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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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Paccadin. See Bannatyne.

Page, Christopher, master of the Soldorato, agreement to serve Venice, 172.

Palatinate, the Lower, Charles Louis invested with, 265.

Palatine, Elector. See Charles Louis.

- Princes. See Maurice
-, Philip
-, Rupert.

- Princess. See Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia.

Pancirolo, Panzirolo, Gian Giacomo, cardinal, defends pope against Digby, 30.

Pannatin. See Bannatyne.

papal nuncios. See under ambassadors.

papists. See Catholics, Roman.

Paragon
-, Badiley's flagship, at Zante, 233n
-, in action at Monte Cristo, 280n.

Pardo [New Castile, Spain], king leaves for, 166.

Paris, Lutetia, 5, 223, 317, 323.

letters dated at, 1-5, 9-12, 14, 16-9, 23-6, 30-4, 36-7, 39, 40, 42-6, 48, 50-3, 55-61, 63-6, 68, 70-83, 85, 86, 91-2, 94, 96-7, 99, 115, 116-7, 120-1, 123-4, 126-8, 130, 133-5, 142, 145-6, 157-8, 160, 165-8, 170-2, 176-8, 180, 182, 184, 190, 193, 195, 197, 199, 201-10, 212, 214-7, 244, 251, 261, 308, 310, 317, 321.

Irish deputations at, 50, 54.

Prince of Wales at, 64
-, duke of York going to, 84
-, rumours in, 178
-, Charles reaches, after Worcester, 202
-, Charles leaves, 269.

Morosini going to, 224
-, Killigrew recalled to, 251.

liberty rife in, 239
-, king and queen of England leave for Rouen, 261.

Carmelite nunnery, Queen Henrietta enters, 145.

Louvre, queen Henrietta at, 80.

Villette, La, Viletta, despatch dated at, 141.

parliament :

Gassion's intelligence with, 19
-, king's alleged designs against, 47
-, forbad importation of currants, 88.

covenant accepted by, 89
-, English merchants at Madrid favour, 171.

1647 :

negotiations with army, 1, 3
-, enlisting troops, 2
-, in harmony with army, 10.

Lauderdale's speech in, 2
-, begins to cajole king, 3
-, reported treaty with king, 15.

fears of Fairfax, 2
-, soldiers incline to favour, 4
-, thanks Fairfax, 12, 13.

army's demands of, 2, 3
-, suspends members to please army, 4, 9
-, expelled members return to, 10
-, to be prisoners, 12, 17, 18.

Bendish countenanced by, 8, 11, 20
-, refuses levy for Venice, 37.

pope should have agent with, 9
-, plight of affairs in Ireland, 13
-, gladdened by news of victory, 15.

riot of apprentices, to overawe, 10
-, enquiry about, 16
-, measures taken upon, 23-4.

disputes between Presbyterians and Independents in, 13
-, Scots complain of proceedings, 15.

and peace terms with king, 17-9, 23-5
-, king's letter to about terms, 36.

army demands of, 17
-, raising money for army, 18, 23-4
-, Fairfax asks for pay, 32, 36.

Leslie reassures about advance of Scots, 20
-, Scottish representations to about king, 31, 33, 39.

prohibits prayer book, 25
-, concession about king's children, 26.

appropriation of ecclesiastical property, 26
-, suspected plot against in London, 36, 38.

new catechism submitted to, 26
-, orders rejoicings for success in Ireland, 35.

considers king's deposition, 30
-, king's declaration to, on flight, 32
-, Hammond informs of king's flight, 32.

Fairfax assures of obedience of army, 32, 34.

1648 :

Scottish manifesto against, 37
-, measures against Scottish invasion, 40.

submits terms to king, 37, 39
-, will treat no more with king, orders stricter confinement, 39.

justifies retention of army, 38
-, army promises cooperation, 41, 42.

Scots demand payment of debts by, 40
-, sends deputies to Scottish parliament, 44, 48.

Dutch suspected of negotiating alliance with, 42
-, elections to fill vacancies, 51.

reported concession to Turks, 42
-, plan to engage Lorraine against, in Ireland, 44.

and Venetian levy, 43, 54
-, forbids levies without licence, 51-2.

debates sending king to Scilly, 43
-, formulates charges against king, 44, 46, 47.

reply to Scots, 44
-, commissioners to Scotland, 51-2, 56-7.

Dutch refuse to recognise flag, 45
-, French assurances and concessions to, 52
-, Dutch avoid offending, 75.

measures to overawe London, 45
-, and restore order, 57-8.

precautions in guarding king, 46, 48
-, manifesto justifying king's detentions, 46.

questions York about escape, 47
-, allows king's children to go to Hampton Court, 51.

efforts to raise money for Ireland, 48
-, Inchiquin asks help of, 56.

requests Scots not to receive royalist troops, 53
-, not apprehensive about Scots, 55.

incensed at news of Inchiquin's revolt, 57
-, declares Buckingham, Holland and Peterborough traitors, 70.

disturbed by York's escape, 58
-, and general bad news, 59
-, sends troops to Wales, 60
-, supplies Fairfax, 67.

Scots' demands presented to, 59
-, Scots desire accommodation with, 79.

feeling in favour of retaining monarchy, 60
-, agrees to conference with king, 64
-, decides on personal treaty with king, 72, 76.

measures against Scottish invasion, 61
-, Scottish prisoners in hands of, 76.

revolts against, 65
-, many men in revolted ships take sides with, 69.

releases imprisoned members, 65
-, petition to in favour of peace, 68
-, for king to be brought to London, 70.

deputation to treat and vote for king, 75
-, forces terms on king, 79
-, expects advantages from king's disposition, 80.

demands revolted ships from Dutch, 78
-, Warwick reports surrender of ships to, 82-3.

deadlock in negotiations with king, 81
-, king's reply to satisfactory, 82-3
-, commissioners with king recalled, 85.

decides to have a guard, 81
-, Cromwell means to master, 82
-, Fairfax imprisons 34 members, 83
-, members arrested, 84
-, army demands date for dissolution, 85.

1649 :

wishes to try king, 86
-, king denies authority, 87:

reception of Dutch ambassadors, 90
-, desires good understanding with Dutch, 93.

party of, in Ireland, 91
-, troops sent to Ireland by, 104-5.

measures against royal house, 94-5
-, decides on design for new coinage, 101-2.

Rupert denounces, 95
-, city banquet to, 108
-, destroys crowns and royal property, 120.

plot discovered against, 103
-, Exeter spurns orders, 116.

war in Ireland, 112
-, prejudiced by revolt of Levellers, 118
-, Levellers want changed yearly, 121.

cautious Venetian attitude to, 117
-, Venice bound to consider, 129, 146.

Charles thinks France will pander to, 120
-, minister speaking against, imprisoned, 120
-, letters from Cromwell to, 133.

decisions against Catholics, 127-8.

1650 :

sends Blake after Rupert, 134
-, Cromwell's report to after Dunbar, 170.

sends minister to Spain, 143
-, expected succour to Bordeaux, 148, 151.

Bendish shelters behind, 146
-, Fisher cannot act without orders from, 149.

fails to prevent Charles crossing to Scotland, 151
-, talk of Scots handing Charles over to, 160.

Ascham's fate will not interrupt good relations with Spain, 152, 154
-, sharp letter about screening murderers of, 155
-, efforts to satisfy, 157, 158.

Spain recognises, 153
-, orders Joachimi to leave if no new credentials, 158.

recalls fleet from Tagus, 157
-, guns and tackle at Cartagena restored to, 164.

Spanish desire to please, 162, 164
-, but universal horror of in Spain, 163.

Spanish relations with, 164, 167, 169
-, Hyde and others sent to, 167.

representations to against Turks using ships, 165
-, act against ships and sailors serving foreign powers, 170.

1651 :

receives Guimares as envoy only, 168
-, dealings with France and Spain, 169.

Levant Co. to petition against ships going to Constantinople, 169
-, question discussed in, 170.

wants to settle domestic matters before ventures abroad, 169
-, means to claim sovereignty in ocean, 171
-, care of fleet, 187.

Spain anxious to avoid giving offence to, 171
-, intimate relations with Spain, 173
-, Spanish recognition of, 175, 182-3, 186.

Cardenas to enquire about relations with Porte, 174, 176
-, report upon, 199.

talk of alliance with Dutch, 178, 204
-, reception of Dutch ambassadors, 210, 234.

Venetian representations to against helping Turks, 178, 180.

Venetian desire for friendly relations with, 179-80, 192
-, Spain wants Venice to recognise, 182-3, 186
-, desires Venetian recognition, 185
-, thinks of sending minister to, 192.

manner of addressing, 182, 186
-, Spain jealous of negotiations with Portugal, 184.

working of Council of State with, 187
-, care of trade, 188
-, Fisher extols power of, 192.

Duke of Lorraine and, in Ireland, 190
-, not sending ambassador to Spain, 191
-, Spaniards disappointed over, 195
-, Haro thinks declining, 196.

general recognition of by powers, 193
-, French incline to recognise, 199
-, king's arrival may delay this, 202.

new one contemplated, 201
-, nothing decided about reform of, 205.

French fear may be forced to recognise, 203
-, position in Scotland, 206, 208
-, commissioners from to Scotland, 207-9
-, only authority to be recognised in Scotland, 215.

has good news from Ireland, 206
-, Man subjected to, 208.

efforts to keep up armies and avoid incommoding people, 210
-, sets up committee for reform of laws, 214.

1652 :

merchant creditors of Venice disposed to appeal to, 211-2
-, desires relations with Venice, 213.

will not accept Spiering's credentials, 212
-, grants freedom of trade to duke of Oldenburg, 217.

orders Council to treat with Dutch ambassadors, 213
-, and with Williamsons, 220.

gives state funeral to Ireton, 215
-, careful provision for Ireland, 219
-, success in Ireland, 222, 224.

pays off seamen for Mediterranean, to save expense, 216.

Scottish resistance to, 216, 218, 221, 236
-, Scottish representation in, 221, 239
-, Argyle's demands submitted to, 224.

busy with reformation of laws and government, 222
-, brings ordinary affairs under control, 239.

forbids cultivation of tobacco, 224
-, levies and ships dependent on, 227.

condemns Cracow Catechism, 224
-, vacant seats filled, 236, 240
-, members required to approve all acts of, 241.

claims supremacy at sea, 234
-, opinion divided about war with Dutch, 245.

requires memorandum upon Ireland from Council, 236
-, Condé's proposals to, 238, 240
-, receives Applebone, 239
-, little inclination for alliances, 240.

desires intercourse with Venice, 241
-, letter from Senate to, 241-2
-, Senate dismisses Killigrew to please, 250.

fear may expel Paulucci, 242
-, start made for confidential relations of Venice with, 254.

reply to French offer of Dunkirk, 244
-, inclined to good understanding with Bordeaux, 246.

appoints guard for Dutch ambassadors, 245
-, orders fleet to mouth of Thames, 249.

Swiss offer mediation to, with Dutch, 250
-, Dutch ambassadors take leave of, 255.

claims right to appoint ambassador to Porte, 254
-, passes act to raise 90,000l. a month, 255
-, suspends private business because of war, 263.

debate in about Pauluzzi's letter, 259
-, Pauluzzi's credentials considered derogatory to, 265, 314.

many members biassed by having capital in Holland, 260-1
-, long sessions, guard increased, 264.

Danish ambassadors have audience of, 260
-, manifesto laying guilt of war on Dutch, 262.

act authorising reprisals on French, 262
-, Barriere urges to allow free trade with Gascony, 280.

declares all prizes lawful booty, 263
-, measures to raise funds, 264
-, orders for recapture of escaped prisoners, 288.

harsh treatment of nobility and magnates, 266, 279
-, forbids meetings and discussions about war, 279.

policy to establish hold in Ireland, 266-7
-, submissions to in Ireland, 274, 284.

understanding of Venice with, 268
-, sending ambassador to Spain, 274.

goes to inspect Sovereign, 270
-, army demands of, 270-1
-, resents demands but fears offending, 276
-, appoints committee to report upon, 278.

devoted exclusively to defence, 273-4
-, strenuous efforts against Dutch, 277.

churches sold by order of, 276
-, orders sale of royal parks and palaces and property of delinquents, 318.

Pauluzzi must be received by before engaging levies, 280
-, act forbidding ships to serve foreign powers, 287.

orders concentration of fleet, 283, 287
-, orders building of frigates, 297, 315.

Cardenas appeals to about Dunkirk, 283-4
-, releases crews but detains French ships, 288.

permits exportation of horses and provisions to Ireland, 284.

provision for Peneguiao, 284, 286
-, Cardenas gets no satisfaction from about him, 292.

reception of Peneguiao, 295, 297.

recognition by powers, 286
-, France hopes to mitigate ill will, 317-8
-, by recognition, 320, 326.

Spaniards acknowledge debt to, for Dunkirk, 287
-, Vendôme sends to ask restoration of ships, 294
-, reply to, 295.

Senate's letter to be formally presented to, 294
-, reply delayed, 296.

forbids intercourse with Dutch, 294
-, Venice seeking friendly relations with, 319.

Scottish commissioners to, 297
-, proposed union with Scotland, 306.

urged to send ships to Mediterranean, 298, 304
-, orders squadron to Sound, 301
-, detains Danish ships, 303.

question of renewal, 302
-, army and London demand, 312.

negotiations with Portugal, 306, 315
-, Cardenas goes to remonstrate, 326.

Danish ambassadors take leave of, 307
-, sends Bradshaw to Copenhagen, 311.

letter of Grand Duke to, 309
-, merchants urge to protect Levant trade, 315.

Council of State renewed from, 311
-, exclude Blake and Fleetwood, 318.

differences with army, 311-2
-, and recall of ships serving Venice, 313
-, measures to reinforce fleet, 325.

- See also Commons, House of
-, Commonwealth
-, Lords, House of.

- of Scotland. See under Scotland.

-, secretary to. See Scobell, Henry.

Paros, island, Cyclades, Venetian victory at, 194-5.

Patignotti ships, 60.

Paulucci, Pauluzzi, Lorenzo, secretary to the Ambassador Morosini :

his mission to England, 213
-, instructions, 214
-, ready to start, 218
-, starts, 219.

Senate's confidence in, 222
-, at Calais, French opinion about, 223
-, Browne curious about, 224
-, Morosini reproves, 235
-, excuses himself, 238.

sees Salvetti, 224-5
-, interviews with Fleming, 226-30, 233, 237, 240, 245-6, 248, 252, 259, 273, 324.

troops and ships offered to, 233, 267
-, Senate approves adroitness in covering mission, 238
-, Senate's view of action and further instructions, 241-2
-, letter to parliament for, 242.

Senate hopes will stay on, 250
-, Browne refers to mission, 268, 277.

writes letter for parliament, 252
-, presentation delayed, 259, 261, 264, 271.

credentials considered derogatory to parliament, 265
-, makes no progress, 285.

to prevent withdrawal of ships from Venetian fleet, 271, 281
-, representations upon, 285, 287-8, 291, 294, 298.

Senate satisfied with and looking for results soon, 274
-, will not discuss ships and levies before seeing parliament, 280.

goes to Picardy on private affairs, 278, 285
-, English jealous about visit, 281
-, produces effect, 284.

Council ready to receive, 284
-, presents letter, 290
-, reply to delayed, 296, 302, 309, 311, 314, 317.

Sagredo hints at unwillingness to be received, 286
-, not to leave London without warning, 293
-, or without precise orders, 323.

objections to credentials, 294, 314
-, letter referred to new body, 303
-, memorial to Speaker, 306, 308.

to make no commitment about levies, 299
-, sees Levant Co. about withdrawing ships, 300
-, their answer to, 300n
-, memorial to Council about ships, 304
-, to repeat representations, 315.

reprimanded for excessive expenditure, 308, 323
-, salary not paid, 310
-, to press for reply, 319.

to intimate readiness for friendly relations, 319
-, report on goods in Grimani, 321
-, not to speak of Poole unless provoked, 327.

despatches to Paris, 224, 228, 230, 233, 237, 240, 242, 245, 248, 252, 254, 259, 261, 263, 265, 269, 273, 275, 278, 282, 285, 287, 290, 294, 296, 300, 302, 305-6, 309, 311, 314, 317, 321, 324.

letter to Fleming, 229.

letter of Morosini to, 235.

-, -, father of, 310.

Pauw
-, Pau, Po, Adrian, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England, sent to try and save king, 86
-, hoped may arrive in time, 87
-, recalled on king's execution, 88
-, report on mission to States General, 90-1
-, answer given to, 91, 93.

arrives at Gravesend, 248
-, much expected from experience, 249.

public entry, 249
-, in constant negotiation, limited as to time, 253.

Pearl. See Margaret.

Pearle, Thomas, owner of Pearl, claim against Venice, 185.

Peel, Ireland, castle, surrenders, 206.

Pembroke
-, co. Pembroke, castle, held for king, 53
-, siege of, 67.

-, governor of. See Poyer, John.

-, earl of. See Herbert, Philip.

Penarañda, Count of. See Bracamonte, Gaspar de.

Pendennis, co. Cornwall, castle, officers carried prisoner to, 107.

Peneguiao, count of. See Sa e Menezes, Joao Rodriguez de.

Penn
-, William, at Cadiz, 170n, 174n
-, capture of Great Alexander, 180, 183
-, brings in French and Portuguese prizes, 207-8.

Pennington, Sir Isaac, governor of the Levant Co., Salvetti sees about grant of ships to Turks, 169.

Penrose, Thomas, captain of the Nonsuch, 307n.

Penso, Emanuel, hires out Merchant Adventurer, 182.

Pentenau
-, Sieur de, ambassador of Bavaria, at Vienna, arrival, 116
-, Sagredo's relations with, 119.

Pera, Vigne of, despatches dated at, 3, 7, 14, 16, 20, 22, 29, 31, 33, 38, 45, 49, 60, 68, 77, 79, 84, 92, 94, 96, 98-100, 102, 109, 111, 113, 122, 126, 142, 146, 156, 159, 168, 176, 256.

Percy
-, Algernon, earl of Northumberland, to take children to king, 5
-, discretion allowed to, 26
-, exonerated for York's escape, 61.

Perle, Perla, William, English merchant at Constantinople, bargain with Turks about ships, 98.

Persia, merchantman, taking currants from Cephalonia, 236.

Perth
-, Johnstons, co. Perth, Scotland, 207
-, submits to parliament, 211, 222
-, official at forbids prayers for king, 221.

letter dated at, 157.

Peterborough, earl of. See Mordaunt, Henry.

Peters, Hugh, letter to Ayscue against fighting Dutch, 283.

Pett, Messrs., ship builders, new model of frigates designed by, 276n.

Philip II, king of Spain, cause of war with Elizabeth, 310.

Philip IV
-, king of Spain, Catholic king, Preston going to serve, 48
-, gives money to Charles, 109
-, gives audience to Cottington and Hyde, 128.

supplies escort for Ascham, 146
-, deplores Ascham's murder, 147
-, thanked Basadonna for refusing to receive murderers, 148.

gives guard to Fisher, 149
-, will let law take its course with murderers, 152
-, orders case to be re-examined, 157
-, desires ordinary court to pass sentence, 158.

letters to parliament, 153, 182-3, 186
-, parliament refuses to receive, 164, 182.

Rupert does not respect fortresses of, 160
-, persuaded by divines to recognise commonwealth, 163
-, irritated by Blake's remarks at Cadiz, 169-70.

peace with may be preliminary to French war with England, 166
-, English offer help to, 172.

leaves for Pardo, 166
-, English ambassadors await return for taking leave, 169
-, they take leave of, 171.

Cottington professes Catholicism to, 171
-, allows sanctuary for Ascham's murderers, 191.

offices invited about Turks using English ships, 173, 178
-, sends instructions, 174
-, letter of to Cardenas, 175-6
-, Venice thanks, 178, 180, 185
-, Cardenas' reply to, 197.

ashamed of English connection, 182
-, makes bad return to England, 183
-, wants example followed, 186.

Portuguese likely to choose Franciscan general hostile to, 184.

will not dare to break with England, 192
-, friendly relations with parliament, 244, 284, 287.

Rupert captures ships of, 194
-, serious illness of, 239
-, appreciation of Blake's services, 293.

proposal to pay interest to, on goods of captured ships, 309.

Philip, Palatine Prince :

proposed levy for Venice, 43.

Phoenix, Fenice, merchantman takes money to Tunis, 92.

-, of London, captures Flemish ship, 230.

-, warship, captured in Monte Cristo fight, 280, 285
-, Cornelis Tromp in captures merchantman, 313
-, recapture by English, 316, 319-20
-, reaches Naples, 321
-, Tromp swears revenge for, 324
-, prisoners found on, 328.

Picardy, France, Pauluzzi goes over to, 278, 281, 286.

Piccolo, Gasparo di Battista, of Monselice, Killigrew's gondolier, arrested, 196.

pictures, of Charles, sold by acution, 175.

Pierpoint, Sir Henry, 28n.

Pignoranda. See Bracamonte, Gaspar de, count of Peñaranda.

Pisa [Prov. Pisa, Italy], advices from, 316, 319.

Appleton goes to, and arrested, 316, 320
-, Grandier presents credentials at, 327.

- archbishop of. See Elci, Scipione d'.

Pisani, Alvise, Proveditore over slaughter houses, 247.

-, Andrea, Savio alla Mercanzia, 59, 62.

plague, at Liverpool, 239.

Plessis Pralin, comte de. See Choiseul, Cesar de.

Plunkett, Thomas, Col., authorised to take levy for Spain, 267n.

Plymouth, co. Devon, declares for king, 200.

rich merchantmen from Indies at, 271
-, action off, 279
-, Ayscue complains of behaviour of merchantmen in, 283.

Po. See Pauw.

Pogier, Poier. See Poyer.

Poland :

mediation for peace with Sweden, 142
-, English ships bringing hemp and rope from, 294.

king of. See John Casimir.

Pomerania [German Empire] :

dispute of Brandenburg and Sweden over, 265.

Poniatowski, Matthias, internuncio of Poland, office in Collegio, 142.

Pontefract, Pontefrat, co. Yorks :

royalists from take Lincoln, 69n.

castle, royalists take by surprise, 65
-, besieged by Rainsborough, 81
-, surrenders, 96-7.

Pontoise [Seine et Oise, France], despatch dated at, 254.

Poole
-, Jonas, captain of the Mary Rose, mission to Venice for ships, 323-4, 326-7
-, Senate ignores, 324, 327
-, leaves with commissions unfulfilled, 328.

poor, parliament attends to relief of, 239.

pope. See Innocent X.

Popham
-, Popan, Col. Edward, commanding at sea, reports engagement with Rupert, 103
-, takes another of Rupert's ships, 104
-, determined to fight Rupert, 106
-, sails towards Jersey to keep eye on king, 124.

Porte. See Turkey.

Porto Ferraio, Elba :

van Galen stations ships outside, 289
-, Appleton sent to governor of, 324.

Porto di Levante, Dutch ships at, 271.

Porto Longone, Longone, Elba :

Apollo carried off to, 111n
-, mischief done by privateers of, 135.

Badiley takes refuge in, 280, 282
-, is blockaded there, 285, 298, 304, 324, 327
-, men go from, to Leghorn to capture Phœnix, 319-20
-, Appleton sent to, 324.

governor of, 282, 285.

-, orders Dutch to go away, 327.

fight near. See Monte Cristo.

Port St. Marys. See Puerto de Sta. Maria.

Portsmouth, co. Hants, Fairfax back from, 107.

-, news from, 208.

Portugal, 155.

use of England to Spain against, 145
-, English ships anchor in ports, 146.

Blake declares war on, 152
-, English subjects in arrested, 153.

England can take charge of while Spain occupied elsewhere, 157
-, supposed understanding with Spain against, 164
-, Spain disappointed with parliament over, 169
-, Spain jealous of parliament negotiations with, 184, 195, 298, 303.

English fleet may remain off, 174
-, Rupert's fleet supposed to be in, 261.

English dealings with over Rupert's ships, 180
-, recognises parliament, 193.

friars would be hostile to Spain, 184
-, parliament ready to mediate between Spain and, 292.

ambassador expected from, 244
-, quarrel of, with Spanish in London, 318.

claims on England and counter claims, 298, 310
-, attitude of Cardenas may strengthen tie to England, 306
-, Spain wants to prevent England helping, from attack, 311.

Spanish successes increase fears of, 312
-, need of English friendship taken advantage of, 315
-, English inclined to neglect, 318.

-, king of. See John IV.

-, ships of. See ships, Portuguese.

Powell
-, Pouel, Pouell, Col. Rice, trial of, 97
-, condemned to be shot, 99.

Poyer
-, Doyer, Pogyer, Poier, Col. John, governor of Pembroke, declares for king, 52-3, 56
-, Cornish troops charged with helping, 55
-, forces routed, 60
-, trial of, 97
-, condemned to be shot, 99.

Prague, Bohemia, 132.

despatches dated at, 265, 321.

prayer book, use of forbidden, 25.

preachers
-, draw moral from fire at Glasgow, 262
-, secretly treating for peace, 297.

-, one dragged out of pulpit, 297.

Presbyterianism :

parliament declares intention to maintain, 50
-, Scots demand general establishment, 57, 63, 71
-, to be established religion, 64
-, king required to accept, 70
-, a new monster, 137
-, Argyle asks for practise of in his lands, 224.

Presbyterians :

try to cast odium upon Independents, 9
-, stir up riot of apprentices, 10
-, struggle with Independents, 13
-, efforts to purge parliament of, 18.

predominant in Scotland, 13
-, party in London, 72.

try to unite with Independents, 24
-, to have control, 25
-, Catholics in Ireland fear fate of, 238.

press, newpapers :

only official may report war news, 266
-, constantly reporting victories, 279
-, report Dutch in force in Downs, 301
-, report Dutch orders to fight, 302.

Preston, co. Lancs :

defeat of Scots and royalists at, 74-5.

Preston, Thomas :

success at Dublin, 11
-, defeat at Dungan Hill, 15
-, takes Trim, marches on Dublin, 18
-, will help son's levy, 48.

-, -, son of, offers levy to Venice, 25, 47
-, will bring news of Ireland, 30
-, highly esteemed, 48.

Pretty
-, Pretti, Col. Henry, victory near Ross, 210
-, slaughter of Irish by, 224.

Pride, Thomas, Col., at Liverpool, 134.

Prideaux, Edmund, Attorney General, ordered to issue new coinage, 102.

Prin. See Trim.

princes, the French :

fear of English siding with, 217
-, efforts of king and queen of England to bring about settlement with Court, 223
-, Daugnon declared for, 246n
-, will not listen to Montagu, 254.

Charles unpopular with, 269
-, Mazarin fails to secure adjustment with, 272
-, loss of Dunkirk may lead to adjustment with, 288.

printer the parliament, sole right to publish war news, 266.

prisoners, Scottish, offer of levy of, for Candia, 167.

from Worcester, offered to Venice, 201.

property sequestered, 213
-, offered as merchandise, 248.

Priuli, Tomaso, Savio alla Mercanzia, 156.

privateers, corsairs, arming at Toulon, 134-5.

Venetian remonstrance against, 135, 151
-, Venetian fears of activity in Mediterranean, 167.

French try to stop English measures against, 176
-, losses of French merchants through, 193, 195.

English retaliation for depredations by French, 284, 288, 295.

prize money, one third to be divided among sailors, 325.

Progers
-, Henry, murderer of Ascham, 147
-, seeks shelter with Basadonna, 148.

-, Valentine, murderer of Ascham, 147.

Puerto de Sta. Maria
-, Port St. Marys [Prov. Seville, Spain], Ascham arrives at, 143
-, he leaves for Madrid, 146.

Pyrenees, proposed peace congress in, 129, 141.