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'Index: D', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 8: 1598 (1899), pp. 583-587. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111757 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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D,” or “J.D.” person with whom Udall was in negotiation in Scotland, 150, 159.

letters from, 160, 215. See also Douglas.

Dacre, Dacres, Dakers :

Francis, called Lord, movements, popularity, &c.. 89, 143, 145.

— protected by King James, 115.

— at Dumfries, 129.

— letter to, on the subject of his pension from the Queen, &c., 130.

— his son mentioned, 131.

— secret visit to Edinburgh, 473.

John, of Leanard Cost, 129.

Lady, executors of, letter from, 222.

— proceedings relating to land of, 222.

Mr., 206, 425.

Capt., in charge of the training of the musters in Hertford, 88.

Daguiree, Daguires, Juan, a Spaniard at Boulogne, offering information relative to English affairs, 291, 293, 555.

Daire's waters (Scotland), 143.

Dalkeith, the Scottish Court at, 3.

Dalyip, a pseudonym, 398.

Dandeny, Governor of Conper [? Quimper], 82.

Monsieur, Governor of Corle, 82.

Daniell, John, question of rewarding, 169.

Danny, letter dated at, 279.

Dantzig [Danske, Danskin], 1, 47, 166, 308, 309, 474, 475.

Danvers. See Davers.

Danyell :

John, letter from, 17, 302, 380, 420.

Mr., of New College, Oxford, 203.

Darcy, Darsey :

Edward, of the Privy Chamber, 205.

Sir Francis, letter from, 525.

Mr., grantee of a patent, 38.

Mr., 268.

Darell, Henry, letter from, 447.

Darnell, Thomas, 244.

Darnley, Lord, death of, a result thereof, 140.

Darpes,” 434.

Dartford, 7, 15.

letters endorsed, 21, 28, 36.

Dartmouth, 53, 163, 379.

sale of foreign corn at, &c., 12.

trainbands at, 19.

ships seized at, 243, 247.

Spanish designs on, 319.

Dauntrey, Captain. See Dawtrey.

Dauntrie, Robert, of Cambridge, 551.

Dauntsey, 244.

Daventry, 205.

Davers, Danvers :

Lady, a claim on, 208.

— relations with her son, 269.

Sir Charles, letters from, 208, 269, 427.

— note on Sir C. Blunt's quarrel, 227, 228.

— rejoicings at pardon of, 244.

— return to England, &c., 269.

— an offer of a lady in marriage to, 284.

Sir Henry, 270, 359, 554.

— rejoicings at pardon of, 244.

— his story of the negotiations for a duel between Sir C. Blunt and Sir M. Levens, &c., 225–227, 230.

— his sickness in Paris, 269.

— letters from, 323, 340.

Davesone, Thomas, letter to, 330.

Davice, Captain, 383.

Davis, Davids :

Captain, services of, requested for the West Indies, 10, 86.

— permitted to take a voyage to the East Indies, 86.

Sir John, letter from, 440.

Robert, 470.

Davison, Mr., 270, 446.

Dawson, Mr., farmer of Ripon Church, 173.

Dawtrey, Dauntrey, Captain, letters from, 267, 276, 318.

Day, Dr., Bishop of Winchester, a grant by, mentioned, 38.

Dayghte, Nicholas, of Lyme Regis, 286.

Deane, Henry, desiring to serve in Ireland, 407.

Dearth, a remedy against, 275.

Deer, 86.

Degoblytt, Mons., at St. Malo, 52.

Delahay, De la Haye :

Blanch, 232.

Paul, son-in-law of William Cecil, 175.

— charges against members of his wife's family, 165.

— letters from, 82 (2), 165, 232, 272, 447, 454.

De la Ware, Lord, concerned in the Lincolnshire Fens, 289.

Delft, 178.

letter dated at, 391.

Denbighshire, necessary appointment of a sheriff of, 252.

Denia, Marquis of, Master of the Horse to the King of Spain, marriage of his son, 490.

Denmark, 536.

convoy of the Ambassador to, 179.

Duc de Brabant despatches an agent to, 328.

unlikelihood of the States General obtaining soldiers from, King of, cloth exported for the use of, 65.

— employment under, 114.

— adversary of Sweden, 168.

— action against English merchants, &c., 170.

— the mission to, 208, 235.

— proceedings against H.M. subjects, etc., 308.

— stays English merchant ships in the Sound, 474, 475.

— brother of, 208.

Denton More, 267.

Denye, Sir Edward, his losses in Ireland, 420.

Denys, Dennys, Sir Thomas, 416.

letter from, 483.

Depopulation Act, its effect contrasted with another measure, 279.

Deptford, letter dated at, 452.

Derby :

Countess Dowager of, letter from, 164.

Earl of. See Stanley.

Derechos, a Spanish impost, 211.

De Retz, Marshal, 90.

Desdiguières, Mons., 188, 326, 489.

forces of, disbanded, 189.

Desmond :

Earl of, 439.

E., Countess of, letter from, 248.

young, 406.

Desmond's country, 375.

wars, 248.

Desoulsour,—, letter from, 203.

Deuticum. See Doetinchem.

Devereux, Sir George, letter from, 441.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, miscellaneous letters to, &c., passim.

letters from the King of France to, 222, 355, 388.

letters from, 42, 44. 88, 130, 169, 170, 222, 241, 261, 284, 427, 454, 455, 468, 469, 497, 515, 557.

letters from, to the Queen, 318, 332, 416.

letter to the Privy Council as to the jurisdiction of the Earl Marshal, 334.

as Earl Marshal, 11, 14, 188.

expedition of, prize cochineal, etc., 36.

sentiments towards Sir R. Cecil, 44.

adherents of, 52.

opinion held of him in Holland, 60.

holograph instructions by, 79.

expedition against Spain in 1597, effects of, 85.

the K. of France loves to negotiate with, 95.

a packet containing one of his letters obtained at St. Malo, 137.

receives all letters during the Treasurer's illness and the Secretary's absence, 144.

Steward of the city of Oxford, letters to, in connexion with a tumult there, 191, 201, 202, 203.

appealed to, by Sir E. Norreys, 196.

an attendant on, 208.

foreigners as pages to, &c., 213, 390, 515.

dealings with a Scotch nobleman, 215.

(“M. le Comte”) reported to favour war, 219.

Lord Pembroke takes offence against, 233, 251.

references to his movements, 256.

Lord Grey's relations with, 269.

absence from and return to Court, referred to, 281, 333, 387, 388, 397.

agents or correspondents of, in France and Scotland, 300, 328, 330, 391.

expense sustained by an officer in the four journeys of, 343.

reports as to, carried to France, 351, 352.

relations with the Earl of Southampton, 359.

as Chancellor of Cambridge University, 362, 370.

a pensioner of, 365.

in the seat of judgment, 369.

and election of the Mayor of Newcastle upon Tyne, 374, 375.

assassination of, declared a meritorious act, 382.

Mastership of the Horse, 391.

Mastership of the Wards, 415.

persons desirous of serving under, in Ireland, &c., 421, 427, 430 (2), 438, . 441, 448, 453, 455, 470, 471 (2), 476, 477, 499, 501, 502, 504, 506, 507, 523, 525 (2), 526, 528, 530, 539 (2), 540 (3), 545, 554, 556 (2), 565.

irregularities of his agents in Wales, 422, 423.

relations with Mr. Clifford, 441.

case to be heard by, 449.

“the majesty of his presence,” 450.

his determination for Ireland, the reports of, &c., 450, 506, 513.

arrangements for the expedition, 452.

lines written to, referred to, 467.

a student at Cambridge, 463.

offer made by, to arm and apparel the levies, 514.

compared to Joshua and Jacob, 521.

handwriting of, 535.

his “Apology,” 545.

note of number of troops, 545.

portion of private account, 554.

book to be dedicated to, 561.

commencement of a grant to, 567.

Devick, John, Queen's procureur of Guernsey, 496.

Devon, county of, defensive arrangements of, 148, 149.

deputy lieutenants of, 416.

justices of the peace of, 388.

levies in, for service in Ireland, 416, 466.

Recusants in, to bear expense of levies for Ireland, 388.

Dewhurst, Robert, of Cambridge, verses by, 154.

Dewly, John, furnishing horses for posts from Salisbury, 233.

Dewsbrough Ward. See Doesborgh.

Dewtacum. See Doetinchem.

Diamond, the, a gem with which Sir A. Ashley and others were concerned, 18, 159.

Dickers of leather, 84, 114.

Diego, Don, 402.

Dienirs, Casper, letter from, 565.

Dieppe (Deipe), 8, 15, 16, 21 (2), 24, 28, 30, 36, 90, 99, 112.

the difficulties of the harbour of, 16.

letters dated at, 26, 49.

Spanish sailors forced to land at, one sent to England to give information, 49.

Governor of, 377, 388.

— letter from, 25.

Digby family, pedigree of, 288.

Digges, James, letter from, 399, 434.

Dillon :

Mr., Chief Justice of Connaught, &c., 312.

Theobald, merchant of beeves, 306.

Dinan (Dynanne), surprise of, by burghers of St. Malo, incidents described, 45, 46, 47, 50, 81, 101.

Dinslaken (“Duislaken”), in the duchy of Cleves, 380.

Dirckson, Hans, letter from. 154.

Disney family, pedigree of, 288 (2).

Distilled water of cinnamon and sage, 38.

Divling. See Dublin.

Dixon :

Grace, of Newcastle, a poor and infamous woman, 386.

M., letter from, 569.

Dobbinson, Ra., letter from, 344.

Dockedyke, Lincolnshire, 289.

Doctors Commons, letter dated at, 169.

Docwra, Captain or Sir Henry, letters from, 247, 254, 380, 393, 432 (2), 499, 507.

Dodyngton, Christofer, 554.

Doesborgh (Doesborough, Dewsbrough, Deusbrough Isle, Dewsbrough Ward, Deuxsbourg), 393, 401, 404, 412, 413.

the camp at, &c., 423, 432, 433. 434, 435, 436, 444.

Doetinchem, in Zutphen (Dewtacum, Deuticon, Deuticome, Dotecome, etc), 404, 413, 423, 432, 434, 435, 445.

Dogs. as presents, 474, 489.

a water spaniel called Hercules, a present for the King of France, 242, 262.

Dolman, Robert, letter from, 218.

Dolve, Mr., collector of the subsidy outwards in London, 40.

Done, Hugh, recommended for preferment, 317, 463.

letter from, 317.

Donnington : Dunington, Mr. or Captain, sometime servant to Lord Southampton, returned from Spain, 453, 528, 532.

Donriche, Mr., letter to, 144.

Dorchester, artillery, &c. in, 152.

Dornellis by Morles [? Morlaix], Spanish force sent to relieve, 147.

Dorset, co. of, defences, train bands, &c. of, 148, 151, 152.

muster roll of, 149.

places where an army may land in, 152.

impost of wines in, 368.

lieutenant and deputy-lieutenants of, 486.

levy of men in, difficulties connected with, 486, 487.

feodary of, 518.

Dortmondt, 458.

Douai (Dowya), in Artois, 18, 176.

the schoolmaster for. brought to the Court, 115.

seminary at. Englishmen resorting to 408.

Douglas :

Archibald, letters to, 135, 217, 282, 483.

— letter from. 322.

— indulgence to eat flesh in Lent, granted to, 74.

— question of his return to Scotland, 136, 484.

— handwriting of, 323.

James (“J.D.”) brother of Richard, 137, 484.

— letters from, 142, 168.

one, Laird of Spott, character, &c., 88.

R., letters from, 135, 282, 483.

— his aged father and mother alluded to, 137.

Douglasses, the, 146.

Doullens, Dourlens, 219, 266.

surrendered, 270.

Dover, 24, 28, 36, 37, 524.

service of pilots at, authority over, 9.

letters dated at, 30, 52, 357.

the sign of the “St. George,” at, 176.

annual yield of the toll on shipping at, 183.

alleged to be open to surprise, 319.

survey of her Majesty's houses at, 354.

commissioners of, arrest of suspected persons by, 406, 407.

precautions necessary in the case of persons landing at, 555, 556.

Dover to Dartford, postal times, 215.

Dover Castle, lieutenant of. See Fane, Sir Thomas.

letters dated at, 21, 25, 28, 37, 215.

Dowcell, Richard, 244.

Dowdall :

Sir John, letters from, 317, 386.

— service in Ireland, 250.

Nicholas, 317.

Dowdeswell, Gloucester, rectory of, 240.

Downhall, William, attendant on the E. of Essex. 554.

letters to, 207, 208.

Downes, Raphe. 373.

Doyleye, Dr., 16, 254.

Drake :

Mr., 544.

— suit against Lady Hawkins, 283.

— a ship of, 350.

one, of Cornwall, 341.

Sir Francis, prisoners taken in the last voyage of, 307.

— his voyage to the Indies, two captains taken prisoners, 450.

Drayton, Middlesex, 463.

Drewe, Mr., 486.

Drogheda (Tredough), letter dated at, 381.

Drury :

D. M., 222, 550.

Sir Robert. 359.

Sir W., 565.

Dublin (Dyvelyn, Divling). 186, 349.

letters dated at, 76, 217, 248, 269, 393, 412, 433, 514.

Dublin Castle, a plot to deliver it, to Tyrone, 412.

Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 67, 314, 401.

a practice of, mentioned, 258.

Dudley, Robert, of Newcastle, 384.

Duffield, Capt., taken prisoner in the Indies, return of, 450.

Duke, the,” a letter from Essex to, mentioned, 114.

in Scotland, 140.

Dum,” 160.

Dumaresque, John, of Jersey, 176.

Dumb shows at Brussels and Antwerp described, 190, 198.

Dumbrody, a controversy concerning, 216.

Dumfries, 89, 129, 145.

Dunboyne, Lord Baron of, 248.

Duncannon fort, 250.

lieutenant of, 217.

Dundee, 115.

Dunington, Captain, prisoner in Spain. See Donnington.

Dunkirk, 542, 543.

Dunkirk ships (Dunkerkers) lying in wait for shipping, 21.

attack by, on the North Coast, 492, 494, 495, 496, 500, 517.

Dunsany, Lord, letter from, 6, 206.

death of his grandmother, &c., 206.

Durham, 347.

Durham diocese, H.M. High Commissioners for causes ecclesiastical within, persons brought before, 384.

Durham (Derum) House, letter dated at, 18.

Durham, Bishop of, letter to, 171.

and Border matters, 253, 361.

assessment on, for levies for Ireland, 279.

action against a supposed Recusant, 384.

Durham, Dean of, assessment of, for levies for Ireland, 279.

Durrant family, pedigree of, 288 (2).

Dutch :

attack projected on the Spanish in the W. Indies, 10.

congregation at Colchester, 206.

cunning in colouring Spanish goods, 340.

Deputies, the, 20.

man of war to convey an Englishman to Calais, 325.

Provinces, slow in the grant of their contributions, 113.

soldiers in the K. of Poland's army, 166. See also States General, etc.

Dutchland, exports to, 68.

Dutchman, plundered off the coast of France by English pirates, 195.

Duyvenvoord (Duvenvoorde, D'Uvenvoorde, &c.), Jehan, Seigneur de Warmont and Woude, Admiral (“the Admiral”), 61. 62, 113, 129.

one of the deputies from the States General, 14, 250.

letters from, 84, 85, 213, 325, 534, 537.

Dyer, Sir Edward, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, 78, 144, 191, 253.

letter from, 72.

letter to, 147.

Dykon family, the, 288.

Dymock, Dymoke, Sir Edward, of Lincolnshire, 289, 468.

connection with the papists, 311.



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