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Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 22, 1612-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1971.

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Cabellan. See Cabilla.

Cabilla (Cabellan), Cardinham, co. Cornwall, request to search for tin at, 226.
-, tin to be mined at, 254, 267.

Caddington, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Cademan (Cadyman), Thomas, physician to Queen Henrietta Maria, William and Algernon Cecil view lion in the house of, 289.

Cadiz (Cales) [Spain], reference to failure of English expedition against, 217.
-, 227.

Cadyman, Dr. See Cademan, Thomas.

Caen [Calvados, France], held by Vendme against Louis XIII, 120.
-, its government taken over by Louis XIII, 124.

Caesar, Caius Julius, Roman general and statesman, purchase of his Commentaries, 391.

Caesar, Sir John, of Hyde Hall, Sandon, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 126.
-, 188.

Caesar, Sir Julius, Master of the Rolls, 11, 51, 60, 85, 87, 131, 141, 146, 163, 177, 191, 193, 197, 200(2), 213(2), 227, 228.
-, resigns post of Custos Rotulorum of Hertfordshire, 86.
-, his opinions and verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 111.
-, in favour of referring Yelverton to King's clemency, 132.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.

Calais [Pas-de-Calais, France], Henrietta Maria to cross to England from, 198.
-, 273.

Calandrini [? Philip, merchant and financier], 247.

Caldecote (Caldecot), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Caldecott, Randulph, witnesses Earl of Pembroke's will, 416.

Caleedon [? Chalons, France], Bishop of, 360.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Callis Hagg (Callice Hagge), Greasley, co. Notts, 362(2), 369.

Caltropp, Mr [? Henry Calthroppe, barrister, of the Middle Temple, London], 253, 255, 258, 265.

Calumny, [? Edmund Calamy, Puritan preacher and writer], purchase of his Catechism, 287.

Calvert, George, Clerk of the Privy Council, later Secretary of State and 1st Baron Baltimore, involved in legal proceedings as executor of 1st Earl of Salisbury, 8.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 86, 87, 102, 115, 120, 121, 128, 129, 151, 152, 159, 165, 168, 173, 174, 203.
-, his congratulations on birth of Charles Cecil, 86.
-, 102, 118, 141, 146, 163, 167, 177, 191, 193, 197, 200(2).
-, his opinions and verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 111, 113.
-, in favour of referring Yelverton to King's clemency, 132.
-, sends a hawk to Earl of Salisbury, 151.
-, King's letter to, 153.
-, death of his wife, 165.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.

Calvin. See Colville, Robert.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge, 19, 278, 285, 286, 383, 390.
-, shellfish and fresh water fish brought to Hatfield House from, 35.
-, tenants of Brigstock pay towards maintenance of garrison at, 380.
-, sermon at Hatfield preached by Mr Walton from, 453.

Campbell, Archibald, 8th Earl of Argyle, charges of his expedition, 336.
-, his exposure of Earl of Morton in Scottish Parliament, 365, 366.
-, complies with King's views on nomination of officers of state by Scottish Privy Council, 367.
-, purchase of copy of speech by, 390.
-, 418.

Campbell, John, Lord Loudoun, opposes nomination of officers of state by Scottish Privy Council, 363.
-, his nomination by King as Treasurer of Scotland expected to be rejected by Scottish Parliament, 366.
-, Scottish Parliament agrees to his appointment as Chancellor, 367, 368.
-, nominated Commissioner of Scottish Treasury by King, 369.

Campden. See Campden House.

Campden House, near Evesham, co. Worcester, 376(2), 378.
-, King's army at, 376.
-, occupied by Royalist governor and garrison, 377.
-, Governor of. See Bard, Henry.

Campion, Mr [? William Campion, of Combwell, Goudhurst], co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.

Caninge (? Coningrey, Greasley), co. Notts, 163.

Canterbury (Cantterbery), co. Kent, letter dated from, 18.
-, Earl of Salisbury's lease of property at, 135.
-, 204.

Capell, Mistress. See Capell, Elizabeth.

Capell, Arthur, later 1st Lord Capell of Hadham, grandson of Sir Arthur Capell, of Little Hadham, co. Herts, articles concerning proposed marriage between Lady Anne Cecil and, 178.
-, Hammond presents his accounts to, 249, 252, 254, 257(2), 264, 265, 267.
-, 268(3), 287, 292, 294, 295(2), 304, 361.
-, petition to, 293.
-, lease between Pusey and, 362.
-, petition to King, 362.

Capell, Arthur, 2nd Baron Capell of Hadham, later Earl of Essex, negotiations regarding match between Earl of Northumberland's daughter and, 428, 429 and n.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 445, 446.

Capell, Sir Arthur (Arter), of Little Hadham, co. Herts, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, 87, 120, 159, 202.
-, articles of marriage contract agreed to by Earl of Salisbury and, 178.

Capell, Sir Edward, of Little Hadham, co. Herts, guest at Hatfield House, 1.

Capell, Elizabeth, wife of Arthur Capell, of Little Hadham, co. Herts, 250, 252, 253, 257, 258.

Capell, Sir Henry, of Little Hadham, co. Herts, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, 136.

Card (Carde), Edward, Mayor of Hertford, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 127.

Carelstein. See Karlstein.

Careray, Lord. See Carey, Lucius.

Carew, George, Baron Carew of Clopton, Master of the Ordnance, later Earl of Totnes, 131, 141, 163, 191, 200, 213.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 200.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 252.

Carey, Ernest, of St. John's College, Cambridge, request by Sir John Coke on behalf of, 234.

Carey, Henry, 4th Baron Hunsdon, later Viscount Rochford and Earl of Dover, 60, 84, 136, 165, 234.
-, follows Prince Charles to Spain, 168.

Carey (Carye), Sir Henry, of Aldenham, co. Herts, receives free gifts for King in Hertfordshire, 15.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 77, 136(2).
-, resigns offices, 77.
-, wishes to be elected knight of the shire for Parliament, 136.
-, comes to agreement with Sir Charles Morrison over election, 137.

Carey, Valentine, Bishop of Exeter (d. 1626), mentioned, 234.

Carey, Mr, purchases property in Somersetshire from Earl of Northumberland, 446.

Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of Wight, co. Hants, furniture conveyed from Cranborne House to, 375, 425.

Carleton, Sir Dudley, English Ambassador at the Hague, later Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, Baron Carleton of Imbercourt and Viscount Dorchester, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 78, 90.
-, intervenes on Kenithorpe's behalf, 78, 90.
-, 130, 211, 213, 228.
-, examines Felton after his assassination of Duke of Buckingham, 244.

Carleton, Dudley, English agent at the Hague, nephew of Sir Dudley Carleton, 232.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, Scottish Treaty Commissioners demand dismantling of fortifications at, 342.
-, order given for demolition of fortifications at, 364.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Hay, James.

Carlisle, Lady. See Hay, Lucy.

Carlos, Don, brother of Philip IV, King of Spain, meets Prince Charles, 171

Carmichael, Sir James, UnderTreasurer of Scotland, appointed by King as Commissioner of Scottish Treasury, 369.

Carnarvon, Lady. See Dormer, Anne Sophie.

Carnegie (Carnegy), , Scottish physician, graduate of Montpellier University, signs death certificate of Viscount Cranborne, 436.

Caron, Noel de, agent of the States General in England, 130.

Carpio, Diego Lopez de Haro, Marquis of, attends upon King of Spain, 169, 170.

Carr, Lord. See Ker, Henry.

Carr, Robert, Lord Rochester, later Earl of Somerset, 11(2).
-, implicated in the murder of Sir Thomas Overbury, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28.
-, his liaison with Countess of Essex, 20, 22.
-, his betrayal of Overbury, 20.
-, called "his precious Chief" by Overbury, 20.
-, becomes Overbury's enemy because of his "good advice", 22.
-, openly named as accomplice in Overbury's murder, 28.

Carrack, Colonel. See Croke, Unton.

Carter, Edward, delivers Portland stone from Theobalds for Earl of Salisbury's use, 416.

Carter, Francis, of Hatfield, co. Herts, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, 19 and n.
-, letter to Keighley, 82 and n.

Carter, Robert, of Hatfield, co. Herts, 19.
-, his son selected for scholar's place in St. John's College by Earl of Salisbury, 158 and n.

Carter, Robert, son of Robert Carter, of Hatfield, co. Herts, selected by Earl of Salisbury for scholar's place in St. John's College, 158 and n.

Carter, Mr. 97, 257, 258.

Carter Lane, London, 270.

Cary, Henry, 1st Viscount Falkland, Controller of the Household, 141, 146, 163.

Cary, Lucius, Lord Carye and 2nd Viscount Falkland, 300.

Carye, Sir Henry. See Carey, Sir Henry.

Casa del Campo, Madrid, house belonging to King of Spain called, 170, 171.

Cashio. See Cassio.

Cashoe. See Cassio.

Cassells, Earl of. See Kennedy, John.

Cassilis. See Kennedy, John.

Cassio (Cashoe, Cashio) hundred of, co. Herts, free gift to King from, 15(2).
-, petition to King from justices of, 138.
-, Earl of Salisbury's election directive to freeholders within, 205.
-, opposition to service amongst trained bands of, 311.

Cassome [? Caversham, co. Oxford], letter dated from, 162.

Castlehill, co. Dorset, 386.

Castleton. See Saunderson, George.

Catherine of Braganza, Queen Consort of Charles II, King of England, her voyage by sea from Portugal slowed by contrary winds, 444(2).
-, delayed in Bay of Biscay, 444.

Catholicism, establishment of theological college in Chelsea designed to counteract propagation of, 57.
-, Prince Charles's assurance to Pope of his determination not to be hostile towards, 179.

Catholics. See Roman Catholics.

Cato, Marcius Porcius, the Censor, Roman general and historian, purchase of work by, 383.

Caulfeild, Lord. See Caulfeild, Toby.

Caulfeild, Toby, 1st Lord Caulfeild, appointed commissioner to consider military assistance for Palatinate, 141.

Cautionary Towns, The, Lord Treasurer Suffolk charged with mishandling money received from surrender of, 96, 104, 111.

Cavendish, William, Earl (later Marquis, then Duke) of Newcastle, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 287, 290, 291, 292, 293.
-, 303.
-, mentioned in Goring's answers to interrogatories concerning plot against Parliament, 357.
-, proposal by conspirators that he should join army with 1000 horse, 359.
-, proposal that he should be General of the army, 359.

Cavendish, William, 3rd Earl of Devonshire, 277, 438.

Cecil, Algernon, son of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, his expenses at Westminster School, 287, 304, 322, 334.
-, Frenchman attending on, 289.
-, views lion in Dr Cademan's house, 289.
-, admitted King's scholar at Westminster School, 323.
-, at Cambridge University, 383, 390.
-, Duport doubtful about academic progress of, 394.
-, reference to minatory letter from Earl of Salisbury to, 394.
-, his improvidence in money matters, 396.
-, his portrait at Hatfield House, 431.
-, his marriage with Dorothy Neville, 434.

Cecil, Lady Anne, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, and, later, wife of Algernon Percy, 10th Earl of Northumberland, reference to her christening, 115.
-, goes to London to view tilting, 158.
-, 166.
-, marriage contract between Arthur Capell and, 378.
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216.
-, correspondence between Earls of Salisbury and Northumberland over marriage treaty between Lord Percy and, 238, 239, 240, 242.
-, articles of marriage treaty proposed by Earl of Salisbury, 240.
-, her portrait as Countess of Northumberland at Salisbury House, 252 and n.
-, death of, 292 n.

Cecil, Anne, Lady Ros or Roos, daughter of Sir Thomas Lake and wife of William Cecil, Lord Ros or Roos, charged with conspiracy against Countess of Exeter, 61 passim.
-, accuses Countess of Exeter of incest and poisoning, 66.
-, summoned to Star Chamber, 68.
-, her answer to the charges, 68 passim.

Cecil, Catherine, wife of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, 7, 34, 115, 373, 429, 430, 438, 450.
-, expecting a child, 47.
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216(4).
-, given licence to eat meat in Lent, 272.
-, buys a parrot, 426.
-, portrait painted by Lely, 429.
-, commissions portrait of Lady Sandys by Lely, 430.
-, dismisses nursery maid, 438.

Cecil, Lady Catherine, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury and, later, wife of Philip Sidney, Viscount Lisle, books for, 383.
-, 387 and n.
-, reference to her jointure upon her marriage with Viscount Lisle, 404.

Cecil, Catherine (Kett), daughter of James Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, 452, 457.

Cecil, Charles, Viscount Cranborne, son of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, Earl of Salisbury congratulated on birth of, 86 and n.
-, reference to christening of, 115.
-, his ill health, 115.
-, 166, 249(2), 252, 267, 272, 298, 319, 321, 382, 421, 432, 436, 438.
-, books supplied for, 215, 235.
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 251.
-, goes with his brother to see plays at the Globe, 264, 267, 270.
-, witnesses with his brother "dancing on ye ropes", 267.
-, present at rehearsal of a masque, 271.
-, visits Tradescant's "Antiquities", 271.
-, his Order of the Bath, 272.
-, his expenses at St. John's College, Cambridge, 285.
-, sees French and English comedy plays in London, 286.
-, his journey in France, 288, 289.
-, joined with Earl of Salisbury in new commission of LordLieutenancy, 312.
-, Privy Council's letters to, 314(2), 315, 321(2).
-, King's letters to, 315, 317.
-, privy purse expenses of, 394, 395.
-, attends Parliament, 394, 395.
-, loses wager to Russell over performance of watches, 395.
-, involved in litigation, 430.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 434.
-, dies at Montpellier, 435.
-, death certificate of, 435.
-, education of his children, 436 and n, 450(2).
-, expenses of his funeral, 438.

Cecil, Diana, Lady Cranborne, wife of Charles Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, and daughter and co-heiress of James Maxwell, Earl of Dirletoun, 360, 438, 447, 453.
-, involved in litigation, 430, 447(2).
-, her title to Tiptree Heath, 449(2).
-, letter to James, Viscount Cranborne, 455.

Cecil, Lady Diana, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, 166, 249(2).
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216.
-, her portrait at Salisbury House, 251.
-, her death and burial, 270.

Cecil, Sir Edward, later Viscount Wimbledon, son of Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, dispute between Sir John Ogle and, 85, 86.
-, quarrel between Baron de Dohna and, 118.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 127.
-, appointed commissioner to consider military assistance for Palatinate, 141.
-, 151, 167.
-, his daughters, 151.
-, his speech in House of Commons, 156.

Cecil, Edward, son of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, left a legacy, 287.
-, books, etc., for, 383, 391, 427.
-, 390, 459.
-, ill with smallpox, 391.
-, charges for board and tuition of, 391, 403, 417.
-, Frenchman attending on, 403.
-, moves to Mr Atkinson's school, 417.
-, his expenses at Cambridge University, 430, 431.
-, law student's gown made for, 431 and n.
-, expenses of his being called to the bar, 438.
-, his tutors. See Bailly, Ren; Roysagade, Mr.

Cecil, Elizabeth (d. 1597), wife of Robert, 1st Earl of Salisbury, her portraits at Salisbury House, 251, 252.

Cecil, Elizabeth, Lady Burghley, 2nd wife of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, later 2nd Earl of Exeter, 52.

Cecil, Lady Elizabeth, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, and, later, wife of William Cavendish, 3rd Earl of Devonshire, references to her christening, 115(2).
-, 166, 272, 373.
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 307 and n.
-, letter to Lady Cranborne, 438.

Cecil, Frances, Countess of Exeter, 2nd wife of Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter, conspiracy against, 61.
-, alleged to be guilty of incest and poisoning, 62.
-, accused of committing incest with Lord Ros, 66, 75.
-, accused of planning to poison Lady Ros, 66, 75.
-, 115.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 118.

Cecil, Frances, wife of John Cecil, 4th Earl of Exeter and daughter of John Manners, 8th Earl of Rutland, 439 and n.

Cecil, Henry, son of Charles Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, ill with smallpox, 438.

Cecil, James, Viscount Cranborne (d. October, 1616), reference to his christening, 34(2) and n.
-, gifts of plate at christening of, 114.

Cecil, James, Viscount Cranborne, later 3rd Earl of Salisbury, son of Charles Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, financial terms of his proposed marriage with Earl of Rutland's daughter, 439 and n.
-, 441, 455.
-, returns from Scotland, 445.
-, letters to Viscountess Cranborne, 451, 452, 456(2), 457(3).
-, serves on the Royal Charles, 452.

Cecil, Lady Jane, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, reference to her christening, 115.

Cecil, Margaret, mother of Sible Parry, 210.

Cecil, Lady Mary, daughter of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, and, later, wife of William Sandys, 6th Lord Sandys of the Vyne, receives singing lessons, 391.
-, portrait painted by Lely, 430.
-, 450.

Cecil, Mildred (d. 1589), wife of William Cecil, Baron Burghley (d. 1598), her portrait at Salisbury House, 251.

Cecil, Penelope, daughter of Charles Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, expenses of her funeral, 438.

Cecil, Philip, son of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, books provided for, 281(2).
-, sees French and English comedy plays in London, 286.
-, visits France with Robert Cecil, 304. 305n.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 367.
-, at Saumur, 367.
-, captain in Parliamentary army, 386.
-, expenses of his wife's funeral, 438.

Cecil, Robert, 1st Earl of Salisbury, mentioned, 1, 2, 6, 9, 95, 261, 264, 273, 281, 282.
-, suit against executors of, 8.
-, stone required for tomb of, 15.
-, his portrait sent to Hatfield House, 57.
-, reference to old quarrel between Earl of Northumberland and, 239.
-, refutation of charge of fraudulent dealing brought against, 248.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 250, 272.

Cecil Robert, son of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, 166, 249(2), 267.
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216.
-, books provided for, 235.
-, in Geneva, 247.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 251.
-, sees plays at the Globe, 264, 267, 270.
-, goes with Viscount Cranborne to witness "dancing on ye ropes", 267.
-, visits Tradescant's "Antiquities", 271.
-, his expenses at St. John's College, Cambridge, 285.
-, sees English and French comedies in London, 286.
-, his journey in France, 288, 289.
-, visits France with Philip Cecil, 304, 305n.
-, his quarrel with Tyrrell in Paris, 305.
-, apologizes to English Ambassador in Paris, 306.
-, recalled from France, 306.
-, chosen captain of trained bands of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 334.
-, his sons sent to school at Hertford, 431.
-, his children taken to see celebrations at coronation of Charles II, 438.

Cecil, Thomas, 1st Earl of Exeter, brings serious charges against Sir Thomas Lake, his wife and others, 6168.

Cecil, William, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, Dackombe's complaint to, 1.
-, his gift to Henry Oxford, 3.
-, letter to Houghton, 3.
-, ordered to prohibit hunting in Enfield Chase, 5.
-, grants annuity to Horne, 6.
-, his New Year's gift to King, 7.
-, petitions to King, 8, 81, 138.
-, involved in legal proceedings as executor of late Earl of Salisbury, 8.
-, Keighley joins his service, 9.
-, ordered to revive Court of Roundhedge in Enfield Chase, 10.
-, sale of property of, 11, 15.
-, his patent for the farm of silk, 11.
-, to send deer from Cheshunt Park to Earl of Suffolk, 12.
-, takes part in masque at wedding of Princess Elizabeth, 13.
-, 30, 34, 36, 46, 55, 82, 83, 210, 214, 266, 282, 423, 449, 450, 456, 459.
-, presents vicarage of Brigstock to Dilworth, 31.
-, authorizes sale of pearls, 31.
-, ordered as Lord Lieutenant of co. Herts. to review its forces, etc., 32, 51, 60, 84, 85, 117, 146, 163, 177, 191, 211, 212, 227, 291, 296, 302, 314.
-, his son James christened, 34 and n.
-, involved in dispute over limits with inhabitants of Cranborne Chase, 35, 41, 42(2), 44, 46, 50(2), 55, 58, 59, 76, 81.
-, letter to Lord Knollys, 35.
-, letters to Ashley, 39, 212, 215.
-, seeks Captaincy of the Yeomen of the Guard, 43(3), 44, 45, 48, 49, 53, 56.
-, letter to Lord Gerard, 45.
-, suit over Cranborne estates between Mainwaring and, 46, 157.
-, does not accompany King to Scotland, 47.
-, letters to Duke of Buckingham, 47, 49, 54, 55.
-, advised by Buckingham to attend upon King in Scotland, 47, 48.
-, excused by King from attendance, 48.
-, letter to Sir Henry Rich, 48.
-, reference to illness of, 49.
-, abandons intention of obtaining Captaincy of the Guard, 53, 56.
-, purchases rectory of South Mimms, 54.
-, letters to Keighley, 56, 60, 215.
-, letter to Lord Fenton, 56.
-, granted permission to add chapel to Hatfield Church, 59.
-, Dowthwaite entrusted with particulars of lands, leases, etc., of, 77.
-, requests Carleton to intervene on behalf of Kenithorpe, 78, 90.
-, appoints Seyntaubyn as his agent in Cornwall, 79.
-, requested for hounds to be sent to France, 85.
-, to mediate in dispute between Sir John Ogle and Sir Edward Cecil, 85, 86.
-, congratulated on birth of Charles Cecil, 86 and n.
-, his gifts to poor of Hatfield, 87.
-, asked by Baron de Dohna to help King of Bohemia, 117, 121.
-, dismisses his servants for suspected subversive views, 120.
-, reinstates them at King's request, 128.
-, Lord Chancellor's decree in suit between Mainwaring and, 130.
-, requested by Privy Council to contribute towards defence of Palatinate, 130.
-, begs to be excused from contribution, 133.
-, his claim to nominate M.P.s for Old Sarum questioned by Earl of Pembroke, 136.
-, King petitioned to grant St. Alban's gaol to, 138(2).
-, associated with defence of Court of Roundhedge against certain charges, 139.
-, his coppices in Chetterwood, 140.
-, receives present of hawk, 151.
-, ordered to investigate theft of pales at Theobalds, 152.
-, bestows scholar's place in St. John's College on Robert Carter, 158.
-, his annuity from Exchequer frozen by Lord Treasurer Cranfield, 159.
-, letter to Lord Keeper Williams, 166.
-, his dispute with Sir Anthony Ashley over manor and rectory of Cranborne, 166.
-, criticised by tenants and others of Cranborne, 176.
-, articles of marriage contract agreed to by Sir Arthur Capell and, 178.
-, orders freeholders to vote for his nominees in Parliamentary elections, 188, 205, 209.
-, ordered by Privy Council to assist in raising volunteers for States General, 192.
-, asked to pay arrears of subsidy assessment, 196.
-, presents picture to Duke of Buckingham, 196.
-, receives King's warrant to levy men in Hertfordshire for service under Mansfeld, 197.
-, instructed by Privy Council regarding pay, equipment and embarkation of levies, 197, 200(2).
-, snubs Sherfield in a letter, 201.
-, reference to impending visit to France with Duke of Buckingham, 201.
-, letter to Bishop of Lincoln, 205.
-, scandalous words against, 206.
-, letter to Stillingfleet, 209.
-, orders annual sum to be paid to poor of Cranborne and preacher there, 209.
-, instructed by Privy Council how to proceed in event of invasion, 213.
-, dispute over land between Sir Ralph Hopton and, 214, 215.
-, portrait painted by Geldorp, 216.
-, ordered to levy men in Hertfordshire for Low Countries, 226.
-, instructed about payment of levies, 227, 228, 232.
-, required to make further levies of men in Hertfordshire, 232.
-, encroachments and other abuses committed at Cranborne on land of, 235 238.
-, correspondence over marriage treaty between Earl of Northumberland and, 238, 239, 240, 242.
-, refers to old quarrel between his father and Earl of Northumberland, 239.
-, his financial conditions for marriage treaty, 240.
-, his fitness to succeed Duke of Buckingham as Master of the Horse, 246.
-, refutes a charge of fraudulent dealing brought against 1st Earl of Salisbury, 248.
-, agreement over his share from exploitation of tin in Cornwall, 253, 266.
-, inventory of his plate, 255.
-, appoints Newman as Captain of St. Michael's Mount, 256.
-, his warrant to Newman, 260.
-, orders Newman to attend on him, 260.
-, proposes a pension in lieu of silk farm, 261.
-, letter to feoffees of Brigstock, 264.
-, his visits to Scotland, 270, 288.
-, manuscripts loaned to, 270.
-, presented with song by Earl of Carlisle's musicians, 270.
-, gives money towards waterworks in Soho, 271.
-, admitted member of Council of Scotland, 271.
-, hunts with King, 272.
-, asked by Earl of Cork to intervene with King, 281, 282.
-, letter to Collins, 287.
-, his gift of painted pictures to Earl of Northumberland, 289.
-, letter to Sir Charles Barkeley, 296.
-, receives instructions concerning men levied in Hertfordshire for Scottish wars, 300, 301, 307(2), 308, 314, 315, 316, 317(2).
-, correspondence with DeputyLieutenants of Hertfordshire, 302, 309, 311(2), 312, 313(2), 321.
-, purchase of "George" ribbon for, 304.
-, given new commission of LordLieutenancy, 312.
-, Captain of King's Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 316.
-, ordered to take measures against mutinous soldiers, 316, 317.
-, organizes despatch of soldiers for North, 319, 321.
-, to organize Gentlemen Pensioners for defence of Queen and Royal children, 320.
-, ordered to put Hertfordshire in state of defence, 321.
-, his journey to Ripon and York as one of Lords Commissioners to treat with Scots, 334.
-, his expenses in keeping racehorses, 334.
-, lends money to King, 334.
-, a patentee for plantation in New England, 334.
-, censured by House of Lords for leaving it to join King 370(2).
-, advised by Earl of Northumberland to regain favour of Parliament, 370, 371.
-, decides to return to Parliament, 371.
-, advised by Earl of Dorset not to forfeit King's confidence, 372.
-, his tenants in Dorset slow to pay rents because of war, 374.
-, appointed a Governor of Charterhouse, 384.
-, sent a picture of plotters against Parliament, 390.
-, reference to his minatory letter to Algernon Cecil, 394.
-, elected M.P. for King's Lynn, 403.
-, Portland stone delivered from Theobalds for the use of, 416.
-, executor of Earl of Pembroke, 419, 428.
-, statement of his interests in Enfield Chase and claim for compensation for same, 420.
-, his claim for compensation for former offices examined and accepted by Parliament, 423, 424.
-, portrait painted by Lely, 429.
-, elected knight of the shire, 429, 431.
-, charged with fishing at the old pond in Enfield, 430.
-, fined for neglect by Jurors of Sewers, 430.
-, renews his claim to Parliament for compensation for loss of offices, 432.
-, summoned to maintain militia horse in Herefordshire, 434.
-, proclaims Charles II King at Hatfield, 436.
-, receives King's pardon, 438.
-, involved in negotiations for marriage between James, Viscount Cranborne, and Earl of Rutland's daughter, 439.
-, King commands his attendance at his coronation, 440.
-, expected to support bill for divorce of Lord Roos, 444.
-, requested to disclose value of his estates, 445.
-, to contribute towards maintenance of militia in Hertfordshire, 446.
-, correspondence of Lord Howard of Charleton with 447, 448(3).
-, forced by Great Fire to move his goods from London to Hatfield, 450.
-, correspondence of Earl and Countess of Rutland with, 451, 452, 454(2), 455(2), 456, 457.
-, petitions to, 457459.

Cecil, William, Lord Burghley, later 2nd Earl of Exeter, son of Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter, 52, 227, 228.
-, his daughter-in-law charged with conspiracy against Countess of Exeter, 61.

Cecil, William, Lord Ros or Roos, son of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, his wife charged with conspiracy against Countess of Exeter, 61.
-, 61, 62, 63.
-, Countess of Exeter accused of committing incest with, 66.
-, alleged liaison between Countess of Exeter and, 73, 74.

Cecil, William, Baron Burghley (d. 1598), mentioned, 50.
-, his portrait sent to Hatfield House, 57.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 250.

Cecil, William, son of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, his expenses at Westminster School, 287, 304, 322, 334.
-, Frenchman attending on, 288.
-, views lion in Dr Cademan's house, 289.
-, suffers from smallpox at Westminster School, 323.
-, captain in Parliamentary army, 391.
-, 453.
-, his death and funeral, 455.

Cecil (Cicill), William, of Alt-yrynys, co. Hereford, 36, 210, 458.

Celsham. See Chelsham.

Chadwell, Edmond, of Ebbesborne, co. Wilts, owns coppices in Wiltshire, 41.

Chalcotts (Challcotts) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140.

Chamber, Treasurer of the. See Uvedale, Sir William.

Chamberlain (Chamberleyne), Anthony, tenant to the Earl of Salisbury at Essendine, co. Rutland, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 459.

Chambers, Ralph, 215.

Chambers, Mr, reference to his death, 392.

Champion, , in the service of the Earl of Northumberland, 428.

Champney, Mr. [? Richard Champney, of Hall Place, Bexley], co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.

Chancery, The, 55.

Chandos, Lord. See Brydges, George.

Chantler, Gilbert, Justice of the Peace [? of co. Leicester], witnesses Jephson's deposition, 441.

Chapman, Charles, churchwarden at Turnworth, co. Dorset, collects money towards establishment of theological college in Chelsea, 58.

Chapman, Mr. [? Henry Chapman, of Godmersham], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Chapman, Sir Peter, of London, case between AttorneyGeneral and, 65.

Chapman, Walter, a physician of Bath, signs certificate, 2.

Chapman, Mistress, haberdasher, of London, 255, 266.

Charing Cross, Strand, London, Earl of Suffolk's stables at, 97, 360.

Charles, Prince, Duke of York, later Prince of Wales and Charles I, King of England, 54, 114, 115, 129, 161, 205.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 83.
-, present at composing of differences between Duke of Buckingham and Earl of Pembroke, 104.
-, his speech to Parliament, 145.
-, arrives in Spain, 168.
-, reaches Madrid, 169, 173.
-, his meetings with King of Spain, 169, 170, 171, 172, 174(2).
-, entertained by dancers, 170.
-, his official entry into Madrid, 172.
-, meets Queen of Spain, 172.
-, secret arrangements made for Infanta to be viewed in Prado by, 174.
-, further honours accorded in Spain to, 174.
-, sends for fleet to convey Infanta to England, 174.
-, given no opportunity to meet Infanta, 175.
-, extracts from letters written to Pope and King of Spain by, 179181.
-, proposed articles of marriage between Infanta and, 182 186.
-, reference to his return from Spain, 187.
-, Duke of Buckingham's statement on certain conditions of marriage treaty between Infanta and, 190.
-, his comment in Parliament, 190.
-, articles of treaty of marriage between Henrietta Maria and, 197.
-, addresses of House of Commons to, 208, 243.
-, address by both Houses of Parliament concerning Papacy to, 208.
-, his Gentlemen Pensioners, 209.
-, orders Lord Keeper to prohibit Earl of Bristol from attending Parliament, 210.
-, his regulation affecting Order of the Garter, 210.
-, his peremptory order to Speaker of House of Commons, 211.
-, Remonstrance of House of Commons to, 211.
-, 213, 214, 243, 246, 249, 281, 282, 288, 289(2), 290, 291, 294, 297, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318(3), 319(2), 322, 323, 355, 360, 362, 364, 428.
-, loans of laity to, 214, 227.
-, Earl of Bristol's letters to, 221 226.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 226, 228, 232, 299, 301, 307, 315, 317(2), 320.
-, critical of behaviour of levies from Hertfordshire, 228.
-, decides to support King of Denmark with English forces from Low Countries, 226.
-, Joachimi's speech to, 230.
-, States General desirous of accommodating differences between Louis XIII and, 230.
-, hint by States General that more restraint in his proHuguenot policy be shown by, 231.
-, his speeches and proposals included in book of Parliamentary speeches, 243.
-, his message to House of Lords on prerogative of imprisonment without cause assigned, 243, 247.
-, his grief at assassination of Duke of Buckingham, 245.
-, his picture taken to Hatfield, 249.
-, his proposals for treaty with Spain communicated to States General, 258.
-, Earl of Salisbury hunts with, 272.
-, issues new directive regarding robes of the Order of the Garter, 294.
-, to lead army in person to the North, 299, 317.
-, his declaration to the Scottish Commissioners, 303.
-, satisfied with decisions of Scottish Parliament, 303.
-, treaty between Scots and, 304.
-, his answer to a petition from people of Scotland, 315.
-, orders Earl of Salisbury to use trained bands to suppress mutinous subjects, 317.
-, Earl of Dorset expects recovery of power by, 319.
-, his correspondence opened by House of Lords, 319.
-, proposes to transfer negotiations with Scots from Ripon to York, 323.
-, agrees to removal of negotiations from Ripon to London, 327.
-, ratifies Scottish Acts of Parliament, 330.
-, Earl of Salisbury lends money to, 334.
-, demand that he appoint officers of state in Scotland with approval of Scottish Parliament, 344.
-, Goring's account of his conversation with 357.
-, opposed to exclusive nomination of Scottish officers of state by Scottish Parliament, 363.
-, announces his departure from Scotland, 364, 366, 367.
-, compromises on question of appointment of officers of state in Scotland, 365.
-, his reprimand to Scottish nobility, 367.
-, Earl of Salisbury censured by House of Lords for joining, 370(2).
-, Earl of Dorset's comments on the "tractable" disposition of, 372.
-, reference to Parliament's peace talks with, 374.
-, at Sudeley, 375.
-, at Evesham, 376(2), 377(2), 378.
-, at Bath, 377.
-, 379, 387.
-, with his army at Cranborne, 380.
-, at Huntingdon, 383.
-, bound copy of his letters, 385.
-, Markham purchases letter to Marquis of Ormond from, 389.
-, at Hatfield, 390.
-, trustees for the sale of lands of, 430.

Charles, Prince, Duke of York, later Prince of Wales and Charles II, King of England, proposed by conspirators against Parliament that he join army with 1000 horse, 359.
-, reference to agreement between Scots and, 416.
-, visits Hatfield House, 436, 437, 438(2), 439.
-, 441.
-, grants pardon to Earl of Salisbury, 438.
-, loss of plate during visit to Hatfield House by, 438.
-, reference to celebrations at coronation of, 438.
-, commands presence of Earl of Salisbury at his coronation, 440.
-, declares his opinion on the dispute between Lord and Lady Roos, 442.
-, awaits Catherine of Braganza at Portsmouth, 444.
-, informs Parliament of his intention to prorogue it, 444.
-, requests peers to reveal value of their estates, 445.

Charles, , a playwright, Viscount Cranborne and his brother see play at the Globe by, 264.

Charles Emmanuel, Duke of Savoy, considered as possible King of Bohemia, 88.
-, Bohemian expectations from good relations between Elector Palatine and, 89.

Charles Louis, the Prince Palatinate or Palgrave, son of Frederick V, Elector Palatine, and nephew of Charles I, dines at Hatfield House, 289.
-, reference to Committee for Revenue of, 373.
-, his Master of Horse. See Ballantyne, Sir William.

Charls, The. See Royal Charles.

Charterhouse, Aldersgate Street, London, Lord Ros's house near, 70.
-, Earl of Salisbury appointed a Governor of, 384.

Chase, Dr. See Chase, Stephen.

Chase, Stephen, apothecary, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, 249, 270.

Chateau Gonthier (Gontier) [Mayenne, France], Baron de Vasse given charge of Castle of, 124.

Chatham, co. Kent, project for dry dock at, 80.

Chaworth (Choowoth), Patrick, 3rd Viscount Chaworth of Armagh, brother-in-law of James, Viscount Cranborne, 457.

Cheapside, London, fish purchased at, 35.
-, Lord Treasurer Suffolk's goldsmith, resident of, 77.

Chedley or Chidly, Captain, mentioned in Ballard's examination concerning conspiracy against Parliament, 359.

Chelsea (Chelsey), co. Middlesex, King supports establishment of theological college in, 58.
-, Sir Richard Weston's house in, 193.
-, Wilmot visits John Pym at, 366.

Chelsham (Celsham), co. Surrey, hounds worry sheep at, 158.

Cheshunt (Cheston), co. Herts, almshouses in, 6.
-, Earl of Suffolk to receive deer from park at, 12.
-, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 127.
-, 152, 382.

Cheshunt Park, co. Herts, 423, 424, 432.

Chester, Cheshire, 407.

Chester, Sir Robert, of Royston, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 126.

Chetterwood (Chittered), near Cranborne, co. Dorset, poaching in, 17, 278.
-, 55, 237(2).
-, names of coppices in, 140.
-, violence of poachers at, 278.
-, decline in number of deer at, 296.

Chewt, Mr. [? George Chewt, of Bethersden], co. Kent, his estate valued at 1900, 14.

Chichester, Arthur, 1st Lord Chichester of Belfast, High Treasurer of Ireland, 177, 191, 193, 200.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.

Chichester, Sir Robert, of Ralegh, co. Devon, 12.

Chigwine, William, of Marazion, co. Cornwall, 204.
-, letter to Keighley, 226.

Chimney Tax, for Salisbury House, 453

Chinese, picture in Salisbury House of habits of, 250.

Chipping Barnet (Cheping Barnett), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Chittered. See Chetterwood.

Cholmeley, Sir Hugh. See Cholmondeley, Sir Hugh.

Cholmondeley (Cholmeley), Sir Hugh, one of the Parliamentary Commissioners in the North, revolts in favour of King, 374.

Chomberg L'Omenee. See Lomenie.

Choowoth, Lord. See Chaworth, Patrick.

Chowne, Sir George, of Fairlawn, Wrotham, co. Kent, his estate valued, 14.

Christian IV, King of Denmark, considered as possible King of Bohemia, 88.
-, Bohemian expectations from kinship of Elector Palatine with, 89.
-, to meet King of Bohemia and German Protestant Union at Nuremberg, 104.
-, English debts to, 187(3).
-, closes Sound to interrupt supply of naval stores to King of Spain, 217.
-, to be assisted with English troops from Low Countries, 226.
-, regarded by States General as sole opponent to advance of Imperial power in Germany, 230.
-, Joachim's warning about dangers facing, 231.
-, 232.
-, protest against extortionate Customs dues imposed by, 348.

Christopher, Mr, Keeper of Britain's Burse, Strand, London, 76.

Christopher. See Keighley, Christopher.

Churchill, Mr. See Churchill, John.

Churchill, John, barrister, of Minterne, co. Dorset, letter from, 419.
-, 447.
-, letter to Viscountess Cranborne, 447.

Churchill (Churchsell), Mr, 307.

Chytraeus, David, German Lutheran divine and writer, purchase of work by, 388.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Roman orator and writer, purchase of works by, 286, 391.

Clapham, Lady [? Margaret Clapham, wife of Sir Christopher Clapham, of Clapham, co. Yorks.], 441.

Clapham, Stephen, a Groom of the Bedchamber to the Countess of Somerset, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 27.

Clark or Clerk, Mr [? George Clark, of Ofham], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Clark, Ralph, of Newton, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Clarke (Clearke), Sir Henry, of Avington, co. Hants, 420.

Clarke, John, Mayor of St. Albans, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 125.

Clarke, Roger, mercer, of London, 254, 257.

Clearke, Sir Henry. See Clarke, Sir Henry.

Clerk, John, Town Clerk of Hereford, 36.

Clifford, Lady. See Clifford, Frances.

Clifford, Lord. See Clifford, Henry.

Clifford, Elizabeth, Baroness Clifford, wife of Richard Boyle, Viscount Dungarvan, and later Countess of Cork, marriage settlement between Viscount Dungarvan and, 272.
-, 282.
-, expecting a child, 283.
-, letter to Collins, 402.

Clifford, Frances, Lady Clifford, daughter of Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury, and wife of Henry Clifford, Lord Clifford, later 5th Earl of Cumberland, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, 167.

Clifford, Francis, 4th Earl of Cumberland, 272.

Clifford, Henry, Lord Clifford, 5th Earl of Cumberland, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, 159, 282(2).
-, correspondence concerning marriage of his daughter, 272, 275, 277, 279.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 275.
-, letter from, 316 and n.

Clinton (otherwise Fiennes), Edward, 2nd son of Henry Clinton, Earl of Lincoln, reference to his death, 57.

Clinton (otherwise Fiennes), Henry, Earl of Lincoln, 57.

Clinton (otherwise Fiennes), Theophilus, 4th Earl of, Lincoln, 437.

Cloth, Louis XIII orders stay of English cloth in France, 16.

Clothall, co. Herts, Earl of Salisbury's election directive to freeholders of, 205.

Clotworthy, Sir John, of Antrim, Ireland, M.P. for Maldon, reads Goring's examination in House of Commons, 359.

Clyde, River, Scotland, Scots build fortifications upon, 336.
-, ships sunk in, 336.

Coal, reference to pits near Greasley and Selston, 304.
-, Scottish invasion affects London's supply of, 382.

Cobb, Peter, teacher of writing to Charles, Viscount Cranborne, 267.

Cobb, Mr [? Thomas Cobb, of Oldslees or Old Wives Lees, Chilham], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Cobham, co. Kent, sale of Earl of Salisbury's lands at, 15.

Cobham, Frances, Countess of Kildare, widow of Henry Fitzgerald, 12th Earl of Kildare, now wife of Henry Brooke, 11th Lord Cobham, 82.

Cobham College, Cobham, co. Kent, particulars of woods at, 78.
-, rents due from, 247.

Coblentz. See Koblenz.

Cobley (Cobly) Walk, co. Wilts, 41, 44, 296.
-, Keeper of. See Hawles, Edmund.

Cocke, Sir Edward. See Coke, Sir Edward.

Cocke, Patrick. See Cooke, Patrick.

Cockerton, William, vicar of Westhall, co. Suffolk, sues Davey for non-payment of tithes, 178, 189.

Cockeven. See Cockhaven.

Cockhaven (Cockeven), co. Devon, 37.

Cockin, Sir William. See Cokayne, Sir William.

Cock Lane, St. Martin's-in-the Fields, London, 430.

Cockpit, The, Whitehall, London, 27.

Codicote, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Cokayne (Cockin), Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, his arrival at Westminster disturbs examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 102 and n.
-, requested to contribute loan towards defence of King of Bohemia, 117.
-, Crown's debt to, 187.

Coke, Lord. See Coke, Sir Edward.

Coke (Cocke, Corke, Cooke), Sir Edward, Chief Justice of the Common pleas, later of the King's Bench, M.P. for Buckinghamshire, presides over Anne Turner's trial, 22.
-, his address to jury, 22, 23.
-, addresses Turner after her sentence, 58.
-, presides over Franklin's trial, 24(2), 27.
-, instructs jury, 24.
-, Franklin's confessions to, 27.
-, his advice to Franklin, 29.
-, petition to, 38 and n.
-, reference to quarrel between Lady Hatton and, 52.
-, 60, 85, 118, 141.
-, his opinions and verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 108, 109, 113.
-, opposed to referring Yelverton to King's clemency, 132.
-, his speech in House of Commons, 206.
-, his speech included in book of Parliamentary speeches, 243.
-, reference to his Reports concerning naturalization of Scots, 350.

Coke, Frances, daughter of Sir Edward Coke, letter to her mother, 52 and n.
-, refers to quarrel between her parents, 52.

Coke, Sir John, Secretary of State, 213(2), 227.
-, his request to Earl of Salisbury on behalf of Carey, 234.
-, examines Felton after his assassination of Duke of Buckingham, 244.

Coker, Colonel. See Coker, Henry.

Coker, Henry, Colonel, of Mappowder, co. Dorset, Royalist commander, 380.
-, his soldiers at Rushton, 388.

Colbeck, John, farmer of the rectory of Wheatacre, co. Norfolk, sues Wentworth for nonpayment of tithes, 39.
-, sues Cooke for non-payment of tithes, 83.

Cole, Sir Nicholas, of Durham, 418.

Cole, John, sues Boys for libel, 188.

Cole, , a clerk of the Chancery, 55.

Colepepper, Sir Anthony, of Bedgbury, Goudhurst, co. Kent, his estate valued at 900 (?), 14.

Colepepper, Sir Thomas, of Greenway Court, Hollingborne, co. Kent, his estate valued at 700, 14.

College of Justice, Scottish, demand that King secure approval of Scottish Parliament in appointing Senators of, 344.

Collins, Edward, mason, work undertaken by him at Hatfield House, 4.

Collins, Samuel, Provost of King's College, Cambridge, Keighley's letter to, 31.
-, letter to Keighley, 271.

Collins, William, auditor to the Earl of Salisbury, 247, 272, 278, 279, 287, 374, 382, 392, 395, 402, 416, 417, 420, 424.

Coloma (Colonia), Don Carlos de, Spanish Ambassador to England, 168.
-, Privy Council takes oath to Anglo-Spanish royal marriage treaty in presence of, 185.

Colonia, Lord Charles a. See Coloma.

Colrane, Lord. See Hare, Hugh.

Colte [? John, of Woodwicks, Rickmansworth, co. Herts.], 188.

Colville, Robert, son of Robert Colvill, Master of Colvill, reference to his case bearing on naturalization of Scots, 350.

Combeinteignhead (Combyntinhed), co. Devon, letters dated from, 36, 38.

Combyntinhed. See Combeinteignhead.

Comes, Natalis (Conti, Natale), of Venice, Italian historian, purchase of work by, 383.

Comiyrty Wood, co. Notts, cut down, 362.

Commerce and Trade, Scots demand equality with England and Ireland in matters of, 348.

Commines, Philippe de, French historian, (d. 1509), translation of his History bought for Earl of Salisbury, 431.

Commissioners for Leasing of King's Lands, 36.

Commissioners for the Forts of the West Parts, 54.

Commissioners to Examine Accounts, 40.

Committee for Prince Elector's Revenue, petition for payment to, 373.

Committee for the King's Revenue, 84, 401.

Committee of Lords and Commons for the Public Revenue, orders Portland stone from Theobalds to be delivered for Earl of Salisbury's use, 416.

Committee for Obstructions, Earl of Salisbury's claim for compensation examined and assessed by, 423, 424.

Common Pleas, Court of, issues order concerning Cranborne Chase, 35.
-, 44.

Compton, Lord. See Compton, William.

Compton, Spencer, 2nd Earl of Northampton, defeats Sir John Gell, 374.

Compton, William, 2nd Lord Compton, guest at Hatfield House, 1.

Compton [? William], Dr, physician, attends Earl of Salisbury, 166.

Compton, , 193.

Comyng, Nicholas, of Luton, co. Devon, his death, 37.

Cond, Henri II de Bourbon, Prince de, accompanies Louis XIII against French rebels, 120.

Cond, Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de, approaching Paris with an army, 427.

Conduit, The, Fleet Street, London, 245.

Conesbie, Lady. See Coningsby, Mary.

Coningsby (Conesbie), Mary, wife of Sir Francis Coningsby, 229.

Coningsby (Coninsbye), Sir Ralph, of North Mimms, co. Herts, guest at Hatfield House, 2.

Coningsby (Coningesbye), Thomas, of North Mimms, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 125.
-, 300, 301, 302, 311.

Coningsby (Conesbie), Mr, asked to convey Earl of Salisbury's election directive to freeholders, 205.

Connaught, Ireland, 282.

Constable, Sir William, commander of a company at the Brill, letter to King, 13.

Contree Justice (? by Edmund Wingate of Gray's Inn), purchase for Earl of Salisbury of book called, 158.

Conway, Lord. See Conway, Sir Edward.

Conway, Sir Edward, Secretary of State, later Viscount Conway, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 175(2), 186.
-, 177, 193, 213(2), 223, 224.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.

Conway, Sir John, of Bodryddan, co. Flint, appointed commissioner to consider military assistance for Palatinate, 141.

Conyers, Lady, 253.

Cook, Mr [? Edmund Cook, of Mount Mascal, North Cray], co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.

Cooke, Sir Anthony, politician, father-in-law of Lord Burghley, (d. 1576), his portrait at Salisbury House, 250.

Cooke (Cocke), Charles, of Greasley, co. Notts, signs petition to Capell, 293.

Cooke, Francis [? of Nottingham, co. Notts.], 362

Cooke, James, yeoman, of Wheatacre, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 83.

Cooke, John, worstead weaver, of St. James, Norwich, presented for non-attendance at church, 16.

Cooke, John [? attorney, of Trago, St. Pinnoch, co. Cornwall], replaced as Earl of Salisbury's agent in Cornwall by Seyntaubyn, 79.

Cooke (Cox, Cocke), Patrick, of Greasley, co. Notts, in the service of Sir Charles Morrson and, later, of Arthur Capell, 163, 250(2), 254, 255, 267, 268(5), 304, 342, 362, 369, 370.
-, signs petition to Capell, 293.
-, letter to Capell, 295.
-, recommends Hewitt as rector of Greasley, 295.

Cooke (Cocke), Patrick, of Greasely, co. Notts, son of Patrick Cooke, 362.

Cooke, Richard [? of Pimperne, co. Dorset], 236.

Cooke, Thomas [? of Cranborne, co. Dorset], his violent behaviour at Chetterwood, 278.

Cooke, William, son of Patrick Cooke, 268.
-, signs petition to Capell, 293.

Cookman, , a keeper at Chetterwood, co. Dorset, charged with abuses, 237(2).

Cooper, Major [? George Cooper, Parliamentary commander and brother of Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper], his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.

Cooper, Mr [? of Kippington, Sevenoaks], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Cope, Sir Walter, of Kensington, Master of the Wards, involved in legal proceedings as executor of late Earl of Salisbury, 8.

Cope, Mr, 194.

Copper, mines in Cornwall, 202.

Coppynge or Coppin, George, vicar of Besthorpe, co. Norfolk, sues three parishioners for non-payment of tithes, 189.

Copyholders, on the manor of Enfield, 411.

Corby, co. Northants, 403.

Cork, Countess of. See Clifford, Elizabeth.

Cork, Earl of. See Boyle, Richard.

Corke, Sir Edward. See Coke, Sir Edward.

Cornwall, 7, 12, 79, 220, 266.
-, copper mines in, 202.
-, primitive methods used by poor people to obtain tin, 204.
-, agreement on exploitation of tin in, 253, 267.
-, Vice-Admiral of. See Bassett, Francis.

Cornwall, Duchy of, 7.

Cornwallis, Sir Thomas, Groom Porter to Queen Elizabeth, mentioned, 105.

Cortin [? William Curteen, merchant], subjected to threats by Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 98, 107.

Cotgrave, Randle, lexicographer, purchase of his FrenchEnglish Dictionary, 280.

Cotman, Joan, of Alderholt, co. Dorset, guilty of erecting cottage on Earl of Salisbury's waste at Alderholt, 236.

Cottered (Cottred), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Cotterell. See Cotterell, Clement.

Cotterell, Clement, appointed Groom Porter after dispute between Buckingham and Earl of Pembroke, 105.

Cottington, Francis, secretary at the English embassy in Madrid, later Baron Cottington, and Lord Treasurer, 169, 170, 223, 373.
-, present at meeting between Prince Charles and King of Spain, 170.
-, sanguine in his expectations of a marriage between Infanta and Prince Charles, 174.

Cotton, Sir Robert, antiquary, and M.P. for Castle Rising, co. Norfolk, 165.
-, his speech included in book of Parliamentary speeches, 243.

Council of War, The, 54.

Courin, Lord See Goring, George.

Court, Arthur, 252.

Courtenay (Courtney), Sir William, of Powderham, co. Somerset, 12, 41.

Courtney, Colonel, 377.

Courtrop, Mr, of Cranbrook, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Covel (Covell), Mr, 334.

Covenant, Scottish, wording of, 305.

Covent Garden, London, 357.

Coventry, Bishop of. See Moreton, Thomas.

Coventry, Sir Thomas, SolicitorGeneral, later Lord Keeper and 1st Baron Coventry, prosecutes in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 95, 96, 101, 103.
-, his remark at Lord Treasurer Suffolk's examination, 97.
-, prohibits Earl of Bristol from attending Parliament, 210 224(2).
-, 227, 238, 269.
-, his speech included in a book of Parliamentary speeches, 243.

Coventry, (Sir) William, secretary to James, Duke of York, 448.

Coventry, Mr. See Coventry, William.

Cox, Patrick. See Cooke, Patrick.

Cox, Ralph, porter at Salisbury House, London, 18.
-, letters to Keighley, 30, 87, 151, 164, 193, 208, 234.

Craford, Lord. See Lindsay, Ludovick.

Craford (Crayford), Sir William, of Stonehall or Crayford House, Great Mongeham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.

Cranborne, Lady. See Cecil, Diana.

Cranborne, Viscount. See Cecil, Charles; Cecil, James.

Cranborne, Viscountess. See Manners, Margaret.

Cranborne (Cramborne), co. Dorset, complaints by tenants of, 41, 176.
-, 121, 128, 129, 197, 201, 374, 459.
-, letters dated from, 196, 208.
-, suit between Earl of Salisbury and Mainwaring over estates at, 46, 157.
-, Lord Chancellor's decree in suit between Earl of Salisbury and Mainwaring over, 130.
-, parsonage of, 159, 195, 208.
-, dispute between Earl of Salisbury and Sir Anthony Ashley over manor and rectory of, 166.
-, inquiry into charges against Sherfield held at, 196.
-, alleged intransigence of tenants at, 197.
-, Earl of Salisbury orders annual sum to be paid to poor and rector of, 209.
-, encroachments and other abuses committed at, 235 238.
-, Cornet Joyce's father an innkeeper at, 379.
-, big gun moved to Oxford from, 380.
-, Goring's army at, 380.
-, wounded soldiers conveyed to Fovant from, 380.
-, Prince Maurice's army at, 380.
-, King with his army at, 380.
-, Royalist and Parliamentary troops quartered at, 381, 386, 387.
-, proceedings at Court Leet of, 417.
-, constable of. See Good, Valentine.
-, Rector of. See Fyler, George.

Cranborne Chase, co. Dorset, poaching in, 17, 39, 417.
-, dispute over limits between Earl of Salisbury and inhabitants of, 35, 41, 42(2), 44, 46, 50(2), 55, 58, 59, 76, 81.
-, King's letter concerning dispute over, 35.
-, 46, 55, 185, 195, 212.
-, decline of deer in, 296.
-, proceedings at Court Leet of, 417.

Cranborne House, Cranborne, co. Dorset, King visits, 17, 19, 77, 127, 137, 157, 166, 186.
-, articles lost during Royal visit to, 17.
-, condition of, 17.
-, letters dated from, 17, 42, 160, 374, 395, 416, 417, 441.
-, 195, 287(2), 416.
-, reference to prison in, 197.
-, damage caused by gale of wind to, 277.
-, furniture conveyed to Carisbrooke Castle from, 374, 375, 425.
-, occupied for the use of Marquis of Hertford and Prince Maurice, 375.
-, pillaged by Royalist soldiers, 375, 386, 425.
-, damaged by Cromwell's troops, 386(2).
-, reference to ruins of, 386.
-, reparation and refitting of, 395, 396.
-, rebuilding of west end of, 395, 396.
-, estimate of damage done by King's and Parliament's troops to, 396.
-, inventory of household goods at, 425.

Cranborne Priory, Cranborne, co. Dorset, 279, 425.

Cranfield (Cranfeilde), Lionel, Master of the Court of Wards, later Lord High Treasurer and Earl of Middlesex, 118, 141, 163, 167, 175.
-, opposed to referring Yelverton to King's mercy, 132.
-, freezes annuities from Exchequer, 159.
-, reference to his influence over King, 167.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.
-, his statement in the House of Lords concerning financial aid to Palatinate, 186.

Cranfield, James, 2nd Earl of Middlesex, mentioned in tract called New Magna Charta, 408.

Cranmer, Mr [? Robert Cranmer, of Chepsted House, Chevening], co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.

Cranwell, Thomas, of London, letter to Privy Council, 10.

Craven, Lady. See Craven, Elizabeth.

Craven, Lord. See Craven, John.

Craven, Elizabeth, Lady, widow of Sir William Craven, formerly Lord Mayor of London, 193 and n.

Craven, John, Baron Craven of Ryton, 402 and n.

Crawley, Serjeant. See Crawley, Francis.

Crawley, Francis, of Gray's Inn, Serjeant-at-law, 204.

Crayford, Sir W. See Craford, Sir William.

Cressett, Mr, 394.

Creuznach. See Kreuznach.

Crew (Crewe), Sir Ranulph or Randolph, Serjeant-at-law, later Chief Justice of the King's Bench, prosecutes at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 95.
-, warrant addressed by King to, 115.
-, acts for prosecution in Yelverton's trial, 131.
-, letter to Garrat and Lytton, 206.

Crewe, Serjeant. See Crew, Ranulph.

Crichton (Crichtong), Robert, Treasurer of the Cathedral of Wells, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 293.

Crichtong, Robert. See Crichton, Robert.

Cripplegate, London, 253.

Crispe, Sir Henry, of Quakes or Quex, Birchington, co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 13.

Croke (Crooke), Sir John, judge, sentences Anne Turner to death, 23.
-, condemns Franklin to death, 29.

Croke (Carrack) Unton, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, 381.

Cromer [? Sir John Cromer, of Fulston, Sittingbourne], co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.

Cromwell, Henry, Parliamentary commander, son of Oliver Cromwell, his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.

Cromwell, Oliver, Colonel, later General of the Parliamentary forces and Lord Protector, Earl of Salisbury taxed for maintenance of regiment commanded by 286.
-, Cranborne House damaged by troops of, 386.
-, at Cranborne, 386.
-, his soldiers quartered at Rushton, 387.
-, his drummers and trumpeters, 395.
-, his conduct at Essex House criticised, 398.
-, attacked in tract called New Magna Charta, 405, 410.
-, plays the gallant with Mordaunt's wife, 433.

Crooke, Judge. See Croke, Sir John.

Crooke, Richard, mason, to receive Portland stone from Theobalds for Earl of Salisbury's use, 416.

Crooke, Roger, of London, his maid expected to recover from plague, 208.

Crosby, Charles, deputy-keeper of West Bailey Walk, Enfield Chase, abuses committed by, 411.

Croshaw (Crowshoe), Mr, 87.

Crouch, John, witnesses Holtby's deposition, 441.

Crow, Sir Sackville, of Laugharne, co. Carmarthen, mentioned in case concerning ironworks in Forest of Dean, 381.
-, witnesses Holtby's deposition, 441.

Cunningham, William, 9th Earl of Glencairn, opposes nomination of officers of state by Scottish Privy Council, 363.

Cupids Scooles, purchased, 286.

Currey, Thomas, of Cranborne, co. Dorset, complains about conduct of Hill and Hooper, 41. 159.

Curridge, John, tenant to the Earl of Salisbury at Tarrant Rushton, co. Dorset, letter to Stillingfleet, 393.
-, requests consideration because of losses and damage during war, 393.

Cursitors' Alley (Ally), Chancery Lane, London, 453.

Curtius, Quintius, Roman writer (temp Vespasian), purchase of work by, 391.

Customs, complaint against farmers of, 13.
-, lease of custom of silk, etc., 90.

Cutts, Sir Henry, of Binbury, Thurnham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.