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1925

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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 334-337. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89562 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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East India Company, the Dutch :

present to queen, 209
-, ships of, reach Amsterdam, 303.

ecclesiastics. See clergy.

Edgehill, Edgiel, Edgcot, co. Warwick :

battle of, 191
-, Fielding reported slain at, 191, 211
-, king criticises action of cavalry at, 196
-, Lindsey mortally wounded at, 203.

Edinburgh, Scotland : 104.

Scottish commissioners ordered back to, 266
-, Roxburgh, Lanerick and Kinnoul at, 270, 284.

parliament meets at, Leslie protecting, 299.

Edward II., king of England :

parliament publishes act of, 73.

Edward, Palatine Prince :

Venice sponsor for, 41n
-, leaving Paris for Venice, 180
-, reception there, 227.

tour in Italy, 285
-, mother apologises to doge for, 285, 288.

Egham, Egam, co. Surrey :

royal army marched to, 197.

electoral vote :

Roe claims restitution to Palatine, 4
-, Bavaria ready to treat about, 9
-, negotiations for restitution, 58
-, provision for descent of, 75, 76.

Elizabeth, Queen of England :

penal laws against Catholics to be enforced, 30
-, religious settlement of, 78, 258.

benefits conferred on Dutch, 184.

Elizabeth, Princess Palatine, Queen of Bohemia :

Rupert returning to, 2
-, Rupert with, 39
-, offers Rupert to serve Venice, 40, 41, 49, 68.

claim to Lower Palatinate, 20.

letter of, disowned and burned, 31
-, establishment risked by sons serving Charles, 94
-, encourages Rupert to serve king, 256.

tells Zon of sons going to Venice, 180
-, reply to, 227
-, letter to doge apologising for sons, 285, 288.

parliament remonstrates with, 256.

Elizabeth, second daughter of Charles I. :

removed from St. James Palace to Broad St., 192
-, design to use as hostage, 193
-, brought back to St. James, 219.

parliament appoints tutor for, 295.

-, governess of. See Sackville, Mary, countess of Dorset
-, Vere, Mary, widow of lord.

Emerich. See Limerick.

emperor. See Ferdinand III.

empire. See Germany.

England and English :

1642 :

increasing confusion in, 1, 53.

parliament fears heavy taxes may estrange, 4
-, criticism of parliament, 7.

king not detested in, 7
-, possible revulsion in king's favour, 7, 36, 37.

Bavaria ready to satisfy, 9
-, Spaniards say nothing to fear from, 10.

parliament persists in intention to arm, 18, 26
-, king forbids, 26, 37
-, dispute over, 55.

king taxed with intention to change religion, 24
-, king contemplates propaganda in, 25.

pope's ministers urge sending foreign troops to subdue, 24.

reported slaughter of, at Cork, 32
-, fear of king using Irish against, 46.

king denies designs against liberty, 34
-, Kent petition against arming, 35.

king's reply makes impression on, 34, 37
-, king's appeal to about Hull, 61.

arming to be delayed no longer, 37
-, king agrees to arming, 42
-, parliament inclined to accept king's terms about, 47.

threatened coalition against emperor, 48
-, Austria's only aim to deceive, 62.

indignation at treatment of king at Hull, 50
-, majority respect king, 72.

feeling against Catholics increased by Irish news, 51
-, troops in Ireland mutiny, 67
-, defeat in Ireland, 74.

Scots cannot dissociate themselves from, 54.

Giustinian recalled because of state of, 59
-, incapable of helping empire, 62, 63.

parliament tries to strengthen hold on, 60
-, parliament keeps up feeling against king, 68.

violence reason for, 61
-, French intrigues to keep up dissensions in, 64, 70.

Ireland likely to shake off rule, 67, 74.

distractions in prejudice Palatine, 67
-, mediators desire larger indemnity from, 81.

parliament appeals to, against king, 72, 73, 82, 106, 123
-, distracted by conflicting appeals, 90.

doubtful attitude about parliament arming, 79
-, comparative failure of war loan, 95.

general approval of declaration of 6 June, 80
-, desire for peace in, 111.

reported alliance with Austria, 81
-, Bavaria may test sentiments, 98.

prohibition of currants prejudicial to friendly relations with Venice, 88
-, currants draw money out of, 98.

Princess Palatine dependent on, 94
-, Dunkirkers threaten not to respect flag, 120.

imminence of civil war in, 97, 130, 131, 142
-, disturbed state of, 163.

feeling in promises strong army for king, 102
-, reluctance to serve against king, 107.

king appeals to, to defend rights, 105, 106
-, feeling against king in, 130, 140
-, supports parliament, 135.

Scots informed of state of, 119
-, Scots mean to return to, with army, 141.

desire to establish Calvinism in, 119
-, king accused of propagating Popery in, 123.

opposition to queen's return to, 125, 126
-, queen thinks of returning to, 184, 189, 193, 194, 221, 230.

parliament decree exposes to licence of soldiery, 130
-, king appeals to parliament for, 152.

interest in Spanish threat to Calais, 132.

lack of faith most constant quality of, 136
-, forced contributions novelty in, 161.

condition prevents aid to Palatine, 138
-, Roe deplores condition, 139.

Scottish help, for reducing Ireland, 148
-, Dutch profit at expense of, 162.

passion for currants, 149
-, prohibition of currants injurious to, 200.

Dutch action tends to stir against king, 150
-, affairs much discussed in Holland, 157
-, Dutch want information of state, 165.

Hollanders oppose embassy to, 165, 208
-, Hollanders will not allow export of munitions to, 174, 200.

heavy taxation likely to drive beyond bounds, 166
-, bad news concealed from, 186.

petition to king expected to make impression on, 171
-, preachers stir against king, 198.

domination by parliament dangerous to Dutch, 184
-, ruin predicted, if king wins, 187.

queen's levy of troops for, 189, 193, 195
-, queen waiting on events in, 208.

proposed Dutch interposition in, 195
-, proposal for Dutch embassy to revived, 209.

king promises to restore trade with Venice, 197
-, orders to, in Zante, 211.

ruined by ambition of a few, 202, 203
-, discomforts may cause upheaval in, 216.

friendly treatment at Venice, 212, 213, 253.

officers going to from Netherlands forfeit appointments, 217
-, Joachimi reticent about, 227.

1643 :

two parties forming in, 222
-, troubles of due to queen's Catholicism, 236.

talk of French mediation in, 227
-, indebtedness of Dutch to, 275.

impossible for poor to live in, 230
-, prospect of scarcity in, 235.

objection to Scot commanding troops, 237
-, king deprecates Scottish interference in, 253.

parliament commissioners sent through for twentieth, 237
-, taxed at same rate as London, 252.

Irish parliament renounces laws, 238
-, alleged design to bring Irish rebels against, 295.

not easy for Scots to invade, 246
-, Lords want Scottish army brought into, 301.

negotiations not likely to bring peace to, 251
-, breakdown of negotiations ruinous for, 269, 280.

employ Jews to export goods, 252
-, constant exodus from, 277, 280.

city requires to take covenant, 255
-, majority object to covenant, 305.

dislike of taxes on food, 277
-, unaccustomed to taxation, 278.

Talbot's opinion on troubles of, 281
-, deplorable condition of, 283, 287.

synod to resolve confusion of religions in, 289
-, resents power usurped by parliament, 301.

desirable to give every facility for trading to, 299
-, not likely to buy currants at fixed prices, 300.

Venetian instructions to representatives in, 1, 5, 14, 22, 29, 33, 45, 49, 53, 59, 82, 100, 105, 116, 132, 133, 144, 155, 159, 173, 175, 185, 190, 195, 212, 217, 224, 227, 239, 241, 244, 248, 251, 258, 262, 267, 282, 288, 291.

fleet of. See Navy, the royal.

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

levies. See levies, English.

merchants. See merchants, English.

queen of. See Elizabeth
-, Henrietta Maria.

ships. See ships, English.

Ennisloughlin near Moira, co. Down, Ireland :

Scots rout Irish at, 55.

envoys. See ambassadors.

Epernon, duke of. See Nogaret, Bernard de.

Erby, Sir Anthony :

deputation to king, 30.

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

Eriford. See Hereford.

Erizzo, Francesco, doge of Venice :

replies to Talbot, 82, 114-117, 250, 285, 288, 296, 297, 303.

reply to French ambassador, 300.

letter of Princess Palatine to, 285
-, reply upon, 288.

letter of Prince Palatine to, 303.

Esdin. See Hesdin.

Essex, county of :

deputations to parliament and king for peace, 231.

Essex, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.

Essex, Colonel Charles, Governor of Bristol :

plan to betray city to king discovered, 256, 257.

Estampes, Jacques d', marquis de la Ferté Imbault, French ambassador in England :

prevents Capuchins being sent away, 8
-, intervenes for Capuchins, 235.

loses hope of levy, 8
-, obtains Scottish levies, 39
-, application for levy, 62.

promotes Warwick's appointment as admiral, 47
-, invites England to join alliance, 64.

remonstrates at offer of alliance to Austria, 62, 64, 81
-, Roe's retort to, 81
-, Roe's feeling against, 109.

king's resentment against, 70, 120, 143
-, efforts to mollify king, 97
-, complaint against to Louis, 126.

intimate relations with parliament, 70, 150
-, encouragement to Lords, 85, 86.

hint at French fomentation of discord, 86.

Giustinian to watch proceedings closely, 100, 105, 144
-, possible recall, 131, 132, 137
-, recalled, 150.

justifies action, 120, 126, 131, 137
-, going to York, 142
-, returns disgusted, 156.

gets promise of defence of Calais, 137.

offer of mediation, 142, 143
-, refused, 156
-, to return if no opening for mediation, 157.

takes leave of king, 156
-, return to France, 163
-, gratuities paid to ministers, 208.

despatch quoted, 19n.

Este, Francisco I. de, duke of Modena :

league with Venice and Tuscany, 173, 196.

Evelyn, Sir John :

king refuses safe conduct for, 199.

Exeter, co. Devon :

Hopton driven off from, 231
-, Stamford escapes to, 279
-, besieged, 292, 298
-, Hertford and Hopton await issue at, 295.

Expedition, royal ship :

captain changed, 103n.



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