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'Index: D', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 16: 1604 (1933), pp. 483-486. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112215 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Dacres (Dakers):
-, Francis, 358, 371.
-, Leonard, 428.
-, Mr., privy seal for, 239.
-, Mr., vicar of Brailes, 177.
-, Thomas, 446.
-, lands of, schedule of, 428.

Dakers, see Dacres.

Dale:
-, Captain, 54.
-, William, letter from, 318.

Dalington, Capt. Ed., letter from, 428.

Dalston, John, Commissioner for Border Causes, 342.

Damfermelinge, see Dunfermline.

Damme (Dam, Dame), [Belgium], army manoeuvres around, 61, 85, 88, 97, 98, 204.
-, the enemy conducting manoeuvres from, 102, 104, 105, 106, 107, 113, 210, 218, 232, 267, 282.
-, River of, letter dated at, 90.
-, fighting at, 90 91(2), 93.
-, tidings from, of attack on Ostend, 115, 117.
-, and Sluys, prisoners taken between, names of, 449–450.

Daniel (Danyell), William [Justice of the Common Pleas], 350.

Danielston, Alexander, 10.

Danvers (Davers):
-, Henry, Lord Danvers, 337, 444.
-, -, letter from, 331.
-, -, and office of Surveyor, 428.
-, Sir John, sheriff of Wilts., 458.
-, -, 321.

Danzig (Dantzig), as a Hanse town, 297.

Dar . ., Lord, 344.

Darby, Edward, auditor, letters from, 58, 119, 135, 154, 167.

Darby, see also Derby.

Darcy (Darcie):
-, Sir Francis (Sir Frauncis), 126, 370.
-, -, letters from, 119, 148.
-, Nicolas, letter from, 385.
-, of Chiche, Thomas, 3rd Lord, 126.
-, -, entertains Prince Charles, 227.

Darell, James, letter from, 146.

Darford, see Dartford.

Darleton, see Erskine, Sir Thomas.

Darnell, Sir Thomas, Queen's Receiver in Lincolnshire, letter to, 162.

Darnley, Earl of, see Stuart.

Darse, Mr., of Hornby, 44.

Dartford (Darford), [Kent], 211.
-, postal endorsements at, 103, 112, 212, 329, 332, 346.

Dartmouth (Darkemothe), [Devon], 125.
-, letters dated at, 89, 128.
-, farm of customs at, 348.
-, petition concerning appointment of J.P.'s., 128.
-, Mayor and Aldermen of, letters from, 89, 128.
-, Mayor of, see also Newbye.

Daston, Richard, a lawyer, 446.

Davers, see Danvers.

Daveson, Dr., 27.

Davies:
-, Oliver, 330.
-, -, 118.

Davis:
-, Sir John, letter from, 245.
-, Ri., churchwarden, 176, 177.
-, -, 462.

Daye, John, letters from, 32, 33.

Dayes, Henry, 183.
-, his wife, see Baynam.

Deal [Kent], 346.

Dean (Kent), manor of, 439.

Deane, James, 312.

Deavonsheire, see Blount, Earl of Devonshire.

Debatable Lands, the, [? Border lands], 393.

Deeping fens [Lincs.], 79.

Deer, royal warrant for, 169.

Delabere, John, 441.

Delamer, John, 311.

Delavale, R., letter from, 30.

De la Warr, Lord, see West.

Delbridg, John, 6.

Delegates, court of, Earl Hertford's appeal in, persons suggested for the commission, 440.

Delft (Delphensis) [Holland], 453.

Delphensis, see Delft.

Dempster, —, a lawyer, 221.

Denbigh, lordship of, 439.

Denbighshire, enquiry into a murder in, 286–288.

Denmark, intended embassy to, 239.
-, King of, see Christian.

Denney, see Coke.

Denny (Dennys, Denyse, Denys):
-, Sir Edward, afterwards Lord Denny, 186, 446.
-, -, letters from, 429 (2).
-, -, a servant of, convicted of murder, 165.
-, Mary, Lady Denny, letter from, 325.
-, -, lands of, in Ireland, 429.
-, Mr., 325.
-, Mr., of the Isle of Wight, 319, 320, 375, 447.
-, -, character of, 321.
-, William, letter from, 51.

Densam, letter dated at, 217.

Densheyr [Devonshire], Earl of, see Blount.

Denyse, see Dennys.

Deptford [Kent], letter dated at, 175.

Derby (Darby), Earl of, see Stanley.
-, Elizabeth, Countess of, moiety to, 156.
-, L. Countess of, letter from, 140.

Derbyshire, Dacre's land in, 428.

Desmond, Earl of, see FitzGerald.
-, Eleanor, Countess of, letters from, 51, 236, 245 (2).

Devereux, Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex, the late Earl, 11, 75, 122, 240, 403.

Devonshire, loans in, 180, 181.
-, lands of Sir Walter Ralegh in, 259.
-, carrier of, 276.
-, farm of customs in, 348.
-, high sheriff of, see Drake.

Devonshire (Deavonsheire, Densheyr, Denschyrre,) Earl of, see Blount.

Digby, (Dygby), Abigail, Lady, letter from, 431.

Dion, 197, 201.

Dirham [Gloucs.], letter dated at, 275.

Dirletoun, Lord, see Erskine.

Disease, a woman curer of, 280.

Dixie, John, D.D., 290.

Dixwells, —, counterfeit name of two youths, 36.

Dobbinson:
-, Mr., 354.
-, Ra., 186, 387.

Dockwra, Sir Henry, 463.

Doctors' Commons, see under London, places in.

Doctorston, tenement of, 406.

Dodderidge (Doddridge, Dodridge), Sir [John], serjeant-at-law, solicitor general, 43, 259, 290, 454, 455.

Dollman, Albane, a priest, 33.

Dolman's discourse, 19.

Donbarr, see Dunbar.

Donfernely, see Dunfermline.

Dorset, Earl of, see Sackville.

Dorsetshire, manors in, 267, 277, 324, 434.
-, alnage of cloth in, 334.
-, farm of customs in, 348.

Douai (Dowa, Doaye), [France], the English College at, 32, 33, 35.
-, President of, see Worthington.

Douglas:
-, James, 4th Earl of Morton, and Rizzio's murder, 16.
-, Lady Margaret, Lord Darnley's mother, 15.

Dover, 115, 118, 198, 242, 253, 293, 346.
-, letters dated at, 201, 204.
-, postal endorsement at, 112, 204.
-, aliens and Catholics landing at, 26, 33.
-, the Constable at, 201, 203.
-, customs at, 242.
-, a Dutch sloop attacked at, 271.
-, Lieutenant of, 279.
-, Castle, 433.

Dover Roads, the, Dunkirk ship taken in, 174.

Dowa, see Douai.

Downall (Downale), Mr., servant to the Earl of Essex, 122, 248.

Downeman, William, 153.

Downes, Jeremy, 334.

Downs, the, 203.

Drake:
-, Captain, 47.
-, John, high sheriff of Devonshire, 438.

Drayton [Northants.], Lord Mordaunt's house at, letters dated from, 210, 220.

Drinan, John, an Irish priest, 234.

Drurie, John, LL.D., 290, 291.

Dublin, 83.
-, letter dated at, 84.
-, the plague in, 275.

Duchy, the, see Lancaster.

Dudley:
-, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick, 461.
-, Sir Robert, Earl of Leicester (Lord Leyster), 121, 461.

Duisborough, Anthony, 60.

Duke, the, [Lennox], see Stuart.
-, the Archduke, see Austria.
-, see also Charles, Duke of Sweden.

Duke, William, 318.

Dunbar (Dumbar), [Haddings.], James I's father and mother escape to, 17, 18.

Dundalk (Ireland), lease of customs to, 442.

Dundee [Dundie], letter dated at, 221.

Dunfermline (Damfermelinge, Donfernely), [Fifes.], letters dated at, 40, 138, 163, 164.

Dunfermline, Earl of, 169.

Dunhag, see Hague, the.

Dunkeld (Dunkeldin), [Perths.], letter dated at, 276.

Dunkirk (Dunkerke, Dunkark), 105.
-, news from, 329.

Dunn (Dun, Dunne):
-, Dr., Sir Daniel, Master of Requests, 43, 246, 431.
-, -, letters from, 233, 325.
-, -, letter to, 52.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, -, patent of, 313.
-, -, employed in council for the Earl of Hertford, 440.
-, -, his wife, 440.
-, -, at the Mill, Bath, 311.

Duport, Dr. John, of Cambridge University, 378.
-, -, letter from, 57.

Durham, 283.
-, letters dated at, 301, 386.

Durham (Duresme), bishopric of, collection in, 330.
-, Bishop of, see Matthew.

Dutch (Hollanders), troops (in pay of States General), 59.
-, captain (in the Archduke's army), 107.
-, capture a carrick off the East Indies, 107.
-, merchants, claim of, freight for, 155, 168.
-, a libel translated from, 204.
-, excommunication against trade with, 246.
-, right of, to seize ships trading in Flanders and Brabant, 265.
-, two, killed at Dover, 271.
-, fighting under Charles of Sweden, 284.
-, ordered by States General to impeach English ships, 332.
-, attitude of, to English, 329, 346.
-, ships, see Ships.
-, see also Holland.

Dutton:
-, Captain, slain at Ostend, 152.
-, Edward, Mayor of Chester, letter from, 432.

Dyer, Sir Edward, 324.

Dyes and dyeing, see under Trades, cloth dyeing.



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