Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.
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Baghdad, Babylon, [Mesopotamia] :
besieged by Turks, 498.
Baglioni, Malatesta, bishop of Pesaro, papal nuncio in Germany :
claims to be heard in any Palatine settlement, 10, 37.
Bavaria assures will not give any satisfaction to England, 79.
proposes an armistice, 254, 270.
Bagshot, co. Surrey :
King stays at, 26, 59n.
despatches dated at, 81, 83.
bailo. See ambassadors, Venetian, at the Porte.
Ballarino, Giovanni Battista, Venetian Secretary in Germany, 51 :
despatches to the Senate, 10, 17, 22, 26, 34, 43, 65, 78, 93, 98, 101, 117, 132, 191, 253, 268, 320.
goes to Linz to see Arundel and Rabata, 22
-, confers with Arundel at Freystadt, 34, 35
-, should get Radolti to call on Correr, 131
-, may throw light on Taylor, 238.
Ballarino, (), secretary to the Collegio, 514.
Balthasar, son of Philip IV, Infant of Spain :
proposed marriage to Princess Mary, 410, 424, 469, 472, 481, 543, 548, 549, 598, 599, 604.
Baltic Sea :
Denmark aspires to supremacy over, 115, 135, 136, 159, 360
-, jealous of Polish ships in, 351.
Poland makes arrangement with Spain about, 429
-, Anglo Danish alliance for trade in, 569.
Baner, Banier, John, Swedish general :
abandons Torgau, escapes toils of Gallas, 252n
-, withdraws to winter quarters, 364.
ready to take field, 422, 429.
defeats imperialists and takes Pirna, 556n.
Prince Maurice goes to serve under, 597.
Bankes, Sir John, Attorney General :
arguments in ship money case, 332, 338
-, considered feeble, 353
-, Hutton and Croke refute, 409.
Bar [Meuse-Vosges, France] duchy of :
England willing for France to keep, 236.
Barbarigo, Zuanne, Savio alla Mercanzia, 483.
Barbary, Africa, 332 :
Pennington sent to coasts of, against pirates, 116.
naval expedition of Rainsborough against, 252.
Turkish pirates captured off, 256
-, Venetians capture ships of, at Valona, 456.
Dutch ship from, 446. Bailo arrested as concession to, 470.
Venetian action against pirates of a boon to Christendom, 474, 476
-, increasing Turkish resentment about, 476, 480, 488
-, Giustinian informs king about reply, 485.
Crow to render every assistance in case of, 478, 524
-, Fielding offers congratulations on victory over, 514.
Christendom would take up cause of Venice against, 544
-, question settled between Venice and Turks, 573.
squadron of captures four English ships from Malaga, 599.
- See also Algiers
Barberini, Cardinal Francesco :
despatches of Conn to, 39n, 70n, 507n
-, despatch of Rossetti to, 570n.
orders Panzani to stay on, 69
-, present from to queen, 69, 70, 572
-, regrets offence given to Venice over eulogy, 149
-, communication to nuncio at Venice, 521
-, Rossetti offers compliments to king, 570.
Barchelei. See Berkeley.
Barker, Captain :
sent to raise English troops for Flanders, 385.
Barons Wars :
caused by disputes over royal forests, 300.
Barre, M. de la, commis of Chavigny :
orders seizure of English ships and goods, 329n.
Barrett, Edward, lord Newburgh :
letters to Middlesex, 436n, 577n.
Basadonna, Alessandro, Savio alla Mercanzia, 564.
Basel [Switzerland] :
Fleming sets out for, 580.
Basford, Basfort, John, courier :
brings letters from Fielding, 137n, 165
-, returning with despatches, 181, 195, 197.
Basha, the. See Beiramp, Grand Vizier of Turkey.
Basili, French friar of order of the Minimes :
negotiations in Spain fruitless, 249
-, French queen advises watch on, 260
-, stays on to treat with Chevreuse, 357
-, has no important business, 358
-, conjectures about, 405.
Bassi, Iseppo, courier, 166.
Bastangi, Bustanghi, Pasha :
Crow has dispute with, 466
-, Wyche remonstrates with about arrest of Bailo, 544.
Bastwick, John physician :
punished for libelling Laud, 242, 304.
-, See Brandeis
-, Ray sur Saone
-, James, secretary of the earl of Leicester :
sent to England, 79, 84
-, sent back to Paris, 86
-, action at dispute with Swedish ambassador, 160n
-, brings word of ratification of treaty, 229, 233
-, sent back with approval, 230
-, arrives at Paris, 240.
Bavaria, house of :
Arundel to resist confirmation of electoral vote to, 21.
-, duchess of. See Maria Anna, daughter of Ferdinand II.
-, duke of. See Maximilian I.
-, prince of. See Ferdinand Maria.
Bavay, Nave in Hainault [Nord, France] :
duke of Candales advances to, 254.
Bayning, Paul viscount, of Bentley Hall, Essex, 501n.
-, -, Penelope, widow of :
expected marriage to Lord Fielding, 501
-, marries Philip lord Herbert, 516n
-, Fielding returned to marry, 542n.
Bayonne [Basses Pyrnes, France] :
despatch dated at, 415.
headquarters of French fleet, 458.
Bearn, France :
Grammont goes to, to raise money, 415.
Bec, Rn du II, marquis de Vardes, Governor of la Capelle, Baron du Bech :
condemned to death, takes refuge in England, 67.
beer, 299 :
price raised, 167.
Beiramp, Grand Vizier of Turkey the Basha, Pasha :
promises equal treatment in matter of duties, 250
-, objects to reduction of duties to English, 409
-, overruled by Sultan, 431.
Belaw, Henry, Danish envoy to England :
arrival, conjectures about objects, 219
-, ostensible and real objects, 222, 223
-, fleet to sail before return, 227, 228
-, claims old debts due to Denmark, 235
-, reply to, leaving, 236.
Belgrade, Belgrado [Jugo Slavia], 330 :
proposed transfer of English trade to, from Ragusa, 132.
Bellefourire, Maximilian de, seigneur d' Ittre et de Soyecourt, Sieur de Socurt, Governor of Corbie and Lieutenant General of Picardy :
condemned to death, takes refuge in England, 67.
Bellievre, Believre, Pompone de, French ambassador extraordinary to the Princes of Italy :
expected as successor of Pougny, 135
-, not expected soon, 251.
-, -, French ambassador extraordinary in England :
leaves for London, 255, 308
-, expected to bring treaty signed, 266, 309.
bad crossing, expected at Court, 319
-, in London incog., 325
-, Correr sees, 326.
public entry, 333
-, first public audience honours, 338
-, first private audience, about Pearl, 342.
despatches quoted, 403n, 411n, 469n, 472n, 489n.
urges Vosberghen to cross, 365.
efforts to settle naval disputes, 373
-, king's response to, 373
-, reports Pearl settlement, 380, 385.
king remonstrates with about treatment of Palatine, 380
-, urges king to send to Hamburg, 385, 390
-, suggests Leicester, 390.
likely to oppose levies for Spaniards, 385, 386
-, remonstrated about convoy of powder, 421, 459.
sees Chevreuse privately, 408
-, asks for wife to sit before queen, 414, 420, 421
-, queen reasons with, 421.
believes Spaniards encouraging Scots, 418.
denied queen's coach, 422, 428
-, obtains leave to export powder, but too dear, 429, 459.
king shows Roe's letters to, 441
-, introduces Varenne, 449n.
tries to get Chevreuse to return, 446
-, king speaks to for reconciliation of queen mother, 457.
remonstrates at seizure of ship from New France, 471
-, threatens reprisals, 472.
pays respects to queen mother, 471
-, disgust at reception of La Valette, 477.
response to suggestion of help for Palatine, 473
-, instructions to, about, 478.
assurances to about Brussels negotiations, 478.
king urges exchange of Casimir for Rupert upon, 479
-, reply to, 481.
confers with king about queen mother's return, 480, 481
-, points out speciousness of Spanish marriage proposals, 481
-, remonstrates about negotiations at Brussels, 489, 494.
gets warships to escort Lopez, 484.
despatches quoted, 563n, 595n, 598n.
has permission to raise levies for Irish regiments, 488
-, arrangements for, 489n
-, gets extension of time for, 541.
offers employment to Douglas, 490
-, obtains leave for English levies, 521.
Richelieu sends for, to consult, 493, 496
-, countermanded, 495.
efforts to get queen mother to go to Florence, 497
-, speaks slightingly of her manifesto, 499.
king moves to get Saxe Weimar to attack Bavaria, 498.
preparing to follow Court, 499, 533
-, asks for La Valette to be sent away, 506.
tries to stop Jermyn's mission about queen mother, 506
-, queen tells opinion about treatment of mother, 521.
report on de Tresson's mision, 507n
-, repudiates idea that French fomenting Scots, 512
-, not wanted to follow Court, 533, 536.
urges return of Leicester to France, 525.
opposes English ships taking Spanish troops to Flanders, 525
-, reply to, 537, 539, 540
-, efforts to prevent fleet escorting, 541.
Windebank calls a spy, 533n
-, speaks slightingly of Windebank, 598n.
points out deceitfulness of Spanish offers, 541
-, not convinced by explanation of Brussels negotiations, 548.
gives up hope of Scottish levies, 547.
suspicious of Chevreuse's dealings with Cardenas, 551
-, opposes English ships taking money from Spain to Flanders, 562
-, Chevreuse tries to allay suspicions, 560.
efforts to prevent separate negotiations about Palatine, 551
-, supports Palatine's demand for help, 560, 571.
Charles expresses resentment to, about search of ships, 559
-, reply, 560.
form of addressing Palatine, 565
-, Aerssens trys to get parity from, 600, 603.
sounded about Palatine having Weimar's army, 566
-, informs Bullion of Palatine's journey, 589.
fears queen mother may return to France, 566
-, dismayed at king receiving Cardenas, 577.
tries to move Charles from neutrality, 567
-, remonstrates against help to Spaniards, 574.
king demands account from Taylor to satisfy, 576
-, tries to discredit Spanish marriage proposals, 592.
urges dismissal of Oquendo's fleet, 581
-, tries to cool king's resentment against Dutch, 587, 589.
tries to mollify king about Palatine's arrest, 598
-, complains of Fleming's offices with Swiss against France, 602.
-, -, wife of. See Bullion, Maria de.
Bembo, Bernardo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 133.
Benavides, Christofforo de, sometime Spanish ambassador at Venice, proposal to send ambassador to England, 285.
Benck. See Pentz.
Bentley Hall, co. Essex, 501n.
Beresford, Berisford, Richard, English merchant :
ship of, sailing for Italy, 348.
Berg, Henry Count of, Count Henry de Bergh :
revolt of, 427.
Bergamo [Prov. Bergamo, Italy] :
Rectors of, 482.
Berkeley, John, English envoy to Sweden :
sent with news of decision about Palatine, 142
-, takes letters from Palatine id.
-, to sound ministers about marriage with Palatine and propose alliance, 147.
-, Sir Robert, justice of the King's Bench :
judgment in Hampden case, 370, 376.
Berkeley, Barchelei, William :
mission to queen mother, 459, 467.
Bernard, duke. See Saxe Weimar, duke Bernard of.
Bertie, Montague, lord Willoughby of Eresby :
commands regiment to guard king's person, 544.
Bertie, Peregrine, lord Willoughby d' Eresby :
mission to Denmark in 1582, 159n.
-, Robert, first earl of Lindsey, Lince, 544.
Berwick on Tweed, Varvich :
Hamilton at, 426n.
-, plan to strengthen abandoned, 469
-, decision to strengthen defences, 494
-, Astley fears provoking Scots by fortifying, 500.
fear of attack on, 524
-, provision for defence, 533.
Scots advance on, 535, but withdraw id.
-, Scots send army towards, 539.
King preparing to march on, 543
-, king orders Scots to keep 12 miles from, 548.
King remains at, 558
-, king leaves for Theobalds, 563
-, defences improved, 570.
Besancon, Bisenzone [Doubs, France] :
duke of Lorraine retreats to, 247.
Bethune, Margaret de, duchess of Rohan, Madam de Rohan :
Leicester approaches about marriage of daughter to Palatine, 428.
Beveren, Cornelis van, Dutch ambassador extraordinary in England :
difficulties in negotiations, 1
-, prudent conduct, 8
-, laments English hostility, 14, 24.
protests against seizure of Black Bull, 6n, 7n, 8, 21, 24, 32.
Bouillon visits, 9
-, reports England' s determination for maritime supremacy and leaning to Spain, 19.
gets fleet against fishermen stayed, remonstrates against transport of money to Flanders, 32
-, promise to broken, 36, 52.
asks Correr for advices from Germany, 33
-, protests against hostile measures and threatens, 37, 52
-, no attention paid to, 53.
works in conjunction with French ambassadors, 60
-, reports English harshness due to ministers, not king, 62.
reports that Palatine feels sure of support, 86
-, Palatine speaks hopefully to, 94.
criticism of invitation to join Anglo French alliance, 104
-, reports English ardour for alliance cooled, 108.
asks for leave to raise recruits, 109
-, refused, 123.
remonstrance to Prince Palatine, 109, 110
-, matter discussed in Council, 112.
remonstrance on new duties exacted on goods, 113-115
-, reply to postponed, 119.
remonstrance about treatment in Anglo French alliance, 123
-, says Dutch will have independent representation at congress or none, 131.
laments unfriendly action of England, 123
-, asks for leave to return home, 124.
reports threats to fishermen if do not take licences, 129
-, proves falseness of reported misemployment of levies, 134.
repeats offer of Dutch contribution to alliance, 136
-, reports that England will not declare, 139.
can get nothing from Coke about triple alliance, 142
-, Charles tells that Dutch should take the field, 177.
reports active measures proposed in England, 151
-, reports cooling of interest in Palatine, 181.
appeals for help for Germany, 167
-, Council discusses, 173.
Palatine consults about employment of forces, 176
-, reports king's wish for Dutch help for Palatine, 192.
urges conference with Hesse, 183
-, wants nobleman to go with Palatine as ambassador, 230.
report on employment of fleet, 205.
king's assurances to, about French treaty, 215, 216
-, leaves Correr in dark about treaty, 230.
taking leave 238, 240, 248
-, withdraws request, 241
-, ordered to go home, 245.
silent about fisheries, 248
-, king receives very graciously at farewell, 249
-, exceptional honours, 251, 323.
Council alarmed at departure, 249
-, Court displeased at removal, 251.
Biscay, Biscayans. See Vizcaya.
Bisenzone. See Besancon.
bishops, for Catholics in England :
king consents to, 69.
Panzani stays on for decision about, 119
-, pope decides against 120.
Catholics divided about, Panzani's negotiations, 301, 302.
-, - See also Bishop. William and Smith, Richard, bishops of Chalcedon.
bishops, Anglican, 319 :
offered cardinalate as price of conversion, 150.
Puritans among, 300
-, Puritan attacks on, 300.
concession to Panzani about oath, 302
-, eleven ready to carry reunion, 303.
mischief caused by hasty action against Puritans, 305
-, favour use of force against Scots, 596.
-, of Scotland :
maltreated in Scotland, 350
-, Scottish towns which maltreated exempted from pardon, 387.
return to London, 397
-, to be expelled, 400
-, lamentations of, 403.
Charles insists on retaining 407
-, synod will abolish, 464
-, Scots call upon to answer charges, 479.
king's offer to Scots if will accept, 541
-, Scots determined not to have, 563, 565.
to be treated as accursed, 562
-, Scots expel perpetually, 574
-, Scots decree perpetual, exile for and grant pensions to, 578
-, Scots set up lower chamber in place of, 590.
Bishop, William, bishop of Chalcedon :
caused division among English Catholics, 301.
bisogni, Spanish soldiers called, 554.
Bizerta [Tunis, N. Africa] :
galleys of taken by Venetians, 446.
- See also Barbary.
Black Bull of Amsterdam :
taken by Northumberland, 6, 8, 21
-, Dutch recognise justice of capture, 7
-, Beveren protests about, 8, 14, 21, 24, 32
-, hope of restitution, 21.
Blake, Robert, English merchant, English agent in Morocco, 327 :
king gives gold chain to, 400.
Blanchefort de Crquy, Charles de, prince of Poix, marshal of France, duke of Crequy, Crichi :
quarrels with duke of Savoy, 279
-, accused of poisoning duke, 318n.
killed at siege of Bremo, 398n.
Blois [Loire et Cher, France] :
Monsieur retires to, 107n.
Blom, Michael de, Blondi, Swedish agent in England :
sent to ask for help, 403.
Blount, Anne, countess of Newport, Nieuport :
conversion to Catholicism, 319, 324, 355, 359.
-, Mountjoy, earl of Newport :
annoyed at wifes conversion, 319.
Boetzelaer, Gideon van, lord of Langerach, Dutch ambassador in France :
Lier replacing 14n.
crown offered by Barons to Palatine, 305.
-, king of. See Frederick V, elector Palatine.
-, queen of. See Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, Princess Palatine.
Boispill, M. :
sent with abb du Dorat to fetch Chevreuse, 493.
Bokem. See Erskine, John, earl of Buchan.
Boldu, Antonio, Marc Antonio :
charged with conspiracy against Hyde, 449451, 528, 529
-, sent to Corfu, 508, 529-532.
appointed to help Hyde, 528
-, proceedings against, 528, 529.
excluded from Zante and Cephalonia, 546.
Bolognese, Italy, 166.
Bolognetti, Giovanni, bishop of Ascoli. papal nuncio in France :
proposes truce, 270
-, honours entry of Correr, 358.
dispute about precedence with English ambassadors, 358
-, says too much to ask guarantees for counts and cities of empire, 465
-, informs king of choice ' of nuncios extraordinary, 521.
Bon. See Boni.
Bonaventure, king's ship :
in commission for winter, 63n
-, to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n
-, sent to fetch Chevreuse, 353n, 357, 385n, 396
-, at Corunna awaiting orders, 363
-, brings Chevreuse, 404
-, to take Cerralbo to Dunkirk, 407n
-, Palatine crosses in, 584n.
Bonaventure, San Bonaventura, merchantman :
sails for Venice, 488.
Boni, Buoni, Bon, Francesco de' :
Fielding takes exception to arrest of, 137, 164
-, Fielding to demand release, 171
-, demand for surrender to Fielding, 179, 180, 200
-, surrender conceded, 205, 206, 211, 218
-, trifling nature of offence, 179
-, sentence against, 200.
Fielding's further office upon, 200-204
-, asked Fielding for asylum, 200
-, promised to leave if proclaimed, 203
-, officials who arrested to be punished, 205, 206
-, official account of arrest, 210, 211
-, king thanks for release, 225.
Bonica. See Ponickau.
book, of Graswinckle against Mare Clausum :
Venice wants revised, 414, 431
-, Graswinckle's promise to Venice, 517.
of Graswinckle on Savoy's claims, 519, 543 :
Venice asked to return MS., 437, 517.
published by Scots justifying action :
suppressed by king, 459.
See also "Coal from the Altar"
-, "Holy Table, name and thing"
-, "Mare Clauswm"
Bordeaux [Gironde, France] :
English goods seized at, 329n.
-, archbishop of. See Sourdis, Henry d' Escoubleau de.
Bordet. See Burdet.
Boswell, Bosuel, William, English Agent in the Netherlands :
despatch quoted, 413n.
surprised Dutch do not try to settle fisheries question, 50
-, argues that protection worth more than tax on fishermen, 79, 80
-, suggests commission to adjust question of toll on fishermen, 98.
grieved that Dutch contemplate rupture, 124
-, asks Dutch to assist alliance, 151
-, Dutch think useless to answer, 158.
reports book of Pontanus against "Mare Clausum," 190n.
letters to Fielding, 214n, 237n
-, letter to Wentworth, 400n.
to give Dutch assurances about fishermen, 237.
asks Assembly to send to diet, 240
-, can get no reply to Palatine's proposals, 265, 268.
possible instructions to congress at Hague, 251
-, to be ready for congress, 281
-, more positive instructions for, 309.
meets commissioners about French treaty, 264.
to bluster about congress and fisheries, 319
-, reports Rey's offices about Danzig, 343
-, revives English pretensions to Indies, 507.
asks Dutch to forbid trade with Scots, 547
-, Princess Palatine sends to ask help, 556
-, Dutch complain to of encouragement to Spaniards, 555, 556.
Botillier, Bottiglier. See Bouthillier, Leon.
Bouillon. See Bullion.
Bouillon, duke of. See Tour d' Auvergne, Frederick Maurice de la.
Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France] :
Tromp watching for Oquendo off, 554.
Bourbon, Anne widow of Charles de, countess of Soissons :
English ambassadors give title of Highness to, 325.
Bourbon, Louis de, count of Soissons :
takes Corbie, 100n
-, takes refuge at Sedan, 107
-, expected appearance in England, 109.
Charles displeased at trouble caused by, 123
-, ugly aspect of troubles with, 130
-, English attach importance to, 238.
Spaniards approach in vain, 243
-, accommodation with, 252, 254.
proposed coalition against France with, 277
-, English ambassadors give title of Highness to, 325
-, fresh negotiations for return to France, 513.
Bourbon, Marie de, Princess de Carignan, wife of Prince Tomaso, of Savoy :
English ship wanted, to take to Dunkirk, 60n.
Bourbon-Conde, Anne de, daughter of the Prince of Cond, Mlle, de Bourbon :
suggested as wife for king of Poland, 79, 90
-, Zawadski takes away portrait of, 107.
Bourbon Cond, Henry II, Prince of, Prince of Cond :
English ambassadors give title of Highness to, 325
-, Giustinian advised to get guard from, 415.
Bouthillier, Bottiglier, Leon, count of Chavigny, Savigny, Savigni, Savigne, the younger Botillier, French Secretary of State :
despatches to, 60n, 403n, 507n, 598n.
English ambassadors discuss peace with, 14
-, commissioner to treat with Leicester, 22
-, Leicester treats with about Palatinate, 64.
Leicester waiting to hear from about reprisals, 36
-, reply to Leicester about Pearl, 48
-, assurances to Leicester about trade agreement, 71.
French ambassadors complain to, of being kept in dark, 67.
orders arrest of English ships and goods, 329n
-, treating with English ambassadors about reprisals, 355
-, awav from Paris, 358.
says guarantees will be required for electors, 465.
visits Palatine and extends accommodation, 596
-, visits Prince with Leicester and Windebank, 601.
Boyle, Richard, viscount Dungarvan, Dangarvan :
conducts Giustinian to public entry, 472.
Braccamonte, Don Gasparo, Spanish ambassador designate to England, 390, 407.
Bradford [co. Wilts] :
despatches dated at, 46, 48, 53, 56.
Court hurries to, to escape plague, 44.
Bramston, Sir John, chief Justice of the King's Bench :
to give judgment on ship money case in June, 410, 419
-, expected to pronounce for people, 425
-, decides for king, 426.
Brandeis [Bohemia] :
Baner defeats imperialists at,556n.
Brandenburg, Germany :
to bear losses from Swedish forces, 314
-, troops quartered in, 373
-, margrave of, elector of. See George William.
Brandestein, Count :
sent to Vienna and Saxony with peace proposals, 194.
Brasset, , French secretary at the Hague :
suggests sending Cracouw to Hamburg, 268.
Brazil, S. America :
Irish regiments for service in, 363n.
Brechin [co. Forfar, Scotland] :
bishop chased out of church, 350n.
-, bishop of. See Whitford, Walter.
Breda [Prov. North Brabant, Netherlands], 281, 288 :
Orange lays siege to 251, 252n, 254
-, Cardinal Infant unable to save, 255, 267
-, Orange presses siege, 267
-, Charles informed of surrender, 287
-, capture of, 289
-, Charnass killed at siege, 332n.
Breisach, Brissac, Brissach, Brisach, Brisac [Baden, Germany] :
letter from, 580.
Weerdt expects Lorraine and Mercy at, 267.
fall likely to lead to peace between France and Austria, 479
-, Charles tries to prevent surrender to French, 486.
English satisfaction at fall of, 488
-, Weimar disinclined to let French have control of, 512.
Palatine wants uncle's help about, 565
-, Palatine hopes to obtain, 575
-, Palatine going to, 584, 588.
position not clear, 578.
Breme. See Bremo.
Bremen [Germany] :
Denmark wants assurance that Palatine's forces will not land near, 222, 223
-, emperor proposes to take bishopric from Denmark, 429.
-, bishop of. See Frederick, prince of Denmark.
Bremo, Breme, [on the Po, Milanese, Italy] :
taken by Leganes, 398.
Brz, marquis of. See Maill, Urbain de.
the real crime of del la Nave, 165, 169
-, English do not consider heinous, 165, 166, 169
-, best way of doing business at English Court, 577.
Brielle, Brill [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands] :
Arundel leaves for, 118.
Brisac, Brisach, Brissac, Brissach. See Breisach.
Bristol, co. Gloucester :
merchants of notified of appointment of Symonds, 402n.
Bristol, earl of. See Digby, John.
Britanny, France :
couriers sent to stop duchess of Chevreuse, 272
-, offered to king for naval help, 277
-, fleet sent to, 375.
Broadstairs, co. Kent :
French prizes taken into, 23n.
Bromfield, Edward, Lord Mayor of London :
Gatwood's suit against Persian referred to, 34
-, decision of, 39
-, ordered to arrest Gatwood, 40.
Brooke, baron. See Greville, Robert.
Brown, William, master of the Royal Exchange :
brings men and money from Spain to Plymouth, 574.
in Virginia, 304
-, withdraw to New England, 305.
Bruc, Bruch, viscount. See Greville, Robert, baron Brooke.
Bruce, Sir Henry :
to command Irish at Carlisle, 550.
Brumel, John, Englishman at Zante :
statement on wounding of English consul, 415.
Brunovo, Gasparo, called Tre Corone, Muranese glass worker :
offers to teach art in England, engagement to Mansell, 391.
Bruslon, Count of, Master of the Ceremonies, 511 :
intervenes in dispute between English and Swedish ambassadors, 160n
-, says Palatines must not cover before king, 366.
Brussels [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], 6n, 457, 490, 512 :
news from, 254, 363, 374, 559, 596.
English dislike Zawadski going to, 3.
Piccolomini expected at, 243
-, Pesieux sent to Prince Tomaso at, 356.
loss of Landrecies would open way to, 243.
Oate proposes sending ambassadors to, about Palatinate, 290.
letter invented at, 354
-, Palatine said to be treating at, 461.
Chevreuse going to, 469.
Charles contemplates opening negotiations at, 473, 493
-, Charles informs of wrath with Cardenas, 477.
reported negotiations at, denied, 489, 502
-, Taylor going to, 508, his orders, 517.
Spanish complaints of English at, 507.
Dutch opening negotiations with Spaniards at, 516.
burgomaster of, Amman. See Ee, Jean Francois van der.
proposed conference at :
Leicester sure arranged with king's co-operation, 494
-, John Louis of Nassau going to, 522
-, Taylor went to start negotiations, 523.
emperor holds hand on English ambiguity about, 526
-, Correr tries to get definite pronouncement from Charles upon, 538.
disputes with French may lead to resumption, 540
-, Spaniards try for this, 541.
Cardenas insists on ambassador being sent to, 543
-, Austrians intent on dragging negotiations to, 553.
plenipotentiaries from emperor and Bavaria expected at, 552
-, Charles denies that ever agreed to, 553
-, assurances to Correr about, 561.
Buchan, earl of. See Erskine, John.
Bucintoro, Venetian :
inscription in, to be restored, 394.
Buckingham, duchess of. See Villiers, Catherine.
-, duke of. See Villiers, George.
Bucquoi, count of. See Longueval, Charles Albert de.
Buglion, Buglione. See Bullion.
Bukom. See Erskine, John, earl of Buchan.
Bullion, Claude de, M. de Bouillon, Buglion, Buglione, Garde des Sceaux :
commissioner to treat with Leicester, 22
-, Leicester treats with about Palatinate, 64
-, Leicester proposes alliance to, 71.
treating with Leicester about alliance, 89
-, final proposals made to, 89.
advocates accepting any terms from England, 164
-, negotiates with English ambassadors, 174, 280.
illness delays treaty, 182.
treating with English ambassadors about reprisals, 355
-, suggestion of procedure, 358
-, told of Anstruther's appointment, 405.
ready to ask passports for Palatine, 465
-, orders arrest of Palatine, 589
-, informed king of journey, 591.
tells Correr of proposed exchange of Casimir for Rupert, 480.
Bullion, Marie de, wife of Pompone de Bellievre, French ambassador in England :
claims to sit in queen's presence, 414, 420
-, denied, 414, 421
-, forbidden to enter queen's coaches, 422, 428
-, absents herself from Court, 439.
Buoni. See Boni.
Burchoorn, J. :
publisher of queen mother's manifesto, 493n.
Burdet, Bordet, William, acting English consul at Zante :
murderous assault on, 414, 415, 451
-, Proveditore enjoined to deal with case, 425
-, maltreated because appealed to justice, 528.
Burgislaus XIV, duke of Pomerania :
Brandenburg claims to succeed, 337n.
Burgundy, House of, Duke of :
work at Gravelines contrary to agreements with, 224, 227.
Burgundy, county of [France] :
English rejoice at French successes in, 241
-, English offer restitution if Palatine restored, 532
-, Weimar's operations in, 562.
Burton, Henry :
punished for libelling Laud, 242, 304.
Bustanghi Pasha. See Bastangi.