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'Index: C', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 407-413. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112175 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Cade, W., letter from, 55.

Cadge, John, 252.

Caesar, (Ceasar), Dr. Julius, doctor of the laws, 116, 209.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.

Cairston, Barwick, 338.

Calais, (Callis), 6, 33, 34, 42, 94, 95, 111.
-, Sergeant Major of, 6.
-, banished priests conveyed to, 66, 144.
-, Catholics coming to England from, 98, 107, 140.
-, Sir Robert Mansell's fleet at, 108.
-, Archduke Albert's Ambassadors to embark from, 109.
-, M. de Rosny at, 121, 122, 153, 155, 156.
-, a pass for, 145.
-, a letter to the King of France to be hurried to, 155, 156, 163.
-, Lorraine Ambassador at, 166.
-, a passenger from Whitstable to, 173.
-, Duke of Wurtemburg's ambassador at, 182.
-, customs established at, 338.
-, the sign of the Pineapple in, 387.

Calendar, the old, abolition of, in Germany, 235.
-, the new, rumoured to be accepted in England, 235.

Callis, see Calais.

Calvert, George, 54.

Cambell, Dionise, letter from, 64.

Cambridge, letter dated from, 5.
-, Mayor of, 5.
-, University of, Chancellor of see Cecil, Sir Robert.
-, -, Vice-Chancellor of, see Smith, William.
-, -, Corpus Christi (Bennett) College, Mastership of, controversy as to, 349–351.
-, -, -, petition concerning election to, 150.
-, -, Emmanuel College, Fellows of, letter from, 373.
-, -, Jesus College, letters dated at, 29, 89.
-, -, King's College, an uproar at, 76, 80, 93.
-, -, -, Bishop of Lincoln visits, 76, 80.
-, -, -, letter dated at, 80.
-, -, -, Provost and Fellows of, letter from, 80.
-, -, -, petition to James I from, 93.
-, -, Trinity College, a suit against, over land, 103.
-, -, -, Master of, Nevill, 103.

Cambridgeshire, Lord Gerard's house in, 257.

Camerino, Bishop of, see Bubalo.

Campaniola, M. de, Governor of Boulogne, 160.

Campbell, Archibald, Earl of Argyle 44.
-, -, letter from, 102.
-, -, and rents paid to James I from Scotland, 273.

Canaries, the, 29.

Canby, Thomas, 381.

Canke [?], 223.

Canterbury, (Canterberie), 122, 172.
-, postal endorsements at, 42, 191, 195 (2).
-, letters dated at, 123, 210.
-, Ambassadors from the Elector Palatine to go to, 94.
-, French Ambassador at, 125.
-, the Duke of Lorraine's Ambassador at, 164.
-, strangers in, 210.
-, the Spanish Ambassador at, 163, 244, 245.
-, Causes Ecclesiastical for, Commissioners for, names of, 223, 224.
-, mayor of, see Gaunt,

Canterbury, Archbishop of, see Whitgift.
-, Archdeacon of, see Fotherbie.
-, -, dean of, see Nevill.

Capel (Capell):
-, Sir Arthur, letter from, 175.
-, Sir Gamaliel, 74.

Capuchins, 216.

Cardear Pasha, late viceroy of Tunis, 225.

Cardiff, 168.

Carewe (Carew):
-, Sir George, Lord President of Munster, 17, 57, 58, 126.
-, -, letter from, 6, 8.
-, -, in Scotland, 105.
-, -, alleged accusation against, 309.
-, -, particulars from, concerning services of Munster and Ulster to the State, 359.
-, George, letter from, 80.
-, Harry, 82.
-, Henry, letters from, 101, 127, 209.
-, Mr., 30.

Carey (Cary, Carie):
-, George, 2nd Lord Hunsdon, Lord Chamberlain, Governor of Isle of Wight, 24, 136.
-, -, death of, 254.
-, -, debt to, to Captain Jackson, 359, 360.
-, -, his brother, see Carey, Sir John.
-, -, see also Chamberlain, Lord.
-, Sir John, brother of Lord Hunsdon, Governor of Berwick, 24, 126.
-, -, letters from, 29, 135.
-, -, letter to, 71.
-, -, a proposed duel with, 117, 359–360.
-, -, established Marshal of Berwick, 360.
-, Sir Robert, Warden of the Middle Marches, 9, 46, 138, 352, 353, 393.

Carey, see also Cary.

Carisbrooke (Casbrooke), I.O.W., 365.

Carleton, see Carlton.

Carlisle (Carlell, Carliell), 20, 21, 332.
-, letters dated at, 20, 147, 259, 261, 284 (2).
-, a disorder in, 133, 147.
-, a court of public justice held in, 260.
-, men from, for Berwick, 343.
-, post of, 354.

Carlisle, Dean of, 394.
-, Archdeacon of, 395.
-, Bishop of, 393, 394.
-, Bishop of, Chancellor of, 395.
-, -, see also Robinson, Henry.

Carlton (Carleton) (Notts), Mr. Mullenux's lands of, 253.

Carneden Prior (Cornwall), 265.

Caron, Sir Noel de, letter from, 101.

Carpenter, Cox, 338.

Carrell, Edward, 215.
-, Sir John, 215.

Carrick, see under Ships.

Carrickfergus (Knockfergus) Castle of, (co. Antrim,) 197.

Carussie, Mr., 263.

Carvill (Carvell) Capt. Robert, 275, 354, 369.

Cary, Sir George, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Treasurer of Ireland (Mr. Treasurer) and Treasurer at Wars, 9, 45, 126, 132, 135, 148, 192, 378.
-, -, letter from 125.
-, -, office of, as Treasurer at Wars, 50, 51.
-, -, see also Ireland, Lord Deputy of.
-, Henry, and his son, apprehension of, 357–358.
-, Mr., 45.

Cary, see also Carey.

Casbrooke, see Carisbrooke.

Castra, M. de, 125.

Catholics, see Roman Catholics.

Catholic Majesty, see Spain, King of.

Cautionary towns, see Low Countries.

Cave, William, letter from, 361.

Cavendish, Lady Grace, letter endorsed by, 157.
-, Henry, 44.

Caxton (Cambs), postal endorsement at, 61, 81.

Ceasar, Dr. see Caesar.

Cecil, (Sessell, Cicill, etc.):
-, Dr., —, 170, 227, 250.
-, Sir Edward, son of 2nd Lord Burghley, sent to the King, 11, 18, 28, 31, 32.
-, Sir Robert, afterwards Lord Cecil of Essendon, (see below) Secretary of State, (Mr. Secretary).
-, -, letters to, (as Sir Robert), 1–88, passim, 395.
-, -, letters, etc. from, 1, 49, 52, 58, 63 (2).
-, -, his draft of Proclamation on Accession of James I, 1.
-, -, warrant to, to make cachet to close King's letters, 10.
-, -, his farm of the Customs, 22, 82,. 96, 115, 124, 362.
-, -, remembrances and memoranda of, 23, 24, 49, 68, 214.
-, -, appointed keeper of Privy Seal and Signet, 25.
-, -, son of, 41.
-, -, -, dances with the young Princess, 143.
-, -, -, lands to be bestowed on, 197.
-, -, privy purse expenses of, 45.
-, -, and the lease of Durham House, 54.
-, -, and Master of Gray, 58, 59, 63.
-, -, and an alleged Jesuit plot against James I, 67–68, 144.
-, -, as Chancellor of Cambridge University, 76, 80, 93, 103, 150, 177, 350, 351.
-, -, arrangements for taking the oath on his creation, 88.
-, -, as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 103.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.
-, Sir Robert, as Lord Cecil, of Essendon, letters to, 88–395 passim.
-, -, letters from, 124, 151, 193, 226, 237, 239, 240, 243, 259, 269, 331, 361, 362, 363 (2), 364.
-, -, obtains the King's leave for Lord Cobham to travel, 102 (2).
-, -, and a claim for the lease of Pontefract Park, 103.
-, -, now become a Northamptonshire man, 107.
-, -, his cause of complaint of the merchants for grant of customs, 115.
-, -, rumours that he is in disgrace with the King, 132, 188, 213.
-, -, nominated as Warden of the Cinque Ports, 149.
-, -, as Warden of the Cinque Ports, letter to, 307.
-, -, and a vacancy in the Customs Office, 164.
-, -, as commissioner for victualling English army in Ireland, 167.
-, -, as High Steward of Hull, 208.
-, -, alleged to have devised Watson's Plot, 216.
-, -, his property in Carneden Prior, Cornwall, 265.
-, -, as Master of the Court of Wards, 276 (2), 352.
-, -, his house in the Strand, 277.
-, -, wife of, Lord Cobham's sister, 289.
-, -, and information from a prisoner in the Gatehouse, 297, 299, 326.
-, -, passport signed by, 299.
-, -, and gold prospecting, 319, 333, 338.
-, -, alleged attempts against life of, 349, 379.
-, -, and the fee farm of Brigstock parks, 361–362.
-, -, James I anxious to hear from, 379.
-, -, brother of, see Cecil, Thomas.
-, -, brother-in-law, see Vere.
-, -, his niece's kinsman, Sir Walter Cope (q.v.), 363.
-, -, and relations with Cobham, see Brooke, Henry.
-, -, as Commissioner for trial of Conspirators, see Commissioners.
-, Thomas, 2nd Lord Burghley, Lord President of York, brother of Lord Cecil, 29, 39, 43.
-, -, letters from, 10, 18, 28, 31, 33, 36, 106, 107, 118, 132, 232, 264, 357.
-, -, house of, in London, 29, 36.
-, -, to relinquish Presidency of the Council of the North, 106.
-, -, and the new Councillors for the North, 113, 128, 133, 386.
-, -, to meet the Queen, 128, 133.
-, -, relations with Lord Cecil, 132.
-, -, requests a vice-president to supply his place, 181.
-, -, a follower of, 339.
-, -, commission for Lieutenancy of Northamptonshire, and grant of forest of Rockingham to, 357.
-, -, to have lieutenancy of Northampton, 398.
-, -, Memoranda of, 398.
-, -, son of, see Cecil, Sir Edward, and Sir William.
-, -, daughter of, see Hatton.
-, Sir William, first Lord Burghley, father of Sir Robert, 9, 17, 124, 126, 191, 268, 371, 372, 391.
-, -, his bounty to the garrison at Berwick, 137.
-, -, and the grant of Customs offices, 324.
-, -, as Lord Treasurer, 360.
-, Sir William, K.G., son of 2nd Lord Burghley, 357.
-, -, his son William, 2nd Lord Roos, 357.
-, the priest, see above, Dr. —.

Chaderton, William, Bishop of Lincoln, letter from, 76.
-, -, at King's College, Cambridge, 76, 80.
-, -, petition to James I from, 93.

Chaloner (Chalenour), Sir Thomas, 28, 203.
-, -, letter from, 204.
-, -, letter to, 393.

Chamberlain, Edmund, 265.

Chamberlain, Lord, 45, 105, 113, 173, 175, 199, 212, 284, 290, 323.
-, -, and Brigstock Parks, 361.
-, -, letter to, 375.
-, see also Carey, George and Howard, Lord Thomas.

Chambers, William, 386.

Champernone, —, son [in law ?] of Sir J. Popham, 202.

Chancellor, the Lord High, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, see also Egerton.

Chancery, the, 88, 144.
-, suits and causes, 3, 107, 111.
-, judges of, commissions for, 69.
-, a writ out of, concerning the Coronation, 172, 174.
-, Masters of, 234, 256.
-, -, see also Stanhope, Edward, and Swale.
-, register of, 374.

Chandeboye, upper and lower, Ireland, 196, 197.

Chandos (Chandoies), Frances, Lady, letter from, 38.
-, -, daughter of, 38.
-, -, and claims to Estate, 364.
-, Estates, claims to, 364.
-, Lord, see Brydges.

Channel Islands, the, 148.

Channel Passage, Commissioners for restraint of, 140, 180.
-, -, letter from, 34.
-, deputy clerk of, 280.

Chapel Royal, dean of, see Montague.

Chapman, Henry, alderman of Newcastle, 395.

Charier, Dr., of Cambridge University, 350.

Charles V, Emperor, 315.

Chartley (Staffs.), letters dated at, 81, 113, 131, 143, 176, 179.

Chatfield, Thomas, 274.

Chatillion, M. de, 160.

Cheek, Mary, Lady, letter from, 187.

Cheshunt (Cheston) (Herts) 255.

Chester (Cheshire), 112.
-, letters dated at, 19, 22, 41, 93, 104.
-, Aldermen of, 21.
-, Dean of, 394.
-, -, see also Barlow.
-, Bishop of, 394.
-, -, Chancellor, of 395.
-, -, see also Vaughan.
-, Archdeacon of, 395.
-, Mayor of, 395.
-, -, see also Glaseour, Hu.

Chester, County of:
-, arming of recusants in, 93.
-, Chamberlains of, Earls of Derby as, 381.
-, Earl ("Count") of, the Black Prince, 391.
-, Chief Justice of, and Council of Marches of Wales, 392.
-, Justice of, see Lewkenor.
-, holding of assizes and great sessions in, 97.

Chester, West, 331.

Chester, Charles, letter from, 247.
-, Sir Robert, 254.

Chesthunt Park (Cheston,) 71.

Chichester, Sir Arthur, 125.
-, -, letter from, 196.

Chichester, Bishop of, 223.
-, -, see also Watson, Anthony.

Chigwell (Essex), letter dated at, 182.

Chillingham [Northumberland], 126.

Chippenham (Wilts,) 384.

Chippingdale, Dr. John, letters from, 19, 95, 251.
-, -, son of, feodaryship of Leicestershire bestowed on, 251.

Chiswick (Middlesex), 271, 272.

Chopwell [co. Durham], lease of, 372.

Christian IV, King of Denmark, 7, 208, 339, 383.
-, -, letter to, 347.
-, -, at Rostock, 236.

Churchman, Robert, letter from, 364.

Church of England, a refusal to receive communion of, 167.

Cicester, see Cirencester.

Cinque Ports, 16.
-, ambassadors likely to arrive at, 117, 118.
-, sheriffs and deputy lieutenants of, 118.
-, the Combarons of and the Coronation, 169, 172, 174.
-, order to stay those concerned in Watson's Plot from passing, 193, 195.
-, Lord Warden of, see Brooke, Henry, 8th Lord Cobham, and Cecil, Lord.

Cirencester (Cicester) (Gloucestershire), 47.

Civil, see Seville.

Claiges, M. de, 125.

Claims, Commissioners of, for Coronation, see under James I.

Clanricarde (Klenricard), Frances, Countess of, letter from, 365.
-, Earl of, see Bourke.

Clappam, Mr., 266.

Clare, Sir Henry, letter from, 182.

Clark (Clarke):
-, Andrew, 34.
-, William, 23.
-, John, 252.
-, see also Clerk.

Classe, Federico, 251.

Clement VIII, Pope, 281.
-, -, letter and commission from, to James I, 5, 300–302.
-, -, diplomatic relations with France, 77.
-, -, and the Raguseans, 78.
-, -, goodwill to James I, 206, 249–251, 277, 300–302, 346.
-, -, letters reported to be brought from, 217.
-, -, relations with James I before Elizabeth's death, 300, 301.
-, -, desires Prince Henry to be educated as a Catholic, 301–302.
-, -, alleged plan with France to bring England to Catholic obedience, 329.
-, -, Nuncios of, see Nuncio.

Clergy, subsidies from, 2.

Clerk (Clerke, Clearke):
-, Geoffrey, 265.
-, Francis, letter from, 35.
-, (alias Francis), William a priest, concerned in a plot, 171, 172, 216, 244.
-, -, letters from, 156, 157, 222.
-, -, description of, 194.
-, -, arrest and examination of, 230.
-, -, to come to trial at Winchester, 259.
-, Sir William, 149.
-, see also Clark.

Cleve, Captain of the Henry Raven, 253.

Cleveland, Archdeacon of, 395.

Cleves (Cleve), Duchess of, 213.

Cliffe, Richard, 145.

Clifford:
-, Francis, 20, 393.
-, George, K.G., 3rd Earl of Cumberland, Lord Lieutenant of the North Counties, 121, 273, 353, 393.
-, -, letters from, 46, 83, 117, 133, 145, 257, 260, 345, 370 (2).
-, -, letter to, 37.
-, -, and Berwick and the North Counties, 133, 147, 257–259, 260–261, 338, 343.

Clink, the, Southwark, 227.

Clinton, Henry, 2nd Earl of Lincoln, letter from, 90.

Closeburn (Closburne), laird of, 353.

Closet, clerk of the, suggested appointment as, 199.

Clothworkers, company of, 102.

Clyde, river (Scotland), 340.

Cobham, letter dated at, 199.

Cobham, [Hall], [Kent], Lord Cobham's house at, 220, 221, 247.
-, -, letter dated at, 129.

Cobham: Ann, Lady, letter from, 62.
-, Henry, Lord, see Brooke, Henry.
-, Lady, see Kildare.

Cockaine, Mr., 167.

Cockburn (Kokburn, Cocburne), Lord, letter from, 54.

Cocke, Sir Henry, letter from, 62.

Coinage, a new, 49, 52.
-, of Empire, 235.
-, Irish, see Ireland.

Coke, Sir Edward (Mr. Attorney General), 46, 94, 103, 128, 169, 177, 182, 184, 198, 237, 372, 379, 384.
-, -, letters from, 34, 72, 92, 113, 119, 121, 139, 142, 157, 179, 198, 368.
-, -, certificate of ownership of Durham Place signed by, 111.
-, -, report of, on Havering Park, 136.
-, -, and the Wardenship of the Cinque Ports, 149.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, -, and Lord Cobham, 271, 275.

Coks, Mr., 23.

Colchester, Bailiffs of, letter from, 213.

Cole, Thomas, 395.

Coleshill (Coleshull) [co. Warw.], 6.

Collen, Thomas, 262, 263.

Cologne (Collen), 381.
-, treaty of, 13.

Colonits, Oythered, 339.

Colville, Captain, 180.

Combes, William, 224.

Commissioners to enquire concerning Watson and the conspirators, letters from, 183, 184, 187.
-, -, letters to, 194.
-, for trial of conspirators [in Main Plot], letters to, 305, 312, 319–321.
-, English at Bremen, letters from, 7, 13.
-, -, returning to England, 56.
-, for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, see Canterbury.

Common Pleas, Court of, 368.
-, -, Judges of, commission for, 69.
-, -, Lord Chief Justice of, see Anderson.
-, -, Justices of, see Walmesley and Warberton.

Compton, William, 2nd Baron Compton, 74.
-, -, letter from, 112.

Conesbye, Ro., 83.

Coningesbie, Sir Thomas, 392.

Conisby, Mr., 241.

Connaught, Spanish ships land at, 111.

Constable, Henry, letter from, 131.
-, Sir William, 372.

Constantinople, the English Ambassador at, 137.

Conway, Sir John, 36.

Cook (Cooke):
-, Sir Henry, letter from, 71.
-, Mr., 74.
-, Robert, B.D., 395.
-, Robert, M.A., 395.
-, Sir William, letter from, 103.

Cope, Sir Walter, 95, 105, 269, 270, 356, 378.
-, -, and Lord Cobham, 271, 275.
-, -, letters from, 274, 368.
-, -, to act as counsel for Lord Norreys, 178, 253, 363.

Coperarey [?], 46.

Copley, Anthony, conspiracy of, 189, 239.
-, -, arrest of, 153, 172, 183, 187, 365, 366.
-, -, in the Tower, 215.
-, -, questions to be asked concerning the archpriest, 221.
-, -, sister of, see Gage.

Copthall [?], 383.

Corbett, John, letter from, 188.
-, Mr., 37.

Cordall, Mrs., see Annesley.

Cork, [Ireland], 16.
-, application for post of sheriff of, 348.

Cornwall, 178.
-, Duchy of, ill handling of the, 57.
-, escheator of, 264.
-, tenures by knight's service in, 264.
-, prospecting for minerals in, 318.
-, Dukes of, question of descent of, 391.
-, Feodary of, see Buriche.

Cornwallis, Sir William, letters from, 147, 176.
-, -, his father, 147.

Coronation, the, see under James I.

Corunna, the Groyne, 16, 17.

Cossam, Thomas, 103.

Cotherington, Richard, 397.

Cotton, —, son of Lady Cheek, 187.

Cottrell, —, 311.

Council, the, see Privy Council and North.

Council of Wales, see Wales.

Countenan, M. le Baron de, 160.

Courle, a priest, 129.

Court, the, 31.
-, letters dated at, 21, 48, 63, 122, 124, 212, 213, 364.
-, Sir Griffin Markham's attempt to take, 231.

Courtenay, Monsieur de, 114.

Courteny, Sir William, 11.

Couvert, —, 7.

Coventry [co. Warw.], 6.
-, letter dated from, 9.

Covert, Sir Walter, 215.

Cowell, Richard, 241.

Cowper, John, 395.

Crane, —, a Puritan preacher, 82.
-, John, muster master of Berwick, 345.
-, -, letters from, 71, 137, 241, 273, 274, 335 (2), 338, 343 (2), 368.

Crawford Moor (Craufurdmoor) (Scotland), mining in, 319, 332, 334, 335, 338, 340, 353.
-, letter dated in, 319.

Crawford, Robert, examination of, 34, 35.

Crawick (Crayke) Water, Scotland, 340.

Crayford, Mr., his eldest son, 191.

Crayke Water see Crawick.

Creak (Creake), Dr., a Judge Delegate, 44.
-, -, letter to, 63.

Creke, Dr., assigned counsel for the Society of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 150.

Crewkerne, Somerset, postal endorsement at, 170.

Croft (Crofte, Crofts, Croftes):
-, Sir Herbert, 117, 202.
-, -, case of, 369.
-, Sir James, 265, 266.
-, Mr., 116.
-, -, Richard, of Eaton, 201, 393.

Croke, Jo., Commissioner to enquire concerning Watson and the Conspirators, letters from, see under Commissioners.

Cromer, James, 215.

Cromford (Co. Derby), 40.

Cromwell (Crumwell), Edward, 3rd Lord, 393.
-, -, letter from, 46.
-, Mr., 84.
-, Oliver, 19, 370.
-, -, wife of, Lady Palavicina, 370.

Crooke, John, Recorder of London, 224.

Crosham, William, B.D., 395.

Crosse, Sir Robert, letter from, 163.

Crouce, John, 203.

Crown, Clerk of the, 169, 228.

Crown Jewels, the, 214, 380.
-, Lands, Officers for the Revenue of, 240.
-, -, descent of, on decease of Elizabeth, 391.

Croydon, [Surrey], letters dated at, 150, 177.

Crumwell, see Cromwell.

Cullomore, John, 288.

Cumberland (Cumbreland), the King's lands in, 120.

Cumberland, Earl of, see Clifford.

Curle, Edward, letter from, 371.

Cursus, M., a minister, 262.

Customs House, 124, 167.
-, vacancy in the, 164, 324.

Customs, farm of, see Cecil, Sir Robert.

Cutler, John, 94.

Cutts, Sir Henry, 215.

Cypher, letter in, 293.



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