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'Index: D', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 552-555. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111663 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Dacombe (Dackhom), Dercombe, Deckam or Dackam, Captain Robert, 132, 382.

— letter from, 464, 484.

Dacres of the South, Gregory Fiennes lord (died 1594), 206.

— his sister, Margaret, wife of Sampson Leonard q.v.

Lady, widow of Gregory Fiennes, lord Dacres of the South, 315.

— illness and death of, 205, bis.

— her will, 206, 215.

— — executors of, 293.

— her brother's family, 206.

Dacres of the North, the late lord, his lands, 65, 66.

Dacres or Dacre :

Mr. 448.

Francis, attainted, 50, 244, 252, 527.

Leonard, lands of, 443.

Richard, attainted, 66.

— his wife and daughters, 66.

Dakyns :

Edward, 98.

Hillarie, charges against, 62, 98.

— his sister, 98.

Thomas, 98.

Dalamor, John, water serjeant of Hamble-en-le Rice, 84, 86, 88, 90.

Dalkeith, 4.

letter dated, 10.

Dalston, John, 443.

Daman, Senor, a Spaniard at Madrid, 186, 207, 208, 209.

— his wife and daughters, 208.

Danett, Thomas, letter from, 195.

Dansell, Sir William, former receiver of the Court of Wards, 222.

Dantzic (Dansich, Danske), and the Danskers, 17, 46, 510, 513.

Danube, the river, 195.

bridges over, 194, 262.

the mouth of the, 194.

Danvers, Duc. See Nevers, Duc de.

Danvers or Davers :

Lady, 288, 464.

— her sons, Sir C. and H., 288, 464.

Mr., 288.

Sir Charles, 389.

— letters from, 129, 223, 463, 464.

— examinations touching, 84–90.

— his father, 129.

Sir Henry, 389.

— letters from, 77, 532.

— examinations touching, 84–90.

Danyell :

John, prisoner in the Counter, 483, 515.

— letters from, 481, 496, 504, 513.

— petition of, 497.

— his son, 481.

Samuel, a parsonage for, 166.

Darcey, —, 476.

Darcy, Lord, 505.

Darcye, Francis, or Sir Francis, 240, 395.

Dartford, 172, 431, 503.

Dartmouth, 67, 198, 367, 467.

Dauphiné, 190.

Davenport, Randolph, of Queen's College, Cambridge, 448.

Davers. See Danvers.

Davizon, Mr., 427.

Dawe, Jock, 460.

Dawse, I., 393.

Dawtrey, Captain, 523.

Day, —, of Southampton, 87.

William, dean of Windsor, 7, 48 bis, 122.

— letters from, 7, 79, 84.

Deacon, Mrs. Elizabeth, 214.

— her father, 214.

Deane, Mr., of New Inn, 341, 343 bis.

Dearlessie, in France, 366.

Deckam. See Dacombe.

Deepe. See Dieppe.

Deer, 65, 101, 385, 479.

Deering, Captain, 291.

Delavale :

Harry, 477.

Robert, 477.

Delfino, Signor Flaminio, 264.

Delft, 39, 266.

Denbighshire, 369.

Denis, Gabriel, an English pensioner in Flanders, 225.

— his wife and children, 225.

Denization, 205.

Denmark, 440.

claim to the Orkney Islands, 111.

King of, 469, 474.

Prince of, his sister's marriage, 529.

Denmowers, Duke. See Nemours.

Dennis, Sir Thomas, letter from, 285.

Denniston (Denistonne) :

Alexander, 9.

Robert, Scottish consul at Veere, ambassador lieger to the States General (“the lieger”), 112, 129, 130, 144, 145.

Denny, Sir Edward, 31, 32 bis.

— letter from, 130.

Denton manor, 391.

Denvares or Denvars, Duke. See Nevers, Due de.

Denys :

Captain, gentleman porter of Flushing, 240.

Morrys, 240.

Deoux. See Dewhurst.

Deparnon. See Epernon.

Deptford and Deptford Strond, 174, 194, 399.

letter dated at, 496.

Derby :

Alice Countess dowager of, 425.

Elizabeth Countess of, wife of William, daughter of the Earl of Oxford, 70, 158, 181, 524.

Henry, earl of (1574–92), father of William, 20.

Ferdinand, lord Strange, earl of (1592–4), brother of William, 20, 58, 59, 77, 99, 253.

William, earl of, 70, 83, 99, 181, 253, 425.

— letters from, 20, 287, 361.

— letter to, 432.

— his wife's jointure, 181.

Derbyshire, 224, 242, 276.

lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

Dercombe. See Dacombe.

Desdiguieres. See Lesdiguieres.

Desmond, Earl of, his rebellion, 266.

Dethicke :

Mr., 50.

Sir Gilbert, late Garter King of Arms, 518.

William, Garter King of Arms, 518.

Deutichem (Dotcum), in Gelderland, 285.

Devara. See Ybarra.

Deventer, in Overyssel, 118, 271.

Deviques. See Vic, M. de.

Devon or Devonshire, 210, 211, 313, 376, 467, 468, 472.

letter from the justices of the peace, 419.

lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

mines in, 199.

a man of, suspected, 210. See Sweet, R.

tin revenues of, 137, 161, 175.

trained bands of, 419.

Dewhurst :

Bartholomew, letter from, 197.

Bernard, letter to, 167.

Dewsborough. See Doesburg.

Dexter, John, traitor, 76.

Deydiaquez. See Idiaquez.

Deza, Cardinal, 529.

Diamonds. See Jewels.

Dickinson, —, an Englishman at Brussels, 254.

Dieppe (Deepe), 199, 278, 313, 318, 332, 333, 362, 366, 368, 429, 520.

letters dated at, 146, 151, 275, 289, 292, 298, 299, 301, 303, 306, 308, 314, 317, 322, 333, 337, 430, 434, 456, bis, 473.

English ordnance at, 44, 290, 292.

governor of, 290, 292, 332, 429. See Chastre, M. de.

lieutenant of, 298

grande rue at, 146.

castle of, 298.

councillor house, 298.

Digges :

James, muster master, 240.

Thomas, muster-master general and commissary in the Low Countries, 240 bis, 367.

— widow of, 367.

Digier or Digiueres. See Lesdiguieres.

Digion. See Dijon.

Dijon (Digion), in France, 263, 269, 278.

letter dated at, 223.

revolts in favour of Henry IV., 217.

Dillenburgh, country of, in Westphalia, 212.

Dillon, Sir Robert, 53.

Dinant, Duke of Mercoeur's treatment of, 15.

Dincarville. See Incarville.

Dingnam, Richard, 488.

Dinteville (Tinteville), M., French general, 217.

Dixon, Mr., of Gracechurch Street, 140.

Do, Mons. See O.

Dobleol, Mons., agent at Rome for the Card. Archduke, 258.

Docenton, Captain, 198.

Dodd, Tristram, 460.

Dodierne. See Audierne.

Dodsworth, Mr., of York, 204.

Doesburg (Dewsborough, Dousbourough), in Gelderland, 257, 259.

letters dated at, 483, 486, 487.

Dogs, 517.

Irish greyhounds, 511.

a setter, 382.

Dole (Dolle, Doll), in France, 289, 316.

Domall, M. See Aumale, Duc d'.

Doncaster, 239.

Doncq, Captain, of Dutch cavalry, 314, 345.

Dorchester, 225, 226, 274.

Doria, Prince, 45, 191, 506.

Dorlaix, 275.

Dorlance or Dorland. See Dourlens.

Dorman, a Papal writer, 141.

Dorman's Well, Lady Dacre's house at, 215.

Dormer :

—, his daughter, Jane, duchess of Feria, 238.

Sir Robert, 523.

Dorset, 472.

lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

sheriff of, 52.

Dort, in Holland, 220, 479.

Dorvernynyes. See Douarnenez.

Dotcum. See Deutichem.

Douarnenez (Dowarnynyes, Dorvernynyes, Douarannenes), in Brittany, near Brest, 322, 367, 378.

Douay (Duacum, Doway, Dowa, Doué), 259, 303.

college at, 62, 63, 122, 123, 126, 178, 185, 204, 244, 254, 515.

— superior of, 204. See Cheyney, Father.

Doublans, in France, letter dated at, 306.

Doughtie :

—, Englishman in Spain, 357.

John, customer of Boston, 393.

Douglas :

Archibald, Scotch Ambassador, 78.

— letters to, 9, 17, 204, 247, 260, 415, 509.

Archibald, son of William, earl of Morton, 10, 17.

George, 460.

James, letter from, 17, 415.

James, of Spott. See Spott.

R., letter from, 9.

— intention to come to England, 9.

Stephen, 460.

Thomas, 460.

Doulande, John, a lute player, 269.

— letter from, 445.

— his children, 447.

— his wife, 446, 447.

Dousbourough. See Doesburg.

Dounes, Edward, of Waterford, 209.

— his brother, a priest, 209.

Dourlens (Durlane, Dorland, Dourland, Dowrland, Dorlance), in France, captured by the Spaniards, 275, 287, 288, 289, 292, 293, 300, 305, 306, 308, 316, 325, 366.

Douting, —, an English prisoner in Brittany, 164.

Dove, Mr., his “certificate of tin,” 138.

Dover, 298, 407, 428, 479.

Castle, lieutenant of. See Fane, T.

letter dated at, 202.

postal times from, 172.

mayor of, 428.

Dover Roads, 171.

Dover, —, beer licences of, 396.

Dowarnynyes. See Douarnenez.

Doway. See Douay.

Dowdick, in Lincolnshire, 310.

Dowghtie. See Doughtie.

Dowlle, John, customer of Bristol, 393.

Downgarvan. See Dungarvan.

Dowrland. See Dourlens.

Doyes or Doysse. See Oyse.

Dracot. See Draycot.

Draighton, John, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Drake (Drack) :

Sir Francis, 53, 79, 127, 155, 186, 198, 208, 262, 263, 285, 290, 296, 307, 316, 322, 324, 358, 397, 402, 433, 436, 461, 474, 477, 499, 505.

— letters from, 294, 319, 332.

— letters to, 297, 324.

— list of his ships, 307.

John, 507.

Draper, Henry, brewer, petition of, 49.

Drapp, Welcher van, letter to Poly addressed, 8.

Draycot (Dracot), —, an Englishman in Italy, 447.

Dredge, Thomas, of Tichfield, 86.

— examination of, 88.

Drent, in the Low Countries, 118.

Dreux, battle of (Dec. 1562), 134.

Drew, Mr., Queen's serjeant, 238, 493.

Drewell, Mr., 89.

Droxford or Drokensford, farm and mill of, 31, 55.

Drury :

Sir Dru, 475.

— letter to, 476.

Sir Edward, letter from, 315.

John, letter from, 309.

Dryland, Christopher, priest, 25.

— confession of, 492.

Dublin, 53, 209, 504.

Du Boys, Lieutenant, 345, 346.

Dudley Castle, letter dated at, 407.

Dudley, Lord, letter from, 407.

Dudley :

—, customer of Newcastle, 393.

Mr., 445.

Robert, letter from, 238.

Duelling, 439.

Du Mayne. See Mayenne.

Dundas, W. See Fingask.

Dundee, 56.

Dungarvan (Downgarvan), 481.

Dungeness, 172.

Dunkirk, 132, 133, 172, 308 bis, 328, 391, 479, 484, 492, 495.

governor of, 484.

mutiny of troops near, 121.

Dunster, in Somersetshire, 468.

Du Perron, Jacques Davy, Cardinal (M. di Perona), bishop of Evreux, 449.

— letter from, 344.

— his mission to Rome, 45, 259, 264, 269, 271, 280, 317, 333, 334, 349, 401.

Duport, John, vice-chancellor of Cambridge (1595), master of Jesus College, 247, 268.

Durham (Duresme), 484.

letter dated at, 256.

Durham, county palatine, 50, 226.

Durham, Bishopric of, 7, 50, 122, 177, 369, 493.

Bishop of. See Hutton, M.; also Matthew, T. (1595).

Dean of. See Matthew, T.

deanery of, 148, 369.

Durlach. See Baden-Durlach.

Durlane. See Dourlens.

Dusseldorff, fighting at, 94.

Dutch captain, a prisoner, 193.

cheeses, 494.

language, 450.

merchants, 358, 359.

Dutton :

Mr., of Gloucestershire, 207.

Captain, 523.

Duviks. See Deviques.

Dyer :

Sir Ed., 360.

Edward, letter from, 494.

Dymmocke, Mr., 85, 86, 88, 89.

Dymoke :

Charles, uncle of Sir Edward, 517, 518.

Sir Edward, 515.

— letters from, 509, 510.

Dynan, Comte de, slain at Dourlens, 300.

Dyrykson, Hans, letters from, 391, 432, 461.



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