Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 1, 1202-1509. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1864.
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Dacre, Ranulph Lord, of the Lancastrian party, killed at Pontefract, 372, 375.
Dallugo, Count Lodovico, ambr. from Milan to England, 380.
-, -, -, in Flanders, 384.
-, -, -, letter from, 385.
Damascus, Venetian consul at, 348.
Dandola, galley called the, 527.
Dandolo, , patrician arbalastman, 299 (note).
-, Fortin, 054, 391, 392.
-, Ser Francesco, 13, 15, 16.
-, Francesco, 391.
-, Jacopo, master of the London galgalleys, 130.
-, Marco, sage for the orders, 135.
-, Marin, 391.
Daoxnago, Francesco, 400.
Darmer, Alvise, governor of Trani, 935, 937.
Darnensis. See Kildare.
Dartmouth, port of, 864.
Daubeney, Giles Lord, Lord Chamberlain, 755, 757.
Deane, William, Englishman, his suit at Venice, 808.
Deber, Monsignor de (Lord Audley ?), beheaded, 750.
Delzemetcra, , billbroker in London, 317.
Denmark, King of, John, on bad terms with England, 702.
-, -, -, proposed marriage between Ms eldest son and Princess Margaret, 776.
-, -, -, his proposed marriage with a French Princess, 886.
Deponte, Conrad, of the English company in Italy, letter from, 61.
Derby, Earl of. See Henry of Lancaster.
Derby and Richmond, Countess of. See Margaret.
Dereham, Richard, Chancellor of Cambridge, his mission to Henry IV., 174.
Devereux, John, notary public in London, 901.
Devon, Earl of, Thomas Courtenay, of the Lancastrian party, killed at Pontefract, 370, 372, 374, 375.
Diego, Don. See Aunza, Don Diego de.
Dioc'. See Douai.
Dives, Dom. Sir John de, of England, his death at Modon, 10.
Doble (or Dople), Caput, ( = the Downs,) frequented by Venetian merchants, 105, 106, 109, 112, 114, 116, 120, 121, 122, 123, 126, 132, 148, 168.
Doemius, Mark, absconds from the English company in Italy, 66.
Dolfin, Ser Giacomo, master of one of the Flanders galleys, 499.
Donada galley, 639.
Donado, Francesco, Venetian ambr. to France, 464.
-, Ser Francesco, son of Ser Tom, captured by Bretons at Southampton, 673, 678.
Donado, Hironimo, Venetian ambr. at Rome, 765;
in France, 818.
Donfol, Aban, an Englishman in Italy, 59.
Douai (Dioc'), 587.
Dover, port of, 753, 754, 765, 771, 872.
Downs, the, 209, 269, 299, 310. See Doble (or Dople), Caput.
Dublin, Archbishop of, supports rebels against Henry VII., 519.
Duelebi. See Willoughby.
Dumani, in England, 754.
Dumblane, diocese of, 615.
Dunkeld, diocese of, 615.
Dunkirk, in France, 770, 772.
Dunmowe, John, Canon of Exeter, made Bp. of Limerick, 516. See also Limerick.
Dunois, M., ambr. from Britanny to France, 563.
Duodo, Ser Alexander, vicecaptain of the London galleys, 287.
-, Ser Arsenio, 309.
-, Giovanni Alvise, 546
-, Tom, master of one of the Flanders galleys, 639.
Duras, Mons. de, ambassador from France to Henry VII, 759, 760, 771.
Durham, Bp. of, John Sherwood, ambr. from Ric. III. to Rome, 488.
-, -, -, the King urges his elevation to the cardinalate, 488.
-, -, -, ambr. from Henry VII.
to Rome, 619, 620, 626.
-, -, -, his death, 634.
-, -, See Fox.