Jaersvelt, Vangalen's flagship, wrecked, 26.
-, king of Great Britain, Dutch redeemed cautionary towns from, 103
-, penal laws against papists revived, 179
-, Cromwell thinks France dangerous because of relationship to, 184.
James, duke of York, talk of using to draw Irish from Spanish to French service, 80.
Jask, Jasques, Persia, East Indiamen captured off, 105n.
Jersey, Zerze, Channel Islands, report from that Lilburne put to death, 217.
-, Jessupp, Isup, Ralph, offers levy of Irish to Venice, 123
-, terms, 123-4
-, declined as demands excessive, 135, 147.
-, William, clerk of the Council, paper signed by, 213.
Jesuits, banished from England, 9.
jewels, brought by East India fleet, 148.
Jews, Plaiter has letters of marque against, 170.
John II Casimir, king of Poland, Radziciowski flees from, 103.
John IV, duke of Braganza, king of Portugal :
Spain informed of peace with, 47
-, compensation claimed from, 101.
buys English peace with cash, 107
-, will not accept bills for payment of indemnity, 128
-, difficulties about signing treaty overcome, 223.
Sweden recognises as king, 256.
John, Don, of Austria, Viceroy of Sicily :
Irish try to get into their hands, 113
-, commission to Col. Plaiter to go privateering for Spain, 170.
talk of marriage to a daughter of Cromwell, 254.
Jongestal, Giongstal, Allart Pieter, deputy of Friesland, Dutch commissioner to England :
-, leaves for Hague, to report, 115
-, speedy return doubted, 118
-, said to be returning with fuller powers, 138, 141
-, expected daily, 143
-, arrived, 144
-, mutiny at time of arrival, 145-6.
States recall, 245
-, on bad terms with colleagues, has leave to return, 272.
Joyce, Lt-Col. George, sent to Tower, 133.
-, oppose reform of laws, 30
-, called before Council about Lilburne, 122
-, dealing with Pantaleone case, 156.
Julius Caesar, Dutch ship, part in Leghorn battle, 45.
Justice, High Court of :
establishment of, 118
-, nomination of members delayed, 155.
to enforce payment of forced loan, 119
-, subservience will be increased by, 121
-, powers of, 155-6
-, to try those concerned in plot against Cromwell, 230
-, opens sittings, mere formalities, 233
-, prisoners brought before, 236.
Pantaleone Sa may be tried by, 237
-, has Gerard and Vowel executed, trying others, 239
-, Cromwell accused for setting up, 282.