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Sackville, Thomas, Baron of Buckhurst 35, 88, 131, 197, 274, 298, 347, 368, 405, 413, 533.

letters to, 128, 192, 201, 363.

letters from, 142, 321, 403, 514, 517.

licence to export ordnance, its results, 183.

grant by, 187.

concerned in Lady Dacre's lands, 222 (2).

Sackville, Lord, Lord Buckhurst's son, 131.

Sadler, Francis, of Nettlested in Kent, 104.

Saffron, 68.

Sailly. agent of the States General, 300.

St. Albans, 205.

St. Aldegonde, 98.

St. Andera (Anderes) in Biscay, 350, 402.

St. Briens, letter dated at, 101.

St. Burgoing, Lord, 30.

St. Cythes Lane, letter dated at, 337.

St. David's, bishopric of, steward of the lands of, 553.

St. George, church of, 265.

feast of, celebration of, 138.

St. George's, friar of, 377.

St. Germains, St. Germain-en-laye, 226, 491.

the Court at, news from, 219.

letter dated at, 222.

St. Gertrudenberg, teaching in, 401.

St. Gills in Holone, 127.

St. Ives, 258.

St. Jean de Porterico, 490.

put to ransom, 379.

St. John de Luz (De luce), 185, 466.

St. John :

Lady, death of, 242.

Oliver, 217.

young, wardship of, 242.

St. Julien (Sayntt Jeyllamss) Tower, at Dinan, 50.

St. Lawrence (Larnss, Larinss, Laring), Mons., in Brittany, 50, 51, 101.

St. Luke's Gospel, ch. 22, v. 25, an erroneous translation, in the Geneva version, 347.

St. Malo, (St. Mallos, Maylos), in Brittany, 14, 81.

letters dated at, 52, 137.

people of, surprise the Spanish garrison in Dinan, 46, 47, 50, 51, 101.

a merchant and a French gentleman at, an anecdote of, 52.

fleet off, 397, 477.

ships stayed in Spain, 489.

St. Martin's in the isle of Rhé, 523.

letter dated at, 524.

St. Michaels, 383.

Governor of, passports granted by, 24.

St. Omers, Seminary at, 266.

St. Peter's Hill, Mr. Reynolds' house at, letter dated at, 559.

St. Peters Port, Guernsey, a tumult in, 496.

St. Patrick's purgatory, 285.

St. Pol (Paul), Count, 22, 23, 30, 193, 281, 474.

relations with Colville, 139, 140.

St. Poll, Sir, George, of the co. of Lincoln, 306.

letter from, 325.

St. Quentin (Quyntins), 452.

letters dated at, 330, 331, 366.

St. Valery (St. Valleris), 9.

town bought by the King, 23.

Salamanca, 43.

Salinas, Mons. de, one of the chief councillors of Spain, 300.

plotting against England, 396.

Salis, M. de, 246.

Salisbury, mayor of, 233.

— letter from, 233.

horsing of the posts from, 233.

Salisbury Court, letter dated at, 19.

Salmar, Sieur de, 320,

Salsbury, Captain, arrested for debt, 355.

Salt, prize, 175.

Saltern, Thomas, letter from, 426.

Saltonstall, Richard, alderman of London, 41, 481.

lord mayor of London, letters from, 11, 223, 268.

Salusbury, George, of Carnarvon, 469.

Saluzzo (Salluces), marquisate of, Spaniards desire to retain, 103.

surrender of, 219, 489, 490, 491.

Sancto Clemento, Gulielmns a, legier for the K. of Spain to the Emperor, 167.

Sancy, Mons. or Sieur de, 104, 108, 266.

a repartee made to the King by, 568.

Sanderson :

Henry, searcher of the port of Newcastle, 384, 397, 419.

— letter from, 373, 375.

Mr., at Durham, 347.

Sandes, Sands :

Lord, 265.

— concerned in a certain trial, 292, 292.

Captain George, 504.

Sir Wa., letter from, 265.

Sanforde, Nicholas, of Wisbech, 382.

Sand Haven, Finland, letter dated at, 365.

Sandsfoot, (Sandfoote), castle of, Dorset, disrepair of, 149.

captain of, 149.

Sandwich, 15, 408.

letter dated at, 208.

mayor of, 177.

— action of false imprisonment against, 542.

San Juan de Lua in Vera Cruz, 246.

San Lorenço, 20.

San Lucar, 523.

Englishmen at, 265.

Sanquhar, lord of. See Robert Crichton.

Sapirton. letter dated at, 9.

Sar,” Mr., 207.

Sarges, cloth, 354.

Saunders, Thomas, of Coventry, 486.

Saunders' book De Schismate, 192.

Savage :

Sir Arthur, in charge of soldiers for Ireland, 487.

E., 495.

Robert, 56.

Saverye, Christopher, of Totnes, 232.

Savile, Henry, letter to, 76.

Saville, Mr., Baron, to go the Northern Circuit, 252.

born in co. York, 252.

Savorgnano, Giulio, inventor, 441.

Savoy, letters dated at, 38, 379.

Savoy, Duke of, 8, 57, 489, 490, 491.

Saxey, William, letter from, 202.

Saye, distilled water of, 38.

Scarm-heir,” the relationship of the Emperor to the States of Germany, 238.

Schenck (Shinkslhous, Skinke his sconce), fortress of, on the Rhine, 104, 400, 401, 436.

Schomberg, Mons., 104, 108.

Scilly Isles, (Cillye), 58, 428.

lieutenant of H.M. fort in, 450.

St. Mary's Isle in, letter dated at, 478.

Scoble, Scobbeles :

Ca., 413.

Peter, of Plymouth, 337, 338, 341.

Scot, the, his letter relative to the Scottish pledges explained, 522.

Scotland, (“h,” “71,”) 536.

Ambassador from, in London, 143.

— in France, his reception, &c., 568.

appointments, &c. in, 216.

Borders of, lieutenant of all the three South Marches of, 89.

— warden of the Middle Marches, 498.

Catholic lords in, an emissary of effect of their restoration, 45, 46.

Catholics of, a commission to, 137.

Chancellor of, 140.

— his animosities, 135.

— favour extended to Bothwell, 136.

— influence with the Queen, 137.

cipher for, 150.

clergy in, matters touching, 115.

coast of, necessity for guarding, 270.

communications with France, 329, 330.

a convention in, 510.

defences of the realm of, 71.

feuds in, parties named, 146, 147.

a French Ambassador sent to reside in, 568.

intelligence as to events, &c., in, 115, 145, 159, 160, 282, 283, 322, 529.

King James VI. of (“Philip”), 365, 464.

— letters to, 3, 204, 519.

— letters from, 72, 286.

— proclamation by, 71.

— fondness for his foreign relatives, &c., 104.

— movements of, 129, 283.

— a letter describing the state of his service in England, referred to, 136.

— intrigues, &c., connected with, 136, 137.

— persons influencing, and the results, 140.

— the death of his mother, 140.

— prophecy concerning his political action, 141, 146.

— pseudonym or cipher for, 141, 146, 181, 472, 473.

— at Edinburgh, 143.

— his policy as regards Spain, &c., 145, 147.

— anger against compassers of his mother's death, 152.

— offers help against Sweden, 168.

— communications passing from France to, 181.

— policy, &c., 283, 322, 472, 473.

— his title to the English throne, 366, 431.

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

— in communication with the Bishop of Glasgow and others in France, 329, 331, 352.

— papers relating to his pension, referred to, 339.

— his messenger to England, 385.

— information as to his intentions, &c., 398.

— and Archibald Douglas, 484.

— reduced to great straits, 485.

— services rendered to, 510.

— his proceedings described, 529.

— employment of Jesuits by, 529.

— suggested method of dealing with, 564.

— relations with the King of France, 565.

nobleman in, going to France, not referred to by name, 142.

nobleman in, with whom Lord Burghley and Lord Sussex dealt, 215.

“the party” from, 129.

a parson of quality in, offer of service in Ireland by, 78.

prince of, question of guardianship of, 137.

proclamation concerning, 71.

Queen of, movements of, 129, 143.

— her desires as to the guardianship of the Prince, 137.

Resident in England for, 74.

scheme for inbringing of strangers to, 139.

Secretary of, 181.

— return from England, 135

— cipher standing for, 181.

Spanish faction in, 88, 129.

Spanish negotiator in, 140.

Spaniards going to, 366.

Scots or Scottish :

as envious of English peace and plenty as impatient of their own beggary, 170.

despatch mentioned, 44.

Irish of the Isles, 473.

merchants send goods by Carlisle 180.

pledges in York gaol, a plot for the escape of, 455, 478, 482, 497, 498, 499, 500, 504, 505, 508, 510, 520, 522.

— deliver a petition, 500, 508.

practices with the enemy, the only sentinel for, 139.

priest, a, alleged to be engaged in some plot, 195.

Regiment in the Low Countries, 401.

— preacher or minister to, 342, 371.

relations with the E. of Tyrone, 216.

ships stayed in Spain, 145.

slaughter of Scottishmen, on the Borders, 314.

Scott :

Edward, son of Sir Thomas, 471.

— recommended for service in Ireland, 507, 512.

Sir John, 544.

— letter from; 540.

Scrope, Lord, warden of the West March, 79, 446.

Scudamore, Scudamor, Skydamore :

Sir John, 82.

Lady, 417.

Thomas, letter from, 280.

Scudder, G., steward to Lord Cobham, 116, 428.

Scurfild, John, of Pembroke, 469.

Sea card, a new invention, 304.

Sedley, Mr., of the co. of Norfolk, desires to serve in Ireland, 414.

Seisdon hundred, Staffordshire, bailiff of, 428.

Sekford, Henry, groom of the Privy Chamber, letters from, 321, 549.

Selby :

George, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 386.

Sir John, a medium of correspondence, 135.

William, of Berwick, letter from, 23.

William, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 386.

Seminaries of the North, a book of information concerning, 561.

Sempill, lord, 529.

Seneca, quotation from, 348.

Seradià, Waywode of, 166 (2), 168.

Serjeants' Inn in Chancery lane, letters dated at, 451, 452.

Sestone, letter dated at, 214.

Seventer, Seventrye, Isle of, in Guelderland Ward, 399, 434.

letter dated in, 401.

castle of, surrenders, 435.

Seviaurs, Spanish Commander. See Zubiaur.

Seville, 147, 162, 532.

the prison at, letter dated from, 212.

— escape of Englishmen from, 290.

Sewall, Henry, of Coventry, 486.

Sewell family, the, 287.

Seymour :

Edward, earl of Hertford, letter from, 233.

Edward, letter from, 304.

Mr., 416.

Sir John, 233.

Sforza, Captain Francesco, 189.

Shaftesbury, 233.

Shamler, Jeremy, who had been a prisoner in Spain, 337.

Sharpe :

Dr., of Cambridge University, 485.

Lionel, treatise by, 552.

Shawe, Agnes, of Cambridge, 551.

Sheale, Jacob, admiral, in Finland, 364.

Sheffield :

Dowager Lady, letters to and from, 299.

Edmund, Lord, letters from, 38, 86, 116, 187, 271, 277, 324.

— Governor of the Brill, 117.

— Sir E. Stafford's mission to, 278, 283, 292 (2).

— state of his mind, 292 (2).

— resignation of governorship the Brill, 305.

— reported to have become a Roman Catholic, &c., 408.

Sheffield Lodge, letter dated at, 446.

Shelton, Sir John, 342.

Sheriffs of counties, the choice, &c., 454.

Sherley :

Sir Anthony, 383.

— letter from, 376.

— at Venice, intelligence of his movements, opinions, &c., 116, 151.

— departure for Constantinople, 188.

— desires to stand well with Lady Cheyny, 189.

Sir Thomas, 241.

Sir Thomas, the elder, letters from, 36, 177, 237, 313, 339, 367.

— controversies with Becher, 447, 448.

— son of, service in the Low Countries, 313, 314.

Sir Thomas, the younger, letters from, 305, 340, 346, 354, 523.

— prizes taken by, 339, 340, 346, 367, 385.

Sheves, James, of St. Andrews, a Scottishman, arrested at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, his examination, &c., 431.

Shipman's (Shapmans) Pool, in Dorset, 152.

Ships named :

Adventure, 452.

Age, 198.

Antelope, 242, 243, 452.

Bull, of Dantzic, 1, 2.

Castell, of Poole, 258.

Caval Volando, the Flying Horse, of St. Lucar, 265.

Charles, 452.

Christian, of Plymouth, 503.

Cressent, 503.

Diamond, of London, 258.

Dolfyne, of Topsham, 174.

Dragon, 306.

Dreadnought, 452.

Foresight, 452.

Fortune, of Plymouth, 503.

Francis, of Melcombe Regis, 175.

Greyhound, of Dieppe, 388.

Lynnet, 162.

Lyons Whelpe, 153.

Madame, of Bristowe, 559.

Marlion, 162.

Moone (Mone), 15, 459.

Popinjay, 162, 452.

Reyne Deare, 510.

Spirito Santo, Spanish prize, 62.

St, Bartholomew (Spanish), 22, 58.

Sta. Catalina (Spanish), 180.

St. Paul (Spanish), 58, 180.

St. Peter (Spanish), 58, 59, 350.

Soune, 162.

Spie, 162.

Swan, of Flushing, 559.

True Love, of Bristol, 236.

Urus, seized and carried into Plymouth, 567.

Vanguard, 7, 15, 17, 21, 28.

Whithouse, of Dantzic, 565.

Zabra, a galley, 350.

Ships, Queen's, powder for, 34.

viewed by a French visitor, 357.

Ships for transport of soldiers, freight, &c., 408.

Ships not named, 138, 157, 258, 311, 452.

prizes, &c., 173, 174, 337, 339, 340, 523.

Spanish ships of war, on the coast, 232.

ship cast away between Flushing and Sluys, 403.

Spanish ship brought to Cardiff, 560.

Shrewsbury, Earl of. See Talbot.

Shropshire business, 260.

Shute :

Captain, pension to, 14.

Captain John, letter from, 33.

Shutte, Mr. Baron, 252.

Sibbett (Sippett), William, bearer of letters from Brittany to the K. of Scots, 181, 330, 365, 366.

Sidney. See Sydney.

Siebenbrouge, Seebenberge, Prince of, voluntarily delivered up his dominions, &c., 308, 310.

Sievenburg, 167.

Sillery (Silery, Sillrie), Monsieur de, one of the French peace commissioners, 46, 193, 490, 567.

letter from, 42.

Silver, brought from Venice, 545.

Simone, Signor, 376.

Simson, Symson :

Mr., a goldsmith, arrest of Francis Bacon by, 359, 360.

one, having an interest in the tithe of Wimborne, 177.

Singleton :

Thomas, of Oxford University, 201.

wardship of, 222.

Sippett. See Sibbett.

Sittingbourne, 7, 15, 21, 28, 36.

Sitsilt, Syssyllte :

origin of name of Cecil, 287.

Richard, of Altyrennis, pedigree of, 553.

Robertus de, 288.

Thomas, Lord of Haulterennes, 288. See also Cecil.

Skinne, Henry, 244.

Skinner, Skynner :

—, 305.

Alderman, his wife's son, a Jesuit, 185.

Vin., of the Receipt, 286.

— letter from, 361.

Mr., 431.

Skins, petition for leave to export, 84.

Slamata, William de, Signor di Clain et Cossumbere, a Bohemian gentleman, 333.

Slegg, Henry, of Cambridge, 551.

Slegie, —, in the Spanish service, 102.

Sligo, county of. state of, 276.

Slingsby, Slyngsby, Slingesby :

Mr., 19.

Captain, of the Antelope, Spanish prizes taken by, 242, 268.

Smaill, John, 217.

Small, one, servitor to Robert Bruce, 140.

Smith, Smithe :

D., 413.

Sir John, prisoner in the Tower, 37.

Mr., 405, 417, 549.

Mr., chaplain to the Bishop of Peterborough, 294.

Mrs., 548.

Otwell, in France, advancing money, 114.

Ralph, 73.

Sir Thomas, 161.

Thomas, clerk of the Council, 399, 400, 438.

— letters from, 344, 387.

Thomas, of Cambridge, 551.

Smyth :

—, of London, baker, 265.

Francis, “this lewd youth,” robbery by, 263.

— sister's son to Thomas James, a merchant in Spain, 265.

— his history, 266.

Robert, revelation by, of an alleged plot, 16.

Soame, Stephen, Lord Mayor of London, letter from, 481.

Soham. co. Cambridge, manor of, 163, 164 (2).

Soissons (Sesson, Socsones), 117.

camp at, letters dated at, 82, 83.

siege of, 81, 100, 101.

Soissons, Count de, 326, 491, 568.

his discontent continues, 270.

Soldiers, discharge of, effect of, 342.

Some, Robert, of Cambridge University, 486.

Somerford, Broad, 244.

Somerset, co. of, defensive arrangements in connexion with, 148.

Sheriff of, letter to, 468.

Somerset, Edward, Earl of Worcester, of greatest influence in Monmouthshire, 263.

Somme, River, 49.

Songs, printing of, 273.

Sotherton, George, 553.

Soubes (Soubz), M. de or le, 204 (2).

Sourdéac (Surdiac), M. de, governor of Brest, 178.

Sourdis (Sourdy), Madame de, the brother of, 567.

Southampton (Hampton) :

a pinnace of, 174.

imports of, 245, 368.

practices upon Sir T. Sherley's crew at 305, 306.

minister of Church of Strangers in 354.

cloths called sarges made in, 354.

mayor of, 414, 509.

transport of soldiers for Ireland from, 414, 453.

illegal export of beer and leather, 415.

barley brought to, 510.

Southampton :

Countess Dowager of, 379.

— question of her marriage, &c., in connexion with her son, 371.

young Lady, her horse, 417.

— money for, 554.

Earl of. See Wriothesley.

Southern peoples, qualities of, as compared with Northern peoples, 170.

Southerton, Mr., 143.

Southwell, Thomas, letter from, 449.

Spain, Spanish, or Spaniards in general :

aid sent to Earl of Tyrone, 351.

army, English regiment in, 63.

— its composition, numbers, &c., 102.

— forces in Brittany, operations, &c., 22, 81, 100, 127.

— soldiers on the way to Brittany, drowned, 180.

— forces in the Low Countries, operations, &c., 248, 356, 389, 393, 399, 400, 456, 467.

— — mutiny of soldiers, 369, 400.

corn intended for, 128, 167, 481.

scarcity of corn in, 368, 397, 398.

courts, a decision given in, with regard to Englishmen's goods, 549.

Deputies of, letters of, to the Cardinal, intercepted, their purport, 119.

embargo upon shipping in, 450, 531.

English colleges in, 186.

English goods arrested in, commissioners for examination of, 549.

Englishmen in, 185.

Englishmen having relations with, 265, 266.

English ordnance, supplied from Flanders, &c., 183.

English pilots in service of, 303, 304, 337, 338, 341.

an English prisoner in, adventures of, 182, 438.

English prisoners in, application on behalf of, 206.

— their condition described, 209, 289, 291, 303, 506.

English youths going to, route of, 186.

expectations of, on the Queen's death, 357.

fear of an English fleet coming to, 180.

fleet and preparations against England, information as to, 58, 59, 60, 63.

— suspected appearance upon the coast, 258.

French ambassador to, 362.

French ships stayed, 489.

flyboats, taken prize, 242, 243, 247.

hold no promise made with a Lutheran, 196.

hostages arrived at Paris, 207.

import of fish from Jersey, 280.

imposts in, of a vexatious character, 211.

Infanta of, 112, 156, 388, 507.

— question of marriage with K. of France, 176.

— expected at Brussels, 248.

— efforts to break off her marriage with the Archduke, &c., 270.

— preparations for her reception and conveyance, 297, 304.

— marriage, 235, 236, 399, 531, 533.

— marriage portion, 207, 400.

— illness of. 359.

— opposition to her leaving Spain, 391.

Jesuits passing into England, 195.

King Philip II. of, commission from, for peace negotiations, referred to, 42.

— report of his abdication in favour of the Prince, 63.

— state of his affairs in Brittany, etc., 76.

— relations with the King of France, 92, 95.

— intercepted letter to, its purport, 119.

— promises to English Catholics, 185.

— served by La Fontaine and Villeroy, 266.

— designs against the English, 319.

— death of, 327. 330, 351, 388, 399.

— — etiquette of the notification of, to the King of France, 489.

— help afforded by, to the Earl of Tyrone, 341.

— early forgotten, 359.

— dying injunctions, 370.

King Philip III. of (“new king of”), continues his father's council, 391.

— coronation of, 402.

— reception of his wife deferred, 531.

— character of his policy, &c., 488, 489 (2).

— probable reasons for active hostility against England, 511.

— alleged to have hatched a plot to kill the Queen, 512.

— scheme to raise men for service of, in Ireland, &c., 516.

legier for, in the Emperor's Court, 167.

lessons learned by, 170.

naval expedition of 1597 against, effects of, 85.

naval and military preparations and designs, information concerning, 22, 29, 36, 49, 53, 57, 115, 147, 174, 291, 402, 488, 490.

news or intelligence of matters in, 56, 147, 531.

ordnance manufactured in, 184.

peace with France, &c., negotiations, 8, 44, 46, 54.

— opposition to, and objections against, 76, 154, 235, 535, 537, 538.

— reasons of the States General against, 84–86.

— objects aimed at, 103, 104.

— proclamation of, in France, persons representing parties, &c., 193.

— celebrations connected with, 196.

— character of the peace, 219.

— effects of, on the strength of Spain, 246.

— commissioners to treat, 20, 538.

— — extracts from letter of, 57.

population, poverty, &c. 210, 211.

postal arrangements in, 182, 186.

— how letters are intercepted in, 183.

head postmaster in, and his chief clerk, 186.

power of, discussed by Richard Hawkins, 209–212.

the Prince of (afterwards King Philip III.), said to be crowned King, 156.

— mentioned in connexion with the “gentlewoman” in England, 184.

— tutor of, 207.

see also King, above.

the young Queen of, reception in Italy, &c., 490.

— at Ferrara, 507.

relations with K. James VI. of Scotland, 147.

relations of the Portuguese with, 172.

Scottish ships stayed in, 145.

ships bringing troops to Blavet, lost, 82.

ships taken, &c., 337, 560.

ships on the coast of Cornwall, attack fisher boats, &c., 232.

shipping of importance, not possessed by, 210.

restraint of trade with, effect in England, 298.

traffic in the East, 189.

traffic of the United Provinces with, 536.

toys, 544.

treaty of commerce with, mentioned, 538.

the war with, the honourable and profitable results to England of, 211, 212.

— reasons urged for continuing, &c., 533, 534, 535.

Spaniards (particular persons) :

a prisoner, a dispute about, 38.

Spaniards captured and carried into Flushing, 56.

Spaniards conveyed to Spain, expenses connected with, 62.

Spaniards in or going to Scotland, 145, 366.

two Spaniards taken at sea, examination of, 180.

Spaniard, a, H.M. prisoner in the Gatehouse, 306.

Spaniard, a, offering to give information, 319, 320, 515, 555.

prisoners in England, liberty allowed to, &c., 362.

a certain Spaniard, information about, 396.

Spary, Francis, left in Orinoco, by Sir.

W. Ralegh, 358.

Speicer, Mr., 483.

Spencer, Sir John, 116.

Spinosa, Don Diego de, secretary to Cardinal Albert, embarked for Scotland, 40, 45, 46, 139, 140.

Spot (Spott, Spoot), the laird of, character, &c., 88.

a refugee in the West Border of England, 137.

to come up to give counsel, 564.

Spurlyng, (Spurlyn), John, serjeant-at-law, letters from, 312, 451.

Spurne Point, 495, 496.

Spynie, (Spynye, Spanye), Laird of, cousin to the Bishop of Glasgow, 330.

sent on a mission to France, 322.

at Calais, 398.

Squyer, (Squiers, Squier), discourse of Jesuitical persuasions by, 382.

indictment against, drawn. 421.

Stade (Stod), H.M. agent at, 113.

privileges of Merchants Adventurers renewed at, 114.

news from, 406.

warned not to receive goods from England, 406.

Stafford, Stafforde :

Sir Edward, letter from, 104.

— letters from, concerning his mission to Lord Sheffield, 278, 283, 292 (2), 324.

“Mr.,” a prisoner in the Gatehouse, an interview with, &c., 199, 200.

Captain Francis, letters from, 286, 390.

Lady, 417.

Sir William, committed to the Bishop of Winchester's care, his conformity, etc., 218, 419.

— letter from, 304.

Staines, 137.

Stallenge, William, a servant of Sir R. Cecil's, 296.

letters from, 1, 2, 283, 349, 368, 378.

coming to the Court, 283.

Stamford, 328.

Standish family, pedigree of, 288.

Standish, letter dated at, 337.

Stanhope :

Dr., 191, 560.

Edward, of the Council of the North, his knowledge, &c., 279.

— letter to, 455, 497.

— letters from, 341, 390, 478, 500, 508, 522.

— takes part in frustrating the escape of the Scottish pledges, 505, 520.

Sir John, 33, 127, 171, 172, 222, 262, 265, 300.

— letters to, 213, 233, 370.

— letters from, 420, 540.

— receiver of assessments, 279, 281.

Michael, letter from, 237.

Mr., 414.

Sir Thomas, 367, 548.

Stanley, Standley :

— 432.

— in the Tower of London, examination of, 396.

— the traitor, letters touching, transmitted, 466.

—, an Englishman, commanding a Walloon regiment in the Spanish service, 103.

Captain Jo., letter from, 358.

Col., intercepted letters from Brussels to, mentioned, 458.

John, relation of his adventures, &c., 549 (2).

Mr., 16.

William, Earl of Derby, 275.

— letter from Mr. Ireland, relations with Lady Derby, 281.

— concerned in Lincolnshire Fens, 289

Sir William, 17.

— at St. Lucar, in Spain, 265.

— contents of letters to, intercepted, 184, 284.

— regiment of, 302.

Stansfield, —, 222.

Star Chamber, former meeting place of the Council in, 72.

Starch patent, 172, 233, 565.

States General of the United Provinces :

agent for, in France, 176.

allies of the English, 170.

assembling of, 178.

cipher for, 176.

debt to Sir H. Palavicino, 5, 305, 307.

debt to the late Secretary Walsingham, negotiations about, 444.

a debt owing by, 502 Deputies or Envoys sent over to England by, 13, 54, 61, 249.

— names, &c., 14, 250.

— letters from and to, 84, 128,

533, 534.

— reasons urged by, against the peace with Spain, 84–86.

— merchants' negotiations with, 139, 141, 142.

— date of their probable arrival, 256.

— action of the States General after the Deputies' return, 193.

Deputies or Envoys sent by, to the King of France to oppose the peace, 7, 13, 15, 25, 37, 55, 84.

— movements, negotiations, interviews, &c., 28 (2), 29, 30, 104, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 124.

— their resolution as to the proposed peace negotiations, 122.

— their report awaited, 144.

— return to the Hague, &c., 178.

Deputies sent by, into the several Provinces, departure of, 202.

determination to continue the war, &c., 197, 238, 257.

English officers in the pay of, 312, 313, 547.

English soldiers in the service of, 254, 255.

— arguments against their recall, 457.

forces of, in the field, 389.

letters from, 14, 250, 493.

Merchants' Adventurers' negotiations with, &c., 66, 143, 190, 237.

military preparations of, 13.

need of foreign aid, 436.

negotiations of Gilpin and Vere with, on the Queen's behalf. 197, 222, 223, 238, 423, 442, 513, 526. 527.

— treaty concluded, formality of the taking of the oath, 455.

negotiations with Archduke Albert, 262.

— Berck restored by, &c., 263.

opposition to the peace negotiations, questions of including them, &c., 13, 25, 42, 43, 54, 61, 95, 97, 98, 148, 197, 235, 239, 256, 533, 534, 535.

ordnance for, from England, 131, 142.

Statutes mentioned :

3 Edw. IV., 34.

1 Eliz., 14.

27 Eliz., 34.

against erection of buildings in suburbs of London. 234.

Tillage Act, 279.

Depopulation Act, 279.

Stedman, William, clerk, letter from, 240.

Stegkburke, Steckburke, castle of, siege of the King of Poland in, 309.

Sterling (Stylynge), James, at Bruges, 40, 41.

Sterne, William, of Cambridge, 551.

Stevens, Richard, 183.

Stevenson, Richard, 244.

Steward, John, of the Buttrye, 505.

Stewart, Capt. James, influence over the King of Scotland, 140.

Stileman, Jo., letter from, 281.

Stillington, D., Jesuit, 265.

Stirling, the Scottish court at, 136.

Stod. See Stade.

Stokes, John, application by, 65.

Stone, 205.

Stone, Mr., 281.

Stonehouse Mills Pool, 1.

Store General, H.M., captain of, 242.

Storm, Jehan, an Austrian, confession of, 131.

Stourbridge fair, 552.

Stow, —, 159.

Strangwaie's daughter's distressed orphans, 220.

Strangways, Arthur, marriage, &c., 232.

Strigonin, the taking of, mentioned, 427.

Stringer, Philip, of Cambridge, 551.

Studland, in Dorset, 60, 152.

Style, William, letter from, 324.

Stylle, Ollyver, of London, 453.

Subiaur. See Zubiaur.

Subsidy, commissioners for assessment of the, letters to, 274.

county assessments for the, 547.

Subsidies, falling off in amount, from neglect of commissioners, 274.

Suliarde, Edward, letter from, 20.

Surleboy. See McSorley.

Sussex, land in, sold, 158.

naked of trees, 455.

levy of men in, arming, &c., of, 455, 514.

escheator of, letter to, 540.

Sute, Richard, letter from, 296.

Sutton, Mr., of co. of Cambridge, 284.

Sveit, a pseudonym, 398.

Swain, Mr. 241.

Swanage, 152.

Swartzenburg, baron of, 471.

Sweden (Swenland, Swethen, Swethlande) : 536.

a gentleman of, 16.

hostilities against, 166, 168.

news relating to, 308, 309, 474.

defence of, 364.

King of, report of his being prisoner, 406.

preparations for war in, 436.

Swiss, Switzers :

soldiery, 490, 491.

regiment of, at Dinan, 50.

Protestant, thought likely to join a league against the Pope and Spaniard, 198.

Swyfte :

one, a scholar in Douay, 408.

Garrett, letter from, 459.

Sydney, Sidney :

Sir Henry, 234.

Sir Philip, 161, 427.

— his Dametas, 562.

Sir Robert, governor of Flushing, letters from, 11, 22, 25, 29 (2), 53, 55, 56, 414, 427, 522.

— a narrow escape of, 26.

— desire to be made a baron, and for an appointment, 29.

— attitude of Sir R. Cecil and others towards. 29, 30.

— reasons for his desire to come to England, 53

— complaints against, for stopping corn ships, 128.

— a debt of, 502.

— Becher's claim upon, explained, 522.

— his journey to the French King, 522.

Syme, —, 146.

Symes, Captain Edward, letters from, 1.

Symonds, Jean, a messenger of the Jesuits in England, 351, 352.

Symons, John, the post, 215.

Symonson, Philip, mayor of Rochester, letter from, 164.



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