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'Index: M', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 371-375. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89644 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Macdonald
-, Alaster, called Colkitto, Ciletto, Kilketto, Irish send help to in Scotland, 313
-, asks permission to leave country, 316
-, withdraws to Islay, 317.

Macdonnell, Randall, earl of, marquis of Antrim :

invades Scotland with Irish, 128, 138
-, Argyle goes against, 132
-, holding out in Highlands, 285
-, leaves Scotland for islands, 288
-, hiding in Highlands, 308
-, adds to numbers, 310.

Macmahon, Hugh :

escape from Tower, 139
-, recaptured, 141, 142
-, execution, 158.

Madrid, Spain :

despatches dated at, 10, 176, 239, 253, 314.

envoys from parliament at, 254.

Maguire, Connor, lord :

escape from Tower, 139
-, recaptured, 141, 142
-, claims privilege as a peer, 158.

Mainmuth. See Monmouth.

Maitland, John lord, Scottish plenipotentiary, reaches London, 71n.

-, -, earl of Lauderdale, Laderdaigne, Ladredaine, Ladredagne, to present peace demands to king, 310
-, expected in London, 313
-, arrives, 316.

Malamocco [Venezia, Italy] :

English ship at, 247
-, mutiny of English sailors at, 261.

Podesta of, 261.

malignants :

defined, Scots want goods as security, 296
-, parliament orders arrest, 297
-, proposed appropriation of goods, 298.

Malpas, co. Cheshire, victory of Brereton at, 133.

Malsbero. See Marlborough.

Maltese, capture Turkish galleon, 170, 176.

Man, isle of :

Digby flees to, 226, 228.

Manchester, co. Lancaster, pressed by Newcastle, 2
-, Rupert passes by, 112.

-, earl of. See Montague, Edward.

Manners, John, eighth earl of Rutland :

evades going as commissioner to Scotland, 4
-, presence in parliament, 11n
-, will not act as commissioner for great seal, 52.

Mantros. See Graham, James, earl of Montrose.

Mantua [prov. Mantova, Italy] :

Digby to visit, 175.

-, duke of. See Gonzaga, Charles I.

-, princess of. See Gonzaga, Maria.

Marcello, Lorenzo, Venetian Proveditore of the Fleet, despatch to Senate, 167.

Mardick, Mardich, Mardyke [Nord, France] :

ship from Scotland driven into, 86
-, French capture, 202, 204.

Marie, English merchantman, expected at Leghorn, 199.

Marlborough, Malsbero co. Wilts :

king shows standard at, 91
-, royal army near, 94
-, king goes to, 101.

king's pass dated at, 157n.

Marley, Sir John, governor of Newcastle on Tyne :

reply to summons to surrender, 133.

Marmadina, English ship, permit to lade at Venice for Spain, 247.

Marston Moor, co. York :

battle of, 116-8, 120, 123, 179
-, Rupert claims victory, 117
-, effect on Dutch, 120
-, effects of, 125.

trophies from displayed, 121.

Martanessi. See Mathenesse.

Marten, Henry, M.P., sent to Tower, 12.

Mary, princess, daughter of Charles I. :

marriage, 26
-, twelfth birthday, 43
-, celebrations, 45.

Mary Elizabeth late Dragon, trading from Zante to Bristol, 63.

Mary Rose, Pett in command of, 277n.

Massey, Massy, Edward, governor of Gloucester :

obstinate defence, 12, 16
-, fresh appeal for help, 37
-, sent to Newcastle to check Scots, 262
-, troops disbanded, 291.

Mathenesse, Jan, M. di Martanessi, deputy for the nobles of Holland, 13.

Maurice, Prince Palatine :

besieging Plymouth, 30, 34, 37, 44, 75
-, ill, 33, 37
-, mother's anxiety about, 45
-, baffled at Plymouth, 62.

comes to Oxford with 4,000 men, 90
-, besieges Lyme, 106, 108, 110
-, to reinforce king, 112
-, at Honiton, 114
-, observing Essex, 115, 118, 121
-, surrounding Essex, 123.

Essex passive in face of, 125
-, joins forces with king, 128
-, backs king's letter to Essex, 129
-, left to watch Plymouth, 144.

to be admitted to pardon, 155
-, asks permission to leave country, 224.

collects troops to oppose Scots, 201
-, king's suspicion of, 217
-, removed, 226
-, reconciled with king, 231, 233.

force of defeated, 221
-, fails in attempt to relieve Woodstock, 258.

pass granted to, 225, refused, 226
-, king leaves at Oxford, 259
-, terms for in surrender, 265.

Atkins affronted by, 232
-, parliament excludes from pardon, 276.

to leave country, 270, 271
-, reported in Holland, 271
-, arrives at St. Germain, 272.

Maximilian, duke of Bavaria :

change of policy, 7
-, influence prevails against Palatine, 20.

Mayerne, Sir Theodore, physician :

queen sends for, 95, 103
-, goes to Exeter, 107
-, reports serious state of queen's health, 121.

Maynard, William lord, deputation to king, 157n.

Mayo, Ireland, success of parliament troops in, 318.

Mazzarini, Giulio, Cardinal :

wants to continue war, 7
-, wants to get Harcourt out of the way, 17
-, Irish apply to for help, 89
-, his policy in offer to Irish, id.

fears queen's presence in France may upset plans, 101, 119
-, queen suspects does not want her, 124
-, opposed to help for Charles, 150.

goes to Fontainebleau, 134
-, frequently visits Queen Henrietta, 185.

parliament explains Levenstein affair to, 145
-, Augier confident of treating with, 156.

Dutch ambassador confers with about next campaign, 163
-, intercepts letter from Chevreuse to Cardenas, 194
-, complaints against Spaniards, 297.

directs Rinuccini to leave, 197
-, pope's enmity to, 242
-, delusive offers of help, 304.

Mecca, Arabia, Zambul Aga going to, 170.

Medici, Ferdinand II. de', Grand Duke of Tuscany, 127 :

enquires about seizure of E. India Co.'s goods, 189
-, orders release, 190
-, encourages pope's hostility to France, 242.

-, Giovanni Carlo de', Cardinal, Grand Duke ruled by, 242.

-, Marie de', queen mother of France, England repaid for entertainment of, 127.

Mehemet Pasha of Damascus, Grand Vizier of Turkey :

English may have to renew arrangements with, 83
-, intervenes in dispute between English and French, 93
-, Crow remonstrates with about arrest of Bailo, 193
-, Bailo advised to bribe, 194
-, remonstrates about English ships serving Venice, 227.

Meldrum, Meldron, Sir John :

retakes Gainsborough, 60
-, takes Axholme, 73
-, proposal to send to Plymouth, 77
-, invests Newark, 80
-, Rupert defeats, 108
-, raises siege of Montgomery castle, 142.

Melo
-, Francisco de, seizes munitions for parliament, 10
-, French will keep busy, 12.

Merchant Adventurers, ships seized by Denmark, 22n.

Merchant, of Leghorn, 177.

Merchant Exeter
-, English merchantman, leaving Leghorn for Levant, 205, 206
-, Sarotti tries to hire, 205, 207.

merchants, 223 :

fear loss through fall of Bristol, 9
-, injured by closing of London shops, 14.

parliament enquires of, about Harcourt's credits, 30.

send arms to Charles from France, 37
-, arms at St. Malo for, 28
-, send king arms from Rotterdam, 105.

encouraged to trade in currants, 43, 63
-, look for revival of trade, 68.

many retreat to country, 50
-, letters opened, 68.

parliament urges to take provisions to Scots, 87
-, expect prohibition of currants to be removed, 94.

trading to Spain, 95
-, representations about Piccolomini's ship, 98.

promised good treatment in Levant, 109
-, protest against hiring ships to Venice, 207.

at Constantinople, favour parliament, 109
-, advance money for Ireland on promise of land, 134
-, secure audience for Sabran, 204.

-, English, 199 :

imprisoned by Danish king, 21
-, Danish king releases goods, 45.

king takes 40 ships of, at Dartmouth, 34
-, at Leghorn, 43
-, in Holland, to take covenant, 84
-, alarmed at Dutch treatment of ships, 130.

want to make common cause with Venetian at Porte, 92
-, French deride at Porte, 93
-, Crow dependent upon, 191.

king has 14 hanged in reprisal, 126
-, loss through French closing Dunkirk, 202, 204.

high handed treatment of by Crow, revolt against him, 269, 292, 293, 313
-, choose a leader, 273
-, Crow tries to discredit, 274.

appeal to Venetian Bailo, 274
-, rejoice at appointment of new ambassador, 293.

pledge required from for goods brought to Constantinople, 282
-, allowed to send ships away, 290
-, Vizier threatens because of ships in Venetian fleet, 310.

-, Flemish, English ships bring currants for, 22.

-, French, deride English at Porte, 93
-, queen hopes for help from, 124
-, ill treatment by English, 158
-, reprisals for, 175.

-, Venetian :

English want to make common cause with, at Porte, 92
-, illicit trading by English ships, 228, 230, 265, 290.

- See also Bromhall, John
-, Cokayne, William
-, Hyde, Henry
-, Lorenzo, Isaac
-, Lumaga
-, Methwold, William
-, Pennington, Isaac
-, Ricaut, Peter
-, Santhill
-, Simons, Thomas
-, Tindel
-, Vandervort
-, Vilable, Nicholas
-, Vivian, Charles.

Meredith, Sir Robert, parliament sends to Ormonde, 289.

Mesnil, Col. de, raises levy for Venice, 225.

Meson, M. di (?), considered as ambassador to England, 261.

Methwold, Methevoldus, William, member of E. India Co., protest to Venice, 190.

Michael Romanov, czar of Muscovy, 229n.

Middleton, Sir Thomas, takes Strabolgy castle, 314.

militia, parliament insists on control, 172.

- See also trained bands.

Mitton, Mutton, Col. Thomas :

made governor of Anglesea, 272.

Modena, duchy of, peace with Barberini, 96.

Molin. See Moulin.

Molino, Antonio, Proveditore of Zante :

despatch to the Senate, 23.

money :

found on ship in Thames for exportation, 9
-, Dutch law forbids exportation, 130, 133
-, English convert into coin, third of that passes through country, 176.

efforts to raise, 29
-, measures to obtain in advance, 84
-, foreign, to be tendered at fair value, 88
-, copper, assigned to Palatine, 142.

crowns, 127, 178, 222, 235, 238, 240, 270, 285, 289, 303, 312, 314, 319.

doubles, 240.

ducats, 1, 20, 36, 93, 151, 175, 181, 184, 186, 191, 198, 203, 215, 218, 223, 226, 231, 235, 241, 246, 285, 297.

florins, 150.

francs, 51, 86, 240.

Jacobus, 198, 213, 221, 227, 234, 238, 297, 310, 313, 318.

lire, 215, 226, 234, 235.

pieces of 8 ducats, 212.

pistoles, 260.

reals, 91-3, 95, 134, 199, 269, 274, 286, 292, 313, 322.

thalers, 294.

Monmouth, Mainmuth, co. Monmouth :

royalists recapture, 153
-, king's forces near, 201
-, Scots' army near, 208
-, surrenders to parliament, 223.

Monro, Major Gen., Robert, defeated at Benburb, 268n.

Monsieur
-, See Gaston, duke of Orleans
-, Philip.

Mont. See St. Michaels Mount.

Montague, Edward, earl of Manchester :

to command cavalry force, 6
-, to assist Essex's army, 12
-, raising cavalry, 14.

presence in parliament, 11n
-, besieges Lynn, 19
-, takes it, 25
-, sent towards Hull, 28.

victory at Winceby, 34
-, retakes Lincoln, 38, 42
-, in London for supplies, 42
-, Essex sends against Towcester, 60
-, sent to besiege Newark, 77
-, going against Newark, 104.

to supply men to relieve Gloucester, 80
-, parliament sends after Rupert, 96, 98.

dispute between Houses over, 98
-, desires independence, 100, 102.

takes Lincoln, 100
-, reported check, 103
-, Rupert finds an obstacle, 106
-, does not venture to challenge Rupert, 108.

at Selby, ordered to join Scots, 110
-, joins Fairfax and Scots, 113
-, men blown up at York, 114.

at Marston Moor, 118
-, Scots with, 125
-, parliament would like nearer, 126.

sent to help Essex, 135, 138
-, makes difficulties, 140, 145, 147.

to resist advance of king, 142
-, all hopes depend on, 145
-, cannot face king, 147.

to pass on peace terms to king, 146
-, libels against, 164.

retreats before king, 149
-, summoned to defence of Eastern Association, 153.

dispute with Cromwell, 157, 164, 166
-, charges against, 159
-, defends himself, accuses Cromwell, 161, 162.

Eastern Association petitions for return, 157
-, self denying ordinance aimed at, 164.

Commons charge with breach of privilege, 162
-, dispute over renewal of command, 190
-, alleged understanding with Digby, 196.

Montagu, Montegu, Walter :

arrested and sent to Tower, 30
-, efforts for release, 33, 35, 37, 45, 74.

Gressy's lack of foresight in bringing, 67
-, exchange refused, 79
-, letter for, intercepted, 122.

Montgomery, co. Montgomery, castle, Meldrum raises siege, 142.

Montreuil, Jean de, French resident with the Scots :

in London, neither side approves of, 208
-, audience there, 210.

parliament suspects complicity in king's flight, 260
-, arrives in Paris with Ashburnham, 264.

king puts self in hands of, 260
-, parliament advises not to return, 280.

sent back to Scotland, 266
-, intercepted on way back to France, papers taken, 277.

sent back to Newcastle, 280
-, arrives in London, 284
-, to urge king to peace, 286
-, reaches Newcastle, 289.

brother said to have assisted Hudson's escape, 294.

letter of king to, seized, 306.

Montrose, earl of. See Graham, James.

Morati, Colonel, puts down mutiny of English sailors, 261.

More. See Murray.

Morea
-, Greece, trade in currants, 23, 45n, 70, 103n
-, due to Hyde, 24
-, fruit of bad quality, 82, 87.

English consul in. See Ball, Giles
-, Hyde, Henry.

Moret [Seine et Marne, France] :

despatches dated at, 213, 214, 272, 274-81.

Morfet. See Morpeth.

Morgan, Edward, Benedictine priest, executed, 271.

Morgan, Thomas, governor of Gloucester :

defeats Col. Carne, 249
-, victory at Stow, 252.

Morpeth, Morfet, co. Northumberland, Scots defeated near, 79.

Most Christian. See Louis XIV., king of France.

Mouat, Hugh, commissioner of Sweden to Parliament :

arrival, objects, 165
-, asks for commissioners to treat, 167
-, audience, wants ships and men, 169, 171
-, liberal offers, 171
-, awaiting reply, 174
-, Senate alludes to, 175.

Moulin, M. du, Molin, Mulin, French resident in England, 37.

Gressy leaves in charge, 4
-, informs king about Harcourt, 17
-, passport refused to, 28.

-, French resident in Ireland :

sent to get levies and help Catholics, 238
-, Digby wished to authorise peace treaty, 283.

Muid Ahmed, Mufti at Porte, Lancelot has audience of, 273.

Munster [Westphalia, German Empire] :

news from, 40
-, despatches dated at, 43, 184, 190, 193, 209, 255, 300, 322.

congress at :

delegates of, 5, 10, 12, 15, 22, 25
-, success may check imperialist desire for, 15
-, prospects of Palatine at, 20
-, Palatines commend interests to, 43
-, French do not mean peace at, 105.

Murray, Sir William, M. di More :

king sends to Scottish lords, 32.

muscat, laded on English ship, 45.

Muscovy :

Lesley's service in, 266.

czar of. See Alexius
-, Michael.

Mutton. See Mitton.



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