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'Index: P', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 364-374. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89573 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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Palatinate :

deliberate progress of negotiations upon, 4
-, extravagant demands for restoration, 63.

question of exercise of Catholic faith in, 52.

France ready to snatch advantage in, 62
-, proposed alliance to compel restitution, 64.

king required to make alliances for recovery of, 236.

Palatinate, the Lower :

question of restoration, 4, 11, 12
-, Bavaria ready to treat about, 9.

claims of Simmern and widowed electress to, 20.

restitution demanded entire, 57
-, terms for restitution, 74, 75.

-, the Upper :

Roe demands restoration as price of alliance, 4
-, Bavaria ready to treat about, 9
-, negotiations for restitution, 58
-, terms for restitution, 75.

Palatine family, Palatine House, Princes Palatine :

Venetian assurances to, 49, 68, 288.

negotiations for reconciliation, 56, 57
-, Roe gives up hope of, helping, 71.

France will not permit restoration without authority, 62
-, French hinder restoration, 63.

Roe forwards emperor's terms to, 74
-, terms for electoral vote, 75
-, Roe's offer to Bavaria on behalf of, 76
-, Bavaria may repent of treatment of, 98.

emperor will not declare guiltless of offence against empire, 93
-, emperor makes show of good will to, 126.

opportunist policy of England upon, 127
-, disturbed state of England prevents anything being done for, 138.

no English help for because of Rupert, excesses, 161.

Prince Palatine recommends to Venice, 303.

Palatine
-, Prince, Elector. See Charles Louis
-, Frederick V.

Palatine Princes
-, See Edward
-, Louis
-, Maurice
-, Philip
-, Rupert.

-, Princess. See Elizabeth.

Palmer, Andrew, mayor of Hertford :

committed to prison, 124.

papal nuncios. See under ambassadors.

papists. See Catholics, Roman.

Paris, France :

queen would like to go to, 28, 164, 174
-, invited to, 184, 189
-, queen sends Montagu to, 213.

Palatine princes leaving for Venice, 180
-, death of Richelieu at, 211n
-, Palatine princes at, 285.

Luxemburg palace :

residence for Queen Henrietta, 164.

despatches dated at, 127, 132, 150, 157, 164, 180, 194, 227, 244, 278.

parishes :

plan to relieve of burden of maintaining poor, 247.

parliament :

not mentioned in alliance with Dutch, 150
-, did not contribute to salvation of Dutch, 184.

secretary of, 16.

1642 :

notifies king of choice of lords lieutenant, 2
-, perturbed by reply, fresh representations, 2.

London resents interference with militia, 3
-, threatens citizens, 7
-, London submits to, 19.

objects to prince joining king, 3
-, dealings with Capuchins, 8.

efforts to raise money, 4
-, imposes tax of 4 subsidies, 26.

deputation to king about militia, 6
-, deals with militia independently of king, 7.

asks king to return to London, 6
-, offer to king for return, 18.

commissioners for Trade, 14, 55
-, their report on currants, 15
-, new book of rates, 87.

reason for excluding currants, 16, 23
-, Giustinian tries to persuade against exclusion, 22.

petitions to, for church and king, 17
-, Yorkshire petition to, for king, 43.

debate on paper for king, 18, 19
-, contents of paper, 24
-, king's replies to, 25, 33, 34.

Roe asked to show powers from, 20, 27, 28.

measures for establishing control, 25, 26
-, heated debates on measures against king, 26, 27.

Holland wants to be sure embassy acceptable to, 28
-, rejects foreign mediation, 39.

chastening effect of king's withdrawal on, 30
-, fresh representations for return, 30, 31.

orders to Hull disobeyed, 30, 38
-, sends squadron to Hull for munitions, 46.

effort to conciliate York gentry, 31
-, possible resistance to, 36, 43.

despatches ships to Denmark, 31
-, Venetian interest in proceedings, 33.

Pennington removed to please, 31
-, confirms Warwick's appointment, 38, 43.

eager to learn king's intentions, 33, 46
-, king exposes interested aims, 34.

efforts to stop secession of members, 34
-, protection of dismissed officials, 42, 43.

Kentish petition to, 35, 38, 55
-, measures to stop such petitions, 38, 39, 55
-, has petition burned, 55.

king's reply to about return and militia, 37
-, king's proposals to about militia, 42
-, inclined to accept, 47.

orders lords lieutenant to exercise functions, 37
-, reluctance of knights of Garter to disobey, 44.

anticipated failure of operations, 38
-, would welcome queen's mediation, 40.

king asks help to go to Ireland, 41
-, reception of proposal, 42
-, reply to king upon, 45.

Hotham denies king from loyalty to, upholds Hotham, 50
-, instructions to York, Lincoln and Hotham, 53
-, Gower reports king's action to, 54.

fresh overtures for composition, 54
-, Dutch offer of mediation to, 58
-, Joachimi accredited to, 76.

Scots move in concert with, 54
-, Scottish declaration not satisfactory to, 61.

renewed dispute with king over militia, 55
-, acts independently, reviews troops, 60.

king's counterblast to, 61
-, king sends to for statute book, refused, 65, 66.

refuses levy to Cardenas, 62
-, Dutch serve by blockading Dunkirk, 94.

irregularity of La Ferté in appealing to, 62, 70, 91, 126
-, urges disavowal of Roe, 64
-, Roe's answer to, 81, 109.

king wants prince out of clutches of, 63.

representations from Wales refusing taxes, 65
-, measures to secure North, 66.

Hotham implores help from, 66, 84
-, uncertain issue of struggle, 67.

denounces Newport and Savile, 66
-, also Lindsey and Savile, 78.

new remonstrance published, accuses king of contemplating war, 68.

king professes desire for good understanding with, 69
-, Scottish protests against tyranny, 84.

officers engaged by go to king, 70
-, Middlesex trained bands will not obey, 72.

greatly reduced attendance, 71, 175
-, members with king summoned back, 79.

king forbids obedience to orders, 72, 96
-, king's counterblast to, 83.

appeal to country, 72, 82
-, efforts to promote cause, 73, 79.

proposes impossible terms, 73, 74, 76, 95
-, reply promised to, 80.

Yorkshire petition for agreement with, report upon, 78
-, commissioners to York return, 91.

collects force against York, 79, 82
-, king's efforts to prevent, 89.

seizes credits for king, 80
-, asserts independent authority, 80.

subscription demanded of, 83
-, London Corporation refuses further payment to, 92, 97.

sends ships to intercept Rupert and Maurice, 85
-, Dutch consider Palatines unwise to interfere with, 94.

reports successes in Ireland, 85.

king's proposals for accommodation with, 88, 89
-, debate upon, 89.

counterblast to king's proclamation, 89, 90
-, preparations for war, 95, 130, 147
-, efforts to prevent supplies reaching king, 96.

lower classes support, 90, 135.

depressed by bad news, 92
-, falling credit, 95.

declaration in favour of king's right to appoint, 92, 95
-, response to king's declaration, 101.

Somerset petition to, for accommodation, 95
-, king denounces decision about militia, 100.

passes bill against currants, 98, 117, 138, 143, 149, 156, 212, 232
-, collects customs without king's assent, 121, 127, 132.

having ships searched, 99
-, backs Warwick against king, 103.

opponents declared traitors, 102
-, proclamation to that effect, 141.

sends aid to Hull, 103, 106, 125
-, king sends ultimatum to, upon Hull, 106.

debate on accommodation, 104, 111
-, proposals for, 108, 110
-, king's answer to, 117.

king appeals to people against, 105
-, appeals to country for support, 106.

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

cannot induce aldermen to act for mayor, 107
-, deprives 9 lords of vote, 113.

Hereford condemns, 107
-, Lincoln challenges, 112
-, has 5 mayors arrested, 124.

fear of dissolution through lack of members, 108
-, proposed adjournment for members to recruit, 123.

not responsible for war, 111
-, authorises war against king's followers, 130.

steps to secure Warwick, 118, 140
-, and Portsmouth, 123
-, Goring persuades to supply Portsmouth, 128.

sends commissioners to Scotland, 118
-, hopes of help from Scots, 119
-, Scots invite king to settle with, 141.

orders release of Dutch ships, 120, 128
-, remonstrance to Dutch about helping king, 142, 144, 145.

intercepted letters read in, 125
-, king denounces abuse of, 134.

Rupert and Maurice sail in Dutch ship to escape, 128
-, Palatine neutral in quarrel with, 139.

difficulty in recovering Portsmouth, 129, 141
-, action of supporters in Somerset, 129, 130.

response to king's proclamation as rebels, 136
-, terms for accommodation, 143.

Roe would like to mediate peace with king, 139
-, French not pleased at ascendancy, 143.

encouraged by first successes, 140
-, Dutch people want to win, 144.

Irish rebels warn of intention to help king, 141
-, sends commissioners to Ireland, 168.

professed desire for accommodation with king, 145
-, fresh overtures to, 152
-, reply, 152, 153.

Dutch take side of, 145
-, sends orders to Holland for munitions, 147.

king makes peace overtures to, reply, 146
-, considers sign of weakness, 147.

likely to recover Portsmouth, 147
-, Portsmouth surrendered to, 155.

negotiations with Scottish commissioners, 148
-, they offer mediation, reply, 189.

suggests alliance against Austria to Dutch, 148
-, danger to Dutch of England dominated by, 184.

Dutch stop munitions for, 150
-, munitions reach from Holland, 162.

sends envoy to France with offer of alliance, 151
-, envoy expected in France, 157, 164.

queen's own followers hope for victory of, 151
-, Gerbier hopes king will give way to, 156.

obstinate devotion of Puritans to, 152
-, popular applause for, 159.

Essex wants Constableship from, 154, 160
-, Essex reports to and asks for money, 165, disposes of ample funds, 154
-, expenditure will involve heavy taxes, 166.

king's manifesto denouncing, 155
-, demands to present to king, 160, 176
-, probable policy, 160.

Hollanders partiality for, 157, 158, 195
-, Holland's view of quarrel, 179.

Giustinian stands aloof from quarrels, 159
-, Giustinian asks for passports, 178.

sends to reduce Oxford, 162
-, stops letters from Court, 167
-, seizes letters to and from Secretary of State, 178.

king makes further overtures to, stiff reply, 162
-, denounces peace compact in Yorks, 177.

informs Scots of abolition of bishops, 163
-, Scots threaten to take side of, 183.

grants ship to take La Ferté, 163
-, asks France to release ship, 178.

urges Essex to march, 166
-, Essex asks for more men, 170.

sends troops against Wales, 168
-, commissioners sent to Cornwall turn against, 188, 189.

proposes to make new great seal, 168.

prepares defence of London, 175, 176
-, measures of defence against king's march, 188, 192.

growing feeling against, 175
-, citizens regret committing themselves to, 188.

response to king's denial of Essex, 176
-, king offers pardon, except 6 members 192.

Palatine appeals to for funds, 177
-, pensionary of Zeeland supports, 194.

capture of king's ship at Yarmouth, 178
-, remonstrates with Dutch about sending help to king, 182-184.

display of royalist favours detrimental to, 181
-, Holland less eager in supporting, 208.

sends for Warwick to command second army, 188
-, garrisons Windsor, 188, 197.

removes royal princes from St. James to city, 192, 193, 219.

Rupert punishes Reading for supporting, 197
-, king sends Murray to with explanation, 205.

Lords fear victory of, 198, 199
-, issues patents to privateers, 220.

king ready to listen to proposals, 199
-, peace overtures to king, 200, 215
-, report on, 201.

sends to Scotland for help, 199
-, Danish mediation for, 203
-, grants passport to Scottish commissioners, 220.

refers back question of currants, 199
-, pays respects to Giustinian, 211, 212
-, offers him ship, 214.

Corporation petitions to prosecute war, 202
-, petition of Anglicans to, 218, 222, 224.

king's message to, 202
-, dispute over terms, 209.

grant to Essex, 203
-, demands loan at 8%, 216
-, sanctions mission to Essex upon peace, 216, 217.

Corporation grant for army, asks for more, 211
-, petition of Corporation to, 222.

imposes fresh taxes, 216, 218
-, thinks of reducing expenditure on fleet, 220.

to continue in London, 219
-, frustrated at Bristol, 223.

mission to Dutch in support of Strickland, 220
-, remonstrance to Dutch, 224.

outlaws Catholics serving in king's forces, 223.

1643 :

difficulty of collecting taxes discussed in, 225
-, expedient for raising money, 237.

debate on preventing Newcastle joining king, 225
-, orders Essex to attack Reading, 240.

Baynton offers levy from Wilts, 225
-, prepared to grant his terms, 226.

seizes ready money on S. Clara, 226
-, arrangement with merchants over cargo, 232.

Dutch fearful of offending, 227
-, orders Warwick to stop foreign supplies for king, 235.

alarm at petition of apprentices, 228
-, has "Complaint to House of Commons" burned, 231.

bill in to abolish bishops and divert revenues, 228
-, publishes letter of king to queen, 240.

message to king about Ireland, 229
-, king's offer to, for Ireland, 238.

merchants petition about colonising Madagascar, 230
-, appoints new commissioners of customs, 231.

king professes readiness to accept advice, 230
-, Scots require king to come to terms with, 236, 249.

publication of king's reply requires consent, 230
-, allows publication, 234
-, sheriffs consult about publication, 236.

Corporation stiffens against peace proposals, 234
-, peace terms for king, 239, 243, 244.

passport required for communication with Court, 234
-, plot to deliver queen to, 239.

Essex and Warwick report on debts owed by, 237
-, offer of city to, for prosecution of war, 242.

proposal to for dealing with prisoners, 241
-, terms aim at ascendancy over king, 243.

king's reply to commissioners, 242, 244
-, king complains to, of delays, 249, 250.

troops from Ireland desert, 243, Brooke serious loss to, 256.

Dutch supplies for forbidden, 245
-, remonstrates with Dutch about frigates for king, 273, 275.

city protests to against armistice, 246
-, offer of city to for prosecution of war, 252.

Lindsay to inform Court of intentions, 246
-, king wishes to avoid throwing Scots into arms of, 250.

buys munitions for Scotland in Holland, 246
-, Scots ready to take field for, 266.

urges Essex to action, 249
-, stops armistice in West, 257
-, punishes royalists of Bristol, 260.

energy in raising money and men, 249
-, taxes the whole country, 252
-, resolutions to confiscate goods of royalists, 261.

considers articles of armistice, 251
-, discussion upon, 255
-, negotiations over, 263-265, 267.

decision to fortify London, 252
-, king wants to remove from London, 265.

Vendôme has passport from, 253
-, takes sureties for Vendôme, 258.

will not allow Langham to unlade currants, 254
-, orders seizure of St. Anne, 256.

misleads people about king, 255
-, forbids publication of two royal proclamations, 260.

intercepts king's letters, 258
-, king's message to about Ireland, 274.

king asks if willing to treat, 259
-, fresh overtures for peace to, 279.

measures for defence of Guernsey, 261
-, stops levy for king in West, 279.

severity with Cholmley, 263, 264
-, betrayed by Goring, 283.

city remonstrates with on conduct of war, 264
-, asks money of London, 276.

orders return of strength of army, 265
-, Essex reports on situation to, 270.

king forbids Scottish commissioners to treat with, 266
-, sends to confer with them, 270.

asked to supply list of Scots on both sides, 268
-, appeal to Scots to help recover Yorks, 277.

justifies action to foreign powers, 271, 277
-, Joachimi writes to mollify, 278.

exults at fall of Reading, 272
-, orders Essex to give battle, 279.

allows demolition of Cheapside cross, 272
-, indignant at punishment of Fielding, 283.

Essex comes to demand money from, 276
-, petitioned to enforce general military service, 305.

new seal needed for elections to fill vacancies, 277
-, appoints tutor for princes, 295.

threat to confiscate goods of absentees, 280
-, has royalists executed at Bristol, 289.

action over currants condemned, 282
-, confirms arrest of Dutch ships, 296.

stir in over conspiracy, 284, 285
-, statement on, 286
-, informs London of, 288.

Scots say Ireland concern of, 284
-, opposes king's efforts for peace in Ireland, 293.

asks guard from Essex, 285
-, people resent power usurped by, 301.

proposes to examine Gressy's credentials, 287
-, has French agent's house searched, 290.

order upon synod, 291
-, letter of colonels to about oath, 297.

issues book blaming Dutch for help to queen, 293
-, Zeeland proposes fast for success of, 302.

king's proclamation that not free, 294
-, sends to suppress rising in Kent, 306.

stirs Scots against king, 295
-, not informed of Scottish demands, 306.

objects to London raising separate army, 301
-, threatened differences with city, 305.

- See also Commons, House of
-, Lords, House of.

-, army of. See army, parliamentary.

-, fleet of. See navy, the royal.

-, of Ireland. See under Ireland.

-, of Scotland. See under Scotland.

parliamentarians :

1642 :

perturbed at king's reply about militia, 2
-, prepare paper threatening king, 6.

possible alienation of city from, 3
-, many rally to king, 7, 8.

attempt to reduce king to subjection, 7
-, queen hopes for Dutch help to subdue, 13.

disturbed by petitions for church and king, 17.

anxiety about king's proceedings and intentions, 18
-, reported reaction against in North, 29.

divided about measures to take, 18
-, consternation at Hull's disobedience, 30.

indignant at Orange helping king, 19
-, Kentish petition aimed at, 35
-, annoyed by, 38.

king's reply unsatisfactory to, 33
-, king shows baselessness of suspicions, 34.

alarmed at king's intended visit to Ireland, 42
-, opinion upon the move, 42
-, propaganda against, 46
-, king's reply to remonstrances upon, 51.

king brings to terms, 47
-, hopes of accommodation with dissipated, 49.

prepared for queen's mediation, 47
-, king's offer to, to return, 51.

king takes exception to liberties taken by, 51
-, king denounces selfish aims, 68, 89.

Scots will not dissociate from, 54.

La Ferté cultivates, 62
-, relations with La Ferté, 70, 97, 120, 150.

dilemma at loss of great seal, 69
-, false move towards composition, 73.

sanguine about people joining army, 79
-, preparations for war, 95.

ambitious designs, 79
-, encouraged by restoration of Richelieu, 86.

subscription loan for army, 79
-, announce success of loan, 83, 90.

report La Ferte's remonstrance to Roe, 81
-, Roe's retort to, id.

doubtful of Meldrum's loyalty, 84
-, irritated by royalist successes in Lanes, and Leicester, 96.

many favour king's right to make appointments, 92
-, those with king publish manifesto, 96.

efforts at accommodation interrupted, 100
-, determined not to give way to king, 118.

king may be strong enough to humble, 102
-, effort to keep up appearances, 107.

declare king's followers traitors, 102
-, punish loyalty of Universities, 112.

believe king means to capture Hull, 104
-, suspicions of Orange, 120.

fear of dissolution for lack of members, 107, 108
-, many collecting regiments, 123, 140.

Murray confers with, 125
-, contemplate using queen for negotiations, 126.

alarm at defection of Portsmouth, 129
-, hopeful about Portsmouth, 136.

king's manifesto against to justify war, 134
-, stand by Essex, 136.

La Ferté gets promise to protect Calais, 137
-, La Ferté urges compromise on, 143.

uncompromising reply to king's peace proposals, 146, 152, 153.

Rupert sacks houses of, indignation of, 148
-, threat to abandon Palatine House, 161
-, bitter feeling against Palatines, 170.

king offers to revoke proclamation against, 152
-, revocation demanded, 162.

not prepared to give Essex powers he desires, 154
-, urge advance against king, 166.

no real desire for peace, 162
-, circulate reports of disagreements in royal camp, 168.

council of appointed for Essex, 167
-, have petition to king printed, 171.

try to hush up bad news, 170
-, quarrels about malversation of money, 176.

pardon offered to those following king, 171
-, report king's forces short of money, 177.

concerned at reception of queen in France, 171
-, Giustinian informs of intention to go to king, 178.

disavow peace pact in Yorkshire, 177
-, preparations to defend London, 181.

indignation at king's levy of plate, 181.

think it unsafe to risk battle, 182
-, undismayed by king's advance, fresh manifesto, 187.

remonstrance with for garbled version of Palatine's letter, 183.

Londoners who do not help threatened, 188
-, measures for defence, 192, 205
-, success of, 205.

Scottish offer of mediation acceptable to, 189.

issue coloured report of Edgehill, 192
-, expectation of renewed army, 198.

king allows to choose meeting place, 201
-, no sign of embracing peace proposals, 202.

consternation at Brentford raid, 201
-, accuse king of deceit, 202.

Denmark threatens if refuse mediation, 203
-, opinion of Danish intervention, 207.

many resign military offices, others wish reconciliation, 207
-, regret violence against king, 215.

regret death of Richelieu, 211
-, fear of foreign help for king, 216.

incensed at king's reply, 216
-, proclamation against customs and taxes embarrasses, 223.

disunion among good for king, 244.

1643 :

plan to surprise queen at sea, 245
-, fear of queen's influence on king, 252, 269, 292.

talk of enlisting Scots for army, 246
-, stir Scots against king, 295.

capture queen's page with letter to king, 256
-, king's proclamation denouncing, 294.

Vendôme incensed against, 258
-, Agostini approaches about Nani's goods, 302.

remonstrate with Essex for not preventing succour from North, 276
-, letter of Essex unpalatable to, 300.

determination to carry through undertaking, 277
-, violence over oath damages, 305.

Waller most acceptable to, to command London force, 305.

Parma, duke of. See Farnese, Odoardo I.

Pasqualiga, galley, 115.

Paull, co. York :

Providence run ashore at, 103n
-, king builds fort at, 106.

Pauw, Pau, Adrien :

appointed plenipotentiary of Holland for Munster, 302.

peace :

king sends four members to make overtures to parliament, 146
-, reasons, 147.

audacious reply to king, 146, 153
-, king believed ready to purchase at any price, 147, 152.

fear of among king's followers, 153, 167, 168
-, divisions in king's Council over, 167, 279.

king sends to renew overtures, 152, 162
-, obdurate reply to, 162.

Essex not allowed powers to treat for, 160
-, given powers, 166
-, king will not deal with, 176.

malcontents do not desire, 162, 225, 256, 257, 263
-, fear of desire for spreading, 177.

move for in Lords, 198, 199
-, king agrees to receive commissioners, 199
-, representations of commissioners, 200
-, king receives them, 201
-, Brentford affair spoils, 202
-, king explains, 205.

city petition against negotiations, 202, 206
-, or only on proper terms, 212
-, city against any proposal, 234
-, city regrets negotiations hinder active prosecution of war, 264.

parliament decides to resume negotiations, articles proposed, 206
-, difficulty because of terms insisted on by Commons, 209, 215.

source of division between the two Houses, 207.

move in London favouring, despite efforts of corporation, 218, 222, 224, 228, 231
-, desire for spreads to country round, 231.

king's reply to proposals, 209, 215, 216
-, Lords draw up more reasonable terms, 219.

terms discussed in Commons, 225, 228
-, and entirely altered, 234.

petition of women for, 225
-, and of apprentices, 228
-, hopes of dashed by attitude of king and Commons, 231.

terms for agreed on, 235
-, nature of terms, 236, 239, 244
-, terms submitted to king, 239
-, king rejects, 242, 244
-, king not sincere about, 265.

Lords inform king of efforts for, 248
-, plan to arrest five lords who favour, 251.

negotiations for armistice offer no hope of, 251
-, Lords blame king for rupture of negotiations, 277.

king sends to make known desire for, 255
-, he asks if parliament willing to continue negotiations, 259
-, Commons ready to do so, 260, 263
-, he appoints commissioners, 260.

king represents need of, rebuffed, 274
-, king makes fresh overtures, ignored, 279.

Pembroke, Pembruch, earl of. See Herbert, Philip.

Pennington, Sir Isaac :

made lord mayor of London in place of Gurney, 137
-, tries to stop display of royalist favours, 181.

interferes with petition for peace, 218
-, own petition to parliament, 222.

mission to king at Oxford, 225
-, king excludes from pardon, 230.

directed to provide money to pay fleet, 225.

not disposed to let king's reply be made public, 230
-, opposed to peace proposals, 234.

king orders imprisonment, 236.

offer for prosecution of war, 242, 252, 257
-, informed of intention to raise London force, 301.

Pennington, Peninton, Sir John, Vice Admiral :

ordered back to home waters, 26
-, deprived of charge, 31
-, will not give up, 36.

escorted queen to Holland, 26.

king wishes to retain, 38
-, sent to Downs to take command, 102
-, captains favouring dismissed, 103.

Percy
-, Algernon, earl of Northumberland
-, lord High Admiral :

dismisses Pennington, 31
-, Pennington refuses to obey, 36.

king contemplates dismissing, 39
-, king dismisses, 85.

quarrel with Marten, 267, 268, 271
-, accused of complicity in conspiracy, 296.

-, Elizabeth, countess of Northumberland :

Marten opens letters of earl to, 267.

Perry, Peri, Thomas, English sailor :

lodged at Venice, 281.

Pesaro, Zuane, Procurator of the Providitore in Terra Ferma :

despatch to Senate, 245.

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

emperor ready to pledge word for restoration by, 4, 10
-, powers expected from about restitution, 11
-, restitution of share in Palatinate, 75.

Irish officers leaving service, 19
-, levy refused to, 62.

Warwick's hostility to, 43
-, Hopton complains to, of help to Irish, 116.

queen thinks of appealing to, 94.

state of England prevents doing anything for Palatine, 138.

Philip, Palatine prince :

leaving Paris for Venice, 180
-, reception there, 227
-, tour in Italy, 285.

mother apologises to doge for, 285, 288.

Philippine, Filippine [Flanders], fort :

Orange assembles army at, 293.

Picardy, France :

junction of Spanish forces in, 127.

Pickering, John :

sent to Scotland to ask for help, 199.

Piggot, Captain :

sinks king's long pinnace, 109n.

pirates, corsairs :

privateering authorised against, 220
-, Venetian measures against, 267.

Pisani, Niccolo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 300.

-, Piero, Savio alla Mercanzia, 300.

Pisini, Giovanni, servant of English embassy :

appeals in Collegio for, 77, 82, 114-116
-, sentenced, 115
-, instructions upon, 134.

Piters, Edward, merchant :

acts for Agostini, 302.

plague :

only calamity lacking to England, 282.

plot. See conspiracy.

Plymouth, Plemond, co. Devon :

expected to declare for king, 128
-, alarm at appearance of royalists before, 219.

Hopton shuts up parliament forces in, 243, 247
-, siege raised by Devon militia, 252, 257, 260, 261.

Ponte, Nicolo da.

advocates neutrality of Venice, 27.

Pontefract, co. York :

queen reported at, 290.

poor :

plan to send to New England, 247.

pope :

ministers of, urging France and Spain to send troops to England, 24.

Zen urges Venice to take measures against, 27.

- See Gregory XV.
-, Urban VIII.

Popham, Popon, Edward :

sent to help Stamford, 283.

porcelain :

Dutch present to queen, 209.

Porsmond, Porsmoud. See Portsmouth.

Portland, earl of. See Weston, Jerome.

ports, sea :

king orders governors to obey only his commands, 17.

Portsea Island, co. Hants : 136.

Portsmouth, Porsmond, Porsmoud, co. Hants :

news from, 235.

parliament sends troops to secure, 123
-, Goring holds for king, 128.

measures to recover, 129
-, siege of, 136, 141, 147
-, surrenders, 155.

Goring betrayed king and parliament at, 283.

-, governor of. See Goring, George.

Portugal and Portuguese :

Dutch help to, 94.

Potter, Christopher, provost of Queen's Coll., Oxford :

parliament sends for, to punish, 112.

powder. See gunpowder.

Powick Bridge, co. Worcester :

victory of Rupert at, 170.

Prague [Czecho Slovakia] :

treaty of, 20.

preachers, ministers :

punished for slandering king, 113
-, urge people to resist king, 198.

ask collection to send poor to New England, 247.

ask prayers for intended assassin of king, 249.

in Netherlands :

accuse Orange of leaning to Catholicism, 217.

Prideaux, John, bishop of Worcester, Vice-chancellor of Oxford University :

parliament sends for, to punish, 112.

priests :

executions of, 52.

- See Cattheriche, Edmund
-, Lockwood, John
-, Morgan, Edward.

printers :

king sends for, 25.

prisoners :

suggestion to exchange for slaves in Barbary, 241.

privateering :

parliament issues permits for, 220.

proclamations :

to enforce penal laws against Catholics, 30.

Londoners suppress king's, 90.

for obedience to royal and not parliamentary lieutenants, 96.

of war, by the king, 134
-, against parliament, offer to revoke, 152.

declaring those who assist the king traitors, 141.

parliament demands withdrawal of those against, 146.

offering pardon, after Edgehill, 192.

forbidding payment of taxes or customs duties, 223.

forbidding purchase of cochineal, 232.

against oath of association, 255.

enjoining observance of Elizabethan settlement, 258.

naval officers to have king's licence, 260.

in relief of those owing money to parliament taxpayers, 260.

declaring that parliament is not free, 294, 300.

Protestant powers :

Commons want king to have understanding with, 234, 236.

Protestants :

excluded from government of Ireland, 238.

- See also Church of England.

Providence, royal ship :

escorts queen to Holland, 31n
-, takes stores for king, run ashore, 103n.

Puritans :

king strikes at leaders of, 42
-, explanation of Littleton's defection, 69.

petition of Yorkshire, to king, 54
-, efforts to get Kentish to present counter petition, 55.

leaders of London trained bands belong to, 60
-, predominant in London Corporation, 79, 118.

Scottish support for, 65.

lords left in London all leaders of, 71
-, pleased at Essex's appointment, 106.

try to present petition to king at York, 78
-, king tours North to mitigate hostility, 105.

delight at imprisonment of Gurney, 107
-, foiled at Leicester, 119
-, in possession of Banbury, 130.

discount Scottish declaration of loyalty, 131
-, favour union of English and Scottish churches, 148.

common people mainly, 135
-, obstinate adherents of parliament, 151, 152.

in Hull, keep royalists busy, 168
-, valuables stored in Coventry, 186.

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

control London corporation, 202.

taxation justified by, 216.

prevail over Anglicans about peace petition, 218
-, peace negotiations disadvantageous to, 242.

bill removing bishops to encourage, 228.

strict observance of Sunday, 256.

new liturgy designed to control, 258
-, synod expected to set up tenets of, 289.

Pym, John :

speech in criticism of king's reply to city, 234
-, speech in Common Hall about conspiracy, 288.

asks city for loan, 289.

speech on king's proclamation against parliament, 294.



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