The Cambridge Modern History: Planned by the Late Lord Acton - Vol. 4

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INDEX.
Aachen, Protestants in, 11; 420
Aalborg, capture of Danish horse at, 102
Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canterbury, appeal of Commons to, 260
Åbo, 162; taken by Charles (IX), 172; school of, founded by Gustavus Adolphus, 187
Acadia, Anglo-French struggle for, 747
Achin, King of, English East India Company and, 731
Acuña, Diego Sarmiento de, see Gondomar Adami, Adam, Bishop suffragan of Hildesheim, historian of the Congress, 401
Adams, William, and Japanese trade, 740
Adolphus John, Swedish Prince, Charles X and, 587; 590
Adwalton Moor, Fairfaxes defeated at, 313
Aerssens, Francis, lord of Sommelsdijk, Councillor of Fredariok Henry, 690; appeals to Richelieu for help, 691; negotiations of, in England, 701
Africa, West, the West Indies and, 759
African Company, the Swedish ( 1647), 759; the first English ( 1618), 759; the second English ( 1681), 759; the French (West) ( 1626), 759
Agra, William Hawkins at, 741; English factory at, 742 "Agreement, the, of the People," 345; 353
Ahmadabad, English factory at, 742
Air and Angels (poem by Donne), 762
Aix, Parlement of, 610 sq.
Alais, Louis de Valois, Comte de, see Angoulême Albert, Archduke, sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands; and the Imperial throne, 1; 11; 13; death of, 77; Henry IV and, 624
Albuquerque, Affonso de, Portuguese Governor of the Indies, ideals of, 728
----- Matthias de, 707
Aldobrandini, Pietro, Cardinal, and Clement VIII, 667; friendly towards France, 668
----- Silvestro, 666
Aldringer, Johann, Austrian Field Marshal, 72; Mantua taken by, 115; at Erfurt, 205; Tilly reinforced by, 208; 210; at Leipzig, 219; 231; Feria and, 234; protection of Bavaria and, 238; Emperor and, 239 sqq.; at Ratisbon, 244
Alexander VI, Pope, Bull of, 728; 744
----- VII, Pope, papal nuncio [when Fabio Chigi] at Münster, 402, 688; Charles X and, 582
Alexander, Blasius, 98; leader among the Grisons Prädikanten, 52; capture of, 55
Alexis Bomanoff, Tsar, the Cossacks and, 580; 581; in the Baltic Provinces, 582
sq.; 584; Charles X and, 586-8; feud between Poland and, 591
Algiers, Blake at, 483
Aliaga, Father, and Uceda, 629; bribed, 632
Allaci, Leone, papal commissary, 82
Allerheim, French victory at, 390
All Saints' Bay, see Bahia Alsen, island of, taken by Charles X, 432
Altmark, truce of, 115; signed Sept. 26, 1629, 187, 193; 578
Alton, victory of Waller at, 315
Amazon, district at the mouth of the, 709
Amboina, "massacre" at, 87, 713, 738 sqq., 755; taken by the Dutch ( 1605), 733, 735; agreement of June 1619 and, 737; 742
Ambras, Castle of, Cardinal Klesl at, 22
America, partition of, 747; North, English Colonies in, 747 sq.; Dutch and, 749; French, English Colonies in, 747; South, English schemes of colonisationin, 754 sq.
Amsterdam, interests of, 466 sq.; threatened by De Berg, 693; difficulties of Frederick Henry with, 694, 699; Chamber of, 709; Academy founded at, 717; 718 sqq.; Spinoza born at, 722; antagonism of, towards Frederick Henry, 724; William II and, 725 sq.; 727; 789
Amurath III, Sultan, mission of William Harborne to the Court of, 729
Andalusia, the Duke of Medina Sidonia and, 652 sq.
Andrewes, Lancelot, Bishop of Winchester, and religious controversy, 268
Angermannus, Abraham, Archbishop of Upsala, 170 sq.
Angers, gift to Mary de' Medici of, 126
Angola, taken by the Dutch, 752
Angoulême, negotiations between Louis XIII and Queen-Mother at, 126
----- Charles de Valois, Duke of, heads an embassy to Saxony ( 1620), 34
----- Louis de Valois, Comte d'Alais, Duke of, 611; 614; Mercoeur and, 618

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