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'Index: Q R', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 441-443. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112186 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Queen, Anne, wife of James I, see Anne of Denmark.

Queenborough (Quinborowe) Castle, letter dated at, 15.

Queen Elizabeth, see Elizabeth.

Queen Katherine, see Katherine of Aragon.

Queens Consort, jointure of, memorandum as to, 23.
-, money, plate and jewels given to, memorandum as to, 23.

Questor, Matthew, letter from, 218.

R.

Ragusa, Raguseans, 78.

Ralegh, (Raleigh, Raugley, Rawghley), Sir Walter, Governor of Jersey, 6, 11, 24, 57, 84, 163, 218, 296, 320.
-, -, letters from, 284, 285 (2), 315, 321 (2), 345.
-, -, letter to, 98,.
-, -, "Mr. Raugley," as Captain of the Guard, relieved of charge, 61.
-, -, claim of, to Durham Place, 111.
-, -, in the Tower for treason, 204, 208, 214, 215, 303, 310.
-, -, his book, 207.
-, -, to be examined, 212.
-, -, superseded as Governor of Jersey, 214.
-, -, discontentment and disgrace of, 219.
-, -, a follower of, letter from, 232.
-, -, alleged plan of, to surprise the King's Fleet, 238.
-, -, to come to trial at Winchester, 259.
-, -, his wife, E. Lady, 259, 304.
-, -, -, letter from, 285.
-, -, -, letter to, 315.
-, -, money owing to, for land sold in Cornwall. 265.
-, -, information concerning his conspiracy, 281, 298, 328, 330, 331.
-, -, protestations of innocence of, 285 (3), 286.
-, -, his debts and accounts, 304, 305, 307, 316.
-, -, attended by Bishop of Winchester, 304, 306, 308.
-, -, his journey to Guiana, 310.
-, -, son of, 315, 316.
-, -, desired place for burial of, 316.
-, -, father and mother of, 316.
-, -, reprieve of, 321.
-, -, papers found in his trunk, and stayed, 331.
-, -, rumoured execution of, 337.
-, -, accused of bringing Spanish money into Jersey, see Jersey.
-, -, alleged responsible for landing of Spaniards at Milford Haven, see Milford.
-, -, and Cobham's share in conspiracy, see Brooke, Henry.

Ramires:
-, Andrew, 397.
-, Umbert, 397.

Rande, George, 261.

Ratcliffe, Robert, 5th Earl of Sussex, 220, 385, 398.

Ratisbon (Ratisbona, Regensburg) Imperial Diet at, 235, 236.

Raugley, see Ralegh.

Ravenscroft, William, 386.

Rawghley, see Ralegh.

Raynsford, Myles, 199.

Reade, Giles, 397.

Readman, —, 85.

Recusants, 268, 349.
-, hope of, for some other king, 51.
-, banished from Famlingham by the Council, 54.
-, money for, 154.
-, in England follow the Spanish Ambassador, 246.
-, knighthood of, 283.
-, in prison at Plymouth, 288.
-, favours shown to, 358, 359.
-, see also Roman Catholics.

Redway, Mr., 76.

Regensburg, see Ratisbon.

Rehan, Mons. de, 61.

Religious toleration; James I and 62, 302.
-, Queen Anne and, 119.
-, in England, 216, 278.
-, in the States of the Empire, 235.

Remembrancer, office of, 291.

Renard, —, 397.

Rensey, Renzi, see Pranzi.

Requests, Court of, Master of, 149, 169, 357, 373.
-, -, see also Wilbraham, and Perkins.

Revesby, Sir Thomas, 394.

Rhine, the, Count Palatine of, see Palatinate.

Rhony, Mr. de, see Rosny.

Richardson:
-, Francis, 105.
-, Mr., elected mayor of Sandwich, 307.

Riche:
-, Penelope, Lady, 56, 113, 175.
-, -, letters from, 81, 87, 179.
-, -, brother of, 175, 179.
-, Robert, 3rd Lord, 143.
-, -, feared loss of his land, 175, 179.

Richmond [Surrey], 375 (2).
-, death of Elizabeth at, 25.

Richmond Green [Surrey], letters dated from, 201, 202.

Richmond [Yorks], Archdeacon of, 395.

Ricotte, see Rycote.

Ridgewaie, Sir Thomas, letter to, 148.

Riotelli (?), 228.

Ripon (Rippon) [Yorks.], 376.

Riston, see Royston.

Riswicke (Ryswycke) [? Yorks], 381 (2).

Roan, see Rouen.

Roberts:
-, Griffin, a parson, 265.
-, Leonard, 261.

Robinson (Robynson):
-, Barnard, D.D., 394.
-, Henry, Bishop of Carlisle, 147.
-, letter from, 237.
-, John, searcher of London, 363.
-, Roger, note from, concerning treachery to James I, 167– 169, 176.
-, William, alderman of York, 395.

Robles, M. don Carlo de, 125.

Rochelle, 289.
-, a bark of, 129.

Rochester (Kent): 123, 125.
-, postal endorsements at, 42, 173, 191, 195 (2).

Rochester, Bishop of, 223.
-, dean of, see Blague.

Rochfort, Mr., 126.

Rockewith, see Rookwith.

Rockingham [Northants], forest of, 357.

Roe, —, of Devonshire, a priest, 202, 393.

Rogers:
-, -, alias Flood, a banished priest, 41.
-, -, secretary to Lord Cobham, 211, 273.

Rolino, Nicolas, 397, 398.

Rolls, the, search to be made for documents in, 169.

Roman Catholics, 17, 25, 105, 120.
-, in Worcestershire, 36.
-, and Queen Elizabeth, 41.
-, banished from Framlingham by the Council, 54, 66.
-, Pursebearer or Treasurer of, 66.
-, alleged plot of, against James I and Royal Family, 66–68, 144.
-, held up at ports, 75, 98, 101, 102, 105, 107, 110, 111, 113, 119, 120, 121, 129, 140, 180, 210.
-, libellous challenge of, in Lancaster, 92.
-, loyalty of, to James I, 131, 277–278.
-, from abroad, to come to England, 148, 339, 340.
-, and dispute with Jesuits, 154, 156–157, 162, 200.
-, and Watson's Plot, 161–163.
-, a seminary priest committed to the Gatehouse, 181.
-, of the west parts, engaged in a plot to overthrow the State, 202.
-, instructions to compose differences amongst, 206.
-, plot, concerning, 216.
-, religion in England of, Watson's and Markham's alleged attempt for advancement of, 228, 231, 233.
-, priests, intended proclamation concerning departure from England of, 232.
-, conference with Protestant doctors at Imperial Diet, 236.
-, English money reported to be given to, by Aremberg, 238.
-, seminary priests detained in Oxford visited by the Spanish Ambassador's company, 246.
-, exhorted by the Pope to obey James I, 249–251.
-, banished by the Pope for turbulency over James I, 249, 300.
-, Popery spreading in England, 264, 278, 283.
-, given positions in Council at York; knighthood of; restoration of Catholic noblemen, 283.
-, alleged plan to bring England to Catholic obedience, 329.
-, see also Recusants.

Romans, King of, 13, 20, 235.

Rome, 140.
-, pretended agents of the King in, 25.

Rooe, Alderman, 37, 38.

Rookwith (Rockewith) [Yorks], 380, 381.

Rooper, Sir John, 215.

Roos, Lord, see Cecil, William.

Ropper, Captain, 85.

Roscoff (Roscow) [France], 133.

Rose Castle (Rosecastell), letter dated at, 237.

Rosington, see Rossington.

Rosny (Rhony, Rhosny), Mons. de, French Ambassador, 111.
-, -, visit of, to England, 117, 118, 121 (3), 122 (2), 123 (2), 125 (2), 152, 154–156, 243–244.
-, -, suite of, names of, 125, 160.
-, -, and an error in a letter from James I to the French King, 152, 153, 154–156.
-, -, at Calais, see Calais.

Ross, James, 6th Lord Ross of Halkhead, 116.

Rosse, David, 252.

Rossington (Rosington) [Yorks], 181.

Rostock, 236.

Rouen (Roan) (France), 337.

Rowland, —, bearer of letter, 9.

Rowlestons, Anthony, 92.

Royston (Riston) (Herts), letters dated at, 255, 380.
-, bad roads in, 254.
-, The Talbot at, 254.

Ruckholts [Essex], letter dated from, 267.

Rudd, Anthony, Bishop of St. David's, letter from, 47.

Ruddall, William, 202.

Rudolf II Emperor of Germany, 12, 13, 14, 79, 234, 339, 389, 397.
-, -, Commissioners of, 7.
-, -, Court of, 13.
-, -, "King of Vienna," 226.
-, -, and his Protestant subjects, 235.
-, -, his father Maximilian, 235.

Rugge, Francis, of Norwich, letter from, 189.

Russia, (Moscovy), 337.

Ruthven (Ruthwin):
-, Lady Barbara, letter from, 139.
-, John, 3rd Earl of Gowrie, 127, 128.
-, -, his brother Patrick, examination of a man stated to be, 127, 128.
-, -, -, in the Tower, 215.

Ruthven, see also Gowrie.

Rutland, Earl of, see Manners.

Rycote (Ricotte) [Oxon], letter dated at, 178.

Ryder:
-, Dowsabell, 215.
-, Sir William, 124.

Rye [Kent], letter dated at, concerning shipping at, 16.

Rye, manor of the, 398.

Ryswycke, see Riswicke.



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