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'Index: U-Z', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 595-601. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111676 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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U.

Udall, Sir William, 60.

Uffall, in Lincolnshire, 517.

Uffington, letter dated at, 381.

Ulmo, letter dated, 193.

Umena. See Mayenne.

Umpton. See Unton.

United Provinces of the Netherlands. (See also States General), 36, 39, 116, 117, 118, 142, 167, 180, 196, 211, 272, 340, 374, 389, 420, 443, 472, 490, 491, 510.

army (camp) of (of the States General), 103, 163, 259, 266, 271, 282, 283, 285, 305, 326, 327, 329, 331, 337, 339, 344, 351, 352, 353, 360, 363, 364, 372, 374, 375, 379, 380, 383, 389, 404, 405, 416, 420, 529. See also Low Countries.

— method of discipline, 284.

council of estate of, 102, 133, 212, 260, 321, 327, 331, 352, 353, 363, 372, 373, 379, 383, 388, 389, 421, 429.

prosperous state of, 39, 118.

list and description of, 75.

states general of. See States General.

taxation (contributions) in, 102, 107, 111, 116, 118, 179.

Universities, the. See Oxford and Cambridge.

Unton or Umpton (Hompton) :

Sir Henry, 298, 473.

— letters from, 93, 260.

— letter to, 280.

Upbury, 235, 533, 534.

Uphall Callards, in Norfolk, 279.

Upton, letter dated at, 96.

Urbino, in Italy, despatch of troops from, 259, 264.

Urbino, Duke of, 259.

— to send forces into France, 191.

Uring, —, a messenger in Ireland, 209.

Usury, unlawful, 362.

Utrecht, in the Low Countries, 179, 220, 478, 491.

great floods at, 142.

banished men of, 275.

Uvedall, Sir Edmund, lieut. governor of Flushing, 241, 450.

— letter from, 105.

V.

Vachop. See Wauchop.

Vachorum, Adam, to ask alms in Italy for the Jesuits, 123.

Vaison, in France, William Chisholm, bishop of (Vasionensis), 123.

Valaque. See Wallachia.

Valdey lands, the, 494.

Valdis, Pedro, a Spanish captain, gone with troops to Ireland, 340.

Vale, —, servant to the Lord Chamberlain, 408.

Valence (Valenza), in France, 190.

Valenciennes, 372.

Valke, Mr., of the States General, 102, 145, 490.

Valkemburg, in the Low Countries, 118.

Vallac. See Wallachia.

Valladolid, 185.

Vanambon, —, colonel in Flanders, 272.

Vandcinden, Jasper, 356.

Van den Bergh or Berke. See Bergen in Zutpheu.

Van der Lippe, Count, and the people of Embden, 212, 513.

Vanderverke, Mr., 428.

Van Grappen, Michael, a spy, 6.

Van Holst, John, brewer, 338, 355.

Van Lore, Peter or Sir Peter, 213, 457.

— letters to, 391, 432, 461.

Varnon, Robert, surveyor of victuals at Berwick, 526.

Varra. See Ybarra.

Varvakes or Varvackes, M. de, 429, 430, 434.

Vasconcelos. See Figueredo de Vasconcelos.

Vasionensis. See Vaison, bishop of.

Vasseur, dismissed from the Council of Flanders, 103.

Vast, the. See Waes.

Vaughan, —, 82, 362, 363.

Edward, servant to Sir John Wolley, 139.

Henry, customer of Cardiff, 393.

John, customer of Milford, 393.

Dr. Richard, archd. of Middlesex, to be bishop of Bangor, 18, 215, 216.

— letter from, 439.

Vavasour, Sir Thomas, letter from, 357.

Veer or Veere. See Vere.

Veere or Ter Veere, in Zealand, 112.

Scottish Consul at. See Denniston, R.

Venice, and the Venetians, 22, 189, 210, 378, 404, 435, 446, 447, 449, 464, 486.

letter dated at, 499.

Doge of. See Cicogna (1585–95); also Grimani (1595–1606).

— election of, 189.

Spanish ambassador at, 185.

bankruptcy of a merchant of, 498.

a fugitive from, 22.

merchants of, 137.

— licence to, 15.

news from, 262, 268, 280, 332, 348.

Venice gold, 59.

Verdugo, Colonel, 257, 258, 263, 269, 346.

— marching into Luxembourg, 182, 183.

Vere (Veer) :

Sir Francis, 20, 36, 39, 166, 241, 282, 283, 342, 351, 353, 380, 420, 466.

— letters from, 107, 146, 155, 156, 183, 259, 285, 286, 305, 335, 388, 344, 360, 375, 404, 443, 486.

Horace or Sir Horace, brother of Sir Francis, 287.

— letter from, 513.

Sir John, 364.

Captain Robert, brother of Sir Francis, 344, 345, 346, 351, 353, 364, 512.

Verona, 269.

Verstegan (Vestigan), Richard, of Antwerp, an English pensioner in Flanders, 26, 63, 225, 252, 445.

Veson. See Vesoul.

Vesoul (Vesou), in Burgundy, 217.

Vestigan. See Verstegan.

Vianen, in the Netherlands, great floods at, 142.

Vic (De Vicq, Duviks), M. de, governor of St. Denis, 366, 386, 388.

Vice Chamberlain, Mr., 16, 127, 206, 341, 417, 425.

— letters to, 78, 94, 213.

— legacy to, 206.

Vicemburg, in Hungary (Qu. Zem near Comorn ?), 262.

Vicq. See Deviques.

Victry. See Vitry.

Vidame, the. See Amiens, Vidame of.

Vieme, in danger from the Turk, 121.

Vienna, 190, 194, 262, 263, 268, 280, 332.

Vienne (Vienna) in France, 190.

Villa Franca, 452.

Villars or Villiers, M. de, Admiral of France, slain near Dourlens, his death and burial, 274, 275, 287, 288, 292, 298, 301, 314, 317, 348.

— his brother. See Oyse, Chevalier d'.

— his offices, 301.

Villeroi, N. de Neuville de, French secretary of State, 44, 435, 481.

Villiers. See Villars.

Vicenzo, Vincentio de, alias Ottavio Negro, letter from, 21.

— examination of, 22, 23.

Virgin Mary, confraternity of the, 226.

Visconti, Mons., Papal nuncio in Hungary, 259.

Visino, Sir Virginio, letter to, 76.

Vitry (Victry), marquis of, 278.

Vlissing. See Flushing.

Vorme. See Worms.

Vycarin, Nicholas, soldier in the Low Countries, 245.

Vyges, John de, a post, 332.

W.

W., Lord, his men to be imprisoned, 96.

Waad (Wade), W., clerk to the Privy Council, 347, 488, 495, 507.

— letters from, 2, 114, 115, 141, 142, 147, 148, 346, 353, 440, 491.

— letters to, 148, 353, 400.

— examination signed by, 140, 185, 186.

— his brother, 492.

— signature of, 267.

Wadley, letter dated at, 93.

Waes (Waste, Vast), land of, in Flanders, 266, 271, 284.

Wakring, Mr., 463.

Wales, 242, 369, 379, 382, 461.

deputy lieutenants in, 382.

principality of, for James VI., 74, 252.

North, want of schools in, 164.

South, Queen's attorney in, 104.

Walker :

Frideswede, letter from, 15.

— her late husband's services, 15.

Thomas, a capper, 296.

Captain William, letter from, 521.

Wallachia (Valaquie), 194, 195.

(Vallac, Valaquie), Duke of (Michael IV.), 95, 190, 194, 195.

Waller, Sir Walter, 241.

— letter from, 28.

Wallis, —, 461.

Walloons, 268, 326, 340, 378, 507.

— a captain of, 382, 383.

Wallpoole :

Mr., prisoner in the Tower, 25.

Father, a Jesuit, death of, 449, 515.

Thomas, 515.

Walmisley, or Walmesley :

Robert, a “dogleech,” 211.

— letter from, 200.

Thomas, judge of common pleas, letter from, 469.

Walshe, Mr. Justice, chief justice of Munster, 481, 482, 483.

Walsingham, Sir Francis, Queen's secretary (died 1590), 28, 71, 239, 275, 316, 366, 455.

Walssam, near Orsoy, in Cleves, 314.

Walter, Sir. See Raleigh, Sir W.

Walterston, letter dated at, 93.

Waltham, in Essex, 309.

Waltham Forest, office of keeper of, 426, 427.

Waltham, Roger. See Walton.

Walton Wood, 66.

Walton or Waltham, Roger, sent prisoner to the Counter, 341, 342 bis, 343, 344, 395.

— examination of, 343.

— his wife, 342 bis.

— her sister, 345.

Walwood, Mr., 5.

Warburton, Mr., his controversy with Conyers, 303.

captain, 386, 387.

Mr. Serjeant, 277.

Peter, of Arley, 524.

Warde Castle, near Chassdeverch, 226.

Wards, Court of, 187, 222, 233, 256, 277, 303.

— accounts of, 528.

— attorney of, 277, 436.

— clerk of the, 187.

— receiver of. See Fleetwood, W.;

Goring, George (died 1595).

sale of, 218, 529.

Ware, 509.

Ware, John, petition of, 184.

Wares Ashe, in Tichfield parish, 86, 88.

Wark (Werk), 18.

Warmington, William, letter to his mother, 67.

Warren :

Mrs., 61, 62.

William, 266.

Warthington, Father, 515.

Warwick, Countess of, 101, 444, 481.

— letter to, 53.

Warwickshire :

Sheriff of, letter to, 138.

Sheriff's assistants (named), 524.

Washington, Mr., parson of Fawley, 51.

Waste. See Waes.

Waterford, in Ireland, 185, 186, 207, 209, 481.

Watson :

Mr., Queen's chaplain, 250.

Chr., a sergeant, 334.

Watts :

—, alderman of London, 211 bis, 489.

—, lately come from Spain, 477.

John, one of the contractors for the carrack, signature of, 94.

Wauchop (Vachop), John, a Scot in Dieppe, 199.

— his wife, 199.

Waynman, Captain Edmund, 78.

— letter from, 502.

Wayte :

Tristram, gunner, 51.

William, letters from, 173, 251, 268.

— his wife and children, 173.

Weamle, 393.

Webb :

—, 535.

William, letter from, 305.

Webbe, Thomas, letter from, 79.

Webbes, Thomas, 6.

Webster, Dr., letter to, 439.

Weerdt, in the county of Horne, taken by surprise, 466.

Weir, the. See Stanhope, Sir T.

Welbeck, 255.

Welford, Sir Thomas, 405.

Welles, Mr., 443.

Well Hall, Mr. Roper's house, letter dated at, 369.

Wells, —, to stand on the pillory, 483.

Welsh, the language, 18.

Welshe, Captain, 495.

Welton :

Christopher, 460.

Nicholas of Welton, 460.

Wemyss, Lord, his conference with the Queen, 97, 98.

Wentworth :

Philip, of Suffolk, 148.

William, son of Lord Wentworth, marries Burghley's daughter Eliza, 70.

— dies, 70.

Werk. See Wark.

Wescot, —, master of a Bristol barque, 322.

Wesel, in Cleves, 314, 326, 328, 344, 346, 364, 372, 512, 529.

letters dated at, 326, 339, 344, 360, 375, 405.

West, Sir Thomas, 84, 87.

— letter from, 226.

— signature of, 85.

— his son Thomas's journey, 226, 227.

Westerfield, Thomas, Englishman in Spain, 357.

West Indies :

(India) or New Spain, 3, 52, 263, 317, 324, 375, 452, 474, 499, 520.

— Spanish Fleet from, “Indian Fleet,” 19, 27, 28, 45, 56, 186, 189, 191, 197, 208, 211, 213, 221, 234, 258, 262, 264, 324 bis, 386, 397, 423, 461.

— two carracks laden with treasure, 56.

— offer of the merchants to protect, 258.

Westminster, 69 bis, 70, 71 bis, 153, 214, 290, 483, 535.

letters dated at, 198, 248, 254, 291, 408, 462.

warrants, &c., dated, 135, 148, 165, 174, 199.

baileys of, 173, 251.

Abbey of, 71 bis.

— dean of. See Goodman, G.

— dean and chapter of, 197.

— tombs at, 400.

Channon or Canon Row, 69, 487.

— letters dated at, 20, 174, 287.

Gatehouse prison, 76, 233, 278, 346, 354, 368, 527.

— letters dated at, 151, 160, 161, 173, 230, 234, 245.

— keeper of, 76, 161, 282. See Pykering, Morris.

St. Martin's, bequest to the church, 197.

St. James's, 69.

— letter dated at, 121.

Star Chamber. See under S.

Whitehall, 171, 341, 407.

— letters, &c., dated at, 138, 176, 717, 470.

York House, letter dated at, 108.

Westmoreland, 158.

lieutenant of. (See Huntingdon, Earl of), 523.

sheriff of, 158.

Westmoreland, Charles Nevill earl of, 527.

— his rebellion (in 1569), 70.

— his daughter, 432.

Weston, Sir William, death of, 53.

Westroppe, Ralph, serjeant at arms to the Council of the North, 395.

Westwell manor, in Kent, 176.

Wetenhall, John, letter from, 509

Wetherby, 135.

Weymouth, 391, 477.

Whaley, Mr., 385.

Wharton :

Humphrey, 182.

Samuel, 58, 236, 489.

— letter from, 488.

— confessions of, 184, 203, 489.

— examination of, 220.

Wheeler :

Richard, 507.

Thomas, 507.

Wheldrake manor, Yorks., 68.

Whimple, sale of a tenement in, 114.

Whitaker, Dr. William, master of St. John's College in Cambridge, 465.

— letter from, 114.

— signature of, 268.

Whitchurch, Salop, 75.

White or Whyte, Mr. (the Irish master of the Rolls ?), 347.

Captain, his conspiracy at Flushing, 204.

Henry, 419.

James, an Irish student at Donay, 515.

John, servant to Sir Henry Palmer, letter to, 193.

Sir Nicholas, master of the Rolls in Ireland, 349.

Robert, clerk of munitions, 408, 409,

Thomas, son of Sir Nicholas, 347 bis.

Whitgift. See Canterbury, archbishop of.

Whitley Lodge, near Tichfield, 89.

Whytney, —, of Bow Lane 341.

Wickham (Wykeham), William, bishop of Lincoln, translated to Winchester (1595), 177, 250.

— letters from, 37, 46, 128.

— letter to, 41.

Widdryngton, Roger, 477.

Wigborough manor, in Essex, 310.

Wight, Isle of, 311, 393.

muster master of, Capt. Degory Hinder, 523.

Wilbraham, Thomas, 524.

Wilford, near Nottingham, 229.

Wilford, Sir Thomas, letter from, 367.

Wilks or Wilkes :

—, 26.

Sir Thomas, 52, 130, 159, 458, 495, 507.

— letter from, 488.

— intended embassy to Brussels, 8, 11, 12, 19, 20, 34, 252.

Wilky, Stephen, servant to John Killegrew, 520.

Willemstadt, in the Low Countries, 466.

William, Count. See Nassau, count W. of.

William, Father. See Hun.

Williams :

Captain, 523.

David, serjeant at law, Queen's Attorney in South Wales, letters from, 104 bis.

Richard, in a plot against the Queen, 254, 515.

Sir Roger, 6, 184, 377, 386, 390, 400, 428, 499, 501, 507.

— letters from, 362, 366, 371, 387.

William, letter from, 499.

Williamson :

Anne, wife of Edmund, 139 bis.

Anthony, uncle of Edmund, 146.

Edmund, brother of Nicholas, 139, 142, 147.

— letter from, 148.

— letter to, 145.

— examination of, 141.

— his house searched, 139.

— list of persons taken there, 139.

— his father's house near Oxford, (at Tusmore, q.v.), 139.

— his mother, 145, 146.

— sureties for, 148.

George, 139, 146.

James, cousin of Nicholas, 139, 141, 142, 148, 160, 227.

— examination of, 140.

— signature of, 140.

Nicholas, the earl of Shrewsbury's servant, 140, 141, 145, 148 bis, 221, 222, 224, 227, 228, 236, 239, 242, 243, 244, 273, 284, 311, 329, 526, 527, 528.

— letters from, 151, 153, 159, 161, 228, 230, 233, 244, 251, 254, 281, 302, 373, 476.

— letter to, 251.

— apprehended for treason, 135, 138.

— his house in Derbyshire; at Wilne, q.v.

— note of writings taken from his house, 224.

— his wife, 224, 225, 228 bis, 229, 241, 242, 245, 246, 253, 528.

— his answers to interrogatories, 227, 228.

— interrogatories for, 228, 528.

— his aged parents, 229, 245, 253.

— imprisonment of, 236.

— his five brothers and six sisters, 253, 254.

Thomas, father of Edmund and Nicholas, 147, 242.

— letter from, 145.

Thomas, cousin of the preceding, 145.

Thomas, brother of Nicholas, 227, 228, 229, 242.

Willis, Mr., Sir R. Cecil's secretary, 211, 277.

Willoughby :

Lord, 240.

Lord, of Parham, 517, 518.

Sir Francis, 524.

Richard, letters from, 45, 189.

Wilne or Church Wilne, in Derbyshire :

Nicholas Williamson's house at, 140, 222, 224, 227, 228, 229, 528.

things hidden in the church steeple, 225, 227.

Wilson :

—, of York, 494.

Captain, 524.

Wilton, letter dated at, 238.

Wilton, Edward, 308.

— letters from, 298, 313, 348, 385, 397, 403, 435.

Wiltshire, 421.

lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

murder in, 87, 88, 89.

sheriff of, 288.

Wimbledon, 69 bis, 273.

Wimborn Minster, 67.

Winchester (Wynton), 31.

letter dated at, 281.

cathedral, dean and chapter of, 41.

gaol, 37.

College of, warden. See Bilson, Dr.

Winchester (Winton), bishopric of, 38, 41, 46, 65, 128, 177.

— bishop of. See Wickham, W.

— note of lands granted away, 55.

— Gardiner, bishop of, 69.

Winchester, William Paulet, marquis of, Lord Treasurer (died 1572), 70.

William Paulet, marquis of (1576–98), grandson of the preceding, 523 bis.

— letter from, 214.

Windebank, Thomas, 69, 75.

— letter from, 8.

Windsor, 1, 463.

letters dated at, 395, 402.

Dean of. See Day, W.

Windsor Herald, 518.

Wines :

French, 130, 479.

Rhenish, 479.

Spanish, 106.

Wingfield :

Lady, 347.

Anthony, 241.

(Wynckfylde), Sir John, 240, 370.

Captain Richard, 240, 347.

Robert, letter from, 96.

Thomas Maria, 240.

Winifred, 216, 236.

Winsore, —, cousin of N. Williamson, 229.

Winston, Sir Harry, letter from, 265.

Winter, Sir Edward, letters from, 460, 479.

his wife and her father, 480.

Winton. See Winchester.

Wirtemberg, Duke of, 416.

Wisbeach, 25.

Wiseman :

Edmund, servant to the Earl of Essex, 398.

— letters from, 298, 308, 317, 377.

Jane, 25.

John, a Jesuit. See Scudamore.

Thomas, a Jesuit, 25.

William, of Braddockes, imprisoned for harbouring Jesuits, 25, 492.

— his four sisters, nuns abroad, 25.

Witchcraft, Witches and Sorcery, 25.

Woad (“oade”), sale of, 68.

Woddrington or Wodringtun :

Henry, 477.

Robert, 477.

Woderof, Sir Nicholas, of London, 40.

— his son, 40.

Woerden, in Holland, 513.

Wolft, in Gelderland, letter dated at, 285, 287, 305.

Wolley, Sir John, 211.

— letters from, 1, 92, 152, 153.

— letters to, 49, 95.

— a servant arrested, 139.

— his son, 153.

Wood, sales of, 530.

Wood :

—, to lose his ears, 483, 485.

Dr. Stephen, an Englishman at Nantes, 62.

Woodhall, letter dated at, 500.

Woodhouse :

—, with the lord Deputy of Ireland, 347.

Captain Thomas, 440.

Sir William, 347.

Woodward, Mr., at Rouen, 62.

Wool, export of, 92, 324.

Wootton, Mr. Henry, 400.

Worcester :

Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, 32.

Bishop of. See Fletcher, R.

Bishopric of, 32, 48 bis, 79, 84, 122.

Worcestershire, lieutenant of (Earl of Pembroke), 523.

Worcum. See Gorcum.

Worlock, Captain Edward, 523.

Worms (Vorme), in Germany, 194.

Worsley, Bowyer, 87, 88.

Worthington :

Dr., 313.

Thomas, a traitor, 58.

Wotton, Dr., 69.

Wright :

—, a Jesuit, 414.

Harry, 281.

John, 55, 281.

— widow of, 281.

Robert, 218.

Wrightington, Mr., 502.

Writs, &c., declaration of, 396.

Wrothe, Robert, 524.

— letters from, 37, 238.

Wroughton, Sir Thomas, 93.

Wurtemburg, Duke of, 392.

Wyatt, Captain Thomas, 240, 523.

Wyddeson, Henry, deposition signed by, 136.

Wyett, Thomas, 365.

Wykeham. See Wickham.

Wyllan, Leonard, 440.

Wymbe, Thomas, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Wynckfylde. See Wingfield.

Wyston, letter dated at, 394.

Wytham, letters dated at, 368, 398.

Wythipoole, —, 347.

X.

Xanten (Santen), in Cleves, 314.

Xeres (Sheris), in Spain, 504, 505.

Y.

Yanson, Jacob, of Embden, 231.

Yarmouth, 244.

customs return, 393.

Yarmouth, in the Isle of Wight, 311.

Yaxley, Captain, 439.

Ybarra, Don Diego de, 34.

(Yvarra, Varra, Devara), Secretary, Stefano d', 2, 16, 35, 54, 213, 325, 328, 405, 432.

Yelverton, William, petition from, 263.

Yetsweirt, Mr., deceased, 191.

Mrs. Jane, widow, letter from, 191.

Yngelby. See Ingleby.

Yoghill. See Youghal.

York, 70, 80, 83, 184, 195, 204, 220, 236, 414, 434, 488, 494, 505.

letters dated at, 81, 135, 138, 158, 202, 205, 415, 484, 494, 495, 503, 506, 508, 509.

council at. See North, Council of the.

receiver general at, 395.

Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, 35, 112.

Minster Garth, 505.

archbishopric of, 11, 35 bis, 92, 96, 112, 177.

archbishop of. See Piers, John (died 1594);

Hutton, Matthew (March 1595).

York Herald, Ralph Brokesmouth alias Brookes, 518.

York or Yorke :

Edmund, in a plot against the Queen, 254, 515.

Sir Edward, in Ireland, 273.

Yorkshire (Ebor), 70, 158, 204, 205, 220, 242, 323, 446, 487.

horses in, 273.

lieutenant and muster masters of (named), 523.

Youghal (Yoghill), in Ireland, 79, 207, 481.

Young :

—, customer of London, 40.

Mr., 532, 533.

Richard, justice, 492.

— letter from, 24.

— examinations taken by, 25.

Ypres, in Flanders, 484.

Yvarra, See Ybarra.

Yve or Ivy, Paul, surveyor of works in Jersey, 15, 54.

Yvoix (Ivois), in Luxembourg, 103, 107.

Z.

Zanchius, the reformer, 247.

Zealand (Zeeland, Seeland), 27, 74, 112, 120, 125, 132, 133, 163, 173, 178, 196, 204, 212, 221, 224, 258, 261, 277, 298, 304, 308, 328, 360, 410, 412, 433, 452, 453, 473, 509, 511.

Admiralty of, 225, 279.

— letter from, 274.

prevost of, 277, 279.

Zelhem (Zuelem), near Deutichem in Gelderland, 271.

Zerenbergh (Qu St. Herenberg ?), in Gelderland, 285.

Zimenes, —, 502.

Zouche :

Lord, letter from, 115,

Francis, keeper of Mere Park, letter from, 158.

— Philip, his wife, 158, 159.

Sir John, father of Francis, 158.

Zuelem. See Zelham.

Zutphen, town and province, in the Low Countries, 118, 182, 363, 420, 443.

Zwolle (Swoll), in Overyssel, 271.



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