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'Index: P, Q, R', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 466-474. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75693 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Pa …, Wm., 234.

Pacæus (Pace), Dr. Otho-Adam, of Lubeck (Adam von Pack, sometimes referred to as Doctor Adam), 17, 18, 58, 153, 213 (5), 234, 277, 379, 564, 665, 964.

-, -, letter to, 379.

Pachet. See Paget.

Pack, Adam von. See Pacæus.

Packington or Pakyngton, John, 171, 510, 841.

-, -, letter from, 171.

-, Robert, 346, 382.

Padstow (Patstowe), Cornw., 465.

Padua (Pattavia, Padoa), 512, 648, 659, 673, 687, 1034.

-, letters dated at, 198 n, 292, 687, 701, 917.

-, a Spaniard at, 198.

-, University of (Patavini), 198 (p. 64), 917.

Page, John, 320.

-, Ric., prior of Ivychurch, letter from, 842.

-, William, letter from, 320.

Paget (Pachet), William, afterwards Secretary of State, 242.

Pagnam, Thos., 1082.

Painswick (Paynswick), Glouc., 58.

Pakyngton. See Packington.

Palarme. See Palermo.

Palatine (Palentyne) of the Rhine, Frederick count, "the Palsgrave," brother of the Elector, duke of Bavaria, 18, 277, 409, 483, 494, 591, 696, 836, 847, 964 (p. 323), 1019.

-, -, letter from, 494.

-, -, his wife. See Dorothy.

Palatine, Lewis count, elector, letter to, 532.

Palavisin. See Pallavicinus.

Palencia ("Plasencia" in 33 (2)), bp. of, 33.

-, -, his son, 33.

Palentyne. See Palatine.

Palermo (Palarme), in Sicily, 82, 526 iii., 602 (p. 204), 665, 920, 981 (p. 330).

-, letters dated at, 449, 459, 490.

Palermo, abp. of, 409.

Palestine, 123.

Pallatus, Dominus. See Paulet, Sir Wm.

Pallavicino (Palavisin, Pallavicinus), Carmelita, 247–8, 594 (p. 199), 809, 1000 (p. 338).

-, -, letters from, 247–8.

-, -, a book by, 594 (p. 199).

-, Cosmo, a Genoese, brother of the preceding, 247–8, 594 (p. 199), 809:—g. 729 (10).

Pallet. See Paulet.

Palmer, Sir Thomas, knight porter of Calais, "Mr. Porter," 62, 195, 209, 400, 535, 623, 682, 700, 737, 802, 968.

-, -, letters from, 195, 400, 623.

Palmer (Palmere), Henry, 416, 802.

-, -, letter from, 416.

-, John, abbot of Tiltey, 816 ii. (6), sig.

-, Ric., 408, 428.

-, -, letter from, 428.

-, Roger, 883.

Palmes, Mr., letter to, 128 (see notes).

Palschot, —, 60.

Palsgrave, the. See Palatine of the Rhine, count.

Pannell, Sir —, 1173 (p. 400).

Parat, letter dated at, 719.

Pardoners, 963.

Pargay, in France, letter dated at, 945.

Paris (Parise), 54, 157, 180, 243, 257, 299 (p. 102), 300, 374, 437, 595, 709, 775, 788, 1086.

-, letters dated at, 87, 94–6, 128, 333, 407, 521, 541–2, 544, 709, 765, 857.

Paris, parliament of, president of. See Poyct, Guillaume.

-, the Sorbonne, Faculty of Theology, 56, 299, 775, 1001.

-, -, doctors of, 56, 281, 1001.

-, university (Parrhisienses), 198 (p. 64), 299, 965.

-, -, a doctor of, 775.

Paris, bp. of. See Bellay, John du.

Parisian doctor at Rome, 775.

Parke, Robt., g. 729 (19).

Parker, Matthew (afterwards archbishop), 632 n, 1117.

-, -, letter to, 1117.

Parker, —, friar of Sion, 986.

-, Dr. [Thomas], chancellor of Wor cester, 1081, 1163.

-, Sir Henry, letter from, 1136.

-, John, 1147.

Parlaby, Humph., 830.

Parliament, 13, 24, 52 (2), 90 (p. 26), 192, 234, 240, 358, 370, 401, 450, 475, 487, 489, 561, 566, 705, 725, 732, 754, 766, 776, 791, 861, 873, 876, 883, 950, 966, 998, 1059, 1065, 1117, 1152.

-, abbots to be excluded from, 732.

-, Acts to be passed, 725 ii.

-, Acts of, 883.

-, Houses of, 370.

-, prorogation of, 370, 487.

-, the speaker of, 370.

Parre, Mr. (Sir Wm. ?), 697.

Parre, Sir William, letter from, 822.

Parrhisienses, i.e. Parisians.

Parry, Stephen ap, captain in Ireland, 556, 628.

-, -, letter from, 556.

Parshore. See Pershore.

Particell, Jo., 697.

Parys, Philip, letter from, 871.

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

Paston (Pawston), Nthld., 1078.

Patavini. See under Padua.

Pate, Ric., archdeacon of Lincoln (nephew of bp. Longland), ambassador with the Emperor, 40, 58, 178, 202, 234 (p. 78), 454, 459 ("my master"), 490, 569, 602, 674, 1036 (p. 357).

-, -, a servant of, 58, 490

-, -, -, letter from, 490.

-, -, -, his brothers B. and H., 490.

Pate, Jas., canon of Norton, 183.

Patstowe. See Padstowe.

Pattavia. See Padua.

Patynson, William, alderman of Grantham, 179.

Paul III. [Alex. Farnese], Pope (1534–50), 15, 39, 54, 76, 127, 148, 182 (p. 57), 202, 207, 213, 221, 240, 243, 249, 263, 267–70, 275, 281, 287, 298, 337, 397, 434–5, 443, 512, 514, 526, 537, 539, 543, 547, 557, 559, 565–6, 587–8, 594 (p. 198), 601–2, 636, 659, 665, 674, 687, 718, 728, 733, 739, 746, 758, 765, 770, 774, 813, 826–7, 834, 838, 868, 899, 903–4, 906 (p. 304), 911, 927, 931, 937, 939, 941, 947, 961, 964 (p. 323), 966–7, 981 (p. 330), 987 (p. 334), 994, 999, 1000–1, 1006–7, 1012, 1016, 1024, 1028, 1035, 1036 (p. 358), 1038:–App. 7.

-, -, letters to, 76, 267, 537, 539, 588, 636, 739.

-, -, French ambassador to (ex pected), 1028.

-, -, one of his nephews, 127.

-, -, his nephews, 526 iv.

-, -, his proceedings against Henry VIII. See underHenry VIII.

-, -, his son. See Farnese, Peter Lewis.

Paulet (Poulet, Pallatus), Sir William, comptroller of the Household, master of the Wards, 4, 28, 44, 128, 172, 439, 568, 619–20, 639, 650, 796:—g. 914 (4, 33, 39).

-, -, letters from, 568, 620, 650.

-, -, letter to, 439.

Paulet, Poulet, Pallet, &c.,—, 383.

-, Geo., 50, 192:—g. 236 (3).

-, -, letter from, 192.

-, Thos., 234 (p. 78), 513.

Pavia, 702, 1007.

Pavia, battle of (in 1525), 1007.

Pavia, John Baptist of, 512.

Pawlett. See Paulet.

Pawporth, Ant., 637.

Pawston. See Paston.

Paxton, John, 1167 (p. 398).

Paynswick. See Painswick.

Payton, Sir Robt., sheriff of Camb. and Hunts (1535–36), g. 914 (22).

Peckham (Pekham), Edm., letter from, App. 3.

Peckham, John, former abp. of Canterbury, temp. Edw. I., 1110.

Pelletier, Wm., g. 1063 (9).

Pembridge, Heref., 429.

Pembroke, Wm. Marshall, earl of, temp. John, 1173 ii.

Pempoll, Cornw., 1148.

Penmark or Planmarck, in Brittany, 711, 749.

Penmon or Prestolme priory, 866

-, prior of. See Godfrey, John.

Pennyngtoune, Sir Gamele, 1173 ii.

Penpont, Corn., 480.

Penrise, James, 164.

Penizon (Penyson), Sir William or Jerome, 725 ii.

Peperell, Joan, 1147.

Percival, —, servant of Sir Wm. Kingston, 69.

Percy (Persey), Wm., first lord, 1173.

-, Wm., third lord, 1173 (p. 400).

Percy, Sir William, 234:—g. 1063 (6).

Perkyns, David, 560.

-, John, 1059.

Perosa. See Perusia.

Perrenot or Perrenin, Ant., son of Granvelle, (" M. Anthoine,") Emperor's Secretary of State, 777, 862 (pp. 289–90).

-, -, letter to, 777.

Perrenot, Nic. See Granvelle, sieur de.

Perse, John, surgeon, 864.

Persey. See Percy.

Pershore (Parshore), letter dated at, 446.

-, John Poletensis, abbot of, letter from, 446.

Persia, and the Persians, 123, 206, 526 ii., 927, 1028–29.

Persian, the. See Sophy.

Persons, John, letter from, 1137.

Perth, letter dated at, 80.

Perugia (Perusia, Perosa, Peroscia), in Italy, 202, 249, 268, 526 iv., 565, 658 (p. 221).

Peryent, Thos., sheriff of Essex and Herts (1535–36), g. 914 (22).

Pester, —, 719.

Pestersheys, Baunton cum, Devon, 479.

Peston, —, 150.

Peter, —, 69.

-, Dr. Wm., 741.

Peterborough, prior of. See Walpole, John.

Petherton park, Somers., 877.

Petiple or Petiplet, Thos., "a chamberlain of the king of England," 249, 557.

Petit, Wm., 190.

Petman, Robt., 1059.

Petworth, Sussex, g. 1063 (8).

Peyne, Robt., 1060.

Pflugius, —, 1001.

Phelypps. See Philips.

Phetypace. See Fetyplace.

Philip of Spain, son of Charles V. (afterwards Philip II.), 602, 964 (p. 323).

Philip or Philippus. See Melancthon, Ph.

Philips (Philippe), Roland, vicar of Croydon, 234, 583:—App. 12.

Philips (Phyllypps or Phelypps), Emelyn, mother of Harry, 1138, 1143.

-, -, letter to, 1138.

-, Harry, son of Richard, letters from, 1138–44.

-, Ric., 256, 1138–9, 1143.

-, -, letter from, 256.

-, -, letter to, 1139.

-, Thos., letter to, 1142.

-, Wm., 1138, 1144.

-, -, letter to, 1144.

Philkys, Geo., g. 1063 (14).

Philpot (Phylpott), Sir Peter, 852:—g. 914 (22).

-, -, letter from, 852.

Picardy, in France, 548:—g. 914 (11).

Pickerell (Pyckerell), —, 496.

Pickering, Ant., of Calais, 890.

-, (Pukering), Mich., g. 914 (7).

Pickering (Pykeryng) Lythe, Yorks., 1070 (4).

Pictaviensis, Sir Patfield, 1173 (p. 400).

Piedmont, Lewis, prince of, son of Charles duke of Savoy (died 1536), 827.

Pigly (Pile), Bernardo de, Lombard, 562.

Pikering, Ant., soldier of Calais, 890.

Pilbeam, Mary, 1075.

Pile. See Pigly.

Pinto (Pynto), Sebastian Roderico, a Portuguese, 836–7, 1055.

Pio, Ridolfo. See Faenza, bp. of.

Pipewell (Pipwell) abbey, Ntht., 822.

-, abbot of, 822.

Piracy, 323, 369, 560, 1031, 1061, 1098.

Pis…, in Italy, 981.

Pisa, in Italy, 526.

Placet alias Horwode, John, of Winchcombe, 134–35, 321–22, 723, 1145.

-, -, letters from, 184–35, 321–22, 723, 1145.

-, -, his father and mother, 1145.

Plague, the (common sickness, "death," pes tilence, &c.), 99, 114–15, 178, 209, 283, 420, 557, 620, 646, 655, 676, 813, 913. See also London, plague in.

-, in Germany, 153, 548.

-, in Ireland, 116, 331.

-, in London, 29, 41, 47, 85, 90 (p. 26), 106, 119, 132, 137, 151 (c), 152, 172, 209, 259, 274, 279 (c), 341 (c), 358, 370, 401, 413, 451 (c), 484, 502, 549, 565, 690, 700, 812. (In the Nos. to which the letter "c" is attached the lord mayor's certificate of the mortality is referred to.)

Plankney, Chr., letter from, 1146.

-, -, his wife, Margaret Bysley, 1146.

-, Eliz., mother of Chr., 1146.

Planmarck or Penmark, in Brittany, 711, 749.

Plantagenet, Arthur. See Lisle, lord.

Plantagenet, Frances, dau. of Lord Lisle, 362 (see Errata), 584.

Plasencia (or Palencia ?), bp. of, and his son, 33 (1, 2).

Plate, 235, 348, 609, 876.

-, search for, 876.

Platyng (in Ireland ?), 347.

Pledgden (Plegden), Essex, 520.

Plimer. See Plummer.

Plummer (Plimer), Mr. (qu. Chr.), 235.

Plumstead marsh, 234 (p. 78).

Pluralities, 90 (p. 26).

Plympton, Dev., 1147.

-, prior of, 1147.

-, steward of, 1147.

Plymstock, Devon, 1147 (p. 392).

Poer. See Power.

Poete. See Poyet.

Poitiers, University of, 238.

Pokton, Great (Gretepokton), Kent, 1105.

Pokton, Little, 1105.

Poland, 113.

Poland (Powle), Sigismund king of, "the king Pole," 113, 153, 293, 543 (p. 180).

-, -, his daughter Hedwig, married Joachim II., elector of Brandenburg, 153, 543 (p. 180).

Pole, Edmund de la, called "White Rose," 434 (p. 141).

Pole (Polo), Reginald, brother of lord Montague, dean of Exeter, afterwards cardinal, 101–4, 127, 129, 432, 512, 659, 673, 687, 701–2, 819, 917, 927, 988, 1028–9.

-, -, letters from, 129, 432, 701.

-, -, letter to, 702.

Pole or Poole (Powle), George, 478.

-, John, 84.

-, Leonard, 1095.

-, Sir Randolph, 32, 34, 35.

-, William, Lisle's servant, 377, 388, 582.

-, -, letter from, 582.

-, -, his room, 582.

Pole, the king. See Poland, Sigismund king of.

Poletensis, John, abbot of Pershore, letter from, 446.

Pollard (Poularde), Hugh, sergeant-at-law, dec., App. 6.

-, Hugh, sheriff of Devonshire (1535–6):—g. 914 (22).

-, Ric., 119, 132, 342.

-, -, letter from, 119.

-, -, his wife, 119.

Polleshith, Hants, g, 1063 (11)

Polonus, M., 103.

Polsted, Henry, Cromwell's servant, 65, 119, 124, 137, 154, 172, 193, 220, 272–3, 342, 359–60, 372, 385, 478, 522, 828–9, 1148:—g. 914 (5).

-, -, letters from, 273, 342, 359, 372, 829.

-, -, account of, 478.

-, Thos., 1148.

Pomeranus, —, German reformer, 543 (p. 180), 805, 1030.

Pommeraye (Pomeroy), Gilles de la, App. 7.

Pont (Pount), Perin del (Pierre du), Grand Master of the Order of St. John (died 17 Nov. 1535), 123, 910, 920.

-, -, letter from, 123.

Pont de Remy (Pontderemy), letters dated at, 70, 257, 412, 715, 750, 769.

Pontanus, D. (i.e. Dr. Gregory Bruck), 355, 363, 389, 629, 825, 979, 1001.

-, -, letters from, 389, 825.

-, -, letters to, 355, 363.

Ponte, John de, chaplain to the sieurde Vaux, 110.

Pontefract abbey, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Ponynges. See Poynings.

Poole. See Pole.

Poole (Pole) Dorsetsh., 190, 1143.

-, mayor of, letter to, 190.

Pope, the. See Paul III.

Pope, the, or "Bp. of Rome" (Court of Rome, Apostolic See, Holy See, Papists, Papal office, authority, supremacy, &c.), 11, 46, 52 (2), 58 90, 100, 109, 134–5, 143, 148, 157, 168, 179 (2), 182, 202, 213, 239, 299, 306, 321, 329, 337, 349, 397, 408, 424, 443, 453, 468, 491, 523, 540, 566, 575, 601, 615–16, 693, 704, 725, 730, 734, 741, 747–8, 758, 775, 789, 834–5, 838, 881, 904 (p. 303), 931, 940–1, 963, 979, 983, 988, 1000–1, 1007, 1014, 1016–17, 1030, 1059, 1066–67, 1069, 1097, 1108, 1110.

-, -, erasing the Pope's name, 408.

Pope, Thos., letter from, 1148.

Popley, —, 439 (†).

-, Katharine, 114–15.

-, -, letter to, 114.

-, -, her children, 114.

-, (Popeley), Wm., Cromwell's servant, 114–15, 478 (pp. 156–57), 618, 625, 703, 712, 898.

-, -, letters from, 114–15, 625.

-, -, servants (named) of, 114–15.

Porehester Castle ("the castle"), 377, 448, 460, 462, 467, 525, 571, 642, 682, 766.

-, letters dated at, 145–6.

Porte, Sir John, justice, 144, 186.

Portendo, captain, 602 (p. 203).

Porter [of Calais], Mr. See Palmer, Sir Thos.

Porter, —, letter to, 913.

-, John, g. 504 (6).

-, Rob., g. 914 (9).

-, Thos., g. 1063 (3).

Portgore, letter dated at, 27.

Portlester, in Ireland, letter dated at, 164.

Portsmouth (Porsmowth), 59, 60, 460, 571, 594 (p. 199), 1149.

-, letters dated at, 448, 467.

-, God's House in, 1149.

-, -, master of, 1149.

Portugal (Portyngall) and the Portuguese, 459, 526 ii.

Portugal, king of. See John.

Portugal, infanta of. See Mary.

-, infant of. See Louis.

-, nuncio in, letter from, 559.

Portyngall. See Portugal.

Posier, Henry, 234 (p. 78).

Postlyng park, Kent, g. 914 (17).

Posts, system of, 27.

Pottel Rathe in Ireland, letter dated at, 1027.

Potter, Thos., 736.

Poularde. See Pollard.

Poulet. See Paulet.

Poundstock, Cornw., 1172.

Pount. See Pont.

Powderham (Powdram), Devon, 897.

-, letter dated at, 796.

Powell, Dr., 235.

Powell or Appowell, John, 317. See also Apowell.

Power or Poer, Sir Ric., baron (1535), 229, 232, 358, 575.

Powerscourt, in Ireland, 147.

Powis, Sir Edw. Grey lord, g. 1063 (5).

Powis (Powez), land, in Wales, 319.

Powle. See Poland, also Pole.

Powles. See London, St. Paul's.

Poyet (Poete), Guillaume, president of the Parliament of Paris, 87, 94, 95, 96, 407 (see Errata), 541–2, 709, 857:—App. 7.

-, -, letter from, 96.

-, -, his nephews, 94.

Poynings, Sussex, 406.

Poynings, —, 441.

Poynings' (Ponynges) Act, 65, 90 (p. 26), 106 (Act passed in Ireland), 125, 575.

Poynter, Wm., 1059.

Poyntes, Mr., 407 (error for Poyett).

Poyntz or Poyns, John, 182, 405.

-, -, letter from, 405.

-, -, letter to, 182.

-, Sir Nich., g. 914 (22).

-, Thos., 182, 405.

-, -, letter from, 182.

Praet, Louis de, second chamberlain to the Emperor, 602 (p. 203), 862 (p. 290).

Prague, letter dated at, 903.

Prat, Ant. du, cardinal of Sens, chancellor of France, and papal legate (died 1535), 906 (p. 305).

Prat, Wm., 33.

Preachers and preaching, 189, 230, 315, 329–30, 358 (p. 121), 583 (p. 194), 592, 608, 611, 632, 704, 740–1, 747, 983, 1059, 1080, 1160.

Preaching, essay on, 1160.

Premonstratensian Order, the, 745.

-, -, registrar of. See Bowyer, Ric.

Presbery. See Prestbury.

President, lord, of the Marches of Wales. See Lee, Dr. Roland.

President of the Parliament of Paris. See Poyet, Guillaume.

Prestbury (Preshery) park, Glone., 212, 334.

Prestlond, Lanneelot, 1156.

Prestolme alias Penmon (q. v.).

Preston, Lanc., 144.

Preston, Wm. à (? Apreston), 883.

Price, Elys (Dr. Ellis), 841, 843, 866.

-, -, letter from, 843.

Primer seisin, 725 ii.

Princess. See Elizabeth: Mary.

Princess Dowager. See Katharine of Arragon.

Priolus. See Priuli.

Prior, Mrs., 132.

Prior, Jacques du, 830.

Prisoners, 430–1.

Priuli, (Priolus), Alvise, 127, 129, 432, 512, 659, 1028, 1034.

-, -, letters to, 129, 432.

Privy Signet. See under Henry VIII.

Probate of testaments, 90.

Procession in London (12 Nov.) for the recovery of Francis I., 812, 848, 861.

Proclamations in Calais, 935.

Proclamations torn down, 883.

Prowd, —, a grey friar, 789.

Prowde, Thos., of Calais, 1121.

Prows, —, Cromwell's servant, letter to, 789.

Prussia (Sprus, Sproice), Albert duke of (called the High Master of Sprus), 55, 291, 293, 776, 824 (?), 922–3.

-, -, letters to, 922–3.

Pryce or Prysse, John. See Rice, John ap.

Ptolemy, edition of works of, 546.

Puglia. See Apulia.

Pukering. See Pickering.

Puleston, —, serjeant, constable of Caernarvon, 1031.

Punyng, Wm., 1147 (p. 392).

Purbeck stone, 571.

Purgatory, 135, 704, 723, 740, 812, 1001, 1059.

Purkoy (a pet dog?), 991.

Puteoli, near Naples, 981.

Puttenham, Sir George, dec., g. 914 (21).

-, -, Alice, late wife of, g. 914 (21).

-, Rob., g. 914 (21).

Puzol. See Puteoli.

Pyckerell, Mr., 496.

Pycton, friar John, 69.

Pygot, John, 93.

Pyke, John, 830.

-, Robt., 830.

-, Thos., 60.

Pykeryng. See Pickering.

Pykton, Yorks., g. 914 (27).

Pyllingbery wood, 495.

Pymme, —, 114—15.

Pynacles, Essex, 481.

Pynto. See Pinto.

Pysyng, Kent, 1105.

Pytts, Thos., chaplain, 179 (2 iii.)

Q.

Quarr or Quarre, —, archdeacon of Llandaff, 695, 806.

Quarre abbey, letter dated at, 925.

-, abbot of. See Ripon, Wm.

Queen, the. See Boleyn, Anne.

Queen, the (so called by Imperialists). See Katharine of Arragon.

Quenby, Leic., g. 911 (27)

Quiænns, Ric., letter from, 611.

Quicke, Denis, 122.

Quyke, James, 830.

R.

R., castle of, 1082.

Rada, near Tunis, 602 (p. 204).

Radclyff. See Ratcliff.

Radergoowith, commote of, in Wales, 140.

Radnorsland, commote of, in Wales, 140.

Radoulphe. See Ridolfi.

Raince., Nic., French agent in Rome, 1007.

Rainold (Renoldes, Raynold), Thos, priest, 87, 95, 333, 407, 542, 709.

-, -, letters from, 95, 333, 407, 542. See also Reynolds.

Ramrigge, Andrew, prior of St. Albans, 1155.

Randazzo, in Sicily, 75.

Rangone, count Guido, 202.

Rankyn, John, 637.

Rantzow, Melehior, marshal of Denmark, ambassador of Christiern III. to the diet of Smalkald, 1018 (p. 348), 1019.

Raskere, Cornw., 480.

Rastell, —, 234 (p. 78).

Ratcliff or Radcliff, Sir Cuthbert, 371 (4).

-, Roger, of the Privy Chamber, g. 914 (16).

Rateleti, letter dated, 89.

Rathangan castle, in Ireland, 147.

Raulyns. See Rawlins.

Ravenhall. See Revenhall.

Ravenna, Benedict de Accoltis cardinal of, patron of Scotland, 76–7, 526 ii.

Ravenspnr (Ravynspor), Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Rawlins (Raulyns), Nic., Carthusian, 283–4, 1150.

-, -, letter from, 1150.

Rawson, Sir John, prior or Kilmainiham (Kilmenen), grand master of St. John in Ireland, 197, 331.

-, -, letter from, 197.

Rayne, letter dated at, 671, 855.

Raynesford or Raynsford, Sir John, App. 12:—g. 914 (22).

Raynforth, John, 144.

Raynold. See Rainold.

Raynolds. See Reynolds.

Raynsford. See Raynesford.

Reading, 186, 536.

-, letters dated at 214, 439.

-, abbey of, 351, 476, 1108.

-, -, Hugh, abbot of, 214, 856, 1108.

-, -, -, letter from, 211.

Recalcatis, Ambrosius de. See Ambrosius.

Rede, —, 519.

Rede or Reed, Bartholomew, his will, 478.

-, Edw., 308.

-, Isabel, letter from, 1151.

-, -, her son-in-law, 1151.

-, John, 1146.

-, Nic., 1147 (p. 392).

-, Peter, 459, 490.

-, -, letter from, 459.

-, -, his father, 459.

-, Sir Robt.. late C. J. of C. P., lord Rede, 279, 283.

-, Thos., 520.

-, Wm., dec., 478.

Redinge, Thos., prior of Kingswood, 315, 394.

-, -, letter from, 394.

Redlynch (Redliche), Soms., 655.

-, letters dated at, 191, 253.

Redman, John, 606.

Redmarley (Rydmarley), Wore., g. 729 (2).

Redyshe, John, g. 914 (26).

-, (Redisshe), John, son of Ric., g. 914 (26).

-, Ric., g. 914 (26).

Reed. See Rede.

Reenes. See Rheims.

Regeley, Thos., 1059.

Regnor, in France, 397.

Regrators of corn, 353, 456.

Reigate, Surr., Holy Cross Priory, 798.

-, -, prior of. See Lynden, John.

Reignold. See Reynold.

Rein. See Rheims.

Remembrances (Cromwell's remembrances, memoranda, &c.), 218–20, 229, 725, 836.

Rendcomb, Glouc., g. 914 (28).

Renoldes. See Rainold, also Reynolds.

Rensele. See Ryngeley.

Renteria (the Rendie), in Biscay, letter dated at, 33.

Reskemer, John, esquire of the body, 888:—g. 914 (30).

Reskymer, John, sheriff of Cornwall (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Reston, Mr., 992.

Retford, Notts, 1089.

Reve, Edw., 697.

-, alias Melford, John. See Bury St. Edmunds, abbot of.

-, Roger, 1060.

Rewley abbey, 782.

-, letter dated at, 782.

-, Nich. Austen, abbot of, letter from, 782.

Rey,. dame de, 906 (p. 305).

Reynes. See Rheims.

Reynolds, Ric., "the father of Sion," Bridgettine monk (executed 1535), 46, 100.

Reynold (Reignold), John, 900.

-, (Raynolds, Apreynald), Robt. ap, soldier of Calais, 319, 198 (? came from Jas. Griffith ap Howell), 623, 1022.

Rheims (Rein, Reynes, Reenes, Reens), in France, 180, 299 (p. 102).

-, letters dated at, 39, 54, 55.

Rhes. See Rice.

Rheseus, John. See Rice, John ap.

Rhodes (Rodes), 459.

Rhodes, religion of. See St. John of Jerusalem, Order of.

-, -, a commander of, 964.

Rhubarb seeds, 238.

Ricardino, Rob., letter from, 1021 n.

Ricardyne, Ric., 728.

Rice (Rheseus), John ap, LL.B. (John Prysse or Pryce), principal registrar of ecclesiastical causes, 5, 51, 139, 160, 344, 423–4, 466, 497, 622, 630, 661, 666, 708, 772, 781 (see notes), 808, 1167.

-, -, letters from, 139, 160, 344, 123–4, 166, 622, 630, 661, 708, 772, 808.

-, John ap, 276.

Rice, Dr. Elis ap, 57.

- (Rhes), Ric. ap, abbot of Conway, 244.

-, Sir Robert ap, 607.

Rice Enerowe, Welshman, 140.

Rich, Ric., solicitor-general, 21, 30, 234 (p. 78), 580.

-, -, letter from, 21.

Rich (Ryche), Mr., 382.

-, Anne, 382.

Richard II., king, 784.

Richard, Mr. See Cromwell, Ric.

Richardi, Arnoldus, 711.

Richardson, John, alias Baxter (q. v.).

Richmond (Rychemont), Surrey, 897, 964 (p. 323), 969.

-, letters dated at, 935, 976:—App. 7–9.

Richmond (palace), the burning of, in Henry VII.'s time, 52.

Richmond, Yorks., archdeacon of, 727, 1070 (4).

-, -, his official, 727.

Richmond and Somerset, Henry Fitzroy duke of, earl of Nottingham (son of Henry VIII. and Lady Tailboys), 427, 510 ii., 599, 613, 779.

-, -, letter from, 779.

Richmond (Rychemonut), Thos., 1059.

Richomme, Briend, 190.

Ricotte. See Rycot.

Riddesdale (Ryddysdale), Nthld., 1078.

Ridley (Ryddeley), Nic., 1078.

Ridolfi (Radoulphe), cardinal, 526.

Rievaulx (Ryvalles) abbey, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

-, abbot of, 1152.

-, Edw., Kirkeby, abbot quondam of, letter from, 1152.

Riou, Thibault Rouault sieur de. 70, 412 n., 750, 769.

-, -, letters from, 70, 769.

- (Ryou), Jenne de Saveuzes, Madame de, 70, 257, 715, 750, 769.

-, -, letters from, 715, 750.

Ripa, Mons de, 702.

Ripon, Yorks., Wilfred's prebend, 704 ii.

Ripon, Wm., abbot of Quarre, 367, 380, 925.

-, -, letter from, 925.

Risebank. See under Calais.

Rivenhall (Ravenhale), Essex, lands (named) in, 234.

River, Kent, 1105.

Robard, John, g. 729 (25).

Robert, D'd ap, 510 ii.

-, Dr. Ellis ap, 607–8 n.

Roberts, Jas.. 582, 657, 682, 991.

Robertson or Robynson, —, parson of Sherrington, chaplain to the bp. of Lincoln, 117, 349, 453–4, 471.

Robinson or Robynson. See also Robertson.

-, George, 137, 172, 193, 478.

-, Isabella, 158.

-, Ralph, parson of Brede, 1130.

Robsart, Mr., 721.

Robynse, John, 883.

Robynson. See Robinson.

Roche, Henry, 162.

Rochelle, in France, letter dated at, 990.

Rochester cathedral, priory of, 342, 691 (abbey), 693:—g. 236 (5).

-, -, prior of, 691:—g. 236 (5).

Rochester, bp. of. See Fisher, John (beheaded June 1535); Hilsey, John (elected Aug. 1535).

Rochester, bpric. of, 16, 498, 531:—g. 236 (5, 12), 729 (8).

-, -, chancellor of, 1153.

-, -, vicar general of. See Griffith,—.

Rochester, John, Carthusian, 283, 523.

Rochford, Lord. See Boleyn, George.

Rochford, lady, wife of the preceding, 402 n.

Rodenborch. See Rotenburg.

Rodes. See Rhodes.

Rodulphus, works of, 615 (2).

Ræulx, Adrian de Croy comte de, 972.

Roff, bp. of. See Fisher, bp. of Rochester.

Roffensis. See Fisher, bp. of Rochester.

Rogers, Edw., 316, 436.

-, Will., 865.

Rogerson, Ralph, mayor of Chester (1534–5), 794.

Roke, John, 279.

-, Wm., 736.

Rokeby (Rookeby), Dr., of Cambridge, 762.

-, (Ruckesbie, Rookby), James, auditor, 201, 456, 618.

Rokes. See Rookes.

Rokewood, John, bailly of Marke, 535, 803, 1026, 1121.

-, -, his brother, 1026.

Rokyng, Kent, 1105.

Rolfe, John, 830.

Rolle, Mr., 410.

-, (Rollys), George, 892, 1033, 1156.

-, -, letter from, 892.

-, -, his wife, 892.

Rolls, the. See under London.

Rolls, master of the.See Cromwell, Thos.

Rollys, See Rolle.

Rolvenden (Rolvynden), Kent, 786.

-, John Franks, vicar of, 786 (see notes).

Romans, king of the. See Ferdinand.

Rome, 103, 127, 182 (p. 56), 202, 243, 287, 298, 325, 395, 449, 514, 526, 601, 658, (p. 221–2), 659, 809, 838, 862, 911, 917, 920, 927, 964 (p. 323), 972, 981, 987, 1000 (p. 338), 1007, 1021, 1028–9, 1035:— App. 7.

-, letters dated at, 15, 82, 143, 249, 268–70, 557, 565, 681, 718, 770, 774–5, 813, 873, 904, 937, 961, 983, 999, 1007.

-, ambassadors at:—

French. See Mâcon, bp. of.

Imperial. See Cifneutes, count of.

Queen Katharine's proctor at, 1035. See also Anguiano, Dr.

news from, 526 iv.

sack of (in 1527), 1007.

Rome, bp. of. See Pope, also Paul III.

Romily, Cicily, 1173 (p. 400).

Romney Marsh, Kent, Marshland and Watering Scottes in, 1105.

Rompney. See Rumney.

Roo, Hew, 116.

Rookby or Rookeby. See Rokeby.

Rookes (Rokes), Chr., chaplain to the duchess dowager of Norfolk, 117, 349, 453–4, 471.

Rookis, —, Irish rebel, 514.

-, -, his sisters, 514.

Roos (Rosse). Thos. Manners lord, 1173 (p. 400).

Roper, Mr., 133.

-, -, his brother, 133.

-, Chr., 66.

-, Margaret, daughter of Sir Thos. More, wife of John Roper, 157, 198.

-, Wm., 218, 1077.

Ropes, provision of, 836.

Rosse. See Roos.

Rossell. See Russell.

Rostock, in Germany, 922.

Rotenburg (Rodenborch), in Germany, 824.

Rothesay (Rothissay) Herald, 7, 151, 165, 184. See also Ambassadors (of Scotland).

Rothewell. See Rothwell.

Rothissay. See Rothesay.

Rothwell, Yorks., 1070 (4).

Rouaud, Anne, madame de Bours, 70, 257, 768.

-, -, letters from, 257, 768.

-, -, her daughter and son-in-law, 768 ii.

-, -, her husband, 768 ii.

-, -, her son, 768.

-, or Rouault, Thibault. See Riou, sieur de.

Rouen, 789:—g. 914 (19).

Rouen, the bailly of, 148. See Notes and Errata.

Rouse, Gilbert, parson of Rouse Lenche, 84, 126, 186.

Rouse Lenche (Russelenge), Worc., parson of. See Rouse, Gilbert.

Rowbrowe, John, 315.

Rowslenche. See Rouse Lenche.

Royston, letter dated at, 630.

Ruardine, Ro., letter from, 1021. See also Ricardine.

Ruckesbie. See Rokeby.

Rudby, Yorks., 1070 (4).

Rudstone, Yorks., 606.

Rudston, Sir John, dec., g. 914 (15).

-, Rob., g. 914 (15).

Rudyng, Walter, 610.

Rumney (Rompney), Monm., 478, 486.

-, -, lands called Splottes in, 486.

Runcorn, Thos., elk., g. 914 (1).

Rusch. See Russhe.

Rushe. See Russhe.

Rusheton, —, 119.

Russelenge. See Rouse Lenche.

Russell, Sir John, of the Privy Chamber, afterwards lord Russell and duke of Bedford, 172, 598:—g. 729 (22).

-, -, letter from, 598.

Russell, —, (qu. Edw. ?), 860.

-, —, 1029.

-, (Rossell), Edw., 60, 501.

-, (Rossell), John, one of the Council in the Marches of Wales, 52 (2, ii.).

-, John, J.P. of Worcestershire, 74, 1124.

-, Sir John, J.P., of Worcestershire, 84, 108, 126, 186, 609, 755.

-, -, letter from, 108.

-, -, his son, 108.

Russhe (Rushe), Mr., letter to, 1131.

-, (Rusch), Sir Thomas, 978, 1042.

-, -, letter from, 978.

Russia and the Russians (Muscovites), 113, 293.

Ruthal, Thomas, bishop of Durham (1509–23), 401 (2).

Rutland, sheriff of, g. 914 (22).

Rutland, Thos. Manners earl of, 179, 705, 740:—App. 12 (?).

-, -, letter from, 179.

Rutter, Wm., g. 1063 (3).

Ryche. See Rich.

Rycot (Ricotte), Oxf., letter dated at, 422.

Ryddeley. See Ridley.

Ryddysdale. See Riddesdale.

Rydman, Mr., 889.

Rydmarley. See Redmarley.

Rye, Sussex, 255, 789, 846.

-, vicar of, 846.

Ryell, Nthld. (?), 1078.

Ryngeley (Ringeley, Rensele), Sir Edward (marshall of Calais till 1535), 72, 525, 1121.

Ryou. See Riou.

Rysbank. See under Calais.

Ryvalles. See Rievaulx.

Ryvell, —, merchant adventurer, 708.

-, -, his wife, sister of Sir G. Strangways, 708.

Ryver. See River.



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