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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 18: 1606 (1940), pp. 481-482. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112299 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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East Indies, 111, 116. And see Indies.
-, ecclesiastical causes, seals for non obstantes, 129.
-, See also High Commission.
-, ecclesiastical judges, censure of, 349.

Edlemonton. See Edmonton.

Edmondes (Edmonds):
-, Sir Thomas (Sr. Edmont), Ambassador to Archdukes in Brussels, letters from, 8, 30, 46, 63, 71, 72, 98, 106, 112, 118, 132, 141, 152, 159, 165, 168, 183, 207, 227, 233, 320.
-, -, letters to, 1, 27, 49, 61, 81, 127, 157, 170, 178, 197, 200, 259.
-, -, accused of partiality to Dutch, 9.
-, -, congratulates Archduke Albert on Spinola's capture of Rheinberg, 320.
-, -, references to, 37, 42, 136, 144, 161, 218, 232, 262, 376, 438, 461.
-, Colonel, reputed slain, 274.
-, -, under officer to Lord Mayor of London, 211.

Edmonton (Edlemonton), [Middx.], 242.
-, letter dated at, 138.
-, Lord Salisbury's possessions in, 397.

Edward VI, King, 281, 321, 322.
-, statute of, 129.

Edwards:
-, John, a recusant, 398.
-, Mr., of London, shipowner, 78.
-, -, English Celestine monk, 176.
-, See also Lanware.

Effingham, Surrey, parsonage of, 85.

Egerton:
-, Captain, 190.
-, Thomas, Lord Ellesmere, Lord High Chancellor, letters from, 24, 185, 193, 203, 210.
-, -, letter to, 367.
-, -, and Henry Cust, 195, 205.
-, - as Commissioner for compounding for land, 368.
-, -, references to, 42, 116, 190, 223, 377, 400, 409, 410, 421.

Elbing, [Prussia], letter dated from, 181.

Eldred, John, shipowner, of London, 77, 179, 383.

Eliott, Captain, 32.

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James I, 65, 405.

Elizabeth, Queen (the late Queen), 105, 254.
-, an invective against, 46.
-, a book dedicated to, 95.
-, conditions of colonization in reign of, 133.
-, grants by, 337.
-, her tomb, 409.
-, and Palavicino's debt, 429.

Elkes, Mr., 453.

Ellesmere, Lord. See Egerton.

Elmsthorp (Elmestorp), [Leics.], 5.

Elphinstone (Elphingston):
-, Sir James, Lord Balmerino (Secretary of Scotland), 277.
-, John, 247.
-, (Elpheston), John, and St. Saviour's, Southwark, 267, 445.

Eltham, [Kent], letter dated at, 168.

Ely, Bishop of. See Heton.

Elys, —, 426.

Emden (Empden, Embden), 128, 232.
-, Prince of, 180.

Emerson, —, 164.

Emperor, the. See Rudolf II.

Empire, the, Council of (Imperial Council), 33.
-, Army of (Imperial army), 33.
-, Diet of, 366.

Enfield (Enfyld), [Middx.], 407.
-, letters dated at, 19, 23, 113, 244, 275.
-, Chace, Whitewebs, [Dr. Hewick's house] 60, 85, 101, 110, 455.

Engelstedt (Inglestate, Engelstadt), Ludolph, a Dutchman, memos to and from, relating to stay of a ship of Denmark, 245.

Ensor, Christopher, 172.

Eresfield. See Ersfeild.

Erith [Kent], 97, 109.

Erne, Mr., counsel, 221.

Ersfeild (Eresfield), Captain Anthony, Lieutenant of Portsmouth:
-, letters from, 104, 111, 115, 145, 155, 158(2), 176, 398.
-, letter to, 160.

Erskine:
-, John, 18th Earl of Mar, 408.
-, -, illness of, 272, 274.
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Erskine of Dirletoun, afterwards Viscount Fenton, letters from, 97, 125, 157, 399.
-, -, letter to, 44.
-, -, visits sick Earl of Mar, 272, 274.
-, -, references to, 128, 251, 252, 372.

Esk, river (and Eskdale), the Grahams of, 78–81, 225, 286, 295, 370, 402.
-, new towns and bridges to be built at, 370.

Essex, 53, 95, 109, 433.
-, traitors and papists in, 48, 49.
-, sheriff of, 338, 339.

Essex, Earl of. See Devereux.

Estates. See United Provinces.

Eston, —, 428.

Ethrington, —, 130.

Eure (Ivers), Ralph, Lord Eure, 142.
-, letters from, 343, 346.

Evelyn, Jo., a Clerk of the Chancery, letter from, 44.

Evenchiere. See Devonshire.

Everard, John, 428.

Ewesdale (Scotland), 79.

Excellency, his. See Nassau, Count Maurice.

Excester. See Exeter.

Exchequer, Court of. 219, 326, 380, 414.
-, an Order of, 53.
-, and prize money, 287.
-, lease of lands in survey of, 313.
-, a case concerning impositions, 395–397.
-, bill of Fens in, 456.
-, Lord Chief Baron of. See Fleming.
-, Chancellor of. See Home.
-, See also Chester.

Exeter (Exon, Excester), 134, 449.
-, letters dated at, 29, 181.
-, Mayor and Aldermen of, letter from, 181.

Exeter, Bishop of. See Cotton.

Exeter, Earl of. See Cecil, Thomas.

Exon. See Exeter.



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