Index: I

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27, 1643-1647. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1926.

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'Index: I', in Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27, 1643-1647, (London, 1926) pp. 361-363. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/venice/vol27/pp361-363 [accessed 1 March 2024]

Index I Ibrahim, Sultan of Turkey, Grand Turk : Crow obtains concessions from 59 Crow and, 253 Crow accuses own merchants to, 274. would not support injustice of minister, 92 Bailo arrested because of wrath of, 193 energy in equipping fleet, 239. takes English merchants under protection, 273 letter of Charles to, favouring Crow, 291-293. Ider. See Hyde. images : parliament orders destruction of, in churches, 17 burned by hangman, 68. imperialists, Austrians : success may check desire for congress, 15 hopes of assistance from for Charles, 66 Mazarin wants to prevent Irish applying to, 89 unlikely to help France against Protestants, 196 will not recognise Walker at Brussels, 209. Independents : petition parliament for toleration, 78 Scots gets ministers silenced, 79 resist Scots' attempt to introduce Presbyterianism, 147, 155. action for Manchester against Essex, 102 Cromwell belongs to, 159. support of city and Commons, 104 allowed to take too deep root, 157 Cromwell offers to form army of, 161. strong in Eastern Association, 166 gaining ground, 280. petition parliament about form of religion, 266 quarrel with Presbyterians, 281 preference for limited monarchy, 321. less averse from royal name, 280, 283 snatch vote in House in absence of, 311. Innocent X. [Giovanni Battista Pamfili), pope : election, 137 queen sends Digby to, 175. Irish Catholics expect help from, 184 selects Rinuccini as nuncio, 192 sends money to him, 222. offers golden rose to French queen, 197 considers hiring English ships, 223. ready to help Charles if turns Catholic, 222 little hope of help from, 242. enmity to Mazarin, 242 Contarini urges to help Venice, 282 excuse of helping Venice, 312. remits money to Ireland, 279, 303 justifies help to Ireland, 282, 312 Irish clergy send protest to against peace, 283 fears cause in Ireland lost, 303, 305. Digby's proposal to, to provide fleet against Turks, 285 fears of new English power, 305 Digby asks to help Charles, 312. Ireland and Irish : king concludes truce in, 15, 35 parliament denounces, 30 articles presented to king, 58. fear of intervention in Scotland, 30, 32 force to invade Scotland, 39. fleet to stop communications, with, 37 effect of truce in, feared, 37 king begins to enjoy fruits of, 39, 48 troops land in England, 48, 52, 54. troops landed in England, 58, 63, 81, 85 operations, 60, 65, 71 Newcastle to unite with, 62 Rupert to command, 66. Hamilton blames for failure, 61 talk of queen going to, 72. desire to use opportunity to get concessions from king, 63 Catholics defeat Scots in, 66 plans for invasion of Scotland, 75, 85 Scottish tax for war in, 84. in suite of Dutch ambassadors, 72 English soldiers from, to serve king, 75 English dread of assistance to king from, 91. deputies to Oxford, about cessation, 81 offers of, 91 king's attitude to, 95 his concessions to, 101, 107. French want to prevent applying to Austrians, 89 king's expectations from, 101, 107, 110, 145 expected in Pembroke, 114. parliament allows no quarter to troops from, 101. parliament informed of king's dealings with, 108 risings in against truce, 128, 133, 138. parliament refuses quarter to, reprisals, 126 invasion of Scotland under Antrim, 128, 132, 138, 149. parliament offers land in, as reward, 134 naval precautions against, 156. English troops dislike going to, 142 parliament obliged to abandon, 146, 148. Protestants ready to renew truce, 142 Protestants grant truce in, 145. commissioners from to king, 160 agreement with, 165 captured at sea, 174. parliament measures to support party in, 160 Chester, port for, landing of, 164, 165 land at Bristol, 167. force to invade Scotland, 165 king's chief reliance on, 166 land in Scotland, 167 fear of in Scotland, 169. landings in Scotland, 170 successes in Scotland, 204. king's difficulty over in peace terms, 172 parliament victory means ruin of Catholics in, 175. troops landing at Bristol, 174 successes of Catholics in, 184, 196, 204, 227. troops from land in Britanny, 175 preponderance of king's party in, 190. Rinuccini's instructions for, 192 Mazarin hastens his departure for, 197 nuncio awaits result of negotiations in, 203 treaty well advanced, 214. queen wants to employ Nevers' association in, 200. Protestant leaders in appeal to parliament, 202 peace articles aim at destruction, 207. Charles treating with to prepare refuge, 204, 207 king going to York to welcome troops, 209 king expects troops from, 218. Scots recall troops from, 213 parliament victory in, 224 and at Sligo, 231, 234. parliament sends prisoners of war to fight in, 213 treaty signed in, 217 but ineffective, 227. Rinuccini sails for, 221, 222 arrives, 224 troops at Chester delay surrender, 228. parliament requires destruction, 234 attack preparing on, 239, 268. du Moulin sent to for levies and to help Catholics, 238 king accused of fomenting trouble in, 243. corps from, expected in Spain, 239 Spanish agent leaves without results, 247. king will accept what England and Scotland decide for, 243 king disavows Glamorgan's settlement in, 246 uproar in over Glamorgan's arrest, 248. prince may go to, 250, 251 king cannot retreat to, 255 king may have escaped to, 259. king's settlement in, 250, 251 Digby asks French help for, 262. National Council in, to reform abuses, new viceroy for, 250 king will accept decision upon, 264. king's letters to intercepted, 266 king's assurances about, 272. successes of Catholics in, 268, 270, 275, 277, 291, 309, 319 fast for, 271. parliament requires Ormonde to hand over places in, 272, 273 demands disavowal of all treaties with Catholics in, 276. pope sends money for, 279, 319 pope defends action, 282. peace concluded in between Catholics and Protestants, 281 peace denounced in France, and rejected by clergy, 283 dissensions among Catholics in, 284. measures to restore Protestants in, 281, 285, 286 French efforts to raise up royal party in, 285. Ormonde finds peace treaty unworkable, 286 royal party in depressed by Ormonde's defection, 288 Ormonde deceived parliament about, 296, 299. city offers money for war in, 289 parliament commissioners in, 291, 294, 295. Digby leaves, 290 parliament sends reinforcements to, 293 London wants succoured, 298. preparations against by England and Scotland, 301, 303, 305, 307, 309. money remitted to from Rome, 303 pope fears help for useless, 305. troops for gather at Bristol, 305 appropriation for war in, 309 loan for, 313. squadron to prevent succour to, 308, 309 queen thinks of going to, 309. France tries to get troops from, 308 Ormonde arranges truce in, 311. parliament fears prince going to, 309 army for, 313 dislike to serve in, 315-7 question of sending army to, 315, 316, 319. Digby attributes misfortunes in to nuncio, 312 send help to Kilketto in Scotland, 313 defeat of Catholics in 318 Catholics strong in the field, 320. Catholic Council of, ask help of France for king, 88, 89. levies. See under levies. lords justices of, magistracy of Dublin, parliament orders to break truce, 30 reply to remonstrance, 54. lord lieutenant of, viceroy of. See Butler, James, earl of Ormonde Sidney, Philip, viscount Lisle. Irish Sea, squadron sent to, to prevent Irish crossing, 92. Irvine, co. Ayr, Scotland : surrenders to Montrose, 211n. Isabella of Bourbon, wife of Philip IV., queen of Spain, the Catholic queen, death of, 151, 158 king informed of, 165. Islay, Hebrides : Kilketto retires to, 317. Italian league : king's friendly feeling to, 72. Italy : news from, 40, 48 advices of, 100, 106, 127, 137, 175. peace in communicated to Charles, 92, 96, 98 Rubati's service in, 257.