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'Index: P', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 34: 1664-1666 (1933), pp. 380-385. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90192 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Padua [Prov. Padova, Italy], Winchelsea thinks of residing at, 203.

Palatine, the Elector, of the Rhine. See Charles Lewis.

-, princes. See Maurice; Rupert.

Palmer, Roger, earl of Castlemaine, Castelmen, reported dead of plague, 209.

Panagiotti, dragoman of imperial embassy, gets Vizier to close Alexandretta to English, 232; Lesley tells Winchelsea of suspicions of, 282.

papal nuncios. See ambassadors.

Paradox, royal navy, leaves Portsmouth to join fleet, 121.

Paris, France, 86, 106, 118, 294.
-, despatches dated at, 2, 5–7, 12–5, 17–8, 20, 24–5, 35, 37–8, 40–1, 43, 45–6, 48, 51–3, 55, 57, 61, 65, 67, 71, 74, 82–3, 86, 88, 91, 95, 101–2, 105, 109, 112, 118, 121, 125, 129–31, 136, 139, 144, 147–8, 156, 160, 165, 167, 171, 174, 178, 181, 184, 188, 194–5, 197, 200, 204, 206, 208, 210–1, 213–4, 216–8, 220, 223, 226, 228, 230, 232, 234–7, 239, 240, 244, 248, 250, 252, 254–5, 258–9, 262–3, 266, 272, 275, 278, 280–1, 285, 290–1, 293, 297–8.
-, news from, 22, 53, 79, 243, 287.
-, letters sent via, 27.
-, letter dated at, 112.
-, king returns to after seeing Holles, 1; Boreel indisposed at, 29; van Beuningen on way to, 67.
-, Lord Montagu returning to, 3; Falcombrige passes through, 20; mission of Fitzhardinge to, 62; Humieres intimate with York at, 165.
-, English news at not accurate, 205; war on England proclaimed at, 248.
-, Holles detained at, by gout, 248, 251.
-, news of war welcomed in, as escape from slavery, 250; talk in of not resisting England, but turning against Flanders, 252.
-, Jermyn back in, 255; many English nobles at, to avoid plague, 258.
-, news from destroys hope of agreement with Austrians, 261; guarantee sent to Munster from, 285.
-, Guitry arrives at from Constantinople, 285.

-, Bastille, French nobles sent to, 129; Abbeé Beaufort sent to, 184, 188.

-, Hotel d'Hollande, 129.

-, Louvre, 217.

Lady Holles goes with Madame to see queen at, 192, 212.

-, Parlement de:

Dutch will submit to arbitration by, 47; edict registered in, for trade with Indies, 156.

forbids communication with England, 170, 298; affair between nuncio and Talon in, 220; outcry over decrees of, 240, 247; forbids communication with Flanders, 298.

-, Luxemburg garden, 203.

Parker, Richard, report on affair of Margareta at Tangier, 261n.

parliament, the restoration:
-, 1664:
-,-, re-assembling, speculation about, 2; Bristol not to take seat in, 3; Bristol's affair may upset peace of, 6; will not receive Bristol's letter, 11.
-,-, king's speech at re-opening, 5–6; happy issue of, expected, 7; likely to grant necessary taxes, 11.
-,-, bill introduced to reform election to, 7; king thanks for repealing triennial act, 12; proceeding quietly, 13; repealed triennial act, 17, 21.
-,-, Guinea Co. complains to, about Dutch, appoints commissioners, 11, 15; instigates inquiry, 15; intimates that contributions will be needed in event of war, 16.
-,-, moves king to appoint commissioners on trade with Scotland and Ireland, 12; thanks king for protecting merchants, 18.
-,-, deals with election petitions, 16.
-,-, resolves on more severe measures against sectaries, 16; devoting itself to trade and uprooting of sectaries, 18.
-,-, will grant fresh contribution to the king, to secure quiet, 16; king will set forth intentions at meeting of, 59.
-,-, great competition for seats in, 16; satisfaction over proceedings of, 24; king not returning before opening of, 45.
-,-, war will make king dependent on, 43; all depends on, 63.
-,-, re-assembles, king's speech to, 62.
-,-, bills for consideration of, 62; votes money for war, 65; arranges for levy of grant, 73.
-, 1665:
-,-, egging king on to war, 82; forwardness to assist, 83; king thanks for grant, 84; king pleased at power placed in hands by, 85.
-,-, good progress with reform of laws, 84; exceptional activity, bills before, 86, 89.
-,-, king suspected of prolonging to render himself more absolute, 87; and of quarrelling with Dutch to get money from, 89.
-,-, king's promise to, about peace with Dutch, 87; king gives royal assent to bills and prorogues, 92.
-,-, irritated by Dutch treatment of demands for reparation, 91; Dutch do not believe Charles more pacific than, 99; very stirred up, 124.
-,-, significant that prorogued not dissolved, 94; rate of interest offered by, 133.
-,-, objects to York exposing himself, 108; resentment over volunteers for Dutch, 147.
-,-, may soon be more eager for peace than was for war, 137; raising terms against Dutch after victory, 154.
-,-, York has good will of, in his hand, 155; efforts to prevent York going to sea again, 160.
-,-, to continue until August, 161; date for re-assembling, 167; likely to be adjourned to Oxford, 182.
-,-, king wishes to keep near, 161; Council preparing bills for, 182.
-,-, gave king double the money asked for war, 164; Dutch not waiting for what will do, 204; talk of peace when re-assembles, 207.
-,-, king issued orders for adjournment of, 182; meeting at Oxford, 210.
-,-, spirit and vigour for prosecuting war, 212; determined to press success by supporting Munster, 212; outraged by bravado of Dutch fleet, 216.
-,-, objected to one-sided trade with Venice, 208.
-,-, supports king's demands of Dutch, 216; Clarendon's speech at opening of, 219.
-,-, Charles speaks to Courtin attempt to corrupt, 219; promptly votes money for war, 220; encourages king with vigorous assistance, 221.
-,-, Charles spoke of Louis in fulsome terms in, 222; restrained ardour of against French, 225–6.
-,-, votes 120,000l. to York, 227; Jermyn to sound feeling of members of, 230.

-, See also Commons, House of; Lords, House of.

Pastore, near Benevente [Portugal], Castelmelhor decides to stop at, 256.

Paulet, Charles, lord St. John, Sain Johns, duel with Seymour prevented, 84.

-, William, marquis of Winchester, 84.

Paumier, Ponyer, Marquis, affray with Holles, sent to Bastille, 129.

Pembroke, royal navy, merchantman taken by, 206.

Penn, Sir William, command in grand fleet, 105, 164; to command fleet till Sandwich arrives, 179.

Pera, Constantinople [Turkish Empire]:
-, letters dated at, 36, 39, 117, 203, 232, 234–5, 282.
-, attack on Venetian embassy at, alluded to, 40.

Petersen, John, punished for false report of Dutch cruelty, 85, 87, 89, 90.

Petrelli, a Lucchese, sent with royal packets to ambassadors, 131.

Petty, Henry, executed at Appleby, 11.

Philip II, king of Spain, reference to Armada of, 91.

Philip IV, king of Spain, the Catholic, 245.
-, makes difficulties about adjustment with Braganza, 4; Fanshaw claims fresh declaration of status from, 12; orders meeting of Council at Valdemoro, 15.
-, French suspect Fanshaw treating for alliance with, 15; Fanshaw has first audience of, 25.
-, French fear adjustment of with Braganza, 17; vigour shown by France against, 162.
-, Cornaro sees about embassy house, 22; Fanshaw goes to house appointed by, 23.
-, Fanshaw to treat for close alliance with, 22; should refuse English trade facilities, 60.
-, designs of Louis, upon death of, 68, 83, 131; English frigates release corn ordered for, 74; wants Molina to be in London before Fanshaw leaves, 81; wants agreement with England about every thing but Portugal, 111.
-, ship built for, at Amsterdam, 103; threatens embargo on Dutch ships, 111.
-, desire for closer correspondence with England, 161; reported in coalition against Dutch, 189.
-, complains of reception at Tangier of booty from corsairs, 192; death of, 217; Holles has audience of Louis on, 225; Sandwich sent with condolences on death of, 283.

Philip, duke of Orleans, Monsieur, 37n.
-, overjoyed at English victory, 143; Abbé Beaufort chancellor of, 184; says Spain cause of war, queen orders out, 239.
-, Louis tries to reconcile, 239; method of keeping quiet, 255; and government of Languedoc, 270.

Philip Charles, duke of Valois, congratulations on birth, 37.

Philip William, duke of Neuburg, Neubeurg, Neoburgh:
-, English try to move against Dutch, 74; refuses levies to the Dutch, 108.
-, will serve English, if helped against Dutch, 169; Munster made himself safe with, 171; money sent to induce to join against Dutch, 173.
-, abandoned by France at election to Poland, 169; will not let Munster make levies in dominions, 180; will not meddle with Munster affair, 226.

Phoenix, Fenice, taken to Bristol as prize, 116.

-, Foenix, Dutch vice admiral, captured, 205–6.

Pierrepoint, Henry, marquis of Dorchester, 8n.

-, -, Catherine wife of, two queens go to console, 8.

Piron, Antonio, English dragoman, sided with Turks against Venetian embassy, 40.

-, the younger, Winchelsea wants Ballarino to employ, 40; Ballarino would never confide state secrets to, 41.

plague:
-, raging at Amsterdam, 32, 35, 65; at Hellevoetsluys, 47.
-, helps Dutch by inducing soldiers and sailors to serve, 39, 43; contradictory reports about, 45.
-, spreading in London, 132, 151, 161; increase feared, with heat, 142; bulletins understate numbers of dead, 151, 182, 190.
-, alone likely to check course of England, 148, 175; beginning to spread to country, 161.
-, excuse for French ambassadors leaving, 160; likely to affect sailing of fleet, 189.
-, ravages of, in London, 164, 170, 175, 178, 182, 187, 190, 194, 197–8, 209 10, 217.
-, more feared than any foreign foe, 164; parliament to be adjourned to Oxford on account of, 182.
-, Sande did not proceed to England because of, 188n; spreading greatly in London and the country, 200.
-, freedom of intercourse prevented by, 190; likely to prevent fleet sailing, 195.
-, likely to give king better hold over survivors, 194; causes French ambassadors to take higher tone, 197.
-, king's spirit not weakened by, 197; throwing everything into confusion, 199; French hope will make England more accommodating, 235.
-, beginning to abate, 212, 221, 227, 258.
-, spread to Tangier and working great havoc, 214; pratique refused at Alicante because of, 272.
-, Talon to distribute money in Flanders on pretext of, 235; many English nobles at Paris to avoid, 258; quarantine for Sandwich on account of, 291.
-, havoc wrought by, raging at Colchester, 292; great increase in England, spreads to Flanders, 298.

Plessis Praslin, marshal of, present at Council about relations with England, 236.

plot. See conspiracy.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 284n.
-, news from, 48.
-, Dutch ships seized at, 66; French warship driven into, and seized, 210; French prizes taken to, 266.
-, Holmes back at, 75n.

Plymouth, royal navy, brings word of Algiers peace, 64; Charles le Quint taken by, 152; captures Anthony, 206.

Poggio a Cajano [Tuscany, Italy], Princess Margaret confined at, 77n.

Poitou, France, men of, go inland to avoid serving against English, 254.

Poland, Neuburg abandoned by France at election to, 169; affairs of going better, 195.

-, queen of. SeeGonzaga, Maria.

Polaroon, Poleron, Poularon, Pularon, East Indies, island of, Charles impressed by Dutch giving up, 20; restitution offered but English had not enough men to hold, 35; French propose restoration, 229.

Pomerania [German Empire], Swedish forces marching from, to Bremen, 211.

Pompone, siegneur de. See Andilly, Arnaud de.

Ponce de Leon, Don Luis, Spanish governor of Milan, protests against being abandoned, 270.

Pontoise [Seine et Oise, France], lord Carrington murdered at, 88.

Ponyer. See Paumier.

Poole, Capt. Jonas, takes ship of Tetuan, 75.

pope, the. See Alexander VII.

Porte, the. See Turkey.

Porte, Armand Charles de la, duke Mazarin, governor of Brittany, looking to coast defences, 269–70.

Portland, earl of. See Weston, Charles.

Porto Ferraio [isle of Elba, Italy], garrison strengthened, 153.

Porto Rico, West Indies, Prince Maurice reported alive near, 2.

ports, order to close, 55.

Portsmouth, co. Hants:
-, news from, 55, 65.
-, king has seventeen ships equipped at, 28; relief leaves for Tangier, 31; twenty-one frigates at, 44.
-, king goes to, to review fleet, 31; Rupert going to embark at, 43; Rupert at, 51.
-, Dutch ships with wine stooped off, 53; Dutch prizes brought to, 73, 84; order to sell prizes at, 92.
-, fleet in roads of, 59, 61: duke of York at, 60; king goes to see ships at, 91; and to give final orders, 92.
-, sailors to be shipped to, 84; ships sail from, for rendezvous, 102, 121.
-, king returns from, 95; after seeing York embark, 97.
-, sale of prizes at, 116; prizes brought into, 121.
-, convoy reaches safely from Mediterranean, 122; ship reaches from Jamaica, 132.

Portugal:
-, regiment of English enlisted for, 3; delayed by events at Tangier, 14.
-, Spanish ministers inclined for adjustment with, 4; Fanshaw likely to obtain truce for, 8.
-, advantages obtained by England from, 4; estimated losses of English traders with, through Dutch, 18.
-, French dealings with, money sent to, 13; Dutch measures to secure navigation off, 58.
-, Fanshaw proposing adjustment with, 14; negotiations about, 54, 69; Spaniards complain that hope of dead, 79.
-, Venetian interest in Spanish adjustment with, 22.
-, Inchiquin commander of English troops in, 27; Dutch war will check England helping, 77.
-, Guinea claimed as granted by, 32; marriage with, alluded to, 33.
-, Spain wants correspondence with England because of, 81; Turenne favours England because of, 85.
-, French expecting envoy from about marriage, 83.
-, defence of, essential object of agreement between France and England, 93; negotiations of ambassadors extraordinary to include, 94.
-, English ship privateering under flag of, 93; Dutch caught with convoy off, 123; a fable, 126.
-, French policy to divert Spanish naval forces from, 108; French seeking suitable means of helping, 112.
-, Philip wants agreement with England about everything but, 111; Spanish fear of further reinforcements for, 153.
-, supposed move for admission of minister at Porte, 116; treaty with in negotiation at Madrid, 153; French fear coalition of with England and others, 170.
-, if things go wrong in, France will need Dutch more, 157; warships at Rochelle to sail for, 187.
-, Spanish treaty with England inevitable if settlement with, 172; Spain gives consent to truce with, 237; unlikely to accept, 238.
-, Anglo-Dutch peace would help to adjustment with Spain, 208; preponderating influence of France in, 211; settlement with discussed by Fanshaw with Medina, 223.
-, French jealous of friendship with England, 235; Embrun makes great stir about Fanshaw's mission to, 242, 245.
-, Spain glad to be relieved of direct negotiation with, 237; minister from, to meet Fanshaw, 241.
-, respects authority of England but not expecting much from, 238; Sandwich going to negotiate adjustment with, 240.
-, Fanshaw hopeful of persuading, but has no pledge of good will, 241; powerful reasons to influence against being persuaded, 245.
-, claims to deal with Spain on equal terms, 241; terms with doubtful, 242.
-, likely to welcome relief from burden of war, 245; Carlingford reports arrangement of truce with, 251; not confirmed, 253.
-, French envoys in upset peace transactions, 246; Spaniards hope affairs of will divert French attention from Flanders, 253.
-, Austrian alliance with England depends on adjustment with, 253; Spaniards not hopeful in success of negotiations with, 259.
-, king leaves Lisbon to stop talk in, 255; letters of ministers shown, proposing peace, 276.
-, Spaniards suspect of dragging matters out to campaigning season, 264; negotiations with broken off, 270.
-, queen will not allow English ministers to speak of, at audience, 275–6.
-, Fanshaw discloses French offers to, 276; Fanshaw never pledged himself to threaten, 279; Spaniards assert that he did, 281.
-, Vienna waiting to hear from Spain about, 277; Vienna informed of breaking off of negotiations with, 282.
-, Louis offers mediation to, 280; Southwell's mission connected with adjustment with, presented points to Medina, 286; some think Spain would do better to deal with direct, 287.
-, Fanshaw's account of negotiations with, 288; further account of, 295; Spanish views upon, 295–6.
-, Sandwich believed to be coming with fresh instructions about, 293; Venetian interest in Sandwich's negotiations upon, 297.
-, Beaufort can harrass trade with, from Brest, 297.

-, king of. See Alfonso VI.

Pötting, Eusebius count, imperial ambassador in Spain, at special junta about answer to England and Flanders, 283.

Poularon. See Polaroon.

Prague [Czecho-Slovakia], Carlingford at, 287, 294.

Prince Maurice, Dutch navy, destroyed in battle, 152.

princess royal of England. See Mary, princess of Orange.

prisoners, Downing presents memorial for exchange of, 166; Dutch sending envoy about exchange of, 205, 219.

-, Dutch, to be released, and landed in Holland or France, 73.

privateers, Dutch:
-, large numbers armed in Holland, 72; daily taking prizes, 100.
-, squadron sent to Sound after, 75; sailors deserting fleet for, 103.
-, one captured by Mermaid, 115; three of Flushing taken, 125.
-, cowardice of English captains against, 137.

-, English, punished for taking French and Swedish ships, 121.

Privy Council. See Council.

proclamations:
-, forbidding exporting of saltpetre, 8.
-, banishing officers from London, 8.
-, recalling sailors in foreign service, 25, 26.
-, forbidding all foreign trade and sailing of ships, 95.
-, enjoining fast day, 96.
-, of war with Dutch, 98; of war with France and Holland, 266.
-, forbidding carriage or sale of Dutch goods, 99.
-, for issuing letters of marque, and releasing embargo on ships, 123.

Protector, the. See Cromwell, Oliver.

Provence, France, no sign of English to fight fleet of, 265; fleet driven back to, 286.

Puerto di Santa Maria [Prov. Cadiz, Spain], report of battle from, 260n.

Pularon. See Polaroon.

Pyrenees, treaty of the, 262.



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