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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 19: 1625-1626 (1913), pp. 628-652. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89080 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Cadiz [Prov. Seville, Spain]:
-, English designs against, 120, 165, 208, 246, 393, 600; English and Dutch abandoned after taking, 121.
-, fleet for New Spain leaves, 136; English fleet enters bay of, 206, 207, 227, 239.
-, fortunate that Brazil fleet failed to reach, 209; English defeated at, 210, 211, 244, 250, 264.
-, all galleys of Spain ordered to assemble at, 211; English fleet leaves, 215.
-, French surprised at failure at, 235; English fleet reported to have taken, 240.
-, Spinola summoned to Spain because of attack on, 241; Conway reads report of English attack, 253.
-, reprisals for losses at, 259; time wasted by fleet at, 277; Spain informs powers of attack on, 281, 304, 315, 322.
-, parliament taxes Buckingham with failure at, 401; warlike preparations at, 531.
-, fleet to cruise towards, 586; failure at due to bad management, 601; Cecil did not prove his vigilance at, 610.

Cadzand. See Kadzand.

Cæsar, Sir Julius, Master of the Rolls:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 5.
-, -, Emperor. See Ferdinand II.

Caimecan. See Giorgi; Rezep.

Caimo, Cahimo, Carlo:
-, James will punish, 41; satisfaction promised about, 152; imprisoned, 228.

Cairo, Egypt, 280.
-, -, [Prov. Genova, Italy]:
-, Santa Croce recovers, 119.

Calabria, Italy:
-, troops sent to, 259.

Calais [Pas de Calais, France], 350, 496, 520, 526.
-, news from, 363.
-, Louis asks what Charles will do if Spinola attacks, 157; ships from, captured, 162n; ships for arrested, 214.
-, English men-of-war wrecked at, 198n; Dunkirkers command passage, 245.
-, Bautru to go to, 263; Scaglia writes from, 272; Dutch take Dunkirkers off, 277.
-, Flanders supplied through, 339; reprisals disturb, 340; English ship carries off three French from, 381.
-, Flemings naturalised at, 387; Montagu stays at, 546; Spanish ships allowed to enter, 562.

Calandrini, Filippo, merchant, 588.
-, goes to Amsterdam to get money for Mansfelt, 133.
-, will have money soon, 135; asks repayment of money paid to Mansfelt, 444.

Calcedon, Bishop of. See Smith, Richard.

Callil. See Halil.

Calvert, George, Earl of Baltimore:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 5.
-, excluded from Council, 12; Roe advises about Ricaut's proceedings, 316n.

Cambridge University:
-, Buckingham made Chancellor of, 441, 449.

Camerarius, Ludwig, Vice-Chancellor of Elector Palatine:
-, letter of Rusdorf to, 230n; lays letters from Sweden before delegates at Hague, 233; Rusdorf wants Charles to support, 269.
-, offices suffice for Sweden, 293; satisfactory negotiations with Denmark, sent to Hamburg and Lubeck, 318; advices expected from, 405.

Campbell, Archibald, seventh Earl of Argyle:
-, said to be stirring revolt of Catholics in Scotland, 89; Charles wants alliance with Lennox as tie on, 358.
-, tries to make Infanta believe that Scotland ready to revolt, 447; courier sent to, about peace, 586, 592.
-, -, Archibald, son of, Lord Lorne:
-, Charles wished to marry Lennox's daughter, 358.

Campeggi, Lorenzo, Bishop of Cesena, papal nuncio in Savoy, 263.
-, proposes truce, 36; has audience, 304.

Campo, Valtelline:
-, Venetians occupy, 186.

Canary Islands:
-, fleet for new Spain escorted to, 136; English fleet may go to, 259.
-, ships from, for Hamburg, 364.

Candale, Duke of. See Foix, Henry de, de la Valette.

Candele:
-, wheat from, 10, 22, 152.

Candia. See Crete.

Candis. See Cavendish.

Canterbury, co. Kent:
-, Charles at, 75; Court entertained at, 81; Charles takes Henrietta to, 87.
-, Archbishop of. See Abbot, George.

Caotorta, Paolo, Proveditore and Captain of Corfu:
-, despatches, 377, 483.

capelletti, or black skulls:
-, escort for Wake, 134; escort for Correr and Contarini, 400, 401.

Capuchins. See Boueria; Hyacinth.

Cardinals:
-, congregation of deputed for Germany and Palatinate, 84.
-, -, See Barberini, Francesco; Du Plessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu; Hohenzollern, Eitel Frederick; Magalotti, Lorenzo; Maurice, Cardinal of Savoy; Medici Alessandro de'; Rochefoucauld, Francis; Spada, Bernardin.

Carew, George, Lord of Clopton, Master of the Ordnance:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 5.
-, made Earl of Totness, 326n.

Carey, Henry, Viscount Falkland, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Viceroy:
-, measures to quell mutiny, 587.

Carinthia [Austrian Empire]:
-, food in, 32.

Carleton, Carlenton, Sir Dudley, English ambassador in the Netherlands, 166, 182.
-, Spense treats with, 8; power to answer to Dutch for money, 16; to order English troops to obey Mansfelt, 19, 23.
-, Dutch promise merchants on word of, 24; promises money for Mansfelt, 32.
-, offers condolences on death of Prince of Orange, 33; gets satisfaction about Amboyna, 38.
-, quarrels with Mansfelt, 52; Mansfelt asks to be removed from supervision, 57; gives Mansfelt hope of new levies, 61.
-, instructions for league with Dutch, 68, 73; asks Dutch to prevent Mansfelt's force dissolving, 85; messenger to from Amiens, 86.
-, letter of Chamberlain to, 89n.
-, merchants want guarantee from for advances to Mansfelt, 95.
-, goes to Amsterdam to raise money for Mansfelt, 101; goes to Rotterdam to meet Morton, 102.
-, leaves Hague with Morton, about negotiations, 110; holds out hopes that France will enter alliance, 111.
-, returns from camp, 120; arranges about division of booty, 121.
-, wants to get Mansfelt to return to army, 126; tries to get money for Mansfelt, 132, 133.
-, at conference about Mansfelt, 135; speaks to Prince of Orange about neutralisation of Goch, 145.
-, hears nothing of negotiations for truce, 151; Contarini to work with, 162.
-, fresh orders for helping Denmark and Mansfelt, 189; informs Wake of alliance, 208.
-, calls on Contarini with Buckingham and Holland, 226; recalled, to succeed Bristol as Vice-Chamberlain, 235.
-, urges Venice to help league, 247; signs treaty with Denmark and Dutch, 258.
-, (1626):
-, Venice sends compliments to, 265; returns to England with Buckingham, 269.
-, ambassador extraordinary to France, 338, 361, 362.
-, ordered to go direct, 274; starts, 282; bitter enemy of Spaniards and devoted to Queen of Bohemia, 288.
-, will slip away before Blainville appears, 291; news of reception and audiences, 299.
-, tells Venetian ambassadors objects, 303.
-, must be back for coronation and parliament, 304.
-, tells Venetian ambassadors about negotiations, 305; Blainville instructed about offices, 310.
-, orders for prompt despatch, 312; promise not to sell French goods broken, 316.
-, reports negotiations, 317; told dowry will be paid when promises kept, 318; Charles wroth with, 325.
-, reply to Morosini about peace, 331, 332; reception by Prince of Piedmont, 332.
-, sends justification home, 333; supposed to have discouraged Huguenots, 334.
-, Contarini speaks to about reconciliation, 337; to accommodate question of reprisals, 339, 340, 351.
-, delighted at Blainville's recall, 347; Blainville recalled to help about Germany, 349.
-, confined or watched, 350; will not suffer what has arranged to be spoiled, 353.
-, promises release of French goods, 360; proposes renewal of alliance of 1610, 363.
-, to learn of peace not carried out, 364; Contarini tells of interview with Schomburg, 368.
-, confidences to Contarini, 369–371, 374, 375; recalled, 381; contradictory reports about, 384.
-, outwardly satisfied, 387; really ill satisfied, 391; claims success, 394; reports negotiations to parliament, 397.
-, begins to act as Vice-Chamberlain, 388; says Venetian offices for conciliation done good, 403.
-, friendly visit to Pesaro, 407; king takes away powers to treat, 410.
-, English ambassador in the Netherlands, 408; assures Commons ships lent to France will be restored, 417; frequently with St. Maurice, 418.
-, expected to speak of Gabor, 420.
-, Lord, of Imbercourt:
-, Buckingham has created, 440, 450; to go to Holland, 441; expected at Hague, 445.
-, will not be allowed to enter assembly, 458; visits Venetian ambassadors, 461; dines with them, 486, 487, 489.
-, not going to Hague, 472.
-, ambassador extraordinary to France, 489, 495, 507, 539, 575.
-, hurried off, 497; instructions, objects of mission, 498, 504, 506, 509; to start negotiations for peace with Spain, 506, 521.
-, reaches Paris, 509; mission disapproved, 512; advised about queen's attendants, 514, 517.
-, reports first offices, 526; brusque reception at Nantes, 531; reports on condition of France, 532.
-, Bassompierre asks for Contarini's offices with, 536; Contarini sees, 544, 545; tells why French dismissed, 545.
-, reported recall, 546; treatment of, 547, 565, 576; amazed at refusal to receive Montagu, 555.
-, through poverty dependent on Buckingham, 560; returns ill from Nantes, 561; gloomy view of situation, 562.
-, expected back, 567; returned pleased with reception, 570, 571; speaks of reception and king's wishes, 571.
-, commissioner to treat with Bassompierre, 582; present to, 583.
-, -, Dudley, nephew of Sir Dudley, 24.
-, sent to Mansfelt, 33; succeeds uncle at Hague, 235n; ratification of league sent to, 408.
-, asks return of English regiments, 409; says uncle not coming, 472; dispute with French ambassador, 581.
-, -, George, brother of Sir Dudley, 235n.
-, -, George, nephew of Sir Dudley, 235n.
-, -, John, nephew of Sir Dudley:
-, left at Hague as secretary, 235; engaged about pawning royal jewels, 281, 288n.

Carlisle, Bishop of. See Senhouse, Richard; White, Francis.
-, -, Countess of. See Hay, Lucy.
-, -, Earl of. See Hay. James.

Carlo, Don, natural son of Duke of Savoy:
-, sent against Genoese, 188.

carpets:
-, presented by Persian ambassador at Hague, 369.

Cartagena [Prov. Murcia, Spain]:
-, goods laded at, 353.

Cary, Robert Lord, of Leppington, Cheri:
-, made vice-chamberlain provisionally, 13; made Earl of Monmouth, 326n.
-, Valentine, Bishop of Exeter. 595n.

Casalborgone, Casal Borgon [Prov. Torino, Italy]:
-, Feria takes, 159.

Casale [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Feria moves towards, 125; Feria has designs on, 132.

Cassel, Kissel [Hesse Cassel, German Empire], 434.

Cassine, le, in Monferrat [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Feria going to, 48.

Cassovia:
-, Gabor's move on, 195, 232.

Castellamare, Castela Mar [Prov. Napoli, Italy], 455.

Castellazzo [Prov. Alessandria, Italy]:
-, Savoy and Constable propose to attack, 90.

Castelnuovo. See Aubespine, Charles de l', Marquis of Chateauneuf.

Castile, Spain:
-, forces in, 208.

Castro, Francis Fernandez de, Count of Lemos:
-, goes to Galicia, 209.

Catharina, sister of George William, Margrave of Brandenburg:
-, marriage to Gabor, 214, 232, 267, 290; Germany should provide present for, 277.
-, Count of Schwartzenburg goes with, 342; Gabor approached emperor for passage of, 348.
-, claim to Jagerndorf, 497; condition of marriage, 541; question of investiture, 580.

Catholic, the. See Philip IV, King of Spain.

Catholic league:
-, diet will favour, 105; attack on Poland will weaken, 168; Bavaria chief of, 244.

Catholics:
-, queen need not admit any but, to the household, 607.
-, -, the English, Papists, Recusants:
-, need to renew acts for, 3; offer prayers for James, 4; help Spaniards against public cause, 5.
-, proposed moderation in condition, 11; say French do not care for faith, 20.
-, to be excluded from James's funeral, 30; advantages for proceed slowly, 34.
-, more favourable conditions for, 51; Treasurer raises objections, 52; depend on action of France, 57; Effiat complains securities for are slight, 62.
-, hopes that Charles will value satisfaction of subjects more than obligations to, 70.
-, Argyle and Tyrone said to be fomenting revolt in Scotland and Ireland, 89.
-, rigour of parliament against, 97, 107, 108, 118; French want execution of compacts for, 98.
-, queen follows English calendar to please, 107; efforts of French ambassadors for, 118, 128.
-, parliament wants execution of laws against, 129; animosity of parliament against, 142.
-, Charles advised to give in to parliament over, 143; king made no secret arrangement for, 146.
-, Buckingham thought he had saved himself by concessions about, 147.
-, Tillières protests about grants to parliament concerning, 149.
-, Warwick disarms those of Essex, 176; Blainville to act for, 177, 189, 190, 222.
-, attempt on Dover castle, 183; disarmed, 185, 213, 231; promises for, not observed, 190.
-, persecuted by money exactions, 198, 199; Buckingham protects, 201.
-, Blainville demands revocation of acts against, 212; concessions to would mean establishing rebels, 221.
-, no slackening of rigour against, 229; Blainville waives extreme claims for, 231, 236.
-, French threaten intrigues with, 237; quarrel between Charles and Louis about, 239.
-, king's reply to Blainville about, 244; English do not carry out marriage articles about, 263, 281, 289.
-, (1626):
-, Charles does all law will allow for, 270; warned against going five miles from home, 299.
-, Louis demands fulfilment of articles for, 365; times of persecution for, 311.
-, expect to profit from quarrels with parliament, 325; Buckingham suggests confiscation of goods, 334.
-, encourage differences with parliament, 335.
-, pursuivants arrest going to mass at Blainville's house, 350; parliament does not entirely approve of persecution, 351.
-, Blainville expects papal commendation for helping, 353; list of read in parliament and pursuivants sent against, 358.
-, Buckingham accused of supporting, 366; Buckingham absolved of charge, 380.
-, upheld by Jesuit doctrine about kings, 378; English ambassadors in France say something about favouring, 384.
-, Tantucci enquiring about, 388; English promise to satisfy France about, after parliament, 391, 403.
-, Carleton says France cannot refuse league because of, 392; Venetian ambassador to show reserve about, 394.
-, Charles orders to abstain from attending ecclesiastical functions at queen's chapel, 398.
-, Buckingham says laws cannot be changed for, 417; asked to help king to be independent of parliament, 427.
-, Charles ready to give up persecuting, 433; Mandé says concessions to not fulfilled, 439, 451, 459; French will take measures if persecution continued, 440.
-, proposals to raise money from, 469; expecting landing in Ireland of Spaniards, 474.
-, Charles speaks of leakage of money from, 489, 499; ruthless persecution, king intervenes, 499.
-, in queen's household, 515; peace overtures at suggestion of, 521.
-, Tillières accused of trying to subvert kingdom through, 527; Spanish demands for, 533, 540.
-, Bassompierre asks for mitigation of persecution, 582; a danger for rupture with France, 593. one of main divisions of of kingdom, 598; Charles will not admit to queen's household, 607.
-, agent of. See Foster, Richard.

Cattaro Dalmatia:
-, Rector of, 419.
-, Proveditore of, 434.

Caumont, James de, Marquis of la Force, marshal of France:
-, Louis willing to make promise to, 14.

Cautionary towns, 458.
-, Buckingham accused about giving up, 430.

Cavazza, Gabriel, Venetian secretary in Savoy:
-, despatch, 442.
-, -, Girolamo, Venetian secretary with the Swiss, 144.
-, despatches, 86, 152, 153, 163, 242, 272, 459, 474, 589.
-, instructions to, 77, 219.
-, to thank Bernese, 72; speaks to Wake about funeral incident, 152, 153; meets ambassadors extraordinary, 423.

Cavendish, William Lord, Candis, son of William Cavendish, first Earl of Devon:
-, calls on Pesaro about Capt. Scott, 77.

Cavo, Palla. See Palos, Cape.

Cavoretto, —:
-, sent to Turin about English fleet, 259; at Grenoble to see Constable, 332.

Cecil, Sir Edward, 217.
-, Dutch send for to command troops, 53; Charles recalls to employ in fleet, 69; returns from camp with St. Leger, 73.
-, to command troops of fleet, 105, 123; Palatine and wife sign patents for, 110.
-, to command fleet, 148; starts for Plymouth, 156; made Viscount Wimbledon, 162.
-, sails in command of English fleet, 197; blamed in France, 235; decides return of fleet, 269.
-, in Ireland, sick, 285; to leave 2,000 men in Ireland, 294.
-, ordered to England, enquiry suggested, 312; wishes to avoid parliament, 340.
-, enters Downs and arrives in London, 353; questioned by king and Council, 365.
-, recriminations with colonels, 383, 391; colonels present papers to Council against, 386.
-, Buckingham favours, 391; reputed vigilance, not shown at Cadiz, 609, 610.
-, -, William, Earl of Exeter:
-, -, -, Elizabeth, daughter of, wife of Viscount Andover:
-, Charles admires, 21.
-, -, -, Earl of Salisbury:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 4; admitted to Council of State, 500.

Cecilia Renata, second daughter of the emperor:
-, proposed marriage to Prince Palatine, 161.

Celerin in the March [Brandenburg, German Empire]:
-, proposed diet of Princes of Lower Saxony at, 220.

census ordered of those capable of bearing arms, 499.

Cephalonia, island of, 455, 470.
-, English trade at, 313, 412.
-, money from, for treasury, 377; farming of duty at, 445; currant trade at, 485.
-, regulation for trade at, 518.
-, Proveditore of, 31, 445, 470.
-, -, instruction to, 438.
-, - See Mosto, Andrea da.

Cerbelloni:
-, quarrels with, 153.

Ceremonies, Master of the. See Lewkenor.

Cerigo, Greece, island of:
-, Venetian Proveditore to cruise for pirates off, 65.

Cesena, Bishop of. See Campeggi.

Césy, Baron of. See Harlay, Philip de.

Chalais, Count of. See Taleran.

Chalcedon, Bishop of. See Smith, Richard.

Chalil. See Halil.

Chamberlain, Lord Great:
-, king settles dispute about, 393.
-, - See Bertie, Robert, Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
-, -, the Lord. See Herbert, Philip, Earl of Montgomery; Herbert, William, Earl of Pembroke.

Chamberlain, John:
-, letter to Sir Dudley Carleton, 89n.

Champagne, France:
-, Denmark asks Louis to send forces of to empire, 140.

Champion of the Realm:
-, office at coronation, 321.

Chancellor:
-, of Denmark. See Ulefelt, James.
-, of France. See Aligre, Etienne d'.
-, of Scotland. See Hay, Sir George.
-, of the Duchy of Lancaster. See May, Sir Humphrey.
-, of the Exchequer. See Weston, Richard.

Charenton, Scialanton, near Paris, France:
-, despatch dated from, 337.

Charles, Prince of Wales:
-, sent St. Leger, 1; visit would be great expense for France, 7; strained relations with James, 9.
-, Iseppo brought news of journey to Spain, 111; Bristol admits going too far with, 429; Buckingham won influence over in Spain, 599; Buckingham taxed with trying to make Catholic, 601.

Charles I, King of England, 140, 154, 156, 162, 166, 203, 215, 248, 254, 296, 316, 341, 362, 364, 379, 381, 392–394, 412, 419, 421, 486, 492, 510, 591, 593, 595, 607.
-, (1625):
-, letter to doge, 1; proclamation of, 2, 4; comforts Buckingham, 3; favours to Buckingham, 13, 41, 63, 168; Buckingham's influence places at disadvantage, 76.
-, attends to fleet, 4; determined on firmer resolution, 6; great expectations from, 8, 20, 92, 101, 179; reputation increased, 26.
-, expresses affection for Venice, 5, 18, 134; receives Pesaro, 17; Venetian representations to about wheat, 23.
-, moves to Whitehall, 10; may leave London because of plague, 30; changes dress, 35.
-, new regulations by, 11, 21; means to pay father's debts, 12; orders payment of private debts, 27.
-, impediment in speech, 18; feeling against Spaniard, 28, 38; will not allow venality, 29.
-, reservation in granting ships, 19; will lend royal ship to France without payment, 34.
-, appoints commission for household, 21; Effiat has order at request of, 25; studies book of maxims, 27.
-, tells Pesaro to attend funeral, 33; Venice congratulates, 39, 42, 45; Venice sends ambassadors extraordinary to, 40, 45.
-, suspicion of, at Vienna, 37; wanted to enter league, 46; Spaniards see cannot cajole, 47.
-, Pesaro approaches about wheat trade in Levant, 49; talk of conference with queen mother, 51, 62.
-, opinions on Italian news, 49; sends money to Denmark, 50; Mansfelt and Carleton appeal to, 52.
-, may not be crowned, to be more absolute, 51; gives Buckingham house at Chelsea, 53.
-, attends father's funeral, 53, 55; Pesaro protests to about slight at funeral, 54, 56, 144; refers matter, 114; gives satisfaction, 193; Venice thanks, 229.
-, arrangements for part in league, 57, 58; creates three knights of the Garter, 63.
-, impatient for bride, 59, 83; people mistrust, 62, 63; recalls Cecil, 69.
-, Duchess of Richmond speaks to about funeral incident, 64; ready to help Dutch, 68.
-, France gratifies by supporting Mansfeldt, 65, 88; hopes Henrietta will rouse, 66.
-, hopes that, will value satisfaction of subjects more than obligations to Catholics, 70.
-, answer to Bruneau's complaint about Dunkirker, 71; Dutch incite to declare against Spain, 79, 85, 104.
-, leaves London, 74; going to Dover, 75, 81; receives queen, 87; goes to Hampton Court, 115; expected at Windsor, 122.
-, Venice glad that sending out fleet, 80; Barroccio treats with, 82, 93; emperor and Bavaria approach for peace through Lorraine, 88.
-, princes of Germany pay respects to, 89; Scots want crowned in Scotland, 90.
-, arguments to persuade to send fleet to Italy, 94; asks Prince of Orange for veteran troops, 95.
-, speech at opening of parliament, 96; appeal to parliament for funds, 97, 142; money granted, to, 108.
-, clings to purveyance, parliament suspicious of, 98; leaving London, 100, 108; parliament will satisfy, 111.
-, Dutch ambassadors pay respects to, 99; Palatine urges to oppose diet of Ulm, 105; memorial of Palatine to, 105, 106; Palatine tries to get royal title from, 107.
-, offers Garter to Chevreuse, 106; confers Garter on Chevreuse, 118.
-, wins parliament by promises about religion, 108; heavy expenses, 117.
-, Venice thanks, 112, 115; thanks Venice, 113; urges Louis to give peace to France, 116.
-, assassination reported at Madrid, 120; will support Mansfelt, 121, 123; Spaniards try to lull, 122.
-, proposed remonstrance of parliament to, 124.
-, goes to Oking, 127; Buckingham says will have to make war for himself, 128.
-, present to Effiat, 129; resents parliament's attack on Richard Montagu, 130.
-, Rusdorf speaks to upon emperor's advances for peace, 130, 131; instructions to Effiat about ships lent to France, 132.
-, moves very cautiously in declaring against Spaniards, 133; wants negotiations for Dutch league carried on in England, 137.
-, Palatine writes to, about emperor's demands, 137; Gondomar writes to, 141.
-, takes queen to Woodstock, 138; incessant journeys interrupt business, 139.
-, parliament objects to actions, 143; yields to parliament about Catholics, 146; Dorset helps to decide, 147.
-, consults Council about dissolving parliament, 147; reply to Bruneau, 148, 149, 158.
-, leaves for Beaulieu, 149; goes to Plymouth, 165; going to Lincoln, 169.
-, Scaglia to induce to persuade Rochellese, 150; Palatine asks to protest against diet, 151.
-, friendliness to Swiss, 152, 159, 180; Swiss thank, 153, 171.
-, Louis asks what help, will give to Calais, 157; Spain may join France against, 160.
-, going to fleet by sea, 161, 183, 204; orders presses for fleet, 175; Oxenstiern appeals to, 176.
-, Oxenstiern remonstrates with about fleet going to Spain, 177; will not see Soubise but asks Louis to pardon, 178.
-, Venetian representations to, 181; Venice commends Wake to, 182.
-, gives orders for fleet, 184; at open war with Spain, 185, 186.
-, help for Denmark and Mansfelt, 189; Blainville urges sailing of fleet on, 191.
-, Buckingham takes leave of, 192; assurances to Pesaro about war, 193.
-, Venice anxious to know intentions about Dutch treaty, 195; Venetians offer to refer consulage dispute to, 196, 211, 218; Williams loses favour, 198; deprecated mission of Blainville, 199.
-, determined to have own way in household, 198.
-, promises to help Savoy, 200; reception of Baroccio, 201; French match compelled to declare against Spaniards, 202; alliance with Dutch, 203, 206, 235, 256, 257, 313.
-, means Dutch alliance for active operations, 204; Venice wants, to induce Rochellese to submit, 205.
-, Fargis considers fleet youthful escapade of, 208; Venice confides in about consulage dispute, 212.
-, visiting country houses, 212; Palatine thanks for alliance with States, 213.
-, approves of Gabor's marriage, 214; Venice represents Spanish deceit to, 220.
-, Venice remonstrates with, about consulage, 221; writes to Savoy about Dutch league, 223.
-, goes hunting, 223, 243; cannot do much without parliament, 226, 245; Savoy's requests of, 228.
-, Venice urges on in league with Dutch, 229; promise reparation for ships seized, 231.
-, Buckingham must expect consent to marriage of daughter to Palatine's son, 230.
-, makes Buckingham's opponents sheriffs, 231; Van Male takes leave of, 232.
-, promises to be good brother to Louis, 236; quarrels with Louis, 239.
-, holds council about Ireland, orders Council of Scotland to come to court, 237.
-, joy at birth of Buckingham's son, 238; articles of league with Denmark and Dutch, 241.
-, Buckingham writes to, about going to France, gives jewels to queen, 244; reply to Blainville, 244, 245.
-, tries to secure peace for Rochellese, 251; Blainville remonstrates with about Soubise, 252.
-, indebted to Scaglia about marriage, 255; consulage affair represented to, 260, 261, 265–267.
-, congratulations on accession, 264; Venice wants to interpose in France for peace, 265.
-, (1626):
-, Pesaro tells of Spanish negotiations with Turks, 267; Pesaro represents advantages of peace in France to, 268, 295, 303.
-, affectionate welcome to Buckingham on return from Hague, 269; sends to queen regulations for household, 271; quarrels with queen, 272, 362; Henrietta sends to Louis about quarrel with, 354.
-, holds chapter of Garter, 271; Spaniards decide to attack, 273; objections to Blainville, 274.
-, orders queen's attendants to take oath of fealty or go, 275; strong feeling about Rochelle, 276.
-, induced to give salary to Strasburg, 277; will submit to parliament and Scots, 278.
-, returns to London, 282; differences with Blainville, 283; receives Scaglia, 284.
-, wants to satisfy Venice about consulage, 286, 295, 323; present to Bautru, 288.
-, advantage to France of good relations with, 289; Pesaro thanks about Lewkenor, 290.
-, importuned to release Lewkenor, 291; gives Denmark House to queen, 292.
-, ratifies Dutch alliance, 293; detained in London by Scots and Council, 294.
-, promises to Venice about trade, 297; determined to support Buckingham, 298, 325, 344, 351.
-, French induced to break with Spain, 299; will do utmost for adjustment with France, 300.
-, devising means to employ Gabor, 301; decision in Council about France, 302.
-, Savoy expects to pay Bernese levies, 304; cannot fail Soubise, 305; journey to Scotland, 307.
-, at open war with emperor, 308; queen's anguish at quarrel with Louis, 309.
-, declaration of attitude to France, 310; orders exclusion of sheriffs from parliament, 311, 334.
-, declaration to Scots, 311; answer of Scots to, 312; efforts to pawn jewels, 313, 345.
-, Venice directs attention to Spanish aims, 315; terms of parliament to, 319.
-, holds Council about negotiations with France, 317; does not want inch of French land, 318.
-, advised to insist on prerogative, 319; ceremony of coronation, 320, 321.
-, Spain informs powers of attack by, 322; opens parliament, speech, 324; confirms speaker, 325.
-, wrath at negotiations in France, throws ambasador's letters on fire, 325; creates eight earls, 326.
-, dispute with queen at opening of parliament, 327; objections to Blainville, 328, 329, 333; queen obeys, reconciliation, 329.
-, Roe without letters from, 331; Savoy asks for ships, 332; honour satisfied by peace in France, 333.
-, will arm in defence of Rochelle if promises not kept, 334; Persia sends to, 335.
-, ambassadors in France bound to advise, 337; reprisals justified as providing funds for, 339; will give reasonable satisfaction about reprisals, 340.
-, Baden and Poland appeal to, 343; orders Knights of Bath to wear ribbon and device, 345.
-, enjoys performance by queen, 346; Aligre considers ill-advised, 347; dangerous fall from horse, 348.
-, angry when told of Spanish representations at Venice, talks of Gabor, 348.
-, Louis might make league with, 349; threat against agent of Catholics, 350.
-, Blainville hopes to claim reparation from, 353; to make prompt restitution of French goods, 356.
-, feeling about arrest of St. Peter, 357; wroth at marriage of Lord Maltravers, 358, 365.
-, refers Persian negotiations to commissioners, allows Blainville to see queen, 359.
-, parliament disgusted at action about St. Peter, 360; means to repress parliament's zeal, 361.
-, questions Cecil, 365; demands punishment of Turner and Coke, orders council of war not to give details, 366.
-, parliamentary deputation to, 367; says will reject everything against Buckingham, 368.
-, reply to Gondomar's promise of restitution of Palatinate, 369; writes to Louis to renew friendship, 371.
-, rumoured league of France and Spain against, 373; Alvise Contarini's credentials to, 374; instructions of ambassadors extraordinary to, 325–7; Pesaro to take leave of, 389.
-, Blainville gets queen to offend, 375; inclined to dissolve parliament, letter to Speaker, 380; allows Blainville to see queen, 383.
-, Louis desires good relations with, 382; Palatine commends Streiff to, 382n.
-, objects to peace of Monzon, 383; parliament replies to letter, 384; brusque message to Commons, 384, 385.
-, speaks to members, 385; parliament's reply, 387; remonstrance of parliament to, 390.
-, takes no notice of Holstein, 386; orders Roe to be firm about consulage, 388.
-, compact with France about ships, 391; can hardly avoid going to Scotland, 395.
-, presses parliament for supply, lords demand Arundel from, keeps Bristol from House, 396.
-, orders Catholics to abstain from queen's chapel, 398; ultimatum to Commons for supply, 399.
-, reports in France of relations with parliament, 400; Savoy expects much from, 401, 402.
-, present to Blainville, 403; tells Tantucci pope too Spanish, 404; demands despatch of reply, 405; thanks lords, 406; gives powers to Cotton, 407.
-, obligations by Dutch league, 408; wants to keep jus in Netherlands, 409; takes from ambassadors powers to treat in France, 410.
-, supports Buckingham, 411; accuser of Bristol, 414, 415, 601, 602; behaviour at attack on Buckingham, 416.
-, may be murdered, 417; determined to manage queen's household, 417.
-, present to S. Maurice, 418; Palatine and wife moved to stir, 420; Pesaro speaks to about Italy, 425.
-, Buckingham thinks would interpose for accommodation, 426; idea in ratifying league, 428.
-, Queen complains to, of misrepresentation, 427; asked to help Savoy, 428.
-, appears as Bristol's accuser, 429; tries to reconcile Bristol and Buckingham, 430.
-, goes to Lords to explain arrest of members, 431; difficulties in way of dissolving parliament, 432.
-, ready to give up persecuting Catholics, 433; gets Palatine to sue for pardon, 437.
-, honours Pesaro at departure, 439; present to Pesaro, 544; releases Eliot, 445; explains treatment of Arundel, 440, 441, 448.
-, efforts to get Buckingham made Chancellor of Cambridge, 441, 449.
-, letter to Duke of Savoy offering help, 442; Zobel sees for Denmark, 446, 450, 451.
-, Joachim informs of Spanish designs, 447; suspected of wanting to trouble France, 456.
-, asks parliament to attend to business, 448; letter to Commons, 452, 454; determined to dissolve parliament, 453, 458, 473, 603; reports of quarrel with Commons, 537.
-, punishes Bristol and Arundel, 454; people say abandoning everything for Buckingham, 461.
-, Rosencrantz sent to, 457; will contribute to Savoy's plan against Resana, 458, 459.
-, complains of audacity of parliament, 462; intent on ruining Bristol, 463; gives up coronation procession, 464; imprisons Arundel and Bristol, 483.
-, gives audience to Venetian ambassadors extraordinary, 465, 466; sends to encourage Denmark, 467; private audience to Venetians, 474–6.
-, makes list for forced loan, 468, 469; Roe has no letters from, 471; orders expedients for raising money, 473.
-, asks Dutch to help against Spanish attack, 472, 473; bad blood grows with France, 473.
-, Buckingham says will get money, 476; expresses generous ideas to Savoy, 477.
-, speaks to Council about leakage of money from recusants, 480; and their treatment, 499; will entertain Venetian ambassadors, 481; Venetian ambassadors take leave of, 485; presents to, 493.
-, dispute about arrest of ships, 482; intention to attack Spain, 484; edified by what Venice has done, 487.
-, Danish ambassador has audience of, 488; orders Carleton to serve interests of Venice in France, 489.
-, letters to Roe about Gabor, and truce, 490.
-, moves to Theobalds, 493; quarrel with queen about ladies of his household, 494, 495, 497, 498.
-, wants Louis to withdraw queen's attendants, 498; sends Annandale to Scotland to stop parliament, 500, 522; will try to gain Chancellor of Scotland, 559.
-, poverty notorious, 501, 527, 560; allows India Co. to send to Persia with ambassador, 503.
-, financial expedients, 504, 508; away in country, 505, 511, 519, 535; dismisses queen's French attendants, 506–8, 514, 516, 517, 520, 526, 530, 531, 536, 543.
-, great loss of popularity, 512; power absolute, but limited in money matters, 513.
-, Louis sends to, for Catholics, 515; loses authority in trying to evade parliaments, 516; refuses to admit the confusion, 521.
-, very angry at queen's visit to Tyburn, 577, 545; private audience to Rosencranz, 521, 522.
-, Venice cherishes friendship, 524; gives first audience to Contarini, 524, 525; letter to doge, 530, 531.
-, distress at height, 528; proposal to let subjects fit out privateers against Spain, 531.
-, orders for reception of Bassompierre, 531, 550; Spanish allurements to, 533.
-, will not have Tillières as ambassador, 536, 539, 546; bias of Savoy towards, 537.
-, Wake's version of relations with parliament, 537, 538; Spence remonstrates with, 540.
-, colloquy with Rusdorf about Gabor, 540, 541; sleeps abroad but has queen watched, 542; queen recalls forces serving Dutch, 543; Contarini tells of Preaux's negotiations, 556, 557; queen reconciled with, 544.
-, reason for expelling French attendants, 545; pretends satisfaction at Montagu's repulse, 547.
-, reply to Rosencrantz's remonstrance, admits extreme financial distress, 548; and about Gabor, 549.
-, reply to about benevolence, 549; letter from King of Denmark to, 555, 567; letters to Denmark, 558, 567, 569, 570.
-, Scaglia's influence with, 555; only knows what Buckingham chooses, 558; asks Mme. de la Tremouille to delay de parture, 560.
-, tells Council money must be found regardless of cost, 558; cancels privy seals and benevolences and decides to exact five subsidies, 568.
-, takes queen to Hampton Court, 561; going further into country, 565.
-, quarrel with Louis growing worse, 561, 562; Louis wishes to keep friendly with, 571.
-, Venice incites to war with Spain, 564; orders Soubise to Greenwich, 566.
-, Denmark attributes trouble to quarrel with people, 567; audience to Quad, 568.
-, Joachim urges to take some resolve, 568, 569; Sweden writes to, 569; audience to Bassompierre, 573.
-, ill-disposed to French, 574; present to Mme. de la Tremouille, 575; wants to learn disposition of Scots, confers with Hay, 577; Hay's firm reply to, 587.
-, Dutch urge to send regiments to Denmark, 581; promises money to Denmark, 584.
-, reception of Bassompierre arranged with Buckingham, 582; goodwill to Swiss, 589.
-, Rosencranz advised to press, 585; assurances about negotiations with Spain, 586, 592; can make peace with Spain when pleases, 590.
-, receives revenues of vacant bishoprics, 594; takes advice about forming West India Co., 596.
-, lets Buckingham have his way, 600; Buckingham builds on affection, 604; admirable character, 605, 608.
-, financial straits, 606; friendliness to Dutch, 610; pensions to Palatine's family, 611.
-, coronation of. See coronation.
-, physician of. See Craig, John.

Charles, Prince of Liechstenstein, Liectristain, Prince of Letch:
-, to take force from Bohemia to Hesse, 342; emperor gives Jägerndorff to, 497.

Charles III, Duke of Lorraine, 215n.
-, representations to emperor, 46; emperor and Bavaria want to induce Palatine to send to diet, 75; emperor and Bavaria make intermediary for peace, 88, 130.
-, debt to Palatine, 89; negotiations in England opened through, 106; approaches emperor for Palatine, 137; Palatine asks pardon through, 556; mission to, 593.

Charles Emanuel, Duke of Savoy, 26, 94, 420, 421.
-, (1625):
-, takes Ottagio, 10; successes of 22, 30, 41, 48, 254.
-, takes Gavi, 32; recovered, 36; reported dissensions with Lesdiguieres, 42.
-, wants to recover Oneglia, 45; Venice bound by alliance with, 46.
-, Charles I would rather see aggrandisement than French gains, 49; to be invited to favour league, 59.
-, wants to employ Soubise, 82; goes to Acqui, 83; proposes to attack Castellazzo, 90; says skirmish will bring war, 91.
-, English offer to take up proposals for Mediterranean, 99; writes to Scaglia about English, 100.
-, confronts Feria, 101; Venice to back, 103; collects army against Feria, 108, 119, 125.
-, Scaglia waiting to hear from, 110; letters of credence to Wake for, 113; French do not help, 116; Conway says drawing back, 117.
-, provision to resist Feria, 132; Feria helps Genoese by keeping occupied, 135, 137.
-, goes to relieve Verua, 137; Pesaro urges English to support plans, 139; tries to relieve Verua, 145, 159, 163, 173.
-, sends to France for help, 153; Buckingham thinks France will abandon, 154.
-, Rohan and Soubise to serve, 163; wants help from Swiss, 180.
-, Vignola goes to reinforce, 183; lodges and entertains Wake, 184; Spaniards try to divide forces, 187; misled by France, 188.
-, Anglo-Dutch league to encourage, 192.
-, joined by Constable, 195; to confer with cardinal legate, 196.
-, Charles sends word that will help, 200; English admire fortitude, 201.
-, to be invited to join Anglo-Dutch league, 206; wants infantry from Berne, 207; Bernese troops for, 217, 219, 220, 224, 242, 393.
-, does not lose heart, 214; Charles writes to about Dutch league, 223.
-, does not receive help expected from England, 227; entertains Wake, 228.
-, refusal to let Dutch ships serve, 230; Louis approaches about match with Denmark, 240.
-, Palatine wants to help diversion in Alsace and Burgundy, 243; wants to monopolise French help, 245; has news of English fleet, 246.
-, Wake reconciles with Crequi, 254; dealings with Capuchin Zaccaria, 255; states force required for attempt on Genoa, 259.
-, sees nuncio and Scaramelli, 263; asks advice about Scaglia's mission to England, 264.
-, (1626):
-, feels sure England and France will keep friendly, 272; Venice thanks, 278.
-, not very pleased with French, 284; English want to draw into alliance, 291.
-, ready to invade Milanese, 291; will intervene for peace in France, 301.
-, expects England to pay for Bernese levies, 304; league with France and Venice, 307.
-, glorious actions, 308; wants reply from England, 320.
-, asks England for ships, 332, 346, 475; full of enterprise against Genoa, 346.
-, English fleet to help against Genoa, 355; preparations against Genoa, 413.
-, Genoese fear attack from, 368; will stand by Venice and England, 375; steadfast about Valtelline, 379.
-, objects to treaty of Monzon, 392; presents to Wake, 393; exalts power of England, expectations, 401.
-, proclaims free trade at Villefranche etc., 407; reply to Wake about league, 411, 412, 422.
-, French suspicions of, 418; Charles I always ready to help, 425.
-, Buckingham's views about, 426; Charles asked to help, 428; time to settle differences with Genoa, 436; will not submit differences with Genoa to arbitration, 438.
-, waiting for decision of Venice, 442; efforts to make arrange with Genoa, 446.
-, Wake writes of good disposition, 451; St. Maurice fills with hopes, 456; Charles gives hopes, 477.
-, project against Spaniards, 458, 459; high opinion of in England, 466; English want project against Spaniards, 458, 459; high opinion of in England, 466; English want to attack Milan, 467; not strong enough, 468.
-, Buckingham wants to act with England, 476; French gild pill for, 478.
-, offers to negotiate peace between England and Spain, 481.
-, Bouillon confers with, 491; France desires destruction and English unable to help, 492; promises to Baden, 501.
-, may find moment unpropitious to approach France, 509; talk of league with Venice, Swiss and England, 510; truce with Milan, 519.
-, expectation of diversion from, 522, 534; bias to England in dispute with France, 537.
-, disposed to ask pass through Milan for Wake, 538; English want to support Baden, 540, 567, 570.
-, Clarke may go to enlist support, 546; Catholic league may be aimed against, 547.
-, Charles asks Contarini what doing, 557; views on current affairs, 563.
-, Buckingham interested in schemes against France, 567; does not mind delay of settlement with Genoese, 590.
-, natural son of. See Carlo, Don.
-, sons of. See Maurice; Tomaso; Vittorio.

chase. See hunting.

Chateauneuf, Marquis of. See Aubespine, Charles de l'.

Châtillon, Count of. See Coligny.

Chelegre. See Killigrew.

Chelsea:
-, Charles gives Buckingham palace at, 53.

Chenston. See Kingston.

Cheri. See Cary, Robert.

Chevreuse, Duchess of. See Rohan, Maria de.
-, -, Duke of. See Lorraine, Claude de.

Chiaus:
-, English send back richly rewarded, 199; promises victualling of English fleet, 200.
-, promises pirates will be ready, 239.

Chiavenna [Prov. Sondrio, Italy], 478.
-, Spaniards claim success near, 242; Pappenheim tries to surprise, 379.

Chinese:
-, rulers of East Indies, 609.

Chivaleschi:
-, attempt to enlist men, 25.

Chizzali, Chisali, Giovanni, called Bonfadini, Bonfantine, merchant:
-, petition for restoration of goods in the Faith, 243, 250; Pesaro to act for, 250, 316n; agent in London, 578.

Christian IV, King of Denmark, 35, 130, 257, 549.
-, (1625):
-, arming, 16; means to help, 19; urges decision, 20.
-, will soon have large force ready, 26; Charles agrees with, 28.
-, chosen leader of Circle of Lower Saxony, 37; understanding with Sweden, 38, 41.
-, sends Haye to Paris, 46; wants assurance of continued assistance from England, 52; efforts to get to support Palatine, 57.
-, proposals for recovery of Palatinate, 70; takes field with powerful army, 72.
-, asks Charles to publish past negotiations with Spaniards, 75; warns Tilly to evacuate Hesse, 82.
-, might not welcome Mansfelt, 83; conferring with Brandenburg and Saxony, 89.
-, French proposals to prevent Mansfelt joining with, 88; fear of giving in, 99, 105.
-, Tilly prepares to attack, 100; Mansfelt wants to join, 109; urges Dutch to support Mansfelt, 106.
-, Hanse towns fear, 101; will not move until England fulfils promises, 104.
-, Charles arranges with for army, 113; Palatine would prefer English to give Mansfelt's contributions to, 120.
-, Tilly to prevent Mansfelt joining, 122; said to have taken field, 123.
-, proposed inclusion in Anglo-Dutch league, 127.
-, jealousy of Sweden, 131; insists on support from Mansfelt, 133, 150; withdraws towards Bremen, 137.
-, faces Tilly, 140, 142, 181; Palatine wants Charles to assist, 149.
-, advances to Ferdem, 151; dangerous fall from horse, 158; Palatine encourages, 161.
-, Dutch ask Charles to pay, 166; Sweden wants to be sure will not thwart, 168.
-, need of encouraging, 177; Buckingham taking money for, 184; successes of, 185.
-, help of Charles for, 189, 190; Rusdorf wants French diversion in Alsace to please, 191.
-, Gabor could help, 193; suggested embassy to, 199; Buckingham going to treat with, 201.
-, complains that French promise much and do nothing, 202; encouraged by Anglo-Dutch league, 203; position against Tilly, 205.
-, proposed force of, 214; help for, 215; desired to send ambassadors to Hague, 218.
-, some princes of Lower Saxony suspicious of, 220; Rusdorf submits proposals for, 223.
-, will look to self if nothing arranged at Hague, 226; proposed match for son with Savoy, 227.
-, to control help for Mansfelt, 234; league with England and Dutch, 241, 258, 490.
-, Rusdorf writes to about diversion, 243; preparations supposed only against Bavaria, 244.
-, likely to continue war, 247; insists on France for alliance, 253.
-, (1626):
-, English pleased at having committed to league, 269.
-, money to be sent to, 276; Rusdorf wants English to support, 277; efforts to prevent making terms with emperor, 285, 477.
-, hostile to Sweden, 308; agrees to wait for rest of subsidy, 312; Charles has to pawn jewels to pay subsidy to, 313.
-, Camerarius sent to, 318; promises of payment to, 326; hopes that Louis may help, 333.
-, preparing three armies, 342; selfish policy, 343; fear that French may be prevented from contributing to, 349.
-, advantages over Tilly, 357; Mansfelt will serve under, 364; Louis means to help, 368.
-, may look to self, with withdrawal of French, 371, 382; amazed at English irresolution, 386.
-, Weimar wants Dutch to lend cavalry to, 389n; excepts three secret articles from alliance, 393; Weimar returns to, 395.
-, constantly urges peace, 402; Streiff writes to, 404; alliance with England, 410.
-, exceptions in making league, 428; proposed alliance with Savoy, 429; near Brunswick, 434.
-, supplies promised to, 442; practically abandoned, 443; Brunswick draws towards, 444.
-, nothing contributed to, 445; Spaniards try to induce to come to terms, 446.
-, French overtures to, 450, 451; Charles pledged to, 453.
-, hopes to wear out imperialists, 460; danger if makes peace, 467; efforts to make terms with, 475.
-, engaged in disputes about seizures of ships, 482; absolute need of being supported, 487.
-, will pay third of Gabor's subsidy, 488; English troops serving, 489.
-, proposed union with Venice, 494; Carleton to support interests in France, 498, 509.
-, sends to Saxony to mediate with emperor, 519; complaint of Charles, 521, 522, 534, 548; Dorset blames, 528.
-, defeat at Lutter, 530, 547, 548; Anstruther urges help for, 534, 535; support to Gabor, 540, 549, 577.
-, expected to make terms with emperor, 545; letters to Charles, 555, 567; Anholt pursues, 556.
-, Charles writes to, 558, 567; Mme. de la Tremouille wants son to serve, 560.
-, Rosencranz informs, talk of diversion by Venice and Savoy an imposture, 568.
-, Spaniards would like to see emperor come to terms with, 573; Dutch anxious about, 581.
-, threatens to make peace with emperor, 583, 589; betrayed by England, 584, 585; Tilly suggests terms of peace to, 585.
-, temptations of peace for, 586; ships of, seized in Elbe, 587; Carleton appeals to Dutch for, 588.

Christian, son of Christian IV of Denmark:
-, proposed marriage to Infanta of Savoy, 227, 240, 242.

Christian I, Duke of Anhalt Bernburg:
-, tries to get Denmark to come to terms, 446.

Christian, Duke of Luneburg, Lunenburg, Linimburg, Lunaburg:
-, resigns leadership of Circle of Lower Saxony, 38.
-, declares for emperor, 185; defeat of, 460; dependant of Cæsar, 467.

Christian, William, of Brandenburg, Administrator of Magdeburg, Archbishop of Maetalaburgh:
-, supplies force to Denmark, 342; Saxony urges to make peace with emperor, 589.

Christian of Brunswick Wolfenbuttel, Bishop of Halberstadt, Alberstadt, Alberstat:
-, sends respects to Charles, 34; Mansfelt complains of, 140.
-, in duchy of Brunswick, 215; reported success, 299.
-, gets rid of brother's bad ministers, 342; near Fuldem, 434; death, 458, 467.
-, death fortunate for Austrians, 475; command of force given to Weimar, 488.

Christina of France, Princess of Piedmont, Madame, 225, 537.
-, Marquise de St. Georges, governess of, 144n; Wake calls on, 184; Henrietta to correspond with as sister, 200, 240.
-, Bouillon treats with, 491.

Christopher, Prince of Baden Durlach:
-, to raise force of German foot, 501.

Chur, Coire, Grisons, Switzerland:
-, Wake asks for escort to, 121; Louis to give to Austria, 160.
-, Pittag, Pitach, at, 590; Wake appeals to, 152, 159, 182; reply to Wake, 171, 172.

Church, the English, Anglican Church:
-, parliament imposes oath recognising king as supreme head of, 107.

Ciarlas, il. See Shirley.

cinnamon:
-, reduction of duty on, 413, 551.

cipher, Venetian, 372, 588.
-, changed, 6.

Citta [? Alpes Maritimes, France]:
-, to be free port, 407.

Clanrickard, Earl of. See De Burgh.

Clare, Sir Richard:
-, absent from Court, 416.

Clare, Earl of. See Holles, John.

Clarke, Edward:
-, has to ask pardon of parliament for defending Buckingham, 142, 143.
-, groom of the Bedchamber:
-, sent to France, 545, 546; confers with Chevreuse, 575.

clergy, English:
-, subsidy from, 20; Commons view of duties, 107.
-, -, French:
-, quarrels with parliament, 382.

Cleveland, Earl of. See Wentworth, Thomas.

Cleves [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire]:
-, league to secure Brandenburg in, 58; Mansfelt to invade, 83, 95.
-, Mansfelt to join Danish army near, 109; Tilly advances to, 128.
-, Brandenburg asks for support of Charles in, 168; Venetian ambassadors at, 443.

Clinton, Theophilus, Earl of Lincoln:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 4.

cloth, 280, 398, 447, 564.
-, Charles presents to Pesaro for mourning, 53, 56.
-, English have rich stock at Hamburg, 364; for East Indies, 407; English ships take to Leghorn, 422.
-, exported to Levant islands, 454; might be bartered for silk, 502; Roe has trouble with Bosnians over, 542; English mart for, at Delft, 611.
-, kerseys, 280.
-, silk, 369.

cloves:
-, reduction of duty on, 413, 550; English ships take to Leghorn, 422.

coal:
-, Dunkirkers damage industry, 387.

Coen, Cuch, John Pieterson:
-, recalled by Dutch, 38.

Coeuvres, Marquis of. See Estrées.

Coiffier, de Ruzé, Antoine, Marquis of Effiat, Fiat, French ambassador in England, 13.
-, receives money to pay ships, 6; sees king secretly, 17; remonstrates about ships, 19, 51, 76.
-, Louis wishes to prevent return, 20; receives Order of Holy Ghost, 25, 29.
-, Neuburg sends letters to, 52; at James's funeral, 53; doubt about attending funeral, 54.
-, causes difficulty by changing mind, 55, 56, 114.
-, Buckingham makes proposals to, 59; attitude of Catholics, 62; duplicity about funeral incident, 64.
-, thinks Buckingham will have difficulties, 70; supports Neuburg, 71; can do nothing for Neuburg, 75.
-, Pesaro to speak to about Pasini, 77; audience about marriage, 98.
-, contract published in presence of, 99; Order of Holy Ghost conferred on, 100.
-, Venice thinks will decide employment of fleet, 103; Rusdorf appeals to, against diet, 105; memorial of Palatine to, 106.
-, progress of negotiations, 106; 107, 118; understands English want league, 110.
-, funeral incident, fault of, 116, 128, 152; at Richmond, 122; incensed with Buckingham over queen's household, 129.
-, to return to France about borrowed ships, 132; Jesuit and priests pardoned at instance of, 143.
-, report upon English ships for France, 157; Buckingham objects that Pesaro did not complain to, about funeral incident, 162.
-, encourages English hopes of getting way with Louis, 222; agreement with Buckingham about ships, 406.
-, may be chosen Intendant of Finances, 447.

Coire. See Chur.

Coke, Couch, Clement, son of Sir Edward:
-, bold speech against government, 366; king complains of, ib.; parliament absolves, 379; remark of, 385; confined to house, 535.
-, -, Coke, Cuch, Sir Edward:
-, Charles tries to exclude from parliament by pricking as sheriff, 311, 334; no decision about, 344; not to serve, 351.
-, -, Cuck, Cook, Scuch, Sir John, Master of Requests:
-, explains to parliament need for help for war, 142.
-, Secretary of State, 168, 348, 362, 394.
-, all letters of week taken to, 245; detained Pesaro's letters, 254; ordered to release Venetian goods, 277.
-, seizes papers of Faith, 292; sends Pesaro some of papers, 297; Pesaro deals with about Faith, 324.
-, Pesaro treats with on French affairs and reprisals, 339, 340; Pesaro tells decision about Gabor, 340.
-, speaks of affairs of France and Germany, 341; doubts constancy of French, says Gabor favourable, 349.
-, says fleet provisions going forward, 350; proposes tax on coal, 352; claims goods on Faith as Spanish, 353.
-, representations to parliament to obtain supply, 380; attempt to unseat, 381.
-, speaks against French, 381, 391; at Council meeting about trade with Spain, 399.

Colico [Prov. Como, Italy]:
-, Cœuvres going against papal forces at, 379.

Coligny, Gaspar de, Count of Chatillon:
-, Louis ready to make promise to, 14.

Collalto, Count Rainbold von:
-, visit to Eggenburg, 37; goes to defend Lorraine, 187.

Cologne [German Empire]:
-, Venetian ambassadors at, 443.
-, archbishop elector of. See Ferdinand of Bavaria.

Colvill, Duncan:
-, information of, 89n.

Comasco, the, Italy:
-, Pappenheim sick in, 224.

commissioners to control king's expenses, 499.
-, to treat with Bassompierre, 582, 591.
-, to treat with Quad, 595.
-, - See also ambassadors.

Commons, House of, Lower House, 504, 537.
-, deals with own constitution, 63, 335; regulation of postponed until opening, 70; claims that it belongs to supreme authority to ordain and to clergy to carry out, 107.
-, convinced Buckingham means to tire them out, 142; not bound by king's order about sheriffs, 311.
-, interests of discussed, 344; concerned about reprisals, 351; encouraged by decision of Lords about proxies, 352.
-, Buckingham asked to render account to, about St. Peter, 357; will demand Buckingham's trial by Lords, 358.
-, Levant Co., petition about Roe's successor, 367n; absolves Clement Coke, 379.
-, blames Buckingham for grievances and calls on him to answer, 380, 384.
-, reply to king's letter, 384; Charles rates, 385; objects to Lords dealing with supply, 387.
-, papers about Bristol submitted to, 396; Charles sends ultimatum to, 399.
-, George Digby's appeal to, 415; act against Buckingham, 416; Carleton assures ships lent to France will be restored, 417.
-, stirred at imprisonment of members, 431, 432; want Buckingham confined, 432.
-, insist on Eliot's release, 440; objections to Buckingham's appointments, punish Savile and More, 449.
-, king orders to resolve on subsidies, deliberate on reply, 452, 603; draws up remontrances, 453.
-, persistent attacks on Buckingham, 458; accusations against Buckingham, 600.
-, all authority rests with, 600, 601; obtains release of Eliot and Digges, 602.
-, Speaker of. See Finch, Sir Heneage.

Como, Italy, 423, 591.

Compiègne [Oise, France]:
-, Louis takes leave of queens at, 77, 81, 91.

Condé, Prince of. See Bourbon-Condé, Henry II of.
-, -, Princes of. See Bourbon-Condé, Charlotte Margaret of.

Conouel, Conovel. See Conway.

Constable of France. See Bonne.

Constance [Baden, German Empire]:
-, Spaniards near, 159.

Constantinople, Turkey, 5, 37, 138, 267, 276, 295, 348, 365, 394, 434, 450, 470, 471, 496, 511, 541.
-, news from, 186, 336, 510, 535, 544, 556, 561, 591.
-, Venetian instructions to representatives at, 8, 169, 221, 266, 408, 495.
-, mission of Montealbano to, 103, 109; peace with emperor announced at, 132.
-, plague at, 109.
-, goods brought to, which used to go to Aleppo, 280; Conway mutilates sense of orders sent to, 323.
-, Spanish negotiations broken off at, 340; English cloth for, 422.
-, representations at about Spanish intrigues, 492; question of consulage referred to, 524.
-, Quad wants embassy sent to, 568.

consulage:
-, dispute at Aleppo about, 173–175, 187, 224, 254, 256, 277, 281, 307, 315, 524; Roe argues with bailo about, 196, 197; Venice resists English claims to, 210, 211, 221; Roe appeals to Caimecan, 216; Roe reports to Wake, 216, 217; Venice remonstrates about, 218, 220, 221, 260, 261, 266.
-, enquiry about, 286; English merchants attach importance to, 287; Pesaro sees king about, 295.
-, Pesaro presents paper about, 296; Roe ordered to be firm about, 388.
-, Flemish claims to, 437, 438.

Consuls. See Ambassadors.

Contarini, Alvise, Venetian ambassador in the Netherlands, 112, 195, 203, 250, 256, 306, 443.
-, despatches, 1, 8, 16, 24, 32, 38, 46, 61, 68, 69, 72, 73, 78, 85, 86, 95, 101, 110, 120, 126, 127, 132, 133, 135, 137, 145, 151, 154, 159, 164, 217, 225, 226, 233, 234, 240, 247, 248, 257, 262, 273, 281, 288, 313, 336, 347, 355, 362, 369, 375, 389, 394, 395, 402, 408, 420, 437, 444, 450, 457.
-, communications with Pesaro, 99, 359.
-, instructions to, 315, 370.
-, Charles speaks highly of, 18; money paid to, 31; offer condolences on death of Prince of Orange, 33.
-, ambassadors extraordinary to England call on, 85; to encourage Dutch, 87.
-, sends to meet Morton, 102; Mansfelt expresses wish to, to enter service of Venice, 133.
-, Zorzi to relieve, 144; consulted about neutrality of Goch, 145; arranges with Pesaro about exchange, 158; Pesaro eager for coming, 162; English ambassadors visit, 226.
-, English ask for help for Gabor, 247; reply, 248, 262, 265; asks Capt. Scott to return, 281; takes leave, 457; Relazione, 609–11.
-, Venetian ambassador to England, 439, 482, 493, 495, 522, 572.
-, despatches, 472, 496, 504, 511, 514, 519, 524, 526, 532, 539, 546, 547, 556, 558, 559, 564, 567, 573, 576, 578, 581, 583, 586, 591, 593.
-, instructions to, 519.
-, vote for, 102; to replace Pesaro soon, 307, 379, 394; instructions from Senate, 371–373, 492; letters of credence, 374; Rossi to remain till arrives, 395; secretary for, 414.
-, detained by weather, 472, 496; passage to England, 504, 505; at Gravesend, 505, 509.
-, public entry, 511, 524; first audience, 524, 525; pays respects to queen, 525; sees Buckingham, 526.
-, interviews with Joachim, 533; with Rosencranz, 534; with Bassompierre, 565, 573, 574.
-, tries to induce Mme. de la Tremouille to mediate in royal quarrel, 574.
-, interviews with Buckingham, 574; treats of ships seized by Dutch, 578; Rosencranz confers with, 584, 585.
-, sees Joachim, 585; puts everything into cipher, 588; vote to, for couriers, 591.
-, Secretary of. See Agostino.
-, -, Andrea, Savio alla Mercanzia, 356, 413, 455, 552.
-, -, Anzolo, Angelo, Venetian ambassador extraordinary to England, 445, 457, 493, 497, 530.
-, selected in place of Erizzo, 67, 134, 181; coadjutor selected for, 134, 135.
-, waiting because of plague, 152.
-, to enter senate but not to ballot, 172.
-, permission to approach Spanish ambassador for safe conduct, 236; instructions, 375–7.
-, Gattinonio to serve, 390; escort for, 400, 401; journey, 409, 423, 434; at Hague, 443; detained by weather, 453.
-, despatches to the Senate, 409, 423, 434, 443, 444, 454, 460, 461, 465, 466, 468, 474, 476, 479, 485–87, 509, 522, 537.
-, despatch to the Council of Ten, 481.
-, reach England, 454, 460; conducted to London, 461; king sends bucks to, 461, 466; first audience, 465; second audience, 474–6.
-, entertains Buckingham and Carlisle, discussion, 466–8; interviews with Buckingham, 476, 477, 481, 482, 486, 487.
-, king entertains, 481; takes leave, 485, 486; interviews with Rosencranz, 487, 488; journey back, 509, 522, 537.
-, passport for, 517; author of Relazione, 597n.
-, -, Luigi, 425.
-, -, Piero, Venetian ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 8, 84, 126, 239, 368, 510.
-, Marini informs about Cupella, 338.
-, -, Simon, Venetian ambassador at Constantinople, 521.
-, despatches, 23, 42, 43, 92.
-, condoles with Roe on death of James, 92; tells ambassadors of Spanish negotiations for truce, 109; Roe to support, 138.
-, -, -, Venetian ambassador in France, 373, 421, 533.
-, instructions to, 501.
-, despatches, 272, 288, 289, 303, 305, 331, 337, 338, 346, 347, 354, 361, 368–370, 374, 375, 378, 400, 410, 434, 473, 483, 493, 509, 516, 530, 535, 544, 561, 570, 571, 579, 581, 588.
-, reception by king, 288; tries to soothe Richelieu, 289; calls on English ambassadors, 303.
-, English ambassadors return visit, 305; calls on nuncio, 331; interview with Schomberg, 361, 362.
-, Holland and Carleton take farewell of, 370, 371; two visits to English ambassadors, 374, 375.
-, peace articles refused to, 436; reports interview with Scaglia, 473.
-, efforts to reconcile England and France, 536.

Conti, Torquato, commands papal troops, 478.

Conway, Conouel, Conovel, Edward, Lord, Secretary of State, 64, 199, 292, 348, 362, 375, 394, 429, 453, 499.
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 5; discusses affairs with Pesaro, 5, 6, 30, 148, 149.
-, to act as Viceroy of Ireland, 13; says Wake to go to Swiss, 18; commissioner to arrange household, 21.
-, remarks on wheat trade in Levant, 49, 50; tells Pesaro of king's preparations, 50.
-, funeral incident referred to, 54, 74; letter to Pesaro about incident, 55; Pesaro's reply to, 56.
-, retort to Bruneau, 76; Barocino confers with, 93; reads marriage contract, 99.
-, commissioner to treat with Dutch ambassadors, 104; parliament consider failures due to advice of, 107.
-, letter to Wake, 113, 114; Pesaro sees about funeral incident, 115, 116, 127; remarks on situation, 117, 138, 139; says they will satisfy Pesaro, 168.
-, representations to parliament, 142; parliament threatens, 143.
-, Wake says he has not heard from, about funeral incident, 152; to approach king again about funeral, 158.
-, says attack will be made on Indies, 165; says would like France to annex Artois, 166.
-, slow and neglectful, 169; Wake does not hear from, 178, 181.
-, promises Lewkenor's punishment, 186; at Council about Conway, 193.
-, letter of mayor and aldermen of Newcastle to, 213n; opinion about Blainville's negotiations, 221.
-, thinks things look very suspicious in France, 222; says designs against Rochellese taking shape, 251.
-, sends Pesaro report of Cadiz attack, 253; hints money may be wanted from Venice, 254.
-, Pesaro speaks to about consulage, 267, 286, 287, 296, 307, 308, 323; Blainville's retort to, 268.
-, commissioner to treat with Scaglia, 284; Palatine writes to about sending to diet, 299.
-, says extermination of Huguenots intended, 300; to tell Pesaro about Gabor, 301.
-, interview with Pesaro on foreign affairs, 308, 309; Pesaro treats with, about Faith, 309, 324.
-, gives no reply about consulage, 315; told about Ricaut, 316n; Scaglia writes to, 320.
-, sent to remonstrate with Blainville, 327; ill, 339; appeal for Tesson, 353.
-, manages affairs of Council of War with parliament, 358; speaks in Lords about Dunkirkers, 387.
-, packet for Turin, 392n; at Council about trade with Spain, 399; Bristol accuses, 415.
-, letter of Wake to, 477, 478; dines with Venetian ambassadors and talks of affairs, 486.
-, reads order for departure of French attendants, 514; speaks to Rosencranz about sending troops, 559.
-, asks Bassompierre to send away Father Sancy, 573.
-, does not answer straight about negotiations with Spain, 586; entirely bound to Buckingham, 595.
-, agent of. See Vic, Henry de.

Cook. See Coke.

Corbellone:
-, at Riva, 83.

cordage. See rope.

Cordova, Gonzales de:
-, negotiations with Cœuvres, 590.

Corfu, island of, 492n.
-, ships with grain to be taken to, 31; money remitted to, 377.
-, trade at, 412.
-, despatches dated at, 377.
-, Proveditore of. See Caotorta.

Coriolanus:
-, Buckingham may play part of, 603, 604.

Cork, co. Cork, Ireland:
-, disturbances at, 587n.

Cormans, Isaac, the Jew Isaac Cormano, 233.
-, negotiations at Naples for truce with Turks, 109.
-, imprisoned at Naples as spy, 279.

Cornaro, Corner, Cornelio, Giovanni, Doge of Venice, 437.
-, letter of Charles to, 1; receives Tecknau, 7; replies to Wake, 15, 26, 42, 80, 115.
-, last messages of James to, 41.
-, reply to d'Aligre, 74; replies to Berck, 95, 96, 203, 306.
-, Charles would like Venetian ambassadors to attend, 152.
-, replies to Wake's secretary, 171, 178, 179, 217.
-, thanks Benavides for relation about Cadiz, 322; reply to Scarnafis, 422, 423.
-, letter of Charles to, 530, 531.
-, -, Zorzi, Savio alla Mercanzia, 505.

Cornwall, county of, 63, 157.
-, pirate raid in, 149.

coronation of Charles I, 347.
-, festivities for, 31; parliament to carry out, 35.
-, deferred to September, 51; public celebrations postponed until, 87.
-, Scots demand in Scotland, 90; money granted by Scots for, 237.
-, announced for February, 271; French scruples about, 276; date fixed, 278, 294.
-, Bishop of Mandé went to settle differences about, 283; ministers busy over, 315.
-, ceremony of, 320, 321; earls created to celebrate, 326; money issued for, 359.
-, in Scotland, 395.
-, Pesaro's expenses for, 433; Charles gives up procession for, 464.

coronation of queen:
-, question of, 311.

Correr, —, Savio of the Collegio:
-, calls on Wake, 37, 39.
-, -, Marc Antonio, ambassador extraordinary to England, 445, 457, 493, 497, 580, 597n.
-, appointed, 45; vote for expenses, 67; coadjutor for, 135; waiting because of plague, 152.
-, admitted to Senate, but not to vote, 172; passport for through Flanders, 236.
-, instructions, 375–7; escort for, 400, 401; journey, 409, 423, 434; at Hague, 443; detained by weather, 453.
-, king sends bucks to, 461, 466.
-, reaches England, 454, 460; conducted to London, 461; first audience, 465; entertains Buckingham and Carlisle, discussion with, 466–8.
-, second audience, 474–6; interviews with Buckingham, 476, 477, 481, 482, 486, 487; Charles decides to entertain, 481.
-, despatches to the Senate, 409, 423, 434, 443, 444, 454, 460, 461, 465, 466, 468, 474, 476, 479, 485, 486, 487, 509, 522, 537.
-, despatch to the Council of Ten, 481.
-, takes leave, 485, 486; interview with Rosencranz, 487, 488; journey back, 509, 522, 537.
-, passport for, 517.

Corsairs. See pirates.

Corsica, island of:
-, Genoese send to for boats, 194, 195; talk of English fleet surprising, 201; Genoese uneasy about, 224; warned against English fleet, 246.
-, Charles tempted by, 292; proposal to sack, 428.

Corunna [Prov. Galicia, Spain], 589.
-, proposed landing at, 9.

Cossacks, 472, 491.
-, employed against Palatine, 34; damage Sultan, 182; urged to harass Turks, 220, 246.
-, Poland to restrain, 280; prevented from entering empire, 405.

Cottimo, Venetian duty, 309.
-, Simes appeals against, 179, 236; English merchants pay for goods brought on Venetian ships, 187, 286.
-, none on goods from West of England and Amsterdam, 355.
-, di Damasco, 363.

Cottington, Sir Francis:
-, may be made secretary of state, 13.

Cotton, Sir Allen, Lord Mayor of London:
-, ordered to keep men and arms ready, 499; asked to keep squadron of ships, 516; refuses loan, 558; helps to find house for Bassompierre, 560.
-, -, Sir Dropmore:
-, sent by Charles to Persia, 399.
-, English ambassador to Persia, 406, 408.
-, authority granted to, 407.

Couch. See Coke.

Council, the Privy, 165, 465, 488.
-, (1625):
-, meet at Charles's accession, 2; proclamation of Charles, 4; meet without king, 11.
-, discuss French marriage, 11, 12; discuss finances, 12.
-, Charles adds to, 12; 13; Arundel's proposals to, 21, 602; Charles wants things discussed in presence at, 27.
-, decree on currants, 30.
-, Holland admitted of, 141; king deliberates reply to parliament in, 143.
-, Charles consults about dissolving parliament, 147; discuss equipment of fleet, 148.
-, ordered to go to Southampton, 149; tell Pesaro he shall be satisfied about funeral incident, 168.
-, cling to idea of league with France, 185; proceedings against Lewkenor, 192, 193.
-, answer to Blainville about Soubise, 198; Blainville told all to be informed of requests, 212.
-, held about Ireland, 237; reply to Blainville about Catholics, 244.
-, (1626):
-, Conway will report to about consulage, 267; decide to send ambassadors to France, 274.
-, decision to restore Lewkenor upon apology, 290; detain king in London, 294.
-, decision about consulage left to, 295; Pesaro presents paper on consulage to, 296.
-, approve of present to Queen of Bohemia, 298; decision to help Rochelle, 302.
-, consulage affair discussed in, 307, 323; letter of Roe to, about Richaut, 316n.
-, held about French negotiations, 317, 325; commission of, for coronation ceremonies, 320.
-, Buckingham hopes to settle reprisals dispute by, 341; Buckingham gets to meet mayor and aldermen of London about defence of coast, 344.
-, attack at French embassy referred to, 361; question of Rochelle referred to, 364.
-, examine Cecil, 365; Levant Co. appeals to against Phillips, 367; orders arrest of mayor of Faversham and pursuivants, 383; paper against Wimbledon laid before, 386.
-, Arundel excluded from, 390; call on Count of St. Maurice, 392; king confers with about Arundel, 396.
-, Prodromus Vindictae consigned to, 416; send to enquire about arrival of ships lent to France, 418.
-, consider report of Spanish designs on Ireland, 448; meet constantly about invasion and raising money, 468.
-, Charles tells of leakage of money from recusants, 480; members dine with Venetian ambassadors, 486.
-, edified by what Venice has done, 487; Bridgewater admitted to, 495; Charles speaks to about barbarity to Catholics, 499.
-, king decides in, to remove queen's French attendants, 506, 514, 547; Buckingham hopes to gather all his dependents in, 512.
-, order sale of Crown property, 521; send Montagu to France, 527; take opinion of merchants about coinage, 534.
-, decide Carleton's recall, 546; discussions about helping Denmark, 548, 558; Denmark writes to, 567.
-, commissioners from, to treat with Bassompierre, 584, 591; no authority, 585; nothing said in about negotiations with Spain, 592.
-, efforts to raise money, 594; want Joachim to resort to violence about seizure of Dutch ships, 596; controlled by Buckingham and creatures, 603.
-, clerk to. See Dickenson, John.
-, Lord President of. See Montagu, Henry.
-, secretary to. See Becher, Sir William.

Council of Scotland:
-, ordered to come to Court, 237; arrives at Court, 278; Scotland suffers from absence, 299.
-, Buckingham puts himself in, 311; returns to Scotland, 335; orders parliament to meet, 499.

Council of War:
-, Mansell says did not know plans and preparations, 146; parliament enquires about, 352.
-, to render account to parliament, 358; confused reply to parliament, 366.
-, decides to send out forty ships, 441; Buckingham made president of, 449; meets constantly, 463.
-, for Scotland, 386.

Coure. See Estrèes Francis Hannibal, Marquis of Cœuvres.

couriers, money voted for, 591.

Coventy, co. Warwick:
-, Coke elected burgess of, 344n

Coventry, Sir Thomas, the Lord Keeper:
-, seals given to, 238; announces pardon to criminals at coronation, 320.
-, speech at opening of parliament, 324; says Arundel arrested for reasons not touching parliament, 367.
-, rates the Commons, 385; takes order to Bristol not to attend parliament, 396.
-, at Council about trade with Spain, 399; rebuke to Bristol, 415.
-, announces dissolution, 452, 453; in danger for advising against dissolution, 462.

Craig, John, physician to James I and Charles I:
-, confined to house, 416.

Cranfield, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, late Treasurer:
-, excluded from Council, 12; house at Chelsea given to Buckingham, 53.
-, Buckingham tries to make treasurer again, 537; allowed to appear at Court, 539.

Crema [Prov. Cremona, Italy]:
-, Podestà of, 120.

Crescentino [Prov. Novara, Italy]:
-, Feria goes to attack, 132, 187, 188; Savoy at, 159.

Crete, Candia, island of, 455.
-, precautions against pirates, 65; trade at, 412.
-, revenues sent to, 438; pirates propose to sack, 470.
-, wine of, 454.

Crichi, M. de. See Blanchefort de Crequy.

Crofts, Sir William:
-, absent from Court, 416.

Crow, Mr..
-, to arrange for pawning English jewels, 288n.

Crown lands:
-, sale of, 521.

Cuch, Cuck. See Coen; Coke.

Cupella, Don Christoforo di, Englishman, spy at Naples, 338.

currants, raisins, 353, 470, 485, 563.
-, Pesaro asks for orders about, 30; taken by ships bringing wheat, 16, 31; English trade in, at Zante, 273, 313, 377, 412, 518.
-, not to be exported except against deposit, 438; regulations for duty on, 445.
-, new impost on, 454; low price of, 455.

Cusein Effendi, Cadelischier of Greece:
-, ambassadors see about peace with emperor, 502.

customs:
-, question of farming out, 336; should be devoted to keeping sea free from enemies, 344; farmed out, 364.

Cyprus, island of:
-, news from, 164.
-, Venetian merchant hires English ship for, 174.



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