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Index: H, I

Pages 509-521

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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Hadde (Hadd), Mr [? Matthew Hadde, Recorder of Canterbury], co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 13.

Hadham, co. Herts, 166.

Hadham, Little (Hadham Parva), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.
-, Earl of Salisbury's elections directive to freeholders within manor of, 209.
-, Thames salmon sent to Arthur Capell's house at, 250, 253.
-, 429.
-, letters dated from, 445, 446.

Hadham, Much (Hadham Magna), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Hadley, co. Herts, right of common in Enfield Chase enjoyed by parish of, 411.

Haggat, Mr [? Humphrey Haggit, of London, lawyer], 393.

Hague, The [S. Holland, Netherlands], 78, 232, 273.
-, letters dated from, 79, 85, 86, 90, 120, 135, 147.
-, King of Bohemia expected at, 147.

Hale, Judge. See Hale, Matthew.

Hale, Sir Matthew, judge, 439.

Hales (Halls), Sir Charles, of Canterbury, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.

Hales (Halles), Sir Edward, of Tenterden and Henden Woodchurch, co. Kent, his estate valued at 3000, 14.

Hales (Halles), William, of Tenterden, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Halford, Captain, 378.

Haligre. See d'Haligre, Etienne.

d'Haligre, Etienne, Chancellor of France, signs marriage contract between Prince Charles and Henrietta Maria, 200.

Haling, co. Kent, letter dated from, 12.

Hall, Captain. See Hall, Henry.

Hall, Charles, petition to Ellesmere, 43.

Hall, Henry, Captain, of Lord Fairfax's Life Guards, his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.

Hall, John, of Willesborough, co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.

Hall, Sir William of Bybrooke, Kennington, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.

Hall, Mr. See Haule, Mr.

Hall, , his evidence produced at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 99, 108.

Halles, Sir Edward. See Hales, Sir Edward.

Halls, Mr, of co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 13.

Hambleden (Hambledon), co. Northants, 116, 121.

Hambleton, Lord Marquis. See Hamilton, John.

Hambleton, Sir James. See Hamilton, Sir James.

Hambridge, Mr, Branksea Island leased to, 177.

Hamilton, Elizabeth, widow of William Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Hamilton, involved in litigation, 430.

Hamilton, James, 2nd Marquis of Hamilton (Hambleton), 84, 141, 146, 192, 197.
-, his verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 112.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.

Hamilton, James, 3rd Marquis (later Duke) of Hamilton, quarrel between Lord Ker and, 368.
-, Lord Ker apologizes in Scottish Parliament to, 368.

Hamilton (Hambleton), Sir James, later Royalist commander, son of Thomas Hamilton, 1st Earl of Haddington, present at quarrel between Marquis of Hamilton and Lord Ker, 368.
-, his troops damage Cranborne House, 375.
-, payment towards quartering soldiers of, 380.

Hamilton, Sir Thomas, of Drumcairn, King's Advocate in Scotland, mentioned in charge of fraudulent dealing brought against 1st Earl of Salisbury, 248.

Hamilton, William, 2nd Duke of Hamilton, 430.

Hammond, Colonel. See Hammond, Robert.

Hammond, Sir Edward, of St. Alban's Court, Nonington, co. Kent, his estate valued at 600, 13.

Hammond (Hamond), Edward, in the service of Arthur Capell, of Little Hadham, co. Herts, witness to marriage contract between Lady Anne Cecil and Arthur Capell, 178.
-, his accounts, 249, 252, 254, 257(2), 264, 265, 267.
-, 295.

Hammond, John [? of Horwellbury, co. Herts.], to provide himself with new horse and pistols, 320.

Hammond, Robert, Colonel, Parliamentary Commander, at Cranborne, 386.
-, 401.

Hammond, Mrs, guest at Hatfield House, 2.

Hamon (Hammond), Mr [? Alexander Hamon, of Acrise], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Hampden (Hamden), John, of Great Hampden, co. Bucks, M.P. for Buckinghamshire, reads Billingsley's and Nutt's examinations in House of Commons, 359.
-, mentioned in political verses, 415.

Hampton Court, Honour of, co. Middlesex, letters, warrants, etc., dated from, 5, 12, 232.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, Count de Dohna's audience with King at, 129.
-, letters dated from, 152(2).
-, 364, 406.

Hanchelt, Thomas, of Braughing, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 125.

Handley (Hanley), co. Dorset, 41.

Hanley. See Handley.

Hanse Towns, Bohemian expectations from friendship of Elector Palatine with, 89.

Harborough (Harborowe), co. Leicester, Sir Thomas Fairfax's army at, 385.

Hardres, Sir Thomas, of Great Hardres, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.

Hardy, Captain, in charge of foot company in Dorset, 354.

Hare, Francis, 45.

Hare, Hugh, 1st Baron Coleraine, 300, 302, 311.

Harflete (Harfleet), Sir Thomas, of Molland Ash, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.

Harman, Sir John, naval commander, later rear-admiral, questioned by House of Commons, 451.

Harnham Bridge, Salisbury, co. Wilts, 46.

Haroden. See Harrowden.

Harpenden (Harpden, Harpeden), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Harrington, Mr, 287, 393.

Harris, Anthony, of Brigstock, co. Northants, 264.

Harris (Harrys), Arthur, of Hayne, co. Devon, Captain of St. Michael's Mount, letter to Council of War, 54.
-, his claim to guns on the Mount, 167.
-, requested to carry out repairs at the Mount, 242.

Harris, Thomas, of the Mount, St. Hilary, co. Cornwall, letters to Keighley, 186, 204.

Harris, Timothy (Haris, Tymothye), 42.

Harris, Mr, procures balsam for Earl of Salisbury's gout, 430.

Harrison, Sir John, of Balls Park, Hertford, co. Herts, 360.

Harrison, John, son of Sir John Harrison, 360.

Harrison, William, 360.

Harrowden (Haroden), co. Northants, letter dated from, 195.

Harrys, Mr. See Harris, Arthur.

Hart, Sir Eustace, of London, his estate in co. Kent valued at 500, 14.

Hart, Sir Percival, of Lullingstone, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Hart, Mr, of Selling, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Hartingfordbury, co. Herts, 121, 126.

Harvey or Hervey, Henry, of Seale, co. Kent, 12.

Harvey (Harveye), Thomas, Lieutenant of St. Michael's Mount, receives war materials allocated to St. Michael's Mount, 243, 244.
-, 253, 257.

Harvey or Hervey, Sir William, of Kidbrooke, Charlton, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Harvey (Harvie), Sir William [? of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London], 76.

Harwich, co. Essex, chosen as rendezvous for soldiers levied in Hertfordshire, 309, 314.

Hastings, Henry, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, (d. 1595), mentioned, 164.

Hastings, Henry, of Woodlands Park, near Horton, co. Dorset, 163.

Hastings, Captain, his soldiers at Rushton, 388.

Hatfield (Bishops Hatfield, Hatffeeld), co. Herts, 1, 128, 268.
-, Earl of Salisbury granted permission to add new chapel to church at, 59.
-, lead and tiles for new chapel, 78.
-, accounts concerning erection of new chapel, 79.
-, house of correction at, 83.
-, Earl of Salisbury's gift to poor of, 87.
-, protest against conversion of fulling mill into corn mill by inhabitants of, 105, 114.
-, reference to survey of manor of, 206.
-, letter dated from, 302.
-, Earl of Salisbury proclaims Charles II King at, 436.
-, naval victory over Dutch celebrated at, 450.
-, pulpit removed in the church at, 451.

Hatfield House (Hatfeeld House), co. Herts, guests at, 1.
-, work to be undertaken at, 3, 256.
-, King James visits, 3, 35.
-, 18, 27, 286, 392, 429.
-, letters dated from, 19, 78, 185, 209, 212, 229, 246, 326.
-, portraits at, 57, 118, 249, 429, 431, 452.
-, deer in house park of, 137.
-, dial plate purchased for, 138.
-, Duke and Duchess of Buckingham to visit, 214.
-, "moveinge motions" shown at, 249.
-, household accounts and expenses at, 270, 271, 285, 288, 323, 382, 390, 391, 403, 417, 426(2), 429, 430, 432(2), 436(2), 438, 439, 450(2), 451, 452, 456.
-, King's portrait taken to, 249.
-, economies to be effected at, 285.
-, Prince Palatine dines at, 289.
-, King Charles I at, 390.
-, warrants from Fairfax to protect deer in, and move horse guard out of, parks at, 391, 401.
-, no soldiers or officers to quarter in, 401.
-, King Charles II visits, 436, 437, 438(2), 439.
-, plate lost during King's stay at, 438.
-, damaged by fire, 450.
-, King's Chamber at, 452.

Hatton, Christopher, 1st Baron Hatton of Kirby, 402.

Hatton, Lady Elizabeth, wife of Sir Edward Coke, reference to her quarrel with Coke, 52.
-, proposal that she be godmother to Charles Cecil, 87.
-, 177.

Hatton, Luke, in the service of Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter, attempt made to suborn, 63, 64.
-, committed close prisoner by Sir Thomas Lake, 65.
-, 66, 72, 73.

Hattone, Lord. See Hatton, Christopher.

Haughley (Hawleigh), co, Suffolk, tithe customs at, 54.

Haulbart, Sir Edelbart (? Sir Adlard Hubbert, of Wainfleet All Saints, co. Lincoln], Geldorp paints portrait of Earl and Countess of Salisbury for, 216.

Haule (Hall), Mr [? Henry Haule, of Chillingston, Maidstone], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Havard, Sir Thomas. See Howard, Sir Thomas.

Havering or Havering-Atte-Bower, co. Essex, letter dated from, 129.
-, Joachimi delivers his speech to King at, 232.
-, 415.

Hawkins, Sir Thomas, of Nash, Boughton-under-Blean, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Hawkins, Walter, 453.

Hawkins, William, witnesses Jephson's deposition, 441.

Hawleigh. See Haughley.

Hawles, Edmund, of Monkton-upWimborne, co. Dorset, Keeper of Cobley Walk, Cranborne Chase, co. Dorset, 41, 58.
-, letters to Keighley, 42, 44, 46.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 46, 50.
-, letter to Dowthwaite, 59.

Hawles, Edward, Keeper of Rushmore Walk, co. Wilts, 41.

Hay, James, Lord Hay, later Viscount Doncaster and 1st Earl of Carlisle, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, 11, 51, 55, 60, 84, 141, 146, 177, 210, 211.
-, requests Earl of Salisbury for hounds to send to France, 85.
-, mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 108.
-, his embassy to France, 151.
-, follows Prince Charles to Spain, 168.
-, at St. Jean-de-Luz, 174.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.
-, signs marriage contract between Prince Charles and Henrietta Maria, 200.
-, 228, 249, 270.
-, his musicians present Earl of Salisbury with a song, 270.

Hay, James, 2nd Earl of Carlisle, sends Spanish geese to Hatfield House, 430.

Hay, Sir John, of Lands, Provost of Edinburgh, called an incendiary by Scottish Parliament, 367.

Hay, Lucy, widow of James Hay, 1st Earl of Carlisle, visits Hatfield House, 431.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 433, 437.

Hayes, Lord. See Hay, James.

Hayman, Sir Peter. See Heyman, Sir Peter.

Haysham, Elizabeth, tenant to the Earl of Salisbury at Cranborne, co. Dorset, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 459.

Hayward, Mr [? Thomas Hayward, of Harty], co. Kent, his estate valued at 700, 14.

Hayward, Mr [? of Isle of Grain], co. Kent, his estate valued, 14.

Hazeler Wood, co. Gloucester, 378.

Heath, Sir Robert, Attorney-General, 203, 222, 224, 225, 264.
-, brings charge of fraudulent dealing against 1st Earl of Salisbury, 248.

Heathy Close (Heathye Cloase), Alderholt, co. Dorset, piece of enclosed land called, 236.

Heidelberg [Germany], letter dated from, 121.

Heigham. See Higham.

Heliodorus, Bishop of Tricca in Thessaly in 4th century A.D., purchase of work by, 388.

Hellams Farm, Edmonton co., Middlesex, proposed sale of Earl of Salisbury's property called, 11.

Helmingham alias Morton, co. Norfolk, 153.

Helston, co. Cornwall, letter dated from, 257.

Helwys (Elwyse, Elwish), Sir Gervase, Lieutenant of the Tower of London, examined at the trial of Anne Turner, 23.
-, 23, 27, 97.
-, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 26.

Hempland (Hemplande), Trowse, co. Norfolk, piece of land called, 19.

Henden, Mr, of Benenden, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.

Henderson, Sir Francis, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber, and in the service of the States General, pardoned for his part in a fatal duel, 79.
-, 90.

Hendley, Sir Thomas, of Coursehorne, Cranbrooke, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.

Hendon, co. Middlesex, letter dated from, 37.

Henley-on-Thames, co. Oxford, Dame Elizabeth Periam's school at, 116.

Henrietta Maria, Princess, daughter of Henry IV, King of France, and wife of Charles I, King of England, articles of treaty of marriage between Prince Charles and, 197.
-, 213, 321, 364(2), 367.
-, gives birth to child, 272.
-, mentioned in Goring's replies to interrogatories concerning plot against Parliament, 357.

Henry II, King of England, mentioned, 216(2).

Henry III, King of England, Coke cites from records of reign of, 109.
-, mentioned, 408.

Henry III, King of France, his portrait at Salisbury House, 251.

Henry IV, King of France, mentioned, 198.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 251.

Henry VII, King of England, mentioned, 5.

Henry the Seaventh, purchase for Earl of Salisbury of Francis Bacon's history of, 158.

Henry VIII, King of England, mentioned, 7, 20, 204, 242, 412.

Henry, Prince of Wales, son of James I, alleged plot to assassinate, 6.
-, 6(2) and n., 7.
-, reference to his funeral, 7(2).
-, Gentleman Usher to. See Abbington, Anthony.

Henshaw, , mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 98, 99.

Herbert, Lord. See Somerset, Edward.

Herbert, Sir Edward, later 1st Baron Herbert of Cherbury, English Ambassador to France, 152, 168.

Herbert, George, divine and poet, purchase of his Poems, 391.

Herbert, Mary, Lady Dowager of Pembroke, widow of William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, 417.

Herbert, Philip, Earl of Montgomery, later 4th Earl of Pembroke and Lord Chamberlain, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, 210, 213, 269, 274, 281, 282(2), 374.
-, petition to, 256.
-, in Scotland, 303.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 316.
-, financial relief granted by Parliament to, 387.
-, last will and testament of, 415.
-, reference to death of, 417, 419 and n.
-, executors of, 419, 427, 428
-, his executors involved in legal proceedings, 423.

Herbert, Philip, Lord Herbert, Parliamentary commander, later 5th Earl of Pembroke, with his soldiers at Cranborne, 386.
-, 423, 454.

Herbert, Susan, Lady Montgomery, wife of Philip Herbert, Earl of Montgomery, 114, 115.

Herbert, William, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, Lord Chamberlain, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 37, 83, 136.
-, owns coppices in Wiltshire, 41.
-, 42, 46(2), 59(2), 60, 84, 85, 87, 118, 131, 135, 141, 146, 163, 191, 192, 193, 197, 200(2), 210, 211, 213(2).
-, King resolves dispute between Buckingham and, 104, 105.
-, his opinion and verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 112.
-, in favour of referring Yelverton to King's clemency, 132.
-, questions Earl of Salisbury's claim to nominate burgess M.P.s for Old Sarum, 136.

Herdson, Mr [? John Herdson, of Tyrlingham, Folkestone], co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Hereford, co. Hereford, 270, 434.
-, Town Clerk of. See Clerk, John.

Herefordshire, warrant from the Commissioners for the Militia of, 434.

Heriot. See Herriot, George.

Heriots, on the manors of Bishopsteignton and Radway in co. Devon, 37.
-, 417.

Hermitage, The, South Mimms, co. Herts, tenement called, 421.

Herrick, Sir William, a London goldsmith, 204.

Herriot (Heriot), George, jeweller to the King, his evidence produced in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 99.

Hertford (Heartforde, Hartford, Harford), co. Herts, munition to be'provided in, 84, 212.
-, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia by, 127.
-, petitions House of Commons in favour of ancient right to elect M.P.s, 148, 150.
-, Bishop of Lincoln recommends Wyn as burgess M.P. for, 192.
-, 206, 312, 313.
-, voting for M.P.s at, 209, 334 and n.
-, letters dated from, 310, 313(2), 314.
-, chosen as rendezvous for soldiers to be sent North, 319.
-, Robert Cecil's sons sent to school at, 431.
-, fire at Hatfield House fought by helpers from, 450.
-, Mayor of. See Card, Edward.

Hertford, hundred of, co. Herts, bailiwick of, 10.
-, 126.
-, Earl of Salisbury's election directive to freeholders of, 188.

Hertford, Countess of. See Seymour, Frances.

Hertford, Marquis of. See Seymour, William.

Hertford Heath, co. Herts, highwayman captured near, 402.

Hertford House, Canon Row, Westminster, letter dated from, 298.

Hertford St. Andrew (Heartforde St. Andrewes), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Hertford St. John (Heartforde St. Johns), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Hertfordshire, collection of free gifts for King in, 15.
-, Privy Council orders review of trained bands, musters, etc., of, 32, 51, 60, 84, 118, 146, 163, 177, 191, 211, 212, 227, 296, 302, 315.
-, Sheriffs of, 53.
-, Sir Julius Caesar resigns office of Custos Rotulorum of, 86.
-, Bohemian Ambassador requests loan for defence of King of Bohemia from, 117.
-, contributions to defence of Bohemia by inhabitants of, 124126, 127, 129(2), 137.
-, Sir Henry Carey's desire to become M.P. for, 136.
-, certificate of musters for, 188.
-, Parliamentary elections in, 188, 205(2), 209.
-, men for service under Mansfeld to be levied in, 197.
-, directives from Privy Council regarding pay, equipment and embarkation of men levied in, 197, 200(2).
-, men to be raised for Low Countries in, 226, 227.
-, further levies in, 227, 228(2), 232(2).
-, King critical of behaviour of soldiers raised in, 228.
-, reference to desertion by men of, 229.
-, abuses in the levying of soldiers in, 233.
-, 254.
-, Privy Council orders provision of gunpowder for trained bands in, 291.
-, men levied for Scottish wars in, 299, 300, 301, 307(2), 308, 314, 315(2), 316, 317(2), 319.
-, criticism of levy arrangements by Deputy-Lieutenants of, 302, 309, 311.
-, opposition to service amongst trained bands of, 311.
-, horse and foot soldiers sent to Highgate from, 312, 313(2).
-, mutinous soldiers to be suppressed by trained bands of, 317.
-, to be put in state of defence, 321, 322.
-, peers to disclose value of their estates in, 445.
-, maintenance of militia in, 486.
-, Escheator of. See Freeman, Mr.

Hertingfordbury (Heartingfordeberry), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Hesse, Maurice, Landgrave of, prepares to oppose Spinola's forces, 122.
-, his picture at Salisbury House, 251.

Hewitt (Hewett, Huett) William, recommended for appointment as vicar of Greasley, 292, 293, 294, 295, 296.

Hewson (Huson), John, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, 395.

Hexham, co. Northumberland, letter dated from, 45.

Heydon, Sir John, Lieutenant of the Ordnance, signs joint letter to Harris, 242.

Heylyn (Hyling), Peter, ecclesiastical writer and anti-Puritan polemicist, mentioned in Sir Benjamin Rudyard's speech in Parliament, 330.

Heyman (Hayman), Sir Peter of Somerfield, Sellindge, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.

Hickling (Hicklinge) Marsh, Wheatacre, co. Norfolk, 178.

Hicks or Hickes, Sir Baptist, of London, mercer and financier, 97, 187.

Hicks, Sir William, of Beverstone Castle, co. Gloucester, mentioned in tract called New Magna Charta, 408.

Hicks, , 287.

Hide, Barnard. See Hyde, Barnard.

Hide, Sir Laurence. See Hyde, Sir Lawrence.

Higgins, Stephen, apothecary, his suit against executors of Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, for payment of debt, 8.

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

Higham (Heigham), co. Suffolk, 192.

Highgate, London, horse and foot soldiers sent from Hertfordshire to, 312, 313(2).

High Park, Greasley, co. Notts, 163, 369.

High Park Wood, Greasley, co. Notts, 362(3).

Hildesley. See Hildesley, Sir Francis.

Hildesley, Sir Francis, former overseer of the King's alum works, mentioned at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 103.

Hill, John, a trooper under the command of Colonel Fleetwood, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 402.
-, gives particulars of capture of a highwayman, 402.

Hill, Oliver, Bailiff of Cranborne, complaints about his conduct, 41, 237.
-, letter to Keighley, 176.

Hill, Robert, Deputy-Steward of Enfield Chase, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 10.

Hill, , in the service of Sir Anthony Ashley, suspected of defaming Ashley, 50.

Hinojosa (Ynojosa), Juan de Mendoza, Marquis of, Spanish Ambassador-Extraordinary to England, Privy Council takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain in presence of, 185.

Hinxworth, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Hippius, Fabianus, German scholar, purchase of work by, 286.

His Excellency. See Nassau, Maurice, Count of.

Hitchin, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within town and parish of, 125.

Hobart, Lord. See Somerset, Henry.

Hobart (Hubbard), Sir Henry, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, receives letter from King concerning Cranborne Chase, 35.
-, Lady Ros examined by, 72.
-, 90.
-, his opinions and verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer, Suffolk, 110, 111, 113.
-, in favour of referring Yelverton to King's clemency, 132.

Hoby (Hobby), Sir Edward, of Minster, Isle of Sheppey, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1500, 14.

Hoddesdon, co. Herts, 115.
-, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 127.
-, Earl of Salisbury's election directive to freeholders of manor of, 188.

Hoddesdonbury, co. Herts, manor of, 10.

Hodgekinson, James, pantler, later housekeeper, at Hatfield House, 247.

Hogmarsh (Hoggmarsh), Belton, co. Suffolk, marsh called, 38.

Hogstock (Hoggstocke) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, in Earl of Salisbury's possession, 140.

Holborn, London, letter dated from Ashley's house in, 50.
-, Sir Thomas Gower arrested in, 271.

Holcroft, Sir Thomas, of Vale Royal, Cheshire, letter from, 115 and n.
-, requests authority to supervise quality of paper, 115.

Holdenby, co. Northants, 394.
-, reference to seizure of King at, 406.

Hole, David, of Wingham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 13.

Holland, 13, 341.
-, House of Lords opens correspondence between King and English Ambassador in, 319.
-, news from, 366.
-, Scottish demand for English naval escort for their ships going to, 347.
-, rumours of impending blockade of Lisbon by ships from Spain and, 444.
-, naval victory over, 450(3).

Holland, Earl of. See Rich, Henry.

Holland, Robert, apothecary, of Fenchurch Street, London, signs receipt, 2.

Holles, Mr. See Holles, Denzil.

Holles, Denzil, parliamentarian, 437.

Holles, Gervase, Master of the Requests, 446.

Holst, Duke of. See Frederick I.

Holstein (Holston), Duke of, valuation of portait of, 418.

Holtby, Marmaduke, formerly of Shackleton, co. Yorks, his deposition, 441.

Holwell, co. Dorset, 207.

Holwell (Hollwell) Mill, Cranborne, co. Dorset, 416.

Holy Island, co. Northumberland, Earl of Traquair takes refuge on King's ship off, 364.

Holy Lamb (Holy Lambe), The, shop in Britain's Burse called, 208.

Holyrood House, Edinburgh, Scotland, Earl of Salisbury admitted member of Council of Scotland at, 271.
-, Lord Ker's offensive behaviour towards Marquis of Hamilton at dinner party in, 368.

Holywell (Hollywell) Ward, St. Albans, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within, 125.

Home, Lieutenant-Colonel. See Hume, Alexander.

Honeygrove (Honigrove) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140.

Honner, Mr, glover, of London, 257.

Honywood (Honniwood), Mr [? Robert Honywood, of Pett's, Charing], co. Kent, his estate valued at 1500, 14.

Honywood, Sir Thomas, of Evington, Elmsted, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.

Hook, Francis (Fraunces), formerly in the service of Franklin's wife, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 26.

Hooper (Hopper), Thomas, Ranger of Cranborne Chase, co. Dorset, letter to Swayne, 17.
-, complaints about conduct of, 41, 160.
-, letter to Dowthwaite, 58.
-, 159, 207, 209, 392.
-, named as one of Earl of Salisbury's enemies, 200.
-, proposes Keighley as burgess M.P. for Old Sarum, 229.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 278.

Hopkins, Lyson, innkeeper, of Pensford, co. Somerset, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 418.

Hopper, Mr. See Hooper, Thomas.

Hopton, Lord. See Hopton, Ralph.

Hopton, Sir Ralph, of Witham near Bath, co. Somerset, later Baron Hopton of Stratton, Royalist general, dispute over land between Earl of Salisbury and, 214, 215.
-, his bailiff seizes Delahay's cattle, 215.
-, his soldiers at Rushton, 388.

Hores Coppice. See Horse Coppice.

Hormead, Great (Hornmead Magna), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Hormead, Little (Hornmead Parva), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Horne, Andrew, a preservator of the Forest of Dean, 401.

Horne, William, of Cheshunt, co. Herts, Earl of Salisbury grants annuity to, 6.

Horne, Mr, in the service of the Countess of Somerset, hatred between Anne Turner and, 29.

Horse (Hores) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140.

Horsemarsh, Belton, co. Suffolk, marsh called, 38.

Horsepoole, Mr [? William Horsepoole, of Great Buckland, Maidstone], co. Kent, his estate valued at 400, 14.

Horses, decision of King and Privy Council regarding compulsory provision of, 298.

Horse racing, at Royston, 166.
-, at Newmarket, 334, 426.
-, 429.

Horsey, Bartholomew, of Alderholt, co. Dorset, illegal digging of turf on Alderholt Heath by tenants of, 236.

Horton, Colonel. See Horton, Thomas.

Horton, Thomas, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, instructed to remove officers and men from Hatfield Park and House, 401.

Hoskins, Captain, in charge of foot company in Dorset, 354.

Hotham, Sir John (senior), of Scorborough, co. Yorks, Parliamentary Governor of Hull, reference to his execution, 411.

Hotham, John, Lieutenant-General, Parliamentary commander and son of Sir John Hotham, reference to his execution, 411.

Houghton, , Sir. See Houghton, Sir Robert.

Houghton, Sir Robert, judge, warrant addressed by King to, 115.

Houghton, Roger, Steward to the Earl of Salisbury, accused by Dackombe of making slanderous statements, 1.
-, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, requested to lend silver dishes to Earl of Shrewsbury, 3.
-, involved in legal proceedings as executor of Robert, Earl of Salisbury, 8.
-, 35, 90, 261.

Houghton, Mrs, wife of Roger Houghton, guest at Hatfield House, 2.

Household, Comptroller of the. See Suckling, Sir John.

Household, Treasurer of the. See Edmondes, Sir Thomas.

House of Commons. See also Parliament, petition from Hertford in favour of ancient right to elect M.P.s to, 148, 150.
-, declaration on behalf of defence of Christian religion made by, 151.
-, Remonstrance against Popery by, 153.
-, King's answer to petition of, 153.
-, engaged in dispute with King over question of privileges, 154.
-, King's instructions to Speaker of, 155.
-, Earl of Southampton examined about his relations with refractory members of, 155.
-, suspicions regarding money for Palatinate shown by members of, 155.
-, opposition to King in, 155.
-, addresses to King by, 156, 208, 243.
-, protest of, 156.
-, statement on financial aid to Palatinate made in, 186.
-, Sir Edward Coke's speech in, 206.
-, King sends peremptory order to Speaker of, 211.
-, Remonstrance to King by, 211.
-, receives political verses from Duke of Buckingham, 243.
-, Felton prompted to assassinate Buckingham by remonstrances of, 245.
-, grievances discussed and voted in, 310.
-, persuades House of Lords to open King's correspondence, 319.
-, Sir Benjamin Rudyard's speech in, 330.
-, decides to contribute towards war expenses incurred by Scots, 342.
-, draws up interrogatories to be answered by Goring relating to conspiracy against Parliament, 356.
-, examinations of persons implicated in conspiracy read in, 359.
-, prohibits possession of weapons by Catholics, 359.
-, orders painted windows in London church to be destroyed, 364.
-, orders removal of altar from St. Paul's, 364.
-, dispute over wearing of hats in Standing Committee between Lords and, 366.
-, impeaches members of House of Lords, 371.
-, its composition criticised in the tract called New Magna Charta, 405 seqq.
-, proposal that there be no distinction between House of Lords and, 408.
-, Earl of Salisbury's case for compensation reported to, 424.
-, impeaches Sir William Penn, 451.
-, Brouncker and Harman questioned by, 451.
-, Prince Rupert reports on naval events to, 454.
-, Speaker of. See Richardson, Thomas; Finch, Heneage.

House of Lords. See also Parliament, Lord Chancellor Bacon's statement and request to, 146.
-, his submission and supplication to, 148, 156.
-, Yelverton's speech in his own defence before, 148.
-, Earl of Arundel's apology to Lord Spencer in, 150.
-, contacts between House of Commons and, 155.
-, controversy between Marquis of Buckingham and Earl of Southampton in, 155.
-, statement on financial aid to Palatinate made in, 186.
-, King's speech to, 191.
-, Earl of Bristol's petition to, 210.
-, Earl of Bristol defends himself at the bar of, 224, 225, 226.
-, speeches on articles of impeachment against Duke of Buckingham before committee of, 210, 211.
-, receives message from King on prerogative of imprisonment without cause assigned, 243, 247.
-, persuaded by House of Commons to open King's correspondence, 319.
-, generally opposed to the order for removal of communion tables, 364.
-, opposes wearing of hats by Commons in Standing Committee, 366.
-, censures Earl of Salisbury for leaving it to join King, 370(2).
-, House of Commons impeaches members of, 371.
-, proposal for the abolition of, 408.
-, bill for Lord Roos's divorce expected to meet strong opposition in, 444.

Houses of Correction, King's order regarding erection of, 83.
-, to be built at Hatfield, 83.

Howard, Colonel. See Howard, Charles; Howard, Thomas.

Howard, Lady. See Howard, Mary.

Howard, Lord. See Howard, Lord William.

Howard of Charleton, Lord. See Howard, Charles.

Howard, Catherine, Countess of Suffolk, 2nd wife of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, implicated in charges brought against Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 94102, 103, 104, 105 113.
-, 195.

Howard, Charles, Baron Howard of Charleton and Viscount Andover, later 2nd Earl of Berkshire, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 447, 448(3).

Howard, Sir Charles, son of Sir William Howard, of Lingfield, co. Surrey and nephew of Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham, his reputation as a "begging suitor" to King, 105.

Howard, Sir Charles, son of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, guest at Hatfield House, 2.

Howard, Charles, son of Sir William Howard and nephew of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, 209.

Howard, Charles, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, at Cranborne, 386.

Howard, Sir Edward, son of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, 202.

Howard, Elizabeth, Lady Walden, wife of Theophilus Howard, Lord Walden, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 193.

Howard, Henry, 1st Earl of Northampton (d. 1614), mentioned, 8, 262.

Howard, Henry, son of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, guest at Hatfield House, 1.

Howard, Henry, Earl of Surrey (executed 1547), mentioned, 150.

Howard, James, 3rd Earl of Suffolk mentioned in tract called, New Magna Charta, 408.

Howard, Mary, Lady, wife of Sir Charles Howard, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, 195.

Howard, Theophilus, Lord Walden, son of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, oath administered to him as Captain of King's Gentlemen Pensioners, 209.

Howard, Thomas, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Lord Chamberlain, later Lord High Treasurer, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, 11, 34, 51, 60, 77 and n., 90, 114, 115(2), 174, 195, 202, 262.
-, King's gift of deer to, 17 and n.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 34, 206, 209.
-, to attend christening of Viscount Cranborne, 134.
-, his examination on charges of financial malpractices, 94 102, 103, 104, 105113.
-, his examination disturbed by noise of Lord Mayor's arrival at Westminster, 102.
-, final speeches and verdict in the examination of, 109114.
-, his malpractices estimated to have cost King 51,000, 109.

Howard, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Arundel and Surrey, Earl Marshal of England, 141, 177, 191, 192, 193, 197, 200, 322.
-, apologizes to Lord Spencer in House of Lords, 150.
-, his annuity from Exchequer frozen by Lord Treasurer Cranfield, 159.
-, almost killed in coach accident in London, 164.

Howard, Thomas, 3rd Duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), mentioned, 150.

Howard (Havard), Sir Thomas, later Viscount Andover and 1st Earl of Berkshire, son of Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
-, mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 96, 101.
-, 162, 174, 193, 210.
-, follows Prince Charles to Spain, 168.
-, at Bayonne, 174.

Howard, Thomas, Colonel, Royalist commander, at Chipping Campden, 376.

Howard, Lord William, of Naworth Castle, co. Cumberland, 287, 288.

Howard, , 159.

Howell, Mr, sent to Keighley with specimen of raw tin ore, 226.

Howse, Edmund, of North Tuddenham, co. Norfolk, sued for debt, 78.

Howse, James, of Besthorpe, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 188.

Howse, Richard, of Besthorpe, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 188.

Howyell, Thomas, of North Tuddenham, co. Norfolk, sued for debt, 78.

Hubbard, Lord. See Hobart, Sir Henry.

Hubberd, John [? John Hobart, innkeeper, of Norwich, co. Norfolk], sues Baliston, 53.

Hudgebant, Charles, a merchant, signs joint petition to Privy Council, 138.

Hugh, a footman at Hatfield House, pawns livery sword at his departure, 382.

Huguenots (Huganettes). See also Protestants, French, reference to, 284.

Hull, co. Yorks, 409.

Humbershaones. See Humbershoe.

Humbershoe (Humbershaones), Studham, co. Herts, 440.

Hume (Home), Alexander, Lieutenant-Colonel in the Scottish army, charges of his regiment, 336.

Humphreys, [? Michael Humphrey, of St. Martin's-in-theFields, London], implicated in financial malpractices of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 95, 97, 98, 99(3), 103, 106, 108(2), 109.

Hungary, Bohemian expectations from alliance between Elector Palatine and, 89.
-, 92.
-, Bohemian Estates on good terms with, 94.
-, Bethlen Gabor said to have been crowned King of, 119, 122.
-, King of Bohemia entertains envoy from, 122.
-, meeting at Neusole of Estates of, 122.

Hungarians, description of exploits of, 123, 133.

Hunsdon, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey, Henry.

Huntingdon (Huntington), co. Hunts, letter dated from, 37.
-, tenants of Brigstock pay towards maintenance of garrison at, 383.
-, King at, 383.

Huntingdon, Earl of. See Hastings, Henry.

Huntington. See Huntingdon.

Huson, Colonel. See Hewson, John.

Hussey, Thomas, of Shapwick, co. Dorset, in charge of troop of horse in Dorset, 354.

Hussey, Captain, in charge of foot company in Dorset, 354.

Hussey Spring [? Greasley], co. Notts, 163.

Hutton, Mr Justice. See Hutton, Sir Richard.

Hutton, Sir Richard, Justice of the Common Pleas, 276.

Hyde (Hide), Barnard, of St. Saviour's, Southwark, London, 261.

Hyde (Hide), Edward, of Great Hadham, co. Herts, witness to marriage contract between Lady Anne Cecil and Arthur Capell, 178.
-, letter to Keighley, 204.
-, 234, 235, 269(2).

Hyde (Hide), Sir Lawrence, Queen's Attorney, uncle of Edward Hyde, later Earl of Clarendon, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 24.

Hyde, Sir Nicholas, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 254.

Hyde, Theophilus, in the service of Lord Capell, 361(2).

Hyde Farm, Damerham, co. Wilts, plundered and damaged by Royalist and Parliamentary soldiers, 392.

Hyde (Hide) Park, London, Prado in Madrid compared to, 174.

Hyling, Dr. See Heylyn, Peter.

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

Imperial Council, 93.

Imperial Diet, 92.

Inchgarvie (Inchgarvy), Island of, Firth of Forth, Scotland, Scots build fortifications at, 335.

Inchiquin, Lord. See O'Brien, Murrough.

Indies, Council of the, 171, 172, 173, 174.

Infanta, The. See Isabella; Maria.

Infantado, Duke of. See Mendoza.

Infante Cardinal. See Ferdinand.

Inglond, Christopher. See England, Christopher.

Ingram, Sir Arthur, of York, courtier and financier, mentioned in the examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 98, 99, 101, 102, 103, 108.

Insula Brownsea. See Branksea Island.

Ippollitts (Ippollets), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, suggested that magazine of munition be established in, 220.

Irchester, co. Northants, rectory of, 56.

Ireland, Lord Treasurer Suffolk charged with mishandling funds assigned to, 96, 97, 106, 107, 109, 111.
-, 156, 246, 266, 410.
-, King of Spain suspected of fomenting rebellion in, 218(2).
-, alleged popularity of Spaniards in, 218.
-, defence requirements of, 220.
-, proposals for better conditions of trade and commerce between England, Scotland and, 347, 348, 349.
-, payments towards Parliamentary forces in, 379, 380, 385, 391, 403.
-, reference to plunder by soldiers from Ireland during war, 392.

Ireland, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas of. See Lowther, Sir Gerard.

Ireland, High Treasurer of. See Chichester, Arthur.

Ireland, Lord Deputy of. See Wentworth, Sir Thomas.

Ireland, Master of the Rolls of. See Wandesford, Christopher.

Ireland, Thomas, a physician of Bath, signs certificate, 2.

Ireton, Prince. See Ireton, Henry.

Ireton, Henry, Parliamentary cavalry commander, attacked in tract called New Magna Charta, 405, 410.

Irun (Yrun) [Spain], Prince Charles in, 168.

Isabella, Infanta of Spain and wife of Archduke Albert, Governor of the Low Countries, (d. 1621), her portrait at Salisbury House, 251.

Italy, 52, 122, 217, 439.
-, forces said to be marching to join Bucquoy from, 104.
-, Prince of Piedmont said to be bringing forces to French Dowager Queen's aid from, 120.

Italy, Council of, 171, 172, 173, 174.

Iver (Ivor), co. Bucks, manor of, 7.