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'Index: D', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 605-608. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111889 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Dacre, Mrs. Elizabeth, letter to, 132.

Dale :

M., letter from, 50.

Captain Thomas, letter from, 181.

Dallington, Robert, 87, 214.

Dane, Mrs., legacy left to the Company of Ironmongers by, 566.

Danett, Thomas, a licence for beer, 544.

Dangerfield, Richard, 173.

Daniell (Danyell), perfidious and treacherous wretch, transactions with the Countess of Essex, 251, 259, 546.

Dannett, Mr., proceedings in Parliament, 485.

Dansye, Capt., tenant of the Earl of Essex, 106.

Danvers, Sir Charles. See Davers.

Darcy, 345.

Sir Francis, 50, 117.

—, departure of, 395.

—, at Dover, letter to, 394.

Lord, letters from, 80, 409, 516.

—, present at Essex's execution, 83.

—, his intentions towards his grandchild, 516.

Darnell, Thomas, 440.

Darell (Darrell, Dorell) :

Barbara, suit concerning a legacy to, 499.

Edward, 499.

Marmaduke, 303, 331, 439.

—, letter from, 343.

Dartmouth, 192, 314.

letter dated at, 254.

Mayor of. See Heyward.

Dauntrie, Robert, 186.

Davers, Danvers :

Sir Charles, 44, 45, 69, 86, 215, 501, 511, 552.

—, letters of, confiscated and sent to Cecil, 62.

—, declaration by, 76.

—, committed, 102.

Sir Henry, referred to, 552.

Davide, Thomas, petition for concealed wardship, 506.

Davis (Davies, Davys, Daves) :

Captain, a companion of, on his voyage, 4.

Jeoffrey, letter from, 544.

Jo., letter from, 544.

Sir John, surveyor of the Ordnance in the Tower, concerned in the Essex rebellion, 44, 49, 69, 86, 97, 103, 214.

—, letters from, 101 (2), 151, 161 (2), 361, 421, 422, 464.

—, forfeits his office, 37.

—, his enlargement referred to, 361.

—, financial arrangements on his marriage, 413.

—, desires leave to visit his wife, who is dying, 464.

—, brother of, 101, 421.

—, letter from his servant, 564.

—, wife of, jointure of, &c., 421, 422.

Lady, death of, referred to, 409.

Master, Councillor for the Welsh Marches, 567.

one, an English gentleman, adventures of, 415.

one, 520.

William, messenger of Her Majesty's Chamber, 38.

Davyston, Mr., 20.

Dawny, William, 456.

Dawson :

Brian, 44.

Robert, recommended to Cecil, 176.

Dean, Forest of, 340, 375.

Dee, the river, 466.

De la Hay (Delahay), Paul, letters from 123, 162.

proceedings in a difference between him and Owen Hopton, 413.

is foreman of a jury, 575, 576.

De la Warr, Lord. See West.

Delbridge, John, Mayor of Barnstaple, 425 443, 487.

letters from, 438 (2), 487.

Delft (Delph), tapestry hangings made at, 154.

Delvin, Baron of. See Nugent, Christopher.

Demittrewich, Posnick, a Russian Councillor, sent as ambassador to the King of Denmark, 387.

Denbigh :

county of, Lord Essex's following in, 96, 108.

—, riotous proceedings at the parliamentary election, 445, 446, 460.

Sheriff of, 446.

Sir Richard Trevor's unfitness to be Sheriff of, 489.

Deneston, Alexander, house of, referred to, 391.

Denman, Francis, his daughter Anne, suit concerning a legacy to, 499.

Denmark, 202.

King of, 152, 588.

—, said to have promised to aid Lord Essex, 106.

—, his prohibition of shipping in the Sound, 163.

—, and the town of Hamburg, 239.

—, a Russian ambassador on his way to the, 387.

—, relations of, with Sweden, 511.

provision of a ship to convey an ambassador to. 387.

Denny :

Lady, letter from, 12.

Mr., death of, &c., referred to, 12.

Sir Edward, heir of, 96.

—, complaint against, 561.

Dent :

Anthony, application for a wardship, 259

Francis, 440.

John, wardship of heirs of, 440.

Denton, letter dated at, 218.

Denton, Tho., letter from, 230.

Deptford, letter dated at, 421.

Deptford (Detford) House, proposal to sell, to procure money for victualling Irish troops, 373.

Derby, letter dated at, 194.

Derby :

Alice, Dowager Countess of, letters from, 247, 354, 402, 410, 515, 545 (2).

—, and a wardship, 389.

[Elizabeth] Countess of, niece of Sir R. Cecil, 312.

Earl of. See Stanley.

Derbyshire :

High Sheriff of. See Cockeyne.

Jesuits and seminary priests in, 520.

Derhame, Roger, 340.

Derrick, —, 519, 532.

Desdiguières or de Lesdiguières (Ladighiera), M., claim against the Duke of Savoy, 158.

letter from, 439.

Desmond, Earls of. See Fitzgerald.

Desmond and Kerry, county of, list of Undertakers in, 96.

Dethicke, George, a bill concerning lands bought from, 557.

Deventry, —, a traitor, 556.

Devereux :

Edward, uncle to the Earl of Essex, 387.

—, son of, 387.

Frances, Countess of Essex (“my Lady”), letters from, 157, 251, 546, 547.

—, and Sir John Vaughan, 19.

—, a ballad said to be made by, sold in the streets, 88.

—, holograph postscript to letter of, 157.

—, mother of, 547.

Sir George, Commissioner of the Peace in Pembroke and Cardigan, uncle of the Earl of Essex, the suspicious movements of, 92.

—, followers of, 98, 173.

—, no longer fit to hold office, 108.

—, letter from, 216.

Walter, Earl of Essex, mention of, 93.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex (“My Lord,” “late Deputy of Ireland,” &c.), 24, 44, 92, 122, 144, 153, 185, 197, 215, 216, 258, 259, 285, 391, 552, 564.

letter to, 4.

progress of his affairs alluded to, 19.

movements of, on the day of rebellion, 31.

partisans and followers of, 34, 56, 124, 585, 587.

arrangements for furnishing his chamber in the Tower, 39.

speeches and statements made by, 39, 66, 70.

trial of, 68.

search for a black bag belonging to, 69.

sends Sir F. Gorges to a conference at Drury House, 69.

statements concerning, made by the Earl of Southampton, 72.

abstract out of the confession of, 75.

account of Sir Charles Davers' connexion with, 76.

a plot to deliver him from the Tower, 77.

prays for a last interview with Lord Thomas Howard and Mr. Lieutenant, 80.

words of Sir Robert Drury concerning, 81.

his words and dress, &c., at his execution, 83.

French armour bought for, 99.

committal to the Tower, 102.

Dr. Duport's relations with, 104.

speeches, &c., concerning, 124–127, 133, 134, 178, 191, 212, 586.

news of the death of, 127, 136.

public dealings with, repudiated by Sir Simon Weston, 137.

minute of Cecil concerning the treason of, 137, 138.

and Sir John Scott, 147.

and Sir John Davis, 151.

in connexion with Stephen Egerton, 154.

destitute condition of the wife and children of, 157, 546.

Sir Thomas Coningsby's attitude towards, 160.

his death referred to in foreign intelligence, 163.

proceedings, &c., with Sir Ferdinando Gorges, 178, 179.

Archbishop of York's relations with, explained, 208.

proclamation of, mention of, 226.

apologies for, scattered abroad in Ireland, 238.

complaint that followers of, are better treated in prison than others, 326.

election of a High Steward in the place of, 372.

payment of the debts of, &c., 547.

in connexion with a lease belonging to Merton College, 570.

house and park of, at Chartley, 35.

—, seizure of, 128.

a young gentleman belonging to, on a voyage with Captain Davis, 4.

gentleman usher to, 32.

late page of, committed to the Marshalsea, 50.

men or servants of, 33, 50, 93, 124.

apothecary of, in the Strand, 531.

son of, 547.

cousin german to, wife of George Barlow, 92.

Devereux, Robert, young Earl of Essex, untrue report circulated concerning, 389.

Devett, Sir Lewes, a Welsh priest and soothsayer, 135.

Devil's Arse, the resort of ruffians in the Peak, 520.

Devon :

levies in, 496.

Vice-Admiral of, directions sent to, 425.

Devonshire kersies, mention of, 330.

Devorax, Captain, speaks irreverently of the Queen, 47.

Diachus (Diaccis), Don John de, a Spanish Councillor, 120, 121.

Dickenson, Mr., 439.

Didley, Hereford, 245.

Dieppe (Deap, Diep), 199, 293, 299, 326, 463.

Diest, 380, 459.

Digen, letter dated at, 177.

Digges, Thomas, petition from, 572.

Digles, Richard, 225.

Dillom, Mr., Chief Justice of the Province of Connaught, recusant, 354.

Dillon :

Henry, letter from, 180.

—, brother of, services performed by, and suit for, 180.

Sir Lucas, reference to services of, 180.

Dinas, steward of, 99.

Dinninge, 568.

Disborrowghe, Mr., 187.

Ditchley (Dychlee), letters dated at, 156, 283.

Dixon, Robert, servant to Lord Mountjoy, 65.

Docwra (Dokerie, Dockwray), Sir Henry, 425, 475, 524.

an opinion concerning, 219.

Doddington (Dodington, Dorrington) :

Christopher, 44, 87.

—, examination of, 70.

Mr., an indenture sent by, 191.

Mr., cousin of Sir F. Gorges, 283, 286.

Doddridge (Doderighe), Mr., to draw a legal agreement, 341.

Dodge, one, 492.

Dodson, Edward, 187.

Dolman, Robert, letter from, 27.

Dolton, Mrs., 95.

Dona (Donagh, Donaw), Jaroslaus, Baron de, or Freiherr von, of Bohemia, 388, 389.

letter from, 392.

Doncaster, 247.

Earl of Mar at, 204.

Done, Captain Hugh, cousin of Gabriel Goodman, Dean of Westminster, 147.

letters from, 153, 545.

death of brother of, mentioned, 153.

recommended for a command, 419.

Donnati, Iseppo, 289.

Donsynck, Dublin, village of, 586.

Dorell. See Darell.

Doria :

Don Carlo, in Genoa, 172, 327.

Prince, Italian pasquil on the retreat of, 570.

Dormer :

Nicholas, 297.

Sir Robert, mentioned, 47.

—, letter from, 230.

Dorrington, John, letter from, 74; and see Doddington.

Dorset :

county of, 202.

Justices of the Peace in, letter to, 183.

H.M's. Lieutenant in, 183.

Dotson, Robert, 44, 87.

Douai (Douay, Dowaye), 149, 150.

Seminary at, 149, 269, 270.

Douglas (Duglas, Dougles) :

Archibald, letters to, 20, 85, 116, 320.

—, his residence in London, 86.

—, letter from, 373

Thomas, an agent employed by Sir, R. Cecil, 299, 326 328, 329, 512.

—, letters from, 293, 502.

Dove :

Mr., 145.

Thomas, Bishop of Peterborough, consecration of, mentioned, 539.

Dover, 115, 148, 150, 271 293, 299, 372, 394, 450, 506, 520.

letters dated at, 149, 150, 151 271, 278, 357, 512.

arrival of two sons of the French Ambassador at, 131.

arrival of the Marshal de Biron at, &c., 374, 375.

a commissioner for restraint of passage at, 302.

Mayor of. See Batcheler. See Bredgate.

Dover Castle, 278.

letters dated at, 21, 76, 100, 131, 150, 254, 285, 319, 324 (2), 327, 332, 352 (2), 356, 357, 362, 374 (2), 375, 385, 395, 533.

Lieutenant of. See Fane.

Dover road, 453.

letters dated at, 118, 293.

Dowdall, Sir John, letter from, 287.

Dowmuind. See Dünamünde.

Downall (Downhall), William, 44, 86, 214.

Downs, the, 395.

letter dated, 477.

barks anchored in, &c., 313, 327, 408.

Downton, letter dated at, 14.

Downoles, —, an officer of the Stud, 74.

Doyley, Thomas, letters from, 147, 204.

Drake :

Captain, commanding a company at Ostend, 263.

E., letter from, 520.

Sir Francis, 286.

—, a watercourse brought into Plymouth by, 492.

Francis, present to, 520.

Richard, letter to, 520.

Draperies, subsidies on, &c., 533.

Drayton Basset, Sir C. Blount's house at, 34, 123.

Drentall, a tenant, 563.

Drogheda (Tredath, &c.) 121, 531, 577.

Drona, D., residing in Rome, 534.

Drury (Drewry, &c.) :

Sir Drew, 551.

Sir Robert, 337.

—, letter from, 2.

—, alleged speeches, &c., Paris, in relative to the Earl of Essex, 81.

—, the case against, &c., 201.

—, commanding a company at Ostend, 261.

Drury House, 69 (2), 81.

Drystdat, Ireland, a merchant of, 568.

Dublin, 65, 98.

departure of the Lord Deputy from, 197.

the difficulty of transportation of powder to, &c., 368.

Chief Baron of the Exchequer at, a suit for the place of, 392, 393.

Archbishop of, a recommendation given by, 220.

Castle, reference to Sir Chr. B[lount], lying wounded in, 72.

—, Sir C. Blount delivers several priests and Capt. Blage, from, 98.

—, letter dated at, 319.

—, a prisoner in, 402.

Trinity College at, Chancellorship of, offered to Sir R. Cecil, 257, 258.

Duchy House, the, letter dated at, 404.

Dudley :

Ambrose, son of Robert Dudley, 323, 535.

—, letters from, 10, 200.

Robert, letter from, 535.

Robert, Earl of Leicester, 49, 144, 167, 579.

—, interposition in the matter of the Earl of Bath, 223.

Lord. See Sutton.

Dudley Castle, letters dated at, 78, 80.

Duffe (Doffe) :

Patrick, factor at Rouen, statement of his grievances, &c., 574, 575.

Stephen, merchant, 121, 568.

Duke, Humfrey, petition for a wardship, 501.

Dullyn, Arthur, news brought by, 438.

Dünamünde (Dowmuind), 264.

Dundee, 299, 351.

Dunfermline (Dumferling), 558.

Dunington, 564.

Dunington and Haddenham in the Isle of Ely, petition for the manor of, 169.

Dunkirk, 54, 143, 265, 315, 407, 477.

English and Dutch ships of, 144.

arrival of an escaped prisoner at, 199.

intentions of the States General with regard to, 221.

Admiral of, news of, 293, 316.

Governor of, wager by, on the fall of Ostend, 199.

Dunsany, the Lord of. See Plunkett.

Duport, Dr. John, letters from, 104, 119, 268.

election to the Vice-Chancellorship of Cambridge, 488.

Durham :

Bishop of, disobeys the order of the Council to restore some goods, 97.

Bishop and Diocese of, number of horses sent by, for service in Ireland, 442.

Bishopric of, Scotch goods taken in, warrants for the restitution of, referred to, 550.

Dean and Chapter of, tithes leased from, 541.

Durham House, 321.

Dutch at Ostend, 291, 315.

companies for Ostend, 336, 346.

Dutton, Captain, 284.

Dychlee. See Ditchley.

Dyer, Sir Edward, 26.

Dyffryn-Clwyd, lordship of, 5.

Dymocke (Dymoke) :

Charles, letter from, 440.

Sir Edward, 566.

—, letter from, 440.

Dyneley, Francis, 446.



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