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'Index: A', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 16: 1604 (1933), pp. 469-471. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112212 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Aardenburg (Ardenbourg, Aerdenburch, Ardenborrow, Hardenberg, Aremberg), army manoeuvres around, 84, 85, 87–89, 91, 95, 98, 125, 206.
-, enemy attempt on, 102, 104.
-, garrison for, 232.
-, English commander at, see Lambart.

Abergavenny [Mons], 24.

Abergavenny (Bergavenny), Lord, see Nevill.

Abington, Mr., son of the cofferer, 339.

Abrick, ?Riga, q.v.

Achmoughtie, Mr., 422.

Admiral, the Lord High, 406.
-, see also Howard, Charles.

Admiralty, the, demands money for escort ships, 431.
-, commission from, to go to Spain, 462.
-, Court of, Judge of, 127.
-, -, president of, see Caesar.

Adomaropoli, see St. Omer.

Adye, John, 311.
-, Old, 311.

Aerdenburch, see Aardenburg.

Aerssens, —, letter from the States General, signed by, 68.

Ailmer, Thomas, D.D., Archdeacon of London, 291.

Aishberton, see Ashburton.

Alab., 33.

Alabaster (Aloblaster, Oleblaster), Mr., a merchant, 87, 152, 454.

Albare, Don, 450.

Albemarle (Awmarle), Earl of, 316.

Alexton (Allaxton) [Leices.], manor of, 307.

Alferez, —, 92.

Alham, Serjeant, 382.

Alicante (Spain), 461.

Alice Holt forest (Aylesholt; Hants), 182.

Alington, H., letter from, 55.

Allaxton see Alexton.

Alleman, states of, see Germany.

Allison, Thomas, letter from, 118.

Allmons, Almanes, see Germans.

Allyson (Alyzon), Thomas, 457.
-, letter from, 399.

Aloblaster, see Alabaster.

Alton Priors and Stowell, manor of, (Aston and Stoell, Wilts.), 439.

Alton Woods (Worcs.), 461.

Alyce, Mrs., 36.

Alyzon, see Allyson.

Ambassador, the English, in Spain, memorandum concerning, 398.
-, -, in France, see Parry, and Stuart, Ludovic.
-, -, to Muscovy, see Smith, Sir Thomas.
-, of Florence, 1.
-, the French, in England, see Harley.
-, of Savoy, see Luttin.
-, the Spanish, in England, see Tassio and Velasco.
-, of Venice, 212.

Ambassadors to England, entertainment of, 173, 433.

Ambler, —, 30.

Ambo, Agnolo d', 441.

Ames, Mr., a servant of Cecil's, 49.

Amias, Israel, 446.

Amice (Amyce), Mr., 58, 119, 265.

Amye, —, LL.D., a master of Chancery, 440.

Andalusia (Spain), 356.

Anderson:
-, Sir Edmund (Lord Anderson), Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, 307, 350.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, Henry, 312.
-, -, examination of, 384.

Andrews, Launcelot, Dean of Westminster, 290, 291, 344.
-, proposed for the Court of Delegates, 440.

Angier, Francis, steward, letter to, 312.

Angulo, Francisco Fernandes de, "eschevin" of Cadiz and "proveedor" of the armies of the Indies, letter from, 401.

Angulo de Oteo, family of, 401.

Anjouant, M. de Soulby, Agent of Geneva, letter from, 401.

Anne of Denmark, Queen of James I (the Queen), 164, 355, 367.
-, letter from, 126.
-, letters to, 163 (2).
-, affairs of, 114, 418.
-, chancery of, 162.
-, Council of, 162.
-, jointure of, 162.
-, Somerset House prepared for, 182.
-, tradesmen and artificers of, letter from, 238.
-, to go to Greenwich, 239.
-, to be at Wanstead, 255.
-, lands of, revenues from, 312, 317(2), 408.
-, -, in Lincolnshire, survey of, 343, 353.
-, bailiff of, 343.
-, compared with Queen Elizabeth, 382.
-, Crown Jewels bestowed upon, 385– 386.
-, and Christmas festivities at the Court, 388–389.
-, privy chamber of, a quarrel in, 391–393.
-, her Master of Horse, 392.
-, a play to be acted before, 415.
-, Attorney General of, see Hitcham.
-, Auditor of, see Ewens.
-, Lord Chamberlain to, see Sydney.
-, Vice-Chamberlain of, see Carewe.
-, Secretary of, see Fowler.
-, Solicitor of, see Lowther.
-, Gentleman Usher of Privy Chamber of, see Izod.

Anstruther (Anstrother), Sir William, 367, 382, 388.

Antwerp, 32, 41.
-, demanded as a pledge by Italian merchants, 85.
-, enemy retreat to, after defeat at Ostend, 113.
-, trade of, 184, 265.

Ap Eliza, Robert, 328.

Ap John, Thomas, 286.

Ap John ap Rees, Robert, 287.

Ap John ap William, Foulke, 51, 287.

Ap Llewelyn, Eliza, his wife Alice, 328.

Ap Rees, see Ap John.

Ap Robert, Thomas, 287.

Ap Thomas, Robert, 287.

Apthorp, letters dated at, 222, 223.

Ap William, see Ap John ap William.

Aquila, Francisco Martin d', cavalry of, 450.

Ar, Ad., letters from, 34 (2).

Arbella, Lady, see Stuart.

Archangel (Port of St. Michael's, Russia), 185.

Archbishop, the [of York] see Hutton.

Archdukes, the, see under Austria, and Isabella.

Archer, —, a Jesuit, 400.

Arches, Court of, 52.

Archiducs (Archdukes), the, see Austria.

Archpriest, the, see Blackwell.

Ardenbourg, see Aardenburg.

Aremberg, see Aardenburg.

Aremberg, Count, 212.

Areskyne, see Erskine.

Argyle (Argaill), Earls of, family of, in Spain, 401.
-, Earl of, see Campbell.

Armenians, robbed by English sailors, 462.

Armour, an offer to supply, 418.
-, makers, letter from, 401.
-, making, battery work for, 418.

Army, the English, apparelling of, 441.
-, in Ireland, see Ireland.
-, in the Low Countries, troops under Count Maurice, 59, 61, 81, 87, 90, 91, 92, 124, 188, 199, 207, 214.
-, -, apparel of, 76, 77.
-, -, fresh recruits required, 94, 95.
-, -, comments of Count Nassau, on, 106.
-, -, plan of States General to keep down numbers of officers in, 130.
-, -, predicament of, after peace with Spain, 269–274.
-, -, see also under United Provinces.

Arras [France], reported treaty of France and Spain at, 329.
-, Episcopal Palace of, certificate dated at, 51.
-, Bishop of, see Richardot.

Arthur, Captain Patrick, letters from, 241 (2).

Artois [France], 115.

Asaphen, see St. Asaph.

Ascorez, see Azores.

Ashburton (Aishberton), [Devon], postal endorsement at, 166.

Ashby (Northants), letter dated at, 281.
-, the King at, 280.
-, parson of, see Pretheroe.

Ashe (Cornwall), 89.

Ashley, Sir Anthony, 241.
-, letter from, 329.

Ashton, Mr., 38.
-, see also Aston.

Assarts, bill of, 143.
-, summary and definition of, 402.
-, commission of, 426, 467.

Asshton, see Ashton.

Aston and Stoell, manor of, see Alton Priors.

Aston (Ashton, Asshton):
-, Arthur, 193.
-, Sir Roger, 43, 132, 236, 262, 395, 439.
-, -, letter from, 374.
-, -, letter to, 391.
-, -, and lease of profits etc. of the Duchy of Lancaster, 417.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 108.
-, See also Ashton.

Athassel (Athasshell), Abbey of [Co. Tipp.], 139.

Athlone, 83.

Atholl, Mary, Countess of, 22.
-, letter from, 276.

Atkins (Atkyns):
-, Dr. Henry, letters from, 137, 163(2), 195.
-, Ri., (of the Council of Marches of Wales), 337.

Atkinson, Captain John, letter from, 402.

Attorney General, the, and English trade in the Levant, 381.
-, See also Coke.

Aubrey, Sir William, letter from, 242.

Audeley (Audley) see Touchet.

Auditor, the, see Purvey.
-, the King's, 162.
-, the Queen's, 182.
-, the Prince's, 183.
-, of the Mint, see Gofton.

Auditors of the Prests, 83.

Audley (Audeley), Lord, see Touchet.
-, Robert, 32.

Augmentation, Court of, 187.
-, Keeper of the Records of, see Minterne.

Austria, Archduke Albert of (the Duke, Archduke, [with Isabella] the Archdukes):
-, treaty of, with James I, 54, 285, 304.
-, -, effect of, on Low Countries War, 270–274.
-, -, commissioners for, 285.
-, -, -, see also Richardot.
-, -, believed to be inspiring distrust of James I, 400.
-, -, suspects impartiality of English ministers, 424.
-, -, see also Treaty.
-, Spanish Army of in the Low Countries (the enemy), movements of, 82, 88, 93, 95, 97, 98, 102, 124–125, 204, 207.
-, -, attempt to bring supplies to Sluys, 104, 105–106, 107–108.
-, -, and the fall of Sluys, 212, 229.
-, -, strength of after fall of Sluys, 231–232.
-, -, defeat of, at Ostend, 112.
-, -, see also Sluys and Ostend.
-, requires loan from Italian Merchants, 85.
-, at Bruges, 102, 104.
-, intention of, to meet Count Maurice, 113.
-, and attitude of States of Flanders to, 116.
-, and trade of Antwerp, 184.
-, suggested visit of James I to, 237.
-, and English trade in Low Countries, 265, 332, 423, 424.
-, sending forces into Brabant, 306.
-, minister or ambassador of, in England, 418, 424.
-, treaty of peace and commerce of, with the United Provinces, 450.
-, and the Mutineers, see under Mutineers.
-, his wife, see Isabella.

Austria, Archduke Mathias of, 156.

Avebury [Wilts.], letter dated at, 386.

Awbreye, Dr., his daughter, married to Sir Daniel Dunn, 440.

Awmarle, see Albemarle.

Aylesholt, see Alice Holt.

Azores (Ascorez), the, 135.