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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oath of allegiance :
proposal to stiffen against Catholics, 228
-, king asked to accept altered, 239.
oath of association, covenant :
city requires people to take, 255
-, applied for discovery of royalists, 265
-, printed by order of Commons, 289
-, form of, 291.
fear of administering, postponed, 295
-, objections of army to, 297.
violence over damages parliamentarians, 305, 306.
Oatlands, Otland, co. Surrey :
Prince Palatine goes to, 137
-, king moves to with army, 202
-, king abandons, 205, 210.
letter dated at, 205n.
Obinton. See Baynton.
O'Brien, Murrough, earl of Inchquin :
scatters Irish besieging Cork, 32n.
Obson. See Hobson.
Obton. See Hopton.
Odam, Oddam. See Hotham.
O'Donnell, Hugh, earl of Tyrconnel, Colonel Irconel :
killed in sea fight off Barcelona, 86.
Oge, Oger. See Augier.
Ogilvy, James lord :
sent to queen, 258
-, reception, 259
-, ordered back, 262
-, returns, 266.
Oliva, called Zucchina :
sentence against, 281.
Ongrefort. See Hungerford.
Opton. See Hopton.
Orange, House of :
impatient for arrival of queen and princess, 1
-, queen hopes for help from, 13.
desires for marriage fulfilled, 21, 32.
Holland not disposed to relieve financially, 28
-, Holland reluctant to gratify, 150.
Dutch Government solely in interests of, 194.
Court of :
Princess Mary enters, 13.
-, Prince of. See Nassau, Henry Frederick of
-, Nassau, William of.
-, Princess of. See Amalia.
Ori. See Hurry.
Orleans, duke of. See Gaston.
Ormonde, earl of. See Butler, James.
Osborne, Sir Peter, governor of Guernsey :
declares for king, 261.
Osnabruck, Germany :
peace conference at, 303.
Otinton. See Huntingdon.
Otland. See Oatlands.
Otton. See Hopton, Hotham.
Oxford, co. Oxford : 219, 226.
letters dated at, 215, 254.
pardon dated at, 269.
king suggests a meeting place for parliament, 88.
majority of people take arms for king, 154.
fortification of, 154, 210.
Lord Say sent to bridle, 154
-, royalists cowed, 162.
king proceeds to, after Edgehill, 192, 193, 196
-, Giustinian sees king at, 195-197.
king sets out from, 197
-, king returns to, 205, 210.
Hertford arrives at with contingent, 203, 229
-, troops sent from to Staffs., 261.
aid to Wales and Cornwall sent from, 217
-, Essex sends to attack, 235.
deputation from city to, 225, 228
-, reception at, 230.
people about complain of excesses of soldiers, 229.
book from burned by order of parliament, 231
-, Killigrew messenger to, 236, 239.
visit of Cardenas to, 232
-, communication with stopped, 234, 237.
king setting up mint at, 235
-, assembly of bishops at, 258.
plan to capture queen on way to, 239
-, Fairfax offers queen escort to, 257, 258
-, parliament offer, 263.
Scottish commissioners at, 240, 253, 258, 262.
parliament commissioners at, 242, 251, 255, 259, 260, 263, 265.
queen's journey to, 252, 270, 292, 298, 301
-, queen reaches, 305.
persons going to, to be searched, 256
-, Newport seized on way to, 261.
Essex to move straight on, 264, 266, 271, 272, 305
-, Reading an outwork of, 268
-, Essex advances on, 289.
Rupert sets out from, 266.
king in peril at, 268, 270, 272, 274
-, king retires to, 272.
king entrenches near, 283
-, made safe against Essex, 291.
Col. Fielding executed at, 283
-, intercourse with to be stopped, 294.
king calling parliament to meet at, 294.
march of Hertford and Hopton to, 295
-, Rupert sent from to help Hopton, 304.
Mercurius Aulicus published at, 306.
loyalty and money for king, promoters punished, 112.
all scholars take up arms for king, 154
-, lack of spirit in, 162.
-, Vice Chancellor of. See Prideaux, John, bishop of Worcester.