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Udall. Udell, Uvedale :

Sir Edmund, 148.

John, sent on a mission to the North, 78–80, 169, 253.

— letters from, 88, 114, 129, 145, 147, 150, 159, 168, 171, 177, 415, 562.

— handwriting of, 80, 565.

— an accident to a letter of his 146.

— instructions for his return, 170.

— a description of the West Border by, &c., 562–564.

— note touching his employment in the North, 564.

— his brother, mentioned, 130.

Mr., company of 260 men of, 89.

Mr., a complaint against, 514.

W., letter from, 74.

Upon, Captain John, of Bristol, 506.

Upton St. Leonards, manor of, 289.

United Provinces :

held in high estimation by the Queen, 109.

action of several Assemblies, 194.

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

trade of the Merchant Adventurers with, 237, 553.

relative proportions of the chief religious sects in, 238.

observations on the government of, 238.

cautionary towns in, referred to, 238.

importance of the maintenance of their power, &c., 457, 458.

their traffic with Spain, 536.

injury to, by the prohibition of the transport of coin to the West, 536. See also States General of the United Provinces.

Unimam, Thomas, letter to, 162.

Unton, Sir Henry, land belonging to, in Berkshire, 158.

Ursawe. See Orsoy.

Urwens, one, house of, on the Scottish frontier, 145.

Utrecht, 113.

opposition of people of, to new taxation, 239.

threatened with invasion, 389.

Uvedale. See Udall.

V

Vacandaire, le, a post to France named, 352.

Valentia, Don John, in command of a Spanish force intended against England, 147, 148.

Valladolid, the English college at, 183.

Vallecote, one, of Barnstaple, 450.

Van Blankenberge, —, at Bruges, 41.

Vanderberg (Van den Bergh) :

Count Frederick, 102, 369, 403, 404.

Count Herrmann, in the Spanish service, 102.

Van der Brouch, Count, murdered, 380.

Van der Lippe, Count, general of the Nether Circle, or “Creyts,” 404.

Van der Warck. See Warck.

Vane :

Lady, 449.

— letter from, 449.

Sir Thomas, lieutenant of Dover Castle, letter to, 237.

Vanloore, Peter, 554.

Vannes (Vanes), in Brittany, 81.

letter dated at, 219.

Van Weteren, Baltazar, a page of the Earl of Essex, 213.

Varneye, Mr., 562.

Vaughan :

one, receiver of Kidwelly, 104.

Richard, bishop of Chester, letter from, 399.

Roger, selected for deputy lieutenant of the co. of Radnor, 233.

Walter, of Golden Grove, Carmarthenshire, 82.

Vaughan family, the pedigrees of, 288 (2), 553.

Vavasor, Sir Thomas, in the Low Countries, 314.

Veill, Susanna, at Bruges, 41.

Velasco :

Don Juan de, 196.

Don Louis de, remains as hostage, 193.

Veluwe (Valewe, Veleu, Vellue, Weluwe), the, a district in Guelderland, 400, 412, 445, 467, 527.

Venetian :

a term of dislike used by the King of France, 95.

physician to attend the King of France, 391.

Venetians, the, experiments of, in artillery, 440.

entertain the Archduke and young Queen of Spain, 490.

Venice, Anthony Sherley at, 116, 117.

a note written in, to a Frankfort merchant, sent by Gilpin. 151.

State of, inclined to peace, 188.

— decline of their traffic in the East, 189.

— demand for release of a prisoner, 389.

Venice gold and silver, the cause of, 268.

account of that brought to London, 545.

Venison, requests for, 260, 261.

Venloo, country of, in the Duchy of Guelders, 104.

Vennarde, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, verses by, 553.

Verandunman, P., 41.

Vere, Sir Francis, 178, 194, 253, 254, 342, 438, 513, 557.

letters from, 200, 208, 222, 238, 256, 423, 442, 444, 466, 526.

return to the Low Countries, 61, 200, 202, 208, 214. 356.

arrival at the Hague, hearing by the States General, &c., 222, 223.

bearer of letters from the States General, &c., 245, 247, 249, 250, 257, 262.

qualified for the governorship of the Brill, 305.

to be governor of the Brill, 378.

confidence placed in, by the States General, 404, 456, 457.

treaty with the States General, 455.

his absence from the Brill explained, 467.

relations of Sir H. Docwra with, 507.

negotiations with the States General, 526, 527.

Verney, Verny :

Richard, justice of the peace of Warwick, 483.

Mr., 505.

Vernon :

—, “brother” of Walter Leveson, 471.

John, defendant, 196.

Margaret, a ward, 188, 190.

(Margaret) v. Townshend and others, 196.

Mr., 418.

Robert, letters from, 114, 346.

Verreycken (Verreyton, Verrityon, Werreychen), Louis, chevalier, a peace commissioner, &c., 20, 193.

Vervins, near St. Quentin, peace negotiations, &c., at, 42, 46, 65, 102, 112, 139.

the beggarly town of, 121.

Treaty of, 57, 537.

Veyuna, 402.

Vic, M. de, letter from, 357.

the brother of, 357.

Victualling of troops, 199, 283, 408, 492, 509.

Villa Vitiosa, Spanish naval commander, 53.

Villemonter, Mons. de, 203, 204.

Villeroy, Mons. de, Secretary of State to the French King, 14, 57, 76, 96, 104, 107, 181, 537.

speeches of, referred to, 105, 106, 120.

interview with Cecil at Cecil's lodging, 122.

cypher standing for, 181.

his influence, &c., 235.

communicates information to Spain, 266, 270.

Vineyard, the, house and land called, 451.

Vitry (Vittrye, Viterye), in France, 350.

Governor of, 82.

Vitry, Mons. de, 474.

Vivero (Viven), in Galicia, letter dated at, 63.

Vivian (Vevyan, Vyvyan) :

Mr. 144, 378.

Ha., letters from, 157, 385.

Voluntas, a pseudonym, 181.

Vrahslavia, meeting of the Fürstentag of, 166.

W

Waad, Wade :

—, married, 19.

William, clerk of the council, 75, 88, 218, 302, 395, 408.

— letters from, 199, 342, 382, 384, 396, 413, 432, 492.

— an examination at the Tower conducted by, 360.

Wadham, George, letter from, 510.

Wakefield, Thomas, Serjeant at the Mace for Beverley, 550.

Wakering, Gilbert, 196.

Mr., 188.

Walcote, Walcott, Wallcott :

Charles, of Brecon, 469.

family pedigrees, 288 (2), 553.

Walden, letter dated at, 161.

Wales, Marches of, 220.

council of, 352.

sheriffs for, 439, 469.

— the Earl of Essex's influence in the making of, 423.

soldiers from, necessity of their having commanders to know the language, 525.

Wallis, Robert, mayor of Cambridge, 550, 551, 552.

Walloon :

post of Canterbury, 115.

regiments in the Spanish army, 103.

ship serving the Lord Admiral, 157.

Walmsley, Nico., 453.

Walpole, Walpoole, the Jesuit, 159, 382, 421.

a counterfeit letter from, referred to, 396.

Walsh, Sir Nicholas, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland, 312.

Walsingham :

Sir Francis, 161, 179, 426, 541.

— calendar of his writings, mentioned, 2.

— a practice of, mentioned, 258.

— an agent of, 294.

— the States General's debt to, negotiations concerning, 444.

Ursula, Lady, 5.

— letter from, 317.

Walsingham House, letter dated at, 515.

Walter, —, of Monmouthshire, 454.

Waltham, Mistress, who fitted out the Francis, 175.

Waltham, the bishop of Winchester's house at, 282.

a case of detention in, 304.

Waltham Park, 38.

Walton, William, an old servant of Lord Essex, 514.

Wanstead, 321.

letter dated at, 332.

Warbarrow in Dorset, 152.

Warburton, Mr., 16.

Warck, Jan Van (Vanderwarck, Vander Wercke), Doctor of Laws, pensionnaire of Middelburg, one of the Dutch Deputies sent to England, 14.

letters signed by, 84, 85, 129, 534, 537.

sent on a mission into Zealand, 193.

president of the States General, 250, 443.

Ward, a solicitor, 295.

Ward family, 553.

Wardman, Mr., 478, 497, 501, 505, 508, 520.

Wards, Court of, cases &c., in, 27, 244, 540.

fines for wardships, &c., 171.

money in the hands of the Receiver General, 173(2)

Attorney of, 173.

Clerk of, 171.

Receiver of, 255, 331.

revenue and expenditure, 331.

business arrangements of, 541.

Ware :

Jacob or J., 2, 554.

Mr., 390.

Wareham, 152.

Warmouth, William, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 386.

Warner, Bartholomew, of Oxford University, 201.

Warrocke, servant of Lord Sheffield, 187.

Warsaw, Warsavia, in Massovia, 166, 167.

Warwick :

co. of, levy of men in, for Ireland, 483, 486.

— justices of the peace of, 483.

town of, the poor hospital of, 370.

Warwick, Lady, 417.

Wastenacher, secretary of Cardinal Albert, 132.

Waterford, 186, 565.

transport of soldiers to, 9.

Watson, Captain, of the Francis, 175.

Watts, John, alderman of London, 453.

Wax, price obtained for, &c., 1, 2.

Weather, references to the, 2, 20, 42, 61, 243, 513, 524.

Webster, Dr. Richard, letter from, 10.

Welden, William, 27.

Welie, Baron de, in the Spanish service, 102.

Wells, Welles :

John, of Cambridge, 551.

John, Sir. R. Cecil's harbinger, 21, 25, 28, 36.

Welsel, Captain Otto, at Nieuwendamme, 134.

Welshman, excuse of being a, 153.

Weluwe, the. See Veluwe.

Wemes, Monsieur de, in France, 331.

Wemys, (Weimes) :

John, 41.

the laird of, 136.

Wendey, Mr., of co. of Cambridge, 284.

Wentworth, Anne Lady, letter from, 271.

Werreychen, l'Audiencier. See Verreycken.

Wesel, (Wezell, Weesel), town of, on the Rhine, 104, 369, 400, 527.

threatened, &c., 297, 389.

compounded with the enemy, &c., 403, 434, 436.

West, one, executed for coining money, a confession by, 459.

West of England merchants, proposals for victualling by, 509.

Westchester. See Chester.

Westclive, rents from, 371.

Westerhall, —, 143.

West Indies, enterprise against the Spanish in, 10.

the Queen's prior title to, as compared with the King of Spain, 212.

West Marches. See Borders.

Westminster, bakers of, break the assize of bread, 344.

Dean of, and Thomas Wright 394, 395.

measures to be taken against rogues and vagabonds in, 336, 344.

under-bailiff of, 344.

steward, &c. of, 552.

Westminster College, letter dated at, 317.

Westminster Palace, papers dated at, 27, 36, 62, 65.

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

Weymouth, train band at, 19.

the jurisdiction of the Courts, &c., of, 66.

jetty and bridge built at, 66.

defensive condition of, 148.

artillery, &c. in, 152.

possibility of landing an army at, 152.

transport of soldiers from, 408, 409, 451.

mayor of, 408, 409.

mayor and burgesses of, suit of, 66, 191, 102.

Weytton, James, letter to, 41.

Whaley, Leonard, of Cambridge, 551 (2).

Wharton :

Lady, wardship of the daughter of, 179.

Lord, 179.

Samuel, sent into Spain by Sir Robert Cecil, 183.

Wheeler :

a goldsmith in Cheapside, 408.

John, 71.

White :

—, as to his nomination for Sheriff, 464.

Andrew, letter from, 216.

James, 18.

John, letter from, 394.

Mr. company of 270 men, 89.

Whitefriars, letter dated at, 27.

Whitgift, John, archbishop of Canterbury, 35, 187, 192.

letters from, 39, 264, 320, 332, 471, 496, 512.

letter to, 541.

papers signed by, 35, 88.

Whitland, letter dated at, 423.

Whitney, Eustace, of Radnor, 469.

Whittington, Mr., 381.

Whyte, Martyn, mayor of Plymouth, letter from, 417.

Wiborg (Weborowe), in Finland, 364.

Wickliff, Mr., of Cambridge, 551.

Wight, Isle of, fortification of, 483.

Wigmore, R., letter from, 565.

Wilbraham :

Raphe, letter from, 267.

Roger, letter from, 293.

Wilcocks, Thomas, letter from, 467.

Wildemore, Lincolnshire, 289.

Wilfoord, Mr., Chamberlain of the city of London, complaint against, 13.

Wilford (Wylsford), Sir Thomas, his appointment as Provost Marshal, 334, 335.

letter from, 343.

services of his eldest son, 343.

Wilkes, Sir Thomas, 114.

letter from, 6.

payment of a bond by, 38.

furnishing for his journey to France, 38.

his unfortunate accident, 90.

Willaston, William, letter to, 37.

Willes (Wiles, Wyles) :

—, connected with certain dealings in diamonds, 18, 19.

William, an Englishman serving as a Spanish pilot, confessions of, &c., 341, 350.

Williams :

Captain, 557.

Roger, of Brecon, 469.

Walter, 200.

Williams family, pedigrees of, 288 (2).

Williamson :

Mrs. Anne, letter from, 430.

Nicholas, of Wyllne in Derby, 430.

Williamson family, pedigree of, 288.

Willis, Mr., 115.

Willoughby, Lord, 261, 374.

letters from, 158, 523.

a complaint of, 380.

a kinsman of, 471.

Wilson, Thomas, 486.

Wilteshire, Edmond, of Lymington, 376.

Wilton, letters dated at, 220, 234, 264, 289, 352, 415.

Wiltshire, defensive arrangements in connexion with, 149.

levies in, for Ireland, 427, 439.

— embarkation of, 524.

Wiltshire cloth, 65.

Wimbledon, 327.

Wimborne, tithe of, an order in the Duchy Court relating to, 177.

Wimborne Minster, 250.

Winchester, letters dated at, 292, 419, 446.

Winchester :

bishop of, having the custody of Sir W. Stafford, 218.

— assessment for levies for Ireland, 281.

— the charges upon his income, &c., 289.

see also Bilson.

bishoprick of, pension out of the revenues of, 14, 33.

— steward of the possessions of, in Hampshire and Wilts, 552.

College, warden of, 249.

— letter dated at, 448.

Dean of, assessments for levies for Ireland, 281.

diocese, assessments of the clergy for levies for Ireland, 281, 282.

Marquess of. See Paulet.

Windebank, Thomas, 44, 312, 380.

letter from, 294.

letter to, 379.

Windsor, a letter written on the high road to, 242, 243.

Wine passing without payment of duty, 507.

Wines, Impost of, 368.

Wingfield, Wingfeilde, Wingfeld :

Anthony, cousin of Lord Shrewsbury, 187.

— letter from, 506.

Jaques, alleged wronging of son of, 165.

John, 244.

Robert, 244.

Sir Thomas Maria, at the battle near Armagh, 410, 411.

Thomas Fitzjaques, letter from, 186.

Winstead, in Yorkshire, 494.

Winston :

Sir Harry, letter from, 337.

— eldest son of, 337.

William, son-in-law of William Cecil, of Allt-yr-ynys, 175.

—— and his son, at Allt-yr-ynys, their conduct denounced, 272.

— Elizabeth his wife, 272.

Winter :

Sir Edward, letter from, 4.

George, 565.

Sir W., 565.

Wirrall, 117.

Wisbech, bailiffs of, 382.

priests moved to the prison at, 449.

castle, Jesuits prisoners in, 382, 384.

alleged secret places for papers and books in, 384.

Wiseman, Mr., 256, 502.

Witham, river, 289.

Withrington, Witherington :

—, educated at a Spanish seminary, 266.

Mr., “gentleman of Northumberland.” See Woodrington.

Witherley, parsonage of, 566.

Withernam, proceedings by way of, 542, 543.

Wodall, Ephraim, mayor of Salisbury, 233.

Wollaston, Mr., 566.

Wolverton, letter dated at, 455.

Women's secret maladies, a professed curer of, 132.

Wood :

Hugh, of Anglesea, 469.

John, in Sir R. Cecil's retinue, letter from, 153.

Mr., of Cambridge, 551.

Wood Street Compter, 306.

Woodrington, Witherington :

Ephraim, complaint against, 73.

Henry, of Northumberland, complaint against, 73.

— slaughter of Scottishmen by, 314.

— his delivery into Scotland, desired, 499, 500, 504.

Lieutenant Isaak, letter from, 259.

Woods, planting of, 455.

Woodville, arms of, 287.

Woolmer, Gregorie, 310.

Wootton, Mr., 383.

Wootton Bassett, 244.

Worcester :

Archdeaconry and prebend of, held in commendam, 320, 321.

bishopric of, revenue of, &c., 296.

Worcester, earl of. See Somerset.

Worcestershire, levies from, embarkation of, 524.

Worsley, Thomas, letter from, 476.

Woster, letter dated at, 385.

Wotton :

Sir Edward, 30, 339.

— letter from, 128.

Sir James, 16.

Wrath, Mr., at Nurnberg, 166.

Wraye, Sir Chr., 252.

Wright :

—, 328.

R., “packer” in the port of London, 12.

Thomas, in Bridewell, 394, 395.

— book on the Passions of the Mind, 395.

letters from, 394, 395, 449.

William, of Cambridge, 551.

Wriothesley, Henry, earl of Southampton, 270, 528.

arrangements for furnishing money to, in France, 37.

presented to the King of France, 91.

his story of Sir C. Blunt's quarrel, 227.

letters from, 241, 313, 353, 357, 373, 392, 469.

projected journey into Italy, 313.

the bearer of a letter from, to Cecil, 323.

letters to, 355, 557.

secret visit to London, 373.

clandestine marriage, return to England, &c., 353, 355, 357, 392, 393, 557.

his proceedings in Paris, 358.

Wroth, Mr. or Sir Robert, 15, 16, 260.

Wyat, Henry, 144.

Wye, river, dispute concerning a weir in, 220.

Wyke, in Dorset, 152.

Wykeham, bishop [of], 38.

Wynkfield, James, Master of the Ordnance in Ireland, bastard son of. 205.

Wylsford, Sir Thomas. See Wilford.

Wylton, Captain, desires to apparel his company, 521.

Wynston of Langaren, Gilbart of, Margaret, daughter of, 288.

Wyseman, Robert, letter from, 205.

Wythers, Isaac, letter from, 71.

Wyvell, Chr., a fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 192.

X

X. I. M., letter from, 204.

Xanten, Zantum, town of, 400, 403.

Y

Yate, Edward, wardship of, 254.

Yaxley's lands, 250.

Yconnyll Castle, baron of, 380.

Ydiaquez, Don Juan de. See Idiaquez.

Yeaxlye, Richard, confession of, referred to, 406.

Yonge, lady, letter from, 220.

York :

Archbishop of, charged with foully handling a matter, 171.

— letter from, 495.

— letter to, 517.

archdeaconry of, the bestowal of, 414.

city of, aldermen of, 362.

— Council of the North at, members of, &c., 341.

—letters dated at, 343, 495, 501, 508, 521, 522.

— prison at, Scottish pledges in, plot for their escape, 478, 479, 480, 504, 505.

county of, Catholics and Recusants in, 152, 173.

— loan due from, 280.

— hostile attempt on coast of, 492, 494, 495, 496, 500, 517.

— East and North Ridings of, contribution from, for ships for defence of the coast, 517.

province of, assessments in, for levies for Ireland, 279.

York House, letters dated at, 252, 455.

Yorke, Sir Edward, 259.

Youghall, letter dated at, 202.

Young :

—, sometime servant to Dr. Lopus, 153.

Henry, from the baron of Mollac's regiment, 137.

family, the, 287.

Ypres, 156.

Yssell, the river, the campaign on, 400, 404, 413.

Z

Zaclok, 50.

Zametti, French financier, 367.

Zamoyski, the great chancellor of Poland, 166.

made general of all the Polish forces, 168.

Zantum. See Xanten.

Zedlinsky, Polish ambassador, 167.

Zeeland, 458.

attitude towards the war with Spain, 62.

Estates of, complaint against Sir R. Sydney, 128.

— attitude towards the Queen's demands, 443.

— complaints by, of prohibition of trade, 537.

opposed to peace, 247.

open to attacks of the enemy, 405.

ships of, arrested, 247, 490.

conditions of peace for, 539.

Zerotino, Baron, 333.

Zolcher, George, servant to Duke John Casimir, licence to, 21.

Zouche, Edward Lord, letters from, 128, 165 (2), 179, 187, 199, 208, 235, 283, 297, 302.

Zubiaur (Subiaur, Serviaurs), Pedro de, Spanish Commander, 53, 63.

Zutphen Quarter, 458.



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