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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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Haagen, Cornelius van, Dutch ambassador at the Porte :

announces seizure of foreign ships in Holland to fight Turk, 445.

Hacker, William, Thomas Acher, Hacar, captain of the Thomasine :

hires ship to Venetians and draws back, 396
-, excuses action, 397
-, wounded at Zante, 415.

hackneys. See under horses.

Hague, the [Netherlands], 365 :

news from, 115, 184.

despatches dated at, 4, 7, 11, 16, 19, 50, 57, 59, 62, 71, 78, 80, 86, 90, 95, 99, 106, 108, 114, 118, 122, 124, 129, 139, 145, 152, 158, 166, 181, 190n, 193, 205, 214, 226, 234, 240, 264, 268, 287, 328, 375, 408, 414, 415, 422, 431, 437, 456, 462, 465, 467, 475, 507, 517, 537, 543, 548-550, 554, 556, 567, 569, 576, 580, 582, 583, 585, 589, 591, 593, 595, 597, 601, 604.

Zawadski sees Princess Palatine at, 6n
-, Ponickau at, 57
-, Zonca to take cipher back to, 71.

Orange summoned to, 85
-, Arundel at, 117, 118, 126n.

Hesse wishes to confer with Palatine at, 183
-, Palatine proceeds to, 237
-, arrives, 240.

Rey sails for, 324.

manifesto of queen mother published at, 493n.

person from, in London to open negotiations with Spaniards, 516.

Palatine's treatment of Venetian ambassadors at, 565, 568, 586.

Radzivil to accompany Palatine to, 568.

king's intention about Spanish soldiers known at, 579n.

-, proposed congress at :

England would agree to, 251
-, England suggests, Richelieu demurs, 255
-, Richelieu complains of change to, 284.

uncertainty about, 257
-, claims to be adjusted at, 262
-, England invites Swedes to send to, 268.

Boswell to be ready for, 281
-, sure to meet, 309
-, England indifferent about. 375.

Swedes prefer Hamburg to, 346
-, Swedish prevarication about, 347
-, ready to go to, 355.

Hague, the, Venetian instructions to representatives at, 145, 320, 386, 447, 491.

Hainault, [Belgium] :

successes of Cardinal La Valette in, 238
-, English rejoice at, 241
-, French army in unlikely to withstand Cardinal Infant, 433.

Haines hill, par. of Hurst, co. Bucks :

Windebank confined to house at, 59n.

Hallier, Francois du, M. di Hallier, marshal of France :

captures Jesuits at Watten, 423.

Halluin, duke of. See Nogaret, Henry de, due de Candale, due d' Hellouin.

Hamburg, 359, 383, 459, 460, 477, 568 :

news from, 16, 393, 422, 455, 481, 567.

petition emperor to abolish Elbe tolls, 188
-, emperor threatens if congress held at, 223, 284.

English ship takes d' Avaux to, 210.

English indifferent about Danish designs on, 223
-, Denmark's professed rights against, 236.

will permit conference of allies, 241.

ship wrecked off Rye, 341
-, ship of seized and released by Dutch, 561n.

M. Avaugour appears at, 364
-, Gallas near, 373, 422.

muscat wine sent from England to, 399, 402.

Roe starts for, 412, 417
-, well received at, 429
-, report of negotiations, 439, 441, 463.

Roe to return to, 484
-, Roe recalled from, 513.

Scots obtain munitions of war from, 495.

ships of, run ashore in battle of Downs, 586.

congress at :

proposed conference of allies at, 175
-, Leicester insists on treaty with France before meeting, 180
-, Hesse going to, 184.

Richelieu wants coalition arranged at, 187
-, proper place to arrange treaty, 198.

England does not care to send to, 189
-, England waiting for result of, 192
-, Charles will not send to, 199
-, and disinclined to discuss treaty there, 204.

Dutch to co-operate at, 216
-, Swedes and Dutch asked to send to, 240.

articles concerning allies must be verified at, 213.

difficulties in way of increase, 228
-, Swedes will wait to see result, 244.

claims of princes to be regulated at, 234 : territorial arrangements to be settled at, 236, 262.

Palatine asks Dutch to send to, 245
-, Dutch reply upon, 251
-, Dutch objections, 278.

England would agree to alternative to, 251
-, English propose Hague instead, 255, 284
-, uncertainty about, 257.

England invites Swedes to send to, 268
-, congress agreed upon by ambassadors, 280, 284.

suggestion to send Cracouw to, 268
-, orders sent arranging for, 281.

Charles asks Dutch to send to, 287
-, French alliance depends on, 307
-, certain to meet, 309.

Swedish delegates on way 318
-, Swedes prefer to Hague, 346
-, but will go to, 355.

English want treaty ratified before, 365, 373
-, English indifferent about, 375.

Salvius gets no satisfaction from English agents at, 359.

Bellievre urges sending minister to, 385, 389
-, Anstruther to go, 404, 405
-, Roe substituted for, 410, 411.

negotiations at alive, 478, 487
-, England doing nothing for Palatine at, 489.

Charles promises no negotiations with Spaniards during continuance, 498.

question of Palatine passports can be settled at, 502.

Leicester urges Louis to conclude negotiations, 502
-, negotiations for alliance at vanished, 533.

Roe represents negotiations as hopeless, 510
-, Roe's absence would destroy hopes of, 521.

English say negotiations resumed and making great progress, 557.

Hamilton, Anne widow of James, second marquis of :

declarations in favour of Scots, 489.

Hamilton, James, third marquis of, master of the Horse :

1637 :

introduces Correr to king, 161
-, Fielding sends account of Nave affair to, 164.

speaks to king about affair, 165
-, spreads own version of affair, id.

Oate presents horse to, 193
-, Fielding expected visit from at Venice, 197.

Correr to speak to on settlement of Nave affair, 218.

takes Fielding's part over shooting affair, 324, 325
-, wants matter settled quietly, 326.

1638 :

Zonca speaks to about shooting affair, 356
-, Zonca to see about Giustinian's reception, 364
-, Zonca visits, 389
-, Zonca handicapped by absence, 417.

riot over arrest of gentleman (Carr) 397.

induces queen to put off complaint against Fielding, 404
-, asks for Fielding's confirmation at Turin, 424.

sent to Scotland, 411, 416
-, unwilling with scant hope of success, 423.

danger from claims to succession, 412.

report makes king change colour, 426
-, reports entry into Edinbro, 432
-, and unfavourable reception of proposals, 432, 433.

efforts bring no improvement, 436
-, back at Court with proposals for settlement, 439.

Chelsea place and manor granted to, 439.

sent back to Scotland, 443
-, no news from, 446, 447
-, back in Court, reports rejection of terms, 448.

sent back again, 455
-, has full powers to satisfy Scots, 457
-, particulars awaited, 460.

grants a synod, 464
-, to stay for parliament and synod, 468.

points out that punishment of Arminian belongs to king, 472
-, sends James Hamilton who returns with instructions for, 479.

recalled, insolence of Scots to, 481
-, told to stay on, 484.

1639, 492 :

doubts of loyalty, 489
-, vanish, 490
-, king shows satisfaction with, 495.

advises yielding to synod and parliament, 490.

sent back to hasten troops, 524
-, leaves London for Court with funds from sale of offices, 534.

proceeds to Scottish waters with force to land, 535
-, anxiety for news of, 539
-, at anchor in Forth, 541.

lands troops on Inchkeith and Inchcolm, 543, 546.

king appoints to cabinet council, 590
-, Fielding owes much to protection of, 603.

Hamilton, Sir James :

brings report on Scottish affairs and sent back, 479.

Hamilton, Mary marchioness of (ne Fielding) :

king promises to recall Fielding from Venice, 171, 175
-, illness and death, 416.

-, William, brother of the marquis, 479n :

good appointment given to, 495.

Hamilton, Sir William, resident of the queen with the pope, 303 :

recall expected, 419.

Hampden, John :

appeals against ship money levy, 332
-, attention excited by case, 338, 353.

Hampton, co. Middlesex :

despatches dated at, 101, 105, 107.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex :

queen at, 6.

Zawadski has audience at, 8.

king returning to, 67.

king sees Arundel and Oate at, 127n
-, king ends progress at, 282.

Gerbier knighted at, 460n.

document dated at, 151.

Hanau [Hesse-Nassau, Germany] :

Hesse and Weimar prepare to relieve, 22.

Hanse Towns :

unlikely to help Hamburg against Denmark, 223
-, Danzig belongs to, 343.

Happy Entrance, king's ship :

Bouillon crosses in, 3n, 9n
-, only ship available to take Princess de Carignan to Dunkirk, 60n
-, Spanish fleet salutes, 70n.

Harcourt, count de'. See Lorraine, Henry de.

Harderwyk, Harderwich, Guelderland, Netherlands :

Pontanus professor at, 190n.

Harlay, Philip de, count of Cesy, French ambassador at the Porte (acting) :

claims same reduction as English in duties at Cyprus, 431
-, Bailo gets no help from, 558.

Harman, Thomas, captain of the Desire of London :

captures Wolf of Medemblik, 446n.

Harnheim. See Arnheim.

Harrison, Thomas, parson of Crick, chaplain to Bishop Juxon :

punished for calling Justice Hutton a traitor, 424.

Harsem. See Aerssens.

Harwich, co. Essex :

queen mother lands at, 468.

Hasfelt. See Hatzfeldt.

Hasteyn. See Aston, Walter, lord.

Hastings, Henry, earl of Huntingdon :

to conduct Giustinian to audience, 472
-, conducts him, 473.

Hatzfeldt, Hasfelt, Melchior, imperialist general :

hands over Rupert to Spanish colonel, 513.

Haubitz, Haubiz, Tobias, Aulic councillor :

sent to consult with Bavaria, 17.

Havering, co. Essex :

king at, 239n.

Havre le, Havre de Grace [Seine Inferieure, France] :

offered to Charles for naval help, 278.

Hay, James, first earl of Carlisle :

post of given to Holland, 14
-, expected by Fielding, 207
-, one of the inner circle of the cabinet, 209n.

Hay, Lucy, countess of Carlisle :

Lennox wants to marry, 148.

Hector :

Wyche redeems sailors of, 139.

Heidelberg [Baden, Germany] :

imperialists suggest cession of, 102
-, given to Bavaria, 306
-, to be restored to Palatine, 503.

Hellouin, due d'. See Candale, Henry de.

Helston, co. Cornwall :

Dutch capture Dunkirkers at, 6n, 8, 21n.

Henderson, Alexander :

commissioner to treat with king, 551n.

Henley, George :

letters of marque granted to, 427n, 440n
-, cases referred to Admiralty Court, 467.

Henrietta Maria, queen of Great Britain, queen of England :

portrait of, for pope, 119
-, Panzani well received by, 302
-, Panzani gets papal agent for, 303.

king's affection for strengthens Catholic leanings, 303
-, Holland brought to England, 385.

1636 :

at Hampton Court, 6
-, liberty of conscience enjoyed by, 12.

Zawadski has long interview with, 8
-, speaks to about Palatine match, 11.

reluctant to interfere in important affairs, 12
-, Zawadski takes leave of, 15.

king to meet at Windsor, 26
-, king waiting for, in Wilts, 44
-, escapes plague, 45.

Panzani presents Conn to, 39
-, Panzani induces to forward his designs, 68, 69.

withdraws to Holmby, 53
-, agitation over Carr's threats against king, 77.

gives hint to Senneterre about negotiations at Paris, 66.

induces king to allow a Catholic bishop, 69
-, papal ministers keep near, 92.

present to from pope and Cardinal Barberino, 69, 70
-, king's mot upon, 70.

enceinte again, 77
-, Oate has audience of, 80
-, receives Hesse's brothers, 85.

devotes herself to forwarding pope's designs, 97
-, Panzani takes leave of, 119.

1637 :

visit with king to convent of Capuchins, 120, 121.

grieved by death of Pougny, 128
-, funeral ceremony for, 135.

goes to St. James' for lying in, 143
-, birth of Princess Anne, 174
-, congratulations on, 177, 188.

influence leads king to suffer Catholic propaganda, 150.

Correr waits upon, 152
-, interposes in Nave affair, 175.

leaving London as soon as can travel, 177
-, not going with king on progress, 246.

services in chapel frequented, 217.

presents to Palatine and Rupert, 234
-, Necolalde takes leave of, 249.

attends Lennox Villiers wedding, 246n
-, dividing time between Oatlands and Richmond, 249.

deeply affected by affront to mother, 261, 262, 269
-, may prevail on king to receive mother, 262
-, message to stop queen mother concealed from, 264.

ill of fever, 262, 264
-, fully recovered, at Oatlands, 269.

advocacy hoped to get Fielding French embassy, 262.

Giustinian's letters of credence to, 269
-, Correr takes leave of, 293.

king hides suspicions of Conn from, 274
-, protects Conn from king's resentment, 319.

Monsigot sees about mother coming, 277
-, fondness for duchess of Chevreuse, 278.

at Woolwich for launch of Sovereign of the Seas, 282
-, penalties against English frequenting chapel, 324.

informed of Savoy's death, 317, 334, 344
-, sends condolences, 318
-, memorial service for duke, 333.

indignation at slanders on Savoy, 318n
-, Parella informs why Cardinal Maurice excluded, 348
-, Parella takes leave of, 352.

Countess of Newport at mass with, 319.

1638 :

despatches to duchess of Savoy, 354, 356.

apartments gathering place for ministers, 356
-, Turner released to please, 368, 369, 376.

tried to prevent proclamation against Catholics, 359.

sends money to redeem mother's jewels, 365
-, king of Spain sends gifts to, 366.

prayers for heir to brother Louis, 371
-, stays in London for Lenten devotions, 378.

entertains king at masque, 374
-, meets king on return to London, 389.

denies purpose of Buchan's mission, 380
-, efforts to use influence to get Savoy's royal title recognised, 406.

urges king to make concessions to Scots, 395.

sends to meet Chevreuse, 404
-, presents brought by Chevreuse for, 408
-, share in entertainment of Chevreuse, 410, 446, 464.

representations to, against Fielding, 404, 406, 407.

Chevreuse sits in presence of, 407, 414, 420, 438.

congratulates French queen on pregnancy, 411.

Oate takes leave of, Cardenas presented to, 416
-, returns to London, 418.

Holland pretends to Catholic leanings, to please, 417
-, displeased at dismissal of Conn, 419.

Bellievre claims for wife, to sit in presence of, 420
-, reasons with him, 421
-, coach denied to Bellievre's wife, 422
-, Bellievre discusses with Giustinian, 438.

asks for Fielding's confirmation at Turin, 424
-, sends condolences to Savoy, 427.

going to Oatlands, 441
-, returns to London to receive mother, 446, 463, 468.

gets mother's favourites admitted, 449
-, relieved at mother's restored health, 459.

delight at dauphin's birth, 449
-, releases prisoners, 456
-, sends congratulations 458.

persuaded king to honour mother, 460
-, asseverates that mother will not stay, 468
-, filial reverence to mother, 471.

Fielding sends presents to, 468
-, prepares presents for queen of Spain, 472.

coach sent for Giustinian's entry, 472
-, receives Giustinian, 473.

1639 :

receives baron of Tornone, 484
-, presents to Tornone, 490.

wet nurse for, from France, 484
-, gives birth to Princess Katharine, 495
-, fears for health, 497.

reported going to France for health, 502
-, vow to Loreto, 507n.

sends Tresson to Rome, 506
-, king sends to from York, 533
-, writes to of Huntly's arrest, 539.

prevents king sending away La Valette, 506
-, king parts from, 520
-, king ordains super dower for, 525.

speaks to Bellievre about mother, 521.

Council to report to weekly, 525
-, appeals to Catholics for money, 535.

begs for money from gentry, 539.

to speak to Giustinian about reconciliation with Savoy, 452
-, Prince of Denmark ees, 545.

Spanish marriage proposals very agreeable to, 543, 592
-, sends Jermyn to Court, 545.

Lord Henry Ker takes letters of to king, 544n
-, king impatient of absence from, 554.

king reports hopes of settlement to, 548
-, passionately desires settlement, 550, 551.

king informs of negotiations and hope of composition, 551
-, foreign ministers congratulate on composition, 554
-, anxious for more information, 559.

sends Digby as agent, to pope, 559
-, Palatine sends gentleman to, 563.

persuades king not to go to Scotland, 561
-, goes to Theobalds to meet king, 563.

Bellievre fears may induce mother to go to France, 566
-, prevents reduction of mother's pension, 576.

Rossetti presented to, 570
-, presents to Conn and pope, 572.

helped Aerssens to mollify king, 601
-, Orange asks to be godmother to son, 603, 606.

almoner of. See Noel, Jacques le, bishop of Angoulme.

confessor of. See Philips, Father Robert.

treasurer of. See Wynne, Sir Richard.

Henry III, king of England :

composition for forests made with, 299
-, forests caused Barons Wars against, 300.

Henry VII, king of England :

treaty with Archduke Philip (Intercursus Magnus), 224, 227.

Henry II, king of France :

killed in tournament, 313.

Henry IV, king of France :

loan of elector Palatine to, 155
-, valour of English fighting for, 296.

Henry Bonaventura, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 453.

Herbert, Edward, baron, of Cherbury, English ambassador in France :

desires Venetian embassy, 216
-, efforts to get, 360, 363, 388
-, character, 363.

Herbert, John :

mission to Denmark and settlement about fisheries, 159n.

Herbert, Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, the .Lord Chamberlain :

Polish ambassador to ask audience through, 271n
-, Zonca to see about Giustinian's reception, 363, 433
-, the interview, 434, 435.

interested in Fishing Association, 512n
-, petition of, 581n.

delayed journey north for son's wedding, 516n.

expected removal, as a Puritan, 571
-, king sends to Oquendo, 581.

-, Philip lord Herbert, son of :

marries Lady Bayning, 516n.

Hercules, merchantman :

in Salee expedition, 252n.

exports currants from Zante, 452, 453.

Hermestain. See Ehrenbreitstein.

Hertford, earl of. See Seymour, William.

Hesse Cassel [Germany] :

Croats driven from, 219.

army of :

Palatine, shrinks from commanding, 327
-, French ambassador urges Palatine to take command, 332
-, arrangements for, 365.

endeavour to obtain French support for, 372.

Palatine tries to stir states of, 374
-, Louis accepts formula for, 487.

landgrave of. See William V
-, William VI
-, landgrave of Hesse Cassel.

-, brothers of. See Christian brother of the landgrave of Hesse
-, Ernest
-, Frederick.

landgravine of. See Amalia Elizabeth.

Hesse Darmstadt :

landgrave of. See George II.

-, brother of. See John, prince of Hesse Darmstadt.

Heylin, Peter, Laud's chaplain.

author of "A Coal from the Altar," 246n.

Hider. See Hyde.

hides :

exported to Ancona from Ragusa, 331.

Hied. See Hyde.

High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.

Hobson, Obson, Opson, John, English merchant :

Rowlandson speaks of kindness to, 22.

Fielding speaks for, 27, 232, 239
-, redress promised to, 42, 43, 48, 233, 239
-, Fielding satisfied, 49.

Fielding returns thanks for, 275.

agent of Vassal and Co., to propose transfer of trade to Spalato, 331, 338, 396
-, to arrange for transfer from Ragusa, 345
-, applies to Savii alla Mercanza, referred to doge, 362.

paper presented by, Zonca warned about, 365, 386
-, reply to, 374.

Hoces, Don Lope de, Don Lopes d' Osa, admiral of the Spanish fleet from Dunkirk :

raises money in England to supply fleet, 395
-, killed in the battle of the Downs, 586.

Holdenby, Holmby, Hombi, Ombi, co. Northants :

queen withdraws to, 53.

Holland, Province of :

news from, 327, 522.

Joachimi returning to, 1, 94
-, Duke of Bouillon proceeding to, 3
-, Joachimi back in, 60.

fishermen return unmolested to, 38
-, England will not protect fisheries of, 533.

excitement in at toll taken from fishermen, 58, 85, 89
-, call for war with England, 86.

Joachimi to return to, to report, 63
-, Zonca leaves for, 88
-, back from, 98.

Hesse's brothers arrive from, 85
-, Polish ambassador sails to, 279.

Orange points out danger of precipitancy to, 106
-, to discuss question of liberty of the sea, 124.

heated and inconclusive discussion about fisheries, 129.

states prorogued, naval preparations, 139.

Palatine's manifesto printed in, 213
-, English gentlemen volunteers for Palatine go to, 401.

Rey sails for, 319, 351
-, Curtius goes to, 357
-, Vosberghen returns to, 362, 365.

money remitted to, for Palatine, 410, 413, 446.

Countess of Levenstein arrives from, 419
-, messages to queen mother in, 446, 460
-, queen mother offers to stay in, 455.

Knuyt returns to, 466.

-, - States of :

question of French alliance submitted to, 264.

Holland. See also Netherlands.

Holland, earl of. See Rich, Henry.

Holmby. See Holdenby.

Holstein, duchy of :

Hamburgers will not do homage to Prince of Denmark for, 223
-, Denmark defends against Gallas, 373.

-, duke of. See Frederick III, duke of Holstein Gottorp.

"Holy Table, Name and Thing" :

Williams condemned for writing, 246n.

Hombi. See Holdenby.

hops :

Charles puts taxes on, 299.

Hopton, Opton, Sir Arthur, English ambassador in Spain, 388, 389 :

despatches quoted, 442n, 496n, 498n, 553n.

king appoints, 371
-, knighted, 371n, 374.

instructions for, 374, 396
-, Aston to return by ship that brings, 390, 391, 396.

about to start, 396
-, Aston leaves before arrival, 399.

departure delayed for Chevreuse, 405
-, sets out, 413, 417.

expectations of, 420
-, arrival, 434
-, first audience, 437.

says Spanish proposals will end in talk, 486
-, to complain about Cardenas and threaten, 489, 490
-, settles quarrel with Cardenas, 577.

report on Tyrone, 498n
-, offers for reinstatement of Palatine, 532.

offers alliance for help against Scots, 549
-, negotiations for alliance and marriage, 604.

informed of passport obtained for Palatine, 583
-, informed of battle in Downs, speaks for Dutch, 599.

to stop negotiations between Spain and France, 602.

Horse, master of the. See master of the Horse.

horses :

required by Correr, 40
-, allowance to ambassador for, 105, 157
-, ship to transport Correr's, 334.

duty imposed on all exported, 91
-, numbers exported to France, 92.

Oato presents to king and Hamilton, 193
-, presented to Onate, 419
-, presented to Palatine and Rupert, 234.

king of Morocco presents to Charles, 316, 417
-, Charles presents to king of Morocco, 417.

presented to Chevreuse in Spain, 372.

Cardinal Infant sends to buy in England, 457.

sent from Holland to Scots, captured, 548.

hackneys, 419.

household, the king's, 525 :

sets out for York, 515
-, Fielding tries to obtain post in, 574, 583.

-, of the prince of Wales :

establishment of, 404.

houses :

Charles proposes to tax, 299.

Houssay, seigneur de. See Mallier, Claude de.

Howard, Alethea, countess of Arundel :

opinion on Nave affair, 176
-, entertains Zonca, 359.

going to Rome, aspires to red hat for nephew, 535
-, present to Conn, 572.

Howard, Charles, earl of Nottingham, Notingen :

attends Bellievre to audience, 333.

Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel and Surrey, earl marshal :

one of the inner circle of the cabinet, 209n.

mission to emperor, and result, 307.

-, -, -, English Ambassador extraordinary to the emperor, 46, 55, 56 :

Radolti's behaviour augurs ill for success of, 2
-, to act in concert with Danish ministers, 3.

to work for general peace, 3, 10
-, Palatine's mistrust of, 19, 20.

England to act if no satisfactory answer to, 4, 16
-, should have been sent to prevent diet, 16.

mission causes France to act with reserve, 5
-, Austrian Court waiting for, 7.

waiting for audience of emperor, 9, 14
-, at Linz, entertainment of, 10
-, arrives at Ratisbon, 15.

Leicester waiting for news of, 15
-, ministers waiting for result of negotiations, 22.

first audiences of, 17
-, unsatisfactory conference with bishop of Vienna, 18.

Austrians reassured by mission, but daunted by tone taken, 17.

to resist confirmation of electoral vote to Bavaria, 21
-, staying at Prague, 26.

Ballarino goes to Linz to see, leaves for Vienna, 22.

emperor's evasive reply to, 24
-, report from Linz, 33.

visit to queen of Hungary disapproved, 33
-, vigorous action if mission fails, 38.

Ballarino sees at Freystadt, 34
-, complains of Taylor, 35.

moderate terms acceptable to, 35
-, sober report of negotiations, 39
-, report to Princess Palatine, 62.

fresh instructions for, 37
-, going to Prague to confer with Saxony, 43.

reported to have gone to Hungary, critical attitude to, 47
-, servants murdered, 65.

king writes to privately by secretary, 51
-, reason for this, 59.

Senneterre declares mission waste of timo, 54
-, Palatine says same, 67.

disturbed and dissatisfied, 65
-, threatens to leave, 66, 93
-, rumours of recall, 73, 84, 89.

writes to Princess Palatine of Poland's proposed marriage to emperor's daughter, 71.

reports scant satisfaction, fresh instructions to, 75
-, all depends on negotiations, 76.

talk of sending to Cologne congress, 76, 109, 114.

stout reply to emperor, 78
-, long conferences with Oate, dubious behaviour, 79, 93.

renewed appeal to emperor, 78
-, fresh dispatches from no hope of success, 81.

no fresh instructions to, 81, 82
-, reports refusal to reopen negotiations, 86.

Oate tries to get him to stay, 90
-, to leave Court but not Germany, 91.

long conferences at Ratisbon, 93, 101
-, leaves unexpectedly, 98, 108
-, cause of leaving, 102.

despatches express deep dissatisfaction, 100, 101
-, reports detention and offers, 103
-, staying at Ratisbon, 111.

devotion to Princess Palatine, 102
-, various reports at Hague, 108
-, French opinion on, 111, 112.

spreads reports of English war preparations, 103
-, reports proposals made to him, 114.

fresh instructions to, 109
-, expected to stay in Germany, 113
-, calmed down by ministers, 118.

expected at Hague, 114, 115
-, reported at Hague, 117
-, short stay at Hague, 118
-, Dutch get nothing from, 122.

expected in England, 119, 122
-, tells Princess Palatine that difficulties come from Bavaria, 132.

left Taylor behind, 385.

1637 :

back home, makes report to king, 126, 129
-, Onate criticises, 127.

king directs to make report of negotiations, 129, 130
-, gives account to Council, 133.

strongly urges breach with Austria, 146, 147
-, king highly commends action, 156.

may go to congress at Cologne, 156
-, suggests mediation of Venice for peace, 173.

Correr speaks to about Nave affair, 163, 178, 181
-, at Cabinet council about affair, 168.

opinion on Nave affair, 176
-, promises to try and get affair settled, 178, 179
-, advises Correr not to speak to king again about it, 181.

Oate offers terms rejected by, 181
-, negotiations with Austria broken since return, 186.

advocates Madagascar expedition, 184, 188
-, says king resents Senneterre going, 241.

Correr to inform of reparation for Nave affair, 212
-, pleased at settlement, 220, 226.

Oate to be treated like, 224
-, friendly letter to bishop of Vienna, 253.

accompanies Palatine brothers to coast, 237n
-, hints at Venetian mediation for Palatine, 261.

Polish ambassador outlines business to, 265
-, and tries to get introduction through 270, 271, 294, 316.

urges reconciliation of Venice and Savoy, 311.

1638 :

Zonca to see about Giustinian's reception, 363
-, representations to, 435.

made general of the royal forces, 477
-, advances to Tweed and halts, 544.

contradicts report of negotiations, at Brussels, 489
-, king sends to Oquendo, 581.

interested in Fishing Association, 512n
-, proposed expedition to Madagascar, 578, 592.

deputy to hear Scottish proposals, 541.

Huberley, Francis :

accused Pickering of being a papist, 424n.

Huncks, Lieut. Col. :

Palatine sends to England to raise regiment, 436.

Hungary :

Arundel said to have gone to, 47
-, English goods sent to through Ragnsa, 330
-, proposed use of Spalato for, 345
-, proposal to use Zengg as port for, 396.

-, king of. See Ferdinand, son of the emperor.

-, queen of. See Maria Anna, daughter of Philip III.

hunting, the chase, 33, 325.

devotion of Charles to, 145, 297, 316.

Charles away, 6, 36, 53n, 59n, 64, 88, 220, 246n, 269, 324, 378, 433, 571, 590.

emperor takes Arundel, 10, 54.

king and princes Palatine, at Oatlands, 14
-, skill of Palatine at, 577.

Correr invited to, with king, 46, king took Prince Radzivil to, 568.

James fond of, 297.

Scottish troubles make king indulge less in, 435, 436.

Huntingdon, earl of. See Hastings, Henry.

Huntly, Marquis of. See Gordon, George.

Hutton, Sir Richard, justice of the Common Pleas :

judgment in ship money case, 409, 410
-, slanderer of punished, 424.

Hyde, Mr., secretary of Lord Fielding at Venice :

asks for ambassador's wine to be exempted from duty, 92.

Hyde, Hider, Hied, Ider, Henry, English merchant :

English ministers know nothing of, 22.

Fielding speaks for, 27, 48, 49, 75, 381
-, favour promised to, 42, 75.

farms duty on currants, 57, 75
-, offer made for duty, 61.

proposes to divert trade from Morea, 57, 58.

special tribunal refused to, 72.

withdraws to Morea, 381
-, appointed to deal with currant trade, 402, 549n.

wounded at Zante, 415
-, carried off as slave, 443.

found guilty of defrauding customs, 439
-, conspiracy against at Zante, 450-452, 528-530.

accounts for currants exported, 452-455
-, accounts examined, 508.

arrives at Zante, 508
-, to have best of treatment, 508.

memorials to Fielding, on wrongs, 527-530
-, case of against Simes, 530.

undertakes farm of customs in islands, 528.

Talbot presents memorial for, 538
-, recommendation of Savii alla Mercanzia, 546
-, Talbot appeals for, 570.

Hyde, Hider, Hyder, Laurence :

special tribunal refused for, 72, 572.