Baden [German Empire]:
-, diet summoned in, 48, 199; attacked by Spanish ambition, 73.
-, Margrave of. See George Frederick, Margrave of Baden Durlach.
-, Prince of. See Christopher.
Baetz, Sanson, courier, 327.
Bagni, M. di, papal nuncio in France:
-, reports French inclined to league with Spain, 367.
-, honours Strozzi, 379; opinion of French union with Spain, 451, 452.
-, Berulle remarks to on Savoy's intrigues, 538, 562; said Regulars ought to ask Chalcedon's approbation, 611.
Bahia. See San Salvador.
Bailo. See ambassadors.
Balagny, Sieur de. See Monluc.
Balfour, Sir William:
-, to raise regiment of German horse, 585; at Hague, 601.
-, defrauds Venetian customs at Zante, 171.
Balsara. See Basra.
Baltic Sea, 423, 449.
-, Austrian ambitions on, 87, 90, 115, 406, 448, 474.
-, English trade with, 283, 619; importance of, 352; Wallenstein's designs on, 375; Wallenstein rules shores, 454.
-, Joachim shows Charles danger in, 483; emperor buys ships for, 484; interest of Denmark and Sweden in, 487.
-, danger to England if imperialists strong in, 519, 531.
Baltimore, Lord. See Calvert.
-, on Danish council of war, 183.
Bar, N . . de, Lord of Baugi, Baugi, Bougi, Boissi, Bousi, French ambassador at Brussels:
-, writes to Herbault about Scaglia, 253; writes to Marini of Texel affair, 468; writes of rejoicings over Ré, 496.
-, writes of Marini about Carlisle's mission, 567.
-, Turks expect help from, 221; trade of Leghorn with, 222; could supply English fleet with provisions, 270.
-, English reprisals for losses through, 332; Roe remonstrates about, 400.
-, See also Algiers; Tunis.
Barberini, Francesco, Cardinal, legate a latere:
-, Berulle encourages views, 110; French warn to maintain independence, 116; Hyacinth's papers consigned to, 252.
-, proposes league between Spain and France, 366.
-, House of:
-, Savoy family not acceptable to, 624.
Barbora. See Livron, Charles de, lieutenant of Bourbonnais.
Barens. See Barradas.
Baret. See Barrett.
Barnevelt. See Olden Barneveld.
Baroccio, Barocio, Barozzio, Pietro Lorenzo, secretary of Savoy:
-, may resume negotiations, 154; Scaglia expects, at Hague, 345.
Baronis, Ottavio, merchant:
-, ready to set up house at Nice, 387, 523; goes to Nice to encourage English trade, 568; brings cloth of English, 579.
barons. See peers.
Barozzio. See Baroccio.
Barradas, Barens, Francois de:
-, fall of, 110.
Barre, Sieur de la, Labar, gentleman of queen mother:
-, sent to Savoy and Lorraine, 561.
Barrett, Sir Edward, Baret, English ambassador to France:
-, to be in readiness, 86; not hurried, 92.
Barrington, Sir Francis:
-, Essex electors want for member, 595n.
Basadonna, Paolo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 213, 319, 355.
Basel, Switzerland, 189, 244.
-, Margrave of Baden at, 46; Fleming goes to, 155.
Basra, Balsara [Mesopotamia, Turkish Empire]:
-, English to help Persians to take, 400.
-, Pasha of:
-, sends complaints about English in Persian Gulf, 400; Turks prepare to build galleys for 401.
Bassano [Prov. Vicenza, Italy]:
-, courier robbed near, 94, 132.
Bassompierre, Francis, Sieur de, Marshal of France, French ambassador extraordinary to England, 3, 24, 37, 45, 51, 52, 68, 86, 107, 116, 158, 177, 375, 614.
-, French resent ill treatment, 2; negotiations hopeless, 4; ordered to make satisfactory settlement, 7; commissioners take reply to, 8; Charles gives way to, 9; negotiations with, about ships and goods seized, 10, 21.
-, report of negotiations, 14, 29; Huguenots object to concessions made to, 20; forming queen's household, 21; Buckingham courts, 22; good offices asked for Denmark, 23.
-, religious released for, 25; successful, 28; confers with Buckingham, 30; anxious to get back, 32.
-, may go to emperor, 31; departs, presents to, 38; concessions to, 39, 615, 616.
-, cordial relations with Buckingham, 40; takes leave of Contarini and tells of negotiations, 40, 41.
-, gives satisfaction at English court, 42; Savoy not pleased at success, 46.
-, made Buckingham desirous of glory of adjustment, 53; Buckingham fears may be treated like, 54.
-, object of reconciliation, 58; Buckingham confers with at Canterbury, 59, 66; French court dissatisfied with, 60.
-, priests released at suit, 63; confidence in good fortune, 64.
-, reports Spanish raid on Scilly islands, 65, 80; reaches Paris, 67, 77; keeps retired, 80.
-, dissuades Buckingham from going to France, 67, 89; Richelieu jealous of, 82, 88, 104.
-, arrangements not approved in France, 82, 92, 104, 111, 124, 139, 140, 206, 229, 236, 254, 265, 363, 462, 509; pities English, 85; Louis disapproves of negotiations, 97.
-, Holland tried to obtain satisfaction for, 110; negotiating second visit of Buckingham, 113; Buckingham's reply to, 115.
-, works hard to get arrangements confirmed, 122; says French will uphold demands by force, 132.
-, Richelieu repents rejecting settlement, 135; Charles resented disavowal, 153, 165, 176, 455.
-, example of, deters others, 163; tries to get Montagu to visit queen mother and Richelieu, 168.
-, arrangement with, 198, 199; proposes measures against England, 219; got more in England than instructed to ask for, 337; Strozzi treated in same way as, 343.
-, sent to persuade Rochellese to submit, 439; Richelieu mistrusts, 469.
-, sent to treat with Rochellese, 469, 482; English duped over, 518; only settled appearances, not essentials, 616.
-, Buckingham offended by disavowal of, 617, 618.
Baths and Wells, Bishop of. See Laud.
Baugy, Baugi, Sieur de. See Bar.
Bautru, Botru, Guillaume de, Count of Serrant:
-, confers with Ashburnham, 404; sent to tell Queen of France of relief of St. Martin, 421; at Madrid, 527.
Bavaria [German Empire], 464.
-, Duke of. See Maximilian.
Baya, La. See San Salvador.
Bayonne [Basses Pyrenees, France]:
-, Dunkirkers take prizes into, 208; men of, relieve fort St. Martin, 403.
-, governor of. See Gramont.
Bazan, Alonso de, Marquis of Santa Cruz, Santa Croce:
-, fleet of, 66.
Beaulieu, M. de:
-, gets into Ré with relief, 422, 443.
-, letter to Sir Thomas Puckering, 595n.
Beaulieu-Persac, Boliu, M. de:
-, Buckingham releases, and gives sword, 488.
Beaumont, Count of. See Harlay, Christopher de.
Beblitz. See Peblitz.
Becher, Bichier, Sir William, secretary to the Council:
-, return from Rochelle and report, 341.
-, collection of subsidy in, 119.
Bedmar, Marquis of. See Cueva, Alonso de la.
Belegno, Filippo, Venetian Proveditore of the Fleet:
-, despatch of, 409.
-, tries to restrain ship Dragon, 409, 410, 412.
Bellegarde, Duke of. See St. Lary.
Below, William de, Danish ambassador in England, 241.
-, confidential relations with Contarini, 51; presses for money, 79; realises truth about alleged promises of Venice, 84; thinks peace advisable, 91.
Bembo, Agostin, Savio alla Mercanzia, 319, 355, 389.
Beneventide Benavides, Don Christoforo, Spanish ambassador at Venice:
-, claims exemption for Gardar, 140, 141, 156; blandishments to Venice, 282.
-, corrupt bargain of English merchants with, 272.
Beniton. See Boniton.
Bentivoglio, Cardinal Guido:
-, attends Te Deum to celebrate Ré, 503.
Berck, Cavalier, John, Dutch ambassador at Venice, 8.
-, supports Kratz, 81; discussion with Wake and Kratz, 82; appeal to Venice for Denmark, 88, 89; gives in about Denmark, 96.
-, secretary tells of capture of Groenlo, 349.
Bergamo [Prov. Bergamo, Italy], 182.
-, Rectors of, 200.
Bergeran, Beringam,—, first gentleman of the king's chamber, 487.
-, brings queen mother news of victory at Ré, 467.
-, Carleton to raise subsidy in, 102n.
Bermuda, West Indies:
-, tobacco of made crown monopoly, 350.
Bernardin, Piero, purser of ship Madonna del Rosario, deposition of, 413.
Bernaschi, Prince of Wallachia:
-, intercepts letter from Gabor, 580.
-, Wake finds lords of perturbed, 15.
Bernsdorf, Gorio Guglielmo, gentleman of the King Palatine:
-, at Brescia to see Thurn, 212.
Bertanza, Desiderio, farmer of duty, Zante:
-, deposition, 272.
Bertie, Robert, Lord Willoughby de Eresby, Lord Great Chamberlain, admiral of the Fleet:
-, supposed quarrel with Denbigh, 6; gives reasons for bringing fleet back, 12.
-, refuses command of English for Denmark, 22, 33; cedes regiment to Morton, 42; second in command of fleet, 205, 619.
-, Earl of Lindsey:
-, to command new regiment, 280.
Berulle, Pierre de:
-, bad influence on Richelieu, 110; confers with Messia, 303.
-, tells Spada Huguenots will rise, 316; works hard for union between France and Spain, 333.
-, intrigues with Spanish ambassadors, 345; suggestion to facilitate Spanish alliance, 353.
-, news of promotion, 424; Richelieu reopens negotiatiations with Spain through, 426; obtains red hat by abusing Huguenots, 428; Richelieu got red hat for, 433; wants union with Spain, 451.
-, dissuades queen mother from restoring English flags, 528; tries to keep up civil war, 538.
-, said pope should rebuke Savoy for negotiations with Montagu, 562; bad influence over queen mother, 569.
-, Henrietta denounces as false, 570; English mistrust, 624.
Bethune, Margaret de, Duchess of Rohan:
-, escapes to Rochelle, 134; goes to see Duke of Savoy at Geneva, 295.
-, French suspect intrigues at Venice, 509, 529.
-, -, Maximilian de, Marquis of Rosny, Rhoni, grand master of the Artillery:
-, Richelieu suppresses office, 230; letter about relief of Ré, 429.
-, -, Philip de, French ambassador at Rome, 410, 456.
-, says no further difficulties about Valtelline, 8.
-, speaks of English fleet, and Buckingham's luxury, 325; speaks of state of France, 331.
-, tells Contarini state of affairs at Ré, 343, 382, 425.
-, does not believe Savoy against France, 344; speaks of Messia's offers, 357, 358, 367.
-, complains of Scaglia, 358; thinks Rochelle cause of all mischief, 367.
-, Contarini urges reconciliation on, 381; would advise peace, 382.
-, insists that France cannot suffer foreign interference with Huguenots, 394, 400, 401; Contarini urges reconciliation on, 401; Contarini's reply to commended, 413.
-, impresses views on pope, 402, 425; remarks on situation and reconciliation, 402, 403; views about treatment of Huguenots and reconciliation, 414, 430, 431.
-, gentleman of, at Turin, 416.
-, sanguine of English withdrawal from Ré, 424, 431; claims credit for peaceful disposition of king, 425.
-, tells Contarini of mutiny of Scots levies for Ré, 430; gives Contarini news of Ré, 452.
-, pessimistic about peace, 477; congratulated about Ré, 501; celebrates victory, 503.
-, vindicates master's policy, 502; offended at Spanish taking credit for English retreat, 513.
-, suggests mediation of Venice, 525, 529; says king determined to reduce Rochelle, 540.
-, treating for union between France and Spain, but wrote pope might negotiate reconciliation, 563.
-, hears of wreck of English ships and of Carlisle's mission, 581; reports success at Ré, 608.
Beumon. See Harlay, Christopher de, Count of Beaumont.
Biandrat, Pietro, resident of Savoy in France, 421.
Bichier. See Becher.
Biscay. See Vizcaya.
biscuits, 443, 561.
bishoprics left vacant, 24.
Bisshop, William, Bishop of Chalcedon, 408n.
Blaia. See Blaye.
Blainville, Sieur de. See Varinières.
Blancard. See St. Blancart.
Blanchefort de Crequy, Charles de, Prince of Poix, M. di Crichi, Lieutenant of Dauphiné, 466.
-, increases frontier garrisons, 29; returns to Dauphiné, 335; at congress of Susa, 337.
-, -, Charles de, de Crequy, Sieur de Canaples, Canaple:
-, engagement with Buckingham, 466, 467.
Blavet [Morbihan, France]:
-, fleet to raid, 280; Dunkirkers to convoy French ships built in Netherlands to, 396, 455.
Blaye, Blaia [Charente Inférieure, France]:
-, Guise ordered to, 354.
Blenville. See Varinières, John de, Sieur de Blainville.
Blois [Loire et Cher, France]:
-, bulk of army left at, 302.
Blount, Mountjoy, Baron Mountjoy, 550.
-, taken prisoner at Ré, 468, 480; reported slain, 474; fears for Buckingham, 496; Louis lets off ransom, 497; returns to England, 536, 537, 544, 548.
-, entertains Meaux, 544.
Boet, Boest, Boetto, Nicolas, Colonel, envoy of Baden, 81, 122.
-, proceeds to Brescia, 19, 20; Wake introduces, 47; in Collegio, 49.
-, credentials, 49; letter of, 50; repeats demands, 59; concealed objects from Cavazza, 67.
Boetzelaer, Gideon van, Lord of Langerach, Langarac, Dutch ambassador in France, 333, 557.
-, complains of administration of subsidy, 96; retort to Richelieu about rejecting alliance, 117.
-, communications with Joachim, 106, 113; Richelieu makes up to, 135.
-, says French want Dutch to mediate with England, 149; English have bad opinion of, 165.
-, renewal of treaty of Compiègne entrusted to, 179; urges Richelieu to get Dutch to grant ships, 192.
-, going to Holland and England, 236; suspects understanding between France and Spain, 360.
-, Richelieu remonstrates with about Dutch joining enemies, 308; Richelieu's altercation
with, when offered mediation, 310; quarrel with Richelieu pacified, 367.
-, going for answer about mediation, 328; feigns illness, 329; no reply to about mediation, 331.
-, treated harshly, writes of Moretta, 345; pleased at renewal of alliance with France, 353.
-, reply about English alliance, 358; reply to offer of mediation, 362; king refused to listen to, 363.
-, Venice approves of efforts at reconciliation, 364; reports alliance with France nearly arranged, 385.
-, treats for reconciliation, 403; secretary of, at Hague, about alliance, 414, 458.
-, defends Dutch action about Texel incident, 451; reports Buckingham at Loix, 496.
-, Louis insists on Dutch signing treaty of, 548, 555; Orange condemns about treaty, 554.
-, Dutch repudiate, 563; queen mother gives placet for receiving colleagues, 570.
-, letters from about Montague, 569; reassured Aerssens about reception, 598.
-, gentlemen of in Switzerland, 244.
-, estates of:
-, recall Wallenstein, to resist emperor, 448.
-, emperor to make son heir of, 454.
-, King of. See Frederick V, Elector Palatine.
-, Queen of. See Elizabeth, Princess Palatine.
Boian. See Royan.
-, sent to Tower, 256.
Boissi. See Bar, N. de, Lord of Baugy.
Boliu. See Beaulieu-Persac.
Bologna [Prov. Bologna, Italy], 504.
Bolore. See Boislorée.
Bonamissa, M. de, Gabor's agent at Porte, 197.
-, demands investiture, 75; Roe tries to get truth from, 103; denies peace with emperor, 158, 203; notes to Roe and Haagen, 300, 348, 356.
Bonaventure. See Ships, names of.
Boniton, Beniton, John Humphrey, Nufrio, English merchant, 18.
-, proceedings against, 208, 272.
-, -, Alfred, English merchant:
-, petition of, 389.
Bonne, Francis de, Duke of Lesdiguières, Dighieres, Constable of France:
-, at congress of Susa, 337; sons-in-law and son at relief of Ré, 479.
-, on sacraments, 218; encomium of Scot on Venice, 338, 381; effort to circulate Greek, at Constantinople, 356; Greeks reprint at Constantinople, 494.
-, of St. Isidore, 356.
-, of Isaac, Patriarch of Constantinople, 356.
-, See also Prodromus Vindictae; Tractatus de haeresi.
Borbonoys. See Livron, Charles de, lieutenant of Bourbonnais.
Bordeaux [Gironde, France], 175, 205.
-, wine trade, 34.
-, wine detained at, 54, 68; ships from with goods, 250.
-, English ships seized at, 254, 265, 329, 337, 617; revolt at, 294.
-, boats built at to sink at Rochelle, 496, 561.
-, parliament of:
-, will not accept edicts against English trade, 257.
Boros, Boroughs. See Burgh.
-, Porte would allow Mansfelt to pass through, 133.
Bostanghi, royal gardener:
-, murder of, 299.
Bosthude. See Buxtehude.
Botru. See Bautru.
Bottaro, Botaro,—, secretary of French ambassador at Hague:
-, going back to Hague, 149, 157; reaches Hague, 163.
Bottigliero. See Bouthillier.
Bouchorst, Nicholas de, secretary of Dutch assembly, 564.
Boueria, Zacharia, of Saluzzo, Capuchin friar:
-, Bavaria sends to Paris, 45.
Bougi. See Bar, N. de, Lord of Baugy.
Bouillon, Duke of. See Tour, Frederick Maurice de la.
Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, captures by English fleet off, 251, 411; Vosbergh at, 599.
Bourbon, Anne de, Countess of Soissons, 325.
-, Lorraine visits, 219; Richelieu makes advances to, 234; agrees to see Richelieu, 289.
-, confidential relations with Venice, 385; does not wish
to see reconciliation with England, 386.
-, supplies information to Zorzi, 497; reported league with enemies of France, 569.
-, -, Louis de, Count of Soissons, 294.
-, reception at Venice, 96; intriguing, 112; league with enemies of France, 139.
-, going to Burgundy, 199; Lorraine will side with, 220; at Florence, 222.
-, Buckingham tries to tempt against king, 223; English rely on, 228; English try to stir up, 239, 618.
-, Savoy's understanding with, 282, 296; at Turin, 289; Savoy will help, 295, 305, 316, 620.
-, returns with troops, 290; French want to prevent Savoy helping, 314; French expect in Dauphiné, 336.
-, French fear agreement with Prince Tomaso of Savoy, 347; will not move, 357.
-, sends news of fall of fort St. Martin, 362; has hand in movement of England, 386.
-, news about Ré, 387; English understanding with, 405; English intrigues with, 407.
-, French hope arrest of Montagu will stop intrigues, 489; at Te Deum for Ré, 490.
-, Richelieu's efforts for reconciliation with, 514; reports in Paris against, 526; sends gentleman to France, 527.
-, Richelieu tries to find out intrigues, 529; reported league with enemies of France, 569.
-, -, Maria de, Duchess of Orleans:
-, Queen Henrietta wears mourning for, 293; Henrietta sends Jermyn about, 310; death of, 317.
-, condolences on death, 345.
-, -, Colonel:
-, chief command for Denmark, 183.
-, - Conde, Henry II, Prince of, Prince of Condé:
-, reception at Venice, 96; going against Rohan, 452; d'Esplan takes news of Ré to, 480.
Bourbonnais, M. de. See Livron, Charles de.
Bousi. See Bar, N. de, Lord of Baugy.
Bouthillier, Rottigliero, Bottigliero, Leon, Count of Chavigny, Secretary of State, 220.
-, question of sending to England, 155, 202.
Bozzolo [Prov. Cremona, Italy]:
-, Prince of. See Gonzaga, Scipio.
Brabant, 147, 170.
-, news from, 162.
-, Wake appeals for, 182; released from ban, 200.
Brahe, George, of Huedholm, Danish ambassador to England, 432, 516, 543.
-, goes on to England after conference with Carleton, 333; at Gravesend, 343; says Tilly in great peril, 351; instructions, 353.
-, entry into London, 353; likely to get poor response, 359; private audience, urges reconciliation with France, 373, 374, 492.
-, conversation with Contarini, 374, 376; surprised at Strozzi's claim, 379.
-, finds Council harsher than king, 389; Joachim seconds offices, 390; Scaglia going to upset work, 391.
-, cannot get definite reply, 406; knows Charles deceived about Ré, 407.
-, decides to proceed to France, 418, 623; chief object assistance, mediation secondary, 419.
-, insists on money from Charles, 423; Spanish faction neutralises efforts, 434.
-, fresh audience of king, 435; Contarini follows example, 446; despairs of help from England, 447.
-, Carleton accounts for failure, 456; ill, 471; present to, fresh designs, 471, 623.
-, Contarini follows example in treatment of Scaglia, 473; waits for Buckingham's return, 486.
-, waiting for money, 487; Buckingham raises hopes, 500; asks for armed ships, 522, 532, 533.
-, Rochellese deputies will not see, 531; Buckingham's reply to, 546; and sees again before departure, 547.
-, Governor of Dover took Venetian packet from, 564; Louis will not answer if suggests giving up Rochelle, 564; received at Paris, 570.
-, to blame for seizure of Venetian packet, 571; proposals for reconciliation, 579, 594.
-, letters from Christian for, 585; expects to effect little, 597; came to represent king's plight, 621.
-, suggestion for reconciliation, 622; thought of going to Italy, and short of money, helped by Charles, 624.
Brandenburg [German Empire]:
-, Tilly's troops quartered in, 91; Danish forces enter, 244.
-, Margrave of. See George William; Joachim Frederick.
-, Prince of. See Christian William of Brandenburg.
-, duty readily paid on, 57.
-, box of, for Wake, at Padua, 557, 561, 592; Wake returns thanks for, 591.
Bread [Prov. North Brabant, Netherland]:
-, Scaglia at, 248; claims of Luz at, 255.
Bremen [German Empire], 241, 244.
-, bishopric of, 63.
-, entrenchments made near, 232; Denmark fortifies, 308; Tilly's demands of, 354.
-, burgomaster of. See Zobel.
Bremon, Placide de, prior of Tonguy and Guinegaud:
-, guides relief to Ré, 468.
Breo. See Aubespine, Charles de l', Sieur de Preaux.
Brescia, Bressa [Prov. Brescia, Italy], 20.
-, despatches from, 212, 213.
-, letter from, 233.
-, Thurn leaving, 212.
-, Captain of. See Valaresso, Alvise.
-, Podestà of. See Ruzini, Domenico.
Brest [Finistere, France]:
-, plan to make emporium of world, 191; Dunkirkers take refuge in, 202; English think of attacking, 215, 281, 618.
-, news from, 212.
Brézé, Marquis of. See Maillé.
Briancon, Louis de, Sieur and Baron de la Saludie, M. della Salodia:
-, takes instructions to Cœuvres, 37.
-, nothing done at English Court without, 218; need of, 255, 615.
Bridgwater, Earl of. See Egerton.
Brielle, Brill, [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands], 65.
-, Dutch shield French ship at, 95; ice prevents Dutch ambassadors sailing from, 578.
Brigue [Canton Valais, Switzerland]: Genoese occupy, 29.
Brill. See Brielle.
Brion. See Levis, Francis Christopher de.
Brise. See Maillé, Urban de, Marquis of Brézé.
Bristol, Earl of. See Digby, John.
Britanny, France, 247, 401.
-, Richelieu, collecting ships in, 31; Richelieu means to be master in ports, 77.
-, merchants of propose to start trading fleet, 191; ships to be fitted out in, 230; English capture ships of, 235, 236.
-, Richelieu going to about ships, 242; English fleet sails towards, 253; fleet sighted off, 326.
-, king may go to, 259; rejects Richelieu, 260; Guise to go to, to collect fleet, 325.
-, Spaniards offer to send ships to, 354; ports to receive Spanish succour, 399.
-, Louis going to, to see fleet, 411; Richelieu tries to secure trade of ports of, for Spain, 460.
-, Dunkirk fleet to stop in, 494; Schomberg made governor of, 497, 510.
-, English ship wrecked in, 566; French ships in, 596.
-, Governor of:
-, ordered to post, 251.
-, See Schomberg.
Broaggio. See Brouage.
Brouage, Broaggio, Brouaia [Charente Inférieure, France], 466.
-, plot at, 270; salt pans of, 322, 621; Guise writes from, 399; picked troops land at, 451; munitions sent from, to Ré, 479.
Bruce, Colonel Sir Henry:
-, Charles sends to Ré as adviser, 474.
Brum,—, captain, 118.
Brunswick, Duchy of [German Empire]:
-, attacked by Spanish ambition, 73.
Brunswick congress at, 79.
Brussels [Belgium], 43, 191, 196, 229, 233, 242, 253, 343, 426, 441, 448, 476, 484, 624.
-, news from, 3, 17, 20, 36, 70, 103, 207, 468, 581.
-, reported missions to, for peace, 40; Swedish negotiations at,
44; Scaglia going to, 72, 108, 113, 168, 180, 190, 195, 199, 206, 211, 223, 446; mission of Rosse to, 78.
-, mission of Salisbury to, 136; Gerbier sees Rubens at, 144; overtures from, 151, 166, 169.
-, Buckingham will regulate business at, 152; schemes at, 187; Father Adrian going to, 241, 270.
-, Montagu passes through, 290; Montagu going to, 291, 296, 517; Scaglia's negotiations at, 243, 248.
-, negotiations at, 246, 255, 281.
-, Messia going to, 301; Carlisle going to, 327, 388, 521, 534; Scaglia may return to, 329.
-, honours to Montagu at, 361; Messia anxiously awaited at, 364.
-, league between France and Spain proclaimed at, 433; leader of English Catholics going to, 433, 447.
-, Te Deum at for victory at Ré, 496; Temple from, in Holland, 508; Carlisle expected at, 567, 581.
-, Hanse deputies at, 585; Gabor's nephew honoured at, 607.
Brutti, Christoforo, Venetian dragoman, 252.
-, collection of subsidy in, 114, 119.
Buckingham, Countess of. See Villiers, Mary.
-, Duchess of. See Villiers, Catherine.
-, Duke of. See Villiers, George.
-, Wallenstein might have recovered, 20; Wallenstein urged to attack, 103.
-, negotiations at, 300.
-, ambassador of Gabor at, 203; no news from, 277.
-, Mufti of, 270.
-, Pasha of. See Mortesa.
Buglion. See Bullion, Claude; Tour, Frederick Maurice de la, Duke of Bouillon.
-, regiment mutinies, 244.
-, English ships unlade, 355.
Bullion, Buglion, Claude, member of Council of State:
-, letters to Marini, 468, 469, 480; to examine Montagu, 527, 538, 540.
-, Montagu shows contempt for, 551; writes to Marini of Dutch ambassadors and Montagu, 593.
Burgh, Boroughs, Boros, Sir John:
-, to command troops for Rochelle, 159, 205; state funeral for, 420; foretold disaster at Ré, 624.
-, Soissons going to, 199.
Burlamachi, Filippo, merchant, 124.
-, loan negotiated with, 5; contract with for troops, 114; buys stores for fleet, 204.
-, London will not give guarantee to, 218; letter to Spinola, 255; to provide passage of Father Adrian, 270.
-, suggests mediation of Venice, 296; Prince Vittorio writes to about Villefranche, 305.
-, to remit payment for four regiments to Denmark, 307, 315; not instructed to send money to Venice for Gabor, 419.
-, brother-in-law of, 135.
Bushell, Gusel, Capt. William, master and owner of the Dragon:
-, escapade at Zante, 409, 410, 412.
Bussis Lamet, Plesis Lamet,—:
-, regiment at reliefs of Ré, 479.
Buxtehude, Bosthude [Hanover, German Empire]:
-, Morgan holds, 469.