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1924

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'Index: J', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25: 1640-1642 (1924), pp. 342-344. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89517 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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James I, king of Great Britain, 236 :

Scots ask for repeal of laws made under, 101
-, desired union of England and Scotland, 105.

favours Levant trade, 168
-, decree upon currants, 180, 238.

state religion observed by, 227.

James, duke of York, second son of Charles I :

godfather to brother Henry, 62
-, meets young prince of Orange, 142.

proposed Nassau marriage for, 237.

James, John, a Catholic :

stabs Peter Heywood, 100.

Jean Barberie, English ship :

seized and released by French, 144n.

Jermyn, Henry, master of the queen's horse :

flight of, 149
-, alleged share in plot, 163.

accused of too great intimacy with queen, 150.

Jermyn, Sir Thomas :

queen sends to parliament with promise not to protect priests, 125.

Jersey, island of :

suspected French designs on, garrison increased, 15.

Jesuits :

share in Palatinate, 144.

queen mother accused of protecting, 152
-, argue in favour of taking oath of supremacy, 165.

ex, as pursuivant, 190
-, Giustinian asks for punishment, 190.

no foreign ambassador to harbour, 195n.

jewels :

queen gives to Chevreuse, 41.

proposal to raise loan on, 53.

Laud and Strafford offer to king, 71.

Portuguese ambassador takes to Holland, 132
-, presented by him to Prince William, 139
-, presented by Prince William of Orange, 145, 147
-, presented to him, 160.

queen taking to Holland, 183.

lost in Royal Merchant, 227n.

crown :

lady in charge of made answerable for, 186, 187.

diamonds, 38, 55, 160.

Jews :

quarrel between English merchants and, at Constantinople, 197.

Joachimi, Albert, Dutch Ambassador in England :

representations against granting ships to Spain, 5.

suspects secret negotiations with Spain, 5, 20
-, reports slowness of negotiations, 6
-, reply to delayed, 7.

reports Spanish efforts to use England against Holland, 8
-, fears of Velada's mission, 11.

Charles sends for and rates, 17
-, later message relieves, 19.

negotiations stationary, 24
-, Aerssens leaves in charge, 25
-, to go on with alliance, 31.

Charles hinted mediation with Denmark to, 28, 29
-, tries to avert trouble from Denmark, 33.

tries to thwart Spanish intrigues, 45
-, fails to make impression, 46.

Charles criticises Denmark's attitude, to, 54.

urges help for Palatine promising co-operation, 98.

reports general satisfaction with match, 110
-, promises reception of queen mother, 194
-, but not her ministers, 199.

allowed leave while king away, 189, 211.

sent back to forward alliance, 253, 255, 270.

goes to Windsor to mediate, 283, 288
-, persuades queen to go to Holland, 294.

John IV, duke of Braganza, king of Portugal :

negotiations with Morocco, 121
-, ambassador engages French officers for, 132.

ambassador expected from, 126
-, offers for alliance, 130.

decision to acknowledge, as popular choice, 134
-, king informed of accession, 137.

request for English officers, 143.

grant of levies to Spain injurious to, 164
-, Irish intended for offensive against, 214
-, Dutch fleet for, 221.

will benefit by treaty with England, 291.

John Casimir, Prince of Poland, brother of Uladislaus IV, Prince Casimir :

suggested exchange for Rupert, 1,2
-, released, 23
-, takes leave of Court, 29
-, departs for Brussels, 32.

Palatine has same honours as, 34.

Johnson, Edward, captain of the Leoncorno :

to bring Burdet to London, 57n.

Johnstone, Alexander, Scottish commissioner to parliament, 93.

judges:

charge of treason against four who pronounced for ship money, 105.

Juxon, William, bishop of London, Lord Treasurer :

Charles thinks of making Lord Keeper, 12
-, in state of perplexity, 21.

statement on cost of naval preparations, 30.

to send drafts for Danish cavalry, 62.



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