Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 12, 1610-1613. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.
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Caesar, alias Adelmare, Sir Julius, Judge of the Admiralty, instructed how to act in the case of the “Soderina,” 29, 64,
secures Tomkin's conviction, 79;
the King instructs re the “Red Camel,” 171, 186;
temporarily discharges some of Lord Salisbury's offices, 524, 553.
Caffa, Dutch Consulate to be opened at 721.
Caffarelli-Borghese, Scipio, Cardinal Borghese, writes on behalf of Pope, 343.
Cairo, Dutch wish to open Consulate at, 383,
to be opened, p. xxxv, 721;
trade of, ruined by Dutch and English buccaneers, 823.
Calabria, Tunisian pirates' design on, 268.
Calais, French Ambassador delayed at, 159, 164, 215, 219;
arrest off, of the Lady Arabella, 258,
Governor of, would have arrested her, 266, 292;
news from the Hague rid, 446;
Florentine Agent at, 473;
Duke of Bouillon at, 491,
part of his suite, 98;
Zuñiga at, 570,
Savoyard Ambassador at, 833.
-, despatch dated at. 215.
Calderon, Don Rodriquez, Ambassador Extraordinary to Paris, re Spanish matches, and to the Archduke Albert, re his election as King of the Romans, 469, 594, 595, 604.
Calendrini and Burlamachi, Messrs., draft on, 13, 16.
“Calepinus Parvus, additions,” by David Colville, 459, 486.
Calmar. See Kalmar.
Calvinists, enmity between, and Lutherans, 151;
called Puritans in England, 193.
Cambridge, doctors fetched from, to attend King, 68.
Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Argyll, baptism of his son, 68;
at funeral of Prince of Wales, 727.
-, James, son of the Earl of Argyll, the Prince of Wales sponsor for, 68.
Canaye, Philippe de, Seigneur de Fresne, French Ambassador in Venice, more honoured, on vacating post, than Sir Henry Wotton, 162, 226, 415.
Candia, in Crete, 31, 42, 145, 146;
apostate friar consigned to Governor General of, from Constantinople, 240, 241, 311, 322;
ship bound for Alexaudria via, 458.
-, letters and despatches dated at, 73, 123. See also Crete.
Canea, in Crete, 31, 42, 43, 45, 73, 74.
-, letters and despatches dated at, 71, 75.
Canissa. See Kanisza.
Cannon, small. See Trade.
Canterbury, Canonry at, bestowed on Casaubon, 92.
-, Archbishop of. See Abbot, George;
Canut, —, Agent of the Palatine, 529.
Cape of Good Hope, 822.
- Salamon, 31, 145, 146.
- Spada, 73, 146, 872.
- Verd Islands, 3.
Capello, Father, of the order of Minorities, replies to King James' book, 61, 189.
-, Girolamo, Venetian Governor General in Crete, arrests fugitives from Tuscan privateers, 123, 124, 458.
-, -, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 71, 123.
-, -, -, despatch to, from Doge and Senate, 45.
-, Piero, report by, 527.
Capsalick, tax, p. xxxiv, 724, 735, 762.
Captain of the Guard. See Fentoun, Viscount.
Capudan Pasha. See Cigala;
Caramusale, defined, 458 and note, mentioned, 757.
Cardenas, Don Inigo di, Spanish Ambassador in France, incident concerning, reported, 3 and note alluded to. 9 and note, recalled and successor not yet appointed, 749.
Cardosa, Georgio, arrested in Venice, Spanish protest, p. xxxi, 682, 683, 717, 720, 740.
Carey, Caret, Carr, Sir George, “one of the Queen's Chamberlains,” named Viceroy in Ireland, 27;
charged with negotiation with pirates, 271;
ex-Ambassador in France, receives Mastership of Court of Wards, 563;
dies, Foscarini's regret, 709 and note.
-, George Henry, third Lord Hunsdon, 709 note.
Carleton, Dudley, knight: —
(1610), appointed Ambassador to Venice, 30, 34.
his character, 34;
knighted, ibid, note.
Wotton's character of, and of his wife, 46.
King James' eulogium of, 53.
his journey, at Turin, 83;
put in quarantine at Crema, pp. xxix, xxx, 86, 87, 89, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98,
his annoyance, 103,
cost of the delay, 114.
to meet Wotton at Padua, 89,
arrives at Padua, with wife and sister, 105.
received in public audience, presents his credentials, 129.
his nephew attends, at his first audience, 129.
his reception by the Cabinet, 131.
despatch, by the Senate, to the Ambassador in England and letter to King James, commending, and acknowledging letter brought by, 139, 140;
the Ambassador's acknowledgment, 159,
he communicates substance to King, 171.
(1611), waits on Doge with New Year's greetings, 155.
congratulates Doge on issue of negotiations at Constantinople, 178.
recommends the Prince de Joinville's suit, the matter of a cargo of rabbit-skins, and goods from Ireland, with request for special judge to hear mercantile suit, 198.
the reply to, of the Doge and Senate, touching the Prince de Joinville, 206, 207, 209.
recommends case of English merchant, Parvis, accused of smuggling, 209,
their release ordered, 256,
his thanks, 265.
instructed to request the arrest of William Seymour, 270,
Venetian reply, 286,
his thanks, 339.
sends Secretary to request release from Inquisition of Castelvetro, a member of his suite, pp. xxx, xxxi, 319,
applies himself, 323,
assent of Doge and Senate, with recommendation and request, 327,
subsequent proceedings in case, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 340, 343.
order, at his request, to show jewels, &c., to “certain English gentlemen,” 337.
thanks for leave to visit Venetian courts of law, 339.
Foscarini commends reports sent home by, 364.
presents King James' letter to Vice-Doge, and requests permission for Pindar's goods to pass the customs, 380, 381,
his thanks, 407.
(1612), waits on Doge with New Year greetings, 407.
complains of regulations re pilots, and of mishandling of his despatches, 481.
applies on behalf of friend of himself and Wotton 514,
request refused, 558, 577.
King James praises, 547, 853.
arrest of person who insulted;
thanks for civilities at Padua, &c., 577.
ill, goes to Padua, 627 and note,
his praises of Padua, 770.
applies re Marino, 627, 636.
congratulates new Doge, 654.
civilities by his relatives in England to Foscarini, 671 and note.
overtures to, by Grand Duke of Tuscany, 675.
to be notified of death of Prince of Wales, 700, 701, 708;
condolences of Senate with, 703;
sends Secretary to Cabinet, 704.
sends Secretary to England 710.
his address to the Doge and Senate on death of Prince of Wales, 723.
(1613), complaints of loss of despatch in post, 731,
of the Sanitary office, 839.
proposal that he should be sent to return embassy of the Duke of Mantua, 741, 758, 770.
desires Chiefs of the Ten to detain Gaetano, pp. xxxi, xxxii, 743, 744, 746, 747, 748, 750, 751, 753, 754, 755, 770, 771, 772, 773, 774, 776, 783, 786, 805, 810, 813.
petitions on behalf of Fumanelli or Cumanelli, 792, 810, 858, 861, 862, 867.
congratulated by Doge and Senate on marriage of the Princess Elizabeth, 805.
officially informed of Venetian intervention in Mantua, 827, 830;
while awaiting instructions, reminds the Doge of pacific nature of King's policy, and communicates letters from the Grisons, 839;
informed of further instructions to Foscarini, 842.
communicates King James' offer of aid against Tork, 861,
receives thanks 864, 867.
-, -, letters from, cited in notes to, 671, 770;
letters to, cited in notes to, 356, 398, 503, 770.
-, -, minutes of audiences of self and secretary by Cabinet, &c., 129, 155, 178, 198, 209, 233, 238, 265, 286, 319, 327, 330, 339, 340, 380, 406, 481, 514, 577, 627, 654, 704, 723, 731, 743, 770, 810, 813, 830, 839, 861, 867.
-, -, Secretary to. See Monti, Gregorio.
Caron, Noel de. Dutch Ambassador in England, instructed to claim deduction, from Dutch debt, of expenses of English Expeditionary force in Cleves, 79;
calls on Ambassador Correr, 125,
acts with, re the “Red Camel,” 153;
avoids attending functions with the Spanish Ambassador, 159;
applies to King to remit half Dutch debt, and to allow Dutch navy to operate against pirates in Irish ports, 276 and note;
displeased at Spanish overtures to Dutch, 281;
requests audience, 335,
his business, 357;
explains Dutch policy in Turkey, 383;
his negotiations re debt and Vorstius, 416, 432,
instructed re letter, 491;
repudiates in advance Spanish conditions for a peace;
in high favour with King and Lord Salisbury, 432;
interviews Lord Salisbury, 438,
to report Vorstius' departure from Leyden, 443;
his anxiety at alliance between France and Spain, 494;
received by King, explains Dutch attitude to peace, 503, 520;
goes to Holland, 503;
has audience of King, re Garter and debt, 540;
waits on King, 583,
goes home, 591,
for six weeks, 595,
at Gravesend, 604;
puts his household into new liveries in honour of the Palatine, 680;
at Newmarket with King, 796;
repudiates idea of alliance between Dutch and Turkey, 811.
Carosman, Captain of the Janissaries in Tunis, beheaded, 158.
Carr, Caret, —. See Carey, Sir George.
Carr, Robert, Viscount Rochester, K.G.: —
(1610), instance of King's lavishness to, 11.
(1611), the ruling favourite;
raised to English peerage as Viscount Rochester, the first Scot so honoured, 204.
elected Knight of the Garter 217, 227,
had the nomination to the Archbishopric of Canterbury;
house conferred on, promised to the Queen, 217.
(1612), made Privy Councillor and employed in Lord Salisbury's absence, 524,
to take over part of his offices, 553.
letters to, cited, 630 note, 767 note.
(1613), Duke of Savoy writes to, 740, 796.
French negotiations through, with King James, 758.
case of Gaetano entrusted to, 786.
receives Gabaleone, 855.
Carrick, banner of, 727.
Cartignana, Court of. See Ruffia.
Carvel, 151, 590, 595, 663.
Casaubon, Isaac, arrives in England, with Lord Wotton, at King James' request, his character, preferment bestowed on, 92,
in doubt whether to accept preferment in England, or return, 125,
decides to stay, 153,
prepares reply to Jesuits, 189;
his reply to du Perron issued, 479.
Caserta, diocese of, in Naples, 241.
Cassel, Baron of, General of Artillery, Governor of St. Gertrudenberg, his civilities to Correr, 292.
Castelficardo, Father, Franciscan, 579, 605.
Castello, Giovanni, 63.
Castelnuovo, pirates protected in, by Turks, 314.
Castelvetro, Giacomo of Modena, servant of English Ambassador in Venice, as Italian Master, imprisoned by Inquisition, diplomatic immunity from arrest claimed for, as of Ambassador's household, application by the Secretary, pp. xxx, xxxi, 319,
by the Ambassador, 323,
his release, with direction to leave Venice, 327,
the Ambassador in Rome notified, 328,
the English Ambassador informed, 329,
his thanks, 330,
protest by the Nuncio, 331,
the facts communicated to Ambassador in England, 332,
thanks of the English Ambassador in person, 340,
further protest by the Nuncio, with past history of, 343;
Foscarini acknowledges receipt of papers in case, 348;
King James' letter of thanks, 350, 380,
had served King in Scotland, 352;
his case cited, 682, 683, 720.
Castile, Constable of. See Velasco, Don Juan Fernandez de.
- and Leon, Prior of. See Filiberto, Prince.
Castle Delfino, Captain of, 669.
Castun Pasha, tomb of, in Constantinople, 241.
Catesby, William, 63.
Catherine, Caterina, Princess of Savoy, her marriage to the Duke of York suggested, 710, 740, 784, 841, 871;
her age compared with his, 833;
King Philip in treaty for, 856.
Catholic League. See League.
- Majesty. See Spain, King of.
Cattaro, Turkish governor for, 802.
Caumartin, M. de. See Le Fevre, Louis de.
Cavalli, Marin, authorized to receive visit from French Ambassador in Venice, 52;
Venetian Ambassador in Rome, his death there, 349.
-, -, -, despatch from to Doge and Senate, 262.
-, -, -, instructions to, 328.
Cavendish, Sir Charles, his sons with Wotton, 506 note.
-, William, Lord Cavendish, Earl of Devonshire, the Lady Arabella, his niece, consigned to;
her constant quarrel with, touching estates, 202.
Cecil, Catherine, daughter of the Earl of Suffolk, wife of Lord Cranborne, 88 and note.
-, Colonel, afterwards General, Edward, in command of English Expeditionary force in Cleves, report from, 30,
besieging Juliers, horse killed under him, 34;
report by, 54;
accompanies Lord Salisbury to call on Correr, 132;
attends Foscarini to audience, 234;
recalled to Dutch service, 472, 480,
delays his departure, to conduct negotiations for marriage of Prince of Wales to Tuscan Princess, p. x, 483;
represents the Prince of Wales at Nassan baptism, 491;
his fall from power on Lord Salisbury's death, 553;
continued Tuscan negotiations through, 563;
with King on Progress, attends on Foscarini, 612, 614;
annoyed with Lotti, the Tuscan secretary, 646,
employed by him to make fresh offer, 671;
appointed Treasurer for journey home of the Elector Palatine and his bride, 832.
-, Robert, Earl of Salisbury, Lord High Treasurer: —
(1610), devises the “Great Contract,” pp. v, vi.
his attitude to employment of English priests in Embassy houses, 4.
expresses his regrets at Ambassador Correr's retirement, approves his successor, 9.
recommends milder treatment of Roman Catholics, 23.
intervenes by King's orders, in the case of the “Soderina,” 29,
resents Venetian insistance, 235.
settles terms of agreement with France, 41.
his account of conversation between the King and the Prince of Joinville, 46.
his great wealth, 53;
his commanding position, 68.
commends the reason and eloquence of the Lady Arabella's petition, 64.
sponsor for son of Earl of Argyll, 68.
supports Sir Henry Wotton, re the “Corsaletta,” 79.
honoured at Venice in person of son, 88, 103, 122;
the King's acknowledgments, and his own, 125,
calls upon Correr, 132.
visited by the Prince of Anhalt, 91.
intercepts scurrilous replies to King's book, 92.
conducts all business in King's absence, 111.
assists Correr in case of the “Red Camel,” 111, 171.
looks for good result from the mission to England of the Constable of Castile, 132.
reassures King, touching plague in Queen's Household, 151.
(1611), his anxiety as to son's health;
his good courage, 164.
alludes to Duke of York's inclination to serve Venice 181.
surrenders “Wardship of Minors” to King, retaining the governorship, p. vii, 204.
discusses question of Mass in Embassy Houses with Correr, 205.
greets Ambassador Foscarini, on behalf of Privy Council, 234;
reviews European politics with him, 235.
the answer of the Doge and Senate reported to, touching the Prince de Joinville, 249.
secures arrest of the Lady Arabella, 258.
orders release of courier found with the Lady Arabella, 266.
letter for, from Savoy, 267.
discusses affair of the Lady Arabella with Foscarini;
adduces proof that Seymour is a bastard, 270.
negotiates with the Dutch Ambassador, 276.
to reply to the Duke of Mantua's Agent, 296.
Foscarini waits on, 296,
returns to London from Salisbury, 309.
gives secret audience to Minister from Morocco, 316.
his regard for Paul Pindar, 316.
congratulates French Ambassador on announcement of match of King Louis with the Infanta, 325,
receives the Ambassador, 341.
expresses indignation to Spanish Ambassador, in matter of slight and trick put upon England re the demand for an Infanta, 334, 341.
receives Venetian Ambassador, 352,
the French, 362.
the Prince of Wales almost always with, 355.
continues to assist Venetian claim re the “Soderina,” 371.
receives the Savoyard Ambassador, the Count of Ruffia, 374,
in presence of four of the Council, the Ambassador's statement taken down in writing;
the Ambassador's annoyance, 382.
informed by Caron of nature of Dutch policy in Turkey, 383.
considers proposal for trade to Persian Gulf, 387.
long interview between, and Spanish Ambassador, 388, 398, 410.
gives information to French Ambassador, 404.
(1612), de Caron negotiates with re Vorstius, 416.
recovers from illness, 419, 428.
request addressed to, by Foscarini, for same treatment as Ambassadors of Crowned Heads, 424.
his dissatisfaction with Tuscan apology for harbouring pirates, 428.
his regard for de Caron and Dutch alliance, 432.
his speech to Foscarini re Mass in Embassy Houses, 433, 439.
comments on growing power of Brandenburg, 434.
receives Ambassadors, reporting to King by letter, 438, 439.
the Archbishop of Canterbury and himself, the only persons consulted by King re Savoyard match for the Princess Elizabeth, 442.
his illness, intermittent tertian fever, the King's grief and constant visits to, 446;
the Queen on arriving in London at once visits, 446;
the King's anxiety, 451;
still ill, but out of danger, the King “fully aware of the value of this great Minister,” 452, 461, 462,
has relapse, 462,
still governs, 469, 480,
continues ill, 491,
a little better, goes to Bath, 503,
his death anticipated, but still governs by post from Bath, 524,
at death's door, rallies, 540,
his death, 548. See p. vi.
invites Spanish Ambassador to broach marriage between the King of Spain and the Princess Elizabeth to King James, 448.
assists Foscarini to secure precedence for Venetian Ambassadors in England on a par with those of Crowned Heads, 454, 455, 461, 468, 472, 561.
his nephew introduces Tuscan Agent to, 483.
meeting of Parliament postponed on account of his illness, 492.
receives Tuscan Agent, 492, 499,
the Ambassador of the Palatine, 503,
the French Ambassador, and Foscarini, 503.
confusion in affairs in his absence, 519.
distribution of his offices in his absence, 524.
effects of his death, the King “greatly disturbed”;
no man able to discharge all his offices;
died poor, &c., 548 and note, p. vii.
his nephew, General Cecil's fall from power on his death, 553,
Tuscan match less in favour, 595.
distribution of offices held by, 553, 577, 583, 584, 721.
Spanish satisfaction at his death, 582.
-, Thomas, Earl of Exeter, 68 note, 612, 614;
in funeral procession of Prince of Wales, 727;
contrasts Spanish strength with the Armada year, 764;
his views of French match for Duke of York, 765.
-, William, Lord Burleigh, son of the Earl of Exeter, attends on the Prince of Modena, 548,
on Foscarini, 775.
-, William, Lord Rosse, his tutor in prison at Rome, 12 note, 53 note;
Lord Salisbury's nephew, duty on his goods at Venice, 286.
-, William, Viscount Cranborne, son of Lord Salisbury, to visit Italy, 53,
presented to Doge, 88, 90,
his thanks for welcome, 103;
at Venice, 113,
decides to return home, 116,
his “Governor” arrested at Milan, on return;
King James gratified by Venetian courtesy to, 125, 171;
Lord Salisbury calls at Venetian Embassy to express thanks, 132;
anxiety as to his health, at Padua, 164 and note, ill at Padua, returns to Venice, 178;
in England again, honoured by the Archdukes, waits on Correr and King, 204;
to convey Foscarini in Royal coaches to Greenwich, 226, 234;
sent to receive Foscarini, at Salisbury, 309;
serves King at State banquet, 415.
Ceneda, dispute touching, between Venice and the Pope, 272, 278.
Centini, Felix, d'Ascoli, Cardinal Ascolli, d'Ascoli, 574, 579.
Conturione, Fra, Confessor of Dowager Grand Duchess of Tuscany, 565, 574, 605, 638;
to reply to de Mornay, 592.
Cerigo, 31, 145, 146, 872.
Cesareo, Marco, 148.
Cesena, Father, Commissary of the Capuchins, sent by Pope to Duke of Savoy, 346, 354.
Chabò François Amédée, Seigneur de Jacob, “President de Jacob,” Minister of the Duke of Savoy, his assurances re the Duke's armaments, 215, 217, 245;
request addressed by, to Edmondes, 299;
his negotiations, 362, 369;
acknowledges Foscarini's civilities, 374;
protests against Spanish occupation of Sassello, 403;
writes to Ruffia at Antwerp, 423;
enters protest against Franco-Spanish marriages, 431;
still at Paris, 447, 464;
his secretary, 496;
requested to stop Savoyard Embassy to England, 826;
acknowledges Foscarini's courtesy, 837;
informs King James of negotiations between Savoy and Mantua at Milan, 843, 852.
Cha'oner, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain to Prince of Wales, in Tuscan interest, p. x, 483 and note;
his remarks on North-west passage, 492,
on Tuscan match, 553;
arranges reception of Prince of Modena by Prince, 554;
at at Prince's funeral, 727.
Chamberlain, John, letters of, cited in notes to, 356, 398;
letter to, cited in note to, 671.
Chamberlain, Lord High. See Howard, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk.
- of Prince of Wales. See Chaloner, Sir Thomas.
Chamberlains, Queen's, one of. See Carey (“Carr”), Sir George.
Champigny, M. de. See Bochart, Jean.
Chancellor, the, of England. See Egerton, Thomas.
-, of Denmark. See Friis, Christian.
-, of France. See Brulart, Nicolas.
Charisius, Jonas, Dr., Danish Councillor, acts as English Agent in Denmark, makes useless recommendations in favour of peace, 227 and note;
sent as Ambassa dor to England, 316, 325, 342,
departs having attained object, 355;
to be sent to England again, 387,
interviewed by Foscarini, 409,
embarks small cannon in England for the war, 439.
Charles III, Duke of Lorraine and Barr, presents horses to Prince of Wales, 355;
sends Ambassador to condole on death of Prince of Wales, 732, 741.
- IV, Golden Bull of, 452.
- IX, of France, 34.
- IX, King of Sweden:—
(1610), Ambassadors from, in England, possibly to propose match between his daughter and the Prince of Wales, 24,
are received in audience;
they thank for facilities for recruiting troops in England;
they will discuss the pay of such troops, and the boundaries of Sweden and Denmark, 30;
they complain of aid given to Poland, and propose match between the Prince of Sweden and the Princess Elizabeth, 34;
request by, for English alliance against Poland, refused;
they leave for Holland, to negotiate alliance, 41,
with success, 79;
will proceed to France, 110;
they leave the Hague without concluding anything, 115, 172.
held of small account by King James, as an usurper, 34,
Villeroy declares that he is not legitimate King, 110,
his title, 372.
in dread of mutiny, has 300 English and French troops in his service, cut to pieces;
indignation in England, 132;
alleged cruelty of, to own troops, 353.
the continued successes of Catholic Poland, will compel Protestant powers to support, 132.
(1611), marries his daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to her cousin, John, Duke of East Gothland, 192.
ready to submit his dispute with Denmark to the arbitration of King James and Dutch, 192.
war declared against, by Denmark, for breaches of treaty of Stettin, and encroachments on Norway, 238,
his rage, 250.
puts strong force in field, 259, 271,
report of victory by, 283,
captures Christianopolis, 316, 365,
further success by, 372, 383.
his death, body taken to Stockholm, disputed succession, 387, 400, 404.
General Pont-la-garde served under, 765.
his claims to northern parts of Norway renounced by son, 789.
-, his daughter. See Mary Elizabeth.
Charles, Duke of York, Prince Charles, barony created for, 11;
visited by Correr, 41;
his desire to serve Venice, as a soldier, 175, 181;
follows brother's example and adopts Italian style of dress, 186;
elected to Garter, 217, 227;
gives audience to Ambassador Foscarini, 234;
mother's regard for, 280;
with brother at Richmond, 301;
joins King for anniversary of Gowrie plot, 302;
an Infanta for, 341;
office of Lord High Admiral intended for, 355;
receives pension from France, as Captain of the Scottish Guard, 358;
present at reception of the Count of Ruffia, 374;
Foscarini to visit, 400;
Count Ruffia takes leave of, 415;
Foscarini with, 483;
present at reception of Ambassador from Mantua, 516;
to accompany King on Progress, 578;
becomes heir to Crown, 690;
visited by Foscarini, 693,
new arrangements for, 698;
his marriage to the Infanta discussed, 698, 742;
letter of comdolence to, on brother's death, from the Doge and Senate, 707, 708;
match for, with Princess Catherine of Savoy suggested, 710, 740, 767, 784, 796, 797, 833, 841, 871;
weakly, Spanish hopes for his death, 712;
French overtures for his marriage to the Princess Christine, 714, 725, 730, 749, 758, 763, 765, 793, 797, 833, 854;
chief mourner at brother's funeral, 727;
overtures for his marriage to the third sister of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 729 (cf. 722);
application for post of Governor to, the Queen wishes to retain his custody, 732;
present at sister's betrothal, 734;
proposal that his sister should return to England, after marriage, for two years, till he grows stronger, 767;
Venetian congratulations to, 812;
Foscarini describes his suavity and humanity, 817;
desires to accompany sister to Margate, 821, 832;
his brother's jewels given to, 832;
Ambassador of Mantua visits, 836;
tilts at ring, 847;
resigns command of Scottish Guard in favour of the Duke of Lennox, 854.
Charles Emanuel, Duke of Savoy: —
(1610), threatened by Spain;
English representations to France on behalf of, 11;
troops massing against, English anxiety, 24;
Spanish design to frighten, not to attack, 64;
he makes his submission, 153, 154,
his own account of it, 200.
his civilities to Lord Cranborne, 88.
Edmondes confident that he will be supported by France, 109;
his negotiations with France for marriage, 111.
Spain proposes match between his son, the Prince of Savoy, and the Princess Elizabeth of England, 111, 199.
(1611), entertains Sir Henry Wotton;
his design, to negotiate a marriage between his children, and King James' as a set off to his like negotiation with France, sends Count Ruffia as his Ambassador to England, 161, 169, 177, 179, 181, 192,
the double match declined;
religious difficulty touching marriage of the Prince of Piedmont to the Princess Elizabeth, 199,
the Prince's pre-contract, 200;
freedom of conscience and the hand of an Infanta for the Prince of Wales, the conditions laid down for a marriage between the Princess Elizabeth and his son, 202, 214, 215, 238.
Sir Henry Wotton's suggestion that Garter should be bestowed on, 161, 179.
Geneva and the Vallais secure of English sympathy, and assistance against, 186;
his military preparations, 189, 192, 199;
their intention, 200, 215, 238;
he will attack Geneva, if Huguenots rise in France, 218.
M. de Jacob negotiates on behalf of, in France;
M. de Bareau accredited to from France, 217, 245, 362.
proposes to send, and finally dispatches, the Count di Ruffia again to England, 243, 267, 270, 277, 280, 283, 294, 299, 304, 309, 325, 334, 345, 361, 363, 365, 371,
to ask for the Princess Elizabeth for the Prince of Piedmont, 374, 375, 379, 382, 385, 388, 389, 399, 401, 403, 404, 409, 415, 422, 423, 425.
French marriage negotiations reopened with, 283, 294, 362, 363, 369, 374, 375, 376, 427.
content to marry his daughter to the Prince of Wales, but prefers French match for son, 294.
the Pope sends Nuncio to, to dissuade, from English marriage, 346, 354, 359,
and brief in own hand, 375;
the Duke's attempt to convince King James that the Pope approves;
the King requires the Pope's assent to marriage and to free exercise of religion, 409;
the Duke ready “to leave the Princess a Protestant,” 427.
Marshal Lesdiguières with, to discuss marriages, defences against Spain and claims on Vaud and occupation of Sassello, 362, 376, 379, 385, 399, 403,
result of the negotiation to be agreed in Paris, 414, 423.
failing French match for son, he asks French support for his negotiation in England;
French policy to force, to accept Tuscan match, 369,
or Mantuan, 391,
with dower in Montferrat, 399.
thanks Foscarini by letter;
professes devotion to Venice;
will send gentleman to reside there, 374.
presents King James with pard, 374,
vases of rock crystal, 382.
unable to complete purchase of ships through lack of money, 376, 385.
postpones expedition under the Marchese d'Orfè, 385, 394, 411.
“hot-tempered Prince and readily embarks on enterprises,” 390.
his Ambassador in Spain dismissed, 390, 403.
King Philip displeased with, for his foreign policy;
he approaches France, desires pension, 403,
and French protection, 434.
King James decides to send a Special Embassy to, 403, 408, 415,
Sir Henry Wotton, 419, 428, 439, 443, 447, 452, 456, 472, 477, 487, 499, 500, 506, 515, 522, 523, pp. ix, x, xi, xii.
(1612), character of, by the Prince of Wales, 409,
by Digby, 538.
sends Colonel Allardo to Paris, 414, 423, 434, 447,
recalls him, 449, 464, 465.
method of proceeding on occasion of his marriage to the Infanta, 415.
sends Ambassador to the Archduke Albert, 417,
who dismisses him, 427,
his business, 434.
returning to favour with the King of Spain, 427,
who again receives his Ambassadors, 433,
Spanish desire to ill-treat, 434,
met by French protection, 462.
negotiates with Protestants in Germany, 427.
Ambassador from, in France, to condole on the death of the Duke of Orleans, really to obtain protection against the Spanish;
“a Prince of a great heart,” cannot endure Spanish ill-treatment, 434.
discontented with Count Ruffia's report of English mission;
suspects King Philip of design to marry the Princess, 440,
a report put about merely to hinder his designs, 441,
questions Count de la Motte on point, 470.
English fear lest he should not keep his word, as to her religion, if the Princess Elizabeth were given to his son, 442.
complains to the Queen-Regent that her Ambassador in England opposes Count Ruffia's negotiations;
she will end by taking him under her protection, 447, 462,
Villeroy's assurances, 520.
Count Ruffia in disgrace with, 456.
asks for the Princess Christine of France for the Prince of Piedmont, 462,
finds the Prince of Wales preferred, 465.
English presents for, p. ix, 472 and note, 499, 506 and note, 537, 538.
gives Gussoni news, 496,
explains his hopes of English alliance to him, 537.
lavishes attentions on Wotton, who brings however negative reply, 522, 538, 551, 557.
his ministers belong to either the French or the Spanish factions, 523.
his jealousy of Tuscan negotiations for English marriage, 537, 555, 607, 634.
will be compelled to fall back on Tuscan match, 538.
independently of marriage, desires alliance with England, 542, 555, 563.
his attentions to Lord Rich, 543.
exceeding his income over marriage negotiations with England, 551.
Agent from, in England, 551, 553, 555, 559, 563, 570, 578, 587, 591.
Wotton takes leave of 557.
endeavouring to raise dower worthy of Prince of Wales, 570.
growing inclination in England to match with, 578;
he is desired by King James to suspend negotiations till Wotton's return, 587, 591.
Wotton's report in favour of match with, 609, 613,
thanks to bribe, 623.
Tuscan jealousy of his English negotiation, 618, 621, 622, 660, 699.
dower, security for dower, and affair of Geneva to be referred to King James' arbitration, 623;
the Duke accepts, 634,
English inclination to match increases, 646,
he resolves to see the matter through, 652, 657,
French jealousy, 662.
applies to Spain to help him raise dower, 634, 650.
offers Dutch access to Villafranca, 640,
proposed remarriage of King of Spain with a Princess of Savoy, 647, 667, 809.
agrees to submit claims of Geneva and Berne to King James' arbitration, if marriage takes place, 663, 667, 678.
Spanish consent to match refused, 664;
mission of Zuñiga to report on negotiations for it, 671, 673;
Spanish efforts to prevent it, 688, 720.
final proposals to, from England, 667, 671;
the Nuncio dissuades, 668;
difficulties as to the dower, and its location, 676;
King James' estimate of his resources as against Spain, 678;
French jealousy of the match, 686;
final English answer postponed at Prince of Wales' request;
the Prince dies, 686, 690;
he doubts if Prince died natural death, 702;
King James writes to, dismissing his Agent with honours, 710, 738;
his grief at Prince's death, 713;
he remarks that his parents were none too fond of the Prince, 733.
(1613), writes to King James;
will send Ambassador;
proposes his daughter the Infanta Caterina, for the Duke of York, 740;
choice of an Ambassador, 745, 761, 767,
the Marchese Villa, 784, 796, 797, 809;
English endeavour to stop the mission, 826;
the Marchese at Calais, 833,
in England, 836, 838, 841, 847, 852,
further proposals by, 859, 871.
opens Nice and port of Villafranca to pirates, 779, 781,
to the pirate Eston, pp. xxi, xxii, xxxvi, 780, 784, 791, 798, 804, 809, 824, 833,
consequent action of Venice, 844, 849, 850, 851;
offers restitution of Eston's plunder, 859.
disputes Papal claims in Vercelli, 796, 804, 809, 817, 824.
goes to meet his daughter the Infanta Dowager, widow of Francesco, Duke of Mantua, 804.
the King of Denmark desires to marry his daughter, 821.
Antonio Dotto in service of, 824.
summons the English Agent, Parkhurst, to his camp, 825,
at Vercelii, 828, 829,
uses him to create impression that England will assist Savoy, 834,
sends him to Geneva, 842, 854,
King James' annoyance, 860.
attacks Mantua, Venetian and Tuscan intervention, 827,
pits England against France, 828, 829, 836,
Spanish disapproval, 841.
the age of his daughter, Caterina, as compared with Prince Charles', 833.
disapproves marriage of his daughter, the Infanta Dowager, to her brother-in-law, Duke Ferdinand, 836.
letter of thanks from, to Foscarini, 837.
French action re his attack on Mantua, 838.
dismisses Venetian Ambassador, 840, 842.
his former relations with Governor of Milan, 841.
Venetian representations to King James, to prevent him obtaining aid, or ships, from England, 842, 843, 847, 852, 856, 857, 859,
decision of Venice, notified to Turkey, to treat ships flying his flag as pirates, 844, 849, 850, 851.
respects Spanish flag, when Governor of Milan sends troops against, 856.
the King of Spain in treaty for his daughter, 856.
bombards San Damiano, 871.
Chátillon. See Coligny.
Chatre, Marshal de la, p. xxviii.
Cheeses. See Trade.
Chester, banner of the county of, 727.
Chichester, Sir Arthur, Viceroy of Ireland, comes over, 362, 400 and note.
Chieti, Archbishop of. See Vulpi, Ulpiano.
China, trade with, p. xxvii, 492.
- Sea, 356, 383.
Chioggia, Venetian order to, 288.
Chioli, Chiolli. See Cioli.
Chios, 71, 73, 241, 307;
Dutch Ambassador at, on way to Constantinople, 445;
escape to, of Spaniard from Constantinople, 757.
Chiusa, gorge of the Adige near Rivoli, 289 and note.
Choiseul, Charles de, Seigneur de Praslin, to be sent on special embassy to England, 758.
Christian Majesty, His Most. See Louis XIII.
Christian II, Elector of Saxony, his claims to Cleves considered by the Evangelical Union, 11;
Spain desires his interference, 30;
has “Imperial Investiture” in Cleves;
held in small account by brother-in-law King James, 53, 54;
Envoy from Brandenburg in England touching his “Investiture,” 54;
his claims, apart from the “Investiture” will receive attention in England, 64;
continues to urge his claim, 68;
his letter to the States General of Netherlands returned unopened, as not addressed in proper form, 68;
his claims, backed by the “Investiture,” produce deadlock at the Congress of Cologne, 84;
the German Princes would have been wise, in opinion of the Prince of Anhalt, to have admitted his title to Cleves, 91;
opposition to, of his brother-in-law, the King of Denmark;
anxiety of Protestants as to his relations with the Emperor;
decision of England to support his claim to be admitted a “Possessioner,” 112,
the Prince of Anhalt and many Protestant Princes take same view, 115, 132,
members of his House assemble to support, 136;
an arrangement with, easier, than to adjust the claims of the Duke of Neuburg;
negotiations with, by the Evangelical Princes;
he applies to the Archdukes for aid, who refer him to Spain, 151,
he obtains possession, from the Archdukes, of places in Brabant, belonging to Cleves, a success favourable to his claims as a “Possessioner,” 159;
English hope that he will be content with being made joint “Possessioner,” 172,
the Margrave of Brandenburg disposed to admit as such, 181,
the Duke of Neuburg as well, 189,
his own consent, 200;
Lord Salisbury discusses, 235;
his death, 283, 295,
Queen Anne would go into mourning for, if the King would allow her, 284.
-, -, his successor. See John George.
Christian II, King of Denmark and Sweden, 372.
Christian IV, King of Denmark: —
(1610), to aid England against the Hanse Towns;
his claims on Lubeck, 11.
sends gentleman to England, to influence King James against pretensions of their brother-in-law, the Duke of Saxony, 112;
the gentleman returns home, 115;
had requested transference to Krempe, from Hamburg, of English trade, 132.
favours the inclusion of the Duke of Saxony as a “Possessioner,” 136.
invited by Evangelical Union to lead them;
has been accumulating military stores, 137;
he declares that the leadership belongs to England, 167;
confederation between, the Union, England and Dutch “will soon be stipulated,” 174, 361, 430, 491.
(1611), his anger at failure of Swedish Commissioners to appear in Holstein at Conference;
efforts of Dutch to appease;
will receive no aid from England, if he makes war, 175, 181;
English Agent's representations fail, 227 and note, 235.
his brother-in-law, King James, accepted as arbitrator by the King of Sweden in dispute with, 192.
offers to take surplus troops from Dutch, offer declined;
his preparation for war, 217, 227.
may receive Polish support, 235.
paper of reasons, 238;
will lead army in person;
sends keepsakes to sister, Queen Anne, 250,
besieges Kalmar, 259,
his successes, 277,
reported repulse, 283,
defeated, 295, 310, 316,
appeals for aid to King James, 316,
has no idea of peace, 325, 342.
candidate for election as King of the Romans, 267, 372, 400, 404, 409, 426,
as Emperor, 439, 443, 446, 460.
Dutch Embassy to, 302, 310,
sends Ambassador to England, 316, 335, 342,
who, by Queen's assistance, has private audience, and leaves, successful, 355,
about to return, 387.
M. de Vitry arranging dispatch of troops for, 336,
raising troops for, 347;
Scottish and English force for, 372, 373, 387, 409, 417;
he hopes to get English troops in Dutch service, 372.
puts Scottish, or German, governors in the places he takes, 372.
his presents of horses to the Prince of Wales, 355.
desires match between his niece, the Princess Elizabeth, and Prince of Poland, with view to partitioning Sweden with the King of Poland, 365.
designs to make Denmark an hereditary monarchy, 372, 373, 387, 409.
effect on his plans of the death of King of Sweden;
sends Agent to England to urge on dispatch of succour, 387, 409, 417.
(1612), raises troops in Brandenberg and Brunswick;
prepares for a winter campaign, 417.
understanding between, and the Emperor Rudolph;
his plans upset by Emperor's death, 434,
by increasing difficulty of Swedish war, 439, 443, 446.
anxious for peace;
terms proposed, 443;
short of money, 563.
sends Ambassador to England to hasten succours of English and Scots, 446,
obtains leave to enrol foot and horse, 452, 462, 469, 472, 491, 497,
rumour that Lord Rich is to command, 543,
Lord Willoughby goes with them, 548.
presents Queen Anne with gold-framed mirror, 446.
refused permission to recruit in Holland, 480.
King James writes to, exhorting to conclude peace, 480, 514,
sends Agent to, 548, 567;
the Dutch urge King James to induce, to make peace, 583,
he writes, 585;
inclined to peace, 591, 595, 672.
his death reported, 481.
Ambassador from, at Nassau baptism, 491.
defeated, and nearly captured, by Duke John of East Gothland;
his troops win battle of Wildsjöml;, 497.
his relationship to the Houses of Lorraine and Austria, 499.
Garter conferred on, on King James' accession, 540.
his wife's death, 540.
takes Ellenborog Castle, quarters English there, 563,
further successes by, 567.
reported defeat of, by Swedes, 641,
he retires to Copenhagen, 672.
his reception in London, alluded to, 680.
his remarriage with the sister of the King of Sweden suggested, 710.
(1613), terms of peace agreed to by, with Sweden, 789.
to be asked to reduce dues at Elsinore, 789.
good service done for, by English volunteers, 816.
Spanish embassy to, 817, 833,
returned, 843, 848.
proposes to marry a daughter of the Duke of Savoy, 821.
an Infanta of Spain suggested for his son, 833, 843.
King James recalls his offer, in 1606, to assist Venice, 843;
Venetian acknowledgments, 866, 867, 868, 869.
possessed of 800 miles of seaboard, &c., 848.
Christian, Prince of Anhalt Bernburg (Anhault, Hainault), not yet in command of combined force for Cleves, 11;
mentioned, 12 note;
does honour to Count Maurice, 24;
sent to England by the Evangelical Union;
nature of his mission, p. xxviii, 91;
favours the Duke of Saxony's claim to Cleves, 91, 115;
in England, 111;
received in audience by King James, presents his nephew, urges King, in consideration of the geographical importance of Cleves and Juliers, uniting Germany to the Netherlands, and of the preparations of the Catholic Powers for war, to assume the leadership of the Protestant Union of Princes, 112;
returns from England, to the Hague;
wins personal esteem at English Court;
earnest representations to, by King James in favour of peace, 115;
Juliers being fortified under his direction, 115;
his report of his English mission encourages the Duke of Saxony, 136;
suggests compromise re the guardianship of the Palatinate, 172;
new Elector of Saxony will be guided by, 295;
works on Emperor, 361;
to visit England, 430;
going to Heidelberg, 491.
Christianopolis, taken by Swedes, 316.
Christina, daughter of Adolf, Duke of Holstein, mother of Gustavus Adolphus, 409.
Christine, Princess of France, the Duke of Bouillon to be sent to England to propose her marriage to the Prince of Wales, 441,
as alternative to match with sister of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 442, 450, 464;
demand for her hand, on behalf of the Prince of Piedmont, 462,
her mother prefers the Prince of Wales, 465,
and directs the Duke of Bouillon to propose her in marriage for the Prince, 501, 516, 529, 539, 552, 602, 609, 615, 765;
her marriage to the “second son of Spain,” proposed, 563;
her mother notified by Pope that he will refuse dispensation for marriage in case of the Prince of Wales, 616;
will marry the Prince, 669;
again offered to the Prince of Wales, with half dower in hand, the residue at ten years of age, 686,
on his death, offered to the Duke of York, 714, 725, 730, 749, 758, 763, 765, 793, 797, 833, 854.
Christoforo, Don, of Portugal, pension offered him, by Spain, 438.
Chrysostom, Sir Henry Savile's edition of, 30 note.
Chur, Pittag of the Three Leagues at, 513.
-, letters dated at, 839.
-, Bishop of, assists Spanish policy, 520.
Ciaconius, “Vitae . . . . Pontificum Romanorum,” &c., cited in note to, 566.
Cigala, Nicolo, 395.
- Pasha, Capudan Pasha, his marriage to Sultan's daughter, 757.
Cioli, Ciorli, Chioli, Chiolli, Andrea, Secretary to Belisario Vinta, Secretary to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, sent on mission to England to negotiate match between the Prince of Wales and the sister of the Grand Duke, 472, 473, 483, 492, 499, 503, 541, 553, 563, 578, 584, 586, 591, 595, 601,
to return home, 611,
on his way, 667,
at home, 675.
Cività Vecehia, 168, 631.
Civran, Antonio, Captain of the Guard in Crete, causes dispositions to be taken touching Barbary pirates, 144, 145, 146, 872.
-, -, despatch from, to the Doge and Senate, 144.
Claremont, Bishop of. See Clermont-Ferrand.
Clarentza. See Glarenza.
Clarette, —, Secretary of Savoyard Embassy in Rome, 354.
Clavello, Signor, of Crema, 89.
Clayton, Robert, 3 note.
Clement VIII, Pope, 63, 104;
King James admires, 679, 843.
Clermont-Ferrand, Claremont, Bishop of. See Rose, Antoine.
Cleves, Duchy of: —
(1610), English declaration in favour of the “Possessioners” leads to sequestration of goods by Emperor's order, in the Hanse Towns, 3, 11, 12, 24, 32.
French attitude in, doubtful, p. xxviii, 4;
English, firm, 10.
English and Dutch troops on frontier of, 11,
near Juliers, 30,
besiege it, 34, 41, 49, 54,
terms of surrender, 55.
rival claims to, discussed by Evangelical Union, 11.
the Prince of Condé
urges abandonment of French intervention in;
is opposed by Sully, 21,
Dutch annoyance, 23.
negotiations for peace in, 24.
pay for English troops in, transmitted, 24.
Culem, formerly belonging to, occupied by Dutch, 34.
the Duke of Saxony's claims to, and his Imperial Investiture, made light of, by King James, 53, 54.
Bedburg in, to be besieged, 54.
affair of, in good way of settlement, 54,
Congress of Cologne meets, 68, 79,
deadlock at, 84.
appeal by Emperor for intervention in, of the Archdukes, 64.
the Prince of Anhalt favours the Duke of Saxony's claim to;
considers the attack on Juliers a mistake, 91, 115.
the German Protestant Princes would rather see the Margrave of Brandenburg in possession of, than the Duke of Neuburg, 112.
Geographical importance of, as connecting the Protestants of Germany with the Low Countries and England, p. xxviii, 112.
Protestant members of the Conference of Cologne reassemble at the Hague to further discuss affairs of, 115.
the recognition of the Duke of Saxony as a “Possessioner” essential for quiet of, 132,
the Duke hopeful of success, 136;
his claims to, more easy of satisfaction, than the Duke of Neuburg's grievances, 151;
the Margrave of Brandenburg disposed to admit him as “Possessioner,” 181.
parcels of, in Brabant, delivered by the Archduke Albert to the Duke of Saxony, 151, 159.
(1611), an accord touching, will be reached, 164;
the Dukes of Brandenburg, Neuburg and Saxony disposed to come to terms, 189,
and as joint “Possessioners” to submit their claims to Emperor and Electors, 200.
the Duke of Neuburg's son coming to England on affair of, 204,
coming himself, 227,
sends Ambassador, 284.
Lord Salisbury's views on, 235.
effect on question of, of death of the Duke of Saxony, 284, 295, 302, 315, 335, 357, 438.
(1612), large part of, secured by Brandenburg, 434.
the Margrave of Brandenburg's administration in, disturbed by the Duke of Neuburg, 480.
Diet at Wesel in, 491.
Spanish offers to the Duke of Saxony in affair of, 498,
to buy up his claims in, 604;
he persists in claim, 684.
King James' decision touching, 612.
Dutch prepare regiment for, 710.
efforts to settle affair of, 720, 732, 793, 826,
fail, the Duke of Saxony persists in claim to, 833.
Clifford Francis, Earl of Cumberland, Scottish Commissioner, 204 note.
Cloth, tax on, styled “Sealing drapery,” enjoyed by Duke of Lennox, 24 and note.
-, English trade in. See Trade.
-, of gold. See Trade.
Coal, patent for burning in furnace, 3 and note;
coal dues renounced by King, 24 and note.
Cocco, Francesco, son of Gerolamo, 219, 253.
de, baron de Vaucelas, comte de Vauvineux, French Ambassador in Spain, report from, 501.
Cocheo, —, Confessor to the Grand Duchess of Tuscany, his reply to King James' book, 205, 232, 245, 267.
Coke, Sir Edward, his opinion in case of heresy, 443 note.
Coligny, Gaspard III de, comte de Coligny, Seigneur de Châtillonsur-Loing, commands French regiment in Dutch service, 432.
Collector of fines in Ecclesiastical causes, office of, granted to Sir Thomas Glover, 386 note.
Collever, John, examination of, re pirates, p. xix, 271 note.
Cologne, in state of siege, 34;
the Dukes of Brandenburg and Neuburg established near, 91;
scurrilous reply to King James' book printed at, 92;
proposed meeting at, of the Archdukes Albert and Maximilian, 434;
disorders in, fomented by Jesuits, 480;
Spinola at, 578, 595, 694;
hostility of, to the “Possessioners,” 578;
Sir Henry Wotton at, 595, 604;
stores of arms and corn at, 765.
-, Congress of, Princes and Envoys assemble at, to settle affair of Cleves, 54,
to arrange the pacification of Germany, 68,
dissatisfaction of English Ambassador at, 79;
the claim of the Duke of Saxony to be treated as a “Possessioner” baffles, 84;
the claim of the Emperor to adjudicate in Cleves, and the method of his adjudication, discussed at;
terms of agreement between England and the Evangelical Union, sent to English Ambassador at, 91;
the Congress dissolved, to be revived, 112;
Protestant members of, reassemble at the Hague, 115;
it may meet again, at Cologne, 136.
-, Elector of. See Ernest of Bavaria;
Ferdinand of Bavaria.
“Colombo.” See Ships.
Coloredo, Baron, Tuscan mission for, 556,
to Pope, 565, 566, 573.
Colston, Edward, English Vice-Consul in Patras, applied to, on behalf of Venetian captives, 223, 224, 225, 237,
letter from, 246, 282, 303, 313.
Colville, David, author, 459.
Comacchio, Modenese claim to, 540.
Combi, Piero and Giambattista, Venetian publishers 486.
Cominlioli, Comin, 14.
Concini, Concino, dit Maréchal d'Ancre, favourite of the Queen-Regent, “the person who advises her and now governs everything,” 377;
present at Queen's interview with Rossi;
rupture between, and Villeroy imminent, 517;
enmity to, of the Princes in France, 709.
“Concord.” See Ships.
Condé, Prince of. See Bourbon-Condé.
Confederates of Hall. See Union, Evangelical.
Coniers, —, in charge of the Lady Arabella, 258 note.
Constable of Castile. See Velasco.
Constantine, Prince of Moldavia, upheld by Poland, threatened by Prince Stephen, 344, 405.
Constantinople, Turkish fleet returns to, 158;
deposition of Englishman come from, 279;
Venetian exports to, 381,
Pindar sails for, secretly, 407;
Dutch Ambassador near, 492, 524, 535;
threat to exclude Venetian ships, &c., from, 504;
white lead shipped to, 508;
homeward voyage from, of Bailo, 512;
Glover leaves, 668;
silk supply of, 724;
Spanish slaves sent to, 757;
Dutch envoy on way to, 819;
Sultan returns to, 821, 822.
-, despatch dated at, 569. See also Dalle Vigne di Pera.
Consulage of Forestiers, or consular fees exacted from the seventeen provinces of Flanders and the Low Countries: —
(1611), despatch from Contarini on question of “Flemish shipping and its covering flag,” 251;
(1612), dispute over, renewed by English and French Ambassadors, 457.
Contarini, —, Commander of Venetian galley, 872.
-, Andrea, Chief of the Ten, 459.
-, Francesco, allusion to his Embassy to England, 13.
-, Girolamo, Venetian Governor of Corfu, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 392, 401.
-, Piero, appointed by Senate to condole with Carleton on death of Prince of Wales, 703.
-, Simon, Venetian Ambassador in Constantinople, the Bailo, instructed to complain of the Bey of the Morea for sheltering pirates, 121;
apostate priest consigned to, by English Ambassador, 240, 311;
English Ambassador acts with, against Dutch, 273;
instructed to watch Paul Pindar, 386,
visits him, 405,
reports home that Pindar has brought cargo of steel and sword-blades, and that he is powerless in matter, 435;
describes interview with Pindar and insulting behaviour of French Ambassador, 444;
charters English berton to see him home, 482;
enables Spanish slaves in Serraglio to communicate with their friends;
present, with private band at ceremony of their embracing Islam, 757.
-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 33, 134, 157, 173, 184, 239, 240, 251, 273, 307, 318, 333, 344, 368, 405, 435, 444, 445, 457, 458, 471, 482, 484.
-, -, instructions to, 57, 166, 201.
-, Tomaso, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, ordered to ascertain truth as to Catholic League, 475;
praised by Palatine, 803.
-, -, despatches from, 566, 574, 581, 592, 600, 606, 621, 632, 637.
-, -, instructions to, 475, 717.
Conti, Prince of. See Bourbon, Francis de.
Contract, the Great, pp. v, vi.
Cope, Sir Walter, 671 note.
Copenhagen, declaration of war dated at, 238;
King at, 372;
Brederanz returns to, 383,
King leaves at head of troops, 497,
returns to, 672.
Coral fisheries. See Trade.
Corbett, “The English in the Mediterranean,” cited in notes to, pp. xix, xxxviii, 480, 492.
Cordall, Thomas, merchant of London, chief owner of the “Corsaletta,” ruined by its loss, pity felt for, 79,
impossibility of satisfying, 111.
Cordosa, Georgio, arrested at Venice, 682, 683.
escape to, of Spaniard from Turkey, 756.
-, despatches dated at, 392, 401, 756.
-, Venetian Governor of, despatch from, to Doge and Senate, 756, 757. See also Contarini, Girolamo.
Corn. See Trade.
Corner, Zuane, report by, 527.
Cornwall, proposed sale by Prince of Wales of Duchy land in, 698;
banner of the Duchy, 727.
Cornwallis, Sir Charles, ex-Ambassador in Spain, 171 and note, 195;
Secretary left by, in Spain, 334. See Cottington.
Coron, pirates offer to cut out Venetian ship under, 406,
protected at, 458.
Correr, Marc' Antonio, Corraro, Venetian Ambassador in England: —
(1610), civilities to, of Prince of Brunswick, 3.
the Master of the Ceremonies sent to, re Mass in his Embassy house, 4.
King presents with roe, 4.
his successor named;
English regrets, 9,
his relief, 25, 29.
action by, in the case of the “Reniera e Soderina,” 11, 24, 29, 64, 171, 186, 202, 205, 227, 235.
his postage accounts and vouchers, 13, 14, 15, 16, 148, 149, 150.
received in audience at Wanstead, 29,
his subsequent illness, 30.
Sir Dudley Carleton waits on, 34.
proposes to visit Oxford, 41 and note, arrives there, joins King at Woodstock, 53.
waits on King, on occasion of his illness;
King's compliments to, 68.
action by, in case of the “Red Camel,” p. xxv, 111, 115, 132, 153, 171, 186.
statements by, to King, touching the “Corsaletta,” p. xxiv, 111.
Lord Hay sent to, by King, to thank for Lord Cranborne's reception in Venice, 125,
his acknowledgments, 171.
eulogium of, by Sir Dudley Carleton, 129, 339.
receives visit, in Embassy House, from Lords Salisbury and Suffolk;
his satisfaction, 132;
Lord Cranborne visits to thank, 204.
despatch to, announcing arrival in Venice of Sir Dudley Carleton and covering copies of letters to the King and Prince of Wales in praise of Sir Henry Wotton, 139, 140, 141;
he acknowledges its receipt, 159,
and communicates substance to King, 171.
(1611), invited to Prince of Wales' Masque;
overhears and understands an aside in English, 159.
discusses Venetian relations towards Pope with Queen, 186.
his cordial relations with Sir Henry Wotton, 189, 415.
discusses privileges of Embassy Houses, re Mass before Privy Council, 205.
notified of answer re Prince de Joinville, 207.
arranges Foscarini's reception, 226,
accompanies him to audience, is knighted, receives sword, and patent of augmentation of his arms, 234.
Carleton's tribute to, 238.
gifts to himself, wife and son;
permission given him to take with him two priests, 249,
other gifts and honours for;
presents bestowed by, 253;
honours and presents for, on return journey;
his goods seized by pirates, 281.
reports by, of civilities shewn to, on return journey, and of German affairs, 292, 293.
the Doge and Senate make return in kind for release of priests at his prayer, 331, 343.
referred to, 348;
the Duke of Savoy commends, 374.
permission for, to retain presents received from King James, 396.
-, -, despatches from to Doge and Senate, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 34, 41, 53, 54, 64, 65, 68, 79, 81, 91, 92, 111, 112, 115, 125, 132, 148, 151, 153, 159, 164, 171, 172, 175, 181, 186, 189, 192, 193, 199, 200, 202, 204, 205, 217, 226, 227, 234, 235, 236, 249, 250, 292, 293.
- -, instructions to, 44, 82, 139, 207.
-, Vincenzo, son of Marc Antonio, hunts with Duke of York, 41,
meets Foscarini, 226;
gifts to, on leaving England, 249, 253.
Cortese, Cavaliere, Agent of Modena, 554.
Cottington, Francis, Secretary of Embassy to Sir Charles Cornwallis in Spain, afterwards Consul at Seville, left in charge on Cornwallis' return home, 334, 398 and note,
sent to England, with despatches, 732, 734;
again in England;
replaced as Consul by a Catholic Englishman, by King Philip's orders;
anger of King James, 870.
Cotton, Pierre, Father Cotton, Jesuit, publishes book, 7,
“Anticotton” issued in reply, 62;
defends equivocation in the pulpit of the Louvre, 138;
the Pope's complaint touching “Anticotton,” 143;
appeal by, to the Queen-Regent, 413.
Council of XII, Venetian, 9 and note, 174, 120.
Crema, English Ambassador in quarantine at, pp. xxix, xxx, 86, 87, 89, 98, 103, 114;
orders to, 288, 289.
-, despatches dated at, 86, 89, 114.
and governor of. See Zen, Francesco.
Crempe. See Krempe.
Créqui, M. de. See Blanchefort, Charles de.
Crete, seizure of the “Corsaletta” in, 9;
muscat wine of, taxed in England, 24,
cargo of, stolen, 29;
Venetian squadron to cruise off, 31;
trade with, in wine and cheeses, 145, 872;
Venetian dominion over, 415;
Turkish attack on, threatened, 505;
Crete alias Candia, 775;
threatened by Turks, 816.
-, Captain of the Guard in. See Civran, Antonio.
-, Governor General of. See Capello, Girolamo;
Zane, Zuan Giacomo.
Criembach, Marquis Ernst of. See Salm Grumbach.
Crofts, Sir James, in charge of the Lady Arabella, 258 note.
Crompton, —–, asserts William Seymour's escape, 255.
Culem, parcel of Cleves, occupied by Dutch, 34.
Cumanelli of Verona. See Fumanelli.
Cumano, Giacomo, of Padua, renewed application on behalf of, by Sir Henry Wotton, 9 and note,
vote of the Council of X on, 22.
Cumberland, Earl of. See Clifford.
Cunningham, “Growth of English Industry and Commerce,” cited in notes to pp. vi, vii, xxvii.
Curzola, in Dalmatia, ship of, taken by pirates, 392.
Currants. See Trade.
Customs, to be reduced, to conciliate Parliament, 3,
their demands touching, 11,
King's concessions, 24,
he issues orders, printed, touching farm of, 186;
taxes to be farmed at higher rates, 570.
Cyprus, Venetian squadron for, 31;
English trade with, 124;
Turkish force off, 157;
ancient possession of Venice, 415, 473;
its capture by Sultan Selim, 458;
Dutch imports from, 816;
-, throne of, House of Savoy twice connected with, by marriage, 374.