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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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Nani, Almoro, Venetian ambassador (bailo) at Constantinople, 397, 577.

-, -, despatches of, 113, 125, 133, 170, 222, 280, 289, 299, 301, 310, 312, 325, 352, 368, 383, 395, 406, 426, 438, 443, 449, 450, 462, 475, 476, 490, 498, 504, 507, 511, 523, 534, 560.

-, -, -, letters and instructions to, 341, 342, 346, 426, 455, 582.

-, , procurator, 563.

Nantes [Loire Infrieure, France], edict of, 112.

Naples, 82, 285n, 364, 533, 537, 582.

-, troops of, 28, 29, 250.

-, regulations upon shipwrecks at, 41;

pirates from, 91.

-, fleet forming at, 430, 488;

Spaniards levy troops at, 470.

-, fleet of, for Adriatic, 533, 539, 541, 543, 544, 551, 552, 559, 579;

fleet withdrawn, 581.

-, ships of, 492, 497, 501, 505, 506, 517, 520, 526.

-, English captain at, 520:

English ships detained at, 533.

-, plot against Venice at, 590.

-, despatches from, 15, 41, 142, 144, 274, 330, 384, 426, 435, 464, 475, 487, 508, 512, 513, 515, 561, 581.

-, Venetian instructions sent to their agent at, 69, 72, 83, 90, 134, 151, 152, 158, 164, 165, 188, 222, 232, 242, 251, 261, 266, 274, 280, 287, 289, 299, 301, 305, 306, 319, 324, 326, 336, 359, 367, 374, 389, 404, 406, 410, 423, 427, 436, 446, 455, 456, 460, 474, 486, 493, 497, 501, 506, 513, 520, 525, 526, 534, 539, 543, 544, 551, 559, 579.

-, Viceroy of. See Giron, Pedro Tellez, duke of Osuna.

-, Venetian resident at. See Spinelli, Gasparo.

Nassau, Count Henry of:

-, -, inspects troops on frontier, 3;

returns to Hague, 12;

takes the field, 62;

goes to help Brunswick, 69, 75, 80;

occupies Ravensberg, 88;

returns to Hague, 100:

marriage of, 148, 163.

-, Count John of:

-, -, forces raised by, 9.

-, Count John Ernest of, 94, 344, 353, 370, 404, 408, 432, 433, 494, 495, 505, 508, 574.

-, -, stopped by Dutch, 18;

sent to Brunswick, 69;

engaged by Venice, 336, 461;

recommends English captains, 343;

loses at play with earl of Oxford, 588.

-, Maurice of, Prince Maurice, Count Maurice, 73, 75, 128, 136, 161, 340, 341, 521.

-, -, desires peace between Sweden and Muscovy, 3;

Barbarigo visits, 20, 25;

enlists men for Brunswick, 57;

takes places in Cleves, 119.

authority of, 161;

friendly to Venice, 183;

preference of Dutch to serve under, 172.

holds James responsible for loss of Wesel, 206;

takes possession of Flushing, 226;

going to Emmerich and Rees, 268.

recommends Stodder, 340, 347, 353;

observations on political situation, 347.

wants to see archbishop of Spalato, 360;

sees Sticke, 382.

represses mutineers at Texel, 448;

writes to John Ernest, 505;

fears disturbances, 506.

welcomes idea of league with Venice, 536.

James writes to, 552;

Contarini's credentials to, 582.

-, William of, prince of Orange:

-, -, -, Swiss mercenaries engaged by, 268.

-, Count William of, 446, 465, 470, 487.

-, -, engaged by Venice, 461.

Nasuf, Grand Vizier of Turkey, 311.

Navagier, Bernardo, 286.

Navarre, regiment of, 32.

Navy, the royal:

-, -, put in readiness, 95;

three ships of, made ready to meet pirates, 254;

fitting out of, 362;

wages paid to men of, 362, 389, 390, 410.

-, -, See also Ships, English war.

Negri, Francesco de, 198.

Neil, Richard, bishop of Lincoln:

-, -, -, accompanies king to Scotland, 476.

Nemours, duke of. See Savoy, Henry de.

Netherlands, the States, United Provinces, Dutch, Flanders, Low Countries, Holland, 73, 369.

(1615), fear for Juliers, 3;

may join league, 4;

supply arms to France, 9;

support Brunswick, 9, 13, 94;

hopes to arbitrate, 10.

opposed to James's proposals, 12;

reply to Wotton, 17;

keep fortresses, 20.

attack pirates, 18;

shipping losses of, 21.

unwilling to offend France, 20, 21.

write to Grand Vizier, 22;

Carleton to go to, 23;

representations of, to James, 24, 25, 81.

supply Savoy with arms, 26;

action of, praised by Brandenburg, 37.

send deputies to Lubeck, 39, 49;

desired to give Berne security for Savoy, 40;

raise troops, 49, 57.

understanding with Hanse, 69;

ready for Spinola, 71;

send Count Henry to Ravensberg, 75, 80, 88.

suspicious of Maximilian's journey, 89.

(1616): 146, 175, 219, 225, 227, 232, 267.

increase forces, 100;

allied with Hanse towns, 109, 122, 202, 235, 270.

resolution of, 131;

Lionello sent to, 135;

revolt against Spain, 140.

encourage alliance with Hesse, 148;

rope and powder of, 149;

to be consulted upon Spanish marriage, 155.

said to have bought claims on Cleves, 149.

method of paying mercenaries, 157.

meeting of deputies of, 161;

military preparations, 163, 172, 176;

resolve on war, 174.

friendly to Venice, 166:

proposal to join league against Spain, 169.

propose to redeem Cautionary towns, 170, 192;

terms settled, 197;

money ready, 213.

losses by Turkish pirates, 171;

proposed union with Venice, 171, 172.

will not break the truce unaided, 177.

proposed league with Savoy, 180;

proposed general league, 211, 302.

keep duchies guarded, 181;

cost of transport by ships of, 182:

dislike tutelage of England, 183.

league of, against house of Austria, 185, 280, 281.

ready to help Savoy, 186;

Venice requires gunpowder from, 193.

asked by James to restore Juliers, 205, 208, 235

insist upon treaty of Xanten, 206, 220, 221.

remonstrate with Turks, 226;

take the field, 249.

suggested league against Spain, 258, 269.

war threatened if do not restore Juliers, 261;

fears for Juliers, 268.

disinclined to pay Swiss engaged by Prince of Orange, 268, 269.

ambassador of, meet princes of the Union, 278, 280.

hostility of Denmark to, 284;

Savoy desires ships from, 292.

dispute with England upon dyed cloth, 334;

commissioners to be sent, 358.

4,000 troops of, engaged by Venice, 336;

Venetians ask to help Savoy, 337.

Spanish policy in Italy will react upon, 339.

trade of, at Constantinople, damaged by carazo, 342.

ships of, taking troops to Venice, 344;

suspicious of mission of Lord Roos to Spain, 347;

do not desire war, 355.

urged by James not to abandon Savoy, 357;

Savoy desires closer union with, 360, 361;

friendly to Savoy, 366.

would help Venice against Spain with privateers, 365;

friendly to Venice, 370.

Savoy contemplates embassy to, 372.

urged by James to evacuate duchies, 376378.

would help Grisons against Spain, 378;

ready to help Savoy. 387, 389, 393.

cannot agree to James's proposals, 394;

reply of, to Carleton, 396.

(1617): ready to join league against Spain, 397.

perplexed by policy of James, 398;

James wishes to join league against Spain, 399.

ready to follow James in helping Savoy, 401;

employ Gates, 409.

asked to make diversion for Savoy. 412.

dispute with England about dyed cloth settled 412.

proposed share in raid on Genoa, 414.

ships of, detained by Ossuna, 417.

question of sending ambassadors to England not decided, 418.

ready to help Savoy, 429;

Savoy waiting to hear from, 442.

proposal to pawn James's jewels to merchants of, 430.

troops of, English claim superiority to, 432.

delay reply to Carleton, 434.

James fears results of religious disputes in, 453.

troops of, for Venice, 454, 461, 462, 467, 470, 474, 485, 518, 525;

arrive, 492, 494, 496, 501:

sent to Friuli, 497;

Spaniards object to, 520, 546;

in action, 559.

Bouillon seeks help from, 457.

fear Denmark's designs upon Danzig, 462.

send letter to Palatine, 467.

inventions imparted to, 473, 474.

ships of, pass Gibraltar, 482.

suspicious of Venetian negotiations at Madrid, 493.

limitations of help to French crown, 494.

help expected by England against pirates, 496.

good relations with Venice, 498.

James exhorts to compose religious dissensions, 500;

proposal to invite foreign theologians to discuss, 506.

Princes of Union await decision of, 501, 514.

Venice informs of peace negotiations, 521;

decide to help Savoy, 528.

inclined to league with Venice, but difficulties in government, 536;

suggested league with England, Savoy and Union, 561, 563, 576.

will join declaration for Savoy, 540;

urged to help Savoy, 552, 554;

thanked by Savoy, 558.

sailors of, plot with, to harass Venice in Adriatic, 557, 570.

envoy to Spain dismissed, 561.

contribute 50,000 florins monthly to Savoy, 562, 564, 572.

remonstrate about Wotton being in Spanish pay, 575.

credentials of Contarini to, 582.

ambassadors and agents of:

in England. See Caron, Noel.

in France. See Boetzelaer, Gideon, lord of Langerach.

in Turkey. See Haagen, Cornelius van.

to the Princes of the Union. See Bergeroti.

ambassadors and agents to :

of Brandenburg. See Sticke, Christopher.

of England. See Carleton, Sir Dudley.

of France. See Maurier, Aubery du;

None, M. de la.

of Venice. See Lionello, Giovanni Battista:

Surian, Christofforo.

Neuburg, Englishman serving, 550.

-, duke of. See Wolfgang, William.

-, palatine of. See Augustus;

Wolfgang William.

Neuchtel, Switzerland:

proposal for Venice to acquire, 5, 11, 16, 23.

Neufville, Charles de, lord of Alincourt, M. d'Alincourt, 292, 297.

-, Nicholas de, lord of Villeroi, 247.

-, -, -, advocates peace, 59;

asks Nevers to return to Court, 127;

Bouillon remonstrates with, about Grisons, 187;

writes to Desmaretz 267:

says French can help Savoy, 277,

encourages Desmaretz, 283:

visited by Venetian ambassadors, 338;

Foscarini slanders, 593.

Neuss [Rhenish Prussia]:

attempt of van den Berg upon, 226, 235.

Nevers [Nievre, France], 126.

-, duke of. See Gonzaga, Charles.

Newark, co. Nottingham :

Foscarini at, 601, 605.

Newcastle on Tyne:

James at, 503, 509.

Newfoundland, 344.

Newmarket, co. Cambridge, 92, 117, 146, 147, 152, 163, 190, 198, 277, 378, 379, 385, 388.

-, James at, 43, 48, 75, 78, 79, 85, 97, 129, 137, 145, 154, 156, 180, 197, 207, 358, 371, 374.

Nice [Alpes Maritimes, France] :

suggested port for English cloth. 334, 394;

munitions from England reach, 482:

expected Spanish attack on, 581, 589.

Nieuport [Prov. West Flanders, Belgium], 199, 341.

Nimes [Gard, France]:

Huguenot (assembly transferred to, 41, 70;

assembly at, 103, 112, 129.

Niort [Deux Sevres, France], 110, 116.

Nodari, Nodaro, Angelo, 107, 235, 236, 246, 347, 258, 262, 273, 278, 295, 294.

-, -, to serve Prince of Wales, 298;

rewarded, 298, 318;

to serve Donate, 351;

witness at Foscarini trial, 597;

evidence of, 603.

Nogaret, John Louis de, duke of Epernon, 107.

-, -, -, Queen mother offended with, 129;

wishes to remove queen mother from control, 138;

poses as protector of Catholics against Huguenots, 175;

harasses Rochelle, 338;

seems anxious to join malcontent princes, 383.

Norfolk, earl of. See Howard, Thomas, earl of Norfolk.

Northumberland, poor and wasted, 550.

Nottingham, earl of. See Howard, Charles.

None, M. Odet de la, French, ambassador extraordinary to the Netherlands:

-, -, -, starts, 435;

at the Hague, 438.

Novara, Italy, 405.

Novi [? Porto Civitanova, near Ancona], 68, 534.

Noyon [Oisi, France], held by the princes, 107.

Nuncio, papal, in France. See Bentivoglio, Guido;

Ubaldini, Roberto.

-, -, in Germany. See Marra, Placido de.

-, -, in Savoy. See Costa, Pietro, Francesco;

Savelli.

-, -, in Spain. Sec Caetani, Antonio.

-, -, at Venice. See Gessi, Berlingerio.

Nrenburg, Germany, 170.

-, news from, 28;

letters from, 269.

-, senate of, 582.

O

Oatlands, co. Surrey, 253, 334

-, queen goes to, 538.

Ogbal, Guliermo, 126.

oil, of Zante, 287, 451.

-, trade with Naples, 417, 581.

Oise, river, France, 43n.

Olden Barneveld, Barneveld, John of, Grand Advocate of the Netherlands, 161, 165, 382.

-, -, -, authority of, 161;

friendly to Venice, 183;

suggests league against Spain, 390;

mistrusts Spanish, negotiations, 391;

thinks French should share in question of Juliers, 418;

Carleton asks to help Savoy, 507;

Surian sounds about a league, 535, 536;

suggests league, 568.

Onderson. See Anderson.

Oneglia [Porto Maurizio, Italy]:

not restored, 26;

restitution demanded, 172:

Genoa responsible for fall of, 415.

O'Neill, Owen Roe, son (rectius nephew) of earl of Tyrone:

-, -, -, commands Irish in Flanders, 137.

Orange, Prince of. See Nassau, William of.

Orbetello, Orbatello [Tuscany, Italy], 562.

Orelli, Felice, and Co., merchants of Zurich, 409.

organs put in Scotch churches, 477.

Orkneys, duke of, Carr to be, 58.

Ortenburg, lieutenant of, 119.

Ospo, Istria, 73.

Ossory and Ormonde, earl of. See Butler, Thomas.

Ossuna, duke of. See Giron, Pedro Tellez, duke of Osuna.

Ostend, 341.

Otnanto [Apulia, Italy], 47.

-, letter from, 461.

-, Venetian consul at. See Basala, Gasparo.

Overbury, Sir Thomas:

murder of, 53, 58, 79n, 118, 220.

Overyssel, Netherlands, deputies of, 568.

Oxford, Bodleian library, Venetian papers in, 285, 286, 296.

-, earl of, 370.

-, - See Vere, Edward and Henry de.