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'Index: S', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 443-449. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112187 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Sachnes, Gillermo, an Irishman, 261.

Sackville (Sackvile):
-, Robert, 223.
-, Thomas, Lord Buckhurst, Lord Treasurer, 3, 19, 30, 45, 46, 70, 84, 133, 141, 184, 209, 214, 372, 384, 397.
-, -, letters, etc. from, 51, 81, 94, 115, 144, 151, 211, 214, 229, 237, 240, 241, 248, 249, 313, 316, 322 (2), 323, 324, 325, 355, 356.
-, -, letters to, 64, 124, 151, 335.
-, -, proclaims James I, in London, 25, 26.
-, -, Memorial of Affairs of State signed by, 49.
-, -, letter dated at the house of, 51.
-, -, sends a kinsman to Cecil, 54.
-, -, and the Duchy of Cornwall, 57.
-, -, and the garrison at Berwick, 136, 335, 343.
-, -, and Lady Ellen McCartie's pension, 142, 154.
-, -, and a vacancy in the customs office, 164, 324.
-, -, and the appointment of a physician for the Tower, 206.
-, -, reported to be a Roman Catholic, 217.
-, -, as commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.
-, -, his son in law proposed as Lieutenant of the Tower, 322 (2).

Sadleir, Mr., 53.

Saincte, Isabel, 215.

St. Albans (Albons) [Herts.], 6.

St. Andrews University, letter dated from, 107.
-, Regius Professor at, letter from, 107.

St. Cross [Hants.], Hospital of, mastership of, 212, 307.

St. David's (Meneven), Bishop of, [Anthony Rudd], letter from, 47.

St. German's (Cornwall), 16, 140.

St. Luke, Monsieur, 160.

St. Malo, (France), letter dated at, 149.

St. Omer (France), 140.

St. Paul, Count, 108.

St. Poll, Sir George, letter from, 17.

St. Sebastian [Spain], 337.

St. Sophie, Count Alphonse de Montidoglia et, 248.

St. Stephens, see Hackington.

St. Vittore, Captain, a prisoner in the Gatehouse, letters from 287, (3), 288.

Salby, John, 252.

Salcombe [Devon], bark from, 16.

Salden [Bucks.], 170.

Salisbury (Sarum), (Wilts), 11.
-, letter dated at, 265.
-, postal endorsement at, 170.
-, Old, names of electors of burgesses of, 386.

Salisbury, Bishop of, 223.
-, dean of, 224.

Salisbury, (Salusbury, Salsbury), Sir John, 339.
-, -, letter from, 48.

Salkeld, Thomas, 395.

Sally, John, 264.

Salter, Nicholas, 243.

Salton [Yorks], postal endorsement at, 47.

Saltonstall, Mark, 337.

Sanderson:
-, Henry, letter to, 282.
-, Michael, Mayor of Berwick, letter from, 337.
-, Mr., 181, 256.

Sandes, Sir Michael, 215.

Sandown Castle [Kent], muster roll of Captain and soldiers of 251–252.
-, Captain of, see Windebank.

Sandwich (Kent), letter dated at, 307, 308.
-, searcher of, 94.
-, Catholics stayed at, 104, 105, 107, 111, 120.
-, Mayor and Commissioners of, 104, 107.
-, town clerk of, 169.
-, Mayor and Jurats of, letters from, 307 (2).
-, dispute of commoners of, over election of officers of, orders relating to, 307 (2), 308.

Sandys, William, Lord, 3rd Baron, letters from, 89, 94.

Sarum, see Salisbury.

Saunders, William, Lieutenant of Sandown Castle, 252.

Savile:
-, Sir Henry, Warden of Eton College, 224.
-, Sir John, Baron of the Exchequer, 393, 394 (2).

Savoy, and Geneva, 78.
-, Ambassador of, 61.

Savoy, Duke of, 61.

Saxony (Saxe), Duke or Elector of, 234, 235, 236, 397.

Say, Lord [?], his sister Maud, 196.
-, -, his daughter Margaret, 196.

Scadbury (Kent), letter dated at, 266.

Schaumberg (Shumbergh, Shaunburg, Shoumburg, Shonberg), Count of, Imperial Commissioner for the Conference at Bremen, 7, 12, 13.
-, -, his brother-in-law, Landgrave Maurice of Hesse, 12.
-, -, sub-delegation of, 14, 15.
-, -, sub-delegate of, see Weihe.

Scory, —, 269.

Scorza (Scorsa, Scorga, Le Senor), Nicholas, 73, 108, 125.

Scotland (Scots): 3, 15, 17, 18, 63, 71, 87.
-, Marches of, 20, 345.
-, -, instructions in, 137.
-, -, West, Warden of, see Scrope.
-, -, Middle, Warden of, see Carey, Sir Robert.
-, companies of, in the Low Countries, 38, 47, 255.
-, Chancellor of, (The Earl of Montrose), letter from, 40.
-, Privy Council of (Council of State), 44, 64.
-, -, an act by, concerning Prince Henry, 102.
-, -, and gold mining, 353.
-, Scottishmen, naturalising of, 49.
-, malicious reports of Sir George More in, 62.
-, Court of, opinion of, of Cecil's disposition towards James I, 64.
-, merchants of, 80, 386.
-, Lord Treasurer of, 97, 166, 384.
-, -, see also Home, Sir George.
-, Catholics banished from, 111.
-, a gentleman of, wishes to serve Cecil, 122.
-, Prince of Anhalt's councillor sent to, 203.
-, Lord Cobham's voyage into, 218.
-, Highlands and borders of, obedience of, to James I, 273.
-, noblemen of, information for, 280, 281, 295, 297, 328.
-, prospecting for gold and other minerals in, 317–319, 332–335.
-, Border causes and disorders, 345, 352, 354–355.
-, Union of, with England, 346.
-, King of, James VI, see James I of England.
-, Secretary of State for, see Elphinston, Sir James.
-, French Ambassador in, see Maupas.

Scott (Skott):
-, John, 261.
-, Mr., 139.
-, Thomas, 215.

Scrooby (Scrobie) [Notts], postal endorsement at, 81.

Scrope (Scroope), Thomas, Lord, K.G., Warden of the West Marches, 20, 44, 393, 394.
-, -, letters from, 46, 60.
-, -, his servant, Francis Nicolson, 60.
-, -, and Border causes, 352.

Scudamore (Skidmore, Skidmer):
-, John, in arrest, 210, 213.
-, Thomas, a receiver of Yorkshire, 314, 325.

Seamys, Margaret. Dispute concerning the custody of, 47, 48.

Seargeant, John, 265.

Seattingborn, see Sittingborn.

Seaverne, see Severn.

Seborn, —, house of, in Herefordshire, 202.

Seckford, Sir Henry, letter from, 184.

Secretaries of State, see Cecil, Herbert, and Walsingham.

Sedgrave, Mr., an Alderman of Dublin, 94.

Segar, Mr., 364.

Selby:
-, Captain, 46.
-, Sir William, 46, 335.

Seman, John, Chancellor of diocese of Gloucester, 265.

Seminary Priests, see Roman Catholics.

Sentleger, Anthony, Privy Councillor of Ireland, 148.

Sessell, see Cecil.

Seton, Alexander, 1st Lord Fyvie, 34, 165.

Settrington [Yorks.], 381.

Severn (Seaverne) River, piracy in, 168.

Seville, 129.
-, an English ship confiscated at. 337.

Sewegam, M. de, 125.

Seymour:
-, Edward, 1st Earl of Hertford, (Harford), 45.
-, Edward, Lord Beauchamp, son of Earl of Hertford, 18.
-, -, a rumour that he is proclaimed King, 223.
-, Sir Edward, letter from, 9.
-, Sir Thomas, 384.

Shaftesbury [Dorset], postal endorsement at, 170.

Shafton (Shaftow), Capt. John, 274, 369.

Sharamelli, John Charles, 248.

Shathamchin, George, 386.

Shaunburg, see Schaumberg.

Sheen [Surrey], letters dated at, 134, 151, 157, 192.

Sheffield, letter dated at, 247.

Sheffield, Edmund, K.G., 3rd Lord Sheffield, 44, 128, 220, 385, 393, 398.
-, -, letters from, 278, 386.

Shelbury, Mr., 305, 307.

Sheldon:
-, Mr., 344.
-, Ralph (Raff), letter from, 60.

Shellie, Henry, 262.

Sherborne [Dorset], 82.

Sherborne Church, 316.

Sherley:
-, Sir Anthony, letter from, 77.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 137.

Sherwood Walks, 246.

Ships [named]:
-, the Angel of London, 158.
-, the Angel of Roscoff, 133.
-, the Cherubim of London, 316.
-, the Curtall of Whitstable, 173.
-, the Henry Raven a man-of-war, 253.
-, H.M.S. the Lion 67, 144.
-, -, captain of, see Turner.
-, the Salamander of London, 160.
-, the Truelove, money owing for cables and ropes for, 106.
-, H.M.S. the Vantguard in Dover Road, letter dated from, 108.
-, the Venator (of Hamburg), 125.

Ships [not named]:
-, Aremberg's at Dover, 121.
-, Barbary, Corsairs of, piracy of, alleged by Turkey, 225, 226.
-, a Carrick, 375.
-, -, goods of, suggestion to be pawned, 64.
-, -, goods of, commissioners for the sale of, 51, 324.
-, Carricks for the East Indies escorted by ships of war, 29.
-, Danskers [of Danzig], laden with corn, 29.
-, Dunkirkers, ten, go Northward, 42.
-, -, to land at Graveline with treasure, 109.
-, Dutch merchant, 42.
-, Dutch men-of-war land at Plymouth, 95.
-, -, Admiral of, and the Archduke's Ambassadors, 108–110.
-, -, desiring to meet Spanish Ambassador, 155.
-, Easterlings, 127.
-, English, a bark from Salcombe, 16.
-, -, not to be meddled with except those transporting victuals to the Dutch, 42.
-, -, intercourse granted to, in Spanish ports, 73.
-, -, laden with victuals for Ireland, 81.
-, -, James I to inspect at Greenwich, 83.
-, -, merchant ships trading in the Mediterranean, 86.
-, -, Sir Robert Mansell's fleet at Graveling and Calais, 108, 191.
-, -, to meet the French and Austrian Ambassadors, 118, 123.
-, -, to bring over the Spanish Ambassador, 191.
-, -, to convey M. de Rosny back to France, 153, 154–155.
-, -, piracy by men-of-war on the French, 127.
-, -, piracy of, in Devon waters, 151, 170.
-, -, reported by Turkey to be plundering French and Venetians, 225, 226.
-, -, Merchant Adventurers trading in Staden, 234.
-, -, with cloth for Algiers, 251.
-, -, of London, from Muscovy, trading at St. Sebastian, 337.
-, -, merchants, money raised for maintenance of, trading abroad, 358.
-, -, Pirate ships against France, victualling of, 374.
-, Flemings, for England or Ireland, 133.
-, a Fleming, 140.
-, French, laden with corn, 29.
-, -, landing Jesuit priests in England, 75.
-, -, a bark of Rochelle for Spain, 129.
-, -, a bark, 140.
-, -, piracy of, in Devon waters, 151, 170.
-, -, merchant barque taken by pirates in the River Severn, 168.
-, galleys, the release of a prisoner from, 42.
-, -, English prisoners set free from, 86.
-, -, proposal to send to burn Lee and Faversham, 134.
-, Mutineers, the, little boats of, an attempted attack by, 255.
-, at Ostend haven, 347.
-, a pinnace, 140.
-, Portuguese army from Lisbon of 60 ships and 80 galleys, 133.
-, -, a small bark from Lisbon, 133.
-, Scots merchants laden with wine, taken by France, 348.
-, Spanish, men-of-war, 16.
-, -, 15 galleons built, 61.
-, -, 50 galleons and 100 galleys against the Turks, 73.
-, -, bringing treasure and munition to Ireland, 111, 112.
-, -, two captured by an English man-of-war, 253.
-, Venetian, and Genoese galleys, 86.
-, -, four galleys attack an English merchant ship, 158–160.
-, -, plundered by English pirates, 225.

Shotton, John, 337.

Shoumburg, see Schaumberg.

Shrewsbury, (Shrowesbury), 245.
-, letter dated at, 252.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot.
-, Mary, Countess of, postscript by, 247.
-, -, and Lady Arabella Stuart, 82, 157.
-, Elizabeth, Dowager Countess of, 40.
-, -, letter from, 44.
-, -, and Lady Arabella Stuart, 65.

Shropshire, 188.

Shumbergh, see Schaumberg.

Shurly, Sir Thomas, 86.

Shute, William, letter from, 106.

Shutt, Christopher, bachelor in Divinity, 395.

Sidley, William, 215.

Sidney, see Sydney.

Signet Office, Clerks of, 43.

Signet, warrant for renewing of, 69.
-, Keeper of, see Cecil, Sir Robert.

Silkstone, (Sylkeston) [Yorks.], 381.

Simons, see Symons.

Sissa, Duke of, 77.

Sissalie (Syselie, R. S.), Richard, Mayor of Dover, letter from, 203.
-, -, report signed by, 34.
-, -, examination of suspected Catholics by, 129, 180.

Sittingborn (Seattingborn) (Kent), 42, 123.
-, letter dated at, 125.
-, postal endorsements at, 42, 173, 191, 195 (2).

Skerne (Co. Durham), 376.

Skidmer, Skidmore, see Scudamore.

Skinner (Skynner):
-, Captain John, deputy Governor of Berwick on Tweed, 74, 98, 130, 360.
-, -, letters from, 48, 90, 105.
-, Sir Vincent, 229.
-, -, letter from, 181.

Skott, see Scott.

Skynner, see Skinner.

Slane, the Lord of, see Fleming.

Slaves, French, taken by Barbary, 226.

Sluys (Sluce), 6.

Slyngesby, Sir Henry, 394.

Smale:
-, Andrew, 279, 280.
-, -, information against, 387.
-, Robert, of Salcombe, 17.

Smeaton (Smeton) [Yorks.], 126.

Smith (Smithe, Smyth, Smythe):
-, Edward, 264.
-, John, 215.
-, Nicholas, 261.
-, Richard, 215.
-, Thomas, afterwards Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Council, 37, 48.
-, -, letters from, 51.
-, -, letters countersigned by, 7, 8.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 37.
-, Sir Thomas, Ambassador, 37.
-, -, letter from, 13.
-, William, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University, 350, 351.
-, -, letter from, 5.
-, -, son of Sir Thomas Gorges, 192.
-, -, and the dispute of priest and Jesuits, 200.

Snelling, —, 45.

Soden, Richard, D.D., 394.

Solicitor General (Mr. Solicitor), see Fleming and Dodderidge.

Soliman Pasha, viceroy of Algiers, 225.

Solms (Solmes), Count de, an Ambassador from the Elector Palatine, 61, 94, 95.

Somerset:
-, Edward, 4th Earl of Worcester, 49, 227, 228, 388.
-, -, letter from, 53.
-, -, letter to, 375.
-, -, passport signed by, 299.
-, -, his wife, the Countess of Worcester, 56.
-, Thomas, 29.
-, -, his father, 29.

Somersetshire, 11, 12.

Sonia, Gio. Fr. di, letter from, 72.

Soreo, Count, a Commissioner of Archduke Albert, 86.

Sotherland, —, a Scotsman, 340.

Souch, see Zouche.

Southampton, 248.
-, sheriff of, patent for, 312.

Southampton, Earl of, see Wriothesley.
-, Elizabeth, Countess of, letters from, 113, 130, 143, 175, 203.

Southsea Castle (Sowthseecastle), 15.

Southwark, 248.
-, the Clink, prison of, 227.

Southwell [Notts.] prebendaries of, names of, 395.

Southwell, Thomas, letter from, 388.
-, -, wife of, 74, 90, 91, 105, 388.
-, -, -, her keeper, see Meade, Thomas.

Southworth, Henry, a waiter of the port of London, 362.

Sowtham, manor of, 398.

Sowthseecastle, see Southsea Castle.

Spa, the, 138.

Spain (Spaniards, Spanish):
-, Armada, cost of war against, 2.
-, an Englishman escaped from, 16, 34.
-, Army of, in Ireland, 17, 138, 145, 146, 331.
-, -, General of (Don Juan de Aguly), 17.
-, -, sent out to the Indies, 61.
-, King of, Philip III. (His Catholic Majesty), 29, 55, 77, 339, 340,
-, -, letter from, 261.
-, -, recusants expect to be King of England, 51.
-, -, alleged report that some of Queen Elizabeth's councillors were pensioners to, 67, 144.
-, -, at war with Low Countries, 69.
-, -, sends out ships against the Turks, 73.
-, -, a rumour of English ships preparing against, 165.
-, -, an occasion for, to maintain rebels against England, 216.
-, diplomatic relations with James I, 30, 39, 73, 77, 239, 259, 260.
-, French Ambassadors in, 61.
-, sea trade of, 127.
-, a shipwreck off, 140.
-, three Jesuits from, at St. Malo, 149.
-, invasion of England by, 222, 285, 331.
-, and Watson's Plot, 228.
-, government of, a discourse on, 331.
-, Inquisition of, 337.
-, Customs 30 per ciento, 337.
-, Cobham's intention to visit, 367.
-, Infanta of, see Isabella.
-, Queen Katherine of, see Katherine.
-, Ambassadors, see under Ambassadors, and Tassio.
-, see also Ships.

Spence, Sir John, 349.

Spencer, Alderman, 122.

Spilman, John, letters from, 174, 388.

Spin [?Spinola, Marquis Ambrose], 293.

Spinola, Gaste, a Commissioner of Archduke Albert, 86.

Staden (Stade, Stoade) [on the Elbe], 8, 14, 37, 38.
-, English merchants trading in, 234.

Stafford Castle, letter dated at, 279.

Stafford:
-, Edward, 4th Baron Stafford, letter from, 279.
-, Sir Francis, Privy Councillor of Ireland, 148.

Staffordshire, papists in, stop taking of an inq. p.m., 257.

Staindrop (Staindroppe) [co. Durham], 283.

Staines, [Middlesex], postal endorsement at, 173.

Stamford (Stenford), (Lincs.), 264, 349.
-, letter dated at, 185.
-, postal endorsements at, 47, 61, 81.
-, adermen of, petition from, 357.

Stananought, Christopher, 188.

Standish, —, to be tried by the Lord Chief Justice, 103.

Standly, see Stanley.

Standon (Herts.), 254.
-, proposed visit of the King to, 53.

Standon (Standen), Sir Anthony, leaves Dublin, 51.
-, -, in the Tower, 215.

Stanhope,
-, Edward, Master of the Chancery, 224.
-, Sir Edward, 49, 52, 394.
-, -, letter from, 181.
-, Sir John, 87, 198, 299.
-, -, letter to, 20.
-, -, letters etc. from, 53, 248, 385.
-, -, and the wardships in Derbyshire, 266, 267.
-, -, and information against Essex and Tyrone, 326.
-, Sir Michael, 74.
-, -, letter from, 388.

Stanley (Standly):
-, John, 92.
-, -, letter from, 388.
-, Sir William, 140, 339.
-, William, Earl of Derby, 19, 394.
-, house of, Earls of Derby, and the Isle of Man, 381.
-, -, as Chamberlains of Chester, 381.

Stapleton, Mr., 113.

Star Chamber, Court of, 44, 74, 95, 104, 396.
-, -, Puisne Judge of, 95.

States General, see United Provinces.

Statute Office, 114.

Stenford, see Stamford.

Stephens, —, 336.

Sterling, see Stirling.

Steroc bray [?] (Scotland), 340.

Steward, the Lord High, letter to, 174.
-, -, office void, 23.
-, -, and the Coronation, 169, 174.
-, -, see also Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham.

Steward, Dr., daughter of, 205.

Stewart:
-, James, letter from, 389.
-, James, 3rd Earl of Moray, 220, 385.
-, Patrick, 2nd Earl of Orkney, 90.

Stileman, John, letter from, 389.

Stilton [Hunts.], postal endorsement at, 61.

Stiria, see Styria.

Stirling (Stirveling), letter dated at, 102.
-, the Queen at, 112.

Stirling Castle (Sterling Cassell), letter dated at, 97.
-, an act dated at; 102.

Stirveling, see Stirling.

Stoade, see Staden.

Stock, Thomas, letter from, 389.

Stockwith (Lincs.), 165.

Stole, the, Groom of, office void, 24.

Stone [Staffs.], postal endorsement at, 6.

Stone, —, a mercer, master of the company of Clothworkers, 102, 105.

Stonor, Sir Francis, letters from, 198, 291.
-, -, his brother John, 198.
-, -, -, letter from, 199.

Stonor [Oxon.], letter dated at, 198.

Stoughton, Mr., 263.

Stowe, Nicholas, escheator of Derbyshire, letter from, 266.

Stow-on-the-Wold (Stow the Ould), (Gloucester), 265.

Straits, the, 86, 158–160.

Strasburg (Strosburrow), [Alsace Lorraine], 12, 19.

Stravalios, the, 158.

Streng, Quenten, 275.

Strickland, Sir Thomas, 394.

Strother, Lionel, 337.

Stuart:
-, Lady Arabella (Arbella), 4, 104, 246.
-, -, letters from, 134, 151, 157.
-, -, James I's desire to free, from her unpleasant life, 65.
-, -, her cousin said to be matched with the Earl of Kent's nephew, 65.
-, -, to meet James I at Greenwich, 82.
-, -, and the Main Plot, 208, 309.
-, -, her grandmother, see Shrewsbury, Dowager Countess of.
-, -, her page, see Owen.
-, Esmé, Lord Aubigny, 243.
-, Henry, Earl of Darnley, father of James I, 290.
-, Ludovic, 2nd Duke of Lennox, (the Duke), 28, 44, 83, 165.
-, -, letter from, 21.
-, -, Prince Henry put in the charge of, 102.
-, -, attendance of, on the Queen, 132, 133.
-, -, a follower of, 297.

Studley, letter dated at, 82.

Styria (Stiria), 12.

Styria, Duke of, 339.

Styward:
-, Dr., assigned counsel for the Society of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 150.
-, Zacchary, 395.

Sudeley Manor (Sudley, Sudlye) [N Gloucs], letter dated at, 38.
-, claims to, 364.

Suffolk, 322.

Suffolk, Earl and Countess of, see Howard, Lord Thomas.
-, Duke of, see Brandon.

Surrey, 215.

Susan, Lady, see Vere.

Sussex, 215.
-, port towns in, 16.
-, a justice of the peace in, a letter from, dealing with calamitous speeches against Queen Elizabeth, 151.
-, petitions from gentlemen, ministers and commonalty in, 262–263.
-, petition from ministers of, 390.
-, maintenance of churches in, 390.

Sussex, Earl of, see Ratcliffe.

Sutcliff, Matthew, dean of Exeter, 224.

Swale, Richard, Master of the Chancery, 224.

Sweden, 7, 13.

Sweete, John, 288.

Swinborne, Henry, commissary of the Exchequer at York, 395.

Swinerton, Mr. Sheriff, 3.

Swinstead Fields [Lincs.], 186.

Swiss (Zuitsers), 77.

Switzerland, 61.

Swyfte, Thomas, 381.

Sydney (Sidney):
-, Robert, 1st Lord Sydney, 244.
-, -, letters from, 125, 390.
-, Sir Robert, Governor of Flushing, 24.

Sylkeston, see Silkstone.

Symons (Simons), John, schoolmaster, of Bristol, 167, 168, 176.

Symple (Sympyll):
-, Sir James, letter from, 116.
-, James, 152.

Syon House [Middlesex], 383.

Syselie, see Sissalie.

Sysson, Henry, master gunner, 275, 369.



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