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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Udenheim. See Philipsburg.
Uladislaus IV, king of Poland :
grows lukewarm about Palatine match, 9, 11
-, insists on princess becoming a Catholic, 11
-, Charles taxes with ingratitude, 11.
English offended at behaviour, 12
-, Gordon to assure of friendliness, 13.
professes desire for union with Palatine, 13
-, English desire to conciliate, 15.
unlikely to make match unless Palatines reconciled with emperor, 15
-, match little thought of, 77
-, never intended marriage, 273.
talk of marriage to Princess of Mantua, 51
-, negotiations for marriage with emperor's daughter, 71, 157, 168
-, marriage strengthens tie with imperialists, 157.
England may join with to make peace, 76.
still desires Palatine princess, 168
-, Charles shows letter asking consent to Palatine match, 271.
announces marriage to emperor's daughter, 265
-, ambassador protests will resent affront, 273
-, Charles refuses relations with, 294
-, ambassador's excuses for, 348.
to abandon claim to Sweden if brother marries queen, 290.
imposes dues at Danzig, 343, 350
-, Danzigers appeal to Denmark against, 357.
only wanted Palatine match to get English help against Sweden, 348.
Danes capture ships off Danzig, 360
-, arrangement with Spain about Baltic, 429.
Princess Palatine writes to about exchange of Prince Casimir for Rupert, 561.
supposed advances through Radzivil, 566
-, but only compliments, 568.
English contemplate fomenting against France, 605.
Unicorn, king's ship :
in commission for winter, 63n.
Unicorn, of London, merchantman :
to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n.
United Provinces. See Netherlands.
Urban VIII, pope :
offence given to Venice over eulogy, 149.
sends Panzani to England, 301
-, impossible to make concessions about oath of allegiance, 302.
appreciates good treatment of Catholics, 303.
will not make concessions required for reunion of Anglican church, 303.
Baglioni fears Arundel may take negotiations out of hands of, 10.
sends Cardinal Ginetti to conference at Cologne, 39n.
sends Conn to England, 39, 69
-, gives leave to Panzani to return, 97.
will not remove censure against Catholics who take oath, 69.
hopes to bring Charles over to Catholicism, 69
-, presents sent to Queen Henrietta Maria, 69, 70.
friendly relations with Venice restored, 78.
Panzani taking portrait of queen to, 119
-, abandons idea of bishop in England, 120.
expression of friendship to Venice, 148.
concessions asked of for trade, 149
-, policy of in trade negotiations, 217.
Conn offers red hats in name of, 150.
intervention for peace, 173.
offended with Spaniards for rejoicing at death, prepares army, 267
-, recovered, 272.
sounding England about making Conn cardinal, 272.
wants to get congress on peace to Rome, 274.
plans for England made smooth if Scots subdued, 277.
secret negotiations with Venice for adjustment, 362
-, approaching success, 394, 401.
league with Venice to expel French from Italy, 363n.
queen of England urges to reconcile mother and brother, 507.
Venetian ambassador sent to, for general peace, 514
-, France hopes for peace through mediation of, 521.
Scots make responsible for royal action, 536.
queen sends Digby as agent to, 559
-, Rossetti sent as agent of, 570
-, Conn takes gifts to, from queen, 572.
effort of ministers to get passports for Palatine, 585.
raid into Turkish dominions, incited by emperor, 398.
Usedom, Usedon [Pomerania, Germany] :
imperialists take, 364.
Utrecht, Dutch warship :
seized by English fleet, 561.