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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 19: 1625-1626 (1913), pp. 652-656. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89081 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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d'Ae. See Haye.

d'Albert. See Albert.

Dalmeras, secretary of Queen Henrietta Maria:
-, asks leave to go, but repents, 275.

Damascus, Syria:
-, cottimo of, 236, 363.
-, journey from Persia to, 503.

Damata, Bishop of. See Spada, Bernardin.

Danby, Earl of. See Danvers.

Dandolo, Federigo, Revisor and Regulator of the Customs, 552.

Danielsen, Luke, captain of the S. Andrea, 287.

Danvers, Henry, Lord:
-, made Earl of Danby, 326n.

Danzig [West Prussia, German Empire], 498.
-, merchants may combine for defence, 596.

Da Ponte. See Ponte.

Dartmouth, co. Devon, 588.
-, Star arrives at with Persian ambassador, 335n.
-, Dutch bring prizes into, 578.

De Burgh, Richard, Earl of Clanrickard, Clanricarde:
-, signs proclamation of Charles's accession, 4.

Dee. See Haye.

Delaware, Lord. See West, Henry.

Delft [Prov, South Holland, Netherlands], 457.
-, Spence at, 8; English cloth mart at, 611.

Denbigh, Countess of. See Fielding, Susan.
-, -, Earl of. See Fielding, William.

d'Enuelt. See Hertevelt.

Denmark and Danes, 121, 225, 467, 472, 578, 586.
-, news from, 110, 133, 140, 158, 192, 218, 318.
-, ambassadors confirmed to, 6; Dutch grant guns and munitions to, 8; St. Leger does not insist on English going to, 16.
-, preparations of, 49; Charles sends money to, 50; negotiations for league with, 56, 65, 68, 80.
-, adjustment with Sweden, 73; Hanse towns fear, 102; Mansfelt ready to join army near Cleves, 109.
-, forces of, 128; Mansfelt fears English contributions may be diverted to, 126.
-, Rusdorf urges Charles to support, 131; army moves towards Brunswick, 137.
-, Pesaro urges encouragement of, 138; parliament was to maintain, 147.
-, things not going well in, 155, 158; disarming, 160; Palatine asks support for, 161.
-, Buckingham to get Dutch to help, 176; contributions of Charles to, 177.
-, Dutch support, 189; Venice urges Dutch to help, 194; Buckingham takes money for, 198.
-, Blainville wants help for, 202; Venice wants information about, 205.
-, offices to in interests of France, 213; English money sent for, 223.
-, do not want open war with Spain, 233; proposals excite cavil at Hague, 234.
-, Mansfelt's men in, 241; league with England and Netherlands, 247, 255, 258, 262, 289, 303, 313, 332, 357, 393, 408, 486, 491.
-, Venice wants to know prospects of England and France helping, 251; English take arms to help, 263.
-, (1626):
-, armistice with Wallenstein, 265; position in league, 276; can hardly carry on war without French help, 288.
-, Buckingham says France should co-operate with, 293; Buckingham speaks of maintaining forces, 300.
-, only bound if England pays subsidies regularly, 301; Gourdoun accompanied Anstruther to, 308.
-, English subsidies to, 312, 318, 486, 487; Louis not keeping promises to, 341; advantage of Gabor's diversion to, 348.
-, France likely to subvention, 349, 374; Austrians want to smash, 352; Venice urges support, 392.
-, proposal to use ships of, against Spaniards, 404; condition of forces in, 423.
-, Hamburg stops trade with, 469; Spaniards want to stop supplies to, 474; needs help, 477.
-, Charles will not make peace without consulting, 481; nobility restive, 488, 522.
-, Carleton to ask French help for, 489; Holstein fief of, 496; contributions to, 529.
-, England unable to help, 540; peasants might muster for defence, 549.
-, Council sits upon affairs of, 558; Scotch levies sail for, 589.
-, Spaniards mean to strike at, 564; Dutch may help, 569; English troops for, 572, 581, 585, 588.
-, English threatened with compulsory service in, 576; Saxony urges to come to terms, 589.
-, need of help, 594.
-, Chancellor of. See Ulefelt, James.
-, gentleman of, in England, 356, 386, 414, 440, 463, 488.
-, King of. See Christian IV.

Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, William.

d'Erlach. See Erlach.

d'Espesses. See Faye.

Dessau, Resai [Anhalt, German Empire]:
-, Mansfelt's defeat at, 404, 427n.

d'Estrées. See Estrées.

Deuxponts, Duke of. See John II.

Devereux, Robert, third Earl of Essex, 594.
-, in action at Cadiz, 253; first back, with twelve ships, 269.

Diacmemet, Acmemet, Pasha of Sulistoria:
-, arrests Friar Basil, 246.

diamonds. See jewels.

Diarbekir [Kurdistan, Turkish Empire], 503.

Dickenson, John, clerk of the Privy Council, 193.
-, sent to Denmark, 440; delayed by Zobel, 447; expected at Hague, 450.

Diedo, Daniel, member of Venetian Council of Ten, 122.

Diepholz, Diepholt [Hanover, German Empire]:
-, Mansfelt at, 234.

Dieppe [Seine Inferieure, France]:
-, Jesuits taken at, 15; ships lent to France to be taken to, 35, 141; Pesaro lands at, 439.

Diet:
-, Parliament asked to send representative to, 75; Rusdorf will try and thwart emperor's proposals in, 99.
-, Palatine will not appear at, unless certain of restitution, 100; Rusdorf wants Anstruther sent to, 130.
-, Palatine wants passport for, 131; nature of decisions indicated, 140; Mansfelt's force hindered meeting, 142.
-, Leopold going to, 153; Brandenburg encourages opposition to, 158, 168; Gabor to prevent, 169, 195.
-, proposals of emperor to, 199; Anstruther will confine himself to two points at, 200.
-, assurances to Gabor about, 232; delayed, 277; Palatine urges England to send to, 299, 308.
-, -, See also under Ulm.

Digby, Beatrice, Countess of Bristol:
-, permitted to visit husband in Tower, 500, 516.
-, -, George, Lord, of Sherborne:
-, appeals to Commons for father, 415; set at liberty, 500.
-, -, John, Earl of Bristol, 452.
-, excluded from Council, 12; deprived of vice-chamberlainship, 13; writes to king and Buckingham, 21.
-, expected punishment, 235; petitions for summons to parliament, 381.
-, Buckingham accuses of tempting Charles to change faith, 386; appeals to Lords about summons, 396.
-, Simon Digby declares will share fortune, 397; charges against, 406, 414, 429, 433, 601; recrimination with Buckingham, 414; accuses Buckingham and Conway, 415, 431, 433, 600–2.
-, recovers credit by second speech, 429, 430; attempt to reconcile with Buckingham, 430, 440.
-, differently treated from Buckingham, 432; answers charges, 440.
-, petitions House, long speech of Lords, 448; animosity to Buckingham's partisans against, 453.
-, sent to Tower, 454, 464, 483, 603; kept close, 463; liberty extended, 500, 516; enemies afraid of, 512.
-, to be tried in Star Chamber, 538; Spaniards ask for release, 540; Buckingham excluded at Madrid, 598.
-, James listened to charges against Buckingham, 600; advised not to return to England, 601.
-, -, Simon:
-, lays Bristol's papers before Commons, 396, 397.

Digges, Sir Dudley:
-, one of Buckingham's accusers, 431n; king releases, 432.
-, sent to Tower, 602; Commons obtain release, 603.

Discovery. See Ships, names of.

Dogliani, Count of. See Rye, Mark Claude de.

Dohna, Baron Hannibal von:
-, sent to threaten Brandenburg, 112; to drive out Mansfelt from Hungary, 556.

Dolci, Pietro, Venetian secretary, 14. ill, 33.

Dolfin, Andrea, Savio alla Mercanzia, 455, 552.

Dolphin. See Ships, names of.

Dominici, Domenico, Venetian secretary in Savoy:
-, despatches, 184, 187.
-, speaks to Wake about funeral incident, 184; Wake tells of experiences with Swiss, 188.

Donado, Donati, Savio alla Mercanzia, 413, 455, 552.

Donato, Antonio, Venetian ambassador in England:
-, esteem shown to, 79.

Doria, General:
-, capture of, 48.

Dorset, Earl of. See Sackville, Edward.

Dortmund [Westphalia, German Empire]:
-, treaty of, 58.

Dosso [Prov. Brescia, Italy]:
-, Pappenheim advances to, 170; troops of league retire from, 172.

Douglas, William, Earl of Morton, of the Council of Scotland:
-, arrives at English Court, 278.

Dover, co. Kent, 191, 198n, 291, 439, 493, 514, 564.
-, Charles going to, 34, 75, 81; bright clothes to be worn at, 35.
-, great ladies at, 70; bride to be received at, 81.
-, Barroccio sent to, 84, 93; Morton to confer with king at, 86; ships with fireworks at, 200.
-, Dunkirkers command passage, 245; Pesaro's despatches stopped at, 346.
-, lieutenant of. See Hippisley, Sir John.
-, castle, 87.
-, reported attempt of Catholics to take, 183.
-, Straits of:
-, ten royal ships to keep clear, 148.

Downs:
-, Dunkirkers take English ships in, 6; French ships in, 71.
-, Cecil reaches, 353.

dowry of Henrietta Maria:
-, announced but not remitted, 57; value of, 81; arrangements for counter, 87; paid, 90.
-, to be invested in land, 106; Blainville to treat about investment, 177; Louis asked to pay balance, 318.
-, Buckingham hopes to obtain by settlement, 333; no steps taken about, 417.
-, English try to get, 440, 447, 453, 495, 514; English count upon, 464; French postpone payment, 489.
-, Carleton goes for, 504, 509; amount unpaid, 608.
-, -, of Infanta Maria, 572.

Dragomesti, Dragomestre [Acarnia and Ætolia, Greece]:
-, wheat for, 10, 22, 152.

Dragoniera, M. della:
-, sent by Prince of Piedmont from England, 401.

Duch. See Duyck.

Dulbier, John:
-, to negotiate 200,000 florins upon England, 73; cannot get credit, 78.

Dunkirk, French Flanders, 254, 504, 595.
-, new fortifications, 50; equipping 30 ships, 61; Spaniards want to keep squadron of warships at, 102.
-, blockade at, 154, 161, 162, 167, 186, 192, 202, 237, 533.
-, storm scatters blockaders of, 197, 213; Spinola staying at, 157, 167; Spanish ships for, 176; Infanta and Spinola near, 183.
-, Buckingham's escort may serve against, 218; Dutch collecting fleet against, 252.
-, goods in Hamburg ships, 316; Dutch provision against, 347;
-, Spinola gathering fleet at, 357; preparations at, 383, 398.
-, Spinola going to, 444; sailors leave for Spain, 447; governor of Calais helped, 592; only safe port for Spaniards, 611.
-, -, ships, fleet of Dunkirkers, 578, 579.
-, capture English ships in Downs, 6; take Dutch man-of-war, 52; wreck on Goodwin Sands, 71.
-, men of detained, 76, 83; Bruneau treats for release, 130.
-, order to detain all, 71; storm prevents sailing, 145; Straits of Dover armed against, 148.
-, not started, fresh troops for, 151; suffered in storm, 200; may be sent against Ireland, 209.
-, incursion on Dutch fisheries, 213, 223; Buckingham's ruse to dodge, 222.
-, fleet to stop commerce with Biscay, 225; various reports about, 230; return, 235, 237.
-, to go to Spain, 241; command English waters, 245; lie in wait for English ambassadors, 248.
-, intercept despatches, 266; Dutch take, 273, 277; raid Norfolk, but taken, 335.
-, numbers increased, 335; constant activity, 336; parliament remonstrates about damage done by, 344.
-, Dutch keep watch for, 355.
-, proposed tax to keep sea clear of, 352; take numerous English ships, 383, 387; king's ship takes, 398, 469.
-, fear of in England, 463; squadrons to unite with, 468; may fetch Irish regiment in Flanders, 480.
-, capture two English ships, 522; active, 563, 564, 586, 587, 596; wrecked on Lincolnshire coast, 596.
-, Buckingham responsible for damage done by, 601.

Du Plessis, Armand, Cardinal de Richelieu, Ruscelai, 283.
-, (1625):
-, advance in influence, 14; wins over Baradas, 15.
-, Morosini speaks to about league, 60, 65; Carlisle asks Morosini to approach about league, 65.
-, Buckingham has long interview with, 66; Barberini's object to win, 67.
-, negotiations of English ambassadors with, 67, 68; leaves Paris with Court, 68.
-, Morosini to urge understanding on, 83; signs of declining favour, 84.
-, ill opinion of English, 93; says Buckingham satisfied with his answer, 94.
-, sees fortunes in balance, 109; Morosini tells of funeral incident, 119; sick, 145.
-, Morosini tries to soothe ire against English, 202; does not believe English will do much, 245.
-, Scaglia wants to invite Buckingham, 248; draws up letter for Buckingham, 249.
-, would like Scaglia to go to England, 250; Blainville belongs to party, 252.
-, will see Madame de Rohan, 255, 271; away from Court, 263; wants Scaglia to get Buckingham to come, 264.
-, (1626):
-, Bishop of Mende, nephew of, 275, 288; warm feeling against England, 289.
-, says king does not recall ambassadors at instance of English, 300.
-, sending Bishop of Mende to England, 305; English ambassadors unable to get audience of, 337.
-, English ambassadors go with, to Schomburg, 338; follows maxims of Luynes, 482.
-, letters of Mende to, quoted, 507n, 605n; ambiguous behaviour to Scaglia, 555.
-, English object to naval activitiy, 592.
-, -, Charles, Seigneur de Liancourt, Lioncourt:
-, sells post of first esquire, 7, 15.
-, -, Daniel, Bishop of Mende, Manda, Mandes, Mantes, Mandem, 514, 517.
-, king does not desire familiarity with queen, 129; confers with king and Buckingham frequently, 275.
-, goes with Carleton to France, 282; reasons for going, 283; brings word of trouble in queen's household, 288.
-, Buckingham resents offices, 299; sent to England with king's final resolutions, 305.
-, English suspicion of, 305.
-, to confirm peace and friendliness of France, 356, 360; Carleton calls a spy, 369; arrives, 384.
-, to act as French agent, 403; Buckingham tells cannot change laws for Catholics, 417.
-, tells Charles intentions of Louis about Germany, 426; tells Charles of peace of Monzon, 432, 433.
-, treats about German affairs, 439, 459; objects to persecution of Catholics, 440.
-, Rusdorf gives note to, 447; asks Rusdorf to make remonstrance, 451; hopes to forestall Carleton in France, 497.
-, expected at Gravesend, 505; addresses Charles on dismissal, 506, 507.
-, letters to Richelieu quoted, 507n, 605n; speaks to Contarini on situation, 508.
-, tries to remain behind, but fails, 514, 515; courier reaches at Rochester, 520.
-, forms faction against Charles, 531; said to be going to Rome to tell pope, 547.
-, brief from Rome to, 583.

Durham, Bishop of. See Neile, Richard.

Dutch. See Netherlands.

Duyck, Antony, councillor and pensioner of Holland and West Friesland, Antony Duch, councillor of—Dolan, Dutch commissioner for treaty, 257n, 258.

dye woods:
-, captured by Cadiz fleet, 253.



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