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1902

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'Index: F', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 459-461. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111801 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Fairfax :

Sir Thomas, the elder, 242, 396.

Sir Thomas, the younger, 242.

Sir William, 242.

Falkland, convention at, 285.

Falmouth, alarm of a great fleet at, 223.

Falmouth Harbour, St. Mawes Castle in. See St. Mawes.

Fane :

George, letter from, 210.

Sir Thomas, Lieutenant of Dover Castle, letters from, 113, 119, 160, 164, 332 (2), 337, 348, 382.

— his name used for despatch of a packet, 210.

Fanshaw, Thomas, Queen's Remembrancer of the Exchequer, letter from, 226.

Farmer, the merchant, 368.

Farnskie, Geoge, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 34.

Farny, the country of, in Ulster, 20.

Faubauld, Alonso, letter from, 224.

Favour. John, Doctor of the Law, 396.

Fawewether, J., 419.

Fawkland, letter dated at, 222.

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

Feckenham Forest, Mastership of the game of, 373.

Felix, one of the Secretaries of the Archduke, 300.

Felton, Mr., of the county of Hereford, 379.

Fenner, Fennor :

Mr. Justice, 96.

Capt. George, a letter from, referred to, 249.

— letter to, 331.

— a naval stratagem suggested to, 332.

Fenton :

Sir Jeffrey or Geoffrey, 400.

— letter from, 58.

— letters from, referred to, 373, 375.

Henry, brother of Sir Geoffrey, 58.

William, son of Sir Geoffrey, 58.

Fenwick, 28.

Fenwick (Phenwick), Robert, of Newcastle, 437.

Ferdinando (Fardinando), Mr., of the Privy Chamber, 207, 410.

Ferne, John, Secretary of the Council of the North, 104, 209, 363.

letters from, 153, 157, 228, 257, 258.

letters signed by, 159, 164.

a scheme of, to seize certain Roman Catholics, 153.

precedenoy in the Commission of the Council, 257.

sent to explain matters concerning the Council, 242.

Fernes, 146, 330.

Ferrarin, —, at Paris, question of letters of credit from, 376.

Ferrers :

Sir Humphrey, knt., 114.

Thomas, time spent on the mission to Denmark, 335.

Ferris, Mr., merchant, of Gracious Street, London, 277, 278.

Ferrol, 135, 170, 315 (2).

ships at, easily to be spoiled, 95.

reports of troops and ships at, 109, 111, 170, 171.

the Adelantado at, 273.

Ferso. See Thurso.

Ferys, William, 440.

Finale, a port near Geneva, 380.

Finns (“Fynes”), the, overthrow of, 357.

Fitch, William (Father Bennet), a Capuchin friar, 287.

Fitton, Captain, 145, 331.

FitzGerald (Fitzgarret, Fitzgarrette, Gerald, Garrett) :

Captain E., letters from, 112, 132, 144.

Sir Edward, 147, 244, 312.

— letters from, 192, 254.

— lands of, 182.

— death of his father, 207.

— his suit recommended, 207.

— petition for certain lands, 254.

Elizabeth, daughter of the Earl of Desmond, 132.

George, father of Sir Edward, 192.

Gerald, late Earl of Desmond, his rebellion, referred to, 14.

Gerald (Garratt), 11th Earl of Kildare, 192, 244.

— Mabel wife of, 244.

Gerald, 14th Earl of Kildare (“fat Mr. Garrett”), 144, 162, 183, 330, 384.

— letter from, 207.

Henry, 12th Earl of Kildare, 192.

James, prisoner in the Tower, 418.

— letters from, 118, 233, 387, 409, 418.

William, 13th Earl of Kildare, 146 (2), 192, 207.

— governor of Offaly, 148.

— death by shipwreck on his passage to Ireland, 135, 144, 162, 276.

Fitzherbert, —, an Englishman in Spain, pensioned, 170, 171.

Fitzimons, a popish priest in Ireland, 375.

FitzJames, Thomas, of the Decies, 365, 366.

FitzJohn, Morish, 121.

Fitzpierce, Fitzpiers, James, 268, 330.

loyal services in Ireland, 414, 415.

FitzThomas :

James, Earl of Desmond, “The Desmond,” 15, 279, 230.

— correspondence with the King of Spain, 121.

— a letter from, to the King of Spain. found in the streets, 260.

— sister of, 14.

John, 279.

Morris. meant by the rebels to be Earl of Kildare, 384.

FitzWilliam, —, deceased, writings relating to Ireland, left by, 228.

Henry, letter from, 2, 255.

William, letters from, 78, 182, 228.

Sir William, relations with Tyrone, 404.

Flears, Anthony, disorderly christening of his children, 64.

Fleetwood, Fletewoode :

Mr., an officer of the Court of Wards, 197.

W., letter from, 408.

Fleming, John, from Fowey, master mariner, offence committed by, 326, 409.

Flemings, the oppression of, by the Adelantado, 132.

the fleet of, 113, 223, 224, 296.

— at Plymouth, 230.

— at Dover, 231.

— take and spoil the Canaries, 273.

— followed by the Adelantado, 328.

— the Admiral of the, to be called in aid, to attack Spanish galleys, 331.

Flemings, letter dated at, 343.

Flemish :

letter to the Queen referred to, 287, 288.

shipping, stay of, by the King of Spain, 201.

Flemminge, Captain, 145, 331.

Fletcher :

—, escaped from the Marshalsea, 9.

Mr. Dr., 6, 367.

Fleurs de Luce, an inn in Canterbury, 84, 85.

Flodden field, the losses of armour and munition on, 309.

Florence, Duke of, danger of oppression of English merchants by, 102.

niece of, marriage of, 380.

Florentine gentleman, passport desired for a, 79.

Flower, Captain, 146.

Floyde, —, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Fludd, Floid :

Captain Ellis, 145, 331.

Captain Walter, 146.

Flushing (Vlissingen), 67, 163, 188.

letters dated at, 13, 38, 40, 42, 56, 60, 382.

effect of treaty of peace on, the government of, 142.

letter from, mentioned, 243.

English troops at, 23, 36, 38, 40.

Lieutenant-Governor of, letter to, 212.

Rammekins, the fort at, 60.

a suspected attempt upon, 212.

soldiers from garrison of, recalled for defence of England, 256, 289.

Flynt, Flynte :

Humphrey, letters from, 32, 270.

Mr., lay brother at Rome, 200.

Folliatt, Captain, 145, 331.

wounded, 213.

Fontainebleau, 6.

Formbie, river of, vessels in, 86.

Forster, one, servant to Sir Richard Leveson, Admiral of the Narrow Seas, 417.

Fortescu, Fortescue, Fortyscue :

Captain, 146, 330.

Sir John, Treasurer of the Exchequer, 55, 76, 83, 93, 126, 139, 215, 216, 220, 240, 411, 424, 436.

— letters from, 223, 314.

— holding the Chancellorship of the Duchy, during the vacancy, 246.

— defends himself against a slanderous report, 314.

Sir Thomas, refuses the Wards, 173.

William son of Sir John, 314.

Foskewe, Sir John, steward and house of, 187.

Foster :

Mr., 256.

Mr. of Crowe West, in Surrey, 168.

Fotheringay, 228.

the office of, 78.

manor of, 182.

Foules, Foulis :

sent to England by the King of Scotland, 1.

David, King James's perception of the ill-service of, 135.

W., 54.

Foulkes, Fowlkes :

Mr., 212.

Mr., and Sir Gilly Merriok, 157, 158.

George, of Staffordshire, examination of, 417.

Thomas, of Fleet Street, tailor, examination of, 417.

William, 434.

Foulls, Mr., 257.

Fowey, Fowy, Fowye, 320.

bark sent from, for espial, 307.

letters dated at, 326, 327, 409.

a bark bound for Ireland, with arms, papistical books, &c., 326 (2).

Fowke, Henry, letter from, 232.

Fowkes, Thomas, a great conveyor of gentlemen's sons beyond seas, 416.

Fowler, Thomas, justice of Westminster, 15.

Fowtrell, John, Mayor of Rye, letter from, 315.

Fox :

Francis, letter from, 7.

Mr., 232.

Ralph, letter from, 32.

Foxcroft :

Edward, letter signed by, 369.

Mr., vicar of St Cuthbert's, of Bedford, 48.

France or French :

Ambassador from, tumult in connexion with servants of, measures of punishment, &c., 191.

— Colville's interview with, 252.

— visit to the Queen, 302.

— takes up the cause of the merchants of Marseilles, 334.

Ambassador or Agent to, necessity of sending an English, 5.

— named, 75, 124.

bark at Rye, master of, arrested, &c., 315.

Chamber of Accounts in, 98.

Edict in favour of the Religion (Edict of Nantes), 6, 82, 98, 123.

expected quarrel with Savoy, 380.

export of corn to, 82, 93.

horses from Scotland transported to, 382.

imports of foreign manufactures into, proposal to restrain, 4.

Irish scholars go to, to pursue their studies, 210.

Henry IV., king of, 5.

— plot to assassinate, 6.

— contracts of, referred to, in connexion with the English forces serving under, 72.

— his real feeling with regard to the Queen's treating of peace with Spain, 82.

— and the Edict of Nantes, 98.

— his attitude towards the Protestants, 123.

— departure from Paris, 160.

— letter from, 190.

— measures to prevent aid to armed vessels making depredations at sea, 190.

— an English Capuchin friar sent to give the king's mistress comfortat her death, 287.

— always hastes to communicate intelligence to the Queen, 295.

— marriage of, 380.

— horses and dogs for presentation to, 382.

merchants of, complaints of, against England, examined, 5.

losses inflicted on merchants of Chester, 424.

mission from, to report on the rumoured King of Portugal, 290, 291.

people characterised, 381.

persons stopped going to, 417.

ports of, armed ships making depredations on merchant ships, &c., forbidden to enter, 190.

press à conquelaine in, 98.

support expected by the King of Scots from, 309.

Scottish soldier of the King's Guards, 382.

ships with letters, &c., for Tyrone, captured, 182.

— carrying Spanish goods, with the pass of the Governor of Calais, the question of stopping them, 403.

— capture an English ship, 437.

soldiers arrived at Venice, 381.

Franchotto, an Italian merchant in London, 160.

Francis, “the fool,” accompanying Sir R. Cecil's children, 126.

Francis, Frauncis :

Edward, 161.

John, the post of Chester, 73.

— letters from, 377, 385, 400.

John, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Frankes, Charles, letter from, 267.

Frankfort, letter dated at, 243.

Freake, Thomas, 176.

Frederico, Señor, 206.

Frekleton, Captain, 147.

Frenchifying of the States of Holland, 299, 300.

Frenchmen :

of Bordeaux, examined at Rye, 287.

from Rochelle, come to Plymouth, 118.

Friar, —, 426.

Friedburg, near Frankfort, assembly of ambassadors from the Protestant Princes at, 242.

Frissell, Robert, lord of Everton, a Scottish pledge, 77, 107.

— letter signed by, 429.

Frobisher (Farbisher), Sir Martyn, 165.

Fubrooke, letter dated at, 9.

Fulford, 104.

Fulnetby, John, of Clare Hall, letter signed by, 419.

Furtado, Pedro, an enemy to the State, 367.

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

Fynyng, Mr., 401.

Fytes. John, of Tavistock, slays his opponent in a quarrel, 193.



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