Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27, 1643-1647. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.
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East India Company :
dealings with Richaut, 186
-, consign letters to Padavino, 188
-, protest of, about Richaut, 189, 190
-, Venice revokes sequestration, 214.
governor of. See Cokayne, William.
East Indies, Orange sells property in to help Charles, 5.
Eastern Association, Associated Counties, 110 :
Manchester unable to supply army of, 42
-, raise and supply army, 102.
Newcastle wants Rupert to go against, 118
-, Manchester's obligations to, 140.
king thinks of marching again, 153
-, fear of attack want army back, 157.
offers more troops, strength of Independents in, 166
-, threatened attack on, 173
-, reinforcements of horse from, 205
-, surprised at king's doubling back, 122.
Eastland merchants, petition to parliament, 22n.
reply to king from, 47n
-, letter to Protestant churches dated at, 89n
-, plague at, 204, 211, 213
-, Montrose takes, 212
-, bargain with Montrose, 213
-, report of king going to, 263
-, Assembly held at, 281
-, parliament at, 299.
Edward of Braganza, prince of Portugal, John IV. asks Charles to intercede for, 198.
Edward, Palatine Prince, son of Frederick V. :
returns to Paris, 143
-, marriage to Anne Gongaza, 184, 185, 187, 188
-, banished from France, 187.
Edward of London, English merchantman, at Leghorn, 177.
Elboeuf, duke of. See Lorraine, Charles de.
-, queen, religious settlement of, 19, 243
-, king abides by, 161.
Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, princess Palatine, 152 :
writes to commend interests to Munster congress, 43
-, anxiety for Prince Maurice, 45
-, asks loan from Dutch, 86, 87
-, Palatine Edward returned to, 187.
Elizabeth, princess, daughter of Charles I. :
king wants to have, 81
-, parliament changes all attendants, 84
-, removed from London to avoid plague, 281
-, to go to Hampton Court, 310.
Elsberi. See Aylesbury.
Emery, sieur d'. See Particelli.
Emflit. See Kerckhoven, John van der, lord of Heenvliet.
-, See Ferdinand II.
-, Ferdinand III.
Empire Spaniards obstruct peace in, 297.
Enghien, due d'. See Bourbon Cond, Louis II. de.
England and English :
dislike of Morea currants, 87
-, importation of currants to prohibited, 119
-, Hamilton did not commit in helping Sweden, 145
-, dislike of foreigners, antipathy to French, 145
-, hate Scots more than other foreigners, 157
-, third of money sent via, converted into coin, 176
-, Palatine Edward pensioned by, 185
-, Venice desires to have news of, 193, 195
-, Waller insists in arming levies in, 237
-, not interest for French to have Flanders fortresses, 300.
effect of stopping trade in currants, 1, 19, 24
-, Scots disposed to help, 14
-, Scottish lords threaten government if sends army into, 32
-, cannot hold out without Scots, 58.
cloth trade with Ionian islands, 24
-, many refugees from, in Netherlands, 36
-, Dutch profit at expense of, 38, 43.
troops from Ireland arrive in, 39, 58, 63
-, Irish claim to be independent of, 58.
king wants regiments of, from Netherlands, 39
-, dislike of severity to royal messengers, 49.
extravagant suspicions, 58
-, Irish troops for, 66, 107
-, democracy desired by, 76.
concessions to, in Turkey, 59.
Scottish invasion inevitable, 62
-, Scots' declaration on entering, 71.
parliament stirs against Laud, 68
-, Laud's condemnation to please, 70.
subjected by new Committee to foreign nation, 74
-, Scots complain of not keeping promises, 79.
suspicions of king, 75
-, parliament means to expose king's deceit to, 81.
Scots opposed to religious diversity in, 79
-, heavy burden of taxation, 84
-, dislike tax on food, 88.
fear Scots will be of little use, 85
-, Scots dissatisfied with, 136.
friendly treatment in Levant Islands, 87, 101, 104
-, buying Levant currants again, 93.
king allows use of foreign money in, 88
-, foreigners superior to in intellect, 126.
lawless, no respect for foreigners, 95
-, intention to turn into republic, 124.
hurtful to for France to have Gravelines, 116, 119
-, France favours moderate monarchy in, 129.
exodus from to France, 127
-, troubles of suit France admirably, 143, 163.
abandoning everything to reduce king, 127
-, think of putting Palatine on throne, 130
-, Palatine's conduct not generally approved in, 135
-, Palatine denies ambition, 148.
lack foresight but sensible of discomfort, 144
-, king means to impose peace on, 149.
Scots wish to introduce Presbyterianism into, 147, 150
-, French feeling against for ill-treatment of merchants, 158.
Swedes offer help against French invasion of, 169
-, strained relations with Dutch, 184.
licence in religious opinion, 173
-, popularity of parliament declining in, 190.
king will make all property in liable for repayment of Venetian loan, 181.
talk of alliance with Spain and Denmark, 184
-, king has upper hand in, 190.
fine for lodging without licence at Venice, 191
-, property of released by French, 192
-, French revive policy of using Scotland against, 200.
fresh Scottish force enters, 197
-, Montrose's successes do not affect Scots' activity in, 205.
Spaniards prevented from sending money to Flanders by, 202
-, would like Turks to take Candia, 216
-, offer of captains to attack Turkish fleet, 219.
parliament in position to get control of whole, 218
-, stream of refugees from to France and Holland, 233.
French fear intervention in Flanders, 239, 263, 267, 272.
Scots unwilling to withdraw garrisons from, 248, 249
-, their offer for evacuation, 278, 279
-, agreement upon, 279, 285, 286.
as republic will give France cause for reflection, 255
-, watching affairs in Flanders closely, 272.
mutiny of sailors at Malamocco, 261
-, illicit trading of Venetian merchants through, 265, 286.
confusion of religion and sects in, 266, 267, 281
-, French fear planting of republic in, 275.
Venice may need levies and ships from, 274.
greatly increased business at Constantinople, but heavy debts, 282.
French efforts to keep up division in, 285, 290
-, danger of fall of Dunkirk to, 285
-, Dunkirk asks for free trade with, 289.
Rupert to command in France, 293
-, parliament stops going over, 296.
dislike of views expressed by Warriston, 294.
king handed over to, 303, 304
-, Scots complete evacuation, 307.
estrangement from France, 301
-, Mazarin held out hopes of help in, 304.
complaints from against local committee, 307
-, complaints about army and billeting, 309.
Venetian instructions to representative in, 18, 31, 33, 40, 46, 48, 73, 87, 96, 98, 100, 101, 106, 109, 117, 125, 127, 137, 156, 170, 175, 176.
fleet of. See navy.
king of. See Charles I.
-, James I.
levies of. See under levies.
merchants of. See under merchants.
queen of. See Elizabeth
-, Henrietta Maria.
ships of. See ships English.
English Channel, the Channel, squadron in, against Dunkirkers, 38.
Enrigho. See Henry.
envoys.See under ambassadors.
Epernon, due d'. See Nogaret. Bernard de.
Erizzo, Battista, executore contra bestemmie, 191.
Erizzo, Francesco, doge of Venice :
replies to Talbot, 15, 55, 59, 178, 181, 183, 185
-, letters of Charles to, 179, 180, 185, 186
-, letters of Talbot to, 180, 181.
Essex, county :
king thinks of entering, 113, 141
-, troops from join Waller, 115
-, desert him and go home, 126.
-, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.
Estampes, Jacques d', marquis of la Fert Imbault, Fertambo, French ambassador in England, left Bure in charge, 4.
Etton, George, captain of the Dragon, 177.
Evesham, co. Worcester, king's message from, 141.
excise, riot in London about, 307.
Exeter, co. Devon, 218n :
siege of, 2
-, surrender expected, 6
-, obstinate defence, 9, 14
-, Rupert sent against, 12.
ships sent for relief, 12
-, king recalls troops from, 18
-, surrenders to king, 21
-, Lynn a set off to, 25.
queen going to for confinement, 97
-, queen at, 101, 103, 107
-, as rebellious as London, 110.
Dutch ambassadors going to, 105
-, princess born at, 112
-, queen leaves, and returns to, 121.
Essex moving on, 110, 112, 114
-, Prince Maurice protects, 118
-, no fear of Essex besieging, 121.
princess Henrietta born at, 112, 117, 267n.
king at, sick, 128, 133
-, Wilmot sent prisoner to, 133
-, queen's courier captured near, 136.
Fairfax marches on, 208
-, besieges, 242, 244, 246, 248, 252
-, parleys, 255
-, surrenders, 256.