Babylon. See Baghdad.
Bacon, Francis, Viscount St. Albans:
-, death, 393.
Baden Durlach, Margrave of. See George Frederick.
-, Prince of. See Christopher.
Badoer, Badoaro, Angelo:
-, Venetian attempts to assassinate, 518, 549.
Bagg, Sir James, governor of Plymouth:
-, ordered not to disband men of fleet, 270.
Baghdad, Babylon [Mesopotamia, Turkish Empire], 503.
-, Turkish attitude depends upon what happens at, 331, 429, 501.
-, ill successes of Turks at, 542.
Bagni, papal nuncio in Flanders:
-, overtures to Princess Palatine, 523.
Bahia, Baia. See San Salvador.
Bailo. See Ambassadors.
Baiona. See Bayona.
Bairam, Bairan, Pasha:
-, letter to Viceroy of Naples, 233; will not see Roe's paper, 278, 329.
-, desires post of Caimecan, 330; Ganiz Adi makes opposed to truce, 401.
Baltic Sea, 168, 498.
-, danger from House of Austria, 558; Spanish designs on, 587.
Baltimore, Earl of. See Calvert, George.
Bamberg [Upper Franconia, Bavaria, German Empire]:
-, provost of, 581.
Banco del giro:
-, proposal to set up in England, 489.
Banda, island, East Indies, 279.
Bantam, Java, East Indies, 280.
-, English want to trade at, 335.
Bar, _ de, Sieur de Baugy, French resident at Brussels:
-, Venice wishes to intercede for Pasini, 31.
Baraca. See Barajas.
Baradas, Barrada, Francois de:
-, favourite, 7, 8; Schomberg counts on, 14; Richelieu wins over, 15; quarrel with Jesuits, 47.
Barajas, Baraca [New Castile, Spain]:
-, cardinal legate at, 460.
Barat. See Barrett.
Barbaro, Antonio, Venetian Proveditore in Terra Ferma, 181.
-, ordered to pay Lathum's salary, 287.
-, Halil proposes to take fleet to, 23.
-, horses of, 29.
-, Dutch embassy to, 262.
-, Venice fears attack from, 65; attack English ship, but bought off, 164; fear in Spain of, 210.
-, - See also Algiers; Tunis.
Barberini, Francesco, Cardinal, legate a latere to France, the Cardinal nephew, 88, 100, 117.
-, stayed at Lyons, 12; English fear designs of, 35; intended for truce, 36.
-, nuncio meets, 44; king cannot visit, 47; Gondomar to be in Paris for negotiations, 48.
-, Louis to see privately, 49; visit inopportune, 59; Morosini works against, 60.
-, moves slowly, 66; chief object to win Richelieu, 67; stays on in Paris, 68.
-, courier from, at Rome, 84; Dutch afraid of operations, 85.
-, cost of entertainment, 84; insist on armistice and wants satisfaction about Valtelline, 91.
-, pope thanked for sending, 126; announces departure, 145; made much of, 154.
-, departs unsuccessful, 183; Blainville's mission to England to please, 189.
-, Duke of Savoy to confer with, 196; sends Scottish gentlemen to Rome, 265.
-, going to Spain, 268, 306, 313; not responsible for peace of Monzon, 404.
-, illtreated in France, 423; reaches Spain, 460.
Barilli, Barili, Antonio, a Franciscan:
-, accompanies Montealbano to Constantinople, 103; sent to Poland, 220; mission of, 267.
Barcelona [Prov. Catalonia, Spain]:
-, Gondomar going to, 9; supplies million in cash, 32.
-, Genoese send to for troops, 194, 195; English fleet may go on to, 200; warned against English fleet, 246.
bark, Venetian export duty on, 413; reduced, 550.
Barnevelt. See Olden Barneveld.
Baroccio, Barozzi, secretary of the Abbot Scaglia, 229, 362, 477.
-, sent to Dover, objects, 82; in England by Buckingham's order, 85; report of, 93.
-, to go to England, 183; goes for ships for Mediterranean, 191; sent back with king's orders, 200.
-, report to Scaglia, 201; requests for ships, guns and munitions, 228.
-, secret conferences with Buckingham, 452; sent to England again, 456; goes post to Turin, 473.
-, objects of mission to England, 481; Savoy gives up all thoughts of war on report of, 491.
Barons. See peers.
Barrada. See Baradas.
Barrett, Barat, Sir Edward, English ambassador to France:
-, confirmed, 21; to leave on arrival of ambassadors extraordinary, 275.
Baruta, Baruti. See Beirut.
Basadonna, Alvise, Savio alla Mercanzia, 505.
-, -, Z., Savio alla Mercanzia, 356.
-, -, Paolo, Procurator alla Giustitia Vecchia, 552.
Basel, Switzerland, 442.
-, Venetian ambassadors at, 423, 424.
-, despatches from, 423, 424.
Basil, Friar, arrested, 246.
Bassompierre, Francis, Sieur de, Marshal of France:
-, Swiss levies for, 222, 236; negotiation with Swiss, 313; hinders levy of Bernese for Savoy, 393; admits injury to pope, 423; expected at Turin, 435; resignation, 475.
-, refuses post of ambassador extraordinary, 446.
-, ambassador extraordinary to England, 530, 531, 539, 544, 562, 571, 590.
-, expected, 526; may not come if Tillières not received, 527; not to hurry, 532.
-, talks to Simon Contarini about mission, 536, 561; difficulties anticipated, 545; cannot be well received, 546, 547, 560; treatment of, 547, 559, 565, 576.
-, delays departure, 555; reaches London, 564; policy of, 565, 566, 574; says Carleton embroiled matters, 567; extols Carleton's ability, 575.
-, first audience, 573; Mme. de la Tremouille sees, 575; offers French help for peace with Spain, 577.
-, audience at Hampton Court, 581; conciliatory, 582, 583; promises to speak to Buckingham about sending regiments to Denmark, 585.
-, paper presented to commissioners, 591; careful to push credit with king and Court, 592; speaks to Contarini of French affairs, 593.
Batavia, Java, East Indies:
-, English ships at, 407n; defence of, 609.
Bath, Knights of the:
-, fifty-eight created at king's coronation, 320.
-, ordered to wear ribbon and device, 345.
Bath and Wells, Bishop of. See Lake, Arthur; Laud, William.
Baugy, Sieur de. See Bar.
Bautru, Guillaume de, Botro, Botru, Count of Serrant, 249n.
-, -, Nicolas de, Count of Nogent, Botro the elder:
-, selected to go to England, 249;
Louis will not consent to going, 250; Louis gives way about, 263.
-, arrives in England, 275.
-, accompanies Carleton to France, 282; present of jewels to, 283, 288; report on embassy, 288.
-, Pesaro to act with, 295; supposed to have won Buckingham, 325.
-, ambassadors at Brussels, 435, 474; Khevenhuller going to, 572.
-, Duke of. See Maximilian.
Baya. See San Salvador.
Bayona, Baiona, Gallicia, Spain:
-, English fleet retires to, 253.
Bearn [Basses, Pyrenees, France]:
-, Blainville took part in conquest of, 252.
Beaulieu, co. Hants:
-, Charles at, 149, 154n.
Beaumont, Sir Francis, 311n.
-, -, Beomon, Simon de, councillor of Middelburg:
-, Dutch commissioner for treaty, 257n, 258.
Becher, Sir William, secretary to the Privy Council, 400.
-, dispensed at coronation, 31; provision of for fleet spoiled, 76.
Beirut, Baruti, Saida Baruta, Syria:
-, Venice suggests sending silk from, 408, 456, 502, 503.
Bellinzona, Belinzona [canton Ticino, Switzerland], 409, 423.
Below, William de, Danish ambassador to England, 463.
Benaffro, Marquis of. See Spinola, Ambrose.
Bench, the King's:
-, Bristol's cause brought before, 430; Bristol to be tried by, 463.
Beneventi de Benavides, Don Christoforo, Spanish ambassador at Venice:
-, complimentary offices, 101; Venetian ambassadors ask for passport, 236; informs Collegio of English attack on Cadiz, 315, 322, 348; reply to, 322, 323.
-, attempt to raise money by, 521; a failure, 549; king withdraws, 568.
Benica. See Bonica.
Benjamin and John. See Ships, names of.
Bentio, Benzio, Bencio, Giovanni Battista, merchant:
-, petition for restoration of goods in The Faith, 243, 250; Pesaro to act for, 250, 316; agents at London, 578.
Beomon. See Beaumont.
Berck, Cavalier John, Dutch ambassador at Venice, 305, 556.
-, office with about Breda, 87; reply upon, 95.
-, complains about Mansfelt's force, 93; informs Collegio of alliance with England, 202, 203, 256; asks Venice to join league, 306; reply to, 307; asks Venice for monthly payments, 424.
Berenghetnem, Colonel, 585.
Berg, Henry, Count of:
-, hostage to Breda, 69; approaching in force, 133; in the field, 393; successful raid by, 580n.
-, -, -, son of:
-, joins Isenburg, 444.
Bergamo [Prov. Bergamo, Italy], 410, 423.
-, Wake has escort to, 135.
-, Rectors of:
-, to provide escort for Wake, 125.
Bergstadt, Bergstet [Moravia, Austria Hungary]:
-, Mansfelt at, 556.
Berks, Earl of. See Howard, Thomas, Viscount Andover.
Berlingher, Colonel, 423.
-, Feria ready to dismiss, 170.
Berne, Switzerland, 178, 179.
-, letters to Wake, 25, 86; league with Venice, 26.
-, Cavazza to thank, 72; Venetian representations to, about decision upon levies, 72, 77.
-, Venice will use regiments in case of need, 120; Wake going to, 153, 163; Wake's officers at, 182, 196.
-, Savoy wants 4,000 foot from, 207; levies of for Savoy, 217, 219, 220, 224, 227, 228, 242, 268, 297, 393.
-, Savoy expected England to pay for, 277.
Bertie, Robert, Lord Willoughby de Eresby:
-, king decides dispute about great chamberlainship in favour of, 393.
-, Lord Great Chamberlain, 515.
-, meets Alvise Contarini, 511;
to command fleet, 516, 517, 520, 527; leaves for Portsmouth, 533.
-, sails, 555; regiment of, in Netherlands, 594; fleet returns, 595.
Berulle, Verul, Pierre de, 507n.
-, takes dispensation to France, 8; going to England, 47.
Berulle fathers. See Oratory, fathers of the.
Bethune, Hippolyte de, son of Philip de:
-, sent to thank pope for dispensation and legate, 126.
-, -, Marguerite de, Duchess of Rohan:
-, at Court, 230; Richelieu decides to see, 255, 263, 271.
-, -, Philip de, French ambassador at Rome, 460.
-, removes last difficulties about dispensation, 8; objects to appointment of Cardinal Hohenzollern as legate, 84.
-, believes in peace, 272; Cupella said to be in pay of, 338; opposition to treaty of Farges, 413.
-, enquires about Wake, 510; negotiations with Cardinal Magolotti, 510.
Biella [Prov. Novara, Italy]:
-, despatches dated from, 259, 264, 272.
Biscaya, Vizcaya, Spain, 50.
-, money taken from to Flanders, 23; galleons to guard, 48.
-, fleet to stop commerce with Dunkirk, 225; capture Dutch ship from East, 336.
-, Spanish fleet at, 533; stores sent from, 563; ships at, 468; Spanish fleet preparing at, 476, 480.
bishoprics, remain vacant, 594.
-, support Buckingham in Lords against release of Arundel, 387; support Buckingham, 415; English apprehension of pope appointing, 583.
-, position after Reformation, 597.
Bisshop, Richard, executor of Nathaniel Tesson, 353.
Biurmania. See Burmania.
Blacaimville. See Varinières, Jean de, Marquis of Blainville.
-, Turks engaged in, 65; Cossacks encouraged to infest, 220; endeavour to get Turks involved in, 267; Spaniards want port on, 474.
-, Charles visits with Buckingham, 29.
Blainville, Marquis of. See Varinières.
Blanchefort de Crequy, Charles de, Prince of Poix, M. de Crichi:
-, sent towards Savona, 101; ordered to fill up companies, 145; Wake reconciles Savoy with, 254; difference of offices from those of Prince of Piedmont, 313.
Blankenberghe, Blankenberg [Prov. West Flanders, Belgium], 444.
Blavet, River, port of [Morbihan, France]:
-, ship taken by Soubise in, 191.
Blenville, Blenvile. See Varinières, Jean de, Marquis of Blainville.
Blessing. See Ships, names of.
-, Spaniards offer to supply Turks with, 279.
Boet, Boette, Boi, Colonel Nicolas:
-, sent by the Marquis of Baden to Wake, 590.
Boetzelaer, Gideon van, lord of Langerach, Dutch ambassador in France:
-, at wedding of Henrietta Maria, 44; informs Louis of alliance with England, 235.
-, says Spanish naval preparations feeble, 331; tells of imprisonment of Arundel and Bristol, 483.
-, says Dutch mean to prosecute war in Flanders, 493; courtesy to Venetian ambassadors, 509.
Bohemia and Bohemians, 393, 584, 599.
-, emperor to be asked to pardon, 58.
-, merchants from, in England, 223.
-, Gabor's designs in, 285; troops from, for Hesse, 342; Gabor ready to attack, 490.
-, fear of rising in, 510; James lost, 606; Elizabeth takes jewels from, 611.
-, King of. See Frederick V, Elector Palatine.
-, Queen of. See Elizabeth, Princess Palatine.
Boi. See Boet.
Bolloron. See Pooloroon.
-, obtains loan from Grand Duke of Tuscany and goes to inform Italian dukes of attack on Cadiz, 304, 322.
Bon, Filippo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 36, 356.
Bonamissa, M. de, Gabor's agent to Porte:
-, imperial resident fears mission, 471; tells Caimecam news spread by imperial resident is false, 543; not satisfied with reply to Roe, 563.
-, asks ambassadors to help about investiture of Gabor's wife, 580.
Bonfadini, merchant. See Chizzali.
Bonifacio, San Bonifacio, Corsica:
-, English fleet expected to attack, 261.
Bonica, Bonika, Benica (Ponikau), gentleman from the Margrave of Baden:
-, negotiations in France and England, 595.
Bonne, Francis de, Duke of Lesdiguières, Constable of France:
-, near Gavi, 41, 42; success makes Feria anxious, 48.
-, differences with Duke of Savoy, 49; wants English fleet in Mediterranean, 82.
-, Feria engages, 90; says skirmish will mean war, 91; Wake takes letters of credence to, 113.
-, Louis sends troops to, 128; recovering, 132; Louis angry with, for loss of Gavi, 145.
-, urged to relieve Verua, 183; Wake wishes to speak with, 188.
-, joins Duke of Savoy, 195; arrives at Moncalier, 217; wants to withdraw, 245.
-, helps surpress fortresses of Languedoc, 301; Cavoretto meets at Grenoble, 332.
Bonoeil, Bonogli. See Thou, Renè de.
Bonython, Capt. John, governor of Falmouth:
-, will not let Menty have St. John, 191; orders Menty to withdraw, 251.
-, Blainville demands explanation from, 283.
book of maxims, in manuscript, studied by Charles, 27.
books, See Admonitio Christiana; Appello Caesarem; Misteria Politica, Prodromus Vindictœ.
Bordeaux [Gironde, France]:
-, ships arrive from with wine, 388.
Bormio [Prov. Sondrio, Italy], 478.
Boros. See Burgh.
Bosnia and Bosnians:
-, give Roe annoyance, 542.
-, Pasha of, 43.
-, to go to Buda, 126; to help Pasha of Buda, 532; to keep powerful forces on frontier, 556.
Botro, Botru. See Bautru.
Bouchorst, Nicholas, lord of Noortwijck, Nicolo Abucors, lord of Norduich:
-, Dutch commissioner for treaty, 257n, 258.
Boueria, Father Zaccharia, of Saluzzo, Capuchin:
-, dealings of Savoy with, 255; Scaramelli to find out about, 256.
Bouillon, Duke of. See Tour, Frederick Maurice de la.
Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France], 34, 69.
-, Buckingham to receive queen at, 51; Charles may go to, 62, 75.
-, Buckingham's ladies to cross to, 70; Buckingham goes to, 77; Henrietta reaches, 81.
-, Blainville at, 177, 183; Spaniards allowed to enter port, 562.
Bourbon, House of, 497.
-, -, Anne de, Countess of Soisons:
-, leaves Court, 53.
-, -, Louis de, Count of Soissons:
-, leaves Court, 35; absence of, 532.
-, -, Mary de, Mlle. de Montpensier:
-, marriage of Gaston of Orleans, 527, 545.
-, -, Condé, Henry II, Prince of, Prince of Condé, 109, 532.
-, -, Charlotte Margaret, wife of, Princess of Condé:
-, contemplated order to leave Court, 109.
Brabant [Prov. Belgium]:
-, English demand repayment of loan to, 162, 194.
Bragadin, Alvise, Procurator alla Giustitia Vecchia, 552.
Brandenburg, German Empire:
-, Mansfelt in, 434; Margrave wants Mansfelt out of, 464.
-, Margrave of. See George William.
Brazil, South America, 206.
-, news of recovery at Madrid, 102.
-, Spanish fleet of:
-, fear English fleet will fall in with, 95; return anxiously awaited, 172;
-, blockaded in Cadiz, 208; fortunate could not reach Cadiz, 209.
-, expected at Cadiz, 210; rich ships of arrived, 253.
brazil wood (? guirine), verzin:
-, goes straight from Indies to Amsterdam, 355; duty on, 363, 413; reduction of duty on, 551.
-, distributed at coronation, 31.
Breda [Prov. North Brabant, Netherlands], 94, 202, 203, 410.
-, siege of, 26.
-, English troops not to meddle with, 1; English to relieve, 16; Palatine says English to help, 38.
-, failure to relieve, 46; Mansfelt does not want blame for loss, 61.
-, treats for surrender, 69; must fall, 71; capitulates, 72, 78, 80, 83, 101, 111; rejoicings at Madrid, 78.
-, Venetian offer about, 87; Mansfelt neither helped nor hindered, 93; Dutch take loss courageously, 95.
-, Morgan made reputation at, 610.
Brederode, Peter van, Dutch agent with the Swiss:
-, calls on Venetian ambassadors, 423.
Bremen, German Empire:
-, King of Denmark near, 123; 137; Mansfelt reaches, 215.
-, Dutch want English to land near, 225; Charles asked to land troops near, 342.
-, burgomaster of, See Zobel, John.
Brescia, Bressa [Prov. Brescia Italy], 410, 590.
-, French levies muster at, 83; Wake escorted to, 134; Wake passes through, 135; escorted to, 134; Wake passes through, 135; escort for ambassadors to, 401.
-, Captain of. See Leze.
-, Podestà of. See Ponte, Antonio da.
-, Rectors of:
-, to provide escort for Wake, 125.
-, della Torre inn, 135.
Bridgewater, Earl of. See Egerton.
Brielle, Brill [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands]:
-, pledged to England, 408.
Brindisi [Prov. Lecce, Italy]:
-, proposal for free port, 278.
Bristol, Countess of. See Digby, Beatrice.
-, -, Earl of. See Digby, John.
Brisuater, Earl of. See Egerton, John, Earl of Bridgewater.
-, English ships seized in, 263; English goods seized in, 494.
Brog, Bruce, Sir William:
-, commands Scots in Netherlands, 610.
Brooke, Broke, Lord. See Greville, Fulk.
-, letters of, 427n.
Bruce. See Brog.
Bruch. See Greville, Fulk, Lord Brooke.
Brumagna. See Burmania.
Bruneau, Brumeo, Jacques, Spanish secretary in England:
-, sends to hasten Gondomar, 9; offers satisfaction for reprisals, 28.
-, avoids attending James's funeral, 55; remonstrates at imprisonment of Dunkirkers, 71.
-, complains of orders for arrest of ships, 76; treats for release of Dunkirkers, 130.
-, backs Tailor, 148, 157; reply of Charles to, 158; proposed dismissal, 185, 204.
-, writes for orders, 223; ordered to leave, 245, 254; present to, 254; will not leave without seeing king, 271.
-, reports English downhearted, 274.
-, Danish army moves towards, 136; Halberstadt arrives in, 215.
-, Buckingham speaks of maintaining forces, 300; Denmark near, 434; to be kept for elder brother, 467.
-, question of succession to, 488.
-, Congress at, 269.
-, danger of, 276; English wait to see what will happen at, 285; no prejudicial decision at, 293; broken off without result, 299.
-, -, Dowager Duchess of. See Elizabeth of Denmark.
-, -, Duke of. See Frederick Ulric, Duke of Brunswick Wolffenbuttel.
-, -, See also Christian of Brunswick.
Brussels, Belgium, 31, 151.
-, news from, 134, 241, 439, 459.
-, Argyle and Tyrone leave for Scotland and Ireland, 89; Gondomar goes to, 127.
-, edict against Scotch and Irish merchants at, 257; secret council appointed at, 402, 421.
-, congress at, 435, 474; peace overtures from, rejected, 521; advances from to Elizabeth, 523.
-, overtures by Scot from, 533, 540; Khevenhuller going to, 572; courier sent to Argyle in, 586, 592.
Bruti, Christoforo, dragoman:
-, account of interview with Roe, 175.
-, Coke pricked sheriff of, 344n.
Buckingham, Countess of. See Villiers, Mary.
-, -, Duchess of. See Villiers, Katherine.
-, -, Duke of. See Villiers, George.
-, King sends to Venetian ambassadors, 461, 466.
-, peace made at, 92.
-, -, Pasha of. See Mehemet; Mortesa,
Buglion. See Tour, Frederick Maurice de la, Duke of Bouillon.
Burgh, Boros, Sir John, ex-governor of Frankenthal:
-, to serve in fleet, 73.
-, troops of, 46.
-, proposed diversion in, 243.
Burlamacchi, Filippo, merchant, 590, agents at Hague to remit money for Mansfelt, 132.
-, negotiations with for 700,000 florins, 218; orders for payments to Mansfelt, 515.
-, gets money for English troops in Netherlands, 520.
Burmania, Brumagna, Biurmania, R. van, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England:
-, chosen, 68; commissions, 79; intentions, 85.
-, arrives and pays respects to Charles, 99; Pesaro visits, 103; views of commissioners to treat with, 104, 105.
-, reply about Mansfelt, 118; remains in London, 122; moves to Staines, 129.
-, not to conclude but to send reports, 133; Charles detains for negotiation of league, 136.
-, keeps away from Court, 141; Bruneau alarmed by presence, 148; summoned to Southampton, 149.
-, agrees to abandon Germany as hopeless, 155; begins discussion with commissioners, 156.
-, Charles offers alliance to, 161; states plans of league, 165; requests of Venice, 166; will try and induce France to come in, 176.
-, presents to, departure, 177.
-, remark about king's favour for Buckingham, 416, 604, 605; Buckingham's generosity to, 605.