Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 29, 1653-1654. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1929.
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Haarlem [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], protests against secret article to prejudice of Orange, 235.
Hague [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 48.
news from, 93.
instructions from, 4
-, instructions required from, 56
-, Villano expecting orders from, 59.
Grand Duke decides to write to against Van Galen, 36
-, Pauw dies at, 42
-, Bonel back at, 69n
-, Chanut sent to, 131.
duke of Gloucester received at, 54
-, proposals of Charles at, 59.
several conferences at about peace overtures, 82
-, commissioners return to, to report, 115, 130, 172, 175.
English representative to sit at, 111
-, talk of sending express to, 138.
public funeral for Tromp at, 117
-, Council at consults Provinces about peace proposals, 127
-, mission of Chanut to, 149, 156.
Scottish insurgents send delegates to, 128
-, weapons sent from to Highlanders, 149.
Groot Johan, a Swede, arrested at, 154
-, Jongestal returns to, 272n
-, Beverning returns to, 290n.
little sign of peace overtures but great preparations for war at, 180.
express sent to for ratification of peace, 202
-, anxiety for return of, 204-5.
England may encourage civil strife at, 246.
Hamburg, German Empire :
envoy from about ships, 17.
Bradshaw leaves for Copenhagen, 21
-, Bradshaw returns to, 43.
Wheel of Fortune returning to, 178.
-, ships of. See under ships.
Hamilton, Col., arrival in Scotland, expected to make trouble, 194.
Hampton Court, co. Middlesex.
reserved as residence for Cromwell, 202.
Cromwell goes to, for relaxation, 202, 217
-, plot to assassinate Cromwell on return from, 219, 236.
Hanse Towns :
Dutch ask to help against England, 8
-, defensive alliance in treaty, 31.
Dutch trading under flag of, 96
-, included in defensive alliance with English and Dutch, 216.
-, ships of. See under ships.
Harlay, Philippe de, comte de Cesy, French ambassador at the Porte, arrangement for payment of debts, 242n.
Haro, Don Luis de, Don Luigi, minister and favourite of Philip IV :
arranges to hire English ships and Irish levies, 59
-, hopes from England, high opinion of strength, 224
-, speaks of English co-operation against France, 233.
speaks to Quirini about Blake's squadron, his opinions, 268
-, thinks Cromwell's government about to crash, 276.
Lorraine's secretary confers with, 275.
Harrison, Thomas, major-general :
trying to deprive Cromwell of command of army, 60
-, opposition to Cromwell a blind, 101.
parliament asks for inclusion in government, 101
-, on committee to treat with Dutch commissioners, 108.
leader of the Anabaptists, 160
-, likely to be deprived of command, summoned to London, 169
-, unseated and banished to country, 264.
recognised head of Anabaptists, 264.
Havre de Grace [Seine Inferieure, France], governor asks instructions about admitting English ships, 77.
hemp, cargoes of, seized by Dutch in Sound, 5
-, cargoes seized by English, 96, 107.
Hendra, Martha, 169.
appeal to Council for husband, 170.
-, Thomas, imprisoned at Venice, memorial for, 169-70.
Henrietta Maria, queen of Great Britain, queen of England :
Sagredo avoids visiting, 23
-, visiting of left to his discretion, 37.
sale of property, 25
-, says Charles preparing to leave France, 51
-, Charles takes leave of, 235.
welcomes duke of Gloucester, 77
-, Charles interferes to prevent making Gloucester Catholic, 283.
Cromwell suspected of having suborned secretary of, 230.
-, chancellor to. See Digby, Sir Kenelm.
Henry VIII, king of England, breach with Church, 289.
Henry, duke of Gloucester :
lands at Dunkirk, 38
-, banished from England, 38, 43
-, kept prisoner by parliament, 78.
received at Hague by sister, 54
-, arrives at Paris, 77.
Charles interferes to prevent mother making a Catholic, 283.
-, English ship, captures Stella, 91
-, captured by Tromp, brought to Leghorn, 102
-, Tromp proposes to take to Amsterdam, 105.
herring fishery :
English mean to destroy Dutch, 96
-, Dutch dependence on England for, 99
-, Dutch hit by loss of, 135.
Dutch to enjoy and pay subsidy for, 152
-, with peace Dutch will return to, 210.
hides, cargo of from Guinea, 252n.
invariably victorious in forays, 231
-, raid into Lowlands, 253
-, generals kept busy to prevent fresh moves by, 278.
See also Scotland and Scots.
Hispaniola. See San Domingo.
Hobson, Obson, John, merchant :
Levant Co. refuse title of consul to, 11n
-, report of Savii on petition about consulship, 195
-, presents letters of credence, 201
-, accepted by state, 202, 218.
reports instructions about Galilee, 235
-, informs Galilee of steps for release of son, 276.
claims monopoly of currant trade for Levant Co., 243.
Holland, Province of, Netherlands :
hoped that Pauw's death may make more friendly to Charles, 54.
letters from to parliament, reply to, 54
-, reply sent, 57
-, reply to expected, 60, 63.
idea of separate understanding with, 58
-, Boreel says peace overture made by, alone, 61-2.
action disapproved by majority, 64
-, efforts for secret understanding with, 138.
commissioners from, for England, 89
-, de Witt a native of, 138, 143.
appoints own captain to succeed Tromp, 124
-, opposes choice of Maurice of Nassau, 126.
opposes election of Prince of Orange as stathouder, 124
-, dissensions with other Provinces about Orange, 214-5, 217, 235
-, reason for abiding by peace, 215.
secret envoy sent to, 143
-, Zanardi going to, 232.
assents to peace with England, 181, 183
-, has always leaned to peace and good understanding with England, 182.
Cromwell offers armed support against other Provinces, 217
-, resists design of States to recall ambassadors in London, 229, 245-6.
opposes convocation of StatesGeneral, 235
-, other Provinces fear domination and present paper against, 240-1, 245-6
-, Cromwell warns Zeeland and Friesland of consequences of disagreeing with, 241
-, England supporting against other Provinces, 245-6, 254, 260
-, Beverning recalled by, 290.
claim that other Provinces should bow to, over peace, 248
-, alone in opposition to Orange, 254-5
-, can carry out arrangements against Orange alone, 258.
suspends grant for stathouder's guard and fortifies towns, 258.
States agree to payment stipulated by, 258
-, secret articles accepted by resented by other Provinces, 272.
de Haro thinks Blake's fleet likely to help, 268.
France supporting Friesland against, 279
-, other Provinces receive warning from, 287
-, Beverning draws closer union of with England, 290.
-, See also Netherlands.
Hoorn, Home [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], ship of, captured by English, 14n.
-, Radziciowski allowed to export duty free, 134
-, presented to Cromwell by Count of Oldenburg, 226.
household, Cromwell summons to service all of king's, 168.
Huguenots, French Protestants :
take up arms, English rejoice at, 130
-, said to have asked help of England, 247
-, Cromwell's demands for, 265
-, secret understanding with, 286.
humiliation, day of, 25.
Huntsman, frigate, has letters of marque for Spanish service, 170.