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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-, See Waller
Vandervort, Walter and Isaac, merchants, goods of E. India Co. addressed to, at Venice, 186.
Vane, Ven, Henry, the younger, commissioner to Scotland :
reports surprise at not hearing from parliament, 37
-, goes to confer with leaders of Scottish army, 110
-, proceeds to Scotland, 112
-, back in London, and report, 116.
Varmoud. See Weymouth.
Varuich. See Berwick.
Vaughan, Richard, earl of Carbery, Carberi, moves in king's favour, 114.
Ven. See Vane.
farmers of duties ask relief, 1
-, reduces duty on currants, 20, 31, 50, 51, 68, 93.
congratulated on victory, 16
-, offer of English and Scottish levies to, 55, 72.
damage of Morea trade to, 24
-, king's friendly feeling to, 72, 99
-, peace signed at, 96n
-, reported offer to king, 114.
Bromhall at, 119
-, uncertain if Digby to visit, 175
-, sympathy for king, 178.
queen grateful for services of ministers in London, 152
-, compliments to queen, 156.
reply to Charles about Ricaut, 160, 187
-, Talbot applies to for loan to king, 178, 180-2
-, king's letter to for loan, 179, 180
-, reply upon, 181, 182
-, letter to Charles, 182.
anxiety about Turks, 181-3, 185
-, behaviour shows desire for peace, 194.
straitened by troubles of Polesina, 183
-, Sackville offers ships to, 204.
helped Henry IV. of France, 183
-, desires Nani to send news of England, 193, 195.
votes gold chain for Talbot, 184, 191
-, refused, 187
-, office with queen about, 194, 195.
goods of E. India Co. sequestrated at, 186, 188, 190
-, revokes sequestration, 214.
protests devotion to crown of Gt. Britain, 192.
hiring English ships against Turks, 198, 199, 203, 232, 274.
Balfour's offer to serve, 215
-, offer of fleet and army to, 216, 221, 236, 237.
offers of service to, 216, 224, 227, 232, 235-7, 257, 266, 281.
will not allow English and Dutch captains to attack Turkish fleet, 219
-, Digby advises leaving Turkish fleet to English, 285.
revokes sentence against Harris, 226
-, defrauded of cottimo, 286.
hiring ships in Holland, 233
-, parliament wants to ask for levies, 246
-, to get recognition from, id.
offer of Dunkirk frigates to, 246, 259, 260
-, desires resident in England for king's help with Porte, 258
-, may need levies and ships from England, 274.
Turks wish to stop ships from, 282
-, Vizier protests against ships going to, 291, 310.
Contarini tells pope of need of help, 282
-, given hopes of French help, 304
-, pope talks of helping, 312.
Academy de' Nobili, 226.
Avogadori di Comun, 261.
Camerlenghi di Comun, 175.
Capitano General da Mar. See Capello, Zuane
-, Grimani, Gio. Battista.
Cinque Savii alla Mercanzia, on farming duties on currants, 1
-, advise passport for Bromhall, 137
-, sentence on Harris, 226.
cloth of. See under cloth.
Collegio, 175, 180, 186, 191, 226, 261.
Council of Ten, 59 : sentences of, 63, 64.
doge of. See Erizzo, Francesco.
Esecutori contra Bestemmie, 191.
Grand Council, Harcourt member of, 33.
Magistrato dei Forestieri, 214.
merchants. See merchants, Venetian.
Proveditore all' Armar, 261.
Proveditore General da Mar, 199, 203.
Proveditore of the Fleet. See Marcello, Lorenzo.
Savio alla Scrittura, 55.
S. Giovanni Bragora, 191.
-, fleet :
note of ships engaged for, 286
-, hope to get foreign ships for, 322
-, Digby's poor opinion of, 287
-, ships at Jersey offered to serve in, 294.
English ships serving in, 247.
fear of effect on Turks, 200, 227, 253
-, Captain Pasha reports on, 310
-, Bailo hopes to get, 313.
Dutch ships in, ready to fight whole Turkish fleet, 254.
- ships of. See ships, Venetian.
Venier, Zuane Francesco, Savio alla Mercanzia, 1.
Vic, Sir Henry de, English agent at Brussels :
letter of Digby to intercepted, 66, 67
-, Spaniards communicate Boisivon's letters to, 86.
Vicenza [Prov. Vicenza, Italy], 63.
Vidiguiera, count of, Portuguese ambassador in France, Mazarin offers French help to, 304.
Vieuville, Vincent marquis de la, slain at Newbury, 27.
Vilable, Nicholas, English merchant, 45.
Villiers, Col. E., plot for York's escape, 298.
Virginia, N. America, proposal to plant currants in, 82.
Vivian, Charles, merchant, purchase of currants, 134.
Vodstak. See Woodstock.
Vousborch?, governor of, king asks for escort to London, 256.
Vuldieri, William, captain of the Charles, 177.