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Index: V

Pages 402-405

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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Valenciennes [Nord, France], archduke goes to see Charles at, 109.

Valette, Valetta, M. de la :

levy for Venice, 37-9, 41, 46, 54, 60, 63-4, 66, 73, 78-80.

offers levy of Scottish prisoners, 76, 79.

Valladolid [Prov. Old Castile, Spain], Cottington to end days at, 171.

Valona [Albania] :

Arabella wrecked off, 188.

Vanderstraten
-, Peter, Dutch consul at Leghorn, informed that squadron sailing away, 263
-, sends to Venice, probably for ships, 280.

Vandervort, Walter, house of, does most of English business at Venice, 133.

Vane, Charles, parliament envoy to Portugal, takes refuge on fleet, 153.

-, Sir Henry, commissioner to inspect fleet, 301
-, report, 302

Vanford. See Wexford.

van Galen. See Galen.

Varennes, M. de, Louis sends to England to stay king's execution, 86.

Varvich. See Berwick.

Vassoy, Walter, offer of levy to Venice, 41.

Vaterman. See Waterman.

Vatteville. See Batteville.

velvet, Kent's petition about, 209.

Venables
-, Venable, Col. Robert, takes Carlingford, 127
-, raises siege of Ballinecargi, 205
-, storms Ballinecargi castle, 213
-, wastes Bunratty, 215.

drives Irish out of Cavan and Leitrim, 215
-, advised of all their councils, 223.

Vendôme, duke of. See Caesar.

Vendramin, Polo, Venetian Resident at Naples, despatches to the Senate, 282, 321, 328.

Venice :

disadvantage from having no minister in London, 37, 53
-, and hire of foreign ships to Turks, 7
-, punished Greeks spreading heresy at Zante, 177.

1647 :

English ships trading at, 13, 38
-, Preston's son wishes to serve, 25
-, pope cannot expect help from, 30.

1648 :

desire to be on good terms with English, 40
-, Digby may go to, 41.

advantage of payment at, 45.

Preston's son going to, 47-8
-, offer of Irish troops to, in return for help, 54.

efforts to prevent foreign ships serving Turks, 54
-, arrangement with for English ships to pass Dardanelles, 63, 66, 79.

1649 :

should get guarantees that ships will not serve Turks, 95
-, English ships to serve against, 106.

victory over Turks, 106
-, overtures for peace with Turks, 109
-, Turks inexorable against only, 113, 122.

Salvetti acting for, with Levant Co., 109
-, arrangement with Co. for letting ships pass, 122-3, 130-1, 135-6.

need of tact and discretion with England, 119, 129
-, Charles distressed at being unable to help, 119
-, Levant Co. assures that ships shall not serve against, 128, 130-1
-, gift to Salvetti, 130.

1650 :

rewards Middleton for gallantry, 132-3
-, trade with English for currants, 133
-, Hyde at to farm currant duty, 134.

representations against privateering, 135, 150
-, and English reprisals, 150.

appeal to not to deal with commonwealth, 139
-, and for friendship with Charles, 140
-, unfriendly treatment by commonwealth, 143.

friendly assurances to Charles, 140-1, 143, 145, 150.

asked to mediate between Sweden and Poland, 142
-, English ships granted against, 163.

English royalists from Turkey to seek asylum, 161
-, desire for English friendship, 162, 165
-, anxiety about English ships and Turks, 168-9.

representations against English help for Turks, 162, 165, 168.

1651 :

misinformed about English ships serving Turks, 170
-, representations against English ships serving, 173, 176, 178, 180.

Philip's appeal for, 175-6
-, thanks him, 180
-, relations with parliament, 175
-, congratulates Charles on success, 199, 201.

promises payment for Pearl, 176
-, demands from on account of, 184-5.

nuncio appeals to against heretic at Zante, 177-8
-, Killigrew came to ask help of, 197.

anxiety about England helping Turks, 179, 180
-, desire for friendly relations with England, 190, 192-3.

will not accept offer of Rupert's ships, 181
-, Salvetti's efforts for, 205.

desire in England for recognition by, 182-3, 185-6
-, desire to send ambassador to, 192.

Spain wants to follow example in recognising commonwealth, 182-3, 186-7.

warning to Residents against smuggling, 180, 190
-, announces victory at Paros, 194-5
-, no minister of commonwealth at, 197
-, Giustinian asks pope's help for, 203.

1652 :

merchant creditors of inclined to appeal to parliament, 211-2.

offer of English warships against, 211.

decision to send Pauluzzi to London, 213
-, expected acknowledgment of Commonwealth, 225, 233, 240, 246.

course adopted by resented, 226-30, 235
-, recognition by desired, 237, 241.

objection to asylum given at Killigrew's house, 215-6
-, objection to his butchery, 246
-, his dismissal, 247-51, 262, 268.

representation against molesting of ships in ports, 221, 236
-, Appleton complains of lack of courtesy, 232.

English regard for, 229
-, and wish to help, 231
-, desire for friendly relations, 290.

friendly feeling for parliament, 229, 231
-, letter to parliament sent, 241
-, text of, 242
-, delivered, 290.

ill informed of English affairs since Agostini's death, 233
-, desire to cultivate cordial relations with English and Dutch, 254.

Fleming grateful for favours received at, 237
-, dismisses Killigrew to please parliament, 250
-, letter to, withdrawing Killigrew, 251
-, Commonwealth pleased at action, 262.

Paulucci takes letter to Speaker, 252
-, opening of confidential relations with England notified, 254.

Council of State well disposed to, 252, 266
-, will give preference for mercenaries, 253.

offer of service to, 256
-, Bendish offers mediation to, for peace with Porte, 257
-, Dutch war stops help for, 266, 271, 287.

Ayscue's presence in Mediterranean will benefit, 266
-, English squadron for, 267.

Browne refers to recognition of parliament, 268
-, Commonwealth ready to oblige with ships and men, 280.

Dutch ships from, to join their Mediterranean fleet, 275
-, Senate deprecates withdrawal of Dutch ships from fleet, 277.

Vanderstraten sends to, possibly for ships, 280
-, van Galen expecting ships from, 296.

question of recognition of parliament, 306, 324-5
-, embassy to contemplated, 311, 315.

reply to letter asked, 308
-, Council of State divided about, 309
-, reply expected, 315.

intimation of desire for cordial relations with Commonwealth, 319
-, Longland sends to fetch English ships away from, 320
-, Poole's mission to, 323-4, 327-8.

English help for, 95
-, contracts for ships to serve, 97, 103-4, 172, 184, 194.

letters and papers dated at, 144-5, 173-4, 189, 191, 196, 200, 251.

Captain General at Sea, 14, 54, 67, 254, 313. See also Foscolo, Lunardo
-, Grimani, Gio. Batt.
-, Mocenigo, Alvise
-, Mocenigo, Tomaso.

Captain of the ships. See Riva, Giacombo di.

Capitan Grande, 189, 196-7.

Cinque Savii alla Mercanzia, 174, 209.

-, reports, 133, 156.

Council of ten, 216.

doge of. See Molino, Francesco.

English consul at. See Frances Michael
-, Guther, Thomas
-, Hobson, John
-, Lorenzon, Thomas.

fleet of, 79.

blockade of Dardanelles, 8, 14, 49, 63, 68.

English and Dutch ships constitute strength of, 74
-, detains English ships, 96, 131, 142n.

action with enemy in July, 110
-, without auxiliaries Turks too weak to cope with, 116.

protest against interrupting supplies to, 221.

Relief captured in face of, 256
-, numbers of foreign ships in, 256
-, scattered by storm, loss of Relief, 258.

representations against withdrawal of Dutch and English ships from, 271, 281, 285, 288, 291, 294, 298, 300, 304, 308, 315.

-, English ships in, 59, 313.

paid punctually, 8
-, Arabella served in, 161
-, talk of withdrawing, 232, 236
-, alarmed by act forbidding foreign service, 287.

engagements for hiring, 103, 139.

Dutch ships from captured by English, 287.

General of the Islands, 177.

Magistracy of Oil, 194.

merchants, 29.

Proveditore General of the Three Islands, 221.

Proveditore General at Sea. See Bernardo, Antonio.

Proveditori di Comun, 209.

Proveditori of Slaughter Houses, 247-6.

Sanità, Board of Health, 181, 232, 275.

Savio alla Scrittura, 47.

Seven Delegates, 161.

house of nuns of S. Gerolamo, 121.

Rialto, 247.

S. Cassano, 247.

S. Fantino, 246-8.

Vexfort. See Wexford.

Vianuol, Pietro, Venetian Secretary at Constantinople, despatches from, 99, 100, 102.

takes refuge in French embassy, 98n
-, Bendish protects, 100.

Vico, Thadio, Venetian Secretary at Florence, despatches to the Senate, 179, 193, 204, 217.

Vienna :

despatches dated at, 90, 106, 121, 132, 154, 163, 166.

Venetian instructions to representative at, 119.

Villeneuve, Marshal de, Charles recommends to Venice, 156-7.

Villiers, George, duke of Buckingham, accused of poisoning James I, 44, 47.

-, -, second duke of Buckingham :

declares for king, 69
-, declared a traitor, 70
-, to be put to death, 94
-, blamed for king's attempted flight, 164
-, escape after Worcester, 204.

Vuahit. See With.

Vualinfort. See Wallingford.