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'Index: U, V', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 37: 1671-1672 (1939), pp. 432-436. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90349 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Ugons. See Higgons.

United Provinces. See Netherlands.

Upper House. See Lords, House of.

Upton, John, appointed commissioner of the customs, 108n.

Utrecht [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands]:
-, despatches dated from camp near, 235, 250.
-, first blows to be against, 214.
-, Louis reviews troops at, 249; English ambassadors have audience of king near, 249, 256.

V

Vaim, Onofrio, merchant, complains of extortions at Zante, 242.

Valdivia, Chile:
-, French attack on, 107.

Valenciennes [Nord, France]:
-, troops sent to, 200.

Valier, Ottaviano, Venetian Resident at Florence:
-, despatches to the Senate, 20, 33, 44, 48, 50, 144, 149, 210.

-, —, Proveditore general at Sea, 153.

and Scagno's case, 254.

Vanghent. See Ghent, Joseph Willem van.

Vanost. See Aelst, John van.

Vare, William, merchant, complains of extortions at Zante, 242.

Varese, Signor, papal nuncio at Venice, 53.

Varneton, Varnethon. See Warneton.

Vaughan, Roger, gentleman of York's bedchamber, killed at Solebay, 232.

Velasco, Don Pedro de, constable of Castile:
-, accuses Peñaranda of bungling treaty with England, 82.

Veller, John, son of Peter, appointed viceconsul at Venice, 160.

Vendramino, —, Venetian Proveditore at Zante:
-, encouraged concourse of English ships, 72; charges of extortion against, 241–2; English acknowledge good treatment from, 276.

Venice, 31, 98.
-, papers dated at, 131, 160.
-, letter dated at, 141.
-, injured by change of trade in the North, 57; Charles regretted inability to help, 72.
-, 1671.
-,-, Spanish representations to about France, 2, 3; counter office of French ambassador at, 18.
-,-, desires special favour to be shown to English, 8, 16, 31, 134, 136; favours granted to English by, 21,23, 37.
-,-, desire to promote trade, 8, 9, 23; could conduct own carrying trade, 16.
-,-, question of queen or duchess of York writing to, 13, 37; style used with, 37, 53, 221.
-,-, talk of withdrawing resident from, 19; money taken from Gascoigne and Clifford at, 21.
-,-, and the currant trade, 19, 21–2, 29, 72.
-,-, wishes to know what advantages may be expected from England in return for favours granted, 23; question of reciprocal advantages for, 33.
-,-, judgment against Levant Co. at, 26; Levant Co. profited by war with Turks, 57.
-,-, Dodington complains of treatment at, 28–9; he complains of being insulted over bread concession, 47–8, 53.
-,-, and salt fish trade, 29, 72; petition, to introduce manufacture of silk stockings to, 84.
-,-, Dodington suggests commercial treaty with, 29.
-,-, difference with Turks over Risano, 43.
-,-, accuses Dodington of abusing bread concession, 48, 86, 97, 99; Dodington's offices about bread, 94, 130.
-,-, English relations with, 71–2; devotion of Howard family to, 73.
-,-, debt of, to Tidiman, 82–3, 87, 94–5, 98, 110.
-,-, amount of duties paid to yearly by English at Zante, 83.
-,-, gives assurances to Dodington, 94; Dodington believes has good opinion of him, 97n.
-,-, complaint of harsh treatment of merchants by, 97.
-,-, Dodington accused of abusing privileges at, 99, 100.
-,-, promises to allow Alberti extraordinary expenses, 100.
-,-, instructs Alberti to get wheat sent, 110.
-,-, Galilee ransomed by, 121; appeal to, for Galilees, 121; relief offered by, 133.
-,-, proposed institution of viceconsuls at, 125, 127–8, 141, 147, 150.
-,-, Dodington complains of ministers of engaging in trade, 129; Dodington's fear of having offended, 133.
-,-, expresses satisfaction with Dodington, 136–7; desire for good relations with England, 141.
-,-, Dodington expresses special regard of king for, 137; complaints of Dodington forwarded to, 141–2.
-, 1672:
-,-, desires information about Anglo-Dutch negotiations at Madrid, 144.
-,-, favourable bias to English, 146–7; desire for best relations with England, 148, 156, 160, 167, 170, 176–7, 216, 220.
-,-, orders for good treatment of English, 147, 198; measures taken to show good will, 156.
-,-, terms for commercial treaty with, 148.
-,-, Dodington's opinion of way to deal with, 149n.; complains of manner of his offices, 155–6.
-,-, memorials to on Manenti, 149; debts for ships, 151; Pendarvis, 151–2; and boxes at theatres, 152; reply to memorials, 158.
-,-, value of English trade to, 150; would suffer from loss of currant trade at Zante, 166.
-,-, Dodington complains of ill treatment of English in dominions of, 151, 156n.; desire for good treatment of subjects of, 171, 198.
-,-, deals with Pendarvis case, 152–3, 160, 176; deals with Manenti, 161, 176.
-,-, agrees to substitute for Hailes, in absence from, 159.
-,-, Spain wishes to be informed of action of France and England, 173.
-,-, Arlington says may reject without scruple demands made by Dodington if not well founded, 175.
-,-, memorandum of Alberti to expose unreasonableness of Dodington's attitude to, 176–7.
-,-, question of appointment of viceconsuls at, 176–7, 253, 257–8, 280, 287–90, 305, 307, 315.
-,-, orders concerning payment of Hailes, 177; hopes he will make good report, 209.
-,-, appeal to for Galilee, 178; measures to satisfy him, 198, 209, 248, 254.
-,-, vote to Alberti for mourning, 209, 210.
-,-, Leonessa bound for, 209.
-,-, notes that can ignore Dodington's representations, 216; wants minister who will cultivate best relations, 223.
-,-, Arlington asks what doing about trade, 220; he suggests commercial treaty with, 238; ready to embrace one, 259.
-,-, York likely to be more favourably disposed to, 221; wishes to cultivate his good will, 222.
-,-, interest in ships built from king's design, 222, 239.
-,-, Arlington informed of steps taken by, to please English, 237; says Dodington recalled because of wish to foster friendly relations, 238.
-,-, Higgons selected as minister to, 238; Charles values friendship of, 279; his regard for, 294.
-,-, complaint to, of illicit charges at Zante and Cephalonia, 240–1, 254; series of memorials presented to, 241–3; replies upon to Dodington, 247–8; and to king, 248–9; office upon read to Dodington, 254.
-,-, devotion of Howards to, 247; compliments them on dignity, 262.
-,-, charges on goods reaching from England, 253; proposed commercial treaty with England, 258, 276, 279, 280, 283, 307, possible concessions to, 303.
-,-, merchants only desire continuance of good treatment by, 254; king will be pleased at what is done by for merchants, 255.
-,-, Dodington asks to pardon Bertan, 255, 263, 265; replies about, 260, 265.
-,-, account of battle of Solebay from, 258–9; number of English ships plying at, 293.
-,-, question of consulage at, 258, 286–7, 292–3, 297, 302, 305, 307, 315, 319, 321–2, 325, 327, 329.
-,-, orders for good treatment of English renewed, 260; question discussed with Arlington, 276.
-,-, will be only power left to mediate peace, 263.
-,-, exemption claimed for bringing entire cargo to, 273; not recommended, 274.
-,-, list of merchandise imported at, 297–9; question of increasing trade with England, 309, 310, 312.
-,-, Alberti's report on glass trade of, 299, and prospects of sale in London, 300, 330; attitude to glass questions, 307; glass imports from in London, 327.
-,-, Hailes returning to, 305, 309; Falconbridge's grievance against, 322, 330.
-,-, interest in mediation, 307.
-,-, Dodington takes leave at, present of gold chain to him, 310–13; present criticised, 324–5.
-,-, suggestion for improving silk trade of, 316; need for Venetian firms to establish themselves in London, 319.
-,-, could encourage trade by granting convoy to merchantmen, 320; fresh projects for trade with, 326–7.
-,-, desirous of cultivating best relations with England, 325; Charles sure to reciprocate, 327.
-,-, trade in salt fish and Salters company at, 327, 329, 330.

-, Avogadori di Comun, 35, 152, 158–9, 176, 213, 248.

report on Fustinoni. case, 36–7.

-, Captain General at Sea, 82.

-, Collegio, Dodington complains of treatment in, 19, 29.

-, doge of. See Contarini, Domenico.

-, Five Savii alia Mercanzia, 8, 28, 33, 310.

and Carob case, 26; reply about manufacture of silk stockings, 84.

reply about appeal for exemption from duty, 108–9.

report on provisioning of ships, 122.

and consuls, 128; question of commercial treaty referred to, 260; reply to Raven's petition, 273–4; glass question referred to, 307.

-, fleet of, 83, 320.

-, Forestier, magistracy of, 11, 129.

-, Inquisitor sopra Dacii, 21.

-, Magistracy alle Biave, magistracy of corn, 47–8, 53, 100.

on Dodington's behaviour, 86.

-, merchants of. See merchants, Venetian.

-, Proveditori all' Armar, 82.

-, Proveditori all' Artigliaria, 163.

-, Proveditori of gold and silver money, 21.

-, Proveditore General da Mar, 136, 147, 156, 158, 176, 242, 247–9, 260, 262, 293.

-, -, See also Bernardo, Antonio; Valier, —.

-, Proveditore General of the Three Islands, 151.

-, Proveditori al Sal, 255.

-, Quarantia Civil Nova:

and Fustinoni suit, 41–2.

-, Revisers and Regulators alla Scrittura, 87, 95.

-, Sanità, 122, 129, 176, 289, 290.

-, -, letter of Alberti to Proveditori of, 204.

-, ships of. See ships, Venetian.

-, Twenty Savii, 150.

-, piazza of S. Marco, 151.

-, S. Giovanni e Paolo, theatre of, 152.

-, S. Salvadore, theatre of, 152.

Venier, Antonio, Savio alla Mercanzia, 109, 122, 274.

Victory, royal navy, a French prize:
-, captured by Dutch, 212, 217; De Witt lands women from, 213.

Victory, royal navy, a first rate:
-, damaged in action, under repair, 229.

Vienna, Austria, 309, 323.
-, despatches dated at, 196, 227–8, 234, 240, 268, 270, 304, 328.
-, letter dated at, 14.
-, news from, 315.
-, suspects sincerity of England, 10.
-, dispute between Gremonville and Lobkowitz at, 92, 96.
-, ambassadors to go to about bride for York, 123; mission of Gascoigne to about York's marriage, 170; Council at favourably disposed to match, 227.
-, Monterey informs of Brandenburg's march to help Dutch, 237.
-, Fresno claims to have instructions of, about Innsbruck match, 237; Gascoigne reports arrival at, 252.
-, ratification of Dutch alliance sent from, 313.
-, Charles urged not to wait to hear from, 318; replies from awaited, 326.

Villars, Pierre, marquis of, Obeville, French ambassador extraordinary to Spain:
-, reply to withheld until Sunderland heard, 145; manner of reception, 153.
-, statements of, about England, heard with amazement, 154; threatens war on Spanish dominions, 155.
-, Alburquerque informs Contarini of proposals made by, 172–3; papers delivered by to Marquis della Fuente, 193–4; reply to, 194.
-, says France and England bound to make peace together, 182.
-, receives same reply as Godolphin, 284.

Villefranche, Villa franca [Alpes Maritimes, France]:
-, opened to English trade, 71.

Villiers, Barbara, duchess of Cleveland:
-, stir at Court over, 172; son of, by Charles, marries Arlington's daughter, 269.

-, George, first duke of Buckingham, Buchincan, 66.

-, George, second duke of Buckingham:

shows civility to French visitors and becomes suspect to Spanish party, 46; back in England from Dunkirk, 52; favour shown by Louis to, 53; followed king to Lille and Tournai, 54.

Mocenigo's account of, 66–8; enemy of Arlington, 117.

supports Roscommon's request for levies, 87n.; tells Colbert of king's need to have control of revenues, 108n.

said to be joining French army, 142; force of, embarked, supposed for landing, 243.

to buy horses to present to Neuburg, 203n.

mission of, to France and Holland, 237: to deter French from secret arrangements, 244.

goes to Hampton Court to hear proposals of Dutch envoys, 244.

news of arrival at Hague, 245; report of arrival and reception in Holland, 250–1.

arrival at French camp, audience of king, 249; reports audience of king, 256; arranges that both kings may treat separately with Dutch, 261.

reports conference with Orange, 255; negotiations with Orange kept very secret, 260.

received by Monterey at Antwerp, 261; returns to London, regrets continuation of war, 263; agreement with likely to have prescribed limits of action, 268; did not ask Monterey to remove troops from Dutch fortresses, 279.

interest in glass manufacture, 299, 300.

peculiar and difficult to deal with, 300.

difference with Arlington over French alliance, 313, 318; Arlington attacks for advocating interests of France alone, 314.

advocates sticking to French alliance, 314, 316; brings over Lauderdale to his side, changes effected by, 317–18.

in disgrace for interfering with king's pleasures, 321.

-, Mary, née Fairfax, duchess of Buckingham, 67.

Vindisgratz. See Windisgratz.

vinegar:
-, Dutch forbid importation from France, 121.

Virginia, N. America, 55.
-, industry introduced into, 60.

Virnill, Peter, murder of, 40.

Visé, Viset on the Meuse [Prov. Liège, Belgium]:
-, despatch dated at, 215.

Vivian:
-, claim for service in. Venetian fleet, 80, 82–3, 87, 97–8, 130, 151, 159, 178, 200.

volunteers:
-, for fleet, enrolment of introduced by king, 201; hastening to embark, 204.
-, numbers in the fleet, why needed, 218; those with Sandwich shared his fate, 229; casualties among in the fight, 232.

Vryberghen, Vribergen, Cornelis van, Dutch deputy to Flanders, 157.
-, arrives at Brussels, 162; conference with Monterey, 208.



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