Dalmatia [Yugo-Slavia], menaced by Turks, 226.
Dama, English ship, safe conduct asked for, 35.
Daniel, English ship, seized by Dutch, in Guinea, 147n.
Dardanelles [Turkish Empire], 112.
-, command to officials at mouths of, 278.
Dartes, Winchelsea's secretary, delivers letters to Senate, 65.
Davalos, Andrea, prince of Montesarchio, squadron of to escort ships for America, 216.
de la Haye. See Haye.
Delft [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], three regicides arrested at, 122.
Denbigh, earl of. See Feilding, Basil.
-, alliance established with, 22; mistrust caused by, 38; Sehested's mission from, 162.
-, French want to include in alliance against Austria, 202.
-, king of. See Frederick III.
-, prince of. See Christian,
Diedo, Alessandro, Savio alla Mercanzia, 35.
Dieppe [Seine Inferieure, France], Holles's household arrives at, 255; Holies at, 256.
-, proposal to marry to Clarendon's son, 283, 288.
-, married to earl of Sunderland, 283n.
-, George, second earl of Bristol, 264.
commissions about Parma match changed, 25; mission of, to Italy, 87.
disputes with Clarendon over bill of uniformity, 124–5; nothing more heard of quarrel, 130; attacked Clarendon for Beling's mission, 195n.
supports Castlemaine against queen, 172; queen mother supports, 256, 262.
accuses Clarendon of treason in the Lords, 255–6; articles of accusation, 257; moved by private rancour, 259.
king orders to take himself off, 259; orders for imprisonment in Tower, 260.
disappears, orders to ports to stop, 261; supposed to have crossed sea, 262; believed in Flanders, 263.
proclamation for discovery and apprehension, 263; remains hidden, but encouraged and protected, 276.
declares himself a Protestant, 273; party of strengthened, 283.
means to take his seat and prosecute charges, 273, 276, 283; king's efforts to protect Clarendon against, 285.
proposal to marry daughter to Clarendon's son, 283, 288.
Dillon, Thomas, viscount, 185.
-, -, son of, kills Rawlins in duel, 185; escapes, 186.
Dini. See Doni.
dispensing with laws, king's power of, denied by parliament, 234–6.
Donado, —, savio alla Scrittura, 127.
Doni, Dini, Abbate, envoy of Savoy to Venice, arrives at Venice, 125; office in Collegio, 143.
Dorset, earl of. See Sackville, Richard.
Douglas, Duglas, Colonel taken prisoner at battle of Zeromsk, 74.
Dover, co. Kent, 172.
-, news from, 114.
-, Monk unable to get into, 15; king paid respects to mother at, 171,
Downing, Douning, Sir George, English resident in the Netherlands:
-, Portuguese negotiations pressed after arrival of, 8; annoyed by Dutch proceedings over, 30; protests against Dutch-Portuguese treaty, 33; gets regicides arrested in Holland, 122.
-, to demand satisfaction for ships seized in Guinea, 147, 161; back at Court from Holland, 203.
-, to be raised to status of ambassador, 217; all claims against Dutch to be handed to, 218; to make representations about Dutch encroachments in India, 286.
-, James goes to see fleet in, 2; 15 ships of war in, 16; ships still at anchor in, 97.
-, Monk sent from for Venetian ambassadors, 3; they arrive in, 15; ship with gondolas arrives in, 40.
-, king and brother propose to meet mother in, 168; ships sent from, to Lawson, 192.
dragomans, trouble caused by, 51.
Draperis, George, Zorzi, dragoman of English ambassador, 275, 281.
-, Winchelsea would like to kill, 51; suspects his fidelity, 116.
-, Gobato writes to that peace between Venice and Turk very near, 278.
-, denunciation of Venetian embassy made by, 279; antipathy to Venetians, 280.
-, talking of affair of Bailo Capello, 279; at Adrianople, 289.
-, Ormond enters with great pomp, 175; postal service with Edinburgh established, 229.
-, fanatics attempt to surprise castle, 244.
du Boulay. See Boulay.
Duckenfield, Major John, arrested, 268.
ducks, Indian, presented by Charles to Louis, 250.
Duglas. See Douglas,
dukes, king proposes to create four, 285.
Dunkirk [Nord, France], 99.
-, despatch dated at, 12.
-, Correr and Morosini crossed from, 3, 33; entertained at, 16, 85.
-, reinforcement of 8,000 men sent to, 4; garrison unnecessarily large, 12, 85; particulars of garrison, 16, 84.
-, people of constantly leaving the town, 16; suspected intention of maintaining garrison by contributions from country round, 26.
-, the sole foreign engagement Clarendon desires for king, 24; Batteville accused of bribing governor to betray, 74.
-, cost of, revenue insufficient for, 32; huge cost of garrison, 75, 85.
-, York goes to, to see embarcation of regiments for Tangier, 71, 74.
-, acquired by Cromwell, 83; reports of purchase by Louis, 130–1; Giavarina to watch negotiations about, 138.
-, incorporated with England, 130; wheat from French ships used for garrison of, 159.
-, complaints of exactions from Spanish subjects living near, 141, 154; Caracena asks instructions about, 159; Spain has no strength to resent, 176; Spanish views about purchase, 189, 204.
-, agreement between France and Spain about, 179; French guaranteed possession to England, 182.
-, Estrades offers money for, Charles ready to oblige, 179; Estrades came about, 183, 185.
-, Louis means to have in any case, 179, 197; Estrades brought money to buy, 181; his offer for, 192; negotiations pressed forward, 194.
-, fortification proceeded with and garrison increased, 192; many of garrison come to London, 203; soldiers of fear disbanding, 205.
-, means for evading parliament's consent to alienation, 194; sale very unpopular, 205.
-, agreement about said to be reached, 195; sale settled, purchase price, 199,200; treaty for ratified, 208.
-, French displeased at revelations about, 196–7; Estrades to take over, 201; made governor, 208; Estrades goes to, 212, 214.
-, sold because of need for money, 202; ship sent to. for the money, 207; money for eagerly awaited, 214, 216.
-, absence of Spanish minister made sale possible, 209; skilful management of payment by Colbert, 211.
-, journey of Louis to, postponed, 212, 215; measures to secure, 213; proposed embassy to Louis at, 216, 219.
-, troops from brought to control London, 212; some of garrison retained by French, 213–4; troops from, at Havre, considered untrustworthy, 240.
-, hitch about handing over, 215; taken over by French, 218–9.
-, Louis at, means to keep, 220; Louis congratulated about, 222.
-, Spanish feeling against France over, 228; feeling against Clarendon over, 238.
-, French want to establish free market at, 231; Spaniards encouraged by example of, 247, 250; Charles blamed for breaking word about, 292.
-, governor of. See Lockhart, Sir William; Rutherford, Andrew lord.
-, -, French. See Estrades, Geffroi comte d'.
Dunkirk, royal navy, in squadron for E. Indies, 92.
Durazzo, count Giovanni Luca, Genoese ambassador in France:
-, to go to England, busy with liveries, 7; to tell king of captains' betrayal to corsairs, 14; to remain at Paris, 38; proceeds to London incognito, 59.
-, remains incognito in London, 64; demands likely to be refused, 65; obtains prerogatives for crowned heads, by bribery, 97; question before Council, 98.
-, remonstrance about, 97; sharp reply of Clarendon, 98; ministers begin to repent about, 101.
-, public entry of, 98; first audience, 101; takes leave, 109; behaviour not liked, 182–3.
-, Giavarina avoids, 98; noticed by Senate, 107; only Dutch ambassadors received, 109.
-, remains on incognito, trying for same recognition at Paris, 112; privileges granted to, 192.
Dutch. See Netherlands.
duties. See customs.