Hague [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands]:
-, Charles did not sail from, 67; Dutch invite Charles to, from Breda, 149.
-, Downing sent to take part in negotiations with Portugal at, 305; Downing arrives at, 307.
-, treaty of:
English make difficulty about accepting, 19; English deputies informed Charles X of, 73.
Charles X refused to agree to, 87; Dutch mean to act against Swedes for not accepting, 160.
Hamburg, German Empire:
-, news from, 55.
-, letters of credence from, 36n; envoy from to congratulate Charles, 207.
-, parliament's manner of dealing with minister of, 67.
Hampshire, state ship, put in commission, 31n.
Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, proposal to sell, 25; Court diverting itself at, 295.
Hannam, Willoughby, appointed to command Kentish, 31n.
Hannibal, English ship, captain gives bad account of treatment by Venice, 232.
Harding. See Hawarden.
Haren, William van, Dutch commissioner for the Sound:
-, insists on separating Denmark from emperor, 49; establishes truce with Denmark, Sweden and Brandenburg, 55; urges Denmark to pursue peace negotiations with Sweden, 82.
-, submits terms of peace to Sweden, 82; dissensions with English and French, 150; urged to resume negotiations, 160.
Harlay, Philip de, comte de Cesy, French ambassador at Constantinople, English claims for paying debts of, 49.
Harley, Col. Edward, appointed governor of Dunkirk, 159.
Haro, Don Luis de, Don Luigi, Don Luis, d'Haros, minister and favourite of Philip IV:
-, conference with Mazarin on frontier, 52, 63; Lockhart deals with, 67; admits Lockhart to negotiations at Mazarin's instance, 75.
-, shuts his ears to Lockhart's suggestion of negotiations, 69; Lockhart very coldly received by, 78; treated Lockhart with great courtesy, 98; received Lockhart at Fuentarabia, 193.
-, receives Charles with great honour at Fuentarabia, 82; received son of marquis de los Balbases in mistake for Charles, 85.
-, uses arts to commit France against England, 91; Walter Montagu goes to inform of restoration, 147.
-, will favour adjustment with England according to relations with Portugal, 152; treating for English ships against Portugal, 175.
-, Cardenas a creature of, 164; Bennet has long and frequent conferences with, 178.
-, speaks of peace with England, 192; has no misgivings about Charles supporting Portugal, 193.
-, remarks on rumour of marriage between Charles and Mazarin's niece, 206; speaks of unbecoming marriage of York and probable turmoil in England, 217.
-, says will take thousands to get Dunkirk and Jamaica out of English hands, 212; outbreak against ingratitude of Charles, 227.
-, Anjou told that meant to have princess Henrietta, 218.
-, Bennet retorts to secretary of, who tells him, 227–8.
-, resents English confidence that Spain must put up with what they choose, 261; exclaims against shameful proposals of Portugal, 271; attributes all the trouble to Hyde, 281.
-, gave Bennet present of scents etc. for Charles, 274.
-, juntas held at house of, following news of Portuguese match, 303.
Harrington, Capt. Christopher, privateers with Swedish patents, takes Dutch ship, 34.
Harrison, Thomas, Major-General, executed as regicide, 207.
Haselrig. See Heselrig.
Havre de Grace [Seine Inferieure, France], queen Henrietta crosses to, 223, 237, 242.
Hawarden, Harding, co. Flint, captured by rebels, 55; Lambert reduces to submission, 64.
Haye, M. de la, French ambassador at the Porte:
-, Bendish speaks with great contempt of, 123; Bendish defeats over matter of Sta. Maria, 124; aversion of Bendish for, 154.
-, reports Bendish treating for alliance with Turks, 123; wants blazed abroad, 145.
-, hostility of Vizier to, 136; heard nothing from Bendish about restoration, 180.
-, Winchelsea says can serve Venice better than, 169; Winchelsea informed that Venetian affairs at Porte entrusted to, 257.
-, imprisoned, Bendish befriends, curt response, 234; Ballarino informs about English ship, says cannot be denied, 252.
Hedwig Leonora of Holstein Gottorp, queen mother of Sweden, appointed regent, 130; ministers present letters of credence from, 132.
Heidelberg [Baden, German Empire], Correr and Morosini welcomed at, 307.
Heitersheim, Heytershem [Baden, German Empire], letters dated at, 272n.
Henchman, Humphrey, bishop of Salisbury, consecrated in Abbey, 214.
Hender. See Hindon.
Henrietta Anne, daughter of Charles I:
-, king and Court set out to meet with mother, 213, 214; parliament votes 10.000l. for, 217; question of dowry a difficulty, 218, 253.
-, leaving with mother for France, 221, 225, 237; moves to St. James's palace for safety, 231.
-, Savoy inquires if too late to ask for, 229.
-, Charles leaves at Portsmouth, falls ill of measles, 242; detained by weather, 244; was dangerously ill, 269.
-, sails from Portsmouth, 246; arrival in France, 260.
-, Charles sends jewels to, for wedding present, 263.
-, duchess of Anjou, Madame:
letter of Senate to, 284.
jewels presented to, by bride-groom, 274; Grimani to pay respects to, 285; returns from Colombes, 299.
-, -, marriage of. See under marriage.
Henrietta Maria, queen of England:
-, pressure to get support of France for restoration of Charles, 22; French not committed in any way to, 43.
-, not considered suitable wife for emperor, 26; Charles sees on way back to Brussels, 95–6.
-, sends Jermyn and Walter Montagu to treat with Mazarin at Dax, 93; sends them to court about Orange and help for Charles, 111; they go to report to, 113.
-, Mlle. d'Orleans always cultivated confidence of, 147; taking waters of Barbon, 164.
-, daughter Henrietta brought up as Catholic by, 150; letters of Senate to, 166, 172, 181.
-, talk of bringing to England, 159, 164; Jermyn to fetch, 168, 177, 181, 191, 208; Jermyn informs king of, 196.
-, parliament votes restoration of revenues, 159, 181; parliament vote for needs of, 164; parliament settling revenues of, 167.
-, Giavarina asks credentials for, 165; credentials sent, 172.
-, Grimani to pay respects to, 166; receives ambassadors, 216; Soissons has frequent consultations with, 218.
-, France wishes to hasten to England, to smoothe matters, 178; leaves Paris with princess, 213.
-, promotes marriage of daughter to Anjou, 196, 209, 219; Charles may agree to, to please, 209.
-, king and brother start to meet, 213–4; reaches London, acclamations at entry, 215.
-, upset about York's marriage, 213.
-, promises good offices for help to Venice, 216; Giavarina to cultivate, 225; Giavarina offers condolences to, 238.
-, declared enemy of Hyde, 217, 237; strongly opposed to marriage of James and Anne Hyde, 228; refused to see Anne, 237.
-, returning to Paris for daughter's nuptials, 218, 221, 225; promises to forward marriage of daughter to Anjou and of son to Mancini, 219; king persuades to delay departure, 223.
-, will not move while daughter ill, 231; feels loss severely, leaving at once, 235.
-, declares if stays in England will soon end her days, 235; leaves, king sees off, 237; went to Portsmouth, 240.
-, persuaded by Mazarin to recognise and receive Anne, 237; Anne will live at palace when gone, 238.
-, sails from Portsmouth, but driven back, 242; detained by weather, 244; sails again, 246.
-, arrival in France, 249; Grimani to pay respects to, 260; Grimani does so, 269.
-, laments misfortunes and son's marriage, 269; promises to sign ratification of marriage treaty, if not arrived from king, 270; at daughter's wedding, 274.
-, dwelling at Cardinal's palace, 270; Jermyn waiting on at Colombes, 294.
-, satisfied with son's marriage but hoped it would be Mlle. d'Orleans, 299.
Henry VIII, king of England, 190.
Henry, son of James I, title used by, for Venice, 211, 217.
Henry, son of Charles I, duke of Gloucester:
-, Dutch send respects to, 149; Giavarina pays respects to, 155, 174, 177, 182; he asks credentials for, 168; letters of Senate to, 172, 181.
-, sails for England with king, 153; lands at Dover, 155.
-, takes seat in parliament, 157; emulation in feting, 170.
-, Pölnitz brings credentials for, 164; question of title of Royal Highness for, 188; Alefelt has audience of, 194.
-, parliament votes provision for, 195; ill of smallpox, 196; dies, 198; mourning for, 201, 235; condolences for, 201, 204, 208–9, 216.
-, king's distress at death, 198; York's distress, 201; queen refers to, 269.
-, buried privately, 201; friends and allies not informed of death, 224.
herring fishery, council of trade studying to deprive Dutch of, 274.
Hertford, marquis of. See Seymour, William.
Heselrig, Haselrig, Hesilrig, Sir Arthur:
-, signs notification to foreign ministers, 22; made joint lieutenant-general, 79; chosen commissioner for army, 118.
-, council of state receives evidence against, 130; sent to Tower, 173.
Hesse Darmstat, Frederick of, Cardinal of Hesse, Grande Prior of Knights of Malta in Germany, appeal to Charles against encroachments of Dutch, 272.
Heytershem. See Heitersheim.
Hide. See Hyde.
High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.
Hindon, Hender, co. Wilts, Hyde takes title of, 229.
Hobson, Obson, John, English consul at Venice, appointed by Trinity House, 221.
Holland, Province of, Netherlands:
-, letters from, 153, 197.
-, English ambassadors reported in, for alliance, 55; representations to, to have Nieuport removed, 165.
-, wants to be head of embassy to England, 165; princess of Nassau has great revenues in, 283; Thiepolo and Vidman returning via, 293.
-, See also Netherlands.
Honeywood, Sir Robert:
-, appointed commissioner to the Sound, 30, 35.
-, negotiations etc.See under commissioners for the Sound.
Hoorn, Symon van, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England:
-, expected, 207; arrived but remains incognito, 213.
-, public entry and first audience, 217; private audience, 218; offers present, 219; waiting for parliament to dissolve, 229.
-, can arrive at no conclusion, 245; complains of delays, 274.
-, Charles informs of intention to offer mediation with Portugal, 258; sends word to colleagues in Spain of Portugal match, 293–4; congratulates king on, 297.
-, absent from coronation because of Brandenburg ministers, 286.
Horse sand, London aground on, 242.
-, great mortality among, in army, 7. seized in London, names of owners taken, 42, 54.
-, Pölnitz buys for elector of Brandenburg, 177.
-, from Naples, at Madrid, eight sent to Bennet, 236.
Horse, Master of the, Monk appointed, 156.
Hosie, George, captain of the Frigate Madonna, going to Venice, 302.
Houmalda, Humalda, Philip van, Dutch ambassador in Spain, reports Charles's offer of mediation with Portugal, 282; informed from London of Portuguese match, 293–4.
household, the royal:
-, king busy over formation of, 159, 161; parliament considering revenue to render possible, 163.
-, confusion owing to numerous claims, 161; not yet ordered for lack of money, 217.
-, -, treasurer of. See Cornwallis, Sir Frederick.
Householders, Bill for, to give an account of lodgers etc., 52.
Howard, Lord Charles, Colonel Charles, Committee of Safety orders release of, 90; presents memorial to Monk promising obedience of army, 138.
-, Elizabeth (née Stuart), dowager countess of Arundel, appointed persons to take charge of son (Arundel), 83; Senate wishes to know if consents to removal, 87; opposed to removal, 88; satisfied with earl's situation, 107.
-, Henry Frederick, earl of Arundel, 107n.
-, -, Henry son of, said to be keeping brother (Arundel) out of England, 73; maintains earl at Padua. 107; Giavarina to cultivate, 153.
presents Giavarina to king at Canterbury, 155; ready to serve Venice, 156; introduced Giavarina at audience, 216.
in great credit at Court, 156; got vote for dukedom of Norfolk by tact and prudence, 227.
likely to be made earl marshal, 227.
-, Lady Mary, daughter of the earl of Berks, sent to the Tower, 53.
-, Thomas, earl of Berkshire, 53.
-, Thomas, earl of Arundel, Arondel, 78, 113, 155, 216, 220.
parliament orders to be brought to England, 73; Venice asked to secure until fetched, 75–6, 87–8; not fit to be moved, 83, 108.
decision to secure estates of, 75; action about stopped by dismissal of parliament, 85, 95.
instructions to Rectors of Padua about, 82, 87; report of Rectors upon, 83, 96.
estates in hands of trustees during indisposition of, 96; question of unlikely to be raised again, 107, 123.
-, William, earl of Stafford, trouble about Arundel due to malice of, 107.
Hubert, Justus de, Dutch ambassador in France, Grimani to cultivate best relations with, 285.
Hudson, Robert, captain of the Smyrna Factor, 251n.
Huguenots, French recall help given by Charles I to, 44.
Hull, co. York, lord Bellasis made governor of, 170.
-, governor of.See Bellasis, John, lord; Overton, Col. Robert.
Humalda. See Houmalda.
Hungary, set upside down by Kiuprili, 136; emperor likely to need German troops in, 307; emperor asks Munster for troops for, 308.
hunting, king invited to, 170; king's enjoyment of, 173; Charles away for, 191; king entertains prince de Ligne with, 205.
Hyde, Hide, Anne, duchess of York:
-, with child by York, says promised marriage, 210; gives birth to son, 212.
-, parliament certain to take up case, 212; nothing said about, 228.
-, queen much upset about, 213; queen refused to see, but reconciled to through Mazarin's influence, 237.
-, king takes side of, tells brother cannot draw back, 228; Spaniards concerned at king countenancing marriage, 241.
-, takes place as royal princess, 237; will take up abode at palace, 238.
-, marriage referred to, 249, 262; father manœuvring in interest of, 272, 281.
-, Edward, lord chancellor, later earl of Clarendon:
recommends bill of indemnity to lords, 158; informs parliament of permission to adjourn, 195.
in great authority, 170; king does nothing without advice of, 206; king much attached to, 228.
grudge against Spaniards for ill-treatment in exile, 193, 282, 295; uncomplimentary Spanish criticism of, likely to have bad effect, 282.
speech of, about navigation and other acts, receiving royal assent, 200; tells house king determined session shall end, 230.
well disposed to Venice, 206; Giavarina to secure good will of for help, 215.
not in good health, 208; queen's dislike of, 237; jealous of Bristol, 259; got him recalled, 262.
means to uphold rights of daughter, 210; trying to hush matter up, 212; suspected of having hand in matter, 217.
created baron Hyde of Hindon, talk of dukedom for, 229.
speech at dissolution, tells of conspiracy, 237.
Mello sees king at house of, 258; has great presents from Mello, 266.
changes mind about Parma match and supports Portuguese, 259, 262; Batteville points out Bristol sent with consent of 262, 265; Parma marriage opposed by, 279.
said to have invented report of mediation to alarm Batteville, 259; king brings about reconciliation with Batteville, 265.
interest to keep king unwedded, 262, 271; manœuvring in interest of daughter, 271–2, 281.
confined to house with gout, 265; becomes more favourable to Spain as sees people inclined to, 266; knows that Portuguese marriage unpopular, 295.
brings forward new proposal, for Mlle. d'Orleans, 271; Haro calls stern and opposed to genius of king, 281; the one who does everything, 305.
orders everything at Tower for king's reception, before coronation, 286.
speech to parliament on Portuguese match, 291; marriage arranged solely at caprice of, 295; Spain may propose conditions to, to upset marriage, 305.
spoke very sharply of king of Spain, in parliament, 292.
-, Frances (née Aylesbury), wife of Edward Hyde, concealed daughter's condition cleverly, bears out her claims of promise of marriage, 210.
-, Ider, Henry, English consul in the Morea, Bendish anxious because of treatment of, 234.