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Index: B

Pages 299-309

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 24, Addenda, 1605-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1976.

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B

Baas, co. Herts.
-, manor of, 108

Babington, Gervase, Bishop of Worcester
-, request from, 96

Baboons (Bavians)
-, exhibition of, 72

Babstock Coppice, Enfield Chase, co. Middlesex
-, 222

Backhouse, Richard, tenant of the manor of Muchland, co. Lancs.
-, petition to Commissioners for Leases, 154

Bacon, Mr. See Bacon, Sir Francis

Bacon (Sir) Francis, later SolicitorGeneral, Lord Chancellor and 1st Baron Verulam
-, 104, 108, 123 and n
-, lampooned in verses, 240

Baddiley, Cheshire
-, advowson of, 114, 115

Bagan, Edward (Edmund), footman in the service of Sir Robert Cecil
-, petitions to Cecil, 132, 208

Bagnall, Blanche, Lady, widow of Sir Samuel Bagnall
-, petition to Cecil, 87

Bagnall, Sir Samuel, of Narrow Water, co. Down, Ireland (d 1606)
-, mentioned, 87

Bagott, Mr., of Blyfield, Cheshire
-, 195

Bahere, Isaac, messenger of the King's Chamber
-, petition to Cecil, 220

Baker, George, surgeon to the King
-, his allowance 64
-, petition to Privy Council, 229 and n

Baker, Henry, grandnephew of William Blount, 4th Lord Mountjoy
-, his petition, 72
-, 107

Baker, Joan, wife of Nicholas Baker
-, petition to Cecil, 160

Baker, John, son of Nicholas Baker
-, his wardship, 160

Baker, Nicholas, of Thornbury, co. Gloucester (d 1608)
-, gravely ill, 160 and n

Baker, Robert, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Baker, William, of Abergavenny, testifies against recusants, 242

Balantyne, Sir Lewis, of Auchnowle, Justice-Clerk of Scotland (d 1591)
-, mentioned, 34

Balchin,
-, referred to as "honest Balchin" in verses, 284

Baldwin (Baldwyn), William, in the service of the late Mary, Queen of Scots
-, his allowance, 68

Bales, Peter, of London, scrivener, teacher of writing to Prince Henry
-, petition to Cecil, 107

Balfour (Balfoure), Sir Henry, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 62

Balfour (Balfoure), Sir Michael, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 62

Baliano, Ascanio, preacher of the Italian Church in London
-, signs receipt, 230

Ball. See Ball, John

Ball, Edward [? Groom of the Privy Chamber to the King]
-, petition to Cecil, 81

Ball, John, a King's prisoner
-, 70

Ballastage
-, office of, 215

Ballinasloe, co. Galway, Ireland
-, 41

Baltic or Eastland Company, of London
-, 195

Baltic Sea
-, 99

Bancroft, Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury
-, 147

Banister. See Banister, John

Banister, John, of Bermondsey, co. Surrey
-, occupies shop and wharf, 285

Banister, Richard, of Wem, Shropshire, recusant
-, alleged subversive activities of, 56

Banister, Thomas, in the service of Thomas Lawley, of Prestwood, co. Stafford
-, his allowance for action against Gunpowder Plot conspirators, 68

Bankes, Thomas, of Hanslope, co. Bucks.
-, 186

Barbary
-, Dutch to be freed and aided throughout, 31
-, 101, 148

Barber, Roger, of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk, deceased
-, wardship of his heir, 81 and n

Barcocke, William, curate of Great Linstead, co. Suffolk, later Rector of Stuckbury, co. Norfolk
-, petitions to Cecil, 12 (2)

Barcocke, William, yeoman, father of William Barcocke
-, 12

Barham, Thomas, of Teston, co. Kent
-, petition to Privy Council, 30

Barkeley, Lord. See Berkeley, Henry

Barkeley, Anne. See Berkeley, Anne

Barker, Richard, Yeoman of the King's Guard
-, petition to Cecil, 133

Barker, William, prebendary of Ripon
-, signs petition to Cecil, 52

Barkesdale. See Barkesdale, Ralph

Barkesdale, Ralph, of London, merchant
-, 70

Barlow, William, Dean of Chester
-, petition to Cecil, 49

Barnaby, Robert, prisoner in the King's Bench prison
-, petition to King, 81

Barnard's Castle, co. Durham
-, 174

Barn Elm, Kensington, London, residence of Sir John Kennedy
-, 182

Barners, William, of London, merchant
-, petition to Cecil, 181

Barnes, Anne, of Newport Pagnell, co. Bucks., deceased
-, mentioned, 290

Barney, Sir Thomas, of Redham, co. Norfolk, J.P.
-, intervenes on behalf of Christian Weech, 109

Barnstaple, co. Devon
-, 173

Barnwall, Mary, wife of Sir Patrick Barnwall
-, petition to Cecil, 97

Barnwall, Sir Patrick, of Crickstown, co. Meath, Ireland
-, 97, 98

Barnwood, co. Bucks.
-, Forest of, 160

Barrett, Edward, Lord Barrett of Newburgh
-, signs directive from Privy Council, 271

Barrett, Richard, prisoner in the Gatehouse
-, petition to Cecil, 101

Barrett, William, of London, member of the Company of Stationers
-, bill for books delivered by, 205

Barrett, Mr.
-, informed by Gunpowder Plot conspirators of concealment of treasure, 35

Barrett, Mr.
-, visits Italy and Rome, 147

Barrington, John
-, witnesses agreement between Cecil and Lady Hunsdon, 205

Barry, Lord. See Barry, David

Barry, David, 3rd Viscount Barry, of Barry Court, co. Cork, Ireland
-, 83

Barry, John, brother of David Barry, Lord Barry
-, 83

Barry, Mathias, Captain
-, letter to Collins, 279

Bartholomew, , a gardener
-, refuses to go to Hatfield, 176

Bartie, Anne, in the service of Princess Mary
-, her allowance, 67

Bartlett, Lady
-, her allowance, 67

Bartlett, Sir Maurice. See Berkeley, Sir Maurice

Bartlett, Thomas
-, petition to Cecil, 208

Barton, co. Gloucester
-, manor of, 170, 171

Barton-upon-Humber, co. Lincoln
-, 192

Barttelot, Henry, of Stopham, co. Sussex
-, petition to Cecil, 213

Barwicke, Lord of. See Home, George

Barwyck. See Berwick

Basilden, Cheshire
-, waste called, 114, 115

Basilikon Doron, The, by James I, King of England
-, translated into French, 294

Basill (Basyll), Simon, Surveyor of the King's works
-, countersigns de Critz's bill, 103
-, signs accounts, 153

Baskerville (Baskervyll), Mr.
-, visits Italy and Rome, 147

Bassano, Andrew, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Bassano, Arthur, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Bassano, Edward, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Bassano, Jerome, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Bassano, Scipio, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Bassett, Mrs. See Bassett, Judith

Bassett, Elizabeth, Lady, wife of Sir Robert Bassett
-, complaint against, 100

Bassett, John, of Boston, co. Lincoln, merchant
-, petition to Cecil, 132

Bassett, John, of Enfield, co. Middlesex
-, 11

Bassett, Judith, widow of William Bassett
-, 195

Bassett, Sir Robert, of Heanton Punchardon, co. Devon
-, 100, 106
-, his wife. See Bassett, Elizabeth

Bassett, William, of Langley, co. Derby (d 1601)
-, mentioned, 195

Bassett Pit, co. Notts.
-, coalmining accounts for, 138

Bassingbourne (Bassingeborne), co. Cambridge
-, manor of, 250

Basyll, Simon. See Basill, Simon

Batchelor, Henry, tenant of the manor of Mildenhall
-, complaints against, 227

Bath, co. Somerset
-, Cecil goes to, 203
-, 281

Bath and Wells, co. Somerset
-, Dean and Chapter of, 232
-, Dean of. See Meredith, Richard

Batten, Henry, Sergeant-at-Arms
-, his allowance, 65

Batts, Thomas, tenant in Brigstock Park
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, 279

Batty, Matthew, formerly in the service of Lord Monteagle, now prisoner in the Gatehouse
-, petition to Cecil, 36
-, reference to his release, 91

Bavians. See Baboons

Baxter, John, of Derby
-, petition to Cecil, 195

Baynton, Andrew, of Bromham, co. Wilts.
-, 137 and n

Bayonne [Basses-Pyrnes, France]
-, Governor of, 178

Baysell, Joseph, in the service of John Billot
-, signs receipt, 230

Bayton, co. Worcester
-, 282

Beacher, Mr. See Beecher, William

Beale, William, of Stoke Orchard, co. Gloucester
-, 181 and n

Beau, William, prebendary of Ripon
-, petition to Cecil, 40
-, signs petition to Cecil, 52

Beauchamp, John, of Powick, co. Worcester
-, petition to Cecil, 6

Beaufort, Sir Thomas, of Edmondscote, co. Warwick, Sheriff of Warwickshire
-, 91 and n

Beaumont, Christophe de Harlay, Comte de, French Ambassador to England
-, entertained at Theobalds, 30
-, 43, 54, 71, 100, 106

Beauvais, Bishop of. See Blancmnil

Beauvale (Bevall), co. Notts.
-, 138

Beauvoir. See Belvoir Castle

Becket, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury (d 1170)
-, ode in Latin to, 292
-, copy of his speech to Pope Alexander, 292

Beckington, co. Somerset
-, 198
-, parson of. See Walkwood, Tobias

Beconsaw, Peter, prisoner in the Fleet
-, petition to Cecil, 130

Bedford, Earl of. See Russell, Edward; Russell, Francis; Russell, William

Bedford, John, of Limehouse, London
-, reference to his imprisonment in Spanish galleys, 178

Bedford House, Bloomsbury, London
-, 235

Bedlam, prison, London
-, Cecil's gift of money to prisoners in, 207
-, Keeper of. See Lansdale, Richard

Bedwell, co. Herts.
-, manor of, 196

Beecher (Beacher), William, secretary to the English Ambassador in France
-, 190

Beeston, Sir Hugh, of Beeston, Cheshire
-, 195

Beguines
-, religious order of, 76

Bell, Robert, of London, merchant
-, his account for transporting stone from Caen, 90, 91, 177, 190
-, letter to Wilson, 176

Bell, The
-, shop in Britain's Burse called, 274

Bellenden, William, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Belleville, Monsieur, of Paris
-, 200

Bellievre, Sieur. See Bellivre, Nicolas de

Bellivre, Nicolas de, Counsellor of the Parlement of Paris
-, 166

Bellingard, Baron. See Monson, William

Bell Metal
-, agreement concerning production of, 196

Bellott (Billett), Thomas, Gentleman Usher to Sir Robert Cecil
-, letter to, 122
-, 208 and n

Belman, Robert, of Padstow, co. Cornwall
-, petition to Cecil, 100

Belon, William, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Belson, John, soldier
-, petition to Cecil, 220

Beltarbert, Baron. See Pope, William

Belvoir (Beauvoir, Bewer) Castle, co. Leicester
-, activities of Royalist garrison of, 280
-, letter dated from, 286

Bendysh Hall, co. Essex
-, sale of trees on manor of, 259

Benjamin of Tudela, Jewish traveller (fl 12th century)
-, his statistics about Jews, 250

Bennett, Anthoine, footman to the late Queen Elizabeth
-, his allowance, 67

Bennett, John, Sergeant-at-Arms
-, his allowance, 66

Bennett, Richard, of London, later mercer
-, letter to, 211

Bentheim (Benthem, Benton) Martin van, painter
-, makes pictures for glass windows of chapel at Hatfield, 185

Benton, Mr. See Bentheim, Martin van

Berehaven, co. Cork, Ireland
-, 9

Berkeley, Mr. See Berkeley, Richard

Berkeley (Barkeley), Anne
-, her allowance, 67

Berkeley (Barkeley), Henry, 7th Lord Berkeley
-, involved in dispute over Kingswood Forest, 170, 171

Berkeley, John, the King's Falconer
-, his allowance, 63

Berkeley (Bartlett), Sir Maurice, of Bruton, co. Somerset, M.P. for Minehead
-, 157

Berkeley, Richard [ ? of Stoke, co. Gloucester]
-, involved in dispute over Kingswood Forest, 170, 171

Berkhamstead, co. Herts.
-, manor of, 196

Berkshire
-, Duchy of Lancaster's manors in, 250

Berkshire, Lord of. See Howard, Thomas

Bermondsey, Southwark, co. Surrey
-, 226, 276
-, survey and maps of the property of William, Earl of Salisbury in, 275, 285
-, fortifications at, 290

Berry (Berrey), Francis
-, paid for making speech at Britain's Burse, 169

Berwick (Berwicke), co. Essex
-, manor of, 250

Berwick (Barwyck), co. Northumberland
-, 13, 19, 32, 52, 132, 174, 180
-, Commander of garrison at. See Bowyer, Sir William
-, Comptroller of garrison at. See Crane, John
-, Treasurer at. See Bowes, Sir William

Betfield. See Bettisfield

Bettings, Cobham, co. Kent
-, land called, 179 and n

Bettisfield (Betfield), co. Flint
-, 56

Betts, Cobham, co. Kent
-, land called, 179 and n

Betty, Lady [ ? Lady Elizabeth Manners, daughter of John Manners, 8th Earl of Rutland, and sister of Margaret Cecil, Viscountess Cranborne, wife of James Cecil, Viscount Cranborne]
-, 286

Bewer. See Belvoir Castle

Bible, The
-, shop in Britain's Burse called, 274

Bickford, Mr. See Bickford, Thomas

Bickford, Thomas, a locksmith
-, 141

Bilborough, Richard, a forger
-, 28

Billett, Mr. See Bellot, Thomas

Billiards
-, reference to, 202

Billingsley, Sir Henry, Alderman of London
-, his dispute with John Killigrew, 19
-, involved in case concerning Kingswood Forest, 170, 171

Billingsley, Dame Mary, daughter of Sir John Killigrew, and wife of Sir Henry Billingsley
-, her dispute with her brother, 19

Billingsley, Thomas, of London, merchant
-, petitions to Cecil, 125 (2)

Billot, John, stationer
-, his bill for books, 229

Bilson, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester
-, Cecil's letter to, 47
-, 162

Binean, John, of Bristol
-, testifies against recusants, 243

Bingley, John, in the service of Sir George Carew
-, 88, 181

Biondi (Biondy), Giovanni Francesco, in the service of Sir Henry Wotton
-, receives gift of money from Viscount Cranborne, 200

Biondy, Sign. See Biondi, Giovanni Francesco

Birchmore, Thomas, Groom of the Bedchamber to Prince Henry
-, his allowance, 64

Bird,
-, accuses Wright of conspiring against King and Prince of Wales, 227

Bird in Hand, The
-, shop in Britain's Burse called, 274

Birkett, John, King's Attorney in Munster, Ireland
-, petition to Cecil, 105

Bishop Auckland, co. Durham
-, letter dated from, 174

Bishopsgate (Bishippes Gate) London
-, 81

Bitton (Bitton Hanham), co. Gloucester
-, 170

Blackall, Christopher, of Totnes, co. Devon
-, 144

Blackbird, The
-, shop in Britain's Burse called, 274

Blackfriars, London
-, names of gentlemen residing in, 123

Blague, Thomas, Dean of Rochester
-, 232

Blake, William, of London, a surveyor
-, petition to Cecil, 143

Blake, , in the service of Prince Henry
-, his allowance, 64

Blakeney, co. Norfolk
-, Guthrie's ship plundered by the Valentine of, 247

Blancke, Nicholas, factor to Thomas Marchant in Spain
-, 178

Blancmnil, Ren Potier de, Bishop of Beauvais
-, 165

Bland, George, of Chancery Lane, London
-, witnesses agreement between Cecil and Lady Hunsdon, 205

Blaxton or Blakiston, George, brother of Sir William Blaxton
-, petition to King, 194

Blaxton or Blakiston, Humphrey, brother of Sir William Blaxton
-, petition to King, 194

Blaxton or Blakiston, Robert, brother of Sir William Blaxton
-, petition to King, 194

Blaxton or Blakiston, Sir William, of Blakiston, co. Durham, recusant
-, 194

Blickling Hall, co. Norfolk
-, 244

Blocke, Katherina, formerly Maid of the Bedchamber to the Queen
-, returns to Denmark, 215

Blount, Charles, 8th Baron Mountjoy and Earl of Devonshire, former Lord Deputy of Ireland (d 1606)
-, 72 and n
-, mentioned, 72 (3), 87, 107, 120, 122, 197

Blount, Sir Edward, cousin of Charles Blount, Earl of Devonshire
-, 232

Blount, James, Captain, in the service of the Archdukes
-, 100

Blount, John, Captain, in the service of the Archdukes
-, 100

Blount, John, of Eye, co. Hereford, J.P.
-, 193

Blount, Mountjoy, 1st Earl of Newport
-, creation of his title, 266
-, polemical attack on, 277

Blount, Sir Thomas Pope, of Tyttenhanger, co. Herts., Deputy-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire
-, 232
-, signs joint letters to William, Earl of Salisbury, 268, 270, 273

Blounts, co. Herts.
-, manor of, 196

Blue Boar, The
-, shop in Britain's Burse called, 274

Bluet, John, prisoner in the Marshalsea
-, petition to Cecil and Privy Council, 4

Blyfield, Cheshire
-, 195

Bochan (? Buchan), Jacques, in the service of the Queen
-, his allowance, 65

Boden, William [? of co. Dorset]
-, charged with illegal hunting, 234

Bodin, Jean, French political writer and jurist (d 1596)
-, copy of his Methodus ad facilem historiarum cognitionem, bought for Cecil's library, 151

Bodren, Arthur, in the service of Princess Mary
-, his allowance, 67

Bogdan, Stefan, Prince of Moldavia
-, plea to Cecil on behalf of, 23

Bohemia
-, King denies having advised Elector Palatine to become King of, 238
-, King's opinion on monarchical institution in, 238

Boisbelle. See Bosbelle

Boland, John, Burgomaster of Cologne
-, Cecil requested to write to, 218

Boldero, Henry [? of Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk]
-, petition to Cecil, 207 and n
-, requests licence to travel to Constantinople, 207

Bolles,
-, his allowance for action against Gunpowder Plot conspirators, 68

Bonaventure, The, of Barnstaple
-, pressed into late Queen Elizabeth's service, 173

Bond, Thomas, an official of the King's Wardrobe
-, petition to Cecil, 111

Bonham, Thomas, of London, physician
-, University of Cambridge's protest over case of, 240

Bonshawe, The, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
-, 175

Booker, John, of London, astrologer
-, his Almanack purchased, 282

Books
-, printers arrested for publishing prohibited, 26
-, 109
-, in library of Salisbury House, 149
-, bills for, 151, 152, 205, 229, 282
-, in library of William, Earl of Salisbury, 231

Boord, Captain [ ? Captain George Borde, English pirate]
-, reference to his imprisonment in Spain, 178

Booth, Roger, of Watford, co. Herts.
-, petitions to Cecil, 17, 22
-, petitions to King, 22, 28

Boothes, The, co. Lancs.
-, 15

Boothowse, William, of London, brewer
-, petition to Cecil, 76

Bordeaux (Bourdeaux, [Gironde, France])
-, 43
-, letter dated from, 176

Borlas, Lady [ ? Alice, Lady Borlase, wife of Sir John Borlase, of Medmenham, co. Bucks.]
-, her allowance, 67

Borstade, Michael, of Oslo, Norway
-, petition to King, 71

Borswell, William, of Kirkwall, Orkney
-, petition to King, 225

Bosbelle (Boisbelle)
-, French lampoon entitled Privileges Franchises et libertes de la ville capitale de la souverainete de, 165
-, 168n

Bostock, Elizabeth, wife of William Bostock
-, petition to Cecil, 209

Bostock, William, in the service of the Duchess of Feria
-, committed to Gatehouse, 209

Boston, co. Lincs.
-, 132

Boteler, Henry, Captain, former Muster-Master of Hertfordshire
-, 268

Boteler or Butler, Jane, wife of Sir Philip Boteler
-, petition to Cecil, 94

Boteler (Butler), John, Baron Boteler
-, creation of his title, 266

Boteler or Butler, Sir John, of Woodhall in Watton, co. Herts., Deputy-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire
-, appointed to supervise weaving industry at Hatfield, 236
-, signs joint letters to William, Earl of Salisbury, 268, 270, 273

Boteler or Butler, Sir Philip, of Woodhall in Watton, co. Herts.
-, 95 and n

Boucher, John, Mayor of Bristol
-, 156

Boughton, Mr.
-, visits Italy and Rome, 147

Bouillon (Bullyon), Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne, Duc de, Marshal of France
-, letters sent by Synod of La Rochelle to, 117
-, 167
-, in London, 211

Boule, Mr. See Bowle, John

Bourdeaux. See Bordeaux

Boveridge, co. Devon
-, 261
-, letter dated from, 264

Bowdler, Mr. See Bowdler, Richard

Bowdler, Richard, of London, merchant
-, 190

Bowes, George, of Streatlam, co. Durham, deceased, former Constable of Raby Castle
-, mentioned, 83, 84

Bowes, George, of Biddick, co. Durham, son of George Bowes
-, 84

Bowes, Magdalen, widow of George Bowes, of Streatlam, co. Durham
-, petition to Cecil, 83

Bowes, Sir Robert, former English Ambassador to Scotland (d 1597)
-, mentioned, 32

Bowes, Sir William, of Streatlam, co. Durham, Treasurer at Berwick
-, 32, 83

Bowey or Bovy, James, Sergeant of the Cellar to the King
-, his allowance, 63

Bowle (Boule), John, in the service of Sir Robert Cecil
-, 205

Bowling, Thomas, of St. Botolph's, London
-, 81

Bowman, Margaret, sister-in-law to Matthew Clayton
-, petition to Cecil, 54
-, 55n

Bowyer, Sir Edmund, of Camberwell, co. Surrey, J. P.
-, 122

Bowyer, Sir William, Captain, later Commander of the garrison at Berwick
-, 13

Boyland or Bowland, Dudley, brother-in-law to Richard Wingfield
-, 11
-, petition to Cecil, 11

Boyle, Sir Richard, Clerk to the Council of Munster
-, 159

Boynville, Sieur
-, 166

Boys
-, take part in entertainment at Theobalds, 137
-, perform in library at Salisbury House, 149
-, 168 (2)

Boyte, John [ ? of co. Dorset]
-, charged with illegal hunting, 234

Brabant, , of Milford Lane, London, attorney
-, 70

Brabazon, Anthony, of Esker, Offally, King's County, Ireland, deceased
-, mentioned, 41

Bradley, William, in the service of Sir Henry Bromley
-, petition to Cecil, 57

Bradon Heath (Braydon Heath) Shropshire
-, 56

Bradshaw, Richard, of Wycombe, co. Bucks., schoolmaster
-, complaints against, 13, 14

Bradshaw, Thomas, Sergeant-atArms
-, his allowance, 65

Brake, Robert, of London, goldsmith, prisoner in the King's Bench prison
-, petition to Cecil, 12

Bramedge, Thomas, of London, saddler
-, petition to King, 34

Brames, Daniel. See Breames, Daniel

Brampton, co. Hunts.
-, manor of, 41

Bramston, Robert, prisoner in the King's Bench prison
-, 120

Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk (d 1545)
-, mentioned, 7, 106

Branksea or Brownsea Island, co. Dorset
-, map and description of, 293

Brass
-, agreement concerning production of, 196

Braughing (Braughin), co. Herts.
-, hundred of, 273

Braydon Heath. See Bradon Heath

Brazil [South America]
-, 212

Breames (Brames), Daniel, of London, merchant
-, his complaints against Spanish Customs officials, 93

Brecknockshire
-, 196, 221

Brede, John, Master of the Charity
-, 155

Brett, Thomas [ ? of Chiddington, co. Kent], in the service of William, Earl of Salisbury
-, 230
-, appointed to supervise weaving industry at Hatfield, 236

Brewhouse, The, Westminster, London
-, tenement called, 54

Brews, John, of co. Suffolk
-, his wardship, 17 and n

Brian, Mr. See Lynch, Brian

Brickhill, co. Bucks.
-, 123

Bridewell, The, prison, London
-, 226

Bridge, John, in the service of Mr. Pykarell
-, his petition, 224

Bridgehead Lands, [ ? London]
-, 208

Bridges, John, Bishop of Oxford
-, petition to Cecil, 56

Bridges, Mrs.
-, her allowance, 67

Bridgnorth, Shropshire
-, petition to Cecil from inhabitants of, 197

Bridgwater, co. Somerset
-, 279
-, letter dated from, 281

Brigstock (Bristocke), co. Northants.
-, map of parks at, 275
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, from tenants at, 279
-, distrained cattle brought to, 280
-, letter dated from, 280
-, Bailiff of. See Jackson, Nicholas

Brigstock, Nicholas, tenant in Brigstock Park
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, 279

Bringwood, co. Hereford
-, 193

Bristocke. See Brigstock

Bristol, co. Gloucester
-, 13, 156, 190, 198, 212, 223, 235, 243
-, Mayor and Aldermen of, 235
-, Parliamentary forces preparing to attack, 281
-, Mayor of. See Boucher, John

Britain's Burse or The New Exchange, Durham House, Strand, London
-, stone brought from Caen for building works at, 90
-, King attends play at, 168
-, Berry paid for making speech at, 169
-, 201, 232, 281, 288
-, plans of, 264
-, names of shops and trades of tenants of, 274
-, effects of Civil War on, 281, 289
-, petitions to William, Earl of Salisbury from tenants of, 288, 289(3), 290
-, referred to under name of New Exchange, 289(2), 290

Brittany
-, canvas trade with, 74
-, 167

Broadhead, John, of Southwark, co. Surrey
-, 226

Broadwater, co. Herts.
-, hundred of, 273

Brocas, Sir Pexall, of Beaurepaire, co. Hants.
-, petition to Cecil, 159

Brograve, Mr. See Brograve, Sir John

Brograve, (Sir) John, of Braughing, co. Herts., later Attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster
-, 82, 108

Bromley, Sir Henry, of Holt Castle, co. Worcester
-, 57

Bromley, Sir Thomas, former Lord Chancellor (d 1587)
-, mentioned, 39

Bronesbresley [?Brinsley], co. Notts.
-, 138

Brooke, Lord. See Greville, Robert

Brooke, Charles, of Temple Combe, co. Somerset
-, his bonds, 177

Brooke, Duke, of Temple Combe, co. Somerset (d 1606)
-, Rocliffe's letter to, 75 and n

Brooke, Elizabeth, widow of George Brooke and daughter of Thomas Burgh, 5th Lord Burgh
-, petition to Cecil, 26
-, referred to as Lady Burroughs, 232

Brooke, George, of Cooling, co. Kent, conspirator (executed 1603), brother of Henry Brooke, 11th Lord Cobham
-, mentioned, 26

Brooke, Giles, of Liverpool, merchant and shipowner
-, petition to Cecil, 3

Brooke, Henry, 11th Lord Cobham (attainted 1603)
-, 26, 182
-, reference to his attainder, 228

Brooke, Sir John, nephew of Sir William Cobham, military commander
-, 133 and n

Brooke, Sir John, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Brooke, Ralph (Rafe), herald
-, his allowance, 66

Brooke, William, 10th Lord Cobham (d 1597)
-, mentioned, 26

Brooks, Mr.
-, King refuses request of, 248

Broughton, co. Yorks.
-, parsonage of, 249

Broughton, Mr. See Broughton, Richard

Broughton, Richard, member of the Council of the Marches of Wales
-, complaint against, 112

Brouncker, Sir Henry, Lord President of Munster
-, 127, 156, 159
-, Deputies to. See Aubrey, Christopher; Hawkins, James

Browne, John
-, petition to Cecil, 219

Browne, Lancelot, physician to the King
-, petition to Cecil, 38 and n

Browne, Robert, Yeoman of the Cellar to the King
-, his allowance, 63

Browne, Thomas, tenant in Brigstock Park
-, petition to William, Earl of Salisbury, 279

Brownsea Island. See Branksea Island

Bruce, Edward, Lord Kinloss, Master of the Rolls
-, 18, 22, 27, 28, 54, 79, 82, 135, 164
-, his allowance, 68
-, receives letter from King of Poland, 195 and n

Brunswick, Duke of. See Henry Julius

Brussels [Belgium]
-, 210

Buccinghame, Marquiss. See Villiers, George

Buchanan (Buchannon), James, of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 63

Buck, Barnard, husband of Katherina Blocke
-, petition to Cecil, 214

Buckby, Long (Buckebie longa), co. Northants.
-, manor of, 250

Bucke, John, suspected Jesuit agent
-, petition to Cecil, 73

Buckeridge, John, Bishop of Rochester
-, 191

Buckested. See Buxted

Buckett (Buckitt), Roland, painter
-, paints pictures for chapel at Hatfield, 202
-, his bill for work done at Hatfield House, 204
-, 232

Buckhurst, Lord. See Sackville, Thomas

Buckingham (Buccingham) co. Bucks.
-, 236

Buckinghamshire
-, auditors of, 186
-, Duchy of Lancaster's manors in, 250

Buckley (Buckly), Thomas, Rector of Damerham, co. Hants.
-, reported to be gravely ill, 262

Buckly, Mr. See Buckley, Thomas

Bucks, co. Devon
-, 207

Budden, Christopher [? of Damerham, co. Hants.]
-, his accounts, 278

"Budge of Court"
-, Gooderus and Baker deprived of their privilege of, 229

Bull, Dr. See Bull, John

Bull, John, composer, musician to the King
-, his allowance, 65

Bullingbrooke, Earl of. See St. John, Oliver

Bullyon, Duke of. See Bouillon, Duc de

Bulmer, Sir Ralph, of Sutton in Holderness, co. Yorks.
-, 5

Bulstrode, Sir William, of Coventry, co. Warwick
-, 232

Bulwell, co. Notts.
-, 138

Burford, co. Oxford
-, rectory of, 56
-, 278

Burford, John, brother of Thomas Burford
-, injures Pointer in dispute, 58

Burford, Thomas, in the service of Perks
-, charged with aiding Gunpowder Plot conspirators, 57, 58

Burgess, Thomas, Keeper of the Counter in the Poultry, London
-, 207

Burgh, Lady. See Burgh, Frances

Burgh, Frances, Lady, widow of Thomas Burgh, 5th Lord Burgh (d 1597)
-, her allowance, 67
-, petition to King, 141

Burgh, Richard de, 4th Earl of Clanricarde
-, 120
-, creation of his titles of Viscount Galway, Baron of Immaney (Elmany) and Earl of St. Albans, 266

Burgh or Bourke (Burke), Sir Thomas, of Ballinasloe, brother of Richard Burgh, 4th Earl of Clanricarde
-, petition to Privy Council, 41
-, 186

Burghley, Lord. See Cecil, William

Burgundy
-, pedigree of Cecil family in, 227

Burke, Sir Thomas. See Burgh, Sir Thomas

Burleigh. See Burley

Burley (Burleigh), co. Rutland
-, letter dated from, 279

Burm, John, of co. Norfolk, J. P.
-, intervenes on behalf of Christian Weech, 110

Burnham, Elizabeth, of London
-, 144

Burpote, Geoffrey, of co. Gloucester
-, petition to Cecil, 12

Burrell, George, Sergeant-at-Arms
-, his allowance, 65

Burrington, co. Hereford
-, King's mills at, 193

Burroughs, Lady. See Brooke, Elizabeth

Bury St. Edmunds, co. Suffolk
-, 81

Bushell, Sir Edward, of Cleeve Prior, co. Worcester, and of the Royal Household
-, his allowance, 62
-, petition to King, 113

Bushnell, Osmund, tenant of the manor of Corsham, co. Wilts.
-, his petition, 104

Butler, Baron. See Boteler, John

Butler, Sir John. See Boteler, Sir John

Butler. See Butler, Thomas

Butler, Thomas, 10th Earl of Ormond, Treasurer of Ireland
-, 69

Butler, Thomas, English Jesuit
-, crosses from Calais to England, 73

Button, Sir William, of Alton Priors, co. Wilts.
-, his allowance for attendance on ambassadors, 64

Buxted (Buckested), co. Sussex
-, expenses of digging and removing stone for Cecil's use from quarry at, 152, 153

Bye, Reignold, in the service of George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland
-, his allowance, 68

Byrd, William, composer and musician, Gentleman of the King's Chapel
-, petition to Cecil, 219