange, 220.

-, - -, wrath in Scotland at English opposition to, 223.

-, - -, English Commissioners appointed;

Scottish not, 227,

at last appointed;

dispute as to meeting place, 233,

London to be the place, 243.

-, - -, Scottish Commissioners expected;

intention of King to preside, 274;

their arrival, 278,

some delayed, 292.

-, - -, King goes hunting, the Commissioners protest;

common coinage, reciprocal trade, and intermarriage agreed to, 295.

-, - -, success of commission;

terms agreed to (the postnati,i.e., subjects of either kingdom born since Queen's death, to be eligible for office, &c, in either country, 307;

subscribed by Commissioners, 312.

-, - (1605), English parliament meets to sanction, 415;

proves impracticable, 433, 499, 510, 517.

-, - -, conditions in Scotland favourable to, qud Church discipline, 564, 578;

but Conference of Scottish Ministers and English Bishops miscarries;

the union of kingdoms without union of churches held impossible, 592.

-, - -, English parliament meets to consider;

strong measures to be taken with Scottish Ministers of Religion, 632;

small prospect of success, 635, 642, 652.

-, - (1607), King's eagerness for Union, 680.

-, - -, debates in parliament on;

member committed to Tower for contempt of Scottish nation, 699.

-, - -, advantages of, if carried, to Crown, 701.

-, - -, successful conclusion expected, 707.

-, - -, question of the postnati, if carried', automatic union secured, 713, 714.

-, - -, Scottish opposition to;

King's proposal to throttle English opposition by summoning fresh parliament at York;

his address to the Lower House, 718,

their reply, 727.

-, - -, King's anxiety for, 733, 738.

-, - -, the Puritan party in England its chief opponents, 738.

Uzzon, . See Hudson.

V

Vail, or strike the foretopsail, English ships required to, in presence of galleys of Venetian Republic, by agreement with English government, 371, 376n. See Venice.

Vaison, bishopric of, in district of Avignon, given by Pope to Scotsman, 40, 118.

Vale, Antonio, Secretary at Zante, 152.

Valemen, bankrupt firm of, 698.

-, Jeremy, ally of Sir Anthony Sherley, in Spain, 698.

Valencia and Aragon, government of, offered to Archduke, 148, 193.

Valeran, M., expert in cipher, 671.

Valladolid, despatches dated from, 31, 33, 61, 62, 70, 82, 83, 95, 112, 127, 144, 163, 250, 257, 276, 290, 296, 310, 317, 326, 346, 354, 357, 362, 366, 372, 383, 386, 392, 393, 398, 399, 405, 413, 428, 434, 438, 452, 460, 467, 468, 480, 481, 488, 495, 496, 500, 501.

-, Lord Nottingham's conduct in, 411.

Valle, Giovanni Antonio, Venetian, 47.

Valois, Charles de, comte d'Auvergne, illegitimate brother of the Marquise de Verneuil, concerned in stepfather, Franois d'Entragues' plot, 235, 239;

condemned to death, respited to please Duke of Lennox, 343.

Valona, 13, 577.

Valtelline, 702.

Vaudemont, Franois, Count of, son of Duke of Lorraine, General of Republic Venice, arrives in England, 585 and note, to raise troops, 589, 592,

hunting with King, 596,

departs, 599;

illness of member of suite, 603;

disposed to renew his contract with Republic, 608, 618;

warmth of King James in discussing affairs of Republic with, 673.

Vaughan, Richard, Bishop of Chester, translated to London, 288 and note;

coerces Puritans, 347.

Velasco, Don Juan Ferdinando de, Duke of Friar, Constable of Castille, leaves for Flanders, 148 and note, with full powers to conclude peace with England, 181;

his reception by the Arch-duke, 186;

his great age, 186, 191;

presses for conference outside England, 202;

decides to come to England, 205;

to be lodged in Somerset House, 207;

his arrival put off, on plea of health, 213,

King's annoyance, 217;

summons Roveda from Milan to represent him, 223;

insufficiency of his powers, 229;

expected in London, 246, 248, 260, 251,

arrives, 259,

his reception, 261, 266;

presents given, and received, by, on ratification of Anglo-Spanish peace, 266, 267;

his signature to treaty, 268;

sees, and protests against, ship loads of recruits leaving Thames for Holland, 274;

his reception in Spain on return, 310;

mentioned, 391, 734.

Velutelli, Acerbo, 109.

Vendramin, Chevalier, at head of Senators, receives Sir Henry Wotton, 275.

-, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 140, 143. 150, 155, 165.

Venetico, 156.

Veneto, the, 600.

Verneuil, Marquee de. See Entragues d'.

Venice (1603), Anthony Sherley arrested at, 1, 2, 5.

- -, alliance with, desired by James I., 6.

- -, ships of, plundered: by English, 9, 13, 14, 24, 25, 26, 27. See Piracy.

- -, concerted action between, and Turkey, for suppression of English piracy, 13, 14, 15, 25, 26, 29, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 71.

- -, English claim against, re corn detained in Zante, 22,

detailed, 23.

- -, sketch of Queen Elizabeth's policy for aggrandizement of, in Italy, at cost of Spain, 34.

- -, saltpetre commissioned by, in England, 34, 35.

- -, precedence of representative of, anciently postponed, in England, to Saxony, Brandenburg, and Burgundy, 40.

- -, opposition of, to Levant Company, 40.

- -, letters of congratulation from, to King James, 43.

- -, motion by Senate of, to send Ambassadors, ordinary and extraordinary, to England, with scale of pay, 43.

- -, arrest by officials of, of English Consul at Patras, 47, 50.

- -, compliments of King James to Agent of, and representations to, in favour of the Sherleys, 56.

- -, representative of, in Zante, exacts caution money from English ships leaving that port, 57;

hangs pirates at Zante, 65.

- -, representative of, received in audience by James I., 66.

- -, intended application to, by James I., for loan, 72.

- -, determination of King James to suppress buccaneering at expense of, 78.

- -, mission to, of Anthony Standen, to announce King James' succession, 81, 87, 91.

- -, representations by Ambassador of, in Turkey, as to support given by Turkish officials to pirates from England, 84.

- -, Dutch offer to, of a fleet, on hire, 91.

- -, ship of, taken by Dutch privateer, 91.

- -, precedence of Ambassadors of, disputed by Flemish envoys, 91.

- -, advantage to, of dissolution of Levant Company, 91.

- -, maritime laws of, their effect on Ragusa and Ancona, 91.

- -, detailed statement of English case against, 109.

- -, Resident from, in London, to be allowed use of Roman rite in his house, for self, suite, and resident.

Venetians and Italians in London;

the like claimed for English Resident in Venice, 118, 131;

Sir Henry Wotton's compromise, 282, 304.

- -, thousands of English resident in, 118, 165,

mostly Roman Catholics, 282.

- -, Sir Anthony Sherley's sentence of exile from, rescinded, 123, 141.

- -, ships of, insured;

too big for English ports, 128,

an instance, 159.

- -, causes of growth of English piracy at expense of, 128.

- -, Papal threats against, re traffic with heretics, 165.

- -, ancient trade between, and Southampton, 170.

- (1604), Paul Pinder's claim against, 193.

- -, proposal by, that a King's officer shall accompany every ship trading from England to Mediterranean, 208, 232.

- -, representations on behalf of, to King James, re piracy, &c, 221.

- -, Wotton's instructions, re English claims against;

English desire for all differences to be forgotten, 247.

- -, Ambassador of, commissioned to buy saltpetre in England, 260,

bribery required, 274, 313.

- -, post to, time taken by, 261.

- -, Venetian Admiral attacks English ship, with Secretary of English embassy in Constantinople on board;

defect of signalling alleged, 273, 289,

heroic defence, 300, 306, 315, 331, 345.

- -, advantages to accrue to, from King James' attitude to Turk, 278.

- -, treatment of merchants at, and question of customs, English representations touching, 294, 318, 328, 330, 336, 337, 345, 367, 371, 419.

- -, religious service in house of English Ambassador in, 282, 304.

- (1605), refusal of English vessels in waters of, to submit to search, 328, 338, 339.

- -, list of English custom dues levied on Venetian traders, 337.

- -, disquisition on English and Venetian custom dues, 340.

- -, question of the precedence over Agents of, of Ambassador of the Archduke, 365, 378, 396, 502, 510, 513, 515, 516, 524, 527, 529, 531, 537, 539, 540, 541, 544, 546, 557, 563, 565, 583, 585, 589.

- -, regulations by English Government for conduct of English ships in Venetian waters, in presence of Venetian Navy, 371;

request for further concession, 376, 377, 380, 381, 403, 404, 407, 417, 419, 420, 421, 422, 429, 439, 729, Appendix II. (p. 525).

- -, anchorage tax on English vessels at, 429, 439, 441, 447, 475, 483, 586, 630.

- -, custom dues, instructions to Ambassador concerning, 430.

- -, tax in, called Cottimo, English protest against, 439 and note.

- -, death of Doge, Sir Henry Wotton's condolences, 461.

- (1606), quarrel between, and Pope, touching goods and persons of ecclesiastics, 482, 505, 507, 509, 512, 519, 521, 522, 524, 526, 527, 530, 531, 532, 533, 547, 549, 554, 559, 560, 561, 565, 573, 580, 582, 583, 584, 586, 588, 589, 590, 591, 593, 596, 600, 608, 617, 618, 622, 623, 625, 626, 627, 628, 630, 633, 635, 637, 641, 642, 643, 644, 645, 646, 648, 649, 651, 652, 656, 658, 659, 661, 662, 664, 666, 671, 672, 673, 675, 677, 679, 680, 683, 684, 686, 687, 688, 689, 690, 691, 692, 693, 695, 696, 698, 699, 702, 704, 705, 706, 707, 708, 709, 710, 715, 717, 719, 720, 720A, 720B, 726, 735.

- -, English priest conveyed out of England by retiring Ambassador of, 490.

- -, complaint by English of ill-will shewn by Agents of, at Constantinople, 537, 539;

Venetian reply, 540, 541, 553, 565.

- -, English aid against Pope solicited by, 561,

promised by King and Cecil, 561,

and confirmed by Ambassador in Venice, 572, 582, 584, 588.

- -, Count of Vaudemont, General of, 585 and note, 589, 592.

- -, Secretary Herbert's charge to adjust commercial differences between and England, not acted on, 585.

- -, wheat bought for, in England, 595, 596, 598, 608, 619, 623, 627, 629, 632, 635, 636, 641, 643, 658, 660.

- -, King James' support of, against Pope, based on his respect for independence of Princes, 591.

- -, English spy arrested in, on Sir Henry Wotton's motion, 605, 606, 609, 610, 611, 612.

- -, offer of German aid for, 611, 617, 630.

- -, league between, and German Princes, urged on, by Sir Henry Wotton, 617,

King James disposed to rely on, 618.

- -, formal offer of Dutch aid for, 618.

- -, efforts by, to procure publication by King James of his declaration in favour of, 618, 623, 627.

- -, special embassy from, to King James, 627.

- -, opposition of Lord Salisbury to desired declaration, 628.

- -, terms of compromise offered by, to Pope, 633, 672.

- -, the Calvinistic worship at the English embassy in, 641.

- -, declaration of King James in favour of, unknown to English Ambassador in Paris, Sir Henry Wotton's explanation, 641;

Venetian reliance on England, 641.

- -, unfavourable report from Ambassador of, in England as to prospect of King James' declaration in favour of being published, 642.

- -, offer, through Sir Henry Wotton, of aid. to, from Swiss, 644.

- -, Ambassador of, in Turkey, states officially that cause of quarrel between, and Pope, is the Venetian refusal to break with Grand Turk, 649.

- -, Spain commences to arm against, 651, 661.

- -, belief in England that accommodation between, and Pope, had been reached, 652, 659.

- (1607), Jesuits intrigue, through the confessor of Henry IV., to secure re-entrance of their order into State of, 656.

- -, question of export of corn to, from England, discussed with Senate, by Sir Henry Wotton;

Lord Salisbury's recommendation to them to buy through Flemish merchants, 658.

- -, position of, against Pope, approved by Chancellor Seton, 659.

- -, corn leaves England for, 660.

- -, Spanish attack on, Crema threatened, Sir Henry Wotton's information, 661.

- -, criticism of Republic's position by Henry TV., 662.

- -, alliance between, and German Princes, again urged by Sir Henry Wotton, 664.

- -, new cipher adopted by, 671n.

- -, English Ambassador notified by, that, in face of Papal armaments, the Republic is prepared to enter into English alliance;

the like notification to France, 672.

- -, a league and a council recommended to, by Sir Henry Wotton, who explains, in reply to notification above, that it would be derogatory to King James to negotiate on Republic's behalf, without pledge that she would not, meanwhile, come to terms with Pope, 673.

- -, Ambassador of, in England, informed by his Government of their interviews with Ambassadors of France and Spain touching proposed league, and instructed to explain state of affairs to King, 677.

- -, Duke of Lerma announces Spanish determination to support Pope against;

immense military preparations against, of Spain, 679.

- -, offers to Ambassador of, in England, by individuals, of their services, 683.

- -, fear of an arrangement between, and Pope, hinders English action;

efforts by England and France to arrive at understanding together;

report of conversation with French Ambassador in England, 684 and note.

- -, notification by, to King James, of readiness to join Anglo-French league against Spain, his reply, 686, 689.

- -, coolness of French to suggested league, 687, 688.

- -, remarks of King James to Venetian Ambassador on expected weakening of Pope's attitude towards, 689.

- -, French support of, to be declared on the excuse of the Grisons;

King James' suggestion, 690.

- -, matter of the league on behalf of, analysis of divergent policies of France and England regarding, 690, 691.

- -, return of Jesuits to territory of, advocated by Henry IV. of France, 691.

- -, big fierce dogs commissioned by, in England, as present to Turkey, 694.

- -, Sir Henry Wotton to be notified that preparations in, for war continue, pending result of negotiations, 695.

- -, discourse of Sir Henry Wotton to Cabinet, on League, &c, 696.

- -, petition presented by Sir Henry Wotton for admission of boy, under age, to Seminary of San Marco, 696.

- -, Venetian Governor in Zante employs English ship against pirates at Modon, 697.

- -, Sir Anthony Sherley to be employed against, at sea, 698.

- -, reported Spanish declaration against, to King James, in favour of Pope, 702.

- -, progress of negotiations for accord between, and Pope, reported to English Ambassador, 704, 705.

- -, relations of, with the Grisons, 707.

- -, English Ambassador goes to Court, at Madrid, in Venetian Ambassador's carriage, to mark good relations between England and, 709.

- -, warned by Henry IV. of France to place no reliance on King James;

league between, and France, proposed, without England and with Pope, 710.

- - -, French Ambassador's proposal of a league with, disavowed by his Government, 711.

- -, accord between, and Pope, attained;

Sir Henry Wotton's congratulations;

part in, played by King James declaration in favour of Venice, 715.

- -, renewed pledges to, by King James, 719.

- -, news of the accommodation between, and Pope, reaches England, 720.

- -, terms of the accommodation, 720a, 720b.

- -, English claim to cover shipping of other nations with their flag in Turkish waters opposed by Venetian representative, as contrary to French capitulations, 724 (cf. 712).

- -, official notification by, to King James, of accord with Pope;

proposal to accredit an Ambassador Extraordinary negatived, 725.

- -, re-issue by, of orders re English shipping, 729, Appendix II. (p. 525).

- -, English broadsheet, attributing to the Venetians that they ran counter in points of doctrine to the Pope, suppressed at request of their Ambassador in London, 730, 731.

-, despatch dated at, 504.

Venice, Archives of, called Ceremoniali III., extract from, 275.

-, Archives of, called Collegio Ceremoniale, extract from, Appendix I.

-, Archives of, called Collegio, Secreta. Esposizioni Principi, extracts from, 277, 282, 294, 304, 309, 318, 321, 330, 339, 356, 367, 371, 379, 387, 388, 409, 417, 418, 419, 421, 429, 441, 449, 461, 471, 475, 476, 509, 524, 530, 539, 541, 555, 565, 609, 728.

-, Archives of, called Collegio, Secreta. Esposizioni Roma, extracts from, 505, 512, 518, 521, 533, 552, 568, 572, 577, 582, 588, 594, 600, 617, 622, 625, 630, 637, 641, 645, 648, 658, 661, 664, 673, 696, 706, 708, 715, 720b, 736.

-, Archives of, called Collegio, Secreta, Lettere, extracts from, 616, 677.

-, Archives of, called Consiglio Dieci, Deliberazioni Secreta, registro,extract from, 587, 604, 605, 606.

-, Archives of, called Consiglio Dieci. Processi Criminali., extracts from, 305, 349, 389, 394, 400, 401, 414, 423, 424, 425, 615.

-, Archives of, called Expulsis Papalistis, extracts from, 482, 522, 571, 642, 654.

-, Archives of, called Senato, Secreta, Deliberazioni Roma, extracts from, 646, 651.

-, Archives of, MS. in Marcian Library, 739 and note.

-, Archives of, Minutes of the Council of Ten, extract from, 299.

-, Archives of, Minutes of the Senate, extracts from, 1, 2, 5, 18, 19, 37, 43, 44, 45, 46, 79, 94, 117, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 208, 225, 260, 279, 280, 281, 289, 314, 315, 316, 328, 336, 337, 338, 376, 377, 378, 380, 381, 420, 422, 450, 431, 478, 479, 507, 514, 519, 525, 529, 540, 548, 557, 610, 611, 612, 613, 614, 620, 720a, 729, Appendix II.

-, Archives of, Minutes of the Senate, Deliberazioni Roma, extracts from, 633, 634a.

-, Archives of, Minutes of the Senate, Roma, extracts from, 549, 574, 575, 576, 580, 593, 602, 621, 626, 672, 695, 704, 705, 725.

-, Archives of, Private Archives of the Venetian Ambassador in Constantinople, 358.

Venier, Marco, 91, 96.

Veniera. See Ships.

Verdelli, Chevalier, in suite of Franois, Count of Vaudemont, his illness, 603;

represents his master's views to Venetian Ambassador in England, 608, 618.

Vere, Horatio de, Knt., Lieutenant for Stages of Holland, 474.

Vere, Susan Lady de, 323 note.

Vereiken, Louis, Grand Audientiary, represents Archduke Albert at Anglo-Spanish peace conferences, 223;

his signature (as Verreyken) to treaty of peace, 268.

Verglierzin, Antonia, her case, 708n.

Verneuil, Marquise de. See Balsac d'Entragues, Catherine Henriette de.

Verona, 299, 387, 615n;

Sir Henry Wotton's method of making favour with, 736.

Vervins, peace of, 90;

breach of, by Henry IV., 267.

Vic, M. de, Governor of Calais, fired on, by English, 81, 86.

Vice-Chamberlain. See Stanhope, John.

Vicenza, 299;

English Canon of, see Whorwelle;

outlaw of, see Monte;

mentioned, 736.

Vidala. See Ships.

Vidali, Rimondi, Venetian, 47. Vidalla. See Ships.

Villa Mediana, Count of. See Taxis, Juan de.

Villalonga, Count of, 481;

severities against, and his adherents, 685.

Villefranche, 494.

Villeroy, M. de. See Neufville.

Vinciguerra, , of Malta, 211.

Vitry, M. de. See Hospital, de 1'.

Vitturi, Bernardin, of the Supreme Court, Venice, 616.

Vizier, Grand, (1603) hostile to English, 84, 85;

new (Halil), appointed, 177,

his death, 256;

his successor (Mehmet), 256;

his orders to the Sanjak of the Morea, 262;

Mehmet's appointments, 273,

absent in Hungary, 329,

seeks peace with the Empire, 350,

dies, 528;

his successor (Dervisch Pasha), Capudan, 528,

is slain by Sultan's order and in his presence, his successor (Murad) appointed, 640.

Vizier, Lieutenant Grand. See Mustapha, Skoffi Sinan, Hassan Pasha.

Volonie. See Acorns.

Vuro, Steffano, captain of ship of Chios, 152.

W

Wales (i.e., Herefordshire), Roman Catholic disturbances in, 384, 390, 397, 408;

Pope's disapproval of, 432.

Wales, Prince of. See Henry Frederick.

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 739 (p. 515).

Wards, Court of, abuses of, 739 (p. 507).

Ware, co. Herts., 352 note, 355 note.

Waterford, Roman Catholics in, 66.

Watson, Anthony, Bishop of Chichester, Queen's Almoner, attends her deathbed, 32;

the like to King James, 169 and note.

-, William, priest, concerned in Raleigh's plot, 101n;

gives up names of conspirators, 113;

interrogatories for, 132;

sentenced, and executed, 167 note, 172, 175.

Weights and measures. See Measures.

Wellington, Alice, of Allensmore, co. Heref., 384n.

Westerbrook, Hugh. See Whitbrook.

Westerlings, fight between, and English pirates, 219, 225, 494.

Westminster Abbey, funeral of Queen Elizabeth in, 36;

Coronation in, 105.

-, Palace of, Queen Elizabeth lies in state in, 6;

King at, 192.

Westmorland, Earl of. See Nevill.

Whewel (Huel), , his piracy, 53.

Whitbrook, or Westerbrook, Hugh, his case, 23, 109, 417, 418, 420, 475, 521, 524, 525, 530.

White Horse, See Ships.

Whitehall, Court at, 105.

Whitgift, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, secures release of Roman Catholics imprisoned in London, from Sheriffs, 6;

ministers to Queen Elizabeth dying, 32;

his death, his character, 199.

Whorwelle, Dr., Canon of Vicenza, recommended to Cecil by Venetian Ambassador, 353;

with Sir Henry Wotton at Venice, 459 and note, desires to go to England as Archpriest, 491.

Wight, Isle of, keepership of, 81n;

pirate refugees in, 128;

Vice-Admiral of, 132;

governor of, see Cary, George.

Willoughby, Lord, 473.

Wilson, Thomas, Knt., his mission to Spain (1605) to obtain indemnity for English merchants, 333 (cf. 325), 398,

refused, 560, 564.

Wilton, King at, 164.

Wimbledon, Viscount. See Cecil, Edward.

Winchester, 135;

Court at, 136, 141, 142, 146, 160;

trial of Raleigh conspirators at, 164.

-, despatches dated from, 141, 142.

-, Bishop of. See Bilson.

Windsor, King expected to stay at, 81;

receives Queen at, 91;

crowded Court at, occasions dearth, 96;

Court leaves, 102,

returns to, 238, 246, 248;

leaves, 251;

returns to, 268, 274, 373, 415;

Ambassador of King of Denmark receive robes of Garter, for master, at, 427;

King at, 578, 583.

Winter, Thomas, conspirator, 475.

Wirtemberg, Ambassador from Duke of, in England, 97;

attends Coronation, 105;

lodged at national expense, 111,

takes leave, 113;

Garter conferred on Duke of, 216,

his present to King James, 216;

Duke expected in England, 537.

Wood. See Trade.

Woodstock, King at, 128, 136, 141.

Wool See Trade.

Wotton, Sir Edward, Lord Wotton, 172,

receives the Spanish special envoy, 261;

present at banquet, reports to his brother, 696.

-, Sir Henry, brother of Lord Wotton, appointed (1603) Ambassador to Venice, 172.

-, - (1604), about to start, 213.

-, - -, his interview with Venetian Ambassador in England, 232.

-, - -, knighted;

eulogy of, Ambassador Molin's, 243.

-, - -, his route, and instructions, 248.

-, - -, his arrival at Venice, his preliminary conversation with Secretary Scaramelli touching his reception, as became his Sovereign's dignity, and the exercise of his religion, 275, 282.

-, - -, description of his reception by the Doge, 275.

-, - -, presents his credentials, 277,

Venetian acknowledgments to King James, 279, 280, 281.

-, - -, his old acquaintance with King in Scotland, recommended to him as discreet and good Italian scholar by Grand Duke of Tuscany, 291.

-, - -, presents memorandum to Senate recommending more favourable treatment of English merchants at Venice, in specified ways, and requesting reversal of outlawry of Antonio Dotto, 294.

-, - -, admission of Italians to religious service in house of, criticized, 304.

-, - -, to act as superior to English Ambassador at Constantinople, 304.

-, - -, memorandum presented by, 309,

to 314, 318, 328.

-, - (1605), his energetic rejection of answer of Senate to request for better treatment of English merchants, 318, 330.

-, - -, announces that Secretary Herbert is charged to adjust Anglo-Venetian commercial differences, claims distinction shall be made between honest merchants and pirates, 321.

-, - -, Venetian claim to right of search, his arguments against, 339.

-, - -, seeks opportunity of conversation with newly-appointed Ambassador from Venice to England;

request refused, 356.

-, - -, presents memorandum on case of English merchants against Government of Zante, 367.

-, - -, further memorandums of his, considered, 371, 379, 409.

-, - -, states case against Nicolo Balbi, for murder of Nicholas Pert, 387, 409, 417, 419.

-, - -, his outspoken protest against Venetian dilatoriness, 409. 429.

-, - -, protest by, against anchorage tax levied on English ships at Venice, 429, 441.

-, - -, supported by Cecil, 439,

and the King, 447.

-, - -, his condolences on death of Doge, 461,

and congratulations to new Doge, 471;

makes a pun, 471 and note.

-, - -, is official account of Gunpowder Plot, 475.

-, - -, thanks for news from Constantinople communicated to, 476.

-, - -, letter of, to Duke of Modena, 504.

-, - -, secret communication from, to the Doge and Senate, touching their dispute with Pope, 505,

their thanks, 507,

further communication, 509.

-, - -, his discourse on dispute between Pope and Venice, 512.

-, - -, his discourse on the conduct of Henry Garnet and the Jesuits, 518.

-, - -, breach between Pope and Doge and Senate communicated to, 519.

-, - -, addresses Doge on English analogy of restricted gifts to ecclesiastics, and suggests league, 521.

-, - -, audience of, 524.

-, - -, thanked by Senate, in matter of precedence, 529, 537.

-, - -, his conduct resented in Rome, 530, 547.

-, - -, further information supplied by, to Senate, 533.

-, - -, audience of, 539,

reply, 540, 541;

audience, 552.

-, - -, alleged libel against, 552.

-, - -, received in audience by Doge, 555.

-, - -, King James expresses satisfaction with, and regard for, 561.

-, - -, received in audience, recounts the story of Newce's plot, 565;

received in audience, reports news from Spain, 568.

-, - -, notifies Doge and Senate, with leave to publish it, the promise (see 561) of King James to assist them, 572;

Venetian thanks, 574, 575, 576;

question of publication, 577, 580.

-, - -, received in audience, raises question of admission of English squadron in Adriatic, 577.

-, - -, received in audience, offers services of English officers, 582.

-, - -, his very long and ornate speech to the Doge and Senate on their quarrel with the Pope, 588.

-, - -, received in audience, 594, 600.

-, - -, requests the arrest of English officer in Papal service, 600, 601, 602.

-, - -, requests arrest of Capt. William Turner, 605.

-, - -, requests private interview with Secretary of Venetian Senate, 609,

permission granted, 610;

account of interview, whereat he urged arrest of Turner, 611,

successfully, 612, 613, 614, 616, 617, 620, 621, 622, 630.

-, - -, his suspicions concerning Lorenzo Zanoli and the case of Nicholas Pert, 615n.

-, - -, his speech to the Venetian Cabinet, urging league with German Princes against Pope, 617.

-, - -, his views on Don Francesco de Castro's mission, 622, 625.

-, - -, professes knowledge of design by Spain and Archduke Albert to secure succession to Empire, 625.

-, - -, his secretary attacked and robbed of despatch in Lorraine, 630, 659.

-, - -, negotiations by Venice with Spanish Agent communicated to, 633.

-, - -, goes duck shooting;

his statement that the pretty custom of shooting birds flying was unknown in England, 637.

-, - -, discourses to Venetian Cabinet on book by Possevino, &c, causing Doge to remark how clever and learned he was, 641.

-, - -, the attack on him touching the attendance of Venetians at the Calvinistic services held in the embassy, 641.

-, - -, proffer through, of Swiss aid for Venetians, 644.

-, - -, offers services of English captain, 645.

-, - -, resents report of weakening of King James' attitude in support of Venice, 648.

-, - (1607), urges alliance on Venetian Cabinet, resents report that English refusal of export of corn indicated small reliance to be put on English aid, 658.

-, - -, imparts urgent cipher message to Venetian Cabinet touching Spanish design on Cream, 661.

-, - -, urges league between Venice and German princes, offers his services to negotiate, refers to his own service in German Courts, 664.

-, - -, notified by Venetian Cabinet of readiness of Republic to enter into alliance with England, 672, 673.

-, - -, lengthy discourse by, to Cabinet, upon attempt to bribe him, European politics, the advantages of a league and a council, the surprise of Cream, and, in reply to proposal of alliance, upon the desirability of a pledge, on the part of the Republic, not to come to terms with Pope, while negotiating alliance, 673.

-, - -, despatch of, with basis for joint action of England and France in Italy, referred to, 684n.

-, - -, his proposed league, acceptance of, by Venetian Republic notified to King James, 686, 691;

question who first suggested it, 692.

-, - -, despatch of, on re-admission of Jesuits to Venice, referred to, 691n,.

-, - -, affectionate disposition of, to Venetian Republic, 692.

-, - -, communication to be made to, touching progress of negotiations by Venetian Government with Pope, text, 695.

-, - -, received in audience by Cabinet, his discourse, as to proposed league, &c, 696.

-, - -, receives instructions both from Lord Salisbury and from King himself, 696.

-, - -, his brother and nephew mentioned, 696.

-, - -, progress of negotiations between Pope and Venice communicated to, his acknowledgements, 704, 705, 706.

-, - -, received in audience;

his antipathy to Jesuits expressed;

espouses cause of certain criminals, 708, 715.

-, - -, his congratulatory speech to Venetian Cabinet on accord reached with Pope, 715.

-, - -, the terms of the accord communicated to him, his speech of congratulation, 720a, 720b.

-, - -, presents English visitors to Doge, 720b, 728.

-, - -, petitions presented by, on behalf of individuals, 728,

with candid avowal of his motive, 736.

-, - -, his faint support of English Ambassador in Constantinople, 736.

-, - -, discredits Spanish acceptance of truce with Dutch, 736.

Wriothesley, Henry, Earl of Southampton, released from Tower, 22,

honoured by James I., 40;

turns Protestant and follows King to church, 66;

created K.G. and made Keeper of Isle of Wight, 81 and note;

restored as Earl of Southampton, 105n;

restored in blood, 214;

arrested, 238,

on charge of plotting to kill Scots about King's person, 242;

attends Constable of Castillo to Court, 266.

Y

York, James I. at, 34;

Roman Catholic priest and layman hanged at, for their religion, 251;

two Roman Catholics executed at, 432.

York and Albany, Charles, Duke of. See Charles.

York, Averio, English officer, to take service with Venetian Republic, 582, 588;

gold collar presented to, 597;

his presentation to the Doge, 600;

mentioned, 611, 622.

Z

Zaguri, Angelo, and Giovanni Battista, 309, 314.

Zane, Zuan Giacomo, Venetian Councillor, 419, 582.

Zanoli, Anna, 615.

-, Lorenzo, 387, 417;

his history, 615 and note.

Zante, Governor of, despatches from. See Michiel, Maffio.

- (1603), depositions made at, 7, 8, 9, 21.

- -, services rendered to, in time of famine, by English sea-captain, by supplying corn, 22, 23, 403, 417, 418.

- -, export of raisins and currants from, 22, 129.

- -, mentioned, 24, 25, 26, 27.

- -, friction between Venetian Governor of, and Sanjak of the Morea, touching English prisoners, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 88, 89.

- -, English ships require to deposit caution money before leaving, 57.

- -, English merchants in, 57, 59, 129.

- -, orders by Council of Twelve in, 60.

- -, English pirates executed at, 65;

revenge for, 156.

- -, outrages by Venetians on English at, historical review of, 109.

- -, English corn trade with, 126.

- -, English piracy off, 141.

- -, English escort, hired by Governor of Zante, when importing corn to, 152.

- (1604), Venetian duties levied in, 192.

- -, smuggled currants at, 194, 198, 209, 232.

- -, English ship expelled from, 209.

- -, Governor of, and execution of English pirates, 252, 269.

- -, continued English piracy off, 298.

- (1605), goods of Governor destroyed by English pirates, in revenge for execution of Englishmen, 302, 336, 338, 339, 352.

- -, case of English merchants against Government of, presented to Senate, 367, 371, 409.

- -, mentioned, 387.

- (1607), arrival of English burtons at, without cargo, presumably pirates, 681.

- -, despatches from, 14, 20, 24, 27, 29, 47, 50, 57, 65, 71, 88, 152, 153, 194, 198, 209, 211, 218, 219, 224, 226, 231, 269, 271, 284, 297, 298, 302, 311, 448, 634, 639, 676, 681, 682, 697.

Zaphi, Hortensio, Venetian surgeon, 45.

Zara, 299.

Zea, Venetian ship trading between, and Venice, 21;

Thomas Sherley prisoner at, 56n.

Zealand, 12, 73.

Zecchini, 524, 539.

Zignoni, Rocco, excise man, 555.

Zorzi, Girolomo, 612.

-, Lunardo, Podesta in Cittanuova, Istria, letter from, to Doge and Senate, 210.

-, Signor, Savio of Council of Ten, 612.

Zouche, Edward, la, Lord la Zouche (Baron Sulz), appointed Ambassador Extraordinary to Flanders, 312,

released from service, 333.

Zuanne, Marco son of, of Venice, deposition by, 303.

Zuniga, Pedro de, Don, appointed Spanish Ambassador to England, 396,

arrives, 404,

(Balthazar de) 500;

attitude of his Government to, 581;

asserts that accommodation between Pope and Venice has been reached, 659;

replies to complaints of English merchants, 660.

Zwolle, taken (1606) by Spanish, 556.