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'Index: S', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 391-398. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89649 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Sabran, Melchior sieur de, French agent in England :

to go in place of Gressy, 78
-, arrival, visits, 105
-, delayed for passport, 107.

goes to queen, 109, 116
-, and king,116
-, Dutch surprised at preference for, 126.

appeal to Essex for queen, 116
-, alleged letter to Montagu, 122
-, in bad odour, 124, 132.

reports royalist victory at Marston Moor, 117
-, Committee incensed with, 118.

to prevent help for Gravelines, 119
-, celebrates capture of town, 127.

anxious to squeeze into peace negotiations, 122, 124
-, king wants to use, 124.

instructions reach, tenor of, 129
-, visit to king, 132, 136, 139, 143, 146, 150, 152.

parliament decides to receive, 130
-, perplexed, 131
-, refuses audience, 132
-, slighted, 134, 137.

relations to Palatine, 136
-, Charles warns queen against, 201.

landlady arrested, indignant, 143
-, explanation of, 145
-, apology, for, 146.

insistence on trade, 156, 162
-, urges another peace conference, 190.

asks audience of Houses, 162
-, refuses again, 165
-, finally has audience, 204.

incites parliament against Chevreuse, 194
-, parliament shows king's correspondence to, 201
-, haughty reply to parliament, 233.

action for Sousa, 202
-, tells Nani of applicant, 213, 214.

tries to get trade arrangement, 207
-, dissatisfaction with over levies, 267.

parliament warns that reception of prince at Paris will cause offence, 256.

recalled, 267
-, tries to enlist disbanded garrisons, 268
-, goes to meet Bellievre, 272.

Sackville, Sachevile, Thomas, of Saddlescombe, offers ships to Venice, 204.

Saddlescombe, co. Sussex, 204n.

Sagredo, Niccolo, Venetian Ambassador in Spain, despatches to Senate, 10, 109.

St. Albans, co. Herts :

Essex halts at, 38
-, bulk of army at, 44, 48, 60
-, trial of Fiennes at, 57, 62.

St. Andrews, co. Fife, Huntly advances on, 91.

St. Budeaux, co. Devon, Weldon, takes church, 240, 242.

St. George
-, George, English merchantman, trading to Zante, 199, 205
-, Sarotti tries to hire, 207.

St. Germain en Laye
-, [Seine et Oise France], Queen Henrietta at, 196, 201
-, prince of Wales at, 269, 270, 276
-, prince Maurice at, 272.

St. John, Oliver, earl of Bolingbroke, presence in parliament, 11n.

St. Malo [Ille at Vilaine, France], 26 :

store of arms at, 27, 28.

St. Michaels Mount, Mont, co. Cornwall, surrenders, 258.

St. Omer [Pas de Calais, France], Dutch to help French take, 105.

St. Ravi, Sir William de, sieur de San Ravi, the king's chief huntsman, mission to France, 4, 17.

Salisbury
-, Salsberi, co. Wilts, Waller at, 145, 146
-, king reaches, 147.

-, earl of. See Cecil, William.

Salma , capacity of ship, 177, 198, 203.

Saltash, Saltas co. Cornwall :

royalists capture, 147.

Salvetti, Amerigo, Tuscan resident in England, declines Sabran's invitation, 127.

Salwey, Richard, parliament sends to Ormonde, 289.

San Pietro , frigate, takes Rinuccini to Ireland, 221n.

Sanford, Thomas, captain of the Hope, 177.

Santhill, Santil, —, English consul at Leghorn :

fears Venetian general will detain English ships, 203
-, misgivings about Turkish attitude to hired ships, 205
-, Digby treats with, about using English ships against Turk, 287.

-, merchants at Leghorn, charter Mary Elizabeth, 63.

Sarah and Judith :

engaged for Venetian service, 198, 199, 203
-, Dragon takes cargo of, 199.

Sarotti, Giovanni Ambrogio, Venetian Resident in Florence :

despatches to the Senate, 177, 198, 199, 203, 205, 207, 212, 213, 239.

contract for ship, 198, 199.

Savoy, duchess dowager of. See Christina of Bourbon.

Say and Sele, viscount. See Fiennes, William.

Scarborough
-, co. York, Craven lands at with munitions, 115
-, Rupert goes to, 118
-, Fairfax besieges, 125.

Scarle, James, captain of the Success, 177.

Scevrosa. See Rohan, Marie de, duchess of Chevreuse.

Schietti. Vicenzo, Ragionato of the Collegio, takes gold chain to Talbot, 187, 191, 192.

Schipon, Scippon. See Skippon.

Sciatothieri. See Chateau Thierry.

Scilly Islands, island of Kil, Cil, 321 :

prince takes refuge in, 251
-, escapes from, 256
-, surrender to parliament, 284, 285.

Sciomle. See Cholmley.

Scipio , English merchantman, of London, at Leghorn, 177.

Scocardi, Dr. :

action about arrest of Bailo, 193
-, Bailo sends to Crow, 199.

Scort, George, captain of James the Scot, agreement to serve Venice with ship, 274.

Scotland, Scots, 98, 294 :

1643 :

parliament sends commissioners to, 4, 6, 39, 42
-, favourable report, 14.

last hopes rest on, 6, 9
-, Irish to set off against, 15
-, chief hopes rest on, 32, 47, 54.

no news of moving, 12
-, announce readiness to help, 19
-, slow in moving, 21, 37, 49.

commissioners in France, 14
-, French say helping England contrary to alliance, 32
-, alliance with France, 47.

Fairfax needs help, 17
-, claims of, for assistance, 25, 28
-, lords threaten if send army to England. 32.

covenant sent by, referred to synod, 19
-, sends commissioners to synod, 21.

money needed to pay, 28, 29, 53, 58, 75
-, money sent to, 37, 39, 42, 47.

fear of Irish diversion in, 30, 32
-, Widdrington raids, 32
-, plans for Irish invasion of, 39.

king annuls concessions to, 35
-, parliament will not treat without co-operation of, 41.

surprised at not hearing from parliament, 37
-, parliament hopes of dwindle, 38.

king wants regiments of, from Netherlands, 39
-, fears of besieging York, 42.

king forbids to intervene, sharp reply, 47
-, royalist party in will prevent invasion, 49, 54.

French negotiations in, 52
-, Hamilton flees from, 58
-, Hamilton's dealings with, 61.

parliament waiting for coming, 55
-, English cannot hold out without help, 58.

1644 :

prompt help for parliament certain, 61, 62
-, prospects from intervention, 65.

royal ships capture munitions for, 65
-, defeat of forces in Ireland, 66.

antipathy to in border counties, 69
-, want exchange of Lothian, 79.

declaration of, invading, 70
-, not inclined to abolish monarchy, 77.

copy of league with sent to king, 71
-, get establishment of Committe of Both Kingdoms, 73
-, share in Committee, 76.

Harcourt advocates dealing with independently, 76
-, Palatine congratulates parliament on alliance with, 79.

oppose petition of Independents, 79
-, provisions from for army, 87.

every sixth man enrolled in army, 80
-, taxes imposed in for war in Ireland, 84.

intervention fails to intimidate king, 80
-, hopes from royalists in, 85.

French resident writes on divisions in, 86
-, divisions prevent help for army, 91, 95, 100.

Argyle goes to, to appease dissensions, 96
-, disturbances in, worse, 106, 145, 148.

English of border counties invade, 98, 105
-, repulsed, 105, 108.

plan to betray York to, 108
-, opposed to deposition of king, 110, 112, 116
-, influence leaders in North, 124.

fresh royalist invasion of, 108
-, royalists of join Rupert, 111.

offer more troops to England, 114, 116
-, very short of men, 114
-, parliament's reliance on, 126.

increasing disposition for peace, 126, 164
-, modify peace articles, 128, 136.

foment rising in Ireland against truce, 128
-, Antrim invades with Irish, 128, 132, 138, 149.

desire monarchy without authority, 128, 130
-, policy with Palatine not disclosed to, 131.

policy to royal house, 131, 136
-, army returns to put down trouble in, 140, 142.

need of relief, 136
-, parliament sends envoy to guard in France, 145.

want Presbyterianism in England, 147, 155
-, opposition to, 155.

taking Newcastle gives hold over English, 150, 152
-, state intention to use coal for recouping, 153
-, temporising over, 153, 154
-, becomes more overbearing, 157.

English dislike more than other foreigners, 157
-, Cromwell ready to draw sword against, 162.

inclined to enjoy fruits of labours, 160
-, promises to, broken, 164.

king claims to treat with independently, 161
-, fresh plans to invade from Ireland, 165
-, Irish land in, 167, 170
-, fear of Irish invasion, 169.

1645 :

parliament measures to satisfy, 170, 207
-, commissioners for Uxbridge, 172, 173.

Montrose active in, 170
-, his successes in, 204, 205, 210, 211, 213
-, his defeat, 215, 217.

jealous of Mouat and Swedish offers, 171
-, fear of king escaping to, 210
-, king shut off from retreat to, 215.

king has upper land in, 190
-, hold keys of England, 202.

French decide to send minister to, 200
-, conceit at having minister, 208.

parliament sends money to, 205
-, parliament begins to despise, 221.

submit two points to parliament, 206
-, not satisfied with peace overtures, 210.

Montrose's success stimulates desire for peace, 211
-, recall troops from Ireland, 213.

proposals to English for peace 219
-, king's idea of going to 220, 221
-, Digby moving towards, 224, 226.

ready to withdraw garrisons, 227
-, some royalists join Montrose in, 228
-, Waller wishes to command troops in Venetian service, 236.

1646 :

favour milder methods with king, 240, 256
-, parliament discusses peace terms with, 254.

king proposes payment of, 243
-, king may withdraw to, 244, 254, 256, 259
-, payment of, 249.

commissioners sent to, from London, 245
-, suspicious of king treating with parliament, 253, 257.

persons sent by queen to, arrested, 248
-, king orders royalists in to lay down arms, 265, 267.

complaints against parliament, 257
-, disputes with English at London continue, 259.

reunion of king with, would suit French, 260
-, Fairfax wanted to move towards, 262.

advantage from having king in hands, 261
-, parliament's offer to for evacuation, 263.

Council of London favours against parliament, 263
-, king ready to accept terms made in conjunction with, 264
-, London advocates this, id.

wish to preserve royal name, 264
-, ask king's opinion on four points, 268.

close guard on king, 265
-, expel all who bore arms for king, 277.

Montreuil to return to, 266
-, Digby sails to, to help royalists, 281.

letters intercepted with king's reasons for going to, 266
-, deny agreements prejudicial to English, 268.

commission to settle accounts with, 270
-, question of raising money for, 283.

approve peace terms submitted, 272
-, suggest making peace independent of king, 278.

offer about evacuation, 278
-, cordial response to, id.
-, agreement upon, 279, 280, 286.

Presbyterians not anxious for evacuation, 280
-, question of payment, 291, 292, 295, 296.

suggest king going to London and treating for peace, 281
-, urge king to accept terms, 284.

French try to raise up royal party in, 285
-, more satisfied about king, 286.

Antrim holding out in, 285
-, Antrim leaves, 288.

discussion about disposal of king, 288, 292, 298, 299
-, money sent to, 296, 301
-, abandon king, 300.

1647 :

joint preparations with England against Ireland, 301, 303
-, Antrim in arms in, 310.

king's efforts to be taken to, 303, 304
-, pope fears effect of union with English, 303, 305.

parliament asks to restore Belfast, 309
-, reply upon, 311.

Colkitto active in, 313
-, Gordons reduced in, 313, 314, 317
-, last royalists reduced in, 316.

army of. See army, Scottish.

general assembly of, desires king to take covenant, 272
-, wants king admitted to London, 281.

chancellor of. See Campbell, John, earl of Loudoun.

commissioners to England. See commissioners, Scottish.

council of, Oxford parliament writes to, 83.

levies. See levies, Scottish.

Scotland, parliament of :

suggests covenant for England, 17
-, Scots called upon to serve, 19
-, offers more troops to England, 114
-, Scottish commissioners go to from London, 170
-, regulations for worship sent for approval of, 173
-, French hope to embroil with English, 200
-, forced to move by Montrose's victory, 204
-, Montrose captures several members, 211.

meeting at Glasgow, 211
-, steadfast to union with England, 226.

deputation to Westminster about army, 248
-, and adopting Presbyterianism, 249
-, accepts offer for evacuation, 285
-, to decide about disposal of king, 289.

resolves to stand solid with England, maintaining crown, 290
-, English parliament and king awaiting decisions, 291.

speech of Wariston in, 294
-, urges king to accept terms, 295, 307, 310.

final decisions of destroy king's hopes, 299
-, sent to king by deputation, 301
-, king's reply to, 302.

proposals to English parliament, 302, 303
-, friendly relations with English, 305.

reduces army, 305
-, asked to restore Belfast, 309.

seal, great, 42 :

new one issued, commissioners for, 44, 52
-, difficulties, use deferred, 47.

king's declarations upon, 52, 61
-, old one broken, Acts under made void, 273.

secretaries. See under ambassadors.

Secretaries of State
-, See Cary Lucius, viscount Falkland
-, Digby, George lord
-, Hyde, Edward
-, Nicholas, Edward
-, Windebank, Sir Francis.

-, for Scotland. See Hamilton, William, earl of Lanark.

Selby
-, co. York, Fairfax takes, 95, 96
-, Manchester advances to, 110.

self denying ordinance, the first, 174, 235 :

passed in Commons, sent to Lords, 164
-, read twice in Lords, 169.

agitation to force Lords to accept 164, 166
-, Lords resist as undermining their power, 171
-, give Commons reasons for opposing, 172
-, Lords throw out, 173
-, Cromwell's command renewed in spite of, 209.

Severn
-, River, king crosses, 110
-, Scots cross, 205.

Shelford House, co. Notts, Poyntz storms, 224.

Sherborne
-, co. Dorset, Fairfax besieges, 209
-, and takes, 210, 211.

ships :

overseers of taxes sieze in English ports, 39
-, from Scotland to France, 86
-, at Smyrna, 199
-, Sackville offers, to Venice, 204
-, fleet of arming in Holland for Charles, 219
-, Turks send to Barbary for, 227
-, Turks' effort to get foreign, 320, 322.

Biscay, attacked by pirates, 10.

Danish, brought into Thames, 7.

Dutch, drive Dunkirker into Arundel haven, 64
-, Warwick takes from Dunkirkers, 111
-, parliament stops going to king, 117
-, ambassadors' remonstrance on treatment of, 122, 130, 132, 134
-, for Venetian service, 233
-, Teran ready to fight whole Turkish fleet with, 255
-, off Newcastle, suspected of design to rescue king, 302.

-, English :

trading at Zante, 1, 134
-, bring currants into Downs, 22
-, at Cephalonia, 93.

Danes reprisals against, 7, 21, 22n, 111
-, Dutch seize at Texel, 97.

burned by pirates, 10
-, captured by ships from Denmark, 65.

king gets 40 at Dartmouth, 34
-, quarrel with French at Constantinople, 93
-, French order reprisals against, 175.

Dutch search and take money from, 130, 132
-, Sweden wants to hire, for war, 165, 167, 169, 171.

smuggling in Levant, 167
-, list of, trading at Leghorn, 177, 205, 206
-, trading to Levant, 212, 213.

Spanish objection to sending money to Flanders by, 176.

Venice hiring for war, 198, 203, 232
-, offer to Venice, 216, 221, 222.

in Venetian fleet, 200, 253, 310
-, in Venetian service, 274.

Castel Rodrigo releases on arrival of Walker, 202
-, fear of French war vessels, 213
-, from Naples 215
-, at Smyrna, 293.

pope thinks of hiring, 219, 223.

Turks demand use of, 225, 227, 239
-, Turks think of using, 266.

illicit use of by Venetian traders, 228, 230, 290.

from Constantinople, 239
-, pledge required for admission to Constantinople, 282
-, allowed to sail, 290.

Digby offers to destroy Turkish fleet with forty, 285
-, or with 24, 287.

Vizier protests against going to Venice, 291
-, Bailo hopes to get for Venetian fleet, 313.

-, Flemish :

trading at Zante, 1
-, at Constantinople, 286.

depredations of pirates on, 10
-, Venice hiring for war, 198
-, Turks think of using, 266.

-, French :

to be searched for contraband of war, 25, 27
-, remonstrance about treatment of, 129
-, English release, 130.

quarrel with English at Constantinople, 93
-, want leave to trade with royalist ports, 150
-, English treat ill, 207.

parliament. See navy.

-, Swedish :

bought by France, captured by English, 316, 317
-, restored, 318.

-, Turkish :

Maltese capture, 170, 176.

-, Venetian :

Turks want to stop masquerading as English, 282.

ships, names of. See Anna Buonaventura
-, Ark Christian
-, Buonaventure
-, Charles
-, Defence
-, Dragon
-, Edward
-, Golden Falcon or Golden Lion
-, Golden Fleece
-, Golden Fleece
-, Green Field
-, Henry
-, Hope
-, James
-, James the Scot
-, John Buonaventura
-, King David
-, Lefort or Fortezza
-, Leopard
-, London
-, Luke Buonasperanza
-, Marie
-, Marmadina
-, Mary Elizabeth
-, Mary Rose
-, Merchant
-, Merchant Exeter
-, Northumberland
-, Paragon
-, Phœnix
-, Prince
-, Rainbow
-, St. George
-, San Pietro
-, Sarah and Judith
-, Scipio
-, Success
-, Talent
-, Tiger
-, Triangle
-, William.

Shrewsbury, co. Salop :

Rupert at, for Welsh levies, 89, 100
-, king at, 112.

Sidney, Philip, viscount Lisle :

appointed viceroy of Ireland, 251.

silk :

Turks grant English reduction of duty, 59
-, English ship takes to Constantinople, 282.

silver :

Spaniards send to Flanders via England, 202.

Simons, Thomas, general factor of the Levant Co., guarantees Bromhall, 137.

Simpson
-, —, Independent minster, promotes petition for toleration, 78
-, Scots' silence, 79.

Sirvela, count of, Spanish ambassador at Rome, quarrel with Digby, 199.

Sisiter. See Cirencester.

Skippon, Schipon, Scippon, Philip :

sent to recover Newport Pagnell, 38
-, made governor of Newcastle, 296
-, to command forces in Ireland, 313
-, troops object to, 315
-, accepts command, 316
-, assures troops of satisfaction, 317, 318
-, parliament stops taking money to army, 321.

Skipton, Skippon, co. York :

falls to parliament, 231, 238, 241.

Sligo, co. Sligo. Ireland :

defeat of Catholics, at 231, 234.

Smyrna, Anatolia :

news from, 199.

English ships leaving for, 205, 206, 212, 274.

English ships at, 227, 293
-, great increase of English trade at, 268.

rich ships trading at, 265
-, Crow sends to fetch English merchants from, 268
-, Turks want to use foreign ships at for transporting troops, 320, 322.

Somerset :

activity of clubmen in, 205, 208
-, Cromwell defeats, 209.

Somerset
-, Edward, earl of Glamorgan, signs treaty of Kilkenny, 217n
-, Charles disowns, 246
-, asserts had king's instructions, 248.

-, Henry, earl of Worcester, Uster, brought prisoner to London, 291.

Sophia Amalia, sister of duke of Luneburg, marriage to Frederick of Denmark, 13.

Soptanton. See Southampton.

Soranzo, Giacomo, esecutore contra bestemmie, 191.

Soranzo, Giovanni, Venetian Bailo at Constantinople :

despatches to the Senate, 59, 83, 92, 93, 191, 193, 199, 215, 219, 225, 227, 228, 230, 253, 265, 269, 273, 282, 286, 290, 291, 293, 310, 313, 320, 322.

Crow's strange behaviour to, 191, 199, 253
-, advises Delahaye to support Crow against merchants, 269
-, English merchants appeal to, 274
-, Crow appeals to, 293
-, cultivates Crow to get ships for fleet, 313
-, efforts to prevent Turks using foreign ships, 320, 322.

Sound, the, 7 :

English ships seized in, 21
-, proposed alliance to take from Denmark, 171.

Soure. See Souvray, Jacques de.

Sousa, Antonio de, Portuguese resident in England :

sends away priests, 58
-, celebrates victory over Spaniards, 116
-, Sabran invites to banquet, 127
-, advises Sabran to resist arrest of landlady, 143
-, in trouble through disclosures from royal papers, 198, 200
-, letters detained, 201
-, expelled, 202, 204
-, refused pass to take leave of king, 246, 247.

Southampton, Soptanton, co. Hants :

king besieges, 25
-, Hopton marching on, 60
-, Waller at, facing Hopton, 88
-, Essex at collecting troops, 140.

-, earl of. See Wriothesley, Thomas.

Souvray, Jacques de, commander of the order of Malta, the commendatore Soure, receives Queen Henrietta at Fontainebleau, 150.

Spain and Spaniards, 95, 290 :

great trade of Bristol with, 6
-, courtesy extended to Prince Charles in, 270.

partisans of in ascendant in king's Council, 4, 7, 33, 40, 48, 61, 66, 76.

Orange suspected of relations with, 5
-, no preparations for new campaign, 96.

plate fleet reaches, 15
-, communicate Boisivon's letter to de Vic, 86
-, parliament pleased at recognition by, 111.

Portuguese claim victory over, 116
-, Agostini suspected of partiality to, 127.

fear of English helping at Gravelines, 117
-, parliament will not interfere for, 120.

negotiations of Dutch and, 125
-, French suspect understanding between parliament and, 158
-, French plans against in Flanders, 163.

French policy to prevent parliament from favouring, 163
-, Chevreuse protests devotion to, 194.

French cut off from Dunkirk, 202
-, English may help save Dunkirk for, 229.

ministers apologise for not receiving Walker, 206
-, parliament sends envoys to, 253.

money required for Bouillon's levy, 220
-, Rubati's service in, 257.

deluded over levy in England, 245, 250
-, agent of expelled from Ireland, 247.

ship laded at Venice for, 247
-, parliament contemplates helping in Flanders, 260
-, French suspicious about, 263, 267, 272.

efforts to move Dutch and English against French, 284
-, results of peace with France, 304.

Mazarin complains of obstructing peace in empire, 297
-, disbanded forces in Netherlands enter service of, 300.

competition for disbanded troops, 308
-, parliament favours before France, 311, 320.

Castel Rodrigo sending Irish levies from Flanders to, 314
-, possible English help to recover Dunkirk for, 316.

Venetian instructions to representative in, 266.

king of. See Philip IV.

queen of. See Isabella.

Spencer, Henry earl of Sunderland, slain at Newbury, 27.

Spenser, William, captain of the Anna Buonaventnra :

agreement to serve Venice, 252.

Ssalih Pasha, Grand Vizier of Turkey :

English merchants summon Crow to appear before, 269
-, receives Lancelot as merchants' representative, 273.

Crow cannot get audience of, 269
-, Crow tries to discredit merchants with, 274
-, doubtful about king's letter, 292
-, declines to deliver it, 293.

asks for new English ambassador to be sent, 282
-, profits by quarrel, 292
-, extortion by, 322.

protests against ships going to Venice, 291
-, threatens English merchants if ships serve Venice, 310.

Stamford, earl of. See Grey, Henry.

Stanhope, Anne, widow of John Holles, earl of Clare, at Paris, 245.

Stapleton
-, Stapliton, Sir Philip, Essex sends to London, 128
-, asks support of another army, 129.

States. See Netherlands.

Staun. See Stow on the Wold.

steel, penalty for taking to Constantinople, 226.

Steven, John, captain of the London, 177.

Stirling, co. Stirling, Scotland :

parliament leaves for, Perth. 204n.

Stow on the Wold
-, Staun, co. Gloucester, Essex at, 18
-, Astley defeated at, 252.

Strait, the. See Gibraltar.

Strathbogie, Strabolgy, co. Aberdeen, castle, Middleton takes, 314.

Strickland, Stricland, Strichlandt, Walter, parliament envoy to the Dutch :

suggests embassy, 26
-, to suggest alliance to Dutch, 42
-, Goring to thwart, 49
-, treats with province of Holland alone, 78
-, ordered to make merchants take covenant, 84.

Stuart, James, duke of Richmond :

king sends to parliament, 161, 164
-, reception, 166
-, peace propaganda, 168
-, returns to Oxford, 168, 170
-, king asks pass for, 231
-, submits to parliament, sent to Warwick, 259.

Stuart line, books appear against, 295.

subsidies, 29 :

vote for ten, value, 11
-, city urged to collect, payment delayed, 21.

Success , English merchantman, of Plymouth, at Leghorn, 177.

Suffolk, earl of. See Howard, James.

sugar, cargo of, 111.

Sunderland
-, co. Durham, Scots in difficulties near, 87
-, Newcastle garrison raids, 106
-, Scots marching on, 116.

-, earl of. See Spencer, Henry.

Suriano, —, Venetian secretary :

sent to England for ships and men, 232
-, starts, 235
-, instructions to, 237
-, finds difficulties, caution, 241
-, negotiations of, 244-6, 248
-, returns, report, 250.

Surrey, county, trained bands from to join Essex, 18.

Sussex, county :

Hopton marching through, 37
-, Waller sent towards, 38
-, Balfour in, 84
-, king's cavalry in, 159
-, Goring moves to, 172
-, royalist activity in, 174.

- duke of. See Rupert.

Swanley, Captain, R.N., reports capture of Irish commissioners, 174n.

Sweden and the Swedes :

delegate of, at Munster, 5
-, preference for female sovereign, 13
-, Hamilton assisted against emperor, 145.

emperor's success against, 15
-, invasion of Denmark, 66
-, parliament encourages against Denmark, 97
-, peace with Denmark, 167, 219.

offers alliance to parliament, 165, 167, 169, 171, 175
-, queen warns France about, 168
-, alliance with unlikely, 174
-, Brandenburg urged not to surrender Pomerania to, 297.

-, king of. See Gustavus, Adolphus.

-, queen of. See Christina.

- ships of. See under ships.

synod. See Assembly of Divines.



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