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'Index: D', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 454-457. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111799 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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Dacres, Dakers :

Anne Lady, letter from, 251.

— her husband, at Warnell, 251.

Mrs. Elizabeth, letter to, 251.

France, hope of apprehending, 74.

Lord Francis, intermediary between K. James and the English Catholics, his character, &c., 309.

Dacre's house, described, 360, 361.

Dale :

Capt., 330.

Mr., 51.

Sir Thomas, letter from, 127.

Dalkeith, letter dated at, 375.

Dallabour, George, daughter of, 412.

Dalston, John, 397.

Dalton in Furness, 33.

Damett, Thomas, of Great Yarmouth, 319.

Dangynychouse, 121.

Daniell, —, 312.

John, letter from, 436.

Dankair, Jacob, servant to late Lord Westmorland, 238.

Danzig (Dansicke), English merchant ships at, employed against Duke Charles, 227.

Danubium, the, 219.

Danvers, John, letter from, 70. See also Davers.

Danyell, Johh, letters from, 404, 411.

Darcy, Darcie :

Edward, 413.

— letter to, 248.

Sir Francis, Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 146, 147, 177, 330, 439.

Francis, justice of Westminster, 15.

John Lord, 396.

Mr., 88, 286, 425.

Nicholas, letter from, 79.

Darell, Darrell, Marmaduke, 110, 155, 410.

letter from, 141.

Darinlair, commanding the River of Shower, 267.

Dartford, 288, 336, 383, 349.

Dartmouth, 7.

an Englishman of, arrested by the Mayor of Rochelle, 151.

suspected person landing at, 252.

defence of, 274.

Darwin, land at, 133.

Dauziudo, Jasper, 7.

Daventry, 97, 113, 120.

Davers, Danvers :

Sir Charles, letter to, 70.

— letters from, 197, 245.

— a request to burn his letters, 247.

Sir Henry or Harry, 68, 145, 147, 166, 331.

— at Bristol, for embarkation, 96.

— letter from, 111.

— wounded, 213, 245.

Davey, Davye :

John, letter from, 38.

Nicholas, letter from, 32.

Davidson (Davyson), Dandy, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Davies, Davis :

Sir H., 146.

Sir John 340, 439.

Captain J., letters from, 145, 159.

Captain Robert, letters from, 86, 94.

Daweson, David, letter signed by, 429.

Dawtrey, Captain N., letter from, 338.

Day :

Mr., a question about printing, 373.

John, of Elsfield, 168.

Deacon, one, servant to Richard Hawkins, prisoner in Spain, despatched with letters, 325.

Deane :

a seminary, 87.

Nicholas, 397.

Decies, barony of, 365, 366.

Decon, Philip, come from Conquet, 329.

Deer, 303, 393, 426 (2).

De la Hay, Paul, letter from, his father-in-law's debts, quarrels among his relations, &c., 206.

Delvin, Lord of, 146.

Demi-lance, provision of, charged upon persons, 190.

Demy, letter dated at, 410.

Denbigh, in Wales, 417.

Justices of the Peace of, letter from, 405.

a Denbigh matter, 179.

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

Denmark, or King of Denmark :

the drafting of the despatch for, 76, 88, 89.

ambassador from, 89, 95.

to be invoked in aid by Hamburghers, 95.

said to supply Tyrone with powder, 121.

rumours concerning, 168.

expectation of forces from, in aid of Scotland, 227, 309.

rumour of aid given to the Spaniards by, 282.

mission to, 335, 416.

loss inflicted by, on men of Hull, 349.

Denny (Denney, Dennye), Sir Edward, 146, 147, 390.

letters from, 63, 194.

Denver, Richard, 350.

Denys :

brother of the Marchioness of Winchester, 197.

Sir Thomas, 274.

Depredations, the Commissioners for matters of, 335.

Derby :

co. of, Babyngton's lands in, 175.

Earl of. See Stanley.

Lady, or Countess of (“My Lady”), niece of Lord Burghley, 173.

— intercedes for a man condemned to be hanged, 51.

— state of her health, 235, 236.

— the symptoms of her illness, &c., 245, 426.

— question as to the lease of Russell House, 358, 359, 360.

the house of, care taken to prevent the overthrow of, 405.

Derffilde, Henry, imprisoned at Seville, 108. See also Duffield.

Derrick, Partick, High Constable of Westminster, 15.

Desdiguières (Diguieras), Monsieur, 6.

son-in-low of, 300.

Desmond :

Earl of, 268.

— warrant from, 15. See also Fitz Gerald and Fitz Thomas

Mr., 387.

Desmond's country, fight in the, 213.

Dethecke, Henry, Chamberlain to the Bishop of Carlisle, 397.

Deverell, 168.

Devereux, Deverox :

Captain, 32.

Sir George, letter from, his debts, &c., 52.

Nicholas, an Irishman from Lisbon, 16.

Walter, Earl of Essex, Governor of Ireland, 19.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, letters from, 4, 9, 120, 125, 177, 221, 231, 287, 437.

letters to, passim.

Master of the Horse, 114.

office of the Ordnance, 161, 340.

Chancellor of Cambridge University, 199.

arbitrator of a dispute, 8.

court intrigues connected with, 32.

suspicion of a plot against, 34, 45.

personal attachment expressed for, 43, 44.

a book presented to, for perusal during his campaign, 57.

signs a letter from the council, 90.

a meeting at the house of, on the subject of Ireland, 93.

petitions let sleep pending his departure, 119.

unjust criticism of his proceedings, 125.

the limited amount of his correspondence, 162.

consent necessary, for sale of Grafton, 198.

commitment by warrant from, 208.

Scottish King's attitude towards, 230.

letter from, referred to, 254.

correspondence with Lady Warwick, 298.

characterised 302.

complots against, in Scotland, supposed obstacle to King's succession, 307, 308.

results of his absence from England, 342.

condition of his private estate, 361.

places at York House in the charge of Sir T. Egerton, proceedings, &c., 362, 372, 373, 375 (2).

state of his health, 361, 375, 410, 412, 413.

interview with Sir R. Cecil, 367.

his interview with Tyrone, how overheard, 384.

his government of Ireland criticised, 385.

Irish information in vain offered to, 385.

jest about his making of knights in Ireland, 385.

pension granted by, in Ireland, 387, 389.

question of his return to Ireland, 392.

the news of his restraint, a publication of the causes suggested, &c., 385, 392.

“Essex or none”; the cry in Ireland, 393.

Francis Bacon's relations with, and attitude towards, 405–407.

relations with the co. of Hereford, 420.

debts and creditors of, 425.

his sister's desire to visit him, 428.

partisans of, 438.

as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and commander of the army for the suppression of Tyrone's rebellion, 3, 6, 8, 9.

his view of the task before him, 4.

reasons for undertaking it, 10.

volunteers for service under, 6, 70, 77, 88, 118, 434.

his commission of lieutenancy, 73, 74, 90.

formal prayers for his success, 41.

putting his foot in the stirrup for Ireland, 120.

voyage to Ireland, described, 134.

circumstances of his arrival in Dublin, &c., 134, 144.

his single correspondent in England, 155.

his journey into Munster, 157, 161, 162.

copy of his journal, &c., 177.

his plans for the campaign, 185.

a bearer of letters to Her Majesty from, 192.

a despatch from alluded to, 188.

movements, progress of the campaign, &c., 194, 267, 272, 263 (2), 289, 294, 312.

state of health, 212.

appointment of the Earl of Southampton by, 246, 341.

his services in Ireland, recounted, 267.

number of persons at his table, cost of daily living, &c., 271.

the journey to the North, 301, 330, 339, 343.

scorns received from England, 343.

articles for a cessation of arms, 348.

departure from Ireland, 358.

“ancient to,” 27.

coach horses of, 30.

household chaplain to, 69.

Master of the Horse of, 439, 440.

preacher to, 410.

possessions in Ireland, 20.

his son Roben, 286.

Devon, the coinage or tin in, 193, 220.

levies of soldiers in, 437.

mariners pressed in, 271.

training of the forces of, 206.

Dewhurst, Bernard, executors of, 425.

Dexter, —, escape of 214.

Dias, Gasper. Spanish prisoner at Plymouth, 349, 350, 362, 366.

reason of his commitment, 355.

to be employed to obtain information, 366, 367.

Dieppe, 160.

an English inn-keeper from, 127.

governor of, 51, 368.

— licence to transport, requested for, 151.

letter dated at, 51.

Spaniards at, 113.

the usual route to Rye, 127.

Digby (Dygbye), Lady, 439.

Digge, Captain, 146.

Dillon :

Caption Garrett, 146.

Henry, letter to, 210.

James, letter from, 117.

Sir, 146.

Sir Theobald, an Irish knight, 289.

— letter from, distress of his kinsmen and tenants, 401.

Dingle (Dingell), in Munster, 280, 386.

Dirlton, 353.

Discours sur le Retour de see Altezes à Gennes, &c., a pamphlet published at Brussels, 244.

Dixon, Robert, 397.

Dobbinson, Ralph, deputy bailiff of the City of Westminster, 15, 437.

letter from, 48.

Doctors' Commons, letter dated at, 107.

Docwra (Dockerey, Docwray, Dockwra), Sir Henry, 21, 22, 36, 40, 65, 145, 147, 330.

letters from, 3, 22, 38, 41, 56, 59, 240.

arrival at Dublin, 93.

quarrel with Sir F. Vere, 363.

Dodington, Captain, 323.

Doetinchem (Deuticum), 62.

Dog days” mentioned, 181.

Dogs, 9.

Done, Mr., 53.

Donnyngton, Captain 7.

Dorchester, 391.

Dormer, Sir Robert, letter from, 332.

letter to, 333.

son-in-law of, 332.

Dorrell, Marmaduke, purveyor to the army and navy, 24, 88, 175, 196, 197, 257, 303.

Dorsetshire, the ignorant justices in. their dismayed looks and speeches, &c., 337.

Douay, 84 (2), 85, 86, 87.

College of, students of, 321, 383.

Douglas :

Archibald, letters to, 135, 136, 139, 226, 306, 310, 336, 374, 384.

— letter from, 149.

— intention to give him a commission as ambassador resident, 136.

— familiarity with John Colvill, a cause of offence, 285, 310, 369, 374.

— relations with his nephew Richard, 351, 352.

— his enemies and friends, 369, 374.

George, of Parthed 353.

James, Laird of Spot, visit to the Court, 386.

Lord, letter to, 123.

Richard, letters from, 136, 284, 310, 351, 369, 374.

— defence of his conduct as regards his uncle Archibald, 284, 370.

Thomas, 284.

— brother of Richard, a letter from, referred to, 354, 369, 374.

William, letter to, 351.

Dover, 231.

or Dover Castle, letters dated at, 60, 114, 119, 160, 165, 211, 219, 332 (2), 337, 348, 383.

an English priest arrested on landing at, 210.

Mayor of, brings up Jasper Swifte, 383.

passage from, to Calais, 71.

Lieutenant of, letter from, 113.

Dowdall :

Sir J., 146.

James, an Irishman, a Catholic, imprisoned for a year awaiting trial, 206.

Downhall, William, letter to, 290.

Dowse, Thomas, latter from, 212.

Doyley (Doylly, Doylye), Dr., 129, 130, 179.

Drake :

John, 274.

Sir Francis, 24, 431.

Drawlatch,” a, 203.

Drayton, letters dated at, 30, 79, 82.

Drogheda (Drodagh), 373.

Drowell, Sir Humphrey, 130.

Drury, Drurye, Dreury :

Capt., 165.

Sir Drew, deputy to, 131.

Sir Robert, 145, 147, 331.

— report of death of, 208.

Sir William, in Munster, 26.

Dryden, Erasmus, letter from, 48.

Dublin, Archbishop of, 418.

Dublin, Cathedral Church in, ceremony of Essex taking over the sway of Ireland in, 134.

ceremonies on St. George's Day in, 141.

or Dublin Castle, letters dated at, 7, 58, 134, 135, 137, 145, 149 (2), 155, 157, 160, 161, 232, (2), 233, 235, 237, 241, 243, 244, 247, 254, 263, 270, 271, 272, (2), 290, 294, 298, 301, 312, 365, 376, 393, 418.

— the company of foot at, 330.

the Council in, reprimanded for not reporting the progress of events, 187.

money required “about the affairs” in, 228.

Sheriff of, 232.

stores of victuals in, 222, 316.

troops sent to, 113.

warrant dated at, 355.

certain inhabitants of, 440.

Duckett :

Fra, letter from, 186.

— his wife's dangerous course touching religion, 187.

Sir Hoell, 181.

Dudley :

Sir A., 181.

the priest, lately escaped from the Marshalsea, 187.

Robert, Earl of Leicester, a book made against, 202, 203.

— number of messengers allowed to, as general, in 1588, 289.

Duffel, 154.

Duffil, —, Englishman at Bayonne, 193.

Duffield, Duffild (see also Derffilde) :

Henry, letter from, 140.

Capt., his proceedings and adventures in Spain, 170, 171.

— the cause between him and the merchants of Marseilles, 296, 334.

Duke, the,” sent ambassador to France, by K. James, of Scotland, 309.

Dun, Daniel letter from, 334.

Dunboyne, Donboyne, lease of parsonage of, 241, 248.

Dundalk, 147 (2), 231.

victualling magazine in, 316.

Dundee, 156.

Dungannon, 101.

Dungarvan (Dongarvan), 366.

Dunkellie, Lord, 175.

Dunkellin (Dunkelin) Lord of, Colonel of foot in Ireland, 146, 147.

Dunkirk, 155, 205, 259, 297.

governor of, a prisoner, illtreatment of, 83, 159.

great preparations at, 123.

works at, 206.

number of soldiers in, &c., 284.

an agent sent to, 345.

warships belonging to, (“Dunkirkers”), reports as to their movements, depredations, &c., 88, 110, 120, 164, 217, 222.

Dunsany, Lord of, 19, 146.

letters from, 85, 109, 183.

Duport, Dr. John, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge, letter from, 185.

Warden of Jesus College, Cambridge, 395.

Durango, Martin de, letter to, 313.

Durante, Denis, 262.

Durham :

letter dated at, 234.

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

Bishop of, and the question of ships striking sail at Tynemouth Castle, 119.

— High Commissioner for the Province of York, 396.

Dean of, 396.

Sheriff of the county of, 396.

Durham House, letter dated at, 186.

Dutch :

ambassadors, their demeanour, &c., 438.

corn, 103.

fleet on the coast of Spain, 296.

men-of-war to intercept Spanish ships, 113, 114.

ships, conveying corn, 83.

Dutches, the matter of the, 356.

Dutchman going to Lisbon, offering to do service there, 345.

Dutchmen, inhabitants of Colchester, 200.

Dutton, John, of Vinero, a prisoner in England, 170.

Dwally (Dowalla), Ireland, 131, 132.

Dychelee, letters dated at, 196, 303.

Dyer (Dire), Sir Edward, 55.

Dymoke, Sir Edward, letter from, 299.

Dyne, Thomas, letter from, 47.



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