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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James I, king of Great Britain :
treatment of Catholics under, 15
-, Charles accused of complicity in death, 44, 47
-, saying of, 137.
-, duke of York, Tore, son of Charles I, refuses command offered by London, 10
-, plan to escape, 47
-, escapes, 57-9.
lands in Holland, 59
-, mother informs of revolt in fleet, 65.
Northumberland forgiven for escape, 61
-, ill of small pox, 80-1.
not sure of revolted ships, but sails in them, 69
-, returns to Holland for levies, 73.
leaving Hague for France, 83-4
-, going to Dieppe, 97
-, going to Jersey, 145.
in penury, reduces expenses, 84
-, Charles takes with him, to annoy mother, 119
-, other reasons, 120.
army demands surrender, 85
-, declarations of parliament against, 94.
condemned as traitor, 139
-, Berkeley tutor of, 145.
informs mother of Scots' declaration of war, 151
-, letters to Killigrew, 194.
to be expelled from Flanders, 164
-, recalled to Scotland, 168.
to take command in Ireland, 174
-, arrives at Paris, 190.
Savoy ambassador visits, 193
-, goes to meet Charles, 202
-, wants to marry Mlle. de Longueville, 207.
James the Scot
-, the Scottish ship, gallantry in action at Fochies, 101, 107
-, sunk after action, at Andros, 107-8
-, petition to be paid value, 108.
Jamestown, co. Leitrim, Ireland, general assembly at, 208, 210.
Jarmut, Jarmuth. See Yarmouth, Great.
Jenkins, David, judge, condemned to death, 47.
Jermyn, Germen, Henry lord, suggests Worcester prisoners to serve Venice, 201.
-, Gearsey, Gersei, Gersey, Gerze, Serse, Channel Islands, prince thinks of withdrawing to, 82
-, Charles goes to, 119
-, Popham sails towards to watch king, 124
-, Blake invests, 205.
York going to, 145
-, fleet sails against, 205
-, landing in, 206.
women sent away from, 209
-, Dutch aggression in, 217.
-, Elizabeth castle, invested, 206, 208, 211.
-, -, governor of. See Carteret, George.
-, Montorgueil castle, surrenders, 207.
-, governor of. See Carteret, Philip.
-, St. Owen's Bay, Suenton, Blake's landing in, 206.
at Constantinople, 29, 67.
St. Paul's sold to for synagogue, 138.
-, Albert, Dutch ambassador in England, goes to treat with king, 5
-, reception by parliament, 90
-, visits king's children, 91.
talk of recalling, but to remain, 88
-, reported recall, 91.
parliament's answer to, 91
-, will not be recognised without special letters of credence, 124
-, dismissed, 158.
Joas. See Jones.
Joe (?), Colonel, brings royal letters to Crow, 20.
-, king of Portugal, duke of Braganza, Charles I, first to recognise, 145
-, refuses to surrender Rupert's fleet, 152.
Spanish jealousy of envoy in London, 169, 184
-, satisfies English merchants, sending ambassador to London, 214
-, supplies him with ample credits, 284.
friendly advances to Commonwealth, 297, 306
-, Spaniards want to prevent England helping, 311.
-, king of Poland and Sweden, coronation celebrations at Madrid, 93
-, ready to accept mediation, 142
-, expected to recognise commonwealth, 212.
John George, elector of Saxony, duke of Lorraine treats with, 44.
Johnstons. See Perth.
-, Joas, Michael, Colonel, victory at Dungan Hill, 15
-, rewarded, 16
-, asks for help, 48
-, shut up in Dublin, 57
-, besieging Duncannon, 128.
-, Sir Theophilus, operations in Ireland, 221-2.
proposed new regulations for, 17.
Jupiter, distinguished itself at Fochies, 114.
Juxon, William, bishop of London, stops Palatine visiting king, 90.