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1968

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'Index: E', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 20: 1608 (1968), pp. 348-352. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112424 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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East Beare. See Bere

East India Company (Dutch)
-, 3

East Indies
-, Dutch and Spanish views on trade with, 3
-, Spanish ships leave for, 45, 61
-, peace talks threatened by question of trade with, 57, 91, 141
-, profits of Dutch enterprises in, 58
-, Portuguese ships leave for, 61, 69, 131, 171
-, Spain hostile to foreign contacts with, 68, 69
-, news of Portuguese setbacks in, 69, 132
-, English merchants trading with, 76
-, Conde de Fearas goes as Governor to, 80
-, States General insist on keeping places occupied by Dutch in, 83, 91, 103
-, Spain offers free traffic to Dutch in exchange for renunciation of trade with, 91
-, peace clause reported to have been passed touching Dutch trade with, 103
-, 112, 154
-, English colonisation of Virginia affects Spanish policy over, 112
-, children sent as soldiers to, 132
-, Persian Ambassador promises aid to Portuguese in, 132
-, two Dutch views on trade with, 187

East Indies, Viceroy of. See Fearas, Conde de

Easton, Captain. See Eston, Peter

Eckersdorf, Hannewald von, Imperial councillor and diplomatist
-, returns from his embassy to Saxony, 158

Edinburgh, Scotland
-, letters dated from, 5, 152, 227 141, 227, 268

Edmondes, Ralph (Raphe), tenant or farmer of a shop at the Royal Exchange
-, signs petition against Earl of Salisbury's proposed "Bourse" at Durham House, 202

Edmondes, Sir Thomas, English Ambassador at Brussels
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 5, 19, 32(2), 43, 75, 80, 102, 110, 111, 118, 141(2); 152, 162, 168, 173, 179(2), 184
-, requests Duke of Lorraine to hinder Earl of Tyrone's passage to Italy, 19
-, 25, 101, 135, 152, 160, 168, 175, 206, 212, 219, 223, 240
-, his opinion of Spanish Ambassador, 32
-, his audiences with Archduke Albert, 32, 152
-, engages spies to watch Earl of Tyrone and his company, 67
-, doubts success of peace negotiations, 102, 141
-, recommends De Vic to Earl of Salisbury, 110
-, an enemy to Sir Richard Basset, 129
-, sends gift of Spanish articles to Earl of Salisbury, 141
-, sends similar gifts to Earl of Northampton, 142
-, answers objections of Archduke Albert to proposed league of England, France and Dutch, 153
-, congratulates Earl of Salisbury on becoming Lord Treasurer, 163
-, reports prolongation of truce, 168
-, seeks employment at home, 179
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 191, 199, 203, 216, 222, 232, 234, 236, 242, 245, 251, 258, 260(2), 266, 267, 268, 270, 273, 277, 284
-, to show copy of Anglo-Dutch league to Archdukes, 212
-, recommends the Count of Fontenie, 223
-, congratulates Earl of Northampton on his appointment as Lord Privy Seal, 223
-, arrogant behaviour of Baynham towards, 225
-, assaults Sir Edward Baynham, 232
-, visits Duke of Mantua at Brussels, 232
-, agreement on Willford between Archduke Albert and, 234
-, informs Earl of Salisbury of plot to murder King, 236
-, reports on legal aspects of Willford's case, 242, 243
-, accepts transfer of Willford's case to Privy Council of Archduke Albert, 243
-, tries to arrange that Baynham does not return from Spain to Brussels, 244
-, criticised for being too insistent on behalf of Willford, 258
-, refers to greater Dutch confidence in Jeannin than in English treaty commissioners, 261
-, his intimate talk with Cardona, 268
-, receives copy of prolongation of truce, 284
-, assured by Archduke Albert of eventual renunciation of sovereignty by Philip III, 284

Edolf, Robert. See Edolph, Robert

Edolph (Edolf), Robert, of Hinxhill, co. Kent
-, reports to Privy Council on state of grain market in Kent, 226

Edward IV, King of England
-, mentioned, 251

Edward VI, King of England
-, mentioned, 234, 291

Edwards, Edmond
-, turns King's evidence against Welsh thieves, 97

Egerton, Sir John, son of Sir Thomas Egerton
-, reference to case between Kelly and, 18
-, 204
-, letter to Dacombe, 282

Egerton, Sir Thomas, Baron Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor
-, 18, 110, 244
-, intervenes on behalf of Bolde, 31
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 96, 203, 230
-, justifies stay of proceedings against Edwards, 97
-, Earl of Salisbury asked to influence, 129
-, member of Commission to examine Ridgeway's accounts, 131
-, commissioned to accept composition for King's wastes, etc. 167
-, asks for the stewardship of Tring manor, 204

Elbing [Poland]
-, Danzig and Hanse towns guilty of unfair practices towards English trade at, 107
-, concession by James I to merchant from, 165

El Cavellero del Phaebo
-, in the process of being written by the Spanish Ambassador in London, 220

Eldred (Eldrid, Eldrees), John, an English merchant
-, 46, 139, 212
-, brings suit against Duke of Feria, 173, 219
-, one of the contractors for the pre-emption of tin, 200

Elector Palatine. See Frederick IV

Eliston, William
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 170
-, reports on events in Spain, 170

Elizabeth, Queen of England
-, mentioned, 24, 27, 28, 33, 60, 65, 69, 93(3), 97, 107, 113, 115, 117, 128, 134, 164, 169, 174, 191, 193, 227, 230, 234, 246, 247, 248, 249, 252, 255, 270, 293, 295, 297, 305, 310, 313
-, rumoured to have had "her own son", 177
-, founder of trained bands, 298

Elizabeth, Princess ("Lady"), daughter of James I
-, jewels and pearls provided for, 10
-, 120, 127
-, desires that Earl of Salisbury's daughter should reside with her, 297

Ellacott, John, citizen of Exeter
-, begs Earl of Salisbury to accept High Stewardship of Exeter, 173

Ellesmere, Baron. See Egerton, Thomas

Elliot (Elliott), John, of Tenterden, co. Kent
-, licensed by Privy Council to buy corn for relief of poor at Tenterden, 244

Ellis, John, tenant or farmer of a shop at the Royal Exchange
-, signs petition against Earl of Salisbury's proposed "Bourse" at Durham House, 202

Ellis, William, joint-Secretary of the Council of the North
-, prohibits transport of corn from Yorkshire, 187

Ellis (Ellys), William, Alderman of Bristol
-, signs letter of thanks to Earl of Salisbury for accepting High Stewardship of Bristol, 285

Elphinstone, James, 1st Baron Balmerino, former Secretary of State in Scotland
-, to be examined by Privy Council concerning letter allegedly written by King to Pope, 253
-, interrogatories to be applied to, 253—256
-, 256
-, confesses to having written letter to Pope, 257
-, his full and written confession, 258, 259

Elphinstone (Elvestone), John, usher to the Queen
-, King destroys petition on behalf of, 89
-, his pension, 306

Elphinstone, Michael
-, his pension, 306

Elvestone, John. See Elphinstone, John

Elvyn, Dr. See Elwin, Edward

Elwes, Geoffrey, Alderman of London
-, supports petition against Earl of Salisbury's proposed "Bourse" at Durham House, 201

Elwin (Elvyn), Edward, physician to the Royal household, former Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
-, his case mentioned, 93

Emden (East Frisia), Enno III, Count of
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 5
-, 196

Emmanuel Philibert, Prince of Savoy, 3rd son of Charles Emmanuel, Duke of Savoy
-, entertained at Piacenza by Duke of Parma, 123
-, Fuentes apologises to, 124
-, visits Venice incognito, 147

Emo, The, of Candia
-, attacked by corsairs, 124

Emperour, Mr
-, owner of Three Women's Heads at Calais, 278

Emperor, The. See Rudolph II

Empire, The
-, Rudolph's precarious situation in, 106

Endfield House. See Enfield House

Enfield Chase, co. Middlesex
-, Earl of Salisbury recommended to provide King with kid meat from, 89

Enfield House, co. Middlesex
-, 20

England
-, report in Madrid of sympathy for Catholics in, 18
-, rumour of preparations for invasion of, 39
-, payment of debts in Spain to merchants of, 119
-, King's views on proposed defensive league between France, United Provinces and, 135, 153
-, Archduke Albert takes exception to proposed league of France, United Provinces and, 152
-, Privy Council explains reasons for alliance between United Provinces and, 175
-, Neyen's views on league between United Provinces and, 207
-, Prada's criticism and warnings concerning league between United Provinces and, 289
-, Cornwallis's defence of the alliance between United Provinces and, 210, 211
-, references to league between United Provinces and, 211, 212
-, French proposals for joint action against Spain with, 215
-, English Government's views on defensive alliance between France and, 215, 216
-, English Government's attitude towards proposed FrancoSpanish marriage alliance, 216
-, Papal Nuncio in Brussels informs himself of state of Catholics in, 258

Ernle, Robert, formerly in Lord Burleigh's service
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 295

Erpe, John van, Dutch merchant in London
-, his petition recommended by Caron, 76

Erskine, Thomas, 1st Viscount Fenton
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 88, 102
-, 128
-, in possession of Crown wood of Dailly, 315

Erskine, John, Lord Erskine, son of John Erskine, 2nd or 7th Earl of Mar
-, his pension, 305

Erskine, John, 2nd or 7th Earl of Mar
-, 206, 305

Erskine (Areskin), William
-, his pension, 306

Erskine (Areskin), William, a Scottish parson
-, his pension, 306

Erskine (Areskin), —,
-, his pension, 306

Escurial, Palace of the [Spain]
-, Philip III spends Easter at, 112, 122

Essen [North Rhine, Germany]
-, letter dated from, 5

Essex, Earl of. See Devereux, Robert

Essex
-, 33, 120, 197
-, coarse cloth made in, 294

d'Este, Cardinal. See d'Este, Alessandro

d'Este, Alessandro, Cardinal
-, entertained by Duke of Parma at Piacenza, 123

d'Este, Alfonso, Prince of Modena entertained with his bride by Duke of Parma at Piacenza, 123
-, Fuentes apologises to, 124
-, enters Modena with his bride, 146

d'Este, César, Duke of Modena 146

Eston (Easton), Peter, an English pirate
-, reputed to be wealthy, 236

Eure, Lord. See Eure, Ralph

Eure, Ralph, 3rd Lord Eure, Lord President of the Council of Wales
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 20, 295
-, 97, 222

Everidge (Everydge), Thomas, a page
-, accompanies Prince Henry's hounds to France, 300

Eversdieck, Marcellus, citizen of Middelburg
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 41

Evesham (Ewsham), co. Worcester 308

Ewsham. See Evesham

Exchequer, Chancellor of the. See Caesar, Sir Julius

Exchequer, The
-, 76, 128, 131, 200(3), 203, 232, 238, 269, 276, 296, 297, 309
-, proceeds of sale of Crown woods paid into, 315

Exchequer, Court of the
-, 143
-, receives names of transporters and engrossers of grain, 205
-, 218, 231, 279, 309

Exchequer, Treasurer of. See Sackville, Thomas

Exchequer, Under-Treasurer of. See Caesar, Sir Julius

Exeter, co. Devon
-, petition to Earl of Salisbury dated from, 107
-, Earl of Salisbury invited to become High Steward of, 173
-, letter dated from Castle of, 250

Exeter, Earl of. See Cecil, Thomas

Eyre (Ire), William, [? of Hassop, co. Derby], recusant
-, subject to forfeiture, 199

Eywanowitz (Eywanzitz) [Moravia]
-, Archduke Matthias's adherents gather at, 114

Eywanzitz. See Eywanowitz



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