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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 325-330. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89632 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Aberdeen, Aberdis, co. Aberdeen :

Huntly takes, 91
-, Huntly driven from, 105.

Abingdon, Abinton, co. Berks, 147 :

king at, 106
-, king burns, 112
-, Waller fortifying, 126
-, Rupert raids, 250.

Aboyne, viscount. See Gordon, James.

Accounts :

proposed commission to review, 9, 42
-, grave leakage found, 86.

act of oblivion :

army petitions for, 312.

Adams, Sir Thomas, lord mayor of London :

parliament suspects, 256
-, indignation at affront to, 257
-, king supposed in London by favour of, 259.

Admiralty office, 317.

agents. See under ambassadors.

Agostini, Gerolamo, Venetian Secretary in England :

despatches to the Senate, 1, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11-13, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 29, 31, 34, 36, 38, 40, 41, 43, 44, 46, 48, 51, 53, 57, 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 73, 74, 76, 78, 80, 82, 83, 85, 87, 89, 90, 94, 96, 98, 100, 102, 104, 106, 107, 110, 112, 113, 115-117, 119, 120, 123, 125, 127-9, 131, 133, 135, 137, 139, 141, 144, 145, 147, 149, 151, 153, 154, 156, 159, 161, 163, 166, 168, 170, 172, 173.

letters to Nicholas, 23, 50, 72.

letters of Nicholas to, 23, 51, 120.

communication with Contarini, 109, 167, 175.

sends packet by Giustinian, 8, 10
-, sent to Hague for levy, 18.

not to treat for fixed price for currants, 20
-, efforts for currant trade, 82, 87.

escapes molestation, 58, 68, 69, 73
-, delays visiting Dutch ambassadors, 70
-, visits them, 81
-, avoids interfering for Fortescue, 107
-, contradicts report of Venetian offer to king, 114
-, declines Sabran's invitation to banquet, 128
-, relations with Palatine, 136
-, sees Palatine and thanked, 139
-, asks for relief, 162
-, vote for, 175
-, death, disposal of papers, 176
-, papers burned by Padavino, 188
-, proposed successor for, 258.

Aioxam. See Axholme.

Alarcurgh. See Lorraine, Henry de, count of Harcourt.

Aleppo, Syria, 59, 83 :

English consul at. See Barnard, Edward.

Ales (?), parliamentary general, 113.

Alexandria, Egypt :

English ships trading to, 212.

Alexius, czar of Muscovy, 229n.

Alford, co. Aberdeen, Scotland :

Montrose's victory at, 204.

Algiers, N. Africa, pirates of, 209. See also Barbary.

Alnwick, co. Northumberland :

Scots' manifesto read to Northumberland gentry at, 71n.

Alsberi. See Aylesbury.

Alton, co. Hants :

Crawford surprised at, 57.

Amalia, princess of Orange :

urges Brandenburg not to give up Pomerania, 297.

ambassadors, agents, envoys, foreign ministers, papal nuncios, residents, secretaries :

method of doing business with parliament, 48
-, members not to treat with, 74.

presents to, 67, 72
-, Sabran invites to celebrate taking of Gravelines, 127
-, manner of reception in parliament, 131, 204
-, not exempt from exorbitant taxes, 162
-, parliament sets guard at houses, 231.

Danish, to England. See Henderson, Sir John.

Dutch, to England. See Boreel, William
-, Joachimi, Albert, Reede, John de, sieur de Renswoudo.

-, Prince of Orange, to the king. See Dohna.

Dutch, to France. See Lier, William van, sieur d'Oosterwijk.

Dutch at the Porte. See Cops, Henry (resident).

English, to the Baltic States. See Jenks, Richard.

English, to Denmark. See Barker
-, Haake
-, Jenks
-, Lowther.

English, in Flanders. See Killigrew, Sir Peter
-, Vic, Sir Henry de
-, Walker, Dr. Walter.

English, in France. See Augier, Rene
-, Goring, George lord
-, St. Ravi, Sir William.

English, at Frankfort. See Curtius, William.

English, at Hamburg. See Avery, Joseph.

English, in the Netherlands. See Boswell, Sir William
-, Strickland, Walter.

English, at the Porte. See Bendish, Sir Thomas
-, Crow, Sir Sackville
-, Lancelot, John.

English, at Rome. See Digby, Sir Kenelm.

English, to Sweden. See Jenks, Richard.

English, at Venice. See Talbot, Gilbert.

French, in England. See Bellievre, Pomponne de
-, Boisivon
-, Bure
-, Cheylieu
-, Estampes, Jacques de, marquis of la Ferté Imbault
-, Gressy
-, Lorraine Henry de count d'Harcourt
-, Moulin, du
-, Sabran, Melchior sieur de.

French, in Ireland. See Moulin, du.

French, in the Netherlands. See Brasset
-, Cognet, Gaspar, sieur de la Thuillerie.

French, at the Porte. See Delahaye.

French, to Scotland. See Boisivon, Pierre de
-, Montreuil, Jean de.

Imperial, at the Porte. See Greifenklau, Alexander, von Wollrath.

Imperial, in England. See Lisola, Francis Paul Freiherr von.

Irish, in France. See Baron, Geoffrey.

Lorraine, in England. See Fortescue, Anthony.

Muscovite, to England. See Dokhturov, Gherazin.

Papal nuncio, in France. See Bagni, Niccolo.

Papal nuncio, in Ireland. See Rinuccini, Giovanni Battista.

Portuguese, in England. See Sousa, Antonio de.

Portuguese, in France. See Vidiguiera, count of.

Spanish, in England. See Cardenas, Alonso de.

Spanish, at Rome. See Sirvela, count of.

Spanish, at Venice. See Claros de Guzman, marquis de Fuentes.

Swedish, to England. See Mouat, Hugh.

Swedish, to Munster. See Oxenstierna, John, baron of.

Tuscan, in England. See Salvetti, Amerigo.

Venetian, in England. See Agostini, Gerolamo
-, Giustinian, Giovanni.

Venetian, at Florence. See Sarotti, Giovanni Ambrogio
-, Zon, Zuanne.

Venetian, in France. See Giustinian, Girolamo
-, Nani, Giovanni Battista.

Venetian, to Munster. See Contarini, Alvise.

Venetian, at the Porte. See Soranzo, Giovanni.

Venetian, at Rome. See Contarini, Alvise.

Venetian, in Spain. See Giustinian Girolamo
-, Sagredo, Nicolo.

Amsterdam [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], 287 :

insurance against Dunkirkers at, 38
-, crown jewels pledged at, 80.

merchants, parliament tries to raise loan from, 25.

letters dated at, 215, 218.

Anatolia, currants of, 23.

Angers [Maine et Loire, France] :

queen of England at, 127.

Anglesea, island of :

surrenders to parliament, 272.

Angoulême, bishop of. See Perron, Jacques du.

Anna Buonaventura, English merchantman :

brings grain from Apulia, 199
-, leaving Leghorn for Zante, 206
-, to take men and stores to Crete, 252.

Anne of Austria, queen mother of France, queen regent :

means to assist Charles, 4
-, obtains release of Kenelm Digby, 7.

sent Gressy to England, sends Boisireon, 10
-, St. Ravi sent to, 17.

speaks against Scottish commissioners, 14
-, protests against Scottish invasion, 28, 32.

promise to Gressy, 19
-, present to English queen, 40.

letters of to king and queen, 30
-, efforts for release of Montagu, 33, 45, 74.

Harcourt's desire to please, 54
-, Gressy's assurances to, 48
-, recalls Harcourt, makes Gressy agent, 65, 67, 69.

parliament thinks of remonstrating with, 65
-, promise of help to Irish, 89.

invites queen of England to France, 99, 119
-, Mazarin tries to prevent, 101.

regard for Sabran (?), 122
-, goes to Fontainebleau to avoid crowd, 134.

meeting with Queen Henrietta, 134, 143
-, reception of, at Fontainebleau, 150, 151.

Augier has letters of credence to, 156
-, will not receive him, 163.

Queen Henrietta urges to prevent Swedish alliance with parliament, 168.

agreed to Palatine Gonzaga match, 185
-, but viewed it coldly, ordered prince to leave country, 187, 188.

sends sister news of Naseby, 196
-, sister begs for levies, 232
-, grant to sister, 240.

will not accept golden rose, 197
-, permits prince of Wales to come to France, 251
-, offended by king's reservation about faith, 256.

Queen Henrietta deplores state to, 267, 301
-, prince of Wales to visit with mother, 270.

meets prince of Wales and mother at Fontainebleau, 275
-, forbids prince to serve in Flanders, 314
-, will not accept parliament's apology, 280
-, parliament presents captured Swedish ships to, 320.

secretary of. See Lionne.

Anne Marie Louise, daughter of Gaston duke of Orleans, Mlle. d' Orleans :

suggested match with prince of Wales, 40, 41, 151, 232, 304
-, meets Queen Henrietta, 150.

Antrim, earl of. See Macdonnell, Randall.

Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium] :

Cantelmo defeated near, 18.

master of the posts at, 46.

appointments :

new great seal used for revising, 61
-, anxiety of Scots about, 110, 128.

Apulia, grain from, 199.

Archduke of Austria. See Leopold, William.

Arcurt. See Lorraine, Henry de, count of Harcourt.

Ardervesse, Montrose defeated at, 242.

Argostoli, Cephalonia, despatch from, 167.

Argyle, Arghil, earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.

Ark Christian,
-, Danish ship, brought into Thames, 7
-, detained, cargo seized, 10
-, reprisals for, 21.

Armeno. See Harman.

army, the parliamentary :

recruiting for, slack in London, 2, 5
-, recruiting for, 6
-, arbitrary measures, 13.

Essex demands arrears of pay, 5
-, river boatmen enlisted for, 19.

supports city at expense of parliament, 11
-, march to relieve Gloucester, 14, 18, 20
-, king's hope of destroying, 23.

reinforcements promised for, 27
-, financial drain of, 29
-, difficulty of paying, 34.

retires to Windsor, 29
-, wastes away, efforts to create new, 32
-, to besiege Reading, 34, 36
-, enfeebled and dwindling, 48.

proposal to form two, 47
-, efforts to bring up to strength, 53.

Essex insists on fund for maintenance of, 51
-, asks for reinforcements, 57.

commissioners to report to parliament on, 70
-, provision for held up, 75.

trained bands will be core of, 73
-, jealousy between sections, 78.

pay of, 75, 76, 96
-, enquiry into state of, 76
-, committee busy strengthening, 78, 80, 84, 94.

Herts complains of extortion by, 78.

Essex gives committee list of officers, 84
-, Essex asked to state requirements of, 88.

men pressed for, 94, 96
-, men hide to avoid service in, 113
-, disgusted with Waller, 126, 153.

unsatisfactory state, 102
-, melts away with incredible ease, 123.

surrounds Oxford, 107
-, halt in North, 128
-, Essex sends Stapleton to dissipate false impressions about, 128
-, indignation at being led by Waller's wife, 135
-, difficulty of paying, 147.

surrender at Lostwithiel, 137, 139
-, dispirited, 140.

quarrels among leaders, 138, 140, 142, 144, 146, 151, 154
-, desertions from to king, 149.

king tampers with officers, 144
-, soldiers refuse to fight, 159.

extraordinary measures to recruit, 146
-, concentrated at Basingstoke, 149.

peace proposals sent to, 148
-, going to ruin, 159
-, mutiny in Yorkshire, 212.

division in over religion, 155
-, joins in quarrel of Manchester and Cromwell, 157.

few and undisciplined, waste country, 166
-, measures for reform of, 170, 174.

need of large sums for, enlisting by force, 190, 198
-, fresh levies for, 205, 209.

at Naseby, slight loss, 196.

troops reviewed at London, 263
-, Presbyterians think of reforming, 280.

divided up among counties, 281
-, question of reduction, 307-9, 316
-, force for Ireland, 309
-, question of disposal of, 316.

seditious demand from suppressed, 310
-, petition from disbanded officers, 311
-, letter from about, 313.

vote to remove further from London, 312
-, petitions for act of oblivion, 312.

dissatisfaction at attempt to stop petition, 314
-, parliament sends to enquire about grievances, 315
-, presents list of grievances, 317.

officers sent for to London, 316
-, sent away clear, 317.

parliament's offer to, 319
-, disbanding of, 320
-, takes king and marches on London, 321, 322.

army, the royal :

remains to take Exeter, against orders, 21
-, strength of, 23
-, Essex hopes to hem in at Oxford, 24.

very short of infantry, 58, 72
-, vote of Oxford parliament for, 74, 75
-, to be maintained in peace also, 75.

recruits flock to, strength, 91
-, king reviews at Reading, strength, 102.

not 5 miles from enemy, 103
-, king leads into Worcester, 110
-, dispirited, 128.

king unwilling to risk, 131
-, growing numbers but inexperienced and unarmed, 135.

half without arms, supplied at Lostwithiel, 138
-, moves against Plymouth, 139.

Manchester unable to face, 147
-, strength, proposed march against Eastern Association, 153.

Sabran's visit to, 150, 152
-, frosts enable to move, 172
-, activity in West, 174.

defeat at Naseby, 196
-, king will have difficulty in restoring, 197
-, Scots advance to destroy remnants, 205.

army, the Scottish :

all bound to serve in, 19
-, terms for assistance, 25
-, only waiting for money, 30.

Newcastle's success would be serious obstacle to, 28, 30, 35
-, Newcastle free to face, 37.

lords threaten government if sent to England, 32
-, not ready, 47, 48, 52.

entry announced daily, 52
-, date fixed, 54
-, expected start, 65, 66, 69.

measures for resistance to, 61, 65, 69, 77
-, advance guard halted, 73.

king denounces in proclamation, 62
-, defeat near Morpeth, 79.

parliament without news of 73
-, to besiege Newark, 81
-, crosses Tyne, 83, 85.

advance on Newcastle, 75, 77, 79, 83
-, in difficulties, 87, 91, 95
-, dwindling, 98.

parliament sends commissioners to, 83
-, reported engagements with royal army, 90, 91, 94
-, invests York, 100, 103, 104, 106, 110, 112.

Fairfax to go to assistance, 95
-, junction with Fairfax, 96
-, Manchester to go to help of, 100.

Vane goes to confer with leaders, 110
-, not inclined to depose king, 112, 116.

at Marston Moor, 117, 118
-, besieges Newcastle, 125, 128, 132, 133, 136, 138, 140, 142, 145
-, takes it, 150, 152.

parliament would like nearer, 126
-, Scots ask support for, 206.

part sent against border counties, 138, 140
-, takes Tynemouth, 153.

part returns to deal with royalists at home, 140, 142
-, king asks Essex's army to join against, 144
-, Montrose's success may stop advance, 204.

parliament sanctions advance, 157
-, Leslie said to be bringing South, 164
-, enters England on other side, 197
-, advance in West, 201
-, takes Carlisle, 202
-, crosses Severn, 205
-, near Hereford and Monmouth, 208
-, besieges Hereford, 209-212, 234
-, raises siege, 213, 215
-, cold may stop campaigning, 223.

parliament wishes to besiege Newark, 218, 221, 222
-, advances against Newark, 225, 227, 228
-, flourishing state, 227
-, besieges Newark, 229, 231, 233, 234, 238, 240, 242, 244, 251, 257.

parliament sends money to, 238
-, reinforcements sent to, 240, 248
-, strength at Newark, 244
-, fear of king handing Newark to, 261.

Scottish garrisons required to secure retreat, 248, 249
-, king goes to, at Newark, 260, 293, 307
-, takes king to Newcastle, 261
-, moves to Newcastle, 262
-, guards king, 300.

parliament contemplates sending army against, 263
-, desire to get rid of, 283.

people of North complain of exactions, 291, 294
-, disturbance over disbanding, 308.

question of evacuation, 292
-, leaves Newcastle, 303, 304
-, evacuation proceeds, 305, 307.

Scots want English to pay until all royalists disarmed, 297.

Arundel, co. Sussex :

Hopton takes and fortifies, 53
-, Waller besieges, 57, 60, 62
-, and takes, 64.

-, Haven, Dunkirker taken in, 64.

Ashburnham, John :

king makes peer, 146
-, king asks pass for, 231
-, accompanied king's flight, 259
-, goes from Newark to hide, 262
-, reaches Paris with Montreuil, 264.

Ashburnham, Col. William, governor of Weymouth, suspected of betraying town to Essex, 112.

-, -, governor of Portland :

letter of Nicholas to, intercepted, 115.

Ashby de la Zouche, co. Leicester :

Fairfax invests, 197
-, Leicester garrison raids, 246
-, surrendered, 249.

Ashby, Ashley. See Astley.

Assembly of Divines, synod :

covenant referred to, 19
-, Scots send commissioners to, 21
-, swears to covenant, 28
-, king writes to members promising liberty of conscience, 71, 72
-, disputes in with Independents, 78
-, divisions in over religion, 155.

letter to Protestant churches, 89
-, Palatine visits members of, 135
-, Palatine attends, 150, 152
-, to consider Scots' demand for uniformity, 154
-, Cromwell talks of overthrowing, 162
-, parliament orders for public worship with assent of, 173
-, submits confession of faith to parliament, 288.

Associated counties. See Eastern Association.

Astley, Ashley, Ashby, Sir Jacob, governor of Worcester :

collecting men to join king, 251
-, defeat at Stow, 252.

Atkins, Col. Sidney :

offer to serve Venice, 232
-, agreement with 235, 236
-, possible difficulties, 238
-, imprisoned, may fail, 241
-, charge against, 244
-, nothing to be done with, 245.

Atkins, Sir Thomas, lord mayor of London :

ordered to account for libel, 171n
-, disapproves paper of Common Council, 172.

Aubigny, Abbot d'.

marries Palatine Edward to Anne Gonzaga, 185.

Auchindown, Anthenden, co. Banff, 313.

Audley, Capt., imprisoned for speech against king, 208n.

Augier, Oge, Oger, Réné :

sent secretly to French court, to observe, 136, 154
-, starts, objects, 156
-, arrives in Paris, treats with ministers, 163
-, not received at Court, 163, 165
-, hands offer of service to Nani, 216
-, reports king a prisoner, 258
-, Brienne will not take letter from, 280.

Austrians. See imperialists.

Avery, Joseph, English minister at Hamburg, reports arrival of parliament deputies, 22n.

Axholme, Aioxam, island of, co. Lincoln, Meldrum takes, 73.

Aylesbury, Alsberi, Elsberi, co. Bucks :

king sends to surprise, 68
-, rendezvous for Waller's army, 91, 94
-, troops sent from to surprise king, 99.

Ayr, co. Ayr, Scotland, surrenders to Montrose, 211n.



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