Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 33, 1661-1664. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1932.
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Madame. See Henrietta Anne, duchess of Orleans.
Mademoiselle. See Anne Marie Louise, duchess of Montpensier.
Madonna, English merchantman, allowed to proceed to Levant Islands for currants, 4, 5.
Madrid, Spain, 99, 247.
-, despatches dated at, 15, 212, 26, 27, 35, 41, 43, 59, 81, 91, 93, 99, 102, 105, 114, 117, 119, 125, 135, 140, 149, 154, 159, 163, 174, 177, 189, 196, 201, 204, 216, 237, 243, 246, 248, 251, 2556, 263, 271, 274, 2778, 2847, 289.
-, instructions to, 275.
-, couriers from, 1, 92; Louis means to demand satisfaction from, 57; Batteville waiting to hear from, 76, 81.
-, orders sent from in favour of English traders, 2; orders from to Gamarra, 118.
-, agreements made at, with France, 104; treatment of Genoese ambassadors at, 182.
-, Rancano returning to, 151, 155; Batteville should be back at, 178.
-, English ready to send embassy to, in return, 195; Bianchi sent to, as secretary, 224.
-, Spaniards from said to have been with Giavarina, 207; person from, in London, 209.
-, murmurs at, about Dunkirk, 228; service of Riccardi at, 241.
-, O'Moledy back at, 243n; Fanshawe starting for, 267, 289; agent looking for house for Fanshawe at, 273.
Mahomet IV, Sultan of Turkey, the Grand Turk:
-, Ruyter unwilling to offend, 49; catscerif of required for admission of Portuguese ambassador, 50; ready to admit Portuguese, 102, 257; friendship of Portugal offered to, 254.
-, Barbary corsairs bring tribute and present for, 96; corsairs apply to, for help, 109.
-, signs capitulations with English, 102, 107.
-, desirable for powers to unite to humble, 106; orders requisitioning of foreign ships, 110.
-, will resent any attack on Algiers or Tunis, 126; capable of dealing with Cossacks alone, 258.
-, friendly relations with England, will not help Algerines, 129; ratified English treaties with Barbary corsairs, 2723.
-, Winchelsea wants assignment from treasury of, 193; English offer to about Black Sea, 2578.
-, letters from Charles for, 253; reported promises to Charles, 270.
-, boast that all desire friendship of, 254; difficulty about granting levies to Portugal, 258.
-, consents to punishment of Barbary corsairs, 277; disapproves of their piracies and breaches of faith, 278.
-, Bailo accused of plotting death of, 280.
Maidenhead, English ship, requisitioned to take provisions to Crete, 103, 110, 112; Winchelsea hopes will fall into hands of Venetians, 116.
Maina, Brazzo di [Laconia, Morea, Greece], people at ready to welcome invaders, 207.
Maitland, John, earl of Lauderdale, Lauderdaill, Loderdale, Loderdel:
-, letters countersigned by, 133, 231; asks Giavarina about Annand, 170.
-, king appoints to inquire into plot, 211; Muscovite ambassadors attended by, 226.
Majorca, Balearic island, French fleet off, 140.
Malaga [Prov. Malaga, Spain]:
-, friendly reception of fleet at, 21; English warships at, much battered, 44.
-, ship with gondolas at, 34; decree banning Tangier published at, 173.
-, Ruyter establishes magazine at, 51; reported exclusion of English ships from, 195.
Malburgh. See Ley, James, earl of Marlborough.
Malines [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium] Venetian ambassadors hope to get horses at fair of, 3.
Malo, Luigi, correspondent of Giavarina at Antwerp, leaving for Spain, suggests transfer of posts to Brussels, 175, 186; voyage to Spain postponed, 196; no change if not leaving, 208; reply to Giavarina can be sent to, 223.
Malta, island of, galleys of help Venetians to defeat Turks, 49.
-, Knights of, appeal to Charles for, against Dutch, 155; judges decide for, but Clarendon acts against promise to, 156.
-, -, Grand Prior of, in Germany. See Hesse Darmstat, Frederick of. Cardinal of Hesse.
Manchester, earl of. See Montagu, Edward, the lord chamberlain.
Mandevile, viscount. See Montagu, Robert.
Manton, Thomas, Presbyterian divine, called upon to conform, 229.
Mantua, Italy, Venetian garrison withdrawn from, 136; Gobato reported at, 278.
Marcello, Mario, Savio alia Mercanzia, 35.
Mardick, Mardich, Mardyke (Nord, France]:
-, Irish in garrison at, 16, 84; suspicion that English mean to maintain garrison with contributions from country round, 26.
-, revenue insufficient for cost of, 32, 85.
-, acquired by Cromwell, 83; handed over to France, 218.
Maria, Donna, of Portugal, remains with queen when others go, 185.
Maria Iliavna, Grand Duchess of Muscovy, gifts from, to Charles, 226.
Maria Theresa, Infanta of Spain, queen of France:
-, Spaniards would like affair of coaches settled by, 63; sacrificed to secure peace, 67.
-, king delays visit to Dunkirk until confinement of, 201, 212.
mariners. See sailors.
Markham, Colonel, arrested at Hertford, 63.
Marlborough, Malburgh, earl of. See Ley, James.
marque, letters of, letters of reprisal, those granted by Portugal against Dutch revoked, 167; likely to be granted against Dutch, 180.
marriage of Charles to Infanta of Portugal:
-, Spaniards refuse to believe in, 1; English more alarmed than Spaniards by, 2; perturbation in Spain over, 14.
-, king complains of Batteville's paper about, 2; Strozzi suspends journey to England on hearing of, 3; Batteville hopes will come to nothing, 6; his opposition to, 87.
-, makes French watchful and attentive, 5; affects behaviour of imperial resident at Constantinople, 38.
-, advantages, from, for England, 6; Mello gone for ratification of, 30.
-, Court says need not mean breach with Spain, 6; Hyde persuades king that will not interrupt friendship with Spain, 14; relations with Spain uncertain because of, 48.
-, Venetian congratulations on, 17, 23; coolness about, 17; Winchelsea informs Ballarino of, 22.
-, reports about failure due to Spanish arts, 18; Spaniards still hoping will come to nothing, 21; Batteville admits certainty of, 25.
-, promises to Dutch incompatible with, 30; delay of ratification arouses suspicion, 33, 40.
-, referred to, 57.
-, preparations for slackened, 60; king pleased at congratulations on, 87.
-, may clear up obscurities, 85; considered as Hyde's work, 87; Hyde only one who desired, 95; arranged by Mello, 169.
-, appointment of ambassadors expected after, 144.
-, celebrated, manner of, 150; congratulations on, 158, 170, 181.
-, articles of not published, doubtful advantage from, 150.
-, seizure of ships and goods in Spain said to be result of, 151.
-, expenses incurred over, grant to Giavarina for, 160.
-, Brandenburg envoy visited Portuguese ambassador on announcement of, 202.
-, Medina says did not upset reasons of state, 263.
-, mistaken policy of, 292.
-, proposed between king of Portugal and princess of Orleans, 185.
-, Estrades makes no progress with, 192; Mello going to Paris about, 277.
Marseilles [Bouches du Rhone, France]:
-, news from, 29, 42, 47, 78, 265.
-, Venetian packet sent via, 29; letters at, for Constantinople, 78.
Marshal, the earl, king hesitates about restoring office to Howards, 18.
Martinengo. Count Francesco, with ambassadors in England, 90.
Mary, princess, daughter of duke of York, birth of, 141.
Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII, ancestress of countess of Winchelsea, 22n.
Mary Rose, royal navy, in squadron for E. Indies, 92.
Masselini, Mascelini, Dr., testimony about treatment of Capello's body, 278, 284.
-, Gobato's hatred of, 278.
Massue, Henri de, marquis de Ruvigny, M. de Rovigni, commissioners appointed for, 250; long sittings, goes to confer with king and Clarendon, 252.
Master of the Ceremonies. See Cotterell, Sir Charles.
-, of the Horse. See Stuart, Charles, duke of Richmond.
Maximilian II, the emperor, campaign of Amurath III against, 194.
Mazarin, Guilio, Cardinal:
-, Estrades a dependant of, 31; bargain with Haro to drive English out of Flanders, 204.
-, will of enjoined undertaking against Turks, 31; offered de Haro a loan for recovery of Dunkirk, 228.
Medici, Ferdinand II de', Grand Duke of Tuscany, the Grand Duke:
-, fears power of England and will do nothing to offend, 13; informed of English design to isolate Dutch, 41.
-, calls Winchelsea Excellency, 50; Muscovite mission to, 226, 230.
-, wrong done to by distinction shown to Genoa, 97; objected that too friendly with Cromwell, 98; much concerned about Genoa, 182.
-, sends present of wines to Charles, York and Clarendon, 156.
-, arrangement for king's ships to victual at ports of, 193; Winchelsea reports arming of, 260.
Medina Celi, duke of. See Cerda, Antonio di.
Medina de las Torres, duke of. See Guzman, Ramiro Felipe de.
Mediterranean Sea, 61.
-, English fleet intended for, 13, 17, 25; sent to put down corsairs,28.
-, Montagu enters with fleet, 30; proposal to keep squadron in, 52; events in may prevent reduction of fleet, 88; Lawson left in, by Montagu, 141.
-, corsairs continue ravages despite English and Dutch fleets in, 100; fierce storm in, heavy losses of corsairs, 108.
-, suggested English shall lower flag to French in, 101; Dutch decision to send new fleet to, 134; Anglo-Dutch war may leave Turks masters in, 180.
-, English ships for put in at Tangier, 173; king's ships in to victual at Leghorn, 1923.
-, activity of corsairs in, 186, 270; Lawson ordered to, against corsairs, 273, 277.
-, more ships to be sent to, 199; Giavarina to find out instructions for, 200; only squadron of six ships left in, 227; a second fleet sails for, 284.
Mello, Melo, Francesco de, marquis de Sande, Portuguese ambassador in England:
-, horses bought by for Portugal, 1; Hyde obtained permission for, 2.
-, making arrangements to leave, 3, 6; given power to espouse infanta in king's name, 5; no change in forms stipulated by, 18.
-, king entertains at dinner, takes leave, 6; waiting to take letters to bride and others, and a present, 10.
-, leaves Coronel in charge, 11; detained by weather at isle of Wight, 30; no news of arrival, 40.
-, Russel, interpreter of, 52; Giavarina did not visit, 202.
-, gone for adjustment of articles, 87; jewels and spices for dowry at house of, 150; difference with king about dowry, 180.
-, seriously ill, talks of returning to Portugal, 169; reported conference with Clarendon and Estrades, 194.
-, quarrel with Portuguese treasurer, 1801; Brandenburg envoy visited after announcement of marriage, 202.
-, momentarily expected at Paris, 277; secret conferences with Turenne, 284.
-, returns to London, 283.
Merchant Adventurer, English ship delivered to corsairs by connivance, 9.
merchantmen. See ships.
-, news received by, 7, 36, 43, 47, 60, 94, 114, 151, 219.
-, petition of to Senate, about connivance with pirates, 8, 9, 24, 88; pother made by, about, 13.
-, appeal of, on behalf of Zante frigate, 8, 31; complain bitterly of consul Jones, 121.
-, suspicions of, through departure of English fleet, 12; fear of English attacking Spanish treasure fleet, 16; desire for good understanding with Spain. 120; strong feeling about sequestration of goods in Spain, 151, 155.
-, Venice wishes to encourage to resume trade in currants, 53; Giavarina gives assurances of satisfaction to, 94, 186; satisfied at Cephalonia, 233.
-, Vinder offered pledges without knowing if would back him. 127; send letters direct to Venice, 175.
-, failures in London, through wrecks and corsairs, 171; loss by destruction of Julius Caesar, 186.
-, arrangements with Leghorn for victualling ships, 193.
-, inquiry of, about Tangier, 199, 210; Tangier proclaimed free port for, 219.
-, loss through wreck of ship from Virginia, 238; of Flanders, hold money of king of Spain, 247; obligations laid on, by Colbert, 274.
fearful of sequestration in Spain, orders in favour of, 2; fear interruption of trade through Portuguese match, 14.
Venice always ready to oblige, 4; Venetian orders in favour of, 136, 142.
Philip orders to be well treated, 15.
appeal for lightening burdens put on currant trade, 32, 88; relief promised to, 36; assurances to, 72, 104; threat to withdraw trade, 89.
old animosity against Dutch increased, 34; eager for war with Dutch, 138, 161, 174, 180.
further advantages for in capitulations with Porte, 102, 129; ready to pay to get ships released from Turkish service, 112.
encouraged to continue currant trade, 104, 159, 170; petition for Zante frigate, 136.
petition parliament to stop Portuguese Jews living in England, 123; outcry against sale of Dunkirk, 205.
Charles thinks of taking lead and tin trade with Porte out of hands of, 126, 251.
get withdrawal of order to state losses to corsairs, 165.
cost of ministers to Turkey, Muscovy, Persia etc. usually defrayed by, 167.
perturbed by report of exclusion of ships from Spain, 195.
custom to give presents to Caimecan, 240; presents to Turkish officials paid for by, 254.
compete for trade in currants, 268; injury to by Dutch encroachments in India, 286, 288.
clamour about ill treatment of one by Beaufort, 287.
-, Flemish, compete for purchase of currants, 268.
-, French, come over about payment for Dunkirk, 203.
-, Portuguese, introduction of, at Porte, might not be advantageous to English, 102.
-, Sciot and Greek, purchase of potash by, possession disputed, 2523.
-, names of, Backwell, Edward; Castri; Coronel, Sir Augustus; Foster; Jet, William; Moens, Marco and Giovanni Battista; Riccard, Sir Andrew; Simpson, Patrick; Sylva, Duarte; Wyld, Edward.
Middleton, Midduson, John earl of, declared incapable of holding office in Scotland, 265.
Middlesex, county of, sessions of, Lord Buckhurst and others convicted at, 115n.
-, Venetian instructions to resident at, 136.
-, Muscovite ambassadors passing through, 230.
Mildmay, Sir Henry, judge of Charles I, punishment decreed for, 11; punished on anniversary, 106.
Miller, Myller, Lt. Col. John, sometime governor of the Tower, 286.
-, imprisoned at Bedford, 287.
-, set up in all the counties, form powerful army, 84.
-, proposal for a perpetual, at king's disposal, 256; puts down rising at Colchester, 286.
ministers, need for change of, 206.
-, See also preachers.
-, foreign. See under ambassadors.
Minns, Captain, attack on Campeche under, 246.
Miranda, conde de. See Sousa, Henry de, de Tavares.
Mocenigo, Pietro, Venetian ambassador elect, to England, 202.
-, ready to start when king accepts, 29; king pleased about appointment, 89, 268; English ambassador to correspond to, 265, 269.
-, chosen ambassador but never comes, 148; king asks about, 167; Giavarina's reply about, 168, 175; promised to start at earliest opportunity, 176, 191, 215, 2223.
-, Dutch asked to give pass to, 191, 225; duke of Medina told of, 196.
-, detained by private affairs, 264; Sagredo speaks to Holles about, 266; likely to delay start until spring, 271; letter of Senate to Charles about, 282.
-, , proveditore of the three Islands:
to inquire about charges on currants and to punish guilty, 36; and abolish all unlawful ones, 53; Allen's complaint sent to, 57.
merchants informed of orders to, 65; died on way to Cattaro, 72.
occupied with Corfu, 233.
-, letters of credence dated at, 107.
-, abbot Doni passed through, 143.
-, duchess of. See Este, Laura of.
Moens, Marco and Gio. Battista, merchants at Venice, chosen as agents by Hayes and Toogood, 227.
-, ship laded with potash in, 252.
-, Turks keep Black Sea closed to prevent intercourse with, 257.
Moledi. See O'Moledy.
Mombason. See Montbason.
Monaldeschi, Giovanni di, assassination of, 293.
-, work on ships delayed by shortage of, 30; lack of holds up fleet, 58.
-, great scarcity of causes postponement of king's progress, 34; king asks parliament for, 74; grant of, 75.
-, scarcity prevents sending ambassadors, 48, 162; great scarcity of, 111, 119, 122, 131, 135, 205.
-, of Commonwealth called in and recoined, 111; paid for Dunkirk, 207, 2156; to be recoined, 216, 219.
-, clippers and coiners of discovered, 172.
-, Constantinople suffering from scarcity of, 194.
-, Clarendon's greed for, 198.
-, at Antwerp for king of Spain, 247, 259; remitted to London, 248, 250, 259, 278; mostly gone to help emperor, 264.
-, sent to Lisbon by Charles, 251.
crowns, 61, 101, 139, 204, 215, 2478, 250.
doubles, 143, 202, 208.
ducats, 9, 19, 32, 85, 92, 101, 134, 140, 160, 223.
ducats di banco, 101, 173, 198.
francs, 194, 199, 200, 211, 251, 255.
livres tournois, 85, 192.
pieces of eight, French, 266.
reals, 8, 13, 112, 116, 145, 147, 194, 252, 266, 268, 274.
soldi, 58, 59.
Spanish doubles, 38.
money lenders, bill to limit extortions of, 111.
Monk, George, duke of Albemarle:
-, Venetian ambassadors visit, 28; seriously ill, 34; somewhat better, 37; Venetian ambassadors get nothing from, 88.
-, depends solely on past services, 28; Batteville asked to allow guards at house to remain, 73.
-, discovery of plot in army of, officers arrested, 63; confines himself to duties as general, 88.
-, Senate wants to know what fleet will do, 72.
-, part of, in restoration, 83; commander in chief of army, 188.
-, plot to murder, 212.
Monk, royal navy, to bring over Venetian ambassadors, 3; they come in, 15; sent for Muscovite ambassadors, 162, 200.
Monmouth, duke of. See Crofts, James.
Monsieur. See Philip, duke of Orleans.
Monson, Mounson, Sir William, viscount, regicide, punishment decreed for, 11; punished on anniversary, 106.
Montagu, Edward, earl of Manchester, the lord Chamberlain, 249.
-, to inform ambassadors of fresh order about coaches, 56; quarrel with Chesterfield, 120.
-, goes to Portsmouth to meet queen, 137.
-, -, earl of Sandwich, San Duych:
no news of, 7; only gone to put down pirates, 14; in Spanish waters, 21; enters Mediterranean, 30.
to bring back bride, 21; goes to Lisbon for bride, 43; to go to Portugal, 47.
at Alicante, ill, 29, 34, 36; recovered, sails for Algiers, 34; report received from, 39.
pressing for reinforcements, 36; fear that operations may be lengthy, 37; at Algiers sends in demands, 39.
Venice wants orders for to go against Tripoli, 38; Senate rejoices at damage inflicted by, 61.
London eager for news of, 40; bombarding Algiers, 41; in action at Algiers, 42; leaves Algiers after declaring war, 46.
Ruyter watching movements, 41; contradictory reports of, 47; leaves for Lisbon, 51, 53; returns to fleet, 57.
reinforcements for, 46, 57, 64; fight with corsairs in Strait, 51.
Court waiting for news of, 52, 58, 60, 66.
conflicting reports of reception at Tangier, 79; mission of led to rupture instead of composition, 88; Barbary corsairs send to, for peace, sends for consul Browne, 94.
to secure Tangier and then fetch queen, 92; refused to let queen have ship, 97.
food and munitions sent to, from Cadiz, 105; puts Stayner in command at Tangier, 117.
makes agreement with king of Arzela, 109, 174.
thought more of compensation for losses than of attacking Algiers, 113.
expected at Lisbon, 118; will bring back bride, 119; not yet at Lisbon, 129.
letters of reporting Peterborough's arrival and own departure, 124; body of fleet went with, to serve queen, 141.
feared loss in storm, 169.
appointed for promotion of trade, 287.
-, -, son of lord Montagu of Boughton, envoy to Lisbon, reception there, 118; brings news of queen's sailing, 141.
-, Robert, viscount Mandevile, Mandevil, at Paris to inquire about queen mother, 249.
-, Walter, abbot of St. Martin, Pontoise:
not affected by proclamation against priests, 243.
king sends to pope to get red hat for, 243.
Montbason, Mombason, alleged marquise de:
-, alleged authorisation to treat for peace, 177; Aubigny wants matter referred to Madrid, 178.
-, Clarendon will not treat with, 177; assertions considered false, 178; Medina says assertions false, 218.
-, presents horses to Charles, 177; Medina told about, 196.
Montecuculli, Montecuccoli, Raymond, count of, imperialist general, mission to Transylvania, 27.
Montesarchio, prince of. See Davalos, Andrea.
Montpensier, duchess of. See Anne Marie Louise, of Orleans.
-, belief in good understanding of English captains with, 13; Montagu concludes agreement with, 109.
-, divided among themselves, 114.
-, English from Algiers slain by, 129; victory over Tangier garrison in sortie, 149; garrison almost destroyed by, 157, 174.
-, send letters to Tangier governor professing friendship, 1634; professions not trusted, 164; peculiarly hostile to English, 247; hostility fomented by Spanish gold, 250.
-, Lawson goes to Tangier to overawe, 174, 186; Rutherford to cultivate friendly relations with, 256.
-, a menace to Tangier, 247; Tangier besieged by, 250.
-, treaty made with, 268; break faith and try to surprise Tangier, 274; Tangier garrison on best of terms with, 289.
Mordaunt, Henry, second earl of Peterborough, 163, 201.
-, conducts Venetian ambassadors to entry, 23.
-, going as governor to Tangier, getting ready, 54; waiting for money, 60, 68; ready to start, 64, 71; starts for Portsmouth, 78.
-, troops ready for and ships to convoy, 79; held up by weather, 81; no news of, 114.
-, Stayner commanding at Tangier pending arrival, 117; arrival at Tangier, 124.
-, kinsman of, slain by Moors, 129.
-, arrives home unexpectedly, 156; sees king and queen, gives account of Tangier, 157.
-, unfavourable accounts by some who returned with, 174; leaves again for Tangier, 183.
-, takes money and engineers to build mole, 185; news of safe arrival, 219.
-, , kinsman of Peterborough, killed by Moors near Tangier, 129.
Morea, Greece, appeal to Charles to take possession of, 207; references to, 215.
Moret [Seine et Marne, France], despatches dated at, 5, 10, 49, 57, 59, 62, 66, 68, 72.
Morgan, Commander, back from Lisbon, 190.
Morice, William, Secretary of State, sends note asking fulfilment of promises to Galilee, 32, 88; letter of for John Erlisman, 48, 49.
Mormarte. See Rochechouart, Gabriel de, duke of Mortemart.
Moro, Polo Antonio, Savio alla Mercanzia, 35.
Morocco, N. Africa, disturbed by factions, 114.
-, king of, prevented the Spaniards throwing troops into Tangier, 117.
Morosini, Michiel, Venetian ambassador extraordinary to England:
-, despatches to the Senate, 3, 12, 15, 17, 19, 234, 27, 31.
-, instructions to, 8, 17, 33.
-, account of England by, 8290.
-, crossing from Dunkirk, 3; in Flanders, 7; at Dunkirk, 12, 16; honoured at Dunkirk, 85.
-, Monk sent to fetch, 3; reaches England, 15; public entry delayed, 17; public entry and first audience, 23.
-, difficulty of getting horses, 3; without letters, 12; complains of high prices, 19.
-, Howard visits, 18; visits York and Clarendon, 23; visits Monk, 28; York showed great courtesy to, 1878.
-, steps to prevent presence of French and Spanish coaches at entry, 24, 48, 52; action commended, 33.
-, private audience of king, appeal for help, 27, 88; office about ships delivered to corsairs, 28, 45, 88; king spoke of desire to help to, 61, 93.
-, takes leave of York, 28; York offers ship for passage, 29; leaves London, 30.
-, commends Giavarina, 29; relations with foreign ministers, 31, 89.
-, king thanked for honours to, 35, 43; king gratified by mission, 40, 44; every honour shown to, 89.
-, appeal to, for Galilee, 88; representations of merchants to, 889; persons in train of, royal present to, 90.
Mortemart, duke of. See Rochechouart, Gabriel de.
Morton House, co. Durham, 222n.
Most Christian king. See Louis XIV, king of France.
Mounson See Monson.
Muledi. See O'Moledy.
Munster, Ireland, Castlehaven acted as governor of, 128.
Munster [Westphalia, German Enpire], treaty of referred to, 41.
Murray, Alexander, takes Wariston, at Rouen, 231n.
Muscovites, Russians, victory of Poles over, 74, 294.
-, envoy coming from, 162, 167; ship sent for, 200.
-, ambassadors from, arrival, 217; public entry, 219; audiences delayed, 221; Carlisle sent ambassador to, 263.
-, Grand Duchess of. See Maria Iliavna.
-, Grand Duke of. See Alexius.
-, Company, asked to defray expenses of ambassador, declines, 167, 217.
-, appointed for queen's chapel, 58; are English and French, 164.
-, queen only likes Portuguese, who do not please king and court, 164; queen's remain in England, to please her, 185.
Myller. See Miller.