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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 11, 1607-1610. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Maas, Mas, Jacob, Councillor, Commissioner of the Archdukes to the Dutch, 659.

Macdonell, Sir James, knight, breaks prison at Edinburgh, 141.

Maceda, Duke of, condemned to death, with brother, for assault on police, 415.

Madrid, Venetian Embassy house in, ruinous, 274;

John Neyen leaves, 282;

outrage on the French Ambassador's servant near, 790;

Robert Sherley arrives in, 790.

-, despatches dated at. 4, 5, 28, 40, 46, 64, 75, 80, 90, 99, 107, 120, 166, 184, 236, 246, 251, 273, 274, 277, 303, 313, 314, 326, 327, 333, 349, 350, 356, 369, 389, 397, 406, 415, 422, 428, 442, 461, 472, 489, 498, 499, 508, 544, 569, 628, 663, 682, 684, 718, 780, 790, 823, 869, 903,925.

Madruzzo, Colonel, Gaudenzio, assists flight of the Prince of Condé, 864, 877.

Maestrazghi, 461 and note.

Maestrich, infested with disbanded troops, 850;

Dutch horse engage the Archduke Leopold's Walloons at, 906.

Maine, Duke of. See Lorraine, Charles de.

Maino, Braccio di, report that Sir Anthony Sherley had landed and was building a fort at, an old Spanish scheme, but was scared away, 940.

Mainz, Mayence, Ambassador Giustinian at, 421.

-, Catholic League of. See League.

-, Elector Archbishop of. See Suicard.

Majorca, ship taken by pirate off, 408.

-, Viceroy of. See Sandoval.

Malamocco, Englishmen buried at sea off, 812 and note;

orders by the senate to the Podestà of, 951, 952.

Malaspina, Marchese, Ambassador to England from the Grand Duke of Tuscany, at Brussels, 360;

his mission to announce the marriage of the Grand Duke's son, his ill reception, 363;

civilly received by King, 367;

received on his return, by Henry IV, 395;

left England without a present, the English Envoy, le Sieur, having refused the Grand Duke's, 734.

Maldaree, Sir James, (Jacob van) knight, Dutch Envoy to England, 31 and note;

his negotiations, 34, 36;

entertained in City, 37;

returns home, 43.

Malghera, 949.

Malmsey wine, 535 (Cf. No. 373), 539.

Malta, English pirates fly flag of, as privateers, 7;

French saettia trading from, to Candia, 771, 772.

-, Knights of, accused of piracy, p. xli;

Don Fernando Giron a, 393;

capture by Knights of, of pirateship, 450, 458;

nine Knights of, taken as slaves to Constantinople, 735.

Mancicidor, Don Juan de, Commissioner to Peace Congress at Hague, 168.

Mansfeldt, Count, Ambassador from the Duke of Saxony to France and England, 692;

in Paris. 734,

takes leave of King and starts for England, 775,

received by King James, 794,

by the Queen;

his proposals not regarded, 803;

to go to Denmark, ibid.;

leaves England for Brussels, the Hague and Denmark;

predicts the war will be finished before his mission, 813;

at his parting interview with King James the possibility of the Duke “drawing towards” the “Possessioners” is satisfactorily discussed, 821.

-, Count Ernest, seizes Schleiden, is expelled by the Possessioners and made prisoner, 785.

Manta, Abbé della, Ambassador from the Duke of Savoy, in Venice, received in audience by the Doge and Senate;

announces the departure from Milan of the Prince of Condé, 960 and note.

Mantua, Duke of. See Vincent.

Maracoc, or passion flower, 647 note.

Maravegia, Secretary, at Venice, the Censor, 304.

Marches, The, 249.

Marchesini. Gian Francesco, Venetian Resident in Milan, acknowledges instructions in favour of Angelo Gradenigo, 598,

presents memorandum in his favour, 624;

acknowledges circular letter from the Doge and Senate, re Sir Henry Wotton's protest, 634;

takes legal proceedings to secure Gradenigo's release, 676.

-, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 392, 403, 408, 423, 502, 598, 624, 634, 676, 683, 748, 791, 811, 820, 825, 844, 851, 863, 870, 871, 876, 878.

Margaret, Queen of Spain, Pietro Priuli accredited to, 839.

Margotti, Lanfranco, “Cardinal Lanfranco,” 465.

Marguerite, The Queen, to stand godmother to the Duke of Anjou, 254, 285, 293;

ballet danced by the Queen, at her Palace in Paris, 446.

Mariana, Juan de, Professor of Theology at the Jesuit College in Paris, his book condemned;

he is burned in effigy, 944;

the book burned before Notre Dame, 963;

similar books condemned by the Parliament of Paris, 964.

Marie de' Medici, Queen of France, insulted by Don Pedro di Toledo, 290;

letters of credence to, for Marc' Antonio Correr, 298;

her supposed approval of a design for the conquest of England, the crown to be conferred on her brother, 403;

dances a ballet at the Palace of Queen Marguerite, 446;

Papal representations to, on behalf of the Jesuits, 519;

Francesco Contarini accredited to, 654;

insulted by the Prince of Condé her coronation decided on, 783, 823,

postponed, her annoyance, 832,

“serious differences” between, and the King, “she manages so cleverly,” “that the Coronation” is fixed for 5 May next, 853;

the Princess of Condé not allowed to return to attend her Coronation, 885;

presses forward preparations for her Coronation, 865, 885;

struggle for precedence at her Coronation, 891;

declared Regent, by arret of Parliament, 899;

crowned at St. Denis, 905;

her “entry” arranged, ibid;

allows the return to France of the Prince of Condé permits the Marquise de Verneuile to remain, 927;

the belief that “France,” as governed by, “will not for the present embroil itself in war with Spain,” generally accepted, 937;

“most cordial answers” sent from, to England, 941;

resolves to send succour to Cleves, appoints Marshal de Chastre to command, 943.

requests aid in shipping from England and Holland to send expeditionary force via Calais, 947.

proposes that Count Maurice should have the command, ibid.: meets with no readiness to assist in England or Holland, withdraws from the design, 955:

Lord Salisbury urges Parliament to find funds for a special Embassy to, 954:

pressed to repay debt due by France to the English Crown, 955;

she decides to dispatch the expeditionary force to Cleves, 957;

provides the Prince of Condé with a safe-conduct and money, 958.

Marigny, Marquis de. See Rohan, Alexandre de.

“Marigold”. See Ships.

Marimont, the Archdukes in retirement at pleasure-house at, 700 and note;

meeting at, between the Archdukes and the Archduke Leopold, 714;

the Prince of Condé waits on the Archduke Albert at, 958.

Marino, Cæsare, with Ambassador Priuli at Milan, 876.

Mark, the, copy of the accord between the Princes of Brandenburg and Neuburg, and some of the States of, and of Cleves. 603.

Marocco, Prince of, at Milan, 844.

Marocco, or Cordovans, 953.

Marocco. See Morocco.

Marque, letters of, issued to English merchants, against Spain, 2;

issued by Italian Princes, 49, 106;

to be issued only in cases recognized by Imperial Law, 399;

issue of, demanded against Spain, 954.

- See also Privateering.

Marseilles, Turkish Agent at, 6;

Venetain protest against use of port of, by privateers, 38;

Ward's death reported from, 197, 200;

ship of seized by Ward, 268:

Governor's daughter married to a pirate, 348;

English ships bound for seized by English pirate. 477;

a French saettia from, reports movements of pirates, 500;

two of Dantziger's ships taken by ship of, 502;

crystal from, supplied to the Shah of Persia, 524:

Dantziger pardoned, on condition he goes to, 575,

he is received at, by the Duke of Guise, 687 and note.

Turkish prisoners brought to by Dantziger, sent to the galleys, protest by Turkish Envoy, who seeks to establish a consulate at, to aid the Moriscoes in their flight from Spain, 712;

Dantziger brings galleon to, captured from the Spanish flotta. 724;

Dantziger sells goods at, 730,

English demand for compensation out of his loot at, 734;

Turks held as slaves at, to be exchanged for friends of Dantziger's arrested at Algiers, 807;

belief in, that Count Fuentes and the Prince of Condé procured King Henry's murder;

port of, active;

Dantziger at, with four galleons, 916.

-, despatch dated at, 916.

Marsilio, Giovanni, of Naples, complaint by the Pope of Sir Henry Wotton's civilities to, 21, 32,

the like by Cardinal Borghese, 35.

Martinengo, Count Francesco, accompanies the Duke of Savoy to Brusol;

injured in carriage accident, 873, 874.

Mary, Princess, daughter of King James, her illness, 74,

her death, 78,

Venetian condolences, 106, 110;

M. de Vitri sent by Henry IV to condole, 122, 160.

Masque, Queen prepares, 131, 135, 146;

quarrels of Ambassadors for invitations to, 149, 154:

its performance, 154;

mentioned, 176 and note;

a “Masque of Ladies” in preparation by the Queen, 404, 413, 420, 439, 443, 446, 468 (p. 253);

on the occasion of the Prince of Wales investiture, 945.

Master of the Ceremonies. See Lewkenor, Sir Lewis, knight.

Master of the Horse to the Prince of Wales. See Douglas Sir Robert.

Matelieff, Cornelis, his fleet, 263 note.

Mathœus Tortus, pseudonym of Cardinal Bellarmin, 340 note.

Matthias, King of Hungary, Archduke of Austria, (1608), his Ambassador at Constantinople, the English Ambassador prevented from visiting, by Turkish orders, 325;

the matter arranged, 343;

(1609), the precedence of his Ambassador at the Court of Spain, 404, 439, 470;

Lord Roos to visit the Court of, 468 (p 252);

the “Premonition” to be sent to, 527, 539;

he gratifies King James by receiving his messenger and his letters, though he declines the book, 714.

Mattolico, currant trade fostered in, by English, 464.

Maunday Thursday, celebrations, 858.

Maurice, Cardinal of Savoy, Francesco Contarini accredited to, 654.

Maurice, Count. See Nassau.

Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, candidate for the Garter, 239;

his Commissioners leave the Hague, 398;

intervenes in the Cleves dispute, 617;

Francesco Contarini accredited to, 654;

disbands the infantry raised at the request of the Dukes of Brandenburg and Neuburg, 678.

Maximilian, Elector of Bavaria:—

Lord Roos going to his Court, 468 (p. 253).

King James' book sent to, 527, 539,

and declined by, 714.

League between, and the Ecclesiastical Electors, 752.

his Ambassador in Rome, on matter of the League, 755.

Lord Salisbury's opinion of his League with the Electors, 793.

acknowledges that the Cleves succession “in a purely civil case,” 917.

Maxwell, John, Lord Maxwell, escapes from Edinburgh Castle, re-taken, sentenced to death, 141 and note.

Mayence. See Mainz.

Medici, Don Antonio de', to assist in recovery of ship by England from the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 470.

-, Christine de', Grand Duchess of Tuscany, her message to King James, 803.

-, Cosmo de', son of the Grand Duke of Tuscany:—

mission of Marchese Malaspina to England to announce his marriage, 360, 363, 367, 395;

allusion to his marriage with a daughter of Austria, 377.

Ambassador designate from, to England, 516, 537.

his Council inclined to give the pirate Ward protection;

and to employ him against the Turk, 567.

King James' book forwarded to;

it is handed to his confessor and burnt, 567;

not burnt, to be answered by the Confessor, 637.

reception of his Ambassador Salviati in England, 599, 617.

Robert Sherley, as Persian Ambassador, begs, for present, 610, 619.

his Ambassador to England said to have commission to deal with the affair of the captured ships, 617,

has no such commission;

annoyance of King James;

Ambassador Correr's civilities to, 641;

dines with King;

his answer not to his liking;

anxious to depart, 650,

on his way home, 695;

opposes the appointment of Le Sieur to return his Embassy, 734.

employs Antonio Dotto, 716.

his civilities to Lord Cranborne, 727 note.

appointment of Le Sieur by King James to return the mission from, announcing his father's death and his own accession;

objections to the appointment, 734, 738;

cancelled, 794, 803.

the proposal of the Levant Company that their ships with ship of the Royal Navy, shall “go privateering,” in the Levant, “put about to frighten,” “and to induce him to restore ships and goods,” 734.

annoyance of his Resident in England at the cancelling of “acts relating to the 'Corsaletta',” “while those relating to the ships seized by the Florentines are still active,” 738.

match proposed between his sister, and the Prince of Wales, 754;

is at last convinced that only a royal match will be entertained for the Prince, 811.

new galleon built for, by an “English Count,” who is buying wood for two more, 806.

his Envoy to Spain, the Marchese Botti, in Paris, 833,

as Ambassador Extraordinary for the Queen's Coronation, 865, 885;

gives him leave to visit England, 896.

one of his galleys sunk by the Turks, 933.

Medici, Ferdinand de', Grand Duke of Tuscany:—

(1607), his Knights of St. Stephen, p. xli.

employs English ships and sailors against Turk;

reprisals by Turk on English shipping, 2.

“shelters and caresses the worst of the English, . . . . proclaimed pirates.” 7.

apologizes to Doge and Senate for the privateering carried on under his flag, and promises to punish pirates putting into Leghorn, 33.

his alleged designs on Cyprus, and defeat there, 38.

procures ships and men from England for enterprise against Turks;

jealousy of the Venetian and of the Levant Company, 53.

his failure at Famagosta lowers his credit in England, 57.

Turkish complaint of English privateers in service of, 93.

Venetians aid English ship to resist a berton of. 106 (p. 56).

his galleon takes “prize of Turks and Turkish goods” out of English ship, sparing the ship, &c.;

annoyance in England at suspicion thus created of English connivance;

notified that he must neither plunder English ships nor employ Englishmen, 112, 117;

export to his order, from England, of ships and maritime stores, stopped, 155.

(1608), rumoured alliance between, the Pope, the Emperor and Spain against the Turk, 164;

Sir Henry Wotton's comment, 165,

Giustinian's, 182,

Lord Salisbury's, 185.

sending fresh fleet to Cyprus, 172.

gives King James no satisfaction for ships taken by;

fresh mission to be dispatched to, 189, 198;

case of the “William and Thomas” arrested by, 200;

Venetian intervention and representations to, touching, 202, 206, 207, 241;

Sir Henry Wotton's thanks, 241.

English Envoy to, charged in default of satisfaction, to negotiate withdrawal of English trade from Leghorn to other states, 216.

English Envoy reaches, 276;

ill and unable to receive him, 280.

invites Spain to join him in attack on Cyprus, 283.

Agent to be sent by, to England, 289,

and elsewhere 296.

his resident in France insulted by Don Pedro di Toledo, 290.

Ambassador from, on way to England, to announce his son's marriage;

endeavour to be made to settle questions of damage by his bertons to English in the Levant, 360;

ill-reception of his Envoy, 363;

civilly received, 367.

discomfiture of his galleys by the Turk in the Levant;

disappointment in Spain, 369;

French gentleman serving with, 383.

(1609), urged by Spain to fresh attempt on Cyprus;

his desire for the title of King, and to recover, by exchange, Italian territories of Spain, 401.

supposed agreement between France and Spain to conquer England and confer Crown on, 403, 423, 442.

inclined to attempt Cyprus;

consults no more with his Ministers, 405.

reported capture by his ships of slaves and part of the Cairo treasure chest on way to Constantinople, 424.

English Envoy returns from, without obtaining satisfaction;

anger in England;

proposals to forbid trade with, 426;

quarrel with imminent;

he insists on searching English vessels, 431 and note.

his death, 433,

and burial, 440.

the Secretary of the English Ambassador in Turkey a spy in service of, 453, 494.

his death relieves England of impossible task of coercing, 457.

renewed effort to recover English ship detained by, 470;

proceedings in the English Admiralty Court, 477.

ship returns sent by, on voyage of exploration, with “a cargo of parrots, apes and such things of little importance,” 556.

-, Marie de'. See Marie, Queen-Regent of France.

Mediterranean, French proposals for suppressing piracy in, 159;

English pirates in, 313, 319, 367;

limits of Venetian waters in, 468;

probable increase of piracy in, after the truce, 468 (p. 253);

Dutch vessels for, to repress piracy, 617;

Venetian supremacy in, 716;

piracy in, 880.

- See also Levant.

Megliara. See Weights.

Mehemet Rais, practises piracy, with crew of Turks, 268.

Mehmet Chausch Nazir, in league with pirates, at Modon, 220.

Melun, despatches dated at, 542, 543, 674, 677.

Memmo, Memo, Girolamo, Proveditore and Commander of the (Syrian) Venetian Fleet, 172;

report by, 194;

proposed orders to, pp. 122 123;

reported murder by, of the French Consul at Alexandretta, 496,

order in case of, 521 and note.

Meoli, Hieronimo, Italian Secretary to Sir Thomas Glover, a Papal spy, 453;

the Inquisitors of State report on, 494.

Mercers' Hall, London, chapel of, assigned for the use of Italian Protestants, p. xix; 714 and note.

Merchant Taylors Company, London, King and Prince admitted to, p. viii, 37.

“Merchant Venture”. See Ships.

“Merlyn”, the. See Ships.

Messina English carrying trade between, and Patras, 464,

and Zante, 586;

Sir Anthony Sherley at. with bertons or galleons, 771, 772, 809;

English cargo sold at, 950.

Mestre, Englishman arrested at;

the Podestà of, instructed to release, and his accomplice, 520;

report in, 949.

Metier, Secretary, returns from Flanders to Spain, 7.

Mezan, Benetto, of Aleppo, 281.

Michael, —, a buccaneer, 268.

Michiel, Maffio, ex-Governor of Zante, report by, 464,

alluded to, 497a.

Middelburg, Middelburg. Dutch claim that ships for Antwerp should unlade at, 398,

proviso against the claim, in the Truce, 466, 470, 477, 483,

a duty to be substituted, 496, 497, 525, 580, 600, 617, 641, 685, 700, 744, 763;

ships sent from, against pirates in Barbary, and to open trade with Turk, 575.

Migliaro. See Weights.

Milan, Spanish infantry destined for, put on board fleet, to fight the Dutch, 4;

Sir Anthony Sherley at 100;

account of the Earl of Tyrone's reception in. by Governor of, 213, 218, 232, 235,

he leaves 233;

Sir Anthony Sherley at, 249;

joy in, at Irish rising, 265;

protest by England against the Earl of Tyrone's reception at, 273;

reasons against a Spanish policy of aggression in, 518;

Gradenigo in prison at, 598, 624, 773;

proposed league between France and Savoy for the expulsion from, of the Spanish, 657, 694;

Henry IV informs the Duke of Savoy that he will vigorously support him against, 758;

estimates prepared in France of number of men required to aid Savoy in attack on, 784, 788;

alarm in, at French armaments;

Fuentes “steadily refuses to raise troops,” 791;

mentioned in note to, 794;

the Prince of Condé starts for, 813;

the opportunity favourable for Venice “to expand in the Milanese,” 818;

flight to, of the Prince of Condé. 819, 820, 821, 825, 834,

to be detained “like a prisoner” there, 836;

French attack on. desired in England;

Count Fuentes ill-prepared to meet, 826;

despatch sent to, by the Spanish Ambassador in Savoy, 831;

“rumours of an enterprise in,” “greatly modified, as result of Spanish Embassy to Turin, 838;

list of inns at, 844 and note;

reception at, of the Prince of Condé, 844,

his flight to. 848,

dislike in, to the honour paid to, 851;

an attack on, always part of English and Dutch designs against Spain, 857;

account of the Prince of Condé's journey to, 861:

news reaches, of English and Danish intervention in Cleves, 863;

mission to of Henry IV's physician, 863;

the Prince of Condé a prisoner at, without knowing it, 864, 893;

he desires to live independently in, 876.

motives of his flight to, 877, 884,

Plante, in the Valtelline, claimed as part of, 892;

Abbé d' Aumale returns from, 902;

Prince of Condé's gentleman returns to, from Rome, 924:

post sent to, with news of the Regent's consent to the Prince returning from, to France. 927;

King Henry IV's plan for the expulsion of the Spanish from, 929;

the Prince of Condé leaves, 939, 960.

-, despatches and letters dated at, 213, 214, 227, 233, 249, 265, 361, 392, 403, 408, 423, 502, 598, 624, 634, 676, 683, 699, 748, 791, 811, 820, 825, 844, 851, 863, 870, 871, 876, 878, 942.

-, Cardinal Archbishop of. See Borromeo, Frederigo.

-, Governor of. See Azevedo, Don Pedro, Count of Fuentes.

Milanese, the Duke of Savoy urges the Venetians to attack, 883, 960 note.

Million of gold. See Money.

Milo, 416;

Sir Anthony Sherley at, 816.

Ministers and Ambassadors, distinction between, 455.

Miranda, Count of, President of the Council of Spain, his retirement, 232,

his death, 326.

Mocenigo, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, (1609), the Pope receives his Secretary, and requests that King James' book may be prohibited in Venice, 549, 550, 557, 559;

the Doge's instructions to, 561;

his interviews with the Pope, 566, 577;

directed to assist in release of Angelo Gradenigo, 582,

his efforts. 648, 676;

Cardinal Bellarmin presents, with copy of his book in reply to King James', 703;

the Senate approve of his answer to the Pope touching the presence in Venice of Ambassadors from England and Holland, 729;

notified of the execution of a priest, 740.

-, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 549, 550, 559, 560, 566, 577, 578, 584, 589, 590, 594, 607, 608, 620, 632, 638. 648, 661, 681, 703, 721, 722, 745, 746, 756, 767, 796, 845, 861, 895, 902, 923, 924.

-, despatches to, 939.

-, Tomaso. See Contarini, Tomaso.

Modena, Archives of, News Letter from, 119.

Modoni, Modon, in the Morea, galleon taken by Ward in waters of;

negotiations with the Aga of, for liberation of the hull, 187, 219;

mentioned, 268 (p. 142);

oil export from, 464;

ship taken to, by pirates, 644.

Moldavia, Pretender to, in England, p. xvii, 50, 93,

leaves, 117,

at Constantinople, 281,

supported by Ambassador Glover, as “Bogdano,” 352a., 447,

Polish annoyance, 591,

his supporters sheltered by Ambassador Glover, fury of the Grand Vizier, 609,

complaints by Poland in England, 611;

account of the Pretender, 774 and note;

brought into English comedy, 794.

Mole, —, travelling tutor of Lord Roos, arrested by the Inquisition at Rome, p. xxxv; 320 and note.

Molin, Nicolo, his mission to England mentioned, 305,

attended cockfights there, 455.

-, Zuan Marco da, Governor of Zante, letters from, to Doge and Senate, for the master of the “Good Hope,” 250;

reports arrival of grain ships at Zante, 257.

-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 250, 257, 352, 434, 438, 500, 512.

Morcade, Gaston II de, Marchese de Aituna, Spanish Ambassador in Rome, 356.

Money:—

sent from England to Virginia, all “stamped as Spanish coin, which alone is current in those parts,” 617.

false coin introduced into Spain by English ships, 663.

Money and Coins:—

Aspers, 950.

Crowns, value of, in pounds sterling. 539 and note.

Crowns of Venice, 305.

Ducats, 29, 356;

value in lire, 305, 643;

value in lire and soldi, 476;

value in sterling, 950 (p. 514).

Gazette, 469.

Lire, 103, 305, 332, 379

Million of gold, value of, in Crowns, 107.

Onza, value in English money, 950.

Pieces of eight reals, pieces of eight, pesos, reals of eight, 76;

value in Venetian ducats, 357.

Rhenish florins, 773.

Sequins, 103, 220, 469, 505;

value in lire, 103.

Soldi, 332.

Tari, Tarri, 950.

Monpelier. See Montpelier.

Monplesir, M. de, Agent of the Prince de Joinville, at Venice, 276, 279 and note.

Monte Pulciano, Bishop of. See Ubaldini, Roberto.

Montello, Cardinal. See Peretti.

Monterchio, in Tuscany, 739 note.

Monti, Gregorio, Secretary to the English Ambassador in Venice, 592.

Monticulo, —. jurist of Padua, 192.

Montmelian, to be put in French possession as pledge of the good faith of the Duke of Savoy, 788.

Montmorenci, Diane, Duchesse d' Angouleme, widow of Francois, Duc de Montmorenci, presents memorial in favour of separation between the Prince and Princess of Condé, 914.

-, Henri de, Duc de Montmorenci, Connétable de France, attempt to carry off his daughter-in-law, 386 (p. 203);

desires that his daughter, the Princess of Condé, should return to him, 798, 819, 855;

presents memorial to the Archdukes, demanding a separation between his daughter and the Prince of Condé, 914.

-, Louis de, seigneur de Bouteville, sent by Henry IV to secure the return of the Prince and Princess of Condé, 725 note.

Montpelier, Monpelier, report from, implicating the Jesuits in the King's murder, 963.

Moorhouse, Sir William, Knight, 444 note.

Moray, Earl of. See Stuart, James.

Morea, The, Spanish designs on, Venice advised to anticipate, and to occupy it, 65;

right of Venetian search in Turkish waters round, denied, 73;

Bailo's attempt to recover cargo of the “Liona” in, 199, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 247, 258;

protests by Bailo to Lieutenant Grand Vizier against connivance in, of officials, with pirates;

becoming worse than Barbary, 258;

currant trade of, increased by Venetian restrictions at Zante, 464, 469;

grain export from, to Zante, 464.

- See Glarenza.

Sanjack of. See Amurat.

“Moresina”. See Ships.

Moret, Princess of Condé abducted from, 725 note.

Morette, Moretta, despatches and letters dated at, 6, 518, 519.

Morat Rais. See Amurat.

Morgan, Thomas, the accomplice of Balzac d' Entragues, a refugee from justice in Spanish Ambassador's house in Paris, 358 and note,

leaves it, and is committed to the Bastille, 365.

Moriscoes, Granadan, Turkish request that they may be allowed to pass through Venice to Constantinople, 505,

special Turkish Envoy on their behalf, at Venice, 596, 597;

their designs betrayed to Spain by English confidants, 674;

copy of the order for their, expulsion from Spain, 683;

interest in England in the expulsion, 685;

“a large part of,” willingly cross over to Africa;

the Spanish Council hesitate to insist on the departure of the rest, as large tracts of country would be left deserted, 693;

the Turks wish to establish a Consulate at Marseilles to aid them in their flight, the Spanish Ambassador opposes, 712;

their sufferings on the coast of Barbary, 718;

“Spain's troubles with the Moors,” noted in England, as affecting the value of her alliance, 763;

report on their expulsion, 780;

alleged connivance of the French Ambassador in the escape to France of rich Moriscoes, with their treasure and jewels, 790;

French aid for, on the frontiers, 864;

the Spanish busy expelling;

many leading gentlemen grumble at the agricultural inconvenience occasioned, 932.

Mornay, Philippe de, Seigneur du Plessis Marly, Mr. Mole imprisoned by the Inquisition for reprinting passages from, p. xxxv.

Morocco, Marocoo, treaty between the King of, the French, and the Dutch;

Dutch send ships with arms to;

the King of, master of Fez, 532, 712;

Ambassador from, at the Hague;

makes presents of horses and amber;

the Dutch disinclined to risk the peace secured by the Truce by abetting, against Spain 685;

the King's letter to the States of the Netherlands, 713.

- See Fez.

Morosini, —, Venetian Ambassador in Lorraine, mentioned, 708.

-, Andrea, orders by, as one of the Riformatori of the Studio di Padova, 621, 622.

-, Giovanni, “Savio” at Venice, reports by, 62.

Mosaic, portraits in, p. xxxvi.

Most favoured Nation, clause, 399.

Motley, “United Netherlands” cited in notes to, 1, 168, 251, 263, 324, 346, 378.

“Motte, M. della,” 840, 841, 842.

Mountague, Philip, the Revd. (1746), removes Father Paul's portrait from King's College, Cambridge, 51 note.

Muda, yearly fleet from Venice to the Levant, 747 and note, Cf. 172.

Mulberry trees, planted, 291 note.

Murat, the General, Grand Vizier of Turkey, prevents the English Ambassador visiting the Ambassador of the Archduke Matthias, 325,

gives way, 343;

appeals made to him, re the Consulage of Forestiers, 480;

copy of sentence, in the English Courts, produced to, by the Bailo, to induce him to grant justice in case of goods stolen by pirates, 492;

Polish remonstrances with, on Ambassador Glover's support of the Moldavian pretender, 591, 611,

threatens to send the Ambassador to England in chains, 609;

sharp words between, and the English Ambassador;

refuses to listen to the Dragoman of the English Embassy, in matter of English ships suspected of piracy and searched;

will have no English cruizing about, 705;

urged by the Bailo to expel the Jesuits, 706;

to be bribed to keep open the port of Alexandretta, 827,

he absolutely declines, 847;

discountenances (“the Pasha”) English proposal to “go privateering” with merchantmen, 860;

to command (“the Pasha”) against the Persians, 864;

his comments on the Jesuits, 887;

suspects English merchants, bound for Trebizond, of being Persian Ambassadors in disguise;

consults the Bailo;

quarrels with the English Ambassador;

siezes the money on the ships, 921;

denies that he has given the Jesuits leave to stay in Constantinople, 922;

continuation of the history of his dispute with Ambassador Glover;

he “attacks his birth and character,” says he will have him removed, &c.;

at last he gives up the money, but burns a keg of tobacco, and breaks up the tobacco pipes, “drinking the vapour of that herb” being a thing prohibited in Turkey;

he forbids the English to go to Trebizond, 940.

Murray, Sir James, knight, sent with the King's book to Poland, 536 and note, 539.

Muscat wine, sold at Messina, 950.

Muscovy, English trade with, 700.

- See Russia.

Mussulman Moors. See Moriscoes.

Mustapha Aga Casnadar, Turkish Cavass or Ciaus employed on mission to France and England, his arrival home, 258 (See under Turkey);

requests leave for Granadan Moriscoes to pass through Venice to Constantinople, 505.

Mutaferika, the, of Cairo. See Ibrahim.