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1947

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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 38: 1673-1675 (1947), pp. 536-538. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90397 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Dalmahoy, Mr., case of, 415.

Damgarten, Demgarten [Pomerania, German Empire], 477n.

Danby, earl of. See Osborne, Thomas.

Dangeau, abbé. See Courcillon, Louis de.

-, marquis. See Courcillon, Philip de.

Danube, river, 364.

Dartmouth, royal navy, sent to Mediterranean, 411n; with Narborough, 480.

Davalos, Andres, prince of Montesarchio, puts out to protect treasure fleet, 15.

David, royal navy, at Kinsale, with convoy, 97n.

Deal, co. Kent, ransomed slaves landed at, 360n.

-, castle, 431.

Deane, Anthony, Royal James built by, 424n; letter of, 433n.

debt, bill for relief of those imprisoned for, 481, 490.

Deffans, Madam de, sent to Tuscany, 90.

Delamere, baron. See Booth, George.

Delft [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], consulted about Guelders offer, 370.

Denbigh, earl of. See Feilding, Basil.

Denmark, 439.
-, apology for alliance with Dutch, 65; assistance of would not be decisive, 88.
-, suggested union with England and Sweden for peace, 255; ready to side with Brandenburg against Sweden, 320; Sweden affects suspicion of, 323.
-, treaty of Dutch with, 389; French concern at Dutch relations with, 400.
-, agreement with Brandenburg, 460; not English interest to be strong in Baltic, 479.
-, successes against Swedes, 477, 488.
-, London waiting to hear from, about mediation, 479.

-, king of. See Christian V; Frederick III.

-, princess of. See Ulrica Eleanora.

Derham, Thomas, letter of, 187n.

Derwent, Dorveto, river, co. Derby, bill to make navigable, 481.

Diamond, royal navy, at Zante, 479; in Narboroughs squadron, 480.

Dieppe [Seine Inferieure, France], news from, 168.

Digby, George, earl of Bristol, presented himself before the Commons, 201; speech against proposed oath, 394; protests against, 401.

dispensation, papal, for the Modena marriage, 163.
-, James raises question of, 125n.
-, congregation of Cardinals opposed to granting without guarantees, 125–6, 130, 146.
-, hortatory brief considered equivalent of, 131; Barberino suggests prompt grant of, 132; disturbed by opposition to, 145.
-, marriage performed without, 142, 144.
-, dealings with Cardinals, to put things straight, 146–150; expedients suggested for, 149–52; interrupted by pope's illness, 157.
-, Cibo presses for settlement of, 157; further report upon, 164.
-, formula proposed for, 165–6; fresh obstacles to, 170, 273; astonishment at pope's punctiliousness over, 282; delay justified, 362.

dispensing power of king challenged, 271.

Dodington, Doddington, John, English resident at Venice:
-, provided for exporting mirrors, 2.
-, complains of meagre present, 2, 4; Venetian interest in report of, 21.
-, received by king and York, 10; Alberti sees, 11; returns visit, 18.
-, suggested removing current trade from Zante, 102, 115, 184; represented that. English trade wronged by Venice, 222, 237, 250, 255, 264.
-, going to Vienna as Peterborough's secretary, 30; returned, 102; death, 186.
-, and debt to Hailes, 373n.
-, Alberti takes credit for recall, 420.

Dolben, John, bishop of Rochester:
-, reply about penal laws, 337n.
-, at Lambeth conference, 354; accepts decision tacitly, 357.

Donati, Donado, Donato, Bernardo, Inquisitor of State, 130, 204.

-, Giovanni, Savio alla Mercanzia, 496.

Dorchester, marquis of. See Pierrepont, Henry.

Doremonda. See Arnheim.

Dorveto. See Derwent.

Douglas, William, third Duke of Hamilton, brings charges against Lauderdale, 194; seeks support in England, 197; trouble in Scotland proceeds from enmity with Lauderdale, 200.

Dover, co. Kent, 30n, 154, 162, 372, 375, 431.
-, queen may meet bride at, 145; arrangements for Mary of Modena at, 155–6, 169, 178, 180; she travels to, 178.
-, York goes to, 180–1; duchess of Modena leaves for, 197.
-, Ruyter had opportunity to batter, 236.
-, French ship taken into, 426, 428.

-, castle, 181.

Downing, Sir George, commissioner to treat with Dutch, 271.

Downs, French fleet returns to, 124; king shelters in, 431; Dutch squadron sheltering in, 453–4.

Dragon, royal navy, with Narborough, 480.

drinking glasses, 223.
-, trade in, 17.
-, great beauty of English, 264; export of Venetian to England, 272.

druggets, imported from France, 314.

Dublin, 56n.

duchesses, English, question of ceremony with, 186, 188.

Ducker, envoy of bishop of Strasburg to England, 470.

Dudley, lord. See Sutton, Edward.

duel, between Buckingham and Shaftesbury, 199, 220.

Duivestein, merchant, 226.

Dungeness, co. Kent, flag incident off, 414n.

Dunkirk [Nord, France], 60.
-, French wounded landed at, 57.
-, landing at contemplated,s 76.
-, Dutch ships suffer from privateers of, 382.
-, convoy to, 428.
-, corsairs of, 386.

Durfort, Guy Aldonce de, marquis of Duras, 5n, 52n.

-, Louis de, marquis de Blanquefort, created baron Duras, 5.

-, Marie de, suggested bride for York, 52.

Durham, bishop of. See Crewe, Nathaniel.

Dutch, all from Flanders return home, 304; plan to induce to settle in England, 310, 313.

-, See also Netherlands.

Duteil, Sir Jean Baptiste, 159n.



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