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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25: 1640-1642 (1924), pp. 326-330. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89512 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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East India Company, India Company :

opposition to debasement of coinage, 59.

Government takes up pepper from, 74, 76.

East Indies :

Heenvliet arranges dispute over, 53
-, Boswell sent back to Hague about, 54.

Echembergh. See Eggenberg.

Edinburgh, Scotland, 177 :

citizens fortify, 33, 35, 38
-, king going to, 179
-, reception at, 205
-, Charles drives through with Leslie, 219.

Hamilton will not go to, 235
-, Hamilton and Argyle return to, 242.

castle :

defence against surprise, 21
-, hard pressed by Scots, 44, 46, 48, 59
-, surrenders, 87, 89
-, Scots demand custody, 102.

-, governor of. See Ruthven, Patrick.

-, parliament at, 213n.

-, - See also Scotland, parliament of.

Edward, Palatine Prince :

goes to Paris for education, 110.

Eger, Egra [Bohemia], 143.

Eggenberg, John Anthony, prince of, Echembergh, imperial ambassador extraordinary at Rome, 40.

Eglesfelt, John, English merchant :

agreement with the Benicelli, 156.

Egmont, Louis count of :

urges Flanders to revolt, 134
-, offers Flanders to Charles, 177.

Egra. See Eger.

electoral vote :

Roe prepared to give up insisting on, 144
-, Bavaria asks Palatine to renounce, 176
-, Bavaria to keep, 181.

to pass to Palatine when Bavaria line extinct, 185
-, Roe wants referred to special negotiation, 210
-, Roe's representations upon, 273.

Elizabeth, Queen of England :

seized Spanish money for Flanders 59
-, Irish rebels against received in Spain, 129.

penal laws against Catholics, 123
-, oath of, to be reimposed, 165.

loans to Dutch, parliament thinks of claiming payment, 164.

favoured currant trade 168.

church settlement of, 215, 220, 236, 263, 277.

Elizabeth daughter of James I, queen of Bohemia and Princess Palatine :

had no share in negotiations for marriage of niece to Orange, 103
-, conducted negotiations secretly, 106.

offended at being kept in the dark, 103
-, Palatine's attitude to marriage may cause to leave Holland, 136.

Orange marriage articles follow lines of, 122.

popularity in England, 130
-, Charles does not want in England, 136.

Roe to confer with, 144
-, letter of, 262n.

distressed at successes of imperialists and difficulties of brother, 158
-, pleased at Rupert's return, 263.

Elizabeth, Princess, second daughter of Charles I :

proposed marriage to young Prince of Orange, 52, 103, 107
-, Portuguese offer for, 130.

Ely, bishop of. See Wren, Matthew.

emperor
-, Caesar. See Charles V
-, Ferdinand III
-, Louis of Bavaria.

Empire :

electors claim precedence over Venetian, 83n, 146.

Endevert, l'. See Diligence.

Enflit. See Kerkhoven, Jan van der, lord of Heenvliet.

England and English :

prowess in Dutch army, 46.

Venetian instructions to representatives in, 20, 22, 27, 57, 63, 68, 69, 82, 83, 99, 130, 132, 159, 165, 180, 182, 186, 207, 217, 224, 230, 243, 252, 253, 256, 263, 267 270, 274, 279, 286, 290.

1640 :

supposed intrigues against France, 2, 42
-, irritation with France over Palatine's arrest, 10, 13.

suspect royal army intended against parliament, 4.

claims against Dutch over Indies revived, 6
-, Dutch fear Spanish intrigues in, 8, 13.

agreement with Spaniards for receiving fleet, 9
-, bribery most efficacious means in, 15.

Savoy princes propose alliance with, 18
-, Spaniards suspect of treachery over Rebecca, 32.

Richelieu's criticism of, 18, 19
-, could upset French plan of campaign, 19.

eagerness for parliament, 21
-, king tries to conciliate by summoning, 23
-, elections in, 25.

Scots aim at strengthening party in, 23
-, reluctance to fight Scots, 49.

plans considered for arbitrary taxation of, 27, 43, 46, 48
-, murmurs at dissolution, 46
-, rioting, 47.

fear of pirates disturbing trade in Ocean, 34.

Velada fears unsettled state may upset plans, 36
-, Spanish confidence in alliance with waning, 51.

grain exported to relieve needs of Dutch, 37
-, troubles in deprive Denmark of help, 51.

king cannot dismiss parliament without making important concessions to, 38.

king tries to conciliate opinion, 49
-, fears alliance with Spain may cause fresh discontent in, 51.

settlement of East India dispute with Dutch, 53
-, expected rapproachment with Dutch, 55
-, Dutch not inclined to, 61.

unlikely to accept debased coinage, 59
-, money only idol, 199.

fast celebrated in, for victory, 59
-, outcry against licentiousness of troops, 65.

Charles realises Spaniards encourage his disagreement with, 62.

Spaniards at Finale take goods of, 67
-, Richelieu's criticisms of, 77, 78, 80-82.

feeling in favour of Scots, 70, 71, 73, 75, 97
-, authority cannot repress, 75.

fear of imminent outbreak in, 74, 93
-, plight due to evil ministers, 77.

Spanish hope of alliance with fails, 78
-, avarice ruling spirit in, 98.

advantage of Scottish peace to, 79
-, Scots stress community of interest with, 90.

growing licence, 83
-, impossible any longer to deny satisfaction, 84
-, high demands of, 89.

king betrays aversion from parliament to, 92
-, and so alienates, 93
-, king's mistaken attitude to, 95.

king refers to invasion of, 94
-, difficulty of expelling Scots from, 96.

Venice orders best of treatment for, 99, 101, 204
-, results in usually disappointing, 113
-, capricious, 126.

king hopes to separate Socts from, 102
-, Scots not disposed to evacuate, 104, 113
-, may advance further into, 118, 129.

1641 :

Dutch ambassadors sail for, 110
-, eager for union with Dutch. 116
-, Orange sails for, 141
-, lands, 143.

Scots mean to work with, 111
-, pleased at settlement of Scottish claims, 125.

freedom from duties at Constantinople, 115
-, dispute about debts of Cesi to, 134, 135.

expulsion of priests from, 119
-, abroad may suffer for ill treatment of Catholics, 123.

Dutch may get troops from if king settles differences with, 120
-, proposed alliance with Dutch, 121, 124
-, terms suggested, 128.

queen thinks of escaping from, 124
-, support of queen mother in, 137.

quiet depends on result of Strafford's trial, 128
-, disorders if unsatisfactory, 129, 136.

offers of Portuguese to, 130
-, attempt to engage offices, 137
-, terms of Portugal for alliance, 164, 165.

Orange to invest princess's dowry in, 134
-, Dutch waiting to see issue in, 160.

parliament means to settle internal affairs first, 135
-, strong feeling against Catholics, 145.

will not pay taxes before Strafford executed, 141
-, unpopularity of queen in, 151.

king contemplates using army against, 145
-, charge of conspiring to bring foreign troops into, 148.

troubles in, darken rejoicing over Dutch match, 147
-, unpopularity of king in, 151, 167.

plot to subdue by force, 150, 153, 160, 163, 172
-, excitement over, 150
-, king asked to disavow, 166.

assurances to appease, 151
-, plot used to excite against king, 152, 153.

parliament calls troops from and sends back, 151
-, army denies conspiracy against, 166.

queen mother told to leave, 152
-, Giustinian to work for peace, 165.

probability of religious changes in, 154
-, licence in religion, 170.

Princess Palatine distressed by state of, 158
-, Palatine expects little from, 161
-, Spanish offers to for Palatinate, 176
-, must not abandon Palatines, 178
-, but will do nothing, 179, 226.

demands expulsion of bishops, 154, 160
-, desires democratic government, 167.

Scots unwilling to evacuate, 161
-, Commons do not want to go, 164
-, army not to be reduced while Scots occupy, 166.

proposal to forbid importation of currants, 168-171, 173
-, passion for currants in, 168, 170, 234, 239.

sole mart for Ionian Isl. currants, 169, 180
-, suggested importation of currants by Venetians, 173.

proposed tax on, 171
-, incidence of published, 176, 177.

unlikely to let king go to Scotland, 177.

in no condition to do much for Palatine, 182, 185
-, threats to Austria, 185.

queen's desire to escape from, 183, 186, 207.

foreign ministers fear unruliness of, in king's absence, 194
-, nuncio at Venice on disorder in, 196, 197.

evacuation by Scottish troops, 198, 208, 212
-, rejoicings at evacuation, 215.

affection of North for parliament doubtful, 205
-, propagation against king and Scots in, 206
-, enquiry about disposition of North, 209.

queen hopes attitude of Scots will react on, 208.

assurance of friendliness to Scots, 209
-, French ask to co-operate for Palatine, 216.

difficulty of getting county residence in, 214
-, lawless disregard of law of nations, 231.

parliament losing favour with, 215, 220, 222
-, libels against parliamentarians, 225, 226.

king hopes to deprive of assistance of Scots, 221, 223
-, hope of using Scots to tame, 229.

pleased at king giving Scots share in appointments, 225.

Swedes ready to co-operate with, for Palatine, 226
-, not disposed for war with Austria, 230.

Dutch disinclined for alliance with, 227
-, Dutch think of renewing alliance, 233, 255, 270.

king accused of designs against liberties, 232
-, danger of civil war in, 237, 242.

Venice treats well, 238, 239, 252
-, Giustinian taxed with calling barbarians, 249, 250.

dislike of going to fight in Ireland, 250, 265, 273.

beginning to realise bad government of parliament 252
-, remonstrance may not affect as expected, 258.

parliament tries to make king odious to, 262
-, protection of priests injures king with, 265.

1642 :

attitude upon Palatine affair, 270
-, confusion in makes faction abroad impossible, 279, 282.

reaction to affair of 5 members, 277, 280
-, Commons work upon, 289.

Dutch contemplate mediation in, 287
-, disturbances in stop trade, 291.

fleet to defend against attack, 289
-, king gives way about measures for defence, 293.

supports encroachments on royal authority, 290
-, many of royalists leave, 294.

enrolment of men able to bear arms, 293
-, satisfaction at measures against Catholics, 297.

fleet. See navy, royal.

king of. See Charles I
-, Henry IV
-, James I
-, Richard II.

levies. See levies, English.

merchants. See merchants, English.

queen of. See Elizabeth
-, Henrietta Maria.

ships. See ships, English.

English Channel :

Charles complains of Dutch outrages in, 17.

Tromp watching for Oquendo in, 18
-, Spaniards want English to secure passage, 43
-, by maintaining fleet in, 45.

Barbary pirates pass through, 55
-, Tromp waiting for Spaniards in, 92
-, squadron of fleet to guard, 289.

English Company. See Levant Company.

envoys. See under ambassadors.

Erfort, marquis of. See Seymour, William, earl of Hertford.

Erizzo, Francesco, doge of Venice :

replies to French ambassador, 3, 4.

replies to Talbot, 16, 22, 67-70, 101, 104, 155, 158, 162, 185, 196, 259, 274.

letters of Charles to, 156, 205.

reply to nuncio, 197.

Essex, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.

Estampes, Jacques d', marquis de la Ferté Imbault, Sieur de la Fertbo, la Ferte Imbo, Fertembo, French ambassador in England, 248 :

Montereul informs Charles of appointment, 112
-, reported nomination, 112
-, Richelieu tells Correr of, 115.

queen eager for arrival, 117, 164, 172
-, queen mother going on arrival, 140.

Giustinian waiting for lead with Portuguese, 140
-, Venice glad of arrival, 186.

proceeding to England, 147
-, at Dover, 172
-, enters city, sees queen, 175.

parliament suspicious of, 176
-, does not meddle with civil affairs, 179.

office with queen mother, 176
-, offers to her, 184, 188.

to urge help for Palatines, 179
-, wants co-operation for Palatine, 187, 188, 216, 229.

obtains permission for levy, 179
-, efforts over levy, 187, 194, 203, 213, 216.

against queen leaving England, 183, 187.

employs English priest, 189
-, offers help about Clopton, 191
-, servants rescue priests of Portuguese embassy, 198.

intervenes about Capuchins, 207, 246
-, pleads for lives of priests, 265.

mob attacks embassy, apology to, 214, 230
-, letters respected, 243.

encourages idea of attack on Indies, 227
-, not sanguine of England doing anything, 230.

complains of libel, 251
-, tries to discredit Roe's negotiations, 258.

king will not have mediation, 262
-, distrusted by queen, 277
-, further efforts to mediate 282
-, given no opening, 283.

fears disorders, prepares to send family away, 291
-, mortified at expulsion of Capuchins, 294, 295.

treats with Scots for levy, 292
-, arranged, strange condition, 295.

Estampes, Jean d', de Valencay, French ambassador at the Hague :

tries to dissipate unfavourable impressions, 13.

Estland. See Orkney Islands.

Estrées, Hannibal d', marquis of Coeuvres, Marshal d' Etre, French ambassador at Rome, marshal of France :

spoken of as ambassador to England, 10.

Ettrick, lord. See Ruthven, Patrick.

Evers, Lieutenant Compton :

murdered by troops, 61, 62n.



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