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'Index: R', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 389-391. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89648 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Raglan, co. Monmouth, earl of Worcester taken at, 291.

Rainbow, merchantman :

brings currants from Zante, 67, 73
-, expected at Leghorn, 199
-, leaving for Smyrna, 205, 206
-, Sarotti tries to hire, 205, 207.

Rainsborough, Thomas, plan for reducing Jersey, 317.

ramberghe in fleet, 308.

Rand, William, captain of the James, agreement to take men and stores to Crete, 247.

Raniccini, Ranuccini, Rannucci See Rinuccini.

Rasinous. See Basing House.

Re, M. di, Ricaut makes proctor at Venice, 190.

Reading, co. Berks, 68, 146 :

Essex defeated in skirmish near, 27
-, parliament army abandons, 29.

king fortifies, 32, 38
-, proposal to besiege, 34, 36, 38
-, raids from, 41, 77.

king goes to, 49, 77
-, Grenvile betrays plans against, 86.

Crawford takes men from, 57
-, Essex sent towards, 80.

Hopton retires to, 89
-, king reviews army at, 102
-, king abandons, 104.

Manchester near, 145
-, parliament forces retire to, 149, 159
-, surprise of foiled, 166.

Recaut. See Ricaut.

recusants. See Catholics, Roman.

Reede, Jan van, sieur van Renswoude, Dutch ambassador to England, 123.

religious. See priests.

residents. See under ambassadors.

Rhosby. See Rosbuy.

Ribkins, Captain, master of the Ark Christian, 8n.

Ricaut, Richaut, Recaut, Rycaut, Rychaut, Richault, Sir Peter, merchant, 214n :

Senate's reply to king about, 160
-, king writes in favour of, 185
-, the letter, 185, 186.

memorial for, 186
-, Senate's reply to, 187
-, letter from parliament upon, 188, 189
-, protest of East India Company about, 189, 190.

Rich, Henry, earl of Holland :

goes over to king, 11
-, advances to parliament, retires to Holland House, 42
-, seeks reconciliation with parliament, 61.

-, Robert, earl of Warwick, Vice Admiral :

fails to relieve Exeter, 2, 6
-, to go to relieve Plymouth, 52, 57.

Bristol can furnish ships to oppose, 6
-, demands pay for fleet, 25, 24, 51
-, money promised, 27.

to search French ships bringing supplies for king, 25, 27
-, sent to stop communications with Ireland, 37
-, to prevent Irish crossing, 92.

declared High Admiral of England and governor of dependencies, 39
-, to have fleet ready for spring, 57
-, to defend isle of Wight, 70.

complains to Dutch of imprisonment of naval captain, 83, 84
-, complaints about privateers to, 90.

escorts Sabran across sea, 105
-, tries to cut off queen, from France, 123.

captures Dutch ship from Dunkirkers, 111.

takes ship with linen for queen, 111
-, mistakes sex of queen's baby, 112.

brings fleet into Downs, 139
-, alleged understanding with Digby, 196.

self denying ordinance aimed at, 164
-, dispute over renewal of command, 190.

Richelieu, Cardinal. See Duplessis, Armand.

Richmond, duke of. See Stuart, James.

Rider, William, permit to lade ship at Venice for Spain, 247.

Rinuccini, Raniccini, Ranuccini, Rannucci, Giovanni Battista, archbishop of Fermo, papal nuncio to Ireland :

has business in France, 184
-, at Paris, instructions, Queen Henrietta does not welcome, 192
-, she will not receive him, 194
-, Mazarin hastens departure, 197
-, pretexts for delay, 203
-, leaves for La Rochelle, 208
-, sails for Ireland, 221, 222
-, arrives, 224.

pope sends bills for, 222
-, Irish Catholics entrust peace terms to, 250
-, pope remits money to, 279, 303
-, remonstrance in France against Irish peace, 283
-, Digby blames for failure, 312.

Ripon, co. York, Rupert at, 115.

Robartes, John lord, appointed governor of Plymouth, 144.

Rochelle. See La Rochelle.

Rochester, co. Kent :

courier of Harcourt arrested at, 40
-, couriers stopped at, 58
-, letters opened at, 46, 68.

Rohan, Marguerite de, Mlle, de Rohan, talk of Rupert marrying, 7.

-, Marie de, duchess of Chevreuse, Scevrosa :

parliament arrests, 192
-, interrogated, 194
-, granted passport, 196
-, goes to Brussels, 200
-, suggestion for financing Bouillon's levy, 220.

Rome, 197 :

Laud accused of dealings with, 8
-, Mazarin's offer to Irish to win credit at, 89
-, peace of the allies with, 98
-, Fortescue accused of correspondence with, 107
-, Digby arrives at, 187
-, Digby discusses affairs of with Mazarin, 242
-, money from for Irish Catholics, 319.

despatches dated at, 187, 199, 219, 222, 223, 229, 280, 282, 285, 288, 303, 305, 312.

Romorantin, levy of, 294.

Rosbuy, Rhosby, Colonel, offers levy to Venice, 214, 223.

Rotterdam [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands] :

munitions for king from, 105
-, complaints from about stopping trade with king's ports, 116.

Rouen [Seine Inferieure, France], 143 :

Ricaut living in poverty at, 186
-, Palatine Edward to stay at, 187
-, Sackville refugee at, 204.

Rowton Heath, co. Cheshire, royalists defeated at, 218.

royalists :

fires in London attributed to, 92
-, city decides to intern, 103
-, severity of parliament against, 107
-, disapprove of Montreuil's mission, 208
-, must sue for pardon to enjoy property, 220
-, parliament pardons 20 gentlemen, 291
-, parliament makes careful note of, 309.

See also malignants.

Rubati, Gio. Francesco, Piedmontese, offer to serve Venice, 257.

Rupert, Prince Palatine of the Rhine :

sent against Gloucester, 2
-, sent against Exeter, 12.

suggested marriage with Mlle. de Rohan, 7
-, made duke of Sussex, 66.

blocks Essex's path, 24
-, resists advance to Newport Pagnell, 36
-, success at Towcester, 44.

moving to join Hopton, 57, 60
-, to command Irish, 66.

sent against Gloucester, 75
-, victory at Newark, 87
-, goes to Shrewsbury to arm Welsh, 89.

back at Oxford, 90
-, returns to Lincolnshire, 94
-, march to help Newcastle, 96.

forces increasing, 98
-, goes to relief of York, 100, 106, 108, 114.

expected at Newark, 103
-, tarries, 104
-, affairs of North entrusted to, 106.

king waiting for, after done with North, 108, 110
-, goes to meet Craven, 115.

takes Bolton, 108
-, junction with Widdrington, strength of force, 111.

successful in Lancashire, 112
-, at Ripon, 115
-, defeat at Marston Moor, 117, 118, 120
-, claims victory, 117.

rallies after fight, 121
-, retires to Lancashire, 123, 126.

blamed for disaster, 123
-, parliament admits to pardon, 155.

sends help to Antrim, 128
-, stationary in Cheshire, 132
-, in Wales, hoping to redeem fault, 133.

abandons North, marches to join king, 135
-, collecting troops at Bristol, 149
-, joins king, 151, 153.

king creates lieutenant general, 155
-, letter about peace advances, 157
-, reply of Committee to, 161.

writes to Essex about pass, 164
-, difference with king, resigns, reconciled, 165
-, takes command of Goring's men, 202.

at Naseby, wounded, 197.

not pleased at changes in command, 209
-, shut up in Bristol, 211
-, harasses besiegers, 212
-, parleys, 214
-, surrenders, 215.

king suspects and orders arrest, 217, 224
-, under arrest at Oxford, 219
-, king sends for, 220.

asks permission to leave country, 224.

Digby responsible for arrest, 224
-, pass granted to, 225
-, refuses, 226.

joins king at Oxford, 226
-, reconciled with him, 231, 233
-, king leaves at Oxford, 259
-, terms for in surrender, 265.

Atkins affronted by, 232
-, parliament excludes from pardon, 275.

surprise at Abingdon, 250
-, fails at Woodstock, 258.

to leave country, 270, 271
-, lands at Calais, 271
-, made general of English in France, 293, 296.

Russell, William, earl of Bedford :

goes over to king, 11
-, seeks reconciliation with parliament, 61.

Ruthven, Patrick, earl of Forth, earl of Brentford, Brancford, commander of the royal forces :

writes letters to Essex, 81, 124
-, backs king's letter to Essex, 129
-, talk of resignation, 133
-, king deposes, 155.

Rutland, earl of. See Manners, John.

Rycaut, Rychaut. See Ricaut.



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