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Index: C

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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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Cables, trade in, between Muscovy and Turkey, by English ships, 950, 1119.

Cadiz, 137, 153, 158, 384, 619;

sacked (1596) by English, 463, 466, 469, 470, 471, 473, 607;

effects of sack on Spain, 488;

its fortifications, 580;

wreck of Spanish treasure ship on La ponta del Diamante off, 938.

Cadsand, Count Maurice at, 1026.

Caen, besieged (1592) by Prince of Cond, 69.

Cairo (See Mariani, Paul), English Consul at, becomes renegade, 1037;

Venetian Consul at, plundered by English pirates, 1109, 1110.

Calabria, threatened Turkish attack on, 266;

effected, 311;

burden of taxation in, 1027.

Calais, attempted seizure of (1593) by Spanish, 233;

arrest (1594) at, 310;

English occupation of (1595) advocated, for its better defence against Spain, 384, 428, 431;

Spanish assault (1596) on, 423, 424, 428,

its capture, 429, 431, 433, 434, 439;

effects of its fall, 435, 450, 451, 455, 463, 464;

account of sack of, 440;

Henry IV. marches on, 445, 457;

English attack on, arranged, 494, 498, 504,

forbidden (1597) by Henry IV., 549, 569, 586, 590;

its harbour blockaded by Dutch, 629;

its surrender required (1598) by Henry IV. as price of peace with Spain, 633, 644, 648, 651, 656, 665, 667, 669, 675;

Spanish reinforcements for, 668;

surrendered to France by treaty of Vervins, 687, 705, 715;

a port of exchange (1599) for English, Dutch and Spanish goods, 785;

Flanders victualled (1600) vi, 851;

Henry IV. watches (1601) siege of Ostend from, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1016;

interviews Secretary Edmondes at, 1019;

Spinola's galley (1602) ashore at, 1098;

French precautions for retention of (1603), 1131;

mentioned, 1142.

Calatagirona, Buonaventura, General of the Franciscans, 592, 507, 598, 648, 600, 651, 656, 663.

Calatrava, Older of, in Spain. See Knightly Orders.

Caldier, Nicolo Zuan, Master of the Caldiera, deposition by, 1156.

Cambrai, falls to the Spanish, 376, 377, 385, 446;

French attempt on, 551;

restored to its Bishop, 641;

negotiations at, 651.

Camelots, Turkish trade in, with England, 1119.

Canaries, the, 470, 479;

Dutch fleet off, 807, 812, 820,

returns home, 862.

Canary, Grand, English attack on, 378.

Candia, Turkish attack on (15923) awaited, 58, 74, 172;

arrest of English ships in, 886, 887, 890, 903;

mentioned, 1128.

Canea, an outlaw of, 1142;

ship of. See Ships, Bersatona.

Canterbury, Archbishop of. See Whitgift, John.

Canvas, trade d, 426.

Cape Gallo, 1127.

Cape of Good Hope, 93, 1142.

Cape St. Vincent. See St. Vincent.

Cape Verd Island, English land on, 519.

Capello, Girolamo, Venetian Ambassador in Turkey, despatches from, 535, 542, 546, 551, 554, 555, 560, 563, 567, 568, 573, 579, 585, 594, 615, 622, 623, 627, 636, 643, 647, 655, 660, 678, 680, 748, 776, 806, 814, 817, 821, 825, 829, 846, 849, 856, 857, 364, 878, 886, 887, 890, 894, 901, 903, 912, 914.

Capigi, The, their services to German Ambassador at Constantinaple, 173,

Capitulations, French with Turkey, 156, 887, 936;

English with Turkey, 931, 936, 950, 963, 969, 976, 983.

Capudan Pasha (15924). See Cicala.

-, successor to Cicala, brother-in-law of Sultan Mehemet, 328, 336, 417, 427, 443.

Caramusale, a Turkish vessel, 950, 1031.

Carazza,, Secretary of Venetian embassy at Constantinople, 270, 282, 287.

Carerio, Demosthenes, 293.

Carey, George, Lord Hunsdon, his signature to treaty with Dutch, 773.

-, Robert, Knt., sent to Scotland, with news of Queen Elizabeth's death, 1166.

Cariglio, Ganglia, or Carillo, Doctor, Don Ferrando, of the Royal Spanish Council, commissioner to treat of peace with England, 866, 868, 881;

his claim to precedence, 899;

displaced, 905.

Cariglo, Don Luis, governor of Corunna, 630.

Carillo, Doctor. See Cariglio.

Caron, Noel de. Lord of Schondobal, agent of United Netherlands in England, 773.

Carpets, Turkish trade in, with England, 1119.

Cartagena, 306;

Spanish under Doria worsted by English off, 296.

-, in W. Indies, 306.

Carthage, New, 416, 438, 580.

Carubian beans, trade in, 1128.

Caseaes, near Lisbon, 98, 129, 234, 618;

sacked by English (1599), 801.

Caspian sea, 922.

Cassia, trade in, 1126,

Caatle Tornese, 1126, 1127.

Castille, taxes voted in, 915.

-, Adelantado of. See Adelantado.

-, Constable of, removed from Court, 43.

-, Cortes of, appropriation of supplies voted by, 478.

Castlehaven, surrendered by Spanish, 1057.

Cat-hunting in Spain, 653.

Catalonia, French attack on, 618, 619, 635;

stopped, 700.

Catherine of Navarre, sister of Henry IV., intrigue to marry her (1592), 73;

her proposed mission to England (1593), 241;

her proposed marriage to the Prince of Cond (1594), 306,

to the Prince of Lorraine (1597), 601;

with the King, 1007.

Catherine, Queen, wife of Henry VIII, 1143.

Cattaro, 74.

Caudebec, besieged (1592) by Parma, 62,

taken, 63,

recovered by Henry IV, 75.

Cavalli or Cavallo Marin, Venetian Ambassador in France, despatches from, 917, 968, 975, 1000, 1006, 1007, 1010, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1015, 1017, 1018, 1019, 1020, 1023, 1025, 1026, 1029, 1035, 1036, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1047, 1048, 1051, 1052, 1056, 1059, 1060, 1063, 1064, 1069, 1071, 1072, 1074, 1075, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1084, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1093, 1094, 1095, 1096, 1097, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1106, 1107, 1111, 1112, 1129, 1130, 1145, 1157, 1158, 1164, 1165, 1167, 1168, 1173, 1174.

Cavendish, Elizabeth. See Stuart, Elizabeth.

Caviare from Muscovy, English trade in, with Turkey, 941, 950.

Cecil, Robert, Knt., represents England (1598) at peace of Vervins, 664;

his signature to treaty with Dutch, 773;

his courtesies to noble Venetian, 1023;

announces concession made by Queen to King James, 1036;

motives of his Spanish policy, 1097;

confers with Richardot, 1101;

receives Venetian Agent, Scara-melli, 1132, 1135;

indications of support given by, to James VI.'s claim to crown, 1143.

-, William, Knt., Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer of England, anti-French policy of, due to Spanish bribes, &c., 384;

his jealousy of Essex, 419;

peace policy of, 713;

his death, 729, 733, 738;

nature of his Spanish policy defined, adopted by his son, 1097.

Cenci, the, trial and execution of, 811.

Cephaloua, English traders at, 748;

pirates off, 1139, 1147.

Cerigo, 1126, 1127, 1128, 1149, 1150.

Cesare, Don, Venetian support of, in Ferrara, 644.

Ceuta, besieged, 469, 476.

Cezimbra, English wreck at, 381.

Chapelle, La, 687.

Charcnton, Duke of Parma's retreat (1592) on, 80.

Charles V., secret instructions of, 388.

Chartres, plot to betray to Duke of Mayenne, 44.

Chteau d'If, strange affair at, 596.

Chteau Gonthier, 118.

Chatillon, M. de, nephew of late Admiral, his mission to England, 881;

killed at siege of Ostend, 1020.

Chtlet, 687.

Chieri, port of, in Zante, 1137, 1147.

China, Dutch trade with, 746.

Chinch, Capt. George. See King.

Chinchon, Count, 84, 727.

Chios, English ship at, 74;

Venetian Ambassador conveyed to, from Zante, on English ship, 904, 906;

French sardine trade with, 976;

Turkish fleet at, 1038;

English consul at, 1038;

Guistinian, Battista, of, middleman between English pirates and Turks, 1124, 1125;

Venetian trade with, 1137.

Chir the Jewess, her murder, 936, 950, 951.

Christian negroes of the Congo, 389.

Christopher, Don, Prince of Portugal, second son of Don Antonio of Portugal, sails with Cadiz expedition, 455, 476;

recruits Moors and Turks in Africa, 480;

Knighted by Earl of Essex, 498;

Portuguese attachment to, 479, 635, 876.

Cicala, or Cigala, Pasha, Capudan Pasha,

-, -, (15924), 13, 15, 28, 30, 35, 53, 57, 67, 123, 127, 145, 156, 170, 172, 173, 174, 197, 198, 204, 211, 218, 228, 264, 273, 311.

-, -, (1595), deposed from office on death of Sultan Murad, 328.

-, -, -, English Ambassador's claim against, 334.

-, -, (1596), ships captured by, on last voyage, 447.

-, -, -, in command at Keresztes, 524.

-, -, (1597), new Grand Vizier, his friend, 627.

-, -, (1598), again in command of Turkish fleet, 719.

-, -, (1600), his enmity to French, intervenes on behalf of English Ambassador, 849.

-, -, -, suspicious of war preparations of Venetians, 856, 864.

-, -, -, insults French Ambassador, 857.

-, -, -, eager for suppression of piracy in Levant, 864, 886, 887, 890.

-, -, -, reconciled to French, hostile to English, 890, 894, 901, 923.

-, -, -, ordered to enquire into alleged English outrages in Levant, 903, 923, 931, 932.

-, -, -, suit brought against his brother, 949.

- -, -, informs himself as to Sherley's Persian embassy, 959.

- -, -, again supports English, 969, 976, 983, 1031.

- -, -, his great influence and importance, 976.

- -, -, abuses French Ambassador as Spanish spy, 1031, 1045, 1067.

- -, -, puts to sea with Turkish fleet, 1038.

- -, -, his son in command, 1038.

- -, (1603), representations to, touching English piracy in Levant, 1146.

Cicala, Carlo, brother of the Capudan Pasha, the reputed agent of Spain, 150, 170, 172, 173, 174, 179, 189;

arrives in Constantinople, 197;

nature of his mission and birth, 198, 211, 217;

information obtained from, 228;

Spanish opinion of, or of his brother, 234;

reputed designs of, against Venice, 264, 273;

his friendly relations with his brother, the Capudan, 273;

in correspondence with him, 856;

suit of Luca Mariani against, 949.

Cigrine, Zan Battista, son of Messer Nicol of Venice, supercargo of the Veniera and Company, his deposition, 1126.

Clement VIII., Pope (Aldobrandino) (1592), requested by Spain to nominate King of France, 72.

-, -, his schemes to interrupt AngloVenetian, relations, 103, 109, 168, (1595) 382.

-, (1593), Bull issued by, for election of King of France, 124.

-, -, his distrust of Henry IV.'s conversion, 130.

-, -, -, acts with Venice, against Turkey, 136.

-, -, intrigues against Henry IV., 139.

-, -, absolution from an oath expected from, 140.

-, -, requests aid of Spain, against Turks, 144.

-, -, audience granted by. to M. de Lanscosme, 178.

-, -, his opinions on English Calvinism, 184.

-, -, urged by Venetian Ambassador to accept Henry IV.'s conversion, 207;

his views thereon, 215, 352, 363, 368.

-, (1594), promotes holy league against Turks, 245.

-, (1595), his nephew's mission to this end, 325, 330.

-, -, his ecclesiastical action resented in Spain, 362.

-, (1596), trades with England, in alum, 394.

-, -, opposes truce between Spain and Turkey, 405.

-, -, his views on peace between France and Spain, 407;

as reported in (forged) letter, 410, 411.

-, -, intervenes between Henry IV. and Philip II., 430, 460, 462, 467, 473, 521.

-, -, offended by Spanish insolence, 434.

-, -, sends Cardinal Alessandro de' Medici as Legate to France, 435, 449, 483, 490.

-, -, absolves Henry IV., 437.

-, (1597), his views and action touching peace between France and Spain, 532, 533, 536, 537, 547, 549, 557, 584, 588, 595, 605, 610, 644.

-, -, endeavours to prevent peace between Empire and the Turks, 537, 547.

-, -, presses for restitution of Cambrai to its bishop, 641.

-, -, offered troops by Henry IV., to assert Papal claims in Ferrara, 644.

-, (1598), represented by Cardinal Legate at negotiations leading to peace of Vervins, 663, 670.

-, -, his autograph letter to Henry IV., 684.

-, -, question of marquisate of Saluzzo referred to, 698.

-, -, his pious hopes for Queen Elizabeth's conversion, 703.

-, (1599), promotes league against Turks, 785, 843.

-, -, passes sentence on the Cenci, 811.

-, (1600), assigns certain of his church dues in Spain to government, 845.

-, -, his hopes for peace between England and Spain, 850, 853.

-, -, awaits arrival of Persian embassy, 962;

his reception of it, 972, 974, 979, 982, 985.

-, (1601), endeavours to preserve the peace between France and Spain, at time of siege of Ostend, 1023.

-, -, reissues Bull, absolving Englishmen from their allegiance, 1036, 1053.

-, (1602), requests Henry IV. to dismiss Dutch, and recall his own, Ambassadors, 1041.

-, -, toleration of Roman rite in England offered him by Queen Elizabeth in exchange for recall of Jesuits, 1061, 1066, 1078, 1089, 1110. See also Archpriest Controversy

-, -, alleged league between, and Spain, against German Protestants, 1062.

-, -, nuncio sent by, to Ireland, 1068, 1116.

-, -, upholds action of Jesuits in England, 1089.

-, -, his intervention between France and Spain, 1102.

Clenmente, Don Guglielmo de, 138.

Cleves, Anne of, 1143.

Clifford, George, Earl of Cumberland (Conte di Tamberlan, Tamurlano, Tomerlan, Zamburlant), naval fight with, 369;

off Cape St. Vincent, 432;

off San Lucar, 484;

off St. Helena, 666;

off St. Catherine's, 679;

blockades E. India fleet in Lisbon, 682, 685, 691, 708, 712, 736;

off the Azores, 725, 728;

returns home, 733;

sails for Havana, 738;

sacks Porto Rico, 741, 742,

the effects, 744, 750, 751, 758;

a corsair, 758;

leaves London to welcome King James I., 1166.

Cloth trade, English, 358, 536, 611, 769, 778, 1007, 1030, 1031. See also Merchant Adventurers.

-, -, Venetian 611.

Coemans, M. de, agent of the Cardinal of of Austria in England, 789, 793;

of the Archduke. Albert, 822, 824, 830, 832, 1010, 1020, 1023, 1025, 1029, 1130.

Coglioni, Alessandro, Venetian merchant, trading to Alexandria, 1126.

Cologne, 161, 175,

express vi, from England to Venice, 1166.

Colom, Don Francesco, in command of Seville squadron, 306

Colonna, General Don Francesco della, 210.

Companies (See Levant Company; Merchant Adventurers), guild of merchants, cruising towards indies and coast of Spain, ships furnished by, 1132.

Coud, Prince de, opposes League (1592) on Loire, 9;

besieges Caen, 69;

his summons to French Court recommended (1594) by Queen Elizabeth, 300;

his marriage to Catheriue of Navarre proposed, 306;

French partisans (1602) of, 1111.

Congo, Negro mission from, to Spain, 389.

-, Portuguese settlement on, sacked by English, 531.

Connaught, English defeat in, 378.

Constable of France, 146.

Constantinople, dearth of bread at, 198, 555, 568;

increase of buildings at, 222;

Patriarch of, dies, his successor, 568, 585,

his present to Dogaressa, 594,

action of. 647;

houses of Jews in, pulled down for mosque, 647.

Contarini, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador in France, despatches from, 614, 616, 617, 631, 632, 633, 637, 638, 639, 641, 642, 646, 648, 600, 651, 652, 656, 658, 661, 662, 663, 664, 665, 668, 671, 672, 674, 677, 681, 684, 686, 687, 688, 692, 695, 696, 702, 704, 705, 710, 713, 716, 723, 724, 729, 730, 733, 739, 742, 743, 746, 750, 758, 759, 762, 765, 766, 769, 772, 774, 777, 778, 781, 784, 785, 786, 789, 790, 791, 793, 796, 797, 800, 803, 804, 807, 809, 815, 819, 822, 823, 824, 827, 828, 830, 831, 832, 835, 839, 843, 844, 845, 851, 854, 862, 865, 868, 869, 874, 876, 881, 884, 898, 905, 907, 911, 917;

instructions to, from Venetian Senate, 929;

in Turkey, despatches from, 1103, 1104.

-, Simon, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, despatches from, 1046, 1050, 1054, 1058, 1065, 1068, 1073, 1076, 1077, 1083, 1085, 1087, 1088, 1116, 1146, 1161, 1175.

-, Tomaso, Venetian Ambassador in Spam, despatches from, 3, 6, 21, 22, 34, 43, 46, 47, 48, 50, 59, 81, 84, 85, 90, 93, 94, 100, 101, 105, 112, 136;

in Germany, despatches from, 233, 241, 244, 249, 250, 258, 261, 263, 265, 274, 275, 285, 301, 303, 350, 359, 367, 391, 456.

Copenhagen, Conference at, 1152.

Coral fishery. See Barbary.

Cordes, Zuanne, Venetian, 1153.

Corfu, 140, 887, 890, 1128, 1147, 1150.

Cork, 629b;

Roman Catholic bishop of, accompanies Spanish expedition to Kinsale, 1025.

Cornelis, Christoforo, of Hamburg, his ship seized by English privateers, 1105, 1171.

Cornish language, possessed by Queen Elizabeth, 1169.

Coron, 1122;

centre for English and Turkish buccaneers, 1123, 1124, 1127, 1150.

Corsairs. See Privateering.

Corsari, Battista, of Zante, 1139.

Corso, Alfonso, French commander, 619.

-, Mem, 950.

Corunna, 283, 313, 384, 398, 470, 479, 538, 629b, 630, 640;

plague at, 569;

English attack on, expected, 798;

Dutch attack on, repulsed, 799;

convenient for invasion of Ireland, 1025, 1028;

Spanish expedition returns to, from Ireland, 1072;

preparations at, 1093.

Corvo, Isle of, Spanish ships destroyed at, 100.

Cossacks, Walachian intrigue with, 568.

Cottim, or Consular tax, 849.

Cotton, Turkish trade in, with England, 1119.

Cox, Thomas, Captain of the Darling, in Levant, 1125.

Crete, 636, 1147, 1150.

Crichton, Robert, Baron of Sanquhar, his application for a command in Imperial army, 761.

Crimea, Tartar of, orders to, from Turk, 177.

Croatia, 187, 191.

Croce, Camillo, 556.

Croy, Charles Philippe de, Marquis d'Havre, 712.

Cruder, Captain Thomas, of the English ship Sacra, 1125.

Crusada, The, ecclesiastical due, assigned by Pope to Spanish government, 845.

Cumberland, Earl of. See Clifford, George.

Currants, trade in. See Trade.

Curtius, Imperial minister, 199.

Curzola, Count of, 67.

-, ship of, released by English, seized and plundered by Spanish, 47.

Cuscuistti Bey. See Nabrech, Hassan.