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'Index: U-Z', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 493-498. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111812 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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Udall, Mr. or William, an accusation brought against, 7, 32.

come from Ireland, 232, 247.

sent off to Lord Essex, 341, 342.

gives information about Sir Christopher Blount, 375, 376.

letter from, 384.

brothers-in-law of, 384.

his offer of services to Essex, 385.

Uffington, letter dated at, 303.

Ulster, Earl of, 122.

Ulster, province of, wellspring of the Civil War, 19.

the root of the rebellion, the expedition for invading forborne, statement of the difficulties, 185.

number of rebel forces in, 185.

the Irish Council's objections to the journey into, 263, 264.

rebels, bonaght to the Earl of Tyrone, 366.

United Provinces, States General of. See States General.

dealings with the Government of, discussed, 381, 382.

Urdonis, Captain, 135.

Usquebach (Uskebagh, Uskebathes), 232, 243, 313, 434.

V

Valeitse, Cardinal, 205.

Valencia, marriage of the Infanta to take place in, 132.

Spanish Court in, 297.

Van der Lipp, Count, General of the Rhenish armies, 242.

Vanlor, Vanlore, Peter or Mr. 158, 425.

Van Olden Barnevelt, 169.

Vasillo, Captain, engaged in a quarrel, 312.

Vasquez, Luiz, letter to, 272.

Vaughan, Vaun, Vachan, Vahame :

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

Richard, Bishop of Chester, 216, 217.

— letters from, 91, 398.

Richard, of Denbigh, 417, 418.

Thomas, examination of, 167.

— little better than a natural, 173.

— lay brother at Rome, 200.

Vavasour, Vavisour :

Captain, 303.

Thomas, commanding The Repulse, 427.

Vec, Mons. de, Governor of Calais, 403.

Velasco :

Luis de, letter from, 312.

Don Pedro de, letters from, 273, 283.

Velewe, a district in Gelderland, 4.

Velloslada, Leonis Ruys, paymaster of the Spanish galleys, 315.

Velpino, Rutger, Brussels, 244.

Venetian argosies at the Scilly Isles, 293.

Venetians, the, matter of, referred to, 91.

Venetiano, Vincenzio, 334.

Venice :

letters dated at, 291, 300, 381.

trading under the Venetian Flag, etc., 11.

English trade to, 102, 103.

French soldiers at, 381.

intelligence from, 277, 299, 380.

State of, and the Pope, 381.

supposed King of Portugal in, 291.

Venice, Duke of, an answer from the Queen to his letters desired, 102.

form of the Queen's letter to, discussed, 109, 122.

Vennard, Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, letter from, 413.

Venpeen, Charles, 425.

Vere, Veer :

Lady Bridget, letter from, 130.

Edward de, Earl of Oxford, letters from, 220 (2).

— and the Tin cause, 382.

Sir Francis, Governor of Briel (“our general”), 22, 78, 169, 262, 303, 437.

— letters from, 3, 53, 363.

— his man on his way to Holland, 13.

— action with regard to the companies for Ireland, 23, 36 (2), 37, 38, 40, 59, 65.

— regiment of, pay from the States General due, dispute about. &c., 40, 41, 42, 97, 98.

— his ingratitude to the Earl of Essex referred to, 64.

— advance of his followers, his greatness, etc., 65.

— relations with Sir Thomas Knollys, 65, 123, 124.

— and the cashiering of certain English captains, 70.

— his relations with the States General, neglect of his government of Briel, &c., 123, 124.

— his reputation and devotion to Cecil, &c., 252.

— called over, for defence, 289.

— troops of, brought over, for defence, probability of no necessity to disembark them, 318.

— his presence desired, 338.

— his forwardness to be doing with the enemy, 357.

— quarrel with Sir H. Docwra, 363.

— return from the Low Countries, &c., 401.

Sir Horace, 36, 59.

Vergil, Polidore, quoted, 202.

Vernon, Sir Robert, 439.

Verona, 381.

Viana, plague in, 172.

Victualling of the forces in Ireland, ships, &c., 88, 96, 110, 222, 256, 257, 303, 307, 336, 351, 435.

Villa Nova, 57.

Villanova, Don Juan de, letter to, 283.

Villars :

Admiral, 127.

Mons. de, Governor of “Newhaven,” letter to, from the French King, 190.

Villeroy, Villeroi, Mons., 5, 305, 343.

Vinare or Vivarri, Miguel de, letters from, 135, 312.

Vivian (Vyvyan, Vivion, Vinion) :

— of the Inner Temple, 311.

Hannibal, letters from, 311, 316.

Mr., 228.

Mr., at the Court, 207.

Voorne, in Holland, 169.

Voorne Island, letter dated at, 252.

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

Vuendra, Conde de, 135.

W

Waad (Wade), William, 28, 29, 68, 204, 206, 221, 238, 239, 252, 319, 433.

letters from, 208, 214, 345.

letter to, 214.

Waddam, Mr., of Merefeilde, Somerset, 400.

Wade, Robt., bailiff of Colchester, letters signed by, 200, 396.

Wake, Henry, letter from, 302.

the Queen's displeasure with, 306.

suggested as the author of a slanderous report, 314.

Wakefield, in Yorkshire, 320.

Wakering, Gilbert, escheator of the county of Suffolk, 63.

Walbronn, in Yorkshire, letter dated at, 419.

Wales, appointment of a judge for, 84.

Council of the Marches of, 400, 415.

— precedent from the Instructions for, 257.

— members of, 257.

Lord Lieutenant of, 313.

Receiver of the Revenues in Marches of, 196.

Walker, Henry, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Walkewood, Anthony, 397.

Wallace :

— “an uncle” in France, 149.

James, from the West of Scotland, 149.

Wallachia, Prince of, 219.

wars, &c., in, 219.

Wallis, Robert, Mayor of Cambridge, 434.

Walloon dress, a disguise, 84.

Wallop, Wallope, Whallop :

Sir Henry, a letter of, referred to, 56.

— death of, 134.

— agents or deputy of, 183, 232, 440.

— accounts of, 430, 440.

Sir H., the son, letters from, 272, 436.

Sir Henry, 433.

Walmisley (Walmsley, Wamsley), Mr. Justice, 96, 242, 253.

Walpole, Father, 108.

Walsh :

James, 121, 280.

Robert, 140.

Walshe, Sir Nicholas, of Waterford, 366.

Walsingham :

Sir Francis, mentioned, 61.

— an agent employed by, 86.

Lady, 19, 223.

— States General's debt to, 4.

Sir Thomas, an agent employed by, 157.

Walterston, letter dated at, 161.

Waltham, letters dated at, 295, 395.

Waltham Forest, deer in, 227.

Wansted, 158.

Waram, Mr., of Canterbury, 84.

Warbeck, Perkin, the parallel case of, cited, 203.

Warburton :

Peter, Serjeant at the Law, 396.

Thomas, letter from, 37.

Ward, Mr., 58, 223.

Ward ho on the coast of Lappia [Lapland], 349.

Wardhouse (Denmark), 89.

Wardman Anthony, 28 (2), 29.

letters from, 16, 26.

Wardour (Warder), 337.

Wardour, one, licence granted to, for exporting corn, 93.

Wardoure, Christopher, 387.

Wardrobe, the, letters dated at, 223, 314.

Wards, Court of, attorney of, 396.

mastership of, 173, 179.

Wards, commission concerning, referred to, 73.

Wardships, 46, 52, 177, 178, 180, 186, 207, 208, 212, 213, 215, 216, 222, 224 (2), 256, 346, 349, 355, 378.

Ware, James, Auditor for the wars in Ireland, 147.

Warmouthe, William, letter from, 34.

Warnell, letter dated at, &c., 251.

Warren :

Captain, 18, 19

John, mariner in H.M. ship, 218.

Sir H., 146.

Sir William, 145 (2), 330, 331.

— negotiations with the Earl of Tyrone, 364, 408.

Warwick :

Anne, Countess of, or Lady, 197, 290.

— letter from, 21.

— correspondence with the Earl of Essex, 298.

— rents to be paid to, 360.

Earl of, 247.

town of, letters dated at, 223, 253.

Washford in Ireland, 321.

Waterford, 267, 321.

troops sent to, 113.

merchants of, &c., 121.

letters dated at, 212, 213.

charges against persons in, 278, 279.

the “lawiersi” of, 278.

proceedings of the rebels in, 365.

loyalty of Corporation of, 366.

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

Sheriff of the bailiwick of, 365.

Waterhous, —, plotter of Ashfield's apprehension, 422.

Watson :

Captain G., letter from, 218.

J., letter from, 313.

the priest, escape of, 214.

W., letter from, 214.

Wattson, Mr., 272.

Wauton, George, letter from, 389.

Waynman, Wayneman, Captain Thomas. Provost Marshal in Ireland, 145, 146, 148.

Wayte :

Alexander, letter from, 132.

William, letter from, 286.

Weapons, pike and shot compared, 338.

Weather, references to the, 7, 144, 313, 409.

outrageous storms in the Channel, 335.

Weboro, projected siege of, 357.

Webster :

D., prebendary of Westminster, 182.

Dr., of the Church of St. Clement's, 199.

Richard, letter from, 216.

Thomas, 318.

— statement made by, 108.

Welbey, Henry, litigation with his half-brother William, 55.

Weldon :

Elizabeth, wardship of her son, 349.

Ralph, letter from, 349.

Welsh servant of the Dutch Ambassador, 370.

Wemyss (Wemis, Vemis), the laird of, 285.

Scottish ships laden with his horses, 403.

Wenman, Thomas, letter from, 307.

Wentworth :

late Lady, son of, 223.

Anne Lady, letter from, 215.

Lord, wardship of, 215.

Wesel, 4.

West, Sir Thomas, deputy lieutenant of Hampshire, 295, 330.

West Chester. See Chester.

West of England, state of gentry and people, &c., 323.

Western ports, corn in the, 103.

provision of victuals in the, 435.

West Indies, 243.

Westmeath, 146.

Sheriff of, 231.

the Lord Lieutenant's journey to the Borders of, 263.

Westminster, letters dated at, 70, 76, 110, 258, 376, 382, 388, 411.

City of, bailiff of, and deputies, 437.

burgesses of, watch kept by, 333.

the College at, letters dated at, 45, 182.

Gate House at, letter dated at, 382.

Liberty of, rating of men of, for soldiers, 14, 15.

H.M. Receipt in, the guarding of, with the monuments and records, 333.

Westmoreland, Earl of. See Neville.

West Ogwell, letter dated at, 133 (2).

Weste, Sir Thomas, 439.

Weston :

Mr., an alderman of Dublin, 32.

Sir Richard, 371 (2).

Sir William, 244.

Weyman, the question of the examination of, 227.

Interrogatories for, 230.

Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, 15.

Mayor of, 155.

— certain advertisements from, not credited, 335.

Wexford, 436.

sheriff of, kills a friend by mistake, 263.

Wharton. Philip Lord, 396.

What alarum,” a, in the country, 290.

Wheat, weight of, 221.

transportation of, 391.

Wheelocke, letter dated at, 393.

Wheler, John, letters from, 89, 319.

Whight, Anne, letter from, 55.

Whitby Strond, 68.

White, Whyte :

Dr., 235.

Edward, 286.

John, letter from, 222.

Mr., 163, 166.

— of Sandwich, 287.

White Knight, the, Irish rebel, 122, 268, 390.

Whitgift, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, letters from, 195, 262.

Whittingham, West House of, letter dated at, 136.

Whittington, George, examination of, 329, 330.

Whitto, Laird of (Simon Armstrong), one of the Scottish pledges, 17, 104, 105, 107.

Whitwell, Robert, of Newington, slanderous speeches of wife of, 350.

Wigan, 69.

letter dated at, 69.

Wigmore, Captain, 59.

Wilbraham, Raphe, letter from, 405.

Wilcocks, one, 175.

Wilford, Gloucester, 222.

Wilford, Wylsford :

Captain, 53.

James, Prebendary of York, 397.

Sir Thomas, 368.

— sent to the Downs, &c., 259.

— his defence against a charge of slackness in H.M. service, 276.

Wilkins, John, a soldier, 83.

William, the post for Brussels, 238.

Williams :

— goldsmith, 425.

John, of Weymouth, 155.

Mrs., 52.

Mr. Serjeant, deprecates being made Justice of Common Pleas, 45.

Philip, secretary to 1st Lord Burghley, 112.

Captain Tho., 146, 330.

Captain, commanding at Phillipstown, 232.

Williamson, Nicholas, 175.

letter from, 195.

Willies, Captain, of H.M.S. Advice, 253.

Willis, Wyllis :

—, 234.

Mr., Secretary to Sir Robert Cecil, letters to, 76, 84, 234, 311.

Willoughby :

Peregrine Lord, Lord Governor of Berwick, 189, 242, 307, 352, 396.

— letters to, 9, 241.

— letters from, 34, 37, 137, 422.

— the Queen's attitude towards, 10.

— precedency of, in the Council of the North, 258.

— Peregrine son of, travels in France, 241.

Mr., 6.

Willson, —, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Wilmott, Wvlmot :

Sir Ch., 145.

Mrs. or Lady, dealings with her creditors, 221.

— money due to her son, from the Queen, 221.

Wilson, William, of Bedford, 47.

Wilton, 246.

letters dated at, 350, 351.

Wilts, co. of, manors in, 150.

Wimbledon (Wimbleton), 173, 198, 246.

question of entertaining Her Majesty at, 71.

Winchester :

Bishop of, 126.

the Dean of, 37.

Lucy, Marchioness of, letters from, 31, 75, 197.

late Marquess of, base sons of, 197.

Windebank, Thomas, 242.

— letters from, 88, 223, 295, 368, 371.

Windsor, 195, 198, 246.

Windsor, Wyndsor, Wyndsour :

Captain, 146.

Lord, 373.

Mistress, 183.

Wines stayed at Chester, 86.

the impost of, 249.

Wingfield, Wynkefyld, Winfeilde, Wyngfelde, Wynckfyld :

Anthony, letter from, 179.

Sir Edward, Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 146, 147.

— sick and in great want, 365.

Jaques, 241, 248.

John, 437.

Robert, letters from, 53, 255.

Wingham, 84, 85.

Winifred, Sister, 251.

Winstead, letter dated at, 164.

Winter, Sir William, in Gloucestershire, 168.

Winwood (Winward), Mr., secretary to Sir H. Neville, 425.

Wirrall, troops embarked at, 113.

Wisbech, Catholic priests imprisoned at, 215.

Wise, Henry, vicar of Elsfield, 168.

Wiseman, Wyseman :

Edward or Ned, servant of the Earl of Essex, 125, 137, 144, 413.

— messenger from the Earl of Southampton, 173.

Robert, 9.

— letters from, 241, 244, 248.

Withepole, —, son of late Lady Wentworth, nephew of Sir J. Fortescue, 223.

Wittemberg, Duke of, letter from, referred to, 6.

Witton, letter dated at, 188.

Wode, Robert, letter signed, 163.

Wolsey, Cardinal, a reference to, 402.

Wolverston, Captain, 146, 330.

Wood, Edward, of Clare Hall, letter signed by, 419.

Woodforde, Sir John Fortescue's man, 314.

Woodhous, Woodhouse :

Tho., 6.

Sir William, 78, 214.

— pardon of, 208.

Woodlock, chief burgess of Westminster, 15.

Woodrington, 28.

Woodstock Castle, 267.

Wootton, 139.

Worlock, Captain, 56.

Worthington, —, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Wortley, Richard, 397.

Wost Hous, letter dated at, 337.

Wotton :

Sir Edward, 386.

— letters from, 50, 430.

Henry, letter from, 134.

Mr., 156.

Wragg, Richard, letter signed by, 103.

Wright :

prisoner in the Clinke, 295.

Jero., letter signed by, 369.

Mrs., aunt of Sir R. Cecil, 118.

Richard, one of H.M. gunners, certificate, 437.

Wriothesley, Henry, Earl of Southampton, 145, 331.

letters to, 125, 166, 173, 197, 245, 340, 438.

warrant appointing him Lord General of the Horse in Ireland, 133.

— sentiment in England with regard to his appointment, &c., 245.

his appeal for aid to R. Manners, 180.

the Queen's displeasure against, 197, 341.

a brave charge of horse under, 236.

his quarrel with Lord Grey, 341.

part taken by, in the interview between Essex and Tyrone, 384.

Writ-serving, 198.

Wroth, Wrothe, Robert, justice of Westminster, 15.

Sir Robert, 118, 181, 216.

— letter from, 227.

Wroxton, letter dated at, 215.

Wyer, river of, vessels in, 86.

Wylbram, Thomas, letter from, 393.

Wylles, Mr., cause in the Star Chamber, 143.

Wynckfild. See Wingfield.

Wyng, letter dated at, 332.

Wynne, Wynn, Wyn :

one, 175.

Captain, 145, 331.

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

Wythes :

Edward, letter from, 194.

John, of Copgrave, 194.

Y

Yale, David, Doctor of the Law, 396.

Yarmouth (Great), 163.

letters dated at, 226, 319.

a Genoese at, 127.

Bailiffs of, 319.

suspicious persons stayed at, 319.

officers of, give passports unwarrantably, 362.

Scots from, 382.

Yaxley, Captain, 37; 145, 330.

Yelverton, Mr. Serjeant, 390.

York, Archbishop of, and the diet of the Council of the North, 242. See also Hutton.

York Castle, Scottish Pledges in, 7, 16 (2) 66, 429.

— plot for escape of, 26, 28, 29, 104, 128.

St. George's Close in, 104.

York, City of, 235, 395.

letters dated at, 16, 26, 28 (2), 29, 31, 47, 67, 154, 157, 159, 164, 229, 242, 345, 363, 386, 420.

Alderman of, 209.

contribution of, towards ships for defence of the coast, 7.

the Council at. See North, Council of the.

H.M. Court at, the Sheriff's deputation for attendance of, question of the appointment, 398.

execution at, for maintenance of a seminary, 194.

a gaol delivery at, 31.

Lord Mayor of, 396.

Recorder of, 397.

York, county of (or Yorkshire), in a state of peace, 31.

state of religion in, 31

coast of, the landing place of disaffected persons on, 68.

— ships for defence of, on what part charged, &c., 139, 141.

— damage done by ships of Dunkirk on, 164.

commission for taking the musters in the three Ridings of, 149.

justices of the peace and gentlemen of, suggestion of a semi-private benevolence from, 150.

levies in, for Ireland, 46, 67.

— N. Riding, by whom conducted, 149.

— suggested method of raising light horsemen in, 150.

Roman Catholics or Recusants in, 320, 343, 344.

— a scheme to seize certain, 153.

— a mason, maker of secret hiding places for, 154.

riots in, 344.

state of the armour in, 344.

York, Province of, High Commissioners for, 396.

York House, vast and disordered, 412.

York (Yorke, Yoroke) :

Sir Edward, 150, 343.

— letter to, 194.

Francis, out of England without a licence, 206.

Yorkswould, 388.

Youghall (Yowgholl. Yoghall), 49, 182, 414.

Young, Yonge :

James, of the Coo, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

— letter signed by, 429.

John, 371.

Mr., Muster-master in Northamptonshire, 363.

Richard, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Z

Zanit, 102.

Zaragossa, 247.

Zeeland, 70.

English troops brought into, 65.

trading with, 124.

Zeland, Frauncis, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Zephelonia, 102.

Zouche, Zouch :

Edward, Lord, letters from, 302, 391, 416.

— letter to, 247.

— in Guernsey, 247, 302.

— journey into Denmark, &c., 416.

Rechert, letter signed by, 429.

Zubiaur (Sebears, Sebewr, Sebewres), Peter, Spanish commander, 90, 305.

movements of, 296, 297.



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