Index
C

Sponsor

Institute of Historical Research

Publication

Author

R. A. Roberts (editor)

Year published

1894

Pages

546-552

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Index: C', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 546-552. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111662 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

C.

Cacher, —, tin merchant, 162.

Cadett, Captain, 274.

Caen, 430.

letter dated, 79.

governor of, 430, 434.

governorship of, 429.

siege of, by Coligny (1563 ?), 134.

Caesar, Dr. Julius, judge of the Admiralty Court, 490.

— letters from, 148, 223.

— his brother, the preacher, 148.

— his father, 223.

Caermarthen, Mr. See Carmarden.

Cagitan. See Cajetan.

Cahors. See Caours.

Caithness (Catnesia), 124.

Earl of, Huntley's brother-in-law, 6, 124.

Cajetan (Cagitan, Caetan), Cardinal, 499.

— intercepted letter to, 122.

Calabria, 189, 401.

Calais, 69, 134, 136, 140, 148, 150, 160, 169, 178, 196, 199, 225, 244, 254, 315, 325, 328, 339 bis, 340, 352, 372, 374, 379, 388, 411, 420, 427, 449, 472, 478, 479, 481, 492, 493, 495, 505, 520.

governor of, 112, 145, 328, 339, 493.

Sancy, hopes to recover it, 23.

traffic between Flanders and England stopped, 112, 145.

merchants from, 339.

Calley, John, servant to Lady Danvers, letter from, 288.

Caloe, Gllbert, 426.

Calshot Castle, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90.

captain of. See Parkinson, James.

Nicholas Caplyn, deputy of, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90.

Calstock, in Cornwall, 467.

Calton, Ed., lord Beauchamp's man, 341.

Calvin, the reformer, and Calvinism, 247, 506.

Carmargue (Isles of Marreques), at the Rhone mouth, 402.

Cambray (Camerick) and the Cambresis : 213, 259, 269, 293, 303, 306, 313, 316, 317 bis, 325, 328 bis, 329, 332, 333, 352, 360, 364, 366, 371, 372, 373, 375, 378, 380, 382, 386, 388, 389, 392, 401, 404, 409, 411, 420, 423, 438, 449, 478, 500, 536.

governor of. See Balagni.

two merchants of, 167.

castle of, 392, 404, 417.

Cambridge, 69, 498.

St. Mary's Church, 69.

Cambridge University, 381, 400, 465, 478.

letter from the Vice-Chancellor and heads of colleges (signed), 268.

— letters to, 247, 465.

chancellor (Lord Burghley, q.v.), 247.

“propositions” to be taught in, 465.

statutes, 247, 248, 268.

Vice-Chancellor of. See Duport, J.

Caius College, 247.

Gonville Hall, 247.

King's College, letter dated at, 429.

Queen's College, letter from master and fellows (signed), 448, 480.

St. John's College, 69, 497.

letter dated at, 114.

mastership of, 497, 498.

Trinity College, 462.

letter dated at, 417.

master of. See Nevill, T.

University Church, 247.

Cambridgeshire, lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

Camerick. See Cambray.

Camfera. See Campvere.

Campagna, of Rome, bandits in, 264, 271.

Campidoglio, Court of, at Rome, 258.

Campion, Father (executed 1581), 29, 141.

— relies of, at Rome, 185.

Campvere (Camfera, Camphire), in Zealand, 123, 461.

Canary Islands (Grand Canaries), the, 433, 474, 496, 505.

Candalier, Monsieur, 520.

Canterbury, 154, 172, 514.

Matthew, archbishop of. See Parker, M.

John Whitgift, Archbishop of, 7, 106, 122, 172, 192, 203, 205, 210 (“my lord's grace”), 276, 339, 436, 478, 497, 514, 535.

— letters from, 18, 31, 141, 215, 370, 465, 497, 507.

— letter to, 268.

— books received from, 138.

Caois. See Caours.

Caours (Cahors, Caors), near Pignerol in Piedmont, besieged by the Duke of Savoy, 43, 190.

Capcot, Renold, deputy of the Merchant Adventurers, 169.

Cape Clear, 307, 310.

Caplyn, Nicholas, deputy of Calshot Castle, q.v.

Capponi, the, 189.

Caps to be worn according to the Statute, 296.

Captot, Mr., 479.

Capuchins, the Order, 386.

Car, — (“Mr. Cloves”), 26.

Caramania, 45.

Carcassonne (Carchason), in France, 190.

Cardenal or Cardinal, J. de, letter from, 447.

Cardiff, customs return, 393.

Cardigan, mines of, 199.

Cardinal, the.” See Albert.

Cardinall, Wiliam, of the Council of the North, 395, 506, 508 bis.

Cardinals, the, 45, 185, 264, 313, 334, 335, 446, 449.

Cardwall, M., letter from, 78.

Carera or Cariera, Pedro, 54.

Caresana :

Bernard Binelli de, an Italian, examinations of, 106, 114, 115.

— declaration by, 127.

— letters from, 173, 174.

John Estevan de, 127.

Carew :

Sir Francis, of Winchester, 41, 46.

— lands for, 31.

(Caroe), Sir George, lieutenant of the Ordnance, 235, 236, 521, 524.

— letters from, 3, 191, 235, 377.

— his uncle, 191.

R., of Antony, signature of, 419.

Carey or Cary, Mr., 153, 315.

Captain, 156.

Sir Edmund, 241.

Sir George, governor of the Isle of Wight, 98, 160.

— letter to, 311.

George, 442.

— letter from, 355.

John, son of Lord Hunsdon, 192.

Richard letter from, 149.

Cariman Bassa, of Buda, defeated by the Waywode, 190.

Carleton :

Lancelot, 65, 443.

Thomas, land serjeant of Gillesland, 65, 443.

Carlisle, 157, 244.

Carlo, Archduke. See Charles.

Carlstadt, 348.

Carmarden (Carmarthen, Caermarthen), Richard, surveyor of Customs at London, 157, 174, 205, 484.

— letters from, 40, 47, 98, 100, 130, 145, 198, 222, 364, 376, 383, 386, 498.

Carmarthen, mines in, 199.

Carmichael, Sir Hugh, in France, 41.

Caroe. See Carew.

Carolus, Friar Jacobus, letters from, 430, 439.

Caron (Carron), Mons. Noel de, sieur de Schoonebvalle, agent in England for the United Provinces, 19, 118, 156, 197, 220, 221, 224, 234, 263, 359, 420, 429, 443, 470, 490.

— letters from, 277, 494.

— letters to, 15, 274, 279.

Carr :

Ed., of Lincolnshire, 517.

William, of Lincolnshire, 517.

Carrack, the. See Ships.

Carret, Evan, 426.

Carrick, in Northumberland, 460.

Carron. See Caron.

Cars, Comte de, besieged in Sallon, 190.

Carter, Thomas, 312.

Carthagena, in Sicily, 264.

Carye. See Carey.

Caschau or Cassovia, in Upper Hungary, 262.

Case, Captain, 521.

Casharon, Captain of a Spanish pinnace, 164.

Casot, —, consul of Marseilles, 471.

Cassano (Cassan) :

bishop of. See Lewis, Dr.

bishopric of, in Naples, 313.

Cassilis, Earl of, 42.

Cassovia. See Caschau.

Castiglione, Gio. Baptista, memorandum touching, 54.

Castile, Hernando de Valesco, Constable of, Spanish governor of Milan, 190, 191, 211, 217, 257, 259, 263, 269, 278, 288, 289, 349.

Castle Rushen. See Rushen.

Castro, in Spain, 164.

Casy, —, a prisoner in the Gatehouse and Newgate, 346, 353.

— list of letters delivered by, 347.

Cateau Cambresis, peace of (1559), 134.

Catelet (Chastslet), in Picardy, besieged and won by the Spaniards, 213, 257, 272.

Cater, John, practitioner in physic, 83.

Catesby, Sir William, 362, 363.

Catharine de Medici (“the old Queen of France,” Queen Mother), 51, 134, 135.

Catholics. See Papists.

Caton, Thomas, customer of Southampton, 393.

Cattwater harbour, by Plymouth, 467.

Caussen, William, 60.

Cautionary towns, in the Low Countries (viz., Flushing, Brill and Rammekins), 179.

Cave, 393.

Cave, Roger, Burghley's brother-in-law, 69.

Cavendish, Sir Charles, 347.

Cayeux (Cawxe), at the mouth of the Somme, 300.

Cayne, —, a dyer, 18.

William, 426.

Cecil :

Anna, daughter of Lord Burghley, Countess of Oxford (died 1588), 69, 70 bis, 71 bis.

Catharine, daughter of Sir Thomas, 70.

Christopher, son of Sir Thomas, 70.

David, Burghley's grandfather, 69.

Dorothy, daughter of Sir Thomas, 70.

Edward, son of Sir Thomas, 70.

Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Thomas, 70.

Elizabeth or Eliza, daughter of Burghley, 70 bis.

Francisca, daughter of Burghley, 69.

Jane, mother of Burghley, 69.

Lucy, daughter of Sir Thomas, Lady St. John, q.v.

Maria, daughter of Sir Thomas, 70.

Mildred, daughter of Sir Thomas, 70.

Richard, father of Lord Burghley, 69 bis.

Richard, son of Sir Thomas, 70.

Sir Robert, 14 (Mæcenas), 67, 69, 71, 79, 98, 103, 111, 138, 149, 152, 170, 192, 198, 203, 211, 212, 214, 221, 282, 303, 361, 400, 407, 414, 439, 489, 490, 512, 527, 532.

— letters from, 15, 23, 41, 51, 92, 121, 193, 251, 413.

— letters to, passim.

— petition to, 63.

— the Queen at his house, 71.

— to visit Cambridge, 114.

— sale of land by, 114.

— to be Chief Secretary, 213.

— poem in praise of, 368.

— handwriting of, 14, 41, 62, 84, 211, 214, 231, 256, 476, 528, 529.

— his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Lord Cobham, 71, 213, 241, 273, 277, 323, 333, 360, 368, 370, 382, 385, 417.

Susanna, daughter of Sir Thomas, 70.

Sir Thomas, Burghley's eldest son, half brother of Sir Robert, 69 bis., 70, 71, 96, 104, 524.

— letters from, 101, 165, 273, 333, 401, 425.

— his marriage, 70.

— his wife, 333.

Thomas, son of Sir Thomas, 70.

William, Lord Burghley, q.v.

William (two of that name), sons of lord Burghley, 69 bis.

William, son of Sir Thomas, 70, 71, 187, 524.

— letter from, 297.

— his wife Eliz. Lady Roos, 71, 187.

William, Lord Roos, son of the preceding William, 71.

William, son of Sir Robert, 71.

Cecilia, Lady, daughter to the king of Sweden, wife of a Margrave of Baden, 372, 400.

Cenci (Censi), Signor Francesco, 264.

Cercles. See Germany.

Cessford (Sesford), laird of; 416.

Cewsson. See Cusson.

Chadd, —, of Hamble, 87.

Chaderton :

Laurence, master of Emmanuel College in Cambridge, signature of, 268.

W., Bishop of Chester, translated to Lincoln (May 1595), 210.

— letters from, 110, 162, 254.

Chalener, John, 515.

Chalons (Challon, Challone), 337, 456.

letter dated at, 248.

Chamber, —, a priest, 185.

Chamberke. See Schomberg.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Cobham, Lord; also Hunsdon, Lord.

Chamberlayne, Mr., of Beaulieu, 88.

Chambroc. See Schomberg.

Champagne, in France, 293.

Champernoune :

Mr., 320, 386.

Captain Arthur, 386.

Richard, letters from, 155, 436.

Chancellor :

Lord, 376, 382.

—, deceased. See Hatton, Sir Chr. of the Exchequer (Mr. Chancellor).

See Fortescue, Sir J.

Chancery, 65.

letter dated from, 270.

Chandos, Lord William, 523.

— letter from, 340.

Channel, —, 55.

Chanon Row. See Westminster.

Chapman :

—, a priest, 25.

Henry, Alderman of Newcastle, 220.

John, 440.

Charles V., the Emperor (1519–1556), 530.

Charles IX., King of France (died 1574), 294.

Charles (Carlo), Archduke, uncle of the Emperor, 529.

— his daughters, 190, 191, 194, 263, 268 (Sposa).

— their mother, 263.

Charles, Count. See Mansfeld.

Charlton, Edward, 477.

Chartres, Vidame of, 434.

Chassdeverch (for Shaftesbury ?), 226.

Chastre (or Cewsson, or Chatt, Du Chatte), M. de, Governor of Dieppe, 287, 289, 292, 298 bis, 300, 301, 308, 317, 332, 333, 349, 366, 429, 430, 434, 455.

— letters from, 301, 303, 306, 317, 322, 337, 456.

— letter to, 278.

Chasteaumartin, Mons. de, 28, 185.

Chastelet. See Catelet.

Chastillon :

Admiral. See Coligny.

Cardinal, 134.

Chateau Chalons, in France, letter dated at, 307.

Châtel, Jean, at the instigation of Jesuits attempts to assassinate Henry IV. of France, 43.

— his execution, 43.

Chatenerey, near Rochelle, massacre of Protestants at, 367.

Chatham, letter dated at, 235.

Châtillon, taken by the Duke of Nemours, 190.

Chatsworth, 70.

Chatt, M. de. See Chastre.

Chatterton, Captain, 419, 523.

Chauny, in France, 435.

letter dated at, 436.

Chaus Bassa, the Turk's Grand Vizier, Governor of Constantinople, 190.

Chaworth, Sir George, 187.

Cheke, Maria, of Cambridge, Burghley's first wife, 69.

Chelsea, 278, 315, 360.

letters dated at, 32, 42, 107, 189, 487.

plates of Chelsey House, 360.

Queen's visit to, 194.

Cherries, preserved, 494.

Cherry, Francis, of the Company of Adventurers into Russia, letter from, 462.

Chesen. See Chisholm.

Cheshire, sheriff's assistants (named), 524.

Cheshunt (Chesthunt), co. Herts, 408.

Chester or West Chester, 262, 291, 304, 312.

letter dated at, 432.

Customs return, 393.

mayor of. See Aldersey, W.

Chester, bishop of. See Chaderton, W. revenues of the bishopric, 210, 254.

Chester Herald, James Thomas, 518.

Cheston, co. Herts, 408.

Cheston, Captain, 523.

Chevalier (Chevallier, Chyvallyre), M., Master of Requests, French envoy from the Parliament of Paris to England, 301, 314, 316, 317 bis, 322.

Chevancy, in Luxembourg, 103.

Cheyney :

Lord, 533, 534.

Dr. John, a Jesuit, superior of the seminary at Douay, canon of St. Quintin, 124.

Chichester :

customs' return, 393.

ruinous state of the city, reported by the captain, 323.

Chief Baron of the Exchequer. See Periam, Sir W.

Chief Justice, lord, 198, 248, 386, 534.

Chief Justice of Common Pleas. See Anderson, Sir E.

Chief Justices, the two, 238.

Chier, the river in Luxembourg, a branch of the Meuse, 103, 107.

Chilcote, Captain William, letter from, 358.

Chillingham, letter dated at, 261.

Chimay, Prince of, 213, 303.

China, ships going to, by the north-east passage, 258.

Chisholm (Chesen) :

James, 73.

William, bishop of Vaison, q.v.

Chislehurst, letter dated at, 377.

Cholmeley :

Henry, his case in the Court of Wards, 265, 494.

Sir Hugh, jun., 524.

William, wardship of 529.

Chomberyr or Chomberge. See Schomberg.

Christen :

Donald, 426.

Robert, 426.

Christoval, Don, letter from, 460.

Church, attendance at, 31, 276, 277.

Church Wilne. See Wilne.

Cicogna (Cigonia), Pasquale, Doge of Venice (died 1 April 1595), 189.

Cigonia. See Cicogna.

Ciphers :

made for the Duke of Bouillon, 1.

quoted, 8, 26, 122–125, 329, 386, 434, 435, 461.

Ciprian, Mr., letter from, 80.

Civita Vecchia, 67.

Cl., Mr., 214.

Clauricard, Earl of, rebellion of his sons, 266.

Clapham, 19.

Clapham, John, Burghley's servant, letter from, 191.

Clare, Benjamin, searcher of Ipswich, letter from, 49.

Clarencieux King of Arms, 63. See Lee, Richard.

office of, 63.

Clarke :

D., executors of, 19.

— his widow, 19.

John, 426.

Thomas, seminary priest, 77.

Thomas, 426.

Claveringe, Ro., 477.

Clayton, Dr., 268.

Cleave. See Cleves.

Cleborne :

Edmond, widow of, 181.

Thomas, son of Edmond, a minor, 182.

Cleeff. See Cleves.

Clement VII, Pope (1523–1534), character of, by various writers, 141.

Clenerley, Thomas, 55.

Clerk of the Crown, 382.

Cletherow, Henry, one of the “contractors,” signature of, 94.

Clevcalle or Cleaveale, in Ireland, 515.

Cleves :

(Cleef) or Cleveland, duchy of, 314, 328, 331, 363, 374.

(Cleave), duke of. See Juliers and Cleves.

Clifford :

Sir Nicholas, letters from, 132, 290, 357.

Peter, 51.

Clifton :

Lady, 276.

Mr., letter to, 60.

Clinton, Lord, son of the Earl of Lincoln, 517.

Clopton, Mr., Queen's receiver in co. Durham, 226.

Cloth, export of, 46, 47, 49, 111, 358, 359, 376, 483, 485.

Clothrove, Henry, 355.

Cluny (Clune), Gordon of, 199.

— his house razed, 14.

Coal, export of, 267.

Coal mines, 526.

Cobham Hall, 385, 479.

letters dated at, 365, 431.

Cobham :

Lady, 361.

William Brooke, Lord, Lord Chamberlain, 17, 19, 32, 35 bis, 71, 98, 107, 133, 149, 309, 361, 366, 370, 385, 405, 476 trs, 523, 536.

— letters from, 145, 196, 279, 340, 365, 407, 431, 475, 492, 493.

— letter to, 112.

— petition to, 129.

— a younger son of. See Brooke, George.

— his horses, 152, 154, 202, 464, 479, 538.

— his servants (list), 484.

Sir Henry, ambassador in France, 445.

Cochineal, taken in a prize, 211.

Cock or Cocke, Sir Harry, 32.

— letters from, 283, 291, 408.

Cockburn, Sir Richard, 8.

Cockington, letter dated at, 356.

Codrington :

Edward, captured at Flushing, confession of, 178.

John, 178.

Simon, 178.

Cogan, John, 376.

Coggeshall, 68.

Coinage, 136, 137, 152, 161, 175.

Cokayne, William, 400.

Coke, Sir Edward, attorney general, 30, 130, 191, 212, 229, 236, 238, 246, 248, 254, 256, 270, 527.

— letters from, 7, 106, 221, 241, 256, 279, 483.

— letters to, 244, 251, 281.

— signature of, 64, 243, 244.

— his mother's dower, 279.

Col.” See Cologne.

Colbron, James, scrivener, examination of, 359.

Colchester :

disputes at, 394.

letter from bailiffs and aldermen, 433.

recordership of, 433.

Coldwell, John, bishop of Salisbury, letters from, 437, 454.

Cole, Anthony, 440.

Coles, John, 85.

Coleshill, Mr., surveyor of customs, 47, 376.

Coligni. Admiral (slain 1572), de Châtillon, 134.

Colin, William, 254.

Collan. See Cologne.

Collingwood, Cuthbert, 477.

Colly, Richard, constable of Basingstoke, 211.

Colmore, Clement, 460.

Cologne (Cullin, “Col.,” Collan), 94, 97, 182, 220, 226, 260, 279, 364, 375, 423, 474.

letter dated at, 78.

Chapter of, 94.

Papal nuncio at, 94.

great floods at, 142.

Colville, John, 10.

— letters from, 4, 6, 14 bis, 199.

— his wife and children, 4.

— his symbol, 199.

Comar. See Comorn.

Combe Rawleigh, 211.

Commin, —, minister of Wi.ne, 227.

Common Pleas, Court of, 535.

Como, Cardinal, 59.

Comorn (Comar, Komora), in Hungary, on the Danube :

besieged by the Turks, 11, 26, 45, 262, 263.

bridge at, 262.

island of, 190.

Compaygne, M. letter from, 481.

Compagne, in France, 435.

Compton letter dated at, 315.

Comty. See Conti.

Concealed lands, 24.

Condé :

Louis de Bourbon, prince of (died 1569), 134.

Madame de (viz. Francisca, second wife of the preceding, aunt of King Henry IV. and step-mother to the prince of Conti), 232, 263.

Henry, the young prince of, 456.

— his mother, 456.

Condon, Patrick, petition from, 68.

Coningham, John, licence for bows, 204.

Connocke, Richard, letter from, 175.

Connyers. See Conyers.

Conquest or Conquet, in Brittany, near Brest, 311, 322.

Constable the. See Castile, Constable of.

Constable :

Captain, in the Low Countries, 146.

Harry, gone from Rome to France, 313, 386.

— letter from, 403, 487.

Sir Henry, letter from, 77.

— his wife Margaret, 77.

John, vicar of Brandsburton, 99.

William, letter from, 439.

Constantine, Roman Emperor, his summons of the Council of Nicæa, 64.

Constantinople, 189, 190, 194, 263, 332, 348, 453, 464, 506.

English ambassador at, 501.

edict issued at, 263, 269.

Contar, in Hungary, 194.

Contelaer, Captain, 345.

Conti, Lotario, Da di Poli, 45.

Conti (Comty), Francis de Bourbon, prince of, brother of Henry prince of Condé (who died in 1588), 262, 263, 301, 317, 322, 349, 371.

— letter from, 417.

Contractors, the. See under Pepper.

Conwey :

Sir John, governor of Ostend (in 1586), 6, 240.

— letter from, 195.

— his lands and goods, 138.

Conyers (Connyers) :

—, his controversy with Mr. Warburton, 303.

John, auditor, signature of, 64.

Cook :

Anne, 69.

Anthony, 69.

Mildred, second wife of Lord Burghley, 69.

William, 302.

Cooper :

—, bishop of Winchester, 55.

Richard, 87.

Cope :

Mr., 379.

Walter, letter from, 490.

Copledike, Francis, 517.

Copley, —, of Kent, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Copthall, 277, 299, 309, 310.

letter dated, 290.

Coquel, —, governor of Bois le Due, 512.

Corbie, in France, 293, 306.

letter dated at, 293, 302.

Corbray or Cortracum, college at, 123, 126.

Cordle or Cordell, Robert, a park keeper, charge against, 37, 301.

Cork, 79, 481.

Corn. See Grain.

Cornbury, 71.

Cornewall, Captain Giles, 266.

Cornish Mint, the, 161.

Cornhill, 18.

Cornwall : 160, 222, 285, 376, 377, 467, 468, 472.

lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

Spaniards make an attempt upon, 285, 290, 294, 295, 296, 298, 311, 322, 323, 366.

mines in, 15, 199, 206.

tin revenues of. See Tin.

Duchy of, 64.

Cornwall, —, 443.

Cornwallis :

Signor, his death, 27.

Sir William, 347.

— letter from, 497.

— letters from, 4, 30, 40, 136.

— his daughter's disgrace, 30.

— his wife, 4, 40.

— measles in his house, 136.

Corse, French general. See Corso.

Corsini (Corsyue) —, 106.

— sale of pepper by, 66.

Corso, Alfonzo, d'Ornano, French general, 190, 259.

Cortracum. See Corbray.

Corunna or the Groyne, 164.

Cosby, Mr. Alexander, 347.

Cossacks, the, 269.

Cosson, lands in, 494.

Cottone, Ralph, 357.

Coucy, in France, 463.

Couell, William, of Queen's College, Cambridge, 448.

Council, the. See Privy Council.

Counties :

list of lieutenants and muster masters of, 523.

lists of principal persons in, 528.

Courbe. See La Courbe.

Court, the, 3, 23, 39, 40, 91, 102, 132, 136, 158, 174, 176, 193, 194, 201, 202, 203, 205, 218, 219, 221, 222, 234, 238, 239, 247, 250, 261, 273, 277, 289, 291, 299, 302, 307, 317, 323, 324, 341, 350, 354, 364, 365, 370, 371, 372, 378, 379, 388, 400, 402, 418, 427, 431, 437, 442, 446, 492, 493, 496, 497, 500, 503, 504, 518, 519, 520, 525.

letters, &c., dated at, 1, 2, 92, 121, 138, 176, 177, 191, 193, 248, 265, 287, 291, 296, 312, 360, 400, 407, 488, 507, 509.

Covel, John, 99.

Covert, Captain, 523.

Cowell, Francis, of Tower Street, 355.

Cowling, Father Richard, a Jesuit, at Rome, 184, 220.

Cox, Dr. late bishop of Ely, 64.

Cozening, practice of, 81, 82.

Cracovia or Cracow, 190, 262, 269 bis.

Crake manor and castle, Yorks., 95.

Crane, Thomas, 426.

Cranmer, Richard, 421, 425.

Cranstoun (Cransoun), —, 14, 18.

Crawley, farm of, 55.

Creala, Turkish vizier, 263.

Creichton or Creighton. See Crichton.

Creswell (Griswell), Father, an English Jesuit in Spain and England, 106, 114, 449.

Creton. See Crichton.

Crewkerne (Crockeran, Crockehorne), 387, 418, 433.

Creyton. See Crichton.

Crichton (Creton, Creyton, Crytton, Creichton, Creighton, Creicton) :

Father William, a Scotch Jesuit, 34, 35, 72, 73, 122, 144, 243, 244, 252, 527.

— intercepted letters from, 122, 125, 130, 221, 329.

Crippes, Captain, an Englishman in Spain, 357.

Croatia, 190, 453.

Crockeran. See Crewkerne.

Croft or Crofts, Herbert, petition of, 177.

— letter from, 488.

Crompton, Mr., 218.

Crookback, Ed. See Edmund.

Cross, Daniel, 211.

Crosse :

Philip, 426.

Captain Robert, 262, 307, 387.

— letter from, 397.

— list of his ships, 307.

Thomas, 426.

Crowe, William, official to the bishop of Sodor and Man, 426.

Crown, a pedigree touching titles to the, 80.

Croxstaffe, letter dated at, 487.

Croydon, letter dated at, 340.

Cruzes, near Panama, 402.

Culenbourg or Cuilenborg, in Holland, 102.

Cullen :

Mary, 533.

or O'Cullin, Patrick, 515.

— treason of, 58, 59.

Richard, 533.

Cullin. See Cologne.

Cumberland, 138, 443.

lieutenant of. See Huntingdon, Earl of.

sheriff of, 158.

Cumberland :

George, Earl of, 33, 397, 433, 490.

— letters from, 83, 239, 261, 323, 347, 503.

Countess of, letter from, 159.

Cuno, bishop of, 264.

Cure, Mr., Queen's saddler, 291.

Curwen, Henry, his claim to be archdeacon of the Isle of Man, 425.

Cusson (Cewsson), M. de, at Dieppe, 278, 292.

Customs, 40, 49, 106, 136, 137, 151, 157, 160, 216, 393, 396.

regulations, 59.

returns, 393.



<--Previous:
Index:
B
Next:-->
Index:
D