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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 609-610. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111890 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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Earby, Anthony. See Irby.

Eardesland, land of, 113.

Earl Marshal of England, doubt of an office being in the disposition of, 197.

Earle, Captain, 453.

Earl's Court, near Worcester, 356.

Earsby. See Eresby.

Earth, Mr., servant of Lord Mountjoy, 65, 552.

East Friesland, Earldom of, extension of, 263.

the Emperor's commissioner in, 513.

East India voyage, list of merchants refusing to contribute to, 7, 8.

East Indies, 192.

rebellion in, mentioned, 7.

Spanish ships for, 7.

Company trading to, Governor General of, appointment, 18.

Eastland merchants resident at Elbing, letter to, 434.

Easton, Rector of, 4.

Eaton, Edmund, 441.

Ecclesiastical Commission asked for, 26.

Edinburgh (Edenburgh), 140, 524, 558.

letters dated at, 261, 418.

the Queen's agent in, letter to, 299.

Edmonds (Edmondes) :

Mr., 159, 203, 543.

Captain Peirce, 88, 93, 94, 103, 107.

—, letters from, 99 (2).

Thomas, English agent in France, 362, 548.

—, subject of his negotiation with the King, 376.

—, letters from, 393, 450.

Edward VI., property bestowed by, referred to, 274.

Edwards :

a merchant of Elbing, 39.

Richard, draper, examination of, 67.

—, examination of servants of, 67 (2).

Egerton :

Charles, letter from, 123.

John, 540.

Lady, 133.

Stephen, minister of St. Ann's, Blackfriars, a sermon of, objected to, 148, 154, 157, 158, 161.

—, letters from, 157, 161.

Sir Thomas, Master of the Rolls, Keeper of the Great Seal, 199, 235, 301.

—, letters from, 193, 332, 352, 504.

—, letters to, 473, 545.

—, house of, mentioned, 48.

—, complaint against, 294.

—, willing to bear a portion of the cost for improving the Street of Westminster, 321.

—, one of the commissioners to examine into monopolies, 324.

—, as Arbitrator, 584.

Egmont, Count, letter from, 545.

Eindhoven (Eindthoven), 452, 461.

Elbe, the, 239.

Elbing, 39.

letter dated at, 536.

the Eastland merchants resident at, letter to, 434.

Elliot (Ellyott) :

George, asks for wardship, 440.

Robt., discourses concerning Spanish army in Munster signed, 555.

Ellis, John, a youth, fled to France and become a Catholic, 5, 8.

description of, 6.

Ellise, Stephen, petitions for a wardship, 413.

Elphinstoune, Jame, letter from, 330.

Eltonhead of Lancashire, heir of, 456.

Elvaston, letters dated at, 369, 502.

Elverton, Serjeant, examines prisoners, 93.

Ely, Bishop of. See Heton.

Ely, Isle of, 169, 173.

Emden (Embden), 176, 327, 360, 476.

letters dated at, 239, 264, 512.

“The Earl” at, 238.

the skipper of a ship of, sent up to town by Sir J. Gilbert, 465.

ships of, referred to, 572.

Castle of, fireworks at, 238.

Emperor, the, 163.

demands of, for his war against the Turks, &c., 263.

the Russian Ambassador's letter to, referred to, 347.

principal Secretary of, arrival in Germany, &c., 238, 263. And see Beruitius.

a messenger of the Merchants Adventurers goes with a letter from the Queen to, 513.

Emperour, Anthony, house of, 357.

Empire, the :

Council of (Reich's-Hofrath), 513, 514.

Exchequer (Hoff-Khamber) of, 514.

Enfield :

parks at, 386.

Chace, warrant for felling beeches in, 149.

—, poachers of deer in, 542.

England, proposed league between Sweden and, 207.

the King of France a possible arbitrator for peace with, 380.

strangers in, loans to be raised from, 12.

Englefield, 324.

English cloth, 514.

fleets, Spaniards question fishermen concerning, 192.

man-of-war, a prize recaptured by an, 299.

men for the protection of Ireland, 353.

men reported to be voluntarily serving in Spanish ships, 213.

gentleman, an unknown, in Spain, 269, 270.

regiments before Rheinberg, &c., 248, 250, 265, 266.

ships, list of, conveyed to the King of Spain, 314.

Enniscorthy, garrisoning of, 492.

rebels at, destruction of property by, 298.

Enno (Ennoe) :

Count, settlement of the quarrel of, with the E. of Oldenburgh, 239.

commissioners of, and the Emperor's Council, 263.

Entragues, Madame d', 163.

Eresby (Earsby), letter dated at, 232.

Ernestus, Count. See Nassau.

Errington, Robert, cousin of Thomas Vaux, place of residence, &c., 299, 300, 309, 317.

Erroll, Marquis of, a quarrel of, mentioned, 418.

Erskine (Askine, Areskin, Areskinn) :

John, Earl of Mar, 185, 227, 418.

—, a suitable lodging for, 88.

—, audience with the Queen, 137.

—, complaint made by, 204.

—, points of dispute with the Master of Gray, &c., 272, 273.

—, result of his mission to the Queen, 290.

—, cousin german to, 1.

George, Scot, alleged Secretary of the Earl of Argyle, examined and detained at Beaumaris, 184, 195.

— letters found on, 193.

—, letter from, 195.

Sir Thomas, a letter directed to, sent to Cecil, 193.

— brother of, matter of, 194.

Esens (Essens), brought under the Earldom of East Friesland, 263.

Essex :

county of, sea-coast of, 98.

a request to be excused service as Sheriff for, 486.

Earl and Countess of. See Devereux.

the old Countess of, 123.

Essex House, 33, 41, 43, 50, 125, 587.

utensils to be sent from, for E. of Essex during his imprisonment in the Tower, 39.

the uproar in, 107.

a frequenter of, 387.

Essex Rebellion, warrant to the constables, 29.

incidents, &c., of, 30, 31, 33, 34, 38, 40, 51, 59, 65, 67–70, 96, 103, 106–108, 111, 113, 160, 166, 167, 178, 267, 401.

arrangements for defending the city, 59.

names of persons concerned in, or suspected, 86, 103, 106–108, 160, 214, 215.

application for rewards for services done in, 117.

charge of striking an officer on the day of the, 165.

fishermen questioned by Spaniards concerning, 192.

compared to the conspiracy of Catiline against Rome, 234.

Estcott, one, a captain of a man-of-war, intelligence given by, 304.

Este, Marquis d', Extraordinary Ambassador from Savoy, 172, 173.

Eston Lodge, letter dated at, 339.

Etall (co. Northumberland ?), 585.

Eton College :

Provost of, 130.

—, seizure of his papers, 54, 55.

one formerly employed in, 576.

Eure (Ewre, Ever) :

Ralph, Lord, 546.

—, letters from, 11, 328, 436.

—, letter to, 198.

William, son of Lord Eure, in the Star Chamber for his behaviour in Sir T. Hoby's house, 11, 436, 546.

Sir William, brother of Lord Eure, 15, 198, 208, 436.

—, has had a private conference with the King of Scots, 90.

—, letter from, 567.

Eustace, Captain William, letters from, 102, 142.

Evans, Griffith, letter from, 122.

desires a wardship, 395, 436.

Ever. See Eure.

Everett, Robert, speeches against Sir R. Cecil and imprisonment of, 284, 285.

Ewens, Alexander, 64 (2).

examination of, 100.

Exchange of Irish money, 23.

Exchange, the, Keeper of, a libel found by 156.

Exchange between England and Ireland Master of the, payment of th forces in Ireland made through, 165.

Exchequer, the :

Barons of, letter from, 237.

Chancellor of. See Fortescue.

marshal's office in, doubt concerning disposal of and copies of precedents made, 197.

a tellorship in, 274.

privilege of, excuse for refusal to contribute to levy of money in Hampshire, 355.

(chequer) seal, grant of an office passing by the, 307.

money issued from, 401.

a suit in, 500.

a search among the records of the, for precedents, 513.

Chamber, writ of error in, 237.

Exeter :

Bishop of. See Cotton.

Diocese of, necessity of an Ecclesiastical Commission in, 26, 182.

City of, letters dated at, 26, 182, 499.

—, Mayor of. See Walker.

—, burgesses of, 499.

Exton, letter dated at, 430.

Eynns, Capt. William, letter from, 545.

Eyre, Mrs., in Derbyshire, accused of harbouring Jesuits, 437, 438.



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