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'Index: H, I', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 616-621. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111893 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Habsburgh (Hasburgh), Duke of, 151.

Hacher, John, 440.

Hackness, Yorkshire, house of Sir Posthumus Hoby, 546.

Hackthorne, in Lincoln, lease of lands in, 506.

Haddocks Hole, a prison in Berwick, 382.

Hadham (Haddam, Haddham) [Herts], 152.

letters dated at, 103, 239, 420, 457, 532.

Hadsor, Richard, 8.

letters from, 23, 494.

Hadylse, Marmaduke, 367.

Haggett, Bartholomew, merchant, London, 8.

Hague, the, 220, 281.

letters dated at, 154, 164, 168.

Hainault, country of, activity in the foundries in, 380.

Hales, Mr., 214.

Hall :

Arthur, letters from, 205, 512, 513.

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

Halloughton [Notts], the Manor of, a cause concerning, 440.

Hals, William, letter from, 286.

Halse, William, customer, 480.

Hamburg (Hamburgh), 238, 239, 386.

Hamersley, Hugh, merchant, London, 8.

Hamilton, —, letter of, mentioned, 91.

Hammond, Dr., the Queen interests herself in obtaining the living of Northstock for, &c., 576.

Hamon, Capt. Rafe, gentleman porter of Munster, petition for, 320.

Hampshire (Southampton county), 202.

Deputy Lieutenants of, a letter from, mentioned, 355.

levies of men and money in, 355, 431.

Hampson, Alderman, 89.

Hampton Court, letters dated at, 161, 441.

Lodge, letter dated at, 326.

Hanam, —, nephew of Sir John Popham, at Geneva, 3.

Hanbye, William, 440.

Handford, Humphrey, merchant, London, 8.

Hanger, Mr. Deputy, 441.

Haniwaldt, Andreas, the Emperor's councillor in the Reichs Hoffrath, 513.

Hanmer, Edward, 44, 87.

Hannam, young, a ward of the Queen, stepson of Sir Francis Hastings, 212.

Hannibale, Signor, 111.

Hansar, Captain, 226.

Hansard, Captain, 236.

Hansbie, Mr., carries off a ward, 247.

Hansley, William, 586.

Hanwell, letter dated at, 392.

Hanworth (Hanwurth), letter dated at, 270.

Harbard (Harbert). See Herbert.

Harber, Adam, Scot, examination of, 193.

Harding's widow, “partaker” at Mass, 363.

Hardwick, letter dated at, 180.

Hare, John, Clerk of the Wards, note signed by, 276.

Harfield 359.

Harford, Richard, 44.

Harington's lands, 563.

Harman, Ensign, 572.

Harpur, John, 583.

Harnsteed Norries, the manor of, 324.

Harrington (Haryngton), Sir John, letters from, 25, 119, 205, 385, 430.

Harris :

—, Clerk of the Custom House, 177.

[Christopher], Vice-Admiral for Devonshire, 529.

Christopher, 79, 191.

—, letters from, 77, 78, 532.

John, a bill concerning lands bought by, 557.

one, a prisoner, 93.

Roger, 588.

Serjeant, 411.

—, proceedings in Parliament, 485.

Harrison (Harison) :

—, a waiter, 210 (2).

Arthur, vintner in Fenchurch Street, disordered speeches in the house of, &c., 190, 191.

George, letter from, 301.

Mr., at Boulogne, 170.

— letter to, 368.

Thomas, a box containing the Queen's picture embedded in poison, found in a chest belonging to, 404.

—, examination of, 405.

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

William, late servant to Sir Charles Percy, examination of, 62, 65.

William, a preacher of Lancashire, maintained for reducing persons to conformity, 168.

Harrowden [co. Northampton], 45.

Harry, Evan, of Monmouthshire, 124.

Hart (Harte) :

Captain, 62.

Edward, 44.

—, letter from, 205.

Hartyck,” the castle, Russia ? 387.

Harvy (Harvey, Harvye, &c.) :

—, a merchant, complaint against, 435.

Alderman, house of, in Lime Street, 20.

Sir Gaven, 439.

George, Deputy Lieutenant of the Ordnance, 296, 556.

—, letters from, 135, 244, 357, 426.

—, proposed as a deputy for Sir John Peyton, 394.

—, nephew of, 426.

Robert, letter from, 210.

Sebastian, in Lime Street, letter to, 530.

Thomas, letter from, 409.

Harwich [co. Essex], 306, 408.

letter dated at, 328.

Hasebury (Somerset), Cecil's manor of, 300.

Hassal, Signor, letters sent to, 111.

Hassard, Henry, letter signed by, 164.

Hastings :

Sir Francis, letters from, 211, 506.

—, proceedings in Parliament, 484.

George, Earl of Huntingdon, letters from, 55, 143, 294.

Haswell, one, 65.

Hatton :

Sir Christopher, 144, 406, 464.

—, religion of, 573.

Christopher, the Queen's ward, 201.

Lady Eliza, niece of Sir R. Cecil, letter from, 212.

Havana, the West Indian fleet at, seasons of the sailing of, &c., 129.

Havard, Geoffrey (Jeffrey), 173.

a prisoner in Hereford, letter from, 36

a debtor, examination of, mentioned, 153.

Henry (sic), a prisoner in Hereford, letter endorsed, 36.

Hayle, Humphrey, of London, a factor at Rouen, falsely accuses Patrick Duffe, &c., 574, 575.

Havre de Grace, 115.

Hawkins (Hawkyns, &c.) :

Doctor, committed to Alderman Lee, 34.

the Lady, 133.

Mrs., 207.

Richard, prisoner at Madrid, 213.

—, letters from, 203, 254, 255.

—, wife and child of, 255 (2).

—, deceased father of, mentioned, 203, 255.

—, the man of, come from the South Sea, 207.

—, a servant to, information given by, 422.

Capt. Thomas, letters from, 328, 465.

Hawks, old serjeant of the, son of, recommended for a company, 207.

Hawks and Hawking, 26.

a gerfalcon belonging to the Earl of Lincoln, 38.

an entermed hagard and gerfalcon belonging to Lord Essex, 58.

a tercel, 434.

Hawtrey, Mr., 359.

Hayes :

Edward, letter from, 549.

Robert, of Enfield, 542.

Thomas, letter from, 549.

Hayning, —, 229.

Hayward, Mr., preaches at St. Paul's Cross, 55.

Heale. See Hele.

Heath, Robert, servant of Lord Cobham, 291.

Heinodt, Serafino, letter from, 174.

sisters of, mentioned, 176.

Helbre (Helbrie), near Chester, letter dated at, 197.

Hele (Heale) :

John, 369.

Serjeant John, 370, 376, 512, 582.

—, letter from, 188.

—, an offence given by, 177.

—, cousin german of, 369.

Thomas, 368.

Heley, Mr., of Cheapside, a libel found by the servant of, 132.

Helford [co. Cornwall], 196.

Haven, near Falmouth, a piratical vessel captured off, 117, 122.

Helmont (Helmount), town of, 452, 459.

a bulwark in Ostend called, 315, 523.

Heneage (Hennage) :

Sir Thomas, death of, referred to, 315.

William, 440.

Henrick, —, a Hollander, servant of Hector Mendes, 477.

Henrison, Captain, cousin german of the Earl of Mar, from Scotland, 1.

Henry IV. See France.

Henry VIII. King, reference to, 231.

Henry, Derick, 477.

Henryckeson, Cornelius, servant of Derick Peyterson, a map presented to the Queen by, 565.

Herbert (Harbard, Harbert) :

Anne, Lady, letter from, 251.

Charles, esq., 96.

old Countess of, 357.

Henry, 20th Earl of Pembroke, Lord President of the Council of the Marches of Wales, illness and death of, 3, 9, 13, 14, 18.

—, reference to, 212.

—, offices held by, 99.

—, in connexion with Bristol Castle, 565.

John, Secretary of State and Privy Councillor, 106, 136, 151, 228, 405, 478, 558.

—, letter to, 303.

—, letters from, 194, 362, 366, 436.

—, and the Essex Rebellion, 48.

—, examination witnessed by, 268.

—, proceedings in Parliament, 485.

Lady, of Troy, a nurse brought to the Court by, 133, 134.

Lord, of Ragland Castle. See Somerset, Henry.

William, Lord, afterwards Earl of Pembroke, one of the Council for the Marches of Wales, 9, 225, 567.

—, letters from, 3, 13, 14, 40, 91 (2), 119, 239, 340, 361, 464 (2), 561 (3).

—, and Sir Edward Fitton's daughter, 202.

—, disgrace of, and petitions from, 375, 376.

—, petition on behalf of a kinsman of, 561.

Sir William, heir of, 96.

Wm., statements made by, 124, 125, 126, 127.

Herdesheim, John Christopher, 389.

Hereford :

Bishop of. See Westfaling.

city of, letters dated at, 36, 153.

—, Mayor of. See Smith.

county of, Justices of the Peace of, 43, 133.

—, Lord Essex's possessions in, 82.

—, men to be levied in, petition concerning the command of, 544.

Heris, S., letter from, 549.

father-in-law of, 549.

Herman, Count, 338.

Herostratus, Else I shall be another,” 85.

Hertford :

county of, soldiers from, for Ireland, 5.

Earl of. See Seymour.

Priory, 248.

Hertley Rew, Hants, 325.

Hertogenboss. See Bois-le-duc.

Herura, Alonso Nunez de, prisoner in England, letter asking for the release of, 570.

Hesketh (Heskitt) :

George and Henry, sons of Robert Hesketh, of Rufford, 166.

Robert, of Rufford and Marthom, Justice of the Peace and late Sheriff of co. Lancaster, 167.

Robert, son of Robert Hesketh, of Rufford, 166.

—, in Scotland, 168.

—, a man passing under the name of, 166.

Thomas, son of Robert Hesketh, Attorney of the Court of Wards, Justice of Lancashire, 37, 166, 167, 232, 242, 369, 485, 538, 575.

—, letters from, 165, 584.

—, examinations taken before, 167.

Hessil, 147.

Hethersall, John, letter from, 234.

brother of, 234.

Heton, Martin, Bishop of Ely, letter from, 136.

Heusden (Holland), 459.

Hevan, Count, 305.

Hewton Park, letters dated at, 18, 77, 176.

Hewytt, Thomas, 583.

Hexham [co. Northumberland], 309.

Heydon :

Sir Christopher, 44, 88, 103, 214.

Sir John, 44, 88, 103.

Heyward, Henry, Mayor of Dartmouth, letter from, 254.

Hickman (Hyckman), Richard, letter witnessed by, 114.

Hicks, Michael, letters from, 169, 248, 549.

letters to, 314, 368.

Hide End, land called, 233.

Higham :

Sir Clement, muster master of Suffolk, 183.

Sir John, letter from, 396.

Thomas, nephew of Serjeant Yelverton, suit of, Cecil's favour prayed for, 183.

Highgate [Middlesex], letters dated at, 397, 543.

Hill (Hyll) :

James, of Sweden, letters from, 202, 204.

—, letter to, 571.

Auditor Jo., letter from, 308.

Hill Mount, at Ostend, 336.

Hillyard (Hylliarde, &c.) :

Capt., 574.

Sir Christopher, nephew of, in the Star Chamber, 27.

—, wife of, 27.

Nicholas, her Majesty's goldsmith and drawer of her pictures, letter from, 306, 386.

—, a picture of the Queen drawn by, 406.

—, son of, 306.

Hilton, Mr., 240, 241.

Hiron, Thomas, M.A., of Brazenose College, Oxford, 146.

Hirst, Edward, 146.

Hitchen [co. Herts], high constable of, warrant sent to, 54.

Hitchens, Richard, of Plymouth, letter from, 10.

Hoby (Hobbye, Hobie, &c.) :

Margaret, Lady, letter from, 550.

Sir Thomas Posthumus, letters from, 39, 456.

—, William Eure's statement as to the incidents of his visit to the house of, 11.

—, his case against William Eure, &c., 546.

Hodgkinson, Henry, letter from, 443.

Hoe (How), the, Plymouth, 482, 503.

Hogg, George, clerk of deliveries in the ordnance office, 585.

Hoghton, Sir Richard, charge against, 167.

Holand, Joseph, genealogical chart emblazoned by, 400.

Holcroft, Capt. J., 337.

letters from, 261, 262, 279, 284, 288, 291, 301, 314, 322, 338, 346, 349.

Holford, Henry, Jane, wife of, petition from, 201.

Holland, 90.

subjects of, in England, loans to be raised from, 12.

ships of, prohibition against, 163.

Duke Charles' army victualled from, 266.

States of, importance of Ostend to, 280.

Capt. Cecil purposes to go into, 305.

a man of war of, convoys English soldiers to Ostend, 327.

Admiral of, arrangements made by, 334.

Admiral of the Hollanders, 332.

Commissioners sent from the States of, 360.

Holland :

John, letter from, 473.

Richard, Justice of the Peace of Lancaster, 167.

—, letter to, 432.

Holliday (Hollydaye, &c.) :

Alderman, 93, 530.

—, house of, letter dated at, 50.

William, merchant, London, 502.

—, letter from, 535.

Holmes, John, 186.

Holyhead, 62.

Holy Island [Northumberland], explanations with regard to a suit concerning, 355, 356.

Rectory of, 355.

Holyrood House (Holye Rude Hour), [Edinburgh], the Abbaye of, letter dated at, 330.

Home (Hume) :

[Alexander] Lord, 73.

Sir George, of Spott, Treasurer of Scotland, 15, 417.

Honiman (Honyman, Hounyman, Hunyman, Hunnyman), Thomas, merchant, 352, 408, 539, 552, 576.

letter to, 502.

Honne, Patrick, 568.

Hoose [co. Cheshire ?], Rectory of, 269.

Hopkins (Hopkenes), John, Mayor of Bristol, 268, 425.

letters from, 42, 142, 189, 236, 341, 392, 421.

Hoppes, Richard, 298.

Hopton :

Arthur, 385.

Sir Owen, former Lieutenant of the Tower, reference to, 395.

Owen, 413.

Horne, 314.

Hornstein, Herr of, 513.

Horrolds Park, letter dated at, 236.

Horseley, 372.

Horseman, Mr., 199.

Horses :

geldings, 58, 61.

Irish hobby, sent as a present to Sir Robert Cecil, 13.

jennets for the army in Ireland, 419.

the mustering of, 464.

seizure of, 44.

unfit for H. M.'s service, 496.

Horsey, Sir Ralph, 3, 333.

Hotonhang, 27.

Houghton (Haughten), Roger, 397.

letter from, 404.

lease of customs to, 7.

clause in an agreement between the Queen and, 538.

Hoult :

Arthur and Thomas, the brothers, goldsmiths, apprehension of, &c., 277, 299, 317.

Father, 315.

Hoult Lodge, letter dated at, 20.

How, the. See Hoe.

Howard :

Anne, Countess of Arundel, letter from, 442.

Charles, Earl of Nottingham, Lord Admiral, 88, 103, 119, 124, 126, 171, 179, 191, 207, 221, 236, 243, 244, 299, 312, 340, 343, 352, 362, 367, 401, 540, 547.

—, letters from, 19, 184, 217, 307, 326, 328, 329, 376, 557 (3).

—, letters to, 39, 69, 70, 78, 116, 130 (2), 170, 189, 308, 323, 343, 400, 408, 419 (2), 422, 441, 449, 453, 465, 488, 492, 495, 503, 546.

—, illness of the Countess, 19.

—, bond given by, 177.

—, business concerning the daughter of, 423.

—, goods delivered to, 539.

—, libellous speeches against, 38, 574.

—, one of the commissioners to examine into monopolies, 324.

—, servant of, 176.

—, warrant from, 149.

Charles, 540.

Edward, 540.

Lord Harry, 101, 151, 323, 421.

Lady, a letter from, to Lady Hungerford, asked for, 222.

—, 171.

Philip, Earl of Arundel, list of noblemen at the arraignment of, 68.

Thomac, Duke of Norfolk, a list of noblemen at the arraignment of, 68.

(of Bindon), Viscount Thomas, Constable of the Tower, 396, 542, 551.

—, letters from, 46, 52, 80, 401, 445.

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

—, to be Lieutenant in Dorsetshire, 183.

—, bond given by, 177.

—, prisoner of, escape of, 199.

—, goods delivered to, 539.

Howell, John, burgess of Exeter, 499.

Howell (co. Lincoln), letter dated at, 440.

Howth, Lord. See St. Lawrence, Nicholas.

Hubbert, Miles, heir of, a ward, 402.

Huctenbrooke, Colonel, 262.

Huddleston, Edm., letter from, 47.

son of, referred to, 47.

Hudson :

James or Mr., 502.

—, letters from, 1, 97, 204, 351, 491, 559.

Mr., a shoemaker, 391.

Hues, or Hewes :

—, 365.

Alfonso Rodriges, 476.

Antonio Gomes, 476.

Ruy Lopes, 476.

Huesone, Mr., 91.

Hughes :

Hugh, Queen's Attorney of North Wales, 567.

Mrs., an Irishwoman, 124, 125.

Richard, former servant of Lord Essex, examination of, 42, 43.

Hull. See Kingston-upon-Hull.

Hulsonne, —, letter to, 549.

Hulst (Flanders), 338.

Humbleloft's Man, 186.

Hume. See Home.

Humstone, —, recommendation from Archbishop of Canterbury, 220.

Hungary, campaign in, 158, 163.

Hunger road, 471.

Hungerford, Lady, aunt of Lady Howard, letter from, sent for Cecil's perusal, 205.

a letter to, asked for, 222.

Hunninges, Mr., wishes to be a party in a wardship, 230.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey, George.

Hunsdon (co. Herts), letter dated at, 355.

Hunt (Hunte) :

Thurstan, a seminary priest, letter from, 109.

—, particulars concerning, &c., 160.

—, execution of, 165, 166.

—, testimony against, 166, 167.

William, letter from, 314.

Hunter, William, recommendation from King James, 444.

Huntingdon, 413.

letter dated at, 414.

Earl of. See Hastings.

Huntly (Huntlay), Marquis of. See Gordon.

Hunyman, Hunnyman. See Honiman.

Hurcele, letter dated at, 45.

Hurley, Morice, petition from, 586.

Hurlston, Roger, of Cheshire, wardship of the heir of, 507.

Hurpton, 133.

Hurst Edward, 186, 187.

Hutchins' 100l. due to the Queen, 113.

Hutchins, Giles, letter from, 325.

Hutton, Matthew. Archbishop of York, letters from, 208, 409, 442.

old age and feebleness of mentioned, 409.

levy of horse for service in Ireland by, 425, 442.

Hyde, Arthur, esq., 95.

Hylliarde. See Hillyard.

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Icaria, Octavius, Bishop of, Papal Nuncio, letters from, 472, 518.

Idelle, Richard, examination of, 441.

Ilfracombe (Ilfordecombe), 468.

soldiers embarked from, 487.

Illnesses, &c., references to, 36, 52, 58, 88, 220, 432, 442.

Indians, the, in Balduvya, a rebellion of, 213.

Indies, the, pepper from, report concerning, 477.

Spanish, a scheme to capture the trade to, 544.

Infanta, the. See Spain.

Inglebye, letter dated at, 11.

Inglefield, 379.

Ingram :

—, a waiter, 210.

John, of Earl's Court, near Worcester, son of, examination of, 356.

Roger, son of John Ingram, examination of, 356.

Ursula, 356.

—, examination of, 357.

Inishe, Ireland, letter dated at, 26.

Invention referred to, 412.

Inventions, question of permitting them to be privileged, discussed, 412.

Irby (Ireby, Earby), Anthony, 440, 586.

Ireland, 16, 57, 62, 63, 65, 72, 75, 78, 84, 90, 96, 102, 105, 116, 124, 125, 137, 183, 184, 185, 195, 196 (2), 220, 226, 228, 237, 238, 240, 247, 248, 267, 286, 287, 294, 295, 301, 310, 313, 326, 361, 534, 539, 552.

army in, Controller of the Victualling of. See Beverly.

—, employment in, desired, 82, 197, 320, 410, 420, 450, 478, 517, 532, 561.

—, horse for service in, 442, 446.

—, levies for, and their transport to Ireland, &c., 5, 24, 403, 409, 410, 431, 441, 443, 449, 454, 461, 468, 470, 471, 473–475, 481, 484, 487, 488, 490, 491, 496–498.

—, former corporal general of the horse in, 94.

—, petitions for relief from furnishing horses for, 432, 440 (2), 441, 585.

—, list of letters written in connexion with the levies for, 425.

—, news of, &c., 353, 428, 429, 443, 525.

—, payment of troops in, 165, 373.

—, powder for, &c., 357, 366, 367.

—, victualling of, 277, 316, 373, 517, 518, 528, 533.

Baron of the Exchequer in, 392.

Baron de Donagh's visit to, &c., 388, 389.

coast of, departure of an armed vessel for, 419.

coinage in, 9, 23, 102, 418.

—, discussed, 508, 509.

Council of, 192, 301.

—, allowances made by, to Trinity College, Dublin, mentioned, 258.

Deputy of. See Mountjoy.

late Deputy of. See Devereux.

despatch of letters and packets to, 411, 428, 434, 454, 497.

Earl of Thomond leaves for, 470, 471.

English pale in, amount of composition from, 384.

the English race in, condition of, 8.

exchange of money, &c., 23.

expenditure in, 367, 384.

—, in Lord Essex's time, 385.

the Irishry in, 8.

Lord Essex in, 108, 147, 180.

a man of war said to be off the coast of, in order to attack the transports from Chester, 433.

Master of the Ordnance in. See Wingfield, Jacques.

Master of the Requests in, 392.

north parts of, their reduction to obedience, 276.

pinnace sent to the coast of, 406, 407.

policy recommended to be pursued in, 8.

purposes of the rebels in, 25.

Queen's Serjeant-at-law in, the filling of the post of, 354, 584.

rebellion in, alleged to have been incited by the Pope, 363.

shipping of munitions to, 439.

soldiery at the Groyne, for transportation to, 219.

Solicitor of. See Wilbraham.

Spanish landing in, 120, 192, 213, 303, 316, 328, 333, 353, 355, 381, 404, 405, 412, 414, 415, 425, 553, 555. And see Munster.

—, suggestions for operations against, 427.

—, soldiers in great distress and timorous, 443.

Spanish relations with, 568.

— ships for, 6, 7.

the Status Computantium of, 385.

Surveyor of the victuals in, 587.

Treasurer of. See Carey.

Undertakers for lands in, 95.

Vice-Admiral in, 17.

Ireland, Thomas, letter from, 300.

Irish :

affairs, 142.

—, effect of, on Spanish preparations, 129.

priest at the Groyne, described, 7.

rebels in prison in England, 381.

Ironmongers' Company, legacy left to, 566.

Irthington [co. Cumberland], 399.

Isabella, the sconce, at Ostend, mutiny of troops at, 221.

returned to the Archduke, 267.

Ishams, the, debts of, 235.

Islington, 54, 115.

Islipp, Oxon., suit concerning the rights of a common at, 233.

Italy, Italian, 169, 170, 327.

carpenters, set to make oars, 380.

intelligence from, 172.

intended bull for imposition of tenths throughout, 173.

prisoners taken at Ostend, report given by, 261.

proposed journey to, 180.

ship captured by the English, 136.

Spanish troops in, 158, 159.

troops employed by the King of Spain in the Low Countries, 54, 267, 281, 286, 301, 305, 308, 337.

troops disbanded by the Duke of Savoy, 159.

the war in, 172.

Itchen (Ichine) [co. Hants], 20

Ivan (Evan) Vassillewich, Emperor of Russia, a former Ambassador of, referred to, 348.

Ivison, Richard, Cecil's porter, petitions from, 501, 506.

Ivy Bridge, Sir R. Cecil's house near, the granting of water for, 412

a house by, offered to Sir R. Cecil, 368.

Ivy, Paul (M. Juye), 583.



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