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'Index: F', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 10: 1600 (1904), pp. 489-491. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111844 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Fachin, Maitre, 25.

Fageolle, la. See Flageolle.

Failliole, Monsieur de la, 118.

nephew of, 118.

Fairfax, Edward, 32, 106.

Sir Thomas, 32, 106.

—, Sir Thomas, son of, 32 (2).

—, —, letter from, 106.

Faleiro, Andrew, 425.

Falkland, Viscount. See Carye.

Falkland, Fife, 266 (2).

Falmouth, 258, 346.

Fambridge, North, co. Essex, manor of, 112.

Southmarsh in, 112.

South, co. Essex, manor of, 112.

Fane, Sir Thos., Lieutenant of Dover Castle, 232.

letters from, 43, 230, 231, 261, 306, 316, 401.

kinsman of, 401.

Fann Abbay (or St. Germins), 259.

Fara, William, 214.

Farnese, Cardinal, 320.

Farnough [Farnworth], co. Lancaster, 144.

Faro, 67.

Farr, Robert, 214.

William, 217.

Farrington, Caldwall, 215.

John, 215.

Thomas, 215.

—, junr., 215.

Fastcastle, Berwickshire, 61.

Faunt, Mr., 344 (2).

Fawconer, Mr., 399 (2).

Fawther, Mr. Josias, 11.

Feake, John, 216.

Fearne. See Ferne.

Febvre, Alexander le. See Le Febvre.

Feckenham, Forest of, 10.

Feltam, John, 214.

Felton, Francis, 341.

Mr., 35, 322.

Fennor, Capt. George, 39.

employed as Admiral, 40, 337.

Fenton, Sir Geoffrey, 53, 224, 359, 372, 463.

letters from, 221, 243.

Ferdinando, Mr., 433 (3).

Fereira, Sebastian, 425.

Ferne (Fearne), John, Secretary of the Council of the North, 188 (2), 325.

letter from, 187.

Fernely, George, 216.

Thomas, 216.

Fernes, Ireland, Archdeacon of. See Campion.

bishopric of, 465.

Ferrer, Mr., 285.

Ferrol, 40.

Feryman, Hugh, 177.

Fews (Phwes), Ireland, 57.

Fich, Nathaniel, 215.

Ralfe, 216.

Fierborne Mill, 47.

Fife, 206.

Finch (Finche), Clement, esquire, of Mylton in Kent, 144.

Theophilus, letter from, 352.

—, father of, 352.

Thomas, examination of, 144.

Fine Office, the, 175.

Finland, John, Duke of, 130.

Finland, 130.

dukedom of, 130.

governors of, 130.

Fisher, Capt., 103, 105, 107.

William, 214.

Fitsgarrett. See Fitzgerald.

Fitsgerat. See Fitzgerald.

Fittch, Thomas, 215.

Fittes Harbert. See Fitzherbert.

Fitton. See Fytton.

Fitzedmond(e), Mr., 290 (2).

FitzEdmonds (Redmond ?), John, 230.

Fitzgerald (Fitz Gerald, Fitsgarrett, Fitsgerat, &c.) :

Captain E., letter from, 420.

Eleanor, Countess of Desmond, 277.

Frances, Countess Dowager of Kildare, 310 (2), 461.

—, bond concerning, 310 (2).

—, father of, 310.

—, —, brother of, 310.

Gerald (Garrod), late Earl of Desmond, conspiracy of, 290.

—, secretary of, 235.

—, son of. See Fitzgerald, James.

—, a usurper, 68.

Gerald (Garratt), 14th Earl of Kildare, 461 (2).

—, letter from, 416.

James, created Earl of Desmond, 242–243, 277–278, 338 (2), 351.

—, letters from, 37, 118, 180, 229, 230, 263, 297, 327, 463.

—, debts of, 37, 118, 180, 229, 327.

—, to be Earl of Desmond, 290.

—, enlargement of, 299.

—, father of. See Fitzgerald, Gerald.

—, footman of, 235 (2), 238.

—, heir apparent of, 290.

—, nurse of, 235.

—, patent for, 467.

—, restoration of, 299.

—, servant of, 264.

James FitzThomas (styled Earl of Desmond by the Irish), 219, 298–299.

—, letters from, 66, 67.

—, father of, 67, 68 (2).

—, grandfather of (James), 67.

—, uncle of. See Fitzgerald, Gerald.

Thomas, Knight of the Valley, land of, 353.

William, 13th Earl of Kildare, 300.

Fitz Gibbon, Morice, 277.

father of (the White Knight), 277.

Fitzherbert (Fitzharbert, Fittes Harbert) :

Anthony Dyott, 349, 350.

Francis, a friar, 350.

George, a Jesuit, 350.

Mr., 250.

Nicholas, 350.

Sir Thomas, 349–350.

—, heirs of, 349–350.

Thomas, 154, 350.

Fitz John, Edmond, 230 (2).

Fitz Redmond, John, 230 (2).

Fitz Thomas, James. See Fitzgerald.

Fitzwilliam(s), Edward, 150.

John, of Clarborough, co. Notts., 149.

—, examination of, 150–151.

Mr., 3, 37.

—, a seminary, 448.

Sir William, 149, 335.

William, 3.

—, letter from, 317.

Flach, Hartmannus, 230.

Flageolle (Fageolle), M. de la, 163.

—, son of, 163.

Flamborough Head, 188.

Flanders (Flandres), 2, 7, 16, 166, 179 (3), 194–195, 201, 205, 228, 246, 247 (2), 334, 373, 389, 413, 424, 430, 449.

coast of, 427.

dukedom of, 213.

war in, 208, 355.

Flecher, Dr., 90.

Fleetwood, Robert, 215.

Fleming :

Thomas, Mayor of Drogheda, letters from, 235, 236.

Thomas, Solicitor General, 178, 433.

Flemings, 109, 138, 140, 150, 462.

trading to East Indies, 207, 427.

(troops), 201 (2), 206.

letter dated at, 304.

Flemish, letter in, 58.

ships (“Flemings”), 12, 36, 426, 466.

woman, a, 175.

Fletcher, Dr., 96.

letter from, 411.

Fley, Ellis, 291.

Flint. See Flyntt.

Floode, Thomas, letter from, 391.

Florence, Duke of, 363, 400, 413.

niece of, 32.

Florence, 176, 321 (8), 465.

distilled water from, 77.

serge, 163.

Flowerdew, William, the Queen's ward, 421 (2).

brothers of, 421.

sister of, 421.

Flushiners,” the, 407.

Flushing (Vlyssinghe, &c.), 177, 234, 247, 248, 335 (2), 466.

letters dated at, 149, 391.

Flyntt (Flint), Humfrey, 322.

letter from, 280.

Focart, John, Jesuit Father, 144.

Fontainebleau (Fontaine Belleau, &c.), 22 (2), 23, 33, 271.

Forster, Adam, 214.

Fort, Dr., 19.

Fortescue (Fortzkew, Fotzkew, &c.), —, 51 (2).

Captain, sometime of Jersey, 276.

Hugh, of Devonshire, death of, 384.

—, son of, 112.

—, widow of, 112.

Capt. John, 272.

Sir John, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 79 (2), 84, 90, 103, 107, 112, 262, 311, 312, 328, 435.

—, certificate from, 91.

—, letters from, 101, 294.

—, privy seals to, 384 (2).

—, warrant of, 291.

W., letter from, 288.

—, “cousin Skinner,” 288.

—, son of, 288.

—, wife of, 288.

—, 51 (2).

Forth, the, 69.

Foster, Mr., the Queen's preacher, 311, 315.

Foulis, David, 72.

Foulkes (Fowlks), John Wyn, of Denbighshire, heir of, 423.

Mr., servant of the Earl of Essex, 306, 310.

Fourd, 48.

Fowey (Foye, &c.), co. Cornwall, 110, 426, 432.

letter dated at, 109.

Fowler, Mr., conspiracy against, 181.

Thomas, Justice of Middlesex, 252, 253, 274.

Fox, Capt., 13.

Foxe, Ha., letter from, 5.

Foyle, Lough (“Lafoile, &c.”), 122 (2), 134, 137, 186, 189 (2), 224–225, 243 (2), 269, 349, 364, 477.

garrison at, 255, 454.

governor of, 376; and see Docwra, Sir Henry.

Scots to be brought to, 375 (2).

Foyntus, Count de. See Fuentes.

Frampton, co. Dorset, 48.

France, King of (Francis I.), 397 (2).

—, Henry II., 197.

— (Henry IV.), 22–23, 32 (4), 33 (9), 139 (2), 167, 172, 196–197, 355, 363, 387, 445, 449.

— —, letter to, 435.

— —, accused of duplicity, 456.

— —, ambassador to, from England, 435–436; and see Nevill.

— —, bruit of illness of, 197, 321.

— —, Commissioners appointed by, 166.

— —, installing of, 269, 270.

— —, interview with Duke of Savoy, 22–23.

— —, letter to (quoted), 456.

— —, mistress of, 22, 32, 33.

— —, at Paris, 133.

— —, at peace with King of Spain, 320.

— —, relations with Queen Elizabeth, 435–436.

— —, relations with Scotland, 413.

— —, sister of (Catharine of Navarre), 22.

— —, King of Spain prepares for war with, 342.

— —, at war with Duke of Savoy, 270, 289, 355, 403–404, 406–407.

Queen of (Marie de Medici), 100, 196, 320, 403, 449.

—, marriage of, 289, 320.

France, 2, 4, 34 (2), 42, 60, 68 (2) 77, 87, 114, 144, 172, 191 (2), 218 (2), 263, 300, 335, 355, 364, 389, 413, 441, 452, 456, 461.

Burgundy severed from, 126.

the coast of, 150, 424.

Constable of, 33.

the Court of, 289, 364 (2).

English Ambassador in. See Nevill.

fashions of, 82.

few Englishmen in, 71.

gentlemen passing out of, into Spain, 143–144.

journey of Mr. Lok into, 456–457.

Kings of, 167.

league with Scotland, 125.

the Master of Gray in, 388.

mediation of, between Spain and England, 456.

negotiations with Savoy, 319.

news from, 32, 321.

passports for, 143.

Peace Commissioners in, 156.

— with Spain, 456 (2).

pension in, 71.

persons going to, 321 (2).

— leaving, 283, 426, 428.

places in, 412, 456–457.

relations with the Porte, 456.

Earl of Rutland desires to go to, 307 (2).

Spaniards and Jesuits to be expelled from, 450.

Sir Nicholas Throgmorton's negotiations in, 125, 126.

“tragic deeds” of Spaniards in, 450.

treaty with, 157.

voyage into, 114.

at war with Spain, 406–407.

Frances, John, 464.

Francis, —, 27.

— (friend of Henry Lok), 73.

Mr., major, a seminary, 448.

—, minor, a seminary, 448.

Franciscan, a, 428.

Francklin, John, 215.

Frauncis, Edward, 216.

John, the post of Chester, letter from, 169.

Freake, Thomas, 216.

Freelands, 142.

Freeman, —, 432 (2).

Thomas, 216.

William, 216.

French Ambassador, 92 (2), 289; and see Boissise.

to the Pope, 321.

crown, a, value of, 395.

gentleman, to sing to the Queen, 139.

letters, 325, 363, 435, 440.

merchants, 112, 174, 362.

nation, the, driven out of Scotland, 398.

fickleness of, 444.

pistols, 268.

ships, 18, 63, 144, 151, 283, 327, 341 (2), 443, 455–456.

soldier, a, 273.

wines, 269, 305.

Frenchmen, 241, 247, 272 (2).

Frethem, Richard, 216.

Frevile, George, letter from, 83.

Frier, John, 217.

Friesland (Frize), 326 (2).

Frinlei, Thomas, 315.

Frisons, the, 198.

Frize. See Friesland.

Frontignan, France, 151.

Fuentes, Count de, 270, 320, 321, 406.

Fullerton, Mr., 421.

Fulsey, Widow, 154.

Funcke, John, 215.

Furnamvocht, Flanders, 194.

Fyall (Fayal), Island of, 272.

Fysher, —, 136.

Fytton (Phyton, &c.), Sir Edward, 230, 253.

letters from, 18, 265, 401.

daughter of, 265 (2).

Mary, daughter of, 265.

Fytzgerald. See Fitzgerald.



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