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'Index: P', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 380-389. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89647 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Padavino, coadjutor of Venetian embassy at France, mission to London, 188.

Palatinate :

Bavaria will not allow to be discussed at Munster, 20
-, Palatine comes to England about, 130
-, a question of European concern, 130.

Palatine house, family :

Mazarin inclined to favour, 7
-, Craven's devotion to, 115
-, prince Edward in Paris to further interests, 143
-, Atkins affronted by, 232.

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

-, princes. See Edward
-, Maurice
-, Philip
-, Rupert.

-, princess. See Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia.

Palmer, Geoffrey :

king asks pass for, 231.

Panfilio, Cardinal Camillo :

considers hiring English ships, 219.

papal nuncios. See under ambassadors.

papists. See Catholics, Roman.

Paragon, Parangon, English merchantman, 226.

Paris, 192, 223, 294 :

document dated at, 236.

Harcourt leaving, 26
-, Talbot reported at, 114, 195
-, Augier reaches, 163.

letters of credence dated at, 86n
-, Queen Henrietta not desired at, 134
-, she may meet royalties at, 143
-, she reaches, 150, 156.

prince Edward in, 143
-, Queen Henrietta at, 220, 238, 267
-, Jermyn sent to bring prince to, 264.

exchange at, 235
-, Montreuil and Ashburnham arrive at, 264
-, Sabran going to, 272
-, prince of Wales at, 293.

despatches dated at, 10, 13, 20, 33, 44, 59, 78, 80, 127, 134, 139, 143, 148, 149, 151, 153, 159, 163, 168, 175, 176, 178, 185, 188, 193-7, 200, 201, 203-8, 210, 212, 216, 218, 219, 221, 222, 224-7, 229, 231, 232, 234, 235, 238-41, 243, 244, 246-52, 254-61, 263, 265, 266, 268, 270-2, 283-6, 288-300, 302-12, 314-9, 322.

document dated at, 236.

Louvre, 150, 158 :

apartments for prince of Wales at, 266.

parks, trees of royal, felled for London fuel, 30.

parliament :

1643 :

Essex writes to for men and money, 2
-, demands of Essex from, 5, 21
-, reply, 6.

petition of London to, 3
-, appeal to London about food supplies, 6, 7.

Boswell hopes to prevent Dutch helping, 5
-, arms for seized by Melo, 10.

Gressy finds indisposed to accommodation with king, 7
-, grants him passport, 19.

sends for Danish commissioner, 7
-, sanctions outrage on Spanish ambassador, 12.

closes ports, 8
-, those not serving deprived of arms, 11
-, measures against Kent, 13.

army supports city at expense of, 11
-, keeps London shops closed, 14.

sends Marten to Tower, 12
-, orders destruction of images, 17.

slight hold on Cornwall, 14, 21
-, measures to invest Oxford, 16.

covenant sent to, for confirmation, 17
-, swears to league, 28.

eager for Harcourt, 20
-, dismantles Somerset House, 26.

merchants apply to about Danish reprisals, 21
-, wants Scottish army limited, 25.

Gressy to treat with, without title, 22
-, queen mother asks to release Montagu, 33.

and currant trade, 22, 23.

efforts to secure recognition, 26, 44, 48, 52, 54
-, efforts to gather new army, 32.

assurances to Essex, 27
-, claims victory at Newbury, 27, 29.

refuses passport to du Moulin, 28
-, enquires about Harcourt's credits, 30
-, slights to Harcourt, 35, 37, 41.

exhaustion of money chest, 29
-, only supplies part of army's demands, 34, 36.

takes away royal revenues, 30
-, commissioners captured at Bedford, 32.

orders Dublin justices to break truce, 30
-, remonstrates about truce, 54.

Essex attacks Waller in, Essex accused in, 31
-, treatment of Harcourt, 37, 41.

Dutch observe neutrality with, 36, 51, 54
-, unwilling to disoblige Dutch, 38
-, suggests alliance to Dutch, 42.

money sent to Scots, 37, 39
-, hopes from Scots dwindling, 38
-, Scots sustain by hopes, 58
-, Scots certain to assist, 61.

measures to increase return from taxes, 39
-, resolution to overhaul accounts, 42.

Harcourt's memorial to for peace, 41
-, referred to commissioners, 44
-, reply, 47, 48-50.

Holland re-opens negotiations with, 42
-, commissioners of open Venetian packet, 46.

French wish to avoid provoking, 44
-, cannot prevent levy for Venice, 55.

makes search in London for deserters, 46
-, London petition to for peace, 54.

arrangements for business of, 48, 59
-, invalid if great seal is, 52.

king tries to separate from London, 54
-, votes monument to Pym, 58.

to search embassies for priests, 58.

1644 :

orders Essex to Windsor, 60
-, offers pardon to all who leave king, 63.

four lords seek reconciliation with, 61
-, king summons to meet at Oxford, 62.

question of recognition, 61, 63, 66, 74
-, misgivings about calling in Scots, 62.

impeachment of queen, 63
-, king calls rebels, 69.

efforts against truce in Ireland, 63
-, concern at city's peace tendencies, 64
-, city gives banquet to, and declaration of solidarity, 67.

opens Harcourt's letters, 65
-, sends copies of intercepted letters to Oxford, 67.

Dutch ambassadors accredited to, 66
-, hopes for alliance with Dutch, 70.

permits unlading of currants, 67, 68, 73
-, busy with Laud's trial, 68.

loses confidence in Harcourt, 69
-, issues writs for new elections, 71
-, Harcourt did not please, 76.

commissioners to report on army to, 70
-, orders for pay of army, 75.

appeal from Oxford read to, reply, 71, 79
-, effect of, 74
-, soldiers from Ireland disgusted with, 75.

king's letters to assembly shown to, 72
-, no member to treat with foreign ministers, 74.

surprised at absence of news of Scots, 73
-, sends Manchester to Newark, 77.

sets up Committee of Both Kingdoms, 73, 76
-, debates upon, 74.

king ignores in peace advances, 77
-, disappointed at effect of Scots' invasion on king, 80.

feeling against in France, 78
-, Palatine writes to, 79
-, Irish letters to Mazarin brought to, 88.

petition of Independents to, 79
-, imposes covenant on merchants in Holland, 84.

relies more on own armies, 80
-, Grenvile valued in, 81
-, seriously injured by defeat at Newark, 88.

king proposes negotiation to, 80
-, treatment of king's advances, 81, 85.

permits importation of currants, 82
-, fresh charter to Levant Co., 84, 85.

Dutch attitude to, 84
-, Dutch ambassadors resent treatment by, 91, 94.

urges merchants to take provisions to Scots, 87
-, appeal to city, 91, 94.

tries to make king responsible for failure of peace negotiations, 88, 90.

allows privateering, against king, 90
-, letters of marque of, 97.

strenuous efforts to enable Essex to take field, 91
-, sends Manchester after Rupert, 96.

makes difficulty about sending queen bed, 92
-, Mayerne afraid of, 95.

Committee to lay peace proposals before, 97
-, voting upon, 101.

Dutch ask leave to export lead, 99
-, granted, 101.

refuses prince of Wales papers for investiture of duchy of Cornwall, 104.

Sabran cautions about recognition of, 105
-, recognition of, 111, 113, 114, 121, 125.

arrest of Boisivon reported to, 105
-, measures against Fortescue, 107.

advantage over king, 106
-, king hopes to render outlay vain, 108.

harsh treatment of royalists, 107
-, sends ships to stop queen crossing sea, 121.

thinks of sending ambassador to Porte, 109
-, stops Dutch transporting goods to king's ports, 116, 117, 120.

opens letters from abroad, 111
-, accepts offer of another Scots' army, 114, 116.

sends supplies to Essex, 114
-, distrust of Essex, 115
-, accepts Essex's defence, 128.

manner of receiving Dutch ambassadors, 114, 116, 119, 121
-, paper to, on mediation, 121, 122.

Committee's independence of, 115
-, decision to raise force against Oxford, 118
-, Waller strongly supported in, 126.

will not interfere for Spaniards, 120
-, suspicions of Sabran, 122
-, Sabran has letters of credence for, 129.

displays trophies of Marston Moor, 121
-, anxious about Essex's army, 129
-, sends assistance, 135.

debates reply to Dutch ambassadors, 124.

king recognises, advances to, 124
-, ignores, 126.

harshness to Catholics, 124
-, refuses quarter to Irish, 126.

peace articles back from Scotland, 128
-, no progress with, 134
-, completed, 146
-, elaborating, 148.

Palatine comes with consent of, 130
-, sends ship for, 132
-, prepares quarters for him, 134
-, disputes about reception, 135.

will receive Sabran, 130
-, he refuses, 132
-, terms for reception, 162
-, order recalled, 165.

orders satisfaction to Dutch for ships, 132
-, reply to Dutch ambassadors, 165.

offers land in Ireland to supporters, 134
-, provision for Ireland diverted, 138.

offer to Palatine, 136
-, his reply, 137
-, strong opposition to Palatine in, 139
-, Palatine's relations with, 141-3, 149.

measures to stop king after Lostwithiel, 138, 140, 142, 145, 146, 149
-, obstructed, 141.

Lorraine sends to about Fortescue, 139
-, queen talks of hanging all members, 154.

high handed treatment of Cardenas, 139
-, and of Sabran, 143
-, apology to France, 146.

king renews peace offer to, 140, 141
-, suspicion cast on by Lostwithiel negotiations, 144.

wants Essex to command united army, 142
-, difficulty of paying army, 147.

severity about Maguire and Macmahon, 141
-, religion serves as empty pretext, 147.

intercepts queen's letters, 145
-, Sabran approaches about trade, 152.

sends envoy to Scottish guard in France, 145
-, abhors any treaty, 146
-, sends Augier to France, 154, 156, 163.

Palatine asks leave to take part in assembly, 150
-, religious differences in, 155.

London submits peace terms to, 152
-, petition of Londoners to, 155.

Scots inform of intention to use coal, 153
-, sanctions advance of Scots, 157.

orders enquiry about Donnington affair, 154
-, Dutch offer mediation to, 155.

religious differences force to divide army, 155
-, Eastern Association petitions for Manchester's return, 157.

suspicion of queen's doings in France, 158
-, French warning to, 159.

disappointed of victory, sends for commanders to report, 159.

order for public worship, 159
-, celebrates fast, 166.

petition to against peace, 160
-, peace proposals sent to Oxford, 161, 163
-, king's reply to, 163, 167.

king sends Richmond and Southampton to, 161, 164, 166.

Cromwell talks of coercing, 162
-, reply to Dutch ambassadors, 165, 171.

members not to hold civil or military office, 164, 166
-, asks Scots to advance, 165.

Swedish mission to, with recognition, 165, 167
-, queen warns France against alliance with Sweden, 168.

1645 :

peace negotiations, 168, 172, 173.

has Carew executed, 169
-, Laud touches on confusion caused by, 174.

use of Swedish offers, 169
-, opens letters from Flanders, 173
-, Mouat awaiting reply, 174.

proposed paper from city to, against Lords, 172
-, Irish Protestants appeal to, 202.

orders for public worship, 173
-, Catholics ruined if wins complete victory, 175.

France cannot get satisfaction from, about shipping, 175
-, French hope will respond to release of goods, 192.

makes it dangerous for Spain to send money via England, 176.

confiscates goods of Ricaut, 186, 188-90
-, letters to doge about E. India Co. and Ricaut, 188, 189.

suffers from internal disorders, losing popularity, 190
-, London urges need of decisive battle on, 195.

arrests Chevreuse at request from France, 192
-, interrogates her, 194
-, grants her passport, 196.

will not scruple to stop Rinuccini, 192, 208
-, opens letters from abroad, 201.

French fear consequences of success, 196
-, France hopes to embroil with Scots, 200.

king's captured papers reveal secrets to, 197
-, consequent treatment of foreign ministers, 200, 201.

strenuous efforts to finish war, 198
-, suspicions of Scots, 202
-, busy increasing army, 205.

perturbed by French successes in Flanders, 202
-, manner of receiving Sabran, 204.

growing favour of Cardenas with, 202
-, sends Walker to Brussels, 206.

expels Sousa, 202
-, complaints against Sousa sent to his king, 204.

celebrates victory at Taunton, 203, 205
-, continued success, 210.

dashed by points submitted by Scots, 206
-, decides to satisfy Scots, 207.

asks punishment of Dutch ambassadors, 207
-, receives Montreuil, 210.

punishes libeller of king, 208
-, allows Rosbuy to offer levy, 214.

peace proposals of, to king, 208
-, Scots dissatisfied, fresh discussion, 210.

promises compensation to Lisola, 209
-, suspicions of Henderson, 219.

Wales coming over to, 210, 223
-, measures to prevent king's revival, 212
-, orders capture of Bristol, 214.

sends prisoners of war to fight in Ireland, 213
-, sends supplies to Fairfax, 218.

allows Scots to withdraw men to fight Montrose, 213
-, relieved by news of his defeat, 215.

king suspects nephews of plotting with, 217
-, prince approaches about peace, 218.

recalls Scots to besiege Newark, 218, 222
-, Leslie sends Digby's letter to, 220.

drags out peace negotiations, 220
-, sketches peace project, 225, 234
-, Palatines may promote peace with, 226.

requires royalists to sue for pardon, 220
-, resolution to rid country of Scots, 221
-, money promised to Scots, 227, 229.

Rupert asks permission to leave country, 224
-, ready to grant it, id.

offers pass to Palatines, 225
-, refused, 226
-, sends gentleman to them, 233.

king may come to unexpectedly, 227
-, treatment of peace overtures, 231.

creates peers, 229
-, gives Atkins permit for levy, 232.

alarm about plot, 231
-, prorogued, 233.

sends commissioners to Scottish army at Newark, 231
-, Sabran's haughty reply to, 233.

1646 :

king asks leave to come to, 238, 239, 242
-, refused, 240, 242
-, measures to prevent coming, 240, 254.

excuses levies sent to Dunkirk, 239
-, not granting levies, 245.

rewards Weldon's fidelity, 240
-, intercepts letters from queen to king, 245.

measures contemplated against prince, 242
-, publishes list of victories, 249.

stern reply to king's peace suggestions, 243
-, less inclined for peace than ever, looks for complete victory, 245
-, will not listen to peace overtures, 246.

meetings for filling vacancies in, 244
-, sends new viceroy to Ireland, 251.

desire for recognition, 246
-, envoys in Spain, 253
-, piqued with France for helping king, 254.

Scots want to adopt Presbyterianism, Loudoun submits proposals to, 249
-, Scots suspect attitude to religion, 257.

discusses peace proposals, 249, 254
-, king offers fresh terms to, 252
-, delay answer, 253.

offer to prince to return, 251
-, king reported to have accepted terms, 255.

solicitous in paying army, 252
-, confiscates Crow's property, as royalist, 269.

gets Dutch to stop provision of ships for king, 255
-, warns Sabran of effect of prince's reception in France, 256
-, suspects French of hand in king's flight, 260.

Scots' charges against, publishes reply, 257
-, Scots' disclaimer to about king, 262.

prince sends to treat with, 258
-, queen wants prince in hands to get better terms from, 264, 268.

London Council offended with 259, 263
-, remonstrance from city to, 263, 264
-, reply to, 265.

imprisons Richmond at Warwick, 259
-, excludes some in Oxford from amnesty, 265.

claims share in disposing of king, 260
-, king writes to, explanation and offers, 263, 264.

sending troops after Scots, 262
-, decides to get rid of Scots, 263
-, appointing commissioners to settle accounts with Scots, 270.

intercepts letters from king to Ireland, 266
-, king's assurances to about Ireland, 272.

petition of Independents to, 266
-, declaration against him withdrawing, 270.

pleased at Bellievre's mission, 267
-, Bellievre offers mediation to, 275.

king asks to state peace terms, 268
-, Scots ask to publish peace terms, 271
-, sets out terms, Scots approve, 272, 275.

gains by surrender of Oxford, 270
-, has duke of York brought to London, 273.

sending fresh troops to Ireland, 270, 286, 293
-, asks for Ormonde to surrender places held, 272, 273.

merchants at Constantinople dependents of, 274
-, may supersede Crow, 281.

king wishes to treat with, 277
-, deputies report to on terms, 277, 278
-, debate how to deal with king, 284, 288.

captures ship with Montreuil, 277
-, Spaniards try to alarm about France, 284.

Scots suggest to joint action for establishing peace, independent of king, 278
-, discusses deposition of king, 279.

Scots' offer to about evacuation, 278
-, cordial reply to, 278.

Presbyterians predominant in, 280
-, all England acknowledges, 281.

Scots' suggestion to about peace, 281
-, has force ready to occupy evacuated towns, 286.

tries to raise loan in city to pay Scots, 283
-, raises money by selling enemies' goods, 285
-, inventory of Catholics' goods, 291.

assembly submits articles of faith to, 288.

Ormonde comes over to, 288
-, but no confidence in, 289
-, Ormonde deceived, 297.

king's fresh offers to, 289
-, meant to be declined, hot debate on, 290.

awaiting decision of Scottish parliament, 291
-, payment of Scots, 291, 295, 296.

pardons 20 royalist gentlemen, 291
-, commissioners in Ireland, 294, 295.

dispute with Scots over disposal of king, 292.

thanks Fairfax for services, 292
-, discovers plot for escape of York, 298.

order for arrest of malignants, 297
-, petition of city to, 297, 298, 307.

1647 :

king's letter to, agrees to his going to Holmby, 298
-, measures to guard king, 300, 302, 305-7.

perturbed by Irish news, 299
-, Ormonde treating for accommodation with, 309, 310.

French fear interference in Flanders, 300
-, orders slighting of castles, 301
-, deals with return of queen and prince, 306, 309.

proposals of Scottish parliament to, 302, 303
-, deputation to that body to maintain friendly relations, 305.

replies to king's questions, 304
-, suspicions of king roused, 306.

presents peace terms to king, 306, 308
-, discusses them, 314, 318.

explains reasons for excise, 307
-, army officers' petition reply, 311.

dealings with king, about attendants and preachers, 307-9, 313
-, assignment for his expenses, 310.

Bellievre offers mediation to, 308, 309
-, French prepared to swallow insults from, 319.

asks Scots to restore Belfast, 309
-, reply to, 311
-, city lends money for Ireland, 313, 315.

Palatine has communication for, 311
-, on capture of Swedish ships, 317.

stops presentation of petition by army, 311, 312
-, Fairfax replies upon, 313
-, army resentful against, 314
-, dealings with army, 315-8, 320
-, army revolts against, 320-2.

proposes to deal with religious settlement, 315
-, offer to disclose concealed goods to, 318
-, king's letters to, terms will accept with, 319
-, sends Killigrew to Flanders, 320.

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

army of. See army, parliamentary.

fleet of. See navy.

of Scotland. See under Scotland.

parliament at Oxford :

proclamation to summon, 62
-, Harcourt may appear at, 65
-, marquis of Winchester attending, 84.

Irish affairs may be discussed in, 66
-, king opens, his speech, 68, 69
-, appeal to Essex, 71
-, votes supplies and troops, 74, 75.

differences over Catholics, 74
-, discusses peace proposals, 79.

considers fortification of Oxford, 75
-, king suggests joining with London parliament, 81
-, declaration for Dutch ambassadors, 90.

asks Council of Scotland to withdraw armies, 83
-, votes other parliament traitors, 85
-, king adjourns, 99.

appoints commissioners to advise king, 99
-, king postpones reassembling, 146.

parliamentarians, rebels :

Hotham accuses of exporting gold, 3, 7
-, financial difficulties, 25.

last hopes rest on Scots, 6
-, refer covenant to synod, 19
-, send deputies to meet Harcourt, 26
-, strengthen party in Kent, 51.

use new great seal, after hesitation, 61
-, growing pretensions, 137.

will never agree to reasonable adjustment, 65
-, king calls rebels, 69.

will not be interviewed by Dutch ambassadors, 81
-, more confidence in Dutch people than in government, 85
-, Dutch ambassadors not satisfied with, 101.

no inclination for peace, 88
-, mistrust of Essex, 102.

annoyed with Piccolomini, 99
-, intercept letters of Crow, 109.

hopes of speedy issue, 104
-, Waller reports to, 113.

pleased at Spanish recognition, 111
-, French policy to keep apart from Spain, 163.

reprisals for severity to Irish, 126
-, dissensions among, 151, 157.

king allows to perfect measures of resistance, 140
-, Butler brings peace terms to, 144.

Palatine's relations with, 150
-, attach importance to Mouat's offers, 171.

watch queen's proceedings in France, 151, 156
-, letter to French Huguenots, 174.

leaders try to bring about religious unity, 157.

favour advance of Scots, 157
-, increasingly sanguine, 178
-, hard hit by Kilsyth, 211.

leaders go to Uxbridge, reasons, 173
-, king has advantage of everywhere, 190.

open all letters, 193
-, pleased at capture of royal papers at Naseby, 197.

disapprove of Montreuil's mission, 208
-, fear French naval support for king, 229.

surprised at king's move to North, 210
-, Dutch drawing closer to, 247
-, pope expects to kill king, 305.

Parma, duchy of, peace with Barberini, 96.

-, duke of. See Farnese, Odardo.

Parsons, Capt. William :

reports to parliament king's reception of Irish delegates, 108.

Particelli, Michel, sieur d'Emery, Emerii, controleur des finances :

Queen Henrietta confers with, 238
-, pays her instalment of grant, 240.

Pater, Plater, Col. :

offers levy to Venice, 224, 225, 230.

Panel, Henry, captain of the Green Field, 177.

Paulet, lord Edward, offers to betray Basing, 84.

Paulet, John, marquis of Winchester :

house at Basing attacked, 41, 44
-, plot to betray Basing while away, 84
-, taken prisoner, sent to London, 220.

peasants, rising of.? clubmen, 205, 208.

peers. See nobility.

Pembroke and Montgomery, earl of.

See Herbert, Philip.

Pembrokeshire :

earl of Carbery enters for king, 114.

Pendennis Pendenis castle, co. Cornwall :

queen goes to, 119, 121
-, Grenvile takes refuge at, 128
-, surrenders, 258
-, still holds out, 271.

Penn, Capt. William :

captures Tiger, of Rotterdam, 105n.

Pennington, Sir Isaac, lord mayor of London, 46 :

promotes petition for defence of London, 3
-, petition against peace negotiations, 8.

given custody of Tower, 3n.

-, -, governor of the Levant Co., unable to get a quorum together, 50.

Pennington, Peninton, Sir John :

blockades Plymouth, 30, 34, 39
-, joined by ships taken at Dartmouth, 34
-, captures 40 small barques, 39.

pepper :

East India Co.'s claim against Ricaut for, 188, 189.

Pera, the Vigne di, Constantinople :

despatches dated at, 59, 83, 92, 93, 109, 191, 193, 194, 200, 216, 219, 225, 227, 228, 230, 253, 265, 269, 274, 282, 286, 291-3, 310, 313, 320, 322.

Percy, Algernon, earl of Northumberland :

decides to join king, with troop of horse, 11
-, seeks reconciliation with parliament, 61.

presence in parliament, 11n
-, has permission to take royal children to Syon house, 281n.

Perron, Jacques du, bishop of Angoulême, appeals to French clergy for Queen Henrietta, 240.

Perth, co. Perth Scotland :

parliament moves to, 204n.

Pett, Phineas :

intercepts Montreuil, 277n.

Philip IV., king of Spain, the Catholic :

suspected of helping Charles, 95
-, re-marriage discussed, 151
-, talk of alliance with England and Denmark, 184
-, Portugal asks Charles to intercede with, 198
-, attitude to parliament guided by pique, 253, 254.

Philip
-, duke of Orleans, little Monsieur, meets Queen Henrietta, 150
-, married to Princess Henrietta, 276n.

Philip Palatine prince, son of Frederick V., in Paris, 143n.

Philiphaugh, co. Selkirk :

defeat of Montrose at, 215.

Phœnix, English merchantman, at Leghorn, 177.

Piccolomini
-, Ottavio, duke of Amalfi, imperial general, in England, 94, 100
-, crosses to Nieuport, 97
-, parliament annoyed with, 99.

Pickering, Edmund :

parliament sends to Palatines, 233.

Pickles, Robert, captain of the Talent, 177.

Pierrepoint, William :

deputation to king, 157n.

Piombino, prince of. See Ludovisio, Niccolo.

Piper. See Colepeper.

pirates, growing strength of, 10.

Pisa, Tuscany, Italy :

despatches dated at, 239, 299.

Pisano, Piero, Savio alla Mercanzia, 1.

plague
-, at Edinburgh, 204, 211
-, in London, 281.

Plater. See Pater.

Plymouth, Plemua, co. Devon, 147 :

news from, 26.

troops sent by sea to, 14
-, Thames watermen sent to, 21.

besieged by Maurice, 30, 32, 34, 37, 39, 44, 52
-, Maurice baffled by, 62.

will give king control of west, 50
-, Warwick to go to relief, 52, 57.

obstacle to king's control of west, 75
-, siege left to local forces, 90.

proposed to send Meldrum to, 77
-, Robartes make governor, 144.

Essex escapes to, 138
-, summoned to surrender, 138
-, invested, 139, 144, 149, 169.

attack on, a mistake, 140, 141
-, king's efforts to take, 165
-, surprise foiled, 166.

betrayal by Carew at, 169
-, king sends help against, 173.

ship of, at Leghorn, 177
-, governor tempted to betray, 240
-, royalists withdraw from, 242, 243

governor of. See Robartes, John
-, Wardlaw, James
-, Weldon, Ralph.

Poland :

pope recognises need of helping, 282.

Polesina [Venetia, Italy] :

Venice straitened by troubles of, 183.

Polruan, near Fowey, co. Cornwall :

royalists occupy, 132.

Pomerania [German Empire] :

Brandenburg urged not to give up, 297.

Poole, Pul, co. Dorset, garrison captures royalist despatches, 79.

pope.
-, See Innocent X.
-, Urban VIII.

Portishead co. Somerset, Fairfax takes, 212.

Portland, co. Dorset, Essex before, 114 :

? Barbourg, approaching fall, 250.

-, governor of. See Ashburnham, William.

-, earl of. See Weston, Jerome.

ports, closed, 8, 69, 145.

Portsmouth, co. Hants, 242.

Piccolomini's ship at, 95, 97
-, Essex going to, 138
-, Essex at, arms sent to, 142, 144, 145
-, Essex prefers to remain at, 147
-, activity of royal army towards, 174.

Portugal and Portuguese :

victory claimed over Spaniards, 116
-, Philip piqued with Charles over, 254.

king of. See John IV.

prince of. See Edward of Braganza.

Poyntz, Colonel Sedenham :

storms Shelford House, 224.

prayer-book :

Kent insurgents demand use of

Presbyterians :

Scots wish to introduce system into England, 147, 150, 155, 249.

opposition to, 155, 162
-, Manchester, belongs to, 159.

system confirmed to satisfy city Council, 266
-, have upper hand in parliament and government, 280.

quarrels with Independents, 281
-, death of Essex loss to, 294.

king accepts religion of (?), 306
-, agrees to for 3 years, 319.

carry vote to eloign army, 311
-, opposed to monarchy, 321.

Preston, Thomas, besieges Carlow, 317n.

priests, religious :

of Spanish ambassador, arrested, 12
-, Spanish and Portuguese ministers send away 58
-, captured at Basing House, 220.

arrested at Fortescue's house, 107n
-, arrested at Lisola's house, 201
-, French, of company of the Crucciata of duke of Nevers, 229
-, execution of, 271.

Prince, English ship, taking troops and stores to Crete, 247.

prisoners :

confined in ships of fleet, 9, 10
-, Cardenas allowed to enlist for Flanders, 211
-, parliament sends to fight in Ireland, 213
-, parliament releases, 309.

Priuli, senior councillor :

reply to Talbot, 103.

privateering :

parliament permits against king, 90
-, activity on king's side, 169
-, Spanish captains with patents from Charles for, 202
-, complaint that France protects, 318.

proclamations :

for exportation of cloth, 53, 63.

for holding parliament at Oxford, 62, 63.

forbidding followers to go to London, 74.

allowing foreign money to be tendered, 88.

for food and horses to be taken to Oxford, 97.

king coming to London to impose peace, 149.

of prince of Wales calling on loyal subjects to fight rebels, 242.

propaganda fide, congregation de :

question of helping Venice referred to, 282
-, remits money for Ireland, 303.

Protestant churches :

letter of Assembly to, 89.

Protestants :

fear of alliance against Catholic faith, 168, 196.

Provence, France, ship of, leaves Leghorn for Cyprus, 212.

Pul. See Poole.

Puritans :

Ormonde to defend Protestants against, 107.

Pym
-, John, charge against, 9
-, death, 53
-, monument to, 58.



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