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Index: C

Pages 353-359

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 14, Addenda. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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C.

C., John, customer for port of Chichester, 298.
-, Mr., see Bacon, Anthony.

Cacho y Canuto, Alfonso, petition of, 312.

Cadiz (Cales, Calzes), 11, 30, 33, 72, 84, 163, 273.
-, letters from, 12.
-, losses at, 12.
-, people of, 12.

Caesar:
-, -, an Italian, 124.
-, Julius, 323.
-, Dr. Julius, 18n., 64, 86, 121, 153, 154.

Cage, Anthony, Esq., 148.
-, Mr. 139.

Cahill, Hugh, 107 (3).

Cahir:
-, letter dated at, 118.
-, Thomas Lord, letter from, 118.

Cairo, plague at, 220, 224.

Caithness (Catnes), 20.

Calais (Calaise, Cales, Callys), 12, 58, 106, 112, 167, 187, 280, 305, 328.
-, recovery of, 46.

Cales see Cadiz and Calais.

Calvin, 343.

Calzes, see Cadiz.

Cambridge, 197, 199.
-, alderman of, 199.
-, maltsters of, 66.
-, townsmen of, 199.
-, University, 28, 113, 199, 239, 266, 281.
-, -, beadles of, 199.
-, -, chancellor of, see Cecil Sir Robert.
-, -, Clare Hall, 113 (3).

Cambridge, Clare Hall, letters from fellows of, 113.
-, -, mastership of, 113.
-, -, court leet of, 66.
-, -, Jesus College, letter dated at, 110.
-, -, King's College, 8586, 285.
-, -, Trinity College, 197198, 274, 293.
-, -, Vice-Chancellor of, see Jegen, and Soame.

Cambridgeshire, 134, 148, 290.
-, lands in, 39.
-, pedigrees, 74.
-, places in, 319.

Camerin, Bishop of, the Pope's nuncio in France, 336 (2).

Camphire (Camphere), 267 (2).

Camrdoini, Camillo, letter from, 179.

Candless [? Candlesby], Lincolnshire, 49.

Cann, William, 301.

Canterbury, 300.
-, Archbishop of, "deprived by the prince," 162, and see Whitgift.
-, "the Bishop of," 154.
-, Park, 45 (2).

"Cantlope," 74.

Capata, Don Geronimo Balter, 12.

Capell, Sir Arthur, 148.

Caplin, Mr. R., 165.

Capronizo [Kopronitz?], 225, 226.

Caradutz, W., 258.

Caramania, 222.

Cardiff, 305.

Cardigan, 33.

Cardini (Cardinas, Cardyne), Fernando, a Jesuit, 263 (2).
-, letter from, 250.
-, letters to, 246 (3).

Carero, Juan Porta, 30.

Carew(e):
-, (Cary), Mr. George, 293.
-, Sir George, master of Ordnance in Ireland, Lord President of Munster, 96 (4), 100, 122, 157 (2), 178 (2), 187 (2), 195, 229, 293, 294.
-, letter from, 268.
-, uncle of, 268.
-, Henry, 128.
-, -, father of, 128.
-, -, petition of, 128.
-, Sir Henry, 170. and see Cary.

Carey, Captain, 293.

Carione, 323.

Carl(e)ford, Suffolk, 49.

Carles Colne, Essex, 319.

Carleton:
-, Thomas, letter from, 28.

Carleton, Kingeston, alias Baron, 96.

Carlisle:
-, (Carleill), Capt. Christopher, 183.
-, -, petition of, 183.

Carlisle Castle, plan of, 338.

Carmichell, , 212.

Carne, Ireland, 267.

Caron, Sieur de, agent of the States General, 55, 168, 234 (2), 322.

Carpenter, John, 70 (2).
-, Thomas, 301.

Carree, Sir John, 211.

Carrero, Don Juan Porto, 12.

Carrickfergus, 121.

Carriglia, Father, 226.

Carter, , 309.

Carterett, John de, 200.

Carthage, 323.

Carthy, Charles, petition of, 126.

Cartie, Lady Ellen, petition of, 90. and see Clancartie.

Carty, Kalaghan, 126.

Cary (Carey):
-, Sir Edmund, 193 (2), 194.
-, George, 2nd Lord Hunsdon, Lord Chamberlain, 14, 65, 87, 266, 273.
-, -, letter to, 65.
-, -, his lodgings, 306.
-, -, signature of, 137.
-, Sir George, letter to, 271.
-, -, brother of with the Queen, 271.
-, Mr., 270.
-, Philip, son of Lady Paget, 147.

Castile, the Adelentado of, 219, 220.

Castillo, Signor Pedro del, 12.

Castle Town, Ireland, 309.

Castlecouill, baron of, see Burk.

Castlemain (Castlemainge, Castle Mayn, Castle Maynge), 123 (2), 201.

Castleton of Kilrought, Kildare, 196.
-, Reban, Kildare, 173.

Castletown, Dorset, 267.

Catalonia, 218.

Catesby, Robert, 171.

Cathedral or collegiate churches, 145(2).

Catholics (Roman), see Papists.

Catnes see Caithness.

Catterall, George, petition of, 69.

Caufeld, George, 134.

Cavan, the [Ireland], 294.

Cavann, constable of castle of, see Brady.

Cavendish(e):
-, Mr. Wiliam, 254.
-, -, son of, 254.
-, Wm., 148.

Cawdron, George, petition of, 286.

Cawley (Caulie) , 193,
-, Martha, 194.

Cawood (Cawod), Yorks, 100.

Caxton, manor of, 290.

"Ccl," letter from, 144.

Cecil:
-, (Cessille, Cissell, Sissill, Sitsilts), family of, 7576, 199.
-, -, arms of, 75.
-, Gerald, 125.
-, John, of Alterennes, 76, 125 (4).
-, -, wife of, 125.
-, Mildred (ne Coke), Lady Burghley, 98.
-, Philip, 121.
-, -, petition of, 121.
-, -, -, Mary wife of, petition of, 121.
-, Richard, 343.
-, Sir Robert, secretary of state, 4, 16 (5), 28, 57, 8889, 108, 112, 114, 118, 125, 129 (4), 131 (2), 139 (2), 142143, 149, 154, 178, 179 (3), 185, 189, 191 (3), 263, 273 (2), 275, 288.
-, -, letters from, 91, 147, 152, 175, 178, 183, 185, 202, 207, 228, 232, 235, 238, 247, 250, 252, 340.
-, -, letters to, passim.
-, -, announces rebellion of Earl of Essex, 199.
-, -, aunt of, see Russell, Elizabeth Dowager Lady.
-, -, his bond to Lord Buckhurst, 102.
-, -, brother of, see Cecil, Thomas, 2nd Lord Burghley.
-, -, causes to be heard by, 273.
-, -, chancellor of Cambridge University, 266.
-, -, chaplain of, see Bennett.
-, -, cipher for, 9.
-, -, to be a commissioner of peace and gaol delivery, 287.
-, -, documents in handwriting of, 37, 92, 96, 150, 237, 264.
-, -, drafts by, 92, 294.
-, -, endorsements by, 73, 114, 125, 137, 141, 191, 193 (2), 255, 263, 273, 306, 319.
-, -, enemies of, 247.
-, -, and the Earl of Essex, 119, 162, 171, 237.
-, -, his eyes "apt to a flux," 184.
-, -, father of, 88, 101, 186.
-, -, one of his gentlemen, 108.
-, -, High Steward of the Liberty of St. Martin's le Grand, 274.
-, -, indisposition of, 235.
-, -, injures his foot, 210.
-, -, interview with Duke of Lennox, 209.

Cecil, the King of Scotland against him, 209, 211.
-, -, Lady Elizabeth, wife of, odes on death of, 10.
-, -, lands leased by, 125.
-, -, letters from (mentioned), 2, 243.
-, -, letters to (mentioned), 143, 188, 189, 252 n, 255.
-, -, master of Court of Wards, 14, 185.
-, -, notes and corrections, by, 37, 89, 90, 95, 98, 142, 150, 152, 156, 174, 177, 185, 188, 207, 210, 230, 243, 269, 275 (3), 278 (2), 279, 291, 321.
-, -, objects to a surgeon being impressed, 279280.
-, -, orders given to, by the Queen, 92.
-, -, orders of, 242.
-, -, his patent for the silk farm, 151, 190.
-, -, petitions and suits to, passim.
-, -, refuses to mediate with the Queen, 122, 271.
-, -, religious toleration of, 147.
-, -, remits fees belonging to him, 279.
-, -, requests for letters of, 175, 178.
-, -, secretaries of, 151, 183n, 184, 235, 266. and see Munck and Willis.
-, -, servants of, 262, 282, 340.
-, -, signature of, 87, 121, 137, 177, 184, 185, 188, 210, 230, 233, 237, 249.
-, -, speeches against him, 101, 162 passim, 340.
-, -, verses addressed to, 108, 321.
-, -, "Vivat Ccilius," 321.
-, -, warrants from, 154, 277.
-, -, William Cecil, nephew of, 287.
-, -, witness to a document, 20.
-, -, words written on his door, 162.
-, Roger, 343.
-, Sir Thomas, (afterwards 2nd Lord Burghley), 100, 174.
-, -, letters from, 15, 173, 203.
-, -, petition to, 291.
-, William, 122, 125, 182 (2).
-, -, pedigree of, 302.
-, -, petition of, 182.
-, -, son of, see Roos, Lord.
-, William, Lord Burghley, Lord High Treasurer, 14, 17, 22 (3), 28 (2), 36 (2), 43, 58, 60, 61, 65, 66, 73, 101102, 104 (2), 107 (2), 114 (4), 124, 217, 340.
-, -, letters from, 46, 64, 65.
-, -, letters to, 15, 18 n, 28, 32 (2), 33 (2), 45, 46, 47, 65 (3).
-, -, certificate to, 47.
-, -, chaplain of, 78.
-, -, children of, 78.
-, -, his coachman, see Plommer.
-, -, commands of, 103, 124.
-, -, death of, 78.
-, -, documents in handwriting of, 2, 46, 65, 74 (8), 75, 76 (2), 77, 98.
-, -, drafts by, 2, 46, 65.
-, -, endorsements by, 47 (2), 48 (5), 49 (4), 7377, 96.
-, -, epitaph on, 78.
-, -, erects gates for Theobalds, 101.
-, -, groom of, 102.
-, -, John Howell to confer with, 103.
-, -, lands of, 72.
-, -, - forfeit to, 66.
-, -, his lodgings, 306.
-, -, matters referred to, 11, 12, 45, 64, 86 (2), 96.
-, -, monument for, 98.
-, notes and corrections by, 2, 14, 18, 31, 44, 49, 64, 65, 66, 6777, 87.
-, -, pedigree of, 75.
-, -, pedigree notes by, 74.
-, -, persons employed by, 101.
-, -, petitions, suits, &c., to., 32, 43, 58, 6672, 99, 311 (3).
-, -, plot against, 291.
-, -, practices against the Queen discovered to, 107.
-, -, the Queen's orders to, 188.
-, -, servant of, 29.
-, and see Meeke.
-, -, signature of, 19.
-, -, verses addressed to, 78.
-, -, witness to a document, 20.

Chalk (Chawlke), Wilts, 285.

Chamberlain:
-, Lord, see Cary.
-, -, of the Queen's Household, see Cobham.

Chamberleyn, John, petition of, 279.

Chambers, Robert, 287 (3).

Chamley, Ric., 171.

Champanty (Champantie), Gregory, 145, petition of, 124.

Champernown(e):
-, Arthur, letters from, 83, 103.
-, R., letter from, 53.

Champigny, Sieur de, 206.

Champin, John, petition of, 123.

Chandos, Lord, 308, and see Bruges.

Chapman:
-, John, 33.
-, Roger, 33.

Chappell Walls, [Durham], 295.

Charles Emmanuel, Duke of Savoy, 18, 107, 126 (3), 135, 215, 221, 223, 225, 230 (2), 231, 246.
-, -, daughter of, 215.
-, -, forces of, 243.

Charles V., Emperor of Germany, 344.
-, the Great, 32.
-, the Simple, King of France, 302.

Charneilius see Cornelius.

Chart Coppice, Surrey, 319.

Chaste, Monsieur la, letter from, 335.

Chasteleraut, 15.

Chastes, , governor of Dieppe, 26 n.

Chatre, le (de la Sciatre), M., 225.

Chatterton:
-, Capt. William, petition of, 283.
-, -, Adam, brother of, 283 (2).

Chawlke see Chalk.

Chelsea (Chelsey), 32.
-, house, plan of, 306 (3).

Cherbourg (Sherbrooke), 121.

Cheshire, 148, 213.
-, commissioners for musters in, 152.
-, justices for, letter from, 138.
-, pedigrees, 74.
-, places in, 278, 285.

Cheshunt, water-mills at, 34 (2).

Chester, 148, 152, 309.
-, justices of, 69.
-, mayor of, 136, 152, and see Hardware.

Chester [Durham], demesnes of, 294.

Cheston, Captain, petition of, 290.

Chetewood, Mr., 130 (3).

Chewe, John, petition of, 281.

Cheyny:
-, family of, 74.
-, Mr., 104 (2)

Chiche see Darcy.

Chichester:
-, port of, 298.

Chichester, Sir John, 28 (2).

Childe:
-, Benjamin, chirurgeon, 280.
-, Wolston, 120.

Chiriar see Kirrier.

Chirurgery see Surgery.

Chisel, General, of Croatia, 219.

Chislehurst, rector of, 321.
-, memorial of, 321.

Chopwell, manor, 161.

Chrichton, the Jesuit, 140141.

Christian IV.:
-, King of Denmark, 93, 124, 227, 286.
-, -, agent of, see Heil.
-, -, Duke John, brother of, 227,
-, -, sister of, 227.

Church, Anthony, 300.

Churchman:
-, Robert, letter from, 255.
-, -, father of, 255.

Churchyard, Thomas, letter from, 41.

Chyldhay(e) (Crewkerne), 83.
-, letters dated at, 83, 103.

Ciaschi (Ciasche), Signor, governor in Transylvania, 224, 226 (2).

Cicala, , 215, 221, 227.
-, -, his son, 215.

Cicero, 343.

Cinque Ports, the, 45, 282.
-, Warden of, 45 (2).

Ciphers, 9, 2324, 150, 164, 167, 171172 193, 261262, 302, 320 passim.

Cissell see Cecil.

Citolini, Paulo, letter from, 45.

Claeson, Doricke, 44.

Clancartie:
-, Earl of, 90.
-, -, daughter of, see Cartie.

Clandiboy, 28.

Clare, county, 150, 322.

Clare, Richard de, 41.

Clarke, Mr. Baron, 69.

Claudiopolis, 225.

Claydon, Suffolk, 49.

Clayton:
-, Lanc., 198.
-, Sussex, 198.

Clear, Cape, 307.

Cleaton, Francis, petition of, 122.

Clenche, Justice, 121.

Cler, letter dated at, 319.

Clerck, John, 300.

Clere, Sir Edward, 148.

Clerke:
-, Henry, petition of, 197.
-, Sir William, 148.

Cleve (Thugste Cleve), Rhenish Prussia, 305.

Cleveland, letter dated at, 79.

Cleve(s):
-, Duke of, 151.
-, -, sisters of, 151 (2).
-, Philip Duke of, Lord of Ravestain, 344.

Cliffend [Kent], 300.

Clifford:
-, Sir Conyers, 83 (2), 152.
-, George, 3rd Earl of Cumberland, 11, 57, 73, 100, 287.
-, -, letter to, 57.
-, Sir Nicholas, 285 (2).

Clifton:
-, Sir Gervis, 148.
-, Reginald de, 343 (2).

Clinton, Henry de, Earl of Lincoln, 73, 94.

Cloth trade, the, 320, 335, 339.

Cloths:
-, taffetas, &c., 28, 3435, 154, 243, 310.
-, Act concerning, 14.
-, customs on, 190 (4), 268, 335.
-, dyeing of, 86.
-, free markets for, 303.
-, licence to transport, 287, 335.
-, statutes concerning, 14, 73, 287.
-, stretching and straining of, 154.

Clothworkers, petition of, 287.

Clotworthy, Lewes, 243.

Clougowswoode, Ireland, 266.

Clowntwoskerte Abbey, 71.

Coals (sea-coals), 330331, export of, 330.

Cobell see Covell.

Cobham:
-, Kent, 302.
-, college of, 302 (3).

Cobham:
-, George, messenger, petition of, 282.
-, Lady, 86, 119.
-, Lord, see Brooke.

Cock:
-, Elizabeth, petition of, 281.
-, -, husband of, 281.

Cockfield (Cockefelde), Suffolk, 319.
-, Earles Hall in, 319.

Cocx:
-, -, 300.
-, John, 300.

Coin and coinage, 25, 43, 75, 94, 109, 317 passim.
-, export of, 87.
-, Flemish, 4344.
-, Henricus nobles, 43, 317.
-, new, for Ireland, 196.

Coke, Sir Edward, Attorney General, 188.
-, -, notes by, 70.

Colchester, 139, 310.

Cole, Mr., 301.

Coleridge (Coulrudg), Devon, 340.

Coles, William, 136 (2).

Collile, see Colville.

Collins, William, petition of, 283.

Collyns, Edward, merchant of London, letter from, 105.

Colman, Dr., 319.

Colmer, Mr., officer of St. Peter's, 322.

Colneis, Suffolk, 49.

Colthurst, Edmund, petition of, 157.

Colvill(e) (Collile), James, petition of, 276.
-, John, letters from 58, 109.

Comines, Philip de, 323.

Comminge, John, 295.

Commissioners, the, 189 (2).

Common Pleas:
-, court of, 39, 119, 192.
-, filacers of, 260.
-, judges of, 192, 259260.

Commonplace Books, 308, 339.

Commons, 34, 61.

Compton, Lady, 341.
-, William, Lord, 73.

Conacia see Connaught.

Condell, Tho. 171.

Conestable, Wm., knight, 171.

Coneway, Capt. Foulke, 293.

Conham, Lord, 73.

Connaught (Conacia), 114, 130, 146, 153.
-, Chief Justice of, see Dillon.

Connistre, Sir Thomas, 312.

Conradus, William, 124.
-, -, petition of, 145.

Constable:
-, Sir Henry, 148.
-, Mr., 120.
-, Robert, knt., 19.
-, Sir William, petition of, 177.
-, William, 161.

Constantinople, 219, 222 (2), 223.
-, English agent in, 151.
-, news from, 215, 216, 218, 219, 221, 224, 227, 231.

Conway, map of, 322.

Conway, Sir Edward, petition of, 123.

Conyers (Coniers), Sir John, auditor, 18, 67, 71, 96.
-, William, 311.

Cooke:
-, Mr., 17.
-, -, proctor of Cambridge University, 28.
-, Thomas, pirate, 267.
-, Mr. William, 141.

Coolestock, , 300.

Cooper, Thomas, petition of, 291.

Copley, Averey, 100.

Coppinger, Adam, petition of, 202.

Cordell, Thomas, 154.

Cork, 187, 198.
-, agents for, 155.
-, bishop of, see Lyon.

Corn:
-, (wheat, barley, beans, peas, &c.), 28, 69, 99, 180, 192, 196, 281.
-, -, bill against stealing, 39.
-, -, bill for staying of, 39.
-, -, engrossing of, 28, 66.
-, -, licence to transport and export, 14, 279, 309 (2), 316, 322.
-, -, proclamation concerning, 294.

Corn, scarcity of, 14, 61, 294.
-, -, toll, 93.
-, -, transport of, into Spain, 90.

Cornelison:
-, Christopher, 44.
-, Hugh, petition of, 280.

Cornelius (Charneilius), 343 (2).
-, Agrippa, 32.

Cornewall, Thomas, petition of, 200.

Cornwall, (Cornall), 75, 139.
-, clerk of the peace of, 65.
-, places in, 25, 196, 295.

Cornwallis, , 129.
-, Lady Katharine, 291.
-, Mr., the Queen's groom porter, 291.
-, Thomas, 90.
-, William, 10.

Corsini, , an Italian, 213.

Corua, La, 126.

Corva, 135.

Cosford, Suffolk, 49.

Cosmore, Ireland, 157.

Cossacks, 218.

Cossina, Nicholas, the Archduke's messenger, 214.

Costride, Ireland, 157.

Cotherstone (Cutherston), Yorks, 343.

Cotton:
-, Edmund, 39.
-, Francis, 256.
-, -, letter from, 256.
-, Sir John, 148.
-, William, bishop of Exeter, 295, 296 (2).
-, -, letter to, 295.

Coulrudg see Coleridge.

Countersyde, Yorks., 58.

Court, the, see Elizabeth, Queen, court of.

Courtenay, Henry, marquis of Exeter, 308.

Covell, (Cobell), Gyps, 118.

Coventry, 150.

Cowper, Richard, 151.

Craford, Thomas, of Cambridge, petition of, 199. see Crayford.

Cragius, Nicholas, 84.

Crane:
-, Anthony, cofferer and master of the Queen's household, 279.
-, Thomas, 301.

Cranstone, Mr. Thomas, 212.

Craschi, Signor Steffano, 217.

Cratwick, Anne Marie, 89.
-, Elizabeth, 89, and see Baker.

Craughe, Dr., 118.

Craven, Mr., letter to, 298.

Cravin, Mr., 23.

Crawford (Craforde), Earl of, 24, 213.

Crayford:
-, (Craford, Craiford, Crawfurth), Robert, 124.
-, -, petitions of, 108, 122, 243.

Creechurch see London, (Aldgate, Christchurch).

Cressy in Brie, 35.

Crewe, Josua, baker, 59.

Crewkerne (Croukhorne), Somerset, 79, 83.

Criffle, John, mariner, 295.

Croatia, 218, 219.

Croft(e), Captain, 16.
-, Herbert, letter from, 88.
-, -, cousin of, 88.
-, -, wife of, 88.
-, Sir Robert, 18.

Croftes, Capt. Chritstopher, 199.

Crogen, Merioneth, 185.

Cromer, James, 148.

Crompton, Capt. Anthony, 19.
-, -, petitions of, 19, 156 (2), 192.
-, Thomas, 148, 171, 198.
-, Wm., 148.

Cromwell:
-, Mr., 282.
-, Sir Henry, 148.
-, Lord, 119, 170.

Crosbie:
-, Mr., 178.
-, Patrick, petitions of, 157, 191, 293.

Crosse, Sir Robert, petition of, 262 263.

Croukhorne see Crewkerne.

Croukyearn, Mr., 83.

Crugna, La, 220.

Cuasto, Ach. de, letters from, 11, 26 27.

Cuffe:
-, Henry, secretary to Earl of Essex, 164, 170.
-, -, letter from, 63.

Cumberland, 311.
-, places in, 70.

Cumberland, Earl of, see Clifford.

Cumingis (Cummins, Cummyngis), James, 20, 2324.

Cuningham, Robert, draper, 59.

Cuninghams, the, 213.

Curle, , 75.
-, Ralph, petitions of, 34 (2).

Cursun:
-, Adam, 315.
-, John, 315.

Curteys:
-, Richard, parson, 168.
-, -, Anne, wife of, 168.

Cusake, Edward, 196.

Customs, 119, 166, 190 (4), 268, 316.
-, on silks, &c., 151, 190191.
-, on wines, 75, 138.

Cutherston see Cotherstone.

Cutter, Richard, letter from, 298.

Cynthia (Scinthia), Book of the Ocean to, 326.