-, Monk disarms all, 119; fear of insurrection of, 125; evidence of plot by, 130; Lambert's escape connected with plot of, 139; many arrested, 141.
-, disconsolate and abusive over restoration, 146; king has no reason to trust, 231.
quarantine, Poole complains of being detained for, 133.
queen mother, of England. See Henrietta Maria.
-, of France. See Anne of Austria.
-, of Sweden. See Hedwig Leonora.
Quirini, Querini, Giacomo, Venetian ambassador in Spain:
-, despatches to the Senate, 91, 98, 102, 104, 132, 139, 150, 152, 160, 162–3, 167, 169, 172, 175, 178, 181, 186, 190, 192, 197, 202, 206, 212, 217, 222, 227, 236, 238, 241, 247, 250, 253–4, 257, 261, 264, 271, 273, 276, 281.
-, instructions to, 260, 267.
-, report about marriage sent to Giavarina, 294.
Raby, co. Durham, Vane banished to, 110.
Ragusa [Dalmatia], news from, 43.
Rainbow, English merchantman, captured by Barbary corsairs, 247; plundered and let go, 247, 263.
Ramadhan, Dey of Algiers, Pasha of Algiers:
-, demand upon, for release of Inchiquin and his son, 137; harsh reply to demands, 202.
-, claims right to search English ships, 228, 247, 266; refuses to renew treaty, 247; threatens war, 266,; Charles will not agree to claims of, 290, 298.
Rand, William, captain of the Angel,36.
-, claim against Venetian officers, 37, 232–3.
Reede, Rheede, Godefried Adriaan van, Dutch ambassador in Spain, reports Charles's offer of mediation with Portugal, 282; informed from London of Portugal match, 293–4.
Reformation, merchantman, captured when taking currants from Zante, 133; restitution granted, 186; restitution claimed by virtue of peace, 257, 258n.
regicides, the late king's judges:
-, parliament votes imprisonment and confiscation of goods, 148; efforts to secure, 151.
-, seven to be executed, 148, 158, 161; differences between Houses over, 157, 190.
-, twenty to suffer confiscation and banishment, 161; list of, completed, 163; lords increase number to, 72, 179.
-, excepted from act of indemnity, 193; sentence to be pronounced, 204, 207; all petition for pardon, 207; king leaves London to avoid petitions, 209.
-, prices put on heads of those not caught, 204; parliament sets up committee to deal with those who surrendered, 218.
-, trial of, two confess, one executed, 207; 28 found guilty, 10 executed, 10 reprieved, 209, 212.
-, those surrendered likely to suffer execution, 218; parliament decides to keep faith with, appoints committee for, 226.
-, Bennet says Spaniards allowed to escape, 228; Scottish rebels to be punished in same way as, 256.
Relief, Galilee's ship, 269n.
religious. See priests.
reprisal, letters of. See marque, letters of.
residents. See under ambassadors.
Retz, Cardinal de. See Gondi, Jean François Paul de.
Reuter. See Ruyter.
Rheede. See Reede.
Rhenish league, movements of Swedes stir jealousy of, 308.
Richelieu, Cardinal. See Duplessis, Armand.
Richmond, duchess of. See Stuart, Mary.
-, duke of. See Stuart, Charles; Stuart, Esmé; Stuart, James.
Riley, Henry, English consul at Aleppo, captured by Tunis pirates, indignation, 281; Jermyn refers to case of, 285.
Ripperda, Henry, van Fernsum, 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.
-, king 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.
Robartes, Robert, John lord, 190.
-, appointed lord deputy of Ireland, 185.
Roberto. See Rupert.
Robinson, John, alderman:
-, thanks Monk, assures him of support of city, 139; made lieutenant of the Tower, 170.
-, created a baronet, 170.
-, Luke, parliament sends to meet Monk, 112; keeps close watch on Monk, 114; introduces Monk, in parliament, 115.
-, Robert, captain of the Preston, brought in Messinese ship, 120n, 169n.
Rochelle. See La Rochelle.
Rochester, co. Kent, Charles proceeded to, 155.
-, threat to have fathers of Sta. Maria sent in irons to, 124.
-, courier sent to, for dispensation for Monsieur's marriage, 253; dispensation arrives from, 270.
Rosenwing, Henry Wishelme, Danish deputy extraordinary in England:
-, unable to obtain audience, 9; presents memorial, pledges recognition of government, 31.
-, outrage on by troops, 20; complains to Fleetwood, 21, Giavarina to follow example, 32.
-, commissioners appointed for, 32; Giavarina to consult with about presenting credentials, 87.
-, left in charge on departure of Petkum, 36; has new credentials, council to receive, 43; council gives audience to, 46, 67.
-, says hopes of agreement fading, 73; celebrates king's proclamation, 146; expenditure on rejoicings at king's entry, 156; expenditure on gratuities, 175.
-, expecting fresh credentials, 171; has audience without, 174.
-, information to Giavarina, 204; waiting for dissolution of parliament, 229.
Royal Highness, use of title, 197, 211, 217.
royalists, malignants, king's supporters, 30.
-, come from Flanders, hold meetings near London, 8; proclamation expected against, 9; proclamation banishing from London, 15, 20; houses searched for, 20; edict in preparation against, 42; order for expulsion, 45.
-, risings of, in Highlands and islands of Scotland, 35; reported capture of Bristol, 51.
-, standing together with Presbyterians, 42; great provision of arms and. horses made by, 48.
-, officers enriched by goods of, against restoration, 45; committee of safety to call to account, 86.
-, Presbyterians and Independents at one with in favouring Stuart cause, 50, 53; risings in more than one of the counties, 52.
-, important for to have seaport, for help from Flanders, 53; capture Chester, constant accessions and further successes, 55.
-, London not altogether hostile to, 54; claim that king's interests will still take a favourable turn, 63.
-, some of bravest officers put to sea, but driven back, 58; make overtures to Lambert but no sign of help except from foreign forces, 84; might join Monk and render his army formidable, 90.
-, come out at London and Greenwich, but dispersed, 106; hopeful owing to dissensions of parliamentarians, 111.
-, ordered out of London in interval of parliament, 133; people determined not to elect those who hold goods of, 138.
-, greatly depressed by proclamation for quieting possessions, 159; likely to be chosen for next parliament, 196.
-, discontent at favour shown to Monk's nominees, 159; king could not count on support of, in event of fresh troubles, 272.
Ruffler, Kuffler, John Libertus:
-, appeal to Venice for, 249; asks leave to work patents at Venice, 249, 250; referred to Proveditori di Comun, 260–1.
-, allowed to work patents in England, 249; Petkum informed of what done for, 275; Petkum presses for answer about, 298.
Rupert, Roberto, prince Palatine of the Rhine, 223.
-, said to be coming as ambassador from emperor, 203; comes privately, 204; may have marriage to negotiate, 205.
-, Giavarina pays respects to, 208, 215; obtains yearly revenue from king, 223–4.
-, may serve emperor against Turk, 224; Spaniards think of giving generalship at sea to, 239; command refused to, Inquisition opposed, 258.
-, fond of living in England, 224; leaving to take up charge in imperial army, 284.
Russians. See Muscovites.
Rutherford, Andrew, lord, governor of Dunkirk, levies contributions from surrounding country, 306.
Ruvigny, Ruvigni, marquis de. See Massue, Henri de.
Ruyter, Reuter, Michael de, Dutch naval commander, French and English accuse of breaking truce, 150; Terlon complains about, 160.