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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 32: 1659-1661 (1931), pp. 346-351. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90075 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Facombrige. See Bellasis, Thomas, lord Fauconberg.

Fairfax, Ferfax, Thomas, third baron:
-, member of new council of state, 24; appointed to new council, 122.
-, Lambert treats Fleetwood as Cromwell treated, 86; writes to explain reason for Yorkshire rising, 110; assurances said to be forced, 112; demand from, for free parliament, 120.

Falkland, viscount. See Carey, Henry.

Fanshaw, Thomas, called upon to surrender, or declared traitor, 69.

Farnese, Alessandro, prince of Parma, in London incognito, 275.

-, Caterina, princess of Parma, 248n.

-, Maria Magdalena, princess of Parma, 248n.

-, Odardo I, duke of Parma, 300n.

-, Ranuccio II, duke of Parma, 275n.

Retz to inform that Charles ready to marry daughter, 248; Bristol expected to make overtures to, 274; Bristol stayed three days to treat with, 280.

could only afford a trifle for dowry, 282; nothing known of Bristol's negotiations with, 284, 289.

mother ill-pleased with marriage of, 300.

Fascol, —, merchant, secures monopoly of steel and tin in name of Bendish, 123.

fast:
-, voted by parliament, 9, 51.
-, for escape from conspiracy, 75.
-, for return of Rump, 109; for return of excluded members, 122.
-, for blessing on coming parliament, 134; for blessing on business, 141–2.
-, in memory of Charles I, 245.

Fauconberg, lady. See Bellasis, Mary.

-, lord. See Bellasis, Thomas.

Faulconnier, Pierre, grand bailly of Dunkirk, gives up intriguing and disposed to obey Lockhart, 27.

Fenn, Henry, appointed to command Hampshire, 31n.

Ferdinand III, emperor, 241n.

Ferfax. See Fairfax.

Feunen. See Fionia.

Fifth Monarchy men, Millenarists:
-, plot of, army and Lambert concerned in, 71; new plot of discovered, 229.
-, search for conspirators, king examines prisoners, 230; Lambert said to have projected, 231; king examines to find out designs of, 242.
-, Overton a leader of, 230; trial begun, 242; seventeen executed, 244.
-, further search and arrests, arms found, 235, Hyde informs parliament about, 237.
-, account of rising in London, 239, 240; fresh insurrections devised by, search made, 244.

-,See also Sectaries.

figs, exported from Spain to England, 4.

Finch, Heneage, second earl of Winchelsea, Vincelstra, 256.
-, professes great esteem for Venice, 144; Giavarina to cultivate, 153, 176.
-, king selects as ambassador to Porte, 168; Company proposes to petition against, 171; king insists on appointment, 180.
-, Giavarina's poor opinion of, 168; no one thinks suitable, 169; Giavarina to keep informed about, 179.
-, intimates that can serve Venice better than la Haye, 169; Bendish will be replaced by, 192.
-, getting ready to start, 188; sails in Plymouth, 212; put in at Lisbon, 237; arrived at Smyrna, 238.
-, gives written pledge to Levant Co., 212; going because he wished it, 217; treated at Lisbon with Braganza, 247; sent because Bendish could not be allowed to stay, 270.
-, arrived at Constantinople, 243, 256.
-, negotiations at Algiers on way out, 246–7; asked for release of slaves at Tunis, without success, 250; peace arranged by not confirmed, 266.
-, Ballarino tries to prevent conniving at use of ships by Turks, 250–1; promises to resist, 251; apologises for yielding, asks passport for ship, 251–2.
-, Vizier demands use of ships from, demurs but grants one, 251, 280; has audience of Sultan, 257; well received by Vizier, 268.
-, wishes Venice informed of stout resistance made, 252; Ballarino engaged in winning confidence of, 256, 294; Venice thanks for action, 280.
-, offers mediation between Venice and Turks, Ballarino makes evasive reply to, 257.
-, treats with Vizier about excesses of Barbary corsairs, 268; instructions promised to, to stop ships serving Turks, 279, 284, 290; orders asked for, 280; king's letter to, upon, 287, 294; king thanked for, 301.
-, obtains release of English slaves for service of ship, 268–9; Vizier orders to send ship with guns, apologises to Ballarino for complying, 305.
-, Correr occupied house of, in London, 269.
-, trying to prevent French ambassador coming, 269; complains of Draperis, sends for dragoman with Bendish, 305.
-, ambitious to direct affairs of Christendom in East and of trade, 269.

-, -, secretary of. See Isaacson, Anthony.

Fionia. See Funen.

Fire of London (1666), royal statues in Exchange destroyed by, 132n.

Fitch, Thomas, Colonel, made lieutenant of the Tower, 38; arrested for design to betray Tower to parliament, 104.

Flanders, Spanish Netherlands, 198, 210.
-, courier of, 165.
-, letters sent via, 10, 29, 122, 127, 181, 188, 205.
-, news from, 129, 164, 276.
-, Lockhart's instructions if war continues in, 6; electors design to prevent emperor helping Spaniards in, 10.
-, royalist officers from, holding meetings in London, 8; Charles in, 19.
-, truce proclaimed in, 23; Spanish infantry sent to, some captured, but released, 34.
-, troops of Charles on coast ready to cross, 51; royalists need ports to facilitate landing of supporters from, 53; wind unfavourable for passage from, 54, 58.
-, regiments from, in Kent, 60n; Charles leaves, for Normandy, 77; Charles inclined to return to, 91, 96; departure of Charles from, 158, 163.
-, Spaniards reorganising forces in, 111; Charles given hope of help from troops in, 113; Charles issued letters of marque in, 168.
-, English coasts much annoyed by pirates from, 137; troops of Charles in sent to Dunkirk, 170.
-, Cardenas holding important appointment in, 161; regicide Scott taken in, 164, 176.
-, ports made free to English ships, 172; ships sent to, for prince de Ligne, 191; prince returning to, 203, 205.
-, troops of Charles in are Spanish in sympathy, 178; Charles thanks Philip for favours received in, 191; served as haven for Charles and his house, 227.
-, resentment of Ormond and Hyde for ill-treatment in, 193, 295.
-, Dunkirk a bridle on, 198; treaty signed by Charles in, to restore conquests, 238.
-, Caracena ordered to send over army of, to help Charles, 227; officers of king's army stayed on in, 231.
-, empress brought to, for Charles to see, 243; Collalto in, 260; Collalto sick in, 267.
-, Bristol going to first, to see daughter, 248, 253, 279; orders too late to detain him in, 266.
-, Caracena allows quarters in, for garrison of Dunkirk, 250; party in Spanish Council not disposed to disarm, 264.
-, Tiepolo and Vidman return via, 293; couriers to and from, 303–4.

-, governor of. See Benavides, Don Luis de, marquis of Caracena; Leopold William, archduke of Austria,

fleet. See navy.

-, Dutch. See Netherlands, fleet of.

-, Spanish. See Spain, fleet of.

-, Swedish. See Sweden, fleet of.

-, Venetian. See Venice, fleet of.

Fleetwood, Flitud, Charles, Lieutenant General:
-, army desires for generalissimo, 10; Richard dissolves parliament to please, 13; frequent meetings with Richard and Desborough, 14.
-, a leader of the Anabaptists, 11; officers meeting at house, 14, 86.
-, wants dissolution to evade accusations, 13; petition to, to recall long parliament, 14; likely to be first cast down if parliament resumes, 17.
-, troops beginning to criticise and abandon, 14; fears will not be made generalissimo, 22.
-, begins to repent action, 14; Lambert likely to unseat, 22; Lambert's device to check, 24.
-, Thurloe warns of Richard's idea of arresting, 18; Rosenwing complains to, of outrage by troops, 21.
-, parliament invited to resume, in name of, 20; signs notification to foreign ministers, 22.
-, member of new council of state, 24; Lockhart presents letter from, to French king, 47.
-, army gives title of chief commander to, member of council of war, 24; parliament confirms as lieutenant-general, 33; appointment annulled, made commissioner for office, 79.
-, not so popular with troops as Lambert, 74; Lambert treats as Cromwell did Fairfax, 56.
-, once more made chief commander of forces, 84; occupied with devotions, very stiff, 86.
-, army officers meet at house of, appointed to committee of safety, 86; represents danger of discords to city council, 92.
-, letter from Monk to, about negotiating, 92; Monk's commissioners arrive and confer with, 93.
-, no one to collect soldiers without order from, 92; letters of for election of officers, held up, 97.
-, letter from Monk to, wanting explanation, 99; learns of intended betrayal of Tower, 104.
-, trying to reconcile army and city, 103; parliament recalled, deprives of all power, 106.
-, utterly cast down, in danger of losing all, 107; excluded from new Council, 109; regiment given to another, 110.
-, proposes to retire to country, 110–1.

-, George, envoy of Sweden in England:

has audience of Council of State, 39.

arraigned as regicide, pleaded guilty, 207.

Fleming, Flemingh, Sir Oliver, master of the ceremonies:
-, deputed to attend on Nieuport, 29; Giavarina deals with about reception, 66.
-, aspires to be ambassador at Constantinople, 38; indisposed, 71.
-, delivers letter about Arundel to Giavarina, 78; to be replaced, 156.

Flitud. See Fleetwood.

Florence, Italy:
-, despatches dated at, 289, 298, 303.
-, ambassador expected in London from, 219; Salviati anxious to be back at for prince's wedding, 273, 277.

-, grand duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II de'.

-, prince of. See Medici, Cosimo de'.

Foix [Ariége, France], Charles took route of, 85.

Fontainebleau [Seine et Marne, France], Jermyn expected at, 294.

Fontarabia. See Fuenterrabia.

foreign ministers. See under ambassadors.

Fowke, John, disclaimer of share in king's death, 137; returned to parliament for London, 272.

France, 93, 165, 191.
-, Cromwell did not make war on Spain at instance of, 8; inveterate hatred for England, 12; antipathy of English for, 177.
-, alliance of Portugal offered to, 150; keeps consul at Venice, 221.
-, England supplied with wine from, 179.
-, despatches sent via, 9, 48, 54, 58, 70, 78, 90, 107, 122, 147, 181, 199, 204, 208; Flanders better route than, 29, 188.
-, letters from, 120, 206.
-, 1659:
-,-, sentences obtained against la Meilleraie in courts of, 2; Condé making terms with, 23.
-,-, English suspicion of peace negotiations with Spain, 3, 12; can conclude peace separately from England, 8.
-,-, mediation for peace between Denmark and Sweden, 5, 19, 34, 55; insists on separating Denmark from Brandenburg and emperor, 49.
-,-, English fear of invasion from, 12; probable support of Charles with help of Spaniards, 18, 71; reasons for not helping Charles, 68.
-,-, efforts of Henrietta to secure favour for restoration of son, 23; glad of troubles in England, but war too costly, 44; unlikely to interfere for restoration of Charles, 78, 96.
-,-, Bendish says Turks have nothing to fear from, 43; Protestant powers fear union with Spain, 55; Haro tries to commit against England, 91.
-,-, trying for adjustment beween England and Spain, 75.
-,-, Charles crossed hurriedly, for Spain, 75; Bordeaux says could not help Charles using ports, 77.
-,-, uncertain if will release Turenne to serve Charles, 85; would like Charles to be indebted to for restoration, 97.
-,-, Dutch estranged from, 124.
-, 1660:
-,-, England would get no advantage from Turks attacking, 124; Vizier hostile to, Turks waiting to see what will do, 136; Bendish aims at excluding from Levantine marts, 154.
-,-, flattering Charles in every way, 147; claims upon gratitude of Charles, 163.
-,-, negotiations with Lockhart about Dunkirk, 148; queen mother to be fetched from, 159, 168, 208; Dunkirk a bridle on, 164, 198.
-,-, Mildmay taken when embarking for, 151; some regicides escape to, 161.
-,-, desire in England for war with, 157, 173, 176; Charles will take care not to irritate, 163.
-,-, abandonment of Portugal greatest gift that could confer on Spain, 160, 174.
-,-, greatly stirred by treatment of Bordeaux, 162–3; no cause for offence over, 173.
-,-, will do utmost to kindle fresh fires in England, 173; danger of rupture with, 176, 180; ill-feeling with England assuaged, 188.
-,-, princes of, sent to congratulate Charles, 177; example of, to incite Charles to help Venice, 192.
-,-, prince de Ligne coming from, 177, 185–6; Portuguese ambassador had to leave, 205.
-,-, desire for marriage alliances with England, 196; wants princess Henrietta, 203, 208; feels sure of her, 217.
-,-, retaliation for tax imposed on ships entering ports of, 199.
-,-, Spaniards will be jealous of ties with England, 206; embassy will be sent to, 217.
-,-, queen returning to. 218, 221, 223, 231; Salviati returning via, 235.
-, 1661:
-,-, queen returns to, 235, 237, 242, 249, 260; prince of Parma leaves for England, 275.
-,-, Spain fears Charles may have to yield to wishes of, 247; would be more secure if Charles married Maria of Nassau, 283.
-,-, Turks have no misgivings about, 256; Winchelsea working to prevent ambassador from at Porte, 269.
-,-, Venetian interests in Turkey entrusted to, 257.
-,-, Spanish jealousy of relations with England, 257; regrets leaving Dunkirk to English, 299.
-,-, value of assistance to Portugal, 262; wants Portugal to subsist, but does not want increase of English power, 294.
-,-, marriage of Mlle. d'Orleans to Charles warmly taken up in, 271; Bristol returning home through, 280.

-, king of. See Louis, XIII; Louis XIV.

-, queen of. See Maria Teresa.

-, queen mother of. See Anne of Austria.

-, ships of. See ships, French.

Frances Magdalen, daughter of Gaston of Orleans, 196n.

Frankfort on Main [German Empire], Correr and Morosini at, complaint of delay of goods at Venice, 308.

Frecher, Philip, commissioned by Oldenburg to offer condolences on Oliver's death, 5.

Frederick III, king of Denmark:
-, Montagu to work for reconciliation with Sweden, 7, 12, 15; commissioners to forward adjustment with Sweden, 30, 34–5.
-, Montagu notifies of diplomatic mission, 15; will not agree to any treaty that does not include allies, 46; will not make separate peace, 52.
-, English object to force to peace advantageous to Sweden, 15–6; Dutch fear of, 19; Danish ambassador treats of dispute with Sweden, 32.
-, Dutch decide to send fleet to succour, 19; Dutch mean to compel to make peace, 64.
-, concern at Vienna about, 49; English and Dutch troops flatter by allowing munitions to enter Copenhagen, 52.
-, English and Dutch compel to yield and abandon allies, 55; resists but will be forced to yield, 63.
-, Sweden objects to forced settlement with, 66, 73; foreign ministers urge to pursue negotiations with Sweden, 82.
-, ready to stand to what agreed in Holland, 73; Dutch urge duty of England to assist, 87.
-, urged to release Bielcke, 82; Dutch want Trondjhem as pledge for service rendered to, 144.
-, English and French in agreement with about war costs, 150; count Galeazzo Gualdo Priorato taking despatches to, 249.
-, Colonel de la Coste served, 171; might give help to Venice, 236.
-, offered hand of daughter to Charles, 203.

Frederick V, Elector Palatine of the Rhine, prevented by difficulties from helping against Turk, 307.

Frederick William, margrave of Brandenburg:
-, Frisdendorff makes reflections on, 39; Opdam tells of need of Protestant powers to stand together, 49.
-, object of English, French and Dutch to separate from emperor, 49; grave doubts about fidelity of, 55.
-, truce reported with, 55; Collalto goes towards Netherlands to meet, 236, 240.
-, Pinocci ordered to go on to, 61; Pölnitz buys horses in England for, 177.
-, sends to congratulate Charles, 164, 171, 177; ambassador expected from, 245.
-, married to daughter of Henry Frederick, prince of Orange, 283.

Free Trade, merchantman, captured when taking currants from Zante, 133; restitution granted, 186; restitution claimed by virtue of peace, 257, 258n.

Frigate Madonna, merchantman, going to Venice, wants to go to Ionian islands for currants, 302.

Frigate of Zante. See Zante Frigate.

Frisendorff, Johan Frederick von, Swedish envoy extraordinary to England:
-, question of recognition of government by, 21; has audience, delivers long harangue in Latin, 39.
-, Giavarina to follow example about recognition, 32; to consult about presenting credentials, 87.
-, frequently conferring with commissioners to Sound, 40.
-, reports king's death, 130, 132; presents letters of credence from regent, 132.
-, celebrates king's proclamation, 146; expecting fresh credentials, 171.
-, presents credentials, received by king, 187; heavy expenditure on coronation, 287.

Fuendalsaña, Fuendalsagna, count of. See Vivero, Luis Perez de.

Fuenterrabia, Fontarabia [Guipuscoa, Spain]:
-, Charles reported at, 78; received with great honour at, 82; Charles reached from Saragossa, 85.
-, Charles staying at in deep depression, 90; Charles given quarters at, 91; Haro received Lockhart at, 193.

Funen, Feunen, Fionia, Denmark, Brandenburg wants Opdam to help forces of league to enter, 49; defeat of Swedes in, 102.

Furstenberg, Furstembourg, Frobenius Maria, count of, dean of the Chapter, Cologne, welcomes Correr and Morosini, 308.



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