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S., A., to levy his company in the co. of Bedford, 221.

S., Sir J., 181.

Sabbath, work on the, 74.

Sachevrell, H., letter from, 229.

Sackford, Captain, 146, 330.

Sackville :

Captain, 21.

Thomas, Lord Buckhurst, Lord Treasurer of England, Chancellor of Oxford University, &c., 34, 83, 90, 396.

— letters from, 15, 58, 93, 118, 126, 174, 196, 228, 229, 249, 253, 261, 304, 346, 347, 348.

— letters to, 173, 195, 361, 422.

— residence at Horsley, 246.

— forbidden by his physicians to use reading and writing, 249.

—illness from eating grapes, 347, 348.

— his dealings with Lady Russell and daughters, 360.

Sadleir, Thomas, letter from, 298.

St. Albans, 97, 113, 130.

St. Anderas (Andera, Ander), 172, 297, 391.

St. Andrews in Scotland, 156.

St. Bartholomew's Eve (Bartelemo Eve), 317.

St. George's Day, celebrated in Dublin, 144.

St. Ives, 329, 330.

Bretons at, 325.

St. John :

Sir John, 184.

Mr., the pensioner, 223.

Nicholas, 184.

St. Jean (John) de Luz (Luce, Luis, Lus), 111, 134, 171, 305.

a packet of letters from, mentioned, 224.

St. Laurence, Sir Christopher, Commander of the forces at Ardee, Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 145, 147, 148, 331, 436.

a gentleman sent over from Ireland by, 587.

St. Leger, Sentleger :

Sir Anthony, 117, 140.

— letter from, 244.

Sir Warham (Warram), Lieutenant of the Queen's County, 120, 146 (2), 148, 330.

— letter to, 140.

St. Luke, M. de, ships of, capture a Newcastle ship, 437.

St. Malo, 320.

Irish cutler at, sends swords, &c., for Ireland, 320, 321.

depredations on merchants of Chester, 424.

St. Martin's, letter dated at, 42, 232.

St. Matthew's Castle, letter dated at, 15.

St. Mawes Castle, Falmouth, letter dated at, 311.

ordnance at, 207, 224, 225, 228.

the fortifying of, 316.

St. Michell, Islands of, 286.

plague at, 362

St. Omer (Audomaropolis), 84.

Latin play exhibited at, 420.

St. Pawle (Pool), Sir. G., 181, 216.

St. Vincent, Cape, 277.

Salacar, Don Pedro de, engaged in a quarrel, 312.

Salisbury, Salsbery, Saluesbury :

John, of Denbigh, 179

Captain Jo., 146, 330.

Captain Owen, 146, 330.

Pirs, Justice of the Peace of Denbigh, letter signed by, 405.

Sir Robert, mistakenly supposed to be dead, wardship of his son, 180.

— illness at Westminster, return to his own country, &c., 181.

Salisbury (Sarum) :

Bishop of, and Sir W. Ralegh's fee farm, 143.

Bishop, Dean, and Chapter of, the book of a grant to the Queen from, objections to, 333, 334.

city of, 152, 182.

— letters dated at, 144, 378.

— trunk containing the King of Scots' seal and papers, seized at, 378.

Salkeld, Edward, 187.

Salt, the matter of, 126.

Salter, George, letter signed by, 103.

Saltingsloe, Alderman, 304.

Saluzzo, (Saluce, Salluces), the marquisate of, 6, 300, 380.

Sam Haven, in Findland, letter dated at, 357.

Sanchez, Christobal, letter to, 277.

Sancho, Don Ruy, Proveditore, etc., letter to, 135.

Sandwich, 87, 160, 318, 336.

suspected persons stayed at, 287.

election of mayor of, 399.

Sandy, Robert, letter signed by, 103.

San Juan (St. John) de Porto Rico, 90.

San Lucar (St. Lucas, Lukes), in Spain, 90.

Spanish army or ships at, 172, 201.

San Sebastian (St. Sebastien), 171.

Sanpford, one, a merchant of Exeter, 307.

Sanquhar, Lord, 285.

Santa Maria, 315.

Sark, 372.

Saunders :

Edmund, of Weymouth, sailor, 155.

Mr., 431.

Captain Nicholas, letter from, 67.

Savage, Sir Arthur, Colonel of the Foot of Ireland, 68, 146, 147.

letter from, 43.

Savile, Saville, Savyll :

Captain, 44, 51.

Sir John, 396.

John, Baron of the Exchequer, 242, 396.

— both judge and party, 390.

Mr., 162, 298.

M., lay brother at Rome, 200.

T., letter from, 240.

Savoy, the, Sir R. Cecil at, 226.

chaplain's place in, 397.

Savoy, Duke of, son of, proposed marriage for, 6.

ambassador sent from, to France, 6.

probable action with regard to Saluzzo, 300.

Savoyards, expected quarrel with the French, 380.

Sawcy Lodge, letter dated at, 303.

Sawkeld, Thomas, High Sheriff of Cumberland, letter to, 229.

Saxbee, the Bishop of Chichester's man, hurt in a quarrel, 97.

Saxey :

Captain, 146.

Mr., Chief Justice of Munster, 148.

Scali, Horatio, letters to, 138, 148.

Scarborough, 68, 164, 217.

action of the inhabitants of, 388.

Scenck, Colonel, fort begun by (Sohencke's Sconce), on the River Rhine, 169.

Schoonhoven (Sconehoven), siege of, 26.

Scilly Isles, 82.

letters dated at, 171, 172, 182, 274, 293.

necessity of defence of, capacity of the harbour, &c., 171, 273, 274, 293

Scotland :

Chancellor of, 55.

English Ambassador in, 222.

French Ambassador in, sickness of, 285.

horses from, passed at Yarmouth, 362.

— exported to France, 382.

instructions for the mission to, 54.

Islands of, recourse of the Easterlings to, 217.

King James VI. of, correspondence with a Spanish Condé, 92.

— succession to the Crown of England, &c., 227.

— reported desire to get rid of the Earl of Essex, 230.

— rumour of his intention to invade England, 283.

— movements of, 285, 370.

— displeasure as regards Archibald Douglas and John Colville, 285, 352, 353, 369, 374.

— a letter to, mentioned, 319.

— on his progress, 344.

— over facile, to his own hurt, 374.

— a broad seal of arms of, &c., seized at Salisbury, 378.

— the gratuity of 3,000l. to, 422

— greatly grieved, 430.

knight from, travels in Europe, &c., 219.

letter dated in, 346.

men and powder from, sent to Ulster, 122.

military forces of, an estimate of their arming, &c., 308, 309.

plots in, against the Earl of Essex, 307.

reference to a treaty between Cardinal Andre and, 123.

relations with England, 71.

Lord Treasurer of, 138.

Scots, in Tyrone's army, &c., 101, 423.

expectations of, on King James succeeding to the English throne, 308.

Scottish :

advertisements, 88.

affairs, the French Ambassador's interest in, 252.

Ambassador, return from England, 66.

“bands” for the defence of the Borders, 43.

Court, matters going very strangely in, 136.

nobility going abroad, the exceptions to those who changed their religion, 252.

Pledges in York, their maintenance, etc., 7.

— petition, 16, 429.

— entertain hopes of being released, etc., 16 (2), 17.

— concerning the escape of, 66, 104, 105, 128.

Regiment at the Hague, preacher to, 319.

ship brought into Looe, letters taken out of, 92, 103.

ship with Lord Wemyss horses, 403 (2).

ships bound for France, cargoes of, &c., 403 (2).

Scottishman, a Capuchin from France, a prisoner in the Marshalsea, 365.

Scott, Bartholomew, letter from, 350.

Screven, Mr., 180.

Scrope, Scroope, Scroop :

Thomas Lord, Warden of the Marches, &c., 33, 74, 229, 396.

— as member of the Council of the North, 258.

— report that he had been slain, 283.

— letters from, 386, 429.

Mr. H., 181.

Seager, James, master mariner, 324.

Seamer, the market at, 388.

Sea Thorne, 164.

Seaton, Lord, 87.

harbouring a Jesuit, 86.

Sebastian. Don, reported King of Portugal, at Venice, 290, 291.

Sebewr. See Zubiaur.

Secular priests send messengers to the Pope, 204.

Sedgrave, Walter, of Dublin, 440.

Sedon, John, letter from, 192.

Selie, one, a minister, forger of a presentation, 31.

Semiers, Madame de, mistress of Mons. de Joyeuse, 98.

Seminary priests, 295, 318 (2), 319, 324 (2).

person executed for maintaining a priest, 194.

Sempill (Sympile) :

Colonel, 88.

James, 351, 353.

— mission to England from the King of Scots, 135, 285, 310, 369, 374.

— sentiments towards Archibald Douglas, 374.

James, of Beltreis, letter from, 344.

Lord, in Spain, 156.

Matthew, 156.

Semys, Thomas, letter signed by, 240.

Serigatti, Signor Allessandro, a Florentine living in Cheapside, 144.

Servant, Marmaduke, letter from, 333.

Setonne, one Willie or Geordie, a tailor in the Cannongate, 346.

Seville (Cyvell, Civill), 108, 170, 318.

report of an army, &c., against England about, 172, 276.

sickness in, 201.

Seymour, Seymor :

Edward, letters from, 201, 251.

Lord Henry, letter from, 120.

Mr., 64.

— regiment of, 274.

Sgravenweerdt, 82.

Shaftesbury (Shaston, Shasburie), 152, 182.

letter dated at, 130.

Shane, Francis, Sheriff of Westmeath, 231.

Sharp, Mr. D., spiritual adviser of Lord Essex, 410.

Shaston, Mr., the postmaster at Berwick, 369.

Shaugh (Shaue), 193.

Shaw, Shawe :

Mr., 176.

Peter, 397.

Sheerness, 328.

Sheffield, Sheffield :

Captain, 146.

Edmund Lord, 242.

— letters from, 293, 310, 350, 395.

— his appointment to the Council of the North, 257, 258.

— state of health, desires to be a Commissioner of the Musters, 310.

— distinguishes between a religious and politic friend, 395.

Shelley, one, 87.

Shelton, Sir John, 72, 180.

letter from, 96.

mustering the troops at Chester, 96.

Sheperson, Christopher, 43.

Sherard, —, of Lincolnshire, 223.

Sherborne (Shorborne, Shurburn), 152, 182.

lease of, 143.

Sheriff Hutton Castle and Park, Keeper of, 157, 158.

Shering, William, wardship of heir of, 208.

Sherley :

Sir Anthony, a letter from, mentioned, 386.

George, petition from, 436.

Sir Thomas, letters from, 76, 254, 340, 371 (2).

— the Queen's debtor.138.

— request for a loan, 254.

Sir Thomas, the younger, arrested, 371 (2).

— of the Foresight, 427.

Sir Thomas, elder and younger, charges against, 399.

Shervan, county of, 219.

Sherwood :

H., 122, 409.

Jo., letter from, 179.

Dr. Reuben, letter from, 179.

Shingleton, Dr., Vice-Chancellor of Oxford, letter addressed to, 168

Ships, search of, and striking sail, on passing Tynemouth Castle, 119

Ships named :

H.M.S. Adventure, 172.

H.M.S. Advice and prize, 253.

Alice, 86.

Angell, 86.

H.M.S. Antelope. 172.

Barthellmew, 86.

Charitie, 86.

H.M S. Constantine, 172.

H.M.S. Crane, 428.

— foul and leaky, 217.

— letter dated on board, 403.

H.M.S. Defence, 427.

H.M.S. Dove, 172.

H.M.S. Dreadnought, 172.

Egell, 86.

Elizabeth, 86(2).

Eliz. Jones, letter dated on board, 336.

Em, 86.

Experience, 11.

H.M.S. Flying Dragon, 172.

H.M.S. Foresyghte, 427.

H.M.S. Gardelande, 428.

George, 86 (2).

Golden Dragon, 399.

Goulden Gree, 86.

Goodlooke, 86 (2).

Grace, 86.

Grace of God, 86.

Great St. Paul, 153.

H.M.S. Greyhound, 60

Gregorie, 86.

Henrie, 86 (2).

Henry, 86 (2).

H.M.S. Hope, 428.

Hopewell, 86.

Hunter, a Flemish flyboat of Ancusa, 57.

James, 86.

John Abell, 86.

La Gressille, of London, 168

Lyon, 86.

Lion's Whelp, 218.

Margret, 86.

Marie, 86 (3).

Marie John, 86.

H.M.S. Marie Rose, 428.

Marlen, of London, 57.

Mathew, 86.

Michaell, 86 (3).

H.M.S. Nonperel, 427.

Peter, a Spanish flyboat of Ancusa, 57.

Phenix, 86.

The Popingey, 385.

Quist [? Quest], 86.

H.M.S. Quittauns, 404.

H.M.S. Rainbow (Reynbowe), 328, 427.

H.M.S. Repulse, 427.

Speedwell, 86 (3).

Stephen, 86.

H.M.S. Swiftsure, 172.

The Tobacco Pipe, 155.

H.M.S. Tremontane, 164.

Triumph, letter dated on board, 346.

H.M.S. Truelove, 331, 332.

Trenety, of Osam, 171.

Vallantine, 86.

William, 86.

Ships, not named : 113, 114.

Ship with Italian merchandise, seized, 102.

Scottish ship taken, 103.

a Flemish pink at Plymouth, 108.

Spanish ships for Ireland, 171, 172.

Flemish, from Bayonne, 172.

ship of London engaged in a fight with Spanish ships, 172.

a bark of Newcastle from Middelburg, 217.

English ships captured and carried to Scotland, 222.

French bark at Rye, 315.

a Crosicker from Conquet, 325.

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

Spanish carvel intercepted, 328.

Breton ships at St. Ives, 329, 330.

various, at Plymouth, 230.

Flemings at Dover, 231.

bark from Dieppe, 332.

flyboats of Hamborough, 403.

Scottish ships bound for France, 403 (2).

Easterlings, 404.

ship taken by English subjects, 404.

Shobbrook, Ralph, examination of, 57.

Shot, the best offensive weapon, 338.

Shrewsbury, Earl of. See Talbot.

Shurbrook [Cherbourg], 335.

Shute, Richard, letter from, 223.

Shutt, Christopher, Bachelor in Divinity, 397.

Sigismundus, prince of Transilvania, 219.

Signet, Clerk of the, 209.

Sille, John, 425.

Silverton, benefice of, 400.

Simcock, Mr., 87.

Simms, John, of Taunton, accused of robbery, 96.

Simnel, Richard, letter signed, 163.

Sims, Symmes. Captain, 13, 146.

Singleton, Thomas, letter from, 401.

Sinklars :

James, 33.

John, 33.

Sittingbourne, Sittingborn, 336, 349, 383.

Six Clerks, incorporation and duties of, 75.

Skery, S., letter from, 373.

Skinner, Skynner :

John, letter from, 399.

— his ship forcibly possessed by Sir Thomas Sherley, &c., 399.

Vincent or Mr., 118, 151, 229.

— letters from, 131, 257, 298, 422.

Skipwith. Mr., the equerry, 110.

Skorye, Mr., 138.

Slaning, Nicholas, of Shaue, slain in a quarrel, 193.

Slany, Sir Stephen. Lord Mayor of London, 56, 134.

Sieve, The, 305.

Sligo, 266, 294, 424.

victualling magazine in, 316.

Sligo Coolony, 423.

Sluys (Sluse, Soluce), in Flanders, 211.

arrival of Spanish Galleys at, 356.

Smallpox, 405.

Smelt :

John, of Yorkshire, son and heir of, 216.

Leonard, letter to, 216.

Thomas, committees of the wardship of, letter to, 216.

— grandmother of, 216.

Smith, Smythe :

Dr., H.M. Physician, 90, 151.

George, letter from, 38.

Sir John, under restraint, 145.

— letters from, 145, 420.

Lawrence, 238.

Mr., 30, 138, 149, 162, 298.

Mr., lay brother at Rome, 200.

Mr., his letter read to the Queen, &c., 223.

Thomas, clerk of the Council, 87.

— letters from, 48, 68, 109, 197, 252.

— his relations with the Earl of Essex, 310.

Thomas, of Galloway, 196.

Snowdall, Thomas, marriage, death, and wardship of son, 224.

Snowden, Robert. Doctor of Divinity, 396.

Soame, Stephen, Lord Mayor of London, 56.

letters from, 244, 259, 274, 280, 281, 286, 294, 315.

Soissons, Count de, 6.

Solicitor General, the, High Commissioner for the Province of York, 396.

Solmes (Solm), the Count of, 170, 356.

Some, Dr. Robert, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge, letter from, 421.

Somerset :

Duke of, Lady Mary, daughter of, 78.

Edward, Earl of Worcester, 438.

Somerset House, letters dated at, 288, 311.

Sorlie Boy's sons. See McSorley.

Sourdeac, M. de, 343.

a messenger sent by, with intelligence of the Spanish fleet, arrested, 404, 405.

ship and cargo of taken by English subjects, 404.

Southampton :

Earl of. See Wriothesley.

Mary, Dowager Countess of, letters from, 173, 312.

Southampton :

co. of, manors in, 150.

town of, letters dated at, 117, 291.

— God's House in, letter dated at, 85

— and Havre, 127.

— rumour of the Spaniards' landing at, 283.

— a malicious woman of, proceeding against Mons. de la Fontaine, 389.

Sowerby, manor of, Yorks, 419.

Spa, 243.

Spada, Sesto, at Paris, question of letters of credit of, 376.

Spain, Spanish, or Spaniards in general, “the enemy” :

army in the Low Countries, movements of, 198, 242.

— “out of the Empire,” 184.

— its inertness, 262.

assassins suborned, to kill the Queen, 202.

corn for, 5, 391.

— dearness of, 132.

Court of, in Valencia, 132, 297.

Englishman from, arrested in Rochelle and sent to England, 151.

English pensioners in, 170, 297.

English prisoners in, 7, 93, 140.

fleet, galleys, men-of-war, or ships, movements, condition, numbers, &c., 201, 227 (2), 283, 286, 295, 296, 303, 315, 320, 335, 356.

— a battle with a ship of war, described, 90.

— frigate at Dieppe, 113.

— — shape, &c., 114.

— take a man-of-war of Barnstaple, 152.

— on the English coast, reports as to, 110, 111.

— on the South West coast, proceedings of, 172.

— on the East coast, report of their having been descried, 217.

— off Falmouth, suspected, 223.

— discovered on the coast of France, 322.

— instructions following their non-appearance on the English coasts, 328.

— a messenger sent to bring intelligence of, 404.

— at the Groyne, &c., 132.

— — miserable situation of, 328.

— in the Bay of Hogue, plan for attack of, 331.

— in distress, off the Terceras, 362.

— for the West Indies, 243, 249.

— awaiting return of the Hollanders, 403.

gloves, price of, 83.

goods seized, 11.

— in French bottoms, the question of stopping, 403.

“the gentleman” from, expected in Paris, 6.

Infanta of, marriage of, 132.

— — rumour of the breaking off of, 184.

— movements of, 243 (2).

— portrait of, 391.

intentions as regards Ireland, 121.

invasion of England, alarm raised.

preparations for defence, &c., 256, 259, 269, 274, 280, 284, 289, 290, 291, 292, 314, 327, 328, 337, 339.

— no news of hostile fleet from Antwerp, a wonder, 259.

— alarm and rumours concerning current in London, 282, 283.

— payments at H.M. Exchequer stopped in consequence, 253.

— use of special form of prayers suggested, 262.

— offers of service against, 290, 303.

— barks sent out to sea, to obtain intelligence, 291.

— design altered, 322, 323.

— forces raised, discharge of, 317, 318.

— effects in certain country districts, 337.

— intelligence concerning the ships, 340.

King of, daughter of, right to the English Crown, 203.

King Philip III. of, measures to obtain money, 6.

— relations with the Earl of Tyrone, 16.

— a peaceable prince, 27.

— letters from so called Earl of Desmond to, 121.

— to show himself to the world, 123.

— said to have sent back an order to the Queen, 194.

— jealousies, 247.

— probable action with regard to Saluzzo, 300.

malice of, general opinion of, 71.

naval and military preparations in, 20, 109, 135, 153, 172, 201, 305, 307, 312, 381, 409

news from, 201, 249.

— of misery, plague, &c., 247.

ordnance taken from, in the year 1588, 250.

peace made with the Turk, 123.

prisoners at Plymouth, 349, 355, 366.

— in London, 370.

Queen of. at Milan, 6.

sailors in, enfranchised, forced to wander through byways, 297.

ship, Great St. Paul, 153.

ships forbidden to go to Newfoundland, 111.

ships bound for, the question of intercepting, 404.

sickness in, difficulty of intercourse between various places, &c., 297.

trade with, from the Low Countries, prohibited, 81.

treaty of peace with, discussed, 82, 381.

— entertained underhand, 246.

troops on Imperial territory, outrages of, 169.

West of, ships prepared by the Dutch to attack, 95.

Spaniard, a brought over to England, his story of Duffield and Bruges, 170, 171.

Spannyoghe, Dannell, 272.

Sparchford, Richard, 388, 440.

Sparry, Mr., 64.

Speke, Lancashire, 18.

Spelbury, parsonage of, 234 (2).

Spencer, Spenser :

Sir John, 425.

— suggested as a proper person to keep money for the Crown, 581.

John, letter from, 363.

Richard, letter to, 288.

Spicer, Nicholas, letter from, 38.

Spike (Inspike) Island, 121.

Spinola :

— 141.

Francisco, 305.

Frederick, commanding Spanish galleys, 287, 297.

Ortensio or Cataneo, a Genoese come to England, 127.

Spires, 89.

Spittle, John, of Elsfield, 168.

Spot, Laird of. See Douglas.

Squire (“Sqwyer”), the traitor, revelations of, 187.

Stafford :

Edward, Duke of Buckingham, attainted, 402.

Sir Edward, 198, 246.

— letters from, 124, 221, 327.

Captain Francis, 147.

— letter from, 272.

Humfrey, of Westbury, co. Bucks, 428.

Lady, the son of, and the Queen, 327.

Lord, petition for lands of his grandfather, 402.

— sister of, 402.

Stage Players, the fate of being, deprecated, 12.

Staines (Staynes), 234.

Staintor, Mr., of Herinsham in Wiltshire, 168.

Stalinge, Mr., 124, 125.

Stallenge, William, Commissioner at Plymouth, 233, 326 (2), 347.

letters from, 82, 83, 88, 92, 93, 103, 108, 111, 172, 193, 253, 303, 307, 326, 349, 355 (2), 362, 366, 378, 409.

Stamford, Mr., 58.

Stamford, Stanford, letters dated at, 184, 270.

Standen :

Sir Anthony, 158.

— letter from, 144.

Edmund, letter from, 201.

Mr., 425.

Stanhope, Stannop :

Edward, of the Council of the North, 363, 396

— letters from, 28, 29, 66, 104, 209, 241, 395, 398.

John, bound over to keep the peace, 229.

— letters from, 318, 323.

Sir John, 8, 14, 164, 177, 198, 228, 295, 307, 345, 384.

— suggested as a proper person to receive and keep money raised for the Crown, 58.

— letters from, 73, 74, 128, 306.

— letter to, 12.

— a depender upon, 376.

Michael, letter from, 71.

Mr., 16, 26, 28.

Mr., sets upon Sir C. Candish, 246.

Mr. Dr., 389.

— letter from, 107.

Stanley, Standley, Standlie, Standle :

John, at Milan, 290.

William, Earl of Derby (“My Lord”), 124, 396.

— letters from, 51, 401.

— movements of, 53.

— the settlement of the quarrel with his nieces, 401.

— sale of lands of, 405.

Sir William, English Recusant in Spain, 108, 193.

— his converts in Spain, 93.

— in the Low Countries, certain letters sent to, 280.

Stanley's regiment, 33.

Stanton, John, Mayor of Bedford, 47.

Stapell, Richard, letter signed by, 103.

Stapers, Mr., the merchant, 386.

Stapes, Mr., 291.

Star Chamber, cause in the, 143.

redressing of wrongs in the, 379.

Starford, 248.

State Papers, the custody of, 29.

States' intent to become Frenchmen, 299, 300.

States General of the United Provinces ratification of the treaty, 3.

unwillingness to part with English troops, 13.

action of, with regard to the English companies for Ireland, 22, 40, 65.

breaking of the English companies and cassing of their officers by, 64, 70.

their treatment of Sir Thomas Knollys 62.

their estimate of Sir Francis Vere, 65.

resolve to persevere with the war, 81.

said to be preparing ships to attack West of Spain, 95.

2,000 English soldiers sent to, 123.

answer of, to Mr. Gilpin's proposition, 168.

“army” of, seen to pass by Lisbon, 249.

ships of, to be called to aid an attack upon certain Spanish galleys, 331.

ordnance for, 371, 372.

resolution to reduce the companies of foot and horse, 356.

troubled at the rumour of peace negotiations, 357.

Statutes referred to :

Act of Henry VIII., the Crown's ecclesiastical jurisdiction, 19.

Act of Uniformity, 19.

Staxigoe (Taxigo), in Caithness, 34.

Stephens, Ri., letter signed by, 240.

Stepney, letter dated at, 44.

Steward, Sir Robert, 240.

Stileman, John, letter from, 117.

Still, John, Bishop of Bath and Wells, sent for, by the Queen, 195.

Stockdall, Richard, B.D., fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, 199.

Stoke, next Nayland, in Suffolk, 63.

letter dated at, 298.

Stone, 97, 113.

the postmaster at, 393.

Stone, Mr., 426.

house of, in Cheapside, 144.

Stoner, Thomas, messenger to H.M. Commission in Hampshire, 295.

Stony Stratford, 125.

letter dated at, 120.

Storie, John, prisoner in Carlisle, 229.

Stotten, John, of Bedford, 48.

Stoughton, Great, letter dated at, 389.

Stourton, 275.

— letters dated at, 69, 130.

Stourton :

Edward, Lord, letters from, 69, 130.

— desire to purchase certain land, 130 (2).

Frances Lady, letter from, 383.

Strabane, an assembly at, 99.

Straits, the, danger of the barring of English trade in, 102.

Strangers, church of the, in London, 127.

Strangforde river, a landing in, near the Graie Abbey, suggested, 100.

Strangman, John, who came from Rome, 107.

Strethord, the young Laird, 88.

Stroncally, keeper of, 121.

Strowde, Sir William, a deputy lieutenant of Devon, 206.

Stuarde, Zacharie, 397.

Stuart, Arabella, Lady “Arbella,” 203.

report of marriage of, 380.

Styleman, John, 426.

Styward, Mr. Dr., 334.

Succession to the Crown of England, books concerning the, 202, 203.

Suffolk, county of, levies in, 31, 44.

mustering of the bands of, for discharge, 317.

escheator of, 63.

Justices of, letters from, 31, 44.

Suir (Suyre), River, in Tipperary, 186.

Suliarde, Edw., letter from, 343.

Sunderland, Richard son of Thomas, wardship of, 177.

Surgery, a surgeon brought to England from Antwerp, 50.

Suspicious persons arrested, &c., 277, 319, 320.

Sussex, insufficiency of the trained men in, 338.

customer of, 371.

Sutton :

Mr., 58.

Tho., 425.

Swaffham, manor of, 371.

Swansoombe, letter dated at, 349.

Sweden :

Ambassador of, 175.

— his demand, 174.

Ambassadors from, disappointed with their entertainment in England, 357.

Duke Charles of, 137.

— said to have taken Calmerslott, 184.

— English merchant ships, &c., employed against, 227.

— campaign against the Finns, 357.

letter for, dropped into the Thames, a new letter required for the Queen's signature &c., 178.

news from, 184.

Swero, Antonie, a Portingale remaining in London, 367.

Swift, Swifte, Swyfte :

— manner of his examination, and confession of, 95.

Garratt, search for forged papers in the house of, 99.

Jasper, from the College of Douay.

brother of the man hanged, 383.

Robert, in the bill for sheriff of York, in London. &c., 398, 399.

— letter from, 399.

Robert, Bachelor of the Law, 397.

Swinburne, Mr., of Edlingham, in Northumberland, 239.

Swinnerton (Swinerton, Swynerton), Mr., 238.

offer of, connected with the impost of wines, 249, 250, 253, 304.

Swiss, the, grant Archduke Albert a passage, 243.

Swyne, Mr., 387. See also McSwyne.

Sydney :

Captain, 145, 331.

Sir Robert, Governor of Flushing, 18, 437.

— letters from, 28, 133, 141, 157, 163, 166, 174, 188, 243.

— causes of, or excuses for his remaining in England, 141, 142, 188, 243.

— his attachment to Cecil, 163.

— desire to be rid of his government, 198.

— letter to, 256.

Symmes, Sims, Captain, 13, 146.

Symnell, Richard, Bailiff of Colchester, letters signed by, 200, 396.

Symonds, Thomas, letter signed by, 103.

Sympson. “Meg's sister.” 251.

Sywell, letter dated at, 399.



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