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1924

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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25: 1640-1642 (1924), pp. 323-326. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89511 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Dalot. See Allot.

Dandovert. See Howard, Charles, viscount Andover.

Danes. See Denmark.

Davenant, William :

flight of, 149
-, arrested and brought back, 153.

Davila y Toledo, Don Antonio Sancho, marquis of Velada, Vellada, Spanish ambassador extraordinary to England :

instructions, 7, 15
-, Dutch apprehensive of, 11, 16, 19
-, Aerssens to leave before arrival, 22.

modified claim about Oquendo's fleet, 9n
-, ship sent to fetch, 15.

Charles eager to see, 11, 19
-, knew in Spain, 18
-, Chevreuse working for honourable reception, 18.

money for bribery, 15, to bring marriage proposals, 24.

French apprehensive of, 17, 44
-, Giustinian to watch proceedings, 20, 22, 30.

Lorraine wants to come with, 28
-, postpones start, 29
-, creates bad impression, 30, 34.

Strafford to be back to meet, 28
-, commissioners appointed for, 45.

Malvezzi sent after, 32
-, Malvezzi lodges with, by order, 38.

sets out and arrives, 34
-, first audience, 36
-, public entry, 39
-, does no business, 43.

pleased at arrival of ships from Cadiz, 37
-, Cardenas to consult about precedence, 40.

frequent conferences with Chevreuse, 38
-, close correspondence with French malcontents, 39.

asks assurances for Chevreuse, regrets her departure, 41
-, Heenvliet tries to thwart, 50.

will not show usual courtesies to Rosetti, 43.

discreet behaviour after dissolution, 47
-, quarrels with Malvezzi, 52.

pushing negotiations for alliance, 48
-, long consultations without conclusion, 51.

insincerity of proposals recognised, 54
-, perplexed by Heenvliet's negotiations, 55.

king remonstrates with over occupation of island, 55.

Windebank complains of behaviour, 56
-, speaks with Strafford, 60
-, Charles displeased with, 62.

alarmed at project to take silver from mint, 59.

French indifferent about, 61
-, pays respects to Danish ambassadors, 76.

makes fresh proposals, 66
-, accompanies Cardenas to audience, 71
-, negotiations slow and without hope, 72.

negotiations suspended, 87
-, but to stay on, 88
-, asks leave to return, 93.

concerned at loss of Windebank, 105
-, announces departure, 112.

Dutch match takes by surprise, 106
-, mortification at, 108, 113
-, tries to upset match, 116.

asks for Irish levies, 112
-, ordered to Flanders, 120
-, takes leave privately, 125.

Davis, Thomas :

currants laded by, at Zante, 85.

De, Gefer :

currants laded by, at Zante, 85.

Delahaye, the Sieur, dell' Haye, French ambassador at Constantinople :

arrangements to pay Cesy's debts, 134.

Delfino, Lorenzo, 240.

Denbigh, countess of. See Fielding, Susan.

d' Enflit. See Kerkhoven, Jan van der, lord of Heenvliet.

Denmark and Danes :

reported negotiations with Cardinal Infant and England, 13
-, Spaniards want joined in league against France, 15.

strained relations with Dutch, 24
-, Charles ready to mediate, 28
-, but considered partial to, 29.

alliance with Spain against Dutch, 33
-, ambassador expected in England, 55, 74.

Dutch short of grain through prohibition of trade with, 37
-, Dutch discuss differences with, 45.

Gen. King to raise two regiments of cavalry in, 62.

Rupert going to, 253.

fleet manned by peasants, 51.

-, king of. See Christian IV.

-, prince of. See Frederick.

d' Estampes. See Estampes.

d' Estrees. See Estrees.

d' Etre. See Estrees.

Devereux, Robert, third earl of Essex, Seth :

supersedes Strafford in command of royal army, 102.

made member of Council, 128
-, made lord lieutenant of Yorkshire, 152
-, made lord Chamberlain, 195.

deputation to thank queen, 187
-, conference about resisting king, 215.

defends openers of Venetian packet, 247
-, incensed at Giustinian's action, 248.

to command guard for Commons, 275
-, informs king that parliament meeting in city, 281, 282.

refuses to follow king to Hampton Court, 281.

diamonds. See under jewels.

Dieppe [Seine, Infèrieure, France], 53n :

French troops reported at, ready for invasion, 150
-, La Ferté at, 164.

diet, electoral :

Curtius to get declaration in favour of Palatine from, 21.

-, - See also Ratisbon.

Digby, George :

threatened with execution, 172
-, chosen ambassador to France, 184, 202
-, Commons seek to ruin, 272.

declared traitor, order for apprehension, 285
-, takes refuge in Holland, 289
-, letters read in Lords, 297.

Digby, John, first earl of Bristol :

threatened with execution, 172
-, made first gentleman of bedchamber, 202
-, asks for punishment of openers of Venetian packet, 247
-, Commons seek to ruin, 272.

Diligence or l' Endevert, English ship :

seized and released by French, 144n.

Dillon, Thomas viscount, earl of Dillon :

promises to king, 265.

Dolfin, Lorenzo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 256.

Dombi. See Holdenby.

Donado, Giacomo, Proveditore of Cephalonia :

despatch, 6.

Donbi. See Holdenby.

Dordrecht, Dort [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands] :

queen mother goes to, 217.

Dormer, Robert, earl of Carnarvon, Canarvert :

meets Portuguese ambassadors, 136
-, flight of, 149.

Dorset, county :

troops in refuse to serve on news of dissolution, 47.

-, earl of. See Sackville, Edward.

Douglas, Colonel John :

Senate grants extension of leave to, 82, 83, 88, 104
-, king informed about, 94.

Douglas, Sir William, sheriff of Teviotdale, Scottish commissioner to England.

chosen, 15
-, arrested, 38
-, committed to justices, 38n
-, detained, 41n
-, Scottish commissioner to parliament, 93.

-, William, earl of Morton :

king's choice as treasurer of Scotland, 229n.

-, marquis of. See Hamilton, William.

Dover, co. Kent, 258, 259 :

cargo of Bermudas ship brought into, 30n
-, Velada lands at, 34
-, queen mother sailing from, 212, 217
-, Prince Radzivill lands at, 262
-, queen proceeds to, 294, 296.

-, postmaster at. See Wade, William.

Downs, the, 203 :

Spanish fleet entered with king's permission, 9n
-, Charles rates Dutch about action in, 17
-, English could nullify effect of victory in, 19.

Spanish infantry escorted to Flanders from, 44.

Drogheda, Tridat, co. Louth, Ireland :

reported capture by rebels, 267.

Dublin, Ireland :

Catholics celebrate mass in Protestant cathedral of, 114.

rebels fail in attempt on, 240, 241
-, measures to succour, 246
-, rebels besiege, 250, 267
-, siege raised, 285, 290
-, siege renewed, 298.

Dugaldi, Martino, gentleman of Cardenas :

queen mother sends to Cardinal Infant, 188.

d' Umon, baron. See Livingstone, James, lord of Almond.

Dundalk, co. Louth, Ireland :

taken by rebels, 255n.

Dunfermline, earl of. See Seaton, Charles.

Dunkirk [Nord, France] :

ships being made ready at, 7
-, Oquendo ready to sail from, 18
-, Velada busy with ships at, 19, 28
-, Velada sails from, 34.

ship sent to for Velada, 15
-, ships to escort Chevreuse to, 41.

Spaniards ask English protection for, 45
-, Dutch repudiate designs against, 50.

Palatine's gentlemen carried to, 53n
-, queen mother reported at, 163.

fear of French taking, 66
-, Tromp fails to prevent troops sailing from, 143.

Rossetti going to, 175
-, queen mother to land at, 203.

-, ships of, Dunkirkers :

English claim reprisals for ship taken by, 30
-, capture Palatine's gentlemen, 53.

defeat 4 Dutch warships, occupy northern island, 55
-, abandon island, 60.

Tromp engages, 60
-, capture Dutch merchantmen, 96.

engagement with fleet escorting Dutch ambassadors, 111
-, threatened attack on prince's fleet, 141.

convoying Walloon troops to Spain, 143.

suspected of supplying Irish rebels, 285.

Duplessis, Armond, Cardinal Richelieu :

attitude to release of Palatine, 1
-, asks friendly offices of Correr about Palatine, 6, 9, 10
-, Louis refers Correr to, 14.

Bellievre reassures about England's power to hurt, 16.

Correr informs of Leicester's reply about Palatine, 18
-, stiff comment, 18, 19.

Dutch not thoroughly satisfied with, 25.

Palatine submissive to advice of, 32
-, stately entertainment of Palatine, 44.

Fabroni suspected of understanding with, 39
-, Charles unwilling to offend over Chevreuse, 41.

Correr's office with about sending ambassador to England, 64, 77
-, replies of, 77, 78, 80-82, 90
-, tells Correr ambassador chosen, 115.

annoyed by Spanish landing at Finale, 67
-, dislike of England, 78, 81.

denies desire to help Scots, 81.

promises restoration of English ships seized, 101
-, released ships, 144n.

opinion on Anglo Dutch marriage, 115.

queen mother asks help of, 120
-, queen mother determined to submit to, 129
-, remarks on agreement with her, 137.

stops queen going to France, 127
-, orders La Ferté Imbault to proceed to England, 147.

expresses regard for queen mother, 176
-, Le Coigneux sounding Orange's feeling about, 270.

Duplessis Besancon, the Sieur, Plessi Bensanzon :

news brought by, 144.

Duppa, Bryan, bishop of Chichester :

translated to Salisbury, 236n.

Durham, co. Durham.

Scots advance on, and capture, 76
-, Scottish reinforcements quartered at, 89.

Scots fortify, 118.

bishopric of, Scots distribute troops in, 79.

bishop of. See Morton, Thomas.

Dutch. See Netherlands.

Dyve, Sir Lewis :

letter of Digby to, intercepted, 297.



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