An Index A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T U W Y Z
Alphabetically digested, relating to the Principal Persons and Matters contained in this Book.
Abbot Archbishop, his advice concerning the Palatinate War, p. 12.
-, In disgrace at Court, p. 61.
-, His Letter to the King against Toleration of Popery, p. 85.
-, Still in disfavour, p. 431.
-, A Commission to sequester him, ibid.
-, His Narrative at large, containing the true cause of his being sequestred, from p. 434. to 457.
-, His speech concerning the Petition of Right, p. 546.
Abbot Doctor, p. 62.
Acts passed in Parliament, p. 148, 191, 632.
Alford Master, p. 562.
Allured Master, his Letter to the Duke, p. 91.
-, Another concerning the Duke, p. 609.
Ambassadors Private Instructions, p. 18.
Anhault Prince, made General of the Bohemians, p. 14.
Arminians, p. 62, III, 173, 178, 180, 475.
Arundel Earl, p. 636, &c.
Ashley Serjeant, question for words, p. 545.
Aston Sir Walter, p. 14, 56, 106, 107, 113, 114.
Le Assembli desnotables, &c. p. 681.
-, and p. 14. Appendix.
Aske Mr. his Argument for Master Stroud, p. 18. Appendix.
Bacon Lord Chancellor, p. 28, p. 29, 31, 158.
Barkley Serjeant, his Argument against Mr. Stroud, Appendix, p. 21.
Barkshire Earl, p. 372.
Barons of the Exchequer sent unto about Merchants Goods, p. 654, 655.
Beecher Sir William, p. 426.
Bethlem Gabor assists the Bohemians, p. 12.
Bohemians, vide Palatinate.
Book of Bounty prohibited, p. 413.
Bramston Serjeant, upon the Habeas Corpus, p. 459.
Bristol, vide Digby.
Buckingham writes unto Gundamor of King James's dissatisfaction about the Palatine's War, p. 16.
-, Goes with the Prince into Spain, p. 76.
-, Made Duke, p. 78.
-, A Letter sent to him from Mr. Allured, p. 91.
-, His Narrative to both Houses of Parliament, p. 119.
-, The truth thereof attested by the Prince, p. 16.
-, The Popes Letter to him, p. 80.
-, His head demanded by the Spanish Ambassador, p. 126.
-, The Duke is justified of both Houses, ibid.
-, And by King James, who called him his Disciple, p. 127.
-, Is accused again by the Spanish Ambassador, p. 144.
-, Renders an account in Parliament of the Fleet, p. 186.
-, And also speaks on his own behalf, p. 187.
-, Queries in Parliament concerning the Duke, p. 217.
-, Sir John Elliot concerning the Duke, p. 220.
-, The King's Speech on behalf of the Duke, p. 221.
-, Lord Keeper's to the same purpose, ibid.
-, The Duke explains the King's and the Lord Keeper's Speech in Parliament, p. 225.
-, And renders an account of his Negotiation in the Low-Countreys, and elsewhere, p. 227.
-, Is vindicated by the Lord Conway, p. 231.
-, The Commons present a Remonstrance
-, against him, p. 243.
-, Private advice given him, p. 246.
-, The Duke's answer to a Message from the Commons, p. 247.
-, Articles exhibited against him by Bristol, p. 262.
-, The King's Messuage on behalf of the Duke against Bristol, p. 266.
-, Impeached by the Commons, p. 303.
-, Managed at a Conference by Eight Member, p. 302, 303, 304, &c.
-, Private Instructions on behalf of the Duke, p. 356.
-, The King's Speech on his behalf, p. 357.
-, A Message from the Commons against him, p. 357.
-, His Speech against them, p. 358.
-, Sir Dudley Carlton concerning him, p. 358, 359.
-, Dissatisfied at the relealse of Sir John Elliot, p. 361.
-, Sir John Elliot's explanation concerning him, p. 362.
-, Is chosen Chancellor of Cambridge, p. 371.
-, His Letter to that University, p. 373.
-, The King's Letter on his behalf, p. 374.
-, His Speech in Parliament, before he gave in his Answer, p. 375.
-, His Plea and Answer to the Impeachment, p. 376, &c.
-, The King prefers an Information against him in Star-chamber, p. 413.
-, Sets sail with the Fleet, p. 425.
-, Lands his Army at the Isle of Rhee, p. 426.
-, And had a hot encouter with the French, p. 427.
-, Omits to take in the little Fort, ibid.
-, Lays Siege to the Cittadel at St. Martins, ibid.
-, Retreats with the Army from Rhee, p. 465.
-, Declared the cause of all Grievances, p. 607.
-, Desires to clear himself concerning some words, supposed to be spoken by him, p. 627.
-, And charge one Melvin for speaking words against him, ibid. Isslain at Portsmouth, p. 635.
-, The King receives news of his death, ibid.
Burlacy Sir John, p. 15.
Burroughs Captain, p. 15, 40.
Burroughs Sir John slain at Rhee, p. 463.
Calthorp Mr., p. 458. Appendix 49.
Carlisle Earl, p. 170.
Carlton Sir Dudley, p. 76, 358, 359.
Carmarthen Mr. his Answer about Customs, p. 658.
Cautionary Towns in the Netherlands delivered up, p. 3.
Chambers Mr. questioned at the Council, and committed, p. 639.
-, Brings his Habeas Corpus, ibid. Is bailed, p. 640.
-, His Goods seised on for not paying of Customs, p. 641.
-, A Writ of Replevin denied him, ibid. Proceedings in Star-chamber against him, p. 670.
-, His Sentence, p. 671.
-, His Submission tendered, p. 672.
-, His refusal thereof, p. 673.
-, His Plea in the Exchequer against the furisdiction of the Court of Star-chamber, ibid.
-, Brought upon Habeas Corpus, p. 676.
-, His Petition to the long Parliament, p. 677.
-, His death. p. 679.
Charles Prince, his Letter to Philip the Fourth of Spain about the Match, p. 59.
-, Goes disguised into Spain, p. 76.
-, Had a sight of the Princess Henrietta Maria, as he passed through France, ibid.
-, His reception and entertainment in Spain, p. 77.
-, Endeavours used to make him change his Religion, p. 78.
-, The Pope's Letter to him, ibid.
-, His Answer thereunto, p. 82.
-, Swears to Articles of Marriage, p. 86.
-, The Oath taken by him, p. 88.
-, Swears to private Articles, p. 88, 89.
-, And afterwards finds delays in Spain, p. 102.
-, Resolves to depart thence, and leave a Proxy with Bristol, p. 103.
-, Feasts the Spanish Dons aboard his Ship, p. 104.
-, Arrives safe in England, ibid.
-, Left private Instructions with Bristol to contradict the Proxy, ibid.
-, Attests the Duke's Narrative in Parliament, p. 119.
-, Is proclaimed King, p. 165.
-, New swears the old Privy Council, ibid.
-, Pursues their advice, p. 166.
-, Puts forth a Proclamation of Government, p. 167.
-, Attends in person his Father's Funeral, ibid.
-, Continues the Duke intimately in favour, ibid.
-, Levies Soldiers for the Palatinate, p. 168.
-, Signs the Articles of Marriage with France, ibid.
-, The Marriage solemnized in France, p. 169.
-, Sends the Duke of Buckingham into France to attend the Queen into England, p. 170.
-, And meets the Queen at Dover, ibid.
-, The Marriage consummated at Canterbury, ibid.
-, Brings her to London, ibid.
-, His first Speech in Parliament. p. 171.
-, The Lord Keeper's Speech by his direction, p. 172.
-, Owns Montague as his servant, p. 174.
-, Adjourns the Parliament to Oxford, ibid.
-, His Ships employed against Rochel, ibid.
-, His Speech at the Parliament in Oxford, p. 177.
-, Seconded by the Lord Conway and Secretary Cook, p. 178.
-, He answers the Commons Petitions against Recusants, p. 182.
-, Sends a Message for supply, p. 190.
-, The Commons insisting still upon Grievances, he dissolves the Parliament, p. 191.
-, And follows his design of War, ibid.
-, Sends out Privy Seals for Money, p. 192.
-, Disarms Recusants, p. 194.
-, Sends out his Fleet and Army under command of Viscount Wimbleton, p. 195.
-, Their unsuccessful Voyage, p. 196.
-, He now prohibits Trade with Spain, p. 197.
-, Takes the Seal from the Lord Keeper Williams, p. 198.
-, Calls a Parliament, ibid.
-, Prepares for his Coronation, p. 199.
-, Commands all of Forty pound per annum to appear and receive the Order of Knighthood, ibid.
-, The manner of his Coronation, p. 200.
-, The King is present at the opening of the second Parliament, p. 202.
-, And commands the Lord Keeper Coventry to speak what he intended himself to have said, ibid.
-, Forbids resort to hear Mass, p. 212.
-, The King's Letter to the Commons to hasten supply, p. 214.
-, Seconds it with a Message, p. 215.
-, To which the Commons sent an Answer, p. 216.
-, The King's Reply, ibid.
-, And sends another Message concerning Mr. Cook and Doctor Turner, p. 218.
-, Three Subsidies and three Fifteens Voted to be given him, p. 221.
-, And hot debate against the Duke, ibid.
-, Whereupon the King speaks to the Parliament, ibid.
-, And refers to The Lord Keeper to speak further, p. 222, 223, &c.
-, And speaks again himself, p. 225.
-, His Speech explained by the Duke, ibid.
-, Receives a Petition touching Nobility, p. 233.
-, His Letter to Bristol, p. 237.
-, His Message concerning Bristol, p. 238.
-, Receives a Remonstrance from the Commons concerning the Duke, p. 243.
-, Adjourns the Parliament for a week, p. 246.
-, He is attended by some Bishops concerning the Duke, p. 247.
-, Leaves the House at liberty to present the matter concerning the Duke, p. 248.
-, His Message on behalf of the Duke against Bristol, p. 266.
-, His Speech on behalf of the Duke, p. 357.
-, Commits Sir Dudley Diggs and Sir John Elliot, p. 356.
-, Releases them, p. 360.
-, His Message concerning the Earl of Arundel, p. 364.
-, His answer to the Lords Petition, p. 367, 368.
-, His further answer concerning the Earl of Arundel, p. 369.
-, Another Message from the King concerning the said Earl, p. 370, 371.
-, The Earl of Arundel Set at Liberty, p. 371.
-, His Message to the Parliament, that they hinder not the Election of the Duke, as Chancellor of, Cambridge, p. 373, 374.
-, His Letter to that University on the Duke's behalf, p. 374.
-, His Letter to the Speaker concerning Supply, p. 390.
-, The Commons Petition him against Recusants, p. 391.
-, A Speech made to him by Sir Hennage Finch concerning the Duke, p. 397.
-, His Commission to dissolve the Parliament, p. 399.
-, The Parliament's Remonstrance to him, p. 400, 401, &c.
-, His Proclamation against the said Remonstrance, p. 411.
-, And another against disputing about Arminian Controversies, p. 412.
-, Causes an Information to be preferred against
-, the Duke, p. 413.
-, Prohibits the Book of Bounty, ibid.
-, Takes the Forfeiture arising from Recusants, ibid.
-, Grants a Commission to Compound with Recusants, ibid.
-, His Proclamation to make his Revenue certain, p. 414.
-, Sends to his Nobles to lend him Money, p. 415.
-, Demands of the City of London the Loan of One hundred thousand pounds, p. 415.
-, Requires Port-Towns to furnish Ships, ibid.
-, Which the Ports of Dorsetshire dispute, ibid.
-, The City of London the like, and are checked, ibid.
-, Issues forth Privy-Seals, p. 416.
-, Requires Inhabitants in Port-Towns to repair to their Houses, ibid.
-, Sends Ships to the River Elbe, ibid.
-, Declares the King of Denmark's overthrow to be one ground of the Loan, p. 418.
-, Puts forth a Declaration concerning the Loan, ibid.
-, Gives private Instructions concerning the Loan, ibid.
-, Gives private Instructions concerning the Loan, ibid.
-, Grants a Commission for Martial Law, p. 419.
-, Displaces Sir Randal Crew about the Loan, and makes Sir Nicolas Hide Chief Justice, p. 420.
-, Sends six thousand English into the Netherlands, p. 421.
-, Makes Sir Charles Morgan General of them, ibid.
-, Causes Refusers of Loan-Money to be pressed for Soldiers, p. 422.
-, Dissatisfied with the French about the Queen, p. 423.
-, and dismisses them, p. 424.
-, His Declaration concerning a War with France, p. 424.
-, Makes the Duke of Buckingham Admiral and General, and gives him a Commission, p. 425.
-, Secures several Gentleman for not paying the Loan-Money, p. 428.
-, Grants a Commission to sequester Archbishop Abbot, p. 421.
-, Appoints a Supply to be sent to the Duke under the Earl of Holland, p. 462.
-, A List of the Debt the King owes for Freight of Ships upon the two Expeditions to Cadiz and Rhee, p. 466.
-, Calls a Parliament, p. 472.
-, Sets at liberty the imprisoned Gentlemen about the Loan-Money, p. 473.
-, A List of the Gentry imprisoned by the King about Loan-Money, ibid.
-, His Commission for an Imposition in nature of an Excise considered of, p. 474.
-, His Privy-Seal to pay Thirty thousand pounds for paying of German Horse, ibid.
-, His Speech at the opening of the Third Parliament, p. 476.
-, Lord Keeper's Speech by his direction, p. 477.
-, The Speaker's Speech to him, p. 480.
-, Petition to him for a Fast, p. 498.
-, His propositions for Supply, p. 506.
-, His propositions touching Supply again mentioned, p. 511.
-, His Answer to the Petition against Recusants, p. 515.
-, His Propositions debated, p. 519, 520.
-, His Message concerning words said to be spoken, p. 523.
-, Another Message to secure Liberties by Bill, p. 525.
-, Subsidies resolved to be presented unto him, ibid.
-, The King's Answer concerning the same, ibid.
-, The Dukes Speech concerning the Commons liberal gift to the King, ibid.
-, A Message from him against a Recess at Easter, p. 537.
-, A Message from the King to hasten Supply, p. 538.
-, The Speaker's Speech unto him at the delivery of the Petition against Billeting of Soldiers, p. 540.
-, His Answer to that Petition, p. 545.
-, The Lord Keeper's Speech by his command to rely on the Kings word, p. 549.
-, Secretary Cook's Speech thereupon, on behalf of the King, p. 549, 550.
-, Sir Benjamin Rudyard's Speech concerning the King's word, p. 551.
-, The King sends another Message by Secretary Cook, to know whether the Parliament will or no relie on his word, p. 552, 553.
-, Several debates thereupon, ibid.
-, He sends another Message, that he intendeth shortly to end that Session, p. 554.
-, Debates thereupon, p. 555.
-, The Speaker's Speech in Answer
-, to the King's several Messages, ibid.
-, The King's answer thereunto, p. 556.
-, The King sends another Message to relie on his word, p. 557.
-, Several Debates thereupon, ibid.
-, The Petition of Right to be presented to the King, delivered at a Conference, p. 558.
-, His Letter declaring that he will preserve Magna Charta, &c.
-, Communicated at a Conference, p. 559, 560.
-, The Lords Addition to the Petition of Right to have a Saving for Sovereign power, p. 561.
-, Several Debates and Conferences thereupon, shewing the danger of such a Salvo, p. 562, 563, &c.
-, The Lords agree to the Petition of Right without the Addition, p. 584.
-, The King's and Lord Keeper's Speech at the presenting of the Petition of Right, p. 588.
-, The Petition of Right at large, p. 589.
-, The King's Answer thereunto, p. 590.
-, Not satisfactory, and several Speeches thereupon, p. 590, 591, &c.
-, A Message from the King to end the Session on such a day, p. 593.
-, He sends another Message that he will certainly hold his day to end the Session, p. 605.
-, Several Debates thereupon, and the Duke declared the Cause of all Grievances, p. 607, &c.
-, The King commands the House to adjourn p. 608.
-, The Lords Address to the King, to prevent a dissolution, ibid.
-, The King sends another Message to qualifie his former Messages, p. 610.
-, Several Speeches thereupon, p. 611.
-, The King's privy-Seal for payment of Moneys to raise German Horse, p. 612.
-, Burlemachs Examination, that they were to be imported into England, ibid.
-, The King receives a Petition from both Houses for a better Answer to the Petition of Right, p. 613.
-, The King's fuller Answer thereunto, and his Speech, ib. The King's Commission for raising of Monies by way of Imposition, p. 614.
-, Debates thereupon, p. 615.
-, Debates about a Remonstrance to the King against the Duke, p. 619.
-, A Remonstrance to the King against the Duke, p. 619, &c.
-, The King causeth the proceedings in the Star-Chamber against the Duke to be taken off the File, p. 626.
-, And causeth the Commission for Excise to be cancelled, p. 628.
-, A Remon-strance to him concerning Tonnage and Poundage, ibid.
-, The King ends the Session of Parliament, p. 631.
-, A particular of such Laws as he passed that Session of Parliament, p. 632.
-, Suppresses Dr. Manwaring's Sermon by Proclamation, p. 633.
-, Grants a Commission to compound with Recusants, ibid.
-, His Proclamation against the Bishop of Calcedon, ibid.
-, Sends Romish Priests to Wisbitch, p. 634.
-, Advances Sir Richard Weston to be Lord Treasurer, Bishop Laud to the Bishoprick of London, and Montague to a Bishoprick, ib. Pardons Montague and Manwaring, p. 635.
-, Sollicited to send Relief to the King of Denmark under Sir Charles Morgan, p. 636.
-, Adjourns the Parliament that was to meet the 20 of October, to the 20 of January, p. 638.
-, Takes the advice of the Judges about the racking of Felton, ibid.
-, Declares his resolution about taking the Imposition upon Currants, p. 639.
-, Consults with certain of his Council concerning the ensuing Parliament, p. 642.
-, His Speech at the second meeting of the Parliament, p. 644.
-, Sends a Message about the Bill for Tonnage and Poundage, p. 645.
-, Sends a Message to give precedency to Tonnage and Poundage, p. 647.
-, Petition to him for a Fast, p. 650.
-, His Answer thereunto, p. 651.
-, Notwithst anding his Message, precedency given to Religion, ibid.
-, His answer to that particular, p. 652.
-, His Declaration against Disputes about Religion debated, p. 653.
-, A report concerning his Pardon to Manwaring and Montague, p. 655.
-, His Message about Customs, p. 658.
-, His Commission about it, p. 659.
-, His Declaration concerning the dissolvling the third Parliament at large, App. p. 1.
Common Fame, p. 217, 218.
Conway Lord, 12, 23, 174, 178, 181, 231, 234, 239, 264, 288, 447, 448,&c.
Cook Secretary, p. 174, 502, 505, 506, 520, 524, 525,&c,538, 539, 552, 557.
Cook Mr., p. 214, 218, 225.
Cook Sir Edward, p. 197, 501, 509, 512, 520, 523, 532, 537, 558, 562, 593, 607, 615.
Corrinton Mr., 448.
Coronation, p. 199, 200.
Cottington Mr., p. 9, 13, 18, 76, 118.
Cotton Sir Robert, p. 20, 467.
Coventry Sir Thomas made Lord Keeper, p. 198.
-, His Speeches in Parliament, 202, 221, 477, 549, 555, 559, 626.
Privy Council new sworn, p. 165.
-, They write to Dalbeir about disposing the German Horse, p. 644.
Creswel Mr., p. 506.
Crew Sir Randolf displaced about the Loan, p. 420.
Crew Sir Thomas, p. 55, 117, 146, 147.
Again made Speaker, p. 172.
Cromwel Oliver against the Bishop of Winchester, p. 655.
Cromwel Lord, p. 195.
Crosby Sir Piercy, Lands with supply of Men, p. 463.
Darnel Sir Thomas about Habeas Corpus, p. 458.
Davenport Serjeant Argument, App. p. 27.
Dawes Mr. his Answer about Customs, p. 658.
Decimation projected 5 Car. App. p. 14.
Denmark King his Declaration, p. 417.
-, His Battle, ibid.
-, His over-throw, p. 418.
Digby Sir John, his discourse betwixt the Duke of Lerma, about a Match with Spain, p. 1.
-, His advice to the King in that matter, p. 2.
-, Is authorised to treat and conclude the Match, p. 3.
-, Presents the first draught of Articles, p. 4.
-, Sent Ambassador into Flanders, p. 23.
-, The substance of his Ambassy to the Emperor, and Duke of Bavaria, p. 37.
-, Gives an account in Parliament, p. 39.
-, Made Earl of Bristol, p. 67, 68.
-, A Letter to him from the King, p. 68.
-, Gives the King hope of a Match, p. 69.
-, Hath a Proxy delivered to him by the Prince to consummate the Marriage, p. 103.
-, Receives also private instructions not to put it in execution, p. 104.
-, Labours to satisfie the Prince to recal his instructions, but in vain, p. 105.
-, He and Sir Walter Aston again attempt it, but in vain, p. 106.
-, Bristol sends his Apology to K. James for demarring upon the new Instructions, p. 112.
-, Hath a tender of large offers from the King of Spain, p. 113.
-, Protests against the Duke's Narration in Parliament, p. 145.
-, A Letter from the Lord Conway to him, p. 234.
-, His answer to the Lord Conway, ibid.
-, His Petition for a Writ of Summons, p. 236.
-, The King's Letter to him, p. 237.
-, He petitions the Lords again about his Writ of Summons, ibid.
-, And desires to be heard in the accufation of the Duke, ibid.
-, Sends a Copy of the Lord Keeper's Letter, p. 238.
-, With his answer thereto, p. 239.
-, A Message from the King concerning him, ibid.
-, He is brought to the Bar, p. 248.
-, Articles preferred against him by the King's command, p. 249.
-, His expressions at the time of his accufation, p. 254.
-, His Speech at the delivery of the Articles against the Duke, ibid.
-, Articles exhibited by him against the Duke, p. 262.
-, And also against the Lord Conway, p. 264.
-, A Message from the King against Bristol, p. 266.
-, Reasons why he should only be tried in the House of Peers, p. 267.
-, Judges opinions concerning that particular, p. 268.
-, His Speech by way of Introduction before he gave in his Answer to the Articles, p. 269, 270, &c.
-, His Answer to the Articles, p. 274, 275, &c.
Dudley Sir Diggs, p. 55, 302, 303, 356, 360, 361, 527, 538, 547, 606.
Doncaster Viscount sent Ambassador, p. 11, 13, 22.
Drummond Mr., p. 163.
Earl Sir Walter upon a Habeas Corpus, p. 458.
Edmonds Sir Thomas, p. 648.
Elector, vide Palatinate.
Elliot Sir John, p. 220, 353, 356, 362, 429, 520, 526, 550, 557, 606, 648, 659.
-, Information against him in the Upper Bench, p. 683, 686, 687, &c.
Emperor, vide the Palatinate.
Essex Earl, p. 192.
Fairfax Captain, p. 15.
-, A Monument erected at Frankendale in memory of him, and Mr. John Fairfax his Brother, both slain in the defence thereof, p. 151.
Felton visited in prison, and confesses the fact, p. 638.
-, His examination before the Council, ibid.
-, Threatened to be rack'd, ibid. Tried, p. 640.
-, Tendereth his hand to be cut off, ibid.
-, Hung in Chains, p. 641.
Finch Sir Henneage, Speaker, p. 204, 397.
Finch Sir John Speaker, p. 480, 555.
Fleetwood Sir Miles, p. 555.
France about a Treaty of Marriage, p. 152, 154.
-, A Marriage there. p. 169, 170.
-, Difference with France, p. 423.
Gage Mr. sent to Rome, p. 23, 66, 121.
Glanvile Serjeant, p. 314, 322, 568.
Glynn Mr. Recorder, Ap. 56, 57.
Gundamor flatters King James, p. 3.
-, The Treaty on the Spaniards behalf, ibid.
-, Contrieves Sir Walter Rawleigh's death, p. 16, 18, 20.
-, Assaulted in London Streets, p. 34.
-, A Letter to him to expedite the Match, p. 69. see 113, 122.
George Sir Ferdinando, p. 175.
Germany, vide Palatinate.
Habeas Corpus Debates and Arguments, p. 458, 459, &c.
-, Also vide Parliament quarto Car. and Appendix.
Hackwel Mr., p. 511, 522.
Hayman Sir, Peter, p. 522.
Heath Sir Robert, p. 657, 670. Ap. 39, 53.
Henry Prince, a Match proposed between him and a Daughter of Spain, p. 1.
Herbert Mr., p. 308.
Herbert Sir Gerard, p. 15.
Herbert Sir Edward, p. 43, 69.
Heveningham Sir John brings his Habeas Corpus, p. 458.
Heidelburg, p. 66, 69.
Hobby Sir Thomas, p. 522.
Holland Earl, p. 462, 463.
Hollis Mr., p. 667, 683, 685.
Hubbart Sir Miles brought upon a Habeas Corpus, p. 680.
Hide Sir Nicolas made Chief fustice, p. 417.
James King of Scotland affects the Title of Peace-maker, p. 1.
-, Desires to Match Prince Charles with some great Princess, though of different Religion, ibid.
-, and 50.
-, Inclines to a Match with Spain, p. 1.
-, Flattered by Gundamor, p. 3.
-, Delivers up the Cautionary Towns, ibid.
-, Gives a Commission to Digby to treat on a Marriage, ibid.
-, Receives Articles about Religion out of Spain, p. 4.
-, Employs Sir Walter Rawleigh upon a design into America, p. 4, 5.
-, Too credulous of the spaniard, p. 8.
-, A Letter shewing upon what account the King gave way to the beheading of Sir Walter Rawleigh, p. 9.
-, sends Viscount Doncaster Ambassador, p. 11, 12.
-, His advice craved by the Count Palatine, p. 12.
-, He dislikes the Palatines acceptance of the Crown, p. 13.
-, a. 14.
-, b. 16.
-, a Goes to war with one Regiment to assist the Palatines, p. 14.
-, Receives news of the defeat given the Palatine at Prague, p. 17.
-, Raises Money by advice of Privy Council, ibid.
-, Flattered again by the Spaniard, p. 18.
-, The Spaniards Secret Instructions in reference to the King, ibid.
-, He calls a Parliament, p. 20.
-, Forbids discourse of State-affairs, p. 21.
-, His Speech to the Parliament, ibid.
-, Sends Digby Ambassador into Flanders, p. 23.
-, His Second Speech in Parliament about Projectors, p. 24.
-, Speaks on behalf of the Duke, p. 26, 27.
-, Sends a Message against Sir Henry Yelverton, p. 33.
-, d. Intends to adjourn the Parliament, p. 35.
-, The Commons Declaration about the Palatinate before the adjournment, p. 36.
-, Reforms grievances by Proclamation, ibid.
-, Again forbids Speaking of State-affairs, ibid.
-, Gives the Great Seal to Dean Williams, ibid.
-, Reassembles the Parliament, p. 39.
-, In his absence the Lord Keeper Speaks, ibid.
-, Is tried with a Petition and Remonstrance from the Commons, p. 40.
-, Writes to the Speaker, p. 43.
-, Answers the Petition, p. 46, 47.
-, His Answer qualified by the Lord Keeper, p. 52.
-, The Commons Protestation, p. 53.
-, The King tares it out of the Journal, ibid.
-, Commits Some Members of Parliament, p. 55.
-, Employs others to Ireland, ibid.
-, Again forbids Speaking of State-affairs, ibid.
-, Offers terms to the Emperor on behalf of the Palatinate, ibid.
-, Receives an Answer from the Emperor, p. 56.
-, Writes to Philip the Fourth to accelerate the Match, p. 57.
-, Also to Don Balthasar, p. 59, Writes for the raising of Moneys, p. 61.
-, Opposes the Arminian Sect, p. 62.
-, Shews favour to Recusants, ibid.
-, Lord Keeper excuses the King's favour to Recusants, p. 63.
-, Writes to the Archbishop about regulating the Clergy, p. 64.
-, Gives direction concerning Preachers, ibid.
-, New conditions demanded of him by the Pope, p. 66.
-, His answer to those demands, p. 67.
-, His Letter to Digby, p. 68.
-, Sends him a dispatch in a peremptory Style concerning Heidelburgh, p. 70.
-, Signs the Popes demands, p. 73.
-, Writes again to Bristol concerning the Palatinate, p. 74.
-, Sends the Prince into Spain, d. 76.
-, Archbishop Abbots Letter to the King against Toleration of Popery, p. 85.
-, Articles of Marriage Sworn to by him, p. 86.
-, The Oath taken by him, p. 88.
-, He swears also to private Articles,p. 88, 89.
-, Pope Urban writes to King James, p. 95.
-, After the Prince's arrival, sends to Bristol not to deliver the Proxy without restitution of the Palatinate, p. 105.
-, And writes to the Palatine to make his submission to the Emperor, p. 108.
-, The Palatine's answer, p. 108.
-, Seeks a Match with France, p. 114.
-, Calls a Parliament about the Treaty with Spain, p. 115.
-, Makes a Speech, ibid.
-, Also another Speech in justification of the Duke, p. 127.
-, He makes a third Speech unto them concerning their advice to break off the Match, p. 129.
-, Desires he may not have a Furrow of Land left without Restitution of the Palatinate, p. 130.
-, Scruples at the word Insincerity of the King of Spain, p. 136.
-, Declares his resolution to dissolve the Treaties, p. 138.
-, Accepts Subsidies, and makes another Speech to the Parliament, ibid.
-, Offers to go to War in his own person, p. 139.
-, Is troubled at a Petition against Recusants, p. 140.
-, That he hath broke the neck of three Parliaments, ibid.
-, His Answer to that Petition, p. 143.
-, Receives information concerning the Duke, p. 144.
-, His Speach at the Adjournment of the Parliament, p. 146.
-, A particular of what Laws he then passed, p. 148.
-, Desires a Match with France, p. 152.
-, Which he concludes, ibid.
-, And the Articles are sworn unto, ib.
-, He gives a Commission and Oath to Count Mansfield, p. 154.
-, He dies of a Feaver, p. 155.
-, His Character, p. 155, 156, 157, &c.
-, His Letter to Pope Clement, p. 162.
Jermin Sir Thomas, p. 617.
-, a. 240, 244.
-, Letter concerning the Parliament, p. 474, 674.
Judges Opinions, p. 268, 458, 509, 688.
Keeper Lord, vide,
Kensington Lord sent into France, in order to a Match, p. 114.
King Charles, vide Charles.
King James, vide James.
Knighthood, p. 199.
Knightly Captain, p. 15.
Knolls Sir Robert, ibid.
Lamb Dr. killed by a tumult in London streets, p. 618.
Lamb Sir John, p. 421.
Laud Dr., p. 61, 62, 155, 167, 199, 421, 431, 432, 439, 440, 454, 618, 637.
-, Libels cast abroad against him, p. 662.
Lenthal Mr., p. 690.
Littleton Mr., p. 528. Ap. 28.
Loan Money, p. 418, 420, 422, 423.
A List of the Gentry imprisoned about Loan-Money, p. 428, 473.
London City required to lend One hundred thousand pounds, p. 415.
-, They dispute it, ibid.
-, A Letter to to them about Dr. Lamb. p. 618.
Long Mr. brought upon a Habeas Corpus, p. 664.
-, His Case in Starchamber, p. 684. Ap. 18.
Lukenar Mr. Christopher, p. 627.
Mainheim taken, p. 70.
Mallory Mr., p. 55.
Mansel Sir Robert sent against Algier, p. 34.
Mansfield Count raises an Army of Twelve thousand Men, p. 152.
-, A List of some of his Regiments, p. 153.
-, Their miscarriage at Sea, p. 154.
Manwairing Dr. his two Sermons concerning the Loan, p. 423.
-, Mr. Rous's Speech against him, p. 585.
-, The Commons Declaration against him, p. 593.
-, Mr. Pim's Speech thereupon, p. 595.
-, The Sentence against him, p. 604.
-, His submission, p. 605.
-, His Sermon suppress'd by Proclamation, p. 633.
-, Pardoned, p. 635.
-, And advanced, ibid.
Mason Mr., p. 564. Ap. 20, 44, 45.
Martin Sir Henry, p. 521, 579, 617.
Matthew Sir Toby, p. 103.
May Sir Humphrey, p. 539.
Melvin Mr., p. 630.
Michael Sir Francis sentenced, p. 28.
Mompeson Sir Giles imprisoned, p. 24.
-, Sentenced, p. 27, 28.
Morgan Sir Charles, p. 421, 637.
Morton Sir Albertus, p. 166.
Montague, p. 173, 176, 177, 193, 199.
-, Advanced to a Bishoprick, and his Apello Caesarem called in, p. 634.
-, Pardoned, p. 635.
Murry Mr., p. 438, 439.
Neal Dr. Bishop of Winchester, p. 621.
Netherlands appear ready to embrace the antient Union with England, p. 110.
-, Six thousand English sent thither, p. 421.
Nobility, p. 233.
Noy Mr. upon a Habeas Corpus, p. 458, 563, 630.
-, Concerning Tonnage and Poundage, p. 654.
-, About Customs, p. 658.
Olivares Conde, his Letter concerning the Match, p. 71, 72, 84, 113, 120.
Palatinate. A War breaks forth in Germany, p. 5.
-, The Emperor adopts Ferdinando to be King, p. 6.
-, The Evangelicks assemble at Prague, ibid.
-, The first occasion of the troubles in Bohemia, ibid.
-, The Evangelicks offer violence to the Emperor's Council, p. 7.
-, And put forth a Declaration, ibid.
-, The Emperor publishes a Manifesto in contradiction thereof, ibid.
-, Both Parties Arm, p. 8.
-, A Blazing Star appears, ibid.
-, The Emperor Matthias dies, p. 11.
-, A Cessation of Arms proposed, ibid.
-, King James sends an Ambassador, ibid.
-, The Evangelicks oppose the chusing of Ferdinando to be King, ibid.
-, Bethlem Gabor joyns with the Evangelicks, p. 12.
-, The Palatine craves King James his advice, ibid.
-, Accepts the Crown before he receives an Answer, ibid.
-, King James dislikes the action, p. 13.
-, The King of Poland aids the Emperor, ibid.
-, The Palatinate proscribed, p. 14.
-, King James assists the Palatine with one Regiment, ibid.
-, The Evangelicks chuse a Generaliffimo, ibid.
-, King James dislikes the War, ibid.
-, An Army of Thirty thousand raised under Spinola ibid.
-, Marches towards Bohemia therewith, p. 15.
-, The Protestants discouraged upon the approach of the Army, ibid.
-, The Elector of Saxony executes the Ban against the Palatine, ibid.
-, The Battel at Prague, p. 17.
-, An Order of the King and Council to recover the Palatinate, ibid.
-, The Princes of the Union decline the Palatine, p. 21.
-, Palatine propounds a Peace, ibid.
-, Protestant Towns reconciled to the Emperor, p. 23.
-, The Emperor proceeds to execution of divers Protestants, p. 34.
-, The Emperor's reply to the Lord Digby's demands, p. 37.
-, The Duke of Bavaria's answer, ibid.
-, The Emperor's answer to Don Balthazar, p. 38.
-, The Palatine spoiled of his Hereditary Dominions, p. 55.
-, King James offers terms on the Palatine's behalf, and the Emperor's answer, p. 56.
-, An Order of the Council to raise monies for the Palatinate, p. 60.
-, Heidelburgh besieged, p. 66.
-, And taken, p. 69.
-, Manheim taken, p. 70.
-, No good intention in the Emperor, nor King of Spain, as to the Palatinate, p. 70, 71.
-, Frankendale block'd up, p. 74.
-, The Electorate conferred upon the Duke of Bavaria, ibid.
-, The Protestant Prince's Plea for the Palatine, p. 74, 75.
-, Sir Dudley Carlton concerning the Palatine, p. 76.
-, The Palatine labours to engage Prince Charles against the Marriage with Spain, p. 102.
-, King James puts the Palatine in hope by a proposal of new terms, p. 108.
-, King James demands the Town of Frankendale, deposited in the Arch-Duchess hands, p. 151.
-, A Monument erected for two Brothers [Fairfaxes] slain at
-, at Frankendale, ibid.
-, An Army under Count Mansfield, raised for the relief of the Palatinate, p. 152.
-, A list of the Regiments for the Palatinate, p. 153.
-, The mifcarriage of the Army, p. 154.
-, The Parliament meets, p. 20.
-, Adjourned, p. 35.
-, Their Declaration on behalf of the Palatinate, p. 36.
-, Meet again, p. 39.
-, Their Petition and Remonstrance to the King, p. 40, 41, &c.
-, King offended thereat, p. 43.
-, They notwithstanding send the Petition, p. 44.
-, A second Parliament meets, p. 115.
-, Sir Thomas Crew chosen Speaker, p. 117.
-, They justifie the Duke in his Narrative, p. 126.
-, and advise the King not to proceed in the two Treaties of the Marriage, and the Palatinate, p. 128.
-, Give the King three Subsidies, and three Fifteens, p. 135.
-, A Parliament called again, p. 171.
-, King's Speech in Parliament, ibid.
-, The Lord Keeper's Speech, p. 172.
-, Sir Thomas Crew chosen Speaker, ibid.
-, Two Subsidies granted, p. 174.
-, Parliament adjourned to Oxford, ibid.
-, Where they insist upon grievances, p. 176.
-, And again question Montague, ibid.
-, Are moved by the King to hasten Supply, p. 177.
-, Present a Petition to the King against Recusants, p. 181.
-, And fall upon Grievances, p. 190, 191.
-, They are dissolved, p. 191.
-, A particular of what Acts passed the first Session of this Parliament, ibid.
-, A second Parliament meets, p. 202.
-, Lord Keeper's Speech, p. 202, 203.
-, Sir Hennage Finch chosen Speaker, p. 204.
-, His Speech, ibid.
-, They fall upon Grievances, p. 207.
-, And again fall upon Montague, p. 209.
-, A report of the cause of Evils and Remedies, p. 214.
-, Several Messages from the King, p. 215, 216.
-, Doctor Turner's Queries in Parliament, p. 217.
-, His Explanation, p. 218.
-, His Letter, ibid.
-, Causes of Grievances again opened in the House, p. 219, 220.
-, Three Subsidies and three Fifteens Voted, p. 221.
-, Debate concerning the Duke resumed, ibid.
-, The King's and Lord Keeper's Speech concerning him, p. 221, 222.
-, A list of the Moneys disbursed for the War delivered to the Commons, p. 232.
-, The Commons present a Remonstrance to the King, p. 243.
-, And send a Message to the Duke, p. 247.
-, Afterwards prefer an Impeachment against him, p. 303.
-, Managed at a Conference by Eight Members, p. 302, 303, 304, &c.
-, Their Message to secure the Duke, p. 324.
-, Discontented at the Commitment of Sir John Elliot, p. 351.
-, Their protestation concerning him, and Sir Dudley Diggs, p. 360, 361.
-, A great contest in the House of Peers, concerning the imprisonment of the Earl of Arundel, p. 363, 364, &c.
-, The Commons dissatisfied that the Duke is chosen Chancellor of Cambridge, p. 372, 373.
-, The Lords Petition to the King to stay the dissolving of the Parliament, p. 398.
-, A Commission to dissolve the Parliament, p. 399.
-, The Commons Remonstrance, p. 490, 491, &c.
-, The King's Declaration against the Common's Remonstrance, Appendix, p. 1.
-, A Speech to the Parliament without doors, p. 489.
-, A Grand Committee settled, p. 498.
-, Debates in Parliament as to Grievances, p. 499.
-, The Parliament debate the business of the Habeas Corpus, p. 506.
-, Arguments about it, p. 507, 508, &c.
-, A Conference about the Petition of Right, p. 537.
-, Their Petition about the Billeting of Soldiers, p. 540.
-, Archbishop Abbot his Speech concerning the Petition of Right, p. 546.
-, Propositions tendered by the Lords instead of the Petition of Right, ibid.
-, The Commons disatisfied with the Propositions, p. 548.
-, They meet the 20 of January, p. 643.
-, Make enquiry about the Petition of Right, and the violation thereof, ibid.
-, A Report from the Committee concerning Religion, p. 646.
-, The Vow of the House of Commons, p. 649.
-, Several debates about Tunnage and Poundage, ibid.
-, The King commands the Speaker not to put the Question, p. 660.
-, Debates thereupon, ibid.
-, The Speaker held in the Chair, ibid.
-, The King sends the Usher of the Black Rod, and he in not admitted, ibid.
-, The King grants Warrants to apprehend several Members of Parliament, p. 661.
-, His Speech at the dissolution of the Parliament, p. 662.
-, Members of Parliament are examined before the Lords of the Council, ibid.
-, Questions propounded by the fudges concerning the imprisoned Members.
Paul Sir George, p. 240.
Pembroke Earl, p. 213.
Pennington Captain, p. 175, 325, 326.
Perrot Sir James, p. 55.
Philips Sir Robert, p. 55, 502, 509, 539, 553, 643.
Plague increaseth in London, p. 171.
-, Number of them who died Anno 1625.
Pope's assent to the Match, p. 66.
-, His Letter to the Duke of Buckingham, p. 80.
-, His Dispensation comes clogged, p. 84.
-, Pope Urban to King James, p. 93.
-, To Prince Charles, p. 98.
Preachers directions concerning them, p. 64, 65.
-, Proclamation against preaching and disputing, p. 412.
Privy Seals, p. 416.
Projects for raising Money, App. 12.
Proxies in the House of Peers, p. 269.
Puritans, p. 22. a. 167.
-, Described by Sir John Lamb, p. 420, 421.
Pym Mr., p. 55, 335, 525, 562, 595.
Queen Anne dieth, p. 10.
Rawleigh Sir Walter, his life sought by Gundamor, p. 4.
-, And is sacrificed to satisfie Spain, p. 9.
-, A Letter concerning him, ibid.
Romish Recusants, Immunities granted to them, p. 14.
-, The King solicited for favour to them, p. 36, 37.
-, A Petition and Remonstrance against them, p. 40, 41.
-, The King's Answer thereunto, p. 46.
-, The King shews further favout to them, p. 52.
-, Excused, p. 53.
-, Articles in favour of them, p. 89.
-, Pope Urban's Letter on behalf of the Romish Religion, p. 95, 98.
-, They promote the Match with Spain, p. 102, 103.
-, King James his Letter concerning a Petition against them, p. 140.
-, The Petition it self, p. 141.
-, The King's Answer to the Petition, p. 143.
-, Recusants taken at Clerkenwel, p. 474.
-, A Conference against them, p. 514.
-, Debates in Parliament against them, and Priests arraigned at Newgate, p. 633.
Rhee Island, p. 426, 462.
-, Several passages there, p. 463, 464, 465.
Richardfon Sir Thomas, p. 23.
Richard Sir Nathaniel, p. 55, 357, 606.
Rochel, p. 174, 386, 426, 463, 586, 587, 636, 637.
Rolls Merchant, p. 642, 653, 654.
Rous Master, p. 585.
-, His Speech concerning Religion, p. 645.
Rudyard Sir Benjamin, p. 501, 551, 617.
Sackvile Sir Edward, p. 15, 16, 31.
Sectaries, p. 22.
-, a Selden Mr. p. 55, 310, 522, 530, 563, 619, 628, 655, 660.
-, Brought upon a Habeas Corpus, p. 679, 682.
Seymour Sir Francis, p. 499.
Sherland Mr., p. 341, 342, &c.
Sheriffs Oath excepted against, p. 197.
Ship Vantguard employed against Rochel, p. 174.
Ships to be set by Port-Towns, p. 415.
Ships Arrears for Freight, p. 466.
Sibthorp Dr. Complains against the Puritans, p. 420.
-, His Sermon concerning Loan, p. 422, 436, 444.
Smith Richard, Bishop of Chalcedon, sent into England, p. 154, 155, 645.
Sovereign Power, p. 50.
-, a 568, 569, 570, 571, 572, 573, 574, &c.
Spain, vide Digby.
-, Crew Sir Thomas.
-, Finch Sir Heneage.
-, Finch Sir John.
Spinola, p. 14, 15.
Stafford Captain, p. 15.
Star Blazing appears, p. 8.
-, Opinion thereupon, ibid.
Star-Chamber information against Members of Parliament, p. 665.
-, Order there concerning the Duke, p. 413.
Stroud Mr. brought upon a Habeas Corpus, p. 664. Appendix, p. 18.
Term adjourned to Reading, p. 197.
Turner Dr. a Physician, his Queries, p. 217.
-, His explanation, p. 218, 222.
Valentine Mr. his Case, Appendix, 49.
Vaffal Mr. his Goods seized on about Custom, p. 641.
-, Proceeded against in Star-Chamber, ibid.
-, His plea to the Information, ibid.
-, Votes for Reparation, Appendix, 56, 57.
Vere Sir Horatio, p. 14, 15, 40.
Villers Sir Edward, p. 23.
Walter Sir William, p. 223.
Wandesford Mr., p. 352, 539, 607.
Warwick Earl sent to secure Langorpoint, p. 195.
Wentworth Sir Thomas, p. 500, 521, 523, 538, 554, 562.
Weston Sir Richard, p. 12. f. 23, 56, 66, 129, 215.
-, Made Lord Treasurer, p. 650.
Williams Dr. sworn Keeper of the Great Seal, p. 36, 39, 52.
-, Excuses the King's favour to Recusants, p. 61, 62, 63, 147, 160, 172,
-, Refuses to proceed against the Puritans, p. 420.
-, A passage of the Information in Star-Chamber against him, p. 421.
Wilmot Captain, p. 15.
Wimbleton Viscount, p. 195.
Yelverton Sir Henry, accused by the Commons, page 31.
-, His Speech thereupon, ibid.
-, At which King James is offended, p. 32.
-, His particular Answer in Serie Temporis. King James again, offended with him, p. 33.
-, His Sentence and Restauration. p. 34.
Zuinga Don Baltazar, page 38, 59.