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Calendar of Border Papers: Volume 2, 1595-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1896.

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"B": treating for secret marriage with the Maxwellshostile to Johnstonto meet Hamilton at Kinneill, 242.

Bacon, Mr Anthony: Eure to, with thanks for his friendly advice (24th Oct.), 434.
-, Mr: hears Crawford's confession, 522.

Baeshe, Ed.: opinion on Ardern's offer (157480), 820.

Baggott, Laird: killed by Cesford near Wooler, his brothers-in-law take revenge, 38.

Bailiffe, Gerrard: 79.

Baldersburie: claimed by officers of Berwick garrison, 505.

Bambrough: Forster asks leave to return to (1st Feb.), 247; Scots attempt to rob and slay Forster at (24th Oct.), 442.

Bamersyde, Laird of: fyles bill, 346.

Banester, H. Butler's "brother": 801.

Banton, widow: 78.

Barde (Baird), Geo.: 74.
-, Jo.: 74.
-, Roger: 79.

Barkley, Arthur: . 80, born in Rutland, pensioner, 540.

Barkour, Allan: purveyor, 27; ceases supplying Berwick (24th July), 41; Vernon professes ignorance of it (29th), 42, 43, 49.

Barmoor: assessed for a wreck, 820.

Barnard (Barney), Castle: in Bowes' charge, suggested by Burghley for Buccleuch's custody (15th Oct.), 424; Bowes thinks very unfit, as near the wastes open to Scotland, and walls in ruin, &c. (23rd), 431.

Barnefather, John, "Jock Webster": felon at large, 312.
-, Rannold (Thornnay more): blackmailed, 136.
-, Rowie: robbed, 64.

Barnehurst on King water: murder, &c., at, 141.

Barnes, Dr Emanuell: has late Bishop of Durham's books, 151; Queen's chaplain, his story about Thomas Musgrave, 746.

Barrestell: on March, 470.

Barrick of the Hill: defects of, 79.

Barro, John, laird of B.: 756.
-, Percy: 756.

Barrock field: robbery at, 687.

Barton barony, Westmorland: 335.

Baryth, George: 128.

Bass, Laird of: his house of Biel, 29.

Battie, Rowland: a common thief, 687.

Battinhop rawk: a thieves' pass, 470.

Batysons: their blood feuds with England componed, 111.

"Bawchling": reproof by spear and glove for a breach of faith, 724.

Baynes, Henry: 387; to keep Scrope informed from Scotland (22nd Oct.), 431, 465.

Beadnell, Mr: his man rises to fray, 99.

Beale: assessed for a wreck, 820.

Bearard, Gillam: a horseman, 542.

Beaton, James: passport to, for France (23rd June 1599), 611.

Beaumont, Jo., viscount: high constable temp. Hen. 6th, 100.
-, Francis, Mr Justice: to Lord Huntingdon from Durham assises, of a Scots' outlaw's threats, &c. (7th Aug.), 45; (Beamond), Mr Justice: Burghley's letter to, 274.

Beckwith, Sir Leonard: temp. Edw. 6th, 100.

Bedford, Earls of: Francis (2nd), 93, 231; Francis (3rd) and Countess expected at Berwick (16th Aug.), 678; news of Sir John Forster's death sent to (13th Jan. 16012), 780; his anger at young Butler's crime, 804; seeks his life, ib., 806.
-, Mount (Berwick): curtain overtopped, &c., 83.

Bedlington, bailiff of: 56.

Bedrule, Laird of: raid by, on West March (July), 198.

Bee, Mat., in Allendale: plaintiff, 309.
-, one: auditor's clerk, buys Sir W. Bowes' leaseholds, &c., 633.

Beef, "poudered": used in the Queen's ships, 518.

Beige, Thomas: passport to, 781.

Belchester, the Tutor of: fyles bill, 346.

Bell, the Scottish (of Berwick): to be returned before the race day (22nd April), 645.
-, Arch.: Eure's horseman, brings money from York, 352.
-, Christofer: burglar, traitor, &c., taken and delivered to Eure (21st Nov.), 226; Scrope's displeasure thereat, ib.; executed by Eure, and inroad by Scrope's men in his wardenry thereon (14th Jan. 159697), 240; his execution causes revenge on the Carletons, 266; who betrayed him, 267; one Christofer: brother of Thomas B., brought Scots into Gilsland, 455.
-, Christofer (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Christell, of the Ridge: Jock and Umfray, his sons, fugitives, 743.
-, Davye: witness, 136.
-, David (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Edw. (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Edmond (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Jeffrey: charges Braconhill with blackmailing and robbery, 1356; denied by the Grames, and himself charged with perjury, 1445; 156; spoiled, 363.

Bell, George: at the Grames' declaration at Carlisle, 206.
-, Geo., of Annan: raid by, 265.
-, Geo., bailiff Farleham, 446.
-, Geo., of Bowbanck: a West March pledge, 350, 455.
-, Geo., of Mylton: 455.
-, Geo. (2), Gilsland: spoiled, 363.
-, Henry (2), Gilsland: spoiled, 363.
-, Humfrey (3), Gilsland: spoiled, 363.
-, Isobel (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, James, of Gilsland: petitions the Council against the Carletons, &c. (18th Nov.), 454; Thomas Carleton's reply and denial of him, or his statements, 455.
-, John: in the plot for Kinmont's rescue, 127.
-, John: at the fray between the Selbys and Grays, 287.
-, John (6), Gilsland: spoiled, 363.
-, Margaret (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Peter (2), Gilsland: spoiled, 363.
-, Richard: Scrope's clerk, 38; presents his rolls to Herries at Dumfries (Aug.), 46; 228; reports on Norham meeting, 352; 805.
-, Ric. (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Robert: shipmaster, Wells, 49.
-, Rowland: witness, 136.
-, Tho.: 79.
-, Tho. (2), Gilsland: spoiled, 363; Thomas, of Gilsland: petitions the Council against the Carletons, &c. (18th Nov.), 454; Thomas Carleton's reply and denial of charges, 455.
-, Walter, of Godesby: at Kinmont's rescue, 122.
-, William: witness, 136.
-, Will. (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.
-, Will., bailiff of Walton wood, 446.
-, Willie, "Redcloak" and two brothers: at Kinmont's rescue, 122; in the plot beforehand, 1267; 155; raid by, 199; a pledge, 350.

Bellas, Captain, &c.: Buccleuch's attack on, 123; made prisoner, East March, 171.

Bellay of Blackupp: pass to Tynedale, 470.

Bellendyne, Sir James: marries Roxburgh's sister (21st April), 744.

Bellinge (Tynedale): the fair day at, 116.

Bellingham: horsemen for, 113; Liddesdale raid onthe cross broken, &c. (14th July), 359; the clans of the West and Middle Marches also in it, 360.
-, James: juror, 276, 312; to advise Scrope's deputy, 400; his daughter marries young Crakenthorpe (3rd Dec.), 483; petition (11th Aug.), 677; presents Lancelot Carleton, 689; petitions the Council, 690, 734; assiser, 750.

Bells, the: under Buccleuch's banner, 169; of Gilsland: hostile to Thomas Carleton for taking their kinsmanleague to kill himprocure his brother's execution, &c., 266; denied by Scrope (28th Feb.), 267, 268; tenants of Dacre, raids on, 289; petition for, 500 are Queen's tenants (18th Nov.), 454; denied that there are 80 in the country, or 50 Queen's tenants, 455; "might mend their manners," 500; (2): horsemen, 326.

Bells, the: in Tyndale, 118; head of Tyndale, 470;kirk, ib.
-, haugh (Middle March): Buccleuch, Carleton, &c., meet secretly at (4th Feb.), 254.

Belsies, Hobbie of the: his bill entered, 20.

Beltryes (Semple, Laird of): late ambassador to England, 653; expected at Berwick (27th Sept.), 772.

Belyster, Laird of: bill referred, 346.

"Belzebub, Old": Scrope so styles Gerard Lowther, 269.

Beneley: muster of, 76.

Bengall, the hership of: 776.

Benks, Anthony of the: raid by, 198.

Bennet, Dr Jo., vice-chancellor of York: to assist Border commissioners, 284; chancellor of York, at Carlisle with commissioners (20th April), 302; to Burghley (29th April), 310; final report of treaties (7th May), 320; recommended to Burghley for his fee attending commission (27th May), 329.

Berrie steillis: Middle March, 559.

Bertie (Bartew), Mr: sent by Willoughby to Selby, 539, 747.
-, : Willoughby's son, has licence beyond seasQueen gives him a jewel, &c. (11th July), 615.

Berwick: complaints of its decay, &c. (1st Jan. 159495), 1; Tweed bridge in danger, gates, walls, &c., 3; victualling neglected, ib.; corporation's offer for, 4; provision for, 5, 7, 8, 9; losses by, 10; stock at, 12; complaints of, 13; customs levied at, 15, 16; bridge, Cowgate, walls in disrepair (2nd June), 34; plan of town for Cecil, 37; muster at, 39; stores in, 40; officers fees, &c., 42; stores, 43; garrison of, 43; store at, 45; the five gates in great decay (10th Aug.), 172; works and pay at, (1596), "Carey porte," &c., 194; victualling charges, &c., 195, 196; men in pay (900), 196; powder for castle, &c., 233; armour and weapons in, ib.; affray between the Grays and Selbys in churchyardthe minister comes out of church, &c. (8th Feb.), 250; the round tower of the castle, now fallen, 200l. required to rebuild itthe long bridge in great dangeralso the Briggate and white wall (15th Feb. 159697), 256; survey of: castle tower fallenRoaring Meg's, Bedford, and Hunsdon mounts' repairNew or Carey gate, &c. (3rd March), 273; short provision (11th), 279; amount shipped (18th), 286; survey of six gates ruinous, &c. (1st April), 288; questions between Mayor, &c., and garrisonchurch small and overfull and dangerouspreacher and people often run out at "sermon time," &c. (20th Jan. 159798), 505; estimate of pay at (24th March 1597 98), 526; assignment for same, ib.; Willoughby's bad opinion of the fortifications (2nd May), 531; garrison of, 980 men, 80 horses (26th April), 530; mustered by Lord Willoughby, 797 officers and men (10th June), 540; the customer's greed and underhand practicescompared to an empty fly by Lord Willoughby (15th July), 548; Willoughby's plan of forts and improvement, 561; one year's works atcastle, long bridge, &c. (29th Sept), 625; the officers' status to be defined, &c. (Feb. 1600), 6401; the Queen's new orders for (July), 673; the gunners' and captains' petitions, ib.; questions on, between Willoughby and Bowes, 674; the two young Ruthvens reach it disguised (11th Aug.), 677; and lie close (16th), 678; not yet seen by Carey (24th), 682; are secretly sent to Durham (4th Sept.), 684; jurisdiction of, stops at middle of bridge, 705; dispute on fishing in close time, 796.

Berwick, Mayor of. See Morton, Orde, Parkinson, Saltonstall, &c.

Beston, Captain, &c.: Buccleuch's attack on, at Hexham,: 123, 171.

Bewcastle: Sir W. Bowes ready to accept office of (17th Nov.), 70; captain of: raids John Armstrong of Hollous, 181; justifies it to Privy Council (9th Sept.), 187; captain of: bill on Scotland, 307; bill against him, 308; the church of: decayed for thirty years, patron unknown (30th April), 312; country "on its knees," 318; grant of, to Sir Simon Musgrave and Thomas M. for their livesrents, tithes, &c., 268l. 7s. (32 Eliz.), 568; incidents of the captainship, ib.; Thomas M. offers it to the King of ScotsCarleton says (Oct.), 572; fray and slaughter in (13th May), 604; the captain of, resets Liddesdale thieves, and his son-in-law and servants in the fray, 604, 605.

Bewick: muster of, 74; New, ib.; 75; not in East March, 198.

Biel (Bell): Laird of Bass's house, 29.

Billie (Beeley), Laird of: the King at his house when absent, 114; his bond referred, 346.
-, Thomas: shipmaster, Lynn, 4.

Bilton: muster of, 76.
-, John: 754.

Birde, Hugh: bailiff of Tynemouth, takes a disguised Scotsman newly arrived from Boulogne (17th July), 35960.

Birletson, Geo.: 79.

Birlinge: muster of, 76.

Birone, Duke of: the Scots troubled at his embassy (19th Oct.), 774; (Byron), Marshal: beheaded (31st July), 794.

Bittlesdon: muster of, 76.

Black, Mr David: preacher, cited for irreverent speeches against James 6th and his mother (29th Nov.), 225.
-, one: answers at day truce, 567.

Black and White , the (Old Bailey): Thomas, the ostler, 680.

Blackarme (Tynedale): watch at, 470.

Blackbray on Cokethead: 470.

Blackburne, Samuel, merchant, Edinburgh: 681.
-, widow Malle, of Dormontstead: raid on, 199.

Blackdone town: raid on, 182.

Blacketer, Laird of (Hume): takes a prisoner on a truce day (1st Aug.), 618: delivered by his warden for punishment (10th Aug.), 619.
-, water: 520.

Blackett, Tho., of Burnfoot: bill on Liddesdale, 309.

Blackhall burn, Tynedale: watch at, 470.

Black heddon: Lady Gray's jointure, 401; Scots tenants in, their sheep taken, ib.

Blacklawe, the: a thieves' pass, 470.

Blacklocks of Beaumont: two murdered, 798.

"Black mail": the Grames' definition of, 1434; Burghley's inquiry and Brackenhill's reply, 156; description of, 164.

Blacknest (Castle), the: the King's hostages' escape from, connived at (19th Jan. 1597 98), 500.

Blackstone lee: a new tower at head of Liddel W., 204.

Black-up-saughs: a pass from Liddesdale, 470.

Blaikdon: muster of, 78.

Blaikmore, Malle: spoiled, 183.

Blande, William: 16; to Burghley on custom at Berwick, 17; opposes corporation, 20.

Blantyre, Prior of (Walter): fell and broke his leg (5th March), 274; protects Edinburgh by his credit, ib.; at Newby with the King (24th Nov.), 464.

Blaydon stayth: 223.

Blaynchett, Ewsteis: ambassador's servant, passport to France (11th Dec.), 813.

Blenched, Robert, Scotsman: passport to, 26.

Blencow, Geo: cannoneer, Carlisle, 98.
-, Henry: juror, 276, 312; assiser, 751.

Blenerhasset, Christopher: bailiff of Irdington, 446.
-, Tho: presents Lancelot Carleton, 689.
-, Wil.: &c., petition the Council, 691.

Blenkinsone, John, of Bellister: plaintiff, 309.

Blenkinsopp, Margaret, of Bittlestone: plaintiff, 309.

Bolam, James: 76.
-, Jo.: 76.

Bolton, Nicholas: slain at his plough, 147, 162, 167.
-, muster of, 76.

Bondage: Eure's tenants exempt froma great oppression both in East and Middle Marches, 403.

Bonjedworth, Laird of (Douglas): resets English outlaws, 338; taken prisoner hunting, 552: hurt, his servant slain, 557; younger, prisoner, ib.; deposition at Jedburgh, before Cesford (9th Sept.), 55960; hurt at Redesdale hunting (2nd Aug.), 557; his servant killed, ib.; his evidence at Jedburgh (9th Sept.), 559; hates Cesford (22nd Sept.), 563.

Bonshawe, Goodman of: in wait to assist Kinmont's rescue, 122; sends Lowther news, 610.

Bootslaw, Tynedale: watch at, 470.

Bootyman, Henry: 75.

Borders, English: bill to strengthen, 231; regulations for the laws of the (1600), 723; manner of holding days of truce, 724.
-, treaties, laws, &c. (Hen. 6thEliz.) collected by Lord Wharton, 821; Warden Courts, orders, &c., on, 822.

Borodon: fails at muster, 76.

Borrowbrigs: the postmaster at, 680.

Borthwick, Alexander, of the French Guard: passport to, 784.

Bosdon: muster of Storys in, 75.

Boswell, Captain, passport to, 30.
-, James: passport to, 30.
-, John: passport to, 30.
-, Robert: passport to, 780.

Bothwell, Earl of (Francis): his brother, &c., taken (Feb. 159495), 13; still in Caithness (15th), 15; his brother and butler hanged (Feb.) 17; reported at Dunkirk (March), 21; report of his landing at Earl's ferry (19th April), 28; and near Berwick (25th), 29; 34; 36; James threatens to recall him to his aid (18th July), 40; 110; has a factor in London, 111; his agent at Newcastle, 113; reports of his returnCarey thought him dead (12th Aug.), 173; James 6th told he is in England, maintains Cesford against him (4th Nov.), 214; question of Crichton important to his children, &c. (5th March), 274; Buccleuch's right to Liddesdale if from him? 275; he was disavowed by Elizabeth, 277; his old visit to Scrope brought about by Sir R. Carey at Carleton's instance, 280; his Falkland raid, 283; Wedderborne his emissary taken in disguise at Tynemouthbrought letterssends him to murder Cesford, &c., 35960; his friends of Cannobie aid Buccleuch's attempt on Carlisle, 367; reported in England (16th Aug.), 553; stays Lord Hume (29th), 556; news of, sent to Cecil (1st Jan. 159899), 583; beloved about Berwick, ib.; trysted with Hume in Francerumour of his secret return to Scotland (22nd April), 645; if familiar with Lord Southampton, 654; again reported in Liddesdale (12th May), 655; mutterings of his arrival (29th May), 659; actions against him, &c., in Convention (8th Nov.), 708; his lands conferred on Cesford (15th), 711; sues for, and has 3000 Spaniards granted for service in Ireland (16th), 712; with 4000 Spaniards to land at Lough Foyle (April-May), 744; rumour of, in the North (20th July), 765.

Bounds of Berwick: six horses stolen from, 148, 150.

Bower [Gower?], Thomas: marshal of Berwick, temp. Hen. 8th, 704.

Bowes, Sir Geo.: the late, 93.
-, Henry: married the widow Heron of Chipchace, 107; Buccleuch's treason to, at a meeting, 130; accredited by Eure to Cecil (18th May), 131; bill on Buccleuch, 309; Eure's deputy, at Canoby holm (2nd May), 314; witnesses Ellots' bond to Eure (4th June), 334; suspected by Buccleuch of late inroad, 336; keeper of Tynedale, 339; with Eure rises to fray (14th July), 359; rescued by the Humes in tumult at Norham ford (8th Oct.), 415, 418; the Tynedale pledges keep out of his way (24th Oct.), 438; to be delivered for Tynedale, 510; delivered at Foulden (13th Feb.), 513; will hinder his punishment of Liddesdale in concert with Buccleuch, already in hand, 514; of Stelling: warns Edward Stanhope of the Scots intended escape (15th March 159899), 5923.
-, Ralph: pays Berwick for his father, 117; making Berwick pay honestly and carefully (2nd Aug.), 168; gone to see his father in Scotland (6th Aug.), 170; armour, &c. delivered to (158890), 221; has paid the Berwick garrison (for Michaelmas 1596), 256; commended by Carey, 292; present at "words" between John Carey and Selby (20th July), 362; has brought and made the half years' pay (23rd), 365; makes Berwick pay for his father (29th Sept.), 408; asks to make the pay for his late father (15th Nov.), 449; Carey thinks him fit to succeed his father, 450; authorized to pay Berwick garrison, 473; denies Fowlis' claim on his late father, 579; to Bishop of Durham that he never heard of it before (26th Nov.), 581; his attempt to defraud William Selby (2nd June), 659; his father's deathbed charge to himhis chicanery, &c., 660.

Bowes, Sir Robert: temp. Edw. 6th and Mary, 100; extracts from his book (1551), 270; a most expert bordererhis clever speech at a March meeting (temp. Hen. 8th), 565.
-, Robert: reckoning with Vernon, 23; pay by, 24; letters sent to, 25; estimate for Berwick, 29; at Berwick (6th June), 35; treasure paid to (July), 39; reckonings of pay, &c., with Ashton, his own fee, &c. (28th), 42; fails to pay his promised 1000l. (16th Aug.), 49; his course a bad one for settlement, 50; his disputes with Carey delay the pay (9th Sept.), 54; his reckonings with Asheton (29th), 56; accounts with Vernon, 92; royal warrant for his defaults and discharge, &c., on security, 92, 93; must be sent down again (21st Jan.), 97; is purposed to resign treasureship (26th), 98; suggests interim keepers of Middle March, 100; on his way to Scotland, ambassador (18th Feb.), 106; cannot get audience for the King's important affairs (28th), 110; to Eure with King's pleasure (14th March 159596), 116; his son Ralph makes Berwick pay, 117; to Eure with charges against him from Edinburgh (1st April), 118; neglects payment of labourers, ib.; Kinmont's rescue reported to, by Scrope (14th), 121; his dealing as to Kinmont's original taking, 177; informed of Cesford's breaking Swinburne (3rd Sept.), 184; sends the Scots complaints, 186; inclined to give up his treasurership (10th), 188; Vernon begs 600l. in his hands (16th), 189; from Edinburgh to Scrope of King's movementsthe Queen's letter may hinder his loosing Buccleuch, &c. (28th Oct.), 205; the commissioners to (29th Jan.), 243; his reply in haste after audience (31st), 244; to Burghley for the excess of Berwick pay beyond receipts (12th Feb.), 256; to the commissioners of his audience, and the King's order to Buccleuch, &c. (26th Feb.), 266; to Scrope thereof, ib.; to Bishop of Durham on adjournment of commissioners' meeting (5th March), 275; his man Sheperston's dispute with Carey on the pay, &c., 285; another's breaking credit, &c., ib.; bill against West March, 307; to Burghley for arrears by his servantleave to return to England, &c. (31st May), 331; ill received at Lythco by the King, 336; to advise and direct Scrope and Carey (7th June), 337; to Sir W. Boweshas kept his bedhopes to hear from him (24th June), 355; to Scrope on postponing exchange of pledges, &c., 396; to Sir W. Bowes with minute of King and Council on pledgesis himself very unwell (27th Sept.), 407; his son makes the pay for him (29th), 408; Carey thinks him dying, and his wife has gone to Edinburgh on 6th (9th Oct.), 414 15; is in great debility, from exertion crossing the Forth in tempestsadvised to seek change at Berwick (11th Oct.), 422; to solicit for Cesford's delivery (15th), 423; still in great weakness (23rd Oct.), 432; but little better, yet coming to Berwick if he canCarey sues for his office (23rd Oct.), 433; to Sir W. Bowes of the King's orders as to Cesford's pledges, &c. (29th), 439; Carey's opinion he is near deathand continued suit if he dies (31st), ib.; reaches Berwick 5th Nov. and has kept his bed sincegetting worse (12th Nov.), 448; at Berwick very ill (12th Nov.), 449; to Burghley for leave to his son Ralph to make the pay, ib.; dead at 3 o'clock "this night" (15th), ib.; wife and son in poor estate, ib., 450; the late: loan to, claimed by David Fowlis' brotherdenied by his son Ralph B. (2nd Dec.), 579; never heard of before, 581; the late: his money dealings with William Selbysells a lease twicehis deathbed charge to his son to pay, &c., 660, 680.

Bowes, Robert: Sir William B.'s brother, to be delivered for Redesdale, 512.
-, Robert, junior: named commissioner, 85, 102; his difference with Mr David Fowlis (3rd Oct.), 200; Burghley's letter thereon to Bishop of Durham, and answer (14th), 203; commended by Bishop of Durham to Cecil, 585; to the Bishop from Barnes as to his dealings in lead with the Fowlises, &c., and agreement (18th Jan. 159899), ib., 586; his difference with Fowlis not settled (3rd April), 599.
-, Sir W.: instructed as to Forster's rolls, &c. (7th Oct.), 59; commissioner, not yet at York (29th Oct.), 66; to Burghley for aid in his suit to Mrs Foljambwill take Bewcastle if offered to him (17th Nov.), 70; instructions to, for dealing with Sir John Forster, 70, 71; to Burghley of their dealings, and evil condition of the Middle Marches (29th), 80; named commissioner, 85, 100; suggested as Treasurer of Berwick and Warden of Middle March, 101; commissioner, 102, 107; with Carey, resisted at Rob of the Fauld's, 123; "Mr W., esq.," refuses tithe of lead to the parson of Middleton on Teesdale, 128; Swinoe to, of visit to Lord Hume, &c. (26th June), 143, 193; appointed commissioner on Border causes (2nd Oct.), 199; is not in the Bishopric (14th), 203; warned to join the others by 8th Nov., 206; at Aukland (9th Nov.), 216; still awaiting the Scots (15th), 219; armour received by (in 158890), 221; to Burghley, on causes of disorder along the three Marches (28th), 224; 236; to Burghley on their first meeting the Scots (19th Jan. 159697), 237; to same and Cecil privately, 238; with their joint articles for business (24th), 239; to Cecil on state of commissioners' business (31st Jan.), 242; with others, to R. Bowes, and his reply, 2434; demand to, for five traitors by Scots, 244; instructions to, &c., and offers (1st Feb.), 2445; to Burghley of their discussions, claims, &c., 245; with others to same, of their progress (2nd), 247; and privately thereon, ib., 248; to same of Lord Scrope's question, &c. (5th), ib., 249; to Cecil of their sittings (6th), 249; his speeches to the commission (8th), 252; to Cecil of the King and Cesford (10th), 255; to Burghley of proceedings, state of the whole Border, &c. (11th), ib., 256; 259, 262; will supply Scrope's place, if approved, 269; his fee, 50l. (28th Feb.), 270; summoned to Court (25th), and letter sent to him in Derbyshire (1st March), 271; will be missed by his colleagues, 272; in Derbyshire (4th March), 274; memorial for conference with him (6th), ib., 275; the Council's answers to his articles (10th), 277; to be sent to the King, 278; Bishop of Durham's letter to sent to Burghley (15th), 283; instructed by Burghley to reconcile Eure and Scrope (17th), 284; to be warned by Cecil of Carlisle meeting (3rd April), 289; to Burghley from Richmond, is straitened for money, and requesting an advance (9th), 293; losses of his family in public service, ib.; from Carlisle to Burghley, of the King's dealingstheir difficulties, &c. (17th), 298; to Cecil thereonhis mission and delay therein (18th), 300; of meeting the Scots (20th), 302; of late raidshis safe conducts not come, 303; to Burghley of the opposite wardenshis doubts of their meaningthe King's countenance, &c. (23rd), 304; to Burghley of the King's uncertain dealingshas his safe conductbut awaits his return from Dundee (27th April), 306; still at Carlisle (29th), 310; to CecilBuccleuch's defence of his inroad near the truth, but failed appearancecan now go to the King fully furnished (2nd May), 313; his pains commended by Scrope, 314; answer to the Scots' demand of A. Douglas, &c., (4th), 315; signs the treaties (5th), 31617; his dealings with the three English wardens for concordScrope and Lowtherthe Carletons, Grames, &c., related to Burghley by Bishop Mathew after his departure (6th May), 318; to sign the English treaty sent to him in Scotland (7th), 320; reaches Edinburgh (6th), to have audience (7th May), 321; report of his demand of justice or war (16th), 324; his speech at Carlisle to Carleton, 325; was convoyed into Scotland by one or two chief Grames, 329; is to deal peremptorily with the King (27th), ib.; Scrope's report of him (28th), 330; his demand on the King at Lythco ill received (5th June), 336; to advise and direct Scrope and Sir R. Carey under treaty (7th June), 337; Scrope to, of the distant place and short notice for pledges (22nd), 349; his fee retained against his arrears, &c. (300l.), ib.; meets Lord Hume and Wedderburne at Norham fordtheir discussion, &c. (25th), 3501; leaves for south, 352; Eure asks Burghley to consult him, 353; to Cecil of the late meeting at Norham, with lettershis fatigue in the business (29th), 354; Lord Hume, &c., toRobert Bowes to, 355; steward and constable of Rably(?), 380; the Queen's instructions to him and Bishop of Durham for the pledgesreconciling Eure and his opponentsinquiries on the Marches, &c. (2nd Aug.), 375; petitions Burghley for his "diets," &c., or a lease of Eglestone for a small fine (9th), 380; Scrope's "brother" and his lady, Scrope's "sister" at Bolton, 388; his meeting with Bishop of Durham at Newcastle put off by the plague (28th Aug.), 388, 389; Bishop of Dunkeld sends commendations to, 390; his fee as commissioner (3rd Sept.), 394; to meet Eure, &c., at Newburne on 20th (15th), 396; presentments against Eure, &c. (21st), 397; requisition to Eure at Newburne (22nd), 398; to the gentlemen of the juries, ib.; to the Council at York to receive the twenty Scottish pledges on 2nd Oct. (23rd), 400; indent with Lord Hume, &c., 406; Robert Bowes to, of the King's promises, &c. (27th Sept.), 407; at Norham fordcrosses swollen Tweed to confer with Hume, &c. (29th), 409; to Bishop of Durham with report of meetingadjournment, his sufferings in a wet saddle, &c. (3rd Oct.), 4112; with the Bishop at Auckland, and highly commended to Cecil for his discreetness single handed (4th), 41213; Carey's report of him at the adjourned meeting on 8thCesford's alleged treacheryLord Hume's honourable dealing, &c. (9th Oct.), 415; his own declarationrebuke of the country musters' slovenly arrayconference with the Scots at the water side, 416; pressed a dead pledge on Lord Humeviewed and acceptedalso Buccleuch's entry, delivered to the gentleman porter, bestowed in Norham and carried to Berwick, 41718; the sudden tumult by Cesford's manLord Hume's rescue, taking him on his horse with his company to Hutton hall and thence to Berwick (8th Oct.), 41819; Hume's visit to Berwick next daydining with Carey, &c. (9th), 419; leaves Buccleuch in Carey's charge, 420; to Burghley thereof, and his own narrow escape, wishing to be discharged (10th), ib., 421; to Cecil, commending the Humesthe ambassador in Edinburgh dangerously ill, &c. (11th), 421; to Lord Hume on late tumulthas commended him to the Queen, and awaits Cesford's delivery as promised (13th Oct. 1597), 8245; reached Berwick (24th Dec.), 825; Lord Hume to, in reply, dissatisfied with his remarks, and will be ready to do his own part (14th Oct.), 422; Sir George Hume to, will assist to his power, 423; to Cecil with these letters and qualifying his commendation of Lord Hume to the Queen (18th), 425; his reply and explanation to Lord Hume (17th), 4257; Lord Hume to, from Linlithgow with the King's views, &c., (19th), 427; requisition to Lord Hume, &c.; for Cesford's delivery (20th), 430; to Cecil thereon, and a fit place to keep Buccleuch, &c. (23rd), 431; his minerals rather than Border business occupy him, 433; to Cecil of progress with Hume, &c. (24th Oct.), 435; to Burghley for directions on the King's two letters for Buccleuch (26th), 436; the king to, for Buccleuch's release on bond (20th Oct.), 437; Eure to, as to the escaped pledges (28th), 437; to Cecil of his progress as to pledges, &c. (31st), 438; has been at Bradley since the meeting on 8th, 439; Lord Hume to, as to pledges (1st Nov.), 4401; to Cecil with his reply to Lord Hume (8th Nov.), 444; to Cecil with thanks, for offer of the treasurership of Berwick, if not sought by his cousin Ralph Bowes, &c. (25th Nov.), 465; Carey thinks him slack in Border business, keeping at homesuspects the Queen wishes him to be treasurer, unfit as a northern man for it, &c. (1st Dec.), 4745; the Queen's decision to make him treasurer and ambassador, a bad precedentundid his uncle (22nd June), 487; to Cecil on Scottish affairs, the King, the kirk and pledges (24th), 488; to the deputies of Middle and West Marches on pledges (26th), 48990; Edward Gray to, in reply (28th), 490; advises with Carey on Buccleuch's challenge, 491; to Edward Gray with instructions on pledges (29th), 492; Gray to, of difficultiesthe Woodringtons' visitbad languages to his servant, &c. (31st Dec.), 493; to Cecil of his dealing through Buccleuch for the pledgesthe difficulties, &c. (4th Jan. 159798), 4967; Wedderburn to, on pledges (4th Jan. 159798), 497; to Cecil as to Wedderburne's missing letters, &c. (8th), ib., 498; to Burghley with summary of negotiations (10th), 498; summary, 499; to Cecil on slowness of proceedingsBuccleuch's request commended (20th), 501; Buccleuch to, for release on pledging his son, ib., 502; Nicolson to, audience of the KingCesford's wishes, &c. (16th), ib., 504; same to, of his safe conducthouse in Edinburgh, &c. (17th), 504; to Cecil, has his safe conduct, but will wait a little at Berwick (21st), 506; has gone to Edinburgh (28th), 508; Wedderburne toon his sudden departure and misunderstanding (4th Feb.), 508; to Edward Gray in haste to warn the pledges (5th), 509; Carey on his returnnomination as treasurer, &c. (6th), 510; to Wedderburne, &c., in reply (6th), 511; agreement at Lamberton with Wedderburne (7th), 512; to Cecil, reporting his negotiation in Edinburghhas done his bestdoubts of success, &c. (8th), ib., 513; to Cecilof delivery of pledges at Foulden (13th), and receipt of Cesford's person at Berwick (on 14th), (15th Feb. 159798), 5134; to same, reporting conference with Cesfordhis promises, &c. (18th), 515; to same, of release of Buccleuch, and receipt of his son, 10 years old, "a proper and toward" child (on 16th), 516; indent with Buccleuch (15th), 517; to Cecil as to Cesford (19th), ib.; now at Court (7th March), 523; to Burghley, excusing himself from the Queen's censure at audience (16th), and his opinion for the Middle March (17th March), 524; to same, from Charging Cross, with note of Border services (2nd April), 5278; to same, for equal payments as Treasurer of Berwick (14th), 528; appointment and instructions as Treasurer of Berwick (20th April), 529; to Burghley with note of his fees, &c. (1st June), 533; has spent 1000l. beyond his salary, 534; to Cecil on leaving for Berwick (3rd), 535; to Burghley with Scottish newsis about startingwishes his fees, &c. (5th), 537; lodges near Grays Inn, ib.; Queen's warrant for 1000l. to (8th), 539; to Cecil from Walton, awaiting full order for 1000l. (3rd July), 545; not yet at Berwick (11th), 547; to Cecil, experience on Border meetingsseven years deputy to Henry lord Scrope (10th Oct.), 5646; to samecauses of his absence from Berwickservice on assises, &c., lead and iron miningurging disabilities, eyesight, &c., for new mission to Scotland (10th Nov.), 5757; to CecilSelby's allowance for Buccleuch (21st Nov.), 578; to the three wardens for diligence, ib.; commissioner, 584; should be sent to Scotlandbut his sight and hearing bad (13th Feb. 159899), 588; commissioner, 590; to Cecilof his close stay at Berwick since Decemberdespite his healthprivate affairs, &c. (18th April), 601; to same, for 1000l. for Berwick, and balance of his fees (1st May), 603; sent to Edinburgh Castle for Ashfield's matter (19th June), 610; Berwick pay desired by (28th), 612; to the Council, on March affairs, and opinion on Cesford's offers to the Queenhis character, prospects and objects (Sept.), 6201; to Cecil from Warwick lane, with causes of his absence from Berwick (7th Dec.), 6323; his lawsuits, leases, &c., 633; is lying at Hackney extremely sick (Dec.), 635; to Cecil from Berwickhealth prevented waiting on himask allowance, ib.; discussed between the King and LeighKing pleased to hear Queen Elizabeth had called him "sirra," 649; the Lord Treasurer to, sharply rebuking him (18th July), 668; his reply and explanation (23rd), 66970; his suit with F. Foljamb at Derby referred to arbiters, 770; Cecil warned against him by Sir John Carey (25th), 671; refuses Musgrave's "extras" (27th), 672; questions as to Berwick, 674; his stoppage of Musgrave's "extras," 675; to Cecil and Buckhurst on complaints against him (20th Oct.), 6967; his discreet carriage at Berwick council (21st), 699; his malice to Musgrave and flattery of Willoughby (30th Oct.), 706; charges stirred up by (1st Nov.), 707; sick at Berwick (10th), 709; asks leave to Derbyshire (27th Dec.), 720; with Willoughby to Cecil, in answer to charges on the pay, &c. (31st), ib., 721; to Cecilwith thanksbut out of healthcrossed in his dutiesprivate estate injuredand overburdened, &c. (31st Dec.), 721; his official fees, retinue, &c., 722; to Cecil with papers in defence (10th Jan. 1601), 724; his evil demeanour to Musgrave, 725; to Cecil with account of Powrie Ogilvythe De Rohans at Berwick (11th), 726; to same on behalf of Mr Swinow (20th), 728; to Laird of Ayton and W. Hog, as to Powrie Ogilvy (24th), 729; in interfering with the master smith's place (9th March 1601), 735; declaration for next pay, 760; ordered to pay Musgrave's extras (30th June), 761; to Cecil from Walton, for aid towards pay, has the stone, &c. (3rd July), 762; to Cecilthanks for aid in the pay (20th Aug.), 769; his purse looked to by Carey for increase of pay (31st Oct.), 807; his leave of absence unheard of (15th Nov.), 809.

Bowes, Mrs: summoned to her husband in danger, and goes to Edinburgh (6th Oct.), 415.

Bowghthill: four Charletons slain at (6th June), 36.

"Bowholme, young" (Hob of): raid by 199.
-, See Ellot, Robert.

Bowland, Simon: 75.

Bowleterhill (near Carlisle): 771.

Bowlnes parsonage: bargain for, between Bishop of Carlisle and H. Leigh (29th Nov.), 465.

Bowman, Peter: Scrope's servant, dead of consumption, 465.

Bowthrelbancke: mustered, 558.

Bowyer (Boyer), William: his maps of Berwick, 29; report on store there, 32; complaint by, 33; to Sir R. Cecil with a plan [of Berwick] (24th June), 37; Captain: sent from Berwick to stay a Hamburg ship in the Forthhis adventuresposes as a Dutch master mariner (13th Dec.), 86; recommended by the two Careys to Sir R. Cecil, 108; 173; with company at Norham ford (29th Sept.), 409; also on 8th Oct., fired 3 volleys in tumult but hurt no one, 415; t. 43, born in London, 540; 564; sent for by the Queen's command (5th April), 599; said to buy Persian and Turkish horses, ib.; to Willoughby, 633, 674; awaited at Carlisle, 790, 792; (29th Aug.), 795.

Brackenburie, Mr: must await his suit, till a death vacancy, 266; Scrope owes him 2000l., 774.

Brackenhill: meets Francis Dacre at Burgh sands (10th Sept.), 562; his threat to Scrope (1st Aug.), 766. See Grame, Richard of Brackenhill.

Bradbelt, Eky: spoiler, 142.
-, Dick: spoiler, 142.

Bradburie, tenants of: distrained for rent, 293.

Braddell, Cuthbert: cannoneer, Carlisle, 98.
-, Ric.: a jesuit priest at Fernehirst, 741.
-, Mr: general receiver, rebukes Brakenhill's irreverent speeches, 228; is pressing the Burgh tenants for rent (10th Jan. 159697), 234; reports to Burghley, 235.

Bradforth, Bartie: 1; his share of a coal mine at Orde, 642.
-, (Bradford), Robert: sheriff of Northumberland (1595), 232; ex-sheriff, discharge to, 265.
-, Thomas; juror, Newburne, 405; at Norham ford (29th Sept.), 409; of Bradford: commissioner, 584, 590; justice, long in dead palsy, 791.

Brancepeth Castle: recusants to be kept in, as a gaol, 333.

Brampton: muster at (5th Sept.), 557; in Gilsland: the Carletons brave Scrope at (1st March), 272;foot hall, park, &c.: in Lancelot Carleton's hands (8th Sept.), 558; dispute about courts at, 600; the Grames' riot at, 686.

Brandon, Charles: was married when he m. Henry 8th's second sister, 103.

Branxton, Christofer: 76.
-, one: arrests Norton his debtor, 705.
-, tenants of: spoiled (20th Oct.), 213.

Brathwate, Tho.: &c., petition the Council, 690.

Bread, "good cheat": its composition, 583.

Breariethwaite, &c., forest: 1000 red deer in, 446.

Brearly, one: a merchant of Berwick, befriends R. Hesketh, and takes letter to his father (6th April), 7401.

Bredeman, Wil.: provost marshal of Berwick, 760.

Brewhouse, Jock, "of the Narrowe," elder: raid by, 165.
-, John, in Killam: raid by, 182.
-, Lowry: left for dead, 297.
-, one: his horse taken, 147.
-, one: question as to, at truce day, 567.

Brickwell, the late Captain: 70.

Bridge (Berwick), the long: in great decay, 28; workmen at, 49; mended, but rotten and dangerous, 61.

Briggs (Breges), Mr: surveyor of woods, 535; one Mr: his bargain with Leigh, 650.

"Briggomes," Willie of: raid by, 199.

Brigwood park: in Lancelot Carleton's hand, 558.

Briskoe, Robert: witness to the Grames' declaration at Carlisle, 206; 268, 290; of Harrington houses: recognisance by (9th Jan. 1603), 817.

Brittany, Duke of: allied to John of Gaunt, 104.

Broade, Francis: pensioner, 778.

Brocksmonth: 29.

Bromeley, Sir Henry: at the prince's baptism, 680.
-, Harry: never at Berwick, 765.

Brooke, Thomas: horseman, 542.

Brotherstones, John, of Tranent: his horse stealings, &c., in the north, declared by associate (2nd March 15978), 5202.

Broughill, Edw.: 74.

Brounckard, Sir Harry: ambassador, arrives in Berwick (29th Aug.), 683: leaves it and reaches Edinburgh in one day (6th Sept.), 684; to have audience at Stirling on 11th, 685; returns to Berwick (20th), 688.

Browell, Jo.: 74.

Browham, Tho.: &c., petition (11th Aug.), 678.

Browne, Arche: 75.
-, Cuth.: 76.
-, Geo.: 75.
-, George, esq.: 93.
-, Jo.: 76.
-, John: assistance denied him by Eure, 352; his replication to Eure's answers to the inquisition (28th June), 3534; Eure wishes him confronted, 369; to Burghley craving answer to his petition to the Council (2nd Aug.), 375; denied aid, &c., by Eure, 397; juror, Newburne, 405; has charge of Buccleuch at Norham (8th Oct.), 418; to Sir W. Knowles of the bloody assault on him by Eure's servants, his wounds, peril of death, &c. (1st Nov.), 440; Eure's contrary account to Cecil, of his slanders, insolence, threats to his servants, &c., backed by the Bishop of Durham (7th Nov.), 4434; recorder of Berwick: Cowling's deposition to the assault on himand certificate of his character, &c. (19th Nov.), 4556; Mr Alderman Aiscough's thereon (21st), 457; Bishop of Durham to Burghley with these, &c., that his life may be protected (24th), 4589; Eure's demand for his committal as a "factious varlet," "armed villain," &c., 460, 461; his assailants' bond to keep the peace, &c., 462; to the Councilthat Eure took clerkship of the peace and stewardship of Hexham from himdenied him justice against the Burnes, &c., spoiled his brother, took his servant's housethreatened to chamber his tongueassaulted himfears for his life, &c. (2nd Dec.), 4779.

Browne, Mark, of Softley: 755.
-, Richard: forced to buy peace, 6867.
-, Rob.: receives a banished Scotsman, 129.
-, Hob.: fyled, 345.
-, Valentine, esq.: commissioner on Northumberland wreckers (156074), 819; Sir Valentine: his agreement for victualling (157480), 820; Sir Valentine: former victualler, Berwick, 4; offences by, in stock, overcharges, &c., 10; held all Berwick offices at once, 68.
-, one: slain in Bewcastle, 36.

Browneles, William: charged with assault on John Browne at Richmond, his declaration, &c. (1st Nov.), 440; Lord Eure his master, to Cecil thereon (7th), 443; of Witton: depositions against (19th Nov.), 456; (21st), 457; his own examination, 461; his recognisance to appear at assises, and keep the peace to Brown, &c., 462.

Bruce, Mr Edward: on the King's displeasure about Valentine's story, &c. (27th May), 537.
-, Master Robt.: and other preachers to be recalled (27th Sept.), 772.

Bruges (Bergis): Willough by when at, 713.

Brunsheill Moor: near Tarras, 301.

Buccleuch (Balclugh, Bukclugh), Laird of: keeper of Liddesdale, gone to Edinburgh, 8; report of King's capture by (31st Jan. 159495), 12; false (3rd Feb.), ib.; Border bills referred to, 19, 20; in too much favour with Queen (20th March), 21; who wishes to see Liddesdale (10th May), 30; foul murders by him (29th), 32; his haughty request to Scrope (8th June), 35; his murder of the Charltons in May, evil advice to Queen of Scots, &c. (13th), 36; his purpose against West March (28th), 37; his quarrel and old feud with Tynedale, &c., about his grandfather's sword (2nd July), 38; Scrope to Burghley for aid against him (9th Aug.), 46; his reproof or removal demanded by Elizabeth, 51; gives Scrope no justice (28th Aug.), 52; (keeper of Liddesdale): Eure signifies his own appointment to (9th Dec.), 85; his reply (19th), ib.; supports the Turnbull clan against Cesford (26th), 90; having delivered Ellot of Harskarth, Eure to give up two English offenders (17th Jan. 159596), 96; his cruel murders of Dodds and Charltons in Tynedale, 98; without redress, 101; resets one Anton Armstrong in Liddesdale, 105; backs the Turnbulls, and strengthens Hermitage and Hawick, 107; is strong of Bothwell's faction, and the King displeased, 110; claims to meet Lord Eure as keeper of Liddesdale (10th March 159596), 112; works by Bothwell's agent, 113; his pride and scorn to Scrope, and their dispute touching Kinmont's taking (18th March), 11415; his claims to meet Eure as keeper of Liddesdale, backed by the King (23rd), 116; keepership his inheritance, ib.; his rescue of Kinmont from Carlisle, detailed (midnight, 13th April), 120; further particulars, had 500 horse, his assistants, the 5th man who entered, his speech to his men, ib., 1223; instructions against him to the Privy Council, 123; his ring sent to Kinmont as a token, ib.; had but forty horse, Eure says, 125; preparations against Eure (17th), 126; secret report about him to Scrope by Richies Will (24th April), 1267; feud with Cesford, good for Eurea Spaniard at heart, 12930; his attempted treason against Eure's deputy, &c., 130; the King's dealing with him, 134; Eure's character of hima papist, proud, claims royal descent and desires an earldom (18th June), 1389; law on the point between Scrope and him, 139; evidence against him pressed by Scrope, 1401; his deputies to meet Eure, 143; workings against Scrope, 149; letters to, from the six Grames in London, 151; his threats by Thomas Musgrave, 152; his plot at Langholm, &c., 155, 156; utterly denied by the six Grames, 157; charges repeated by Scrope (31st July), 160; his quarrel with Scrope injures the Middle March, 166; his concerted attack in force on Rob of the Lake, &c., and Scrope's reprisal (1st3rd Aug.), 169; farther evidence of his plot against Carlisle, 170; Scrope's offer to him about Kinmonthis other offences, &c. (10th), 171; his working at Edinburgh with the King against Scrope (14th), 174; Scrope's summary of his plot, &c. (19th), 176; had no lawful right over Kinmont (22nd Aug.), 177; his feud with Cesford to be promoted, 178; spoils procured by him, 183; Johnston deals with, to annoy Eure (7th Sept.), 185; bent on inroads rather than justice (10th), 188; West March complaints of, &c. (JuneSept.), 198; bursting open iron gate of Bankhead on Esk, &c., ib.; in ward at St Andrews, the King moved to enlarge him to Borders (20th Oct.), 205; Scrope's fear of disturbance, if he is (22nd), 206; Grames deny plot with him against Carlisle, 2068; no quiet on West March if let loose (26th Oct.), 209; is let homebringing too many weapons for quietness (9th Nov.), 217; combines too much with riding surnames, 224; allowed to return to Liddesdale (29th Nov.), 225; not so conformable with Eure (31st Dec.), 230; the King and Council bearing out his act at Carlisle (13th Jan. 159697), 235; is one of the two firebrands of the Border (19th), 238; his surprise of Carlisle, reserved to the Queen's ordering, 242; is guilty of twenty murders, ib.; extent of his damages, and not yet 30 years old (31st Jan. 159697), 243; Scrope's late reprisals on, and refusal to deal, till his act at Carlisle is punished (1st Feb.), 246; jealously in Scotland of the Queen's anger with him (6th), 249; his further inroads on Scrope, and open contempt of the commissioncould not attend them from his broken shoulder-bone, ib., 250; meets Carleton, Scrope's officer, &c., to no good purpose, and shook hands at parting (4th Feb.), 254; Scrope's continued refusal to see him, ib.; his wife Cesford's sisteris double cousin german to Johnston, 255; should be imprisoned till Queen is satisfied, 256; summary of his offences, crimes, pretended imprisonment, &c., 260; fyled for murders, 263; bills of West March against him, &c., 265; ordered by messenger to make amends forthwith (26th Feb.), 266; his attempt on Carlislereserved to the Queen and withdrawn from Scrope (1st March), 271; his right (to Crichton?) disposed of by Lennox in minority, 274; Burghley's questionsof his meansif right to Liddesdale by the King or Bothwellif at variance with Cesford? 275; his delay in justice with Scrope, 277; his "act" reserved to the Queen's demand by ambassador expressly, 278; his complaint against Scrope for reset of Bothwell, treated as frivolous, 280; opposed to pledges, his best men being among them, 283; outrages on the West March (June-Sept. 1596), 288; his intended horse race, Scrope's suspicions thereof, &c. (2nd April), 289; his letter admitting the Grames' assistance in Kinmont's rescue, 290; his inwardness with the Kingconference at Dumfries, &c. (17th), 298; his bloody inroad on Tynedalelist of slain, &c., 299300, 301, 303; Scrope's refusal to meet him, 304; bill against him for Tyndale, &c., and demand for his delivery (21st April), 305; the commissioners' conference with him on the Border, 306; is "fyled," and to meet opposite warden, 2nd May (29th), 30910; the Tynedale men abandon their sheilings in fear, 311; Scrope's deputy to meet him on 2nd May, 313; defends his late inroad as justified, but does not attend meeting (2nd May), 313; certificate by Scrope's deputy thereof, 314; called the Scourge of God by the commissioners (7th May), 319; his removal from office by the King, very doubtful, 320; the Council approve his late acts in Tynedalehe sees the King, who laughs with him on ithis promise to revenge Queen Mary's death, 321; his own hand will convict the Grames, &c. (16th May), 325; his outrage "horrible," 333; his complaint to the King of Eure's inroad (6th June), 335; account of his audience at Linlithgowhis proposalthe King's rejection of it, &c.,his arbitration with Lennox for Bothwell's lands, successful, &c., 336; his threats, &c., at the Elliots' bond to Eure (8th June), 3412; brings his pledges to Norham forddiscussion with commissioners and refuses delivery (25th June), 3512; one Englishman kills another before him at Hawick, 354; his conduct at Norham ford discussed, ib.; his people's foray in Tynedale unresisted (14th July)Eure's wish to take him quick or dead, 359; to bring his head to the Queenis colourably in Edinburgh, 360; a "mighty invasion"his people foray Gilsland also (19th), 363; his pretence to chase his escaped pledges, 364; Thomas Carleton's complicity in the foray, 3667; his letter to a great Scotsman confessing the Grames' asistance to Kinmont's rescue, &c. (12th June), sent by Scrope to Burghley (25th July), 367; his meeting with the Grames, &c., to concert the rescue (7th April 1596), testified by two witnessesand their examination signed by him, 368; put in Edinburgh "tower" for want of his pledges (27th July), 36970; the King afraid to loose him for the Queen's displeasure, 371; released on giving caution for them (4th Aug.), 378; his disorderly people's purposed raid, defeated by the weather (10th), 381; Carmichael's trouble in redress and presses Scrope to meet him (15th), 3823; John Scott his servant hostage at Carlisle for a bill, 383; Carmichael's indent on his behalf with Eure's for redress, &c. (17th), 383; Eure's opinion of his offers, and that he is a "time taker," 384; meeting and indent between Scrope and him at Cannobie holme (20th Aug.), 385; his letter and signature avouched by Scrope to Burghley (28th), 387; asserted to be "in ward," by the Bishop of Dunkeld (16th Aug.), 390; examinations as to his breach of Carlisle Castle (25th April26th July), 393; clause reserving that offence to the Queen's own ordering, ib.; Burghley's doubts as to his letter and signature (5th Sept.), 395; the fight before him at Hawick, 397; the King's strait direction as to his pledges (26th Sept.) 406; Carmichael sent to, thereon, 407; some of them break away, ib.; one only appears at Norham (29th Sept.), 409; to be imprisoned till he pays 5000l.but this doubted, 410; Carmicheal treats for him with Bowes, 412; he offers his son or himself at Norham ford (8th Oct.), 415; is received and sent to Berwick under escort, ib., 416; surrenders at Norham ford, delivered to William Selby, bestowed in Norham and escorted to Berwick (8th Oct.), 41718; Carey's unwillingness to keep him there (10th), 420; directions asked for his keeping (11th), 422; Barnard Castle, &c., recommended by Burghley (15th), 424; the men who fought before him fugitives, 430; Bowes' opinion for his custody (23rd), 4312; John Carey's, for his being sent to London, 432; in Berwick with the gentleman porterwho will escort him to London if ordered (23rd Oct.) 433; question of his parole and charges, ib.; the King writes for his release, on entering his only son (20th), 437; Lord Hume's demand for English pledges correspondent (1st Nov.), 441; Sir W. Bowes' reply thereon (8th Nov.), 444; Carey wishes his removal (12th Nov.), 449; he is weary of Berwick and wishes it also, to keep his country in order (20th), 4567; to Cesford, accusing him of design on his life, for reply (11th), 462; Cesford's reply to (13th), ib., 463; to Cesford, giving him the lie (24th), 463; sole governor of Liddesdale, 471; troublesome to Selbyhis quarrel with Cesford (12th Dec.), 484; Cesford's challenge to, by the Master of Orkneyrumours in Edinburgh of his death (28th), 491;his release hinted at by Bowes, and his labours thereto in Scottish Court (4th Jan. 159798), 496; the King's order as to (4th Jan. 159798), 497; the Queen's command to return him to Carlislecannot get his pledges unless he goes for them (8th), 498; to Bowes, offering his son as hostage till he does sorecommended by Bowes (20th), 501; his labour for the Master of Orkney, 503; his reply to Cesford's challenge published all over Edinburgh, 504; agreement for his delivery on a hostage (4th Feb.), 509; his privity to the King's naming new English pledges (7th), 512; his son looked for (15th Feb.)H. Bowes' concerted plan to punish his peoplewhile his apparent prisoner, 514; escorted to Norham west ford and delivered to his peopleBowes' lecture to, his thanks for the Queen's goodness, &c.his good conduct in Berwickhis son a toward child of 10 (16th), 51617; indent for his release, on giving his son, &c. (15th), 517; Selby's bill for keeping him (6th Oct. 159721st March after), 200l., 526; has delivered five pledges since released (2nd April), 528; on the necessity to exchange his pledges (June), 543; makes great offers to Scrope for his pledgesdesires friendship, &c. (5th Sept.), 559; mortal enemy to Cesford, 563; meets Scrope at Rockliefthe Grames' show of taking himexcused by Scrope (16th Oct.), 569; to Scrope from Braxholme on his pledges (25th), reasons for his request, ib., his signet, ib.; in Selby's house entirely while in England, 578; for twenty weeks, great charges thereby to Selby, 581; better of sickness, but despised by his people for equal dealing with Carey (18th May), 605; is from home (26th), 606; trysts at Cressopp foot with Northumberland men on Ridley's murder, burns offenders' houses (18th June), 610; very faithfully Scrope's (27th Oct.), 6289; at Alnwick bound for London (26th Nov.), 631; desires to kiss the Queen's hand and deserves the favour, ib.; sent for (22nd April), 645; names of his pledges at York, ib., beyond seas, 646; his deputy meets Sir R. Carey (Oct.), 700; is defied by Whithaugh and Harskarth escaped pledges (27th), ib., would be pleased if the "boy" Elliot were freed, 701; absent about Lammas (1599), 717; will not answer for nineteen Armstrongs, &c. "given up" to Scrope and Carey, 743. See Scott, Sir Walter.

Buckhurst, Thomas, lord: 86; (Lord Treasurer): to Sir W. Bowes, sharply rebuking him (18th July), 668; Sir W. Bowes to, in reply (23rd), 66970; his interference at Berwick and support of Arden's pretended claim, complained of to Cecil (1st Aug.), 675; Sir W. Bowes to, as to charges against him (20th Oct.), 6967.

Buddle, Will.: 76.

Buggines, Master William: counsellor at law, Sir J. Carey's adviser, 811.

Bulbecke, lordship of: receiver of, 55.

Bull , the, Stamford: 680.

Bullerwell, Laird of (Trumble): prisoner at hunting, 552; "Gudeman" of B., 560, 755.

Bullock, Ralf, of Spittle hill: 402.

Bulman stead: waste, 558.

Bulmer, Mr: his mines [Crawford Moor], 653.
-, : horseman, 326.

Burgh, the steward of: chased by the Grames in the late Lord Scrope's time, and bailiff unhorsed, &c., 123; customary tenants in, 133, 145; tenants' rents in arrear, distrained, &c., 234; report on, to Burghley, 235; bailiff of: brings Lord Semple to Carlisle (2nd Oct.), 410; fyled, 466; mills built and building at (15th July), 550; tenants affected to Francis Dacre, 572.

Burghley, William, Lord: the Mayor of Berwick to, 1; Harding to ib.; P. Fayrley to, 2; John Carey to, 3; the mayor to, 4; R. Vernon to, 5; John Carey to, 6; Lord Scrope to, 7; J. Carey to, ib.; R. Vernon to, 8, 9; J. Carey to, on his daughter's marriage, &c., 11; Vernon to, 12; J. Carey to, fray in Edinburgh, &c. (3rd Feb. 159495), ib.; Vernon to, 13; J. Carey to, ib., 14, 15; Crane, &c., to, 16; Harding to, ib., Mayor of Berwick to, ib.; John Carey to, for stay of Norham grant, execution in Scotland (23rd Feb.), 17; Bland to, on Berwick customs, ib.; John Carey to, as to Norham with thanks, asking leave, &c. (7th March), 10; R. Vernon to, for relief (14th), 20; Mayor of Berwick to, of the customer's ill dealings, ib.; John Carey to, of his father's profit by Norham, Scots news, King and Queen's differences (20th), 21; Scrope to, meeting with Herries, name of man wanted is "Cecil" (23rd), 22; Lord Huntingdon to, of a prisoner sent up (28th), 24; John Carey to, of his gratitude, scarcity in town, Scots news, &c. (8th April), ib., 25; R. Vernon to, of provision, officers' certificate, &c. (13th), 26; R. Ardern to, on providing Berwick, 27; John Carey to, report of Bothwell, need of works, scarcity, &c. (19th), 28; same to, town wall fallen, visit of King and Queen to Border, &c. (25th), 29; same to, royal visit put off, quarrels at Court, &c. (10th May), 30; Crane to, on Holy Island, 31; John Carey to, on mayor's behalf (20th), ib.; mayor to, on their needs, ib., 32; John Carey to, for the pay, repairs, &c. (29th), 32; captains, &c., of Berwick to (2nd June), 33; John Carey to, of Vernon's prices, &c. (3rd), 34; Vernon to (4th), 35; warrants by (6th), 35; Scrope to, of Buccleuch's conduct, murder, &c. (8th), 35, 36; John Carey to, of the King and Queen, murders by Cesford and Buccleuch, customer's exactions, &c. (13th), 36, 37; Scrope, of rumour about Buccleuch (28th), 37; John Carey to, Buccleuch and Cesford's quarrels with English borderers, the King and Queen's severance, &c. (2nd July), 37; master of the ordnance to, 38; John Carey to, of Scots affairs (18th), 39; Crane to, of stores (23rd), 40; John Carey to, on the works, short provision, &c., 41; Ralph Ashton to, of the pay, &c. (28th), 42; Vernon to, of Carey's hostility, &c. (29th) 42; Scrope to, of suspicious passenger arrested, news of the Islemen, &c., (2nd Aug.), 43; John Carey to, of a poor creditor of Vernon's, and of supplies come (6th), 44; Scrope to, with Herries' letter (9th), 46; Vernon to, 46; R. Swift to, on rates of victualling, &c., 46; Lord Eure to, of late assise, crimes by the Scots, &c. (12th Aug.), 48; Asheton, &c., to, that arrears not paid (16th Aug.), 49; questions to Vernon and latter's answer, 50; John Carey to, of Bowes' failure in promise, &c., 50; Scrope to, of March affairs (28th), 52; Sir R. Carey on same (29th), 52; Eure to, on appointment as warden (6th Sept.), 53; William Selby to, as to delay of pay (9th), 54; Sir John Selby to, with thanks (10th), 54; John Carey to, of Athol's death, &c. (12th), 55; Scrope to, for forces (19th), 55; Sir Rob. Carey's report to, of Forster, &c., 57; J. Carey to, of King and Queen, death of chancellor, &c., 58, 59; Scrope to, of Lowther's doings, &c. (14th Oct.), 60; J. Carey to, of repairs done, the chancellorship, &c. (17th), 61; Eure to, of Forster's refusing his house, &c. (18th), 61; and desires compulsion (19th), 62; Scrope for the soldiers (24th), 63; on a Yorkshire matter (26th), 64; Eure to, of Forster's neglect of duty, &c. (27th), 64; J. Carey to, of his company's clamour on payment of arrears (28th Oct.), 65; and recommends constables' petition (29th), 66; Crane and the constables to, thereon, 66; J. Carey to, of timber pillaged at Chopwell, and for a warrant for same (1st Nov.), 67; William Selby to, arrears paid (4th), 67; J. Carey to, for portership if Sir John Selby dies, and offer in return (9th), 68; same to, by Wm. Selby, and asks a ward to marry his daughter with, &c. (11th), 69; Sir William Reade to, complains of Hunsdon's ordering him to Scrope's march, doubts his motiverecommends William Selby as porter if his brother dies (12th), 69; Sir W. Bowes to, for help to marry Mrs Foljamb, &c. (17th), 70; Eure to, is starting for his office next week (18th), 71; J. Carey to, Sir J. Selby all but dead (20th), 71; T. Jackson to, for some place at Berwick, Carey's foot company, &c. (21st), 72; J. Carey to, of Sir John Selby's death this morning (21st), 72; Sir W. Bowes to, of their dealings with Forster, establishing Eure, wretched state of his March, &c. (29th), 80; Scrope to, for the soldiers, 81; Huntingdon to, of Middle March musters, &c., 82; Eure to, thereon (3rd Dec.), 82; Crane, &c., tostate of Holy Island, &c. (6th), 82; same to, of works needful at Berwick (7th), 83; Haslopp to, custom frauds there (8th), 83; John Carey to, little need for a gentleman portertimber wanted, 84; same to fruitless attempt to seize a Hamburger at Leith (19th), 86; John Ferne to, of late Lord Huntingdon's last proceedings (22nd), 87, 88; Scrope to for Thomas Musgrave's return to his duties (25th), 89; Eure to, of his doings, state of Marchneedsspoils, &c. (26th), 89, 90; report to, of needful buildings and cost, at Norham Castle, 91; warrant to, as to Bowes' arrears, &c., 92; Eure to, for a new commission of peacerespite to the new sheriff, &c. (1st Jan. 159596), 94; Council of York to, with late President's letter (3rd), 94; two papers drafted by, 95; Scrope to, as to Thomas Musgrave (15th), 95, 96; John Carey to (18th), 96; Eure to, report of Spaniardsoutrages near Alnwick, &c. (20th), 96; J. Carey to, for timberto send Bowes back to Edinburgh, &c. (20th Jan. 159596), 97; Eure toraids on BorderForster at Durhamlist of commissioners, &c. (29th), 98100; R. Bowes to, 100; Eure to, with Forster's abuses in office, &c. (31st), 101; J. Carey to, with report of Dolman's bookletters to the King of Scots, &c. (1st Feb.), 1024; Eure to, for Morpeth as a residence (5th), 104; on spoilslist of commissionersescape of criminals, &c. (8th), 105; R. Musgrave to, on powder, &c., at Newcastleunfit gunner at Carlisle, &c. (12th), 105; Eure to, murderer taken red-handlist of absentee recusants, &c. (18th), 106, 107; same on Cesfordthanks for Border book (19th), 107; advising leniency to Sir John Forster (25th), ib.; Scrope to, for a gunner, 108; R. Swift to, on accounts, 108; Eure to, for increase of horsemen's pay (27th), 109; of sittings at Hexhamaccounts as sheriff, &c., 110; R. Swift to (3rd March), 111; J. Carey to, searcher warded for obstinacy (6th), 112; Eure to, Buccleuch's mustersCesford's favour at Court, &c. (10th), 112; Forster to, for leave to go home, 113; Eure to, disposal of his extra horsemen, 113; as to Forster, repair of Hexham gaol, &c., 114; John Carey to, King James's hunting, &c., near Berwick, 114; Scrope to, on Kinmont's capture, Buccleuch's pride, &c., 115; Eure to, of three raids in Tynedale, Buccleuch's claim to meet as keeper of Liddesdalehis doubts, &c., 11516; Swift to, for payment, 116; Sir R. Carey to, urging repair of Norham, &c., 117; Eure to, on the King's charges (1st April), 118; John Carey to, works stayed, &c. (6th), 118; Sir R. Carey to, land in dispute at Tweedmouth, 119; Eure to, gaol deliveryprisoners condemnedwarden court, &c., at Hexham (10th April), 11920; Scrope to, Buccleuch's rescue of Kinmonthis company, &c. (14th), 1212; Leigh sent to, with charges against Buccleuch and the Grames, &c., 123; John Carey to, Scots' news, capture of Calaisscanty stores, &c., 124; Eure to, of his musters, &c., 126; Scrope to, for arms to the citizens of Carlisle (30th), 127; the parson of Middleton in Teesdale to, for his tithe ore, timber, &c., ib., 128; John Carey to, provisions near an end (1st May), 128; Eure to, of Buccleuch, Cesford, &c., 129; Sir John Forster to, for leave home, as plague at Newcastle (11th May), 130; Eure to, Buccleuch's treason to his cousin at a meeting, &c. (18th), 130; same to, plan for strengthening March, 131; Council at York to, as to musters, &c. (31st), 132; Eure to, on Forster's negligenceHarbottle, Hexham, &c. (4th June 1596), 824; Scrope to, surprised at proposed leniency to the Grames and further proof against them (7th June), 134; John Carey to, secret news of the Octavians' dealing with Spain, &c., 135; same to, 137; Eure to, news of Spaniardsbad opinion of Buccleuchthe law as to Kinmont's capture by Scrope, &c. (19th), 1389; Scrope to, with the articles against the Grames, their need of sharp usage, or he will resign office, 1401; John Carey to, on his wife's behalf (23rd), 142; Eure to, Border business, need of repairs of Harbottle and Hexham gaol (26th), 143; D. Fletcher to, with advice on the Grames, &c. (30th), 1434; Eure to, resignation of officersstate of March, &c., 145; Sir R. Carey to, of Cesford's deceitwill repair Norham for 300l.spoils (3rd July), 147; Scrope to, Thomas Musgrave's capture in a foray, 149; Eure to, for money to repair Harbottel, &c.grant of a wardship (11th), 150; of William Shaftoe's recapturehow to try him, &c. (15th), ib., 151; Scrope to, on the Grames' denialhis witnesses (if protected)Musgrave's release, &c., ib., 152; Fletcher's report to, of the Grames, and his advice, ib., 153; Sir R. Carey to, on the Queen's refusal to repair Norham, which Hunsdon should do (17th), 154; his special questions to the Grames (23rd), 156; their replies (24th), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, with King of Scots' letter (26th), 157; John Carey to, on hearing his father's death (27th), 158; Sir R. Carey to, thereon (30th), ib.; John Carey to, as to a new governor, &c., ib., 159; Scrope to, on his chiding letterhis witnesses must have security (if sent up)to send three Grames home and see what happens, &c. (31st July), 160; the six Grames to (1st Aug.), 164; Sir R. Carey to, on his temporary warranthis father's debts, and note of spoils, ib., 165; Eure to, state of the three Marches (2nd), 166; asks government of Berwick, ib.; John Carey to, defending his killing Dawglese of Wydeopen, &c., 1678; same to, the pay made, asks increase of his own (6th), 170; two Grames' petition to, ib.; Vernon to, 171; Scrope to, on Kinmont's capture, &c. (10th), 171; William Selby to, on gates of Berwick, &c., 172; john Carey to, on Captain Walker's dismissalnew governor, &c., ib., 173; and Scottish news, ib.; Scrope to, Scots news, the Grames, Buccleuch, &c. (14th19th), 174; Sir R. Carey to, difficulties with Cesford, ib.; Eure to, on meeting with Cesforddisorderbad opinion of him, &c. (19th), 175; Scrope to, that the Grames will perform no promisesbut the contraryif the three are to be let home on trial? &c. (22nd Aug.), 177; John Carey to, of the Queen's and his hard opinion of his actjustifying it, and as to the gates, &c. (26th), 178; Eure to, 179; J. Carey to, complaint of his tenants' cattle distrained for arrears under Leonard Dacre's bond, &c. (28th), 179; Sir R. Carey to, Scots' forays, &c., 180; Eure to, for Simonburne (1st Sept.), 183; William Selby to, ib.; Eure to, Cesford's outrage at Swinburne (3rd Sept.), 184; Scrope to, of Carleton's departure for London (5th Sept.), 184; John Carey to, for leave, and renewal of a lease, ib.; same to, store near an end (8th), 185, 186; Sir R. Carey to, of Cesford's ill doing (9th), 186; John Carey thereon, and counter complaints, ib.; Eure to, 187; Scrope to, that reprisals permittedScots' claims magnified, &c. (10th), 188; Eure to, for Ralph Gray of Chillingham, ib.; Sir R. Carey to, of captured and slain thieves (14th), ib.; Vernon to, for money, &c., 189; Sir R. Carey to, has hanged his captiveCesford's anger and likely results (17th), 189; John Carey to, thereon, 190; Sir R. Carey to, of Cesford's attempt at revenge (19th), 191; J. Carey to, of their dearth (21st), 191; Scrope to, of the six Grames' returntheir lewd speeches, &c. (24th), 192; Eure to, with thanks as to Simonburne (27th), 192; Eure recommends Mr Tailbois, in difficulty with the Bishop of Durham (27th Sept.), 193; Sir R. Carey to (28th), 194; Vernon and Swift to, for an advance, 195; Eure to, for horsemen's pay (3rd Oct.), 199; Bishop of Durham to, as to commission, &c., 200; Swift to, of purchases and heavy outlay, for consideration (5th), 200; William Selby to, as to the gatesstate of Marches, &c. (9th), 201; Scrope to, of March billshis leases from the Queen, &c. (11th), 202; John Carey to, of victuallingCesford's plots to murder his garrison, &c. (14th), 202; Bishop of Durham as to commissioners' meetinginstructions, &c. (14th), 203; Eure to, of his March complaintsbillsencroachments of Scots, &c. (18th), 203; Bishop of Durham to, acknowledging their commissionsteps taken to proceed, &c. (22nd), 205; Scrope to, opposing removal of his 100 men, &c. 206; Eure to, with new candidate for Simonburn parsonageand names for sheriff of county (24th26th), 208; Scrope to, privately, as to the Grames' submission, 208; Bishop of Durham to, on Scots' delayMr Tailbois's copies of treaties, &c.his objections to levies, &c. (29th Oct.), 209; Scrope to, for captains' pay, or conduct money (3rd Nov.), 212; Sir R. Carey for leave up to see about his patent (4th), 212; Eure to, factions in his MarchSimonburne, &c., 214; John Carey to, of short store100 men not yet returned from CarlisleCesford's secret schemes (9th), 216; Bishop of Durham, &c., to, Scots still delay, 216; R. Musgrave to, of gunners at CarlisleSelby's attempt, &c. (10th), 217; Eure to, of his troublesfactions, &c. (12th), 218; the Bishop of Durham, to, as to waiting for the Scotsdoubts of themecclesiastical commissionnote of levies and Tailbois' questions, &c. (15th), 21920; William Selby to, of his repulse at Carlislestate of gunners thereand Musgrave's refusal at Newcastle (20th), 222; John Carey, Vernon is honest but unfit for his postScots news, &c. (27th), 223; Sir W. Bowes to, with his views on state of all the Marchescauses &c., (28th), 224; Scrope to, fears offence, reports Scots news (29th Nov.), 225; Eure to, the Woodringtons' offencesScrope's threat, &c. (30th), 226; same to, a Dutch shipBorders wildstate of Scotland (4th Dec.), 226; same with doubts of Cesford (12th), 227; Bishop of Durham to, prepares for meeting the Scots, &c. (15th), 227; Scrope to, for alteration of word in Grames' submissiontheir fresh offenceshis son Emanuel, &c., ib., 228; that the Grames still hang back and some gone to Eureyoung Scrope's matter, &c. (31st), 229; Eure to, broils in Scotland, &c., 230; same to, death of Sir C. Collingwoodnew sheriff, &c. (1st Jan. 159697), 232; Richard Musgrave to, on munition (2nd Jan.), ib., 233; John Carey to, the iron gateshindrance to his wife's suit to the Queen, &c. (3rd) 233; Eure to, on March laws (4th), 234; Scrope to, rents of Burgh (10th), 234; Bishop of Durham topayment of commissioners' fees, 234; Scrope to, the Holme tenants' obstinacy, &c. (11th), ib., 235; justices' report thereon, 235; Scrope to, of Buccleuch, Johnston, the Grames, &c.(13th), ib.; the Border commissioners to, of their preliminaries, &c., with the Scots (17th19th), 2367; Sir W. Bowes to, thereof, 238; Scrope to, of the six Grames' submission on their knees, &c. (21st Jan.), 238; Eure to, for leave home to Sir John Forster (22nd), 239; the commissioners to, with account of their proceedings (24th), 239; Eure to, of Scrope's outrage in his Marchthe Woodringtons' insolence, &c. (28th), 240; Scrope to, of Lowther's hindering justice on Thomas Carleton, and Lancelot C.'s resort to Essex (29th Jan.), 241; Sir W. Bowes to, commissioners' proceedings (1st Feb.), 245; Sir John Forster to, for leave to go to Bambrough from Newcastle, 246; the commissioners to, of proceedings and difficulties (2nd), 247; Sir W. Bowes on same, ib.; same to, on Lord Scrope's questions and dealing with them (5th), 248; Scrope to, for the Queen's pleasure as to Buccleuch's attempthis contempt of the commission, &c. (7th), 249; John Carey to, of the Selbys' and Grays' affrayto send his wife back, &c. (8th), 2512; William Selby to, thereof, 252; Scrope to, of Guy Carleton's conviction and execution by lawthe others' contempt, and his intention to outlaw Thomas, &c. (9th), 253; Sir W. Bowes to, commission, state of Borders, &c. (11th), 255; Robert Bowes to, for money (12th), 256; John Carey to, castle tower fallen, &c., his wife's expenses in London heavy, &c. (15th), 256; Eure to, on interference with Scrope, 257; report to, of great tower fallen at Berwick, &c. (16th Feb.), 257; William Selby to, of coroner's inquest on late fray (17th), 257; the commissioners to, of their proceedingsCesford's invasion reserved to the Queen, &c. (17th), 258; Bishop of Durham to, of their good usuage by mayor, &c., of Berwick, asking a favour for them (23rd), 265; same to, explaining their delay in writing, and have not been idle (27th), 268; Scrope to, for his interest with the Council as to the Carletons' coercion, &c. (28th), 269; same to, for direction as to Buccleuch, &c. (1st March), 270; Bishop of Durham to, to direct Scrope thereinand Bowes' summons to Court, 271; Scrope to, the Carletons' insults, &c. 272; Bishop of Durham to, for legal assistancedealing with recusants, &c. (2nd), 272; John Carey to, of scarcityofficers' neglecthis lease, &c. (4th March), 273; memorial for conference with Bowes on March questions (6th), 274; the Border commissioners to, on their fruitless journey to Penrith (9th), 275; John Harding to, of custom evaded at Carlisle, 277; Eure to, Scots' delay, the King at Dumfries, &c. (10th), 277; J. Carey to, no supplies come, &c., 278; F. Slingsby to, of postponed meeting at Carlisle (13th), 279; Scrope to, Buccleuch's frivolous complaints, the Carletons' illdoings, &c., 280; R. Swift to, of fresh shipments to Berwickneed of paymentand to be released from the service (15th), 2812; Bishop of Durham to, of adjourned meetingfor instructions thereat, &c., 282; Eure to, that his differences with Scrope be heard before himMarch eventshis house at Hexham partly blown up (17th), 284; J. Carey to, grief at hearing of his infirmities and withdrawal from Courtthe scarcitydispute on paythe works, &c., 285; Scrope to, on March justicewish to conclude his son's matter, &c. (26th), 2878; Scrope to, the King at DumfriesBuccleuch's horseracehis suspicions, &c. (2nd April), 289; Richard Grame's refusal, ib.; John Carey to, of dispute with Sheperson on the payarrival of victuals, &c. (7th), 2912; Sir W. Bowes to, for payment of fees, &c. (9th), 293; R. Musgrave to, against Selby (10th), ib., 294; former warrant by, 294; J. Carey to, of 4th ship arrived (12th), ib., 295; Sir R. Carey to, of Scottish outrages (16th), 297; Sir W. Bowes to, of the King's doubtful dealing with Buccleuch, &c., (17th), 298; Eure to, of Buccleuch's great foray, list of slain, &c. (18th), 299; Scrope to, with map of Debateable ground, &c. (20th), 301; the commissioners to, of their meetings -difficulties, &c., 3023; Sir W. Bowes to, thereon (23rd), 304; Sir W. Bowes tolittle effect of conference with Buccleuchthe King's indecision or duplicitywill await his return from Dundee (27th April), 306; R. Vernon to, for money to pay garrison, &c., 307; the commissioners to, of progresswardens reconciled, &c. (29th), 310; Eure to, on Buccleuch, ib., 311; Scrope to, of redress with opposite (30th), 312; Swift to, of provision, &c., 313; commissioners to, of the treaty concludedtheir reasons, &c. (7th May), 31920; Scrope to, with Scottish news, 320; Scrope to (14th May), 322; Bishop of Durham to, with two originals of the treaty, state of the Marchesopinion of Scropedealing with recusants, &c., ib., 323; J. Carey to, report of Sir W. Bowes (16th), 324; Eure to, as to charges, list of his horsemen, &c. (21st), 326; on same (27th), 327; Scrope to, as to his son's marriage, 328; Bishop of Durham to, on Scrope's charge of slackness, &c., ib., 329; Eure to, on Bywell stewardship (28th), 330; Sir R. Carey to, acknowledging treatyasking Queen's commission, &c. (29th), 331; Robert Bowes to, for the payhis release from Edinburgh, &c. (31st), 331; Eure to, for direction under treaty, &c. (2nd June), 332; Bishop of Durham to, effects of the treatyadvising severity against recusants, &c., 3324; Scrope to, on behalf of William Hutton (4th), 335; Sheperson to, for Bowes' arrears, &c. (5th), ib.; Scrope to, Scottish news (6th), ib.; Eure to, with his answers to the presentments against him (8th June), 33741; of his reprisal on Buccleuch, 342; Sir R. Carey to, acquiescing in the Queen's rebuke, &c. (12th), 343; John Carey to, as to the King of Denmark's visit, &c., ib.; Bishop of Durham to, of too great favour to wicked papists, and complaints thereon (14th), 344; Eure to, further answers, sorrow at his change towards him, &c. (16th), 347; John Careyto hasten the payvictuals, &c. (18th), 348; Sir R. Carey to, as to the pledgesintends to come up, if not stopped (19th), 348; William Clopton to, has paid commissioners' fees (20th), 349; Scrope to, the Carletons coming up (23rd), 349; Eure to, report of the meeting at Norham, &c. (27th), 352; Eure to, a notable Elliot slainhas sent his wife, &c., to Witton for the plague at Hexham, and asks leave to go also (5th July), 356; Scrope to, Scottish news (7th), 357; Eure to, for leave to confront his accusers before the Queenfor copy of the verdict (10th), 358; of Buccleuch's raid on Tynedale the day before, &c. (15th), 359; of an emissary of Bothwell's takenhis designs to murder Cesforddescription of his person, &c. (17th), ib., 360; his own desire to get Buccleuch and Cesford's heads, if assisted, ib.; Scrope to, with Scottish news, 364; Eure to, from Wittonhis wife sickreports from Scotlandand desire to come up (21st), 364; R. Musgrave to, on repairsneed of timber, &c. (22nd), 365; John Carey to, the pay madecomplaint of the gentleman porter's insolence, insubordination, stirring up meeting in the town and other evil deeds (23rd), 3656; Scrope to, of foray on Gilslandprocured by Thomas Carleton, &c. (20th)the Grames' behaviour at the reprisal, &c. (25th), 3667; privately sending him Buccleuch's letter, &c., confessing the Grames' privity to his rescue of Kinmont, 367; the customer of Berwick to (27th July), 370; John Carey to (28th), 370; Scrope to, Scottish news, ib.; R. Vernon to, for money, as to his sureties, &c., 372; Swift to, of his difficulties victualling, &c., to be released of duty (1st Aug.), 374; John Carey to, of their scarcitythe plagueneed of a governor, &c. (2nd), ib.; John Browne to, for relief in his suits, 375; Eure to, of Cesford's secret message by him (3rd), 376; Thomas Parkinson, mayor, of the variance between Carey and Selby (4th), ib.; William Selby to, of the dispute with Carey, in his defence (6th), 378; Sir W. Bowes to, for his "diets," &c., 9th, 380; Scrope to, on the Carletons, Grames, &c.desire to come up and conclude his son's matter, &c. (11th), 381; same to, Carleton's plot to intercept his witnesseshis fears of the Queen dismissing them safe (15th), 382; Scrope privately to, regretting mild course with the Carltous, avouching Buccleuch's letter and hand as genuineof cabal against his officeand is going to Bolton for quiet (28th Aug.), 3878; Bishop of Durham to, great reports of plague in Northfor indulgence in exchequer while in "first fruits"his loan to the Queen, &c. (28th Aug.), 388; warrant for commissioners' fees (3rd Sept.), 394; Scrope to, disclaiming malice against the Carletons,asserting truth of Buccleuch's letters, &c.keeps no Popish company (5th), ib.; 395; with Scottish news (9th), 395; Eure to, of meeting at Newburn-on-Tyne (15th), 396; Scrope to, delay in exchange of pledges, through plague, &c. (21st), ib.; Scrope to, prepares for parliamenthas sent his son to Oxford, and will conclude for him when up (22nd), 399; Scrope to, from Doncaster on his way to Langer (28th Sept.), 407; Eure to, from Morpeth, of adjourned meeting at Norham ford (30th Sept.), 409; Scrope to, from Langer, Scottish newsSemple at Carlisle (2nd Oct.), 410; Bishop of Durham to, for instruction as to going to Parliament (3rd) 412; Eure to, from Witton, whither the plague at Hexham has driven him (4th Oct.), 413; Bishop of Durham to, with Sir W. Bowes' report of meeting on 29th (4th Oct.), 414; John Carey to, want of victuals and a governorhopes Sir Thomas Cecil is comingfears Robert Bowes is dyingaccount of meeting at Norham fordBuccleuch's surrender, &c. (9th), 41416; Sir W. Bowes to, of his narrow escapefor directions on Buccleuch's custodyrequests his own discharge (10th Oct.), 420; to his son Sir Roberton disposal of Buccleuch, and Cesford (if entered), &c. (15th), 423; John Carey to, great scarcityVernon's neglect, Sir W. Bowes' delayRobert Bowes dyingsuit for his place of treasurer (23rd Oct.), 432; Eure to, begs a trial before him (24th Oct.), 435; Sir W. Bowes to, with the King's letter for Buccleuch for directions (26th), 4367; John Carey to, of Sir W. Bowes' continued absenceRobert Bowes' dangersuit for his place if he diesand offers to induce him to move it, &c. (31st), 439; the same to, R. Bowes' bedridden since his arrival on 5th Nov. and near deathurging his suit and fear of Lord Essex interfering, &c. (12th Nov.), 448; Robert Bowes to, cannot make the pay from illness, asks that his son may (12th Nov.), 449; John Carey to, Bowes just dead (15th), ib.; Richard Fenwick to, with offer to pacify the country (17th), 450; Thomas Carleton to, denying the two Bells' petition against him and his brothers, &c., 455; Bishop of Durham to, of the assault on John Browne, Eure's shortcomings, &c. (24th), 4589; John Carey to, thanks him for moving the Queen for himto continue his favourfears the Queen favours Sir W. Boweshis unfitnesstheir scarcity of victuals, &c. (1st Dec.), 4735; Thomas Carleton to, in answer to Scrope's charges (2nd Dec.), 4757; Bishop of Durham to, suggestions for Eure's conduct (if continued warden), to avoid papists' company, &c. (2nd Dec.), 481; Henry Woodrington to, for leave to return to the March (7th), 484; John Carey to, their distress for victualsthe Queen's resolve to appoint Sir W. Bowes treasurer and ambassadorbad effects of the double offices in the late treasurer, &c. (22nd), 487; John Carey to, must come up, even without leave (10th Jan. 159798), 498; Sir W. Bowes to, with "short heads" of his doings, ib., 499; Eure to, of the Woodrington's bad conduct at Morpeth Castle, urging his own supersession, &c. (22nd), 5067; R. Vernon to, of his good provision for Berwick (24th), 507; John Carey to, has thought better and will not come up without leave (30th), 508; R. Musgrave to, on his munitions, &c. (31st Jan.), 508; John Carey to, still short of victualsinstant need of treasurerbridge in great danger from icecan serve no longer unpaid, &c. (6th Feb.), 510; Vernon to, of his good provision and Carey's misrepresentation (19th Feb.), 518; Sir R. Carey to, Cesford will go to Yorkthe Teviotdale pledges' skins their chief valuedemurs at getting the Middle March, and wishes leave up (27th), ib., 519; John Carey to, of search for George Kerrasking a patent as marshal (27th), 520; Sir R. Carey to, that Cesford guarantees George Kerr's honesty, &c. (7th March), 522; John Carey to, pressing for his patentGeorge Kerr is in Scotland and will be looked after, 523; same to, excusing a post-boy (14th), 524; Sir W. Bowes to, on the Queen's censure at audience (on 16th), and his opinion as commanded, for improvement of the Middle March (17th), 5256; John Carey to, watch on Tweed bridgeresort of Scotsand strengthening Holy Island, 526; Vernon and Swift to, for an imprest (25th), 526; John Carey to, for Willoughby's commission, before giving up the keyspressing for the treasurership, as Bowes seems indifferent to it (30th), 527; Sir W. Bowes to, with heads of services (2nd April), ib., 528; orders thereon (12th), 528; Bowes to, for equal half years' advances for Berwick pay (14th), ib.; R. Musgrave to, complains of the gentleman porter's illwill (23rd May), 531; William Selby to, complaints of Musgrave, &c., 538; Sir W. Bowes to, of Willoughbyrequesting his salary, being 1000l. out of pocket (1st June), 533; Willoughby to, waste at Chopwell (4th), 535; and has received Cesford's pledges, ib.; Bowes to, Scottish newsfor his salary, &c. (5th), 537; Musgrave to, balance for Newcastlethe porter's illwill, &c., (23rd), 542; Sir R. Carey tohis fee for Middle March, &c. (28th June), 542; Willoughby to, on muster (11th July), 547; on the customer's greedy imposts (15th), 548; Sir R. Carey to, for Morpeth Castle as residencea late outrage on Tynedale, &c., ib., 549; H. Leigh to, for his pity, fears he has the plague, 549; to his son, not to show Leigh's letter to the Queen, for fear (19th), 550; at his house in the Strand, ib.; Sir R. Carey to, of the hunting fray in Redesdale (4th Aug.), 551; his illness noticed (6th), 552; Willoughby to Locke on his death (11th), ib.; his "funeral" not over (27th), 555; the late: his advice to Windebank (c. 1558), 616; Thomas (2nd) Lord: to Cecil from Yorkescape of two Scottish pledgesthe rest laid in fetters (1st Oct.), 6256; to Cecil, on the pledgeshis eyesightfor young Cholmley, &c. (18th Aug.), 769.

Burleigh (Borley), one: accuses Skynner (16th Nov.), 810; a murderer bailed by Skynner, gets up the charge (23rd), ib.; Skynner desires to see him (1st Dec.), 812.

Burlie (Burleigh), Lord: desires passport, to kiss hands, and go to the French baths (4th Feb. 1601), 731.

Burne (Bourne), Gilbert: raid by, 165.
-, James: a chief rider, slain, 136.
-, Jock: raid by, 165; one Jock: slain by H. Woodrington, 472.
-, Jock, of the Coate: 397, 591; Cesford's pledge, York, 646; elder, of the Coate: 755; junior, of the Coate: pledge, 230; a pledge, 350, 755; a pledge: escapes from Berwick (27th June), 759; manner of it, 760; is at Fast Castle (1st July), 762.
-, Raphe, of the Coate: pledge, 230, 350, 541, 592; breaks York Castlerecaptured and put in irons, 5945; 646.
-, Stephen, of Loughe: raid by, 165.
-, Tho., of Awton burne: bill on, quit by assise, 346, 756.
-, George: taken by Selby's man, 213.

Burnes, the: Cesford's men, Fenwick, &c., assure with, 71; they plunder Harbottle, ib.; raids by, and Selby of Pawston slain, 137; murders and raids by, 1478; two slain and one taken red-hand by Sir R. Carey (14th Sept.), 188; latter hanged at Berwick (17th), 189; his brother formerly killed by Sir C. Collingwoodthey kill seventeen of his tenants in revenge, &c., ib., 190; Cesford's threats of blood, and inroad at Norham (19th), 191.

Burnwell, Jo.: 74.

Burrell, Duke: hurt, 784.

Burrell, James: report on needful repairs, 34, 91; deputy surveyor, 725.
-, Ra.: 75.
-, one Rowland: 642.
-, Thomas: hurt and mangled, 163, 167.
-, one, of Bransburton: debtor in York Castle, 598.

Burntholme: 156; (Burtholme): tenants blackmailed, 136.
-, Richard: witness, 136.

Butler, Henry, of Hertfordshire: Cecil's neighbouran honest gentlemanhis son's crime, &c., 804, 807; brought up with the Duchess of Feria, 804; with Cecil in London suing (14th Nov.), 809.
-, Henry, of Rawclyffe: to his cousin Henry Haggerston (7th Oct.), 801; to his son-in-law William Haggerston of Haggerston, 802.
-, Henry, junior: recommended to the Haggerston family (7th Oct.), 801, 802; akin to Sir Philip B., ib.; going to the King of Scots, ib.; is with Scrope, and afraid of Lord Bedford (13th), 803; Cecil orders Scrope to see he escapes not (19th), 804; his life in danger for his desperate murder, ib.; Scrope wishes to be rid of himLady Carey of kin to (24th Oct.), 806; is son of Cecil's neighbouran honest gentleman (29th), 807; in Carlisle Citadel at Scrope's heavy cost (6th Nov.), 808; Carey will receive him at Berwick, ib., 809; Cecil's orders to send him (14th), ib.; is sent to Berwick (26th), 811; Carey's plan for his trial there, and pardon (29th Nov.), 812; Master H.: tired of Berwick, wishes to be tried, &c. (23 Feb.), 819.
-, Robert: his wife and daughter, 802.
-, , of Aykeld: sheepstealer, hanged, 198.

Buttrod head in Cokdayle: 470.

Byard, Jo.: 74.

Bydnell, Geo.: 75.

Byrkbeke, Tho.: &c., petition (4th Aug.), 678.

Byrkley: muster of, 78.

Bywell barony: Forster, bailiff, 55; Carnaby deputy, 56; to be removed, 58;and Bulbeck, musters of (24th Nov.), 73; Eure asks bailiary of, 90; stewardship of: in dispute between Cuthbert Ratcliffe and Ambrose Dudley, 330.