Nani, Giovanni Battista, Venetian ambassador in Germany, Riccardi's service under, 224.
-, Polo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 35.
Nanterre, Nantere [Seine, France], despatches dated at, 159, 166, 168, 176.
-, Venetian instructions to resident at, 136; Sarotti hindered from going to as resident, 148.
-, galleys of only form feeble squadrons, 139; popes have to obey Philip because of, 293.
Nassau, Elizabeth of, wife of heer van Beverwaart, husband leaves England because of illness of, 158.
-, Louis of, heer van Beverwaart, Dutch ambassador in England:
Estrades applies to, for ship, 10.
congratulates king on marriage, 18; tells Venetian ambassadors of desire to renew correspondence, 31, 89; Giavarina responds to, 36, 45.
pressing for conference to terminate negotiations, 37; protest against yielding places in Africa, 41.
received Durazzo, 109; business held up, asks leave to return, 123; remaining to resume negotiations, 131; conference with appointed but put off, 133; sittings resumed with, 134.
tries to hasten conclusion of negotiations, 135; conferences continued but difficulties encountered, 137.
will not admit that Ruyter allowed corsairs to escape, 144; admits treaty with Algerines, but says will be disowned, 147.
offers congratulations on king's marriage, 152.
presents memorial complaining of action of Maltese, 156; goes home because of wife's illness, 158.
-, Siegen, John Maurice of, ambassador of Brandenburg to England, ministers busy over congé, 18; leaves for home, 37; did not acknowledge Mello till after marriage announced, 202.
-, William III of, prince of Orange, ministers of Brandenburg in England about affairs of, 18; nothing about, in treaty with Dutch, 190.
-, sailors left service when ships disarmed, 167.
-,-, two ships for Mello, 6, 10; fleet to fetch Infanta, 10; ships take presents for Infanta, 15.
-,-, 20 more ships being equipped, 7, 10; intended for Mediterranean, 13, 17; still idle, 57–8; York inspects, 64.
-,-, 15 ships in Downs and many in Thames, 16; to go to Portugal and then Indies, 18; Fanshawe to go with. 30.
-,-, ships for bride not ready, 18; Montagu goes to Lisbon to join, 53; delayed for lack of money, 58, 68; waiting for wind, 79.
-,-, parliament anxious to reduce expenditure on, 20; revenues insufficient to support, 32.
-,-, ships offered to Venetian ambassadors for passage, 29.
-,-, projects for in Strait and Mediterranean, 52; ships for Algiers waiting for wind, 66.
-,-, ships sent to help Royal Charles against Swede, 69.
-,-, need of money for, high cost, 75, 85; proposed to reduce number of ships, 88; daily cost of, 92.
-,-, ships for Lisbon held up by weather, 81; sail but driven back, 92.
-,-, six ships to take over Portuguese possessions in E. Indies, 92.
-,-, question of flag, if meets French, 93, 100–1, 104, 107–8.
-,-, ships for Tangier and Lisbon still delayed, 95; ships sail, 104; wind favourable for, 106; held up, some scattered, 108.
-,-, Charles would not seek quarrel by causing to follow French, 108; will avoid meeting French, 109.
-,-, desirability of uniting with French and Dutch against corsairs, 108, 127.
-,-, anxiety about because of storms, 110; arrived at Tangier with 5,000 foot, 114, 117; left Tangier for Lisbon, 119.
-,-, news of safe arrival in Portugal, 114, 117; eighteen frigates to escort queen, 134.
-,-, large squadron left inside Strait, 119; eight ships off Toulon, may unite with French, 140.
-,-, fleet with queen to put in at Portsmouth, 135, 137; cost of, a set off against dowry, 150.
-,-, Giavarina to watch operations against corsairs, 138; Tangier victualled by two ships of, 163.
-,-, heavy daily expense of fleet for queen, 140; delayed by bad weather, 140–1.
-,-, sailors serving abroad recalled for manning of, 167; ships sent from Downs to Lawson, 192.
-,-, decision to arm forty ships, because Dutch arming, 167; shortage of money causes slow progress with, 174.
-,-, Medina Celi allows frigates to victual at Cadiz, 189; arrangements for victualling at Leghorn, 193.
-,-, squadron to be sent to Mediterranean, 199.
-,-, frigate sent for Muscovy ambassadors, 200; ships being equipped against pirates, 242.
-,-, ships go to help Moors against Alcantara, 201; frigates unite with ships of Portugal, 204; Medina Celi disturbed about, 216.
-,-, king promises to reduce expenses of, 229.
-,-, apprehension in Spain, about squadron of, 243; twelve ships leave Plymouth for Tangier, 246, 248.
-,-, large ship launched in Thames, 244.
-,-, nine ships sail with troops for Portugal, 249; 22 frigates armed for war, 268.
-,-, squadron to go against corsairs, 274–5; 45 ships being armed for Mediterranean, 277; second fleet sails for Mediterranean, 284.
-,-, powerful squadrons sail against pirates, 285.
-, fleet under Montagu:
-,-, James goes to see before sailing, starts, 2; Mello expected to sail with, but does not, 3.
-,-, no news of, thought to be going to Algiers, 7, 11; in Spanish waters, 21, 26.
-,-, suspicions of merchants through departure of, 12.
-,-, constitution of, courteously received by Spaniards, 21; Spaniards still uneasy about, 26.
-,-, to secure respect for English ships from corsairs, 25; king tells Venetian ambassadors why sent, 28.
-,-, driven to Alicante by contrary wind, 29; passing into Mediterranean, 30.
-,-, Montagu's illness holds up, 34; Montagu leaves Lawson in command of, 51; Montagu returns to, 57.
-,-, reported co-operation of French and Dutch with, 35; report of dealings at Algiers, 39; reports of engagement at, 42, 46, 78.
-,-, decision to send reinforcements to, 37, 46; ships joining capture Barbary galleys, 42, 46.
-,-, French report of reverse to, 44; leaves Algiers, cruising in squadrons, 46, 68; French propose to join, against Algiers, 49; before Algiers, 51, 53; likely to leave Algiers, 52.
-,-, encounters with corsairs, 51; Senate rejoices over, 53; captures from corsairs, 67, 78.
-,-, no news from, 53, 57, 66, 94; news of via Toulon, 60.
-,-, pressure of causes rising in Algiers, 60, 67; sailing to Gibraltar, hunting corsairs, 77.
-,-, Winchelsea fears effect of operations on Porte, 77; harassing corsairs, 139.
-,-, departure Mould leave Spanish trade at mercy of corsairs, 91; heavy losses to Algerians in spite of, 94, 100.
-,-, Montagu refuses ship of, to queen, 97.
-,-, captains of, dismissed for escorting Portuguese ship, 97.
-,-, Lawson left with only 12 ships, 141; inflicts heavy defeat on Algerines, 142.
-,-, sixteen frigates acting against Moors, squadron taken to Tangier, 174.
-,-, Lawson returns, only six ships left, under Smith, 227.
-, squadron under Holmes, demands surrender of places in Guinea, 43.
Negri, Antonio di, secretary to the Senate, 184.
Netherlands, Dutch, Flemings, Holland, States, United Provinces:
-, Charles spoke in of need of helping Venice, 27; complaints against Venetian ministers in, 89.
-, Spain fears Portugal will repeat case of, 262.
-,-, Nimbergh held by, 4; Venetian ambassadors unable to find coaches in, 25.
-,-, peace with Portugal, Spaniards alarmed by, 4; disputes in over Portugal peace, 8; approaching adjustment, 22; treaty ratified, 79.
-,-, send out ships to watch English, 7; Holmes demands surrender of places in Guinea, 43.
-,-, interested in Spanish treasure fleet, 15; Spaniards dislike concerted action with French and English, 35.
-,-, adjustment with Portugal concluded, 30, 181; English suspicion of, 33, 40; old rancour of traders against, 34, 40.
-,-, wish to see what Portuguese in position to do, 30; advantages promised to which Already promised to English, 33, 41, 79.
-,-, desire to renew correspondence with Venice, 31, 89; could be settled without mediator, 32.
-,-, unfriendly proceedings of make bad impression in England, 33–4; France and Spain fear English attempt to isolate, 41.
-,-, Gamarra expects treaty with Portugal to lead to war with England, 41; English turn out of places in Guinea, 43.
-,-, Cornaro leaves for, 42.
-,-, proposed alliance with England and Portugal, 43; Portuguese promise same places to, as to English, 79; notice obscurities in treaty, will not admit ambassador, 81–2.
-,-, naval weakness of Spain an invitation to, 81.
-,-, Gamarra not to leave until summoned by Batteville, 96; Estrades going to reside in, 104.
-,-, will claim equal treatment with Genoa, 97, 101; Knights of Malta wish to be included in peace with, 155.
-,-, reported French alliance with, against England, 100; successful conclusion of negotiations with France, 131; prematurely announced, 133.
-,-, desirability of joint action with against corsairs, 108, 127.
-,-, negotiations with England and France concerned solely with fisheries and maritime affairs, 123; hope of success in negotiations with England, 131, 134.
-,-, cheaper to hire ships in, to take levies to Venice, 128; absorbing great part of English trade, 138.
-,-, negotiations with France resumed, 134; treaty with signed, 137.
-,-, French alliance guarantees fishing to, 137; Charles will not enter alliance, as has separate treaty with, 145.
-,-, numerous points of friction between England and, 138; Clarendon's tirade against, in parliament, 147.
-,-, treaty with corsairs, English annoyed at, 138, 140; no good results from action against corsairs, 145.
-,-, Giavarina to observe negotiations of, 142; negotiations clogged by pretensions of parties, 158, 161, 174.
-,-, king demands satisfaction from for outrages in Guinea, 147, 161; demands to be conceded, 166.
-,-, ships to or from to be exempt from search by corsairs, 148; unsatisfactory nature of terms arranged with corsairs, 152; Giavarina to get to bottom of, 153, 156, 158.
-,-, claims of Knights of Malta against, 155–6; prizes taken from not to be allowed to enter English ports, 167.
-,-, likelihood of war with England, 158, 180; people desire war with, merchants eager for, 161, 174.
-,-, French alliance restrains English from attacking, 161; peace reported with England, 173; English do not wish to be injured by alliance with France, 175.
-,-, importance of herring fishery to, may cause to abate claims, 162; negotiations delayed to deprive of advantage of fishing, 174; hitch in negotiations with, 179, 183.
-,-, safer route than Flanders for letters, 175; Dunkirk the key of, 205.
-,-, justify selling ships to Spain, 183; Estrades may have negotiations with, 186; French procrastinating with, 189.
-,-, Barbary corsairs will not re-open negotiations with, 183; interest in negotiations with them, 186; unable to settle anything with them, 221.
-,-, difficulties in way of adjustment with, 185; better hope of, 187; treaty concluded with, 190, 207; ambassador expected from, 217.
-,-, desire for close relations with Venice, 190; Giavarina to watch operations of ambassador, 200.
-,-, treaty of, with Portugal, 203, 207.
-,-, claims against to be given to Downing, 217–8.
-,-, treaty with England ratified, 229.
-,-, support French plan for free market at Dunkirk, 231; nourishing marine of, 272.
-,-, Turks do not mean to have secret intelligence with Muscovy, Poles etc., 257.
-,-, fear privateering by Portuguese, 267; attacks on ships under flag of Braganza, 283.
-,-, wished to deal separately with corsairs, 270; corsairs unwilling to carry out agreements with, 271.
-,-, report English losses to corsairs, 271.
-,-, dispute with English over possessions in North America, 283; demands made on, for usurpations in India, with threat, 286; ill feeling against whipped up, 288.
ships to watch English, 7; union with English against pirates, 35.
ships at Cadiz, offer to protect treasure fleet, 34–5; Ruyter's squadron watching Montagu, 41; for same purposes as English fleet, 47, 51.
more ships sent to observe English, 41.
French propose to unite with against corsairs, 49; share in hunting down corsairs, 52, 61; equipment of new, against corsairs, 125.
departure would leave Spanish trade at mercy of corsairs, 91; heavy losses to Algerines, in spite of, 94, 100; comparative failure of operations against corsairs, 113, 145.
commanders of, against corsairs, to have good understanding with French, 127.
new fleet for Mediterranean, 134; reported engagement with English off Lisbon, 166.
allows corsairs to escape into Algiers, 145–6.
English believe to be arming new, 167.
-, merchants of. See merchants, Flemish.
-, ships of. See ships, Dutch.
-, States General of:
present yacht to Charles, 45; Gamarra goes to transact important business with, 118.
deliver up regicides to England, 122, 135; Charles thanks by letter, 130.
dispute with over Experience and Charles, 123; decide to grant king's demands about damages, 166.
propose to ask Charles to join with for extirpation of corsairs, 125; refuse to ratify Ruyter's agreement with Algerines, 147, 151, 158–9, 160, 166.
complain of action of Spanish privateers, 153.
set guard over agent of Knights of Malta, 156.
ambassadors in England waiting for instructions from, to put final touches, 166; give consent to conclusion of treaty, 179; ratification of, required, 190, 203.
France wants to guarantee treaties, 189.
-, the Spanish. See Flanders.
Neuchese, Neuseses, M. de, French admiral, to co-operate with English and Dutch admirals against corsairs, 49.
Neville, Nevil, Col. Henry, leader of malcontents, committed to Tower, 269.
New Belgium, North America, dispute between English and Dutch over, 283.
Newburgh, Neueburgh, viscount. See Livingstone, James.
New England, Dutch possessions near, 283.
Newport House, Neuport, isle of Wight, libels posted up at, 270.
Nicholas, Nicolas, Sir Edward, secretary of State, 74.
-, informs Giavarina of Winchelsea's offer of mediation, 56; reply to be given to, 65, 77; Giavarina speaks to about, his reply, 93–4, 104.
-, tells Batteville king will not receive him, 72–3; promised to speak to king, but nothing done, 73.
-, Giavarina to see about ambassador, 82; reply about ambassador, 95.
-, reply of, about help, 94; Giavarina speaks to about requisitioning of ships, 144, 153.
-, has no news of Montagu, 94; to stop proceedings of governor of Dunkirk, 118.
-, sent to receive king's letter from Batteville, 96; sent back, Batteville's stiffness with, 99.
-, acted for king, at marriage, 150.
-, Giavarina speaks to about not recalling sailors serving Venice, 167, 170; signs order, 175.
-, to write to Venice against Giavarina, 197; will say nothing about it, 201.
-, decides to resign, 203; resignation was forced, 206.
nobles, lords, peers:
-, many come to live in London, cause rise in rents, 19.
-, amount due from for benevolence, 32, 85.
-, dispute with Commons about right to search houses of, 32.
-, Sheldon announced king's marriage to, as valid, 150; crowd to London to kiss queen's hand, 152; tradesmen suffer from absence from London, at Court, 160.
Nogaret, Bernard de, duke of Epernon, garter insignia of returned to Charles, 245.
Northampton, co. Northants, demolition of walls ordered, 169.
-, earl of. See Compton, James.
Norwood, Col. Henry, Lt. Col. Hornwod, returns with Fanshawe, report on Tangier, 265.
Nottingham, Notingham, outbreak of fanatics in, 267.