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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 333-346. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89634 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Calais, Cales, [Pas de Calais, France] :

Harcourt at, 78
-, French landing force reported at, 169
-, levies landed at, 245
-, English troops at, 274.

Sabran to confer with Bellievre at, 267
-, Rupert lands at, 271.

Callender, earl of. See Livingstone, James.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge :

Newcastle marching to, 49, 52
-, king doubles back to, 212.

Camellet, Samuel, captain of the John Buonaventura, 177.

Campbell, Archibald, earl of, marquis of Argyle, Arghil :

goes to put down internal dissensions, 96
-, force under offered to English, 114
-, goes to engage Antrim, 132, 138
-, goes against Montrose, 170
-, supplied troops against Gordons, 313.

urges king to accept peace terms, 288.

Campbell, John, earl of Loudoun, Lodun, chancellor of Scotland, Scottish commissioner in France :

returns to report feelings and intentions of French court, 28
-, detained at Oxford, 47
-, at Yarmouth, coming to London, 71n
-, reaches London, disappointed at attitude, 130, 138
-, speaks in favour of king's peace proposals, 170
-, takes peace proposals to king, 229
-, lays proposals for religion before parliament, 249.

Candia. See Crete.

Canea, Crete, 225 :

English ship takes troops and stores to, 247
-, Turks cannot prevent single ships entering, 287.

Cantelmo, Andrea, Orange, defeats troops, 18.

Canterbury, archbishop of. See Laud, William.

Capello, Capella, Giovanni Battista, interpreter of Venetian embassy in London :

asks instructions, 176
-, remained in charge of legation papers, 188
-, supplied news of England, 193.

-, Zuane, Capitano General da Mar :

note of ships engaged for fleet, 286.

Capuchins :

expulsion not countenanced, 4
-, Harcourt to treat for restoration, 17.

Carbery, Carberi, earl of. See Vaughan, Richard.

Cardenas, Don Alonso de, Spanish ambassador in England :

outrage on, 12
-, anxious about Dutch embassy, 33
-, molestation of, 58.

anxious about Orleans match for prince of Wales, 40
-, sends priests away, 58
-, representations about Piccolomini's ship, 95, 98
-, Fortescue applies to for help, 107.

first to recognise parliament, 111, 125
-, alleged understanding with Essex, Manchester and Warwick, 196.

tries to rouse parliament about Gravelines, 116, 119
-, assistance refused to, 122
-, English admit importance of Gravelines to, 127.

parliament's high handed treatment of, 139
-, humbly defends action, 141
-, informs king of death of Queen Isabella, 165.

Chevreuse asks protection, 194
-, obtains passport for her, 196
-, promise to for Lisola, 209.

growing favour with parliament, 202
-, allowed to enlist prisoners of war, 211.

tries to enlist disbanded garrisons, 268
-, representations about Flanders, 285.

Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, besieged, 249.

Cardinals, warn pope of impending loss of Ireland, 312.

Carew, Sir Alexander, governor of St. Nicholas island, Plymouth :

executed, 169.

Carey, John, baron Hunsdon, presence in parliament, 11n.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland :

Irish troops land at, 85
-, royalist Scots repulsed at, 105, 108
-, Leslie abandons siege of, 171
-, Scots take, 202
-, English want to get Scots out of, 213, 263
-, evacuation of, 301.

Carlow, Caterlogh, Caterlegh, Ciletog, Ireland :

siege of, 317-9.

Carmen, Matthew, captain of the Phœnix, 177.

Carnarvon, earl of. See Dormer, Robert.

Carne, Capt., asks for martial law in the Isle of Wight, 70n.

-, Colonel, High Sheriff of Glamorgan, goes over to king, 249.

Caro, Thomas, captain of the Leopard, 177.

Carpenter, William, king's messenger, arrested, 49.

Cary, Lucius, viscount Falkland, secretary of state :

slain at Newbury, 27
-, death leads to general change of appointments, 33.

Castel Rodrigo, marquis of. See Guzman, Alonso de.

Castro [Prov. Grosseto, Italy], peace ending war of, 96.

Catalonia, Spain, royal successes in, 15.

Caterlegh, Caterlogh. See Carlow.

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

Catholics :

Dutch renew laws against, 25, 28
-, Charles condemned for employing, 39
-, concessions to in Ireland, 107, 108
-, French, in London, imprisoned, 118
-, Sabran to remonstrate about, 129.

Irish prevented from helping king, 128
-, danger of Protestant alliance against, 168
-, success of parliament means ruin to, 175
-, peace proposals aim at destruction in Ireland, 207
-, fear destruction if king loses, 224
-, du Moulin sent to help, 238.

Catholics
-, Roman, English
-, Papists, recusants :

Walloons appeal to parliament against, 17
-, parliament excludes from amnesty, 71
-, fresh measures against, 124.

desire to remove from Court, 74
-, effects granted to Brereton, 107n
-, goods of in charge of Cardenas, 139
-, king's difficulty over in peace terms, 172
-, king damaged by leaning to, 201
-, help for king if joins, 222
-, concessions promised to in king's name, 240
-, parliament demands enforcement of laws against, 276
-, inventory of goods taken, 291
-, property offered for sale, 293
-, Scots want security in goods of, 296
-, parliament will not grant, to London, 315.

Cavazza, —, hiring ships to transport troops, 203.

Cavendish, William, earl of Newcastle :

pressing Manchester, 2
-, defeats sally from Hull, 17.

Fairfax to prevent joining king, 14
-, moves to secure neutrality of Lancashire, 19
-, moving to besiege Hull, 21
-, besieges it, 28, 30, 32, 34
-, raises siege, 37, 38.

created marquis, 28
-, success will be obstacle to Scots, 28, 30, 35
-, free to face Scots, 37.

strength of army, 35
-, moving on Lincoln, 38
-, recovers it, munitions York, 42
-, leaves North in charge of King, 49.

in Notts, 52
-, measures against Scots, 61, 65, 69, 77, 79
-, to join with Irish against Scots, 62.

promises help to border counties, 71, 73
-, writes hopefully to king, 77, 79.

officer of joins Scots, 75
-, hopes to profit by division of Scots' forces, 85
-, false rumours of engagements, 90, 91, 94.

policy to harry Scots, 94
-, Rupert marching to help, 96, 98
-, sends away part of cavalry, 100
-, besieged at York, 104, 106, 108.

discovers conspiracy, 108
-, ruses of, 112
-, differs from Rupert about fighting, 118, 123
-, disgusted and leaves country, 121
-, lands at Hamburg, 123.

Cecil, William, earl of Salisbury, presence in parliament, 11n.

Cephalonia, island of, 236 :

proposed trading with Bristol, 23, 43, 50.

currant trade, 1, 93.

stagnation, 19
-, surreptitious sales, 24, 45, 70.

parliament permits importation from, 82
-, difficulty of keeping up price, 93.

Bromhall at, 119
-, his purchases of currants, 119, 120, 137.

Proveditore of, 24, 87. See also Contarini, Francisco.

despatches dated at, 70, 94.

Ceremonies, Master of the. See Fleming, Sir Oliver.

Cester. See Chester.

Channel. See English Channel.

Charenton, near Paris, prince asked not to appear at worship at, 256.

Charles I., king of Great Britain, king of England :

Argyle enemy of, 96
-, never invested with duchy of Cornwall, 104
-, Laud accused of changing coronation oath, 107, 108
-, pardon to Laud, 172.

Spanish captains have patents from, for privateering, 202
-, Dunkirk frigates in service of, 246, 259, 260
-, received right hand at Spanish Court (as prince), 270.

1643 :

apprehends nothing from Essex, 2
-, intends to reduce London by famine, 3.

blamed for not helping rising in Kent, 2, 16
-, Hotham accused of intelligence with, 3
-, events delay help from, 6.

Gressy offers French help to, 4
-, queen will ask French help for, 5.

sends St. Ravy to France, 4
-, talk of going to France, 10.

assistance from Orange, 5
-, munitions from Denmark, 7, 21.

successes of, 6
-, goes to Bristol and on to Gloucester, 9
-, present at Gloucester siege, 14, 18.

parliament unwilling for accommodation with, 7
-, overtures to parliament, 8.

Laud encourages Rome to hope for conversion, 8
-, gets Melo to seize munitions, 10.

London alarmed at proximity, 9
-, words against punished by parliament, 12.

six lords go over to, 11
-, treatment of, 14, 19, 42
-, acts under great seal annulled, 44, 47.

sends Rupert to Exeter, 12
-, likely to avoid battle, 18.

mistake in besieging Gloucester, 14, 16, 18, 68, 140
-, Lynn sends to for help, 19.

Fairfax to prevent Newcastle joining, 14
-, Newcastle sends horse to reinforce, 35.

concludes truce in Ireland, 15, 63
-, fear of Irish helping, 30
-, begins to benefit from truce, 39, 49.

Venetian good wishes for, 15, 16
-, and compliments, 18
-, appeal for Bren, 23.

pleased at Harcourt coming, 17
-, eagerly awaits, 20, 22.

raises siege of Gloucester, 20, 21
-, blockades Essex in Gloucester, 21.

Bideford and Barnstable submit to, 21
-, congratulations on Bristol, 22.

grant of permission to Bristol to import currants, 22, 23, 31, 33, 43, 50, 51.

tries to avoid battle but obliged to fight at Newbury, 24
-, active share in fight, 27
-, forbids quarter to Londoners, 27.

reported French help for, 26
-, suspected supplies from France, 27
-, French resent Scots attacking, 28.

claims victory at Newbury, but serious losses, 27
-, means to squeeze London, 29, 49, 51, 53.

Essex suggests peace with, 29
-, Harcourt's negotiations with, 35, 40, 47
-, receives arms from France, 37.

parliament deprives of hereditary revenues, 30
-, trees felled in parks and forests for fuel, 30.

West on side of, 30
-, fortifies Reading, 32, 34
-, consequence of Dartmouth to, 34
-, too strong to attack at Reading, 36, 38.

measures to meet Scottish invasion, 32, 47
-, annuls concessions to Scots, 35.

strength of Spanish party, about, 33, 48, 61, 66
-, wants English and Scots from Holland, 39.

Dutch observe neutrality with, 36, 51
-, Orange sends Dohna to, 36, 51
-, cannot check Dutch, 38.

Hopton hopes to revive party in S. E., 37
-, tries to get footing in Kent, 38.

ready to make peace, 37, 41
-, reception of Harcourt, 40
-, Harcourt treats with, 49, 52, 54.

financial position of, 39
-, French send powder to, 44
-, Denmark sends money for, 45.

master in S. W., 44
-, desertions to, 46
-, not pleased with Hopton, 51.

forbids Scots to intervene, their reply, 47
-, efforts to resist Scots, 54.

messenger of executed, 49
-, declaration about great seal, 52, 61.

Dutch preachers speak ill of, 51
-, enemies' rivalries favour, 53.

strength of armies, 52
-, habitual ill luck after good fortune, 57, 89.

tries to divert trade from London, 53
-, tries to divide Londoners from parliament, 54.

parliament claims equality with in negotiation, 55, 60, 61
-, has Hamilton arrested, 58, 61.

offers English levies to Venice, 55
-, Agostini cautious towards, 59
-, desires release of Bren, 60.

Irish demands of for truce, 58
-, serious effect of Scots' intervention on, 62.

1644 :

four lords desert, 61
-, calls parliament to Oxford, 62, 65
-, speech at opening, 68, 69.

Dutch mediation with, 61
-, anxious for defeat of Waller, 62
-, Dutch ambassadors accredited to, 66, 67, 69, 70.

Harcourt's negotiations with, 63, 76
-, Harcourt takes leave of, 67, 69, 72.

and Bristol trade, 63
-, Levant Co. made independent of, 84.

munitions from Dunkirk for, 64
-, Oxford parliament votes assistance for, 74, 75.

stimulates peace move in city, 64, 67
-, attempt to make trouble with Scots, 72, 79.

perplexed about Scots, 65
-, measures to meet Scots, 66, 69.

Irish in position to help, 66
-, English soldiers land from Ireland to serve, 75.

makes Rupert duke, 66
-, Hopton out of favour with, 74.

Hamilton cannot see, 67
-, Scots come to deliver from evil councillors, 71.

sends to surprise Aylesbury, 68
-, forbids intercourse with London, 74.

parliament's rigour against followers, 71
-, petition of committee of both kingdoms to, 74.

caution of Dutch ambassadors with, 72
-, their negotiations with, 80, 81
-, reported to favour, 84.

kindly feeling to Italian league and Venice, 72
-, needs all his subjects, 74.

efforts to secure control of West, 75, 78
-, Newcastle reports hopefully to, 77.

Scots' policy towards, 76
-, peace advances of, 77, 79, 81, 85
-, parliament's reception of, 81.

visits Reading, 77
-, taking field with army, 81
-, strong in West, 86.

not intimidated by Scots' invasion, 80
-, offer to Scots, 83
-, expected rising for in Scotland, 85, 90.

wants children exchanged, 81, 84
-, no longer assists sister, 86
-, Grenvile betrays plans against, 87
-, allows use of foreign money, 88.

receives munitions from France and Flanders, 86, 95, 97
-, Irish ask French help for, 89.

successes in field, 87
-, eager for battle, 88, 89
-, wants supreme effort to defeat Waller, 91.

parliament represents as against peace, 88, 90
-, peace articles for, 101.

parliament allows privateering against, 90
-, help from Denmark, 97.

plan to starve out London, 91
-, plans treacherously betrayed, 99.

Dutch ambassadors taking leave of, 91, 99, 103
-, they go to confer with, 109
-, results, 111.

offers of Irish to, 91
-, attitude to, 95, 101
-, concedes Irish demands, 107, 108.

Agostini informs of Italian peace, 92, 98-100
-, Piccolomini exchanges letters with, 99.

arranges for defence of Oxford, 94, 97, 98
-, decides to fortify Lincoln, 94.

adjourns Oxford parliament, 98, 99
-, English merchants in Levant opposed to, 109.

profits by opponents' differences, 101, 115, 150, 152, 162
-, Essex suspected of intriguing with, 104.

goes to Marlboro, 101
-, reviews army at Reading, 102
-, fears of advance, 103.

means to issue own peace proposals, 102
-, plan to depose, 110, 112, 116.

Venetian compliments to, 103, 156
-, reported offers of Venice to, 114.

retires to Oxford, 104
-, at Abingdon with army, retires to Woodstock, 106.

munitions for captured, 105
-, parliament stops Dutch ships for, 117.

time may be on side of, 106
-, Essex to try and capture, 108, 110
-, Essex blamed for letting out of Oxford, 109.

waiting for reinforcements, avoiding battle, 107
-, enters Worcestershire, 110.

Irish army for, 108
-, losing power and authority, 127
-, rising in Ireland against truce of, 128, 142.

queen begs for safer quarters, 110
-, congratulations on birth of daughter, 117.

Rupert can succour when clear of North, 111
-, Marston Moor disaster to, 117, 120, 123
-, Rupert assures of victory, 117.

returns to Oxford, ready to fight Essex, 112
-, activity in Bucks, 113
-, success at Cropredy Bridge, 115.

movement in Wales for, 114
-, queen has scant hope of getting help for, 124.

Sabran visits, 116
-, accepts Dutch mediation, 122.

supports Bromhall against Levant Co., 119, 137
-, letter to doge, 120, 125.

moves towards Bristol, 121
-, hems in Essex, 123
-, at Exeter, depressed and ill, 128.

proves intense desire for peace, 124
-, parliament ignores advances, 126.

suspicion of army's dealings with, 125
-, tries to win over Essex, 129, 131, 132, 144
-, Essex lays snares for, 133.

has merchants hanged in reprisal, 126
-, plans for dealing with, 130.

Scots wish to keep, but without authority, 128, 129, 136.

must succumb if Essex escapes, 129
-, hems Essex in, 131, 133
-, fails in strokes against him, 135.

jealous of Palatine's visit, 130, 131
-, Palatine denies designs against, 148
-, letter to Palatine, 152.

peace terms for, 131, 146, 148
-, Scots modify, 136
-, will not accept restrictions imposed, 138.

Sabran's visit to, 132, 136, 139, 146, 150.

loss through Rupert, 133
-, Rupert marches to join, 135
-, revival in North would help, 138.

queen's letters to intercepted, 136, 145.

victory at Lostwithiel, 137, 138, 142
-, summons Plymouth, relieves Basing, 138, 139.

should march into Kent, 140
-, moves slowly, possible plans, 141, 144
-, advance delayed, 145.

renews peace offer, 140
-, letter to parliament, 141
-, not answered, 142.

Sousa going to, 143
-, Cardenas informs of death of Queen Isabella, 165.

sends Butler to parliament, 144
-, summons parliament again, makes 5 peers, 146.

Protestant Irish may have to accept peace of, 145
-, commissioners from Ireland to, 160
-, agreement with, 165, 167.

fears that losing opportunity, 146
-, tries to entangle Waller, 147
-, avoids battle, 149, 151.

keeps party together by honours and expectations, 147
-, party growing weaker, 151.

issues proclamation about imposing peace, 149
-, objects of advances disappointed, 151.

probable help from France, 150
-, allows French trade with ports, 152.

retires from Donnington, further plans, 153
-, recovers lost guns, 154.

queen says ought to hang all parliamentarians, 154
-, removes Brentford, 155.

has to consider even dangerous measures, 154
-, sends garter to Epernon and makes general, 156.

peace proposals sent to, 155, 157, 158, 163, 165
-, reception of, 159-161
-, reply to proposals, 161, 163, 167.

provisions places about Oxford, 155, 156
-, success at Basing, prepared for general action, 156, 157.

Eastern Association fears attack, 157
-, left master of country, 159, 162.

Manchester represents futility of fighting against, 159
-, peace efforts only kindle flame, 163.

Senate's reply to about Richaut, 160
-, asked to recognise parliament as legitimate, 161
-, smoothes way to peace while encouraging dissension, 164.

efforts in West, 164, 165
-, foiled, supposed weaker than is, 166.

quarrel with Rupert adjusted, 165
-, in great need of money, no hope of foreign help, 166.

chief reliance on Irish and Welsh, 166.

1645 :

represented as desiring peace, 168, 170.

peace offers of, 168, 169
-, reply to, 170
-, invited to Uxbridge conference, 172, 173.

efforts to stir people against, 169
-, city's scandalous paper against, 171, 172.

plan to betray Plymouth to, 169
-, Hotham executed for intelligence with, 171.

Mouat offers to stop French help for, 171
-, injured by capture of Irish commissioners, 174.

Dutch ambassadors taking leave of, 171
-, they seek to help, 172.

sends help against Plymouth, 173
-, queen sends arms and money to, 174.

letter to queen intercepted, 173
-, Laud defends, on scaffold, 174.

gentleman from reaches queen, 174
-, queen distressed at news sent by, 177
-, she remits money to, 178.

applies to Venice for loan, 178-185
-, letters to doge, 179, 180, 191
-, Senate's reply to, 182.

appeal to Venice for Richaut, 185, 186
-, Senate's reply to, 187
-, Venetian compliments to, 194, 205.

favourable turn of events for, 190
-, Venetian desire for success, 192.

Rinuccini to exhort Irish to obey, 192
-, Rinuccini's post derogatory to, 194.

difficulty of getting letters to, 193
-, capture of papers will injure, 197
-, papers examined, 198, 200.

would disapprove of Talbot's behaviour, 195.

raises spirit of followers, marching to Oxford, 195
-, defeat at Naseby, 196.

little hope of recovery, 197
-, absence of Goring's forces fatal to, 198.

rallies followers at Bristol, 198
-, Taunton defeat reduces to extremity, 203.

parliament hopes to force to leave country, 198
-, dealings with foreign ministers, 200, 201.

Nevers association gives up idea of helping, 200
-, Scots urge making peace with, 206.

points in papers most damaging to, 201
-, papers published to discredit, 204.

treats with Irish, to secure refuge, 204
-, retires to Wales, 205
-, collecting forces, 206.

peace proposals for, 207, 208, 210, 218, 220, 229, 233.

squib against, 207, 208
-, French king declares for, 212, 213.

thinks of going to York, 209
-, escapes from toils, goes North, 210, 211
-, doubles back, 212.

replaces Goring by Hopton, 209
-, efforts to relieve Bristol, 214
-, loss of Bristol leaves retreat uncertain, 215.

Montrose's victories help with Scots, 211
-, his defeat dissipates hopes, 215.

hopes for help from Ireland, 214, 218
-, attempt to relieve W. Chester defeated, 218.

suspects and dismisses Rupert, 217
-, sends for Rupert 220.

goes to Newark, to rally followers, 218
-, still at Newark, 222, 224.

prince asks leave to communicate with, 218
-, Kenelm Digby returning to, 222
-, will urge to become Catholic, id.

envoy from Denmark to, 219
-, fleet arming in Holland for, 219, 229, 233.

hopes to join Montrose, 220, 221.

Bouillon offers force to, 220
-, Sabran used to communicate with queen, 233.

reported gone to Oxford, 221, 225
-, untrue, 222
-, Irish Catholics fear destruction if loses, 224.

parliament hopes to detach Palatines from 224
-, Palatines join at Oxford, 226
-, and reconciled with, 226, 231, 233.

favour to Digby causes many to leave, 224
-, men constantly deserting cause, 233.

Palatines may persuade to peace, 226
-, overtures to parliament rejected, 231, 233, 234.

may come to London, 227
-, position hopeless, but determined, 228
-, affairs at last gasp, 234.

1646 :

appeals to French for, 233, 240
-, cannot get help from France, 244
-, parliament piqued with France for helping, 253, 254.

asks leave to come to parliament, 238, 242
-, repeats, and offer, 239
-, measures to prevent coming, 240, 253.

naval measures against, 239
-, Dutch stop French naval help for, 247.

at Oxford, increasing straits, 240, 251, 252, 257
-, talk of going to London, 241, 256
-, efforts to get there, 243, 288.

prince tries to join forces with, 242
-, thought of sending prince to Denmark, 245.

suggests terms, parliament's reply to, 243
-, Scottish parliament wants Uxbridge terms for, 249.

may withdraw to Highlands, 244
-, will resist to uttermost, 246.

apology for Irish truce to conciliate Protestants, 246
-, Glamorgan claims acted by authority, 248
-, Irish settlement of, 250, 251, 262.

public feeling against increased, 248
-, Spain piqued with for helping Portugal, 253, 254.

parliament's terms for, 249, 254
-, fresh offers of, 252
-, reply to, 254.

Byron and Ashley try to join, 251
-, fortifies Oxford, 254, 255
-, further plans, 256.

reported submission to parliament terms, 255
-, permits prince to go to France, 256.

Scots' growing tenderness for, 257, 260
-, Scots object to parliament proposals to, 257
-, Scots less friendly to than supposed, 277.

hopes to profit by disputes between Scots and English, but unlikely, 257
-, fear of restrained their disputes, 259.

Venice wants help at Porte, 258
-, flight from Oxford, 259
-, conjectures about, id
-, French suspected of hand in, 260, 263.

goes to Newark, puts self in Montreuil's hands, 260
-, taken to Newcastle, 261, 263
-, closely guarded, 265
-, still at Newcastle, 278, 283.

parliament claims share in disposal of, 260, 262
-, Scots' disclaimer to parliament about, 262
-, majority in Lords against imprisonment, 262.

writes to parliament, explanations and offers, 263
-, will only treat with both kingdoms jointly, 264
-, asks Houses to send terms, 268
-, peace terms for held back, 272
-, sent to, 273, 275.

prince waits to see result of negotiations with parliament, 264.

orders surrender of Oxford, and Montrose to lay down arms, 265, 267, 270
-, orders surrender of all fortresses, 271.

alleged letters to Ireland intercepted, 266, 268
-, assurances about Ireland, 272.

Scots ask opinion on 4 points, 268
-, Scots urge to take covenant, 272
-, and accept terms, 283.

parliament asks to order Ormonde to surrender places, 272, 273.

Bellievre going to, 275
-, will not sign treaty before showing it to Bellievre, id.
-, receives Bellievre, 276.

proposals made to, 275
-, observations on, 277
-, letter on, asks to come to London, 278.

suspicion of Scots' understanding with, 278
-, question of disposal of, 279, 292, 296.

parliament contemplates deposing if refuses terms, 279
-, cannot help Crow, 282.

Independents less hostile to, 280
-, quarrels of enemies give chance to, 281.

French action to help in Ireland, 283
-, creates knights and peers, 284.

parliament considers disposal of, 284-6, 288, 289
-, not mentioned in London petition, 298.

Montreuil to urge peace on, 285
-, sends fresh peace proposals to London, 289
-, not seriously meant, 290.

London inclined to take part of, 289
-, awaiting decision of Scottish parliament, 291
-, Scots urge to accept terms, 295.

alleged letter to Sultan in favour of Crow, 291-293
-, ambassador at Porte requires confirmation by, 293.

suspected of issuing commissions for levies, 296
-, letter to parliament, 300-302.

to go to Holmby, 298
-, cause hopeless, 299.

1647 :

Scottish parliament dissipates last hopes, 299
-, Scots abandon, 300
-, precautions against flight, 300-2.

reply to Scottish deputies, 302
-, Scottish proposals for dealing with, 302, 303
-, Scottish dealings with, 307.

letters to Wales intercepted, 302
-, letter of, taken from gentleman, 306.

makes difficulties about leaving Newcastle, reaches Holmby, 303
-, French views about, 305.

pope considers lost, 303, 305
-, delivered to English, 303
-, starts for Holmby, 304
-, journey of, 305, 306.

asks for bishops and clergymen, 306, 308, 312, 313
-, objection to ministers and attendants provided, 307.

Bellievre offers mediation for, 308
-, peace demands of, 310, 313-6, 318.

disposal of under consideration, 309
-, assignment for expenses, 310.

Dutch ambassadors' visit to, 311, 315
-, Digby asks pope to help, 312.

army wants act of oblivion signed by, 312
-, army denies intention to restore, 318.

receives letters from queen, 314, 318
-, more closely guarded, 315.

letter of remonstrance, 319
-, army takes from Holmby, and marches on London, 321, 322.

Oatlands to be prepared for, 319, 320.

army of. See army, the royal.

children of. See Charles prince of Wales
-, Elizabeth
-, Henrietta Maria
-, Henry duke of Gloucester
-, James duke of York
-, Mary.

fleet of. See fleet, royal.

household. See household, the king's.

Charles, prince of Wales, 299 :

parliament deprives of hereditary revenues, 30
-, suggested marriage with Mile, d'Orleans, 40, 41, 151, 232, 304
-, suspicion of projected marriage with Orange's daughter, 218.

proposed investiture with duchy of Cornwall, 104
-, leaves Oxford with father, 107, 110.

appointed general of royal army, 155
-, to guarantee repayment of loan from Venice, 181.

refused leave to communicate with father, 218
-, Goring hopes to secure retreat, 220.

Tromp suspected of trying to carry off, 218
-, withdraws to Cornwall, 223.

overtures for peace, 231
-, contemplates escape by sea, 233.

reported success against Fairfax, 240
-, Fairfax defeats force, 242
-, success in West, 246.

tries to rally royalists, 242
-, at head of army in West, 243
-, has Grenvile arrested, 245.

king thinks of sending to Denmark, queen wants in France, 245
-, escapes to Barnstaple, 248.

sails away, destination uncertain, 250
-, goes to Scilly Islands, 251
-, escapes from, 256.

parliament's offer to return, 251, 264
-, parliament may deprive of succession, 258.

permit to go to France, 254, 256
-, advised not to go, 258
-, in Channel Islands, 261.

frigates engaged for king sent to, 260
-, Jermyn sent to fetch, 264
-, apartments at Louvre prepared for, 266
-, refuses to leave, 267.

king offers to bring back to England, 268, 319
-, contemplated exclusion of, 279.

arrives at St. Germain, 269
-, question of reception, 270
-, Prince Maurice joins, 272.

suspicion caused by journey to France, 272
-, resentment at his going, 272, 273.

reception at Fontainebleau, 275
-, returns to St. Germain, 276.

Nani visits at Paris, 293
-, question of return to England, 306, 309.

Bellievre's negotiations for, 305, 306
-, left garrison at Jersey, 317.

question of going to Ireland, 309
-, wish to serve in Flanders, 314.

Charles III., duke of Lorraine :

sends to parliament about Agent Fortescue, 139
-, king seeking help from, 201.

Charles Louis, Elector Palatine of the Rhine :

Mazarin inclined to favour, 7
-, Curtius on prospects at Minister, 20
-, writes to commend interests to Munster congress, 43.

submissive letter to parliament, 79
-, visit to England, 130
-, king jealous about, 130, 131.

idea of putting on throne, 130
-, Scots not informed, 131.

Dutch provide ships for, 132
-, arrives at Gravesend, 134
-, lodged in royal palace, 134, 135.

address to, reply, 136, 137
-, hopes dissipated, 138
-, regrets action, 141.

hypocritical behaviour, conduct not approved, 135
-, Agostini to observe, 137.

strong feeling against, 139, 141
-, manifesto to explain motives, 142, 143.

sees Agostini and thanks, 139
-, realises mistake, 150.

mistrust caused by journey to London, 143
-, agent excuses at Paris, 148
-, attends assembly, 150, 152.

letter of Charles to, 152
-, king suspects of plotting with brothers, 217.

reports Turkish raid in Cornwall, 209
-, communication for parliament, 311.

Charles, English merchantman :

at Leghorn, 177.

Chateau Thierry, Sciatothieri [Aisne, France], assigned to Queen Henrietta as residence, 134.

Cheriton, near Alresford, co. Hants, success of Waller at, 89.

Cheshire, Rupert in, 132.

Chester, Cester, co. Cheshire :

Irish troops land at, 81
-, Rupert's horse defeated near, 133
-, king sends to relieve, 164
-, siege of, 221, 223, 234, 238.

Fairfax retires from, 224, 225
-, but blockades, 228, 242
-, king prepares relief for, 231, 234.

relief introduced, 240
-, surrenders, 244, 246
-, Ormonde's hostages at, 310
-, troops at for Ireland, 318
-, and ships, 320.

-, West, Westcester, Fairfax besieges, 218
-, takes it, 219.

Chevreuse, duchess of. See Rohan, Marie de.

Cheylieu, —, French secretary in England, reports creation of five peers, 146n.

Chichester, co. Sussex, Kent men garrison, 64.

Childe, Richard, captain of the Buonaventura, 177.

Chilegre. See Killigrew.

Chin, Chingh. See King.

Cholmley, Sciomle, Sir Hugh, takes Beverley, 21.

Christian IV., king of Denmark :

munitions from, for Charles, 7
-, reprisals against English, 21
-, makes restoration, 45.

France urges to get Palatine restored, 20
-, likely to assist Charles, 97
-, courteous letter to parliament, 111
-, agreement with Swedes, 219.

Christina of Bourbon, duchess dowager of Savoy, Digby to visit, 175.

Christina, queen of Sweden :

marriage negotiations with Brandenburg, 13
-, letter and offers to parliament, 169.

Cil. See Scilly.

Cilegre. See Killigrew.

Ciletog. See Carlow.

Ciletto. See Macdonald, Alaster.

Cirencester, Sisiter, co. Gloucester, Essex, takes, 24.

Civita Vecchia [Prov. Roma, Italy], 205.

Clafold. See Lindsay, Ludovic, earl of Crawford.

Clare, earl of. See Holles, John.

-, -, widow of. See Stanhope, Anne.

Claros de Guzman, marquis de Fuentes, Spanish ambassador at Venice, appeal for Harris, 226.

clergy, French, appeal to, for Charles, 233, 240.

Clinton, Theophilus, earl of Lincoln, presence in parliament, 11n.

cloth :

English cargo of, in Sound, 21, 45
-, English trade in with Ionian islands, 24
-, permission to export, 53
-, most of trade at Worcester, 63
-, Venetian merchants send in English ships, 228.

of gold, 282.

London's, 24.

of Venice, taken to Smyrna, 265.

Clotworthy, Sir John, parliament sends to Ormonde, 289.

coal :

London deprived of, 30
-, London's desire for, 87, 116
-, mines at Sunderland burned, 106
-, control of gives Scots hold over London, 150, 152
-, Scots propose to use to pay debts, 153, 160.

Cochet. See Coquet.

Cognet
-, Gaspard, sieur de la Thuillerie, Tullerie, French ambassador in the Netherlands : complains of loss of campaign, 18
-, upset by Orange's return to Hague, 24
-, Neuburg appeals to, 25.

Cokayne, William, governor of E. India Co., protest to Venice, 190.

Colbruch. See Colnbrook.

Colby Moor, co. Pembroke, royalist defeat at, 209.

Coleman, —, makes charge of transporting money, 9n.

Colepeper, Colpepper, Culpepper, Piper, John, king makes peer, 146
-, prince wants to send to king, 218.

Colkitto. See Macdonald, Alaster.

Colnbrook, Colbruch, co. Bucks, Essex halts at, 16.

Cologne, German Empire, Contarini reaches, 30 :

despatches dated at, 31, 35.

Colony, —, English captain in Venetian fleet, 286.

commissioners, Scottish, to England :

sent to take part in synod, 21.

negotiations with, for army, 25
-, without news of army, 66.

complain of England not keeping promises, 79
-, report Scots across Tyne, 83.

influence weakened through scant confidence in army, 87.

expected, about peace terms, 129
-, one arrives, 130.

control of coal will give power to, 150.

wished to take peace proposals, 158
-, king ignores, 167
-, meet Richmond and Southampton, 166
-, reply to, 167.

may re-open peace negotiations, 168, 169
-, desire reasonable settlement, 169.

two go to Scottish parliament, 170
-, efforts for peace, 172, 234
-, terms for king submitted to, 249.

informed of king's surrender, 260
-, disclaimer to parliament about, 262
-, deny arrangement with king, 266
-, dispute with parliament about disposal of king, 292.

demand publication of peace terms, 271
-, frequent conferences with, 288, 289.

get book slandering army suppressed, 291.

agree to terms for evacuation, 296
-, requests preferred by, 297.

inform king of surrender to English, 304
-, at Newcastle, 306
-, awaited at London, 308.

Committee of Both Kingdoms, Council of State, Council of the Two Nations, 124 :

Scots induce parliament to set up, 73
-, discussion on, 74, 75
-, constitution, debate upon, 76.

first business, 76
-, attention to the armies, 78
-, Essex supplies with list of officers, 84.

Independents meet with no opposition from, 79
-, Scots in tone down reply to king, 83
-, Scots in against deposing king, 110.

Lords oppose interfering in peace negotiations, 85
-, question disputed, 88, 90, 94.

asks Essex to state requirements of army, 88
-, orders Essex not to treat with king, 102.

opposed to peace, 91
-, lukewarm about peace proposals, 97
-, presents them to Lords, 99.

question of Piccolomini's ship before, 95
-, proposes to raise loan in Zealand, 97.

city's offer to for war, 96
-, quarrel between Houses over, 100, 102
-, Lords give way about, 104
-, confirmed as absolute, 106.

orders Essex to secure king, 108
-, tells Waller of design, 110.

writes angrily to Essex, 110
-, recalls Essex, 112
-, fears treason, precautions, 125.

restores ship to Dunkirkers, 111
-, resentment with Sabran for report of Marston Moor, 118.

parliament regrets setting up, 115
-, all property at mercy of, 126.

receives news of Marston Moor, 120
-, enquiry about Lostwithiel, 144.

Cardenas asks for help at Gravelines, 122
-, decides to send Augier, 154n.

leaders in North urge to consider Dutch mediation, 124.

queen's letters read in, 136
-, objects to form of king's letter, 140
-, conducts peace negotiations, 158, 161.

appointments to be left to, 164
-, Swedish alliance referred to, 167.

king's advances referred to, 170
-, use of money to get Hereford, 234n.

Commons, House of, Lower House :

1643 :

insincere vote of men for Essex, 6
-, efforts to reconcile Essex and Waller, 31.

peace proposals submitted to, 8
-, Lords suggest review of accounts to, 9
-, not sorry at weakness of Lords, 11.

losing influence, 11
-, members refusing covenant excluded, 42
-, chief control of great seal, 44
-, permits unlading of Rainbow, 68n.

1644 :

nominates lords for Committee of Both Kingdoms, 74
-, promoted this body, 76
-, wants Committee to take oath of secrecy, 78.

Dutch ambassadors cannot interview members, 83, 85
-, reception of ambassadors, 121.

disputes with Lords about Committee, 88, 90, 94, 100.

dispute with Lords over Manchester, 98, 100, 102
-, Lords must give way to, 102, 104.

city supports against Lords, 104
-, proposal to fill vacant seats in, 148
-, petition for, 155.

discusses peace terms, 131
-, condemns Laud, 155, 156
-, agitates for his execution, 158, 162.

votes for advance of Scots, 157
-, Cromwell accuses Manchester in, 161
-, supports Cromwell, 162.

passes self denying ordinance, 164
-, agitation to force Lords to yield to over, 166, 170.

Dutch ambassadors complain to about treatment, 165.

1645 :

means to humble Lords, 171, 173
-, quarrels with Lords, 190.

Lords inform of objections to ordinance, 172
-, Fairfax asks for money, 212.

1646 :

grant of Venetian levy opposed in, 248, 250
-, claims right to dispose of king, 262
-, reception of London remonstrance, 264
-, favours extreme course against king, 279.

fumes at king's peace advances, 264
-, would not be sorry if king did not sign peace, 278.

threats against queen, 273
-, quarrel with Lords over collecting taxes, 280.

breaks seals and reads Montreuil's despatches, 280.

1647 :

agrees to king's proposal, 298
-, stops provision of house for Bellievre, 301
-, vote in for army to go further off, 311
-, submits to Lords' terms for king, 318.

holds up levy of Irish for France, 310
-, apology from army to, 318.

Speaker of. See Lenthall, William. See also parliament.

Condé, prince of. See Bourbon-Condé, Henry II. and Louis de.

Condulmier, Domenico, Venetian Secretary :

communications with Alvise Contarini, 215, 218, 300.

agreement with Balfour, 215
-, report about hiring ships, 233.

Connoue, Connuel. See Conway.

Constantinople, Turkey, 219 :

excitement over capture of galleon, 170
-, English ships trading to, 199, 205, 206, 212
-, penalty for taking steel to, 226
-, Turks think of using English and Flemish ships at, 266.

English consul at, 109.

news from, 239.

Contarini, Alvise, Savio alla Mercanzia, 1.

-, -, Venetian ambassador to the Munster congress :

despatches to the Senate, 20, 31, 35, 43, 184, 190, 193, 209, 255, 322.

advices forwarded by, 45, 51, 54, 59, 61, 78, 86, 117, 120, 132.

communications from Condulmier, 215, 218, 300.

reaches Cologne, 30.

communications with Agostini, 109, 167, 175.

instructions to about Palatine, 136
-, Palatine's thanks for, 139
-, reports Swedish mission to England, 175
-, letter for Charles sent to, 192
-, to arrange for transport of levies, 297.

Contarini, Alvise, Venetian Ambassador at Rome :

despatches to the Senate, 187, 199, 219, 222, 223, 228, 279, 282, 285, 287, 303, 305, 312.

Contarini, Francesco, Proveditore of Cephalonia :

despatches to the Senate, 70, 93.

Contoribie. See Kintesbury.

Conway, Connuel, Edward, viscount :

goes over to king, 11
-, interests self in levy for Venice, 248, 250.

Conway, Connoue, Wales, castle surrenders, 294.

Conyers, Sir John, lieutenant of the Tower of London, probable dismissal, 3.

cooperage, cargo of, 23.

Cops, Henry, resident of Holland at the Porte :

intervenes in dispute between English and French, 93
-, English merchants seek protection of, 269
-, Bailo appeals to against ships serving Turks, 320.

Coquet, Cochet, island, co. Northumberland, Scots capture, 75.

Corfe, Corfu, co. Dorset, captured, 249.

Corfu, island of, 199, 215 :

levies to be shipped to, 294.

Cork, co. Cork, reported fall, 309.

corn, 65.

Cornwall, county of, 149 :

slight hold of parliament on, 14, 21
-, prince wants to court favour in, 104.

help in siege of Plymouth, 30
-, feared attack on Wight, 70
-, people will not allow French regiment to follow queen, 121.

Essex pushes into, 128
-, surrounded there, 129, 131, 133.

people unfriendly to Essex, 129
-, sufferings of parliament troops in, 142
-, Committee's inquiry about campaign in, 144
-, raid of Barbary pirates in, 209
-, Tromp cruising off, 218
-, prince retires to, 223
-, Fairfax advances in, 250
-, and clears of enemy, 252.

duchy of, question of investiture of, 104.

coronation, Laud accused of altering oath at, 107, 108.

Correr, Vincenzo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 137.

Cottington, Francis lord, Spanish sympathies of, 4.

Council, the king's, Spanish party in ascendant in, 4.

Council of State, Council of the Two Nations. See Committee of Both Kingdoms.

Council of War :

to be set up, powers, 124
-, will deprive people of liberty, 126.

queen's messengers to Scotland consigned to, 248.

covenant :

sent to parliament for confirmation, 17
-, referred to synod, 19
-, Commons refusing excluded, 42
-, king's proclamation against, 49n
-, English merchants in Holland to swear to, 84
-, Palatine swears to, 130
-, Swedes offer to take, 171
-, Scots ask king's approval of, 268
-, want him to take, 272, 300, 301, 307.

London favours, 297
-, king asked to sign, 306, 308.

Craft. See Crofts.

Cramuel. See Cromwell.

Crasi, Crassi. See Gressy.

Craven, William, lord Crever :

lands with munitions for king, 115, 118.

Crawford, earl of. See Lindsay, Ludovic.

Cressi. See Gressy.

Crete, Candia, island of :

Turkish fleet threatens, 194
-, English would like Turks to take, 216.

transport of soldiers to, 224, 232, 235-7, 297.

Waller's offer to serve in, 236
-, Turks note English ships at, 253.

English ships taking troops and stores to, 247, 252, 274
-, Venetian blockade may prevent Turks transporting troops to, 320.

Crever. See Craven.

Crofts, Craft, William :

brings queen invitation to France, 99, 101.

Croland. See Crowland.

Cromwell, Cramuel, Cromuel, Colonel Oliver :

sent to assistance of Hull, 28
-, Manchester sends to Leicestershire, 104.

report on Marston Moor, 118
-, sent to join Essex, 138.

quarrel with Manchester, 157, 164, 166
-, chief accuser, 159
-, Manchester's charges against, 161, 162
-, Commons, support, 182.

self denying ordinance aimed at, 164
-, defeats clubmen, 209
-, takes Basing House, 220
-, takes Langford, 221
-, army ready to serve under, in Ireland, 315.

-, Cromvel, Major, 133.

Cropredy Bridge, co. Oxford, Waller's reverse at, 115.

Crow, Sir Sackville, English ambassador at Constantinople, 170, 258 :

obtains concessions from Porte, 59, 83
-, asks Bailo for cooperation, 92.

dispute with French, 93
-, strange conduct to Bailo, 191, 193, 199, 216, 253.

assurances to king, doubtful position, 109
-, dependent on merchants, 191.

Turks send to about compensation, 176
-, resents arrest of Bailo, 193
-, office with Vizier, 193, 194.

fears effect of English ships serving Venice, 227, 253.

delicate position of, 216
-, shows complaint of English captains, 219.

Turks ask for use of English ships, 225
-, gets them off, 227, 239.

Venetian merchants pay dues to, 265
-, high handed treatment of merchants, 269, 274
-, they revolt against him, 269, 272-4, 292, 313.

tries to discredit merchants, 274
-, alleged letter from king to, 291, 292
-, appeals to Bailo about, 293
-, Lancelot rails against, 313.

representations of Bailo to, against ships serving Turks, 320
-, Bailo cultivates to get ships for fleet, 313.

Crowland, Croland Abbey, co. Lincoln :

royalists capture, 146.

Culpepper. See Colepeper.

Cumberland, county of :

Scots fear rising in, 21
-, preparations to resist Scots in, 32
-, troops from, raid Scotland, 98
-, royalists checked in, 106
-, royalist forces gather in, 132, 133
-, Scots go against, 138, 140
-, royalist defeat in, 224.

currants :

farmers of duties on, ask relief, 1
-, Agostini's efforts to revive trade, 22, 23, 31, 43, 48, 72, 73, 82.

stagnation of trade through English war, 19
-, reduction of duty, 20, 31, 50.

not desirable to treat for fixed price, 20
-, hard to keep price up, 93
-, price of, 134.

from the Morea, 23, 24, 45n, 70, 87.

surreptitious trading in, 24, 45, 46, 70, 101, 103
-, promoting trade with Bristol, 31, 33, 43, 50, 51, 63, 72.

unlading of cargo from Zante allowed, 67, 68, 73.

parliament allows importation, 82, 109
-, revival of trade in, 93, 125, 134
-, ships from London for, 109.

proposal to plant in Virginia, 82
-, Bromhall's purchases of, 119, 120, 137
-, English ships trading for, 199, 203, 207.

Curtius, William, English resident at Frankfort :

on Palatine's prospects at Munster, 20.

Curzola, Cursola, Dalmatia, island of, 236.

customs
-, farmed out for 6 months, 84
-, use of foreign money detrimental, to 88.

Cymera, Don Vincenzo, 93.

Cyprus, island of, ship trading to, 212.



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