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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 20: 1626-1628 (1914), pp. 662-668. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89153 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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D.D. (?Don Daniel alias Mr. Preston): letters on Chalcedon controversy, 609.

D.S.:
-, defence of Regulars against Bishop of Chalcedon, 609–613.

Dalbier. See Dulbier.

d'Alevado. See Alevado.

Dalezi, Hierolamo, Captain of Padua.
-, See Leze.

damask, 272.

Damata, bishop of. See Spada.

Dampiere. See Dompierre.

Dampierre, Francesco, 202.

Danes. See Denmark.

d'Angennes. See Angennes.

Daniel, Don, alias Mr. Preston:
-, letters about Chalcedon claims, 609.

Danzig [West Prussia, German Empire]:
-, fight with ships of, 274; with hold on Baltic Austrians can control trade with, 352; English trade with, 619.

Darbo. See Phelippeaux, Raymund, lord of Herbault.

Dartmouth, Dormont, co. Devon, 8.

d'Aumont. See Aumont.

Dauphiné, France, 227.
-, troops sent to frontier, 165; disturbance in will help English, 228.
-, Savoy cannot do much against, 334; Crequy returns to, 335; French uneasy about, 336.
-, English do not get help from attack on, 357.
-, lieutenant of. See Blanchefort de Crequy.

d'Avaux, Sieur. See Mesmes, Claude de.

David and Dehinsse, deputies from Rochelle:
-, expected in London, 471, 472, 482; confers with Buckingham, 472; accompanies Buckingham, 497; reports Targoni's stockade destroyed, 565.

Dehinsse, deputy of Rochelle. See under David.

Delft [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands]:
-, Carleton confers with Danish ambassadors at, 333, 456.
-, Rubens goes to, 416.

Denbigh, Countess of. See Fielding, Susan.
-, -, Earl of. See Fielding William.

Denmark and Danes, 120, 163, 586.
-, news from, 108.
-, English regiments for, from Netherlands, 1, 2, 5, 6, 22, 36, 43, 65, 103, 114, 126.
-, command of, 62.
-, Dutch help for, 5.
-, English help for, 11, 16, 28, 43, 58, 63, 64, 70, 83, 136, 144, 153, 159, 178, 267; England cannot pay subsidy to, 89, 91.
-, English troops for, 219.
-, Bassompierre offers help for, 21; levies for in Moravia, 29; English fail, 30.
-, English officers evade going to, 42; alleged Venetian promises sent to, 47; Buckingham talks of negotiations with, 51, 52.
-, forces waste Silesia, 58; reported negotiations for peace, 79; Venice prevents Milan helping against, 81.
-, appeals to Venice to help, 88, 320, 384; need of united effort to support, 90; attitude of Venice to, 129, 131, 350.
-, difficulties in peace negotiations, 95; English league with, 100; Scottish levies for, 105, 124, 131, 420.
-, Dutch fear will come to terms, 150; Charles will not treat with Spain without consulting, 152.
-, help of Gabor, 158; Dutch alliance with, 165; son and Council left in charge, 182.
-, Council of War of, 183; method of paying troops, 186; ships seized released, 207.
-, Thurn going to, 211, 213; Gabor to join forces, 261, 262; Contarini to cultivate ministers of, 289.
-, seizure of English ships in, 292.
-, Burlamachi to send pay for regiments to, 307; Venetian captains serving, 318.
-, negotiations for peace with, 311; army in Silesia dispersed, 327.
-, gentleman from, in England, 322; wish to include in compromise with Austria, 343.
-, France supplies money to, 346; money remitted to, 355; territory attacked, 374.
-, strong if united with others, 413; importance of Franco-Spanish alliance to, 438.
-, deplorable state, 448, 483, 490, 524; estates resolve not to admit foreign troops to fortresses, 469.
-, Prince of Brandenburg went to Gabor to save, 470; Spanish ships sent to, about Sound, 476.
-, councillor who favours, removed at Hamburg, 481; English suggest league with for defence of Baltic, 487, 498.
-, imperialists need Hanse towns for attack on, 500; Venice helped league with, 518.
-, England willabandon for Huguenots, 520; Carlisle to propose league to for defence of Baltic, 521.
-, means for supplying with ships, 532; English ships for would relieve French, 533.
-, interests require attention, 535; parliament grants money for 540.
-, (1628):
-, Charles will always have affairs at heart, 547; Carleton suggests Dutch alliance, with, 549.
-, Carlisle to ask Venice to subsidise, 550; plight of, 551; talk of English naval help for, 559.
-, nobility promise king assistance, 563; reported league against as hostis imperii, 571.
-, king on good terms with people, 585; French ready to listen to peace proposals of, 593.
-, parliament would lean to, 594; offices for reconciliation ill adapted, 598.
-, intrigues to make suspicion with Savoy, 602; Charles would like to help, but cannot, 615; English necessarily friends of, 619.
-, King of, 217.
-, - See also Christian IV.
-, Princes of. See Christian son of Christian IV; Frederick, Prince of Denmark.

Deodati, Dr., of Lucca:
-, suggests mediation of Venice between France and England, 192, 490.

Derby, Earl of, 66.

d'Espesses. See Faye.

d'Esplan, Desplan. See Alard.

Despotino, Gaspar, physician:
-, letter of Charles to doge for, 592; Venetian reply about, 594.

d'Estrées. See Estrées.

Deuxponts, Duke of. See John II.

Devereux, Robert, third Earl of Essex:
-, to command English for Denmark, 22; senior colonel in Netherlands, 23; returns from Netherlands, 43.
-, offended at Morgan's appointment, 62; Buckingham seeks to conciliate, 77.

de Vic. See Vic.

d'Ho, chevalier. See Eaux.

diamonds. See jewels.

Dieppe [Seine Inferieure, France], 273.
-, English sink ship of Richelieu near, 117; English revenge for behaviour of ships of, 411; Dutch ambassadors to land at, 562.

diet, 186.
-, question of Anstruther attending, 194.

Digby, John, Earl of Bristol, 75.
-, in Tower, near death, 94; proposed restoration to favour, 581.

Dighieres. See Bonne, Francis de, Duke of Lesdiguières.

Dishington, Discinton, Sir Thomas, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, 192.
-, loyal to king but against Buckingham, 170; efforts to reconcile France and England, 212, 220; imprisoned, 271.

dogs:
-, hunting, Louis asks Henrietta for, 497.

D'Olbier. See Dulbier.

Dolce,—, Savio alla Mercanzia, 506.

Dolfembitel. See Wolfenbuttel.

Dolfin, Andrea, Savio allo Mercanzia, 213, 355, 389, 440.

Dominican, Spanish:
-, may accompany Cottington to Spain, 545.

Dominis, Antonio di, Archbishop of Spalato:
-, Metaxa accused of spreading heresies, 466.

Dompierre, Dampier [Charente Inferieure, France]:
-, Louis rides from to coast, 429.

Donado, Antonio, Savio alla Mercanzia, 17, 57.

Donadoni. See Ships, names of.

Donflur. See Honfleur.

Doria. See Ships, names of.

Dormont. See Dartmouth.

Dorp,—, Dutch admiral:
-, Dunkirkers evade blockade of. 506.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville.

Douglas, Archibald, third Earl of Angus, 42n.
-, -, Robert, Earl of Morton, 42n.
-, marries Elizabeth Villiers, 119, 120, 161.
-, -, William, Earl of Morton, Murton:
-, to raise troops for Denmark, 28; to command Scots for Denmark, 33; declines command, 42.
-, Mar bribed to surrender treasurership to, 119.
-, troops under, from Ré, to garrison Isle of Wight, 497; at Council about letters, 605.

Doulbier. See Dulbier.

Dover, co. Kent, 34, 59, 65, 66, 228, 255, 278, 574, 577.
-, Buckingham sends things to, 85; proposed conference at, 184; courier arrested at, 239; Buckingham embarks at, 250; Agostini sent to about seizure, of packets, 564.
-, letters from, 312, 315.
-, Meaux stopped at, 564; Venetian packets seized at, 571, 572.
-, castle, 315.
-, -, lieutenant of. See Hippesley, Sir John.

Downs, the, 98n, 249.
-, London ships ordered to, 4, 61; London ships in, 69n; Dunkirkers raid village off, 148.

dowry, the queen's, 176, 616.
-, Bassompierre asks security for, 4; money promised upon security, 9; security from parliament wanted for, 10; English intent on obtaining residue, 21.
-, Buckingham to treat of, 66; Charles should pay out of French ships seized, 93, 128.
-, assignment to Holland on, 110.

dragomans:
-, vizier excludes, 252.

Dragomesti, Dragomestri [Acarnania and Aetolia, Greece]:
-, Venetian subjects dependent on for wheat, 421.

Dragon. See Ships, names of.

Druent, Count Francesco Provana di. M. di Druent:
-, Savoy may send with congratulations about Ré, 490.

Dryden, Sir Erasmus:
-, arrested for not paying subsidy, 114n.

Duc, il. See Duyck.

du Fargis, Sieur. See Angennes, Charles d'.

Dudley, Elizabeth, Countess of Lewenstein, Levestein:
-, arrives at Hague, 88.
-, -, Robert, Duke of Northumberland:
-, wants English goods sequestrated at Leghorn, 252, 262, 477; claim against Grand Duke, 262, 478; very confidential with Vianuol, 263; expects to get reprisals, 478.
-, title and position recognised at Florence, 494; gives Grand Duke lectures, his political views, 494, 495.
-, Contarini writes to Vianuol about, 537.

duke count. See Guzman, Gaspar de, Count of Olivares.

Dulbier, Dalbier, d'Olbier, Doulbier, John.
-, memorial to Venice, 138; arrives in England, 218; returns to England from fleet, 390; come to hasten reinforcements, 406.
-, takes provisions to Ré, 471; to take back French prisoners to France, 544; Hawkins goes instead, 576.
-, to levy German horse, 585, 598, 607; expected at Hague, 598; arrives, 601.

du Moulin. See Moulin.

Dunkirk, French Flanders, 77.
-, Spanish reinforcements for, 6; Spinola pays money to sailors of, 12; Spanish shallops for, 13, 86.
-, soldiers intended for dispersed, 23; strongly fortified on sea side, 30.
-, prizes taken into, 93; English exchange prisoners with, 114, 219, 277, 340; report of preparations at, 137.
-, English want to open trade with, 177; negotiations for trade with England, 241, 270.
-, Spanish troops sailing to, 249; objections to exchange of prisoners with, 278.
-, reported English landing at, 320; English at Ré could stop Spanish intercourse with, 323, 620.
-, English loss of trade with, 324; Spinola at, 472.
-, Dutch blockade of, 472, 473.
-, Wake arranges trade with, 473; trade suspended at Joachim's request, 483; ships reach with wool, 532.
-, English trade with, 576; hostilities of, 621.

Dunkirk, Dunkirkers, ships of, 247, 310.
-, Spinola wishes to put to sea, 12; Dutch pursue, 34, 44, 62, 315.
-, to convoy troops and money to Flanders, 45; reported occupation of Scilly Islands, 56, 65, 94, 102.
-, troops from Biscay for, 88; plan to destroy in harbour, 114, 115, 120, 130.
-, infest Channel, 136; depredations in Thames and Downs, 148; raids on England, 154, 161.
-, capture English ships, 161; fight with Dutch, 167, 178; capture Kratz, 186; take refuge at Brest, 202.
-, take Dutch ships, 208; depredations, 218; to join French against English, 260, 273.
-, expected from Biscay with specie, 315; Spain can only; help France with, 329; Spaniards promise to France, 351, 425.
-, English ask Dutch help against, 377; prevent letters crossing by command of sea, 378.
-, to convoy French vessels from Holland, 396, 437; English will not let ships built in Holland join, 415.
-, infantry embarking on, 435; queen mother asks Mirabel about, 476; sail for Sound, 483.
-, ordered to stop in ports of Britanny, 494; Dutch defeat off Zeeland, 498; mishaps to, 502.
-, various reports of whereabouts, 506; return damaged by storm, 515, 530; evade Dutch and English fleets, 522.

Duplessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu, 127, 217, 438.
-, (1626):
-, attention to maritime affairs, 31, 56, 77; importtant for Bassompierre to stand well with, 40.
-, Spada suggests league against England to, 45, 71; disapproves of Bassompierre's arrangements, 60; jealous of Bassompierre, 82, 88.
-, more concerned about Italy and Germany than England, 66; Bassompierre knew intrigues, 85.
-, (1627):
-, reason for affection to Scaglia, 88; covert communication to Buckingham about visit, 92; wants to ruin Scaglia, 94, 95.
-, overtures to England, 97; seeking own safety, 99; sends fresh proposals to Buckingham, 104.
-, naval preparations against England, 115; Buckingham's letter to, 116; will not answer, 117.
-, says Dutch will repent of rejecting alliance, 117; growing influence with king, 122; quarrel with England may break, 123.
-, blames secretaries and Moulins, 124; demands of English, 132; secret negotiations with Olivares, 134.
-, repents rejecting Bassompierre's settlement, 135; affects friendliness to Savoy, 139.
-, contemplates reconciliation with Spain, 140; intends some noteworthy act against Huguenots, 144.
-, Buckingham offended with, 145; Scaglia suggests conference with Buckingham, 148.
-, hopes to use Rosencranz for reconciliation, 149, 170; hostility to Buckingham, 150, 189, 342; designs on Huguenots, 152; Herbert blames, 153.
-, made Grand Master of the Sea, 155; unpopularity, 156; to arrange adjustment with England, 159, hopes for accommodation, 163.
-, Langarach marries relation of, 165; device to weaken Huguenots by levies for Denmark, 166.
-, eagerness for Montagu's visit, 168; repents harsh dealing to England, 170; designs against Huguenots, 175.
-, finds difficulty of making France maritime power, eager to settle with England, 179.
-, dread of English fleet, 188, 192, 202, 257, 273, 298; determined to suppress Huguenots, 190; merchants cry out against, 191, 192.
-, understanding with Olivares, 192, 226, 260, 388, 509; inclined to accommodation with England, 198, 233.
-, Savoy wants to strike, 199; Savoy's ill will against, 223, 254, 264.
-, gives history of quarrel with England, 199, 200; Buckingham's designs on, 205.
-, sees Chevreuse, 202; hears of raid on Conquet, 212; English fleet captures property, 219, 235.
-, naval preparations, 202, 242, 256, 257; efforts to create marine, 230, 380, 399.
-, English plans to thwart, 215; Chevreuse has no instructions from, 220; Seton creature of, 229.
-, advances to Countess of Soissons, 234; suggested Chevreuse going to England, 248.
-, going to Brittany about fleet, 242; Louis to confirm as admiral, 259, 260; ambitions for Brest, 281.
-, sends word of English raid, 244; tells Zorzi of quarrel with England, 245; Zorzi sees about reconciliation, 258.
-, bad behaviour does not affect Scaglia, 253; treatment of Scaglia's letter about reconciliation, 285.
-, Buckingham speaks against, 267; imprisons Dishington, 271; not worried by Montagu's negotiations or fleet, 281.
-, security wanted against oppressing Rochelle, 287; spies in Rochelle hanged, 294.
-, Countess of Soissons agrees to see, 289; Targoni forewarns of proceedings of English, 302.
-, Rohan writes to, 303; Montagu's letters fall into hands of, 304.
-, remonstrates with Langerach about Dutch joining enemies, 308; altercation with Langarach when offered mediation, 310, 345; quarrel with Langarach pacified, 367.
-, tormented, feeling cause of ruin of France, 309; sends Vignoles to camp with chief command, 316.
-, rancour of Savoy against, 317, 320, 442, 446.
-, hopes English will waste away at Ré, 324; Guise says must bear inconveniences of office, 325.
-, Louis will not throw over, 327; spreads web against Rochelle, 330.
-, has pataches built in Normandy, 331; incensed and bewildered, seeks way of safety, 335; bewildered, 359.
-, leaves Bassompierre in lurch, 337; Mirabel and Messia ask for port and fortress, 338.
-, measures for defending coast against English, 339; Verua speaks of headstrong character, 346.
-, rejects Spanish proposals with disdain, 353; Montagu says necessary to ruin, 360; Messia offended, 364.
-, tries for safety by winning favour of Rome and conconciliating Spain, 366; would like union with Spain, 367.
-, incensed at Spanish demands, makes league with Dutch, 370; tells Moretta will not negotiate while English on French soil, 370, 371.
-, conspires for suppression of Huguenots, 374; reluctant to begin siege of Rochelle, 380.
-, Carleton says Spain will deceive, 383; wants not only peace, but league with Spain, 384.
-, offer to Savoy for mediation, 386; efforts for reconciliation with England, 387, 393, 417.
-, inconsistent conduct, 387, 388; thinks of accommodation with Rochellese, 397; changes mind and eager for siege, 398.
-, chief object of English to bring about fall, 397; will not publish disasters at Ré, 399.
-, showers honours on Ashburnham, 404; wants Spaniards to make diversion in Scotland, 406.
-, Richard Smith creature of, 408; dissuades king from going to See fleet or army, 411.
-, secret negotiations with Ashburnham, 417, 454; concerned with dispatch of Danish ambassadors, 419.
-, may have committed Moretta, 421; wants to make terms with England without Buckingham, 426.
-, knows best for crown and self to make peace, 428; understanding with Olivares to surprise Ireland, 429.
-, gets red hat for Berulle, 433; participates secretly in Zobl's visit to England, 435, 447.
-, impatient to finish quietly with Rochelle, 439; quarrel with Angoulême, 441; goes to Oleron, 452.
-, page of at relief of Ré, 443.
-, Carleton thinks hinders reconciliation, 456; Espesses has not ear of, 457.
-, absolute ruler of France, 460; Spanish policy, 463; purely selfish, 464; would send good news, 465.
-, assures queen mother English will go soon, 466; wants to keep control of Monsieur, 468.
-, not confidential with Vignoles, mistrusts Bassompierre, 469; relief of Ré long planned by, 478, 479.
-, encourages division in Rochelle, 482; priest with great influence over, 490; negotiating with Rochelle, 506.
-, Carleton blames Wake for mentioning, 507; queen mother urges against Austrians, least Spanish of the ministers, 509.
-, gets Schomberg made governor of Britanny, 510; Savoy wants to ruin, 513, 514; quarrel with Schomberg, 522.
-, wants peace with England, 524; enemy of Aerssens, 525; sends for Bullion, 527; Montagu's intimacy with Duchess of Chevreuse will not help Montagu with, 528.
-, sends to find out foreign intrigues against France, 529; Meaux creature of, 537.
-, will not consent to Spanish fleet leaving, 539.
-, (1628):
-, Venice approaches about reconciliation, 540; will find it hard to keep king at Rochelle, 551.
-, letters of Christina against, takesall credit for Ré, 553; Carleton speaks of subtleties, 554; Carleton says utterly ignorant of affairs of world, 556.
-, D'Espesses sends Wake's office to, 557; queen mother receives Dutch ambassadors to save face, 570.
-, sends Lopes to Hague about ships, 586; away from Paris, 601; queen mother dependent on, 604.
-, Henrietta's attendants of faction, 616; secret designs against Huguenots, 617.
-, Scaglia's grudge against, 617, 624; Buckingham's hatred of, 618, 623.

Duplessis, Daniel, Bishop of Mende, Mande, Mandes, 60.
-, sends salutations to Buckingham, 40; sent to Havre about ships, 316; Carleton raves against, 333; not allowed to stay in England, 614.
-, -,—, gentleman of Soissons:
-, brings news of English fleet, 294.

Durant, M., governor of Gluckstadt, 508.

Durham, bishop of. See Neile.

Duscian, M., lieut. colonel of Chatillon's regiment:
-, sent to Netherlands, 304.

Dusseldorf [Prov. Rhenish Prussia, German Empire]:
-, news from, 191.

Dutch. See Netherlands.

Duyck, Anthony, il Due, councillor and pensioner of Holland and West Friesland:
-, Joachim warns of Spanish overtures to England, 143; Scaglia has long and confidential interview with, 318.



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