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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 317-331. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89560 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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Cadiz [Prov. Cadiz, Andalusia, Spain] :

English cut out Irish ship at, 116.

-, governor of. See Idiaquez, Juan Alonso, duke of Ciudad Real.

Cæsar. See Ferdinand III, emperor.

Cæsar, duke of Vendôme, natural son of Henry IV. of France :

house searched, 141
-, arrested and searched on way to king, 253
-, leaves for France, 258.

Calais, Cales [Pas de Calais, France] :

Spaniards waste country round, 127
-, suspected design of Melo on, 132.

parliamentarians promise to defend, 137.

Caldecot, co. Warwick :

Rupert's attack on, 148.

Calvinism and Calvinists : 65.

strength in London, 73
-, hope to establish in England, 119.

majority of common people profess, 130
-, France does not wish to spread in England, 143.

Charles asked to establish, 141, 206, 209
-, Commons wish to establish, 155.

king disarms at Nottingham and Leicester, 161
-, prevail over Anglicans about bishops, 163.

Orange affirms adherence to, 217.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge :

king suggests as meeting place for parliament, 88
-, Rupert goes to, 253.

Cromwell at, 266
-, queen to travel through, 292.

University :

loyalty and money gift to king, parliament punishes promoters, 112.

-, Vice-chancellor of. See Beale, William.

Campbell, Archibald, earl of Argyle, Arghil :

goes to Scottish Assembly, 119.

Campbell, John, earl of Loudoun, chancellor of Scotland :

advice to king at York, 54.

Scottish commissioner, at Oxford, 240.

Candale, duke of. See Nogaret, Henry de.

Cantelmi, Cantelmo, Andrea :

concentrating near Malines, 281
-, Melo appeals to for help, 284
-, sent to stop Dutch near Namur, 302.

Capel, Arthur lord, of Hadham :

deprived of vote, 113
-, proposal to indemnify Essex with lands of, 276.

Capello, Zuane, Savio alla Mereanzia, 195.

Capuchins :

parliament wants to send away, 8
-, Commons decree expulsion, Lords intervene, 156
-, Lords stay expulsion, 258.

French king writes on behalf of, 235.

chapel demolished, put under arrest, 262
-, kept in confinement, 264.

remonstrance of Louis about, 266, 269
-, sent back to France, 269
-, rebels prosper for expelling, 272.

Gressy to remonstrate about, 284, 285.

Carafa, Carlo, bishop of Aversa, papal nuncio in Germany :

demands for Catholics in Palatinate, 52.

Cardenas, Don Alonso, Spanish ambassador in England :

deceived over Irish levy, 39
-, refused levy, 62.

apprehensive about naval preparations, 62.

foments trouble between English and Dutch, 120
-, says Palatine negotiations will not be continued, 137.

curiosity about Giustinian's departure, 138
-, gives him passport, 179.

apprehensive of Anglo Dutch alliance, 148.

gratuities paid by to ministers, 208.

difficulties over cargo of Sancta Clara, 226, 232.

Cardinal Infant. See Ferdinand, son of Philip III. of Spain.

Carey, Henry, earl of Dover :

deprived of vote, 113.

-, Henry, earl of Monmouth :

deprived of vote, 113.

Carey, Lucius, viscount Falkland, Facland, Fachland, Secretary of State :

deals with affair of currants, 109, 143.

letter to Giustinian, 113, 114.

king sends peace proposals by, 152
-, returns dashed by treatment, 153.

Carey, Cheri, M., the king's chamberlain :

sent to London about armistice, 255.

Carlisle, Carlil, co. Cumberland :

king going to, 46.

Carnwath, earl of. See Dalzell, Robert.

Carrickfergus, co. Antrim, Ireland :

Scottish force lands at, 148.

Catalonia, Spain :

Dutch prevent Dunkirkers helping, 94.

Catharine Sophia, Palatine Princess, 11.

Catholic, the. See Philip IV., king of Spain.

Catholics
-, Roman
-, papists
-, recusants :

king's proclamation to enforce penal laws against, 30
-, king tries to avoid imputation of understanding with Irish, 238.

feeling against because of rebel successes in Ireland, 51
-, houses searched, 140.

king forbids to serve in army, 134
-, king accused of conspiring with, 135, 187.

money and plate from houses searched, 154.

parliament justifies action by need of defending against, 183.

Orange issues declaration against 217
-, alleged contributions from Dutch to queen 223.

Newcastle apologises for having in army, 223
-, Scots ask king to expel from armies, 236.

parliament outlaws those serving in king's forces, 223
-, goods seized to support levies, 231.

Baynton asks leave to use revenues of for levy, 226
-, plate of captured at Chichester, 229.

oath of allegiance stiffened against, 228
-, king asked to accept, 239.

Irish admit to naturalisation, of all races, 238.

goods offered to Scots for help, 306.

Catholicism, Roman :

king accused of propagating, 123
-, king promises to subdue, 146.

Orange accused of leaning to, 217.

Scots say troubles arise from queen's favouring, 236.

the only faith detested, 289.

Cattheriche alias Huddleston, Edmund, priest :

executed at York, 52.

Cavendish, William, earl of Devon :

deprived of vote, 113.

Cavendish, William, earl of Newcastle :

advancing to relieve York, 211
-, drives enemy from York, 217
-, strengthens hold on York, 219.

declaration to Yorkshiremen, 223
-, king sends for 225
-, marching to Oxford, 229.

proceeds to reduce rebels in Lincolnshire, 225
-, disturbances after departure, 229.

efforts to prevent junction with king, 231, 232
-, king appoints general beyond Trent, 236.

tarries in Lincolnshire for reinforcements, 235
-, troops beaten by Fairfax, 240.

discovers plot against queen, 236
-, to escort queen to Oxford, 252
-, armistice to facilitate junction with, 263.

defending York, 247
-, growing strength, master in North, 266.

strength will give Scots pause, 266
-, pressure to keep in North, 276.

pursues Fairfax to Leeds, where repulsed, 268
-, besieges Leeds, 283.

to march with queen to Oxford, 270
-, leaves North in charge of King, 274
-, Yorkshire left to care of, 283, 293.

victory over Fairfax at Adwalton Moor, 298
-, takes Leeds, besieges Bradford, 301.

master of Yorkshire, extending to Lanes., 305.

Cephalonia, Ionian Islands :

currants from, 14, 232, 254
-, claim for price of bad, 17
-, currant plantations to be uprooted, 241.

prohibition of currants, a blow to, 105, 138
-, currant trade essential to, 143.

disposal of currant crop, 204
-, prohibition of currants from, 212.

representations from about fall in price of currants, 299.

English cloth sent to, 22
-, English cloth excluded from, 212.

Proveditore of, 143, 212, 241. See also Contarini, Francesco
-, Gritti, Pietro.

Rectors of, 16, 23.

despatches dated at, 138, 204.

Ceremonies, Master of the. See Gerbier, Balthasar.

Cerigo, island, Greece :

Venetians stop English ship off, 267.

cessation. See armistice.

Chalgrove, co. Oxford :

skirmish at, hushed up, 292, 295.

Chaloner, Richard :

executed for share in conspiracy, 298, 301.

Cham, Chamb [Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany] :

excepted in restitution of Palatinate, 75.

Chamberlain, lord high. See Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey.

-, the lord. See Devereux, Robert, earl of Essex.

Chancellor of the exchequer. See Colepepper, Sir John.

Channel, English :

Dunkirkers scour with 60 ships, 214.

Chaplain :

salary of ambassador's, 158, 159.

Charles I. (as Prince of Wales) :

correspondence with Pope Gregory XV., 101.

Charles I., king of Great Britain, king of England : 4, 5, 57.

parliament will urge to ally with Dutch against, Austria, 148.

1642 :

at Dover with queen, 1
-, parting with queen, 5
-, returns to Greenwich, 6.

Rupert comes to thank, 2
-, parliament prevents prince joining at Greenwich, 3.

puts off reply about lords lieutenant, 2
-, reply upon, 6, 7
-, parliament acts without, 7.

city petitions about command of trained bands, 3.

heavy taxes may revive popularity, 4
-, not detested by subjects, 7
-, possible reaction in favour of, 7, 36, 37, 39.

suggested intervention for peace of empire, 4, 10, 11
-, Roe's powers from, 9-12, 27.

proceeding to Newmarket, 7, 17
-, proceeds to York, 25
-, reception at York, 29.

Giustinian sees about opened despatches, 8
-, and the reception of Contarini and Hobson, 8, 9.

wishes ambassador to start for Venice, 9, 36, 39.

Venetian interest in, 14, 29, 33, 53, 59.

bill against currants for assent, 15, 32, 87, 156, 178
-, appeal to about currants, 16, 56, 88, 98, 173.

petitions from Cornwall and Chester to, 17
-, Kent petition in favour of, 35, 47
-, Yorkshire petition in favour of, 43.

orders against obeying parliament, 17, 26
-, offers of parliament to, 18, 31.

summons to gentry, 17
-, summons to officials and knights of garter, 34.

parliament paper to be read to, 8, 24
-, first reply to, 25
-, final reply, 34.

help from Orange, 19, 32
-, foreign aid for, 31, 40.

sends for printers, 25
-, subsidies need assent, 26
-, book of rates submitted to, 56, 97.

little indication of support for, 25
-, plans doubtful, 25, 29
-, parliament anxious to know intentions, 33, 46.

parliament measures to thwart, 26
-, efforts to discredit, 31.

Pennington likely to obey, 26
-, backs Pennington, 36, 38
-, objects to Warwick, 38.

forbids parliament to arm, 26

deprived of control of customs, 27
-, control of navy, useful for dealing with, 47.

withdrawal successful, 30
-, declaration of parliament about absence, 30, 33
-, reply to, 37.

precept against Catholics, 30
-, loyalty of Bristol to, 48.

Hull not disposed to break with, 30
-, munitions at Hull not to be removed without orders, 38
-, will not have munitions removed from Hull, 46.

lords and some of Commons join at York, 34
-, popularity in North, 37, 54.

queen's efforts to raise money for, 36
-, queen sends money to, 39, 77, 105.

Dunkirkers recognise patents, 36.

sends for duke of York, 39, 44
-, confers garter on, 51.

Joachimi offers mediation for, 39
-, absence from London delays Dutch embassy, 48.

wishes Venice to employ Rupert, 40
-, sends garter to Rupert, 55.

proposes to go to Ireland, 41, 46
-, parliament opposes, 42
-, parliament's reply to upon, 45.

offers terms for dealing with militia, 42
-, success of move, 47.

dismisses Essex, Leicester and Holland, 42
-, parliament remonstrates upon, 43.

Irish proposal checks reaction in favour of, 46
-, reply upon, 51.

move to Hull to secure munitions, 49
-, denied by governor, 50.

further action uncertain, 51, 70, 71
-, majority preserve respect for, 72.

parliament's efforts to prevent North following, 53, 66, 68
-, parliament sends commissioners to counties supposed loyal to, 73.

appeal to Yorkshiremen, 53
-, response doubtful, 61
-, second appeal, 64.

Yorkshire parliamentarians petition, 54
-, Dutch offer mediation to, 58.

thinks of retiring to Newcastle or Wales, 54, 61
-, offer of Wales to, 61, 84, 147
-, loyalty of Wales to, 65.

parliament overtures to, 54
-, objection to militia proposals, 55, 60
-, parliament acts without, 60.

Scotland advises accommodation, 54
-, Scotland interested in keeping appointments, 55
-, hopes from Scotland vanish, 80.

Kent loyal to, 55, 84
-, Notts and Derby declare for, 65
-, also Lancs., Leicester, Bucks, 84.

instructions to Roe against rupture, 56
-, Roe sends imperial demands to, 74
-, demand for indemnity from, 75.

Giustinian's leave taking of, 59, 133, 156, 163, 173, 185, 190, 193, 195, 197, 211, 213, 215
-, refers Cardenas to parliament for levy, 62.

counterblast to parliament about Hull, 61
-, fails in attempt on Hull, 73
-, Hull soldiers desert to, 84.

La Ferté complains to of offer of alliance to emperor, 62
-, indignation with La Ferté, 70, 120, 156
-, Roe explains offer of, 81.

thinks of going to Scotland, 63
-, uncertain attitude of Scotland to, 65.

orders transfer of Courts to York and sends for statute book, 65.

has parliament messenger arrested, 66
-, issue of struggle with parliament uncertain, 67.

position improving, 67
-, queen thinks prospects more hopeful, 76.

fresh parliament remonstrance against, 66, 68
-, manifesto against printed, 72.

accused of designing war, rejoinder, 68
-, hostile measures of parliament against, 79, 80, 95
-, parliament divided about, 83.

Northern gentry offer service to, reply, sends home, 69
-, North devoted to, 111, 112.

sets up guard, 69
-, increases guard, 71.

lords join from London, 69, 71, 84
-, submission of Lord Keeper to, 69, 71.

officers for Ireland go to serve, 70
-, incited by letters many M.P.'s join, 71.

receives men and money from Holland, 70, 74, 131, 137, 142, 189
-, parliament stops drafts for, 80.

Spaniards and French conspire to hurt, 70
-, Spain's excuse for delay in helping, 94.

summons assembly at Heworth Moor, 72, 101
-, address to, 77, 78.

forbids obedience to parliament orders, 72, 89, 96, 97
-, parliament claims authority independent of, 80.

parliament sends terms for accommodation, 73, 76
-, promises reply, 80
-, proposals for agreement, 86, 88, 89.

Maurice and Rupert set out to serve, 81, 94
-, sends for, 85
-, countermands order, 91, 99, 100.

parliament appeals to country against, 82
-, relieved by departure of parliament commissioners, 91.

issues fresh declaration, 83
-, further declaration, 89
-, counterblast to, 89, 90.

Scottish petition in favour of, 84
-, introduces garrisons at Newcastle and Berwick, 91.

followers hopeful, 85, 92
-, opinion turning towards, 92, 96.

makes Lindsey Admiral in place of Northumberland, 85
-, Lords decide right to make appointments, 92, 95.

La Ferté's hint of French intrigues against, 86
-, complains of La Ferté's action, 91, 131, 137, 150
-, La Ferté's visit to mollify, 97.

threat to London, 89
-, Londoners prevent publication of proclamations, 90
-, Corporation intimate duty of obedience to, 92.

gentry hasten to, from all parts, 91
-, manifesto of gentry in favour of, 96.

reply to Giustinian on currants and reception, 93
-, wants Andover to start, 109.

Somerset petition for accommodation with, 95
-, declaration breaks off efforts for accommodation, 100.

messenger to queen at Hague, 99
-, despatch to queen intercepted, 125.

means to reduce opponents by force, 101
-, efforts to get control of fleet, 102, 103.

collecting army, 101
-, appeal to people to defend rights, 105.

offer of Cornwall to, 101, 102
-, Hereford declares for, 107.

declares Stamford traitor, 102
-, proclaims Essex and followers rebels, 136.

munitions sent to Hull for, 103, 109
-, Rupert and Maurice bring munitions to, 128.

Hamilton offended with, 104
-, loyalty of Gurney to, 107.

question of currants before, 104, 109, 113, 114, 117, 121, 127, 143
-, representations to upon, 105.

parliament discusses accommodation with, 104
-, proposals to, 108.

strength renders nobility accommodating, 104
-, strength increasing, 110.

visits Yorks and Lincoln, 105, 111, 112
-, reception at Leicester, 119.

ultimatum to parliament about Hull, 106
-, besieges Hull, 106, 119, 131
-, offers pardon to Hotham, 125.

parliament accuses of beginning war, 106, 111
-, parliament manifesto declaring war on, 122, 123.

officers for Ireland to be used against, 106
-, but will not serve, 107.

Holland anxious to regain favour, 108
-, Goring goes over to, with Portsmouth, 128, 141
-, Goring betrayed, 283.

parliament terms submitted to, 110
-, reply, 110, 111, 117
-, parliament will not give way to, 118.

growing enthusiasm for, 111
-, two more lords join, 124
-, Portland a dependant of, 129.

Universities send money to, 112
-, sends to Holland by Giustinian, 121, 122, 172, 173.

London populace against, 113
-, common people against, but most of nobility and all gentry for, 130.

preachers punished for slandering, 113
-, Berks imprisoned for supporting, 136.

appeal for Pisini in name of, 115, 117
-, customs enforced without consent, 132.

parliament soldiers ready to go over to, 118
-, forbids Catholics to serve in army, 134.

fear of injury from Scottish assembly, 119
-, not afraid of Scots, 125, 131.

Essex to invade counties loyal to, 123
-, parliament authorises war on followers, 130.

position and prospects of army, 124
-, appoints council of war, 131.

followers threaten to leave if compromises, 126
-, parliament declares supporters traitors, 141.

La Ferté hopes to mollify, 126, 131
-, La Ferté going to, to offer mediation, 142.

sends money to Portsmouth garrison, 128
-, reliance on Kent disappointed, 140.

Roe confers with Orange on behalf of, 133
-, Roe would like to mediate peace for, 139.

decides on war, manifesto, 134
-, leaves York with army, 139
-, repulse at Coventry, 139, 140.

Essex to march against, 135, 140, 147, 169
-, parliament threatens, 136.

Palatine's grievances against, 137
-, Palatine injured by strained relations with, 137
-, agrees to Palatine's neutrality, 139.

decision about unfurling standard, 139
-, returns to Nottingham, 140
-, displays flag there, 145.

parliament seizes money destined for, 140
-, places loyal to blockaded, 147.

Scots invite to agreement with parliament and establishment of Calvinism, 141.

intention of Irish rebels to help, 141
-, queen announces return, to help, 144.

thinks of making Rupert commander of horse, 142
-, appoints him, 148.

parliament complains to Dutch of help to, 145
-, Dutch cannot refuse help to, 150.

sends fresh overtures to parliament, 146
-, believed ready to buy peace at any price, 147.

opinion about peace proposals of, 147
-, further overtures, 152
-, uncompromising reply to, 153.

will not accept bill against currants, 149, 196, 197
-, Venetian letter to, 174.

Dutch stop munitions for, 150, 157
-, receives munitions from Dutch, 162, 164.

Orange hopes to get declaration of States for, 151
-, Amsterdam inclined to favour with supplies, 169.

queen's followers dislike to hear of success, 151
-, Gerbier hopes, will give way, 156.

realises difficulty of reducing rebels, 152
-, wretched state of, 163.

followers fear desertion by, 153, 167, 168, but course doubtful, 154, 167.

devotion of Oxford to, 154
-, will not sacrifice followers, 166.

Essex wants powers to make treaty with, 154, 160
-, given powers, 166.

manifesto denouncing parliament, 155
-, parliament hopes to wear out by Fabian tactics, 160, 171, 176, 177.

La Ferté's farewell of, 156
-, French mediation for, 156, 157
-, French may influence Scots in favour of, 171.

parliament officers unwilling to fight against, 160
-, reluctance to serve against, 170.

demands of, presented by Essex, 160, 171, 176
-, refuses to receive petition, 176, 182, 187.

visits Derby and going west, 160
-, possible reasons for move, 161.

continues efforts for peace, 162
-, discussion before on peace or war, 167
-, peace advocates contemplate leaving, 167, 168.

movements depend on Essex, 167, 173
-, proceeds to Shrewsbury, 167
-, assembles army there, 169.

may take refuge in Wales, 167
-, reliance on Welsh help, 168.

new great seal blow to, 168
-, Richmond fears will lose, 174.

parliament royalists invited to desert, 171
-, offended by Palatine's appeal to parliament, 177
-, copy of Palatine's letter sent to, 183.

visits Wolverhampton and Chester, 172
-, returns to Shrewsbury, 172, 181.

well supplied with war material, 172
-, terms of Yorkshire pact advantageous to, 177.

queen sends to by Giustinian, 172, 173
-, informed of league in Italy, 173, 290, 291.

sons going to Hague, if killed, 174
-, Holland's view of quarrel with parliament, 179.

proceeds to Ludlow, 175
-, advance on London, 180-182, 186
-, resistance to unlikely, 181.

Warwick captures last ships of, 177, 178
-, ships with men and munitions for captured, 178
-, munitions ready for in Netherlands, 182.

has money coined at Shrewsbury, 181, 186
-, parliament suspends revenues, 188.

partisans in London show favours, 181
-, are disarmed and fined, 188.

parliament charges Orange with helping, 183
-, friend to Dutch, 184.

Scots threaten to side against, 183
-, Scottish commissioners offer mediation for, 189.

queen proposes to return to, 184
-, hopeful turn for, 189, 194
-, Orange favours 194.

expected attack on Coventry, 186, 187
-, Cornwall brought over to, 188, 189.

parliament issues manifesto against, 187
-, proclamation offering pardon, 192.

new force constituted, to surround, 188
-, at Edgehill, 191.

proceeds to Oxford, 191, 192, 195
-, abandons designs on Windsor, advances to Colnbrook, 200.

children to be used as hostages against, 193
-, Essex comes to bridle London supporters, 198.

queen waiting to hear from, 194, 200
-, queen taking soldiers to, 195.

blames conduct of horse at Edgehill, 196
-, stays Rupert's excesses, 197.

sanguine about future, 197
-, merchants imprisoned for refusing contributions against, 198.

preachers exhort people to resist, 198
-, accused of deceit, 202
-, explains Brentford affair, 205.

peace overtures to, 198-200, 215
-, reply, 199, 201, 215
-, fresh message to parliament, 202.

seizes Kingston bridge, moves to Oatlands, future plans, 202
-, makes Ruthven general, 203.

reinforcements, supplies for, 203
-, fortifies Oxford, recruits for army, 210.

Danish mediation for, 203
-, Denmark ready to help, 207
-, Danish offers to, 211, 216.

Dutch feeling against, 204
-, Dutch object to queen using ships for, 208.

gives up design against London, 205
-, returns to Oxford, 205, 210.

terms of peace for, 206, 209
-, reply to, 209.

may profit by dissensions between Houses, 207
-, quarrels in London favour 219.

presents to Giustinian, and Agostini, 207, 208, 217, 218.

lords try to check plans against, 209, 210
-, Fielding anxious to regain favour, 211.

Essex thinks of attacking quarters, 210
-, Essex urged to attack, 216
-, Essex avoids general engagement with, 219.

Louis may help now Richelieu gone, 211
-, fears of foreign help for, 216
-, Orange denounced for helping, 217.

wishes to keep up trade with Venice, goodwill about currants, 212.

officers cross from Holland to serve, 213
-, privateering authorised against supplies for, 220.

objects to Giustinian taking parliament ship, 214
-, grants him augmentation of arms, 214, 215.

some lords repent of acting against, 215
-, foments divisions of opponents, 212, 223.

petition for peace honourable to, 218
-, peace terms impossible for, 222.

grants safe conduct to Scottish commissioners, 220
-, proclamation forbidding payment of taxes or customs, 223, 231.

parliament tries to prevent foreign supplies reaching, 220
-, forestalls parliament at Bristol, 223.

1643 : 299.

remonstrance with Dutch for helping, 224
-, assistance and stores for, 235
-, Holland stops, 245.

mission from city to, 225, 228
-, reception and reply, 230
-, parliament has reply made public, 234
-, orders republication of reply, 236.

active military preparations, 225
-, plans against London, 231.

sends Rupert to relieve Banbury, 226
-, tries to stop excesses of troops, 229.

claims arrested ships for transporting stores, 226
-, revenue from saltpetre due to, 237.

Cardenas to see about S. Clara, 226
-, grants his demands, 232.

queen waiting for news of, 227
-, letters stimulate queen to sail, 230.

parliament spreads false reports of intentions, 228
-, Commons try to rouse prejudice against, 234.

message to about Irish lieutenancy, 229
-, offers to force to Ireland, 238.

will not yield jot of authority, 231
-, advantages accumulating, 237.

Essex county petitions for peace, 231
-, peace articles for, 235, 236, 239, 244.

attempt to prevent Newcastle paying contributions to, 235
-, effort to make responsible for breakdown of negotiations, 240.

Newcastle proposes to join in force, 235
-, makes Newcastle general beyond Trent, 236.

petition of Scots to, 236, 249
-, Irish parliament recognises as king, 238.

informed of plot against queen, 236
-, letters to queen intercepted and published, 240.

makes Hertford commander of army, 237
-, Aston reports bad state of Reading to, 240.

list of partisans in London disclosed, 237
-, followers dislike coming of queen, 240.

Leicester submits to, 238
-, enlists troops from Ireland, deserters from army, 243.

willing to co-operate for peace, 239
-, not willing to exchange prisoners, 240.

expected help from Denmark, 241
-, position more favourable, 244.

reply to parliament commissioners, 242, 244
-, decision of Commons about proposals, 245.

hears of queen's arrival, 243
-, queen's eagerness to hasten to, 245.

objects to Johnston as commissioner, 243n
-, delays reply to Scottish commissioners, 250.

sends lords to Scotland, 246, 270, 275, 284
-, lords sent by denounced, 275.

lords inform of efforts for peace, 248
-, ill advised in refusing Say, 259.

proposed restitution of fortresses, ships and revenues to, 248
-, reply to parliament commissioners, 259.

letter to parliament about delay over armistice, 249, 250
-, terms of armistice sent to, 251, 253.

limited confidence in deserters, 249
-, understanding for surrender of Bristol, 256, 257.

precautions against assassination, 249
-, suspicion that Hamilton betraying, 259.

fear of queen's influence on, 252, 269, 292
-, fear of queen joining, 273, 274.

deprecates Scots interfering in England, 253
-, charged with breaking faith with Scottish commissioners, 266.

Vendôme goes to see, 253
-, Agostini prefers to send to, 254.

sends Carey about armistice, 255
-, continues peace negotiations, 260, 263-265, 267.

denounces oath of association, 255
-, issues two proclamations, 260.

queen's letter to captured, 256
-, parliament intercepts letters, 258.

Princess Palatine encourages Rupert to serve, 256
-, Osborne declares for, 260.

cannot take field without uniting forces, 259, 260
-, advances to Wallingford to save Reading, 270.

will not allow Scottish commissioners to go to London, 262, 268
-, allows them to depart, 270.

motives for armistice suspected, 263
-, disbelief in sincerity about peace, 265.

hiring frigates at Dunkirk, 264, 273, 275
-, fear that may bring over Irish, 278.

Essex to besiege in Oxford, 265
-, Oxford perilous for, 268, 272, 274
-, Essex unwilling to engage, 276.

offers pardon to rebel soldiers, 168, 269
-, differences among councillors, 272, 274, 279.

Scots ask list of Scottish followers of, 268
-, message to parliament on Ireland, 274.

peril unless helped from North, 269
-, expects reinforcements from North, 274.

Rupert rejoins, 270
-, reviews troops, 272
-, keeps in open, 274, 283.

Fairfax not to bear arms against, 270
-, Lennox brings reinforcements to, 276.

dismisses Lord Say from wardrobe, 271
-, permits Gerbier to go to France, 280.

repulsed in attempt to relieve Reading, 271
-, retires to Oxford deeply afflicted, 272.

all hopes rest on battle, 274
-, waiting opportunity for battle, 283.

Lords make responsible for failure of negotiations, 277
-, fresh overtures for peace, 279.

besieges Northampton, 278
-, pushes out to Abingdon, 289
-, sends Rupert to cut off supplies, 292.

sends troops to help Hopton, 279
-, Hertford ready to help against Essex, 283.

Somerset, Wilts and Dorset offer levy to, 279
-, partisans in Bristol executed, 289.

notified of accession of Louis XIV., 280, 284, 287
-, distress at troubles of Italy, 282.

Talbot's office on troubles, 281, 285
-, reply to quoted as showing Venetian sympathy, 306.

queen's march to join, 283, 292, 301
-, sends force to meet her, 295, 301
-, help not needed, 298.

driven to punish Fielding by army, 283
-, paper circulated slandering, 305.

alleged abuse of great seal, 284
-, oath of covenant directed against, 289.

asks Scots to help in Ireland, 284
-, tries to make peace in Ireland, 293.

Scottish parliament meets without permission, 284, 295
-, prohibition ignored, 293.

share in London conspiracy, 286
-, plot to deliver Hull to, 298
-, foments rising in Kent, 306.

Pym casts doubt on sincerity of peace negotiations, 288
-, growing feeling of Commons against, 291.

Hurry goes over to, 290
-, cultivates Leslie, 299
-, Douglas returning to serve, 303, 304.

Lords wish to renew negotiations with, 292
-, Essex suggests advances to for peace, 300.

proclamation that parliament not free, 294
-, stands in way of peace, 300.

gain by Hampden's death, 294, 295
-, success makes delegates to Scotland hesitate, 306.

parliament stirs Scotland against, 295
-, partisans excluded from Scottish parliament, 302.

Essex supine in facing, 297
-, Essex suspected of secret relations with, 305.

charges Dutch with ingratitude, 302.

sends Rupert to help Hopton, 304
-, plan to reduce London by starvation, 306.

-, army of. See army, the royal.

-, children of. See Charles, Prince of Wales
-, Elizabeth
-, Henry, duke of Gloucester
-, James, duke of York
-, Mary.

-, household. See household, the royal.

Charles, prince of Wales :

parliament vetoes joining king at Greenwich, 3
-, parliament asks for return to London, 6
-, king promises to look after, 7.

accompanies father to Newmarket, 7, 17
-, and to York, 25.

king contemplates sending to Hague, 63.

king puts in command of guards, 71
-, and of cavalry, 101.

proposed marriage to Orange's daughter, 131
-, expected at Hague, 174.

accompanies father to Wolverhampton and Chester, 172
-, present at Edgehill, 191.

ill at Reading, 210.

Charles Louis, elector Palatine of the Rhine, Prince Palatine :

Roe demands complete reinstatement, 4
-, wants to know what will be done for, 10.

asked to state claims, 20
-, imperialists will state terms for, 27
-, terms for, discussed, 62, 63, 67.

accompanies king to York, 25
-, king sends on to Hull, 49.

Rupert commanded cavalry of, 41.

Roe threatens other means of obtaining justice for, 48
-, terms for held up, 52.

Roe tenders thanks for, 56
-, terms for restoration, 74-76, 81.

partisans resent French interference, 64
-, England ready to accept any terms for, 85.

when restored England will help in Germany, 81
-, affair left unsettled, 98.

emperor's decree for further consideration of case, 99, 126.

harshness of Austrians to, 127
-, Roe's mission for a failure, 133
-, wants to hear about, 139.

unexpected arrival at Hague, 133, 137, 138
-, proceeds to Oatlands, 137.

talk of taking queen to England, 133, 139.

strained relations with uncle injure with Austrians, 137.

asks parliament for 3000l., 177
-, letter to parliament disowned for, 183.

Commons want king to have understanding with foreign powers for restoration of, 234.

letter to doge, 303.

-, agent of, in England :

repudiates alleged letter of prince, 183.

Chenut. See Knuyt.

Cheri. See Carey.

Cheshire, Chester, county of :

petition in favour of Church and king, 17
-, victory of Brereton in, 260.

Chester, Westchiester, co. Cheshire :

king going to, 160
-, king's rapid visit to, 172, 175
-, popularity at, 172.

letter dated at, 173.

Leicester staying at, 229
-, king sends to enlist deserters from Ireland at, 243.

Chichester, co. Sussex :

takes king's side, 210
-, besieged by parliament forces, 223
-, storm repulsed, 226.

captured, 229.

Chichmaster. See Kidderminster.

Chilegre. See Killigrew.

Chin, Chinch. See King.

Chomeley, Sciomle, Sir Hugh :

commissioner sent to York, 91
-, goes over to queen, 260
-, severity of parliament towards, 263, 264.

Christian IV., king of Denmark :

reported design to help Charles, 31, 40, 203, 204, 207, 211, 216, 240-242.

withdraws troops from Hamburg, 40.

proposed mediation, 203, 207
-, policy makes parliamentarians apprehensive, 216
-, reported death, 241.

differences with Hamburg adjusted, 287
-, claims dominion over Baltic, quarrel with Sweden, 303.

Christian Woldemar, count of Holstein, count Udmor, natural son of King of Denmark :

proposed marriage to Czar's daughter, 303.

Church of England, Anglicans, Protestants :

petitions in favour of, 17
-, king denies intention of changing, 34.

Kent petition against changes in, 35
-, Cornish petition for, 102.

removal of Gurney distasteful to, 137
-, houses searched, 140
-, money and plate taken from, 154.

design to assimilate to Scottish form, 141, 148, 154, 155.

king's determination to defend, 153
-, resist abolition of bishops, 155
-, carried against, 162, 163.

riot with Puritans at St. Pauls, 182
-, riot with Puritans in London, 249.

petition to parliament, 218
-, persist in demand for peace, though leaders imprisoned, 222
-, abstain from violence, 224.

bishops establish liturgy of, 258
-, order of parliament upon liturgy of, 291.

synod examines articles of, 301.

- See also bishops.

Cirencester, Sister, co. Gloucester :

royalists abandon siege, 231
-, Rupert takes and sails, 243.

Waller makes feint towards, 261.

Ciudad Real, duke of. See Idiaquez, Juan Alsonso.

Clarke, Sir George, alderman of London :

mission to king at Oxford, 225.

clergy, ecclesiastics :

to publish king's declaration, 101
-, parliament suspends revenues and uses for defence, 188.

Baynton asks permission to pay troops with revenues of, 226
-, cashiered by parliament terms, 239.

Clifford, Henry, earl of Cumberland, Comberland :

to command royalist foot, 102
-, Hull garrison keeps busy, 168.

concludes pact with parliamentary leaders, 177.

advancing to relieve York, 211
-, enters York with Newcastle, 219.

arranges government of York, 223
-, left in charge in Yorkshire, 225.

Clopton, Cuthbert, chaplain of the Ambassador Giustinian :

arrest of, 115, 116.

cloth, English :

sent to Zante and Cephalonia, 15, 22, 33.

Venice imposes fresh duties on, 23.

will suffer from prohibition of currants, 88
-, prohibition of currants may divert to Ragusa, 114.

sent to Constantinople and Levant, 149, 163.

Venice prohibits in retaliation, 212
-, importation of currants required for disposal of, 233.

kerseys, prohibited by Venice, 212.

Clotworthy, Sir John :

on committee to deal with Capuchins, 262n.

coal :

disturbances in Durham and Newcastle from imposition on, 229
-, carriage from Newcastle forbidden, 235.

scarcity in London, 235.

cochineal :

dispute over cargo of, 226
-, king forbids purchase of, 232.

Cognet, Gaspard, sieur de la Tuillerie, Thuillerie, Tullerie, French ambassador in the Netherlands :

mission of Gressy to, 53
-, return to Paris, 194
-, back at Hague, 280.

tries to persuade Orange to move, 280, 284
-, suspects Dutch of indifference, 287.

Orange only wishes to avoid offending, 299.

Colbrach, Colbruch. See Colnbrook.

Colepepper, Culpepper, Sir John, chancellor of the Exchequer :

deputation to king, 45
-, king sends with peace proposals, 146.

Colnbrook, Colbrach, Colbruch, co. Buckingham, 201.

king lodges at, 200.

Cologne, Germany : 12.

queen mother dies at, 115
-, Roe near, 122.

Comberland. See Clifford, Henry, earl of Cumberland.

commissioners, Scottish, in England :

advise king to make accommodation, 54
-, La Fertè's relations with, 70, 91.

arrive in London, first negotiations, 148
-, offer mediation, 189
-, lords sent by king denounced to, 275
-, offers of parliament to, for help, 306.

-, extraordinary.

-, to England, 223.

at Oxford, 240, 246, 253
-, difficulties about passports, 243.

present demands, 249
-, king delays reply to, 250
-, partial reply, 253.

impatience of delay, 258
-, returning dissatisfied, 262
-, king breaks faith by preventing going to London, 266, 268.

ordered to return, 266
-, king allows to go, parliament sends to, 270.

commissions of array :

statute of 5 Hen. IV., on, 73n
-, king asked to withdraw, 110.

Committee on Affairs of State :

proposed justification to foreign powers, 271.

Committee of Defence, secret committee :

terms of accommodation referred to, 111.

Committee of Safety, commissioners for the safety of the realm :

to make return of naval and military forces, 265.

Commons, House of, Lower House :

deputations from, to king, 6, 18, 30, 45, 54.

passes bill prohibiting currants, 15, 22, 32, 87, 93, 97
-, representations against Venice to, 22.

directs enquiry upon Suffolk cloth, 24.

twenty join king at York, 34
-, many go to join king, 71.

forbids acceptance of offices rendered vacant by king, 43.

poor response to appeal for loan, 83.

debate on king's proposals in, 92
-, ten to form quorum, 108
-, reduced numbers, 124, 206.

not ready to give up Hull, 104
-, Lords urge accommodation on, 108.

Roe sends defence to, 109.

has intercepted letters opened and read, 125.

limits prohibition of currants to three years, 143
-, bill prohibiting currants, 149.

proposal in to abolish bishops, 154
-, carried, 162, 163.

decrees expulsion of Capuchins, 156, 258
-, has chapel demolished and friars put under arrest, 262.

Lords propose peace overtures to, 199
-, unfavourable reception of king's letter, 206.

submits articles for peace to Lords, 206
-, terms sure to be refused, 209
-, temper opposed to accommodation, 215.

signs of estrangement from Lords, 207
-, peace articles in Lords not communicated to, 219.

suspicions of Essex, 219
-, lord Say in confidence of, 255, 259.

peace articles submitted to, 222
-, discussed in, 225
-, reluctance dissipates hopes of peace, 231.

tries to create prejudice against king, 234
-, intention to reduce authority of Lords, 264.

alters articles submitted by Lords, 234
-, dispute with Lords over, 235, 236
-, opposition to armistice in, 245, 246, 248, 249
-, excitement in over king's reply, 255.

eight lords threaten to join with against own House, 246
-, secret design against lords favouring armistice, 251
-, debates on armistice, 256, 259, 263.

energetic war preparations, 257
-, increasing successes, 273.

unlikely to agree to convey queen to Oxford, 263
-, impeachment of queen, 280, 293.

Northumberland distrusted by, 267.

dispute with Lords over Marten, 267, 268
-, Lords cannot stand against, 277.

debate making Essex constable, grant to him, 276.

votes taxes on food, 277.

members appropriate houses and property of royalists, 277
-, decision about regalia, 287.

annoyed at Lords' hesitation over new seal, 283
-, but means to carry point, 283, 284.

disclosure of conspiracy in, 286
-, wants Essex to court martial Waller, 289.

wants to examine Gressy's credentials, 287.

growing ascendency over Lords, 288, 294
-, increasing antagonism to king, 291.

has oath of association printed, 289.

revival of peace proposals in, 292
-, opposition to, 294.

indignant letter of Essex to, offering resignation, 297.

- See also parliament.

Complaint to the House of Commons, Complaints of the Citizens of London :

burned by order of parliament, 231.

Compton, James, earl of Northampton :

victory at Banbury, 274.

Compton, Spencer, earl of Northampton, Nortampton :

deprived of vote, 113
-, stops guns sent by parliament, 125.

opposes lord Brooke, 125
-, defeats Brooke, invests Banbury, 130.

takes Banbury, besieges Warwick, 135
-, failure anticipated, 140.

slain at Hopton Heath, 261
-, son succeeds to command, 274.

Congo [West Africa] :

embassy from, to Dutch, 281, 303.

Conovel. See Conway.

conspiracy, plot :

stir caused by report, 284
-, discussed in Commons, 286.

used by rebels to further designs, 285, 286, 289, 295.

parliament informs London of, 288.

Waller the principal in, 289
-, court martial for accomplices in, 295, 296.

execution of two culprits, 298, 301
-, bad impression caused by, 301.

Constable, Grand, of England :

Essex desires office, 154, 160, 276.

Constant Reformation, royal ship :

captain changed, 103n.

Constantinople, Turkey :

Levant Co. trade with, 149, 163
-, damaged by prohibition of currants, 175.

Contarini, Alvise, Savio alla Mercanzia, 300.

Contarini, Carlo, Esecutore contro la Biastemma :

sentence against Lupo, 233.

Contarini, Francesco, Venetian proveditore of Cephalonia :

despatches to Senate, 138, 204.

Contarini, Vicenzo, Venetian ambassador designate to England :

question of reception, 8, 93, 196
-, to get ready to start, 134.

Agostini to leave on arrival, 155
-, coming promised, 156.

salary and appointments of, 158, 159
-, announced to king, 174.

Conway, Edward second viscount Conovel :

accused by Waller, sent to Tower, 289.

Corbett, Sir John :

on committee to deal with Capuchins, 262n
-, sent to Scotland, 270n.

Cork, co. Cork, Ireland :

reported capture, 32.

corn :

for parliament soldiers captured, 237
-, for Ireland, seized at Falmouth, 243.

Cornaro, Corner, Federico, Cardinal, Patriarch of Venice :

to write in favour of settlement, 127.

-, Francesco, Executore contro la Biastemma :

sentence against Lupo, 233
-, sentence against Oliva, 281.

Cornwall : 261.

petition in favour of church and king, 17
-, loyal offer to king, 101, 102.

parliament commissioners to change sides and bring over to king, 188, 189
-, 6000 men from to join king, 192.

help from Oxford to enable forces to advance from, 217
-, Hopton retires to, 231.

royalist success in, 237, 239
-, Hopton master of, 243
-, reported reverse to Hopton in, 247.

cruelty of Stamford in, 241.

Hopton finds difficulty in leaving, 260
-, plight of Hopton in, 278
-, Popham sent to, 283.

Cottington, Francis lord :

royal children removed to house of, 192n.

Council :

king appoints, of 25 lords, 131.

Council, Privy :

king communicates parliament's proposals to, 117
-, divisions in, 279
-, support for Fielding in, 283.

Council of War :

settles terms for armistice, 253
-, peace at any price party excluded from, 274.

couriers :

votes for, 29, 53, 100.

payment for, 159.

of king detained and sent to Worcester, 180.

Court :

king summons officials of, to York, 34
-, busy moving about, 105.

parliament exempts most prominent officials from amnesty, 166.

parliament stops letters from, 167
-, in constant movement, 175.

letters from, about Edgehill, 192.

communication with London stopped, 234, 237.

Lindsey to inform of intentions of parliament, 246
-, Scottish commissioners at, 246, 249.

Agostini fears perils of going to, 253.

Courtenay, Capt. George :

surrenders Limerick castle, 109n.

Courts of law :

king orders removal from London to York, 65.

covenant. See oath of association.

Coventry, Coventre, co. Warwick :

king suggests as meeting place for parliament, 88
-, king leads army to, 139
-, repulses king's attack, 139, 140.

Essex marches to, 169
-, uncertain if king means to storm, 186
-, king passes by, 191.

Essex prepared to succour, 187.

Coventry, Thomas, second lord :

deprived of vote, 113.

Cowper, Edmund, mayor of York :

goes out to meet king, 29.

Cramuel, Cranuil. See Cromwell.

Cressi. See Gressy.

Cromwell, Cramuel, Cranuil, Oliver :

sent to help Fairfax, 266, 283.

cross, the true :

queen loses portion of, 13.

Crow, Sir Sackville, English ambassador at Constantinople :

concern about despatches, 253, 254.

Culpepper. See Colepepper.

Cumberland, earl of. See Clifford, Henry.

currants :

proposal to forbid importation, 14, 32
-, bill to stop importation, 15-17, 22, 24, 55, 87, 88, 97, 98, 104, 105, 121.

efforts to prevent prohibition, 15-17, 22, 23, 45, 87, 88, 93, 97, 98, 113, 121, 173, 179, 195, 196.

supplies from Morea, 15, 232
-, inferiority of, 33, 254, 262
-, claim of payment for bad, 17, 254
-, Levant Co. petitions to import, 233.

Senate's instructions upon, 33, 45, 59, 105, 117, 132, 133, 144, 159, 173-175, 185, 190, 224, 241, 262.

reduced in price, 88
-, stocks sufficient for two years, 178, 200
-, price of, 204, 299.

king wants information about, 109
-, passion of English for, 149.

effects of prohibition on cloth trade, 114
-, effects of prohibition on Cephalonia, 138.

uncertain if book of rates covers, 127
-, effect of withholding king's consent on prohibition, 132.

prohibition limited to 3 years, 143
-, Venetian government desires to promote trade, 143.

prohibited for unlimited time, 149
-, Levant Co. prohibits importation, 156
-, injury done by, 163.

merchants send fresh order for, 178
-, disposal of Cephalonia crop, 204.

king will not agree to prohibition of, 196, 212, 213, 282.

Holland's reply to Giustinian about, 199, 200, 212.

retaliation for prohibition of, 212
-, report on decline in trade, 299, 300.

ships bringing cargoes of, 232, 254.

uprooting of vines decreed, 241.

Customs, duties :

devoted to navy and household, 3
-, falling off in, 7.

out of king's control, ambassadors suffer, 27
-, parliament orders collection without awaiting royal consent, 127.

farmers give up owing to proclamation, 223, 231
-, king forbids payment of, 223, 231.

new commissioners appointed to collect, 231
-, advances demanded from, 237
-, need to increase trade for benefit of, 294.

-, collectors of, customers, 56.



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