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'Index: N', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 358-363. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89571 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Namur [Prov. Namur, Belgium] :

Cantelmi posted near, 302.

Nani, Giovanni Battista, Venetian Ambassador to France :

permit for free transport of goods, 291, 302.

Nassau, Henry Frederick of, Prince of Orange :

message to queen, 2
-, reception of queen, 5
-, aware queen come for help, 13.

reported intention to help Charles, 19, 32, 120, 131
-, difficult to do as likes over, 21, 32, 44, 158.

old and infirm, 21
-, leaves queen alone, embarrassed by cost, 28.

proposed grant to for expenses, 21, 32
-, exercised about dowry, 44.

reported disagreement with States, 31
-, States of Holland like to thwart, 115, 150, 169, 194.

high opinion of Rupert as soldier, 41
-, death of second daughter, 64.

promotes decision to send ambassadors to England, 44, 52
-, annoyed at delay in sending, 48
-, ambassadors dependents of, 58.

embassy shows influence, 59, 67
-, queen urges to help cause, 94, 133.

going with queen on tour, 59, 67
-, queen asks for convoy to England, 144.

sympathy with Charles, allows officers to serve, 128, 131
-, parliament complains of helping Charles, 142, 145, 150.

Roe to consult in king's interest, 133.

embarrassments from English alliance, 142
-, queen's remonstrance with about Strickland, 145.

munitions for king allowed by, stopped, 150
-, allows soldiers to go, 157.

States General disposed to satisfy, 151
-, treatment of Strickland to please, 157
-, keeps back answer to Strickland, 169.

begs queen not to leave, 151
-, queen's stay injurious to, 164.

parliament accuses of assisting king, 182, 183
-, exercises all authority for king, 208.

active on behalf of queen, 184
-, supplies money for levy for England, 185
-, parliament hopes to render efforts vain, 220.

promises troops to queen, 195
-, gives passports to officers, 213.

parliament fears influence of, 216
-, relations with Strickland, 224.

accused of Catholic tendencies, issues edict against Catholics, 217.

loss of influence through English match, 220
-, parliament hopes to stir ill feeling with queen, 232.

maintains necessity of continuing war, 220
-, queen suggests making truce with Spain, 238.

Joachimi sees on return, 227
-, receives parliament deputy, 232.

expresses esteem for Venice, 233.

expected effort for queen, 233
-, payments to queen in name of, 241
-, assurances to queen, 244
-, insulted by treatment of queen, 245.

effort to increase feeling against, 256
-, parliament makes representations against, 273, 275, 278.

opening campaign, 273
-, disinclined to act, 278
-, French victory stimulates, 280
-, Tullerie urges to move, 280, 284, 287
-, orders march, 290.

falls ill at Buren, 287
-, Congo ambassador goes to see, 303.

assembles army at Filippine, 293
-, only takes field to please French, 296
-, remains inactive, 299, 302
-, Melo counts on inactivity, 306.

excessive influence in States General, 302.

-, -, daughter of. See Louise Henriette

-, -, wife of. See Amalia.

Nassau William of, Prince of Orange, son of Frederick Henry, 158.

goes to meet bride, 5
-, proposed grant for expenses to England, 22
-, marriage safe, 32
-, father hopes to secure position, 220.

Nassau, Count William of :

chosen to attend Munster congress, 302.

Navy, the royal, fleet, parliament fleet :

customs duties devoted to support of, 3.

Warwick put in command of 30 ships, 26
-, difficulty of equipping, 31
-, equipment of, 36.

parliament sends two ships to Denmark, 31
-, squadron to fetch munitions from Hull, 46, 66.

doubt if will follow Warwick, 38, 43
-, attitude to Warwick, 47.

squadron under Pennington, 31, 103
-, captains favouring Pennington removed, 103.

advantage of control, in settlement with king, 47
-, doubtful if accept Lindsey, 85.

in Downs, strength of, 51
-, reinforcement of, 62.

merchants furnish 14 ships for Ireland, 92
-, reported action with Dutch, 120.

king's efforts to get control of, 102
-, king demands control of, 117.

attack ships bringing munitions to king, 103, 109, 137, 138
-, seize Dutch ships, 120, 128.

reported destruction of king's works against Hull, 112, 119.

Dunkirkers threaten not to heed escort, 120
-, patrolling French coast, 132.

ships to blockade Portsmouth, 124, 129, 136
-, king gets four ships with Portsmouth, 128
-, attention distracted by need of providing food, 144.

captures king's last ships, 177, 178
-, ships brought into Downs, 188, 210.

on watch to intercept queen, 185, 247, 252
-, watch mouth of Meuse, 244
-, sent away, 245, 247.

ship offered for Giustinian, 214
-, squadron ordered to North, 223.

parliament thinks of reducing expenses on, 220
-, loan from city to meet arrears of pay, 225
-, taxes on food for support of, 277.

on watch to intercept supplies from Denmark, 249.

king requires control, 255, 265
-, officers not to act without king's licence, 260.

fire on queen at landing, 256
-, rebel confidence based on control of, 257
-, committee of safety to make return of strength, 265.

seizes Spanish ship, 274
-, squadron sent to Irish coast, 278
-, Warwick presses for pay, 285.

Netherlands, Belgio, Dutch, States, High Mightinesses, United Provinces, Holland, 12, 254.

news from, 223.

1642 :

preparations for receiving queen and princess, 1
-, queen looks for help from, 13.

ill not commit England against, 10.

likely to take up currant trade, 15, 22, 88, 149.

parliament considers how to embroil Orange with, 19
-, not inclined to help queen, 21
-, queen weary of, 28, 126.

expecting queen mother, 22
-, Venice interested in effect of queen upon, 29.

proposed embassy to England, put off, 28, 32, 36, 40
-, urged by Joachimi, 169.

indifference to English troubles, 28
-, suspicions of help to king dissipated, 31.

Portuguese and conquests of in Africa, 28.

disagreements with prince denied, 31
-, grumble at financial relief for prince, 32.

mediation refused, 39, 40.

nominate ambassadors for England, 44, 52, 58
-, final decision delayed, 48.

make difficulty about ratifying marriage terms, 44, 45.

grave importance attached to English mission, 52
-, instructions for, 58.

futility of mission, 58
-, hope to use for renewal of alliance, 59
-, hasten departure, 63, 76.

alliance with Austria unfriendly to, 62.

queen suspicious of delays, 68
-, queen's dissatisfaction with, 76, 94.

troops for king from, 70
-, queen sends money from, 70, 74
-, munitions sent from, 103, 105, 109, 124, 162, 178, 189.

Roe would not arrange treaty prejudicial to, 81
-, Roe's arrival in, 126, 133.

royal ships in, 103
-, Warwick seizes ships, released, 120, 128.

proposed embassy to France, 115
-, Roe's welcome in, 133
-, Roe offers negotiations to, 139
-, present to Roe, 151.

king sends letters to by Giustinian, 121, 122.

Rupert and Maurice cross in ship of, 128
-, munitions and men reach Charles from, 131.

English soldiers in service of, going to king, 131
-, English merchants transfer capital to, 133.

parliament sends envoy to remonstrate with on helping king, 142, 144, 145
-, reception of Strickland, 145.

will not lament queen's departure, 144
-, ask queen to stay, 151, 180
-, ask queen date of departure, 158.

incline to support parliament, 145, 164
-, parliament hints at alliance with, 148.

parliament orders munitions from, 147
-, and receives, 162.

reply to Strickland, 150
-, Roe tries to prevent reply, 151.

refuse copy of Strickland's proposals to Holland, 150
-, quarrel with Hollanders, 151
-, give way to Hollanders, 157.

proposed assimilation to religion of, 155
-, desire to copy government of, 209.

allow soldiers to proceed to England, 157, 158, 164
-, succour from for Ireland, 178.

queen despairs of help from, 164
-, queen's appeal to, 184
-, more friendly, 184, 185.

Hollanders oppose embassy to England, 165.

advantage from civil war, help both sides, 162
-, Richmond takes refuge in, 174.

reply to Strickland delayed, 157, 164, 169, 174
-, noncommittal reply, 189, 190.

munitions ready for king in, 182
-, remonstrance of parliament upon, 182-184.

England dominated by parliament a danger to, 184.

unwilling to risk encounter with parliament fleet, 185
-, no men or munitions from for either side, 193.

levy connived at by, 189
-, present to queen, 233, 241.

export of munitions from to either side, forbidden, 190, 245
-, will not stop soldiers going, 208, 213.

feared split in through action of Holland, 194
-, desire for peace, 220.

proposed mediation in England, 195
-, want to get rid of queen, 200, 227
-, strong feeling in against queen, 204, 208.

Venetian letters to, 195
-, project of embassy to England revived, 209, 227.

blame queen for injuries from Dunkirkers, 208
-, reported help from Catholics of, for queen, 223.

parliament's fear of Orange's influence with, 216.

affirm declaration dismissing officers who enter foreign service, 217
-, Goring feared order to stop, 223.

parliament sends gentleman to, to support Strickland, 220
-, remonstrance with about allowing munitions and men to pass, 223, 224.

parliament's justification to, 232
-, king asked to keep in correspondence with, 234, 236.

look for greater prosperity after queen's departure, 233
-, report of queen, leaving, 240
-, queen driven back to, 243.

Newcastle expects reinforcements from, 235
-, order parliament ships away from Meuse, 247.

parliament buys munitions in for Scotland, 246.

queen's ruffled feelings against, 248
-, queen's protest against, 256.

engineers from, to plan London defences, 252.

Strickland remonstrates with about frigates for king, 273
-, parliament denounces Orange to, 275.

alliance with France renewal, 273
-, French success stirs to action, 280.

grant passage to corpse of Cardinal Infant, 273.

refuse audience to Strickland, 278, 281
-, efforts to mitigate offence, 284, reply delayed, 287, 290.

repulse at Guelders, 281
-, preparations for campaign, 284, 290, 293
-, no inclination to do much, 287.

elect deputies for Munster, 281, 291, 302.

parliament issues book blaming, 293
-, king protests against ingratitude, 302.

seize English ships sailing from Dunkirk, 296
-, danger of misunderstanding with England over, 299
-, promise restitution, 302.

murmuring against campaign, 302.

proposed change in government, 302.

fleet :

at Dover for ambassadors, 2
-, service rendered by blockade of Dunkirk, 94
-, queen asks for escort of, 144, 158, 185
-, escort promised, 193, 245
-, ready, 204, 208, 227, 233.

escort for Joachimi, 207, 214, 220.

will not salute Warwick, 306.

merchants. See merchants, Dutch.

ships. See ships, Dutch.

Neve, William, mayor of St. Albans :

committed to prison, 124.

New England :

plan to send poor to, 247.

Newark, Niuarch, Niuvarch, Niuwarch, co. Notts :

promises troop of horse to king, 112
-, Savile and Gore sent prisoners to, 236.

infantry at, to join king, 276
-, queen to join troops at, 283
-, queen reaches, 292.

queen leaves and returns to, 295.

Newburgh, lord. See Barrett, Edward.

Newcastle on Tyne : 178, 239.

king thinks of retiring to, 54
-, king introduces garrison into, 91.

ships sent to watch off, 85
-, Greyhound ordered to, 103n.

new fortifications erecting at, 104
-, king asked to remove garrison from, 110.

Rupert and Maurice land near, 138, 142
-, munitions from Holland reach, 162, 189.

munitions expected from, 172
-, king's ships captured at, 177.

queen proposes to land at, 185, 195, 227, 232, 233, 236, 240, 244, 247
-, reported landing at, 243.

Danish ships reach with munitions, 203
-, Danish ambassador leaves, 207
-, some ships reach from queen, 247.

English soldiers sent from Holland to, 204
-, secured for landing foreign succours at, 217, 223.

ships reach with Goring and officers, 223
-, Gen. King arrives at, 235.

commotion at about imposition on coal, 229
-, carriage of coal, grain and salt from forbidden, 235.

parliament ships watching for queen off, 247, 252.

Newcastle, earl of. See Cavendish, William.

Newmarket, Nieumarchet, Niumarchet, co. Cambridge :

king proceeding to, 6, 7, 17
-, parliament sends to king at, 18, 24, 34.

news from, 17.

Newport, earl of. See Blount, Mountjoy.

Nicholas, Nicolas, Sir Edward, secretary of State :

speaks to Giustinian about Hobson and Andover, 9.

reported resignation of Essex and Holland, 42n.

king remonstrates with La Ferté through, 70.

Giustinian writes to about currants, 87, 88, 93, 98, 104, 143
-, and Pisini affair, 121, 122, 134.

letters to Giustinian
-, 121, 122, 172, 214, 215
-, letter of Giustinian to, 215.

cannot arrange audience for Giustinian, 173
-, postpones audience, 180.

parliament seizes all letters to and from, 178.

account of Edgehill, 192.

expects gratuity from Giustinian, 196
-, gratuity to, 213
-, concession of arms to Giustinian, 214, 215.

representations for Talbot, 224.

agents of arrested, 235
-, letter to President of Lords, 239.

letter to Agostini, 253, 254
-, letter of Agostini to, 253.

letter of Gerbier to intercepted, 280
-, king informed of Italian league through, 291, 299.

supplies information to Mercurius Aulicus, 307.

Nieumarchet. See Newmarket.

Niuarch, Niuvarch, Niuwarch. See Newark

Niuborgh. See Barrett, Edward, lord Newburgh.

Niumarchet. See Newmarket.

Nobility, English, lords :

many join king at York, 34, 84
-, favour king, 83
-, impeached for joining king, 276n.

king's strength and credit render accommodating, 104
-, fears of effect of quarrel with king upon, 108.

loyalty of Northern, 112
-, majority on king's side, 130
-, bulk of king's cavalry composed of, 161.

correspondence with queen, 125.

effort among to stay uncompromising course of parliament, 209.

possible separation from popular side, 210
-, mistrust of, 243.

city demands shall be taxed first, 255.

-, the lower. See gentry.

Scottish :

effort to win for king, without influence, 243
-, king sends to take part in parliament, 246.

Noel, Jacques le, bishop of Angoulême, the queen's almoner :

efforts to get queen received in France, 151, 164
-, expected at Hague, 174, 180.

takes invitation to queen, 180
-, arrives with invitation, 184.

sent back to France, 189
-, report at Paris, 194.

Nogaret, Bernard de, duke of Epernon :

house searched, 141
-, surety to parliament for Vendôme, 258.

Nogaret, Henry de, duke of Candale :

in service of Venice, 41.

North of England :

desires return of king to power, 29
-, parliament eager to learn about royalist sympathies of, 33
-, king's popularity in, 37
-, entirely devoted to king, 111.

king expecting reinforcements from, 205
-, fleet sent to, to stop supplies from abroad, 223, 249.

king's peril without help from, 269
-, king awaiting reinforcements from, 270, 273, 274.

Nortampton
-, Nortanton. See Northampton

Northampton, Nortampton, Nortanton, co. Northampton :

Essex halts at, 159, 165
-, Bedford marches to, 168
-, Essex sets out from, 169.

Rupert avoids attacking, 240
-, king besieges, 278.

Northampton, county :

troops from take Banbury, 226
-, successes of Rupert in, 240.

Northampton, earl of. See Compton, James
-, Compton, Spencer.

Northumberland, countess of. See Percy, Elizabeth.

-, earl of. See Percy, Algernon.

Northumberland, merchantman :

in Downs with cargo of rice, silk and currants, 232.

Nottingham, Notingam, co. Nottingham :

news from, 151.

king suggests as meeting place for parliament, 88, 89.

king proposes to unfurl standard at, 134
-, but finds unfriendly, 139
-, returns to, 140
-, king unfurls standard at, 145
-, king moves from, 160.

king's peace proposals dated at, 146n.

munitions from Holland sent to, 162
-, queen retires from, 295, 298.

Nottingham, Notingam, county, 154.

gentry of declare for king, 65
-, king disarms Calvinists in, 161
-, queen avoids, 292.



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