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Pages 372-376

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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MacDonnel
-, Randal, earl of Antrim, sent by Irish Catholics to France, 50
-, Crelly familiar of, 54n.

MacKdemore, Ireland, slaughter of Irish at, 224.

Madrid, Spain :

despatches dated at, 93, 105, 125, 128, 130, 143, 146-9, 152-5, 157-8, 160, 162-4, 166, 170-1, 173, 175, 183-5, 188, 191, 193, 195-6, 199, 282, 311.

Torre at to prosecute Rinuccini, 104
-, Ascham reaches and is murdered at, 147
-, Fisher leaves, 149n, 191.

English merchants at favour parliament, 171
-, Hyde and Cottington leave, 171.

Maitland, John, earl of Lauderdale, Laderdagne, sharp speech in parliament, 2.

Malaga [Andalusia, Spain] :

Rupert captures ships under fortress of, 160
-, Fisher sailing from, 191.

Malamocco, Veneto, Italy :

Dutch expecting reinforcements from, 267
-, English ships at recalled for war service, 271.

Dutch ships may be recalled from, 280, 289
-, van Galen expecting ships from, 292.

Malden, co. Essex :

Fairfax leaves for, 77.

Malta, island of, receiver of, at Venice, informed of victory, 194.

Man
-, isle of, expedition against, 205
-, submits to parliament, 208.

Manchester, earl of. See Montagu, Edward.

Manners, Sir George of Haddon, 28n.

-, Grace, lady, 28n.

-, John, fourth earl of Rutland, 28.

-, Mary. See Crow, Mary, lady.

Mansul
-, (?Melek Ahmed), Grand Vizier of Turkey, asks Bendish for 20 ships, 153
-, irritated at Hyde being carried off, threats about ships, 159
-, demands that Hyde be delivered up, 167.

Mantua, duke of. See Gonzaga, Charles III.

resident of, at Venice, informed of victory, 194.

Marcello, Zuanne, Savio alla Mercanzia, 156.

Marcheville, seigneur de. See Gournay, Henry.

Margaret
-, Margherita, Pearl, English ship, at Smyrna from Venice, 13
-, Crow put on board, 33
-, amount due to, will be paid, 176
-, owners insistent on payment, 184
-, letter of owners to Salvetti, 185.

Margareta Teresa, Spanish Infanta, birth, 173n.

Maria Anna of Austria
-, queen of Spain, expected delivery, 172
-, layette from England expected for, 173.

Maria Leopoldina, the empress, death, 132.

marque, letters of, granted by pope to Irish Catholics, 104.

Marsceville. See Gournay, Henry seigneur de Marcheville.

Marseilles [Bouches du Rhone, France], goods laded at, 230.

Marshal, Colonel, brings Scottish demands to parliament, 59.

Martin, Col. Henry, appointed to confer with Pauluzzi, 290.

Martinitz, Martinez, George Adam, count of, and emperor's remarriage, 132.

Marvin, John, master of the Giovanni, agreement for hire of, 104.

Mary
-, daughter of Charles I, Princess of Orange, receives brother James in Holland, 58
-, Charles as king ceases to eat with, 87
-, accompanies Charles to Breda, 105
-, Charles visits at Tilinghem, 204
-, at Hague, influence much diminished, 304.

Mary Rose
-, merchantman, in action at Monte Cristo, 280n
-, Poole, captain of, 323n.

Massey
-, Edward, Colonel, London offers command to, 10
-, released from Tower, 65n
-, escapes from Tower, 288.

Matapan, Cape, Morea, Greece, capture of Lorica near, 267.

Maurice
-, Palatine Prince, included in pardon, 5
-, says time favourable for levy of English, 46.

will not trust revolted ships, 69
-, goes to serve in fleet, 78
-, coming with squadron to Mediterranean, 143.

letter from, 43.

Mayerne, Theodore, physician to Charles I, 221.

-, -, Turquet de, daughter of, baronne d'Aubonne, d'Obonna, married to Cugnac, 221.

Maynard, Sir John, released from Tower, 65n.

Mazzarini, Giulio, cardinal, 39.

advances to Haro for peace, 129
-, peace negotiations referred to, 141
-, Hyde and Cottington considered spies of, 163.

offers Scottish prisoners for Candia, 167
-, bent on thwarting alliance between England and Spain, 169.

devotion of king and queen to hinders peace, 223
-, princes claim must make first advances, 254
-, bows to storm, 272.

entertains Louis and Charles, 272-3
-, author of Bordeaux's mission to England, 317.

medal, found on Ascham's body, 149.

Medici, Ferdinand II de', Grand Duke of Tuscany, 259.

offices asked to stop ships helping Turks, 53
-, letter to Salvetti upon, 56
-, to be told of gift to Salvetti, 130.

does not wish to offend English, 179
-, recognises parliament, 186, 193, 286.

gives account of Charles's escape after Worcester, 204.

offices asked to prevent English helping Turks, 211
-, Levant Co. assurances to, 212
-, instructs Salvetti to help Venice, 225.

parliament desires friendly relations with, but usual courtesies, 217
-, orders protection of English ships at Leghorn, 257
-, Appleton says should be proud to do so, 281.

Sarotti speaks to about war, 272, 300
-, arrangement with Dutch captains, 272
-, van Galen pays respects to, 277
-, informs Sarotti of Dutch calling in ships, 280, 289.

parliament manifesto sent to, opinion about war, 280
-, feels difficulty of keeping neutral, 324.

very intimate with van Galen, 298
-, incensed with Appleton, 316
-, has him arrested, 316, 320
-, gives him up to Badiley, 324
-, Badiley's report to, 327.

letter to parliament unanswered, 309
-, can speak to Grandier about ships in Venetian service, 328.

-, Prince Leopold de', confidences to Sarotti about English, 327-8.

Medina Celi, duke of. See Cerda, Antonio de.

Medina de las Torres, duke of. See Guzman, Ramiro Nunez de.

Mediterranean Sea :

squadron sent to, for convoy duty, 135
-, parliament pays off men engaged for, 216.

English ships privateering in, under Spanish flag, 151
-, Rupert means to cruise in, 167.

French depredations on English in, 176n
-, Penn's squadron in, 183.

pope's fear of English and Dutch entering, 203
-, Venetian interest in rival fleets in, 274.

agreement with Venice desirable for trade in, 237.

Ayscue to take squadron to, to protect shipping, 266, 270, 306
-, Dutch capture English ships in, 269
-, intention to send squadron to, 292.

strength of Dutch forces in, 272
-, van Galen has power to enlist all ships in, 292.

Dutch measures to protect ships against pirates in, 277.

Dutch mean to destroy English trade in, 281
-, their activity in, 292.

squadron going to, with ambassador for Porte, 284, 300
-, 18 warships considered sufficient for, 315.

van Galen master of, 300, 304
-, Dutch may hinder English intention to be strong in, 310
-, squadron for held up by needs at home, 322
-, Grandier has authority over all English ships in, 327.

-, Dutch fleet in. See under Netherlands, fleet.

Meelick, Melich, Mulich, co. Galway, Ireland, Coote takes, 206, 210.

Melek Ahmed. See Mansul.

Meloria island, off Leghorn, Italy, Dutch fleet cruising off, 263.

Menezes, Sebastian Cesar de, bishop of Coimbra, Portuguese ambassador to France, French ship sent for, 153.

Merchant of Smyrna, reported sunk in fight with Venetians, 111.

Merchant Adventurer
-, pass for, 182
-, hired for war, 184.

merchantmen
-, frigates built to take place of, in fleet, 297
-, prevented from joining Blake at Kentish Knock by Dutch, 321
-, crews taken from to man fleet, 325.

- See also ships.

merchants, 134.

reports among of Venetian mission to recognise commonwealth, 225, 235
-, government chartering ships from for fleet, 259.

Peneguiao has ample credits on, 284
-, agitate for release of Samson and S. Salvador, 309
-, agitate for protection for Levant trade, 315.

-, English :

declare ships will not serve Turks, 6
-, waiting for instructions from Bendish, 20
-, Bendish threatens to withdraw, 21
-, bribery to get way, 22.

Crow detested by, 11
-, king approves of Crow's treatment of, 21
-, have Crow carried off, 27-8
-, some help Lady Crow, 28.

talk of hiring ships at Porte, 38
-, Bailo warns against entering Dardanelles, 77.

no danger of Turks using ships, 38
-, protest against hiring ships to Turks, 96, 98.

French policy to captivate, 52
-, oppose granting levies to Venice, 60.

usually choose consul at Venice, 62
-, severe measures of Bendish with opponents among, 122.

petition parliament to establish peace, 68
-, decision to have naval force to protect, 80.

agreement with Turks about ships, 98
-, demand for hire, 99
-, a private action, 109.

will not return money for hire, 113.

divided into factions at Constantinopole, 146, 169
-, royalist shipped off in irons, 163
-, sent to parliament, 167.

at Madrid, favour parliament, 171
-, at Zante, representations to against molesting French, 181, 220, 236
-, on rank of Appleton and Badiley, 233.

claim for hire of Pearl, 184-5
-, king of Portugal restores goods, 214.

Barbary agreement with to be punctually observed, 218.

complain of ill treatment by Turks, 264
-, at Leghorn, unwilling to fight, 295.

-, French, heavy losses from privateers, 193.

-, Hamburg, goods of in ships seized by Blake, 313.

-, Venetian, advanced money to Crow, 29.

-, names of, Bromhall, John
-, Campion, Henry
-, Charleton, Richard
-, Davies, Giles
-, Donson, Thomas
-, Erest
-, Farintor, George
-, Fowke, Roger
-, Gifford George
-, Haggett, Paul
-, Hobson, John
-, Hyde, Henry
-, Hyde, James
-, Keble, Geoffrey
-, Perle, William
-, South, John
-, Stanier, Jacomo
-, Symonds, Thomas
-, Tindal, William
-, Vandervort.

Meredith, Major, victory in Ireland, 210.

Messina
-, [Prov. Reggio, Italy], ships trading to, 232
-, Badiley leaves for Zante, 233.

Methwold, William, chosen to be agent at Constantinople, but declines, 254n.

Meulan [Seine at Oise, France] :

despatch dated at, 299.

Middlesex, earl of. See Cranfield, James.

Middleton
-, Major Gen. John, declared a traitor, 104
-, defeated by Leslie, 106.

-, Midelton, Thomas, master of the Elizabeth Maria, gallant action off Crete, 132
-, rewarded, 132-3
-, agreement to serve with ship, 317.

Mila. See Milo.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, Henry Cromwell brings troops from, 142.

military. See army.

militia. See trained bands.

Milius. See Mylius.

Milo, Mila, Cyclades, Greece, Christian fleet off, 113.

Mitton
-, Mirton, Thomas, Major Gen., operations in N. Wales, 77
-, takes Anglesea, 81.

Mitylene, Mettelin, Lesbos, Grecian Archipelago, Turkish fleet cruises near, 258.

Mocenigo, Alvise, Venetian Captain General at Sea, despatches to the Senate, 107, 114.

-, Tomaso, Venetian Captain General at Sea, slain at Paros, 194.

Modena, resident of, at Venice, 121.

admonition to, 189
-, informed of victory at Paros, 194.

Mohammed IV
-, Sultan of Turkey, English ships to serve, 84
-, his powerful fleet, 99.

orders Hyde to be brought back, 159
-, orders to Barbary to observe agreement with English, 218.

Mohammed Pasha
-, Grand Vizier of Turkey, stops English ships sailing, 79
-, shows promise of Bendish to grant ships, 84
-, English agreement with about ships, 98
-, Bendish speaks to on behalf of Soranzo, 100
-, deposed, 100.

Molino, Francesco, doge of Venice :

replies to Killigrew, 136, 145, 160, 172-3, 188, 190, 196-7, 199.

reply to Poniatowski, 142.

reply to nuncio, 177-8.

letters of Charles to, 136, 156, 251.

letter of Killigrew to, 251.

-, -, Savio alla Mercanzia, 156.

Moncale, Ireland, Filk takes refuge in bogs of, 218.

money, desperate need of, 318.

coins : aspro, 113.

crowns, 5, 50, 109-10, 137-8, 167, 179, 293.

dollars, 111n, 309.

doubles, 190, 219, 308.

ducats, 89, 132, 321.

- di banco, 47, 130.

florins, 75, 119.

francs, 235, 303, 306.

Jacobus, 13.

lire, 138, 265.

livres Tournois, 244, 256, 295, 304, 308, 319, 323.

piastres, 159.

pieces of eight, 307, 314, 318, 323, 326.

reals, 6, 7, 22, 28-9, 38, 49, 67, 96, 98, 105, 108, 112, 119.

sequins, 163.

thalers, 125.

- See also coinage.

Monk
-, George, refers to parliament about surrender of Dumbarton, 206
-, Ogilvy parleys with, 210
-, leaves Scotland, reaches London, 218.

Monro
-, Monroe, Sir George, troops sent against, 130
-, advance to Chsintor and retreat, 205.

Montagu
-, Edward, earl of Manchester, speaker of the House of Lords, flees from London, 10-2
-, thanks Fairfax, 12
-, enactments during absence to be null, 13, 16.

-, -, baron, of Boughton, king directs letter to, 32
-, to take peace articles to king, 36.

-, Walter, princes will not listen to about adjustment, 254
-, Mazarin entertains king at house of, 272.

Monte Cristo, Montechristo, island [Tyrrhenian Sea], action off, 280, 282, 285, 313.

Montecuccoli, count of, son of, 118.

Montgomery, Hugh lord, of Ards, takes Carrickfergus, marches on Dundalk, 112.

Montrose, co. Forfar, Scotland, Col. Cooper takes quarters at, 214.

-, marquis of. See Graham, James.

Mordaunt, Henry, earl of Peterborough, declared traitor, 70.

Morea
-, Greece, Hyde withdrew to, 134
-, oil exported from, 194.

-, English consul in. See Ball, Giles.

Moret, Moreta [Seine et Marne, France], despatches dated at, 151, 218-24.

Moro, Antonio, Savio alla Mercanzia, 62, 89.

Morosini, Michiel, Venetian Ambassador in France, despatches to the Senate, 60-1, 64-6, 68, 70-83, 85, 91-2, 94, 96-7, 99, 101-3, 105-6, 108, 110-1, 115-7, 119, 121, 123-4, 126-8, 130, 133-5, 142, 146, 150-2, 156-9, 164-8, 170-2, 176-9, 182, 184, 190, 193, 195, 197-8, 200-12, 214-9, 221-3, 230, 234, 236, 238, 244, 261.

tries to dissipate suspicions about Pauluzzi, 223-4
-, Pauluzzi acting merely as secretary of, 227, 229, 242
-, forwarding of letters by, 229
-, reproves Pauluzzi, 235
-, his sending of Pauluzzi, 268.

letters of Contarini to, 69, 74, 77, 79-84, 86, 93, 97, 100, 105, 108-10.

communication with Basadonna, 129.

letters of Salvetti to, 170, 184, 205, 211.

letters of Pauluzzi to, 224, 226, 228, 230, 233, 236, 240, 242, 245, 248, 252, 254.

letter to Pauluzzi, 235.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador to the Congress at Lubeck, despatches to the Senate, 304, 311, 313, 319.

Morris
-, Col. John, surprises Pontefract castle, 65n
-, flees, 96.

Morton, earl of. See Douglas, Robert.

Mulich. See Meelick.

Mull, Mula, co. Argyle, Scotland, Argyle fortifies, 205.

Munster, Westphalia [German Empire], congress of, Pauw Dutch plenipotentiary at, 86, 249.

treaty of, 42.

Venetian instructions to representative at, 47, 49, 51, 53, 98, 101, 109.

letters dated at, 43, 46, 58, 63, 66, 69, 73-5, 77-86, 88-90, 92-5, 97, 100, 102-3, 105, 109-10.

Murad
-, Aga of the Janissaries, Grand Vizier of Turkey, appointed, 100
-, Bendish asks for confirmation of privileges, 102
-, rewards Bendish for granting ships, 106.

defends detention of Soranzo, 103
-, harsh behaviour with Bendish, 112
-, accuses of betrayal, 112-3.

speaks with Ballarino about peace, 109.

English ships claim to have fulfilled bargain with, 114.

Murano, Veneto, Italy, 247.

Murray, island of,? Inchmurrin, Loch Lomond, Scotland, 207.

Musgrove, Sir Philip, leads rising in North, 65.

Mutton island, co. Clare, Ireland, Irish fortify, 209.

Mylius, Milius, Herman, deputy of Oldenburg to England, takes leave, 218.