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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 10: 1600 (1904), pp. 484-489. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111843 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Eastergutland, Dukedom of, 130.

Easton Mawditt, co. Northampton, letter dated at, 192.

Eaton [Eton, co. Bucks], 324.

Ecclesiastical Commission, 86.

desired in diocese of Exeter, 451.

Ecleshall, Thomas. See James.

Edgcombe, Mr., 90.

Edinburgh (Edenbroughe, &c.), 48 (3), 64, 66 (2), 69, 75, 376.

letters dated at, 62, 71, 72, 82, 386.

Castle, 66.

King of Scots in, 65, 66, 72.

Lords convened in, 66.

Edmond(s) (Edmouns, &c.), Colonel, 206, 267.

—, regiment of, 267.

Dorothy Lady, 133.

Mr., 31.

—, sent to the Archduke, 93.

—, his “suit to the city,” 90.

Thomas, Clerk of the Privy Council, 2, 106, 145 (2), 148, 268, 373.

—, letter to, 2.

Edward the Confessor. See England.

Edward VI. See England.

Edwardes, Abraham, 173.

Egerton, Captain, 134 (2).

Sir John, 372.

Sir Thomas, Lord Keeper, 26, 31 (2), 38, 78, 153, 162, 164, 208, 231, 254, 262, 274, 279 (4), 280, 318, 319, 347, 349, 363 (2), 366, 367, 435, 463.

—, letters from, 29, 70, 74 (2), 81, 89, 175, 274, 333, 467.

—, — to, 319.

—, exhortations of, in the Star Chamber, 182–185.

Egyptians, the, priests of, 369.

Eldred, Jeroniy, 215.

John, merchant of London, 215.

—, letter from, 329.

—, junr., 215.

Revet, 215.

Richard, 215, 216 (2).

Thomas, 215.

Elizabeth, Queen of England, passim.

letters from, 158, 175, 288, 435.

letters to, 98, 130, 177, 207, 221, 331, 385.

acknowledged as lawful Queen, 336.

acknowledges no vassalage, 166.

Ambassadors of, in Paris, 443 (2).

—, in Poland, 171.

—. See Bancroft;

Nevill.

answer to the “Dansickers,” 233.

appeal to, for justice, 52.

army of, 60, 254.

army of, in Ireland, 91, 344, 405.

assents to East Indian trade, 329.

to assist tinners of Cornwall, 375.

assurances with the Bishop of Ely, 119–120.

Attorneys of, 369, 378.

audience of, 12, 71, 92, 94, 297, 365, 450 (2).

authority of, 99, 164.

bargain made for, 377.

bills signed by, 76, 322.

bounty of, 384, 420.

brother of. See Edward VI.

“carried the sword in her left hand,” 202.

Chamber of, 252.

changes her mind, 364.

chapel of, 121, 368 (3).

chaplain of, 16.

charged for fortifications, &c., 277, 281 (3).

claims of, 415.

coffers of, 186, 270, 322, 398.

coin of, 42, 327, 394–398.

coming to London, 418.

commandments, &c. of, 16, 26, 43, 114, 122, 130, 152, 159, 166, 204, 222, 290, 308, 338.

commissions granted by, 148, 181.

commissioners of, to Embden, 62.

confirmation of “the Hospital,” 294.

in connexion with Lod. Bryskett, 191, 223, 256, 383, 463.

— Lord Buckhurst, 433.

— Earls of Desmond, 264, 278, 297, 327, 463.

— Captain Robert Ellyott, 442–443.

— Earl of Essex, 48, 95, 110, 116, 128, 151, 156, 184–185, 208, 243, 309, 311–312, 328, 329, 330, 385.

— Sir Henry Glemham, 295–296, 305, 319 (2), 406 (2).

— Captain Lee, 278, 306, 428.

— Henry Leigh, 134–135, 158, 196, 223, 233, 270.

— the Earl of Northumberland, 347, 370.

— Lady Rich, 21, 24, 167–168.

— Lord Willoughby, 407–408, 418–419.

— Dowager Lady Winchester, 308–309, 313, 315, 323.

— Thomas Windebank, 37–38, 436.

consents to take leave of the French ambassador, 133–134.

contributes to building of a church, 165.

Council of, 90, 92.

—, in the Marches of Wales, 98 (3), 99.

councillors of, 242.

counsel at law of, 184 (2).

“Court gates” of, 90.

cruelty of, 67.

customs, duties, &c., of, 109, 121, 160, 383 (2), 446.

in danger, 163, 172–173, 240, 428.

dealings with Earl of Argyle, 365.

dealings with the Levant Company, 249.

dealings with Mary Queen of Scots, 414.

debts of, 395.

— to, 58.

deceived by evil practices, 252, 253, 399.

defrauded, 18, 299.

desires to hear a Frenchman sing, 139.

at “the dining-house,” 256.

to discharge “the ambassador's diet,” 271.

dispensation to be given by, 86.

displeasure towards James Gerald, 229.

— Sir Thomas Gerrard, 141.

— Justices of the Peace, 183.

— Earl of Southampton, 178.

dispositions concerning Plymouth, 92.

distressed subjects of, in Spain, 95.

doings at Rome known to, 356 (2).

Earl of Gowry awaits her pleasure, 133.

— Tyrone's head to be brought to, 402.

Embassy to, from Barbary, 177.

Emperor of Russia writes to, 237.

employs Mr. Chaderton to answer letters, 209.

enemies of, 300, 311.

evil spoken of, 287.

“far in years,” 7.

father of. See Henry VIII.

favour of, 71, 76, 86, 109, 251, 287, 311, 354, 386, 460.

— towards Lord Grey, 235.

Fellows of College recommended by, 378.

fine of, 111, 387.

fleet of, 468.

forces of, for Ireland, 339.

friends of, 46.

funeral of, prepared, 288.

game and woods of, 105.

gentleman pensioner of, 384.

gifts of, 126, 140, 219, 277.

— to, 52, 249.

going to Richmond, 345.

gracious regard for mariners, 353.

grants of, 59, 88 (2), 111, 177, 294, 382.

groom of the chamber of, 308.

“heavenly face” of, 295.

to “hold Bothwell while she hath him,” 440.

honour of, 96, 142, 276, 336, 340.

houses of, 82, 270.

impost of, 434.

indenture between, and Sir Richard Martyn, 446.

indignities offered to, 275 (2).

informed concerning knights, 220.

instructions of, 148.

interposes between Earl of Southampton and Lord Grey, 262.

jewels and plate of, 384–385.

Judges of, 419.

justice of, 316.

lands escheated to, 349–350.

— held of, 17.

— purchased of, 11, 424.

laws of, 296.

leases to be granted to, 449, 450.

legacy to, 309.

letter from (quoted), 456.

— to be shown to, 101.

letters of (mentioned), 2 (2), 9, 13, 17, 140, 164, 208, 237 (3), 239, 345, 371, 392, 416.

— for Ireland, 107, 338.

— procured from, 97, 104, 133.

— read to, 418, 436.

— shown to, in open Council, 380.

— to (mentioned), 27 (2), 359.

licences granted by, 309 (2).

likely to recover part of Munster, 242.

lodgings at Whitehall, 403.

“her Majesty's kitchenmaid, alias the Lord Deputy,” 345.

makes accord with States General of Holland, 93.

manor of, 85,

merciful disposition of, 306.

message to Lord Grey, 165.

messengers of, 84, 423 (2).

ministers of, 82.

money lent to, 24.

moneys due from, 274, 292, 293, 352.

— to, 148, 240, 282.

munition and victuals allowed by, to ships, 405.

negotiations for peace with King of Spain, 93, 355.

officers and ministers of, 417.

once a prisoner at Woodstock, 427.

pardon of, 442, 443, 444.

passport desired of, 289, 290.

peace of, with the Archduke, 388.

pensions granted by, 81, 155, 169.

person employed in the name of, 249.

persons to attend, 291, 294, 411, 434.

petition of Captain Bostock to, 459.

— Corporation of Kilkenny to, 372.

— Countess of Lincoln to, 146.

— Jane Holford to, 429.

— merchants to, 124.

petitions to, 87.

physician of, 237.

pleasure of, 152.

porter of. See Roberts.

possessions of, in Ireland, 455, 461, 464.

preachers of, 41, 84, 311.

predecessors of, 416.

prejudice of, 95.

presence of, 268.

prisoner kept at expense of, 245.

prisoner of, 153.

privy seal procured from, 269, 270.

progress of, 220, 269, 301.

proposition of answered by the States General, 325–326.

protection granted by, 96.

purse of, 179, 447.

recusants required to acknowledge, 284.

relations with King of France, 435–436.

— King of Scotland, 71, 155, 363–364, 389, 412–414, 420.

— King of Spain, 243.

— Venice, 115, 462–463.

relief of the poor by, 248, 255.

rents due to, 203, 204, 363, 429, 456, 465 (2).

revenues of, 204, 289, 446.

“royal succession” of, 202.

“royal nature” of, 420.

“royal word” of, 254.

sale of lands of, 365.

of Saxon descent, 166.

seasick with the ragings of Ireland, 353.

secretaries of, 269.

sends envoy to Russia, 275.

— — Sweden, 276.

— letter to King of Soots, 72.

— messenger to Dr. Goodman, 367.

— to identify King of Portugal, 407.

service of, 14, 20 (2), 45, 58, 63, 66, 75, 76, 79, 81, 87, 101, 105 (2), 109, 136 (2), 138, 140, 142, 157 (2), 168, 186, 189, 192 (3), 204, 223, 230, 241, 244 (2), 249, 287, 310, 311, 410 (3), 411, 412, 416, 432, 444.

— Ireland, 88, 104, 126, 134, 159, 192, 218–219, 238, 252, 264, 278, 299, 350, 353, 366, 375–377, 405.

Sir Anthony Sherley writes to, 318.

ships of, 101, 109, 136, 138, 200, 222, 239, 242, 243, 323, 335, 427, 432, 466.

signature of, 5, 31, 127, 435.

sister of. See Mary.

speaks to the Earl of Rutland, 307.

speaks to Sir John Stanhope concerning the Earl of Essex, 132.

speech of, 239.

speeches against, 441.

stays money for the Pope, 87–88.

styled “King Harre, his daughter,” 261.

subjects of, 189, 290 (2), 310, 330, 334, 396, 427.

—, to have no trade with Spain, 93.

suit of Lord Audeley to, 353.

— Capt. Bornstra to, 192–193.

— Capt. Ralph Bostocke to, 334–335.

— Sir William Bowes to, 380.

— Frances Lady Burgh to, 460.

— Dr. Julius Cæsar to, 302.

— Sir Arthur Chichester to, 285.

— Master of Clare Hall to, 332–333.

— Anthony Crompton to, 370.

— Sir Robert Cross to, 125.

— Earl of Cumberland to, 138, 234, 261.

— Francis Dacre to, 291.

— S. Davison to, 346.

— Sir Robert Dormer to, 270.

— Sir Arthur Gorges to, 386.

— Sir Ferdinando Gorges to, 368.

— Thomas Holcroft to, 230.

— Gawyn Johnston to, 289.

— King's College Cambridge to, 466.

— the merchants of London to, 445–446.

— Th. Moffett to, 311.

— Lady Norreys to, 382, 447.

— Earl of Oxford to, 257.

— Fabricio Palavicino to, 3, 316.

— Sir Horatio Palavicino to, 3.

— the Fellows of Peterhouse (Cambridge) to, 224.

— Paul Pinder to, 249, 334.

— Sir Fra. Ruisshe to, 222.

— Lady Russell to, 121–122.

— Mr. Sanderson to, 203.

— William Smythe to, 381.

— Sir Robert Sydney to, 430.

— Ed. Thornburgh to, 186.

— Sir Edward Wingfield to, 292.

other suits made to, passim.

supremacy of, 67, 68, 109, 144.

surveyor of buildings to, 287.

— of liveries to, 336.

“tenant at will to the Pope,” 284.

tenants of, 165.

thanks of, 204.

“threatens a progress” to houses of Sir Henry Lee, 180.

treasure of, 7, 421.

visits Sir Henry Glemham's wife, 406.

wards of, 10, 26–27, 106 (2), 107, 112, 115, 117 (2), 119 (2), 127, 149, 367, 409 (2), 429, 435.

wardship granted by, 105.

warrants of, 74, 235.

whether lawful Queen, 342.

wine prisage due to, 433–434.

at Whitehall, 463.

workmen of, 244.

writs of, 165.

Ellis, Engeraut, of Canterbury, 428.

—, Jak son of, 428.

Ellyott, Capt. Robert, letters from, 6, 442.

suit to the Queen, 442–443.

Ellys, John, 410 (2).

Elphinstone, Elveston, Sir George, 47 (2), 266 (2).

Elston, W., letter from, 406.

Elveston. See Elphinstone.

Elwood, —, of Cambridge, 279.

Thomas, letter from, 234.

Ely, Bishop of, 245 (3), 317, 319 (2).

assurances with the Queen, 119–120.

Ely (Elie), Isle of, 317 (2), 319 (3).

Emden, Embden, 42, 62, 239, 245, 246, 392.

commissioners at, 152.

Danish and English commissioners at, 92.

Emerson, Hugh, 217.

Emperor, the (Charles V.), 51, 100, 156–157, 166, 290, 397 (2).

ambassador of, 275.

Ferdinand, brother of, 100.

Emylie, Henry, of Henley-upon-Thames, petition of, 394.

Enderby, —, an attorney, 69 (2), 70.

England, Kings or Queen of :

Edward the Confessor, 167, 199.

Edward VI., 254, 352, 395 (2), 397, 398.

Henry VII., 157.

Henry VIII., 101, 156, 157, 261, 352, 395, 396, 398.

—, councillor to, 323.

Mary, 352, 397.

England, 3, 4, 7 (2), 20, 25, 35, 36 (2), 37, 47, 56, 57 (2), 60 (2), 62 (2), 63 (2), 64, 96, 104, 131, 149, 151, 250, 277, 292, 300, 316, 334, 356, 388, 442 (2), 455.

arms of, on ordnance, 170.

bone setters in, 77.

cargoes sent to, 174, 465.

coarse clothe of, 42.

coast of, 67.

Commissioners of, to treat with those of Spain, 145, 167.

—, letter from, 153.

controversies in, 374.

corn of, 214; and see Corn.

the Court in, Richard Boyle agent at, 437.

crown of, 7.

— heir apparent to, 67.

in danger, 460.

designs of Spain against, 36.

Earl of Thomond in, 104 (2).

Earl of Tyrone to make peace with, 430.

envoy of Poland in, 289–290.

fugitives in, 146, 147, 177.

Great Seal of, 434.

jealousy of King of Scotland towards, 364.

Judges of, 392.

Kings of, anointed Kings of France, 166–167.

laws of, concerning duels, 263.

licence to come into, 309.

— to pass through, 82, 143.

Lord Deputy of, to the Borders of Scotland, 66.

the Master of Gray employed in, 364, 412.

Master Gunner of. See Bull.

money in, 394–398, 446.

negotiations for peace with Spain and Burgundy, 145–146, 167, 172.

news sent to, 197.

“the nursery of,” 254.

the peace of, 374.

peace with the Low Countries, 126.

— with Spain, 25, 456 (2).

— — and Austria, 456.

persons coming to, 102, 149, 151, 158, 163 (2), 177 (2), 259, 279, 283 (2), 285, 341 (4), 403, 428, 438 (2), 439 (2), 449.

— leaving, 283, 321, 439.

— — without licence, 144 (2), 150.

— in, scandalized by recourse to the Pope, 373.

preachers in, 450.

priests going to, 36, 305.

prohibited goods in, 241.

relations with Scotland, 412.

Roman Catholics in, 374, 451–454.

and Spain, 125.

—, question of precedence between, 166–167.

Spaniards and Jesuits to be expelled from, 450.

Spanish fleet directed to, 67.

“subject to a Spaniard,” 93.

“tragic deeds” of Spaniards in, 450.

war supplies from, 231.

winter in, 276.

youngest Earl of, 440.

Englefield, letter dated at, 15.

English attire, 318.

captains, 197, 198.

Courts (of Law), 315.

laws, 281.

merchandise, 115.

minister, an, 279.

nation, 67, 115, 146, 261.

parentage, 141.

peace with Spain, 356.

piracies, 455–456.

ships, 77, 115, 237, 400, 424.

—, taken, 424.

shires, list of sheriffs in, 400.

“surgeant,” an, 272.

the, in Ireland, 299.

run to Her Majesty's enemies, 300.

“the wicked,” 68.

Englishmen, 259 (2), 272, 276, 279.

in France, 163 (2).

Ireland planted with, 68.

(“Roger and Richard”), prisoners in Spain, 175.

trading in the Levant, 214.

working in galleys, 151.

Epernon, Duc d', 321.

Erasmus, De copia verborum, 48.

Ernest, Count, of Nassau, 197–198, 213.

Errington, George, 203 (3).

Erroll, Marquis of, 60, 61.

Ersfield, Anthony, letter from, 464.

Erskine, Sir Thomas, Captain of the Guard, 389.

Escott, Capt. Alexander, of Withyell, examination of, 258.

Espagne. See Spain.

Espagnols. See Spaniards.

Espinola. See Spinola.

Essendine (Essenden, &c.), co. Rutland, 231, 379.

manor of, 82.

Essex, Earl and Countess of. See Devereux.

Mr., 323.

—, great-grandfather of, 323.

Essex, county of, 29, 222, 441, 460–461.

deer in, 460, 461.

soldiers pressed out of, 441.

Estats Generaux. See States General.

Estcourt, Mr., 31.

Eston Lodge, letter dated at, 277.

Ethell, —, 102.

Eure, (Ewre, Ewrye, Evers) :

Ralph, Lord, Vice-President of the Council of the North, 9, 302–303, 325 (2), 382.

—, brother of. See Sir William.

—, sister of, 325.

—, son of. See William.

Sir William, 303 (4), 407–408, 419.

William, 303–304, 325 (2).

—, letter from, 391.

Europe, Christian princes in, 331, 413, 414.

Eustace, Captain William, letter from, 300.

Evanowich, Gregory, 371.

Evelyn, John, letters from, 339, 354.

—, brother of, 339 (3), 354.

Mr., 312 (2).

Robert, 348.

Evers. See Eure.

Evington, John, 215.

Eweline (Newelline), co. Oxford, 307, 310.

Exchequer, the, 116, 446.

Barons of, 392.

Chamber, the, 392.

Chancellor of. See Fortescue, Sir John.

Treasury of the, 157.

Exeter, 18, 25, 28, 258.

letters dated at, 9, 17, 28, 121, 229, 351, 378.

inhabitants of, 291.

mayor of. See Howell, and Martin.

Recorder of. See Hele.

Exeter, Bishop of. See Cotton.

Dean and Chapter of, 17 (2).

diocese of, disorders in, 450–451.

prebend of, 13.

Exmouth, 351.

Eyve, George, 215.



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