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Index: Q, R

Pages 550-554

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 22, 1612-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1971.

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Queen Street, London, letter dated from, 313.

Queen's (Quenes) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, in Earl of Salisbury's possession, 140.
-, spoliation at, 237.

Questor, Geoffrey (Geffrey), gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 25.

Quickswood (Quixwood, Quxwood), co. Herts, 34, 165, 323, 426, 457(2).
-, letters dated from, 166, 201, 202, 215.
-, Earl of Salisbury's election directive to freeholders of, 205.

Quinton (Quynton) Meadow, near Evesham, co. Worcester, 378.

Quixwood. See Quickswood.

Quxwood. See Quickswood.

R

Raby, Francis, of Westhall, co. Suffolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 189.

Radcliffe, Sir George, member of the Irish Council, 272, 279.

Radcliffe, Robert, 5th Earl of Sussex, 210.

Radford, Arthur, of Dewlish, co. Dorset, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 196.
-, recommends dismissal of Sherfield, 196.

Radford, Francis, of Dewlish, co. Dorset, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 196.
-, recommends Fussell for employment, 196.

Radford, Captain, in charge of foot company in Dorset, 354.

Radway (Redwaye), co. Devon, manor of, 37.

Radwell, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Rainbow (Raynebow), Earl of Salisbury's race-horse called, 334.

Rainfford, Henry. See Raynford, Henry.

Rainsborough, Colonel. See Rainsborough, Thomas.

Rainsborough, Thomas, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.
-, his appointment to command Navy bitterly criticised in tract called New Magna Charta, 409.

Ralegh, Sir Walter, military and naval commander, and author, letter to Queen, 40.
-, letters to Winwood, 60(2).
-, 164.

Rammey Reach. See Rommey Reach.

Ramsay, William, 1st Earl of Dalhousie, signs joint letter to English Peers at York, 322.

Randall, , mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 99.

Ranston. See Rawstone Tarrant.

Ratline, Mr [? apothecary], 166.

Raunce. See Raunds.

Raunds (Raunce), co. Northants, 194.

Rawlins. See Rawlins, Giles.

Rawlins, Giles, in the service of the Earl of Somerset, examined at the trial of Anne Turner, 22.

Rawson, John, lessee of corn mills at Hatfield, co. Herts, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 105.

Rawston Stubbs. See Stubb's Coppice.

Rawstone Tarrant (Ranston), co. Dorset, 140.

Ray, George, farmer of the rectory of Starston, co. Norfolk, sues Smyth for non-payment of tithes, 48.
-, sues Aldous and Marton for non-payment of tithes, 116.

Raylton. See Raylton, William.

Raylton, William, solicitor to the Earl of Strafford, 316.

Raymond, William [? of Chard, co. Somerset], letter to Mayr, 177.

Rayne, co. Essex, marriage jointure of Lady Anne Cecil to include manor of, 178.

Raynford (Rainfford), Henry, vicar of Hatfield, co. Herts, 59.

Read (Reade), Alexander, physician, attends Earl of Suffolk, 195.

Reade, Dr. See Read, Alexander.

Reade, Stephen, a messenger of the Chamber attending the Great Seal, warrant issued to, 87.

Reade or Reed, William, of Lugwardine, co. Hereford, 235.

Recorder, Mr. See Finch, Heneage.

Redbourn (Redborne), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Redereth. See Rotherhithe.

Redmayne, Robert, Chancellor of the Diocese of Lincoln, writs of prohibition directed to, 15, 18(2), 19, 32, 38, 39, 48, 51, 53(2), 54, 57, 78(2), 83, 84, 116, 135, 137, 153, 164, 166, 168, 176(2), 177, 178(3), 186, 189(2), 191, 192.

Redrith. See Rotherhithe.

Redwaye. See Radway.

Reed (Reede), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Reformadoes, The, impose contributions, 377.
-, theft of cattle by, 379.

Reseigh, Roger, Mayor of Marazion, co. Cornwall, 144.

Reynolds, Nathaniel, yeoman, of Morley, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 57.

Reynolds, Thomas, Steward to the Earl of Salisbury, 459.

Rh, Isle of (Ile de R) [CharenteInfrieure, France], Duke of Buckingham's expedition to, 231.

Rheinberg (Rinsberke) [North Rhine, Germany], 128.

Rhine, River, Ansbach's troops move to cross, 121.
-, Spinola's movements across, 128.
-, Spinola said to be on defensive on, 133.

Ribar, Sir George. See Rivers, Sir George.

Rich (Riche), Sir Henry, later 1st Earl of Holland, son of Robert Rich, Earl of Warwick, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, solicits Captaincy of Yeomen of the Guard, 45, 48(2), 49, 53 and n., 55, 56.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 48, 213(2).
-, signs marriage contract between Prince Charles and Henrietta Maria, 200.
-, 210, 211, 213.
-, apologizes for challenging Lord Weston to a duel, 274.

Rich (Riche), Nathaniel, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.
-, 395.

Rich, Sir Robert, later 2nd Earl of Warwick, 11, 287.

Richardson, Serjeant. See Richardson, Thomas.

Richardson, (Sir) Thomas, Serjeantat-law, later Speaker of the House of Commons and Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, acts for the defence at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 100, 101, 102, 103, 107.
-, ordered by King to concentrate on three important matters, 155.

Richaut, Peter, merchant, of London, Knights of the Garter to order new robes from velvets sold by, 294.

Riche, Colonel. See Rich, Nathaniel.

Richelieu [Indre-et-Loire, France], Viscount Cranborne and Robert Cecil visit, 288.

Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal, signs marriage contract between Prince Charles and Henrietta Maria, 200.

Richfoucault, Cardinal of. See La Rochefoucault.

Rickmansworth, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Rider, Captain. See Ryder, William.

Ridge, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Ridgeway, Lord. See Ridgeway, Thomas.

Ridgeway, Thomas, 1st Baron Ridgeway, Treasurer at War of Ireland, mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 107.

Ridlands [? Redelands], co. Northumberland, manor of, 430.

Rinsberke. See Rheinberg.

Ripon, co. Yorks, negotiations between English and Scottish Treaty Commissioners at, 323(3), 324, 325, 326, 327, 328.
-, King proposes to transfer negotiations to York from, 323, 324.
-, letter dated from, 325.
-, King agrees to removal of negotiations to London from, 327(2).
-, Earl of Salisbury's expenses as one of Treaty Commissioners at, 334.

Ripton, co. Huntingdon, 56.

Rislipp. See Ruislip.

Rivers (Ribar), Sir George, of Peckhams, Hadlow, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Roane, Dr. See Roane, William.

Roane, William, commissionary for Archdeaconry of Buckinghamshire, articles of inquiry into gratuities given to, 365.

Roaper. See Roper.

Robert, Prince. See Rupert, Prince.

Robert, , in the service of Mr Sillis, dies of plague, 208.

Roberts, Captain. See Roberts, Thomas.

Roberts (Robart), George, of Moatlands, Brenchley, co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.

Roberts, John, musician, of Westminster, petitions Lord Chamberlain to be appointed a King's musician, 17.

Roberts, Sir Thomas, of Glassenbury, Cranbrooke, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Roberts, Thomas, Captain, Parliamentary commander, expenses of quartering his troopers, 376, 378(2).

Roberts, , a priest, his letters read in the House of Commons, 360.

Robin Hood's Pennyworth, Theobalds Park, co. Herts, pales illegally sold at, 152.

Robinson, Thomas, Crown lessee at Enfield Chase, holds lease of fishing at Rommey Reach, 411.

Rochelle (La) [Charente-Infrieure, France], paper imported from, 115.
-, arrival in Mount Bay of warships of, 246.

Rochester, Lord. See Carr, Robert.

Rockbourne (Rockborne, Rockburne), co. Hants, 383, 458.

Rockburne. See Rockbourne.

Rockill, , 175.

Rockingham, co. Northants, 380, 385 demolition of castle of, 380. garrison of, 380.

Rod and the Spur, The, Temple Bar, London, 46.

Rodamontados, The, political verses, 243.

Roe, Sir Thomas, English envoy to the Mogul Emperor, conveys King's greetings to the Great Mogul, 114.

Roe, Mr, of Brenchley, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.

Roe, , executed for murder by poison in the reign of Henry VIII, 20.

Roebotham (Robotham), Mr, in the service of Lord Clifford, 275, 279.

Rogers, Mr. See Rogers, Richard.

Rogers, Mrs. See Rogers, Mary.

Rogers, Andrew, of Rushton, co. Dorset, 229.

Rogers, Mr [? Francis Rogers, of Dartford], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Rogers, Mary, of St. Clement Danes, London, 30, 31.

Rogers, Richard, of Bryanston, near Blandford, co. Dorset, his death, 375.

Rogers, Walter, a tenant to Earl of Salisbury at Rushton, co. Dorset, allowed abatement of rent because of losses through war, 388.

Rohan, Henri, Duc de, detained in prison, 168.

Rolls, Master of the. See Caesar, Sir Julius.

Roman Catholic League (of Germany), 122.
-, preparing to attack United Provinces, 192.

Roman Catholics, Estates of Bohemia prepared to concede toleration to, 94.
-, liberal attitude of James I towards, 180, 181.
-, Prince Charles's reference to the liberty to be shortly given to, 181.
-, to be disarmed in event of Spanish invasion of England, 221.
-, House of Commons forbids possession of weapons by, 360.

Rome [Italy], 94.
-, no dispensation for AngloSpanish marriage come from, 175.

Rommey (Rammey) Reach, Enfield Chase, co. Middlesex, 411.

Roos, Lord. See Manners, John.

Roos, Lady. See Manners, Anne.

Roos, John. See Rose, John.

Roper (Roaper), Sir Anthony, of Farningham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Roper (Roaper), Edward, of Eltham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Roper (Rooper) [? Sir John Roper of Linsted], co. Kent, his estate valued at 2000, 14.

Roper (Rouper), Thomas, in the service of the Earl of Salisbury, 7.

Roper (Roaper), Sir William, of Eltham, co. Kent, his estate valued, 14.

Rose (Roos), John, Rector of Aylmerton, co. Norfolk, sues Palmer for non-payment of tithes, 51.

Rose, The, inn, Cursitors' Alley, Chancery Lane, London, 453.

Rosell Edge. See Russell's Edge.

Ross, Bishop of. See Maxwell, John.

Rossiter, Colonel. See Rossiter, Edward.

Rossiter, Edward, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, 380.

Rotherhithe (Redereth, Redrith), co. Surrey, 15, 37.

Rothes, Earl of. See Leslie, John.

Rouen [Seine-Infrieure, France], 121.
-, Louis XIII takes over old palace of, 124.
-, Viscount Cranborne and Robert Cecil visit, 288.

Rougham, co. Suffolk, 16.

Roundhedge, Court of, to be revived in Enfield Chase, 10.
-, charges against, and defence of, 139.

Rouper, Thomas. See Roper, Thomas.

Rowe, Sir Thomas, diplomatist, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 294.

Rowles, Arthur, a preservator of the Forest of Dean, 401.

Rowley [? John Rowley, of Barkway, co. Herts], Clerk of the Peace, 86, 87.

Roxborough, Lady. See Ker, Jane.

Roxbrough, Lord. See Ker, Robert.

Royal Charles (Charls), The, Viscount Cranborne serves on, 452.

Royden, Philip, petition to Ellesmere, 43.

Roydon, co. Essex, 255.

Roysagade, Mr, tutor to Edward Cecil, 459.

Royston (Roysterne), co. Herts, letters dated from, 53, 197.
-, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.
-, letter dated from Court at, 154.
-, horse racing at, 166.

Ruardean (Ruardeane), Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester, 401.

Ruddocke, William, of High Littleton, co. Somerset, letter to Collins, 392.

Rudolph II, Emperor (d. 1612), repudiated as King of Bohemia, 92.

Rudyard, Sir Benjamin, Surveyor of the King's Liveries, and M.P. for Wilton, his speech in Parliament, 330.
-, appeals for understanding between King and Parliament, 331.

Rudyard, James, of Brigstock, co. Northants, 194.

Ruislip (Rislipp), co. Middlesex, manor of, 458.

Rupert (Robert), Prince, nephew of Charles I, Royalist general, conducts Queen to the North, 374.
-, reports to House of Commons on naval events, 454.

Rushden (Rusden), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Rushmore Walk, co. Wilts, 41, 44.
-, benefits enjoyed by Keeper of, 46.
-, Keeper of. See Hawles, Edward.

Rushton (Tarrant Rushton), co. Dorset, coppices within parish of, 140.
-, 229, 374.
-, complaint of tenants at, 237.
-, damage and plunder by Royalist and Parliamentary forces at, 387, 388, 393.
-, letter dated from, 394.

Russell, Anne, wife of William Russell, 5th Earl of Bedford, 439.

Russell, Francis, 4th Earl of Bedford, Goring reveals conspiracy against Parliament to, 358.

Russell, Thomas, an inventor, discovers method of making copper by dissolution by water, 202, 203.

Russell, William, later 5th Earl of Bedford, 277.

Russell, Mr, wins wager from Viscount Cranborne over performance of watches, 395.

Russell. See Russell, William.

Russell's (Rosell) Edge, Forest of Dean, co. Gloucester, 401.

Russia, reference to proposal that Sir Thomas Overbury be sent as envoy to, 20.

Rutland, Countess of. See Manners, Frances.

Rutland, Earl of. See Manners, Thomas; Manners, Francis.

Rydall, Edward, 188.

Ryder (Rider), William, Captain, 430, 449.

Ryves, Captain, in charge of foot company in Dorset, 354.