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'Index: U Z', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 451-456. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112189 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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U.

Udail (Udalle):
-, Rydge, 105.
-, William, a prisoner in the Gatehouse, letters from, 91, 280, 281, 296, 325 (2).
-, -, brief collections out of letters from, 295–296.
-, -, death of his wife and children, 281, 297, 298, 326, 328.
-, -, his answers to Articles, 327–331.

Ulster, 125.
-, President of, 196.
-, services of, to the State, 359.

Uniformity in religion, conservation of, 24.

United Provinces, States General of, 24, 109, 122, 235.
-, letters, etc. from, to James I, 47, 239–240.
-, Commissioners of, to meet James I, 30.
-, English troops in pay of, 38, 39.
-, grant from France to, 61.
-, and the death of Queen Elizabeth, 73.
-, Commissioners of, in England, 86, 122.
-, Fleet of, 173.
-, army of, at Bois-le-duc, 244.
-, -, defence of Circle of Westphalia against, 235.
-, and peace with the Archduke, 366.
-, Governor of, see Nassau.
-, see also Low Countries.

Universities, the, and the grant of leases of impropriations, 177.

Unton, Sir Henry, 188.

Upton, [Northants], letter dated at, 41.

Urchfont (Wilts), lease of the parsonage, of, 248.

Urmston, John, 188.

Utrecht, 219, 220.

V.

Valladolid [Spain], 337.
-, letters dated at, 45, 73.

Valsayn [?Valencia], letter dated at, 261.

Vane, Sir Thomas, 121.

Vaughan,:
-, Henry, J.P., 242.
-, Dr. Richard, Bishop of Chester, 88.
-, -, letters from, 21, 92.
-, -, (of Herefordshire), and the Jesuit plot, 201, 393.

Vavasor, Sir Thomas, 323, 324.

Vawer, Wm., an alderman of Bristol, 168.

Veare, see Vere.

Venice and Venetians, 176.
-, letter dated in, 80.
-, reference, to a, 56.
-, diplomatic relations with France, 77.
-, and the Raguseans, 78.
-, Ambassador to England, 248.
-, seignory of, messenger to, 120.
-, see also under Ships.

Venice, Doge of, 158.

Vere (Veare):
-, Edward de, 17th Earl of Oxford, brother in law to Cecil, letters from, 64, 75, 131, 136, 139.
-, -, and stewardship of Waltham Forest, 75, 192.
-, -, his father [John de Vere, 16th Earl of Oxford], 75.
-, Sir Francis, governor of the Briel, 24, 316, 356.
-, -, Sir Horace, letter from, 255.
-, Lady Susan, 164.
-, -, letter from 391.

Verkine:
-, Abraham, a Dutchman, 189.
-, Isaac, 189.
-, Jacomyne, a Dutchwoman, 189.

Verney, Sir Richard, 179.

Vernon, Sir Robert, 343.

Verrall, John, elected mayor of Sandwich, 307.

Vice-Chamberlain, the, 3, 232.
-, -, letters to, 305, 307, 313.
-, -, see also Commissioners for trial of Conspirators.

Vienna, College of, 340.
-, King of (sic), 226.
-, leager in, 339.

Vinall, Mr., 262.

Vitrey, Monsieur de, 390.

Voson, Monsieur de, 160.

Vugt, camp at, letter dated from, 248.

Vyvyan, Hunyball, 264.

W.

Waad (Wade), Sir William, 45, 209, 269, 270, 294, 390.
-, -, letters from, 149, 213, 222, 228, 316.
-, -, letters to, 356.
-, -, confession countersigned by, 231, 234.
-, -, and William Udall's imprisonment, 296–299, 325, 328, 330, 331.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, -, as Commissioner to enquire concerning Watson and the conspirators, letters from, see under Commissioners.

Wade:
-, Michael, a sentence against in a cause of matrimony, 44, 63.
-, Mr., 92.

Wadeson, Mr., 130.

Wakefield (Wakefyld) Lodge, letter dated at, 257.

Wakering, Sir Gilbert, 74.

Waldrond, Roger, City Marshal of London, letter from, 266.

Wales, Marches of, Council and President of, Commission for, 69.
-, -, Council of, 214.
-, -, -, Instructions for, 391– 392.
-, -, -, new names added to, 392.
-, -, receivership of the fines in, 184.
-, -, Lord President of, see Zouche, Lord.

Wales, Principalities and Marches of, holding, of assizes and great sessions in, 97.
-, Principality of, offices in, grants for, 179.
-, prospecting for minerals in, 318.
-, twelve shires of, sheriffs of, 336.

Walker, Gylberde, 119.

Walker and Glover, a note under the hand of, 158–160.

Walkwood, Anthony, preacher, 395.

Waller:
-, Sir Thomas, 279.
-, -, a joiner, 228.

Walley, Mr., the provincial, 219.

Walloons horsemen, a sergeant major of, 340.

Wallop, Sir Henry, letter from, 17.
-, -, his brother Gifford, 17.

Walmer Castle (Kent), Muster roll of, 263–264.

Walmesley, Thomas, a Justice of the Common Pleas, 224, 257.

Walshe, Sir Nicholas, 72.

Walsingham:
-, Sir Francis (Mr. Secretary), 106, 164, 376.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 265.
-, Lady, 105.

Waltham Cross, (Herts.), 255.
-, the plague at, 200.

Waltham Forest (Essex), Earl of Oxford and stewardship of, 75, 392.

Walton [?], 394.

Walwood (Walwad) —, a priest (of Berkshire), 202, 393.

Wandesford, Francis, 376.

Wanlock (Wonloke) Water [Dumfs.], 340, 342, 354.

Wansford (Wansforth) Mill [Yorks.], 381.

Wanstead (Wansteed) [Essex], 123.

Warburton (Warberton):
-, Sir Peter, Justice of Common Pleas, 394.
-, Thomas, letter from, 89.

Warde, Robert, a bailiff of Colchester, 213.

Wardour, Mr., 236.

Wardrobe, the, 171.

Wards and Liveries, Court of, 88, 254, 369.
-, Master of, see Cecil, Lord.
-, a request for office in, 371.
-, Attorney of, see Hesketh.

Wardships and marriages of living heirs, James l's proposal to sell to tenants in capite 264, 276.

Wardships, composition of, in Derbyshire, 267.

Ware, [Herts], 66.
-, postal endorsement at, 61.
-, letter dated at, 106.

Warrants, proposed, 68.

Warseworth, Cromford in the parish of, (co. Derby), 40.

Wartling (Sussex), 263.

Warwick, Countess of [Anne Dudley], 188.
-, -, married to Sir Foulke Greville, 56.

Warwickshire, 36.
-, an inq. p.m. taken in, 257.

Waterford (Ireland), letter dated from, 72.

Watson (Wattson):
-, Anthony, Bishop of Chichester, 262, 263.
-, -, letters from, 304, 306, 309.
-, -, and the Main Plot prisoners, 305, 306.
-, Mr., of Cambridge University, 350.
-, Thomas, servant of the Treasurer of Wars in Ireland, 378.
-, -, letter from, 50.
-, William, a priest, 183, 229, 245.
-, -, letter from, 242.
-, -, Plot of, and the Catholic Appellants, 161–163.
-, -, -, alleged to be devised by Cecil and the Council, 216.
-, -, -, and William Udall, 281, 297, 325, 326, 328, 330.
-, -, -, names of persons to be sought for in connexion with, 393.
-, -, -, see also Bye Plot.
-, -, application and orders for his arrest, 184, 193, 195.
-, -, a description of his appearance, 193.
-, -, pursued in Wales, 214.
-, -, Interrogations for, 228.
-, -, Declaration of, 238–239.
-, -, to come to trial at Winchester, 259.
-, -, an accusation by, 281.

Webb, W., 386.

Weihe (Weighe), Dr., Sub-delegate of Count of Schaumberg, 7, 12, 13.

Wekeys, William, 386.

Welde, Roger, of Norwich, letter from, 189.

Welle, John, an alderman of Bristol, 168.

Welsh, letter partly written in, 293–294.

Wems, —, 241.

Wentworth, Mr., 152.

Wessenden, Christopher, 261.

West, —, of Padis Lodge, 84.

West Kirby (co. Chester), 104.

Westmill (Westmell) (Herts), 254.

Westminster, City of:
-, letter dated in, 181.
-, Gatehouse at, 55, 205.
-, -, letters, etc. dated from, 70, 92, 183, 282, 287, 325, 327, 331.
-, -, keeper of, 70, 91, 181.
-, -, release of prisoners, in, 76.
-, -, treatment of prisoners in, 91.
-, -, priests committed to, 119, 181, 232.
-, -, the plague in, see Plague.
-, Funeral of Elizabeth at, 56.
-, bailiffs of, 70.
-, Institutions and orders for dispatch of suitors to the King, dated at, 99.
-, defect of authority in, 227–228.
-, the plague in, see Plague.
-, high constable of, see Dauson, John.
-, places in, see London and Westminster Places.

Westminster Abbey, dean of, see Andrews.
-, Sir John Fortescue's house at, letters dated from, 170, 171.

Westminster Hall, (Palace) Law Courts at, 114, 120, 178, 392.

Westmoreland, Earldom of, see Nevill.

Westphalia, Circle of, defence of, 235.

Wetherby [Yorks], letter dated at, 80.

Weymouth [Dorsetshire], letter dated at, 127.

Wharton, Dorothy, Lady, letter from, 267.

Whatborough (Whatborow) Manor, [Leics], 393.

Whitborue [?] letter dated at, 248.

Whitchurch (Shropshire), 188.

White:
-, Mrs. Ann, letter from, 103.
-, John, 252.

Whitgift, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, 49, 76, 205.
-, -, letters from, 150, 177.
-, -, and the Mastership of Corpus Christi College, Camb., 150, 350, 351.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.

Whitstable [Kent], 172, 173.

Whitston, John, an alderman of Bristol, 168.

Whittingham, Sir Timothy, 394.

Whorlton (Whorleton) Park, [Yorks], 381.

Widdrington, (Wooddrington, Witherington), [Northumb.], 46, 126.

Wigan (Lancs), letter dated at, 88.

Wight, Isle of, governor of, see Carey, George.

Wigorne, see Worcester.

Wilbraham (Wilbram), Sir Roger, 166, 172, 373, 379.
-, Roger, a Master of the Requests, 224.

Wildgosse (Willgosse):
-, Sir John, 265, 266.
-, -, letter from, 262.
-, Lady, daughter of Bryan Annesley, 265.

Wilford, James, 395.

Wilkes, Sir Thomas, 149, 188.

Willgosse, see Wildgosse.

William, Count, see Nassau.

Williams:
-, Mr., 23.
-, Thomas, 339.

Williamson (Wylliamson):
-, John, 386.
-, Mr., 152.
-, Sir Richard, 394.

Willis (Wyllys):
-, Simon, letters from, 74, 212.
-, Timothy, letter from, 227.

Willoughby, Lord, see Bertie.

Wilpret, Balthasar, 384.

Wilson:
-, Mr., 120.
-, Thomas, 248.
-, -, letter from, 203.

Wilton [Hants], the King and Court at, 234, 243, 340.
-, passport dated at, 299.

Win, John, of Gwydir, 392.

Winchester, 273, 373.
-, trial of the conspirators at, 259, 298.

Winchester, Bishop of, 223.
-, -, see also Bilson.

Winchester Castle, letters dated at, 304, 305 (3), 306 (2), 307 (2), 309 (2), 310, 311, 312 (2), 315, 320 (2).
-, the Green, place of execution for conspirators, 312.
-, in need of repair, 320.

Winchester (Winton) College, letter dated at, 304.
-, -, concerning accommodation for judges, etc., 279.
-, Warden of, see Harmer.

Windebank (Wyndebank):
-, Aaron, Captain of Sandown Castle, 163, 182, 252.
-, Sir Thomas, 37.

Windsor [Berks.], at, 139, 144, 211.
-, the Court at, letter dated from, 151.

Windsor, Dean and Chapter of, the lease of a parsonage from, 248.

Windsor, Henry, 5th Baron, 222.

Winfield (Wynfield):
-, Sir Edward, letters from, 105, 110, 143.
-, Richard, Privy Councillor of Ireland, 148.

Wingfeilde, Robert, letter from, 41.

Winton, see Winchester.

Winwood (Wynwood), Ralph, 31, 239.

Wirtemberg, see Wurtemburg.

Wismar (Wissmar), letter dated at, 237.

Witham [Lincs], postal endorsements at, 47, 61.

Witherington (Wooddrington), Sir Henry, 46, 133, 134, 394.

Witherington, see also Widdrington.

Wittaker, Mr., 197.

Wittenberk, see Wurtemburg.

Witton, East [Yorks], 381.

Wolfe, Robert, of Limerick, examination of, 129.

Wonloke, see Wanlock.

Wood:
-, Captain, of the Cherubim, 316.
-, Dr., a Judge Delegate, letter to, 63.
-, -, Lord Cobham's servant, 289.

Wooddrington, see Widdrington and Withrington.

Woodhouse:
-, Anthony, of Cromford, examination of, 40.
-, Sir Henry, letter from, 198.

Woodstock [Oxon.], 243, 245.
-, warrant dated at, 248.

Woodstock Lodge [Oxon.], letter dated from, 9.

Woodward:
-, John, of Bristol, 167, 168.
-, Thomas, fletcher of Bristol, 167.
-, -, a report from, 168–169.
-, -, a cashiered lawyer, 324.

Woodyeare, Mr., of King's College, Cambridge, 76.

Woolavington (Wullavington) (Sussex), 263.

Wootton, see Wotton.

Worcester, city of, 230.

Worcester (Wigorne), Bishop of, 223.

Worcester, Earl of, see Somerset.

Worcestershire, 326.
-, Catholics in, 36.

Worksop (Worshop, Worsep) [Notts.], 53, 54.
-, letters dated at, 143, 257.

Worksop Manor, Queen Anne at, 143.

Worseley (Worsley):
-, James, letters from, 75, 98, 119, 124, 130, 139.
-, -, 23.

Worshop, see Worksop.

Wotton (Wootton):
-, Sir Edward, afterwards Baron Wotton, 49.
-, -, letters from, 53, 193, 385.
-, -, letters to, 285, 305, 307, 313.
-, -, see also Commissioners for trial of conspirators.
-, Henry, 339.
-, Mr., 397.

Wourtley, Sir Richard, 394.

Wraye, Joan, 215.

Wright (Wryte), Henry, letter from, 393.
-, Father, an English Jesuit, 340.
-, -, a banished priest, information about, 216, 217.

Wriothesley, Henry, 3rd Earl of Southampton, 58, 85, 105, 123, 190, 205, 239.
-, -, letters to, 81, 113, 130, 143, 175, 179, 203.
-, -, letters from, 116, 387.
-, -, his son, 81, 179.
-, -, his daughter Penelope, 81, 143, 204.
-, -, and Sir John Davis, 84, 371.
-, -, in the Privy Chamber, 220, 385.
-, -, appointed to bring Rosny to the Court, 244.

Writs of subpoena, new office of, 375.

Wroath, Mr., 397.

Wryte, see Wright.

Wullavington, see Woolavington.

Wurtemburg (Wirtemberg, Wirtenberk, Wittenberk), Duke of, 397.
-, Ambassador from, 174, 182.

Wutton [?], 376.

Wylliamson, see Williamson.

Wyllys, see Willis.

Wyndebank, see Windebank.

Wynfield, see Winfield.

Wynter, Timothy, 261.

Wynwood, see Winwood.

Y.

Yapton, (Sussex), 263.

Yat, William, an alderman of Bristol, 168.

Yattendon (Yatington) [Berks.], 390.

Yaxley (Hunts), 107.

Yelverton, Chr.a justice of the King's Bench, 224.
-, -, letter from, 230.

Yeomen of the Guard, the King's Guard, 44, 213.

Yong, Peter, the King's schoolmaster, deanery of Lichfield proposed for, 57.

York, 64, 82, 107, 217.
-, letters dated at, 11, 18, 21, 32, 33, 36, 53, 119, 134, 279.
-, James I at, 33, 42 (2), 44, 46, 50.
-, Lord Mayor of, 52, 394.
-, Queen Anne at, 118, 119, 126, 128.
-, letter of Attorney for a Master of Chancery at, 256.
-, apprehension of an arch-priest at, 349.
-, aldermen of, names of two, 395.
-, Cathedral Minster, 33.
-, dean of, 393, 394.
-, prebendaries of, names of, 395.
-, Exchequer at, commissary of, see Swinborne.
-, Council at, see North.

York, Archbishop of, see Hutton.
-, -, Chancellors of, 395.
-, -, -, see also Bennett and Gibson.
-, -, Deputy Chancellor of, 394.
-, Archdeacon of, 395.

York, Province of, Ecclesiastical Commissioners for, names of, 394– 395.

Yorke:
-, Sir Edward, 57.
-, Roland, 185.

Yorkshire, reports in, on the Queen's journey to London, 90.
-, lieutenancy of, 118.
-, High Sheriff of, 126.
-, receiver of, fees to be paid to, 314.
-, East Riding of, Archdeacon of, 395.

Z.

Zanaw and Nassau, Countess of, 12.

Zante, Island of, English ships detained at, 158–160.
-, Providitor of, 159.

Zante Road, 159.

Zealand (Zeeland), 38, 144.

Zouche, (Souch):
-, Edward la, Lord Zouche, Lord President of the Marches of Wales, 97, 137, 184, 232, 376.
-, -, letters from, 17, 185, 186, 234, 245, 252, 291, 336, 395.
-, Richard, 185–186.

Zuitsers [?Swiss], 77.

Zweibrücken (Bipont), Duke of, 397.



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