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'Index: S, T, U, V', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8: January-July 1535 (1885), pp. 549-562. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75556 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Sacheverell, Sir Hen., g. 149 (48).

-, Ralph, g. 149 (48).

Sacrament, the, 165, 174 (p. 61), 823.

Sacramentarians, 33.

Sadler (Sadeler, Sadleyr), Ralph, Cromwell's servant, afterwards Secretary of State, 124, 147, 206, 565, 653, 892 ("Raffe"):—g. 962 (22).

Sadler, John, 478.

Sadolet, James, afterwards cardinal, 265, 761.

-, -, his book on Philosophy, 761.

-, -, his Hortensius, 265.

St. Albans, 407, 1038.

-, letter dated at, 406.

St. Albans Abbey, g. 962 (2).

-, abbot of, 407, 1038.

-, a monk of, 407.

-, archdeacon of, 407.

-, St. Andrews, 407, 589.

-, -, curate of, 406–7.

-, -, vicar of. See King, Thos.

-, St. Peters, curate of, 407.

St. Ambroz, —, 827.

St. Andrew's, in Scotland, castle of, 144. (p. 45).

St. Andrew's, diocese of, g. 291 (60).

St. Andrew's, abp. of. See Betoun, James.

St. Angelo, castle of. See under Rome.

St. Asaph, Henry Standish, bp. of, (died 1535), 599, 803, 953, 1015, 1068, 1073:—g. 149 (67).

-, -, letter from, 953.

-, -, his renunciation of the Pope, 803.

St. Asaph, bpric. of, 599, 925, 1015:—g. 149 (67).

-, deanery of, 1015.

St. Aubyn (Seyntabyn), Thos., g. 149 (15, 50).

St. Clare Bradfield (Senklers Bradfeld), Suff., 196.

St. Clere (Sayntclere), Mr., 563.

St. Davids (St. Davyes), App. 1179 (p. 476).

St. Davids, Ric. Rawlins, bp. of, 412, 466, 494:—g. 149 (71).

-, renunciation of the Pope by, 494.

St. Davids, bishopric of, g. 149 (71).

St. Germain en Laye (San Germano in Laga), 399.

-, letters dated at, 6, 246, 282.

St. Germans, in Cornwall, 311.

-, Robt. Swymmor, prior of, 311.

St. Jalhe, Didier de, Grand Master of the Order of St. John, letter from, 125 (See Errata).

St. John, Johu, 888 (2).

St. John, Sir John, g. 291 (25).

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of (or of Rhodes), 125, 233 (Rhodiani), 546–7:—g. 149 (29).

-, -, grand master of. See Pont, Peter du; also St. Jalhe, D. de.

-, -, late master. See Lisle, Adam, Ph. de.

-, -, grand prior in Ireland. See Kilmainham, prior of.

-, -, -, England. See Weston, Sir Wm.

-, Turcopolier of, 459, 499.

St. Kevern, letter dated at, 98.

-, vicar of. See William, Drue.

St. Lawrence, Thos., attorney-general in Ireland, 382.

St. Lazar, feigned proctor of, 644 (2).

-, indulgence of, 644 (2).

St. Leger, Ant., 314:—App. 1179 (p. 476): g. 140 (40).

-, -, letter from, 314.

-, Sir George, 573.

St. Low (Sentlo), Sir John, 60, 222, 226, 287, 448–9, 621, 755, 881:—g. 149 (36).

St. Margarete, 96.

St. Messana. See Pont St. Messana.

St. Omers, 279, 324, 345, 356 (St. Thomers), 1055.

St. Osyths, 1097.

St. Pol (St. Powle), in Picardy, 794 (6), 1055.

-, Francis Bourbon, count of, brother of the duke of Vendôme, 185.

St. Stephens, prebend of, 1032.

St. Thomas à Becket, 626.

St. Thomers. See St. Omers.

Sakeveld, Isabella, prioress of Clerkenwell, 612.

Sakevile, John, g. 149 (81).

Sakvyle, Ric., g. 149 (74).

Salben, Anne. See Salveyn.

Salcot, John, alias Capon, bp. of Bangor (1534–39), abbot of Hyde, 34–5, 127, 169 (bis), 190, 307, 564, 599, 644, 832–3:—App. 1179 (p. 477):—g. 149 (66). See also Bangor.

-, -, letters from, 34–5, 127, 307, 564, 832–3.

-, -, his commissary. See Oking, Robt.

-, -, his predecessor. See Skeffington, Thos.

-, -, his waterman, 34–5.

Salerno, 672, 713.

Salesbury. See Salisbury.

Salisbury, (Sarum), 290, 821:—g. 149 (60), 962 (14 ii.).

-, letter dated at, 553.

-, the mayor of, g. 149 (60).

-, cathedral, g. 149 (26).

-, -, dean and chapter of, g. 149 (26).

-, -, dean and prebendaries of, 1041.

Salisbury, bpric. of, 48 (p. 18), 113, 290, 766:—g. 632 (1), 1158 (7).

Salisbury, prebend of Poterne, 766.

Salisbury, bp. of, g. 149 (60). See Campeggio (1524–34); also Shaxton, Nic.

Salisbury (Sarysbury), Margaret Plantagenet countess of, mother of Reginald Pole, 117, 263 (p. 101), 352, 440, 596.

-, -, letter from, 352.

Salisbury, Fulke, priest, letter from, 1015.

- (Salesbury), Hen., g. 802 (13), 1158 (18).

- (Salsburye), John, 222, 226, 382, 449, 621, 715, 755.

-, -, letter from, 715.

- (Sallesbere, Sallysbere, Salbere); Rob., abbot of Valle Crucis, 789 (1, 2), 1001 (3).

- (Salesbury), Wm., g. 632 (5).

Salkelde, Launcelot, g. 149 (82).

Sallesbroke (Salzburg in Germany ?), native of, g. 481 (4).

Salley Abbey, 984.

Salt, 344, 792 (2):—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Salter, —, a Carthusian, 601.

Saltfleetby, Linc., g. 291 (38).

-, King's tenants-at-will at, g. 291 (38).

Saltpeter, Roger, g. 481 (10), 1158 (1).

Saluzzo (Saluces, Saluze), Francis marquis of, 33 (2), 782.

-, -, his ambassador with Charles V., 782.

Salveyn (Salben), Anne, widow of Sir Ralph, 888 ii.:—g. 291 (56).

-, Geo., g. 291 (56).

-, Sir Ralph, g. 291 (56).

Salzburg. See Sallesbroke.

Samforde, John, g. 632 (10).

Sampson, Dr. Ric. (archdeacon of Suffolk, dean of the Chapel Royal and of Lichfield, afterwards bp. of Chichester), 195 note, 269, 364, 603–4, 722, 902, 975, 1062, 1080, 1106.

-, -, letters from, 269, 364, 604, 902.

-, -, his book, 1062.

Sandall castle, Yorks., 991.

Sander, Hen., g. 632 (5).

Sanders, —, 243–4.

Sandes (Sandeys, Sands), Wm. lord, chamberlain of the household, lieutenant of Guisnes, 48, 86, 121 (p. 38), 272, 327, 350, 389, 587, 871, 924, 942, 1034:—App. 1179 (p. 476):—g. 149 (33), 962 (31). See also Xaynel.

-, -, letters from, 86, 350, 389, 871, 924,

-, -, his physician, 48 (p. 15).

-, -, his son's wife, 1034.

-, -, his brother, 86.

-, -, wife of, 924, 1034.

Sandes, Sir Ric., g. 149 (33, 77).

Sandgate. See under Calais.

Sanforde, Thos., g. 149 (82).

Sandingfield. See under Calais.

Sandro, Bernardino, letters from, 117, 542 576,

-, -, mentioned (as "Bernardin"), 581.

Sands. See Sandes.

Sandwich, 760.

-, letter dated at, 757.

Sandwych, —, 1093.

Sandy Sea, the, 1120.

San Germano. See St. Germain.

San Mobor castle, 713.

San Sebastian, in Spain, 745 ii.

Santon, Cumbld., 1133.

Sapcotts, Sir Ric., g. 149 (38).

Sapley Hunts., g. 481 (32).

Sardinia (Sardeyna), 579, 713, 744, 874–5, 905, 972, 1121 (p. 440).

Sarnia, count, 1053, 1155 ("a Irlle of Naples").

Sarre, Ric., 281 (2).

Sarum. See Salisbury.

Saunders (Sawnders), Ant., curate of Winchcombe, letter from, 171.

-, Thomas, 406.

Saunton, in the Emperor's dominions, g. 291 (59).

Savage, —, 958.

-, Sir John, of Frodsham, 642 n.

-, John, 22.

Savell (Savayll), Sir John, 169 (2).

Savellus, Baptista, 713.

Savhere, John, g. 1158 (1).

Savona, 174 (p. 59), 339 (2).

Savoy, 827.

-, Charles III., duke of, 33 (2), 339 (2), 344, 380.

Savoy, the. See under London.

Sawnders. See Saunders.

Sawnderson, —, 721.

Sawyar, Nic., and his son, 93.

Sawyn, Comus, g. 291 (60).

Saxlingham, Norf., g. 291 (57).

Saxony, George duke of, p. 372.

-, John Frederic elector-duke of, 33, 636 (the Prince).

Saxony, duke of, g. 291 (54).

Sayesbery Midlx., g. 802 (29).

Saymer. See Seymour.

Saynctlow. See St. Low.

Sayntclere. See St. Clere.

Scania (a territory belonging to Denmark, now included in Sweden), App. 1159, 1172, 1178 (p. 463).

Scaresbrek, James, g. 149 (63).

Scepper, Cornelius, App. 1178 (p. 463).

Scepuse, John Zapolsky count, Waywode of Transylvania (claimant of the crown of Hungary, called king John of Hungary), 48 (p. 18), 91, 233 (p. 92), 263 (p. 104), 355 (p. 143), 429 (p. 168), 672, 713, 726, 808, 874, 948 (p. 372), 972, 1052, 1144.

-, -, envoy (secretary) of. See Corsini, Andrea.

-, -, his ambassadors to Vienna, 808, 874, 1052, 1144.

-, -, his great chancellor, 1052.

Schelley. See Shelley.

Schere. See Shere.

Schevyngton. See Skeffington.

Schwerin (Svuerini), in Mechlenburg, letters dated at, App. 1162, 1165.

Scio (Syo), in the Mediterranean, 459.

Sclater, Wm., 1029.

Scleswyc, near Wittemberg, 385.

Scluse. See Sluys.

Sconhoma, Holland, g. 291 (52).

Scotch doctor of Theology, 429 (p. 167), 502.

Scotch merchants in Dieppe, 1154.

Scotch messenger, App. 1178 (p. 469).

Scotchman, a, 502, 929 (2), 1172:—g. 962 (21).

-, -, doctor of Paris, 517.

Scotland (the Scots, &c.), 1, 10, 45, 48 (pp. 16, 17), 97, 121, 131, 135, 263 (p. 104), 310, 380, 429 (p. 167), 430, 470, 502, 646, 711, 818, 827, 842, 1009, 1038–9, 1069, 1143 (4), 1153 ii., 1154 (2):—App. 1159, 1172, 1177, 1178 (p. 467–73), 1179 (p. 474).

-, the isles of, 1009, 1153.

Scotland, Imperial ambassador in. See Ericus, Godscalcus.

-, Papal nuncio to, 1.

-, chancellor of. See Glasgow, G. Dunbar, abp. of.

-, college of justice in, 144 (p. 45), 470.

-, council of, 502:—App. 1178 (p. 469).

-, crown of, 144.

-, embassy to, 97, 263 (p. 104).

-, the Three Estates of, 116.

-, gold mines in, 646.

-, king of. See James V.

-, Parliament of, 842.

-, Scots of the Out Isles, 885.

-, lord clerk register of, p. 470.

-, secretary of, App. 1178 (pp. 468–73).

-, speech to the King and Council, 1172.

-, Marches of (frontier, the borders, &c.), 1, 16, 261, 310, 822:—App. 1178 (p. 468).

-, -, ("accused Borderers"), 842.

-, -, wardens of, 734.

-, East Marches, 100, 1009.

-, -, lieutenant on, 1009.

-, Middle Marches, 100, 255, 1009.

-, -, lieutenant on, 1009.

-, West Marches, 310, 1041.

-, -, warden of. See Cumberland, H. carl of.

-, -, Scotch warden of, 310.

-, -, wardenship of, 1041.

Scots, wild, 1019:—App. 1178 (p. 468).

Scott, Edw., g. 149 (81).

-, (Scotte), John, the hermit, App. 1178 (p. 467).

Scrope, lord, 888 ii.

Scryven or Skryven, —, 309, 410, 438, 446, 938, 1074.

-, Thomas, of Calais, 884.

Scudamore (Skydmore), Mr., 947.

-, John, g. 149 (39).

-, Thos., of Sion, 565 (2), 567.

Scutt. See Skutt.

Seamer (Semour), Yorks., letter dated at, 39.

Seaton, Rutland, g. 802 (21).

Secelle. See Sicily.

Secretary, Mr. See Cromwell, Thos.

Sedican, Persian officer, 1120.

Sedley. See Sydley.

Selby, John, abbot of, 612.

-, Percival, 804.

-, Robert, prior, 612.

Seller, —, 1040.

-, Thomas, 678.

Selsey, letter dated at, 941.

-, Isle of, 1017.

Seman, Thos., g. 149 (60).

Seme (?), in the bishopric of Lolonensis (?), g. 149 (84).

Semet, Jean, 702.

Semour. See Seamer.

Sendy, Wm., 1083.

Sene or Senes. See Sienna.

Senklers Bradfeld. See St. Clare Bradfield.

Sentleger. See St. Leger.

Sentlo. See St. Low.

Serpon, in France, letter dated at, 380.

Seton, Mr., 1132.

Settrington, Yorks., letter dated at, 854.

Sevenoaks, Kent, 61:—g. 149 (22).

Seville, 189 (p. 67).

Seville (Seuilla), cardinal of (Alfonso Manriquez de Lara), p. 475.

Sewley Fennes, App. 1170 (p. 475).

Sexten, Edmund, sewer of the Chamber, mayor of Limerick, 58, 114, 594, 783–4.

Seymour (Saymer, Semer, Saymeur), Sir Edward (afterwards earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset and Protector), 24, 45, 65–6, 89, 118–20, 176–7, 231–2, 334, 361, 377, 422–3, 434, 438, 444 ("the award," i.e., between Seymour and Lisle), 468, 489, 516, 541, 591, 706–7:—g. 149 (60), 481 (13).

-, Anne, wife of, g. 481 (13).

-, Sir John, g. 149 (60).

-, (Seymer), Thos., 147.

-, Sir Thos., late mayor of the Staple, 169 (2 ii.).

-, Walter, g. 149 (60), 802 (10, 11).

Seyntabyn. See St. Aubyn.

Seyntlow. See St. Low.

Seyntpoull, Geo., g. 149 (44).

Shaftesbury, g. 634 (2).

Shaftoo or Shaftowe, Cuthbert, 991, 1030 (2).

Shannon, the river, 881.

Shappe, 1046.

Sharpe, John, 1046:—g. 149 (31).

-, Sir John, g. 962 (8).

Shawe, Edm., 208, 478.

Shaxton, Nic., S.T.P., Queen's almoner, bishop of Salisbury (1535), 48 (p. 18), 290, 405, 483, 726, 766–7, 810, 821, 834, 1006:—g. 481 (26), 632 (1, 9), 962 (14 ii.), 1158 (7).

-, -, letters from, 766, 810, 821, 834.

Sheffield, letter dated at, 427, 981.

Sheldon, Will., g. 149 (61).

Shelland (Shellond), Suff., 770.

Shelland Green, 770.

Shelley (Schelley), letter dated at, 490.

Shelley, Mr., 892.

-, Thomas, 771.

-, Sir Wm., 609 i., 886 i.

Shellmore, Thos., curate of Wingham, 386 (2).

Shellond. See Shelland.

Shelton, lady Anne, aunt of Anne Boleyn, gouvernante of the princess Mary, 263 (pp. 101, 104), 746, 1105.—[N.B.—She is referred to (by mistake) in the index to Vol. VII. as lady Clere, another aunt of the Queen.]

-, -, daughter of, 263 (p. 104).

Shene, Charterhouse of, 959.

-, letter dated at, 585.

-, Henry, prior of, letter from, 585.

-, father of, 78, 402.

-, prior of, 611.

-, vicar at. See Ball, Hen.

-, proctor of. See Man, Henry.

Shentercase. See under Calais.

Shepard, Alan, g. 962 (30).

Shepherd (Shephard), Mr., 771.

-, John, 120.

Sherborne (Shurborne) Abbey, Dors., 693:—g. 802 (12, 27), 962 (14).

-, letters dated at, 693, 852.

-, abbot of (1535). See Barstabull, John.

-, -, the late abbot, his predecessor. See Mere, John.

-, prior of, 852.

Sherburn (Shyrbourn), Yorks., g. 291 (2).

Shere, Surrey, g. 802 (11).

-, John Pyttes, parson of, p. 477.

Shere (Schere), John, canon and prior of Launceston, 92, 224, 533, 569, 690.

Shereford (Sherforth), Norf., 146.

Sherford (Shirforde), Devon, g. 291 (13).

Sherforth. See Shereford.

Sheriffhutton (Sherifhoton), Yorks., g. 291 (2, 16).

Sherifhoton, Yorks., g. 149 (13), 181 (18)

Sherley, Mr., 391.

Shertwod. (?) App. 1179 (p. 475).

Sherwood, Thos., 94.

Shether, Michael (?), 474.

-, Geoffrey, prior of Dunmow, accounts of, 865.

Sheyne, John, 474.

Shipman, John, g. 149 (80).

-, Will., late mayor of Bristol, 809.

Ships (not named), 303, 529, 744, 1109–11, 1148.

English, 1170.

Scotch, 724.

the King's, 760:—place where they were built (Deptford?), p. 16.

of the Religion (St. John of Jerusalem), 1155.

Ships named:—

Clement, of Althorne, 1047.

Mary of Calais, 175.

Anne Fortune, 234.

Isabel, of Abergrach, 281.

Mynyon, 527, 1063, 1077.

Julyen, of Erith, 706–8.

Harry, 851.

Mary Poldavy, 1070.

Shirford. See Sherford.

Shirley, Sir Ric., g. 149 (81).

-, Thos., g. 149 (81).

Shodbury park, 1048.

Shodbury, Little, park of, 1048.

Shorton, Dr. Robt., dean of Stoke college, Suff., letter from, 934.

Shrewsbury, 1058, 1079.

-, letter dated at, 572.

-, Thos. Butler, abbot of, letter from, 572.

Shrewsbury, George Talbot earl of, Lord High Steward, 56, 247, 427, 474, 888 ii.

-, -, letters from, 56, 427.

-, -, letter to, 247.

Shroffold, Kent, g. 1158 (15).

Shropshire, 149 (76).

Shurborne. See Sherborne.

Shyngleton, Mr., 600.

Shynkefeld, John, 146.

Shyre. See Shere.

Sicily and the Sicilians (Secelle, Cecilla), 48, 189 (p. 70), 233, 459, 579, 697 (2), 713, 744, 806–7, 874, 905, 972, 1121:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Sicily, viceroy of (Hector Pignatelli, duke of Monteleone) (died 7 March 1535), 459.

-, viceroy of, 1120 ii. [The person here referred to is probably Simon Ventimiglia, marquis of Geraci, who was appointed president of the kingdom by the last viceroy before his death, as Ferdinand Gonzaga does not seem to have been elected viceroy till Charles V. was at Messina in October 1535. See Blasi's Storia Cronologica, Vol. II.].

Sidenham, Thos., g. 149 (58).

Sidney, Sir Wm., 478.

Sienna (Sene, Senes), 145, 251, 899.

Sigismund, a friend of Pole's, 761.

Sileby (Silebe), Linc., 642.

Silesia (Slesia), 831.

Silk meter of London, 1025.

Simonburn, Nthld., 1082.

Simonetta, James, auditor of the Apostolic Chamber, cardinal (1535), 712, 742, 786, 806–7, 875.

Simpson (Sympsone), John, 478.

-, Joan, g. 291 (19).

-, Nich., page of the Privy Chamber, g. 149 (6), 291 (19).

Simyn, John Baptist, g. 632 (3).

Singleborough, Bucks., g. 962 (9).

Sion (Syon), Midd., 77, 565 (2 ii.), 567, 592, 609 v., 1125.

-, (Charterhouse), brethren of, 77, 592 (2).

-, receiver of. See Morres, John.

-, abbess of, 1125.

-, sisters of, 77, 1125.

-, steward of, 567.

Sirmisch (Sirmya), Brodaricus, bp. of sent by the Waywode to Ferdinand to treat of peace, 91, 355 (p. 143), 1052:—App. 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letter from, 91 ii.

-, -, brother of, 91.

Skarlet, John, 664.

Skeffington (Skevington), Sir William, deputy of Ireland, 60, 169, 193, 222, 226, 287, 382–3, 397, 448–9, 485, 594, 621, 695, 729, 755, 784, 827, 880–1, 885, 888 ii., 892, 973, 1112, 1132:—g. 291 (55), 802 (21).

-, -, letters from, 382–3, 621, 695, 885.

-, -, letter to, 60.

-, -, signature of, 448, 880.

-, -, a chaplain of, 749.

Skeffington, Thomas, bishop of Bangor (ob. 1533), 307, 611, 644.

Skeffington or Skevington (Skevyngton), Antony, g. 802 (21).

Skeffington (Skeyvington, Schevyngton), Leonard, son of Sir William, 222, 382, 716, 827, 958.

-, Thos., g. 291 (55), 802 (21).

-, Thos., sen., g. 291 (55).

Skell or Skelle, —, 1083, 1103.

Skerne, Augustine, chamber-fellow of John Basset, 232, 423, 772.

-, -, letter from, 772.

Skevington or Skeyvington. See Skeffington.

Skillis, 390.

Skinner, John, g. 149 (74).

-, Oliver, 324.

-, Wm., vicar of St. Martin's-in-theFields, letter to, 228.

Skinner, a, 40.

Skippe, John, S. T. P., the Queen's almoner, afterwards (1539) bp. of Hereford, 513, 1063:—g. 632 (9).

Skipton in Craven, 310, 991.

Skipwith (Skypwyth, Skipworth), Thos., 406–7, 589 ii.

-, -, letters from, 406–7.

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (44), 291 (38).

Skipworth. See Skipwith.

Skoryar, —, 865 (p. 339).

Skrewar, John, g. 291 (60).

Skryven. See Scryven.

Skutt, John (the Queen's tailor), 89, 478, 545.

-, Ralph, 323.

Sky —. See Ski —.

Skydmore. See Scudamore.

Slade, Edw., 169.

-, Fran., g. 149 (62).

-, Ric., g. 149 (54).

Sleep, Herts., g. 962 (2).

Slegg, Mr., serjeant-at-arms, 727.

Slesia (Silesia), 831.

Sluys (Scluse), in the Netherlands, 162.

Sly, Miles, 1016.

-, Nic., and Alice his widow, 1016.

Slyghthome, Yorks., g. 481 (16).

Smalley, Ant., 81, 94.

Smardale, Wmld., 1046.

Smethson, John, priest, 620.

Smith, Henry, of London, 141.

-, Hubert, g. 481 (4).

-, John (Lisle's auditor, Queen's surveyor), brother of Leonard, 120, 176(?), 434, 971.

-, -, letter from, 434.

-, John, of Pauls, letters from, 7, 722.

-, John, 461, 873, 1000:—App. 1179 (p. 475):—g. 149 (22, 36), 962 (22).

-, -, letter from, 873.

-, -, his wife, 873.

-, John, junior, g. 149 (36).

-, (Smyth), Leonard, 40, 45, 46, 66, 83, 95, 118, 120, 232, 334, 377, 422, 434, 468, 516, 530, 541, 545, 591, 765, 773, 1003, 1084.

-, -, letters from, 40, 95, 468, 541, 765, 773, 1003.

-, -, letter to, 120.

-, Rob., 131, 727:—g. 632 (35).

-, Thos., 595.

-, Wm., 1000, 1013–14.

Smyth. See Smith.

Smythemore, Glouc., g. 633 (1).

Snede, Ric., g. 149 (70).

Snowden, Wm., of Calais, 368, 884.

-, -, signature of, 368.

Soberton (Subberton), Hants., 46, 357, 1040.

-, letter dated at, 544.

Sockbridge (Stokbrede) Westmorland 1046.

Soffya. See Sophi.

Sobyer, Jenyn, (Jenyne, Jenyns, &c.), 45–7, 88.

Solaman, in Asia, 1120.

Sole, Edw., g. 291 (19).

Solicitor-General, the. See Rich, Ric.

Solmis, in Hungary, 91 iii.

Solyman II., the Grand Turk (1520–66), 1, 17, 19, 33 (2), 48 (p. 16), 145, 185–6, 189 (pp. 70, 72), 198, 263 (p. 103), 272, 355 (p. 142), 373, 459, 511, 535, 542, 579, 590, 629, 666 (p. 252), 672, 808, 826 (p.315), 874, 899, 905, 948 (p. 371), 972, 985, 1035, 1052, 1071, 1120, 1144, 1155:—App. 1178 (p. 470), 1179 (p. 473).

-, his ambassador at Vienna, 808, 972, 1052, 1144.

-, a Frenchman who has been in his service, 185 (p. 65).

Somar, Wm., the King's fool, 937.

Somersetshire, 574, 690, 1064:—g. 149 (79).

Somersham (Soumersham), Hunts., letters dated at, 105, 1131.

Somerstone, letter dated at, 933.

Sommaster, Will., 87.

Somner, Steph., 1001.

Sonderbond, in Denmark, App. 1178 (p. 469 n.).

Sophi (Soffya, Suffy, &c.) the, of Persia, 132, 145, 189 (p. 70), 198, 263 (p. 103), 459, 542, 590, 629, 672, 826 (p. 315), 874, 905, 1071, 1120, 1155:—App. 1179 (pp. 473–4).

-, his brothers, 145.

Sothwell. See Southwell.

Souche, Frances, g. 802 (3).

-, Will., g. 802 (3).

Soulder, Denis, g. 481 (4).

Soulemont (Sowlemont), Thos., the King's French secretary, 299.

Soumersham. See Somersham.

Sound, the, of Denmark, 913.

South, manor of, Kent, g. 632 (13).

Southampton (Hampton), 81, 124:—g. 149 (77), 481 (22), 632 (35).

-, letters dated at, 864, 878.

-, mayor of, g. 149 (77).

-, recorder of. See Mills, John.

-, haven of, 63.

-, quay of, 124.

South Brent, Somers., 1064.

Southcote, John, of Bovytracy, g. 149 (58).

Southfrith, Kent, g. 962 (1).

Southwall, 131.

Southwark, Surr., 93, 106, 305.

Southwark (Southwerke), Surrey, g. 149 (3, 22), 481 (10), 632 (3, 5).

Southwell, John, g. 149 (78).

-, Ric., 196, 420, 518, 618, 814 ii., 892 (p. 354), 1087.

-, -, letters from, 420, 1087.

-, -, signature of, 196.

-, (Sothwell), Robt., 539:—g. 149 (43).

Southworth, Sir Thos., g. 149 (63).

Sowche, Will., g. 291 (55).

Sowde, Wm., clk., g. 291 (3, 4).

Sowerby (Sourtye), Halifax, g. 1158 (16).

Sowlemont. See Soulemont.

Spain (Hispania), 48, 60, 143, 145, 174 (p. 59), 182, 189 (pp. 68–9, 70–1), 226, 233, 263 (p. 104), 334, 354, 355 (p. 142), 430, 535, 542, 579, 672, 713, 744, 750, (pp. 281, 283), 806–7, 826 (p. 315), 874, 881, 885, 901, 908, 972, 1035, 1051, 1106, 1120 (p. 440).

-, court of, 745.

-, grand masters of, 189 (p. 70).

Spain, ambassadors in. See also Charles V. ambassadors with:—

English, 745. See Pate, Ric.

French. See Vely, sieur de.

Papal nuncio in, letter to, 665.

Spalatinus, G., the Reformer, letter to, 636.

Spanlards, 189 (p. 67), 972, 1053, 1121, 1155.

Spaniard, a, in Ireland, 189 (p. 71).

Spanish captain (Pedro Gusman), 1019.

Spanish commander, 263 (p. 104).

Spanish doctor of divinity, 859 (p. 335).

Spanish fishermen, 48 (p. 17).

Spanish navy. See Charles V., his expedition to Tunis.

Spanish prince, the. See Philip of Spain.

Spanish ships, 501.

Spanish soldiers, 356, 744, 905, 1145.

Sparke, Roger, 1001 (3).

Speckot (Speccot, Specot, or Spygott), —Lisle's servant, 443–4, 486, 591, 606, 663, 1074.

Speke (Specke), Mr., 118, 211, 1074.

-, Thos., 176, 410, 538:—g. 149 (79).

-, -, letter from, 410.

Spelman, Sir John, justice of the King's Bench, 609 i., 886 i., 974 i.

Spencer, Jas., 478.

-, Leonard, 1031.

-, Ric., g. 962 (11).

Spert, Thos., master of the King's ships, 1148.

Spillesbury, Geo., g. 149 (61).

Splente, 865 (p. 339).

Sporyar, Wm., 937.

Sprynge, John, g. 149 (78).

Spure, Alex., g. 291 (14).

Spyce, —, 1093.

Spygott. See Speckot.

Spynell, Pantelyn, of Genoa, 478.

Squevin, George, 1055.

Stable, Sir Ric., 381.

"Stadium" (in Denmark?), p. 463.

Stafferton, Ric., g. 149 (53).

Stafford, 130, 617, 1098.

-, letter dated at, 130.

Stafford, Henry lord, son of the late duke of Buckingham, 130, 619, 888 ii. ("earl of S.")

-, -, letter from, 130.

Stafford, Cecily, 318 n.

-, George, 1030.

Staffordshire, 619:—g. 149 (75).

Stagshawe (Nthld), 1030 (3)

Stainbrough, Yorks., g. 962 (17).

Staines, Midd., g. 802 (3).

Standish, Alex., rector of Llanormon, 803.

-, (Staundisshe), Ralph, 983:—g. 149 (63).

-, -, letter from, 983.

Stanferry, Yorks., 868.

Stanley Abbey, Wilts., 74 (ii., 2).

-, Thos. Calne, abbot of, commission to, 74.

Stanley, Sir James, his wife, 496 (p. 191).

-, James, g. 149 (63).

-, Peter, 512.

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (70).

Stanstead (Staunstede), 456.

-, letters dated at, 237, 268, 285, 543.

Stanwell, letter dated at, 978.

Stanyngs. See Staynings.

Staple, the, 299, 309, 369, 706.

Staple Inn. See under Calais.

Stapleton castle (Heref.), 170.

Stapleton, Mr., 80.

Star Chamber, the, 43, 457, 503, 815 (p. 310).

Starkey, Dr. Thomas, chaplain to lady Salisbury, afterwards to the King, letters from, 213–19, 575, 580, 801, 1156.

-, -, letters to, 117, 132, 265, 511, 535–6, 542, 576, 579, 581, 672, 785, 874–5, 883.

-, -, other reference to, 220.

State Papers, inventory of, 1179.

Statham, Nic., 478.

Stauber, Laurence, 5, 139:—App. 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letters from, 5, 139.

Staundisshe. See Standish.

Staunton Harcourt, letter dated at, 1098.

Staynings, Walter, 66, 89, 888 ii., 1157.

-, -, his children, 1157.

-, Isabel, wife of Walter, letter from, 1157.

Stebryche. See Sturbridge.

Stellyard (Styllyard), the (Stiliardica Domus), 418:—App. 1160.

Stella, Dr., 33.

Stelman, John, 96.

Stenkalen (a place in Scotland?), p. 468 note.

Stephyns, John, g. 962 (16).

Stepney, Midd., 886 iii., 1068, 1091–2, 1142.

-, letter dated at, 108.

-, vicarage of, 7.

-, -, vicar of. See Heynes, Simon.

Steton, letter dated at, 862.

Steuart. See Stewart.

Steward., Mr., 1000 (Lisles' steward?), 1142 (Cromwell's steward?).

Stewart (Steuart), Adam, 1128.

-, James, 645.

Stewton, Linc., g. 291 (38).

Steyning, Sussex, g. 1158 (12).

Stillington, John, g. 1158 (9).

Stirling (Striveling), letters dated at, 425–6, 469, 711, 818, 855, 889, 1128, 1135–9, 1146–7, 1152–3, 1175.

Stockbridge, Thos., 809 ii.

Stockton, letter dated at, 1005.

Stodarde, John, 888 (2).

Stodeley. See Studley.

Stokbrede, 1046.

Stoke, park of, 1048 vii.

Stoke (Suff.), college of, letter dated at, 934.

Stoke, near Guildford, Surrey, g. 149 (83).

Stoke Goldyngton, Bucks., g. 481 (31).

Stokeheth, Hen., g. 149 (40).

Stokesley, John, bp. of London, 55, 77, 129, 190, 527, 600, 614 (15), 622, 625, 771, 850, 1019, 1043, 1054, 1105, 1125:—g. 149 (41, 42).

-, -, letters from, 55, 77, 1054.

Stokys, Brian, Bridget, Eliz., Margaret, and Robt., g. 962 (4).

Stone, Maria, 888 (2).

-, Will., g. 291 (18).

Stoneley (Stonley), Abbey, 74 (ii., 2).

Stoner, John, g. 149 (19).

Stonley. See Stonel

Stonore, 844.

-, letter dated at, 789.

Stonore (Stonour), Sir Walter, 789, 844:—g. 149 (52, 53).

-, -, letters from, 789, 844.

-, -, letter to, 789 (2).

-, -, his brother John, 844.

Stony Stratford, 278.

Stortford (Storfurde) fair, p. 339.

Story, John, 499.

Stoughton, Gilbert, g. 149 (83).

-, John, g. 149 (83).

Stourton (Sturton), Mr., 718, 888 ii.

Stourton, Sir Will., g. 149 (79).

Stowell, —, 520.

Stowey, letter dated at, 1021.

Stowford, Devon, 574.

Stradlyng, Sir Edw., g. 149 (69).

-, John, g. 291 (51).

Strangways (Strangwais), Sir Giles, g. 149 (59).

-, Hen., g. 149 (59).

-, (Strangwaies), Sir James, g. 149 (72).

-, Sir Thomas, g. 149 (43).

-, Thos., g. 149 (73), 632 (27).

Stratford, letter dated at, 519.

Stratford (Stretford) Abbey, near London, a monk of, 1151.

Stratford (Stratteford) Langthorne Abbey, 74 (2), 297.

-, abbot of, 297.

-, convent of, letter from, 297.

Stratherne, in Scotland, 1153.

Strete, Wm., letter to, 1029.

Stretford. See Stratford.

Strilley alias Bowier, q. v.

Strood (Stroud), Kent, the master of Newark (hospital) in, 888 (2).

Strond, Gloucestersh., g. 962 (7).

Stubbis, —, late "prenytorie" of Common Pleas, 4.

Studdalffe. See Stydall.

Studley (Stodeley), Warw., letter dated at, 390.

-, John Yardley, prior of, letter from, 390.

Sturbridge fair, by Cambridge, 865 (pp. 338–9), 1036.

Sture, John, g. 291 (13).

Sturgeon, John, 208.

Sturton. See Stourton.

Stydall or Stydolff (Studdalffe), Mr., 314:— App. 1179 (p. 477).

-, Thos., 106:—g. 149 (74).

-, -, letter from, 106.

Style, the King's, 52.

Styll, Robt., 407.

Stylman, Anth., g. 149 (60).

Styrstun, 865, p. 339.

Suavenius, Peter, ambassador of Christiern III. of Denmark, 72, 263 (p. 104), 290, 327 (p. 131), 355 (p. 143), 556 (p. 211), 653, 759 ("misso nuncio"):—App. 1159–61, 1163, 1166–91, 1172–3, 1175, 1177–8, 1179 (p. 475).

-, -, letters from, App. 1161, 1163, 1166–9, 1172–3, 1177.

-, -, diary of, App. 1178.

-, -, instructions to, 72.

Subberton. See Soberton.

Subsidy, 147, 627, 738, 850, 917, 956 ii., 968.

Succession, Act of, 856 (1), 858, 867, 1005.

Sudeley. See Sydley.

Suffolk, 25, 263 (p. 104), 1087:—g. 149 (78).

Suffolk, Charles Brandon duke of, 69, 174 (pp. 59, 61), 263 (p. 104), 387 n., 587, 815, 886 i., 892, 894, 974 i., 1061, 1101, 1130.

-, -, his chapel, 894.

Suffy. See Sophy.

Sulcottes, Yorke., 868.

Sulmere, 574.

Sulyard (Syllyard, Suyllyerd, Sulyer), Mr., 24, 66, 119, 422, 708, 939, 1028.

-, John, g. 149 (78).

-, (?) (".. yllard"), R., 474.

Sumerley, prebend of in Chichester, 289 n.

Summner, Steph., 1001 (3).

Sumpton, Joan, g. 291 (13).

-, Walter, g. 291 (13).

Supremacy, The Royal, 31, 78, 79, 190, 292, 294–5, 297, 311, 386 (2), 451, 458, 494, 560, 565–6, 595, 609, 659, 666–7, 704, 726, 786, 799, 803, 814–15, 820, 832, 837 (p. 321), 846, 849, 854, 867, 869, 876, 880 (4), 941, 955, 959, 963, 968, 974 vi., 999, 1075, 1104, 1125.

Supremacy, Act of, 296, 566, 592 (3), 659, 814, 856, 858 (p. 332), 886, 921–2, 933, 996, 1082.

Surian, Antonio, councillor of Venice, 899.

Surre. See Syria.

Surrey, 93, 106, 892:—g. 149 (74).

-, attainted men in, 169.

Surye. See Syria.

Sussex, 391, 530, 1017:—g. 149 (81).

Sussex, Robert Ratcliffe earl of, 22 (2) (See Errata), 276, 587, 865 (p. 339–40).

-, -, letter from, 276.

-, -, his cook, p. 340.

-, -, his players, p. 340.

Suttell, Thomas, deputy of Berwick, 1009.

Suttle, Thog., g. 802 (8).

Sutton, Yorks, 868.

Sutton, Sussex, 362.

Sutton, Surr., 592 (3).

Sutton, —, 459.

-, John, letter from, 908.

-, Thos., mercer, 477.

Suyllyerd. See Sulyard.

Svuerini. See Schwerin.

Swallow, —, 711.

Swalowe, Chr., g. 632 (29).

Swarford, 1101.

Sweden and the Swedes, 651, 1065:—App. 1159, 1176, 1178 (p. 469).

Sweden, Gustavus Vasa king of, 750 (p. 282), 1065:—App. 1159, 1172, 1176, 1179 (p. 463).

-, -, brother-in-law of, 750 (p. 282).

-, -, sister [Margaret] of, 750 (p. 282).

Swevic League, 1061:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Swift (Swyfte), Peter, g. 149 (77).

Swine, wild, 445.

Swiss [soldiers], 744.

Switzerland and the Swiss, 185, 826 (p. 314).

Swygher, James, g. 291 (29).

Swymmor, Robt., prior of St. Germans, in Cornwall, 311.

Sydley or Sedley(qu. Sudeley in Gloucestershire?), 989.

Sydley, Will., g. 149 (40).

Syllyard. See Sulyard.

Symonburn. See Simonburu.

Symonds, Symondes, or Symons:—

(qu. Ralph ?), alderman, 208.

Ralph, 478.

Simon, king's chaplain, 600, 892, 1043, 1054:—g. 1158 (13).

W., 888 ii.

Will., g. 149 (58).

Symonson, John, g. 1158 (1).

Sympson. See Simpson.

Syo. See Seio.

Syon. See Sion.

Syria (Surre, Surye), 17, 459, 672, 874, 1155.

Syston, park of, 1049 vii.

Syzhane, Davy, 951.

T.

T—, Sir William, p. 476.

Tadeaster, 1013–14.

Talbois, lady Eliz., 202:—g. 291 (21).

Talbot, —, of Ireland, who was in the Fleet, 716, 755, 892 (p. 354).

-, -, his servant, 716.

-, Sir John, g. 149 (75).

-, John, sub-dean of Lincoln, g. 149 (78).

Talentyre, —, 310.

Tallaught, in Ireland, 382.

Talmage, Lionel, g. 149 (78).

Tame, Edm., g. 149 (37).

Tame. See Thame.

Tamworth, Mr., 259.

Tarbes, bishop of. See Castelnau, A. de.

Tarporley (Terperlay), Chesh., 1001 (3).

Tarrant nunnery (Terranta Sanctimonialium), 74 (ii., 2).

Tartary, Bigilbas, khan of, 1120.

Tassagard, in Ireland, 382, 449.

Tate, Thos., of Calais, 368, 549, 884.

-, -, servant of, 549.

-, -, signature of, 368.

-, (Tatte), Mr., 443–4.

Tauris, in Persia, 145, 672, 1120.

Taw, river, 574.

Tayler. See Taylor.

Taylarde, Sir Laurence, g. 149 (38).

Taylor (Tayllour), Mr., 208.

-, Dr. (died 1534), 730 n.

-, Brian, g. 149 (43), 291 (41).

-, (Tayler, Tayllour), George, the Queen's receiver, 15, 110, 119, 123, 184, 232, 353, 358, 371, 378, 545, 664, 860.

-, -, letters from, 110, 123, 371 860.

-, Geo., 278.

-, Giles, 1133.

-, Jas., g. 481 (10).

-, (Tayller), John, 478, 888 (2).

Tebolde, Thos., letters from, 33, 1151.

Teddington (Todyngton), Middx., 609:—g. 802 (5).

Tedrington. See Titherington.

Tehedy manor, 574.

Teklenborch, count of, 1177.

Teling, John, 226.

Temeswar, Petrovitch, count of, 91 iii.

Tempest, Sir Ric., 863, 946, 984, 991–3, 994–5, 1046:—g. 149 (72).

-, -, letters from, 863, 946, 992–3.

-, -, his house in Craven, 994.

-, Sir Thos., 169 (2), 696, 700:—g. 149 (56, 73).

-, -, letter from, 700.

-, -, signature of, 696.

-, -, sen., g. 149 (65).

Tenby, mayor of, 466.

Tenterden, Kent, g. 1158 (21).

Tenths, 129, 174 (p. 59), 838, 1082:—g. 149 (35–82).

Terouenne (Terwene), 279, 1001 (3).

Terperlay. See Tarporley.

Terranta. See Tarrant.

Teshe, Tristram, registrar of York, 32, 67, 235, 284, 945, 952, 969, 1107:—g. 149 [...]2).

Tetteburne (Tichbourne, Hants?), 574.

Tewkesbury, 989:—g. 1158 (35).

Tewkesbury Abbey, letter dated at, 1130.

Tewkesbury, Marg., abbess of monastery of Godstowe, g. 291 (59).

Textoris, Jodocius, g. 481 (1).

Teye, Thos., g. 149 (36).

Thacker, Thos., Cromwell's servant, 1003, 1142.

-, -, letter from, 1142.

Thakker. See Thatcher.

Thalassius, J. Gislenus, letter from, 831.

Thamasse, Ireland, 449.

Thame, Oxon, 789.

Thame, prebendary of. See Rayne, John.

Thame Abbey, 74 (2).

Thames, the River, 174, 226, 263 (p. 105).

Thecher, Thos., g. 962 (30).

Theiss, the river, 91 iii.

Theodoric, James, 888 ii.:—g. 291 (32).

Theology, 451–2.

Therbes. See Tarbes.

Thernell, Will., g. 149 (59).

Therouenne, in Artois. See Terouenne.

Thetford, Norf., 420, 611, 809.

-, prior of, 809.

-, St. Peter's, 611.

-, priory of, 834.

Thirlby (Thyrleby), Dr. Thos., afterwards bp. of Westminster, 1063.

Thomas, John, g. 149 (50, 58), 1158 (4).

-, Sampson, mayor of Southampton, letter from, 864.

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (39, 71).

-, Will., g. 149 (76).

-, Will. John, g. 149 (69).

-, Sir Wm., Ap. 318.

-, -, Dame Mawte, a kinswoman of, 318.

Thomaston, in Ireland, 881.

Thompson, Edward, mayor of Cambridge, letter from, 727.

-, Oliver, 1046.

Thornam, Mr., 856 (54).

Thornbury, Glouc., 989, 1048.

Thorne, Nic., g. 149 (80).

Thornton, Percival, g. 962 (25).

-, Ric., g. 962 (25).

-, Thos., 888 (2).

Thornton (Thorneton), Wm., 856 (37, 42, 46, 49, 54), 888 (2).

Thorpe, Yorks. See also Bishopsthorpe.

-, letters dated at, 235, 277, 284, 463, 1107.

-, Wm., 312 iv.

Thorton, John, 888 (2).

Thouarnay. See Tournay.

Throcking (Throkkym), Herts, g. 481 (13).

Throgmorton (Throkmarton), Sir George, 26, 229:—g. 149 (62).

-, -, letters from, 26, 229.

-, -, one of his daughters, 229.

-, -, his son Kenelm, 229.

-, Michael, 117 n., 536.

-, -, letter from, 536.

-, -, his brother and sister, 536.

Throughgood, John, office of the Buttery, g. 291 (6).

Thruxton (Thrukstone), Herts, 989.

Thurmode, Ric., 770.

Thurmubal, Thos., 482.

Thwaites (Twaytes), —, priest, 457.

-, Edw., 347.

-, John, 1046.

-, Wm., g. 802 (8).

Thwyng, Geo., g. 962 (4).

Thynne, Wm., g. 1158 (10).

Thystelworthe. See Isleworth.

Tibault, Guillaume, 281.

Tichebourne, Nich., sen., g. 149 (77).

Tickencote (Tytyncote), Rutl., g. 962 (11).

Tigris, river, 1120.

Tile, John, 146.

Tiltey Abbey, 188, 728–9.

-, letter dated at, 188.

Tirell. See Tyrrell.

Tirvylle. See Turvylle.

Tiseman, Matthew, g. 481 (19).

Tison (Tyson), —, 24, 178, 231.

Tisted East (Estysted), Hants, letter dated at, 102.

Titchfield, Hants, Lisle's tenants in, 1089.

Titchmarsh, Northants., letter dated at, 608.

Titherington (Tedrington), Glouc., 1048 v.

Tochet, Thos., 416.

Tockington (Tokynton), 1048 ix.

Todderdesmylle, Kent, g. 1158 (15).

Tolles. See Tooles.

Tolleshunt, Essex (Tulsunt), 865 (p. 340).

Tolynson, John, 1133.

Tomlingsone, John, parson of Harristone, 770.

Toney, Thos., g. 149 (38).

Tonge (Tong), Ric., tailor, 280, 423–4.

Tonlieu, the Great, of the Emperor, A. Chocquart, receiver of, 1055.

Tonys. See Tunis.

Tooles (Tolles), the, Irish family, 382.

Topcliffe (Toplif), Yorks., 100, 991.

-, letters dated at, 80, 100, 166, 255, 266, 991, 1013–14.

Topclyf, Gilbert, g. 802 (8).

Topige, John, g. 291 (60).

Torne. See Tournay.

Torneham. See Tournehem.

Torre, John, 612.

Torrington (Toryton), Little, Devon, 574.

Tortington, Suss., Thos., late prior of, 612 iv.

Totehill, Anth., g. 291 (19).

Toteryche,—, 865 (p. 338).

Toulouse, 125.

-, woad, g. 481 (27).

Tounesend. See Townsend.

Tournay (Tourney), 794.

Tournay (Tourney, Turney, Torne, Thouarnay), Henry, soldier of Calais, 903, 1090–4.

Tournehem (Turneyham, Torneham), in Flanders, 279, 356.

Tourney. See Tournay.

Tournon, Francis de, abp. of Bourges, cardinal, 750 (p. 282), 1060, 1144 ii.

Tournour, John. See Turnour.

Tovie, Robt., g. 291 (55).

Towers, Will., g. 291 (6).

Townesend (Tounesend), Dr., 1063.

-, Rob, g. 149 (43).

-, Sir Roger, 740:—g. 142 (43).

-, -, letter from, 740.

Townley, Sir John, g. 149 (63).

Tracy, Mr., 171.

-, Andrew, 289.

-, [Will.], his books, 406.

Tradaff. See Drogheda.

Traffis, Ric., 478.

Trafford, —, appointed prior of the Charterhouse, Smithfield, 585.

-, Edm., g. 149 (63).

-, (Traford), Wm., proctor of Bevall, 560, 692.

Traitorous words, 61.

Trani, cardinal of, 713 (p. 268).

Transylvania, 91.

-, Waywode of. See Scepuse, John count.

Trapnell, —("young T."), 86.

Trappys (Trappis), Rob., 208, 478.

-, -, signature of, 208.

Traps, Mr., 208.

Travers, John, 981.

Treasonable words, 196, 858.

Treasurer, Lord High. See Norfolk, Thos. duke of.

Treasurer, Mr., 44 (Fitzwilliam?).

-, -, (of Calais). See Fowler, Robt.

Treffrye, Thos., 676, 743:—g. 149 (50).

Tregean, John, g. 149 (50), 1158 (4).

Tregonwell (Tregunwell), John, Ll.D. principal judge of the Admiralty, 73 299, 565, 659, 974 vi.

-, -, commission to, 73.

Trenchard, Sir Thos., g. 149 (59).

Trent, river, 696.

Trentham, Thos., g. 632 (30).

Tresham, Sir Thos., g. 149 (46).

Tresham, Wm., commissary of Oxford, 967.

Trevanyon, Sir Hugh, g. 149 (50).

Treves, natives of, g. 481 (10, 20).

Trevilliana Villa, in Italy, 761–2.

Trevylian, Humph., g. 149 (50).

Trewardreth, Cornw., prior of, letter to, 743.

Trice, —, 479.

Trim (Trym, Tryme), in Ireland, 222, 382, 449, 755.

Trimletiston, Sir John Barnewell, lord, chancellor of Ireland, 82, 382, 448, 695, 755, 880, 973, 1081, 1112.

-, -, signature of, 448, 695, 880.

Trofte, Peter, g. 634 (5).

Trogyan, —, 574.

Trogyn, Mr., 205.

Trotter, Hugh, g. 149 (79).

Trowley, house of, in Staffordshire, 11.

Trym. See Trim.

Trymletiston. See Trimletiston.

Tuchyt, John, 691.

Tudiscos. See German soldiers.

Tuke (Tywke), Sir Brian, treasurer of the Chamber, 97, 119, 422, 478, 832, 888 ii., 906, 1078:—g. 149 (17, 36).

-, -, his clerk. See Hawte, Alan.

-, -, his handwriting, 832.

Tullo manor, in Ireland, 881.

Tulsunt. See Tolleshunt.

Tunis (Tonys), 48 (p. 16), 189 (p. 70), 233 (p. 92), 263 (p. 103), 272, 459, 542 744, 826 (p. 316), 874, 876, 904–5, 972, 1051, 1071, 1120 ii., 1144 ii., 1145, 1155.

Tunis, the king of, 542, 905, 1053.

Tunis, expedition, 672 (navy).

Tunstall, Cuthbert, bp. of Durham, formerly bp. of London, 126, 235, 265, 311, 475, 600, 696, 849, 854, 869, 975, 1005, 1082. g. 149 (65), 802 (10, 11).

-, -, acknowledgment by, 849.

-, -, letters from, 126, 1005, 1082.

-, -, signature of, 696.

Tunstall, Sir Marmaduke, 1008, 1029, 1030 (2), 1108, 1133:—g. 149 (63).

-, -, letter from, 1133.

-, -, his cook, 1029.

Turk, the. See Solyman II.

Turkey (Turke), 1051, 1071, 1155.

Turks, 132, 163, 185, 286, 375, 697 (2), 753, 1120, 1144, 1155:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

Turnbull, Thos., 482.

Turney. See Tournay.

Turneyham. See Tournehem.

Turnor (Tournour), John, 1029:—g. 149 (46), 1158 (4).

Turvyle, Sir Will., 315:—g. 149 (45).

-, -, letter from, 315.

Turvylle (Tirvylle), Mr., 351:—App. 1179 (p. 476).

Turwyn (qu. Therouenne ?), 279.

Twaytes. See Thwaites.

Turzona, D., 91 ii.

Tuscany (Etruria), 523, 1121.

Tutbury, Staff., the prior of (died 1535), 11, 56.

-, prior of, 682, 775.

-, subprior of. See Meverell, Dan Arthur.

Tutivillus (Tytevill, Titivil), the demon, 663 n.

Tweddale, Robt., alias Hobe, 310.

Twesylton, Mr., dec., 208.

Twining (Twynnynge), Gloue., letter dated at, 503.

Twyfford, Edw., 528.

Twynnam,—, 357.

Twynnynge. See Twining.

Twysell, Thos., g. 149 (37).

Tybault,—, 309.

Tybbanson, Egbart, g. 291 (44).

Tyburn. See under London.

Tydder, Ric., 737.

Tylar, Wm., g. 634 (7).

Tyllet, Edm., 196.

Tymmys, Ric., g. 632 (35).

Tynbegh, Wm., late prior of the Charterhouse, London, 613.

Tyndale, Wm., 406, 1151.

-, -, his books, 406.

Tyndley, Mr., 208.

Tynedale, Nthld., 1082.

Tyre, Thos., g. 149 (45, 62).

Tyrrell (Tyrel),—, 283.

-, —, an Irishman, 881.

-, -, his castle, 881.

-, Edw., g. 149 (36).

-, John, g. 149 (36), 802 (10, 11).

-, Sir Thos., of Gipping, g. 149 (78).

-, Thos., signature of, 196.

-, Wm., 653.

Tyrwhit, Sir Rob., g. 149 (43).

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (43).

Tytyncote. See Tickencote.

Tyson. See Tison.

Tywke. See Tuke.

U.

Ublchez (?), the earl of, and his brother, p. 145.

Ulcombe, Kent, g. 149 (40).

Umberleigh (Womberlegh), in Atherington parish, Devon, 574, 1040.

-, letter dated at, 109, 658, 678 (?), 1040.

Umfrevile, Sir Robt., 700.

Undehem (Undenheim ?, in Germany), 831.

Undercombe, Will., g. 149 (34).

Unnowe (Germany?), g. 291 (52).

Uppingham, Rutland, g. 149 (10).

Upton on Severn, g. 632 (22).

Urbino, duchy of, 17, 117.

Urbino, duchess of. See Medicis, Kath de.

Urbino (Urban), Francis-Maria da Ruvere duke of, (duke of Sora), rival of Katharine de Medicis, 17, 33 (2), 132, 189 (p.70), 233, 251 (p. 96), 535, 579, 713, 806–7, 826 (p. 316), 874, 1035.

-, -, his son, 713, 1035.

Urmestrong (Armestrong, Urmyston, &c. in previous vols.), Clement, 453.

Uscumbe (Devon?), 460.

Uses and Wills, 892.

Utrecht, 826 (p. 316):—g.291 (40, 44).

-, diocese of, g. 291 (39).

Uvedale, John, secretary to queen Anne, g. 149 (30).

-, Sir Wm., g. 1158 (10).

V.

Vachell, Thos., g. 149 (53).

Vachin', Vachn', or Vichyn:—

Griffith ap Robert, g. 149 (66, 67).

John ap Howell, g. 149 (66, 67).

Ric. ap Howell ap Jevan, g. 149 (66, 67).

Vaghan. See Vaughan.

Vaivoda. See Scepuse, John count.

Valecrosse, in Wales. See Valle Crucis.

Valensis, Peter, g. 149 (4).

Vale Royal (Wallryall) Abbey, Chesh., 1056.

-, abbot of (died 1535), 348, 1056.

-, -, letter to, 348.

Valle Crucis, Robert Salisbury, abbot of, 789, 1001 (3).

Vallence, Mr., 618.

Vandalicæ civitates (the Wendish towns), 1170–1.

Vanderscluse, Francis, g. 962 (15).

Vane, Hen., g. 962 (1).

Vannes, Peter, Latin secretary, Papal collector in England, 17, 91, 112, 128 n., 167, 233, 284, 522, 525, 622, 888 ii., 1076:—g. 632 (14).

-, -, letter to, 622.

-, -, his handwriting, 91, 223, 233, 522.

-, -, signature, 522.

Varadin. See Waradin.

Varda, in Hungary, 91 iii.

Vassiani (a tribe in Hungary ?), 91 iii.

Vasti, marquis. See Guasto, marquis del.

Vaughan, Stephen, 158, 206, 299–304, 392, 606, 752.

-, -, letters from, 299–304, 392, 752.

-, -, letter to, 158.

-, -, his wife, 302.

-, -, his wife's brother, 300–1.

Vaughan (Vaghan), Hen., g. 149 (71).

-, Hugh, 1142.

-, Hugh, rector of Mistley, commissary to the bp. of London, 625.

-, James, g. 149 (71).

-, John, g. 632 (2).

-, Rog., of Clerowe, g. 149 (71).

-, -, of Rushehoke, g. 149 (71).

-, Will., g. 149 (71).

-, Will., of Kylgarent, g. 149 (71).

Vaughans, the, 509.

Vaux (Vaullx), John Joachim de Passano, sieur de, former French ambassador in England, 750 (p. 282).

-, -, a chaplain of.See Ponte, Johannes de.

Vaux, Thos. lord Harrowden, g. 962 (30).

Vavasour, Sir Peter, g. 149 (72).

Vaws, Robert, parson of Over Wallop, 20.

Veere or Campvere, Walcheren Island, 162:—App. 1177, 1178 (pp. 467, 473).

Veere (Vere), the lord, 258.

Velez, Don Pedro, 1019.

Vely, Claude Dodieu, sieur de, French ambassador with the Emperor, 271, 286, 429, 629, 782, 876.

Venables, Randolph, 496.

-, William, 496 (p. 191):—g. 149 (70).

Vendôme, Charles duke of, 116, 429 (p. 168), 430, 817, 1135–7.

-, -, letter to, 1137.

-, -, his eldest daughter. See Mary.

Venetian ambassador. See Capello, Carlo.

Venetian secretary, vice-ambassador in England, 590 (p. 223), 876.

Venetians, the. See Venice.

Venice (city of), 117, 251 (p. 96), 263 (p. 103), 542, 590, 712–3, 750 (p. 283), 826 (p. 315), 874, 899, 948 (p. 372), 972, 1052, 1071, 1121 (p. 440).

-, letters dated at, 132, 265, 373, 511, 535–6, 542, 579, 581, 672, 830, 874, 883, 899.

-, S. Simeone, 542.

-, merchants of, g. 481 (22).

-, native of, g. 481 (12).

Venice, republic of (the Venetians, signory, &c.), 33 (2), 182 (p. 64), 198, 217 (p. 84), 233, 251 (p. 96), 875, 899, 1052, 1071, 1121:—App. 1159.

Doge of, 875.

senate of, 199, 875.

governors of, 899.

ambassador of Ferrara in, 899.

Imperial ambassador at, 972.

Vere. See Veere.

Vergil. See Virgil.

Verney, John, 1101, 1130.

Vernia Regia, in Hungary, 91 iii.

Vernon, —, 584.

-, John, g. 149 (17, 75).

-, Margaret, letter from, 108.

-, Thos., g. 149 (76).

Verona, 542, 762.

Verona, bp. of, 761–2, 986.

Vervins, Jacques de Coucy sieur de, letters from, 90, 379.

Vibergen'. See Wiburg.

Vice-treasurer [of Calais], Mr. See Fowler, Robt.

Victualling of London, 1047.

Vichyn. See Vachin'.

[Vielleville], Sir Rowland, 475, 925.

Vienna, 91, 672, 713, 807–8, 874, 972, 1052, 1121 (p. 440).

-, Papal nuncio at, 808, 972, 1052, 1121 (p. 440), 1144.

-, -, secretary of, 808.

-, Turkish ambassador at, 808, 972, 1052, 1144.

-, Waywode's ambassadors at, 874.

Villandroy, Mons. de, 246.

Villayne, Marinus le, g. 481 (20).

Villers, Chr., g. 149 (45).

-, Sir John, g. 149 (45).

Vine, the, Lord Sandes' place in letters dated at, 86, 350, 389, 1034.

Virgil (Vergil), Polydore, 51.

Visitation of religious houses. Monasteries.

Vivaldi, Ant., 478, 892:—g. 1158 (5).

-, Mary, g. 1158 (5).

Vives, Lewis, the scholar, p. 383.

Vivian, Rob., g. 149 (50).

Volusene, Florence, 856 (43).

Vowell, Thos., g. 632 (7).

Vuluiurer. See Wollenwever.

Vulweffer. See Wollenwever.

Vycars, —, 1083.

Vynes, Jas. de, g. 1158 (1).

Vyon, Gerard, 116.



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