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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9, 1592-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.

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D'Aiguillon, Duke of, 1014.

D'Aldegonde, M., agent of Count Maurice, 658.

D'Ancell, M. de, 464.

D'Aquila, Don Juan, his retreat in Brittany, 306, 320;

his operations against Bearnese, 360;

arrested by his own soldiers, 591;

to command Irish expedition, 999;

lauds at Kinsale, 1025, 1028;

his desperate position, 1036, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1050;

his manifesto, 1052, 1053;

his surrender, 1054, 1056;

its terms, 1057, 1058;

his action condemned at home, 1068;

his arrival in Spain, 1072, 1073, 1087;

to command fresh expedition, 1091.

D'Aramburgh, Marco, 629, 634, 635.

D'Aumale, Duke, heads Spanish attack on Amiens, 553;

his duchess arrested by Henry IV., 556.

D'Aumont, Marshal, joins (1592) Henry IV., 23;

commands at siege of Honfleur, 76;

in Brittany (1593), 118;

to command (1594) in Brittany, 309, 322.

D'Auvergne, Count of, visits England incognito, 1017.

D'Avalos, Don Luigi, 436.

D'Aviglianeda, Bernardino (Francesco) Delgadiglio, General of Spanish fleet in Indies, 394, 421;

despatch from, 438;

captures English ship, 492.

D'Elia, Nicol, of Venice, 293.

D'Estres, Gabrielle, Duchess of Beaufort, her lying-in-state and funeral, 791.

D'Havre, Marquis de. See Croy.

D'Idiaquez, Colonel Don Alfonzo, or Alonzo, son of Don Juan, leaves service under Duke of Parma, 94;

released by Henry IV., 362.

-, Don Francesco, 439, 446, 470, 620.

-, Don Joan, Spanish minister, 81, 94, 121, 129, 155, 362, 405, 432, 467, 622, 683, 690, 697, 727, 737, 745.

D'If, Chteau, strange affair at, 596.

D'Oliste, Stefano, 508.

D'Orbeque, Abbe, agent of Duke de Guise at Rome, 72.

D'Orosco, Don Rodrigo, 508.

D'Ossat, Cardinal, 996.

D'Umbes, Prince. See Amboise.

Dabri, Pasquale, German envoy to Turk, 551, 555, 573;

his murder, 623, 636.

Dallam, Thomas, organ-builder, 814.

Dalmatia, French landing in, 856.

Damask, trade in, 1151.

Dandolo da Milo, son of Messer Constantin Chiriaco, master of the ship Veniera and Company, taken by English pirates, 1118, 1126

deposition by, 1127.

Dantzig, grain exported from, to Venice, 109, 343;

English trade excluded from, 611;

arms imported from, to Spain, 1074;

rival of England for Baltic trade, 1160.

Danube, towns of, in hands of revolting Princes of Moldavia and Wallachia, 319;

bridged by Turks, 512.

Darnetal, garrisoned (1592) by Henry IV., 62.

Deal, 505.

Denia, Marquis of. See Lerma, Duke of.

Denmark (1592), King's mediation with England, desired by Spain, 46.

-, (1594), his daughter to marry Count Maurice, 306.

-, (1595), Imperial German Ambassadors in, ordered to England, 359.

-, (1596), invited to join Anglo-French league, 483;

joins, 527.

-, (1597), troops subsidized by, jointly with England and States, 550.

-, -, naval support of England by, 570;

denied, 583.

-, -, invited by Spain to hamper English trade, 624, 644.

-, (1598), James VI.'s claim to English crown advocated by, 709, 712.

-, (1599), trade jealousy in, of Dutch, re Muscovy, 813.

-, -, conference to discuss with England control claimed by, over Norwegian fisheries, 883.

-, -, Spanish ships despatched from, into English waters, 889.

-, (1603), control by, over Baltic trade, 1152, 1160.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, at siege of Rouen (1592), 8;

his opposition to Lord Burghley (1595), 384;

his Cadiz expedition (1596), 419;

goes to relief of Calais, 424, 428, 445;

Cadiz expedition under, sails, 419, 453, see also Cadiz;

expected return, 474;

his return, 498, 505;

personal description of, 505;

his French policy and attempt to force Queen's hand (1597), 586;

return from expedition to Azores, 638;

war policy of (1598), 714, 716, 729;

his refusal to proceed to Ireland, the Queen's anger thereon, 743,

his demands, 758;

advocates despatch of fleet against Spain, 760;

his signature to treaty with Dutch, 773;

his intended command in Ireland (1599), 772, 777;

leaves for Ireland, 793;

his arrival, 797;

his successes, 803, 804;

decimates defeated English troops, 807;

requests reinforcements, 810;

his interview and conclusion of truce with Earl of Tyrone, 822;

his return to England, his arrest, 824, 827, 830, 832, 833, 839;

the Queen's attitude to, 844, 851, 874, 881;

his rebellion (1601), 965;

his execution, 968, 971, 973,

a result of Spanish intrigue, 982, 995,

of Dutch intrigue, 990, 1006;

Henry IV.'s intercession for, requested and refused, 1006;

the Sherleys, his kinsmen, 1153;

the Queen's regret for his death, her recollection of his treaty with O'Neil, 1162. See also Hereford, Viscount.

Diamonds, famous, 96, 399, 404, 447, 876;

worn by Queen Elizabeth, 1135.

Dieppe, declares itself (1592) neutral, 78;

English troops (1593) at, 142, 200, 230;

Henry IV. on way to, 229;

plague among troops at, 230, 235;

conference between Henry IV. and English and Dutch agents at, 238, 239;

conference (1596) at, 419;

news from, 428;

proposed Anglo-French conference (1597) at, 646;

wreck (1598) at, 668;

use of, requested (1599) by Spanish, 815;

governor of, represents (1600) Henry IV. at Chapter of Garter, 876, 881;

mentioned, 1043, 1098.

Diorio, Zuanne de, Greek Venetian, 997.

Djelebi, Achmet, friend of Venetian Ambassador in Constantinople, 269.

Dogaressa, present to, 594.

Dogs, sporting, brought from Venice to Constantinople, 276, 1104.

Dolfin, Georgio. See Dolfin, Giovanni.

-, Giovanni, or Georgio, Venetian Ambassador in Germany, despatches from, 7, 11, 16, 37, 41, 49, 78, 83, 99, 138;

in Rome, despatches from, 382, 407, 434, 532, 590, 606, 644, 667;

in France, as ambassador extraordinary to congratulate Henry IV. on marriage, 929.

Dombel, Thomas, of Plymouth, 1162, 1171.

Dominican father, with catechumens, from Alexandria, 1126.

Dou, Lunardo, ambassador extraordinary, from Venice, to congratulate Henry IV. on marriage, 929.

Donato, Leonardo, Venetian Ambassador in Rome, despatches from, 103, 107, 109.

Doria, Don Carlo, 719.

-, Prince Giovanni Andrea, in command of Spanish fleet for protection of Italy, 144;

his appointment proposed as Viceroy of Sicily, 234;

consulted as to fresh Armada against England, 231, 251;

worsted by English off Cartagena, 296;

calls for reinforcements against Turk, 333;

gives passport to Turkish agent, 405;

summoned by Philip II., 469;

ships under, leave Cadiz to defend Catalonia, 619;

recalled to defend Azores, 621.

Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Angus, 1143.

-, Margaret. See Stuart, Margaret.

-, William, Earl of Angus, his conspiracy, 138.

Doulens, Amiens captured by governor of, 558;

Henry IV. at, 613;

Spanish retreat on, 616;

surrendered by treaty to France, 687, 705.

Dovara, Don Diego, Spanish Ambassador to League, 310, 314.

Dover, 505;

the Queen at, 1013, 1016;

Venetian Agent lands at, 1132;

mentioned, 1142.

Downs, The, 1142.

Dragomen of embassies at Constantinople terrorized, 177.

Drake, Francis, knt. (1592) to receive command of fleet, 21.

-, (1593), about to sail, 121, 152.

-, -, sails to intercept West India fleet, 154, 158, 166.

-, (1595), leaves Plymouth for London to embark, 360.

-, -, his policy to get foothold in America, 364, 373, 384.

-, -, his destination with fleet, 374.

-, -, supposed repulse, 378, 381.

-, -, burns Cadiz and sails for America, 384.

-, -, off Havana, 386.

-, (1596), Spanish squadron leaves Lisbon to seek, 394.

-, -, lands at Havana, 395.

-, -, captures Porto Ricco, 400;

repulsed from, 406.

-, -, sacks Porto Ricco and Castle of Havana, 414.

-, -, off New Carthage, 416.

-, -, worsted in America, 420.

-, -, at Panama, 421, 432.

-, -, details of his defeat by Spanish, and death, 437, 438.

-, -, mentioned, 443, 445, 450, 463, 492.

-, -, his body brought home, 458.

Dreux, 75, 86, 192.

-, M de, French ambassador in Rome, 67.

Drugs, Venetian trade in, 611, 654;

Portuguese trade in, 624.

Dublin, English Viceroy beleaguered in, 852

Dna, journey on, 922, 927.

Dunquerque, besieged by Count Maurice (1592), 39;

family property of Henry IV., 380;

English design on (1595), 380, 386;

(1596), 414;

English agent prisoner at, 423;

Anglo-French agreement as to, 433;

Spanish privateer off, 815;

Spinola destroyed near, 1098;

Flemish galleys molest English shipping from, 1131;

Anglo-Dutch blockade of, arranged, 1136.

Duodo, Piero, Venetian Ambassador in France, despatches from, 338, 342, 343, 354, 365, 370, 372, 374, 376, 379, 380, 383, 384, 385, 387, 390, 397, 398, 399, 400, 403, 410, 414, 415, 419, 420, 423, 424, 428, 429, 431, 433, 435, 441, 442, 445, 448, 449, 453, 455, 461, 464, 468, 474, 477, 480, 482, 483, 487, 488, 490, 494, 498, 500, 503, 504, 510, 513, 517, 521, 522, 526, 533, 536, 540, 543, 545, 549, 550, 552, 553, 556, 558, 561, 562, 565, 569, 571, 575, 578, 582, 584, 586, 587, 592, 593, 596, 597, 598, 601, 602, 603, 604, 608, 609, 613, 614, 616, 617;

in Germany, despatches from, 810, 813, 818, 840, 842, 848, 855, 867, 883, 888, 922, 925, 927, 930, 934, 937, 939, 940, 942, 945, 952, 954, 957, 970, 1008, 1030, 1062.

-, letters to, from Francesco Grademgo, 505;

from Ludovico Vimercato Sanseverino, 602, 604.

Dutch colony for America, 342.

Duvenarde, George de, Lord of Vuarmont Vuonde, Admiral of Holland, Special Commissioner from United Netherlands to England, 773.