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'Index: B', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 13: 1613-1615 (1907), pp. 579-582. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=95913 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Baden, despatches dated from, 295.

-, Margrave of. See William.

Bagshot [co. Surrey], James at, 549.

Balançon, Baron de. See Rye, Claude de.

Balsamo, George, a Greek, 170.

Bamberg, bishop of. See Aschhausen, John Gottfried von.

Bara, a merchant, 478.

Barbarigo. Gregorio, 4, 12, 42, 54, 147, 247, 248, 403, 406.

-, - ambassador designate for England, 17, 32, 38, 49.

-, - expositions of, in the Cabinet, 10, 39, 40.

-, -, instructions to, 48, 197, 224, 247, 345, 536, 570.

-, -, informed of Carleton's proposed help, 209;

to act with Carleton's secretary, 243, 246, 247.

-, -, mission to Swiss and Grisons, 72, 77, 78, 83, 84, 87, 176;

excites suspicion at Milan, 142;

its long duration, 175, 227.

-, -, -, despatches of, 128, 172, 205, 209, 222, 228, 237, 242, 264, 271, 295, 324, 333, 355, 397, 427, 535, 547.

-, -, concludes league with Zurich, 133, 402;

praised in England, 144;

asks for recall of Muscorno 393;

length of embassy, 420, 473;

letter of Zurichers to, 535;

to proceed to England, 536, 546, 558.

-, -, letters of credence of, 537, 538.

Barbary, ships of. 117;

pirates of, 325,

Dutch arm against, 484.

Barcelona [Catalonia, Spain], 100, 118.

Barneveldt. See Olden Barneveldt.

Barriccio. See Barvitius.

Barvitius, Barriccio, Johannes, 137.

Barville, Baron of, 320.

Bas, Dirck, 259, 260.

Bavaria, suspended for the plague, 31;

representatives of, discontented with empire, 334.

-, princesses of, 65, 81.

-, duchess of, 83.

-, duke of. See Maximilian.

Bayonne [Basses Pyrénées, France], 333, 450, 508.

-, Royal princes to visit, 538.

Bayreut, marquis of. See Christian.

Bears, presented by James to Philip III, 196.

Beaulieu [co. Hants], 29.

-, James at, 31.

Bearn [France], disturbances in, 80, 161.

Bech, Bochi, John, captain of the 'Bona Speranza,' 58, 59.

Bedmar, Marquis of, Spanish Ambassador in Venice. See Cueva, Don Alfonso di.

Begles. Bogles, John, master of the Black Lion, 59.

Bellarmine, Robert, Cardinal, 29;

to answer Novissimus homo, 348, 355.

Belvoir Castle [co. Leicester], James at, 182n.

Bembo. Gerolamo, proveditore at Zante, 58, 145;

sends mensuali, 245;

sends remonstrance of syndics of Zante, 362;

despatches of, 423, 524.

Benevento, Count of, 397.

Benevolence granted to King, 139, 147

Benson, Erasmus, English merchant 58, 59.

Berchem. See Bergheim.

Beresford, Richard, English merchant, 58, 59, 145, 146, 245.

Berg, duchy of, 400;

reduced by Archduke's troops, 186;

restitution of, promised, 232, 233, 256, 308, 447;

provisions concerning disposal of, 257, 259, 264, 360, 399, 401, 417.

-, -, duke of. See John William, duke of Cleves, Juliers, and Berg.

Bergamo, 191, 347, 404, 450.

-, rectors of, 346.

Bergheim, Berchem [Juliers], Spinola proposes to take, 194.

Berlin, conference of princes at, 80.

Bermuda, island of, 25;

garrison strengthened, 98.

proposal to assist, 119.

Berne, 10, 173, 247, 248, 292, 324, 536.

-, anxious to enter Protestant union, 89.

-, negotiations with Savoy, 11, 333, 380, 394, 428.

-, Venetian relations with, 84, 128;

negotiations for a league with, 190, 197, 402, 406, 424;

concludes league with Venice, 433, 449.

-, despatches from, 128.

-, sends embassy to United Princes, 397;

grants pass to Savoy, 427.

-, James promises to write to, for Savoy, 454, 455;

letter sent to, 462;

James to arbitrate between Savoy and, 476.

-, letter from, to Carleton, 535.

-, conference with Savoy upon the Vaud, 566;

suspicious of Savoy, 567.

Bersel, blockade proclaimed, 120.

Berustio, Dr. Giovanni, 260.

Berwick on Tweed, state of fortifications of, 41.

Besser. See Bisseaux.

Best, Captain Thomas, 81.

Bethune, Maximilien de, duke of Sully, 370.

-, -, correspondence of, with Bouillon, 141;

confers with Condé, 143.

Biondi, Giovanni, Francesco, reputed author of libel on Foscarini, 494, 545;

away from England, 523;

Rizzardo tries to obtain book from, 534;

instructions to, 542, 543;

sent to France, 545;

news sent by, 570.

Bisseaux, Buisscaux, Besser, Seignour des. See Spifame, Samuel.

Bizerta [Tunis], 124.

-, English pirates frequent, 206.

-, piracy of six ships of, 552.

Black Sea, 13.

-, -, timber from, for ships, 50.

-, -, Turkish fleet increased from, 280.

Bleneo, M. de. See Courtenay Bleneau.

Blois [Loire et Cher, France], 101.

Bochi. See Bech.

Bocise. See Boissise.

Bogles. See Begles.

Boischat, Boischot, Ferdinand, ambassador of the Archduke Albert, in England, ambassador of Flanders, 2, 100, 288, 289, 295, 319, 361, 402, 500, 522.

-, -, audiences of, 275, 279, 297, 301, 343, 353, 359, 399, 422, 427, 434, 448, 499.

-, -, relations with Foscarini, 153, 494;

sees the King of Denmark, 180, 181;

professes desire for restitution of Wesel, etc., 225;

claims share in treaty of Xanten, 271;

stormy interview of before Council, 279, 301, 302;

has permission to leave, 389, 391;

interviews with Foscarini, 410;

interviews Sarmiento, 446;

departure of, 506, 507, 512;

offended with Foscarini, 513, 514;

Dutch desire dismissal of, 522;

blames Dutch, 565.

-, -, wire of, 506, 512.

-, -, -, leaves England, 565.

Boislorée, M. de, agent of the Princes and Huguenots in England, sent on mission to France, 549;

Desmaretz demands banishment of, 550;

returns to England, 553;

remains at Court, 557;

expected in London, 563;

returns to London, 570.

Boissise, Bocise, lord of. See Thumery, John de.

Bondimio, Piero, Proveditore of Candia, despatch of, 566.

Bonne, Francis de, duke of Lesdiguières, marshal of France, 40, 89, 174, 175, 211, 282, 304, 320, 366, 384, 393, 464, 489, 500, 501.

-, -, -, understanding of, with Savoy, 134, 136, 137, 213;

offers of to duke of Savoy, 199;

ordered to stop French from going to help Savoy, 204, 357;

explains difficulty of doing so, 217, 230;

commands troops to obey Colonel Alardo, 210;

urged to help Savoy, 281, 290, 292;

promises to help Savoy, 299, 335, 497;

negotiates with Savoy, 305, 322;

sends troops to Savoy, 368, 418;

value of, to Savoy, 398, 440;

queen asks, to disarm Savoy, 430;

urges Savoy to peace, 442, 452;

letter of, to Savoy, 456;

advises delay, 473;

wishes Savoy to enter Protestant league, 474;

suspicions about, 492;

advice of, to Savoy, 496;

to help Savoy if Spain breaks faith, 518;

Marini's suspicions of, 546;

news from, 570.

Bonnivet, Marquis of. See Goufier, Erricus Marcus de.

Books, regulation for licensing of, 197.

-, See Alloquia Occiciana;

Anatomia;

Declaration du Roy Jacques I. pour le Droit des Rois;

Ecclesiasticus;

Foscarini;

Antonio, Sayings and Doings of;

Novus homo;

Novissimus Homo.

Bordeaux [Gironde, France], royal marriage to take place at, 538;

Queen anxious to reach, 566.

Borghese, Cardinal. See Caffarelli-Borghese.

Borgia, Don Ignatio di, 334.

Boris, Robert, English merchant, 145.

Borselle, Dr., sent to Margrave of Brandenburg by Bouillon, 557.

Borte, W., 259, 260.

Bos, Don Carlo, letter of, 118.

Bostargi, Pasha, 452.

Bouillon, 570.

-, duke of. See Tour, Henry de la.

Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France], 549.

Bourbon, Caesar de, duke of Vendóme, 162.

-, -, -, leaves Court, 86, 89, 99;

king of Spain writes to, 109;

persuaded by Condé to return to Court, 142;

obstinacy of, 152.

-, Charles de, Anne widow of, the Countess of Soissons, good offices with the Queen Regent, 143.

Burbon-Condé, Prince of Condé, Henry II, 95, 132, 161, 213, 215, 299, 319.

-, -, in favour of English marriage, 5, 45, 152;

claims of, 86, 89, 107;

related to Maurice, 99.

-, -, letter of, to queenregent, 94, 101, 162;

Huguenots propose to present remonstrance to, 97;

queen to reply to, 101;

incited by Bouillon, 104;

treats with queen's deputies. 107, 112;

urged to peace by Philip III, 109;

demands of, granted, 113, 118;

incited by Savoy, 113, 117;

demands promise of postponement of marriages, 125;

takes up Courtenays, 136;

sends an envoy to James, 139, 140, 142;

plans of, 143;

at Châteauroux, 143, 157;

letter of James to, 175;

returns to Court, 221, 224, 225;

James writes to, in favour of Courtenay, 268, 269;

asked to help Savoy, 290, 292, 335;

negotiations of John of Nassau with, 349;

remonstrance of agents of, 287;

queen regent with, 358;

asked to accompany king to Bayonne, 508;

thanked by Venice, 536;

asked to accompany king. 538;

Biondi to go to, 542;

letter of, to king, 533, 557, 560, 561;

raises troops, 553;

advised by Parliament, 557;

goes to Sedan, 564;

offers of Huguenots to, 570;

sends message to James, 573.

Brabant, 25, 93, 257.

-, troops sent to Juliers from, 178.

Brancepeth, baron. See Carr, Robert.

Brandenburg, 205.

-, Elector of. See John Sigismund.

-, Eleceress of, 265, 267, 533.

-, Marquis of, prince of. See Ernest;

George William.

-, - See also Christian, marquis of Beyreut.

-, troops of, take Altona, 533.

-, ambassador of, in England. See Sticke, Christopher;

Winterfelt.

-, -, in France, 230, 239.

Breda [N. Brabant, Holland]. 277.

Bremen [Germany], plans against, 383.

Brent, Mr., 459n.

Brescia, Bressa [Italy], Rectors of, 346.

Bresse [Ain and Saone et Loire, France], 393.

Brie, Comte de, 284.

Brill [S. Holland, cautionary town], English troops from, to help Maurice, 229;

English garrison in, 497.

Bristol, ships at, 41.

Britanny, France, Vendòme retires to, 99.

Brogha, Cav. Cunardo, 174.

Brûlart, Nicholas, lord of Sillery, chancellor of France, 139, 143;

advocates peaceful policy in France, 112;

Courtenays advice of their claims, 136;

opposed by the Princes, 141, 553, 561, 563;

opposes Villeroi, 237n., 287;

speech of, at States General, 230;

James criticises, 571.

-, Noel, the Commandeur, 393, 403, 442, 501.

-, -, -, mission of to Spain, 309, 319, 349, 357, 363, 365, 370, 373, 384, 402, 412, 496;

instructions of, 343, 348;

reports favourably, 385;

audiences of, 387;

Lerma's complaints to, 399;

negotiations of, 425, 430;

opposed by the princes, 561.

-, -, Peter, viscount of Puisieux, M. de Puisieux, secretary of Mary de' Medici, 509n, 529.

-, -, -, -, letter of, 324.

-, de Genlis, Charles, prior of Léon in Britanny, called Brûlart de Leon, French ambassador in Venice, 55, 159, 402, 435, 462.

-, -, -, statement of, upon condition of France, 104;

speaks of English marriage, 108;

exposition of, in Cabinet, 197;

presents letter of M. de Vaucelas in Cabinet, 351;

claims French interests in Savoy dispute, 393;

instructions of, 423.

Brunswick, arrangement with its duke, 90.

Brunswick, duke of. See Frederick Ulric, duke of Brunswick Wolffen-bottel;

George, duke of Brunswick Luneburg;

Henry Julius, duke of Brunswick Wolffen-bottel.

-, agent of, at Hague, 533.

Brussels, 140, 222, 277, 280, 283, 287, 288, 316, 319, 333, 349, 360, 383, 389, 400, 401, 440.

-, Turkish envoy arrested near, 99, 111;

Reffugé sent to, 184;

conference of plenipotentiaries at, 228, 254, 324;

count of Hohenzollern at, 252, 415;

Spinola goes to, 564.

-, news from, 166, 178, 183, 241, 327, 334, 411.

-, letters from, 124, 126, 187, 202, 402, 463, 479, 500.

Buccari [Croatia, Austria], blockade proclaimed, 120.

Bucquoi count of. See Longueval.

Buisseaux. See Bisseaux.

Bull, in cona dominis. 106.

Bullion Claude, objected to by princes, 561.

Buonavia, ship of, taken, 155.

Burg, taken by Maurice, 205.

Burgos, 431, 463.

Burgundians, serving Spaniards, 180;

withdrawn from Spinola's army, 271.

Burlamachi, Philip, 292.

Buwin, B., chaussen of Walmerode, 259, 260.



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