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Pages 577-581

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9, 1592-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.

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Baglioni, bill drawn by, 67.

Bahamas, The, 348, 438.

Bairan, Chiaia of the Arsenal, at Constantinople, letter to, 977.

Balligny, Marshal. 423, 424, 552.

Baltic, the, English trade with, 1152, 1160.

Baltimore, surrendered by Spanish, 1057.

Bapaume, 616.

Barbary, coral fishery in, 82;

reported cession to England of port on coast of, by Sultan, 818.

Barber-Surgeon in Spain, all taxes remitted him, and his posterity, for letting Queen's blood, 852.

Barcelona, 136, 619.

Barneveldt, M. de. See Olden-Barneveldt.

Barsa, George, an Albanian, Spanish Commander, 446.

Barton, Edward, English Ambassador in Turkey (1592), memorializes the Sultana, 13,

the Sultan, 14.

-, -, his influence with the Mufti, 45.

-, -, his relations with Venetian Ambassador, 51,

with Ferrad Pasha, 53.

-, -, urges the Turk to naval action, on behalf of France, 56, 57, 114.

-, -, embroils ex-ambassador of Henry III. of France with Turks. See Savari Lanscosme, Jacques de.

-, -, aids Florentine trade with Turk, 87, 134, 151. See also Tuscany.

-, -, his Bogdanian (Moldavian) intrigue, 89, 92, 96, 131, 221, 237, 276.

-, -, confirmed as ambassador, 114.

-, -, pressed for money, 114, 134.

-, -, supports French representations, 115, 116, 117.

-, (1593), presses for naval preparations against Spain, 123, 145, 187, 218, 284.

-, -, obtains promise of a fleet, 131.

-, -, delivers Queen's despatches, urging Turk to keep truce with Empire, and to attack Spain, 190, 197, 201.

-, -, his mastery of the Turkish tongue, 197.

-, -, his personal quarrel with Frencb Ambassador, Sieur de Breves, 201.

-, -, his arrest, on charge of conniving at escape of prisoners, and personal appeal to Sultan, 213, 218.

-, -, arrival of presents from England opportune for, 221.

-, -, his audience with Sultan, to kiss hands, 224, 227.

-, -, presses for despatch of fleet, 224, 227, 236.

-, -, dependent for his salary on English merchants, 227.

-, -, reaches Sultan's ear through women of Seraglio, 237, 240.

-, -, his offer of mediation with Emperor, 237,

declined by Sultan, 240,

again urged, 242.

-, (1594), Charles Elman's suit against. See Elman.

-, -, fails to obtain despatch of fleet, 284.

-, (1595), prevented by poverty from kissing hands with new Sultan, 332.

-, -, his claim against ex-Capudan Pasha, 334.

-, -, mediates between Germany and Poland, and Turk, 346, 371.

-, (1596), his Moldavian and Polish intrigues, 392, 393,

-, -, prepares to join Turkish army, to treat with Poles, 404, 443, 444, 465, 472.

-, -, his mediation declined by Emperor, 456.

-, -, present in Turkish camp, negotiating peace, 495, 496, 499, 509, 512, 515, 516, 518, 525, 530.

-, -, resents the execution of Paul Mariani 524, 529, 535, 542.

-, -, an eye-witness of battle of Keresztes, 524.

-, -, bears arms for Turk, 524.

-, (1597), his peace negotiations resented by Pope, 537.

-, -, counsels Turk to grant truce, 546.

-, -, -, his expressions, touching peace, 551.

-, -, his letter to Prince of Transylvania, counselling neutrality, 559, 576;

the reply, 577, 585.

-, -, policy recommended by, in case of conclusion of peace between Spain and Turkey, 622.

-, -, demands punishment of Hassan Pasha for murder of German envoy, 623, 636.

-, -, complains of arrest of English ships in Crete and Zante, 636.

-, -, acts as intermediary between Wallachia and Porte, 643, 647.

-, (1598), his death, 655;

appointment of his successor, 806.

-, -, his action, qu capitulations with Turkey, 936.

Basing House, Basingstoke, reception of French embassy at, 1020.

Bassadona, Giovanni, or Zuanne, 343, 359, 505, 716, 778, 781,

returns home to Venice, after a seven years' stay in England, 839.

Baufremont, Claude Charles de, Baron of Senescey, Bishop of Troyes, his mission (1592) to England, 88, 102.

Bavaria, Prince of house of, a protestant, at Rome, 882.

Bayona, 453, 463, 464, 506, 507.

Bayonne, 448, 531.

Bazan, Don Alonzo de, Captain General of the Ocean, brother to the Marquis of Santa Cruz, 3, 90, 313, 519, 747.

Beam, Prince of, 360. See Henry IV.

Bearnese, Spanish movements against, 360.

Bearnois, The, 440, &c. See Henry IV.

Beaton, James, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow, Ambassador from Scotland in France, 279, 702, 723.

Beaufort, Duchess of. See D'Estres, Gabrielle.

Beauge, bail of, retained by France, 948.

Beaumont, siege (1593) of, 124.

Beaumont, M. de, son of the First President of Parliament of Paris, sent ambassador to England, 1036, 1072, 1164.

Beauvais, Henry IV. encamped opposite, 17;

Spanish in, 256;

Henry IV. at, 556.

Bedford, John, master of ship, 654.

Beerhaven, surrendered by Spanish, 1057.

Belgarde, M. de, French Ambassador in Spain, 722.

Belgrade, Turkish march on, 198, 472;

Sultan at, 512,

mentioned, 576.

Belin, M. de, his cowardice at La Fre, 448,

extraordinary plot to save him the consequences, 449,

his trial, 453.

Belli, Signor Domenico, Ambassador for the Duke of Savoy, 136.

Bellivre, M. de, Minister of Henry IV., conversations with, 254, 419;

intercepts Spanish correspondence, 631;

incapacitated by infirmities, 637;

plenipotentiary to negotiate (1598) peace of Vervins with Spain, 656, 661, 716;

his views (1599) on Papal league against Turks, 785.

Bene, Alessandro dal, forged letter to, 410, 411.

Bera, to be surrendered by Savoy, 698.

Bergamo, Philip II.'s investiture of, 889.

Berlamont, Count of, his audience with Philip II., policy recommended by, to Spain, 388;

his views on pacification of Flanders, 416.

Bernardo, Lorenzo, Venetian Ambassador in Turkey, despatches from, 4, 5, 12, 15.

Bertoni English ships in Levant so called, 887 note, 923, 941, 950, 959, 961, 966, 1032, 1109, &c.;

equipment of a berton, 1118;

distinguished from light boats Fuste, 1122.

Bethune, Earl of. See Bothwell.

Bthune, M. de, a Roman Catholic, brother of the Huguenot M. de Rosny, appointed French Ambassador (1599) to Scotland, 800;

suspicions in England as to his mission, 809, 827.

Betunes, Conte de. See Bothwell.

Beville, 419.

Bihacs, 197,

betrayed to Turk, 209.

Biron, Baron de, son of the Marshal, at siege of Rouen, 8, 10.

Biron, Marshal de, at siege of Rouen, 10, 38;

interview with, 483;

nicknamed the thunderbolt, 558;

wounded at Arras, 561;

conducts siege of Amiens, 558, 597;

his splendid special Embassy to England, 1014, 1017;

his return, 1018;

objects of mission, 1019, 1020, 1035;

discovery of his plot and his punishment, 1094;

his alleged abettors, 1111.

Biscay, 166, 259, 288, 306, 406, 453, 481, 805;

sailors of, decline Spanish service, 570;

Spanish navy recruited from, 999.

Black Sea, Fortress of, escape of prisoners from, 211, 213, 218, 221;

prisoners in, 269, 465;

gun bursts in, 427.

Blackwell, or Bakewell, George, Roman Catholic Archpriest in England, Spanish and Jesuit connexions of, and English opposition to, 1036, 1043, 1052;

his case referred to Rome, 1061, 1066, 1078, 1089.

Blauet, 306, 320, 424, 511, 591, 656, 665, 687, 691, 692, 698, 738, 747, 1025.

Blois, 644, 1072.

Blount, Charles, Lord Montjoy, afterwards Earl of Devon, succeeds the Earl of Essex, in Ireland, 851, 874, 883;

his campaign against the Spanish at Kinsale, 1025, 1047;

his victory, 1048, 1049,

Blunt, Elizabeth, mother of Duke of Somerset, 1143.

Bobadiglia, Don Francesco. See Pignanrostro.

Boderia, M. della, French resident in Flanders, 1042.

Bogdania, Principality of. See Moldavia.

Bois-le-Duc, in Brabant, Governor of (See Grobendonk), siege of, by Count Maurice expected, 1063, 1072, 1131.

Boisiers, M. de la, brother-in-law of M. de Maisse, Ambassador in Ordinary to England, 713;

his departure, 750;

arrival in England, 758;

his defects, 777.

Boleyn, Anne, mother of Queen Elizabeth, 1143.

Bologna, Fillipo of, the engineer, 458.

Bon, Ottaviano, Venetian Ambassador Extraordinary in Spain, despatches from, 1021, 1028, 1032, 1046, 1050, 1054, 1058, 1065, 1068, 1073.

Bonaventura, , a Portuguese, peace agent from Flanders to Elizabeth, 1080.

Bonaventure, Gabriele, the Jew, an adventurer, to be hung with his followers, 925.

Bondumier, Piero, Venetian Governor in Zante, despatches from, 1110, 1117, 1119, 1121;

succeeded by Maffio Michiel, 1122.

Bonifacio, Capt., 604.

Bordeaux, 166, 306, 1036;

pay of English soldiers to be charged on salt of, 255;

trade of, with England in wine, 539.

Borisi, Marc' Antonio, member of Venetian Legation in Constantinople, 270, 271, 324, 950, 997, 1104.

Bosnia, orders to Pasha of, 177;

Pasha of Temesvar appointed to, 180, 190;

his intended fate, 199.

Bostangi Pasha, 324, 447, et passim.

Bothwell (Betunes, Bethune), Earl of, his attack (1592) on King of Scotland, 98.

Bouillon, Duke of, in command (1596) at Amiens, 423;

reported relief by, of Calais, 428;

sent on mission to England, 431, 433, 441, 445, 449;

returns, 453;

to go to England again, 474;

report by, in conversation, of tenour of Queen's remarks, 483, 503,

in England, 494;

sent on mission to Holland, the policy of the Prince of Orange his fatter-in-law, 504;

reproached by Henry IV. (1597), 571;

hostile attitude of, to Henry IV., at head of Huguenots, (1598), 652, 674, 681;

reports to Henry IV. plot to murder Count Maurice, 704;

leader of the Huguenots, alleged understanding between, and Earl of Essex (1601), 1006;

alleged treason of (1603), 1111;

English representations on his behalf, 1129.

Boulogne, Henry IV. at, 424, 440;

desired by English, 441;

Spanish design on, 446, 526, 587;

ammunition for, 474;

peace conference at, between England, Flanders, and Spain, 854, 862, 863, 868, 870, 876, 881, 891, 897, 898, 899, 905;

English Commissioners recalled from, 907.

Bourg, Spanish designs on, 1075.

Bove, Sig di (?), Scottish conspirator in exile, 1164.

Brabant, Dukes of, robes of, worn by rulers of Flanders, 839.

Bracciano, Duke of, 1132.

Bragadin, Ser Alvise, Venetian Councillor, 1105.

Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk, 1143.

Brazil, proposed French attack on, from Brittany, 306;

ravages in, by English, 355;

English expedition against, 657;

Spanish ships for, delayed, 676,

confronted by English, 679;

Venetian trade with, 859.

Brazzoduro, Pausanias, 139.

Bremen, English trade with, 611.

Brescia, death of governor of, 602;

Philip II.'s investiture of, 889.

Brest, 448, 589, 629b, 807, 815.

Breves, M. de. See Savari, Franois de.

Briante, M. de, his duel, twenty a side, and death, 862.

Brill, in Holland, garrisoned by English, 526, 743, 756, 773, 868, 1047.

Brittany (15923), Spanish in, 9, 118, 160, 186;

recall of English troops from, 216.

-, (1594), basis of Spanish attacks on England, 231, 251, 283.

-, -, despatch of English troops to, 301, 306.

-, -, Spanish in, 306, 316, 320.

-, -, partisans in, of Henry IV., intend expedition to Brazil, 306.

-, -, English negotiations for defence of, by Henry IV., 309.

-, -, Spanish fleet withdrawn from Adriatic for its defence, 311, 333.

-, -, Morlaix in, captured from Spanish, 309, 320, 322.

-, (1595), withdrawal from, of English, 322, 338, 376.

-, -, Spanish ships cross from, and burn three English villages (scil. Mousehole, Newlyn and Peuzance), 366.

-, -, Spanish ships designed for, 375.

-, -, prospects of truce in, 384.

-, (1596), genealogical claims of Philip II. to sovereignty of, printed, 430.

-, -, Spanish designs on Brest in, 448.

-, -, truce in, broken by Spanish, 457.

-, -, Spanish ships for, 511.

-, (1597), English wreck off, 534, 539.

Brittany (1597), England resolved on expulsion of Spanish from, 566, 637.

-, -, Spanish preparations against, 589, 600, 612.

-, -, French preparations for campaign in, 633, 637, 644.

-, (1598), popular desire in, for advent of Henry IV., 652.

-, -, position of, in relation to peace negotiations between France and Spain, 651, 652, 656.

-, -, Henry IV. in, 664;

submits to him, 672.

-, -, English embassy joins King in, 674.

-, -, Spanish troops withdrawn from, to be employed in West Indies, 744, 747.

-, (1599), English wool trade in, 769.

-, -, French claims, re ships of, captured by Spanish during war, 837.

-, -, proposed employment of ships from, to patrol Levant, 931.

-, -, Spinola's. galleys use ports of, English protest, 1096.

-, - See also Mercur, Duke of.

Broadcloth, English trade in 358, 1119.

Brochiero, Admiral Don Diego, 508, 629B, 635, 640, 744, 805, 999, 1009, 1028.

Brook, Mr., Levantine pirate, or privateer, 986, 987.

Bruges in Brabant, occupied by English, 756;

forts for protection of, taken by Count Maurice, 898.

Brunori, Rev. Bernardin, 293.

Brusa, 906.

Bruslart, Nicolas, Marquis de Sillery, plenipotentiary to negotiate place of Vervins (15978) with Spain, 633, 637, 641, 648, 656, 661, 716.

Brussels, 648, 687, 869, 898;

meeting of States General at, 258, 885.

Bruti, Pasquale, Venetian interpreter to English embassy in Constantinople, 499, 509, 512, 515, 518, 525, 530.

Buarcos, in Portugal, sacked by English, 1083.

Buckhurst, Lord. See Sackville, Thomas.

Buckley, Captain, English pirate in Levant, 987.

Buda, Pasha of, to be drowned, 190;

his message to the Emperor, 199;

held responsible for Turkish defeat, 228.

Bull, Papal. See Clement VIII.

Burghley, Lord. See Cecil, William, Knt.

Burgos, trade of, with England and Flanders lost, 105;

French embassy outraged at, 722.

Burgundians, Corps of, under Spanish officers, in France (1597), 541.

Burgundy, Dukes of, and their Scottish alliance, 1015,

Butler, Thomas, Earl of Ormonde, his success against Irish rebels, 750;

Queen's displeasure with, 883.

Buzenval, M. de, Ambassador of France in United Netherlands, his recall suggested by Nuncio, 1041.