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Pages 633-636

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 4, 1590-1594. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1892.

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Abbeville pledged to the K. of Spain; 71.

Abbots Langley, Herts; 87, 558.

Abercromby, James, a follower of Bothwell; 600.

Aberdeen; 47, 523, 571.

agents of the K. of Spain come to; 572.

Abernethy, lands of; 90, 99.

Abraham, carries Hesketh's letters; 424, 425.

Abridge, Richard, of Markle; 265.

Acton :

Captain; 169.

Henry, of Marden; 265.

Mrs.; 142.

Adam, l'Isle; 36.

Adams. Robert, at Ostend; 28.

Adelantado, the, Spanish general; 204, 357.

Admiral of England, Lord High :

(Lord Howard of Effingham); 14, 79, 210, 510, 608.

letters form; 200, 203, 219.

on the danger of losing Boulogne; 324.

letters to; 221, 537, 539, 551, 602.

lieutenant of the co. of Sussex; 80.

order for stay of shipping; 479.

mentioned; 52, 81, 363, 367, 415.

offended, because omitted in a division of profits; 358, 375. See also Howard.

Admiralty :

clerk and keeper of the stores; 81.

Judge of the, a meeting with the French Ambassador; 623 (2) 624.

Treasurer of the; 74, 182.

payments to; 182.

Adrington, William, of Abell; 273.

Aglionbie, Edward, in the Inquisition at Rome; 203.

Aguila, Don Juan del; 103, 509. See also D'Aguilar.

Aiguille in Burgundy, capture of; 146.

Alban house, one of the; 598.

Albanese captain going to Spain, suggested as an English agent there; 342.

Alcala; 190.

facilities for students at; 191.

letter written form; 198.

Alcayon; 338.

Alden, John, merchant, Botolph Lane; 88.

Aldrriche, George, Captain of the Footbands; 293.

Aldrington, Manor of; 516.

Aldworth, Thomas, alderman of Bristol; 119

Alehouse keepers, amercements assessed upon; 453.

Alexadria; 359.

Alfonso; 22.

Alfonte Andreas, of Lucca; 540.

Alford in Lincolnshire, preacher appointed at : 67.

Aliens in England, criticism of the Act dealing with; 257.

Allagone, Don Martyne d', a Spaniard; 334.

Allegre, Marquis d'; 39, 40.

Allen; 625.

Cardinal; 145, 577, 582, 588, 617, 626.

at Rome; 462, 466.

attendant or servant of; 335, 598.

an interview with; 598.

letter to his afflicted children in England from, mentioned : 618.

Dr., the Jesuit; 564.

Emanuell, serving under the Surveyor of the Ports at Dover; 217.

Sir Francis, letter from; 52.

captain of the footbands; 293.

connected with a rumour as to sale of an office; 558.

Mr., indiscreet dealing of; 59.

returning of Paris; 74.

mentioned; 167.

Mrs.; 127.

Thomas, of Brayton; 273.

Alloway; 252.

Allowraghes, the word explained; 484.

Allyngton, ; 532.

Almaigne, Emperor of, and the Grand Seiognior; 3012.

Almond, Oliver, a priest; 104.

Almoner, Lord; 447.

Alney, Henry, of St. John's College; 334.

Alnwick; 188.

Alphansius or Alphonsius, son of an Italian, born in London, an apothecary in Rome; 582, 598.

Alten, Mr.; 412.

Alum manufacture; 290.

Alured, John, Queen's tenant; 289.

Amasius, port of; 37.

Ambassadors, envoys, etc.:

English :

to Scotland; 138, 519.

in France; 622, 623.

French; 375, 579.

Scotch; 570.

Spanish, to the Imperial Diet; 501.

Ambergris; 250.

Ambias, Juan de; 103.

Amersham, Mr.; 295.

Amery, Lieutenant; 497.

Ames, John, an Irishman; 156.

Amiens, the loss of, to the League; 589, 591, 593.

the bands of admirals summoned to; 605.

Amounderness, Lancashdhire; 87.

Amsterdam; 116.

armour provided at; 600.

Andaluzia, mentioned; 69.

Andaly; 116.

Andelot, Mons. d', thought to be slain; 146.

Anderson :

Lord Chief Justice; 460.

the Lord; 472.

D., letter from; 228.

H., Halswell Grange, letter from; 208.

Henry, Mayor of Newcastle; 209.

Mr.; 527.

supposed a passenger in a ship from London; 543.

a doctor of physic. Late a preacher, in Scotland; 548.

William, Archibald Douglas's Man; 572.

letter to Douglas; 542.

Anderton :

James, at Lostock; 242.

Mrs.; 181, 242.

Andrada, Emanuel d':

a Spanish emissary in England; 245.

at Dr. Lopes's house; 248.

letters to Lord Burghley; 330, 331, 333, 342, 348.

Andrewes, Edward, charged with false practices, etc.; 407.

Anet (Aret); 21.

Angas, John, prisoner in the Tower; 588.

Angell, Mr.; 405.

Angus Earl of :

disinherits his son; 30.

good works of; 206.

at liberty; 233.

imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle; 279.

escape; 373.

negotiations with Spain; 430.

the loss and straith to fall solely upon; 548.

and the S ciety,' the matter deserted; 57

offers of the King of Spain to; 572.

asks for the Queen's aid 572.

Anhalt, Prince of, in France; 151, 155.

Annesley or Ansley :

Bryan, petition; 257.

Edward, of Chaselton; 270.

James, of Oxford; 270.

Mr., not found the way to love; 142.

Anstye; 32.

Antibo; 492.

Anton :

Mr.; 295.

patent for starch; 261, 614.

Antonio, Don; 1, 348, 494, 627.

Antwerp :

mentioned; 10, 127, 208, 325, 603, 609.

the loss of, referred to; 56.

hangings purchased in; 138.

letters dated at; 180, 211, 553, 625, 626.

great store of treasure come for payment of soldiers; 211.

the post of 496.

the Pied Ox at; 497.

Englishmen in; 499.

English scholars at St. Omer supplied by way of; 506.

a garrison put into; 514.

an influential Portuguese merchant of; 556.

Ap Hugh, Henry, of Whitford; 273.

Ap Jenkin, James, of Llanvocha; 274.

Apprentices, an office for registering, in London; 364, 385, 386.

Aprival, le Sieur Franois, letter from; 199.

Apsley, Henry; 563.

Aquensis, one, a priest in Bohemia; 450.

Aquila, D. Juan del, General of the Spanish fleet; 103, 509.

Ar, Earl of; 26.

Arabella, Lady. See Stuart.

Aragon; 103, 417.

revolt in; 151, 191.

rises in favour of Antonio Perez; 173.

forces from, re-called; 329.

forces in, sent to Duke of Savoy; 388.

Aranbergh, Count. See Aremberg.

Aranjuez; 509, 510.

Arbella, the traffic of; 625, 626.

Archdale, John, of Whatley; 270.

Archer :

Christopher, of Mounsie; 268.

Father; 588.

Arches, the letter dated from, 299.

Ard, Mr. 518.

Arden :

Mrs. Katherine; 394.

Robert, of Pedmore; 272.

Ardpatrick Knock; 484.

Aremberg, Comte D'; 83, 305.

Argle :

Earl of; 6.

influence in Ulster; 310.

Arle, Earl of, has Mass said daily; 201.

Arles, inhabitants of, drawn to the King; 492.

Armagh, Primate of; 117, 118.

Arme; 379.

Armour :

for the soldiery, care and keeping of; 18.

loss of, in France, complained of; 155.

an Italian maker of, indicated; 448.

Armour, Cuthbert (Cuddie); 24.

Army :

character of the men serving in the expeditions abroad; 4.

reasons for raising a regiment for service in France; 4.

musterings and trainings, regulations recommended; 5.

forces sent to aid the French King, payment of; 10.

intelligences and espials, yearly allowance for; 15.

levying of horse, payments for; 15.

levying of shot, payments for; 183.

musters; 15, 60, 80.

in the county of Hertford, rules to be observed; 1618.

qualifications to be sought for in soldiers; 17.

care and keeping of the armour; 18.

count bands reviewed; 64.

levies ordered, etc.; 66, 80, 88, 238, 321, 341, 465, 468, 565, 569, 571.

allowance for coat and conduct money; 117, 341.

cost of equipment; 119.

transport of troops; 154, 170.

cost; 216.

cost of raising men; 170.

payments for; 182, 183, 184.

muster in Hyde Park; 189.

raising of train bands in Devonshire; 171, 228.

forces in the Low Countries, weekly payments; 293.

soldiers maimed, relief of; 295, 298.

training of companies sent to Jersey; 336.

pay of same, and their captains; 377.

levies for Ireland; 507.

arrangements for expedition to Brest; 562.

customary deduction of dead pays in levying men; 565.

accoutrements of levies; 569.

soldiers deserting; 597. See also Ireland.

Armyn, Mr. 577.

Arnheim, camp at, news from; 125, 129.

Arques (Brittany); 133, 505.

Lord Essex's soldiery at; 147, 150, 153, 171.

French King retries to Castle of; 180.

Arques, D'. See D'Arques.

Arran :

Earl of, proceedings of; 6, 201, 205.

threatened with excommunication; 205.

Lord (Capt. James Stuart) and lady; 30.

Articles for acknowledging the Laws ecclesiastical; 945.

Artois; 605.

an expedition into, suggested; 55.

opening of the war in, in question etc.; 559, 560.

great levies in; 622, 628.

Arundel :

Earl of (Phlip), attainted; 107, 163.

Sir John, wife of; 510.

Sir Matthew; 168, 297.

letter from; 292.

Charles, of Oking; 271.

Sir W. Cornwallis's familiarity with; 578.

Arvenik, Castle of, Captain of; 116.

Aschebye, William, late H. M. Ambassador in Scotland; 138.

Ascoly, Prince D'; 83.

Asham, H., comptroller of Customs, port of London; 109.

Ashborneham, Thomas, of Ashebornham; 264.

Ashe :

Henry; 176.

Thomas, of Bucknell; 270.

Asheby, Arthur, in the Queen's Woodyard; 95.

Ashley, Anthony, a Clerk of the Council; 301, 429, 466.

letters from; 386, 402, 439, 468, 499.

loss by the death of his child; 439.

his father-in-law's house; 439.

count clerkship held by; 439.

conduction some business of consequence; 468.

Ashton :

John, of Abraham; 266.

Richard, of Abraham; 266.

Roger; 29.

letter from K. James to; 230.

Askew, Hussy; 577.

Ashwith, Askwyth :

Christopher, 84.

Robert, York; 122.

Assheton, Thomas, of Writington; 266.

Astley, John, Master of the Jewels and Plate; 539.

Aston :

Roger, letter from; 19.

made Bowbearer of Bolland forest; 465.

My good soldier; 162.

Astonfield, co. Stafford, parsonage of; 163.

Atchison, John the house of, in the Canongate; 30.

Athlone, letter written at; 339.

Athol; 583.

Athol :

Earl of; 25, 41, 91, 504, 517.

his not being pursued, a condition; 518.

the King's intention to assail; 523.

Atkinson :

Anthony, at Hull, arrests suspected persons; 478.

Robert, bailiff of the hundred of Edmonton; 615.

Atkynson, Robert Mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; 123.

Attorney General, the :

a summary of Hesketh's treasons drawn up by; 418.

course at Hesketh's trial; 424.

named; 446, 511.

Atye, Mr.; 174, 292.

Aubrey :

A.; 502.

Dr., report on a prize ship; 101.

William, notes by, on petitions; 75, 80, 92, 106, 107, 161, 167, 216, 218, 287, 474, 559.

letters from; 93, 364, 510. See also Awbrey.

Auckland, letter dated at; 557.

Auditor of Accounts; 68.

Audley, Lord; 169, 170.

Augsburg, letters in the ordinary post from, examined at Breda; 606.

Aumale :

Mons. d'; 37.

obliged to leave Amiens, etc.; 589, 591.

Madame; 83.

Aumont (Omont, Doumont), Marshal D'; 361.

at Ivry; 21.

movements; 37, 146, 620, 621, 628.

killed in Brittany; 605.

Aure, Marquis de :

a subject of ridicule at Ratisbon; 584.

expenditure, etc., 586.

Austen, , a keeper in Enfield Chace; 362, 602.

Auvermel; 168.

Auxerre; 31.

Aves, Johns, an Irishman at Tournay; 496, 497.

Awarderzyl (Awretter Seyll); 534.

Awbrey :

D.; 292.

Doctor, an enemy of Bp. Midleton; 280, 282.

cause of his enmity; 283.

an alleged letter to the Queen of Scots, mentioned; 283, 284.

Edward, a justice of the peace of Brecknockshire; 281.

John, a justice of the peace of Breaknockshire; 281, 283, 284.

Morgan, the killing of; 281. See Aubrey.

Awdleye, Philip, of Stowbedon; 269.

Ayce, captain of a bark of Weymouth; 253.

Aylard, Thomas, bailiff of Edmonton, etc.; 532.

Azores, the, rendezovous for the fleet; 119.