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Index: D

Pages 350-352

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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Dalkeith, co. Edinburgh, Scotland :

parliament commissioners at, 215
-, delegates attend at, 218
-, and submit, 222, 224.

Danes. See Denmark.

Dardanelles, 132.

Venetian blockade of, 63, 95, 258
-, memorial against detention of ships at, 95-6, 98
-, agreement about passing, 123.

English and Dutch captains object to going to, 124
-, Venetian fleet driven from by storm, 258.

letter dated from, 74.

d'Aros. See Haro.

Daugnon, comte de. See Foucault, Louis de.

Davies, Giles, English merchant at Constantinople, sent in irons to Smyrna by Bendish, 122.

Deane, Col. Richard, commander at sea, reports capture of Robert frigate, 103n.

establishing order in Scotland, 212-3
-, confers with Argyle, 224
-, takes Brodrick castle, 230.

Delahaye, dell' Haye, M., French ambassador at the Porte, 13, 230.

Turks ask for use of ships, 6, 31
-, Soranzo speaks to upon, 7, 19, 38.

attitude to new English minister, 14, 19, 21
-, Crow acted in concert with, 20.

reports restoration of Charles, 16
-, relations with English ambassadors, 22
-, consults Soranzo about, 27
-, Lady Crow appeals to, 28
-, protects English royalists, 163, 167.

declares Bendish has promised ships to Turks, 84, 96
-, Bendish trying to arouse suspicions, 100.

Soranzo fears making engagements with Turks, 95
-, quarrels with Bendish, 162, 166-7.

despatches to the Doge, 153, 155, 159, 168, 176, 256.

Deleur,? Col. Mark Trevor, takes Carrickfergus, marching on Dundalk, 112.

Den, a private soldier and Leveller, causes disturbance at Stourbridge, 123-4.

Denbigh, lord. See Fielding, Basil.

Dencanon. See Duncannon.

Denmark and Danes :

prince of Wales going to, for help, 50
-, alliance with Dutch, 110
-, friendly understanding with Dutch, 244
-, reported alliance, 260
-, community of interest, 303.

alleged army of, in Scotland, 144
-, mischance to parliament envoy in, 185, 192
-, parliament recognised by, 193.

ambassadors coming from to England, 234, 236, 241.

Dutch fishing grounds extend to, 255
-, England requires naval stores from, 264
-, English ships bringing rope and hemp from, 294.

Sweden likely to take opposite side to in war, 265, 307.

fleet sent to convoy merchantmen from, 301
-, decision to favour Dutch causes anxiety, 305
-, proposed mission to, 305, 307, 311
-, decision must strengthen Dutch, 307
-, reconciliation with seems hopeless, 315
-, possible open declaration for Dutch, 319.

chancellor of. See Ulefelt, Cornfitz.

king of. See Christian IV
-, Frederic III.

ships of. See ships, Danish.

deputies. See under ambassadors.

Derby, duke of (?), joins king, 200.

Dia, Standia, island, off Crete, transport of troops and munitions to, 97, 103.

despatch dated at, 99.

Dieppe [Seine Inf., France] :

queen and duke of York going to, 97
-, Charles going to, 110.

Huguenots of, understanding with English, 199.

Digby
-, George, baron, secretary of state, excluded from pardon, 17
-, to be put to death, 94.

-, John, earl of Bristol, excluded from pardon, 17
-, to be put to death, 94.

-, Sir Kenelm, English resident at Rome, demands help for king, 5
-, leaves Rome, 41.

assurances to Contarini about help to Turks, 8, 11.

blames Rinuccini, 8
-, leaving in dudgeon because of pope's Irish policy, 20, 30
-, circulates paper upon negotiations, 29, 41.

Dixwell
-, Col. John, commissioner to inspect fleet, 301
-, report, 302.

Doncanon. See Duncannon.

Doncaster, co. York, Rainsborough murdered at, 81.

Donson, Thomas, English merchant at Zante, 133.

Dorislaus
-, Doreslaus, Isaac, parliament envoy to the Hague, States will not receive publicly, 66
-, murdered at Hague, 100
-, officers suspected of murdering captured, 107
-, reference to fate, 185, 192.

Douglas, Archibald, earl of Angus, submits to parliament, 212.

-, Robert, earl of Morton, castle of, 222.

Dover, Bruue, co. Kent :

will not obey army, 16
-, Grignon at, 125n
-, hasty visit of Cromwell to, 243, 245, 262
-, Gentillot at, 256
-, Ayscue's squadron off, 261
-, Dutch fleet off, 275
-, Blake off, 294
-, actions near, 296, 321.

-, castle, royalists repulsed from, 64.

Downs :

action between English and Dutch ships in, 45
-, revolt of ships in, 65n, 66n.

prince of Wales sails for, 71n
-, his squadron in, 72
-, leaves, 77.

Oquendo's fleet in, 289n
-, fleet in, 294, 301
-, action near, 296
-, fleet returns to, 312.

Dutch appear in force in, 301, 318
-, council sends commissioners to, 322.

Doyer. See Poyer.

Dragoneere, merchantman :

Hydes and others shipped home in, 159, 167n

Drogheda, Droghedaeh, co. Louth, Ireland, 124.

Inchiquin takes, 112
-, stormed, 121
-, thanksgiving for, 123.

Dublin : news from, 118.

parliament troops enter, 5, 50
-, garrison of defeated by Preston, 10, 11
-, successful sally from, 15
-, Preston marching on, 18.

Col. Jones shut up in, 57
-, Catholics attack, 92
-, succoured from London, 105.

troops advancing to besiege 106
-, parliament unlikely to save, 110.

Ormonde besieges, 111-2
-, surrender reported but siege actually raised, 115.

parliament troops land at, 116
-, English commissioners at, 216.

Irish advance towards, 210
-, raids from into Wicklow, 230.

-, governor of. See Hewson, Col. John.

Duckenfleld
-, Duchenfield, Robert, governor of Chester, expedition to Man, 205
-, reduces it to subjection, 208.

Dumbarton, co. Dumbarton, Scotland, people will not take up arms, 206.

Argyle disposed to meet commissioners at, 220
-, conference at, 224.

-, castle, surrenders, 213.

-, governor of. See Erskine, Sir Charles.

Dunbar
-, co. Haddington, Scotland, Cromwell's victory at, 157
-, news at Madrid, 158
-, Cromwell's observations to parliament after, 170.

Duncannon
-, Dencanon, Doncanon, Duncanon, co. Wexford, Ireland, Cromwell marches against, 127
-, besieged, 128
-, siege raised, 130.

Dundalk
-, co. Louth, Ireland, forces marching on, 112
-, Monk driven from, 118n
-, Venables at, 215.

Dundee
-, co. Forfar, Scotland, troops embark at Leith for, 206
-, Col. Cooper leaves, 214.

Dungan, Sir Walter, Irish Col., defeat near Ross, 210.

Dungan Hill near Trim
-, co. Meath, Ireland, victory of Jones at, 15, 16
-, reported untrue, 18.

Dungarvan, co. Waterford, Broghill takes, 136.

Dungeness
-, co. Kent, action off, 321-2
-, defeat attributed to Blake's fault, 325.

Dunkirk [Nord, France] :

talk of Anglo Spanish attack on, 172
-, French offer to sell to Dutch, 207
-, acute suspicion about, 231.

English squadron off, 231, 242
-, chief object of Spanish attention, 244.

Cardenas appeals to parliament about, 284
-, Cardenas thanks parliament for help over, 287.

English fleet stops relief for, 286, 288, 295
-, loss due to English fleet, 289.

surrenders to Archduke, 286
-, hope that loss will ease relations with England, 299.

-, governor of. See Estrades, Godefroi, comte d'.

-, ships of, Dunkirkers, van Galen scourge of, 285.

Dunnottar
-, Dunnotir, Dunettir, co. Kincardine, Scotland, castle, parleys, 210
-, still besieged, 214.

-, governor of. See Ogilvy, George.

Dunstaffnage, Dunstafage, co. Argyle, Scotland, Argyle fortifies, 214.

Durie
-, Dury, John, parliament envoy to Sweden, starts for Stockholm, 222
-, back and report, 274.

Dutch. See Netherlands.