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Sackville, Anne (née Spencer), wife of Robert, S—, Lord Buckhurst, her accusations against her husband and her character, 341.
-, foolish rhymes by, 341–342.
-, her endeavours to petition the king and queen mentioned, 361–362.
-, "the lusty lady," 364.

Sackville, Robert, Lord Buckhurst, son of Earl of Dorset, letter from, 341.
-, quarrel with his wife, 341, 364.

Sackville, Thomas, Lord Buckhurst, Earl of Dorset, Lord Treasurer [1599–April, 1608], 15, 19, 27, 40, 85, 89, 149, 167, 224, 227, 254, 259, 276, 290, 297, 303, 311, 334–335, 363, 374, 424, 426, 435, 435n, 453, 453n, 469, 489, 499, 503, 505, 506, 514.
-, letters etc., to, 24, 100, 253, 296, 298, 380, 479.
-, -, mentioned, 279, 343.
-, letters from, 86, 99, 140, 150, 223, 233, 248, 294, 301, 341, 347, 377, 425.
-, -, mentioned, 86, 224, 246, 296.
-, release and discharge for Crown Jewels, 132.
-, his health, 87, 140, 150, 294, 301.
-, signs letter from Privy Council, 272.
-, request for payment for transportation of soldiers from Chester to Dublin, 343.
-, questions concerning woods of Chopwell Manor, Durham, 416.
-, note by, 254, 296.
-, signs warrant granting unrecorded fines of alienations to Sir Thos. Sherley, 472.
-, For references to the Lord Treasurer on pp. 128, 259, 283, 347 in correspondence with Edmondes, see Cecil, Robert.

Sadler, Mr., 255.

Sagnes, James, Irishman, 312.

Sagnes, William, Irishman, 312.

Sainsbury (Samsburie), Thomas, 514.

St. Albans [Herts], 125, 324.

St. Andrew's cross, [Scottish flag], 72.

"St. Antoine" (St. Anthony) (ship), 56.

St. Cristesse's Church, 386. See London.

St. Domingo. See Santo Domingo.

St. George's cross [English flag], 72.

St. George's day mentioned, 137.

St. Jago. See Santiago de Compostella [Spain].

St. James, order of. See Santiago.

St. Jean de Luz [France], 16, 17.
-, bailli of, 16, 17. See also Gerant de Sanson la Groo.

St. John, Lord [Oliver], of Bletso [? 1542–1518], letter from, 194, 200.
-, letter to, 191.
-, servants of mentioned, 191.

St. John, Sir Oliver, 490.
-, appointed M.P. for Portsmouth, 7.

St. John, Mr. Thomas, 26.

St. John, Sir William, 234.

St. John de Luya. See St. Juan de Lua.

St. Johns, Capt., 170. [= Sir William St. John above?]

St. John's [? London, which see] (home of Sir Richard Weston), 61.

St. Juan de Lua (St. John de Luya) [Spain], 244.

St. Lawrence, Sir Christopher, Lord Howth, letter from, 63, 115.
-, money paid to, 309.
-, money owed by, 500–1
-, referred to as Lord Howth (Lord of Hooth, Baron of Hoath), a prisoner, 316, 377, 379.

St. Leger, —, 313.

St. Leger, Sir Anthony, 243.

St. Leger, Sir Thomas, 243.

St. Leonards, Shoreditch, 310.

St. Lucar. See Sanlucar [Spain].

St. Lucas. See Sanlucar [Spain].

St. Lucquer. See Sanlucar [Spain].

St. Mary College. See Winchester, College of.

St. Mary Port. See Puerto de Santa Maria.

St. Mawes [Cornwall], Castle of, captain of, 270.

St. Michael and the Holy Spirit, Knights of the Order[s] of, 332.

St. Michaels, St. Michels Island. See San Miguel.

St. Michael's Mount [co. Cornwall], books and records concerning, 282.
-, copy of grant of King Edward of, 282.
-, letter dated from, 282.

St. Ouen (Owen), Seigneur of. See Carteret, Philip.

St. Paul, 52.

St. Pauls. See London and Westminster, places in and near.

St. Poll, Sir George, Deputy Lieutenant and Captain in Lindsay, letter from, 152.

St. Rocks. See San Roque.

St. Sebastians. See San Sebastian [Spain].

Saint Sauveur, Monsieur [? Commissioner to Jersey and Guernsey]:
-, letter from, 162.
-, -, mentioned, 224.

St. Sprit [?], 17.

Saint Talbones. See St. Albans [Herts].

St. Thomas, St. Tooleys. See London, St. Thomas's, St. Tooleys.

Saldanha (Saldauya), Antonio de, Portuguese captive in Barbary, 494–5.

Sale, John, former Portreeve of Cashel, 414.

Salisberie. See Salisbury.

Salisbury (Salsbury, Salisberie) [co. Wilts], 58, 209, 220, 300, 362, 448.
-, letter dated from, 289, 301.
-, -, mentioned, 362.
-, Court at, 235, 434.
-, -, letter dated from, 235.

Salisbury, Bishop of. See Cotton, Henry, Bishop of Salisbury; Jewel, John, Bishop of Salisbury.

Salisbury, Dean of. See Gordon, John, Dean of Salisbury.

Salisbury, Earl of. See Cecil, Robert, 1st Earl of Salisbury.

Salisbury House. See London and Westminster, places in and near.

Salisbury Shore (Sallisbury Shore) [Virginia], 418.

Salisbury, Sir John, 267.

Sallisbury Shore. See Salisbury Shore [Virginia].

Salmon, 39.
-, salted, 473.

Salmon fishing, 146.

Salop. See Shropshire.

Salsbury. See Salisbury.

Salt cod, 10.

Salter, Mr., 256.

Saltpetre makers. See Trades and professions.

Saltpetre, merchants. See Trades and professions.

Salvin, Mr. Thomas, 4.

Sampford[e], Mr. John, 311; petition of, 499.

Samsburie. See Sainsbury.

Sanderson (Saunderson), Thomas, 100, 106, 126.

Sandes, Myles, 183.

Sandiland, Sir James, his suit, 285.

Sandoval, Francisco de Rojas de, Duke of Lerma, 271, 322.
-, letter to, 312.

Sandys, Lord William [ob. 1623], attends on king, 207.

Sanky, —, 308.

Sanlucar (San Lucar, St. Lucquer, St. Lucas, St. Lucar) [Spain], 9, 71–72, 109, 122, 146, 244, 272, 311–312.

San Lucar. See Sanlucar [Spain].

San Miguel (St. Michaels Island) [Azores], 510.

San Roque (St. Rocks) [Lisbon, Portugal], Gurgeny removed to the college of the Jesuits at, 268, 272, 303, 324.

Sansac, Monsieur de, 17.

San Sebastian [Spain], 15, 17, 322.
-, letters from, 308.

Santa Agata, Marques de, 25.

Sante Lewecers. See Sanlucar [Spain].

Santiago (de Compostella) [Spain], order of, 73, 173, 196, 226.

Santo Domingo (St. Domingo) [West Indies], 26, 244.

Saperton. See Sapperton [Gloucs.].

Sapperton (Saperton) [Gloucs.], letter dated from, 136.

Sardinia, 10.

Sargans (Sarjans) [Switzerland], 117 –119.
-, Castle of, 117.

Sarpi, Fra Paolo, 196; "Father Paulo," 114(3).

Sarsaparilla (Sanceparelia) in Virginia, 354.

Saumur (Saumures) [France], 244.

Saunderson, Thomas. See Sanderson, Thomas.

Sautin, Guillaume, 122.

Savage, John, High Sheriff of Cheshire, signs letter to Privy Council, 317.

Savage, John, Mayor of Chester, letter from, 324, 343, 377.

Savage, Sir John, 415.
-, letter from, 7.

Savage, Robert (merchant), letter from, 98, 175.
-, merchant of London trading to Spain and Portugal, 443.

Savel, Baron. See Savile, Sir John.

Savell, Sir. Jo. See Savile, Sir John.

Savile, Sir George, the elder, letter from, 396.

Savile, Sir George, the younger, letter from, 396.

Savile, Sir Henry, letter from, 396.

Savile (Savell), Sir John, Baron of the Exchequer (1545–1607), 37, 43, 86, 290, 391.

Savill, Mr. Baron. See Savile, Sir John.

Savoy, Duchy of, 64.
-, plans with Spain to seize Grenoble, 262.

Savoy, Ambassador of, to France.
-, See Gattinara, Comte de.

Savoy, Ambassador of, to Spain, corresponds with and visits English Ambassador to Spain, 308.

Savoy, Duke of, his Altesse of. See Charles, Emmanuel, the Great [1580–1630].

Saxey, Mr. Auditor, 135.

Saxy (Laxey), Capt., 212, 312.

Say, Edward, mention of his Letters Patent for a Fellowship in All Souls', Oxford, 292.

Say and Sele, Lord. See Fiennes, Richard, Lord Saye and Sele.

Saye and Sele, Lord. See Fiennes, Richard.

Sayer, Edward, Esq., 456.

Scarpatetto (Scarpaletto), Gulielmo, 116, 118.

Schawenstein, Vicario à, 117.

Schenken Schanz (Schencks Sconce) [on the Rhine, Netherlands], 54.

Schin, Monsieur (a Scots gentleman), 82.

Sciarnero. See Tscharner.

Scotchman, Scotsmen. See Scots.

Scotland, 27, 51, 73, 76, 85, 107, 127, 130, 137, 174, 218, 263, 269(2), 295, 300, 337, 350, 427, 431, 452, 487.
-, trade with France, 107.
-, silver mines in, 85, 103, 213, 235–236.
-, ministers banished from, preaching in Low Countries, 247.
-, union with England, 108, 140, 173, 213, 216, 275, 355, 363, 369, 426, 440–441. See also "Post Nati."
-, the pressing of men from the Scottish side of the border, for Ireland, suggested, 390.

Scotland, Chancellor of. See Seaton, Alexander.

Scotland, Commissioners employed about the mine in, 461.

Scotland, Commissioner for [Border Causes]. See Chirnside, Sir Patrick.

Scotland, Commissioners for Border Causes i.e. for the Middle Shires, 12, 65, 95, 431.
-, Edward Gray mentioned as one, 3.
-, Sir Robert Delavale mentioned as one, 5.
-, letters from various Commissioners, 6, 29, 77, 95, 100– 101, 176, 218, 255, 300, 318.
-, extracts from letters to and from, 105–107, 268–269.
-, letters to, 126, 128, 208.
-, Earls of Cumberland and Dunbar [erroneously] describe themselves and are described as, 300, 307.
-, See also Middle Shires; Borders; Scottish Borders; Outlaws; Home, George; Clifford, Francis; Pennington, Joseph; Lawson, Wilfrid; Robinson, Henry; Scottish thieves.

Scotland, Council of, 319, 415.
-, letters from, 39(2), 240.

Scotland, Estates of. See Scottish Parliament.

Scotland, Laws of, 275, 355, 363, 369, 441.

Scotland, Lord Advocate for. See Hamilton, Sir Thomas.

Scotland, Lord Chancellor of. See Seaton, Alexander.

Scotland, [Lord] President of [Court of Session of]. See Elphinstone, James.

Scotland, Secretary of. See Elphinstone, James.

Scotland, [Court of] Session of, 319.

Scotland, Treasurer of. See Home, George, Earl of Dunbar.

Scots (Scotchman, Scottishmen, Scotsmen), 59, 72, 108, 184, 458.
-, taken prisoner in Poland, 190.

Scott, Sir John, letter from, 12.

Scottish Borders, 106, 145, 254. See also Borders; Middle Shires.

Scottish Companies (of soldiers), in the Low Countries, 247.

Scottish Gentlemen, 40, 82, 363, 472.

Scottish merchants, 39, 72, 107, 108, 129, 188, 224, 240, 263, 399, 498.
-, ship of, laden with wines, seized in France, 469.

Scottish ministers [preachers], 247.

Scottish Parliament, 240; considers the union with England, 213, 216, 363.
-, oath passed by acknowledging the King's supreme authority civil and ecclesiastical, 158.

Scottish ship, seized in France, 469.

Scottish thieves, 12, 300, 428. [See also Bordermen; Outlaws.]

Screven. See Scriven, Mr. (solicitor).

Scriven (Screven), Mr. (solicitor), 67, 383.

Scrope, Thomas, 10th Baron Scrope of Bolton, formerly Lord Warden of the West Marches, 96.
-, letter from, 259, 469.
-, his father, 259.
-, his uncle, 259.

Scudamore, John, king's receiver at York, 86, ? 210.

Scuderie. See Scutari [Turkey].

Scurial. See Escorial.

Scutari (Scuderie) [Turkey], 376.

Seals, 205, 207. See also Signet, Privy Seal, Great Seal.

Searcher. See Trades and professions.

Seaton, Alexander, Earl of Dunfermline [1555–1622], Lord Chancellor of Scotland [1605– 1622], 107, 215(2), 238.
-, letter from, 158, 319.
-, signs letter, 39.
-, letter to, 461–462.
-, letter to mentioned, 215.

Secretary of State, Spanish. See Prada, Andres de.

Sedan [France], 333.

Seditious books, 336. See Books.

Selby, Mr., of Bittleston, 5.

Selby, Sir George, 4, 5.
-, proposed as Sheriff for Northumberland, 320.

Selby, Sir John, 5.
-, his sister, wife of Mr. Strother of Newton, 5.

Selby, Sir Raph[e], 5, 431.

Selby, Sir Wm., the elder, keeper of Tynemouth Castle, 5.
-, letter from, 44, 64, 95, 390.

Selby, Sir Wm., the younger, 5.

Seminary priests. See Priests.

Senale [Italy], 117.

Senega, River. See Senegal, River.

Senegal, River, 99.

Sentleger, Sir Anthony. See St. Leger, Sir Anthony.

Sentleger, Sir Thomas. See St. Leger, Sir Thomas.

Sepnam, letter dated from, 257.

Serbelloni (Sorbelloni), Count Fabrizio, letter from, 178, 256, 396.

Sergeant of the Cellar. See Boy, Sergeant.

Serle, Alexander, letter from, 139.

Servant, John, letter from, 470.
-, his mare distrained by Sir Stephen Proctor, 470.

Servant, Marmaduke, letter from, 313.

Servin, M. Louis, Advocate of King of France, 384.

Sesilia. See Sicily.

Seton. See Seaton.

Sevell [Spain]. See Seville.

Severn, River, 50.

Seville (Sevell, Sivel) [Spain], 10, 16, 37, 47.
-, letter dated from, 27, 109, 217, 228, 244, 273, 312.
-, English College in, 217.
-, Contractation House at, 155, 312; President of, 155, 160.

Sewers, Commission of, 50, 229, 231.
-, for River Lea, 222, 229.

Sewers, Commissioners of, 222, 231.

Sewers, Statute of, 231.

Seymour, Edward, 2nd Earl of Hertford [b. 1539, d. 1621], 290, 293, 389, 417, 417n.
-, letter from, 508–9; his father, Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset, 509; his son, Edward Seymour, styled Lord Beauchamp (1561– 1612), 508; his [first] wife.
-, See Grey, Lady Katherine.

Sezar, Pedro. See d'Eça.

Sforza, Duke, 332.

Shafton, John, 156.

Sharpe, —, minute of ?, 489.

Sharshawe, Nicholas, 485.

Shawe, William, petition of, 517.

Sheaffeld Lodge. See Sheffield Lodge.

Sheep, stolen from inhabitants of Portland Island, 151.

Sheffeild, Sheffelde. See Sheffield.

Sheffield, Lady Douglas, 470n.
-, letter from, 470.
-, mother of Edmund, Baron Sheffield, 470, 470n.
-, - Sir Robert Dudley, 470n.
-, wife of Sir Edward Stafford, 470, 470n.
-, case against her mentioned, 489.

Sheffield (Sheffeild), Edmund, Baron Sheffield [1564–1640], 278, 463, 470, 470n.
-, letter from, 234, 266, 274.
-, Lord President of the Council of the North, 30, 241, 471, 471n.
-, his lands during his minority, 470.
-, his answers to objections concerning Sheriff Hutton Park and Castle, 471.

Sheffield Lodge [co. Yorks] (alias Sheffeld, Sheaffeld), letter dated from, 248, 255, 331, 338, 348, 395.

Sheldisley. See Shelsley [co. Worcs.].

Sheldon, —, 486.

Shelsley (Sheldisley, Shelsleye) [co. Worcester], letter dated from, 64, 149, 297.

Sherborne (Shirborne) [co. Dorset], 58.

Sherewood. See Sherwood.

Sheriff Hutton [Yorks]:
-, Castle and Park, 471.
-, -, stewards and constables of, 471.
-, -, palliciatur and keeper of the Park, 471.
-, -, herbage and pannage of, 471.
-, official residence of the Presidents of the Council of the North, 471n.

Sheriffs: house of at Holborn, 194.
-, of Worcestershire, 149.
-, of Kent (under-sheriff), 257.
-, of Warwickshire, 149, 175, 498.
-, of Cheshire, 317.
-, of Westmorland, 142.
-, of Northumberland, 320.
-, of Cumberland, 320.
-, of Anglesea, 91.
-, of Durham (under-sheriff), 416.
-, of Yorkshire, 65, 259; undersheriff, 391.

Sherley. See Shirley.

Sherly, Sir Thomas. See Shirley, Sir Thomas.

Sherlye, Sir Anthony. See Shirley, Sir Anthony.

Sherwood, Forest of, right of disposing of the four walks in, 64.

Sherwood (Sherewood), John, case of, 159, 213.

Shewall, Robert, priest, 163.

Sheyllen, Andrew, 9.

Shipley, John, King's Embroiderer, 519–20.

Ships. See under name if given. See also English ships, English merchants, Scottish merchants, French ships, Dutch ships, Spanish ships, Armada, "Nova Spania" fleet, "Terra firma" fleet, galleys, galleons, carvels, pinnaces, pirates, etc., etc.
-, letter from Ld. Admiral re those sold to foreigners, etc., 30.
-, letter to Ld. Admiral re those sold to foreigners, etc., 46, 47, 60, 64.
-, hire of, by Turkey Company, 266.
-, decay of threatened if trade with Turkey ceases, 287.
-, concerning pleas for restitution of a seized ship, 337.
-, trading to Turkey and Venice mentioned, 340.
-, the light for ships kept in Tynemouth Castle, 390.

Shirborne. See Sherborne.

Shirley (Sherley), Sir Anthony ("Don Antonio"), 73, 109, 196, 225, 226, 234, 240, 241, 475(3).
-, member of Council of War and State in Italy, etc., 73, 173.
-, said to have joined the Order of Santiago, 73, 173, 196, 226.
-, letter to, 173.
-, letter to mentioned, 475.
-, letter from, 221(2).
-, -, mentioned, 245.
-, his father. See Sir Thomas Shirley, the elder.
-, his brother's wrongs, 221. See Sir Thomas Shirley, the younger.
-, his pension, 226.
-, kept waiting at gates of Florence, 240.
-, journeys of, 234, 240, 241, 247.
-, his business with Venice mentioned, 245.
-, promises to serve the King of Spain with 12 ships in the Levant, 340–341.
-, steward of his house in Naples.
-, See Ricci, Odnino.

Shirley (Sherley), Sir Robert, letter from (from Persia), 109.

Shirley (Sherley), Sir Thomas, the elder, 174, "Sir Thomas Berlie, the old knight," 212.
-, letter from, 220, 281, 389.
-, letter to, 109, 221.
-, his wife mentioned, 110, 212, 281.
-, his sons. See Sir Thomas Shirley, the younger; Sir Anthony Shirley; Sir Robert Shirley.
-, grandfather of Thomas Brocas, 336.
-, an earlier suit by him to the king mentioned, 297.
-, begs Salisbury's help in his grant of alienations, 389.
-, papers concerned with alienations, 471–472.
-, petitions for grant for 21 years of office of discovering alienations of the king's lands held "in capite," 472.
-, petitions for office of discovering all rents and pensions due to the Crown, 472.

Shirley (Sherley, Shurley), Sir Thomas, the younger, 472.
-, letter to, 184, 196, 221, 225, 234, 244.
-, letters for mentioned, 266.
-, letters from, 172–174, 243, 244, 252, 253, 280, 324, 394, 473, 474; letters from mentioned. 475.
-, bill from mentioned, 245.
-, prisoner in the Tower, 243, 244, 252(2), 280, 281–282, 324, 373.
-, his liberty restored, 394.
-, his brother mentioned, 475.
-, [See Shirley, Sir Anthony.]
-, his imprisonment in Turkey referred to, 212, 221.
-, his plot with the Venetians against English trade with Turkey, 287.

Shoreditch [co. Middx.], and St. Leonard's, 310.

Shrewsbury [Shropshire], 288.

Shrewsbury, Countess of. See Talbot, Mary.

Shrewsbury, Earl of. See Talbot, Gilbert (7th Earl).

Shropshire (Salop), 243, 304, 305, 456.
-, Deputy Lieutenants of, 289.
-, levy of soldiers in, 289.
-, John Talbot staying in, 379, ?

Shurdone, Richard, transplanted to Ireland, 102.

Shurley. See Shirley.

Sichmouth, William, 149.

Sicily (Cecilia, Cicilia, Sesilia), 10, 171, 241, 509, 514.
-, fleet of, 226.
-, inquisitors of, 10, 509.
-, viceroy of. See Feria.

Sicklemore, the "Arch Equivator," 378.

Sickness, 131, 135, 149, 182, 269, 288, 289, 294, 301, 303, 314, 320, 321, 412, 449. See also Ague; Plague; Stone; Gout.

Sidley (Sydley) Sir, Raph, 101, 268.

Sidney, Sir Henry, 444.

Sidney (Sydney), Sir Robert, Viscount Lisle [1563–1626], 127, 247, 296.
-, letter from, 133, 153, 166.

Sigismund III, King of Poland [1587–1632] [son of John III Kg. of Sweden]. 11, 129, 130, 185–190.
-, his ambassador to the Sultan.
-, See Danielewicz.
-, letter from, 387.
-, letter from the Sultan to, mentioned, 387.
-, his messenger to the Sultan, 387.
-, treaties with Sultan Ahmad and his predecessors, 387– 388.

Signet, the, 74, 165, 174, 203, 207, 292, 304, 428.
-, Clerk of the, 207. See also Munck, Levinus.

Silandro (Sylano) [Italy], 123.

Silesia, [Germany], 332.

Silk, clothes of, 266; a certain silk in Virginia, 354.

Silk dyeing, 450.

Silk dyers, 450.

Silks, farm of the, 277.

Sillery, Monsieur de. See Brulart, Nicholas.

Silver, 235–236, 455, 473. See also Treasure.

Silver mines, 85, 103, 213, 235.

Simpson, Mr. Giles, citizen of London, 443.

Sinclair (Sincleer), Sir Andrew, 489. his deputy in Hamburg, 204.

Sison, Manor of. See Siston, Manor of [Glouc.].

Siston (Sison), Manor of [Gloucestershire], 396, 433.
-, offered to Salisbury, 374.
-, house at, 433.
-, park at, 433.
-, coal mines at, 433.

Sivel. See Seville [Spain].

Skelden Cross [Yorks], 454.

Skepttowne. See Skipton [Yorks].

Skidmoor, Skidmore, Mr. See Scudamore, John.

Skinner, Sir John, 445.

Skinner [John], brother-in-law of Sir Griffin Markham, 80.

Skinners of London. See London, skinners.

Skipton (Skepttowne) [Yorks], 74, 427.
-, Castle, granted to Earl of Cumberland, 142.

Skory, Edmund, letter from, 202.

Slade, Mr., 7.

Slaney (Slany), Humfrey, merchant of London trading to Spain and Portugal, 443.

Slany. See Slaney.

Slaves, 228, 240, 241.
-, Turkish, 34, 35.

Sligo [Connaught, Ireland], 167.

Slingesby, Sir Henry, certificate from, 454.

Sluis, Sluys [Netherlands], 7.

Smith, Reynold, Renald, letter from, 182, 518.

Smith (Smyth), Sir Thomas, 171, 172, 342, 418.
-, clerk of the Council, 222, 372.
-, letter from, 219, 222.
-, grant of lands in Ulster to, 315.
-, his son and heirs mentioned, 315.

Smith, Sir William, illegal attempts to recover lands in Ulster, 315.

Smyth, Sir Thomas. See Smith, Sir Thomas.

Smyth, William, 319.

Smythe, George, Mayor of Exeter, letter from, 311.

Smythe, George, servant to John, Lord Lumley, his case concerning lands in Bishopric of Durham, 335.

Smyth[e], Sir John [of Essex], letter from, 76, 132, 145.
-, letter to, 467–468.

Smyth[e], Otwell, merchant of London, 500.

Smythe, William, father of George, servant to John, Lord Lumley, 335.

Snelling[e], Francis, letter from, 249.

Snigge (Snygge), Sir George, Baron of the Exchequer, letter from, 213, 230, 231.

Snygge, Sir George. See Snigge, Sir George.

Soame, Ald., bond from, 457.

"Soderina," the (ship), 392.

Soissons, Count of. See Bourbon, Charles de.

Soldiers, indented rolls of, mentioned, 289.
-, levy of, in Shropshire, 289.
-, transport of, to Ireland, 277, 278, 283, 298–299, 306, 324, 348, 363, 373–374, 390.
-, victualling of, in Ireland, 289.
-, See also under English, Irish, United Provinces, etc.

Soleman. See Suliman.

Soleure. See Solothurn.

Solicitor. See Trades and professions.

Solicitor [James I's, i.e. SolicitorGeneral]. See Bacon, Sir Francis.

Soloduro. See Solothurn.

Solomon, 355.

Solothurn (Soleure) [Switzerland], 119.

Somborne (Somborn) [Hants], letter dated from, 312–313, 376.

Some. See Soame.

Somerfield, John, mercer in Cheapside, 63; petition of, 500–1.

Somerford [co. Chester], letter dated from, 255.

Somerset, Edward, 4th Earl of Worcester [1553–1628], 22, 27, 190, 197, 229, 253, 453.
-, letter from, 247, 479.
-, letter to mentioned, 294.

Somerset, Justices of, letter from, 50.
-, floods in, mentioned, 50.
-, man of, 158; manors in, 516.
-, J.P. in. See Brooke, Charles.

Somersham (Sommersham) [Hunts], 334.

Somerton [co. Somerset], 50.

Sommersham. See Somersham.

Songs, from an Entertainment, 490–492.

Sonnwig (Sonuigo) [? Anton von], 117.

Sondt Mary, 225.

Soprani, —, in London, 334.

Sorbelloni. See Serbelloni.

Sorbonne [Paris], College of, 385.

Sotheby, Samuel, petition of, 518.

Sottoporta [? Grisons, Switzerland], 116.

Southampton [Hants], 475–477.
-, mayor and burgesses of, their case concerning foreign buying and selling, 475–477.
-, mariners of, 476.
-, four fairs a year at, 476.

Southampton, Earl of. See Wriothesley, Henry, 3rd Earl, [1573–1624].

South Cap[e], 216, 243, 244, 265.
-, See Cape St. Vincent.

Southcote, Mr. John [of Witham, Essex], 456.

South Lambeth. See Lambeth, South.

Southwark, the Clink, 137.

Southwell, George, 82.

Southwell, Mrs. [Elizabeth, d. of Sir Robert Southwell, of Woodrising, co. Norfolk, married to Sir Robert Dudley], 61, 239, 426.

Southwold [Suffolk], officers of, letter from, 46.

Soyssons, Count of. See Soissons, Count of.

Spahis, 333.

Spain [see also Aragon; Castile; Indies; East Indies; West Indies; Sicily; Naples; Milan; Flanders; Low Countries; Portugal; Philip III; Austria, Archdukes of], 7, 16, 27, 58, 69, 80, 89, 105, 112, 119, 146, 148, 157, 168, 177, 179, 198, 200, 221, 254–255, 267–268, 278–280, 302, 313, 315–316, 319, 330, 352, 354(2), 370, 418, 468, 473, 477, 481, 484, 514.
-, Council of, 39, 71, 164, 322, 399.
-, Court of, 9, 16, 26, 73, 109, 273, 304, 323, 340, 495.
-, possible treaty with France mentioned, 89.
-, possibility of France breaking treaty with Spain, 103.
-, agrees to Archdukes' proposals, 148.
-, treatment of English in, 9–10, 26, 47, 71–2, 155, 160, 168, 217, 227–8, 241–2, 304, 353– 4, 493.
-, interference in the Grisons, 180.
-, prisons in, 209, 228. See also Seville.
-, news from mentioned, 214.
-, letters from mentioned, 221, 265, 308.
-, Scottish merchant detained in, on way from Newfoundland, 240, ? 498.
-, plans with Savoy to seize Grenoble, 262.
-, negotiations with United Provinces, 7, 18, 50, 68–69, 89, 99, 175, 208, 215, 236–237, 269, 272–273, 280, 294, 304– 305, 315–316, 322, 328, 346, 351–353, 358–360, 376–377, 384. [See also Peace Negotiations].
-, peace with United Provinces expected, 346–347.
-, peace with United Provinces mentioned, 477, 483.
-, no pensioner is to be paid from money expected to be raised in Low Countries, 391.
-, fleet arrives from West Indies, 268.
-, no ships from, 298.
-, "India fleet" expected, 308.
-, expected to give pensions to Tyrone and his followers, 279.
-, order from, to prevent Tyrone going there, 342.
-, intercepting of Englishmen's letters from, 308.
-, son of neighbour of Lord Denny oppressed in, 422, 494–5.
-, names of merchants and citizens of London trading to, 443.
-, projected export of goods from Ireland to Spain by the Jews, 473.

Spain, Prince of, birth and christening of, 242, 256, 268, 308, 321.

Spain, King of. See Philip III, King of Spain.

Spain, Queen of. See Margarita of Austria.

Spain, coast of, 28, 42, 200.

Spain, English ambassador to. See Cornwallis, Sir Charles.

Spain, Exchequer of, 322.

Spain, expenses of a journey from, 519.

Spain, Jesuits College in, 201.

Spaniards, 7, 9, 13, 25, 26, 35–37, 39, 71, 99, 103, 111–113, 122, 140, 160, 169, 178–181, 217, 227–228, 305, 311, 323, 330, 376, 418, 510, 514.
-, try to prevent expedition to Virginia, 27, 72, 89, 109.
-, preparations by sea, 229.
-, their treatment of English traders in W. Indies, 242.
-, their oppression of English in Lisbon, 71, 304.

Spanish agent, requires arrest of the "Damoiselle," 122. See Cuniga.

Spanish ambassador, secretary to, 17.
-, to Archdukes. See Cardona, Felipe, Marquis of Guadalest.

Spanish ambassador to England.
-, See Cuniga, Don Pedro de.

Spanish ambassador to England [previous to Cuniga]. See Taxis.

Spanish ambassadors [to Venice].
-, See Cardenas, Inigo de; Castro, Francesco di.

Spanish armada. See Armada.

Spanish chronicles, 394.

Spanish Company. See English Merchants.

Spanish faction [in the Grisons], 118, 181.

Spanish fleet, 71, 221, 226, 265.
-, burnt by Dutch at Cadiz, 238.
-, from West Indies, 268.
-, [See also Spanish ships.]

Spanish friar, 26.

Spanish general, killed. See Alvarez.

Spanish Indies, 122. See Indies.

Spanish merchants, 168–9, 202, 397.

Spanish money, 132.

Spanish nation, 140. See Spaniards.

Spanish Netherlands. See Austria, Archdukes of; Flanders; Low Countries; Peace negotiations.

Spanish ports, 168.

Spanish prizes, 502.

Spanish Secretary of State. See Prada, Andreas de.

Spanish ships, [See also Spanish fleet; Armada; "Nova Spania fleet"; "Terra Firma fleet."], 35, 36, 37, 122, 148, 152, 178, 227, 229, 243, 515.

Spanish tortures, 155, 160.

Spanish towns [in the New World], 455.

Spanish Vice-Admiral, taken prisoner, 122.

Spar lead ore, 103, 235.

Spark[e], Thomas, of Chard, servant to Thomas Jennings, 267, 325.

Speare, Will, Scottish merchant, 108.

Speckerd, Mrs., 290.

Speke, G., 50.

Spelman, Sir Clement, of Narborough (Narboro) [co. Norfolk], deceased, particulars of the estate of, 256.

Spencer, Sir Richard, 370n; letter from, 218.
-, sworn of His Majesty's Privy Chamber, 218.
-, brother to Lady Buckhurst, 341.
-, his anger with her, 342.
-, for his activities as an English commissioner for the peace negotiations between Spain and the United Provinces.
-, See Commissioners [English].
-, See also Winwood, Sir Ralph.

Spense, Colonel, 189.

Spenser, Alderman, bond from, 457.

Spenser, Sir Richard. See Spencer.

Spies. See Travers, Jeffrey.

Spilesbie. See Spilsby [co. Lincs.].

Spiller (Spyller), Henry, 435.
-, letter from, 385.

Spilman, Sir John, letter from, 323.

Spilsby [co. Lincs.], 174.

Spinola, Ambrosio, Marquis de Benaffro, 7, 16, 17, 54, 79, 177, 221, 259, 313, 317, 327, 346, 376, 384.
-, his secretary. See Birago.
-, intends to invite Tyrone to dinner, 302, 313, 327.
-, excluded from peace negotiations of Spain and United Provinces, 384.

Spottiswood, John, Archbishop of Glasgow [1603–1615], 47, 130.

Spyller. See Spiller.

Spynie, Lord. See Lindsay, Alexander, 1st Baron Spynie [d. 1607].

Squier, William, 341.
-, letter from, 271.

Stables [royal], reformation of, 294.

Stade (Stoad) [Germany], 189, 251.
-, English merchants from, 2.
-, English merchants at, to enjoy privileges, 251.

Stafford gaol, 66.

Stafford, Sir Edward, 108, 470, 470n.
-, husband of Lady Douglas Sheffield, 470.

Stafford, Sir John, 119, 153.
-, letter from, 477.

Stafford, Lady Mary, letter from, 119.

Staffordshire, 66, 456.

Stafforton, Francis, priest, 24.

Stags. See under Deer.

Staines (Stanes) [Middx.], 192.

Stallenge, Mr., 47.

Stamford [co. Lincs.], 156.
-, letter dated from, 320.

Stamford (Stantford) Hill [Hackney, London], 436.

Sta[n]den, Anthony, 482.

Standley, Sir. Wm. See Stanley, Sir William.

Stanes. See Staines [Middx.].

Stanhope, Lord John, Baron Stanhope of Harrington [cr. 4 May, 1605], 138, 218, 489.
-, letter from, 191, 477.

Stanhope, Sir Michael, Vice-Admiral of Suffolk, 43.

Stanley, Alice, Countess of Derby [Dowager], widow of Ferdinando, 5th Earl of Derby, sister of Anne Sackville (née Spencer), Lady Buckhurst, 324, 341, 342.
-, letter from mentioned, 343.

Stanley, Elizabeth, Countess of Derby, wife of Wm., 6th Earl, letters from, 423–424.
-, letter from mentioned, 343.

Stanley, Ferdinando, 5th Earl of Derby; dispute between his daughters and 6th Earl, 143, 162, 251; his debts mentioned, 462.

Stanley, Jo, Deputy Auditor, in Aldersgate, 416.

Stanley, Sir John (Temp. Henry IV), 143.

Stanley, Margaret, mother of Wm., Earl of Derby, 399.

Stanley, Wm., 6th Earl of Derby [brother of 5th Earl] [b. 1561, d. 29 Sept., 1642], 6, 27, 33, 162, 165, 199, 225, 273, 277, 424, 454.
-, letter from, 143, 297.
-, letter to, 461.
-, his elder brother's daughter, 143.
-, disputed succession to lands in Isle of Man, 143, 162, 251.
-, his lodging in Westminster, 267.
-, law suit concerning lands leased by him in Cheshire, 399.
-, his auditor, 423.
-, grants office of Porter of Chester Castle to Thomas Westorne, 461.
-, his misunderstanding with Thos. Egerton, the Lord Chancellor, 462.
-, his court at Kirkby Malzeard [Yorks], 470.

Stanley (Standley), Sir William, 431.

Stantford Hill. See Stamford Hill [Hackney, London].

Stanwell [co. Middx.], 247.

Staperr, Richard. See Stapers, Richard.

Stapers, Mr, Hewell, 244, 245.

Stapers (Staperr, Staper), Richard, 210.
-, letter from, 119, 266, 287, 326.
-, merchant of London trading to Spain and Portugal, 443.

Star Chamber, 66, 227, 358.

Starch, unreasonable price of, 443.

Starchmakers, petition for a Corporation, 289.
-, objections to their petition, 289, 443.

Starky (Starkie), Mr., 173, 243, 475.

Starkie, —. See Starky, Mr.

Starley, John, 293.

"That State," 142. See Venice.

States, the. See United Provinces.

States General. See United Provinces.

Statutes, 455. See Acts of Parliament.

Steel, mention of a secret for converting iron into steel, 393, 394, 397.

Stepney [co. Middx.], letter dated from, 225.

Steward, Mr., 282.

Stewart (Steward), Sir Robert, brother of Earl of Orkney, in "the Counter," 193(2).

Stewart, Francis, Earl of Bothwell (Bodwell) [? 1563–? 1612], comes to Madrid, 308.

Stewart, John, the Master of Orkney, created 1607 Lord Kincleven, 193.

Stewart, Walter, Lord Blantyre, signs letter, 39.

Stewart. See also Stuart.

Stirling [Stirlingshire, Scotland], letter dated from, 337.

Stoad. See Stade [Germany].

Stockings, woollen, 438–439.

Stockton (Stoctun), Mr., his servant, 159.

Stoctun, Mr. See Stockton, Mr.

Stokes, Mathew, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, signs letter, 211(2), 386.

Stone [Staffs], 324.

Stone, the [disease], 226.

Stone, Sir William, letter from, 249.
-, bill of exchange in his name, 249.
-, his death mentioned, 249n.
-, citizen of London, 443.

Stone Walk [? Theobalds Park], works to be done about the, 490.

Stoner, Mr. John. See Stonor, John.

Stoning, —, 231.

Stonor, Lady Cecily, 197.

Stonor, Sir Francis, 197.

Stonor, John, 181.
-, letter from, 197.
-, quarrel with Sir Francis Stonor, 197.

Storie, Flory. See Story, Florrye.

Story, Florrye, 100, 106, 126.

Stowell, Sir John, 319.

Stowlugs, Jock. See Armstrong, John.

Stradbroke (Stradbrook) [co. Suffolk], 251.

Stradbrook [co. Suffolk]. See Stradbroke [co. Suffolk].

Strafgericht (or Tribunal), 116–118, 181.

Straightes, the. See Straits, the.

Straits, the [of Gibraltar]. See Gibraltar.

Stralendorf, [Leopold von], appointed Chancellor to the Emperor, 26.

Strangeways, —, an innkeeper at the Queen's Arms, above Holborn Bridge, 389.

Strangeways (Strangways), Mr., 173.

Stranguis. See Strangeways.

Strangways. See Strangeways.

Strasbourg [France], 332, 380.

Stratton [co. Hereford]. See Stretton [co. Hereford].

Straw, 144.

Stretton (Stratton) [co. Hereford], 346.

Strich, Jasper, letter from concerning wages, 62.

Strickland, Sir Thomas, 442.

Strickhuis Castle [? East Friesland], letter dated from, 232.

Strother, Mr., of Newton, 5.
-, his wife, sister to Sir John Selby, 5.

Stroud [Glouc.], letter dated from, 373.

Strype [John], "Life and Acts of Archbishop Whitgift," 400n.

Stuart, Esmé, Lord d'Aubigny, one of the Gentlemen of the Bedchamber, grant of lands in Ulster, 397–398.
-, his suit, 398, 463.

Stuart, J., 398.

Stuart, Ludovic, 2nd Duke of Lennox, Heritable Great Chamberlain of Scotland [1574–1623/4], "Monsr. de Lenos," 3.
-, "His majesty's uncle," 400.
-, grant of Grafton to mentioned, 420.

Stutgart. See Stuttgart.

Stuttgart (Stutgart) [Germany], letter dated from, 178.

Style, William, letter from, 478.

Styria, Ferdinand of. See Ferdinand, Archduke.

Stywarde, Ny., 409.

"Subpoenas," in chancery, 298.

Subsidy, 233, 272, 285, 425, 457, 486.

Suffolk, customs officers of, 43.
-, property in, 163.
-, persons from, eligible for Mastership of Caius College, Cambridge, 407.

Suffolk, Duchess of, Frances. See Brandon, Frances.

Suffolk, Earl of. See Howard Thomas, Earl of Suffolk.

Sugar, 12, 57, 90, 122, 152, 169, 267, 397, 399, 510–12, 514– 15.

Sugar, Chr., 29.

Sulaiman, Suliman [the Magnificent], Sultan of Turkey [1520 1566], 387.

Suliman (Soleman), late Pasha (Bashawe) of Algiers, 34.

Sully, Duc de. See Béthune, Maximilien de.

Sultan. See Ahmad, Sultan.

"Sultana," the (ship), 288.

Summerford [co. Chester]. See Somerford [co. Chester].

Supersedeas, stay of grant of requested, 452.

Surveyor, of His Majesty's works.
-, See Basill, Mr. Simon.

Surveyor, Mr., 74–75.

Sussex, 446.

Sussex, Countess of. See Radcliffe, Bridget (1st wife of Robert) [d. 1623].

Sutton, Thomas, letter from, 480.

Suyd Lambeth. See Lambeth, South.

Suydt Lambet. See Lambeth, South.

Swaily (Swinley) [Glouc.], Manor of, 357.

Swan, Tho., Mayor of Kingston upon Hull, 331, signs letter, 65.

Sweden, 130, 189.
-, merchants in, 189.

Sweden, Duke of and King of. See Charles IX.

Swedes, 130, 186, 188, 189, 380.

Swedish ships, 130.

Sweet, John, the traitor, 123, 161.

Swinburne, Mr., married to d. of Sir Cuthbert Collingwood, 4.

Swinburne, Mr., of Capleton, 4.
-, his wife [née Lawson], 4.

Swinburne, the other, his dau.
-, married to — Swinburne, son of Mr. Swinburne of Capleton, 5.

Swinley. See Swaily [Glouc.].

Swiss, 25, 115–116, 129, 180.
-, King of France wishes to ally them with himself and Dutch, 250. [See also Grisons.]

Swiss ambassadors, from Zurich, 116.
-, from Berne, 116.

Swiss Lords, 118.

Swiss mountains, 123. See also Alps.

Switzerland (Helvetia), 181. See also Grisons.

Swyzzers. See Swiss.

Sydley, Sir Raphe. See Sidley, Sir Raphe.

Sydney, —, his knighthood, 490.

Sydney, Sir R. See Sidney, Sir Robert.

Sydney, Sir Robert. See Sidney, Sir Robert.

Sylano, mountains of. See Silandro.

Sympson, Nicholas, Controller, of Poole, 29.

Synagogues, 473, 474.



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