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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 34: 1664-1666 (1933), pp. 343-348. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90185 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Hague [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 64, 137, 214.
-, intelligences from, 35, 37–8, 40–1, 47–9, 52, 55–7, 61, 65, 68, 71, 74, 83, 86, 88, 91, 95, 99, 103, 106, 112, 114, 118, 122, 126, 133, 136, 139, 148, 156, 162, 165, 171, 178, 180, 182, 184, 188, 195, 198, 200, 204, 207, 210, 218, 220, 226.
-, news from, 20, 28, 45, 62, 102, 185, 201.
-, letter dated at, 252.
-, mission from Munster expected at, 17; Opdam arrives at, 65.
-, Downing leaves for England, 24–6; Downing eagerly awaited at, 32; Downing back at, 33–4; Downing staying on at, 86, 94.
-, case of Good Hope and Bonaventure should be settled at, 45; Downing represents grievances at, 66.
-, troops brought to, for safety of deputies, 66; Oudart arrested at, 169.
-, Bouninghen leaves for France, 67; Estrades returns to, from Dunkirk, 111.
-, Ruyter has secret orders from, 109; charges made against Holmes at, 114; Evertsen brought to under guard, 140.
-, de Guiche at, 115, 187; reported secret mission of Fitzhardinge to, 122, 124.
-, envoy from Hanse towns at, 134n; Maurice of Nassau at, 180; van Gogh back at, 244.
-, Maurice of Nassau goes to, to justify self, 244; Charles Colbert confers with Estrades at, 255.
-, deputies of Admiralties proceed to, to decide about sailing of fleet, 298.

Hainaut, Henau [Belgium], talk in Paris of conquering, 252.

Hales, Hayles, George, merchant, suit with Rocco Fustinoni, 80.

Halley, Edmund, calculated orbit of comet of 1665, 110n.

Hamburg [German Empire]:
-, Dutch practice of putting men of, on their ships, 102.
-, Opdam captures nine English ships from, 134.
-, money for Sweden ready at, 210.
-, large English convoy going to, 275.

-, ships of. See ships, Hamburg.

Hamilton, George, Elizabeth daughter of, married to count of Grammont, 57.

-, James, first earl of Abercorn, 57n.

-, James, sent to France with congratulations, 37.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex:
-, Charles away at, 35; king and queen staying at, 45; Rebello expected at, for audience, 46.
-, Court may go to, to escape plague, 132; king withdraws to, 161; king and queen at, 182.

Handernach. See Andernach.

Hannibal, merchantman, Smith to escort, 272.

Hanse towns:
-, English warn against communicating with Dutch, 97.
-, danger to, from agreements of England with Denmark and Sweden, 131; emperor asks for neutrality of, 134; fearful of offending England, 169.
-, Louis values trade with, 147.

Happy Return, royal navy, back from Tangier, 96.

Harnen. See Arnheim.

Harrison, Sir John, father of Lady Fanshaw, desires her return, 291.

Harwich, Arvich, Haroits, Harroich, Haruiech, Haruiz, co. Essex, 146.
-, advices from, 202.
-, ships leave for rendezvous at, 102; York sails from with fleet, 105.
-, York reported at, 113; fleet left for Downs, 114.
-, fleet returns to road of, 130, 132, 134; encounter with Dutch off, 136, 141.
-, colliers reach from north, 144; ships leaving to cruise about, 167; reported bad state of fleet off, 189.
-, fleet returns to, many sick, 195; Dutch fleet advanced to within sight of, 215.

Havre de Grace [Seine Inferieure, France], 248.
-, English fleet puts in at, 47; Bailleul brought to trial at, 213.

Haye, Denis de la, sieur de Ventelet, Vantelet, French ambassador to the Porte:
-, Holles thinks will not be received, 101; Winchelsea's efforts to prevent reception, 116–7; Winchelsea anticipates trouble with, 203.
-, approaching departure of, 183; Guitry sent to oversee reception of, 285n.
-, Winchelsea exchanges civilities with, 232; Winchelsea on best of terms with, 235.

Hayles. See Hales.

Hector, royal navy:
-, sunk in action, 205.
-, capture made by, 206.

Helderstom, Dutch navy, taken by Bristol, 152.

Hellevoetsluys, Helvert, Helvoet [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], plague at, 47; orders sent to, for repairing fleet, 140.

Hemdem. See Emden.

Henau. See Hainaut.

Henri IV, king of France, Verneuil natural son of, 134n; would be astonished at change, 149.

Henri dans la Cave, concerned in plot against States, 204.

Henrietta, royal navy, king dines with York and Rupert on board of, 47.

Henrietta Anne, daughter of Charles I, duchess of Orleans, Madame, 37n.
-, says Bristol trying to escape, 7; Charles writes to, about joint attack on corsairs, 57; news sent to by James, 203.
-, exception taken to remarks of, 112; exceeding joy at English victory, 138, 143; York writes to about, 145; Dutch cannot object to celebrating victory, 148.
-, Louis speaks to, of his pledge to Dutch, 147; Lady Holles goes with to see queen at Louvre, 192, 212.
-, unpleasant position at outbreak of war, Louis tries to console, 239; of high spirit and masterful, 255.
-, takes to bed through distress and melancholy, 239; important to keep satisfied, 255; letter of might bring to light some hidden design, 275.

-, almoner of. See Montagu, Walter.

Henrietta Maria, queen mother of England.
-, goes to condole with Lady Dorchester, 8; gives audience to Königsegg, 12.
-, sends congratulations on birth of Valois, 57; Verneuil calls on, 110.
-, leaving for France, 125; hastened by plague, 132; leaves, 161.
-, promises to return, gone to promote peace, 161; unlikely to do much, 166.
-, Sagredo sees at Colombes, 170; assures him of son's regard for Venice, 171.
-, speaks of victory over Dutch, 207; informed Savoy ambassador of capture of St. Eustache, 222; Giustinian to see about Salvator del Mundo, 273.
-, Jermyn sent to arrange about appanages of, 230; required to return to England or to lose appanages, 248, 280.
-, courier to, from England, 244; Louis tells that war forced on him, 247; shows Louis letter of Charles, 275.
-, possible mediation by, 271; Boreel hopeful about, 272; submits project of peace to Charles, 274; Charles explains why mediation unacceptable, 280; Charles committed renewal of negotiations to, 291.
-, going to waters at Bourbon, 280 292.
-, affection of Louis for, 280–1; he complains to her of behaviour of Charles and Londoners, 281.
-, two conferences at house of, about reconciliation, 290; leaves negotiations in hands of Jermyn, 292.

-, steward of. See Jermyn, Henry, earl of St. Albans.

Henry Bonaventura, Bonaventure, Welcome, English merchantman, claims about, unjust, 26; Downing presents memorial on, 38; case should be settled at Hague, 45; Dutch will not discuss with Downing, 56; clause in treaty concerning, 88; French proposal about and reply, 228–9.

Hepburn, Lieut. Gen., arrested, 216n.

Hereford, co. Hereford:
-, Wye made navigable to, 43.
-, Quakers deported from, 43.

herring fishery, English plan to upset Dutch, 74; suspended for a year, 100; Dutch persuaded of necessity of securing, 163; Dutch to recognise English sovereignty over, 212.

Hesse, Landgrave of, French institute negotiations with, 267.

Hesse Darmstat, Frederick of, Cardinal of Hesse, Grand Prior of the Knights of Malta in Germany, lodges complaint against Beaufort, 287.

Hevel, J., observations of comet of 1665, 110n.

Hiddes, Tierck, appointed lieutenant admiral of Friesland, 163; commands fourth squadron, 185; still in the Sound, 210.

Hisland, Hiteland, Hitland, Hittlande. See Shetland.

Holland, Province of, Netherlands:
-, news from, 17, 73, 83.
-, Downing returns to, 31; unlikely to consent to Downing's project, 50.
-, boast of ships of, 55; 8 or 10 ships kept out to defend coasts, 65; gets together eleven millions for the campaign, 68; busy building ships, 120.
-, differences with other Provinces, 71; deputies to settle dispute with Zeeland, 72.
-, king's restoration cost a million to, 97.
-, de Witt enjoys full confidence of, 176; resists proposal to treat for peace through Orange, 221.
-, convoy of merchantmen to, from Norway, 196, 197; ships leave Cadiz for, 199.
-, Dutch ships withdrawn to ports of, 226; working diligently to have fleet ready in the spring, 263.

-, pensionary of. See Witt, John de.

-, States of, 72.

decide to arm 18 more ships, 49; agree to levy for war, 51.

measures for collecting levy, 49; opposition to Downing's project in, 50.

broke constitution by sending Ruyter to Guinea, 52, 62.

decide to dismiss English and Scottish troops, 67; separate after putting everything in order, 71; adjourned over Easter, 102.

have entrance to ports fortified, 150; decide to give up ships to French, 106.

decide to stake issue on battle, 132; Tromp gives account of lost battle to, 158.

propose sending deputies of States General to advise fleet commanders, 172; de Witt obtains sanction to take command of fleet, 179.

-, North, seafaring people of, ordered to embark, 107; fleet of, commander and strength, 133; deliberate over naval equipment, 263.

-, -, vice admiral of. See Houthuyn.

-, -, See also Netherlands.

Holles, Hollis, Denzil baron, English ambassador in France, 206.
-, letters to Sagredo, 112, 205, 207.
-, first public office, 1; informs Sagredo of entry, 2; calls on ministers, 5.
-, indignation of gentlemen of, at banquet, 1; will not visit princes first, 5; Condé sends compliments to, 7;, ordered to visit princes, asks for appointment, 37.
-, has audience, speaks of Orange, 10, 15; answer to, about, 21.
-, speaks of complaints against Dutch, 15; proposes joint action with France to drive Dutch out of Guinea, 42.
-, gives Sagredo news of Lawson's fleet, 17; tells Sagredo news of Dutch and Porte, 20.
-, leaving for Moret, 20; gets little satisfaction, grievances accumulating, 22.
-, tells Sagredo of Faucomberg, 20; and of repeal of triennial act, 21; Sagredo to express regret to, about Fanshaw affair, 53; assurance about Fanshaw, 60.
-, Sagredo to inform about Cornaro, 33; Sagredo calls on about, 44; Sagredo to cultivate, 50, 128.
-, presents Hamilton and Tartareau to king, 37; Fitzharding's arrival, surprise for, 55.
-, speaks of dispute with Dutch, says they are toning down, 45; speaks of situation with Dutch, 61.
-, Lionne in communication with, at embassy, 53; ambassadors extraordinary do not pass complimentary office with, 88.
-, speaks of peace with Algerines, 61; speaks of Dutch and Sweden, 101; speaks of mediation, 105.
-, offices with for release of S. Gio. Battista, 78; thanked about, 104, 108; for release of Santa Maria, 128; wrote to Bennet about, 194; speaks of, 197.
-, resumes audiences, 101; calls on Sagredo, 118.
-, honours rendered to, 101; affair with French nobles, 129.
-, speaks of York's intention to fight, 108; not hopeful of peace or mediation, 109; says that mediation accepted, 111.
-, promises to write about ships helping Turks, 118; office with commended, 128.
-, exemplary character of household, 129.
-, depressed by report of Dutch victory, 136; sobriety over victory, 139.
-, goes to inform king of victory, 138, 143; Sagredo congratulates, 144; gave Sagredo particulars, 145.
-, Louis urges desirability of making peace on, 147; says no treaty as king will not listen to Dutch proposals, 160.
-, thanks king for protection of English frigate, 156; offence given to, over coach of Carignan, complains to Lionne, 192; unwilling to accept excuses, 193.
-, has news of fleet advancing on Bergen. 187; informs Sagredo of capture of Dutch convoys, 203, 205.
-, complains of holding up of despatches, 194; scandalised by precautions taken at Calais, 194–5.
-, bound to obey king about Carignan affair, 197; no satisfaction given to, 212, 225.
-, Munster envoy in frequent conference with, 212; scoffs at movements of troops against Munster, 213.
-, refuses to allow precedence to princes of the blood, 212.
-, representations in favour of Bailleul, 213, 216; says condemnation a move against England, 216; case taken to heart by, 222.
-, promises to write about ships serving Turks, 214; Giustinian thanks about, 258.
-, keeps postponing audience about death of King Philip, 217; persuaded by Sagredo and goes at last, 225.
-, letters intercepted, without despatches for two weeks, 224.
-, causes of offence, cavalier treatment of, 225; king calls very indiscreet, 236.
-, movements will follow those of Comenge, 231; recalled, 234.
-, office in taking leave of king, 236; refuses present from king, 248; asked for passport, 251.
-, frequent conferences of Colbert's secretaries with, 239.
-, Giustinian to impress with importance of maintaining peace, 243; representations to about Salvator del Mundo, 253, 273.
-, still in Paris, detained by gout, 248, 251; leaves for England, 298.
-, says must go to Brussels, 251; remonstrated about edict against English, 255n.
-, reports arrival of Sehested, 254n; speaks of French declaration and condition of Dutch, 258.
-, claims to have made treaty with Brandenburg, 258.
-, at conference on reconciliation by queen's wish, spoke warmly, 290; altercation with van Beuningen at second conference, 292.

-, Jane, lady:

drives out with Boreel's daughter, 21; calls on Sagredo, 118.

slight to, when going to Louvre, 192, 212; refuses to accept tardy excuses of Carignan, 193.

in bed, injured by a fall, 193.

Holmes, Holme, Holms, Humes, Capt. Robert:
-, took Cape Verde, 28n, 32; occupied Tacorery, 32.
-, told Dutch to clear out of Guinea, 32; reports capture of Cape Coast, 47.
-, Dutch demand account for actions of, 56; Ruyter recovers places taken by, 74.
-, takes Dutch prizes to Lisbon, 67; expected in London, 73; back in Downs, 75.
-, released from Tower, 82; alleged cruelties against Dutch, 114.

Honfleur [Calvados, France], Bailleul native of, 213n; English attempt to surprise, 248.

Hoorn, Horne [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], English prizes brought to, 100.

Hoorn, Hornes, Count of, John, returned with Ruyter, whose land forces he commanded, 185.

Horsoit. See Orsoy.

Hosnabourg. See Osnabruck.

Houthuyn, Hutuin, —, Vice Admiral of N. Holland, brings in squadron from Norway, 210.

Howard, Charles, earl of Carlisle, English ambassador to Muscovy, reports reception, 2; returning home, 59; rebuffed, 75; king ill pleased at treatment of, 90.

-, Henry, earl of Arundel (sic), going to Constantinople with Lesley, 100; expresses devotion to Venice, 101.

Höxter, Huxter [Westphalia, German Empire], Munster busy fortifying, 176.

Huberts. See Huybert.

Hugenots, so reduced that no trouble to be feared from, 222–3; would side with English if they landed, 267.

Hull, co. York, report of English naval victory at, 182.

Humes. See Holmes.

Humieres, marechal d'. See Crevant, Louis de.

Hungary, Turks resent French interference in, 101.

Hurst castle, co. Hants, insolent bearing of Dutch ship off, 55.

Hutuin. See Houthuyn.

Huxter. See Höxter.

Huybert, Pieter de, M. d' Huberts, pensionary of Zeeland, deputy to settle dispute with Holland, 72.

Huygens, Rutger, of Gelderland, deputy of States General for control of fleet, starts for coast, 181; goes on board, 183, 185.

Hyde, Ydem, Anne, duchess of York, seclusion during husband's absence, 59; sent for to Downs, but returned to London, 130; at York, in good health, 190.

-, Edward, earl of Clarendon, the lord chancellor:

1664:

hostility of Bristol against, 2, 6; difference adjusted, 3.

venality of well known, 6; Robert Hyde first cousin of, 123.

inclines to composition with Dutch, 25, 30, 87; van Gogh sees, 30; tells van Gogh reasons for delay of reply, 35.

believed to have encouraged York's ambitions, 143; secretly lent him the great seal, 144; indignant with Dutch for offering reward to take James, 154; unsatisfactory relations of queen mother with, 166.

offers reasonable terms to van Gogh for peace apart from France, 180; stirs up feeling against France, 230–1.

intercepts letter of Courtin about bribing Commons, 217; speech of at opening of parliament, 219; speech considered strange, 220.

believes York will have chief command again, in French war, 233; considered source of ill will against France, the best person to buy, 235; riot against on suspicion of being bought, 244.

won over for Spain by ample promises, 238; objects to mediation of Queen Henrietta, 280.

-, Frances, countess of Clarendon, daughter will not receive during seclusion, 59.

-, Robert, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, speaker of the House of Lords, Bristol's letter handed to, 7; sudden death of, 123.



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