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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 16: 1604 (1933), pp. 486-488. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112216 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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E., Ellen, letter from, 33.

Eastcotton, manor of, Doctorston in, 406.

East Indies, see India.

Eastland Company, the, 315.

Easton (Eston), [Essex], letter dated at, 309.
-, Lodge, letters dated at, 206, 350, 385.

Easton [Essendon], Lord of, see Cecil, Robert.

Ecclesall [Yorks.], manor of, 128.

Ecclesiastical:
-, conference at Hampton Court, 95, 254, 467.
-, Causes, commissioners for, see High Commission.
-, government, a pamphlet against, 421.
-, Judges, procedure of, 413.
-, judgment, and the Crown, 404.
-, livings, tax on, see Taxation.

Echlo, Eclo, see Eecloo.

Edge, William, 294.

Edinburgh, letters dated at, 5, 22, 27, 29, 30.
-, Castle, birth of James I at, 18.
-, College of, a M.A. of, 449.
-, Holyrood House (Halyrudhous, Halyruidhouse), Palace of, 17, 18.
-, -, letters dated from, 25, 87, 99.

Edmunds (Edmundes, Edmonds):
-, Colonel, 61, 82, 86, cf. Sir William, infra.
-, Mr., 246.
-, Sir William, in the Low Countries, 101, 282.
-, Thomas, 153.
-, Sir Thomas, 335.

Edney, Captain, 3, 120.

Edward III, King, patents of, 331.

Edward VI, King, 128.
-, as Prince, proposed marriage of, with Mary of Scotland, 345.
-, grant of lands by, 411.

Edwards, Nathaniel, 339.

Eecloo (Echlo, Eclo), [Belgium], States General army advance on, 88.

Eedes, Richard, letter from, 309.

Effingham, Lord, see Howard.

Egerton, Thomas, Lord Ellesmere, Lord High Chancellor, 46, 49, 138, 147, 170, 177, 242, 247, 365, 384, 420, 433.
-, letters from, 72, 223, 228, 444.
-, letters to, 49(2), 53, 344.
-, and Lord Zouch, 24, 190.
-, and Lord Cecil's subsidy, 72.
-, his son and heir, 74.
-, his daughter, sickness of, 223.
-, as Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, 120.
-, and Sir Griffin Markham, 167, 337.
-, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, and benefice of Freshwater, 367.
-, as former Master of the Rolls, 369.
-, and manufacture of playing cards, 402.
-, illness of, alleged to delay Union matters, 423.
-, proposed for the Court of Delegates, 440.

Eldred, John, merchant, 381.
-, letter from, 246.

Elfordcombe, see Ilfracombe.

Eliott, Thomas, 458 (2).

Elizabeth, Queen of England (the late Queen), 120, 201.
-, and cloth trade with United Provinces, 2.
-, death of, 10, 20, 54, 353.
-, -, messenger of "glad tidings" of, 433.
-, journey of, to Berkshire, 75.
-, recompense from, for losses sustained in a voyage to the Azores, 135.
-, grant of lands by, 139, 147.
-, a claim to lands granted to, 159– 162.
-, and purchase of former Crown lands, 378.
-, and Godmanchester rectory, 145, 453.
-, as foundress of St. Peter's, Westminster, 145.
-, and office of Packership, 153.
-, loans to, 155, 261, 327, 368.
-, and the Emperor, 156.
-, and service in Ireland, 166, 295.
-, and Westminster Abbey, 185.
-, and Lord Oxford's pension, 258, 397.
-, and wars with Spain, 270, 285.
-, and licence to make gunpowder, etc., 277.
-, Council of, a book against, 289.
-, a book dedicated to, 299.
-, and trade with the Levant, 380.
-, compared with Anne of Denmark, 382.
-, and Norham Castle, 451.
-, claim of, to Alton Woods, 461.

Elizabeth, Princess (her Grace, the Lady Elizabeth), daughter of James I, 111, 188, 222, 317.
-, letter from, 432.
-, equipment of, for journey to Court, 312.
-, application for post of footman to, 428.

Ellesmere, Lord, see Egerton.

Elmar, Bartholomew, 467.

Elmer, John, 274, 311.

Elphinston, Sir James, Lord Balmerino, Secretary of State for Scotland, 29, 45, 138.
-, letters from, 86, 98, 181, 358.

Elsinore (Elsonore), 148.
-, letter dated at, 149.

Eltham [Kent], 247.

Ely, Isle of, 464.

Ely, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.

Embassage, new title of, after Spanish treaty, 424.

Emden (Embden), 42, 408.
-, ships of (Embdeners), 284.

Emperor, the, see Rudolf II.

Empire, the, trade in, 298.

Empress, the, 67.

Enfield [Middx.], letter dated at, 169.
-, parishioners of, petition from, 247.
-, Chase, 307.

England and English:
-, pirates in, 203.
-, wars with Scotland, 128.
-, Union with Scotland, see Union.
-, merchants and trade with Spain, 6, 137, 246.
-, apostolic indulgence granted to, 51.
-, lack of interest of, in the war in Low Countries, 129.
-, troops under Count Maurice, see Army.

Englefelde, Sir Robert, 19.

Englefield [Berks.], 347.

Entertainment tax, a suggested, 339.

Eppes (Epps), William, 62, 73.

Ernest, Count, see Nassau.

Erroll, Earl of, see Hay.

Erskine (Erskyn, Areskyne):
-, Sir Arthur, esquire to Mary, Queen of Scots, 17.
-, John, 17th Earl of Mar, 18.
-, John, 18th Earl of Mar, 86, 98.
-, -, letters from, 26 (2), 29, 168.
-, Sir James, 46.
-, Sir Thomas (M. Erskin), afterwards Lord Erskine of Dirletoun (Darleton), Captain of the Guard, 90, 157, 269.
-, -, letters from, 217, 247.
-, -, to meet the Constable, 208, 210, 217.
-, -, and Lord Norreys, 344, 347.

Escluse, see Sluys.

Esk, river, 25.

Essex, 414, 431.
-, undersheriff, 159.
-, taxation in, 205.
-, High Sheriff of, see Maynerd.

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux.

Estates General, see United Provinces.

Eston, see Easton.

Eton College, Warden of, see Savire.

Eudall, see Udall.

Eure, Ralph, Lord Eure, late Commissioner at Bremen, 156.

Evelyn (Evelin):
-, John, patentee for saltpetre and gunpowder, 277, 278, 341–342.
-, Robert, patentee for saltpetre and gunpowder, 278, 341–342.

Ewens, Ralph, Queen's Auditor, letter from, 182.

Excellency, his, see Nassau.

Exchequer, the, (the Checker), 11, 72, 147, 190.
-, abuses in, 43.
-, Chamber, 159.
-, -, meeting of Privy Council in, 43.
-, lands of, 236.
-, -, grant of, 187.
-, a warrant to, 357.
-, payment of money out of, 384.
-, office of Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer in, 387.
-, sheriffs' payments into, 428.
-, book of allowances for Lieutenant of the Tower in, 440.
-, grant of an office in, 463.
-, Lord Chief Baron of, 9.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, -, and filing of pleadings in Chancery, 370.
-, -, and alnage of cloth, 466.
-, -, see also Periam and Fleming.
-, Barons of, letters from, 28, 349, 359.
-, -, see also Snygge, Savill and Clark.
-, Chamberlains of, 300.
-, Chancellor of, 209.
-, -, see also Home and Fortescue.
-, Tellers of, 76.

Exeter (Exon), postal endorsement at, 166.
-, gaol at, 234.
-, farm of customs at, 348.

Exeter, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290, 405.
-, -, see also Cotton.
-, Dean of, see Sutcliffe.

Exon, see Exeter.

Eyton, Edward, 314.



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