Addenda and Corrigenda

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M. S. Giuseppi and D. McN. Lockie (editors)

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1965

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'Addenda and Corrigenda', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 19: 1607 (1965), pp. XXV-XXVI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112357 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Addenda and Corrigenda

Introduction

Page vi, line 11. For 314 read 343.

" vii, line 10. For (p6) read (p2).

" xx, line 10 from bottom. For nephew read great nephew.

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Page 2. The second document belongs to 1605–6. See correction for pages 15–17 below.

Pages 15–17. This letter must have been written in 1605–6 when Spinola was absent from the Netherlands. Hawkesworth, referred to as alive (page 16), died before 6 November 1606–see H.M.C. Downshire MSS. ii page 17. The last paragraph on page 16 evidently supplies the date to the document printed on page 2 mentioned above.

Page 16, line 14. For recando read recaudo.

" 20, line 11. For (P257) read (P259).

" 20, line 26. For [1606 Jan 23] read [1606–7 Jan 23].

" 25, line 15. For Gonsalomero read Gonfaloniero.

" 36, line 23 from bottom. For inland read island.

" 66, top line. The petition of Feb 4 1605–6 does not appear in Part XVIII of this Calendar, and the petition here calendared may therefore be summarised as follows:—The King having promised their neighbours [of Kingston-on-Hull] some relief in regard to their losses at the hands of Denmark in May 1599, the Mayor and his six co-signatories beg on their behalf that their suit may be ended.

" 66, line 23 from bottom. For the Emperor read the Sultan.

" 66, line 16 from bottom. For Chians read Chiaus.

" 71, line 21 from bottom. For instigation read mitigation.

Pages 76–7. The letter from Sir Carew Reynell may have been written in 1608.

Page 83. Lady Wingfield's letter was written in 1608—see her letter on page 296.

" 84, line 20. For Marines read Mariners.

line 21. Insert query before date.

" 97, line 4 from bottom. For The Earl of Roxburgh read Lord Roxburghe.

" 101, line 12 from bottom. For 1601 read 1607.

" 104, line 1 from bottom. For though read through.

Pages 107–8. An undated draft of this letter among the manuscripts at Hatfield House (124, 127), makes it clear that the draft here printed should be headed The Privy Council to the Council of Scotland.

" 109–10. Robert Sherley's letter must have been written in 1599.

Page 111, line 24. Insert King after Catholic.

" 113, line 2. For suffice read suffer.

" 126. The letter from the Sultan to Henry IV may have been written in 1606.

" 133, line 2. For Cordeliers' read Cordelier's.

" 133, line 16 from bottom. For Los read Low.

Pages 142–3. Salisbury's letter cannot have been written in May 1607 when the King had left Royston, and may belong to 1607–8. The Prince is presumably Claude de Lorraine prince of Joinville, and the Ambassador with whom Salisbury conferred is probably the Venetian Ambassador in England, "your Ambassador resident there" being Sir Henry Wotton.

Page 143, line 11. The D. N. B. states that Merrick came to England from Russia late in 1606.

" 152, line 16. For droiets read droicts.

" 156, line 3 from bottom. For Dr read Don.

" 161, line 14. For affiction read affliction.

Pages 163–4. The reference to the reception of "the rebellious and fugitive Earls" (Tyrone and Tyrconnell) at Rome means that this letter belongs to 1608.

Page 166. Lisle's letter was undoubtedly written in 1607—see H.M.C. De L' Isle and Dudley MSS. iii pages 378–9.

" For The Gr[and] Turk read The Fr[iar].

" 172, line 22 from bottom. For Lord Arundel read Lord Arundell of Wardour.

" 173, line 13 from bottom. For better read batter—c.f. page 474 footnote.

" 189, line 7. For gentlemen read gentleman.

" 193, line 20. For bearing read hearing.

" 199, line 18 from bottom. For heating read hearing.

" 238. The first of two petitions here printed must have been written towards the end of 1607.

Pages 241–2. Resoulde's letter may have been dated according to the new style—c.f. pages 339–41 below.

Page 243, bottom line. For "come" read "some".

" 247 footnote. For "18" read "28".

Pages 268–9. Despite the endorsement, this document appears to belong to 1606—see Part XVIII of this Calendar pages 284, 293, 301, 315.

" 273, line 4. Delete [Challoner].

" 291, line 18. Insert your before labours.

" 293, line 18 from bottom. For told read hold.

" 313, line 22. Insert full stop and dash after Benedictines.

" 319, bottom line. For 6335—read 633–5.

" 333, line 28. For previleges read privileges.

" 337, line 21. For pages 479–80 read pages 478–9.

" 341, line 5. For "trial" read Trial [ship].

" 342, line 11. Insert full stop and dash after Louvain.

" 354, line 8 from bottom. Insert full stop and dash after Milan.

" 383, line 8. For required read repaired.

" 397, line 2. For deoiing read dealing.

After "stelle" insert [steel].

" 410, line 22. Delete [N.B.].

" 446, line 2. For thank read thanks.

" 450, footnote. The petition mentioned is calendared on pages 492–3.

" 469, footnote. Add thereto:—"A fair copy of the final part of this letter in Salisbury's hand is in vol: 197 (No. 61).

" 520, line 7 from bottom. For refused read referred.

" 535, Insert Brooke [George] conspirator 119.

" 550. After Crown revenues add [See also James I his revennes and debts].

" 550. At entry headed Customs add 129–30.

" 555. At entry headed East Friesland, Enno, Count of add letter from 232.

" 564. At entry headed Gaols add Stafford gaol 66

Chester gaol 461.

In addition to those specified in the text of this calendar, copies or originals of the following documents summarised in these pages are to be found in the Public Record Office:—

Pages 9–10 in S.P. Spain 13.

" 34–5 in S.P. Barbary States 1.

Page 212, line 13. The "remembrance" is in S.P. Turkey 5.

" 251. The document concerning English merchants at Stade is to be found also in S.P. Germany (Empire) 2.

The correspondence to and from Sir Thomas Edmondes calendared on pages 140, 146, 156, 161, 177, 208, 221, 240, 244, 255, 259, 273, 279–80, 291, is to be found in its complete form in S.P. Flanders 8 (see Introduction page XVII). It is clear from the latter that the references to the Lord Treasurer on pages 128, 259, 283, 347 are to the Earl of Salisbury (who succeeded to the office on the death of the Earl of Dorset in April 1608), and they have been indexed accordingly. The letters printed on pages 279–80, 291 and 301–3 appear also in Cal S.P. Ireland 1606–08 pages 625–31 whose editor made use of the correspondence in S.P. Flanders mentioned above.