Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 26, 1642-1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1925.
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Dalzell, Robert, earl of Carnwath :
king sends to Scotland, 270
-, supposed betrayal by, 275
-, at Edinburgh, 284
-, put under arrest, 293.
Dandovert. See Howard, Charles, viscount Andover.
Danes. See Denmark.
d'Arbi. See Derby.
Darmoud. See Yarmouth, Great.
Denbigh county :
Fielding lord lieutenant of, 211n.
Denmark and Danes :
parliament sends two ships to, 31
-, ships from with munitions for king, 203.
threatened coalition against emperor, 48.
offer of mediation, 203, 207
-, offer of help, 211
-, fear of help reaching king from, 220, 223, 235.
queen's hope of help from, 244
-, ships sent to stop help from, 249.
Swedes will not salute admiral of, 303.
-, fleet :
ready to be sent to England, 241.
-, king of. See Christian IV.
Derby, d'Arbi, co. Derby :
king goes to, 160.
Derby, county, Arbi, d'Arbi :
gentry of declare for king, 65
-, supports king's cause, 84.
king's visit to, 167.
-, earl of. See Stanley, James
-, Stanley, William.
Desmond. See Butler, James, earl of Ormonde.
d'Estampes. See Estampes.
Devereux, Robert, earl of Essex, 188 :
king deprives of office of Great Chamberlain, 42
-, probable commander of English forces in Ireland, 46.
made general of parliament forces, 106, 123
-, extensive powers of, 113.
ordered to enlist large force, 118
-, busy enlisting cavalry, 123.
means to march on royalist counties, 123
-, to march against king, 135, 140, 147.
king proclaims a traitor, parliament backs, 136
-, parliament demands withdrawal of proclamation, 146.
measures to secure Kent, 140
-, pretexts for delaying march, 154
-, possible dissatisfaction, 154, 160, 165.
desires office of Grand Constable, 154, 160, 276
-, petition to present to king, 171, 173, 187.
about to march, 155
-, starts, 159
-, halts at Northampton, 159, 165
-, urged to advance, 166.
to approach king with army and present demands, 160
-, king avoiding attack, 161
-, king's movements depend on, 173.
writes for money, 165.
suspicions of, 165, 300, 301, 305
-, council appointed for, 167.
marches to Coventry, 169
-, and on to Worcester, 170, 180
-, disorders in army, 175.
asks for more men, 170, 187
-, billets men about Worcester, increases forces, 176.
Richmond said to have passport from, 174.
king refuses to receive petition from, 176, 182.
ordered to engage king, 176
-, but expected to adopt Fabian tactics, 176, 177.
measures to stop king's march, asks for reinforcements and instructions, 182
-, stays at Worcester, 187.
lack of confidence in army, 187
-, asks for lighter artillery, 187
-, measures to reinforce, 192.
leaves Worcester, fight at Edgehill, 191.
withdraws to Warwick, 191
-, comes to London, busy gathering recruits, 198, 203.
parliament makes grant to, 203
-, suspicions of among Commons, 219.
growing dissatisfaction of, 207
-, mission of peers to in interest of peace, 216, 217, 219.
advances to Kingston, 210
-, urged to attack king's quarters, 216, 219.
pass of required for communication with Court, 234.
unsuccessful moves against Reading, 235, 240
-, parliament consults about campaign, 246.
sends account of money owed by parliament, 237
-, pay for 5 weeks sent to, 249.
parliament consults about armistice, 248, 249, 251, 255
-, Manchester writes to, reply, 249, 250.
has Vendme arrested and searched, 253.
opposed to freedom of intercourse during armistice, 256.
alarmed for Bristol, 257
-, Waller expects to join, 266
-, declared a rebel, 268, 269.
to march straight on Oxford, 264, 265
-, Rupert returns to meet, 266.
attack on Reading, 269-271
-, means to proceed against Oxford, 271
-, takes Wallingford, 272.
king wishes to engage in battle, 272
-, measures to prevent queen joining king, 273, 276, 295.
pretexts to postpone engagement, 274
-, ordered to give battle, objections, 279.
comes to demand pay for army, 276
-, dissatisfied with amount, 277
-, returns with portion, 278
-, fresh demands for money, 283, 285.
takes estate of lord Capel, 276
-, sends companies of horse to London, 285
-, will not court martial Waller, 289.
not ready to march, 282, 285
-, still hangs back, 287
-, advances towards Oxford, 289.
Hertford ready to meet, if attacks king, 283
-, Oxford made safe against, 291.
not inclined for battle, officers untrustworthy, 290
-, Hampden's influence in army, 295.
attempt to capture supplies for, 291.
more likely to retire than advance, 295
-, indignant letter to parliament, offers resignation, 297.
patents of for court martial on conspirators, 295
-, promises effective action, 305.
efforts to draw into battle, 298
-, appeals for reinforcement, 300
-, reply to, 300, 301.
Waller's wife accuses, 304, 305.
Devon, earl of. See Cavendish, William.
engagement in, 219.
trained bands of raise siege of Plymouth, 252, 257
-, rises against Hopton, 278
-, success of Hopton in, 279.
Diest, Ist [Prov. Brabant, Belgium] :
Cantelmi concentrating near, 281.
Digby, George, lord Digby :
parliament remonstrates upon activities in Holland, 184.
Digby, John, earl of Bristol :
to show Kent petition to king, arrested, 35
-, released with honour, 48
-, conducts Giustinian to audience, 196.
Dolfin, Andrea, head of the Council of Ten :
sentence against Lupo, 233.
Dorset, county of :
gentry of, offer king levy, 279, 283.
Dorset, countess of. See Sackville, Mary.
-, earl of. See Sackville, Edward.
Douglas, Duglas, Colonel John :
negotiations for engagement of, 81, 87, 94, 115
-, anxious for re-engagement, 245
-, advances repulsed, 248
-, asks for pay, 303, 304.
arrested at French legation, 290
-, returning to serve king, 303, 304.
-, William, earl of Morton :
king sends to Scotland, 270
-, supposed betrayal by, 275.
Dover, co. Kent :
king at, 1
-, Dutch fleet at, 2
-, queen sails from, 4.
Rupert lands at, 2n.
passage to Dunkirk, 59
-, Dutch ships stayed off, 128.
likely to go over to king, 128.
Nani's goods at, 291, 302.
castle, Essex gets hold of, 140.
-, earl of. See Carey, Henry, earl of Dover.
Downs, the : 120.
Warwick's fleet in, 51, 210
-, fleet for Ireland in, 92.
Pennington sent to to take command, 102
-, Lion taken in, 103n
-, fleet brought into, 188.
Northumberland arrives in, 232
-, William George reaches, 254
-, Dutch ships seized in, 296.
Dublin, Ireland : 108.
news from, 39, 238.
fear of surrender to rebels, 238.
Duglas. See Douglas.
Dungarvan, viscount. See Boyle, Richard.
Dunkirk [Nord, France] :
Irish officers sail from, 19.
passage to Dover, 59
-, Dutch services by blockade of, 94
-, blockade of, 122, 158, 185, 204.
Tromp seizes English ships sailing to, 120, 122, 128
-, Tromp stops troops leaving for Spain, 165.
English soldiers from to serve king, 131.
king buying frigates at, 264, 275
-, Dutch allow two to pass, 273, 275.
Dutch seize English ships crossing from, 296.
-, ships of, Dunkirkers :
excesses of, 36
-, capture Dutch and English ships, 40
-, threaten English ships going to Holland, 120.
queen blamed for harm done by, 208
-, scour Channel, depredations on Dutch, 214.
Giustinian avoids taking Dutch ship from fear of, 220
-, likely to attack English flag, 264.
squadron to take troops to Spain, 238
-, ship (St. Anne) seized by order of parliament, 256.
Duplessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu :
La Fert reports restoration to favour, 86
-, queen approaches for admission to France and help, 151, 164
-, writes urging king to receive her, 164.
Charles represents situation to, 156
-, queen tries to excite favour, 184.
sounded about Augier, 169
-, Augier friendly with, 171.
Angoulme to bring reply to queen, 174, 180
-, invites queen to France, 184
-, reply to queen, 194.
Angoulme to arrange with for helping Charles, 189.
parliamentarians regret death, 211, 216
-, queen's hopes not improved by death of, 232.
Scottish guard neglected in time of, 229.
Durham, Duran, bishopric of :
military commanders from Denmark captured in, 203
-, earl of Newcastle crosses, 217.
disturbance in from imposition on coal, 229.
Dutch. See Netherlands.
duties. See customs.