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'Index: H, I', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 462-468. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111803 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Haarlem, siege of, 25.

Hackluty, Mr., 397.

Haddham, letter dated at, 393.

Haddon, Jonh, 399.

Hadsor, Richard, letter from, 19.

Hague, The, letters dated at, 3, 4, 21, 22, 23, 62, 65 (2), 70, 82, 357.

deputies at, 243.

Scottish regiment at, the preacher to, 319.

Hainault, (Hanno, Anolte) :

States of, a scene at a sitting of, 243.

Count, visit to England of, his character. &c., 194, 198.

Hakon, Mr., of Norfolk, wardship of the son of, 52.

Hale, Peter, 33.

Hales :

Captain, 147.

Ch., letter from, 241.

— letters signed by, 159, 164.

Halgh :

Gertrude, widow of John, 355.

John, wardship of son of, 355.

Halifax, 72.

Hall :

Raph (Ralph), a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Willima, a Scottish pledge 17, 107, 429.

Hamburgh (Hamborow), Ambassador from, 164.

Commissioners of, letter from, 182.

flyboats of, stopped, 403.

Portuguese factors in, 95.

ships with suspected Spanish goods, seized as prize, 95.

Hamersley, Hugh, letter signed by, 103.

Hamilton, Lord, 55.

created Marquis, 138.

Hampton, the galleys of, 391.

Hampton Court Gardens, referred to, 91.

Hamptoune,” the congregation of Strangers at, 238.

Hanbury Park, the Queen's horses at, 114.

area of, 115.

Haneiges” of wheat, 132.

Hanger, George, letter from, 116.

Hanno, at Carthage, 10.

Hansard, Captain, Lieutenant of the Ordnance in Ireland, 147.

Harbert, Harbarte :

Alderman, of York, 395.

Christopher, son of a recusant, 209, 395.

Harborn, Wm., letter from, 57.

Harcourt, Captain, 57.

Hardiskarr, Harderscarr, 17, 107.

Hardware, H., Mayor of Chester, letters from, 415, 419.

Hare, one, a new building erected by, 109.

concerned in a dispute, 413.

Harmor, George, letter from, 363.

Haro, the Auditor Hernando de, 313.

Harrington, Haryngton :

Sir Henry, the loss of soldiers under, 385.

Sir John, 209.

— letter from, 295.

Harris, Harrys, Haryes :

Chr., letter from, 271.

Father, Jesuit at Rome, 200.

M., instructions for his mission to Scotland 54.

Master, Vice-Admiral of Devon, 280.

Mr., 427.

William, letter from, 283.

Harrison, Harryson :

confronted with Swifte, 95.

Captain, 145, 331.

George, attempt of, to serve a writ, 198.

Mr., bearer of letters from Ireland, 247.

Mr., lay brother at Rome, 200.

Thomas letters from, 60, 76, 83, 84, 86, 87 (2).

— his services and adventures, etc., 61.

— offer of services as a foreign spy, 76, 77, 83, 84.

Harry, Jo. Wm., 206, 207.

Hart, Sir John, 425.

letters from, 367, 373.

Hartford Bridge or Brig, 152, 182, 234.

Harvey (Harvy, Hervey, Hervy) :

Sir Gerald, Gerard or Jerratt, 44, 146.

— company of, 13.

— desires to follow Essex to Ireland, 27.

— letter from, 30.

Sir William, 312.

Harwood, John, a scrivener, 260.

Hastings :

Sir Edward, 44.

— letters from, 30, 51, 53.

Sir Francis, letters from, 43, 51, 207.

— wardship of his wife's son, 207.

Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, Lord President of the North, 321, 398, 399.

George, Earl of Huntingdon, 165.

Hatchments, ceremonies connected with, referred to, 194.

Hatfield Wood, illegal hunting in, 9.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, “the late Lord Chancellor,” his heir, the Queen's ward, at Cambridge, his necessities, &c., 178.

Hatton House, letter dated at, 95.

Hauard. John, letter from, 183.

Haulbowline Island in Cork Harbour, 121.

Havana, plan for attack of, 318.

Havre and Southampton, 127. See also Newhaven.

Havring Park, horses in, 338.

Hawett, William, letter signed by, 103.

Hawkins, Richard, a prisoner in Spain, one of his men, 93.

letter from, 150.

a messenger with letters from, 325, 329, 330.

Hawks and Hawking, 270, 343.

Hayes, Nicholas, examination of, 321.

Hayles, Charles, of the Council of York, 396.

Haynes, Captain, 57.

Hayning, Andrew, letter signed by, 103.

Hays, Captain, Commissary of the Musters in Ireland, 148.

Heall, Thomas, house of, eight miles from Plymouth, 349.

Heath, Captain, 145, 331.

Hebburn, 239.

Heckford (Hecford), Thomas, of Colchester, letters signed by, 200, 396.

Heele, Mr. Serjeant, 425.

Heigham, Sir John, letter from, 346.

Helme :

Hugh, a youth arrested on landing at Dover, 210.

— examination of, his travels, &c., 211.

William, husbandman, of Preston, 211.

Henbury, Thomas, of Denbigh, 179.

Hendersone, Richard, 353.

Heneage, Henage :

Sir Thomas, 191.

William, letter from, 302.

Henry IV., King of France. See France.

Herbert, Harbert :

Dr., 198.

Sir Edward, 118, 146, 232.

— lands purchased from, 224.

Henry, Earl of Pembroke, Lord Lieutenant of Wales, 313.

— letters from, 21, 351, 400, 415.

— dangerous illness, 142, 358.

— the Queen sends her physician to attend him, 351.

J. or Mr., 151, 195, 340.

— letter from, 334.

W. Lord, letters from, 350, 358. See also Harbert.

Hereford, co. of, the Feodary of, 205.

recusants in, alleged illegal proceedings connected with, 379.

groaning under levy of soldiers for Lord Essex, 420.

Hereis, Doctor, 353.

Herinsham in Wiltshire, 168.

Heron, Edward, letter from, 253.

Herst, Godfrey, letter from, 177.

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

Provost Martial for, 288.

Hesketh, Thomas, Attorney of the Court of Wards, a Member of the Council of the North, 104, 212, 258, 363, 396, 397.

letter from, 271.

Hesse, the quarter of, in the German army, slaughter of men and officers, 356.

Heusden, 169, 198.

Hexham, 106.

Heydon, Sir Christopher, letter from, 24.

brother of, 24.

Hicks, Hickes :

Michael, 387.

Mr., letter from, 426.

Mrs., 138.

Higgins, Anthony, 397.

Highgate, letters dated at, 162, 167, 275 (2).

Hill (Hyll), James, Ambassador of Sweden letters from, 175, 176.

as General, letter from, progress of the campaign, 357.

a younger brother of, 176.

Hillyard (Hilliard, Hildyard, Hilyeard, Hylyard) :

Sir Christopher, 165, 242, 396.

— letters from, 141, 164.

Joshua, letter from, 28.

Nicholas, letters from, 191, 436.

William, Recorder of York, 396.

— letter from, 386.

Hilton :

Andrew, arrested, 12.

Sir Thomas, 189.

Hiron, Robert, letter signed by, 369.

History of the World, in Italian, in four volumes, mentioned, 57.

Hoby, Hobby :

Sir Edward, his services for an office, &c., 181.

— letters from, 181, 321, 419.

— and the Secretaryship of the Council of the North, 228.

Margaret Lady, letter from, 180.

Sir Thomas Posthumus, 242, 396.

— letters from, 68, 149, 390.

— wife's parents referred to, 149.

Hodshon, Mr., at Hebburn, 239.

Hogue (Hoggh, Hogges), Bay of, Spanish galleys in, instructions for attack of, 331.

the effect of certain winds on ships in, 335.

Hohenlo (Hohenloo), Count of, 170, 356.

Holderness, Dunkirkers off the coast of, attempt to land, &c., 141, 164.

Holland, Admiral of, and ships, join the English fleet, watching for the Spaniards, 327.

Ambassador of, letter to, 183.

corn exported to, 189.

galleys building in, 404.

fleet or men-of-war of (Hollanders), 243, 297.

— attack on the Canary Islands, 247, 301.

— King's ships lying in wait for, 403.

— take Hamburgh flyboats, 403, 404.

— wax very “proud,” their great advantage, 404.

peace rumours, 299, 300.

sentiments in, with regard to the French and peace with Spain, 381.

trading with, 124.

Holland and Zeeland, merchants of, late agent, for, 24.

Holland, Richard, of Lancashire, 69, 397.

Holmden, Homden, Edward, letters from, 103, 277.

Holt, a Jesuit, apprehension of, 86.

Holt Castle, letter dated at, 13.

Holwall, letter dated at, 207.

Holyhead, 135, 141, 377, 385.

Home, Sir George, the malice of, 374.

Hompton, 164.

Hone, Mr. Dr., 334.

Honiman, Honyman :

Mr., letters sent by means of, 296.

Thomas, letter from, 95.

Honiton, (Hunyton), 152, 182, 234.

Honning, Mr., Receiver of Norfolk, 131.

Hoole, Christopher, messenger to Ireland, 415.

Hooper :

the farrier at Cowford Park, 115.

Sir Harry Wallop's man, 232.

Henry, letter from, 212.

Mr., from Salisbury, 378.

Hopkins, Mr., preacher to Lord Essex, 410.

Hopper, Richard, 430, 440.

Hopton, letter dated at, 8.

Hopwood, Edmund, 397.

Hore, Philip, 430, 440.

Hornden-of-the-Hill, letter dated, at, 290.

Horses, 382, 387.

belonging to the Queen, 114, 115.

for the campaign in Ireland, 125.

licence to transport from England, requested, 151.

the “little Turk” owned by Cecil, 130.

a little Barbary mare, 232.

Horsley, my Lord Treasurer's at, 246.

Horsy, Sir Rafe, 291.

Horwich, letter dated at, 176.

Hospital, a, 367.

Hotham, John, 397.

Hough, Lord of, house of, near Dublin, 134.

Houghton :

Richard, Sheriff of Lancashire, 69.

Roger, letter from, 129.

Hounslow (Honslow), 111.

Household, Comptroller of the, dispute with Sir Robert Cecil, 54.

messenger of the Chamber, 68.

Howard :

Charles, Earl of Nottingham, Lord Admiral and Lord General, 178, 315, 424.

— letters from, 91, 194, 249, 288, 289, 311, 317, 318, 338, 347.

— letters to, 204, 217, 269, 277, 303, 335, 361, 363, 403.

— his heavy burden as Lord General, 338.

— as to a warrant of, for deer, 227.

— deer received from, 245.

— as Lord General of the land forces, request for messenger, 289.

— slanderous speeches against, 350.

Lord Henry, 131.

— attachment to the Earl of Essex, 125, 126.

— letters from, 125, 340, 406, 438.

— a letter to, referred to, 298.

— letter to, 405.

Lord Thomas, 39, 57, 312.

— letters from, 327, 335.

— letter to, 327.

— instructions on alarm of a Spanish fleet, 316.

— Thomas nephew of, 342.

of Bindon, Thomas Viscount, 155.

— letter from, 160.

Howell, John, merchant of Exeter, 18, 110.

Huddleston, Huddilston, —, intention to slip beyond seas, 332.

letter from, 333.

Hudson :

—, dwelling at Warnell, 251.

James, 374.

Mr., 159.

Huet, Huett, Charles, agent of Sir H. Wallop, 183, 430, 440.

Hugh (Hooke, Huge), Nicholas, his father and mother, 412.

Hughe, Owen up, Provost Marshal in Ireland, 148.

Hull (Kingston-upon-Hull), ships of, sent out to defend the coast, the question of defraying the cost, &c., 7, 141, 165.

town causes, 139.

supply of spring water to, 139.

number of inhabitants, services undertaken by, &c., 165.

letter dated at, 140, 165, 349.

mayor of, 140.

— High Commissioner for the Province of York, 397.

— letters from, 139, 349, 388.

the post of alderman and sheriff objected to, 388.

loss suffered from the King of Denmark, by men of, 349.

ships of, offence against a Scottishman, 430.

Hume, Lord, about to travel, 137.

arrival in London, 151.

an exchange of lands with, 353.

in France, a retainer of, 382.

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

Hungary, 205, 219.

Hungerford :

—, 181.

Edward, 115.

Hungerton, letter dated at, 400.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey.

Hunt, Auditor, 35.

Hunter :

A., letter from, 151.

Andrew, a Scottish preacher at the Hague, examination of, 319.

Huntingdon :

Earl of. See Hastings.

Lady, 243.

Huntley, Earl, cousin german of, 17, 107.

made marquis, 138.

Hunyton. See Honiton.

Hussea, Mychhill, the chief schoolmaster in all Ireland, Latin letters written by, 280.

Huton Park, letters dated at, 224, 303.

Hutton :

John, parson of Gatesyde, 397.

Matthew, Archbishop of York, (Matt Eboracencis), 153, 396.

— letters from, 7, 31, 46, 159, 164.

— letter to, 165.

— discharged from Presidentship of the Council of the North, 317.

Richard, 397.

Robert, Doctor in Divinity, 396.

Hyde :

John, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Mrs., 313.

—a letter to be delivered to, 144.

Hylton, Andrew, a malefactor on the Borders, 74.

Hynton, letter dated at, 302.

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Iceland (Island), book on the state of mentioned, 8.

evil demeanours of the English about, 89.

Ilfracombe (Illford Coumbe), in Devon, 108, 111, 120.

Immanuel, letters headed, 43, 51.

Impost, the Collector of, 238.

Farmers of, 426.

Impost of Wines, offers concerning, 249.

Incarville, Monsieur d', 5.

Indies, the, Spanish treasure from, 132.

Spanish fleet for, 201, 296.

— waited for, by the States' army at the Canaries, 249.

Ingatstone, letter dated at, 361.

Ingleton, Mr., 24.

Ingleton or Incledon, John or George, examination of, 152.

Innkeeper, an, neglects to arrest a thief, 48.

Inspike Island in Cork Harbour, 121.

Intercepted letters, 204, 205, 212, 312, 313, 315, 328.

Ispwich, entertains the Ambassador from Sweden, 176.

Ireland :

arms, papistical books, &c., going for, intercepted, 326 (2).

army under the command of the Earl of Essex in, levies of men for, 13, 14, 15, 31, 44, 46, 48, 67, 68, 72, 89.

— troops from the Low Countries for, 21, 22, 23, 41, 42, 44, 65.

— volunteers for, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28 (2), 30 (2), 43, 49, 53 (3), 54, 67.

— victuallers and victualling, 18, 83, 88, 96, 196, 222, 256, 257, 316, 351, 401.

— embarkation, transport, &c., 72, 94, 96, 107, 108, 111, 113, 120.

— contributions demanded for, 69.

— numbers, condition of the companies, list &c., 94, 96, 145, 185, 211, 301, 330.

— chief officers of the, 147, 148.

— a form of prayer prepared for, 126.

— horses required for, 125.

— progress of the campaign, 185, 194, 213, 236, 289, 294, 433.

— objections to the Ulster journey, 263, 264, 265, 266, 316.

— supplies, apparel, munitions, &c., 188, 253, 433.

— payment, &c., 115, 290, 436.

— articles and negotiations for a cessation of arms, &c., 348, 364, 403, 408.

conveyance of packets and treasure to, 377, 385.

corn exported to, 83, 93.

Council of, letter from, 263.

— a copy of their letter obtained by a little cunning, 270.

— letter to, 283.

— a letter of, referred to, 298.

— necessity for the members to remain there, 361.

— a messenger from, 399.

creaughtes of the cows in, 100.

dispatch from, referred to, 191.

disease of, fatal to the English at their first lying in camp, 100.

Earl of Essex's command in, 3.

— commission for, exceptions in, etc., 73, 74.

— reasons for going, 10.

effect in, of the news of Essex's restraint, &c., 385, 392, 393.

English nation in, their government characterised, 260.

English pale in, the Vicar General from the Pope in the, 385.

factions in, 361.

general registrar for ecclesiastical government in, 18.

growing charges connected with, 174.

Lord Chancellor of, letter to, 354.

Lord Justices of, in the absence of the Lord Lieutenant, 355.

Lord Lieutenant of, letter to, 351.

marshal in, 408.

messenger from, 414.

passage to, 144.

people of, described, 212.

petite lords of, ill-behaviour of, 365.

poor students and scholars in, a custom of, 155, 210.

prices of provisions in, 271.

the rebels, and rebellion in, 14.

— a cause of rebellion in, 18, 19.

— movements of the Rebel army, 109, 231.

— waste by, 117, 414.

— numbers, &c., 185, 233.

— rebels put to the sword, &c., 263.

— character of the rebels, 294.

— Spanish and other foreign aid and supplies for, 16, 121, 172, 227, 306, 320.

scheme against the Earl of Tyrone, 99.

service in, 56.

state of, described or characterised, 270, 271, 272, 347, 361, 412.

treasurer for, retirement and appointment of, 77.

unfortunate news of the accursed kingdom of, 302.

— by whom told to the Queen, 306.

writings concerning, 228, 412. See also Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex.

Ireland :

Mr., 85, 86, 124.

Thomas, letter from, 53.

Irish :

despatches delayed, 82.

news, an ill beginning, 195.

yarn, licence to transport, 244.

Irishman, an, unnamed, 151.

Irishry, at Limerick, objections to, 354.

Italian merchandise seized, 102.

Italians, two, companions of Bothwell's, 46.

Italy, 132.

British trade to, 102.

force for the King of Spain coming from, 201.

merchants trading to, letter from, 102.

princes of, league against the Protestants, 123.

a school of good manners, 195.

Ivatt, Thomas, letter signed by, 103.

Ivybridge, letters dated at, 32, 137.

Ivychurch, letter dated at, 21.



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