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'Index: C, D, E', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 424-437. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75688 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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C.D.E.

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Cacheman, Will., g. 1063 (14).

Caddington (Cadyngton), Herts, App. 12.

Caerleon (Carlions), Monm., 510 ii.:—g. 236 (1).

Cæsis or Cesis, Paulus Æmilius de, Cardinal, 249, 268 ("deputies"), 269 ("three cardinals").

Cagliari (Cailler), in Sardinia, 602.

Cagliari, abp. of, 602 (p. 203).

Cahermon, in Ireland, 556.

Cailler. See Cagliari.

Calabria (Calabre), in Italy, 658 (p. 222), 827, 981 (p. 330).

Calais (Callys), 4, 9, 10, 50, 54, 60, 62, 72, 87, 93, 106, 110, 118, 142, 146, 192, 214, 234 (p. 78), 243, 255, 300, 319, 333, 374, 412, 459, 467, 526, 535, 541–2, 548, 561, 566 (p 188), 582–3, 599, 631, 634, 642, 649, 700, 716, 732, 738, 759, 766, 787, 791, 802, 809, 812, 817, 820, 827, 830 (p. 279), 878, 891–2, 894, 901, 912, 938, 996, 998, 1007, 1022–3, 1026, 1038, 1121:—App. 15–20.

-, letters dated at, 26, 62, 118, 192, 195, 255, 263, 319, 352, 400, 416, 440, 552, 612, 623, 676, 802–3, 875, 891, 933, 955, 1033 ii.

Calais, Act concerning woods in the marches, 1023.

-, brewing at, 1022–3.

-, commission for, g. 236 (3).

-, commissioners for, 4, 10, 50, 118, 142, 192, 255, 440, 535, 599, 766, 803, 891.

-, -, letter from, 192.

-, council of, 118, 192, 787, 802, 938, 1057, 1121:—App. 16.

-, -, letter to, 938.

Calais, officers, &c. in:—

Aldermen of, 1057.

Captains, g. 236 (3).

Commissary for. See Butler, John.

Comptroller. See Howard, Lord Edm.

Comptrollership of, 73, 897.

Deputy, g. 236 (3). See also Lisle, Arthur viscount.

Knight porter. See Palmer, Sir Thos.

Marshal of, 525. See also Grenville, Sir Ric., who succeeded Sir E. Ryngeley in 1535.

Mayor of, 192, 535 (see Errata), 850, 938, 1057:—App. 17:—g. 236 (3).

Retinue of, 535:—App. 16.

-, wages of, App. 16.

Spear of, a, g. 236 (11).

Treasurer, letter to, 759.

Vice-treasurer. See Fowler, Robt.

Water bailiff. See Cokeson, John.

Calais, places in and about:—

Beauchamp (Becham) tower, 552.

Bollayne Gate, 891.

Bosums Inn, 319.

Braye walls, 932.

The Cawsey, 1023.

Develyn tower, 552.

Dikeland, 192 (2), 891.

English pale, 700.

Exchequer, 891, 955, 1023.

Fortifications or works at, 26, 110, 817, 891, 932.

Great Frere Street, 93.

The Haven, 192 (2).

Kyrbie Tower, 891.

Lantern Gate, Hospital of Sisters without, 700.

Mark. See under M.

Middleway, 1023.

Newenham Bridge (Newnambryge, Newingham), 192, 195, 817, 891:—g. 236 (3).

Oye Sluice, g. 236 (3).

Pryinceyn Bulwark, 891.

Risebank (Rysbank), 192, 817:—g. 236 (3).

St. George's, priest of, 1057.

St. Mary's, curate of, 561.

St. Peter's, 561, 938:—g. 1063 (3).

Sandegate 891.

Sandingfield (Stanyngfyld) priory, 400, 700.

-, master of, 700, 820.

Staple of, 552, 716:—App. 18–20.

-, indenture with the King, 716.

-, mayor of, 26, 817.

-, treasurer of, 26.

Staple Hall, in the market-place, 716.

Staple House or Inn, 716, 817, 891:—App. 18.

Staple prison, 716.

Works at, 552.

the Wyndebanks, 416.

Calard, Mr., 114.

Calceby, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Calder (Cawdre) abbey, Cumb., 1173 ii.

Calenayghes, the, Irish family, 515.

Cales (qu. Châlons ? q. v.)

Calibea Castle, in Africa, 602 (p. 204).

Calkwell, near Calais, 897, 924.

Call, Dr., provincial of the Grey Friars, 301.

Callan, in Ireland, 556.

Caloughdon (within the liberties of Coventry), letter dated at, 44.

Calthrope, Edward, 785.

-, Sir Fras., 785.

Calvy, college of, in Paris, 94, 95, 709.

-, -, principal of, 94, 95.

Calylond, Cornw., 480.

Calywery Margaret, letter from, 900.

Camarino. See Camerino.

Camberye. See Canonbury.

Cambray, 143, 175, 295, 434.

-, interview at. See under the Queens Mary and Eleanor.

Cambray, the treaty of (A.D. 1529), 912.

Cambridge, 208, 472, 615–16, 661, 664, 708, 977, 1107.

-, letters dated at, 208, 651, 661, 694.

-, Black Friars, 1097.

-, -, prior of, 1097.

-, St. Mary's Church, 664, 977.

-, Sturbridge or Stourbridge, fair at, 208, 252, 278, 697, 977.

-, the Tolbooth, 208, 278, 615, 977.

-, letters to the mayor and burgesses of, 278, 615, 977.

Cambridge University, 208, 265, 278, 424, 615–16, 661, 664, 666, 694, 708, 727, 743, 762, 977.

Injunctions for, 424, 615 (2).

Chancellor, 208. See also Cromwell, Thos.

Vice-Chancellor, 977. See also Crayforde, John.

-, his deputy, 977.

Benet College, 615 (2).

Buckingham College, 615 (2).

Christ's College, 615 (2).

Clare Hall, 615 (2).

Corpus Christi College, letter from, 667.

Gonvile Hall, 615 (2).

Jesus College, 615 (2).

King's College, 403 n, 615 (2).

-, provost of. See Foxe, bp. of Hereford.

King's Hall, 615 (2).

Michael House, 615 (2).

Pembroke Hall, 615 (2).

Peter House, 615 (2).

Queen's College, 615 (2).

St. John's College, 615 (2).

-, master of. See Shorton, Robert. Trinity Hall, 615 (2).

Cambridgeshire and Hunts, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Payton, Sir Rob. (1535–6).

Camden. See Campden.

Camerarius, Joachim, letter to, 222, 546, 1013.

Camerino (Camarino), in Italy, 565, 658 (p. 221), 827, 937.

-, the affair (disputed succession) of, 827, 937.

Campden (Camden), Glouc., 429:—g. 914 (36).

Campeggio, Lawrence, Cardinal, 249, 268 ("deputies"), 269 ("three cardinals"), 1007, 1028.

-, -, his son John Baptist, bp. of Minorca, 1028.

Campensis (il Campense), John, 104, 127, 512.

-, -, letter from, 104.

Campes, John, 878.

Campion, —, 951.

-, Ralph, 1155.

Camps, park, 485.

Canbury or Canbyry. See Canonbury.

Candeler, Candelar, or Candler, Rob., 60, 266, 377, 461 ("the master").

Candes. See Cavendish.

Candisshe or Candix. See Cavendish.

Candler. See Candeler.

Candyshe. See Cavendish.

Canetta, Marquis of, Imperial Viceroy of Navarre, 33.

Canfield West (Westchanfeld), Essex, parsonage of, g. 729 (18).

Cannonis, Mr., 134.

Canonbury (Canbyry, Canbury, Camberye), Midd., 66, 105–6, 478, 778.

Canons Ashby, Nthants, 457.

-, prior of, 457.

-, late prior of, 457.

-, sub-prior of, 457.

Canterbury, 110 (p. 32), 234, 353, 534, 633, 668–9, 799, 964 (p. 323).

-, letters dated at, 550, 707, 744, 783, 828–9, 832, 840, 880, 1026.

-, Christchurch, 534, 550, 633, 668–9, 686, 707, 784, 832, 840, 879, 881, 1026, 1066, 1105.

-, -, petition of, 784, 879.

-, -, cellarer of, 686.

-, -, jewels and plate of, 534, 881.

-, -, Thos. Goldwell, prior of, 550, 707, 783, 832, 879, 881, 1066.

-, -, -, letters from, 550, 707, 783, 832.

-, -, sub-prior of. See Dunston, John.

-, -, warden of the manors. See Thorindon, Dr.

-, -, wardenship of the manors, 828.

-, Grey Friars, 789.

-, -, warden of, 789 ii.

-, -, late warden of. See Arthur, Friar John.

-, St. Augustine's abbey, 669, 774, 1105.

-, -, John abbot of, 669, 744.

-, -, -, letter from, 744.

-, town clerk of, 534.

Canterbury, abp. of, 6, 41, 301, 1105, 1110. See also Cranmer, Thos.

-, -, his commissary, 1105.

Canterbury, archd. of, 1105.

Cantonus, —, 129.

Capeheton. See Capheaton.

Capell, Sir Giles, letter from, 855.

-, Mary, wife of Sir Giles, 671, 855.

-, -, letter from, 671.

Capheaton (Capeheton), Nthld., 1078.

Capon, John, bishop of Bangor. See Salcot, John.

-, Dr. William, 279.

Capua, Nic. Schomberg abp. of, cardinal, 82, 1000, 1007.

-, -, letter from, 82.

Caracciolo, Marino, Cardinal, prothonotary, letter to, 82.

Caramanie, in Asia Minor, 206.

Cardiff, letter dated at, 806.

Cardinals, 15, 728, 941:—App. 7.

-, Consistory or College of, 249, 268–9, 813, 893, 931, 944, 983, 999, 1006–7, 1024.

-, -, letter to, 77.

Carew, Sir Nicholas, master of the Horse, 662, 811. See also Caro.

-, -, letter from, 662.

Carewe, Weymont, 555.

Carington, Wm., 1167.

Carkk, Wm., 1059.

Carleton, Ntht., 697.

Carleton, Geo., 1041.

Carlingford Castle, in Ireland, 515.

Carlions. See Caerlon.

Carlisle, bpric. of, App. 11.

Carlow (Catherlagh), castle of, in Ireland, 515.

Carlyon. See Caerleon.

Carnaby, Sir, Reynold, 142, 371 (4), 895.

-, -, letter from, 89.

Carnaby, Wm., 371 (4).

Carnarvon, g. 914 (14).

-, castle of, constable of. See Puleston, serjeant.

Carne, Edw., LL.D., 549, 690.

Carnforth (Carneford), Lanc., 427.

Caro (Carew?), M're, 567.

Carpentras, in Italy, 867.

Carrigogunnell (Carygogullyn) castle, in Ireland 556.

Carrill, Thos., 478.

Carter, Sir Thos., sheriff of Oxon and Berks (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

-, Thos., g. 914 (12).

-, Thos., pirate, 560, 866, 1031, 1098.

Carthusians, Order of, 8, 11, 49, 80, 200.

-, letter to the primate and council of, 80.

-, letter to the priors of, 11.

Carthusian, the most learned in London, 143.

Carthusian martyr, a (qu. Houghton ?), 873 (p. 294).

Carthusian monks and others (martyred in 1535), 84, 143, 148, 157, 249 (p. 85), 295, 557, 559, 588 ("those holy men"), 827, 947.

Cartmell priory, Lauc., 1173 ii.

Cartusia. See Chartreuse.

Cartwright, Will., g. 504 (5).

Carygogullyn. See Carrigogunnell.

Casale (Cassalys), Sir Gregory Da, 202, 240, 325, 492, 498, 658, 926, 999, 1024.

-, -, letters from, 202, 658, 1024.

-, -, letters to, 240, 926.

Casale, John Baptist da, prothonotary, brother of Sir, Gregory, English ambassador at Venice, prisoner at Vienna, 202.

Casale, Francisco da, brother of Sir Gregory, 658 (p. 221), 999, 1024.

-, -, letter from, 999.

Cashel (Casschell), in Ireland, 556 (p. 184).

Cassadiablo (Cassidiable or Catsadyable), 526 ii., 602 (p. 204).

Cassalys. See Casale.

Casschell. See Cashel.

Cassel, in Germany, 1018 (p. 348).

Cassius, Sp., example of, cited, 198 (p. 63).

Castell, Mrs., 69.

Castelnau, Anthony de, bp. of Tarbes (1534–9), nephew of card. Grammont, French ambassador in England, 17, 58, 107, 178, 356, 434, 566–7, 594 (p. 197), 732–3, 861, 873 (p. 294), 964 (p. 323–4), 965, 987–8, 1036 (p. 358), 1061.

-, -, letters from, 107, 566.

-, -, his brother, 964 (p. 323).

Castelyn, Wm., 330.

Castlejordan (Castle Iredayne), in Ireland, letter dated at, 173, 197.

Catalonia, in Spain, 238.

Catesby Nunnery, Nthants, 457.

-, prioress of, 457.

Catisbie, Jo., 697.

Catharine. See Katharine.

Catharlagh. See Carlow.

Catton, Robt., App. 3.

Cave, Sir Ambrose, knight of St. John, g. 1063 (4).

Cavelare (Kavelare), Aut., g. 1063 (5).

Cavelcar, Helene, 234 (p. 78).

Cavenagh. See Kavanagh.

Cavendish, Suff., letter dated at, 801.

Cavendish (Candisshe, Candyshe, Candes, Candix), Ric., sent with Bonner to Denmark and Lubeck, 17, 23, 43, 58, 217, 246, 286, 287 (see notes), 290, 309, 323, 434:—App. 5.

-, -, letter from, 23.

-, -, letter to, 290 (2).

-, -, safe-conduct for, 286.

Cavendish,— 234.

-, Ric., g. 1063 (5).

Cavenham, Suff., g. 1063 (7).

Cavytt, John, 1147 (p. 392).

Cawdre. See Calder.

Cawse, Walter, 362.

Cecil, Sir Wm., Lord Burghley (queen Elizabeth's minister), handwriting of, 540.

Cecil (Cicell), Ric., 611.

Cerne, Dors., letter dated at, 256.

-, abbey of, 256.

-, -, abbot of, 256.

Cesarini, Alexander, Cardinal, papal legate to the Emperor, 981 (p. 330).

Cesis. See Cæsis.

Chabot, Philip de. See Brion, Sieur de.

Chaffecombe or Chalcombe, Nthants., 457.

-, prior of, 457.

Chaffecombe alias Macye, John, late abbot of Bruerne, 493.

Chalke, Wilts, 271.

Chalmont. See Chaumont.

Chaloner, Roger, 478 (pp. 156–7).

Châlons, letter dated at, 281, 971.

Châlons, bp. of, 298.

Chamber, Edw., 662.

-, Geoff., App. 12. See also Chambre.

Chamberis, Sir Philip, 699. (See Errata.)

Chamberlain, Lord. See Sanders, W. Lord.

Chamberlain, Sir Edw., 1050.

Chamberlain (Chamberlen, Chamberleyn, &c.), —, 648, 917.

-, Davy, g. 1063 (3).

-, John, 792.

Chambre, John, M.D., King's physician, g. 729 (16).

Chamer, George, 637.

-, Robt., 637.

Chamond, Sir Thos., g. 914 (22).

Champeneys. See Champneys.

Champeron (Chamberis), Sir Philip, 699 (see Errata):—g. 914. (22).

Champion,—, Cranmer's Chaplain, 869.

Champaneys or Champeneys, Sir John, mayor of London (1534–5), 28, 83, 85, 106, 122, 151, 220, 273, 279, 341, 451, 614, 689.

Chancellor, Lord. See Audeley, Sir Thos.

Chancery, 158, 176, 358, 464, 488, 553, 890, 897, 950, 1114, 1165.

-, a master in, App. 6.

Chapell, Wm., mayor of Winchelsea, letter from, 474.

Chapel Royal, dean of. See Sampson, Ric.

Chapleyn, John, 791.

Chapuys, Eustace, ambassador of Charles V., letters from, 17, 18, 58, 89, 178, 287, 356–7, 376, 434–5, 594–5, 732–3, 776–7, 861–2, 964–5, 987–8, 1036 7, 1050.

-, -, letters to, 326, 449, 484, 665, 972, 1035.

-, -,other references to, 43, 71, 143, 217, 220, 249, 330, 557, 566 (p. 187–8), 567, 587, 596, 681, 774, 873, 966–7, 983, 1037, 1039.

Charborough, Dorset, 1138–9, 1141, 1144.

Chard, Thos., prior quondam of Montacute, suffragan bp. of Solubriensis, 1126–7.

Charles V., emperor (Cæsar), letters from, 665, 674, 827, 972,–3, 975, 1035–6.

-, letters to, 17, 58, 75, 81, 178, 270, 287, 356, 484, 565, 587, 594, 601, 718, 732, 770, 774–6, 804, 861, 899, 904, 937, 961, 964, 966, 987

-, other references to, 15, 33, 48, 79, 82, 89, 103, 127, 148, 153, 175, 202, 205, 207, 213, 238, 249, 267, 270, 275, 281, 308, 326, 330, 337–8, 357, 376, 390, 397, 435, 443, 449, 459, 469, 482, 484, 490, 494, 499, 512 (p.168), 514, 526, 540, 545–8, 557, 559, 566 (pp.188–9), 591, 595–6, 602, 613, 658–9, 687, 733, 758, 777, 819, 826, 838, 847, 862, (p. 290), 867–8, 873, 903, 906, 910, 912, 917, 920, 922, 927, 939–40, 947, 953, 965, 971, 981, 988, 999, 1000, 1007, 1012, 1018, 1019, 1021, 1028–30, 1038, 1061:—App. 5, 7, 8.

Charles V., ambassadors with:—

English. See Pate, Ric.

Ferrara, 602.

French. See Vely, Claude sieur de.

-, expected, 1028.

Milan, 602.

Papal nuncio, 565, 718, 827.

Savoy, 602.

Venice, 602.

-, his court, 449, 1029.

-, his expedition to Tunis (army, armada, &c.), 15, 33, 39, 82, 103, 127, 175, 206 (Christian fleet), 287, 330, 356–7, 449, 484, 594 (p. 198), 595–6, 602. 674, 906, 964, 1028, 1036 (p. 357).

-, -, account of, 602.

-, ambassadors from, in Ireland, 514.

-, his chief secretary, 526. iii.

-, his Secretary of State. See Perrenin, Ant.

-, his navy, 927.

-, papal legates to, 937 (p. 316).

Charlton (Charleton), near Dover, 1105.

Charlton or Charleton, Edw., of Hesleyside, 371 (2).

-, Ryny, 371 (2).

-, Roger, 371 (2).

-, Thomy, of Newton, 371 (2).

-, Thos., of Hawcop, 371 (2).

Charterhouse. See under London.

Charterhouse, the Head. See Chartreuse.

Charterhouse, prior of, See Carthusian Order.

Chartreuse (Cartusia, the Head Charterhouse), in France, 239.

-, letter dated at, 8.

-, prior of, head (or primate) of the Order of Carthusians, 8, 11, 80, 238.

-, -, letter from, 8.

-, -, letter to, 80.

-, -, his predecessor, 11, 239.

Chaumont (Chalmont), near Joinville, letter dated at, 395.

Chaundeller, Walter, 584.

Cheese and butter, 562, 689.

Chelsea (Chelchyth), 133, 1077.

Chemyn, Jehan, letter to, 412.

Chennay, the sieur de. See Cheyney.

Cheriton, Kent, 1105.

Chertsey, Surr., 798 (2).

-, abbey of, 50, 472, 736.

-, -, letter dated at, 736.

-, -, compendium compertorum apud, 472 (2).

-, -, abbot of, 736.

Cherube, Devon, 479.

Cheshire, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Dutton, Sir Piers.

Chesolme, Mr., 132.

Chester, 1096.

-, letter dated at, 794.

-, letter from mayor and aldermen, 794.

-, mayor of. See Smith, Thos.

-, late mayor of. See Rogerson, Ralph.

Chester, archdeacon of, 35, 712.

-, -, his official, 35.

-, bp. of. See Lee, Roland.

-, bpric. of. 1173 ii.

Chetwyn, Will., sheriff of Staff. (1535–6):—g. 914 (22).

Chetylhampton. See Chittlehampton.

Cheyne, Sir Thos. (sieur de Chennay), 932, 955, 1036:—g. 914 (22).

Cheyney, Thos., App. 12.

Cheyneys, Bucks, letter dated at, 598.

Chichester, 444, 452, 812:—g. 1063 (14).

-, cathedral, 444, 509.

-, a priory of nuns and another of canons close together near, 444.

Chichester, Robert Sherburn, bp. of, 444, 509, 532, 583, 812.

Chichester, bpric. and diocese of, 25, 239.

Chicksand priory, Beds, 1005.

-, sub-prior of, 1005.

-, the two prioresses, 1005.

Chief Baron, Lord. See Lister, Sir Ric.

Chief Butler of England. See Hussey, John lord.

Chieti, school of, 292.

Chieti, Gian-Pietro Caraffa, bp. of, afterwards Pope Paul IV., 129.

Chilcomb, Hants, Jas. Syllney, parson of, 1171.

Childeric, king of France, 730.

Children Langley, 312

Chiltern, Bucks, 20.

Chiltern (Chytterne, Chittorn), All Hallows, Wilts, 320, 1103.

-, vicar of see More, Ric.

Chiltern hundred, g. 914 (34).

Chingford (Chynkeford), Essex, App. 12.

Chipchace, Nthld., 641.

Chirch. See Church.

-, vicar of. See More, Ric.

Chittlehampton (Chetylhampton), Devon, 479.

Chittorn. See Chittern.

Chobham. See Cobham.

Cholmeley (Chomley), Sir Roger, serjeant-atlaw, 698, 892, 1146:—g. 729 (22).

Choveham (Choveam) park, Surr. (?), 736.

Christchurch, or Christchurch Twynham, Hants, 190, 850, 852.

-, letters dated at, 266, 529.

-, John Draper, prior of, 266, 460, 529.

-, -, letters from, 266, 529.

Christidrn II., king of Denmark, now (in 1535) deposed and in prison, 75, 494, 674, 1019.

-, -, his daughters. See Dorothy and Christina.

-, -, his sons, 1019.

Christiern (Christian) III., king of Denmark, duke of Holstein (Hoist), and heir of Norway, son of Frederic III., 17, 18, 58, 113, 153, 177, 181, 246, 285–6, 290, 291, 298, 323, 417, 482, 494, 594 (p. 199), 824, 831, 847, 915, 922–3, 1008, 1018 (p. 348), 1019:—App. 5.

-, -, letters from, 482, 831.

-, -, letters to, 494, 915.

-, -, his Admiral. See Guldenstern, Eric.

-, -, his wife, Dorothy of Saxe Lunenburg, 824.

-, -, his younger brother, 1019.

-, -, his younger brothers, 831.

-, -, his book against the Lubeckers, 1019 iii.

Christina, Duchess of Milan, daughter of Christiern II., of Denmark, 674, 964 (p. 323), 975, 1036 (p. 358).

Christopher, monk of Wardon, 1167.

Christopher. See Montaborinus, Chr.

Christopherus, Thos., signature of, 361.

Chrystall. See Kirkstall.

Chudelegh, John, 493, 948.

Chulmleigh, Devon, 479.

Church, The (of Rome), 15, 40, 143, 223, 225, 248, 268, 295, 358, 404, 434, 468, 540, 587, 674, 730, 758, 826–7, 834, 861, 868, 903–4, 911–12, 939, 947, 964 (p. 323), 966, 970, 1000–1, 1007, 1035.

-, -, the four doctors of, 56.

Church endowments, 1072.

Churchehill, Giles, g. 504 (14).

Church Lenche (Chirchlench), Wore., 84.

Chylde, Ric., 304.

Chyney. See Cheyney.

Chynkeford. See Chingford.

Chyrche, John, 736.

Chytterne. See Chitterne

Cicell. See Cecil.

Cifuentes, Fernando de Silva, count of, Imperial ambassador at Rome, 249, 270, 565, 601, 718, 774, 827, 904, 937, 939, 961, 967.

-, -, letters from, 270, 565, 601, 718, 774, 904, 937, 961.

-, -, letter to, 827.

Cinque Ports, 22.

-, warden of. See Boleyn, George.

Claimond. See Claymond.

Clare, Suff., 632 n.

Clarencieux, king-at-arms, 330.

Clarendon (Claryngton), 467.

Clarke. See Clerk.

Clasbe, George, 520.

Clasey, John, letter from, 228.

-, —, daughter of card. Wolsey, 228.

Clattercote (Clathercott) priory, 457.

-, prior of, 457.

Clavering, Essex, 520.

Claxby, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Claxthorpe, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Claydon, Mr., 520.

Clayhanger (Cleyhanger), Somers., 479.

Claymond (Claimond), John, president of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford, 288, 306.

-, -, letter from, 288.

Clement VII., Pope, [Julius de Medicis,] 157, 207, 268, 270, 299 (p. 102), 539, 540, 658 (p. 221), 770, 903 (p. 302), 1001, 1007.

Clement, Thos., 1167.

Clementhorpe nunnery, beside York, 1070 (4).

Clerc. See Clerk.

Clere, Mr., 845.

Clere, lady, 990.

Clergy, the, 90 (p. 26), 143, 594 (p. 196), 660, 838 (p. 282), 1065.

Clerk or Clerke, Mrs., 114–15.

-, Barnaby, g. 914 (12).

-, (Clerc), John, dec., g. 914 (7).

-, Edm., parson of Micheldever, App. 14.

-, (Clarke), Flor., 697.

-, John. See Bath and Wells, bp. of.

-, Sir John, sheriff of Northt. (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

-, (Clarke), Robt., 689.

-, (Clarke), Roland, 637.

-, Thos., 100, 109, 136.

-, -, letters from, 100, 136.

-, Wm., 446.

Cleves, Duchy of, 1018.

Cleves, duke of, his daughter Sibilla, wife of the elector of Saxony, 1018.

-, -, subjects of, g. 236 (9), 729 (24).

Cleye, Will., 343.

Cleyhanger. See Clayhanger.

Clifford, Hen. Lord, 1173 (p. 400).

Clifford, Sir Thomas, captain of Berwick, 371, 637, 752–3, 778, 822.

Clifford or Clyfford, Edw., Lisle's servant, 682, 710 (? the bearer), 787, 850.

-, Henry, 478.

-, James, letter from, 305.

Clifton-upon-Teame, Worc., g. 914 (24).

Clifton (Cliffton), John, 1167.

-, (Clyfton), Will., 727.

Clinton and Say, Edward, lord, son of Thomas, 669:—g. 914 (3).

-, John late lord, g. 914 (3).

-, Thos. late lord, g. 914 (3).

Clinton or Clynton, Anne, g. 914 (3).

-, Will., sheriff of Hereford (1535–6), 428:—g. 914 (22).

-, -, letter from, 428.

Clom (Clonn or Clune), Ric., g. 1063 (10).

Clon. See Clun.

Clon, John, 605.

Clone Rawde (now Ennis), in Ireland, letter dated at, 613.

Clonmel, in Ireland, 556.

Clonn, Ric., g. 1063 (10).

Clonne. See Clunn.

Cloth, 152, 794.

Clothiers, 487.

Clotwurthie, Thos., constable of Molton, 833, 851, 968.

Clune, Ric., g. 1063 (10).

Clunn (Clonne, Clon), castle of, Salop, 276.

-, lordship of, 605.

Clyffe. See Cleeve.

Clyfton. See Clifton.

Clyne (Clyve?), Ric., 52 (2 ii.)

Clynton. See Clinton.

Clyve (Clyffe) abbey, Somers., letter dated at, 790.

-, Wm., Dovell, abbot of, letter from, 790.

Clyve (Clyne ?), Ric., 52 (2), 204.

Cobham (Chobham; court, letter dated at, 4.

Cobham hall, letter dated at, 691.

Cobham, Surr., 420.

Cobham, Kent, 693.

Cobham College, Kent, 692.

Cobham, George Broke, lord, 478, 691, 757.

-, -, letter from, 691.

Cobham, Sir Edw., 691.

-, Eliz., lady, wife of John Cornwell, stepmother of George lord Cobham, 757.

Cobley, —, 968.

Cochie (Coche), Ric., 229, 232.

Cochlæus (Cocleus), John, 18, 153 (p. 45), 177, 543, 825.

-, -, his book against the King, 18, 825.

Cockersand (Kockersand) priory, Lanc., 1173 ii.

Cockes. See Cox.

Cockley Cley (Cokylecley), Norf., land in, sold by the prior of Ingham, 785, 849, 978.

Coc Stuchie, Anthoine de, 624.

Coffyn, —, 172.

Coin, counterfeit, 183.

Coiners, 144, 183.

Cok, John, clk., of Beeston, 726.

Coke, John, g. 729 (23).

-, Roger, mayor of Bristol, 162–3:—g. 729 (20).

-, -, letter from, 162–3.

Cokerem, Peter, physician, 846.

Cokesey,—, under-sheriff of co. Worc., 84.

Cokeson, John, water-bailiff of Calais, 625, 935.

Colbye, Mr., 851.

Colchester, 41, 83, 90 (p. 26), 209, 310, 1115.

-, letter dated at, 83, 122, 310, 614, 830.

-, St. John's abbey, 1115:—App. 12.

Coldred (Colrede), Kent, 1105.

Cole, Mr., 102–3, 933.

-, Thos, 490.

Coley. See Cowley.

Colham, Middx., letter dated at, 262.

Colhom, or Collome near Colois g. 1063 (3).

Coliweston. See Colly Weston.

Colley, Wm., 792.

Collingwood, Henry, 1078.

-, (Colynwode), Rob., 371, 1078.

-, -, signature of, 371 (3).

-, Thos., 1078.

Collins, George, 409.

Collumpton, Wm., prior of St. Nicholas, Exeter, bp. of Hippo, 191.

Colly Weston (Coliweston) park, Ntht., 779.

Colonna, the Italian family of (Collonesi), 658 (p. 221).

Colrede. See Coldred.

Colsell, friar John, of Grantham, 179.

Colt or Colte, Anne, abbess of Wherwell (resigned 1535), 439:—g. 504 (4, 15), 729 (5, 21).

-, George, letter from, 801.

Coly,—, 310, 358.

Colyns, Launcelot, treasurer of York cathedral, 742, 836.

Colynwode. See Collingwood.

Colyton, Devon, g. 914 (31).

Communion. See Sacrament.

Comperts of the visitation, 472 (2), 661.

Compiégne (Cumpena), in France, 374.

Compton, Sir William, (died 1528,) 862:—g. 914 (13).

Compton, John, letter from, 884.

-, Thos., 884.

Coniscliffe (Connesclif), Durh., 491.

Conishead (Counghevysched) priory, Lanc., 1173 ii.

Conjuration, practise of, 551.

Connaught, in Ireland, 1079.

Connesclif. See Coniscliffe.

Consistory. See Cardinals.

Constable, Sir Robt., g. 914 (15).

Constable, John, 179.

Constans, John, clk., g. 1063 (9).

Constantine (Emperor), the donation of, 838–9, 964 (p. 323).

Constantine, Geo., 226.

Constantinople, 127, 178, 206, 526 ii., 601–2 (p. 203), 920, 1028–9.

Contarini, Gaspar, cardinal (1535), 127 (? "the Cardinal"), 512 (? "M. Gaspara," bis), 659, 687, 1007.

Contarini, Federico, brother of Gaspar, 659, 687.

Controller, Mr. See Paulet, Sir William.

Convocation, 653, 712.

Conway, letter dated at, 244.

-, abbey of, 244.

-, -, Geoff. Johns, abbot of (re signed), 244.

-, -, Ric. ap Rhes, abbot of, 244.

Conyborowe. See Konigsberg.

Conyears, Chr. Lord, 1173.

Conyers, Gregory, 216.

-, Jas., 216.

Conyngsby (Conysbie), Mr., 808.

Coomanhavyn. See Copenhagen.

Cootes or Coottes. See Cotes.

Copemanhaven. See Copenhagen.

Copenhagen (Copynhaven, Copmanhaveu, Copemanhaven, Coomanhavyn), 177, 181, 246, 277, 285–6, 290, 323, 417, 483, 564, 915.

-, letters dated at, 291, 379, 482, 564.

-, castle of, captain of. See Oldenburg, Chr. count of.

Coper, Roger, 1059. See also Cowper.

Copernesland, Devon, 479.

Copinger (Copynger), John, father confessor of Sion, 986.

Copland, Cumb., 1173 ii.

Copland, Edw., 406.

-, George, 406.

-, John, 406.

Copmanhaven. See Copenhagen.

Copper, Ric., 33.

Copthall (Copped Hall), Essex, g. 504 (14).

Copyng, John, 520.

Copynger. See Copinger.

Corbett, Roger, sheriff of Beds and Bucks (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Cork, in Ireland, 556, 628.

-, mayor of, 556.

Cormak, Oge. See McCarthy, Cormok.

Corn or Grain, 110 (p. 32), 234 (p. 78) 274–5, 353, 358, 399, 456, 487, 534, 566, 594 (p. 197), 614, 624, 647, 700, 725 ii., 733, 818–19, 841, 894, 949, 990.

-, proclamation concerning, 894.

Cornetts Crofts, 234.

Cornewall, Hugh, goldsmith, 183.

Cornewallys, Sir John, 343.

Cornhill (Cornehill), Nthld., 1078.

Cornwall, 555, 578, 876.

-, letter dated in, 631.

-, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Reskymer, John (1535–6).

Cornwall, Ric. earl of, 1173 (p. 400).

Cornwell, John, 757.

-, -, his wife (Eliz. lady Cobham, stepmother of George lord C.), 757.

Corona, Cornelius Gulielmi in, 711.

Corsica, 981, 1021.

Corthop, Thos., curate of Harwich, 1059.

Cortino or Cortinus, M., 659, 673.

Cortney. See Courtenay.

Cortteys, Thos., 1090.

Cotes, George, S. T. B., 251.

-, (Cootes), John, sheriff of London (1535–6), 220, 273–4, 342, 370.

-, (Cootes), Mr., clk., 747, 1118.

Coton, Jo., 697.

Cotswold wool, App. 20.

Cottesmore, Rutl., g. 914 (16).

Cotworth, John, LL.D., his will, 387.

Coucy, Jacques de. See Vervins, sieur de.

Coughton. Warw., letter dated at, 488.

Coule, Jasper, letter from, 1099.

-, John, 1099.

Council, the King's 28, 37, 84, 150, 182, (p. 56), 191, 234 (p. 78), 278, 369, 405, 411, 434, 437, 463, 510, 514, 524, 560, 594 (p. 198), 618, 670, 725, 741, 758, 760, 766, 862, 953, 987, 1061, 1091, 1119, 1121, 1136.

-, -, their cook, 1119.

Council of the Church, Proposed General, 58, 75, 213, 281, 298, 325, 336–8, 355, 390, 397, 526, 544–7, 565, 594 (p. 197), 600–1, 665, 674, 732 (p. 250), 773, 827, 834, 867, 903–4, 912, 947, 961, 979, 983–4, 1000–1, 1014, 1016, 1018, 1029–30.

Councils, General, authority of, 56, 143, 775.

Counghevysched. See Conishead.

Court (Aula), the, 9, 17, 18, 47, 58, 65, 107, 111–12, 143, 175, 178, 187, 189, 237, 272, 287, 311, 334, 349, 377, 402–3, 434 (p. 141), 450 (p. 147), 457–8, 467, 510 ii., 525, 555, 592, 594 (pp. 197–9), 605, 612, 632, 642, 648, 662, 682, 732–3, 793, 820, 833, 867, 905, 917, 932, 964 (p. 323), 1036, 1083, 1148.

Courtenay, Edward. See Devon, earl of.

Courtenay (Courteney), —, 577.

-, Sir Hugh, father of Edward earl of Devon, 479 (see Errata).

-, Margaret, widow, 479.

-, Wm., son of Edw. late earl of Devon (died 3 Hen. VIII.), 479.

-, (Cortney, Cortne), Sir Wm. (died Nov. 1535), 384, 796, 833, 851, 876–7, 892, 897–8, 968:—g. 914 (22).

-, -, letter from, 384, 796.

-, -, his son, 833 (p. 280).

Coventry, 607, 883.

-, Robt. Kirvyne, mayor of, 883.

-, recorder of. See Wigston, Roger.

-, prior of, 622.

-, Bishops Street, 883.

-, Caloughdon manor, within the liberties of, 44.

-, the Pannier Inu, 883.

-, Roger's Tavern, 883.

-, St. John's, 883.

Coventry and Lichfield, bp. of. See Lee, Roland.

Covert, Mr., 1169.

Coward, Mrs., letter to, 1100.

Cowdrey (Cowdre, Cowtherey), or Coldrey, Hants, 642, 1135.

-, letter dated at, 619.

Cowley (Coley), advowsou of, 446.

Cowleye, John, 474.

Cowley, Robert, customer of Dublin, letter from, 974.

-, Walter, 164–5, 229, 358.

-, -, letter to, 164.

Cowlins, John, 697 (p. 235).

Cowper, Ric., 1059. See also Coper.

Cowtherey. See Cowdrey.

Cox (Cockes), John, LL.D., chancellor of Canterbury, 445.

Crabhouse nunnery, near Westacre, Norf., 808.

-, prioress of, 808.

Cracow (Crakavia), in Poland, 293.

Craftsmen, 725 ii.

Crakavia. See Cracow.

Cramuel. See Cromwell.

Cranbourn lodge, by Windsor, 476.

Crane, Thos., chaplain, g. 729 (17).

Cranmer,Thomas, abp. of Canterbury, 52 (2), 65, 97, 143, 225, 272, 283, 341, 403, 442, 445, 449, 451, 517, 553, 561, 569, 583, 592, 627, 668–9, 683, 686, 688, 741, 751, 759, 783, 789, 828, 840, 869, 996, 1071, 1153:—g. 729 (6, 7, 8).

-, -, letters from, 97, 517, 561, 592, 627, 686, 688, 741, 751, 840, 869, 996.

-, -, letters to, 225, 553.

-, -, book made by, 213 (5).

-, -, his brother, 741.

Cranwell, Bucks, manor of, 1114.

Cranwell, Robt., letter from, 1101.

Craven, Yorks., riot in, 150, 196, 371.

Cray, Foots (Fotyscraye), Kent, 1112.

Crayer, Philip, his ship, 950–2.

Crayforde, John, vice-chancellor of Cambridge, 208, 661, 666.

-, -, letter from, 208.

-, -, signature of, 666.

Crede, John, 486.

Cresseners manor, Suff., g. 1063 (7).

Crocker, John, 493.

Crofte, Sir Edw., 302, 428, 793.

-, -, letter from, 428.

Croke, Ric., D.D., 213 (4).

Crome, Dr., 523.

Cromer, George, Abp. of Armagh, 147 (2).

Cromer,—, 230.

Cromwell, Gregory, son of Thomas, 422, 438, 882, 978:—g. 914 (5).

-, -, letter from, 422.

Cromwell, Richard, nephew of Thomas, 34 (2), 133, 172, 345, 632, 699, 810, 862, 907, 925, 1102, 1151–2:—g. 914 (5).

-, -, letters from, 1102 i. ii.

-, -, letter to, 34 (2).

-, -, his father, 862.

Cromwell (Cramuel), Thomas, Chief Secretary, Chancellor of Cambridge University, Privy Councillor, Master of the Rolls, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Master of the Jewel House, clerk of the Hanaper, &c. &c.:—

-, -, letters from, 157, 240–1, 271, 278, 326, 470, 484–6, 615, 647, 848, 977, 1010, 1039, 1127:—App. 8, 9.

-, -, letters to, 2–7, 14, 19, 23–6, 29, 31, 33–5, 37, 41–5, 47, 49–51, 55, 57, 62, 63, 65–8, 85, 86, 88–92, 97–100, 105–13, 117–21, 124–6, 131–2, 134–40, 142, 147, 150–6, 158, 160–3, 165–72, 175, 177, 179, 181, 184–9, 192–6, 198, 204, 208, 215–16, 226, 228, 231, 237–9, 242–4, 252–6, 259–65, 272–6, 279–80, 282–4, 289, 291, 296, 299–304, 308, 310–22, 327–31, 339–46, 349–54, 358–61, 365–7, 370, 372–6, 380–1, 383–4, 386, 392, 394–5, 398–401, 403, 405–6, 409, 413–28, 431, 436, 440–2, 444–7, 450–2, 454–8, 463, 471–4, 487–9, 496–7, 509–11, 515, 518–19, 521, 523, 528–30, 533–4, 543–4, 549–52, 554, 556, 558, 561–2, 568–70, 576–81, 590–2, 598, 603, 605–9, 611, 617–23, 627–8, 630, 632–3, 639–41, 646, 650–6, 658, 661–3, 667–72, 676–8, 683–6, 688, 690–1, 693–5, 698–9, 701, 703–8, 712–13, 719–20, 723, 728, 734–6, 740–8, 751–5, 760–5, 771–2, 778–9, 781–3, 785–7, 790, 793–6, 799–803, 806–8, 811, 815, 818, 822–3, 828–9, 832, 840–4, 849, 852, 855–6, 863–6, 869–71, 875, 877, 879–81, 884, 889, 891, 900, 907–8, 920, 925, 932–4, 948–9, 954–5, 957, 959, 969, 974, 978, 980, 985–6, 989–90, 992, 1003, 1005, 1009, 1018, 1021, 1024–5, 1030–1, 1040–1, 1050–5, 1057, 1061–2, 1070 (4), 1083–4, 1088–9, 1091–5, 1097, 1098–9, 1101, 1103, 1107–8, 1110–13, 1115–6, 1118, 1120, 1123, 1128–30, 1133–4, 1136–7, 1145–6, 1148, 1150–4, 1157–8, 1161–2, 1164, 1166, 1168.

-, -, other references to, 9, 11, 17, 18, 21, 32, 36, 52, 58, 73, 101, 103, 115, (my master), 128, 133, 147 (2), 159, 164, 178, 212, 220, 229, 251, 271, 287, 293, 332, 347, 356–7, 364, 419, 430, 434 (p. 141), 438, 463 (2), 464, 466–7, 478, 490, 498–9, 508, 514, 522, 525, 535, 553, 567, 571, 575, 582–4, 589, 594, 604, 610, 616, 625, 666, 681–2, 687, 710, 721–2, 732, 756, 758, 773, 780, 784, 789, 792, 850, 854, 861–2, 867, 873, 882, 892, 897–8, 905, 909, 918, 946 (my master), 950, 963–5, 981 (p.331), 987–8, 1023, 1027, 1029, 1032, 1036, 1042, 1073, 1075, 1077, 1079, 1102, 1114, 1121, 1126, 1131, 1155–6, 1165, 1169, 1170–1:— App. 3, 4, 7, 19:—g. 504 (12).

-, -, accounts, 522.

-, -, his lands, account of, 478.

-, -, his handwriting, 157 (2), 219, 271, 470, 498, 836, 1077:— App. 19.

-, -, his personal history, 862.

-, -, his receiver. See Polsted, Hen.

-, -, his remembrances and memoranda. See Remembrances.

-, -, his wife, 862.

-, -, his households and buildings at the Rolls, Austin Friars, Canonbury, Hackney, and Stepney, 47, 66, 105–6, 131–2, 172, 259, 339–40, 345, 413–15, 430, 458, 862.

-, -, his steward, 907.

Cromwell (Crumwell), Walter, g. 914 (5).

Crondall (Crundall), Hants, 438.

Croolys, Lambert, 1144.

Cropthorne, John, 653.

Crossbows, licence to use, g. 914 (17, 32).

Crosse, John. 642:—g. 1063 (14).

Crowland abbey, Linc., 97, 1107.

Crowle, Worc., 74.

Crowley, Ric., curate of Broughton, 46.

Crowlle, John, 653.

Crown, the, debts to, 474.

Croydon, vicar of. See Philips, Roland.

Croyland. See Crowland.

Cruciger, Caspar, letter from, 355 ii.

Crystover, Greve. See Oldenburg, Chr. count (graaf) of.

Cuffus, Jo., signature of, 361.

Culpeper, Jasper, g. 236 (8).

-, Thos., letter to, 612.

Culverhouse Close, 68.

Cumae, qu. Italy, 981.

Cumberland, riots in, 427.

-, sheriff of, 427:—g. 914 (22). See alsoWharton, Sir Thos., 1535–6.

Cumberland, Henry Clifford Earl of, Warden of the West Marches, 150, 836, 844, 949.

-, -, letter from, 150.

Cumpena. See Compiégne.

Curtys, Thos., 1155.

Curwen (Curven), Dr., 986, 1120.

Cusack, Thos., justice of C. P. in Ireland, 514.

Customs, 500, 725 ii., 732, 1073, 1165.

Cuthayll, letter dated at, 578.

Cyvergaak, John, g. 914 (8).

-, Isabella, g. 914 (8).

D.

Dacre (of Gillesland), Wm. Lord, 234 (p. 78), 235:— App. 1.

Dacre (Dakir), Sir Chr., uncle of lord D. of Gillesland, 88 (2).

Dacre, Sir Philip, 371 (4).

-, Thomas, captain in Ireland, 98, 147.

Dady, Thos., 1059.

Dakir. See Dacre.

Dam, John van, g. 1063 (3).

Danaster (Dannaster), Mr., 4, 502, 951.

Dandolo, Matteo, 512.

Dandy,—, 66, 414.

Daniell, Thos., g. 504 (3).

Danish captains, letter from, 285.

Dannaster. See Danaster.

Dans, Danseyk, or Danske. See Dantzic.

Dantzic (Danseyk, Dans, Dansk), and the Danskers, 246, 285, 291, 323, 417, 434, 776, 861.

-, letters dated at, 113, 922–3.

-, "borgrave" of. See Werden, Hans van.

Danyell, Johan (Joan), 74.

-, John, 74.

Darby. See Derby.

Darbys tower, letters dated at, 460–1.

Darcy, Thomas lord, 232.

Darcy, Sir Arthur, son of lord Darcy, 232, 698.

-, -, letter from, 698.

Darcy, Sir Geo., sheriff of Yorkshire (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Darcy, Sir Edward, 234 (p. 78).

-, (Dercy), Sir Thomas, letter to, 520.

-, Sir William, 347.

Darcys, the family of, in Ireland, 347.

Dardystown, in Ireland, letter dated at, 347.

Darlaston (Dorlaston), Staff., g. 914 (12).

Darley, John, Carthusian, 284.

Dartford, 1104.

-, priory, 342.

-, -, prioress of, 1104, 1125.

Dartington (Dertyngton), Devon, 479.

Dartmouth, 1025.

Datchet, Bucks, 476.

Daubeney (Dawbeney, Dawbney), Harry lord, 316, 410, 436, 462, 576–7, 719, 833, 892, 950.

-, -, letters from, 316, 436, 576, 719.

Daubeney (Daubnaye), Katharine, wife of the preceding, 576–7.

-, -, letter from, 577.

Daunce (Dauncy), Sir John, 255, 440, 746, 1121.

Dauphin, the. See Francis.

David, David ap, 510 ii.

-, Edw. ap, 510 ii.

-, John, 969 ii.

-, Morgan ap, 510 ii.

-, [Vaughan], Robt. ap, 510 ii.

Davington, Kent, 627; dissolved priory of, 627.

Davy, John, of Devonshire, 362, 410–11, 833, 851, 892.

-, -, letters from, 410–11.

-, John, ship master, 950–2.

Dawbeney. See Daubeney.

Dawtry, Sir Fras., sheriff of Dorset and Somers. (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Day, Mr., 20.

Dayer, Will., abbot of Langdon, sig., 816.

Dean of the Chapel. See Sampson.

Deane (Dene), John, 217: Lincoln, York, and D. are evidently the three merchants referred to in 263, 341.

-, Wm, 297 (p. 100).

Dean Forest, Glouc., 1025.

Debateable (Batable) land on the Borders, 844.

Debowrove, John, 60.

Decka, —, Welshman, 98.

Dederye. See Derick.

Defence of Peace, book called, 523.

Delahide, Sir Ric., C. J. of C. P. in Ireland (1521–34), 731 (2).

Delahide, James, 514, 613.

Delamere Forest, Chesh., 35.

De la Pole, Wm., temp. Edw. III., 1173 (p. 400).

De la Warr, Thos. West, lord, 509, 530.

-, -, letter from, 530.

Delvin, Richard Nugent, baron of, letter from, 197.

Denbigh (Dynbigh), g. 914 (14).

Dene. See Deane.

Denizations, 820:—g. 236 (9, 10), 504 (16), 729 (3, 9, 23, 24, 25), 914 (10, 11, 18, 19), 1063 (9).

Denmark (Danemarcq), 17, 113, 217, 287, 323, 356, 434, 443, 482, 566 (p. 189), 567, 696, 824, 861, 915, 922, 964, 1019:—App. 5.

-, English ambassadors to, 290, 483, 564. See also Bonner and Cavendish.

-, admiral of. See Guldenstern, Eric.

-, the Hochmaster (Howmaster) of, 113 (qu. Rantzow?).

-, princesses of. See Dorothy and Christina.

-, marshall of. See Rantzow, Melchior.

Denmark, Kings of.See Christiern II. and III. and Frederic I.

Denmark, Elizabeth queen of, sister of Charles V., wife of Christiern II., 1036 (p. 358).

-, -, her daughters. See Christina and Dorothy.

Dennet, Wm., 697.

Denny (Deny), abbey of Camb., 651, 694, 708.

-, letter dated at, 708.

Denny (Deny), Anthony, 85, 218, 229, 232.

-, John, 854.

-, Thos., 854.

Densell, John, serjeant-at-law, 1033 ii.

Deny. See Denny.

Denyes, Sir Thos., 876.

Denys, John, g. 914 (28).

-, Mary, prioress of Kington, 160.

Derby, Edward Stanley earl of, letters from, 262, 771.

Derby, old lady, 954.

Derby (Darby), Thos., clerk of the Signet, 142, 234.

Derbyshire, 282.

Derbyshire and Notts, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Langford, Sir Ralph.

Dercy. See Darcy.

Dere, Piers, 465.

Dereham, West, (Westdorham,) abbey, Norf., 652, 694, 745, 808.

-, (Ric.) abbot of (died 1535), 651–2, 745.

-, sub-prior of. See Forman, Roger.

Derick (Dederyc Dyricke), messenger to Germany, (qu. Derick Holt? q. v.), 181, 498 (2).

Dertyngton. See Dartington.

DesenyngeSee Desaynge manor, Suff., g. 1063 (7)

Desmond, Thos. Fitzgerald, earl of, (died 1534,) 514.

Desmond, James and Sir John of. See under Fitzgerald.

Desmond, earldom of, 556.

-, -, claimants of, James and Sir John Fitzgerald (q. v.)

Destlaken, See in Cleves, g.729 (24).

Deuteronomy, the law of, 499.

Devanse (misprint for Devause), the scolers. See Salisbury, Vaux College.

Devereux, Walter. See Ferrers, lord.

Devizes, Wilts, letter dated at, 320.

Devon, Edward Courtenaye, earl of, (died 1509,) 479–80.

Devon, earldom of, 479–80.

Devonshire, 119, 384, 498, 500, 631, 795, 833, 876, 897–8, 968, 1156.

Devonshire, sheriff of, g. 914 (22) See also Pollard, Hugh, (1535–6).

Deye, —, of the Buttery, 85.

Dezsert. See Biserta.

Dieppe, 789.

-, letter dated at, 789.

Dieppe, Jehan Ango, vicomte de, captain of Dieppe, 1062.

Digby, dan Everard, 638.

Dijon (Digiun, Digeon), in France, 812 ii.:—App. 7.

-, letters dated at, 526, 547–8, 600, 644, 660, 672, 675, 680, 696, 737, 758, 773, 788, 804, 809, 826, 835, 847, 853, 868, 874, 887, 899.

Dillon, Thomas, 731 (2).

Dingle, Sir Thos., knight of St. John, 123.

Dinteville, Jean de.See Troyes, bailly of.

Disney or Dysney, Wm., 179, 328.

Dispensations, bulls, &c., 25, 41, 58, 90.

Dodd, Thos., 883.

Dodde, Will., g. 1063 (3).

Doddington, Camb., 507. (?"Dunnington.")

Dodds, —, 342.

-, Robert, 637.

Dogan, Adrian, 563

Dominicans, certain, 611. See also Friars Dominican.

Donamysse, Mr., 860.

Donato, M., 659, 819, 1028.

Doncaster, White Friars, prior of. See Bale, John.

Dondertoun, letter dated at, 599.

Dongarvan. See Dungarvan.

Donne, Sir Edw., 422.

-, Gabriel, abbot of Buckfastleigh (?), 182 (see notes), 522.

Donton. See Dunton.

Donyngcourt, —, 1032.

Dorchester, Oxon, 457.

Doria (Dorias), Andrea, Prince of Melfi, Emperor's admiral, 526, 602, 658, 665, 965.

Doria (Aurias), Antonio, 82, 526 ii., 602.

Dorking, Surrey, 798.

Dorkyngisforde. See Droxford.

Dorlaston. See Darlaston.

Dormer, Sir Robert, 422.

-, Robert, 1114.

Dorothy, eldest daughter of Christiern II. of Denmark, and niece of Charles V., married (in 1535) to Frederic II., count palatine of the Rhine, 75, 409, 494, 591, 674, 1019 (p. 349), 1036 (p. 358).

Dorset, 655.

Dorsetshire and Somers., sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Dawtry, Sir Fras. (1535–6).

Dorset, Thomas Grey marquis of, (died 1530,) "the late Marquis," 434 (p. 141).

Dotton. See Dutton.

Dovace, John, 830 (p. 279).

Dovell, Wm., abbot of clyve, letter from, 790.

Dover (Dovar), 27, 106, 118, 217, 252, 311, 339, 440, 534, 563, 668–9, 717, 828–9, 878

-, letters dated at, 22, 110, 142, 243, 311, 353, 399, 534, 558, 688, 734, 799, 885.

-, castle of, 22, 110, 353, 1105.

-, chapel built by the sieur de Vaux at, 110, 734 (?).

-, -, French friar in charge of it. See Ponte, John de.

-, King's works at (the harbour), 110, 142, 217, 243, 252, 311, 399, 440, 534, 558, 734, 799.

-, paymaster of. See Whalley, John.

-, workmen at, 110, 142, 353, 799.

-, mayor's prison of, 110.

-, Maison Dieu (Mayson Dew), valor of, 1105.

-, -, master of. See Tomson, John.

-, St. Martin's, of the New Work, priory, 669, 717, 756, 816, 829, 1105.

-, -, inventory of, 717.

-, -, prior of. See Folkestone, John.

-, -, -, his predecessor, 756.

-, -, surrender of, 816.

-, Our Lady church, 1105.

-, Sanctuary church, 1105.

-, the Sound, 399.

-, the Wyke, 142, 243.

-, mayor of, 353, 668.

Dowchery, the. See Lancaster, duchy of.

Downall or Downeall, Robt., 697.

-, Thos., 697.

Downeley, letter dated at, 276.

Downes, Dr., abp. Lee's confessor, 933.

Draginsford in Wanstead, Essex, g. 504 (8).

Drapane. See Trapani.

Drax priory, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Drewe, John, parson of West Canfield (resigned 1535), g. 729 (18.)

Driland, Ant., 779.

Drodathe. See Drogheda.

Drogheda (Drodathe), in Ireland, 347.

-, letter dated at, 1054.

-, Grey Friars, 347.

Droxford (Dorkyngisforde), Hants, 1070.

Drury (Drory, Drywry; Drywry in vol. viii.), Harry, 410 (?), 830 (p. 279), 850, 924.

Drury, Sir Will., g. 914 (22).

Drywry. See Drury.

Dublin, 147, 332, 347, 515, 974, 1027.

-, castle of, 147 (2)

-, Allhallows, 845.

-, St. Sepulchre's, 1027.

-, customer of. See Cowley, Robt.

-, recorder of, 845.

-, bpric. of, 331.

Duchy, the. See Lancaster, duchy of.

Dudley (Dudeley), Sir John, master of the Armoury, 53, 172, 187, 193, 199, 229, 232, 478, 886, 1032:—App. 6.

-, -, letters from, 53, 187, 193, 886:—App. 6.

-, -, his father-in-law, App. 6.

Dudley, Edm., father of Sir John, App. 6.

-, Ric., prebendary of Consumpta per Mare, London, App. 12.

-, Ric., master of Vaux College, Salisbury, 320, 1103.

-, -, letter from, 1103.

-, Frances, daughter of Lord Lisle, 362 n. (See Errata.)

Dudmanswyk, Kent, 1105.

Duke, —, 1148.

Dunce. See Duns Scotus.

Dundalk, in Ireland, 515.

Dungarvan (Dongarvan), in Ireland, 164, 331, 515, 556, 626, 628.

-, castle of, 556, 626.

-, -, constable of, 556.

Dunnington, in the Isle of Ely (qu. Doddington?), 507.

Duns Scotus, philosophy of, 350, 361, 615 (2), 1118.

Dunsany, Robert Plunket, lord or, 731 (2).

Dunston, John, subprior of Christchurch, Canterbury, 879–80, 1026.

-, -, letters from, 880, 1026.

Dunton (Donton) manor, 234 (p. 78), 478 (bis).

Duodo, Ant., letter from, 327.

-, Mark, 327.

Durford abbey, Sussex, 444.

-, abbot of, 444.

Durham, 401, 632.

Durham, bp. of. See Tunstall, Cuthbert.

Durham, Thos. late bp. of. See Ruthal, Thomas.

-, bpric. of, 632.

Durrant, Mr., 1109 (2).

Dutchland. See Germany.

Dutton (Dotton), Sir Piers, sheriff of Cheshire (1535–6), 1106:—g. 914 (22).

-, letter from, 1106.

Dyebdeyn, Sir John, 1173 (p. 400).

Dymchurch, Kent, 1105.

Dymmok, Edw., sheriff of Lincolnshire (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Dynbegh. See Denbigh.

Dyne, —, 450 (p. 147).

Dyngell, John, 480.

Dyngley, John, g. 914 (37).

Dynham, John, 1114.

Dyricke. See Derick.

E.

Eastbrigge, Kent, 1105.

Easterlings (German), the. trading company, 594 (pp. 196, 199), 725 ii., 732 (p. 250), 776, 1019.

-, ships of, arrested, 594 (p. 196).

Easthampstead (Esthampsted), Berks, 476, 619–20, 639, 650, 682.

East Meon (Estmen), Hants, letters dated at, 571, 643.

-, vicar of. See Heliares, John.

Eastry (Estree), Kent, 353.

Eaton Bishop, Heref., 428.

Eccius, See Eckius.

Ecclesiastical Causes, 1071.

Ecclesiastical persons, 725.

-, power, 540.

Eckius (Eccius), John, his Enchiridion, 846.

-, -, his Homilies, 1167.

Edelmonton. See Edmonton.

Edgecombe, Sir Piers, letter from, 578.

Edgeeott (Eggecote), Bucks (?), 478.

Edinburgh, 636.

-, letters dated at, 7, 61.

-, monastery of the order of St. Catharine of Sienna near, 636.

Edington, Wilts. 622.

-, letter dated at, 160.

-, rector of, 160, 1123.

Edmond, lord. See Howard, Lord Edmund.

Edmondes, John, of Cambridge, 666.

Edmonton (Edelmouton), Middx., 478 (bis).

Edwardes, Mr., bp. Foxe's commissary, 212.

Edwards, Wm., parson of Bicknor English, 68.

Effingham, Surr., 481.

Egerton, Rob., 183.

Eggecote. See Edgecott.

Egloskery, Cornw., 1172.

Egnatius, —, 1034.

Egwyne, Hugh, 934.

El … lo, Robt., curate of Ash, 1110.

Elam, Ric., 717.

Elbagen. See Malmoe.

Eldersfield (Ellisfield), Worc., 1124.

Eleanor, queen of France, sister of Charles V., 17, 18, 39, 48, 58, 143, 175, 178, 295, 434, 449, 665, 853 (see Eriata), 906 (p. 305), 961.

-, -, her interview with Mary of Hungary at Cambray, 17, 18, 39, 48, 58, 143, 175, 178, 295, 434, 449, 665.

Elford, Roger, 1156.

Eliot, George, 1059.

Elizabeth, Queen of Henry VII., mother of Henry VIII., 52, 1072.

Elizabeth, princess (born 1533), daughter of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn (called officially "Princess," but by Imperialists "Bastard"), 100, 295, 566 (p. 188), 568, 594 (p. 197), 873, 900, 964 (p. 323), 1094.

-, -, her household, 568.

Ellerker (Ellercar), Sir Robt., 371.

-, -, signature of, 371 (3).

Ellis, Dr., 372, 607. See also Price, Ellis.

-, (Ellys), Dr., former prior of the Black Friars, Cambridge, 1097.

-, (Elys), Roger, 481.

Ellisfield. See Eldersfield.

Ellowe, —, friar of Worcester, 1109.

Ellysham. See Elsham.

Elme, Camb., 507.

Elmes, John, g. 914 (22).

Elphin, in Ireland, bp. of. See Maxey, John

Elsanowr. See Elsinore.

Elsham (Ellysham) priory, Linc., 328, 454.

-, sub-prior of. See Baxter, John.

Elsinore (Elsynor, Elsanowr), in Denmark, 291.

-, letters dated at, 246, 290 (2), 323.

Eltham (Heltam), Kent, 897, 1036.

-, letter dated at, 1038.

Elvetham, Hants, 619–20.

Elwand, Marm., 1059.

Ely, 743.

-, letters dated at, 735, 743.

-, priory, 772.

-, prior of, 754.

Ely, Isle of, 507, 754.

Ely, diocese of, 743.

Ely, Thos. Goodrich, bp. of, 507, 743, 754.

-, -, letter from, 743.

-, -, his brother, 743.

Elys. See Ellis.

Emneth, Norf., 507.

-, Mutchell fee in, 507.

Emperor, the. See Charles V.

Empire, princes of the. See German Princes.

Empress, the See Isabella.

Endevill. See Enfield.

Enerowe, Rice, 140.

Enfield (Endevill), 132, 478.

-, bailiff of. See Chaloner, Roger.

Enfield (Envilde) Chace, 217.

Englefield or Inglefield, Sir Thomas, justice of C.P., 46, 108, 126, 186, 488, 510, 605, 706, 780, 793, 841.

-, -, letters from, 605, 706.

-, -, letter to, 46.

Englesshe, Harry, 84.

English Bykenoure. See Bicknor English.

Englishman, a certain, in Saxony, 1013.

Eusham, Oxon, 457.

-, abbot of, 457.

Ensyng, Thos., letter from, 474.

Envilde. See Enfield.

Epinus. See Æpinus.

Erasmus, Desiderius, 521, 526 iv., 687.

-, -, a new book of, 521.

Erfurt (Erford), in Germany, 928, 953, 1018.

Ergall, Mr., 478.

Ermeland, bp. of, letter from, 922.

Ersham park, near Norwich, 308.

Erskine, John lord, 7, 233, 672 n, 960.

Erskine (Eskyn, Ersking), Sir Thomas, secretary of Scotland, ambassador from Scotland, 165, 178, 217, 233, 960, 964 (? p. 323), 1043–4. See also Ambassadors (of Scotland), and France, ambassadors in (of Scotland).

Esclarron, in France, letter dated at, 205.

Esden, Robt., 637.

Eslinga, Eslingam, or Eslyngham. See Esslingen.

Espeke, Walter, 1173 (p. 400).

Essex, 358, 550, 830 (p. 279).

Essex and Herts, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Peryent, Thos. (1535–6).

Essex, Henry Bourchier earl, or, letter from, 936.

Essex, Sir Wm., g. 914 (22).

Esslingen (Eslinga, Eslingam, Eslyngham), in Germany, 1018 (p. 348).

-, diet at, 336, 337 (see Errata), 338.

Est, Oliver, 830.

Estebecheworthe. See Betchworth.

Esthampsted. See Easthampstead.

Estlangdon. See Langdon East.

Estmen. See East Meon.

Estree. See Eastry.

Etall, Nthld., 1078.

-, constable of. See Collingwood, Hen.

Ethropp, Bucks, 111.

Eton (Eaton), Bucks, 476.

Eton Bishop. See Eaton.

Eucharist, the, 247–8, 1001. See also Sacrament.

Euphrates, the river, 123.

Eustace (Ewstace, Eustas), Thos., 147, 174, 229, 232, 358, 575.

Euyer. See Evers.

Evangelic League in Germany, 213 (p. 70), 543, 1030 (the Confederates). See also Smalcaldic League.

Evans, Thos., registrar of Worcester, 304.

Everard, Wm., 234.

Evers (Euyer, Eure), Sir Wm., 371.

-, -, signature of, 371 (3).

Evesham, letter dated at, 3.

-, abbey of, 3.

-, -, abbot of, 52 iii.

-, market, 84.

Evesque, Pierre I' (le Vesque), 324.

Ewell, letter dated at, 884.

Ewer, —, 234.

Ewhurst, Surr., 66, 259, 339.

-, parson of, 66.

Ewiasland, marches of Wales, g. 504 (2).

Ewstace. See Eustace.

Ewyas (Ewyace) Harold, S. Wales, g. 729 (11).

Ewyas Lacy, S. Wales, g. 729 (11).

Exchequer, 141, 354, 370, 578, 660.

-, treasurer and chamberlains of, 797.

Exe, the river, 384.

Executions (i.e, of Fisher,' More, and the Carthusians, q.v.), 157.

Executorials. See Henry, proceedings against, by the Pope.

Exeter (Exsatter), 479, 1140.

-, letter dated at, 384, 833.

-, cathedral, 191.

-, -, a prebend in, 191.

-, -, chapter of, letter to, 191.

-, St. Nicholas, prior of, 191. See also Collumpton, Wm.

Exeter, John Voysey, alias Harman, bp. of, 191, 555, 699.

-, -, letters from, 555, 699.

Exeter, bpric. of, 833 n.

-, -, chancellor of. See Brerewod,—

Exeter, Henry Courtenay marqeis or, constable of Windsor Castle, 476, 479, 481.

Exeter, Gertrude marchioness or, wife of the preceding, 776, 861 (see notes), 862 (p. 290).

Exton, Soms., curate of. See Bromeley, Oliver.

Eyer, Thos., 361.



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