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'Index: F', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 17: 1605 (1938), pp. 675-677. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112262 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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Fachardo, Don Luis de, general of King of Spain's galleons, 188.

Faille, Charles della, secretary to the Archduke's embassy, letters from, 593, 594.

Falkland, letter dated at, 163.

Falmouth [Cornwall], the Castle liberties of, 217.

Fane:
-, Mr., 84.
-, Sir Thomas, Lieutenant of Dover Castle, letter to, 559.

Fanshaw:
-, Mr., Auditor, 100.
-, Sir Henry, 565, 568.

Farley (Hants.), 640.

Farmer, Mr., a Catholic, 599.

Farmer, Henry, an alleged coiner, 582.

Farnese, Cardinal, 67.

Farrar, William, letter from, 433.

Farre, Thomas, 600.

Faulx. See Fawkes.

Faunt, Mr., letter to, 540.

Faversham (Feverson, Kent), 214.

Fawkes (Faulx, Faux), Guy, alias Johnson, in the Tower, 502, 514.
-, -, -, examination of, 479, 569.
-, -, "the wretch," accusations of, 488.
-, -, his service in Spain and the Low Countries, 508–509.
-, -, interrogatories for, 527.
-, -, his accusation against Owen, 546.

Fearmour (Fermor), Sir George, 539.
-, -, examination of, 569.
-, Lady, 538.

Feckenham (Fecknam) Forest [Worcs.], assarts in, 240, 610.

Feild, Theophilus, 578.

Fells (Felles), William, 93.
-, -, letter from, 127.

Felowes, the, 56.

Fen lands, recovery of, objections to, 435, 452.

Fennell, —, 500.

Fenner, Captain, 472.

Fennick, —, an Englishman, 317.

Ferdinando, Prince, 136.

Feria, Duchess of, 208.

Fermor. See Fearmour.

Ferne, Sir John, letters from, 495, 503.

Ferrett, Mr., 522.

Ferrour, John, letter from, 230.

Fetiplace, Mr. Besills, 199.
-, Sir Edmond, 388.

Fienes:
-, Richard, 7th Lord Say and Sele, 266, 463.
-, -, letters from, 6, 142, 146, 290, 331, 451, 467, 471, 481, 532, 633.
-, -, letter to, 263.
-, family of, of Artois, 331.

Filleigh (Filley, Devon), 107.

Finch (Finche, Fynch):
-, Sir Moyle, 335.
-, Mr., a recusant, 626.
-, Thomas, letter from, 262.
-, Thomas, justice of Kent, 585.

Finchingbrooke. See Hinchinbrook.

Fines Castle, in Artois, 331.

Finet, John, letter from, 321.

Fisher, Sir Clement, 350.
-, -, letter from, 328.

Fitts, Mr., 501.

FitzGerald, Sir Ed., 602.
-, Captain Edward, letter from, 524.
-, Gerald, 14th Earl of Desmond, 542.
-, Gerald, 14th Earl of Kildare, 587.
-, -, letter from, 311.
-, James, 15th Earl of Desmond (the late Earl), 579.
-, James FitzThomas, of Desmond (the usurping Earl) in the Tower, 579, 600.

FitzJames, Mr., 600.

FitzWilliam, Henry, letter from, 458.
-, John, brother of Sir William, 240.
-, -, letter from, 224.
-, Sir William, 224.
-, -, letters from, 240, 332, 478.
-, -, letter to, 72.

Fivye (Fyvie). See Seton.

Flamsted, William, 524.

Flanders, 198, 236, 248, 254.
-, likelihood of war in, 21.
-, Flemings, at Plymouth, a cargo seized from, 44, 103–104.
-, -, and rumour of marriage of Prince of England and Infanta of Spain, 302.
-, -, pilfer French ships, 400.
-, -, merchants appeal to Lord Mayor, 594.
-, armies and fighting in, 67, 156, 197, 220, 307, 357.
-, a Spanish fleet bound for, via Calais or Dover, 164, 294–295.
-, attempt to call States Army out of, 279, 316.
-, attempt to persuade the United Provinces to allow Spanish soldiers into, 312–314, 330, 351, 365, 400.
-, -. See also under United Provinces.
-, sends deputies to Brussels, 342.
-, Lord Lisle's passing through, 390–394.
-, wood sold to, 427.
-, English in, malicious plots of, 497.
-, Spanish money for English catholics via, 512.
-, attempts to establish free commerce in. See under Netherlands.

Fleetwood, Lady, 378.

Fleming (Flemyng, Fleminge):
-, John, Lord Fleming, 488.
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 281, 583.
-, -, letters from, 32, 275, 539.
-, -, nominated as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 182.

Flemings. See under Flanders.

Flie, the, 202.

Flint (Flyntt), Humphrey, 215.
-, -, letter from, 127.
-, Mr., 311.

Florence, Duke of, 465, 504.

Floud, Fulk, 171.

Flushing (Vlissinge, Vlushinge), 138, 384, 411, 412, 417.
-, letters dated at, 196, 197, 330, 384(2), 391, 392, 394.
-, Grahams sent to, 289, 308, 309, 310.
-, garrison of, 302.
-, Governor of. See Sydney.
-, acting Governor of, See Browne.

Flyntt. See Flint.

Foils, names and persons to fight at, 594.

Folkestone (Kent), Dr. William Harvey at, 324.

Folliatt, Sir Henry, 645.

Fontaine (Fountayn), Mons. de la, 600.
-, -, letter from, 51.

Forcet, Mr., 502.

Ford (Fourde, Sussex), survey of, 160.

Forester, Sir Thomas, serjeant-at-law, 570.

Forrest (Forest), Edward, 524, 625.

Fortescue (Foscue, Foskue):
-, Edmond, 501.
-, Sir Francis, 523.
-, Sir John, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, q.v., 43, 84, 242, 583, 633.
-, -, letters from, 100, 107, 243, 288.
-, -, nominated as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 182.
-, John, of Filleigh, Devon, 107.
-, Mr., 175–176.
-, Nicholas, letter from, 524.

Foscue. See Fortescue.

Foster, Christopher, 577.
-, Mr., Serjeant, 210.
-, John, Bishop, alias Foster, 583.
-, Sir John, 365.
-, -, of Warwickshire, 258.

Fotheringhay [Northants.], 458.

Fouler (Fowler), Wm., secretary to Queen Anne of Denmark, letters from, 54, 176, 227.

Fourde. See Ford.

Fountayn, Mons. de. See Fontaine.

Fowey [Cornwall], 163.

Fowler. See Fouler.

Fownteney, Count, 331.

Fox, —, of Bristol, 169.

Foxe, Mr., 523.

Foxsonn [? Foxton, Leics.], 523.

France, the French:
-, attitude to United Provinces, 17–18.
-, accused of assisting the United Provinces, 173, 247.
-, and proffered protection to the Low Countries, 317.
-, and trade, confiscation of English merchants goods in, 26, 29–30.
-, -, suggested tax on merchants trading in England, 27.
-, -, edict against importation of English cloth, 180.
-, -, supplies corn to Spain, 187.
-, -, linen for Spanish ships, 188.
-, -, with Spain and Netherlands, 248, 284, 285, 342.
-, -, trade prohibition, causes against, 328.
-, -, trading companies for, 418, 453, 478, 619.
-, -, alleged desire to shake off foreign manufactures, 419.
-, and Spain, English attitude to, 28, 30.
-, attitude to English peace with Spain, 30, 192.
-, Scottishmen in, send news of sedition, 30.
-, protestant French, dismissed from Saluces, 53.
-, Protestant party in, 440.
-, expelled from Cambrai, 53.
-, and a cargo taken from the Flemings, 103–104.
-, and liberation of English galley slaves, 138.
-, and suspicions regarding the Pope's death, 174.
-, intolerable taxation in, 192.
-, fear of England's claim to ancient rights in, 192.
-, soldiers alleged to be quitting the service of the States, 280.
-, Lord North to visit, 243.
-, and rumour of marriage of Prince of England and Infanta of Spain, 302.
-, libellous books concerning Burghley's dealings with, 362, 411.
-, Frenchmen attempt to destroy houses in Luxembourg, 370.
-, alleged designs of, upon Valencia (Spain), 383.
-, in Bayonne, suspect English army preparing against them, 399.
-, news from, 404.
-, makes no distinction between interests of Spain and the Netherlands, 425.
-, and outrages in Languedoc, 439– 440.
-, frontiers of, Archduke's plan to place a garrison upon, 498.
-, suspects Spain and the Archdukes of complicity in Gunpowder Plot, 547, 563.
-, imprisonment of Spanish Ambassador's secretary in, 557.
-, causes, a proposed conference in, 627.
-, the Dauphin of, 564.
-, Queen of, 564.
-, King and Queen, style of addressing James I, 89.
-, King of. See also Henry IV.
-, Ambassador in England. See Harlay.
-, Ambassador in Brussels. See under Ambassadors.
-, deputy from, to States General. See Aersens.

Francfurt. See Frankfurt.

Franceza, Don Piedro, secretary of State in Spain, 512, 513.

Francis, Sir Edward, 517, 608.

Franciscan, a, 107.

Frankenthal, Burgrave of, letter to, 291.

Frankfurt (Francfurt), 576.

Frederick. See Palatine.

Frederick, Count. See Vandenberg.

Friesland (Freezland, Friselande), the war extended into, 67, 253, 267, 279, 280, 316, 369, 425, 438, 440.
-, Spanish hope of success in, 336.
-, ill success of States' army in, 395.
-, East, Count of. See Enno.

Fryer, Dr., 532, 602.

Fuentes, Count, 67, 383, 404.

Fulham, letters dated at, 373, 379.
-, timber taken from, 71.

Furça, Mons. de la, Viceroy of Byeen, 400.

Furness (Furnage, Lancs.), 634.

Fustian, a suit for, 596.

Fynishead, letter dated at, 276.

Fynch. See Finch.

Fytton, Sir Ed., 552, 602.

Fyvie (Fivye), Lord. See Seton.



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