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Pages 595-597

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 12, 1610-1613. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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D'Aerssens, Francois. See Aerssens.

D'Este, Luigi, second son of Cesare, Duke of Modena, in England, lodged in Venetian Embassy, 540,

mentioned to King, 547,

who receives him;

other honours for, 548, 554, 561,

takes his leave, 564;

Doge and Senate approve civility shown to, 572, 595;

letters to and from, 596, 597;

Venetian retainer for, 603, 677;

speaks well of Venice in France and Germany, 628;

to enter Venetian service, 720, 759.

-, Charles Philibert, Marchese di Lanz, his palace in Turin prepared for Sir Henry Wotton, 506,

meets him in Savoy, 515,

his palace furnished with the Duke of Savoy's tapestries, 522.

D'Orfè, Marchese, his expedition postponed, 385,

proposes to privateer against Turks, 394, 410.

“Da Petraso,” letter dated, 246.

“Dalle Vigne di Pera,” despatches dated, 33, 134, 157, 173, 184, 239, 240, 241, 251, 273, 307, 318, 333, 344, 368, 405, 435, 444, 445, 457, 458, 471, 482, 484, 504, 505, 507, 509, 521, 631, 670, 724, 735, 736, 823, 853.

Dalmatia, ship of, taken by pirates, 393;

Uscocks troublesome in, 617;

orders to Venetian Governor-General of, 851.

Damascs. See Trade.

Damascus, silk of, 724.

-, Archbishop of, Papal Nuncio in Spain, pleads cause of Duke of Savoy, 154, 200.

Damietta, Bey of, 823.

Dandolo, —–, Vice-Doge, 514.

Dantzig, Danzig, ships of taken by pirates, 281;

news from, 387;

trade of Sweden with, 567.

Dantziger, Dauncer, Captain Simon, to lead attack on pirates, from Marseilles, pp. xviii, xix, 59,

deceived by Bey of Algiers and slain, 156.

Dathenes, Dauthenes, Pierre, Secretary of State of the Elector Palatine, 503 note.

Dauncer. See Dantziger.

Dauthenes. See Dathenes, Pierre.

David, Father, a Jesuit, 85.

Davis, John, merchant, reprisals by, on Spanish, 590.

Davys, Sir John, King's Attorney, to be Speaker of the Irish House of Commons, 758.

De la Tour, Henri, Vicomte de Turenue, Duc de Bouillon, Maréchal de France, his claim to estates in Cleves, 11;

supports Sully against the Prince of Condé, re Cleves expedition, 21;

requests release of Andrew Melville, a prisoner in the Tower, for University of Sedan, 125,

his request granted, the Queen-Regent intervenes, 172;

intended visit of, to England, to forward suit of the Count Palatine, 192, 227;

promises his good offices to the Queen-Regent at Huguenot Assembly;

his quarrel with Sully, 254;

ill, 309;

proxy for King at the baptism of English Ambassador's child, 347;

the Huguenot Assembly dissolved on his representations, 352;

at Sedan for baptism of his child, 353;

supports suit of the Elector Palatine for the Princess Elizabeth p. xiii, 399,

coming to England to conclude the match, and as Ambassador of the Queen-Regent;

considered by the Huguenots as sold to Spain, 441;

nature of his mission to England, 446, 450, 451, 462, 472, 473;

the Queen-Regent led to suspect, 479;

sent in conjunction with Spain;

reason of his dispatch, 480, 490;

on his way, brother-in-law of the Count of Hanau, 491;

his departure delayed;

objects of his mission;

the Queen-Regent uses, to pacify Princes of the Blood, 494, 498;

he starts for England, his instructions, 501,

the French Ambassador to meet at Gravesend, 503;

he arrives;

his reception by the King, &c., 516,

his professions, to Foscarini, of the anti-Spanish policy of France, met by the instance of the Grisons, 520, 529, 539;

Spanish Ambassador has not visited, 524;

his discourse to King James, 529;

assists in discussion of dower, &c., of the Princess Elizabeth, on behalf of the Palatine, 529, 539;

Zuñiga anxious to avoid meeting, 538;

exact nature of his instructions from the Queen-Regent;

his skill and industry, in the discharge of his mission, please the King, &c., he departs, 539,

the Queen-Regent rewards, Huguenots distrust, 552, 560;

details of his negotiation in England, 568, 586, 609;

Zuñiga treated with less honour than, 570;

may visit England again, 578,

corresponds with King James, 591;

reconciled with the Huguenots, 626, 728;

brought his nephew the Palatine up, at Sedan, 680;

sends gentleman to condole on death of Prince of Wales, 728;

letters for, from the Palatine, 788;

consulted by the Queen-Regent, 847.

De la Warr, Lord. See West, Thomas.

Defterdar, the, 724.

Demetrius. See Pseudo-Demetrius II.

-, brother of the Czar, Basilewski, prisoner of Poles, 192.

Denmark:—

(1610), French policy towards, 5.

question of boundary between, and Sweden, 30, 34, 112.

King James regards Danish and Swedish interests as identical with his own, 132.

(1611), by the mediation of the Duke of Brunswick, the dispute as to frontiers between, and Sweden, to be arranged by Commissioners at Holstein;

the Swedish Commissioners fail to appear;

wrath of King Christian, 175.

war between, and Sweden, imminent;

claim to dues on shipping passing through, affects Dutch and Swedes;

Dutch efforts to secure peace, 181, 295;

English sympathy with Sweden, 186, 189, 192,

preparations on either side, 217, 227, 235;

war declared, the reasons, 238, 250.

progress of war between, and Sweden, 259, 271, 277, 283, 295, 310, 316, 335, 342, 353, 365, 372, 383, 417, 439, 497, 563, 567, 641, 672.

French unwilling to serve in cold climate of, 347.

design to make monarchy of, hereditary, 372, 373, 387, 409.

(1612), peace negotiations between, and Sweden, 728, 758,

successful 782, 783, 788, 789, 810, 817.

(1613), Swedish designs against, 765.

Spanish Agent on way to, 817, 833.

supported Spain formerly with naval material, 833.

shipping dues in Sound to be abolished by, 848.

- Grand Chancellor of. See Friis. Christian.

-, King of. See Christian IV.

-, Queen of. See Anne Catharin.

-, Queen-Dowager of. See Sophia.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, William.

Desenzano, on Lake Garda, p. xxx, 89, 98.

Deuxponts, Duke of. See Zweibrucken.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, his “Palace” prepared for the Palatine, 663.

Dewhurst, Captain, 12 note, 81 note.

Dictionarium Cœsaris Calderini,” 459.

Dieppe, route to England, via, 553.

Digby, Beatrice, wife of Sir John, accompanies her husband to Spain, 248, 269.

-, Sir John, afterwards Earl of Bristol, English Ambassador in Spain, delay in his appointment, 171 and note, 195 and note, arrives, 248 and note;

visited by Venetian Ambassador;

“of great prudence and ability,” “very rich,” 269;

reports interviews re marriage of the Infanta, 283, 296, 306, 315, p. viii,

trick put upon, he is offered one of the other Infantas, 333,

his instructions before and after, 352, 357, 370,

his recall imminent, 361,

his protests, 388,

narrates history of his negotiations to Venetian Ambassador in Spain, 390;

effect of his protest, 398;

substance of interview between, and Spanish Ministers, 427;

indignantly repudiates suggestion that King James would allow the Princess Elizabeth to change her religion to marry the King of Spain, 437,

Venetian disbelief in his assertions, 448;

in high favour at Madrid, 470;

reports Zuñiga's departure, 480;

asserts that the Pope is devising League, 538;

in communication with Florentine Secretary, 550;

his frank statements to Priuli, 647;

sends secretary to England with news of Spanish naval preparations, 732, 734, 740, 764;

reports complaints home by the Spanish Lieger in England, 741;

again rejects possibility of marriage of the Princess Elizabeth to King Philip, 766;

believes Turco-Dutch treaty to be purely commercial, 790;

opposes opening of Jesuit Seminary in Spain for English Catholics, 808;

reports nature of Spanish instructions re Mantua, 871.

Digges, Sir Dudley, and the North-West passage, 356 note.

Dingwall, Lord. See Preston, Sir Richard.

Distilled Waters, 259.

Djerbe, in Barbary, the Djerbe, 268, 372.

Doge, the. See Donato, Leonardo;

Memmo, Mare' Antonio.

-, Vice. See Dandolo;

Ruzzini.

Dogs, present of English, to the Prince of Brunswick, 3,

to the Ambassador of Brandenburg, 54,

to the Margrave of Brandenburg, 91,

to the Prince of Anhalt, 115.

Dominici, Domenico, Secretary to the Venetian Embassy in Rome, afterwards Venetian resident in Tuscany, the Grand Duke informs, of the death of the Prince of Wales, 719.

-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 349;

in Florence, 565, 573, 579, 580, 586, 593, 601, 605, 611, 618, 622, 633, 638, 648, 651, 660, 674, 675, 681, 689, 699, 712, 719, 722, 729, 760, 779, 814.

Donado, Francesco, Venetian Governor in Zante, negotiates release of Pasqualigo, 282;

Pindar's Secretary has letters for, 383.

-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 282, 297, 303, 313, 395, 406, 421, 512, 819.

Donato, Leonardo, Doge of Venice, expresses regrets at Wotton's recall, 103,

his farewell to him, 129;

letter to, from Pasqualigo, 298;

letter of thanks to, from King James, 350, 380;

his discourse on the value of English friendship, 407;

unwell, 514,

King James' regret, 547,

at his death, 612, 628.

-, Luigi, his regiment, 824.

Donauworth, demand touching, to Emperor, 361.

Doria, Carlo, his relations with Sir Robert Dudley, 263.

Dorp, Philip van der, Admiral of Holland, goes on embassy to Denmark, 302;

returns home with fleet, 540.

Dorset, earl of. See Sackville, Richard.

Dortrecht, Correr at, 292.

Dotto, Antonio, his case, 824 and note.

Dover, express from, 258;

Count Ruffia to land at, 361;

M. de Vitry's body at, 387;

Spanish infantry at, on way to Dunquerque, 442;

the Duke of Bouillon to be met at, 498;

Zuñiga met at, 578;

the Palatine arrives at, 671, 672, 680;

arrest at, 764.

-, Governor of. See Northampton, Earl of.

Dresden, House of Saxony assembles at, 136.

Drummond, Lady Jane, in attendance on Queen, death from plague in her household, 151;

approached by Duke of Savoy, 796.

Dudley, Sir Robert, styled Earl of Warwick, building ships for Grand Duke of Tuscany;

protecting English Catholics, pp. xxxvi, xxxvii, 56,

finishes galleon of own design, 97, 152,

its launch, 182, 246, 263, 384;

oversees defences and harbour works of Leghorn, 196, 208, 213;

Spanish overtures to, 263;

settles English pirates at Leghorn, 274;

building a galleasse, 436 or galearata, 573, 580;

negotiates Tuscan match for Prince of Wales, 483.

Dumont, Corps. Dip. cited in note to, 68, 631, 789.

Dunbar, Earl of. See Home, George.

Dunkerque, Dunquerque, Dutch dread of development of, 172;

Spanish infantry arriving at, 442, 446;

stronger naval force at, than in the Armada year, 764.

Durazzo, pirates protected in, by Turks, 314.

Durham, 164, 172, 189, 200, 202, 227.

-, Bishop of. See James, William.

Düsseldorf, Evangelical Union meets at, 11;

the “Possessioners” at, 30;

Baldwin at, 81 note;

Prince of Anhalt leaves, for England, 91;

French Ambassador leaves, 112;

Winwood goes to, 491;

Wotton at, 604;

Le Sieur visits, 720;

“Possessioners” at, in complete accord, 732;

Prince of Neuburg leaves, 765;

Elector Palatine returns via, 833,

with bride, 855.