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1926

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'Index: O', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 379-380. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89646 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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Oath of Association
-, covenant, objection of army to, 2
-, cause of Kent rising, 2.

- See also covenant.

oath
-, London imposes new, 13
-, as protection against Jesuits, 276.

Oatlands, co. Surrey :

Rupert and Maurice not allowed to stay at, 271
-, to be prepared for king, 319, 320.

O'Brien, Lt.-Col., royalist commander at Wareham, raids Dorchester, 126n.

Obton. See Hopton.

Odan. See Hotham.

Offly, Thomas, brings king's proposals to parliament, 77.

Oge, Oger. See Augier.

oil, 24.

Olis. See Holles.

Oliva, called Chiozzotta, sentence against, 191.

O'Niell
-, Owen Roe, earl Onel, victory at Benburb, 268n
-, further successes, 271, 275.

Ontlet. See Gordon, George, marquis of Huntly.

Oosterwijk. See Lier, William van.

Opton. See Hopton.

Orange
-, prince of. See Nassau, Henry Frederick of
-, William of.

-, princess of. See Amalia.

Orleans
-, duke of. See Gaston
-, Philip.

Orleans, Mademoiselle d'. See Anne Marie Louise.

Ormonde, earl of. See Butler, James.

Osblich (?), Huntly captures, 91.

Osborne, Sir Peter, holds Cornet Castle for king, 154n.

Owen, —, Rear Admiral of the fleet, captures Swedish ships, 316n.

Oxbrich, Oxbrig. See Uxbridge.

Oxenstierna, Oxestern, John baron of, Swedish representative at Munster, 5.

Oxford, co. Oxford, 71, 147 :

letters dated at, 100, 120, 163, 167, 180, 186.

king remains at, with small army, 2
-, six lords go to, 14, 19, 42.

Gressy returns from, 4
-, Essex passes, 18
-, Harcourt goes to, 33, 35, 37, 40, 54, 61, 63, 65, 69.

measures to besiege, 14, 16, 24
-, Byron advances from, 49.

Newbury celebrated at, 27
-, Lanark detained at, 67.

Loudoun detained at, 47
-, Hamilton reaches, and arrested, 58, 61
-, Windebank at, 61.

proclamation issued at, 53
-, Dutch ambassadors' visit to, 67, 69, 74, 76, 77, 80, 91, 97, 101, 103, 105, 172.

king calls parliament to, 62
-, people advised to make payments to, 74.

intercepted letters sent to, 67
-, mails from taken, 72
-, Piccolomini going to, 95.

heralds from, 71, 77
-, herald to, 79.

not safe for queen, 72
-, Hopton summoned to, 74.

plans to fortify, 75
-, gunpowder reaches from France, 79
-, Waller to besiege, 80, 84.

visit of Irish deputies to, 81, 91, 101, 107.

Grenvile betrays plans against, 86
-, Rupert expected back at, 90
-, arrives, 90.

king's measures for safety of, 94, 97
-, king fears siege of, 98
-, king retires to, 104, 106.

severity to those coming from, 95.

Rupert approaches, 100
-, Essex moves towards, 102
-, surrounded by parliament armies, 107.

king comes out of, 107, 108, 110, 113
-, Essex blamed for allowing, 109
-, king returns to, 112.

Browne to blockade, 110
-, London troops against, 118.

garrison raises siege of Greenlands, 118
-, king moving to, 141, 145
-, royal cavalry moves to, 151
-, king returns to, 153.

parliament to meet again at, 146
-, parliament deputies at, 161.

destructive fire at, 146
-, trumpets to and from, 164, 166.

king provisions places about, 155, 156
-, royal commissioners return to, 168, 170.

Irish commissioners at, 165, 174
-, Cardenas at, 165
-, Dutch ambassadors visit, 171
-, army raised to besiege, 209.

king appears unexpectedly at, 212
-, king sends cavalry to, 220.

king sends orders to for arrest of Rupert and governor, 217
-, Rupert under arrest at, 219, 224.

king proceeds to, 221, 225
-, incorrect, 222
-, Palatines return to, 226, 231
-, king at, 227.

distress and discord at, 233
-, king at, in increasing straits, 240, 251, 252, 257
-, king prepares for defence of, 255.

successful sally from, 244
-, powerlessness of, 244.

troops raised to invest, 250
-, probable capture, 255, 258.

royalist effort to join king at, 251
-, king escapes from, 259, 261
-, princes etc. left at, 259.

Hopton may go to, 251
-, duke of York still at, 272
-, leaves, 277.

Fairfax demands surrender, 262
-, parleys, 263, 265, 267, 270
-, broken off, 264
-, king orders surrender, 265.

surrender of, 268, 271
-, terms, 271
-, king said to have recovered, 322.

-, governor of. See Gage, Sir Henry
-, Glemham, Sir Thomas
-, Legge, William.

-, parliament at. See under parliament.



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