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Pages 617-620

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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Pacheco, Don Diego, Spanish fleet commanded by, 819.

Palatine, Count, troops subsidized by, 550.

Pallavicino, Horatio, knt., his son's mission from Queen Elizabeth, 410;

debts due to, mentioned in treaty between England and United Netherlands, 773.

Palfy, . . ., captain of Lower Hungary in Imperial service, 244.

Palma, Count of, 508, 629.

Panama, English at, 342, 416, 421, 432, 438.

Parasio, Niciforo, 293.

Paris, refuses (1592) to admit Duke of Parma, 75, 76;

negotiates peace with Henry IV., 76, 77;

blockade of, designed, 86;

assembly of States at, expected (1593), 120;

parliament of, disapproves Papal Bull, for election of king, 124;

Duke of Feria arrives at, 138, 141;

proposed election of king by Parliament of, 143;

Henry IV.'s preparations against, 146;

proceedings in Parliament of, 154;

entry (1594) into, of Henry IV., 272;

loan (1595) secured on octroi of, 376;

absolution, or benediction of Henry IV., Parliament of, distinguishes (1596) between, 437;

effect on (1597), of truce made with Henry IV., 550;

Parliament of, congratulates Henry IV. on recovery of Amiens, 632;

popular desire in (1598), for peace, 671, 692, 711.

Parkins, Dr. Christopher, English Ambassador to Germany, 182, 185, 190, 191, 199, 242;

Norwegian fisheries commissioner, 883note;

present at discussion on law touching goods of neutrals, 1171.

Parma, Duke of. See Farnese, Alexander.

Paros, capture by English of ship off, 959.

Parr, Catherine, wife of Henry VIII, 1143.

Parry, Thomas, knt., resident Ambassador from England to France (1602), 1092, 1111.

Parsons, Robert, a Jesuit, his book on the succession to English crown, 1061.

Paruta, or Paruata, Polo, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, despatches from, 109, 119, 130, 139, 150, 168, 175, 178, 184, 207, 208, 215, 220, 243, 245, 352, 357 363, 368.

Parvis, Henry and Jacob, currant merchants at Venice, 1135 note.

Pasquiligo, Ser Filippo, Venetian councillor, 1105.

Patras, 416;

used by English pirates, 878, 887, 931, 932, 950, 986, 987;

English consul at, dismissed, 986;

report from French consul at, of arrival of English pirates, 1121;

cleared of English and Turkish buccaneers, by action of English Ambassador at Constantinople, 1123;

booty disposed of by English pirates at, 1128.

Patriarch, Miletio the, 289.

Paule, W., English agent in France, 410.

Paulucci, Girolamo, Secretary to Venetian General, at Milo, 1149.

Pearl Fishery. See Peru and Santa Marta.

Penso, Bortolo, Master of the Bersatona, deposition by, 1149; 1150.

Penzance. See England, A.D. 1595.

Percy, Henry, Earl of Northumberland, appointed Ambassador to France, 490 note;

commissioner for negotiating peace at Boulogne with Spain, 881,

withdrawn, 883;

leaves London to welcome King James I., 1166.

Perez, Antonio, Signor, attached to French embassy to England, 146;

deserts to English, 202;

in France, as English agent, 257, 377;

plot to assassinate, 370;

audiences with Henry IV., 372;

views on the balance of power, 374;

sworn of Council to Henry IV., 380;

mentioned, 412;

goes to England, 433;

reported to have sailed with Essex, 449, 455, 457;

urges attack on Spanish coast, 548;

his views on the Infanta's marriage, 651.

-, General Martin, de Olacapal, 210.

Pernambuco, sack of, by English, 355.

Perpignan, French designs on, 619.

Persia, (1592), threatened attack by, on Turks, 5.

-, (1593), return of Turkish troops from, 190.

-, (1594), aggressive attitude of, to Turkey, 281.

-, (1596), embassy from, to Turk, departs, 560.

-, (1600), French travellers bound for, English suspicions of, 878.

-, -, embassy from, to England, consisting of Sir Anthony Sherley and Hassan Nabrech, arrives at Prague, 922, 925, 927, 930, 934, 937, 939, 940, 942, 943, 944, 945, 946, 952, 953, 954, 955, 956, 957;

in England, 958;

Turkish views on, 959;

awaited at Rome, 962;

English Turkey merchants' fear of, 970;

arrives at Rome, 972;

dissensions of ambassadors, 974;

its reception at Rome, 979, 982;

Turkish jealousy of, 984;

negotiations of, with Pope, 985;

leaves Rome, 992, 993;

in Spain, 1003,

Portugal, 1028;

Turkish suspicions of, 1031.

Peru, pearl fishery on Ile Marguerite near, sacked by English;

Spanish protection for, 375;

gold from, 421;

English in, 531, 580.

Petala, harbour of, 1139.

Petzen, Dr., late Imperial Ambassador in Constantinople, 516, 937, 952.

Philip II. of Spain, (1592), suffers from gout in throat, 43.

-, -, his secretive policy, as to France, 90.

-, (1593), reproaches England and France with provoking danger to Christendom from Turk, 121.

-, -, his secretiveness, 122.

-, -, suggested, as King of France, 141.

-, -, -, his views on election of French king, 143, 186.

-, (1595), his ill-health, 323, 348, 351, (1596), 389, 416, 418, 422, 432, 528.

-, (1596), his title to English crown, and to Brittany, set forth in Spanish book, 414.

-, -, his delight at Drake's defeat and death, 437.

-, -, his reception of news of sack of Cadiz, 469.

-, -, passionate hatred felt by, to Queen Elizabeth, 473;

her expressions concerning peace with, 483.

-, -, his preparations for son's future, 143.

-, -, declines to aid Germany against Turks, 144.

-, -, breaking health of, 150, 218.

-, -, his enormous indebtedness, 153.

-, -, Duke of Mayenne's excuses to, 219.

-, -, reported to be intent on election of Duke of Guise, as King of France, and his marriage to the Infanta, 231.

-, -, designs an armada against England, 231, 251.

-, (1595), his obstinacy in despatching fleet in bad weather, 506.

-, (1597), his design of attacking England cools, 599.

-, -, serious illness of, 610.

-, -, acknowledges a bastard, 610.

-, -, his written opinions on peace, or truce, with France, 610.

-, -, empowers Cardinal Archduke to treat for peace, 620.

-, -, his passionate desire for revenge on English, 629.

-, -, taunted with employing a Jew, aud negotiating with an infidel and a heretic, 644.

-, (1598), his gout, 653, 709, 714, 715.

-, -, serious illness of, 683.

-, -, renounces Flanders in favour of the Infanta, retaining Grand mastership of Golden Fleece, terms of the renunciation, 690.

-, -, present, in bed, at court ball, 690.

-, -, departs for the Escurial, 707,

for Segoria, 709, 714.

-, -, his anxiety for peace and settlement of affairs, on son's account, 708.

-, -, illness, and death, of, 717, 718, 719, 720, 721, 722, 725, 727, 728, 730, 731, 732, 734, 736, 737, 739, 740.

-, -, summary of his life, 737.

-, -, his funeral, 738.

-, -, Spanish contempt for his policy, 744.

-, -, enormous debts left by, 751, 754.

-, -, posthumous execution of his plot for assassination of Queen Elizabeth, 758.

-, -, investiture secretly obtained by, of Italian cities, 889.

-, -, his wife, Mary, Queen of England, 1143.

Philip III. of Spain, his proposed marriage to princess of Austria, 344, 430.

-, his martial ardour, 469.

-, present at father's renunciation of Flanders, 683.

-, behaviour of, at ball, 690,

at father's death-bed, 736.

-, his accession, 737.

-, economies of, 751.

-, dowers the Marquis of Denia's daughter, 753.

-, eager for prosecution of war with England, 759, 760, 768, 772.

-, his wife's illness, reward for her barber-surgeon, 852, 889.

-, his growing insolvency, 865, 870, 871, 872, 879, 889, 913, 933, 981, 999, 1027, 1028, 1065.

-, his progresses in Spain, 871, 889;

their expense, 1065.

-, refuses to sign treaty of Vervins, on ground of ascription of title of Navarre to Henry IV., 908,

and otherwise, 911.

-, economies introduced in household of, 933.

-, proposed progress of, in Portugal, 1065.

Philippopolis, 206.

Piacenza, Cardinal of, 124.

Picardy, Count Mansfeldt's retreat (1594) from, 307.

Piedmont, 167.

Piers, or Piershal, William, Levantine pirate, hailing from Plymouth, takes the Venetian Veniera, 1118,

subsequent proceedings and language of, 1124, 1125;

his Turkish wife, 1125;

named in Venetian memorial to Queen Elizabeth, 1133, 1134;

disposes of booty in Barbary, 1144;

fresh piracy by, 1149;

protects Venetian official from fellow pirates, 1150;

re-names the Veniera the Fox, 1153;

reluctance of English to arrest, his parentage, &c., 1162;

his case considered by English Privy Council, 1171.

Pignanrostro, Count of, alias Don Francesco de Bobadiglia, brilliant soldier, 531.

Pindar, Paul, redress obtained by, at Venice, 1105;

an intimate of Cecil, his apprenticeship at Venice, 1135 and note;

his case, 1159.

Pineda, on the Congo, sacked by English, 531.

Pinerolo, 875.

Pinos, island of, 438.

Piperi, Messer Zanulo, Venetian consul at Milo, 1149.

Piracy, English, in Turkish and Venetian waters, 641, 662, 671, 682, 716, 758, 781, 849, 858, 859, 864, 878, 886, 887, 890, 895, 896, 901, 903, 904, 923, 926, 931, 932, 941, 950, 959, 976, 977, 978, 986, 987, 988, 989, 1000, 1067, 1105, 1109, 1110, 1117, 1118, 1120, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1124, 1125, 1126, 1127, 1128, 1133, 1134, 1137, 1138, 1139, 1140, 1141, 1142, 1144, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1154, 1156, 1160, 1161, 1162, 1171. See also Scaramelli, Giovanni Carlo.

-, -, off coasts of France, 1131, 1136, 1152.

-, Maltese, 1153.

-, Spanish, 1150.

Pires, Diego, master of ship, plundered by English, 1105, 1171.

Pisa, Jews of, 114.

Pisani, Marquis of, 431.

Pitch, non-inflammable, invented by Genoese, 251.

Plague, the, at Dieppe, 230, 235;

in Paris, 431;

among English troops in France, 513;

at Corunna, 569;

in Portugal, 757, 760, 782, 798;

at Prague, 761;

at Ostend, 1131.

Plouay, 360.

Plymouth, 607, 630, 638, 807;

William Piers of, engaged in piracy, or privateering, in the Levant, 1118;

Stephen Infold, the same, 1147.

Poland, (1592), King's marriage to Emperor's daughter proposed, 14.

-, -, peace between, and Turks, on English mediation, 20, 182, 346, 371, 392.

-, (1593), Turkish designs on, 159.

-, (1594), Ambassador (Zamoyski) from, in Constantinople, his arrest, 264,

received in audience, 267,

letter to, 393.

-, -, revolt of Moldavia and Wallachia abetted by, 319.

-, (1595), English mediation between, and Turkey, 346, 371.

-, (1596), Turkish relations with, 392, 393.

-, -, mission to, of English Ambassador in Turkey, 404.

-, (1597), Turkish relations of, 547.

-, -, embassy from, to England, 574.

-, (1599), Prince of Transylvania visits, 836.

-, (1603), English trade with, 1160.

Pole, Reginald, Cardinal, 1143.

Pomerania, arrest in, of Prince of Transylvania, 836.

Poneville (? Beville), 419.

Pont Audemer captured (1592) by Henry IV., 66, 68.

Pont de C, on Loire, threatened siege of, 9.

Pontoise, 556.

Pope, the. See Clement VIII.

Popel, Lobcovich, Imperial Ambassador to Turk, 181, 192, 199.

Porto Ricco, gold discovered at, 381;

taken by Drake, 400;

Drake repulsed from, 406;

sacks castle in, 414;

captures prize with silver off, 432;

English ship captured off, 492;

English designs on, 566, 618;

sacked by English, 741, 750, 758;

Spanish reliefs for, 744, 745, 747, 751, 754.

Portobello, 438.

Portocarrero, Don Juan, his arrest for sacking ships under own command, 564.

-, Hernandiglio, his tomb at Amiens, 616.

Portugal, (1593), commerce of, ruined by English, since union with Spain, 125.

-, -, oath of allegiance by, to heir of Philip II., 143.

-, -, attack on, by Drake expected, 152.

-, (1594), coasts of, ravaged by English, 257, 297.

-, -, threatened invasion of, by English, 259, 268, 280.

-, -, satisfaction in at Henry IV.'s successes, 272.

-, -, treasure ship of, destroyed by English, 297, 299.

-, -, threatened by English, 337, 345, 353, 361.

-, -, German and Dutch ships excluded from, 360.

-, -, frivolous anti-Spanish plot in, 361.

-, -, ship of, engaged by Earl of Cumberland, 369.

-, (1596), slave trade of, in Congo provinces, 389.

-, -, squadron of Portuguese consulate leaves, 421.

-, -, military governor of, 450.

-, -, panic and defence preparations in, 457, 458, 463, 470, 528, 531.

-, -, delight in, at advent of English, 463, 479.

-, (1597), settlements of, on Congo sacked by English, 531.

-, -, English fleet for, 553.

-, -, sailors of, decline to serve Spain, 570.

-, (1598), threatened by English, 666;

blockaded by, 679, 682, 685;

coast of, harried by, 699, 708, 712, 719, 728, 732.

-, -, East India trade of, threatened by Dutch, 712, 746.

-, (1599), embargo on all ships in harbours of, imposed by Spain, 768.

-, -, plague in, 757, 760, 782, 798.

-, -, coast of, harried by English, 782.

-, (1601), pretenders to throne of, 765, 964, 967.

-, (1602), disaffection in, to Spain, and opposition to toleration of Jews, 1066.

-, -, coast towns in, sacked by English, Spanish troops concentrated in, 1083, 1088.

-, -, East India ship of, captured by English, 1085.

- See also Lisbon, and Antonio, Christopher, Emanuel and Sebastian, of Portugal.

Prague, plague at, 761;

Persian embassy reaches, 922.

Press-gang, in London, 1136.

Priests, incitement by, to rebellion, 44, 141;

assassination of Henry IV. designed by, 71;

murders by, 120;

execution of one (1603) in England, 1164.

Prior of England, 357.

Privateering, English, 297, 299, 396, 738, 758, 781, 971, 986, 1105. See also Piracy.

-, Spanish, 764. See also Spinola, Frederico.

-, French, threatened use of, 1007.

Proclamation by Rudolph II. as to Merchant Adventurers of England (1597), 611.

Prodano, 1125.

Provence, Spanish designs on, 145, 149;

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

Prussia, represented at Copenhagen conference (1603) 1152;

English trade with, 1160.

Puebla, Antonio de, Lieut.-Governor of the Azores, 210.