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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 26, 1642-1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1925.

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'Index: Y', in Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 26, 1642-1643, (London, 1925) pp. 387-388. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/venice/vol26/pp387-388 [accessed 1 March 2024]

Index Y Yarmouth, Great, Darmoud, co. Norfolk : ship for king taken at, 178. York, co. York, 30, 41, 99, 104, 133, 270. letters dated at, 93, 110, 114, 122. news from, 46. king may go to, 17 king proceeds to, 25 king's reception at, 29. parliament deputation to, 33, 37. several lords and twenty of Commons join king at, 34 officials removed for not attending at, 102. popularity of king at, 37 king returns to, from Hull, 50. garter celebrations at, 39 priests put to death at, 52. parliament instructions sent to, 53 deputies sent to, 54, 91 parliament sends to arrest Lindsey and Saville at, 78. Londoun arrives at, 54 report from king at, 80. king tries to remove courts to, 65 many nobles set out for, 69, 71, 276n others follow to, 84, 91, 113. military officers for Ireland join king at, 70 Rupert and Maurice expected at, 85, 103. parliament collects army against, 79 parliament forbids sending munitions to, 96, 97. suggestion to hold parliament at, 88. La Fert going to, 97, 131 king returning to, 105 king back at, 124. book of rates sent to, 97 Murray reaches London from, 125. king's forces at, 101, 131, 135 king sets out from, 139. Palatine leaves, 137 Rupert injured in riding to, 142. queen talks of going to, 151 munitions from Holland for, 157 Dutch allow soldiers to proceed to, 158. apprehension from Hull, 168. Fairfax blockades, 211 Newcastle drives off parliamentarians from, 217. royalists confirm hold on, 219 Cumberland regulates government of, 223. plot to betray, 236 fears of a fresh siege, 247. queen staying near, 252, 259, 260 Fairfax sends to queen at, 257. fear that king may take army to, 273 succour from reaches king, 276, 279. queen leaving, 283, 290, 292. -, mayor of. See Cowper, Edmund. York, duke of. See James. Yorkshire : favours king's cause, 25, 84. parliament writes to friendly gentry of, 31. petition to king and parliament, 43 petition against removing munitions from Hull, 49. king's address to gentry of, 53 king counts on help to take Hull, 61 king renews appeal to, 64. king may retire to Wales, if fails him, 54, 61 king makes tour of, 105. parliament tries to prevent meeting of, 66 loyal protests, king's address to, 69. king summons meeting of, 72 king's address to, 77 reception of, 78 fresh summons to, 101. peace compact in, denounced by parliament, 177 parliament forces worsted in, 189. warlike operations continued in, 199, 211 defeat of royalists in, 240. declaration of Newcastle to, 223 Cumberland left in charge of, 225. quarrel between parliamentary leaders in, 235. influence of Lord Saville in, 236 Fairfax pursued to borders of, 268. pressure to prevent queen and Newcastle leaving, 276. parliament wants Scots to help recover, 277 Newcastle left in charge of, 283, 293. Newcastle secures mastery in, 298, 305. -, sheriff of. See Gore, Sir Thomas.