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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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Nani, Giovanni, Venetian ambassador extraordinary to the pope, 521 :

sent for general peace, 514.

Nantes [Loire Inferieure, France] :

English goods seized at, 329n.

Naples, Italy :

ships from, reach Cadiz, 553.

-, viceroy of. See Fonseca, Manuel de, count of Monterey.

Nassau, Frederick Henry of, Prince of Orange :

1636 :

resents English maritime claims, 7
-, States ask advice about toll upon fishermen, 58, 62
-, advises utmost prudence, 71
-, tries to soothe excitement, 85.

induced to take field by French pressure, 72.

agrees in resenting English policy but shows need of caution, 95.

says England will change policy if Dutch make truce, 98, 99
-, points out dangers of precipitancy to Assembly of Holland, 106.

tries to get Arundel to take up case of sea command, 122.

1637 :

Princess Palatine to inform of English resolutions, 134.

made prince of empire, France gives title of Highness, 135, 148
-, England also, 142, 148.

Princess Palatine informs of England's intentions for son, 145
-, and of son's return to Hague, 192.

England will apply to for troops for Palatines, 148
-, to induce Dutch to grant troops to Rupert, 155.

thinks Palatine unwise to leave England, 192
-, will do nothing for Palatine unless England waives naval claims, 205.

asks for troops to attack Dunkirk, 204
-, lays siege to Breda, 251, 255, 267.

Palatine to make arrangements with Dutch by advice of, 237
-, Palatine referred to, 255.

king eager for good news of, 249
-, Palatine leaves, for Germany, 259.

might see terms of Anglo French treaty for Dutch, 290
-, persuades Palatine to take Hesse's army, 315.

1638 :

French military plans sent to, 365
-, Palatine goes to confer with, 422.

Queen mother treating for reconciliation through, 455.

sorry to lose English and Scottish officers returning home, 465.

1639 :

tries to stop English soldiers going home via Dunkirk, 556.

States consult about attacking Oquendo's fleet, 579
-, naval situation discussed with, 582
-, Tromp reports victory to, 587.

asks queen of England to be godmother to infant son, 603.

-, -, infant son of :

queen asked to be godmother to, 603, 606
-, dies of colic and buried at Delft, 603n, 606.

Nassau Hadamar
-, Count John Louis of
-, plenipotentiary of emperor in Brussels negotiations :

to leave Frankfort on Taylor's arrival, 517
-, going to Brussels instead of Cologne, 522.

Nassau, Count William of :

reverse at Fort Calloo, 433
-, to invite queen to be godmother to Orange's son, 603, 606.

Naunton, Sir Robert :

father of Lady Bayning, 501n.

Navarre, 415.

Nave. See Bavay.

Nave, Andrea della :

Fielding takes exception to arrest of, 137, 195
-, Fielding's account of, 164, 165.

guilty of high treason, 138, 140, 144, 161, 163, 184, 204, 211
-, English version of crime, bribery, 165, 169.

nuncio expelled from house, 140, 161
-, protected by nuncio, 165.

Correr speaks to king about, 161, 162, 170
-, king's remarks on, 162, 163, 170, 171.

Council assembled about affair, 168
-, secretaries see Correr about, 168-170.

demands made of Venice, about, 171, 195
-, curiosity about punishment, 175.

demand for surrender abandoned, 179
-, case to follow ordinary course, 193.

sentence on, 200
-, asked Fielding for asylum, 200
-, promise to depart if condemned, 203.

Fielding's further office about, 200-204.

officials who arrested to be punished, 206
-, official account of arrest, 210.

king chaffs Correr on lightness of punishment, 225.

navy, the royal fleet, king's ships :

1636 :

six left in commission for winter, 63.

reported escort of Spanish ships to Dunkirk, 70
-, agreement with France may not stop, 97.

ship rescued by Dutch off Ireland from Turks, 73.

to serve France by terms of alliance, 86, 99
-, with certain number of ships, 101
-, to guard coasts of France, 103.

Pennington keeps squadron at sea, 103.

complaint that nothing done with, after all cost, 112
-, and exposed to pirates, 116.

general approval of asserting mastery at sea by, 118.

Dutch urge employment against common enemy, 122.

1637 :

Palatine urges increase of, 130, 136
-, share of allied fleet, 136, 219, 269, 309.

not enough sailors in, for landing operations, 130.

measures to equip fleet, 136, 167
-, intention to help Palatine with, 141.

Spaniards would satisfy Palatine in return for use of, 139.

no certainty about use of, 177
-, number of ships settled, for commission, 199.

Spain will declare war on any hostile act of, 231.

squadron rescues defeated Dunkirkers from Dutch off Portland, 241.

squadron sent against Barbary, 252
-, success at Sallee, 281, 282.

ships reserved for convoy work, 252
-, ship convoys money to Dunkirk, 274.

Monsigot asks for help against Spain, 277
-, Tromp challenges, 328.

petition for two ships for Danzig, 343.

1638 :

Spain could force recall of ships, 354
-, advantage of, in alliance, 359.

expedition against Algiers contemplated, 377
-, squadron sent after Tunis pirates, 449.

undertaking not to molest Dutch fishermen, 413.

escort powder and lead to Flanders, 421, 425, 427.

ship to fetch Giustinian, 433, 434, 436.

squadron sent to Scottish waters, 458.

1639 :

ships escort Lopez to Holland, 484
-, ship for Tornone, 490.

proposed squadron to blockade Scotland, 512
-, sent to Newcastle, 521
-, sails to Scottish waters, 535
-, blockades coast, 546.

squadron in Downs to prevent attack on Dunkirk, 521, 541
-, proposal to use for defence of Flanders, 541
-, escort Spanish troops to Dunkirk, 553.

seven ships sent to demand explanation from Tromp, 549
-, seize Dutch warships, 561.

efforts to get ships back from Scotland in interest of Spain, 555
-, Scots require being sent back to England, 559.

large force assembled, object unknown, 556
-, to be sent to Scottish waters, 570
-, large fleet ordered for spring, 605.

Cardenas asks for ship to take money to Flanders, 562
-, ship takes Conn to Dieppe, 572.

king strengthens with merchantmen, 575
-, reinforced in Downs, 577
-, strength of, 582.

ministers give up idea of using to help Oquendo to escape, 581
-, intimation to Tromp that will help Spaniards if Oquendo attacked, 583
-, a large part sailed away before action, 588.

-, See also fleet, ship money.

Necolalde, Nicolaldi, Juan de, Spanish Agent in England :

opened proposals for alliance, 25
-, gets money of Onate released, 37.

made secretary to Cardinal Infant, 63
-, leaving to take up position, 246.

Jesuit residing at house of, 80.

Onate does not follow, in treating Palatine, 85, 87.

does not visit Correr, 95
-, does not believe in orders to give Venetians parity, 199
-, makes no reply on subject, 214, 220.

takes leave of king, 249, 256.

claims present as resident, dissatisfied, 256
-, refuses present and leaves, 271.

Negrini, Gasparo Beffa :

letter to Giacomo Donado, Proveditore of Cephalonia, 443.

Nemours, duke of. See Savoie, Charles Amadeus de.

Neoburg. See Wolfgang, William, duke of Neuburg.

Nephews, the king's. See Palatine House.

Netherlands, the United, Dutch, Flemings, Flemish, High Mightinesses, Holland, States, United Provinces :

1636 :

menacing attitude of England to about fisheries, 1, 2
-, resentment at English treatment, 4, 6, 7, 14, 37, 62.

Bouillon sent to command French troops in, 3, 9.

French say England will join Austria to attack, 7
-, English attitude may drive to make terms with Spain, 14, 37, 72, 86, 105, 112.

English seize ships of, 7, 14, 21, 24
-, English injure at sea, 10
-, claim to sea as good as English, 19, 50

English charges against and defence, 8, 21
-, Spaniards may profit by bad terms with England, 25
-, Oate's behaviour should make English easier with, 33.

not intimidated by English fleet, 22
-, fears for fishing fleet, 24.

English hope to intimidate to a compromise, 32, 36, 37
-, English measures against intended seriously, 45, 47.

English will not make league with Austrians against, 35
-, encouraged by inaction of English fleet, 47.

effort to encourage trade at Venice, 36.

Charles resents high pretensions of, 45
-, Charles expresses friendliness to, 63, 79, 115.

excitement in at English interference with fishermen, 50, 52, 56, 58, 60, 85, 95.

not likely to help French much in campaign, 54
-, only take field by French pressure, 72.

need of joint action with against imperialists, 54.

disposition for war with England, 56, 57, 85, 99, 106, 108
-, Princess Palatine tries to calm, 58, 70, 124
-, fears of collision, 59.

efforts to get tax on fishermen removed, 63
-, Charles resents questioning his claims, 68.

determination not to submit, 68, 99
-, may submit and bide time, 71.

Orange counsels prudence to, in view of exhaustion, 71, 85, 95, 106.

appeal to Venice for assistance, 72
-, to be invited to enter alliance against Austria, 89.

fear of England helping Spain against, 79
-, Austrians bid for English help against, 93.

hopes that French alliance will prevent truce with Spain, 80
-, Spaniards find disposed to peace, 86.

ships rescue English from pirates, 86
-, Oate neglects to foment quarrel with England, 105.

would like alliance with England to blockade Flanders, 89, 114.

English want to know how action against fishermen taken, 94
-, Boswell suggests commission to settle rate of tax, 98.

Orange says truce would make England change attitude, 98, 99.

suggested league against Austrians, 103
-, resent treatment about French alliance, 104, 109, 110, 119, 123.

English think French alliance may make concede point of naval supremacy, 104.

Beveren laments English attitude to, 105, 123
-, unlikely to engage in new war, 106.

effort to force hands of, about sea supremacy, 113.

resentment of English claim to tax goods in ships, passing through waters, 113-115.

Arundel refuses public honours, resentment, 118.

1637 :

Arundel tells to mind own business, 122.

accused of using English levies on ships and in Indies, 123
-, England refuses leave to recruit, 134.

disposition to war with England, 124
-, exasperation at treatment of fishermen, 129, 159.

will have independent representation at congress, or none, 131.

news of steps for Palatine sent to, 134, 145
-, will not help Palatine unless England waives naval claims, 145, 155, 158, 310.

offer contribution to alliance, 134, 136
-, expect to be excluded from alliance, 142.

more dangerous to England in Flanders than Spaniards, 139.

to be asked to supply troops to Palatine, 148, 151
-, and to Rupert, 155
-, Palatine to send ambassador to, 182.

English mean to enforce claims against, 158, 173
-, which will prejudice Palatine cause with, 159
-, but not intended seriously, 173
-, yet still uneasy, 177.

English dispute with Denmark inconsistent with pretensions against, 159, 160.

Dunkirkers ordered to molest as much as possible, 164.

want England to assist them in supporting Swedes in Germany, 167, 168, 173.

Palatine to go to ask help of, 176
-, would welcome compliment, 177
-, but want ceremony, 230.

Charles considers should take the field, 177
-, Charles wants to help Palatine, waiving sea claims, 192.

Anglo French treaty depends on joining, 181
-, proposed coalition, 187.

Richelieu wants England to leave fishing alone, 187
-, English will not have French mediation over, 192.

urge sending ambassador to Hamburg, 189
-, alliance question to be discussed with at, 192.

permission to import salt fish to Venice extended, 197
-, outcry against levy of customs in Downs, 210.

Oate bids for English alliance against, 198, 209
-, English assurances to, 205, 237.

Princess Palatine urges prince to come to, 199
-, but does not go, 213
-, fleet to escort Palatine to, 229, 234.

French refuse troops but offer money to, 204
-, French will stand by if England attacks, 209.

suggested suspension of Anglo French treaty till intentions known, 204
-, complain that French negotiations not communicated to, 216, 245.

disgust at English escorting merchantmen to Dunkirk, 209.

intend to blockade Dunkirk again, 209
-, ready to take the field, 243.

Hamburg cannot resist Denmark without help from, 223
-, English rely on preventing work at Gravelines, 227.

opposed to Paris for conference, 223
-, Palatine to urge to send delegates to, 230.

bitterness against English apathy, English indifference to preparations to protect fishermen, 223
-, hope fishermen will not be troubled, 226.

appeal to Magnus Intercursus to advantage of, 224
-, will not help Palatine without receiving, 235.

Anglo French treaty to be submitted to, 233
-, Palatine asks about inviting to join alliance, 235.

press Graswinckle for reply to Selden, 234
-, honours to ambassador will raise claims, 251.

unnecessary to send ambassador to, 237
-, invited to enter alliance, 240.

dislike of fisheries connivance, 241, 245
-, leaving question open makes England anxious, 248, 249.

Palatine expects little from, 244
-, Palatine's arrival and opening negotiations in, 245, 254
-, king without news of negotiations, 248.

not interest to break with empire, 245, 255
-, Spaniards would like to break empire's neutrality, 279.

Palatine to inform of treaty and ask help, 247
-, king urges to take action, 249, 287
-, only make general reply, 251, 254.

English policy to inconsistent, 249, 261
-, belief that negotiating for truce, 255.

success of French alliance depends on, 249, 255, 262
-, French ready to mediate with, 257.

strength of army, siege of Breda, 254, 255
-, capture Breda, 287.

raise difficulties about treaty, 260
-, hang back, 261
-, treat it with scorn, 264
-, undecided about, 268.

roughly handled by Dunkirkers, 261.

Spaniards foment differences with England, 265
-, quiet harmful to England, 270.

English connivance at fishing not a precedent, 272
-, do not value connivance, 319.

invited to congress on common cause, 275
-, king complains of reluctance to send to, 278, 281.

Rey's negotiations with, 279, 324
-, about Danzig, 343.

accepted Hamburg for congress, 284
-, expected at congress, 315, 346
-, hold back, Charles annoyed, 318.

Orange might see terms of Anglo French treaty for, 290.

valour of English troops in, 296
-, Austrians aim at preventing co-operation with Germany, 306.

preoccupied in Low Countries and Indies, 307
-, privileges of ambassadors, 323.

English hope will support Palatine strongly, 315
-, Boswell to bluster at, 319.

Venetians encourage to trade at Crete, 320.

England may grow tired of treating with, 325
-, eager to hear of naval success against English, 328.

Dunkirkers chase ships, 340
-, capture two ships of Spanish fleet for Dunkirk, 348.

1638 :

French suspected of urging not to accept treaty, 355
-, capture fort St. George in Guinea, 357.

ships escort Vosberghen home, 365
-, one wrecked, 371.

losses of English shipping through, 373
-, Dunkirkers prey upon shipping, 388.

ready to open conference, 383
-, choose Cracouw to attend, 400.

Palatine's hopes of help from, 393
-, Palatine waiting for armies to move, 398.

Roe to promise that fisheries will not be molested, 413
-, book against Mare Glausum ordered by, 414.

accused of fomenting Scots, 418
-, reprisals granted against ships of, 427, 429, 440, 442.

against English interest for Dunkirk to fall into hands of, 419.

threat to seize English ships taking munitions to Dunkirk, 427
-, English differences with, 437.

Egmont asks restitution of estates from, 428, 434
-, share in redemption of fen lands, 430.

Danzigers inform of Pole's agreement with emperor about Baltic, 429.

demoralised by reverse at Calloo, 433
-, foreign ships seized to serve against Turks, 445.

members of Council unfriendly to, 442
-, reprisals against suspended, 446.

suspected of supplying munitions to Scots, 458.

English and Scottish officers serving ask leave to go home, 464, 465
-, Astley recalled from, 477.

La Valette may go to, 475
-, French buying warships in, 484.

Joachimi fears French making peace without, 479.

1639 :

essential to have passport for congress, 487
-, negotiations with Spaniards at Brussels, 516.

Scots obtain arms from, 495
-, proposed to recall all English troops from, 496
-, English soldiers forbidden to leave army, 556.

disputes with English merchants, 507
-, Dunkirkers seize English ships as belonging to, 512n.

deride Spain's decree of exclusion from Indies, 507.

munitions sent from to Calais, 510
-, French sending money to, 522.

want Graswinckel's book on Savoy printed, 517.

Tullerie going to, 522
-, Bordeaux cannot attack Dunkirk without help from, 525.

threat to fight English ships taking troops to Flanders, 525
-, may lead to war, 537, 568
-, threats upon, 606.

England offers Austria perpetual peace with, 532.

Scots imitate constitution, 536, 548
-, suspected of fomenting Scots, 547, 548, 590.

suspicion of understanding between Spain and England, 537
-, Spanish offers designed to involve England in war with, 541
-, Spaniards disappointed of quarrel, 562, 563.

Scottish officers coming from captured, 546
-, asked to forbid trade with Scotland, 547.

Dunkirkers prey on shipping, 552, 559.

call Tromp in question about intercepted Spaniards, and absolve, 555.

Charles remonstrates with for searching ships, 557, 560.

London merchants hope for return of English fleet to check, 559.

Palatine crossing to, 563.

impressed with English leanings to Austria, 566
-, uneasy about English alliance with Denmark, 567
-, propose to meet by alliance with Sweden, 569.

fear of powers making peace to exclusion of, 570
-, fear that Downs affair may lead to union of England and Spain, 591.

Charles resents contempt of rights at sea, but dissimulates, 574
-, suggest Charles shall seize Spanish fleet, 576
-, Charles refuses, wants to bridle, 577.

displeased at escape of Spanish ships from Downs, 578
-, accuse Pennington, 579.

discussion about attacking Oquendo, 579, 580, 582
-, decide on attack, 585.

king offends by granting food and conveniences to Oquendo, 581
-, incensed at obstacles raised by England, 582
-, remonstrate about help given, 588.

Spaniards try to stir king against, 587, 590
-, Spaniards want agreement with England to balance preponderance of, 596.

efforts to placate King, 587, 589
-, ambassador extraordinary sent, 591, 593
-, mission of Aerssens, 595, 597, 599.

relieved by preoccupation over Palatine's arrest, 593
-, English indignation with merely for prestige, 598.

complain at king restoring Spanish ships, 597
-, Charles says treaty with abrogated, 600, 603.

representations in Spain of England's offence with denied by Hopton, 599.

Aerssens hopeful about alliance, 601
-, only ask for good understanding with England, 602
-, not likely to get more, 603
-, views at Hague, 604.

Hopton represents need to check, 604.

fishermen of. See fishermen, Dutch.

fleet :

talk of French uniting with, 6.

lack of money prevents sailing, 19.

escort for fishermen, 22, 159
-, to protect them, 56
-, slight protection, 91.

thirty ships added to, 24
-, ordered to sea, 50.

to go off Dunkirk, 56
-, sails, not to risk engagement, 58
-, salutes English flag, 71.

rescue royal ship, 73.

talk of increasing, 80.

proposed junction of English with, against Spaniards, 130.

made ready for possible dispute with England, 139.

Palatine's fleet to join with, 155, 174
-, Palatine passes through in Downs, 583.

English rescue defeated Dunkirkers from, 241
-, ships salute English flag, 427.

Dunkirk fleet tries to avoid, 380
-, appears off Dunkirk, 419.

French fleet sails to join off Flanders, 425.

brush of warship with English frigate, 440.

defeat Dunkirk fleet at Gravelines, 500
-, Tromp takes revenge on Dunkirkers, 557.

intercept Spanish troops in English ships, 549, 552-555, 557, 563.

waiting for Oquendo, 552, 554
-, drives Oquendo under guns of Dover, 573
-, greatest fight since Armada, 574.

English fleet captures 5 warships of, 561, 567
-, done without orders, 562
-, released, 566.

blocking Oquendo, 574, 575, 584
-, reinforcements, 574, 575, 577, 581, 584
-, strength of blockading force, 582.

Pennington warns not to attack, 583
-, forces too strong for Pennington, 584, 588
-, Pennington clears self about, 594.

battle of Downs, complete victory, 586-588, 595.

blockade Spanish galleon off Wight, 594.

merchants. See merchants, Dutch.

Netherlands. See also Flanders.

Neuburg, duke of. See Wolfgang, William.

Neuenburg [Baden, Germany] :

Bernard of Saxe Weimar dies at, 561n.

Neustadt, Noistot [Lower Austria] :

despatch dated at, 10.

Nevers [Nievre, France] :

despatch dated at, 592.

Newburgh, lord. See Barrett, Edward.

Newcastle on Tyne :

fleet sent to, 521
-, troops shipped for, 534.

king to gather whole army at, 533, 539
-, king leaving for, 536
-, king near, 541.

king leaving for Berwick, 543.

earl of Roxburgh arrested at, 544n.

-, mayor of. See Davison, Alexander.

Newcastle, earl of. See Cavendish, William.

New England, America :

Brownists leave Virginia for, 305
-, proclamation restraining emigration to, 412.

New Forest, co. Hants :

king falls into bog in, 64
-, king hunting in, 246n.

Newfoundland, North America :

fishing rights off granted to Kirk, 187.

New France. See Canada.

Newmarket, co. Cambridge :

king hunting at, 88, 386
-, king off to, 90, 378.

Newport, countess of. See Blount, Anne.

-, earl of. See Blount, Mountjoy.

Nicholas, Edward, clerk of the Council :

despatch of Pennington to, 209n.

Nicodemus, frigate, royal navy, royal tartana :

brush with Dutch ship, 440.

Nicolaldi. See Necolalde.

Nieuport, earl and countess of. See Blount, earl and countess of Newport.

Nizza, Monferrato [Prov. Alessandria, Italy] :

English regret loss, 241.

nobility
-, English
-, grandees, gentlemen, magnates, gentry :

contribute readily to Palatine's force, 145, 318
-, back people in resisting ship money, 153
-, forbidden to serve Palatine, 181.

many of the lesser, Puritans, 300
-, many prepared for reunion with Rome, 303.

estranged from king, 387
-, pleased at alteration of progress, 436.

younger preparing to follow Palatine in Germany, 398
-, many going as volunteers, 401.

duty of meeting ambassadors, 434, 440.

hauteur of queen mother with, 471.

ordered to take the field, 477
-, to assemble at York with 3 horses each, 496.

many offer excuses for not taking arms for king, 500
-, gathering at York, 512.

Council of Scotland addresses seditious paper to, 506.

queen begs money from, 539.

charged to collect troops, for use against Scots, 567.

many volunteers for Arundel's expedition to Madagascar, 578.

alleged understanding with, connected with Oquendo's fleet, 581.

Irish :

have no seat in parliament, 434.

Scottish :

secretly fomenting revolt, 362
-, measures to resist king, 387, 389
-, have no seat in parliament, 434.

synod held in name of, 477
-, disposed to satisfy king, 565
-, forbid dissolution of parliament, 590.

Venetian :

two banished for complicity in Nave affair, 184
-, not allowed to admit foreign minister to house, 189.

Noel, Jacques le, bishop of Angoulme, M. di Peron, the queen's almoner :

proselytising zeal of, 149, 150
-, Conn stimulates with prospect of red hat, 150
-, efforts effectual as less known, 218.

away in France to receive bishopric, 218
-, returned, Catholics rejoiced, 266.

Nogaret, Bernard de, duke of La Valette :

reviews army for Spain, 415
-, made responsible for rout at Fuentarrabia, 466n.

expected in England, 466
-, reported at Plymouth, 469
-, lands in Cornwall, 472.

uncertainty in France, 470
-, expected to go to Holland, 475.

gets Chevreuse to plead for him with king, 473
-, king will not receive, may have to go elsewhere, 473
-, permitted to stay, 477.

Bellievre tries to cut short stay, 506
-, shows more passion than prudence, 547.

wishes to serve Venice, 510
-, response to, 520.

takes malicious advantage of rising in Normandy, 593.

Nogaret, Henry de, d' Epernon, duc de Candale, duc d' Hellouin, Candales, Halluin :

takes Landrecies, Cardinal Infant unable to resist, 254
-, takes Maubeuge, 267.

defeats Spaniards at Leucate, 293n.

Nogaret, Louis de, Cardinal de la Valette, della Valletta :

successes in Hainault, 238.

Noistot. See Neustadt.

Nonsuch, royal ship :

to take Oate to Spain, 407n
-, Oate sails in, 419n.

Nordlingen, Norlinghen [Bavaria, Germany] :

Arundel goes to confer with king of Hungary at, 14.

Noremberge, Norembergh. See Nrnberg.

Norgate, Edward, blue mantle pursuivant and clerk of the signet, lord of Norghet :

envoy to Cardinal Infant about fisheries and Oquendo's disaster, 589
-, reports friendly reception, 596.

Normandy, France :

William the Conqueror maintained absolute rule over followers from, 297.

French preparations in cause alarm, 525.

rising in rendered formidable by intrigues of queen mother and La Valette, 593.

preparations at Dunkirk for blow at, 603
-, Charles contemplates usmg army to encourage revolts in, 605.

Normans :

throw off yoke of kings, 297.

North Sea, German Ocean :

Denmark asks emperor for sovereign Admiralty of, 135, 159
-, English hope for appearance of French fleet in, 227.

Northampton, earl of. See Compton, Spencer.

Northumberland, earl of. See Percy, Algernon.

Nottingham, Notingen, earl of. See Howard, Charles.

Noyers, sieur de. See Sublet, Franois.

Nrnberg, Noremberge, Norembergh [Bavaria, Germany] :

Arundel's attendants robbed and murdered near, 65n
-, Arundel prepares to go to, 78
-, Leslie takes present to Arundel at, 102.