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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demand for Giustinian to be received by, 323, 349, 363-365, 389, 434, 435, 440, 472.
at Zante, 83
-, at Cephalonia, 85.
East Indies :
Providence captured on return from, 490.
Eberhard III, duke of Wirtemberg :
suggested cession of duchy to Palatine, at death, 43.
Ebersberg, Ebersperch :
despatch dated at, 18.
Ecembergh. See Eggenberg.
Edinburgh, Scotland :
riots in against liturgy, 259
-, Charles threatens to withdraw law courts and Council from, 379
-, exempted from pardon, 387.
king's proclamation to, 392
-, Hamilton not allowed to enter, 426
-, Hamilton's entry, 432.
Scottish union to meet at, 418
-, Court anxious for news of, 443.
Scots prepare to defend from sea attack, 512
-, Scots capture castle, 520, 524.
king offers to attend parliament at, 520
-, to establish terms of agreement with king at, 551.
Scots bring royal insignia from Dalkeith to, 535
-, Scots make castle defenceless, 558.
king expected to attend parliament at, 554
-, doubtful, 559
-, commissioner to attend for king, 561.
Scots issue seditious protest from, 561
-, Scots open synod at, 569.
-, bishop of. See Lindsay, David.
-, river of. See Forth, Firth of.
Edward II, king of England :
composition for forests with, 299.
Edward III, king of England :
composition for forests with, 299.
Edward, Prince Palatine :
goes to Paris, 360
-, may not cover before king, 366
-, audience arranged, 372.
difficulty about audience with queen, 372.
Ee, Jean Francois van der, burgomaster (amman) of Brussels :
searches house of queen mother, 261.
Eggenberg, Ecembergh, John Anthony Prince of :
mission to Rome, 290.
Egmont, Louis count of :
arrives in England, 427
-, wants help to recover estates, 428, 430, 434.
letter to the doge, 430
-, waiting to see king, 434
-, proposed travels, 434
-, treats with Cardenas about affairs, 436.
offers services to Venice, 546
-, accomplishments, terms likely to be moderate, 560.
Ehrenbreitstein, Hermestain [Coblence, Germany] :
taken by John de Weerdt, 243.
Elbe, River :
emperor abolishes tolls at petition of Hamburgers, 188
-, Danish arrangement with emperor over tolls feared, 220
-, Denmark uses tolls question as pretext against Hamburg, 223.
Eleanora, wife of the Emperor Ferdinand II, the empress :
Arundel pays complimentary visit to, 17.
-, -, chief steward of. See Gonzaga, Don Annibal.
electoral vote, electorship :
promised by emperor to Palatine at Bavaria's death, 17
-, English require, 56.
Bavaria will not surrender, 17, 18
-, Arundel to resist confirmation to Bavaria, 21
-, too difficult to get, 52.
England threatens if confirmed to Bavaria, 65
-, difficulty because of Bavaria, 118.
French promise to get for Palatine, 82
-, secret article in Anglo French treaty about, 96.
efforts to persuade Arundel to put on one side, 102, 103.
suggested that Palatine and Bavaria hold jointly, 117
-, French willing that Bavaria shall hold for life, 147
-, suggestion to hold alternately, 181, 191, 215.
France to fight Austria till recovered for Palatine, 152
-, England to insist on restoration, 182
-, Sweden to fight for restitution to Palatine, 190.
Charles willing Bavaria shall hold for life, 234
-, Bavaria must hold as bulwark of catholicism, 306.
emperor had no power to deprive Palatine of, 306
-, Saxony and Brandenburg opposed transfer, 306
-, perpetual exclusion from at Ratisbon, 338.
England agrees to Bavaria keeping, 503
-, Taylor's opinion about, 508
-, not specified in arrangement with Austria, 541.
electors. See under empire.
Elizabeth, Queen of England :
did not claim sovereignty at sea, 122
-, Warwick contrasts rule with that of Charles, 124.
negotiations with Denmark about northern fisheries, 159.
valour of English under, 296
-, Virginia acquired under, 304
-, did what she liked by cajoling people, 308.
treaty with Morocco for cloth trade, 400
-, barons received ambassadors in time of, 434.
Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, Princess Palatine :
conversation of Zawadski with, 3, 6n
-, thinks Poland crying off, 11, 71.
Charles writes assurances to, 4, 7, 16
-, fears that England will do nothing serious, 16.
declares Charles will not trouble Dutch, 50
-, distressed at action against fishermen, 58.
may suffer through English harshness to Dutch, 52, 53
-, announces coming of Ponickau, 57n
-, relieved by Arundel's vigour, 78.
Arundel reports to, expects good news from England, 62
-, Arundel writes to of Poland marrying emperor's daughter, 71
-, Arundel blamed for devotion to, 102.
denies that English escorted Spaniards to Dunkirk, 70.
believes Charles will take action, 89, 108
-, and hopes for protest against election of king of the Romans, 90.
torn between hopes and fears, 95
-, Arundel to confer with about terms, 102
-, says Arundel left in dudgeon, 108.
expecting Arundel, very sanguine, 114, 115
-, praises Arundel for looking after interests, 118
-, Arundel told that difficulties came from Bavaria, 132.
speaks confidently, but losing heart, 124
-, expects definite action by England, 129
-, news of resolutions sent to, 134, 145
-, Beveren confirms report, 151.
hopes fading, says not necessary for England to declare, 139.
expects Rupert to have an army, 145
-, hopeful of English action and French alliance, 166
-, says France not playing fair, 181.
tells Orange that Palatine's coming to ask for help, 192
-, urges son to come to Holland, 199.
tries to reassure Dutch about English fleet, 205
-, says fishermen will not be molested, 226.
asks king not to give son fleet but send to Germany, 227.
informed of conclusion of Anglo French treaty, 234
-, doubtful of issue 234
-, admits ratification depends on Swedes and Dutch, 240.
debts due to Denmark ceded to for grandmother's jewels, 236.
Palatine to make arrangement with Dutch by advice of, 237.
great popularity in England, 271.
Palatine leaves camp to visit 281
-, hopes of Palatine's success in field, 287.
advises son to take Hesse's army, 315
-, Rey has commissions to, 325
-, Charles writes to promising munitions to prince, 400.
writes to king about son's plans, 419
-, wants to enlist French help, 422.
receives news of Gohfeld defeat, 467
-, writes upon it to England and presses for help, 473
-, writes of Rupert's captivity and asks for help, 481.
pleased at settlement with Scots, hopeful of help, 556
-, sends to ask for help, 556, 560
-, king puts off with fair words, 560.
writes to king of Poland about exchange of Prince Casimir for Rupert, 561
-, likely to correct son's arrogance to Venetians, 568.
wants brother to seize money of Spaniards to support Palatine, 576
-, king refuses to entertain idea, 580.
Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of Frederick V, Elector Palatine :
English do not want to change faith, 3, 12
-, will not change faith, 11.
Charles resents attempt to make change, 11
-, but will not prevent conversion, 15.
idea of Polish marriage given up, 77
-, belief that French intrigued against, 90.
alliance with emperor's daughter dashes hopes of, 157
-, Gordon reports king still eager for, 168.
Charles's indignation with Poland on account of, 265, 271
-, Polish ambassador explains why marriage upset, 271
-, clear Poland never meant to marry, 273
-, Polish secretary explains affair of, 347, 348.
proposed marriage to Bernard of Saxe Weimar, 500, 534.
proposed marriage to Grand Duke's brother, 521.
asked to represent queen as godmother of Orange's son, 606.
Elizabeth Dorcas, merchantman :
sanitary regulations infringed by, 285
-, release of, 319.
Elizabeth and Margaret merchantman, 397n.
queen mother wants to export from Maastricht, 499, 501.
emperor, Csar :
necessarily against Palatine, 307
-, Venice writes to in vernacular, writes to Venice in Latin, 534.
- See also Charles IV
-, Charles V
-, Ferdinand II
-, Ferdinand III.
chancellor of. See Werdenberg, John von.
-, electors of :
difficulty in way of meeting at Ratisbon, 18
-, to decide about Palatine's vote, 118.
should be warned not to rivet their fetters, 111
-, rights under the Golden Bull, 305
-, Louis asked to get passports for, to congress, 465.
See also Charles Louis, Frederick IV and Frederick V, electors Palatine of the Rhine
-, George William, margrave of Brandenburg
-, John Frederick I and John George, dukes of Saxony
-, Maximilian duke of Bavaria
-, Maurice, duke of Saxony
-, Sotern, Philip Christopher von archbishop of Treves
-, Wambold, Anselm Casimir von archbishop of Mainz.
Vice chancellor of. See Strahlendorf, Peter Heinrich, Freiherr von.
- See also Germany.
Employment, merchantman :
exports currants from Zante, 452.
empress. See Eleanora, wife of Ferdinand II
-, Maria Anna.
England and the English :
treatment of Venetian ambassadors in, 321, 335, 336, 472.
quantity of currants exported to from Zante, 538.
threatening attitude to Dutch and French over naval supremacy, 2, 4, 8
-, seize Dutch ship, 7.
abhorrence of idea of alliances, 2
-, unlikely to take so decisive a step, 25.
French accuse of insincerity in negotiations, 5
-, Richelieu expects little from negotiations with, 19.
not interest of that Dutch should be depressed, 8
-, French should not mind alliance with Austria, 10.
treat Dutch worse than enemies, 14
-, Dutch resent importing money to Flanders, 32, and French also, 37.
jealousy of Austrian power, 16
-, able to enforce claims against Austria, 18
-, threat if electoral vote confirmed to Bavaria, 21.
gets trade which forbidden between France and Spain, 16
-, profit from transporting money to Flanders, 32
-, ships escort money, 70.
little substance in efforts for Palatine, 20
-, support of Palatine, 35.
asked for seizure of Dunkirker Pero, 21
-, policy may force Dutch to make terms with Spain, 37.
refuse to enter on alliance against French or Dutch, 35
-, considers Pearl sentence unjust, 48.
efforts to encouarge to trade at Venice, 36
-, Murano glass sold in, 83.
Leicester complains of French irregularities against, 36.
shamed by safe return of Dutch fishermen, 38
-, eager for news of fleet sent against, 38, 47.
perturbed by renewed relations with pope, 39.
great scarcity of everything in, 40
-, and serious drought, 61.
would not favour Palatine's marriage to emperor's daughter, 43
-, hope for advantage from peace in Germany, 47.
no attention paid to Beveren's threats, 53
-, bitter feeling in Netherlands against, 56, 58
-, fear of collision, 57, 62.
Senneterre shows interest to check Austria, 54
-, aims do not coincide with French interests, 73.
Bernard of Saxe Weimar asks help of, 57
-, Rossi comes to with cipher, 71, 101.
proposed alliance with France, 64, 71, 76, 82, 83, 89, 108
-, France insists on open declaration from, 79, 123.
made much of, at Rome, 69
-, audacity of, 74.
boast of Spaniards saluting flag, 70
-, ship made to salute Venetian flag, 74.
Dutch may submit to naval supremacy for a time, 71, 95
-, policy will force Dutch to agreement with Spaniards, 72, 86
-, not alarmed by threat, 112.
Austrians will not give satisfaction to, 75
-, Princess Palatine expects action from, 78, 108.
does not want general peace, 76.
Bavaria refuses satisfaction to, 79
-, Austrians only trying to divert, 80.
Aitzema fears will help Spain against Dutch, 79
-, Holland wants war with, 86.
value of protection to Dutch fishermen, 80
-, suggested alliance with Dutch, 86
-, Dutch profess not to want, 89.
French fleet releases captives from Turkish pirates, 82.
talk of raising troops and increasing fleet but no funds for, 84.
undertakings of, in French alliance, 86, 96, 99, 101
-, French think share unequal, 106.
cannot supply enough troops to form Palatine's army, 87
-, hope to benefit Palatine without trouble, 96.
France asks money of, to continue war, 89.
Dutch want alliance with to blockade Flanders, 89, 114
-, will not make war and so lose Spanish trade, 102.
Austrians want interposition for agreement with French, 93
-, Spain wants to induce France to give up Lorraine, 117.
outcry against taxes, rigorous collection ordered, 99
-, report of vigorous action by sea and land to appease people, 112, 113.
idea of sending minister to Cologne, 100.
increasing Dutch bitterness against, 105
-, war with urged, 106
-, Joachimi to make representations to, 108.
taking advantage of international situation to assert claims, 115
-, Pennington sent to Barbary, to appease people, 116
-, Austrian offer to satisfy, 118.
1637, 314 :
assertion of sea supremacy popular, 118
-, but determined resistance to extraordinary taxes, 119, 124
-, people too wide awake to be deluded by tricks, 119.
clamour against licence allowed to Catholics, 120, 121
-, and against king's visit to Capuchins, 121.
growing demand for parliament, 121
-, efforts to appease clamour but king's determination to rule in the way, 124.
Orange tries to get pretensions modified, 122
-, Dutch will not give way to, 124, 139.
secret meetings of leading men to get parliament summoned, 125, 136
-, Spaniards foment unrest, 126.
commotion over arrest of Jesuit, 126
-, free from plague, except London, 143.
Richelieu's view of negotiations with, 129
-, Spaniards do not fear breach with, 132, 153.
proposed change of mart from Ragusa to Spalato, 132
-, Venice fear driving to Leghorn to trade, 132, 133.
disturbed state renders collection of money difficult, 130
-, constant disorders, 136.
cannot alone support Palatine, 131
-, appeal to for men and money for Palatine, 141, 152
-, not likely to amount to much, 152.
proposed bargain with Denmark over Baltic and North Sea, 135, 136.
advantage to for Spaniards to hold Flanders, 139
-, Oate threatens with war, 153.
Swedes cannot depend upon steady help from, 142, 147
-, Dutch do not believe will do much, 145, 158.
Palatine may search ships, 146.
consternation and disorder in at judges' decision on king's right to tax, 153, 154
-, king's power increased in, 156.
Spaniards give up sending money to Flanders by, 154
-, Spaniards count on political troubles in, 164.
king does not wish to offend by relaxing naval claims, 158, 173.
French satisfied with neutrality of, 164
-, only want French alliance to make advantageous peace with Austrians, 166
-, French think share of unequal, 175, 183, 191, 192
-, consider French behaving badly over treaty, 177, 182
-, French consider proposals unequal, 179
-, Leicester defends, 180.
Spaniards try to prevent union with France, 178
-, French treat ships worse than Dunkirkers or Spaniards, 180.
Dutch will consider in wrong if French treaty breaks down, 181
-, unlikely to enlist Dutch support for Palatine, 192.
proposed coalition against Austria, 187
-, defeat of Dutch injurious to, 198.
unwilling to risk large Spanish trade by war, 187
-, France asks more than can concede, 199.
permission to import salt fish to Venice extended, 197
-, opening of trade with papal states, 216, 217.
want Dunkirk, 204
-, French will side with Dutch if attacked by, 209.
prospect of alliance with Sweden may impel Austria to peace with France, 205
-, Swedes try to move, 214.
objection to blockade of Dunkirk because of profit from convoys, 209.
reasons for desiring French treaty, 215
-, points in dispute in treaty, 218, 219, 230
-, reserve about treaty, 248.
pope's desire to conciliate, 217
-, freedom of papal minister in, 218.
Denmark aggrieved with by seizure of ships, 220
-, Belaw to discover opinion upon attack on Hamburg, 223.
unwilling to abandon tranquillity, 223
-, eager to be rid of Palatine, 227
-, Palatine not expected to return to, 240.
will try to keep up show of union with France, 226
-, willing for France to keep Bar and part of Lorraine, 236.
Oate says impossible to treat with, 236
-, will do anything to avoid war, 245.
insincere about French treaty, fear of being involved in long war, 238, 245
-, rejoice at French successes, 241.
danger of Puritanism to, 242, 246
-, exasperated by sentence against Williams, 245.
will not give Dutch written concessions about fisheries, 245
-, inconsistent policy with Dutch, 249.
bad weather leaves without news, 248.
indifferent about congress, hopeful that no general peace, 251, 255
-, suggest Hague for congress, 255.
Austria apprehensive about, 253
-, French want to lead on gently to treaty, 257.
inclining more to negotiation than to arms, 253
-, abandoned hope of doing anything by force, 261.
foreign war dangerous to in disturbed state, 256
-, Palatine lost if depends solely on, 258, 261.
Spaniards foment discontent in, 256, 259
-, fear of Scottish tumult stirring trouble in, 259, 273.
success against pirates hoped to make more patient of taxes, 256.
French queen tries to upset alliance with, 260
-, Chevreuse expected in, 268, 281.
queen mother wishes to come to, 263, 275
-, unwilling and unable to make war as cannot trust France, 268.
general peace considered harmful to, 270
-, congress at Rome prejudicial to, 274.
deep affection for Princess Palatine and family, 271
-, Palatines hope for liberal supplies from, 287.
success over Scots will give king control of consciences, 277
-, war hoped to make king subject to people, 288.
Spaniards would like Dutch to join against emperor, 279
-, necessity of union with France, 280
-, Richelieu criticises behaviour over treaty, 284.
king of Morocco grants trade facilities to, 282
-, pardon of Watts will encourage to trade at Venice, 289.
reverses will make Spaniards anxious for friendship, 289.
Swedes want to see full terms of French treaty, 289.
relation by Correr, 295-308
-, change since union with Scotland, but still valorous, 296
-, control of royal power, 297
-, king resists, 298, 299
-, opposition to arbitrary taxes, ship money, forests, 299
-, danger of provoking, danger of religious convulsion, parties, the Puritans, 300
-, divisions among Catholics, 301
-, rapprochement to Rome, 302, 303
-, causes trouble, 304, 305
-, Palatine's visit to, French alliance, 307
-, summary, 307, 308.
Charles will not risk having to submit to, 309
-, becoming used to ship money but some outcry, 327, 332.
policy to get satisfaction from Austrian weakness, 312
-, Austrians do not expect extreme action for Palatine, 320.
Scots will not conform to rites of, 316
-, Poland wanted help against Sweden, 348.
Venetian efforts to encourage trade with Crete, 320, 348.
France will continue war without, 325
-, French irritation with, 328
-, seize ships, and goods, 329, 340, 342.
Tromp courts fight with, 328.
interest in Hampden case, 338.
hope of composing differences with France, 342
-, French think not doing part, 346
-, Spaniards encourage differences with France, 349.
danger of Scottish disturbances stirring disaffection in, 350
-, strong feeling over ship money case, 353, 376, 377
-, Oate boasts of power to make trouble in, 354.
ships seized in France, 355
-, outcry about losses at sea, 372.
progress of treaty in France, 355, 358, 372, 375
-, Richelieu criticises, 375.
Conn's sanguine hopes of dashed, 358
-, Spanish hopes from Chevreuse in, 372, 373.
Sweden must make terms if not helped by, 364.
Palatine losing hope of help from, 374
-, French mean to leave burden of Palatine to, 394
-, people permitted to serve Palatine, 400.
jealousy of French fleet, 375
-, settlement of maritime differences with France, 378.
difficulty of collecting ship money in, 376, 377, 401, 419
-, estranged from king, 387
-, king's attention absorbed in subduing to will, 388.
heavy duties cause general scarcity in, 388
-, irregular taxes cause discontent in, 409.
unpopularity of Laud in, 393-395
-, difficult to subdue Scotland, 400
-, signs of revolution following Scots' example, 430.
renewal of treaty with Morocco, 400
-, threat of reprisals against at Genoa, 416.
French try to prevent Chevreuse going to, 405
-, offended by withdrawal of Lady Scudamore's privilege, 414.
popularity of judgment of Hutton and Croke in, 410
-, ship money to be exacted rigorously, rioting, 426
-, will have to obey, 430.
complaint of ill treatment at Zante, 415, 425
-, good treatment promised to, 437.
money sent to Dunkirk through, 415
-, Spanish arts with, 418
-, exposed to Spanish attack, 422.
not to advantage for French or Dutch to have Dunkirk, 419.
not advisable to break with House of Austria, 422
-, fear of exclusion from peace between Sweden and emperor, 439.
French fly Dutch flag to avoid dispute with, 425
-, advantage at Cyprus will give all trade to, 431.
facilities for producing gun powder, 429
-, made in great quantities, 461.
king has not love, fear of Scots invading, 436
-, king deceives about Scotland to avoid disturbance, 449.
ships seized in Holland to serve against Turks, 445
-, ships captured by French fleet, 458.
queen mother going to, 455, 456, 470
-, king tries to stop, 457, 467
-, arrives, 468
-, French displeased at welcome in, 475.
Scots try to interest by demanding parliament, 457
-, king distressed at upset of despotic designs on, 458.
Scots urge not to support king against them, 459
-, king tries to win by suggesting parliament and abolishing monopolies, 477.
glut of currants in, 464
-, hire of ships in, 485.
officers in Dutch service want to return home, 464, 465, plight of drafts sent to Palatine, 475.
duke of La Valette flees to, 466, 470, 472, 475
-, Bellievre tries to get dismissal, 506.
outcry in at stopping of pensions, 467
-, murmuring at expense caused by queen mother, 468.
no difference made with Venetian ambassadors, 472.
has peace treaties with Turk, 474
-, will suffer if Barbary pirates unchecked, 476.
lukewarmness at Hamburg, 478
-, Swedes will not join unless promised subsidies, 481.
Puritans strongest party in, 479.
queen mother's stay burdensome to, 484, 493, 497, 501
-, clique of French malcontents in, 496.
French indignation with over Breisach, 486
-, unlikely to help much against Turk, 491.
will not depart from neutrality, 489
-, avoids commitments of every kind, 490.
king musters country people, 492
-, gentry to follow king to York, 496.
king hopes to raise money without imposing fresh burdens on, 497.
Olivares feels sure of. 498, 503
-, Spaniards complain of crooked behaviour, 507.
French will follow example in supporting Palatine, 498
-, impossible to do any thing for Palatine, 500.
ill will to king, growing boldness in demanding parliament, 500
-, Scottish manifesto increases unrest in, 506.
agreement with Bavaria about Palatine, 503, 523
-, Austrians want to unravel ambiguous proceedings, 526.
Fielding threatens return to, 506
-, ill treatment of at Zante, 528, 529
-, relief asked, 529.
king suppresses Scottish manifesto in, 506
-, applaud steadfastness of Scots, 510
-, sympathy for Scots, 590.
queen's mission to pope for strengthening Catholicism in, 506.
suspicion that French helping Scots, 511
-, Spanish efforts to involve with French and Dutch, 541.
disorders caused by factors at Zante, 531
-, difficulty of preventing arrangements made by, 537.
suspect French designs on Gravelines and Dunkirk, 533
-, which would be most hurtful to, 547.
fear that suggested assembly at York may cause disturbances in, 533
-, Scottish propaganda effective in, 536.
oath to army and arrest of Saye and Brooke likely to hasten trouble in, 536.
Dutch take advantage of trouble with Scots, 537
-, Orange tries to prevent soldiers leaving Dutch service for home, 556.
peace between France and Spain not desired during troubles, 543.
Scots threaten to attack first, 545
-, property of Scots in seized and sold, 546
-, king provides for defence of frontier, 567.
Scottish troubles expected to cure king of designs on, and make anxious to please, 551.
king discredited in, 558
-, suspected of fomenting Scots to force calling of parliament, 559
-, rising demand for parliament, 571.
fears that Scottish abolition of hierarchy may rouse similar sentiments in, 574, 596
-, many towns demand removal of Laud's ritual, 576.
custom of for hostile fleets in ports, 575
-, supposed designs of Oquendo's fleet on, 581.
Scottish bishops required to remain in, 578
-, gives up attending to Scottish affairs, 585
-, covenanters forbid trade with, 590.
Palatine's arrest likely to cause trouble with, 589.
treaty gives Dutch right to pursue enemies to shores of, 589
-, Dutch fear Downs battle may lead to close union with Spain, 591.
Dutch have strong party in, 594
-, trade with Dutch most important source of wealth, 598.
danger of fresh exaction of ship money in, 596
-, king aware of insecurity in, 598.
king grants parliament in hope of conciliating, 601.
fleet. See fleet, ship money
-, navy, the royal.
king of. See Charles I
-, Edward II
-, Edward III
-, Henry III
-, Henry VII
-, James I
levies. See under levies.
merchants of. See merchants, English.
princes of. See Charles, prince of Wales
-, James, duke of York.
princesses of. See Anne
-, Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia
queen of. See Anne of Denmark
-, Henrietta Maria.
secretaries of State. See Coke, Sir John
-, Conway, Edward, viscount
-, Windebank, Sir Francis.
ships of. See ships, English.
news from, 290.
Venetian instructions to representatives in, 4, 7, 50, 71, 74, 88, 92, 135, 138, 139, 158, 166, 172, 176, 184, 185, 188, 193, 197, 212, 214, 218, 228, 233, 239, 242, 248, 253, 260, 269, 276, 280, 290, 308, 317, 320, 336, 346, 349, 353, 365, 369, 386, 391, 432, 437, 444, 445, 447, 448, 462, 464, 465, 470, 476, 483, 487, 490, 491, 494, 498, 505, 509, 514, 520, 532, 534, 537, 558, 564, 574, 583.
English Channel, the Channel, 395 :
depredations of Spanish fleet, 388
-, brush between English frigate and Dutch warship in, 440.
English offer fleet in to blockade Flanders, 463
-, squadron of 8 ships in Downs for defence of, 541.
French fleet cruising in, 547
-, Tromp guarding to intercept fleet from Spain, 552
-, he intercepts English ships with Spanish troops at mouth of, 554.
efforts to bring back royal fleet to, in interest of Spain, 555.
objection to Dutch searching English ships in, 557
-, hope that return of fleet will make Dutch more respectful in, 559.
Oquendo's fleet arrives in, and attacked, 573
-, English mean to vindicate control of, 575
-, Dutch squadron cruising in, 581.
Enriquez, Don Juan Alonso, admiral of Castile :
watching French on frontier, 458.
envoys. See under ambassadors.
Erizzo, Francesco, doge of Venice, 74, 144, 527 :
letter of Palatine to, 20, 21, 94
-, letters of Charles to, 328, 382, 383, 500, 518, 519.
replies to Fielding, 26, 27, 48, 49, 75, 121, 137, 138, 143, 144, 165, 196, 202, 203, 211, 221, 232, 239, 243, 247, 248, 250, 254, 267, 275, 283, 292, 313, 314, 334-336, 341, 342, 352, 367, 368, 376, 382, 513-515.
has advices from Fielding read in Collegio, 290.
receives Talbot as charg d' affaires, 382.
replies to Talbot, 406, 426, 480, 482, 494, 499, 504, 538, 570.
letter of Egmont to, 430.
reply to Spanish ambassador, 444.
Hyde asks protection for English, 529.
Erizzo, Nicolo, Proveditore of Cephalonia :
report on memorial of English merchants, 30, 31.
Ermestat, landgrave of. See George II, landgrave of Hesse Darmstadt.
Ernest, brother of the landgrave of Hesse, 183n
sent to England to study, 85
-, entertained, leaving, 92.
Erskine, John earl of Buchan, Bukom, Bokem :
sent to France with congratulations on queen's pregnancy, 378
-, mission denied, 380.
Espinar [Old Castile, Spain] :
Scandaret wounded near, 357n.
Essex, county of :
royal claims to forest lands in, 299.
Essex, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.
Estampes, Jean d', de Valencay, French ambassador at the Hague :
urges Palatine to take command of Hesse's army, 332
-, does not give full title to Palatine, 380.
has full powers to conclude English treaty, 359
-, reported slain in fight with Dunkirkers, 552.
Estrades, Godefroy comte d', M. dell' Estrade, French envoy to Prince of Orange :
crosses with Vosberghen, 365.
-, barons of the. See Davenport, Sir Humphrey
-, Denham, Sir John
-, Trevor, Sir Thomas
-, Weston, Sir John.
Exess. See Devereux, Robert, earl of Essex.
Exeter, earl of. See Cecil, William.
Expedition, pinnace :
sent to join Salee expedition, 252n
-, escorts Morocco ambassador, 400n
-, takes Prince Maurice to Dieppe, 597n.
Experience, merchantman :
stopped by Tromp, conveying Spanish troops, 553n.