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'Index: N, O', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 632-636. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111897 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Namur, powder, &c., from, 380.

Nangle, —, 227.

friar, a nephew of, to attend on the Baron of Scrine, 238.

Nantwich, letter dated at, 389.

Naples (Napoly), 289, 327, 377.

Governor of, 289.

Napper, one, Jesuit, a prisoner, 569.

Narrow Seas, Vice-Admiral of. See Preston.

Narrow Water, Castle of the, petition for the bestowal of, 547.

Nassau (Nassawe) :

Count Ernest of, 346.

—, regiments commanded by, 248.

—, wounded before Rheinberg, 281.

Count Henry of, 249.

Count John of, sudden departure from the army, 250.

Justinus, Admiral of Zealand, quits the Admiralty, 221, 334.

Count or Grave Maurice of, “His Excellency,” 303, 308, 377, 403.

—, arrival at Middleburgh for a conference with Sir F. Vere, &c., 358, 360.

—, Elector Palatine invites him to be godfather to his son, 409.

—, men from the army of, for Ostend, 336.

—, movements of, 349, 452, 459.

—, progress and incidents of his campaign, 220, 248, 250, 255, 265, 273, 281, 282, 286, 322, 337, 338, 360, 409, 459, 461, 581.

—, reported to be going to marry the daughter of Duke Charles, 435.

Count William of, regiments commanded by, 248.

a map of the genealogy of the house of, presented to the Queen, 565.

Naughton, Robert, 552.

Naval : proposal to maintain a fleet on the coast of Spain, for offensive operations, 129.

Neale, Neile :

Auditor Francis, 341.

—, letter from, 340.

Dr. Richard, chaplain of Sir R. Cecil, letters from, 241, 358.

—, brother-in-law of, petition for, 359.

William, 341.

Neapolitans, the, Basha of Algiers betrayed to, &c., 289.

Negroes and Blackamoors, arrangements for the transportation of, 569.

Nelson (Nelsone) :

Captain, 226, 227.

one, the Pope's priest's brother, 556.

Nerne, Peter, 416, 417.

Nerve, 387.

Netherlands or Netherlanders, (“Nelanders,”) 557.

before Rhyn-Berke, 249.

a ship of the, 162; and see Low Countries.

Neuburg, 239.

Neuporte. See Nieuport.

Nevers, Duke of, proposed visit to England, 148.

Nevill (Neville, Nevile) :

Anne, Lady, wife of Sir Henry, 88, 110, 193, 526.

—, petitions from, 145, 259.

—, her deafness, 145.

—, father of, old age and weakness of, 259.

Sir Henry, 76, 103, 214, 564, 570.

—, letters from, 73, 88, 175, 193, 273, 300, 320, 526, 555.

—, examines some papers, 110.

—, owes his life to Sir R. Cecil, &c., 273, 300.

—, pleads for his family, &c., 193, 300, 321, 526.

—, proposals as to his fine, &c., 274, 371, 526.

—, statement as to his knowledge of Essex's designs, 176.

—, brother of, 274.

—, children of, mentioned, 145, 259.

Henry, eldest son of Sir Henry, property entailed on, 274, 371.

Thomas, of Trinity College, 458.

Newark, 224.

Newarke, Tho., letter from, 556.

Newborough (Newburro), co. Staff., letter dated at, 123.

Newby, Lord of, 344.

Newcastle, 66, 79.

letter dated at, 200.

customer of, search of a ship by, 200.

Newcome, Dr., Doctor of the Civil Laws, 119.

Newcomen, Robert, surveyor of the victuals in Ireland, 385, 533.

petition from, 587.

Newgate. See London Places.

Newfoundland (Newland), French ships at to be advised to return, 368, 369.

fish, motion to be brought into the Star Chamber against the transportation of, 297.

—, for the victualling of the army in Ireland, 518.

New Inn, principal of, 106.

Newman, Richard, of London, taken prisoner into Spain, examination of, 6.

Newmeghen. See Nimeguen.

Newport. See Nieuport.

Newport :

Francis, Councillor for the March of Wales, 106, 567.

Henry, petition for a wardship, 486.

Mr., 271.

Newry, the, 548.

Newstead, [co. Notts. ?], letter dated at, 178.

Newton, Mr., 113.

Nicholas, —, Spenser's man, 167.

Nicholls, William, 66.

Nicholson (Nicolson) :

Ed., letter from, 556.

George, the Queen's agent in Edinburgh, 344, 398.

—, letters from, 261, 415.

—, letters to, 299, 381.

—, letters to from Sir R. Cecil on Scottish affairs, 21, 137, 227, 404, 524.

—, a pension in reversion for, 23.

Thomas, the Queen's agent, in Calais, 86.

—, letters from, 449, 521.

—, a missing letter directed to, 372, 385.

William, 187.

Nieuport (Neuport, Newporte, &c.), in Flanders, 148, 278, 305, 534.

letter dated at, 518.

battle of, persons present at, 1.

English companies from, for Ostend, 253.

the Infanta at, 293.

Nightingall, William, servant to Mr. Peron, 441.

Nimeguen (Nimuegen, Newmeghen), companies from, 54, 282.

Nocera in Apulia, the fair at, mentioned, 172.

Noel. See Nowell.

Nonsuch, in Surrey, 367, 430, 581.

Norbury, co. Derby, 223, 224.

Norcott (Norkott), John, late Mayor of Cambridge, 186.

Norenburgh, 577.

Norfolk, county of, state of, referred to, 3.

sea-coast of, 98.

soldiers levied in, 319.

list of sheriffs in, 558.

Norfolk, Duke of, former Earl Marshal, copy of a grant of an office made by, referred to, 197.

Norham and Islandshir (Elandshire), co. Northumberland, the Queen's lands, note by Sir Robert Carey setting forth particulars of his tenure of, &c., 541.

Norreys (Norys, Noryce, Norris, &c.)

—, brother of Lady Vere, 581.

Bridgett, Lady, letter from, 557.

—, a brief of Receipts and Payments on behalf of, 399.

Capt., commander of the Lion's Whelp, 453.

Sir Edward, of Englefield, an agreement with Lord Norreys concerning certain property, 324.

—, petitions of, 584.

—, party to a cause before arbitrators, 584.

Francis, Lord of Ricott, 400, 540.

—, letters from, 251, 329.

—, tenants of, encroach upon a common, 233.

—, an agreement with Sir Edward Norreys concerning certain property, 324.

—, money paid to, by Lady Bridget, 399.

—, descended from the house of Fenys, 469.

Francis, 204.

Henry, Lord, death of, 251.

—, attendance of his grandson at the funerals of, necessary, 329.

Sir John, 188.

John, concerned in the Essex Rebellion, 47.

Captain John, 44, 87.

Lady, 95.

Lady Susan, money due to, 399.

Sir Thomas, 572.

William, Lord, marriage settlement, &c., 584.

Captain William, 87, 103, 214.

North :

Capt. Edward, 339.

—, letter from, 431.

Sir H., 351.

Roger, Lord, 540.

North, the Lord President and Council of the, 232.

Council of the, suitable qualifications for membership, 236.

—, packet for the levying of horse directed to the Secretary, objection thereto by the President, 442, 475.

—, President of. See Cecil, William.

North Cape, the, 229, 369, 381.

North Mimms, co. Herts., Ralph Coningsby's House at, letter dated at, 102.

Northampton, letter dated at, 225, 437, 438.

gaol, a prisoner in, information given by, concerning the resorts of Jesuits and seminaries, 437.

county of, 96.

Justices of, 437.

Northstock, Oxford, the parsonage of, appointment of an incumbent to, &c., 576.

Northumberland, 309, 312.

two parsonages in, belonging to Merton College, letter relative to the leases of, 570.

Duke of. See Percy.

high sheriff of, 585.

Norton, Samuel, 341.

letters from, 189, 496, 534.

Norwich, letter dated at, 110.

alderman of, 532.

Notte, John, of Crycadarne, Brecknockshire, 132.

Joan, wife of, 132.

Nottingham Castle, 74.

Earl of. See Howard.

Nottley, the manor or monastery of, 324

Nowell (Noel) :

Mr. [Alexander], Dean of St. Paul's, 407.

Dr. John, letter from, 491.

—, a prisoner at Bristol, 483, 517, 541.

Nugent, Christopher, Baron of Delvin, 238.

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Oath of Supremacy, 312.

Obdam, Myne Here van, a Dutch Admiral, 333, 334.

O'Brien (O'Bryan) :

Donogh, Earl of Thomond (Thomont), 25, 26, 481, 534.

—, letters from, 471, 473.

—, and the citizens of Limerick, 144, 145, 217.

—, a wish that he might deal with the rebels of Connaught, 219.

—, leaves for Ireland, 470, 471.

Teige, brother of the Earl of Thomond, reported escape of, from Limerick, 217.

O'Donnell, [Hugh Roe], 417.

offers of service against, 98.

a letter to, opened at the examination of George Erskine, 184.

movements of, to join the Spanish, 525.

O'Driscoll, Sir Finin [Funin], Roger Lover repeats his conversation with, 79.

Ogan. See Wogan.

Oge (Og), Thomas. See FitzGerald.

Ogilvy (Ogilvie, Ogleby) :

Mr., 351.

Powrie (Pury), a Scotch Laird, 204.

—, a prisoner in Sir Robert Carey's hands, 22.

—, his release determined upon, 28.

—, relations with the Queen, &c., 29.

—, letter to, 290.

—, letter from, 558.

—, wife and children of, recommended to the 'King of Scots' clemency, 559.

Ogle :

Charles, 44, 86, 214.

George, 44.

Captain John, letters from, 168, 249, 359, 522.

—, sent to parley with the Archduke Albert, 534.

—, wounded at Ostend, 279, 293.

Mr., discharged from attending the Earl of Essex, 39.

Richard, 586.

—, letter from, 438.

Old Castle, 126.

Oldenburgh, Earl of, settlement of his contention with Count Enno, 239.

Olonne (Olon), a bark of, capture of, 377.

O'Mulrian, —, daughter of a rebel, 581.

O'Neill, Hugh, Earl of Tyrone (Tirone, Tierone), “the traitor,” 8, 48, 95, 178, 195, 355, 415, 417, 554.

relations with the King of Spain, 7.

Essex's conference with, 73.

offers of service against, 98, 237, 238, 295.

intercepted letters of, 120, 121, 125, 196.

priest of, 248.

Pope's legate's mission to, alluded to, 363.

visit of the Baron de Dona to, alluded to, 388.

said to have been supplied with powder, &c., from Scotland, 476.

movements of, to join the Spanish, 525.

a visit to the camp of, 539.

munitions &c., from Spain, said to be for, 568.

Ophamon, Thomas, preacher, 480.

Ordnance Office (in the Tower), 37, 135, 136, 244, 283.

officers of the, the providing of ordnance, &c., for Ireland by, 425.

particular services effected in, 551.

clerk of the deliveries in, 585.

Orkney, Earl of, mentioned, 383.

Orleans, 270.

letter dated at, 292.

Ormond, Thomas, Earl of. See Butler.

Orrell :

Captain or Lieutenant, a follower of Lord Monteagle, 46.

George, 44.

Mr., of Turton (Torton), Lanc., a priest, 168.

—, brothers of, 166.

Orsino (Orsine), Verginio, Duke of Bracciano. See Bracciano.

Orsse, 347.

Osbaldeston, Geoffrey, petitions for, 247, 354, 584.

Osborne, John, letters from, 5, 513.

brother's ward, referred to, 5.

Ostcliff, Mr., an attorney, 498.

Osten or Ossen, near Plymouth, 78, 79.

Ostend (Oestend), 199, 361.

letters dated at, 262, 263, 279, 283, 288, 291, 293, 301, 315, 322 (2), 327, 339, 347, 350, 459, 523, 535.

rumour of the capture of, 54.

note of the munitions at, 180.

number of companies, &c., in, 220, 261, 263.

siege of, &c., 252–254, 255, 261–265, 273, 278, 279, 280, 281, 284, 288, 291, 292, 293, 301, 303, 305, 308, 314, 315, 322, 335, 336, 337, 338, 339, 342, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 353, 354, 358, 359, 360, 380, 381, 394, 407, 409, 451, 452, 458, 459, 522, 523, 532, 534, 535.

plans of, during the siege, 293, 354, 583.

Governor of, 261, 262, 342, 348, 349.

noise of firing at, heard off Dover, 271.

English relief for, 273, 405.

English deserters at, 305, 321.

arrangements, &c., for the transportation of men to, 299, 302, 313, 324, 327, 328, 329, 332.

English soldiers in, letter to, 322.

recruiting of vagrants in London, for service in, 331.

landing of men and arms, &c., at, described, 333, 334, 335, 346.

camp before, artillery, powder, &c., for, 380.

Oswestry, co. Salop, town of, petition from the inhabitants of, 583.

Oteley, Salop, 585.

Otemore, land called, 233.

Otford House, the advisability of selling, to procure money for victualling Irish troops, 373.

Ottanes, a Spanish Serjeant Major, sent as a hostage from the Archduke, 522.

Ouseley, Capt. J., letters from, 185, 391.

Ouldern, a Frenchman of, 74.

Oudenbourg (Owdenburgh), 293.

Owen :

Captain, 103.

George, J.P., 93.

John, letter from, 371.

“the worshipful Mr.,” 452.

Thomas, 113.

Owins, town of, in Samogetios, 434.

Oxford, 208, 251.

letter dated at, 400.

Mr. Cuff's chamber at, 56, 57.

prison of, 56.

stone for Cecil House provided at, 343.

Oxford, Earl and Countess of. See Vere.

Oxford University :

Brasenose College, 407.

—, Principal and Fellows of, recommendation from, 146.

—, Principal of. See Singleton.

Exeter College, a senior fellow of, petition concerning, 551.

Merton (Martyn), College in, 55.

—, two parsonages in Northumberland belonging to, letter relative to the leases of, 570.

Oriel College, a former student at, 356.

Worcester College, a scholar at, 356.



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