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Index: F

Pages 417-419

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15, 1603. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1930.

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F.

Faille, see Lafaille. 220.

Fairfax (Ferfax), Sir Thomas, 106, the elder, of Walton, 394 (3).

Falie, de la, see I afaille.

Falmouth, fort of, (Cornwall), Capt. of, see Parker, Sir Nicholas.

Falstaf, Sir John, 176.

Fane, George, letter from, 279.
-, Sir Thomas, Lieutenant of Dover Castle, 34, 75, 180, 220, 279.
-, -, letters from, 33, 42, 101, 107, 122, 123, 152, 163, 182, 191, 195 (2).
-, -, letters to, 193, 307.
-, -, warned of a Jesuit's landing, 98.
-, -, Muster rolls taken by, 252, 261, 263.

Farleigh (Farlye) Wallop [Hants.], letter dated at, 17.

Farley, William, bailiff, 386.

Farrannt the post, 119.

Fassenberge, M. de, 125.

Faversham (Feversham) [Kent], 134, 172.

Favor, John, doctor of law, 395.

Faylla, see Lafaille.

Fenis, see Fenys.

Fenner, George, 34, 180, 363.

Fenton, Sir Geoffrey, Secretary of Ireland, 41, 148.

Fenwick, Sir William, 46.

Fenys (Fiennes, Fenis):
-, Gregory, 9th Lord Dacre, 196.
-, Lord, a claim to the peerage of, 196, 209.
-, Sir Richard, letters from, 191, 196, 209.

Feodaries of Counties, 276.

Ferdinand, Archduke, see under Austria.

Ferdinando, Mr., 344.

Ferfax, see Fairfax.

Ferne, John, afterwards Sir John, 394 (2).
-, -, letters from, 21, 120, 128.

Ferne, Mr., 133.

Ferrand, William, doctor of the laws, 224.

Ferrers:
-, Sir Humphrey, High Steward of Tamworth, letter from, 51.
-, Thomas, letter from, 147.

Ferrour, Ry. of Norwich, letter from, 189.

Fetherstonhalgh, Ralph, letter from, 282.

Fez, King of, 226.

Fiennes, see Fenys.

Finch (Fynche):
-, Sir Moile, 215.
-, Erasmus, Captain at Deal Castle, 261.

Finchampstead, (Finchiamstede), [Berks], letter dated at, 53.

Fiscal, the, 228.

Fisher, Captain Edward, letter from, 85.

Fitzgerald:
-, Gerald Fitzjames, 14th Earl of Desmond, 371.
-, Ladies Jane and Ellen, Ladies of Desmond, letter from, 373.

Fitzherbert, Mr., 140.

FitzWilliam, Sir William, letters from, 19, 97, 166, 169.
-, -, brother of, dispute with, for title of land, 97, 165.

Flackamer, Le Senior, 125.

Flanders, 6, 42, 62, 73.
-, Catholic plotting in, 227.
-, Papal Nuncio in, see Octavius.

Fleming:
-, Captain, 135.
-, Thomas, Solicitor General (Mr. Solicitor), 34, 46, 103 128.
-, -, letter from, 113.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, -, as Commissioner to enquire concerning Watson and the conspirators, letters from, see under Commissioners.
-, William, 11th Baron Slane, son of, 132.

Flint (Flyntt), Humphrey, servant of Lord Cecil, 192.
-, -, letter from, 200.

Flint, Deputy Lieutenant of, see Puleston.

Flood, , see Rogers, .

Florence, packets of letters sent to, 56.

Florence, Duke of, 77, 86.

Floyd (Floydd), Dr., a Judge Delegate, 44.
-, -, letter to, 63.

Flushing (Netherlands), 140, 356.
-, commission for, 69.
-, governor of, see Sydney.

Flyntt, see Flint.

Fontaine, M. de la, attending on M. de Rosny, 155.
-, -, letter from, 73.
-, -, letter to, 61.

Fontainebleau (Fontainebeleau), letter dated at, 61.

Forde, Richard, 261.

Foreign Princes, list of, 397.

Formand, James, a Scots merchant, 348.

Forrester , to be tried by the Lord Chief Justice, 103.

Fortescue (Fortescu, Foskew), Sir John, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 46, 85, 103.
-, -, letters from, 50, 62, 170, 171, 199.
-, -, to surrender post of chancellor of Exchequer, 94.
-, -, and the Chancellorship of the Duchy of Lancaster, 94, 100, 171.
-, -, and his brother, reported to be Papists, 217.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.

Foskew, see Fortescue.

Fotherbie, Charles, Archdeacon of Canterbury, 224.

Foulis (Foules, Fowles, Fowls, Fowle, Fowler):
-, David, afterwards Sir David, 19, 135, 165, 182, 204.
-, -, letter to, 203.
-, -, letters from, 20, 88.
-, Mr., 30, 280.
-, -, office of, in the Principality of Wales, 179.
-, Thomas, prospecting for gold, 319, 334, 335, 354.
-, William, letters from, 60, 70.
-, W., letter from, 373.
-, -, wife of, alleged slanderer of the Southwells, 388.

Fowler, Fowles, see Foulis.

Foyle, Lough [cos. Don. and Londy., Ir.], 145.

Framlingham (Framyngham) Castle [Suffolk], 4.
-, letters dated at, 41, 54.
-, papists prisoners in, 54, 66.

France, French, (Frances): 23, 27, 30, 74.
-, King of, Henry IV, 12, 19, 23, 24, 29, 78.
-, -, letter from, 32.
-, -, letter to, 225.
-, -, cost of aid to, 2.
-, -, supposed to be aiming at being King of Romans, 13, 20.
-, -, packet of, 34, 42.
-, -, and Savoy, 61.
-, -, an error in a letter addressed to him from James I, 152, 153, 154156, 163, 164.
-, -, and the English Catholics, 161, 162.
-, -, and the Pope's influence in favour of James I, 249.
-, -, and a title to the crown of England, 281, 297, 329.
-, -, alleged offer to levy forces to reduce England to Catholic obedience, 329.
-, Ambassador in Spain, 61.
-, Ambassador at the Sublime Port of Turkey, 225.
-, Ambassador in England, house of, 61.
-, -, see Harlay, Christophe de, and Rosny.
-, Ambassador in Scotland, see Maupas.
-, expenses in, 2.
-, posts of, 34.
-, diplomatic relations with James 1, 42, 77, 337.
-, Jesuits having the liberties of, 75.
-, foreign leagues with, 77.
-, fighting among, at Gravesend, 153.
-, toleration of Huguenots in, 216.
-, English piracy against, alleged by Turkey, 225, 226.
-, slaves sold in Fez., 226.
-, Catholic plotting in, 227.
-, companies in the Low Countries, 255.
-, Customs retaliation against Spain, 337, 338.
-, and goods taken by Scottish merchants, 386.
-, letters to, from Queen Anne, 390.
-, see also under Ships.

Francis (Fraunces), William, see Clerk, William.

Frauncis, Walter, Mayor of Dartmouth, letters from, 148, 170.

Frewen, Mr., a minister, 262, 263.

Frost, Captain William, 16.
-, -, letter from, 16.

Fulham Palace, letters dated from, 172, 194, 200, 227.

Fynche, see Finch.

Fynes, Sir Richard, 368.

Fyvie, Fyves, Lord, see Seton, Alexander.