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1925

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'Index: V', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 384-385. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89579 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Vais. See Waes.

Valer. See Waller.

Vane, Wen. Ven, Sir Henry, chief of commissioners for trade :

report to parliament on currants, 15n, 32
-, Giustinian's representations to, and reply, 22, 23.

to present bill prohibiting currants, 24
-, Agostini speaks to about currants, 254.

Vassal, Vassel. Samuel, English merchant :

moves for prohibition of currants, 15, 32, 87, 114.

Vels. See Wells.

Ven. See Vane.

Vendôme, duke of. See Cæsar.

Venice : 138.

offer of levy to, 8
-, offer to for economic working of galleys, 19, 20.

Giustinian vindicates justice of magistrates, 9
-, justification of duties, 16.

move to force to reduce duties by forbidding currants, 15, 23, 149.

friendly treatment of English merchants, 16, 23, 33, 59, 254.

Levant Co. complain of unfriendly treatment by, 22
-, grievance of heavy duties, 98.

Zen urges anti papal measures on, 27
-, efforts for peace in Italy, 127.

Rupert's services offered to, 40, 41, 49
-, sponsor to Palatine Prince Louis, 41n.

prohibition of currants prejudicial to friendly relations with, 88
-, Charles will do nothing to injure, 113, 114.

regard for foreign ministers, 121
-, prepared to rehabilitate Hyde, 144.

probable loss to from English prohibition of currants, 138
-, hopes of forcing to reduce duties, 143, 156
-, determination not to reduce, 173.

league with Tuscany and Modena, 173, 178
-, Charles informed of, 196.

letter to Charles recalling Giustinian and announcing Contarini, 174.

desire of parliament to preserve cordial relations with, 179.

Palatine princes going to, 180
-, reception at, 227.

continue exemption of export duty on, 195
-, Charles promises to restore trade with, 197, 212.

letters to Queen of England and States General, 195.

king excuses delay in embassy to, 196
-, king desires friendly relations with, 214, 215, 282.

currants sent to from Cephalonia, 204
-, Northumberland brings rice from, 232.

retaliation by excluding English cloth, 212
-, currant duty to attract ships to, 299.

Douglas anxious for re-engagement by, 245, 304
-, repulses his advances, 248.

asked to facilitate Crow's despatches, 253, 254.

arrangement of James with for recognition of ships, 267.

sympathy with Charles, 282, 285, 307.

Palatine princes remain incognito at, 285, 288
-, friendship for Palatine House, 288
-, Palatine commends cause to, 303.

Avogadori di Comun, 212.

Camerlenghi di Comun, 158, 213.

Captain of the Galeasses, 267, 269, 275.

Captain Grande, 250.

Cinque Savii alla Mercanzia :

report on admission of wool, 195, 208.

report on currant trade and duties, 299, 300.

Collegio :

reception of Palatine Princess in, 227.

Council of Ten, 250.

Criminal Collegio, 304.

doge of. See Erizzo, Francesco.

Esecutori contra Bestemmia, 134, 233, 281.

Inquisitors of State, 27, 127, 185.

Patriarch of. See Cornaro, Francesco.

Proveditore General in Terra Ferma, 81, 87, 94, 115, 248. See also Zorzi, Luigi.

Proveditori alle Beccarie, 77, 82, 114.

ships. See under ships.

Giudecca, monastery of Convertite on, nun abducted from, 296, 297, 304.

S. Giovanni Bragora, 281.

Venier, Giovanni (Zuanne), Francesco, Savio alla Mercanzia, 195, 300.

Vere, Mary, widow of Horace baron, of Tilbury :

appointed governess to royal princes, 295.

Verona [Prov. Verona, Italy] :

despatch dated at, 245.

Vianen [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands] :

Prince of Orange halts at, 67.

Vico, Thadio, Venetian Resident in Germany : 71, 74.

despatches to the Senate, 4, 9, 20, 27, 48, 52, 56, 63, 67, 76, 81, 86, 93, 98.

communication with Giustinian, 63
-, to find house for Giustinian, 179
-, and provides passports, 190.

Victory, royal ship :

captain changed, 103n.

Vienna, Austria :

despatches dated at, 5, 10, 20, 28, 48, 52, 56, 63, 67, 76, 81, 86, 94, 99.

news from, 70, 85.

paper dated at, 58, 99.

letter dated at, 109.

Giustinian setting out for, 133, 138
-, his journey to, 179, 207, 215.

Vienville, Charles, marquis and duke de la, marquis de la Wieville :

surety for Vendôme, 258.

Villiers, Mary, duchess of Lennox, duchess of Richmond :

losses by shipwreck, 13
-, returning to England, 169.

Villiers, William, viscount Grandison :

surrender at Winchester, 222.

Vorghentanson, Vorstanton. See Wolverhampton.

Vosberghen, Gaspar, Dutch ambassador elect to England :

nominated, 44, 52
-, not going, 58.



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