Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 31, 1657-1659. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.
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Yarmouth, state ship, capture of Virgin Mary by, 54n; Dutch ship with Spanish treasure taken by, 81n.
York, duke of. See James, duke of York; Richard, son of Edward IV.
Ypres, Ipre, Ypre [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium]:
-, allies advancing on, 223–4; Spaniards withdraw forces to, 227; French besieging, 243; supposed capture, 246; capture reported, 249.
-, severe defeat of Spaniards before, 243, 246; English behaved with great gallantry at, 253.
Zanardi, Colomban and Pietro, reach London from Paris, 239; observing foreign countries, 240.
Zane, Alessandro, Venetian commander in charge of Angel:
-, carried off to Leghorn by Capt. Rand, 254; detained under pretext of injury done, 258, 260; was transporting troops, 276.
-, offices with Grand Duke, for release, 262; some hope of release, 267, 281; landed, 282.
-, Domenico, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, despatches to the Senate, 30, 39, 81, 87, 93, 101, 161, 237.
Zante, Ionian island:
-, news recived via, 104.
-, some of English squadron at, 190.
-, English trade in currants at, 236, 238.
-, troops from Angel to be sent to, 256.
-, Proveditore of, 113.
-, -, English consul recommended to, 218, 230.
Zante frigate, English merchantman, encounter with Venetian squadron, 207.
Zealand, Denmark, invaded by Charles X, 172; Swedes concentrating in, 281.
-, duke of York seen in, 11; ships of privateer under Spanish flag, 24; Brazil fleet prizes brought into ports of, 134.
-, issues letters of marque against French, 25; Dutch will transfer mail route to, if Flanders blocked, 181.
Zeilon. See Ceylon.
Zurich, canton of Switzerland:
-, despatch dated at, 223.
-, Cromwell hopes to get auxiliary troops from, 128; representations made to, 129; Giavarina's service at, 294.
Zustignan. See Giustinian.