Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 11, 1607-1610. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.
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D' Ybarra Diego. See Ybarra.
Dabscot, , arrested for selling the Pruritanus, 564 and note, 588.
Daggers carried by gentlemen, in England, and by a Bed-chamber woman to the Queen, 936, 945 (p. 509).
dal Ben, 540.
'Dalle Vigne di Pera,' despatches dated from, 12, 133, 199, 219, 247, 258, 270, 281, 325, 352a., 370, 371, 416, 429, 447, 453, 454, 480, 492, 504, 505, 514, 515, 534, 591, 609, 631, 644, 645, 646, 669, 671, 686, 686, 688, 689, 704, 705, 706, 723, 735, 753, 797, 815, 827, 847, 860, 886, 887, 901, 908, 921, 922, 940, 961.
Damascus, Pashah of, in revolt against the Sultan, 65.
Dandolo, Ferigo, report by, 469.
Dantzig, grain imported from, to England, 275, 278.
Dantziger, Dancicker, Dansker, Danzicher, Danziker, Dauncer, Captain Simeon, or Simon, Simonson, surnamed;
of Flushing, the Dutchman, the Flemish Corsair, rival of Ward, 348, 352 and note;
captures ships off Valencia, with sons of the Viceroys of Majorca and Sicily;
retires to Algiers, 406, 408, 415;
takes the Moresina, 438;
threatens to starve out a fortress, by attacking grain ships, 500;
two of his ships taken by ship of Marseilles, 502;
plunders two English ships, spares crew, 511;
excitement in London at news of his capture of an English ship, 526;
report of his capture, 537;
desires to settle in Italy 556;
to settle at Marseilles, with pardon from Henry IV, 575;
takes refuge from the Spanish in Algiers, 628;
cuts out a great galleon, as the flotta is entering the harbour of Seville, with half a million of booty, 663, 712;
revolts against the Algerines, kills Turks, frees slaves, and goes, with French King's pardon, to Marseilles;
received by the Duke of Guise, 687 and note;
captures, and takes into Marseilles, a number of ships including two Englishmen, 700;
takes refuge at Marseilles with four great ships;
presents the Duke of Guise with Turkish prisoners, 712;
Creswell, the Jesuit, tried to induce, to take service with Spain, 712 note;
Spanish demand addressed to Henry IV for restitution of the galleon captured by, from the flotta;
the king replies he had done Spain good service in clearing the seas of such a famous pirate, 724;
came to terms with the King thanks to bribe to the Duke of Guise, who carries him to Paris;
estimate of his wealth, 730;
English demand for compensation out of his spoils, 734;
arrives in Paris, 737;
the Turkish envoy does not complain about, to Henry IV seeing the Spanish complaint unheeded, 759,
indignation in Spain, 780;
King James contrasts his own action to Ward with Henry IV's pardon of, 801;
friends of his, arrested at Algiers, to be exchanged for Turks at Marseilles, 807;
the French propose to employ, for attack on Genoa, 818;
at Marseilles with four galleons, at King's orders;
promises to spare Venetians: intends to attack Algiers, 916.
Danvers, Henry, Lord Danvers of Dauntsey, employed in Ireland, 78;
ordered to retake Derry, 248;
sent to England in custody for sheltering the pirate Ward, 363 and note.
Dauncer. See Dutziger.
Dauphin, Lesdiguires sent to, 758.
Davicollo, Giesua, the Jew, acting as Dragoman, 221.
Davys, Sir John, knight, 323 note
De auctoritate pontificia, Barclay's, 527, 555.
De pseudomarterio, published, 786.
De Schismate Anglicano, a book condemned by King James, 812.
Defterdar, the, 281.
Delawarr, Lord. See West, Thomas.
Delfino, Dolfin, John, Cardinal, with the French Ambassador in the garden when the murder of King Henry IV is announced, 915.
Denball, Sampson, pirate at Tunis, 415 note.
Denmark, envoy from expected in Holland, for peace negotiations, 130;
Envoy from, in Paris, 244;
succession to the throne in, settled by the Diet, 288;
King's book to be sent to, 527, 536, 539.
- King of. See Christian IV.
Deptford, shipbuilding at, 511;
Contarini received at, 777.
Derry, in hands of the Irish, 248,
their fear of the Governor, 255 and note,
they retire from, 269 and note;
to be refounded by the City of London, 778 and note.
Dervish Pasha. Grand Vizier, Envoy sent to, from Persia, arrives after he had been strangled, 65.
Desonzano, 691, 840, 848, 877.
Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, sent Sir Henry Wotton into the Earl of Tyrone's camp, 125;
allusion to his Cadiz expedition, 716.
Dieppe, fishing right of, in English waters, for service of King's Household;
privilege questioned, 109;
proposal to ship French troops at, for Cleves, 947.
Digby, Sir John, knight, receives the French Ambassador, 777.
Dione, Lazzaro, supercargo of the Stella, 952.
Dodici, 468 note
Doe Castle, on Sheep Haven, Ireland, 269 note.
Doge, The. See Donato, Leonardo.
Dogs, presented by King James to the Duke of Wirtemberg, 376;
English, imported to Constantinople by Ambassador Contarini, 416.
Dohna, Christopher, Baron von, Agent of Prince Christian of Hainault, in Venice, 310, 311;
report of his conversations with Father Paul, 716 note;
notifies Henry IV of decision of the Diet of Hall, 799;
arrives in Paris, to ask immediate aid for the Possessioners, 934.
Dolfin. See Delfino.
Dominican Fathers, occupy the Church of St. Peter, in Constantinople, 645, 671, 689.
- Friar, the. See Brizuela.
Dominis, Marc Antonio de, Ex-Archbishop of Spalato, p. xix.
Donado, Nadal, Bailey of Corfu, 956.
Donato, Leonardo, Doge of Venice, thanks Sir Henry Wotton for copy of pamphlet on the Interdict, 15;
speeches by, to Sir Henry Wotton, 49;
replies to Sir Anthony Sherley's messenger, 61;
receives Henry Lello, 65;
replies to Sir Henry Wotton, re the Corsaletta, 85;
denies Venetian desire to expel English from the Levant, 106;
his remarks on the arrest of the Corsaletta, 111;
replies to Papal Nuncio re book against Jesuits, 124;
his replies to Sir Henry Wotton, particularly touching the Earl of Tyrone, 165;
his reply to Sir Henry Wotton on the Csar case 179,
the case of the Soderina, &c., 200;
declines further concessions in the Csar case, 218;
assents to Sir Henry Wotton's proposal for revision of the Anglo-Venetian Naval Convention, &c., 241;
to be invited to be sponsor at the baptism of the Duke of Anjou, 255, 264, 293;
replies to Sir Henry Wotton;
had himself trained Venetian Resident in Florence, 276;
expresses pleasure at Sir Henry Wotton's continuance at Venice, 287;
endorses the opinion in the city of Sir Henry's credit with the Senate, 293;
replies to Sir Henry Wotton, 304, 310, 316, 323, 334, 351, 381, 407, 468, 490, 546;
assures the Nuncio that, without breaking with England, King James' book will be watchfully treated, 557, 565;
accepts the Premonition from Sir Henry Wotton, 562 (p. 306);
Queen Anne laments that she had never met, 564;
his presence at interview with Sir Henry Wotton desired, 622,
he attends the Cabinet, for the first time, after an illness, and accepts Sir Henry's withdrawal of his resignation, 625;
replies to Sir Henry Wotton re the Corsaletta, 639,
to his secretary, 696,
to Sir Henry, 701, 716;
his appreciation of the greatness of the Dutch Republic, 716;
his usual ability of expression alluded to, 729 a;
in reply to Sir Henry Wotton, narrates how the reform of the Calendar was introduced into Venice, 761;
answers M. de Champigny's enquiries as to Sir Anthony Sherley, 809;
professes ignorance of the Prince of Cond's passage through Venetian territory, 877;
in reply to M. de Champigny says the Bailo has the usual orders, re the Jesuits, 881;
receives Sir Henry Wotton after many months, 907, 917, 949.
Donne, John, seeks appointment as Secretary of Virginia, 449.
Doopledam, Lord of. See Vandermyle.
Doria, Andrea, Prince of Melfi, Turkish dread of, 459.
Dortrecht, Councillor, Pensioner, of. See Berkes, Jehan.
Dotto, Antonio, son of Zuanpolo, of Padua, petition for, by Sir Henry Wotton, to Doge and Senate, 77;
he surrenders at Venice, 96, 97, 98;
Sir Henry petitions for, 381, 407, 562, 592, 696, 701;
in Florence, 701,
employed by the Grand Duke, 716,
further petition on behalf of, by Sir Henry Wotton, 907.
Douai, libels issued from English College at, 588, 592.
Douglas, Sir George, assists the Lady Arabella;
is arrested, 752 and note,
was to have visited the Porte on her behalf, 774.
-, Sir Robert, knight, Master of the Horse to the Prince of Wales, in Venice, 546 (p. 295) and note,
brings compliment to King James from the Dowager Grand Duchess of Tuscany, 803.
Dover, Straits of, 8;
passage between, and Calais, closed by King's orders, 155;
Venetian Ambassador crosses to, 344, 770.
-, despatch dated at, 770.
Downes, Andrew, Greek Professor at Cambridge, translates the King's book, 539 note.
Draper, Launcelot, dragoman of the English Embassy in Constantinople, has right of patronage of the Church of St. Peter, there, refuses to invest the Jesuits, 645;
reinvests the Dominicans, 671,
for another twelve years, 689;
undertakes to keep the Franciscans in the Church of Santa Maria, 723.
Dresden, the King of Denmark to visit the Duke of Saxony at, 875.
Drummond, William, of Hawthornden, cited in note to, 774.
Duarte, French privateer, 628 and note.
Ducats. See Money.
Duelling, French decision as to, 394;
cases of, in England, 444, 719,
in Flanders, 728, 835 note.
Dumont, 'Corps Diplomatique,' cited, pp. xi. xv.
Dunbar, Earl of. See Home.
Dunfermline, Earl of. See Seton.
Dungannon, Lungane, Earl of. See O'Neil, Hugh.
Dunquerque, men of, capture Dutch boats before the truce comes into operation, 14;
garrison of, on point of mutiny, for lack of pay, 430;
ships built at, for the King of Spain, limited in size by the dimensions of the port;
growth of the trade of;
strongly garrisoned by the Archdukes, 600;
Spanish ships built at, to be floated out of, 665;
the Archdukes propose to excavate the harbour, 700;
the Prince of Cond said to have taken ship at, 826.
Duodo, Piero, his mission to England mentioned, 305;
orders by, as one of the Biformatori of the Studio di Padova, 621, 622.
Durham House, 497 note.
Dsseldorf, in the Duchy of Cleves, English support for the Princes in, 593;
the Princes in, appeal from the Imperial Commissioners to the Emperor, 611;
the Marquis of Brandenburg expected in, with horse, from Prussia, 650;
Sir Ralph Winwood goes to the Princes at, 708, 725;
Dutch will not send Ambassadors to, till other Protestant Princes have sent theirs, 714;
Christian von Bellin reports himself at, 717;
Winwood to be sent to, 794,
accompanied by the Danish Ambassador, 803, 813;
Danish Ambassador at, 817;
affairs at, to be reported to King James, 838;
the two Princes together in, 850;
contingent from Holland about to march to, 897;
Ambassadors from, in England, send Courier to, on death of King Henry IV, 918;
Baron Dohna leaves, for Paris, 934;
Sir Ralph Winwood ordered to proceed to, from the Hague, 957.
Duysburg, despatch dated at, 603.