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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Denmark claims tribute from whale fisheries off, 159, 219.
Ider. See Hyde.
imperial ban :
removal should content Arundel, 18
-, Saxony and Brandenburg opposed, 306.
imperialists, Austrians :
domination to be built on ruin of Protestant princes, 306.
unlikely to get favourable declaration from England, 2
-, Anglo French negotiations designed to keep uneasy, 3, 15, 34.
England cannot attack if embroiled with Dutch, 4
-, war with restrains Dutch resentment against England, 7
-, fleet may be intended against, 24.
French say England will join to attack Dutch, 7
-, French should not mind alliance of with England, 10.
desire to upset Polish Palatine match, 13
-, adjustment of Palatine's affairs with impossible, 47.
expected mild measures from Arundel's mission, but alarmed at his tone, 17
-, will not make peace without restoration of Lorraine, 18.
refer Palatine decision to diet, 35
-, negotiations with Arundel depend on event in campaign, 36.
English harshness to Dutch will encourage, 50, 86.
Charles disgusted with, recalls Arundel, 51
-, terms offered by unacceptable, 56.
England interested in checking success of, 54
-, English ministers in pay of, 62, 66.
Senneterre points out calculated delays, 55
-, manoeuvring to increase ill feeling and persuade English to alliance, 62.
successes of injures Arundel's negotiations, 65, 66
-, England unwilling to declare against, 71.
give Poland emperor's daughter, to gain, 71.
England no longer anxious to alarm by French negotiations, 76
-, only want to divert England by compliments, 80, 103.
apprehensive of trouble from Turks, 78
-, Swedish successes against, 100.
hopeless to trust to promises, 87
-, England may not mind being deceived by, 108.
England displeased at punctilio of over Cardinal of Lyon, 109.
no desire for peace, 112
-, negotiations with France only meant to alarm, 114.
Charles agrees to offers made by, 116
-, Arundel anxious to spare trouble from England, 118.
Charles cannot make war on without parliament, 122, 123
-, Beveren says England ready for breach with, 124
-, English threats against, 129
-, England to declare war on, if unsatisfied, 155, 175, 180, 230, 234, 346.
likely to profit by dissensions in France, 131.
will go any length to win over English against Dutch, 139
-, likely to upset plan of Palatine's fleet, 145, 152.
England encourages Sweden to continue war with, 142
-, English do not think Swedes will make peace with, 173.
English demands go beyond what will concede, 156
-, English negotiations with France only to be able to make advantageous peace with, 166, 219.
England has no personal grievance against, 180
-, Charles would prefer to make peace with, 193, 266, 270.
no need for alarm if Swedes and Dutch to join Anglo French alliance, 181.
Palatine advocates listening to proposals, 193
-, Charles hesitates between, and France, 198.
Swedes hemmed in by forces, 194
-, France unable to gain advantage over, 198.
alliance of England and Sweden may force to peace with France, 205
-, means of evading obligations with, 209.
forces gather to prevent Saxe Weimar crossing Rhine, 243.
negotiation useless with, 247
-, apprehensive about declarations of England, 253.
aim at transferring negotiations to Rome, 254.
offer to surrender Palatinates if France gives up Lorraine, 258.
French may seize excuse for making peace with, 261, 266.
reported defeat by Swedes, 288, 293
-, Charles will only fight at sea, 309
-, England hopes to get advantage for Palatine from reverses of, 312.
successes in Pomerania, 364
-, abandoning Pomerania, 373.
England contributes to strengthen, 389
-, quarrels with Dutch improve position in England, 449.
Oldenburg promises neutrality towards, 417
-, negotiations with Sweden, 439.
capture Meppen, 417
-, England asked to break openly with, 463.
defeat Palatine's forces at Gohfeld, 469
-, unlikely to exchange Rupert for Casimir, 481.
severity to Rupert, 481
-, English pleased that Rupert in custody of, 488.
Taylor's confidential relations with, 486
-, Taylor arranges settlement with, 522.
Palatine profits by misfortunes, 488
-, not agreed about arrangements for Palatine, 489, 490.
England promises to join to free empire from French, 503.
want to unravel England's ambigious proceedings, 526
-, terms proposed to England, 541.
England's assurances to France about negotiations with, 548, 551
-, England wishes to keep up negotiations with, 553.
Charles not sure if sending deputies as promised, 552
-, profess eagerness for negotiations, 559.
Swedish victories over, 556
-, Craven escaped by paying ransom, 580.
Charles hopes to alarm by treating with Weimar's army and Swiss, 566, 573.
Denmark treating with, for Palatine, 573.
impositions, contributions :
on exports and imports, newly exacted to raise money for fleet, 91
-, insufficient to maintain forces for war, 130
-, difficulties in collection, 136
-, judges decide on king's power to levy, 153.
increase of, 167, 298, 299, 387, 388.
Inchcolm, island, Firth of Forth, Scotland :
Hamilton lands men on, 543, 546.
Inchkeith island, Firth of Forth, Scotland :
Hamilton lands men on, 543, 546.
India company :
ships of sent to blockade Grave, 577.
English recruits used by Dutch in, 123
-, Beveren disproves charge, 134.
Palatine's fleet to attack fleet from, 141.
Dutch occupied in, 307
-, English claims to revived, 507
-, Dutch take up question again to placate Charles, 550.
Spain declares interlopers in pirates, 507.
Indies, East. See East Indies.
-, West. See West Indies.
Industry, merchantman :
to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n
-, escorts Rusdorf to Holland, 234n
-, conveys Spanish troops for Flanders, 553n.
Infant of Spain
-, See Baltasar
-, Ferdinand son of Philip III.
insignia, royal, of Scotland :
brought from Dalkeith to Edinburgh, 535.
Intercursus Magnus :
invoked against work at Gravelines, 228, 227.
interpreter to Venetian ambassador :
salary of, 105, 157.
Ireland and Irish, 578 :
English mastery over waters of, 19
-, two guardships for waters, 413.
depredations of Turkish pirates in, 73, 77, 116, 256, 377, 449, 462.
English valour against Spaniards in, 296.
king sends to for troops against Scots, 392
-, troops from sent to Carlisle, 492.
people of northern join Scottish covenant, 407.
discontent against Viceroy, 430
-, Tyrone's attempted rebellion in, 498.
peers of excluded from parliament, 434.
tallow exported from, 461.
force offered by against Scots, 494
-, measures to prevent Scots attacking, 496
-, officers sent to, 541.
Scots mass forces on side of, 495
-, capture of Dumbarton checks attack from, 524.
fear of Spaniards making trouble in, 498, 570.
attack on Scotland from ordered, 535
-, Hamilton waiting for march of troops from, 541
-, 10,000 more infantry ordered from, 550.
Wentworth promises king army from, 592, 595
-, and holds out hopes of help from clergy, 596.
proposal to hold parliament in, for supplies, 602
-, decision to hold, 605.
-, levies from. See levies, Irish.
-, lord deputy, viceroy of. See Wentworth, Thomas, viscount.
-, nobility. See nobility, Irish.
Isabella of Bourbon, queen of Spain :
Chevreuse informs of arrival, 279
-, jealous and falls sick, 341
-, honours Chevreuse, 366
-, presents to Chevreuse, 372
-, presents to sister Henrietta, 408.
friar Basili takes relics to, 405
-, compliments by Cardenas to sister, 416.
demanded presents from Giustinian's wife, 458
-, queen of England preparing gifts for, 472.
Iskanderun. See Alexandretta.
Italy, 121, 135 :
news from, 7, 71, 158, 166, 241, 278, 388, 399.
lack of news from, 161, 242, 380, 386, 572, 593, 599.
consumption of currants in, 538.
Charles asks Correr for news of, 45, 64, 66.
scant success against Austria in, 54.
interest of princes to succour Parma, 147, 157
-, Conn discusses affairs of, 148.
Palatine asks for news of, 152.
money sent from Spain to Flanders by way of, 154.
Spain not called upon to protect princes, 252.
offer to take queen mother to, 264.
Charles regrets disturbances in, 267, 293
-, anxious to serve, 275, 283.
Richelieu talks of, 284
-, French occupied in, 307
-, French attention likely to be called to, 311.
policy of Venice to maintain peace in, 294, 295, 310, 317.
English watch affairs closely, 310
-, think war in would not hurt them, 312
-, Windebank speaks of, 322.
league to drive French out of, 362, 363, 365, 398
-, Prince Tomaso starting for, 363.
Fielding proposes co-operation for affairs of, 366, 367
-, only friendly, 388.
Oate asks for news of, 377.
total English exports to do not balance Leghorn trade, 402.
Fielding urges peace of, on Savoy, 405.
Egmont travelling in, 430, 434
-, La Valette reported in, 470.
Pelegrini appointed consul general for England in, 482.
England's desire for peace of, 519, 520, 523, 527.
troops for conveyed in English ships, 553.