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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 21: 1628-1629 (1916), pp. 638-643. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89224 Date accessed: 24 September 2014.


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d'Achino. See Hawkins.

Dacres, Edward:
-, arrives at Turin, 556; object of mission, 562, 563, 564n; sent back, 573.

Dalmatia and Albania. See under Venice.

Dampierre, Dampier:
-, Duchess of Chevreuse at, 63.

Danby, Earl of. See Danvers.

Danes. See Denmark.

d'Angennes. See Angennes.

Danvers, Henry, Earl of Danby, Governor of Guernsey:
-, reports French naval preparations, 438; sent to Channel Islands with reinforcements, 458.

Danzig, West Prussia:
-, likely to declare for Sweden, 445; grants ten warships to emperor, 538; Denmark forbids trade with, 583.

Dartmouth, co. Devon:
-, parliament has ships seized at, 531.

d'Aubigni. See Aubigné.

Dauphiné, France, 531.
-, French troops marching through, 454; Crequy sent back to, 468; hopes of converting, 509; Wake sends man to, 519.
-, French preparations for war in, 526.

d'Avaux, Sieur. See Mesmes.

David, deputy of Rochelle in England:
-, with Charles at Portsmouth, 236.

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

Dehinsse, Deneins, M., Rochellese deputy to England:
-, with king at Portsmouth, 236.

Delft [Prov. South Holland], Netherlands:
-, English would like to move cloth trade from, to Middelburg, 86; cloth ships for, 106.
-, Company, ships of, 61.

Delight. See Ships, names of.

Delphi [Prov. Phokis, Greece]:
-, Digby brings Charles relief from temple of, 549.

Demirli, Becchir:
-, deposition of, 142.

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

Deneins. See Dehinsse.

Denmark and Danes, 84, 107, 298, 357, 370.
-, (1628):
-, alliance with England, Sweden and Dutch, 1; Charles admits he caused loss, 10; plight of, 34, 153.
-, suggested combination to help, 13; naval forces, 16; emperor offers peace, 17; Gabor accused of abandoning, 20; left Gluckstat and Crempen to Dutch to defend, 22.
-, Hamburg asks emperor not to use ships against, 23; Hanse trade with, 35, 67; Hanse will not help emperor against, 36.
-, proposed league with, for defence of sea and Germany, 49; England inclined to help, 58; Charles proposes help for, 59, 62; parliament appropriates supply for, 60.
-, league with Sweden, 61; soldiers to be sent to, 70; proposed league with Sweden, Hanse and Dutch, 72.
-, Gabor has not dissolved league with, 83; English from Stade undertake not to serve, 96.
-, officers from Stade may withdraw to, 97; Dutch need ships for, 106; greed of commissioners of, 113.
-, cavalry raised by Dulbier to go to, 108; Carlisle's negotiations at Brussels will cause suspicion in, 124.
-, referred to in parliament's remonstrance, 127; Mantua diversion will help, 154.
-, English troops for, 170.
-, Morgan going to, 188; abandoned by England, 192; will not get help from either England or France, 207.
-, English fleet thought to have gone to, 220; will go to, if adjustment with France, 232, 235.
-, Spaniards want to exclude, 237; Morgan goes to help, 241.
-, English cavalry levy can be used for, 267, 284; proposal to send English fleet to, 276, 317, 347, 365, 373.
-, nobles appointed to treat for peace, 337; king made war without consent of nobles, 338.
-, Richelieu opposed to England wasting forces in, 351; Saxony treating for peace, 356.
-, commissioners of, come to terms with emperor, 376; imperialists relieved of fear of English fleet helping, 382.
-, English troops in Holland asked for, 411; in danger if emperor gets Hans ships, 445.
-, (1629):
-, France proposes conference with, 465; English promise to help, 490.
-, imperialists demand that Hanse shall renounce neutrality with, 493; business with Wallenstein makes scant progress, 494.
-, danger of ruin, 496; Charles' determination to French peace announced in, 501.
-, proposed alliance of English and Dutch to defend, 514; Anstruther may go to, 518.
-, commissioners of, at Hamburg, 600; not empowered to conclude peace, 529.
-, Roe gives Council unusual views about, 537.
-, Dutch ambassadors leave question of helping to Rosencranz, 551.
-, cannot subsist without naval help, 562; threatened ruin, 566.
-, outcry at English seizure of ships, 569; English in treaty with, about, 570.
-, levy of Scots' regiment for, 575; Contarini to inform ministers of, of Venetian arrangement with French, 576.
-, trade with Danzig forbidden, 583; short of troops 590; little aptitude for sea, 591.
-, England without means to help, 592; will not receive Schomberg, 600.
-, diversion of, necessary to friendly powers, 601.
-, admiral of, 170.
-, king of. See Christian IV.

Derenton, Thoman, officer in Stade, 97.

Dervis, Begh, witness, 142.

Desenzano [Prov. Brescia, Italy]:
-, English ambassadors travel by, 343, 344, 347.

d'Espesses, Sieur. See Faye.

Despotini, Gaspar, 58, 152.

Dessau:
-, Kniphausen taken prisoner at, 215.

d'Estre, d'Estrées. See Estrees.

Devereux, Robert, third Earl of Essex:
-, to be Warden of Cinque Ports, 180; suggested as one to serve Venice, 216.

diamonds. See under jewels.

Diana. See Ships, names of.

diet:
-, talk of, in Germany, 239; emperor slow in assembling, 552; reconciliation of Poland and Sweden discussed at, 574.

Digby, John, Earl of Bristol:
-, allowed to take seat in parliament, 45; in favour of receiving Commons' petition, 84.
-, Buckingham on better terms with, 169; constantly with Buckingham about Spanish negotiations, 211.
-, -, Lesbi, Sir Kenelm, Calem:
-, prizes taken by, 73, 78, 81.
-, refused practique at Cephalonia, 73, 74, 81, 392; proveditore wants to get away from Cephalonia, 74; complaints about reception in Venetian ports, 77: at Argostoli, arms prizes, 98; attacks Venetian guard, 99; Proveditore asks to with draw, 102.
-, arrives at Zante, asks for practique, 112; Venice remonstrates at behaviour, 125, 126, 135, 136, 209–212, 245, 246, 247, 499, 526, 548.
-, Venice expects punishment, 134; fight with Venetians at Alexandretta, 136–142, 147, 244, 248, 281, 575.
-, correspondence with Capello, 139–141; tries to cover excess, 146, 162, 163; sails from Alexandretta, 161, 164.
-, letter to Aga of Alexandretta, 146; exchange of courtesies with Venetians, 164.
-, reasons for going to Mediterranean, 211; excesses at Zante, 245, 254; takes caramusale, 253n.
-, reply to Venice about, 271–273; case referred to Wake, 272.
-, said to have left Mediterranean, 294; nothing heard about at Hague, 302; squadron at; Zante, 306, 319.
-, merchants apprehensive of results of action, 308; proposes to go to Argostoli to careen, 319.
-, Venetians try to get away, going to Curzolari, 320; plans of, 321, 323.
-, at Moron, 323; causes trouble to Venetians, 324, 327; pays respects to Proveditore, 331.
-, Venetians try to get away, 331; behaves well, 332; sails from Zante, 333; meets Tiger, 343.
-, delighted with Patras, furious with Capello, 345; Bailo well informed about, 346.
-, Venice repeats complaints about 354, 363; colloquy between Conway and Contarini upon, 380, 381, 443.
-, further movements off Greece, 384; behaviour at Cephalonia, 391, 392.
-, Venice asks for recall, 392, 412; Levant Co. suffers from temerity, 396.
-, report on proceedings after Alexandretta affair, 403; Contarini's office against, king's reply, 417.
-, supposed near England, 418; Charles recalls to please Venice, 437, 444.
-, punishment of, 441; Argostoli fortified because of, 473; orders to Wake about, 474.
-, takes French saettia at Argostoli, 475, 480, 498; explanation given of action at Alexandretta, 482.
-, account published of Alexandretta affair, 484; Wake writes to admonish, 494, 495.
-, takes two ships of Sardinia, 495, 525, 526, 548; cruising off Zante and Cephalonia causes suspicion, 502.
-, Venice means to keep out of ports, 499; Venice persists about, 512; Venice demands punishment, 535, 544, 565.
-, printed account of Scanderoon fight, 507–509.
-, in Downs, returned, 538; Wake's attitude to, 543.
-, tries hard to keep his booty, bribes, 549; Venice demands redress for capture by of Longboat and Jonas, 554, 555; Contarini sees king about, 568, 587, 597, 598; and Admiralty, 569, 577–579, 587.
-, sends account of capture of Jonas and Longboat to Wake, 555, 556; goods in prizes of, sequestrated, 558; particulars of capture, 570, 574.
-, promises to those interested, 571; asks to be put in possession of goods, 578, 588.
-, further Venetian instructions about, 576, 586, 587, 597; influence commanded by, 579.

Dijon [Cote d'Or, France], 601.
-, Louis going to, 427.

Dishington, Drissinton, Sir Thomas:
-, release would give good impression, 491; imprisoned in Bastille, Charles wants release, 492.

dogs:
-, Lord Holland presents to Louis, 459.

Dolfin, Andrea, Savio alla Mercanzia, 41.

Dolo [Prov. Venezia, Italy], 251.

Dominican, Irish:
-, going to Brussels with Scaglia, 232.

Doncaster, Viscount, See Hay, James, jun.

Dorchester, Viscount. See Carleton, Dudley, sen.

Dorchi. Antwerp merchant, 463.

Dordogne, river, France, 265.

Doria, family of Genoa:
-, rivalry with Spinolas, 106.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville.

Doucato, Dricato, Cape, Santa Maura, Greece:
-, despatch dated off, 222.

Doudori, Impolito, merchant, 175.

Douglas, William, Earl of Morton:
-, regiment of, to pass to Dutch service, 581.

Dover, co. Kent, 18, 19, 54, 55, 188, 282, 302.
-, news from, 379.
-, Venetian letters seized at, 31.
-, French fishing boats taken into, 377.
-, fight between English and Dutch off, 538.
-, harbour master of, 32.
-, mayor of, 31–33.
-, merchant of, 32.
-, lieutenant of, Governor, warden. See Hippesley, Sir John.
-, -, secretary to. See Ingam.

Downs:
-, Digby arrives in, 538.

Dragomesti, Dragomestre, Dragomeste [Acarnania and Aetolia, Greece], 392.
-, Capello at, 18, 28.
-, despatch from, 345.

Dragon. See Ships, names of.

Dricato. See Doucato.

Drissinton. See Dishington.

Driver, Drivarta, William, captain of John Bonaventure:
-, report of, 254.

drugs:
-, Germany to get through Venice, 1, 8.

Dubois, Alvize:
-, Venetian contract with, for English lead, 584.

duel:
-, Digby challenges Capello to, 140, 345.

du Landel. See Landel.

Dulbier, John, 215.
-, to get supply of arms from Holland, 2; Espesses opposes levy of horse, 5; going to Gluckstat about levy, 16; Dutch may forbid levy, 21; levy of horse by, 132.
-, returning to Netherlands, 241; remittances to, for cavalry, 267.
-, cavalry of, may go to serve Denmark, 284; ordered to dismiss cavalry, 327.

du Moulins. See Moulin.

Dunkirk, French Flanders, 104, 459.
-, Spaniards building ships at, 5; Marquis Villa travels by, 48; clandestine English trade with, 86, 95, 105, 124, 125, 154, 155, 308.
-, Coloma reported at, 102; Dutch slacken blockade, 106; Dutch blockade of, 157, 188.
-, English promise to stop trade with, 193; Scaglia going to, 215.
-, English merchants receive letters through, 394; passage to open, 414; Carlisle going to England by, 496.
-, Baroccio stays at, 514; Wallenstein gets ships from, 591.

Dunkirk, ships of:
-, capture governor of Jersey, 49; infest English waters unmolested, 71; captures from English, 108, 109, 128, 184, 188.
-, threaten to treat Hanse ships as enemies, 93; masters of sea, 105; capture transports for Rochelle, 121; parliament remonstrates about, 127.
-, English ships built to act against, 157; fight with Dutch, 166; manned by English sailors, 188.
-, may take to sea at any time, 226; sail to destroy herring fishery, 296; Dutch capture, 307.
-, raid on Dutch fishermen and men-of-war, 307; brush with Rochelle fleet, 337.
-, sailing for Ireland, 359; only profitable naval force of Spain, 391.
-, put to sea to intercept captured plate fleet, 416, 469; worsted in fights with Dutch, 444; not wanted in Baltic, 558.

Duplessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu, 237, 436, 456, 522, 563, 594.
-, (1628):
-, made generalissimo of forces, 7; will leave few friends to France, 29; strengthens mole at Rochelle, 50.
-, Dutch ambassadors to confer with, 51; plight of France due to vanity of, 52.
-, put forward Condé, 57; sends letters found on Montagu to Duke of Savoy, 63.
-, makes attack on fort de Talon, 71n; measures for reducing Rochelle, 75, 87.
-, reported treating with Rochelle, 81; much relieved by departure of English fleet, 94.
-, wants to throw defence of Mantua on Venice, 101; slippery behaviour, 102; vigilance praised, 116.
-, Zorzi urges peace on, at Estrées, reply, 110; English make war to ruin, 111; laughs at Spanish offers, 121, 197.
-, would not remain spectator of English relief, 122, 123; English preparations bring back to camp, 134.
-, portions out troops, 135; uses Britanny ships against Rochelle, 148.
-, difficult problem to face at Rochelle, 164, 165; measures to meet, 165.
-, in dark about English preparations, 182; others only agents of, 183.
-, conceals unpleasant things from king, 201; Buckingham mistrusts, 206; negotiations with Buckingham, 222; Buckingham hopes to induce to treat, 225.
-, could arrange matters with Buckingham in short time, 233; ambitious of adjustment and advantage of ability, 235.
-, Guron dependant of, 238; Dutch ambassadors unable to treat with, 243.
-, keeps away from camp, 259; English fear treachery in peace negotiations, 260.
-, gone to Fontane, 265; measures to prevent English landing, 267.
-, Zorzi's negotiations for peace with, 273–276, 322; Zorzi to keep up confidence with, 285, 292.
-, trick to get nobles to camp, 279; passport for peace negotiators from England, 281.
-, interview arranged with Buckingham, 288; conference with Rochelle deputies, 297, 335.
-, detains Count of Gazzoldo, 301; assigns residence to Zorzi, 305.
-, difficulty of sending from England to confer with about peace, 309.
-, Charles complains of deceit, 310; views about best means of negotiating peace, 312.
-, false pretext about Venetian complaints, 313, 315; eager to comply with wishes of Venice, 316.
-, Venetian efforts to arrange conference with Buckingham, 317; trick to make Rochellese lose hope, 323.
-, Zorzi sees again about peace, 325, 326; goes to look at English fleet, 330; all decisions rest with, 333.
-, jealousy of Bassompierre, 324; English mistrust, 339.
-, suggestion about marriage article, 340; agrees with Zorzi on peace articles, 349–351, 402.
-, will not let Savoy have honour of peace, 341; Farges tells of Olivares' threats, 348; incensed, 349.
-, Chevreuse has long conversation with about peace, 352; Montagu's negotiations with, 354, 355, 383.
-, Zorzi to profit by goodwill, 363; remarks to Zorzi on situation, 365
-, need to hammer away at, for peace, 369; Lisle speaks for, 371; curious behaviour to Venetian mediators, 371, 372.
-, Montagu confers with, 387, 425, 435; Montagu brings harsh answers from, 414.
-, letter to Olivares, 388; does not approve of war with Spain, 400; imparts news of Bautru's mission, 409.
-, announces intentions to Madame de Rohan, 405; Charles very suspicious of, 414.
-, Wake says should have Louis canonized, 410; Savoy says will deceive Venice about peace, 421.
-, may want to make English fleet waste itself, 420; Wake says deceived Montagu, 428.
-, Charles says volunteered proposals to Montagu, 431; puts Zorzi off, to Paris, 434.
-, Louis stays at country seat, 438; only listens to flatterers, 439.
-, Zorzi going to find, 440; upsets peace negotiations, 442, 448, 463.
-, idea of establishing trade by companies, 446.
-, more luck than judgment required for treating with, 452; articles as revised by, 453.
-, (1629):
-, Dutch ambassadors find inclined to peace, 464; tells Dutch of measures about Italy, 465, 490.
-, has peace in hands, 468; Carlisle mistrusts, 471; careless about English peace after fall of Rochelle, 476, 533.
-, suspicion of, unfounded, 480; said nothing to Zorzi about St. Esprit, 485.
-, revision of treaty by, 486, 489; English expect Zorzi to treat with, 488.
-, treaty of returned without alteration, 501; Zorzi to represent that France has peace in her hands, 506.
-, Wake's suspicions of, 519; absent from Paris, 520; not a St. John the Evangelist, 521.
-, reference to peace with Spain, in letters, 535; wants to settle internal disputes because of foreign complications, 536.
-, well advised of English affairs, 542; question of household for approval, 545, 547.
-, altered articles not acceptable to, 546; bribe to Valchembourg, 560n.
-, conversation with Prince Vittorio to settle peace, 564; negotiations broken off, 601.

Duranti, Signor:
-, house at Brescia, 348.

Dutch. See Netherlands.



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