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1930

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'Index: N O', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 435-437. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112184 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Nafferton Mill [Yorks.], 381.

Nantwich (Nantwiche), (Cheshire), 8.
-, letter dated from, 6.

Nape, —, 169.

Narrow Seas, the, 108–110.

Nassau (Nassaw):
-, Count Ernest of, and a battle against the Mutineers, 255.
-, Count or Grave Maurice (Norrys, Morise) (his Excellency), 240.
-, -, letter from, 248.
-, -, a treason plotted against, 188–189.
-, Count William of, Governor of the United Provinces, 240.
-, and Zanaw, Countess of, 12.

Navy, the, payment of, 69.
-, alleged plan of Sir Walter Raleigh's to surprise, 238.

Neale:
-, Francis, of Derby, an auditor, 139.
-, Thomas, 261.

Neath, river, see Nith.

Neile, Richard, D.D., 224.
-, -, letter from, 199.

Neper, Alexander, laird of Markeston, prospecting for gold, 317, 318, 332–335, 338.
-, -, letter from, 340.

Netherlands see Low Countries.

Neufvile, —, de, 32.

Nevill (Nevile):
-, Edmond, alleged restoration as Earl of Westmorland, 28, 283.
-, Mr., 368.
-, "Mr. Dr." Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, 103.
-, Thomas, dean of Canterbury, 224.

Newark, [Notts.], 50.

Newbury [Berks.], 168, 169.

Newby, Lord of, 20.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Northumberland), 30, 335, 352.
-, letters dated at, 43, 44, 113.
-, James I at, 44.
-, the Queen at, 112, 126.
-, gentlemen to attend the Earl of Cumberland at, 117.
-, Mayor of, 372, 395.
-, Aldermen of, names of two, 395.

Newcloister [Mecklenburg], letter dated at, 237.

Newfoundland, merchants and fishermen adventuring and trading to, 151.

Newhaven, cost of wars in, 2.

Newhouse [? Yorks], 380.

Newport, see Nieuport.

New Sarum, see Salisbury.

Newstead [Notts.], letter dated from, 195.

Newstead, High, or Upper [Yorks], 380, 381.
-, -, Low [Yorks.], 381.

Newton, Mr., of Lewes, 262.

Newton Flotman [co. Norf.], letter dated at, 144.

Nicholson (Nicolson):
-, Edmund, letter from, 303.
-, Francis, servant of Lord Scrope, a witness of words against James I, 60.
-, George, 20.
-, -, letters from, 43, 71, 138.

Nieuport (Newport), 42.

Nilos (Scandinavia), 7.

Nith (Neath) river (Scotland), 340, 341.

Noell, Sir Andrew, letter from, 187.

Noice, Robert, 248.

Nonsuch [Surrey], letter dated at, 145.

Noot, Franciscus Vander, 219, 220.

Norden, Samuel, a parson, 262, 263.

Noremberg, see Nuremberg.

Nores, Ro., 83.

Norfolk, 72.
-, Sir Henry Clare's house in, 183.

Norfolk, Dukes of, a descendant of, 190.
-, the house of, 290.

Normandy, expenses in, 2.

Norreys (Norris, Norrys), Francis, 2nd Baron, 90, 381.
-, -, letters from, 90, 177.
-, -, letter to, 363.
-, -, minute to, 253.
-, -, grandfather of, 177.
-, -, his uncle, Sir Edward, a dispute with, 177–178, 253, 363.
-, -, -, letters from, 173, 184.
-, -, -, brother-in-law of, to act as counsel for, 363.
-, -, his uncle Sir John, 144, 178.

Norris, Ann, 215.

North, Council of the, "the Council" (Council at York), 18.
-, -, death of two knights of, 57.
-, -, names for new Councillors for, 106, 113, 128, 386, 394.
-, -, some members of, in London, 107.
-, -, new Instructions and Commission for, 113.
-, -, privilege for suitors attending causes before, 114.
-, -, new councillors to be sworn, 133.
-, -, government of, by a vicepresident, 133.
-, -, Board of, an enquiry into disorders at Carlisle, etc., 134.
-, -, instructions to, 137.
-, -, and a petition concerning farm leases, 182.
-, -, Roman Catholics given positions in, 283.
-, -, names of, 393–394.
-, -, President of, 394.
-, -, -, commission for, 69.
-, -, -, see also Cecil, Thomas, Lord Burghley.

North Counties, lord lieutenant of, see Clifford, George.

North Parts, Rebellions in, 258.
-, -, cost of, 2.
-, popery in, 278, 340.
-, Justices of assize for, 393, 394.
-, King's Attorney in, 395.

North, Francis, 169.

Northallerton [Yorks.], letter dated at, 90.

Northampton, 36, 185, 223.

Northampton, Earl of, see Howard, Henry.
-, Marquis of, see Parr.

Northamptonshire, 19.
-, proclamation of James I's accession in, 19.
-, Sheriff of, 71.
-, King's commission for the repressing of tumults in, 71.
-, offer of services to Cecil in, 103.
-, Sir William Fitzwilliam's house in, 166.
-, Lieutenancy of, 357, 398.

Northbourne (co. Kent), bailiwick of, 391.

Northumberland, 91, 133.
-, -, Lieutenant of, patent as, 345.

Northumberland, Earl of, see Percy.

Norton, Thomas, letter from, 254.

Norway, 7.

Norwich [Norfolk], letter from mayor and corporation dated at, 189.
-, Mayor of, see Lani, Tho.

Norwich, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.
-, -, see also Jegon.
-, Deanery of, 57.
-, Dean of, see Montgommery.

Norwich Palace, letter dated at, 140.

Norwood, William, 397.

Notley, 184.

Nottingham, Archdeacon of, 395.
-, Earl of, see Howard, Charles.

Nottinghamshire, Justices of, letter from, 60.
-, sheriff of, see Ayscoughe.

Nuncio, Pope's, in Flanders, see Octavius.
-, in Paris, see Bubalo.

Nuremberg (Noremberg), 397.

Nusitz, Christof von, 384.

Nycholls, —, 47.

O.

Oaths;
-, of allegiance, 88.
-, of supremacy, 118, 165.
-, -, refusals to take, 94, 105, 140, 180.

Oatlands [Surrey], 203.
-, letter dated at, 205.

Obigny see Aubigny.

Octavius, Bishop of Tricarico, Papal Nuncio in Flanders, brief from, 206.
-, -, enclosure from, 277.

O'Donnell, (Odonell):
-, Sir Neile Garve, report of his conduct in Ireland, 145, 146.
-, -, letter from, 383.
-, -, a rebel, 112, 145, 146.
-, -, death of, in Spain, 146, 383.
-, -, his brother Rory (Rury), 112, 146.
-, -, brother of, death of, 383.

Ogden, John, bailiff, 386.

Oire, see Eyre.

Old Castle, (Old Sarum), 386.

Old Sarum, see Salisbury.

Oldsworth, Mr., 47, 48.

O'Neill (O'Neale):
-, Hugh, Earl of Tyrone, 123, 125, 326.
-, -, treaty with, 30, 51.
-, -, and letters and help from Spain in his rebellion, 111, 112.
-, -, a letter to, stayed at Dover, 137.
-, -, rebellion of, 145, 146.
-, -, -, cost of, 2.
-, -, alleged plot with the French King, 330.
-, Shane, 146.

Orcades, the, see Orkneys.

Orde, Thomas, 275.

Ordnance, Master of the, 327.
-, -, office void, 24.
-, Lieutenant of, 322.

Orkney, Earl of, see Stewart.
-, Master of, 41.

Orkneys (Orcades), 39.

Orme, Walter, a merchant, 74.

Ormond, (Ormonde), Earl of, see Butler.

Osborne, (Osburne, Osberne):
-, Henry, 252.
-, John, letters from, 71, 384.
-, Sir John, married to Mrs. Hyde, 56.
-, Lucy, Lady, letter from, 384.
-, Nicholas, 261.

Ostend, 293.
-, siege of, by Archduke Albert, 38, 47, 55.
-, protection of, by the sea, 347.

Ourde, William, 241, 273.

Outlawries, clerkship of the, 368.

Overall, John, D.D., dean of St. Paul's, 224.

Overfyndland [?] (Scotland), 341.

Owen:
-, Hugh, letter to, 293.
-, Mr., of Penmynith, 40, 41.
-, -, his son, Roger, page to Lady Arabella, 41.
-, -, priest at Nantes, letter from 293.
-, -, nephew of, 293.
-, -, his cousin Gwyn, 294.

Oxford, 243, 248.
-, letter dated at, 245.
-, alleged invitation to a King to a public triumph at, 296, 330.
-, University of, Vice-Chancellor and doctors of, welcome the Spanish Ambassador, 245.
-, -, Christ Church, the Spanish Ambassador lodged at, 245.
-, -, All Souls College, 393.

Oxford, Earl of, see Vere.



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