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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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Ma'amura or Mehdia, in Morocco, “in Barbary,” rendezvous of pirates, pp. xviii, xix, xx, 271 note;

Englishmen from, profess Catholicism and settle at Leghorn, 274;

Spanish designs on, 284, 290;

English vessels off, 291,

harbour blocked, 305;

English ships on way from, to Leghorn, taken by Flemish pirates, 308;

harbour of, blocked, pp. xxxvi, xxxvii, xxxviii, 310, 312;

English ship, commissioned to engage English pirates at, 317;

harbour of, ill blocked, 321, 324, 510;

pirates from, invited to Leghorn, 324, 573, 622, 779.

Maase, M. de, Ambassador from the Archduke Albert to the Hague, 281, 283, 302, 310.

Maastricht, Spinola at, 10,

garrison of Juliers retires to, 64.

Madaloni, in diocese of Caserta, in Naples, p. xxxii, 241. 311.

Madama. See Medici, Christine de'.

Madrid, Spaniard from, 757.

-, despatches dated at, 39, 80, 163, 187, 188, 195, 220, 221, 248, 257, 269, 290, 305, 306, 312, 321, 338, 390, 437, 448, 485, 510, 538, 550, 582, 608, 619, 647, 649, 664, 665, 666, 742, 766, 777, 778, 790, 808, 815.

Madruzzo, Madrucci, Colonel Gaudenzio, in command of Germans in Milan destined for service in Germany, 151.

Magdalen, Princess of Bavaria, rejects Matthias, 293.

Magellan current, near the Bermudas, 740.

Maine, Duke of. See Mayenne.

Maino, 146.

Mainz, religious riots at, 283.

-, Catholic League of. See League, Catholic.

-, Elector of. See Kronenberg, Johan Schweikard von.

Majorca, 757.

Majordomo Major. See Wotton, Edward, Lord Wotton.

Malamocco, Venetian Captain at, 38, 40.

Malaspina, Marchese, his mission from Tuscany alluded to, 34.

Malipiero, —, 122.

Malta, Maltese galleys at Strivali, 819.

Malveno. See Melville.

Mandignotti, Mano, Corphiote, 757.

Manfredi, Fulgenzio, Fra Fulgentio, Servite, in hands of Inquisition at Rome;

his supposed relations with King James, 1 and note;

charges against;

abjures, burnt at stake, as 'relapsed,' 6;

Wotton denies re'ations with, 46;

the King's interest in his fate, 53 and note.

Manners, Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland, d. and h. of Sir Philip Sydney, her death, 604 note.

-, Francis, Earl of Rutland, entertains King at Belvoir 612, 628.

Mansfeldt, Count, his embassy from the Duke of Saxony to England alluded to, 64.

Mantua, a Mantuan match proposed to the Duke of Savoy, 391, 399,

“a daughter of Mantua,” 403;

Ambassador from, in England, 501, 516, 517;

Spanish intrigue in, 540;

quarrel between, and Parma, 627, 657.

Venetian aid for, 677;

disputed succession in, 770 and note, the Duke of Savoy attacks, 827;

the Duke of Mantua's revenue from, 836;

the Po agreed to as boundary of, 836;

French action touching attack on, by Savoy, 838, 847, 871,

Venetian, 840, 842, 843, 847, 852,

Spanish, 841, 847, 871.

-, Dukes of. See Gonzaga, Francesco, Ferdinand and Vincent.

Maraveglia, Giovanni, Secretary of Venetian Senate, 459.

Marchesini, Giovanni Francesco, Venetian Resident in Milan, his assistance sought by the Governor of Crema, in case of Sir Dudley Carleton, 86, 87.

-, -, -, despatch from, to Doge and Senate, 87.

Marco, Gioan, Genoese musician of the Duke of Savoy and Queen Anne of England, 551, 640.

Margaret, Queen of Navarre, present at ratification of treaty, 58.

Margate, 838.

Maria, Princess of Savoy, displayed for Wotton to admire, 161;

proposed as bride for the Prince of Wales, 192, 294;

Wotton converses with, 537,

her portrait sent to England, 551, 555,

seen by Wotton, 557;

offered to the Prince, p. ix, 563, 570;

Wotton extols to King James, 609, 613;

Tuscan jealousy of, 618;

English Lord to see, on behalf of the Prince, 650;

possible application for her hand by King Philip, 667;

affectionate letter to, from King James, 761.

“Mariana.” See Ships.

Mariana, Morana, Juan de, Professor of Theology at Jesuit College in Paris, his book condemned, annoyance of Pope, 20 and note, 127.

Marie de' Medici, Queen-Regent of France:—

(1610), bigoted Catholic;

English mistrust of, 4.

will pursue husband's policy, 5,

urged by England to support the Duke of Savoy, 11.

attends Council, convened at Prince of Condé's request, to consider abandonment of expedition to Cleves, 21.

Dutch distrust of, 23.

receives special English mission of congratulation and condolence, with treaty to be sworn, 58.

remonstrance addressed to, by the University of Paris, 62.

sanctions Casaubon's visit to England, 92.

disinclined to Swedish alliance, 110.

collision between, and the Parliament of Paris, over Bellarmin's book, 138, 142.

Father Cotton's letter to, on the occasion of her husband's death, 143.

intervenes with the King of Spain on behalf of the Duke of Savoy, 154.

(1611), discontinues pay of French troops in Dutch service, 172,

continues, 254, 357.

intervenes to prevent the introduction of Melville into France, 172.

receives Sir Henry Wotton, 177.

recommends the suit of the Prince de Joinville for service with Venice, 198, 244.

wishes to postpone marriage contracted between her daughter and the Prince of Piedmont, 200,

releases the Prince, 374, 408.

assents to repayment of debt due to England, 215,

payment to be made, 353.

King James assures, that he will not assist the Huguenots;

she sends M. de Vitry on secret mission to England in matter, 216, 217, 231, 252.

English Ambassador applies to, to prohibit Cocheo's reply to King James' book, 232, 245.

the Duke of Bouillon and du Plessis promise their good offices to, at the Huguenot Assembly, 254,

its demands to be presented to, &c., 267, 272, 277, 283, 295, 300, 309, 310, 320,

she orders it to dissolve, 341, 352, 353.

declines to pledge herself to the arrest of the Lady Arabella, 264.

Venetian confidence in her good will, 272.

English representations to, on behalf of the Huguenots, 275.

Queen Anne's interest in habits and tastes of, and her daughters, 280.

resents M. du Plessis' dedications of his book, 300,

orders its suppression, 336.

forces of Spain put at her disposal against the Huguenots, 309.

a Spanish match for her son necessary for her security, pp. vii, xxvii, xxviii, 334, 390.

stands Godmother to English Ambassador's child, 347.

arranges for the payment, on account, of debt to England, 353, 372, 416,

puts pressure in consequence on the Dutch, 442, 443, 534, 540.

causes treaty with England to be confirmed by Parliament, requests the like in England, 341, 362.

tolerates private war in Brittany, 353.

confirms Huguenot privileges, 360,

further demands addressed to, 378.

negotiates with the Duke of Savoy, 362,

declines to assist his aims in England;

hopes to force him into a Tuscan marriage, 369, 374,

or Mantuan, 391, 399;

he begs, for pension, 403,

and protection, 434;

his complaint of action of French Ambassador in England;

she will end by protecting him, 447, 462, 465.

sends M. de Vitry to England to pacify King James, 370, 387,

gives the King satisfaction on all points, 372.

death of her son, the Duke of Orleans, confirms, in policy of the Spanish marriages;

Villeroy, “who governs everything,” urges her to conclude, and publish, the matches;

discontent of the Princes of the Blood, 378, 382;

notifies the Dutch, 432;

publishes the matches in full Council;

opposition of the Prince of Condé;

sends the Duke of Mayenne to Spain to conclude, 434, 462;

publication of the matches delayed owing to the annoyance of the Princes of the Blood, 446, 451,

arranged, Spanish Ambassadors to ratify, 462,

the Marquess Spinola and Don Rod-riquez de Calderon, 469,

festivities in honour of, 496, 498;

ill effect of publication of the matches, 517.

(1612), Father Cotton and the Nuncio appeal to, for the withdrawal of arrêt against the Jesuits, 413.

at Spanish instance, sends M. de Refuges as Ambassador to Holland, to require repayment of one-third of French loans, to announce matches concluded between the children of France and Spain, and to urge the Dutch to make peace with Spain, inasmuch as, on account of expense and of her relations with Spain, she can no longer maintain the regiments of Châtillon and Béthune in their service, 432, 442, 443, 446;

withdraws instructions, 473,

continues to maintain the regiments, 520, 534, 540, 684,

from fear of the Huguenots, 709,

threatens to disband, 768.

efforts to reconcile, to the Duke of Sully, 439.

sends the Duke of Bouillon to England, with secret mission, 441, 446, 450, 451, 462, 472, 473,

becomes suspicious of him, 479;

reasons for her sending him, 480, 490, 491;

she employs him to reconcile the Princes of the Blood, 494, 498;

her instructions to him, 501, 503, 516, 529,

in detail, 539;

she rewards him, 552, 560.

suppresses the pensions of the Coadjutor of Cologne, 443.

orders M. de Rogi to reside as Lieger at Prague, 449.

prefers the Prince of Wales to the Prince of Piedmont as husband for the Princess Christine, 465, 501.

Edmondes indignant with, touching Scots dismissed from guard, 490, 566, 588, 604, 625.

unable to solve the question of the precedence of Ambassadors, 496.

defied by the Duke of Rohan, 498,

comes to terms with him, 503,

her strained relations with him, 668, 709, 714, 728.

receives Neyen, 501.

her absolute authority in France, 516.

her interview with the Ambassador of Mantua, 517.

the Duke of Bouillon to write to, touching the Grisons, 520, 529, 539,

her explanations, 709.

expected to assist the designs of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, her cousin, 537.

desires to befriend the Prince of Modena;

jealousy of the House of Lorraine, 540, 554.

her desire to be on good terms with everybody blamed by King James, who regrets departure from Henry IV's friendships, 547.

agrees to acceptance by Count Maurice of Garter, 568,

secretly opposes, 662.

invited to join the Evangelical Union, 568,

her promises, 678,

declines, 788.

renews promise to pay debt to England, 578, 625,

for fear of the Huguenots, 709,

negotiates with the Dutch, 768, 793,

the affair settled, 854.

required by the Pope to formally acknowledge his promotion of the Spanish matches, 589.

notified by the Pope of his decision as to dispensation for marriage with the Prince of Wales, 616;

she renews offer of her daughter to the Prince, 686.

negotiation for Franco-Spanish marriage of second children approved by, but broken off, 635.

the Grand Duke of Tuscany appeals to, for aid with Pope, and is refused, 645.

as result of the Spanish marriages, sees France supplanted by England in the leadership of Protestant Europe;

her annoyance, 662.

Brandenburg asks, for assistance against the Landgrave, 668,

her promises, 678,

their motive, 709.

growing opposition to, in France, 709, 728, 732.

negotiations opened for the marriage of her second daughter to the Duke of York, 714, 725, 730, 749, 758, 763, 765, 793, 833.

goes into mourning for the Prince of Wales, 714.

(1613), breaks up Huguenot Diet discontent of the Duke of Rohan;

her treasure exhausted;

attacks on her three advisers, 732.

desires to form a party of her own, 749.

proposes to send M. de Praslin on special embassy to England, 758, 765.

the Elector Palatine writes to, 788,

to announce his marriage, 793.

overtures to, to join the Catholic League, 788, 793.

Duke of Nevers applies to, for leave to fight the Turks in Transylvania, 802.

the Emperor applies to, for aid against the Turk, 811, 821.

pardon granted at her instance, by King Philip, not respected, 826.

receives Savoyard Ambassador, 826, 835, 836.

intervenes to protect Mantua from Savoy, 838, 841, 843, 847, 852,

stops recruiting in Switzerland, 856,

Savoy hopes to use, to procure settlement, 859;

the Governor of Milan writes to, 871.

Dutch desire to consult, before joining Evangelical Union, 848.

Marimont, the Archdukes Albert and Isabella in retirement at, 3, 400, 684.

Marini or Marino, Vincenzo, Neapolitan Minorite Friar, becomes chaplain to Sir Thomas Glover, his misdeeds and punishment, p. xxxii, 240, 241, 242,

his surrender demanded, 311, 322;

writes from galleys to Carleton, has letter to King James;

Carleton applies to Doge, 627, 636.

Markham, —, assists William Seymour's escape from Tower, 255.

Marmora in Barbary. See Ma'amura.

Marseilles, proposed expedition from, against Barbary pirates, p. xix, 37,

the people of, levy duty on shipping to defray, 50, 59,

its failure, 156;

ship bound for, with currants taken by pirate, 108;

silk trade of, 220;

case at, cited, 266;

trade of, thriving;

an import trade, goods being paid for in cash;

all Germany supplied from, with Levant goods, 276,

Dutch competition with, 383;

growing trade of;

Syrian goods at, 722.

Marsilio, Giovanni, King James' praise of, 453.

Martin, Ellis, 73.

Martinengo, Count Francesco, 515, 650.

Mary, Queen of England, 11.

-, Queen of Scots, cash payment for her appenages in France, 362 and note.

- Christierna, daughter of the Archduke Charles of Austria, widow of “the Transylvanian,” Sigismond Bathori II, her remarriage to Philip III of Spain, proposed, 476.

- Elizabeth of Sweden, daughter of Charles IX, suggested match between, and Prince of Wales, 24;

married to her cousin, John, Duke of East Gothland, 192.

Masque, on horseback, the Prince of Wales designs, 115, 125;

the Queen's Masque of Ladies;

excessive expense of last, 125;

designed in honour of Special Embassy from France, 153, 159,

postponed, 164, 175;

in preparation for royal marriage, 734,

performed, 775, 776, 832;

for Queen, 836 note.

Massimi, Innocentio de Maximis, bishop of Bertinoro, Monsignore, Papal Nuncio to Savoy, 840.

“Matthew.” See Ships.

Matthias, King of Hungary, Archduke of Austria, afterwards Emperor:—

(1610), suggested as husband for the Princess Elizabeth of England, 41.

reconciliation between, and his brother, the Emperor, 68,

alarms Protestant Princes of Germany, 91;

is the Emperor's master, supported by Spain, 235;

the quarrel injurious to German Catholics, 292,

the brothers reconciled, 315.

(1611), opposed by his brother Albert in election of King of the Romans, 284;

Spanish support for, 335, 373,

his election secured, 400.

his marriage negotiations;

considered impotent, 293, 417;

an old man with a young wife, 451.

Polish Ambassador from, in Constantinople, complains of English protection of Moldavian pretender, 318.

Count of Sora accredited to, by the Archduke Albert, 353.

proposal that he should resign Crown of Bohemia to his brother the Emperor, 400,

the Crown of Bohemia and Silesia, 404.

(1612), the Archduke Ferdinand the accepted Spanish candidate in succession to, 417.

posthumous revelation of the Emperor Rudolf's designs against, 426, 434.

the Archduke Albert desires to be chosen King of the Romans, if he is chosen Emperor, 439, 451.

his election as Emperor considered secure, 443,

the Archduke Albert his only rival 447, 451, 452, 469, 483, 491, 524.

M. de Rogi accredited to, from France, 449.

promises on behalf of, to the Elector of Saxony, 498.

his dread of the Turk;

the Hungarians demand liberty of conscience from, 498.

elected Emperor, defeating the Archduke Albert, 568,

narrowly, 585.

the Empress rumoured to be with child, 585, 595.

forbids works at Mühlheim, 604, 629, 635, 659,

second ban issued by, 668, 671, 678, 684, 721, 732, 782, 783, 802.

to join League of Pope, Spain, France, Tuscany and Saxony, 610, 788.

English embassy to, 635, 659, 668, 720, 737.

might turn troops, collected against the Turk, to his own ends, 659, 684.

notified by the Palatine of his betrothal;

delays reply, 667.

a pauper, according to King James, 678.

nature of Spinola's mission to, 684.

(1613), intervenes in the affairs of Aix-la-Chapelle, 732, 740, 765, 802.

vetoes alliance between the Hanseatic towns and the Dutch, 758, 765.

effect on his policy of the conclusion of peace between Sweden and Denmark, and between Persia and the Turk, 782, 783.

attitude to, of Protestants, in case of attack on Germany by the Turk, 795, 796, 802, 803;

encouraged by France, 811,

they refuse to assist, 816, 822.

promises to remove the Uscocks from Segna, 801.

applies to France for aid against the Turk, 811, 821.

disposed to consent to the election of King Philip, as King of the Romans, 822,

of his brother Albert, 826.

Maurice, Cardinal of Savoy, meeting between, and Sir Henry Wotton, 515, 523, 537.

-, Count. See Nassau, Maurice, Prince of.

-, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel, his son Otto in England, a candidate for the Princess Elizabeth, 271, 277,

orders him to wait on the Venetian Ambassador, 295;

approaches the Emperor Rudolf, on behalf of the Evangelical Union, 361;

gentleman from, in England, to propose his daughter for the Prince of Wales, 563, 578;

English embassy to;

his dispute with Brandenburg, 668;

to discuss the Cleves succession at Erfurt, 732;

fails at Berlin, to reconcile the claims of Brandenburg and Saxony to Cleves, 833.

Maximilian, Archduke. See Austria.

-, Duke of Bavaria, Elector, receives Correr, 292;

quarrel between, and Salzburg, over salt tax, 293;

his sister's marriage, 293;

exhorted by the Pope to aid the House of Austria, 498;

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

Mayenne, Duc de. See Lorraine, Henri de.

Mayerne Turquet, Théodore de, M.D., attends M. de Vitry, 387 note, on Prince of Wales, 691 and note.

Mazi, —, Secretary of French Embassy in Venice, 52.

Medici, Don Carlo de', prospective Cardinal, 592.

-, Catherine de', second sister of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, preferred by Queen Anne as wife for her son, the Prince of Wales, pp. ix, x, xi, 175, 181,

her portrait prepared for England, 194,

presented, 296;

large dower offered with, the Prince declines to entertain the proposal, 442, 447,

Queen Anne, disapproves, 462;

negotiation pursued, 472, 473, 476, 483, 492, 499, 503, 511, 529, 537, 539, 548, 549, 550, 553, 555, 556, 563, 565, 566, 570, 574, 579, 581, 584, 585, 586, 591, 592, 593, 595, 600, 601, 605, 606, 607, 611, 613, 614, 616, 618, 619, 621, 632, 633, 634, 635, 637, 638, 639, 645, 646, 647, 648, 650, 651, 657, 658, 660, 664, 667, 671, 674, 675, 699, 714.

-, Christine de', Dowager Grand Duchess of Tuscany, “Madama,” pp. xxxvi, xxxvii;

her favourite, 152;

her Confessor's reply to King James, 232, 245, 267;

desired marriage of her daughter to Prince of Wales, to secure title of King for son, 447, 483;

her relationship to Denmark, &c., 499;

consults Don Giovanni de' Medici, 549, 556,

her Confessor at Rome, 565, 574;

Papal Nuncio confers with, 592.

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

(1610), sends letters to England to announce birth of heir, 34.

ship-building for, 56, 97.

makes English Catholics (pirates) welcome, pp. xxxvi, xxxvii, xxxviii, 60, 66, 97.

opposed to privateering, 66,

will sanction, 69;

galleons of, on cruise, take English gunner out of his ship by force;

his escape, 123, 124;

revokes letters of marque, 152,

grants them to Frenchman, 463, 467.

(1611), Turkish preparations to fight his galleons, 157.

proposed match between his second sister, and the Prince of Wales, pp. ix, x, xi, 175, 181, 194, 296, 442, 447.

advised by Dudley, as to the defences of Leghorn, 196.

English pirates, settled at Leghorn, will not share booty with, 274,

danger of his policy, 324,

English protest, 335, 342;

his reply;

effect on English policy, 428, 573.

his galleys return to Leghorn, 291.

offers one of his sisters to the Prince of Piedmont, 296, 369, 374, 391, 399.

supports Don Emmanuell of Portugal, 317.

hostile to the jurisdiction of the Inquisition, 367.

(1612), his suit for the Princess Elizabeth of England alluded to;

his marriage to “the sister of the King of Spain” a triumph for, 442.

an Ambassador from, to be sent to England, p. x, 442, 443,

to negotiate marriage of his sister to the Prince of Wales;

his object, to secure the title of King, 447;

his Ambassador, called “a man” by Queen Anne, 462, 472, 473, 476,

arrives, 483,

received by King James, 492, 499, 503;

allusions to the negotiations, 511, 529, 537,

opposition of Queen Anne, 539,

of the Privy Council, 548;

the religious difficulty and question of dower, 549;

opposition of English Bishops, 553;

Savoyard jealousy, 555,

Papal objection, 556, 565.

subserviant to France and Spain, 469,

proposed League between him and them, and Pope, 473,

the anxiety of Venice, 474, 475, 494, 502, 524, 538, 547,

Saxony and Emperor to join, 610.

history of negotiations, before King James' accession in England, for match between one of his sisters and the Prince of Wales, 483.

sermon preached before, on the duties of Catholic wedded to heretic, 511.

Duke of Savoy will have “to fall back on a Tuscan match,” i.e., one of his sisters, 538.

Embassy from, to the Pope, touching English marriage, 566, 574;

the Pope dissuades, 579, 581,

without success, 586, 592, 600, 601, 605, 606, 611, 614, 618, 619, 621, 622, 632, 633, 637, 638, 639,

refuses the dispensation, 616, 645, 664.

bribes distributed for, in England, 570,

dower raised, 591.

agrees to secret exercise of her religion for sister, 591, 613.

marriage negotiation of, less forward, 595, 657.

jealous of marriage negotiation of Savoy, 618, 621, 622, 660, 675.

invokes the aid of the Queen-Regent and is refused, 645;

English annoyance at his statements to the Pope, 646, 658.

awaits news from England, 648, 651,

Ciorli brings, 667, 675.

Spanish consent refused to English marriage;

he pleads Pope's opposition to break off negotiation, 664.

Lotti's larger offers on his behalf;

King James will send Ambassador to, 671, 674, 699.

overtures by, to Carleton, 675.

receives news of death of the Prince of Wales;

communicates it to the Pope, with profession of his devotion, 712,

informs the Venetian Resident, 719,

condoles with King James, 722.

Villeroy declares that marriage negotiation of, in England, was a Spanish ruse, 714.

interviews Sir Thomas Glover, 719.

still hopes for a marriage in England, 722,

of his third sister to the Duke of York, 729.

(1613), jealous of opening of port of Villafranca to pirates by the Duke of Savoy, 779.

armed intervention by, in Mantua, 827, 843.

-, -, his Secretary. See Lotti, Antonio.

-, Ferdinand de', Grand Duke of Tuscany, his ship-building, 56,

his works at Leghorn, 196;

his desire to be “King,” 447;

negotiates marriage of his daughter with Prince Henry, 483,

provides her with dower, 549.

-, Ferdinand de', son and heir of Grand Duke Cosmo, birth an-announced, 34.

-, Don Giovanni de', complaint to, by Inquisitor at Florence;

he notifies Venetian Resident of Jesuit plot, 367;

consulted by the Dowager Grand Duchess, 549, 556,

at Rome on affair of marriage, p. x, 566, 574, 592, 600, 601, 606, 621, 632, 645, 664;

proposed mission of, to England 699.

-, Don Francesco, brother of the Grand Duke Cosmo, commands force against Savoy in defence of Mantua, 827.

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

-, Mary Magdalen de', wife of Grand Duke Cosmo, daughter of Charles, Archduke of Gratz, “sister of the King of Spain” (sister-in-law), 442;

the King's remarriage to her sister proposed, 476;

her connexion with the House of Denmark, 499.

Mediterranean, Venetian claims in, 9,

to be supported by Dutch alliance, 17;

infested with pirates, 276, 302, 338;

Dutch design to trade in, 383, 492, 534.

Mehdia, in Morocco. See Ma'amura.

Mehmet, a Moor, deposition by, 872 (p. 563).

- Reis, pirate from Tunis, 872.

Mejetti, —, Venetian printer, 143.

Melos, Island of, 872.

Melville, Melvin, Malveno, Andrew, a Scot, prisoner in Tower, Casaubon's interest in, 125 and note;

the King agrees to deliver, to the Duke of Bouillon;

the Queen-Regent intervenes, 172.

Memmo, Marc Antonio, Doge of Venice, receives Carleton, 627;

news of his election received in England, 628,

English congratulations, 654,

notifies the Palatine, 678,

King James' congratulations, 704;

of “hale old age,” 731;

King James' letters to, 769, 810.

Mendoça, Don Francisco de, Marquis de Guadeleste, Admiral of Aragon, to be sent as Plenipotentiary to the Hague, 281, 432.

-, Don Juan de, Marquis de la Hinojosa, Marquis de San Germano, Governor of Milan, application to, by the Duke of Savoy, 650;

his attitude to the Duke's invasion of Montferrat, 836, 840, 843, 847, 856, 871;

his negotiation with the Grisons, 839;

formerly served the Duke in Piedmont, created by him Marquis of San Germano, 841;

writes to the Queen-Regent, 847, 871.

Meoli, Hieronimo, Hieronymus Meulus, Secretary to the English Embassy in Constantinople, 241.

Messina, silk from, 366, 504.

Metternich, Lothaire de, Elector of Treves, induced to attend Diet, 372,

reported illness of, 483,

his vote, 585.

Micanzi, Fra Fulgenzio, Sarpi's biographer, 1 note, 53 note.

Middelburg, claims of, re transit of goods to Antwerp, 181;

the Elector Palatine at, 838, 843, 848.

- See also Zealand.

Middleton, Captain David, buccaneering in Red Sea, 802 and note.

-, Roger. See Myddleton.

Milan, passage through of English Ambassador to Venice, 86, 103,

of Viscount Cranborne, 88,

arrest at, of his “Governor” on his return through, 125;

jewels bought in, by Duke of Savoy, 551, 804;

Wotton returns viâ, 551, 557;

a Milanese charged with the assassination of King James, 786;

meeting at, of Duke of Mantua and Prince of Piedmont, 843.

-, despatch dated from, 87.

-, “Three Kings,” tavern in, 87.

-, Milanese, Spanish troops massed in, 11, 24,

recruiting for, 41,

not to be employed, 53, 64,

to be disbanded, 68,

alarm the Evangelical Union, 91, 112, 132;

troops in to be disbanded, German contingent to cross the Alps, to support of Catholics in Germany, 137,

under Colonel Madrucci, 151,

English anxiety, 153, 172;

troops from, will “slip through,” to Posen, 181;

counter demonstration by Savoy, 200;

muster of troops in, 627;

relations with, of the Grisons, 839.

-, Governor of. See Hinojosa, Marquis de la.

-, -, and Captain General of. See Fuentes, Count of.

Miles' “Customers Alphabet,” p. vii.

Millinus, Millino, Cardinal. See Molino.

Mills, Thomas, report by, 387 note.

Milos, pirates hanged off, 458.

Minorites, order of. See Capello.

Mirafiore, 515, 537, 551.

Mocenigo, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, the Pope complains to, of the printing of “Anti-Cotton” in Venice, 143.

-, despatches from to Doge and Senate, 1, 6, 20, 35, 61, 143, 160, 169.

Mocenigo, Lunardo, receives Carleton for Doge, 810.

Modena, assists Spain against Savoy, 24;

Castelvetro of, 343;

advantage to Venice of friendly relations with, 540, 548, 603, 677,

claim by, to Comacchio, 540.

- Prince of. See D'Este, Luigi.

Modon, pirates harboured in, by Turks, 314, 458.

Moldavia, English intrigue in, 134, 173, 239, 344, 368, 405,

abandoned, 444.

- See also Constantine;

Stephen “Bogdan.”;

Mole, —, travelling tutor to Lord Roos, 12 note.

Mole, M. de, appointed French Ambassador to Turkey, 232.

Molin, Zuan Marco da, report by, 526.

Molina, Mollinari, Antoine de, Agent of the Grisons, 599.

Molino, Millino, Cardinal, “Johannes Garsia Millinus,” Tuscan marriage referred to, 566 and note. 574.

Molins, M. de, Huguenot, 591.

Mollinari. See Molina.

Moluccas, the, taken by the Dutch from the Portuguese, 822.

Moncalvi, in Monferrat, siezed by Duke of Savoy, recovered by Mantua, 827, 843.

Monceaux, 58.

Money, export of coin from England forbidden, p. xxvii, 34;

base coin at Zante, 203;

doctrine that commodities, of fixed quality and price, are money, 276;

reform of currency in England, pp. vi, vii, 372, 373, 387 and note;

proposal that English imports shall be paid for as to 25 per cent. only in money, and as to residue in goods, 383;

profit on coinage of farthings, 817.

Money and Coins: —

Alberts, Flemish, 594.

Crowns, Venetian of seven lire each, 711.

Dollars, German, 31.

Ducats, Venetian, in English money, 150, 543.

Lire de grossi, Lire sterline, in English money, 150.

Reals, Spanish, 31.

Monferrat. See Montferrat.

Monsur alias Zibel, a Turk, deposition by, 872 (p. 563).

Mont Cenis, 522.

Montague, Sir Henry, Recorder of London, 205 note,

complaint to, by Secretary of Venetian Ambassador, 770 note.

Montalto, Cardinal. See Peretti.

Monte, Girolamo or Hieronimo, of Vicenza, friend of Wotton, 514,

grace refused, 558, 577.

Montferrat, proposed dower in, for Savoy, 399;

disputed succession to 770 and note;

the Duke of Savoy seizes towns in, 827, 834, 835, 836, 838, 839, 840, 841, 842, 843, 852, 871.

Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, Philip.

Monti, Gregorio, Secretary to English Ambassador in Venice, his Master desires credence for, 155;

applies on behalf of Castelvetro, 319;

not lodged in Embassy, 323;

returns thanks for Castelvetro's release, 330;

conveys King's congratulations to new Doge, 704;

explains matter of Gaetano to the Chiefs of the Ten, 743, 746, 717, 750, 753, 786.

Moore, —, letter of cited in note to, 258.

Moors, in Constantinople, assist Dutch, 569.

Morano. See Mariana.

Moravia, claim to, of Philip III, 822.

Morea, exports from, 2;

Venetian squadron to cruise off, 31;

ancient dominion of Venice over, 415.

-, Bey of, his son rescues ship wrecked pirates, 121,

whom he protects, 166.

Moresini, Francesco, hangs pirates, 458;

as senior Councillor replies to Carleton, 731, 755, 770, 839.

-, Guido, son of Angelo, 253.

Moretta, Count Emmanuele di, of Savoy, 745.

Morgo, port of, 145.

Moris, Chevalier. See Murray, Sir James.

Moriscoes, expulsion of, from Spain, 20.

Mornay, Philippe de, Seigneur du Plessis Marly, to preside at Huguenot Assembly, offers his good services to Queen-Regent, 254;

his book the “Mysterium iniquitatis,” the Queen-Regent resents dedication of, 300,

prohibited;

on sale, 336, 341;

opposes Queen's orders, 342;

reply to his book, 592.

Morocco, Embassy from, to Dutch, returns well satisfied, 172;

Embassy from, to England, 250, 254, 259, 271, 276, 284, 302, 310, 316.

-, King Sidan of, brings army against Spanish, with good will of Viceroy of Agiers, 254,

to attack El Arisch and Oran, Dutch aid for, 276;

styled “Emperor,” 276;

to defend Ma'amura against Spain, 284,

unsuccessfully, 305;

applies to Turkey for assistance;

his dread of Abdullah, 324,

Muley Abdullah defeats, 604;

defeats rival, 698.

Morosini, Gerolamo, appointed Venetian Consul in Syria, 412.

-, Vido, son of Angelo, 219.

Moscow, captured by Poles, 192.

Motte, Count de la, Envoy from Savoy to Spain, 154, 470.

Mount Libanus, 63 note.

Mozambique, Dutch attack on, 822.

Mufti, the, 33;

supports Dutch Ambassador, 509;

present at interview, 735.

Mühlheim, the “Possessioners” works at, forbidden by Emperor, 604, 629,

English intervention, 635,

the Evangelical Union to aid the “Possessioners” at, 659, 668, 671, 684, 720,

the Dutch, 721,

fresh ban issued touching, 782, 802.

Mules, English, 564.

Muley Abdullah, of Morocco. See Abdullah.

Munich, Correr at, 292,

Catholic League centre, 793.

Murray, Sir David, 692 note, 727 and note.

-, Sir James, “Chevalier Moris,” in attendance on King, 53,

sent to welcome the Ambassador of Brandenburg 54;

Special Envoy from England, to the Margrave of Brandenburg, 91 and note;

acting Master of the Ceremonies, 236;

assists Foscarini by Lord Salisbury's orders, 371.

Musa of Barbary, deposition by, 872.

Muscat. See Wine.

Muscorno, Giulio, appointed Secretary of Venetian Embassy in England, 544, 770 and note,

vote for his expenses, 800.

Muscovite Company, the, application through, to King James, by Russians, 838.

Muscovy. See Russia.

-, Lord of. See Basilewski.

Museli Rais, pirate, 406.

Muslins. See Trade.

Myddleton, Middleton, Captain Roger, negotiates with pirates, p. xx, 310 and note, 428 and note.

Mysterium iniquitatis,” du Plessis', 330, 336 and note, 592.