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Index: F

Pages 419-422

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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Fajardo, Don Luis de, Spanish naval commander
-, 369

Fane (Vane) Sir Thomas, late Lieutenant of Dover Castle
-, his pedigree, 68

Fanshawe, Sir Henry, of Ware Park, co. Herts, Remembrancer of the Exchequer
-, his New Year's gift of plate to Earl of Salisbury, 1
-, holds conference concerning King's woods, 78, 79
-, signs joint letter of Hertfordshire J.P.s to Earl of Salisbury, 128

Fanshawe, Thomas, of Jenkins, Barking, co. Essex
-, obtains reversion of office of Coroner and Attorney of King's Bench, 332

Farnham (Farneham), co. Surrey
-, letters dated from, 48, 51, 96, 99, 102(2)
-, Royal Progress at, 96
-, fire destroys King's stable and horses at, 96
-, repairs to King's house at, 102
-, complaints of the poor at, 103

Farnham Castle, co. Surrey
-, 48

Farnham Parks, co. Surrey
-, 48

Farnham Royal, co. Bucks.
-, petition from inhabitants of, 373

Faversham (Feversham), co. Kent
-, 207

Feckenham, co. Worcester
-, sale of trees in the King's forest of, 43
-, manor of, 43
-, 314

Felton, Thomas, formerly commissioner for recusants' lands
-, accused by Spiller of traducing him, 33(2)

Felton, , in the service of the Earl of Salisbury
-, complaint by King's tenants against, 13

"Fence Month"
-, reference to, 62, 67

Fenton, co. Hunts.
-, 90

Fenton, Viscount. See Erskine, Thomas

Fenton. See Fenton, Emmanuel

Fenton, Emmanuel, searcher at the port of Hull
-, involved in legal proceedings against Atkinson, 44, 55

Ferne, Sir John, of St. Gabriel Fenchurch, London
-, conveys ordnance overseas contrary to King's commission, 88

Ferrers (Ferris), Sir John, of Markyate, co. Beds.
-, commits abuses in King's woods, 178

Ferris, Sir John. See Ferrers, Sir John

Ferrour, John, of Coventry, co. Warwick
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 21

Feversham. See Faversham

Fewis. See Fews

Fews (Fewis), co. Armagh, Ireland Undertakers in, 346

Fillingham, co. Lincs.
-, letter dated from, 120

Filwood, Forest of, co. Somerset
-, 367

Finch, Mr., in the service of the Earl of Salisbury
-, conveys letter from Viscount Cranborne to Earl of Salisbury, 35

Finchfield. See Finchingfield

Finchingbroke. See Hinchingbrooke

Finchingfield (Finchfield), co. Essex
-, 174

Finet (Fynett), John, of Sowlton, co. Kent, in attendance on Viscount Cranborne
-, main points of a letter from Wilson to, 32
-, letter to Wilson, 35
-, 35, 157(3), 208, 212, 215(2), 218
-, letter to Viscount Cranborne, 301
-, mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 375

Fishenden, William
-, granted gunner's room in Tower of London, 295

Fitch, Sir Francis, of Ramsden, co. Essex
-, mentioned, 228

Fitton. See Fytton

Fitzgerald, James, prisoner in the Gatehouse
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 9

Fitzherbert, Nicholas, attainted English Catholic
-, Michell addresses himself to, 25(3)

Fitzjames, James, English Catholic
-, 256

Fitzwarren, family of reference to genealogy of, 68

Flanders, see also Low Countries
-, 4(3), 205, 311
-, projected demobilisation of troops in, 72
-, proposal to disband Irish Regiment in, 72
-, money sent from Spain to, 85, 100
-, fears in Brussels of naval action by Dutch to blockade ports of, 86
-, safe conduct granted by Sultan of Algiers to traders from, 173
-, Irish captains in, 186
-, Spinola leaving Madrid for, 334

Fleet, The, prison, London
-, New Year's gift of plate to Earl of Salisbury from Warden of, 1
-, letters dated from, 6, 7, 11
-, 56, 364
-, Lord Stafford imprisoned in, 188

Fleet Street, London
-, letter dated from, 26

Fleetwood, Sir George, of Chalfont St. Giles, co. Bucks.
-, 333

Fleetwood, Sir George, of Chalfont Newtown, Ireland
-, to be granted possession of lands, 341

Fleetwood (Fletewood), Sir William, of Ealing, co. Middlesex, Receiver-General of the Court of Wards and Liveries
-, 133

Fleming, Francis
-, granted reversion of Keepership of Calshot Castle, 350

Fleming, Sir Thomas, Chief Justice of the King's Bench
-, prevented by work from being appointed Commissioner for suits, 22
-, 49, 255, 269, 332

Flentt, Mr. See Flint, Humphrey

Fletcher, Dr. See Fletcher, Giles

Fletcher, Giles, lawyer and ambassador
-, letter to the Earl of Salisbury, 79

Flint (Flentt, Flynt), Humphrey, Keeper of the parks of Cheshunt and Theobalds, co. Herts.
-, 59, 114
-, his death, 235

Flintshire (Flint)
-, 70, 103

Florence [Italy]
-, Michell at, 25
-, 215, 293

Florence, Friar. See Mulconry, Florence

Florentinus. See Mulconry

Flores, Don Rodrigo de, a Spanish captain
-, slain at Brussels, 2

Floyre, Anne, of Stanton St. Gabriel, co. Dorset
-, alleged to be recusant, 264

Fludd (Fludde), Mr.
-, 254

Fludd, Robert, commissioner for sale of King's woods and surveyor in Wales
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 103

Flushing (Flushin, Flussingue) [Zeeland, Netherlands]
-, letter dated from, 126
-, Jeromy Tyson, a shipper of, 207
-, Viscount Cranborne to proceed to, 220
-, Viscount Cranborne visits, 248

Flussingue. See Flushing

Flynt, Mr. See Flint, Humphrey

Foliott (Folliet), Sir Henry, Keeper of the castle of Ballyshannon
-, granted the castle and lands in fee-farm, 328

Folliet, Sir Henry. See Foliott, Sir Henry

Foliejohn (Follygeon) Park, co. Berks.
-, sale of trees in, 59

Follygeon Park. See Foliejohn Park

Footes, Thomas
-, purchaser of a pension, 180

Foreigners
-, stringent regulations against employment in shipbuilding of, 357
-, not allowed to hold property, 358

Foreign Opposer, The
-, 359

Forest, Sir Anthony, of Morborne, co. Hunts.
-, mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 374

Forest, Mr.
-, 38

Fortescue, Lady. See Fortescue, Alice

Fortescue, Alice, Lady, widow of Sir John Fortescue
-, petition to [?] Earl of Salisbury, 278

Fortescue, Sir Francis, of Salden, co. Bucks.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 95
-, 278

Fortescue, Sir John, late Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
-, mentioned, 278

Fouler, Robert, yeoman, of Hockliffe, co. Beds.
-, indicted for offence of depopulation, 90

Fowerson, Ivo, member of the Corporation of Portsmouth
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 191

Fowkes (Fulkes) [? Bartholomew]
-, patentee of office of Marshal of the Exchequer, 38

Fowkes, John, Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 260

Fowler [? John], English Catholic
-, reputed to be principal distributor of Catholic books in England, 61

Framingham, Edmund, of co. Norfolk
-, indicted for offence of depopulation, 91

Framlingham, co. Suffolk
-, Earl of Suffolk granted right to hold two annual fairs at, 362

France
-, libels against Henry IV circulating in, 35
-, Willis requests renewal of licence to live in, 44
-, poor quality of English cloth jeopardises trade with, 44
-, Edmondes to be employed in, 51
-, Privy Council prolongs imposition of extra duty on English cloth exported to, 55
-, Viscount Cranborne's diary of his journey through, 104113
-, his description of strength of Huguenots in, 105, 106, 107, 108, 110
-, technical inventions in, 110
-, Imperial manoeuvres in Jlich designed to deceive, 114
-, report of disorders on frontier between Spain and, 125
-, attempts to solve question of debts between Crowns of England and, 134
-, King's desire to establish Company of merchants to trade with, 150
-, English coast infested with pirates from, 175
-, complaints of English merchants trading with, 177, 178
-, pocket dags brought into England from, 221
-, 233, 277, 366
-, inquiry into illegal export of calf-skins from Lancashire to, 257
-, King's attack on Pope in his book forfeits support of the Catholic Church in, 288
-, Viscount Cranborne's letter to a friend in, 295
-, Edmondes's views on the double marriage proposed between Spain and, 309, 310
-, Council of Spain finalising terms of agreement with, 335
-, minute on affairs relating to, 335
-, dislikes idea of dynastic marriages between England and Savoy, 345
-, Oldenbarneveldt said to be devoted to service of, 355
-, Prince of Orange sees threat to Protestantism in alliance between Spain and, 355,
-, argument advanced by Prince of Orange for support of Protestants in, 355

France, Chancellor of. See Sillery

France, King of. See Henry IV

France, Queen of. See Marie de Medici

Francfort. See Frankfurt

Francis, Sir Edward, of Petworth, co. Sussex
-, purchaser of a pension, 180

Francis, John, postmaster of Chester
-, 61

Francis, Reynold, grandfather of Margaret Gilbert
-, 324

Francke, Peter
-, purchaser of a pension, 180

Francklin, Mr. See Franklin, Edward

Frankfurt (am-Main) (Francfort) [Hesse-Nassau, Germany]
-, Viscount Cranborne stays at, 246

Franklin (Francklin), Edward, of Christ's College, Cambridge
-, recommended for a Fellowship, 193(3)

Freake (Freeke), Sir Thomas, of Iwerne Courtnay, co. Devon
-, 168

Frederick IV, Elector and Count Palatine
-, Wotton proposes to visit, 75, 76
-, 114
-, reported to favour reconciliation between Lutherans and Calvinists in Germany, 116
-, in England, 129, 130, 132
-, entertained by King at Waltham, 133

Freeke, Sir Thomas. See Freake, Sir Thomas

Freeman, Mr. See Freeman, Michael

Freeman, Martin, of East Betchworth, co. Surrey
-, grant to, 337(2)

Freeman, Michael, English Jesuit
-, imprisoned in the Gatehouse, 221

Freemantle, co. Hants.
-, King's park at, 298

Freindsbury. See Frindsbury

French, Robert, yeoman, of Knattishall, co. Suffolk
-, indicted for offence of depopulation, 91

French, Mr.
-, purchaser of a pocket dag, 221

French Language
-, Earl of Salisbury advises Lord Cranborne to avoid English company in order to learn, 123

Fresby, Humphrey, mason
-, granted lease by Lord Clifton at Buckworth, 89

Frevile (Frevill), Sir George, formerly Constable of Brancepeth Castle
-, concerned with repair of Raby Castle, 119, 136
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 134

Frias, Juan Fernandez de Velasco, Duke of, Constable of Castille
-, son born to, 16, 17, 18
-, 240
-, his return to Spain postponed, 312

Frindsbury (Freindsbury), co. Kent
-, 19

Frontignan (Ballerue Frontignan) [Hrault, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne visits baths at, 108

Fronton [Haute-Garonne, France]
-, Viscount Cranborne dines at, 107

Fulham, London
-, 19

Fulkes, Mr. See Fowkes

Fullerton, Sir James, SurveyorGeneral of the lands of the Duke of York
-, 93
-, his pension, 308

Fullwith (Fullwithe), co. Yorks.
-, sale of woods at, 56

Fulstowe [? Peregrine, of Toynton, co. Essex]
-, 221

Furniture
-, bill for, 169

Furnival's Inn, Holborn, London
-, 253

Furthoe (Furtho), Thomas, Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 198

Fusina (Lusifisine) [Italy]
-, Viscount Cranborne goes by gondola to Venice from, 243

Fynett, Mr. See Finet, John

Fytton (Fitton), Edward, of Gawsworth, Cheshire
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 206

Fytton (Fitton), Sir Edward, of Gawsworth, Cheshire
-, 206

Fytton (Fitton), Francis, uncle of Edward Fytton
-, 206