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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Fairfax, Farfax, Thomas, later baron :
has king escorted to Newmarket, 1
-, threatens London, 2
-, moves away from London, 4.
dealings with parliament, 2-4
-, demands of parliament, 9.
induces parliament to let king see children, 5
-, supposed agreement with king, 15.
offers to uphold parliament against London, 10
-, London surrenders to, 12
-, enquiry about riot, 16.
Council offers banquet to, 13
-, proposes to disarm citizens, 15-6
-, purpose to weaken city, 17.
presents proposals to king, 15
-, ruled by Cromwell, 30.
city council represents to difficulty of finding money, 18
-, remonstrates about, demands pay of army, 24, 32, 34, 36, 39.
has guns removed to Tower, 19, 20
-, measures to control London, 23, 42.
confirmed in command, 24
-, assures parliament of loyalty of army, 32, 34, 42.
"Case of the Army," presented to, 26n
-, discusses with officers, 27
-, resists disbanding, 36-7.
king hopes will take side, 32
-, defers to parliament about king, 34
-, measures to guard king, 34, 39, 44.
grants permit for levy, 37, 54
-, letter to Prince Elector, 43.
approves parliament's treatment of king, 41
-, brings troops to prevent royalist rising in London, 45.
orders for disbanding and quarters, 41
-, brings back cavalry destined for Ireland, 48.
to regulate king's attendants, 46
-, selects the guard, 48.
leaves London for Bury, 53
-, parliament wishes to send to Wales, 59.
demand for disbanding of army, 57, 71
-, will remove troops from London
-, 61 removes munitions from Tower to Windsor, 62.
repulsed by royalists in Kent, 64
-, scatters Kent royalists, 66.
defeats rebels in Cheshire, 65
-, action with Essex royalists, 67
-, siege of Colchester, 68, 77.
takes Yarmouth, 76
-, goes to Maiden, 77
-, Scarborough surrenders to, 83n.
master of London, 83
-, great pretensions of, 84
-, attended by large guard, 90.
Dutch ambassadors see and praise, 90
-, paper of Bray against, 95.
to help raise loan for war in Ireland, 97
-, regiment going to Ireland, 103.
back from Portsmouth, 107
-, enjoying himself at Kensington, 115.
comes to London to keep order, 121
-, sends to quell disturbance at Stourbridge, 124.
withdraws to enjoy private life, 151
-, at Newcastle, 205.
Fairleigh [co. Sussex], Robert frigate captured off, 103n.
Falbex, alderman of London (?), arrested for peculation, 115.
-, co. Cornwall, Popham at, 103
-, action off, 279.
Farfax. See Fairfax.
Farintor, George, English merchant at Zante, 133.
-, Captain Pasha of Turkey, demand to place foreign ships at service of, 6
-, reports action, 14, 16
-, keeps inside Castelli, 60.
demands foreign ships, 49.
-, on the 20 June, 1652, 249
-, on the 18th Sept., 279.
Felton, Colonel, engaged for Venetian levy, 78.
Fenice. See Phœnix.
Fenwick, Fenwich, Col. George, governor of Leith, 206.
forbids men to marry with Scots, 205.
-, the emperor, Cæsar, talk of remarriage, 132, 135
-, invests Charles Louis with Lower Palatinate, 265.
Ferdinand Charles, Archduke of Austria, Archduke of Innsbruck, envoy at imperial court, 116.
Fermo, archbishop of. See Rinuccini.
Fielding, Basil, lord, English ambassador at Venice, arrangements for consul, 62.
-, -, lord Denbigh, deputation to king, 36.
Fife, Scotland, Lambert and Deane arrange settlement in, 213.
-,? Fresia, 207.
Filk,? Foulke, Irish colonel, castle taken, 218.
-, George, secretary of Ascham, guarded, cannot treat without orders, 149
-, Basadonna tries to pump, 183, 191
-, calls on Basadonna, 191
-, boasts power of parliament, 192.
of slight talent and repute, 186
-, takes leave of Haro, 191
-, Basadonna's attitude to approved, 197.
Fitzmaurice, lord,? Patrick Fitzmaurice, lord of Kerry, has charge of Venetian levy, 46.
Flanders, 141, 286.
correspondence of, 261.
news from, 289, 293.
French policy to divert English attention from, 42
-, proposed English levy for, 52.
Charles passing through, 103, 105, 109
-, York to be expelled from, 164.
letters sent via, 229, 241
-, mail boats of stopped, 276.
Spaniards preparing in, to take advantage of French discords, 244
-, French urge Dutch to attack Spaniards in, 290
-, Spanish victories in, 312.
ships for captured, 287
-, Dutch transfer business from Amsterdam to, 312.
-, ruler of. See Leopold William.
fleet. See Navy.
-, Dutch. See Netherlands, fleet of.
-, French. See France, fleet of.
-, Spanish. See Spain, fleet of.
-, Turkish. See Turkey, fleet of.
-, Venetian. See Venice, fleet of.
-, Flemue, Fliout, Flitud, Flimut, Charles, to have chief command in Ireland, 270
-, crosses to Ireland, 284
-, arrives 301.
marries Cromwell's daughter, 270n
-, excluded from Council of State, 318.
-, Fleninghen, Colonel, demands surrender of Pembroke, 53
-, defeated and slain, 59, 60.
-, Sir Oliver, Master of the Ceremonies, the Introducer, informs ambassadors that special letters of credence are required, 124
-, introduced Cardenas, 186.
Salvetti warns Paulucci of attitude, 225, 230
-, Paulucci's interviews with, 226-30, 233, 237, 240, 245-6, 248, 252, 259, 273, 324
-, Morosini condemns approaching, 234-5.
speaks respectfully of Venice, 231
-, gratified for favours received there, 237.
enjoys Cromwell's confidence, 233
-, Paulucci learned views of commonwealth from, 238.
Senate's references to, 241, 250
-, Paulucci writes. to Gualdo for, 273.
sent to Dutch ambassadors, 243
-, representations to against taking away ships from Venice, 271, 281, 285, 287, 291.
attends Paulucci at reception, 290
-, Paulucci to sound about delay, 293.
letter of Paulucci to, 229
-, Paulucci to give friendly assurances to, 319.
Flemish ships. See under ships.
Flemue, Flimut, Fliout, Flitud. See Fleetwood.
Florence, Italy, 53.
Digby leaving for, 41
-, mission of Killigrew to, 119, 137.
Dutch captains at, 272.
Venetian instructions to representative at, 53, 274.
despatches dated at, 179, 193, 204, 217, 257, 259, 263, 267, 272, 275, 278, 281, 285, 289, 293, 296, 299, 300, 305, 313, 316, 320, 324, 328.
letters dated at, 55-6.
-, Grand Duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II, de'.
-, [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], squadron of, off Dover, 275
-, Dutch fleet pursued to, 296.
Foaland, Col. John, offers levy to Venice, 256.
-, [Asia Minor] action in harbour at, 101, 107-8
-, report on, 114.
Fog. See Fowke.
Folkestone, co. Kent, action between English and Dutch fleets off, 242, 244.
consultations to investigate matter, 245
-, Swiss regret, 251.
Force. See Caumont, Henry Nompar de, due de La Force.
Foscolo, Lunardo, Venetian Captain General at Sea, despatch to Senate, 258.
Foscarini, Nicolo, Savio alia Mercanzia, 59.
Foucault, Louis de, comte de Daugnon, count of Ognon, governor of Brouage, mission from, to England, 246.
Foulke,? Filk, Irish colonel, 218.
Fowke, Fog, Roger, English merchant at Constantinople, bargain with Turks about ships, 98.
Fracchie. See Fraschia.
France and French :
Preston's son highly esteemed in, 48
-, competed with Spain for English levies, 54.
keep consul at Venice, 59
-, Pauw served in, 249.
Blake foretells resolution in, 170.
papal remittances stayed in, 5
-, Turkish demands may incense, 7.
English refugees in returning, 16
-, Preston's son captured by, 26
-, pope cannot expect help from, 30.
Scots may send to prince in, 41
-, soldiers enlisted for go to Scotland, 54.
policy with England, 42
-, steps to conciliate English, 52
-, wishes to be on good terms with parliament, 59.
trade may suffer from English concession to Turks, 42
-, money for Ireland detained by, 50.
will not recognise Charles' flag at sea, 52-3
-, prince leaving, 61
-, prince returning to, 83.
mission of Ulefelt to, for Charles, 88
-, Charles waiting for advice from, 97.
Spain urged to take advantage of troubles, 89
-, Charles should help peace with Spain, 109
-, proposed meeting for peace, 129.
Charles thinks of returning to, 102-3
-, on the way to, 105, 109.
strong feeling in against England, 103-4
-, difficulty about recognising parliament's letter, 111.
threat of reprisals against, 111
-, reprisals begun, 117.
English retaliation on, in duties, 118
-, commonwealth will foment trouble in, 126.
dislike of Charles for, 120
-, must be consulted about Charles' marriage, 132.
privateering by gentlemen of, 134
-, take flag of king of England, 135.
English measures against privateers of, 135
-, English capture prizes from, 146
-, English mean to treat with great severity, 153.
realise danger from execution of Charles, 138
-, York on way to, 164.
unceasing hostilities with English at sea, 157, 166
-, Bendish does worst against, 163.
dilemma about receiving envoy from parliament, 158.
Spanish fleet to encourage malcontents in, 162
-, English arrangement with Spain against, 164.
England likely to declare war on, 166
-, proposed to send minister to England, 169
-, English want rupture with, 190
-, talk of war on, 203.
concerned in removal of Hyde from Porte, 167
-, minister of dismissed, 228.
privateers of likely to transfer activities to Mediterranean, 167
-, English reprisals against privateers of, 176, 181, 195.
Hyde travels through, 171
-, York goes to, 174.
sounds England about recognition, 176
-, tries to prevent union of English and Dutch, 178.
Fisher speaks contemptuously of, 192
-, Haro fears knowing differences between Spain and parliament, 195.
Florence waited for about recognition of England, 193
-, inclination for recognition, 199
-, parliament may force recognition, 203.
Cromwell talks of army to set up republic in, 202
-, women sent away from Jersey to, 209.
fear of England, glad of troubles with Dutch, 217
-, Commonwealth will not make concessions to, 227.
Venetian efforts to prevent English molesting, 220
-, Appleton asserts right to take ships, 232.
English demand of satisfaction from may be conceded, 229
-, mission about claims on, 256.
English do not build much on domestic troubles of, 238
-, Spaniards prepare to take advantage of, 244
-, reasons for English hostility to, 286, 289.
Gentillot comes about reprisals against, 262
-, covertly foments Anglo-Dutch war, 268
-, likelihood of war with, 284.
Mazarin detested in, 272
-, Mazarin favours recognition of England, 317, 320.
parliament prefers Spain to, at Dunkirk, 287
-, obliged to dissimulate affront to flag, 289, 299.
considering alliance with Dutch and want them to break with Spaniards, 289-90
-, ports at service of Dutch, 292
-, Dutch hopes of peace in, 294
-, readily enlist for Dutch, 296.
pleased at Peniguaio's reception in England, 299
-, English paying great attention to affairs of, and more inclined to good understanding, 306.
decision to send Bordeaux to England, to mitigate ill will, 317, 320
-, rumours of, in London, 318-9
-, not expocted, 323.
anxious to keep Denmark neutral in Anglo Dutch war, 321.
Admiral of. See Caesar, duke of Vendôme.
-, to succour Dunkirk, destroyed by Blake, 284, 289
-, Vendôme sends to ask restoration of, 294-5.
king of. See Louis XIV.
marshals of. See Caumont, Henri Nompar de, due de La Force
-, Choiseul, Cesar de, comte du Plessis Pralin
-, Gassion, Jean de.
merchants of. See merchants, French.
princes of. See princes, French.
queen regent of. See Anne of Austria.
ships of. See ships, French.
Venetian instructions to representatives in, 19, 33, 41, 64, 68, 71, 75-6, 79, 123, 129, 143, 162, 165, 167, 176, 178, 181, 197, 201, 204, 213, 222, 230, 238, 241, 250, 252, 271, 274, 277, 293, 299, 308, 315, 319, 323, 326.
-, Francis, Michael, acting consul at Venice, 59
-, leaves Venice bankrupt, 62
-, supplies Bembo with information about Turks, 127.
-, Irish, advises papal policy in Ireland, 20
-, speaks highly of Preston's son, 48.
-, captured by Penn and put ashore, 183
-, chapter general at Rome, 184.
Fraschia, Fracchie, near Candia, 114.
letters dated from, 107, 110.
Frederick III, king of Denmark :
cousin of Charles II, 88
-, sends envoy to recognise parliament, 219
-, letter read in parliament, 220
-, offers mediation with Dutch, 260, 303.
may hinder naval stores going to England, 264
-, proposed help for Charles in Ireland, 299
-, recalls ambassadors from London, 302-3.
orders detention of English ships, 303, 305, 311
-, means to join with Dutch, prepares to block Sound, 309.
proposed embassy to, to learn intentions, 305, 307, 311.
Sweden has little fondness for, 307
-, in state of indecision, fears both sides, 321.
Frederick William, elector of Brandenburg, duke of Lorraine treats with, 44.
Freeman, Killigrew's petition for, 188.
French. See France.
Fresia,? Fife, Scotland, proposals made on behalf of, 207.
-, activity in building, on new model, 276
-, parliament orders 30 to replace merchantmen, 297
-, hindered by lack of material, 315.
Frost, Sir Gualter, secretary to the Council of State, death, 222.