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'Index: B', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 401-407. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112174 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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B., T., letter from, 120.

Bachelor, John, deputy to the mayor at Dover, 140.

Bacon:
-, Francis, (afterwards Sir Francis) 34, 379.
-, -, letters from, concerning his knighthood, 166, 193.
-, - as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, (Barken), Captain, 153, 155.

Bagher, Peter, 34.

Baily, (Bailly, Baylly, Bayly), Andrew, a banished Jesuit, 107, 110, 119, 140.

Baily, see also Baylie.

Baiona, see Bayonne.

Balbeck, —, Bailey of the Duchy of Lancaster, 228.

Balduke, see Bois-le-duc.

Baldwyn, Father, a Jesuit, 134.

Ballyshannon (Bellashanin), [co. Don. Ir.] 146.

Bancroft, Dr. Richard, Bishop of London, letters from, 25, 170, 171, 183 (2), 184, 187, 194, 200, 205, 227.
-, -, letters to, 156, 194, 205.
-, -, and Roman Catholics, 98, 102, 113, 119, 120, 121, 129, 153, 156, 268.
-, -, and Watson's and Main Plots, 162, 163, 171, 183–184, 187, 194, 200, 205, 227.
-, -, information offered to, 298.
-, -, house of, in London, letter dated at, 25.

Barbary, 140.
-, Viceroy of, 226.
-, Corsairs of, 225, 226.

Barkeley, Edward, 386.

Barker, —, a vicar, 291.

Barkly, see Berkeley.

Barlow, William, D.D., dean of Chester, 224.

Barnard Castle, (co. Dur.) 23.

Barnbye (Barneby), Francis, 154, 227.
-, -, letter from, 277.

Barneham, Martin, 215.

Barnerde, W., Mayor of Hull, letter from, 208.

Barnes:
-, Emanuel, D.D., 394.
-, William, 397.

Barnet [Herts.], 123.

Barrett, (Barret), Richard, grocer, action against Sir William Bowes, 3 (3).

Barrington, —, 398.

Barter, Mr., 45.

Barwicke, Barwyck, see Berwick.

Basell, Mr., 152.

Bashaw, the, 251.

Basing [Hants.], 246.
-, letter dated at, 239.
-, Lord Cecil to go to, 237.
-, their Majesties at, 243.

Basingstoke (Basyngestocke), [Hants.], postal endorsements at, 170.

Baskervile, Humphrey, 369.

Bassett (Basset):
-, Sir Robert, a fugitive in Italy, letter from, 288.
-, -, his brother Arthur, letter to, 288.
-, Marie, a Scottish woman, 297, 298.

Basyngestocke, see Basingstoke.

Bateman, John, 386.

Bath, the Baths, 234.
-, letter dated at, 245.
-, Elizabeth, Countess of, letter from, 349.
-, "My Lord of," a saying of, 202.
-, Earl of, see Bourchier.

Bavaria, Duke of, 339.

Bayherde, the post, 124.

Bayleys, —, a prisoner, 298.

Baylie, —, owing money to Raleigh, 316.

Bayly, see Baily.

Baynton, Henry, 386.

Bayonne, (Baiona, Bayon), [France], 45.
-, letter dated at, 338.

Beauchamp, (Beawchamp), Lord, see Seymour.

Beaumaris, (Angl.), 6.
-, letter dated at, 112.

Beaumont, (Bewmont), Comte de, see Harlay.

Becher, Edward, letter from, 53.
-, -, his son, 53.

Bedchamber, the, Officer of, 320.

Bedell, Thomas, 384.

Beechenden, Robert, lieutenant of Walmer Castle, 264.

Beer, licence to transport, 243.

Beeston, Sir Hugh, 179, 257.

Belfast, Castle of, 196.

Bellashanin, see Ballyshannon.

Bellassis, Sir Henry, 394.

Belvoir (Bever) Castle, 349.

Bennett (Benett, Bennet):
-, Sir John, doctor of the laws, Chancellor to Archbishop of York, 224, 394 (2).
-, Robert, Bishop of Hereford, letters from, 91, 248.
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor of London, letter from, 287.

Benson, Mr., 238, 239.

Beoley [Worcs.], letter dated at, 60.

Berkehay, [? Yorks.], 381.

Berkeley (Barkly), Henry, 19th Baron Berkeley, 230, 371.

Berkshire, 202.

Berles:
-, Sawnder, 261.
-, William, 261.

Berry, Robert, letter from, 184.

Bertie:
-, Peregrine, 9th Baron Willoughby of Eresby, Governor of Berwick, 360.
-, Robert, 10th Baron Willoughby of Eresby, 186.

Berwick-upon-Tweed, (Barwicke, Barwyck), 20, 24, 27, 28, 30, 33, 44, 46, 90, 98, 112, 116, 124.
-, letters dated at, 30, 37, 48, 71, 75, 91, 106, 126, 136, 137, 241, 273, 274, 335 (2), 337, 338, 343, 344.
-, Governor of, office void, 24.
-, -, see also Carey, Sir John, and Bertie.
-, mayors, sheriffs, constables, etc., warrant to, 74.
-, Mayor and Aldermen of, names of, 337.
-, -, letter from, 336.
-, Mayor and Burgesses of, petition from, 351, 369.
-, the Queen and, 52, 53, 56, 117, 119, 126.
-, a company in, promise of, 360.
-, garrison of, 351.
-, -, names of, 274, 369.
-, -, petition from, 354.
-, -, an inquiry to be made into the state of, 134.
-, -, to be dissolved, 135.
-, -, suggested revision of, 136.
-, -, employment of, 137.
-, -, pensions and fees to, 314, 325, 336.
-, -, victualling of, 343.
-, -, a new, 325.
-, -, -, number and rates of, 335, 343.
-, -, muster master of, see Crane.
-, -, deputy governor of, see Skinner, John.
-, -, the Earl of Cumberland and, see Clifford.

Berwick Castle, 351.

Bery Castle, letter dated from, 9.

Besant, Mr., servant of Lord Cobham, 273.

Beskwood (Bestwood) Park, [Notts], Sir Griffin Markham's house at, 194, 205, 232.

Besnacon, —, letter from, 61.

Bestwood, see Beskwood.

Bevan —, his inn, 227.

Bevercoates, Samuel, 394.

Beveron, Messieurs de, 160.

Bewmont, see Beaumont.

Bezien, Allen, of Roscoff, 133.

Bie Plot, see Bye.

Bigges —, a justice of the peace, 36.

Bilboa, (Bilbow) [Spain], 338.

Billett, Mr., 164, 378, 391.

Bilson, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, 313.
-, -, letters from, 305, 306, 308.
-, -, his steward, 299.
-, -, attends the Main Plot Prisoners, 304, 305 (2), 306, 308, 310, 311, 312.

Bindon (Byndon), Viscount, see under Howard, Thomas.

Bing, George, 215.

Bingham, Ellys, chief porter of Walmer Castle, 264.
-, Mr., 262.

Bipont, see Zweibrücken.

Bird, —, 349.

Birde, Samuel, of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 373.

Birkby, John, Alderman of York, 395.

Bishop Auckland, (Durham), 126.
-, letter dated at, 256.

Bishop (Bishope) Sir Thomas, 215, 262.

Blacker, William, 386.

Blackwater, fort of, [Ireland], 339.

Blackwell, Rev., the Archpriest, 148, 153, 156, 172, 206, 221, 227,
-, -, letter to, 153.
-, -, information concerning, 216, 217, 219.

Blague, Dr. Thomas, dean of Rochester, 224.
-, -, letter from, 352.

Blarencorte, M. de, 160.

Blaye [France], 348.

Blechenden, Anne, 23.

Blount (Blunt):
-, Charles, Earl of Devonshire, Lord Mountjoy, Captain of Portsmouth, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 24, 30, 51, 72, 84, 87, 135, 242, 323.
-, -, letters from, 32, 111, 123, 193, 382.
-, -, letters to, 285, 304, 305, 306, 307, 309 (2), 313, 319.
-, -, letters patent granting Exchequer and Duchy lands for his services in Ireland, 138.
-, -, sent to meet the Spanish Ambassador, 244, 245.
-, -, see also Commissioners for trial of conspirators.
-, Sir Michael, as Lieutenant of the Tower, 384.
-, Thomas, of Astley, (Worcs.), 326.

Bluet, Mr., 171.

Blunderville, Thomas, letters from, 66, 144.
-, -, his nephew, see Burnell, Francis.

Blunt, see Blount.

Bockland, see Buckland.

Bodmin, (Cornwall), 264.

Bohun [Humphrey de, 3rd Earl of Hereford and Essex], Constable of England, his wife Maud [de Fiennes], 196.

Bois-le-duc, (Boldut, Balduke), [North Brabant], army of States General at, 244.
-, a battle with the Mutineers at, 255.
-, letter dated at, 256.

Boldut, see Bois-le-duc.

Bole, John, 265.

Bollaine, Bollen, see Boulogne.

Boningford, see Buntingford.

Boorne, Daniel, 252.

Bordeaux, (Bourdeaux), letters dated at, 62 (2).

Borders, see Scotland.

Borer, Captain, of Berwick garrison, 343.

Borow, Mr., 23.

Boseley, William, 215.

Bossu, M. de, 125.

Bosvile, Mr., 36.

Boalth (Bottell), [Northumb.], 126.

Bouillon (Bullen), [Henri de la Tour D'Auvergne], Duke of (Mons. de), 12, 19, 20, 61.

Boulogne (Bollaine, Bollen), 33, 42.
-, Governor of, see Campaniola.

Bounte, M. de, 160.

Bourbon, Mons. ambassador from the Duke of Lorraine, arrival in England of, 164, 165, 166.
-, -, a present to, from James I, 212.

Bourcher, Sir George, 152.

Bourchier, William, 3rd Earl of Bath, 74.
-, -, letters from, 21.

Bourdeaux, see Bordeaux.

Bourke (or de Burgh) Richard, 4th Earl of Clanricarde, 85.

Bourle, see Burghley.

Bowes:
-, George, prospecting for gold, sent to Carlisle by Cecil and the Privy Council, 284.
-, -, letters from, 284, 317, 332, 338, 340, 353.
-, -, his uncle, ambassador in Scotland, 318, 319.
-, Sir William, 335, 393.
-, -, arrest of, 3.
-, -, letters from, 3.
-, William, see Bowll.

Bower (Bowyer) Captain (afterwards Sir William), 377.
-, -, letters, etc. from 260, 354 (2).

Bowll (Bowes), William, letter from, 4.
-, -, conveys banished priests from Harwich to Calais, 66–68, 144.

Boyes:
-, John, 307.
-, Mr., his son, 130.
-, Captain, letter to, 237.
-, Capt. William, 275, 369.

Boys:
-, John, 224.
-, Mr., 262.

Brabant, the President of, a Commissioner of Archduke Albert, 86.

Brabson, John, 252.
-, -, 269.

Brackenborough, [Yorks] 126.

Bradley Hall, letter dated at, 26.

Bradshaw, Lawrence, clerk, 104.

Bramston, Thomas, a priest, 101, 121.

Brancepeth, (Branspeth) [co. Durham], letter dated at, 283.

Brandenburg, House of, 12.
-, Marquis or Elector of, 234–236, 397.
-, Joachim Ernest of, see Awltzbach.

Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk, the late, a claim to the lands of, 275.

Branspeth, see Brancepeth.

Braunschwig see Brunswick.

Braxted (Essex), 352.

Bremen (Breame), 13, 48.
-, letters dated at, 8, 13, 15, 16, 20, 37, 38, 50, 56.
-, dispatch from, 51.
-, Archbishop of, 397.
-, see also under Commissioners.

Brend, James, 386.

Brewerton, Mr., 87.

Brewster, William, letters from, 41, 54.

Bridges:
-, John, dean of Salisbury, 224.
-, Captain Robert, a follower of Lord Grey, 192.
-, -, letters from, 355 (2).
-, See also Brydges.

Briel (Briell, Brill), the, [Netherlands] a cautionary town, commission for, 69.
-, garrison of, a dispute over apparel for, 316, 356.
-, governor of, see Vere.

Brigam, —, 241.

Brightling, (Sussex), 262, 263.

Brigstock, (Northants), 74.
-, Parks, felling wood in, 60, 71.
-, Lord Cecil's fee farm of, 361– 362.

Brill, see Briel.

Briskin, Griffith, 395.

Bristol (Bristowe), letters dated at, 133, 168.
-, Recorder of, 86.
-, an alderman of, 116.
-, aldermen of, names of, 168.
-, St. Peter's Plompe, 168.
-, horses to be sent to, 215.
-, mayor of, see Hart, Ralph.

Bristol, Bishop of, see Thornburgh.

Bristow, Brystow, —, 23.

Brittany, 17, 360.

Brockett (Brokett), Sir John, accused of coining in Ireland, 9.
-, -, letter from, 42.

Brockhill [? Bradwell, Bucks.], 6.

Brode, John, letter from, 340.

Brogrove, Mr., 254.

Broke, see Brooke.

Brokett, see Brockett.

Bromley:
-, Sir Henry, 85, 392.
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Chancellor [1579], 141.

Bronswycke, see Brunswick.

Brooke (Brook, Brookes, Broke, Brouke):
-, Duke, 45.
-, George, brother of Lord Cobham, a prisoner for treason, 194, 200, 207, 229.
-, -, letters from, 207, 229, 251 282, 286, 294.
-, -, discontentment of, 212.
-, -, his debts, 218.
-, -, attitude of, to Cobham, 221, 273, 294, 303, 309, 366. 380.
-, -, treatment of, in the Tower, 226.
-, -, and Sir Griffin Markham's plot, 231, 238–239, 365, 366.
-, -, his wife, letter to, 251.
-, -, -, and children, 282, 295.
-, -, to come to trial at Winchester, 259.
-, -, alleged statement of James I's intentions towards, 272– 273, 366.
-, -, and Lord Grey, 290, 291.
-, -, conference with the Bishop of Chichester, 304, 306, 309.
-, -, execution and burial of, 304, 305, 306, 309, 312.
-, -, his servant, Elks, 212.
-, Henry, 8th Lord Cobham, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 34, 44, 57, 214, 267.
-, -, letters from, 15, 16, 64, 65, 83, 92, 94, 95, 101, 102 (2), 104, 105, 110, 111, 113, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 125, 129, 137, 138 (2), 140, 149, 165, 166, 169, 174, 180, 208, 220, 222, 242, 276, 289 (2), 290 (2), 309, 327, 367.
-, -, letters to, 16, 93, 101, 107, 117, 122, 160, 165, 191, 195, 203.
-, -, discontented with Cecil, 61, 102.
-, -, his licence of cloths, 102.
-, -, proposal to travel abroad, 102 (2), 105, 111, 113, 218, 220.
-, -, and the Coronation, 169, 172, 174.
-, -, in the Tower for treason, 204, 205, 208, 214, 215, 225, 227, 231, 303, 311.
-, -, his trunks, etc., searched, 211.
-, -, the keys of his cabinets sent to Cecil, 215.
-, -, said to have fled, 219.
-, -, and the Catholics, 238.
-, -, alleged treacherous speech of, 306, 366.
-, -, trial of, 247.
-, -, trial of, an attempt to obtain legal assistance for, 271– 273, 275.
-, -, to come to trial at Winchester, 259.
-, -, information offered concerning his plot, 281, 296, 298, 328, 330.
-, -, accusations of, against Raleigh, 285, 286, 305, 306, 313, 321, 327 (2), 366.
-, -, his sister, married to Cecil, 289.
-, -, his servant Wood, 289.
-, -, his servant Morgan, 289.
-, -, "christened" by Henry Darnley, 290.
-, -, confession of, 303, 309.
-, -, entreaties for favour to be shown to, 304, 313, 380.
-, -, attended by Bishop of Winchester, and prepared for death, 304, 305 (2), 306, 308, 310.
-, -, orders of, referring to disputes of commoners in Sandwich, 307, 308.
-, -, his niece, married to Gawen Harvey, 310.
-, -, proposed execution of, 337.
-, -, -, writ for, 313.
-, -, reprieve of, 315, 319.
-, -, and alleged interview with Markham, 365, 366.
-, -, his wife, see Kildare.
-, -, his brother, see Brooke, George.
-, -, and Aremberg, see Aremberg.
-, -, his steward, see Mellershe.
-, -, his secretary, see Rogers.
-, -, his physician, see Lankton.
-, -, house of, at Blackfriars, see under London and Westminster Places.
-, -, house of, at Cobham, see Cobham.
-, Sir John, 273, 380.
-, Thomas, letter to, 337.
-, William, 7th Lord Cobham, Warden of the Cinque Ports, 307.
-, trial (1 Mary), 367.

Brookesby, —, of Leicestershire, 202, 393.

Broughton, Richard, 392.

Brouke, see Brooke.

Brouncker (Brunkard), Sir Henry, 192, 220.
-, -, letters from, 4, 211.
-, -, alleged accusation against, 309.
-, -, warrant to, letting farm of wines, 355.

Browne:
-, -, imprisoned for threatened violence to Cecil, 349.
-, -, servant of Lord Burghley, 264.
-, John, 289.
-, Dr. Lancelot, letters from, concerning his son, Dr. Harvie, 206.
-, Thomas, of Over, 29.
-, William, master of the Salamander, 160.
-, Sir William, 103.
-, -, his servant, Thomas Cossam, 103.

Broxborne [Herts.], James I to be at, 62.
-, letters dated at, 62, 71.

Bruce, Edward, 1st Lord Kinloss, 10, 30, 31, 97.
-, -, letters from, 2, 53, 188.
-, -, and the new coinage, 52.

Brunkard, see Brouncker.

Brunswick (Braunschwig, Bronswycke), Henry Julius, Duke of, 13, 234– 236, 397.
-, -, an alien reported to be his son, 210.

Bruse, Walter, 265.

Brussels, 140, 153, 155, 214, 220, 246.
-, letters dated at, 55, 73, 93.
-, letter sent to, 294.
-, post to, 228, 229.

Brydges, Grey, 5th Baron Chandos, and Lieutenancy of Gloucestershire, 230, 371.
-, -, and claims to Chandos estate, 364.
-, See also Bridges.

Brynn, the (Lancs.), 92.

Brystow, Bristow, —, 23.

Bubalo, Innocent, Bishop of Camerino, Pope's Nuntio in Paris, letter from, 249.
-, -, -, answer to, 299.
-, -, desires an ambassador, from James I, 300.
-, -, and relations between James I and the Pope, 301, 302.

Buchurst, see Buckhurst.

Buckberd, Henry, examination of, 287.

Buckden [Hunts], letter dated at, 76.

Buckhurst (Buchurst), Lord, see Sackville.

Buckinghamshire, 395.

Buckland Lane (Bockland) (Herts), 254, 255.

Buckston, see Buxton.

Budapest, (Pest near Buda), the Emperor's Council of War of opinion to raze and forsake, 235.

Buggins, Nicholas, merchant, 133.

Bulbeck, Thomas, an officer of the Duchy of Lancashire, 205.

Bullen, Duke of, see Bouillon.
-, see also Boulogne.

Bullocke, John, Feodary of Derbyshire,

-, letter from, 266.

Bulmer (Bullmer) Bevis, prospecting for gold, 284, 317, 319, 332– 335, 338, 353–354.
-, -, letter from, 340.

Bunnibye, Willfray, of Whitchurch, 188.

Bunny, Francis, 395.

Buntingford (Boningford) (Herts.), 254.

Burgh, Thomas, 5th Lord Burgh, his services to Queen Elizabeth, 141, 357.
-, -, his wife, Frances, Lady, letters from, 141, 356, 357.
-, de, see Bourke.

Burghley (Burley, Bourle) (Northants), 28, 31, 32, 36, 41, 53.
-, letters dated at, 58, 264.

Burghley, Lord, see Cecil, Thomas, and Sir William.

Burgoine, Francis, 395.

Buriche, Edmund, Feodary of Cornwall, letter from, 264.

Burley, see Burghley.

Burnell, Capt. Francis, Vice-Admiral of Essex, his report of a Jesuit plot, 66–68, 144.
-, -, his nephew, 68, 144.

Burnsell, Anthony, letter from, 208.

Burrell, James, 275.

Burrowes, "my lord of," 339.

Burton:
-, Sir Henry, 105.
-, Richard, preacher, 395.
-, Thomas, 264.
-, Thomas, doctor of law, 395.

Buxton (Buckston), St. Anne (co. Derby), 180.

Butler:
-, Mr., of Cambridge University, 350.
-, Henry, merchant, 37, 38.
-, Sir Henry, 45.
-, Thomas, 3rd Earl of Ormond, letter from, 72.
-, -, suit for continuance of his house, 72.

Butlerage, grant of, 323, 324.

Butterton, Mr., a chaplain, 248.

Bye (bie) Plot, alleged statement of Cobham's concerning, 366.
-, See also Watson, Plot of.

Bye, Renould, 145.

Byndon, see Bindon.

Byram (Byrame):
-, Henry, of Byram, 188.
-, John, citizen and cook of London, examination of, 128.
-, Peter, 188.
-, -, his son Henry, 188.

Byron, Sir John, letter from, 194.



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