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'Index: H, I', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 23: Addenda, 1562-1605 (1973), pp. 246-251. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112660 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Hainault, Waltham Forest, co. Essex, 182.
-, Keeper of Walk of. See Harpur George.

Haiti (Hispaniola) [West Indies], 99.

Hales, Samuel, deceased, mentioned, 208.

Halesowen, co. Worcester, 77.

Hall, Arthur, politician and translator, petition to Cecil, 212.

Halliwell, co. Lancs, 90.

Halstead, co. Leicester, manor of, 160.

Haly, Francis. See Hawley, Francis.

Hamburg [Germany], 7.
-, wheat brought to London on board a ship of, 98.

Hammond, Christopher, in the service of the King, petition to King, 190.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, the Court at, 157.

Hancock, Walter, of Bisley, co. Gloucester, complaint against, 221.

Hanham (Hannam), Thomas, of Wimborne Minster, co. Dorset, Serjeant-at-Law, 4.

Hanikcorn or Hanchorne, William, of co. Gloucester, 110.

Hanmer, Sir Thomas, of Hanmer, co. Flint, in the service of the Countess of Derby, request on behalf of, 174.

Hannam, Thomas. See Hanham, Thomas.

Hanse Towns [Germany], petition to Cecil from deputies of, 183.

Hanslop, co. Bucks, manor of, 176, 200.

Harbart, Mr. See Herbert, John.

Hardikin, Edmund, of Baldham, co. Wilts, a lunatic, 170.

Hardman, George, brother of Robert Hardman, charged with conspiracy, 214.

Hardman, Robert, of Stockport, Cheshire, mercer, complaint against, 214.

Hardrett or Harderet, Abraham, jeweller to the King, petition to King, 160.

Hare, Mr. See Hare, Samuel.

Hare, John, M.P., 135, 139.

Hare, Samuel, of London, merchant, 85.

Hare, Mr. [? John Hare, Clerk of the Court of Wards], 2.

Haristegin, Steven, of St. Jean de Luz, merchant, petition to King, 127.

Harpur, George, Keeper of Hainault Walk, Waltham Forest, co. Essex, petition to King, 182.

Harpur or Harper, Sir John, of Swarkeston, co. Derby, M.P. for Dorsetshire, member of House of Commons Committee, 135.

Harraneder, John, of St. Jean de Lúz, merchant, petition to King, 127.

Harrington, Lord. See Stanhope, Sir John.

Harris (Harrys), Richard, member of Oriel College, Oxford, signs testimonial to Lister, 191.

Harrison, John, son of Thomas Harrison, request on behalf of, 216.

Harrison, Robert, of Ely, co. Cambridge, complaints against, 10.

Harrison, Thomas, Groom of the Privy Chamber, petition to Cecil, 216.
-, his son. See Harrison, John.

Harrys, Richard. See Harris, Richard.

Hart, Sir Eustace, of London, petition to Cecil, 114.

Hartcastle, Thomas, of Hull, co. Yorks, conveys petition to Cecil, 106.

Harvey. See Harvey, Thomas.

Harvey, Sir George, Lieutenant of the Tower of London, 153.

Harvey, Thomas, prisoner in the Tower of London, 90.

Harvey, William, prisoner in the Marshalsea, petition to Cecil, 213.

Harvey, Sir William. See Hervey, Sir William.

Haselbury, co. Somerset, 90.

Hastings, (Sir) Francis, of North Cadbury, co. Somerset, M.P. for Somersetshire, 4.
-, member of House of Commons Committees, 131, 135.

Hatfield, co. Herts, punishment of unmarried mother at, 3.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, Chancellor of the Exchequer (d. 1591), mentioned, 170.

Haughton, Cheshire, 90.

Haughton, co. Hants, rectory of, 100.

Haulford or Holford, George [? of Newborough, Cheshire], his dispute with Lady Cholmondeley, 174.

Havell, Joshua, of Plymouth, merchant, petition to Cecil, 163.

Havering-Atte-Bower, co. Essex, manor of, 126.
-, Steward of. See Cooke, Sir Anthony.
-, Under-Steward of. See Raine, Francis.

Havering Park, co. Essex, 182.

Hawarden, co. Flint, Lordship of, 205.
-, parsonage of, 205.

Hawes, William, of London, merchant, petition to Privy Council, 193.

Hawkins, D. See Hawkins, Dr.

Hawkins, Dr [? Henry], 87.

Hawkins, Sir Richard, of Slapton, co. Devon, reference to his imprisonment in Madrid, 184.

Hawkins (Hawkyns), William, of (Hemel) Hempstead, co. Herts, 195.

Hawley (Haly), Francis, of Corfe Castle, co. Dorset, 4.

Heaton, Francis, of King's Norton, co. Worcester, petition to Cecil, 161.

Hecham. See Higham.

Hele, Sir John, Serjeant-at-Law and Recorder of Plymouth, petition to King, 187.

Hellam, Jasper, Clerk of the Court of the Liberty of the Tower of London, 153.

Hem, Great and Little, co. Montgomery [? Shropshire], 3.

Hemel Hempstead (Hempsteed), co. Herts, 195.

Heminbrough, co. Yorks, manor of, 108.

Hempsteed. See Hemel Hempstead.

Hender, John, of Botreaux Castle, co. Cornwall, Commissioner for anchorage and quayage, 110.

Heneage, Sir Thomas, Vice-Chamberlain to Queen Elizabeth, letter to Queen, 5.

Henry II, King of England (d. 1189), mentioned, 202.

Henry III, King of England (d. 1272), mentioned, 150.

Henry IV, King of England (d. 1413), mentioned, 99.

Henry VI, King of England (d. 1471), mentioned, 101.

Henry VIII, King of England (d. 1547), mentioned, 1, 15, 97, 130, 155, 202 and n.

Henry IV, King of France, English embassy to, 10 seqq.
-, his debts to England, 15, 19.
-, Queen's arguments to prevent unilateral treaty of peace between Spain and, 19, 20.
-, Queen's letter to, 20.
-, his presence needed in Brittany, 21, 25.
-, discloses details of Cardinal's peace offer, 23.
-, his answer to Cardinal's offer, 23.
-, his letters to Cecil, 24, 28.
-, Cecil's letter to, 24.
-, his insistence on personal contact with English embassy, 26
-, his letter to La Boderie, 28
-, another letter of his sent to Privy Council, 34
-, arrives at Angers, 35.
-, audiences of English envoys with, 37, 41, 57, 58, 67, 73(2).
-, reminded by Cecil of advantages gained by France from English action at Cadiz, 40.
-, his complimentary remark about Earl of Essex, 42.
-, refers to Oldenbarneveldt's subservience, 44.
-, his opinion of Huguenots, 46.
-, offer of States General to, 46, 64.
-, audience of Dutch envoys with, 48, 52.
-, sups with English envoys, 48.
-, his comments on his councillors, 52.
-, his attitude towards peace, 54.
-, goes to Nantes, 56.
-, sends express courier to Vervins, 57.
-, replies to allegations in intercepted letters of Cardinal Albert, 59, 60, 61.
-, his answer to offer from States General, 64.
-, acrimonious exchange of views between English envoys and, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72.
-, attends solemnization of St. George's Feast in Nantes, 72.
-, English envoys dine with, 72.
-, English envoys take leave of, 72.
-, Cecil given portrait of, 72
-, said to be opposing interests of Scottish King in England, 93.
-, 93, 188(2), 190, 209.
-, Spanish comments on, 154.
-, reported to have lost affection of French people, 154.
-, detains English cloth, 190, 208.
-, prohibits imports of English cloth, 208, 209.
-, Captain of Scottish Guard of. See Châteauvieux.
-, Master of the Wardrobe to. See Roquelaure.
-, Secretary of State to. See Villeroy.
-, Steward to. See La Boderie.

Henry, Prince, son of James I, 152, 216.
-, witnesses patent conferring title of Earl of Salisbury on Cecil, 222.

Henshaw, Thomas, silkman to Queen Anne, petition to Queen, 162.

Herbert, Charles, son of Matthew Herbert, request on behalf of, 78.

Herbert, Sir Edward, of Montgomery Castle, co. Montgomery, M.P. for Merionethshire, 118.
-, member of House of Commons Committees, 132, 135.

Herbert (Harbart), Dr (later Sir) John, Master of Requests, Secretary of State, M.P. for Monmouth, sent with Cecil on embassy to Henry IV, 11.
-, 18, 194.
-, proceeds to Dover, 21.
-, sails on board Answer to Dieppe, 22.
-, joint letters to Privy Council, 24, 26, 27(2), 28, 34, 36(2), 48, 67.
-, in Paris, 28.
-, his audiences with Henry IV, 37, 41, 57, 73(2).
-, pays courtesy call on Henry IV's sister, 40.
-, meets mistress of French King, 41.
-, his conference with French King's Council, 48.
-, sups with Henry IV, 48.
-, his meetings with embassy from States General, 48, 53, 57, 67.
-, confers with Dutch envoys, 53.
-, joint letter to Queen, 57.
-, reads extracts to Henry IV from intercepted letters of Cardinal Albert, 60.
-, his answers to Henry IV, 70, 71.
-, dines with Henry IV, 72.
-, takes leave of French King, 73.
-, leaves Nantes for England, 73.
-, shipping provided for his embarkation at Ouistreham, 73.
-, embarks for England, 74.
-, conveys answer from House of Commons to message from House of Lords, 134.

Herbert, Matthew, of Coalbrook, co. Monmouth, Deputy-Lieutenant of Monmouthshire, 78.

Herbert, Sir Philip, son of Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, M.P. for Glamorganshire, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.

Herbert, William, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, 173.

Herbert, Sir William, of Powis Castle, co. Montgomery, M.P. for Montgomery, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.

Hertford, Earl of. See Seymour, Edward.

Hertfordshire, petition to King from inhabitants of, 192.
-, Justices of the Peace in, 195.
-, survey of the lands of Sir Robert Cecil in, 195.

Hervey (Harvey), Sir William, of Kidbrook, co. Kent, M.P. for Petersfield, member of House of Commons committee, 132.

Hesketh, (Sir) Thomas, Attorney of the Court of Wards, M.P. for Lancaster, 8, 82, 113, 126, 156, 169, 172, 206(2), 207.
-, petition to, 110.
-, his petition to Cecil, 118.
-, member of House of Commons Committee, 135.

Heslington, co. Yorks, letter dated from, 119.

Hexham, John, of Huntingdon, surveyor, his map of fenland between Peterborough and Wisbech, 103.

Hexton, co. Herts, 100.

Heyborn, Francis, petition to Cecil, 126.

Hicks, (Sir) Michael, of Ruckholt, co. Essex, secretary to Sir Robert Cecil, 82.

Hide, Laurence. See Hyde, Laurence.

Higgins or Higgons, Stephen, apothecary to Sir Robert Cecil, petition to Cecil, 216.

Higgons, Stephen. See Higgins, Stephen.

Higham (Hecham), co. Suffolk, 165.

Highgate, Islington, co. Middlesex, 110.

Hill, William, petition to Cecil, 98.

Hinshaw, James, a former soldier at Berwick, petition to Cecil, 427.

Hispaniola. See Haiti.

Hitcham, (Sir) Robert, Attorney to Queen Anne, 120, 167(2), 200.
-, his notes on petitions, 127, 161.
-, petition to Cecil, 174.

Hitchin, co. Herts, manor of, 165.
-, bailiwick of, 166.
-, Deputy-Bailiff of. See Skinner, John.

Hobart (Hubbard), Sir Henry, of Blickling, co. Norfolk, M.P. for Norwich, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.

Hoby (Hobby), Sir Edward, of Minster, Isle of Sheppey, co. Kent, M.P. for Rochester, member of House of Commons Committees, 131, 135.

Hoby, Sir Thomas Posthumus, of Hackness, co. Yorks, letter from Cecil to, 81.

Hoddesdon, co. Herts, map of land between Cheshunt and, 1.
-, inn called Black Lion at, 86.
-, terrier of, 102.
-, bailiwick of, 173.
-, Bailiff of. See Tooke, William.

Hog Head [? Cap de la Hague, Cotentin, France], mistaken by mariners of the Adventure for Isle of Wight, 74.

Holborn, London, Earl of Derby's property in, 90.

Holcroft, Geoffrey, late commander of a company in Munster, petition to Cecil, 210.

Holcroft, Henry, Captain, deceased, brother of Geoffrey Holcroft, reference to his death, 210 and n.

Holcroft, Sir Thomas, of Vale Royal, Cheshire, M.P. for Chester county, member of House of Commons Committee, 135.

Holland, condition of peace to be independence of, 16.
-, foreign troops to leave, 17.
-, religious concessions to, 18.
-, fears in Lisbon of attack on caracks by fleet of, 154.
-, Caron defends action of ships of, 192.

Holles (Hollis), Sir John, of Haughton, co. Notts, M.P. for Nottinghamshire, member of House of Commons Committees, 131, 135.

Holmedon, (Sir) Edward, Alderman of London, 111.

Holsted. See Holstein.

Holstein (Holsted), 211.

Holstein, Duchess of. See Catherine.

Holstein, Duke of. See Ulrich.

Home (Hume), Sir George, later Baron Home of Berwick, Chancellor of the Exchequer, his notes on petitions, 109, 110.
-, petition to, 207.

Honduras (Hundoros) [Central America], 99.

Hone, Dr. See Hone, John.

Hone, John, D. C. L., Master of the Chancery, his opinion of statute concerning Mastership of Clare Hall, 84.
-, brings message from House of Lords to House of Commons, 134, 136.

Honyman, Thomas, of London, merchant, presents accounts of prize money to Cecil, 91.

Hopton, Mr. 74.

Horner, Thomas, in the service of Sir Robert Cecil, petition to Cecil, 165.

Horsepoole, Thornton, co. Leicester, petition dated from, 98.

Horsey, Sir Jerome, Receiver of King's lands, M.P. for Bossiney, member of House of Commons Committee, 135.

Houghton, Richard, step-father to Ferdinando Leigh, 221.

Houghton, Roger, Steward to Sir Robert Cecil, letter to Cecil, 112.
-, 125.

Howard, Lady. See Howard, Catherine.

Howard, Catherine, Lady, wife of Lord Thomas Howard, her suit, 93.

Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham, Lord Admiral, warns Cecil of presence of Spanish fleet, 23.
-, joint letter to, 26.
-, 48, 74, 92, 98, 111, 122, 128, 168, 174, 182, 188.
-, his notes on petition, 109(2).
-, petition to, 188.

Howard, Lord Henry, later 1st Earl of Northampton, letter to Buckhurst and Fortescue, 92.

Howard, Thomas, Lord Howard de Walden, known also as Lord Thomas Howard, later 1st Earl of Suffolk, Lord Chamberlain, accompanies Cecil to Dover, 21.
-, returns to Court, 22.
-, 92, 213.

Hubbard, Sir Henry. See Hobart, Sir Henry.

Hubberd, Mr, accompanies Cecil to France, 22.

Hudson, George, in the service of Sir Robert Cecil, petition to Cecil, 165.

Hugglescote Grange, co. Leicester, 97.

Huguenots, complaints of discrimination against, 31.
-, Henry IV's opinion of, 46.
-, their views on question of peace or war, 46, 62.
-, Huguenot preacher at Vitré, 73.

Hull, co. Yorks, 100.
-, petition from Mayor and Aldermen of, 105.
-, petition from certain inhabitants of, 219.
-, petition from merchants of, 220.
-, Mayor of. See Barnard, William.

Humberston, Edward, of Walkern, co. Herts (d. 1583), mentioned, 2 and n.

Humberston, Henry, Keeper of Chapel Hainault Walk, Waltham Forest, co. Essex, petition to King, 182.

Hume, Lord. See Home, Sir George.

Hundoros. See Honduras.

Hungary, assistance given in England to gentleman from, 77.

Hungerford, Edward, of Farley Castle, co. Wilts, 86.

Hunmanby, co. Yorks, manor of, 172.

Hunsdon, Lord, See Carey, Henry.

Huntingdonshire, grievances of tenants of Honour of Clare in, 159.
-, 167, 170.

Hutchinson, —, his wardship, 105.

Hutton, William, of Greystoke, co. Cumberland, petition to Cecil, 80.

Huycke, Robert, physician (d. ? 1581), his property at Waltham, 1.

Hyde (Hide), Laurence, of West Hatch, co. Wilts, and Gussage St. Michael, co. Dorset, M.P. for Marlborough, 4.
-, member of House of Commons Committees, 132, 135.

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Infantado, Rodrigue Hurtado de Mendoza, Duke of, 163.

Ingoldsby, co. Notts, the manor of, 99.

Inquerville, Monsieur de. See d'Interville.

d'Interville (Inquerville), François l'Huillier, Seigneur, Secretary to the French Council, visits Cecil at Angers, 35.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 100.

Ireland, reference to rebellions in, 20, 114, 122, 163, 172, 203.
-, troops sent from Picardy to, 22, 61.
-, 45, 51, 55, 64, 78, 83, 92, 181, 182, 188(2), 189, 194, 203, 208, 210, 212, 215.
-, King's directive to his subjects in, 122.
-, Council of, 182, 185, 202.
-, Auditors in, 189.
-, reference to fall in the value of the currency of, 195.
-, proposal that Prince Charles be appointed Vice-Gerent of, 201.
-, reasons for disorders in, 201, 202.
-, suggestions for reforms in, 202.
-, Controller of Musters in. See Burkinshaw, Ralph.

Ireland, Lord Chancellor of. See Loftus, Adam.

Ireland, Lord Deputy of. See Blount, Sir Charles; Carew, Sir George; Chichester, Sir Arthur.

Ireland, Treasurer at Wars in. See Ridgeway, Sir Thomas.

Irish Language, condemnation of English legal officers' ignorance of, 202.

Isabella, Infanta of Spain, daughter of Philip II and wife of Archduke Albert. See also Archdukes.
-, her claim to Brittany, 15.

Isham, George, of London, his petition, 192.

Isham, Zacheus, of London, his petition, 192.

Isle of Wight, co. Hants, Cecil lands from France in, 74.

Itchingham, John, of Ireland, dispute between White and, 182.

Ivensen, Richard, a porter in the service of Sir Robert Cecil, petition to Cecil, 170.

Ivington, co. Hereford, 201.



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