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Pages 352-355

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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East India Co., India Co., convoy for goods brought back by, 304.

East Indies, Dutch send fleet to, against English, 301.

Edinburgh, Scotland, 53, 56.

estates summoned to, 13
-, English commissioners at, 44n, 51, 57
-, Scottish parliament meeting at, 45, 47, 50.

conference at, 52
-, assembly at, 206.

Winram embarks at, 127
-, Scottish commissioners still at, 142.

parliament army retires to, 160
-, success of royalists near, 172, 194.

English commissioners expected at, 208
-, welcomed, 209
-, difficulty about taking oath at, 216.

military regulations at, 216
-, uncertain attitude of magistrates at, 223.

ministers meet at to oppose union, 218-21, 223.

-, castle, Lesley made governor of, 104
-, surrendered to Cromwell, 168.

-, provost of. See Stuart, Sir James.

Edmond. See Esmond.

Egmont, Louis, count of, business at Madrid, 192.

Egypt :

English ships trading to, 106.

Elci, Scipione d', archbishop of Pisa, papal nuncio at Venice, representations against heretic at Zante, 177-8.

Elizabeth, Queen of England, rupture with Spain, 310.

-, Princess Palatine, Queen of Bohemia :

petitions Dutch for assignment, 88
-, Charles II visits, 92
-, accompanies Charles to Breda, 105
-, at Hague, influence greatly diminished, 304.

-, Princess, daughter of Charles I, brought to London, 1
-, king allowed to see, 5
-, sent back to London, 9
-, king visits at Syon house, 15
-, king wishes visits from, 25
-, concession about, 26
-, allowed to go to Hampton Court, 51
-, Northumberland remains in charge of, 61
-, sees father before execution, 90
-, Dutch ambassadors visit at Syon house, 91
-, asks for pension, countess of Leicester to have charge of, 107
-, talk of marriage to emperor, 132, 135
-, death, 158.

Elizabeth
-, warship, in action at Monte Cristo, 280n
-, escapes to Naples, 327.

-, merchantman, agreement to serve Venice, 97.

Elizabeth Maria
-, beats off Turkish squadron, 132
-, hired for war, 317.

Elsinore, Denmark, English ships seized at, 303.

Elvede, river of. See Helvoetsluis.

Emly, bishop of. See O'Brien, Terence.

emperor. See Ferdinand III.

empire. See Germany.

empress. See Maria Leopoldina.

Enderson. See Henderson.

Enesterni. See Inistioge.

England and English :

Venice handicapped by having no minister in, 41, 211
-, steadily losing credit, 45
-, currant trade with Ionian islands, 88-9, 133
-, degradation of, association with Scots, 137
-, rebels the dregs of people, 139
-, peace proposals between crowns originated with, 141
-, do not understand sanctuary, 155.

1647 :

proposed Turkish mission to, 7
-, Crow sent back to, 28.

praise Venetian punctuality of payment, 8
-, Fairfax demands control of ports, 9
-, unhappy state of, 30.

1648 :

French policy towards, 42
-, Argyle exhorts Scots to unity and peace with, 50
-, Scots send deputies to treat with, 51
-, Scots wish to set king at liberty, 53
-, Argyle leads party favouring, 55.

troops from, go over to Scots, 53, 55
-, great confusion in, 63
-, petition of merchants on unhappy state, 68.

York escapes from, 58
-, prince of Wales thinks of returning to, 64.

have consul at Venice, 62
-, Venetian levy in, 68.

Scots give reasons for war with, 63
-, Scots invade, 66, 70.

1649 :

Princess Palatine loses hope of help from, 88
-, effect of example, 89-90
-, will easily be able to deal with Scotland and Ireland, 91.

gentry flock to Charles in Holland, 92
-, Charles proclaimed in, 95.

Dutch in religious sympathy with, 94
-, strong feeling in France against, 103-4.

determination to destroy monarchy, 94
-, danger of Bordeaux appealing to, 103
-, Venice cannot rely on, 109.

talk of including in treaty between Palatine and Spain, 110
-, excitement of Turks against, 113.

reprisals on French, 117
-, offer help to Bordeaux, 126.

talk of sending Morgan Read in irons to, 122.

1650 :

losses by French privateers convoys adopted, 135
-, good reason for hostilities with France, 146.

useful to Spain in war with Portugal, 145
-, goods of seized in France, 146
-, constant hostilities at sea with France, 166.

Scots declare war on, 151
-, Hyde and others shipped to, 155.

1651 :

likely to declare war on France, 166
-, offer to help Spain against Dunkirk, 172
-, eager for rupture with France, 190.

Spain expecting layette from, 173
-, value of trade to Leghorn, 179.

ships and refugees leave to join king, 174
-, troops would rally to king in, 187
-, Charles marches into, 188, 196-8.

talk of alliance with Dutch, 180
-, Venetians desire friendly relations with, 192.

indifference about titles, 183
-, pope's fear of, 203, 207.

Basadonna's account of government, 187
-, great strides in trade, 187-8.

expect to conquer whole island, 187
-, Charles hiding in, 202
-, Scottish governor's family sent to, 206.

do not value friendship of France, 192
-, Spain feels flouted by, 195.

foreign powers resuming relations with, 193
-, privateers prey on French, 195
-, likely to make war on France, 203
-, France hesitating about attitude to, 207.

Venice desires news of, 197
-, promised, 205.

Huguenots of Dieppe have understanding with, 199.

1652 :

advantage to Venice of good understanding with Pauluzzi sent to, 213
-, Venice can cement friendship with, 237.

Dutch sign truce with, but indications of war, 217
-, rupture with Dutch very prejudicial to, 231, 243
-, Dutch need of greater than hers of Dutch, 234, 245, 253
-, ready to make concessions to Dutch, 237, 240.

fear that may take advantage of troubles in France, 217
-, do not build much on French troubles, 238.

union with Scotland division about acceptance, 219
-, efforts for composition with Scots, 220
-, union enacted, 221
-, opposition to, 221, 223
-, acceptance of, 224
-, arrangements for, 239.

tranquil state of 225, 229
-, Cromwell unlikely to leave, 238.

in best position to help Venice, 227, 333
-, or harm, 229
-, Venetian regard for, 231, 233, 235.

suspicion and self sufficiency dominant tone in, 228
-, general fast observed in, 249.

connection and influence with Bordeaux 238, 240
-, arouses liberal ideas there, 239.

French offer Dunkirk to, 244
-, claims against France for reprisals, 256.

superiority of ships, 256
-, but Dutch reserves greater than, 261
-, confidence in victory, 262.

great advantage over Dutch in reprisals, 262, 266.

need naval stores from Holland and Denmark, 264
-, less rich in ships than Dutch, 305.

Browne refers to state of, claims essential loyalty of people, 268.

falsification of news in, 269
-, probable outcry against taxation, 305.

Dutch mean to stop trade in Levant, 275
-, dislike of, in Italy, 295.

precautions against Dutch landings in, 276
-, ports well protected, 292.

suspicion of Swedish moves, 283
-, result at Dunkirk shows power, 286
-, Sweden may draw closer to, 307.

Peters says cannot do without monarchy, 283
-, reasons for hostility to France, 286, 289
-, indifferent about French resentment, a match for all enemies, 288, 294.

French fear designs on Calais, 289
-, losses from French privateers, 295.

chief object to damage Dutch trade, 297
-, favoured by fortune, 309.

relations with Portugal, 298-9, 310-1, 315
-, danger of rupture with Spain, 310.

hopes of better relations with France, 299
-, French mission to mitigate ill will, 320.

Cardenas not to leave, 311
-, Dutch try to move Hanse against, 313
-, in great danger after Dutch victory, 323.

Denmark would suffer by success of, 319
-, but undecided about, 321.

will not submit to humiliation, 320
-, not too careful in keeping promises, 328.

-, fleet of. See Navy.

-, king of. See Charles I
-, Charles II
-, James I.

-, levies of. See under levies.

-, merchants of. See merchants, English.

-, queen of. See Elizabeth
-, Henrietta Maria.

-, ships of. See ships, English.

England, advices from, 65, 67.

news from, 135.

English Channel :

Dutch fleet expected to come down, 315
-, Dutch convoy 200 merchantmen down, 321.

Enniscorthy
-, Aniscorti, Eniscorty, co. Wexford, Ireland, 224
-, Catholics take castle, 136.

-, governor of. See Todde, Capt.

envoys. See under ambassadors.

Erconagath. See Connaught, West.

Erest, English merchant at Constantinople, bargain with Turks about ships, 98.

Erskine, Sir Charles, governor of Dumbarton, harasses neighbourhood, 206.

Escovedo, Juan d' secretary of Luis de Haro, 199.

Esmond, Edmond, Sir Thomas, in country called Mac Kdemore, 224.

Essex, Exes, county of :

rises for king, 59, 63
-, Fairfax moves towards, 66
-, his operations in, 67.

gentlemen of, commanding revolted ships, 66.

Estrades
-, Godefroi, comte d', governor of Dunkirk, offers complete satisfaction to English, 231
-, disabled, leads to surrender of place, 286.

Evans, Michael, secretary of the Levant Co., 13, 136.

Exes. See Essex.

Exeter, co. Devon, refuses to recognise parliament, 116.

Experience, English ship, behaved badly at Fochies, 114.