Badoer, Zorzi, Captain of Brescia:
-, despatches of, 343, 347.
-, receives English ambassadors, 348.
Baghdad, Bagdad [Mesopotamia, Turkish Empire]:
-, caravan of, 54.
Bagiasso. See Pajas.
Bagni, M. di, papal nuncio in France:
-, writes of English fleet, 185; sends word of storm at Rochelle, 248, 302; likely to support peace, 317; wants books for Cardinal Barberino, 352.
-, efforts for peace of France, 447.
Bailo. See Ambassadors, Venetian, to Porte.
Bairas, Cadi of. See Mehemet son of Ali.
Bais. See Pas.
-, exported from England to Ragusa, 128.
Balancato, Andrea, a Frenchman:
-, statement of, 334.
Balfour, Sir William:
-, Espesses tries to prevent levy of horse, 5; Dutch will not let go, 6; goes to Gluckstat for levy, 16.
-, levy made by, 132.
ballad. See poem.
-, Spaniards building fleet for, 5; decision about imperative, 16; advance of Austrians on causes apprehension, 22.
-, Sweden arming for defence of, 49; ports of, unsafe for English, 59; proposal to equip ships for defence, 62.
-, Bruneau tries to spoil English and Dutch traffic in, 62, 63; Wallenstein wants agreement with Hanse towns to control, 93.
-, imperialists strengthen hold on, 444, 493; Wallenstein wants to make canal from, to North Sea, 511.
-, danger of emperor becoming master of, 513, 538; importance to English and Dutch, 528; importance to Sweden, 529.
-, imperialists want to keep footing on, 558, 561; claims of Denmark and emperor about, 583.
-, Wallenstein calls himself Lord High Admiral of, 591; importance of footing on, to Wallenstein, 600.
Banbury, co. Oxford:
-, burned by soldiers, 46n.
Bar, —de, Sieur de Baugy, French ambassador in Flanders, 158.
-, French ambassador in the Netherlands:
-, awkward demands of Dutch, 388, 389; reply to procrastinated, 401.
-, quarrel with Palatine, 407, 412, 504; Soranzo talks of peace to, 450, 451.
-, tries to get escort for French ships, 462.
Barbancon, Prince of. See Ligne d'Aremberg, Albert de.
Barbarigo, —, of Rason Vecchie:
-, told off to attend on Carlisle, 256.
Barbary, North Africa, 150.
-, English ships come from, empty, 159.
-, pirates of, 78, 163, 167, 524.
-, activity of, 337.
-, ship of, sunk by English, 79; Venetians expect attack from, 136.
-, off Cape Spartivento, 221; muscat wine sold in, 549.
-, See also Algiers; Salee; Susa; Tunis.
Barberino, Cardinal Francesco, 408.
-, Venice represents danger of Anglo-Spanish negotiations to, 219, 230; pleased at reported disaster to English fleet, 304.
-, Bagni obtaining books for, 352.
Barcelona [Prov. Catalonia, Spain]:
-, visit of Philip to, 385; Scaglia expects to find king at, 427.
Bari [Prov. Bari. Italy], 175.
Barletta [Prov. Bari. Italy]. 83.
-, Digby takes prize at, 73, 81, 125.
Baroccio, Barocio, Barozzio, Pietro Lorenzo, 155, 174, 600.
-, sent to England, 63; arrives, Scaglia introduces, 104; mission alarms Dutch ambassadors, 105, 124.
-, goes back, 123; report at Turin, 161; Savoy offers mediation through, 184, 194.
-, talk of going back to England, 390, 410, 428, 429; Venice anxious to know object of mission, 394.
-, starts for England, 439; objects of mission, 443; said to be with Carlisle, 459.
-, forerunner of Scaglia, representations to Charles, 514; commissioners reply to, 515.
-, danger to peace, 516; not yet in London, 533; says Savoy will not make terms with France, 552.
-, has letters from Scaglia, 560, 592; returning to Turin by Brussels, 565.
-, would like Venice to make reprisals on English, 588.
-, says Savoy will never concede passage to French, 589; frequently sees Soubise, 602.
Baronio, merchant, Louis arranges with, to provision Casale, 596.
Basadonna, —, Venetian councillor, 240, 241.
Basel, Switzerland, 201.
-, Carlisle expected at, 159; Carlisle at, 162, 410, 429, 447; Carlisle displeased at reception, 178; Carlisle going to, 424.
-, Scaglia's secretary at, 336; Scaglia, Porter and Rubens receive news of Buckingham's death at, 361, 386.
-, Carlisle expresses resentment against Dutch at, 461.
Basso, Lorenzo, courier, 333, 363.
Bassompierre, Francis, Sieur de, Marshal of France:
-, French discredited by disavowal of, 71; Carlisle not honoured at Basel as, 162; English take exception to disavowal of, 315.
-, Richelieu's jealousy of, 334, 349; prospect of reviving treaty, 340.
-, French exiles approach, to mediate for them, 361; confers with Montagu, 370.
-, English will not accept treaty of, 374; treaty of referred to, 375, 397, 402, 418, 464, 472, 485, 486, 536, 540.
-, popular in England, 464; likely to find Swiss disgusted, 561.
Battisti, secretary of Zorzi, 275, 326.
Baugy, Sieur de. See Bar.
Bautru, Botru, Guillaume de, Count of Serrant:
-, mission to Spain, 409, 414, 419, 454; recalled, 477; treaty will not be accepted if English peace observed, 535.
-, reported peace made by, 582, 584, 592.
Bavaria, German Empire:
-, Lady Wake has to pass through, 455; Marcheville's frequent journeys to, 561.
-, Duke of. See Maximilian.
Baye, Cape. See Chef de Baye.
-, exported from England for Venice, 565.
Beaulieu, co. Hants:
-, king at, hunting, 242.
-, letter quoted, 212n.
Bebliz. See Peblitz.
Bec d'Ambes, Begambech [Gironde, France]:
-, fear of English landing at, 265.
Bedhampton, Bethampton, co. Hants:
-, despatches dated from, 262, 263, 285, 286, 289, 291, 296.
-, Contarini staying at, 260.
Bedmar, Marquis of. See Cueva, Alonso della.
Begambech. See Bec d'Ambes.
Belegno, Filippo, Proveditore of the Fleet, 103n.
Bellegarde, Duke of. See St. Lary, Roger de.
Bembo, Giacomo, Proveditore of Zante:
-, measures for safety of Zante, 306; remonstrates about English privateers, 327, 328.
-, tries to get rid of Digby, 331.
-, despatches, 327, 331, 365.
Benediction. See Ships, names of.
Bentio, Giovanni Battista:
-, petition of, 142.
-, Digby captures goods of, 543, 556, 558; orders to Ricaut, 588.
Beplis. See Peblitz.
Bergamo [Prov. Bergamo, Italy], 386.
-, company of Captain Thomas at, 98.
-, instructions for entertaining Carlisle at, 329, 332; English ambassadors travel by, 343, 344, 348.
-, Captain at:
-, to provide escort for Wake, 217.
-, Rectors of, 344, 348.
-, talks of raising levies for Venice, 80.
-, Carlisle expected at, 159.
Bertie, Robert, first Earl of Lindsey, Linze, Admiral, 377.
-, not trusted with peace negotiations, 288, 290; commands relief for Rochelle, 289, 309.
-, Richelieu expects interview with, 325; no authority to treat, 352.
-, commissioner for Admiralty, 338n, 569; reported treating with French, 366.
-, sends Montagu ashore, 371; Contarini wants to have power to conclude peace, 372, 375.
-, ordered to attempt relief, 373; accused of lacking in severity with Rochelle fleet, 503.
Berulle, Berul, Pierre, Cardinal:
-, to replace Bethune at Rome, 7; letter seized and taken to, 52.
-, exceptional in not deploring civil war, 75; reassures Zorzi about Bautru's negotiations, 535.
Besta, Azzo, 386.
Bethampton. See Bedhampton.
Bethune, Margaret de, Duchess of Rohan:
-, at Wake's house at Venice, 256; suggested Venice shall compliment Rohan through, 501.
-, -, Philip de, French ambassador at Rome, 323.
-, Berulle to replace, 7; Contarini urges peace on, insinuation against Venice, 27; challenges Savoyard ambassador on statement about Rochelle, 159, 160.
-, curious about Carlisle's visit to Venice, 160, 249, 279, 298; tells of Savoy's efforts to reconcile England and Spain, 178.
-, Contarini to inform of negotiations with Spain, 219; tells of straits of Rochelle, 220.
-, refers to peace negotiations and Carlisle's visit, 229, 249; suspicious about Carlisle, 304, 336.
-, tells Contarini latest news from France, 263; Contarini to tell of Carlisle's office at Venice, 278.
-, complains of pope, 264; pope's reply to, 279; glad of reported disaster to English fleet, 304.
-, communications with Marini, 306; hopes from Buckingham's death. 336.
-, relieved at Carlisle leaving Venice, 346; opinion of Savoy and Carlisle, 387.
-, remarks on English peace, 399, 400; remarks to Barberino about rejoicings over Rochelle, 408; says peace certain, 419.
Beuvron, Marquis of. See Harcourt, James de.
Bianderat, Pietro, Savoyard secretary in France:
-, reports damage to English fleet, 366.
Bibonetto, Ribonetto, Giacomo, courier, 308, 352, 370, 372.
billeting, 171, 416.
-, of sailors near London, 2; parliament petitions against, 46, 70, 84, 171.
-, at and near Portsmouth, 260, 263.
Biscay. See Vizcaya.
biscuits, 258, 319, 403.
-, favour Arminianism, 537; general pardon to, question in parliament, 551; parliament wants to punish, 557.
Bisitas, on channel of Black Sea.
-, despatches dated at, 117.
-, Turks make incursion into, 149.
-, sailors billeted in, 2n.
Blainville, Sieur de. See Varinières, John de.
Blanchefort de Crequy, Charles de, Prince of Poix, Chrichi, Crichi:
-, ordered to Italy, 465, 477; sent back to Dauphinè, 469.
-, Wake suspects of propagandism in Angrogna, 494; wants to estrange people from Savoy, 509; to relieve Casale, 512.
Blavet [Morbihan, France]:
-, move of Soubise on, ended Valtelline war, 530.
Blé, James du, Marquis of Uxelles, Marquis of Veel:
-, failure to help Mantua, 510.
Boetzelaer, Gideon van, Lord of Langerach, Langarach, Dutch ambassador in France, 584.
-, English complain of, for signing alliance with France, 11; French ask for ratification of treaty signed by, 389; Dutch will not accept it, 412.
-, treaty of referred to, 451.
-, Aerssens and Vosberghen leave peace in hands of, 546.
-, secretary of, in England, 459.
-, writes to England about peace, 561.
Bohemia, King of. See Ferdinand, son of Emperor Ferdinand II; Frederick V, Elector Palatine:
-, Queen of. See Elizabeth, Princess Palatine.
Bois le Duc, Hertzogenbosch, Bolduch [Prov. North Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, mutiny at, 444.
Bolduch. See Bois le Duc.
Bollani, Bolani, —, Savio alla Mercanzia, 557, 563.
Bolon. See Toulon.
-, preaching in valley of Angrogna, 509.
Boniton, Humphrey, English merchant at Cephalonia:
-, Proveditore sends for about behaviour of countrymen, 17.
books and pamphlets:
-, appears in Netherlands libelling Buckingham, 242.
-, Zorzi wants from England for Cardinal Barberino, 352, 522.
-, heretical Greek in Crete, 384.
-, of new sect; prohibited, 503.
-, with Articles of surrender of Rochelle and account of Scanderoon fight, 507.
Borbonoys. See Livron, Charles de, lieutenant of Bourbonnais.
Bordeaux [Gironde, France]:
-, English landing expected near, 182, 367.
-, news from, 204.
-, French seized English ships at, 487; Porter arrested near, 498.
Borley, co. Essex, 580n.
Bornenizza, Francesco, tutor of Count of Hulst:
-, interview with Buckingham, 20.
Boswell, William, secretary to Carlisle, 271, 301.
-, in Collegio, 291, 292, 299; Venetian gratuity to, 318.
Botiglier. See Bouthillier.
Botru. See Bautru.
-, Roe asks for release, 27.
Bottiglier, Antonio, master of the San Giovanni Battista, 149.
Bourbon, Aloysia de, Princess of Conti:
-, gentleman of, 351.
-, -, Louis de, Count of Soissons:
-, to go to Paris for Montagu's release, 4; goes to watch English fleet, 330.
-, proposal to make Governor of Dauphiné, 519.
Bourbon Condé, Henry II, Prince of, Prince of Condé:
-, affected by position of Rohan, 57; beaten, 295; following after Rohan, 383; not to go to Britanny against Rohan, 535.
Bourbonnais, Lieutenant of. See Livron, Charles de.
Bouthillier, Botiglier, Leon, Count of Chavigny, French secretary of State:
-, consults with Zorzi about queen mother's reply to Henrietta, 456.
Brabancon. See Ligne d'Aremberg, Albert de, Prince of Barbancon.
-, Carlisle going through, 72.
Brahe, George, of Huedholm, Danish ambassador to England and France, 55.
-, representations to Louis, 7; Venetian letters sent by, 18, 31; passport to, 29.
-, fruitless negotiations, 50, 128; at Gravesend, 128; suspicious of Carlisle's visit to Brussels, 158.
-, reports French designs on England, 169; not satisfied, 170; to return home, 184.
-, representations against projected attack on France, 185, 190.
-, daily demands for help, 188; assurances to upon Spanish negotiations, 193; decides to send assurances to France, 194.
-, no special representations to Charles about Spanish negotiations, 207.
-, asks help for Gluckstat and Krempe, 214; piqued at coming of Rosencranz, 260.
-, not allowed to go, 290; at Hague, 327.
Brandenburg, Margrave of. See George William.
-, Prince of. See Christian William of Brandenburg.
Brazil, South America:
-, Portuguese interest in, 93.
Breault, Charles de, Sieur de la Grossetieère, la Grossettiera:
-, sent from Rochelle to England for help, 133; arrives at London, 157; captured, 183, 187, 220.
Breda [Prov. North Holland, Brabant]:
-, governor will not admit Carlisle, 113.
-, chapter of, elects emperor's second son as co-adjutor, 600.
Bremont, Chevalier James, de:
-, a supposed spy, 263; released, 518.
Brenta, River, N. Italy, 251.
Brescia [Prov. Brescia, Italy], 344.
-, Wake goes to, to meet Carlisle, 238; reception of English ambassadors at, 343, 348.
-, la Posta inn, 253.
-, Captain of. See Badoer, Zorzi.
-, Podesta of. See Ruzini, Domenico; Zen, Francesco.
-, Rectors of:
-, instructions to, 248, 329, 332.
-, dispatch from, 253.
-, condemn Provaglio, 328.
-, gentlemen of, 384.
-, Wake to meet Carlisle at, 200.
-, Captain at:
-, to provide escort for Wake, 217.
Breville, Governor of Vire:
-, understanding with English, 173.
Brézé, Marquis of. See Maille.
Briancon, Louis de, Sieur and Baron de la Saludie, M. di Saludie:
-, sent to inform Venice of taking of Rochelle, office in Collegio, 426; reply to, 430.
-, bribery in England, 579; Digby promises, 588.
Bricqueville, Sieur de. See Piennes, Isaac de.
Brielle, Brill [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands]:
-, Carlisle proposes to sail from. 496.
Brinaut (?) Vidault, Captain, Vice-Admiral of Rochellese:
-, with Denbigh's fleet, 116.
Brise, M. de. See Maille, Urbain de, Marquis of Brézé.
Brissac, Brisach, Duke of. See Cossé.
Bristol, Earl of. See Digby, John.
-, English fleet captures ships in, 111; ships from, at Rochelle, 148.
-, La Ramee to take Montagu to, 355; Condé not to go to, against Rohan, 535.
-, naval preparations in, 539; estates reserved for Rohan in, 567.
-, presented to Carlisle at Turin, 400.
Brochier, Steffano, a Frenchman, captain of the Redentor:
-, report about privateers, 327.
Browne, John, founder of iron ordnance:
-, rewarded for casting light guns, 572.
Bruce, Sir Henry:
-, suggested for Venice service, 107.
Brulart, Nicholas, Lord of Sillery, Chancellor of France:
-, Savoy praises, 178.
-, -, Peter, Viscount of Puisieux, Secretary of State:
-, Savoy praises, 178.
Bruneau, Bruneo, Jacques:
-, tries to upset English and Dutch traffic in Baltic, 62, 63.
-, Imperialists demand monthly contribution from, 493.
Brussels, Belgium, 72, 104, 113, 290, 312, 358, 364, 384, 414, 544, 552.
-, news from, 5, 64, 92, 102, 111, 185, 218, 266, 317, 338, 423, 431, 459, 479, 498.
-, Carlisle will go to, 37; talk of going, 91, 466, 470, 471, 480; denied, 96, 108; Carlisle goes to, 119, 124, 131, 149, 150, 157, 170, 174, 179, 201, 288, 295, 461, 462.
-, Dutch suspicions of, 105; Spinola expected at, 108.
-, Scaglia going to, 187, 215, 232, 241, 251, 412; intrigues at, 192, 217, 357; Argyle ten years at, 198; Gerbier and Porter go to, 252.
-, gentleman of Carlisle at, 283; Scaglia returning to, 292; Scaglia's negotiations at, 336.
-, Carlisle had no negotiations at, 361, 362; Cottington going to, 417, 431; Carlisle's negotiations at, 422, 469, 494.
-, full powers at, to conclude peace, 418, 455, 493, 503; Carlisle to stay at, on return, 431, 473, 476, 483.
-, Dutch have no share in negotiations at, 432; Carlisle has no commission to treat at, 447.
-, Carlisle refers to visits to, 528; Baroccio travels by, 565; Vane may be sent to, 593.
Buckingham, Countess of. See Viliers, Mary.
-, Duchess of. See Villiers, Catherine.
-, Duke of. See Villiers, George.
buffalo hides, 388.
Buglione. See Bullion.
Bullion, Claude, the little Buglione, member of French Council of State:
-, presses Montagu about peace, 3; Dutch ambassadors referred to, 24; letter taken to, 53.
Bundock, William, captain of the John Bonaventure:
-, near Patras, 320; plunders Orlandini's ship, 323.
Burchieli, (?), a palace, 251.
Burchello, il, 342.
-, county of. 410.
-, Savoy can easily get men from, 450.
Burlamachi, Philip, merchant:
-, to buy cloth for Danish troops, 49n; commission to purchase gunpowder for Tower, 172.
Busenello, Marc Antonio, Venetian secretary at Mantua:
-, instructions to, 511.
Bushell, William, captain of the Dragon, 103n.
-, honours Roe, 145.
Butter, Nathaniel, publisher of account of Scanderoon fight, 507n, 535.
-, punished, 484.
Byrnes, sept of the:
-, Falkland's charges against, 359n.