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Allen B. Hinds (editor)

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1925

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'Index: Y', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 387-388. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89581 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Yarmouth, Great, Darmoud, co. Norfolk :

ship for king taken at, 178.

York, co. York, 30, 41, 99, 104, 133, 270.

letters dated at, 93, 110, 114, 122.

news from, 46.

king may go to, 17
-, king proceeds to, 25
-, king's reception at, 29.

parliament deputation to, 33, 37.

several lords and twenty of Commons join king at, 34
-, officials removed for not attending at, 102.

popularity of king at, 37
-, king returns to, from Hull, 50.

garter celebrations at, 39
-, priests put to death at, 52.

parliament instructions sent to, 53
-, deputies sent to, 54, 91
-, parliament sends to arrest Lindsey and Saville at, 78.

Londoun arrives at, 54
-, report from king at, 80.

king tries to remove courts to, 65
-, many nobles set out for, 69, 71, 276n
-, others follow to, 84, 91, 113.

military officers for Ireland join king at, 70
-, Rupert and Maurice expected at, 85, 103.

parliament collects army against, 79
-, parliament forbids sending munitions to, 96, 97.

suggestion to hold parliament at, 88.

La Ferté going to, 97, 131
-, king returning to, 105
-, king back at, 124.

book of rates sent to, 97
-, Murray reaches London from, 125.

king's forces at, 101, 131, 135
-, king sets out from, 139.

Palatine leaves, 137
-, Rupert injured in riding to, 142.

queen talks of going to, 151
-, munitions from Holland for, 157
-, Dutch allow soldiers to proceed to, 158.

apprehension from Hull, 168.

Fairfax blockades, 211
-, Newcastle drives off parliamentarians from, 217.

royalists confirm hold on, 219
-, Cumberland regulates government of, 223.

plot to betray, 236
-, fears of a fresh siege, 247.

queen staying near, 252, 259, 260
-, Fairfax sends to queen at, 257.

fear that king may take army to, 273
-, succour from reaches king, 276, 279.

queen leaving, 283, 290, 292.

-, mayor of. See Cowper, Edmund.

York, duke of. See James.

Yorkshire :

favours king's cause, 25, 84.

parliament writes to friendly gentry of, 31.

petition to king and parliament, 43
-, petition against removing munitions from Hull, 49.

king's address to gentry of, 53
-, king counts on help to take Hull, 61
-, king renews appeal to, 64.

king may retire to Wales, if fails him, 54, 61
-, king makes tour of, 105.

parliament tries to prevent meeting of, 66
-, loyal protests, king's address to, 69.

king summons meeting of, 72
-, king's address to, 77
-, reception of, 78
-, fresh summons to, 101.

peace compact in, denounced by parliament, 177
-, parliament forces worsted in, 189.

warlike operations continued in, 199, 211
-, defeat of royalists in, 240.

declaration of Newcastle to, 223
-, Cumberland left in charge of, 225.

quarrel between parliamentary leaders in, 235.

influence of Lord Saville in, 236
-, Fairfax pursued to borders of, 268.

pressure to prevent queen and Newcastle leaving, 276.

parliament wants Scots to help recover, 277
-, Newcastle left in charge of, 283, 293.

Newcastle secures mastery in, 298, 305.

-, sheriff of. See Gore, Sir Thomas.



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