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'Index: C', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 597-605. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111888 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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Cadiz (Cales), Spain, 42, 75, 293, 305, 371.

stones brought from, 38.

speeches overheard in the streets of, 134.

expedition to, an account of provisions taken in, 426.

prisoner carried away from, release asked for, 570.

Caen stone, bought for the repair of St. Paul's, offered as a present to Cecil, 362.

Cæsar, Dr. or Sir Julius, Judge of the Admiralty, Master of the Court of Requests, 201, 332, 569.

letter from, 233.

examines prisoners in the Counter, 93.

lameness of, 217.

Calais (Callays), 85, 100, 115, 118, 131, 148, 149, 150, 170, 216, 271, 293, 303, 315, 346, 356, 357, 367, 381, 427, 450 (2), 533.

letters dated at or from, 199, 280, 548.

French King at, 352, 357, 358.

French troops in readiness at, 360.

Governor of, mentioned, 21.

—, continual correspondence of the French Ambassador with, 131.

wagers laid in, 254.

loss of, referred to, 315.

movements of ships of, 352.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Calico (calekoo) lawn, found in a prize, 471.

Calne, letters dated at, 269, 285.

bailiff of, letter from, 285.

“post” or postmaster of, 285.

—, an assault on his boy, 269, 285.

Cambell, Thomas, Alderman of London, 7.

Cambrics, question concerning custom duties on, 210.

Cambridge, 157, 246, 316.

letters dated at, 339, 455, 488.

Alderman of, 289.

Mayor of. See Chase. See Yaxley.

late Mayor of. See Norkott.

Mayors, Bailiffs and Burgesses of, statement of wrongs done to the University by, 186–188.

Tolbooth, keeper of, 187.

Cambridge University, 289.

Vice-Chancellor of, letter from, 488; and see Jegon.

the Vice-Chancellor and Proctors of, letter from, 454.

—, letter to, 315.

Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of, statement of wrongs done to, 186–188.

proctors of, 105, 289, 455.

appointment of proctor, 339, 340.

Trinity College, Dublin, said to be an offspring of, 258.

Colleges of :

Clare Hall, mastership of, 115.

Jesus College, letters dated at, 105, 119.

—, Master of, 105.

King's College, 576.

Peterhouse, letter dated at, 340.

—, Fellows of, letter from, 339.

St. John's, Master of, 576.

—, a parsonage in the gift of, suitor for, 576.

Trinity College, 118.

—, Master and Fellows of, letter from, 458.

—, recommendation to, desired, 149.

Camerino, bishopric of, 172.

Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Argyle, a messenger from, to Lord Mountjoy, in Ireland, 195.

alleged search for the murderer of the cousin-german of, 184.

secretary of, examined at Beaumaris, 184.

letter directed to, sent to Cecil, 193.

the Queen's pleasure concerning horses for, 228.

Campion :

Abraham, letter from, 493.

William, 493.

Cane [or Care], Jasper, 323.

Candie, 454.

Candy wines and oil, 579.

“Cant” windows, 385.

Cante, the, 477.

Canterbury, 374.

letters dated at, 5, 151, 375.

School, a scholar of, 5.

Canterbury, Archbishop of. See Whitgift.

Dean and Chapter of, 538.

Cape Prior, 577.

Capell :

Sir Arthur, letters from, 103, 239, 420, 457, 532.

—, father of many sons, 457.

Edward, son of, 239.

—, desires to serve under Sir Francis Vere, 103.

—, petitions for, 420, 457, 532.

Cardiff, 143, 554.

Cardiffe, Mr., Serjeant-at-Law in Ireland, 354.

Cardigan, county of, men from, non-arrival at Bristol, 341.

particulars concerning mustering in, 460.

Cardin, Fernando, Jesuit, 527.

Cardinal, the. See Austria, Albert, Archduke of.

Cardington, near Dundalk, 476.

Cardinus, Ferdinand, letter from, 510.

Carew (Carewe, Carey) :

Anne, letter from, 500.

—, son of, mention of, 500.

Sir Francis, letter from, 190.

Sir George, Master of the Ordnance in the Cadiz expedition, 426, 560.

—, Lord President of Munster, 25, 240, 429, 581.

—, letter to, 25.

—, affairs at Limerick, 145, 217.

—, prisoners delivered over by, 354.

—, proposals made by, 384, 385.

—, letter from, 572.

—, niece of, is the wife of Sir Thomas Wylsford's son, 82.

Sir Henry, 44, 86, 103, 214, 536, 540.

—, a letter in favour of, 68.

—, an elder brother of, mentioned, 68.

Carey (Cary, Carew) :

George, 2nd Lord Hunsdon, Lord Chamberlain, 100.

—, letters from, 219, 231, 312, 355, 498, 550.

—, letters to, 69, 269.

Sir George, Treasurer at Wars in Ireland, 149.

—, servant of, 65.

—, Cuffe's debt to, 117.

—, the matter of Mr. Pyne, 147.

—, arrangements for payment of monies to, 165.

—, letter from, 196.

—, a commission for his accounts, 384.

Sir John, deputy-Governor of Berwick, 155, 209, 254, 450.

—, to be sent to assist Lord Willoughby, 245.

—, letter from, 415.

—, money annually paid to, 541.

Richard, letters from, 489, 541.

Sir Robert, Warden of the Middle March, 229, 399.

—, grievance against Lord Willoughby, 15.

—, Pury Ogilvy a prisoner in the hands of, 15, 22.

—, letters to, 28, 155, 203, 290.

—, letters from, 84, 90.

—, touching his leave of absence, &c., 29, 84.

—, a suspicious person in the wardenry of, 309.

—, good government of, referred to, 345.

—, note concerning his tenure of the Queen's land, &c., 541.

Carys, the, and the Earl of Oxford, 510.

Carillo, Don Luis de, 568.

letter from, 531.

his agreement with Peter Strong, 121.

Carlingford, 548.

Carlisle (Carlel, Carlile, Carlill) :

letters dated at, 132, 241, 277, 398, 399.

carrier of, 132.

an abuse in, 241.

troops to be paid at, 254.

escape of prisoners from, 275.

Scotch goods taken at, restitution of, 550.

Bishop of. See Robinson.

Cathedral lands, an ill tenant of, 241.

Chapter of, members of, 240.

Dean of, to be burgess for Ripon, 442.

Deans of, usually absent, 241.

diocese of, recusants in, 310, 317.

—, number of horse sent for service in Ireland by, 442.

Carltons, the two brothers, disorderly conduct in the Borders, 235, 582.

—, description of, &c., 275.

—, execution of, confessions, &c. 295.

Carmagnola, 159.

Carmarden (Carmardine, Carmarthen), Richard, Alderman, 116, 131, 478.

letters from, 210 (2), 345, 497.

statement of services performed by, 345.

Carmarthen, county of, 93.

Carmichael (Carmighell), Sir John, alleged harbourers of the murderers of, 398, 524.

Carodutius, Vice-Chancellor to the Emperor, 513.

Caron (Carowne), Mons. or Sir Noel de, 558.

letters from, 284, 310, 509.

letters from, referred to, 221, 362.

letter to, 376.

particulars of the suit of, 583.

Carpenter :

Francis, Serjeant Major of Ostend, munitions in the charge of, 180.

James, servant of Sir Stephen Thornhurst, 325.

Carr. See Kerr.

Carre :

Edward, 440.

William, 440.

Mrs., 124.

Carrickfergus (Knockfergus, &c.), 20, 65, 474, 475, 525.

Governor of. See Chichester.

Carter, Robert, Feodary of Herts, letter from, 425.

Carthagena fleet, the, mentioned, 213.

Carwardine, Thomas, 146.

Cary. See Carew. See Carey.

Casbourgh, 357.

Castle Bromwich, co. Warwick, 387.

Castle Haven, near Kinsale, landing of Spanish troops at, etc., 526.

Castile, the Adelantado (Lantado, etc.) of (don Martin de Padilla), 115, 548, 553, 554.

commissioned by the King of Spain to arrest ships, 118.

Castro, Countess of, marriage of daughter of, 159.

Catalano, Raymond, canonization of, 172.

Catalonia, ports in, 327.

Catesby (Catsby, &c.), Robert, 37, 44, 86, 214.

letter to, 355.

petition for the gift of the fine imposed on, 311.

letter from, 541.

Catholic priest, a, unnamed, alleged plot against the Queen, 269.

Catholics. See Roman Catholics.

Catiline army, phrase applied to the Essex Conspiracy, 138, 234.

Catrici (Catryce), Colonel la, 335.

mortally wounded at Ostend, 380.

Catterall, Henry, Mayor of Preston, in Amounderness, letter from, 443.

Cauley, —, 500, 510.

Cause :

Henery de, of Rouen, 574.

Peare de, of Rouen, 574.

Cawoode, Thomas, letter from, 112.

Cecil (Cecyll) :

Capt. or Col. Edward (nephew of Sir Robert Cecil), letters from, 288, 305.

—, commanding a company at Ostend, 261, 337.

—, movements of, &c., 287, 288, 291, 293, 305.

—, Sir R. Cecil's kindness to, 295.

—, complaint against, 562.

—, brother of the Marchioness of Winchester, 594.

Lady Frances (daughter of Sir Robert Cecil), 440.

Philip, servant to William Cecil, 245.

Cecil, Sir Robert, principal Secretary of State, Master of the Court of Wards, &c., 70, 93, 103, 111, 148, 149, 154, 204, 259, 269, 279, 577.

letters from, 14, 28, 155, 184, 198, 203, 213, 260, 271, 290 (2), 315, 321, 344, 353, 376, 381, 394, 406, 414, 502, 524, 537, 541.

letters from, to Nicolson relating to Scottish affairs, 21, 137, 227, 404, 416, 524.

letters to, passim.

offices of :

High Steward of Kingston-upon-Hull, 588.

Master of the Game, 149.

offered Chancellorship of Trinity College, Dublin, 257.

as Arbitrator, 584.

a commissioner to examine into monopolies, 324.

question of the High Stewardship of Reading, 372.

presents made to, &c., 5, 13, 26, 27, 239, 312, 314, 339, 340, 386, 389, 432, 434, 457, 505, 510.

eulogies of his public conduct, &c., 5, 433, 506.

as godparent, 17, 501, 503, 509.

matters connected with his manors and other properties, 19, 152, 177, 248, 300, 333, 359, 368.

and Powrie Ogilvy, 28, 29.

slanderous speeches and writings concerning, 38, 124, 125, 126, 148, 170, 178, 191, 268, 285, 389, 574.

visions concerning, 133.

matters connected with the building of his house, 171, 343, 349, 358, 362, 404, 412, 532.

Sir H. Neville professes to owe him his life, 273.

custom of velvets, &c., in farm to, 318.

willingness to bear a portion of the cost of improving the Street of Westminster, 321.

jewels for the inspection of, 338.

burgess-ships for parliament placed at disposal of, 401, 405.

quarterly allowance drawn from the Treasury, 404.

seldom repairs to London, 420.

alleged plot for his assassination, 431.

asked to attend a case in the Star Chamber, 470.

proceedings in Parliament, 485.

a mercantile adventure of, 539, 540.

mother of, referred to, 433.

son of. See Cecil, William.

daughter of. See Cecil, Lady Frances.

brother of. See Cecil, Thomas.

brother-in-law of. See Brooke.

sisters and nieces of, mentioned, 152.

aunt of. See Russell, Countess Dowager of.

nephew of. See Cecil, Capt. Ed.

nieces of. See Hatton, Lady. See Derby, Lady.

chaplain of. See Chadwick, Jordan.

manor of. See Hasebury.

Cecil :

Thomas, 2nd Lord Burghley, Lord President of the Council of the North, 41, 142, 232, 247, 375, 409.

—, letters from, 99, 149, 173, 174, 188, 233, 235, 275, 294, 379, 382, 400, 403, 442, 475.

—, part taken by, in suppressing Essex's rebellion, 31, 46.

—, the Queen to dine with, at Wimbledon, 174.

—, his views with regard to peace, 295.

—, complains that the levying of horse in the North was not left to him, 442.

Sir William, first Lord Burghley, references to, 5, 129, 144, 205, 209, 232, 233, 359, 375, 430, 433, 519.

—, first Chancellor of Trinity College, Dublin, 257, 258.

William, Lord Ros or Roos, lands belonging to, petition concerning, 269.

William, of Allt-yr-ynys, servant of, 245.

William, son of Sir Robert, 312, 389, 440.

—, religious training of, 148.

—, “my little jewel,” 430.

Cecil House. See London Places.

Cecils (Cissels), the, a speech concerning, 586.

Celis, Cardinal, 173.

Cerrano, Governor of Sluys, sent as a hostage into Ostend, 522.

Cezimbra (Sesember), town of, 143.

Chaderton, William, Bishop of Lincoln, 565.

Chadwick, Jordan, chaplain of Sir R. Cecil, 542.

letters from, 145, 542.

Chalice, a, description of, 406.

Chamberlain, the Lord. See Carey, George, Lord Hunsdon.

Chambery, surrendered, 158.

Castle of, mine discovered in, 172.

Champion :

John, 96.

Richard, merchant, London, 8.

Chancellor, the Lord. See Hatton.

Chancellor, Mr., proceedings in parliament, 483.

Chancery, a cause to be heard in, 518.

Chandos (Chandois), William, Lord, Councillor for the March of Wales, 103, 567.

letter from, 220.

Channel, the, 332.

Chapell, John, letter signed by, 499.

Charlewood, Anthony, examination of, 170.

Charon, 287.

Chartley :

Lord Essex's house and park at, 34.

park, keeper of, 128.

Chase, Mr., Mayor of Cambridge, 187, 188.

Chatham, letters dated at, 346, 449.

Chatillon (Chattilion, Chastillion, &c.), Mons. Colonel of the French, in command of troops for Ostend, movements of, &c., 336, 342, 346, 347, 348, 350.

wounded before Rhyn-Berke, 249.

Chatterton, Captain, 117.

Chelsea (Chelsey), letters dated at, 110, 176, 294.

timber and stone belonging to Sir Robert Cecil at, 171.

the Queen's rude reception at the Earl of Lincoln's house at, 184.

Chenies ? (Shenys), Bucks, letter dated at, 533.

Chequer, the, an Inn, expensiveness of, 299.

Cherry, Francis, letters from, 347, 386, 393.

Chertsey, Constable of, 170.

Chester :

Bishop of. See Vaughan, Richard.

Dean of, charge against, 167.

Chief Justice of. See Shuttleworth.

Justice of. See Lewknore.

diocese of, number of horse sent for service in Ireland by, 442.

Chester, county of, 78.

lands in, 300.

petition for the office of escheator of, 300.

the wells in, mentioned, 110.

Chester (Westchester), city of, 65, 335, 390, 391, 425, 502, 531.

letters dated at, 24, 62, 105, 123, 168, 294, 474 (2), 475 (2), 488.

Aldermen of, 65.

a priest imprisoned at, 390.

embarkation of troops from, 5, 24, 473, 474.

exchange of money in, advocated, 23.

relations with Liverpool, 465, 466.

Vice Chamberlain of, charge against, 167.

Mayor of. See Brerewood. See Bavand, See Ratclyff.

Chichester, Sir Arthur, Governor of Carrickfergus and of the Route and the Glynns (Ulster), 65, 197, 524.

letter to, 19.

reference to wife of, 19.

Chief Baron, the Lord. See Periam.

Chippenham, the clergyman of a church near, accused of assault, 269.

Chokke, William, conductor of men and horses to Ireland, 534.

Chollerton, Lancashire, 505.

Cholmley (Chomly) :

Henry, 440, 586.

—, claims the mustering of troops of Whitby Strand, 40.

Sir Hugh, heir of, wardship of, 389, 463.

Lady, petition for wardship of her son, 463.

Richard, 44, 87, 214, 456.

—, Sir Posthumus Hoby's statement against, 39.

Chopwell, in the bishopric of Durham, 10.

Christmas pie, mentioned, 530.

Church, Doctor, 187.

Chylo, 213.

Cigala (Cicala) :

the Bassa, 582.

Count Carlo, brother of the Bassa Cigala, 297, 327.

—, fragment of letter referring to a request made by, 582.

Cinnabar,” 406.

Cinque Ports, 493.

Lord Warden of. See Brooke, Lord Cobham.

Civell, Cyvell. See Seville.

Clarendon (Claringdon) Park, Wilts., 199.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk) :

Andrew, of Leydge, 372, 385.

Dr., Judge of the Court of Arches, an attempt to bribe, 223.

Mr., house of, 50.

Robert, Baron of the Exchequer, 116.

—, letter from, 237.

Clarke's Alley on the Bankside, letter dated at, 50.

Clapham, letters dated at, 284, 509.

Clapton, —, the Receiver at Carlisle, 254.

Clay (Claye), George, a servant of the Bishop of Carlisle, 277.

letter from, 299.

Clayton, Sussex, 504.

Cleero, 134.

Clement VIII., Pope, 289, 504.

intelligence concerning proceedings of, 158.

procession of, 171.

assurances given to ambassador sent from Venice to, 172, 173.

intended bull of, for imposition of tenths throughout Italy, 173

interview of the Persian Ambassador with, 173.

reception of the Persian “Ambassador of the English nation,” 173, 216.

rumour of the marriage of the King of France to the niece of, 568.

Cleonard's Hebrew Grammar, mention of, 109.

Clerck, a Romish priest, 363.

Clerkenwell, 357.

letter dated at, 470.

Cleves, Duke of, 337.

recommencement of negotiations with, 380.

Cleyburne, Thomas, 515.

Clifford (Clyfford) :

Sir Coniers (Coneres), 179.

George, Earl of Cumberland, 286, 381, 382, 540, 544.

—, letter from, 383.

—, and Essex's Rebellion, 31, 59, 60.

—, is present at Lord Essex's execution, 83.

—, a brief of a licence to be granted to, 326.

Mr., 232.

—, H. M.'s letter of admittance to the Council of York desired for, 236.

Mary, Lady, letter from, 92.

—, a debt to, 113.

Clink (Clynk), the, prison, 365.

prisoner in, 569.

prisoners in, mass said by, 363.

Clinton, Henry de, Earl of Lincoln, letters from, 29, 38, 41, 127, 171, 189, 211, 448.

letter to, 184.

desires two stones belonging to Sir Gelly Meyrick, 38, 171.

repayments of debt to Sir R. Cecil, 171, 448.

incivility of his servants to the Queen, 184, 189.

extreme poverty of, 211.

son of, 171, 448.

children of, mentioned, 449.

a letter of, reference to, 566.

Clodocks Church (Hereford), 126.

Clyfford. See Clifford.

Coach, a journey by, 441.

Cobham, Earl of. See Brooke.

family of, pedigree of, from Edward I., 400.

Cobley Walk, 129.

Cochineal (“Scottgineall”), found in a captured Spanish frigate, 570.

Cock, Sir Henry, Cofferer of the Household, 54.

arrears of rent, &c., owed by, 248.

Cockeyne (Cocken), Edward, High Sheriff of Derbyshire, 223.

Cocks, Richard, 557.

Coinage, 3, 23, 102, 508, 542.

in Ireland, referred to, 418.

in Scotland, 418.

Coke (Coocke) :

Sir Edward, Attorney-General, 37, 125, 136, 232, 324, 325.

—, letters from, 24, 53, 65, 80, 275, 289, 332, 373, 450, 572.

—, examination of priests by, 166.

—, wife of, attendance on the Queen, 332.

William, 125. See also Cook.

Colbrooke, 43.

letter dated at, 397.

Colchester, Archdeacon of, horse belonging to, unfitness for H. M.'s service, 496.

Cole :

Aldias, a scholar of Cambridge, 118.

Mr., of Hull, desired recommendation for the son of, 149.

Nathanael, of Trinity College, letter signed by, 458.

Cole harbour, 502.

Colfox, Charles, servant to Edmund Eaton, 441.

Colles, Master, 212.

Colley, —, wardship of, 407.

Collingwood, Henry, Luke, and Oswald, of Etall, complaint against, 585.

Collom, Captain, 95.

Colly (Collie) :

Anthony, of Glason, Rutland, heir of, wardship of, 359.

James, curate of Mansfield Woodhouse, apprehension of, 178.

Cologne, 122, 174.

letter dated at, 174.

Colonna, Signor Marzio, marriage of his son, 159.

Comaford. See Comerford.

Comans (Coamans), Mons., bearer of despatches, 393.

arrives at Calais, 450 (2).

Combe, letter dated at, 205.

Comerford (Comaford) :

Justice Ger., letter from, 25.

Robert, servant of, 120.

Thomas, merchant at Waterford, 120. See also Cumberford

Common Pleas, a puisne judge of the, complaint against, 423.

Compasses, device for finding the variation of, 4.

Compton, [William] Lord, 540.

is present at Essex's execution, 83.

a servant of, the matter of, 283, 284.

Comptroller, Mr. See Knollys.

Concealed lands, fine for composition, 206.

Condatho (? mountain) in Spain, 42.

Conden, Thomas, 87.

—, father of, mention of, 114.

Coningsby (Conyngesbye, Conisbye, Cunnisby) :

one, chief conspirator in a plot to deliver up Ostend, to the enemy, 452, 458.

Ralph, letter from, 102.

Sir Thomas, appointed steward of Leominster, 114.

—, letters from, 114, 160, 441.

Mr., 542.

Connaught, 301, 552.

compositions to be raised in, 384.

Governor's place of, sentiment concerning, 226.

Chief Justice of the province of, recommendation for the place of, desired, 354.

rebels of, a wish that they might be dealt with by the E. of Thomond, 219.

Connors, the, Capt. Lea supplies them with necessaries, 98.

Connoughway, Captain, heir of, 96.

Conquett, 219.

Conradus, this bearer, 412.

Constable :

D., brother of Sir W., 103.

John, letter from, 438.

—, late of Waston, examination of, 437.

Sir Robert, referred to, 560.

Sir William, 44, 86, 103, 214.

—, letters from, 191, 323.

—, estate of, Cecil's favour asked for, 183.

William, 10.

Constantinople, English ships laden with powder sent to, 111.

Patriarch of, a Franciscan, appointed Bishop of Patti, 173.

plague at, 289.

Conway, Sir John, letter from, 252.

Conyers :

Mr. Auditor, 142.

—, deputy to Richard Musgrave at Berwick, 217.

Conyngesbye. See Coningsby.

Coodhill, letter dated at, 519.

Coocke. See Coke.

Cook(e) (Coke) :

Sir Anthony, 490, 491.

—, letters from, 354, 393, 487.

—, suit of his wife for, 310.

—, illness of the daughter of, 393.

—, a mishap to, 393.

—, departure for Ireland, &c., 468, 487.

Avis, Lady, letter from, 310.

Edward, bearer of a letter, 152.

Henry, servant to Mr. Baron Savile, petitions for a wardship, 252.

John, servant of, picks up a writing in his entry, 104.

one, son of, servant to Mr. Philip Gifford, 64.

—, wife of, attends mass, 363.

William, 162.

—, letter from, 169. See also Coke.

Coope, Walter, directions from Sir Gelly Meyrick sent to, 113.

Coote, Cha., letter from, 177.

Cope (Coape) :

Sir Anthony, 343.

—, letter from, 392.

—, wife of, referred to, 392.

Mr., house of, letter dated at, 543.

Walter or Mr., 210, 463, 495, 542.

—, feodary, 486.

—, letters from, 70, 111, 396, 538, 541.

Coplestone, —, of Dorset, 199.

Copping :

Gregory, of Norfolk, wardship of the sisters and heirs of, 410.

Thomas, 410.

Coppinger, John, Mayor of Cork, letter from, 532.

Corbett, Robert, a witness, 284, 285.

Cordage, 26.

Cork (Corck), 79, 118, 411, 414, 428, 429, 471, 488, 587.

letters dated at, 217, 330, 391, 532.

bank master at, complaint against, 587.

men appointed for the defence of, 353.

a packet of letters from, 236.

Mayor of. See Coppinger. See Meade.

County of, list of undertakers in, 95.

Cornelio, Signor, 111.

Cornerd, Suffolk, 499.

Cornwall, inhabitants of, contributions to fortification of Plymouth, 10.

Vice-Admiral of, 425.

Cornwallis (Cornwaleys, &c.) :

Mr., 439.

Lady, 365.

Sir Thomas, letter from, 223.

—, daughter of, question in the Court of Arches concerning her marriage, 223.

Sir William, letters from, 397, 543 (2).

—, the Queen purposes to visit, poverty of, &c., 174, 175.

—, illness of the wife of, mentioned, 543.

Corry Castle, 74.

Corsini :

Bartolommeo, 2.

Camillo, 2.

Filippo, letter from, 2.

Cortney, one, an English gentleman, adventures of, 415, 416.

Corunna (La Coruna). See Groyne, the.

Cossacks (“Casshacks”) with the Duke Charles at Riga, 435.

Costero, Francis, of the Society of Jesus, Antwerp, letter to, 510.

Cotes (Coates), Lieutenant, 319, 412.

Cotton :

George, alias George Pooley, son of Richard Cotton, 302.

—, confession of, 278.

Henry, Bishop of Salisbury, 437.

—, letters from, 75, 234.

—, complaints concerning the infringement of the rights of, 234, 235.

—, custody of the records of, 234.

Philippe, letter from, 467.

—, children of, mentioned, 467.

Richard, of Bedhampton, confession of the son of, 278.

William, Bishop of Exeter, letters from, 26, 182.

—, mentioned, 401, 443.

Couke Hill, letter dated at, 532.

Council, the. See Privy Council.

Court, the, Essex's proposition to seize, 69.

the sermon at, 162.

Courtenay, Sir William, 95.

Coventry, letter dated at, 119.

Covert, Capt. Humfrey, 62, 65, 543.

late Controller of the Musters at Loughfoile, 340.

Covill, Thomas, keeper of Lancaster gaol, allows prisoners to escape, 123.

Cox, Mr., 190.

Coxe, one, of Newcastle, wrongs committed by, &c., 574.

Cowmar, one, porter of the house of Drayton Basset, 123.

Cowper, Isaack, bailiff, letter from, 319.

Crackoe, 337.

Craffes, Captain, an Englishman at the Groyne, 6.

Craforde, Robert, 543.

Crampton, Thomas, 44.

Cranborne, Dorset, 3, 19, 333.

Cranborne, Alderholt (Dorset), manor of, 19.

Cranborne Chase, 14.

petition concerning a walk in, 129.

Cranborne priory, occupation of, 17.

Cranmer, —, 552.

Craster, Aston of, a false name, 166.

Craven, late Sheriff, 397.

Crawford, Hew, 351.

Creach, Somerset, land at, 390.

Cream, T., 187.

Cremona, certain unnamed persons at, 164.

Crendon Withall, rectory of, 324.

Crequy, Sieur de, son-in-law of Mons. de Lesdiguières, 439.

Creswell :

John, Deputy Recorder of Leominster, letter from, 114.

John, of Creswell, Northumberland, heir of, a ward, 446.

Crickadarn (Crycadarne), Brecknockshire, 132.

Croatia, 173.

Spanish troops sent into, 158.

Croft :

Alexander, 544.

William, 310.

Croft (Heref.), letter dated at, 413

Crofts (Croftes) :

Capt., 121, 309, 337, 347, 527.

—, letter from, 544.

Herbert, 114 (2), 225.

—, Councillor for the March of Wales, 567.

—, letters from, 61, 413.

—, letter to, 252.

Croisic (Crosic), 531.

Croke :

Cuthbert, innkeeper, 325.

John, Recorder of London, letters from, 50, 66, 242.

—, examinations taken before, 67.

John, horse belonging to, unfitness for H. M.'s service, 496.

Croke Haven, 555.

Crompton, Thomas, 87, 157, 214.

Cromwell :

Edward, Lord, 44, 214.

—, letters from, 313, 356, 434.

—, a prisoner at the house of Sir John Fortescue, 37.

—, committed, 102.

—, father-in-law of, 313.

Sir Henry, 261.

—, wife and family of, 313, 356.

Oliver, son of Sir Henry, a suitor for the hand of Lady Palavicini, recommendations of, 260, 261.

—, letter to, 502.

Crook (Croke) John, letters from, 320, 327.

Crosby (Crosbie) :

Patrick, 217, 411.

—, letters delivered to, for the Lord President of Munster, 142.

Mr., 557.

Crosby Ravensworth, Westmoreland, 6.

Cross(e), Sir Robert, knt., 182.

letter from, 66.

Croston, 166.

Crown, Clerk of the, 116.

Croydon (Croiden), 195.

letters dated at, 8, 220, 232.

Crozon (Croydon) in Brittany, 555.

Crump (Crompe) :

Margaret, widow, letter from, 242.

—, unfit for the wardship of her son, 252.

—, petition from, 276.

Thomas, a minor, his mother asks for lease of his lands, 242.

Crumpton, Capt., 302.

Cruse, James, servant of Sir Stephen Thornhurst, 325.

Crutchelow, Serjeant, 81.

Crymes, Mr., 472.

Cuba, Fortunatus, letter from, 230.

Cuff (Cuffe) :

Henry, Lord Essex's “serving man,” 44, 53, 56, 57, 86, 112, 121, 145, 215, 552.

—, letter from, 75.

—, committed, 102.

—, extracts of letter from, 113 (2).

—, a debt of, &c., 117.

—, speeches concerning, 267.

Hugh, 95, 359.

—, letter from, 94.

—, bailiff of, 94.

—, death of the only son of, at the siege of Kilmallock referred to, 94.

—, his two daughters, 94.

Mr., 495.

Cukenhuisen (Cuckenhousen), 239.

town and castle, fall of, 264.

Cumana, 213.

Cumberford :

one, an Irishman at the Groyne, 219.

William, 387.

Cumberland, Earl of. See Clifford.

recusants in, 164.

Cundell, Thomas, 44.

Cuney (Cunye), Capt., tenant of the Earl of Essex, 82, 103, 106.

Cunnisby. See Coningsby.

Curll, Walter, fellow of Peterhouse, letter signed by, 340.

Curlle, W., 276.

Curr, Eliott, basket maker, 186.

Currants (“corinthes”), 578–580.

impost of, return from, 346.

Curry, Henry, 527.

Cusse, Henry, of Swindon, Wilts, heir of, wardship of, 499.

Cussens, Nicholas, heir of, wardship of, 497.

Customs, 397.

of lawns, cambrics, &c., annual amounts of, 1.

—, questions concerning, 210 (2).

on imported goods, lease of, 7.

of velvets, silks, &c., in farm, 318.

returns from, &c., 345, 346.

Cutts, Mr., merchant of London, 23.

Cyprus, chief city in, sacked, 289.



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