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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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Padavin, Giovanni Battista, Ventian secretary in the Grisons, 132, 148, 180, 189, 350, 438.

-, -, -, ill behaviour to Spalato, 402, 403.

news from, 149;

sends troops to Venice, 159.

-, -, -, despatches of, 202, 274.

-, -, -, letters and instructions to, 134, 151, 299, 336, 359, 362, 374, 389, 406, 410, 423, 427, 446, 455, 525, 526.

Paderborn [Westphalia], bishopric of, 163.

Padoano, Antonio, 285.

-, -, coachman at the Venetian embassy, London, witness at the Foscarini trial, 594;

evidence of, 601.

Padua. 235, 375, 003.

Dingwall at, 230;

prince of Saxony received at, 319:

Winwood student at 400;

Oxford buys horses at, 522:

-, Rectors of, 230, 319.

University:

granting of honorary degrees, at, 175, 437, 438;

pope objects to, 200, 310, 324, 424, 474:

replies to pope, 305, 318, 319.

-, prince of Anspach at, 503.

-, Reformers of, 42.

Pago, island of, Dalmatia, 260.

Paigh, Pay, Walloon mercenary, 462.

Palatinate of the Rhine, 8, 11, 163, 331, 338.

-, agent of, in England. See Walgrave.

-, ambassador of, See Schomberg. Meinhart von.

-, Count of, See Frederick V, the elector palatine.

-, Countess of, See Elizabeth, princess palatine.

-, Court of, 493.

-, proposed Venetian embassy to, 563.

Palatine, count, privilege of conferring degrees at Padua abolished, 175, 293, 305, 318, 324. 424, 437.

Palatine of Neuburg. See Neuburg.

Palatine of Poland. See Poland.

Paleologo, Captain Theodoro, 353.

Palermo, Sicily, 512, 515.

Palmanova, Palma [Prov. Udine, Italy], governor of, 278.

Pantaloons, nickname for Venetians, 594.

Paolo, Father. See Sarpi, Fra Paolo.

Paris, France, 9, 17, 29, 36, 43, 51, 72, 97, 107109, 111, 126, 145, 182, 256, 265, 273, 283, 291, 297, 303, 314, 334, 373, 379, 385, 396, 429, 447, 460, 475, 590.

-, princes propose to go to, 19, 23;

king expected at, 32, 53;

princes out off from. 33:

return of Louis to, 81, 84, 88, 94, 110, 191;

Bonnivet taken to, 87:

pro posed negotiations for peace at, 451, 452;

a Stuart executed at 459;

great confusion at, 480.

Bastille, 463.

Louvre. 459n, 494, 507.

despatches dated from, 108, 201, 203, 230, 248, 272, 279, 319, 329, 338, 346, 378, 384, 405, 406, 435, 445, 457, 463, 482, 487, 492, 491, 507, 514, 525, 528, 537, 558, 561.

parliament of:

understanding with princes, 18;

declares princes traitors, 480;

restrains preaching, 525.

Parliament:

proposed to summon, 34, 48:

opposition to, 37;

king's only resource, 38, 45;

certain to meet, 53, 57;

orders for issued by Privy Council, 89.

little said about, 117;

James will not gammon, 165;

only means of obtaining money, 192, 347.

reasons why James will not summon, 315;

people begin to speak of, 572.

Spanish marriage negotiations a. lever to get money from, 572, 586.

-, of France. See France.

-, of Scotland, 545.

summoned, 497, 503;

may be countermanded, 516;

convoked, but will do little. 532;

proceedings at, 549, 550.

Parma, duke of. See Farnese, Ranuccio.

Parvis, Henry, merchant, 576.

-, -, contracts to supply lead to Venice, 183,

proctor of Sir William Smith, 351, 352, 465, 466, 480, 481, 487, 497, 498.

Pasini, Giovanni Battista, 438, 475, 558.

-, -, recommends Stodder, 340, 353;

negotiates with Stodder, 382, 383, 482, 506, 529, 543.

Pasquale, 101.

pasquinades at Rome, 587.

Pastrana, duke of. See Gomez de Silva.

Paul IV, pope, 290.

-, V, pope, 73, 82, 249, 269, 270, 273, 359, 360, 514.

-, -, wants peace, 59:

urges peace, 164:

grievance against Savoy, 171;

book against, 186.

alleged dispensation for Anglo-Spanish marriage, 245.

sorrow at quarrel of Venice with archduke, 248,

unset by Englishman destroying his portrait, 294.

objects to conferment of degrees at Padua by a doctor, 305, 318, 324, 424, 425, 437, 438, 474.

proposes to mediate between Spain and Savov, 319:

French try to please, 338;

efforts for peace 348.

complains of Wotton, 368, 374, 383

Savoy writes to, about heretics in Italy, 407.

speaks of prohibited books, 438;

share in peace negotiations, 402, 482;

will never accept treaty of Asti, 463.

Spaniards complain to, about Spalato, 464;

Osuna writes to, 546.

exhorts Osuna to peace, 487;

conspires against England, 573;

alleged party to league against Venice, 590.

pasquinade against, disturbs, 587;

Foscarini islanders, 596.

Pavia, Italy, 307, 359.

Pay. See Paigh.

Pedena, Istria, 222, 232

Pembroke, earl of. see Herbert, William.

pen. See archenda.

Pera, Vigne di, Constantinople:

despatches from, 113, 125, 133, 222, 280, 289, 299301, 312, 313, 325, 352, 368, 383, 395, 407, 425, 426, 439, 444, 449, 450, 462, 476, 490, 491, 499, 505, 507, 512, 524, 535, 561.

'Pericles,' ambassadors attend performance of, 600.

Peroe, Lorenzo, 604.

Perone, Perona, Carlo, letter of, 109, 125.

Perron, 35, 36.

Persia, 286n.

-, plan to bring silk from, to England by sea, 430, 498, 499.

Penundini, Perondini, Renaldo, 440, 597.

Pesaro, Italy, 534.

Pescara [Prov. Chieti, Italy], 581.

Pessicott, Sebastian, 508.

Pestalozzi, Giovanni Battista, 409.

Petazzo, Benvennto, 68, 73.

Peter, English servant of Foscarini, 594, 604.

Pethen, Colonel, 160.

Petraci, Jesuit Father 464.

Philip II, king of Spain, 159, 285.

Philip III, king of Spain, the Catholic king:

(1615): 73, 87.

will rule France, 4;

to send troops to France, 9;

privy to purchase of Bouillon, 17;

does not ratify treaty of Asti, 21;

orders carrying out of peace, 31.

understanding with Emperor and archduke, 37;

(represented by Guise, 47;

asked to help against pirates, 50;

unwilling to send Infanta to France, 62.

empire desired for son of, 89;

has conies of Cornwallis's papers, 95.

(1616): 104, 105, 120, 137, 162, 167, 213, 225, 234, 303, 313, 363365, 368.

desires peace, 136, 154;

angry with Venice, 141.

rumoured league with, princes of Germany, 174.

wishes treaty of Asti executed, 178, 184;

offers large dowry with daughter, 192.

tries to reassure Savoy, 202;

enemy of France, 203;

had no share in treaty of Asti, 205.

demands oath of fealty in Flanders, 206.

offers to England, for a marriage, 208.

influence in England, 226.

urged to make war, 261.

object of, in French marriages, 270.

James's care for susceptibilities of, 272.

James amuses with marriage negotiations, 277.

wishes to subdue Savoy, 331.

French try to please, 338.

Savoy advised to make terms with, 357.

share of, in treasure fleet, 358.

reputed influence of James with, 361, 389, 397, 399.

does not desire war, 368, 372.

desires restitution of Cleves and Juliers, 377.

(1617): 464, 467, 514, 516, 521, 554, 559, 567, 577.

wealth of, 401.

favours France against England, 408.

enjoys resources of Genoa, 415.

receives Roots, 418.

Savoy advised to make peace with, 420.

contradictory reports of instructions to Sarmiento, 424;

enemy of Turks, 429.

objects to Raleigh's voyage. 426, 483.

tells of James's great influence with him, 442;

stops Toledo to please James, 446.

Venice approaches, for peace, 450, 458, 459, 469:

arranges with Gritti, 468;

desires peace, 482.

has no control over ministers in Italy, 486;

might invade England, 489.

resigns claims on Bohemia and Hungary to Ferdinand, 493.

expected to make peace in Italy, 502;

Ossuna writes to. 519;

will abide by treaty of Asti. 528.

Ossuna writes to, 538:

acts as enemy of Venice, 542;

an unsatisfactory arbitrator, 543.

James advised not to declare against, 552;

James decides to make representations to, 553.

dismisses Dutch envoy, 561.

will benefit by marriage of Infanta to son of Ferdinand, 573.

reported party to league against Venice, 590.

Foscarini slanders, 596.

Physician, the king's. See Mayerne.

Picardy, France, 44, 102.

-, Bonnivet in, 317.

-, governorship of, 127.

-, regiments of, 32.

Piedmont, 36, 87, 123, 155, 184, 192, 196, 208, 242, 243, 253, 302, 317, 332, 349, 359, 363, 367.

-, Spaniards invade, 301, 316, 330, 353;

Bernese to protect. 511;

peace in, 577;

duke fears losing, 591.

-, prince of. See Vittorio, prince of Savoy.

-, troops of, 486.

Pierre, Jacques, reports plot against Venice, 590.

Pietro, French servant of Fort, 285, 294, 296, 298.

-, French servant of Muscorno 504.

Pimentello, Don Alonso, 354.

Pin, Antonio, 201.

Pindar, Paul, English ambassador at Constantinople, 368, 384, 475, 507.

-, -, -, complains of Turkish pirates, 170, 171;

disputes precedence with France, 280;

census of household demanded, 289.

tries to obtain remission of carazo, 299, 301, 310312:

protests against carazo, 406, 407:

concerts action with other ambassadors, 425, 426;

obtains order for removal of carazo, 490.

tries to release Garraway, 325;

representations for Garraway, 504, 512.

secures protection for Jewish dragomans, 342.

made responsible for English piracies, 352.

joins in present to Vizier. 476;

attends opening of new mosque. 524.

remarks on Persian silk trade, 498, 499;

merchants wish to recall. 503.

Ragusan envoys call on, 534;

discussions with Nani, 560.

-, -, -, secretary of, Kent to England, 429.

Pingnente, Istria, 73, 82.

Pirates, 379.

-, -, attacks on, 30.

-, capture of, 125, 126.

-, Barbary, 81, 82, 133.

-, increase of. 113;

Dutch complaints of, 226.

-, from Naples. 91.

-, English, Pindar held responsible by Turks for damage by, 352;

ready to fight Spain, 364;

in Downs, 437:

restrained by fear of Venetian galleys, 486;

plot of, to harass Venice in Adriatic, 557.

-, in Strait of Gibraltar, 344.

-, -, attacked by Dutch, 18.

-, Turkish, damage inflicted by, 170, 171, 352.

-, in Archipelago, 301.

-, French and Spanish, near Scotland, 254.

-, of Algiers, lie in wait for Spanish treasure fleet. 358.

-, suppression of, proposed measures for, 49, 53;

English council discuss, 496, 503;

matter falls through, 510;

Spanish plans against, 485.

-, Seville fleet escapes, 313.

-, pass Gibraltar unmolested. 505.

-, Cottington complains at Madrid about, 523.

-, protection of Spanish treasure fleet against, 551.

pittag. See Beitag.

Plague, feared in England, 443.

-, at Wesel, 20.

-, at Zante, 525, 580, 588.

Plez, 287.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 328, 334.

-, Lord Roos detained at, 342, 351:

Spanish caravel at, 460.

Po, River, Italy, 90, 144, 211.

Poitiers [Vienne, France], 108, 117.

-, king and queen leave, 39;

news from, 44;

Court at, 109.

-, despatches from, 103, 110.

Poitou, France, 59.

-, treason in, 17, 44;

princes marching on, 66;

king going to. 91.

Poix [Somme, France], 107.

Poland, dispute with Swedes, 12.

-, ambassador of, in Turkey, 280.

-, king of. See Sigismund III.

-, palatine of, 18.

Poles, 128.

Pomerania, Germany, ships of, 562.

Ponte, Alvise da, 2.

Pontebba Pontieba [Prov. Udine, Italy], 279, 286, 287.

Pontoise [Seine, France], 39.

pope, 405, 516.

-, See Paul IV;

Paul V

Popeechio. Istria, 68.

Porpetto [Prov. Goritz, Austria], 89.

Porto Hercole, 562.

Porto Sancta Croce, 520.

Portugal, 98, 408.

-, arrest of ships in, 9;

suggested attack on, 536.

Portuguese, fight with English in East Indies, 573.

Posts, master of the, Antwerp. See Zolanz.

-, -, in London. See Quester, Matthew.

Prague, Bohemia, 73, 256.

-, negotiation at, 167, 188, 207, 280, 305.

-, despatches from, 175, 377, 435, 456, 463, 486, 500, 501, 514, 543, 550, 558, 561, 568, 588.

-, letters and instructions sent from Venice to, 551, 559.

Prainer. See Preiner.

Praslin. lord of. See Choiseul, Charles of.

Predestinants, have use of English church at Hague, 418.

Preiner, Prainer, Siegfried Christopher, 561, 568.

Premunition to all Most Mighty Monarchs, etc., 475n.

Preston, Richard, lord Dingwall, 209, 271, 274, 284, 365, 366, 394, 432, 601.

-, -, -, offers to serve Venice, 1, 182, 190, 193, 260;

leaves for Venice, 197.

at Paris, 203;

James favours, 210;

at Turin, 222;

at Padua, 230.

presented to doge, 240;

James writes to recommend, 241, 561.

Venetian negotiations with, 251, 252, 259;

present to, 260;

shown jewels and armoury, 266.

services declined, 269;

relations with Barbarigo and Foscarini, 275;

courtesy to, 278.

at the Hague, 295;

returns to England, 309;

seriously ill, 318;

Lionello visits, 343.

disappointment of, 343, 314;

object of offer to Venice, 364;

Lionello thanks, 411.

thinks of using royal ships against Spain, 364, 390.

Prevosto, Dr. Giovanni, 42.

Princes of the Union, Princes of the Assembly. See Union.

Priuli, General, 326.

-, Procurator, 29.

Privy Council. See Council.

Procida, island, way of Naples, 15.

Protestant princes of Germany, to be subdued, 207.

Provence, France, 114.

Psalms in Italian, pope object, to, 474.

Puisieux, M. de. See Brulart, Peter.

Puola, Istria, 119.

Puritans, reasons to induce to favour Spanish marriage, 276.

Puteanus, Dr., Corona regia of, 485, 494, 512, 573.

Putney, co. Surrey, 594.