Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 16, 1619-1621. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1910.
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Baclif, ensign, English mercenary, 129.
Bacon, Francis, lord Verulam, the Lord Chancellor:
-, Lando visits, 120; attends Council about Donato, 140; draws up paper with reasons for calling parliament, 440; sets guard over Spanish embassy, 502n.
-, created viscount St. Albans, 562n; Lord North reproves, 590n.
Baden, margarve of. See William.
Badoaro, Cavalier Anzolo, 268, 269, 406.
-, may come to England, 269; Venice asks for arrest, 288; Venice takes action against, 294.
Baia, Prov. Napoli, Italy, 60, 95, 104, 225.
Bailly, Balif, of Valesani, at Turin, 343.
Bailo. See Ambassador, Venetian at Porte.
Baily, Dr., rebuked for praying for king of Bohemia, 110n.
Balan, Henry, English courier, 88.
-, -, -, -, at Hague, 99.
Balbi, Giacomo, 341.
Baldi, Robert, English mercenary, 130.
Banck, Ricardo, English mercenary, 130.
Barandal, Nicholas, English mercenary, 130.
Barbarigo, Antonio, Venetian Proveditore General of the fleet:
-, Muscorno to serve, 324; exchanges courtesies with Turks, 403n.
Barbarigo, Gregorio, Venetian ambassador in England, 17.
-, letter of, 212; treatment by Gondomar, 213, 214; Willoughby approaches for command, 552n.
Barbaro, Antonio, Venetian Proveditore General, 2.
-, to take information about Gran Zaffiro, 601.
Barbary, 55, 60, 71.
-, pirates, 324.
-, care little for Guise, 33; defeated by knights of Malta, 86.
-, pirates may go to, 335, 355; de Lormes' pirates withdraw to, 371, 382, 383; no longer in, 422.
-, demands of Mansell's fleet of, 522.
Barchi, Alessandro, servant of Donato, 81, 84.
-, sent to France and Turin, 26, 28; arrested, 29, 48; Donato anxious about, 38.
-, accompanied Donato to Venice, 80; presents received by, 82; Donato fears may be sent to Venice, 90; possibility of obtaining information from, 160, 163.
-, arrives with courier, 161; sent to court, 162.
-, -, -, -, wife of, serves Donato as cook, 180.
Barfleur, Berfror [Manche, France]: de Lormes brings pirates to, 281.
Bari [Prov. Bari, Italy], 64.
Barnevelt. See Olden Barneveld.
Basadonna, Alvise, Savio alla Mercanzia, 404.
-, Aerssens reported at, 344.
Basso, courier, 354, 365, 373.
Bassompierre, Francis, count of, M. de Bosampier, French ambassador extraordinary to Spain:
-, expected appointment, 535; Venice rejoices at mission, 522.
-, confidences with Corner, 592.
-, orders return of goods brought in foreign vessels, 177.
-, Lando traverses, 41.
-, news from, 492.
-, -, duke of. See Maximilian.
Bear. See Ships, names of.
Bearn [Basses Pyrnees, France], 397.
-, Louis moves against Huguenots of, 396; Louis' action in, incenses English, 485.
-, disobedient subjects of, 527.
Beaulieu, Beuule, co. Hants:
-, James at, 376, 388.
bedding for LordMaltravers at Padua, 557.
Bedford, countess of. See Russel, Lucy.
-, -, earl of. See Russel, Edward.
Bedli, Robert, English mercenary, 132.
Bedmar, Belmar, marquis of. See Cueva, Alonso de.
beer, for lord Maltravers at Padua, 55; for fleet, 434.
-, monopoly of, 459.
Belech, Belig. See Black.
Bellarmine, Cardinal Robert Francis Romulus:
-, attack on James, 581.
Bellegarde, Caesar Augustus de, baron of Termes:
-, arming against Savoy, 360.
Belmar. See Bedmar.
-, question of raising, 433; voluntary offer becomes, 458; letters sent out for, 471, 472.
Benincausa. See Buwinckhausen.
Bentivoglio, Guido, papal nuncio in France:
-, Cond praises, 289.
Bentusen, M. de, burgomaster of Hoorn and deputy of Delft, envoy to England about fisheries, 420.
Berfror. See Barfleur.
Bergamo [Prov. Bergamo, Italy], 343.
-, fortifications repaired, 486; Spanish designs on, 588.
-, -, Rectors of, accused of stirring trouble in Valtelline, 449.
Berkshire, earl of. See Norris.
Berlinchen, Berlinghen [Neumark, Brandenburg, Germany]:
-, Palatine withdraws to, 541.
Berne, Switzerland, letters dated from, 380.
-, Wake asks for that Vico be retained, 30; Wake urges, not to let troops through, 33.
-, Wake writes to, 58; asked to enter union, 72; complain of French ambassador, 73.
-, James willing to write to, about stopping passage of troops, 230; Jacob sent to, 332n.
-, letter from, 332; letter of Wake to, 359; reply to Savoy, 380; Spain incites Catholic Swiss against, 413.
-, Wake writes to, 446; recall troops from Grisons, 505, 506; assured of Venetian good will, 506.
-, James hopes will move, 54; write to Wake for Geneva, 584.
-, Wake wants to keep Spanish troops away from, 246; will move about Valtelline, 343, 344.
-, designs of Spaniards against, 366; prepare to help Grisons, 373, 374, 399; ask help from James, 400.
-, ask help of Lesdiguieres, 426; ready to help common cause, 427, 435; on guard on Savoy frontier, 549.
-, fears of, 561.
Beroclia, co. Hants, isle of Wight, 348n.
Bertie, Henry, lord Willoughby of Eresby, lord Vuilebi:
-, proposed Venetian command for, 552; Lando treats with, 605; terms too high, 619.
Bes, Francis, English mercenary, 132.
Betfort, Madame. See Russel, Lucy, countess of Bedford.
Bethune, Philip de, count of Bethune, Donato sends to, 26, 29.
-, ambassador extraordinary of France to Germany:
-, Herbert wishes to start, 217; Wotton tells of negotiations with emperor, 424.
-, Wotton tries to arrange accommodation with, 446.
Betnan, John, English mercenary, 133.
Beuule. See Beaulieu.
bibles, heretical, reported at Venice, 409.
Bilfor, Richard, English mercenary, 132.
Bingham, Byngham, captain John:
-, member of Council of War, 543n; ready to serve Venice, 606.
-, will not agree to troops bearing cost of voyage, 608; agreement signed by, 609.
Bins, Thomas da, English mercenary, 130.
Biondi, Giovanni Francesco, agent of Savoy in England:
-, Donato's conduct at supper of, 79; house of, 84.
Bixera? Buxtehude, Hanover, Germany, 536.
Black, Belech, Blech, Blach, Belig, captain, English pirate, 280, 282.
-, hanged, 358, 370, 383; captured, 382.
Black Lion. See Ships, names of.
-, Cossacks trouble Turks by, 334.
Blech. See Black.
Bli, John, English mercenary, 131.
Boch, John de, English mercenary, 130.
Boetzelaer, Gideon van, lord of Langerach, M. de Langerach, ambassador of the Netherlands in France:
-, assures Louis that Anglo Dutch agreement will not hurt French trade, 13.
-, reports French plan to send embassy to Dutch, 74, 87; approached about gun detained at Dieppe, 478; reports Cadenet's mission, 504; treatment of Venetian ambassadors, 568.
-, sends news to Venetian ambassadors, 601; manner of addressing Venetian ambassadors, 614.
-, Cossachs invade, 334.
-, -, prince of. See Alexander, prince of Bogdania.
Bohemia, 3, 13, 23, 49 (1619):
-, Palatine starts for, 28; diet of Rothenburg advises Palatine to take crown, 30.
-, France tries to arrange settlement, 32; Hay to urge Ferdinand to make settlement with, 39.
-, Protestant Germans to help Palatine to defend, 40; forces of, for Palatine, 56.
-, Dutch rejoice at revolt in, 60; Swiss asked to block Spanish troops going to, 72.
-, intent to hold, 76; Wake wants Venice to send ambassy to, 86; and Savoy also, 99.
-, James fears war of, will become one of religion, 91; Hay urges Dutch to See to, 98.
-, Palatine means to secure, 100.
-, proposed Dutch embassy to, 139.
-, kingdom declared elective by Charles IV., 149; Aston to treat of, 150n.
-, desire to confine war to, 168; reported fighting in, 170; Dutch to send commissioners about, 171.
-, Spaniards exonerate James from interference in, 175; James satisfied that elective, 179.
-, Buwinchausen avoids dealing with affairs of, 197, 198; James discusses affairs of, 198, 203.
-, Catholics mean to invade, 197; English eager to go to, 200; Wotton may go to, 207.
-, James urges good treatment of Catholics in, 217; James wishes to join parts of, to Palatinate, 218.
-, forces of Union not meant for, 221; James must not meddle with, 222; Antonini going to, 226, 240.
-, Savoy makes capital of, 231; Savoy's intrigues for crown of, 232; money remitted to, 239.
-, Gondomar only makes general references to, 234; Dutch wish to kindle James upon, 235.
-, gentlemen from Savoy to, 246; hope that Palatine may yield to emperor, 252.
-, troubles of, 257, 277; expects help from England, 260; Savoy to send to, 261.
-, Gray's levies for, 262, 292; English troops for, 297, 337.
-, James pressed to help, 276; James dislikes revolt in, 293; James's supplies to, 347.
-, English hope Spinola will attack, 330, 340; hope to confine war to, 341.
-, Valtelline more useful to Spain, 363; James protests does not wish to meddle with, 371, 381, 438, 440, 448.
-, Spinola thought to be aiming solely at, 372, 375.
-, suspected connection with affairs of Huguenots and Germany, 392.
-, Carleton understands affairs, 398; James sends recommendations to his agent abroad, 400.
-, Vere's force may go to, 403; Bavaria and Saxony recommended to attack, 418, 443, 445.
-, feared designs against Protestants in, 422; Frederick will stake Palatinate for, 425.
-, French consider Palatine cause of trouble in, 428; Gondomar's deception over, 431.
-, Spain wishes to recover, 432; Gondomar says Palatine must give up, 437.
-, rights of emperor to, 446; Buckingham writes to Gondomar about, 451.
-, James will aim at settlement in, 456; James did not advise Palatine to accept, 460.
-, Gondomar circulates Buckingham's letter in, 463; proposed loan of Savoy to estates of, 465.
-, Tuscany wanted defeat, 465; James takes credit for neutrality about, 470.
-, English people wish to help, 479; cruelty of Bucquoi in, 485.
-, proposal that emperor shall hold for life with reversion to Palatine, 489.
-, open to emperor, 492; no official news in England from, 496.
-, James never wished to meddle with, 496, peace if restored to emperor, 499.
-, success in, increases arrogance of Spain, 503; Savoy fears accomodation over, 504; negotiation over, 508.
-, news from, 510.
-, suggested Palatine shall relinquish, 513; Naunton gives James news of, 516.
-, James boasts can send army to, 517; James refuses to meddle with, 520.
-, Wake suggests leaving aside, 531; states of, offer to pay Mansfelt's troops, 532; things going badly, 536.
-, events happen at bad time, 537; Spanish measures against, 556; some good signs, 561.
-, James refers to, in speech to parliament, 562; Mansfelt's service in, 585.
-, movement against Protestants in, 590; Villiers persuades Palatine to give up, 603.
-, James will not meddle with, 612, 621.
-, -, king of. See Ferdinand; Frederick V., Elector Palatine.
-, -, queen of. See Elizabeth, Countess Palatine.
Bohemian party in England:
-, approves English fleet against pirates, 300; wants fleet to sail, 306; hope Spinola will invade Palatinate, 340; discuss junction of Mansell's fleet with Dutch, 393, 394.
-, becoming more inflamed, 394.
Bohemians, 202, 581.
-, place no reliance upon Hay, 1; need help, 2; choose Palatine as king, 5, 6, 12, 20; candidates for, kingship of, 6; Palatine sends help to, 14; prepared for Catholic king, 18; terms suggested for, 20.
-, reasons for rejecting Ferdinand, 24, 30, 38, 44, 136; James will not take up cause, 27.
-, Palatine accepts crown from, 28; refuse Bucquoi's offer of battle, 30.
-, England well disposed to, 34; prayers for success of, forbidden in England, 62.
-, Venetian mercenaries asked for, 69; suggest Savoy as king of Romans, 86.
-, determination to fight to end, 92; Gabor wants to pay his troops, 102.
-, propose to take Vienna, 104; Hay exhorts Dutch to support, 105; Dutch mean to help, 124; Hay supports cause, 127.
-, case of, submitted to James, 145, 149, 150, 159, 175; Charles considers cause just, 151.
-, reported alliance with Gabor, 153; Buwinckhausen keeps clear of affairs, 181.
-, Louis offers mediation, 184, 199; France may prejudice, 194; English will not abandon, 221, 222.
-, James wants Turks to help, 224; manifesto of emperor against, 233.
-, losses at Eggenburg, 236n; Gabor's understanding with, 247; defeat by Bucquoi, 251, 252.
-, kings of Sweden and Denmark will help, 259; Lorrainers help, 298; Venice said to have abandoned, 336.
-, bitterness of James against, 274; James promises peace, to,322; cannot stand alone,365.
-, confederacy with Lutherans of Austria, 444; did not tell James of Frederick's election, 448.
-, James would not declare upon rights or wrongs of, 451.
-, Spain asks for James's mediation with, 461; James did not object to breaking loose from Austria, 463.
-, proposed agreement with Hungarians and Germans only to make peace together, 484.
-, defeat at White Mountain, 492, 495, 508, 517, 519; still vigorous, 498.
-, attempt to bring odium upon, 538; proposed terms of settlement, 541.
-, did nothing without James's knowledge, 553.
Boil. See Grimaldi, Hannibal de, count of Bueil.
Boischot, Ferdinand, ambassador of Flanders in England:
-, James excuses himself about Bohemia to, 53.
Boissise, lord of. See Thumery, John de.
Bon, Ottaviano, Venetian ambassador in France:
-, pardoned at request of French king, 142, 143.
Boni, Hiches, English mercenary, 131.
Bonne, Francis de, duke of Lesdiguires, marshal of France: 465.
-, Donato's peculations from, 114; at meeting at Lyons, 360; relations with Savoy, 366.
-, consulted by Savoy about diversion against Hapsburgs, 376; Savoy confers with about Valtelline. 379, 413.
-, Bernese ask help, 426; Bernese rejoice at offer of, 427; going to Turin, 436.
-, Wake negotiates secretly with, 446; Wake to incite about Valtelline, 474; to be asked to help Venice, 475.
-, intrigues with Savoy against Genoa, 485; Savoy only influences France through, 504.
-, French propose to arm, 505; may not resist temptation of Constableship, 505.
-, communicates with Wake, 514; Savoy wishes to consult about Mansfelt, 531; Savoy fears offending, 532.
-, promises to move France against Spain, 561; advice valued, 572.
-, offers to help Savoy, 574; Genevese appeal to, about Savoy, 584.
-, discovery of, in prisons of priests, to be scattered broadcast in England, 464.
-, - See bibles; Caccia, la; Meditation on the Crown of Thorns; Pruritanus; Vox populi.
Bordeaux [Gironde, France]:
-, Gondomar writes from, 190; Louis leaves for, 396; ambassadors not to go to, 397.
Borgia, Cardinal Gaspar:
-, Filiberto to confer with, 35; to replace Osuna at Naples, 156, 164, 165.
-, appointment approved, 172; Osuna asks to wait, 178; ordered to go at once, 183.
-, Osuna tries to hinder, 192; will ask Philip for definite orders, 200; anxious to take up the Viceroyalty, 208; leaving for Naples, 215, 225; enters Naples, 273; Venice hopes better things from, 287.
-, Osuna swears revenge against, 304; gets back Osuna's ship, 316.
-, commended by James, 327, and Charles, 328; Osuna tries to discredit, 381.
-, prudent rule, 519.
Borisi, Marc' Antonio, dragoman of the Venetian embassy at Constantinople:
-, execution, 158, 195, 201, 236, 392; James condemns execution, 234.
Borle, Alexander, English mercenary, 132.
Bormio [Prov. Sondrio, Italy]:
-, Grisons take, 395, 421; Grisons abandon, 407, 408, 411, 448, 452.
-, Spaniards boast about, 453.
Born, Michael, English mercenary, 132.
-, -, Walter, English mercenary, 133.
Bosampier. See Bassompierre.
Bosca Longa. See Ships, names of.
Bosco, Giai de, English mercenary, 132.
Bosis, courier, 109, 125, 134, 139.
-, claims against Venice, 271, 293, 304, 334, 364.
-, satisfaction given to, 346.
Boteucher, Edward, English mercenary, 131.
Bouillon, duke of. See Tour, Henry de la.
Bouincauser, Bouincauter. See Buwinckhausen.
Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, Spaniards tear picture representing taking of, 480.
Bourbon, house of, 218.
Bourbon, Anne of, countess of Soissons:
-, promises of Prince Vittorio and Luynes about marriage, 31; flees to Angers in disgust, 296; offended about marriage, 397.
-, -, Louis de, count of Soissons: to marry Henrietta Maria, 31, 183; marriage postponed, 224; flees to Angers in disgust, 296; offended about marriage, 397; proposed return to Court, 514.
Bourbon Cond, Henry of, Prince of Cond:
-, policy expressed to Contarini, 52; threatens peace of France, 91; opinion of ambassadors, 289.
-, sent Du Buisson to England, 373, 397; incites Louis against Huguenots, 392, 396.
-, Herbert to remonstrate with, 393; reported going to conquer Navarre, 396, 419.
-, in a better form of mind, 453; says king will not interfere to prolong Dutch truce, 502.
-, reported with Cadenet in England, 523.
Boyle, Richard, made earl of Cork and viscount Dungarvon,473n.
-, news from, 322.
-, Spain afraid to denude of troops, 341; Arundel's service in, 597.
-, Council in:
-, decide not to touch Palatinate, 375.
-, Chancellor of. See Peckius, Peter.
Bradbere, Gion, English mercenary, 133.
Bragadin, Maria, 80.
Brai, Giles, English mercenary, 130.
-, queen of Bohemia does not care to take refuge in, 536; Palatine joins wife in, 554.
-, -, margrave, prince elector of, See George William; John Sigismund.
Brandenburg and Anspach, margrave of. See Joachim Ernest, margrave of Anspach.
Bravo, Don Juan, Spanish commander in Valtelline:
-, Spanish boasts about, 453.
-, -, Don Luis, Spanish ambassador at Venice, 243.
-, violence against, at Venice, 316, 373; report of Gondomar to, 251; apologies and representations of Senate to, on Colonna affair, 397; tries to prevent peace between Venice and Turks, 435; leaving Venice, 477; reported offended with Venice, 502, 512.
Brazil, fleet from, 278.
Bredimer, Serjeant Roger, English mercenary, 131.
-, difficulties of Denmark with, 515.
Brent, Erigo, English mercenary, 133.
Brescia [Prov. Brescia, Italy]:
-, fortifications repaired, 486; Spanish designs on, 588.
Breslau, Ratislavia, Silesia, Germany:
-, bishopric of, 247.
-, Palatine supposed to be at, 493; Palatine leaves, 541.
-, -, bishop of. See Charles, brother of the Emperor Ferdinand.
Brielle, Briell [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands], 95, 105, 610.
-, Lando at, 61; Lando leaves, 66; Buwinckhausen to sail from, 181.
-, Vere's levies to land at, 314, 331; held as pledge by England, 537.
Brinch, Richard, English mercenary, 130.
Brindisi [Prov. Lecce, Italy]:
-, orders to treat Venetians well at, 55; Osuna going to, 71.
Bristol, co. Gloucester:
-, ship of, rescued from pirates by Mansell's fleet, 486n.
Bromse, John, English mercenary, 132.
Bron, Thomas, English mercenary, 130.
Bruce, Sir Henry:
-, sent to Scotland to raise levies, 434.
Bruges [Prov. West Flanders, Belgium]:
-, James claims debt from, 207.
Brlart, Nicholas, lord of Sillery, chancellor of France:
-, objects to Anglo Dutch agreement in Indies, 12; inclined to help emperor, 86.
-, complains of treatment of Tillires, 241; opinions on Valtelline affair, 427, 460; says James would like France to do what he ought, 428.
-, -, Peter, vicmte de Puisieux:
-, objects to Anglo Dutch agreement in Indies, 12; inclined to help emperor, 86.
-, complains of treatment of Tillires, 241; assurances about Valtelline, 506; says they will help Union, 614.
Brlart de Leon, Charles, M. de Leon, M. de Lione, French ambassador at Venice:
-, asks for help to settle Germany, 165; sets bravi on Juven, 180; speaks against Palatine, 185, 196.
-, at Turin, 260; may oppose de Lormes' offers, 266; insults Aerssens, 295; report about Aerssens, 375, 376, 412.
Brun, Henry, English mercenary, 132.
-, Queen of Bohemia at, 536.
-, -, duke of. See Frederick Ulrich.
Brussels [Prov. Brabant, Belgium]: 47, 243, 261, 405, 539, 598, 601, 603.
-, news from, 20, 58, 63, 265, 279, 367, 374, 497, 588, 600.
-, Stodder's relations with, 123; Gondomar may go to, 159; James claims debt from, 206.
-, posts to, 234; contract dated at, 262.
-, Macdonnel flees to, 251; Lormes awaited at, 266; Lormes at, 272, 356; Spaniards fear risings in, 341.
-, Conway and Weston at, 348, 353, 437; Carleton's despatch taken to, 352; Conway and Weston leave, 371.
-, reported plot at, against James, 386, 387; English rebels at, 387; Lazari going to, 407; Lafuente goes to, 458.
-, Pasini leaves for, 469; rejoicings at defeat of Palatine, 496; Rurago at, 498; Digby to go to, 563, 589, 592.
-, negotiations transferred to, 569, 599, 603; Digby reaches, 612; French ambassador going to, 613; Dickenson sent to, 615.
Bruyning, Albert, deputy of West Friesland, Dutch ambassador to England, 532n.
Buck, Buch, captain:
-, agent of the king of Poland, 297.
Buckingham, marquis of. See Villiers, George.
-, Gondomar's tour in, 394n.
Bucorst, Dutch ambassador to France:
-, Surian calls on, 532.
Bucquoi, count of. See Longeval, Charles de.
-, Pasha of, 304; preparations of, 237.
Budweis, Bohemia, 139.
Bueil, John de, count of Sancerre, 280n.
-, -, -, -, Jacqueline, sister of, 280n.
Bueil, Boil. See Grimaldi, Hannibal de, count of Bueil.
Buisson, M. du:
-, comes to suggest a French marriage for Charles, 353; reception of, 354; asks that Longueville be not received in England, 373.
Bulion. See Tour, Henry de la, duke of Bouillon.
Bunychausen, Bunynchausen. See Buwinckhausen.
-, Spanish troops to pass through, 246, Mansfelt to occupy part of, 574; Mansfelt to have for self, 596.
Burgundians, levies of, 600.
Burlamachi, Filippo, Italian merchant, 269.
-, friend of Donato, 80, 84; takes Donato's goods, 87, 90, 91; Donato frequents house, 85.
-, claims of English owners against, 94; escapes fine for exporting gold, 170.
-, house at Putney, 172; arranges payment of Venetian posts, 186; to pay Grays' levies, 206.
-, arranges remittance for Bohemia, 239; remits money to Nurenberg for Palatine, 348, 353.
-, letters sent to Dominis by, 404.
Button. See Wotton.
Buwinckhausen, Bunychausen, Bunynchausen, Bouincauser, Bouincauter, Benincausa, councillor of the duke of Wirtemberg, envoy of the Palatine and the Union to James:
-, staying at Amsterdam, 148; tries to obtain articles of Dutch Venetian alliance, 166.
-, at Hague, asks help from Union, 181; expected in England, 185; reaches England, 191.
-, expectations from James, 181, 190; curiosity in Netherlands about, 194.
-, presses James for help for Union, 197, 198; to go to France to undeceive king, 198; importunes James, 204.
-, argues with James, 205; gets promise of help from James, 211, 216, 219; James's advice to, 219.
-, going to France, 216, 220; difficulty about accepting present, 220.
-, argument with Secretaries, 220.
-, doubtful about accepting loan for Palatine, 221; James busy with, 224.
-, leaves for France, accepts present, 229; reaches Paris, duties of, 233.
-, disabuses French misconceptions about Palatine, 233, 240.
-, reported to have left England in dudgeon, 247; report brought by, 264; James suspects did not make correct report, 274; duke of Wirtemberg discouraged by reports of, 310; princes understand message, 429.
Buxtehude ? Bixera. Hanover, Germany, 536.
Byngham. See Bingham.