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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25: 1640-1642 (1924), pp. 337-341. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89515 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Hague, the, Netherlands, 233 :

despatches dated at, 6, 9, 13, 16, 22, 25, 29, 31, 32, 36, 46, 51, 54, 61, 63, 67, 90, 104, 107, 109, 110, 121, 139, 141, 143, 158, 162, 163, 165, 171, 175, 177, 182, 186, 189, 200, 205, 212, 217, 221, 224, 227, 233, 253, 255, 263, 270, 288, 293, 296.

queen mother not to visit, 200
-, Arundel at, 221
-, Rupert arrives at, 263.

Nordende, house at prepared for queen, 293.

Halberstadt, Archduchess of. See Claudia.

Hallot. See Allot.

Hamburg, Germany, 181 :

ship of captured by Barbary pirates, 33
-, Gen. King goes to, to fetch wife, 55
-, orders sent to King at, 62.

Roe back from, 63
-, Roe and Anstruther attended congress of, 135.

negotiations with merchants for loan, 164.

Hamilton, James, third Marquis of :

regard of king for, 5
-, given command of naval forces, 12.

mob threatens after dissolution, 47
-, accompanies king to York, 71
-, king demands that Scots shall cease to trouble, 102.

commissioners to treat with Dutch, 116n
-, on Lords Committee for Dutch proposals, 129n.

forced to observe covenant, 208
-, to put Palatine's case to parliament, 213.

conspiracy against, 231, 232
-, withdraws and raises troops, 235
-, queen denounces, 236
-, returns to Edinburgh, 242
-, restored to favour, 254.

Hamilton, Sir William, minister of the queen at Rome :

returns with present from Cardinal Barberino, 66.

-, William, marquis of Douglas :

forced to observe terms of covenant, 208.

-, William, earl of Lanark, baron Barimech :

alleged plot to murder, 231.

Hammond, —, priest :

condemned and reprieved, 265.

Hampden, Ambdem, John :

parliament sends to king in Scotland, 206, 209.

king accuses of treason, 276, 278, 279
-, attends at Guildhall, 280
-, popularity, 281.

Digby advised charge, 285
-, king abandons charge, 294
-, Herbert censured for accusing, 298.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex :

king summons councillors to, about Scottish affairs, 60.

plague appears at, 65
-, queen leaves Oatlands for, 80.

king and Court go to, 260
-, mayor and aldermen of London wait on king at, 261.

king withdraws to, 281
-, king leaves, for Windsor, 282.

Harlay, Philip de, Count of Cesy, Cesi, ex-ambassador of France at the Porte :

dispute about debts of, 135.

Harsem. See Aerssens.

Haselrig, Aslerig, Sir Arthur :

king impeaches, 276, 278, 279
-, attends at Guildhall, 280
-, popularity, 281.

Digby advised charge, 285
-, king abandons charge, 294
-, Herbert censured for accusing, 298.

Haye, dell'. See Delahaye.

Heenvliet, lord of. See Kerkhoven, Jan van der.

Hemens, John :

currants laded by, at Zante, 85.

Hemfelit, Hemuclit. See Kirkhoven, Jan van der, lord of Heenvliet.

Henderson, Alexander, Scottish commissioner to parliament, 93 :

paper drawn by condemned, 131.

Henrietta Maria, Queen of Great Britain, Queen of England :

1640 :

Bellievre takes leave of, 11
-, d' Allot sees, 12
-, Aerssens takes leave of, 25.

tells duchess Savoy of d' Allot's proposals, 14.

asks pope to make Ludovic Stuart cardinal, 16
-, refuses Lorraine's manifesto, 37.

Velada has audience of, 36
-, Dutch enlighten on Spanish trickery, 39
-, believes Spaniards insincere, 43.

gives jewel to Chevreuse, 41
-, present from pope, 66.

mob declares shall not save Land, 47
-, Laud takes shelter at Court of, 73.

expected to nominate cardinal, 50, 51
-, nominates Montague, 51n
-, privilege of nominating cardinal, 109.

does not favour Dutch match, 52, 106
-, Giustinian takes leave of, 68.

urges king to subdue Scots, 52
-, urges king to return to London, 77.

at Oatlands, 56
-, gives birth to Prince Henry, 60
-, congratulations to, 66, 72, 95.

goes to Hampton Court, 80
-, moves to Theobalds, 92.

sends congratulations on birth of Philip, 87
-, grief at death of Anne, 106.

king informs of armistice, 91
-, not pleased with, 92.

memorial from city of London against servants of, 100
-, parliament requires to dismiss English Catholics, haughty reply, 103.

Windebank took letters from, 105
-, warns Rossetti may have to go, 108.

1641 :

resents treatment of king by parliament, 111
-, advises desperate courses, 112.

Dutch ambassadors speak to about match, 116, 129
-, want princess earlier, 121
-, will not consent, 140.

anxious for French ambassador to come, 117, 164, 172
-, talks of going to France, 123, 124
-, Richelieu stays, 127.

writes to Rome for a loan, 117
-, obtains reprieve of Goodman, 119.

English not to attend chapel 123
-, promises not to protect priests, 125
-, asked to dismiss Catholics, 127.

receives Vendome, 127
-, vexed at Palatine coming, 130
-, not well disposed to Portuguese, 137
-, receives ambassadors coldly, 139.

Scots to be employed in household, 133.

Richelieu blames for treatment of mother, 137
-, would not allow Orange salute, 142.

present at Strafford's trial, 138
-, accused of intimacy with Jermyn, 150.

thinks of taking refuge at Portsmouth, 142
-, servants ordered to leave Court, 148.

agrees to completion of daughter's marriage, 145, 147
-, gratification at match, 158.

plans to go to Portsmouth, 149
-, intent to fly from London, 150
-, dissuaded by Montereul, 151.

more unpopular than king, 151
-, libels on, 151, 152
-, members of Court examined, 152.

asks Giustinian to forward letters, 155, 162
-, pleased at Giustinian protecting Rossetti, 175.

accused of complicity in army plot, 163
-, fear of parliament proceeding against, 166.

distress at action of parliament, 163, 174.

talks of going to Holmby, 171
-, bill against Catholic servants, of 174
-, lady of, 190.

Ferté arrival relieves, 175
-, his secret interview with, 176
-, he means to uphold, 179.

talks of going to Spa, 179
-, wants to escape from England, 183, 186, 189
-, parliament takes steps to stop, 186
-, gives way, 187.

angry with Vane over Clopton affair, 192
-, gets king to dismiss Chamberlain, 195.

priest of arrested, 193
-, regret at execution of Ward, 195
-, regret about Clopton, 198.

leaving London while king away, 194, 203, 207
-, at Oatlands, 208, 217.

annoyed at treatment of Capuchins, threatens to leave kingdom, 207.

reassured by news from Scotland, 208, 210, 215
-, delighted at evacuation by Scots, 210, 212
-, losing hopes, 229.

recommends Angoulême for red hat, 216
-, Newport suggests making hostage of, 272.

Giustinian to greet on return, 224
-, king notifies of return, 229, 242
-, offers to be godmother to Giustinian's son, 230.

Murray brings report to, from king, 225
-, very anxious at news from Scotland, 232
-, more confident, 236.

Giustinian to take leave of, 231
-, Giustinian suspected of receiving letters for, 245n.

parliament suspects of hand in Irish rebellion, 241.

children fetched away from, 241
-, meets king at Theobalds, 254.

Giustinian sees about opening of letters, 248, 249
-, his letter to, 250
-, persuades him to remain in London, 252.

aldermen knighted in presence of, 261
-, La Ferté asks lives of priests, to please, 265.

1642 :

proposed impeachment in parliament, 276
-, parliament deputation to, upon 285.

mistrusts La Ferté, 277
-, king takes to Hampton Court, 281.

parliament demands dismissal of Catholic servants, 288.

talk of escaping to Holland, 292
-, preparations for, 293, 296
-, king informs parliament of intention, 294.

leaves Windsor for Dover, 294
-, explains intentions to Giustinian, 295
-, reaches Dover, 296.

Court agitated at departure, 295
-, hope that may not go, 296.

Digby's letters to intercepted and read in parliament, 297.

almoner of. See Noel, Jacques le, bishop of Angouléme.

confessor of. See Philips, Robert.

master of the horse. See Jermyn, Henry.

Henry IV, duke of Lancaster, king of England :

ambassador received in Spain, 132.

Henry IV, king of France :

queen's reference to, 149.

Henry, Prince, third son of Charles I, afterwards duke of Gloucester :

birth, 60
-, christened, 62
-, congratulations on, 66, 69, 72, 87, 95.

Hepburn, Sir Patrick, lord of Wauchton, Scottish commissioner to parliament, 93.

Herbert, Sir Edward, Attorney General :

delivers articles of impeachment against six members, 276
-, to be punished, 298.

Herbert, Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Pembruch, Lord Chamberlain of the Household :

accompanies king to York, 71
-, sent to ask loan of city, 86
-, obtains loan, 89.

sent to king about triennial bill, 126
-, on committee to consider Dutch proposals, 129.

quarrel with Maltravers, 194
-, sent to Tower, 195.

king dismisses from office, 195
-, Commons ask Stewardship for, 261.

Hereford, bishop of. See Coke, George.

Hertford, earl of. See Seymour, William.

Hesse Cassel, Germany :

land grave of. See William VI.

Heywood, Peter, justice of the peace for Westminster :

stabbed by John James, 100.

Hide, Hider. See Hyde.

High Mightinesses. See Netherlands.

hides :

cargo of plundered, sent to Messene, 42.

High Commission, Court of :

abolished by parliament, 178.

Hobson, Obson, Opson, John, English merchant :

not at fault in matter of English seal, 67-69
-, denounced in Senate, 155n.

king appeals to Venice for, 155
-, his letter, 156.

memorial to Senate against Benicelli, 156-158
-, reply upon, 158, 159, 160, 162.

asks for severe measures to obtain justice, 227, 228
-, application for letters of marque, 233, 243.

particulars of dispatch with Benicelli, 255, 256.

Venetian treatment of case, 278, 286, 290
-, reply to king, about, 287, 298.

Holdsworth, Richard :

king nominates for bishopric, 236n.

Holdenby or Holmby, Dombi, Donbi, co. Northampton :

queen proposes to go to, 170, 183.

Holis. See Holles.

Holland, Province of, Netherlands, 167 :

Chiaus proceeds to, 106
-, Princess Mary wanted at, 121.

Portuguese ambassador for, 132
-, Palatine returning to, 135
-, Roe going to, 144.

queen mother travelling through, 137, 168
-, thinks of staying in, 154, 176.

letters to and from seized, 172.

Assembly of, Aerssens makes report to, 31
-, ambassadors await meeting, 233.

- See also Netherlands.

Holland, earl of. See Rich, Henry.

Holles, Denzil, Benzil Holis :

king accuses of treason, 276, 278, 279
-, attends at Guildhall, 280
-, popularity, 281.

Digby advised charge, 285
-, king abandons charge, 294
-, Herbert censured for accusing, 298.

commissioner to examine letters, 278n.

Holmby. See Holdenby.

Hopton, Sir Arthur, English ambassador in Spain :

no progress with negotiations, 13.

despatches quoted, 30n, 121n.

treats with Olivares about Malvezzi's mission, 31.

Hotham, Sir John :

parliament sends to secure Hull, 284.

household, the king's :

loan demanded from officials of, 26.

Commons claim to make appointments in, 288.

customs revenue diverted from, for fleet, 291.

-, Vice Chamberlain of. See Goring, George, lord.

Houssay, seigneur de. See Mallier, Claude.

Howard, Alethea, countess of Arundel :

courtesy shown to, at Venice, 190
-, at Hague, 211
-, accompanies queen mother, 221
-, thinks of living at Padua, 230.

-, Charles, viscount Andover, baron Dandovert :

chosen ambassador to Venice, 269
-, waiting turn of events before starting, 278
-, king promises to hasten departure, 295.

Howard, Edward, lord of Escrich, Baron Avort :

presents petition of peers for parliament, 77
-, king's reply to, 78.

presents copy of petition to Common Council of London, 79.

commissioner to Scotland, 209n.

Howard, Henry Frederick, lord Mowbray and Maltravers :

quarrel with Pembroke, 194
-, sent to Tower, 195
-, sons of, students at Utrecht, 221.

Howard, Theophilus, earl of Suffolk, lord Warden of the Cinque Ports :

sent into counties to stop rebellion, 47
-, death, 54.

Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel and Surrey, earl Marshal, 182 :

Northumberland replaces in command of army, 4
-, appointed general south of Trent, 80.

commissioner to treat with Dutch, 116
-, on committee to Dutch proposals, 129.

to communicate terms of marriage to parliament, 124, 125.

sent to king about triennial bill, 126
-, king empowers to consent to bill, 151.

disapproves of Roe's mission, 139.

approaches Giustinian about Rupert serving Venice, 146.

will oppose exclusion of currants, 173, 239
-, warns Levant Co., 184
-, thanked, 253.

informed of opening of Venetian packet, 190, 244.

chosen to accompany queen mother, 194
-, in Zeeland with queen mother, 217
-, at Hague, 221
-, reports of, 227, back in England, 230.

ill, 246
-, account of debate on opened letters, 247
-, promises satisfaction, 249.

Howard, Thomas, earl of Berks, Baxisier, 269.

Huguenots :

proposal to establish same form of worship as, 167.

Hull, Ult, co. York :

commons send to secure, 284.

hunting, the chase :

Rupert allowed to go, 97.

Hurry, Lieut. Col. Sir John :

informs Leslie of conspiracy, 232n.

Hyde, Hide, Hider, Hyder, Ider, Henry, English Merchant, English consul in the Morea :

affairs dealt with by 5 Savii alla Mercanzia, 11
-, Talbot appeals for, 16
-, charged with buying pirated goods, 42, 48.

right to use royal seal recognised, 67n
-, ordered Hobson to have seal made, 68, 69.

Senate asks for information about, 271
-, reply upon, 292.

Laurence (?) :

memorial of, 196.



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