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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Haake, , envoy to Denmark, returned, 111.
Haesdoneg, , Fleming, captain of frigates for service of Charles :
offers ships to serve Venice, 246, 260.
Hague, Netherlands :
news from sent by Contarini, 35, 43, 45, 51, 54, 59, 61, 78, 86, 117, 120, 132
-, letter dated at, 300.
states meeting at, 10, 12
-, Agostini sent to, for levy, 18
-, Orange retires to, 22, 25
-, Palatine leaving, 130
-, Charles has no resident at, 193.
Hamburg [German Empire], 5, 8, 21 :
parliament deputies at, 22n
-, Newcastle at, 123.
Hambi. See Holdenby.
Hamilton, James marquis of :
threatens Scottish government if sends army into England, 32
-, declared leader of Scottish royalists, 39
-, created duke, 47.
not sincere in devotion to king, 47
-, flees to Oxford, arrested, 58, 61
-, sent to Wales, 67.
price put on head, 54
-, treachery makes Scots' invasion inevitable, 62, 65
-, service against emperor, 145.
-, William, earl of Lanark, secretary of state for Scotland, detained at Oxford, 67
-, escapes to London, arrested, 69.
Hampshire, Hopton in, 51, 57.
Hampton Court, co. Middlesex :
royal children to be taken to, 310.
Harcourt, count of. See Lorraine, Henry de.
Harman, Armeno, Thomas, captain of the Golden Falcon, 45, 103.
Harris, Leonard, captain of Paragon, sentence against revoked, 226.
Hastings, Sir James, surrenders Ashby, 249.
Hatton, James, captain of the Henry, 177.
Heenvliet. See Kerckhoven.
Henderson, Sir John, defeat at Winceby, 34.
-, -, envoy from Denmark to England, reaches London, 219.
Henri IV., king of France, 151n :
queen shows spirit worthy of, 123
-, helped by Venice, 183.
Henrietta Maria, queen of Great Britain :
French regiment of, 121.
troops brought by, sent to besiege Bristol, 2
-, advised immediate attack on London, 14.
Gressy meets, 4
-, joins king, 16
-, gentleman from, to Harcourt, arrested, 30.
bad health, may go to France, 4
-, message to French queen, 17.
will not receive repentant lords, 14, 19
-, intense desire for peace, 40.
Essex moves to prevent joining king, 16
-, house of captured in Beds, 60.
offers Harcourt use of Somerset House, 26
-, Montagu a traitor for serving, 30.
parliament deprives of hereditary revenues, 30
-, welcomes Harcourt, present from regent, 40
-, resentment over, 41.
impeachment of, 63, 65
-, move against favourites of, 63, 67
-, advised to conciliate Harcourt, 65.
offers to city in name of, 64
-, protest about Dutch ambassadors, 69, 76.
letters of Goring to, intercepted, 67
-, in danger of miscarriage, 90
-, recovered, 92.
talk of going away, 72
-, Oxford to be made safe for, 75.
sends for Mayerne, 95, 103
-, goes to Bristol, 95, 97, 99
-, goes to Exeter, 101, 103.
invited to France, 99, 101, 119
-, Sabran's visit to, 107, 109, 116.
Dutch ambassadors to take leave of, 105.
confinement of, 107, 111, 112
-, goes to Pendennis, 118, 121
-, proposed crossing to France, 119, 121, 124.
begs king to give her safer quarters, 110
-, Sabran appeals to Parliament for, 116.
in bad state of health, 121, 123
-, parliament hopes for speedy death, 124
-, better, 134, 139.
alleged letter of Sabran about, 122
-, Sabran suspected of conveying letters to king, 132.
crosses to France, 123
-, cordial reception, 126, 198
-, assignment for, 127, 134, 143, 151.
gets instructions sent to Sabran for mediation, 129
-, requests for help, 143.
charged with unchastity, 130
-, courier from seized, 136.
receives news of Lostwithiel, 139
-, goes to Nevers, 143
-, at Fontainebleau, 148
-, reception, 150, 154, 156.
encourages king to expect French help, 145
-, Orleans urges help for, 150.
wants to marry prince of Wales and Mlle, d'Orleans, 151.
receives ambassadors, 152
-, says king ought to hang all rebels, 154.
better, but beauty gone, 153
-, Nani to visit, 156
-, Nani visits, asked for news, 158.
parliament apprehension of doings, 154
-, Augier sent to watch, 156, 163.
French cautions about helping, 159
-, will get no help from France, 163.
young prince of Orange to visit, 163
-, urges France to prevent Swedish alliance with parliament, 168.
letter from king to, intercepted, 173
-, gentleman from king reaches, 174.
sends arms and money to king, 174
-, sends Digby to pope, 175, 187.
distressed by news, 177
-, sends money to Charles, 178
-, ill but receiving visits, 185.
promoted Palatine Gonzaga match, 185, 187
-, Venice fears Talbot may prejudice, 192
-, Nani sees about Talbot, 194, 195.
recovered of fever, 188
-, at St. Germain for health, 196
-, news brought to, 201.
not pleased at Rinuccini's mission, 192
-, refuses him audience, 194.
letters for Charles best forwarded by, 193
-, king's letters from taken, 197, 198
-, and copies of his to her, 198.
receives news of Naseby, 196
-, asked help from association of Nevers, 200.
Sousa intermediary between, and king, 198, 200
-, king asked to get succour from Lorraine, 201.
king warned against Sabran, 201
-, Bouillon's force refused to, 220.
king's promises to about Catholics and peace, 201
-, Digby returning to, 222.
Nani to pay respects to, 205
-, recovers after illness, 208
-, use of Sabran to correspond with king, 233.
begs French for levies, 232, 233
-, levy and money granted to, 238, 239, 243.
clergy asked to subscribe to, money paid to, 240
-, Digby brings scant hope of help from pope, 242
-, will tell Mazarin Digby's report of pope's enmity, 243.
dissuades king from sending prince to Denmark, 245
-, persons sent by to Scotland, arrested, 248.
prince may join, 250
-, gets permission for him, 251, 256
-, entreats him to come, 258, 264.
Nani to inform of intention to send resident to England, 258
-, Nani visits, 293.
agreement with for frigates, 258, 259.
wants prince, to secure better terms in peace, 265
-, distress at failure, 267
-, prince reaches at St. Germain, 269.
parliament ignores in peace terms, 272, 276
-, at Fontainebleau with prince, 275
-, returns to St. Germain, 276.
sale of jewels in Holland, 297
-, distressed state of, 299, 301
-, Bellievre's negotiations for, 305.
question of return to England, 306
-, thinks of going to Ireland, 309.
king receives letters from at Holdenby, 314
-, urges him to accept any terms, 320.
forbids prince to serve in Flanders, 314
-, has news of army's revolt, 320, 321.
-, -, master of the horse. See Jermyn, Henry lord.
-, daughter of Charles I., birth, 112, 117
-, mother leaves at Exeter, 118
-, rejoins mother in France, 276.
Henry, duke of Gloucester, son of Charles I. :
king wants to have, 81
-, parliament changes all attendants, 84.
kept in London since beginning of war, 270
-, removed from London to avoid plague, 281
-, to go to Hampton Court, 310.
Henry, Enrigho, English merchantman, of London, at Leghorn, 177.
Herbert, Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery :
presence in parliament, 11n
-, Harcourt asks for release of Montagu, 33
-, raises troops to defend isle of Wight, 44.
-, co. Hereford, king at, 197
-, king's forces near, 201
-, Scots near, 208
-, Scots besiege, 209-212
-, siege raised, 213, 215
-, taken by surprise, 234, 238.
-, governor of. See Birch, John.
herring fisheries, Dutch offer pledged crown jewels for, 80.
Hertfordshire, complains of behaviour of troops, 78.
Hessians, take Duren, 25.
Hide, Hider. See Hyde.
High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.
Hill, Lewis, plot for York's escape, 298.
Holdenby, Humby, Hambi, co. Northants, 303 :
king to go to, 298, 300-2
-, his journey to, 304-6.
king writes from, 308
-, king receives communication from queen at, 314.
Scottish commissioners at, 309
-, king fetched from by army, 321, 322.
-, province of, nominates delegates for peace conference, 5
-, objects to Count William of Nassau, 15
-, opposition to English embassy, 35, 43, 51, 54
-, Strickland treats with alone, 78
-, receives agent from parliament, 207.
-, See also Netherlands.
Holland, earl of. See Rich, Henry.
-, Olis, Denzil, deputation to king, 157n
-, accused, his informer sent to prison, 196.
-, John, earl of Clare, Cler, earl Holles :
goes over to king, 11
-, seeks reconciliation with parliament, 61.
information to Venice about levy, 245
-, interests self for levy, 248, 250.
Holstein, Torstensson invades, 66n.
Honiton, Uniton, co. Devon, Prince Maurice at, 114.
Hope, English merchantman, at Leghorn, 177.
-, Obton, Opton, Sir Ralph, viscount, made governor of Bristol, 9
-, advance on Kent, 36, 41, 51, 53
-, Waller retires before, 46
-, success in skirmishes, 48.
king dissatisfied with, 51
-, retires into Hants, 57
-, unable to stop Waller, 60, 62
-, not helped by local risings, 64.
out of favour, talk of deserting king, 74
-, blocks way to West, 86
-, king sends reinforcements to, 88
-, reverse of Cheriton, 89, 91.
threatens Waller, 96
-, leaves Bristol to join king, 112, 114
-, joins Prince Maurice, 115.
joins forces with king, 128
-, given Wilmot's post of lieut-colonel, 133.
king puts in Goring's place, with care of prince, 209
-, prepares to relieve Bristol, 211, 212
-, prince wants to send to king, 218.
Fairfax defeats at Torrington, 247-249
-, hemmed in, 250
-, capitulates, 251, 252, 257.
horses, duke of Orleans sends to England for, 119.
Hotham, Lodan, Odan, Sir John, governor of Hull :
makes accusations to excuse conduct, 3, 9
-, reported dead, 7.
-, Captain John, executed, 171.
household, the king's, officials who adhered to parliament restored to places, 302.
Howard, Edward lord, of Escrick, presence in parliament, 11n.
-, James, earl of Suffolk, presence in parliament, 11n.
-, Michael, accompanied king on flight from Oxford, 259
-, captured at Newcastle, 267.
-, escapes, 294
-, summoned to London, 302.
proposed assimilation to principles of, 155
-, parliament writes to, letter delivered to king, 174
-, fear of allies fomenting, 196
-, prince asked not to worship publicly with, 256.
Hull, Uls, co. York :
troops sent to, 14
-, unsuccessful sally from, 17
-, preparations for siege of, 21.
siege of, 28, 30, 32, 34
-, raised, 37, 38
-, money for Scots stayed at, 52
-, deputy governor of, 302n.
Humber, River, 95.
Humby. See Holdenby.
Hunsdon, baron. See Carey, John.
Huntley, marquis of. See Gordon, George.
-, Hide, Edward, king makes peer, 146
-, king makes secretary, 173.
-, Hider, Hyder, Ider, Henry, English consul in the Morea :
question of recall, 20
-, may dispute consulship with Ball, 82.
answerable for trade in Morea currants, 24
-, buys currants for Golden Falcon, 45
-, wise to revoke banishment, 94.