Hague [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]: 5, 16, 71, 89, 118, 120, 122, 181, 191.
-, news from, 34, 125, 153, 156–7.
-, lack of advices from, 150.
-, Dutch want negotiations at, 4; Lisola going to, 9, 11; powers from Sweden awaited at, 19.
-, meeting of States at, 16.
-, commercial treaty discussed at, 38; Dutch want to attract negotiations to, from Lille, 101, 103, 115.
-, Mareschal arrives at, 41; treaty arranged by ministers at, 58; ministers left idle at, 65; minister at, for triple alliance, 104.
-, mission of Lisola to, 91, 95; ministers at, catechise Pomponne, 99, 100, 110, 114; mediation of Lisola at, made public, 117.
-, Swiss captain at, about levies, 101, 125.
-, threat of Swedes to leave, if not paid, 107, 135.
-, treaty concluded at, between Dutch and Portugal, 115, 121; treaty of guarantee signed at, 169.
-, Gamara leaves, for Brussels, 128; back at, 134, 141; Spanish ministers at, closely observed, 146.
-, ministers discuss alliance treaty at, 135; reports of negotiations at, 137; no news of decision from, 142; all eyes fixed on, 145.
-, ministers at, reach agreement about treaty, 156–7; work on minor points continued at, 166; proposal at, to include emperor, 174.
-, Sautin's case at, 234.
-, Temple leaves for London, 282, 285, 287–8, 291.
-, Lisola says German princes ready to send envoys to, about entering alliance, 288.
-, ceremony of ambassadors with prince of Orange at, 293.
Hailes, Ayles, George, English consul at Venice:
-, proposed petition about salt fish, 83; Senate ready to hear, 91.
-, asks about ceremonial at ambassador's reception, 210–1; asks about provision of house, 212.
-, announces Falcombridge's arrival, 218, 223; arranges his reception, 227.
-, house hired for ambassador by, 223; at Collegio to return thanks, 229.
-, exposition of Falcombridge for, 240; for payment of debt due to, 242, 256; further representations about debt, 273–4.
-, Falcombridge represents case of, against Fustononi, 255–6, 271–2; representations upon, urged by Dodington, 273–4.
-, to be informed of decision about salt fish, etc., 284; request for reduction of duty by, 308.
-, announces Dodington's appointment, 289, 290, 298.
-, agreed to raising duty on sardines, 309.
-, asked Dodington to appeal for remission of duty on ships, 315.
hair, cargo of, at Venice, 316.
Hamburg, German Empire:
-, mission of Carlisle to, 42–3.
-, case of English ships burned near. 43, 68; claim against, for damage, 266.
-, king urges to restore privileges of English merchants, 68.
Hamilton, Amilton, David, captain of the Leghorn Merchant, 316.
-, -, Sir George, commander of Scots regiment in France, to be recalled if ordered to Candia, 23.
-, -, James:
mission of condolence to Florence, 210; arrival at Florence, reception and entertainment, 245.
goes on to Rome, 245n., 286n.; pope sends relics to queen by, 286.
Hampshire, Amisier, royal navy:
-, to take Lord Howard to Morocco, 68n.; going to reinforce Allen, 170; sent to Leghorn for provisions, 216.
-, in victory over Algerians, 279n.
Hampton Court, co. Middlesex:
-, letters dated at, 106.
-, queen at, king going to, 101; king withdraws to, on mother's death, 105; only French envoys admitted at, 108.
-, queen goes to, 265.
Harby, Arbis, Sir Clement, English consul at Zante:
-, office for, in collegio, 256, 259; facilities promised to, 261–2; lack of respect for, 263.
-, making constant complaints, 262; satisfied with present Proveditore and complaints withdrawn, 264; Proveditore takes steps against murderers at request of, 287.
-, Thomas, English consul at Zante, murder of, 256; justice asked against murderers, 259; Proveditore's report upon, 287.
Harcourt, prince of. See Lorraine, Francis of.
Haro, Juan Domingo Mendez de, conde de Monterey, Monte Rei, governor of the Spanish Netherlands:
-, sends Solre to London to pay respects, 260, 265.
-, Lorraine appeals to, for help, 280.
-, letters to, about payment to Sweden, 291.
Harvey, Sir Daniel, Harvis, English ambassador at the Porte:
-, commissions to assist Venice, 1; fresh instructions to, 7, 15; suggested mediation by, 98; to be guided by wishes of republic, 117.
-, letter of Arlington, 5, 15; speaks to Gobbato about Galilee, 123.
-, to complain of depredations of Algerians, 43–4.
-, could denounce Irish levies as Popish rebels, 98.
-, Molin to be on friendly terms with, 122, 132; Falcombridge hopes to co-operate for peace with, 126.
-, instructed to support Venice, 129, 132, 139, 232; letter of Charles to, upon, 135, 138; thanks for, 142.
-, exchanges visits with Molin, 232; thanks for friendliness, 281.
-, report on, rumoured Venetian intrigue against English cloth, 279n.
-, complaint of introduction of base money, 305; speaks of mischief done by, 311–2.
Hasque or Hague, Levin Adam, minister of Brunswick and Luneburg in England:
-, calls on Mocenigo, 74; Mocenigo returns visit, 76.
-, brought present of stags, 74; remarks on alliance, condemns selfish policy of Dutch, 76.
-, excellence of English make, 25.
Havana, Cuba: ship at Cadiz from, 77.
Havre [Seine Inferieure, France]:
-, Louis sending Madame to (sic), 184.
Heinsius, Nicolaus, Dutch minister in Sweden:
-, reports impatience at Spanish delays, 89; to go to Muscovy, 120.
Helsingfors, Denmark: governor of. See Holck.
Helvoetsluys [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, Ossory at, to fetch prince of Orange, 289n.
Henrietta, royal yacht, Essex sails in, 189.
Henrietta, daughter of duke of York, birth of, 9; death and burial, 133.
Henrietta Anne, duchess of Orleans, Madame: 177.
-, Charles writes to, about sending Douglas to Candia, 23; Orleans claims that sole heiress of mother, 130.
-, gets king's leave to visit brother, 171; hopes that will wean Charles to side of France, 178–9.
-, Monsieur's opposition to English visit, 171, 176; king persuades Monsieur to consent to visit, 179; time limited, 181.
-, Charles to go to Dover to meet, 180, 192; king asks Louis to allow to come to London, 194.
-, Falcombridge's opinion about visit, 184; Dutch interest in visit, 186, 188, 190.
-, Venetian interest in visit, 186, 210, 219; Spanish suspicion of visit, 187; question of motives, 297.
-, St. Albans and Sandwich sent to attend on, 192; another lord sent to show respect to, 194.
-, visit of, only a matter of affection, 193, 201; talk of Orange paying respects to, 194.
-, journey of, 195, 205; demonstrations in Flanders, 195–6, 205.
-, talk of brothers meeting at Calais, 204.
-, crosses from Dunkirk, arrival at Dover, 197; decides to go to Canterbury, 199.
-, expected to go on to London 199; affection lavished on, at Canterbury, 201.
-, arrangement to join Louis at Boulogne, 199; departure from England postponed, 201.
-, dispute with husband about taking jewels, 200; his ill will at extension of her stay, 206.
-, expected action in favour of Orange, 201, 209; various opinions about business of, 206–7.
-, Lisola going to thwart, 204; promises to write what arranges for the advantage of France, 205.
-, influence over Louis, likely to be increased by success, 206.
-, decides to stay over king's birthday, 206; return awaited with impatience, 208.
-, Monsieur decides not to go to meet, 208; strained relations with husband, 217.
-, departure from England, 208; presents lavished on, 208, 212; Melo came to pay respects to, 210.
-, obtains reinstatement of Cornbury, 208; reconciles ministers, 209.
-, Colbert hopes to profit by influence in trade agreement, 215; France's loss in, a gain to Dutch, 226; fear of effect on trade agreement, 230.
-, account of death of, 217; autopsy on, 217–8; grief of Louis over, 218; Montagu sends news of, 219.
-, suspicion of poison, 217, 220; French anxiety over, 218, 225.
-, heart deposited at Val de Grace, 225–6; body at St. Denis, 226.
-, van Beuningen hopes to make use of death, 226; Arlington cooler about trade agreement since death, 234; Godolphin's views upon, 236.
-, condolences on death of, 229, 235, 238, 249, 270, 275.
-, Bellefonds reports that suspicions about dissipated, 243; Charles wishes to show disbelief in reports, 244.
-, York's daughter in care of, and fetched home at death, 244.
-, Charles informs doge of death, by letter, 246–7; letter in reply about, 248; office with Falcombridge upon, 249.
Henrietta Maria, queen mother of England, 126.
-, York's son Edgar living with, 9; dangerous illness, envoys sent from England, 39, relapse and recovery, 42, 50.
-, Jermyn came over about assignments of, 35, 50, 71, 80; Jermyn returns to, 84.
-, Montagu gets precedence in name of, 41.
-, orders Jermyn to advocate intimate relations with France, 50; York's daughter in charge of, 244.
-, nothing settled about appanages, 84; pay granted to servants, 111.
-, death of, 100, 289; news of, in England, 102; king's grief at, 105, 108; his letter to doge upon, 106.
-, mourning and condolences for, 108, 110, 122, 125, 132, 148.
-, sealing of goods in France, 111; Orleans claims inheritance of, 130.
-, commissioners appointed for estate of, 111; reach Paris, 116.
-, Capuchins of chapel, leave London, 133.
-, Almoner of. See Montagu, Walter.
-, -, steward of. See Jermyn, Henry, earl of St. Albans.
Henry VIII, king of England:
-, title of brother for Savoy, used by, 155; practice of attending house of Lords revived, 175.
-, schism of, referred to, 177.
herring fishery, 59.
-, question of reducing duty on, at Venice, 263; report of customs officials on, 284; duty on, reduced, 309.
Heysant, ? Ushant, 179n.
hides, cargoes of, at Venice, 316.
Higgons, Ighison, Sir Thomas, envoy to Saxony:
-, back and report, 89.
High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.
Hiorch. See James, duke of York.
Hobson, Obson, Thomas, merchant:
-, Falcombridge recommends case of, 259; Senata promises speedy justice for, 261.
Holck, governor of Helsingfors: fires on flag of Essex, called to answer, 207.
Holland, province of, Netherlands:
-, decides to increase forces, 25; arming, 142, 145.
-, affair of Sautin referred to, 48.
-, prince of Tuscany leaves for, 66; Count Verita Zanobia leaves for, 109.
-, packet boats from, arrive, 125; rich ships reach, from Indies, 231.
-, promise of support for Spain, 156.
-, opposed to granting powers to Orange, 188.
-, complimentary mission to Louis, 191.
-, usurps Zeeland's privilege of appointing ambassador to England, 233; chooses ministers for France, 234.
-, prince of Orange weather bound in, 293; opposed giving Orange title of ambassador, 301.
-, pensionary of. See Witt, John de.
-, States of: Colbert intercepts letter of van Beuningen to, 226.
See also Netherlands.
Holles, Denzil, baron, English ambassador in France:
-, claimed precedence of princes of the blood, 41n.
-, -, -, late commissioner at Breda:
thinks only fear of France prevents war with Dutch, 108.
reputed author of the “Great Question,” king angry with, 121n; book printed by order of, 124n.
Holmes, royal navy going to reinforce Allen, 170.
holy shroud, at Turin:
-, Falcombridge's nephew adores, 187.
-, at Newmarket, shown to prince of Tuscany, 48, 50, 53; king goes to, 204; king proposes to spend rest of season in, 275.
horses, present of English, for dukes of Brunswick, 74n.
hose, Venetian desire to attract workers in, to city, 152.
-, Mocenigo assures of republic's regard, 82; Mocenigo to foster friendliness of, 91.
Howard, Charles, earl of Carlisle, Carleils, Carlisse. English ambassador to Sweden, 111n.
-, Wyche to accompany, 9; leaving soon, 11; starts, 21; to go to Copenhagen, 38.
-, taking garter to king, will press for alliance, 21; arrives in Sweden, 59; public entry, 89.
-, instructions to, about Denmark and Hamburg, 42; gets concessions, 43.
-, sceptical of Sweden taking effective action on guarantee, 74; reports Swedish impatience at Spain's delays, 87, 89; report on Swedish attitude to alliance, 131.
-, ordered to take leave, 104.
-, reported appointment as governor of Jamaica, 216.
-, Henry, earl of Arundel, Rondel, 33n.
house at Padua, 271.
-, lord Henry, earl of Arundel (sic), Arondel, English ambassador to Morocco:
Warren accompanied as secretary, 27n; appointment, 56.
to be accompanied by Allen, 68, 86; urged to start, 73, 80; ready to sail, 75.
laments not getting embassy to Venice, 69; Mocenigo to assure of Venetian regard, 74.
objects of mission to Taffilet, 86; hoped that will prevent conflict by negotiation, 95; Taffilet sends force of horse to meet, 104, 121.
arrived at Tangier, 115; report of, from Tangier, 121.
proceeding with Moorish escort to Taffilet, 126; has to postpone negotiations, 127.
going to Fez to seek alliance against Algerians, 137; suspicious of Taffilet and goes to amuse himself in Spain, 168.
to return to Tangier for instructions, 168; instructions sent to, 170; no alteration in instructions to, 178.
failure of mission to Taffilet, 189, 260; Taffilet's project to secure, 234.
recovered from illness, returning, 239; back in London, goes to king, 289.
advises strengthening defences of Tangier, 239; calls on Mocenigo, regret at not going to Venice, 289.
-, Lord Philip, grand almoner to Queen Catherine:
Mocenigo awaiting return, 33; to report effect of pope's brief, 44; gives Mocenigo queen's reply to pope, 53.
Mocenigo sees Molina at house of, 64; Mocenigo assures of republic's regard for family, 82.
introduced Agretti to king and queen, 127; present at nuncio's reception at Court, 294.
expected appointment as bishop for Catholics, 294.
-, Ouard, Ovvardi, Sir Philip: offers inventions to Venice, 17, 36, 39; patent granted to, 19; privilege granted to, at Venice, 40.
-, Sir Robert, leads protest against king's protection of Carteret, 163.
-, Col. Thomas, 111n.
Hubbard, John, captain of the Milford, 68n; killed in action with corsairs, 147, 150.
Huguenots, those of the religion: Charles remonstrates about treatment of, 32; Marsilly asked king's protection for, 68n.
-, emperor threatened by Turkish attack on, 170.
-, carried off Ormonde, 314n.
-, king engaged in, in New Forest, 101; abandoned on mother's death, 105.
-, king goes to Newmarket for, 180–1, 204.
-, Hamilton and Saville entertained by, at Florence, 245.
-, Court leaves London for, 265; king back from, 275.
Hyde, Edward, earl of Clarendon, ex lord chancellor, 208.
-, party of left without hope, 26; conjectured intrigue of York with, 35; influences York in favour of intimate relations with France, 50.
-, objection to descendants of, coming to the throne, 80; Madame exerts herself for, 206.
-, Henry, viscount Cornbury, Coromberi, chamberlain of the queen's household: Madame obtains reinstatement of, 208–9.
Hyorch. See James, duke of York.