Index: S

Pages 415-424

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 35, 1666-1668. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.

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Saasburg, Thomas, Dutch resident at Brussels:
-, not at celebration of victory, leaves Brussels, 32.

-, anxiety caused by scarcity of, 36; cruel measures to secure, 41.
-, Dutch fleet short of, 60; sickness rife among Dutch, 78.
-, Louis wishes to recall all French, from Holland, 111.
-, many Dutch found on board Flemish ships seized, 122.
-, French shortage of, la Roche St. André to enlist, 140; unwilling to serve in fleet, 149.
-, enlistment of, proposal to take from colliers, 158.
-, Danish fleet waiting for, 164; enlistment of, for Venice, at Leghorn, 207.

St. Albans, earl of. See Jermyn, Henry.

St. André, S. Andrea Alombrun. See Puy, Alexander du.

St. Bernard:
-, friars of, captured on French ship and executed, 77.

St. Christophers, San Cristofolo, St. Kitts, West Indies:
-, effect of war in, 10; French attack English in, 10.
-, French sending troops to, 13; French victorious in, 28; French repulse attempts to recover, 64, 181; English fleet sails against, 189.
-, ship from, at La Rochelle, 127; one half to be restored to England at peace, 181; anxiety about restitution, 271.
-, rival claims of English and French to, 300; English claim by treaty of Breda, 306; restitution ordered, 314, 321; English sceptical about, 321.

-, governor of. See Sales, M. de.

St. Cloud [Seine et Oise, France]: 27.

St. Eustatius, Eustachio, W. Indies:
-, French capture, 127.

St. Germain en Laye [Seine et Oise, France]:
-, ministers frequently consulting at, 141.

St. Helens, Cingle, isle of Wight, co. Hants:
-, English fleet withdraws to, 72; fleet to leave and seek Dutch, 87.

St. Louis, French merchantman: 160.
-, dare not leave Leghorn, 156.

St. Malo [Ille et Vilaine, France]:
-, Bellefonds to join ship at, 109.

St. Patrick, royal navy:
-, escort for Gothenburg ships, 124n; captured by Dutch privateers, 141n.

St. Romain, baron of. See Senevas, Melchior de.

St. Valery [Somme, France]:
-, troops sent to, to help Dutch, 63.

St. Vincent, Cape, Portugal:
-, French ship captured off, 163.

Sales, M. de, M. de Rainsy (sic), French governor of St. Christophers:
-, attack on English, 10.

Salio. See Chaliot.

-, Dutch supply to Denmark, from Spain, 332.

salt fish:
-, cargo of, at Leghorn, 143.

-, at Leghorn, from E. Indies, 236.

Salvatierra [Prov. Alava, Spain]:
-, articles of peace drawn up at, 216.

Salvator del Mondo et Anima del Purgatorio:
-, efforts for release, 1; released, 48.

Salzburg, archbishop of. See Thurn, Guidobald von.

Sampson, John:
-, sent by Southwell to inform Sandwich of state of affairs in Portugal, 202.

San Maldich, count of. See Aerssens, Cornelis van, lord of Somerdijk.

San Roman Colbany, M. di, treasonable correspondence with English, 92.

Sandwich, Sandovich, earl of. See Montagu, Edward.

Santa Caterina, island of. See Providence.

Santander, St. Ander [Prov. Santander, Spain]:
-, Sandwich going home by, 218, 220.

Saramane. See Surinam.

Sattino, Samuel, Marchesini arrested at suit of, 324.

Saunders, Robert, captain of the St. Patrick, 141n.

-, Castelmelhor sought asylum in, 190.

-, duke of. See Charles Emanuel II.

Saxony, elector of. See John George II.

Scanderoon. See Alexandretta.

Scheveningen [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, English fleet off, 56n.

Scialto. See Chaliot.

Sciona, duke of, letter to, 160.

-, French contemplate landings in, 19; rising in, crushed, 116–7.
-, Danish squadron steers to north of, 29; Denmark promises to make landing in, 114.
-, merchant ships for Holland follow long route round, 32.
-, Ghent cruising off north of, 177n.

-, lieutenant general of. See Dalziel, Thomas.

-, guard of, returning to France, 183.

search, right of:
-, Dutch send fugitives to Jutland to exercise, 37; Spanish concession to English about, 136.

secretaries. See under ambassadors.

secretary of state. See Bennet, Henry, earl of Arlington; Morice, Sir William; Trevor, Sir John.

-, one of the English factions, 195.

Senevas, Melchior de Harod de, baron of St. Romain, French ambassador in Portugal:
-, Spaniards blame for stiffness of Portuguese, 112; doing utmost to thwart Spaniards, 193; to represent danger of Portugal breaking away from France, 201.

Severner, —, sent to Breda to prepare for congress, 150.

Sheerness, Charnassi, co. Kent:
-, Dutch attack and capture fort at, 170, 171n.

Sheres, Henry:
-, returning to Spain with ratification of treaty, 188; arrives at Madrid, 195–7.

ships, merchantmen:
-, reported capture of 20 by English, 24.
-, expected from E. Indies, 29.
-, many reach Holland after battle, 32.
-, Dutch send frigates to search, for contraband, 37.
-, Turks require service of, 43, 83; Venetian representations against use by Turks, 120.
-, large convoy of, from Gothenburg for England, 99; reaches Thames in safety, 124.
-, none at Cephalonia, 118; arrivals at Leghorn, 143, 145; flow of to Leghorn beginning again, 193, 198.
-, Vincenti's efforts to hire, at Leghorn, 132–3, 136, 143, 145, 163.
-, six building at Amsterdam for France, 139.
-, several captured by privateer Hopeful Providence, 140.
-, high demands for, 163; costly to hire for Candia, 262.
-, from E. Indies, at Leghorn, 236; to bring horses from Rotterdam, 261.
-, one sent to Candia with salted meat, 263; passage of, to Candia, 270.
-, proposed toll on at Strait of Gibraltar, 264.
-, toll exacted from at the Sound, 264.
-, failure of tobacco crop will deprive of cargo, 271.
-, quarantine on, from Rouen and Flanders, 286.
-, inventions for sudden destruction of, 309.

-, Danish:

four defeat seven English, in Mediterranean, 130.

French will ask for 300 sail, 140.

-, Dutch:

preparing to put to sea, 29; preparing for Muscovy, 37; English attack on, at Berghen, 157.

take refuge at Vlie, 56; burning of, 60, 69.

reported capture of fourteen with munitions for fleet, 64.

rich fleet of, from Indies, expected 64; reaches Bergen, 65.

convoy of, at Cadiz, valuables removed from, 80.

Venetian representations against granting to Turks, 85.

fleet sent out to bring in safely, 86; States forbid to put to sea, 103.

one from E. Indies wrecked, 92; at Smyrna, salute Genoese, 96; expected from Copenhagen, 106.

Louis desires to purchase, for war, 107, 109, 111.

orders to Cadiz to prevent encounters with English, 123.

five of Amsterdam captured by English squadron, 124.

alarm about, guards increased, 126; Smith carries rich one into Hull, 177.

two capture three English off La Rochelle, 127.

Spaniards will treat English in same way as, 136.

from E. Indies, Ghent goes out to convoy home, 175; anxiety about, 179, 181.

seven sailing for Mediterranean, 193.

surfer constant injury from Algiers pirates, 221.

at Texel from Greenland, 271.

carrying munitions and troops to Candia, 283.

6000 of to 4000 English, 312.

-, English:

three fight three French off Brittany, 6.

Danish squadron to exclude from Baltic, 29.

Smyrna convoy at Leghorn, 29; five at Leghorn with oil, several others there to make convoy, 34; at Leghorn from Smyrna, 40.

two with grain taken by Spaniards, 34; six captured in French waters, 106.

burned at Gluckstat by the Dutch, 68.

alleged promise of to Turks, 83; Venetian representations against granting, 85, 227–9, 233, 237, 239, 243, 251; orders to prevent serving Turks promised, 131, 234, 244, 249, 259.

at Smyrna, salute Genoese, 96; squadron for Mediterranean to escort, 103.

convoy of, expected at Cadiz, 123; fleet for Strait ready to start, 126.

24 from Smyrna capture three Dutch adventurers, 124; seven beat five French, but beaten by four Danish, 130.

French privateers capture some weekly, 126.

three captured by two Dutch, 127.

absence from Cephalonia deplored, 132; beginning to reappear there, 151.

leave London for Leghorn, 132; 60 convoyed to Cadiz, 146; 20 convoyed to Messina, 155.

Spanish concession about, 136; three frigates to escort to W. Indies, 138.

one at Leghorn for Apulia, 143; three from London at Leghorn, one wrecked, 145; six at Leghorn, 198.

convoy of, in Thames, for Barbadoes, 170; 15 to recover St. Kitts, 271, 300.

Dutch take four, from Smyrna and Lisbon, 181.

Venice asks king's help in hiring, 203; St. Albans suggests Venice hiring, 211; Venice wants to hire, 228, 310, 323; difficulties about, 231.

Rupert has squadron of, for hire, 211; suggestion he shall lead against Turks, 308.

suffer constant injury from Algiers pirates, 221; less subject to reprisals by corsairs, 303.

sent to Levant under auspices of Levant Co., 237; squadron at Cadiz, 278; four leaving for currants, one goes to Naples, 304.

-, Flemish:

twenty carried into Flushing and seized, 122.

Louis orders Dunkirkers to attack, 130.

-, French:

fight with three English, 6; frequent losses of, 11, 37.

Dutch victory enables to leave port, 37; forbidden to sail, 64; special orders for protection of, 126.

Turks demand use of, 43; Turks will not get any, 83.

friars of St. Bernard captured on one, 77; convoy of, at Cadiz, valuables removed from, 80; will not salute Genoese, 96.

privateers capturing English ships regularly, 126; five defeated by English in Mediterranean, 130; tartanas taken by Tangier squadron, 192.

three taken by English off La Rochelle, 133; one taken off Cape St. Vincent, 163.

Spaniards will treat English in same way as, 136; search ship with envoy from Madrid, 176.

four leave La Rochelle with troops, 138.

captures by, 140, 146.

three galleys, with cardinals, escape to Porto Longone, 155; treated better than English at Leghorn, 238.

Ostenders busy preying upon, 194.

offer to send salt to Denmark by, 332.

-, Genoese, saluted by English and Dutch at Smyrna, 96.

-, Hamburg, Dutch burn one, in Elbe, 68n.

-, Maltese, Ventelet made to pay for capture of one, 43.

-, Norwegian, Ruyter gets information from, 170.

-, Spanish:

nineteen capture two English, 34; seize English levies and horses off Ostend, 191.

one detained at Tangier, 192.

one taken by ship of Jamaica, 253.

Gamarra gets Dutch to withdraw sequestration of, 331.

-, Swedish:

at Vlie with guns for Dutch, 56; Dutch take one in Elbe, 68n; Dutch release and give passports to go to Portugal, 164.

-, Venetian, taken by English, off Cadiz, 185.

-, names of. See Bonaventura; Buonesperanza; Cambridge; Centurion; Charles V; Cleane Harde; Defiance; Diamond; Duivenwoorde; Dunkirk; Fairfax; Foresight; Fort de Hooningen; Hopeful Providence; Isabella; Jersey; John and Margaret; Jules Cæsar; Leopard; Lion; Loyal London; Matthias; Nightingale; Norwich; Oxford; Pearl; Plymouth; Portland; Portsmouth; Prophet Elias; Prudence Mary; Rainbow; Reserve; Resolution; Roe (ketch); Royal Charles; Royal James, Royal Oak; Royal Prince, Ruby; St. Louis; St. Patrick; Salvator del Mundo; Sorlings; Spirito Santo; Swiftsure; Virgin; Vittoria; Warspite.

Sicily, island of:
-, squadron of, sent to Levant by queen's orders, 265; Spain should defend in Candia, 299.

Sigismund III, king of Poland, succession of, 294n.

-, -, Anne, daughter of, 294n.

-, English ship with cargo of, 40.

-, hose, weavers of, French charged with enticing away, 300, 313.

-, memorial against French, 318.

Simmern, prince of. See Louis.

Smith, Smit, Smitz, Sir Jeremy:
-, importance of presence in battle, 17; narrow escape from van Ghent, takes rich prize into Hull, 177.

Smyrna, Asia Minor:
-, ships from, at Leghorn, 29, 40; ship from reaches Holland, 32; English and Dutch ships at saluted Genoese, 96.
-, ships from reach England, 124; Dutch capture English ships from, 181.
-, Harvey's ship not to go beyond, 229, 237, 244; Harvey to travel to Constantinople by land from, 238.

Solzbay (?):
-, complaint about French landing at, 167.

Somerdijk, lord of, marquis of Somerdich. See Aerssens, Cornelis.

Somerset, Henry, marquis of Worcester:
-, godfather to Prince Edgar, 187.

Sorlings, royal navy:
-, to convoy stores from Gothenburg, 99.

Sound, the:
-, Danish squadron sent to, 29; ships from, at the Vlie, 56.
-, reported capture of Dutch fleet from, 64n; Dutch fleet sent to convoy ships from, 86.
-, Denmark imposes new duties at, 264; Danish admiral to negotiate about tolls, 332.

Sousa, Antonio de, Portuguese secretary:
-, says decided to accept French alliance, 84n.

-, de Tavares, Don Henrique, count of Miranda, Portuguese ambassador in Spain:

reserve with Belegno, 313, 318, 321.

-, Vasconcellos, Don Luis de, condo de Castelmelhor, Castelmilior:

reply to Sandwich awaited, 105; utterly French, 190.

fall of, 190n; banishment of stays quarrels, 199.

Southwell, Soutavell, Sir Robert, English minister to Portugal:
-, staying awhile at Madrid, 4; at conference with Medina, 8.
-, returns to Lisbon, 20; surprise visit to Madrid, 83; surmises about visit, 84–5, 94; Spanish mistrust of, 96.
-, Sandwich not pleased at visit, 85; Sandwich silent about conferences with, 90; sends gentleman to Sandwich with reply of Lisbon, 95, 111.
-, messenger from at Madrid, 169; peace articles of referred to, 216.
-, Spain desires to find out sentiments of king, 190; says Portugal will not make peace without France, 195.
-, Sandwich's start delayed by advices from, 195; Godolphin waited to hear from, 196.
-, sends Sampson to inform Sandwich of state of affairs in Portugal, 202.

-, revolt of Dutch from, referred to, 21; Batteville injured by his action for precedence, 293.
-, 1666:
-,-, interest in affairs of France and England, 3; Sandwich speaks to Zorzi on alliance with, 20–1; French threat to in Flanders, 22.
-,-, displeased with Fanshaw's negotiations in Portugal, 4; Venice hopes for settlement satisfactory to, 39.
-,-, French offer mediation to, 12; French offer of alliance to, 41–2, 53–4.
-,-, ships from captured, 24–5.
-,-, regret Dutch victory at sea, trying to preserve neutrality, 33.
-,-, decided in to send Lisola to England, 40; English awaiting result of negotiations with, 53, 57.
-,-, French help to Portugal hampers, 45; France disturbed by report of peace with Portugal, 68, 70.
-,-, policy as between England and France, 53; pleased to see English and Dutch at grips, 57.
-,-, indecision may drive English into arms of France, 54; talk at Paris of alliance with England, 70.
-,-, dislikes dependence of Dutch on France, 59; party of, discovered in Netherlands, 78.
-,-, Vienna interested in English negotiations in, 59; arguments upon alliance with, 66.
-,-, policy merely to gain time, 71; Sandwich makes allowance for tardiness of, 74; but surprised at obstinacy over punctilio, 75; Sand wich criticises methods of, 93.
-,-, negotiations at Vienna dependent on, 80; Carlingford's complaints of, reported by Pötting, 89; Pötting urges to embrace English proposals, 100.
-,-, justification of deliberation in dealings, 89; not pleased to hear of relief of others, 93.
-,-, resentment at silence of Sandwich, 89, 93; want assurance about inclination of Portugal, 107.
-,-, imperial Court refers decision to, 99.
-,-, reported secret understanding with England, 102; discussing settlement of trade difficulties with England, 112.
-,-, unwilling to give fresh offence to Sandwich, 108; proposed representations to England about Portugal, 114–5.
-,-, threat to join enemies of England if no redress in W. Indies, 110; Sandwich told that could buy as good a peace without mediators, 112.
-,-, policy of with France and England, 113; party in favouring negotiations with France, 116; decision to hear Embrun, 117.
-,-, Embrun encourages suspicion of England among people of, 115; England likely to become enemy of, if alliance not accepted, 120.
-,-, hoping to secure Flanders by detaching Dutch from France, 118.
-, 1667:
-,-, Sandwich's trade negotiations with, proceed satisfactorily, 118–9.
-,-, Portuguese wish to bring matters to a head with, 119; Sandwich urges ministers to come to decision, 122; inclined to truce with Portugal, 125.
-,-, advantage of English alliance to, 120–1; considers trade proposals one-sided, 135.
-,-, France wants to keep Portuguese wound open for, 122; Portugal on defensive against, 129.
-,-, ships with cargoes for, seized at Flushing, 122; money remitted from to Flanders, 144, 152.
-,-, money sent to England from to assist Catholics, 123; strong interest to prevent peace in the North, 142.
-,-, Sandwich says will realise mistake of trusting to France, 129; Godolphin and Sandwich complain of methods of negotiation, 131–2, 154; would like to detain Sandwich without conclusion, 151.
-,-, French rupture with likely to follow peace with England, 133; Pötting warns his Court of dangerous position of negotiations in, 136.
-,-, alleged subsidy for Anglo-Austrian alliance, 134; denied, id.; German princes recommend Louis to have peace with, 165.
-,-, desires accommodation, 140; large French offers to Charles to make alliance against, 142; French suspect Charles of being won over by, 143.
-,-, Dutch do not want to see at war on their frontier, 142; continuation of war a boon for, 148.
-,-, negotiations with England left in state of uncertainty, 143; English alliance costly to, 154.
-,-, English want peace to include, 144; French war on considered settled, 149, 156; general dread of French attack on, 155.
-,-, English grant levy of Irish to, 144–5; expecting levy of English for defence of Brabant, 166–7.
-,-, mission of Nantia to, 145; French ship with grain for, 156.
-,-, money sent from, to England, 152; Dutch wish to adjust French dispute with, 159; French hope to intimidate Dutch by, 166.
-,-, Munster treating with for own advantage, 161; Embrun believes Louis will have forestalled with Charles, 164.
-,-, renews peace with England with grant of trade privileges, 162.
-,-, question of return of Jamaica to, 162; proposed alliance with England, 162–3; Molina urges alliance, 166; in good train, 183.
-,-, question of peace with Portugal to be taken up, 162; emperor urges peace with Portugal on, 167, 180; Pötting points out feebleness of counsels, 169.
-,-, neutrality of England tends to advantage of, 167; Lisola trying to get English help for, in Flanders, 180.
-,-, French believe England preparing to go over to, 167; France fears peace may lead to declarations in favour of, 177.
-,-, will not budge beyond truce in Portugal affair, 169; Portugal affair entrusted to Caracena, 172; believes negotiating direct is easier, 173.
-,-, abandons mediation of England for that of pope, 179; decides to treat with Portugal as between kings, 182–3.
-,-, peace of Breda expected to favour, 180; fall of Clarendon expected to strengthen party of, in England, 183.
-,-, French offers to detach England from, 181; Ruvigny to thwart English levies for, 182.
-,-, decides to refer Portuguese settlement to Charles, 183, 186; resentful at Sandwich's caution, 187; independent attitude of Sandwich to, 188.
-,-, defeat in Flanders will involve war in Italy, 185; interest of Rome in, 186.
-,-, amazement at delay over papal mediation, 186; difficulties over peace with Portugal, 188.
-,-, report in France of alliance with England, 187; French ambassador at Lisbon does utmost to thwart, 193.
-,-, sending ample assurances to Portugal, 189; extreme difficulties of enforce action, 190; Sandwich gets final decision from, 192; suspicions of Sandwich, 197.
-,-, likely to restore captures by Ostenders, 191.
-,-, Dutch ready to help if sure of England, 198: Dutch demands of, for defence of Flanders, 199; Dutch want to force to make peace, 206.
-,-, Vienna might act independently of, 198; English think France should restore what taken from, 206.
-,-, English trade demands of, hinder alliance, 200.
-,-, peace with England renewed, 200.
-,-, difficulty in raising money required, to secure friends, 200.
-, 1668:
-,-, suspicious of Sandwich's intentions, 206–7; ample powers given to Sandwich, 208.
-,-, every means being employed for peace with Portugal, 207.
-,-, Lisola and Molina want Dutch assurances for, 210; France means to press advantage over, 214.
-,-, position in Netherlands, English policy about ambiguous, 213; Anglo-Dutch alliance considered injurious to, 215.
-,-, terms of peace with Portugal, 216; honours to Sandwich on journey through, 217.
-,-, Monk asks about help for Candia, 227; help of, 239.
-,-, difficulties in way of alliance with England, 231; mission of Gascoign to, 278.
-,-, Lille ready to expel French if supported by, 233; and strait of Gibraltar, 264.
-,-, will oppose Clarendon's return, 267; heavy cost reason for delay in sending embassy to, 329.
-,-, should be concerned to save Candia, 299.
-,-, Boreel criticises government, says division of realms would be easy but injurious, 299; Boreel's opinion of, 300; Sandwich speaks of conditions in, 318.
-,-, Genoa supplies galleys for, 300; Dutch export salt from, for Denmark, 332.
-,-, claim of Sweden against for troops at Bremen, 325, 330; English and Dutch ready to discharge debt but will recoup themselves, at cost of, 330.
-,-, trying to prevent action by Sweden that would weaken alliance, 326.
-,-, English leave defence of own coasts to, 327; cost of Sandwich's embassy to, 329.

-, army of, 191

-, Council of State: 210.

discusses French offer of mediation, 12, 55.

Embrun's proposals referred to, decides to temporise, 42; reserved attitude, 48.

intimation by Fuentes in, on policy, 54; Fuentes admits proposals to, 70; Fuentes says wishes to enjoy fruits of peace, 71.

French fear may agree with English proposals, 57.

proposed answer to Sandwich, 58; sends Fernandez to sound Sandwich about Portugal, 84.

imperial Court urges to take decision, 99; resuming negotiations about Portugal, 102; requires assurance from Portugal, 107–8.

satisfied with queen's oral assent to treaty, 108; blames French for stiffness of Portuguese attitude, 112; upset by Embrun's demand for Junta, 117.

gives Medina leave to encourage Sandwich with hopes, 113.

decides that trade and Portugal negotiations must be dealt with together, 135; disposition in to treat separately with Portugal, 163.

many in do not favour truce, 164; powers for Sandwich signed by, 192.

suspicious of Sandwich's demand for written powers, 197.

-, Council of war, 191.

-, fleet of:

Beaufort visits flagship, 5.

squadron to stop duchess of Nemours, 6–7; Beaufort to protect against, 11; leaves coast clear to Beaufort, 26.

activity of causes Portuguese to think of peace, 149.

-, Junta of:

to treat with Sandwich, begins operations, 32; no further meeting, 33; second meeting with, Sandwich argues for an adjustment, 38–9.

slackens, constant interruptions, 55; Sandwich impatient with, asks for decision, 57–8.

Sandwich asks for meeting with, dislikes his office, 95; sittings suspended, 96; meetings resumed, 102, 151.

Sandwich reports Portuguese reply to, 111; suspects understanding between Charles and Portugal, 115.

Embrun asks for one and refused, 117.

powers of, for Sandwich, 197; decision will settle about his journey, 197, 199.

many meetings, 198; Sandwich annoyed at behaviour, 199.

Sandwich asks to see powers given by queen to, 199.

king of. See Charles II, of Spain; Philip IV.

queen regent of. See Maria Anna.

ships of. See ships, Spanish.

-, Dutch complain of behaviour of, over naval victory, 32.
-, Beaufort's fleet prevents succour to, 36.
-, Embrun stirs against English, 115.
-, letters to French forces intercepted by, 184.

Spinalonga or Carabuse, Crete, port of, 284.

Spinola, Ambrose, marquis of Benaffro:
-, precedent of quoted, 150.

Spirito Santo, merchant ship at Cephalonia, 51.

Spragg, Sprach, Sir Edward:
-, attacks Dutch in Thames, 178; pursuing advantage, 179.

Stanhope, Philip, earl of Chesterfield:
-, attends Colbert to audience, 252.

States. See Netherlands.

Stersom, Colonel:
-, attempt at landing frustrated, 46n.

Stockholm, Sweden: 114.

Strait, the. See Gibraltar, Strait of.

Stuart, house of:
-, England never enjoyed felicity since advent of, 77.

Suda, Crete, port of, 284.

Suffolk, countess of. See Howard, Barbara.

Suresnes [Seine, France]:
-, van Beuninghen goes to see Lionne at, 137.

Surinam, Saramane [Guiana, S. America]:
-, Dutch demand restitution of fort, 201; restitution ordered, 215; restored by Willoughby, 227.
-, considered more valuable than New Belgium, 227.

-, proposed mediation by, 2; policy uncertain and suspect, 5, 12, 35; Andilly to find out intentions, 24; France refuses mediation, 44.
-, memory of conquests in Germany, 6; Dutch searching ships for goods of, 37.
-, Denmark fears attack from 7; English defeat expected to change attitude, 24; threatens Denmark if helps Dutch, 35.
-, France purchases neutrality of, 35, 52; defensive alliance against, 51.
-, concerned in relations of England and Austria, 40; talk of alliance with Austria, 45.
-, designs against Bremen, 51; adjustment with Bremen, 110.
-, ministers ready to resume mediation, 53, 56–7; Dutch ask Charles to accept mediation, in writing, 74.
-, guns from bought by Dutch, 56.
-, emperor trying to draw to other side, 71; dissatisfied with position of affairs, real aims not disclosed, 91.
-, greatly to interest of for quarrel between northern powers to continue, 95, 101.
-, Dutch appoint deputies to hear peace proposals of, 101; mediators of suggest places for peace congress, 109.
-, suspected secret arrangement with England, 101–2; mediation of, conducted as neutral, 131.
-, Dutch trying to induce not to attack Denmark, 114; prefers war to peace, 134.
-, English hope to use, to make trouble in Germany, 120; England unwilling to offend by accepting emperor's mediation, 125.
-, English offer to, to attack Munster, 120; influence on Dutch policy, 152; French want to keep Dutch intimidated by, 166.
-, eager and ready to steer course at sign from Louis, 161; will have nothing to do with French designs on Flanders, 164–5.
-, proposed alliance for safety, 163; will labour sincerely for peace, 165; intentions uncertain, 173, 181.
-, relations with Dutch improved, 164; Denmark nervous about, 169; anticipated attack on Denmark, 173.
-, treaty on naval matters signed with Dutch, other difficulties under examination, 175.
-, peace forced on, by English and Dutch, 200; asked to join with England to save Flanders, 209; share in triple alliance in hope of war, 214.
-, alliance with England and Dutch, 215, 217; ratification of treaty arrives from. 246.
-, alliance of emperor and Austria with, 268.
-, clamouring in England for promised subsidies, 314.
-, claim of against Spain for troops at Bremen, 325.
-, claim that Dutch pledges for the debt, 325; suggestion that England and Holland shall pay, 330.
-, Dutch get Carlisle sent on embassy to, 326; to get to continue in triple alliance, 330; nothing will induce allies to offend, 331.
-, ambassadors of, method of reception altered by, 279.
-, council of, discusses enterprise of Bremen or attack on Dutch, 161.
-, fleet of, only put for demonstration, 44; making ready, 169.
-, king of. See Charles XI.
-, ships of. See ships, Swedish.

Swiftsure, royal navy:
-, lost in N. Foreland battle, 16.

Swiss Cantons:
-, treating to enter triple alliance, 267; Dutch ready to concede, 272; cool off about alliance, suspicion of, 327.

Sylvius, Sir Gabriel:
-, sent to Brandenburg with congratulations on marriage, 237n.