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1902

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'Index: N, O', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 475-478. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111807 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Naas, the, 12 miles from Dublin, 161, 330.

the pale near, defence of, 414.

Nancy, 243.

Nantes (Naunts), 329.

Edict of, 98, 123.

Nantwich (Namptwiche), 97, 113.

The Crown at, 393.

Naples, English sailors arrested at, 11.

Napper, Sir Robert, 117.

letter from, 244.

Nassau :

Count or Grave Maurice of (“his Excellency”), 21, 22, 36, 356.

— military operations, &c., of, 4, 62, 82, 169.

— the withdrawal of the English companies, 65.

— Frenchmen from Rochelle with a pass from, 118.

— letters from, 212 (2).

— intercepted letters sent by, 212.

— demand for troops, 243.

— unable to provoke the Spanish to fight, 261.

Count William of, sent to the assistance of the Germans, 356.

Naunton, Henry, 397.

Navy and Naval :

Admiral of Her Majesty's ships in the Narrow Seas, 60.

references to the condition of the Queen's ships, 114, 261, 336.

engagements, &c., 113, 114, 172.

H.M. ships cruising off the East Coast, 217.

departure of H.M. ships from Plymouth, 253.

difficulties in connexion with pressed men, 261.

instructions with regard to the ships under Lord Thomas Howard, 328.

stratagem suggested, 332.

deficiencies in the manning of H.M. ships, 427. See also Ships.

Nayland, manor of, in Suffolk, 63.

Nayler, Naylor, Francis, dwelling at St. Malo, 320, 321, 326.

Neal Oge McHughe McPhillime, 102.

Neale Oge McIlne McPhelomye, vice-constable of Belfast, 100.

Neales of Tyrone, the, an ancient feud, 100.

Needham, Sir Robert, 147.

Neegoose, Mr., of Bedford, 47.

Nelonge, Captain Tibolt, 146.

Nephin (Neffin), co. Mayo, skirmish at, 424.

Netherlands fleet off Plymouth, number, &c., 177. See also Low Countries.

Nevill, Neville :

Lady Adelin, 238.

Charles, late Earl of Westmoreland, 238.

Edmund, commonly called Earl of Westmoreland, with the enemy in the Low Countries, 267.

— his marriage, 267.

Sir Henry (or Mr.), H.M. Ambassador in France, 73, 75, 160, 196, 425.

— letters from, 72, 89, 151.

Jane, letter from, 152.

— causes concealed from her husband, 152.

Lady Margaret, daughter of the Earl of Westmoreland, husband of, 238.

Mr., travelling abroad, 131.

Newby, heirship of, 229.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, the Mayor and Corporation of, letter from, 34.

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

merchants of, letter from, 437.

preacher at, 397.

ship of, taken by French ships, 437.

search of ships at, 189.

Newcome, —, 126.

Newcomen (Newcom), Robert, Victualling Commissioner at Dublin, 96, 196.

Newfoundland (New Land), Spanish ships forbidden to go to, 111.

fish, 222.

Newgate, prisoners in, letter from, 422.

Newhaven [Havre de Grace], 328, 335.

Governor of, letter to, 190.

the endeavour to prevent the galleys entering, 336.

Newry (Newrye), the, 109, 147 (2), 231.

victualling magazine in, 316.

Newsome, Jo., 213.

New Spain, Spanish fleet for, 301.

New Testament, Latin verse translation of, 143.

Niccolao, Corsini's man, 267.

Nicholson, George, letter from, 430.

Nicols, the cause of, 311.

Nimeguen, 82.

Noell, Sir Andrew, 209.

Nonsuch, letters dated at, 226, 310, 347.

Norden :

—, a Kentishman, 433.

John, letter or petition from, 255, 433.

Norfolk, county of, a pension given by, to a soldier, 56.

Receiver of, 131.

levies from, insufficiently furnished, 108.

mustering of the bands of, for discharge, 317.

Normanville, Mons. de, letter from, 69.

Norouborowe,” the Margrave of, 157.

Norreys, Norris, Norice, Noritz :

—, widowed, 344.

Bridget, Lady, letters from, 235, 390, 428.

— a medical symptom, 256.

Captain, 439.

Lord and Lady, death of both their sons in Ireland, 344.

Sir Edward, Governor of Ostend, 36.

— letters from, 27, 44, 77, 129.

— ill-treatment of the Governor of Dunkirk by, 83, 159.

— certain charges concerning, brought against, 129.

— the brothers of, 27.

Edward, a Lancashire recusant, 18.

Sir Henry, wounded, 213.

Sir Peter, priest, 18.

Sir Richard, priest, 18.

Sir Thomas, President of Munster, 148.

— letter from, 49.

— a “heavy friend,” 208.

— wounded, 213.

— house of, in Waterford, 279.

— expenditure on Moyalloe, &c., 390.

Norris. See Norreys.

North of England, backwardness of, 68.

a matter concerning the, referred to, 282.

Jesuits and Seminary Priests and Recusants in, 317, 324.

North, Council of the, at York, 377.

letters from, 7, 31, 46, 158, 164.

letters to, 16, 164.

contents of the Commission and Instructions, 241, 242, 258.

precedency of members, &c., 257, 258, 363.

President of, office of, 246.

— jurisdiction of, 258.

— appointed, &c., 241, 317, 395.

— High Commissioner for the Province of York, 396.

Lord President and Council, suggestion that they should be applied to, for a semi-private benevolence, 150.

Secretaryship of (at York), 228, 377, 379.

examinership of, 377.

Secretaries of, High Commissioners for the Province of York, 396.

an office usually filled by the Secretary, 398, 399.

North :

Captain, 146.

— an offence connected with the examination of, 380.

Robert, Lord, letters from, 31, 90, 225, 437.

Thomas, an English traitor in Spanish service, 297.

— letter from, 390.

— his journeys, necessities, &c., 391.

Northallerton, 211.

Northampton, letter dated at, 363.

Northampton, county of, 53.

levy of men for Ireland in, 48.

men mustered in, 302.

commissioners of the musters in, 302, 303.

— letter from, 363.

forests and parks in, 313.

muster-mastership in, 363.

Recusants in, 291, 292.

rumour in, of the death of the Queen, 302.

Northaye, Ralph, letter signed by, 396.

Northeus, Thomas, letter signed by, 103.

North Shields, examination of ships at, 189.

Northumberland :

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

Earl of. See Percy.

Norton :

Captain, 147.

— the company of, at Cadiz, 57.

Dudley, 430.

— letter from, 115.

Henry, with corn, at Bayonne, 247.

Norton, letter dated at, 388.

Norton Ferris, co. Somerset, manor of, 130.

Nottingham :

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

Earl of. See Howard.

Novye, Augustine, letters from, 136, 401, 402.

Nowell :

Dr. Jo., letter from, 245.

Mr., 256.

Nuestra Señora della Barca, 273.

Nuttry, William, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Nycholas, Reginald, letter to, 125.

Nydd, 194.

Nyn, Nyck, 339.

death of, 439.

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O' Brain, Teig or Tegh, brother to the Earl of Thomond, 156, 268.

surrender of, 162.

O'Cane's country, 101.

O'Connor Sligo, besieged, 266.

O'Connors, sundry, put to the sword, 263, 272.

O'Connor Roes, the, 423.

O'Connor's County, 122.

Odiham (Odium), 129.

O'Dohartie, Sir John, the country of, 99.

O'Donnell (O'Donill, O'Donell, O'Donnoll) :

Bryan, an Irish priest, 404.

[Hugh Roe], 289, 424.

— to join Tyrone at Lough Foyle, 99.

— forces with, 185, 186.

— besieging O'Connor Sligo, 266.

— relations with the Earl of Tyrone, 364.

— prizes taken from, 386.

— necessity of his being privy to any peace concluded, 408.

mother of, 102.

O'Donnell's country, &c., 265.

O'Donovan's country, 279.

Offley, Robert, letter signed by, 103.

Offaly, Ophaly, Ofhaly, Afalia, in Ireland, 20, 146, 231, 330.

Governor of, 148.

the journey into, its success, &c., 263 (2), 268.

the loss of soldiers in, 385.

Offtarlyes, the, 423.

Ofton Lodge, letter dated at, 248.

Oge, Thomas, 121.

Ogle :

Lord, deceased, 242.

one, servant of the Earl of Essex, return from Ireland, 373.

O'Healie, James, priest, 404.

O'Huggin, Milerus, Archbishop of Tuam, death of, 404.

O'Keallaghan's country, 131, 132.

O'Kellyes, the, 423.

O'Keyfe's country, 131, 132.

Oldesworth, —, 158.

Olney, 436.

O'Malyes, the, 423.

Omolleys, sundry, put to the sword, 263.

O'Moloyes, the, the country of, 272.

O'Moore :

Ony MacRowry, the fight with, 213.

Rorye, 272.

O'Mulckloy, Thomas, the Irish priest, 210.

examination of, 156. See also Mulcloy.

O'Neal, Prince, 19.

O'Neil, Hugh, Earl of Tyrone, supposed relations with the King of Scotland, 54.

exception of his treason and offences, 73.

landing of his army at Lough Foyle, a scheme against, 99.

his plans for resisting a landing, 100.

supplied from Denmark, &c., 121.

improbability of his ending the war by treaty, 135.

a poor student's interview with, 156.

French ships with letters for, captured, 182.

his forces and accomplices, 185.

“this barbarous, ungrateful rebel,” 264.

like a tree with many branches, 270, 271.

articles, &c., for a cessation of arms, 348, 403.

negotiations with Sir W. Warren, 364.

delivery of his wife expected, 364.

interview with Earl of Essex, how overheard, 384.

alleged reasons of his refusal of peace, 385.

alleged cause of his entering into rebellion, books about, referred to, 404.

agents sent by, to the Pope and King of Spain, 404.

truce with, 408.

a message from, 408.

O'Neyles, the, accomplices of Tyrone, 185.

Oread Isles, 33.

Ordnance, 431, 432.

the Office of the, 235.

— as affecting Lord Essex, 340.

an officer of the, 347.

Master of the, in the North parts, 187.

in store, list of, 204.

for the States General, 371, 372.

Orkney, 33.

Orkney, Earl of, 34, 222.

Orleans, letter dated at, 77.

Ormond, Earl of, 16, 39, 115, 122, 147, 278, 279, 330.

charged with persecution, 140.

Lord Lieutenant of H.M. forces in Ireland, agreement with Tyrone, 403.

money borrowed by, for the Queen's army, 436.

Ormonde, Thomas, 122.

O'Rourke (O'Rurk, Orworke), 186, 265, 423.

Orphanage money, 436.

Osborne, Osberne :

Henry, letter signed by, 200.

Mr., 128.

P., letter from 144.

Robert, letters from, 294, 313, 338, 439.

Ro., letter to, 78.

Oseley (Oseleie) :

Captain, 335, 366.

Jasper, examination of, 428.

Mr., clerk of the Court of Requests, 85.

Nicholas, letter from, 349.

Ost, Adrian, letter from, 12.

Osten, James, 425.

Ostend, 36.

English regiments at, 13.

letters dated at, 27, 30, 44, 77.

free from any sign of war, 77.

charges concerning, brought against Sir E. Norris, 129.

report of siege of, 231.

troops from the garrison of, asked for, by Count Maurice, 243.

Ostracism, 11.

O'Sullivan, in Munster, 122.

Oswey, Capt., 330.

Osworth, Little, 239.

Otelands, 246.

Owen, Owyn :

an agent of Waad's, 345.

Father Thomas, Jesuit at Rome, 200.

Geo., letter from, 313.

Mr. Justice, of the Court of Common Pleas, the death of, 45.

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

Oxford, Oxenford, letter dated at, 367.

Countess of, 51.

Earl of. See Vere.

Oxford glove, to stretch like an,” 144.

Oxford University, a cause of the, 126.

deputy of the vice-chancellor of, 167.

Baliol College, letter dated at, 173.

Brasenose College, letter dated at, 369.

Christ Church, lands of, 234 (2).

Queen's College, letter dated at, 13.

Oyer and determiner, certain commissions of, 263.



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