Bagot, Colonel Hervey :
Rupert leaves in command at Lichfield, 270.
Baden Durlach, margrave of. See Frederick V.
Balfour, Sir William :
succeeds to command of parliament horse, 244.
Ball, Bol, Giles :
chosen consul for the Morca, 233n, 254.
Baltic Sea :
Denmark claims dominion over, 303.
Banbury, Bambari, Bamberi, co. Oxford :
Northampton besieges, 130 and takes, 135
-, parliamentarians take and abandon, 226.
Northampton's victory at, 274.
Barbary, N. Africa :
proposal to exchange prisoners for slaves in, 241.
Barberini the :
league of Venice, Tuscany and Modena against, 173n.
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain :
sea fight off, 86.
Barchsier. See Howard, Thomas, earl of Berks.
Barclay, Robert, Scottish commissioner :
at Oxford, 240.
Barrett, Edward, lord Newburgh, Niuborgh :
advantage of navy to in settlement with king, 47.
Baruich. See Berwick.
-, engagements, skirmishes. See Adwalton Moor
-, Braddock Down
-, Hopton Heath
-, Powick Bridge
-, Roundway Down
-, Seacroft Moor
Bavaria, duchy of :
Chamb belongs to, 75.
-, duke of. See Maximilian
Baynton, Binton, Obinton, Sir Edward, of Bromham :
asks to make levy on malignants to raise force, 225
-, permission granted to, 231.
quarrel with Hungerford, 235.
Beale, William, master of St. John's Coll., vice chancellor of Cambridge University :
sent to Tower, 112.
Beck, Bech, John, baron de, Austrian general :
junction with Melo, 120
-, tries to relieve Thionville, 302, 306.
Beckwith, Mr., of Beverley :
plot to deliver Hull to king, 73n.
Bedford, earl of. See Russell, William.
taxes voted on, 277.
Beling, Colonel, Irish officer :
captured at Isle of Wight, 19n.
Benicello, Bonicelli, Dimitri, Greek merchant :
dispute with English merchants, 15, 23.
Berks, earl of. See Howard, Thomas.
Bertie, Montague, lord Willoughby of Eresby lord of Wilibi :
deputation to king, 30
-, taken prisoner at Edgehill, 191.
Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey, Lince, lord High Chamberlain :
prevents hostile petition being presented to king, 78.
parliament orders arrest, 78, 79.
king appointsLord High Admiral, 85
-, slain at Edgehill, 191, 203.
Berwick on Tweed, Barwick :
king may proceed to, 25
-, king introduces garrison into, 91.
Betford. See Russell, William, earl of Bedford.
Beverley, co. York : 73n.
king at, 106, 119.
king receives parliament commissioners at, 110.
Binton. See Baynton.
Birmingham, Brinton, co. Warwick.
Rupert sacks, 266.
Biron. See Byron.
Kent petitions in favour of, 35
-, Scottish decree involving abolition of, 141.
Commons propose abolition, 154
-, abolition carried, 162.
parliament suspends revenues and uses for defence, 188
-, bill to abolish and divert revenues, 228.
king asked to consent to removal 206, 239.
goods used to support levy in Wilts, 231.
assembly of, at Oxford, 258.
Blount, Mountjoy, earl of Newport :
brings word of king's intention to go to Ireland, 41
-, parliament sends for, 66.
to meet queen, plot to betray her, 236, 239
-, escapes to Wilts, 236, 240, 261.
makes peace with queen, captured by parliament, 261.
Blyth, —, captain of the Mary Rose, escorting ships to Dunkirk, 120n.
Bol. See Ball.
Bohemia, queen of. See Elizabeth, Princess Palatine.
Bolder, Anton :
visiting England, 113
-, presented to king, 197.
Bon, Girolamo, Venetian Secretary at Rome :
to work for adjustment, 127.
Bonaventure, royal ship :
captured by parliament, 177.
Bond, Dennis :
on committee to deal with Capuchins, 262n.
Bonicelli. See Benicello.
book of rates :
commissioners for trade prepare new, 55, 87
-, awaiting king's consent, 121
-, proposal to enforce without king's consent 121
-, parliament orders enforcement, 127, 132.
book, issued by parliament claiming Dutch, 293.
Bordeaux [Gironde, France] :
Hopton gets munitions in ship, from, 257.
Boreel, Borelli, William, Pensionary of Amsterdam :
nominated by Holland as ambassador to England, 52, 58.
Borough, Sir John, garter king at arms :
deputed to take garter to Rupert, 55n
-, to prepare augmentation of arms for Giustinian, 215.
Boswell, Bosuel William, English resident in the Netherlands :
offers Rupert's services to Venice 40, 41, 49
-, efforts to recover intercepted despatch, 122
-, favours parliament, lukewarm for king, 151.
tries to prevent reconciliation of States and Strickland, 284, 287, 290.
Boteler, Sir William :
arrested for presenting Kent petition, 53.
Bourbon, House of :
question of, in impeachment of queen, 280.
Boyle, Richard, viscount Dungarvan :
deputation to king, 30.
Braddock Down, co. Cornwall :
victory of Hopton at, 237, 239.
Bradford, co. York :
parliamentarians capture, 240
-, Fairfax ship up in, 298
-, Newcastle besieges, 301.
Bradgate House in Newtown Linford, co. Leicester :
Stamford stores munitions at, 102.
Branefort, Branford, Branfort. See Brentford.
Brasset, Jean, French secretary at the Hague :
slighted by the queen, 213.
Breda [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands] :
queen thinks of withdrawing to, 28, 36, 77, 94
-, prince sets out for, 273, 280.
Brederode, sieur de. See Wolfart, John.
Bren, John, servant of Talbot at Venice :
carries off a nun, 296, 304
-, Talbot appeals for, 296, 297, 303, 304
-, French ambassador appeals for, 300
-, committed to Criminal College, 304.
Brensford, Thomas :
candidate for consulship of Morea, 233n.
Brentford, Branefort, Branford, Branfort, co. Middlesex :
Rupert's raid on, 201, 202, 204
-, king's explanation of, 205
-, Essex moves from, 210.
Brereton, Bruerton, Sir William :
victory in Cheshire, 260.
Bridgnorth, co. Salop :
king at, 186n.
Bridgwater, co. Somerset :
Hertford and Hopton take, 289.
Bridlington, co. York :
queen lands at, 252, 256.
Brielle, Brill [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands] : 5.
queen and princess land at, 13
-, Giustinian lands at, 230.
Holland seizes stores for king in, 150
-, Tromp gone to, to send off parliament ships, 245.
Brinton. See Birmingham.
Bristol, co. Gloucester :
king suggests as meeting place for parliament, 88
-, likely to declare for king, 128.
Stamford goes to take possession of, 223
-, parliament punishes royalists in, 260.
plan to betray discovered, 256
-, Rupert fails in design against, 257, 260.
Maurice goes against Waller at, 278
-, Hertford and Hopton move on, 289
-, Waller escapes to, 304.
governor of. See Essex, Charles.
Bristol, earl of. See Digby, John.
Bromhall, Brunel, John :
arrives from Zante, 17.
Bromham, co. Wilts : 225, 231.
Brooke, lord. See Greville, Robert.
Brown, Brundio, Richard, English agent in France :
to make representations against La Ferté, 91
-, reports office against La Ferté, 126.
Bruch. See Greville, Robert, lord Brooke.
Bruerton. See Brereton.
Bruges [Prov. West Flanders, Belgium] :
defence against Dutch, 281
-, Melo quartered near, 302.
Brundio. See Brown.
Brunel. See Bromhall.
Brussels [Belgium] :
Walter Montague at, 258.
convent of English ladies at, queen may go to, 21.
Buckingham, county :
declares in favour of king, 84
-, earl of Berks arrested in, 135, 136.
Bure, M. de, French agent in England :
remonstrates about expulsion of Capuchins, 258
-, demands their release, 262
-, unable to do anything for, 264
-, instructions about Capuchins, 266.
notified of his king's death, and accession of Louis XIV, 280.
house searched, put under arrest, 290.
Buren, Bures [Prov. Utrecht Netherlands] :
Prince of Orange halts at, 67
-, Orange falls sick at, 287.
Burlamacchi, Francesco, merchant :
letters forwarded by, 121.
Burley, John, captain of the Antelope :
Warwick dismisses, 103.
Butler, Colonel, an Irishman.
offers levy to Venice, 8
-, reply to, 29.
-, James, earl of Ormonde, Desmond.
selected by king as lieutenant of Ireland, 229.
Butten, baron. See Ruthven, Patrick lord.
Byron, Biron, Sir John :
encounter with Nathaniel Fiennes, 170.