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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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Ma'amura or Mehedia, Morocco :

Moors offer to attack, 332.

Maastricht [Prov. Limburg, Netherlands] :

queen mother wishes to export embroidery from, 499, 501.

Madagascar or San Lorenzo, island :

proposed expedition to conquer, 184, 188
-, by earl of Arundel, 578, 592.

Madeira, island :

Fortune sails to, 561n.

Mademoiselle. See Anne Marie Louise.

Madrid [Spain], 229, 357, 384 :

news from, 363.

despatches dated at, 117, 154, 164, 178, 258, 279, 285, 295 320, 341, 349, 353, 358, 366, 373, 399, 401, 418, 420, 434, 437, 442, 458, 486, 496, 498, 503, 511, 532, 549, 553, 563 583, 595, 599, 604.

letter dated at, 441.

regret at Oate's behaviour, 131
-, Oate leaving for, 390
-, Oate back in, 442.

Prince Casimir sent to, 429
-, Don Annibal Gonzaga sent to, 517.

Buon Retiro, 366.

Pardo, 366.

Maggiore, Lake, Italy, 45.

Maill, Urbain de, marquis of Brz, governor of Calais :

detains Miniken, 23.

Mainz, Mayence [Hesse Darmstadt, Germany] :

archbishop elector of. See Wambold
-, Anselm Casimir von.

Malaga [Andalusia, Spain] :

English ships from captured by pirates, 599.

Malipiero, Andrea, Proveditore of Cephalonia :

despatch of, 85.

mall, game of :

Charles gives up, owing to Scottish trouble, 436.

Mallier, Claude de, seigneur de Houssay, French ambassador at Venice :

arrival, Fielding stays to welcome, 394
-, tells nuncio Tullerie going to Holland, 522.

Malta, knight of. See Griffoni, Ugolino.

Manchester, earl of. See Montagu, Henry.

Mansell, Sir Robert, Sir William (sic) Mansfelt :

confirmation of glass monopoly to, 40, 83
-, Correr speaks to about, 41, 42
-, tries to secure services of Muranese, 390
-, contract with Brunovo, 391.

attack on Algiers, 448.

Mansfelt. See Mansell.

Mantua, Italy, 275 :

Venetian protection of interests, 284, 367
-, Charles expresses concern for, 294.

danger of Spain getting control, 310
-, Oate discusses with Correr, 311.

English want in hands of French, 312
-, Oate suspects French designs on, 377
-, Fielding's journey to, 383.

-, bishop of. See Soardi, Vincenzo.

-, duchess of. See Margaret of Savoy.

-, duke of. See Gonzaga, Charles I
-, Charles II
-, Charles III.

-, princess of. See Gonzaga, Maria.

Manwood, Sir John, lieutenant of Dover Castle, castellan of the Downs :

reports attack of Tromp on Oquendo, 573n
-, fires guns during battle of Downs, 586.

-, Sir Thomas :

letter of, 603n.

marble heads. See statuary.

Marcello, Francesco, Proveditore of Zante :

despatches to the Senate, 414, 508.

report on Hyde's case, 450-452
-, will give Hyde best of treatment, 508.

Symonds expelled for not reporting to, 518.

orders Aquila, son and Boldu to Corfu, 518.

"Mare Clausum" :

Graswinckel preparing reply to, 19, 214, 234
-, Pontanus publishes book against, 190.

Margaret of Lorraine, princess of Lorraine :

French troubles may lead to recognition of marriage, 130.

Margaret of Savoy, Infanta Margherita, widow of Francis IV, duke of Mantua :

emperor and Spain favour as regent of Mantua, 311.

Margaret, merchantman :

to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n.

Margarita Costanza, merchantman :

sails for Leghorn and Ragusa, 488.

Maria, loose woman at Zante :

lures English consul into ambush, 414
-, charge against, 451.

Maria Anna, daughter of Philip III, king of Spain, queen of Hungary :

Arundel to see at Gratz, 23
-, Arundel's visit to disapproved, 33
-, Arundel visits, 34.

-, confessor of. See Quiroga, Diego de.

-, -, empress :

dispensation for marriage to Charles, when Infanta, 303
-, example should check negotiations for his daughter, 424.

Maria Anna, daughter of the Emperor Ferdinand II, duchess of Bavaria :

returns to Munich with duke, 132.

Maria Magdalena, grand duchess dowager of Tuscany, widow of Cosimo II and sister of emperor Ferdinand II, 139n.

marque, letters of, letters of reprisals :

few ask for against Dunkirkers, 174
-, issued against French, 328, 342, 346, 372.

king's right to issue, 329
-, granted instead of seizing French goods, 380.

offered to Captain Stewart, 407, 411, 413.

issued against Dutch, 440
-, Joachimi remonstrates, 427, 429
-, king displeased at Council's readiness to grant, 442
-, withdrawn, 446, 449
-, Joachimi ceases offices, 467.

against French ship from Canada, 471.

merchants would like against Turks, 488.

of Dunkirkers against English, 490
-, threatened against Dunkirkers for taking English fishing barques, 512.

marriages :

prince of Bavaria to English princess, 522, 523.

Cardinal Infant to Queen of Sweden, 377, 378.

Prince Casimir of Poland to Queen of Sweden :

reported from Vienna, 290
-, secretary of Poland announces but not believed, 351.

Infant of Spain to Princess Mary :

Chevreuse suggests, 410
-, and negotiates for, 424, 469, 598.

queen of Spain sending presents about, 472
-, Spanish ambassador expected about, 481, 598.

queen attracted by, 543, 592
-, increasing desire for, 548
-, king allured by, 592.

Hopton urges, 549, 604
-, Cardenas holds out hopes of, 592
-, Spanish announcement about, 599.

Monsieur to Margaret of Lorraine :

French troubles may lead to recognition, 130.

Palatine to emperor's daughter :

suggested as means of settling dispute, 43.

Palatine to princess of Florence :

hopes of, at Ratisbon, 102
-, Austrians offer, to win England, 139
-, negotiations for said to be on foot, 522.

Palatine to duchess of Montpensier :

Leicester to introduce proposal, 51
-, Leicester does not offer much hope of, 77.

Palatine to Rohan's daughter :

Leicester makes overtures for, 428
-, French king disapproves, 429.

Palatine to Queen of Sweden :

rumours of, 142
-, not expected, 147.

king of Poland to Palatine Princess, Elizabeth :

English misgivings and attitude to, 39
-, appointment of Prince Casimir throws light on, 7.

Zawadski has no powers for, 8
-, expected to fall through, 11.

Zawadski's representations upon, English resentment, 11-13
-, Zawadski leaves more ambiguous than ever, 15.

difficulties in way of, 15
-, talk of dies away, 21, 77
-, Gordon's report on awaited, 52.

broken off, 79
-, French intrigues believed to have prevented, 90.

considered impossible, 107
-, hopes of dashed by alliance with emperor, 157.

Rey promises to keep off, 294
-, Polish secretary's excuses over, 347, 348.

reason for king's refusal to see Rey, 265
-, king shows letters asking for, 271.

king of Poland still eager for, 168
-, never intended by king, 273.

king of Poland and French princess :

promoted in France, 79, 90, 107.

king of Poland to Princess of Mantua :

English jealous about, 51
-, and mean to upset, 52
-, suggested in France, 79, 90, 107.

king of Poland to emperor's daughter :

Ossalinsky treating for, 71
-, dashes hopes for Palatine princess, 157
-, Polish clergy urge, 168
-, Rey went to England to announce, 265.

Prince Rupert to Mlle. de Montpensier, 77.

Bernard of Saxe Weimar to Palatine Princess :

Fleming reports overtures for, 500
-, negotiations still on foot, 534.

Bernard of Saxe Weimar to Rohan's daughter :

duchess of Rohan prefers to Palatine match, 428
-, French king disapproves, 429.

Prince of Tuscany to Palatine's sister, 522.

marshal, the earl. See Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel and Surrey.

Marten, Sir Henry, judge of the Admiralty Court :

Jupiter case referred to, 467n.

Martinengo, Count, Venetian minister at Mantua :

courtesy to Fielding's secretary, 283, 284.

Mary, Princess, daughter of Charles I :

godmother to sister Anne in name of grandmother, 188.

proposed marriage to Infant of Spain, 410, 424, 472, 481, 543, 548, 549, 598, 599, 604
-, to go to Spain to be educated, 498, 504.

may not sit in mother's presence, 421, 438.

queen allows Chevreuse to take to mass, 543.

Mary de' Medici. See Medici, Mary de'.

Mary, the, merchantman :

Lord Denbigh sails in, 34n.

in Salee expedition, 252n.

of London, captured by pirates, 377.

Mary Rose, royal ship :

to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n.

Mascareas, Don Simon de, colonel of Spanish troops :

escapes Tromp, in London, blames English captains, 555.

Massa Pasha, Caimecan, Kaimakam :

bribed by English about Cyprus duties, 431
-, imprisons Bailo, 465, 476.

Crow expects dismissal, 466
-, Crow to urge to settle with Venice, 492.

entertains Wyche who remonstrates with about arrest of Bailo, 454.

masque :

performed at Court by king, 359.

given by queen, 374.

Fielding serving king in, 603.

Master of the Ceremonies :

England. See Finett, Sir John.

-, France. See Bruslon, Count of.

Master of the Horse. See Hamilton, James, marquis of.

-, to the queen. See Goring, George baron
-, Jermyn, Henry.

Maubeuge, Mobeusa [Nord France] :

Candale advances to, 254
-, Candale takes, 267, 289.

Maurice, Prince of Savoy, Cardinal, Cardinal of Savoy :

made protector of Germany, 88
-, proceeds to Piedmont, 318n
-, duchess forbids to enter, 344, 348.

agreement with duchess about appanages, 377
-, fears if goes to Piedmont, 427.

overruns Piedmont and besieges Turin, 526n.

Maurice, of Saxony :

invested with electoral title and dominions by Charles V, 306.

Maurice, Prince Palatine :

goes to Paris, 360
-, may not cover before king, 366
-, audience arranged, 372, difficulty of audience with queen, 372
-, goes to serve in Baner's army, 597.

Maximilian I, duke of Bavaria :

Saxony and Brandenburg deceived over admission to college, 306.

share of spoil ensures opposition to Palatine, 306, 307.

1636 :

stands in way of full restitution of Palatinate, 2, 17, 18, 36, 118
-, insists on retaining electorate, 16, 17
-, threat if vote confirmed to, 65.

electoral vote promised to Palatines on death of, 17.

reply upon Palatine claims, 18
-, inexorable, 47, 93, 114.

English requirements of, 56
-, Arundel offends, 65
-, will not give satisfaction to England, 79.

imperialists wish to please before England, 65, 78
-, proposed to give compensation for Palatinate, 103.

France will give up if England abandons Lorraine, 95
-, French do not wish to prejudice agreements with, 106.

Palatine asked to renounce all claims against, 102.

birth of son to, 113
-, suggestion to hold electorate jointly with Palatine, 117.

1637 :

offended at Arundel's report, returns to Munich, 132.

French willing shall hold electorship for life, 147
-, Palatine to have vote after death, 152, 182.

protest of Palatine against usurpation, 151.

proposed to use alternate vote with Palatine, 191, 215.

restitution depends upon, 209
-, will not hear of giving up, 215
-, impossible to take what will not concede, 252.

terms of Anglo French treaty to be shown to, 234.

profits by Anglo French bickering, 266
-, reported secret negotiations with France, 437.

Mainz urges need of reconciliation with Palatine, 417.

French action about passports will offend deeply, 465.

desires custody of Rupert, 488.

Charles urges attack on by Saxe Weimar, 498
-, negotiations upon, 500.

reported agreement with England, 503
-, Taylor believes anxious for settlement, 508.

particulars of agreement with Palatine, 517, 523
-, plenipotentiary from expected at Brussels, 552.

hope of turning Saxe Weimar's army against dominions, 565.

-, -, son of. See Ferdinand Maria.

Mayence. See Mainz.

Mayerne, Sir Theodore, physician :

certificate for Giustinian, 604.

Mayflower, merchantman :

to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n
-, takes gunpowder to Dunkirk, 421.

exports currants from Zante, 452.

Mecklenburg, Germany :

Count Kurz arrives in, 364.

medals, gold :

of duke of Saxony as king of Cyprus, 356.

Medemblik [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands] :

ship of captured as reprisal, 446n.

Medici, Anne de', sister of Ferdinand II, Grand duke of Tuscany :

suggested marriage to Palatine, 102, 139, 522.

-, Ferdinand II de', Grand Duke of Tuscany :

mediates peace between Spain and Parma, 156, 157n
-, Fielding informs of French alliance, 354.

league with Spain to drive French out of Italy, 363.

great profit from Leghorn trade, 402.

French require queen mother to return to, 506.

Medici, Mary de', widow of Henry IV, of France, the Queen Mother :

1636 :

sends Silvio to England, 60n
-, interests may be settled by special agreement, 82, 106.

may encourage English to help French and Swedes against emperor, 103.

1637 :

disbelieves reconciliation of Soissons, 254
-, intrigues against France, 277
-, no further understanding with Princes of the Blood, 278.

house searched and insulted, 261, 278n
-, alarmed and anxious to go to England, 262.

informs king of ill treatment, 263
-, and asks leave to go to England, id.

Charles sends to stop coming, 264
-, means to come, determination to prevent, 275.

Henrietta Maria distressed about, 269
-, king's promise to mediate for, 278n.

sends Monsigot to England to make arrangements, 277
-, fear of sudden arrival, 281.

Cardinal Infant treats with respect, 278
-, intrigues of, 291.

French king not expected to provide for, 281
-, Monsigot hopes to obtain reconciliation with king, 288.

1638 :

Chevreuse going to, in Flanders, 357, 371
-, presents from Spain for, 408.

queen redeems jewels of, 365.

leaves Flanders unexpectedly, 445
-, king sends to stop, 446, 459.

preparations for reception, 446, 447, 460, 463
-, expected at Dover, 456, 463, 467.

queen induces king to admit favourites, 449
-, warning to, 463.

treating for reconciliation through Orange, 455
-, Charles tries to effect reconciliation, 457, 459, 478
-, and for her return, 480, 481.

French insist on retiring to Florence, 457, 464, 465
-, uncertainty about at Paris, 470.

trick to discover if welcome, 459, 460.

Gerbier fears ruin for having tried to stop, 460
-, Giustinian's entry postponed for, 469.

decision to go to England cuts short Knuyt's negotiations, 465.

lands at Harwich, 468
-, king escorts to London, 468n
-, enters London, 471.

provision for, 471
-, French not pleased at welcome in England, 475.

hauteur, 471
-, relaxed, 484
-, Le Coigneux intrigues to replace Fabroni in favour of, 484.

Giustinian pays respects to, 473
-, English try to get revenues for, 480.

support a burden, 478, 493
-, manifesto in Flanders, 492
-, disavowed, 495n.

1639 :

presents jewels to Tornone, 490
-, pope asked to reconcile with son, 507
-, present to Conn, 572.

preparing new manifesto, 492
-, published in revised form, 495
-, Bellievre speaks slightingly of, 499.

will not go to Florence, 497
-, asks permission to return to France, 501.

Jermyn sent to France about return or maintenance, 504
-, answer to ready, 505
-, Bellievre says mission useless, 506
-, Richelieu says has no powers upon, 508
-, curt answer upon, 511.

expense of becomes increasingly burdensome, 506, 566
-, hope of relief, 571
-, reduction of pension, 572.

French will not help except at Florence, 513
-, will not leave England except for France, 516
-, Jermyn takes back answer about, 534.

queen speaks to Bellievre about, 521
-, Bellievre fears may go to France, 566.

Charles assures of devotion, and maintenance, 534
-, ill of fever, 571
-, queen prevents reduction of pension, 576.

encourages French malcontents, 557
-, confidential relations with Charles, 593
-, stirs Charles against France, 606.

Cardinal Infant asked to have back, 566.

-, -, secretary to. See Monsigot.

Medici, Matthias de' :

proposed marriage to Palatine's sister, 522.

Mediterranean Sea :

French fleet sails for, 82.

Mehedia. See Ma'amura.

Melo, Mello, Franciso de, Spanish General :

Pandolfini arranges terms for Parma with, 157n
-, arranges army for Flanders, 374
-, speaks to Venetian ambassadors about peace, 401.

Mendnor, Andrea, da Pani :

mutilates woman at door of San Moise, 185, 188, 206.

Correr to inform king of affair, 200
-, which may lead to Fielding's recall, id.

Fielding protects, 185
-, Fielding's account of, to doge, 201
-, doge's reply about, 202.

Fielding complains of action of officials over, 201, 204
-, Fielding's action over approved in England, 207
-, Fielding's despatch on, 208.

officials saved from lynching, 205.

Mennes, John, captain of the Nonsuch :

to take Oate to Spain, 407n.

Meppen [Hanover, Germany] :

Palatine buys for place d' armes, 393
-, guns and munitions sent to, 410
-, captured by imperialists, 417, 419.

Merchant Adventurer, merchantman :

Hyde goes to Zante in, 508.

Merchant Bonaventura, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 453, 454.

merchantmen. See ships.

merchants :

news received by, 588.

will not take goods of Persian merchant, 25
-, partiality of lord mayor to, 34.

few ask for letters of marque against Dunkirkers, 174.

Persian merchant irritated by extortions of, 178.

at Venice, hire Elizabeth Dorcas for Spain, 286.

paid tonnage and poundage without parliamentary grant, 298.

reception of Morocco ambassador, 316, 322
-, present for, 400
-, delay departure of Morocco ambassador, 405.

Venetians try to attract to Crete, 320, 340, 344, 345, 351, 361.

trading at Danzig, Poles try to induce to agree to tolls, 343, 350.

losses suffered at Constantinople, 361.

of Paris or Lyon, queen mother's jewels pawned with, 365.

unwilling to lade gunpowder, 461.

trading to Venice, advised to take tallow there, 461.

stayed from lading currants at Zante, 464.

price paid for hiring ships, 485
-, Spanish offers to, for armed ships, 606.

ask leave to attack Archipelago, 488
-, Giustinian to watch proceedings about, 494.

Douglas will find to take levies to Venice, 490.

advance money on revenues of crown, for army, 545.

of London, desire fleet back from Scottish waters, 559.

Venice cannot control trade of Western, in Levant, 563.

Palatine's agent treats with for sale of prince's pension, 580.

merchants, Dutch, 443 :

submit to English maritime claims, 7
-, petition against new duties on goods, 114, 115.

efforts to induce to agree to tolls at Danzig, 343.

quarrels with English merchants, 507.

English want forbidden to trade with Scots, 547.

merchants, English :

petition against requisitioning of ships for fleet, 47.

at Rotterdam, riot of sailors against, 50.

Correr holds out exemption from duties as lure to, 94.

negotiations to open States of Church to, 149, 216, 217.

Venice tries to prevent trading at Ancona, 228, 246.

claim for reduction of duties at Cyprus, 250
-, obtain reduction, 408, 409, 431.

anxious about relations with France, 357
-, pleased at settlement of Pearl case, 378
-, dissatisfaction at terms, 378, 380.

Don Lope de Hoces obtains money from to supply Spanish fleet, 395.

interested in Spalato proposal to open trade at Zengg, 396.

letters of marque granted to, against Dutch, 442
-, and against French, 471.

accompany Crow to Constantinople, to set up business, 466.

present to queen mother, 471.

quarrel with Dutch merchants, 507.

forbidden to transport troops to Flanders, 534
-, convey them at own risk, 555.

merchants, English at Venice, and trading at Zante and Cephalonia : 22.

grievances, presented by ambassador, 26, 27, 48, 49, 72, 524.

replies of Savii alla Mercanzia upon, 27-29, 58, 59
-, reply of Proveditori upon, 30, 31.

memorial of, 31
-, judgment of Pisani upon petition of, 31, 32.

redress promised, 42
-, decrees in response to, 43, 44, 61, 62, 75, 83.

Fielding reports dissatisfaction over, 165
-, favours granted to at Fielding's request, 170
-, Fielding wants king to give thanks for, 210.

orders about not executed, 232
-, fresh orders sent for, 233
-, Venetian promise to protect interests, 240.

Fielding appeals for in Collegio, 381, 527
-, desire facilities to transfer trade from Turkish dominions, 386.

loss to duties through collusion with customers, 386
-, export of cloth, 388.

outrages upon, petition for redress, 415, 450
-, friendly treatment ordered for, 437, 442, 451
-, and promised, 522, 538.

Savii report on consul for, 438.

purchase of currants at Cephalonia, 475
-, frauds of Aquila against, 528.

necessity of consul for, 518
-, Symonds chosen as general factor by, 531
-, interest of Venice to encourage, 564.

merchants :

Flemish :

outcry against collection of duties in Downs, 210.

French :

Pearl case justified seizing goods of, 380.

Persian. See Persia, merchant of.

Venetian, 74, 570 :

hire Elizabeth Dorcas for Spain, 286
-, dispute about consulage for English ship, 408.

merchants
-, names of. See Augustini, William
-, Beresford, Richard
-, Blake, Robert
-, Franchi, Giovanni Nicolo
-, Garraway, Henry
-, Gatwood, Richard and Michael
-, Hobson, John
-, Hyde, Henry
-, Hyde, Laurence, Ricaut, Peter
-, Simes, Ridolfo
-, Vassal, Samuel
-, Whetcombe, Simon.

Mercy, Mersi, Franz von, Bavarian general :

Weerdt awaits junction, 267.

Mesieres. See Mzieres.

Mesmes, Claude de, sieur d' Avaux, M. d' Avo, French minister to the Hamburg congress, 199 :

asks for English man of war, 210
-, Denmark tells means to help Palatines, 244.

to consider transfer of congress to Hague, 255.

tries to stop Swedish negotiations with emperor, 347.

has full powers to conclude English treaty, 359
-, of inferior rank to Leicester, 390.

plan of campaign sent to, 364.

treaty of Wismar consigned to, 390, 393
-, promised instructions to, 405.

report about Swedish forces, 422
-, reports arrival of Roe, 431.

reports coldness of English, 478
-, reports of Hamburg differ from English, 557.

Meurs. See Mors.

Mzieres, Mesieres [Ardennes, France] :

despatch dated at, 561.

Michiel, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador at the Hague :

despatches to the Senate, 4, 7, 11, 16, 19, 50, 56-58, 62, 70, 78, 79, 85, 89, 95, 98, 105, 108, 114, 118, 122, 124, 129, 139, 145, 151, 158, 166, 181, 192, 205, 214, 226, 234, 240, 264, 268, 287.

confers with Graswinckel about reply to, "Mare Clausum" 19
-, Zonca takes back cipher to, 85, 98
-, Rossi abandons and slanders, 101
-, Dolce goes to serve, 105.

-, -, secretary of. See Dolci, Pietro
-, Rossi, Giovanni Battista.

Middlesex, co. :

justices of the peace make return of foreigners in, 516n.

-, earl of. See Cranfield, Lionel.

Milan, state of, Milanese, Italy, 243 :

letters from, 311.

-, governor of. See Guzman, Diego Filippo de, marquis of Leganes.

Milan [Prov. Milano, Italy] :

Tomaso starting for, 316
-, Fielding at, 490, 491n.

Milander, Peter [Holzapfel] :

takes command of Hesse's army, 315.

Mildmay, Sir Henry :

entertains queen mother, 468n.

Minden [Westphalia, Germany] :

Palatine takes refuge in, after defeat, 467.

Miniken, king's ketch, 48 :

French reluctance to restore, 2
-, capture declared lawful, 5
-, conflicting versions about, 6.

condemned and sold, 9, 15
-, ambassadors discuss, 15
-, Richelieu promises to restore, 23.

English awaiting reparation for, 23.

minimes, order of. See Basili.

ministers, English :

selected for capacity, 297.

1636 :

in pay of Spain, 59, 62, 65, 95.

Oate has money for to pave his way, 63
-, Oate avoids meeting, 84, 85.

pretend to acquiesce in Arundel's return, 82
-, sympathies divided about diet, majority favour Austria, 91.

reserved about treaty with France, 90
-, hope thereby to force Onate's hand, 96.

busy raising money for fleet, 99.

paying more attention to foreign affairs, 100
-, mutability and confusion in policy, 108.

pretend treaty delayed by French raising difficulties, 106
-, becoming doubtful about treaty, 109
-, but profess confidence, 113.

sorry for severity to Zawadski, 107.

Panzani took leave of early, 119.

1637 :

efforts to raise money for fleet, 124
-, affect to ignore disorders, 126.

do not properly appreciate Senneterre, 128
-, Richelieu says create difficulties, 129.

anxious for French alliance, 130
-, declare French treaty adjusted, 152.

disconcerted by Danish naval claims, 136
-, try to soothe Dutch alarms about fishermen, 177.

pleased at Dutch contribution to alliance, 136
-, to grant title of Highness to Orange, 142.

pro Spanish suggestion to king, 139
-, ineradicable propensity to Spain, 209.

sharp words with Beveren about negotiations with Spain and fisheries, 142.

consider Austria needs checking, 147
-, Oate never calls on, 186.

busy with collection of ship money, 153.

hint at Fielding leaving Venice at once, 175
-, Correr to inform of Mendnor affair 186, 200.

vexed at delay over French treaty, 189
-, impressed by inability of French to keep conquests, 198.

profess ratification of treaty at hand, 213
-, announce ratification, 229, 235.

strong desire for peace, 215
-, expect French treaty will make emperor ready to make peace, 235.

busy with question of trading with States of Church, 216, 246.

intend to treat Oate as Arundel was treated, 224
-, reason for mystery, 238.

to communicate French treaty to Swedes and Dutch, 233
-, vagueness of references to French treaty, 262.

take umbrage at Correr's intimacy with Oate, 241
-, Correr reassures, 242.

policy will be disclosed with Palatine's departure, 248.

indifferent about reports of negotiations with Austria, 255.

Polish ambassador tries to get introduction through, 271
-, not impressed by his threats, 273.

Oate remonstrates with about Franchi affair, 271.

intimate that Dutch must not take connivance at fishing as precedent, 272.

impressed by Oate's remark about armistice, 274
-, suspicious of Savoy-Crequi quarrel, 278.

pay no attention to queen mother's anti French schemes, 278
-, king does not communicate Monsigot's paper to, 281.

complaints about Dutch for show, 281
-, repent of conniving at Dutch fishing, 318.

likely to persuade king to receive Rey, 294.

watching Italian affairs closely, 310
-, expecting Conn's dismissal, 319.

pleased at Palatine taking Hesse's army, 315.

profess eagerness for French alliance, doubtful sincerity, 322.

satisfied about Piazza incident, 325
-, Correr exchanges farewell visits with, 327
-, Zonca justifies state action to, 339.

1638 :

mystified by French conduct over treaty, 359.

Bellievre tries to settle naval disputes with, 373.

spread reports of Scudamore's jealousy of Leicester, 374
-, upset at Carr riot, 397.

many protest about ship money, 377
-, wash their hands of Scottish affair, 392
-, criticise king absolving Laud, 395.

pleased at concessions to Scots, 403
-, apprehension at news from Scotland, 472.

undisturbed by ill success of Hamburg negotiations, 440
-, eagerly expecting new ambassador from Spain, 448.

disposition makes breach with Austria unlikely, 463
-, assurances of generous help to Palatine, 468.

Le Coigneux has frequent conferences with, 479
-, queen mother wins by graciousness, 484.

1639 :

Giustinian informs of Turkish demands, 488
-, assure him of support, 491.

refuse publication of queen mother's manifesto, 492
-, regret for Weimar's death, 561.

suspect France of fomenting Scots, 493, 501
-, apprehensive over Tyrone going to Spain, 498.

constant meetings over Scottish affairs, 494, 512
-, urge king to summon parliament, 496.

resentment against Dunkirkers, 512.

fear French attack on Channel Islands, 525
-, connive at plots of French malcontents, 557.

Scots accuse of advising king ill, 536
-, advise king to go to Scottish parliament, 546.

king orders to hear Spanish proposals, 541
-, several meetings without result, 543.

king confers with about agreement with Scots, 548
-, lack of money makes anxious and advise settlement without delay, 551
-, discussions about raising money, 567.

habitual duplicity of, 553
-, impatient for king's return to London, 561.

meeting of parliament means trouble for, 563
-, resist meeting of, 602
-, want army to overawe parliament, 605.

consider nothing to be done for Palatine if France does not take up cause, 567
-, report of support for Palatine, 571.

amazed at Traquair's concessions to Scots, 571
-, king consults about means of reducing Scots, 600.

deliberations about Palatine lead to nothing, 573
-, suspect France will not agree to Palatine having Weimar's army, 583.

Spanish efforts with to save Oquendo's fleet, 575
-, Oquendo tries to bribe, 577
-, permit his soldiers to embark for Flanders, 579
-, strength of Dutch fleet causes to abandon idea, 581, 584.

encourage king's hostility to Dutch, 590
-, active support of Spain contrary to intention of keeping peace at all costs, 594
-, fuss against Dutch only for prestige, 598.

care little for anything but immediate vital interests of crown, 596.

-, foreign. See ambassadors.

Minoa. See St. George del Mina.

Miolans [Savoie, France] :

Pere Monod sent to, 542n.

Mirabel, marquis of. See Toledo, Antonio de.

Mirandola [Prov. Mantova, Italy], 275.

mirrors :

Muranese makers of, in England, 390.

Mobeusa. See Maubeuge.

Mocenigo, Piero, captain of the Great Galleys :

forces English ship to salute flag, 74, 92.

Modena [Prov. Modena, Italy] :

Fielding travelling through, 491.

Mohammed Pasha, Kaimakam, Caimecan :

Crow harshly used by, 558.

Moleur, Abb de, Agent of duke of Lorraine :

engaged upon levy for duke of Lorraine, 440
-, royal ship to take to Spain, 442.

Molins. See Moulins.

Moncada, Francis de, marquis of Aytona :

contract with Egmont, 430.

Guillen Ramon, son of, in London, 25.

money :

English contribution to Sweden would alarm Austrians, 117
-, new duties for raising, 167.

shortage of, despite efforts, 168
-, shortage hampers king's operations, 436.

sent to Palatine, 413.

king's eagerness to arm checked by shortage of, 500.

queen tries to raise from gentry, 539.

shortage of prevents king employing foreign troops, 545
-, hampers his spirited designs, 567
-, prevents help to Palatine, 577
-, makes campaign against Scots improbable, 590, 600.

money from Spain, for Flanders :

sent contrary to king's orders, 59
-, Coke to make enquiry about, 73.

seized by king's order, 83
-, Oate does nothing about, 84.

sent through Italy instead of England, 154.

Richelieu remonstrates against English convoying, 389
-, Dutch complain about, 602.

Cardenas offers 12000 crowns for royal ship to take, 562
-, landed at Plymouth, 574.

Charles urged to seize and use for Palatine, 576
-, brought to English ports from Cadiz, 592n.

money, coins :

crowns, 105, 157, 168, 183, 253, 295, 327, 328, 333, 341, 369, 370, 374, 387, 388, 395, 398, 400, 402, 410, 421, 458, 469, 490, 509, 516n, 562, 572n, 580, 606.

doubles, dubloons, 363, 372.

ducats, 27, 32, 105, 157, 175, 176, 239, 253, 280, 361, 363, 370, 379, 391, 397n, 403, 410, 437, 441, 451-453, 461, 470, 509, 520, 528, 553n, 574.

-, equivalent in sterling, 298.

florins, 56, 58, 70, 378, 380, 393, 422, 490n, 554.

francs, 24, 59n, 63, 380, 484.

lire, 369.

livres, 405.

reals, ryals, 25, 83, 263, 383, 396, 404, 407-409, 431, 475, 495, 528.

reichs thalers, 567.

rose nobles, 159n.

Monferrato, North Italy :

English regret loss of places in, 241
-, Charles promises to unite with Austrians for restitution of, 503.

Monod, Pere, Jesuit, confessor of duchess of Savoy :

arrested and imprisoned, 542.

monopolies :

king's use of, for raising money, 167
-, king abolishes 22, to win popularity, 477.

Monroy y Zuniga, Sancho de, marquis of Castaeda, Castagneda, Spanish ambassador in Germany :

says cannot treat for surrender of Palatinate, 215
-, gives emperor promise to settle Palatine's claims, 253.

Monsieur. See Gaston, duke of Orleans.

Monsigot, M. de, secretary to queen mother :

sent to England, suggests project against France to king, 277, 278
-, king's opinion of, 278n
-, king reserves reply to, 281, 288.

looking for house, 281
-, hopes to obtain reconciliation of queen mother and king, 288.

not to be admitted to England, 446
-, queen gets ban withdrawn, 449.

expected at Court, 456
-, trick to find if queen mother welcome, 459
-, sends news to her, 460.

warned to abstain from intrigues, 463
-, takes queen mother's manifesto to Cardinal Infant, 459n.

Montagu, Henry, earl of Manchester, keeper of the Privy Seal :

discussed question of shipmoney in council, 426.

Montagu, Walter :

queen sends to meet Chevreuse, 404n.

Montbliard, Montbelliard, [Doubs, France] :

duke of Lorraine inclined to beseige, 243.

Monterey, count of. See Fonseca, Manuel de.

Montgomery, earl of. See Herbert, Philip.

Montgomery, Gabriel de :

killed Henry II of France in tournament, 313.

Montmelian [Savoie, France] :

Pere Monod arrested and imprisoned at, 542n.

Montpensier, duchess of. See Anne Marie Louise.

Morea, Greece :

testing of measures for people of, 29.

desirability of attracting trade away from, 29, 31.

Hyde proposes to divert English trade from, 57, 58.

English cloth exported from islands to, relieved of new custom, 62
-, English cloth trade with, 361, 403.

Hyde withdraws to, 381
-, English merchants leave Venetian dominions for, 438
-, Hyde trading in, 451, 508
-, Hyde returns from, 528, 529.

development of currant trade with, 549.

Moret, Moreta [Seine et Marne] :

despatch dated at, 593.

Morocco, North Africa :

English agreement with for cloth trade renewed, 400
-, goods for renewal of trade with, 405.

-, king of. See Muley, Zidan.

Morosini, Alvise, the second, Savio alla Mercanzia, 564.

-, Geronimo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 538.

-, Polo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 30.

Mrs, Meurs [Rhenish Prussia, Germany] :

negotiations to have made imperial fief, 135n.

Morton, Peter, English Agent at Turin :

despatch to Coke, 334n
-, might go to Venice as agent, 359, 363.

Most Christian. See Louis XIII, king of France.

Moulins, Molins [Allier, France] :

Palatine stopped at, 588, 590, 592.

Moulsham, co. Essex :

queen mother stays night at, 468n.

Moura, Manuel de, y Corte Real, marquis of Castel Rodrigo, Spanish ambassador at Rome :

warns Viceroy of Naples that pope preparing army, 267.

mourning, court :

not worn for Emperor Ferdinand II, 182
-, for duke of Savoy, 315, 317, 354, 484.

Muley, Zidan, king of Morocco :

composition with Salee with help of English fleet, 281
-, delight at, 377.

grants trading privileges to English, 282
-, sends back slaves, generosity to, 294.

present to Charles, 316
-, Blake farmed customs for, 327n.

privileges of ambassador, 323
-, merchants wish to gratify, 400.

offers to attack Spain, 332
-, offer of alliance not pursued, 354.

no negotiations at Paris, 360.

suggested attack on Algiers, 377.

present of coach and horses to, 417.

Munich [Bavaria, Germany] :

Haubitz sent to, 17
-, duke returns to, 132.

Murad IV, Sultan of Turkey, the Grand Turk :

favour to Emino of Arsenal, 9
-, incensed at firing by English ship, 57.

Wyche redeems English sailors from, 139.

English appeal to for reduction of duties at Cyprus, 408, 431
-, confirms reduction, 431.

orders imprisonment of Bailo, 465, 476
-, all depends on caprice of, 487.

pirates have support of, 492
-, Wyche wants informed of attitude of Christendom about, 544.

reported victory of Persians over, 549.

Crow unable to see, 558.

Charles says threats likely to unite Christendom, 564.

Murano [Prov. Venezia, Italy] :

importation of glass from restricted, 40, 41.

superiority of crystal glass of, 41
-, Mansell assures that trade will be benefited by his monopoly, 41, 42
-, Mansell's offers to import, 83.

glass workers from, in England, 390, 391.

muscat. See under wine.

Muscovy Company :

Denmark grants right to trade in northern seas, 159n
-, English ship from, taking tallow to Mediterranean, 461.

Muscovites :

Poland's victories over, 348.

mushrooms :

Fielding and household poisoned by, 74.

muskets :

cost in England, 461.