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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 342-347. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89565 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Hadham, co. Herts, 113, 276.

Hague, Netherlands : 67, 280.

preparations to receive queen at, 1
-, queen's entry, 13
-, queen leaving, 36
-, queen asked not to leave, 151.

States to meet at about marriage treaty terms, 45
-, assembly dissolved, 52.

Palatine's arrival at, 133, 138, 139.

queen wants to stay on at, 174
-, levy of queen's guards started at, 189.

Giustinian's reception at, 230
-, queen returns to, 239, 241
-, Giustinian at, 245, 248.

States to meet at about changing government, 302
-, deputies meet at to choose plenipotentiaries for Munster, 306.

despatches dated at, 1, 5, 13, 22, 28, 32, 36, 40, 41, 45, 48, 53, 59, 64, 68, 77, 81, 94, 100, 115, 122, 128, 133, 139, 145, 151, 158, 165, 169, 174, 180, 185, 190, 194, 195, 200, 204, 209, 213, 217, 221, 224, 227, 230, 233, 238, 239, 241, 245, 248.

letters dated at, 285, 303.

Venetian instructions to representative at, 14, 29, 49, 82, 134, 195, 227.

news from, 244, 248.

Hamburg, Germany : 12.

Danish troops withdrawn from, 40
-, differences with Denmark adjusted, 287.

Hameaux, M. des, French ambassador at Venice :

office in favour of Bren, 300.

Hamilton, Amilton, James, marquis of :

returns to London, 25.

king's mistrust of revived, 25
-, retires in disgust, 104
-, queen's suspicions of, 259.

Argyle close confederate of, 119.

sent to queen, 258
-, reception of, 259
-, ordered back, 262
-, returns, apparent change of principles, 266.

Hamilton, William, earl of Lanerick :

king sends to Scotland, 270
-, supposed betrayal by, 275
-, at Edinburgh, 284
-, put under arrest, 293.

Hampden, John :

wounded at Chalgrove, 292
-, death, 295.

Happy Entrance, royal ship :

escorts queen to Holland, 31n.

Hay, George, earl of Kinnoul :

king sends to Scotland, 270
-, supposed betrayal by, 275
-, at Edinburgh, 284
-, put under arrest, 293.

Heenvliet, lord of. See Kerckhoven, Jan van der.

Helena, St. :

deposited portion of true cross at London, 13.

Helvetsluys [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands] :

Providence sails from 103n

Henrietta Maria, Queen of Great Britain, queen of England : 3, 6, 8.

Capuchins sent to serve, 266.

1642 :

expected at Hague, 1, 14
-, welcome, 5, 13
-, losses in crossing, 13
-, displeased at reception, 21.

delays departure, 1
-, embarks, 45
-, king's leave taking of, 5
-, escort of, 26, 31.

object of journey, 13
-, Venice interested in, 14
-, expectations disappointed, 21.

Zon pay's respects to, 13, 29.

weary of Dutch, 28
-, probable movements, 36.

Orange desires to satisfy, 32, 48
-, but hampered and apologises to, 44.

tries to raise money from jewels, 36
-, forwards money to king, 39, 70, 74, 77, 80, 94, 142, 189.

displeased at idea of mediating, 40
-, mediation contemplated by parliament, 47, 126.

Gressy's mission to, 53, 59, 68
-, Murray brings news to, 63
-, response to Louis, 94.

visit to Amsterdam, 59, 64
-, tour of, 67, 94.

Dutch embassy to please, 63, 67
-, displeased at manner of, 76.

sends king troops from Holland, 70
-, Rupert and Maurice to bring munitions provided by, 85.

sorrow at failure at Hull, 77
-, sends munitions to king, 103, 109, 142, 178, 189.

urges Orange to help cause, 94, 133.

king sends de Lisle to, 99
-, king's letters to intercepted, 122, 125.

royalist opposition to return of, 126
-, Palatine may take back, 133, 139.

Orange gives money to on terms, 131
-, asks Orange for escort, 144.

announces return to England, 144, 151
-, prayed to stay, 151
-, asked date of departure, 158.

representations against Strickland, 145
-, embassy to England suspended at request of, 157.

efforts for reception in France and help, 151, 163, 164
-, Richelieu writes advocating admission, 164.

majority of followers desire victory of parliament, 151
-, Hollanders object to escort for, 158.

Capuchins to remain till return, 156
-, expected in France, 179.

sees hopeless to get help from Dutch, 164
-, Hollanders accuse Orange of favouring, 169.

parliamentarians concerned at invitation to France, 171
-, invitation to France 174, 180, 184.

gets Giustinian to forward letter to king, 172, 173, 185
-, Venetian letters for, 195.

wants to stay on at Hague, 174
-, Dutch ask to stay, uncertain of movements, 180.

reply to French invitation, 184, 189, 194
-, means to return to England, 184, 185, 194, 221
-, hesitations 193, 227.

appeal of stirs Dutch, 184
-, present of Amsterdammers to, 194, 209.

raises levy to send to king, 184, 185, 189, 195
-, difficulties over, 193
-, sends them, 208.

decides to sail, 194
-, stays, to hear news, 200
-, decides to wait, 204.

Hollanders watch closely, 195, 204
-, may get French help, with Richelieu dead, 211.

Dutch attribute misfortunes to irresolution of, 204, 208
-, Joachimi accused of favouring, 227.

French minister slighted by, 213
-, Giustinian to visit, 214, 215
-, Zon pays respects to, 238.

mission from parliament to Hague to nullify operations, 220
-, taking supplies, 233.

wants to get Gen. King to England, 221.

1643 :

reported contributions of Dutch Catholics to, 222
-, present of Dutch government to, 233, 241.

complains of Orange receiving Strickland, 224
-, parliament hopes to stir ill feeling with Orange, 232.

Dutch want to get rid of, 227
-, king's letters encourage, preparing to sail, 230, 233.

Dutch look for increased prosperity after departure 233
-, suggests truce with Spain, 238.

favour to Catholics cause of troubles, 236.

discovery of plot against, 236, 240, 248
-, parliament publishes letter of king to, 240.

driven back by gale, 238, 239, 243, 248
-, fears for safety, 240
-, contemplates fresh start, 241, 244.

king's followers dislike coming of, 240
-, desire to get to England, braves all perils, 245.

reported landing at Newcastle, 243
-, departure delayed, 244
-, measures to hold up, 244, 245
-, sails, 247.

gives jewel to Giustinian's wife, 245.

parliament ships on look out for, 247, 249
-, landing, supplies brought by, 252.

bitter feelings at departure, 247, 248
-, protest against States, 256.

Scots require instruction in Calvinist faith, 249
-, Scottish lords sent to, 258, 259, 262, 266.

fear of influence over king, 252, 292
-, informs king of arrival, 256.

Fairfax offers to escort to Oxford, 257
-, arrests his messenger, 258.

king's letters to intercepted, 258
-, receives Newport back to favour, 261.

king needs reinforcement of, 259
-, Holland proposes conducting to Oxford, 263.

Cholmley goes over to, 260
-, Rupert going to meet, 263, 266.

troops of defeat Fairfax, 263
-, growing strength, superior in North, 266.

armistice to facilitate junction with, 263
-, Fairfax's assurance to, 270.

Capuchins expelled because of, 269
-, asks Tromp to let Dunkirk frigates pass, 275.

march to Oxford, 270
-, pressure to remain in Yorks, 276.

Essex fears joining king, 273
-, march to join king, 283, 290, 292, 295, 301.

Scottish lords ask escort of, 275
-, appeals to France for help, 278.

impeached in Commons, 280, 294
-, articles against, 284, 293
-, conspiracy invented to forward, 286.

France will not suffer to perish, 287, 290
-, France more inclined to help, 291.

named on epitaph at Westminster, 287.

parliament blame Dutch for allowing to take stores, 293.

king sends force to meet, 295, 301
-, does not need help, 298
-, arrives at Oxford, reinforcements brought by, 305.

-, almoner of. See Noel, Jacques le, bishop of Angoulême.

-, master of the horse. See Jermyn, Henry.

Henry IV., king of England :

parliament publishes act of, 73.

Henry, duke of Gloucester, third son 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.

Herbert, Sir Edward, Attorney General :

King sends proposals about militia to, 42.

Herbert, Philip, earl of Montgomery and Pembroke, earl of Pembruch :

sent into country to rally people to parliament and collect troops, 188.

Baynton lieutenant of, 225.

Herbert, lord, of Raglan. See Somerset, Edward.

Hereford, Eriford, county :

declares for king against parliament, 107.

Herne, —, gentleman from king :

tells Agostini, of king's plans, 231.

Hertford, marquis of. See Seymour, William.

Hertford, mayor of. See Palmer, Andrew.

Hesdin, Esdin [Pas de Calais, France] :

Spaniards threaten, 127.

Hesse Darmstadt, landgrave of. See George II.

Hessle, co. York :

king builds fort at, 106.

Heworth Moor, co. York :

king orders Yorkshiremen to meet at, 72
-, assembly at, 77
-, second meeting at, 101.

Hider. See Hyde.

High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.

Highnam, co. Gloucester :

Waller defeats Herbert at, 261.

Hobson, Obson, John, English merchant : 114.

Giustinian speaks to king of case, 9
-, suit against Benicelli, 23, 98.

report on currant affair, 156.

favourite candidate for consulship of Morea, 233.

Hoddam. See Hotham.

Holland, Province of, Netherlands :

opposes embassy to England, 21, 28, 209
-, disapproval may stop embassy, 44.

disinclined to lend financial assistance to prince, 28.

Assembly meets and adjourns without deciding about English embassy, 48
-, Orange prevails against over embassy, 52.

States of delight to thwart Orange, 115, 150
-, Orange disgusted with, 158.

quarrel with States general over Strickland, 150, 151
-, insists on neutrality, 157, 190.

demands punishment of Jermini, 157, 165
-, strenuous support of Strickland, 164.

objects to escort for queen, 158
-, watches queen closely, 195, 204.

condemns delay of reply to Strickland, 169
-, assurances to him, 174
-, Strickland waiting for new Assembly of, 180.

parliament hopes for fresh help from, 183
-, dissatisfied with reply to Strickland, 190.

Strickland applies to, to stop export of men and munitions, 193.

danger of split through action of, 194
-, session resumed, strong measures expected, 200.

less keen in supporting parliament, 208
-, complain of officers crossing to England, 213.

gets conformation of decree dismissing officers who enter foreign service, 217
-, has queen's ship stopped, 245
-, queen's bitter feeling against, 247.

Strickland gets protection of for attack on Orange, 273, 278
-, Strickland stirs against Tromp 275
-, nominates three deputies for Munster, 281, 302.

- See also Netherlands.

Holland, earl of. See Rich, Henry.

Holland, Sir John :

deputation to king, 108
-, on committee for regalia, 287n.

Holstein count of. See Christian Woldemar.

Hopton, Sir Arthur, English ambassador in Spain :

complains of supplies sent to Irish rebels, 116.

Hopton, Obton, Opton, Otton, Sir Ralph :

marching to join king, 192
-, seizes ships from Malaga at Falmouth, 226.

repulsed at Exeter retires to Cornwall, 231
-, victory at Braddock Down, 237, 239.

has advantage of parliament supplies seized, master of Cornwall, 243.

reports of reverse to, 247, 252
-, raises siege of Plymouth, 252, 257.

Stamford proposes armistice to, receives supplies, 257.

-, baron Hopton.

created viscount (sic), 257.

finds difficult to leave Cornwall, 200
-, Devonshire rises against, sorry plight, 278.

defeats Stamford, at Stratton, 279, 283
-, sets out to join Hertford, 287
-, joins him, 289.

march to join king, 292, 295.

reported defeat by Waller, 301, 304
-, Rupert reinforces, 304.

Hopton Heath, co. Staffs.

engagement at, 261.

horses :

commandeered for parliament army, 203, 286
-, sent by queen, lost, 247.

registration of, in London, 294.

Hotham, Odam, Otton, Sir John, Governor of Hull :

keeper of munitions ignores orders, 38
-, king sends duke of York and Palatine to sound, 50.

refuses to admit king, 51
-, town resents action, 66.

king demands punishment, 51, 53, 61, 89, 101, 105.

parliament upholds action, 51, 53
-, parliament rescues, 106.

measures to secure Hull, 61
-, militia refuse to obey, 66.

appeals to parliament for help, 66, 84, 103
-, discloses plot against Hull, 73n.

king offers pardon to, 117, 119, 125.

quarrels with Fairfax, 235
-, Fairfax blames for defeat, 256, 305.

may resent arrest of son, 292
-, plot to deliver up Hull, arrested, 298.

sent to London by sea, 298, 301
-, arrives, 305.

Hotham, Hoddam, Oddam, Captain John :

arrested by Meldrum, 292
-, escapes, arrested again, 298.

sent to London by sea, 298, 301
-, arrives, 305.

household, the royal :

customs duties devoted to maintenance, 3
-, parliament's offer for support, 18.

threat to stop supplies for, 45
-, king's sole right to make appointments in, 92.

Howard, Alethea, countess of Arundel :

accompanies queen mother, 22.

Howard
-, Charles, viscount Andover, Dandovert
-, D'Andover, English ambassador designate to Venice : 136.

king urges to start, 9
-, about to start, 36, 39
-, Ciustinian to pay respects to, 45.

Giustinian sees about Contarini and currants, 93
-, help noticed, 105.

letters to Giustinian, 93, 109, 110
-, letter of Giustinian to, 110.

anxious to start, 110.

Howard, Charles, lord Howard of Charlton :

deprived of vote, 113.

Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel, earl marshal :

goes to meet wife at Utrecht, 22
-, talk of sending ambassador to Spain, 142, 148.

Howard, Thomas, earl of Berks, Barchsier :

sent to Tower, 136.

Huddleston. See Cattheriche.

Huguenots :

fear that English Puritans may stir up, 143
-, move to assimilate English style to, 155.

Hull, Uls, Ult, co. York :

parliament orders reinforcement of garrison, 26, 30.

people not disposed to break from king, 30.

munitions from, to be sent to Tower, 38, 49, 74
-, squadron sent to take away, 46, 66.

Yorkshire petitions against removing munitions, 49
-, king denied entry at, 50.

parliament protection of couriers to and from, 50
-, parliament commends garrison, 53.

feeling mainly against Hotham, 53
-, governor's measures to secure, 61, 66.

king demands restitution, 61, 89, 105, 111, 117
-, failure of king's secret attempt on, 73, 77.

resists removal of munitions, 66
-, soldiers desert to king from, 84.

parliament sends deputies to, 66, 68
-, Meldrum sent to, 84.

growth of royal party in, 92.

munitions sent to for king, 103, 109
-, king begins siege of, 106
-, siege of, 119, 125, 131.

vote to hand over to king, 104, 108
-, offer to restore, 110.

king asked to desist from siege, 110
-, successful sorties from, 112, 125.

king offers to pardon people and governor of, 117, 119
-, Hotham in charge of, 292.

queen advised to wait for reduction, 125.

garrison keeps royalists busy, 168
-, parliament leaders withdraw to, 189.

Hotham refuses Fairfax arms from, 235
-, plot to deliver to king, 298.

Fairfax escapes to, 301
-, and is besieged in, 305.

-, governor of. See Hotham, Sir John.

Hulst, Ulst [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands] :

Orange makes show of besieging, 296.

Hungerford, Mr., M.P. :

deputation to king, 45.

-, Ongrefort, Sir Edward :

quarrel with Baynton, 235.

Huntingdon, Otinton, co. Huntingdon :

king's orders signed at, 26.

Hurry, Ori, Colonel John :

goes over to king, 290
-, conveys information, 292.

Hyde, Hider, Ider, Henry, English merchant, English consul in the Morea :

proposed rehabilitation, 143, 144
-, Proveditore to prevent mischief by, 241.

tries to introduce currants from Morea, 232
-, Company choose consul in place of, 233, 254
-, Venice welcomes removal, 262.



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