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Pages 627-629

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 14, 1615-1617. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1908.

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East Indies, 174, 252.

-, Dutch ships from, wrecked, 21.

-, English ships for, 39, 131;

English trade with, 208.

ships for, 443;

weather-bound, 431.

trade with, impoverishes England, 443.

Echemberg. See Eggenberg.

Edinburgh, Scotland, 489, 535, 545, 547, 552, 556, 568, 585.

-, parliament at, 549, 550.

-, travelling expenses of Lionello at, 569.

-, despatches dated from, 548, 550, 555, 557.

-, letter from, 566.

Edmondes, Sir Thomas, English ambassador in France, 21, 67, 81, 196, 213, 230. 248. 291, 297, 405, 407.

-, -, has money for Mayenne, 2;

letter to, taken. 11;

undecided about attending king's progress, 14;

instructions to, 16.

statement about Foscarini, 29;

sends to Princes, 33;

pays 50,000 crowns to Fresia, 36.

hastens after king, 46;

urges queen to settle with princes, 51, 53.

offers intervention, 54, 55, 63;

opposes use of English ships, 55;

opposes Spanish help, 59.

news from, 65, 120;

negotiations for peace, 71, 88, 102, 110.

goes to Bordeaux, 72, 91;

gives up negotiations, 92;

suspected at Court, 104.

instructions to, 111, 155, 191;

appreciated by queen, 117, 119, 138.

successful in peace negotiations, 118, 201;

goes to arrange terms with Huguenots, 173, 175, 183, 184, 186.

condemns French action in Grisons, 187;

urges execution of treaty of Asti, 244;

supports Venetian cause, 247.

says Spaniards will disarm it James firm, 267;

speaks of French marriage, 279.

speaks to queen about Savoy, 322, 346;

remonstrates with Guise, 329, 337.

asked to favour Venetian policy in Grisons, 338;

gives information to Venetians, 383,

returns home, 383, 384, 388, 395;

tries to dissuade James from Scotch journey, 402.

tries to influence James in favour of princes, 411;

thinks James must give up Scotch journey, 412.

consultations with Scarnafes, 420422, 427429.

not wanted back in France, 429;

queen's suspicions of, 445.

sent back to France, 452, 457, 459, 570;

opposed to Spanish marriage, 484, 485;

expected at Paris, 487.

reason for delay in starting, 488, 489, 496, 502.

desires French marriage for Charles, 503;

excluded from Spanish marriage negotiations, 509;

quarrel with Digby, 509, 510.

arrives in Paris as ambassador extraordinary, 514;

first audience, 525.

approves of Dutch helping Savoy, 558;

speaks of league to help Savoy, 561.

Egerton, Thomas, baron Ellesmere, lord chancellor of England:

refuses to seal Somerset's pardon, 58;

promotion of, 245;

consulted about helping Savoy, 332, 333;

member of Council in king's absence, 412;

death, 480.

Eggenberg, Echemberg, Hans Ulrich, ambassador of Ferdinand in Germany, sent to break off negotiations, 132, 134, 160.

Elbrun, bishopric of, ? Minden, 205.

Electoral Council, decides question of precedence, 265.

Elizabeth, queen of England, 413.

-, Princess Palatine, Countess Palatine, 239, 271.

-, -, returns to Heidelberg, 8;

marriage of, 65, 339;

attendants for, 123;

dispute with husband about precedence, 265.

religious difficulties of, 269;

Morton goes to serve, 467;

Finet sent to, 479;

Contarini's credentials to, 582;

Foscarini's conduct in taking leave of, 594, 604;

Foscarini has special livery for marriage of, 598.

-, princess of France, marriage of, 47, 53.

Ellosmere, lord. See Egerton, Thomas.

Elliot, Allyau, Robert, collecting troops at Naples, 435;

engaged in plot against Venice, 590.

Ely, co. Cambridge, bishop of. See Andrews, Launcelot.

Emanuel Filiberto, duke of Savoy, 355.

Embrun. See Heilbroun.

Emmerich [Rhenish Prussia], Dutch mean to keep, 20;

Maurice going to, 268;

Dutch asked to evacuate, 375.

Emperor, Csar, 543.

-, claims of upon Venice, 34.

-, See Charles V. Matthias.

Empire, electors of the, 73.

England, 113, 330.

-, adventurers of, in pay of Spain plot against Venice, 557, 558, 570.

Bouillon seeks help from, 457.

church of, peculiarity of, 477.

Court of, a costly place, 470.

customs of, 7, 597, 605.

Dutch officers recalled from, 174.

enemy of France, 203.

freight charges in, 149.

guarantees Savoy by treaty of Asti, 394.

gunpowder of, 149.

loyalty of, 555.

men of, condemned to galleys, pardoned at Venice, 466.

merchants of, in Turkey, alarmed by pirates, 133.

-, goods sequestered in Spain, 202.

Palatine expected in, 588.

place for soldiers for Dutch war, 468.

proposed to head league against Spain, 390, 561, 568.

pirates of, 15, 201.

-, restrained by report of Venetian fleet, 486.

queen of. See Anne of Denmark;

Elizabeth.

rebellion in, prospects of, 315.

restrictions on leaving, 95.

Savoy desires to embroil, 91;

Savoy hopes for help from, 151, 165.

ships of, at Bordeaux, 55.

-, expenses of taking to Venice, 351.

-, arrested at Naples, 417.

-, detained by contrary winds, 430.

-, cost more than Dutch, but better for Mediterranean, 432.

-, armed by Ossuna, 508, 512, 515.

-, detained at Venice, 563.

-, to take provisions to Zante, 579, 580.

-, news brought by, 581.

soldiers of, serving in Netherlands, 137, 197.

-, cost of, 141, 172.

-, means of obtaining for Venice, 157, 295;

offers of for Venice, 182, 193, 252, 320, 455, 408, 411, 467, 473;

serving Venice, 461, 464, 495.

-, can be obtained for Savoy, 397;

offered by James to Savoy, 442;

in Italy, 407.

-, claim superiority over Dutch, 431, 432.

-, levy of, for France, 438.

trade of, with Constantinople, damaged by carazo, 342;

French and Venetians' wish to destroy, 499.

travellers from, at Venice, 144.

theologians from, to help Dutch, 506.

unpopularity of surrender of Cautionary towns in, 213.

wasted near Scotch border, 550.

ambassadors and agents of:

- at Constantinople. See Kentish, Martin;

Pindar, Paul.

- in France. See Edmondes, Thomas;

Hay, Lord.

- in Flanders. See Bennet. John;

Trumbull, William.

- in Holland. See Carleton, Dudley.

- to the Great Mogul. See Roe, Sir Thomas.

- in Savoy. See Wake, Isaac.

- in Spain. See Cecil, William, lord Roos;

Cornwallis, Sir Charles;

Cottington, Francis;

Digby, Sir John.

- at Venice. See Carleton, Dudley;

Wotton, Henry.

ambassadors and agents to:

-, of Berne. See Arlac, M.d'.

-, of Brandenburg. See Sticke, Christopher.

-, of Flanders. See Boischot, Ferdinand;

Van Male.

-, of France. See Cauchon. Charles, baron du Tour;

Dauvet, Gaspar, lord of Desmaretz;

Spifame, Samuel, lord of Bisseaux.

-, of Florence. See Lotti, Ottavian, Quaratesi, Francesco.

-, of Holland. See Caron, Noel.

-, of the Palatine. See Walgrave;

Schomberg, Meinhart von.

-, of Savoy. See Biondi, Giovanni Francesco;

Gabaleoni;

Scarnafes, Antonio, Count of.

-, of Spain. See Sarmiento, Diego;

Taxis, Juan de, count of Villa. Mediana;

Velasco, Juan Ferdinando de.

-, of Venice. See Barbarigo, Gregorio;

Contarini, Piero;

Correr, Marc Antonio;

Donato, Antonio;

Foscarini, Antonio;

Giustinian, Zorzi;

Lionello, Giovanni, Battista.

English, characteristics of, 137;

Scotch do not wish to see their country, 373;

feeling of, towards Scots, 550;

James wishes to fuse with Scotch and Irish, 555.

Enno III, count of East Friesland raises regiment for archduke, 122.

Epernay [Marne, France], 43.

Epernon, duke of. See Nogaret, John Louis de.

Erbach, Erbat, George Albert count of, 577, 582.

Erlac, F., 472.

Errol, earl of. See Hay, Francis.

Erskine, Thomas, viscount Fenton, 147, 602.

-, -, accompanies king to Scotland, 476.

Essex, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.

Este, marquis of, 244.

-, Prince Luigi of, at Venice, 374;

asked as witness by Foscarini, 461.

Estre, Francis Hannibal d, marquis of Coeuvres, marquis of Coure, declared a traitor, 445, 480.

Etaples [Pas de Calais, France], 11, 16, 46.

Examination of Venetian liberty. See Squitinio della Libert Veneta.

Exchange, rate of, 481, 498.

Exeter, earl of. See Cecil, Thomas;

Cecil, William.