Badajos [Estremadura, Spain]:
-, truce observed on passage of Sandwich through, 211.
Balbitski, Swedish ambassador in Germany:
-, intimate relations with Carlingford, 54.
Ballarino, Giovanni Battista, Venetian Grand Chancellor, at the Porte:
-, despatches to the Senate, 43, 55.
-, criticised for not resisting introduction of Genoese, 25–6; Henry Howard's efforts to serve, 30; wishes to keep in with French ambassador, 44.
-, measures to exclude English from, 29; duties on ships entering, 264.
Bankert, Adriaen, Dutch Vice-Admiral, (?) Bamche Camper:
-, ship lost in battle, 50.
Barbadoes, W. Indies:
-, expedition of Lord Willoughby to, 138n; convoy of merchantmen for, 170; English success near, 189.
Barbary, corsairs, need to clear seas of, 163.
Barberino, Cardinal Francesco:
-, regrets having no correspondent in England, 186; sent a book to Charles, 186.
Barclai, Barchelai. See Berkeley.
Bas. See La Barre.
Bassano [Prov. Vicenza, Italy]:
-, Mocenigo travels by, 222.
Bath, co. Somerset:
-, Arlington goes to, 233, 237; is back from, 245.
-, earl of. See Grenville, John.
Batteville, baron of, Spanish ambassador in England:
-, affray with Estrades, 274n; did harm to Spain by action, 293.
Bavaria, German Empire:
-, Mocenigo passes through, 223.
-, duke of. See Ferdinand Maria.
Beaufort, duke of. See Vendôme, François de.
Beeby, Mr., chaplain, expected at Leghorn, 124n.
Beet, Behet. See Grenville, John, earl of Bath.
Belegno, Caterin, Venetian ambassador in Spain:
-, despatches to the Senate, 143, 146, 148, 151, 154, 162–4, 166, 169, 171–3, 175, 185–6, 188–90, 192, 194, 196–8, 200, 202, 206–7, 209, 211, 215–8, 220, 231, 248, 278, 319.
-, Sandwich speaks to, of journey to Lisbon, 197; and asks to defend him against slander, 198; Sandwich sends gentleman to, 209; reserve of Miranda with, 313, 318.
Belem [Estremadura, Portugal]:
-, marquis of Liche released from, 212.
Bellasis, John lord, governor of Tangier; makes treaty with Gaylan, 7n.
Bellefonds, Bellefont, marquis of. See Gigault, Bernardin.
Belle-Isle, France, island of:
-, Beaufort proceeding slowly to, 72; escort of duchess of Nemours at, 73.
Benavides, Don Luis de, marquis of Caracena:
-, affair of Portugal entrusted to, 172; suggests outlines of negotiations, 173.
Bennet, Benet, Henry, earl of Arlington, Arlinte, Harlinton, Secretary of State, 329.
-, Godolphin served as secretary, 20n.
-,-, to hear case of Salvalor del Mondo, 2; confidential relations of Godolphin with, 20.
-,-, Buat corresponding secretly with, 63n; takes Marchesini to house, praises defence of Candia, 223.
-,-, Marchesini appeals to, 224, 227–8; courtesy to Marchesini, 225, 232; Marchesini puzzled by, 230.
-,-, explains why help difficult, 224, 234; says king has promised more than able to perform, 228.
-,-, says Dutch will do nothing, 228; Marchesini asks to prevent ships serving Turks, 228–9; office with approved, 232; reply about ships, 234.
-,-, proposed Harvey to king for Porte, 230; Marchesini sees about instructions to Harvey, 233.
-,-, Buckingham asks Marchesini about, 231; Mocenigo to make special effort to win, 239, 265, 279, 287.
-,-, goes to Bath, 233, 237; back at Court, 245.
-,-, Harvey expects to hear from about mediation, 237; sends commissions to Porte about, 242.
-,-, Marchesini to obtain reply from, on return, 242; Marchesini sees again, with no better success, 245; promised reply to Marchesini, 248.
-,-, calls on Colbert, procures him private audience, 250; Marchesini's final appeal to, 254; objections raised by, 254–5, 269.
-,-, Mocenigo asks to arrange private audience, 256; offered audience of queen and duchess of York through wife, id.
-,-, calls on Mocenigo, 256; Mocenigo returns visit and thanks, 257.
-,-, declares goodwill to Venice, 258; witholds answer to Venetian ducali, 266.
-,-, Mocenigo asks for help with munitions, 259; spoke to about help from Harvey, 262.
-,-, interest in Levant trade, 266; becomes postmaster-general, 319.
-,-, Mocenigo confers with, about succour, advice of, 269; to represent urgency to, 285.
-,-, Mocenigo thanks, 270; Mocenigo asks to see, but busy in Council, 285; Mocenigo sees and makes further appeal to, 287–8; gives memorial to, 289, 290.
-,-, offers assistance to Mocenigo, 288; Mocenigo continues to cultivate, 298.
-,-, busy preparing for country, but calls in evening, 289; married to Dutch wife, highest in king's favour, 312.
-,-, manner of receiving Colbert, 292, 295; Bridgeman and Trevor inform of advice to king about Candia, 297; writes to Temple, 316.
-,-, Mocenigo means to press hard, 302; thanked for orders to Temple, 306; promises Mocenigo copy of decree, 307; Mocenigo repeats requests to, 310.
-,-, asks news of Candia, 306; advice to ask for much, 323.
-,-, will impart Temple's reply to Mocenigo, 320, 322; no word from, 326.
-,-, thanked for courtesy to Delfino, 324; promises prompt information, 328.
-,-, Mocenigo sees again about mediation imbroglio, 328; Mocenigo discusses triple alliance with, 330.
Bennet, Sir John:
-, made deputy postmaster, 319.
Berehaven, co. Cork, Ireland:
-, French raid near, 167.
Berghen, Bergh, Norway:
-, Dutch fleet from Indies reaches, 65; English paper on irritates Denmark, 114, 157.
Berkeley, John lord:
-, takes lease of office of posts, 319n.
Berkeley, Barchelai, Barclai, Sir William:
-, killed in N. Foreland battle, 16; body returned to England, 65, 101.
Berlengas islands, Portugal:
-, Spanish attack on, 149n.
Bernardo, Alessandro, Venetian Secretary in Germany:
-, despatches to the Senate, 179, 180, 193, 196, 198–9, 200.
Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey, Lord Great Chamberlain:
-, Mocenigo introduced to king by, 256–7.
Besson, M. de:
-, sent with troops to Lyon, 27.
Bethune, Louis de, comte de Charost, governor of Calais:
-, offers troops to Ruyter, 40; informs Court of Clarendon's arrival, 201.
Beufort. See Vendôme, François de, duke of Beaufort.
Beuningen, Boninghen, Bouninghen, Vamboninghen, Conrad van, Dutch ambassador extraordinary in France:
-, looked on askance, 1; representations to, about meeting Beaufort, 26; complains of Beaufort's dilatoriness, 45.
-, office with about Sweden, 5; makes claims for money due in lieu of troops, 46.
-, another battle reported to, 68; secretary of gives Giustinian news, 92.
-, sends pessimistic account of negotiations to Hague, 78; king's pledge to, 87; king's assurances to, 88.
-, Giustinian to ask for orders to prevent ships serving Turks, 85; shows Giustinian States' reply to Charles, 103.
-, asks for arrangements for naval co-operation, 102; Louis asks to facilitate purchase of ships for France, 109.
-, expresses hope for peace, 114; says Dutch will never listen to separate peace, 134; assures Lionne of steadfastness of Dutch, 137.
-, denies secret French intrigues with England, 116.
-, asks permission for Holland to trade with France, 133.
-, to say Dutch will follow wishes of France about congress, 139; at conference about congress, 148.
-, lives at Paris, always on the move, 141; suggests mediation by pope and Venice, 142–3; to dissuade French from attack on Brabant, 159; says Louis will accept mediation, 165.
-, representations to Lionne for union of fleets, 165; suggests forcing Turks to make peace with Venice, 239, 247–8.
-, Boreel wants Montagu sent to co-operate with, 253; to go to England to counteract Colbert, 314.
Beverning, Beverninghen, Jerome van, appointed deputy to congress, 153.
Beverwaart, heer van. See Nassau, Louis of.
Bilbao [Prov. Biscaya, Spain]:
-, ship at, for person from Madrid for London, 154; Godolphin goes to take ship at, 202.
Binche, Linch [Prov. Hainault, Belgium]:
-, French claim, 233.
Biscay, Vizcaya, Spain:
-, French fleet cruising off, 163.
Bjornclaw, Matthias Mylonius, Swedish ambassador in Germany.
-, says Denmark may not help Dutch, 35; talks of alliance with Austria, 45.
Blankenberghe [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium]:
-, Ruyter near, 81.
Blaspeil, Werner Wilhelm, minister of Brandenburg at the Hague, offers mediation, 159.
Boffort. See Vendôme, François de, duke of Beaufort.
Bois le Duc, Bolduc [N. Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, suggested for peace congress, 144.
Bombay, Bonboyago, India:
-, reported capture by Dutch, 141.
-, English asked to renounce claims about, 162.
Bondt, John, Dutch commander, squadron defeated, 124n.
Bonelli, —, merchants, 2; to thank Holles, 49.
Boninghen. See Beuningen.
Bonstetten, Francis Louis de, Swiss Minister at the Hague:
-, treats for entry into triple alliance, 267; leaves Hague, expected back soon, 272.
Boreel, Borel, Johan, Dutch ambassador in England: 311.
-, informs commissioners of proposed action to maintain peace, 206; overtures of Lisola and Molina to, 210.
-, a creature of de Witt, 213; intervenes about Swedes victualling Spanish troops from Bremen, 325.
-, Temple takes negotiations out of hands of, 213; urges despatch of Montagu to France, 253.
-, Marchesini visits, 227; he expects to hear from, about help, 234; Marchesini cultivating, 246.
-, closely watching Colbert, 253, 263; warned ministers before Colbert's arrival, 276.
-, Mocenigo notifies of arrival, 261; to stay on till successor arrives, 264, 277; to remain as ordinary, 299.
-, informed of Mocenigo's entry but does not send coach, 274; calls on Mocenigo, 276; Mocenigo returns visit, 282, 285.
-, advocates closer relations with Venice, 277; Charles ready to speak to about help for Venice, 284.
-, cuts short talk about Candia, 277; asks about succours, but changes subject, 285.
-, suggests joint action at Porte, 286, 317, 320; writes home about, 294.
-, promises to ask commissions to speak about it, 286; has no commissions, 297, 303.
-, ceremonial observed with, 291; very attentive with Mocenigo, 295; Mocenigo in difficulty about return visit of, 296.
-, Mocenigo asks about audience of king, 297; speaks of European situation and Dutch policy, 298–9, 300.
-, grown cool about succour, 303; says negotiations must be conducted at Hague, 307.
-, about to leave, 320; ordered to stay on, 325.
-, house in danger from the mob, 320–1; visits exchanged with Molina, 330.
-, labouring with Council about instructions for Carlisle, 326; supposed suggestion of about Swedish claim, 330.
-, reports French raid in Ireland, 167n.
Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, governor of, ordered to supply Ruyter, 41; Dutch fleet driven to, 72; Ruyter near, 72–3.
-, French sent to, to move Ruyter, 72.
Bouninghen. See Beuningen.
Bourbon Condé, Louis II of, prince of Condé:
-, candidate for Polish crown, 294n.
Bourbon, Henri de, duke of Verneuil, French ambassador extraordinary to England, mission referred to, 18.
Braakel, Braxel, Capt. Jean van, forces boom, in Medway, 170, 171n.
-, Kievet flees to, 67; paper on French claims to, handed to emperor, 125; threatened by France, 146; congress at Breda will not save, 152.
-, Dutch concerned in French designs on, 152; Dutch wish peace to secure, 156; Dutch try to dissuade Louis from attacking, 159; Estrades informs States of reasons for attack on, 160–1.
-, Spaniards expecting English troops for defence of, 166; danger to England if French established in, id.
-, Dutch garrison fortresses on frontiers of, 173.
Bracamonte, Gaspard de, count of Peñaranda, Pegnoranda, Pignoranda:
-, pretext for delaying negotiations, 55; says Portuguese will be foolish not to accept English offers, 154.
-, minister to treat with Sandwich, 58, 186, 195; present at Sandwich's exposition to Junta, 95.
-, remonstrates with Sandwich about treatment of Catholics, 123; complains of capture of Spanish ship, 253n.
-, talk of going to frontier, 197; amusing encounter with Gascoign, 278.
Braganza, House of, quarrels of, continue, 193; quarrels delay visit of Godolphin, 196; resolutions not received at Madrid, 208.
-, duke of. See Alfonso VI, king of Portugal.
Brahe, Nicholas, Swedish ambassador in England:
-, affray at entry of, 274n.
Brancaccio, Stefano, bishop of Adrianople, papal nuncio at Florence:
-, calls on Gascoigne, has no dealings with Finch, 30; leaves affair of English chaplain to successor, 69.
Brandenburg [German Empire]:
-, Castel Rodrigo represents union with as easy, 200.
-, margrave of. See Frederick William.
Brandt, Friedrich, minister of Brandenburg in England:
-, offers mediation, 159.
-, Charles wishes to go to Breda, 159n.
Braxel. See Braakel.
Breda [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, chosen for peace conference, 146, 154; letters of Charles to States about, 147, 153.
-, French accept but do not altogether like, 147; French deputies for, 148; Court in to go post to, 149.
-, States send to prepare quarters at, 149; decision not to entertain deputies at, 150; Dutch hasten deputies to, 156, 159; Dona leaves for, 164; Coyet dies at, 168n.
-, measures to prevent disputes about precedence at, 150–1.
-, fear of French will hasten proceedings at, 152; choice of deputies for, 153, 157–8.
-, Estrades leaves for Hague, 160; Estrades returns to, 161.
-, English ambassadors arrive at, 161.
-, conference at, English claims, 165, 168; Dutch surmounting numerous difficulties at, 168.
-, Renswoude speaks hopefully of negotiations at, 166; Medway raid and, 171; business resumed at, 174; articles agreed and referred to London, 174; Coventry back at, 176; peace signed at, 177.
-, foreign ministers leave, for Hague, 177; Courtin and Estrades return to, for ratification, 180.
Breda, peace of:
-, ratification of, 179, 180; expected completion, 181; rejoicings over, 182.
-, Coventry charged with missing advantages in, 194; unlikely to last long, 201.
-, different policy in England after, 200; claims of English to St. Kitts by, 300, 304, 306, 314.
Bremen, Brem, Germany:
-, Swedish designs against, 51; Konigsmarck returning for siege of, 95.
-, proposed alliance to defend, 51; Denmark and Dutch regard attack on unfavourably, 95, 109.
-, settlement with Sweden, 110; Sweden discussing attack on, 161.
-, Spanish troops withdrawn from, for defence of Flanders, 325.
Bressenon, prince of, opposition over bishopric of Trent, 223.
Brest [Finistère, France]:
-, Beaufort ordered to leave, 75; French fleet at, 172.
-, Beaufort ordered back to, 76, 79; Beaufort sails for, 82–3; fleet reaches safely, 87.
Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, lord chief justice of the Common Pleas:
-, appointed Lord Keeper on Clarendon's fall, 185; unable to see Marchesini because of gout, 226; Mocenigo's memorial referred to, 289; Trevor confers with about memorial, they agree to advise king to help, 297.
-, Mocenigo waiting to tackle, 298, 301; Mocenigo calls on, says powers should unite for Candia, 307; Mocenigo asks to support cause in Council, 310.
Brielle [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 46n.
Bristol, co. Gloucester:
-, ship of captured, 127n, 140.
-, English fleet sighted off, 1; sea fight off, 6.
-, English squadron bound for, 7; troops of, sent to coast, 73.
-, Beaufort arriving in, 52; French fleet shows itself off, 79; French fleet cruising off, 163.
-, representations from, about difficulty of paying taxes, 103.
-, governor of. See Porte, Armand Charles de la, duke Mazarin.
Brosses, Brosse, Francois de, Dutch secretary at the Porte:
-, dispensed from need to go to Adrianople, 44; Venice asks for orders to, to prevent ships serving Turks, 85; back in Holland, robbed on the way, 327.
Bruges [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium]:
-, suggested for peace congress, 109; ships of, taking goods to England, to be attacked, 130; Dutch demand as pledge for help, 199.
Brunswick, Bransuich Luneburg [German Empire]:
-, assistance for Candia from, 239, 262, 265, 283.
-, troops of:
-,-, shipping and provision for, 262, 270; Marchesini busy over embarking, 298, 311; Dutch permission for, 302; disbanding of, 303; Marchesini going for despatch of, 315–7; to march overland, 317.
-, dukes of. See Ernest Augustus; George William; John Frederick.
Brussels [Belgium]: 172, 325.
-, news from, 133.
-, riot at, against Dutch resident, 32; plague at, lack of precautions, 232, 241, 249.
-, Orange expected to winter at, 87; Lisola travels to England via, 94n, 106; Mocenigo obliged to seek help from merchants of, 241.
Buat, Sieur de. See Culan, Henry de Fleury de.
Buckingham, duke of. See Villiers, George.
-, Sandwich proposing to go and see, 182.
Buona speranza, merchantman:
-, English asked to renounce claims about, 162.
Butler, James, duke of Ormonde, lord lieutenant of Ireland.
-, ceremony with ambassadors, 295, 308; high in Council, great ability, 307; efforts for Clarendon's return, 313.
-, Mocenigo calls on and gets assurances, 307.