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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Haaga, Cornelius. See Haga.
Haddington, Viscount. See Ramsay
Haga, Haaga, Cornelius, Dutch Ambassador in Turkey, p. xxxv, letter from, 568,
its text, 569;
his offer of armed aid to Turk;
nature of capitulations obtained by, 631,
Sultan's letter announcing their grant, 685;
to return, 710,
to continue in Turkey for four years, 721;
acts with other Ambassadors re the Capsalick tax, 724, 735, 762;
extent of his promises to Turk of armed assistance, 795, 801.
- See also Netherlands.
Hague, the, Protestant members of the Conference of Cologne reassemble at, 115;
the Duke of Neuburg may visit, 172;
Foscarini's correspondence with 250, 271;
General Assembly of the States at, 281, 283,
Correr pays his respects to, 292,
business of, 295, 302, 310;
news from, 342, 438, 443, 446, 452, 498, 524, 641, 721, 740;
general meeting of the States at, 353;
Vorstius goes to, 443;
the Count of Schomberg at, 480;
Winwood leaves, 491;
Count Maurice returns to, 498;
Ambassador of Brandenburg at, 585;
disputes from the Hanso Towns at, 604;
deputation to of Dutch East India Company 635;
naval escort for the Princess and the Elector Palatine on their way to, 764, 832,
the Elector at, 838.
-, letter dated at, 535.
Hainault, Prince of See Anhalt.
Halil Pasha, Capudan Pasha, Admiral in Chief, receives offer of assist ance from Tunisian pirate, 157;
negotiates with Count Maurice, 201;
assists English Ambas sador, 240;
less favourable to the Dutch, 273;
takes English gunner, 307;
supports Stefan Bogdan, 457;
opposes Dutch Ambassador, 484;
Dutch Embassy sent upon his invitation, 492, 493,
he supports it, 509;
Dutch reply to, 524, 534,
removed from the post of Capudan Pasha, 569.
Hall, Diet of, arbiters appointed by, re Cleves, 11;
King James sub scribes capitulations of, 12, 503.
-, Confederates of. See Union, Evangelical.
Halmstad, attacked by Danes, 353.
Hamburg, trade between, and England, suspended, 3, 11, 24, 41;
conciliatory attitude of, 54,
trade with, resumed, 132;
proposal, by Danes, for transference from, of English imports, to Krempe, 132;
ship from, taken by pirates, 338;
news via, 372;
Deputy from, in England, 372.
Hammond, John, physician, 691 and note.
Hampton Court, the Queen at, 53,
the King's favourite residence, 68,
the King at, 164,
he entertains Marshal Lavardin there, 172;
the Venetian Ambassadors at, 236;
the Court goes to, 280;
the Queen at, 283, 284, 296, 309;
the Court going to, 335, 342,
at, 348, 352, 355;
Ambassador received at, for secrecy, 516, 578, 584;
the King at, 667;
the Queen at, 855.
Hanau, Count of. See Philip Lewis.
Hansa League, Hanseatic Towns, suspension of trade between, and England, English goods in cities of, sequestrated by Imperial Edict, in retaliation for English intervention in Cleves;
action against, by England;
embassy dispatched, 3, 11, 12, 24, 32, 41, 54,
proposed settlement of the dispute, 106;
the trouble proves profitable to English trade, 132;
unfriendly to the King of Denmark, 563, 567,
desire alliance with the Dutch, 604,
the treaty concluded, 629;
fourteen towns of, belong to the Evangelical Union, 692;
Imperial veto on Dutch alliance, 758, 765,
disregarded, 838, 848,
the treaty sworn, 855;
Swedish alliance with some of the Hanseatic towns, 765.
- See also Hamburg;
Hapsburg, House of, 483. See Austria, House of.
Harington, Harrington, John, knight, Lord Harrington of Exton, accompanies the Princess Elizabeth on voyage to Germany, 817;
his profits from coining farthings, 817.
Harlay, Achille de, Seigneur de Sancy, appointed Ambassador from France to Turkey, 273,
arrives at post, 333;
his attack on Pindar, p. xxxiii, 444,
quarrels with him over the Consulage of Forestiers, 457;
opposes Dutch, 458, 509, 566, 631;
orders Venetian Ambassador to be saluted on his arrival, 471,
notifies him of Turkish design on Crete, 505;
acts with the bailo touching examination of his correspondence, 670;
his support of the Jesuits, 679;
usually unable to meet English Ambassador in public, owing to precedence claimed by;
acts with other Ambassadors touching claim by Turks to impose the capsalick, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv, 724, 735, 762;
conceals Spaniard from the Sultan's Serraglio and enables him to escape, 757;
his methods for expediting despatches, 758.
Harvey, William, pirate, offered pardon, 663 note.
Haureau, Martin, 752, 820.
Hay, —, Jesuit, dies at Prague, 27.
-, William, Lord Hay of Yester, gentleman of the King's bedchamber, “a prime favourite,” sent to thank Correr for Lord Cranborne's reception in Venice, 125,
Correr's thanks, 171;
King's gift to, 186 and note;
to be sent Ambassador to Savoy, 415,
is excused, 419, p. ix;
visits Foscarini, 483,
receives him, on Progress, 612;
French negotiate through, with King, 758;
attends on Foscarini, 783, 821.
Heidelberg, English Jesuit arrested at, 7, 12 note, 18;
Diet of the Evangelical Union to be held at, 400, 416,
meets at, 451, 452, 469, 503;
the Prince of Anhalt goes to, 491,
and the Margrave of Anspach, 491, 498;
English Ambassador at, 720;
communication between, and England, interrupted by storm, 734;
the Palatine returning to, 793,
invites Foscarini to visit, 803;
the Duke of Lennox returning from, 854.
Helsingborg, Ellenborg Castle, Helsberg, Helsborg, attacked by Danes, 259, 372, 563, 567,
to be retained by Danes as security for Swedish indemnity, 789, 848.
Henry IV, King of France, English loans to, 4, 41;
his policy to be pursued, 5;
effects of his murder re Jesuits, 7, 27;
his defensive alliance with England, 35;
English mission of condolence on death of, 58;
his “Garter” to be returned, 58, 236;
the University of Paris condemns the teaching which led to his murder, 63;
Baldwin examined touching murder of, 81;
Isaac Casaubon, Librarian of, welcomed to England, 92;
Father Cotton's relations with, 143,
the Duke of Savoy's, 154, 200;
Count Maurice declined the Garter, to avoid jealousy of, 217, 540;
the Prince de Joinville's position, as affected by death of 235;
his policy towards the Huguenots to be continued, 277;
lived to regret peace between Spain and the Dutch, 292;
privileges granted by, to the Huguenots to be confirmed, 360;
his marriage negotiations with Savoy, pp. xxvii, xxviii, 408, 415, 465;
repayment demanded of his loans to the Dutch, 442, 443, 534;
had the Coadjutor of the Elector of Cologne in his pay, 443;
his policy in the Grisons reversed, 513, 563;
deserves the title of “Great,” 563;
parallel between, and Prince Henry of Wales, 690;
attack on, burnt, 715;
treasure left by, exhausted, 732.
- VII, of England, his title of Richmond, 817.
- VIII, of England, Lady Arabella's descent from sister of, 258.
Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales: —
(1610), his presents to his cousin the Prince of Brunswick, 3.
bribed, to secure patent, 3.
suggested match between, and Mary Elizabeth of Sweden, 24;
the Ambassador of Sweden dines with, 30.
takes his seat in Council;
handles State business efficiently;
essays the management of Parliament, 30.
letters to, from Tuscany, 34.
served at “lower half of table,” 53.
returns from “progress” to Richmond, 53.
proxy for father, at baptism of child of the Earl of Argyll, 68.
man-of-war built for, attends launch, will cross to Denmark in her, 68 and note.
presents the Prince of Anhalt with horses and dogs, 115.
arranging a Masque for Christmas;
the King declines leave for it on horseback, 115, 125, 153,
he presents it, 159.
his revenue from the Principality;
composition of his Household;
difficulties with the King, 115 and note;
the Chancellor to, appointed, 132 and note;
his Household, 159 and note.
applies to Parliament to be relieved of his minority, 125, 153.
letter to, from Doge and Senate, of compliment and in praise of Sir Henry Wotton, 141.
(1611), the Duke of Savoy opens negotiations for match between, and his daughter, instead of a French Princess, p. viii, 161,
to which King James will be little inclined, 192;
the King declines to entertain the proposal, 199,
but assents to a marriage between the Duke's son, the Prince of Piedmont, and the Princess Elizabeth, on condition of an Infanta for the Prince of Wales, with liberty of conscience in both cases, 202, 238;
Sir John Digby's Embassy to Spain concerned with the matter, 269;
no forwardness on the Spanish side, 277, 280,
Digby reports, 283;
the Duke of Savoy would welcome his marriage to his daughter the Princess Maria, but prefers a French match for his son, the Prince of Piedmont, 294;
negotiations in Spain for the “first Infanta,” 296, 306,
apparently successful, 315,
but the French negotiations are too far advanced, 321,
the French match announced, 325;
he is offered not the eldest, but one of the other Infantas, of tender age;
resentment in England, 334, 341, 352, 355, 371;
young enough for the second Infanta, 341;
the Spanish Ambassador's defence of his own conduct in the matter, 355, 357, 358, 361;
Giustinian's account of the rebuff, 370;
Digby's protest, 388,
his own account of the affair, 390;
fresh Spanish proposals, 398, 419, 427, 501;
the Spanish Ambassador persists in his own version, 529,
but is thrown over by Zuñiga, 590. See pp. vii, viii.
present at dinner to the Marshal de Laverdin;
invites him to play pall-mall, 175.
his mother desires his marriage to the second sister of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 175, 181,
negotiations opened, pp. ix, x, xi, 296,
he refuses to entertain the proposal, 442,
his reasons, 447,
his mother disapproves, 462,
a Tuscan Secretary arrives to negotiate the match, 472, 473, 476, 483;
history of the negotiations for such a match before his father's accession, 483;
the Tuscan Agent received by the King, 492,
who is attracted by the dower offered;
opposition of the Queen, 499,
the Privy Council, 548,
the Pope, 549, 556, 565,
and the English Bishops, 553;
the marriage, detested in England, 585, 595;
dispensation for it refused by the Pope, 616, 645;
King James rejects the offer, 646.
discards French style of dress for Italian, 186.
returns to London, to keep Easter, 192;
to join King at Theobalds, 200,
returns to London, 202.
French proposals for his marriage to the King's sister, backed by Scots, disliked in England, 202, 267, 341, 352, 377.
goes to house at Richmond;
dislikes King's incessant hunting;
shows temper to King, who offers to strike him, 217, p. xi.
Ambassador Foscarini's address to;
receives the Ambassador, who presents letters, 234.
at Garter Installation, 236.
to accompany King on Progress, 280,
stays at home to lessen burden of, 296,
joins him on anniversary of the Gowrie Plot, 302,
entertains Foscarini afterwards, 309.
description of his entertainment of Foscarini, 301.
his presents to the Prince Landgrave, 302, 563.
has present of Woodstock from the King, 324 and note.
attends reception of Flemish Ambassador, 355.
constantly with Lord Salisbury;
desires to be made Lord High Admiral;
his love of horses, 355.
“Supreme Protector” of the “Company of Discoverers of the North-West Passage,” pp. xxvi, xxvii, 356 note, 404 and note, 492, 534, 594.
pension formerly paid to, from France, assigned to his brother, 358.
joins father at Royston, 361.
to take his seat in the Privy Council, 364.
tilts at ring with father, 371.
proposes in Council that eight ships be fitted out, 373, 404.
present at reception of the Count of Ruffia, 374.
Pindar's Secretary formerly servant of, 383.
writes to Digby, in gentle terms, expressing regret at being denied the hand of the Infanta, 398.
Foscarini to visit, 400.
adds to his Household, 404.
courts King's favourites, and influences their discourse to the King, 404.
(1612), decides against a Savoyard match;
his estimate of the Duke of Savoy;
his pleasure in praise, 409.
Count Ruffia takes leave of, 415.
favours the suit of the Palatine for his sister, 419.
recommends plan of general pardon to English buccaneers, 428.
the Princess Christine of France proposed for, 441, 442, 450, 464, 465, 501, 516, 529, 539, 552, 602, 609, 615, 686.
receives the Danish Ambassador, 446.
gives out that he would rather marry a subject, than a Princess of Tuscany;
any dower received from abroad would be wasted by his father, 447, 503, 537.
visits Lord Salisbury daily, 462.
his chamberlain advocates Tuscan match for, 483 and note.
entertains Foscarini at joust, 483.
represented at Nassau baptism, 491.
Privy Councillor accused to King of “selling,” to Tuscany, 499.
the sisters of the Elector Palatine suggested for, 529.
Wotton converses with the Princess Maria of Savoy, the lady selected for, 537, 563;
he inclines to match, 578;
Wotton recommends it, 609, 613.
receives the Prince of Modena, 554,
takes leave of him, 564.
consulted by King;
to go on Progress, 563, 578, 594, 612.
the Landgrave's daughter proposed for, 563.
present of bronzes for, from Tuscany, 563;
Tuscan bribery to secure match with, 570.
second Infanta to be proposed for, 570, 575, 615.
Count Maurice's regard for, 587.
shows leaning to a Lady of the Court, which inclines his parents to marry him;
a Tuscan match preferred for, lest he may lose the respect due to his father, if married to Princess of France or Spain, p. xi, 616.
receives Foscarini, while on Progress, 628.
inclines to match with Savoy, 646, 657,
final decision postponed at his request 686.
English Baron sent by, to see the Princesses proposed for, 650.
allied in blood, by his mother, to all the German Princes;
the only bride possible for, in Germany, a Princess of Brandenburg, 657.
present to, from the Palatine, 667.
invites the Inns of Court to entertain the Palatine, 684.
his illness and death, p. xii, 686, 690,
autopsy on, 691 and note,
account of illness, 692;
his papers burned, 692 and note, 698;
grief of the Huguenots, 696;
date of funeral;
his interrupted plans, &c., 698.
news of his death received in Venice, 700, 701, 703, 704,
Venetian condolences, 705, 706, 707, 708.
news of his death received in Savoy;
the Duke doubts if the death was natural, 702;
his opposition to the Savoyard match;
the Agent who negotiated it, dismissed with honours, 710.
his death announced in Florence;
Spanish party pleased, 712.
doubts in Savoy as to the nature of his death, p. xii, 713.
Tuscan negotiations for marriage with, a Spanish device to upset French match, 714.
his alleged relations with Protestant Europe, p. xi, 714, 715, 730, 794.
French Court goes into mourning for, 714.
Carleton's discourse on, with allusion to the autopsy, 723;
English repudiation of idea of poison, 725, 726,
believed in France, his father being accessory, 730,
none too fond of him, 733;
Foscarini reports evidence of his father's grief for, 732.
his farewell described, 727.
ship named after, which he built, 817.
his jewels given by King James “to the Prince,” his brother, 832.
-, Chamberlain to. See Chaloner, Sir Thomas.
- Chancellor to. See Phelips, Sir Edward.
Henry Julius, Duke of Brunswick, presents to, from England, 3;
arranges conference at Holstein of Danish and Swedish Commissioners, a fiasco, 175;
will enter Evangelical Union, 361;
gentleman from, in England, 372, 373,
about City of Brunswick, 387.
Herbert, Philip, Earl of Montgomery, K.G., King's gift to, 186 and note;
carries Prince's standard at funeral of Prince of Wales, 727.x
-, William, Earl of Pembroke, sent to receive French Ambassador, 172;
serves the cup at State banquet, 415;
to take over part of Lord Salisbury's duties, 524.
Hertford, Earl of. See Seymour, Edward.
Herrings. See Trade.
Hesse, Landgrave of. See Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse Cassel.
-, -, his son. See Otto.
Hides. See Trade.
High Commission, Court of, 443 note.
Hinojosa, Marquis de la. See Mendoca, Don Juan de.
Holagou, Khan, 63 note.
Holdenby, co. N'hamp., King at, 34.
Holland, province of, proposals by, re East Indies to the United Provinces, 833.
- Sec Netherlands, United.
-, Admiral of. See Dorp, Philip van der.
Holland cloth. See Trade.
Holstein, conference at, of Danish and Swedish Commissioners, 175.
-, Duke of. See John.
Holtby, —, Jesuit, 614 note.
Home, George, Earl of Dunbar, K.G., Commissioner General, Lord Treasurer, and Controller of Scotland, his death, fortune acquired by, since King's accession, King's grief, 175 and note;
the succession to his places and fortune, 202, 204 and note.
Horneck, John de, alias Abraham Vlaming, Jesuit, 630 note.
Horses, present of, by King James, to the Prince of Brunswick, 3,
to the Ambassador of Brandenburg, 54,
to the Margrave of Brandenburg, 91,
to the Prince of Anhalt, p. xxviii. 115;
interest of the Prince of Wales in. 301,
sent to him from the Dukes of Lorraine and Radziwill, 355;
the Duke of Savoy presents a pard to King James, 374;
receives “light ambling geldings” in return, p. ix, 500, 506 note, 537;
presented to the Prince Landgrave, 563.
Hospital, Louis Gallacio de l', Marquis de Vitry, invited from France to hunt with King James;
possibly charged with mission, 204,
viz., to spy into Huguenot connexions in England, 216,
joins King at Royston;
Spanish suspicions, 217;
hunts with King, in deer-parks, ibid;
reports to Queen-Regent, 231;
returns home, 250,
and reports, 252;
again coming to England, for sport, to arrange really for troops to be sent in aid of Denmark, 336,
raising troops, 347,
has mission to appease King, 370;
his death at Royston;
burns his papers, &c., 387 and note;
the Queen-Regent anxious to replace, at King James' side, 441.
Howard, Charles, lord Effingham, Earl of Nottingham, Lord High Admiral, tax on sweet-wines enjoyed by, to cease on his death, 24;
claims “wreck of sea” in the case of the “Red Camel,” pp. xxiv, xxv, 111, 153;
at Garter Installation, 236;
decrepit, unable to check Admiralty abuses, 355;
reviews royal ships, 796;
accompanies the Palatine on homeward voyage, 832.
-, Henry, Earl of Northampton, K.G., Lord Privy Seal, the son of the Earl of Suffolk destined to be his heir, 88 and note;
instigates Lord Salisbury to surrender the profits of the Court of Wards to the King, 204;
letter for, from Savoy, 267;
interviews Spanish Ambassador, 398, 410;
entrusted with some of Lord Salisbury's duties, 524, 553;
accused of sheltering Jesuits, 630 note;
Zuñiga applies to, re case opened in the Custom-house, 663;
“Lord Treasurer in petto,” transacts almost all business;
his nephew, the Earl of Arundel, in Italy, 671;
at funeral of the Prince of Wales, 727;
Governor of Dover;
informs Foscarini of arrest there, of Spanish Agent with letters for Ireland, 764,
of French negotiations for match with the Duke of York, 765;
mentioned, 767 note, 783, 871.
-, Henry, third son of the Earl of Suffolk, accompanies Lord Cranborne to Italy, 53 and note, 88 and note, 90, 103, 113, 122, 125, 171.
-, Theophilus, Lord Walden, waiting on Ambassador Correr, with father, the Earl of Suffolk, 132 and note;
receives the Count of Hanau, 498.
-, Thomas, Earl of Arundel, claims wreck of sea in case of the “Red Camel,” pp. xxiv, xxv, 111, 115, 153, 171, 186;
elected to Garter, 217, 227,
to winter in Italy;
his great position at home, 671,
Venetian attentions to, 694, 695;
carries sword at marriage of the Palatine, 775,
accompanies him on voyage home, 817, 832;
requests King's leave to revisit Padua, 817.
-, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk, Lord High Chamberlain, his son in Italy, 53 and note;
mentioned, 79, 88 and note, 90,
thanks Correr for civilities to son in Venice, 125,
and calls on him, 132;
his son engaged to a daughter of the Earl of Dunbar, 175,
attempt to break his match, 202;
arranges reception of Foscarini, 226;
attends on Foscarini, 461;
his “Palace” being prepared for the Duke of Bouillon, 498;
visits Foscarini 548;
mentioned, 561, 671;
conveys King's orders to Glover, 767;
one of his staff gives secret information to Foscarini, 833;
his four sons perform Masque before Queen, 836 note;
procures audience for Foscarini, 843.
-, Thomas, son of the Earl of Suffolk, conducts Foscarini to audience, 234.
-, William, Lord, his son accompanies Sir Henry Wotton, 506 note.
Hudson's Bay, p. xxvii.
Huguenots, attack on, developing, 137;
killing, a great merit, 138;
trouble impending for, in France, 175;
King James assures the Queen-Regent that he will not assist;
mission of M. de Vitry to spy out their relations with England, 216, 217, 231, 252:
about to move;
the Duke of Savoy hopes to profit, 218, 231;
Jesuits attack, 232, 267;
Lord Salisbury's apprehensions touching, 235;
their Assembly meets, anxiety of Government as to their relations with England;
money sent for pay of French regiment in Dutch service to humour, 254, 258;
their demands formulated, 267, 270, 272, 277;
English representations on behalf of, 275;
the Queen-Regent refuses assent to claims by, 283,
in part, 300, 309, 310,
assembly of, breaks up, 320, 334,
upon Queen's orders, 341, 342, 352, 353,
she receives Deputies and confirms privileges of, 360;
Spanish offer of army to attack, 309;
quiet, though disgusted, 362;
claim right to hold yearly assembly and to be admitted to offices of State;
supported by King James, 378, 404, 414;
watch the Duke of Bouillon's embassy to England, 450,
with hopefulness, 479;
King James' hold on France through, 480;
begin to move, 498;
suspicious of Spanish marriages, 517, 619,
of the Duke of Bouillon, 552;
accept King James' award, 591;
disturbance among, at Rochelle, 668;
lament death of the Prince of Wales, 696;
understanding between, in Rochelle, and Prince Maurice, modifies the policy of the Queen-Regent, 709;
relations with, of the Prince of Wales, 714, 715, 730, 794;
opposition of, to the Queen-Regent, 728,
she breaks up their Diet, discontent of the Duke of Rohan, 732,
she desires marriage alliance with England to better control, 758.
Hume, George. See Home.
demand in, for liberty of conscience, 498;
claim to, of Philip III, 822.
-, King of. See Matthias.
Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey, George Henry.
Hyde Park, 671 note.
Idiaquez, Don Juan, interview with, 427.
Incopen, Danes march on, 567.
India Company, assists search for North-West passage, 356, 383;
negotiates with Sherley, 400. See East India Company.
Indian Sea, English reprisals on Spanish in, 111;
the English become familiar with the voyage of, 271;
Dutch trade in, 383.
Indies, new route to, company forming in England to trade by, 446;
ships arrive from, at Amsterdam, 604.
Indies, East. See East Indies.
-, West. See West Indies.
Infanta, Dowager, The. See Gonzaga, Margaret.
Inns of Court, entertain the Palatine, 684.
Innsbruck, plague in, 292;
the Archduke Ferdinand of, 293,
his poverty, 678,
his heir reputed bastard, 822.
(1610), base for pirates. 3.
(1611), cargo from, at Venice, 198. the Plantation of Ulster, and Order of Baronets, 227.
one of the Queen's Chamberlains named Viceroy of, to push on colonisation, 271;
instructed to negotiate with pirates, 271.
the Dutch offer to attack pirates in harbours of, 276, 342,
but finding cost excessive suggest it would be better to punish those who support them in, 357.
pirates fortified in, with Viceroy's consent, 310, 316, 321, 335, 342.
(1612), Corporation of London and the Plantation of, 668.
Viceroy of, on way to England, 362,
arrives, 400 and note.
a general pardon to pirates, upon the petition of ten of them “'now in Ireland,” 428.
renewed Spanish activity in, feared, p. xvii, 614, 728, 732, 734, 740, 758, 764, 786, 859.
(1613), first Parliament for forty years summoned in;
proposal to swamp the Upper House with new creations, 758, 765;
difficulties as to the election of the Lower House, 848;
Parliament sitting, 859;
deputation from, to King James, 870.
-, Viceroy of. See Chichester, Sir Arthur.
Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain, wife of, the Archduke Albert, 361;
her brother's ambition for, 404,
her husband's, 439.
Istria, English vessels compelled to take pilots at, for Venice, 481;
Uscocks troublesome in, 617.
- See Rovigno.
Ivory, great vases of, 509.