Danes. See Denmark.
Dardanelles, Venetian squadron at mouth of, 19; English ship stopped at, but allowed to proceed, 41; English ships to be allowed to pass, 55.
Dartford, co. Kent, regiments from Dunkirk at, 60n; mutineers rounded up at, 117n.
Davalos, Andrea, prince of Monte Sarcio, Montesacchio, general of the galleons, English ships much harassed by, 69; captures English ship at Airassi, 160; made to disgorge, 162, 190; summoned to Court and deprived of command, 190.
Dawkins, George, appointed to command Bristol, 31n.
Dax [Landes, France]:
-, Mazarin at, to drink waters, 93; Charles has not seen Mazarin at, 95; Charles went with Mazarin as far as, 96.
-, Jermyn and Walter Montagu treat with Mazarin, at, 96.
Denmark and Danes:
-, preservation of, of great importance to Dutch, 2; English assistance to Sweden would arouse hostility of, 5; wants accommodation with one side in order to break with the other, 49.
-, English would like to see differences with Sweden settled, 4; Rosenwing come about differences, 9; English and Dutch compel to yield, 55.
-, Frisendorff makes reflections on, 39; Sweden objects to forced settlement with, 66, 73.
-, proposed alliance with, 55; manner of receiving ministers of, 67; Venice advised to send ambassador to, 236; Venice to appeal for help to, 249.
-, Dutch urge that England bound to succour, 87; Charles X urges peace with, 130.
-, victory over Swedes in Funen, 102; Swedes do not wish to be prosperous, 214.
-, Charles too easily led to make declaration for, 167; princesses of, suggested for Charles, 292.
-, will be hard hit by Navigation Act, 199.
-, king of. See Frederick III.
-, princess of. See Anna Sophia.
-, states of, declare crown hereditary not elective, 214.
Derby, county of, Lambert to secure all arms and munitions found in, 64.
-, earl of. See Stanley, Charles.
Desborough, Desbero, John, Major General:
-, a leader of the Anabaptists, 11; Thurloe warned by Richard's idea of arresting, 18.
-, demands dissolution of parliament, 12; Richard yields to, 13.
-, wanted dissolution to evade charges, 13; likely to be among first cast down by parliament, 17.
-, London militia promise to stand by army, 14; made commissioner general of horse, 84.
-, member of new council of state, 24; presents demands of officers to parliament, 76; parliament deprives of commission, 79.
-, goes to Gloucester, 56; appointed to Committee of Safety, 86.
-, represents danger of dissension to city council, 92; takes charge of Tower, 104.
-, ordered to country house, during pleasure, 110; danger of insurrection fomented by, 125; imprisoned, 230–1.
Devon, county of, declaration of gentry of handed to Speaker, 112n.
Digby, Diana, daughter of earl of Bristol, married to Baron Moll, 248.
-, George, earl of Bristol, earl Digby, 283.
appears at Madrid to act for Charles, 104; back at Court from Spain, 164.
Spaniards well pleased with, advocates return of conquests, 212; a Catholic and devoted to Spain, 259, 282.
mission to Italy to see princesses of Parma, 248; taken with Hyde's consent, 262, 265.
said to be going for sister of prince de Ligne, 248; leaves for Flanders, 255; reaches Brussels, 259, 266.
Hyde moved to obstruct by jealousy, 259; Hyde induces king to recall, 262; orders arrived too late to stop, 266.
Batteville makes public mission of, 262; king charged to pursue journey with all diligence, 263.
expected to have made overtures to duke, 274, 281; three days at Parma, treating with duke, 280; said negotiations on slender basis, 288–9.
at Milan, lodged at the Court, 276; governor very attentive to, 277, 279.
Senate desires to be kept informed about, 278; Senate wishes to show friendliness to, 280.
leaves Milan for England, 278; travelling via Genoa, 279, 280; entertained at Genoa, 280; goes on by sea to Provence, 285, 288.
does not think Portuguese marriage established, 280; recalled to promote Portuguese match, 288.
king's chief intimate, informed of all his plans, 282; wants to be in London for opening of parliament, 285, 288.
nothing known of negotiations, 284; news of from Milan, 289; Spanish expectations of, 290.
arrives in London, reports princesses not beautiful, 293.
Dillon, count, Irish Catholic, 189.
-, away from London, 211; offer of falls through, 224.
-, -, Charles son of, proposal to serve Venice, 189, 208, 211.
Donato, Bernardo, Podestà of Padua:
-, letters to the Senate, 83, 88, 96.
-, reports about Arundel, 83, 88, 96.
Dorat, Giustin, proceedings against, 7.
Dover, co. Kent, king expected at, 147; news of king from, 154; king lands at, 155; queen crosses to, 214.
Downing, Douning, George, English resident at the Hague:
-, to support French proposal for mediation between northern kings, 2; working for adjustment, 15; form of reconciliation proposed by, 30.
-, recalled by parliament, 38; ordered to cooperate with Dutch in forcing peace on northern kings, 64; warns Dutch not to claim Trondjhem or any other pledge, 145.
-, appointed resident in the Netherlands, 305; arrives at Hague, 307.
-, Montagu's fleet remains in, 4; Stoakes arrives in, 69n, 73.
-, la Coste takes ship in for Constantinople, 208; Winchelsea sails from, 212.
-, fifteen ships of fleet working towards, 300; Montagu leaves for, 306.
Drake, William, author of “Long Parliament Revived,” punished. 224.
Draperis, George, dragoman of the English ambassador:
-, sent to Brusa, 43; Bendish ready to send to Adrianople about alliance, 136.
-, interference in quarrel between Sta. Maria and San Francesco, 124.
-, sent to inform Ballarino of king's restoration, 180; reports refusal of English ships to Ballarino, 251.
-, sent to remonstrate about imprisonment of French ambassador, 234.
-, Vizier over-rides objections to use of ships, 251; Vizier sends for, 268, and grants liberty of two slaves, 269.
-, Winchelsea extremely dissatisfied with, 305.
Dronten. See Trondjhem.
Druynesteyn, John, agent for Galilee at Venice, 98, 184.
-, proclamation published by Henry at, 28; secured for parliament, 107.
-, parliament being held at, 134; parliament to be held at, date not determined, 202.
Dunkirk [Nord, France], 36.
-, question of giving up, 8; reported deal of Lockhart with Louis over, 21; intrigues in against Lockhart cease, 27; extraordinary reports about, 40.
-, Lockhart posts to, from London, 22; Lockhart escorted to, 26; confirmed as governor, 27.
-, a loss to Spain but very costly to England, 25; no further cause for anxiety about, 30; Lockhart goes to London to give account of, 33.
-, Lockhart fortifying against sudden attack, 30, 34; Lockhart returns to, 36, 39, 40, 95, 98, 100.
-, disturbances in garrison, because unpaid, 42; money sent to, 43.
-, three regiments brought from, to London, 57; mustered, refitted, but defeated in skirmish, 60.
-, Spaniards hope to frighten parliament to surrender, 75; fear of Spanish designs on, 100.
-, Lockhart believed ready to dispose of, 93; Lockhart treating with Spaniards about, 147; his negotiations with France, 148.
-, fort being erected at mouth of port, 98, 100; rendered impregnable on land side, 111.
-, various English envoys promise restitution to Spain, 104; fate of uncertain, 122.
-, troops destined for mutiny, 117; volunteers asked for, 120.
-, Spaniards drawing near, fear of siege, 120; armistice in force at, 164.
-, Charles would prefer handed over by other hands than his, 148; likely to be surrendered to Spaniards, with peace, 157.
-, Charles proclaimed at, 149; Lockhart removed from, Harlow made governor, 159, 178.
-, little disposition to surrender, 164; king's forces in Flanders sent to garrison, 170, 178; to secure against old parliament troops, 193.
-, Giavarina to watch decision about, 171; decision to hold noted, 179, 180; peace even if nothing said about, 185; fate uncertain, 188, 194.
-, Scott sent over from, 176; Bennet makes no difficulty about restoring, 181; Spaniards confident in king's good intentions about, 192; peace made without agreement for restoration, 193.
-, nothing said in peace about, 197; not to be alienated without consent of parliament, 198.
-, question of incorporation in crown postponed, 200; Charles succeeds in getting question postponed, 212.
-, Batteville treating with commissioners about, 221, 223, 229; he puts aside question of, 246.
-, Charles thinking of increasing garrison as means for coup d'etat, 247; Caracena allowed garrison quarters in Flanders, 250; Spaniards allowed Irish regiments to proceed to, 264.
-, English ministers demanding money for restitution of, 250; Spaniards look for restoration with Parma marriage, 281.
-, garrison destroys bridge on Nieuport side, 257; garrison constantly being increased, 301, 304.
-, carefully defended as a guarantee for Charles, 265; extending of fortifications for garrison of 10,000 men, 276.
-, garrison exacts contributions from both French and Spanish territory, 299; redress promised, 306.
-, French regret leaving to English, 299; Council considering how to keep up, 306; Correr and Morosini propose to cross from, 308.
-, governor of. See Harley, Col. Edward; Lockhart, Sir William; Rutherford, Andrew, lord.
-, grand bailly of. See Faulconnier, Pierre.
Duplessis, Armand, cardinal Richelieu, stirred up trouble in England to relieve France, 173.
Dutch. See Netherlands.
duties. See customs.