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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 1: 1202-1509 (1864), pp. 361-364. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=94121 Date accessed: 15 September 2014.


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Earthenware plates, 130.

Edinburgh, in the hands of the English, 483.

-, letters dated at, 568, 604, 628, 774.

Edward the Confessor, King of England, his tomb in Westminster Abbey, 465.

Edward II., King of England, 20.

-, Duke of Aquitaine, 19.

-, -, Venetian mission to, 9 (“Edw. III.” by mistake), 17.

-, -, his agreement with Venice, 18.

-, -, release to the Venetians, 19.

Edward III., King of England, 29, 35, 36, 734 (note).

-, -, his ambr. to Venice, 25.

-, -, his relations with France, 25.

-, -, his safeconducts to Venetian galleys, 33, 39, 40, 52, 53.

-, -, his demands from Venice, 43.

-, -, Venetian ambrs. to, 41, 42, 43.

Edward III., proposed embassy to, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51.

-, -, letters from, 41, 42.

Edward, Prince, Duke of York, Earl of March, chosen King and called Edward IV., 370, 371, 377.

-, IV., King of England, 367, 379, 380, 122, 425, 436, 440, 441, 461, 488.

-, -, loans to, from foreign merchants, 335.

-, -, defeats the Lancastrians at Pontefract, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 376.

-, -, assembles the prelates, 375.

-, -, about to march to Wales, against King Henry VI, 384.

-, -, Lancastrian lords tender obedience to, 385.

-, -, proposed treaty with the King of France, 386;

Earl of Warwick going to conclude it, 404;

but is unable to do so, 408.

-, -, his marriage with the daughter of Lord de Rivers, 395. See Elizabeth.

-, -, presents from the Venetian Signory to, 396.

-, -, agrees with France to make war on Burgundy, 404.

-, -, at war with Warwick, 408, 423;

raises forces against him, 421.

-, -, the Welsh take up arms against, 408.

-, -, his league with Castile, 408.

-, -, levies a tax for war against France, 414.

-, -, receives the order of the Fleece from the Luke of Burgundy, 421.

-, -, on good terms with Warwick, 426.

-, -, finally subdues the Lancastrians, 431.

-, -, mustering an army for invasion of France, 434, 437.

-, -, causes Henry VI. to be secretly put to death, 434.

-, -, rebels against, supported by France and Scotland, 437.

-, -, enters France;

peace made at Senlis, 446;

which displeases thy Duke of Burgundy, 449.

-, -, one of his daughters to be married to the Dauphin. 446.

-, -, returns from France, 449.

-, -, the Pope wishes to refer the Italian war to his arbitration, 466, 467, 468, 469.

-, -, one of his daughters to be married to the Duke of Burgundy, 472.

-, -, -, to the eldest son of the Scotch King, 475.

-, -, prohibits exportation of wool to Venice, 480.

-, -, sends his brother, the Duke of Gloucester, with an army into Scotland, 483.

Edward IV., letters from, to the Pope, 438, 451, 452, 465, 474, 475, 478, 483.

-, -, other letters from, 448, 482.

-, -, letters to, 381, 397, 467, 479.

-, -, his death, 484.

-, -, his brothers. See Clarence;

Gloucester.

-, -, his brother-in-law. See Scales, Lord.

-, -, his eldest daughter married to Henry VII., 506. See Elizabeth.

-, -, his daughter. See Anne, Lady.

-, -, his sister. See Margaret.

-, -, his eldest son. See Edward, Prince of Wales.

-, -, pretended son of. See Warbeck, Perkin.

Edward, Prince of Wales, son of King Henry VI., 370, 371, 372, 374, 375.

-, -, -, in Lorraine, 405.

-, -, -, put to death, 434.

Edward, Prince of Wales, son of King Edward IV, his proposed marriage with the daughter of the Duke of Britanny, 472.

-, V., King of England, son of Edward IV., Venetian ambassador to, 484, 485.

Egle (Aquila), in Lincolnshire, bailiff of, ambassador from Rhodes to England, 912, 913.

Egmond, Floris d'. See Isselstein.

Egremont, Lord, English ambassador to the King of the Romans, for including Henry VII. in the Holy League, 661, 663, 664, 665, 666, 668, 672, 679, 690.

Egypt, Venetian merchants in, 397.

-, Soldan of, Abousaid Khoschkadam, 397.

Elecher, Dom. Georgio, privy councillor of the King of the Komans, 669.

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of Edward IV., daughter of Lord de Rivers, 395.

-, -, -, her brother, Lord Scales, 454.

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of Henry VII., daughter of Edward IV., Duchess of York, 506, 532, 553, 725, 741, 753, 756, 763, 765.

-, -, -, her mother, 553.

-, -, -, her sister, Lady Anne, 572, 603.

-, -, -, -, Lady Katharine, 572.

-, -, -, death of, 833, 834.

Ellis, Thomas, marshal of the English company in Italy, 91.

Elphin, Bp. of, Nicholas O'Flanagan, letters from, 372, 373.

Ely, Bp. of, John Morton, 509.

-, -, -, made Archbishop of Canterbury, 513, 514. See Canterbury.

-, -, John Alcock, translated from Worcester, 514. See Worcester.

Emanuel, Don John. See Manuel.

Emanuel, Don. See Portugal, King of.

Emo, Piero, 38. See Aimo.

Emperor, the. See Germany.

England, 2, 9, 10, 11, 22, 25, 43, 47, 54, 99, 273, 300, 363, 367, 379, 380, 381, 385, 421, 423, 425, 426, 434, 437, 448, 465, 486, 505, 508, 542, 561, 564, 568, 597, 616, 642, 644, 647, 652, 665, 674, 694, 697, 699, 743, 744, 747, 766 a, 786, 796, 804, 805, 811, 864, 866, 867, 869, 880, 884, 916, 935, 937.

-, disturbances in, caused by Jack Cade, 298.

-, jubilee in, 551.

-, brief for publishing indulgences in, 744, 745.

-, commercial disputes with Flanders, 776, 846, 848, 849, 850, 855, 860.

-, ambassadors from and to. See Ambassadors.

-, archers of, taken into the service of Venice, 248.

-, clergy of, 357, 358, 360, 441, 475, 520, 550, 735, 743, 890.

-, cloths, wools, &c, of. See Cloths, Wools, &c.

-, collector of Peter's pence in, 174, 614. See Giglis, Sir John de;

Castellesi, Adrian.

-, flag of, 752.

-, hackneys of, 385.

-, heretics in, 799.

-, hobbies of, 826.

-, hounds of, 947.

-, Kings of. See Edward II., III., IV., V.;

Richard II., III.;

Henry IV., V., VI., VII., VIII.

-, lords of, 359, 385, 395, 414, 422, 487, 488, 550, 572, 789.

-, -, presents from Venice to, 172, 184, 186, 227. See London.

-, -, dissensions among (Wars of the Roses), 327, 360, 362, 366, 367, 370, 372, 373, 375, 376, 377, 378, 380, 384, 421.

-, -, their envoy to the Pope, 358.

-, mariners of, capture a Spanish ship, 509.

-, merchandise of, conveyed into the Levant, 348.

-, Parliament, of. See Parliament.

-, people of, favourable to “White Rose,” 861.

-, plague in, 236.

-, ports of, 47 (note).

-, Prior of. See St. John's of Jerusalem.

-, protector of, at Rome, Cardinal Sienna, 620.

-, Queen of. See Anne;

Elizabeth.

-, ships of, 11, 218, 550.

-, -, in the Channel, 147.

-, -, loaded with spices, &c, 414.

-, -, attack Venetian ships, 547, 555.

-, -, trade with Candia, 609, 764.

-, -, chartered for Venice (A.D.1618), 742 (note).

-, -, troops of, 665, 770.

-, -, proposed capture of Trieste by, 38.

-, -, in the Venetian territory, 43. See English Company.

-, -, join the army of the Duke of Burgundy, 449.

-, -, in Britanny, 575, 580, 586, 590, 591.

-, -, defeat the Scotch, 754.

-, -, serving in an armada against the Turks, 809.

-, voyages of Venetian galleys to, 42, 52, 53, 96, 102, 104, 125, 137, 138, 142, 149, 153, 166, 169, 186, 225, 259, 263, 271, 278, 290, 292, 297, 302, 306, 307, 311, 312, 314, 316, 318, 319, 320, 324, 326, 327, 329, 331, 335, 339, 352, 355, 366, 393, 394, 412, 413, 440, 455, 464, 473, 481, 492, 512, 524, 544, 562, 606, 609, 627, 636, 637, 639, 646, 648, 649, 650, 670, 739, 742, 748, 758, 813, 814, 815, 829, 844, 847, 931, 939, 940, 945;

the galleys detained by Henry V. for his war against France, 207, 208, 214, 215, 216, 217;

by Henry VII. to transport troops to Calais, 621, 622, 623, 624;

attacked by an English fleet, 547, 555. See also London;

Sandwich;

Southampton.

-, Venetian consuls in, 224, 761, 836, See London.

-, -, merchants in, 18, 19, 25, 41, 118, 130, 155, 172, 215, 347, 425, 431, 436, 487, 493, 495, 546, 627, 741.

-, -, -, commissioned to treat with Henry VII. See Contarini, Piero;

Valllaresso, Luca.

-, -, -, concessions in favour of, 764.

-, news from, received at Venice, 735, 742, 746, 750, 753, 756, 757, 759, 760, 762, 763, 764, 765, 768, 782, 790, 822, 833, 834, 868, 871, 917, 931, 932, 933, 934, 938, 939, 943, 945.

English Company of S:. George in Italy, 56, et seqq.

-, -, captain of. See Hawkwood, Sir John.

-, -, constable general of. See Gold, William.

-, -, in the service of Venice against the Genoese, 90, 91, 93, 94.

-, -, some of them in the pay of Tuscany, 85.

-, -, offer their services to the Patriarch of Aquileia, 100, 101.

Englishman (Anglus), style used by Dukes of Milan. See Anglus.

Erizo, Andrea, 753.

Estense, Nicolò. See Ferrara, Marquis of. Etten (Aten), in Guelderland, 849.

Eu, town of, in England, 384.

Europe, the West of, merchandise conveyed to and from, 545, 739. See England;

Flanders.

Evreux, Bishop of, concludes peace between France and England, 446.

Exchange, bill of, 456.

-, bills of, mentioned, 114, 142, 155, 167, 1GS, 181, 184, 197, 269, 281, 295, 341, 413, 455, 527, 530, 553, 751 (note), 940.

-, protests of bills of, in London, 317, 321, 354, 391, 392, 400, 415, 420, 430, 439, 444, 450, 457, 458, 460, 477, 901, 946.

Exeter, Sir William Bastard of, 372.

-, attacked by Perkin Warbeck, 757.

-, Queen Juana of Castile at, 869.

-, Duke of, Thomas Beaufort, captures the Duke of Orleans at Agincourt, 771 (note).

-, -, Henry Holland, a Lancastrian, 371, 372, 374, 375.

-, Bishop of, George Nevill, Lord Chancellor, brother of the Earl of Warwick. 372, 373, 377.

-, -, -, -, his chaplain, Master Thomas, 367.

-, -, -, -, letter from, 371.

-, -, -, -, letter to, 376.

-, -, Richard Fox. See Fox.

-, Canon of, John Dunmowe, made Bishop of Limerick, 516. See also Limerick.



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