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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Haggett, Paul, shipped home from Smyrna and imprisoned, 159, 167n.
Hague, the, Netherlands, 58.
letters dated at, 43, 87, 88
-, despatch dated at, 304.
Dorislaus arrives at, 66
-, prince of Wales at, 74
-, his followers at, 75
-, exodus from to join prince's fleet, 78.
penury of prince and York at, 84
-, Charles II at, 87, 89
-, Charles leaves, 105.
Scottish commissioners at, 93
-, Dorislaus murdered at, 100.
embassy from England to, 172
-, they leave, 193
-, Tromp at, 304.
Tromp's action disapproved at, 248
-, rupture anticipated at, 255.
Haideragasade Mohammed, Turkish Captain Pasha, Delahaye speaks to about use of English ships, 159.
Hais, Haitz. See Hyde.
-, Hal, Capt. Edward, incident at Leghorn, 179
-, paper from Gondi about, 217.
Halsel, John, murderer of Ascham, 147.
Hamburg, German Empire, Bradshaw sets out for, 222.
embargo on ships in Thames, 246
-, ship of captured, 307, 309, 312
-, incensed against England over capture of ships, 313.
Dutch admirals charged to convoy ships Of, 326.
despatches dated at, 311, 313.
merchants of. See under merchants.
ships of. See ships, Hamburg.
Hamilton, James, duke of, 230.
leader of royal party in Scotland, 55
-, Scottish troops join, 71
-, responsible for defeat at Preston, 74
-, beheaded at Westminster, 93.
Hammond, Hamond, Robert, governor of the Isle of Wight :
receives king, informs parliament, 32
-, ordered to make sure of king, 39
-, takes special precautions, 42.
declines to arrest Berkeley and Ashburnham, 32
-, Charles remonstrates with about treatment, 40
-, Rainsborough confers with, 44.
not sure of king's attendants, 45
-, parliament raises salary, 48
-, will not answer for king any more, 66.
-, Amond, Colonel, proposed levy for Venice, 43.
Hampton Court, co. Middlesex :
talk of king going to, 3
-, he goes, 15
-, to stay at, 17.
king at, 17, 24, 30
-, king escapes from, 31.
Loudoun visits king at, 26
-, proposed conference at, 31
-, royal children allowed to go to, 51.
Hanse towns, Dutch mission to stir against England, 313.
Harlay, Philip de, count of Cesy, French ambassador at the Porte, case of quoted, 29.
Haro, d'Aros, Don Luis de, minister and favourite of Philip IV :
receives Cottington and Hyde, 129
-, peace negotiations referred to, 141.
deplores murder of Ascham, 147
-, Basadonna informs about murderers, 148
-, admires their loyalty, 149.
Basadonna speaks to about English helping Turks, 173
-, further representations to, 174
-, reticence about, 194-5
-, gives information, 196, 199.
remits money to buy pictures, etc., of Charles, 175.
tells Basadonna of recognition of parliament, 182
-, discusses matter with him, 183
-, would like Venice to follow example, 186.
Fisher takes leave of, sends him to Basadonna, 191
-, thinks parliament on decline, 196.
Harperton, General, 118.
Haye, M. dell'. See Delahaye.
-, Heanes, James, Montorgueil surrenders to, 207
-, tries to take Elizabeth castle, 208.
Helvoetsluis, river of Elvede [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], Rupert withdraws ships to, and fortifies, 81.
Henderson, Enderson, Scottish knight, at Vienna to ask help for Charles, 118-9.
-, queen of Great Britian, Nani's offices with, 2
-, torn by anxiety, 16
-, permission to return considered, 26
-, banished by rebels, 139.
Digby criticises papal policy towards, 29
-, pope anxious to help, 30
-, distress at king's imprisonment, 39
-, urges York to escape, 47, 57
-, hears of his escape, 57
-, wants him admitted at Court, 59.
Lorraine offers services to, 44
-, deputies from Ireland to, 50, 54
-, informed of revolt in navy, 65.
dissatisfied at lack of help from France, 59
-, at Louvre, slightly indisposed, 80.
holds council about prince going to Scotland, 61
-, Louis promises help to, 86
gets Varennes sent to England, 86
-, Spanish queen sister of, 93n.
property seized by Commonwealth, 92
-, and sold, 95.
going to Ireland, 97
-, Morosini to see, 127, 129.
Charles waiting for advice from, 98
-, Charles takes York away to annoy, 119
-, Charles will do nothing without consent of, 136.
Venetian policy towards, 129.
proposed share in making peace between France and Spain, 129
-, retires to nunnery, 145
-, compassion in France for, 158
-, distress at death of Orange, 159.
James informs of Scots' declaration of war, 151
-, anxiety for Charles, 165.
circulates news of royalist successes, 195, 197
-, Venetian congratulations for, 201.
meets Charles on return, after Worcester, 202
-, exertions for peace in France, 223
-, leaves Paris for Rouen, 261
-, tries to prevent Bordeaux's mission, 317, 320
-, Bordeaux expected to ask for dowry, 323.
Henry, duke of Gloucester, son of Charles I, brought to London, 1
-, king allowed to see, 5
-, sent back to London, 9
-, king sees 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.
parliament thinks of making king, 60
-, sees father before execution, 90
-, Dutch ambassadors visit at Syon house, 91.
countess of Leicester to have charge of, 107
-, proposed removal from Carisbrooke, 325.
-, Philip, earl of Pembroke, takes refuge in Holland, 3
-, removed from governorship of isle of Wight, 18
-, to help raise money for Ireland, 97.
Hewson, Heuson, Col. John, regiment leaving for Ireland, 103.
-, -, governor of Dublin, harries Tories, 216.
Hiarca, Giovanni Gioseppe, reads office to Killigrew, 198.
High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.
-, desert Huntly, 207
-, many submit to parliament, 211
-, raids into plains, 236.
Highlands, fresh insurrections started in, 215.
Hippesley, Hipseley, Sir John, commissioner to confer with king, 72.
Hirzel, Burgomaster, to write about letter from Swiss, 251.
-, Obson, John, English merchant, asks approval as consul, 59
-, report upon, 62
-, speaks for Killigrew, 194.
to act as secretary of embassy when Killigrew goes, 247.
Holdenby, Hornby, Humby, co. Northants, 17.
king removed from, 1.
Holland, Prov. of Netherlands :
Pembroke takes refuge in, 3
-, bitter feeling against England because of prizes taken, 263.
- See also Netherlands.
Holland, earl of. See Rich, Henry.
Holles, Denzil, released from Tower, 65n.
Homby. See Holdenby.
Hopeful Luke, commissioned for Southern service, 181n.
Horton, Col. Thomas, victory at St. Fagans, 60n.
-, Turkish Captain Pasha, captures Relief, 256
-, sends Galilee to Constantinople, 259.
Howard, Earl (?), captain of Cromwell's guards, goes over to king, 200.
Hoxton, Artan, Walter, captain of the Anthony Bonadventura, deposition of, 181.
-, lose leader in Gassion, 19
-, of Dieppe, understanding with English, 199.
Hull, co. York, troops sent to, 205.
Humby. See Holdenby.
Huntly, marquis of. See Gordon, Lewis.
Hurst castle, co. Hants, king removed to, 83.
Hyde, Hais, Haitz, Sir Edward, Charles sends to prepare way through Flanders, 103.
ambassador for Charles to Spain :
at S. Sebastian, 125
-, first audience, 128
-, conference with Haro and Basadonna, 129.
efforts to prevent reception of Ascham, 143, 145, 147
-, disclaims responsibility for murder, 147
-, exonerated, 149.
efforts for murderers, 148, 158
-, supplies their food, 171.
Senate curious about, 151
-, dismissal contemplated, 163
-, dismissed, 163
-, delayed, 166
-, awaiting king's return, 169
-, takes leave, 171.
going to Scotland, 171.
-, Henry, consul in Levant for Charles, 123, 126.
residence at Zante, 133
-, farmed customs, integrity, 134.
at Constantinople with commissions from Charles, 146
-, dismissed, 154
-, Bendish's offer to secure dismissal, 155, 163
-, sent to London by ship, 159, 167.
imprisoned in Tower, 159n
-, beheaded, 167n.
-, James, shipped to London and imprisoned in Tower, 159n, 167n.