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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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Faciolo, Zuanne, son of Bernardin, from this side of the Po di Goto in the Ferrarese, Venetian sailor, deposition by, 1128.

Fagial, one of the Azores, 624.

Falcon, Christoforo, 508.

Falmouth, Spanish attempted landing at, 629, 629b, 630, 634;

castle of, strengthened, 685

Farnese, Alexander, Duke of Parma, (1592), detained by gout at Landrecies, 7.

-, -, -, ordered to relieve Rouen, at cost of risk in Flanders, 9.

-, -, -, Henry IV. marches to meet, 10,

and awaits at Beauvais, 17, 23.

-, -, -, negotiates, from Guise, with Duke of Mayenne, for Spanish occupation, as a base, of Guise, Peronne, la Fre and Laon, 11, 16, 22.

-, -, -, crosses the Somme, but withdraws, 18, 24.

-, -, -, advances, and comes near capturing Henry IV., 25,

who retires to entrenched camp at Rouen, 26.

-, -, -, stipulations of Congregation of France, as to force to be maintained by, 26.

-, -, -, operates with Mayenne, 27,

their mutual jealousy, 32.

-, -, -, takes up position in forest between Dieppe and Rouen, 38.

-, -, -, cautious conduct of campaign by, 38,

his reported retreat, 39,

due to English reinforcements for Henry IV., 44.

-, -, -, his presence not required in Flanders, 48.

-, -, -, oath of allegiance to Infanta proposed by, to Leaguers, 52, 60, 77.

-, -, -, disbands his army, 54.

-, -, -, again advances to relief of Rouen, his lack of supplies, 60, 61.

-, -, -, lays siege to, 62,

and takes Caudebec, 63.

-, -, -, joined by Dukes of Guise and Mayenne, and surrounded by Henry IV. at Yvetot, 63, 68,

wounded and in ill health, 68, 69.

-, -, -, his retreat cut off, by Henry IV.'s capture of Pont Audemer, 66.

-, -, -, abandons his camp, 70,

reaches Caudebec, his troops at Ronzon and V alliquerville attacked by Henry IV., 71.

-, -, -, crosses Seine, with flower of army, by boats, 75,

refused access to Paris, 76,

retreats on Flanders, 77,

by the Marne, 80.

-, -, -, at baths in Spa, 86.

-, -, -, supposed to have declined battle under orders, 90.

-, -, -, Spanish intrigues against, originating in Blight offered to son of Spanish minister, Don Juan d'Idiaquez, 94.

-, -, -, concentrates troops for defence of Friesland, 108.

-, -, -, his office of Lieutenant of King of Spain in France, offered to Duke of Mayenne, 118.

-, -, -, his successor in Flanders discussed, 122.

Farnese, Ranuccio, Prince, reported (1592) wounded, 68.

Faro, sacked by English, 479, 481.

Fecamp, 229.

Fre, La, 398,

French success at, 435, 442, 445, 446, 451, 457.

Feria, Duke of, his baggage looted, 138;

arrives in Paris with Spanish pay, 141;

proposes the Infanta for election to the States, 186,

his address (a tract) to them, 195;

agrees to election of Duke of Guise, 188,

and congratulates him, 203;

defendsBarcelona against French, 619.

Ferrad Pasha, Grand Vizier, 82;

advocates truce with Spain, 35, 40, 45;

resigns office, 53;

his jealousy of Sinan Pasha, 190;

an interview with, 198;

possible successor to Sinan, 213;

his violence to ambassadors, 227;

succeeds Sinan, 250;

illtreats Sciavus Pasha, 269;

his contempt for Sinan, 315;

his firm conduct on death (1595) of Sultan Murad, 324, 328;

appointed Grand Vizier, 332.

Ferrara, Papal claims on, 644, 647;

death of Duke of, and succession of Don Cesare, 644, 647.

Ferrari, Giovanni Stefano, Count Marigliani's agent at the Porte, visits Marigliani at Ragusa, 35, 36, 40.

Ferrers, Viscount, 547. See Hereford, Viscount.

Ferrol, Port, near Finisterre, 369, 492, 497, 507, 511, 519, 522;

description of, 564;

plague at, 569;

forces at, 570;

fear of English attack on, 572;

Adelantado at, 580;

English ships off, 607;

Adelantado sails for Falmouth from, 629b,

returns to, 639;

ships from, despatched to Porto Ricco, 747;

Adelantado at, 812, 819;

garrison of, reduced, 871.

Feyra, Count of, 750.

Fez, Prince of, ordered by Porte (1592) to set English at liberty, 20.

-, Don Antonio of Portugal's son detained by, 20, 31, 224, 227;

orders for, from Turk, 189, 190.

Figueira, in Portugal, sacked by English, 1083.

Filipoti, kind of ship, 446.

Fillipo of Bologna, engineer in Spanish service, 458.

Finisterre, 369, 468, 484, 485, 507, 618, 635.

Fishborne, Richard, of Plymouth, 1162, 1171.

Fishery, Coral. See Barbary,

-, Norwegian. See Denmark.

-, Pearl. See Peru, and Santa Marta.

-, Tunny, 473. See also Algarve.

Fitz Roy, Henry, Duke of Somerset, son of Henry VIII., 1143.

Flanders, Spanish, (1592), to be given in dower with Infanta, to Emperor, 14, 40.

-, -, - peace in, desired by Spanish, 41.

-, -, English garrisons withdrawn from, 99.

-, -, (1593), Royal Lieutenant in, reported appointment, 122.

-, -, -, Archduke Ernest appointed governor of, his instructions, 226.

-, -, (1594), States of, convened in Brussels, 258.

-, -, -, dearth in, due to heavy rains, 306.

-, -, -, Spanish leaders in, quarrel, want of money in, for war, 307.

-, -, (1595), governed by Count Fuentes, pending arrival of Archduke Albert, 347.

-, -, (1597), mutiny of unpaid troops in, 645, 658.

-, -, (1598), proposed cession of, by Spain, in dower with the Infanta, to the Cardinal Archduke Albert, 658;

satisfaction in, at the m atch, 669;

the Emperor's resentment, 673.

-, -, -, formal renunciation of, by Philip II., in favour of the Infanta, 683;

terms of the renunciation, 683, 690, 712, 813;

regret in Spain at, 749.

-, -, (1599), peace negotiations of, with England, 756, 758, 759, 760, 778, 786, 788, 789, 793, 802, 807, 808;

renewed, 822, 824, 830, 832, 835, (1600) 837, 838, 839, 840, 841, 842, 844, 845, 848, 850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855, 860, 862, 863, 865, 866, 867, 868, 869, 870, 873, 876, 880, 881, 883, 884, 885, 891, 893, 897, 898, 899, 900, 902, 905, 907, 909, 910, 915.

-, -, -, protest of officers in, against transfer of their allegiance from Spain to Archduke, 816.

-, -, (1600), offence in, at Archduke Albert's refusal to wear robes of Duke of Brabant, on his state entry into Antwerp, 816.

-, -, -, disbanded, unpaid soldiery in, 839.

-, -, -, arrival in, of Secretary Edmondes, 844. See Edmondes.

-, -, -, victualled vi Calais, 851.

-, -, -, mutinous troops in, 860;

entrench themselves, 866;

hand over fortress of St. Andrew to Dutch, 889;

follow the Archduke to battle (of Nieuport), 898.

-, -, -, duel of twenty gentlemen of, with as many French, 852.

-, -, -, States General of, at Brussels, applied to for money, 885.

-, -, -, history of, sketched by Venetian Ambassador at Constantinople, for benefit of Turk, 887.

-, -, -, forces of, defeated (at Nieuport) near Ostend, 898, 902.

-, -, -, Spanish policy in, 919.

-, -, -, English secretary sent to, to keep peace negotiations alive, 920.

-, -, (1602), mutinous Spanish troops in, 1056, 1063.

-, -, -, renewed peace negotiations of, with England, 1039, 1040, 1044, 1056, 1075, 1080, 1096.

-, -, -, disorders in, 1099.

-, -, (1603), mutineers in, levy taxes on inhabitants, 1131.

-, -, -, war in, fed from England, 1136.

-, -, -, Admiral of, urges Lord Nottingham to promote peace between England and, 1142.

-, -, -, its threatened assimilation by Dutch, English objections, 1154.

-, -, -, Flemish trade, and English rivalry, 1160.

Flanders, Counts of, overlords of Dunquerque. 380.

-, President of, does homage for, to the Infanta, 683.

Flanders. See also United Netherlands, so referred to.

Flangini, the Sultan's doctor, 573.

Flemish ships (Dutch?) chartered in Venice, 1137.

Florence. See Tuscany.

Florez, General Luis Alfonso, 210.

Flushing, in Zealand, held by English, 388, 773;

aid from, for Calais, 423, 424;

proposed exchange of, against Calais, 431, 526, 667;

English garrison of, to be paid by Dutch, 743;

negotiations for its surrender, 756, 868;

offered to Henry IV., 1047;

Spinola's menace to, 1131.

Fontainbleau, 633, 661, 664, 1007, 1018.

Fontarabia, 432.

Fortescue, J., his signature to treaty with Dutch, 773.

France (1592), desolation of, 10, 71, (1596) 431.

-, -, corn exported to, from Algiers. See Trade.

-, -, meeting of States General in, opposed, 29;

(1593) expected, 118.

-, -, national hatred in, of Spaniards, 32, 44, 52.

-, -, valour of soldiers of, defined, 55.

-, -, election of king of proposed, 72, 90, (1593) 124, 141, 143.

-, -, ancient Turkish alliance with, 82, 113, (1593) capitulations, 156.

-, -, jurisdiction of, over Florentine, &c., trade in Levant, 96, 114, 177, 622, &c. See Tuscany.

-, -, small prospect of peace in, 118.

-, -, Salic law in, repudiated, 141.

-, -, designs of Spain on, in Provence, 145, 149.

-, -, dismemberment of, hoped from electiou of Duke of Lorraine as King of, 149, 186, 231.

-, -, Spanish intrigues against, at Constantinople, 172.

-, -, cities in, captured by English from League, to be held to defray expenses, 175.

-, -, Spanish proposals to States of, 186,

tract with speeches addressed to, 195

-, -, Spanish design to use, as base for attacks on England, 231, 251. See also Brittany.

-, -, Calais in, attempted Spanish seizure of, 233. See Calais.

-, (1594), neutrality of towns in, Henry IV.'s refusal to recognise, 247.

-, -, reputed understanding between, and Turk, 248.

-, -, rock in, off Picardy, ceded to England, 254.

-, -, dearth in, due to floods, 306.

-, -, Jesuit intrigues in, their expulsion from, 321.

-, (1595), mutiny of unpaid troops in renewed, 322.

-, -, English ambassador to Henry IV. taken prisoner in, 329.

-, -, war declared by, against Spain, 331, 376.

-, -, strength of, contrasted with Spain, 374.

-, -, loan secured on salt-monopoly in, 376.

-, -, Scots recruited by Henry IV. to replace French infantry guilty of outrages in, 379.

-, -, English policy in, important analysis of, 384.

-, (1596), ships of, forbidden to trade to Spanish ports, 396.

-, -, desire for peace in, 400, (1597) 550, 558.

-, -, trade of, with Turkey in sailcloth, 426.

-, -, poverty and plague-stricken, horrible picture of, 431.

-, -, insubordination of officers of army in, 449.

-, -, Papal Legate in, 483, 490.

-, Savoy seeks peace with, 435, 491.

-, (1597), Spanish forces in, summary of, 541.

-, -, loss of Amiens in. See Amiens.

-, -, desperate condition of, as described by Henry IV., 586.

-, -, peace congress between, and Spain, 597.

-, -, attack by French on Catalonia, 618, 619, 635, 700.

-, -, permanent embassy from to England, 633, 713, 750.

-, (1598), rejoicings in, at peace of Vervins, 692, 711.

-, -, outrages in, by disbanded soldiery, 705.

-, -, ships from, carrying provisions to Spain, seized by English, 762, 777, 778.

-, (1599), Scottish Royal Guard in, 766.

-, -, exclusion of English woollen goods from, proposed, 769.

-, -, Dutch recruiting in, 774, 778;

permission for, withdrawn, 793.

-, -, Spanish ambassador to, appointed, 774.

-, -, shipping of, seized by English privateers, 781.

-, -, salt brought to, from Setubal, 795.

-, -, suspected designs of, on Corunna, 798.

-, -, embassy from, to Scotland 800;

English suspicions of, 809, 827.

-, -, Spanish request for use of Brest harbour in, refused, 807, 815.

-, -, publications of a Scotsman against Jesuits prohibited in, 823.

-, (1600), negotiations re prizes taken by Spanish in late war, 837.

-, -, jurisdiction of in Levant, quarrels with English over, 821, 825, 846, 849, 878, 887, 890, 936, 950, 963, 969, 976.

-, -, French ships seized by Dutch, carrying salt and wine to Calais for Archduke, 851, 860.

-, -, shipping of, in Provenal waters injured by English, 869.

-, -, reported French landing in Dalmatia, 856.

-, -, ambassador from, in Turkey, re-called, 856, 857, 864. See Savari, Franois.

-, -, duel with Flemish, twenty aside, 862.

-, -, monks at Holy Sepulchre under protection of, 876.

-, -, French ships seized by English pirates in Levant, 878, 903.

-, -, French travellers in Constantinople, Persia bound, English suspicions of, 878.

-, -, treaty of Vervins between, and Spain, Philip III.'s refusal to ratify, 908, 911.

-, -, French opposition to Anglo Spanish negotiations at Boulogne, 909.

-, -, Henry IV.'s policy in Saluzzo approved in, war with Spain imminent, 916.

-, -, French ships, from Brittany, or Provence, to police Levant, 931.

-, -, commerce of other nations covered by flag of, in Levant, 936, 950, 963, 969, 976.

-, (1601), terms of peace between, and Savoy, 948.

-, -, French sardine trade to Chios, 976.

-, -, French contingent, under Duke of Mercur, in Imperial army, 976.

-, -, shipping of, pillaged by English, 1000, 1006;

satisfaction given, 1007.

-, -, goods taken from ships of, restored by Spanish, 1005.

-, -, exemption claimed by, for vessels of, on way to Spain, from Anglo-Dutch search, 1006, 1072, 1074.

-, -, free trade sought with, in English cloth, 1007.

-, -, ancient Scottish alliance with, its origin, terms, and proposed renewal, 1015, 1094.

-, -, embassy from, to Scotland, 1025.

-, -, arrest of French ambassador in Spain, retaliation, 1026, 1028, 1046.

-, -, Spanish suspicions of, 1023, 1028.

-, -, embassy from, to England, re commerce and right of search, 1036, 1072, 1074.

-, (1602), agent from, in Flanders, 1042.

-, -, Spanish outrage on French ships, 1046.

-, -, commerce and diplomatic relations of, with Dutch, denounced by Spain, 1060, 1071;

Spanish armaments against, 1079, 1102.

-, -, English embassy to, 1092;

Scottish, 1092, 1094.

-, -, exclusion of Spinola's galleys from French ports, demanded by English, 1096.

-, -, Spanish intrigues with nobility of, 1106, 1109.

-, (1603), Consul of, at Patras, 1121.

-, -, French brigantine, with linseed, plundered by English in Levant, 1128.

-, -, proposed league between, and England, for invasion of Spain, 1129.

-, -, dread in, of war, 1131.

-, -, ships of, plundered by English, 1131, 1136, 1152.

-, -, designs of, on Geneva, 1142.

-, -, views of ambassador of, in Turkey, on English piracy, 1146.

-, -, decree obtained by, in Turkey, regulating English trade, 1160.

-, -, policy of, opposed to union of English and Scottish Crowns, 1163.

-, -, dislike to, in England, 1166.

France. See also Amiens;

Brittany, Calais;

Henry IV;

Huguenots;

Savari, Francois de.

Franciscans, General of, negotiates Franco Spanish truce, 592, 597, 598. See Calatagirona, Buonaveutura.

Franco, Rimondo, officer of Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1150.

Frankfort, 138.

Free trade, or neutrality of commerce between belligerents, 388, 396, 695; cf. 345;

question of, between England and Holland, wrecks Spanish negotiations for peace with England, 876, 883;

free commerce, and increase of capital the policy of the Cecils touching Spain, 1097;

between Lisbon and Venice, sought from England and France, 1131, 1171;

Statute 18 Hen. VI. regulating, 1172.

Fresco, Tomaso, Spanish agent-general of the revenue, 122.

Fria, Juan de, secretary of the Cardinal Archduke, 645.

Frisia, Friesia, Friesland, harried by Count Maurice, 108;

interests of, opposed to those of Holland and Zealand, 701;

Eastern, English trade in, 611;

conference at Embden in, 883.

Fuc, William, 292.

Fuentcs, Count, Spanish ambassador to Savoy, 84, 122;

quarrels with the Archduke Ernest, 307;

governor of Flandera, 347;

captures Cambray, 376, 377, 416;

in command in Spain, 531, 534, 572;

his opinion of the peace of Vervins, 711;

to command Spanish troops in Milan, 865, 871, 880.

Fuggers, The, letter from to Emperor, 11;

loan negotiated with, by Spain, 373, 557;

refuse loan, 569, 570.

Ftiste, light boats, opposed to bertoni, 1122.