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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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Cabinet: James 6th's, how furnished, 651.

Csar, Dr Julius: 261; joint opinion on Scrope's reprisal (9th March), 276.

Caithness (Catnes), Earl of: his brother's son returns from Italy (12th Sept.), 623.

Calais (Callis): the Spaniards win (14th April), 124; a Spaniard reports repairs ofcomes to spy Scotland, Ireland, &c., for a descent (May), 321.

Calder (Cawder) Moor: 30 miles from Border, Liddesdale raid on (15th Aug.), 678.

Caldmartyn: on East March, 821.

Calfhills, Jock, Bighame and Ally (bastard) of the: at Kinmont's rescue, 122; [Armstrongs]: their houses burnt for Ridley's murder, 610.
-, Sym of: out of Liddesdale, 19.

"Callyvers": prices of, 131; the Queen's too high, 143.

Canby, Laurence, yeoman: spy on the Scottish pledges in York, betrays them to gaoler, and assists in recapture, 5935; his valuable services, 5968.

Cannonbie: onsets of, burned, 181.
-, church: list of "blackmailed" in, 136;holm: Buccleuch fails to attend at (2nd May), 314; meeting with Scrope at (20th Aug.), 385.

Captains, &c., of Berwick, the: to Burghley against Vernon (2nd June), 33; Vernon's reply, 35.

Cardenall, Mr: named commissioner, 102.

Carew, Sir George: formerly sent to Munster, 742.

Carey, Ann: Sir J. Carey's daughter, in Queen's service, needs two or three gowns, 657.
-, Herrey: a great boy, his father Sir John wishes to send him to France (8th Feb. 1602), 781.
-, John, deputy governor of Berwick, &c.: report on needful works, &c. (13th Jan. 159495), 3; to Lord Burghley thereon, the scarcity, &c., ib.; muster of garrison, 4; recommends a new victualler, opposes the town's offer, &c., 6; of Vernon's unfitness, illdoings, &c. (22nd), 7; to Burghley of Lord Hume's proposal for the King, Scots news, &c. (31st), 11; to same, correcting his report of the fray in Edinburgh, &c. (3rd Feb.), 12; with farther Scottish news (10th), 13; with complaints of his father and brother's treatment of him, 14; with letter from King of Scots, news of Bothwell, &c. (15th), ib.; the King's letter, 15; to Burghley as to the customs, &c. (20th), ib.; to Burghley to stay grant of Norham past himself (23rd Feb.), 17; thanks him, and asks leave to come up (7th March), 18; the profits, &c., of Norham to his father, Scots news, &c. (20th), 21; passports by, 22, 24; again thanks Burghley, Scots news, and for leave (8th April), 25; the Mayor of Hull to, 26; passport by (14th April), ib.; seal, ib.; to Burghley, news of Bothwell, King and Queen's differences, &c. (19th), 28; to same, town wall fallen, Scots news, &c. (25th), 29; passports by, 30; to Burghley and Sir R. Cecil, Scots news, quarrels, on mayor's behalf, &c. (10th20th May), ib., 31; to Burghley for the pay, repairs, &c. (29th), 32; to Burghley on Vernon's doings, Scottish news, &c. (3rd June), 34; of disputes at Scottish Court, Cesford and Buccleuch's outrages, &c. (13th), 36; further details of these (2nd July), 37; his absentees at muster, 39; the King and Queen's disputes, threats of Arran and Bothwell's recal, &c. (18th July), 40; of Vernon's failure in providing, &c. (24th), 41; his own fees as marshal and chamberlain, 42; Vernon's complaint of him, 42; to Burghley of a poor unpaid creditor of Vernon's 44; that the works are began (6th Aug.), 44; to Burghley why arrears unpaidScots' news, &c. (17th Aug.), 50; passports by, 51; controversy with Bowes and Vernon (9th Sept.), 54; to Burghley, of chancellor's sickness, Athol's death, &c. (12th), 55; of the King and Queenchancellor's death, &c. (5th Oct.), 58, 59; of repairs done, Tweed bridge, musters, &c. (17th), 61; to Burghley of the clamour about the two years' pay (28th Oct.), 65; in favour of the four constables, 66; about timber carried off at Chopwell (31st), 67; lack of victuals at Berwick, &c. (1st Nov.), 67; pay of his late brother's men (4th), 67; asks for the gentleman portership if Sir J. Selby dies (9th), 68; to Burghley by Captain Selby, and asks a ward for his daughter (11th), 69; that Sir John Selby is all but dead (20th), 71; reports his death this morning (21st), 72; to Burghley, regretting loss of gentleman portershipscarcity of victuals, &c. (8th Dec.), 84; of fruitless attempt to seize a Hamburgh ship at Leith (19th), 86; to Sir R. Cecil thereon, report of treasure false, 86, 87: takes muster (13th Jan. 159596), 95; to Burghley for the soldiers' pay at Carlislesome victual come, &c. (18th), 96; to Burghley for timber for Berwick bridge, 97; of letters of warning, and Dolman's book against James 6th and his discontent therewith (1st Feb.), 102; his friend's verbal report of the book and contents, 1034; recommends Bowyer to Sir R. Cecil (26th), 108; to Burghley that searcher put in tolbooth (6th March), 112; to Burghley of the King's hunting near Berwick and his watch on him, 114; takes muster, 117; reports the King gone homeworks at standstores scarce, 118; Scots newsstores shortSir W. Read important, &c. (14th April), 124; reports stores nearly donefor assistance (1st May), 128; to Cecil and the Council thereon, ib.; to take musters, 132; to Burghley with secret news of the Octavians' dealings with Spain, &c. (9th14th June), 135, 137; for the garrison pay, and on behalf of his wife (23rd), 142; to Cecil, ib.; to his father of bloody revenge on a horse stealer (3rd July), 149; on way to see his father, stopped by news of his death (27th), 158; to Sir R. Cecil for his patronage in his loss (30th), 158; to Burghley for same and a new Lord Governor, &c., ib., 159; his cattle and horses driven, 163; to Burghley defending his bloody slaughter of Daglisse, &c. (2nd Aug.), 1667; to same, that pay madeasking increase of his own (6th), 170; Selby on his killing Dauglease (10th), 172; to Burghley as to Captain Walker's dismissal by Lord Hunsdon, &c. (11th), 172; to same, report of Bothwell (12th), 173; to Burghley defending death of Daglissecost of iron gates of Berwick, &c. (26th Aug.), 178; for leavewrongs done his tenants of Harlsey, &c. (28th), 179; for renewal of a lease from the Queen (6th Sept.), 184; of the scarcity at Berwickhis wife's suits, &c. (8th), 185, 186; to same with thanksScottish complaints falseCesford's outrage at Swinburne, &c. (9th, ib., 187; of distress at Berwickexecution of Cesford's man taken red-hand, and his master's bloody threats, &c. (17th), 190; of famine and death at Berwick (21st), 191; note of works (29th Sept.), 194; to Burghley, of Cesford's plots to murder his men (14th Oct.), 202; his musters, 203; refuses Captain Selby's offer of watch, 213; to Burghley of short storeCesford's deadly feudhis secretly making scaling laddersthe 100 foot still delayed at Carlisle (9th Nov.), 216; his friends move him against Eure (12th), 218; to BurghleyVernon honest, but utterly neglects themScottish news (27th), 223; importunacy for his men's return (29th Nov.), 225; to Burghley on cost of iron gatesrenewal of his lease hindered, &c. (3rd Jan. 159697), 233; accompanies the commissioners to the Bound road (12th), 237; charged with Dagleece's death, 245; to Burghley of his measures in the Selbys' and Grays's affrayto send his wife back, &c. (8th Feb.), 251; that the great round tower of castle fallenbridge in danger, &c.his wife's heavy charges in London unbearable (15th), 256; surveys Berwick (3rd March), 273; to Burghley of scarcityneglect of victuallershis own lease, &c. (4th), 273; gentleman porter's complaints of (10th), 278; to Burghley of scarcity, works, &c., 278; to Cecil as to gentleman porter, ib., 279; to the Privy Council of scarcity, need of works, &c. (11th), 279; to Burghley with sorrow for his infirmities and withdrawal from Courtof the pay, works, &c. (17th), 285; to Burghley, of dispute with Sheperson on payvictualling behindfishing rents the the Queenthe King's movements (7th April), 2912; a fourth ship arrivedextra cost of works (12th), 294; to assist his brother on March, 297; to Burghleyreport of Sir W. Bowesand advice against war (16th May), 324; to Burghley, thanks on his wife's behalfreport of the King of Denmark's visit for instructions (12th June), 343; to same to hasten the payvictuals short, &c. (18th), 348; to Burghley on dispute as to custom (28th July), 370; the Council to Selby on their dispute, 371; to Burghley of scarcitythe plague all aboutmarket stoppedneed of governor, &c. (2nd Aug.), 374; the mayor on his dispute with Selby (4th), 376; his illwill at Selby, and breaking promise, 377; to Cecil with thanks, ib.; grounds of his quarrel with Selby, 378; to Bishop of Durhamplague all round Berwickno market, &c. (26th Aug.), 389; fees (as marshal 260l., chamberlain 94l. 13s. 4d., captain of 100 foot 1380l. 18s. 4d.) (29th Sept.), 408; to Burghley of scarcityhopes his son Sir Thomas Cecil is to be governorthinks Robert Bowes dyingof the meeting at Norham fordsurrender of Buccleuch now in Berwicktumult raised by Cesford, &c. (9th Oct.), 41416; to Lord Hunsdon, of Lord Hume's message when coming from the sermondining with him and refusal to see Cesfordwill not be Buccleuch's jailor, &c. (10th Oct.), 41920; to Cecil, Lord Hume in FifeW. Selby elected M.P., and will gladly escort Buccleuch to London, if ordered (23rd), 432; to Burghley of scarcityVernon's neglect ib.; Sir W. Bowes' delayR. Bowes' dangerbegs his place if he dies, &c., 432; if made treasurer, will resign chamberlain and marshalshipsand give his head, &c., in pledge, 433; stays Selby, till Buccleuch's escort to London settled (23rd), ib.; to Burghley of Sir W. Bowes' continued absenceRobert Bowes' impending deathasks his office, offers Cecil the chamberlainship to sell, worth 500l.will resign marshalshipsave the Queen's purse, &c. (31st), 439; the mayor's complaint of him to Cecil (10th Nov.), 445; to Burghley that R. Bowes bed-ridden in Berwick since he came on 5th Nov.urging his suitfear of Essex crossing him, &c. (12th Nov.), 448; to Cecil of meeting Hume, reminding him of BuccleuchBowes' continued weakness (12th Nov.), 449; to Burghley of Bowes' death about 3 o'clock this night (15th), ib., 450; to Cecil, Buccleuch is getting weary and wishes removalbehaves well, &c. (20th), 4567; to Burghley with thanks for moving his appointmentrenews offer of chamberlainshipwill serve as governor gratishis fears of Bowes getting ithis slacknesstheir scarcity of victuals (1st Dec.), 4735; to Burghley that Vernon's victualling is mere pretence, there is nothing comewill face him if allowed to come uppay not yet heard ofjoining treasurership and ambassadorship in one, undid late Mr Bowes, &c. (22nd Dec.), 487; to Cecil thereon, 488; to hasten his leave (24th), 489; of Cesford's challenge to Buccleuch and his dealing with the Master of Orkney thereintown near starving (28th), 491; to Burghley, will come up without leave (10th Jan. 159798), 498; takes muster (12th), 499; to the Council in reply to mayor's petitiondangerous state of churchpreacher and people run out in panic, &c. (20th), 505; to Burghleyhas thought better and will not come without leave (30th), 508; to sameurgent need of a treasurerTweed bridge in dangerif not made treasurer must be paid for his services, &c. (6th Feb.), 510; to Cecil, of Buccleuch's releasegiving his son "a toward child of 10," as hostage (16th Feb.), 51617; indent thereon, 517; to same of Cesford's reconciliation with himself and his brother (19th), ib., 518; to Burghley, of search for George Kerrasking full marshalship, &c. (27th), 51920; to same, pressing for the patentand as to George Kerr (7th March), 523; to same, excusing a postboy's neglect (14th), 524; to same, on guarding the long bridgefort at Holy Island, &c. (17th March), 525; to sameScottish newsdesires Willoughby's commission before giving up the keysthinks Bowes careless about the treasurershipand presses his own claim (30th), 527; takes Berwick musternot approved by Willoughby, as only "a bare view" (31st April), 530; is now marshal (23rd May), 532; regrets signing R. Musgrave's book, 533; is at Court (5th June), 537; born in Hertfordshire, absent from muster (10th June), 540; "Sir John, lord-marshal," brings packet to Willoughby (26th July), 550; absent from muster (1st Aug.), ib.; to Cecilon arrival at Berwickthanks for favours from his late father and himself, &c. (2nd Nov.), 573; to Cecil on Selby's charges keeping Buccleuch (7th Dec.), 581; to Cecil, Willoughby gone, but left him no allowance (6th Oct.), 627; to samecountry wonderfully quietCesford's conduct commended to the Queen (8th Nov.), 62930; to samethe King and kirk's dispute about English players (23rd), 631; Cecil toforbears pressing the Queen for more pay, for reasons (Dec.), 635; passport by, as chamberlain, marshal and deputy governor (4th Jan. 15991600), 636; to Cecilof King's coming to Lauder, &c. (19th Feb.), 639; passports by, 643, 644; to Cecil on ill news of Lord Ormond (28th April), 647; to same with dispatches (17th May), 656; of his dealings with Harding's estatewishing part to meet his charges and buy his daughter some gowns, &c. (19th), ib., 657; his proceedings on Harding's deathhis lady pretends kindredhis ends personal, &c., 658; to CecilGowrie's reception by the King badcomplains of Willoughby thwarting his suit for Harding's goods, &c. (29th May), 659; passport by (14th June), 661; to Willoughby of Dunkirkers on coastVernon's neglect, &c., ib.; to Cecil, thanks for moving the Queen for himwarns him of the treasurer's proceedings (25th July), 671; to same for R. Musgrave (27th), 672; money in his hands "passed over" (1st Aug.), 675; to Cecil, Gowrie and his brother slain (7th Aug.), 676; account of, seen by Willoughby on road, ib.; to Cecila different accountsuspicions of the Kingtwo brothers come disguised for refuge, &c. (11th Aug.), 677; to samemore suspicionall Ruthvens banishedtwo sisters sent from Courttwo brothers close in Berwick (16th), 678; to same in answersent for the Ruthvens' tutor and settled their courseKing's conduct still suspicious (24th Aug.), 682; to same, Sir H. Brounkar comeKing spoken against by preachers and commons (30th), 683; to same, has at last got the young Earl and brother secretly away to Durhamcause of Gowrie's death (4th Sept.), 684; to same, Sir H. Brounkar gone to Edinburgh yesterday in a dayhis audienceKing's handling of the five preachers, &c. (7th Sept.), ib., 685; to same in reply on the two Ruthvens' secrecyreports are mere surmisesWilloughby's return (21st Sept.), 688; charges against Bowes, 721; his fees, &c., as marshal, chamberlain, &c., 7223; his acquittance to be returned to Bowes (10th Jan. 1601), 724; commends Captain Skyner purchaser of his company and chamberlainship, to Willoughby (18th June), 757; Willoughby's opinion of his doingsthe price said to be 1100l. (21st), ib.; to be made to keep his place, 758; to Cecil, reporting his arrival at Berwick (5th July), 763; to same that a warden must be appointed (11th), 764; has received his patent as warden (13th), ib.; to same, has just seen the governor's body to his ship (20th), 765; and has met Lord Roxburgh (27th), ib.; to sameNicolson's packet (3rd), and the soldiers sent to Carlisle (10th Aug.), 767; sends further packets from Nicolson (16th Aug.), 768; to Cecilon justice with his opposite (26th Aug.), 770; to same, no news (4th), a pledge at York escaped (12th), 771; Beltrees' comingthe preachers called home (27th), 772; of the Spaniards in Irelandadvice (12th Oct.), ib.; of two Englishmen with Lord Roxburghhis suspicious, &c. (14th), ib.; their letter to him, ib.; his reply, 773; to Cecil on themBiron's mission (19th), 774; of Sir William Reade's attackhis son's unfitnessthe Laird of Gicht, &c. (21st Nov.), ib., 775; passports by, 775; to same, Lennox expected (6th Dec.), 776; that he came on 8th and is goneReade's son an adulterous bastardGicht's offer declined as ordered (17th), ib.; to same, charges against Thomas Carr of Ford (18th), 777; has sent the accuser up to save his life (8th Jan. 1602), 779; to same on Irish newsSir John Forster deadSir W. Reade near ithis own fees, &c. (13th), 780; to same (28th), ib.; passport by, ib.; to Cecil of Lopton's secret meetings with the King (1st Feb.), ib., 781; to the Councilreceipt of four York pledges, &c. (8th), 781; to Cecil thereof, and as to his son Henry, ib.; passport by, ib.; to Cecil, Fowlis and Ashton's visit to "Haddock's hole" (19th), ib.; to same, Roxburgh's discontent about the pledges, &c. (24th), 782; Roxburgh to, thereon, ib.; passport by, 783; to Cecil, of Roxburgh's rare justice on a Scots' delinquent (10th March), 783; of Liddesdale outrages in his March (17th), 784; passport by, ib.; passport by, 785; to Cecilis without assistantsthe pledges, &c. (18th May), ib.; Dunkirkers still troubling them, 786; Cecil to, news of Spain, &c., ib.; to Cecil, King James and his youngest son indisposed (24th), ib.; to same on charges against himself and wife of selling companies and places, &c. (26th), ib., 787; to same, on these dealingsdefending Lady Carey as no worse than others, &c., 7878; of the pledges in prisondeath of the King of Scots' son (4th June), 788; of Dethick's affair in Edinburghthe King's view, &c. (11th), ib.; of the deterioration of Scottish money, for instructions (27th), 789; that the Lord of Kintail came to Berwick last night (30th), ib., 790; to same, as to the young Gowries (6th July), ib.; on recognizances in Berwick, &c. (12th), 791; as to Roxburgh and Hume (15th), ib.; on the Scottish coin (22nd), 793; arrival of French ambassador (25th), ib.; his reception in Scotland, &c., ib., 794; to same, Newcastle assise, &c. (5th Aug.), 794, Cecil to, on the Scottish coinIrish news, ib.; to Cecil, as to French ambassadorRoxburgh, &c. (29th), 795; passport by, 796; of Roxburgh's justice before going (10th Sept.), 797; to same, of his small payto remind the Queen when in good humour (24th Sept.), 798; Cecil to, as to D. Archdeacon and F. Moubray's trial by battle (2nd Oct.), 800; to Cecil, recommending Captain W. Read (4th Oct.), 801; reporting as to Nicolson's letters (13th), 803; that Moubray came on 14thhis brother Lord Hunsdon's illness, &c. (22nd Oct.), 805; that Archdeacon also comeas to his own pay, its smallness, &c. (31st Oct.), 807; to same, that the two combatants were received by Lord Hume (5th Nov.), 808; of their treatment in Edinburgh, &c. (10th), 809; Cecil to, to receive Butler for safety (14th), ib.; to Cecil, that failing others, Captain Skinner must come to duty (15th Nov.), 80910; Cecil to, that Skinner be sent in custody to London (16th), 810; to Ceciladvice as to Skinnerhis doingsis not yet come, &c. (23rd), 81011; that he is comeas to young Butlersecret doings near Berwick, (29th), 812; has sent up Skinnerhis demeanour, &c. (1st Dec.), 812; motion for Clement Armorer (11th), 813; passport by, ib.; to Cecil, on Skinner's misfortunesobjects to the Queen bestowing his offices, &c. (21st Dec.), 814; trusts Jackson his enemy will not get Skinner's company (26th), ib.; to Cecil of his hard usage by the Queen filling up Skynner's chamberlainship (13th Jan.), 818; to the Council that the young Ruthvens are not about the Borderbut has proclaimed them (26th Jan. 1603), 819; to Cecil, that young Butler is weary of Berwick (23rd Feb.), 819.

Carey, Mrs John: in London on her husband's suits (3rd Jan. 159697), 233; to be dispatched back from London (8th Feb.), 252; her charges there unbearable to her husband (15th), 256; forgets her husband's suit to Burghley for Harlesey, has little wit, 274; Lady C.: is covetous, like other women, takes money for placesno worse than others about Court, &c., 787.
-, Sir Robert: ousts his brother John from Northam, &c. (Feb. 159495), 14, 16, 17, 18; his brother John's complaint of his getting Norham, &c., 21; to Burghley from Carlisle of state of West March (29th Aug.), 52; to same of Middle March, Forster's age (94), decrepitude, bastard son's drunkenness, &c., 57; Captain of Tynemouth (in 1585), 60; holds Norham from the Queen and his father, 68; may get the gentleman portership too, ib.; Hunsdon determined on it (21st Nov.), 72; to Cecil lamenting his disgrace at Court, and entreating his favour (26th Feb. 159596), 108; urges repair of Norhamhow much will the Queen give? (29th March), 117; for injunction as to common at Tweedmouth (6th April), 119; his valour when Scrope's deputy officer, 123; to take musters, 132; to his father of outrages, need of twenty horsemeets his wife and children at Alnwick (15th June), 137; to Cecil with thanks (2nd July), 146; to Burghley of Cesford's ill doings, deceit, &c.would repair Norham for 300l.though but poorly&c. (3rd), 147; has twenty horse of Berwick garrison, 149; to James 6th of his warden (15th), 152; to Burghley as to Norhamthe Queen's refusal of repairas his father ought to payreasons against, &c. (17th), 154; to his father, for meadow haynews from Scotland (17th), ib., 155; to Burghley with the King's answer of 22nd (26th), 157; that his father's death ends his commission (30th), 158; to Burghley, will do his best while the Queen's temporary officersorry his father is in her debt (2nd Aug.), 164; Cesford's displeasure with him, 166; to Burghley of his attempts for justice without effect (19th), 174; to Burghley of inroad at Alnwick (28th Aug.), 180; spoil before his entry to East March, 183; to Burghley of the Scots counter-claims, Cesford's treachery, &c. (9th Sept.), 186; of his capture of three Burnes redhandtwo slain (14th), 188; has hanged oneCesford's threats of blood, &c. (17th), 18990; of Cesford's bands riding in Norhamshire for bloodtheir doings, &c. (19th), 191; to Cecil on proofs for the commission (28th Sept.), 193; to the Council and Burghley thereon, 194; repairs powder house Norham, ib.; declares untruth of Sir Robert Kerr's March complaints, 197; to Cecil, to think of himhis position is not assured as warden (6th Oct.), 201; the Queen gives him some discretion as her deputy warden (10th), 201; to Cecil acknowledging samewith apology to his father, &c. (21st), 205; to Burghley for leave up, to assure his position in East March (4th Nov.), 212; to Sir R. Cecil thereon, 213; declines Selby's offer of help, &c., ib.; his protest he would refuse wardenry if offered, 214; Cesford's feud with him for Bourne's hanging, &c., 224; to Cecil urgently for leave to come up (29th Nov.), 225; sends commissioners his books of complaints, &c., well drawn (15th Dec.), 227; attends them to Bound road (12th Jan. 159697), 237; brought Bothwell to Scrope, 280; at Court, his declaration for not meeting Cesford (14th March), 281; is in London, 282; to Cecil on his patentyes or no? (12th Apr.), 294; to the Council of great raid at Killamdamagesand need of authority (16th), 296; note of slain, &c., 297; to Burghley thereof, 297; and the Border commissioners, ib.; to Cecil, that it shows need of his patent, ib.; agreed with Scrope and Eure by the commissioners at Carlisle (24th April), 310; to Cecil thereof, left on 29thto know of his patent, &c. (3rd May), 315; was at Carlisle a week, 318; to Burghleyon the treatyfor his patent, &c. (29th May), 331; sharply commanded by Elizabeth to cease writing for a patentto do his duty as she thinks fit and pleasesand then he will find what comes of it (7th June), 337; to Burghley humbly acquiescing, and will serve as best he can till dismissed (12th), 343; his bill on Dand Pringle, 3456; to Burghley on the King's prohibitions of cloth, &c. (19th), 348; to Cecil, of futile exchange of pledges at Norham ford (26th June), 351; to Cecil, that he must come up at all hazards, or be ruined by his burdensleaves a good deputy (4th Aug.), 378; will now stay till the pledges exchanged (7th), 379; to Bishop of Durhamplague all over East MarchesTynedale, &c., no market in Berwick (26th Aug.), 389; opinion on the King's proposals, 391; his deputy to, of the Scots outrages in his absence (24th Oct.), 433; is at Court, 434; to Cecil, from Somerset House, has been illsends his deputy's letter, &c. (29th), 438; William Selby, &c., to, of the Scots outragesdisregard of his deputy, &c. (3rd Nov.), 441; to Cecil on his return, with great thanks (22nd Dec.), 486; arrived 20th, 487; advises on Cesford's challenge (28th), 491; should inhabit Norham Castle, 495; receives Laird of Cesford from Lord Hume with Bowes' consent at Hallowdownhill (14th Feb.), 5134; to Cecil, advising him to be sent to York (15th), 515; reconciles himself with Cesford, at latter's request (18th), 516, 517; to Burghley, that Cesford agrees to go to York, after twenty days' preparation (27th), 518; wishes to resign East March to Willoughby at Court, for appearancefears Middle March too hard for him, 519; to Burghley that Cesford warrants George Kerr's loyalty and no Spaniard is with him (7th March), 522; about Court (5th June), 537; to Burghley from Berwickhis forty horse musteredhis fee as warden of Middle March (28th), 542; to Cecil of Thomas Carleton's death in a fray (5th July), 546; to Burghley asking Morpeth Castlean outrage on Tynedale, &c. (15th), 5489; request approved (19th), 550; to Burghley of a hunting fray in Redesdale (4th Aug.), 551; to his brother Lord Hunsdon thereon, ib.; to Cecil that the King makes too much of it (13th), 5523; to Lord Hunsdon thereon, 553; his account of it, 5567; to meet Cesford at Cocklaw on 19th Sept., 561; to Cecil that Gray's refusal to yield Morpeth Castle will disgrace him (14th Sept.), 562; to same of Cesford's and his difference on mode of wardens' meeting (22nd), 563; to same in reply, as to the words spoken by Cesford's people (6th Oct.), ib., 564; to same from Rose Castle, of design to murder Scrope (5th Nov.), 574; to the CouncilWoodrington and Fenwick sent to Bishop of Durham (18th Nov.), 577; now at Alnwick, ib.; to Cecil, urging their release (11th Dec.), 581; to the Council, ib.; Cecil to, with caution for the futureand they are to be tried by assise (2nd Jan. 159899), 5834 to the Council of Fenwick's illness (14th), 584; to Cecil that they may be presentMr Fenwick is worse (31st Jan.), 586; to same criticizing the King's conditions (13th Feb.), 587; to Archbishop of York, that the prisoners plot escaping (16th March), 591; to the CouncilCesford's share in the pledges' escapeto release Woodrington and Fenwick (20th March), 595; Council of York to, 596; to Cecil (4th April), 599; to same for Woodrington and Fenwick's release (13th), 600; Alnwick too weak for their custody, ib.; Woodrington to, from Bothall, of Bewcastle frayCesford, Buccleuch, &c. (18th May), 605; same to, fresh outrage near Haltwhistle (26th), 606; to Cecil, from Somerset Housethe two Musgraves' bond, or Thomas's discharge from officeR. Woodrington for bailiff of Hexham (27th June), 6112; injunctions for Captain of Bewcastle, 6123; requests to have Thomas Rutherford in keeping, 6134; his account of Thomas Musgrave's lewd life, 614; to Cecil from Alnwick, as to Rutherford (21st July), 616; to samequarrel of Cesford and Woodringtonfor leave next term (8th Sept.), 622; to sameasking another office (16th), 623; great need of leave (23rd), 624; to the Council (23rd Sept.), 625; to Cecil for bearer (5th Oct.), 627; to Lord Hunsdon on his leave, &c. (8th), ib.; to the Council of Cesford's justice, 628; to Cecilleave refusedCesford's good course (5th Nov.), 629; to sameof success at Langholm, &c. (18th), 630; of same (21st), 631; of Buccleuch's start on 26th for Londonwish to kiss handsadvising it granted, &c. (27th), ib., 632; plan for his own March when on leave, 632; to Cecilurgent for leavehis living in peril and must come without (24th Dec.), 6334; to Cecil from Laxton on his waybut waits there for leave (13th Jan. 1599 1600), 637; Cesford to, for a trader crossing the March (10th April), 643; note on the hunting case (15th May), 656; to Cecilthe King's offence at the "hunting accident" settlementCesford's malice (9th July), 667; to sameCesford's plan to entrap him (28th), 672; to CecilCarmichael's murderers strongsuspects Cesford behind themrepair of Harbottle urgent (1st Aug.), 674; to Cecil with the full Gowrie affair (5th Sept.), 684; to same, Cesford's wish for a licence to go through England, and to kiss the Queen's hand (8th Sept.), 685; to Cecil for Cesford's licence and safe conduct (4th Oct.), 692; to samethe Queen of Scots' letter to Gowrie, &c., foundher treatmenthis brother, Lord Hunsdon's health, &c. (21st), 698; to same for Roger Woodrington (27th), 700; of meetings with opposite wardensscheme for two escaped pledges &c., ib., 701; to Cecil with Selby's letterCesford's favour at Court, &c. (2nd Nov.), 707; to sameCesford's delayshis great favour as to Bothwell's lands, &c. (15th), 711; to the Council, ib.; to Cecil for leave at Christmas (16th Dec.), 719; Willoughby to, to capture Powrie Ogilvy (11th Jan.), 726; to the Council on his capture by Willoughly (12th Jan.), 726; to Cecil thereon, and has re-taken him, 727; of their conference, &c. (14th), ib.; to same for his leave (24th), 729; commending Henry Woodrington to him (26th), ib.; has sent Ogilvy on to Scotland as directed (14th Feb.), 732; on escaped recussants, ib.; on the Queen's happy escape in Essex's plot, &c. (16th), 733; to Cecil, that Powrie Ogilvy banished by the ministers, is in his Marchfor instructions (30th March), 739; that the King allows him to punish outlaws (4th April), ib.; James 6th to, authorizing him, 740; to Cecil of meeting with Lord Roxburgh (11th May), 750; of revenge on Scots outlaws (13th), ib.; of their attack on Haltwistle, and his plan for revenge (1st June), 752; desired as his deputy by Willoughby (18th June), 757; a kind gentleman, ib.; to Cecil, from Heyning fort, his success over the outlaws (8th July), 763; to same, acknowledging the Council's thanks (11th), 764; of the outlaws' offers for peace (15th), ib.; as to Powrie Ogilvythe March quietthe Queen's objections to his leave, &c. (28th), 766; to CecilRoxburgh desires to kiss handsgives his character (29th Aug.), 795; to samegreatly needs leave (27th Sept.), 798.

Carey, William (the late): 14; balance due his company, 67; formerly Captain Brickwell's, now John Carey's, 70.

Carham, "hariadge" of: driven (16th July), 154; revenged (26th), 157.

Carlattayne: raid on, 483.

Carlaverock: refused to the King's pursuivant, 275.

Carleton, Ambrose: delivered for bill, 19; &c., lie in wait on Staynmoor for Scrope's witnesses, &c. (15th Aug.), 382; a murder by his two sons, 634.
-, Anthony, Tredermayne: his "hership," 63; indicated of March treasons, resetting Scots, &c., 253; prisoners in London, when Gilsland spoiled, 455; bailiff, Nether Denton, 446.
-, Garret: named deputy by Thomas C., his father, 268; Thomas C.'s son: told his father's characters by a condemned thief at Appleby, 361; hinders and threatens the Graystock men and their leader, summoned by Scrope to a reprisal (24th July), 3689; mortally wounds Milburne, Scrope's servant, now dead (19th Jan. 159798), 500; Scrope urges his punishment (29th), 5078.
-, Gayfry: conducts a Gilsland foray, 367; Godfraye: 387; Gifford: a common spoiler, 687.
-, Guy: condemned for horse stealing, &c., by a jury (though related) and executed, 253; tried and condemned for horse stealing, 268; Gay (the late): called a felon by a condemned thief, 361.

Carleton, John: Ambrose C.'s son, murder by, 634; is in Carlisle Castle, ib.; in a raid on Ricardgate, &c., 736.
-, Lancelot: his land offered by Scrope, 53; &c., devise plot for Kinmont's rescue, 129; goes to complain of Scrope to Essex (29th Jan. 159697), 241; wishes trial of dispute before the Privy Council (9th Feb.), 254; petitions the Privy Council against Scrope's hard measures, revenge, &c., 266; Scrope's denial of his charges (26th Feb.) 267; declaration of his contemptuous action when delivering the Council's letters, 268; gives bond to Scrope for 500l. on notice at his house of Branton, ib.; styled an archtraitor, backed by "olde Belzebub," 269; rails against Scrope, 270; his untruth, 289; Scrope's urgency against, 2901; Sir W. Bowes tells him the Queen's pleasurehis fear of Scrope, and requires Bishop of a Durham's "assurance" (18th April), 300; &c., met Buccleuch, &c., at Archerbeck (7th April 1596), 368; his speech about Scrope and Salkeldthe breach of Carlisle discussed, ib.; his conspiracy to rescue Kinmont, 393; bailiff of Brampton, 446; holds Naworth Castle, &c., in Gilsland, 558; besides "poor men's grounds," ib.; Grames bet on his return as land sergeant (17th Oct.), 569; his report to Cecil on plots for the DacresScrope's neglect of officeJesuits harboured, &c., 5723; styled "mischievous" by Scrope (4th Nov.), 574; seeks Scrope's death, 575; cannot be sparedhis answer in Star Chamber to be taken by commission (4th June), 6078; tells Scrope of Leigh (15th Oct.), 623; presented for insulting the justices in Court (25th Sept.), 689; is a known contentious man, &c., 691; to Lord Thomas Howarda dangerous plot for Francis Dacrethe bearer Roger Woodrington can reveal it (13th Nov.), 71011; earnestly commended by R. Lowther to Stanhope (26th April), 745; his informations against Thomas Musgrave, 746; Musgrave's demand for trial of these (29th May), 752; to Lord Thomas Howard with plan to murder Tyrone (17th July), 792; tells Scrope of scheme for Tyrone's head (26th Nov.), 811; recognisance by (9th Jan. 1603), 817.
-, Thomas, senior: land sergeant, taken prisoner (ante 1571), 447; land sergeant (ante 1570), 554.
-, Thomas, constable of Carlisle: indent by for Lord Scrope with Buccleuch's deputy, 19; Scrope's deputy (July), 39; named by Eure to Burghley, 85; suspected by Scrope of privity to Kinmont's rescue, 122; Richies Will asserts it (24th April), 126; devised breaking Carlisle Castle, and to make the watch sure, 129; murder by his followers, ib.; land sergeant, refuses help to a robbed tenant, 136; resets Grame of Mote at Askerton, 141; 157; accredited by Eure to Cecil (23rd Aug.), 178; Scrope asks he may be detained (5th Sept.), 184; takes and delivers to Eure's men one Christofer Bell (21st Nov.), 226; offends Scrope with the Grames and otherwise (Dec.), 228; report of four Grames riding with him to Lord Eure brought to Scrope (31st Dec.), 229; Eure's declaration on honour of his dealing with him (28th Jan. 159697), 240; of Askerton: and brothers indicted, screened by Richard Lowther, 241; his March treasonsresetting Scots riderskeeping in Eure's wardenrymeeting Buccleuch, &c., deserve outlawry (9th Feb.), 2534; the Bells, Armstrongs, &c., plot his murder for the capture of Christofer Bell outlawcharge him with March treasons and procure his indictment, 266; Scrope's denial, asserting Carleton's betrayal of Bell and his own league with the Armstrongs, Elliots, &c. (26th Feb.), 267; goes to London, leaving Garret C., his son, as deputy, and Lancelot C. and Brakenhill to assist him, 268; though officer, brings in Scots evildoers, &c., 269; induced Sir R. Carey to bring Bothwell to Scrope, 280; his sonin-law's treatment of lettershimself to be sent to London (13th March), 280; &c., their differences with Scrope, 323; outlaws in a mannercame to Carlisle on assuranceexamined by Bishop of Durhamtook the sacrament before himdenied Scrope's charges, &c.the bishop's anger, 3245; the bishop's account of it to Burghley (27th May), 3289; Grame's account of his villainy sent to Cecil (28th), 3301; &c., ordered up, not yet gone (23rd June), 349; the most notorious thief at Appleby assises, 361; refuses to tell Scrope when he is going to London (21st July), 363; a chief procurer of Scottish raids on Gilsland and led last one on 20th July (25th), 3667; evidence on his meeting Buccleuch on 7th April 1596speech on tampering with the watch for Kinmont's rescue, is signed by Buccleuch, 368; privately, tells Scrope of plot by Richard Lowther, &c., to put him out of office, 386; his subsequent evil doings when Scrope dismissed himconspiracy with Buccleuchraids, &c., 387; has combined with a suitor for Scrope's office (28th Aug.), 388; examinations against him (25th April-26th July), 393; Scrope disclaims malice against him, only justice (5th Sept.), 3945; and will prove his guilt on coming up (22nd), 399; Thomas C. of Carleton: land sergeant, reports by, on Gilsland, owners, manors, bounds, &c. (10th Nov.), 4456; information on the land sergeant's duties, fees, dangers, &c., and offers to the Queen, 4478; to Burghley, denying the two Bells' complaintsone unknown to himthe other in London on another business, 455; to bring drugs for Lowther from London, 467; reported will be Lowther's constable (30th Nov.), 468; to Burghley in answer to Scrope, denying his statements about his affairsintentionsand his relation to the Armstrongs, his wife is a Grame of Esk, &c. (2nd Dec.), 4757; lewd reports by, &c., against Scrope (13th Dec.), 486; to govern Gilsland with 100 horse, ib.; killed in a fray in Gilsland by the Ogles, &c. (4th July), 5467; his fees and appointment from the Howards for life, 554; houses there held by him, &c., 558.

Carleton, Thomas (3rd): refuses Askerton, &c., to Musgrave (20th Sept.), having a lease, 562; (11th Oct.), 568; to be ordered to lodge complaints against Musgrave in a week (16th), 569; done in spite to Scrope (20th), 570; his, &c., mischievous reports credited "above" (4th Nov.), 574; suspected of design against Scrope's life, 575; Ambrose C.'s son, murder by, 634; fled to Scotland, ib.; (junior): a common spoiler, 687; in a raid on Ricardgate, &c., 736.

Carletons, the: Scrope asks their re-committal, 53; brave Scrope at Brampton (1st March), 272; heard before Border commission (28th April), 307; the commissioners' report deferred (29th), 310; the three chief, Thomas, Lancelot, and Anthony: in a dangerous coursebonds advised to be taken (7th May), 31819.

Carlintothe, the: thieves' pass to Redesdale, 46970.

Carlisle: castle, citadel, &c., control of the gunners claimed by Richard Musgrave (July), 38; "city and county of," 93; cannoneers at, 98; unskilled in duties, and the master gunner an absentee butcher, 105; Buccleuch's breach of, and Kinmont's rescue (13th April), reported to Council, &c. (14th), 1203, 1267; arms, &c., wanted for the citizens (30th), 127; no gunner fit to charge or point a cannon (20th Nov.), 222; too many there, ib.; the customer of: like to die, and a very corrupt officer, Scrope asks appointment (21st Jan. 159697), 238; evasion of customs by Scots merchants at (10th March), 277; the tolbooth at: 302; the mayor of: attends Leigh to Newby (24th Nov.), 464; plague still about the city (24th Nov.), 465; fishmarket of: rumours among the women, 468; castle: not furnished with horse as it should be (2nd Dec.), 476; the plague partly ceases (19th Jan. 159798), 500; mayor of: wishes Scrope's return, ib.; revenues 300l. a year misappropriated by citizens, 664; the bishop and Scrope to see to this, ib.; fees of the lord wardenstewardships, tithes, fishings, &c., 8212.

Carlisle, Bishops of: (John), examination by (2nd May), 129; excluded from new ecclesiastical commission (15th Nov.), 219; reports on Holme Coltram tenants, 235; sends names of recusants to Bishop Mathew (2nd March), 272, 290; to deal with nonresidents (14th May), 324; examinations before (MayJuly), 393; sends his son John, tenants, &c., with Leigh (24th Nov.), 465; has been sick and still is (19th Jan. 159798), 500; offers Scrope Rose Castle gratis till plague abates, ib.; (Henry Robinson), preaches at Stanwixtheir horses stolen, his tenants of Linstock and his brother Adam plundered (July), 671; at justices' session, disturbed by L. Carleton (25th Sept.), 68991; petition to the Council, 690; examinations before, 817.
-, Dean of: an expert civil lawyer (2nd March 159697), 272.
-, Edw., of Lymecleugh: raid by, 265; of the Limekiline: a pledge, 350.

Carlisles, the: under Buccleuch's banner, 169; Johnston breaks assurance with, 538.

Carmichael, Sir Hugh: to revenge his father's death, 663; Newby's son-in-law, takes John Musgrave to the King hunting, 803.
-, Laird of: consults with a Grame for Kinmont's rescue, 127; at Cockpoule, ib.; Sir John: Cesford's greatest friend, 219; sent by the King to Bowes, 266; "old C.": at Council (5th June), 336; his indent with Scrope for redress of Gilsland, 363; sent to confer with Scrope (3rd Aug.), 376; his directions, and large promises rather doubted by Scrope (10th), 381; his great pains commended by Scrope (15th), 382; their indent, and delivery by C. of two surcties, 383; his conference at Hexham with Eure and promises for Buccleuch (17th), 383, 384; with Lord Hume, &c., at Norham ford (29th Sept.), 411; treats with Sir W. Bowes on Buccleuch's behalf, 412; the most expert borderer, 413; at Newby with James 6th (24th Nov.), 464, 466; to be sent to deal with the Queen of England for Buccleuch (12th Dec.), 484; his labour for him with the King against Cesford (4th Jan. 159798), 496; to Sir W. Bowes (4th Feb.), 509; privity to the King's new English pledges (7th), 512; reported warden (2nd Oct.), 626; Angus refuses proclaiming him (15th), 628; has the warrant (27th), 629; his appointment notified by James 6th to Scrope (26th Dec.), 634; by Angus, that he has appointed him under warden (2nd Jan. 1600), 636; Scrope doubts his dealing with "byegones" (16th), 637; is still at Court (7th Feb.), 638; well affected, 643; meets Lowther at Gretnais going to Court (19th April), 644; has agreed with Maxwell, and gone to the King (25th), 647; H. Leigh with him at Carmichl (Sept. 1599), 652; to Cecil, from EdinburghLowther's weakness for justice as but a deputy, &c. (11th May), 6545; meets Lowther (12th June), 661; slain between Annan and Langholmhis body taken across a horse to Lochmaben (16th), 662; James 6th asks Scrope and Lowther to seize murderers (20th), ib.; report of his son succeeding him (29th), 663; murdered for his good service, 664; outrages by murderers, 671.

Carmichael, Patrick: Scotsman returning home, 719.

Carnaby, heirs of: their claim on Hexham, 58; alliances of the, 74.

Carnabye, William, of Langley: juror, 132; Mr: attends Eure to Norham ford (29th Sept.), 409.
-, Will.: takes the Selby's challenge to the Grays, 287; son of old C. of Langley: deputy constable of L. refuses Eure's authority, 240; suspected of receiving stolen cattle, 338; countenanced by H. Woodrington, 339, 340; Woodrington's kinsman, 341; to be confronted with Eure, 369.

Carr (Ker, Kerre), Alexander: passport to, 554.
-, Sir Andrew, of Ferniherst: raid on, 118. See Ferniherst, Laird of.
-, Sir Andrew, of Heiton: deputy warden, Middle March, 754, 755.
-, Andrew, of Fawdonsyde: 315; signs treaties at Carlisle (5th May), 31617.
-, Andrew, of Newhall: 756.
-, Andrew, of Roxburgh: his words at the Cocklaw (19th Sept.), reported to Elizabeth (6th Oct.), 5634.

Carr, one George: charge by, 151.
-, Geo., of Crukholm: hinders a " trod," 182.
-, Geo. (Redesdale): 404; in Harbottle: 754.
-, George: search for, ordered by Burghley and Essex (19th Feb.), Carey sends to Eyemouth, &c. (24th), without effect, 519; his loyalty vouched for by Cesfordcame on account of his mother's death, and no Spaniard with him (7th March), 522; is at Salton in Lothian, his brother William C.'s houselanded (c. 20th Feb.) at Coldingham and went to Fast Castle, 523.
-, Sir John, of Spielaw: murder by, 147; murders by, 1623; Carey's description of one: and Sir John's valour! 167; Sir John, of Hirsel: his sheep driven, 182; case between him and Mr Gray (16th Aug.), 553; his bills, 755.
-, James, of Corbet house: fyled, 264.
-, Ja., bastard of Corbet: fyled, 264.
-, John, of Corbet house: his words to Carey at Cocklaw (19th Sept.) reported to Elizabeth (6th Oct.), 5634.
-, Lance, goodman of Gateshaw, 754.
-, Mark, laird of Ormstone: foul by confession, of attack on Sir R. Carey's men, &c., 346.
-, Ra.: 75.
-, Mr Rafe, of Fourd: fyles bill, 346; named Sir R. Carey's deputy (4th Aug.), 378; juror, Newburne, 405; to Sir R. Carey of the Scots' outrages (24th Oct.), 433.
-, Sir Robert: Cesford's great grandfather, slain by Starrhead, 565.
-, Sir Robert: replies to Eure for his father the warden (22nd Dec.), 85; executes the latter's office, 90; at feud with the Turnbull clan and Buccleuch, ib.; is son to Sir William K. still living, and styled young Laird of Cesford (27th Sept.), 193; his complaints against England answered by Sir R. Carey, 197; his pride troubles Carey, 201; murders, &c., by him and his people reported (9th Oct.), 201; his daily plots to slay garrison men near Berwick (14th), 202; having no salary, is forced to maintain his state by his clan and lawless men without pay, 204. See Cesford, Laird of.
-, Robert, parson of Morbottle: fyles bill, 264.
-, Robert: light horseman, 78.
-, Roger: 79.
-, Tho., of Cavers: fyles bill, 264, 754.
-, Tho., of the Cragg: his man fyled, 263.
-, Thomas, of Ford: charged by Roger Muschamp with secret visit to the King of Scots at Kelsowho accepted his service and drank to him (March 1600), 777; also riding to Edinburgh, trysting with Roxburgh, &c., ib., 778; calling Cecil "a deformed body," wishing to tear him in pieces for Essex's downfall, &c., and abusing the Queen, 778; menaces his man Muschamp (8th Jan. 1602), takes five outlaws from Tivydale to Berwick (15th March), 784.

Carr, Mr Walter, of Littleden: his cattle driven, 250.
-, Sir William (of Cesford): warden of the Middle Marches, Eure signifies his own appointment to (9th Dec.), 85; Sir Robert his son replies (22nd), ib.; holds office by patent, 90; is at feud with the Turnbulls, ib.; is furnishing himself with lancers, &c. (20th Jan. 159596), 96; dying or dead (10th March 159596), 113; Sir Robert's father, still enjoys his lands (27th Sept.), 193.
-, William: murder by, on East March, 99.
-, Will., of Anckram: killed by Cesford, 245.
-, William, of Hayopp: 198.
-, William, of Salton (Lothian), 523.
-, Mr William: brother of C. of Ford, 777.

Carr, the: at Berwick, 645.

"Carr and Coope": a blackmailer served with, 141.

Carrs: raids by, in East March, 1478; the, of Sleyford, Lincolnshire: Thomas C. of Ford, keeping Christmas with (18th Dec.), 777.

Carrudders, John, of Holmendes: raids on, 308.

Cartell Fell: 470.

Carter, the W. side of: 469.

Carvill, Robert: surveys store, 25; his absentees, ib.; report on store in Berwick, 32; complaint by, 33; his absentees, 39; thanks Cecil for arrears, 68; Captain: at Carlisle with his men (13th Jan. 159596), 95; and men at Alnwick for Carlisle (28th Dec.), 99; at Carlisle (26th March), 117; at Berwick (1st May), 128; in raids by Scrope's orders, 181; binds prisoners in leashes, &c., ib.; and company at Carlisle (12th Oct.), 203; billed for Liddesdale, 248; defence, ib.; bills on, 308, 346; t. 64, born in Dorset, 540; to Willoughby (10th Dec.), 633; 674, 726.

Carwinley: raid on, 198; meeting at (7th April 1596), 368.

Case, Robert: Berwick, 1.

Castle Carrock: no muster, 557.

Castle ward (Middle March): musters of (24th Nov.), 73, 7779.

Causey (Causby) Park, one Ogles': Powrie Ogilvy received at, 726; taken prisoner at, ib.

Cavers in Tevidale: Woodrington's only service at, under Eure, 339.
-, Sheriff of. See Douglas.

Caverley, Mr Thomas, of Littleburne: 756.
-, (Cavelley), one Mr: his daughter to marry Butler's son Atherton, &c., 802.

Cecil, Sir Robert: to Scrope for capture of one "guessed at" (6th Jan. 159495), 2; Scrope to, in reply (20th Jan.), 7; same to, of Herries and Buccleuch (29th), 8; John Carey bound to, by favour, 31; platt of Berwick sent to, 37; Bishop of Durham to, on his alleged sermon against James 6th, with denial (11th Aug.), 47; Scrope to, with thanks (22nd Aug.), 51; to recommit the Carletons, &c., 53; to send the soldiers (30th Sept.), 56; Forster to, with letter for the Queen (19th Oct.), 62; Huntingdon to, on Forster's matters (29th Oct.), 66; Sir John Selby, &c., thanks him (10th Nov.), 68; Sir John Forster to, on arrangements with Eure, 69; J. Carey reports failure to stay a Hamburg vessel in Leith roads, as ordered (19th Dec.), 86; thinks the report of treasure mythical, 87; Eure to, of his wants, &c., at Hexham, dealings with Cesford and his son (26th), 91; Scrope to, warning him of Gerard Lowther bound for London, 92; of Eure's private intention for redress (13th Jan. 159596), 95; Eure to, 97; R. Gray of Chillingham asks treasurership of Berwick (26th Jan, 159596), 98; J. Carey to (26th Feb.), 108; Sir R. Carey to, of his disgrace at Court, &c., 108; Scrope to, of his wife's costly journeys, &c., 109; Northumberland to, for his Tynedale tenants (10th March), 112; scarcity at Berwick certified to, 128; Eure toScots spoils 12,000l., 131; of raid, and a rider killed, 137; same to, the King's fear of losing his pension, &c. (19th June), 139; John Carey to, on his wife's behalf (23rd), 142; asked to intercede for a justice fined by Bishop of Durham, 146; Sir R. Carey to, with thanks (2nd July), ib.; Scrope to, re-asserting his charges against the Gramesneed of assurance for his witnesses' safetyand must resign his office, 135; John Carey to, for his patronageneed of a new Lord Governor, &c. (30th), 158; Scrope to, of concerted capture by Buccleuchwitnesses' evidence to Kinmont's rescue, &c. (3rd Aug.), 16870; Eure to, proposing defensive plan (23rd Aug.), 178; with advice to please Cesford (28th), 180; A. Gregory to, on Mr Bowes junior's Scottish money dealings, &c., 191; Sir R. Carey to, on bills for commissioners (28th Sept.), 193; same to, for more authority in office, or dismissal (6th Oct.), 201; Eure to, state of his March, &c. (18th), 205; Sir R. Carey to, acknowledging Queen's warrant, and apology to his father, &c. (21st), 205; Scrope to, with the offer, &c., to the Grames (1st Nov.), 210; note thereon, 211; Sir R. Carey to, for leave (4th), 213; John Ferne to (8th), 215; Scrope to, Buccleuch's releasehis arms, &c. (9th), 217; Earl of Northumberland to (18th), 221; Sir R. Carey urgently to, for leave up (29th Nov.), 225; Sir W. Bowes to, on the commission (19th Jan. 159697), 138; Scrope to (27th), 240; Sir W. Bowes to, on state of business (31st Jan.), 242; of their sittings at Berwick (6th Feb.), 249; William Selby to, of affray with the Grays in the churchyard (8th), 250; Ralph Gray to, with his version of same, 251; Scrope to, as to dealing with Buccleuch, 254; Sir W. Bowes to, on pledgesthe King and CesfordScotland, &c. (10th), 255; lays memorial on Scrope's foray before counsel, 261; Eure to, that new sheriff sworn (20th Feb.), 264; Bishop of Durham to, on a suit (24th), 265; Eure to, that Cesford's meeting adjourned (3rd March), 273; same to, that Maxwells' and Johnstons' feud renewedthe King and the clergy at Perth, &c. (5th), 274; counsel's opinion on Scrope's reprisal (9th), 276; William Selby to, on the Grays' quarrel (10th), 278; John Carey to, as to Selby, &c., ib.; Scrope to, on his March bills (15th), 283; (19th), 286; Bishop of Durham to, as to next meeting (3rd April), 289; Scrope to, dealing with the Carletons, &c., the Queen's grace to himself (5th), 2901; Eure to (6th), 291; former warrant to Selby, 294; Sir R. Carey to, for his patent (12th), 294; same, of Scottish outrage, and need of absolute authority (16th), 297; Sir W. Bowes to, on state of commission (18th), 300; Scrope to (28th April), 307; Eure to, of Buccleuch's barbarity, &c. (29th), 311; Sir W. Bowes to, Buccleuch's defencesteps he will take with the King, &c. (2nd May), 313; Scrope to, doubts Buccleuch, 314; Sir R. Carey to, opinion of commissionhis patent, &c. (3rd), 315; Eure to, on succours, &c. (10th May), 321; Scrope to (14th), 322; of the Carletons (16th), 324; of Bowesthe Carletons' villainy, &c. (28th), 330; Eure to, of the Elliots, Buccleuch, &c. (9th), 342; for a full copy of the treaty (13th), 344; Sir R. Carey to, of the abortive meeting at Norham (26th), 351; Henry Leigh, &c., to, thereof, 352; Sir W. Bowes to, with Lord Hume's letters, &c., his own disorder with 3 days' riding on service, &c. (29th June), 354; Eure to, death of a notable Elliot in a reprisal, &c. (7th July), 356; Scrope to, that two notorious thieves of Esk had escaped from trial (13th), 358; with note of their rescuers, ib.; Eure to, of great Liddesdale raid on 14thhis reprisal ineffectivewill bring Buccleuch alive or dead to the Queen, if assisted (15th), 3589; same to, of Bothwell's emissary taken, remaining with him (17th), 359; Scrope to, the Germans' bragsa condemned thief's opinion of Thomas Carleton, &c., Gerrard Lowther's death, 361; William Selby's account of his quarrel with John Carey (20th), 3623; Scrope to, of Liddesdale foray in Gilslandthe Grames' ill conduct, &c. (21st), 363; Eure to, from Witton, his wife sickScottish news, &c., 364; William Selby to, with Roger Aston's letter (23rd), 366; Scrope toanother road in GilslandThomas Carleton's son and two Grames' hindrance to his reprisal, &c. (26th), 368; Eure to, regrets road on Ferniherst by mischance (27th July), 369; with offer to the Queen by the gentlemen of his March (30th), 3712; same to, of meeting and secret conference with Cesford (3rd Aug.), 376; William Selby to, acknowledging the Council's minute (4th), 377; John Carey to, on his dispute with SelbyScottish news, &c., ib.; Sir R. Carey to, that he must hazard coming up, or perish under his burdens, 378; same to, that he must stay for the pledges' exchange, and will then come to Court (7th), 379; Scrope to, of Carmichael's visithope of agreementthe Carletons' matter (10th), 381; same to, on Carmichael's motion he should meet Buccleuch, &c. (15th), 3823; Eure to, of Carmichael's offers for BuccleuchCesford's secret messages for her Majesty's own ear, &c. (18th), 384; Scrope to, of meeting and indent with Buccleuch the day before (21st Aug.), 385; same to, witnesses sent up (28th), 386; Eure to, meeting for pledges postponed (15th Sept.), 396; Scrope to, from Bolton, coming to parliament, has instructed his deputy warden (22nd), 399; Eure to, of meeting at Norham ford on 29th, adjourned to 8th October (30th Sept.), 409; his dissatisfaction with the proceedings at Newburn with the juries, ib.; Scrope to, as to H. Leigh his deputy and his opinion of R. Lowther, &c. (2nd Oct.), 410; Bishop of Durham to, of Sir W. Bowes' great discreetness with the Scots, &c. (4th), 413; Eure to, from Wittonplague at Hexhamis coming to parliament (4th), 414; Scrope to, mistook his last letter, and is coming up (7th), 414; Scrope to, that Lowther made principal deputy (11th Oct.), 421; Sir W. Bowes to, of meeting at Norham ford, his marvellous escapethe ambassador's dangerous illness, &c. (11th) ib.; Lord Burghley to, thereonthanks to Humedisposal of Buccleuch at Barnard Castle, &c., and Cesford in Yorkshire, if delivered (15th), 4234; Sir W. Bowes to, of progressletters to and from Lord Hume and Wedderburnecommending latter highly (18th), 4245; Bishop of Durham to, from North Allerton, with juries' presentments &c. (18th), 427; same to, from Auckland, with answers to these, &c. (20th), 428; Sir W. Bowes to, demand for Cesfordand Barnard Castle unfit for Buccleuch's detentionrather York, &c. (23rd Oct.), 4312; John Carey to, that Buccleuch should be sent to London, and W. Selby, M.P., will escort him, if ordered, 432; William Selby to, is chosen for parliament, but stays for order as to Buccleuch's disposal, who is in his charge (23rd Oct.), 433; Eure to, for leave to defend himself before the Council (24th), 434; Sir W. Bowes to, as to the pledges, 435; Sir R. Carey to, from Somerset Housewith his deputy's letterbegging his patent of office or discharge (29th), 438; Sir W. Bowes to, of his dealing as to pledges and his doubts of success (31st), ib., 439; Carey's wish that he should move the Queen for the treasurership if Bowes die, and inducement offered, 439; Eure to, of John Browne's slandersquarrel with his servants, and the Bishop of Durham's malice, &c. (7th Nov.), 443; Sir W. Bowes to, with his answers to Lord Hume on the pledges (8th), 444; the Mayor of Berwick to, for their rights (10th), 445; John Carey to, has met Humereminds him of BuccleuchR. Bowes very weak, &c. (12th Nov.), 449; same to, Buccleuch is wearywishes removal to quiet his country (20th), 456; Sir W. Bowes thanks him for offer of treasurership of Berwickif not sought by Rafe Bowes (25th Nov.), 4656; Scrope to, on his dealings with R. Lowther (2nd Dec.), 476; R. Lowther to, with complaint of Scrope (2nd Dec.), 482; William Selby to, wishing Buccleuch removedhe and Cesford quarreling (12th Dec.), 484; Scrope toLowther's outrageous demands as deputyrefusing themwill give not lend his bedhis conduct on late Lord Scrope's death, &c., of the Carletonsfor reply (13th), 4856; Sir R. Carey to, of his arrival, with great thanks (22nd), 486; John Carey to, of their scarcityno pay come, &c., 487; Sir W. Bowes to. Scots news, the kirk muzzled, the pledges, &c. (24th), 488; W. Selby, junior, to (24th Dec. 1597), 825; John Carey to, for leave to come up (24th), 489; same to, Cesford's challenge to Buccleuch by the Master of Orkneystill no victuals sent (28th), 491; Sir W. Bowes to, difficulties as to the pledges (4th Jan. 159798), 4967; Sir W. Bowes to, on missing letters, &c. (8th Jan. 159798), 497 8; same to, slowness in proceedingsadvising Buccleuch's release to get his pledges, leaving his son hostage (20th), 501; same to, his safe conduct come, but waits at Berwick for a little (21st), 506; Scrope to, Guy Carleton should suffer for late murder, &c. (29th), 507; Bowes to, reporting his negotiations in Edinburghhas done his bestyet doubts result (8th Feb.), 512; Sir W. Bowes to, of meetings, and delivery of Cesford's person at Berwick, a hostage for Buccleuch expected, &c. (15th Feb.), 51314; Sir R. Carey to, that Cesford should be kept at York, 515; Bowes to, of conference with Cesford, his large promises, &c., for direction (18th), ib., 516; Carey and Bowes torelease of Buccleuch for his son, 10 years of age (on 16th at Norham), 51617; the Careys and Bowes to, on Cesford (19th), 51718; Sir W. Bowes to, for 1000l. (3rd June), 535; Willoughby toCesford's pledges sent to York (19th), 541; Archbishop of York to, thereon (22nd), ib.; Sir W. Bowes to, awaits 1000l. before proceeding to Berwick (3rd July), 545; Willoughby to, with Scots news (4th), 545; Sir R. Carey to, Thomas Carleton slain by the Ogles in Gilsland (5th), 546; H. Leigh to, of same, and has seven prisoners, 547; Willoughby to, enclosing letter to Lord Burghley (15th), 548; Burghley to, from the Strand, to keep Leigh's letter from the Queen in case of infection (19th), 550; Willoughby to, in reply (26th), ib.; gives Captain Seton passport, 551; Willoughby to, sorry at Burghley's health, sending musters (6th Aug.), 552; Sir R. Carey to, that the Redesdale hunting affray is exaggerated (13th Aug.), 5523; Willoughby to, of Spynie's passing to France, Hume joining him, rumour of Bothwell, &c. (16th), 553; to Willoughby by the Queen's command (12th June), and to Scrope for John Musgrave as land sergeant (19th Aug.), 555; Willoughby to, on Border bills, &c. (29th), ib., 556; Selby's reports on Redesdale hunting, 556; rival statements by Carey and the Scots upon, ib., 557; Scrope to, of his courtesy for MusgraveWilloughby and Cesford, &c. (5th Sept.), 558; Willoughby to, on fortifications at Berwick, &c. (10th), 5601; Sir R. Carey to, of Gray's refusal to give up Morpeth Castle (14th Sept.), 562; Archbishop of York to, has three more Scottish pledges (18th), ib.; Willoughby to, a Scots thief in prison at Hull (20th), ib.; Scrope to, Carletons refuse Askerton to MusgraveFrancis Dacre in his wardenry, &c., ib.; Sir R. Carey to, of meetings, and difference with Cesford, on same (22nd), 563; same to, words used by Cesford's company (6th Oct.), ib., 564; Willoughby to, in reply (8th), 564; Sir W. Bowes to, on conduct of March meetings (10th Oct.), 5646; William Selby's opinion thereon, 566; Sir John Forster's, 567; Mr Auditor King to, on Gilsland, &c. (10th Oct.), 568; Scrope to, on Woodringtonthe Carletons, &c. (11th), ib.; same to, of his meeting and offers from Buccleuchthe Grames' hypocrisy, &c. (16th), 569; same to, on the complaints against John Musgrave, &c. (17th), ib.; William Selby to, with packet (18th), 570; Willoughby to, on meetings of truce, ib.; Scrope to, answering the objections against John Musgrave: his connexionsmarriage and descent fit him for office (20th Oct.), ib., 571; same to, with Johnston's letter asking refuge (27th), ib., 572; Sir John Carey to, of arrival at Berwick (2nd Nov.), 573; Scrope to, with Buccleuch's letter, &c., on pledges (4th Nov.), 574; Sir R. Carey to, of design on Scrope's life, to warn him (5th Nov.), ib., 575; Auditor King to, with Carleton's lease of Askerton (6th), 575; Sir W. Bowes to, on his absence from Berwickthe many reasonshis unfitness for a new mission to Scotland, with deference to the Queen, &c. (10th Nov.), 5757; Scrope to, as to Johnston (22nd Nov.), 577; Willoughby to (21st), 578; Sir W. Bowes to, for Selby's bill, ib.; was in France (June last), ib.; Scrope to, thanks for Musgrave established (2nd Dec.), ib., 579; Bishop of Durham toScots claim against late Robert Bowesintercedes for Woodrington and Fenwick in his custody, 57980; Sir J. Carey to, on Selby's bill for Buccleuch (7th Dec.), 581; Sir R. Carey for Woodrington and Fenwick's release (11th Dec.), 581; Scrope to, on same (16th), 582; Willoughby to (28th), ib.; same to, on Bothwell and Cesfordhis munitions, &c. (1st Jan. 159899), 583; to Sir R. Carey on the Redesdale hunting, &c. (2nd), ib., 584; Bishop of Durham to, Fowlis' claim on Bowes, &c. (22nd), 585; Sir R. Carey to, in replythe Redesdale trialMr Fenwick ill, &c. (31st Jan.), 586; same to, on the Scottish demands (13th Feb.), 587; Scrope to, meeting and agreement with Angus (15th), 588; Bishop of Durham to, effects of Woodrington's, &c., imprisonmentenemy's designs on Newcastle, &c., for instructions (17th), 5889; William Selby to, Border affairs, trials, murders, &c., 590, 591; Council of the North to, Scottish pledges' escape and re-capture (16th March), 5912; Bishop of Durham to, his life threatened, &c.(3rd April), 599; Sir R. Carey to (4th), ib.; Willoughby to, in replywill send Captain Boyerproposal by Scotsman of note (5th), ib., 600; Sir R. Carey to, for Woodrington and Fenwick's release (13th), 600; themselves to, from Alnwick, for same, ib.; R. Lowther to (14th), ib., 601; Sir W. Bowes to, his close attendance since Decemberprivate law cases, &c., notwithstandingrequires 1000l. for the pay (18th April), 601; Willoughby to, for leave when absent councillors return, ib.; same to, by R. Musgraveand send him back soon (22nd April), 602; same to, the Scotsman is the Master of Glammis, ib., 603; Sir W. Bowes to, for his 1000l.and fees for late service (1st May), 603; R. Lowther to, with offer by Ellots and Armstrongs (4th), ib., 604; same to, that many gunners, &c., absent (29th), 606; enclosing Francis Duckett's letter (1st June), ib.; and for stay of Lancelot Carleton (4th), ib., 607; Willoughby to, will retrench salvos, except when needful (12th June), 607; of his taking Ashfield (13th), ib.; sending details of capturethe King's displeasure, &c. (15th), 608; (Ceicyls): Willoughby to, clouds in Edinburgh blown over (20th June), 611; Ashfield to be sent to (23rd), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, to take Thomas Musgrave's bond, or discharge him from officenames bailiff of Hexham, &c. (27th), ib., 612; Willoughby to, trouble getting escort, but sends up Ashfield (27th 28th), 612; R. Lowther toforay on Captain of BewcastleArmstrongs cease assuranceScrope's return desired (30th), 613; Willoughby to, Border quiet, asks leave to come up (3rd July), 61415; same to, thereon (13th July), 616; sends Mr Chute to (17th), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, for Thomas Rutherford (21st), ib.; Willoughby to, meetings with opposites (27th), 617; Ashfield to, for meeting, 618; Willoughby toincidents at meetings of truce (4th10th Aug.), 618; Scrope to (20th), 619; Willoughby to (25th), ib.; same to (28th), 620; Sir R. Carey to, challenge by Cesford to Woodrington, &c. (8th Sept.), 622; Willoughby to, Spanish news (12th), 623; Carey to, wishing removal (16th Sept.), 623; Emanuel Scrope to, for help (17th), ib.; Lord Scrope to, as to Kirkby's book of tenureshis leaseshis son, &c., 624; Carey to, met with Cesfordhis leave needed (23rd), ib.; Lord Burghley to, escape of two Scottish pledges from York on 27th Sept. (1st Oct.), 625; Willoughby to, on leaving (2nd Oct.), 626; Scrope toAngus and the JohnstonsGrames, &c., ib.; Sir R. Carey to, for bearer (5th), 627; Sir J. Carey toWilloughby gone (6th), ib.; Scrope to, of H. LeighBorder troubles opposite (15th), 628; same, commending Spott to Cecil (31st), 629; Sir R. CareyQueen's error on time of raidsCesford, &c. (5th Nov.), 629; Sir J. Carey to, March quietCesford commended (8th Nov.), 62930; Dean of Durham to, of Laird of Weemes' passing, &c. (17th), 630; Sir R. Carey to, successful foray on Langholmhis leave (18th Nov.), ib., 631; excusing it (21st), 631; Sir J. Carey to, English players in Scotland preached against, &c. (23rd), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, Buccleuch on road to Londondesires to kiss handsrecommended as deserved (27th), ib., 632; Sir W. Bowes to, at Warwick lane, with reasons for his absence from Berwick (7th Dec.), 6323; Sir R. Carey to, his chief estate in peril, and must come up without leave (29th Dec.), 6334; Scrope to, a foul murder near Carlisle by Carletons (26th), 634; to Sir John Careyforbears urging the Queen for more pay, &c., 635; Sir W. Bowes to, for his pay, ib.; Willoughby to, on March billsgarrison, &c., 636; same to, for an old officer (7th Jan., 1599 1600), 637; Sir R. Carey to, halts near Newcastle, till he gets leave (13th), 637; Scrope to, Border affairsno longer styled "cousin" by the King (16th), ib.; Emanuel Scrope to, in reply with earnest thanks (17th Jan. 15991600), 6378; Willoughby to, will attend him when recovered (26th), 638; Scrope to, for leave about 3rd March (7th Feb.), ib.; of a strange ship on coast (18th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, of the King's coming (19th), 639; Scrope further, as to the ship (21st), ib.; now in the Scots' hands (25th), ib.; Willoughby to, will meet the Lord Treasurerbut only in Cecil's house, 640; memorial to, for amendment of discipline in east wardenry and town of Berwick, ib., 642; Henry Leigh to, for the Queen's pardon (12th April), 643; R. Lowther to, for some horse (13th), ib., 644; Leigh to, more urgently (16th), 644; R. Lowther to, disturbances opposite (19th), ib.; William Selby, junior, to, from Topliff as to the York prisoners (25th), 646; R. Lowther to, Carmichael and Maxwell agreed, &c., 647; Sir J. Carey to, with packets, &c. (28th), ib.; H. Leigh's declaration to, of visits to Scotland, the King, Francis Dacre, &c., his innocence, 64854; Sir J. Carmichael toa question with Lowther (11th May), 654; Willoughby to, from Hackney (12th), 655; William Selby, junior, to, of Cesford's bad influence with the King on the succession, &c., ib., 656; Sir J. Carey to (17th), 656; same to, Harding's intestacy, his dealings therewith, and request for a part to meet his charges, and his daughter Ann's expenses at Court (19th), ib., 657; W. Selby, junior, to, advising in dispute for Harding's estate (26th May), 657; Sir J. Carey toGowrie's reception by Kinghis suit for Harding's estate (29th), 659; William Selby senior, to, his long due debt by R. Bowes and his son (2nd June), 659; states his bad treatment by Ralph Bowes therein, 660; R. Lowther to, met Carmichael on 12than outrage same night, &c. (14th), 661; same to, of C.'s murder the day before (17th), 662; same to, the murderers' further outrages (23rd), 6623; of messages from Herries and Newby (26th)meeting put off (29th), 663; W. Selby junior, to, of his small paythe governor's usurpations (8th July), 666; Sir R.Carey to, the late hunting referredcountry quiet (9th July), 667; R. Lowther to, of meeting Herriesthe King expected, ib.; Herries to, from Terregles, as to taking office, 668; Lowther to, of an English rode for stolen horses (11th), ib.; same to, with letter from Herries (19th July), 669; Sir J. Carey to, with thankswarning him against treasurer's acts (25th), 671; Scrope to, on the late rode for horses, &c. (26th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, for R. Musgrave (27th), 672; Sir R. Carey to, suspicious of Cesford, &c. (28th), ib.; Scrope to, theft and rescue of Thomas Salkeld's son (31st), 672; Sir R. Carey toCarmichael's murderers strongsuspects Cesford backed themurgent need of Harbottle (1st Aug.), 674; Willoughby to, the Lord Treasurer and others' interference as to Harding's estate, &c., ib., 675; Crane to, on Musgrave's "extras" (3rd), ib.; Sir John Carey to, of Gowrie and his brother'sdeaths(7th Aug.), 676; Willoughby to, from Eresby, of same (10th), ib.; narrative of, ib.; Sir J. Carey to, with a different accountthe King's proceedingstwo young Ruthvens have come in disguise (11th), 677; Scrope to, with his wardenry's petition to the Council (11th Aug.), 677; same to, of raid to Calder Moorcapture of Sandilandsthe King's jealousy of Gowrie, &c. (15th), 678; Sir J. Carey to, the King suspected by mostGowrie's sisters sent from Court, &c. (16th), 678; to Willoughby with his leavethe Queen's gracious messageforeign and Irish news, &c. (19th), 679; Bishop of Durham to, has executed his orders (20th), ib.; Willoughby to, with thankshas been illbut hopes to get on (23rd), 681; Scrope to, on behalf of one Smelt (23rd Aug.), 682; Sir J. Carey to, has advised with the young Ruthvens' tutorthe King's suspicious courses, &c. (24th), ib.; Scrope to, the King expected on the Border (29th), 683; Sir J. Carey to, open speech by preachers and commons against the King for Gowrie's death (30th), ib.; same to, has despatched the Ruthvens secretly to Durham (4th Sept.), 684; Sir R. Carey to, with full account of the affair (5th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, Sir H. Brounkar left Berwick 6th, and reached Edinburgh same nightaudience next ThursdayKing's measures with five ministers, &c. (7th Sept.), 684; Sir R. Carey to, Cesford's wish for licence to go abroad, and kiss hands, &c. (8th), 685; Scrope to, Willoughby very illJohnston's letter, &c. (10th), ib.; of one Leigh from Ireland examined by him (11th), 686; Sir J. Carey to, in reply, as to the young Ruthvensgovernor's arrival, &c. (21st), 688; Willoughby to, Cesford's urgency for his licenceadvises it (22nd Sept.), 689; Scrope to, with gentlemens', &c., petitions (4th Oct.), 692; Sir R. Carey to, Cesford's urgencyBorders quietwishes to leave, ib.; William Selby junior, to, on Cesford, &c. (5th), ib., 693; Willoughby to, Scotland disturbedharvest ona murder (8th Oct.), 693; same to, dispute on a lieutenancy in John Selby's company (13th), ib., 694; Wm. Selby and Musgrave to, on a gunner's appointment, ib.; Scrope to, wants helpweary of the place, 695; Wm. Selby junior, to, on the vacancy in his brother's company (14th Oct.), ib., 696; Captain John Selby to, thereon (15th), 696; Sir W. Bowes to, on Lord Treasurer's charges, &c. (20th), ib., 697; extracts of letters, 697; Sir R. Carey to, Scottish newsGowriefor the Isle of Wight if his brother dies (21st), 698; Willoughby to, the King desires bishopsMar's ill officesquarrels of Berwick council, ib.; William Selby to, 699; Lord Eure to, excusing his son with Sir T. Hobbieescape of two pledges (23rd), 699; Scrope to, pledges' escapethree Scots thieves hangedone, as he was busy when the King sent for him, 699; Sir R. Carey to, on behalf of Roger Woodrington (27th Oct.), 700; same to, warden meetingsthe two pledges' escape and means of counteracting it, ib., 701; William Selby to, the governor's arrogancenew titleshis deputy's doings (28th), 7012; Willoughby to, explaining his action to Lord Burghley as president of the North (29th), 703; sends him the gentleman porter's opinion and his remarks, 704; same to, of farther dissensions (30th Oct.), 706; William Selby junior, to, of Willoughby's and Bowes' malice against Musgrave, ib.; Scrope to, Irish news, 707; William Selby junior, to, of Willoughby's arbitrary doings (1st Nov.), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, with Selby's letter, &c. (2nd), ib., 708; Willoughby to, will receive his visitors dulythe porter and Musgrave gone without leave (3rd), ib.; same to, Scottish newsArgyll's return, &c. (8th), ib., 709; of arrivalreception and departure of the Viscounts of Rohan (12th), 709; to be primed on a dangerous plot for the Dacres (13th Nov.), 710; Willoughby to, with Cesford's request to the Queen (14th), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, Cesford's delayshis success at Parliament (15th), 711; Willoughby to, disputes in ScotlandGowrie's forfeiture (16th), 712; of the King of Denmark's reception of Gowrie's deathhis preparations, &c. (18th), ib.; same to, in sending Sir W. Eure up (22nd), 713; will obey his directions at Berwick, ib.; same to, Argyll and HuntlyRoxburgh envied (28th), 714; same to, in behalf of Eure (7th Dec.), 716; same, to with Johnston's letter (12th), 718; to Willoughby with the Queen's pleasureMusgrave in prison, &c. (14th Dec.), 719; Sir R. Carey to (16th), ib.; Willoughby to is very sick, but grateful to the Queen (22nd), 720; same to, Sir W. Bowes desires leave (27th), ib.; same with Bowes to, with thanks, denying charges (31st), ib., 721; Willoughby to, has stayed one R. Johnson with C.'s, passdescribes Cecil,of middle statureblack head and beard (31st Dec.), 721; Sir W. Bowes to, thanking himbut health bad and his duties unpleasant, &c., ib., 722; Willoughby and Bowes to, in defence (10th Jan. 1601), 724; William Selby to, defending MusgraveWilloughby's attempt to seize his letters, &c., 725; Willoughby to, has taken Powrie Ogilvy's letters (11th), ib.; Sir W. Bowes to on Ogilvy, 726; Sir R. Carey to, of Willoughby's taking Ogilvy in his March (12th), 727; the same to, report of Ogilvy (14th Jan.), 727; Scrope to, for leave (16th), 728; Willoughby, &c., to, for a pensioner (20th), ib.; Scrope to, ib.; Sir R. Carey to, for leave (24th), 729; by Mr Woodrington (26th), ib.; R. Musgrave to, on the deputy wardenship (27th), ib., 730; Willoughby to, on Sir R. Carey's complaint (29th), 730; of Mar's embassymessages, &c. (4th Feb.), ib., 731; Bishop of Durham to, entreating him to confer with Henry Woodrington (8th), 731; Willoughby to, delay of post with his news of Essexlearned otherwise (14th Feb.), ib., 732; Sir R. Carey to, on recusantsBishop of Durham's neglect of his proper business, ib.; Willoughby to, on proclamation, &c. (16th), ib., 733; Sir R. Carey to, on the Queen's escapeneed of care and sharp measures, 733; Scrope to, is setting out for Court, ib.; William Selby junior to, for his brother John, a follower of Essexif innocent (18th), 734; Willoughby to, Mar on his way (18th), has arrived and set out for London (22nd), 734; same to, has given John Selby's company to Guevara (26th), 735; same to, with admiration of Essexregret for his conduct and sorrow for his fate though deserved (12th March 1601), 7356; Willoughby to, Dunkirkers in force off coastwill attack them if assisted (28th March), 738; Sir R. Carey to, Powrie Ogilvy banished from Scotland (30th), 739; same to, empowered by King to attack outlaws (4th April), ib.; Willoughby to, of the Jesuits in Scotland (6th), 740; Lord Eure to, for his brother Sir William's liberty (10th), 741; Willoughby to, of his gratitudeIrish news, &c., 742; R. Lowther on his cousin T. Pickering's behalf (16th), ib.; has come to Carlisle as deputy (18th), 743; Willoughby to, of a capture by the Dunkirkers (19th April), 743; with Spanish plans on Ireland for Tyrone (26th), 744; R. Lowther to, of meetings, &c., 746; William Selby, senior, to (27th), ib.; Willoughby to, with the King and Nicolson's lettersnot satisfactory (28th), 747; William Selby to, on selling horses to Scots (9th May), 749; Sir R. Carey to, meeting with Lord Roxburgh (11th), 750; and his revenge on the Scots outlaws (13th), ib.; R. Lowther to, on a meeting with Johnston (15th), ib.; Willoughby to, with Lady Hume's letter, &c. (22nd), 751; and for leave (26th), 752; Thomas Musgrave to, for trial (29th), ib.; Sir R. Carey to, outrage at Haltwhistlehis plan to revenge itPowrie Ogilvy's letter, &c. (1st June), ib., 753; Willoughby to, Roxburgh's discontent his own leave (4th June), 753; same to, on Lady Hume's packet, &c. (9th11th), ib., 754; same to, of Sir John Carey's selling officeshis greed, &c. (18th21st), 7578; Scrope (in London) to, on his Border affairs, 758; William Selby, junior, to, Willoughby's life in peril (25th), ib.; same to, died at 3 P.M. same day, 759; John Guevara to, a pledge escaped (27th), ib.; William Selby to, thereon (28th), ib., 760; Ralph Gray to, offer to supply Willoughby's place pro tem. (1st July), 762; Sir W. Bowes to, for balance of 1000l. to make the pay (3rd), ib.; Selby to, ib.; Sir John Carey to, has just arrived (5th), 763; Lowther to, ib.; Sir R. Carey to, has taken three chief outlaws within Scotland (8th), ib., 764; acknowledges the Council's thanks (11th), 764; Sir J. Carey to, a warden indispensable, ib.; has received his patent (13th), ib.; Sir R. Carey to (15th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, the late governor's body shipped (20th), 765; R. Musgrave to (25th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to (27th), ib.; Sir R. Carey toPowrie Ogilvythe Armstrongsthe Queen's dislike to his leave, &c. (28th July), 766; Scrope to, Border bills, &c. (1st Aug.), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, Nieolson's letter, &c. (3rd10th), ib.; William Selby to, of his brother John (17th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, Nicolson's packets, &c. (18th), 768; Scrope to, of roadsKing's complaint, &c., ib.; Lord Burghley toof the pledgeshis eyesight, and young Chomley's fine (18th Aug.), 769; Sir W. Bowes tothe pay made (20th), ib., 770; Sir J. Carey to, justice from opposite (Lord Home ?) delayed by his sister's marriage (26th), 770; same to, as to Roxburgh, &c. (4th12th), 771; Scrope toBorder newsH. Leigh, Newby, &c. (17th25th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, Beltreestruce with Roxburgh, &c. (27th), 772; as to the Spaniardsadvice thereon (12th Oct.), ib.; of two Englishmen with Roxburgh (14th), ib.; Scrope to, as to James 6th, the succession, &c., for instructions (17th), 773; Sir J. Carey to, on the two Englishmen with Roxburgh (19th Oct.), 774; same to, Sir W. Reade's fithis son in the patentthe Laird of Gicht at Berwick (21st Nov.), ib., 775; same to, D. of Lennox expected (6th Dec.), 776; same to, the Duke came on 8thReade's son an adulterous bastard unfit for officeCicht's offer (17th), 776; same to, charges against T. Carr of Ford (18th), 777; Carr's speeches and evil wishes to him for Essex's downfall, 778; the accuser sent up to Cecil (8th Jan. 1602), 779; same toSir John Forster's deathReade near death, wishing his office (13th), 780; same to, on Irish news (28th Jan.), 780; same to, Mr Lopton's meetings with the King (1st Feb.), ib., 68; same to, receipt of four pledgeslicence for his son (8th), ib.; as to Haddock's hole, the prisoners, &c. (19th), ib.; of Roxburghthe pledges, &c. (24th), 782; same to, of Roxburgh's wonderful justice on a Scotsman (10th March), 783; of outrages and reprisal (17th), 784; John Musgrave to (8th May), 784; Sir J. Carey to (18th May), 7856; to Carey with Spanish and Low Country news, 786; Carey to, of the King and his son's indisposition (24th), ib.; same to, as to charge of selling companies, &c., his wife covetous like other womenhis small charge to the Queen, &c. (26th), ib., 787; same to, on same subject, 7878; Scrope to, of Musgrave's suit, 788; Sir J. Carey to, of the pledges (4th June), ib.; and on Dethicke's affair in Edinburgh (11th), ib., 789; to same, of depreciated Scottish money (27th), 789; that Mackenzie of Kintail is in Berwick (30th June), ib., 790; Scrope to, for Musgrave, 790; Sir J. Carey to, as to the young Gowries in England (6th July), ib., 791; same to, dispute on taking recognizancesHume expected (12th), 791; for Roxburgh's licenceHume coming next day (15th), ib.; Scrope to, of indent with Johnston (17th), 792; a scheme to kill Tyrone submitted to (17th), 793; Sir J. Carey to, of the Scottish money (22nd), ib.; that a French ambassador has arrived (25th July), 793; of his private reception by the King, &c., ib., 794; same to, Newcastle assise, &c. (5th Aug.), 794; to Sir J. Carey on the coinIrish newsMarshal Biron beheaded, ib.; Scrope to, dealings with Johnston (29th), 795; Sir J. Carey to, of RoxburghFrench ambassador, &c., ib.; Sir R. Carey to, commending Roxburgh to his good offices on meeting, ib., 796; Scrope to, thanks for Musgrave, 796; Mayor of Berwick to, on a fishery dispute with Scotland (1st Sept.), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, of Roxburgh's justice (10th), 797; same to, for a reminder to the Queen, when in good humour, of his pay (24th Sept.), 798; Sir R. Carey to, for leave (27th), ib.; Scrope to, with the King's letter, &c. (30th Sept.), 799; to Sir J. Carey as to the intended combat between D. Archdeacon and F. Moubray (2nd Oct.), 800; Captain W. Read commended to (4th Oct.), 801; Scrope to, on the King's demand for Rob Grame, &c. (8th), 802; same to, thereon, young ButlerJohn Musgrave's seeing the King privately (13th), 803; Sir J. Carey to, of Nicolson's letters, &c., ib.; to Scrope as to the King, Grame, &c., (16th), 804; to same, on young Butler's caseGrame's deliveryhis own lease (19th), 804; Scrope to, King's departurehangings, &c. (22nd Oct.), 805; Sir J. Carey to, F. Moubray come, his brother Lord Hunsdon's illness, &c., ib.; Scrope to, on young ButlerRob GrameMusgrave's confession, &c. (24th Oct.), 806; sending the Grames' petition for the three outlaws (27th), ib.; to Scrope, that the King should get Grame as desiredyoung Butler's case, &c. (29th), 807; Sir J. Carey to, that both champions in Berwickon his own affairs, poor paybut will serve though a beggar, &c. (31st), ib., 808; same to, Lord Hume has received the two combatters for escort to Edinburgh (5th Nov.), 808; Scrope to, the King must hang Grame, if he gets himCarey will take Butlerwishes leave up (6th Nov.), 808; Sir J. Carey to, to send Butlerdisposal of the combatters in Edinburgh, &c. (10th), 809; to Carey to receive, and Scrope to send Butler (14th), ib.; Carey to, that Skinner must return to his charge, if others do not (15th), ib.; to Carey, to send Skinner up under escort (16th), 810; Carey to, Skinner not yet comeadvice as to himpraying interest if his brother dies (23rd Nov.), 81011; Scrope toon his leavethe offer for Tyrone's head, &c. (26th), 811; of a reprisalchief outlaw slain (29th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, Skinner come, also Butlersecret meetings near Berwick, 812; same to, has sent Skinner uphis demeanour, &c. (1st Dec.), ib.; Scrope to, has hanged six thievesnote of offences, &c., 813; Sir J. Carey to, motion for C. Armorer (11th), ib., 813; Scrope to, Grame stayed, &c. (17th Dec.), 814; Sir J. Carey to, disclaims Skinnercontests the Queen's dealing with his offices (21st Dec.), 814; same to, trusts his mortal enemy Jackson gets none (26th), ib.; Scrope to, of H. Leigh's disguise, 815; of the Grames' ill deeds, &c. (Jan. 1603), ib.; in answer to the King's complaints (4th Jan.), ib.; Scrope tostarting for London, &c. (10th Jan. 1603), 817; Sir John Carey to, contesting the Queen's disposal of Skynner's office of chamberlain (13th), 818; Scrope to, the Queen's leave received, &c. (17th), ib.; Sir J. Carey to, Butler weary of Berwick (23rd Feb.), 819; to Mr Attkeson, 822.

Cecil, Sir Thomas: at Bolton hunting with Scrope (Aug.), 184; reported governor of Berwick, desired by John Carey (9th Oct.), 414. See Burghley, Thomas lord.

"Cecill," one named: sought for by Scrope, 23.

Cesford, Laird of: report of his taking the King (31st Jan. 159495), 12; contradicted (3rd Feb.), ib.; young Lord Glammis' marriage to his sister crossed by Mar, 31; backs the Queen of Scots (13th June), 36; his foul outrage at Wooler (Lammas 1594), 36; attempt to murder the Storyes, unchallenged (9th June 1595), 36; reasons of their feud, by Carey (2nd July), 38; Cesford's bloody threats, ib.; his March curtailed, 80; his men spoil Rugley twice, 97, 99; murder by himself, 99; delays redress, ib.; spoils in Cookdale by, 105; rides in force to Edinburgh (12th Feb. 159596), 107; his feud with Turnbulls, ib.; made a Privy Councillor, &c. (10th March), 112; inclined to hold trucemight be gained to the Queen, 12930; troubles the East March to Carey's anger, 137; to meet Eure on 20th July, 138, 143; carey's bad opinion of him (3rd July), 147; murder by, ib.; spoils by his people, ib.; retaliation within 1 miles of his gates, 150; complaint of him to the King (15th), 152; and note of spoils, 154; is ordered to give and take redress, 158; murders by, 162, 165; in kindness with Eure, not with Sir R. Carey (2nd Aug.), 166; J. Carey's account of his insolent revenges, 167; resolves bloody revenge against East March (19th), 174; Eure's meetingdisorderand bad opinion of his character, 175; his feud with Buccleuch to be stirred uphis character (23rd Aug.), 178; has met Eure (28th), 179; who advises pleasing him, 180; to Eure, of his releasing his man Young (29th), ib.; his roll of inroads on his March and himself, 1812; Eure's account of his outrage at Swinburne Castle on the Woodringtons, &c., on 27th (3rd Sept.), 184; assures with Hume and Johnston to annoy Carey and Eure (7th), 185; styled "this wicked man" (9th), 186; his doings at Swinburne, sounding trumpet, &c., 187; Burne, his favourite, taken by Sir R. Carey (14th Sept.), 188; and hanged at Berwick (17th), 189, 190; his bloody threats of revenge, 190; and attempts thereto about Norham in person (19th), 191; in Edinburgh, Bowes says to be reproved (4th Nov.), 212; pursues only the lives of Selbys in revengegets notice of Captain Selby's letters, &c., 213; upheld at Court against Bothwellwishes to meet Selbyhopes of his dismissal, 214; reported making rope ladders secretly to attack Berwick (9th), 216; his kinsman on the commission (15th), 219; keeps Roger Woodrington still prisoner (28th), 224; Roger Woodrington demanded from (30th Nov.), 226; Eure fears a sudden blow from (12th Dec.), 227; his "invasion" question, ib.; gives no justice on Middle March (31st), 230; his hostile "invasion" formally charged by the commissioners of England and acknowledged by those of Scotland (17th Jan. 159697), 236, 237; definition of an "invasion," 238; styled one of the two firebrands of the Border (19th Jan.), ib.; his question greatly perplexes the English commissioners (24th), 239; guilty of sixteen murderscost of his inroadsnot yet 30 years old, 2423; the King's attempt to justify him to Bowes' demand for redress (31st Jan.), 244; pretends sickness, and gets protection against Wedderburn for a murder, 245; his delivery for Swinburne Castle demanded (1st Feb.), 246; the Queen's instruction thereonbut he prevails with the King and Council (2nd), 247; is fyled therefor by the commission, 248; his evasions for his Eslington offence, ib.; his sister Bucclench's wife, and is fast friends with B., 255; his extraordinary favour at Court instead of imprisonment (10th), 255; should be imprisoned and turned out of office, Bowes thinks, 256; his invasion discussed by commissioners (17th Feb.), 258; withdrawn from them and reserved to the Queen, ib.; himself in great favour at Court, 259; bill fyled on, 264; at Edinburgh, his deputies meet Eure's (1st March), 273; questions on his authorityhis living in his father's lifehis grudge against Buccleuch, &c., 274; puts off meeting Eure (10th), 277; his offence reserved to the Queen, 278; careless though his deputy were hanged (14th), 281; his aversion to delivery of pledges, 2823; question of his own, 283; his quarrel with Wedderburnethe King's supportand conference with him, &c., at Dumfrieshis reputation enhanced (17th April), 298; his chief follower heads road at Killam, 302; absents himself from Carlisle meeting (20th), 303; adventurous and desperate, 304; delivery to be pressed on the King (27th April), 307; Sir W. Bowes' notes to be laid against him (2nd May), 314; his removal very doubtful (7th), 320; scant of horses (5th June), 336; horses bought for, in Yorkshire, by Eure's people, 338; denied, 339; his pledges' names, 350; at Norham with themdiscussion with Hume, and refusal to deliver them (25th June), 3501; the "arch bloody enemy," taken secretly to Toplif to buy a horse, by Eure's officers, 353; his conduct at Norham discussed, 354; Bothwell's scheme to blow him up in Halliden, 360; Eure's offer to bring his head to Elizabeth, ib.; at Hume Castle (19th July,) 362; Johnston's affray on his people and Drumlanrig, 370; meets Eure and makes secret offers to the Queen (1st Aug.), 376; details of his "overture" sent by Eure to Cecil for the Queen's own ear, and speedy reply (28th), 384; Eure's opinion of his influence at Court and on the Border, 385; is obeying the King's orders as to pledges (16th Aug.), 390; his secret convoy to Toplif by Mansfield, 397; his visit to Toplif, in disguise as a serving manseen at the table head, addressed as "my lord," 405; his gesture thereon, ib.; to enter his pledges or himself at Norham ford (26th Sept.), 406; the King's desire on his behalf, 407; at Norham, where six of his pledges awanting, and day spent in conferences (30th), 409; Bowes' report of conference with himhis hesitation, &c., 41112; a most subtle shifter, 413; accused of scheme to break up meeting at Norham on 8th for delivery of his pledges (9th Oct.), 415, and rides off, 416; at Norham fordlate arrival with pledges, and tumult raised (8th Oct.), 41718; at gate of Berwick, to confer, but meeting refused by Bowes (9th), 41920; Bowes' hopes to get him by Lord Hume (11th), 421; Hume's excuses for him (14th), 422; Burghley's opinion (15th), 423; place for his custody on entering, 424; Hume displeased at his rejection at Berwick, ib., 425; Bowes' account of his conduct, 426; his Toplif expedition, 429; Bowes' demand for his delivery (20th), 430, 431; his doubt whether to enter himself or pledges (23rd Oct.), 433; the former to be pressed (24th), 435; schemes against it, &c. (26th), 4367; Bowes thereon (31st), 4389; keeps his people in hand (17th Nov.), 453; Buccleuch's letter to (11th), 462: his reply (13th), ib., 463; Bucclench's rejoinder (24th), 463; his houses, Cesford and Haliden, 471; his secret journey to Topliff, strange meeting with Eure at Harbottle, 477; a Border bloodsucker, 478; Eure's attempt to make him friendly with Woodringtonhis insolence at Stawfordassault on Swinburne, &c., 47980; his quarrel with Buccleuch (12th Dec.), 484; Hume's love for him, 489; keeps back the pledges, 490; sends verbal challenge to Buccleuch by the Master of Orkney (26th), 491; his evil career on the March, 495; Buccleuch's labours at Court against him by his friends (4th Jan. 159798), 496; King's order as to his delivery, &c. (4th Jan. 159798), 497; his "good words" to Nicolson in Edinburgh (21st), 503; agreement for himself or pledges (4th Feb.), 509; his dealing suspected by Bowes (5th), 510; question of his brother's delivery (6th), 511; delivered to Sir R. Carey by Lord Hume (14th Feb.), 513; is in Berwick, 514; removal to York advised, 515; his conference with Bowes and large promises to Elizabeth (18th), 515; the King's chief champion against Bothwell, 516; reconciles himself with the two Careys (19th), 517; his removal to York ordered (27th), 518; attests George Kerr's loyalty (7th March), 522; is entered for the pledges of E. and W. Teviotdale (2nd April), 528; meets Lord Willoughby and deputy near Norham, and delivers his pledges (3rd June), 5345; to Willoughby of his good-will (4th), 536; his thirteen pledges sent to York Castle (19th22nd June), 541; "beggarly fellows," their names, ib.; his requests to the Queen for them, 5434; tells the King Willoughby's confidences (5th Sept.), 559; tries the Redesdale hunting fray at Jedburgh (9th Sept.), 55960; to meet Sir R. Carey at Cocklaw on 19th Sept., 561; their meeting near Wark on 12th, and Cocklaw, and difference at both on the mannerconference alone, &c. (19th), 563; his people's remark on his ancestor's death at such a meeting, 564; Sir W. Bowes' opinion (10th Oct.), ib., 565; his greatgrandfather, Sir Robert K., slain, ib.; does great justice with Willoughby (18th), 570; an under devil enriched by Bothwell's plumes, &c., 583; stirs the King in the hunting affray (31st Jan. 159899), 586; his bloody deeds recapitulated, 590; the pledges' promise for, to Canby, 593, 595; schemes their escape, ib., 596; his designs for incursions (18th May), 605; is letting loose his thieves on the Middle March (26th May), 606; Willoughby's report of him (15th June), 608; intercepted letters to, ib.; Willoughby to, regarding Ashfield (15th June), 610; to Willoughby "officiously" (20th), 611; meets Willoughby for justicetheir conversation, &c. (10th Aug.), 6189; his offers for the Queen's service, his character, &c., discussed by Sir W. Bowes with the Council (Sept.), 621; gives Carey no redressquarrels with and challenges Henry Woodrington (8th Sept.), 622; letters between them (4th5th Sept.), ib., 623; meets Carey (on 25th Sept.), 624; his extraordinary justice with Willoughby (2nd Oct.), 626; and with Sir R. Carey, who doubts his motive (8th), 627, 628; now a suppressor, not protector of thieves (5th Nov.), 629; an altered man, should be commended by the Queen (8th), 630; still does justice (23rd), 631; excuses delay to Willoughby's deputyis "great" with the King, &c. (29th), 632; to Willoughby in London (26th Jan. 15991600), 638; King comes to, at Halliden (23rd Feb.), 639; to Sir R. Carey for a trader (10th April), 643; great plots againstand is gone to Court (22nd), 645; his labour for release of his pledges, 646; his attempts to make a party for the Kingstories of Elizabeth's failing health, &c., 6556; bad advice to the King (9th July), 667; evades meeting Careyhis design to entrap him (28th), 672; Carmichael his chief opponent"his horns now short,"means to take some Englishmen of note (1st Aug.), 674; meets Careyasks Queen's licence to go through Englanddesires to kiss her hands, &c. (8th Sept.), 685; his haste to see Willoughby, weary on arrivaltheir meetingshis wish for leave through England (22nd Sept.), 689; urgent messages to Sir R. Carey for licence (4th Oct.), 692; his object to discredit Fernehirst, if his successor (5th), 693; his promise to meet Sir R. Carey in ten days (27th), 700; in great favourhis journey stayed (2nd Nov.), 708; Willoughby recommends his offers to Elizabeth to preserve order, &c. (14th), 711; Bothwell's lands confirmed to him, and in great favour (15th), ib.; now Lord Roxburgh, is greatly envied (28th), 714; to Scrope, of unredressed offences by Grames (7th Dec.), 716; Scrope to, in answer (10th), 717. See Roxburgh, Lord.

Cesford, old Laird of: fyles bill, 264; manner of meeting Sir John Selby, 564. See Carr, Sir William.

Challoner, Sir Thomas: temp. Edw. 6th, 100.

Chalmot, Captain, of Rochelle: 681.

Chamber, William, of Wolstie Castle: to Scrope of strange ship on coast there (15th Feb. 1600), 6389.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Hunsdon, Lord.

Chancellor of Scotland: to have been put down (Jan. 159495), 11; made friends, and kisses Queen of Scots' hands (13th Feb.), 15; his device for the prince's custody, 21; reconciled with Mar by the King (8th April), 25; royal visit to him at Lawder projected, 30; Lord Glammis' marriage to his niece crossed by Mar (10th May), 30, 31; backs Queen Anne against the King (13th June), 36; his hatred to Mar, ib.; sick and prayed for in Edinburgh (12th Sept.), 55; is dead (3rd Oct.), 59; the King keeps his office (17th), 61.

Charleton, Christofer: sues for Lyonell C.'s and his own pardon at Court, 97; to be deceived, ib.
-, Edward, of Hesleside: juror, 132; muskets, &c., delivered to (1591), 221; plaintiff, 309; 339, 755.
-, Edw.: horseman, 78.
-, Gibbie, of the Boughthill: to be delivered to Buccleuch, 96; fyles Buccleuch for murder of C.'s, 263; Tynedale pledge, 350.
-, Isabell, of Boughthill: plaintiff, 309.
-, John, of the Bower: a great thief, retained by Eure, 338; Eure's account of his acquittal at a Warden Courthis careerhis wife an Armstrong of Williava, &c., 33940; 352; a notorious felon, 405.
-, Lyonell, of Thornburghe: a notable thief, in Durham gaol, 97; Eure opposes his suit for pardon, ib.; escapes from gaol (8th Feb. 159596), 105; outlawed felon, received by Eure and sent to Yorkshire for horses for Cesford, 338; denied, was imprisoned, escaped, and sought the Scots, &c., 339; 352, 397.
-, Mat., of Ellingham rig: bill on Liddesdale, 309.
-, Thomas, laird of Howkupp: a great thief, escapes from Durham gaol, 105; Laird of Hawcop: fugitive reset by Eure, 338; sent to jail by him, but escaped, 340.
-, South: raid and murder at, 213.

Charletons, the: feud with Buccleuch, 36; four killed at Bowghthill (6th June), 36; reasons for their quarrel, 38; two: Queen's servants, 97; of Tynedale: Bucclench's murder of, 99; Forster's award on their blood feuds with Scotland (1st March 158586), 111; reprisal in Liddesdale, 118.

Charter, John, of Emsfield: raid on, 308.

Chater, John: 79.

"Cheapesyd": 111.

"Cheat bread": a soldier's ration, 27.

Chesholme, George: herd to Cesford, slain, 182; for guiding him to Wooler, 197.

Cheswycke: assessed for a wreck, 820.

Cheveley, the Flower of: plump watch at, 452.

Chevington: muster of, 78,West, defects, 79; bailiff of: watch by, 452.

Cheviot (Chiveat) hill: the March from, to Kirsop, 20 miles, 46971; tempestuous, country about, sunless, compared to Hell, 718.

Chichester, Bishop of: Alexander (?) temp. Hen. 6th, 100; Lord Privy Seal, ib.

Chillingham, lands of: rental 300l., 401; in Middle March, 821.

"Chingles," the (Armstrongs): at Kinmont's rescue, 122.

Chipchase: the late Mr Heron's, void, his son an infant, and widow re-married (Feb. 159596), 107; horsemen for, 113.

Chirton: defects of, 79.

Chomley, young: in Essex's tumulthis fine too heavy, 769.

Chopewell wood: timber for Berwick from, 61; timber stolen from, 67; 40 tons needed at Berwick (1st Nov.), 67; timber required from (7th Dec.), 83; 100 tons for Norham, 92; some required for Berwick bridge (18th Jan. 159596), 96; timber cut for Berwick bridge (1596) lies rotting (15th Feb. 15967), 256; the Queen's timber in, wasted, 365; destruction of oaks to be stopped (4th June), 535.

Chrakropp: mustered, 558.

"Christie, Armstranges," &c.: raid by, 199.

Christmas: solemnities usual at, 223; the Scots do not observe it, and protracting meeting of commission till aftera pretence (15th Dec.), 227.

Chute, Mr: charged with commotion at Ashfield's taking, &c., sent up by sea (17th July), 616; Sir Edward C., 616.

Cinque ports, Lord Warden of: "a goodly fair young man," 721.

Claborne (Clayborne), Thomas, of Lynn: 5, 53.

Claiden, Owen: offences charged on, 10.

Clapperton, Master Samuel: scholar, passport to, 679.

Clarence, House of: whence Lord Huntingdon comes, far off the crown and weak in purse, &c., 1034.

Clarkson, Jo.: 75.

Clavering, Robert: named for Middle March, 100; holds sessions at Hexham, 119; to take musters, &c., 132; left for dead in a Scots fray near Aluwick (28th Aug.), 180, 187; Eure's deputy, 273; attends Eure to Norham ford (29th Sept.), 409, 411; at meeting also on 8th Oct., 41516, 418; sent with safe conduct, &c., for Lord Hume (14th Feb.), 513; was at Edinburgh with Sir W. Bowes, 516.

Clavering, Thomas, of Norham: charged for wrecking a Scots ship (156074), 820.

Clay, Jo.: 74.

Cleeborne, Mr Thomas: on R. Lowther, 468; nearly lost his cattle, ib.; his tenants slain, 815.

Clement , the, of Wells: 12.

Clennell: muster of, 76.
-, Laird of: bill on, referred, 346.
-, Andrew: &c., menace Edward Gray, 493, 506.
-, Jo.: bill on, referred, 346.
-, Mich.: 76.
-, Rob.: 76.
-, Tho.: 74.

Clennells: their Scottish blood feuds, 111.

Clergy, Scottish: onehalf suspects the otherall object to Huntly's reception (May), 321; their jars with the King (28th), 330.

Clerk (Clark), Alexander, in Wark: in fray, 181; James Johnston his "son" in raid, ib.
-, James: passport to, 22.
-, Ja.: 78.
-, John: a "fellow," and notorious papist, at Alnwick, encouraged by Lord Eure, &c., 353.
-, Richard: preacher, fee 50l., 42, 408.
-, Mr [Richard], of Lynn: 5; Vernon's debt to, 372, 374.
-, Thomas, Berwick: to receive stores, 27, 129; note of stores, 279, 373.
-, one Thomas: a wealthy man, answers at day truce, 567.
-, Will. (2): 78.
-, Will.: passport for, 636.

Clerk Register, the: &c., sent to Robert Bowes, 244.

"Clerks": six, saved by their clergy at Hexham assises, 119.

Clifton field: muster of light horse at (24th Nov.), 73, 7779.

Clopton, Mr: (receiver) dwells at Barney Castle, 96, 212; Will.: receiver of the North, non-resident in Bishopric, 234; more in Lancaster or Warwick, ib.; to Burghley from Sledwichhas paid commissioners' fees (20th June), 349; his signet, ib.; pays commissioners' fees (3rd Sept.), 394, 408.

Closborne, Laird of: bill on "Mote," 309; with the King at Newby (24th Nov.), 464.

Clousgil holm: in landsergeant's fee, 558.

Cluny (Cloynny), Gordon of: 15.

Cobham, W.: at Council, 294.

Cocker, the fishing of: 822.

Cockermouth sessions: Scrope's return desired at, 500.

Cocklaw: Forster's disaster at, 101; meetings at, 179, 180, 184; a warning, 416; a passage to Redesdale, 469;hill, 470; Carey and Cesford meet at (19th Sept.), 561, 563.

Cokpoule: Laird of Carmichael at, 127; Laird of: keeps the bastard child of Richard Lowther's daughter, 482; is at Newby with the King (24th Nov.), 464; elder: an assiser, 751; younger: assiser, 751.

Cod: "Wardhouse" and "Shetland," at Hull, 5; at Berwick, "Island" and "Wardhouse," 12.

Coiner: one working in Braconhill tower and the mill, 141.

Coldinghame bay: 523; Dunkirkers lie at 661.

Cole, Mr Anthony, of Hull: 512.

Coleman, one, a victualler: 54.

Colledge, the (Carlisle): 822.

Collingbancke: waste, 558.

Collington, near Edinburgh, H. Leigh sees James 6th hunting at, 652; returns to, and stays four days at, 653.

Collingwood, Sir Cuthbert: his tenants, 76; is named to Bowes, 85; confers with Cesford for Eure (22nd Dec.),ib.; commissioner for treaty, 100; was taken at the Readswyre, 101; has privately abandoned Eslington for the Bishopric (18th Feb. 159596), 106; his son a recusant lives at E., ib.; deputy warden, resigns and leaves Middle March (2nd July), 145; for killing a Burne, seventeen of his tenants killed and himself driven to the Bishopric, 18990; buried (29th Dec. 1596), newly appointed sheriff, 232; Buccleuch and Cesford's former outrage on, without quarrel, 242; thirty-five of his name murdered since by the Burnes and Youngs for one slain by chance, 243.
-, Cuth.: light horseman, 76, 77.
-, Edw.: 76.
-, Gawen: 74.
-, Henry, of Etell: fyled, 345.
-, young Henry: garrison horseman, discharged at assise, 794.
-, Izack, shipmaster, Lynn: 292.
-, Jo., of Cimiston: fyled, 346.
-, John, of Lynn: 5, 23.
-, Roger: 74.
-, Thomas, of Eslington: juror, 132; fyles bill, 264; 756.

Collingwoods: intermarry with E. Tevidale Halls, 102; Burghley's notes on, 214.

Colloppe, John: t. 80, born in Hertfordshire, pensioner, 540; complaint against Bowes, and answer, 697.

Colmore, Clement, LL.D.: commissioner in Forster's matter, 66; receives his rolls, &c., for new warden (29th Nov.), 80; 85, 100, 102, 193; commissioner on Border causes (2nd Oct.), 199; packet to, from Burghley, 200; to receive notice from Durham (14th), 203; notice to (29th Oct.), 209; to Burghley (9th Nov.), 216; attending at Auckland for the Scots (15th), 219; 236, 237, 239, 247, 259, 262; his fee 50l., 270; 275, 276, 277; at Carlisle (29th April), 310; (4th May) 315; signs treaties (5th), 31617; to Burghley, final report (7th), 320; his allowance at Carlisle, 326; 329; his fee paid (20th June), 349; his fee (3rd Sept.), 394.

Colville, Captain James: passport to, 781.
-, James, of Easter Wemyss: passport to, 781.
-, James: passport to, 780.
-, Mr John: takes Hercules Steward, 13; promised Hercules Steward his life, 17; (Calvyn, Caulvyn), in favour with the King, but afraid of the chancellor (20th March), 21; in the abbey, and his wife at Leith, ib.; has a remission and attends Court (3rd April), 25; (Colvyn), Mr John: ships at Yarmouth for Low Countries (c. July 1st), 360; to press the States for aid against England, with threats, 364; his kissing Elizabeth's hands angers the King, 538; James's anger at, for proving him a bastard, 650.
-, William: passport to, 781.

Commission, the Great Ecclesiastical: renewed, but dissatisfies Bishop of Durham (3rd Oct.), 200.

Commissioners, the English: to the Council (17th Feb.), 258; to Burghley acknowledging correction as to Cesford, &c., ib., 259; charged with Scrope's reprisal, their answers, arguments, &c., ib., 260; joint deliverance on pledges (18th), 261; five fugitives demanded from, ib., joint proclamation by (19th), 262; bills fyled by, 2624; Robert Bowes to, of audience, &c. (26th), 266; their fees paid (28th), 270; English and Scottish: articles agreed on touching pledges (16th April), 297; their meeting at Gretna Kirk, 302; their agreement as to business (19th), ib., 303; the Scottish: lodge at Widow Anderson's, Berwick, with small retinue (17th Feb.), 259; demand on, for Scrope's raid on Liddesdaletreatment of prisoners, &c., 259; answers to, arguments, &c., by English commissioners, ib., 260; joint deliverance on pledges (18th Feb.), 261; and demand for fugitive rebels, ib.; joint proclamation for adjournment, &c. (19th), 262; March bills fyled before them, 2624; Johnston to, with excuse (20th April), 305; demand the five Scottish rebels (4th May), 315; English reply to, ib.; sign treaty at Carlisle (5th May), 31617; their hurry to leave (7th), 319.

Communion: a general, at Carlisle (on Ascension day, 1597), 320.

Comyn, Symon: accredited specially to Burghley by Bishop of Durham with originals of treaty, &c. (14th May), 322; his instructions as to samecommissioners' fees, &c. (20th), 326; his handsome reward (27th), 329.

Coneygarth: muster of, 78; (Conaigree, Connygares), the: cattle, &c., driven from, 163, 167.

Constable, Sir Henry: 759.
-, Joseph, and his wife: a wicked and dangerous couple of hypocritical recusantstoo much favoured, 344.
-, Sir Robert: temp. Edw. 4th, 100.
-, Sir William: 93.
-, William: report of his knighthood, 453.
-, (Cunstabell), Captain: sent by Essex to Berwick (25th March 1598), 527.

Convention: to meet at Perth (end of Feb.), 258.

Conyers, Lord: warden of East March, 566.
-, Edw.: R. Musgrave to (9th March), 735.
-, Sir George: 93.
-, Jo., auditor: taxes victuallers' accounts of Berwick, 236; to allow money to Swift, 281; to be instructed, 313; 372, 374, 526.
-, Mr Roger: his tenants, 75; moved by John Browne for assistance, 478; a recusant, escapes the Middle March, 732.

Cooke, Jeffrey, fishmonger, West Chester: letter to, stopped at Carlisle (2nd Aug.), 43.

Cookdale ward: musters of (24th Nov.), 73 77.

Cookson (Coxson), Jerry, "the hint:" 754.
-, Mat.: 78.
-, Tom, of the Woolawe: Redesdale pledge, 350.
-, one: fights before Buccleuch, 405.

Corbett, Laird of: treats with J. Carey for stolen horses, 150; (Ja. Kerr), quits two bills, 345; tenant of Blackheddon, his sheep seized for trespassing, 401.
-, Leonard: his bill, 19; spoiled (Aug.), 183; of Orchard houses: raid on, 198.
-, Richard, esq.: 93.

Corkbye: in Gilsland barony, 446; (Corbie): house of, forced, 6867.

Cornwallis, Sir Thomas: temp. Queen Mary, 100.

Correction, house of (Durham): levy for repair, 220.

Corrie, mill of: burned, 776.

Corson, Adam, merchant, Dumfries: got letters from a doubtful Englishman at Kirkcudbright, while drinking with him, 7.
-, John: his sheep stolen, 309.

Cote, Jock of the: a famous thief and murderer, withheld from John Browne, 353; Browne's suit for him, 375; "old" Jock of the: a principal Bourne, enlarged on bond, 477.

Cottes, Gregory: passes the Border secretly, 780.

Council, the Privy: Vernon's petition to, 9; to Scrope with instructions (20th Aug.), 50; to Forster with the Queen's rebuke, 51; Scrope to, of a fray in Bewcastle (25th Dec.), 88; as to Thomas Musgrave, 95; Scrope to, against the Grames, 120; same to, of Buccleuch's rescue of Kinmont Will (14th April). 1201; scarcity at Berwick certified to, 128; Scrope to (2nd May), 129; six chief Grames sent by him to (23rd), 1312; same to, with charges of blackmail against Braconhill, &c. (11th June), 1356; articles laid before them against the Grames, 1412; Wills Jock Grame before (20th July), 150; regard the Grames too leniently (20th), 155; Scrope to, with his opinion therein, &c. (31st) 15960; Scrope disclaims asserting they favour the Grames against the truthbut sums up the proofs against them (19th Aug.), 176; Scrope to, on proposed commission (24th Sept.), 192; Sir R. Carey to (28th Sept.), 194; Eure to, his March questions, &c. (18th Oct.), 204; Scrope to, of his delay with the Grames (26th Oct.), 209; sends them (1) form of submission which he will accept and (2) of that which the Grames will yield (1st Nov.), 21012; excuses his refusal to show his munitions to Selby (9th), 216; Scrope to, urgency in Buccleuch's matter (1st Feb.), 246; the commissioners to (17th Feb.), 258; order by, for counsel's opinion on Scrope's reprisal, 261; Lancelot Carleton's petition to against Scrope, 266; Scrope to, in reply, 267; declaration to, of Carleton's delivery of their letters (26th), 268; Scrope to, for hearing in presence (28th), 269; J. Carey to, of victualler's neglect of Berwick (11th March), 279; Scrope to, with March bills, &c. (15th), 283; Border commissioners' queries to, and their replies, ib.; Scrope to, of commissioners slackness towards Carleton and the Grames (16th May), 324; rebuke William Selby for insubordination, &c., towards his superior officer Carey, and to avoid same henceforth (29th July), 371; notes of instructions to Sir W. Bowes, &c. (2nd Aug.); Selby to, denying chargesunwarranted by his fortyeight years' servicerequesting particulars and a trial (4th Aug.), 377; Scrope to, on the evidence against Carletonsending up two witnesses (9th), 379; Scrope to, of the Carletons' schemes when he entered office, &c. (28th Aug.), 386; deal too mildly with them, 387; their remedies for strengthening the Borders, 3913; fear Scrope's hard usage of the Carletons (5th Sept.), 394; the Council of York to, as to the pledges (26th Sept.), 406; two Bells petition them (18th Nov.), 454; Eure's answers before, to the charges against him (30th Nov.), 4713; John Browne's statement to, against Eure (2nd Dec.), 4779; Henry Woodrington's, to same effect, 47981; John Carey, &c., toquestions on the town's landsneed of a new church, &c. (20th Jan. 159798), 505; Willoughby to, from Berwickreporting arrivalopinion of garrison, fortifications, &c. (2nd May), 5301; same to, Sir R. Carey's forty horse mustered (28th June), 542; Willoughby to, on Holy Island ordnance (4th July), 545; Sir R. Carey to, on behalf of Woodrington and Fenwick (18th Nov.), 577; for their immediate release (11th Dec.), 581; Council at York to, with Scottish pledges' petition (17th), 582; Carey to, for Woodrington and Fenwick's release till triallatter very ill (14th Jan. 159899), 584; the same to, for liberation of Woodrington and Fenwick, &c. (20th March), 5956; Scrope to, for soldiers (20th Aug.), 619; Sir W. Bowes to, on MarchesCesford's great offers to the Queen, and his opinion thereon (Sept.), 6212; Sir R. Carey to (23rd Sept.), 625; same to, Cesford's good justice (8th Oct.), 628; Scrope to, on the West Marchdecays, remedies, &c., 6645; Willoughby to, from Greenwichcannot spare Scrope any men (5th July), 6656; petition to, by West March gentlemen for soldiers (11th Aug.), 677; representation to, of the Grames' outrages, &c. (15th Sept.), 686; Lancelot Carleton's offence presented to (25th Sept.), 689; West March gentlemen's petition to, 690; Richard Musgrave to, against Lord Willoughby's assumptions, 6945; Willoughby to, on dispute with the Council of York (29th Oct.), 7023; the mayor, &c., of Berwick to, on a prisoner's escape (29th Oct.), 705; Sir R. Carey to (15th Nov.), 711; Willoughby to, in his defence against charges (6th Dec.), 714; same to, in defence of Sir William Eure (12th), 717; Willoughby to (30th April), 748; to Willoughby for the master of ordnance, 758; Scrope to, on state of his March (Dec.), 7789; Sir J. Carey to, four Scots pledges in Haddock's hole (8th Feb. 1602), 781.

Council of the North, the: warrant to, 94; instructions by the Queen, 109; of York: required to receive twenty Scottish pledges (23rd Sept.), 400; to the Privy Council (26th Sept.), 406.
-, Scottish: overtures as to Border, 390.

Courten, John (Gilsland): spoiled, 363.

Coutherde, Andrew: slain, 300.

Coventry, "Danshier" kerseys from: stopped at Berwick, 84.

Cowan, Hob, in Hawdon: foul, 345.

"Cowdoos" (?): four stolen from Gilsland, 64.

Cowert, William, of South Charlton: raided, 148.

Cowgate bridge: in utter ruin, 28; "clear rotten," 29.

Cowherd, Margaret (2): 79.

Cowling, Cuthbert (Richmond): Browne lying wounded with (1st Nov.), 440; vintner, Richmond: deposition as to assault on John Browne, recorder of Berwick (19th Nov.), 4556.

Cowman, Rynian: slain, 300.

Crackenthrop, Mr: M.A. of Queen's, Oxford, Eure's chaplain, recommended for Simonburne (1st Sept.), 183, 187; is a B.D. also, 192; refuses Simonburne, as unfit in body, &c. (24th Oct.), 208.
-, young: marries Mr Bellingham's daughter (3rd Dec.), 483.

Craike, Tho.: writes the Ellots' bond, 334.

Crail (Crell): Dunkirkers lie in, 661.

Cramlington: muster of, 77.

Crane, John: comptroller, report on works at Berwick, 3; on musters, 4; customer's books (20th Feb. 159495), 16; survey, &c., by, 25; certifies Vernon's sufficiency, 26; necessary works, 28; to Burghley on Holy Island, 31; reports store in Berwick, 32; on needful repairs, 34; certifies musters, 39; to Burghley on stores, 40; his fee, 42; note of workmen, 49; muster, bridge in great decay, &c. (17th Oct.), 61; to Burghley on the constables' behalf, 66; as to Chopwell timber, victuals, &c., 67; to Burghley of the ordnance bursting at Holy Island, &c. (6th Dec.), 82; of the works in progress at Berwick (7th), 83; with estimate for Norham Castle, 91; muster at Berwick (13th Jan. 159596), 95; takes muster, 117; views store, 124; report to Council, 128; surveys the five gates of Berwick (10th Aug.), 172; survey of works, 194; muster, 203; report on works, 257; survey of Berwick, 273; of the gates (1st April), 288; report on victuals (6th May), 531, 533; takes muster under Willoughby (10th June), 541; 551; to Cecil (3rd Aug.), 675; 725, 751.

Cranston (Crenston), Laird of: fyles bill, 264; 755.
-, Hector: 755.
-, John: Bothwell's agent on Marches, 111.
-, Mr Thomas: rebel demanded by James 6th, 244; of Moriston: rebel demanded, 261; son of John C. of Thirlston Mains: reported at Carlisle (4th May), 315.

Craster, John: 79.

Crawe (Crowe), Herbert: robbed, 64.
-, John (Walton): blackmailed, 136.
-, Nicholas (Walton): blackmailed, 136.
-, Thomas, of the Holme, Gilsland: 761.
-, Thomas, of the Leishills: raid on, 199.

Crawforth, Robert, of Whitsome: examination of, at Morpeth (2nd March 159798), 5202.
-, (Crawford), William: passport to, 24.
-, Mr, of Berwick: 681.
-, Moor: raid on, 308.

Crawhawe, Nich.: slain, 300.

"Crest" cloth: custom on, 15.

Creswell, John: juror, Newburne, 405; watch by, 452.

Crichtoun, Lord: attainted temp. Jac. 3rd to be restored, 274; a notable factions papist (19th Dec.), 86.

Crispe, Jo. (3): 74, 77.

Crissope, Christofer: 76.

Croft bridge (Durham): levy for repair, 220; twenty Scottish pledges to be received at (2nd Oct.), 400.

Crofton, George: 456.

Cromewell, Thomas, esquire: secretary to Hen. 8th, 100.

Croser, Clement: robberies by, 64.
-, Clemmy "the clashe": "foul," 309.
-, "Whitlipps" Jame: defendant, 310.
-, John: thefts by, 64.
-, Quintins Hob: robbery by, 64.
-, Will "greathead": robbery by, 64.

Crosers: their English blood feuds, 111; foray in Gilsland, 168.

Crown of England: Dolman's book on, given to James 6th, much discontented therewithhis succession rejected by Hen. 8th, and best right in the Infanta of Spain, 103, 104.

Crowne , the (Penrith): King of Scots' health drunk in, 746.

Cruikbaine, Geo: Scrope's servant, 464, 466, 500.

Cruked cleuch: Middle March, 559.

Crummey, Captain: passport for, 547.

Cubbage, one: prisoner, York, 594.

Cullerton, Little: defects of, 79.

Culley, James: passport for, 636.

Cumberland, Earl of (George): 644; young Dacre's letter to his sisters, inclosed to, 652; James 6th inquires of him (Sept. 1599), 654; Salkeld, his deputy sheriff of Westmorland, 672; his followers plot for Francis Dacre, 710.

Cumrewe: mustered, 557.

Cumwhitton, manor of: customary tenant in, 134; mustered, 557; robbed, 687.

Cuningham, Tho., of Tweedmouth: fyles bill, 345.
-, Thomas: factor Campheere, passport to, 643.

Cups , the Three, Broad Street, London: 681.

Currer, James: 754.

Curwen, Christofer: &c., petition the Council, 690.
-, Nicholas: reports on Holme Coltram tenants, 235; to advise Scrope's deputy (22nd Sept.), 400; juror, 276, 312; at a marriage (3rd Dec.), 483; 639; &c., present Lancelot Carleton, 609; petition the Council, 690; 734; assiser, 750.
-, Mr: letters brought to, by Scotsman, 2; 23.

Customer of Berwick. See Harding, John.

Cuthbert, Wil.: horseman, 542.

Cutter, Widow: 79.