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'Index: C', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 8: 1598 (1899), pp. 577-583. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111756 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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C,” cypher for Lancelot Carleton in Udall's correspondence, 144, 146, 150, 151.

Ca., indicating a county, 88.

Cadiz (Cales), 523.

Essex's expedition to, referred to, 355, 501, 557, 567.

— the indirect effects of, 93.

Caen, return of tae Ambassadors to England from, 99, 111, 112, 138.

Caesar :

Captain Charles, letter from, 453.

Dr. Julius, Master of Requests, Judge of the Admiralty, 66.

— letters from, 169, 268, 374.

Caffoyr, Lieutenant George, 302.

Cage :

Mr., of co. of Cambridge, 40, 41, 84.

— 447.

Caisho, letter dated at, 476.

Caithness (Caitness), 516.

Caithness, Earl of, 146.

Calais, 45, 46, 49, 156, 248, 362, 396, 515.

letters dated at, 40, 41.

question of the restitution of, to France, 45.

Spanish soldiers captured at entrance of, 56.

Spanish fleet and soldiers come to, 59, 62, 65, 102, 103, 148.

excluded from the King of Spain's offers, 95.

possibility of the landing of an army in galleys from, 111.

rumoured Spanish reinforcements for, 112.

approach of ships to, how to be prevented, 112, 113.

cannon taken from Paris to, 219.

“a rod to beat,” 459.

Jesuits at, 556.

Calan, letter dated at, 429.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Calfield, Mr., of the Temple, 470.

Callys, John, complaint against, 560.

Calverley, Mr., 482.

Cambray, 330, 398.

Cambridge :

county of, assessments in, 277, 284, 548.

town of, Mayors of, 552.

University of, verses on the death of Lord Burghley by students of, presented, 319.

— Vice-Chancellor and others of, letter from, 485.

— unkind neighbours of the town, 485.

— public orator at, 506.

— complaint by Masters of, 550, 551.

— dispute with the town, 550–552.

— the Black Assembly of, 552.

— Jesus College, letter dated at, 463.

— Pembroke Hall in, 161, 362.

— Trinity Hall, Fellows of, 192.

— — appointment to mastership of, and a slight to Sir R. Cecil in connexion therewith, 160, 192, 221, 224, 231.

— Trinity College, Steward of the possessions of, 552.

Canary Islands, one captured, 180.

Cansfield. Thomas, letter from, 260.

Canterbury, 7, 16, 21.

letters dated at, 21, 28, 36, 321.

the Archbishop's house at, letter from, 265.

Walloon post of, 115.

Cantire (Kyntyre), 322.

Capelin :

Augustin, 156.

Richard, letter from, 156.

— aunt of, referred to, 156.

— sister of, and her children, referred to, 156, 378.

— letters from, 378, 437.

Car, G. See Carr.

Cardiff, 560.

Caren, a lady married at 60 years of age, 422.

Carew, Carey, Carro :

Mr., of Anthonye, 428.

Mr., H.M. Ambassador to Denmark, &c., movements, 308, 309.

Sir George, Master of the Ordnance, 16, 163, 175, 186, 416, 452.

— letters from, 165, 245.

— letter to, 501.

— cause of his sickness, 245.

Sir Robert, Warden of the Middle March of England, letters from, 87.

— horsemen under, in his wardenry, 261.

Carey, Cary, Carye :

Sir Edward, 269.

George, Lord Hunsdon, Lord Chamberlain, as one of the Privy Council, 88, 274, 334, 336.

— annuity to, 187.

— letter from, 500.

— having a license for cloths, 475.

— letter to, 476.

George, of Cockington, letters from, 12, 374.

John, Governor of Berwick, 23.

Mr., alleged intimacy with Jesuits, 184.

Mistress, Queen's Maid of Honour, her horse, 418.

Nicholas, and the Jurats of Guernsey, 496.

“my cousin,” 562.

Carie, Ge., 180.

Carillo, Don Luis de, letter from, 518.

Carleton (Carlton, “C”), Lancelot, 78, 79(2), 80, 144, 145, 146, 150, 151, 160, 169.

letters from, 253, 425.

Carlingford, 344.

Carlisle, bishopric of, poor plight in which it was left by John Mey, 277.

a description of its defence, &c., 563, 564.

letters dated at, 115, 159.

Scottish merchant's goods sent by way of, 180.

treaty at, referred to, 339.

Carllouns, 143.

Carmarden, Richard, letters from, 4, 7, 12, 40, 53, 56, 248, 268, 368.

form of grant, 545.

Carmarthenshire, the Earl of Essex's influence in, 423.

Carnarvon, letter dated at, 525.

Caron, Mons. Noel de, Agent in England for the States General, 5, 14, 129, 194, 197, 250, 257.

ordnance obtained by, 27, 142.

letters from, 84, 85, 131, 179, 247, 464, 507, 513, 534, 537.

misdemeanour against, at Rochester, 164.

accustomed to have his wine free of duty, 507.

letter to, 517.

Carpen. See Kerpen.

Carr, Car, Kerr :

one, a seaman, 504.

George, papist and Spanish Emissary, letters from, 39, 40 (2).

— return to, and reception in Scotland, 45, 46, 115, 129, 130, 139, 140, 473, 529.

— his cousin James, 40.

Sir Robert, warden of the Middle Marches, letters from, 2, 87, 482.

— letter to, 498.

— negotiations for settlement of the Borders, 314, 315, 316.

— plot to further the escape of the Scottish pledges from York, 500, 501, 504, 520.

Carrickfergus, or Knockfergus, Mustermastership of, 241.

Commissary for, 514.

governorship of, 343.

Carro, Sir George. See Carew.

Carry, Mr., visit to Dantzic, 474.

Carter, John, of Somersetshire, 468.

Cartington, 73.

Cartwright, Thomas, letter from, 370.

Carye. See Carey.

Case, John, of Oxford University, 201.

Casimir, Duke, John, servant of, obtains a licence, 21.

Cassilis, Earl of, 464.

Castile, barber from, come to England, 450.

Constable of, sent to meet the young Queen of Spain, 410.

— brother of, to be sent to France, 489.

King of, an obligation of, used as a precedent, 442.

Castlehey, co. Stafford, H.M. Stud and race of, 391.

Castle Thorpe (Castlethroppe), Bucks, 26.

Castor, letter dated at, 294.

Castro, Don Juan de, letters from, 171, 392.

Catcher, Edward, a Fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 192.

Catchmayd, George, 220.

Cathedral Churches, preaching in, 34.

Catherine de Bourbon, “Madame,” sister of the French King, 73.

Cato,” pseudonym for the Bishop of Glasgow, 180, 181.

Caumartin, Mons., 193.

Caupell, Captain, a medium of correspondence, 135.

Cautionary towns in the Netherlands, authority of governors of, 128.

necessity of augmenting the garrisons in, 489.

Cave, Thomas, and Elenor his wife, 217.

Cawsand Bay, 58.

Cazan, kingdom of, 80.

Cecil :

original form of name of, 287.

pedigrees and consanguinities, 287, 288, 553.

— the younger, of Allt-yr-ynys, disputes his father's will, 83.

— a daughter at Allt-yr-ynys, her lewd conduct, &c., 72.

Alice, aged sister of William, cruel treatment of, 165.

Catherine, widow of Matthew, charges against, 165.

Frances, daughter of Sir Robert, 102, 128.

Jo., killing of a man by, 232.

Matthew, wife of [at Allt-yr-ynys], 83.

Richard, of Halterennes, will of, 288.

Cecil, Sir Robert, letters to, passim.

letters from, 90–99, 104–112, 118–127, 221, 237, 251, 285, 299, 344, 370, 540, 541.

presents for, 9, 33, 86, 218, 245, 279, 281, 297, 320.

his embassy to France, 84, 86.

— persons desiring to accompany him, 4, 5, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 (2), 27, 35 (2).

— arrangements connected with his journey, 6, 7, 8, 10, 16, 17, 21, 24, 28 (2), 30, 36, 37, 49.

— a compound distilled water for his journey, 38.

— good wishes and enquiries, 39, 42.

— movements in France, 112.

— his speech in French to the King of France, 119.

— interview with the King's Council described, 105.

— his return, 128, 138, 153 (2), 157, 158.

alleged design to murder, 18.

thanked for services rendered, 32.

sentiments of the Queen and the Earl of Essex in regard to, 44.

wears a picture of the Queen, 94.

described as the Queen's Tablets, 95.

payments on behalf of, 102.

a beneficial proceeding for, 168.

the starch patent, 172, 233.

property left to, 175.

grant by, 187.

servants of, 195, 296.

slight put upon in connexion with the election of the Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 221, 224, 231.

persons desiring to serve, 232, 234, 270, 324, 325 (2).

movements of, &c., referred to, 255, 256.

to attend a christening at Ruckholt, 261.

his action with regard to the Earl of Pembroke, 264.

“Grand Secretaire,” report of his intercepting letters, 266.

“siser cases” to be brought from Paris for, 269.

Lord Grey's relations with, 269.

his hawks, 283.

a hound for, and a man arrested in connexion therewith, 286.

certain property belonging to, 301.

asked to choose his “collar, George and Garter,” 327.

as one of the Privy Council, 334.

matter of the miscarriage of a letter to Plymouth, 337.

his house near the Savoy, letters dated at, &c., 345, 353.

catalogue of his books, mentioned, 353.

memento of Lord Burghley, presented by, to the Queen, 370.

house at Chelsey, 387.

an agent of his in France, 391.

pseudonym for, in Colville's letter, 398.

woods at Hoddesdonbury, 402.

manor of Essingden belonging to, 409.

a musician “appertaining” to, 498, 501.

addressed as Ελφε, 550.

niece of (? Lady Derby), 275.

Cecil, Sir Thomas, afterwards 2nd Lord Burghley, 1.

letters from, 252, 278, 307, 325, 327, 370, 464, 465, 468.

memento of his father for the Queen, 370.

Cecil, Sir William, 1st Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer, &c., 33, 35, 65, 88, 405.

letters to, 2, 23, 40, 53, 56, 76, 82, 88, 101, 298.

letters from, 49, 197, 199.

alleged design to murder, 18.

attendants or servants of, 35, 296, 421, 468.

reports as to his state of health, &c., 102, 128, 162, 205, 220, 259, 261, 276, 277 (2), 280, 285.

vile speeches against, 152.

licence to be absent on account of illness, 138.

connexion with the starch patent, 172.

a dealing of, with a nobleman in Scotland, 215.

reported to be in favour of peace, 219.

a portrait of, requested, for Allt-yr-ynys, 232.

note by, 240.

not accustomed to meddle with money matters acceptable to her Majesty, 252.

his medical attendants, 277.

concerned in Lincolnshire Fens, 289.

references to his death, letters of condolence, &c., 295 (2), 296, 297, 301, 310, 312, 325, 341, 343, 352.

epitaphs, verses, &c., 302, 319, 324, 340, 552, 553.

funeral arrangements, sermon, &c., 307.

a remark on the death of, 328.

his corpse to be carried down to Stamford, 328.

official papers and writings left by, 299.

property of, 322.

“figure of his heart” presented to the Queen, 370.

the Queen's affection for, 437.

licence for cloths held by, 475.

“the Nestor of his country,” 506.

list of the offices held by, 552.

pedigrees drawn up by, 287, 288, 553.

register of the Queen's warrants to, 566.

Cecil :

William, son of Sir Robert, 102, 128.

William, of Allt-yr-ynys, deceased, 165.

— ceremonial of his funeral, 82, 83.

— his sister Alice, daughters and wife, 83.

— disposition of his property, marriages of his daughters, &c., 175, 232.

— his debts, deceits, &c., 272.

— his widow, 447.

Celo, a pseudonym. 398.

César (Sezar), Monsieur, bastard son of the King of France, government given to, 81, 83, 100.

betrothed, 83.

mentioned, 568.

Cesare, “Domp,” obliged to quit Ferrara, 26.

Cessford (Cesfurd, Cessforth, Sessford), 87, 498.

laird of, reconciliation with others, 129.

— conference with, on Border matters, 315, 316.

— engaged in a plot for escape of Scottish pledges, 478, 479, 480, 497.

Chaderton, Laur., of Cambridge University, 486.

Chaloner, Thomas, letter from abroad, 188.

Chamberlain, Lord, letter to, 11.

Chamberlaine, William, servant to the Earl of Southampton, 37.

Chamberlayne, Captain Jo., 368.

letters from, 438, 502.

Chambers, Mr., 71.

Champernowne :

Arthur, letter from, 509.

Mr. conduct of, complained of, 27.

Richard, 304.

Mr. (both), 502.

Chancellor, Lord, and the Earl of Essex, 514.

Chancery order, a, 218.

Chandos, Lord. See Bruges.

Channel Islands, grant for provision of malt. &c., referred to, 510.

Channel Row, letter dated at, 102.

Chapman, Henry, alderman of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 419.

letter from, 413.

Charles, Archduke, daughter of, Queen of Spain, 531.

Charles, Duke, uncle of King of Poland, 166, 406, 474.

naval operations, 308, 309, 365.

Charmouth, 152.

Chaste, Mons. de, governor of Dieppe, 377.

letter from, 49.

Chatham, 452.

Chatillon, governor of, 82.

Chaume, Count de, 193.

Chauvini, Tommaso, banker at Rouen, 10, 17.

Cheese coppice, 116.

Chelmsford, 521.

letter dated at, 522.

Chelsea, 547.

Sir R. Cecil's house at, 387.

Cheques of officers, question of payment of, 502, 523.

Cheriton, Hieronimus, vicar of Pinhoe, letter from, 388.

Chester, Westchester, 302.

Bishop of, persons pretending to be possessed by unclean spirits sent to be examined by, 213.

diocese of, assessment of the clergy in, for levies for Ireland, 279.

city of, troops sent from, 117.

— mayor of, 205, 298, 405, 409.

— — and certain mutineers, 397.

— export of leather from, 248.

— punishment of exorcisers to be carried out at, 293.

— very weak and much decayed, 298.

— chief places of foreign trade from, 298.

— calf skin trade at, 298, 405.

— letter dated at, 390.

Cheston Park, illegal hunting of the deer in, 281.

Cheyny, Lady, 189.

Chichester, Sir John, overthrow of, 260.

Chichester, bishopric of, parks, &c., belonging to, master of, 553.

Chichester, city of, 27.

Customer of, mentioned, 131.

barley from, for Southampton, 509.

Chideock, Dorset, 152.

Childerley, letter dated at, 15.

Childhay, Chyldhaye, in Dorset, 509.

China, a table carpet wrought in, 518.

Chipches, Northumberland, manor of, 244.

Chislehurst, letter dated at, 368.

Chiswick, letter dated at, 251.

Chittered in Cranborne Chace, 354.

Cholmeley, Henry, letter from, 240.

Chrismalford, 244.

Christopher,” sent on a mission to the States General, 263.

Churchwarden, holding of the office of, by a stranger and denizen, 260.

Cicel, John, secretary to Cardinal Allen, 266.

Cinnamon, distilled water of, 38.

Cinque Ports, Barons of the, letter from, 542.

privileges of, with regard to recovery of debts, &c., 542.

exposed position of, burdens borne by, &c., 543.

Warden of the, jurisdiction over the pilots, 9.

Ciphers. 176.

Clancarty, Onora Countess of, letter from, poverty of, &c., 280.

“mother-in-law of Florence McCarthy,” 375, 376.

Clandeboye, Ireland, government of, 267, 276.

Clapham, 513, 517.

letters dated at, 131, 179, 247.

Clapham, Jo., attendant on the Lord Treasurer, 255, 296.

— letter from, 328.

Clapton, John, letter to, 334.

Clarke :

George, a captain for a company in the Low Countries, 500.

Roger, of London, 481.

Roger, mayor of Coventry, letter from, 486.

Clattory, Captain, 303.

Clemell, Andrew, 73.

Clergy, assessments of the, for levies for Ireland, 264, 279, 281, 282, 296.

Cleves, Duchy of (Cleveland), negotiations for defence of, 394.

States of, offer to join the United Provinces, 400.

the campaign in. 413, 423, 445.

Cleves, Duke of, in alliance with Spain, 104.

— marriage of, 178, 426.

— report of death of, 400.

— a town under the obedience of, 435.

Clevepepper, 244.

Cleypooll, James, 244.

Clifford :

Sir —, his losses in Ireland, &c., 528.

Sir Coniers, 300, 488.

George, Earl of Cumberland, 185, 232, 341, 420.

— letters from, 11, 33, 514, 526.

— fleet of, 28.

— effect of his presence on the Spanish coast, naval operations, 180.

— (“the English Lord”), harm done by, to the Spanish at sea, 198.

— news of the fleet of, 379.

— the last voyage of, “an idle action, 459.

Mary Lady, letters from, 441, 528.

Mr., 441.

Clinton, Henry de, Earl of Lincoln, letters from, 209, 310, 468.

Cloth, export of, 12, 21, 65.

Cloths and kerseys, sale Of, at Stod, &c., 114.

Cloths, noblemen holding licences for, 475.

Clypsby, Mrs., maid to Lady Shrewsbury. marriage, 260.

Coal, tax on, 403, 413, 419.

Cobb, Jeffrey, of Totnes, 232.

Cobham :

Anne, Lady, a match for her eldest daughter, 231.

— John, son of, 231.

Lord. See Brooke.

Cobham Hall, College, &c., rents from, 371.

Cochineal, price of, 7.

Cochineal, indigo, &c. prize, 53.

restraint of importation, 36.

Cockington, letters dated at, 13, 374.

Cocks, Cocke :

Sir Henry, 287.

— letter from, 322.

S., letter from, 19.

Cocpoull, laird of, 129.

Coelo, Celo, name for the Bishop of Glasgow, 329, 365, 398.

Cokayne, Francis, letter from, 308.

Coke, Sir Edward, Attorney General, letters from, 15, 35, 196, 421, 427, 430, 468, 504, 505.

action against Sir J. Hollis, 234.

a brother-in-law of, 234.

Colchester, bailiffs of, 337.

bailiff and aldermen of, letter from, 206.

Dutch congregation at, grievances of, 206.

Cole Park, Wilts, H.M. stud and race of, 392.

Cole, Thomas, captain of a carvell, 258.

Coles, or Cole, Dr., exchange to the deanery of Lincoln. 332.

Collier, William, arrested as a suspected person, 408.

Collingwood, Robert, a ward, 246.

Collyweston, 283.

Cologne (Coloine, Cullen), 369, 436.

parley about the peace in, mentioned, 62.

an account of gold, &c., brought from, 545.

Cologne. See also Corunna.

Colville :

Ja., son of the elder Colville, 182.

— in France, 331.

John (“Quintus”), letters from, 45, 46, 47, 48, 65, 139, 144, 146, 175, 176, 180, 193, 329, 330, 365, 398, 459, 461, 472, 481, 528, 529.

— letters to, 472, 473.

— a person unnamed conveying intercepted letters through, 45, 46.

— his wife, Janet (Jenet), mentioned, 47, 48.

— his desire to return, 48.

— at Vervins, intelligence received by, 102, 104.

— “English sentinel for Scottish practices with the enemy,” 139.

— facilities of, for gaining information in France and Antwerp, 140.

— necessities for the performance of his enterprise, 144.

— allusion to his wife and children, 145.

— ciphers, &c., for various persons and places used by, 176, 180, 181, 182, 193.

— cousin of, referred to, 140.

— Colville's “director,” a person so referred to by Colville, with whom he was conducting negotiations for surrender of an enemy's town, 459, 460, 461, 472, 481, 542,

— — disbursments by, 542.

M., 174 (2).

Combes :

Mr., 168.

— connected with French intelligence sent, 270.

Cox, 362.

Comes, person named, 342.

Comlongan (Comclougen), at foot of Annandale, 129.

Commerce. See Trade.

Commertin, de, Secretary of the Estates of Picardy, 474.

Compiegne, 193.

Compton, William Lord, letter from, 420.

Conde, Prince de, 568.

Conell, John, an Irish fugitive, in the Low Countries, 434.

Conesbie, 311.

Conisby :

pedigree of the family, 288.

Sir Thomas, 82.

Conley, John, letter from, 306.

Connaught, 276.

Chief Justice of, recommendation for preferment, 312.

convoy of soldiers to, 488.

Conper (? Quimper), governor of, 82.

Constable (Conestable) :

Captain, 255.

Henry, letter from, 482.

Mr., an Englishman in France, a double traitor, 351.

Captain Robert, sufferings in Ireland, 259.

Captain William, letters from, 356, 524.

Sir William, 358.

Conversion according to Statute, 399.

Convocation, a bill agreed on in, 34,

Conway :

Mr., 377.

Sir Edward, letters from, 55 (2), 138, 253, 305, 343, 348.

— brother of, mentioned, 138.

John. of Flint, 476.

Conyers, Edward, 296.

arrested at Plymouth, with letters, 283, 284.

Cook, Dame, in Edinburgh, 473.

Cooke :

Edward, Mayor of Kingston-upon-Hull, 245, 380.

one, incumbent of Witherley, 566.

W.. letters from, 259, 454.

William, his cause in Monmouthshire, 263.

Coolinge, Kent, rents from. 371.

Cope :

Mr., 16.

Sir Anthony, letters from, 556.

Copley, —, educated at a Spanish Seminary, 266.

Copper lace, brought from Venice, 545.

Coppin Coppine, G., of Lord Burghley's household, 280.

letters from, 259, 276, 277, 285.

Copyright in certain music, 273.

Cordeliers, the, 460.

a meeting of the Chapter in Paris, 181.

at Boulogne, 556.

General of, in France. 42, 57, 181, 193, 537.

Cordelier's brother,” the (connected with Colville's schemes), 542.

Cordell, Thomas, of London, 453.

Cork, in Ireland, 59.

soldiers sent to, 450.

arrival of soldiers at, 503.

a castle near, attacked, 503.

governor of, 82.

Cormocke [Cormack McBaron], brother of the Earl of Tyrone, 433.

Corn, 5.

from abroad, sold at Dartmouth, price, &c., 12.

from Russia, 80.

ships laden with, embargoed at Flushing, complaints in consequence, 128.

from Poland for Spain, 167.

ships laden with, intercepted, 481.

scarcity of, 368, 397.

transport of, to the West, 536.

Cornellison, Daniel, master of the Swan of Flushing, 559.

Corney :

Cuthbert, 245.

Susan, 245.

Cornwall, Deputy Lieutenants of, 18.

hostile Spanish ships on the coast of, 232.

six companies of, supply of arms for, 310.

levy of men in. for service in Ireland, 427, 449.

burdens borne by the county, 428.

working of the tin mines in, 478.

Cornwallis :

Lady Katherine, wife of late Thomas Cornwaleys, the Queen's groom porter, to have liberty of conscience, 541.

Sir William, 541.

— letters from, 256, 292, 361,

Corsini, —, 22.

Filippo, letters from, 333, 464.

Corunna, Spanish force set out from, 49.

letter dated at, 518. See also the Groyne.

Cosbie, Captain, and regiment, at the battle near Armagh, 410, 411.

Cosen, in manor of Birton, Leicester, 240.

Cotes sacre malt,” an oath, 18.

Cotterell, —, 471.

Cotton :

Dr. Henry, bishop elect of Salisbury, letter from, 402.

Sir John, assessor of the subsidy in the co. of Cambridge, letters from, &c., 217, 284, 548.

Mr., company of 260 men, 89.

Council, the Clerk of, 344.

a meeting place of, 298.

Lords of, letters, &c., from, 274, 280.

— letters to, 503, 533, 534, 542, 549, 567.

Countries, the, petition on behalf of, before the Council, referred to, 278.

Court, the, void of councillors, 420.

Courteney, W., Justice of the Peace of Devon, letter from, 388.

Courtney, Sir William, 416.

Coutinho, Gonsalo Vaz, Governor of the Isle of St. Michael, passports granted by, 24.

Coventry, 205.

dispute over the proportion of men to be contributed by, to the levy for Ireland, 483, 486.

Mayor of, 486.

Coventry and Lichfield, bishopric of, steward of, 553.

Cowell :

Dr., appointed Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 192.

John, of Cambridge University, 486.

Cown Allens, Gloucestershire, 31.

Coymbra, 43.

Cox, Mr., having served in the army in Hungary, 427.

Cracow, letter dated at, 166.

Craig, Thomas, advocate, his lodging in Edinburgh, 473.

Cran [? Craon], in France, siege of, 350.

Cranborne Chase, 354.

Cranmer, George, at Orleans, letter from, 270.

Cranford, Earl of, 146.

going into France, 330.

Crawforth, Robert, charge against, 77.

Creighton. See Crichton.

Cresswell (Cressoll, Cressold), Joseph, an English seminary in Spain, 182, 185.

how his letters were intercepted, 183.

contents of intercepted letters to, 184.

his English intimates in Spain, 185.

Crew, Crewe, John, 172.

Joshua, 221.

Randolph, lawyer, of Lincoln's Inn, marriage, 260.

Crewkerne, 137.

Creyts, or nether circle of the Empire. 404.

Crichton (Creighton, Critton) :

Father, Jesuit, 129.

Robert, Lord Sanquhar, “barone di Sanciar,” 130, 204.

Crih Vrunagh in the co. of Kerry, 375.

Crisp, Henry, estate of, and mother of, 236.

Crispe, Captain, at St. Lucar, 265.

Critton, Robert. See Crichton.

Croft, Croftes :

Herbert, letters from, 31, 416.

Harbert, 252.

Mr., 16.

Crok, Croke :

Dr., Reader in “that” House, 549.

John, 75.

— Recorder of London, letter from, 407.

— letter to, 469.

Crompton :

Mr. D., 16.

Thomas, 222.

Cromwell, Edward Lord, house at Hackney, &c., 342.

letter from, 421.

Crosse, Sir Robert, of H.M.S. Vanguard, letters from, 7, 15, 16, 21, 28, 36, 374.

Crosvicke, 300.

Crozon (Croson), siege of, mentioned, 158.

Crystenne, Father, 39.

Cuff, Cuffe, Henry, 557.

letters from, 761, 284.

in Paris, 353

Cumans, Girolamo, a citizen of Antwerp, 464.

Cumberland, Earl of. See Clifford.

Cumberlogrene or Comberlogrene, letters dated at, 504, 516.

Cunningham, Cunyngham, Conningham :

Mr., letters to, 39, 40.

Mons., at Bruges, 41.

one, a Spanish Emissary to Scotland, 47, 139, 140.

Cuny, Captain Richard, letters from, 409, 412.

Curland, 364.

Curr, Eliott, of Cambridge, 551.

Customs, frauds on the, 12.

Customs duties, grant of exemption from, 27.

Customs on gold lace, 545.

Cutts, Sir John, letters from, 15, 277, 284.

son of, 15.



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