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Index: B

Pages 335-339

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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Bache. See Blake.

Badiley
-, Bobolo, Bobler, Richard, commanding squadron in Mediterranean, arrives at Zante from Messina, 233
-, action at Monte Cristo, takes refuge in Porto Longone, 280.

anxious to fight, but merchants refuse, consults with Appleton, 295
-, Appleton claims to have acted by order of, 320
-, gets Grand Duke to release Appleton, 324
-, sends him back to Leghorn, 327.

sends to fetch ships from Venice, 326.

Bagni, Niccolo, papal nuncio in France :

asked to help levy in Ireland, 46
-, sends canards to pope, 207.

bailo. See under ambassadors.

Bairan, French renegade :

mission to foreign ships at Smyrna, 96
-, report of, 98-9
-, sent back, 100.

Baker, William, owner of Pearl, claim against Venice, 185.

Balcarres, lord. See Lindsay, Alexander.

Balearic Islands, Penn cruising off, 180.

Ball, Giles, English consul in the Morea, ill treated for siding with Crow, 27.

Ballarino, Giovanni Battista, Venetian Secretary at Constantinople, reception by Vizier, 109.

Ballinacargy, Ballinecargi, Ballnacargi, co. Cavan, Ireland, siege raised, 205, 213.

Ballymore, Ballymire, co. Westmeath, Ireland, Coote garrisons, 210.

Ballymote, Ballimet, co. Sligo, Ireland, Coote besieges, 264.

Balvenie, on the Spey, Scotland, Leslie surprises Middleton at, 106.

Bambert. See Lambert.

Bamfield, Colonel John, accompanies duke of York on flight, 58.

Bannatyne, Sir James, Paccadin, Pannatin, levy for Venice, 54, 60-1.

Barbadoes, West Indies :

English squadron for, 166n
-, arrives, capture of ships, 216
-, engagement at and capture, 220
-, surrender confirmed, 236.

Barbary :

reported English concession to pirates of, 42
-, conveyance of money to by English ships, 79, 98
-, English ship for, 142
-, money sent to, to build ships, 163
-, orders to observe agreement with English, 218.

ships of :

sailing towards Alexandria, 99
-, Turks count on help of, 106
-, avoid engaging Venetians, 110
-, placed in vanguard, 111
-, important addition to Turkish fleet, 114
-, none for Turkish fleet, 176.

- See also Algiers
-, Tripoli
-, Tunis.

Barcle. See Berkeley.

Barnardi, Francis, resident of Genoa in London, 225.

Barriere, seigneur de la. See Taillefer, Henry.

Barrow, Barou, River, Ireland, 134.

Barsa. See Bass Island.

Basadonna, Piero, Venetian ambassador in Spain, 153.

despatches to the Senate, 93, 104, 125, 128-9, 143, 145-9, 151, 153-5, 157-8, 160-3, 166, 169, 171-4, 185, 188, 191, 194, 196, 199, 282.

communication from Contarini, 141.

letters to Garzoni, 182-3.

communications with Sagredo, 173.

confers with Hyde and Cottington about peace proposals, 129
-, proposed share, 141.

Ascham's murderers take refuge with, 148.

Haro tells of recognition of parliament, 182-3
-, tries to pump Fisher, 183, 186, 191
-, Fisher calls on, 191-2.

Bass Island
-, Barsa, Firth of Forth, Scotland, surrender demanded, 206
-, expected capture, 213
-, surrenders, registers found there, 224.

Batten
-, William, vice admiral of the fleet, Rainsborough succeeds, 40n
-, takes ships to Holland, 65n.

Batteville, or Vatteville, Charles baron de, at Bordeaux, 148.

battles
-, sea fights, skirmishes, etc. See Dunbar
-, Dungan Hill
-, Dungeness
-, Fochies
-, Folkestone
-, Kentish Knock
-, Monte Cristo
-, Paros
-, Plymouth
-, Preston
-, Rathmines
-, Ross
-, St. Fagans
-, Warrington
-, Worcester.

Beaumaris, Bomaris, co. Anglesey, 205.

Bedford, co. Bedford, army marching on, 9.

beggars, not allowed in London, 239.

Belcares, Belcarri. See Lindsay, Alexander, lord Balcarres.

Belfast
-, co. Antrim, Ireland, taken for king, 99
-, Venables retires to, 213.

Bellievre
-, Pierre de, sieur de Grignon, Grenouille, French resident in England, news from at Porte, 16
-, left in charge, 24-5
-, king's judges will not read letter presented by, 87
-, stays on after king's execution, 88
-, talk of leaving, told may take king's children, 91
-, departure, 124, 125n.

Bellievre
-, Pomponne de, French ambassador in England, goes to treat with king, 5
-, returning home, 24-5
-, told to delay leaving, 178.

considered as ambassador extraordinary to England, 201.

Beltrame, Don, 150.

Bembo, Ambrogio, Proveditore of Zante :

despatches to Senate, 100, 116, 127.

- referred to, 150.

Bendish
-, Sir Thomas, English ambassador to the Porte, at Leghorn, 8
-, likely to manage better than Crow, 11
-, at Smyrna, 14.

Crow tries to discredit, 14, 16, 20
-, arrival and reception, 21
-, tussle with Crow about audience, 21-2.

merchants waiting for instructions from, 20
-, ships of, arrive, with wife, 33.

Crow carried off, in presence, 27
-, Lady Crow refuses help from, 28.

not a dependent of king, 28
-, proposed to make responsible for Crow's debts, 29
-, sent by parliament, 37.

Soranzo's relations with, 29, 126
-, to be friendly, 40
-, promise to Soranzo, 67
-, arrangement with Soranzo, 68.

Turks demand ships of, 31
-, resists Turkish exactions, 38
-, concession to Turks for receiving, 42.

spirited resistance to demand for ships, 49
-, Venice thanks for, 61
-, Venice conciliates, 111, 117.

obtains leave for ships to sail, 67
-, fear of engagement with Turks, 95.

Soranzo's representations to, 77
-, urges that ships be allowed to pass, 83, 92.

keeps silent about ships, 77
-, explanation about ships, 79.

alleged undertaking to grant ships to Turks, 84, 96, 100, 106, 153, 155-6, 162-3, 165-6, 168, 171, 211
-, suspected understanding with Vizier, 92
-, orders captains to serve Turks, 94, 98-9.

machinations disclosed, 98
-, will be held to account, 99
-, called traitor for action, 144
-, king to supersede, 145, 146.

representations on behalf of Soranzo, 100, 102, 111-2
-, protecting Venetian secretaries, 100
-, asks for confirmation of privileges, 102.

confirms loss of Merchant, 111
-, in great distress over ships, 112
-, but puts bold face on it, 113
-, refuses to restore money for ships, 122.

silence about Soranzo's release, 117
-, Levant Co. should inform of arrangement with Venice, 123, 125.

severe treatment of opponents, 122
-, turns back ships for Constantinople, 126.

threatened with fate of Crow, 122
-, loses wife, 126
-, Delahaye's offer against, 159.

to be informed of arrangement with Venice, 131
-, bailo to keep in with, 146.

measures to secure removal of Hyde, 155, 163
-, promises withdrawal of English ships from Venetian fleet, 159
-, Vizier demands Hyde from, 166.

quarrel with Delahaye, 162, 166-7
-, clearly for parliament, 166
-, Levant Co. does not believe in grant of ships by, 169, 170.

Basadonna speaks of to Haro, 173
-, Philip writes on to Cardenas, 175.

about to be changed, 211, 246
-, approached about mediation between Venice and Porte, 257
-, ready to act, 258.

Berdeco. See Berkeley.

Bergh, Dutch spy, Appleton and, 316.

Berkeley, Barcle, Berdeco, Sir John :

accompanied king on flight, 32
-, to be king's ambassador at Porte, 145-6.

Berkstead, Col. John, made lieutenant of the Tower, 288n.

Bernado, Antonio, Venetian Proveditore General at Sea, despatches to Senate, 99, 110.

Bernos, Capitan Grande at Venice, 189.

Berwick, Varvich :

royalists take possession of, 59
-, Scots move to support of, 61.

blockaded by sea, 61
-, English commissioners at, 214.

news from 208, 213, 216, 218, 221.

Bethune, Louis de, count of Charost, governor of Calais, inclined to detain Pauluzzi but lets him go, 223.

Bianchi, secretary to Basadonna, 182.

Birkenhead, Isaac, royalist agent, captured at sea, 177.

Biron. See Byron.

Bishop
-, Richard, of St. Peter's church, Paul's Wharf, imprisoned for words against parliament, 120
-, released, 121.

bishops :

proposal to retain, 15
-, with king, 16.

parliament demands abolition, 25
-, commonwealth sells property, 92, 267.

Blach. See Blake.

Black Sea :

Bendish threatened with relegation to, 112-3.

Blake
-, Bache, Blach, Brech, Brach, Col. Robert, commanding at sea, reports capture of Robert frigate, 103n
-, sent after Rupert, 134.

demands surrender of Rupert's fleet and on refusal declares war on Portugal, 152
-, will not let go of Rupert, 155.

Spaniards try to persuade to help Bordeaux, 154-5
-, Spaniards congratulated on success against Brazil fleet, 157.

arrogant behaviour at Cadiz, 164
-, king incensed by his remarks there, 169-70.

invests Jersey, 205
-, landing effected by, 206.

command renewed for 9 months, 218
-, confidence in, 255
-, ability more trusted than ever, 313.

action with Tromp off Folkestone, 242
-, resolute orders to, 255.

sails against fishing fleet, impatience for news of, 261
-, bad news of, repairing damages and landing wounded, 263
-, reported engagement in North, 265.

success with fishing fleet but defeated by Tromp, 269-70, 273-4.

collecting and victualling fleet, 273
-, strength of squadron, 283
-, junction with Ayscue, 291.

reports captures of merchantmen, 279, 307
-, destroys fleet sent to succour Dunkirk, 284, 289
-, honoured by Archduke, 293.

in Downs, sails to convoy fleet from Baltic, 294
-, reports action off Kentish Knock, 296.

commissioners to enquire into conduct, 301
-, excluded from Council of State, 318.

will not fight unless compelled, 302
-, battle inevitable unless declines, 305
-, to look out for Dutch and prevent passing, 315.

letters from, 318
-, reports action off Dungeness, 321
-, great danger, 322
-, retreats into Thames, 325.

complains of conduct of some captains, 322
-, accused of undervaluing Dutch, 325.

Blarney, co. Cork, Ireland, Broghill at, 212.

Blaye [Gironde, France] :

despatch dated at, 156.

Bobler, Bobolo. See Badiley.

Bohemia, queen of. See Elizabeth.

Bomaris. See Beaumaris.

Bon, —, secretary to Senate, 195, 198.

Bonaventure, Buonaventura, English merchantmen, takes chiaus and money for Turkey, 77.

-, warship, representations against behaviour at Zante, 220-1
-, in company with Appleton, 232n
-, caught at Leghorn by Dutch, 257
-, lost in fight at Dungeness, 322.

Bonetti, Antonio, master of the St. Anna, 236.

books, of Ascham, on rebellion, 147.

- See also Catechesis Ecclesiarum ;
-, Koran
-, prayer book.

Bordeaux [Gironde, France] :

fresh orders for reduction of, 103
-, insurgents of assisted from England, 118, 126, 148
-, English promise help to, 179.

Blake's fleet supposed for, 151
-, Spaniards try to bribe him to go to, 154-5.

commercial relations with London, 234, 238
-, wine trade from, 240.

influence of English liberal ideas in, 238-9
-, parliament inclined to good understanding with, 246.

Dutch ships sent to for wine, 310.

parliament of, 126.

- proposals to England, 234
-, talk of replacing, 239.

Bordeaux Neufville, Antoine de, French ambassador to England :

decision to send, Charles and mother oppose, 317, 320
-, arrives in London, 325
-, suspicion of, 326.

to mitigate ill will and prevent help to Spain and Condé, 320-1
-, takes credentials to Speaker, 325
-, they are rejected, 326.

Boreel, William, Dutch ambassador in France :

tries to dispel idea of union with England, 178
-, has no confirmation of victory of Dutch fleet, 274
-, working hard for peace in France, 294.

observed in close conference with Charles, 299
-, approached about Dutch ships serving Venice, 308.

Boswell
-, Bosuel, Sir William, English resident in the Netherlands, 2
-, thanks Dutch for Charles, 105.

Bourbon, Anne Genevieve de, duchess of Longueville, encourages talk of liberty at Bordeaux, 239.

Bourbon Condé
-, Louis II. de, Prince of Condé, recognition of parliament depends on action, 199
-, sends to Spain and England, 202.

Cromwell's reply detrimental to, 202
-, gets levy in England, 208, Gaston begins to mistrust, 223
-, Commonwealth not inclined to help, 234.

Barriere presents letter from, 237
-, proposes alliance and asks help, 238.

little success in England but may get levies, 240
-, may get help from hold on Guienne, 246
-, parliament may favour by allowing trade with Gascony, 280.

Bordeaux's mission to thwart in England, 317, 320-1, 323.

Boyle
-, Roger, lord Broghill, Brughil, takes Dungarvan, 136
-, Irish submitting to, 212.

Boynton, Capt. Matthew, governor of Scarborough castle, parleys and surrenders, 83.

Bracamonte, Gaspar de, count of Peñaranda, Pignoranda, Spanish plenipotentiary at Munster, return may upset peace overtures, 129-30.

Brach. See Blake.

Bradich. See Brodick.

Bradshaw
-, Bradsaw, Richard, English resident at Hamburg, leaves for Hamburg, 222
-, mission to Denmark, 307, 311.

Braganza, duke of. See John IV, king of Portugal.

Brandenburg [German Empire], dispute with Sweden about Pomerania, 265.

-, elector of. See Frederick William.

Bray, Capt. William, imprisoned for paper against Fairfax, 95.

Brazil, S. America :

fleet from, Blake lies in wait for, 155
-, and captures, 157.

Brech. See Blake.

Breda
-, [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], Charles passes through, 105
-, he halts at, 108.

Scottish commissioners for, 142, 145
-, their negotiations at, 144, 150.

Brentford, Brenford, co. Middlesex, 103.

Brielle, Brill [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], revolted ships at, 66.

Bristol, co. Gloucester :

reported revolt, 60-1.

Venetian levy sailing from, 63, 66, 71, 71, 73, 78

money sent to, for Cromwell, 115.

Ireton's body at, 212.

-, earl of. See Digby, John.

Brittany, France, ports at service of Dutch, 292.

Brodick, Bradich, Brydick, castle in Arran, co. Bute, Scotland, taken, 230, 236.

Brodie, Grodiius, Alexander, delegate to Charles at Breda, 145.

Broghill, lord. See Boyle.

Bromhall, Brumel, George, English merchant at Zante, 133.

Brouage, governor of. See Foucault, Louis de, comte de Daugnon.

Brown, Brun, Colonel, sent from Ireland for help, 121.

Brown, Bushell, tried by court martial, 97n.

Browne, Sir Richard, resident of Charles at Paris :

tries to find out about Pauluzzi, 223
-, Morosini evades, 224.

senate commends dealings with, 238
-, Sagredo speaks to about Killigrew, 265, 268, 277
-, refers to Pauluzzi's mission, condition of England, 268, 277.

Brughil. See Boyle, Robert, lord Broghill.

Bruin, Brun, Antonio, Spanish plenipotentary at Munster negotiations about Palatine, 110.

Brumel. See Bromhall.

Brun
-, See Brown
-, Bruin.

Brunon, Peter, master of the St. Anna, 236.

Brussels, Belgium, 109.

duke of York entertained at, 84.

despatch dated at, 118.

Bruue. See Dover.

Brydick. See Brodick.

Buckingham, duke of. See Villiers, George.

Bulkeley, Buellei, John, commissioner to treat with king, 72.

-, Buklei, Richard, holding out in Anglesea, 77.

Bunce, Alderman, released from Tower, 65n.

Bunratty, Bund, co. Clare, Ireland, barony of, wasted, 215.

Buonaventure. See Bonaventure.

Burgh
-, Ulick de, marquis of Clanricard, promises Galway help from Lorraine, 210
-, cannot get terms for whole Irish nation, 221
-, retires from Galway, 230.

Burley
-, Captain, tries to rouse people in Wight for king, 43
-, executed, 44.

Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk :

headquarters of Fairfax at, 53.

Busenello, Alessandro, secretary to the Senate, 250.

report on dismissal of Killgrew, 247-8.

Butler
-, James, earl, marquis of Ormonde, Ormont, driven from Dublin, 5
-, influence in Ireland, 65.

nuncio fears queen will recognise as leader of Protestants, 50.

offers levy of Irish to Venice, 64, 68
-, withdraws, 71.

going with Prince to Scotland, 64, 71
-, holds out great hopes to king, 97.

Ulster reduced by, 107
-, besieges Dublin, 111
-, defeat at Rathmines, 115.

strength of forces with, 116
-, sends Inchiquin to stop Cromwell, 124.

Cromwell arranges to attack with O'Neill, 118
-, near Ross, 127
-, united with O'Niell, 128, 133
-, advancing to engage parliament army, 129
-, avoids battle, 134.

sets out for Limerick, 136
-, defeats Coote, 142
-, large army commanded by, 144.

-, Col. John, to command new army corps, 70.

Byron
-, Biron, John, lord, defends Carnarvon castle, 75
-, holding his own, 77.