Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 23, Addenda, 1562-1605. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1973.
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Nace. See Nase.
Nantes (Nants) [Loire-Infrieure,
France], 31, 33, 41, 73.
-, Henry IV goes to, 56, 57.
-, English embassy removes to, 56, 57.
-, despatches dated from, 66, 72.
-, meeting between English envoys and Henry IV at, 67.
-, feast of St. George celebrated at, 72.
-, English embassy leaves, 73.
Nantwich, Cheshire, 90.
Naples [Italy], genealogy of Kings of, 101.
Nase or Naas (Nace), co. Kildare, Ireland, 88.
Nash (Nashe), Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, place called, 8.
Nassau (Nassawe), Justinus van, natural son of William I of Orange, member of Dutch embassy to Henry IV, 21.
Nassau, Maurice, Count of, Prince
of Orange, possibility of marriage between sister of Henry
IV and, 46.
Nassau, William I of, Prince of Orange (d. 1584), mentioned, 17.
Nassawe, Justinian. See Nassau, Justinus van.
Neale, Mr, Steward of Bisley manor, complaint against, 160.
Neats Court, co. Kent, bailiwick of, 197.
Needham, Francis, of London, haberdasher, his petition, 187.
Needham, Sir Robert, of Shenton in Adderley, co. Salop, M.P. for Salop, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.
Nevill, Edward, 8th Lord Bergavenny, 74.
Nevill, Sir Henry, of Billingbear, co.
Berks, M.P. for Berkshire, his
propositions in House of
-, member of House of Commons Committees, 131, 135.
Neville, Charles, 6th Earl of Westmorland (d. 1601), mentioned, 193.
Neville, Edmund, styled Lord Latimer, cousin of Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland, petition to King, 193.
Neville, Ralph, Lord Neville of Raby, 1st Earl of Westmorland (d. 1425), mentioned, 193.
Neville, Thomas, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, 216.
Newbury, co. Berks, 168, 210. Bailiff of. See Gough, Thomas.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland, 9, 100.
-, petition from merchants of, 220.
Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Stafford, manor of, 181.
-, M.P. for. See Bowyer, Sir John.
Newcombe (Nucome), Robert, member of Clare Hall, Cambridge, his opinion of statute concerning Mastership of Clare Hall, 84.
Newgate, prison, London, petition
dated from, 112.
-, infection at, 112.
Newnham, co. Herts, 100.
Newport. See Nieuport.
Newport, co. Monmouth, plague at,
-, Vicar of. See Treherne, John.
Newport, Sir Francis, of High Ercall, Shropshire, collector of loan to King, 194.
Newport Pagnell, co. Bucks, 129.
-, parsonage of, 216.
-, manor of, 217.
-, Vicar of. See Yarrowe, Thomas.
Nicholas, Morris, of Newport, co, Monmouth, his examination, 197(2).
Nicholson, Mr. See Nicholson, George.
Nicholson, George, former English agent in Scotland, 212.
Nicholson, Thomas, of Aberdeen, Scotland, 164.
Nieuport (Newport) [Belgium], to contribute towards discharge of debts to England, 17.
Nonhaufer, Osbaldo, of Valladolid, letter to Sluderpach, 156.
Norden, John, of Walham Green, Fulham, London, topographer and surveyor, petition to Cecil, 189.
-, fen lands in, 191.
-, Escheator of. See Wakering, Sir Gilbert.
Normandy, 11, 31, 67.
Normanton, co. Yorks, provision by will of free school in, 186.
Norres Lands, [? co. Lancs], 90.
Norris, Mr. See Norris, Francis.
Norris, Lady Bridget, of Mallow, co. Cork, Ireland, widow of Sir Thomas Norris, petition to Privy Council, 189.
Norris, Francis, of Wytham, co. Berks, later 2nd Lord Norris of Rycote, accompanies Cecil to France, 22.
Norris, Sir Thomas, President of Munster (d. 1599), mentioned, 189.
North, Lord. See North, Roger.
North, Roger, 2nd Lord North, of Kirtling, co. Cambridge (d. 1600), acts as mediator in financial matter, 7.
Northampton, Dean of. See Buckeridge, John.
Northamptonshire, genealogy of the
Cecil family in, 101.
-, sheriff of, 106.
-, estreats in, 186.
Northaw, co. Herts, 100.
Northbourne (Northborn), co. Kent,
petition to Cecil from bailiff
-, 166(2), 168, 169.
Northern Dozens, cloth called, 220.
Northway, co. Gloucester, 1.
Norton, co. Herts, 100.
Nottinghamshire, estreats and issues of Greenwax in, 186.
Novy, Augustine, of London, salter, petition to Cecil, 78.
Nucome, Robert. See Newcombe, Robert.
Nugent, William, of Ireland, petition to King, 188.
Nunnington, co. Yorks, manor of, 108.
Oatlands (Otlands), co. Surrey, the Court at, 81.
O'Brien, Donough, 3rd Earl of Thomond, 215.
Ogle, Sir John, military commander in the Low Countries, reference to his letter to Cecil, 159.
Ogle, Sir Nicholas, of Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, 190.
Oldenbarneveldt, Johan van, Pensionary of Rotterdam, Grand
Pensionary of Holland, member of Dutch embassy to
Henry IV, 21.
-, Henry IV's reference to subservience of, 44.
-, Cecil's description of him as "wholy French", 46.
-, his speeches in conference with English envoys, 53, 55.
-, his commendation of Edmondes, 53.
-, 63, 64.
Oldfield, Mr. See Oldfield, Philip.
Oldfield, John, Bailiff of Spalding and Paulets in Godnow, co. Lincoln, petition to Cecil, 127.
Oldfield, Michael, son of Philip Oldfield, 80.
Oldfield, Philip, of Bradwall, Cheshire, involved in dispute
over lands at Croxton, 80.
-, his son. See Oldfield, Michael.
Oldingborge. See Aardenburg.
Oldsworth, Joseph (? auditor,] of co. Wilts, 170.
Omland, alias Friesland [Netherlands], 18.
O'Neill, Hugh, 3rd Earl of Tyrone, 87, 88, 123, 163.
O'Neill, Shane, son of Con Bacagh O'Neill, 1st Earl of Tyrone, (d. 1567), reference to his attainder, 123.
Onslowe, Thomas, of Baschurch, Shropshire (d. 1604), 155 and n.
Orange, Prince of. See Nassau, William of.
Orange, Eleonora of Bourbon, Princess of, wife of Philip William, Prince of Orange, Cecil pays courtesy call on, 62n.
Ordnance, Master of the, 178.
Oriel College, Oxford, 190.
Orleans [Loiret, France], English
embassy arrives in, 34.
-, Governor of. See La Chtre,
-, Governor of district of. See Marcoucys.
Ormod, Earl of. See Butler, Thomas.
Ormond, Earl of. See Butler, Thomas.
Orrell, Richard, of Pymms, Edmonton, co. Middlesex, petition to Cecil, 176.
Osmaston, co. Derby, 89.
Ossory, Upper, Leinster, Ireland,
-, Lord of. See Fitzpatrick, Florence.
Ostend [Belgium], reference to
abortive peace talks at, 12,
-, siege plan of, 159.
-, English officers killed at siege of, 183 and n.
Ostergo, Friesland [Netherlands], 18.
Otlands. See Oatlands.
d'Ouchy (Auchye), Eustache de Conflans, Vicomte, Governor of St. Quentin, complains about the condition of garrison and town, 31.
Ouistreham (Esterham, Estreataon)
[Calvados, France], English
envoys request ships to be
sent to, 48.
-, English embassy embarks for England at, 74.
Overall, John, Dean of St. Paul's, London, 184.
Over Letton, co. Hereford, manor of, 96.
Owen, Justice. See Owen, Thomas.
Owen, Jane, daughter of Richard Owen, reference to her petition, 128.
Owen, Lewis, Sergeant of the King's Larder, 128.
Owen, Richard, of Coedana (Coedaney), co. Anglesea, deceased, mentioned, 128.
Owen, Thomas, Justice of the Common Pleas (d. 1598), 81.
Owens, Cadwallader, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, signs testimonial to Lister, 191.
Owsley or Ousley, William, of Shepton Beauchamp, co. Somerset, clerk, petition to Cecil, 206.
Oxcliffe, co. Lancs, 90.
Oxenbridge, Sir Robert, of Hurstborne Priors, co. Hants, M.P. for Southampton, member of House of Commons Committees, 132, 135.
Oxford, Dean of. See King, John.
Oxford, Earl of. See Vere, Henry de.
Oxford, University of, provision by
will of fellowships and scholarships at, 186.
-, Christ Church, 162.
-, Oriel College, 190.