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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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Madame, 601. See Catherine of Navarre.

Madeira, 355.

Madero, Lorenzo, outlaw of Canea, 1142.

Madrid, taxes refused by, 913, 915.

Madruccio, Cardinal, his death, 875.

Magellan, Straits of, English sail for, 580.

Mahew, James, of Constantinople, 289, &c.

Maisse, Hurault de, Ambassador of France at Venice, 74, 82, 114, 140, 145, 169, 189, 341, 556, 631, 662;

special Ambassador to England, 633, 637, 646, 651, 656;

in France, 664, 674;

his brother-in-law, see Boisiers;

excused a fresh Embassy to England, 1036.

Majorca, 405.

Malacca, Spanish troops for, 676.

Malea, Cape, 1110, 1118, 1150, 1156.

Maloney, Father. See Manloni.

Malta, Turkish attack on (1592) feared, 3, 104;

Turkish prisoners at, 89, 164.

-, piracy by Maltese, 1153.

-, knight of, represents Henry IV. at Chapter of the Garter, 876, 881.

Malvasia, Turkish fleet at, 1038.

Manloni (? Maloney), Irish Jesuit, Papal Nuncio in Ireland, 1068, 1116.

Manna, trade in, 654.

Mansfeldt, Count, his command (1593) in Flanders, 122;

with troops near Guise, 138;

English troops promised (1594) against, 256;

his retreat from Picardy, 307.

-, Count Charles, 359.

Mantes, 75, 238.

Mantua, Duke of, 628.

Marchesini, Giovanni Francesco, secretary of Venetian embassy in Rome, despatch from, 72.

Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scotland, 1143.

Mari, M. de, 449. See Belin, M. de.

Mariani, Paulo, a Venetian, English and French Consul at Cairo, partner in speculations of English Ambassador at Constantinople, 114, 134, 276, 277, 278, 289, 291, 293, 294, 298, 302, 341, 354;

hung as a traitor at instance of French Ambassador, 524;

resentment thereat of English Ambassador, 524, 529, 535, 542;

his death announced to Henry IV., 556.

-, Pietro, nephew of above, 289, 294.

Marigliani, Count Juan, Spanish agent, English intrigues against at Constantinople, 12, 51, 56;

expected to arrive there, 15;

negotiates truce from Ragusa, 35, 40, 51, 74, 82, 87, 170, 491;

letter from to Grand Vizier, 36,

reply delayed, 40,

the reply, 45;

his letters to Sultan unanswered, 104;

dismissed, 114;

letter from to Grand Vizier, dated Naples, 128;

his costume while at Constantinople, 197.

Marmora, Island of, 140.

Marne, Duke of Parma's retreat (1592) along, 80.

Marseilles, ships of seized (1592) by Spanish, 48;

fortress near, offered by Duke of Tuscany to Spain, 50;

engaged in Barbary coral fishery, 82;

threatened by Turks, 113, (1593) 187;

letter of defiance (1594) from people of, to Sultan, 312;

reported seizure (1596) of, by Philip II., 401, 402;

French Ambassador at Constantinople presses for Turkish fleet, to retake, 417;

Florentine ships off, fired upon (1597) by English, at Governor's request, 596;

French troops to embark at, for Papal service, 644;

proposal for galleys to be armed at, against Turk (1602), 1070;

mentioned, 1142.

Martelossi, or Turkish pirates, heads of, cut off and sent to Constantinople, 217.

Martinelli, , a renegade, 1037.

Mary, Queen of Scots, hatred of Elizabeth to House of Guise, as related to, 601;

her descent from the House of Tudor, 1143.

Mary, Queen, wife of Philip II., 1143.

Matapan, Cape, 1126, 1127.

Matignv, M. de, (1593), mission to England, 146.

Mattheca, dragoman of Venetian embassy at Constantinople, 67.

Maurice, Count of Nassau, (1592), besieges Dunquerque, 39.

-, -, -, reinforced from England, 108.

-, -, (1693), English aid for, 175.

-, -, (1594), captures Grningen, 306.

-, -, -, marriage of, to King of Denmark's daughter, expected, 306.

-, -, (1596), open to Spanish bribes, 388.

-, -, -, goes to relief of Calais, 428.

-, -, (1597), winter cantonment of Dutch army by, 642.

-, -, -, his half-sister's marriage to Emanuel, son of Don Antonio, 642, 649, 668.

-, -, (1598), agent of, arrives in Paris, to take possession of principality of Orange, 658.

-, -, -, his bastard brother. See Nassau, Jean de.

-, -, -, plot to assassinate, 704.

-, -, (1600), his victory at Nieuport, 898, 902.

-, -, (1601), marches to relief of Ostend, 1008, 1012;

at Cadsand, 1026.

-, -, (1602), attempts a diversion, 1052;

at Bois-le-Duc, 1063, 1072;

further efforts of, to relieve Ostend, 1081;

his growing success, 1097.

-, -, -, designed assassination of, 1101.

-, -, (1603), growing reputation of, his designs for relief of Ostend, and siege of Bois le Due, 1131, 1142.

Mayenne, Duke of, his negotiations with Duke of Parma, 11.

-, -, (1592), with Spanish ministers, 22.

-, -, -, suspected reconciliation of, with Henry IV., 27.

-, -, -, opposes meeting of States General, 29.

-, -, -, his jealousy of Spain, 32.

-, -, -, conciliated by Henry IV., 42.

-, -, -, at Amiens, 44.

-, -, -, his agent in Madrid, 48.

-, -, -, refuses allegiance to Infanta, 52, 60.

-, -, -, negotiates with Henry IV., 60, 66.

-, -, -, driven to join Parma at Yvetot, 63.

-, -, -, candidate for crown, 72.

-, -, -, denies desire for peace, 73.

-, -, -, his correspondence with M. de Lanscosme, 74.

-, -, -, at Rouen, wounded, 75, 77.

-, -, -, favours peace, 77.

-, -, -, at Dreux, ill, 86.

-, -, (1593), promised Duke of Parma's command as lieutenant of King of Spain in France, 118.

-, -, -, presses siege of Beaumont, 124.

-, -, -, disaffected to Spain, 141.

-, -, -, Spanish opposition to his election, as King of France, 143.

-, -, -, applies to Spain for money, 154.

-, -, -, explanation of his conduct re election of his nephew the Duke of Guise as King, 219.

-, -, (1594), Archbishop of Glasgow to join, 279.

-, -, (1595), truce between, and Henry IV. rumoured, 360.

-, -, -, to meet Henry IV., 385.

-, -, (1597), at siege of Amiens, 604.

Mazzagan, fortress of, 519.

Meaux, 490.

Medici, Alessandro de', Cardinal, Papal Legate (15968) to France, 435, 663. See also under Clement VIII.

-, Ferdinand de'. See Tuscany, Grand Duke of.

-, Giovanni de', candidate for command of Flanders cavalry, 1131.

-, John de', Don, attacks French at Marseilles, 596.

-, Marie de', niece of Grand Duke of Tuscany, her marriage to Henry IV. of France, 791, 880.

-, Pietro de', detained at Madrid, 50;

Spanish pension for, 126;

his command in Italy, 531.

Medina del Campo, fair of, 308.

Medina Sidonia, Duke of, 153, 154, 314, 463, 466, 469, 471, 473, 676, 753.

Mediterranean, invaded by English shipping (1598), 682.

Mehemet III., Sultan of Turkey, (1595), the Bostangi Pasha sent to fetch, 324.

-, -, -, arrives at Coostantinople, 326;

his character and policy, 328.

-, -, -, Venetian present for, 340.

-, -, (1596), letter from to Grand Chancellor of Poland, 392.

-, -, -, proposes to command army in person, 417, 443, 444, 465, 472.

-, -, -, cruise of, 427.

-, -, -, murders a girl, 465.

-, -, -, winters at Belgrade, 512.

-, -, -, his return to Constantinople, 524.

-, -, (1597), proposed return of, to army, 535, 546, 573, 585;

his ill health, due to gluttony, prevents, 563.

-, -, -, letters from, announcing his victories to England, France, and Venice, 563, 567.

-, -, -, his son's death, 579.

-, -, -, his effeminacy, 620.

-, -, (1600), subject to fits of idiotcy, with lucid intervals, 903.

-, -, (1601), personally inspects arrival of English ships, with flags flying and salute of guns, 941.

-, -, -, his subjection to the Sultana and Chief Eunuch, 950.

-, -, -, method of presenting a petition to, 950.

-, -, -, French reports of his incapacity, 1031.

-, -, (1602), personal appearance of, 1104.

Mehemet, appointed Grand Vizier, 678, 680.

-, Aga, 13.

-, of Mecca, tutor of Sultan Mehemet, 328.

Mele, M. de, agent for Duke of Lorraine, killed at Amiens, 613.

Melun, plot to deliver to Duke of Mayenne, 44,

Memi Pasha, 324.

Mendez, Alvaro, Salamon the Jew called, his nephew, as English agent, 83;

Turkish tributes assigned to, 96;

promotes peace negotiations with Spain, 415 (see also Serafatin, Judas);

Spanish peace negotiations with, 622.

Mendoza, Don Bernardino de, ex-Ambassador of Spain in France, 321.

Mercato, Dr., physician to Philip II., 683.

Merchant Adventurers English, their opposition to Hansa League, and Imperial decree concerning, 611;

English repy to Decree, 673, 694;

agent negotiating affair of, in Germany dismissed, 716;

effects of their exclusion from German markets, 769;

readmitted, 1030.

Mercur, Duke of, his campaign (1592) in Brittany, 9;

attempts to relieve Caen, 69;

in Brittany (1593), 118, 160;

his retreat (1594) to Nantes, 306, 309;

treats with Henry IV., 316, 323;

urged to conclude truce (1595) with Henry IV., 384;

still (1596) in Brittany, 457;

in Brittany (1597) his accord with Henry IV., 566;

required to surrender strong places in Brittany to Spain, in exchange for supplies, 589;

his difficulties with Spain, 612;

obstructs negotiations for peace, 620 625;

preparations against, 633;

his position in Brittany, 651, 656.

comes to terms with Henry IV., and retires from, 672;

his debts, 691;

with French contingent (1601) in Imperial (German) army, 976.

Mertin, Ladislaus, majordomo of Imperial (German) embassy at Constantinople, a renegade, his treachery, 159, 189;

his history, 197;

employment by Turk, 209.

Messina, 447.

Metala, port of, 1138.

Metz, Henry IV. at, 1164.

Meux, Henry IV. visits, 247.

Mexico, 133.

Michali. See Walachia.

Michiel, Maffio, Venetian governor in Zante, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 1122, 1137, 1138, 1140, 1141, 1147, 1153;

report to, by G. Sumachi, on loss of the Veniera and Company, 1124.

Middelburg, English regiments reach, 263;

held by English, 388 (see also Vuarck, George de);

letters sent from England to Venice vi, 1166.

Milan, Jews of, 416;

loan raised in, by Archduke Albert, 766;

Spanish troops for, 865, 871, 880, 964;

loan raised in, by Spain, 879;

claims of Duke of Savoy to, 1035.

Mildmay, Sir Anthony, Ambassador in Ordinary to France (1596), 490, 504;

his views on peace with Spain, &c., 526;

Ring's dislike to, 586.

Miletio, the Patriarch, 289.

Milo, 1137, 1142, 1147, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1156.

Miracle, in Spain, 725;

miraculous grotto, in Ireland, 1154.

Mocato, the Jew doctor, at Constantinople, 346, 417.

Mocenigo, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in France, despatches from, 1, 8, 9, 10, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 27, 32, 33, 38, 39, 42, 44, 52, 54, 55, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 75, 76, 77, 80, 86, 88, 95, 97, 102, 106, 108, 111, 118, 120, 124, 135, 141, 142, 146, 157, 167, 188, 193, 200, 203, 229, 230, 232, 235, 238, 239, 247, 248, 254, 255, 256, 279, 300, 309, 310, 314, 321, 322, 329;

in Rome, 703, 726, 752, 768, 770, 783, 787, 801, 811, 833, 836, 838, 850, 853, 863, 873, 875, 882, 885, 891, 893, 900, 910, 916, 921, 928, 935, 962, 964, 967, 972, 974, 979, 982, 985, 990, 992, 993, 995, 996, 1001, 1016, 1022, 1024, 1027, 1034, 1039, 1040, 1044;

letter to, from Henry IV., 194.

Modon, English pirates dispose of booty at, 1109, 1118;

Turkish authorities in, appealed to, 1110, 1117, 1120, 1122;

centre for English and Turkish buccaneers, 1123;

Venetian Agent visits, in the affair of the Veniera, &c., 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1145;

shelter afforded by, to English pirates, 1146, 1150.

Moldavia (Bogdania), (1592), Aaron of, appointed, by English intrigue, Vaivode of Bogdania, 89;

disgraced, 89,

reinstated, and Alexander, his successor, deposed, 91;

money transactions with, 96.

-, (1593), English intrigue and money transactions with, 131, 221, 237, 289, &c. See also Elman, Charles.

-, (1594), revolt of, from Turks, 317, 319, 346.

-, (1596), affairs of, in relation to Turkey and Poland, 392, 393.

-, (1599), Walachian jealousy of, 836.

Molegran, M. de, Grand Master of Lorraine, 550.

Molin, Ser Francesco, Venetian councillor, 1105.

Molio, Signor, Secretary to Duke of Savoy, 693.

Mombazon, Duke of, 604.

Monbisson, monastery of, 791.

Monday, William, executed for attempted assassination of Queen Elizabeth, 758.

Mondino, Fraucesco, Venetian at Zante, 1117, 1124;

report by, on affair of the Veniera and Company, 1125, 1126, 1127;

mentioned, 1162.

Monluc, M. de, 448.

Monpensier, Duke de (1592), commands under Henry IV., 10;

(1594) to command in Brittany, 309, (1595) 338;

to join mission to England, 383;

receives English Ambassador (1596), 490;

English embassy lodged in house, of at Paris, 671.

-, Madame de, as a Leaguer, 27.

Mons, threatened by mutineers, 1131.

Mont' Alto, Cardinal, 882.

Montechiaro, Marquess of, 508.

Montenegro, Marquis of, at Amiens, 616.

Montmorency, M. de, in command of levies for Henry IV., 239.

Montpellier, Prince of, a Huguenot, at Rome, 882.

Montreuil, threatened (1596) by Spanish, 419, 423, 433, 474, 587;

Spanish surprise of, fails, 565.

Moors of Africa, co-operation of, with England against Spain, 469, 471, 476, 480, 531, 544, 572, 580, 583, 589.

-, of Andalusia, 463, 466.

Mora, Don Christoforo de, 84, 405, 422, 467, 469, 610, 622, 683, 727, 732, 737.

Morea, the, 209;

Turkish garrisons for, to repress piracy, 864;

lieutenant of the Sanjak of, 1117, 1120, 1124;

letter from, 1147;

new Sanjak of, 1147.

Moreschi of Andalusia. See Moors.

Moresini, Giovanni Francesco, Venetian Ambassador in Turkey, (1584), his opposition to English trade, 96.

Morlaix, to be garrisoned by English, 309, 320, 322, 338.

Moro, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, despatches from, 26, 29.

Moro, Proveditore Generale, in Candia, 886, 904.

Morocco, 469, 471;

goods of English in, confiscated by King of, 1160.

Moscow, 922.

Mosque of Sultan Suleiman, a mollah of, 79.

Mosto, Ottavian de, nephew of Zuanne, 1126.

-, Zuanne da, Venetian consul at Cairo, plundered by English pirates, 1109, 1110;

efforts to recover his goods, 1117;

despatch from, to Doge and Senate, recounting his capture, 1118;

letter from to the Sanjak of the Morea, for his assistance, 1120;

reports and depositions concerning his case, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1133, 1134, 1142, 1146;

ship taken from, in use by English pirates, 1150, 1151, 1153;

action of English Ambassador in Turkey concerning, 1161;

his case considered by English. Privy Council, 1171.

Mountjoy, Lord. See Blount, Charles.

Mousehole. See England, a.d. 1595.

Mowbray, , suicide of, at Edinburgh, 1152.

Mozambique, 1085.

Munich, 182.

Munster. See Kinsale.

Murad III., Sultan of Turkey, (1592), English memorial to, 14.

-, -, -, letters from, to Elizabeth, 20,

to Henry IV., 31.

-, -, -, declines negotiation with Spain, 40, 45.

-, -, -, dismisses Grand Vizier to appease troops, 56.

-, -, -, prepares fleet, 57, 58.

-, -, -, shares presents and bribes with ministers, 64.

-, -, -, reinstates Aaron of Moldavia, to appease Janizaries, 91.

-, -, (1593), gratified by English fireworks, 221.

-, -, (1594), procures great sporting dogs from Venice, 276.

-, -, (1595), his death from epilepsy and debauch, 324, 326.

-, -, -, slaughter of his male

issue, 324, 326, 328.

-, -, -, burial of, 328.

-, -, -, a famous diamond of, 96, 404, 447.

Muscat wine, trade in, 1128.

Muscovy, Danish and Dutch trade with, 813;

territory of Grand Duke of, 922;

tallow and caviare carried from, to Turkey, by English, 950.