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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James I, king of Great Britain :
promise of emperor to, about electoral vote, 17, 306
-, reasons for taking up Palatine's cause, 305.
grants glass monoploy to Mansell, 40.
did not claim sovereignty of sea, 122.
Warwick contrasts rule with that of Charles, 124.
Prince of Wales godfather to sister Anne in name of, 188.
debts to Denmark, 235
-, prodigality, 296, 297
-, debts left by, 298.
policy to render English unwarlike, 296
-, love of hunting and unpopularity, 297.
declared enemy of Puritans, 300.
unsuccessful in colonising Virginia, 304
-, attack on pirates at Algiers, 448.
care for ambassadors, 314.
Scots demand revocation of acts of, 399.
James, son of Charles I, duke of York, 424 :
office of Lord High Admiral of England reserved for, 394
-, goes to Richmond, 418.
Jansen, Jan, captain of the Wolf of Medemblik :
captured by English, 446n.
Jaques, Sir Roger, Lord Mayor of York :
Lords Saye and Brooke committed to custody of, 536n.
Jask [Persia] :
Mary sails to, 34n.
Jenkinson, Antony, English envoy to Denmark :
to treat about northern fisheries, 159n.
Jeremiah, merchantman :
exports currants from Zante, 452, 453.
Jermyn, Germas, German, Germen, Germano, Henry :
takes congratulations on birth of dauphin, 449, 456
-, introduced to sovereigns, 458
-, takes leave, 466.
takes assurances to France about queen mother, 500, 501
-, answer all ready for, 504, 505.
Bellievre tried hard to stop mission, 506
-, treats with Richelieu, 508
-, sent back with curt answer, 511.
sees Richelieu again without result, 513
-, England impatient to hear result of mission, 516.
queen incensed at difficulties encountered by, 521
-, goes to Court to report reply, 534
-, queen sends to king, 545.
appointed master of horse to the queen, 571n.
Jersey, Zerze, Channel Islands :
duchess of Chevreuse reported at, 272
-, troops sent to guard against French attack, 525
-, Leicester reports French designs on, 605.
Oate employs English as interpreter, 80.
Spaniards use in intrigues in England, 126.
tutor in houses of great, 126
-, resist appointment of bishop, 301.
king suspects Conn of plotting with, 274
-, influence over Catholics in England, 302, 303
-, Conn too intimate with, 303.
believe in pope's authority to depose princes, 301.
Scottish, taken by du Hallier at Watten, 422, 423.
Cardinal Infant sends to offer help against Scots, 547.
Jew and Jews :
Nave's fault bribery by a, 165.
privileged in trading at Spalato, 345.
submit to consulage when using English ships, 396.
Crow quarrels with Bastangi Pasha over, 466.
secure monopoly of currants in Ionian islands, 531.
presented by pope to queen, 69, 70.
presented to Palatine and Rupert, 234.
left by queen dowager of Denmark, 236
-, Roe recovers from Denmark, 567.
of queen mother, redeemed from England, 365.
presented to Chevreuse in Spain, 372.
presented to Tornone, 490.
queen sends to Loreto, 506.
diamonds, 69, 70, 102, 183.
-, Tromp said to have bribed Pennington with, 589.
Joachimi, Gioachimi, Albert, Dutch ambassador in England :
takes leave of king, 1
-, English severity to ship taking, 6-8
-, speaks in Assembly about English maritime claims, 7
-, Bouillon visits, 9.
ill success over ships, 14
-, to remonstrate at interference with fishermen, 50.
fleet to escort to England, 56
-, return opportune, 60
-, States waiting to hear from, 62.
goes straight to see king about busses, 62
-, but put off, 63.
asks for commissioners to settle maritime disputes, reply to, 68
-, to take back reply in person, 71.
agitated by lack of success, 72
-, report at Hague, 79, 80, 95
-, report awaited, 85, 94
-, to make representations about fisheries, 108.
returning to England, 238
-, expected arrival, 241
-, not expected soon, 251
-, returns to reside, 333.
reports capture of fort St. George, 357.
remonstrates about convoy of powder to Flanders, 421, 427.
remonstrates about letters of marque, 427, 429
-, complains of Spanish influences in government, 429
-, memorial upon, 440n
-, ceases offices, 467.
exertions for restoration of ships, 440
-, complaints about attack on Jupiter, 442, 443
-, obtains recall of letters of marque, 446, 449
-, and obtains enquiry about Jupiter, 455.
fears peace between France and Austria, 479.
English troops in Holland to be recalled through, 496.
preparing to follow Court, 499.
opposes English ships taking Spanish troops to Flanders, 525
-, answer to, 537, 539, 540.
to support demands of Palatine, 556.
remonstrance with for search of English ships, 557
-, remonstrance at seizure of Dutch warships, 562
-, order to repeat it, with warning, 568.
suspicions of peace excluding Dutch, 570
-, dismay at king receiving Cardenas, 577.
remonstrates about helping men and money to Flanders, 574
-, prevents soldiers being sent to Dunkirk, 579.
accuses Pennington of letting Spanish ships escape, 575n.
tries to prevent Oquendo's fleet being allowed start, 575
-, suggests seizing fleet and money for use of Palatine, 576, 577.
reports Council partial to Spaniards, 579
-, urges that Spanish fleet be ordered away, 581
-, king promises to make them go in a week, 582.
more determined instructions sent to, 582
-, Dutch alarmed at not hearing from, 588
-, reports to States, 590.
tries to mollify king about insult to shores, 587, 589
-, reports efforts of Spaniards to incense king, 595
-, reports king obdurate, 597.
presents proposal for understanding with England, 602
-, opposes use of English ships to take supplies to Flanders, 606.
Bellievre to meet Aerssens at house of, 603.
John, king of England :
composition for forests made with, 299.
John, prince of Hesse Darmstadt, Ermestat :
staying incognito in England, 404
-, object of stay, 404, 408
-, makes self known, leaving in royal ship, 413.
John Casimir, Prince of Poland, brother of Uladislaus IV, Prince Casimir :
appointment to regiment, 7
-, suggested marriage to queen of Sweden, 290, 351.
sent to Madrid about Baltic arrangement, 429.
proposed exchange for Rupert, 479-481, 508, 562, 566
-, Leicester to treat for, 561, 563.
taken to Vincennes, 508
-, in strict custody, 593.
John Ernest, prince of Saxony :
deprived by Emperor Charles V, 306.
John Frederick I, Magnanimus, elector of Saxony, Frederick duke of Saxony :
deprived by Charles V, 306.
John George, duke of, elector of Saxony :
Arundel to confer with, at Prague, 43
-, would be offended by cession of Wirtemberg to Palatine, id.
Count Brandestein sent to, with peace proposals, 194.
opposed ban and transfer of electorate, 306
-, accepted position as too weak to resist, 306
-, Gallas joins forces with, 314.
Johnstone, Archibald :
commissioner to treat with king, 551n.
Jol, Cornelius, Gamba di Pallo :
detached with squadron against Spanish reinforcements, 584.
Jones, Sir William, justice of the King's Bench :
judgment on ship money case, 409, 410.
Joseph, Pre. See Tremblay, Francois du.
judges, lawyers :
king obtains judgment from that has power to impose taxes, 153, 156, 159, 299, 332
-, murmuring caused by, 167.
notoriously corrupt, 165, 166.
outcry against at condemnation of Williams, 304.
appeal to against ship money, 332
-, argument before, 338
-, anticipations of judgment, 353
-, judgment delivered, 370, 376, 409, 410, 419, 425, 426.
maledictions against over judgment, 429.
Jupiter, Dutch ship :
attacked and blown up, in Plymouth Sound, 442.
searching enquiry about, 443, 445
-, referred to Admiralty Court, 467.
justices of the peace :
returns of foreigners by, 516n.
Juxon, William, bishop of London, Lord Treasurer :
issues patents in favour of Persian merchant, 16.
at Council meeting about Nave, 168.
accused of undermining religion to erect popery, 304.
chaplain punished for slander, 424.
ordered to provide for entertainment of queen mother, 460.
supplies money to army 545
-, talk of replacing by Wentworth, 568, 571.
Jyn, le, Dutch ship :
taken by letters of reprisals, 440n.