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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 13: 1613-1615 (1907), pp. 582-591. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=95914 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Cadiz, Cales [Seville, Spain], 509n.

Cæsar, duke of Modena, mission sent by, to Tuscany, 213.

Cæsar. See Emperor.

Cæsar, Sir Julius, 470.

Caffarelli-Borghese, Scipio, Cardinal Borghese, 35, 164, 362, 413, 474, 508.

-, -, opinion of English help for Savoy, 241, 291.

Cairo [Egypt], 13.

-, merchants at, affected by carazo, 76;

expulsion of foreigners from, 105.

Caithness, Earl of. See Sinclair, George.

Calabria, Turks propose to ravage coast of, 79.

Calais [Pas de Calais, France], 28, 392, 549.

Calandrini, John, 292.

Calcar [in Cleves], Maurice takes, 208.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Calor, Count of, 453.

Caluso, Calus, Calusio, Marquis of, a prisoner, 291;

representations for good treatment of, 329, 331;

request not to deliver, to Mantua, 388.

Calvinists. build church at Prague, 99;

Catholics and Lutherans unite against in Dusseldorf, 113.

Cambrai, league of, 311.

Camerano [Piedmont, Italy], 453.

Camlac, M. de, 469.

Canada, French in, dispute of, with Virginia, 307, 328.

Canal, Dr. Carlo, 331.

Candia [Italy], Savoyards fail to surprise, 277.

Candia. See Crete.

Canea [Crete], 20, 125.

Canterbury, archbishop of. See Abbot, George.

Cantons, the five, proposals to join Protestant union, 84, 89.

-, - See also Swiss.

Capuchin friar, sermon of. at Venice. 93, 94.

-, - See Fedele, Fra.

Carazo exacted of Christian merchants, 75, 76, 79.

Cardel, dancer, recognises king of Denmark, 167n.

Cardenas, Don Inico de, Spanish Ambassador in France, 5, 19.

-, -, instructed to act against Savoy, 40;

remonstrates on English marriage, 114;

reports on French disorders, 117, 118;

lofty strain of, as regards Savoy, 368;

complains of French going to help Savoy, 380;

attends masque of Madame Elizabeth, 395;

reports French friendliness to Savoy, 463;

effect of offices of, 571.

Cardinal Duke. See Gonzaga, Ferdinand, duke of Mantua.

Cardinal Prince. See Maurice, prince of Savoy.

Carleton, Sir Dudley, 501.

-, - English Ambassador at Venice, 6, 16, 26, 36, 38, 39, 52, 56, 76, 93, 94n, 150, 154, 222, 346, 350, 374, 387, 407, 413, 414, 424, 428, 432, 435, 436, 437n., 438–441, 443, 452, 489, 492, 495, 509, 524, 529, 532, 540, 566.

-, -, Aldobrandini disclaims connection with, 168, 184.

-, -, views on foreign affairs, 10.

-, -, expositions of. 19, 33, 42, 68, 73, 78, 79, 81, 86, 127, 148, 151, 159, 173, 178, 190, 214–216, 243, 248, 253, 260, 284, 310, 331, 339, 554–556, 567.

-, -, proposed mission to Mantua, 42, 44, 47, 51.

-, -, confidential communications to, by Venetian Government, 9, 77.

-, - letters to, 68n., 133n., 139n., 267n., 276n., 296n.

-, -, letters of, 94n., 155n., 180n., 281, 282.

-, -, receives Widdrington's book, 126.

-, -, introduces Pescina into Cabinet, 149, 151, 157, 158, 165, 183.

-, -, asks favour for Morton, 170.

-, -, communications of Senate to, 177.

-, -, invited to shooting on the Lido, 180, 191.

-, -, communications of Senate to, 208, 246, 255.

-, -, recalled from Venice for a new appointment, 182, 190, 192;

takes leave in Cabinet, 213, 217.

-, -, offers services to further Venetian league with Swiss and Grisons, 190, 191, 208, 209, 214, 215, 217;

proposes secretary to take his place, 243, 247.

-, -, entertained in Friuli, 205;

and at Udine, 206.

-, -, asks favour for Furieti, 206, 215, 254, 331, 347, 404.

-, -, proposes that Venice shall enter league with England, 214, 215, 540, 541, 556, 568, 572.

-, -, tells Zen of this proposal, 502;

letter to Winwood upon, 503n.;

reply of Venice to, 569, 573.

-, -, letters in praise of, sent to James, 218, 219.

-, -, present to, 218;

praised by James, 220, 248.

-, -, returns to Venice, 223, 224, 242;

new letters of credence, 284.

-, -, asks for larger powers for Zen, 253;

requests appointment for Giov. Prevotio, 260.

-, -, attacked by Bedmar in the Cabinet, 270;

sent to negotiate at Turin, 274, 275, 279, 320, 332, 333, 336, 339–342, 345, 351, 354, 355, 362, 367, 368, 404.

-, -, asks Urfè

to urge Savoy not to make separate peace, 288.

-, -, denounces Spanish in trigues and proposes Venetian league with England, 310–316, 322, 327.

-, -, reproved for this, 316 note;

Venetian reply to, 321, 325.

-, -, asks for good treatment of Calus, 331;

helps Venetian league with Swiss, 324;

speaks in favour of Muscorno, 347;

received at Verona, 349;

cost of entertainment of, 355;

reaches Turin, 364;

present at banquet, 365.

-, -, exposition of, reported to Foscarini, 361;

Zen not to accompany, to Milan, 371;

asked to make representations at Milan, 372;

difference with Nuncio, 377;

Zen unwilling to associate with, 377, 378;

to approach governor of Milan, 379, 381, 382.

-, -, interviews with Zen, 380;

letters to, 384;

letter of, to governor of Milan, 386, 408.

-, -, speaks of English help to Savoy, 388;

desires English intervention between Savoy and Milan, 395;

advises duke to arm, 396;

Bernese write to, 397;

good treatment of, 398;

dines with duke, 404;

amazed at duke's slowness, 405;

not sincerely for peace, 405;

arranges for dis posal of duke's jewels, 414;

will return to Venice, 418, 426;

instructions to, 421, 445, 461, 462;

suggests mutual disarmament, 424;

confidence with Zen, 429, 450;

suggests an armistice, 441;

explains Rambouillet's action, 444;

writes on league with Grisons, 449, 450;

opinion on relations of Savoy with Spain, 451 and note;

proceeds to Asti to negotiate, 453;

has audience, 454, 456;

displeased by his instructions, 458;

negotiates at Asti, 466, 467, 487, 510.

-, -, letter of, to Chamberlain, 459n.,

exhorts Savoy to peace, 465;

goes on mission to Milan. 465, 466;

difficulties of with Nuncio, 475;

fresh instructions to, 476, 477;

declaration signed by, 477;

desires Venetian promise in writing, 485;

persuades Rambouillet to stay, 486;

refuses to be depositary of treaty, 488;

acts sincerely, ib.

-, -, Savoy asks advice of, 496;

signs treaty of Asti, 502;

disputes of, with Rambouillet, 515–517, 521–528;

entertained by Zen, 518;

takes leave of duke and Zen. 529;

thinks duke will remain at peace, 530;

thanked by Spain, 531.

-, -, letter from Berne to, 535.

-, -, at feast with duke, 539;

ill, 540;

worked with Zen, 541.

-, -, departure of, 545;

passes through Mantua and interviews Vincenti, 547, 548;

reception of at Verona, 552.

-, -, leave to Loredan to visit, 557.

-, -, relates negotiations on journey to Venice, 567, 568.

-, -, asks Senator to persuade Mantua to accept treaty of Asti, 568.

-, -, ordered to remain in Venice, 574.

-, -, secretary of, 417, 418, 421, 425, 428.

-, -, - See also Wake, Isaac.

-, Lady, 427, 517.

-, -, baggage of, 215.

-, -, house of, at Turin, 441.

-, -, attentions shown to, 518, 540.

-, -, goes hunting with duke, 530.

Caron, Noel, Dutch Ambassador in England, 41, 54, 201, 250, 445, 446.

-, -, audiences of James, 30, 130, 132, 187, 199, 244, 249, 296, 306, 352, 369, 376, 422, 433, 472, 484, 499.

-, -, interviews with Foscarini, 14, 57, 136, 163, 251, 272, 274, 277, 344, 352, 375, 390, 425, 432, 446, 447.

-, -, indisposed, 167.

-, -, asked to incite States to help Savoy, 209, 219, 251;

writes in accordance, 263.

-, -, urges James to intervene against Spain, 211.

-, -, sees agent of Morocco, 267.

-, -, interviews Bisseaux. 272.

-, -, appears before Council upon Wesel negotiations, 279.

-, -, Spanish ambassador refuses to attend masque with, 317.

-, -, calls on Sticke, 344;

sees Sticke, 415.

-, -, will not hear of archduke's proposals, 400.

-, -, instructions to, 478–480, 484.

-, -, friendship with Foscarini, 494;

Foscarini obtains information from, 495.

-, -, sees the Council upon East Indies, 499.

-, -, informed of negotiations for French marriage, 505.

-, -, assured by James of restitution of Wesel, 512.

-, -, informs James of concessions made to his wishes and asks help for Lubeck, 544.

Carpaneto, Tarquinio, 261.

Carr, Robert, Viscount Rochester, reliance of James upon, 33.

-, -, created baron Brancepeth and earl of Somerset, and treasurer of Scotland, 68.

-, -, earl of Somerset, 130 note;

proposed as warden of the Cinque Ports, 147;

told of reasons for king of Denmark's visit, 171;

present of, to Scarnafe, 219;

his influence with James, 219;

sends present to duke of Savoy, 328;

asked to help Savoy, 468;

friendly to Fosoarini, 481.

-, -, the Lord Chamberlain, sees Scarnafes, 195;

comes for Foscarini to attend masque, 317;

ordered to release Flemish ship, 460;

fears a parliament, 512.

Casale [Prov. Alessandria, Italy], 36, 64, 70, 72, 73;

Mantua promises Spain to demolish citadel of, 182;

news from, 374.

Casaubon, Isaac, controversy with du Perron, 29n.

Casella. Giovanui Battista, steward of Foscarini, quarrel with Muscorno, 482;

always speaking ill of Foscarini, 494.

Casoli, Bernardin, 483.

Castiglione, 3, 57.

Castiglione, Marquis of, prince of. See Gonzaga, Francis.

Castro, Don Francesco di. 183.

Catanea, 125.

Catania, Suliman de, 125, 144.

Catherine de'Medici, Queen of France, 143.

Catholic king. See Philip III.

Catholic religion, the Catholic League, league for preservation of in Germany, 25, 50, 51, 108, 137;

backs Neuburg, 124, 166;

prepares to arm, 202;

Spain at heard of, 556;

France unwilling to offend, 571.

-, -, French match advantageous to, 80.

Catholics, James' treatment of, 115, 116.

-, -, Venetian instructions for support of, in England, 48.

-, in France. make preparations for fear of Huguenots, 492.

Caucé. See Coucy.

Caumont, James de, marquis of la Force, Governor of Bearn, 80.

Cavazza, Girolamo, secretary to the Venetian Ambassador in Spain, despatches from, 58, 62.

Cecil, Sicel, General Edward, 119;

returns to England, 354;

returns to Hague, 400.

-, Robert, earl of Salisbury, changes since death of, 33.

Ceneda [Prov. of Treviso, Italy], bishop of, 431.

Cephalonia, island of, 362.

-, -, trade in raisins with, 470;

English houses at, 471.

-, -, custom on raisins at, to be paid by all, 563.

-, customs in, fermor of. See Riccani, Dimitri.

-, Proveditore of, 539.

Ceremonies, master of the. See Lewkenor, Sir Lewis.

Cerigo, island of, 44, 524, 566.

Cernovicchio. Alessandro, Syndic of Zante, petition of, 363.

Chalil. See Halil.

Chamberlain, the Lord. See Carr, Robert, earl of Somerset;

Howard, Thomas, earl of Suffolk.

Chamberlain, John, letters quoted, 13n., 68n., 133n., 139n., 267n., 296n.

-, -, letters to, 155n., 259n.

Champagne, France, princes to enter, 553.

Chancellor, the Lord, of England. See Egerton, Thomas.

-, of Denmark. See Friis, Christian.

-, of France. See Brûlart, Nicholas.

-, the Vice-, of Germany. See Ludwig, Hans.

Charles V, the Emperor, 312, 551.

Charles IX, King of France, 138.

Charles III, duke of Lorraine, passage of troops asked of. 104;

Neuburg expects help from, 166;

credentials of Barbarigo to, 537.

-, -, daughter of, proposals for marriage of, 80, 102.

Charles, duke of York and prince of Wales, 23, 38, 48, 268.

-, -, popularity of, 31.

-, -, proposed marriage to Princess Christina of France, 19, 56, 61, 62, 64, 89, 92, 100, 115, 117, 118.

-, -, - See also Marriage.

-, -, -, to Infanta of Savoy, 2, 19.

-, -, -, to the second Infanta of Spain, 83, 115.

-, -, -, to the third Infanta, 100, 115, 118.

-, -, forms his court, 81;

Foscarini interviews, 98;

at opening of parliament, 115;

visits king of Denmark, 166, 167;

attends a masque, 318.

-, -, Barbarigo's credentials to, 538.

-, -, gives audience to Desmaretz, 548.

Charles, prince of Spain, suggested candidate for empire, 551.

Charles, brother of king of Sweden, threatens Muscovy, 97.

Charles Emanuel I., duke of Savoy (1613), 10, 31, 47.

-, -, considered fortunate by James, 3.

-, -, dispute of, with Mantua, 6.

-, -, Velasco's opinion of, 7.

-, -, proposes to arm English ships, 9.

-, -, James offended with, 11.

-, -, invites earl of Arundel 12.

-, -, considered entirely Spanish, 15, 55.

-, -, settlement of, with Mantua, 20.

-, -, increases forces, 27.

-, -, desires friendship of James, 39.

-, -, dissatisfied with Spain, 39, 40.

-, -, English pirates serving, 43, 44, 56.

-, -, ships of to be treated as pirates, 44, 52.

-, -, character of, 60.

-, -, France means to disarm, 64.

-, -, to be included in Union, 70.

-, -, taxes levied by, 73.

-, -, (1614), 104, 110, 176, 215, 274, 277.

-, -, obtains marriage for Eston, 91.

-, -, policy of, 100.

-, -, suspicious of France, 113.

-, -, incites Condé, 117, 121.

-, -, bribes partisans in England, 120.

-, -, has understanding with Lesdiguières, 134, 136.

-, -, aims at breaking of Spanish marriages, 137.

-, -, Spain mistrusts;

forbids privateering by;

arming, 148.

-, -, emperor's orders to, 155.

-, -, unstable policy of 157.

-, -, approaches Venice for reconciliation, 142, 144, 148–152, 154, 157–161, 173, 185, 195;

James glad of, 185.

-, -, prepared to disarm, 165.

-, -, asks James to intervene with Mantua, 169.

-, -, Inoiosa's charges against, ib.

-, -, forces of, 174, 175.

-, -, Venetian Senate replies to, 177, 186.

-, -, Bedmar complains of, 182.

-, -, reported alliance of, with Venice, 183, 184.

-, -, supports French princes, 189.

-, -, proposals to disarm, 192, 235.

-, -, James urges France to help, 195.

-, -, attacks Milanese, 196.

-, -, James's offers of help to, 199.

-, -, James resents Spanish treatment of, 200.

-, -, Spanish complaints of, 202.

-, -, sends Gueffier to France, 204.

-, -, France wishes to disarm, 203, 204.

-, -, James urges Dutch to help, 209, 236.

-, -, proposal to receive into the Union, 210.

-, -, supported by Lesdiguières, 213.

-, -, French flock to, 217.

-, -, James resolved to help, 219, 249.

-, -, can hold out four or five months, 221.

-, -, Spain does not fear influence of, in France, 224.

-, -, promises not to make peace without James's consent, 227.

-, -, complains of Spanish action, 239.

-, -, pope's opinion of, 241.

-, -, promises to follow advice of French Queen Regent, 245.

-, -, Dutch will do as much for, as James, 252.

-, -, Dutch help for, 253.

-, -, James desires protection of Venice for, 254.

-, -, Carleton's opinion of, 260.

-, -, letter of, to Scarnafes quoted, 261.

-, -, Arundel pleased with reception by, 268.

-, -, Carleton's correspondence with. 270.

-, -, Council discusses assistance for. 250, 273.

-, -, dispute of, with governor of Milan, 275.

-, -, attacks Milanese, 277, 285.

-, -, letter to, 282.

-, -, asked not to settle with Spain, 288;

urgently in need of help, 290.

-, -, expected to apply to Turk, 291.

-, -, (1615), 295, 303, 321, 345, 403, 485, 488, 489, 491.

-, -, Dutch ready to help, 292.

-, -, intentions of Spain against, 294.

-, -, protected by James, 296.

-, -, asks James to help, 298.

-, -, slow in preparations for war, ib.

-, -, asked by Princes to defer disarming, 303.

-, -, James urges Huguenots to help, 304.

-, -, sends to England for help, 305.

-, -, aid from Germany for, 320.

-, -, English help for, 330, 333, 361, 369;

limited, 323, 332.

-, -, supposed help from Huguenots, 324.

-, -, hopes to disturb French and Spanish marriages, 325.

-, -, asks help for Marquis of Calusio, 329.

-, -, will be helped by heretics, 330.

-, -, sends Canal to France, 331.

-, -, desires league with Venice, 336.

-, -, understanding with England, 340.

-, -, Spain dissuades James from helping, 342.

-, -, attitude in France towards, 349, 357.

-, -, outward festivity and anxiety of, 350.

-, -, not disposed to apologise to Spain, 351.

-, -, pope complains of, 354.

-, -, ready for peace, 364.

-, -, festivity of, 365.

-, -, suggests capture of Genoa, 366, 375.

-, -, asks ambassador to make representations at Milan, 372, 377–379, 402.

-, -, communicates inter cepted letter to James, 382.

-, -, promised money from England, 387.

-, -, proposed alliance with Berne, 397.

-, -, desires English intervention, 395.

-, -, saved by English help, 398.

-, -, resources of, 398.

-, -, upset at being called a heretic, 404.

-, -, slow in preparation, 405.

-, -, complains of Contarini's action, 412.

-, -, urged to war, 414.

-, -, forces of, 418.

-, -, English ships for, 394, 421.

-, -, inclines to peace, 424.

-, -, sends ambassadors, 427.

-, -, help from Berne for, 428.

-, -, English policy towards, 429.

-, -, unwilling to disarm, 430.

-, -, English help for, 431.

-, -, tries to sell jewels, 432, 435.

-, -, interview with Rambouillet, 437.

-, -, insists on consulting ambassadors, 440, 443.

-, -, writes to Zen, 444.

-, -, suspected of Spanish leanings, 451.

-, -, severity of, 451.

-, -, spent money wastefully, 452.

-, -, summons ambassadors to Asti, 453.

-, -, sees Carleton and Zen, 454, 456.

-, -, negotiates with Rambouillet, 456, 457.

-, -, treats with ambassadors at Asti, 464.

-, -, tells Carleton he will fight, 465.

-, -, asks advice of ambassadors, 467, 486, 496.

-, -, attitude of, to pope, 474.

-, -, not inclined to enter Protestant league, 474, 475.

-, -, asks for Zen's signature to treaty, 475.

-, -, induced to sign treaty, 486, 487.

-, -, asks Venice to protect him, 492.

-, -, promises to disarm, 495, 500.

-, -, letters of, to Scarnafes, 496, 519.

-, -, proposal to include in Union, 497, 502, 511.

-, -, help promised to, 498, 504, 511.

-, -, adventurers offer to serve, 501, 504.

-, -, promises of, to Rambouillet, ib., 518.

-, -, receives 50,000 crowns from England, 503.

-, -, discusses treaty with ambassadors, 515–517.

-, -, writes to agents in France complaining of Rambouillet, 524–529.

-, -, suspected devices of, 529.

-, -, gives festivities, 530, 539, 540.

-, -, terms of alliance with James, 531.

-, -, complains of Rambouillet, 532.

-, -, money raised on jewels of, 538.

-, -, nuncio complains of, 539.

-, -, thinks pope too Spanish, ib.

-, -, dislikes Spanish-French marriages, 546.

-, -, resolved on peace, 547.

-, -, orders John of Nassau to dismiss troops, 553, 558.

-, -, unfriendliness of France to, 559.

-, -, letters of, to Scarnafes, 563.

-, -, conference with Berne upon the Vaud, 566.

-, -, ready to satisfy Bernese, 567.

-, -, asks Carleton to work for peace, 567.

-, -, protection of, 569.

-, -, reports his disarmament, and complains of Spain and Mantua, 572.

Chastinou, 284.

Chateauneuf, M. de, 469.

Châteauroux [Indre, France], Schiateo Rusg, Condé at, 143, 157.

Châtillon, M. de. See Coligny.

Chicochens. See Cichocius.

Chieppio, minister of the Duke of Mantua, 45.

-, supposed mission to Venice, 69.

Chieri [Prov. of Turin, Italy], 453.

Chont, Cont, Henry, English merchant, 145, 245.

Christian king, the most. See Louis, XIII.

Christian I., marquis of Bayreut, of house of Brandenburg, 530.

Christian IV., king of Denmark, 7, 13, 30, 97, 138.

-, -, James desires good understanding of Venice with, 8, 15, 20, 21, 27, 42, 43, 87;

league of James with, 11, 15;

promises to remove customs at the Sound, 23, 25, 32;

makes peace with Sweden, 32, 97;

promotes reconciliation of Brandenburg and Saxony, 65, 84, 90;

joins German league, 88;

asks James for advice about Lubeck, ib.;

collects troops with Saxony, 108;

rebuilds Christianople, 143.

-, -, unexpected visit of, to England, 166, 167, 170;

reasons for, 177, 180;

suspicions aroused by, 183.

-, -, personal appearance of, 172.

-, -, hostility of, to Dutch, 172, 180, 181;

treatment of ambassadors, 180, 181;

letters of James to, 227.

-, -, understanding of, with French Huguenots, 188;

James hopes will enter league, 198, 210;

will assist Dutch, 205;

Fosoarini takes offence with, 276;

English adventurers serving, 298;

accusations of the Union against, 337;

Anstruther's mission to, 370, 472;

threatens Lubeck, 383;

James intervenes with. 388;

approached by Hanse towns, 449;

dispute of, with Lubeck, 544.

Christian, prince of Anhalt, at Duke of Brunswick's funeral, 65;

represents James at christening of Palatine's son, 93, 98, 106, 107;

letter of, to University of Padua, 121;

proposed as governor in trust of the duchies, 172, 183, 184;

objections to, 226;

sent to Archduke Maximilian, 479;

a member of the Union, 530;

Barbarigo's credentials to, 537.

-, -, son of, leaves Padua, 121.

Christianople, rebuilt by King of Denmark, 143.

Christina, Princess of France, 451.

-, -, proposed marriage with Charles, 56, 62, 64, 89, 92, 100, 115, 117, 118.

-, -, qualities of, 98.

-, -, See also Marriages.

Chrysostome, Sir Henry Saville's edition of, 80–82.

Chur. See Coire.

Chute, Sir Walter, imprisoned in Tower, 138 n.

Cichocius, Chicochens, Gaspard. canon of Sandomir, book of, against James, 562.

Cinque Ports, warden of, expected title for Somerset, 147.

Civita Vecchia [Prov. Rome, Italy], 92.

Clement VIII. Pope, protects English Catholics, 48;

action of, at peace of Vervins, 393.

Cleves, 29, 129, 146, 147, 154, 219, 295, 296, 302, 306, 314, 319, 328, 333, 342, 344, 352, 355, 360, 369, 376, 390, 391, 397–399, 408, 415, 425, 435, 439, 462, 463, 504, 506, 523, 559.

-, Brandenburg takes oath of fealty from, 65;

(1614), matters growing worse, 108;

war in sight, 123;

appeal to Archduke, 123;

news from, displeases emperor, 124;

Estates meet, 135;

partly reduced by Neuburg's troops, 186;

evacuation of, by Dutch, required for peace, 196;

French ask Archduke to withdraw troops from, 203;

reported capture by Spinola, 205;

his designs upon, 211, 212.

-, restitution of places in, 225;

troops to be withdrawn from, 232;

provisions made at Xanten concerning, 232–234, 256–259.

-, Brandenburg proposes to deal with, 231.

-, Spain not concerned with, 235;

negotiations upon, 242, 249, 263, 264, 266, 271, 288.

-, claimed as imperial fief, 252;

Spaniards will winter near, 274;

fresh disputes upon, 274, 279, 283, 286;

French desire settlement of, 338.

-, promised by Emperor to Duke of Saxony, 283;

promised by Spain to Duke of Saxony, 289.

-, preparations for war in, 300;

evacuation of, 308, 356, 360, 401, 409, 417, 447, 496.

-, Neuburg to sell his claims to, 327;

plot against, 382, 389;

not to be dismantled, 383;

emperor to decide upon, 385, 479, 480.

-, James's assistance for, 388;

negotiations upon, 421, 426;

restitution despaired of, 446;

Spaniards increase forces near, 484;

proposal to put in deposit. 499, 512;

Dutch deliberate upon, 506, 512.

-, Dutch prepare for war in, 522;

restoration of, promised, 531;

news from, 533;

imperial arbitration upon, postponed. 533;

decision of Dutch upon, 544.

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

Cloth, trade in, 112, 146, 148.

Cnoglero. Quinero, an Austrian, expelled from Padua, 106.

Cochefilet, Andrew de, baron of Vaucelas, French ambassador in Spain, 351.

-, -, asks to be recalled, 109.

-, -, asks for withdrawal of Spanish troops from Cleves, 203.

-, -, remonstrates upon Spanish action in the duchies, 297.

-, -, in high favour, 370.

Coeuvres, Coure, marquis of. See Estrée, Francis Hannibal d'.

Coire, Chur [Grisons, Switzerland], despatches dated from, 427, 547.

Coligny, Gaspard de, III, count of Coligny, lord of Chatillon-sur-Loing, commands French in Dutch service, 384.

Cologne, 84, 93.

-, Elector of, See Ferdinand of Bavaria.

-, Spinola near, 211.

-, news from, 222;

troops enlisted at, 360;

complains of Dutch, 383.

Colovitz, 91.

Concini, Concino, Marquis of Ancre, 95, 304, 370, 552.

-, -, objections of princes to, 553, 561.

-, -, James asks for removal of, 563.

-, -, enters Amiens, 564.

-, -, James criticises, 571.

-, -, Edmondes speaks against, 573.

Condé, Prince of. See Bourbon-Condé.

Conflans [Mense, France], Villeroi withdraws to, 287.

Constance, Council of, 321.

Constantinople, 58, 62, 110, 280, 423, 552.

-, ambassadors in, 14.

-, decline of Dutch trade at, 24.

-, Arsenal, building of ships at, 13, 24, 50, 61, 66, 83, 248, 280, 336.

-, capitulations of the nations at, arbitrary alteration of, 83, 102, 104, 105, 114.

-, church of San Antonio, 156.

-, Dutch ambassador at, ill supported, 24, 154.

-, Christian merchants at, attempt to tax, 75, 79.

-, lading of ships at, 470.

-, letters from, 111.

-, new mosque at, 75.

-, news from, 86.

-, plague at, 566.

-, subjects of alien princes expelled from, 114.

-, Sultan's gardens of Bisistas and Carabali, 336.

-, Venetian trade with, 470.

Cont, Henry. See Chont.

Contarini, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador in Germany, despatches of, 45, 49.

-, -, letters to, 10.

-, Pietro, Venetian Ambassador in France, 435, 483, 557.

-, -, despatches of, 80, 86, 89, 90, 92, 94, 99, 107, 112–114, 118, 125, 131, 156, 157, 168, 179, 184, 189, 203, 204, 216, 217, 230, 231, 237, 264, 271, 280, 287, 299, 309, 316, 332, 349, 357, 363, 380, 385, 394, 406, 412, 423, 442, 450, 463, 475, 529, 538, 543, 546, 566.

-, -, letters to, 96, 126, 133, 159, 177, 255, 345, 412, 435, 474, 490, 508, 509, 514, 524, 536.

-, -, asked to accompany king on marriage journey, 538.

-, -, recall of, 551.

-, Simon, Venetian Ambassador at Rome, despatches of, 228, 240, 253, 290, 321, 330, 348, 354, 355, 362, 385, 393, 403, 411, 427, 474.

-, -, letters to, 229, 236, 255, 329, 345, 473, 509, 536.

-, Tomaso, Venetian Ambassador at Rome, despatches of, 8, 35, 50, 61, 62, 68, 80, 84, 91, 92, 102, 118, 134, 155, 164.

-, -, letters to, 96, 126.

-, -, represents deterioration of Venetian Press, 125;

interviewed by Cardinal Aldobrandino, 168.

Cook, Mark, English merchant, 58.

Copenhagen, Denmark, 23.

Corbie [Somme, France], Longueville retires to, 552, 553;

garrisoned by Longueville, 564, 570.

Corfu, island of, 43, 44.

-, despatches from, 56, 82, 85, 325.

-, money circulating in, 363.

-, Proveditore and Captain of. See Grimani, Vicenzo.

Corner, Hieronimo, captain of the fleet, 85.

Cornwallis, Sir Charles, former English ambassador to Spain, sent to the Tower, 139;

offences of, 146.

Correggio [Reggio Italy], 313.

Correr, Councillor Francesco, 219.

-, Marc Antonio, 38, 46, 317, 318.

-, -, permitted to visit Carleton, 219;

permitted to invite Carleton, 348.

-, Vincenzo, 348.

Corsor, M. de, 479.

Coruña [Galicia, Spain], Spanish fleet proceeds to, 201.

Costa, Pietro Francesco, bishop of Savona, papal nuncio at Turin, 440, 486, 541.

-, -, misrepresentation of Rambouillet to, 377;

proposes a Cardinal be sent to Spain, 395;

ready to accompany duke, 404;

not asked to treat, 411;

ready to act, 413, 414;

visited by Rambouillet, 435;

visits Rambouillet, 436;

working in concert with Rambouillet, 441;

visited by Mons. Isidore, 443;

has audience of duke, 456;

takes up quarters at Varie, 463;

difference of with Carleton, 475;

treaty to be left with, 477, 488;

Zen wishes to see, 501;

objections to treaty raised by, 510;

treaty deposited with, ib.;

complains of duke, 539.

Cotton, 459, 483.

Coucy le Château, Caucé [Aisne, France], revolted princes at. 543, 553.

-, letter dated at, 561.

Council, lords of the, the Privy Council, 48, 272.

-, -, hear deputies of Ireland, 13.

-, -, Spanish partisans in, against French marriage, 18, 19.

-, -, Barbarigo to visit, 48.

-, -, discuss Muscovite proposals, 67.

-, -, charged to negotiate French marriage, 92;

Raleigh's case referred to, 180;

discuss German affairs, 194, 220;

James consults, 212;

discuss assistance for Savoy, 244, 250, 273, 438.

-, -, treaty of Xanten sent to, 252.

-, -, see ambassadors on question of restitution, 279.

-, -, interview with Spanish and Flemish ambassadors before, 297, 301, 302;

have no confidence in restitution of Wesel 334.

-, -, ordered to have money ready for Savoy, 374.

-, -, decree of in favour of Levant company, 459;

discussion upon, with Foscarini, 470, 522.

-, -, discuss affairs of East Indies with Caron, 499.

-, -, opposition to French marriage in, 505;

opposition in, to calling a parliament, 512.

-, -, secretaries of the, 460.

Coure, Marquis of. See Estrée, Francis Hannibal d', marquis of Coeuvres.

Courland. restitution of, to Russia offered, 97.

Courtenay, gentlemen of the house of, 140;

claim royal descent, 97, 136;

king writes in favour of, 175, 268–270.

-, Bleneau, Bleneo, M. de, 136.

Cranborne, co. Dorset, king at, 563.

Cranenburg, Maurice takes, 208.

Crema, Rectors of, 346.

Cremona [Italy], proposed exchange for Montferrat, 182.

Créqui, Charles de Blanquefort de. prince of Poix, M. de Créqui sent to stop French going to help Savoy, 204.

Crete, Candia, island of, 21, 44, 85, 534.

-, Captain of. See Morosini, Geronimo.

-, Procurator-General in, 54.

-, English ship hired at, 170.

-, money circulating in, 363.

-, Proveditore of. See Bondimio, Piero.

-, Rectors of, 431, 566.

-, despatches from, 456, 566.

-, English trade at, 470.

-, wine of, 483.

Crivelli, Count, 3.

Cross-bows, presented by James to Philip III., 196, 221.

Crotti, 437, 526, 527.

Cueva, Don Alfonso di, marquis of Bedmar, Spanish Ambassador at Venice, 70, 341, 387.

-, -, letter of, to Inoiosa, 148;

informed of reconciliation with Savoy, 163;

protests peaceful desires of Philip, 164;

speaks against duke of Savoy, 182;

exposition of, against Carleton, 270;

friendly conference of, with Carleton, 374;

shows Carleton's letter to Cabinet, 386;

Carleton desires to mystify, 502.

Cyprus. island of, 33, 112.



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