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1931

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'Index: U, V', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 32: 1659-1661 (1931), pp. 411-414. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90089 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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United Provinces. See Netherlands.

Upper House. See Lords, House of.

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Vagliac. See Aubusson, Jacques d', seigneur de Villac.

Valier, Francesco, Proveditore of Cephalonia:
-, despatch to the Senate, 138.
-, shows great favour to English captains, 138.

Vane, Sir Henry, signs notification to foreign ministers, 22; banished to Raby for supporting army, 110, 113; sent to Tower, 173.

Vassal, John, merchant, acts at Madrid for Levant Co., 186.

Vaudois, Protestants of Piedmont, collection for in Cromwell's time, amount realised, 178.

Vecht. See Vic.

Vendramin, Domenico, Savio alla Mercanzia, 222.

Venice:
-, 1659:
-,-, asked to pay what owed for Paramour, 3; declares case of Angel must be settled diplomatically, 43.
-,-, thanked for condolences, 3–4; sends fresh letters of credence for Giavarina to parliament, 37; letter for parliament received, 48.
-,-, English ships from, to be allowed to proceed to Constantinople, 19.
-,-, Fleming constantly professes devotion to, 38; king of Poland's regard for, 61; devotion of Arundel family to, 85, 95.
-,-, Bendish says French will never join with against Turks, 43; ambassadors extraordinary from about Franco-Spanish peace, 69.
-,-, wish presentation of credentials to be delayed, 64; Giavarina declares proposed manner of reception injurious to, 66–7; pleased that credentials held back, 95.
-,-, parliament thinks of copying model for government, 70.
-,-, asked to secure Arundel until fetched, 75; letter to, about, 76, 78, 88; can suspend reply, 85; instructions to Padua about, 87.
-,-, representations to, on behalf of Galilee, 98; assurances to Galilee, 104, 117.
-,-, Giavarina begs for consideration from, 101.
-, 1660:
-,-, will not be troubled again about Arundel, 123; Winchelsea and Arundel family speak highly of, 144; Howard can serve, 156.
-,-, representations against behaviour of English squadron at Zante, 133, 188; order to commanders to do nothing to prejudice of, 189.
-,-, Vizier eager to have support of English ships against, 136; Winchelsea offers services to at Constantinople, 168; would serve better than de la Haye, 169.
-,-, request for Zante Frigate going to, 144; promise of facilities for, 152–3.
-,-, quarrel of Spain and England sole obstacle to help for, 152; hopes of help from England, 202, 230.
-,-, embassy to congratulate Charles, 152–3, 166, 169, 174, 202, 216; letter of congratulation, 153; Charles protests regard for, 155, 174.
-,-, grant to Giavarina for expenses, 153; allowances for expenses, 166, 172.
-,-, hope to interest Charles in cause against Turk, 156; merchants will always oppose help for, 177, 182.
-,-, compliments to Queen Henrietta, 166, 177; letter of duke of York to, 175; questions of title with king's brothers, 188, 197, 208, 211.
-,-, recall of English serving abroad will affect, 168, 175; request to be made exception, 176; exception conceded for, 188, 191–2, 197.
-,-, offer of la Coste to serve, 171, 188; Count Dillon offers levy to, 189.
-,-, suggestion of collection for, 178, 206; ancient friendship with English crown, 180; hope for embassy from England, 202, 211, 216.
-,-, Giavarina appeals to Charles for, king hopes soon to be in position to help, 182; hope that Charles will follow example of Spain, France and emperor in helping, 192.
-,-, promises to Galilee not fulfilled, 183; king and council take up his case with, 184.
-,-, appeal to on behalf of Azarli, 185; English poll tax sent for consideration of, 213.
-,-, disbanding of troops affords opportunity for levy to, 187; no one will listen to terms offered by, 211, 224–5.
-,-, claim to title of “most serene,” 197, 202.
-,-, appeal to Charles to help, 206, 216; Charles holds out hopes to, when more free, 206, 216; Giavarina makes appeals for, 208; queen promises to use influence with son for, 216.
-,-, Charles desires gondolas from, 208; Winchelsea may help, but not against wish of merchants, 212; Vienna will urge Charles to help, 220, 226.
-,-, sending ordinary ambassador to Charles, 216, 238; Charles ready to send ambassador to, 216, 238.
-,-, present of gondolas to Charles, 225; complaint against for forcing ships to serve without pay, 232; service said to be voluntary, 241.
-, 1661:
-,-, urged to send ambassador to Denmark and Sweden, 236; Alefelt asked to support application to help, 242; decides to apply, 249.
-,-, request to Charles for help, 238; Collalto to urge England to help, 243.
-,-, representations to, on behalf of Galilee, 245; assurances about Galilee, 252, 278; Galilee's efforts with, vain, 267.
-,-, question of sending English ambassador to, 245; ambassadors sent to show esteem for king, 283, 302.
-,-, Ruffler's appeal to, to practise inventions, 249, 250, 260; Alefelt's regard for, 260.
-,-, Winchelsea wishes to be advised of resistance made about ships, 252; Bendish always friendly to, 256.
-,-, Spaniards, if free of Portuguese war, could fulfil promises to, 254; Quirini to make representations upon, 268.
-,-, Winchelsea wishes to mediate for, with Turks, 257; proposed change in sending letters to, 273, 280.
-,-, interests at Porte entrusted to French ambassador, 257; Palatine's civilities to, 307.
-,-, war of English with Barbary corsairs would serve interests of, 266; Charles will help when state of affairs allows, 269; goodwill of Charles to, 279, 287.
-,-, efforts to get English help for, 267, 270; two English ships for, surrender to Barbary corsairs, 309.
-,-, representations against use of English ships by Turks, 268, 280, 287, 301; orders sent to Winchelsea about, 287; Winchelsea apologetic about, 305.
-,-, congratulates duchess of Anjou, 285; congratulates Charles, 302.
-,-, present of gondolas for Charles, 288, 302.
-,-, allowance to Giavarina for expenses, 294.
-,-, request that ship Frigate Madonna may proceed to Ionian islands from, 302; Frankfort magistrates complain of goods being delayed at, 308.
-, Camerlenghi di Comun, 294.
-, Capitano General da Mar, General of the fleet, 202.
-,-, efforts on behalf of Galilee, 98, 184, 238, 249, 278; fruitless, 245.
-, -, See also Morosini, Francesco; Morosini, Zorzi.
-, Captain General of the galleons, 252.
-, Captain of the ships. See Contarini.
-, consul, English at. See Hobson, John; Jones, Giles.
-, doge of. See Contarini, Domenico; Pesaro, Giovanni.
-, fleet:
-,-, at mouth of Dardanelles, 19, 41.
-,-, complaint against for affair of Angel, 231–3.
-,-, certain to capture ship sent with munitions, 251; asked to let off English ship, serving Turks, 252.
-, grand chancellor. See Ballarino, Giovanni Battista.
-, Mint, 288.
-, Proveditori of the Three Islands, 133.
-, Proveditori di Commun, 260–1.
-, Rason, Raggion Vecchie, Proveditori of, to order building of gondolas, 215; report about, 288, 302.
-, Sanita, Board of Health, English squadron ignores rules of, 133, 147, 189.
-, Savii alla Mercanzia, recommend admission of Jones as consul, 221–2.
-, Savio of the Exchequer, 245.

Vere, Aubrey de, earl of Oxford, new regiment of horse formed under, 255.

Veth, Adrian, Pensionary of Zeeland, acting president of States General, reception of Charles in Assembly, 156.

Vic, Sir Henry de, Vecht, English resident at Brussels, Scott delivered to, 193; arrives at Court with news of Collalto's illness, 267.

Vico, Domenico, Venetian Resident at Florence:
-, despatches to the Senate, 288, 298, 303.
-, instructions to, 290.

-, Thadio, Venetian Secretary at Milan:

despatches to the Senate, 261, 276, 278, 282, 290, 300.

instructions to, 278, 280.

to keep Senate informed of Bristol's actions, 278; paid respects to Bristol, 279.

Victor Amadeus I, duke of Savoy, 300n.

Vidman, Count Giovanni, 288.
-, arrives in London from Paris, 277; present at coronation, 287; leaves London to return home, 293; patriotism commended, 294.

Vienna, Austria:
-, news from, 5, 278.
-, despatches dated at, 10, 34, 49, 52, 160, 214, 220, 226, 236, 240, 243.
-, Contarini came from to join Correr and Morosini, 308.

Villa, marquis, ambassador of Savoy in France, trouble with coach at Jermyn's entry, 264.

Villac, seigneur de. See Aubusson, Jacques d'.

Villiers, George, second duke of Buckingham, excluded from Privy Council, king's unfavourable opinion of, 159; mortified by precedence of new duke of Richmond, 191.

Vincelstra. See Finch, Heneage, earl of Winchelsea.

Vincennes [Seine, France], Mazarin back from, 6; Mazarin died at, 263n.

Vivero, Luis Perez de, count of Fuendalsaña, Fuendalsagna, Spanish ambassador in France:
-, money sent to, from Madrid, 172; to keep watch on negotiations between France and England, 257.
-, Grimani will follow example in dealings with Jermyn, 257; relations with Grimani at Jermyn's state entry, 264.
-, sends remittances of money to Batteville, 276.

Vogelsangh, Peter, Dutch commissioner for the Sound:
-, insists on separating Denmark from emperor, 49; establishes truce with Denmark, Sweden and Brandenburg, 55; urges Denmark to pursue peace negotiations with Sweden, 82.
-, submits terms of peace to Sweden, 82; dissensions with English and French, 150; urged to resume negotiations, 160.

Voster. See Somerset, Edward, marquis of Worcester.



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