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'Index: U-Z', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 653-660. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111902 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Udall, William, letters from, 225, 237, 247 326, 436.

family, distress of, 326.

wife of, 436.

Uffington, letters dated at, 375, 396, 448, 469, 488, 529.

Roger Manner's house at, Earl of Rutland to be lodged at, 413.

Ulnage, a question concerning the payment of duties for, 533.

Ulster rebels, purposes of, 25.

Umerbye, letter dated at, 520.

United Provinces, States General of, the Queen's relations with, 183.

their intentions with regard to Sluys and Dunkirk, 221.

their demand for aid from England, discussed, 252, 253.

letters of condolence to Sir F. Vere, mentioned, 346.

army of, dispersed and unable to assist Ostend, 346.

proposals from the Queen to, in connexion with the French King, 376, 377.

an ambassador from the French King sent to, 380.

leave Middleburgh, 407.

invited to become godfather to the son of the Elector Palatine, 409.

Unton :

Dorothy, Lady, letter from, 206.

Sir Henry, the late, former friendship with Sir R. Cecil, referred to, 206.

Upgrave, James, 314.

Urmston (Urmeston), Lancashire, belonging to Sir Robert Lovell, 505.

Ursino, Duke Virgineo. See Bracciano, Duke of.

Utenburck, Colonel, 255.

Utrecht, letter dated at, 54.

Uttrud, Lady, 95.

Uvedale, Sir Edmund, letters from, 19, 484.

V

Vadamont, M. de, 164.

Valladolid (Valle Delle), information heard at Spanish Court at, 422.

Valparaiso (Balperiza), the Spaniards at, 213.

Vassillewich, Evan. See Ivan IV.

Vaughan :

Capt., 153, 536.

John, 44, 87.

—, letters from, 160, 329.

—, brother of, 329.

Sir John, 82, 113.

—, and the Countess of Essex, 19.

—, suspected implication in the Essex Rebellion, 107, 108.

—, the place of, in Carmarthenshire, 126.

—, house of, treasure thought to have been removed to, 135.

Richard, Bishop of Chester, 109, 220, 234.

—, letters from, 123, 168.

—, charge against, alluded to, 167.

Roger, of Clyro (Cleero), Lieutenant of co. Radnor, suspected implication in the Essex Rebellion, 43, 107, 133, 134.

Roger, man of, speeches made by, 134.

William, of Walterston, 127.

Vaux (Vauxe) :

[Thomas] a prisoner in the house of the Bishop of Carlisle, villainy of, &c., 299, 309, 310, 317.

—, behaviour of, 303, 304, 317.

—, sent to London for examination, 317.

[Dorothy] his wife, confession of, 299, 300.

—, attends on her husband, &c., 304, 317.

—, letter to, 312.

(Vawse) Mrs., Mr. Muner (?) hidden in the house of, 45.

Vawer, William, Mayor of Bristol, letters from, 411, 428, 434, 470, 483, 517, 534.

Vayle :

John, mariner, of Dover, 21.

Thomas, the bark of, hired to carry a packet to Calais, 100.

Velutelli, Acerbo, 579.

Venetian (Venny) gold and silver, 587.

merchants, comparison between their privileges and those of the Levant Company, &c., 578, 580.

Venetians, the, goods wrongfully detained by, a letter concerning, 549.

Venice, 174, 190, 314, 352, 580.

letters dated at, 111 (2), 122, 136, 147, 163, 289.

a ship of, a Spanish prisoner escapes in, 162.

Ambassador Extraordinary from, to the Pope, assurances given to, 172, 173.

intelligence from, 163.

troops of, in Lombardy, 163.

duties laid on currants, &c., in, 579.

English merchants trading to, privileges, &c., 579, 580.

arsenal of, burnt, 289.

Duke of, 454, 549.

the Seignory of, 579.

Veniero, Signor Marco, Ambassador Extraordinary from Venice to the Pope, 172.

Venlo, 265.

Vennard, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, 24.

letter from, 538.

Vere :

Edward de, Earl of Oxford, brother-in-law of Sir R. Cecil, 195.

—, letters from, 27, 152, 411, 500, 510.

—, a book of, referred to, 411.

—, solicitation for the grant of an escheat, 510, 511.

—, a former servant of, 586.

—, Countess of, sister of Cecil, mentioned, 152.

—, unfair treatment of a servant, 586.

Sir Francis (“our General”), 163, 168, 239, 265, 273, 281, 286–288, 293, 305, 310, 315, 332, 333, 336, 347, 358, 360, 402, 407, 420, 540.

—, and Sir Calisthenes Brook, 154.

—, movements of, 220, 337, 342.

—, letter from, 252.

—, reported quarrel with the Earl of Northumberland, 276.

—, proceedings at Ostend, 279, 284, 291, 293, 308, 451, 452, 522, 523, 535.

—, brother of, 288.

—, wounded, 322, 336, 338, 342, 346, 349, 353.

—, conference with Count Maurice, 360.

—, recovery of, 381.

—, a plot to kill, 458.

Sir Horatio or Horace (“the Colonel”), 334.

—, a lieutenant to, wounded, 288.

—, a plot to kill, 458.

Susanna, Lady, letter from, 581.

Verdigris,” 406.

Verney :

—, relations with his wife, &c., 463.

Mary, Lady, letter from, 463.

Richard, letter from, 233.

Vernon :

Henry, petition from, 585.

John, brother of Sir Robert, 87, 103, 214.

—, petition from, 585.

Sir Robert, 44, 86, 103, 214.

—, letters from, 153, 567.

—, brothers and sisters of, dependence on, 153.

—, petition from, 587.

Vernons, one of the, wife of George Barlow, cousin german to Essex and sister of the Countess of Southamption, 92.

Versilin, Francis and Jacob, glass-makers, petition from, 587.

Vibert, Launcelot, of Winchester, mercer, examination of, 63, 64.

arms bought from, 101.

Vice-Admiral, the, 558.

Vice-Chamberlain. See Stanhope, Sir John.

Vienna, intelligence from, 163.

Villeroy, M. de, 163.

Vincent, —, 532.

Vine, the, 382.

Visconti, Cardinal, 172.

Vitriol salniter,” 406.

Vivian, Mr., 168.

Voghera, Marquisate of, in the State of Milan, sold, 172.

Vorse, Italian carpenters splitting wood at, 380.

Vyvyan, Mr., patent of, 332.

W

Waad (Wade, Wayde), William, Clerk of the Privy Council, 37, 224, 257, 311, 373, 536, 566, 571.

letters from, 66, 404.

letter to, 99.

Wachtendonke (Watchtendonk), 282.

fortifying of, 337.

Wadame, Mr., feared captured by Spaniards while at sea, 196.

Wadnoll, Mr., recommended for employment, 294.

Wadsworth, Henry, 178.

Waes (Was), land of, 265.

Waight, one, killed while defending Ludgate against the Earl of Essex, 60.

Waistcoat that should bear out a thrust, the making of, and price, 30.

Walcott, Mr., Sheriff of Brecknockshire, 133.

Waldrin, one, a constable, arrests the two brothers Kinnersley, 54.

Waldte (Walt), Hany, principal secretary of the Emperor, reception in Germany, 238.

reason of his journey to Germany, 238, 263.

Wale, Walter, Papist, confession of, 149.

Wales, rhyme or libel spread in, reference to, 20.

a proposal of Lord Essex to land in, alluded to, 72.

prevailing quietness in, 82.

knowledge of the Earl of Essex's rebellion in, 107.

phantastical writings, 132, 133.

Papists and recusants in, &c., 160, 460, 498, 499.

soldiers levied in, their character, 473.

defects in the mustering of men in, 474.

Lord Lieutenant of, a post vacant at the death of, a candidate for, 100.

Marches of, annual value of the fines, 225.

—, backsliding in religion, 460.

—, musters in, punishment for nonappearance at, 499.

Council of the Marches of, 162.

—, Justices, &c., of, 18, 567.

—, Lord President of. See Herbert, Earl of Pembroke.

—, presidency of, a candidate for, 27, 152.

—, Mr. Broughton, of, 106.

—, offences under its jurisdiction, 225.

—, suggested members of, 225.

—, instructions for, referred to, 271.

—, letter to, 320.

Walker :

Thomas, Mayor of Exeter, and others, letter from, 499.

Thomas, narrative of, 539.

Walkett, Richard, servant of Richard Edwards, examination of, 67.

Walkwood, Anthony, letter from, 240.

Wallachian Prince, the, 163.

Wallasey, Lake, 109.

Wallis :

Robert, Mayor of Cambridge, 186, 187, 192, 289, 316.

his offence against Cambridge University, 454, 455.

Walloons, before Rhyn Berke, 248, 281.

arrive at Ostend, 346.

Wallop, Sir Henry, letters from, 298, 432, 492.

imprests on his accounts, 384.

father of, loss sustained by, 298.

Walsh libel, the, referred to, 28.

Walsh, Walter, 214.

Walsingham House, 35, 39, 51.

Walsingham :

Sir Francis (Mr. Secretary), alluded to, 144, 345, 556.

—, discovered the Queen of Scots' practices, 49.

—, death of, referred to, 315, 371.

Ursula, Lady, a petition from, concerning her grandson, 131, 132.

—, indisposition of the daughter of, 132.

Walterston, co. Pem., 126.

Walterstone (Walterston), Herefordshire, 124.

Waltham (Walltham), co. Hants (?), letters dated at, 63, 386.

Waltham Cross, 562.

Waltham Forest, under stewardship of 307, 308.

Walton (Waltham) upon Thames, vagrants at a fair at, 170.

Wannesford, Christopher, a lunatic, wardship of, 507.

Wanstead (Wansteede), co. Essex, letter dated at, 298.

Warburton (Warberton, Warbreton) :

Justice, puisne judge of the Common Pleas, 153.

—, complaint against, 423, 424, 563.

Thomas, connected with the Essex Rebellion, 39, 86, 96.

Ward, W., 406.

Warder, Thomas [“John” written above], factor, 576.

Wardlaw, John, 351.

Wardships and the Court of Wards and Liveries, 122, 193, 199, 201, 215, 218 (2), 227, 229, 230 (3), 239, 241, 242 (2), 245, 247, 252, 259, 269, 297, 333, 359 (2), 370, 375, 379, 389, 391, 395, 402, 406, 407, 409, 410, 413 (3), 421, 422, 425, 430, 436, 438, 440, 441, 446, 455, 462, 463, 477, 483, 486, 493, 497, 498, 499, 500, 503, 505, 506, 507 (2), 509, 520, 530, 538, 575.

Court of, Attorney of. See Hesketh.

—, Master of. See Cecil, Sir Robert.

Ware, co. Herts, 113.

letter dated at, 218.

an assault committed at, 218.

parsonage of, 74.

Ware, James, letter from, 260.

Warham and Ayleston, Canon of. See Greenwich.

Warkouse, John, Churchwarden of Westminster, letter from, 242.

Warner :

one, of London, 574.

Capt., 102.

Anthonie, 199.

Warwick, house belonging to the Queen at, used as the common gaol, an offer to purchase, 433.

Warwick :

—, “my sister of,” 401.

Countess of, Lady of the town and lordship of Ruthin, 5, 191, 576.

—, charges brought against, 562.

Wasse, Christopher, 178.

Wasshebourne, John, sheriff of Worcestershire, letters from, 47, 62.

Waston, co. York, 437.

Waterford, 120, 144, 297, 411, 471.

men appointed for the protection of, 353.

arrangements for shipping men and horses to, 438, 487 (2), 490.

river of, 555.

agent for. See Wise.

county of, list of Undertakers in, 95.

Watkins (Watkyns) :

George, servant to Trinity College, 187, 188.

Wm., of Longtown, Hereford, 125.

Watson (Watsonn) :

Mr., 199, 229, 350, 537, 541.

Thomas, 117.

—, letters from, 340, 390.

Watts, Alderman, a ship of, 304, 323.

Webb, Thomas, of Didley, wardship of, 245.

Webster, Dr. Richard, letters from, 7.

Weerd (Weerde, Wert), 459.

mutineers of, 338.

reported agreement made with the mutineers, 452.

a false report, 461.

Welby, Henry, husband of daughter of, 27.

Welche :

Mr., 181.

Alexander, of London, fruiterer, 574.

Weld, Alderman, a writing sent to the Lord Mayor by, 104.

Wells (Welles), co. Som., 517.

Church of, a grant of a lease from, 422.

Wells, the, in Cheshire, 110.

Wells :

John, 117.

John, goldsmith, 186.

Welsh cottons and friezes, 583.

Welshmen, connected with Essex's rebellion, 42, 43, 107, 108.

Wemys (Wemes), Lord of, interview with the Bishop of Carlisle concerning restitution of Scotch goods, &c., 97.

Wentford, Lady, her connexion with a cause to be heard in Chancery, 518.

Wentwort, Mr., 439.

Wentworth :

Thomas, 442.

William, 443.

—, letter to, 537.

Wert. See Weerd.

Wesell, an engagement at, 282.

West, William, Lord De la Warr, trial in Parliament alluded to, 469.

West, Sir Thomas, 44, 87, 103, 214.

West Chester. See Chester.

West Indies, 286.

Spanish trade to, 129.

a fleet for the, 213.

Westbeach, 108.

Westclothes,” 408.

Westfaling, Henry, Bishop of Hereford, letter from, 18.

Westminster, 57, 381, 430, 444.

letters dated at, 5, 21, 24, 25, 151, 165, 197, 243, 348, 402.

stones left by Sir Gelly Meyrick at, 171.

an estimate for improving the street of, 321.

[Abbey] Church of, visitation of its lands, &c., 355.

—, the monuments at, Marshal de Biron and suite taken to see, 382.

Churchwardens of, 242.

College, letters dated at, 233, 355.

Dean of. See Andrews. See Goodman.

Dean and Prebendaries of, letter from, 233.

Deanery of, vacation of, 241.

prebendary of, 20.

the Gatehouse in. See London, &c., Places.

Hall, 562.

School, schoolmaster of, brother of, elected as parish clerk of Westminster, 243. See also London and Westminster Places, &c.

Westmoreland, Surveyor of H.M.'s lands in, 57.

recusants in, 165.

sheriff of, 165.

Weston, Sir Simon, 88.

petition from, 136.

Westphalian Kreise (Westfellshe Kryetts), 264.

Westwray, John, merchant, London, 7.

Wever, —, 113.

Weymes, Mr., an apothecary, a box containing poison, sent for analysis to, 404.

Weymouth, 326.

letters dated at, 326, 329.

men-of-war of, 196, 229.

bailiff of. See Barffoot.

Mayor of. See Allein.

Whaley (Whalley), Leonard, 186, 187.

Wharton :

Humphrey, 515.

Michael, a ward, 247.

Wheeler, John, 44.

Whitaker, Dr., Master of St. John's, Cambridge, 576.

Whitbourne, co. Hereford, letter dated at, 19.

Whitby Strand, co. York, dispute about the mustering in, 40.

White (Whyte) :

Adam, of Winchelsea, petition from, 586.

Anne, letters from, 27, 440.

—, daughter of, 247, 440.

Captain, 87.

Edward, 64.

Mr., 119.

Rowland, 13.

—, letter from, 100.

Welby, 440.

Whitelocke (Whytlocke), Captain Edmund, 41, 44, 86, 104.

letter to, 40.

Whitney :

—, a barber, wife of, 124.

Mr., 569.

Whitgift John, Archbishop of Canterbury, 195, 251, 425, 565.

letters from, 6, 8, 20, 146, 220, 232, 361, 494.

letters to, 5, 353.

house of, mentioned, 48.

Whittingham (Whyttyngham) :

—, a prisoner in Lancaster gaol, escape of, 123.

Mr., suit of, concerning a wardship, 379.

Whore, Edmund, questions to be put to, 124, 125, 126.

Mary, daughter of, 125.

Whynearde, Robert, petition for a supersedeas of a wardship, 503

Whyttmond. See Wittmund.

Wibary, Percival, letter from, 233.

Wiborne, Mrs., of Buckinghamshire, connected with the Jesuits, 364.

Wickham, Corporation of, the question of the election of a burgess for, 400.

Wickliff, Mr., 186.

Widcombe, 284.

Widdrington, —, 564.

Wight, Isle of, 453.

Wigmore :

Capt. Richard, 279, 284, 337.

—, letters from, 271, 302, 308, 316, 333, 342, 348, 358, 451, 461.

—, movements of, 271.

—, difficulty of landing men, arms, &c., at Ostend, 316, 333, 334, 335.

Capt. (not Capt. Richard), 302.

Wignall, Peter, 65.

Wilbraham (Wilbrom, Wilbrum, Wylbraham) :

Ralph, letters from, 128, 389.

Roger, Solicitor of Ireland, Master of the Requests, 37, 199, 231.

—, a report of, referred to, in connexion with a legal dispute in which Henry Lok was concerned, &c., 369, 370, 383.

—, letters from, 419, 569.

Wildbore, Mr., 186.

Wilde, George, 225.

Wilkenson, one, 86.

Wilkinson, Dr. William, letter from, 437.

Willesford, Lincoln, manor of, petition concerning a licence for, 425.

Willford, Capt., a sally led by, 451.

Williams (Wylliames, &c.) :

—, of the Guard, 214.

Dr., recommended for the Bishopric of Llandaff, 251.

James, of Hereford, Mary, daughter of, examination of, &c., 356, 357.

Philip, 87.

R., letter from, 582.

Serjeant, Councillor for the March of Wales, 133, 567.

—, lessee of lands belonging to one of H.M.'s ward, case brought into the Court of Wards by, &c., 575.

Thomas, of the Goytree, 127.

—, Elizabeth, wife of, 127.

Williamson :

Mr., 439

Richard, a ward, 486.

Willims (Wyllims), one, a guard, offence committed by, 478.

Willis (Willes, Wyllis) :

George, a complaint against, 458.

Serjeant, 225.

Simon, Secretary to Sir R. Cecil, 382, 549, 585.

—, letters to, 33, 457, 463.

Timothy, letters from, 39, 369.

Willoughby (Willughby, Wyllughby) :

Mr., 232.

Lord, of Eresby. See Bertie.

Charles, Lord (of Parham), letters from, 215, 340, 406.

—, death of the eldest son of, 215.

Wilsford (Wylsford), Sir Thomas, 59, 522.

letter from, 82.

son of, desires to serve in Ireland, 82.

Wilson (Willson, Willsonne) :

Mr., 147.

Mr., J.P. of Yorkshire, 583.

Marmaduke, complaint against, 233.

Mary, 66.

Thomas, letter to, 174.

Wilton, letters dated at, 4, 9, 13, 14, 361.

Wilton (Wylton) :

Captain, 103.

Edmund, letter from, 355.

Wiltshire, Archdeacon of. See Lillie.

Wimbledon (Wymbleton, Wymmelton), Surrey, 543.

letter dated at, 149, 175.

the Queen to dine at, 174.

Wimshurste, Michael, petition for, 299.

Winchelsea (Winchilsea), Sussex, 586.

Winchester, Marquis and Marchioness of. See Paulet.

Winchester, co. Hants, 65.

purchases of muskets, powder and bullets in, 62, 63, 100, 101.

Mayor and Justices of, examinations taken before, 64 (2)

Bishop of. See Bilson.

Windebank (Windebanke) :

Captain, 76.

Thomas, 483, 549.

— letter from, 411.

— letter to, 237.

Windsor, co. Berks, 325, 359, 367, 402.

letter dated at, 329.

an advowson of a prebend at, desired, 169.

Lord Burghley's instalment at, mentioned, 175.

the house at, Sir H. Neville, keeper of, 274.

Castle, letter dated at, 55, 345.

H.M.'s Chapel of, letter dated at, 130.

Dean of. See Bennett.

Windsor, Henry, Lord, and the nomination of a burgess for the Corporation of Wickham, 400.

Wingfield, Winkfield :

Sir Edward, letter from, 569.

Jaques, Master of the Ordnance in Ireland, debt of, 384.

(Wyndfeeld), Sir Richard, and the Castle of Rebane, 251.

William, 44, 87.

Sir William, 134

Winne. See Wynn.

Winslowe, co. Bucks, letter dated at, 230.

Winston (Wynston), Sir Henry, letter from, 320.

his disgrace in the Star Chamber, Sir R. Cecil's favour entreated for, 486.

Henry, son of, petition from, 587.

Winter (Wynter, Wintar) :

Sir Edward, Councillor for the March of Wales, 567.

Nicholas, 110.

Sir William, 144.

Winwood (Wynwood), [Ralph], 375.

letters from, brought to Sir H. Neville, 73.

man of, admitted to Sir Henry Nevill, 110.

letters of, examined, 110.

Wirral, co. Cheshire, 24, 488.

Wisbech, co. Cambridge, 231.

Wise, Nicholas, agent for Waterford, letter from, 297.

Wiseman :

Mr., proceedings in Parliament, 484.

Edmund, letter from, 38.

Edward, 86, 214.

Witham (Withame), certain gentlemen and justices in, complaint against, 204.

Wittmund, Essens, 238, 263.

Woad, proclamation concerning, referred to, 164.

Wogan (Ogan), Sir John, J.P. of co. Pembroke, 93, 540.

letters from, 74, 161, 164.

Waltonn (Walton ?), 508.

Wolverhampton, co. Staff., 387.

Wolverton (Wolveton), co. Hants ? letter dated at, 467.

Woman with child that longs for cherries,” 174.

Wood (Woode) :

Mr., 186.

Captain John, letter from, 518.

Dean, 87.

Woodcocke, Randolph, Proctor of Cambridge University, charge made by, 289.

letter from, 455.

Wooddalle, Richard, letters received from, for the staying of soldiery, 319.

Woodhall, Herts, letter dated at, 5.

Woodhead, letter dated at, 27.

Woodhouse :

Capt., wounded at Ostend, 291.

Sir Henry, letter from, 110.

—, wife and family of, their poverty, 110.

Sir William, 117.

Woodrington, letter dated at, 85.

Woodstock Lodge, letters dated at, 10, 52, 58, 111.

Wool, duty laid on, in Venice, 579.

Woollen cloths, export of, 326.

Worcester, city of, 98.

co. of, sheriff of. See Wasshebourne.

Bishop of. See Babington.

Earl of. See Somerset.

Wotton, Sir Edward (“Signor Cavaliere”), 13.

letters from, 12, 58, 66.

son of, mentioned, 12.

examinations taken before, 67.

Wren, Charles, claims a wardship, 507.

Wrexham, co. Denbigh, 96.

Wright :

—, in Bear Binder Lane, apprehension of his apprentice, Alexander, 50.

Christopher, 44, 86, 214.

Edward, skilful in the celestial and terrestrial globes, &c., 4.

Henry, letter from, 159.

John, 44, 86, 214.

John, of Kelvedon, Essex, warrant to, 516.

Richard, secretary to a company, 393.

Richard, of Trinity College, letter signed by, 458.

Richard, of Leicestershire, wardship of the heir of, 501.

William, 186.

Wriothesley :

Henry, Earl of Southampton, 44, 65, 103, 214, 552.

—, letters from, 35, 72 (2).

—, his place at “Ichine,” 20.

—, quarrel with Lord Grey of Wilton, 24, 78

—, and the Essex Rebellion, 47, 48, 69, 72, 94, 102.

—, letters from, confiscated, 62.

—, followers of, suspected, 63.

—, confession of, mentioned, 72, 138.

—, sickness of, in the Tower, 349.

—, keeper to, petition from, 205.

Elizabeth, Countess of Southampton, letter to, 35.

—, appeals to Sir R. Cecil on behalf of her husband, 70, 71.

—, sister of, 92, 108.

Mary, Countess Dowager of Southampton, letter from, 71.

—, appeals to Sir R. Cecil on behalf of her son, 71, 72.

Writinghton, —, to be examined before the Lord Chief Justice, 53.

Wrothe (Wroathe), Sir Robert, letters from, 149, 242.

proceedings in Parliament, 484.

Wylbraham. See Wilbraham.

Wylche, Margaret, 66.

Wylliams. See Williams.

Wyllis. See Willis.

Wylsford. See Wilsford.

Wylton. See Wilton.

Wymbleton (Wymmelton). See Wimbledon.

Wyndfeeld, Sir Richard. See Wingfield.

Wynn (Winne, &c.), Captain Peter, 42, 88, 104, 556.

evidence against, 96.

Wynson, William, letters from, 454, 461, 462, 468, 487, 490.

letter signed by, 491.

Wynter (Wyntar). See Winter.

Wynwood. See Winwood.

Wysam, Mr., 113.

Wywoade of the Wild, a Pole, 264.

Y

Yarmouth (Yermouth), 254, 550.

letter dated at, 319.

herring at, motion to be brought into the Star Chamber against the transportation of, 297.

soldiers for Ostend embarked from, 328.

soldiery at, the needs of, 465.

customer of. See Smith.

Yates, one, a charge brought against Sir H. Winston by, 320.

Yaxley :

Captain ordered to serve under Lord Scroope, 254.

John, Mayor of Cambridge, 187, 192.

Yelverton (Yealverton) :

Serjeant Christopher, 37, 70.

—, letters from, 24, 183, 215.

—, examination of priests before 166.

William, nephew of Serjeant Yelverton, petition for employment for, to, 215.

Yeovil, co. Somerset, lands at, 390.

Yonge, Thomas, deputy mayor of Limerick, letter from, 144.

York, letters dated at, 233, 236, 296, 400, 403, 443, 476

assizes, a libel cast about at, 379.

an alderman of, son of, 208.

President of the Council at. See Cecil, Lord Burghley.

Castle, Scottish prisoners in, 295, 379.

Co. of, County Clerkship of, 56.

—, —, patentees of, 17.

—, popery in, 40.

—, the North Riding of, a feodary in, complaints against, alluded to, 233.

—, improvement noted in the attendance at church, 236.

—, Clerk of the County Courts in, appointments of, 537.

—, Commissioner of Peace in the North and East Ridings, 546.

Archbishop of. See Hutton.

York House. See London Places.

Yorke (Yorcke), Capt., 556.

company of, 339.

Youghal, harbour of, 420.

Yowart, William, letter to, 246.

Z

Zachary, George servant of John Cooke, 104.

Zagaroli, Signor Martio Colonna, Duke of, 158.

Zante, 408.

Zealand (Zeeland), 337, 338, 342, 346, 360.

subjects of, in England, loans to be raised from, 12.

ships of, prohibition against, 163.

number of companies in, 220, 221.

position of the Queen's officers in, discussed, 256.

reinforcements from, for Ostend, 265, 523.

provisions for the town of Ostend from, mischance at the landing of, 284.

Admiral of. See Nassau.

Admiralty of, 334.

Council of State in, President of, 256.

Estates of, 360.

—, man recommended for relief by, 509.

Treasurer of. See Falx.

Zeuden, Caspar Van, merchant of Lubeck, appointed to transport negroes and blackamoors, 569.

Zolne, Count of, visit of, to Calais, 367.

Zouche, Edward la, Lord Zouche, 229.

letter to, 213.

Zubiaur or Sebuar (Sebure), Pedro, commander of a Spanish fleet for Ireland, loss suffered by, in an engagement with the English off Ireland, 526.

called Seriago, 213.



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