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Index: C, D, E

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Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8, January-July 1535. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1885.

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C.D.E.

C.

Cace, , 1081.

Cadiz, 744.

-, letter dated at, 1051.

-, the justice of, 1051.

Caernarvon. See Carnarvon.

Cagliari (Caiar), in Sardinia, 972, 1053.

Cake, , chaplain to Shaxton, bp. of Sarum, 767.

Calais (Calles), 15, 345, 45, 47, 95, 98, 103, 110, 1189, 147, 172, 1756, 178, 211, 232, 252, 309, 324, 3413, 345, 352, 36970, 378, 389, 391, 398, 404, 40910, 419, 4223, 433, 4434, 475, 4879, 5012, 5167, 5267, 531, 541, 545, 548, 550, 557, 573, 5901, 605, 607, 665, 6701, 681, 6856, 701, 708, 726, 741, 7523, 757, 760, 765, 773, 786, 7934, 796, 798, 8267, 829, 837 (p. 321), 876, 884, 8912, 898, 9023, 90910, 912, 927, 938, 948, 985 (p. 389), 1002, 1012, 10178, 10278, 1055, 1074, 1077, 1083, 1085, 10903, 11023, 1105, 1118, 1134:App. 1179 (pp. 473, 475, 477):g. 149 (35), 291 (52, 55, 56), 632 (15, 16), 802 (1, 20).

-, letters dated at, 12, 120, 1367, 162, 181, 204, 225, 252, 279, 347, 368, 437, 464, 505, 549, 559, 578, 668, 681, 816, 823, 829, 926, 977, 1055, 1091.

-, articles for, 794.

-, commission of sewers for, 45, 118, 178, 252.

-, commissioners at, 516, 757, 794 1083, 1085, 1099, 11023.

-, -, letter to, 794.

-, diet or interview of French and English commissioners (deputies) at (French:Brion, Genouillac, Poyet, and Bochetel. English:Norfolk, Fitzwilliam, and Foxe), 3413, 475, 5012, 557, 590, 606, 663, 666 (pp. 250, 253), 686, 7501, 7934, 826, 874, 904, 90910, 912, 938, 948, 985 (p. 389), 1012, 1044, 1105, 1118.

-, Exchequer of, 12.

-, Exchequer books of, 1093.

-, friars of, 677.

-, places in or near:

Beauchamp Tower, 681.

Buildings at, 5267.

Dickelond (Dycckelond), 252, 591.

Dyvelyn Tower, 681.

Freemen's bank, 252 (2).

Froyton parish, 12.

Hammes. See under H.

Lantern Gate or North Gate, 179, 458.

-, hospital of sisters without, 437, 458.

Marches of, 252:g. 149 (35), 291 (556), 481 (30).

-, a vacant benefice in, 176.

Mark. See under M.

Meane Broke, the, 225:App. 1179 (p. 476).

Nele parish, 12.

Newenham Bridge, 681.

Oye. See under O.

Pitham 12.

Port of Calais, 175:g. 291 (35).

Prison on the walls, 368, 54950.

St. Nicholas' church, 865 (p. 339).

Sandgate, 120.

Sandingfield (lands late in the tenure of Sand Ingfelde), 12, 400.

Sandingfield Abbey, 829.

-, master of, 829.

Shentercase, 10.

Staple of, 147.

Staple Inn, 334, 377, 422, 438, 444, 489, 516.

Walls, the, 681. See also Prison on the Walls.

Whitesand, 120.

Wingfield's marsh (marris) or Mainbroke, 12, 757, 930.

Works at, 136, 1077:App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, officers, &c. in:

Auditor of. See Broke, Thos.

Commissary of, 120, 607.

Comptroller of. See Howard, lord Edm.

Constables of, 120.

Council of, 120, 137, 225, 324, 368, 437, 54950, 559, 930, 10923, 1134.

-, letter from, 930.

-, clerk of. See Rogers, Thos.

Deputy of. See Lisle, lord.

Deputy, mayor and eschevins, letter to, 1055.

Knight-porter of. See Palmer, Sir Thos.

Lieutenant of the castle. See Wallop, Sir John.

Marshal of, 120. See Ryngeley, Sir Edw., also Grenville, Sir Ric.

The marshal's court, 1093.

Mayor of, 120, 549, 741, 884, 10923:g. 149 (35).

Ministers of, 147.

Porter of. See Palmer, Sir Thos.

Searcher of, g. 291 (35).

Secretary of, 162.

Soldier of, a, 796.

Surveyor of. See Lelegrave, Wm.

Vice-treasurer of. See Fowler, Robt.

Vintners of, 120.

Water-bailiff of. See Cokeson, John.

Calceby, Linc., g. 962 (27).

Caldbeck (Coldbek), Cumb., 1133.

Caldwich, priory of, g. 892 (20).

Calis, Hanse van, 1055.

Callarde, Mr., 208.

-, Ric., 478.

Calne, Thos. See Stanley, abbot of.

Calton, Thos., 478

Calveley, (Chesh.) 496 (2).

Calverley, , 281 (2).

Camarin. See Camerino.

Camberwell (Camerwell), Surr., vicar of. See Fayrwall, John.

-, -, his brother, See Fayrwall, Gregory.

Cambray (Camerick), 807, 1071, 1151.

Cambray, treaty of, 273, 433.

Cambridge, 727, 859 (23), 865 (p. 339), 933, 1036:g. 149 (57), 291 (4, 31, 39).

-, letters dated at, 107, 135, 507, 571 577, 615, 714, 727, 828, 10667.

-, corporation of, letter to, 1036.

-, mayor of, g 149 (57). See Thompson, Edw.

-, Black Friars, Dr. Bockenam, late prior of, 1151.

-, -, -, one of his brethren, 1151.

-, Dolphin Gate, 727.

-, Nutlane or Plutlane, St. Benet's parish, g. 291 (4).

-, St. Clement's, vicar of. See Bassett, Martin.

-, the "Pump" tavern, 727.

-, University of, 127, 710, 983, 1036.

-, -, letters from the, 10667.

-, -, scholars of, 865 (p. 33940), 983.

-, -, vice-chancellor of, g. 149 (57).

-, -, vice-chancellor and scholars, 1036.

-, -, the King's visitors at, 983.

-, -, Christ's College, 571, 577.

-, -, -, letter from, 577.

-, -, -, master of. See Lockwood, Hen.

-, -, Corpus Christi College, 360:g. 291 (3, 4).

-, -, -, acknowledgment of the Supremacy by, 360.

-, -, -, master of. See Sowde, Wm.

-, -, Jesus College, 507.

-, -, King's College, 714, 828, 859 (p. 334 n.):g. 291 (4).

-, -, -, letter from, 714.

-, -, -, provost of. See Foxe, Edw.

-, -, King's Hall, 107, 615.

-, -, -, master and fellows of, 107.

-, -, Peter House, 933.

-, -, -, master of. See Edmonds, Dr.

-, -, St. Catharine's Hall, 637.

-, -, St. John's College, 859 (p. 334 n).

Cambridgeshire, g. 149 (57).

Camerarius, Joachim, letters to, 36, 375.

Camerick. See Cambray.

Camerino (Camarin), in Italy, 17, 145, 579, 713, 8067, 972.

Camerino, duchy of, 233, 498.

Camerino (Guidobaldo da Ruvere), duke of, 117, 251 (p. 96).

Camerino, Julia Varana, duchess of, 17.

Camerino, the duchesses of (i.e., Julia Varana, wife of Guidobaldo, son of the Duke of Urbino, and her mother Catharine, widow of John Mary Varana, late duke of Camerino), 1035.

Camfer. See Campvere.

Camillus, , 762.

Campbell (Camwell, Champuel) [Sir] John [of the Scotch Privy Council], App. 1176, 1178 (pp. 4678, 471).

-, -, letter to, App. 1176.

Campeggio, Laurence, cardinal, bp. of Salisbury (deprived 1534), 48 (p. 17), 51, 777, 1096:g. 149 (26), 632 (1), 1158 (7).

-, -, letter from, 51.

Campensis, John, letter from, 883.

Campion, Edw., 563.

Campvere (Camfer). See Veere.

Camwell. See Campbell.

Canaletto, , a Venetian admiral, 542.

Candishe. See Cavendish.

Candler, Robt., 175.

Candysshe. See Cavendish.

Canivet (Canyvet), Nich., Albany's secretary, 116, 429 (p. 168), 430, 502, 1153 ij.

Cansfelde, Rob., 1008.

Cantell, , 1074.

Canterbury, 174 (?), 388, 410:g. 149 (40).

-, letters dated at, 28, 732.

-, a doctor of the monks of, 386 (2).

-, Arthur, a grey friar of, 480.

-, mayor of, g. 149 (40).

-, Christchurch, Thos. Goldwell, prior of, 814, 613:App. 1179 (p. 476).

-, St. Augustine's, abbot of, App. 1179 (p. 476).

-, St. Gregory without, 31.

-, -, John, prior of, 31 (Sig).

-, St. Thomas' shrine at, 480.

Canterbury, abp. of. See Cranmer, Thomas.

-, -, jurisdiction of, 705.

-, abpric., 567 (p. 215).

-, -, court of audience of, 705.

-, archdeacon of. See Cranmer, Edm.

Capel, Mr., 865 (p. 339).

Capell, Sir Giles, g. 149 (36).

-, Hen., g. 149 (79).

Capello (Capellius, Capelli), Carlo, Venetian ambassador, 199, 234, 579, 672 713, 801, 1156:g. 291 (37).

-, -, letter from, 199.

-, -, his handwriting, 234.

Capello, Vincentio, 899.

Caplyng, Ric., signature of, 864.

Capon, John, bishop of Bangor. See Salcot.

-, Dr., brother of the bp. of Bangor and his vicar-general, 307.

-, John, denizen, 478.

Capone, , of Florence, 88.

Capua, Nic. Schomberg, abp. of, cardinal (20 May 1535), 742, 786, 875, 1052, 1121.

Caracciolo, Martin, prothonotary, cardinal (20 May 1535), 742, 8067. See also Mercurio.

Cardiff (Kaerdiff), S. Wales, chancellor of. See Herbart, Will.

Cardiff (Kerdiff) castle, letter dated at, 529.

Cardinals, creation of, 742, 777, 787.

Care. See Cary.

Carell, John, g. 149 (81).

Carew, Sir Nic., master of the horse (Grand Esquire), 61, 174 (p. 61), 390, 596, 826, 902:g. 149 (74).

-, -, letters from, 596, 902.

-, -, his chaplain, 596.

Carew (Carewe), lady, 239.

-, Francis, 239.

-, John, g. 149 (25).

-, Thos., g. 149 (25).

-, Sir Will., 538.

-, Wymond, g. 1158 (4).

Carington, John, g. 149 (70).

Carleton, , 456.

-, Robt., 888 (2).

-, Wm., 888 (2).

Carlisle, 310, 892, 1030 (2):g. 481 (5), 632 (18).

-, mayor of, 1030 (2).

-, castle of, captain of, 1030 (2), 1041.

Carlisle Priory, 310, 1041.

Carlisle, John Kite, bp. of, 190, 235, 475, 486, 869, 919, 1041.

-, -, letter from, 486.

-, -, his lands, 1041.

Carlow (Catherlagh), county in Ireland, 60, 881.

Carlow ("Cartlagh") town, 226.

Carlyon, Ric., g. 634 (4).

Carmynowe, John, g. 149 (50).

-, Nich., g. 149 (50).

Carnaby, Sir Reynold, 80, 100, 255, 266, 1143.

-, -, letter from, 80.

Carnaby, Wm., sheriff of Northumberland, 1030 (3).

Carnarvon, 644 (2):g. 149 (32).

Carne, Hoell, g. 149 (69).

-, Rog., g. 291 (51).

Carnis, Hen., 889.

Carowe Priory, by Norwich, 3178, 414:App. 1179 (pp. 4756).

-, prioress of (ob. 1535), 3178:App. 1179 (pp. 4756).

Carr, Ralph, 457.

-, Mrs., widow of Ralph, 457.

Carry Coyttes. See Cary Coats.

Carsidoni, Ant., 1068:g. 481 (22).

Carsley, Dr., 254:App. 1179 (p. 477).

Carter, , 1061.

-, John, 865 (p. 339):g. 1158 (35).

-, Thos., 1101:g. 149 (52).

-, Will., armourer, g. 149 (17).

Cartewreke, Will., g. 149 (54).

Carthage, 1053.

Carthusians, the (or Charterhouse monks), 565, 609, 61114, 659, 661, 6634, 666, 683, 726, 751, 786, 801 (p. 302), 807, 837, 846, 856 (29), 874, 886, 895, 904, 932, 999, 1011, 1043, 1075, 1096, 1105.

-, provincial of, 739.

-, trial of, 609.

Cartlagh. See Carlow.

Cary (Care), Henry, afterwards lord Hunsdon, called "young master Care," son of Mary Boleyn the Queen's sister, 567.

Cary Coats (Carry Coyttes), Nthld., 1030 (3).

Casale, Sir Gregory da, 17, 233, 251, 263 (p. 104), 399, 498, 523, 7123, 747, 777, 8068, 813, 948 (pp. 3723), 972, 10523, 1061, 11212, 1144.

-, -, letters from, 17, 251, 498, 7123, 747, 777, 8068, 813, 972, 10523, 1121,

-, -, letter to, 523.

Casale (Cassal, Cassalius), John-Baptist da, brother of Sir Gregory, prothonotary, Henry VIII.'s ambassador in Venice, 17, 91, 233 (p. 92), 672, 713, 726, 8078, 874, 948 (p. 872), 972, 1018, 1052, 1121 (p. 440):App. 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letter to, 91 i.

Case, John, cook, letter from, 1007.

Cassel, in Germany, 36, 375.

Cassel (in Flanders), G. de Theimseke, provost of, Imperial ambassador in England (in 1526 and 1528), 48 (p. 16).

Cassydony. See Carsidoni.

Castell, John, g. 1158 (2).

-, Thos., g. 149 (38).

Castelman, John, jun., 1064.

Castelnau, Anthony, bishop of Tarbes (15349), nephew of card. Grammont, 753, 896, 948 (p. 373), 1012, 1018. 11045.

Castile, 901.

Castle Assheby Northt., g. 481 (33).

-, Thos. Leson, rector of, g. 481 (33).

Castle Barnard, Durham, g. 291 (5).

-, Galoclose in, g. 291 (5).

Castle Eaton, Wilts, g. 802 (3).

Catelyn, Ric., 169.

Caterall, , 991.

Catesby, Ric., 1119.

Catherlagh. See Carlow.

Cathern, John, letter from, 146.

Catlyns Court, prebend in St. Paul's, 1059. [This is apparently the prebend of Kentish Town, which Layton certainly held.]

Catren, lade. See Katharine of Arragon.

Catsadyable, Turkish captain, 1155.

Cattle, 350, 842.

Caundish. See Cavendish.

Caunton, Mr., 208.

Cauresland (qu. Cawns, in Montgomeryshire?), 509 ii.

Cave, Anthony, 938.

-, Thos., g. 149 (46).

Cavendish (Caundish, &c.), Ric., 189 (p. 73, gentleman "sent to Denmark,"), 418, 510, 527, 653, 888 ii., 913, 1018 ("a gentleman"), 1063, 1065, 10778, 1105 ("two persons"), 110911, 1148:App. 1162, 1165, 1176.

-, -, letters from, 418, 510, 111011,

-, -, Wm., g. 149 (49), 481 (15).

Cavendish (Cavendysshe, Candyssh, Caundisshe, Candiss), Geo., g. 149 (54).

Cawe mills, near Berwick 917.

Cawood (Cawod) 869.

-, letters dated at, 2, 3, 32, 67, 128.

Cecill, David, 888 ii.:g. 149 (51).

Cecilla. See Sicily.

Cerne, Dors., 148.

-, Thos. Corton, abbot of, 148.

Ch-, Mr., 856 (v.).PAGE

Chabot, admiral Philip. See Brion, sieur de.

Chalcote, Walter, g. 149 (53).

Chaloner (Challoner), Robt., 754, 984, 9924, 1046:g. 149 (72), 802 (8).

-, -, letter from, 992.

-, -, signature of, 754.

Chalons, 472.

Chamber, Edw., g. 149 (74), 291 (41).

Chamber, Apostolic, auditor of. See Ghinucci, Jerome.

Chamberlain of North Wales. See Norris.

-, (of the Household). See Sandes, lord.

Chamberlain, Mr., 348.

-, Sir Edward, letter from, 428.

-, (Chamberleyn), Leonard, 586.

Chambre, Philip de la, maternal brother of the duke of Albany (son of Anne de la Tour, Albany's mother, by her second husband), cardinal (1583), 212.

Chamley, serjeant. See Cholmeley.

-, Mr., 478.

Chamond (Chamound), Sir John, 205, 224, 573:g. 149 (50), 1158 (4).

Champeneis. See Champneys.

Champernon, Sir Philip, g. 149 (58), g. 802 (10, 11).

Champion, Mr., Cranmer's chaplain, 704.

Champneys (Champeneis), Sir John, mayor of London, 478, 1047, 1097:g. 149 (42).

Champuel. See Campbell.

Chancellor, lord. See Audeley, sir Thomas.

Chancery, 370, 538, 573, 768, 936, 1016:g. 632 (30).

-, sealer or signer in, g. 481 (9).

Chandler, , 211.

-, Walter, 1089:g. 149 (33).

Channey, Maurice, monk of the Charter House, 886 (4).

Chanseler, Marg., 196.

Chapel, the, 128.

Chapel Forden, in Wales, 509 ii.

Chapman, Robt., 491, 528, 727.

-, -, letters from, 491, 727.

Chapuys, Eustace, ambassador of Charles V., letters from, 1, 48, 121, 189, 263, 290, 327, 355, 42931, 5012, 556, 590, 666, 683 7501, 807, 8267, 876, 9489, 101819, 1044, 11056, 1140.

-, -, letters to, 18, 182, 200, 272, 629, 684, 697, 780.

-, -, other references to, 99, 147, 270 (pp: 1078), 273, 432, 439, 514, 677, 697 (2), 746, 782, 786, 904, 1012, 1061, 1075, 1104, 1123, 1125, App. 1172, 1178 (p. 470).

-, -, a former servant of, 1 (p. 1).

Charecombe, Dorset, g. 149 (34).

Charelton. See Charlton.

Charlemenil, letter dated at, 726.

Charles V., the emperor ("Csar"), letters from, 8, 18, 19, 37, 99, 182, 2713, 286, 433 (2), 561, 629, 6978, 780, 782, 905, 1035.

-, -, letters to, 1, 48, 121, 140, 189, 258, 263, 3267, 355, 429, 439, 501, 514, 556, 590, 666, 750, 826, 830, 890, 948, 1018, 1044, 1105.

-, -, other references to, 9, 33 (1, 2), 36, 38, 117, 132, 143, 145, 162, 173 (see Errata), 174 (p. 59), 1856, 198, 217 (p. 83), 251 (p. 96), 270, 279, 324, 338 n., 339 (2), 340, 844, 356, 373, 375, 380, 392, 399, 4301, 433, 449, 459, 471, 498, 502, 511, 535, 542, 635, 669, 672, 683, 713, 725, 739, 7445, 751, 753, 760, 7923, 8067, 827, 831, 8746, 899, 901, 904, 949, 972, 1019, 10513, 1055, 1060, 1071, 1095, 111516, 11201, 11445, 1151, 1155:App. 1172, 1178 (pp.463, 467, 470), 1179 (p. 473).

-, -, a chaplain of, 744.

-, -, his council of state, 143.

-, -, his court, 1019.

-, -, his daughter. See Mary.

-, -, an archer of his guard, 279.

-, -, master of his household (Mayordomo mayor). See Roeulx, count de.

-, -, ambassadors with:

English. See Pate, Ric.

French. See Vely, sieur de.

Papal nuncio. See Fossumbrone M. di. of Ferdinand, 972.

Venetian, 876.

-, -, his expedition to Tunis ("armada," "navy," &c.), 535, 579, 635, 672, 683 (p. 258), 697, 8067, 874, 1018, 1053, 11201, 1145, 1155.

Charles, Mr., 618.

Charlton (Charelton), near Dover, 96.

Charterhouse. See under London.

Charterhouse monks. See Carthusians.

Chartiers, in France, 33.

Chaundler. See Chandler.

Chauntrell, Rob., g. 149 (46).

Chaver (qu. la Fere?), letter dated at, 986.

Chawry, Marg., prioress of Chesthunt, 612.

Checheley. See Chicheley.

Chelchehithe. See Chelsea.

Chelmsford, 625:g. 481 (23).

Chelsea (Chelchchithe), 974 iv., 1101:g. 962 (10).

Chelynton, letter dated at, 619.

Cheney, Mr., 618.

Chepax. See Kippax.

Cheriton. See Cheryton.

Chertesey, Robt., 478.

Cherybear, Devon, g. 802 (10).

Cheryton, John, 83, 88, 118, 1051.

-, -, letter from, 1051.

Cheseman, Rob., 129:g. 149 (41).

Cheshire, 1001:g. 149 (70).

Chesholme (Chesolme), John, 131, 333.

-, -, letter from, 131.

Cheshunt (Chesthunt), Herts, letter dated at, 183.

-, prioress of, 612.

Cheslaunder wood, Hinton, Glouc., g. 633 (1).

Chesolme. See Chesholme.

Chester (or Westchester), 716, 1001 (3), 1124:g. 632 (5).

-, letter dated at, 348.

-, castle of, 22 (2 ii., see Errata).

-, archdeaconry of, 496 (2).

-, archdeacon of, 496 (1, 2).

-, diooese of (i.e., Lichfield and Coventry), 4967, 955.

-, bishop of. See Lee, Roland.

Chesthunt. See Cheshunt.

Chetwin, Will., g. 291 (55).

Cheyney, Sir John, g. 149 (53).

-, Laurence, 577.

-, (Cheyne) Sir Thos., 356:App. 1179 (p. 476):g. 149 (40).

-, -, letter from, 356.

Chicheley, Mr., 888 ii.

-(Checheley), Thos., g. 149 (57).

Chichester, 289, 530:g. 149 (81).

-, letters dated at, 391, 530.

-, mayor of, g. 149 (81).

-, cathedral, 289, 941.

-, -, dean of, 391.

Chichester, Robert Sherburn, bp. of, 190, 289, 391, 530n., 680, 771 ("my master"), 8356, 859 (32), 941, 1017:g. 149 (81).

-, -, letters from, 289, 680, 8356, 941.

Chicksand (Chyksand), Beds, prior of, 805.

Chiddingfold, Surrey, g. 802 (11).

Chidyock (Chydyoke), Dors., letters dated at, 558, 736.

Chief Justice: of Common Pleas. See Baldwin, Sir John (1535); of King's Bench. See FitzJames, Sir John.

Chieti (Gian Pietro Caraffa), bp. of (afterwards pope Paul IV.), 219.

Chik, Wm., g. 1158 (35).

Chiltton (in Sussex?), 467.

Chippenham, Nich., g. 149 (39).

Chirbury, 509 ii.

Chocquart, Anthoine, 1055.

Cholmeley (Chamley), Sir Roger, serjeant-atlaw, recorder of London, 129, 135, 297, 476, 478:g. 149 (41).

-, -, letters to, 297, 476.

Cholmeley, Sir Roger, sen., 754:g. 149 (72).

-, -, signature of, 754.

Cholwyll, , 979.

Chomley. See Cholmley.

Choppyn, Ric., 478.

Choussy, (Chousty), in France, letter dated at, 1060.

Chow, John, g. 962 (29).

Christchurch, Wm., monk, 148 (2).

Christemas, John, g. 149 (36).

Christiern II., former king of Denmark, now (in 1535) in prison, 717, 750 (p. 282), 831:App. 1162 ii., 11702, 1178 (pp. 463, 466, 46972).

-, -, his daughters, App. 1178 (p. 470).

-, -, his wife, App. 1170.

Christiern (or Christian) III, king of Denmark, heir of Norway, son of Frederic III., duke of Holstein, 72, 177, 290, 392, 522, 666, 750 (p. 282), 759, 842, 982, 1065, 1109, 1111, 1123, 1153 (2):App. 115961, 1163, 11667, 1169, 11723, 11757, 1178, 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, his brothers, 1178 (pp. 463, 469).

-, -, secretary of, sent to Henry VIII. See Suavenius.

-, -, eldest sister of, App. 1172.

Christopher. See Mont, Chr.

Chudley, Robt., g. 802 (10, 11).

Church, the, 20, 143, 144, 217 (p. 83), 251 (p. 96), 263 (p. 104), 270 (p. 108), 273, 326, 355 (p. 144), 384, 386 (2), 387, 396, 399, 433 (2), 439, 470, 480, 501, 514, 537, 565 (2), 566, 595, 609 (p. 230), 666 (p. 253), 739, 799, 830, 837, (p. 321), 891, 909, 948 (p. 370), 837 (p. 321), 891, 909, 948 (p. 370), 1060, 1069, 1075, 1115, 1117:App. 1178 (pp. 46970), 1179 (p. 473).

-, rites and ceremonies of, 201, 218 (p. 86), 625.

Church of England, 48 (p. 17), 78, 121 (p. 38), 387, 565, 567, 626, 1075.

Church, Head of. See Supremacy, Royal.

Chydyoke. See Chidyock.

Chyksand. See Chicksand.

Cibo, cardinal, 1121 (p. 440).

Cicell. See Cecill.

Cifuentes, Fernando de Silva, count of. Imperial ambassador at Rome, 326. 439, 786, 1035, 1044.

-, -, letters from, 326, 439, 1044.

Cinque ports, 141, 687, 911.

-, lord warden of. See Boleyn, Geo.

Cirencester abbey, letter dated at, 1127.

Cistercians, the order of, 74.

Civita Vecchia, 672, 713.

Clamforde, Dorset, g. 149 (34).

Clanricard, in Ireland, 60.

Clare, Suff., a friar of, 865 (p. 339).

Clarence. Geo., duke of (brother of Edward IV.), stewards of his possessions, g. 149 (10).

Clarke. See Clerk.

Clavell, Alex., 736.

Claverdon, Warw., g. 291 (48).

Claveryng, Rob., g. 149 (73).

Claymonde, John, president of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford, letter from, 316.

-, -, letter to, 790.

Cleator (Cleter), Cumbld., 1133.

Cledro, Thos., g. 149 (32).

Cleef, Germany. See Cleves.

Clement VII., Pope (or "bp. of Rome") (152334) [Julius de Medici], 1, 33 (2), 189 (pp. 68, 70), 340 (2), 341, 429, 433, 439, 498, 554, 557, 71213, 746, 751, 8067, 856 (53), 963, 1117, 1121:App. 1179 (p. 474).

-, -, his niece. See Medicis, Kath. de.

Clement, Mr., 117, 856 (45).

-, , More's adopted daughter, 988.

Clerck. See Clerk.

Clere, Alice, lady, sister of the earl of Wiltshire, 420. [Note. The references to this lady in the last volume are wrong. The aunt of Anne Boleyn spoken of in those places is Anne, lady Shelton, whose husband, Sir John, was steward of Mary's household. See VII., 1129, 1172.]

Clere, Robt., 529.

Clergy (or churchmen), the 475, 750 (p. 281), 822, 948 (p. 370):App. 1179 (p. 474).

Clerk or Clarke (Clerck), Harry, pewterer, 178, 377.

-, Sir Harry, 658.

-, John, 478, 810.

-, (Clarke), Sir John, 967:g. 149 (52).

-, -, letter from, 967.

-, Thos., 146:g. 149 (34).

Clerke, Wm., g. 291 (9).

Clerkeson, Will., g. 149 (47).

Cleter. See Cleator.

Cleton,, baker, 1097.

Cleveland, Yorksh., 1011.

-, archdeacon of, 963.

Cleves, g. 291 (40, 52).

Cleves, duke of, g. 291 (54), 481 (10), 1158 (24, 25).

-, native subjects of, g. 291 (52, 54, 58, 60), 481 (1, 2, 19, 23), 634 (5).

Cliff, woods, &c., named, in the bailiwick of, Northt., g. 149 (21).

Cliff, Dr., 528.

Clifford (Clyfford), Sir Thomas (captain of Berwick), 16, 144 (p. 45), 261, 1030, 1041, 1143:g. 149 (56, 64, 73, 82), 634 (6).

-, -, letters from, 16, 1143.

Clifford (Clyfford), Edward, Lisle's servant, 9023, 10902.

-, -, letter from, 1090.

-, James, g. 149 (37).

-, John, and Eliz., his wife, App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, Thomas (deputy captain of Carlisle), 310.

-, Wm., 404.

Clifton (Clyfton), Hezekiah, g. 291 (55).

-, Will., g. 149 (72).

Clinton (Clynton), Edw., lord, g. 291 (21).

-, wife of, 731:g. 291 (21).

Clitherowe, Henry, signature of, 208.

Clopton, Suff., 865 (p. 339).

Cloptun, Wm., 543.

Clothair, the emperor, 750 (p. 281).

Clotton, Ric., letter from, 253.

Clungunford (Clonygonford), Salop, g. 802 (16).

Clutton, , 290.

Clynke, Hen., g. 481 (1).

Clyve Abbey (Clyff), Somers, 74 (ii., 9)

-, Wm. Dovell, abbot of, 012.

Cobbe, Geo., 643.

-, Wm., priest, letter from, 608.

Cobham College, Kent, 888 (2), 1037.

-, fellows of, 888 (2).

-, John Bayly, master of, 1037.

Cobham, George Broke, lord, 886, 888, 888 ii.

-, -, letter from, 388.

Coblegh, Mr., 574.

Cochlaeus, John, 948 (pp. 3712), 975, 11256.

-, -, his defence of More and Fisher, 975.

-, -, his book on the King's marriage, 1125 (2), 1126.

Cockburnspath (Colbrandespath), Scotland, 711.

Cocke, alias Hane, John, g. 291 (58).

Cockermouth, Cumb., 1133.

Cockeshall. See Coggeshall.

Cockthorpe (Cokethrope), Oxon, g. 149 (16).

Codgrave. See Cotgrave.

Coffin, Mrs. Jakett, 49, 370, 5734.

Coffins, both the, 678.

-, Will., g. 149 (48).

Coggeshall (Cockeshall) Abbey, Essex, 74 (2).

Coggeshall (Kocsall, Coksale), Essex, 865 (p. 340).

Cogoll, Wm., 1048 ii.

Coin, exportation of, 842, 1042.

Cokayn, Francis, g. 149 (48).

-, Sir Thos., g. 149 (48).

Coke, , 391.

-, John, g. 149 (77), 291 (1).

-, Ric., 259:g. 291 (1).

-, -, letter from, 259.

-, Robert, 865 (p. 339).

-, Roger, mayor of Bristol, 809, 954.

-, -, letter from, 954.

Cokerel, , 132.

Cokeson, John, water-bailey of Calais, 12, 225.

-, -, letter from, 12.

Cokethrope. See Cockthorpe.

Cokkersand monastory, 1108

Cokke, Thos., g. 149 (50), 1158 (4).

Cokry-e., manor of, 474.

Cokys, Will., g. 149 (69).

Colbeke, John, g. 149 (54).

Colbrandespath. See Cockburnspath.

Colchester, 129 (4), 262, 323, 1097:g. 149 (36), 481 (6).

-, letters dated at, 1047, 1097.

-, castle of, 134.

-, King's wood heath, 262:g. 481 (6).

Coldbek. See Caldbeck.

Colenwod, , 1000 (2).

Coldstream (Cawstreme), Scotland, prioress of, g. 633 (3).

Coldwell, Geo., g. 149 (54).

Coliweston. See Colly Weston.

Colyngwode, Rob., of Esselyngton, g. 149 (73).

Colly Weston (Coliweston), letter dated at, 168.

Collyn, Geo., g. 291 (40).

Collyns, Geo., letter from, 652. See also Colyns.

Colman, Peter, g. 291 (54).

Colmar, in Alsace, letter dated at, 996 (5).

Colmeston, in Ireland, 449.

Colne priory, Essex, letter dated at, 134.

Colocza, bp. or abp. of, 91, 1052.

Cologne, natives of, g. 291 (40, 534), 481 (10).

-, bishopric, natives of, g. 291 (60), 481 (19).

Colonna (Columna), Ascanio de, 899.

Colpeper. See Culpeper.

Colsell, Wm., 478.

Colston, 574.

Colt, George, 196:g. 149 (78).

-, -, signature of, 196.

Colton, Hugh, 40, 95.

Columna. See Colonna.

Colvyld, Thos., g. 802 (8).

Colwell, Nthld., 1030 (3).

-, chapel of, 1030 (3).

Colwick (Colwyke), Notts., letter dated at, 929 (3).

Coly, Dorothy, 988.

-, Ric., 572.

Colyns, Launcelot, treasurer of York, 248, 869. See also Collyns.

-, -, letter from, 248.

Com, Fras. du, 281 (2).

Comb Martyn Church, Devon, 573.

Combe Abbey, Warw., 74 (2).

Combermere Abbey, Chesh., 74 (2).

Combes, Hen., g. 149 (44, 52).

-, Thos., g. 149 (36)

Comhey (?), late parson of, 442.

Common Pleas, chief justice of. See Baldwin, Sir John.

-, chirographer of, g. 1158 (33).

-, prenytorie (prothonotary) of, 4.

Commons, House of, 858.

Como, bp. of, 233.

Compagni, Barth., g. 481 (29).

Compton, Mr., 120.

Comptroller, Mr. See Planlet, Sir Wm.

Condarino. See Contarini.

Coniers. See Conyers.

Coningsby (Connesbe), Edm., groom of the Chamber, 59.

-, John, g. 149 (49).

-, (Cunyngsby), Wm., 196:g. 149 (43).

-, -, signature of, 196.

Connaught (Connayght), in Ireland, 60.

Connelaugh, Neal, 885.

Connesbe. See Coningsby.

Conneway. See Conway.

Conquest, Edw. or Edm., 305:App. 1179 (p. 476).

Constable, Sir John, 990, 1011, 1020:g. 149 (72).

-, -, letter from, 1020.

-, -, letter to, 990.

-, John, 560:g. 149 (47).

-, -, sig. of, 560.

-, Sir Marmaduke, 868, 9915:g. 149 (72).

-, -, letters from, 992, 994.

-, Marmaduke, 888 ii.:App. 1178 (p. 468).

-, Dr. Marmaduke, App. 1178 (p. 463).

-, Sir Rob., g. 149 (72).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (72).

-, the family of, App. 1178 (p. 468).

Constance, council of (in 1414), 746.

Constantinople, 48 (p. 16), 145, 233, 263 (p. 103), 459, 542, 579, 629, 672, 876, 899, 1035, 1120:App. 1179 (p. 474).

-, the straits of, 542.

Constantyn, Philip, in the Tower, 1001 (1, 3).

Contarini (Condarino), Gaspar, cardinal (20 May 1535), 219 note, 742, 786, 830, 875, 986, 1052, 1156.

-, -, letter from, 830.

Contarini, Tomaso, brother of Gaspar, 542.

Convocation of York, 2, 32, 104.

Convocation, Act of, 235.

Conway (Conwey), 755.

-, letter dated at, 599.

-, abbey of, 1150.

Conway or Conwey, Chr., 368, 884, 1093.

-, -, signature of, 368.

-, Edw., g. 149 (62).

-, Hugh, g. 149 (66, 67).

-, Sir Hugh, his executors, 437.

-, (Conneway), John, 257.

-, Reg., g. 149 (66, 67).

-, Ric., 603.

Conyers, Chr., lord, 457, 764, 1024.

-, -, letters from, 764, 1024.

-, (Coniers), lady, 988.

Conyers, Chr., g. 802 (8).

-, Sir Geo., knight of the Royal body, g. 291 (2).

Cookeshey, Will., g. 149 (61).

Coope, Anth., g. 149 (52).

Coort, Daniel, g. 149 (61).

Coote, Mr., late sheriff of London, 208.

Copenhagen (Copmanhaven, Coppemmen-haven), 913, 1110: App. 1170.

-, letters dated at, 717:App. 11701.

Copinger, John (father confessor of Sion), 778, 1125.

-, -, letter from, 78.

Coplande, John, 1123.

Copledyk, Sir John, g. 149 (44).

Copley, Sir Roger, 391:g. 149 (81).

-, Sir Wm., g. 149 (72).

Copmanhaven or Coppemmenhaven. See Copenhagen.

Corbet, John, of Lee, g. 149 (76).

Corbett, Roger, g. 149 (76).

Corbridge, Nthld., 1143 (4).

Corfu, 542.

Coriolanus, the mother of, cited as a historical parallel, 327.

Cork, 58.

Corke, John, 224.

Cormoke Ogge, 519.

Cornbrough (Cornburghe), Yorksh., 492.

Cornelii, Imadus, g. 291 (54).

Cornelis, Hen., 118, 937.

Cornelius, Peter, g. 802 (15).

Corneshe, , a priest, 327 (p. 131 ? "a religious doctor"), 346.

Cornewall. See Cornwall.

Cornewayle. See Cornwall.

Cornwaleys, John, signature of, 196.

-, Sir John, g. 149 (78).

Cornwall, 334, 574:g. 149 (15, 50), 1158 (4).

Cornwall, archdeaconry of, 73 n.

Cornwall, duchy of, g. 1158 (4).

Cornwall, Geo., g. 149 (83).

-, Sir Ric., g. 149 (83) 632 (2).

-, Sir Thos., g. 149 (76).

-, Thos., 188.

Coron, in Greece, p. 31516.

Corsini (Corsinus), Andrea, the Waywode's servant or secretary sent to France and England and taken prisoner by Ferdinand, 48 (p. 18), 263 (p. 104), 355 (p. 143), 429 (p. 168), 672, 713, 808, 948 (p. 372), 972, 1121 (p. 440).

Cortino, M., 875.

Corton, Thos. See Cerne, abbot of.

Corway, Will. Griffith, g. 149 (66, 67).

Corynton, Peter, g. 149 (50).

Cotegill (Cumb.?), 310.

Cotes, John, 478.

Cotes, Yorks., g. 962 (17).

Cotgrave (Codgrave), Thomas, in the Tower, 1001 (1, 3).

Coton. See Cotton.

Cotton, George, governor of the duke of Richmond, 334, 377, 888 ii.

-, Hugh, 664, 686.

-, Roger, 572.

- (Coton), Will., soldier of Calais, petition of, 796.

Coucy, Jacques de. See Vervins, sieur de.

Couers, Martin, g. 291 (49).

Coughton, Warw., letter dated at, 26.

Coumbes. See Combes.

Council, General, 48 (p. 17), 270, 272 (p. 111), 273, 340, 344, 375, 429 (pp. 1645), 430, 433, 556, 590 (p. 223), 592 (2, 3), 666 (p. 252), 669, 725, 750, 777, 792, 793 (5), 823, 826 (p. 313), 831, 891, 90910, 948 (p. 370), 985 (p. 389), 1044, 1105:App. 1172.

Council, the King's, 1, 13, 48, 121 (p. 38), 189 (pp. 679, 712), 218 (p. 86), 2256, 263 (pp. 101, 104), 327, 355, 389, 406, 429 (p. 166), 439, 445, 515, 518, 533, 559, 567, 590, 593, 619, 621, 659, 666 (p. 252), 727, 757, 776, 815, 826, 856 (3, 1820, 34, 41), 858, 863, 867, 876, 885, 912, 9389, 954, 974 vi., 990, 996, 1036, 1042, 1094.

-, -, letters to, 533, 567, 954.

Couranzan, in Persia, 1120.

Court, the, 48, 121, 140, 189 (pp. 69, 73), 207, 218, 252 (2), 263 (pp. 102, 104), 327 (p. 131), 351, 353, 355 (pp. 141, 1445), 371, 410, 422, 429 (p. 167), 438, 440, 444, 511, 531, 536, 567, 5901, 602, 604, 666, 704, 757, 821, 826 (pp. 313, 315), 846, 882, 892, 902, 9278, 9389, 948, 1018, 1028, 1079 1080, 1087, 1106, 1127, 1150, 1157:App. 1172, 1178 (pp. 4634, 467).

-, letters dated at, 123, 671.

Courtenay, Peter, 359.

-, Sir Pierce, 979.

- (Curttney), Sir Will., 224, 359, 520, 538, 569, 690, 872:g. 149 (58).

-, -, letters from, 359, 520, 569, 690, 872.

Covent mede (by Dunmow?), 865 (p. 339).

Coventry, 617, 915:g. 149 (62), 1158 (23).

-, cathedral, 195.

-, -, prior of, 195.

-, mayor of, g. 149 (62), 1158 (23).

-, Charterhouse beside, prior of, 611.

Coventry and Lichfield, bishop of. See Lee, Roland.

-, -, chancellor of, 915.

-, diocese of, 839.

Coverdale, Yorks., g. 291 (6).

Covert, John, g. 149 (81).

Covrinus, Gulielmus, Nucerinus, letter from, 1096.

Cowley, Walter, 881, 958.

-, -, instructions for, 881.

Cownsell, , porter of Sion, 567.

Cowper, Fras., g. 291 (40).

Cowpland, Margery, 844.

-, -, her husband, 844.

-, Ric., 1029.

Cowschier, Guillaume, 324, 345 ("a skinner").

Crake, Ric., g. 481 (18).

Crane, , his daughter, 406.

-, Rob., g. 149 (78).

-, Roger, g. 632 (24).

-, Wm., master of the children of the King's chapel, 128:g. 1158 (3).

-, -, his daughter, 128.

Cranley, Surr., g. 291 (7). See Errata.

-, rector of. See Ambrose, Ric.

Cranmer, Thomas, abp. of Canterbury (1533), 14, 20, 42, 53, 85, 147, 1537, 169, 172, 185 ("a patriarch"), 189 (p. 68 "sentence of Canterbury"), 190, 224, 290, 306, 312, 316, 359, 3856, 388, 3934, 4067, 453 (2), 508, 589, 602, 607, 616, 674, 685, 7045, 739, 758, 768, 815, 820, 831, 838, 841, 846, 854, 859 (p. 336), 865 (p. 339), 869, 888 ii., 904, 950, 953, 955, 1023, 1036, 1048, 1054, 10623, 11256, 1151:App. 1179 (p. 476):g. 149 (40), 632 (1).

-, -, letters from, 53, 85, 1537, 172, 306, 386, 3934, 508, 607, 674, 685, 704, 758, 768, 820, 838, 950, 1023, 1126.

-, -, letters to, 316, 385, 406, 739, 1151.

-, -, chaplains of, 85, 1126.

-, -, his audience, 953.

-, -, saddles belonging to, 1048.

-, -, signature of, 190.

-, -, handwriting of, 739.

-, -, his visitation, 312, 955.

-, -, his servant, g. 149 (5).

Cranmer, Edmund, archdeacon of Canterbury and provost of Wingham, 3867, 732.

Crannwell, Rob., g. 149 (40).

Cratherne, Hen., g. 149 (71).

Craven, Yorksh., riot in, 863, 970, 984, 9912, 9945, 1008, 1030 (2), 1046.

Crayers, Philip, 65, 423.

Crayford, Guy, g. 149 (36).

Creeke or Creyke, Rob., of Beverley, g. 149 (72), 291 (16).

Creke, Mrs., 393.

Crespy (Crepi), in Valois, letters dated at 1104, 1141.

Crichton, George, bp. of Dunkeld, p. 45.

Cripis, John, g. 149 (40).

Crispe, , 938, 10278, 1083.

-, -, executors of, 10278.

Cristhede. See Kirkstead.

Croft, Robt., priest, 799.

-, Thos., g. 291 (46).

Crofte, Sir Edw., g. 149 (17, 39).

Crofton, Wm., 937.

Croke, Mr., of the Chancery, 738.

-, Ric., D.D., 975.

Crokelyng, Hen., 888 (2).

Crokesden. See Croxden.

Crokker, , 1101.

Cromall (Croom Hill ?), 1048 ii., vii., ix.

Crome (Croome), Dr. Edw., 767, 854, 1054.

Cromwell, Gregory, son of Thomas, 195, 366, 506, 571 (2), 618.

Cromwell, Richard, nephew of Thomas, 230, 249, 309, 408 (3), 422, 462, 701, 729, 1003:g. 481 (32), 633 (1), 962 (22).

-, -, letter from, 701.

-, -, letters to, 408 (3), 729.

Cromwell, Thomas, Privy Councillor, &c., Chief Secretary, Master of the Rolls, Vicar - General, General Visitor of Monasteries:

-, -, letters from, 187, 191, 2201, 239, 247, 337, 419, 523, 563, 743, 790, 893, 1036, 1042, 1122, 1130.

-, -, letters to, 25, 7, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 21, 28, 29, 32, 39, 41, 51, 53, 556, 624, 678, 77, 79, 80, 857, 93, 1001, 1058, 11112, 122, 1267, 1301, 1338, 142, 146, 1502, 159, 1612, 1657, 171, 1801, 183, 188, 1923, 195, 1989, 2034, 207, 210, 21316, 2223, 2257, 22930, 2357, 2401, 248, 250, 252, 2546, 25962, 264, 2668, 2759, 2835, 2879, 298308, 31315, 31722, 328, 3303, 335, 347, 34951, 354, 356, 3589, 3658, 3723, 376, 383, 386, 38890, 392, 395, 397, 4013, 4078, 41215, 418, 4201, 4278, 435, 437, 442, 450, 4557, 4634, 467, 472, 4767, 4845, 4902, 4956, 4989, 50310, 515, 5201, 5289, 532, 5389, 543, 547, 549, 5513, 55860, 564, 56972, 575, 5778, 582, 5846, 592, 596604, 608, 61520, 626, 637, 6424, 6546, 668, 6737, 680, 682, 68893, 6956, 700, 704, 71214, 716, 718, 7201, 7278, 730, 732, 7348, 740, 744, 749, 7545, 758, 760, 7634, 766, 7689, 7748, 781, 789, 792, 800, 8045, 8078, 81011, 816, 8204, 8289, 831, 8334, 836, 83840, 8434, 8502, 854, 8614, 870, 8723, 8789, 880 (3), 901, 905, 91517, 922, 9246, 9301, 934, 9401, 9447, 9503, 95560, 9638, 9712, 97682, 984, 9925, 999, 10045, 10089, 1011, 101415, 10205, 10304, 1039, 1043, 1045, 10524, 10568, 1062, 106870, 10723, 107882, 10858, 10912, 1098, 1102, 1107, 1109, 111011, 1121, 11235, 1127, 11313, 1142, 1143 (3), 114850, 1155, 1161, 1163, 1179 ("my master").

-, -, commissions to, 73, 75, 129, 609 i., 653, 1026.

-, -, grant to, 920.

-, -, petition to, 479.

-, -, his clerk, 64.

-, -, his handwriting, 76 (3), 292, 345, 475, 592 (2), 793, 892, 1042, 1063.

-, -, his process in Flanders, 299.

-, -, his remembrances, 147, 290, 3445, 475, 527, 892, 1061, 1077.

-, -, other references to, 1, 11, 15, 23, 24, 456, 48, 52, 656, 73, 75, 76 (3), 83, 88, 94, 96, 11821, 124, 128, 174, 178, 189, 197, 218, 231, 249, 251, 252 (2), 263, 309, 327, 334, 3412, 346, 355, 362, 3778, 382 (p. 152), 385, 408 (3), 410, 422, 42932, 434, 438, 444, 453 (2), 460, 466, 468 ("my master"), 479, 4889, 5012, 511, 516, 519, 531, 535, 540, 541 ("my master"), 545, 549, 556, 565, 567, 571 (2), 579, 5901, 606, 609 i., 625, 629, 659, 661 (p. 248), 6634, 666, 670, 683, 697, 719, 722, 726, 729, 7502, 765 ("my master"), 780, 801, 806, 815, 826, 827, 846 (? Dr. Chramuel), 856 (3, 8, 19), 858, 874, 880, 886 i., 888 ii., 892, 906, 91213, 920, 923, 938, 948, 974 i., vi., 977 n., 985 (Gramuel), 9901, 996, 1002 (2), 1003 (Smyth's master), 101819, 1027, 1041, 1048, 1063, 1083, 1090, 1099, 1103, 11056, 1151, 11567:App. 1160, 11667, 1169, 1178:g. 149 (40, 41, 74, 80), 291 (17), 633 (1), 802 (20, 29), 962 (22, 24).

Crooke, , 268.

Croom Hill, Were., 1048 (? "Cromall").

Croome. See Crome.

Crosby (Cumbld. ?), 1046.

Crosby (Croseby), Ric., 696, 945, 969:g. 149 (65, 68, 72, 82).

-, -, signature of, 696.

Crossbow, licence to use, g. 149 (5, 6).

Crowmer, Sir Will., g. 149 (40).

Crown of England, 174, 503.

-, fee of the, 461.

Croxden (Crokesden), Abbey, Staff., 74 (2).

Croydon, 831.

-, letter dated at, 172.

-, the vicar of. See Philips, Roland.

Crumpton, Sampson, signer in Chancery, g. 481 (9).

Crutched Friars. See under London.

Cuffey, Herts, g. 481 (15).

Cuffold, Dr., 1040.

Culenborth (Callemberg ?), g. 201 (39).

Culham (Culneham), Oxf., g. 1158 (32).

Culpeper (Colpeper), John, g. 149 (40).

-, Thos., letters from, 671, 9278.

-, -, my lady his mother, 927.

Culpepir, , the King's page, 937.

Cumberland, 492, 984, 1008, 1020, 1046:g. 149 (56).

Cumberland, Henry Clifford earl of, warden of the West Marches, 310, 404, 457, 492, 609 i., 886 i., 888 ii., 8923, 974 i., 991, 1030, 1041.

-, -, letter from, 404.

-, -, letter to, 893.

Cune, Robt., g. 481 (28).

Cunyngsby. See Coningsby.

Curll, Ric., 624.

Curse, persons laid under a, 842.

Curson, , 479.

-, Ric., g. 149 (48).

Cursone, , father of Sion, 1124.

Curttney. See Courtenay.

Curwen, Mr., 1029.

-, Dr. Ric., 867.

Cusack (Cusake), Thos., secondary justice of C. P. in Ireland, 756, 888 ii., 973, 1081,

Cutler, Nich., 894.

Cuttarde, Thos., 911 (4).

-, -, signature of, 911 (4).

Cymyn, John Baptist, g. 632 (3).

D.

Dacre, Cumbld., 310.

Dacre (of Gillesland), William lord, 310, 892, 917, 1030 (2), 1041, 1046:g. 481 (5).

Dacre (of the South), Thomas Fienes lord (ob. 1533), 991:g. 632 (23).

Dacre, Thomas Fienes, lord (153341), g. 632 (23).

Dacre, Sir Chr., uncle of Lord Dacre of Gillesland, 310, 329, 1030 (2), 1041:g. 481 (5).

Dacre or Dacres, Harry, 478.

-, Robt., 478.

-, (Dakers), Thomas, captain in Ireland, 208, 222, 382, 449.

Daigremont, Thos., g. 802 (15).

Daken (Dakyn), George, 81, 94.

Dakers. See Dacre.

Dallehyd. See Delahide.

Dalston, Thos., 310.

Dalton, , Irish rebel, 881.

Dammat, Thos., priest, 450.

Damport, , of Calveley, 496 (2).

Danaster (Danestre, Danester), Mr., of Lincoln's Inn, 106, 423, 708, 771, 892, 1028.

-, John, 169 (2 ii.): g. 149 (74).

Danby, Will., g. 149 (72).

Dane, John, 109.

Danes, fief of the king of the, App. 1178 (p. 468).

Danester. See Danaster.

Daniell, , 268.

Danyell, Mr., former sheriff of London, 208.

Daniel, Nich., letter from, 745.

Danke, Wm., 888 (2).

Danskholme (in Denmark ?), 913.

Danyell. See Daniell.

Daroy, Thomas lord ("the good old lord"), 1, 121 (p. 38), 201, 272, 355 (p. 145), 666(p. 253), 750 (p. 283), 1018 (p. 403):g. 291 (20).

-, -, a priest of, 1.

-, -, a relation of, an old man, 750 (p. 283).

-, -, his son. See Darcy, Sir Arthur.

Darcy, Sir Arthur, son of Lord Darcy, 355 (p. 145), 640:g. 802 (3, 4).

Darcy, Sir George, eldest son of lord Darcy, 754:g. 149 (72).

-, -, signature of, 754.

Darcy, Anth., g. 149 (36).

-, John, letter from, 250.

-, Sir Thos., g. 149 (36).

Darell, Sir Edw., g. 962 (30).

Darius, Silvester, (auditor of the Rota), 144 (p. 45).

Darlay (Darly), John, Carthusian, 932.

Darley (Derley), Abbey, Derb., 81.

-, Thomas, abbot of, 81.

Darlington (Derneton, Darneton), 492.

-, letters dated at, 10389.

Darnall, Mr., 474.

Darneton. See Darlington.

Daubeney (Dawby), Henry lord, 15, 49, 370, 545, 678, 736.

Daubeney (Dawbeney), Robt., 478.

D'Aubigny (Obenze), Robt. Stuart lord, 1154 (1, 2).

Daunce (Dawnse), Sir John, 789, 857:g. 149 (55), 291 (38), 962 (10), 1158 (4).

-, -, his signature, g. 1158 (4).

Daunce, Eliz., wife of Wm., and daughter of Sir Thos., More, 988.

-, Wm., son and heir of Sir John, 478:g. 962 (10).

Dauphin, the. See Francis.

Davell, Rob., g. 149 (73).

David, John ap, 170.

-, (ap Ledo), Philip ap, 509 ii.

-, Ritherth or Ritherch, ap David, g. 149 (66, 67).

-, Wm., g. 1158 (22).

Davila, Luigi, 145.

Davy, Edm., 767.

-, John, letters from, 491, 574, 678.

-, -, mentioned, 573.

Davyll, , land of, at Little Torrington, 574.

Davynson, Thomas, 913.

Dawbney, Wm., g. 802 (10, 11).

Dawby, Dawbeny, or Dawbeney. See Daubeney.

Dawkyns, John, g. 149 (68).

Dawndye, Robt, 1132.

Dawney, John, g. 149 (72).

Dawnse. See Daunce.

Dawson, Thos., g. 962 (7).

Dawtrey, Blanche, g. 1158 (27).

-, Francis, g. 1158 (27).

-, Sir. John, 124, 391:g. 149 (81).

Daye, George, public orator at Cambridge, afterwards master of St. John's College and provost of King's, 859 (pp. 334 336).

Dean (Dene), Hants, letter dated at, 540.

Deane forest, Glouc., g. 291 (8, 62).

Deane, , 1103.

Debnam, , 541.

Decemount. See Desmond.

Decius, Philip, of Sienna, 251.

Dee, Thos., g. 291 (51).

Deer, 86, 842 (does).

Degra, Nicolayne, 422.

Delahide (Delahind), Sir Ric., chief justice of C. P. in Ireland (152134), 82, 226, 888 ii.:App. 1179 (p. 477).

Delahide (Dallehyd), James, 193, 226, 881, 885.

-, Sir James, 1051.

-, John, 226.

-, Sir Walter, 82, 226.

-, -, his wife. See Eustace, Janet.

Delamere forest, Cheshire, 496.

Delanoy, Nich., 324.

-, -, his son, 324.

De la Poole, Wm., prisoner in the Tower, 1001.

De la Warr (Lawarr), Sir Thomas West, lord, letter from, 21.

Delganye parsenage (in Ireland), 720.

Delmenhorst. See Oldenburg and Delmenhorst.

Delves, Eliz., g. 481 (28).

Delvin, Ric. Nugent, baron of, p. 152.

Denbigh, letter dated at, 1015.

-, (Denbich), lordship of, g. 291 (47), 1158 (18).

Dendy, John, g. 632 (33).

Dene. See Dean.

Dene, Robt., 478.

Denizations, 194.

Denman, Mr., 478, 958.

Denmark, 72, 143, 174 (p. 59), 189 (p. 73), 270, 272 (p. 11011), 273, 339 (2), 433, 502, 522, 556 (p. 211), 629, 651, 666 (p. 253), 717, 750 (p. 282), 826 (p. 317), 842, 889, 913, 948 (pp. 371, 373), 1018, 1065, 1105:App. 115960, 11645, 1167, 11702, 11745, 1178, 1179 (p. 4745):g. 802 (9).

-, council of, 1167, 1178, 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letter to, 522.

-, the daughter of [i.e. of Christiern II.], 429 (p. 167), 502.

-, officers of the coast of, letter to, 889.

-, kingdom or title of king of, 948 (p. 371), 1105, 1178.

Denmark, king of. See Christiern II. and III.; also Danes, king of the.

-, fleet of, 1159.

Denny (Deny), Ant., 892.

Densill (Densell), John, serjeant-at-law, 40, 66, 119, 129, 334, 377, 422, 468, 489, 516, 1002:g. 149 (41).

Denton (Deynton), John, 967:g. 149 (52).

-, -, letter from, 967.

Deny. See Denny.

Denys, James, g. 481 (19).

-, Martin, g. 1158 (24).

-, Sir Thomas, 691:App. 1179 (p. 477):g. 149 (58), 802 (10, 11).

-, Walter, g. 149 (37).

Derby, prioress of, 81.

Derby (Darby), Edward Stanley, earl of, 865 (p. 338), 946, 984 (endorsement).

-, -, his lands, 946.

-, -, his players, 865 (p. 338).

Derbyshire, g. 149 (48), 291 (14).

Derick (Deryk), envoy despatched to Germany (July), 1062, 1078, 1109. See also Dethek.

Derlecht, , 814.

Derley. See Darley.

Derneton. See Darlington.

Deryk. See Derick.

Deryng, Sir Ric., letter from, 687.

Desanyce, Rob., g. 291 (49).

Desmond, Thomas Fitzgerald, earl of (died 1534), 60, 519.

Desmond, Earldom of, 519, 594, 621.

Desmond, the pretended earls of (claimants of the earldom), 60, 519, 594, 621. See also Fitzgerald, James and Sir John.

Desmond (Desemond), James. See Fitzgerald, James.

-, (Decemount), Sir John. See Fitzgerald, Sir John.

Dethek, (qu. same as Derick ?), 510.

Develyn. See Dublin.

Deventer (Daventria), g. 291 (39).

Devereux, Ric., g. 149 (71).

Devoe, in Hungary, 91 iii.

Devonshire, 30, 129 (3), 232, 690, 979:g. 149 (58), 1158 (4).

Dewlfer, Hen., 169.

Dewlyng. See Dublin.

Deynton. See Denton.

Dieppe, in Normandy, 726 n., 1154:g. 962 (23).

Digby, Sir Everard, g. 149 (10, 51), 802 (21).

-, John, g. 962 (3).

-, Sir John, g. 962 (3).

-, Wm., g. 962 (3).

Dillon (Dyllon), Robt., attorney-general in Ireland, letter from, 723.

Dillon, Thos., 723.

Dingley, John, g. 632 (22).

Dio, David ap Hoell ap, g. 149 (32).

Diotrephes, referred to, 704.

Dirikkys, James, g. 291 (54).

Dirrikys, John, g. 291 (36).

Dive, Sir John, g. 149 (54).

Dixon, Wm., g. 962 (21).

Doannys, Sir John, a servant of, 496.

Doctor, Mr., (qu. Dr. Cuffold ?), 1040.

Docwra, Isabella, widow of Martin, 936.

-, Martin, 936.

-, Sir Thomas, late prior of St. John's, 936.

Dod, Wm., 1123.

Dodmer, Sir Ralph, 478.

Dodyngton, John, g. 149 (38).

Dogan, Adrian, 760.

Doget, Mr., 208.

Dombren' castle, in Hungary, 91.

Donatus, a friend of Pole's, 761.

Dondertoun (qu. Dunterton in Devon ?), letters dated at, 2434.

Dondy. See Dundee.

Donne (Done), Sir Edw., g. 149 (55).

-, Gabriel, abbot of Buckfast (?), 1151.

-, (Done, Downe), Sir John, 22 (2 see Errata), 496:g. 149 (70).

-, -, petition of, 22 (2).

-, -, a servant of, 496.

Donoghmore manor, in Ireland, 723.

Donsterfylde or Dounsterfelde, John, 2434.

Donton, Bods., g. 962 (22).

Donnington (Donyngton) manor, 1101, 1130.

Donyford, 612.

Dorchester, 588:g. 634 (2).

-, letter dated at, 534.

-, gaol of, 534.

-, -, keeper of, 534.

Doria, Andrea, prince of Melfi, admiral of the Emperor, 177, 233 (p. 92), 498, 579, 713, 744, 8067, 826 (p. 316), 1051, 1121 (p. 440), 1144.

Doria, Ant., 1120.

-, Philippo, 542.

Dorking, Surrey, 93.

Dorlance (in Artoie?), 345.

Dormer, Edw., 478.

-, Michael, 478.

-, Rob., g. 149 (55).

Dormington, Heref., 552.

Dorset, Henry Grey marquis of, 188.

Dorset, Thos. Grey marquis of (ob. 1530), 728.

Dorset, Margaret dowager marcuioness of, letter from, 188.

Dorsetshire, 129 (4):g. 149 (59).

Dosen, John, the King's smith, letter from, 505.

Douf, Robin, 281.

Douglas, Archibald. See Angus, earl of.

Douglas, Archibald, uncle of Angus, 144, 827.

Douglas (Duglas), George, brother of Angus, 144, 827, 917.

Douglas (Dowglasse), lady Margaret, 1028.

Dounsterfelde or Donsterfylde, John, 2434.

Dovell, Wm., abbot of Clyff, 612.

Dover, 234, 527, 732, 826 (p. 316), 1077, 1085, 1090, 1148.

-, letters dated at, 64, 497, 687, 760, 911, 1085, 1090.

-, castle of, 687, 911.

-, haven or port of, 41, 83, 527, 1077.

-, -, works at, 1085.

-, Maison Dieu at, 28, 64, 96.

-, -, John Clerke, master of ("the old master"), 28, 64, 96.

-, -, mastership of, 28.

-, -, master of, 1085.

-, St. John's church, 1085.

-, St. Martin's church, 1085.

-, St. Nicholas' church, 1085.

-, jurats of, 687.

-, mayor of, 464, 687.

-, mayor and aldermen of, 1085.

Dowce, , 851.

Dowes, Henry, letter from, 618.

Dowglasse. See Douglas.

Dowland, Devonsh., 30.

Downe, Robt., 478. See also Donne.

Downes, Rob., g. 149 (78).

Downham, letter dated at, 528.

Dracote. See Draycott.

Draper, , Norris' servant, 545, 663.

-, Chr., 2, 128.

-, -, letter to, 128.

-, Hen., 474.

-, Mr., App. 1179 (p. 476).

Draycote, Philip, g. 481 (28).

Draycott (Dracote), Sir Philip, 619.

Driburgh. See Dryburgh.

Drogheda (Droeda), in Ireland, 60, 382, 449, 881 (p. 349), 973, 1112.

Droitwich, Worc., g. 802 (16).

Druell, Rob., g. 149 (38).

Drury, Harry. See Drywry, Harry.

-, Sir Rob., 196.

-, Rob., g. 149 (55).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (78).

Drybeck, 310.

Dryburgh (Driburgh), App. 1178 (p. 467).

-, James, abbot of, 4256.

Drypole. 868.

Drywry (Drury), Harry, 664, 686, 706, 708, 10834, 1103. See also Drury.

Du Bever. See under B.

Dublin (Dewlyng), 69 (2), 193, 222, 226, 382, 449, 621, 695, 746, 881, 904, 1124:App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, letters dated at, 222, 226, 250, 376, 382, 397, 715, 723, 7289, 755, 880, 1081.

-, castle, 222, 226, 695, 715, 728, 755, 958.

-, mayor of, 449.

Dublin, abp. of, 169 (2 ii.). See Allen, John.

-, -, his lands, 222.

Ducke, John, g. 481 (7).

Ducklington (Doglyngton), Oxon, g. 149 (16).

Dudleburies, the, 552.

Dudley, Heref., g. 802 (18).

Dudley, prior of, letter to, 191.

Dudley, (Duddeley), Sir John, 264, 765, 882, 888 ii.:App. 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letters from, 264, 882.

Dudmanston, Kent (?), 96.

Duffeyld, John, priest, letter from, 929 (5).

Duglas. See Douglas.

Dunbar castle, in Scotland, 1154.

Dunckeswell. See Dunkeswell.

Duncton, in Sussex, 362.

Dundalk, in Ireland, 755, 1112 n.

Dundee (Dondy), in Scotland, App. 1178 (pp. 4678, 473).

Dungarvan castle, in Ireland, 881.

Dunham, Anne, g. 802 (4).

-, Frances, g. 802 (4).

-, Sir John, g. 802 (4).

-, Katharine, g. 802 (4).

-, Mary, g. 802 (4).

Dunholt, Thos., g. 149 (38).

Dunkeld, George Crichton, bp. of, p. 45.

Dunkeswell (Dunxwella), Abbey, Devon, 74 (ii., 2).

Dunkirk, in Flanders, 279, 455.

Dunmowe vicar of, 865 (p. 339).

Dunmowe Priory, accounts of, 865.

-, prior of. See Shether, Geoffrey.

Dunehaghlyn, in Ireland, 449.

Dunstable, 101, 589.

-, letter dated at, 999.

-, prior of, letter from, 101.

-, -, his brother, 101.

Dunterton, Devon, letters dated at, 2434 (?).

Dunxwella. See Dunkeswell.

Durdane, Mrs., 423.

Durham, 1092.

-, letter dated at, 696.

Durham, bpric. of, 492, 720, 1082:g. 149 (65), 291 (5).

Durham, bp. of. See Tunstall, Cuthbert.

Durham, county of, 700.

Dsseldorf. See Fandissoldorpc.

Dutton, Cheshire, 496.

-, letter dated at, 22.

Dutton, John, 496.

-, Lawrence, 496.

-, Sir Piers (Perus), sheriff of Cheshire, 22 (1, 2, see Errata), 496:g, 149 (70).

-, -, letter from, 22.

Duxe alias Hassenor, John, g. 291 (31).

Dycckeloud. See under Calais.

Dycons (Bucks ?), g. 962 (9).

Dyer, John, 477.

Dygory, Mr. See Grenville, Degory.

Dyllon. See Dillon.

Dylyngcourte, John, 410.

Dymmok, Sir Robt., letter to, 1007.

Dyseworth, manor, Leio., 571 (2).

Dyve, Sir John, g. 291 (25).

E.

Eagle, bailiwick of the, 459.

Easebourne (Esebourne) by Midhurst, Suss., vicarage of, 289.

Easterling, a cruel, 245.

East Hampstead, Berks, 1034.

East Meon (Est Men), Hants, 447.

-, letter dated at, 357.

Ecclesiastical Courts, 296.

Eckius, John, his Enchiridion, 799.

Edderstone Castle, Nthld., 492.

Edelmeton. See Edmonton.

Edgar, Edw., 945, 969:g. 149 (56, 72).

Edgecombe (Eggecombe), Sir Piers, g. 149 (50), 1158 (4).

Edinburgh, 144, 842, 1151:App. 1178 (p. 467, 469).

-, letters dated at, 10, 116, 131, 258, 332, 333, 646, 6501, 1009.

-, castle, App. 1178 (p. 4701).

-, Black Friars, 842.

-, Holyrood, 258:App. 1178 (p. 469).

-, -, letters dated at, 645, 6479.

Edmondes, Thos., 285.

-, Wm., 593.

Edmondo, Messer. See Harvel, Edm.

Edmonds, Dr. John, master of Peter House, Cambridge, letter to, 933.

-, -, vice-chancellor of Cambridge University, g. 149 (57).

Edmonton (Edelmeton), Middx., g. 291 (10), 802 (29).

Edward I., 3, 284.

Edward III., 284.

Edward IV., 750 (p. 281).

Edward, Mr., 117.

Edwardes, Wm., letter from, 956.

Effingham, Surrey, g. 802 (11).

Egerton, Ralph, 130.

Eglesfelde, , 13.

Eglionby, Mr., 222. See Aglionby.

Eglyston, John, signature of, 624.

Egnatius, , 581.

Egygepetces (Gipsies), women like, 1069 ii.

Eigin', David ap Hoell ap Dio ap, g. 149 (32).

Eirby, Anth., g. 149 (44).

Eive, Rob., g. 802 (6).

Elbowe, i.e., Malmoe, in Scania (Sweden), 913, 1110.

Eleanor, queen of France (sister of Charles V.), 165, 174 (pp. 58, 59, 60), 263 (p. 103), 429, 1071, 1104, 1151:App. 1179 (p. 474).

-, her daughter [Mary], 165.

Electors of Germany, 182, 327 (p. 131), 355 (p. 143), 429.

Eleutherius, the story of Lucius and, 560.

Eliot. See Elyott.

Elizabeth, the Princess, (born 1533, called officially "princess," but by Imperialists "bastard,"), 76 (3), 174, 189 (pp. 69, 70), 339, 3423, 355 (p. 144), 380, 399, ("puttina"), 438, 440, 501, 537, 557, 653, 666, (p. 253), 722, 750, (p. 282, "the little one"), 786, 793 (2), 831 (p. 321), 90910, 1044, 1106:App. 1179 (p. 473).

-, her proposed marriage with Angoulme, 174, 339, 3423, 380, 548, 555, 557, 666 (p. 253), 786.

-, her household, 440.

Ellerker, Sir Ralph, jun., 463, 990, 1011, 1020:g. 962 (17).

-, -, letter from, 1020.

-, -, letter to, 990.

-, Sir Ralph, sen., 721, 774:g. 149 (72).

Ellis (Ellys), alias Chanseler, Marg., 196.

-, Thomas, 888 (2).

Ellmer and Elmer. See Aylmer.

Elmys land, 283.

Elsenburgh. See Helsingborg.

Elsinore (Elsynour), in Denmark, 913, 1110.

Ely, Isle of, 1088.

Ely, Dr. Thos. Goodrich, bp. of (1534), 105, 190, 287, 666 (p. 253), 933, 1088, 1131:g. 149 (57).

-, -, letters from, 105, 933, 1131.

-, -, his brother, 1131.

Ely, Nic. West, bp. of, (ob. 1533), 528.

Elyott (Eliot), Sir Thomas, 950:149 (52).

Elyott, John, mayor of Plymouth, 87.

Emerson, John, 799.

Emmerich (Emerike), 291 (15).

Empire, the, 143:App. 1162 ii.

Empsson, Thos., 1000 (2).

Enclosures, Statute of, 217 (p. 84).

Englefield (Englefylde, Englefeude, Inglefield), Sir Thomas, Justice of C.P., 86, 195, 503, 584, 609 i., 839, 861, 886 i., 888 ii., 892 (p. 354), 915, 947, 1048 ii., 1058, 1079:g. 149 (20), 291 (14).

-, -, letters from, 947, 1058.

-, -, signature of, 1048 ii.

Enyon, Morgan ap Griffith ap, g. 632 (36).

Enyver, John, and his wife, 96.

Epping (Epyng), 1061.

Erasmus, Desiderius, 217 (p. 84), 858 (p. 332), 975, 1096 (p. 430).

-, -, his book "Instruction of a Christian Man," 217 (p. 84).

Ericus (Eryci), Godscalcus, (sent ambassador by the Emperor to Ireland and Scotland in 1534), 1, 18, 48, 140, 189 (p. 71), 258, 272 (p. 109).

Erith, Kent, 7068.

Erizo, Dominic, g. 481 (22).

Erkalewe, letter dated at, 504.

Erneley, John lord, Chief Justice of C.P. (died 1521), 124.

Erskine (Ersking), John lord, 1009, 1136, 1153.

-, Sir Thomas, of Breching, 1136.

Eryci. See Ericus.

Esebourne. See Easebourne.

Esenden, Linc., steward of the manor of, g. 149 (10).

Esher (Ascher), Surr., 592 (3).

Essam, Wm., 979.

Essen, duchy of Cleves, g. 634 (5).

Essex, 129 (4), 563, 570:g. 149 (36).

Essex, Henry (Bourchier), earl of, 40, 237, 268, 285, 323, 543, 587, 609 i., 918:g. 962 (6, 30).

-, -, letters from, 237, 268, 285, 323, 543, 918.

-, Mary, countess of, wife of preceding, g. 962 (6).

Essex, Thos., g. 149 (53).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (53, 60), 802 (14).

Estal pasture, 572.

Est Burhaunt, letters dated at, 104950.

Este, Oliver, 175.

Esteland, 527, 1077.

Esthamstede. See Easthampstead.

Esthorp, Ralph, 492.

Est Men. See East Meon.

Estouteville, the daughter of, 185.

Estwode Park, 1048.

-, keeper of. See Holder, Thos.

Estysted. See Tisted, East.

Ethelertus and Lerta (Ethelbert and Bertha), story of, 560.

Etna, a mountain near Edinburgh smoking like, App. 1178 (p. 468).

Eton, Ric., 803.

Etruria. See Tuscany.

Etton, John, 331.

Euphrates, the river, 672.

Eure. See Evers.

Eures. See Evers.

Eurosi. See Evreux.

Eurydge, in Waterdown forest, letter dated at, 960.

Eustace (Ewstace), Janet, wife of Sir Walter Delahide and foster-mother of lord Thomas Fitzgerald, 82, 193, 226.

-, -, her daughter, 193.

-, Rose, 226.

-, (Ewstace), Thomas, 226, 881, 914.

Evans, Thos., g. 149 (61).

Everard, Nich., g. 149 (36).

-, Will, g. 149 (57).

Everingham, Sir Hen., 457:g. 802 (8).

Evers (or Eure), family of, 13:App. 1179 (p. 475).

-, Sir Ralph, sen., 990, 1011, 1020.

-, -, letter from, 1020.

-, -, letter to, 990.

-, Ralph, of Fowbridge, g. 802 (8).

-, Sir Wm., 126, 203.

-, -, letter from, 203.

Everton, , 132, 874.

Evidoet, John Baptista, g. 481 (22).

Evreux (Eurosi), in France, letters dated at, 396, 399.

Ewell, Kent, 96.

Ewelme (Uelme), 989, 1002, 1101, 1130.

Ewhurst, 1142.

Ewlowe Flintsh., 512.

Ewstace. See Eustace.

Ewyas Harrold, Heref., g. 1158 (17).

Ewyas Lacy, Heref., g. 1158 (17).

Exchanges, Act against, 392.

Exchequer, 260, 391, 7656, 773, 864, 9389, 1002, 1132.

-, anditors of, g. 291 (41).

-, chief baron of. See Lister, Sir Ric.

Executorials solicited against the King, 746, 786, 949, 1018, 1044, 1115.

Exeter, 129 (3), 573:g. 149 (58), 291 (30).

-, grant to the city, g. 291 (30).

-, letters dated at, 30, 49, 370, 533, 569.

-, mayor of, 129 (3):g. 149 (58).

-, dean of. See Pole, Reginald.

Exeter, bpric. and diocese of, 1151.

-, -, chancellor of, 224 (2).

-, -, registrar of, 574.

Exeter (John Voysey alias Harman), BP. OF., 92, 129 (3), 224, 232, 311, 359, 533, 558, 569, 676, 859 (32), 979:g. 149 (58), 1158 (4).

-, -, letter from, 533.

-, -, letter to, 92.

-, -, his official, 558.

-, -, his commissary, 359.

-, -, his place (in London), 232.

-, -, his renunciation of the Pope, 311.

Exeter, Henry (Courtenay) marquis of, ("The Marquis") 263 (p. 104), 410, 587, 609 i., 660, 865 (p. 338), 886 i.:g. 802 (10, 11), 1158 (4).

-, -, his juggler, 865 (p. 338).

Exeter, Gertrude marchioness of, wife of the preceding, g. 802, (10, 11).

Exmewe (Exmeu), Will., Carthusian, 886, 895.

Eylmer. See Aylmer.

Eyre. See Aire.