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Sachfild, John, Mayor of Bath, letter from, 284.

Sackville :

Thomas, Lord Buckhurst, Lord Treasurer, 10, 101, 111, 139, 146, 165, 194, 197 (2), 211, 251, 277, 308, 329, 345, 348, 355, 390, 391.

—, letters from, 35, 36, 116, 165, 183, 243, 296, 324, 372, 437, 478, 530, 533, 571.

—, letters to, 148, 465, 478, 547.

—, petition to, 540.

—, warrant of, 149.

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

—, house of, 381.

—, and the Queen's customs, 397.

—, reasons why he should continue a license for beer, 544.

Robert, son of Lord Buckhurst, appointed by his father to attend on the Earl of Rutland, 36.

Sadlar, Edward, letter dated at the house of, 315.

Sadleir, Sir Thomas, sickness of mentioned, 289.

Sailly, Sieur, 284.

St. Albertas (Alberts), fort or Sconce near Ostend, the Archduke in, 293, 305.

St. Andeare in Biskie. See Santander.

St. Andrew (Andere), fort or Sconce near Ostend, mentioned, 346.

mutineers in, drive back a sallying party, 278.

St. Ann's Church, house of one Maior near, 147.

St. Asaph, 153.

Bishopric of, 21, 397.

Bishop of. See Morgan.

St. Aubyn, an innkeeper, a witness against Stephen Michell, 267.

St. Clara (Care), the sconce, near Ostend, 301.

mutiny at, 305.

St. Cross, near Winchester, 64.

St. David's, Bishop of. See Rudd.

registrar for the diocese of, 93.

St. Domingo. See San Domingo.

St. George's, near Bristol, 553.

St. Germain's, 327.

St. Katherine's, prison of, 56.

St. James in Galicia, Bishop of, 120.

St. Jago (St. James), a day called, Spaniards reported purpose of storming Ostend on, 278, 284.

St. Jehan, port in Spain, 42.

St. John, E. Lady, letters from, 312, 495.

Son of, 312.

St. Laurence, Nicholas, Baron of Howth, 586.

St. Leger (Sayntlger, Seintleger, Sentleger) :

Sir Anthony, letter from, 313.

John, letters from, 386, 424, 436, 503.

Walter, esq., 95.

St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, parish of, inhabitants of, petition from, 588.

St. Lucas. See San Lucar.

St. Marten's, near Rochelle, road of, 74.

St. Mary Creek, 449.

port of, a fleet at, 213.

St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall, property of Sir R. Cecil, 333.

St. Nicholas, near Plymouth, fort and island of, 191.

St. Omer's, 149, 150, 278, 356.

St. Paoll, Count, 293.

St. Poll, Sir George, letter from, 446.

St. Sebastian, 576.

St. Tander. See Santander.

St. Thomas, 21.

St. Toovil. See Setubal.

St. Valeryes, 150.

Sakfeld, —, a traitor, 556.

Salisbury (Sarum and New Salisbury) :

letters dated at, 75, 235, 437.

Bishop of. See Cotton.

the Bishop's house in, letter dated at, 235.

Mayor of. See Bee.

prison of, 56.

Seditious libel found in the market place of, 75.

“Three Lions of,” letters found in, 325.

Salisbury Court, 142.

Salisbury House, near Ivy Bridge, London, an order granting water for, 412.

Salisbury (Salesburye, Salssbury, Salusbury, &c.) :

Capt., 126, 288.

Sir John, letters from, 445, 489.

—, quarrel with Sir Richard Trevor, 460.

Captain John, brother-in-law of Sir John Lloyd, a follower of Lord Essex, 88, 104, 214.

—, letters from, 287, 294, 307.

—, evidence, &c., concerning, 42, 43, 96.

Captain John, deceased brother of, alluded to, 294.

—, complaint against, 445, 446.

one, captain of a vessel, 314.

Capt. Owen, a follower of Lord Essex, 103, 556.

—, evidence concerning, &c., 42, 43, 96, 122.

Salop (Shropshire), County of, 98.

Salt, allusion to, 536.

Saltash, co. Cornwall, mentioned, 6.

Salter, Adrian, servant of Richard Gifford, 64, 101.

Saltonstall :

Alderman, person confined in the house of, 2.

Sir Richard, death of, 181.

Saltonston, Peter, son of a former Mayor of London, adventures of, 416.

Salucces (Saluser), Marquisate of, 15, 22.

Salusbury. See Salisbury.

Samogetia, 434.

Sams, John, request that he may not be chosen as sheriff for Essex, 486.

Son of, son-in-law of the Lord Mayor of London, 486.

Samwell, William, Justice for Northamptonshire, letter from, 437.

San Domingo voyage, referred to, 46.

San Lucar (St. Lucas), in Spain, 115, 219, 314, 369.

a fleet at, reported on, 213.

San Marcello, Cardinal, 173.

San Marco, 289.

San Martino, Marquis de, 163.

San Thome, letter dated at, 86.

Sandford (Sandforth), Thomas, a former recusant, 317.

letter from, 312.

wife of, mentioned, 317.

Sands, Sandes. See Sandys.

Sandsfoot Castle, in Dorset, keepers of, 467.

Sandwich, 271, 299.

letter dated at, 375.

embarkation, &c., of soldiers for Ostend from, 324, 327, 332.

Mayor of, 303, 313, 324.

—, and the furnishing of horses for the train of the Marshal de Biron, 374, 375.

Mayor and Jurats of, letter from, 375.

mayor's deputy of, 299.

Sandys (Sands, Sandes, &c.) :

Christian (Christine), Lady, letters from, 96, 139 (2), 181, 182.

Edwin, wrongs against the Archbishop of York, 208, 209.

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

Samvell, a bill concerning lands bought by, 557.

William, Lord, 44, 103, 214, 556.

—, letters from, 109, 139, 146, 309, 456.

—, date of committal to the Tower, 102.

desires permission to write to Sir R. Cecil, 117.

—, obligations to Cecil, 181, 182.

—, proposals as to his fine, 182.

Santander (St. Tander, St. Andeare), 369, 568.

Santi, Signor Corento, assassinated, 172.

Sarravia (Seravia), Dr. Hadrian, letters from, &c., 5, 6, 8.

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Saunders :

—, nephew of, 464.

John, of Bristol, 236.

Saunderson, Nicholas, 440.

Savage :

Sir A., in attendance on the Marshal de Biron, 382.

John, scrivener, blanks with the Great Seal of Scotland found in his desk, 441.

Robert, ironmonger, 441.

Savile (Savill, Savell) :

Henry, Provost of Eton College, Warden of Merton College, has his letters and papers seized, 54.

—, Anne Philips questioned concerning, 56, 57.

—, restraint and release of, 130.

—, petition that he might resume his care of Lady Walsingham's grandson, 131, 132.

—, letters from, 564, 570.

Ja., Baron of the Exchequer, letter from, 237.

—, servant of, 252.

Sir John, J.P., of Yorkshire, 583.

Savoy, mentioned, 3, 53.

peace with France alluded to, 15, 22.

Ambassador Extraordinary from, 172.

Spanish soldiers from, reported movements of, &c., 199.

Duke of, peace with the King of France, 19.

—, places surrendered to, 158.

—, terms of the peace, 158.

—, Italian troops disbanded by, 159, 337.

—, reported negotiations with the King of France, 568.

Sayntlger. See St. Leger.

Saxey, Justice William, letters from, 392, 432.

his claims for legal preferment, 393.

Scanderoon (Scandron), 453.

Schenck's (Shink's) sconce, on the Rhine, 282.

Schermar, Jeronimo, news of Ostend brought by, 278.

Sciatica (“sheatecka”), 402.

Scilly (Sullye), 229.

Deputy to the Governor in. See Penwarn.

feared invasion by the Spaniards, 412, 427.

St. Mary's Isle in, letter dated at, 429.

Scorie, Silvan, son of a bishop of Hereford, 19.

Scotland, King of, James VI., 85, 137, 273, 416.

letters from, 299, 398, 444, 507.

letters to, 184, 185, 398, 406, 509, 537, 558.

affairs of the Borders, complaints by, &c., 398, 399.

ambassador of, in France, 351.

anger at the Bishop of Durham's refusal to restore goods to some Scotch merchants, 97.

conference with Sir William Eure, 15, 90.

in the North parts, 416.

Irish policy discussed, 417.

news to be communicated to the, 404, 405.

the Queen's relations with, 290, 524.

relations with the Master of Gray, 22, 271, 272.

relations with Pury Ogilvy, 28.

reported knowledge of Earl of Essex's Rebellion, &c., 43, 106.

offers to, from the Catholics, 573.

Scotland, Mary, Queen of, alluded to, 49.

Scotland, Scottish and Scotsmen, &c., 73, 85, 137, 196, 351.

affairs in, 416, 417, 418.

—, discussed by Sir R. Cecil, 21, 137, 228, 229, 524.

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

Borders (Marches) of, 29, 355.

—, question of the pledges, 203, 204.

—, spoils committed in the West Marches, 229.

—, disturbed state of the West Marches, 235, 236, 275.

—, arrangements for release of Scottish pledges, 275.

—, spoiled by private faction, 275.

—, directions, &c., as to the government of, 344, 345.

—, proceedings in, discussions concerning, 398, 399.

—, disorders in the West, discussed, 524.

—, letter from the inhabitants of the West Marches, 582.

—, deputy warden of the West March, 524.

—, Warden of the East March, and the keeping of Scottish pledges, 379; see also Willoughby, Lord.

—, Warden of the Middle March, and the keeping of Scottish pledges, 379; see also Carey, Sir Robert.

—, Warden of the West March, 398; see also Scrope.

coinage in, 418.

Earl of Tyrone said to have had supplies from, 476.

French and Spanish Ambassadors expected in, 418.

goods, letter concerning warrants for the restitution of, 550.

help sent to Irish rebels from the North and West of, 405.

Lancashire men in, 168.

levies for Ireland, 524, 525.

letters for, sent to Sir R. Cecil, 193.

merchant, a, interception of, recommended, 91.

merchants, order from the Council to restore goods to, disobeyed, &c., 97.

pledges, arrangements for release of, &c., 275, 295, 379.

—, account of an escape of, 379.

regiments for Ostend, 336, 346.

—, before Rhyn-Berke, 249, 250, 265, 281.

Seminary priest conveyed into, 309.

Ships full of soldiers bound for Lisbon, 305.

Spanish faction in, paper setting forth dangers which might grow from, 538.

woollen goods for, license desired for, 330.

Ambassador accompanies the Queen on a visit to the Earl of Lincoln, 184.

Great Seal of, 441.

Queen's agent in, 275; see also Nicolson, George.

the Secretary, 381.

Lord Treasurer of. See Home.

Scott :

Capt., 527.

—, money which ought to have been paid to, complaint concerning, 435.

Sir John, letter from, 147.

Robert, 188.

Scottishman, a, offering to do the Queen service in Spain, 539.

Screven :

Mr., 413.

Thomas, letter from, 368.

Scribleston, Dublin, village of, 586.

Scrine, Baron of, 238.

Scrope (Scroope), Thomas, Lord, Warden of the West March, 155, 209, 309, 379, 381, 398, 399, 524.

letters from, 398 (2).

letters to, 398, 414.

letter of instructions, 344, 345.

Soldiers to be sent to, 254.

a confession to be sent to, 296.

Scudamore (Skidmore) :

Sir John, 97.

Lady, 131.

Seaborne, John, of Sutton, a papist, 107.

Seabour, 435.

Sebastian, Don, return to Portugal feared, 304.

Sebuar (Sebure). See Zubiaur.

Sefel. See Seville.

Sefton (Sephton), in Lancashire, letter dated at, 160.

Seintleger. See St. Leger.

Selby :

—, the matter of, 140.

Captain John, 117, 214.

—, letters from, 212, 564.

—, plea for, 75.

Selman, John, petition from, 587.

Semendes, Anrique, 476.

Seminary priests in London, 553. See also Jesuits, &c.

Semys, Thomas, letter signed by, 164.

Senott, Patriarch, chaplain to the Governor of the Groyne, 120.

Seres, William, made clerk to take the merchants' entries, 112.

Seriago. See Zubiaur.

Serrano (Serrant), Sig. Matteo, a Spanish lieutenant of artillery, 305.

Setubal (St. Toovil), in Portugal, a carvel wrecked in the bay of, 143.

Sevell, Thomas, of Casbourgh, Robert, son of, examination of, 356, 357.

Severn (Severan), 554.

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

Seville (Cyvell, Civill, Sefel, &c.), 150, 548.

Dutch in, made to work the galleys, 115.

troops to be taken from, 115.

galleys laden with powder sent from, 213.

Seymour (Seamer) :

Edward, Lord Hertford, 211, 212.

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

Edward, letters from, 175, 206.

—, son of, mentioned, 175.

—, concealed lands, fine required by the Commissioners for composition, 206.

Lord Henry, 371.

—, letters from, 144, 414.

Mr., 254.

Shacrosse, John, a perfumer, 542.

Shaftesbury (Shafton), letters dated at, 3, 333.

Sharpe :

George, letters from, 430, 521.

Leonell, letter from, 294.

Shaw, John, petition for a wardship, 477.

Shawe, Agnes, 186.

Shean, Morris, the Earl of Desmond's man, 491.

Sheen, 575.

Sheffield :

Edmund, Lord, letters from, 241, 243.

—, marriage of a daughter of, referred to, 241.

—, his desire to succeed Lord Willoughby, 243.

Gregory, 44, 87.

Lady, letter to, 221.

Sheffield Lodge, letter dated at, 14.

Shelberye, John, prays for a lease, 501.

Shelden, Mr., 553.

Sherborne, co. Dorset, letter dated at, 396.

packet bearer of, 396.

Sherland, Edward, executor of Henry Sherland, linen draper, complaint against, &c., 205, 512.

Sherley (Sherle, Shirley) :

Sir Anthony, “Ambassador of the English nation,” 147.

—, letter from, 215.

—, at Rome, reception by the Pope, 173.

—, and the opening of Persia, 215, 216.

—, a Dutch page of, 264.

George, letter from, 495.

—, wife of, mentioned, 495.

Sir Thomas, 182, 318.

Shertenbusche. See Bois-le-Duc.

Shingelhale, letter dated at, 396.

Shinngleton. See Singleton.

Ships and pinnaces, H.M., captain of, 18.

Ships named :

Advauntage, 331.

Adventure, 331.

Advice, 331.

Affection, an engagement with Spaniards, 304.

Antloppe, 330.

Awnswere, 331.

Black Horseman, of Flushing, a voyage of, &c., 576.

Carvel, 539, 540.

Chance, 540.

Charles, 330, 378.

Claw, 540.

Crane, 331.

Darling, 343.

Defiance (Defyaunce), 330.

Diamond, 539, 540.

Dreadnought, 330, 333.

Elizabeth, of Falmouth Harbour, 144.

Fox, of Horne, 314.

Garlande, 330.

—, a former boatswain of, 570.

Golden Lyon, 330.

Guift, of London, 314.

Hope, 330.

—, letter dated aboard, 303.

John, of Malbrook, 532.

John au Baptist, 314.

John and Francis, of London, 378.

Lion, 302.

—, letter dated on board, 308.

Lion Drumler, 330.

Lion's Whelp, the, 330, 408.

—, victualling of, &c., 447, 453, 454.

Lioness, provided for conveying an ambassador to Denmark, 387.

—, voyage of the, 171, 177.

— account of goods brought by, 539.

Margaret, of London, 314.

Marie Galland, 299.

Marigold (Marigould), the, 378.

—, victualling of, &c., 408, 447, 453, 454.

H.M.S. Nonpareil (Nanperilla), 489, 530.

New Year's Gift, the, a pinnace, wrecked on the coast of France, proceedings concerning, 400.

Pretence, alias St. Andrew, 314.

Quittaunce, 330.

Rainbow (Raynbowe), the, 330.

Roebuck, the, formerly belonging to Sir Walter Ralegh, 465.

Refuge, 314.

Refusal, 483, 539, 540.

Ryall, 540.

St. Paul, Spanish man-of-war, 429.

St. Philip, Spanish man-of-war, 429.

Speedwell, of Waterford, 144.

Sunday (Sonday), of Waterford, captured by Spaniards, 196.

—, master of examined, 119, 120.

Swaert Odler, the, 476.

Vanguard (Vanngarde), the, 331.

—, letter dated aboard, 170.

—, scarcity of rations on board, 271.

Vyolett, man-of-war of Weymouth, examination of the master of, 229.

Wastspite, 330, 343, 449.

Watte, 539, 540.

White Grayhound, “il Levriere Bianco,” a prize, 539.

—, capture of, by the English, 136.

—, goods taken from, 177.

White Hound, of Calais, 118.

Shires, maritime, a charge laid upon, 513.

Shoreditch, 56

Short, Thomas, 65.

Shrewsbury (Shrouesbury), Earl and Countess of. See Talbot.

Shrewsbury (Salop), town of, petition from the inhabitants of, 583.

Shropshire, Essex's possessions, in, 82; and see Salop.

Shute, Richard, letter from, 86.

Shuttleworth, Sir Richard, Chief Justice of Chester, letter to, 45.

Sichenen, 459.

Sicilian trade, intelligence given by a French pilot concerning, 453.

Sicily, trade with Alexandria, mentioned, 408.

Sidley. See Sydley.

Sidney. See Sydney.

Sieur, Stephen Le. See Le Sieur.

Silks, smuggling of, 396.

Sillery, M. de, 163.

Simple (Sympill, Sympl) :

J., 439.

James, Laird of Beltries, 505, 506, 559

—, letters from, 462, 508.

Matthew, 505.

Sinclair (Sinkler), Captain, son of Lord, from Scotland, 1.

Singleton (Shingleton) :

Tho., principal of Brasenose College, Oxon., 146.

unfit for a place at St. Paul's, 407.

Siretland, Duke of. See Sweden.

Sittingbourne, co. Kent, letter dated at, 151.

Skeffington, Wm., J.P., in Staffordshire, 34.

Skidmore. See Scudamore.

Skinks sconce. See Schenck's sconce.

Skinner (Skynner) :

John, letters from, 112, 152, 218.

—, letters to, 472, 518.

Mr., and bribery for places, 209.

Vincent, 373, 404.

—, letters from, 197, 348.

Skytter, co. Lincoln, resort of priests and Jesuits, 437.

Slebech (Slebeach), by Milford Haven, 92, 108.

Sleeve, the, ships ordered to lie in. 323.

Slegg, Henry, 186, 187.

Sleighter, Richard, petitions for wardships, 230, 499.

Slesbury Court, letter dated at, 37.

Slingisby, —, cousin of the Earl of Northumberland, 535.

Sluys (Sleuse, Sluce), 207, 219, 265, 407.

the States, intentions with regard to, 221.

a sand bank at the mouth of the haven of, 409.

Smalman :

Thomas, death of, 18.

Stephen, son of, 18.

Smith (Smithe, Smythe) :

Mr., 51.

—, a waterman, Essex's servant, 50.

—, a shoemaker, wife of, 124.

—, one of the Clerks of the Council, 208, 537.

—, connected with the customs, 210 (2).

—, having charge of the musters in Somersetshire, 341.

—, farm of customs held by, 345.

—, Counsellor of the law, 351.

Dr., 115.

Francis, 44, 88.

James, Mayor of Hereford, 173.

—, letters from, 153, 173.

John, widow of, a petition from, 505.

John, 537.

Capt., 273, 283.

Laurence, 112.

Laurence, an advocate, 318.

Martha, letter from, 505.

Nicholas, customer of Yarmouth, letter from, 517.

Reynold, 214.

Robert, servant of Catherine Poole, 221.

Sheriff, 48, 49, 198, 214.

Timothy, 252, 276.

Thomas, 187, 537.

Thomas, prisoner in the Tower, 102.

—, letter from, 530.

W., letter from, 37.

Capt. William, 150, 151, 285.

Snagg, Mr., a Queen's serjeant, 392.

Snape, co. York, letter dated at, 379.

Snoden, Robert, 178.

Snook (Snouke), Osmond, letter from, 564.

Snygge, George, letter from, 378.

Soame :

Dr. Robert, letter from, 339.

Sir Stephen, 132.

Solicitor [General], the, See Fleming.

Solms, Count, before Rhyn-Berke, 248, 249.

Ambassador from the Elector Palatine, 409.

Somborne. See King's Somborne.

Somerset, county of, levies for Ireland, 212.

the musters in, 341.

petition for the place of colonel in, 385.

Somerset :

Edward, Earl of Worcester, Councillor for the March of Wales, 567.

—, examination before, 43

Henry, son of the above, Lord Herbert of Ragland, 225.

—, House of, next to Cecil House, 343.

—, and his wife, alleged wrongs done to, 563.

Thomas, 540.

Sonnen, 380.

Sonning, Manor of, Berks? 274.

Sores, Count of, 394.

Sound, the, 239.

prohibition of shipping from passing, 163.

Southampton House, 365.

Southampton, Earl and Countess of. See Wriothesley.

South Benfleet, co. Essex, letter dated at, 347.

South Sea, the, 207, 213.

Southwark. See London Places.

Spain :

Infanta of, and the Crown of England, the Earl of Essex's speeches relative to, 66.

—, movements of, 293.

King of (Philip III.), 120, 157, 162, 280, 322.

—, employing Italian soldiers, 7.

—, relations with the Earl of Tyrone, 7.

—, naval and military preparations, 19, 118, 143, 144, 304.

—, number of the armada of, 289.

—, list of English ships secretly conveyed to, 314.

—, birth of a daughter to, 405.

—, pepper belonging to, 477.

—, his designs, &c., discussed, 553, 554.

—, report of peace with the King of France, 568.

Spain, Spaniards, Spanish, 98, 147, 196, 207, 213, 329.

the coast of, 298, 408.

designs and preparations, &c., 42, 74, 115, 118, 143, 163, 304, 305, 333, 360, 394, 548, 553–555, 568.

Englishmen prisoners in, 6, 512.

faction, the, offers of service against, 98.

fleet, a captain sent to discover the movements of, 326.

French Ambassador in, an affront to, 381.

French fishing ships warned off, 369

French transport their goods from, 368.

in Ireland, news concerning, 414, 417, 427, 429, 525, 526.

Italian mercenaries in pay of, their destination, 173.

Jesuit College in, a priest from, 269.

lout taken from Cyprus by, 289.

man-of-war, vessel captured by a, 299.

money from, expected in the Archduke's camp, 535.

news from, 172, 422.

plans for operations against its West Indian trade, &c., discussed, 129.

prisoners taken at Kinsale, arrangements for the transportation of, &c., 532.

reinforcements before Ostend, 305.

Ships for Ireland, cargo of, 6, 7.

—, rumours and reports of, &c., 316, 353, 355, 381.

Ships for the East Indies, 7.

Ships arrested in, 544.

Ships sighted off the south coast of England, conduct of, &c., 192, 196.

Spaniards slain by Indians in Balduvya, 213.

Soldiers from Savoy, destination of, 199.

a statement of the Queen's policy as regards, 183.

trade, intelligence given by a French pilot concerning, 453.

troops in Italy, distribution of, 159.

virulence of the plague in, 293, 369.

West Indian fleet, its movements, 129, 172.

Spanly, one, a smith, servant of, 285.

Sparow, Capt., 527.

Spawe (Spa ?), the, pretended travellers to, &c., refuse to take the oath of supremacy, &c., 356, 357.

Speed, one, the son of, 587.

Spence, John, petition for wardship, 456.

Spencer (Spenser) :

Alderman, 530.

Sir John, Crosby Place, the house of, a fit lodging for the Earl of Mar, 88.

Mrs., 95.

one, attempt to rescue a prisoner, 167.

Spendillo, —, a prisoner in Bridewell, escape of, to France, 199.

Spicer, Nicholas, letter signed by, 499.

Spinola (Espinola), Signor Ambrosio, of Spain, 159, 293.

Spinosa, Giovanni di, a Spaniard, bankruptcy of, 172.

Sprat, William, 44, 87.

Squire, one, servant to Sir George Cary, 65.

Stade (Stoad, Stoode), in Hanover, 151, 238, 264.

letter dated at, 515.

delay in the return of ships from, 397.

Staden, Secretary of, 229.

Stafford, county of, gentlemen of, followers of Lord Essex, 34.

Ralph Wilbraham's farmhouse in, 128.

Stafford :

one, 294.

Edward, Lord, Councillor for the March of Wales, 225, 327, 567

—, letter from, 320.

—, letter to, 320.

—, appointed to the Council of Wales, question of his lodging, 320.

Sir Edward, 147.

—, creditors of, 26.

—, a grant made to, 26.

—, letters from, 395, 401.

Sir Humprey, 84.

Sir John, letters from, 486, 565.

Reve, 84.

W., letter from, 400.

Staines (Stanse), co. Middlesex, 384.

“the Boush” at, letter dated at, 328.

Stallenge :

Mr., 341.

William, 55, 323, 406.

—, letters from, 219, 368, 418, 446, 457 (2), 471, 480, 512, 517, 527, 533.

—, the master of a bark of, imprisonment at the Groyne, 219.

—, money disbursed by, for the fitting out of the Marigold, &c., 453, 454.

—, man of, Jesuit to be delivered to, 504 (2).

Stanberry, George, Mayor of Barnstaple, 519.

—, letters from, 432, 454, 461, 462, 490, 491, 497.

Standen, Edward, letter from, 45.

Standish, letter dated at, 320.

Standley. See Stanley.

Stanhope (Stanhop, Stannope) :

Mr., 236.

—, cousin of the Attorney General, 332.

Edward, 540.

Sir Edward, letter from, 232.

Sir John, Vice-Chamberlain, 111, 156, 204, 225–227, 239, 248, 276, 389, 426, 448, 587.

—, letters from, 423, 498, 565.

—, letters to, 350, 369, 436, 515.

—, proposed appointment as commissioner for enquiry into monopolies, 325.

John, nephew of Sir John, 583.

—, letters from, 369, 502.

—, father of, match arranged by, alluded to, 369.

—, mother of, 369.

Michael, letter from, 565.

Stanley (Standley) :

—, man of John Arnold, 127.

—, 556.

William, Earl of Derby, a marriage between the daughter of, and the son of the Emperor of Russia, discussed, 388.

Sir Wm., 56.

Stanmore (Stanmer, Stamer), 201.

letter dated at, 202.

Stanton, Dr., 171.

Staperr, Richard, letters from, 190, 343, 352, 468.

husband of the daughter of, 468.

Stapilton, Mr., of Carleton, younger brother of, 498.

Stapleton, Thomas, letter from, 197.

Star Chamber, 39, 194, 198, 244, 251, 472, 545, 570.

William Eure's case in, 11.

a motion to be made to the Lords in, 297.

a case to be brought into, 470.

Sir Henry Winston disgraced in, allusion to, 486.

Starch monopoly, 507.

States General, the. See United Provinces.

Stationers, warden of, sent for by the Bishop of London, 88.

Stephens :

James, wardship of the heir of, 501.

Richard, Bailiff of Leominster, letter from, 114.

Stepney [Stepneth], Albone (Albane), late sheriff of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthen, 93, 540.

Sterne, William, 186.

Steward, Patrick, 550.

Stickelles, Robert, letter from, 566.

Stoad. See Stade.

Stocke, letter dated at, 467.

Stock(e), Capt. Thomas, letter from, 299.

Stockton, tithes of, 18.

Stoke, 289.

letter dated at, 373.

the Queen proposes to dine at, 332.

Stokes, John, merchant, London, 8.

Stonor, Sir Francis, letter from, 510.

Stoode. See Stade.

Stoughton, Laurence, J. P. for Surrey, 170.

Stourbridge fair, 289, 316, 455.

Stourton :

Frances, Lady, letter from, 566.

Lady, mother-in-law of Frances, Lady Stourton, indicted for recusancy, 566.

Strangers in England, loans from, 12.

Stratford Langthorne, letter dated at, 29.

Stretham, Isle of Ely, manor of, 585.

Stringer, Philip, 186.

Strod, Mr., concerned in a wardship, 333.

Stroll, 265.

Strong (Stronge) :

Peter, merchant, 121, 196.

—, examination of, 120.

—, letter from, 568.

Thomas, Bishop of St. James in Galicia, death of, 120.

Stroud, John, 95.

Stroude, John, counsel at law, 28.

Stuart, Ludovic, Duke of Lennox, Ambassador of the King of Scots, 293, 351, 373.

in London, 449, 450.

interview with the Queen, 462.

question of his lodging, 463

desires a pass to France for one of his servants, 491.

in France, 508, 509, 521.

Stumppe, one, of Walterston, alleged murderer of, 127.

Sturbridge fair. See Stourbridge.

Style, William, letter from, 566.

father of, executor to Mrs. Dane, 566.

Subsidy, a question concerning the payment of duties for, 533.

Sue Beckon, 477.

Suffolk, co. of, sea-coast of, 98.

muster mastership of, a suit for the place of, 183.

levies in, &c., 319, 441.

Suffolk, Duke of. See Grey, Henry.

Sugar, kinds of, 539.

Suliard, Edward, letter from, 26.

Sullye. See Scilly.

Sulyard, Mr., desires a passport to Italy, &c., 169, 170.

Summerby, letter dated at, 224.

Sunderark, Simple, master of a vessel, 314.

Surrey, Justices of the Peace, letter from, 170.

Sussex, deputy lieutenants of, 35.

Sussex, Earl and Countess of. See Ratcliff.

Sutliff, Solomon, information concerning, 582.

Sutton, co. Hereford, 107.

Sutton :

Edward, Lord Dudley, letters from, 78, 80.

Richard, J.P., of Sutton, Cheshire, information given by, 197.

Will, 146.

Sutton Regis cum Buckingham, a farmer of the prebend of, continuance petitioned for, 540.

Swale, Dr., at Cambridge, 223, 401.

Swayne, Arthur, 3.

Sweden, the Swethens, 151, 202.

proposed league between England and, 207.

wars with the Poles, 347.

a letter from the Queen to, contents of, discussed, 444.

King of Denmark's relations with, 511.

Sweden (Sweethland, Siretland), Duke or Prince Charles of, (“His Excellency”), 512.

letter from, 207.

progress of the campaign of, 239, 264, 434, 435 (2).

birth of a son to, 239, 264.

Stays ships, 387

letter of defiance sent to, alluded to, 435.

persuaded of the Queen's goodwill, 435.

daughter of, reported to be going to marry Grave Maurice, 435.

English Ambassador to visit, on his return journey from Russia, 571.

Swell, Adam, 66.

Swift, Ezekiel, servant of Sir Stephen Thornhurst, 325.

Swindon, Wilts, 499.

Swiss mercenary troops, 158, 164.

Swynnerton, Mr., 346.

Sydley or Sidley, Captain Ralph, suspected of writing libels, 53.

Sydney (Sidney) :

Barbara, Lady, letter from, 358.

Mr., readiness to perform Cecil's wishes, 358.

Sir Philip, a follower of, aids in the Essex Rebellion, 46.

—, in the Low Countries, reference to, 521.

Sir Robert, letters from, 9, 402, 409, 470, 517, 581.

—, desires satisfaction in the matter of one of his servants, 402.

—, to be godfather to the son of Capt. Throckmorton, 503.

Symonds :

John, man of John Arnold, 125.

John, 499.

Sympill. See Simple.

Syon, letter dated at, 535.

Synnews, Mr., 187.

Synnot (Sinnott), Patrick, a priest, 568.



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