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1902

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'Index: A', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 441-443. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111796 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Abbeville, 71.

Abbis, Thomas, of Bedford, 47.

Abbots Anne (Abbotsan), near Andover, letter dated at, 252.

Abbott :

Morris, letter signed by, 103.

Robert, Doctor in Divinity, 396.

Aohan, 143.

Acrode, Roger, 397.

Acton, Sir Thomas, on his deathbed, 213.

Adelantado, the, of Castile (Don Martin de Padilla), 170.

proceedings, &c. of, 132, 135, 153, 273, 277, 283, 295, 300, 305, 315 (2), 316, 328.

rumour of his having taken the Sacrament to come to London Bridge, with his wife and daughters, 283.

fleet of, in distress, 362.

son-in-law of, 305.

Adimais, Luizo, d' Venetia, a baloonmaker, come over to learn the language, 160.

Admiralty Court, proceedings in the, 95.

Adrianople, 204.

Adye, Mr., one of H.M. shipwrights, a plan of, to annoy the enemy, 274.

a scheme of, for defence of the Thames, 281.

Aerssens, C., Greffier of the States General, 169.

Afalia. See Offaly.

Agas, Ralph, surveyor of lands in Suffolk, 63.

Agent employed to obtain intelligence abroad, 345.

Aguilar, Mons. d' Governor of Dunkirk, a prisoner, 159.

wife of, coming to England to plead for him, 159.

Ailments or illnesses, references to, 73, 78, 79, 82, 85.

Ailwarde, Ry., Sheriff, letter from, 365.

Ainslie, Thomas, letter signed by, 429.

Aisheley, John, a suspected person landing at Dartmouth, 252.

Aix, 242.

Alablaster (Alabaster, Alebaster) :

Mr., lay brother at Rome, 200.

William, 259.

— a prisoner in the Tower, 282.

— “in some stomach,” 319.

Alareda, 109.

Albert, of Austria, Archduke, Duc de Brabant (“the Cardinal”), 6, 21, 27, 353.

attack upon Breda, 62.

his influence, &c., 132.

rumour of the breaking off of his marriage, 184.

an intercepted letter, 212.

a brace of greyhounds promised to, 238.

rumour of peace on his arrival in the Low Countries, 299, 300.

in conjunction with the Infanta, movements of, 200, 243 (2), 262, 267 (2).

— pamphlet concerning their landing at Genoa, 244.

— arrival at Brussels, 357.

— portraits of, received, 391.

Aldred :

John, Hull, 139.

one, at Lyons, 157.

Aleppo, 386.

Alexander of Parma and his son Renutius, right to the Crown of England, 203.

Alferes, the, Spanish prisoner at Plymouth, 349, 355, 366, 367.

Alford. Captain, 145, 330.

Alkmaar (Alkamer), siege of, 25.

Allington (Alington), Hugh, Clerk of the Court of Requests, 85, 94, 117.

letters from, 94, 399.

Allen (Alane) :

Cardinal, 203.

Sir Ed., 181.

Allerton, Jo., of Clare Hall, 419.

Alley, Captain, 146.

Almirante (Admirante), of Arragon (Don Francisco de Mendoza), 169, 356.

movements, etc., 3, 4, 21, 62.

Alnwick, letter dated at, 23.

Alonzo, Don, 313.

Alporte, 189.

Alred, John, 397.

Alsop, Humphrey, of Butterley, a recusant, information against, 318, 323, 324.

Ambassador, the,” worthy to be laid by the heels, 178.

Amberes, letter dated at, 206.

Ambrosden (Ambresden), Oxon, 397.

Ameridith, Mr., 72, 130.

Amice, Amise, Mr., 270, 295.

Amsterdam, siege of, 25.

letter dated at, 184.

Amyas, Francis, letter from, 128.

Ancient to the Earl of Essex, 27.

Ancient lights, 413.

Andalusia, 132.

ships preparing in, 296.

fleet from, for New Spain, likely to be intercepted, 301.

Anderson :

Lord, 120, 253.

A., letter from, 34.

Henry. Alderman of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 34, 397.

Henry, letter signed by, 103.

Andover, 234.

Andrea (Andre, Andreas), Cardinal, 123, 169.

a secret messenger from, in England, 247.

a letter to, sent for Cecil's approval, 254.

Angell, Thomas, chamberlain of Bedford, 48.

Anguioca, Juan de, letter from, 313.

Angus. Archibald Earl of, “of good memory,” tapestry, &c. of, 353.

Anmer, Bishop, 412.

Anne of Denmark, queen of James VI., supposed to be influencing the king towards Popery, 54.

Anonymous persons :

a letter, 43.

one owing money to William Cecil, 224.

Anthoine, Madame, executed in Paris, brother's suicide, 99.

Anthony, Edward, 209.

Antiocha, princes of, 219.

Antognossi di Luna. Barnardino, an Italian come over to learn the language, 160.

Antoin, Mr., 272.

Anton, James, letters from, 42, 232.

Antonio, Don, 367.

Antony, Charles, graver of H.M. Mint, 191.

Antson. Robert, from St. Malo, arrested at Fowey, 320, 321, 326.

attainments, &c., 327.

Antwerp (Anvers, Handwerp), 87, 205, 357.

a surgeon dwelling in, 50.

messenger or courier from, mentioned, 82, 267.

letters dated at, 139, 148, 159, 267.

a packet of letters from, referred to, 163.

Genoese carpenters at, 206.

arrival of the post from, 259.

an attack on, projected by cutting a bank, 305.

French purposes of treachery for, 381.

portraits from, 391.

Apringill, David, letter signed by, 429.

Apslen, Allen, Victualling Commissioner at Cork, 196.

Apthorpe, letter dated at, 74.

Arabella, Arbella, Lady. See Stuart.

Arabia, place more dangerous than the deserts, 166.

Archedeacon, Richard, 430.

Archee, Father, 279.

Archipelago, the, damage done by Christian galleys in, 220.

Ardee, 147.

Ardes, the greater, 100.

Ardnary, 423.

Argyle, Earl of. See Campbell.

Arklow (Arkloughe), skirmish near, 236.

Armagh, 231.

primate of, from the Pope, 404.

Armathoes” at the Groyne, 152.

Arme, hundred of, Devon, 438.

Arms :

a teacher of, 221.

value of pike and “shot” compared, 338.

Armstrong (Armestrange), Simon (Symeon), L. of Whitto, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

letter signed by, 429.

Army, the :

qualities of old and new soldiers compared, 35.

description of arms and uniforms of soldiers, 44, 89.

levies for the army for Ireland, 46, 47, 48, 69, 72, 89, 107, 108.

— soldiers' coat and conduct money, 89.

— embarkation, supply of armour, &c., 94, 96 (2), 97, 113.

— muster of troops at Chester, 107, 108.

— victualling of, 222, 256.

— payment of, 290.

— defalcations from captains' pay, &c., 115.

levies against the expected Spanish invasion, 280, 288, 437, 438.

— quality of men raised, value of “voluntary horses,” &c., 289, 338.

— levies of horse, &c., from individuals, 275, 299, 302.

— training of men raised by the City of London, 322.

— dismissed, 315, 318.

falsehood of musters, 347.

pension, 56.

victualling, kinds of provisions, &c., 18, 39, 96, 196, 303, 316.

master of the carriage of the, 286.

Armynge, Hughe, letter signed by, 388.

Arnheim, 22.

Arnold :

John, 367.

Mr., an assault by the servants of, 206.

Sir Nicholas, 168.

Arragon, Almirante of. See Almirante.

Arragonese, the, jealousies of, 247.

Arras, in Artois, 61.

Artois the Chamber of, an appeal to, 86.

Arundell :

John, of Lanherne, letters from, 275 (2).

Sir Matthew, 176.

— his legacies left to the Queen, 80.

Thomas letters from, 80, 130, 201, 337.

Arze, Juan Buys de, letters from, 312, 313.

Ash Christopher, 47.

Ashburnham, Mr., 181.

Ashburton, Asburton, 152, 234.

the despatch, of letters from, 307.

Ashby, in Northamptonshire, 53.

Ashfield, agent for the English Catholics, sent on a mission to Scotland, 230, 307, 308, 309, 431.

the whole plotter for his apprehension, 422.

Ashley, Sir H., 181.

Askeaton (Askeiton), H.M. chief house in Munster, 268.

Askwith, Thomas, son of an alderman of York 209.

Assheton :

Ra,. letter from, 9.

Richard, of Lancashire, 69.

Astley in Worcestershire, 384.

Aston :

Nichola, an English Jesuit active at Ferrol, 171.

Roger, letter from, 159.

Athy, castle of, 267.

necessary garrisoning of, 414.

Atkins, Richard, letter from, 239.

Atkinson, Captain, 146, 330.

Attorney General, the High Commissioner for the Province of York, 396.

Audience, a Judge of the, 257.

Audiencier, the, arrival of, at Calais, 124.

Auditor, Mr., 145.

Audley. Lord, Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 145, 147, 231, 331.

Audomaropolis. See St. Omer.

Aveiro (Aveso), plague in the coast of, 172.

Awbrey, Dr., a member of the Council of Wales, &c., 257.

Aynsdale, Henry, of Chester, 377.

Azores (Assurres), Islands of, 403.

Spanish force going to, 312.