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'Index: A', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 589-591. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111886 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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Abbeville, a ship of, searched at Newcastle, 200.

Abergavenny, 126.

Achym, Thomas, letter from, 269.

Acton, letters dated at, 332, 378.

Adam, Robert, 440.

Adams, Barnard, letter from, 366.

Addenett (Adonett), Richard, of Lincolnshire, an informer, 565, 566.

petition from, 586.

Adderley, Richard, of Winchester, 64, 101.

Adderson, in Warwickshire, 123.

Addison, one, nicknamed “Wicked Will,” at Ostend, 452.

Adelantado, the. See Castile.

Admiral, the Lord High. See Howard, Charles.

Admiral Court,” 233.

Admiralty, Judge of. See Cæsar, Dr. Julius.

Adonett. See Addenett.

Aerschot (Aerscott), Brabant, 459.

Aestonne, Roger, gentleman of the King's Chamber in Scotland, 539.

Ague, 19.

Agosta,” 174.

Agucchio, Monsignor, probable successor to the bishopric of Montefiascone, 159.

Aguila (Aquilo), Don Juan d', commander of the Spanish forces in Ireland, 405, 526, 553.

Aiglionbie, Mr., lands leased by, etc., 241.

Aix, parliament at, 16.

Alabaster, William, letter from, 329.

Albaney, William, merchant, London, 8.

Albanian troops, 163.

Albany, Francis, wardship of, 493.

Albert, Archduke. See Austria.

Aldborough in Suffolk, bailiff of, 98.

Aldesey, Fulke, Alderman of Chester, 65.

Aldobrandini :

Cardinal, 158, 159, 172, 173.

Signor Giovanni Francesco, 158.

Aldsworth, Richard, merchant, 352.

Ale and beer, price of, 234.

Ale houses, recommendations for regulation of, 234.

Alessander :

Henry, 540.

Sigismond, 540.

Alexander the Great, an answer of, quoted, 15.

Alexander :

an apprentice, apprehension of, 50.

Mr., 58, 156, 282.

Mr., the escuyer, 214.

Alexandria, 408, 453.

Alford, Captain Lancelot, in charge of soldiers for Ireland, letters from, &c., 473, 474, 475, 502.

Algiers (Arger, Argier), 263, 327.

Basha of, betrayed by his wife, 289.

price paid for salt sold at, 378.

pasquil upon the retreat of Prince Doria from, 570.

Allan, William, 54.

Allein, Bartholomew, Mayor of Weymouth, letters from, 326, 328.

Allen :

—, 30, 329, 419.

Amy, 66.

Edward, 66.

Elias, 458.

Gregory, merchant, London, 8.

Henry, a petition of, referred to, 425.

John, 66.

John, 357.

—, letter from, 367.

May, 66.

Mrs., of Kilrodre, a letter to, 65, 66.

Alley, Emanuel, of Dover, letter from, 149.

Allison, a maid, 66.

Allsop, John, letter from, 513.

Allt-yr-ynys (Alterenes), Herefordshire, 245, 413.

letters dated at, 124, 162.

Almada (Almathoside), Portugal, 143.

Alphabeta, an, sent to Cecil, 90.

Alphonso, a Spaniard, Cecil warned of his evil reputation, 116.

Alte, 556.

Alterennes (Hereford). See Allt-yr-ynys.

Altham, —, the lawyer of Grays Inn, recommended for preferment, 468.

Amadis, Captain, caravel of, for service on the coast of Ireland, 407.

Amandus Polanus, “a modern author with a great name,” 7.

Amiens (Amyans), siege of, mentioned, 286.

Amsterdam, 174, 278.

a flyboat of, purchase of, etc., 377, 378.

Amyas (Amyce), Israel, Cecil's agent at Theobald's, 152.

letter from, 68.

— to, 248.

son of, 248.

Ancona, 172.

letter dated at, 216.

Anderson, Lord, suggested as likely to lend money, 397.

Andover, 100, 101.

Andrews (Andros). Lancelot, Canon of St. Paul's, afterwards Dean of Westminster, 233, 236, 246.

a would be successor to the London benefice of, 241.

letter from, 355.

question of his retaining a place at St. Paul's, 355, 407.

Anglesey, Isle of, 554.

the place of muster master in, vacant, 100.

soldiers levied in, their apparel described, 474.

Anker, Henreck van, merchant of Hamburg, report of, concerning pepper found aboard seized ships, 476, 477.

Anne Boleyn, Queen, mentioned, 133, 424.

property derived from, 386.

Anonymous lady, dreams and speeches overheard by, 133, 134, 135.

Anonymous letters, 91, 93.

Antonio, Don Simon, a Spanish commander, 305.

Antwerp, 21, 278, 352, 409.

letter dated at, 142.

arrival of the post from, mentioned, 293.

the governor of the castle at, 305.

merchants of, wagers as to the fall of Ostend, 360.

Jesuit College at, Rector of, letter to, 510.

Provincial of the Society of Jesus, letter to, 510.

Appleton, Henry, letter from, 347.

Apthorpe, letter dated at, 42.

Aqua fortis, 406.

Archangel, notes taken from letters from, 386, 387.

Archer, James, a Jesuit, a messenger to the Pope from the Earl of Tyrone, 121, 568.

Arden, John, 44, 87.

Ardern, Robert, letter from, 318.

Ards, Governor of, 372.

Aresen (Arens, Arrens), Cornelius, master of an Italian ship captured by the English, 118, 136, 177

Arger, Argier. See Algiers.

Argyle, Earl of. See Campbell.

Aria, Prince d', 289

Armada, the great, referred to, 553.

Armine, Armyng :

Hugh, Mayor of Hull, 367.

—, letter from, 152.

—, offender sent by, to York, 379

William, 440.

Armoury, the, 282.

Master of. See Lee, Sir Henry

Mastership of, formerly belonging to the Lieutenant of the Tower, otherwise disposed of, 169.

the, provision of swords belonging to, 551.

Army :

apparelling of, charge of misappropriation, 535, 536.

apparel of soldiers described, 474.

arms for, provision of, 409, 410.

embarkation, transport, &c., 24, 309, 313, 316, 319, 339, 347, 450, 455, 470, 471, 473 (2), 474, 475, 477, 481, 487, 488, 490, 491, 497.

— methods of transport, 439.

— the taking of soldiers in men-of-war objected to, 449.

horses unfit for service in, 496.

levies of soldiers for, 5, 431.

— cost of raising 7,000 men, 377.

— character of the, 473, 474, 481.

— in Devon, 496.

— in Herefordshire, petition for the command of, 544.

— of horse, 442, 446.

— Scottish levies for, 524, 525.

musters, necessity that soldiers should be in charge of the conductors, 423.

—, punishment for non-appearance at, 499.

number of the forces in Ireland, 405.

pay of officers and soldiers, 524, 525.

pressing for service in, warrant preventing desired, 515.

victualling of, 517, 518, 527, 533.

Army in Ireland. See Ireland.

Army in the Low Countries. See Low Countries.

Armyng. See Armine.

Arnold :

John, reputed son of Sir Nicholas Arnold, an adherent of the Earl of Essex, 123, 124, 125, 162.

alias Walkott, Dame Margaret or Lady, 124, 125, 126, 162.

Robert, 186.

Arrens, Cornelius. See Aresen.

Arthur, Capt. Patrick, conductor of soldiers for Ireland, 487, 490, 491.

letters from, 339, 480.

Arundel, Earl of. See Howard.

Ash, letter dated at, 520.

Ashburnham, 333.

Ashburton, 406.

letter dated at, 407.

Ashby (Asheby, Asshby, Assheby) :

elder and younger, terms to be offered to, 359.

Mr., Clerk of the Gentlemen Pensioners' band, 507.

Ashe, John, servant of, 542.

Ashen, —, desires to impart intelligence concerning the Low Countries, 548.

Ashepoll, Mr., preacher at St. Peter's Church at Leadenhall Corner, 47.

Asher, letter dated at, 395.

Ashfield, Sir Robert, knt., 95.

Ashley, Sir Anthony, Clerk of the Council, 537.

letters from, 17, 56.

family of, 17.

re-instated in office, 56.

Ashmores, 387.

Ashton (Asshetonn, Aston) :

Mr., one of the chaplains at Essex's execution, 83.

—, wishes for a prebend at Windsor, 169.

Mr., of Croston, 166.

Ralph, Justice of the Peace of Lancaster, 167.

—, letter to, 432.

Thomas, of Winchester, gentleman, examination of, 63, 65.

Askewe, George, a priest, confession of, 149.

Askwith, Asquith, William, wardship of, 379, 430.

Aslibe :

Mrs., of Skytter in Lincolnshire, accused of harbouring Jesuits, 437.

William, 437.

Aspall, James, 66.

Astley, 98.

Aston, Mr., of Craster, son of, a priest, 168.

Aston, letter dated at, 409, 516.

Astwell, letter dated at, 206.

Athanasian Creed, mention of, 94.

Athow, Nicholas, letter from, 538.

Atkinson :

Anthony, letter from, 396.

David, 268.

—, a witness against Stephen Michell, 267.

alias Corners, one, a priest, escape from Lancaster gaol, 123.

Atkyns, Richard, letter from, 18.

Atterborne, George, 116.

Attorney-General, the. See Coke.

Aubre, Dr. William, wife of, 357.

Aubrey, John, examination of, 143, 144.

Auditor of the Rates, Mr., 341.

Audley, Lord. See Touchet.

Augusta,” letter from, mentioned, 147.

Augustin, Don, 335.

Aurich (Auryck), 238.

Austin Friars. See London and Westminster Places.

Austria, Archduke Albert of, “the Cardinal,” 54, 249, 254, 461, 308, 336.

Italian and other troops sent to, 7, 143, 158, 267.

reported weakness of the army of, 221.

before Ostend, 261, 263, 273, 278, 280, 293, 303, 305, 316, 335, 348–350, 354, 358, 359, 381, 394, 451, 452, 522, 523, 534, 535.

lancers of the troop of, charge made by, 262.

money promised to, in connexion with the siege of Ostend, 278.

allowance made to English deserters in his camp, 322.

supposed route for reinforcements for, 333.

a messenger from, comes to Calais, 367.

exchanges compliments with the French King, 377.

letter to, mentioned, 510, 512.

rumoured movements of, 581.

Austria, Archduke Ferdinand of, 158.

Austria. House of, a proposed alliance with Russia, deprecated, 388.

Auvergne, the Count of, former Grand Prior of France, accompanies Marshal Biron, 381.

Avila :

Don Alfonso d', an Italian of the regiment of, report given by, 263.

Don Luis Bernardo d', governor of Berck, 305, 337.

—, dangerously wounded, 249.

—, answer of, to a summons, 286.

Aylesbury, letter dated at —, 297.

Ayleston, pasture land in, a dispute concerning, 575.

Ayscoughe, Edward, 440.

Ayshe, William, of Devon, letter from, 570.

Awbery, Morgan, 113.

Awbrey, John, of Cardiff, examination of, 143.

Azores, the, Spanish garrison brought from, 304.