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1899

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'Index: N, O', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 8: 1598 (1899), pp. 606-608. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111765 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Namur, 178.

Nangle, Father, letters to, 203, 204.

Nanses, Mr. commander at St. Ives, 58.

Nantes, 51, 65, 81, 94, 100, 111, 118, 122, 125, 127 (2), 157, 186, 491.

attack on, projected, 31.

nobles, &c., to meet the King at, 101.

Nantwich (Namptwich), 205, 267.

Naples, 63.

Nassau :

Justin de, admiral of Zeeland, Dutch Envoy to France, 84.

— arrival at the Hague, 178.

Count Louys of, letter from, 20.

Count, Prince or Grave Maurice of (“his Excellency”), 13, 60, 62, 85, 112, 113, 151, 198, 214, 239, 380, 502.

— at the Hague, 190.

— letters from, 20, 178, 249, 253, 257, 488.

— proposal that he should marry the French King's sister, 98.

— garrisons driven out by, 102.

— three gentlemen sent by Essex to serve under, 151.

— a letter written to, to persuade him to a peace, 194.

— rumour of an attempt to assassinate, 195, 219.

— preparedness of, for hostilities, 263.

— action with regard to his sister's marriage, 263.

— incidents and progress of the campaign of, 369, 399, 400, 404, 412, 434, 435, 445, 456, 458, 467.

— military preparations, &c., 527.

Count William of, 178.

younger Counts of the house of, 458.

Nautical instruments, inventor of, 304.

Naval expedition, a, note of cost, 34.

Navarre :

Queen of, negotiations for her divorce, 491.

Count J. de, 257.

prosecution of the war in, 101.

Navy, estimate for charge of pinnaces, 161.

Necholes, Hugh, of Plymouth, examination of, 337, 338.

Necton, William, letter from, 317.

Negro, Octavio, a Venetian, a prisoner, 389.

Neile, Richard, letter from, 35.

Nemours, Mons. de, 568.

Netherlands, Spanish provinces, 281.

governor of, 400.

bound more closely than ever to Spain, 424.

Neufville, De, 154.

Nevers :

late Duc de, a town designed to be made by, 30.

Duc de, marriage of 568.

Madame de, 23.

Neville, Nevill :

Edmond, prisoner in the Tower, 37.

Sir H., H.M. lieutenant in Berks, 486.

Henry, letter from, illness of his wife, &c., 158.

Sir Thomas, knight, 197.

Thomas, of Cambridge University, 486.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, All Hallows church in, 347.

mayor of, 373.

— letter to, 375.

— question of the election of, 373, 375, 397.

mayor, aldermen, and sheriff of (named), letters from, 386, 419, 431.

sea-coals at, question of the tax on, 403, 413.

searcher of the port of, 384.

town clerk of, 346.

Newfoundland fish brought to Western ports and France, 415.

Newgate, a prisoner in, 459.

Newhall, letter dated at, 329.

Newhaven [Havre de Grace], ship detained by the governor of, 157.

Newlyes in the West Seas, 365.

Newport, letter dated at, 302.

Newport, Isle of Wight, 483.

Newton :

Sir Henry, 220.

John, 27.

— letter from, 566.

Newton Lodge, letter dated at, 557.

Newton Stowe, manor of, 197.

New Year's gift 1.

Nicholas, Captain, 153.

Nicholl, Humfrey, 144.

Nicholls-Trelowaren, 157.

Nichols' ward, 385.

Nicholson (Nicolson, Nikelsone) :

—, 468.

George, employed by the Treasurer in Scotland, 216, 361.

Thomas, Scottishman, at Brussels, 460, 461.

— payments to him and his brother, 542.

— his friend in prison at Dunkirk, 542.

William, complaint against, 550, 551.

Nieuport (Newport), 39, 134, 135.

Nieuwendamme, fort of, 131, 134, 135.

95,” a pseudonym, 123.

Nimwegen (Numigen), 400.

Nobleman going into France from Scotland, mentioned, 142.

Norcott, John, mayor of Cambridge, 551, 552.

Norfolk, Muster Master of, a candidate for office, 469.

Normanby, letters dated at, 187, 292 (2).

Normandy, places in, on the side of the K. of France, 81.

Essex's expedition to, mentioned, 567.

Norreys, Norris, Norys, Norries :

Sir Edward, governor of Ostend, letters from, 130, 156, 196, 47, 281, 333, 404, 506.

— details of a plot to assassinate, 131.

— in England, 134.

— the aged father of, 405.

Francis, grandson of Lord Norreys, 10, 16, 27, 33, 209.

Henry Lord, 35.

Sir Henry, letter from, 436.

Sir John, 386, 523.

— the armed foot of, 3.

— defeat of his forces in Brittany, referred to, 411.

Sir Thomas, 375, 376.

North of England, priests and seminaries, in, 152, 561.

person not named sent thither by Essex, “a brave heart though a lame pair of legs,” 169.

disturbed state of, 169, 170.

North, Council of the, members of, sittings of the Court, 241.

learned lawyer required to succeed Mr. Purefey, 343.

letters from, 495, 550.

North coast of England, attack by Dunkirk ships on, 492, 494, 495, 496

North, Roger Lord, Treasurer of the Household, &c., 199 (2), 274, 547, 548.

as one of the Privy Council, 88, 334, 336.

letters from, 163, 218.

Lord Lieutenant of co. of Cambridge, 277.

letter to, 419.

North, Captain, assigned a company from Wilts, 427.

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

Northampton, Helena countess of, letter from, 163.

Northbourne Manor, 426.

Northern and southern peoples, the respective qualities of, 170.

Northumberland, co. of, gentlemen of, late committed, 499.

Northumberland, Earl of. See Percy.

Nottingham :

Earl of. See Howard.

William, 172.

Nowell :

Dr., physician, 439.

Thomas, a baron of the Cinque Ports, 542.

Numigen. See Nimwegen.

Nuncio, the, in France, 193.

Nurmordy [? Normandy], troops of, at Dinan, 50.

Nurnberg [? Nuremberg], 166.

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Oarr, Leonard, of Totnes, 232.

Oath of supremacy, administration of, to suspected persons, 406, 407.

Oboo, Obowe, in Finland. See Abo.

Ochiltree, laird of, a Stewart, Bothwell's right hand, 89.

his strength in his wardenry, 145.

feuds of, 146.

O'Connor's brother, 17.

O'Conor Sligo, Donoghe, letter from, 276.

— a grant to, 293.

Odinck (Odenes), garrison driven out from, 102.

O'Donnell (O'Donell, Odoneil) :

[Hugh Roe,] a messenger from, to Scotland, 216.

— a “wicked neighbour” in Connaught, 276.

Count, sent to Ireland to raise men by the King of Spain, 516.

— visit to Paris, 516.

Shane McOge, submission of, 56.

Offen, taken from the Turks, 406.

Ogle, Ogell :

Charles, 554.

lieutenant, letter from, 255.

Richard, 244.

Roger, servant to Henry Woodrington, 73.

Oldsworth, —, letter to, 289.

Oliphant, Lord, travelling to France, 483.

Oliver, letter to, 46.

Oppeln, Duchy of, in Silesia, 166.

Orange :

Prince of, 113.

— interviews with the Cardinal, mentioned, 132, 133, 134.

— part taken by in the peace negotiations, 194.

Princess of, 15, 122.

— and the peace negotiations, 239.

Oranges, a cargo of, from the Garonne, 36.

Ordnance, exportation of, 27, 131, 142, 178, 183, 184, 333.

of extraordinary lightness, for ships, &c., 113.

prices of iron and brass ordnance compared, 184.

for the army in Ireland, 285.

Ordnance officers, 242.

Orinoco, 358.

Orkney, Earl of, 146.

Orleans, 30.

establishment of churches in, proneness to sedition, &c., 329.

Ormond, Ormonde :

Earl of, 376, 378, 379, 387.

Lady, present from, for Sir R. Cecil, 297.

Orsoy (Orsey, Orsow, Orso, Ursawe), in the duchy of Cleves, 356, 380, 393, 400.

capture of, 369.

Orwark [O'Rourke], Bryan, submission of, 55.

Osborne, Osburne :

Mr., 197.

John, of the Exchequer, 284.

John, a servant of M. Noel de Caron, 465.

Oseley, captain Nicholas, 62, 503.

Ostend, letters dated at, 130, 156, 196, 281, 507.

alleged plot to assassinate the governor of, 131, 133.

rumour of an attempt to betray, 248.

given up to the States general, 333.

powder and ordnance remaining in, 333.

neighbourhood of, free from the enemy, 404.

garrison of, its afflictions, 405.

English companies at, sent for to defend the frontiers, 456.

Oswall or Osswell, Father, a Jesuit, his dress described, 59.

his person described, 63.

Ottinga. See Hottinga.

Ouborne, Charles, 10.

Oucrina, Count de, 350.

Overall, John, of Cambridge University, 486.

Overyssel, 62, 458.

Owen :

Thomas, letter from, 566.

William, feodary of Monmouthshire, 259.

Owsley, Mr., served in the Low Countries, &c., 325.

Owyn temp. Regis Harold, 287.

Oxford, a lease of 20l. in, 470.

mayor, aldermen and commonalty of, letters from, 191, 202.

Oxford University, discord with the city, 191.

vice-chancellor, letter from, 301.

attack by the scholars on the townsmen, 201, 202, 203.

Corpus Christi College in, presidents of, 332.

Queen's College, election of the Provost of, 405.

— letter dated at, 521.

Oxfordshire, 320.



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