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'Index: M', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 629-632. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111896 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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McCarthy (McCartymore), Florence, a prisoner in England, 353, 354, 381.

Macclesfield (Maxfild), co. Chester, letters dated at, 197, 218.

Chief Clerk of, death of, 201.

Mayor of. See Fitton, Sir Edward.

Forest of, 175.

Gaol, a prisoner in, 197.

McConnell (Maconel), Sir James, 228, 391.

McCooley, Arden, a traitor, 548.

McDonell, Dono, 65.

letter to, 66.

McGennis (McGennys), land formerly belonging to, petition for, 547.

Machin, Thomas, 42.

McRorie [O'Moore], Sheney, rebellion of, referred to, 572.

Maddison, Capt., commanding a company at Ostend, 263, 346.

Madox, Thomas, letter from, 505.

Madrid (Madrill), 527.

the common prison or carcel of, letters dated from, 203, 255 (2).

Maestricht, 380, 452.

Maine, Duke of, son of, sent as ambassador from the King of France, 380.

Mainwaring (Maynwaringe, Manwaring, Mannorynge) :

J. W., 95, 199.

Sir George, son of, a ward, 193.

Maior, —, 147.

Majorca (Majorica, Mayorke), 172.

ships of, captured, 377, 378.

Malaga (Mallaga), Spain, 219, 377.

Malbie (Malbye), Captain Henry, 117.

letter from, 552.

Maldere, [Jacob Van], president of the Council of State in Zealand, opposes English interference, 256.

Malines. See Mechlin.

Mallory (Mallery, Malory, &c.) :

Captain, 536.

Fynon, 556.

Simon, 87, 214.

Sir William, letters from, 18, 76, 176

Malton, letters dated at, 328, 436.

Man, Isle of, 554.

Controller of. See Molyneux.

Islanders of, a petition of, 271.

Bishop of. See Lloyd.

Man :

Stephen, 44, 87.

William, of Dundee, 299.

Manfeld, one, 563.

Mangerton, Laird of, harbours malefactors, &c., 398.

Manhod, Mr., 307.

Manners (Mannors, Maners) :

Sir Charles, 392.

Edward, former Earl of Rutland, 529.

Lady Elizabeth, sister of the Earl of Rutland, 141, 142.

Lady Frances, sister of the Earl of Rutland, 141, 142.

Francis, brother of Roger, Earl of Rutland, 44, 87, 103, 214.

—, letter from, 34.

Sir George, 87, 103, 214.

Isabel, Dowager Countess of Rutland, 529.

—, letter from, 269.

—, [grand]son of. See Cecil, William Lord Ros.

Joseph, 86.

Robert, 86.

Roger, Earl of Rutland, 36, 40 (2), 41, 44, 103, 214, 369.

—, letters from, 141, 230, 246, 283, 396, 469, 487, 529.

—, French armour, &c., for, 44, 99.

—, the servant of, examination of, 58.

—, committed, 102.

—, his distressed estate, &c., 141, 142, 230, 529.

—, Countess Dowager fears he will take land belonging to her “son,” [Lord] Roos, 269.

—, to be lodged at Uffington House, 413, 414, 448.

Roger, uncle of the Earl of Rutland, 199.

—, letters from, 141, 375, 413, 448.

—, letter to, 141.

Countess of Rutland, 448.

late Countess of Rutland, 369.

Mannorbier (Mannor Beere), co. Pem., suit for the lease of, 413.

Mannorynge. See Mainwaring.

Mansell, Sir Robert, 367, 476, 477, 479.

letter from, 303.

Mansfield, Mr., Councillor for the March of Wales, 567.

Mansfield Woodhouse, co. Notts., curate of, seditious speeches made by, 178.

Mantua, Duke of, captured by a Turkish galley, 172.

Manwaring. See Mainwaring.

Manwood, —, cousin of Lord Cobham, petition for, 522.

Maplet, Edward, letter from, 240.

Maplethorpe, 375.

Mar, Marr, Earl of. See Erskine.

Marbeck, Dr., 142.

Marbery, Edward, 440.

March, Ambrose, son of, petition for, 246.

Marche, William, of the Isle of Ely, letter from, 401.

Marchena, John de, nephew of, a prisoner in England, 570.

Marcoll, Richard, 441.

Margarita, 213.

Margate (Margett), 333, 335, 356.

letter dated at, 303.

the roads of, 293, 313.

Margett (Margitts), George, involved in a tavern brawl, 190.

letter from, 504.

Market-Rasen (Raison), co. Line., 586.

Markham, Sir Griffith (Griffin), 226.

letter from, 301.

letter to, 225.

Marmaduke, Mr., 587.

Marseilles, ships of, 377.

Marsh, Captain, a suspected follower of Essex, 173.

Marshall, K., 109.

Marshfield, 269.

Marten, Nathaniel, merchant, London, 8.

Marthom, 168.

Martin, Sir Richard, Alderman of London, 30, 508.

examination of, 68.

persuades the Earl of Essex to submit to the Queen's authority, 39.

William, 499.

Martock, co. Som., property of Sir R. Cecil in, 333.

parsonage of, 302, 390.

Martyrology, 166.

Masham, William, 88.

letters from, 165, 211.

Mason, Mr., 587.

Massinger, Arthur, 340, 360.

Massye, Gerard, 146.

Mathews (Mathewes) :

Captain, mentioned, 216.

Thomas, 122.

Maunder, Henry, information of, 98.

Maurice, Count. See Nassau.

Mawe :

Leonard, M.A., a candidate for the proctorship of Cambridge University, 339.

Mr., 351.

May, Capt. Joseph, letters from, 117, 122.

Maye, —, complaint against, 335.

Mayence, Archbishop of, death of, 164.

Mayerd, William, 153.

Maynard, H., letter from, 339.

Mayorke. See Majorca.

Meade, Jo., Mayor of Cork, letters from, 217, 330.

Mechanical mystery referred to, 412.

Mechlin (Malines), 380.

Medici :

Don Antonio de, 158.

Signor Giorgio di, 163.

Medley, Thomas, 44.

Meer, Henry, letter from, 396.

Meeres, John, letter from, 403.

Meggs, William, merchant, London, 7.

Melcombe (Melcome) Regis, co. Dorset letters dated at, 326, 329.

And see Weymouth.

Melven, 314.

Melwood, letter dated at, 446.

Mendes, Hector, 476.

Mercantile adventure—balanced statement of expenditure and receipts, 378.

Mercaston, co. Derby, 583.

Merchants adventurers, the, alleged plot to expel them from Stoad, 514.

messenger from, goes to the Emperor, 513.

Mercury crystallined or alcolisated,” 406.

Merionethshire, mustering in, particulars concerning, 460.

Merrie, Martin, Scot, examination of, 193.

Mersey, the river, 466.

Messina, 453.

letter dated at, 297.

Metauro, River, 172.

Meuse, the river, 249.

Mexia (Mislia), Don Augustino, Governor of Antwerp, Lieutenant General of the Archduke, 305, 409, 523.

Mey, William, letter from, 240.

Meyrick (Merrick, Meryck, &c.) :

Sir or Dr. Francis, brother of Sir Gelly, 81, 82, 96, 107–108, 121, 162, 413, 536.

—, a lease conveyed to, 113.

Sir Gelly (Guylliame, Gilliem, Gilbard), 44, 61, 74, 86, 93, 125, 126, 127, 215, 267, 552.

—, information concerning, 43, 106, 107.

—, letters from, 19, 20.

—, dream and speeches concerning, 133, 134, 135.

—, a man of, speeches made by, 134.

—, committed, 102.

—, answers of, 105, 122.

—, daughter of, the wife of Sir John Vaughan, 82, 108.

—, directions as to the disposal of his lands, &c., 113.

—, in connexion with the Earl of Essex's estate, 157, 547.

—, Lady Clifford pleads for an interview with, 92.

—, lands formerly belonging to, suit for the lease of, 413.

—, said to have been the instigator of two murders, 127.

—, servant of, 65.

— —, information given by, 106–108.

—, stones left by, 38, 171.

—, visit of Sir Robert Crosse to, 66.

—, wife of, 82.

John, brother of Sir Gelly, 105.

John, 347.

—, letters from, 386, 393.

Lady, 126.

Symond, 113.

the two knights, a journey of, through Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, reference to, 135.

Michelbourne (Mychellbourne, &c.), Sir or Capt. Edward, 44, 87, 214, 536.

letter from, 504.

Michell :

Fra., letter detailing services in Ireland, &c., 552.

Laurence, petition for a wardship, 483.

Stephen, examination of, 267.

Michellot, —, 314.

Michelson, Peter, a Dutchman, 479.

Middelburgh (Middleburgh, &c.), Zealand, 118, 337, 342, 349, 353, 358, 403, 407, 409, 452.

letters dated at, 221, 361.

Middle Earth Seas, or the Levant, 578.

Middlesex, lands in, dealings concerning, 359.

a commission in, adjourned, 80.

Middleton (Midleton, &c.) :

Hugh, a goldsmith, 512.

Mr., a man of, 478, 479.

R., a priest, letter from, 109.

—, execution of, 165.

—, attempted rescue of, 166, 167.

Thomas, letter from, 207.

Miever, Gre. of Trinity College, 458.

Might, —, connected with the victualling in Ireland, 384.

Milan, 159.

Governor of, 289.

news from, 163, 172.

office of — of the gates in, 172.

Milborne, —, 87.

Mildmay(e), Sir Anthony, English Ambassador in France, 170, 464.

letter from, 41.

a case brought before, at Rouen, referred to, 575.

Milford Haven, 98, 108, 125, 328, 554.

letters dated at, 471, 473.

a French vessel trading at, taken by a pirate, 117.

as a harbour of refuge, 471.

Millett, Henry, 429.

Milner, Robert, letters from, 302, 390.

Minckwitz, Baron of, the Emperor's commissioner, expected arrival at Lubeck, 514.

Minehead (Minyeat), co. Som., near Bridgwater, a man of war of, 304.

Mines Royal, the, letter to the Governors, &c., of, 268.

Minne (Mynne) :

Capt. Thomas, 465.

—, letter from, 328.

William, 110.

Minories, the. See London Places.

Minwere (Mynwere), co. Pem., house of John Barlow in, 92.

Mislia. See Mexia.

Missendine, —, 232.

Modena, Duke of, 158.

Moeurs (Moers), fall of, 322.

description of the taking of, 337.

late Countess of, 337.

Castle of, 265.

Molesworth, John, letter from, 230.

Moltedo, Jacomo, a Genoese, bankruptcy of, 172.

Molyneux (Mullineux, Mullinax, &c.) :

Mr., Controller of the Isle of Man, 105.

Mr., of Bevercotes, co. Notts., accused of harbouring Jesuits, &c., 437, 438.

Sir Richard, letter from, 160.

—, charge against, 166, 167.

Mollinex, —, connected with the victualling in Ireland, 384.

Monaghan, rent of, 384.

Monmouth, Earl of Pembroke steward of three castles in, 99.

Monopolies, a proposed inquiry into, 324, 325.

Montagu (Mountague) :

Captain, servant of, 65.

Sir Edward, 45.

—, proceedings in Parliament, 485.

E., Justice of Northamptonshire, letter from, 224.

H., proceedings in Parliament, 485.

Lady, 132.

Montaloo, D. Grazia, a young Florentine, 2.

Monteagle, Lord. See Parker, William.

Montefiascone, Bishop of, death of, and probable successor, 159.

Montjoy, Lord. See Blount.

Montfort (Mountfort) :

Dr., one of the chaplains at Essex's execution. 83.

Thomas, letter from, 233.

Montmelian, surrender of, 158, 163, 172, 173.

Moore (More) :

—, a priest with a club foot, 437.

Daniel, examination of, 367.

Etherick, description of, 171.

Sir G., proceedings in Parliament, 484.

James, master of the “Sunday,” examination of, &c., 119, 120.

John, son of, suitor for the wardship of, 498.

Mrs., 216, 278, 302.

one, a chalice sent by, 406.

Richard, 367, 379.

William, 173. And see More.

Mordaunt, Henry, Lord, letter from, 432.

More (Moore, &c.) :

Edward, and 13 other gentlemen pensioners recommend Mr. Asheby for a wardship, 507.

George, J.P., for Surrey, 170.

Alderman John, 159, 531.

—, letters from, 210, 242, 478. And see Moore.

Morecote, 233.

Mores, the, Capt. Lea assists, 98.

Morey, George, servant of the lord of Bawiris, 85.

Morgan :

—, in Ireland, 517.

Capt., wounded at Ostend, 291.

Sir Edmond, letter from, 296.

Edward, of St. George's, near Bristol, letter from, 553.

Rice, of Hereford, Elizabeth, daughter of, examination of, &c., 356, 357.

William, Bishop of Llandaff, afterwards Bishop of St. Asaph, 153, 232.

—, letter from, 397.

—, form of oath for, 312.

—, complaint against, 521.

William, J. P. for Surrey, 170.

Capt. William, 407, 455.

—, departure for the coast of Ireland, 418, 419 (3).

—, pinnace of, 447.

Morley, Lord. See Parker, Edward.

Moros, Don Christofero De, 568.

Morrison (Morisone), Sir Richard, 65, 536.

Morrogh, James, merchant of Cork, petition from, 587.

Morse, —, a farmer of Sir Thomas Kitson, wrongs committed against, 470.

Mortesse” used in bombardment of Ostend, 336.

Moscow, 387.

Mose, the, 461.

Moseley (Mosley) :

Anthony, merchant, London, 8.

Edward, son of Sir Nicholas Moseley, petition for wardships, 505.

Moubray. See Mowbray.

Mouch, John, 193.

Mount, the, in Cornwall, 419.

Mountacute, Lord. See Brown.

Mountaine, Mr., proctor, 187.

Mounteagle. See Parker, William.

Mountfenell, John, Baron,” letter from, 556.

Mountjoy. See Blount.

Mowbray (Mowbrey, Moubray) :

Philip, 378, 391.

—, Sir R. Cecil's dealings with, 137, 138.

Walter, letter from, 85.

Muchelney (Mochelney), Somerset, 390.

Mugwell St., letter dated at, 341.

Mull, Sir R., 109.

Mumpersons, Mr., 375.

Munck, Levinus, Secretary to Sir R. Cecil, 33, 393, 404, 549.

letter to, 33.

letters endorsed by, 290, 291, 354, 382.

notes by, 250, 584.

to take Cecil's place at a christening, 509.

Mundey, Robert, merchant of Penrhyn, 120.

Muner (?), Mr., in hiding, 45.

Munster, 94, 268, 359.

state of, 2.

scarcity of English tenants in, &c., 94, 95.

prices of cattle, corn, &c., in, 95.

a gentleman porter of, petition for a company for, 320.

two powerful rebels of, imprisoned in England, 381.

amount of composition in, 384.

Spanish landing in, 353, 355, 404, 405; and see Ireland.

forces in, victualling of, 518.

wars, a soldier maimed in, petition for, 572.

Lord President of. See Carew, Sir George.

Muriotta, 163.

Muscadels, imposition on, 579.

Muschampe, George, high sheriff of Northumberland, petition from, 585.

Muscovy. See Russia.

Musgrave :

Richard, 140.

—, letters from, 217, 246.

Thomas, 524.

—, sent as a messenger to King James, 398.

Mushe, one, a seminary priest, 309.

Mychelbourne. See Michelbourne.

Myddleton. See Middleton.

Myllett, John, a ward, 501.

Mylls, Arthur, former servant to Lord Oxford, petition from, 586.

Myners, —, of Waltham Abbey, 542.

Mynwere. See Minwere.



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