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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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Fajardo, Fasciardo, Don Luis, in command of Royal Galleons, for protection of Spanish coasts, pp. xviii, xix, xx, 220.

Farnham, King at, 316 note.

Farthings, profit from coinage of, 817.

Fasciardo, Don Luis. See Fajardo.

Federates, the, the Federated Princes See Union, Evangelical.

Fedrighi, Fedrigo, 14.

“Fenice.” See Ships.

Fentoun, Fenton, Viscount. See Erskine, Thomas.

Ferdinand of Bavaria, nephew of Ernest, Archbishop Elector of Cologne, his Coadjutor, will succeed;

formerly in the pay of Henry IV of France;

his pension suppressed by the Queen-Regent;

he “draws towards Spain,” 443;

his vote not good, 469, 473, 498,

Spanish efforts to establish his right to vote, 503;

his vote, 568;

invites the Queen-Regent to join the Catholic League, 788, 793.

Feria, Duke of. See Suarez de Figueroa et Cordoba, Gomez.

Ferrara, 773.

Fez, Spanish from, settled in Venice, 683.

Filiberto, Prince of Savoy, Prior of Castile and Leon, makes submission to King Philip on father's behalf, 154,

exceeds his instructions, 200;

mentioned, 382;

in certain event might become pretender to Savoy, 389;

Duke of Lerma's letter to, 410;

appointed “General of the Sea” by Spain, 510.

Filippines. See Philippines.

Finisterre, capture by pirates off, 338.

Finnet, Mr., 53 note.

Firuze, despatch dated at, 549. See also Florence.

Fiume, governor of, 617.

Flanders, export of bullion from England to, 34;

precedence of Ambassadors of, 82, 352, 741, 758, 775, 783, 803, 821, 836;

attack on King James' book imported from, to England, 92;

goods shipped to, from England, 111;

recruiting in, for Germany, 164;

English Embassy in, not filled up, 171;

value to, of Dunkerque, 172;

English money to be standardized with Flemish, 383;

Spanish troops brought to, 442, 446;

required as dower by England, 470;

danger to, of allowing Spinola to be absent from, 480, 483;

troops in, at disposal of the Elector of Saxony, 498;

expected to revolt on death of the Archduke Albert, 520;

Prince of Modena to visit, 540;

claims of, against “the Possessioners,” 568;

money coined in, 594;

military preparations in, 627,

troops from, to enforce Imperial ban re Muhlheim, 684, 721, 732;

levies of troops in, 765;

mentioned, 786;

Spanish effort to secure loyalty of, by distribution of Orders, &c., 833;

dread in, of fresh Spanish Governor;

prayers in for the recovery of the Archduke Albert, 833;

troops disbanded in, 848.

Florence, Jesuit intrigue at, 367;

mentioned, 387;

Tuscan Agent recalled to, 492, 548, 553, 563;

hope that English Ambassador may be sent to, 499;

trade between, and Turkey, via Ragusa, 504;

mentioned, 605, 621, 667, 671;

Glover visits, 719.

-, letters and despatches dated at, 56, 60, 60, 69, 97, 152, 165, 168, 182, 194, 196, 208, 213, 229, 247, 263, 274, 291, 308, 317, 326, 366, 367, 384, 420, 429, 436, 463, 467, 476, 488, 511, 536, 541, 556, 565, 573, 579, 580, 586, 593, 601, 605, 611, 618, 622, 633, 638, 648, 651, 660, 674, 675, 681, 689, 699, 712, 719, 722, 729, 760, 779, 814. See also Firuze.

Flores d'Avila, Marquess of. See Zuñiga, Don Pedro di.

Florida, English efforts to colonize, 324,

Spanish protest, 649.

Flotta, Spanish, 80, 220, 372, 663, 720, 740.

Flushing, 292, 379, 595;

Spanish offer loan to redeem, 609;

the Palatine leaves, for England, 671,

returns to, with bride, 826, 832, 838.

-, Governor of. See Lisle, Viscount.

Font, Fonte, M. de la, gentleman of the Prince de Joinville, 244 (cf. 212),

sent to England by the Prince, 714, 728, 732,

to condole, 741,

returns, 763.

Fontainbleau, 67, 254, 264, 552, 560.

Fontana, Andrea, Brothers, 846.

Foscarini, Alvise, sent to condole on death of Prince of Wales, 703.

-, Antonio, Venetian Ambassador in France, reports continuity of French policy, 5;

his appointment as Ambassador to England welcomed by Sir Henry Wotton, 9,

a compliment to England, 29;

his struggle with the Spanish Ambassador alluded to, ibid, and note;

reports Dutch overtures for Venetian alliance, 17;

orders of the Senate touching his salary, chaplain and interpreter, 47, 48, 117;

his civilities to Lord Wotton in France, 91;

salary voted for his secretary, 126;

Sir Dudley Carleton acknowledges attentions received from, 129;

despatch from, forecasting the design of the House of Austria to involve all Europe in religious war, 137;

due in England, 175;

represents that the cost of the French and English Embassies are excessive, 191;

leave for him to retain presents received from King of France, 211, 236;

starts for England, 215,

arrives, 217,

his suite, 219,

his reception, 226;

received separately by the King, Queen, Princes and Council, 234;

has interview with Lord Salisbury, 235;

waits on the Princess Elizabeth, proceeds via Hampton Court to Windsor, and witnesses Garter Installation, 236;

renews private correspondence with the Hague, 250, 271;

an old friend of the French Ambassador in England, who gives him information, 254;

the King and Lord Salisbury discuss the affair of the Lady Arabella with;

the King requests Seymour's arrest, if he visit Venice, 270;

describes his interview with the Queen, 280;

the King puts royal barges at his disposal, 280;

his civilities to the Duke of Mantua's Agent, 284, 296;

the Queen's favours to, 284;

his friendly relations with the Spanish Ambassador, 272, 296;

journeys to Salisbury to congratulate the King on the anniversary of the Gowrie plot, 296,

account of his reception there, 309,

the King's satisfaction at visit, 315, 339;

his visit to the Prince of Wales described, 301,

the Prince entertains him, 309;

account of his interview with Lord Salisbury, 315;

reports conversation with Spanish Ambassador, 324;

notified of Castelvetro's release, 332, 348,

Carleton directed to express King's satisfaction at his method of dealing with affairs, 339;

ill with cold;

King desires to see, 348,

goes, out of jealousy of the Flemish Ambassador;

his audience described, 352;

visits the Spanish Ambassador, 358;

describes day at Court, on Gunpowder Plot celebration, 371;

the Duke of Savoy writes to, acknowledging civilities to the Count of Ruffia in Paris, 374, 415;

King James' regard for, 380;

discourse by, on the decay of Venetian trade, and growth of English and Dutch, 383;

gleans information from Queen Anne, 400;

visits the Prince of Wales, his esteem for him, 409;

presents demand that the Ambassadors of Venice in England shall “be treated on equal footing with those of Crowned Heads,” 424;

his speech to the Council re Mass in his Embassy House, 433;

relations of, with Count Ruffia, 447;

studies divinity to flatter King James, 453;

secures desired precedence for Venetian Ambassadors in England, 454, 455, 461, 468, 472, 473, 518, 524, 530, 531, 532, 533, 545, 546, 547, 561, 562, 741, 758;

describes his reception by Queen Anne, 462;

kindness for, of the Prince of Wales, 483;

his civilities to the Ambassador of the Duke of Mantua, 516;

complains to the Duke of Bouillon of French action in the Grisons, 520;

takes the Prince of Modena under his protection, 540, 547, 548, 554, 564, 572, 595, 596, 597, 603, 628, 677, 711, 720, 759;

his secretary's misconduct, 544, 571, 770 and note;

proposes to follow the King on Progress, 563, 578, 594,

joins him, to congratulate on anniversary of the Gowrie Plot, 612, 628,

Venetian approval, 643, 644, 654, 655, 656;

entertains Prince Peretti, 628, 646;

ill, 635, 645, 657;

announces Doge's accession to King, 657;

his postal expenses, 661;

Spanish Ambassador's visit to, 668;

entertained by Carleton's relatives, 671 and note;

put to expense for reception of the Palatine, 672, 680;

has audience of the King, 678, 679;

visits the Palatine and Prince Henry of Nassau, 684;

his personal sorrow for the death of Prince Henry, 690;

reports interviews with the Duke of York, 693, 817;

laments the death of Sir George Carey, 709;

voting on grant for his extra expenses, 711, 716, 718,

his thanks, 740;

reports interviews with the Spanish and French Ambassadors, and his compliments to the former, 720;

his civilities to Prince Radzivill, 728;

has audience, to condole, embraced by King, 741;

recommends regard for Duke of Mantua's wishes, 741;

instructed re Gaetano, 753, 754;

Gabaleone's gratitude to, 761;

information given to, by Lords Northampton and Exeter, 764, 765;

Carleton praises, 770, 810;

his precedence allowed at marriage of the Palatine, 775, 783;

reports conversation with King James, 783;

endeavours to discover nature of Dutch alliance with the Turk, 795, 801;

visited by the Palatine, 803;

declines to assist at joust in Holy Week, 812;

refrains from condolence, when visiting Queen, 812;

points out value of English volunteers to Venice, apart from direct aid from King, in event of Turkish attack, 816;

his visit of farewell to the Elector, his precedence recognized, 821;

received by the King informally, 821;

reports conversation with the Count of Schomberg, 822;

instructed to request King James' intervention with the Duke of Savoy, to abandon attack on Mantua, 827;

his successor to be appointed, 831,

appointed, 845;

Dutch official in his pay, 833;

obtains secret information from decipherer of dispatches in England, 833;

reports conversation with the Ambassador of Savoy, re Mantua, 836;

letter to, of the Duke of Savoy, with thanks for civilities to his Ambassadors, 837;

instructed to prevent the Duke of Savoy receiving naval assistance from England, 842, 856;

reports conversation with King James, 843,

again seeks audience, 847,

sees King, 852;

praises Gabaleone, 855;

has audience, 857;

instructed to thank, for offer of aid against Turk, 863.

-, -, commission for, 104.

-, -, credentials for, 101.

-, -, despatch from, to the Chiefs of the Ten, 424.

-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate in France, 5, 7, 10, 17, 18, 19, 21, 28, 36, 37, 49, 50, 58, 59, 62, 67, 85, 109, 110, 127, 137, 138, 142, 156, 167, 174, 177, 179, 180, 183, 185, 190, 191,

in England, 215, 226, 227, 234, 235, 236, 249, 250, 253, 254, 258, 259, 260, 266, 267, 270, 271, 272, 276, 277, 278, 280, 281, 283, 284, 295, 296, 301, 302, 309, 310, 315, 316, 324, 325, 334, 335, 341, 342, 348, 351, 352, 353, 355, 356, 357, 358, 361, 362, 364, 365, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 382, 383, 387, 388, 389, 398, 399, 400, 403, 404, 408, 409, 410, 415, 416, 417, 419, 427, 428, 430, 432, 433, 434, 438, 439, 442, 443, 446, 447, 451, 452, 453, 454, 461, 462, 468, 469, 472, 473, 480, 483, 491, 492, 497, 498, 499, 502, 503, 516, 517, 519, 520, 524, 529, 534, 539, 540, 547, 548, 553, 554, 555, 561, 563, 564, 567, 568, 570, 571, 578, 583, 584, 585, 590, 591, 594, 595, 603, 604, 609, 610, 612, 613, 614, 628, 629, 630, 635, 645, 646, 657, 658, 659, 661, 663, 667, 668, 671, 672, 673, 677, 678, 679, 680, 684, 686, 687, 690, 692, 693, 698, 709, 710, 720, 721, 727, 728, 732, 734, 740, 741, 758, 759, 764, 765, 767, 775, 776, 782, 783, 786, 787, 788, 789, 795, 796, 801, 802, 803, 811, 812, 816, 817, 821, 822, 832, 833, 836, 837, 838, 841, 843, 847, 848, 852, 855, 856, 857, 859, 860, 870, 871.

-, -, instructions to, 210, 285, 287, 332, 544, 572, 644, 655, 656, 708, 716, 718, 753, 754, 807, 827, 842, 863, 869.

-, -, passport for, 102.

France: —

(1610), Prince of Condé

returning to, 3.

question of repayment by, of English loans, 4, 12.

distinguished Venetian accredited to, 9.

special embassy to, of Lord Wotton, to “swear” treaty between, and England, in which the repayment, as above, is embodied, 11, 23, 34, 36, 41, 52,

the treaty “sworn in Paris,” 58, 67, 91.

party in, disposed to abandon intervention in Cleves, 21,

Dutch anxiety, 23.

special embassy from, to England, 23,

of the Marshal de Laverdin, to “swear” treaty, as above, 58, 153, 159, 164, 172,

the treaty “sworn” by, and by King James, in Royal Chapel, 175;

the Ambassador departs, 181;

the treaty ratified by the Parliament of Paris, 341, 362.

French ships, with slaves, fired on by English berton, off Zante, 26.

forces of, not yet arrived at siege of Juliers, 34,

arrive, 41,

heavy losses among, about to return, 54.

demands by, on Cologne, 34.

Pope complains of alliance between, and England, 35.

misconduct of Vice-Consul of, in Syria, 37,

proposed joint action of, touching port there, 53, 59.

expedition from, against Barbary pirates, 37, 50, 59, 156.

Ambassador from, at Congress of Cologne, acts with English, 84.

the Duke of Savoy will be supported by, 109;

his negotiations for a French match for his son, 111.

Swedish overtures to, 110.

deserts the Protestant Princes of Germany, 112;

Ambassador from, accompanies Protestant members of Conference of Cologne to the Hague, 115.

Huguenots in, threatened by the policy of the House of Austria, 137.

dispute in, between the Queen-Regent and the Parliament of Paris, 138, 142.

threats of assassination of King James lead to arrest in, 138, 142.

arrest in England of French ship with spoils aboard taken from Spanish “Carvel” off Brazil;

arguments for its release, 151, 186.

(1611), marriage negotiations between, and the Duke of Savoy, 161;

King James desires French match for son, 161,

Queen Anne opposes, 175.

French troops in Dutch service to be disbanded, 172;

the Queen-Regent will not maintain, unless the Dutch repay English loans, 218,

payments continued, 254, 357.

the new confederation between the Evangelical Union, England, Denmark and Dutch, would ensure peace, if French aid were refused to Spain, 174.

war threatening in;

English fears for the Huguenots, 175,

King James will not aid them, 216, 218, 231;

Lord Salisbury's apprehensions, 235.

M. de Bisseau sent Ambassador from, to England, 181.

Geneva, under French protection, appeals to Dutch and England, 183,

against Duke of Savoy, English sympathy, 186, 192;

if the Huguenots in, move, the Duke of Savoy will attack Geneva, 218.

sets fashion of dress, always changing, in England;

the Prince of Wales quits French dress for Italian, 186.

cost of Venetian Embassy in, 191.

jealous of the marriage negotiations in England of the Duke of Savoy, 192;

King James balances between daughters of, and of Spain, 199;

the French Ambassador recommends daughter of, for Prince of Wales, and the Count Palatine for the Princess Elizabeth;

dislike in England to a French marriage, 202;

M. de Vitry coming on the affair of the marriages, 204, 217;

the Ambassador of, in England, instructed to open the negotiation, 267;

English negotiations at Madrid intended to check French, 306,

which are far advanced, 321;

French matches with Spain announced, 325, 334;

French support for the suit of the Prince Palatine, 345,

and opposition to the match between Savoy and England, 363, 369.

reply to King James' book appears in, 205,

by Cocheo, 232, 245, 267.

renewed application to, for the repayment of English loans, 215,

consequent negotiations by, with Dutch, 218;

money sent from, to Holland, for the pay of French troops in Dutch service, as sop to the Huguenots, 254;

Dutch offer to England, 276;

payment in cash made by France, on account of debt, 353, 362, 372, 416.

silk trade of, 220;

all Germany supplied with Levant goods from Marseilles, 276.

the Lady Arabella sails for, in French ship, crew and captain French, and with despatches for King of France;

the despatches returned to the Ambassador, opened;

question of privilege, 258, 266.

relations between, and Venice, 272.

question of the pay, &c., of Scottish Guard in, 334, 341, 353, 358, 362, 372, 373, 400.

French troops for the King of Denmark, 336, 347, 372.

cash payment to be made in respect of the appenages in, of Mary, Queen of Scots, 362 and note.

Giustinian's version of the Anglo-French marriage negotiations at Madrid, and of the English rebuff, 370,

Villeroy's equivocations, 377.

English money to be standardized with, 373, 383.

discontent of the Princes of the Blood in, at Villeroy's omnipotence, 378, 417,

at Spanish marriages, 434, 446, 451, 494, 498, 529, 553,

at Villeroy's power, 709.

matrimonial alliance between, and Spain, will be followed by an offensive and defensive alliance;

Protestant Europe will be marshalled against, 390, 430, 437, 491, 547, 662;

terms of the Treaty between, and Spain, 619,

amount of doweries, 624.

(1612). Arret against Jesuits in, 413.

royal marriages between, and Spain, designed only to preserve peace during King's minority, and to favour the Duke of Lerma's plans for enriching himself, 430, 469;

Villeroy's anxiety at their effect, 494.

Ambassador from, sent at request of Spain, to open peace negotiations with Dutch;

and to require repayment of third of loan, 432, 442, 443, 534, 540;

Spanish annoyance at French apathy in matter, 635.

“professedly liberty of conscience” is allowed in, but not in England;

the English Ambassador in, admits all to sermons in his house, 451.

privateering by Frenchman under Tuscan flag, 463, 467.

will support the electors in requiring checks on the Imperial authority, 469.

proposed League of, with Spain, Pope, and Florence, 473,

Venetian anxiety, 474, 475, 494, 502, 524, 538, 547,

Saxony and the Emperor to join, 610.

power of England to annoy, through the Huguenots and the House of Guise, 480.

anti-Spanish policy of, in the Grisons, reversed, 513, 518, 520, 529, 547, 613, 709.

close alliance between, and England, proposed, 539.

payment by, of English loans promised, 539, 563, 578, 625, 709, 768, 793,

the affair settled, 854.

Carey, ex-Ambassador to, from England, 563.

Ambassador of Brandenburg in, 641, 653,

to obtain aid against the Landgrave, 668, 709.

loses leadership of Protestant Europe as result of the Spanish marriages, 662;

the better sort in, are opposed to Spain, 678.

secret correspondence in, of the Prince of Wales, 698, 714, 715.

Spanish offer to, of a defensive alliance, 714.

belief in, that the Prince of Wales was poisoned, 730.

(1613), Crown treasure in, exhausted;

huge pension list;

discontent with the Queen-Regent's Government, 732.

Spanish expectations from his wife's influence with Louis XIII, 749.

policy of, to see the House of Austria weakened by resistance to the Turk, 811.

French slaves in Tunis, 812.

differences between, and Spain;

a pardon granted by King Philip, in honour of the marriages, is not respected;

the brides not sent, 826.

application by Duke of Lennox for the command of the Scottish Guard in, vice Prince Charles, 854.

See also Bouillon;

Huguenots;

Marie, Queen-Regent;

Villeroy.

-, Chancellor of. See Brulart, Nicholas.

-, Constable of. See Montmorenci, Henri de.

-, Grand Ecnyer, Ecurier. See Saint-Lary, Roger de.

-, Princesses of. See Christine;

Elizabeth.

-, Queen-Regent of. See, Marie.

Franceschi, Colonel Giacomo dei, General of Artillery to the Archduke Leopold, bringing succours to Juliers, 30.

Frankfort, Diet at, 491;

Wotton goes to, 559,

the Prince of Modena, 564;

result of Diet at, 568.

Fraschia, port of, letter dated from, 144.

Frederick, Duke of Wirtemberg, K.G., his insignia returned, 236.

- IV, Elector Palatine, “the Count Palatine,” “the Palatine,” arrests the Jesuit Baldwin, 7, 12, 30,

surrenders him to King James, 65, 673;

his death;

by will confides the guardianship of son to the Duke and Duchess of Deuxponts;

consequent dispute, 68, 79, 91;

Venetian embassy to, mentioned, 803.

- V, son of above, favoured candidate for the Princess Elizabeth of England, 41,

his father's approbation, 65,

preference for, of King James, 79;

his father's death;

dispute as to his guardianship, 68, 79,

the Duke of Neuburg's title the best, the Duke of Deuxponts' recognized, 91, 112, 151;

his uncle, Count Maurice assists, 79;

anxiety of the Evangelical Union to promote his marriage with the Princess Elizabeth, 111;

a compromise suggested re his guardianship, 172;

to send Envoy to England touching marriage, 181,

the Duke of Bouillon;

will come himself, 192;

his suit assisted by the French Ambassador in England, and supported by the Scots, 202,

by many at Court, on the score of religion;

the son of the Duke of Neuburg coming to England to back his suit, and own claim to his guardianship, 204,

the Duke of Neuburg himself coming, annoyance of the Duke of Bouillon, 227, 325;

the Duke of Neuburg's claim to guardianship of, 235;

his vote, as Elector, at King James' disposal, 267;

coming to England, 271;

his suit pressed, 277, 280, 325;

decision of the Emperor in favour of the Duke of Deuxponts for his guardianship, 335;

French support for his suit, 345,

the Evangelical Union urges, 364, 372, 387,

supported by Count Maurice and the Duke of Bouillon, 399,

King James has not opened definite negotiations with, 408;

coming over;

the Prince of Wales favours;

the Prince of Wirtemberg negotiates on behalf of, 419;

to visit England, 430;

the Duke of Bouillon coming to England to conclude match for, 441, 472;

Imperial authority devolves on, during Interregnum, 451;

the King and Council favour his suit, 462;

Count Schomberg his Governor, 480;

allied with Brandenburg, 483;

arranges with the Duke of Saxony touching the Imperial Chamber, under their joint protection during the Vicariate, 491;

the Count of Hanau coming to England on behalf of, 491, 503;

his suit agreeable to the King, 503;

friendly to Venice, 503;

his precedence, as Imperial Vicar, 516;

has no relations with the Court of Spain;

Spanish Ambassador's civilities to his representatives, 524;

question of the dower of the Princess Elizabeth, &c., discussed with King James by his Ambassadors, and the Duke of Bouillon, 529;

is to come to England for the winter, 539, 548, 553,

to be lodged in Somerset House, 563 and note,

is certainly coming, 578;

goes to the Hague, met by Count Maurice, 591;

sends Count Schomberg to England, 604 and note, with presents to the Princess, 609;

coming himself, 612, 629, 630 note;

French dislike to the match, 662;

preparations for;

his arrival delayed by the death of the Count of Hanau, 663,

by notification, unacknowledged by the Emperor, of his intention to leave Germany;

his reception ready, 667,

he embarks at Flushing, 671;

Spanish design to obstruct his marriage, 671;

he arrives at Dover, to stay at Gravesend, expense of his reception, 672;

pleases the King;

his reception, 678, 680;

Spanish attempt on his life whilst passing down the Rhine, 684;

the death of the Prince of Wales upsets his plans, 692, 693;

date of the marriage fixed, 698,

for May, 710,

endeavours to advance the date, 720, 732;

the Garter to be conferred on, 720;

conferred, 732, 767;

joins King at Theobalds, 721;

present at the funeral of the Prince of Wales, 727;

his manners rude and habits disgusting, 730;

ceremony of his betrothal, 734;

distributes presents, 740;

a rival for, 745;

question whether he shall attend the Imperial Diet, 758, 767, 802, 843;

his life threatened, 764;

his marriage accelerated at his request, 765;

Spanish design to upset the match, 766;

his plans after marriage, 767;

his marriage, the ceremonies, &c., 775;

prepares to return home, 782;

sends M. de Plessen to France, 788,

to notify his marriage, 793, 811;

arranges for the Turk to be informed of the neutrality of the Protestant Princes of Germany, 795,

dislikes war with the Turk;

farewell visits by, to embassies, 803, 832,

about to start, 812,

his progress through Kent, 817,

Foscarini takes leave of, 821;

gift to, from the City, 832;

authorized by King James to settle the terms on which England and the Dutch shall join the Evangelical Union, 833,

opens negotiations, 838,

concludes them, 848, 855;

Dutch escort for, 833;

arrives in Holland, 838, 843,

reaches his own States, his wife following, 855;

returns thanks to Venice for congratulations, 861.

-, Ulric, Prince of Brunswick, supposed suitor for the Princess Elizabeth of England, leaves England to attend sister's wedding, 3.

Freer, Sir George, M.D., assaulted at Spanish Embassy, p. xvi, 408.

Fresnes, M. de. See Canaye.

Friesland, threatened by the Archdukes from Rheinberg, 34.

-, East, Count of. See Enno III. Frigates, 119.

Friis, Fryss de Borrebii, Christian, Grand Chancellor of Denmark, sent Ambassador to Spain to return embassy from Philip III, 843, 848.

Fuentes, Count of. See Azevedo, Don Pedro.

-, Fort, occasion of its building by Spain, 513.

Fulgenzio, Fulgentio, Fra. See Manfredi;

Micanzi.

Fumanelli, “Cumanelli,” Paolo Emilio, Carleton takes up case of, 792, 810, 858, 861, 862, 867.

Fürstemberg, Furstenberg, Count sent by Emperor with Imperial Councillors to Aix-la-Chapelle, 732, 741, 765.