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1916

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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1: 1558-1571 (1916), pp. 508-509. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92570 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Hainault, Protestants strong in, 115.

Hamburg, 299, 301, 302, 306, 309, 310, 312, 313, 320, 325, 333, 366.

Hamilton, John, Archbishop of St. Andrews. See St. Andrews.

Harbarde, Lord, 266.

Harding, Thomas, Precentor or Treasurer of Salisbury and Canon of Winchester, imprisoned, 65.

-, -, author of answer to Bishop Jewel, 184.

Harfleur, 103.

Harlen, Henry d', See Darnley.

Harpsfield, John, Dean of Norwich, imprisoned, 64.

-, Nicholas, Archdeacon of Canterbury, imprisoned, 64, 65.

Harris, master of Bristol School, ejected, 67.

Harvey, refugee in Spain or Flanders, 68.

Harwich, best port for an invading army, 396, 413.

Hastings, Lord, of Loughborough, persecuted, 68.

-, -, favours the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Havre de Grace, 106, 108.

-, Huguenots, masters of, 83.

-, fears of English landing at, 97, 102, 107, 299.

-, English cavalry sent to, 99.

-, reported recapture of, 103, 104.

-, French fail to recover by negotiation, 125, 129, 130, 131.

-, French advance on, 136, 138, 140.

-, Elizabeth demands Calais in exchange for, 134.

-, well supplied with artillery, 121.

-, plague in, 141, 145.

-, surrender of, 142, 143, 145.

-, Huguenots expelled from, 259.

Hawkins, naval officer, 374.

Hay, Edmond, S.J., 217.

-, -, sent from Paris with the Bishop of Dunblane [q.v.] to Scotland, 213, 218–28.

-, -, return of, 231, 232, 234.

-, -, in London, 233.

-, -, in Paris, 235.

-, -, his report, 230, 236, 237, 250, 252, 253, 254.

-, -, his knowledge of Scotland, 247.

-, -, cost of his journey, 248.

Heath, Nicholas, Archbishop of York and Lord Chancellor, in prison, 62.

-, -, appeal of, to Elizabeth, not to meddle in matters of religion, 61.

Henry VIII, King of England, 117, 163, 169, 174, 265, 388.

Henry II, King of France, 3, 6, 7, 9, 291.

-, desires conference with Philip II, 10.

-, his daughter's marriage, 11.

-, letter from, concerning state of Scotland, 11–13.

-, obsequies of, 14.

Henshaw. See Heronshaw.

Hepburn, Patrick, Bishop of Moray, letter to, 165.

Hereford, Ferrers de, Viscount, well affected towards Catholics, 266.

-, -, opposed to the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Herenbrait Stehin. See Ehrenbreitstein.

Herford, 40.

-, second congress of, 43.

Herle, traitor, 410.

Heronshaw, President of Lincoln College, Oxford, ejected, 66.

Hertford, Earl of, imprisoned on return from France, 46, 47.

-, -, his claim to the throne, 266, 401, 403, 416.

-, -, a Huguenot, 394.

-, -, opposed to the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

-, Catherine, Countess of, 265.

Heskyns (Hopkins), Chancellor of Salisbury, persecuted, 66.

Hesse, Landgrave of, 31, 48, 99, 125.

-, Marshal of, commander of German cavalry, 134.

Hide, Thos., canon of Winchester, imprisoned, 65.

-, -, as master of Winchester School, ejected, 67.

High Ongar, Essex, 65n.

Higford, Robt., Norfolk's secretary, 473.

Hill, Robert, canon of Winchester, late pastor at Calais, persecuted, 65.

Hinefild, John, 316.

Holland, 406.

-, Seth, Dean of Worcester, died in prison, 62.

Holstein, 31, 43, 301.

-, Duke of, 37, 318.

Holyrood, commission dated at, 185.

Hortain, Richard, 316.

-, Francis, ibid.

Hosius, Stanislaus, Cardinal Bishop of Ermland, nuncio to the Emperor, 21, 33, 35, 38, 99, 144, 335. And see Trent, Council of, legates at.

-, -, letters from, 20, 23, 149.

-, -, letter to, 484.

-, -, “theologian” of, 468.

Howard, Baron, favours the Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

-, Lord William, well affected towards Catholics, 266.

Howard of Effingham, Lord, Chamberlain of England, well affected towards Catholics, 266.

Hubert (Uberti), John, envoy from Sweden to England, 55.

Hublethorne, Lady, in prison, 68.

Huguenots, 29, 101, 103, 104, 125, 171, 258, 259.

-, concessions to, anticipated, 72.

-, not to preach in walled towns, 75.

-, Catherine declares for suppression of, 83.

-, relations of, with England, 104, 109, 233, 260, 261, 286, 300, 308, 309.

-, in Flanders, 124.

-, in Havre and Boulogne, 83, 103, 259.

-, in Lyons, 82, 244.

-, in Orléans, 97.

-, in Rouen, 82, 106, 108.

-, conspiracy of, against Duke of Savoy, 126.

-, alleged to revere Pius V, 202.

-, risings of, anticipated in 1568, 276, 285.

-, in arms, 306–7.

-, signal defeat of, 307.

-, besiege Poitiers, 312.

-, fleet of, 392, 406.

-, joined by the Gueux, 410.

Hull, 318.

Hume, John, Lord of, a Catholic, 358.

-, -, captured, 440.

-, -, castle of, 358.

-, -, letters to, 149, 178.

Hungary, 45, 161.

-, Diet of, 132.

Hunsdon (Undesdon), Baron, a Protestant, 266.

-, -, in relation to the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Huntingdon, Earl of, a Protestant, 266.

-, -, his claim to the throne, 394, 401.

-, -, opposed to the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

-, -, out of favour, 403, 416.

-, Archdeacon of. See Draycott.

Huntly, George Gordon, 4th Earl of, 124n.

-, -, 5th Earl of, Chancellor, ambiguous politics of, 236, 331.

-, -, -, imprisonment of, 373, 405, 442.

Huttenove. See Utenhove.



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