Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27, 1643-1647. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.
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Damby. See Denbigh.
Dardanelles [Turkey in Europe], 287n :
Venetian blockade of, 320.
Dartmouth, co. Devon :
king recovers, 33
-, utility of, 34
-, cargo of arms and money reaches, for king, 174.
Prince Maurice sick at, 37
-, despatches for captured, 79
Dutch ship attacked coming out of, 171
-, French ship tricked into, 245.
Fairfax takes by assault, 243
-, captures at, 244.
Davis, Thomas, captain of the Golden Fleece, 177.
Deering, Dirin, Sir Edward :
comes over to parliament, 74.
Defence, English merchantman, trading to Zante, 199.
Delahaye, M., French ambassador at the Porte, 216 :
dispute with Crow, 93
-, Crow throws self into arms of, 269
-, tries to settle the quarrel between Crow and his merchants, 274
-, likely to support Crow, 282
-, Bailo follows in relations with Crow, 313
-, Bailo appeals to, against Turks using ships, 320.
Denbigh, Damby, co. Denbigh, castle surrenders, 294.
-, earl of. See Fielding, Basil.
delegates of at Munster, 5
-, parliament thinks of treating direct with estates of, 22
-, envoys back from, 111.
munitions from for Newcastle, 65
-, Swedish invasion of destroys hopes of helping Charles, 66
-, parliament encourages Sweden against, 97.
peace with Sweden, 167, 219
-, proposed alliance to take Sound from, 171
-, talk of alliance with England and Spain, 184
-, Charles thinks of sending prince to, 245.
-, king of. See Christian IV.
-, prince of. See Frederick.
-, ships of. See ships, Danish.
Derbyshire, declares for king, 65.
Dersi, Thomas, captain of the Edward, 177.
Devereux, Robert, earl of Essex, general of the parliament army :
demands for men and money, 2
-, demands of, 5, 21
-, reply to, 6.
feeling against, 2
-, leaning to peace, 9
-, Waller's men will not serve under, 14.
jealousy of Waller, 5, 9, 17
-, allows Waller to take men, 29, 51.
indisposed to move, as desired, 12
-, march, to relieve Gloucester, 14, 16, 18, 20
-, allowed to enter unhindered, 21.
plight of army, 15
-, king besieges in Gloucester, 21, 23
-, takes Cirencester and captures convoy, 24.
forces king to battle at Newbury, 24
-, claims victory, 27.
consulted about besieging Oxford, 27
-, demolishes fortifications of Reading, 29.
sets alternatives before city council, 29
-, member accuses in parliament, 31.
attacks Waller in parliament, 31
-, only one to call on Harcourt, 33.
opposes paying Scots before own army, 32
-, returns to London for money, 41, 48.
trained bands will not serve under, tho' needs for success, 34
-, allows substitutes in bands, 36.
moves to besiege Reading, 36
-, retakes Newport Pagnell, 38
-, stays there, 41
-, offended at slight attention to demands, 44.
proposed new army for, 47
-, returns to army, with assignments, 53.
asks for reinforcements, 57
-, recalls troops from Waller, 68.
activities of, 60, 62
-, lords make terms with parliament through, 61.
asks pardon for Fiennes, 62
-, appeals of Oxford parliament to, 71, 77
-, replies, 74, 77.
receives Dutch ambassadors, 67
-, friction with Waller, offers to resign, 71, 78, 88, 106.
opposes supreme power for Committee of Both Kingdoms, 74
-, committee hopes to force resignation, 76, 78.
still in London, 75, 100
-, sent to Reading, 80
-, Rupert moves to protect Oxford from, 90.
negotiates for exchange of Lothian, 79, 81
-, slanderers punished, 98.
royalist letters to, 81
-, Dutch ambassadors ask for safe conduct, 91.
submits list of officers and Committee, 84
-, Committee asks to state requirements, 88.
Balfour belongs to army of, 86
-, London trained bands may go with, 89.
parliament works hard to equip, 91
-, Waller waiting till ready, 94
-, start delayed, 96, 97.
ordered to join army, loiters, 98, 102
-, at Abingdon, junction with Waller, 106.
lack of confidence in, 100, 102-104
-, fears for authority, 102.
forbidden to treat with king, 102
-, Dutch ambassadors go to treat with, 108.
exchanges quarters with Waller, 107
-, suspicions of, 110, 112, 113, 144
-, Committee's enquiry upon, 125.
ordered to secure king, 108
-, blamed for letting king leave Oxford, 109.
goes against Exeter, 112
-, successes in West, 113
-, near Portland, 104.
resents suspicions, 114
-, defends himself, 115, 128.
Prince Maurice observes, 115, 118, 121
-, too weak to besiege Exeter, 121.
Sabran writes to, for queen, 116
-, letters to about peace, cautious about treating, 124.
hemmed in by royal forces, 123
-, remains idle, 125
-, pushes into Cornwall, 128
-, hemmed in, 129, 131, 133, 135.
king tries to win over, 129
-, to forward peace articles to king, 131
-, king's letter to, 132.
dislike of hinders relief, 132
-, stroke against fails, 135.
lays snares to catch king, 133
-, abandons army to fate, 137
-, queen receives news of defeat, 139.
parliament sends generals to help, 138
-, at Southampton collecting troops, 140.
parliament wants to unite forces under, 142
-, Committee enquiry about, 144.
supposed understanding with king, 145
-, retreats before king, 149.
prefers to remain at Portsmouth, 147
-, comes to London seriously ill, 153, 155, 157.
regiment of, deserts to king, 149
-, cannot be put in command of all forces, 155.
goes to parliament to speak against Manchester, 159
-, self denying ordinance aimed at, 164, 235.
writes to Rupert about pass, 161
-, Rupert replies to, 164.
resents pressure on Lords by popular tumult, 162
-, libels against, 164
-, no confidence in, 174.
dispute over renewal of command, 190
-, accused of intelligence with Digby, 196
-, death, 284.
-, feared attack on Wight, 70
-, men of help siege of Plymouth, 75.
Diedo, Vicenzo, councillor at Zante, 45.
Digby, Dighbi, Dighbie, Drigbi, George lord, secretary of state :
draws up statement for Harcourt, 40
-, promises to city in queen's name, 64
-, alleged understanding with Essex, Manchester and Warwick, 196.
letter to de Vic intercepted, 66, 67
-, invites Leslie to change sides, 220.
reconciles Rupert and king, 165
-, king's favour to alienates followers, 224.
king sends to join Montrose, 221
-, tries to go by sea, 223
-, reported defeat, 224, 225
-, flees to isle of Man, 226, 228.
share in king's flight from Oxford, 259
-, crosses to Scotland with troops, 281.
tries to get French support for Irish settlement, 262
-, Irish clergy complain of settlement of, 282
-, sails for France, 290.
Digby, John, earl of Bristol, Spanish sympathies of, 4.
-, Sir John, attempt on Plymouth, 240.
Digby, Dighbi, Dicbi, Sir Kenelm :
French queen obtains release, 7
-, queen sends to pope, 175
-, reaches Rome, 187.
quarrel with Spanish ambassador, 199
-, leaving soon, 222.
Cardinal Pamfili consults about hiring ships, 219
-, pope consults about same, 223.
intended representations to king, 222.
offers to get ships for Venice, 223, 228, 229.
at Paris, report of pope, sentiments likely to ruffle feelings, 242, 243.
going to Rome to ask for money, 279
-, reaches Rome, attacked on road, 282.
suggests to pope arming fleet against Turks, 285
-, plan to take fleet against Turks, 287.
pope misled by, 303
-, asks pope to help king, 312.
blames nuncio for failure in Ireland, 312.
Dillon, Mr., accused of insulting Walsingham, 72n.
Dirin. See Deering.
"Discourse concerning a true Englishman ... Graveling" :
Dutch ambassadors complain of, 116.
Dives. See Dyve.
-, Dona, baron, prince of Orange, sends to Charles, 36
-, parliament witholds passport, 51.
Dokhturov, Gherazin, Muscovite ambassador to England, in London, 229.
Donfris. See Dumfries.
-, Donington, co. Berks, castle, king entrenches at, 151
-, not besieged, 153
-, king recovers guns at, 154, 159.
-, co. Dorset, royalists take, 9
-, raid from, on Wareham, 126n.
Dormer, Robert, earl of Carnarvon, slain at Newbury, 27.
-, Essex moves forces to, 112
-, Waller in, 141.
-, Duglas, Sir John, wishes to return to Venetian service, 281
-, proposed levy by, 290, 294, 297.
Dover, co. Kent, 8 :
Gressy goes to, 22, 26, 28
-, Harcourt lands at, 30
-, Harcourt leaves for, 76.
French mails opened at, 72
-, couriers and letters stopped at, 145.
Piccolomini required to sail from, 97
-, ship of, at Leghorn, 177.
Palatines may embark at, 225
-, Bellievre arrives at, 272.
castle, reported conspiracy against, 169.
-, English ships with currants in, 22
-, fleet brought into, 25, 139
-, Swedish ships brought into, 316.
Dragon. See Mary Elizabeth.
-, of Dover, English merchantman, at Leghorn, 177
-, taking cargo to Tunis, 199.
Drigbi. See Digby.
Dublin, Ireland :
measures against parliamentarians in, 15
-, Protestants of will not resist king's wishes, 160
-, conference between Catholics and Protestants at, 196.
parliament wants Ormonde to hand over, 273, Ormonde asks help for, 288
-, parliament sends to take over, 289, 290
-, deputies reach, 294.
Catholics closing on, 291, 293, 295, 297
-, reported fall, 299, 309.
if parliament gets, Catholics will be in evil case, 310, 312
-, Digby fears handing over, 312
-, Ormonde delivers to Col. Jones, 314.
Duglas. See Douglas.
Dumfries, Donfris, co. Dumfries, Montrose occupies, 98, 105.
Dunkirk [Nord, France], French designs on, 4, 163, 272 :
munitions for parliament seized at, 10
-, munitions for king ready at, 65
-, Dutch waiting for Piccolomini off, 95, 97
-, Dutch blockade of, 117.
consequences of French closing port, 202, 204
-, fear of English intervention about, 229, 239, 300, 316
-, English levies sent to, 239
-, frigates of, for Charles's, use offered to Venice, 246.
English don't want French or Dutch to have, 253, 254
-, Cardenas wishes to alarm Lords about, 285
-, deputies at Paris, want free trade, 289.
insurance against depredations of 37
-, captured at Arundel Haven, 64
-, escort Piccolomini to Nieuport, 97n
-, Warwick takes Dutch ship from, 111.
-, Armand, cardinal Richelieu, Gressy outspoken with, 4
-, change in policy to Palatines after death of, 7.
Duren, Durem [Rhemish Prussia], Hessians take, 25.
-, bishopric of, preparations to resist Scots in, 32
-, Scots advancing in, 75.
Dyve, Dives, Sir Lewis, king makes peer, 146.