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Index: V

Pages 781-787

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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Valapano. See Saban Bey.

Valaresso, Alvise, Savio alla Mercanzia, 483.

Val d' Alessandria, Cephalonia :

lading place for currants, 28, 43, 61.

Valenciennes, Valentiana [Nord, France] :

Candale proposes to besiege, 267.

Valette, La, Cardinal. See Nogaret, Louis de.

-, duchess of. See Cambout, Marie de.

-, duke of. See Nogaret, Bernard de.

Valimar, duke of. See Saxe Weimar, duke Bernard of.

Valle, Antonio della :

Correr offers to deliver to justice, 162.

Valona [Albania] :

Venetians capture Barbary galleys at, 444
-, representations by ambassadors at Porte about, 448.

Valtelline, the valley [Switzerland], 243, 275 :

Rohan's presence required in, 45
-, France unable to hold her own in, 198.

Charles remarks on, 225
-, evacuation by French, 226n.

Vane, Sir Henry :

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

Vanguard, royal ship :

equipped but lacks captain, 60.

Vardes, marquis de. See Bec, Rn du.

Varenne, M. de :

brings word of birth of dauphin (Louis XIV), 449.

Varese [Prov. Cono, Italy] :

allies take, 45.

Varotero, ? a malefactor, 204.

Varvich. See Berwick.

Vassal, Vassel, Samuel, English merchant :

cloth trade with Ragusa, 329, 331
-, Zonca urges to transfer trade to Spalato, 329, 330, 345.

proposal to Venice, 331, 338, 386
-, prepares to make transfer, 345, 351.

Hobson reports to, 362
-, contemplates fresh offer, 374.

Vathy, Theachi, Ithaca :

recommended as port of lading for currants, 30.

Venice :

despatch dated at, 208.

pope's quarrel with over eulogy, 149.

Herbert's offer of service to, 363n.

1636 :

Hyde farms customs of islands for, 528.

need for circumspection, 7.

lordship over the Gulf, 19
-, Mansell's glass monopoly injurious to, 41.

Palatine's profession of friendship for, 20, 21, 94.

Rowlandson means to return to live at, 22
-, Gatwood said to have gone to, 40, 83.

efforts to bring trade to by exemption from duties on oil, 36, 94.

Charles asks about forces and policy, 45
-, ambassador for diet, 61, 76, 100.

Dutch ask for help from, 72
-, reception of legate in territory of, 78.

demand salute from English ship, 74
-, Oate claims advantage over, 97.

merchants object to quarantine required in, 94.

to be invited to enter Anglo French alliance, 95, 104.

choice of ambassador in England, 105
-, ambassador to emperor, 131, 147.

1637 :

Charles expresses friendship for, 128, 195
-, friendly relations with England, 140, 143, 170, 196, 197, 200, 211, 216, 243, 267, 269, 293, 337, 342.

policy to divert trade from foreign ports to, 132.

pope expresses friendliness for, 148.

treatment of ministers by Spanish ministers, 151, 172, 176, 212, 214, 220, 226, 229, 233
-, respect for ambassadors, 162.

offer of services to Palatine at Cologne, 152
-, Palatine piqued at not answering letter, 154, 172.

Palatine enquires about forces maintained by, 152.

French want represented at Cologne, 158
-, interposition for peace welcomed, 172.

Charles incensed with over Nave affair, 165
-, Correr accused of making trouble with, 169.

difference of penal laws from English, 169
-, methods of secrecy in treason cases, 171.

Charles wants invitation from to send to Cologne, 172, 199
-, response of, 189
-, invitation given, 212
-, Fielding's office upon, 221.

Nave affair deplored as affecting relations with, 176, 178
-, king requires satisfaction from, 178-181, 195-197.

Hamilton's intention to visit, 197.

decree for import of salt fish, 197
-, Fielding wants thanked for favour to merchants, 210.

urges queen of Sweden to send to Cologne, 199.

punish officers who offended Fielding, 205, 206, 232
-, no wish for Fielding's punishment, 207.

candidates for embassy to, 216, 352.

Graswinckle submits portions of book to, 214, 234.

do not wish to push case against Fielding, 218
-, devotion of Lady Denbigh to, 226, 262.

cautious reserve about support to Palatine and invitation to Cologne, 221, 222.

will regret Rohan's departure from Valtelline, 226.

concern at prospect of English trade with Ancona, 228.

threat to deal with English ships which trespass in Adriatic, 228, 246, 330.

Oate expresses obligations to, 229
-, king of Spain indebted to for peace efforts, 237.

Fielding proposes mutual understanding with, 231
-, Charles writes friendly letter to, 243
-, asks advice, 275.

Correr denies giving invitation from to send to Cologne, 238.

Palatine proposes mediation of, 244, 261.

Fielding imparts Anglo French treaty to, 246, 247
-, reply to, 247, 280
-, instructions about communication, 275n.

probably against general congress at Rome, 274.

citizen wounded by Fielding's servants in Piazza, 276, 279, 280.

protection desired for Mantua, 283, 284
-, offices with duchess and prince, 284.

insistence on quarantine, 286, 322
-, release Watts to please Fielding, 287
-, king's thanks, 321, 322.

Fielding's servant shoots Venetian at San Moise, 290, 291, 308, 312-314, 321, 324-326, 339, 340.

surgeons unskilful, 291n
-, embassy in London may suffer for treatment of Fielding, 313.

thanks for communication of Anglo French treaty, 294.

urged to keep Spaniards out of Mantua, 310
-, English want openly committed against Austria, 312.

urged to reconciliation with Savoy, 310, 311.

resent Fielding's claim to judge own servants, 317, 320, 321, 334-337, 341, 343
-, Zonca's office upon, 339, 340.

effort to attract trade from West, 319, 320, 340, 351
-, effort to divert trade to, 329, 331, 344,-346.

claim for an ambassadors to be received by an earl, 323, 349.

question of Fielding returning to, 324, 326, 333, 340, 343, 346, 351, 352n.

Fielding much indebted to, 326.

growing trade of Ragusa injures, 329
-, proposal to, for transfer of trade from Ragusa to Spalato, 331, 345, 351.

complaint of heavy duties at, 330
-, cloth exported to islands from, 344.

special favour to Englishmen, 345.

1638 :

friendly relations with England, 356, 376, 382, 383, 473.

Lady Arundel glad to repay favours, 359
-, Hamilton also, 364.

Fielding not returning to, 359, 363
-, Fielding's conduct at not approved, 363, 469.

competitors for embassy to, 360, 363, 388, 396, 399
-, vote chain for Fielding, 369
-, vote for entertainment, 379.

efforts to attract English trade to, 361, 396
-, release of Turner from galleys, 368, 369, 376.

reported alliance with pope against French, 363n
-, or with emperor, 398.

negotiations with pope, 362
-, approaching adjustment, 393, 401.

Charles offers to co-operate with, 366, 375
-, Fielding offers to serve, 375, 376, 381.

objection to reconciliation with Savoy, 367, 369, 376
-, Fielding's services for, 381
-, generosity to Fielding applauded, 396.

support of Mantua, 367
-, Savoy desires reconciliation, with 406.

policy to maintain peace, 376, 381.

Fielding recommends merchants to, 381
-, Fielding's obligations to, 381, 383.

reduction of duties at Zante to attract trade, 386
-, Symonds proceeding to, 402.

hiring of English ships for, in Levant, 396, 408
-, appointment of consul for Levant notified to, 402.

restrictions check English trade at, 402, 403
-, export of pictures from, 406, 426
-, and statuary, 420, 423, 428.

English offer to mediate with Savoy, 406, 443.

Graswinckel asked to respect claims to Adriatic, 408, 414, 431
-, Graswinckle's book on Savoy submitted to, 437.

patience with Fielding appreciated, 412
-, Hamilton looks after interests with king, 417.

Fielding to return to, 412n, 467
-, a mistake, 421
-, not decided, 447.

Cardenas remembers favours of, 420
-, no appointment to embassy likely, 424, 440
-, new ambassador promised, 443.

Egmont asks for mediation of, 430, 434
-, Zonca returning to, 456.

treatment of ambassadors in England, 434, 435, 438, 440, 472.

ship laded for, 436
-, burning of Jupiter detrimental to, 442.

order for special treatment of English in Levant islands, 437.

fear of English consulship at Zante injuring trade, 438
-, dismiss Symonds, 474, 480.

capture pirate galleys at Valona, 446, 448, 456.

want to buy gunpowder in England, 447, 461, 470
-, and tallow, 448, 459, 461.

appreciation of Wyche's offices for Bailo, 465, 470, 474, 476, 485
-, appeal for English support, 476, 483.

Fielding wishes to return to, 468
-, return decided, 471
-, Douglas ready to return to, 478.

fear of trouble with Turks, 476, 480
-, contemplate hiring ships, 476, 485, 491.

1639, 516 :

Charles promises support against Turks, 485, 488, 497, 514, 515, 565
-, thanks him, 491, 498, 522, 524, 527, 554.

ratify patents of consul general, 485
-, Douglas awaits instructions from, 490
-, ready to return to, 525.

merchantmen sailing for, 488
-, alert for English trading in Archipelago, 494.

Turks demand too much of, 488
-, Turks more disposed to peace, 491, 497
-, fear of rupture, 518.

England expects assistance for Palatine, 489.

Fielding back in, 494, 527
-, Reeves sets out for, 499
-, Fielding cannot find suitable house at, 499n.

Spain ready to help against Turk, 498
-, friendly relations with England, 515, 531, 570.

Fielding demands reception as extraordinary, 499, 504
-, demur about, 500
-, decisions about reception, 503, 505
-, Fielding dissatisfied, 506
-, concession to, 509, 514.

Fielding not expected to return to, 501, 509
-, provision for Fielding's reception, 509-511.

Fielding's thanks to, 513-515.

impart news of Turkish difficulty to Fielding, 517, 518
-, promise of English help for, 540, 544, 552.

Fielding urges reconciliation with Savoy on, 519, 520, 523, 524, 526, 527, 542
-, reply upon, 522, 526, 532
-, no overtures, 540.

Hyde banished from state, 528
-, efforts to black his reputation with, 529.

asked to correspond with England in Latin, 534
-, 534
-, decision about Graswinckle's book desired, 543.

desire return of Douglas, 537
-, proposal to return for new employment, 562.

Fielding returning to, 542, 544, 551, 552, 563, 572
-, uncertain, 546, 560, 583
-, Senate wishes to know about, 564.

interest of Christendom to defend against Turks, 544
-, settlement with Turks, 564, 573.

Egmont offers services to, 546, 560.

congratulations on settlement with Scots, 558, 564.

claim for parity of treatment of ambassadors, 565, 568, 574, 578, 586
-, English embassy to considered superfluous, 574.

allow Symonds to return to Zante for two years, 569, 570
-, refuse special tribunal for Hyde, 572.

obtain passport for Palatine from emperor, 574, 583, 585, 586.

insist on reciprocity in matter of ambassadors, 583.

-, cloth of. See cloth, Venetian.

art of the salt fishmongers, 197.

Avogador, 292, 313.

Biastemmia, magistracy of, 140.

Captain of the Gulf. See Gradenigo, Antonio.

Captain of the Great Galleys, 92.

-, See Mocenigo, Piero.

Captain General, 185, 276n.

Collegio, 74, 185, 188, 210, 222 :

to release Boni, 205
-, reply to Hobson, 374.

secretaries of. See Antelmi Antonio
-, Cavazza, Gerolamo
-, Gratarol, Gio Batt
-, Rosso
-, Suriano, Cristoforo
-, Zon, Pier Antonio
-, Zonca, Francesco.

Council of Eight, 283.

Council of Ten, 201, 317 :

order against Rossi, 92, 101
-, decree, against Nave, 140, 171, 225.

send papers on Fielding to Collegio, 185
-, to punish offending officials, 205, 206, 218, 222
-, request for release sent to, 225
-, releases prisoners, 228.

demand arrest of Fielding's servant, 290, 291
-, has arrested, 291
-, sentence, against, 291n, 308, 313, 321.

-, Captain of, report on Nave affair, 210.

-, Secretary of. See Vincenti.

doge of. See Erizzo, Francesco.

Five Savii of the Mercanzia :

report on memorial of English merchants trading at Zante and Cephalonia, 27-30
-, further report, 57, 61.

instruction to about Hobson, 43.

to select one to test weights and measures for Levant Islands, 44.

to register Senate's decrees about currant trade, 44.

the body to deal with Hyde's affairs, 48
-, Hobson's case referred to, 232.

to put up currant duty to auction, 61.

report on proposal to establish mart for English cloth at Spalato, 132.

Hobson sees about transferring trade to Spalato, 362.

report on consul at Zante, 438
-, confirm Aquila's appointment, 452
-, process against Aquila and Boldu before, 529.

attestation required for ships taking cargoes to Venice, 453
-, ship sailing from, 454.

report on appointment of consul general for Italy, 482, 483.

reports on Symonds, 537, 538, 563, 564, 569
-, report on special tribunal for Hyde, 546.

Grand Council, 74.

Inquisitors of State, 166, 169, 171, 210.

merchants. See merchants, Venetian.

nobility. See nobility, Venetian.

Patriarch of. See Cornaro, Federigo.

Proveditore in Terra Ferma, 78.

Proveditore of the Fleet, 368.

-, See also Capello, Marino
-, Corner, Bartolomeo.

Proveditore of the Customs, 92.

Proveditore for oil, 94.

Quaranta Civil vecchio, 482, 528.

Quaranta Criminal, 285.

Rason Vecchie, magistracy, 503, 509, 510.

Revisers and Regulators of the Customs, 92.

Sanita, Board of Health :

seventy with English shipmaster, 285, 286
-, foreign ships not to suffer extortion from, 319.

Senato, secretary of. See Sarotti.

Treasury, Proveditore General of, 510.

Arsenal, 448.

Ca Dandolo, 169, 189.

Ca Morosini at San Stefano, 505.

Doge's palace, 279.

Giustiniani palace, residence of English ambassador, 144.

Grand Canal, 140, 144, 185.

Mint, 184, 370.

piazza of San Marco, 291n, 292, 336 :

Fielding's servant wounds Venetian in, 279, 279, 280, 283, 322.

San Geremia, San Hieremia, 140.

San Giobbe, traghetto, 185.

San Moise, 185
-, calle larga of, 144, 210.

-, little house at, 137, 138, 140, 143, 144, 161, 162, 163, 169, 170, 184, 188, 196, 200-202, 210, 211, 212.

-, Fielding's servant shoots Venetian at, 290, 322, 323.

Venier, Marco, Savio alla Mercanzia, 439.

Veniero, Sebastiano, Venetian ambassador (bailo) at Constantinople :

allowed hiring of English ship, 396.

Venlo, Venloo [Prov. Limburg, Netherlands] :

Cardinal Infant takes, 267, 288.

Vercelli [Prov. Novara, Italy] :

Fielding dissatisfied with reception in district, 406.

besieged by Leganes, 423
-, fall expected, 427
-, relieved, 433.

Verdembergh. See Werdenberg.

Verdieux, Jan, captain of Sampson of Flushing, 14n.

Vernon, Sir George, justice of the Court of Common Pleas :

judgment in Hampden case, 370, 376.

Vert, Giovanni de. See Weerdt, John de.

Vescurt. See Westcourt.

Vetcombe. See Whetcombe.

Vic, Devich, Henry de, English Agent in France :

returns home, 56.

English envoy to Denmark, agent at Hamburg :

takes news of decisions for Palatine, 142
-, takes letters from Palatine, id.

impatience for news from, 157
-, instructed to settle naval question amicably, 160.

asks pardon for not reporting Belaw's mission, 219n.

despatches to Coke, 219n, 220n.

has powers to ratify French alliances, 315
-, reports Swedish delegates on way to congress, 318.

reports negotiations with emperor, 347, 356.

says nothing of alleged victories of Gallas, 354
-, misled by French minister, 359.

cautious reply to Salvius, 364.

reports arrival of French minister, 364
-, reports Gallas near Hamburg, 373.

has full powers to treat, 390
-, and to ratify treaty, 391.

reports offer of Salvius to Palatine, 422.

Vice Chamberlain :

Fielding tried to obtain post of, 572.

- See Goring, George baron.

Vicenza [Prov. Vicenza, Italy] :

Fielding travelling by, 383.

service of Giovanni Giustinian at, 521.

Vico, Thadeo, secretary of Venetian chancery :

reads deliberation of Senate to Fielding, 73, 74.

-, -, Venetian resident with the Swiss :

conversation with Fleming, 502.

Victory, royal ship :

brought over Oate, 24n, 263, 384
-, takes money to Flanders, 59n.

Vienna [Austria], 9, 118, 314 :

news from, 88, 290, 347n.

Oate sick at, 10
-, Arundel leaves for, 22, 33
-, Arundel not to leave, 103.

Count Brandestein sent to, 194
-, Egmont travelling to, 434.

nuncio proposes armistice at, 270.

king writes to against Cardenas, 477.

despatches dated at, 43, 191, 253, 268, 320, 486, 503, 508, 513, 517, 523, 526.

-, bishop of. See Wolfrath, Anton.

Villacastin [Old Castile, Spain] :

Scandaret wounded near, 357n.

Villafranca, marquis of. See Toledo, Garcia de.

Villa Mediana, count of. See Guevara, Don Inigo de.

Villiers, Catherine, duchess of Buckingham :

Charles takes children from, to be educated, because a Catholic, 150.

-, George, first duke of Buckingham, 148 :

Charles has children educated with Prince of Wales, 150
-, king's favour to whole race of, 207.

Lady Denbigh sided with Venice against, 226.

Charles had no favourites since death, 297
-, Laud compared with, 393.

project for overawing parliament by foreign mercenaries in time of, 298.

-, Mary, daughter of the first duke of Buckingham :

Charles desires Lennox to marry, 148
-, marriage postponed, 216.

Villiers, William, viscount, Grandison :

accompanies Palatine princes to Hague, 237n
-, attended Correr at entry, 323.

Vincennes [Seine, France] :

Prince Casimir taken to castle, 508, 593
-, Palatine taken to, 592, 593.

Vincenti, , secretary of the Council of Ten :

sent to ask surrender of Fielding's servant who shot native, 290, 291, 312, 313, 320, 342.

Vindebanch. See Windebank.

Virginia, New England :

fishing rights off granted to Kirke, 187.

religious malcontents emigrate to, divisions among, 304, 305
-, Brownists leave for New England, 305.

ship arrives with rich cargo from, 606.

Vismar. See Wismar.

Vitelli, Francesco, archbishop of Thessalonica, papal nuncio at Venice.

expels della Nave from his house, 140, 161
-, negotiating adjustment between Venice and pope, 362, 394, 401.

exposition about negotiations in Flanders, 521, 522.

Vittorio Amadeo, duke of Savoy, 424 :

Coke's comment on claim to royal title, 148
-, conduct obnoxious to Venice, 311.

Fielding desires mission to, 216.

Oate against restoring Pinerolo to, 252.

quarrels with Crequi, 278
-, death, 310
-, court mourning for, 315, 317, 354.

Spanish slanders about death, king resents, 318
-, English waiting to see result of death, 322
-, queen's memorial service for, 333.

Parelli sent to announce death, 334, 344
-, royal claims, 356.

devotion of people to, 371.

offended Venice by taking title of king of Cyprus, 519
-, expressed friendly sentiments to Venice, 526.

Vivero, Father :

introduces fresh negotiations about Palatine, at Brussels, 541.

Vizcaya, Biscay [Spain] :

Grammont ordered to invade, 415.

troops from (Biscayans), landed at Dover, 555.

Volgast. See Wolgast.

Voltera, Todero, customer at Zante, 454.

Vondani, Don Biasio :

charges against Aquila and Boldu, 529.

Vosberghen, Gaspar von, M. di Vosbergh, Dutch ambassador in France :

driven by storm to England, 362
-, sails for Holland with d' Estrades, 364, 365
-, ship escorting wrecked, 371.

Vuechi. See Wyche.