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Pages 415-419

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 21, 1609-1612. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1970.

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Eagle, The, of Ribble [ton]
-, laden with calf-skins and Yorkshire kerseys for La Rochelle, 253

Eard or Clayford, co. Kent
-, parsonage of, 342

Eastcotte, George, a Bridgwater merchant
-, captured by pirates, 214

Eastemstead. See Easthampstead

Easthampstead Park (Esomstedd, Eastemstead), co. Berks.
-, sale of trees in, 59
-, letter dated from, 235

East India Company (Dutch)
-, Hudson sent to discover NorthEast passage by, 152

East India Company (English)
-, granted monopoly of import of pepper, 154

East Indies
-, 4, 19
-, reasons for Spanish concessions to Dutch in trade with, 27
-, effect of price of silver on the trade of, 124
-, expansion of English shipping resulting from trade with, 154
-, Turks import goods from, 325

Easton. See Easton, Peter

Easton, Peter, English pirate
-, arrives in Ireland, 308
-, pardoned by King, 308, 309, 319

Eaton, co. Bedford
-, rectory and advowson of, 328

Eccleston, Edward, of Eccleston, co. Lancs.
-, alleged to be recusant, 296

Edgecombe, Peter. See Edgecumbe, Peter

Edgecumbe (Edgecombe), Peter, of Mount Edgecumbe, co. Cornwall
-, his death mentioned, 10, 11

Edgeley, William
-, presents Anne Walliston for recusancy, 232

Edinburgh (Edinbrough), Scotland
-, letters dated from, 31, 169
-, complaint against master of Dutch ship by merchant of, 361

Edmond, Mr.
-, replaced by Dyos, 150

Edmondes, Clement, Clerk of the Privy Council
-, granted goods and property of recusants, 250

Edmondes, Sir Thomas, English Ambassador to Brussels, later Ambassador to France
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 2, 4, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18, 21, 27, 34, 36, 42, 45, 51(2), 54, 56, 60, 68, 71, 80, 85, 86, 88, 100, 114, 117, 222, 278, 309
-, orders Captain Gray to send confidential report to Earl of Salisbury, 7
-, receives copy of King's answer to Giron's request for simple truce with States General, 13
-, to intervene on behalf of Hoens, 19
-, Margrave of Brandenburg's request concerning, 20
-, asked by Privy Council to favour Alberz, 20
-, offers reasons for East Indies trade concessions by Spain to Dutch, 27
-, letter to Earl of Northampton, 42
-, 48, 54, 92, 97, 113, 126, 136, 327
-, to be employed in France, 51
-, to present King's book to Archduke, 64
-, recalled from Brussels, 64
-, granted leave to go to Spain, 72
-, refuses to attend audience with Archdukes, 80
-, letter to King, 85
-, recommends Colonel Patton for King's pardon, 85
-, discusses Spanish policy towards England, 87
-, refers to new developments at Jlich and their possible effects on Franco-Spanish relations, 88
-, receives instructions how to prevent Flemish aid to Tyrone, 97
-, one of his primary tasks as ambassador, 98
-, Earl of Salisbury to convey special instructions from King to, 98
-, discusses affairs of Cleves with Cardonne and Spinola, 100
-, expresses his views on the question of Cleves to Richardot, 114
-, obtains confidential information from French Ambassador, 117
-, presents his letters of revocation to Archduke, 117
-, requests payment of salary, 278
-, his views on projected dynastic marriages between France and Spain, 309, 310
-, instructions to, 341

Edney, Walter, deceased, late Undertaker at Clogher, co. Tyrone, Ireland
-, his pension given to Hope, 347

Edwards, John, of Chirk, co. Denbigh
-, alleged to be recusant, 316

Egerton, Sir Thomas, Baron Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 13, 28, 129, 135, 138, 227
-, signs Privy Council directives on cloth trade, 44, 56
-, 56, 59, 82, 84, 92, 136, 172, 195, 208
-, criticised by Elizabeth Throckmorton, 84
-, compares himself with Diogenes, 138
-, signs Privy Council letter on transportation of corn, 211
-, 230, 235, 254, 255, 269, 274, 286, 293, 294, 299, 320, 327, 349, 361
-, to issue writs for the burning of Legate and Wightman, 294, 389

Elbing [W. Prussia, Germany]
-, English Company of, 2, 3

Eldred, John, of St. Michael Bassingshall, London, merchant and Alderman
-, grants to, 329, 330

Elizabeth I, Queen of England
-, reference to, 5, 14, 19, 24, 42, 43, 55(2), 57, 58, 75, 80, 83, 126, 162, 171, 174, 175, 180, 186, 191, 194, 224, 227, 253, 261, 299, 332, 337, 341, 347, 359

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of James I
-, in the charge of Lord Harington, 51
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 200, 276(2)
-, King of Sweden's proposal to marry, 272, 273
-, proposal of marriage between Prince of Piedmont and, 309, 344
-, rejection of marriage proposal, 343, 344, 345
-, linen, etc. for, 361

Elizabeth, Princess, daughter of Henry IV of France
-, marriage proposed between Prince of Spain and, 309, 310

Ellerton, co. Yorks.
-, letters dated from, 116, 120

Ellesworth. See Elsworth

Ellis (Ellys), William, Alderman of Bristol
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 123
-, to answer charges before Earl of Salisbury, 169

Elly, John, a preacher
-, obtains reversion of a prebend of Windsor, 316

Elmer, Bishop. See Aylmer, John

Elmsoles, Cobham, co. Kent dispute over, 364

Elphinstone, James, 1st Baron Balmerino
-, Earl of Dunbar justifies his part in the trial of, 30
-, copy of verdict against, 37
-, reference to his examination by Privy Council, 172
-, King's anger towards, 173

Elphinstone (Elphingstone), James, Gentleman Usher to the Queen, later Gentleman of the Privy Chamber
-, 179
-, letter to King, 365
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 365

Elphinstone, Michael
-, his pension bought by Proctor, 180

Elsey, John, an English merchant imprisoned in Madrid, 4

Elsworth (Ellesworth), co. Cambridge
-, 90

Eltham, co. Essex
-, 299

Elton, Richard (Elltoun, Rychard), Alderman of Portsmouth
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 191

Ely, Bishop of. See Heton, Martin

Ely House, Holborn, London
-, 116

Emperor, The. See Rudolph II

Enclosures
-, projected for King's manors, 369
-, 373

Enfield Chase, co. Middlesex
-, 151
-, parcel of Duchy of Lancaster, 221

Engelstedt, Ludolph, in the service of the King of Denmark
-, permitted to buy and transport ordnance out of England, 69, 338, 339

England
-, Duke of Rohan buys horses in, 50
-, foreign trade and financial trends cause drain of silver from, 124
-, attempt to solve question of debts between Crowns of France and, 134.
-, reference to cool relations between France and, 203
-, Anglo-Dutch defensive treaty sent by States General to, 204
-, Frenchmen bring pocket dags into, 221
-, Duke of Bouillon invited to go to, 222
-, France alarmed by frequency of couriers between Spain and, 222
-, Emperor's subjects and their goods arrested in, 225
-, King signs orders regulating trade between Scotland and, 313
-, rumours in Spain of stricter treatment of Catholics in, 333
-, Villeroy's desire to improve relations between France and, 335, 336
-, Virginia Company and colonists to benefit from lotteries in, 337
-, treaty concluded between Protestant Union of Germany and, 354
-, reference to increasing population in, 369

English,
-, alleged to be conspiring with Ralegh against Gilbert, 153

Enkhuizen (Ancusan) [N. Holland, Netherlands]
-, examination of mariners from, 209, 210

d'Entragues, Madame. See d'Entraigues

d'Entraigues (d'Entragues), Marie Touchet, Madame, favourite of Charles IX, King of France, and mother of Charles de Valois, Duc d'Angoulme
-, town and castle of Langeais bestowed upon, 105

Epenes. See Les Pennes

d'Epernon, Jean Louis de Nogaret de la Valette, Duc, Governor of Boulogne
-, his chateau at Le Petit Niort, 107
-, his house at Cadillac, 107
-, 237

Erasmus (Erasme), Desiderius
-, Viscount Cranborne refers to his statue in Rotterdam, 247

Erasmus, Peter, member of the Danish embassy to England
-, presented with gift, 260

Ersfeild, Anthony, Captain
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury informing him of Sir Francis Vere's death, 136

Ersfeilde, Sir Thomas. See Eversfield, Sir Thomas

Erskine, Thomas, 1st Viscount Fentoun
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 216, 254
-, advised by King not to accept pension from States General, 216

Erskine (Erskin), William, a Scottish parson
-, his pension bought by Grimesditch, 180

Esk (Eske), co. Cumberland
-, 67

Eske. See Esk

Esomstedd Park. See Easthampstead Park

Essex
-, Sir Thomas Mildmay appointed Deputy-Lieutenant of, 56
-, recusants in, 174, 228, 232, 296, 297
-, parks in, 308
-, woods in, 342
-, 361
-, Receiver-General for. See Davyes, Sir John

Essex, Earl of. See Devereux, Robert

Estreats, Clerk of the
-, 359

Estwick, Nicholas, Fellow of Christ's College, Cambridge
-, to appear before Earl of Salisbury for supporting Pemberton, 144

Eure, Lord. See Eure, Ralph

Eure, Ralph, 3rd Lord Eure, Lord President of the Council of Wales
-, 41
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 148
-, given leave of absence, 330

Eversfield (Ersfeilde), Sir Thomas, of Denne, co. Sussex
-, letter to Caesar, 27

Ewelme (Neweelme), co. Oxford
-, Honour of, 36, 39
-, timber for Navy from, 307

Ewens, John, of Sutton, co. Somerset
-, alleged to be recusant, 228

Ewert, Mr.
-, 200

Excether. See Exeter

Exchequer, The (English)
-, 9, 12, 41, 57, 67, 82, 153, 154, 163, 188, 198, 199, 272, 287, 295, 301, 304, 314, 315(2), 359
-, inquisitions into property of convicted recusants to be sent to, 291, 297(2)
-, defrays expenses of Shirley and of Turkish envoys, 315
-, payments by, 327, 328, 329, 331 (2), 332, 336, 338, 340, 342, 343, 346, 348, 349, (3), 350 (3), 352 (2), 357, 358, 360, (2) 361, 362 (2)
-, Auditors of, 359

Exchequer, The (Scottish)
-, 314

Exchequer, Barons of the 83, 297

Exchequer, Chancellor of the. See Caesar, Sir Julius

Exchequer, Chief Baron of the. See Tanfield, Sir Laurence

Exchequer, Court of the
-, 50, 102, 153(2), 154, 163

Exchequer, Treasurer of the. See Cecil, Robert

Exchequer, Under-Treasurer of the. See Caesar, Sir Julius

Exeter (Excether), co. Devon
-, letter endorsed by post at, 152

Exeter, Diocese of
-, 332

Exeter, Earl of. See Cecil, Thomas

Exmoor (Exmore), co. Devon
-, Forest listed as Queen's property, 185
-, Queen's manor of, 374

Eye and Dunsden (Ayr and Dunsdon), co. Oxford
-, 39

Eyemouth, Berwickshire, Scotland
-, goods conveyed by land from England to Scotland to pass through, 314

Eyre, Sir William, of Great Chalfield, co. Wilts.
-, to inquire into abuses at Bradford, 342

Eyres, Sir John, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber
-, regranted Valencia Island for plantation, 341