Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25, 1640-1642. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1924.
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Ibrahim, Sultan of Turkey :
announces accession to power, 76.
Ider. See Hyde.
Il, Thomas :
currants laded by, at Zante, 85.
Imperial Court :
Spanish ambassadors send courier to, 66
-, Giustinian to go to, 72, 76, 88.
imperial ambassador at Venice, 83.
imperialists, Austrians :
tricks to separate England from old friends, 39
-, vacillating fortunes, 107.
successes distress Princess Palatine 158
-, proposals to threaten, 161, 188, 216, 223, 226.
little hope of justice for Palatine from, 178
-, will not be alarmed by threats, 182.
efforts to recover Palatinate from by negotiations, 278
-, England in no position to injure, 282
-, Roe reports unlikely to restore Palatine, 298.
India Co. See East India Co.
English claims against Dutch in revived, 6.
Spain offers English freedom in, for help against Dutch, 43
-, Dutch will treat English helping Spaniards in, as enemies, 50.
four rich ships from, 54.
Dutch escort for ships from, defeated by Dunkirkers, 55
-, Dunkirkers capture Dutch ships from, 96.
Portuguese offer English rich states in, 130
-, English desire agreement with Portuguese for trade in, 155
-, negotiations upon, 162, 164, 165.
merchants contemplate expedition against, 279
-, Cardenas fears attack on, 290.
-, East. See East Indies.
-, West. See West Indies.
Infant of Spain
-, See Balthasar
-, Ferdinand, son of Philip III.
Infanta of Spain. See Maria Theresa.
Inquisition, Spanish :
High Commission Court on model of, 178.
interpreter to Venetian ambassador :
salary of, 57, 68.
Ireland and Irish, 41, 55 :
aversion for Scots, 4, 21
-, Philip II received envoys from, 129.
Wentworth sent to raise troops in, 4
-, officers from Holland sent to train, 21.
Scots threaten to retaliate on, 4
-, willing to help subdue Scotland, 35.
Strafford promises supplies from, 23
-, troops ready to invade Scotland, 37
-, refuse to disband, 108.
troops from reach Flanders regularly, 36.
orders for troops to invade Scotland, 46
-, Col. Bruce sent to for troops, 59.
lords take exception to fetching troops from, 78.
evidence against Strafford from, 98-100
-, Strafford's private revenue from, 100.
ports closed by Strafford, 100
-, reopened by king, 101.
delegates from, with petition to king, 108.
Spain asks for levy of, 112
-, asks for troops in, 131.
demand for liberty of conscience, 114.
queen talks of going to, 127.
8 war ships sent to coasts of, 136.
king will not disband troops in, till Scots withdrawn, 147
-, troops of for coercing English, 150
-, king agrees to disbanding, 151.
commissioners sent to for disbanding, 154
-, report from, 164.
severity against Catholics causes revolt in, 240
-, progress of, 250, 255, 267, 290, 298
-, revolt spreads, 258.
measures to repress, 240, 243, 246, 250, 255, 262, 268.
letters from opened, 241, 260
-, Philips accused of share in revolt, 246.
queen suspected of encouraging revolt, 241, 276
-, fear of Spain encouraging, 245
-, fear of pope sending troops to, 246.
Scots offer troops against, 250
-, Scots enlisted for, 265, 267, 273.
revolt affects Dutch wish for alliance, 253
-, imperialists count on effect of revolt, 259.
Dillon from with offers to king, 265
-, demands made 268.
dislike of English to serve in, 273
-, English troops reach, 285.
condition of hampers action for Palatine, 279
-, weather stops news from, 295.
loan raised for affairs of, 285.
Dunkirkers suspected of supplying rebels, 285
-, fleet to prevent foreign help for, 289, 291
-, rebels receive supplies from Antwerp, 298.
levies from. See under levies, Irish.
lord lieutenant of. See Sidney, Robert, earl of Leicester
-, Wentworth, Thomas, earl of Strafford.
marshal of. See Conway, Edward viscount.
lord deputy of. See Wandesford, Christopher.
parliament of :
Strafford goes to opening, 28
-, grants four subsidies, 35.
people demand removal of taxes not granted by, 108
-, offers king 15,000 men, 202
-, treats with rebels, 267, 268.
Isabella of Bourbon, queen of Spain :
Queen Henrietta anxious not to offend over Portuguese, 137.
Islay, Yla, Scotland :
reported occupation by Dunkirkers, 55.
Isola Borgognone, Sig. dall'. See Lisola.
Italy, 3, 230 :
news from, 12, 64, 186.
no news from, 269, 295.
Windebank to attend to affairs of, 17n.
French fear plans for being upset, 19.
Spanish troops diverted from, to Barcelona, 51.
queen mother's journey to announced, 138, 140.
letters from examined, 243.