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1902

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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 457-459. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111800 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Earls, the two, dispute with Sir Robert Cecil, 54.

Easterlings, recourse of the, to the Islands of Scotland, 217.

Ecclesiastical Commission, the, in the Northern parts, 317.

Edict in favour of the Religion (Edict of Nantes), 98.

Edinburgh, 66.

letter dated at, 306.

the Cannongate in, 346.

Edmond, Wr. Mr., 330.

Edmondes (Edmunds), Thomas, English Resident at Paris, 71, 368.

a despatch of, referred to, 25.

letters from, 4, 6, 24, 254.

arrival at Calais, 124.

Edmonds :

Captain Pierce, in Ireland, 147.

Colonel, a letter from, to the King of Scots, mentioned, 319.

Edmund, Mr., 52.

Edward VI., King, a rumour concerning, 168.

Egerton :

Captain Charles, 145, 331.

Sir Thomas, Lord Keeper, 8, 231, 396, 424.

— attendance at or absence from Court, 12, 26, 27.

— letters from, 12, 14, 22, 25 (2), 26, 27, 84, 87, 119, 143, 191, 249, 294, 346, (2), 349, 350, 361, 362, 367, 368, 370, 372, 373, 375, (2), 386, 387, 410, 412, 413, 414.

— a meeting at the house of, about the sales, 93.

— his state of health, 119, 372, 412, 413, 414.

— allusion to his wife, 120.

— his house for councils of peace, 294.

— his wife's father's sickness, 346.

— his son that lives, clerkship for, 349, 350.

— charge of the Earl of Essex, and proceedings connected therewith, 362, 367, 368, 369, 372, 375.

— sentiments towards Sir R. Cecil, 368.

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

— excluded from nomination in the choice of knights, 439.

Sir Thomas, the younger, embarked for Ireland, 113.

— passage to Ireland, 141.

— importunes to stay in Ireland, 298.

— death of, 346, 349, 350.

— funeral of, mentioned, 393.

Egremont, M., Governor of Bayonne, 306.

Eldred, John, letter signed by, 103.

Elector Palatine, the, Ambassadors from, at Frankfort, 242.

Eliot, Captain, in the Spanish service, 297.

Elizabeth Queen of England. See Queen.

Ellis, Father, Jesuit at Rome, 200.

Ellys, William, Mayor of Bristol, 96.

letters from, 139, 325.

Elloit, William, letter signed by, 429.

Ellyott :

Lieutenant, desirous of serving under the Earl of Essex, 77.

Robert, letters from, 425 (2).

Elmer, Sir Garret, 146.

Elphinstone, Elphinston, Elphinstoun :

Master of, made Lord Treasurer of Scotland, 138.

Sir George, 310, 369, 370, 374.

S., of Blythwod, letter from, 306.

— father and brother of, referred to, 306.

Elsfield near Oxford, vicar of, 168.

Elvaston, letters dated at, 318, 324.

Elwood :

William, of Clyntwod, a boy of 12, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

William, of Hardiskarr or Harderscarr, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Ely House, letter dated at, 90.

Ely Palace [Place?], letter dated at, 346.

Emden, 183.

agreement between the Earl and his subjects at, expected, 357.

Emmerich, besieged, 81.

Emperor, the appoints a meeting to consider Spanish outrages, 21.

publishing a degree against the Spaniards, 62.

peace made with the Turk, 123.

endeavours to have the German army withdrawn, 356.

Empire, the, deputies of, at the Hague, 243.

danger of a civil war in, 356.

Enfield (Endvill), 79.

letter dated at, 131.

Enfield House, the airing of, 118.

England, the Kingdom of, put to sale three times, 202.

defects in defensive policy of, 338.

Secular priests and Jesuits in, 203.

Shires of, a description of, 433.

Engleby, Sir W., 181.

Englefeild, Sir Fra., 181.

Enkhuizen (Enckhousen) in North Holland, suggested as a cautionary town, 381.

Enniscorthy, 146, 263, 330.

Enniskillen, Castle of, winning of, 424.

Ennis Owtun, Sir John O'Doherty's country, 99.

Entraghes (Dantragues), Demoiselle d', 247, 381.

Erasmus, Mr., lay brother at Rome, 200.

Erdes, Rich., 234.

Erington, Captain 147.

Ersfeld, Ant., Surveyor of Ordnance in Ireland, 147.

Erskyn, Sir Thomas, 430.

Escheator's doings, 201.

Escridge,” timber at, desired to be preserved, 128.

Esichium, Esiche, Eberhardt or Elperte, an ambassador from Hamburgh, and his son, 164.

letter signed by, 182.

Esinden, Sir R. Cecil's farmer at, 399.

Esk the river, in Yorkshire, 153.

Esmond, Captain 145, 331.

Espernon, Mons. d', reconciled to the King of France, 99.

Essex, co. of, levies in, for Ireland, 89.

levies in, against the Spanish attack, 284.

composition service in, 396.

Essex :

Earl of. See Devereux.

Frances, Countess of, letters from, 166, 286, 411.

— with child, 286.

— access to her husband, 411.

Estella, Estellia, in Navarre, plague in, 172.

Eu, in France, 155.

Eure, Ralph Lord, 396.

letters from, 119, 159.

as member of the Council of the North, 258.

Eustace, Capt., 330.

Evelyn, Robt., 425.

Everton, Lord of, 17.

Ewbancke, Henry, 397.

Exchequer, H.M., financial transactions, 233.

payments form, stopped in view of the Spanish alarm, 253.

a book of rates of customs and subsidies in, referred to, 226.

money from Paris for, 376, 379.

Queen's Remembrancer of the, 226.

Exeter, 152, 182, 234.

annuity paid by, 38.

the Mayor of, letter from, 38.

letters dated at, 38, 134.

Exton, letter dated at, 21.

Eynesby, Thomas, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

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



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