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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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d'Aglie. See Agli.

d'Albert. See Albert.

Dalchif, Dalghiz. See Dalkeith.

Dalkeith, Dalchif, Dalghiz, co. Edinburgh, Scotland :

Hamilton sends first despatch from, 426
-, Scots capture, 524
-, Traquair arrested for surrendering, 533
-, royal insignia removed from to Edinburgh, 535.

Dalmatia, 330.

Dambi. See Danvers, Henry, earl of Danby.

Damvilliers, Danvilliers [Meuse, France] :

taken by Chatillon, 315.

Danby, earl of. See Danvers, Henry.

Danes. See Denmark.

Dangarvan. See Boyle, Richard, viscount Dungarvan.

d'Angennes. See Angennes.

Danvers, Henry, earl of Danby, Dambi, Annibi, knight of the garter :

letter of remonstrance to king, 110, 111
-, Council discusses, 112
-, many lords refuse payment after, 119
-, conducts Oate to audience, 416.

Danvilliers. See Damvilliers.

Danzig :

news from, 357, 360.

Gordon leaving for, 77
-, Polishambassador sails for, 279.

dues enforced by Poland at, 343
-, justified by secretary, 350
-, petition Denmark to intervene, 351, 357
-, ships granted and Polish ships captured off, 357, 360.

inform Denmark of Spanish Pole agreement about Baltic, 429.

Darmstadt, Darmstat, landgrave of. See George II, landgrave of Hesse Darmstadt.

d'Aspi. See Axpe, Don Martino d'.

Dauphin. See Louis son of Louis XIII.

Dauphin, France :

appanage of France's eldest son, 404.

d'Avaugour, d'Avancurt. See Avaugour.

d'Avaux, d'Avo. See Mesmes, Claude de, sieur d'Avaux.

Davenport, Sir Humphrey, chief baron of the exchequer :

to give judgment on ship money case in June, 410, 419.

Davis, Thomas, master of the Experience :

transports Spanish troops, intercepted by Tromp, 552, 553n
-, Spanish outcry against, 555.

Davison, Alexander, mayor of Newcastle on Tyne :

Roxburgh committed to custody of, 544n.

Davy, Jacques, Cardinal Du Perron, di Peron :

queen's almoner inspired by memory of, 150.

dead, prayers for :

Anglicans accept, 303.

debts :

left by James, 298
-, increased by Cadiz and Rochelle expeditions, 298
-, Turner sold as galley slave for, 368, 369.

Delfino, Proveditore :

Fielding's indebtedness to, 515.

Delft [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands] :

prince's infant son buried at, 603n.

Delight, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 452.

Denbigh, countess of. See Fielding, Susan.

-, earl of. See Fielding, William.

Denham, Sir John, baron of the Exchequer :

to give judgment in ship money case in June, 410, 419.

Denmark and Danes :

news from, 351.

1636 :

Avery sent to, 2
-, ambassadors at Vienna, Arundel to work with, 3
-, appeal to help Palatine, 142.

1637 :

English ask to co-operate, 151
-, dispute with about naval claims, 177
-, Spaniards foment English disputes with, 265.

in coalition to expel Swedes from Germany. 194
-, extensive warlike preparations in, 210.

fleet to sail before Belaw returns to, 228
-, Polish ambassador sails in ship of, 279
-, holding back from congress, 318.

1638 :

ships sent against Poles off Danzig, 357, 360, 429
-, Egmont travelling in, 430, 434.

1639 :

reasons for Roe's mission to, 484
-, negotiations for alliance, 567, 568
-, ambassador expected from, 512.

-, chancellor of. See Kaas, Nicholas.

-, king of. See Christian IV
-, Frederick II.

-, princes of. See Christian, prince of Denmark
-, Frederick son of Christian IV.

-, queen of. See Sophia of Mecklenburg.

Desire, of London :

captures Wolf of Medemblik, 446n.

d'Estampes. See Estampes.

d'Estrades. See Estrades.

Deventer, Dutch warship :

seized by English fleet, 561.

Devereux, Robert, third earl of Essex, earl of Exess :

king makes commander of cavalry, 479
-, made lieutenant general of royal army, 496
-, sent to defend Berwick, 524.

deputy to hear Scottish proposals, 541.

de Vic, Devich. See Vic, Henry de.

diamonds. See under jewels.

Diatrestain, Cardinal. See Dietrichstein.

Dieppe [Seine Inferieure, France] :

Conn embarks at, 39n
-, Scottish levies landed at, 312
-, courier robbed near, 351.

Maurice Wynne fetched from, 365n
-, Egmont sails from, 427
-, Giustinian sails from, 433, 434, 436.

Ludovic Stuart crosses to, 535n
-, Conn sails to, 572n
-, Prince Maurice taken to, 597n.

Tromp landed captured Spaniards at, 557.

diet :

English think should be prevented, 16.

ambassador from Venice for, 61.

Dietrichstein, Francis prince of, Cardinal, Cardinal Diatrestain :

protector of Germany, 88.

Digby, John, first earl of Bristol :

appointed to hear Scots' proposals, 541.

-, Sir Kenelm :

queen sends as agent to pope, 559.

dispensation papal for marriage to Infanta :

first step to Charles' relations with Rome, 303.

Dolce, Pietro :

goes to act as secretary to Michiel. 105.

Dolfin, Andrea, Savio alla Mercanzia, 439.

Donado, , Venetian Avogador :

Watts appeals to, 285, 286.

-, Giacomo, Proveditore of Cephalonia :

despatches of, 439, 475.

letter of Negrini to, 443.

tries and sentences Hyde, 439; on watch for Symonds, 475.

Donbarten. See Dumbarton.

Dorat, abb du, abb Dorad :

sent to fetch Chevreuse, 493, 495, 496.

Dorp, Philip van, Admiral of the Dutch fleet :

in disgrace for not protecting fishermen, 56, 85
-, resigns, 328.

Dorset, earl of. See Sackville, Edward.

d' Osa. See Hoces.

Douglas, Sir George, English ambassador in Poland :

reported marriage negotiations not serious, 348.

Douglas, Duglas, Colonel John :

Venetian desire for content of, 78
-, ready to proceed to Venice when wanted, 478, 525
-, offers to raise levy for Venice, 490.

offered engagement by Bellievre and Saxe Weimar, 490
-, wished to serve under Weimar, 562.

asks for extension of leave, 525
-, Venice desires return, 537
-, returning to Venice, 562.

-, Sir William, sheriff of Teviotdale :

commissioner to treat with king, 551n.

Dover, co. Kent, 490 :

news from, 574.

Bouillon lands at 9n
-, Aytona's son lands at, 25n.

Spanish money for Flanders seized at, 83.

Sarah sent into, 113n
-, Elizabeth Dorcas sailed from, 286
-, Fortune sails from, 561n.

present sent to Radolti at, 168
-, Egmont lands at, 427n
-, queen mother expected at, 456, 467, 468
-, Northumberland awaiting queen mother at, 463
-, and Finet, 464.

squadron kept off to prevent attack on Dunkirk, 521.

Spanish infantry landed at, 555
-, ship from for Dunkirk, 560.

Dutch attack Oquendo's fleet off, 573
-, hostile fleets off, 575
-, Tromp attacks at, 586.

Palatine sails from, 584n
-, Dutch carry off Spanish ships from, 589.

-, castle, lieutenant of. See Manwood, Sir John.

Downs, the, 333, 484, 552 :

news from, 23.

fleet returns to, 63, 70n, 94, 252, 271
-, fleet leaves, 73, 261
-, fleet idle in, 256, 282.

ships seized in, to pay new duties, 113
-, trade suffers from, 210.

merchantmen convoyed from to Dunkirk, 209.

Dutch fleet in, 328n
-, English fleet in, 458.

Sampson and London sail from, 466n
-, trade of coast towns from, 591.

squadron of fleet in for defence of Channel, 541.

Dutch warships seized and brought into, 561, 566.

Spanish and Dutch fleets in, 575
-, Spanish fleet takes refuge in, 576, 579n.

Palatine saluted bv fleets gathered in, 583.

battle of, 586
-, Tromp's account, 587, 588
-, king's indignation over, 593.

Pennington ordered to stay in,589.

-, castellan of the. See Manwood, Sir John, lieutenant of Dover castle.

Dreadnought, royal ship :

equipped but lacks captain, 60.

drought, exceptional, in England, 61.

du Chalart. See Chalart.

Dudley, Elizabeth, widow of Count Ernest Casimir of Levenstein, countess of Levestein :

brings letters from Princess Palatine to king, 419
-, urges help for Palatine, 422.

du Dorad. See Dorat, du.

duels :

Herbert challenged Luynes to, 363.

Duglas. See Douglas.

Dumbarton, Donbarten, co. Dumbarton, Scotland :

Scots capture, 524
-, soldiers sent to defend against surprise, 590.

Dunblane, co. Perth :

bishop of. See Wedderburn, James.

Dunfermline, earl of. See Seton, Charles.

Dungarvan, viscount. See Boyle, Richard.

Dungeness, co. Kent :

Providence captured by Dunkirkers off, 490n.

Dunkirk [Nord, France] :

news from, 507.

Spanish fleet going to, 23
-, Dutch fleet to go off, 56
-, Spanish fleet reaches, 70.

Victory takes Spanish money to, 59
-, English convoy merchantmen to, 209.

Princess of Carignan going to, 60n
-, Sarah, laded at, 113n.

Orange asks French for troops to attack, 204
-, Dutch renew blockade of, 209.

English convoy money to, 274, 389, 404, 415, 421
-, English ships take money to, 495.

Spanish fleet reaches with men and money, 348, 363, 374
-, fleet puts out and returns, 385.

despatches from Italy stopped at, port closed, 381
-, released by sailing of fleet, 388
-, fleet detained in, 390
-, sails, 395, 510.

ship to take Cerralbo to, 407
-, Providence carried off to, 490n, 501.

expected Franco Dutch attack on, 419
-, suspicion of French designs on, 510, 533.

English convoy munitions of war to, 425, 427
-, Oate paid for transport, 461.

fear of French attack on, 521
-, preoccupation with Scotland favours attack, 526.

Spaniards want to use English merchantmen to evade blockade of, 525.

French cannot attack without Dutch help, 525
-, threatened by French fleet, 547.

offers of Cardinal Infant designed to obtain protection for, 547
-, Cardinal Infant goes to to send help to Oquendo, 575.

Charles means to thwart French designs on, 547.

Spanish infantry sent to in English barques, 553, 555, 560
-, Joachimi stops English ships taking soldiers from fleet to, 579.

English soldiers cross to England from, with Spanish passports, 556.

Tromp attacks Spaniards off, 573
-, fleet's hope of help from fades, 577.

some ships escape from Spanish fleet to, 575, 578
-, sailors sent to fleet from, 584.

Spanish soldiers from fleet sent by driblets to, 582
-, Oquendo retreats to after defeat, 586
-, his flagship unable to enter and abandoned, 589.

Dutch complain of English transporting Spanish troops to, 588
-, beached ships get away to, 592.

Charles sends damaged Spanish ships to, 597
-, naval preparations at, against Normandy, 603.

ships of, fleet of, Dunkirkers :

engaged and captured by van Galen, 6n, 7, 8, 24
-, a notorious rover, 21.

Anglo French alliance aimed at, 141
-, orders to, from Spain, 164
-, much strengthened, 219
-, ships from Spain to reinforce, 224.

few merchants ask for letters of marque against, 174
-, French treat English worse than, 180.

English rescue defeated, from Dutch off Portland, 241
-, Dutch roughly handled by, 261.

chasing Dutch ships off Rye, 340
-, nearly take Vosberghen, 362
-, lie in wait for him, 364.

prey on English ships and goods, 373
-, petition of fishing industry for justice against, 581.

fleet ready to sail for Spain, 380
-, puts in at English port, 395
-, provisions supplied to, 398.

fight with English ship off Dover, 490
-, take English fishing boats, 512.

fleet defeated by Dutch off Gravelines, 501
-, losses exaggerated, 507.

offer to join English fleet against Scots, 547.

capture French barques and ships taking horses from Holland to Scotland, 548.

attacks on French and Dutch shipping, 552
-, Tromp retaliates against, 557
-, capture Dutch merchantmen and convoy, 559.

agreement for restoring English ships taken by, 559
-, inflict fresh injury on English fishermen, 584, 589.

some escape home from Spanish fleet in Downs, 575
-, reported English offer to unite with fleet of, 599.

-, - See also Spain, fleet of.

Dunning, Henry, captain of H.M. ketch Miniken :

orders to fight all barques of Calais, 5.

captain of the Swan frigate captures two frigates of Calais, 23n.

du Perron, Cardinal. See Davy, Jacques.

Duplessis, Alfonse Louis, archbishop of Lyon, Cardinal of Lyons :

Austrians make difficulty of treating with, 109
-, question of reception at congress, 131.

honours public entry of Correr, 358
-, informs Correr of Palatine's arrest, 588.

Duplessis, Armand, Cardinal Richelieu :

despatches to, 411n, 449.

1636 :

expects little from negotiations with England, 18, 19, 83, 89.

thinks well of Leicester, 19, 83, 89
-, promises to restore Miniken, 23
-, Bullion forwards alliance proposals to, 71.

idea of keeping Lorraine as reward, 64, 65.

treating secretly with Leicester through Pere Joseph, 89
-, expected to put final touches to treaty, 101
-, Augier treating with, for Leicester, 117.

1637 :

refers to election of king of Romans and English negotiations, 129.

expects little from English negotiations, 164
-, considers English proposals inadequate, 179
-, releases English ships seized, 180.

haggling over two fresh points, 187
-, views on treaty with England, 191, 192
-, criticism of English behaviour, 284.

silent about Grisons, 192
-, speaks of Germany and Italy, 284.

objects to Hague for congress, 255.

promises not to molest duchess of Chevreuse, 268
-, suspected communication of Conn with, 274, 277
-, offers to restore Pearl, 328.

1638 :

honours public entry of Correr, 358
-, Olivares informed of Contarini's offices with, 366.

not on good terms with Laud, 372
-, complains of behaviour of England, 375.

remonstrates at convoy of money to Flanders, 389
-, Chatillon sends Scottish Jesuit to, 422.

letters of Chevreuse to Spain get into hands of, 469
-, promises to Chevreuse a lure, 473, 474.

queen mother promises submission to, 481.

1639 :

promises restoration of Palatine's dominions with French investiture, 486.

suspected of fomenting Scots, 486
-, wants particulars about Scots, 493.

views on passports question, 486, 487
-, thinks little of English negotiations at Hamburg, 487.

Correr speaks to about Palatine's presence at congress, 493
-, Leicester told of answer about Palatine, 494
-, will not treat Palatine as ally, 502.

Correr makes representations to for Prince Casimir, 508
-, thinks exchange for Rupert unreasonable, 572.

tells Jermyn has no powers about queen mother, 508
-, Jermyn sees again without result, 513.

consent needed for England's offers to Austria, 532
-, thinks question of English alliance vanished, 533.

Palatine's journey to pay respects to, 593
-, assurances about prince's arrest, 598
-, receives Windebank's son, 605.

Duppa, Brian, dean of Christ Church, Oxford, tutor of the Prince of Wales :

efforts to proselytise, 150.

Durham, co. Durham :

king at, 544n.

Dutch. See Netherlands.

Duval, Francois, marquis of Fontenay Mareuil, Fontane, French ambassador in England :

Bellievre avoids misadventures of, 420.

du Wall. See Wall.