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Index: D

Pages 553-555

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 10, 1603-1607. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.

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D'Alencourt, M. See Neufville.

D'Aremberg, Count. See Aremberg.

D'Artme. See Dartmouth.

D'Auvergne, M. See Auvergne.

D'Entragues,.M. See Balsac d'Entragues, Franois de.

D'Oloard.(?), Christoffalo (?), of Dartmouth (d'Armet), English captain of priva teer, deposition by, 51.

Dalle Vigne di Pera, despatches dated from, 13, 41, 74, 84, 85, 92, 103, 115, 126, 133, 173, 177, 178, 237, 252, 256, 262, 273, 283, 293, 322, 329, 342, 350, 437, 466, 470, 477, 485, 493, 508, 528, 567, 640, 649, 650, 657, 700, 712, 724.

Dalmatia, 299.

Damietta, Bey of, 152.

Dantzig, Ambassador from expected (1603) in England, 66;

Dutch dependent on, for bread stuff, 73;

Danish aggression against, English intervention sought, 251.

Danvers, Sir Henry, Lord Danvers of Dantsey, Coronation peerage, 105n;

at Salisbury, 164;

arrested, 238, cf. 242.

Dardanelles, 650.

Dartmouth (d'Artmet), privateer from, 51.

Daumbel, Thomas, owner of ship commanded by William Piers, the pirate, arrested, 72, 78.

Dauphin, the proposed match for. with Elizabeth (of Bohemia), 136;

plot against rights of, 235,

on ground of illegitimacy, 399;

proposed match with the Infanta, 638.

Dauphiny, 90.

Davis. See Ships.

Davis, Nevill (Nivel Daives), petitions Privy Council, 23.

Dedichere, Simon, 617.

Delali, , piracy by, 29.

Dempten, or Demstem (?), 52, 141.

Denari, 35.

Denmark (1603), return from, of English agent, 34.

- -, mission from, in England, returns home, 72.

- -, food supply of Dutch, derived from Dantzig, at mercy of Danes who controlled the Belt, 73.

- -, Ambassador from, attends Coronation of King James, 105;

lodged at Richmond, and boarded at English expense, 111;

present at banquet;

takes leave, 113.

-, (1604), aggression by, at expense of Hanse Towns;

English intervention sought, 251 and note, 278.

- -, arrival in England of King's brother, the Duke of Holstein, 295. See Ulric.

- -, trade between, and England, ancient privileges of the Danes unlikely to be revived, but Danish Ambassador to discuss, 427;

he departs dissatisfied, 433.

- -, question of the Orkneys raised by, 433, 739 (p. 519).

-, (1606), scheme for an alliance between Denmark, England, and German Princes, to support Venice against Pope, broached to King James, 617, 641.

- -, sketch of English relations with, 739 (p. 519).

-, See also Christian IV.

Denmark, Anne of. See Anne.

-, Ulric of. See Ulric.

Denny, Honora, daughter of Edward, Lord Denny, great niece of Lord Salisbury, married to James, Lord Hay, 665 and note.

Dervisch Pasha, Capudan, chosen Grand Vizier, 528;

slaughtered in the Seraglio, 640.

Devereux, Robert, second Earl of Essex, his accomplice, 22;

Queen's death due to her grief for, 32;

full details of nature and motives of his plot, 40;

his son received by King James, 40;

Raleigh and others concerned in his death in disfavour with King accordingly, 104;

former page of, turned pirate, 128;

his madness, 457.

-, -, third Earl of Essex, his reception, as boy, by James I., 40;

restored in blood, 214;

his marriage to Lord Suffolk's daughter, a device of Cecil's, 463.

Devon, Earl of. See Blount, Charles.

Diamond, Great, worn by James I., bought of Don Antonio, of Portugal, 66;

one presented to Lord Nottingham, 383.

Dieppe, 181;

passage from, to England, less dangerous than from Calais, 444, 453;

Venetian Ambassador detained at, 458,

leaves, 465.

-, despatch dated from, 458.

Dist, assigned to Spanish mutineers, 652.

Dobloons, 494.

Doctors' Commons, fire in, 190.

Days, killed, when plague appears, 66;

big fierce dogs to be bought by Venetian Ambassador in England, as present from Venetian Government to Turk, 694.

Dominicans, Jesuit controversy with de Auxiliis,505 and note.

Donall, Marquis of. See Huntly.

Donato, Leonardo, chosen Doge of Venice, 471, 484, 489.

Doncla, Marquis of. See Huntly.

Doria, Prince Andrea, 109.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville.

Dotto, Antonio, Signor, of Padua, case of, commended by James I. to Venetian Government, 169, 294, 304, 309, 315, 316, 344 and note, 524, 555, 565, 568, 587, 588, 594, 641.

Douglas, William, Earl of Angus, his action re the Union, 147.

Douglas alias Gray, Thomas, hanged for forging King's hand, 390 and note, 396.

Dover, vessels searched at (1603), 28;

French Ambassador arrives at, 81;

Ambassador from Wirtemberg arrives at, 97;

Venetian Ambassadors expected at, 141, 149, 151, 157;

Perez at (1604), 192;

Constable of Castille at, 259, 261,

departs from, 267, 274;

Flemish Ambassadors at (1605), 360;

brother of Grand Duke of Tuscany at, 373;

Spanish fleet destroyed by Dutch off, 385n, 391;

Spanish Ambassador at, 416;

Spanish troops and English recruits detained at, 426;

hurried departure from, of French Ambassador, 443, 445,

of Venetian Ambassador, 490.

-, despatch dated from, 151.

Downs, the, question whether a harbour, 348.

Drake, Sir Francis, Appendix III. (p. 531). Drummond, James, Earl of Perth, Spanish pension for, 393.

-, Jane, Lady, Spanish pension for, 267n.

Drunkenness, prevalent in England, 739 (p. 502).

Ducat, Venetian, value in exchange, 35, 43, 55 note, 147;

value of, in angels, 118;

silver, 145;

ducats and broad cloth, 309;

exchange value in scudi, 469, 524, 598, 619.

Duck shooting, 637.

Dunbar, Earl of. See Hume, George.

Dunquerque, truce (1603) for English shipping at, 34;

Archduke at, 39;

blockaded, 86;

(1604) mentioned, 251;

French designs on, 264;

outrage (1605) by men of, on Dutch ship carrying Ambassador of Lithuania to England, 345;

cutting out of Dutch prize from English harbour by men of, 345;

men of, lying in wait for Dutch prize, 352;

quarrel in Plymouth harbour between Dunquerquers and Dutch, 352;

King James' annoyance with, 357;

mentioned, 426, 436;

vessels of, sailing from English ports, attacked by Dutch, 660.

Duodo, Piero, Venetian Ambassador Extraordinary in England, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 149, 159, 160, 164, 166, 167, 169, 170, 171, 174.

-, -, mishaps on his journey to England, 149, 151, 157, 159, 160;

takes leave, on return, 169;

departs, 171.

Durazzo, 13, 577.

Durazzo, Vincenzo, Don, of Order of S. Salvatore, Venetian subject, his libel on Sir Henry Wotton, 552n.