Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 26, 1642-1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1925.
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Fachland, Facland. See Carey, Lucius, Viscount Falkland.
Fairfax, Farfax, Ferdinando, lord :
commissioner sent to York, 91
-, blockading York, 211.
quarrels with Hotham, 235.
victory over Newcastle's forces, 240
-, Cholmley deserts, 260.
offers passport to queen, 257
-, messenger arrested, 258.
-, retreats to Leeds, repulses Newcastle, 268
-, besieged at Leeds, 283.
not to bear arms again against king, 270.
defeat at Adwalton Moor, shut up in Bradford, 298
-, escapes to Hull, 301
-, besieged in Hull, 305.
Fairfax, Sir Thomas, son of lord Fairfax :
defeat at Seacroft Moor, 263
-, defeats Goring at Wakefield, 283.
-, Sir William, nephew of lord Fairfax :
sent to queen, 257
-, arrested, 258.
Falkland, viscount. See Carey, Lucius.
Falmouth, co. Cornwall :
ships from Malaga seized at, 226
-, ships with supplies for Ireland seized at, 243.
-, Pendennis castle, governor of. See Slanning, Sir Nicholas.
tax of a shilling a week on every, 247, 277.
Farfax. See Fairfax.
Farnese, Odoardo I., duke of Parma :
hostilities of pope against, 138.
Farnham, Ferman, co. Surrey :
royalist garrison surprised at, 210.
day set apart for monthly, 284.
in Zeeland for success of parliament, 302.
ordered in London, 306.
Feijo, Francisco, de Sotomayor, Freicho, Spanish Admiral :
killed in action, 86.
Fell, John, dean of Christ Church, Oxford :
parliament sends for, to punish, 112.
Ferdinand III, the emperor, Csar :
release of Rupert by, 2.
Roe presses for decision from, 4
-, consults Bavaria, 4
-, statement of mediators to, 10-12.
asked what satisfaction will give Palatine, 20
-, Roe sends answer to by Leslie, 48.
mediators hold back paper from Roe, 52
-, negotiations for reconciliation with Palatine, 56, 63
-, terms for restoring Palatine, 74-76.
Roe recognises good intentions 56, 98
-, desire to show them, 86.
will not declare Palatines guiltless, 93
-, decree for continuing negotiations, 99, 126
-, will not be carried out, 127, 137, 138.
Giustinian sent to, 174
-, grants safe conduct to Palatine, 303.
Ferdinand, son of Philip III. of Spain, the Cardinal Infant :
Dutch allow corpse to pass, 273.
Ferman. See Farnham.
Fert Imbault, marquis de la. See Estampes, Jacques d'.
Fielding, Fildin, Fildinch, Basil lord :
Giustinian speaks to about prohibition of currants, 15, 16, 33, 97
-, promises to oppose, 16.
refuses to go as deputation to king, 31
-, reported slain at Edgehill, 191, 211.
resigns offer, trying for royal favour, 211.
English ambassador to Venice :
Pisini claimed as servant of, 114, 116, 122
-, courtesy call on Giustinian, 212.
Fielding, Fildinch, Colonel Richard :
surrenders Reading, 272
-, reported execution, 283.
Fiennes, Nathaniel, young Baron Se :
skirmish with Colonel Byron, 170.
Fiennes, William, viscount Say and Sele, lord Se, See :
sent to bridle Oxford, 154, 162
-, king refuses safe conduct for, 255
-, exclusion prejudicial to settlement, 259, 263.
king removes from office of keeper of the wardrobe, 271
-, read king's proclamation in Lords, 294n.
Fildin, Fildinch. See Fielding.
Filippine. See Philippine.
Finch, Thomas, earl of Winchelsea, 304n.
-, Anne daughter of, wife of William Waller :
charges against Essex, 304, 305.
injuries inflicted on English, 132, 275.
Flanders and Flemings : 302.
queen contemplates going to, 28, 36
-, queen may travel through, 179.
munitions sent to Ireland from, 116
-, letters from stopped, 121.
Dutch hinder trade with England, 126
-, Dutch blockade of coast, 185.
mutinous spirit of troops in, 164
-, Orange embarks for, 280
-, Orange not proposing to attack, 293.
Giustinian has passport for, 179
-, passage to, 202.
lade currants at Cephalonia, 204.
Spanish ship for, seized, 275.
fleet, Danish. See under Denmark.
-, Dutch. See under Netherlands.
-, English. See navy, the royal.
Flich, John :
influences parliament to prohibit currants, 98.
Flint, county :
Fielding lord lieutenant of, 211n.
Florence, Italy :
Grand Duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II., de'.
Fogg, Richard, captain of the Constant Reformation :
Warwick dismisses, 103.
Ford, Captain John :
plan for working galleys with smaller crews, 19, 20.
Forth, earl of. See Ruthven, Patrick.
king orders governors to obey only his commands, 17
-, proposed restitutions to king, 248
-, king demands control of, 265.
Foscarini, Pietro, da Leze, executor contra bestemmie :
sentence against Oliva, 281.
Fox, Robert, captain of the Lion :
sails with Rupert and Maurice, 103n.
France and French : 12, 142, 291.
Capuchins to be sent back to, 8.
Irish officers cross from, 19n
-, nuncio urges sending troops to England, 24.
queen thinks of going to, 21, 28, 59
-, queen sends gentleman to, 94.
victories may alter tone of imperialists, 27
-, Spaniards claim naval victory over, 86.
England helpless to balance predominance, 62
-, foments English troubles to further designs, 70.
will not permit restoration of Palatine without authority, 62, 63
-, Palatines resent interference, 64.
desire of parliament to oblige, 64
-, La Fert hints at fomenting English troubles, 86.
understanding of Bavaria with, 81, 98.
Roe would not arrange treaty prejudicial to, 81.
profit by Dutch blockade of Dunkirk, 94
-, proposed Dutch embassy to, 115.
La Fert's friendliness with parliament not approved in, 97
-, La Fert's stay advantageous to, 137.
shortage of money prevents sending ambassador to, 109.
against spread of Calvinism in England, 143.
efforts of queen to be received in and get help, 151
-, queen invited to, 171, 174, 194.
parliament commissioner to, with offer of alliance, 151
-, agent expected, 157, 164.
Goring allowed to proceed to, 155
-, La Fert returns to, 163.
parliament's overtures to, 171
-, asked to release English ship, 178.
passage to, 202.
present to Venetian ambassador on par with, 208, 213.
parliament counted on help from, 211
-, reported levy of troops in, for Charles, 235.
proposed embassy to England, for mediation, 227.
commissioners from Scotland to, 229
-, Scots propose renewal of alliance with, 244, 259.
queen's hopes of asylum in diminish, 232
-, Montagu brings her word from, 233
-, reported intention of queen to go to, 239.
queen's hopes of help from, 244
-, fear of interference in Guernsey, 261.
permission for Vendme to return to, 253, 258
-, Gerbier flees to, 280.
move for Capuchins expected from, 258
-, Capuchins to be sent back to, 262, 264, 269.
Dutch alliance with renewed, 273
-, Douglas enlisting recruits for, 290.
victory at Rocroi, 278, 280
-, Melo asks Cantelmi to help against, 284.
more likely to help Charles, 278
-, will not suffer Charles and queen to perish, 287, 290, 291.
offer of mediation, 290.
Orange only moves to satisfy 296
-, Dutch consider war only for benefit of, 302.
besiege Thionville, 302.
want congress held in France, 302.
king of. See Loui, Louis XIV
queen mother of. See Medici, Mary de.
Frankfort, Germany :
news from, 126.
diet appointed for, 76.
Frederick V., elector Palatine of the Rhine :
pardon of, 20, 74
-, provision for descent of electorate to heirs, 75.
children of. See Charles, Louis
Frederick V., margrave of Baden Durlach, 12.
Freicho. See Feijo.
French. See France.
Frewen, Accepted, president of Magdalen Coll., Oxford :
parliament sends for, to punish, 112.