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1929

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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 29: 1653-1654 (1929), pp. 323-324. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89779 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Dalmatians, leaving England, to serve Venice, 123.

Dalnaspidal, co. Perth, Scotland, victory of Col. Morgan at, 247.

Danes. See Denmark.

Daugnon, comte de. See Foucault, Louis de.

Deane, Dan, Richard :

appointed general of the fleet, 16n.

sometimes confused with Penn, 68n
-, on Resolution with Monk, 72
-, killed in Gabbard battle, 87, 91, 93
-, buried in state at Westminster, 96.

debt, Cromwell's plan for liquidating, 90.

debtors, reform of laws concerning, 78.

Delfin, Iseppo, Captain of the Ships, despatch to Senate, describing action, 216.

delinquents. See royalists.

Denmark and Danes :

ships expected to join Dutch fleet, 5
-, fleet being busily prepared, 8, 43.

good understanding with Dutch increases, 8
-, English apprehensive of help to Dutch, 43, 49.

hope of adjustment with England vanishes, 8
-, mission to Sweden to alarm, 9.

strained relations with Sweden, 9, 33
-, sudden attack of Sweden on, 23
-, to force Dutch to help, 24.

mission of Bradshaw to, 21
-, English caress Sweden to alarm, 36, 43
-, English determined to be avenged on, 106, 182.

alliance with will make Dutch averse from peace, 60
-, Dutch cannot desert in making peace, 106.

English capture ships from, for Flanders, 96
-, cargoes of corn from captured, 100n.

good will always obtainable, 108
-, English vessels dealt with leniently in, 142.

Dutch fleet from Indies takes refuge in ports of, 115, 121, 134, 148
-, Dutch fleet towards, 137.

advantage of alliance with Sweden against, 123.

a difficulty in the way of peace, 156, 182, 201
-, Dutch obstinacy attributed to alliance with, 172.

England consents to include in peace, 191
-, agent waiting for settlement of clause about, 205.

fleet may be sent against on conclusion of peace, 202
-, peace terms touching, 210.

Moresini tours in, 203
-, portion of indemnity of, brought by Dutch ship, 247
-, Cromwell refers to peace with, 259.

-, fleet of :

being hastily made ready, 8, 43
-, Dutch squadron sent to make junction with, 51
-, expected to make raids, 52
-, Dutch trying to join with, 82.

blockading colliers at Newcastle, 55
-, powerful ships, some with 110 brass guns, 128.

-, king of. See Frederick III.

-, ships of. See ships, Danish.

deputies. See under ambassadors.

Derwisch Mohammed, Grand Vizier of Turkey, Lawrence to take parliament letters to, 137.

Desborough, John. Maj-Gen. :

parliament asks for inclusion in government, 106.

appointed general at sea, 158
-, sent to pacify fleet, 279
-, returns with Penn and reports loyalty, 281.

Dezert, François, delegate of Bordeaux to England, 73n.

Digby, Sir Kenelm, chancellor to the queen, in favour with Cromwell, 230.

Dillon
-, Colonel, betrays Lormont to French, 84
-, commander of Irish levies, sets out for Madrid, 131.

dockyards, working overtime for fleet, 245.

Dognon. See Foucault, Louis de, comte de Daugnon.

Dordrecht [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], de Witt born at, 138n.

Dorislaus, Isaac, parliament envoy to the Netherlands, Whitelocke threatened with fate of, 141.

Douthwaite, Nicholas, committed to Tower for treason, 118.

Dover, co. Kent :

English fleet reinforced from, at end of Portland battle, 35
-, captured merchantmen taken into, 38.

French mail stopped at, 38
-, Calais privateer captures English ship off, 43.

Dutch fleet in sight of, 51
-, Dutch fleet threatens, 83
-, and bombards, 85
-, proposed reprisals on Texel for, 89.

wounded brought to, 87.

Downing, Capt., commanding Huntsman with letters of marque for Spain, 170.

Downs, the, 75.

Dutch fleet in force in, 2
-, Dutch fleet leaves, 8
-, Dutch reappear in, 32.

Penn comes into with 50 ships, 68
-, fleet concentrated in, 72
-, ships enter for supplies, 103.

Dutch fleet appears suddenly in, 83
-, battle begun in, 87.

Levant Co. squadron arrives in, with prizes, 100n
-, French prize brought into, 252n.

reports of shipwrecks from, 131
-, fleet ordered to assemble in, 241
-, 50 men of war in awaiting orders, 226.

Dublin, co. Dublin, Ireland, residence of Fleetwood, 187.

d'Ubrin. See O'Brien.

Dunkirk [Nord, France] :

efforts to recover French ships taken at, 17-8, 43, 63.

English fleet aided capture, 33
-, Duke of Gloucester lands at, 38.

goods sent overland from Italy to, 43
-, fleet seizes ships from, 79
-, ship for, with money, captured, 146.

frigates sent to, for duke of Lorraine, 237
-, government demands acknowledgment for services at, 253.

governor of. See Bette, Guillaume, marquis of Lede.

battle off. See Gabbard.

Dutch :

residents at Leghorn, deprived of firearms, 229
-, residents at Naples celebrate peace, 229.

- See also Netherlands.



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