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1899

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'Index: H, I', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 8: 1598 (1899), pp. 594-598. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111761 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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.h., indicating a country [? Scotland], 88, 89.

Hackney, letters dated at, 128, 165 (2), 179, 199, 297, 302, 421.

Lord Cromwell's house at, 342.

Hacqueville, M. de, 204.

Hadsor, Richard, letter from, 312.

Hagarde, 425.

Hague, the (La Haye), 104.

letters, &c., dated at, 13, 14, 20, 62, 71, 111, 113, 144, 151, 178, 190, 194, 202, 213, 223, 238, 239, 245, 247, 249, 250, 253, 254, 263, 389, 404, 433, 444, 445, 448, 458, 467, 488, 494, 499, 502, 503, 508, 513, 527.

opinion at, as to the peace negotiations, 194.

threatened by the enemy, 436.

Hales, Ch., 495.

letter from, 431.

Hall :

Henry, 244.

William, a pledge, 73.

Hamburg, 536.

news from, 406.

Hamilton, Hamiltonne :

house of, feuds of, 146.

John, at Bruges, 39, 41.

John, long resident in Spain, 145.

Lord, his political unimportance, 140.

— bribed, 141.

Mons., 40.

Hampshire, clergy in, assessments of, 282.

musters in, 89.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hanbury, co. Stafford, H.M. stud and race of, 391.

Hans, Mr., in Dover, letter to, 175.

Hansard, Mr., of Lincolnshire, 471.

Hanse Towns (The Hanses), 457.

professed enemies of the English, 170.

policy of, 262.

Hanslape, manor of, Bucks, 26.

Hanson, B., 162.

Hanworth, letter dated at, 254.

Harbatts, the arms of, at a funeral, 83.

Harborn, one, a West Country gentleman, in Spain, 185.

Harding, Dr., letter from, 470.

Hare, Mr., Clerk of the Court of Wards, 171.

Harecourt, Mr., his cause mentioned, 15.

Harle, Thomas, Esq., captain of the band of Petronels in Dorset, 148.

Harley, Thomas, confessor to the Pope, 266.

Harmar, Jo., Warden of Winchester College, letters from, 249, 448.

Harrie, Jo., 454.

Harrington. See Haryngton.

Harris :

Christopher, at Plymouth, 283.

— letters from, 284, 296, 353, 417, 427.

Dr., 73.

Mr., 64.

Richard, 406.

Serjeant, 155.

Harrison :

Samuel, 446.

Thomas, letters from, 115.

Harrys :

a prisoner that escaped from the constable, 342.

Andrew, of Guernsey, 496.

Hart :

Sir John, 453, 481.

Sir Percival, letters from, 498, 501.

Hartford Bridge, 137.

Hartlebury, letter dated at, 297.

Harvey, Harvy :

Gabriel, letter from, 160.

— his scholarship, 161.

Richard, letter from, 546.

Robert, a factor, 549.

Sir W., marriage, 372.

Haryngton, Harrington :

Lady, of Exton, letter from, as to her son, 476.

Sir Henry, 317.

Sir John, letter from, 520.

— brother of, desires to serve in Ireland, 520.

Haseley, a letter dated at, 470.

Haseltopp, one, an Englishman in Spain, 185.

Hastings, George, Earl of Huntington, 356.

having a licence for cloths, 475.

letter from, 509.

Hatfield, servants of the Queen at, 463, 464.

Hatfield Chase, 292.

Hatton :

Lord Chancellor, mentioned, 149.

Christopher, wardship of, 255.

— of Jesus College, Cambridge, letter from, 463.

Havana, seizure of, advised, 246.

the treasure from, 532.

Hawarde or Havarde, John, from the Hague, 214, 215.

letter from, 453.

Hawkins :

Sir John, terms of his will, &c., 557, 558.

Dame Margaret, widow of Sir John, 557, 558.

— suit with Mr. Drake, 283.

— letter from, 477.

Richard, prisoner in Spain, letter to the Queen, discussing the ability of Spain, 209–212.

— other letters from, 289, 438.

— the bequest to him in his father's will, 477.

— petition of his wife Judith, and reply thereto, 557, 558.

Hawks and hawking, 20, 283.

Haydukes, in the K. of Poland's army, 166.

Hayes in Dorset, 152.

Haymouth, Heymouth, near Berwick, 39, 45.

Haynes, John, at Dover, 354.

Haynes Hill, letter dated at, 294.

Heale, Hele, Serjeant John, 155, 191.

letter from, 27.

Hearon :

Cuthbert, Queen's ward, 244.

Reignold, 244.

Heath, Capt. Augustine, letter from, 381.

Hedé (Hedy) in Brittany, 81.

Heemyngton, William, the elder, letter from, 354.

Heever, Ralph, dead, 159.

Heigham, Sir Clement, letter from, 529.

Heisman, Lord Essex's attendant, 171.

Helford, 58.

Hell, —, sent on a mission by the States General, 194.

Helmerton, 244.

Helsingfors in Finland, 364.

Helter, a small river called the, 412.

Hendon, 387.

Heneage, Sir Thomas, letter from 325.

children left to the care of, 345.

Henrique, Captain, in prison in Spain, 506.

Henry, Father, a Jesuit at Calais, 556.

Henry IV., King of France. See France.

Hens, Mons., letter from, 508.

Henslowe, Harry, committal of, 74.

Henton Dawbury in Hampshire, letters dated at, 201, 525.

Herbert family, the, pedigrees of, 287, 288 (2).

Herbert :

John, note by, 26.

John, Master of Requests, Ambassador to France, joint letters with Cecil from, 90–99, 104–112, 118–127.

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

— part taken by, in the interview with the French King, 120.

— return from France, 153.

Matthew, of Merioneth, 439, 469.

Richard, of Brecon, 469.

William, Earl of Pembroke, letters from, 190, 219, 220, 233, 264, 289, 352, 439.

— his son distempered in his body, 219.

— E. of Essex's offence against, 233.

— letters to, question of appointment of his deputy lieutenants, 251, 264.

William Lord, letter from, 530.

young Lord, recommended to Essex, 415.

Herberts, Charles, of Hadrocke, 454.

Hercules, name of a water spaniel, 242.

Hereford, Church of, prebendary of, 82.

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

Heretics, no faith with, alleged “law ” of the Pope, 533.

Hereis, Dr., from Scotland, 282.

Heremale, —, sent on a mission by the States General, 194.

Herensone, Ritchart, from Scotland, 282.

Heriet, Gratwicke, of Sussex, wardship of, 164.

Hermandad, hue and cry in Spain, 290.

Herne, Serjeant, eldest son of, marriage arranged, 231.

Heron, Edward, 244.

Herries (Harris), John Maxwell, Lord, 129,

Herris, William, sheriff, letter from. 521.

Hertford, co. of, lieutenant of, letter to, 88.

musters of, 88.

levy of light horse in, 263.

Hertford, Earl of. See Seymour.

Hesketh, Thomas, Attorney of the Court of Wards, 233, 341.

letters from, 173, 222.

notes by, 239, 240, 244, 245.

Hesselz, D', accompanying the Dutch deputies, 263.

Heton, Martin, letter from, 446.

Hewar, Thomas, letter from, 382.

Heyborne, Mr., 273.

Heymouth. See Haymouth.

Hickes, Sir Mich., letters from, 61, 559.

Hickman, Mr., of Gainsborough, 254.

Hicks, Hycks :

Baptista, silks furnished by, 38.

Mr., 327, 353.

Hidrich, German name for a poisonous water, 134.

Hide, Mr., an Englishman dwelling at Cork, 59.

Highgate, letters dated at, 256, 361.

Hildyard, Sir Christopher, 494, 495.

Hill, Richard, 38.

Hilles, one, an Englishman in Nantes, with a Spanish pension, 186.

Hills, Mr., of London, shipowner, 28.

Hoby, Hobbye :

Sir Edward, letters from, 379, 531.

— his old aunt, 379.

Francis, letter from, 101.

Sir T. Posthumus, letters from, 32, 263.

Hockon, Thomas, a soldier in the Essex Expedition, 24.

Hoddesdon (Hogsden), woods about, 2, 18.

school-house, 287.

Hoddesdonbury, Herts, 402.

Hodie,” used as a pseudonym, 181.

Hodilowe, Thomas, of Cambridge, 551.

Hohenlo, Count of, 178, 257, 412, 413.

Count Philip, letter from, 312.

Count William. 214.

Holden, Thomas, informer, 546.

Holderbye, William, master of a carvell, 258.

Holderness, attack on the coast of, 498, 494, 495, 496.

Holland, attitude in regard to the war with Spain, 62, 247.

Spanish designs on, 104.

Boors of, characters in a dumb show, 190.

meeting of the provincial assembly, 202.

fleet on coast of France, 208.

ships of merchants seized, 247, 490.

threatened with invasion, 388.

burden of the war borne by, 389.

open to attacks of the enemy, &c., 404.

chief source of supplies for the war, 456.

at a standstill with their resolutions in, 487.

to be the object of the enemy's attack, 507.

conditions of peace for, 539.

Estates or States of, a meeting of, to consider report of the Deputies, 178.

— sitting in expectation of Sir F. Vere's return, 214.

— disposed towards peace, 219.

— furnish necessaries readily, 412.

— attitude towards the Queen's demands, 443.

Holland and Zealand, Countess of, 219.

Holland, Owen, of Anglesea, 469.

Holles, Hollis, Holleys :

Densill, land in Tarbert, 262.

Sir John, 262.

— letters from, 234, 246, 433.

Hollock, Count, 312.

Hollyday, Leonard, alderman of London, 453.

Holmes :

John, of Cambridge, 551.

Margaret, letter from, 361.

Holstein (Holstre, Holster, Holcistre), Duke of, 115,

in Scotland, 129, 143, 160.

Holt Forest, 241, 455.

Holyrood House, paper dated at, 71.

Home, Hume :

Lord, 136.

— to have his pardon, 216.

— suggested as ambassador to England, 316.

Sir George, 143.

— his animosities, 135.

Hoton Hang, the grange of, 218.

Honger, John, 157.

Honiton, 137.

Honyman, Mr., 4.

Hopkins, —, 378.

Hopteun, O., letter from, 346.

Hopton, Mr., 272, 447.

Hoodsone, Mr. See Hudson.

Hookes, Hugh, of Carnarvon, 469.

Hore, Mr., 349.

Horne, Bishop, of Winchester, 14.

Horsehire, charges for, 64.

Horses in the Queen's Stables, their names and to whom appropriated, 417.

Horses (hackneys), a pass for; asked for, 555.

Horseye, Sir Ralph, 149, 486.

Hoskyns, a debtor in the Fleet, 468.

Hottinga (Ottinga), Johan van de, Dutch deputy to England, 14, 129, 250.

letters from, 84, 85, 534, 537.

sent on a mission to Friesland, 193.

Houghton :

Raphe, of Manchester, 267.

Richard, letter from, 26.

Roger, letters from, 102, 280.

Houghton, letters dated at, 234, 247.

Household furniture sent for to England from Scotland, 217.

Howard :

Lady Anne, letter from, 466.

— her marriage and the improvidence of her father, 466.

Charles, Earl of Nottingham, Lord High Admiral of England, 16, 162, 277, 533, 541, 558.

— payment made to, 102.

— an exercise of his jurisdiction, 195.

— letters to, 128, 236, 385, 477.

— letters from, 242 (2), 437, 452, 498.

— attendance at Court, 498.

— enquiring after a white marble bowl, 550.

Lady Katherine, letter from, 451.

Lord Harry, 187.

— letters from, 179, 371.

— letters to, 169, 418.

Lord Thomas, 1, 2, 187, 262, 278.

— letter from, 16.

— dispute about a Spanish prisoner, 38.

— a grant to be made to, 268.

Howland, Richard, Bishop of Peterborough, letter from, 294.

Hub of land, 166.

Hubberde, Mr., 16.

Hucgarson, one, in the Low Countries, an ally of Bothwell, 89.

Hudson (Hoodsone) :

Mr., 45, 330, 331, 366, 398.

James, 484.

— letter to, 48.

— letter from, 510.

Huesden (Flusden), 400.

Huet, Charles, 409.

Hughes, John, bailiff of Seisdon hundred, 428.

Huguenots, the. See France.

Hull (Kingston-upon-Hull), mayor and aldermen of, letters from, 245, 380.

ships of, 496.

ships sent from, to defend the coast of Yorkshire, contribution to be made to the cost of, 517.

Humbletoft, Wilbore, of Cambridge, man of, 551.

Hume. See Home.

Humflett, 153.

Hunfry, Little, 377.

Hungary, the Turk's preparation against, 198.

the Emperor's army in, 401, 427.

Hungerford :

Anthony, and Lucy his wife, 217.

Sir John, 381.

Mr., letter from, 197.

Hungroode, 236.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey.

Hunter :

Andrew, epitaph on Lord Burghley, 324.

Andro, minister of the Evangel, letters from, 342, 371.

Mr., business visit to the Hague, 513.

Huntingdon, co. of, application of the inhabitants of, for aid in draining, &c., 243.

Huntley, Earl of, 146.

exile from Scotland, 136.

his relationships, 141.

appointed lieutenant for the North, 322.

Hurdels, a place where shipping for Some lie, 23, 30.

Hurste, Edward, of Cambridge, 551 (2).

Hurstow, letter dated at, 334.

Husburne in Hampshire, Master of the Game in, 552.

Hussy, Mr., 241.

Hutton :

Matthew, Archbishop of York, letters from, 279, 414, 431.

one, Bachelor of Arts of Oxford, from the Douay Seminary, &c., 407, 408.

Hycks, Mr. See Hicks.

Hyde :

Mistress, Queen's maid of honour, horse of, 418.

Mrs. Lucy, letter to, 163.

Hyll :

James, General of Swethland, letters from, 363.

— wife of, born under the King of Denmark, 364.

J., letter from, 453.

Hylyard. See Hildyard.

Hynde, Mr., co. Cambridge, 284.

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Idiaquez, Ydiaquez :

Don Juan de, letters to and from, 184, 185.

— Spanish Ambassador at Rome, 490.

Martin d', 42.

Ilfracombe (Ilfardcombe, Elfordcombe), 378, 466.

Imperial Princes, the, action of, with regard to events in the Low Countries, 445.

In,” word standing for a person, 182.

Inchingham, Mr., 216.

Indian Kings in Portugal, 189.

Indies, the, the value of the treasure brought annually to Spain, 211.

the Queen's title to, 212.

seizure of, advocated, 246.

the navigation of both, how only to be assured, 533.

Indigo, price of, 7.

warrant for restraint of importation. 36.

Invention, French patent of, 7.

Irby, Anthony, 244.

Ireland :

alleged scheme for carrying Irish soldiers from the Low Countries to, 17.

army in, 254.

— state of, 381, 402.

— the disastrous battle of Armagh described, 409–412.

— —a plan for revenging the reverses, 426.

— persons desirous of serving in, 255, 260, 267, 317, 325, 329, 337, 348, 414 (2), 421, 459, 462, 463, 465, 476, 477, 483, 488, 502 (2), 505, 520 (2), 539 (2), 540 (3), 554, 556 (2), 565.

— ordnance for, 285.

— levies for, 322, 388, 427(2), 436, 439, 449.

— — assessments for, 252, 264 (3), 277, 279, 281, 282, 296.

— transport or despatch of troops to, 9, 298, 337, 338, 344, 371, 414, 415, 417, 450, 452, 453, 487, 488, 503.

— — from France, 28.

— victualling of troops, 199.

H.M. auditor of, 514.

calamities in, 420.

Lord Chancellor of, letter from, 76.

the Council in, 165, 186.

the Earl of Essex's expedition to, 455, 488. 492, 493.

— levies, 466, 483, 486, 487, 514, 515,

— proposals for victualling, 492, 509.

— sum per head for arms, &c., for the soldiers, 521.

— embarkation of soldiers, 521, 524.

Justices of, letter to, 241.

Lord Lieutenant of, and the Lords Justices, and the rebellion, 428, 429.

the Marshal in. at the battle near Armagh, 410, 411.

names of gentlemen in, 559.

offer of service in, by a person of quality in Scotland, 78.

Ordnance in, Clerk of the, 76.

— late Master of, 205.

papistry in, 387.

pinnaces to be employed on coast of, 161.

rebels in, plans, &c. of, 433.

scheme to raise men in, for the Spanish service, 516.

Scottishmen connected with, 323.

ships suitable for service in. 509.

Solicitor of, 293.

state of, &c., 381, 428, 439.

treason, how fostered in, 183, 186.

Ireland :

Thomas, letter from, 281.

William, horse courser, 554.

Irish :

business, despatch of, by the Council, 298.

merchants' traffic to Spain, its danger, 532.

service, offers for, from Scotland, fruitless, 170.

spy, a gentleman of a good name, 401.

Irishman's demise, “never without fraud,” 387.

Iselham, letter dated at, 284.

Isles, the, of Scotland, an expedition for subduing, 283.

Issel or Yssel, the campaign on the River, 400, 404, 413.

Issell loat, the river of, 435.

Italian, an, bearer of letters, 320.

Italian soldiers in the Spanish service, 53.

commander of, sickness among, &c., 63, 103.

Italy, peacefulness of, 188.

able to help Spain with food, an unusual event, 210.

a projected journey into, 313.

princes of, experiments in artillery, 440.

Ithell, for long a prisoner at Wisbech, 384.

Izod, Captain John, letters from, 453, 531, 532.



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