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Cadiz (Cales), 153.

the 1595 expedition to, 57, 273, 434.

— prisoners taken in remaining in London, 367, 370.

Spanish ships and soldiers at, 201.

fleet for New Spain from, 301.

Caesar, Mr. Dr. Julius, 76, 88.

— letters from, 296, 334, 412.

Cage :

John. Constable of Totteridge, 198.

— letter from, 238.

Richard, of Totteridge, 198.

Caher, Cahir, Caire :

Lord of, 140, 268.

Castle of, plan of, 186.

— siege of, 213.

— thought the only impregnable castle of Ireland, 267.

Caithness, 33, 34.

Earl Bothwell's designs on, 45.

Caithness, Earl of, 33.

Cajetan, Cardinal, 202.

Calais (Calice, Callis, Calyes), 71, 164, 219, 254, 348.

Dunkirkers making ready at, 217.

Governor of, 403.

— a letter from, referred to, 327.

— passes issued by, to French ships carrying Spanish goods, 403.

letter dated at, 124.

the post to, 119.

the route of ships from the North to, 403.

Calfeld, Captain, 147.

Calloughe, McArti's chief house, 268.

Calmerslott. See Kalmar.

Calverley, Thomas, Temporal Chancellor to the Bishop of Durham, 396.

Calves' skins, exportation of, 425.

Calvo, Eliano, a Genoese, long resident in London, 127.

a petition to be presented by, 167.

Camberwell, letter dated at, 350.

Cambray, Bishop of, his ears boxed, 243.

Cambridge :

letters dated at, 199, 240, 421.

townsmen of, injuries committed by, 240.

university of, an undergraduate at, 178.

— exemption from subsidy, 240.

— disputes in, 434.

— wrongs done to, by the town, 434.

— relations of Sir R. Cecil with, 418.

— Vice-Chancellor of, 185, 199.

— Vice-Chancellor and other Heads of Colleges at, letter from, 240 (2).

— Caius College, fellow of, 199.

— Clare Hall in, appointment to the Mastership, 418 (2), 419, 421, 436.

— Jesus College in, letter dated at, 185.

Campbell :

Earl of Argyle, kept his religion abroad, 252.

John, a Scottishman, pilot of a Spanish frigate, 114.

Mr., Minister at Westchester, 287.

Mr., Dean of Limerick, in poverty from the rebellion, 418.

a member of the house of the Earl of Argyle (Father Chresostume) on his way to Scotland, 287.

Camphire in Zeeland, 320.

Campion :

Father, a book compiled by, containing the names of persons reconciled, referred to, 153.

Mr., brewer, 425.

Canaries or Canary Islands, the, 116, 315 (2).

capture of, by the Dutch fleet, 247, 249, 273 (2), 301.

Canby, Laurence, a prisoner in York castle, 104, 105, 106.

Candii, 102.

Canterbury :

Archbishop of, letter from, 126.

— one of the Commissioners to hear the case of the Cambridge University, 434.

City of, 84 (2), 336, 349, 383.

— letters dated at, 84, 85.

— an inn named “Fleur de Luce” in, 84, 85.

Capell, Sir Arthur, letters from, 288, 393.

Capuchins, Order of the, M. de Joyeux received into the, 98.

friars arrested at Sandwich, 287.

prisoners in the Marshalsea, 365.

Caramama, rebellion in, 219.

Cardigan, county of, gentlemen of, desirous to serve under Essex in Ireland, 54.

Cardinal, Mr., 31.

Cardinal, the. See Albert, Archduke.

Carelell, Capt. James, 101.

Carew, Caroe, Carue, Carey, Carie, Cary, Carye, Karie :

— 25.

—, opinion of, among Essex's followers, 343.

Sir Edward, 195, 237.

George, letter from, 137.

Captain George, killed, 213.

Sir George, 133, 134, 390.

— Master of the Ordnance, 235, 429.

— letters from, 56, 204, 337.

— Treasurer at Wars in Ireland, 147, 440.

Sir George, knt. of Cockington, 57.

— letters from, 7, 9, 64, 364.

— regiment of, 274.

— son of, sent to the Irish Wars, 9.

Henry, lewd speeches by, 155, 161.

Captain Henry, letter from, 22.

Sir Henry, 146, 330, 439.

— bearer of a letter, 231.

— his name omitted in error from a dispatch, 236, 237.

Sir John, 396.

Lady, Sir T. Tasburgh's adversary, 216.

Mr., case of his son, referred to, 176.

— his lodging in Holborn, 214.

— H.M. late Ambassador to Russia, 227.

Sir Robert, 242, 396.

Carey, Cary :

George, 2nd Baron Hunsdon, Lord Chamberlain, 396.

— letters from, 74, 82, 90, 302, 331.

— letter to, 92.

— has the telling of the uncomfortable news from Ireland to the Queen, 306.

Henry, 1st Baron Hunsdon, an obligation made by, 353.

Mr., 439.

— mentioned, 242. See also Carew.

Carlingford, victualling magazine in, 316.

Carlisle (Carlyle), 187, 229, 411.

Archdeacon of, High Commissioner for the Province of York, 397.

Bishop of, 396.

Castle of, the attack upon, 17.

Dean of, 396.

Deanery and Colleg of, duties negligently performed, 376.

Dr. C. Parkins's visit to, as Dean, 376.

letter dated at, 386.

Carlow (Carloughe), 330.

Carlowes, the, a place of difficulty in Connaught, disaster at, 289.

Carmarden, Carmerden, Carmarthen, Richard, of the Custom house, 30, 226.

letters from, 15, 244, 248.

a grant to, which he feared might be anticipated by Lord Essex in Ireland, 248.

Carmarthen, county of, gentlemen of desirous of serving under Essex in Ireland, 54.

Caron (Carron), Mons. Noel de, Agent in England for the States General, 170, 194, 372.

letters from, 32, 216, 275, 370, 411.

visit of the Queen to, 245.

a Welsh servant of, 370.

Carpen. governor of, 21.

Carr, Sir Robert, 28, 104, 106.

Carragh, Alexander, 423.

Carrall, James, 430, 440.

Carreill. Scotland, burgh of, English ships captured, carried to, 222.

Carrickfergus (Karickfergus, Knockfergus), the command of, 18, 109, 147.

a landing at, for Coleraine, 100.

the number of able men and horse in, 150.

victual at, 222, 316.

government of, 364.

governor of, 148.

Carrolde, uncle to the Earl of Desmond, 260.

Cartaret, John, letter from, 424.

Carte, William, letter signed by, 429.

Cary's tenement, property of the Russell family, 324.

Caspar, Charles, the Calais post, 119.

Cassilis (Cassels, Cazzels), Earl of, like to pay for his intermeddling, 138.

speech of, on the Scots' prospects in England, 308.

Castile, States of, assembled, 6.

Castillo, Thomas de, letter to 315.

Castlehey, the Queen's horses at, 114. area, 115.

Castlemayne in Munster, in danger of being taken by the Rebels, 386.

Castle Park, Queen's horses in, 114.

area of, 115.

Catchmay, Captain, 323.

Cato, at Rome, 10.

Cave :

John, letter from, 55.

Thomas, his wife and her father, 184.

— letter from, 184.

Cavendish (Candish), Sir Charles, 229.

set upon, in his own ground, 246.

Caverlies, Mr., in Yorkshire, mass said at, 320.

Cecil, Cycill :

Captain Edward, letters from, 205, 252.

Frances (Frauncys), cure of, 383.

John, sale of a messuage in Bristol by, &c., 139.

Richard, letter from, 131.

Cecil, Sir Robert :

letters to, passim.

letters from, 52, 53, 128, 216, 229, 236, 327, 331.

his love of books, 8.

presents to, 8, 13, 38, 130.

practice of, as regards the taking of gifts, 8.

a quarrel at Court, 54.

land offered for sale to, 63.

an attack of ague, 72.

hawks belonging to, 32, 270.

expressions of devotion to, 74, 75.

summoned to the Queen, 88.

Spanish gloves sent to, 83.

his park pale at Cheston, 117.

a “discourse” sent by, referred to, 199.

his children and their aunt, 129, 383.

“a father” to his niece, 130.

horses of, 130, 337, 337, 401.

Recorder (“patron or parent”) of Colchester, 163, 395.

a marriage to be attended by, 173.

his “particular care of foreign affairs,” 171.

appointment to Mastership of the Court of Wards, congratulations, &c., 176, 178, 179, 185, 188.

arrangements connected with his son, the son's character, &c., 179, 180.

application to be a retainer of, 192.

stops his coach, to speak with certain persons, an act of courtesy of, 201.

the “principalest part of the House,” 205.

movements of, 226, 243.

his signature requested, to frighten a man, 294.

a picture for, 345.

interview with E. of Essex arranged, 367.

and Lord Southampton, 341.

negotiations as to a lease of Russell House, 358, 359, 360.

sentiments borne towards, 368.

interference on behalf of Sir T. Sherley, the younger, 371.

vile words uttered of him at an ordinary, 384.

a farmer and servant of, 399.

relations with the E. of Derby, 405.

Bishop of London's indebtedness to, 408.

relations with the University of Cambridge, 418, 434.

as bailiff of Westminster, deputies of, 437.

paintings for, 440.

cousin german of his mother, 255.

niece of, has brass ordnance at Corfe Castle of good value, 250.

Cecil :

Lady Susan, 118.

Thomas. 2nd Lord Burghley. letters from, 71, 128, 163, 167, 173, 177, 209, 225, 235, 236, 294, 343, 345, 420.

— letter to, 89, 429.

— execution of his father's will, 72.

— signs a letter from the Council, 90.

— suffering from gout, 173.

— delay in his appointment as President of the North, 236.

— the Queen's projected visit to, losses from alteration of her plans, 239.

— appointed Lord President of the Council of the North, 241, 246.

— proceedings as President, 317, 343, 344, 345, 395.

— relations with his brother, Sir Robert, 345.

Sir William, 1st Lord Burghley, a question of respect to his memory, 63.

— an act in which the executors of the will of, were concerned, 72.

— an attendant upon him, in his sickness, 192.

— concerning the arrangement of his papers, 400.

— descent of, 412.

William, son of Sir Robert, travelling, 129, 383.

—, letter from, 224.

— health, employments, &c., 248.

Cecilian Gent,” the, 262.

Cesare, le Sieur, an Italian companion of Bothwell's, 46.

Cessford, Laird of, his purposes and plans, 66.

Challoner :

Sir John, 6.

Sir Thomas, letter from, 98.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Carey.

Chamberlain, Chamberlayne, Chamberlen :

Captain, return to England, 59.

— Master of the Ordnance, 145.

Capt. J., 330.

Mr., 198.

one, sometime a servant of Sir T. Egerton, messenger from Ireland, 414.

Champanti, a petitioner to the Queen, 109.

Champernowne :

Arthur or Sir Arthur, letter from, 18.

— Quarter-Master-General of the Army in Ireland, 147, 439.

Sir Richard, 206.

— letters from, 232, 437.

Chancellor, Lord, the heir of a, brought to an exigent, 178.

Chancery :

a vacant place in the, 362, 369.

Enrolment of Evidences in, Clerkship of the, 387.

Chapman :

Henry, alderman of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 34, 397.

Joan, letter from, 208.

— former husband of, 208.

Thomas, letter from, 208.

Charing Cross, letters dated at, 79, 196, 214.

Charterhouse, letter dated at, 90.

Chartley, Chartele, 44, 52.

Chastes (Chattes), M. de, Governor of Dieppe, letter from, 51.

mentioned, 295, 368.

Chatham, mariners sent from Devon to, 269, 271, 274, 275.

letter dated at, 278.

Chavige, Mr., 52.

Chauvin, a merchant from Dieppe, 368.

Cheeke, Mr., of the Council of the North, 363.

Chefe Coppice, 78.

Chelmsford, horse raised at, 283.

letter dated at, 284.

Chelsea (Chelsey), letters dated at, 91, 226.

Chenell, Francis (“one Francis”), a Frenchman, servant of W. Tresham, 389, 391, 392.

Cheney, Mr., 8.

Cheneyes (Cheyneyes), letters dated at, 130, 235.

Cherbourg (Shurbrook), 133, 335.

Cherry, Francis, letters from, 112, 227.

Chester :

Archdeacon of, High Commissioner for the Province of York, 397.

Bishop of, High Commissioner for the Province of York, 396.

Dean of, 396.

Chester, city or port of (Westchester), 67, 117, 126, 393.

letters dated at, 92, 94, 96, 97, 108, 113, 141, 377, 385, 399, 400, 415, 419.

embarkation of troops at, for Ireland 72, 89, 90, 94 (2), 96, 97, 100, 107, 108, 113, 433.

city impoverished, much charged for the Queen's service, &c., 425.

Mayor of, 97, 108, 113.

— High Commissioner for the Province of York, 397.

— letters from, 415, 419.

merchants of, a licence for transportation of skins granted to, 424, 425.

port of, 73, 377, 385.

postal times from, to London, 97.

recusants sent to the Castle, 398.

a Scots Minister at, 287.

shipping at, 86.

wines stayed at, 86.

Chester, Colonel, 26.

Cheston or Cheston House, enclosure by Sir R. Cecil at, timber in the chase, &c., 117, 426.

Chevers, Christopher, son of Patrick, of Wexford, 436.

Chewte, an English captain, knighted by the King of France, in the employment of K. James of Scotland, 309.

Chichester, Bishop of, complaint against Harry Goring, 97.

Chichester :

Sir Arthur, Governor of Carrickfergus, 147, 148.

— letters from, 107, 108.

Sir John, the killing of, 101.

Childhay (Chyldhaye), in Dorset, letter dated at, 18.

Chimay, Prince of, boxes the ears of a bishop, 243.

Chippingdale, Dr. J., letter from, 72.

Chiverton, Thomas, 329.

Chomeley, Sir Hugh, 396.

Chomley, W., letter from, 270.

Chrispe, Thomas, a Seminary priest, apprehended, 318.

Christ, the passion of, engraved, in a box covered with crimson velvet.. 298.

Chrysostom (Chresostume). Father, a Campbell, 287.

Church, non-attendance at, a cause of commitment, &c., 209.

Church of the Strangers in London, 127.

Chute, Sir Edward, in London, 431.

Cioill, William, letter from, 367.

Cinque Ports. Warden of the. See Henry Brooke, Lord Cobham.

Clanauliffe, Ireland, 131, 132.

Clandeboyes, the, an ancient feud, 100.

the forces of the, 101.

Clandermody, Clan Diermody, beartry, Ireland, 131, 132.

Clandermott Reoghs, the, 423.

Clandermott Roes, the, 423.

Clandonel Roe, in Ireland, 131, 132.

Clandonnells, the, 423.

Clan McDonell's country, 131, 132.

Clanmorishe, 122.

Clanrickard, Earl of, 146 (2).

Clapham, 411.

letters dated at, 321, 245, 370.

Clapthorne, near Awndell, letter dated at, 255.

Clara Eugenia Isabella, daughter of the King of Spain, 203.

Clare, Henry, 8.

Captain, H., 146.

Clare, Suffolk, town described, 39.

vicarage of, 38.

Clarge,” the, 318.

Clariquothatos, 271.

Clarkson. See Collier, Henry.

Clayton, Dr., 199.

Clerk :

Francis, 334.

Geoffrey, 334.

one, servant to Lord Buckhurst, 261.

Clerke, Baron, 390.

Clerksonn, William, examination of, 211.

Cleves, Duke of, 4.

Cley, William, 52.

Clifford, Clyfford :

Sir Alexander, of H.M.S. Rainbow, 60, 328, 427.

— ships under command of, position. &c., 217.

— letters from, 217, 403 (2).

Sir Conyers, 231, 431.

— death of, 289, 300, 343, 385.

Francis, 242.

George, Earl of Cumberland, 396, 434.

— at the Canaries, 116.

— is in treaty for Grafton, 198.

— incident of his journey to the Indies, 256.

— letters from, 321, 416.

— letter to, 322.

— joined with the Lord Mayor in care of all martial causes, 332.

— financial matters, 416.

Mary Lady, letter from, 433.

Clinke, the, 295.

Clinton :

Edward, Lord an exchange of lands, 195.

Henry de, Earl of Lincoln, 426.

— payment of his debts, 75, 79.

— letters from, 226, 299, 408.

— sickness of, &c., 299, 408.

— report of death of, 350.

Clonicashell, an attack upon, 423.

Clothiers, Clothworkers, &c., suit before the Council, 167.

Clyng,” 388.

Clyntwood, 17.

Coals, tax on, 34.

Cobham :

Lord. See Brooke.

Anne Lady, letter from, 186.

— Phillipe, daughter of, marriage proposed, 186.

Coche, Captain, 146.

Cockburn (Cokburne), Samuel, letters from, 136, 336.

Cockburneshelf, lands of, 353.

Cocke, Sir Henry, letters from, 72, 288.

poaching by men of, 9.

Cockermouth, 33.

Cockes, Robert, letter signed by, 103.

Cockington, letters dated at, 7, 9.

Cockman, John, of Bedford, 48.

Cofferer of the Household, suggested as a proper official to receive and keep Crown contributions, 58.

Coinage, the, 193, 426.

crime connected with, 239.

Coke, Edward, Attorney General, letters from, 73, 90, 95, 109, 227, 250, 263, 333, 371.

handwriting of, 230.

one of the Commissioners to hear the case of Cambridge University, 434.

Colchester, 87.

train bands of, 163.

the number of parish churches, &c., in, nature of the inhabitants, &c., 163.

burdensome charge of armour and men on, 199.

Bailiffs of, letters from, 163, 199, 395.

Recorder of, 395.

Quarter Sessions at, jurisdiction of the court in absence of the Recorder, 395, 396.

freedom from all purveyance, 396.

Cole :

an examiner of York, 377.

Anthonie, letter signed by, 388.

Mr., from Hull, 139.

Thomas, Prebendary of York, 397.

Coleraine, Colrane, in the Rowte, suitable for a garrison, 100.

an Abbey at, &c., 101.

Coleri quothatos, 271.

Colfangie, 352.

College, headship of a, proceedings of the fellows against an unpopular appointment, 394.

Collen, Thomas, merchant, Waterford, 121.

Collens, Robert, of Bedford, 48.

Collier :

a spy, son to Mr. Tench, of Sandwich, sent to Douay, 83, 84.

Friar Henry, despatched to England, 199.

Henry alias William Clarkson, an English priest, arrested at Dover, 210.

Henry, letter from, 211.

Collins, Edward, letter signed by, 103.

Collyn, Thomas, 278, 279.

Colmere, Clement, Doctor of the Law, 396.

Colmo, Vicente de, letter from, 272.

Cologne (Collein Coollen), 89, 242, 259.

news from, 184.

Colte, Mr., 38, 39.

Colville, John, “le Sr de Collevil,” 45, 46.

letters from, 33, 49, 50, 88, 123, 240, 241, 252.

letter to, 37.

scheme for the surrender of a foreign town, 33, 37, 49, 50.

odious to the King of Scots, 285, 310, 369, 374.

Colyer, —, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Comans, J., letter from, 370.

Combes, N., letter from, 222.

Comen, Gyles and Katherine, letter from, 436.

Comerford, George, 122.

Commissions, prepared by the Attorney General, 73.

Compton, near Littlecott, letter dated at, 251.

Compton :

J., slays his opponent in a duel, &c., 246.

William Lord, his house, 53.

— letter from, 387.

Comptroller of the Household, 137, 161.

sole correspondent of Lord Essex, 155.

Coningsby, Conningesby :

Richard. “The Usher,” letter from, 205.

Thomas, 205.

Sir Thomas, high sheriff of co. of Hereford, 379.

Conley, John, 401.

letter from, 39.

Connaught, 351.

companies of foot and horse in, 146.

number of rebel forces in, 185.

the fugitives of, 265.

Governor of, want of sufficient forces, 265.

— should march to Sligo, 266.

the disaster of, 300.

letters received out of, 312.

rebels brought to the Earl of Tyrone, 365, 366.

the loss of soldiers in, 385.

services in, 422, 423.

Connors, the, in Ireland, 20.

Conoke, Mr., attending the Lord Treasurer, 311.

Conquet, France. Spanish fleet, &c., at, 322, 325, 404.

Conradus, adverse party to a suit, 109.

concerned in a dispute, 413.

Constable :

Captain, 86, 134.

— wounded, 236.

Mr., 156.

Captain Robert, Commissary of the Musters, 148.

— letter to, 83.

— letters from, 117, 150.

Captain William, letter from, 213.

Sir William, 439.

— letters from, 263, 300.

Constable, the old, at Milan, 380.

Constantinople, news from, 204, 205, 220.

the Persian Ambassador at, 219.

Contribution Money, arrangements for its receipt and safe keeping, 58.

Conway, Conwey, Connaway :

Lord, 6.

Sir Edward, letter from, 23.

Captain Foulk, 145, 331, 424.

John, 416, 417, 418.

William, father, in France, 417.

William, son, born at Brewood, examination of, 416, 417.

Cony, Richard, mariner, 121.

Conyers, Coniers :

—, lay brother at Rome, 200.

John, letter to, 216.

Mr. Auditor, 83.

Cooke, Cook :

—, 426.

Sir Anthony, 31, 44, 134, 146.

— letters from, 79, 88, 91, 111.

— embarked with his company, 96.

— arrival in Ireland, 116.

—, wrecked on his way to Ireland, 120.

— “sick,” 213.

Sir J., horse company of, 68.

Robert, 397.

William, letters from, 209, 290.

Coomans :

one, an agent of Cardinal Andrea's, 246.

Jeronimo, 332.

Marcus, 332.

Cooper :

nephew of Serjeant, 371.

John, 397.

Philip, of Bristol, 325.

— letter from, 391.

Robert, 397.

Cope :

Mr., 75, 130.

Walter, letters from, 79, 256.

Copgrave, 194.

Coppin, G., letter from, 282.

Cordelier, the, a person in treaty with Colville, 49.

Cordell, Thomas, letter signed by, 103.

Corfe, 322.

Corfe Castle, ordnance from, taken from the Spaniards in 1588, to be sent to Plymouth, 250 (2).

Corneforthe, —, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Corfu, 218.

Cork, 49, 320.

letter dated at, 116.

harbour, 121.

Lord, 140.

Corn, export of, 82, 83, 189, 247.

purchase of, in Western ports, &c., 83, 92, 103, 108.

dearness of, in Spain, &c., 132.

weight of wheat, 221.

bought for her Majesty, 307.

Cornious, Edward, 280.

Cornish falls, 339.

Cornwall, export of corn from, &c., 82, 92, 93, 108.

hostile men of war off the coast of, 88.

houses of gentlemen in open to Spanish attack, 136.

the coinage or tin in, 193, 220.

mariners pressed in, 272.

preparations to resist the expected Spanish attack, cost of maintaining the forces there, 274, 292.

the gentry factious, and the people a raw multitude, 323.

tenants for the Mines Royal in, letter from, 437.

Cornwallis, Cornwaleys :

Lady Catherine, 167.

Thomas, 167.

Sir William, letters from, 162, 167.

Corsini :

Bartolomeo, at Florence, 79,

Filippo, letters from, 49, 79, 163, 267, 288, 345, 376, 379, 391, 440.

Corunna (the Groyne), 90, 135, 172, 283.

letters dated at, 312 (2, 313.

Spanish ships. &c., at the, 132, 152, 173, 292, 296, 305, 372.

— to be easily spoiled, 95.

— misery of the men in the galleys, &c., 273 (2), 312, 313, 315, 328.

Cosby, Captain, 146.

Cosell (Coleshill), 97, 113.

Cotes, Mr., of Hansloppe, 428.

Cotten, Cotton :

Bishop of Exeter, a kinsman of, a student at Douay, 383.

Henry, Bishop of Sarum, letter from, 378.

Couldam, John, of Great Yarmouth, 319.

Coulton, John, 397.

Council, the. See Privy Council.

Country and Court life compared, 25.

Court, “great stirs at,” 32.

Courtney, Sir William, 274, 439.

Courty, Thomas, the Queen's merchant, 318.

Coventere, Thomas, letter signed by, 240.

Coventry, 97, 113.

letter dated at, 295.

Coverley, Mr., of Coverley, proposed marriage, 186.

Cowford Park, Wilts, the Queen's horses at, 115.

Cox, Mr., slain, 236.

Cradock, Robert, 49.

Crahe (Craghe), Dr., 122, 279.

Crampton, Mr., 52, 158.

Craven, Cravin, William, 425.

letter to, 346.

Crawlie, —, 426.

Cray ford, committed to the Marshalsea, 208.

Creake, Mr. Dr., 334.

Creaughtes of the cows in Ireland, 100.

Crequy, Desdiguières son-in-law, 300.

Cressus's dumb son, 307.

Crete, 11.

Crevecœur, fort of, 169.

Crewkerne, 152, 182.

Crichton (Chrightoun), Father, the Jesuit, 88.

letter in Italian written by, referred to, 151.

Crichurch, letter dated at, 183.

Cridwell, Capt., 165.

Crips, Richard, letter from, 397.

Crockatt, —, kinsman of Lady Cutts, 173.

Crockett, Robert, examination signed by, 393.

loss of certain letters, 393.

Crocodile's tears, 95.

Croft, letter dated at, 420.

Croft :

Fra., 437.

Herbert, letter from, 420.

Sir James, opinion as to English defensive tactics, 338.

Martin, letter from, 9.

Robert, a retainer of Lord Hume, 382.

Crofton, in Yorkshire, the parsonage of, 39.

Crofts, Ric., 146, 330.

Croisic (Crosicke), in Brittany, 329, 330.

Croke, Crook, John, Recorder of London, letters from, 191, 413.

Crompsters, 327.

Crompton :

Mr. Dr., 149, 235.

Thomas, letter from, 234.

Cromwell, Edward, Lord Cromwell (Crumwell), 147 (2), 231, 440.

letters from, 116, 335.

Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 147.

to be bearer of letters from Ireland, 298.

Cross, Richard, 430.

Crosse, Sir Robert, of the Nonpareil, 427.

Crowe West, in Surrey, 168.

Crown, the, services due to, at the coronation, 8.

arrangements for keeping money raised for, 58.

books concerning the succession to the, 202, 203.

officer for enrolling assurances made to, establishment of, 75.

Crown lands, sale of, 420.

Croydon (Croiden), letters dated at, 195, 262.

Cuffe, Henry, 134.

letters from, 137, 149, 155, 162, 236, 247, 254, 270, 289, 298, 312.

his brain-pan wonderfully shaken by martial importunity, 144.

an omission in a transcript by, 237.

his attachment to the Earl of Essex, 270.

Cuffe's (nephew), Irish chronicler, 211.

Culpeper, Dr., 393, 394.

Cumans, Counsellor, at Antwerp, 148. See also Comans and Coomans.

Cumberland, Earl of. See Clifford.

Cumberland, High Sheriff of, letter to 229.

Cummings, James, 346.

Customs and subsidies, a book in the referred to, 226.

Curates,” 44.

Curliewes, the, fortified, 265.

Currer, Walter, 397.

Customs, deceits practised, 189.

Customs on Wines, &c., 249, 250.

Cutts, Lady, 173.

Cycill. See Cecil.



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