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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Sackville, Edward, earl of Dorset :
house searched, 135
-, king sends with peace proposals, 146.
-, Mary, countess of Dorset (ne Curzon) :
appointed governess of king's children, 295.
Sagredo, Nicolo, Venetian ambassador in Spain :
despatches to the Senate, 86, 116.
-, Zaccaria, senior councillor :
reply to Talbot, 281.
sailors, marines :
reluctance to enter parliament service, 31
-, Essex enlists for army, 198.
St. Albans, co. Herts :
mayor of. See Neve, William.
St. Anne, of Dunkirk :
seized by order of parliament, 256.
St. Thomas, San Thome, island of [W. coast Africa] :
Dutch will not restore, 28.
Salisbury, co. Wilts :
Hertford recruiting at, 283.
-, mayor of. See Lawes, Thomas.
carriage from Newcastle forbidden, 235.
Saltash, Saltase, co. Cornwall :
Hopton hemmed in at, 237.
levy from farmers of, 237.
Salvetti, Amerigo, resident of Tuscany in England :
letter from colleague at Venice, 127.
house searched, 140, 141n.
to inform king of league between Tuscany, Venice and Modena, 178
-, and of action of league, 290.
San Domingo, West Indies :
ship from, 226.
San Paolo de Loanda, Loango, San Paolo in Angora, W. Africa :
Dutch will not restore, 28.
San Tomaso, Spanish ship :
captured in action, 86.
San Tome. See St. Thomas.
Sancta Clara, merchantman :
dispute over cargo, 226
-, arranged between parliament and merchants, 232.
Santa Magdalena, Spanish ship :
burned in action, 86.
Santa Margherita, merchantman :
hired to fetch currants from Zante, 178.
Sas van Gent, Sas di Ghent Sas di Gand [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands] :
Orange entrenched at, 299
-, Melo quartered near, 302.
Savile, Savel Savil, Thomas viscount :
parliament summons to London, 66
-, prevents hostile petition being presented to king, 78.
parliament orders arrest, 78, 79.
to meet queen, plot to betray her, arrested, 236, 240, 261
-, regiment of goes over to Fairfax, 240.
Say and Sele, viscount. See Fiennes, William.
-, young lord. See Fiennes, Nathaniel.
Schenkenschanz, Schinscans [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands] :
Orange withdraws to, 306.
Scheveningen, Schevelino [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands] :
ships at, ready for queen, 233
-, queen returns to, 239, 244.
Schipon. See Skippon.
Sciomle. See Cholmeley.
Scotland and Scots :
ambassador to watch humours of, 14.
king made responsible for war with, 24
-, king reported going to, 63.
lords follow king to York, 25
-, Hamilton withdraws to, 104.
tax to pay debt to, 26
-, royalist property used to pay debt to, 277.
help to reduce Ireland, 41
-, threat to stop, 54
-, victory in Ireland, 55.
interest in king retaining appointments, 54, 55
-, king professes not to fear, 125.
strained relations with parliament, 62
-, doubtful which side will take, 65, 66.
Hotham asks for troops from to garrison Hull, 84.
king breaks treaty with by garrisoning Newcastle and Berwick, 91.
parliament sends commissioners to, 118
-, parliament confident of help from, 125.
declaration of loyalty to king, 131
-, large party on king's side in, 163.
force of, in Ireland, 148
-, cut up, 168
-, departure, 238.
proposal to unite English and Scottish churches, 154, 155
-, effort of parliament to conciliate, 163.
parliament fears France may influence to favour king, 171.
deputies from, intimate siding with parliament, 183
-, parliament sends to, for help, 199, 217.
internal dissensions render intervention unlikely, 183
-, hope of help from, 229.
king asked to conform to creed of, 206
-, petition of, to king, 236.
Newcastle takes steps to prevent invasion by, 217, 219
-, fear of prevents Newcastle joining king, 236.
mission to France about guard, 229
-, and for alliance, 244, 259.
Catholics of admitted to naturalisation by Irish parliament, 238.
parliament purchases munitions for, 246
-, hostility worst thing that could happen to king, 250.
king says English not interested in his differences with, 253.
sends four lords to queen, 258, 259.
queen suspicious of Hamilton's influence in, 259.
rebel confidence based on hope of help from, 257
-, in no condition to enter England, 262
-, disposed to intervene against king, 268.
need to guard frontier against, 263
-, attitude of the crucial thing, 270.
charge king with breaking faith with commissioners, 266, 268.
ask parliament for list of Scots serving on either side, 268.
king sends lords to strengthen party in, 270, 275
-, lords denounced to, 275.
parliament sends commissioners to, 273, 277
-, parliament ask to help recover Yorks, 277.
fear of effect of help from, on Ireland, 278
-, king asks help in Ireland, reply, 284.
desire in England to conform to church of, 289
-, advantage of holding Yorks because of, 298.
Douglas going to for levies for France, 290.
parliament to press for help, 294
-, demands in return for help, 306.
parliament stirs against king, 295
-, peace connot be arranged without consent, 300.
Lords want commissioners to start at once for, 301
-, reluctance of delegates to go to, 306.
-, army of. See army, Scottish.
meeting of, 65
-, English commissioners to take part in, 119.
fear of decisions prejudicial to king in, 119
-, decree for assimilating English liturgy to Scottish forms, 141.
chancellor of. See Campbell, John, earl of Loudoun.
commissioners of. See commissioners, Scottish.
levies of. See under levies.
nobility of. See under nobility.
king asked to permit meeting, 236, 246, 249
-, king sends lords to participate in, 246, 270, 275.
date fixed, called assembly, 284, 293, 295
-, king forbids, 293.
declares royalists traitors, 298, 299
-, king's partisans excluded from, 302.
Privy Council of :
sends Londoun to dissuade king from going to Ireland, 54
-, parliament not satisfied with declaration of, 61.
decision about interference with English affairs, 80
-, king justifies himself to, id.
petitions to, table of in king's favour, 84.
informed of agitations in England, 119
-, decides to move in favour of parliament, 240.
Treasurer of. See Stewart, John, earl of Traquair.
Se, Sec. See Fienncs, viscount Say and Sele.
Seacroft Moor, co. Yorks :
Fairfax defeats Goring at, 263.
seal, the great :
Littleton carries off to York, 69.
proposal to make a new, 168, 277, 279
-, before Lords, 283, 292
-, Commons determined on, 283, 294.
alleged abuse by king, 284.
motive for invention of conspiracy, 286.
-, keeper of. See Littleton, Edward baron.
secretaries. See under ambassadors.
gratuity of Venetian ambassador's, 158.
Secretary of State :
See Carey, Lucius, viscount Falkland
-, Nicholas, Sir Edward.
Senoc. See Sevenoaks.
Serborn. See Sherborne.
Sevenoaks, Senoc, co. Kent :
malcontents assemble at, 306.
Severn, River :
king proposes to throw bridge over, 175.
Seymour, William, marquis of Hertford, Arford, Erford, Erfort :
upholds king's cause in Somerset, 129
-, joins forces with king, 154, 168.
skirmish with Bedford near Sherborne, 161
-, defending Sherborne, 162.
to join king on march to London, 181
-, following king, 192
-, arrives at Oxford with contingent, 203, 229.
king expecting arrival, 225
-, king forced to make general, 237.
abandons siege of Cirencester, 231.
sent to command levy of Wilts, Somerset and Dorset, 279
-, busy at Salisbury, 283.
Hopton sets out to join, 287
-, junction with Hopton, successes, 289.
king pushes out to meet, 289
-, march to join king, 292, 295.
does not venture to leave West, 298
-, reported defeat by Waller, 301.
Shepton Mallet, co. Somerset :
Strode arrested at, 129.
Sherborne, Serborn, Sorborn, Sorborne, co. Dorset :
skirmishes near, 161.
castle, Bodford raises siege, 154, 168
-, Hertford defending, 161, 162.
Sheston, Captain Christopher :
Douglas served under, 304.
for coal, stopped, 229
-, cease to bring currants, 232.
with arms and munitions for king, 235.
cost of hiring for parliament, 237.
sent with men and munitions to Hull, 106
-, with munitions captured at Yarmouth, 178, 182.
will suffer from prohibition of currants, 175
-, lack of employment for, 220.
captured by Irish, 211.
Dunkirkers prey upon, 40, 214
-, Warwick stops five, but releases, 120, 128, 134.
with stores, chased by parliament ships, 138.
escorting Princes Palatine, fight with parliament ships, 137, 138
-, threat to treat as hostile, 142.
Holland gives up three to parliament, 150, 157.
ten seized by Warwick in reprisal, 296, 299, 303
-, merchants require insurance for against Warwick, 302.
fleet of trading to Ionian islands, 15, 22, 88
-, may go to Ragusa, 114.
Dunkirkers prey upon, 36, 40
-, stop munitions for Ireland, 116.
Dutch seize 12, for Dunkirk, 120, 122, 128, 132, 134
-, Melo looking for supplies from, 127, 164.
bring king stores from Holland, 162.
taking succour to Ireland seized by French, 178.
well treated by Venice, 254
-, danger of Dunkirkers attacking, 264.
king hiring frigates to prey on, 264, 275.
stopped for omitting to recognise Venetian galeasses, 267, 269, 275.
Dutch seize for carrying contraband, 296
-, restoration promised, 302.
English carry off from Cadiz, 116
-, (rebel) depredations of, 211.
Warwick seizes, 274.
will not salute Danish admiral, 303.
prevented from taking currants to England, 16.
See also Antelope
-, Constant Reformation
-, Garland, Golden Fleece, Greyhound
-, Happy Entrance
-, Little Richmond
-, Mary Rose
-, St. Anne
-, San Tomaso
-, Sancta Clara
-, Santa Magdalena
-, Santa Margherita
-, Whelp, the Tenth
-, William George
-, William John.
Shrewsbury, Sirosberi, co. Salop :
king proceeds to, 167
-, Essex draws near, 169
-, king moves from, 172
-, returns to, 175, 181.
royal army assembling about, 172
-, king marches from, 185.
king coins money at, 181, 186, 235.
Sidney, Robert, earl of Leicester, Lester :
king removes from lieutenancy of Ireland, 42
-, obeys summons from king, 229
-, submits to king and resigns office, 228.
-, -, daughter of :
list of London royalists found on, 237.
cargo of from Leghorn and Messina, 232.
Simmern, Simer duke of. See Louis Philip.
Sirosberi. See Shrewsbury.
Sister. See Cirencester.
-, Schipon, Philip
-, general of the city of London :
appointed to command London trained bands, 3
-, sent to attack Reading, 268.
Slanning, Sir Nicholas, governor of Pendennis Castle, governor of Falmouth :
seizes ships with supplies for Ireland, 243.
Slyngesby, Robert, captain of the Garland :
Warwick dismisses, 103.
Soames, Sir Thomas, alderman of London, Senator Zon, Son, Somons :
Ciustinian resists claims, 9
-, efforts to get currants prohibited, 15, 32, 87
-, cargo of currants for, 232.
soldiers, English :
Hollanders thwart passage to serve king, 157
-, taken over secretly, 164, 204, 208, 213
-, Orange charged with permitting to cross, 183
-, remonstrance upon, 224.
difficulty of taking out of Netherlands, 193
-, ten of each company promised to queen, by Orange, 195.
Londoners suffer from excesses of, 228
-, inflictions on country, 229.
brought by queen, 252.
Solms Braunfels, Solmes, count of. See John Albert.
Somerset, county :
thinks of copying Kent petition, 38
-, petition to arrange accommodation, 95.
operations of Hertford for king in, 129, 130.
gentry of, offer king levy, 279, 283.
Somerset, Edward, lord Herbert of Raglan :
defeated by Waller, 261, 265
-, repulses Waller, 266.
Somerset, Henry, marquis of Worcester, earl of Wster :
success over Waller, 287.
Somons. See Soames.
Son. See Soames.
Soranzo, Girolamo, Venetian Ambassador in France :
despatches to the Senate, 244.
Sorborn, Sorborne. See Sherborne.
Southampton, earl of. See Wriothesley, Thomas.
Spa [Prov. Liege, Belgium] :
queen talks of going to, 94.
Spain and Spaniards :
reply to mediators delayed, 4, 10
-, Bavaria demands agreement with about restitution, 4
-, oppose concessions to England, 10.
Venice curious about influence in England, 14
-, Venice must not let down, 27.
asked what satisfaction will give Palatine, 20.
nuncio urges to send troops to England, 24
-, Dutch foil plan to help Charles, 94.
disturbed at Warwick's appointment, 43, 47
-, Warwick's illwill against, 274.
extirpated English at Tortuga, 43n.
-, captures from English 62
conspires with France to hurt of Charles, 70
-, visit of Charles to, 101.
Dutch serve England and Portugal against, 94.
money from relieves mart, 97
-, English ships seized for helping, 120.
assistance to Irish rebels, 116.
money of, on ships seized by Tromp, 120
-, Tromp stops troops leaving Dunkirk for, 165.
operations in Picardy, 127
-, English watching, 132
-, promise to defend Calais against, 137.
talk of Arundel going on mission to, 142, 148.
present to Venetian ambassador on par with, 207, 213.
Orange opposed to peace with, 220
-, queen suggests truce with, to Orange, 238.
threat of reprisals on English goods in, 226
-, Charles authorises reprisals in, 232.
soldiers at Dunkirk for, 238
-, money sent from to Flanders, 274.
Infant of. See Ferdinand son of Philip III.
Infanta of. See Maria Anna.
king of. See Philip IV.
merchants of. See under merchants.
ships. See under ships.
Spina, Dr., ambassador of Palatine in Germany :
leaving with Roe, 94.
Splinter, the :
English ships seized near, 120n.
Spire [Bavarian Palatinate, Germany] :
chapter of, 12.
Stafford, co. Stafford :
king goes towards, 167.
Gell leaves to engage Northampton, 261.
Stamford, co. Lincoln :
proclamation dated at, 30n.
Stamford, Stanford, earl of. See Grey, Henry.
Stanhope, Stanop, Catherine, widow of Henry lord :
made governess of Princess Mary, 169.
Stanley, James, lord Strange :
activity for king in Lancashire, 96
-, leaves Lancashire to join king, punishes Manchester, 161.
-, -, earl of Derby, Arbi :
to join king on march, 181
-, following king, 192.
-, William, earl of Derby, d'Arbi, 96.
Stapelton, Stapilton, Sir Philip :
commissioner sent to York, 91
-, deputation to king, 108
-, takes parliament's demands to Essex, 173.
States General, States. See Netherlands.
Statute book :
king asks parliament for, 66.
Stavenisse, Cornelis van, pensionary of Zeeland :
assaulted by Knuyt, 194.
Sterne, Richard, master of Jesus Coll., Cambridge :
sent to Tower, 112.
Stewart, John, earl of Traquair, lord high Treasurer of Scotland :
sent to queen, 258
-, reception, 259
-, summoned back, 262
-, returns, 266.
Stradling, Henry, captain of the Swallow :
declares for king, surrenders to parliament, 177n.
Strahan, , captain of the Providence.
takes stores to king, 103n.
Strait, the. See Gibraltar, Strait of.
Strange, lord. See Stanley, James.
Stratton, co. Cornwall :
Hopton defeats Stamford at, 279, 283.
Strickland, Stricland, Stridland, Walter, parliament envoy to the Dutch : 195.
-, arrived at Hague, 144
-, reception, 145.
answer to remonstrances, 150
-, Roe tries to prevent reply to, 151.
answer to delayed, 157, 164, 169, 174
-, keeps quiet awaiting events, 180.
French curious about negotiations, 164.
Hollanders support strenuously, 164
-, moves to stop munitions for king, 164
-, assurances of Hollanders to, 174.
notification of mission, 184
-, non-committal reply to, not pleased, 189, 190.
insists on stopping of men and munitions for England, 193
-, remonstrates in vain against soldiers going, 208
-, further remonstrance, 224.
gentleman sent to support, 220.
Orange sees and later refuses to receive, 224
-, reports audience of Orange, 232.
gets Hollanders to have queen's ship stopped, 245.
remonstrates about frigates for king, 273
-, slight attention paid to, 275.
States General refuse to receive, 278
-, distress over, 281
-, efforts to mitigate, 284.
Boswell hinders reply to, 287, 290, 293
-, but has many supporters among Dutch, 290.
king aggrieved with Dutch for treating with, 302.
Strode, William :
Hertford has arrested, 129.
Stuart, James, duke of Lennox and Richmond, Lenos :
accompanies king to York, 25
-, takes refuge in Netherlands, 174.
brings king reinforcements from York, 276
-, to assist rising in Kent, 306.
tax of four imposed, value, 26.
Suffolk, cloth of :
trade commissioners consider question, 24.
work at London fortifications on, 256.
Swallow, royal navy :
captured by parliament, 177.
Sweden and Swedes : 12.
threatened alliance with against emperor, 48
-, king served in army of, 221
-, quarrel with Denmark over Baltic, 303.
-, king of. See Gustavus Adolphus.
-, ships. See under ships.
Switzerland and Swiss : 8.
Symonds, Thomas, English merchant :
has currants bought at Zante, 17.
for regulation of religion, composition and objects, 289
-, order upon, 291
-, first sitting, 298
-, examines articles of religion, slow progress, 301.