Maastricht, Mastricht [Prov. Limburg, Netherlands]:
-, Monterey sends troops to, 200; Orange said to be negotiating cession to Spaniards, 306; reported cession of, 313.
-, governor of. See Frederick Magnus, prince of Salm.
Madasco, Lorenzo, asks for free entry of ships, 283n.
Madeira, island of, 88.
Madrid, Spain, 75, 134, 170–1, 263:
-, despatches dated at, 21, 77, 82, 90, 95, 100, 118, 126, 134, 145, 155, 164, 174, 182, 195, 198, 211, 216, 228, 235, 277, 284, 295, 308, 322.
-, letters dated at, 3, 4, 194.
-, papers dated at, 190–3, 277.
-, Colbert's opinion of Dutch negotiations at, 52; Beverning's negotiations at a failure, 90.
-, treaty made at, 70; France complains to about prohibition of wine, 111.
-, Molina awaiting instructions from, 97, 121; courier from robbed, 107.
-, Innsbruck match to be negotiated at, 123, 132.
-, Fresno leaves, for England, 135; England sending fresh instructions to, 140.
-, treaty with Dutch sent to, from the Hague, 140; Sunderland threatened war at, 207.
-, Sunderland arrives at, and takes house, 145; Villars arrives at, 155n.
-, Fresno sends to, about Innsbruck match, 265.
Maesland [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, English ambassadors land at, 251.
Magnon, ? Mesnou, M., French captain, killed at Solebay, 231–2.
Maidstone, lord. See Finch, William.
Maitland, John, earl later duke of Lauderdale, Laderdel, secretary of state for Scotland:
-, Mocenigo's account of, 68; confers with Dutch ambassadors, 183; informs them of declaration of war, 185.
-, dukedom conferred on, 205.
-, likely to benefit Catholics in Scotland, 247; opens parliament, 252; speech of, 253; gets parliament to provide force of 25,000 men, 273.
-, seconds mild policy of king in managing subjects, 252; signs acts of Scottish parliament, 296.
-, Buckingham brings over to his side, 318.
Malaga, Andalusia, Spain, 330.
-, news from, 118.
-, rate of consulage at, 297.
-, Bastione of, 122.
-, Dodington complains of abuses at, 128–9; bum boats at, 287.
-, appointment of viceconsuls at, 160, 280; Hailes says necessary, 257; memorandum about, 288–9.
Malines, Mechlin [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium]:
-, Monterey fears surprise at, 278.
Manchester, earl of. See Montagu, Edward.
Manenti, Mainenti, Advocate:
-, Dodington complains of, 150; reply about, 159; Dodington asks for pardon of, 159; suspended, 160–1; Senate granted demands about, 176.
Mann, John, farmer of the customs, 108n.
-, proposed exclusion of all foreign, 2, 5; question in abeyance, 8.
map, a new, of coasts of England, France, and Holland, 226.
marble, from Genoa, cargo of, 273.
Margaret Theresa, wife of Leopold I, the empress:
-, gives birth to daughter, 172; Gascoigne pays respects to, 226.
Margate, co. Kent:
-, Victory captured off, 212; Dutch ships sunk off, 229.
-, Dutch commissioners land at, 229n.
Maria Anna Joseph, sister of emperor Leopold:
-, reserved as bride for Charles, 38.
Maria Anna, daughter of Leopold I:
-, birth and death of, 172.
Maria Anna, queen regent of Spain:
-, letters to ambassador at Venice, 2, 3; will not part with Schomborg's regiment, 82.
-, Boreel encourages belief in cooperation with, 47; Leyonberg criticises policy, 49; Molina informs of levies being raised, 87n.
-, Dutch urge to comply with French demands, 74; Molina says Dutch much more disturbed than, 75.
-, at junta about Panama, 81; attitude to filibusters, 85; Godolphin expresses regret to about Panama, 95.
-, will not yield any more to France, 93; determined to remove cause for fresh ruptures, 97.
-, Godolphin to assure of England's intention to keep peace, 97; efforts to keep her out of the war, 117.
-, Molina awaiting fresh instructions from, 121; orders Molina to proceed to France, 135.
-, only wants restitution of money from Modiford, 136.
-, may have scruples about ratifying treaty with Dutch, 140; not in interest of to join Dutch during minority, 142; desire to detach from Dutch, 145.
-, speech of ambassadors to, 145n.; English hope will be more prudent than Monterey, 147; decision awaited, 165; Fresno tries to get declaration that England will not break with, 174.
-, Godolphin awaiting furnishings to present to, 154.
-, Monterey believes emperor will follow lead of, 162; reasons for haste in making treaty with Dutch, 169; despatch of conveyed secretly to Brussels, 171.
-, claims that England bound to come in, if France attacks Flanders, 169.
-, Guasconi to discover true attitude about York marriage, 170; urges match on Viennese Court, 227.
-, Fresno says will act boldly in next campaign, 174; York thinks has been misinformed, 188.
-, ratifies alliance with Dutch, 177; demarche to prevent ratifying, 190–1; reply of, 191–2.
-, Charles considers ungrateful, 189; asked to remain neutral, 191–2; English ambassadors threaten with war, 192.
-, offers mediation with Dutch, 192–4; bound to support Dutch out of gratitude, 202.
-, desires good understanding with England, 201; regrets failure of representations, 207; crowns cannot dispute right to help Dutch, 237.
-, present to Sunderland at leave taking, 216.
-, Monterey informs of Brandenburg's march to help Dutch, 237; Monterey obedient to instructions of, 325.
-, will not suffer detriment to Flanders, 245; agreed that must defend Netherlands on Dutch soil, 263.
-, England will avoid provoking to a desperate war, 279; England regrets that risks breaking peace with France, 282; would prefer to make war in company and seek durable peace, 313.
-, terms of Innsbruck marriage contract to be sent to, for ratification, 303.
-, feared that declaration from may produce general war, 313; and attack on Charleroi, 328.
-, -, confessor of. See Nithard, Johan Everard.
Maria Eleanora, Mademoiselle d'Elboeuf:
-, proposed Swedish match for, 318.
Maria Theresa, queen of France, 53.
-, Louis claims Holland in right of, 179; Monmouth received by, 200.
Maria Theresa, daughter of Louis XIV, death of, 184; mourning for, 198.
Marie Frances, of Nemours, queen of Portugal, 70n.
Mariemont [Prov. Hainault, Belgium], 7.
marriage, proposed between duke of York and princess of Innsbruck, 143.
-, suggested by Spaniards, 38; domestic jealousies interfere with, 41, 44, 76.
-, Charles would welcome alliance with house of Austria, 38; agrees that brother may marry again at his pleasure, 112; king's change of attitude to explained, 114.
-, Sunderland to treat of at Madrid, and ministers to be sent to Vienna, 123; Court awaiting result of negotiations, 132.
-, Gascoigne's mission about, 144, 170; Gascoigne to await result of queen's illness, 172.
-, reception of proposal at Madrid, 164, 170; sanguine reports about there, 198.
-, importance of, because of succession, 168; being pushed on, but alternative considered, 203.
-, Fresno hopes to win over England by, 175; will not be pressed in England till close of campaign, 222; Spain hopes to use politically, 228, 304.
-, proposal carefully examined at Vienna, 196; Gascoigne reaches Vienna, hopeful of success, 214.
-, Gascoigne opens negotiations about, 226; received with favour but caution, 227; Vienna cautious about, awaiting outcome of campaign, 234.
-, stranded at Madrid, difficulty over religion, 227–8; manifold difficulties over important articles, 270.
-, Fresno claims to have all instructions for conclusion of, 237; obstructed at Vienna, 275; Spaniards believed to be thwarting, 326.
-, increasing difficulties at Vienna over, 240; Charles writes to dowager empress to assist, 252; Charles asks for but will not stand chicanery, 267; Gascoigne counts on authority of empress over, 328.
-, Gascoigne hopeful about, 252; Peterborough appointed ambassador to ask for bride, 265; Gascoigne careful to conceal negotiations from Gremonville, 303–4.
-, keen desire in England for, 275, 307; but disheartened by numerous difficulties in the way of, 285; whole Court rejoices over conclusion of, 309.
-, articles settled and sent to Spain and England for ratification, their purport, 303; reported concluded in London, 306, 309.
-, Gascoigne goes to inform Innsbruck about, 304; objection to clause in articles for assisting emperor, 327.
-, reported clause in contract of, touching France, 317; assurances given to France about, 318; French view of effect on relations, 323.
-, reply expected from Vienna about, 323; York distressed at delay over, but does not suspect brother, 326.
-, suspicion that being used to break up alliance with France, 327; no inclination at Vienna to change scope of treaty, 328.
Marseilles [Bouches du Rhone, France]:
-, news from, 78.
Marsin, Marsino, Jean Gaspar Ferdinand count of:
-, appointed Orange's governor, 320.
-, Monterey sends troops to Orange under, 320.
-, house of, at Antwerp, 261.
Martel, French vice admiral:
-, incident with, at Leghorn, 317; expected to join Estrées off Portugal, 328.
Martinello, Francesco, an outlaw, gondolier to Dodington, 129.
-, Dodington gives reason for employing, 97, 130; Venetian complaint about, 100.
Mary, princess of Orange, daughter of Charles I:
-, early death of, 63.
Mary, royal navy:
-, in action against Algerians, 78.
Massue, Henri de, marquis de Ruvigny, Rovigni:
-, appointed ambassador to the Dutch, 80.
Master, English shipmaster, 141.
Mastricht. See Maastricht.
Maurice, Prince. See Nassau, Maurice of.
Maximilian Henry, of Bavaria, archbishop elector of Cologne:
-, dispute with the city, 93, 131, 135, 162; dispute adjusted, 145.
-, means to remain neutral, 135; said to have declared for France, 138.
-, means to demand Rheinberg from Dutch, 145; French assistance for, 193–4.
May, Mr., wounded at Solebay, 232.
Mayence [German Empire], elector of. See Schönborn, John Philip von.
Maynard, William, lord, lord Meynars, made comptroller of the household, 324.
Mazarin, Giulio, Cardinal, 83.
Mechlin. See Malines.
Medelin. See Mödling.
Medici, Anna de', widow of archduke Ferdinand of the Tyrol:
-, submits to emperor's will about daughter's marriage, 196; favours the match, 227; provision for, in marriage contract, 303.
-, Cosimo III de', Grand Duke of Tuscany:
present of duke of York to, 34; Finch informs of death of duchess of York, 48.
Finch has audience of, about demands, 45; relations with England, 71.
Finch takes leave of, 48; anxious to show esteem for Charles, 144, 210.
his visit to England as prince, 144.
Gascoigne confers with, 149; Gascoigne to withdraw property of subjects of from Amsterdam, 170.
presents galley to Charles, 210n.
-, Vittoria de' (née Rovere), widow of Ferdinand II, grand duchess of Tuscany:
Finch takes leave of, 48; sends present to Queen Catherine, 50.
Medina Celi, duke of. See Cerda, Antonio de.
Mediterranean Sea, 158n.
-, entry of English into injured Venetian trade, 57; England's interest in trade in, 70–1.
-, merchantmen for, awaiting convoy, 315; value of goods in, still held up, 319.
Medrano, Pietro de, letters countersigned by, 3, 4.
Meerman, Merman, Johan:
-, mission of to England, 175; not hastened, no sign of negotiations, 179.
-, arrival on man of war, has audience, 182; ready to make concessions, but only if peace guaranteed, 183; king avoids acquainting public with negotiations of, 188.
-, declaration of war announced to, 185; Charles explains attack on Smyrna fleet to, 187–8.
-, asks and obtains audience of congé, 188; leaves in yacht, 189, 195.
Melchiori. See Monlioni.
Melo, Francesco de, Portuguese ambassador at the Hague:
-, has orders to reside in England, 84, 86.
-,-, ambassador in England:
opposition to reception, 114–15; awaiting orders from Lisbon, 126.
queen pays cost of embassy, 115.
public entry and audience, 127n.; queen persuades king to receive, 132.
exchanged visits with Colbert, 136.
urges master to join alliance to prevent Spain helping Dutch, 222; commissioned to enter alliance, 277.
goes to Sheerness to congratulate York, 228.
king criticises Spanish policy to, 320.
-, not seen in England, 55.
Menezes, Ruy Tellez de, Portuguese ambassador in England, 86n.
merchantmen. See ships.
-, and currants, 8, 17.
-, reluctant to compete with Jews for salt fish trade, 11; do not desire exclusive privileges for, 16.
-, at Venice, self seeking, 17; write about salt fish trade, 329.
-, and herring trade, 72.
-, and viceconsuls at Venice, 127–8.
-, and transport of wheat to Levant Islands, 133, 146, 160.
-, consoled by arrival of ships from Portsmouth, 262.
-, Arlington to consult about commercial treaty, 272.
made large profits by sale of munitions in war of Candia, 58.
Venetian orders for good treatment of, 8, 247; made large profits by sale of munitions in Candia war, 58.
suggested combination of, for currant trade, 29.
in Ionian islands, invited to state grievances, 31; exactions from, 86; Alberti to be on watch for appeals from, to Court, 92.
at Leghorn, attend embarcation of Clifford's body, 50.
not taxed in production of cloth, 58.
object to hostilities against Algerines, say interests of country sacrificed for glory, 88; circulate news of Spragge's victory, 103.
Dodington complains of harsh treatment of, 97, 99, 127–8, 130, 149, 150–1.
Alberti to get to send wheat to Levant Islands, 110, 120, 158.
would welcome diminution of trade to eliminate undesirables, 121.
Venetian orders to prevent extortions from, 136; and to encourage to trade, 137.
attestations of challenged at Venice, 150.
petition king to recover debts due by Venice, 151; permit to lade oil at Venice, 209.
alarmed by fear of war with Spain, 174; king allows to ship foreign sailors, 199.
complaints of extortion from, at Zante and Cephalonia, 240–1, 254; only desire continuance of good usage, 254–5.
paper presented by against Scagno, 248.
and charges on goods arriving at Venice, 253; get royal letters by importunity, 279.
king will be pleased at what Venice does for, 255; orders for good treatment in Levant Islands, 260.
Hayles gets several to sign memorial about consulage, 286; agree to his suggestion about consulage, 296, 298.
not one failed in London since war, 295.
many oppose Hayles' proposals for consulage, 302; called upon to provide income for Hayles, 319, 321.
one has ship captured, to get insurance, 306.
dealings about consulage at Venice, 324, 326.
approach Alberti about act for salt fish, 327.
-, Venetian, 42.
not one in London, 33; petition for relief from double duties in England, 270; suggestions for trading to England, 299; firms should establish themselves in London, 319.
-, names of. See Aelst, Jan van; Carob; Cordell, Thomas; Cronstrom, Abraham; Foscari; Fustinoni, Rocco; Gefferli, John; Hailes, George; Harby, Sir Clement; Hobson, John; Madasco, Lorenzo; Migrelli, Antonio; Morelli, Alvise; Pendarvis, William; Ravenscroft, John; Sautini; Vaim, Onofrio; Vare, William; Wyld, Edward.
Merlin, royal yacht:
-, demands salute from Dutch squadron, 100, 102–4; another encounter, salute conceded, 109; Ghent denies having saluted, 116.
Merman. See Meerman.
Mesia, Antonio Francesco, de Tobar y Paz, conde de Molina, Spanish ambassador in England:
-, efforts to get England to check France, 1; to make representations against French behaviour, 3; presses demands, 7.
-, dissatisfied with king's attitude, 1; insistent that England shall join against France, 5.
-, to make representations about treatment of Lorraine, 3; not on good terms with Oñate, 38; does not want him as successor, 75.
-, hopeful about enlargement of alliance, 7; has audience and presents emperor's letter, 9; urges inclusion of emperor, 11, 25; reply unsatisfactory to, 14, 17.
-, not discouraged, 9; hopeful of Spain recovering what is lost, 10.
-, believes Charles will be good ally, 10; talks of fears of landing in Ireland, 24.
-, entertains king, 11; expected to entertain, 15; chapel of, for Catholics, 76.
-, writes to Lisola deprecating pushing of England, 17; blamed for mismanaging affair, 25; does not enjoy full confidence of Court, 44.
-, rails about French designs against Flanders, 25; asserts French going to conquered territories, 27.
-, remonstrates at English reserve, 28; cooler, says reserve natural, 30; remarks on credulity of English in making giants to the king, 47.
-, has nothing to do with suggestion of archduchess for James, 38; chapel kept up by, 62.
-, suspects secret understanding between England and France, 41, 44, 84; uneasy, 44.
-, tries to soften remarks of Boreel, 41; continues negotiations, but no sign that getting a hearing, 49.
-, ordered to proceed to France, 46, 135; taking leave at Court, 47; in no hurry to go, 75, 88–9, 91, 96, 101.
-, confounded by favour shown to Colbert, 51; says little about arbitration, 75.
-, reported probability of attack in the Indies, 77; complains of attack there, 84–5, 88; expects worse, 89; making no further complaints, 93.
-, Lorraine a topic for, 78; only ambassador left in London, 88; not frequenting the Court, 89.
-, speaks of levies granted by England to France, 85; report to queen about, 87n.; jealous of Colbert's influence, pessimistic views, 90.
-, complains that nothing said about arbitration, 91, 93; speaks of yacht sent about flag, 104.
-, says English should not complain of preparations to send to W. Indies, 97.
-, major domo of robbed near Peronne, 99, 101, 107.
-, imparts news to Alberti, on aggressive intentions of France, 105; extreme sincerity, avoided false alarms, 109.
-, no longer expecting to go to Paris, 107, 112; says France will not share Dutch spoils with Spain, 119.
-, would have liked to intervene in flag dispute, 107.
-, considers presence in England necessary, 121; Fresno coming to relieve, 125.
-, not to insist on punishment of Modiford, 127, 136; suggests way for peace in America, 135.
-, says German princes will resist French encroachments, 135.
-, Melo visits French ambassador before, but makes no fuss, 136; expected at Paris, 144.
-, reported that England not allied with France against Dutch, 155.
-, Fresno taking house occupied by, 170.
-, Spanish ambassador in France:
-,-, Louis complains to, of Monterey's action, 196; Monterey informs of Brandenburg's march to help Dutch, 237.
Mesnou. See Magnon.
-, princes on, levy exorbitant duties on wines, 102.
-, English fleet cruising off, 251.
Mexico, N. America, 76.
Meynars. See Maynard, William, lord.
Michiel, Francesco, Venetian ambassador in France, 112.
-, despatches to the Senate, 87, 103, 112, 120, 134, 143–4, 167, 172, 180, 187, 194, 200, 214, 227, 235, 249, 268, 294, 305, 323.
-, correspondence with Alberti, 132, 141.
Middleton, —, raising men for French service, 101.
-, John, earl of, governor of Tangier:
Gaylan arranges peace with, 322.
-, petition to introduce manufacture of silk stockings, to Venice, 84.
-, prince of Ligne to be governor of, 199.
Millington, Francis, appointed commissioner of the customs, 108n.
Minigaglia, Gio. Battista:
-, Harby appointed as viceconsul at Cephalonia, 289.
-, all copper coins to be issued from, 265, 280.
-, Buckingham's privilege for making, 299; Alberti forwards information about trade, 330.
-, unpolished Venetian glass for, 300, 327; question of trade in, 309.
-, makers of, Venetian, 327.
-, polishers of, Buckingham treats harshly, 300.
-, with ambassador in England, 73.
-, Piero, Venetian ambassador in England, 13.
letter of York commending, 6; kept open chapel for Catholics, 62.
baggage lost with Speranza, 20.
reports interview with Dodington, 28–9; Dodington may have been checked by, 42.
account of England by, 54–73; tried to stimulate friendship of England, 72.
enjoyed great esteem at Court, 72; present to, at departure, 73.
reported building of galleys for England, 89.
wants to see copy of king's letter to Venice, 152n.
originated trade proposals, 239.
-, Piero, Procuratore, 73.
Mödling, Medelin [near Vienna, Austria]:
-, despatch dated at, 214.
Modyford, Modiford, Charles:
-, committed to Tower, 85, 111; released, 135.
-, Sir Thomas, governor of Jamaica, 85.
intention to make example of, 86; king promises to punish, 95; recalled, 111; back, 126; sent to the Tower, 127, 135; Spain wants restitution from, 136.
Molina, conde de. See Mesia, Antonio Francesco.
-, base, 58.
-, cheekens, 152n.
-, crowns, 82, 94–5, 243, 269, 303.
-, dollars, 254n.
-, doubloons, 101.
-, ducats, 2, 20, 35–6, 83, 109, 178, 209, 241, 255, 258, 265, 280, 286, 292–3, 296–7, 300, 305, 311, 319, 321.
-, farthings, the new, 265, 280–1.
-, florins, 33, 35, 105, 107, 119, 165, 186, 200, 303.
-, French livres, 161, 165, 222.
-, lire, 82–3.
-, pieces of eight, 58–9, 127, 216, 284, 297.
-, reals, 10, 16, 86, 153, 196, 241–2, 254.
-, rix dollars, 206, 329.
-, soldi, 293.
-, thalers, raistallers, 21.
-, value of the Venetian ducat, 280, 299.
Monk, Christopher, duke of Albemarle:
-, concerned in murder of Virnill, 40; installed as knight of the Garter, 75.
-, George, duke of Albemarle, 67:
as knight of the Garter, 75.
Monk, royal navy, captain killed at Solebay, 232.
Monlioni, or Melchiori, Marc Antonio, called Bertan or Santo:
-, Dodington asks for pardon of, 255, 263, 265, 312; replies about, 260, 265, 270; Senate means to let matter drop, 267; Dodington renews appeal for, 270–1, 273; Arlington says nothing about, 293–4.
Monmouth, Mommut, duchess of. See Scott, Anne.
-, duke of. See James, son of Charles II.
Monmouth, royal navy:
-, court martial held on, 158n.; Monmouth sails for Dieppe in, 197.
Mons [Prov. Hainaut, Belgium]:
-, Monterey alarmed by approach of Louis to, 85; garrisoned in time to prevent capture by French, 105.
-, troops sent to, 200.
Montagu, Edward, earl of Manchester, lord chamberlain of the household, death of, 50.
-, Edward, earl of Sandwich:
to command in fleet, under York, 156; in command of blue squadron, 215; brunt of attack falls on, killed at Solebay, 223, 231, 259; manner of death, 228; body found, 229; funeral of, 252.
George of, given to Arlington, 231; Rupert made vice admiral in place of, 236.
-, Ralph, English ambassador in France:
and Flanders mediation, 3; asks for term of arbitration to be prolonged, 6.
desired to give notice of everything from Paris, 28; promises that Louis will act sincerely, 33.
back in London, 44; come on private affairs, 47; will hasten return to meet king, 88; start delayed, 96.
takes leave at Court, waiting for yacht, 91; to ascertain king's real intentions about boundaries, 93.
ships baggage, sailing, 101; strict instructions to cultivate best understanding, 102; has not reported why king arming, 107.
in England, returning to Paris, 142; reasons for movements unknown, 143; will announce good intentions of England, 146.
takes leave of king, 200; expected back, Sunderland to succeed, 205.
goes back to Paris in haste, 321; arrives there, 323; gone to instruct Sunderland, 326.
-, lord, killed at Solebay, 232.
Montecuccoli, Raimondo count of, imperial general, 301.
-, emperor may recall, 304.
Monterey, count of. See Haro, Juan Domingo Mendez de.
Montesarchio, prince of. See Davalos, Andres.
Montigny, M., a Frenchman, arrested at Brussels, 28.
Montmorency Bouteville, François Henri de, duc de Luxembourg:
-, foils Orange at Woerden, 306n.
Montpellier [Herault, France]:
-, Clarendon in exile at, 66.
-, Newfoundland peopled by, 56.
-, attack Cape Corso, 103, 107.
Mordaunt, Henry, earl of Peterborough, Piterbero:
-, back from fleet, 265.
-, mission to Vienna, to ask for archduchess, 265; to leave at once, if any chicanery, 267.
-, will not leave till Gascoigne has smoothed chief difficulties, 286; hastening preparations to start, 307; to leave in six weeks, 309, 317.
-, departure held up, 318; expects a favourable reply, 323.
Morden, R., map maker, 226.
-, Levant Co. suspends currant trade of, 81, 166.
-, agents of, complaint of extortions from, 242.
Morelli, Alvise, agent of English merchants:
-, permit to lade oil, 209.
Moresini, Morosini, Agostino, son of Alvise, with Mocenigo in England, 73.
-, Alessandro, senior councillor:
reply to Dodington, 41.
-, Giovanni, Zuane, Venetian ambassador in Germany, 317.
despatches to the Senate, 196, 214, 226, 228, 234, 240, 267, 270, 303, 329.
exchanges civilities with Gascoigne, 227–8.
-, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in France, 17.
despatches to the Senate, 4, 18, 31, 51, 53.
extract from relazione of, 138–9.
-, Niccolo, senior councillor, reply to Dodington, 312.
Morgan, Henry, buccaneer:
-, capture of Panama by, 76.
Morocco, N. Africa:
-, hopes of trade with fading, 56.
Morosini. See Moresini.
Most Christian. See Louis XIV, king of France.
Muley Reshid Sherif, king of Taffilet, Tafilet, king of Morocco and Fez:
-, attempt at treaty with, 71; approaches Tangier with large force, 103; intends to besiege Tetuan, 108.
Munster [Westphalia, German Empire], bishop of. See Galen, Christopher Bernard von.
Muscovy, Grand duke of. See Alexius.
-, privileges withdrawn and dissolved, 59.