Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25, 1640-1642. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1924.
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Bailo. See under ambassadors, Venetian, at Porte.
Bachero, Bachino. See Baker.
exported from England to Spain, 235.
Baker (?), Bachero, Buchers, Bachino, Thomas, English gentleman :
French ambassador appeals for, 2-4
-, released, 7.
Balfour, Sir William, lieutenant of the Tower :
will not admit troops sent by king, 149
-, dismissed, 269, 271.
Balsamo, a Greek :
agent for Symonds at Cephalonia 6.
Balthasar, son of Philip IV, prince of Spain, Infant :
proposed marriage to Princess Mary, 23, 107, 116.
portrait of presented to Chevreuse, 38.
Baltic States :
province of Vane, 17n.
Baltic Sea :
Denmark expected English assistance in, 51.
Bar, earl of. See Bourchier, Henry, earl of Bath.
Barbary, Turkish, pirates of :
capture ships for Virginia, 18
-, capture Rebecca, 24n, 32, 33.
cruising in force in Strait, 24
-, fear that may ruin Ocean trade, 34.
appear in Channel, 55
-, Dutch admiral rescues English from, 63.
proposed fund for squadron to blockade in ports, 136, 182.
Levant Co. represents damage done by, 168
-, reprisals on permitted, 172.
squadron prepared against, 289.
- See also Algiers
Barberino, Francesco, cardinal :
in no hurry to create cardinals, 50
-, present to queen, 66.
asks Venetian protection for Rosetti, 106
-, thanks Giustinian for protecting, 118.
queen asks loan of, 117.
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain :
outbreak at, 51
-, defeat of royal army at, 121.
Barclay, Robert, Scottish commissioner to England :
-, arrested, 38
-, committed to justices, 38n
-, detained, 41n.
Barimech, baron. See Hamilton, William, earl of Lanark.
Barwell, Barvel, co. Surrey :
dispatches dated at, 227, 228, 230
plague at, 231.
Barzler, Captain John, master of the Jean Barberie, 144n.
Bastwick, John :
reception in London, on release, 103.
Bath, earl of. See Bourchier.
Bath and Wells, bishop of. See Pierce, William.
Batvil, baron. See Montagu, Edward, viscount Mandeville.
Bavaria, House of :
France serving interest, 188.
deputy of, at Ratisbon, 273, 274.
duke of. See Maximilian.
Baxsier, earl of. See Howard, Thomas, earl of Berks.
Beale, Thomas :
reports Catholic plot, 251.
-, earl of. See Russel, Francis
-, Russel, William.
Bellasis, John, son of lord Fauconberg, Sig. di Bolat :
notables send to Scots, 87.
-, Thomas, lord Fauconberg, 87n.
Bellievre, Pompone de, French ambassador in England :
Charles speaks to about Palatine, 4
-, evasive reply, 5.
representations against granting ships to Spain, 5.
to give Louis oral account of English affairs, 7
-, not returning to England, 10.
takes leave, 11
-, present to and departure, 15
-, offence taken at departure, 15, 20.
assures Richelieu that nothing to fear from England, 16.
induces Palatine to give satisfaction required, 26.
Belluno [Prov. Belluno, Italy] :
despatches dated at, 217.
-, Podesta of. See Thiepolo.
Benciello, Benezelli, Benizello, Bonicelli, Angelo, of Athens :
agreement with English merchants, 156
-, particulars of dispute with Hobson, 255, 256.
-, Dimitri, of Athens :
agreement with English merchants, 156
-, charge of fraud against, 156, 157.
disputes with merchants of London, Leghorn and Genoa, 158
-, suit of Hobson against, 227, 233, 278
-, alleged tampering with justice, 228.
Bensted, Thomas, rioter :
Berks, county of :
petitions for removal of taxes unauthorised by parliament, 71.
-, earl of. See Howard Thomas.
ship from, in London, merchants ask for reprisals on, 30.
Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey, lord High Chamberlain, earl of Lince, Linse :
ordered to resign Berwick to Northumberland, 12
-, meets Prince William of Orange, 142.
king empowers to assent to bills, 151
-, tries to persuade king not to go to Scotland, 202
-, sent to apologise to Giustinian, 246.
Berwick on Tweed :
Northumberland supersedes Lindsey as Governor of, 12.
troops sent to, 15, 23, 30
-, ready for offensive, 59
-, mutiny at (?) 61.
Scots establish quarters near, 44, and erect fort, 52.
Edinburgh garrison allowed to go to, 87.
Scots demand demolition of fortifications, 102, 127.
Scots ask leave to take guns through, 208, 209
-, Leslie does not use permission, 212.
English to dismiss garrison, 212, 215
-, troops and munitions from sent to London, 215, 222.
parliament commissioners at, 213.
-, governor of. See Conyers, Sir John.
Berwick, pacification of :
Scots claim nothing beyond observance, 23
-, hopes of peace from, 55.
Beverweert, lord of. See Nassau, Louis de.
Billingbear, co. Berks :
Lunsford arrested at, 285n.
Billingsley, Captain :
arrest ordered, 149n.
Biscay. See Vizcaya.
Charles means Scots to retain, 17, 20
-, commissioners insist on expulsion, 23.
London mob wants to chase away, 47
-, parliamentarians mean to deprive of vote, 84.
Scottish manifesto against, 70
-, Scots demand expulsion, 102
-, city demands same, 108.
alarm of Anglican at Scottish demands, 102
-, preachers demand removal, 118.
Scots ask compensation from goods of, 118.
parliament divided about, 124, 154, 160, 164, 167, 207, 236
-, Commons decide to retain without seat in Lords, 133.
people demand suppression, 154
-, alleged complicity in army plot, 163.
parliamentarians mean to abolish, 167
-, memorials to Commons in favour of, 242.
king nominates five for, 236.
petition from city against, 264
-, rioters demand removal, 272.
twelve sent to Tower, 272
-, rising feeling against, 273.
Commons demand removal from Lords, 284, 288
-, people demand exclusion, 291
-, king considers matter, 293
-, gives way, 296.
Blake, Robert :
sent on mission to Morocco by Philip IV, 121.
Blount, Mountjoy, earl of Newport :
commander of the artillery, master general of the ordnance 12
-, Holland sends to parliament, 183.
given charge of Tower, 206
-, at meeting to discuss resistance to king, 215.
king accuses, parliament takes up case, 272
-, deputation to queen, 285.
Bohemia, queen of. See Elizabeth, Princess Palatine.
Bolat. See Bellasis.
Boldu, Mare Antonio :
banished to Corfu, 11.
taken by English to Constantinople, 115.
Bonaventure, royal ship :
sent for Velada, 15.
Bondumier, Avogador, 256 :
Bonicelli. See Benicello.
Bonnefons, sieur de. almoner of queen mother :
sent to France for help, 120.
Bordeaux. archbishop of. See Sourdis.
Bordet. See Burdet.
Boswell, Bosuel, William, English Agent in the Netherlands :
sent back to Hague about East Indies agreement, 54
-, waiting for appointemnt of commissioners, 60.
Dutch companies disinclined to take up proposals, 67
-, asks States to stop sending munitions to Scots, 90
-, asks passage for queen mother, 200.
Bouillon, duke of. See Tour d' Auvergne.
Bourbon, Louis de, count of Soissons, Suisson, 203 :
Lisola sent to, 226.
Bourchier, Henry, earl of Bath, Bar :
urges punishment for opening Venetian packet, 247.
Bouthillier, Leon, count of Chavigny, Savigni, French secretary of State :
Leicester complains of, 1
-, talk with Correr about Palatine's release, 9
-, visits Palatine, 22
-, offended at appeal to parliament over Cesy's debts, 135.
Boyle, Richard, earl of Cork :
-, -, Francis and Robert, sons of, travelling to Venice, 204.
Braganza, house of :
claims recognised, 134, 137.
-, duke of. See John IV, king of Portugal.
Brandenburg, margrave of. See Frederick, William.
Brazil, S. America :
Spaniards want English help to turn Dutch out of, 43.
Brederode, John de, M. de Brederot, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England, 230 :
instructions to, 107
-, to interpose for settlement with Scots, 109
-, sets out, 110.
-, first public audience, 113
-, difference over precedence, 114, 115.
makes proposals, commissioners appointed for, 116
-, reports marriage settled, 120
-, overtures for alliance, 116,117
-, proposals presented by, 126-128.
tries to get princess sooner, 121, 134, 140, 147.
suspicions of king's sincerity, 122
-, more satisfied, sends report, 125.
king wants to use to mollify parliament, 124
-, fear of fresh difficulties from lords, 126
-, doubts removed, 129.
Palatine hopes to profit by negotiations, 130
-, gets treaty signed, to forestall Palatine, 133
-, bitter against Palatine, 135.
Portuguese ambassador profits by offices, 132.
urges completion of marriage, 145
-, takes leave, 154
-, departs 160
-, reports to prince, 163.
Breisach [Boden, Germany] :
hope that French will hand over to Palatine, 8.
Brescia, Italy :
Rectors of, 204.
Brz, marquis of. See Maill, Urbain de.
Bristol, co. Gloucester :
queen and Court going to, 194, 207.
-, earl of. See Digby, John.
Britanny, France :
fears of Spanish landing in, 19.
Bromfeilde, Sir Edward, alderman of London :
case of Clopton before, 219.
Brooke, lord. See Greville, Robert.
Brownrigg, Richard, bishop of Norwich :
king nominates, 236n
-, sent to Tower, 272, 273.
Bruc, Bruch. See Greville, Robert, lord Brooke.
Bruce, Brus, Colonel :
sent to Ireland for troops, 59.
Brussels, [Belgium] :
news from, 28, 163.
Gerbier entertains d' Albot at, 12
-, Chevreuse going to, 39.
Prince Casimir leaves for, 32
-, Gerbier arrives from, 142.
John James educated at, 100n.
letters to for passports to Ratisbon, 135
-, Martelli sent to, for passport, 161.
queen mother going to, 203
-, Arundel to visit, 227.
Buchers. See Baker.
Buglione. See Tour d' Auvergne, Frederick Maurice de la, duke of Bouillon.
Burdet, Bordet, William, acting consul at Zante, 88 :
Levant Co. want delivered up, 56, 57
-, instructions to Giustinian upon, 64.
Talbot expects to be delivered up, 64n
-, Talbot asks for imprisonment, 69, 82.
Senate promises to deliver up, 82
-, ambiguous behaviour of Senate over, 82, 83.
Burgos, Spain :
Malvezzi starts from, 31.
Burton, Henry :
reception in London, on release, 103.