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'Index: S', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 586-593. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111674 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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S., a symbol, 5.

S, Janet, 78.

Sacheverell (Sechverell), —, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Sadler, Sir Ralph, 360.

St. Aldegonde, Monsieur de, 328, 471.

St. Andrew's Castle, near Calshot, 85, 88, 90.

St. Augustine's, lath of, in Kent, 406.

St. Bartholomew's. See under London.

St. Catherine, Fort, near Rouen, 288, 366, 456.

St. Cosme, abbot of, 199.

St. Denis, governor of. See Deviques.

St. Domingo, in the West Indies, 258.

St. Esprit, Order of, 403, 435.

— creation of knights, 45.

St. Eval, in Cornwall, attempted Spanish landing at; 285.

St. George's Channel, 307.

St. Georgio, French general, 190.

St. Germain (St. Jarmanes), 378.

— letter dated at, 21.

St. Hellier, in Jersey, 479.

St. Herenberg. See Zerenberghe.

St. James, Order of, 448.

St. Jarmanes. See St. Germain.

St. Jean d'Angelye, in France, 434.

St. Jean de Luz (St. John de Luce, or de Lussi), near Bayonne, 185, 207, 209, 316.

St. John, knights of. See Malta.

St. John :

Lord, of Bletsoe, 523.

— letters from; 167, 460.

Lucy, Lady, daughter of Sir Thomas Cecil, 70.

— letter from, 12.

— letter from her grandfather. See Burghley, Lord.

Sir John, his heir, 167.

William, 84.

— signature of, 85.

St. Leger :

Captain, 523.

Sir Warham, certificate by, 266.

St. Luc :

(St. Luke), M. de, 366, 378, 401.

— letter from, 333.

St. Lucar (St Lucan, St. Lucas), in Spain, 328, 387, 423, 504, 505.

St. Main, in Brittany, 378.

St. Malo, 171, 311, 322.

danger of betrayal, 15.

makes terms with Henry IV, 15.

St. Martin's, in Salop, petition from the parish, 266, 268.

St. Michael, Mont, in Brittany, 378.

St. Michael's, 355.

St. Nicholas Court, in Thanet, 448, 460.

St. Omer, 254.

St. Paule. See St. Pol.

St. Paul's. See London.

St. Piran, in Cornwall, 468.

St. Pol (St. Paule, Sayent Polle), François d'Orleans, Comte de, 287, 289, 292, 293, 300, 373, 481, 493.

— letter from, 301.

St. Prix, near Lyons, 190.

St. Quintin or St. Quentin (St. Quyntans), in France, 126, 293, 306, 316, 435.

St. Sebastian, in Spain, 185, 207.

St. Tees, in Cornwall, 468.

St. Tuvall's. See Setubal.

St. Valleri (Sayent Valleyre), in France, 300, 420.

St. Vincent, Cape, 161.

Salagnac, M. de, letter from, 306.

Salcombe (Salecom, Saltcombe), in Devonshire, 310, 467.

Salcott manor, in Essex, 310.

Saldaigne, M. de, letter from, 368.

Salisbury :

— (Sarum), 83, 226, 288, 387, 407, 425, 433, 454, 473.

— letters dated at, 162, 437, 455.

— assizes at, 288.

bishop of, 537. See Coldwell, J.

— clerkship of, 537.

Salisbury :

—, lieutenant to John Killigrewe, 520.

Ralph, 241.

(Salsbury), Thomas (executed in 1586), 78.

Sallon, in Provence. 190.

Salop, lieutenant of. See Pembroke, Earl of.

Salt, 29, 164, 171, 172, 322, 442, 519, 520.

Salt pans, 526.

Saltash, in Devonshire, 468.

Saltcombe. See Salcombe.

Salter, William, of the Grocers' Company, signature of, 332.

Saltsburgh. See Salzburg.

Saluces (Saluzzes), marquisate of, 401.

Salviate, Cardinal, 529.

Salzburg (Saltsburgh), Archbishop of, 471.

Sanci, Nicholas de Harlai of, French finance minister, 20, 43, 44, 156, 435, 473, 481.

— letters from 21, 113, 193.

Sanders, Nicholas, the writer (died 1581 ?), 141.

Sanderson, Henry, searcher of Newcastle, 256.

Sandforth, Allen, petition of, 177.

Sandwich :

letter dated at, 138.

customs' return, 393.

Sanejhonstoun (i.e. St. John's Town). See Perth.

Sansbury, Thomas, 426.

Santa Crus, Marquis of, his plan for the invasion of England, 28, 29.

Santen. See Xanten.

Santlewis, in Portugal, Dutch sailors arrested at, 56.

Saragossa, 220.

Sargrave, Sir Thomas, 506.

Sarminces, Don Pedro, 449.

Sassolo, Marco Pio, prince of, 189.

Saunders, Roger, letter to, 18.

Savage, Captain, 417.

Savell :

Thomas, Queen's Surveyor.

— letter from, 199.

Savile, Mr., of Humby, 517.

Sir George letter from, 382.

Henry, 291.

— letter from, 188.

— his marriage, 291.

Savona, in Italy, 529.

Savoy, 43, 189, 269, 288, 529, 530.

Spanish ambassador in, 191.

Savoy, Duke of, 46, 127, 280, 349, 401, 402, 461.

— sends troops towards Lyons, 43, 44.

— captures Bricorasco, 46.

— besieges Caours, 190, 191.

— makes truce with France, 280, 371.

Savoyards, individual, 114.

Sawley, 228, 243, 255.

Soke of, 229.

Saxony, the administrator of, 471.

Duke of, 474.

Sayent Polle. See St. Pol.

Sayers, George, 214.

Scandalum magnatum, action of, 227, 229, 230, 242, 255, 282.

Scaresbreck, Scarisbreck or Scarswick, Humphrey, of the Isle of Man, 361, 426, 432.

Sceedmore. See Scudamore.

Schomberg, (Chomberyr, Chamberke, Shamberke, Shomberdg, Chambroc, Chomberge), Count de, 248, 349, 371, 377, 378, 403, 404.

Schools, foundation of, 164.

Schoonebvalle, sieur de. See Caron.

Scilly Islands, 274, 310, 359, 386, 520.

intended Spanish attack on, 164, 173.

Scotland (Escocia) and the Scots, 2, 8, 9, 14, 17, 34, 35, 41, 50, 57, 66, 69 bis, 73, 74, 103, 108, 111, 120, 122 bis, 125, 126, 129, 130, 134, 142, 143, 144, 160, 186, 199, 209, 221, 236, 244, 252, 253, 313, 329, 391, 414, 416, 440, 449, 458, 459, 460, 469, 473, 476, 477, 485, 493, 496, 499, 503, 505, 521, 527.

Ambassadors in.—

Dutch, 2, 74, 109, 112.

English, 5, 74. See Bowes, Robert.

Borders. See below Marches.

Chancellor of (John Maitland lord of Thirlestane), 5, 6, 110, 115, 120, 129, 416.

— his nephew in England, 6.

— death of, 416.

Convention of, 199.

Court of, 6, 9, 416.

Covenanters or heretics, 6, 34, 73, 74.

French in, 69, 134.

Highlands, 204.

Isles of, 199.

Jesuit mission to, 123–126, 244, 245.

King James VI. of, 5, 6, 10, 14, 17, 34, 41, 42, 72, 73, 74, 97, 98, 110, 111, 115, 117, 119, 120, 125, 129, 143, 145, 181, 199, 205, 221, 244, 245, 252, 274, 287, 313, 416, 452, 459, 460, 527.

— letters from, 17, 97, 153, 223, 270.

— letter to, 531.

— loan of money to, 8.

— attempts on his life, 74.

— negociatiates with the States General, 102 bis, 108–112, 115, 117, 118, 119, 130, 142, 143, 145, 147, 181, 182.

— depreciates coinage, 12.

— beer for, 148.

— coming towards Berwick, 192.

— his secretary, 270.

Kirk or Church of, 5, 6.

Marches of (“the Borders”), 65, 66, 416, 430, 431, 458, 459, 476, 493, 495, 505, 509, 527.

— wardens of, 66.

— questions touching the decay of the Middle March, 476, 477.

Merchants of the Mint, 120.

Papists or Catholics, “Northern Lords,” “Romish practises” in (See also Angus, Arran, and Huntley), 14, 18, 34, 72, 73, 74, 109, 115, 123, 124, 125, 129, 130, 209, 244, 270, 499.

— would bring in Spaniards, 18, 108, 109, 270.

— embassy sent to Philip II., 186.

Parliament of, 73.

Prince Henry of (born 19 Feb. 1593), his baptism, 142.

Queen of, 111, 192, 416.

Secretary of, 416.

Scott, Sir John, 240.

Scottish merchants, 98, 334, 396.

Scottish soldiers to serve against the Turk, 120.

Scray (Screy), lath of, in Kent, 406.

Screven, Thomas, 187.

Screy. See Scray.

Scrooby, 239.

Scrope or Scroope, Lord, 135, 159, 415, 416.

Scudamore (Skidmoore) :

Lady, 30, 76, 205.

(Sceedmore) —, a priest, 178.

John, alias John Wiseman, a Jesuit, 25, 446, 447.

John, priest, letter from, 269.

Sir John, 25, 446.

Sealing metal, a discovery, 126.

Sechverell. See Sacheverell.

Secretary, Mr. (Qu. Walsingham ?), 427.

Sedan (Sedam), 211, 429, 456.

Seeland. See Zealand.

Seger, William, Somerset Herald, 518.

Segrave, alias “P. Fitz James,” q. v.

Selby, William, alderman of Newcastle, 220.

Semayne, Lawrence, a Dutchman at Calais, 505.

Seminary priests (See also Papists), 62, 83, 107, 109, 178, 185, 204, 209, 210, 215, 239, 242, 244, 354.

harbouring, &c., of, 25, 61, 77, 98, 276.

Semones, —, a London baker, wardship of his heir, 93.

Sempill (Simple, Simpell) :

Colonel, 73, 449.

Robert, lord, letter from, 496.

Sempringham, 517 bis.

Serch, —, scrivener, 363.

Serle, Francis, 55.

Serwolde or Silwolde, in Gelderland, 314.

Sesevalle. See Sessavalle.

Sesford. See Cessford.

Sessa, Duke of, Spanish ambassador at Rome, 184.

Sessavalle (Sesevalle), Monsieur de, slain at Dourlens, 292.

Setubal (St. Tuvall's), in Portugal, 442.

Sevenhampton, farm of, 55.

Severn, the river, 468.

Severus or Subiur, Peter, general of the flyboats at the Passage, 207, 209.

Seville, 27, 56, 114, 258, 264, 504, 509.

Cardinal of, 504.

Sforza :

Ascanio, 264.

Paulo, 264.

Sfrondats, Cardinal, 264.

Shaftesbury (Shasbury), 225, 418, 433, 472.

postal times from, 472.

Shafton, letter dated at, 159.

Shalfleet (Shawflete) parsonage, in the Isle of Wight, 166.

Shamberke. See Schomberg.

Shasbury. See Shaftesbury.

Shateo Rov, M. de, 308.

Shawflete. See Shalfleet.

Sheep, 324.

Sheerenbergh, 420.

Shelley :

—, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Mrs. Jane, prisoner in the Fleet for witchcraft, 25.

William, 492.

Shepwey, lath of, in Kent, 406.

Sherborne, 161, 387, 418, 433.

letters dated at, 43, 49, 77, 165, 289, 445, 458, 469, 477.

Sheris. See Xeres.

Sherley :

Sir Anthony, letter from, 176.

(Shirley), Sir Thomas, treasurer at wars in the Low Countries, 155, 156, 241, 514.

— letters from, 154, 211, 215, 361, 394.

— petition from, 525.

— accounts of payments by, 5, 23.

— his father, 361.

— marriage of, 361.

— signature of, 23.

Sherwood :

Father, a Jesuit, 58.

William, a traitor, 15.

Shields, near Newcastle, 204.

Shipperd, Robert, an English priest at Rome, 185.

Ships named :

list of the Queen's ships at sea, 307.

Advantage, 307.

Adventure, 307.

Advice, 307.

Answer, 307.

Ascension, 76.

Bonaventure, 307.

Centurion, 530.

Crane, 307, 386, 397, 519, 520.

Defiance, 307.

Dreadnought, 307.

Dydan, 530.

Foresight, 307.

Galley Royal, of Spain, 164.

Garland, 307.

Great Susan, 96.

Hart, 489.

Hope, 307.

Jewel, of London, prize taken by, 211.

Lucca, one of the Pope's galleys, 184.

Lyon's Whelpe, 530.

Peeter, 530.

Popinjay, 530.

Pretence, 356.

Quittance, 298, 307.

Rainbow, 307.

St. Matthew, 531.

Scout, 307.

the Stricker Hospital, 530.

Sun, 307.

Swiftsure, 307, 397, 530.

Tremontain, 307.

Vanguard, 307, 531.

— letter dated from, 172.

Vice-Admiral, 324.

Ships not named :

a pinnace, 28.

a bark to go to Spain, 28.

Sir Walter Raleigh's fleet, 49 bis, 52, 161, 162.

hulks and flyboats with salt, from Portugal, 442.

at London, 145.

a flyboat taken by the earl of Cumberland's ships, 433.

going to the wars, 52.

taked by Spaniards, 56.

galleys of Naples and Sicily, 57.

a carrack, 66.

visiting Civita Vecchia, 67.

of the East India Company, 76.

fleet at Belle Isle, 164.

in the Channel, 171.

the Queen's navy in the Narrow Seas, 172, 173, 290, 307, 428, 456, 492.

— accused of attending to private gains, 172.

bound for Spain from Hamburg, 172.

from Brazil, 172.

arrested in Spain, 211, 308 bis, 316, 444.

prize taken by the Jewel, 211.

fleet of the Indies. See West Indies.

from St. Domingo, arrived in Zealand, 258.

carracks from India at the Rock, 262, 397.

fleet threatening Portugal, 264.

from Brittany, 322.

returned home to Plymouth (list), 530.

fleets against the Spaniards, 57, 67, 324, 332, 358, 387, 397, 418, 433, 442, 470, 474, 477, 499, 510.

— generals of (Drake and Hawkins), 332.

— victuallers of, 397.

Ships, Almain, 57.

Biscayan (Baskyn). See below Spanish.

Dutch (Hollanders), 56, 171, 172, 258, 328, 358.

— stayed in Portugal, 56.

Flemish (Flemings), 57, 184, 185, 207, 211, 221, 387, 397, 505, 510.

— flyboats, 29.

French, 57, 387, 444.

— a bark, 28.

— taken by Spaniards, 164.

Genoese, 264.

Hamburg and East Land, 172, 503.

Italian, 211, 342, 442, 499.

Levantine, 306.

Low Country, from and to Spain, 172.

Lubeck, stayed in Spain, 56.

Lunenberg, 215.

Papal galleys, 184, 185.

Portuguese, 162.

— a prize, 162.

— a valuable carrack (taken in 1592), commission upon, 198.

Ragusan, 306.

Scottish, 56, 67, 171, 244.

Spanish (Spaniards), and Biscayan (Baskyn), 274, 324, 366, 397, 473, 477, 479, 520, 531.

— galleys, 164, 285, 290, 295, 311, 322, 328, 366, 367, 378.

— men of war, 28 bis, 29, 34, 44, 164, 171, 173, 207, 263, 306, 307, 308, 310, 311, 322, 324, 340, 367, 383, 442, 449, 474, 498, 499.

— West Indian fleet. See West Indies.

Turkish. See Turks.

from the West Indies. See West Indies.

Zealand, 277.

Shirley. See Sherley.

Shoer near Deventer, abandoned by the Spaniards, 271.

Shomberdg. See Schomberg.

Shorne Wood, 530.

Shrewsbury :

Mary, countess of, wife of Gilbert, daughter of Sir Wm. Cavendish and aunt of Arabella Stuart, 159, 161, 227, 228, 230, 234, 243, 252, 253, 254, 255, 282, 385.

Elizabeth, countess of, widow of George, letter from, 213.

George Talbot earl of (1560–1590); 75, 234, 239, 519, 527.

Gilbert Talbot earl of, 135, 136, 139, 159, 161, 224, 227, 228, 229, 230, 233, 234, 241, 242, 243, 245, 246, 253, 255, 273, 276, 282, 346, 443, 523, 528.

— letter from, 75.

— lands of, 75.

— memorial of charges against, 526.

— a servant apprehended for treason, 135. See Williamson, N.

— his house in London, 135.

Shuldall, John, 343, 344.

Sicily (Sicilia), 45, 57, 189, 405, 499, 507.

vice-roy of, 405, 478.

Sidney or Sydney :

Mr., 302.

Sir Philip, 409, 410.

Sir Robert, governor of Flushing, 113, 226, 240 bis., 464, 499, 502.

— letters from, 308, 326, 340, 344, 372, 382, 392, 408, 409, 417, 440, 442, 443, 450, 453, 456, 473, 494, 507.

— his wife, 344, 345.

— his brother's death, 345.

Sienna (Siena), 446.

letter dated at, 214.

Sigeth or Sziget (Sigatt), in Hungary, in danger from the Turk, 121.

Silam, Matthew, master gunner of Flushing, 409.

Silesia, contribution against the Turks, 190, 194.

Silver thread, customs regulations for, 59.

Simmes, captain, 523.

Simple or Simpell. See Sempill.

Simpson, Giles, goldsmith, 33.

Sinam or Sinan Bassa, a Turkish leader in Hungary, 45, 190 bis, 194, 263.

— his niece, 263.

Singing, 178, 207.

preserving boys' voices, 155, 437.

Singleton, —, a “creature” of the dean of St. Paul's, 193.

Sittingbourn, 172.

Skeffington, Mr., 492.

Skencke, 275.

Skeers, N. See Kyrse.

Skevynton, Richard, letter from, 141.

— examination signed by, 140.

Skidmoore. See Scudamore.

Skipton, 186, 202, 207.

Skot, George, 60.

Skynner, U., letter from, 407.

Slains (Slanes), house of, to be razed, 14.

Slaney, Stephen, 476.

Slapton, in Devonshire, 467.

Sleaford (Slefford), in Lincolnshire, 516.

Slindon, 201.

Slingesby, F., 460.

Sluys, 6.

relief of (in 1587), 5.

Sm., J., 214.

Smallpox, 309.

Smith, Smyth or Smythe :

—, a priest, 445.

Captain, slain, 198.

— his widow, 42, 52, 198,

Mrs., of Gravesend, 341.

Mr. Customer, 199.

Bartholomew, 265.

—, 400.

— executors of, 396.

—, of Exeter, tin merchant, 162.

Clement, of Queen's College, Cambridge, 448.

George, letter from, 114.

Gilbert, letter to, 62.

— examination of, 67.

John, 14, 47, 199.

— petition of, 526.

Lawrence, letter from, 53.

Nicholas, customer of Yarmouth, 393.

Ottywell, 264, 265, 290, 349.

— letters from, 150, 274, 288, 292, 300, 316, 332, 429, 434, 455.

— letter to, 368.

Robert, 458.

Sir Thomas, ambassador in France (1565), 135.

Thomas, clerk of the Council, 380.

— letter from, 485.

Captain William, 79, 266.

William, 227, 440.

Snape, in Yorkshire, letter dated at, 273.

Snelling, Robert, 393.

Soame, Dr. Robert, master of Peter House in Cambridge, 247.

— signature of, 268.

Sodor and Man, bishop of. See Meryck, J.

Sofia in Turkey, riot between Janissaries and Spahi at, 263.

Soissons; 263, 289.

governor of, 289.

Prince or Comte of. See Bourbon, C. de.

Soldiers in London, 250.

Soldiers, deserters, 381.

Solicitor General, 63.

Solmes, Sulmes or Solms (Solmis), Count, 79, 183, 257, 284, 513.

— his wife, 258.

young Count Ernest of, taken prisoner and dead, 344, 345, 346, 351, 352, 364, 376, 420.

Somer, John, petition of, 393.

Somerset, the Protector Duke of, 69.

Somerset Herald, William Seger, 518.

Somersetshire, 326, 467, 468, 472.

escheator of, 217.

lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

Somes, —, tin merchant, 162.

Somme, the French river, 289, 300, 374.

Sonoy or Sonay, Mons., 275, 491.

Sotherton, George, deputy governor of the Merchants Adventurers, letter from, 359.

Sourdeac, Mons. de, governor of Brest, 269.

— letter from, 321.

Southampton (Hampton), 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 359.

customs return, 393.

mayor of, 88.

Quay at, 87, 88.

Southampton County. See Hampshire.

Southampton, Earl of, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90.

— his barber, 89.

Southampton, Mary, countess dowager of, letters from, 294, 299, 309, 475.

Souther Cape, the, 433.

Southwark, 427.

letter dated at, 49.

place where hawks are sold there, 427.

Southwell (Sowthwell), Father, death of, 449.

Sowerby, 65.

Spahi, Turkish soldiers, 263.

Spain, and the Spaniards, 13, 18, 19, 28, 29, 43, 45, 51, 55, 56, 57, 67, 73, 94, 97, 114, 121, 122, 129, 133, 144, 164, 172, 185, 186, 189, 191, 197, 204, 209, 211, 220, 225, 226, 234, 238, 258, 259, 264, 274, 308, 311, 313, 316, 319, 323, 324, 327, 232, 333, 335, 336, 337, 345, 349, 358, 364, 367, 374, 375, 378, 384, 386, 388, 390, 391, 405, 423, 427, 432, 435, 439, 444, 445, 446, 448, 452, 457, 466, 467, 468, 470, 472, 473, 474, 477, 478, 479, 482, 489, 491, 496, 498, 499, 503, 506, 507, 510, 511, 512, 515, 520, 530.

ambassadors in :

— from the Duc de Joyeuse, 258.

— from the Pope, 185.

— from Scotland, 239, 274.

arrest of ships in. See ships.

Council of Wars, 57, 209.

Court of, 57, 185, 274, 409, 449.

Dutchmen's goods arrested, 308, 316, 328.

Englishmen in, list, 357.

English College in, 448.

— rector of, 448, 449.

Infanta of, 269.

— one of her damsels, 264.

King Philip II. of, King Catholic (“Mr. Ginger,” “the Spaniard,” “the enemy”), 12, 13, 14, 16, 19, 26, 27, bis, 28, 29, 36, 54, 56, 57, 58, 63, 73, 74, 94, 97, 103, 108, 109, 117, 120, 121, 134, 135, 147, 159, 163, 168, 185, 186, 190, 191, 207, 208, 209, 221, 225, 252, 254, 258, 259, 261, 269, 271, 272, 284, 300, 302, 303, 306, 308 bis, 309, 313, 316, 317, 318, 324, 328, 330, 337, 340, 367, 372, 374, 376, 378, 383, 401, 402, 404, 405, 409, 410, 411, 416, 423, 430, 432, 435, 438, 440, 441, 444, 447, 448, 449, 451, 452, 454, 457, 461, 464, 469, 471, 473, 474, 478, 479, 489, 491, 498, 499, 500, 504, 507, 510, 515, 519, 520.

— letter to, 34.

— books against, 26.

— secret negociation with England suspected, 16, 113.

— or with France, 113.

— his secretary, 26, 97.

— his ships. See Ships, Spanish.

— makes great levies of men, 45, 55, 208.

— his council, 56.

— his goods in England, 135.

— pensioners of, 135, 225, 239, 274, 444, 482, 515.

— his master of the jewels, 186.

— wants money, and shifts made for it, 45, 186, 208, 213, 375, 510.

— great preparations against England, 186, 211.

— contribution against the Turks, 208.

— his title to the English crown, 252.

— illness of, 259, 264.

— thanksgiving at Rome for recovery of his health, 258.

— issues an edict against payment of debts to Dutchmen, 328.

— his arms, 364.

Prince of, afterwards Philip III., 264, 269.

— to marry a daughter of Archduke Charles, 191.

— to marry Arabella Stuart, 252.

proclamation in, 28.

Queen of 449.

Spaniards, individual, 114, 153, 186, 356.

Spanish Armada, (of 1588), 71, 209.

scheme of a, 29.

Spanish books, 97.

captains, 208.

language, 28, 226, 378, 417, 444.

notes, 50.

Netherlands. See Flanders.

ships. See Ships.

soldiers, in France. See France.

Sparhauk, John, commissary, 240.

— certifies musters at Ostend, 166.

Spencer :

James, deceased, 53.

Sir John, 524.

John, lord mayor of London, 40, 249.

— letters from, 113, 248.

Marie, petition of, 53.

Nicholas, customer of Bridgewater, 393.

Sir William, 80.

Spices, ungarbled, 358, 359.

Spilman, —, 52, 400.

Spinola, Ambrosio, 264.

Spinoler, Frederic, 328.

Spires, Chamber of the Empire at, 423, 474.

Spitman, John, 396.

Spott, James Douglas, laird of, 18.

— letter to, 41.

Spurry, Walter, of St. Jean de Luz, 209.

Spurway, —, of Bristol, his barque, 322.

Stade (Stode, Stoud, Stoade), near Hamburg, 177, 231, 358, 359, 400, 458, 469, letter dated at, 448.

deputy of the Merchant Adventurers at. See Ferrers.

Staden, governor of, 529.

Stafford, Sir Edward, former ambassador in France, 47, 48, 97, 195, 492.

— letter from, 495.

— his mother, 495.

Staffordshire, 225, 227, 228, 528.

sheriff's assistants (named), 524.

Staines (Stannes, Stanes), 387, 473.

Stallenge, William, letters from, 386, 418, 433, 442, 474.

Stamford, 69.

examinations by the alderman and recorder, 101.

Standish, letter dated at, 265.

Standish, John, 426.

Stanford Rivers, benefice of, 439.

Stanford's farm, sold by Essex, 218.

Stanhope :

Edward, of the Council of the North, 395, 505, 506, 507, 508.

John, of the Privy Chamber, 189, 255, 282, 347, 413, 431, 508.

— letters from, 128, 178, 219, 370.

— letters to, 106, 214, 219.

Michael, 475.

— letter from, 104.

Sir Thomas, and the riotous pulling down of his weir by the Earl of Shrewsbury's men, 146, 159, 227, 228, 229, 230, 253, 255, 276, 282, 526, 527.

— the pulling down of the, described, 255.

Stanhopes, Mr. (i.e., the Messrs. Stanhope), 159, 161, 227.

Stanist, Richard, an Irish physician in Spain, 504.

Stanley :

Mr., deceased, 260.

Sir Edward, 521.

Edward, 305.

(Standlye), Sir William, Colonel, attainted, 58, 107, 182, 252, 383, 440, 448, 449, 466, 515, 527.

Stannary (See also Tin), 137.

Stannes. See Staines.

Stansfilde, Edmund, 436, 481.

Stanton :

Mr., to be master of St. John's in Cambridge, 497, 498.

Staperr :

Richard, Levant merchant, letter from, 486, 501.

Captain, 524.

Stapers, —, tin merchant, 162.

Stapleford, Mr., Queen's purveyor, 408.

Starch, monopoly of, 332, 364, 365, 424, 425, 498, 532. See also Anton, Mr.

— history of, 532.

Star Chamber, the, 3, 205, 407, 450, 485, 516.

High Court of, 7, 108, 159, 230, 242, 250, 521, 533.

States General (General Assembly) of the United Provinces (q. v.), 2, 6, 16, 19, 60, 100, 102, 103, 108, 112, 116, 118, 119, 120, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 140, 142, 147, 154, 155, 156, 163, 167, 169, 170, 179, 181, 182, 195, 220, 221, 258, 259, 263, 272, 275, 282, 284, 285, 286, 297, 298, 305, 308, 325, 327, 329, 331, 333, 339, 344, 352, 353, 360, 363, 364, 372, 373, 374, 375, 379, 383, 384, 388, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 420, 421, 428, 429, 438, 442, 443, 453, 454, 456, 470, 471, 472, 478, 490, 491, 494, 495, 500, 512, 513, 525. See also Low Countries.

letter from, 36.

letter to, 329.

army of. See United Provinces.

demands made to and arrangements with, 99, 100, 102, 107, 111, 116, 117, 118, 119, 167, 179, 182, 197, 202, 234, 272, 326, 327, 329, 330, 331, 339, 350, 352, 373, 379, 388, 389, 405, 420, 421–4, 428, 429, 438, 490.

Scotch negociations with, 102, 108, 112, 115, 119, 130, 142, 143, 144, 145, 147, 181, 182.

proclamation by, touching the mint, 163.

rumoured peace with Flanders, 170.

treaty of 1585 with, 180.

ambassadors to :—

English, 202. See Bodley, Thomas.

German. See Emperor.

Scotch ambassador lieger. See Denniston, R.

— special envoy. See Stuart, Colonel.

Staunton, John. See Gerard.

Stawford, 459.

Steenbergen, in the Low Countries, 118.

Steenwick, in the Low Countries, 118.

Steer, Mr., skinner, 344, 359.

Sterrell, William, 63, 105.

Stevenson, John, 426.

Stewart. See Stuart.

Stidman, Mr., 218.

Stileman, John, letter from, 101.

Stirum or Stizem, Count of, commander in Groll, 271, 284.

Stoade. See Stade.

Stoaves, Mr., mercer, 438.

— his brother, at Florence, 438.

Stockes, John, 355.

Stode. See Stade.

Stoke, letter dated at, 503.

Stoke Episcopi. See Bishopstoke.

Stone, Mr., schoolmaster to the Lord Admiral's sons, 194.

Stonecrafte, in Northumberland, 460.

Stonehouse ferry, near Plymouth, 467, 468.

Story :

Geoffrey, certificates of his services in Ireland, 266.

(Storie), Dr. John (executed in 1571), 141.

Stoud. See Stade.

Stourton (Sturton), Lady, 361.

— her father, 361.

Strachen, John, Scottishman, 396.

Straits, the (of Gibraltar), 57, 358.

Strange, F., lord. See Derby, earl of.

Strasburg (Stransburg), 95.

Stratford at Bow, letter dated at, 113.

Strathbogie (Strabogy), house of, to be razed, 14.

Stransburg. See Strasburg.

Streatham (Stretham), letter dated at, 494.

Strigonia or Gran, in Hungary, on the Danube, 269.

Stuart or Stewart :

Lady Arabella, daughter of Charles earl of Lennox, 252.

— her mother, Eliz. Cavendish sister to Mary countess of Shrewsbury, 252.

Walter, commendator of Blantyre, q.v.

Colonel William, of Hounston, commendator of Pittenweem, Scotch envoy to the States General, 102 bis, 108, 109, 110, 111, 115, 119, 120, 129, 130, 142, 143, 147, 167, 181, 473, 474.

— his instructions, 108, 117, 142, 144.

— his mission to the States General in February 1593; 142.

Sture. See La Sture.

Sturton. See Stourton

Stych, George, deposition of, 61.

Styckells, Mr., 490.

Style :

Oliver, of the Grocers' Company, one of the “contractors,” signature of, 94, 332.

Percival, 76.

Roger, 76.

William, letter from, 76.

Subiur', Peter. See Severus.

Subsidies, evasion of, 149.

Succession of the Crown (others under Scotland, king of), 251, 252, 253.

Sudeley, 24, 197.

Suderman, Wilham, 241.

Suffolk, 148.

lieutenant and muster masters of (named), 523.

Suliarde, Edward, letter from, 19.

Sulmes. See Solmes.

Sumachi, Michel, a Greek merchant in Venice, 498.

Sunbury, letter dated at, 191.

Sunderland, 526.

Surrey, 65.

lieutenant and muster master of, 523.

Surveyor, the Queen's. See Savell.

Suspicious persons likely to arrive, 305.

Sussex, 29, 30, 227, 312, 323, 324.

lieutenant and muster masters of (named), 523.

Sussex :

Earl of, 129.

— letters from, 4, 133.

— letter to, 353.

Thomas Ratcliff, earl of (1556–1583), 395, 506.

Sutherland, Earl of, 6.

Swaine, Anthony, of Calshot, 90.

— examination of, 84.

Swan, —, 439.

Swarte or Swartes :

Clement, 356.

Jeremias, a Dutchman, 354, 355, 356.

Swartzenburg, levies troops about Cologne, 260.

Sweden, governor of, 529.

King of, 400.

Sweet, Robert, a Devonshire man, 215.

— information touching, 210.

Swetnam, Peter, arrested, 139.

Swinerton, Mr., 98.

Swiss soldiers. See France.

Swoll. See Lwolle.

Swyshes (i.e. Swiss soldiers). See France.

Sydney. See Sidney.

Symbols and numbers used to indicate names, 122, 123, 124, 125, 199, 214, 386, 391, 392.

Symon, Jehan, 428.

Symondes, William, 55.

Symons, James, a messenger sent to the low countries, 202.

Symson, —, 52.

Sywood, in Northumberland, 460.

Sziget. See Sigeth.



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