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M. S. Giuseppi (editor)

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1930

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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 415-417. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112177 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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East Indies, 29.

Eaton (co. Hereford), 201.
-, see also Eton.

Ecclesiastical Causes, a conference concerning, 256.
-, -, Commissioners for, see Canterbury and York.

Ecclesiastical Commission, troubles consequent on ceasing of, 93.

Ecclesiastical General Council, James I's desire for, 346.

Edg.? Edinburgh, q.v.

Edinburgh (Edr., Edg.), 112, 118.
-, letters dated at, 4, 28, 31, 34, 54, 60, 335, 339, 342.
-, Holyrood House, Palace of, letters dated at, 10, 21, 25, 40, 274.
-, -, Lord of, 65.
-, proposed visit of the Queen to, 53.
-, the Queen in, 116.
-, the plague in, 274.
-, gold prospectors at, 332–335, 354.

Edmonds, Sir Thomas, 37, 156, 391.
-, -, examination of four students of Douai by, 220.

Edmont, Monsieur, 114.

Edney, Captain, 17.

Edward III, King, 320, 391.
-, IV, King, 72.
-, -, his Queen, see Elizabeth.
-, the Black Prince, 391.

Edwards, Thomas, under-porter of Sandown Castle, 252.

Effingham "Lord," see Howard, Charles.

Egerton:
-, Mary, 215.
-, Sir Thomas, afterwards Lord Ellesmere, Lord High Chancellor, Keeper of the Great Seal, 3, 57, 74, 81, 84, 90, 127, 141, 203, 209, 233, 336, 352, 367, 397.
-, -, letters from, 271, 275, 312.
-, -, memorandum of state affairs by, 49.
-, -, to give the oath to Cecil, 88.
-, -, and the new Chancellor of the Exchequer, 95.
-, -, certificate of ownership of Durham Place signed by, 111.
-, -, to ride to Windsor, 144.
-, -, and the Coronation, 169, 172.
-, -, and dispute of the Norreys family, 178, 253, 363.
-, -, as Ecclesiastical Commissioner for Canterbury, 223.
-, -, as Ecclesiastical Commissioner for Province of York, 394.
-, -, and the defect of authority in Westminster 228.
-, -, and Irish coinage, 355.
-, -, and the clerkship of Outlawries, 368.
-, -, appeal to, from Admiralty Court, 374.
-, -, house of, see Harefield.

Eland, Mr., chaplain of the Bishop of Lincoln, 76.

Eliott (Elyott):
-, Captain, 293.
-, Thomas, 386.

Elizabeth, Queen, 24, 30, 31, 32, 34, 38, 63, 72, 81.
-, -, death of, 2, 8, 9, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 29, 31, 45, 50, 60, 73, 345.
-, -, -, Jesuits crossing to England since, 98.
-, -, funeral of, 26, 40, 43, 44, 49, 53, 58.
-, -, -, date fixed for, 52, 56.
-, -, -, proposed warrant for provisions for, 69.
-, -, Wars of, cost of, 2.
-, -, subsidies to, 2.
-, -, Sir William Bowes account to, 3.
-, -, and the States General, 30.
-, -, libel on, 34.
-, -, hatred of, by the priests, 41.
-, -, mourning for, 56.
-, -, alleged report that some of her councillors were pensioners to the King of Spain, 67, 144.
-, -, lands escheated to, 139.
-, -, grant of denizens by, 141.
-, -, and Sir William Waad, 149.
-, -, and the Wardenship of the Cinque Ports, 149.
-, -, letters patent of, relating to the Manor of Hadnam, 164.
-, -, Turks allege piracy by ships of, 225.
-, -, and the license to transport tin, 241.
-, -, excommunication of, 279.
-, -, bondage of Catholics under, 283.
-, -, relations between the Pope and James I before the death of, 300, 301.
-, -, and gold prospecting, 319, 331, 341.
-, -, and Cambridge University, 349.
-, -, mention of letter to, from James I, 380.

Elizabeth, Queen of Edward IV, a descendant of, 190.

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James I, 143, 144.

Elks, Timothy, servant to George Brooke, 212.

Ellesmere, Lord, see Egerton.

Ellys, William, an alderman of Bristol 168.

Elmes, John, letter from, 185.
-, -, letter to, 186.

Elphinston (Elpstone, Elveston), Sir James, Secretary of State for Scotland, 64.
-, -, letters from, 26, 69, 273.
-, -, letters to, 243, 259.
-, -, cousin of, 69.
-, -, information offered to, 298.
-, Sir John, letter from, 4.

Elvan (Alwan) Water (Scotland), 340, 342.

Elveston, see Elphinston.

Elwood, Thomas, 129.

Elyott, see Eliott.

Emberson, Robert, 252.

Emden, (Embden), Earl of, 397.

Emerall (?) 40.

Emperor, the, Charles V., 315.
-, see also Rudolf II.

Empire, the, Chamber of, 235.
-, States of, and Turkey, 235.
-, coinage of, 235.

Enfield Chase [Middx.], 46.
-, Rangers and keepers of, petition of, 83.
-, Padis Lodge, 84.

England, help from, to Ostend, 39.
-, Union of, with Scotland, 346.

English Commissioners at Bremen, see Commissioners.

Ennisever, island of, near Ballyshannon, 146.

Erbury, Mr., 262, 263.

Erdeswycke —? 257.

Ernest (Arnest), Count, see Nassau.

Errasquin, Martin de, 337.

Erskine (Eskyn, Aeeskin, Areskyne):
-, John, 18th Earl of Mar, 28, 31, 44, 57, 65.
-, -, letter from, 97.
-, -, son of, 97.
-, -, Prince Henry removed from charge of, 102.
-, Sir Thomas, cousin of Earl of Mar, 28, 133, 212, 369.
-, -, and the office of writs of subpoena, 375.

Esk, river (Cumberland), 120.

Eskyn, see Erskine.

"Essenden, Lord of," see Cecil.

Essero, monastery of, near Ballyshannon, 146.

Essex, 156, 175, 179.
-, Sir Edward Stanhope's house in, 181.
-, lieutenancy of, 398.
-, Vice-Admiral of, see Burnell.

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux.
-, Lady, see Devereux.
-, Mr., 254.

Eton (Eaton), [Bucks.], letter dated at, 171.

Eton College, Warden of, see Savile.

Eure, Ralph, Lord, Commissioner for the treaty at Bremen, 6, 48, 393, 394.
-, -, letters from, 7, 13, 37, 50.

Euurs, Sir William, 28.

Evans, —, feodary of Leicestershire, 251.

Eveling, George, 215.

Everard, Justice, 72.

Evered, John, 34.

Ewbridge [?], letter dated at, 163.

Exchange for Irish money, proposed warrant for maintenance of, 68.

Exchequer, the, 37, 49, 89, 144, 314.
-, Chancellor of the, Sir George Home to be given post of, 94.
-, -, see also Fortescue and Home.
-, judges of, commission for, 69.
-, marshal of, 70.
-, Under Treasurer of, Sir George Home to be given post of, 94.
-, lands of, grant of, 138.
-, Lord Chief Baron and other Barons of, letter to, 362.
-, Lord Chief Baron of, see also Periam.
-, Baron of, see Savile.
-, warrant to Treasurer and chamberlains of, 154.
-, Receipt of, 323.
-, records of, relating to Brooke, Lords Cobham, 367.

Exeter (Exon.), postal endorsement at, 170.
-, church, 316.

Exeter, Bishop of, 223.
-, dean of, see Sutcliff.

Exon, see Exeter.

Eynatten (Eynat), Ludovicus van, student, 219, 220.

Eyre beyond Trent, Justice of an, office void, 24.
-, (Oire) this side Trent, Justice of, 256.



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