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'Index: H I', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 422-426. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112180 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Habgood, William, 264.

Hackington (St. Stephens) [Kent], letters dated at, 121, 172.
-, postal endorsement at, 173.

Hacklett (Hacklutt), —, widow of, 201, 393.

Hackney, (Hackne), 75, 267.

Hadham, [Hertfordshire], letter dated at, 175.

Hadnam, [?] manor of, 164, 378.

Hadsor, Richard, letter from, 145.

Hadyesa, Marmaduke, letter from, 208.

Haeses, the two captains, see Hayes.

Hague, the, 189.
-, assembly of the States General, at, 240.

Hales:
-, Charles, afterwards Sir Charles, a commissioner of Carlisle, 133, 147, 394 (2).
-, -, letter from, 258.
-, Christopher, Attorney General to Henry VIII, 72.
-, John, 215.

Halirudhus (Holyrood House), Palace of, see Edinburgh.

Hall, —, cousin to Lord Zouche, 186.

Hallamshire (Halumsher), [Yorks], 247,

Hallydaye, Christopher, a fisherman.
-, a statement from, 173.

Halyrudhowse (Holyrood House), see Edinburgh.

Haman:
-, Edward, 264.
-, Richard, 264.

Hambleton, James, agent for James I, 380.
-, -, a Scotsman, 130.

Hamburg, City of, 125.

Hamburgers, the 236.

Hamilton:
-, Claud, 1st Lord Paisley, 44.
-, James, 297, 299, 326, 329, 330.
-, Lord John, 1st Marquis of Hamilton, [1599–1604], 28.
-, -, a Jesuit, 111.

Hammerwood, [? Yorks.], 381.

Hammond, John, letter from, to his brother, 339.

Hampshire, lieutenancy of, 230.

Hampstead (Hamsteed), letters dated at, 214, 316.

Hampton Court, [Middlesex], 194, 237.
-, letters, etc., dated at, 193, 203, 214.

Hampton, John, 386.

Hamsey (Hamson), (Sussex,) 262, 263.

Hanger, George, 167.

Hanmar, Edward, of North Wales, 339.

Hano, Grave of, 19.

Hanse Towns, the (Hanses, the), 7, 12, 13, 16.
-, a protest by agent and solicitor for, against English Merchant Adventurers, 234.

Hanseatic League, the, 126.

Hanson, Daniel, 262.

Hardwick, (co. Derby), 40.
-, letters dated from 4, 45.

Hardy, Mr., barrister of Grays Inn, 3.

Hare, Ralph, 215.
-, -, 269, 270.

Harefield (Harfield, Harfilde, Harvell), [Middlesex], letter dated at, 231.
-, the Lord Chancellor's house at, 149, 271, 274.
-, -, letters dated at, 271, 312.

Harfart [?Hertford] Borg, postal endorsement at, 170.

Harfilde, see Harefield.

Harford, see Hertford.

Haringworth, see Harringworth.

Harison, see Harrison.

Harlay, Christophe de, Comte de Beaumont, French Ambassador in England, 24, 32, 45, 104.
-, -, letters from, 23, 70, 76, 114, 176, 374.
-, -, packet for, 42.
-, -, desires an audience with James I, 73.
-, -, and an error in a letter from James I, to the French King, 153, 155–156.

Harmer (Harmar, Mr. Warden), Dr. John, Warden of Winchester College, letters from, 279, 303.
-, -, letter signed by, 313, 320.
-, -, attends Lord Cobham, 308.

Harmon, Thomas, 145.

Harpur, Sir John, 267.
-, Richard, called "Sir Richard," 266, 267.

Harpusch, [?] Count of, 397.

Harries, Count, 255.
-, -, of the Savoy Liberty, 227.

Harrin, M. de, 125.

Harrington (Haryngton):
-, Sir John, letters from, 98, 125, 130, 212, 267.
-, -, letter to, 269.
-, -, house of, the King to go to, 58.
-, -, wife of, 267, 270.
-, -, a suit against, 378.
-, John, 386.
-, Thomas, 215.

Harringworth (Northants), 185.

Harris, —, apprehension of, 245.

Harrison, (Haryson, Harison):
-, Philip, a penitentiary of the Pope, 140.
-, Thomas, 261.
-, William, 93.

Hart (Harte):
-, Henry, 386.
-, Percival, letter from, 72.
-, Ralph, Mayor of Bristol, letter from, 168.

Harvell, see Harefield.

Harvey, (Harvy, Harvie, Harvye):
-, Dr., a petition for his appoint ment as physician to the Tower, 206.
-, Sir George, afterwards Lieutenant of the Tower, 152, 243, 276.
-, -, letters from, 231, 303, 313, 322, 327.
-, -, letters to, 226, 239, 240, 327, 331.
-, -, imputation against, and proposed resignation of Lieutenancy of the Tower, 313, 322 (2), 327.
-, -, his son Gawen, accused of aiding Raleigh and Cobham in the Tower, 303, 310–311, 322, 327.
-, -, -, letter from, 310.
-, -, -, wife of, 310.
-, Captain Gawen, 6.
-, Sir Gawen, 152.
-, Sebastian, Lady Markham's uncle, 212.
-, Sir William, letter from, 71.
-, Capt. William, 339.

Harwich, [Essex], letters dated from, 4, 6, 43.
-, prisoners embarked from, 4, 66.

Harwich haven, H.M.S. the Lion in, 67, 144.

Haryngton, see Harrington.

Haryson see Harrison.

Hasan Pasha, Grand Vizier of Turkey, 225, 226.

Hasilldon, see Hesselton.

Hastings [Sussex], 98.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, 141.
-, Elizabeth, Lady, (dau. of Lord Burghley), 36.
-, -, application to serve the Queen, 388.

Haughton, Mr., 164.

Hauré, Marquis di, as Amabassador from Archduke Albert, 55.

Havana, Lieutenant of, 253.

Havering-atte-Bower (Essex), house and park of, 75, 136, 139, 392.

Hawkins, Richard, Mayor of Plymouth, letter from, 288.

Hayes (Haeses):
-, Capt., 9.
-, Capt. Edward, 52.
-, -, letters from, 54, 85.
-, Capt. Thomas, 52, 54.
-, -, letter from, 85.

Hayninges [? Yorks.], 380.

Heale, Serjeant John, of the Inner Temple, Justice of Assize, 34.

Healie, Mr., 262, 263.

Hecla, Peter von, 203.

Heidelburg (Heydelberg, Hedelbarg), 12, 19.

Hellingly (Hellingslie), (Sussex), 263.

Hempe, Thomas, 215.

Hendon [co. Middlesex], letter dated at, 199.

Henderland (Hinderland Meget) Water (Scotland), 341.

Henley [Oxon.], 245.

Henry IV, King of England, 381.
-, VI, King of England, 196.
-, VII, King of England, 72, 381, 391.
-, VIII, King of England, 72, 75, 347, 348, 391.
-, IV, King of France, see France
-, Prince, son of James I, 143, 144.
-, -, an Act recording his being put in the charge of the Duke of Lennox, 102.
-, -, his delivery to the Queen, 116.
-, -, servants of his Chamber and other ordinaries at Oatlands, 203, 204.
-, -, the Pope's desire that he should be educated in the Catholic religion, 301–302.

Henshaw (Hensey) [Northumb.], raid of, 352.

Heralds, the, Garter King at Arms, 25.

Herbert:
-, Sir John (Secretary of State, Commissioner for the treaty at Bremen), 48, 223, 393.
-, -, letters from, 6, 7, 13.
-, Sir Philip, 74.
-, William, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, 58, 220, 243, 385.
-, -, letter to, 242.
-, William, 392.

Herdson, Mr., and a suit against Lord Cobham as Warden of the Cinque Ports, 149.

Hereford, letter dated at, 210.

Hereford, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.
-, -, see also Bennett.

Herefordshire, 201, 202.
-, Sheriff of, see Hyett.
-, under-sheriff of, see Kyrle.

Heriot, —, 305.

Herisonne, Thomas, 92.

Hermishawe (Hermishaue), Jaques, 280, 387.

Heron, Serjeant, his eldest son married, 62.

Herrick, —, 388.

Herries (Herrys) Lord, see Maxwell.

Hertford (Harford):
-, Earl of, see Seymour.
-, Lady, 385.

Hertford Sessions, 252.

Hertfordshire, 167.
-, common drovers and transporters in, 252.
-, Clerk of the Peace of, letter to, complaining of the bad roads, 254.
-, Justices of, 370.

Hesketh (Heskitt), Thomas, afterwards Sir Thomas, Attorney of Court of Wards, 394 (2).
-, -, letter from, 88.
-, -, information offered to, 298.

Hesse (Heston, Hesson):
-, Landgrave Maurice of, 12, 19.
-, -, letter to, 364.
-, -, brother in law of, see Schaumberg.
-, the nephew, 397.
-, the uncle, 397.

Hesselton (Hasilldon) [Yorks.], 380.

Heston, see Hesse.

Hewme, see Home.

Hewsden [?Hoogstraaten, Brabant], 255.

Heydelberg, see Heidelburg.

Heydon, Sir John, 72.

Hicks, (Hickes, Hix):
-, Baptist, affairs of, 22.
-, Michael, 344.
-, -, letter from, 267.
-, Sir Michael, 45, 74, 378.
-, Mrs., letter from, 164.
-, William, alderman of Bristol, 168.
-, William, letter from, 378.

Hide:
-, Barnard, letter from, 167.
-, Henry, 386.
-, Nicholas, of the Middle Temple, 386.

Higgin, Anthony, bachelor in divinity, 395.

Higgins, Stephen, an apothecary, 228.

High Commission Court, 205.

Highgate [Middlesex], letters dated from, 124, 147, 179.

Hill, (Hyll):
-, Dr., an archpriest, 349.
-, Mr., employed by the French King, 329.
-, -, a priest, 232.

Hilton, Mr., a minister, 262.

Hinderland, see Henderland.

Hitcham, Robert, counsellor, petition of, 379.

Hix, see Hicks.

Hoby (Hobby):
-, Sir Edward, letter from, 15, 22.
-, Sir Thomas Posthumus, letter from, 57, 394.

Hodgsonn, Thomas, 275.

Hoffkirk, Baron, an ambassador from Austria, 235.

Hogsdon [?Hoxton], q.v.

Hohenlo, Count (Hollokes), 255.

Holden, John, 34.

Holirodhous (Holyrood House), see Edinburgh.

Holland, 122, 144, 173.
-, vice-admiral of, a conference with Sir Robert Mansell, 108–110.
-, see also United Provinces.

Holland:
-, Richard, 395.
-, Richard, J.P. of Lancaster, letter from, 88.
-, -, 216.

Hollanders, see Dutch.

Hollokes, Count, see Hohenlo.

Holstein, (Holsatia, Holst), Duchy of, 126.
-, Duke of, 397.

Holyhead (Anglesey), 41.

Holyrood House, (Halirudhus, Halyrudhouse, Holirodhous, etc.), Palace of, see Edinburgh.

Home, (Hume, Howme, Hewme):
-, Alexander, 6th Lord, 44.
-, Sir George, afterwards 1st Baron Home of Berwick, Lord Treasurer of Scotland, 44, 138, 209, 229, 237, 353, 372, 388.
-, -, letter from, 379.
-, -, letters to, 325 (2).
-, -, and the offices of Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer, 94.
-, -, and a claim for the lease of Pomfret Park, 104.
-, -, "Lord Hume," proposal to make Governor of Berwick, 135.
-, -, and Lady Burgh's petition 141.
-, -, and the house of the Duchy of Lancaster, 171.
-, -, an order from, to search Lord Cobham's trunks, etc., 211.
-, -, allowed in the Privy Chamber, 220, 385.
-, -, and the allowance for the charge of the privy buckhounds, 249.
-, -, and the office of writs of subpoena, 375.

Honiman, Thomas, letter from, 164.

Hony, Nicholas, 265.

Hooe, (Sussex), 263.

Hooper, Edward, 386.
-, John, 386.
-, Richard, letter from, 192.

Hopton, Sir Owen, 174.

Hopwood, Edmund, 395.

Horrolds Park, letter dated at, 182.

Horseley [?], 314.

Horwoode, John, 261.

Household, the Royal, continuance of under James I, 68.

Howard, Charles of Effingham, Earl of Nottingham, Lord Admiral, Lord Steward, 19, 33, 49, 66, 75, 105, 131, 133, 214, 388.
-, -, letters from, 53, 86 (3), 122, 212.
-, -, and an alleged Jesuit plot against James I, 67, 68.
-, -, and Sir John Davis, 84, 85, 371.
-, -, money owing by, on cables for the ship the Truelove, 106.
-, -, and Lord Oxford's place at Havering, 136.
-, -, his apothecary, 206.
-, -, allowed in the Privy Chamber, 220, 385.
-, -, and Cobham, 221, 276.
-, -, and information against Essex and Tyrone, 326.
-, Lord Henry (Herry, Harry) afterwards Earl of Northampton, 44, 58, 84 (2), 125, 166, 214, 323.
-, -, letter from, 193.
-, -, letters to, 2, 44, 242, 285, 304, 305, 306, 307, 309 (2), 313.
-, -, and King's College, Cambridge, 93.
-, -, and the Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 150.
-, -, and Lord Cobham, 221.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, -, and gold prospecting, 319, 333.
-, -, see also Commissioners for trial of Conspirators.
-, Theophilus, letter from, 86.
-, Thomas, 20th Earl of Arundel, letters from, 82, 190, 243.
-, -, restoration of, 283.
-, Thomas, 3rd Viscount Bindon, letter from, 357.
-, Lord Thomas, Lord Howard de Walden, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Lord Chamberlain, 58, 370, 380.
-, -, letters etc., from, 53, 193, 248, 385.
-, -, letters to, 121, 198, 285, 304, 305 (2), 306, 307, 309 (2), 313, 317, 319, 332, 353.
-, -, created Earl of Suffolk, 198.
-, -, and the Crown Jewels, 214.
-, -, and Cobham, 380.
-, -, wife of, Lady Catherine, Countess of Suffolk, 157, 380 (2).
-, -, see also Commissioners for trial of Conspirators.
-, Lord William, 257, 259.

Howe, Mr., a follower of the Bishop of London, 98.

Howghton, Serjeant, 188.

Howme, see Home.

Howyt, Thomas, 264.

Hoxton [?] (Hogsdon), letter dated at, 192.

Hubberd, Jacob, Attorney General to Henry VII, 72.

Hudson, James, 57.
-, -, letter to, 70.
-, -, 46.

Huet, Thomas, 101.

Huguenots, toleration of, in France, 216.

Hull [Yorks], 60, 352.
-, letters dated at, 103, 208.
-, Corporation of, names of, 208.
-, Mayor of, see Barnerde.
-, High Steward of, see Cecil, Lord.

Hull, Robert, 261.

Hume, see Home.

Humphry, Thomas, 264.

Hungary, 12, 79.
-, Turkish forces in, 235.
-, leager in, 339, 340.

Hunsdon, Lord, see Carey.
-, Elizabeth, Lady, letters from, 136, 254.

Hunston (Hunstone), (Sussex), 263.

Hunter, A., letter from, 122.
-, William, letter from, 133.
-, Mr., 76.

Huntingdon, (Huntington), [Hunts.], 50, 51, 81.
-, postal endorsements at, 47, 61, 81.
-, letter dated at, 50.

Huntly [co. Forfar], letters dated at, 41, 81.

Huss, see Husum.

Hussey, William, Attorney General to King Edward IV, 72.

Husum (Huss), in the Duchy of Holstein, 126.

Hutchinson, William, D.D., 224.

Huton Hang (Hange) [Yorks.], 380, 381.

Hutton:
-, Matthew, Archbishop of York, 31, 152, 393, 394.
-, Richard, serjeant at law, 394(2).
-, Robert, D.D., 394.
-, Timothy, 395.

Hyde, Mrs., married to Sir John Osburne, 56.

Hyett, Richard, Sheriff of Herefordshire, 214.
-, letter from, 210.

Hyll, see Hill.

Hyllyard, Sir Christopher, 394.

I.

Imperial Diet, 12, 13.
-, at Ratisbon, 235.

India (Indies, the), 79, 253.
-, Spanish Army sent to, 61.
-, plantation in the, 232.

Infanta, see Isabella.

Ingleby, Sir William, 376.

Ireland, 92, 166, 356.
-, rebellion in, expenses of, 1, 2.
-, coinage of, 49, 68, 85, 355, 365.
-, dearth of food in, 81.
-, projects for the King's service in, 85.
-, officers in late wars in, offer to continue their services to James I, 85, 182, 196.
-, treasure and munition brought to rebels from Spain, 112.
-, a warrant concerning footmen in the late wars in, 135.
-, letters from Irishmen stayed at Dover, 137.
-, Sir John Norris in, 144.
-, Great Seal of, 146, 383.
-, Lord Deputy (Lieutenant) of, 146, 196, 383.
-, -, commission for, 69.
-, -, the Earl of Essex as, 326.
-, -, see also Blount and Cary, Sir George.
-, Privy Council of, names of, 148.
-, munitions for, 152.
-, Irish causes before Queen Elizabeth's death, 296.
-, application for post of sheriff in, 348.
-, warrant of farm of customs of wines imported into, 355.
-, Sir Neile Garve O'Donnell in, see O'Donnell.
-, Treasurer of, and Treasurer at Wars in, see Cary, Sir George.
-, Spaniards in, see Spain.
-, English Army in, see under Army.

Ireland:
-, John, J.P., of Lancaster, letter from, 88.
-, John, salter, of Bread Street, London, 168.

Isabella, Infanta of Spain, wife of Archduke Albert, 73, 216.
-, -, title of, to English throne, 82, 163, 379.

Isack, —, an Englishman, 140.

Isefe, William, 169.

Isles, the (Scotland), obedience of, to James I, 273.

Italy, Italian, 75, 78, 93.
-, the Ambassador, 75.
-, merchants of, resident in Alexandria, 159.
-, Rider, an, a dispatch to, 229.



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