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'Index: Q, R', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 481-484. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111809 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Quaryngton, letter dated at, 344.

Queen (Elizabeth), letters to, 1, 123, 150, 195, 220, 240, 244, 284, 436 (2).

letter from, 283.

attendance before, 12.

attendance at the council, 61.

question of Lord Burghley entertaining, 71.

at Richmond, 88.

words to which she took exception, 110.

displeasure with the Earl of Southampton, 197, 245, 246, 341, 438.

progresses of, 198.

— provision for her reception, 245.

— change of route, reasons for, &c., 246.

assassins suborned in Spain to kill, 202.

book of medicine dedicated to, mentioned, 216.

sends her Doctor to Lord Rutland, 217.

her present to the Grand Seignior greatly expected, 220.

a debt due from, 221.

hardly persuaded in a certain matter, 223.

movements, amusements, &c., 225, 302, 389.

“somewhat sharp” with the Bishop of London, 235.

effects of her changes of plans, 236, 239.

an old servant of, 241.

delay in departure desired to be concealed from, 243.

a sign of age noted in, in an intercepted letter, effect of the letter, 246.

course devised for her ease in signing grants, 251.

rumours of her death, 277, 302, 428.

a message from, to check expenditure, 295.

the communication of the unpleasant news from Ireland to, 302, 306.

disquieted by a letter, 306.

seen walking in the garden and hunting in the park, 314.

present of peaches from, 317.

and Lady Stafford's son, 327.

sends her physician, 351.

the signing of a letter by, 368.

money in Paris for, manner of transmission, 376, 379.

will not be moved in any private suits, 402.

takes exception to a sermon, 407.

displeasure with the Earl of Rutland, 438.

Queen's :

“born champion,” 299.

chaplain, the ancientest, 143.

debts, commission for levying, referred to, 73.

— plan for the satisfaction of, 90.

horses and cattle, survey of, 114, 115.

lands, sale of, 89, 93, 130, 143.

physician, 151.

Queen's County, in Ireland, 20.

Quester, Mathew de, letter from, 254.

Quin, Captain John, 318.

Quinborowe, 336, 428.

Quinces, conserve of, 388.

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Radcliffe (Ratcliffe, Rattoliffe, Ratleff) :

Sir Alexander, 6.

— slain, 289, 300, 343.

Anthony, letter from, 19.

Egrammond, death of, 86.

Radford, John, a seminary priest, 318, 324.

Raffaello, master of the post, 164.

Rainham, Essex, 284.

Rainolds. See Reynolds.

Ralegh, Sir Walter, 130, 251, 291, 390, 413.

letter from, 335.

letter to, 133.

a fee-farm of, 143.

Lieutenant of Cornwall, warden for the Tin, 193.

named for an appointment, 198.

suitor for an office, 246.

a grant of manors to, stipulated for, 333.

opinion with regard to, among Essex's followers, 343.

in connexion with the Mines Royal, 437.

Ramesbury, Ramsburie, letters dated at, 400, 416.

Rammekins, the. See Flushing.

Ramsey, Sir John, 252.

Rand, Captain, 146.

Randall, —, search for, 15.

Ranell Oge, 14.

Raphin, letter dated at, 162.

Rapson, Robert, 155.

“Rasse” pair of hose, 277.

Ratcliffe. See Radcliffe.

Rathbon, Hugh, the postmaster at Stone, loss of letters, 393.

Rathburne, Richard, Mayor of Chester, 97.

letters from, 96, 108, 113.

Rawlins, John, 243.

Raynel, Thomas, letter from, 133.

Raynes, Thomas, letter signed by, 200.

Raynold, Thomas, letter signed by, 396.

Reasolde, Resold :

Mr., vicar of Clare, Suffolk, 38.

William, 391.

Reban, Captain Lea's house, 272, 330.

Receipt, H.M., at Westminster, the guarding of, 333.

Records of personal services due to the Crown, a book of, referred to, 8.

Recusants. See Roman Catholics.

Red, Edward, with Lord Essex in Ireland, 120.

Rede, Nicholl, a Scottish merchant at Camphire, 320.

Redhead, Mr., gaoler at York Castle, 104, 105, 106.

Redmaine, Mr., of Fulford, a Justice of the Peace, 104, 105, 106.

Redman, William, Bishop of Norwich, mentioned, 226.

Redriff, letter dated at, 24.

Redshanks, 102.

Reed, Sir William, letter from, 39.

son of, 39.

Reekes, Mr., servant to Lord Mountjoy, 419.

Rees (Rhees), town of, in the Duchy of Cleves, 4.

in the hands of the Spaniards, besieged, 242, 243.

overthrow of the Germans before, 355, 356.

Religion, commitments in connexion with, 209.

Remmyngton, Richard, Archdeacon of East Riding, 397.

Requests, Court of, 117.

clerks of, and their deputies, 85, 94.

Reynolds, Rennoldes, Rainolds, Reynell :

Sir Cary or Carewe, 146, 330, 439.

Edward, Secretary to the Earl of Essex, 18, 177.

— letters to, 3, 7, 25, 32, 37, 134 (2), 137, 144 (2), 145, 149, 155, 156, 157, 159, 161, 162, 211, 213, 232, 235, 236, 240, 243, 247, 254, 263, 270 (2), 287, 289, 294, 298, 300, 312, 313, 338, 340, 343, 399, 434, 439.

— handwriting of, 49, 221, 316.

— presents for, 232, 243.

James, 440.

Mrs., 52.

Rheims, 84, 87.

Rheinberg, town of, besieged, 242.

Rhenish Armies, General of the, 242.

Rhine, the campaign on the, 3, 62, 242, 243.

Rhosny, Monsieur de, 5.

Rice :

John, letter from, his services in Ireland, 386.

Stephen, 121.

Rich :

Lord, 87.

Penelope, Lady, letter from, 428.

Richardot, Jean, Chevalier, Sieur de Berly, President, 124.

Richardson :

Dr., a sermon by, taken exception to, 407, 409.

Wm., letter signed by, 388.

Richmond, Surrey, 406.

the Court at, 88, 90.

letters dated at, 88, 368.

Richmond, Yorkshire, 239.

Riddell, William, letter from, 34.

Ridsdale, Mr., refuses an office, 346, 347.

Rillston, Edward, Vice-Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford, letter signed by, 369.

Ripley, 324.

Rix, William, mariner, of London, 151.

Rizzo, Francesco, 233.

Roberts :

Thomas, at Theobalds, 222.

Walter, of Wilford, Gloucester, 222.

Robinson :

Barnard, Bachelor in Divinity, 397.

Henry, Bishop of Carlisle, letter from, 13.

Jo., 425.

Mr., steward to Sir John Foskewe, house of, 187.

Thomas, lay brother at Rome, 200.

William, Alderman of York, 397.

Robson, John, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Rochdale, Vicar of, 91.

Roche :

Captain Andrew (Andro), an emissary of the Earl of Desmond, 15.

— examination of, 121, 122.

— letter from, 278.

— relations with the rebels in Ireland, 279.

John, letter from, 190.

Viscount, 268.

— meeting with Desmond, 122.

Rochelle, 133, 230, 249, 355.

a murder in, 99.

Frenchmen from, come to Plymouth, 118.

Mayor of, letter from, arrests an Englishman coming from Spain, and sends him to England, 151.

French bark, laden with salt, from, at Rye, 315, 316.

Scottish ships bound for, cargoes of, 403.

Rochester, 278, 336, 349.

Rock, the, a naval encounter off, described, 90.

Rocke, Captain, letter to, 49.

Roe, Captain, 145, 331.

Roefe, Mrs., 52.

Rogers :

—, 95, 267.

Mr., husband of Lady Mary, the daughter of the Duke of Somerset, 78.

Mr., appointed Comptroller of the Mint, 346.

Sir —, an old knight above eighty years of age, 78.

Roins [Rawlins], Jo., letter from, 434.

Rolls, the, 363.

Roman Catholics and Recusants in England, information concerning, 18, 110, 177, 187, 194, 199, 202, 215, 318, 319, 320, 324, 417, 418.

contributions and profits from, 47, 76.

a list of those reconciled by Campion, drawn up, 153.

the maker of secret chambers for, 154.

disarming of the, 284.

two principal Capuchin friars come to England, 287.

priest apprehended, 295.

an agent of the, 307.

assured supporters of the King of Scots, 308, 309.

search for, arrest, &c., 206, 324 (2), 326, 327.

alleged illegal proceedings connected with, 379.

a Recusant confined within the precincts of Grays Inn, 395.

in the co. of Northampton, 291.

in the Northern parts, proceedings to be taken against, 317.

in Yorkshire, 320, 343, 344.

in the co. of Lancaster, ill-treatment of certain messengers by, 398.

Romano, Antonio Catanei, a surgeon in Antwerp, 50.

Rome, a traveller from, arrested, 107.

year of Jubilee at, 151.

Englishmen at College at, priests and lay brethren, 200.

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

Rooper, Christopher, letter from, 379.

Roper, Captain, 146.

Rory Oge McWilliam, 100.

Roscommon, co. of, services in, 423, 424.

Rotche, Andrew, bearer of letters to Spain, author of his capture, 386.

Rothe, Robert, 122.

Rotherham, Captain, 146.

Rotterdam, 404.

Rouen, English merchants at, measures detrimental to, 5.

letter dated at, 224.

Route, Irish gentlemen of the, 101.

Ruggle, George, of Clare Hall, letter signed by, 419.

Rumsey near Southampton, 295.

Rushton, letter dated at, 392.

Russell :

Elizabeth, Dowager Lady, letters from, 54, 77, 324, 339, 358, 359, 383.

— her desolation, &c., asks for a lodging in the Court “in this time of misery,” 339.

— her objections to the sale of Russell House, &c., 321, 324, 358, 359, 360.

— relations with her daughter Bess, 358, 359, 360.

— fear of offending Cecil, 360, 361.

Mrs. Bess, a message from, 247.

— her sister, 247, 358, 359.

Sir Francis, 189.

Sir William, 101, 440.

— letters from, 291, 339.

— a letter to, referred to, 298.

— his desire to fight “those insolent beggars,” the Spaniards, on their landing, 339.

a remembrance to remain for ever of a house of, 321.

Russhe, Sir Fra., 146, 330.

Russia (Muscovia) :

H.M. Ambassador to, 116, 227.

suggested mission to, 151.

embassage to, 344, 430.

Emperor or Grand Duke of, letters to the Queen brought from, 112.

— an ambassador from, expected in Turkey, 204.

— the “phisition,” bearer of letters from the Queen to, 227.

merchant returned with letters to the Queen from, 112.

Russia (Muscovy) Company, 151.

Russo, Francesco, 127.

Rutherford (Rotherford), Richard, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

letter signed by, 429.

Rutland :

Countess of, marriage of, 142.

Earl of. See Manners.

Rutland, county of, the training of the forces in, 51.

as to demands made upon the, 209.

Rycot, Rycott, letters dated at, 129, 345.

Rye, the usual landing place from France, 127.

Flemish letter to the Queen sent from, 287.

Mayor of, 315.



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