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'Index: M', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 32: 1659-1661 (1931), pp. 372-381. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90082 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Macdonnell, Randal, marquis of Antrim, sent to Tower, 173.

Mackey, Robert, appointed to command Yarmouth, 31n.

Madame. See Henrietta Anne, duchess of Anjou.

Madrid, Spain, 289.
-, despatches date at, 91, 99, 103–4, 133, 140, 151–2, 160, 162–3, 167, 169, 172, 175, 179, 181, 186–7, 190, 193, 197, 202, 207, 212, 218, 222, 228, 237, 239, 241, 248, 250, 254, 258, 261, 265, 271, 274, 276, 282, 294, 299, 304.
-, Charles thinks of going to, 82; undecided about, 91; letter from Charles to Bennet at, 139.
-, agents at, from England to treat of peace, 104; Bristol represented Charles at, 164; armistice announced at, 183.
-, Charles expecting money from, 127; instructions from to treat for peace, 185.
-, Cardenas sent property of Charles he bought to, 149; Cardenas returns to with spoils of Stuarts, 228.
-, Bennet reaches with letters from Charles, 172; peace with England to be published in, 192.
-, Batteville sends to about Parma match, 248; Batteville's communications with, 255, 263, 306; money sent from, to Batteville, 277.
-, Hyde's embassy at referred to, 282, 295.

Mahomet IV, Sultan of Turkey, unwise to keep enemies in his country, 154; Winchelsea has audience of, 257.

Maina [Laconia, Greece], 305.

Mainz [German Empire], letters of credence dated at, 229n.

-, archbishop elector of. See Schonborn, John Philip von.

Majorca, Balearic Island, 186.
-, Lion captured off, 100.
-, privateers of, prey on English shipping, 102–3, 132–3; privateer captains arrested at, 186; claim for restitution of ships captured by, 257.

Malaga [Prov. Malaga, Spain]:
-, news from, 237.
-, English ships captured near, 103, 247; English ships cruising off, 175.

malignants. See royalists.

Malo, Luigi, correspondent of Giavarina at Antwerp, 143.

Malta, island of, knights of, appeal to Charles against encroachments of Dutch, 272.

-, -, -, Grand Prior of, in Germany. See Hesse Darmstat, Frederick of, Cardinal of Hesse.

Man, William, sword bearer of London, sent to Monk by city, 109.

-, Sir William, arrested for promoting petition, 114.

Mancera, marquis of. See Toledo, Antonio Sebastiano de.

Manchester, earl of. See Montagu, Edward.

Mancini, Hortense, Mazarin's niece:
-, negotiations for marriage to Charles, 71; talk of Charles marrying, 127, 206.
-, Mazarin manœuvring for, portrait sent to England, 203; queen Henrietta favours, 219; Batteville doing best to promote, 223; obstacles in way, 225; Mazarin's threat if thwarted, 229; many millions offered for dowry, 234.
-, marriage with Savoy an alternative, 225; Spaniards try every means to prevent marriage with Charles, 241; supposed to have fallen through, 242.

-, Lorenzo, 127n.

-, Olympe, married to count of Soissons, 203.

Mantua, Italy, duke of. See Charles II, duke of Mantua.

Marcello, Anzolo, Captain of Padua, letters to the Senate, 83, 96.

-, Mario, Savio alla Mercanzia, 222.

Marcinum. See Morosini.

Mardick, Mardich, Mardyke [Nord, France]:
-, Lockhart fortifying against sudden attack, 32, 34; Lockhart sees to, before leaving for Paris, 36.
-, disturbances between soldiers at, 42; demolition ordered, 98, 100; fort transferred to another place, 111.
-, parliament wishes incorporated in kingdom, 198; question discussed, 200.

Margaret of Lorraine, second wife of Gaston, duke of Orleans, French want Charles to marry daughter of, 196.

Margaret of Savoy, marriage to duke of Parma, dowager duchess ill pleased with, 300.

Margaret Louise, daughter of Gaston of Orleans, suggested as bride for Charles, 196; marriage to prince of Tuscany, 273.

Margareta Teresa, second daughter of Philip IV, Infanta of Spain, Charles suggests marriage with, 241.

Maria Theresa, Infanta of Spain, queen of France, reference to dowry of, 292.

Marie Louise, sister of prince de Ligne, 248.

mariners. See sailors.

Markham, Colonel, bearer of Monk's letter to city council, arrested, 99.

marque, letters of, letters of reprisal:
-, promised against la Meilleraie, 2; English have from Sweden and Portugal, 18, 34, 77.
-, to be issued by knights of Malta against Dutch, 273.

marriage of Charles II with Catherine of Braganza:
-, possibility of, 150; Mello puts forward with liberal offers, 194, 203, 229; Mello sent back to negotiate, 234.
-, Spaniards fear gold and London riots may turn scale for, 241; Batteville never ceases to disparage, 243; Mello becomes doubtful about, 271.
-, Mello comes with vast offers for, 246, 248, 253–4; alleged offer of brother not to marry, 271.
-, considered unlikely, 248; Philip does not believe that Charles will consent to, 253; letters of Charles pledging himself not to agree to, 261; wrote of his aversion for, 299.
-, delight in Portugal over, rejoicings at Lisbon, 254; Portuguese rejoicings over, 293.
-, Mello hopes to enlist English support through, 258; Spaniards fear naval help for Portugal, if arranged, 262; Spaniards impatient to hear king's reply about, 265; king's reply reported reserved, 273.
-, Venetian interest in, 267, 294, 307; Spaniards would prefer one with Dutch to, 283, 291.
-, Batteville writes for money, to upset, 276; Batteville prepares to depart, on announcement, 295.
-, reasons impelling Spaniards to oppose, 276; Spaniards apprehensive about, 279.
-, some think near conclusion, 277; Bristol does not believe to be established, 280; governor of Milan's opinion about, 282–3, 290.
-, danger of war should restrain crown from, 277; Spaniards hope to shut out by Parma match, 281.
-, Hyde and other ministers think interests better served by, 279; arranged to involve king in war and keep him subservient, 293.
-, Jermyn does not believe will come to pass, 285; Spaniards hopeful of breaking off, 290.
-, Bristol returned to forward, 288; thought it only choice, 289; Charles agreed to, to please ministers, 293.
-, decided on at meeting of Council, announced in parliament, 291; Jermyn to inform French of, 294.
-, Mello jubilant over, celebrates, 293; no congratulations except from Dutch ambassadors, 297.
-, Spaniards unlikely to make fuss about, if Portugal not helped, 296; chief pre-occupation at Madrid, 299.
-, reasons for thinking it may not come off, 297, 301; reported at Milan to be upset, 300.
-, queen mother seems satisfied with, 299; fear at Florence of evil consequences from, 303.
-, articles kept secret, uncertainty about, 301; everyone curious to see what will follow, 304.
-, easy to imagine upset by Spain, 305; no response from Spain about, 306.

marriage of Charles II with widowed empress Eleanora, suggested, 229; Spain would like, Charles objects to, 241; Batteville abandons plan, 243; sluggish progress of, 290.

marriage of Charles II with Hortense Mancini:
-, negotiations for, 71; talk of, 127, 206; Mazarin manœuvring for, 203; Mazarin's threat if thwarted, 229, 249.
-, queen Henrietta favours, 219; obstacles in way of, 225, 229, 234.
-, Batteville doing best to promote, 223; Spaniards doing utmost to prevent, 241; supposed to have fallen through, 242.

marriage of Charles II with princess Maria of Nassau:
-, Dutch in treaty with England for, 282; seems to be making progress, 290; Dutch make advance in offer, 291.
-, Spaniards would prefer to Portuguese match, 283, 291; Batteville proposed, 292.
-, English considering, if Portugal fails, 300.

marriage of Charles II with princess of Parma:
-, suggested, 243; first suggested by Cardinal de Retz, 248; secret revealed by Hyde, 262.
-, Spaniards promote actively, 248, 255, 262, 281, 292; Spaniards anxious about, 279; excitement in Spain over, 303.
-, Bristol to choose the more suitable one, 248, 276, 278–9; eagerness to hear of Bristol's negotiations, 266.
-, progressing favourably, 255, 274; Hyde favoured at first but later changed his mind, 259; Hyde obstructing, 262, 279, 281; Batteville disclosed negotiations and Hyde's reasons for opposing, 265.
-, Batteville also makes public, 262; king gives Batteville his word for, 263.
-, Spaniards offer to supply dowry for, 281; Spain not in a position to do so, 282.
-, Bristol spoke disparagingly of, 289; did not find princesses beautiful, 293; duchess ready to provide dowry out of own pocket, 300.

marriage of Henrietta, daughter of Charles I, with emperor, suggested, 150, 241; Rupert may treat for, 203, 205.

-, -, with Philip, duke of Anjou:

gentleman comes about, 189, 196; has grown cold, 203, 205; princess desires, 209; her mother desires greatly, 218.

Anjou rebuked for lack of reserve about, 209; French seem sure of, 217; Soissons actively negotiating for, 218; no doubt about conclusion, 221.

Charles opposed to, 218; gives Jermyn powers to arrange, 221.

negotiations for secret obstacles in way, 223; Mazarin threatens to break off if niece does not marry king, 229, 249; he punishes authors of report about, 234.

Court anxious for news of, 249; Fuendalsagna to watch negotiations closely, 257.

couriers sent to Rome for dispensation, 253; dispensation arrives from, 270.

dispute about dowry, 253; terms for treaty received from England, queen will ratify for son, if necessary, 270.

date for fixed, 263; celebrated privately, 274; congratulations on, 285.

queen satisfied with, Jermyn to give account of, 299.

Marseilles [Bouches du Rhone, France]:
-, Stoakes ordered to stop goods of, because of Cesy's debts, 49; Stoakes writes from, 69.
-, consulship of, bound for Cesy's debts, 50.

Marshal, the earl, office not yet filled, 156; Howard likely to have, 227.

Martinengo, Count Francesco, in company of Correr and Morosini, 308.

Martinez, —, Spanish ambassador in London. See Batteville.

Mary, daughter of Charles I, princess of Orange, princess royal:
-, Charles at Breda with, 141; Dutch commissioners wait on, 149.
-, coming to spend winter in England, 196; starts, York goes to meet, 198; driven back by storm, 201; embarks again, 203.
-, arrives, at Whitehall, 204; strongly opposed to York's marriage to Anne Hyde, 228.
-, prince de Ligne takes leave of, 205; Giavarina pays respects to, 208, 215.
-, ill of fever, smallpox feared, 231; death, not smallpox, 235; mourning for, 242, 244; condolences for, 249, 269.
-, precedent of dowry for, 253.

Massey, Maj.-Gen. Edward, seized at Gloucester, but escapes, 54; expected in Cheshire, 55; summoned to appear and clear himself, 69.

-, Thomas, captain of the Northumberland, to treat for ransom of Galilee, 184.

Massue, Henri de, marquis de Ruvigny, Ruvigni:
-, to offer congratulations to Charles, 189, 191; arrival in London, first audiences, 196.
-, to ask for king's sister for Anjou, 196; to wait for Soissons and help him, 209.

Master of the Ceremonies. See Cotterell, Sir Charles; Fleming, Sir Oliver,

masts, ships', claimed by Pasha of Algiers for ransom of lord O'Brien, 228.

Mauritius. See Morice.

Mazarin, Giulio, cardinal:
-, negotiations with Pimentelli, English suspicions of, 3; contends that France at liberty to make peace separately, 8.
-, back at Paris, conferences with Lockhart, 6, 40; Lockhart sees at Moret, 40; refers Lockhart to Brienne after conference at Poitiers, 41.
-, Giavarina to watch negotiations with Pimentelli, 10; English waiting for issue of conference with Haro, 52.
-, Lockhart goes to Bayonne to treat with, 47; does not mention Charles at Pyrenees conference, 63.
-, complained of English stopping goods of Marseillais, 50n.
-, in spite of reports continues to receive Lockhart, 67; Lockhart admitted to negotiations at request of, 75; Lockhart coldly received by, at conference, 78.
-, Charles sets out to treat with, 69; at Dax to drink waters, 93; avoids meeting Charles, 95; Charles went with to Dax, 96.
-, studies to see that Spain kept busy by English war, 91; induces Lockhart not to dispose of Dunkirk except in way satisfactory to France, 93.
-, Jermyn and Walter Montagu treat with, says can do nothing for Charles, 96; refuses to support Charles in any way, 98.
-, Lockhart reports friendship unshaken, 98; talk of Charles marrying niece of, 127; letters of, impeding return, placed in Charles's hands, 167.
-, war would follow if objected to England siding against Sweden, 157; discovery of efforts to stir up trouble in England, 173.
-, manœuvring to marry niece to Charles, 203; could afford large dowry, 206; has confidential agent with Charles, 225; said to have offered millions as dowry, 234.
-, as alternative may marry niece to Savoy, 225; reported will break off negotiations for Anjou's match if niece does not marry Charles, 229.
-, rage at report, 234–5; obstacles thrown in way by, 242; threatens trouble, 249.
-, Estrades tells that must not be outdone by Batteville, 236; left jewels to king, 252.
-, intervenes to reconcile queen to son's marriage with Anne Hyde, 237.
-, death of, 263, 265; upsets arrangements of Spain, 264.
-, queen Henrietta living at palace of, 270.

-, -, nieces of. See Mancini, Hortense and Olympe.

Meadowe, Philip, English minister in Denmark, Montagu to act with, for adjustment, 15.

Medici, princes:
-, augur ill from Portuguese marriage of Charles, 303.
-, Cosimo de', prince of Florence, marriage to Margaret Louise of Orleans, 273.

-, Ferdinand II de', grand duke of Tuscany, 233.

letters of credence from, recognising republic, 81; embassy from to Charles, 245.

unwilling to believe in Portuguese match, 289; Salviati makes report to, angry with him, 298.

Charles not pleased with because of friendship with Cromwell, 289; passport asked from for passage of gondolas, 290.

-, Margarita de', dowager duchess of Parma, displeased with daughter-in-law, would give large dowry to marry daughter to Charles, 300.

Medina Celi, duke of. See Cerda, Antonio de.

Mediterranean Sea, 150.
-, Montagu's fleet might go to, if peace in North, 5; protection against worms not needed in, 272.
-, squadron expected back from, 69; arrives from, 73, 78.
-, another squadron to be sent to, to secure trade, 69; four ships sent to, others to follow, 73.
-, order for all craft in to respect Venetian laws, 189; law and custom of, for neutral ships carrying enemy goods, 233.
-, ships arming to be sent to, 246, 256, 266, 278, 290, 297, 300.
-, Dutch arming squadron for, 267.

Meidling, Mettelino [near Vienna, Austria], despatch dated at, 16.

Meilleraie, duc de la. See Porte, Charles de la.

Mello, Melo, Francesco de, Portuguese ambassador extraordinary to England, minister of Braganza:
-, has audience, 46; cannot get audience, 73–4, 77.
-, hopes to get English help against Spain, 77; labouring to get levies and ships, 134–5; obtains permission for levy and signs treaty, 140.
-, all hopes will vanish with king's return, 135, 142.
-, going to Portugal to inform king of negotiations, 135–6, 140; takes leave, hopes to return soon, 142; tarries waiting to see what will happen, 144.
-, makes great display for king's proclamation, 146; only minister with credentials, 164.
-, asking audience, 164; unlikely to get it, 165; more hopeful, 169; still waiting, 171.
-, losing hope, thinks of leaving, 174; has audience, cost him dear, 177; dismay in Spain at news of, 186; Haro says meant nothing, 192.
-, waiting for return of secretary from Lisbon, 180; dispute about precedence, 191.
-, private audience of king, very hopeful of help, 183; urges help, makes liberal offers, 185; Bennet defends Charles for receiving, 193.
-, liberal offers, proposes marriage with Infanta, 194; keeps insisting on advantages of trade, 197.
-, mortified by peace with Spain and distressed by arrival of Spanish ambassadors, 198; talks of leaving, 205; takes leave of king, 207, 210.
-, importunes for confirmation of treaty with Council, 205; obtains proclamation touching renewal of treaty, 210; allowed a public audience of king, 211.
-, sails for Lisbon, 211; sent back to treat for marriage, 234; coming with larger offers, 243; landed and expected in London, 246.
-, bringing vast offers for marriage, 246, 248; many of Council favour, 255, 258; Hyde seems to support, 262; Hyde received great presents from, 266.
-, Batteville labouring to thwart, 246; Batteville grieved at ready access given to, 259; Batteville threatens, if not sent away, 262.
-, sees king in private, 248; at work privately, 255, 258.
-, losing heart, says deceived and betrayed, 255; keeps increasing offers, 262; gaining ground by offers, 282.
-, urged Charles to mediate between Portuguese and Dutch, 258, 304.
-, Spaniards impatient to hear reply given to, 265; Spaniards encouraged by report of nature of reception, 273; Spaniards anxious about negotiations, 279.
-, tired of efforts, not so sure of success, 271; not present at coronation, 286; boasts of approaching success, 289; final success of, 291
-, leaving soon for ratification of articles, 291; celebrates announcement with rejoicings, 293.
-, requests for levies not attended to, 301; going with fleet, surmises about object of journey, 306.

merchantmen. See ships.

merchants, traders:
-, appealing for letters of marque against la Meilleraie, 2.
-, petition for accommodation with Spain, 2; petition for prohibition of Spanish goods, 4, 31; support disposition for peace with Spain, 28.
-, hope of advantage from Prideaux as consul 5; having statue of Monk erected in Exchange, 137.
-, parliament's declaration about duties will cause confusion with, 81.
-, government tries to raise money by loans from, 95; to take part in new council of trade, 200, 227.
-, leaving goods at customs houses, without paying duties, 127.
-, Venice promises facilities to, 152–4; would oppose help for Venice against Turk, 216.
-, look for great advantages from Jamaica, 164.
-, will oppose help to Venice, as does not suit to offend Turks, 177; might not oppose a collection, 178; interests likely to prevail over king's inclination, 182.
-, Giavarina makes enquiries among, 185; complain of being forced to serve Venice, 232.
-, not inclined to sacrifice advantages offered by Portugal in Indies, 197; pleased at conclusion of peace with Spain, 198.
-, Winchelsea will never dare to act independently of, 212.
-, of Smyrna, collect money for release of French ambassador, 234; Barbary corsairs continue to harass, 298, 300.
-, Spaniards apply to in vain, to remit money to London, 261; cash for Parma dowry in hands of, at Paris, 263.
-, blame Hyde for Portuguese treaty, 295.

-, English:

money due to, for Cesy's debts, 49; Marseilles consulship bound for, 50.

complain of Stoakes letting off Spanish money on Genoese ships, 78.

have 60 houses in Lisbon, only 2 in Spain, 228; favour Spain, 266.

at Smyrna, get order excluding French louis, 247; appeal for Frigate Madonna going to Venice, 302.

cast down by quarrel with Algiers, would grant what they ask, 266; found money to ransom Riley from Tunis, 281; corsairs increasingly troublesome to, 300.

-, names of, Arson; Azarli, Thomas; Bromhall, Andrew; Corselles, Nicholas; Dorat, Giustin; Fascol; Gresham, Thomas; Hobson, John; Mico; Pardini; Pichinotti; Vassal, John.

Merode, Johan van, Dutch ambassador in Spain, reports Charles' offer of mediation with Portugal, 282; informed from London of Portuguese match, 293–4.

Messina, Sicily:
-, news from, 250.
-, ships of captured by English at Zante, 120, 133.

Mettelino. See Meidling.

Mexico, Central America, Spaniards forbid English trade in, 8.

Mico, merchants, money in hands of, for Salviati, 245.

Middleton, Sir Thomas, leader of revolt in Cheshire, 56; proclaimed a traitor, 59; capitulates at Chirk, 64.

Migliare Marshal della. See Porte, Charles de la, due de la Meilleraie.

Milan, N. Italy, state of, Stoakes allows money destined for to escape, 78.

-, governor of. See Sermoneta, Don Gaetano duke of.

Milan [Prov. Milano, Italy]:
-, despatches dated at, 262, 277, 279, 283, 291, 300.
-, Bristol at, lodged at the court, 276, 280; leaves for England, 278–49; news received from Bristol at, 289.
-, courier sent from Madrid to, about Parma match, 281.

Mildmay, Sir Henry, arrested while attempting to escape to France, 151.

military. See army.

militia:
-, parliament wishes to pass bills about, 1; parliament issues orders for new, throughout country, 44; orders preparing for provinces, 47.
-, no charge on state but heavy on people, 48; mustering leads to considerable outcry, 48.
-, might turn arms against parliament, 48,54; parliament appeals to in vain, 80.
-, acts in connection with completed, 50; parliament stops further proceedings concerning, 65.
-, doing duty as guards in London as regular troops away, 57; withdrew to quarters at supposed behest of Council, 80.
-, army officers order assembling, in countries, 102; reunited parliarevokes, 122.
-, parliament discussing establishment of new, 125; Monk opposed to, 126; act for ready, 127.
-, likely to be in good hands, 126, 135; establishment of proceeding in London and country, 135; all higher officers peers, 137.
-, commissioners for to declare war against king just, 131.
-, care in choice of officers, no fear from, about king's return, 138; constant changes in, to ensure loyalty, 184.
-, set on foot to curb mutinous soldiery at disbanding, 204; acts as check on them, 207; escorted king from Portsmouth to London, 240.
-, parliament does not lose sight of establishment of, 220.

-, the London, trained bands:

hope for Richard if could get on his side, 11; promise to stand by Fleetwood and Desborough, 14.

complimentary address by officers of, to Monk, 139; review of in Hyde Park, 141; present at king's proclamation, 146; king reviews in Hyde Park, 293.

Millenarists. See Fifth Monarchy men.

Miller, Lt.-Col. John, put in charge of Tower by Desborough, 104.

ministers, English:
-, want money, don't resent it being known, 197; Bennet says only care about gold, 227.
-, thanked for excepting Venice from proclamation, 197; Giavarina to enlist help of for assisting Venice, 202, 266, 275.
-, most gone to meet queen, 214; busy taking part in ceremonies, 284.
-, Charles straitened by, cannot take independent action, 247, 259; Presbyterians or inclined to that party, 258, 293.
-, venality of, demanding money for sale of Dunkirk and Jamaica, 250; suspected of telling Batteville of Portuguese offers, in order to extract money, 253; Batteville labours with to disappoint Portugal, 259.
-, Mello secures support of, 258, 300; famished, Portuguese gold blinds, 277.
-, money sent from Spain to buy, 261, 273, 299; resent Batteville publishing Spanish offers, 292.
-, alarmed by Batteville's remonstrances, 265; Batteville avoids seeing, 295; efforts to induce him to go to king, 296.
-, Giavarina informs of what done for Galilee, 267.
-, Parma marriage opposed by, 279; Charles agreed to Portuguese match to please, 293.
-, reasons for preferring Portugal, 293; rule according to caprice for our private interests, 297.

-, foreign. See under ambassadors.

-, See also clergy; preachers.

Mint, Lambert takes possession of, 80.

Mocenigo, Pietro, chosen as ambassador to England, 227; Charles informed about, 238.

Modena, Italy, duke of. See Ercole II.

Mödling, near Vienna [Austria], despatch dated at, 26.

Molin, Alvise, Venetian Ambassador in Germany:
-, despatches to the Senate, 10, 15, 26, 34, 49, 52, 55, 67, 81–2, 90, 144, 150, 160, 214, 219, 225, 236, 240, 243.
-, reports good hope of peace, 5; reports that Bendish offered English alliance to Porte, 192; report quoted, 241.
-, communication with Giavarina, 243.

Moll, baron, Diana Digby married to, 248n.

money:
-, scarcity of prevents commissioning of more squadrons, 5, 12; unspeakable scarcity, 94–5.
-, parliament busy over collecting, 157.
-, English get order for exclusion of silver louis from Levant, 247.
-, extreme shortage of delays sailing of fleet, 297, 300.

-, coins:

crowns, 127, 141, 158, 162–3, 172, 236, 255, 273, 276–7, 281, 294, 300.

doubles, 212.

ducats, 3, 98, 140, 153–4, 166–7, 209, 254, 288, 294.

florins, 160, 283, 291.

francs, 160, 236, 270.

pezzi, 49, 162.

pieces of eight, 233, 258, 261.

reals, 186, 190, 228, 233–4, 309.

silver louis, 247.

thalers, 37, 233.

Monk, Anne, wife of George, lodged at Whitehall, 114; remonstrates with husband for treatment of city, 118.

Monk, Monch, Monco, George, general in Scotland:
-, uncertainty about attitude to change of government, 15, 18; parliament no longer has reason to fear, 27.
-, writes to council of officers promising adherence to decisions, 21; letter of published, 25.
-, reports loyalty of troops and asks that no changes be made, 33; ambiguous wording of letters causes misgiving, 35.
-, asked to send troops against Cheshire rebels, declines, 57; order to, repeated, 60; cavalry sent against, 86.
-, government hesitates to use severity with, 60; no reason to doubt loyalty, 63.
-, parliament appoints as one of commissioners, 79; inclined to support parliament, 86; declares for parliament, 89; insists on restoration of parliament, 97.
-, has hostile officers arrested, secures Berwick, 86, 89; marching on Newcastle, 89; imprisons Cobbett, 89, 92.
-, mission from army to persuade, Lambert going to meet, 89; reported about to submit to Lambert, 96; Lambert sent against, 105.
-, fear that will declare for king, 90; assembles parliament at Edinburgh, 97; asks them for money, 99.
-, reported to be inclined for adjustment, 92; commissioners in London, settlement made by, 93–4; uncertainty about confirming, 97, 99, 100, 102–3.
-, letter of to Fleetwood printed, 92; letter to Fleetwood for explanation, 99.
-, letter to city council justifying action, 97; doubt about authenticity, 99.
-, continues military preparations, 99; trying to gain time, 101; plans not disclosed, 112; keeps own counsel, 114.
-, no officers of at meeting of council in London, 102; council makes no progress with, 105; arrival in London will lead to something of consequence, 113.
-, commissioners of have not left for Newcastle, has recalled the others, 103; marching on England with army, 109, 111.
-, persons treating for, at Madrid, 104; city council sends sword bearer to, 109; answer to city, 111.
-, parliament votes letters of thanks to, 106; parliament caresses and flatters, 112; acclamations on route, 114.
-, apartments preparing for at Whitehall, 109, 112; said to have hired house in London, 112; takes up quarters in city, 119.
-, parliament suspicious of, 112, 117; does not want in London, 112; enters London, 114–5; introduced in parliamentry speech to them, 116.
-, all have recourse to, as if head of country, 114; all his troops devoted to, 117.
-, troops evacuated to make room for, 115; parliament orders to overawe city, enters and reduces to submission, 116–7; remonstrances with at action, 118.
-, reported poisoned by order of parliament, 117; writes letter demanding free parliament, 118; finds out that parliament means to imprison, 119.
-, does not take oath of loyalty to republic, 119; conference of parliamentarians at quarters of, 121; sends for all members, advice to, 121.
-, parliament proposes to use militia against, disarms sectaries, 119; invites all troops to unite with him, 121.
-, moves to Whitehall and then to St. James, 121; invited to reside in city for safety, declines, 134.
-, appointed commander in chief, 121; made member of new council of state, 122; some wish to make Protector, 126; appointed general at sea, 130.
-, sends troops to put down disturbance in North, 125; sends for officers and tells them duty to obey parliament, 128.
-, popularity greatly diminished, 126; will have to side with parliament or officers, 129; orders officers to their quarters in country, 131.
-, seems not averse to king's return, 129, 132; Grenville brings letter from king for, 142, 144; answers king's letter, 146.
-, merchants having statue made of, for Exchange, 137; militia officers hail as saviour of country, reply to, 139.
-, purging army of sectaries, 138; Presbyterians admitted to Council at instance of, 159.
-, issues declaration of army recognising Charles, 143; very deserving for carrying out the work, 146.
-, talk of making earl of Essex, 143; made duke of Albemarle etc., 170.
-, letters of king to, as naval commander, 145; in the highest favour, receives garter and made commander in chief, 156.
-, signs arrangement for release of prisoners, 149; sets out to meet king, 151.
-, Giavarina to cultivate, 152–4, 175; Senate advised to write to, likes such notice, 171; Giavarina pays respects to, 194.
-, king grants everything he asks, makes most of opportunity, 159, 161; made lieutenant of Ireland, 190, 194.
-, stops any further enlistments, 194, 194; a few companies kept on foot for safety of, 231.
-, Braganza known to have squared, 222.
-, active in putting down Fifth Monarchists, 239, 240.
-, regiment of, disbanded and immediately re-engaged, 255.

Monsieur. See Philip, duke of Orleans.

Montagu, Edward, second earl of Manchester, chosen President of House of Lords, 141; receives king in Lords, 158, made lord chamberlain, 170.

Montagu, Edward, later earl of Sandwich:
-, arrives at rendezvous for fleet, 1; will sail if Dutch do, 2; sails for Sound, 7; reports arrival at Scaw, 9.
-, at Copenhagen, proposes adjustment, 12; acting for adjustment, 15.
-, uncertainty about attitude to change of government, 18, 26, 30, 35; no news of, 21; parliament most afraid of, 27; house searched and papers taken away, 42.
-, captains and sailors devoted to, 26; Lawson's squadron intended as check on, 31n.
-, submission to parliament, asks that no change be made, 34; parliament very suspicious of, 57.
-, appointed commissioner to the Sound, 35; expected in London, anticipated order to return, 69; justifies return, 72.
-, says will only obey a lawful parliament, 57; all particulars about vague and dubious, 60;no longer any doubt of loyalty, 63.
-, return due to disagreement with colleagues, 72; left for England, 82.
-, parliament appoints general at sea, 130; goes on board squadron, 135.
-, weatherbound in Thames, 130, 135, 137; ordered to proceed to Holland to fetch king, 145.
-, reports submission of fleet to king, 145; receives Order of Garter, 162.
-, to command new fleet, 297; leaves London for fleet, commissions sealed, 306.

-, Montegu, Walter, the abbot of, abbot of St. Martin, Pontoise:

sent to confer with Mazarin at Dax, 93; treats with him, without profit, 96.

at Court about Orange and to get help for Charles, 111; goes to make report to queen, 113.

goes to S. Sebastian to inform Philip of Charles' recall, 147.

Montecuculi, Montecucoli, Raymond count of, imperialist general, emperor receives important advices from, 55.

Monte Sarcio, Montesacchio, prince of. See Davalos, Andrea.

Montgomery, Hugh, lord, earl of (sic), attends Monk's parliament at Edinburgh, 99.

Montpensier, duchess of. See Anne Marie Louise.

Montrose, marquis of. See Graham, James.

Moors:
-, Oran besieged by, 160; assistance of, renders conquest of Portugal more difficult, 262.
-, collection in England, for Spaniards against, 178.

Mora, Bartolomeo, captured on English ship by Barbary corsairs, 309.

Mordaunt, Mordant, Henry, second earl of Peterborough, attends on prince de Ligne, 198; appointed governor of Tangier, 304.

-, John, first earl of Peterborough, 51.

-, -, John son of, viscount Mordaunt:

letter advising Charles not to hasten his coming, 51.

decree of parliament against, 51; summoned to present himself or declared traitor, 69; delivers king's letter to city council, 143–4.

Morea, Greece, 147.
-, Poole complains of having to submit to quarantine for going to, 133.

-, English consul in. See Hyde, Henry.

Moret [Seine et Marne, France], despatches dated at, 40–1, 44, 47, 295, 299, 309.

Morice, Mauritius, Morris, William, secretary of State:
-, knighted and appointed to Privy Council, 156.
-, letter signed by, 232.

Morland, Samuel, goes to Charles, reveals names of those who betrayed him, 151; knighted by king, 152.

Morley, George, bishop of Worcester, consecrated in Abbey, 214.

Morley, Morlei, Col. Herbert:
-, made joint lieutenant general, 79; made governor of Tower, 111.
-, pointed pistol at Lambert's head, 111; chosen commissioner for army, 118.

Morosini, Marcinum, Francesco, Venetian Captain General at Sea, claim against, on account of Angel, 36–7, 39, 232.

-, Zorzi, Captain General at Sea, directed to obtain exchange of Galilee, 252.

-, Michiel:

despatches to the Senate, 303, 307.

instructions to, 298, 302.

appointed ambassador extraordinary to England, 169; king informed of, 182, 284.

York remembered as ambassador in France, 182; to start in spring, 215, 225; about to start, 283; journey of, 303, 307–8; crossing from Dunkirk, 308.

to cultivate best relations with Dutch ambassador, 285.

Morpeth, co. Northumberland, city messenger meets Monk at, 109n.

Morris. See Morice.

Most Christian. See Louis XIV, king of France.

Mullis, John, Portuguese secretary in England, left in charge, 136, 142; sent to Lisbon, Mello awaiting return, 180.

Munster [Westphalia, German Empire], envoy from, to congratulate king, 207.

-, prince bishop of. See Galen, Christopher Bernard von.

Muscovites, Russians, capture of Smolensk by, 171n; Rhenish league waiting to see if Swedish arms will weaken, 308.

Muscovy, Trondjhem convenient for impeding trade of, 145.

Musur Aga, reported remark of Bendish to Ballarino, 154.



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