Jamaica, island of, West Indies:
-, Spaniards hope to frighten parliament into giving up, 75; English unwilling to restore, 164; peace made without agreement for restoration, 193.
-, Bennet makes no difficulty about restoration, 181; Spaniards trust to good faith of Charles about, 192.
-, nothing said about in peace, 197; Batteville treating of with commissioners, 221, 223, 229; he puts aside question of, 246.
-, English set up warehouse at, 197; costly and useless, 200; Spaniards would be satisfied with restitution of, 221.
-, question of incorporating with crown discussed in parliament, 200; Charles succeeded in getting question postponed, 212; Charles promises shall not be incorporated, 221.
-, English ministers demanding money for restitution, 250; Spaniards look for restitution with Parma marriage, 281.
-, ships taking provisions to maintain and fortify, 250.
James I, king of Great Britain:
-, officials required to renounce line of, 68, 108.
-, statue of, in Exchange, cleaned, 132; religious system of revived, 201.
James, son of Charles I, duke of York, Jorch, 293.
-, Charles sets out with, towards Spain, 69; offered admiralship of Spanish fleets, 129; Charles thanks king for, 139.
-, said to have become a Catholic, 129; Philip invites to Spain, 150.
-, Dutch send respects to, 149; Giavarina pays respects to, 155, 174, 177, 182; he asks credentials for, 165.
-, sails for England with king, 153; lands at Dover, 155; emulation in feting, 170.
-, takes seat in parliament, 157; commissions of for privateers annulled, 168.
-, Pölnitz brings credentials for, 164; letter of Senate to, 172, 181; letter to Senate, 175.
-, gentleman of, sent to French Court, 181; speaks highly of Morosini, 182.
-, question of title of Royal Highness and style of Venice, 188, 197, 206, 208, 211, 217; Alefelt has audience of, 194; French ministers visit, 196.
-, behaviour of Mediterranean squadron matter that concerns, 189; instructions of, for squadron, id.; has la Coste put off ship for Constantinople, 208.
-, parliament makes provision for, 195; resigns Spanish Admiralship, 239.
-, goes to meet princess of Orange, 198, 203; driven back by storm, returns to London, 201.
-, distress at brother's death, 201; attends banquet by prince de Ligne, 205.
-, Ligne takes leave of, 205; goes with king and Batteville to see Hyde, 265.
-, Anne Hyde with child by, denies promise of marriage, 210, 212; parliament sure to deal with affair, 212; Haro speaks about, 217; king tells that cannot draw back, 228; king's marriage necessary because of, 243.
-, goes to meet mother, 213; did not accompany her on departure, 237.
-, will live with duchess at palace, 228; Spaniards concerned at king overlooking marriage, 241; Louis sends congratulations to, 249.
-, high esteem of much diminished, 228; suffering from fluxion of eyes, 237.
-, active part in suppressing Fifth Monarchy rising, 239, 240. marriage referred to, 262, 269, 281.
-, company of allowed to go to Dunkirk, 264.
-, secretary of. See Coventry, William.
James, son of duke of York by Anne Hyde, duke of Cambridge, 282.
-, birth, 212; christened, king godfather, 228; king's marriage necessary because of, 243; death, 293; Jermyn to inform French Court of, 294.
James, state ship, put in commission, 31n.
Jermyn, Germen, Jermin, Henry lord, later earl of St. Albans, later English ambassador in France:
-, sent to treat with Mazarin at Dax, 93; treats with him, without profit, 96.
-, at Court about Orange and to get help for Charles, 111; goes to make report to queen, 113.
-, returns to Brussels with assurances from Louis, 129; in London, 168; expected back, 191.
-, going to fetch queen, 168, 208, 221; leaves for Paris, 177; arranging for queen's return, 181.
-, back from France, informs king of affairs, 196; going back with queen, 242.
-, to have full powers to arrange marriage of princess Henrietta, 221, 223, 242; protests to about dowry, promises arrangement, 253; powers not sufficient, 270.
-, state entry of, 253, 264; upset about brawls at, 264; staying at Cardinal's palace with queen, 270; attending on queen at Colombes, 294.
-, explains to Grimani attitude to Turks, 270; speaks of outrage of Tunis corsairs, 285.
-, does not believe in Portuguese match, 270, 285; expected to inform court about the marriage, 299.
-, to inform court of death of York's son, 294; arrives at court sees king privately, 309.
-, king remonstrates with about behaviour of Dunkirk garrison, 299; reports king's remonstrances, 306.
-, Henry, nephew of earl of St. Albans, sent by duke of York to pay respects at Paris, 181.
Jersey, state ship, sent to Mediterranean, 73n, 120n.
Jerusalem, Palestine, Winchelsea aspires to protection of holy places of, 269.
Jesuits, two at Madrid, for England, about peace, 104.
-, See Talbot, Father Pierre.
-, Mazarin leaves all his most precious to king, including diamond sold by King Charles, 252.
-, Charles sends as wedding present to sister Henrietta, 263; Monsieur presents her with quantity of, 274.
-, Dutch would give with princess of Nassau, 283.
-, great display of, at coronation celebrations, 287.
-, English ship at Genoa with cargo of, 308.
John Casimir II, king of Poland, regard for Venice, 61.
John, Don, of Austria, Don Giovanni, treaty signed by Charles with, promising restitution of Dunkirk and Jamaica, 238; reported invasion of Portugal by, 296.
John George II, elector of Saxony, mission of Collalto to, 240; inclined to ally himself with Savoy, 291.
Jones, Giles, Egidio Gionas, English consul at Venice, admission recommended, 221; king informed about, 227, 238.
-, appointed by king, 221–2.
signs notification to foreign ministers, 22.
a Presbyterian, returned to parliament, for London, 272.
-, Col. Philip, deputed commissioner for Ireland, 28, 33; arrested, 107.
Jorch. See James, duke of York.
Jubilee, recently proclaimed, Giavarina's chapel decorated for, 279.
Juxon, William, bishop of London, nominated archbishop of Canterbury, 201; Charles crowned by, 286.