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.
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.
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.
lady in charge of made answerable for, 186, 187.
diamonds, 38, 55, 160.
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.
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.