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'Index: B', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 21: 1609-1612 (1970), pp. 383-394. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112485 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Baber (Babor), Sir Francis, of Chew Magna, co. Somerset
-, his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187

Babington, Brute, Rector of Thurcaston, co. Leicester
-, King refuses to sign letter nominating him Bishop of Derry, 219
-, licensed to transport stock to Ireland free of Customs duties, 296

Babylon
-, 325

Baccu. See Baku

Bacharach (Bacherac) [North Rhine, Germany]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 246

Bacherac. See Bacharach

Bacon, Sir Francis, SolicitorGeneral
-, legal adviser to Richard Sackville, 11
-, nominated Commissioner for suits, 22
-, 49, 315, 316, 327, 330(2), 331, 349
-, his speech in House of Commons presented to King, 227
-, commended for his inditement of bill for King's safety, 227
-, mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 374

Bacon, James
-, 57

Bacon, Sir Nathaniel, of Stiffkey, co. Norfolk
-, 318

Bagnall, Sir Nicholas, Marshal of Queen Elizabeth's forces in Ireland
-, mentioned, 306

Bagshot (Bagsoutt), co. Surrey
-, King at, 137
-, letter dated from, 137

Bagsoutt. See Bagshot

Baigneux [Côte d'Or, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne passes through, 112

Bainbridge (Bambridge, Bambrigge, Bambrygg), Cuthbert, Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge
-, 95, 142, 143
-, King opposes his nomination as Master, 138, 139
-, King orders his examination, 143
-, committed to beadle's custody, 144
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 147
-, proceeds to London, 152

Baker alias Tomkins, John, a London gunmaker
-, questioned about his sale of pocket dags, 221(4)

Baker, Matthew, Master ship-wright to the King
-, 307

Baker, Richard, a warrener
-, granted lease at Buckworth, 89

Baku (Baccu) [Caucasia, Russia]
-, 325

Balam, Anne, a lunatic
-, committed to her brother's charge, 43
-, her death, 43

Baldwin, William, English Jesuit and conspirator
-, his long stay in Flanders determined by Spain, 68
-, 236

Balfour. See Balfour, David

Balfour, David, Captain, in the service of the United Provinces
-, 217

Balfour, Sir Henry
-, his pension, 308

Balfour, Michael, 1st Lord Balfour of Burleigh
-, closely associated with plantation in Ireland, 255
-, his pension, 308

Ballerue Frontignan. See Frontignan

Balleshannon. See Balyshannon

Balmerinoc. See Elphinstone, James

Baltemore. See Baltimore

Baltimore (Baltemore), co. Cork, Ireland
-, 40

Balyshannon (Baleshannon), co. Donegal, Ireland
-, Sir Henry Foliott granted castle and lands of, 328

Bambridge. See Bainbridge, Cuthbert

Bambrigge, Mr. See Bainbridge, Cuthbert

Bambrygg, Dr. Cuthbert. See Bainbridge, Cuthbert

Bancroft, Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 61, 63, 131, 148
-, 23, 80, 143, 159(2), 197, 219, 274, 286,
-, to confer with Earl of Salisbury about election of Master of Christ's College, 139
-, to take steps to re-arrest Jacob, 147

Bangor, Diocese of
-, 294

Bankes, Henry, Rector of Settrington, co. Yorks.
-, petition to Wilson, 34

Banks, George, Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge
-, signs letter of thanks to Earl of Salisbury, 15

Bann, River, Ireland
-, 181(2)
-, custom of, 181

Bantry (Bantery), co. Cork, Ireland the Abbey of, 278

Bar, Henri de Lorraine, Due de
-, reference to his marriage with Catherine de Bourbon, sister of Henry IV of France, 345

Bardwell, Dorothy
-, alleged to be recusant, 297

Bardwell, Frances
-, alleged to be recusant, 297

Barker, Sir Anthony, of Holme Park, Sonning, co. Berks.
-, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 173

Barkham, Edward, draper and Alderman of London
-, grant to, 336

Barkhampstead. See Berkhampstead

Barking, co. Essex
-, orders for arrest of Parry issued to constable of, 100

Barklay, Ann [?of Daventry, co. Northants.]
-, her pension, 308

Barlow, Ralph, prebendary of Winchester Cathedral
-, 155

Barlow, William, Bishop of Lincoln
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 134, 196

Barnard, Adam, Bishop of Limerick
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 91

Barnard Castle (Bernard Castle), co. Durham
-, Lordship of, 60
-, apportioned to Duke of York, 66
-, 73, 119, 132

Barnes, Mr. See Barnes, John

Barnes, John, Clerk of the Chancery at Durham
-, witnesses lease by Bishop of Durham, 73
-, 132, 140

Barnes, Robert, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
-, signs letter to Earl of Salisbury, 260

Barnet, co. Herts.
-, letters endorsed by post at, 61, 232
-, pursuit of Jesuits by constables from, 63

Barney, Henry, of Reedham, co. Norfolk
-, alleged to be recusant, 232

Barnham, Thomas [? of Odiham, co. Hants.]
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 171

Barnstaple (Barnestable), co. Devon
-, pirates at Lundy threaten passengers to and from, 209
-, pirates seize ship from, 209

Barnwood Forest. See Bernwood Forest

Baron, Andrew, controller at the port of Boston
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 231

Barram, Thomas, of London
-, alleged to be recusant, 296

Barrow, Dr. See Barrow, Philip

Barrow or Barrough, Philip, physician and medical writer
-, Earl of Shrewsbury under care of, 43

Bar-sur-Seine [Aube, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 112
-, Viscount Cranborne dines at, 238

Bartlet, Mr.
-, 66

Bartlett, Sir Thomas [? of Sonbury, co. Gloucester]
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 171, 173, 228

Barton, William, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 198

Barwick. See Berwick

Basill (Basyll), William, Surveyor of the King's Works
-, 20

Basing (Bazinge), co. Hants.
-, Earl of Salisbury expected at, 99, 116
-, letter dated from, 120

Basingstoke, co. Hants.
-, letter endorsed by post at, 152

Baskerville, Sir Thomas, of Stanton, co. Wilts.
-, his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187

Bassano (Bassan) [Italy]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 244

Basset, Sir Robert, of Heanton Punchardon, co. Cornwall
-, fugitive from England, 203

Bassingbourne (Bassingborne), co. Cambridge
-, 90

Bassompierre, Francois de, later Marshal of France
-, letter to Viscount Cranborne, 223

Basyll, Mr. See Basill, William

Bath, co. Somerset
-, 330
-, letter dated from, 363

Bath, Earl of. See Bourchier, William

Bath and Wells, Bishop of. See Montagu, James

Batten, Richard, Ranger of the Forest of Wychwood
-, payment to, 331

Battersea (Bettersaye), co. Surrey
-, 28

Bavaria [Germany]
-, Würtemberg regarded in Venice as counterweight to, 76

Bavaria, Maximilian, Duke of
-, reference to his seizure of Donauwörth, 245

Bavaria (Bavieres), William IV, former Duke of, and father of Maximilian, Duke of Bavaria
-, 117

Bavieres, Duke of. See Bavaria

Bayley, Wiliam, an Undertaker in Ulster
-, permitted to transport cattle into Ireland without paying Customs duties, 271

Baynham (Bayneham), Thomas, of Marcle, co. Hereford
-, alleged to be recusant, 228

Bayona (Bayon) [Galicia, Spain]
-, 226

Bayonne [Basses-Pyrénées, France]
-, letter dated from, 10

Bazinge. See Basing

Beach. See Beche

Beachampton (Beechampton), co. Bucks.
-, 90

Beauchesne, John, teacher of writing to Duke of York
-, King's gift of money to, 362

Beaulieu (Beauly), co. Hunts.
-, letters dated from, 114(2), 115
-, 116, 249

Beauly. See Beaulieu

Beaune [Côte d'Or, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 112
-, Viscount Cranborne dines at, 238

Beaver. See Carrigaline

Becanus, Martinus, Dutch Jesuit and polemicist
-, questions validity of Oath of Allegiance in his Questiones Miscellanae, 76

Beche (Beach), co. Berks.
-, 228

Bedford, Earl of. See Russell, Edward

Bedfordshire
-, 328

Bedingfield, Thomas, Master of the Tents, Hales and Pavilions
-, 329
-, reversion of his office granted to Seckford and Jones, 357

Beechampton. See Beachampton

Beecher, Mr. See Beecher, William

Beecher, William, secretary to the English Ambassador in Paris
-, accompanies Viscount Cranborne into Normandy, 215
-, 220

Beer
-, Merchant Adventurers at Middelburg prefer English, 43
-, shipped abroad, 361

Beeston, Sir George, deceased, son of Sir Hugh Beeston
-, reference to his outlawry, 331

Beeston, Sir Hugh, of Beeston, Cheshire
-, 331
-, mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 374

Beeston, Ralph, of Beeston, co. Yorks.
-, granted recusant's lands, 228

Belamy, —
-, 202

Bell, Robert, a London merchant
-, acts on behalf of merchants trading with France in matter of cloth dues, 55, 56
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 277
-, requests to be exempted from loan to King, 277

Bell, —
-, reference to his patent for copper, 200

Bellasis (Belasses), James, brother of Sir William Bellasis, of Old Byland, co. Yorks.
-, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 174

Bellegarde, Roger de St. Lary, Duc de, Grand Ecuyer de France, Governor of Burgundy, known as Monsieur Le Grand
-, 238

Bellingham (Bellyngham), Edward, of New Timber, co. Surrey
-, his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187

Bellingham, John [? of Finchampstead, co. Berks.]
-, 164

Bell Metal
-, furnaces for manufacture of, 292

Bellott, Thomas, formerly in the service of Lord Burghley
-, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 324
-, mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 375

Bellowhey or Billawhey. See Bilhagh

Belson, Augustine, of Aston Rowant, co. Oxford
-, alleged to be recusant, 250

Belvoir, co. Leicester, seat of the Duke of Rutland
-, letters dated from, 63, 171

Bembe. See Bembo

Bembo (Bembe), Piero, Cardinal, Italian writer (1470–1547)
-, Viscount Cranborne refers to his grave in St. Anthony's Church in Padua, 243

Bendish, Margery, widow of John Bendish, of Steeple Bumstead, co. Essex
-, alleged to be recusant, 296

Benedictines, English
-, their quarrel with English Jesuits, 45

Benfeild. See Binfield

Bennet, Sir John, Commissary of the Archbishop of York's Exchequer
-, 34, 150
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 228

Bennet, William, collector at the port of Boston
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 231

Bennet, —
-, guilty of manslaughter at Stepney, 205

Bentivoglio, Monsignore Guido, Nuncio in Brussels
-, persuades Archduke not to accept King's book, 80
-, engaged in discussion on question of Jülich with French Ambassador, 89

Bentley, Michael, member of Christ's College, Cambridge
-, to appear before Earl of Salisbury for supporting Pemberton, 144

Berechurch (Beerechurch), co. Essex
-, 297

Bergen [Norway]
-, stone sent from Berwick to London in the St. Peter of, 206

Berkeley (Berkley), Henry, 7th Lord Berkeley
-, letter to Privy Council, 50

Berkhampstead (Barkhampstead), co. Herts.
-, 326

Berkshire
-, 39
-, sale of King's woods in, 59
-, commission of inquiry into spoils of King's woods in, 99, 100
-, recusants in, 228, 253, 259(2)

Bermondsey, London
-, Earl of Salisbury leases land at, 374

Bernard Castle. See Barnard Castle

Bernwood Forest (Barnwood Forest), co. Bucks.
-, 63, 222
-, timber for Navy from, 307

Berrow, John
-, executed for murder, 338

Berry. See Bury

Bertie, Robert, 14th Lord Willoughby de Eresby
-, to attend upon the Duke of Würtemberg, 214
-, to go to Denmark, 341

Berwick (Barwick), co. Northumberland
-, 29, 190, 350
-, letters dated from, 30, 45
-, goods conveyed by land from Scotland to England to pass through, 314
-, payment of garrison of, 340
-, Captain of. See Bowyer, Sir William
-, Marshal of. See Drury, William
-, Paymaster of the garrison of. See Nicholson, George
-, Lieutenant of the garrison of. See Hodson, Thomas

Berwick, Christopher
-, granted recusant's lands, 264

Beskwood Park Pale. See Bestwood Park

Bespicke or Bespitch, Richard, a London haberdasher
-, imprisoned in Madrid, 4

Bestwood (Beskwood) Park, co. Notts.
-, survey of, 74

Bethell, Sir Hugh, of Ellerton, co. Yorks.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 115

Bethune, Monsieur de. See Selles et Charost

Bettersaye. See Battersea

Bevill (Beavill), Sir Robert, of Chesterton, co. Hunts.
-, 6, 7

Bewdley, co. Worcester
-, letter dated from, 41

Bewdley Park, co. Worcester
-, sale of King's trees in, 41

Bezar. See Bushire

Béziers [Hérault, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne's description of region and inhabitants of, 108
-, Governor of. See Spondillan

Bible, The
-, translation of, 79, 332

Biens. See Binche

Bilbao [Spain]
-, goods of merchants of La Rochelle detained at, 10
-, Irishman arrives in, 10

Bilhagh (Bellowhey, Billawhey), co. Yorks.
-, misdemeanours committed in woods at, 57(2)

Bilson, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester
-, his New Year's gift of plate to Earl of Salisbury, 1
-, his chase in Wychwood Forest, 331, 343

Binche (Biens) [Hainault, Flanders]
-, Archdukes go to Sichem from, 71

Bindswood, [? co. Hants]
-, Norden reports on woods at, 85

Binfield (Benfeild), co. Berks.
-, 259

Bingham, John, late yeoman saddler to the King
-, 340

Bingham (Byngham), Sir Richard, former Chief Commissioner for Connaught and Thomond
-, 74

Bingley, Mr. See Bingley, John

Bingley, John, an official of the Exchequer
-, 40
-, his help acknowledged by Agarde, 272

Bingley, Sir Ralph (Rafe), High Sheriff of the county of Donegal
-, to assist in the protection of Bishop of Raphoe, 303
-, complaints against, 360(2)

Bingley, Richard, surveyor of the King's ships
-, 307

Binley (Bynley), co Warwick
-, survey of King's woods at, 40
-, letter dated from, 41

Biondi, Giovanni Francisco, in the service of Sir Henry Wotton
-, 77

Bird, —
-, 91

Birkland (Byrkelande), co. Yorks.
-, misdemeanours committed in woods at, 57(2)

Bishop (Bushop), William, Catholic divine
-, to be released from Gatehouse and sent to France, 343

Bishop Auckland (Bishop's Aukland, Bishops Awkland), co. Durham
-, letters dated from, 74, 79, 88, 118, 119(2), 132, 136, 140

Bishop's Aukland. See Bishop Auckland

Bishops Awkland. See Bishop Auckland

Bishop's Castle (Bushop's Castle), Salop
-, manor of, 61

Bishopsteignton (Bishop's Teynton) co. Devon
-, 371

Bisley, co. Gloucester
-, manor of, 363

Bitlis (Bittles) [Turkey]
-, 325

Bittles. See Bitlis

Bitton, co. Gloucester
-, manor of, 50

Bix, co. Oxford
-, timber for Navy from, 307

Blackwater, River, Ireland
-, letter dated from camp near, 118

Blackwell, Elizabeth
-, alleged to be recusant, 300

Blague, Thomas, Dean of Rochester
-, criticised for selling trees, 19

Blaie. See Blaye

Blakey, Lionel, Serjeant-at-Arms
-, surrenders his office, 349

Bland, Peter, Serjeant Furrier to the King
-, payment to, 350

Bland, Sir Thomas, of Kippax, co. Yorks.
-, 134

Blaye (Blaie) [Gironde, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 107

Blennerhasset (Hasset), John, Baron of the Irish Exchequer
-, appointed second baron of Irish Exchequer, 201

Blindley [? Blindley Heath, co. Surrey]
-, 329

Blindwell (Blyndwells), co. Devon
-, disputed lands at, 153

Blithe, John. See Blyth, John

Blois [Loire-et-Cher, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne's description of gardens at, 104
-, English ships forced to unload their ordnance at, 178

Blount, Charles, Earl of Devonshire
-, 279 and n.

Blount (Blounte, Blunt), Sir Edward, of Sodington, co. Worcester
-, 83(2)

Blount (Blunt), Sir George, of Mamble, co Worcester
-, 83

Blount, James, 6th Lord Mountjoy
-, reference to his patent for the manufacture of alum, 55

Blyndwells. See Blindwell

Blyth (Blithe), John, Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge
-, signs letter of thanks to Earl of Salisbury, 15

Boden, John. See Budden, John

Bodley (Bodley), Sir Josias, overseer of fortifications in Ireland
-, to complete building of forts in Munster and Connaught, 305

Boffalora (Bufalore) [Italy]
-, mentioned by Viscount Cranborne, 240

Bohemia
-, Emperor's authority disregarded by Protestants of, 82
-, freedom of religion granted by Emperor to Protestants of, 89

Boisse, Monsieur de, Commander at Bourg
-, 112

Bolbec (Bulbecke), co. Northumberland
-, description of Barony of, 66

Bologna [Italy]
-, 179

Boltby, John, in the service of the Duke of York
-, granted a pension, 346

Boltzan. See Bolzano

Bolzano (Boltzan) [Italy]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 244

Bonaventur, The, of the King's Navy
-, to be rebuilt, 307

Boord, William, of Kingston-uponThames, co. Surrey
-, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 174

Boost, John, English Jesuit
-, reference to arrest of, 55

Bordeaux [Gironde, France]
-, 10
-, Viscount Cranborne visits antiquities at, 107
-, wine trade between England and, 107
-, Viscount Cranborne entertains English merchants at, 146
-, English merchants taxed and English ships stayed at, 177, 178

Borell. See Burrell, James

Borgo (Bourgo) [Italy]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 244

Borle, Lord. See Balfour, Michael

Borrowes (Burrughes,) John, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
-, signs letter to Earl of Salisbury, 260

Bosley (Bossley), Cheshire manor of, 206

Boston, co. Lincoln
-, Privy Council advertised of prices of grain by Mayor and justices of, 223
-, grain permitted to be shipped abroad from, 224
-, report to Earl of Salisbury from Customs officers of, 231
-, letter dated from, 231

Bosville, Sir Ralph (Boswell, Sir Rafe), of Bradborne, co. Kent
-, letter to Dr. Milbourne, 23

Boswell, Sir Rafe. See Bosville, Sir Ralph

Boteler (Butler), Sir Henry, of Hatfield Woodall, co. Herts.
-, requests stay of pardon for Chandler, 176

Boteler, John
-, letter to Wilson, 85

Botti, Matteo, Marquis of Campiglia, Florentine Ambassador to France
-, his conversation with Edmondes, 309

Boughton, Edward, surveyor of King's Woods
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 40

Bouillon, Henri de la Tour, Duc de requested to lead special embassy to King, 222

Boulogne-sur-Mer [Pas-de-Calais, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne passes through, 237
-, Governor of. See d'Epernon

Bourbon, Catherine de, Princess of Navarre, sister of Henry IV, King of France
-, reference to her marriage with Henri de Lorraine, Duc de Bar, 345

Bourbon, Eleonore de, daughter of Henri, Duc de Condé, and wife of Philip William, Prince of Orange
-, Archduke criticised for his brusque treatment of, 81

Bourbon, Henri de, Prince de Condé
-, 170
-, rumour of forces raised in Spain to serve, 219

Bourchier, Mr. See Bourchier, Sir John

Bourchier (Bowser), Sir John, of Grimston, co. Yorks., a contractor for the manufacture of alum
-, 52, 194(3)

Bourchier, William, Earl of Bath
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 209, 213, 254
-, encloses examination concerning English pirate's activities to Privy Council, 209 213(3), 216
-, critical of the postal services, 213
-, letter to the Privy Council, 214
-, requests leave to be absent from Parliament, 254

Bourdeaux. See Bordeaux

Bourg (Le) [Ain, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 112

Bourg (Le) [Gironde, France]
-, 107

Bourgo. See Borgo

Bourgoin [Isére, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 238

Bourk, Redman. See Burgh, Redmond

Boutonne, River [France]
-, Viscount Cranborne passes over, 106

Bowes, Ralph, of Barnes, co. Durham
-, 194
-, granted recusant's lands, 228

Bowsar or Bowssar, John, brotherin-law of Sir John Swinnerton
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 49

Bowser, Sir John. See Bourchier, Sir John

Bowyer, Sir William, Captain of Berwick
-, acknowledgment of debt by, 29
-, 30
-, letter to Wilson, 206
-, sends shipload of stone for the use of Earl of Salisbury, 206

Boyd, Andrew, one of the King's cupbearers
-, King's gift of money to, 343
-, his suit, 346

Boyd, Mr. lessee of Crown property
-, granted materials from Hertford Castle, 34

Boye, James, Sergeant of the Cellar
-, his pension, 308

Boyle, Sir Richard, Clerk of the Council of Munster
-, repeal of letters patent indirectly obtained by, 341

Brackenbury (Brakenburie) [? Francis], Keeper of Gainford, co. Durham
-, 73

Bracy, Richard, King's messenger sent in search of Jesuits, 63

Bradford-on-Avon (Bradford), co. Wilts.
-, inquiry into abuses committed by Howell at, 342

Bradforth (Bradford), Thomas, of Berwick, merchant
-, transports stone to London for building at Durham House, 29, 207 (2)
-, signs receipt, 29

Bradgate (Broadgate), co. Leicester
-, letter dated from, 70

Bradley Ash (Bradleyashe), co. Derby
-, survey of, 54

Bradshaw, Edmond, of London
-, surrenders his right in manufacture of gold and silver twist thread, 346

Bradshaw (Bradshow), Francis, Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge
-, signs letter to Earl of Salisbury, 259

Bradshaw, Mr. Serjeant
-, 258

Bradshaw, —.a burglar
-, released from Fleet prison, 188

Brampton, co. Hunts.
-, 90

Brancespeth (Brouncespeth, Brancpith, Brauncpith, Branspith, Branspeth), co. Durham
-, timber to be delivered from wood at, 28
-, Duke of York apportioned castle of, 66
-, 73, 119, 132, 136, 195

Brandenburg, John Sigismund, Margrave of
-, letter to King, 20
-, requests King to support his claims to Jülich and Cleves, 20
-, 77, 82, 114
-, comes to terms with Duke of Neuburg over Cleves, 82
-, ordered by Emperor to submit his claims to Imperial Chamber, 82
-, King of France advertises his support of, 101
-, proposal to engage Irish soldiers in service of, 162
-, prepared for war over Cleves, 197
-, King receives in audience a gentleman sent by, 237
-, maintains warships near Cologne, 246
-, Viscount Cranborne meets brother of, 246

Brandon, co. Suffolk
-, 91

Branneby. See Bransby

Bransby (Branneby), co. Lincoln
-, 316

Branthwaite or Braithwaite, Thomas
-, his pardon for manslaughter suspended by King, 333

Branthwaite, Dr. See Branthwaite, William

Branthwaite, William, Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge
-, 147

Brantingham (Bromtingham), co. Yorks.
-, letters dated from, 44, 156

Brass
-, reference to furnaces for manufacture of, 292

Brauncpith. See Brancespeth

Bravo (Le Brave), Don Juan de, Spanish captain
-, commands Spanish troops at Montmelian, 238

Braydon, Forest of, co. Wilts.
-, 345

Breckhill. See Brickhill

Brecknockshire
-, recusants in, 270

Breda [N. Brabant, Netherlands]
-, 81

Brenchley, co. Kent
-, new mine of iron ore found at, 174

Brenninge, John, yeoman of the King's Toyle
-, 336

Brenta (Brent), River [Italy]
-, 243

Breres, Henry, Alderman of Coventry
-, signs joint letter to Privy Council, 42

Bressanone (Brixen) [Italy]
-, Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 244

Bresse. See Bresso

Bresso (Bresse) [Italy]
-, Viscount Cranborne's description of, 241, 242

Brett, James, English Catholic
-, his examination, 256

Brett, Sir Robert, of West Malling, co. Kent
-, 259

Brewers and Salters, Company of
-, 330

Brickenden, John, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
-, signs letter to Earl of Salisbury, 260

Brickhill (Breckhill), co. Bucks.
-, letters endorsed by post at, 61, 232

Bridges, John, Bishop of Oxford
-, 234, 360

Bridges, Mr.
-, reference to his death, 38

Bridges. See Bruges

Bridgwater, co. Somerset
-, Lundy pirates seize ships from, 209
-, imprisonment by pirates of a merchant of, 214

Brie (Brye), district of [France]
-, 112(2)

Brie-Comte-Robert (Brie-contreRobert, [Seine-et-Marne, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne dines at, 112

Briell, The. See Brill, The

Bright, Thomas, Alderman of Bury St. Edmunds
-, letter to Norton, 191

Bright, William, of Deptford, co. Kent
-, 307

Brigstock Park, co. Northants.
-, 235

Brigtys, Mr.
-, 295

Brill (Briell), The [S. Holland, Netherlands]
-, 85, 199

Brill, co. Bucks.
-, letter dated from, 63

Brill Hill. See Godley Corner

Bringwood Forest (Bringewood Forest), co. Hereford
-, 58

Briscoe (Briskow), Mr.
-, 63

Briskow, Mr. See Briscoe

Bristol (Bristowe), co. Gloucester
-, joint letter to Earl of Salisbury from Mayor and Aldermen of, 123
-, 158, 210, 212, 258
-, letter dated from, 169
-, pirates at Lundy threaten passengers to and from, 209
-, King's almhouse in, 339

Bristowe. See Bristol

"Britains Burse", Strand, London
-, bill read in the House of Lords concerning, 224

Brittany
-, Viscount Cranborne in, 106
-, effect of Henry IV's assassination upon people in, 219, 220

Brixen. See Bressanone

Brizuela, Inigo, Dominican, Confessor to the Archduke Albert
-, to treat in Spain about Philip III's adherence to proposed peace treaty, 4(2), 9, 10
-, returns to Brussels from Madrid, 21
-, sent back to Spain to clarify details of truce, 45
-, sends letters to Brussels, 71(2)
-, is promised money and ratification of truce, 72
-, expected in Brussels, 85
-, sends courier to Brussels with Spanish ratification of truce, 86

Broadgate. See Bradgate

Broadlands, co. Hants.
-, King on his way to, 103
-, letter dated from, 104

Broad Street (Brod Streete), London
-, letter dated from, 233

Brocas, Sir Pexall, of Steventon, co. Hants.
-, 12

Brockenhurst (Brokenhurst), co. Hants.
-, complaints about jury at, 53
-, letters dated from, 53, 249

Brode Streete. See Broad Street

Brograve, Sir John, Attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster
-, 188

Brograve, Mr.
-, 78

Brokenhurst. See Brockenhurst

Brome (Broome) [? Edward, of Forest Hill Manor, co. Oxford]
-, 70

Bromley (Bromeley), co. Kent
-, 50

Bromley, Sir Edward, a Baron of the Exchequer
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 207

Bromtingham. See Brantingham

Brook, Charles, of Templecombe, co. Somerset
-, 169, 313
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 211

Brooke, Duke, of Templecombe, co. Somerset
-, 313

Brooke, Henry, 8th Lord Cobham, former Warden of the Cinque Ports
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 80, 99

Brookesby, Dorothy, of co. Lincoln
-, her name erased from list of recusants, 250

Brookeshaw, Mr.
-, 178

Broome, Mr. See Brome

Brouay, Gaston Spinola, Count of, Master of the Horse to Archduke Albert
-, quarrels with Count Visconti, 4

Broughton (Browghton), co. Lancs.
-, letter dated from, 257

Broughton, Brian, of Broughton, co. Staffs.
-, 74

Broughton, Mark, seminary priest
-, allowed to leave England with French Ambassador, 95

Brouncespeth. See Brancespeth

Brouncker, Anne, Lady, widow of Sir Henry Brouncker
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 45, 166
-, letter to King, 166
-, petitions to King, 167

Brouncker, Sir Henry, late Lord President of Munster
-, 45(3), 166, 167

Browne, Anthony Maria, 2nd Viscount Montagu
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 202, 258

Browne, Sir Nicholas, late soldier and Crown lessee in Ireland
-, 278, 280

Browne, Robert, Gentleman of the Cellar
-, his pension, 308

Browne, Thomas, King's founder of iron ordnance
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 174
-, refers to discovery of new mine of iron ore in co. Kent, 174

Browne, Valentine, of Molahiffe, co. Kerry, Ireland
-, his rent as Undertaker to be reduced, 337

Browne, Sir William, DeputyGovernor of Flushing
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 126, 156

Brownswick. See Brunswick

Broyle, The. See Broyle Park

Broyle Park, co. Sussex
-, 52, 54, 308(2)

Bruce, Edward, 1st Baron Bruce of Kinross, Master of the Rolls
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 193
-, letter from Conway to, 193

Brudenell (Brutenell), John, of Deene, co. Northants.
-, alleged to be recusant, 296

Brudenell, Thomas, of Deene, co. Northants.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 198

Bruges (Bridges) [West Flanders, Belgium]
-, furnishes bonds for repayment of English loan to insurgent Low Countries, 58(2)
-, Viscount Cranborne visits, 248

Brûlart, Mathieu, Sieur de Berny, French Ambassador in Brussels
-, Edmondes to discuss Brandenburg's claims to Jülich and Cleves with, 20
-, his representations on behalf of the Princess of Orange ignored, 81(4)
-, conveys message from French King to Archduke about Duke of Deuxponts, 82
-, alarmed by events in Jülich, 89
-, engaged in debates with Nuncio and Spanish Ambassador, 89, 101, 115

Bruning, Mary, mother of Matthew Bruning
-, her son's letter to, 17

Bruning (Brunninge), Matthew, of the British Embassy in Madrid
-, letters to Wilson, 5, 16
-, letter to his mother and cousin, 17

Brunswick, Dorothea, Duchess of, daughter of Francis I, Duke of Lorraine, and widow of Eric II, Duke of Brunswick
-, her reception at the Court in Brussels, 81

Brunswick, Elizabeth, Duchess of, wife of Henry Julius, Duke of Brunswick
-, 352

Brunswick-Lüneburg, Ernest II, Duke of, cousin of Queen Anne
-, entertained by King, 129

Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Henry Julius, Duke of
-, Wotton proposes to visit, 75, 76
-, 311, 352

Brusket, Michael, of Paul's Churchyard, London
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 174

Brussels (Bruxels) [Belgium]
-, violence at, 2
-, confidential report sent to Earl of Salisbury from, 7
-, letters dated from, 8, 18, 86, 87, 117, 136
-, Markham requests Earl of Salisbury to alter his place of banishment from, 8
-, courier takes only eleven days to travel from Madrid to, 10
-, 51, 85
-, furnishes bonds as security for repayment of English loan, 58
-, hopes for Tyrone's success circulate amongst Irish in, 88
-, Viscount Cranborne visits, 248

Brutenell, J. See Brudenell, John

Bruxels. See Brussels

Brydges, Grey, 5th Lord Chandos
-, 49

Brye. See Brie

Brye-Contre-Robert. See BrieComte-Robert

Buccleugh, Lord. See Scott, Walter

Buchanan, George, Scottish historian
-, his De Jure Regi mentioned. 288

Buchanan, James, in the service of the King
-, his pension, 308

Buchanan, (Buchanon), John
-, his pension purchased by Tunstall, 180

Buchanan (Buchanon), Robert
-, grant of money to, 332

Buck, Sir George, Master of the Revels
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 135
-, 350

Buck, Pe[ter], a shipwright
-, 307

Buck, Thomas, of London
-, rewarded for discovering abuses in the office of the Navy, 87

Buckden (Bugden), co. Hunts.
-, letters dated from, 134, 196

Buckingham, co. Bucks.
-, 90

Buckinghamshire
-, commission of inquiry into spoil of King's woods in, 100
-, 177
-, recusants in, 250, 270, 299
-, timber for Navy from, 307

Buckle (Buckley) Wood, co. Sussex
-, 120

Buckley Wood. See Buckle Wood

Buckminster (with Sewstern), co. Leicester
-, manor of, 363

Buckworth, co. Hunts.
-, depopulation at, 89, 90

Budden (Boden), John, the Earl of Salisbury's agent at Cranborne
-, wardship bestowed on, 45
-, sends report on building operations at Cranborne, 250

Buddle, George [? Rector of Friesthorpe, co. Lincs.]
-, petition from, 373

Bufalore. See Boffalora

Bugden. See Buckden

Bulbeck, Thomas, of Clevedon and Kingston Seymour, co. Somerset
-, petition from, 373

Bulbecke. See Bolbec

Bull, Henry, of Benwick Hall, co. Herts.
-, informed of alleged treasure in Hertford Castle, 128

Bull, Randolf, clock-keeper to the King
-, to be warned not to abuse offer of clock to King, 93

Burford, co. Oxford
-, 234

Burgavenny, Lord of. See Nevill, Edward

Burgh, Redmond (Bourk, Redman), styled Baron Leitrim
-, well received in Spain, 87

Burghley, Lord. See Cecil, William

Burgon, Marquis of. See Charles of Austria

Burgundy (Bourgogne).
-, 112(3)
-, Governor of. See Bellegarde

Burgundy, House of
-, reference to former treaty between England and, 54

Burnell, Francis, Captain, formerly Vice-Admiral of Essex
-, petition from, 324

Burnet, Robert, of Nether Penn, co. Stafford
-, 374

Burnham Abbey, co. Bucks.
-, lease of woods belonging to, 190

Burrell (Borell), James, town surveyor of Berwick
-, acknowledgment of debt by, 29
-, letters to Wilson, 29, 301
-, 207

Burrowes
-, house of, 78

Burrughes, John. See Borrowes, John

Burward, Richard, of Cookley, co. Suffolk
-, summoned on charge concerning tithes, 16

Bury (Berry), co. Hunts.
-, 90

Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk
-, letter dated from, 191
-, letter from Earl of Salisbury to, 198

Busfield, James, a pewterer of York
-, petition to Lord Sheffield, 363

Bush, Mr.
-, 208

Bushey Park, co. Middlesex
-, 342

Bushire (Bezar) [Persia]
-, 325

Bushop, Dr. William. See Bishop, William

Bussher, —, officer to the farmers of the Customs in co. Kent
-, 207

Bussy, —, Master of the Horse to Earl of Salisbury
-, mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 375

Butcher, John, Mayor of Bristol
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 123

Butler, Sir Henry. See Boteler, Sir Henry

Butler, Thomas, 10th Earl of Ormond, Lord Treasurer of Ireland
-, 40, 183, 201, 232

Buttler, Mr. [? Sir Oliver Butler]
-, conveys letters from Edmondes to Earl of Salisbury, 82

Button, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas Button
-, granted a pension, 361

Button, Sir Thomas, of Lawrenny, co. Pembroke, admiral and explorer
-, to command expedition to discover North-West passage, 353
-, his wife granted a pension, 361

Bütow (Buthow) [Pomerania, Germany]
-, letter dated from, 311

Byndon, Viscount. See Howard, Thomas

Byngham, Sir Richard. See Bingham, Sir Richard

Bynley. See Binley

Byrkeland. See Birkland

Bywell, co. Northumberland
-, description of Barony of, 66



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