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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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Cadiz [Prov. Seville, Spain] :

king's debts increased by expedition to, 298.

Charity blown up near, 495
-, ships from Naples reach, 553.

English ships take Spanish troops from, 563
-, ships with money from, in England, 592.

Csar. See emperor
-, Ferdinand II
-, Ferdinand III.

Caimecan, Kaimakam. See Massa
-, Mohammed.

Calais [Pas de Calais, France] :

news from, 380.

Miniken taken off, 2n, 23.

Dunning ordered to fight all barques of, 5, 6
-, Dunning takes two frigates of, 23.

Bouillon crosses from, 9n
-, English possession of 10.

Spanish fleet salutes Happy Entrance off, 70n
-, Spanish fleet turns back from, 386.

Avaux sails from for Hamburg, 210
-, Palatine sails to, 583.

offered to Charles for naval help, 278
-, queen mother's councillors threatened with deportation to, 463.

quantity of munitions assembled at, 501, 577
-, munitions shipped to from Holland, 510.

-, Governor of. See Maill, Urbain de, marquis of Brz.

Calichiopulo, Orlando :

account of currants laded in ships, 453-455.

Calloo, Calou, fort [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium] :

reverse to William of Nassau at, 433.

Calvinists. See Puritans.

Cambout, Marie du, duchess of La Valette :

proposes to join husband in Holland, 475.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge :

University of, prepared for reunion with Rome, 303.

Campbell, John, baron Loudoun :

commissioner to treat with king, 551n
-, appears at Court, king orders out of London, 595.

Campeggi, Lorenzo, bishop of Sinigaglia, papal nuncio in Spain :

proposes armistice, 274.

Canada, New France, 304 :

grant to Kirk prejudicial to fisheries of, 187
-, ship from seized, 471.

Canal, Antonio de, senior councillor :

replies to Fielding, 518, 523, 527
-, reply to nuncio, 522.

Candale, Candales, duke of. See Nogaret, Henry de.

Candia. See Crete.

Canoe. See Conway.

Canterbury, co. Kent :

Bouillon visits, 9n.

-, archbishop of. See Laud, William.

Capella, Capelle, La. See La Capelle.

Capello, Marino, Venetian Proveditore of the Fleet :

captures Barbary galleys at Valona, 444
-, valour commended, 446.

-, Stefano, Proveditore of Zante despatches of, 42, 83.

-, Zuane, Inquisitor in the Levant, 453 :

reports loss through customs frauds, 386
-, process against Hyde, 439, 450.

outrages on English reported to, 451
-, consulted about Symonds, 569.

Capretta, chancellor at Zante :

conspires with Aquila against Hyde, 528, 530.

Capuchins :

convent of, at Somerset House :

visited by king and queen, 120, 121.

-, -, superior of. See Tresson, Jean Marie de.

Cardenas, Cardines, Don Alfonso de, Spanish resident in England, 404 :

Hopton detained because of, 405
-, Oate announces arrival to king, 407.

indisposition prevents Oate leaving, 411
-, Oate presents to king, 413, 416.

hopes to win over Holland, 417
-, accuses French and Dutch of fomenting Scots, 418.

Zonca pays respects, to 420
-, negotiations with Egmont, 436.

obtains leave to export gunpowder, 421, 429
-, sends it over, 424
-, purchase of, 459.

says Dutch demoralised by reverses, prepares to celebrate relief of St. Omer, 433
-, purchase of muskets and guns, 461.

goes to Chevreuse for orders and advices, 464
-, Chevreuse tries to restore to favour, 534.

incurs king's wrath about reported negotiations, 477
-, king refuses to see, 477, 479, 489, 497, 498
-, denies charge against him, 481.

accused of spreading false reports, 489, 502
-, talks of sending ambassador to replace, 511.

to offer help against Scots, 498
-, tries to get English merchantmen to take Spanish troops to Flanders, 525.

quarrel with put aside, 534
-, king listens to fresh proposals about Palatine, 541.

negotiations make no progress, 543
-, quarrel with ended through Hopton, 577.

secret negotiations with Windebank, 545
-, long conference with, 557.

frequent conferences of Chevreuse with, 546, 551
-, desire for restoration to confidence, 559.

lands Spanish soldiers at Dover, 555
-, offers king 12000 crowns for royal ship to take money to Flanders, 562.

efforts to get English fleet to protect Oquendo's, 573
-, complains of Pennington, 587
-, charges against, 589.

tries to dissipate suspicions about fleet, 581
-, tries to inflame king against Dutch, 592, 595.

king demands satisfaction of, for outrages on fisherman, 584
-, holds out hope of Spanish marriage, 592.

gratified by handing over of munitions, wants more vigorous measures, 594
-, wants to engage English ships to take men and money to Flanders, 606.

Cardinal Infant. See Ferdinand son of Philip III.

Cardinals
-, See Barberini, Francesco
-, Cornaro, Federigo
-, Davy, Jacques, du Perron
-, Dietrichstein, Francis prince of
-, Duplessis, Alfonse Louis, archbishop of Lyon
-, Duplessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu
-, Ferdinand son of Philip III
-, Ginetti, Marco
-, Maurice of Savoy
-, Nogaret, Louis de, Cardinal de La Valette.

Cardinalate :

offered to English bishop as price of conversion, 150.

held out as stimulus to du Perron and Philips, 150
-, and to Conn, 358.

expected additions to, pope sounds England about Conn, 272.

aspirations of Ludovic Stuart and Lady Arundel towards, 535.

Cardines. See Cardenas.

Cari. See Carr.

Carignan [Piedmont, Italy] :

prince of. See Tomaso, prince of Savoy.

princess of. See Bourbon, Marie de.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland :

troops from Ireland sent to, 492n
-, Scottish force established near, 495.

fear of provoking Scots by completing defences, 496
-, provision for defence, 533.

Irish troops to be sent to, 550
-, defences improved, 570.

-, countess of. See Hay, Lucy.

-, earl of. See Hay, James.

Carlo Salutatione. See Charles Salutation.

Caron, Noel, Dutch ambassador in England, 6n.

Carr, Cari, Sir Robert, of Lincolnshire, 77n.

-, Rochester, gentleman of the bedchamber :

threatens kings' life, 77.

-, , gentleman of the Marquis of Hamilton :

homicide, arrest and riotous release, 397.

Carteret, George, captain of the Happy Entrance :

takes Bouillon to Holland, 3n, 9n
-, only one available to take Princess of Carignan to Dunkirk, 60n
-, Spanish fleet salutes, 70n.

captain of the Antelope :

brings word of success of Salee expedition, 282n.

captain of the Convertive :

to take Morocco ambassador, 393n.

Casimir, Prince. See John Casimir, prince of Poland.

Castaeda, Castagneda, marquis of. See Monroy y Zuniga, Sancho de.

Castel Rodigo, marquis of. See Moura, Manuel de.

Castiglione, prince of. See Gonzaga, Ludovico.

Castile, Spain, President of, 357n.

-, Admiral of. See Enriquez, Don Juan Alonso.

Castro [Prov. Bergamo, Italy], 482.

Castro, Don Andrea (Antonio) de :

runs his ship ashore, in battle of Downs, 586
-, gets away to Dunkirk with ten of the ships beached, 592.

Catena La [? Greece] :

Hyde carried off to, 443.

Catholic
-, the. See Philip II
-, Philip IV, kings of Spain.

Catholics, the English, papists, recusants :

Laud supposed to favour, 12, 150, 217
-, Laud's real policy towards, 151, 217, 358.

Panzani reconciles differences among, 68
-, tries to reinstate bishop over, 68, 69
-, question of the oath imposed upon, 69, 120
-, negotiations upon, 149.

extended liberties enjoyed by through king's connivance, 69
-, Conn's efforts to improve position, 97, 120.

opposition to toleration of, 120, 121
-, greatly improved position, 217.

Spaniards support, 126
-, du Perron's efforts to increase, 149, 150
-, du Perron protects, 150
-, rejoice at du Perron's return, 266.

fearful of results of trading at Ancona, 217
-, hopes from Conn becoming cardinal, 272.

possible advantage to of Scottish troubles, 273
-, king suspects Conn of plotting with, 274
-, would profit from reduction of Scots, 277.

opposition to new faith at reformation, 300
-, profits by divisions of opponents, 301
-, Charles cultivates because of Puritans, 300.

differences among, about oath of allegiance, 301
-, and about bishop, 301, 302
-, influence of Jesuits over, 302, 303.

Order in Council against, 324
-, proclamation against proselytising, 355, 358
-, reasons for, 358, 359.

offers to king, against Scots, 477, 506
-, hold meetings in London about contributions to war, 535, 545
-, alone speak against rebels, 536
-, serious trouble in store for, 563
-, anticipate harm from calling of Parliament, 602.

Caumont, Jacques Nompar de, duc de la Force, marshal of France, Marshal de la Force :

intervenes in dispute between English and Swedish ambassadors, 160n.

Cavazza, Gerolamo, secretary to the Collegio, 203, 211.

Cave, Sir Richard :

takes money for Palatine, 413.

Cavendish, William, earl of Newcastle :

made governor of prince of Wales, 404n
-, taking prince to Richmond, 418.

Cecca, Michiel di, tenant of the "little house," Ridotto, Venice, 162 :

Fielding asks for reduction of punishment, 140, 202
-, Fielding rented little house from, 169, 201
-, house belonged to, 170
-, why Fielding spoke for, 202
-, Fielding took house when arrested, 203.

Cecil, William, earl of Exeter :

letter to, 127n.

Cecilia Renata, younger daughter of the emperor Ferdinand II :

suggested marriage with Prince Palatine, 43.

negotiations for marriage with king of Poland, 71, 77
-, dashes English hopes, 157
-, Polish clergy urge king to marry, 168
-, Polish king announces marriage with, 265.

Ceii, baron. See Fiennes, William, viscount Say and Sele.

Celsi. See Chelsea.

census :

of all persons bearing arms, 90.

of foreigners. French and Scots, in London, 512, 516.

Cephalonia, Ionian Island, 454.

grievances of English merchants at, 26-32
-, redress promised, 42
-, decree of Senate upon, 43, 83, 88.

judgment rendered in chancery of, 32, 44.

ports of lading at, question one for Senate, 57
-, decision on, 61, 62.

importation of English cloth at, 57
-, importance of currant trade to, 569.

serious earthquake at, 85.

orders to, in favour of English, 232, 233, 240, 432, 442, 444.

Hyde withdraws from, 381
-, appointment of consul for, 402, 537
-, report of Savii on, 438.

Hyde declared debtor to chamber, 450, 528, 529
-, activities of Hyde at, 527.

Aquila summoned to, 451
-, Aquila and Boldu continue to act at, 530
-, sent away from, 531, 546.

report on crops and prices of currants at, 475
-, people to be protected in selling, 564.

Symonds acted as agent of Levant Co. in, 537
-, grievances against Company, 538.

Symonds allowed to return to, 569.

Proveditore of, 27, 451, 528, 530, 569.

- See also Donado, Giacomo
-, Erizzo, Nicolo
-, Malipiero, Andrea
-, Querini, Gasparo.

Rectors of, 28, 29, 43, 44, 537, 538.

despatches dated at, 85, 439, 475.

Ceralvo. See Pacheco, Juan, marquis of Cerralbo.

Ceremonies, Master of the. See Master of the Ceremonies.

Cersey. See Chertsey.

Cerralbo, marquis of. See Pacheco, Juan.

Cesy, count of. See Harlay, Philip de.

Chalart, M. du, commander of French squadron :

takes the Pearl, 329n.

Chalcedon
-, bishop of. See Bishop, William
-, Smith, Richard.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Herbert, Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.

Channel, the. See English Channel.

chaplain to Venetian ambassador :

salary, 105, 157.

chancery :

decision of judges on king's power to impose taxes registered in, 153.

Charite. See Liefde.

Charity, of London, merchantman :

blown up at San Lucar, 495, 496n.

Charles, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 453, 454.

Charles IV, the emperor :

transfers electoral vote from Bavaria to Palatine, 18.

Charles V, emperor :

England unable to injure, 10
-, deprived Frederick elector of Saxony, 306.

Charles I, king of England, king of Great Britain, 295 :

Zawadski proposes Palatine Polish match to, 13, 348.

Correr thanked for treatment of servant, 170
-, favour to Buckingham's entire family, 207.

design to attain to absolute rule, 296, 298
-, imposes taxes by authority, 298, 299
-, likely to attain ends, 308.

pacific from necessity, 296
-, characteristics, 297, 307.

parliament refused tonnage and poundage to, 298
-, forest policy, 299
-, not pushed too far, 300.

ecclesiastical policy, 300-305
-, relations with Rome begun when in Spain, 303.

policy to Palatine, 305
-, emperor never meant to keep promises to, 306
-, learned as prince Austria did not want English match, 424.

1636 :

itinerary, 6, 9, 14, 26, 33, 40, 44, 53, 59n, 61, 64, 65, 80, 88, 89, 90.

- See also progress, the king's.

devotion to hunting, 1, 45
-, engaged in hunting, 6, 14, 36, 46, 53n, 88.

writes to Princess promising decisive action, 3, 16.

fondness for pictures, 45.

affronted by French refusing definite answer, 5
-, wants French to restore Lorraine, 18.

French ready to help if will do share, 5
-, French say misleading Princess Palatine, 7.

receives reports from Northumberland, 7, 52
-, Northumberland awaiting orders, 16.

Beveren preparing case for, 8
-, Bouillon leaves without seeing, 9
-, proposed interposition for general peace, 10.

Zawadski wishes to see privately, 8
-, sharp reply about changing niece's religion, 11.

Zawadski tries to get Laud to influence, 12
-, Zawadski taking leave of, 13, 15
-, grants Carlisle's post to Holland, 14.

Arundel demands satisfaction for, 17
-, Bavaria refuses to admit demands, 18
-, offended by emperor's reply to Arundel, 24.

determined on mastery at sea, 19
-, stirred by Dutch attitude about fisheries, 22, 32, 46, 48.

Persian merchant presented to, 25
-, Correr appeals to for merchant, 34
-, orders arrest of Gatwood, 40.

Fielding tells of favours to merchants, 26, 27
-, Venetian desire to please about merchants, 42, 48, 49.

offers audience to Oate at Windsor, which is declined, 33.

despatch from Arundel to, 33
-, sending of Arundel prejudicial to dignity, 35.

Conn presented to, 39
-, grants patent for glass to Mansell, 40
-, profit from, 41, 42.

Correr's conference with at Bradford, 44
-, not to be drawn about Palatine or naval supremacy, 45
-, Correr hunts with, 46.

petition unsettles about use of merchantmen in fleet, 47.

uncertainty about accepting surrender of Pearl, 48.

Princess Palatine sure will not trouble Dutch, 50
-, promise to Beveren broken, 52
-, sister may suffer for action, 53.

assembles Council, writes secretly to Arundel and Leicester, 51
-, reason for this, 59.

Senneterre makes strong representations to, 53-55
-, only replied in generalities, 55.

Oate gets approval to excuse dilatoriness, 55, 56
-, Silvio sent to treat with, 60
-, has audience of, 63.

Austria promises restoration in exchange for alliance, 56
-, Palatine makes strong representations to, 67.

Dutch hope may relax claims, 58
-, desires friendly relations with Dutch, 62.

incensed against Windebank and Cottington, 59
-, avoids Council, 60
-, indignation assuaged, 73.

students entertain at Oxford, 61
-, threat of Carr to kill, 77.

Joachimi remonstrates with about treatment of fishermen, 62, 63
-, asks for a written statement, 63
-, reply to, 68
-, Joachimi takes leave of, 72.

French ambassadors have long audience of, 64, 67
-, inclined to French alliance, 66.

nearly swallowed by bog in New Forest, 64
-, congratulations on escape, 66.

Arundel to make oral report to, 66, 102.

not inclined to receive du Bec and Soyecourt, 67, 68.

orders immediate equipment of whole fleet, 68
-, Northumberland comes to report to, 84, 91.

consents to bishop for the Catholics, 69.

Rome aims at conversion, 69
-, mot about pope's present to queen and comments, 70.

orders Leicester to propose alliance to France, 71
-, conditions of alliance, 73, 76
-, desire for, 75, 76.

friendship for Venice, 75
-, pleased at appointment of Pesaro, 100.

excuses for not declaring against Austrians, 79
-, gives audience to Oate, 80
-, Oate avoids seeing, 84, 85, 105.

will not argue question of sovereignty of sea, 79
-, Dutch determined to resist, 99.

comment on French capture of Barbary pirates, 82
-, French declare will do nothing, 114.

has reals for Flanders seized, 83
-, Radolti presents letter from emperor to, 84
-, receives Oate at Theobalds, 90
-, thinks little of office, 91.

receives Hesse's sons, 85
-, who are entertained by, 92
-, Ponikau pleased with, 114.

considers French treaty settled, 86
-, announces French alliance, 89.

advantage to of Palatine commanding own army, 87
-, Austrians alarmed by increase of forces, 103.

Princess Palatine expects declaration from, 89, and protest against election of king of Romans, 90.

undertakings in French alliance, 96, 106
-, claims to have done his part towards, 104.

determined to break down opposition to taxes, 99
-, Danby writes to, urging parliament, 110, 111
-, reception of letter, 111.

1637 :

Beveren asks leave to raise recruits, 109, 123
-, Beveren complains to of new imposts, 113-115.

discussing Beveren's outbreak and Danby's letter in Council, 112
-, expresses goodwill to Dutch, 115.

agrees to Spanish proposals for Palatine, 116, 117
-, Arundel uncertain if will accept Austrian proposals, 118.

itinerary, 135, 148, 165, 168, 216, 220, 239, 244, 246, 282, 288.

determined to assert authority and do without parliament, 119
-, objection to Catholic bishop, 120
-, visit to convent of Capuchins, 120, 121.

friendly relations with Venice, 121, 128, 138, 143, 196, 197, 200, 211, 232, 239, 240, 242, 267, 269, 276, 292
-, Correr informs of Giustinian's appointment, 128.

waiting to hear Arundel before deciding about Palatine, 122
-, Arundel has private audience of, 126, 127.

Orange asks Arundel to use influence with about fisheries, 122.

displeased at flight of Monsieur and Soissons, 123
-, Venice desires views on Orange's title of Highness, 135.

Warwick urges to summon parliament, 124, 125
-, proposed petition to, for parliament, 125
-, unlikely to do so, 126.

supported Laud's ecclesiastical changes, 125
-, ministers conceal discontent from, 126.

Oate sees after Arundel, response to 127
-, dissatisfaction grows, 128.

Richelieu thinks highly of, 129
-, affection for House of Lorraine, 130.

refuses to receive envoy from new king of Romans, irate with Austrians, 129
-, Palatine expecting help from, 130
-, allows Sweden to take levies, 134.

Spaniards count on bad relations with French and dislike of parliament, 132
-, informed of election of king of Romans, reply, 133
-, Radolti takes leave of, 155.

assembles Council to hear Arundel, 133
-, proposes fleet for Palatine, 133, 134, 140, 141, 145, 152, 166, 173.

Beveren hopes circumstances may induce to grant recruits, 134
-, pleased at Dutch offer of naval co-operation, 136.

aware of secret meetings in favour of parliament, 136
-, allows free access at Court, 137
-, great profit from the customs, 146.

affronted by Nave affair, 137, 139, 143, 144, 164, 169, 170
-, Venetian representations to, 140.

Princess Palatine says unnecessary to declare, 139
-, declaration against Austria expected, 141.

informs sister of fleet for Palatine, 145
-, asks Sweden and Denmark to co-operate, 151.

does not intend open declaration of war, 145, 146
-, Arundel says disposed to rupture, 146
-, praise of Arundel's negotiations, 156.

regrets plight of Parma, 147
-, disapproves of Parma's settlement with Spain, 156, 157.

useless to worry about Savoy's royal claims, 148.

urges Lennox to marry Mary Villiers, 148
-, has Buckingham's children educated with prince, 150.

declaration to Conn about oath of allegiance, 149
-, reliance of Rome upon connivance of, 151
-, free intercourse of Conn with, 218.

has not resources for long war, 152
-, piqued at Oate's tirades, 153.

judges decide on power to impose taxes, 153, 156, 167
-, goal of absolutism in sight, 154, 156
-, power as head of Church, 156.

Dutch will not help with Palatine if claims mastery at sea, 158
-, unwilling to offend subjects over employment of fleet, 158, 173.

confirms Northumberland as admiral, 158
-, Fielding wants to thank Venice for favouring English merchants, 170, 210.

annoyed at naval claims of Denmark, 160, 177
-, Beveren asks for help in Germany, 167
-, reply to 168.

Correr sees about Nave affair, 161-163, 164, 170
-, Hamilton sees about, 165
-, and makes unfavourable impression on, id.

unlikely to give Palatine effective help, 164
-, wishes to be asked to send to Cologne, 172, 173, 189, 199
-, orders Northumberland to support Palatine, 173.

makes revenue by farming out monopolies, 167
-, Persian merchant takes leave of, 177.

holds council about Nave affair, 168
-, requires satisfaction, 171, 172, 174, 175, 178, 180
-, reduces demand, 179.

promises to recall Fielding, 171, 175
-, dislikes expense of embassy, 175
-, hopes to recall in friendly way, 208.

displeased at French ignoring of debt to Palatine, 174
-, Dutch wish request from to help Palatine, 176, 192.

Oate asks audience of but relinquishes because of plague, 174, 177
-, Oate has audience, 181.

pleased at birth of Princess Anne, 174
-, Correr congratulates on, 178
-, new idea about god parents, 188.

will not acknowledge new emperor, bent on war, 177
-, assurances from Spain to, 178, 181, 182.

Richelieu considers forces promised by inadequate, 179, 180
-, offended by French dilatoriness over treaty, 182, 192, 220.

obstinate about reparations for Nave affair, 181
-, Venice believes impressed by arguments, 184
-, Venice amazed at sentiments, 188
-, wise advice to over, 193.

does not put on mourning for emperor, 182
-, offended by action of Oate, 186, 213.

considers circumstances unfavourable to peace, 182
-, unwilling to plunge into war with Austria, 187, 240.

present to Frederick of Hesse, 183
-, Taylor not regular minister of, 191, 228.

Beveren urges on conference between Palatine and Hesse, 183
-, will obtain satisfaction for nephew, 205.

Correr to inform of Mendnor affair, 186, 200
-, will draw displeasure on Fielding, 200
-, told but defends Fielding, 206
-, shows anger, 207, 218
-, Correr to remove resentment, 218, 231.

Oate asks for commissioners, defends Coke and Holland, 186
-, Oate's offers to, 193, 198, 208
-, grants commissioners, 209.

grants fishing rights off Newfoundland to Kirk, 187
-, Herbert in credit with, 216.

Venetian instructions about invitation to Cologne, 189, 222
-, Correr gives invitation, reply, 212
-, Fielding's office upon, 221
-, reply to, 222
-, Correr denies invitation, 238.

Sweden's response to offers, 189
-, hesitates about helping Oxenstierna, 194, 214.

has Pontanus reply to Selden suppressed, 190
-, Oate stirs against Dutch over sea claims, 198.

Correr to soothe over Nave, 193, 197
-, demand for reparation, 195, 196, 200, 202, 205
-, reparation promised, 203, 205, 206, 211, 218, 224, 239.

declines to send to Hamburg, 199, 204
-, agrees to Paris for congress, 223
-, not interested in peace negotiations, 223.

pleased with news from France, writes to Leicester, 213
-, assurances to Dutch about treaty, 215, 216.

detained in London by Lennox Villiers match, 216
-, away hunting, 220, 269.

favours auricular confession, 217
-, Correr informs of conclusion of Nave affair, 225.

Belaw's audience of, 219, 222, 235, 236
-, consents to demands, 223.

French attitude may drive into arms of Spain, 220
-, obligations under French treaty, 230, 233, 234
-, accepts terms, 233
-, but does not sign, 235.

means to treat Oate as Arundel was, 224
-, aggrieved at Senneterre going, 241.

opinion on Valtelline, 225, and port at Gravelines, 226.

letters of Princess Palatine to about son, 227
-, assignment to Palatine, 227
-, presents at departure, 234.

orders fleet not to molest Dutch fishermen, 231, 235
-, Beveren takes leave of, 238, 240.

desire to co-operate with Venice for peace, 231, 239, 246, 250, 255, 269
-, Venice informed of French alliance, 246, 248, 250, 254, 265, 280.

assurances to Palatine, 234, 235
-, Palatine's questions of, 235
-, answer, 237.

invites Swedes and Dutch to enter alliance, 240
-, Swedes insist on taking proper share, 257.

sent Palatine back to be rid of him, 240
-, upset at having no news from, 248
-, glad to be rid of embarrassment, 259.

tries to extirpate Puritans, 242
-, Williams committed to Tower during pleasure, 246.

Oate will not make fresh overtures to, 246
-, Necolaldi takes leave of, 249, 256
-, warns Oate of consequences of behaviour, 257.

upset at having no news of fleet, 248
-, naval contribution of, 269.

gracious to Beveren at leave taking, 249, 251
-, notified of Giustinian's appointment, 269.

starts on progress, 249, 256, 257
-, ends progress, 282.

ready to interpose for general accommodation, 257
-, will not object to French making truce, 260.

offended with Oate for breaking appointment, 258
-, determined Franchi shall not suffer over Oate's goods, 263.

Laud fears Scottish troubles will upset favour with, 259
-, queen may speak to for Fielding, 262.

queen of France begs to give up idea of alliance, 260
-, Leicester justifies, 262.

no sign of restoring nephew single handed, 260
-, would approve of mediation of Venice, 261.

retains Taylor at Vienna, 261
-, French want to declare war on Austria, 266
-, uncertain if Taylor acting by order of, 268.

objects to queen mother coming, 262
-, sends to stop her, 264
-, will be much annoyed if comes, 275.

refuses to see Polish ambassador, 265, 270, 271, 294
-, makes public why, 271, 347
-, conditions for receiving, 271n.

asks about papal proposal for armistice, 270
-, no objection to red hat for Conn, 272
-, suspicious of Conn, 274.

thinks little of French alliance, 270
-, suspects intrigue at Rome for truce, 274.

Oate refrains from speaking to about Franchi affair, 271.

Correr's leave taking of, 272, 282, 327
-, present to Correr, 319
-, letter to doge for Correr, 328, 333
-, offended at Correr's delay in going, 349n.

Chevreuse expected to go to, 272, 288
-, esteems her highly, 278
-, sends to Portsmouth to enquire about, 281.

inclined to mildness with Scots, 273
-, orders ceremonies to be continued, 276.

invitation of allies to congress, 275
-, complains of Dutch hanging back, 278.

ready to co-operate with Venice for welfare of Italy, 275, 283.

victory over Scots will mean much for, 277
-, hope that war will force to call parliament, 288.

Monsigot's secret proposals to, 277, 278
-, opinion of Monsigot, 278n
-, keeps proposals to self, 281, 288.

gives Rey passport, 279
-, does not wish ambassadors to call on Rey, 279, 282, 283
-, appreciates Correr not seeing, 283.

at launch of Sovereign of the Seas, 282
-, at garter ceremony at Windsor, 288.

pleased at taking of Breda, 287
-, regrets state of Italy, 293
-, unsettled but anxious to avoid war, 295.

Fielding to inform of release of Watts, 289
-, thanks for, 321, 322.

Spaniards anxious to treat with about Palatinate, 290
-, regrets death of Hesse, 311.

Correr takes leave of, is knighted, presents Zonca, 293
-, wants Venice informed of intentions, 294
-, thanked for, 317.

pleased at Morocco sending released slaves, 294
-, present from Morocco to, 316.

Venetian respect for, 308, 312, 314, 317, 322, 334, 336, 337.

Scots levied for Saxe Weimar by permission of, 312.

means to wage war by sea only, 309
-, pleased at Palatine taking Hesse's army, 315.

determination to avoid parliament, 309, 310
-, wonder at permitting ship money trial, 332.

ready to mediate between Venice and Savoy, 311
-, mourning at Savoy's death, 317.

gives Fielding power to punish servants, 313, 339, 340
-, representations to about shooting incident, 321, 324, 325, 339.

deeply resents Oate's encouragement of Scots, 316
-, expresses wish that sister shall not receive Rey, 325.

resents Spanish slanders on duchess of Savoy, 318
-, mission to on Savoy's death, 334, 344, 352.

supply of money to Palatine, 318
-, Palatine presses for advice, 333.

annoyed at Dutch holding back from congress, 318
-, may tire of treating with Swedes and Dutch, 325.

displeased at conversion of Countess of Newport, 319
-, Taylor without letters from, 320
-, remittances to Fielding, 333.

expects Swedes to succumb, 322
-, Brandenburg appeals to about Pomerania, 337
-, not friendly to Brandenburg, 338.

requires justice about Pearl, 328, 329, 342
-, promises to ratify ambassadors' arrangement, 346.

ill with cold, 333
-, informed of death of Mantua, 344
-, does not favour Savoy's claims to royalty, 406.

Fielding considers slighted in shooting affair, 335, 341, 342.

appeal to defend Danzig against Pole, 343
-, Rey to apologise to about Polish match, 348.

1638 :

itinerary, 378, 386, 389, 416, 418, 422, 433, 441, 456, 459, 464, 467, 468n.

proclamation against rebels in Scotland, 350
-, sends for Traquair, 362.

danger from strained relations with subjects, 350
-, no fresh arguments for ship money, 353.

friendly relations with Venice, 352, 356, 366, 381, 462
-, letter to doge, 382, 383.

puts off mourning for Savoy, 354
-, gives masque at Court, 359
-, relieves Aston and appoints Hopton, 371
-, knights Hopton, 374.

Leicester thinks Swedes and Dutch trying to force hand, 355
-, astonished at French behaviour over alliance, 359.

satisfied about shooting case, 356
-, displeased with Fielding's behaviour, 363, 389, 390.

Laud's influence with in church matters, 358
-, Laud urged to dismiss Conn, 359.

Vosberghen urges to support Swedes, 362
-, ready to help if French treaty made, 370.

Palatine writes to about taking Hesse army, 365
-, informed of prince's intention to enter Germany, 393.

proposed co-operation with Venice for Italy, 366-369, 375, 376, 381, 388.

Traquair reports state of Scotland to, 370
-, Traquair confers with and begs to deal graciously, 379.

judges pronounce on power to levy taxes, 370, 376, 409, 410, 419, 425, 426, 429
-, sheriffs inform of difficulty of collecting ship money, 377.

pleased at prospect of French heir, 371
-, sends Buchan to congratulate, 378.

preparations to receive Chevreuse, 371, 385
-, does not want her, 385.

orders settlement of maritime disputes with France, 373
-, French action a wrong to, 380.

queen entertains at masque, 374
-, Newmarket for hunting, 378, 386.

orders Council not to give opinion unasked, 377
-, efforts to raise money, 387.

determined to enforce will on Scots, 379, 400
-, effort to disunite Scots, 387
-, Laud supports in severity, 393, 394.

Oate sees about disputed money on Victory, 383, 384
-, sharp reply, 384
-, annuls sequestration, 407, 411.

Bellievre speaks to about Pearl and congress, reply, 385
-, repudiates Taylor, 385.

difficult position, general unpopularity, 387
-, distressed about Scotland, 389
-, sends to Ireland for troops, 392.

Richelieu objects to convoying money to Flanders, 389
-, objects to sending Leicester to Hamburg, 390
-, selects Anstruther, 400.

proclamations to Scots, 392
-, effect of, 392
-, exonerates Laud, takes sole responsibility, 395.

Morocco ambassador takes leave of, 393, 400
-, Cisa tries to get munitions from, 395.

makes Northumberland lord High Admiral, 394
-, earl thanks for confidence, 398.

queen urges to make concessions to Scots, 395
-, growing wrath against Scots, 397
-, Leslie takes leave of, 398.

orders Wyche to exact consulage, 396
-, irritated at slow collection of ship money, 401.

promises help to Palatine, 398, 400
-, wants French alliance to help, 401, 404.

Scottish officials urge to make concessions, 400
-, decides to satisfy Scots, 403.

letter from, about grievances of Levant merchants, 402.

Blom asks to help Sweden, 403
-, Darmstat wants to learn intentions about Palatine, 408
-, brother sees, 413.

welcomes and entertains Chevreuse, 404, 410.

complaints to about Fielding, 404
-, incensed and recalls Fielding, 412, 421
-, Savoy asks to let Fielding stay, 423
-, agrees, 424.

appoints prince's household, 404
-, appoints captains for fleet, 413.

efforts for peace of Italy, 405, 426
-, present to Morocco, 417.

declaration about liturgy and bishops in Scotland, 407
-, sends Hamilton to Scotland, 411
-, surprise at confidence in Hamilton, 412.

Oate announces Cardenas to, 407
-, Oate takes leave of and presents Cardenas, 416.

appoints Roe for Hamburg, 410
-, Roe has secret interview with before leaving, 412.

sends money for Palatine to Holland, 410, 446
-, promises further liberality, 413, 468, 471
-, and a levy, 436, 457.

Oate asks for commissioners on Stewart case, 413.

Palatine's hopes from decline 415, 418
-, Oldenburg asks to protect neutrality, 417.

expectations about Scotland may not be realised, 416, 417
-, Scots response to proposals, 418.

Olivares proposes satisfaction for, 418
-, gives knighthood and arms to Correr, 432.

more inclined to Spain than France, 418
-, Egmont asks for interposition, 427, 428, 430.

tells Conn to go, 419
-, called a Papist, 424
-, has no friends, 430, 436.

Levenstein brings letter from sister to, 419
-, Roe says prepared to make great efforts, 431.

resents withdrawing privilege from Lady Scudamore, 421
-, Spain tries to prevent union with France, 437.

sells gunpowder to Cardenas, 421, 424, 459
-, remonstrances about, 427, 428, 459.

consults with Laud on Hamilton's despatch, shows concern, 426
-, cannot reduce Scots by force, 427, 436, 439.

Joachimi remonstrates with about reprisals, 427, 429, 442
-, reply, 443
-, has Wolf guarded, 456.

Bellievre obtains leave to export powder, 429, 459
-, gunpowder monopoly of, 461.

gets no advantage from Hampden judgment, 429, 430.

land reclamation scheme, rioting over, 430
-, dissatisfaction caused by, 447, 448.

offers pardon to Scots, 432
-, offer rejected, 433
-, tells Council about Scottish affairs, 435.

averse from change in reception of Venetian ambassadors, 434, 435, 440
-, not advisable to press about present, 438.

deeply distressed about Scotland, 435
-, gives up recreations, 435, 436
-, anxious at not hearing from Hamilton, 447.

agrees to appointment of consul at Zante, 437
-, will appoint new ambassador to Venice, 443.

pleased with Hamilton, 439
-, Laud fears losing favour, 447.

sanguine about Hamburg negotiations, 441
-, congratulations on birth of Louis, 449, 456, 458.

Venice informs of capture of galleys at Valona, 444, 456
-, Venice thanks for office of Wyche, 462.

tries to stop queen mother coming, 446
-, queen persuades to admit mother's confidants, 449
-, but warns them not to intrigue, 463.

long consultations about Scotland, 448
-, suppresses facts to prevent trouble in England, 448, 449, 467
-, sends Hamilton back, 455.

preparing to use force against Scots, 455
-, Scots add to offence to by demanding parliament, 457.

preparations for queen mother, 456, 460, 468
-, tries to effect her reconcilation, 457, 459.

suspicion of Spanish negotiations with, 457
-, approves Gerbier's action and knights him, 460.

orders Pennington to Scottish waters, 458
-, suppresses book issued by Scots, 459.

sends gentleman to queen mother, 459
-, stops pensions to save expenses, 467.

attitude to royal claims of Savoy, 460, 461
-, allows royal ship for Cisa, 467.

unlikely to accept Swedish proposals, 463, 481
-, Palatine's defeat may act as spur to, 470.

precautions against Scots, 464
-, sends home Scot who published news of country, 468.

French promise about passports a sop to, 465
-, French will not stir to help Palatine till see action, 466, 470, 478.

Crow uses name to impress Porte, 466
-, Venice hopes for support against Turk, 470.

meets queen mother and escorts to London, 468, 471
-, French glad has expense of her, 480.

Fielding sends presents to, 468
-, Fielding's only support, 469
-, Giustinian's audience of, 473
-, condemns Symonds, praises Zonca, 474.

changes mind about fortifying Berwick, 469
-, Scots infringe prerogative, 472
-, collecting troops in Yorkshire, 473.

Bellievre remonstrates with about seizure of French ship, 472.

grief at Palatine's defeat, schemes to release Rupert, 473
-, urges exchange of Casimir for Rupert, 479
-, reassured about Rupert, 488.

La Valette asks for asylum, 473
-, receives him, 477.

thanked for support against Turks, 474, 476, 483, 485, 491
-, tells Giustinian to ask for more, 476, 477
-, orders for support, 478, 480, 485, 488, 491, 492.

warlike measures against Scots, 477
-, gives Essex command of cavalry, 479.

tries to win over people, 477
-, orders Hamilton to remain in Scotland, 484.

charges Cardenas with spreading false reports and refuses to see him, 477-479
-, dangers of dealing with, 481.

fresh credentials to Fielding, 478, 482, 485.

suspends licences for exporting gun powder, 479
-, appoints consul general for Italy, 482, 485.

tries for return of queen mother to France, 480.

specious Spanish offers to, 481
-, could arrange compromise about passports, 487.

1639 :

itinerary, 536, 539, 541, 543, 546, 558, 563, 564, 572, 585.

lack of success at Hamburg, 484
-, sends to governor of Breisach not to surrender to French, 486
-, moved by decree excluding Palatine, 493.

Palatine appeals to for help, 488
-, veiled threat to Spain, 490
-, will not see Cardenas, 497
-, quarrel laid aside, 534
-, ended, 577.

evinces neutrality by grants of levies, 488, 489
-, favours to Tornone, 490
-, Bellievre gets extension from for levies, 541.

denial of Brussels negotiations, 489, 502
-, Leicester sure that arranged with, 494.

may have to submit to Scots' demands, 490
-, consults Council about proposals of Scots, inclines to milder measures, 492.

military preparations, 492, 500
-, going to York to assemble army, 494, 496, 509, 515, 520.

demands troops from London, 494, 509
-, gives Essex command of horse, 496
-, reviews horse near London, 500.

shows satisfaction with Hamilton, 495
-, rejects proposal to summon parliament, 496, 497.

allows publication of queen mother's manifesto, 495
-, wants Weimar sent against Bavaria, 498.

suspicion that French helping Scots, 496
-, may send queen to France for health, 497.

orders Wentworth to defend Ireland against Scots, 496
-, Spain offers help against Scots, 498.

promises to support Venice against Turks, 497, 514, 518, 542, 552, 554, 565
-, thanked, 498, 514, 522-524, 564, 573
-, Wyche doubtful of approval, 501.

Scots propose conference to, 499
-, Scots send seditious paper to, 505, which suppresses id
-, proclamation against Scots, 509.

friendly relations with Venice 499, 505, 513, 515, 523, 531, 564, 570
-, letters to the doge, 500, 514, 518, 519.

eagerness to arm checked by lack of money, 500
-, pleased by offers of Catholics, 506
-, and by grant from clergy, 520.

orders seizure of Dunkirkers, 501
-, sends Jermyn to France about queen mother, 504, 506.

Genoese ask leave to buy warships, 501
-, queen persuades not to dismiss La Valette, 506.

opinion about passports for Palatine, 501
-, threat to recall ambassadors from Hamburg, 502.

urges France to help Weimar, 502
-, promises to Austrians against France, 503.

Taylor going to make report to, 508
-, knights Fleming, 516
-, permits Bellievre to enlist troops, 521.

strength of army, 509, 525
-, ministers discuss employment of army before, 512.

Bellievre assures French not helping Scots, 512
-, reply of Scots to proclamation, 515, 516
-, Scots' offer of loyalty to, 525.

efforts for reconciliation of Venice and Savoy, 518-520, 523, 526, 542
-, thanks for, 522, 532.

offers to Scots, 520
-, sends Essex to defend Berwick, 524
-, reports arrival and reception at York, 533.

refuses money offered by London, 520
-, Taylor's statements at variance with, 523.

arranges for queen's dower and for Council to report to her, 525
-, letters to queen, 533, 539, 548, 550.

preoccupations give French chance at Dunkirk, 526
-, tells Bellievre not to follow him, 533, 536.

emperor holds hand because of ambiguity of action, 526
-, offers to emperor if Palatine reinstated, 532.

letter from Venice to, 532
-, Fleming brings letters from Weimar to, 534.

likely to show circumspection towards Scots, 533
-, Scots send to expressing readiness for settlement, 535, 548
-, offers general pardon and concessions, 541.

has Traquair arrested, 533
-, releases him, 536
-, letters of queen to, 544n.

ministers suggest holding parliament at York, 533
-, imposes oath on troops, wrath with Saye and Brooke, 536
-, modifies oath and releases them, 539.

assurances of devotion to queen mother, 534
-, confidential relations with her detrimental to France, 593.

Hamilton brings money to, 534
-, sends Hamilton to Forth, 535.

Scots point to Catholic influences on policy, 536
-, Scots refuse pardon, proclaims aversion from Catholicism, 543.

reply to Joachimi about conveying Spanish troops, 537, 555
-, Cardinal Infant offers help to 545, 547.

Correr sounds about Brussels negotiations, 538, 540, 553, 561
-, Spaniards hope to induce to resume negotiations, 540
-, agrees to hear proposals, 541
-, but will not commit himself, 543.

raises body guard, 544
-, charges nobles to gather troops against invasion, 567.

Prince of Denmark goes to see, 545
-, means to thwart French designs on Dunkirk, 547.

ministers urge to go to parliament in Scotland, 546
-, Scots demands of, 550
-, reply to, 555.

fear of Dutch sympathy for Scots, 548
-, resents Dutch searching English ships, 549, 557, 559, 560.

orders Scots to keep 12 m. from Berwick, 548
-, sends force to Kelso for attack, 550.

assurances to Bellievre about Brussels negotiations, 548
-, undecided as uncertain if imperialists sending to Brussels, 552
-, denies negotiations to Giustinian, 553.

Dutch take up question of Indies to appease, 550.

sends to tell queen of settlement, 551
-, goes to Scottish army after peace, probable movements, 554.

Leslie offers army to serve Palatine, 552
-, refuses in interest of neutrality, 554
-, Bellievre tries to shake neutrality, 567.

Palatines hope for help from, after settlement, 556
-, but partiality for Austrians, 506, 557
-, only vague promises, 560.

changes plans and stays till settlement complete, 556
-, Venice wishes to congratulate, 558.

connives at intrigues of French malcontents, 557
-, French indifference about accommodation with Scots, 560.

advised not to go to Scottish parliament, 558
-, uncertain, 559
-, persuaded not to go, 561.

English hope to force parliament on, 559
-, conquers repugnance and grants parliament, 563.

asked to send minister to Flanders to treat, 559
-, demands account from Taylor and commits to Tower, 576.

Cardenas offers money to for royal ship to fetch money from Spain, 562.

Dutch ships seized without orders from, 562
-, impresses Dutch with his regard for Austrians, 566
-, Dutch remonstrate about, 568.

Prince Palatine crosses to see, hopes of help, 563
-, urges Swiss to support Palatine, 566
-, attends discussions about helping, 567, 573.

refuses money grant of city, 565
-, finally accepts, 568.

wants to use Weimar army to alarm Austrians cheaply, 566
-, reply from army to, 573, 580.

Prince of Radzivil presented to, 566
-, entertains and takes hunting, 568
-, takes leave of, 570.

inclines to make renewed attack on Scots, 567, 570, 590
-, warlike preparations, 570, 602, 605.

confidence in Wentworth, 568, 592, 595
-, Wentworth urges to violent measures, 592, 595, 596.

embittered by Scottish announcement, which suppresses, 569
-, surmised yielding to demands, 571.

scandalises Puritans by reception of Rossetti, 570
-, apologises to Giustinian for behaviour of Palatine, 586.

away hunting, 571, 590
-, Fielding serving, in masque, 603.

changes in leading ministers, in view of parliament, 571
-, Scottish measures rouse fears of repercussion in England, 574.

talk of grants to Palatine, not expected to let prince remain long, 571
-, to pay prince's pension in advance, 575.

Richelieu thinks unreasonable to expect exchange of Rupert, 572
-, French incensed at intrigues with Weimar's army, 578.

Cardenas tries to move to save Oquendo, 573, 575
-, but disinclined to intervene, 574
-, orders strengthening of fleet, 575, 577.

Venice informs of passports for Palatine, 574, 583, 585, 586.

Dutch suggest laying hands on Spanish ships and money for Palatine's benefit, 576
-, declines to consider proposal, 577, 580
-, Dutch suspect of letting ships escape, 579.

conceals anger at Scots decrees about bishops, 578
-, orders dissolution of Scottish parliament, 584
-, growing resentment, 592.

Dutch apprehension of inflaming by attack on Oquendo, 579
-, but may mistake their reserve, 582
-, and expect to mollify, 585.

forbids transport of soldiers from fleet to Spain, 579
-, intimates to Tromp intention of getting rid of Spanish fleet, 580
-, course of action about fleets considered, 581.

sends to demand Oquendo's instructions, Cardenas removes suspicions, 581
-, Cardenas tries to mollify about Dunkirk outrages, 584.

tells Palatine to avoid seeing French king, 583
-, promises if Palatine obtains command of Weimar army, 584
-, prince advises of journey, 587.

Pennington asks for definite instructions, 584
-, promises Arundel ship for Madagascar expedition, 592.

Cardenas complains to of Pennington, 587
-, orders him to arrest Tromp, 589
-, Pennington clears himself with, 594.

wrath with Dutch at attack on Oquendo, 587, 599
-, surmises about effect on, 588
-, wrath increases, 589
-, Dutch believe hostility fomented by Hispanophiles, 590
-, Cardenas tries to keep inflamed, 592.

Norgate sent to justify with with Cardinal Infant, 589n
-, Spanish ministers blame, 595.

perturbed at news of Palatine's arrest, 590, 595
-, Dutch relieved by preoccupation over arrest, 593, 595.

appoints new members to cabinet and discusses immediate dangers, 590
-, discusses how to reduce Scots to obedience, 600.

Dutch do not consider formidable without parliament, 591
-, means to send ambassador to remonstrate, 593.

attracted by propossal of Spanish match, 592
-, gives Philip guns and tackle from wrecked ships, 594
-, refits and sends back wrecked ships, 597.

Traquair reports Scottish affairs to, 593, 594
-, determined not to grant demands, 594
-, peremptorily dismisses Scottish deputies, 595
-, Scots charge with not observing compact, 598.

Aerssens expected to mollify, 596, 601
-, Aerssens' audience of, 597, 601
-, further audience delayed, with intent, 598
-, Aerssens sees again, 599, 600.

if will support Weimar army, French will release Palatine, 596
-, Bellievre tries to mollify about arrest, 598.

distressed by Scottish behaviour, knowing insecurity at home, 599
-, fears for prestige abroad, 599
-, Scots aware of weakness, 600
-, allows Scots to send commissioners, 605.

alleged offers to Spain, 599
-, Cardenas asks to allow ships to take men and money to Flanders, 606.

asks for Dutch proposals in writing, 600
-, reply to proposals, 603
-, view of negotiations with, at Hague, 604.

announces to Council decision to summon parliament, 601
-, parliamentarians' promises to, 602
-, wants army to overawe parliament, 605.

Council grant loan to, for military preparations, 602, 605.

Aerssens made himself very agreeable to, 603.

French think of using Palatine to constrain to help public cause, 605.

designs against France, 605.

children of. See Anne, princess
-, Charles, prince of Wales
-, James duke of York
-, Katharine
-, Mary.

household of. See household, the king's.

progresses of. See progress, the king's.

Charles, Prince of Wales, 424 :

reproved for receiving Correr too stolidly, 128.

aims of papal ministers to proselytise, 150.

godfather to sister Anne in name of grandfather, 188.

nominated for the garter, 288
-, installation, 404, 416, 418.

king appoints household of, 404.

foreign ministers congratulate on composition with Scots, 554.

-, -, governor of. See Cavendish, William, earl of Newcastle.

-, -, household of. See household of the prince of Wales.

-, -, tutor of. See Duppa, Brian.

Charles Emanuel, prince of Savoy :

doubts cast on legitimacy, 318n.

- - II. duke of Savoy :

uncles claim regency of, 526n.

Charles Louis, Elector Palatine of the Rhine, the Palatine :

England acts for on score of reputation, 296
-, Austria's resistance to reinstatement, 306.

no case for deprivation, 306
-, worse off than father, 307.

French ministers in England refused title of elector to, 465.

1636, 60 :

England views affairs without passion, 2
-, naval claims prejudicial to, 4.

Swedes expect to demand inclusion in peace, 2
-, effort to get Oxenstierna to befriend, 38.

Arundel to demand investiture of, 5
-, prejudice against Arundel, 19, 33.

Austria will not restore unless forced, 5
-, French consider adjustment with Austria impossible, 47.

Zawadski wishes to see privately, 8
-, but only performs complimentary office, 13.

suggested marriage with German princess, 9
-, or with emperor's daughter, 43.

hunting with king at Oatlands, 14
-, plague in lodgings of, 40
-, gentleman of dies of plague, 44.

English hope to settle affairs by a peace, 16, 39, 47.

suspicious, believes nothing ministers tell him, 19
-, approaches Correr, 19, 20, 33
-, letter to doge, 20, 21
-, Correr tries to draw king about, 45
-, kept in the dark and much agitated, 51.

Bavaria stands in way of, 47.

king consults Council about affairs, 51, 75, 86
-, terms that will satisfy England for, 56.

suggested marriage to Monsieur's daughter, 51
-, England's chief effort to get good marriage for, 52
-, mortified at result of Zawadski's mission to France, 107.

Senneterre urges resolute action for, 54
-, urges French alliance, 67.

satisfaction from Austria unlikely, 66
-, emperor writes offering satisfaction to, 84.

wants to get away, 67
-, England hopes to restore through French negotiations, 73, 96.

articles concerning in French alliance, 82, 86, 89, 95, 103.

offended with Oate, 85
-, dislikes Oate, 88.

happy in assurance of uncle's support, 86, 94, 95
-, protest against election of king of Romans if not admitted to diet, 90.

desires independent command, 87, 97, 104
-, doubts in England on subject, 90, 97
-, all an artifice, 107.

policy of ministers towards, 87
-, Charles ready to accept Spanish proposals for, 117.

hopes that affairs may be adjusted in general settlement, 100.

disposition of Austrians to satisfy, 103
-, talk of sending Arundel to Cologne for, 109.

Beveren's outbreak to, upon behaviour of English, 109, 110, 123
-, discussed in Council, 112.

gives up hope of independent command, discouraged by birth of son to Bavaria, 113.

suggestion to hold electorate jointly with Bavaria, 117
-, emperor apologises at being unable to do more for, 118.

1637 :

asks for men and money, 122
-, drops demands and presses for action, 130.

king assures of revenge, 122
-, Arundel's report on affairs, 127
-, king informs of Arundel's report, 129
-, Arundel convinced Austria will do nothing for, 133.

peace between France and Spain would destroy pretensions, 131
-, French want claims to electorate waived, 147.

French promises for cause, 131, 132, 164
-, Dutch offers to help, 134.

Charles speaks of claims to Radolti, 133
-, to protest Ferdinand's election void, 134, 145.

Charles proposes to provide with fleet, 134
-, urges equipment, 136
-, fleet decided upon, 140, 141, 145.

appeal to Austria about Denmark's claims hindered by, 136
-, long discussion about affairs, 137.

Spaniards, if given England's fleet, would satisfy, 139
-, Spain will not suffer war under shadow of, 146.

proposed match with Princess of Florence, 139
-, suggested match with Queen of Sweden, 142, 147.

volunteers and contributions asked to equip force, 141, 164
-, good response, 145
-, not likely to amount to much, 152, 174.

asks help of Sweden and Denmark, 142, 156
-, Orange glad of action taken for, 145
-, action seriously intended, 146.

protest of, 151, 154, 155, 212
-, Venetian reference to, 166
-, manifesto held back because of emperor's death, 167.

Correr meets and assures of help at Cologne, 152
-, aggrieved at receiving no reply to letter to Venice, 154
-, reason of Senate for not replying, 172.

to put to sea and join fleet of league, 155, 173
-, Dutch expect no good from, 158
-, Venice looks for good results, 158, 166.

Dutch will not help unless satisfied about fisheries, 155, 261
-, to ask help of Dutch, 176.

Swedish peace would injure, 167
-, Charles would be glad to put affairs in hands of Venetian minister, 173
-, not advisable to offend Venice, because of, 176.

Denmark hopes naval claims will profit from affairs, 177
-, Hesse offers services to, 183.

Richelieu considers English support for inadequate, 179
-, French reserve may induce England to withdraw naval support to, 180.

complete satisfaction required for, 182
-, Oate tries to reopen negotiations about, 186.

thinks of sending ambassador to Dutch, 182
-, Charles wants Dutch help for, 192.

proposed conference with Hesse, 183
-, fears of exposing self in army, 193.

Sweden commends measures taken for, 189
-, Swedish promises for, 190
-, courage suspected, 194, 327.

Taylor urges emperor to satisfy, 191
-, Oate's offers for, 193, 215
-, councillors of remonstrate at deception, 209.

too much asked of France for, 191
-, Dunkirk suggested as pledge for restoration, 204, 218.

Orange says should not leave England, 192
-, mother wants in Holland, 199.

letter of Denmark to, 210
-, advantage of French backing to, 215
-, difficulties in treaty over, 218, 220.

to accompany king on progress, 213
-, will not put to sea, 219
-, wasting time in pleasure, 223, 227.

publishes manifesto on wrongs, 213
-, Danish mission of ill augury for, 219.

hint at Venetian support for, 221, 222, 231, 238
-, to urge Dutch to send delegates to Paris, 230.

troops not to land in Danish territory, 222
-, mother wants in Germany and not with fleet, 227.

England waiting for French action about, 223
-, England wants to be rid of, 227, 240.

Swedish agreement with emperor would extinguish hopes, 228.

proceeding to Holland, 229, 234
-, sails, escorted by fleet, 237
-, arrives at Rotterdam, 240.

terms of French treaty regarding, 233, 234
-, asks Dutch to send to Diet, 240.

presents and money given to, 234
-, king's assurances to, 234, 235
-, questions put to king, 235
-, reply, 237.

Oate's proposals for, ignored, 236
-, English do not wish to take affairs to Cologne, 245
-, Oate anxious to settle matter, 246.

agent suggests Venetian mediation for, 244, 245, 261
-, England would like affairs so settled, 256.

reports arrival and negotiations, 245
-, Venice informed of, 247, 254
-, Venice desires to know further policy for, 248.

Dutch reply to, likely to give way to, 251
-, referred to Orange, 255.

Oate expresses views on affairs, 252
-, Taylor promises no hostility from, if adjustment, 253.

Spain promises emperor to settle all claims, 253
-, abandons hope of doing anything by force, 261.

lost if depends on England alone, 258, 260
-, king would be glad if affairs settled without him, 259.

reported gone to Germany to confer with Hesse, 259
-, leaves camp to visit mother, 281.

army for in Germany, 262
-, Dutch make no reply to proposals, 265
-, Dutch fishermen let alone in interest of, 272.

French believes England will rest satisfied with peaceful settlement with Austria upon, 266.

Charles esteems affairs his chief interest, 269
-, Correr argues against likelihood of France betraying, 270
-, congress at Rome would be prejudicial to, 274.

Anglo French alliance to succour, 275, 346
-, Spain would be glad for Dutch to take up cause, 279.

going to East Friesland to take command, 287
-, decides to take Hesse's army, 315
-, hangs back, 327.

hope that Spanish reverses will lead to satisfaction, 289, 312
-, question discussed in Council, 293, 294.

English assignments for, 315, 318
-, desires counsel of England, 333.

steps not likely to hurt imperialists, 320
-, French promises to, 332, 333.

Charles has grudge against Brandenburg for injuring, 338
-, England's neglect of a criterion for others, 348.

1638 :

Curtius joins in Holland, 357
-, brothers at Paris, 360.

proposes to take command of Hesse army, 365, 372
-, urges states of Hesse to assist, 374.

wants to commit England to help, 365
-, French conditions for helping, 372
-, sees no prospect of help, 374
-, French mean to leave burden on England, 394, 401.

Charles objects to d' Estampes treatment of, 380
-, English help for, 393, 398, 400.

plan to enter Germany with army, 393, 394, 398
-, designs of, 437.

Charles permits subjects to go and serve, 400
-, king wants French alliance to help, 401
-, French help asked for, 466.

Sweden wants to learn about help for, 403
-, Darmstadt's brother also, 404, 408
-, anxious about Darmstadt, 408.

report on Landgravine of Hesse, 404
-, Craven's services to, 410.

king sends supplies to Holland for, 410, 413, 422, 446
-, king promises money to, 471.

negotiations for fruitless, 411
-, Roe asks Denmark to help, 412, 429
-, prospects hopeful, 413.

convoy of munitions to Dunkirk prejudicial to, 415
-, king's help of will not be much, 418.

Oldenburg desires to respect neutrality, 417
-, sends to England for levy, 436
-, troops leave for, 457.

fears of discouragement at loss of Meppen, 417
-, in Westphalia, prospects, 456.

few approve of England breaking with Austria for, 422
-, fear of exclusion in peace with Swedes, 439.

goes to confer with Orange, 422
-, Charles hopes to support by Lubeck conference, 455.

Leicester proposes marriage to Rohan's daughter, 428.

help for prejudiced by Scottish troubles, 457
-, prejudiced by entertainment of queen mother, 460, 468.

army wasting away, 461
-, defeat at Gohfeld, 467, 469, 471, 473.

reported negotiations with emperor, 461
-, to render suspect to Denmark, 462.

efforts of Leicester and Scudamore for cause trouble, 465
-, plight of English drafts for, 475.

mother urges help for, 473
-, begs French to help, 478
-, fear of French leaving out of peace, 479
-, supposed at Hamburg to advocate cause, 484.

1639 :

French want to receive investitures of Palatinate from them, 486
-, fresh demands for help, 488.

emperor's decree excluding from congress, 487, 493
-, emperor grants passport to please Venice, 574, 585, 586.

question of passport for congress, 487, 501, 517, 526, 538, 540, 553, 561
-, Spain agrees to passport for, 583.

report of English negotiations about at Brussels, 489, 508, 522, 526
-, French views on, 493, 501
-, Spanish offers for, 541.

Venetian support desired for, 489
-, regarded as ally of France, 493, 501.

failure at Hamburg will leave hopeless, 510
-, agreement with Bavaria, 517, 523.

efforts to induce Saxe Weimar to help, 512, 516
-, Swiss support asked for, 566, 573.

suggested match with Grand Duke's sister, 522
-, English offers to Austria for reinstatement, 532
-, Leslie offers to serve with army, 552.

Princess Palatine sends Boswell to ask help for, 556
-, unable to move king, 570.

lands in England hastens to king, 563
-, comes to London with king, 565
-, presents Radzivil to king, 566.

pretensions with Giustinian, 565, 574, 578
-, king apologises for, 586.

wants help for Breisach and Weimar's army, 565
-, hopes to get command of army, 572.

ministers discuss affairs, think only France can help, 567
-, further discussion, but neutrality advised, 573.

France will help if England does, 567, 592.

Radzivil going to Hague with, 568
-, Radzivil leaves without, 570
-, king unlikely to allow to stay, 571.

impatient for answers from Denmark and Swedes about alliance, 571.

alleged promise of levies and advances to, 571
-, supplies arranged for, 575, 577, 584.

Weimar's army will have if king maintains, 573
-, going to army, 575, 580.

king urged to seize Spanish money and fleet for benefit of, 576, 577.

French incensed at interest in Breisach, 578
-, French opposition to commanding Weimar army, 583, 593.

efforts to raise money on pension, 580
-, king's promises of supplies to, 584
-, fresh remittances sent to, 587.

passes through hostile fleets in Downs, 583
-, ships leave Pennington's fleet to escort, 588.

arrested at Moulins, 588, 590
-, reasons for step, 591, 597
-, taken to Vincennes, 592, 593
-, accommodation extended, 596.

explains object of journey to French, 593
-, England without news about, 594.

Dutch not ill pleased at king's preoccupation over arrest, 595
-, Leicester to justify journey, 596
-, Leicester remonstrates about, 597.

Windebank's son sent to obtain release, 598, 600, 605
-, visits, with Leicester, 601.

Weimar officers remonstrate about arrest, 600
-, arrest increases ill feeling with France, 602, 605.

Curtius sent to look after interests with German princes, 600
-, French think of using to force England's hand, 605.

Charles III., duke of Lorraine :

English concern for, 3, 73
-, English wish to include in general settlement, 76, 82, 93.

difficulties about removed, 86
-, England gives up, if France abandons Bavaria, 95
-, negotiations about at Ratisbon, 102.

French may wish to make separate arrangement with, 106
-, Leicester claims restoration of, 220.

reported success of Longueville against, 238
-, inclined to besiege Montbeliard, 243.

retreats to Besancon, 247
-, defeat at Ray sur Saone, 252
-, Weerdt awaits junction of, 267.

truce would leave in the lurch, 264
-, without a minister in Spain, 442n.

allowed to levy a regiment, 440.

Chevreuse sends to, 464
-, invited to Brussels, 469
-, Chevreuse pretends to have negotiations with, 560.

letters to, intercepted in France, 469, 474
-, fear of France making peace without, 479
-, question of attending Cologne conference, 487.

Charles Salutation, Carlo Salutatione, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 452, 453, 454.

Charleville, Sciarleville [Ardennis, France] :

despatch dated at, 561.

Charnass, Hercules Girard baron de, Charnase, French ambassador extraordinary to the Dutch :

obstructs passports for Spanish ministers to Cologne, 131
-, to give Orange title of Highness, 135
-, killed at siege of Breda, 332n.

Charonne, Sciaron, (Paris) [Seine, France] :

Richelieu at, 191, 284.

chase. See hunting.

Chatillon, sieur de. See Coligny, Gaspard de.

Chavigny, count of. See Bouthillier, Leon.

Chelmsford, co. Essex :

kings spends night at, 468n.

Chelsea, Celsi [co. Middlesex] :

Oate resides at, 80, 123n
-, place and manor granted to Hamilton, 439.

Chemnitz [Saxony, Germany] :

Baner defeats imperialists at, 556n.

Chenut. See Knuyt.

Cherch. See Kirk.

Chertsey, Cersey, co. Surrey :

despatches dated at, 9, 13, 14, 16, 20, 22.

Chevreuse, duchess of. See Rohan, Marie de.

-, duke of. See Lorraine, Claude de.

Chilborn. See Kilburn.

Chin, Ching. See King.

Chioggia, Chioza [Prov. Venezia, Italy] :

Fielding returning by way of, 499
-, orders for reception at, 503, 509
-, unusual to receive and defray ambassadors at, 504.

-, Proveditore of, 513.

Chiroga. See Quiroga.

Chiswick, co. Middlesex :

letter dated at, 98.

Christian IV., king of Denmark :

1636 :

interposition for peace valued, 2
-, Avery sent to urge forward, 3.

Oxenstierna going to treat with, 16.

equipping fleet to assert mastery at sea, 19
-, aspiration to sovereignty of Baltic, 115.

English idea of making peace jointly with, 76.

1637 :

claims to naval supremacy, 135, 136
-, by incitement of England, 136, 160
-, disconcert English, 159.

Palatine asks for help, 142
-, English mistrustful of, 157
-, hope of satisfactory reply, 188.

will not compromise about naval claims, 177.

non committal letter to Palatine, 210
-, does not want Palatine's forces to land in territory, 222.

sends Belaw to England, supposed objects, 219
-, real objects, 223.

fears of close union with emperor, 220.

designs against Hamburg, 223
-, wants promise that Charles will not interfere with, 235.

presses old claims against England, 234, 235.

Leicester confident of drawing into league, 244
-, irresolution of, 253.

France and England invite to congress, 275
-, ready to go to Hamburg, 284, 309.

Dutch believe insincere in offers, 310
-, uncertainty of joining alliance, 315.

jealous of Polish ships in Baltic, 351.

1638 :

grants Danzigers ships against Pole, 357
-, booty sent to, 360.

asks Gallas intentions, 373.

Roe to ask to help Palatine, 412
-, Roe sees at Gluckstat and asks, 429.

declared heir to Oldenburg, 417.

conducting negotiations between imperialists and Swedes, 439
-, Kurtz tries to exite suspicions against Palatine, 461, 462.

Roe sees about claims on England, 484.

1639 :

promises to have Palatine included in peace, 488
-, Palatine impatient for reply about help, 571.

Roe recovers jewels from, 567
-, dispute about debts settled with Roe, 576.

Roe treats with for alliance, 567, 568
-, treating with Austrians for Palatine's benefit, 573, 576.

Christian, prince of Denmark :

Hamburgers refuse homage to, for Holstein, 223
-, in London, goes on to king, 545.

Christian, brother of landgrave of Hesse, 183n :

sent to England to study, 85
-, entertained, leaving, 92.

Christina, Queen of Sweden :

Palatine asks for help, 142
-, suggested marriage with Palatine, 142, 147.

Venice asks to send ministers to Cologne, 172, 199.

proposed marriage to Prince Casimir, 290, 351
-, talk of marriage to Cardinal Infant, 377, 378.

terms of alliance with France, 342
-, king sends complimentary letters to, 394
-, writes to king asking help, 403.

Christina of Bourbon, duchess of Savoy :

regent at duke's death, 311
-, implores English help, 317
-, condolences to, 318, 324.

slanders against, 318
-, informs of husband's death, 334, 344.

Fielding's instructions to, 326
-, queen's despatches for, 354, 356
-, Fielding's mission to, 367, 376, 388-390.

excludes Cardinal Maurice from Piedmont, 344, 348
-, agreement with him about appanages, 377.

mixed army of, 354
-, little popular enthusiasm for, 371.

Parella goes to Paris by order of, 360
-, efforts to get royal title recognised, 406.

unable to deny French demands, 377
-, announces accommodation with France, 395
-, and renewal of alliance, 398, 425, 427.

complaints against Fielding, 404, 406
-, desires his recall, 407, 447
-, wishes him to stay, 423, 424.

Fielding urges importance of peace on, 405
-, Fielding advised against French alliance, 407n, 412.

sends report of difficulties, 423, 427
-, says Spaniards deceived her, 426.

England very friendly to, 433
-, Cisa complains of refusal of royal title to, 460
-, England ready to follow example of others about, 461.

sends word of duke's death, 484, 490
-, at Turin, indisposed, 491.

friendly to Venice, and inclined to reconciliation, 518
-, Venetian friendship for, 527.

grievances against Venice, 519
-, no intentions derogatory to Venice, 520
-, difficulties in way of reconciliation, 522.

need of help from Venice, 523, 524
-, guarded reply of Venice about, 526
-, impatient for reconcilation with Venice, 542.

besieged in Turin, 526n.

-, -, confessor of. See Monod, Pre.

Chuch. See Coke.

Church, English :

innovations of Laud, with king's assent, 125, 217, 300
-, efforts of papal ministers to introduce Catholic ceremonies into, 149
-, Laud proposes to prove independence of parliament, 156.

Puritans dislike rites of, 300, 301
-, king estranges people by altering rites, 387.

negotiations for reunion with Rome, 303.

proclamation to prevent perversions from, 355.

See also bishops, An, clergy
-, Protestants, Anglican.

cipher, Venetian :

Rossi brings to England, 61, 71, 101
-, Zonca takes back to Michiel, 85, 98.

Cisa, Benot, count of Pezze, Count Scisa, Scissa, resident of Savoy in England :

revives royal claims of duke but says nothing to king, 148
-, report of duke's death, 315, 317.

confirmed as agent, 356
-, says Savoyards will not contribute to continue the war, 370, 371
-, asks for munitions of war, 395.

announces accommodation with France, 395, and renewal of alliance, 398.

makes complaint against Fielding, 404, 406
-, receives fresh message about Fielding, 412
-, to ask for Fielding to stay, 423, 424n
-, to get Fielding recalled, 447.

informed of siege of Vercelli, 423
-, reports bad state of, 427.

says king means to appoint new ambassador to Venice, 443
-, remonstrates about refusal of royal title, 460.

sure Fielding returning to Venice, 447, 467.

granted royal ship to take to France, 467.

Ciuran, Antonio, Savio alla Mercanzia, 133, 483.

-, Iseppo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 58.

Civitavecchia [Prov. Rome, Italy] :

open to English trade, 216.

Claeson, Adrian, Dutch naval commander :

captures Pelican, 427n.

Clarenza [Elis and Achaia, Greece] :

English cloth trade at, 361.

clergy, Anglican :

grant king 25,000l. against Scots, 520
-, offer him, 10,000 men, 596.

Cleveland, earl of. See Wentworth, Thomas, earl of Cleveland.

Clomucci. See Khlemoutsi.

cloth :

cheap, for Crete, 344.

export of English to Morea, 361, 403
-, question of sending to Zante, 361, 388.

English export to Turkish dominions, 361
-, presented to Morocco ambassador, 400.

duties paid on, 361
-, trade with Morocco, 400
-, Dutch trade with Scotland, 547.

gold, brought to England from Leghorn, 402.

half Londons :

question of relieving of new impost, 29, 31, 57
-, Senate's decision upon, 62.

kerseys :

proposal to shift mart of from Ragusa to Spalato and Belgrade, 132
-, trade in with Ragusa, 329-331, 338, 345, 436
-, duties paid on, 330, 344
-, for Crete, 344, for Spalato and Venice, 351.

Londons :

question of relieving of new impost, 29, 31, 57
-, Senate's decision upon, 62
-, tread with Turkey, 438, 466.

Venetian :

injury to in islands by import of English, 57
-, competition of Kerseys with, 132, 438.

coal :

price raised, 167
-, Charles puts taxes on, 299.

"Coal from the Altar" :

Williams condemned for reply to, 246n.

cod fisheries :

grant to Kirk prejudicial to French, 187.

Cognet, Gaspard, sieur de la Tuillerie, Sieur delle Tullerie, French ambassador at Venice :

asks Signory to invite Sweden to send to Cologne, 172
-, remonstrance against Pesaro's mission to Poland, 237
-, going to Holland, 522.

Cogneus, Cogneux. See Le Coigneux.

Coin, Jan, Dutch commander :

captures fort St. George in Guinea, 357n.

Coke, Cuch, Chuch, Sir John, Secretary of State :

one of the inner circle of the cabinet, 209n.

1636 :

king refers Zawadski to, 11
-, Zawadski gets no satisfaction from, 12.

Beveren complains to of English hostility, 14
-, remonstrates with about taking toll from fishermen, 52.

Arundel writes to, 33, 65n, 102n
-, letters from Rufford, 44n.

asks Correr for news of Italy, 64
-, to make enquiry about money sent to Flanders, 73
-, Beveren approaches about recruits, 109.

1637, 343 :

despatches to, 160n, 164, 219n, 220n, 274n, 285n, 329n, 334n.

Beveren can get nothing from about triple alliance, 142.

regrets plight of Parma and suspicious about Venice sending ambassador to emperor, 147.

says French treaty on point of conclusion, 146
-, comment on Savoy's claim to royal title, 148.

Correr speaks to about della Nave affair, 163
-, asks king to suspend judgment about, 165.

at Council upon della Nave affair, 168
-, sees Correr upon, 168-170
-, charge against Correr, 169
-, formulates demands upon case, 171, 179
-, further demands, 180, 205, 206.

shows Correr despatches for Fielding, 174
-, Correr remonstrates with, 178
-, overruled by king, 181
-, Correr's offices with approved, 184, 188.

long conference with Oate, 182
-, Oate objects to as commissioner, king defends, 186.

condemns French dilatoriness over treaty, 182.

Correr to inform of fresh Fielding incident, 186
-, Correr informs, 207
-, shows Correr copy of Fielding's account, 208.

instructions about Nave affair unacceptable to Fielding, 195n.

Fielding writes to about thanking Venice, 210
-, instructions to Fielding about French treaty, 275n.

Correr informs of satisfaction in Nave affair, 226
-, note to Gerbier upon Monsigot, 278n.

thanks Correr for not calling on Rey, 283
-, supports Rey's request for audience, 294
-, talk with Correr on Italian affairs, 310.

receives Fielding's report of shooting affair, 324, 339
-, informs king, 325
-, opinion on Fielding, 339, 340.

treats with Morocco ambassador, 327.

1638 :

despatches of, 371n.

despatches to, 355n, 357n, 360n, 407n, 411n, 466n, 467n.

Zonca speaks to about shooting affair, 356
-, Zonca to see about Giustinian's reception, 364, 435.

speaks resentfully of French delay over treaty, 359
-, informs Bellievre that no business till naval disputes settled, 373.

Zonca speaks to about successor to Fielding, 389
-, informs Oate of release of goods, 411
-, commissioner to decide about sequestration, 413.

refers to loss of Jupiter, 442n
-, condemns Symonds, 474
-, sends Giustinian instructions to Crow, 478.

1639 :

despatches to, 491n, 494n, 496n, 544n.

contradicts report of negotiations at Brussels, 489
-, assurances to Giustinian about, 553
-, to write to Correr about, 561.

instructions to Gerbier about Providence, 490n
-, instructions to Crow, 491, 492.

intercedes with king for Cardenas, 498
-, sent on king's letters to Fielding, 499n
-, sets out for York, 515.

appointed to hear Scots' proposals, 541
-, to receive and burn Scottish papers, 569.

Colaert, Jacques, Captain Collart :

commands squadron from Spain for Dunkirk, 223.

Colemberg. See Pallandt, Floris, count of Culenborgh.

Coligny, Gaspard de, sieur de Chatillon, marshal of France, marshal de Sciattillon :

takes Leicester to audience, 1
-, captures Damvilliers, 315.

difficulties at siege of St. Omer, 422
-, letter to king about Scottish Jesuit, 423n.

Collart, John, physician :

certificate for Giustinian, 603, 604.

- See also Colaert.

Cologne, Germany :

news from, 116, 122.

conference at, 532 :

legate sent to, 38n, 78
-, Senneterre speaks to Charles about, 54.

England considers sending to, 76, 84, 100, 109
-, idea abandoned, 97.

England desires happy issue, 100
-, French seek to avoid obstacles at, 106.

Venetian envoy to, 104
-, Arundel may stay at, 114, 118, 122.

things moving towards peace at, 112
-, question of Palatine may be referred to, 118.

Dutch delay passports to Spanish ministers for, 131
-, Venice promises to support Palatine's interests at, 152.

England to send minister to, 156
-, emperor's death stays sending, 167.

French wish Venice represented at, 158
-, Venice asks Sweden to send to, 172, 199.

Charles wants to be invited to send to, 172, 199
-, Charles criticises, 182
-, Venetian response to suggestion, 189
-, Correr invites Charles to send to, reply, 212
-, Correr denies invitation, 238.

Avaux en route for, 210
-, England glad of delay of, 215.

Fielding's office on sending minister to, 221
-, attitude of Venice to, 222
-, Pesaro excused from attending, 237.

Hamburg negotiations to be completed at, 234
-, nothing to be expected from, 247.

Sweden unlikely to send to, 244
-, England unwilling to carry Palatine's affairs to, 245
-, why Sweden does not send to, 268.

French will not agree to if princes and towns excluded, 247
-, Oate accuses French of delaying, 252, 264.

Austrians scheme to transfer negotiations to Rome, 254, 274n.

Roe may be sent to, 405
-, John Louis of Nassau going to, 522.

Olivares holds out hopes of satisfaction at, 418
-, might have disposed emperor to peace, 522.

question of Palatine attending, 487
-, Palatine's exclusion from not to prevent Brussels meeting, 517.

efforts to have exclusion decree abolished at, 493.

English ambassadors at Paris want passports for Palatine to attend, 526
-, emperor agrees to Palatine attending, 574
-, Giustinian informs king of, 585, 586.

Common Pleas, Court of :

justices of. See Crawley, Sir Edward
-, Finch, Sir John
-, Hutton, Sir Richard
-, Vernon, Sir George.

Company of the Brazils, Dutch :

capture fort St. George in Guinea, 357.

Compigne [Oise, France] :

despatch dated at, 414.

Compton, Spencer, earl of Northampton :

accompanies Palatine brothers to Hague, 237n.

Cond, Prince of. See Bourbon Cond, Henry II., prince of.

Conde duque. See Guzman, Gaspar de, Count of Olivares.

Coneo. See Conn.

confessor, of duchess of Savoy. See Monod, Pre.

-, of queen of Hungary. See Quiroga, Diego.

-, of queen Henrietta Maria. See Philips, Robert.

Confidence, Seguranza, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 452, 453.

Conn, George, Giorgio Coneo, Cuneo, canon of St. John Lateran, papal minister to England :

resigns canonicate before leaving Rome, 303
-, characteristics, 303.

1636 :

arrival, introduced by Panzani, 39
-, sent to get English Catholics released from oath, 69
-, brings presents for queen, 69, 70.

reports reception of legate by Venice, 78
-, proceeds with deliberation, visits ambassadors, 92
-, avoids Correr, 97.

efforts to improve position of Catholics, 97, 120
-, Panzani leaves in charge, 119, 303
-, Venice glad to know of operations, 135.

1637 :

visit to Correr, 148
-, Correr extracts information about operations from, 149.

negotiations about oath of allegiance, 149
-, hopeful of success, spurs on du Perron and Father Philips, 150
-, free intercourse at Court, 217.

declares Arundel cannot confer with legate at Cologne, 156
-, negotiations about trade with States of the Church, 216.

pleased at du Perron's return, 266
-, question of red hat for, 272.

suspected of encouraging Laud against Scots, 273
-, closely watched, 274
-, actions excite suspicion, 277
-, too intimate with Jesuits, 303.

charged with converting countess of Newport, feeling against, 319
-, distressed by decree against Catholics, 324.

1638 :

chagrin at proclamation against Catholics, 358
-, Laud urges dismissal from Court and country, 359
-, Charles intimates to go, 419
-, Charles confers with about attitude of Turks, 479.

1639 :

offers help of Catholics against Scots, 506
-, tries to get second contribution, 535, 545.

despatches to, 507n
-, Rossetti comes to replace, 570
-, leaves with rich gifts, 572.

Constant Reformation, royal ship :

equipped, but lacks captain, 60.

Constantini, Vicenzo, notary of the Avogadoria, 530.

Constantinople [Turkey], 487 :

news from, 491, 497, 562, 564.

losses suffered by merchants at, 361
-, English ships at, 408.

arrival of Crow at, with wife and merchants, 466
-, Bailo arrested at, 470.

despatches to frequently delayed and lost, 478
-, news of communicated to Fielding, 517, 518.

Consulage :

English ambassador at Constantinople to insist on from all English ships, 396
-, claims for, 408, 409
-, Wyche quarrels with Crow over, 544n.

Consuls, English, at Aleppo. See Wainsford, John.

English, at Cyprus. See Glover, Richard.

English, general for Italy. See Pelegrini, Andrea, count of Pelgia.

English, at Zante. See Burdet, William (acting)
-, Symonds, Thomas.

Venetian, at Cyprus. See Orlandini.

Contarini, Alvise, Venetian Bailo (Ambassador) at Constantinople :

despatches to the Senate, 139, 250, 396, 408, 431, 445, 448, 466, 471, 501, 544, 558.

opposes English getting exclusive reduction of duties at Cyprus, 250, 431
-, will not interfere about English consulage, 408.

sometime ambassador in England, 226.

imprisoned by Sultan's order, 465, 476, 487, 514
-, Talbot informed of arrest, 470.

exchanges compliments with Crow, 466
-, Crow to protest against arrest, 492, 514
-, Wyche remonstrates with Caimecan and Bustanghi about, 544
-, no help from foreign ministers, 558.

Contarini, Alvise, de Nicolo, Venetian Ambassador in France, 51 :

despatches to the Senate, 1, 4, 10, 14, 18, 23, 36, 48, 56, 64, 71, 79, 83, 89, 93, 95, 101, 108, 111, 114, 117, 128, 131, 164, 174, 179, 191, 195, 204, 220, 233, 236, 240, 244, 255, 257, 260, 262, 268, 272, 280, 284, 289, 308, 312, 325, 328, 342, 346, 355, 358, 360, 366, 371, 372.

may forward Anglo French treaty, 238
-, to proceed to Spain, 239
-, Correr to arrange with about move, 253
-, Olivares informed of offices with Richelieu, 366.

communications with Correr, 52, 97, 104, 172.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, 441 :

despatches to the Senate, 399, 401, 418, 420, 434, 437, 442, 458, 486, 495, 498, 503, 511, 532, 549, 553, 563, 583, 595, 599, 604.

intercession asked for Egmont, 430.

Contarini, Anzolo, Proveditore of the Sanita :

report on Watts case, 286.

Contarini, Lorenzo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 133.

Contarini, Marin, Savio alla Mercanzia, 30, 58.

Contarini, Piero, Venetian ambassador extraordinary in England :

no special treatment for, 505.

contributions. See impositions.

Convertive, royal ship :

Morocco ambassador sails on, 393n, 400n.

Conway, Edward, viscount, secretary of state, 216, 352.

-, Canoe, Edward, second viscount Conway :

desires Venetian embassy, 216, 352, 360, 388.

Copenhagen [Denmark], 220n.

Corbie [Somme, France] :

surrendered to Spaniards, 67
-, English watch situation with anxiety, 100
-, retaken by Soissona, 100n
-, congratulations on recovery, 111.

governor of. See Bellefourire, Maximilian de, sieur de Soyecourt.

Corfu, Levant island :

Aquila, son Zuanne and Boldu sent to, 508, 529-532.

Proveditore of, 508.

despatch dated at, 74.

corn :

Hyde supplied to Zante and Cephalonia in time of famine, 528.

Cornaro, Federigo, Cardinal, patriarch of Venice :

has word of proposed congress at Rome, 274n
-, negotiating adjustment between Venice and pope, 362.

Corner, Bartolomeo, Proveditore of the Fleet :

report on Turner, 369.

-, Ferigo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 133.

Cornwall, co. :

duke of La Valette lands in, 469n, 472.

Correr, Corraro, Anzolo, Venetian Ambassador in England, 89, 333 :

despatches to the Senate, 1, 4, 7, 11, 14, 15, 19, 21, 23, 32, 36, 38, 40, 44, 46, 51, 53, 59, 62, 66, 68, 72, 75, 80, 81, 83, 86, 90, 93, 95, 96, 99, 103, 106, 108, 112, 114, 118, 119, 122, 124, 126, 129, 133, 135, 140, 145, 148, 151, 152, 155, 158, 161, 164, 167, 168, 170, 172, 175, 176, 178, 180, 181, 186, 189, 193, 198, 206, 209, 212, 215, 216, 218, 222, 225-227, 229, 234, 236, 237, 240, 244, 245, 248, 251, 255, 258, 261, 263, 264, 269, 270, 273, 276, 281, 282, 287, 293, 309, 315, 317, 321-323, 325, 333, 340.

despatch to the Council of Ten, 101.

communications with Contarini, 52, 97, 104, 172.

communications with Giustinian, 33, 220.

servant arrested for killing Englishman, 276n, 339
-, received by Viscount Grandison at coming, 323
-, reception and treatment, 438.

1636 :

sends coach to meet Zawadski, 6
-, decision to follow Court approved, 7
-, goes to Chertsey before Court leaves, 9.

talks of Polish match with Windebank, 15
-, Rowlandson calls on, 22.

Curtius asks for information about negotiations at imperial court, 19
-, and Beveren also, 33.

remonstrates with Gatwood about treatment of Persian, 25
-, speaks to king for Persian, 34.

question of relations with Oate, 33, 39, 77, 80, 105, 123
-, Finet intervenes to facilitate, 37, 38, 46, 61, 88, 97.

following king from place to place, 40
-, efforts to get Mansell's glass monopoly limited, 41, 42.

informal talk with king at Bradford, 44-46
-, goes hunting with king, 46.

receives pocket pistols for Persian, 53
-, consigns them to him, 116.

takes cipher from Rossi, 61
-, sends it to Michiel, 85, 88.

Coke asks frequently for news of Italy, 64
-, congratulates king on escape from accident, 66.

Joachimi asks to urge financial help for Dutch, 72
-, urges Beveren to maintain good relations with England, 105.

sends secretary to Oate, 80, 81
-, who holds back, 81, 85, 88, 92, 94, 97, 98, 128
-, Necolaldi does not visit, 95.

relations with Palatine, 87, 94
-, asks for a successor to be appointed, 95
-, successor chosen, 105
-, tells king of choice of Giustinian, 128.

Conn reserved with, 92, 97
-, Panzani friendly with, 92
-, French ambassadors seem suspicious of, 96.

letter of Finet to about Oate, 98
-, tells king of appointment of Pesaro, 100
-, returning to London, 116
-, chosen ambassador to France, 123.

1637 :

relations with Oate, 131, 148, 190, 214, 220, 226, 227
-, instructions to about, 166, 212, 214, 229
-, commended, 242.

returning to London with cessation of plague, 135, 137.

to see king about Nave affair, 140
-, audience of king on, 161-163
-, speaks to Coke and Arundel about, 163.

Conn visits at length, 148
-, meets Palatine, 152
-, congratulates king on birth of princess, 178.

advantage of Fielding over, 163
-, Hamilton accuses of misrepresenting facts, 165.

secretaries formulate demands to, 168-172, 179, 180, 205, 206
-, sees king again about Nave, 170, 171.

accused of making trouble because dissatisfied, 169, 170
-, sees Holland about Nave affair, 178
-, and Arundel, 179
-, complains to Arundel and Laud about demands, 181.

ill, 191, 194, 229, 239
-, asks for coadjutor, 194
-, allowance for couriers, 280.

instructions about Nave, 193
-, reparation offered by insufficient, 195.

informs king of mutilating affair, 206, 207
-, and ministers, 207, 208.

urges king to send representative to Cologne, 212
-, Fielding refers to, 221
-, instructions upon, 222.

questioned about Fielding affair, reply, 220
-, audience of king about satisfaction given, 225
-, informs Arundel, secretaries and Lady Denbigh, 226.

king speaks to about Valtelline, 225
-, pumps king about Gravelines, 226.

Oate ordered to give parity to, 229
-, Oate makes overtures to, 229
-, responds to visit, 236
-, calls on Oate, 236
-, Oate returns call, 246
-, commended for handling of case, 248, 253.

denies inviting king to send to Cologne, 238.

not following Court, 239
-, instructed to leave for France, 239, 244, 253
-, credentials and instructions sent to, 260.

ministers take exception to intimacy with Oate, 241
-, reassures, 242.

Palatine's agent approaches about acting as mediator, 244, 261
-, reply to approved, 253.

goes to stay at Richmond, 249
-, lady Denbigh thanks, 262.

leave taking, 249, 257, 270
-, congratulates queen on recovery, 269
-, friendly talk of king with, 269, 270.

Oate talks to on European affairs, 252
-, Necolalde does not visit, 256, 271.

Oate asks advice on Franchi affair, 263
-, Oate shows desire for confidential relations with, 264.

avoids calling on Polish ambassador, 279
-, thanked for not calling, 283.

arranges for final audience, 282
-, postponed for garter ceremony, 289.

may complain of insolence of Fielding's servants, 291n.

final audience, knighted, 293
-, departure, 316, 327
-, present to, 319.

relation of England, 295-308.

Coke speaks with on Italian affairs, 310
-, Oate discusses Mantua with, 311.

Windebank sees about Piazza affair, 322
-, enquiries about, 324
-, Hamilton speaks to upon, 326.

visit to Bellievre, 325, 326
-, weather bound at Rye, 333, 334, 339-341, 344.

king's letter to doge upon, 328
-, ill, 339, 340
-, long stay after leave taking resented, 349
-, patent of knighthood, 432.

-, -, secretary of. See Zonca, Francesco.

Correr, Anzolo, Venetian ambassador in France, 440, 553 :

Zonca to follow, 269
-, public entry, 358
-, Zonca asks to be excused serving, 378
-, Lazari acting as secretary, 378.

Zonca sends Muranese glass workers to, 391.

arguments with Richelieu about passports, 487, 493
-, Coke asks for information about passports, 489.

representations to Richelieu about Prince Casimir, 508
-, offices with Fielding about Brussels negotiations, Coke to write to, 561.

despatches to the Senate, 355, 358, 360, 366, 371, 375, 379, 383, 389, 391, 394, 401, 405, 409, 411, 414, 422, 425, 428, 431, 437, 441, 455, 457, 458, 465, 466, 469, 470, 475, 478, 480, 486, 487, 493, 496, 501, 502, 504, 508, 511, 513, 525, 533, 538-540, 557, 560, 561, 572, 578, 588, 591, 593, 596, 597, 601, 605.

communications with Zonca, 406, 412.

communications with Giustinian, 489, 538, 540.

-, -, secretary of. See Lazari.

Corua, Corunna, [Galicia, Spain], 416 :

Oate sailed from, in Victory, 263, 383, 384
-, Bonaventure at, 363
-, Aston to take ship home from, 390, 391, 396, 420
-, Hopton to land at, 396
-, Oate travels by, 442.

Dunkirk fleet sailing for, 507
-, English ships taking Spanish troops to, 563
-, Oquendo's fleet sails from, 573, 574n.

Cottington, Francis Lord :

in disgrace for sending money to Flanders, 59
-, one of the inner circle of the Cabinet, 209n
-, Olivares counts on devotion to Spain, 498, 503.

Council, the Privy :

1636 :

discuss Dutch fisheries and despatches from Germany, 36, 37
-, king assembles unexpectedly about Palatine's affairs, 51
-, king absents himself from, 60.

members in pay of Spain, 59
-, Windebank takes place freely in, 94
-, in no hurry to discuss French proposals, 67
-, exclusively occupied with Palatine's affairs, 75
-, discuss them for a week, 86.

to be held at Theobalds, 88
-, king leaves at Windsor, 90.

want Arundel to stay on and see promises fulfilled, 103
-, Arundel leaves in spite of, 109.

discuss giving Palatine independent force, 104
-, king busy in over Beveren's remonstrances and Danby's letter, 112.

1637 :

Arundel to draw up report of negotiations for, 130
-, Arundel's statement to, 133.

decide to supply fleet for Palatine, 141
-, averse from open war, 146.

difficulty in giving answer to Sengel, 161
-, meet upon Nave case, 168
-, consider Correr making trouble, 169
-, decide on demands to make, 171.

discuss question of helping Sweden, 173
-, Swedish terms discussed in, 190, 193.

consider ambassador superfluous at Venice, 175
-, consider expedition against Madagascar, 184.

the six of the inner circle, 209.

Palatine's queries laid before, 235, 237
-, answer, 237
-, alarmed at Beveren's departure, 249.

decree maintenance of ceremonies in Scotland, 277
-, chiefly occupied with Scotland, 288.

will not plunge rashly into war, 288
-, Rey speaks to members of about audience, 288.

discussion on turning Spanish reverses to advantage, 293.

desire reconciliation of Savoy and Venice, 311
-, glad to relieve Venice of Fielding, 351.

order against Catholics, 324.

1638 :

surprised at French conduct over treaty, 359.

appeal to, over seizure of ships, 373
-, not to give opinion unless asked, 377.

sheriffs reprimanded by for slackness over ship money, 377.

king consults about attack on Algiers, 377
-, case of Carr laid before, 397.

go with king to Newmarket, 378
-, going to Greenwich before dispersing, 422.

direct Taylor to stay on, 385
-, reception of Giustinian referred to, 435.

Scots forbidden to petition, 392
-, king did not consult about Scottish affairs, 393
-, angry speech of king in saying Laud not responsible, 393
-, ship money discussed in, 426.

lords of, on commission for Oate Stewart case, 413
-, feeling against Fielding in, 469.

shipowners petition against Dutch ravages, 427
-, king not pleased at readiness to grant letters of marque, 442.

king informs of Scotch troubles, does not ask opinion, 435
-, Hamilton sent back to Scotland after frequent discussions in, 455.

propose to strengthen Berwick, 469
-, hauteur of queen mother to, 471
-, induce king to discountenance La Valette, 473.

decide Hamilton shall remain in Scotland, 484.

1639 :

Charles consults about message from Scots, 492
-, divided about parley with Scots, 499.

order in for nobles etc. to repair to homes, 499n : order return of foreigners, 516n.

in king's absence to report to queen every week, 525
-, Leicester admitted to, 541
-, Lord Goring admitted to, 571.

persuade king not to go to Scotland, 561
-, Joachimi protests to about seizure of warships, 562.

uncertain about position in Downs but inclined to favour Spaniards, 577
-, Joachimi accuses of partiality for Spaniards, 579
-, differences of opinion in, 581
-, Dutch have supporters in, 587.

discuss raising money for campaign against Scots, 596
-, grants king loan, 602
-, pay their share promptly, 605.

king consults about calling parliament, 601.

-, clerk to the. See Nicholas, Edward.

-, of Scotland. See under Scotland.

Councils, church :

Laud has collection made of, with idea of publishing, 156
-, Anglicans acknowledge pope's right to convoke, 303.

Count duke. See Guzman, Gaspar de, count of Olivares.

Couriers, 249, 388, 390, 418, 423, 426, 440, 557 :

allowance to ambassadors for, 157, 239, 253, 280, 437, 557.

interruption of, 137, 161, 163, 166, 188, 242, 251, 340, 371, 380, 386.

votes for, 176, 470, 520.

robbed, 351.

French suspicions of English to Spain, 389, 391.

See also Basford
-, Bassi, Iseppi
-, Ponchini, Andrea.

Court :

prepared for reunion with Rome, 303.

1636 :

moving to Oatlands, 9
-, opinion of condemns treatment of Zawadski, 13
-, not sanguine about Polish match, 15
-, talk of match dies away, 21.

opinion that diet should be prevented, 16
-, joy at seizure of French frigates, 23
-, dismayed and ashamed at return of Dutch busses unmolested, 38.

takes no notice of Aytona's son, 25
-, crowding of Persian merchant at, 25
-, Oate careless about offending, 63.

glass monoply injurious to, 41
-, disquieted at king's secret despatches to ambassadors, 51
-, Silvio ignored at, 60.

joy at fleet taking toll of Dutch fishermen, 52
-, divides, on progress, 53
-, embarrassed by drought, 61.

secrets of supplied to Austrians by ministers, 66.

Baron of Bec and Sieur de Soyecourt desire to come to, 67
-, Windebank back at, 73, 94
-, Rupert enjoys amenities, 107.

curious about effect of seizure of Spanish money at Dover, 83
-, curious about Oate's audience, 87.

violent clamour against Austria in, 83, 84
-, sceptial about Radolti's letter from emperor, 87
-, princes of Hesse leave, 92.

curious about issue of French treaty, 90
-, amazed at Oate's indifference to French negotiations, 105.

gossip in about Monsieur and Soissons, 109
-, fluttered by Danby's letter, 111.

likely to resume intercourse with London, as plague diminishing, 116.

1637 :

impression at by election of king of Romans, 123
-, full of rumours about Arundel's report to king, 127.

regret at Pougny's death, 128
-, criticism of Oate, 156.

returning to London as plague ceasing, 135, 148
-, king gives free access at, 137.

Correr tries to remove suspicion about appointment of Grimani, 147
-, will not countenance royal claims of Savoy, 148.

suspicions of French league with Austria, 153
-, object to Radolti's manner of taking leave, 156.

pleased at Dutch fisherman taking out licences, 159.

disconcerted by Danish naval claims, 159
-, arrival of Sengel at, 161
-, consider Correr making trouble, 169.

regret dispute with Swedish ambassador at Paris, 160
-, Nave affair not being discussed at, 161
-, full of Nave affair, 165
-, opinion in about, 171, 175.

fresh alarm about plague, 177
-, aggrieved that not informed of emperor's death, 182.

engrossed with Madagascar enterprise, 184
-, Rupert prefers to arms, 194, 223.

believe Oate acting without instructions, 186
-, Oate speaks disparagingly of, 236.

talk of Mendnor affair at, 200
-, Belaw arrives at, 219.

about to leave London, 216
-, away to avoid plague, 236, 239
-, disbanded, for progress, 249, 275.

papal minister moves freely at, 218
-, full of report that Conn to have red hat, 272
-, hides suspicions of Conn, 274.

annoyed at departure of Senneterre and Beveren, 251
-, laugh at Necolalde's claims, 256.

busy with affair of Polish ambassador, 270
-, will not be received at, 273.

queen mother intends to come to, 275
-, suspense about king's intentions with Monsigot, 281.

duchess of Chevreuse reported at, 278
-, no further news of, 288.

pleased with success at Sallee, 281.

returning to London for winter, 282, 312
-, at Greenwich, for launch of Sovereign of the Seas, 282.

Richelieu taxes with creating obstacles, 284
-, decides easily but moves slowly, 316.

believe reverses will induce Spaniards to give satisfaction to Palatine, 289
-, acclaim Swedish successes against Galas, 315.

mourning for duke of Savoy, 315
-, disgust at aspersions on duchess, 318
-, efforts to get Conn removed from, 319.

feeling about Fielding incidents at, 324
-, edified by Correr's qualities, 327
-, delight at Bellievre's coming, 326.

1638 :

festivities at, 354
-, king's masque at, 359
-, away from London, 380.

efforts to get Conn dismissed from, 359
-, Traquair summoned to, 362.

French alliance vaunted at, 359
-, pleased at news of French queen's pregnancy, 371.

displeased with Fielding's conduct at Venice, 363
-, poor opinion of Fielding, 420.

Scots at regret king's violence, 380
-, bad news suppressed at, 387.

preparations for Chevreuse at, 385
-, reception of Chevreuse, 407
-, and entertainment, 410.

returns to London, 388
-, going to Windsor and Greenwich, 416, 422, 433.

pleased at Swedish successes, 393
-, belief in foreign incitement of Scots, 418.

Oate weary of, 411
-, Chevreuse making trouble at, 417, 424
-, disturbed by question of Chevreuse sitting, 421.

sanguine about Scottish affairs, 432
-, anxious at absence of news from Hamilton, 447
-, resentment with Giustinian, 469n.

steps taken for Lorraine in, 469.

1639 :

changes in appointments, old servants dismissed, 495
-, Joachimi and Bellievre prepare to follow, 499
-, sets out for York, 515.

Council of Scotland addresses seditious paper to, 506
-, Wentworth comes to, 578.

opinion waited upon Cardenas' proposals, 545
-, presents to Conn, 572.

long stay of Chevreuse at excites suspicion, 560
-, go to meet king at Theobalds, 563
-, Palatine enjoying pleasures of, 571.

bribery the best way of doing business at, 577
-, recreations occupy attention, 594.

Couzires, near Montbazon [Indre et Loire, France] :

duchess of Chevreuse flees from, 268n.

Covenant, the Scottish :

drawn up in answer to king's proclamations, 392
-, signing of, 399
-, numbers registered under, 407
-, Scots refuse to annul, 433.

those who refuse to subscribe expelled from country, 512
-, signed by Huntly and Catholic royalists, 535, 539.

king's reply to Lords of, 555
-, Scots renew, 558
-, leading men of submit to king proposals for parliament, 559
-, Scots intend to maintain, 562.

Coveney, co. Cambridge :

disturbance at over reclaimed lands, 430n.

Coventry, Thomas lord, Lord Keeper, keeper of the Great Seal :

slanderer of punished, 424
-, discussed question of ship money in Council, 426
-, expected removal, as a Puritan, 571.

Cracouw, Cracou, Carel Carelzoon, Dutch ambassador in Denmark:

suggested to go to Hamburg, 268
-, chosen, 400.

Cranfield Lionel, earl of Middlesex :

letters to, 126n, 436n, 577n.

Craven, William lord, lord di Crever :

promises 30,000l. for Palatine's fleet, 141
-, few follow example, 174.

accompanies Palatine Princes to Hague, 237n
-, devotion to Palatine house, 410.

wealth of, 410
-, fortune devoted to Palatine's service, 580.

captured at Gohfeld, 469
-, escaped by paying ransom, 580.

accompanies Palatine to France, 580
-, stopped at Paris, 592.

Crawley, Sir Edward, justice of the court of Common Pleas :

judgment in Hampden case, 370.

Crecente, viscount de. See Acua, Antonio de.

Crequy, duke of. See Blanchefort de Crequy, Charles de.

Crete, Candia, island :

efforts to encourage trade with, 319, 320, 340, 348, 361
-, English merchants objections to, 344.

merchants incline to trade with, 351
-, reduction of duties at, 361.

muscat wine from English ships for, 399, 402
-, market for tallow at, 448.

duke and captains in, 319.

Proveditore General in, 320.

Crever, lord. See Craven, William, lord.

Crichi. See Blanchefort de Crequy.

Crick, co. Northants, 424n.

Croats :

driven from Hesse Cassel, 219.

Croft, Mr. :

sent to England by Leicester, 213.

Croke, Sir George, justice of the King's Bench :

judgment in ship money case, 409, 410.

Crow, Lady Mary, wife of Sir Sackville Crow :

accompanies husband to Constantinople, 466.

Crow, Sir Sackville, Safilero, English ambassador to the Porte, 470 :

arrival at Constantinople, first difficulties, 466
-, Bailo keeps informed, 471.

to support Venice in Valona affair, 474, 485
-, instructions for, 478, 483, 491, 492
-, to make strong representations to Porte, 488, 491, 492, 514, 522, 544.

Venetian thanks for letter to, 483, 498
-, Bailo gets no help from, 558.

Wyche to show king's letter about Venice, 501
-, quarrel with Wyche over consulage, 544.

unable to see Sultan and harshly used by Caimecan, 558
-, Giustinian gets orders to repeated, 562.

Cuch. See Coke.

Culenborgh, count of. See Pallandt, Floris.

Cuneo. See Conn.

Cunningham, Sir David :

king sends to inform queen of hopes of agreement with Scots, 551n.

Curia, Roman Court :

Anglicans refuse to accept, 303.

currants :

value of farm of duties, 27
-, report of Savii alla Mercanzia on trade facilities, 27-29
-, report of Proveditore upon, 30.

petition of English merchants concerning, 31
-, decrees of Senate in reply to, 43, 44.

judgment of Pisani on trading facilities, 31, 32
-, extra ports of lading for, 57, 61.

Five Savii to put up to auction duty on, 61
-, crop at Cephalonia ruined by earthquake, 85.

Senate's decisions about stimulate English trade in, 94
-, duty paid on, in England, 388
-, heavy Venetian charges on, 403.

Levant Company's new arrangements for trade, 402n
-, wholesale price of, 403
-, quantity produced at Zante, 531.

withdrawal of English may ruin trade, 438
-, importance of to people of Zante and Cephalonia, 569.

Hyde charged with owing money on account of, 450
-, Hyde's accounts, details of exports in English ships, 452-455.

Symonds tries to have sole purchasing of, at fixed price, 462
-, planned by Levant Co., 463.

export restricted because of superabundance in England, 464.

report on prices in Cephalonia, 475
-, amount produced and consumption, 538.

Hyde's farm of duty on, 528
-, charge of Hyde against Aquila and Boldu concerning duty on, 529, 530.

Symonds claims to have benefited trade in, 531
-, Symonds sole buyer at very low prices, 537
-, purchase of to be under supervision, 569.

desirability of reducing plantations, 538
-, interest of state to sell, 564.

exported to England from Turkish dominions, 549
-, trade developed there by Levant Co., 549.

Curtius, Curzio, William, secretary of the Prince Palatine, agent of the Palatine :

asks Correr about negotiations at Vienna, 19, 20, 33
-, reports emperor's offer of Lower Palatinate, 94.

suggests Correr shall act as mediator, 244
-, action by previous arrangement, 252
-, approaches Correr again, 261.

Correr's reply to approved, 253, 272.

rejoining prince in Holland, 357
-, sent as English minister to Princes of Germany, 600.

-, See also Kurz.

Curzio
-, See Curtius
-, Kurz.

customs :

Charles derives considerable revenue from, 146
-, collection from ships in Downs injures trade, 210.

Cyprus, island :

English move for reduction of duties at, 250
-, reduction obtained, 408, 431
-, withdrawn, 409.

claims of Savoy to, 356, 367n
-, Savoy offended Venice by taking title of king of, 519.

Glover recognised as consul at, 431.