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Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 13, Addenda. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1915.

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Cadiz (Callis, Caliz), 472, 481, 607, 608, 609.
-, expedition to, 577579.
-, spoils taken at, 577.
-, knights made at, 599.

Cadiz (Cales) Road, letter dated from, 579.

Caen, 436.

Caen stone, 292.

Caerlyle, Christopher, 394.

Caesar:
-, Dr., 443, 445, 563, 595.
-, Julius, letter from, 351.

Cage, Jo., 288.

Calabria, 444.

Calais (Calesia, etc.), 10, 2023 passim, 95, 118, 187, 238, 287, 456, 480, 481, 497, 572.
-, captured by Spaniards, 570, 572, 573.
-, letters dated from, 483, 484.
-, map of town and district of, 38.
-, merchants of staple bring wools to, 453.
-, the "Trois Rois" at, 482.
-, weight of wool at, 54.
-, Antoine Jacomel President of, 505.

Calendar, promulgation of bull of Gregory III for reformation of, 389.

Calesie. See Calais.

Calfehill, John, 394.

Calicos, sold out of the carrack, 472.

Callow Park, Lincs., 189.

Calornia, a fief of the Count of Gaiazzo, 125.

Calthorpe (Galtrop), Mr., Queen's attorney, 512.

Calthroppe, Alderman, 288.

Calthropps, M., 201.

Calvacanti, the, letter from, to King [? Henry VIII], 16.

Calveskins, transport of, 519.

Calvomont, Sir John, Lord of Quitry, 330.

Cam, river, 109.

Camber, Thomas, a suit committed to the hearing of, 579.

Cambray (Cambrai, Cambre), 207, 524, 539, 540, 565.
-, treaty of, 11.
-, Governor of, 509.
-, invested by Spaniards, 537, 540.
-, Governor of St. Denis goes to assistance of, 541.

Cambrsis, 181.

Cambridge, 130, 131, 145, 147, 314.
-, Mayor of, 131.
-, letters dated from, 131, 157, 162, 204.
-, plague at, 164.
-, Protestant writers at. See List of divines, pp. 393394.
-, the Gatehouse in, 610.

Cambridge University, 109, 113.
-, Chancellor of. See Burghley.
-, danger to from plague at, 131.
-, Lady Margaret Divinity lecture at, 204.
-, ministers from, at Norwich, 462.
-, Mr. Proctor Purify of, 148.
-, Vice-chancellor and heads of Colleges notify expulsion of Nicholas Browne of Trinity College, 119.
-, Vice-chancellor and Senate of, letter from, 191.
-, Vice-chancellor, Goade, Dr. Roger, 157, 162.
-, -, letter from, 148.
-, Vice-chancellor, Bell, Dr. John, letter from, 210.
-, Vice-chancellor Some (Soame), Dr., letter from, 609.
-, Benet's College, a Fellow of, 133.
-, Christ's College, 113.
-, Christchurch College, 11.
-, Emmanuel College, legacy to, 516.
-, Great St. Mary's, 113.
-, Jesus College, letter dated at, 210.
-, King's College, 109, 113, 178.
-, -, letter dated from, 148.
-, -, rent to 352.
-, Magdalene College, 119,147149.
-, -, Richard Howland appointed master of, 136.
-, -, letter from Fellows of, 147.
-, -, lands belonging to, 147.
-, -, royal mandate appointing master of 148.
-, -, letter from Fellows to Lord Burghley stating the admission of the Queen's nominee (Henry Coppinger, M.A.), instead of his own, 149.
-, -, Mr. Vause, Fellow of, 148.
-, -, Mastership of, granted by Lord Burghley to his chaplain Mr. Nicolls of Peterhouse, but Fellows admit the Queen's nominee, 148, 149.
-, -, R. Jones and James Bromett, Fellows of, 149.
-, Pembroke Hall, 113.
-, Peterhouse, Mr. Nicholls of, 147, 148.
-, -, Dr. Andrew Perne, Master of, letters from, 203, 204.
-, -, conditions of Fellowships at, 203.
-, Queens' College, 127133.
-, -, letter from William Chaderton, Master, and the Fellows of, 129.
-, -, Master and Fellows of, 130132.
-, -, lectureship at, 162, 163.
-, St. John's College, Richard Howland, Master of, 147148.
-, -, Lord Burghley asked to appoint two scholars to vacancies in, 195.
-, -, letter dated at, 195.
-, Trinity College, 113, 119.

Cambridgeshire, map of, 32.
-, ordinance for conservation and upping of King's swans in, 34.
-, Swanmote in, 123.

Camel, West, letter dated from, 438.

Campart, the, in Guernsey, 565.

Campbell,:
-, Charles, 351.
-, Thomas, 288.

Campen, 49.

Campion, Edmond, 394.

Canary Islands, 152.

Candia, ship laden with muscadells to come from, 591.

Candishe, , 107.

Canfere [Netherlands], 115.

Cannongate, 74.

Cant, Jonet, former spouse of Robert Mowbray, letter to, 349.

Canteloys, Seger, an alien, 225.

Canter, Henry, 330.

Canterbury, 491.
-, Archbishop of. See Parker, Grindal, Whitgift, also Thomas.
-, Metropolitan of, 391.

Cantwell, , treacherous speeches of, 421.

Capasokk', 13.

Capcottes, John M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge, 113.

Capell:
-, Henry, 365.
-, John, 365.

Cape St. Vincent, 237.

Capstock, Francis, son of Mrs. Kettlewell, 592593.

Captot, Guerin de, letter from, 442.

Carden, Thomas, knight, commission to, to examine witnesses concerning certain mills, 19.

Cardiff, 394.

Carew:
-, Sir Francis, 416.
-, Sir Gawaine, 52.
-, Captain G., 194.
-, George, letters from, 325, 490.
-, Sir George, 413.
-, -, master of H.M. Ordnance, 570.
-, John, letter from, 463.
-, Lady, lodgings appointed for at Theobalds, 110.
-, Mr., 91.
-, Sir Nicholas, beheaded, 141.
-, Sir Peter, 52.
-, William, case between him and Ed. Fortescue, 563.

Carey (Cary, Carie):
-, Edward, kills Queen's deer in Enfield Chace, 523.
-, Sir G., 209.
-, Sir George, 516.
-, -, letter from, 350.
-, Henry, Lord Hunsdon, Governor of Berwick and Warden of the East Marches, 105106, 108, 228, 253, 256, 267, 270, 322, 364, 365, 366, 368, 376.
-, -, letter from, 90.
-, -, letter to, 310.
-, -, signature, 365.
-, John, Chamberlain of Berwick, 284.
-, John. Lord Hunsdon, letter from, 510.
-, -, signature of, 485, 548.
-, -, at Burghley's house, 507.
-, -, bound for the Queen in articles of a treaty, 514.
-, Mr., 141458.
-, -, letter to him and others 588.
-, Robert, 318, 322, 334, 339, 340, 341, 372, 373, 374, 376, 377, 378.
-, Thomas, Captain of Hurst Castle appointed to the charge of Guernsey Castle, 98.
-, -, letters patent to, 100.

Carill, Mr., 423.

Carisbrooke Castle, letter dated from, 350.

Carlisle, Bishop of. See Siver and Mey.

Carlisle, 210, 304.
-, document signed at, 252.

Carmichael (Carmychiell):
-, Laird of, 470471.
-, -, 365, 366, 368, 372, 375, 376, 378.
-, -, signature of, 365.

"Carmina Cantabrig," 102.

Caron, Monsieur de, 506, 596, 603.

Carr (Carre):
-, John, 253.
-, William, of Ford, 356.
-, -, 90.

Carrack, the, arrival of, at Dartmouth, 466.
-, Sir R. Cecil goes to London about it, 467.
-, goods and lading of, 472.
-, division of goods of, 479.
-, warrant to deliver goods out of, to Captain Norton, 480.

Carrickfergus (Cragefergus), Mayor of, 103.
-, Piers, William, of, 103.

Carrs, the, 304.

Carshalton, Surrey, letter from inhabitants of, 358.

Cartagena 444.

Carter, Oliver, 394.

Carteret, Helier de, Seigneur of St. Owen, Guernsey, to Privy Council concerning his occupation of Sark, and his terms of ownership, 69.

Carthropp, co. York, 117.

Cartwright, Thomas, 120, 394.
-, notes on his book, 120.

Carvile or Carville, Robart, 365.
-, letter from, 339, 351.

Carwell, Captain, 334.

Cascalis [Portugal], surrendered to English, 415.

Casia fistula, sale of, 431.

Casimir:
-, John Duke, letters from, 331, 349.
-, Prince Palatine, 159, 230.
-, -, letter from, to the Queen, 172.

Casselis (Cassels), Earl of. See Kennedy.

Castelione, , an Italian referendary in Basle, 556.

Castellan, marriage of, 126.

Castelnau, Michel de. See Mauvissire.

Castelyn, Edward, to Sir William Cecil, concerning inability to pay debt to Queen, 42.

Castilio, John de, 441.

Castilion, Baptiste, 505.

Castille, Otho, Cardinal of, mentioned, 89.
-, Don Pedro de, 608, 609.

Castille and Navarre, genealogy of Kings of, 166.

Castillion, France, 432.

Castillo:
-, Antonio de, letter from, 215.
-, P. del, letter from, 590.

Castro de Urdiales [Spain], contract dated at, 89.

Catalonia, 603.

Catechism, Dean Nowell's, alluded to, 501.

Caterlauf, Earl of Kildare's lands of, 532.

Catholics, 100, 112, 150, 157, 247, 333, 334, 495. See also Recusants.
-, plots of, 112, 150.
-, practices of, discourse on, 150.

Caudebec, 453, 465.

Caundishe, Mr., 168.

Cavaignes, Arnold , proctor for the Prince of Cond and others in the sale of French wine and salt, 8990.

Cavaillon, , 256.

Cavan, Ireland, sheriff of, 499.

Cavenaghes, the, 194.

Cavendish, Henry, sheriff of Derbyshire, 324.

Caverley, George, petition of, 150.

Cavillac (Cavallyak), Marquis of, 436.

Cawarden, Sir Thomas, letter to, alluded to, 25.

Cawsaye Park, 355.

Cayer, , a minister of sister of Henri IV, 561.

Caythropp, Lincs., manor of, 166.

Cecil family, genealogy of, 103, 178, 198.
-, pedigree of, and alliance with the Bassets, 140.
-, Charts of the Sitsilt (Cecil) family, 178, 397.

Cecil House, account of household expense and works there, 100.

Cecil:
-, Ann (afterwards Countess of Oxford), 109, 120, 128, 143.
-, -, birth of, 142.
-, -, her child disowned, 144.
-, -, ill-used by the Earl of Oxford, 146.
-, -, verses to, and on her death, 362.
-, David, 8.
-, -, death of, 141.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Lord Burghley, born, 142.
-, Elizabeth, sister of Lord Burghley, married, 142.
-, Lady, 409.
-, Lucy, daughter of Thomas Cecil, birth of, 142.
-, Mary (ne Chiek), 1st wife of Sir William Cecil, Lord Burghley, marriage and death of, 141.
-, Mildred, daughter of Thomas Cecil, born, 142.
-, Mildred (ne Coke), Lady Burghley, 108, 128, 201.
-, -, birth of, and marriage to Sir William Cecil, 141, 201.
-, Philip, 8.
-, Richard, will of, 8.
-, -, buried in St. Margaret's, Westminster, 142.
-, Sir Robert, 409, 466, 467, 472, 488, 494, 495, 496, 507, 514.
-, -, letter from, 557.
-, -, letters to, 325, 353, 432, 439, 445 (2), 453, 460, 461 464, 467, 472, 476, 477, 481, 484, 491 (2), 492, 500, 510 (2), 511, 513, 514, 520, 521, 524, 531, 532, 537, 539, 548, 556 (2), 558, 560 (2), 562, 568, 576, 577, 581583, 587 (2), 597 599, 609612.
-, -, corrections, notes, etc. by, 392, 595.
-, -, endorsements by, 38, 323, 474, 502, 530, 547.
-, -, signature of, 480.
-, -, -, when Earl of Salisbury, 153.
-, -, birth of, 142.
-, -, copied Queen's letter, 92.
-, -, friendly to Earl of Bothwell, 402.
-, Thomas, tailor's bill of, 38.
-, Sir Thomas, eldest son of Lord Burghley, 352, 409.
-, -, birth of, 141.
-, -, births of children of, 142.
-, Sir William, Lord Burghley, Lord High Treasurer, 64, 83, 111, 271.
-, -, letters from, 436, 478.
-, -, letters to, 29, 36, 37, 42, 49, 50, 51, 58, 68, 71, 90, 91, 95, 96, 100, 102212 passim, 229, 231, 250, 310, 313, 321, 323, 324, 325, 329, 331, 348, 352, 357, 359, 389, 394, 396, 413, 414, 417, 431451 passim, 459, 473, 481499 passim, 508, 510, 511, 514, 519, 520, 523, 531, 552, 553 (3), 563, 572, 577, 588, 596597.
-, -, corrections and notes by, 8, 10, 29, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 50, 52, 59, 60, 61, 63, 67, 69, 86, 91, 98, 111, 112, 128, 139, 140, 141143, 166, 168, 173, 197, 199, 207, 217, 264267, 325, 387, 389391, 409, 420, 439, 447, 461, 480, 488, 501, 506, 520, 552, 553, 573, 577, 588, 597.
-, -, documents in writing of, 85, 86, 101, 449, 468, 514, 522.
-, -, documents signed by, 50, 70, 171, 394, 485, 548.
-, -, endorsements by, passim.
-, -, signs decree concerning Hanse privileges, 28.
-, -, tailor's bills of, 35, 37.
-, -, bill for linen cloth of, 35.
-, -, grocer's bill of, 36.
-, -, windows of his new buildings, 40.
-, -, slanderous pamphlets against, 51.
-, -, paper on staple commodities, his reasons for and against, 57.
-, -, finding of the jury concerning his house in Savoy, 66.
-, -, considerations on arquebusery in his hand, 96.
-, -, pedigree of Zouches by, 97.
-, -, dedication to, 102.
-, -, letter and verses to, by Ed. Miles, 102.
-, -, favours delay in proceedings of University against Nicholas Brown of Trinity College, Cambridge, 119.
-, -, note of Lord Burghley's leases, 121.
-, -, his fool, 127.
-, -, petition of the county of Lincoln referred to him, 128.
-, -, appeal to, from a Fellow of Queen's College, Cambridge, 129, 130132,
-, -, his order as Chancellor of the University of Cambridge in the case of William Middleton, 131132.
-, -, verses addressed to him at Stamford, 135.
-, -, dates of birth of, going to Cambridge, entering Gray's Inn, 1st and 2nd marriage, birth of eldest son, 141.
-, -, in the Tower, 141.
-, -, admitted to the Secretaryship, 142.
-, -, goes to Brussels, to Calais, to Scotland, 142.
-, -, is at Edinburgh, Stirling, Berwick, and returns to London, 142.
-, -, sent with Sir W. Mildmay to Queen of Scots, 142.
-, -, becomes Lord Treasurer, 142.
-, -, appoints his chaplain, Mr. Nicholls, of Peterhouse, to the Mastership of Magdalen College, Cambridge, 148, 149.
-, -, household book of, 149.
-, -, an ass given to him, 155.
-, -, troubled with his old disease, 160.
-, -, required as Chancellor of the University to settle an appointment to a lectureship at Cambridge, 161162.
-, -, consulted by Alderman and sheriffs of London as to holding a feast on account of the plague, 163.
-, -, warrant to him, 167.
-, -, licence of alienation to, 171.
-, -, notes of speech of, on the Anjou marriage, 172.
-, -, Frankland's lands in Herts granted to, 174.
-, -, details in 1581 of public and private life of, 199201.
-, -, debts of, for work, etc., at Theobalds, 203.
-, -, plot of lodgings of, at Hertford Castle, 209.
-, -, commission to him and others to enquire of the breed of horses, etc., 250.
-, -, Queen refers suits to, 268, 291.
-, -, list of purchases of houses, etc., in hand of, 288.
-, -, descent of divers in consanguinity with, 291.
-, -, appointed with Walsingham to receive through Archibald Douglas arguments of James VI for his mother, 308.
-, -, cipher keys in hand of, 328.
-, -, sign manual addressed to, 332.
-, -, report of garrison of Ireland sent to, 345.
-, -, credit of, in matters concerning her Majesty's purse, 347.
-, -, declaration to as Master of Court of Wards and Liveries, 348.
-, -, appointed to the office of Lord Admiral in the absence of Howard of Effingham, 351.
-, -, warrant addressed to, 357.
-, -, verses on his daughter's death dedicated to, 362.
-, -, notes and diaries of contemporary events by, 389 391, 464467, 506, 508, 596.
-, -, in misfortune, 401.
-, -, commission to, as Lieutenant of Essex and Herts, 417.
-, -, farmer of some leases of the Queen, 423.
-, -, letter concerning his patronage of Cheshunt, 434.
-, -, warrant to, for munitions for France, 449.
-, -, -, for licences to export beer and corn, 454.
-, -, a project for musters addressed to, 468.
-, -, appointment of R. Woodrington waiter of port of London, 474.
-, -, petition of R. Westropp to, 476.
-, -, the Council's letters to, as Lieutenant of Essex and Herts, 485.
-, -, speeches of R. Isemay against, 492.
-, -, a book touching the Queen and himself and son, 495496.
-, -, bound for the Queen for performance of articles of a treaty, 514.
-, -, grant of Hanmer woods desired of, 538.
-, -, seizure of Captain Glemham's goods by, 552.
-, -, his letters desired to the Council of the North, 558.
-, -, appointed deputy in the office of Lord Admiral, 566.
-, William, infant son of Lord Burghley, birth of, 142.
-, William, a second son of Lord Burghley, birth and death of, 142.
-, William, son of Thomas Cecil, birth of, 142.

Cecil (Cycyll), Wylliam, letter from, 204.

Cecill, , employed by Lord Treasurer, 530.

Celsie, near Coldingham, 318.

Centurion, Lucian, a Genoese, 89.

Cesford (Sesford). See Ker.

Chabhames, belonging to Adam Fraunceys, 2.

Chaddesden, Derby, parsonage of, 475.

Chaderton, William, D.D., Master of Queen's College, Cambridge, 131, 119, 127, 129, 130, 132.
-, letter from, to Lord Burghley, 132.

Chain, Robert, seized Hanseatic vessels, 44.

Chaitor, Christopher, justice of co. Durham, 252.

Chalk, Kent, terrier of the manor of, 16.

Challoner, Thomas. See Shorley.

Chalmer:
-, David, chancellor of Ross, 76, 78.
-, -, provost of collegiate church of Crichton, 75.

Chamber, the, Sir Thomas Heneage treasurer of, 137, 285.

Chamber, Thomas, Chaplain of the Savoy, and others pray Burghley to appoint a Master, 117.

Chamberlain:
-, Francis, Captain of Guernsey castle, 98.
-, M., 458.
-, Mr., 141.

Chamberlane, Peter, native of France, 224.

Chambers:
-, James, a fugitive, 118.
-, Thomas, son of Agnes Wright, 534.

Champaigne, Governor of, 526.

Champernown (or Champernoun):
-, Mr., answer to objections of, 588.
-, Richard, part of South Devon to be allotted to, for raising soldiers, 588.
-, Ry., letter from, 539.

Champeron, Sieur de, 531.

Chamvallon, husband of Mlle, de Bouillyon, 206.

Chancery [Court of], Hanse merchants apply to, 47.
-, suit in, 170.
-, a suit ordered to be dismissed out of, 264.

Channdeler, Robert, letter from, 519.

Channel Islands, appointments of Wardens and Governors, 5.
-, letters patent granting Guernsey, Alderney and Sark exemption from payment of tolls, 8.
-, petition from inhabitants of, to Protector Somerset concerning partition of lands, trade, legal regulations, etc., 31.
-, certificates of demises and grants of Queen's lands in Jersey and Guernsey, 59.
-, articles to be considered by the Queen's Privy Council for, 9394.
-, Alderney, under the jurisdiction of Bishop of Coustance, 93.
-, Guernsey, commission for survey of island of, 59.
-, -, grammar school, erection of, 63.
-, -, grounds of complaints of inhabitants of, 68.
-, -, Dean of, to Cecil, on a Papist agitator, 68.
-, -, "remembrance" for the Queen's new grammar school in, 91.
-, -, Queen's school mentioned, 93.
-, -, under jurisdiction of Bishop of Coustance, 93.
-, -, Jurats of, 93.
-, - castle, Thomas Carey appointed to temporary charge of, 98.
-, - -, letter to Lieutenant of, 98.
-, -, letter to Bailiff and Jurats of, from the Queen, 98.
-, -, munitions for, 250.
-, -, Sir Thomas Leighton Captain of, 250.
-, -, note of articles for a commission for, 565.
-, Jersey, 145.
-, -, ordinances for, 60.
-, - castle, money spent on, under Sir Hugh Paulet, 62 63.
-, -, certain friars fled to Brittany from, 68.
-, -, ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Bishop of Coustance [Normandy] over, 9293.
-, -, Papal bull for, 93.
-, -, munitions for, 250.
-, -, Sir Amias Pawlet, Captain of, 250.
-, -, minute from the Queen to the Captain, Bailiff and Jurats of, 98.
-, -, list of inhabitants of, 353.
-, -, Governor and Bailiff of, to be commissioners to judge in a controversy on the treizieme in Guernsey, 565.
-, -, Antony Poulett exhibits requests for, to the Council, 571.

Chark, William, a divine, 394.

Charles V, Emperor of Germany, letters by, mentioned, 28.
-, his portrait brought to English Court, 38.
-, at Dover, 141.
-, allusion to, 419.
-, Ulric, Duke of Wurtemberg driven out by, 522.

Charles IX, King of France, proposed marriage of, 95.
-, alluded to, 126.

Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, intervened in Hanseatic conflict, 44.

Charleton, John, 10.

Charmoys, Jaymes, a native of Paris, 223.

Charterhouse, cottage and garden in, 597.

Chartham, plan showing course of the Stour from, 589.

Chartley, letter dated at, 296.

Chartres, plan of, 446.
-, Vidame de, driven by tempest to Sandwich, 491.

Chasteaumartin, Mons. de, 551.
-, letters from, 481, 482, 486, 488, 497, 511, 531.

Chastell, John, execution of, 508.

Chateaurow, Monsieur, killed in a duel, 538.

Chteau Thierry, letters dated at, 193, 239.
-, Anjou at, 200.
-, -, dies at, 390.

Chatelherault, 406.

Chtelherault (Chastellerault). See Hamilton, James.

Chaterton:
-, William, a pluralist in Yorks, 135.
-, -, Captain, appointed to take charge of men levied in Herts, 485.

Chtillon (Chattillion, Shastillion). See Coligni, Odet de.

Chatsworth (Chasuth), 99.

Chatterton, William, D.D., prebendary of Westminster, 145.

Chaulnes, de, a servant of Mary Queen of Scots, 249.

Chaulny, letter dated at, 452.

Chauvancy, letter dated at, 526.

Cheaston, Thomas, 103.

Cheke:
-, Sir John, 142.
-, Lady, 409.
-, Mary. See Cecil.
-, Mrs., 26.

Chelsea, letters dated at, 328, 231.

Chenies (Cheniss, etc.), letter dated at, 163, 310.
-, Lord Burghley at, 466.

Cheques, payments out of the, 352.

Cheriton, in diocese of Salisbury, vicarage of, 170.

Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, James Courtney of, 499.

Cherry, Francis, a merchant, 432.

Cheshire, Mr. Hurlestone, feodary of, 114.
-, musters in, 154.
-, Papists of, 100.

Cheshunt, 522.
-, charge of the town of, 449.
-, letter concerning the patronage of, 434.
-, letter from Lord Burghley presenting a clerk to the vicarage of, 436.
-, mills, 464.

Chester:
-, Charles, 476.
-, Sir R., 123, 136.
-, Sir William, 162.

Chester, 251, 480.
-, Exchequer of, cause concerning clerkship or baronship of, 13 14.
-, County Palatine of, 27, 261.

Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, 191.

Chesthume [? Cheshunt], 195.

Cheswick, 209.

Chevalier, Monsieur, Master of the Requests to Henri IV, 540.

Cheynes, Lord, 266.

Chiavenna in the Grisons, visited by H. Wotton, 555.

Chichester, Bishop of. See Sampson.

Chichester, Sir John, death of, 266.

Chiddingly, iron hammer of, 19.

Chiek, Mary. See Cecil, Mary.

Child, Henry, 39.

Chillcot, Captain, sued by Dutch merchants, 541.

China, 535.

Chinerry, , a merchant in France, 487, 498.

Chisholm, William, Bishop of Dunblane, investigations of, concerning Lord Bothwell's divorce, 75. 76.
-, restored [Bishop of Dellaine] to episcopal honours by James VI, 342.

Choansy, Chteau de, 527.
-, letter dated from the camp at, 527.

Cholmeley, William, 601.
-, Mrs. Bushell, sister of, 601.

Chonilz, Henry IV at, 545.

Chorin, Sieur de, bringer of advertisements, 553.

Chowte, Mr., 165.

Christian I (Christiern), King of Denmark, stays certain English ships, 44.
-, mentioned, 389.

Christian (Christiern) II, King of Denmark, 389.

Christian III, King of Denmark, 389.

Christian IV, King of Denmark, Ramelius chancellor of, 390.

Christian, Robert, 39.

Christofle, Don, 599.

Christopher, John, almsman of Westminster, 146.

Chrycton [? Creighton], , letters from, mentioned, 530.

Church of England, ceremonies of, 157, 314.
-, opinions of Protestants against, 167.
-, Udall's opinions on, 500.

Church of Scotland, book of Psalms and order of service, to be printed for, 361.

Church, the (Protestant), in the Low Countries, 172.

Churchehomborne, Worcester, parsonage of, 137.

Chyntenus, David, letter from, 173.

Cinque Ports, 85, 340.
-, bailiffs sent to govern Yarmouth fishermen by Barons of, 369.
-, Lord Warden of, 17, 163. See also Cobham, Lord.

Cipher keys, 32, 328.

Ciphers for Italy, England, etc., 505.

Cirencester, Cicester, 466.

Cisell, Mr., the priest, 494.

Clackingtoun, , sister of, married to young Lugtoune, 428.

Clanricard, Earl of. See Burke.

Clare Castle, Ireland, 151.

Clark (Clarke, Clarck):
-, John, letter from, 588.
-, Roger, 288.
-, William, 155.

Clavering, William, 353, 355.

Clay, Norfolk, map of, 370.

Cleburne, Thomas, letter on suit for wardship and lands of, 531.

Clement VII, Pope of Rome, negotiations with Henry VIII, ambassadors concerning mandate required by Henry, 12 13 passim.

Clement VIII, mention of offers to James VI from, 530.
-, army of, in Hungary, 562.

Clenche, , signature of, 217.

Cleobury, Salop, manor of, 424.

Clere, Thomas de, ancestor of Earl of Oxford, 173.

Clergy, to contribute to a benevolence, 391392.

Clerk (Clerke):
-, John, of London, 434.
-, Thomas, a pirate, 429.
-, William, 239.
-, William, servant to Mr. Henneage, 25.
-, -, 36.

Clerkenwell, grant of habit of gentleman of the house of the Order in, by William Hulles, 4. See Hulles, William.

Clervant, Claude Anthony of Vienna, Lord of, 330.

Cleves (Clivenses), 49.

Cleves (Clive):
-, Duke of, subjects of, 220, 223, 225, 226.
-, -, John William son of, 390.
-, Prince of, 126.

Cliff, Northants, 211.

Cliffe, Kent, rights and interests in woods of Porteway in, 15.
-, letter to Lord Cobham as to land in, 418.

Clifford:
-, Sir Conyers, at Cadiz, 570579.
-, Sir Francis, 547.
-, George, Earl of Cumberland, 403, 421, 430.
-, -, has a share in the carrack's goods, 479.
-, Henry, Earl of Cumberland, 102.
-, Mike, cousin to Earl of Essex, 414.
-, Sir Nicholas, nephew of Earl of Essex, 591.

Clifton, Sir John, 344.

Climsall, , a servant, 279.

Clinton:
-, Edward, Lord, signature of, 28, 50.
-, Edward Fiennes de, Earl of Lincoln, Admiral of England, letters from, 164, 211.
-, -, letters to, 99, 153, 154, 173.
-, -, receipt from, 101, 153, 173, 177, 178.
-, -, mentioned, 116, 169.
-, -, warrant to him for apprehension of pirates, 118.
-, -, sale of oak-trees to, 122.
-, -, seizure of pirates' goods in his behalf, 122.
-, -, release to him by the clerk of the Admiralty, 128.
-, -, lands of, in co. Lincoln, 138.
-, -, report to, of property in Folkingham, Lincs., 145.
-, -, acknowledgment of debt by, 174.
-, -, mares bought for his "Lady's" use, 177.
-, -, the Queen's bill on the Succession copied by, 215.
-, -, lodgings at Theobalds for him and his lady, 228.
-, -, grant to him and to Elizabeth his wife, 232.
-, -, endorsement by, 240.
-, -, opinion on his grant of bailiwick of Hatfield, 240.
-, Henry, Earl of Lincoln, 263, 514, 553.
-, -, condemned in Star Chamber, 465.
-, Henry, Lord, letters from, 153, 154.
-, Th., Lord, letter from, 556.

Clipston Wood, Notts, 169.

Cloth and cloth trade, 57, 102, 125, 191, 243, 330, 441, 475, 477, 574.

Clothworkers of England, reasons of against a bill of the Merchant Adventurers, 475.

Clune, Salop, honor of, 212.

Coape, Alanus, a Papist divine, 394.

Cobeles, Signor Tomaso, 187.

Cobham, letters dated at, 284, 387.
-, directions for buildings at, 353.

Cobham College, lease made by Master of, to Robert Holt, 5.

Cobham family, the, genealogical chart of, 70.

Cobham Hall, Kent, 122.

Cobham:
-, George Brooke, Lord, accounts and particulars of part of lands of, 15.
-, -, release by, to Walter Herendon for Harwasshe, 27.
-, -, will of, mentioned, 39.
-, -, debts due to crown from, 40.
-, -, letter from Council to executors of, 60.
-, Mr. George, 353.
-, Sir Henry, 200.
-, -, letters from, 177, 178, 230, 233.
-, John, letter from, as to seizure of prizes, 138.
-, John, alias Broke, brother to Lord Cobham, 58.
-, Lady, 409.
-, Lord, 13, 35, 39.
-, -, payments of corn due to, 27.
-, William Brooke, Lord, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, letters from, 284, 387, 547.
-, -, letters to, 418, 587.
-, -, subsidies levied on, 40.
-, -, signature and bonds concerning shipments of wool, 58.
-, -, debt of, to the Exchequer, 58.
-, -, notes of amercements against, 85.
-, -, his debts to the crown, 94.
-, -, note of subsidies owing by him, 96, 98.
-, -, bequests to wife and children, 120.
-, -, quit rents due to, from manors in Kent, 122.
-, -, his instructions for survey of his park of Birdnest, 110.
-, -, particulars of woodlands of, at Maidstone, 134.
-, -, account of expenses of, 163.
-, -, receipt from, of an account of Maidstone College, 190.
-, -, Privy Council's letters to, mentioned, 220.
-, -, permission to, to transport Caen stone, 292.
-, -, request for letters of, 340.
-, -, remembrance for causes of, 352.
-, -, his bailiff, Thomas Browne, 418.
-, -, mention of practices revealed to, 421.
-, -, estreats of fines in his Kentish manorial courts, 457.
-, -, plan of Dover town, etc., drawn for, 475.
-, -, servant of, 483.
-, -, at Burghley's house with French ambassador, 508.
-, -, letter of, to Mayor, etc., of Sandwich, 547.

Cobhambury, court roll of, 8.

Cobrone [? Cockburne], , one of the French King's Scotch Guard, 242.

Cochin, King of, letter to, 331.

Cockburn (or Cokburne), etc.:
-, Sir James, of Scraling, 74.
-, Sir Richard, 507.
-, Samuel, letter from, 345.
-, William, merchant of Edinburgh, 434.

Cocke:
-, Sir Henry, 520.
-, -, controller of Bristol, 434.

Cockermouth, document dated at, 252.

Cocket, William, letter from, 514.

Cocks, William, officer in the pantry, 120.

Cockshuite, Richard, petition of, 259.

Cockyn, William, 288.

Coesfeld (Cosfeldia), 49.

Coeworden (Corden), surrendered to Count Maurice, 466, 507.

Cognac [France], wine of, 89.

Coimbra, Spain, 183.

Coin and bullion, out of the Empire, shipped by English merchants, 602.

Coinage, the, 58, 59, 159, 212.

Cok, George, 82.
-, clerk of diocese of St. Andrews, 79.

Coke:
-, Sir Edward, note by, 520.
-, Mildred. See Cecil.

Colbarne:
-, Mary, letter from, 463.
-, Richard, her father-in-law, 463.

Colberg, 48.

Colbie, Francis, petition of, 514.

Colburn, , owner of a boat, 502.

Colburnespaythe, Scotland, 428.

Colchester, poor house of, 170.

Coldingham, , 339.

Coldinknowes, Sir James Home of, 339, 341.

Coldwell, John, Bishop of Salisbury, letter to, 601.

Cole:
-, Dr., a Papist, 394.
-, Richard, letter from, 476.
-, Robert, clerk, 170.

Coligni:
-, Gaspar, Comte de, Admiral of France, 89.
-, -, Prince of Orange marries daughter of, 390.
-, Odet de, Cardinal Chatillon, 98, 101.

Collard, , complains against Countess of Rutland, 445.

Colles, Wm., 288.

Colliber, William, 136.

Collibus, Hippolitus , a correspondent of H. Wotton in the Palsgrave's court, 556.

Collinges. See Cullinges.

Collingwood, Sir Cuthbert, quarrel of, 353357.

Collins, Thomas, of Newhaven, Sussex, 326.

Collyn, Alexander, obtained a grant for making a hammer for ironmaking, 24.

Colly Weston, King Henry VIII at, 141.
-, Progress to, 142.

Colmar [in Prussia], 48.

Colne [Essex], 112.

Cologne (Colonia, Coleyn), 44, 49, 394.
-, men of, entitled to advantages of treaty of Treves, 47.
-, arguments to maintain legality of marriage of Elector, being bishop, 140.
-, Bishop of Liege elected Bishop of, 230.
-, reasons for supporting Elector, 261.

Colomba, Don Francisco, to accompany merchant ships from the Indies, 531.

Colonna (Colonno):
-, Don Francisco, 607, 608.
-, Prospero, 184.

Colridge, Devon, hundred of, 458.

Colsworth (Colsterworth), co. Lincoln, 141.

Colvill:
-, James, letter from, 307.
-, -, assails the King at Falkland, 465.
-, James, of Est Wemes (Easter Wemyss), letters from, 383, 385, 400.
-, -, memoir of services of, 505.
-, John, of Strathrudie, accomplice of Bothwell, 465.

Colwall, manor of, Herefordshire, 204.

Colwort, , agent for the States of Holland in France, 509.

Comard (?), 604.

Come, Water, a fugitive, 291.

Comet, a, appearance of, 126.

Comming, Mr. Patrick, 567.

Commission of pirates, certificates by, 122.

Commissioners for treason, etc., cos. Down and Antrim, 103.

Common Prayer, Book of, 120, 157, 167.

Commyn, James, 326.

Como, Cardinal of, 183.

Compayne, Bartholomew, warrant for payment to, 29.

Compiegne (Compynyge), 437, 453, 546, 562.

Compton, Thomas, 59.

Cond, Prince of. See Bourbon, Louis de and Bourbon, Henry de.

Cond, wine of, 89.

Confirmation by Bishop of Coustances in Jersey, 93.

Coningsby (Coningesbie), Sir Thomas, 457.

Connant, Francis, letter from, 470.

Connaught, 189.
-, composition or cess in, 284285.
-, letter of lords and chieftains of, 285.

Connyngrey, a little park, 110.

Conquet, near Brest, 516.

Consistory, allegations rejected in, 12.

Constable:
-, Harry, decipher of passages relating to, 541.
-, Sir Henry, 495.
-, Joseph, brother of Sir Henry, 495.
-, Robert, letter to Council from, 416.
-, Sir Robert, marshal of Berwick, letter of, to the Queen, 144.
-, -, letter in behalf of, 160.
-, -, Robin, son of, 496.

Constantin:
-, Gentil, a Genoese, 89.
-, Guillermo, house of, 590.

Constantine, George, registrar to, and adversary of Bishop of St. David's, 32.

Constantinople, 125, 198, 444, 504.
-, letter dated at, 380.

Conti (Conty), Prince de, 465, 540.

Contorno, plague at, 185.

Conway, Sir John, 434.

Cony:
-, Alice, 154.
-, Thomas, of Bassingthorp, 154.

Conyers, Mr., 114.

Cooke:
-, Mr., 352.
-, Robert, Clarencieux King of Arms, 178.
-, Thomas, sumpterman, petition of, 144.

Cooper:
-, Thomas, 39.
-, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, 393.
-, -, petition about arrears from, 552.

Coottells, Thomas, a Dutch merchant, 541.

Cope:
-, Mr., 396.
-, -, 209.

Copledike, Thomas, injunction against, 95.

Copleman, Harman, an alien, 221.

Copley, William, a fugitive, 117.

Copper, 160.

Copperas, forfeited in a Rotterdam ship, 580.

Coppinger, Henry, M.A., appointed Master of Magdalen College, Cambridge, 148149.
-, letter from, 149.

Coppy, , 209.

Coppyn, Robert, M.P., for Dunwich, 242.

Corbeil (Corbell), captured for Henry IV, 437.

Corbett:
-, Hierom, 457.
-, Richard, 457.

Corbie, Duke de Bouillon in, 533.

Cordage, account of, 510.

Cordall, Mr., 325.

Cordell or Cordall, Sir William, Master of the Rolls, 129.
-, letter from, 160.
-, letter to, 161.
-, warrant to him and Lord Burghley, 167.
-, death of, 200.

Corfe, in the Isle of Purbeck, 326.

Coriton, Peter, grant to, 118.

Cork, city of, 15, 325.
-, county of, fines assessed on certain inhabitants of, 66.

Cork embarked, 101.

Corn, transportation of, 136.
-, complaints against buyers of, 169.
-, export of, 454.
-, warning as to transportation of, by French, from England and Ireland, 487.
-, spoil of, in starch making, 559.
-, article in a draft treaty, regulating staples of corn and victual in France, 575.

Cornmen and maltsters best able to contribute to a benevolence, 392.

Cornewall, Thomas, 457.

Cornwall, feodaryship of, 210.
-, mines of, 515.
-, plurality of benefices in, 134.
-, valuation of Earl of Bedford's lands in, 266.

Cornwallis (Cornwaleys):
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 166.
-, William his son, 166.

Correre, Giovanni, a Venetian, 125.

Corriett, George, clerk, letter from, 439.

Corselewood, in Wadhurst, 24.

Corsica, 444.

Corsini, , a correspondent, 558.

Corsino, Felipe, an Italian, 511.

Cortoys, Nicola de, 225.

Cotes, Alexander, 251.

Cotras, document signed at, 186.

Cottesford, Samuel, preacher, 206.

Cotton:
-, Edward, 330.
-, Sir Thomas, 161.

Coudge, Mr., mentioned, 138.

Courcelles, Monsieur de, French ambassador in Scotland, 312, 316, 332, 341.

Court, presentations at, 122.

Courte, Mr., a lawyer, 457.

Courtney:
-, James, letter from, 499.
-, James, his uncle, a recusant, 499.
-, Robert, 207.
-, Sir W., 344.

Coustances, Bishop of, 9293.

Coventree, Mr., 457.

Coventry, Bishop of. See Overton.

Covington, lands at, 266.

Cox:
-, John, assigned as almsman of Westminster, 146.
-, Richard, Bishop of Ely, 157.

Coymerrant, Monsieur de, 460.

Coymerrant, village of, 460.

Crackenthorp, , presentation of, to parsonage of Symonborne, 461.

Cracow, 605.

Cradock, Edward, 394.

Crafuirdjohne, Scotland, 286.

Cragge, Hew, factor for the Scots nation, 454.

Craigwallis:
-, Thomas the elder, 73, 74.
-, - the younger, 73.
-, Tho., 80.

Cranborne Chase, copies of documents relating to, 188.

Cranbroke, Kent, Alexander Weller of, letter from, 560.

Crane, Anthony, esquire, cofferer of the Queen's household, 190.

Cranstoun (Craynstone):
-, Mr., 456.
-, Thomas, 372, 479.

Craon (Craun), [Britanny], defeat of Princes de Dombes and Conti at, 465.

Craven [Yorks], 102.

Craven, Mr., man of, 470.

Crawford (or Craufurde):
-, Archibald, rector of Eglishame, canon of Glasgow, commissioner for Lord Bothwell's divorce, 7576.
-, Besse, 72, 79, 80, 81.
-, Earl of. See Lindsay.

Crayford [? Crawford], Lord, 326.

Creagh, Richard, an Irish priest, 127.

Creighton (Crechtoun, Crichtoun, etc.):
-, Alexander, canon of Dunkeld, 75.
-, Robert, Bishop of Dunkeld, makes investigations on Bothwell's divorce, 75, 76.
-, Robert, of Eliot, Queen's advocate, 75.
-, William, a Scotch Jesuit, 275.

Crescentiis, Peter de, 2.

Crete, 242.

Crichton (or Crechtoun), 80, 81.
-, Castle, 76.

Crinston, , nephew of Archibald Douglas, 318.

Crippes, William, merchant of Sandwich, 121.

Croche, Jo., 288.

Croft:
-, Sir H., 138.
-, Herbert, letter from, 243.
-, Sir James, Comptroller of H.M. household, 271.
-, -, letter to, 218.

Crofts:
-, Sir James, 52.
-, -, 209.

Croke, Mr., a lawyer, 457.

Cromershe, Oxon, manor of, 324.

Crompton, , servant of Sir J. Perrot, 473.

Crooke, Dr., 313.

Croseman, , a friend neither to Christians nor Turks, 140.

Croson, the fort of, letter dated before, 515.

Cross, John, 39.

Crossbows, shooting regulations, 15.

Crowe, Giles, carrier of a present from Somerset, 27.

Crowley, Robert, 394.

Croyden or Croydon [near Brest], plan of fort of, 516.
-, Old and New, 516.

Croydon, 164, 465.

Cuffe, Hugh, letter from, 512.

Cuke, George, canon of Dunkeld, 75.

Culane, Capt. James, 76, 77.

Cullen, , concealer of bonds due to the Queen's Almoner, 572.

Cullinges (Collinges), Herts, 129.

Cullymore, George, merchant of London, joint letter from, 598.

Culverwell, Nicholas, merchant of London, 90, 91.

Cumberland, Earl of. See Clifford.

Cumberland, horse sent out of, 102.
-, musters in, 154, 503.
-, points to be inquired by jury in, 252.
-, presentments of jury charged there, 252, 253.

Cuora, Archbishop of, 185.
-, plague at, 185.

Curle, William, of Enfield, 171.
-, letter from, 174.

Curll, William, a tenant of Hatfield manor, 524.

Curry, Arthur, proposed for a commission, 512.
-, Captain, 458, 459.

Curtis, Henry, sumpterman, petition of, 144.

Curtys, John, proctor of poor house at Guildford, 170.

Cusack (Cusake, etc.):
-, Edward, petition of, 217.
-, Sir Thomas, 66.
-, Sir Thomas, of Lesmollen, Lord Justice and Chancellor of Ireland, father of Edward, 217.

Cusanus, Cardinal, 58.

Cussy, letter dated at, 567.

Custom House rates, 60.

Customs, Cornwall, on imports, 2.
-, at Hull, 169.

Cypher, key to, 32.

Cyprus powder, 194.