James I., king of Great Britain, king of England :
law upon importing currants, 16
-, esteem for Venetian friendship, 179.
benefits conferred on Dutch, 184.
some Catholics accepted oath under, 228.
arrangement with Venice for recognition of ships, 267.
James, duke of York :
king sends for, 39
-, sets out, 44.
garter for, 39, 51.
king sends on to Hull, 49
-, staying at York, 168
-, present at Edgehill, 191.
Prince of Orange ill of, 287.
Jermyn, Germen Henry, queen's master of the horse :
arranges to send men to king from Holland, 157
-, Hollanders demand punishment, 157
-, ship sent by captured, 178n.
provision for, in Palatinate, 75.
lades currants at Cephalonia, 204.
employed to export goods from England, 252.
queen tries to raise money on, 36, 185
-, forwards money so raised, 39, 70, 77, 80, 94
-, given by queen to Giustinian's wife, 245.
Jewels, office of the 208.
-, master of the. See Mildmay, Sir Henry.
Joachimi, Albert, Dutch ambassador in England :
gets forged letter burned, 31
-, Dutch complain of silence, 32.
reports refusal of mediation, 39, 40.
to rank with ambassadors extraordinary, 58
-, queen displeased about, 76.
exact account of England wanted from, 165
-, urges despatch of embassy, 169.
granted leave, 200, 207
-, escort of ships for, 214
-, crosses, 220.
exchanges visits with Giustinian, titles, 214.
to inform officers that dismissed if enter foreign service, 217.
reticence about English affairs, 227
-, tries to smoothe matters between prince and Strickland, 278.
consulted about book published against Dutch, 293.
John Albert, count of Solms Braunfels, Count of Solmes :
made general of Dutch artillery, 115.
Johnston, Sir Archibald, of Waristoun, Scottish commissioner :
king objects to, 243.
king issues order against Catholics to, 30.
Kent petition during tour of, 35.