Index A-C

Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1857.

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'Index A-C', in Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610, (London, 1857) pp. 661-695. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/domestic/jas1/1603-10/pp661-695 [accessed 24 April 2024]

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A. B.

Abbey-Holme

Abbot, Dr. George, Dean of Winchester, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Bishop of London
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Abbots-Bromly

Abbots-Langley

Abbots-Ripton

Abercromby, David
-, Robert (jesuit)

Abercromway, William

Abercromy, Abraham
-, James

Aberfraw

Abergavenny, Barons of

Aberley

Abermarles

Aberston

Aberystwith

Abington Magna

Abington, Richard
-, Thomas
-, letters of
-, Mrs

Abraham, Robert

Accession, see James I.

Acheson, John

Achmouty, James
-, John

Ackworth, Gregory

Acomb

Acrington

Acton

Acton, Francis
-, Robert

Acts, clerk of

Acworth, William

Adams, Francis
-, Henry
-, Morgan
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Addes, William

Addington

Addle

Addy, John

Adelmare, see Cæsar.

Admington

Admiral, Lord High, see Howard, Charles.

Admiral Galley

Admiralty
-, causes in
-, court of
-, officers of
-, judge of, see Cæsar, Sir Julins.
-, treasurer of, see Greville, Sir Fulk.

Advocate-General

Ager, Captain
-, Thomas

Agges, John

Aguey

Ahmed I., Grand Seignior

Aid for knighthood, see Henry, Prince.
-, marriage

Ainsworth, John

Airay, Dr. Henry

Alabaster, Thomas
-, letters of, to Cecil

Albany, Duke of, see Charles, Prince.

Albert, Archduke, Regent of Flanders
-, ambassadors to
-, ambassadors of, see also Aremberg, Count.
-, army of
-, servants of
-, transactions of, with English catholics &c.
-, treaty with Holland

Alborne Richard

Alcester

Alchemy

Alcock, William

Aldborough

Alden, John
-, --, (fellow)

Alderchurch, see Alderkirk.

Alderkirk

Aldermaston

Aldershott

Aldgate, see London, streets of.

Aldingham
-, Hall

Aldmerston

Aldrich, Francis
-, Jonas

Aldridge, Thomas

Aldritt, John

Aldsworth

Ale and Alehouses

Ale, export of

Aleppo

Alexander, Andrew
-, Henry
-, Sarah
-, Sir Sigismund
-, Walter
-, William
-, see Zinzan, Sir Robert and Henry.

Alford, Edward

Algiers

Aliceholt Forest

Alienations, see Crown lands.

Aliens, (foreigners and strangers), see also Merchant strangers.

Alkaster Malbishe

Allam, Mary

Allegiance, Oath of
-, refusals of

Allen, Abraham
-, Charles
-, Edward
-, Thomas
-, Capt. Thomas
-, William

Allensmore

Allett, John

Allexton

Alley, Emanuel
-, Jeremy

Alleyn, David

Allhallows parish, London

Allian, John

Allibone, Thomas

Allington

Allington, John

Allinson, Christopher
-, Robert

Allison, Ralph
-, Walter

Almoner, see Andrews, Lancelot; Watson, Anthony; Scott, Robert.

Alnwick
-, Castle

Alterinnis

Altham, Edward
-, Sir James, Baron of the Exchequer

Althorp

Altofts

Alton

Alton Priors
-, woods

Alum

Alured, Thomas

Alverley

Alvingham
-, Priory

Alvington

Amadas, Philip

Ambassadors

Ambler, James

Amesbury

Amice, Israel

Ammunition, see Ordnance.

Amounderness

Amport

Ampthill

Ampton

Amsford

Amwell

Ancy, Richard

Anderby

Anderson, Sir Edmund, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
-, Sir Francis
-, Sir Henry
-, John
-, William

Anderton, Christopher
-, James
-, James, jun.
-, Matthew
-, see Strange.

Andover

Andrew, Arthur
-, Sir Eusebius
-, Jane
-, Sir John
-, Thomas
-, William

Andrews, Edmund
-, Edolph
-, John
-, Lancelot, Bishop of Chichester, Almoner, Bishop of Ely
-, Richard
-, priest
-, Dr. Roger
-, William
-, Sir William
-, Captain
-, Mr.

Angel, John
-, Robert

Angiers, Mr.

Anglesea

Anglesea, George

Angus, Earl of, see Douglas.

Anhalt, Christian, Prince of

Ann, George

Anne of Denmark, Queen of James I.
-, accouchement of
-, auditor of, see Ewens.
-, aurum reginæ
-, Chamberlain of, see Sydney.
-, closet, furniture for
-, coronation of
-, council of
-, court of
-, debts of and to
-, gifts to, see James I., gifts of.
-, grants of and to
-, household of
-, jewellers of
-, jointure of
-, journeys and removals of
-, ladies of
-, lands of
-, letters, &c., of and to
-, masques of
-, officers of
-, payments for
-, portrait of
-, servants of
-, surgeon and physician of
-, Vice-Chamberlain, see Carew, Sir George.
-, wardrobe, jewels, and furniture of

Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry VIII.

Anne, Jar.

Annesley, Brian

Annuities, lists of

Anonymous letters
-, to James I.

Ansam, William

Anstey, John

Anstey Pasture

Anstruther, James
-, Sir William

Antelownd, Francis

Antenati, see Scots, naturalization of.

Anthony, Charles, King's engraver
-, warrants to
-, Edward
-, letters to
-, Thomas
-, (priest)

Anthony, --

Antonio, King of Portugal

Antwerp

Anys, William

Ap Griffith, David
-, Ap John, &c.

Ap Hughes, Maurice

Ap Owen, Ralph

Ap Thomas, Cadwallader

Apocrypha

Apparel

Appleby
-, castle

Appleby, Robert
-, William

Appletree, Thomas

Apprentices

Apthorpe

Aquaviva, Claudius, Father general of the Jesuits

Aquila castle

Aragon

Archbishops, see Canterbury and York.

Arch-cliff bulwark, Dover

Archdale, Richard.

Archduke, see Albert.

Archer, Nicholas

Arches, Court of
-, clerks and notaries of

Archibald, John
-, Walter

Archibold, Mr.

Archpriests in England, see Blackwell and Birkett.

Arden, Sir Henry
-, John
-, Thomas

Ardmannoch, Lord, see Charles, Prince.

Aremberg, Count, Ambassador from the Archduke

Argentré, Bertrand De

Argyle, Earl, see Campbell.

Arkenstall, Giles

Arkilgarth Dale

Arkleside

Arley, William

Arlington

Armfield, Edward

Armiger, Mr.

Armin

Armington, William

Armourer, Cuthbert
-, David

Armouries, see Greenwich: Hampton Court; Portsmouth; Tower; Westminster; Windsor; Woolwich.

Arms and Armour, see also Guns, Ordnance.

Arms, coat of
-, see Royal Arms.

Armstrong, Sanders Ringell
-, Thomas, alias Sowters Tom
-, William

Arnet, Robert

Arnold, Richard

Arthuret

Artillery

Artleborough

Arundel, manor
-, House, Strand

Arundel, Lady Blanche
-, Dorothy
-, James
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Roger
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, Thomas, Lord of Wardour
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Earl of, see Howard.

Arundell, John

Ascham, Humphrey

Ascott

Ash

Ash, Margaret

Ashburton

Ashby
-, Ledgers, see Ledgers Ashby.

Ashby, Sir Robert
-, Stephen

Ashdown Forest

Ashfield, Sir Edmund
-, Robert

Ashill

Ashington

Ashley, Sir Anthony
-, Henry
-, John
-, Sir John

Ashmore

Ashpoole, Lieutenant Edward

Ashridge

Ashtead

Ashton
-, Keynes

Ashton, Ralph
-, Ralph, jun.
-, Richard

Ashton, Sir Richard
-, Mr., of Leaver

Ashworth

Aske

Aske, George

Askew, Robert
-, Sir Roger
-, see Pennington, Bridget.

Askham

Askwith, Henry

Aslaby, Francis

Aspeden

Aspley

Assart lands, see Crown lands.

Astell, Roger

Asterley

Astley, Thomas

Aston, Sir Arthur
-, Hugh
-, Mary
-, Sir Roger
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to
-, payments, &c., to
-, warrants, &c., to, as Master of the Wardrobe

Aston-in-the-Walls

Aston-sub-Edge

Astrology

Atee, Francis

Ater, Christopher

Atheists

Atherton, Richard

Athew, Thomas

Atkins, Dr. Henry
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Atkinson, Anthony
-, Henry
-, John
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, William

Attainder, bills of

Attorney General, see Coke, Sir Edward; Hobart, Sir Henry.

Atwood, see Taylor, William.

Aty, Sir Arthur

Aubigny, Lord, see Stewart, Esme.

Aucher, Captain, see Autcher.

Auchterlony, Sir James
-, Sir William

Audley, George Lord, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, Thomas

Augmentations, Court of

Austin, John
-, Nathaniel
-, Roger

Austin Friars

Austerley, see Osterley.

Austria

Austria, Ambassadors of
-, Archdukes of
-, House of

Autcher, Captain

Avebury

Aveley

Avelyn, Abraham

Avery, Robert

Avis, Henry

Awre

Axminster

Ayala, Christopher

Aydie, Andrew

Aylesbury

Aylshot Forest

Ayre, Rowland

Ayrey, Thomas

Ayscough, Sir Roger

Ayton
-, Robert

Baber, see Bavar.

Babham, Christopher

Babington

Babington, Anne
-, Dr. Brute, Bishop of Derry
-, Gervase, Bishop of Worcester
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Uriah
-, Dr., Chancellor of Coventry and Lichfield

Babington conspiracy

Babthorpe, William

Bacheler, Daniel

Backhouse, Henry
-, Mr.

Bacon, Dorothy
-, Edward
-, Sir Francis, Solicitor-General
-, speeches of
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Bacon, Sir Francis, writings of
-, letter to
-, George
-, Matthew
-, Nathaniel, Sir Nathaniel
-, Nicholas, Sir
-, Robert

Badger, Rowland
-, Sir Thomas, Master of the Privy Harriers

Badley

Bagg, James

Baggs, Mr.

Bagley, Elizabeth

Bagliano, Signor

Bagot, Walter
-, Mr., (of Blyfield)

Bagshaw, Dr. [Christopher]
-, George
-, George

Bagshot
-, Park and Castle

Bagwell, John
-, William

Baildon, Sir Francis

Bailey, Richard

Bailies, Thomas

Bailiff, James

Baily, Richard
-, William

Bainbridge
-, Philip
-, (collegian)

Baize, ee Wools.

Baker, Abraham
-, Alexander
-, George
-, George, (surgeon).
-, Matthew
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Seth
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Baldersby

Baldwin, Ralph
-, Thomas, comptroller of works
-, Thomas
-, William, (jesuit,)

Bales, Peter.

Balfour, Michael, Lord Burly

Ball, John
-, Peter
-, Thomas

Ballard, Robert

Ballmer, Robert

Ballytemour

Balmerinoch, Lord, see Elphinstone.

Baltesford

Baltimore

Bamfield, William

Bampfield, John

Banbury Castle

Banckes, see Banks.

Bancroft, Richard, Bishop of London
-, Archbishop of Canterbury
-, Chancellor of Oxford
-, accounts of
-, commissions to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil.
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters to
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, will of

Banes, Thomas

Bangor

Bangor, Bishop of, see Rowlands, James.
-, Dean of
-, Monachorum

Banham

Bankes, Richard
-, Thomas

Banks, or Banckes, John
-, William

Bannister, George
-, Henry
-, Sir Robert

Baptist, John

Baptista, John, see Battista, Giovanni.
-, Mr.

Barbary

Barber, Matthew
-, William

Barbon, Hugh

Barby, Philippe de

Barclay, Jean de, or John

Barden

Bardsey Monastery

Bardwell

Barefoot, Robert

Baremoor

Barford

Barforth

Barges, see James L

Barham, Dorothy
-, Thomas

Barith, George

Barington, Sir Francis

Barker, Christopher
-, James
-, John

Barker, Robert, King's printer
-, Robert
-, Justice

Barkesdale, Ralph

Barkham, Edward

Barking
-, cum Needham

Barkley, Henry
-, John
-, Thomas

Barksdale, John

Barley, see Corn.

Barley, Captain John

Barlichway, hundred of

Barlings

Barlow, Sir Alexander
-, Dr. William, Bishop of Rochester, Bishop of Lincoln
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Mr., of Pembrokeshire
-, priest

Barmoor

Barnard Castle

Barnard, Richard

Barnastroppe

Barnby, Robert

Barnardiston, Anne
-, John
-, Sir Thomas

Barneby, Francis

Barnes

Barnes, John
-, Paul
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Thomas, (felon)
-, William, (canon)
-, William
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Mr.

Barnet

Barney, Alice
-, John

Barnstable

Barnstaple

Barnwood, Forest

Baron, George

Baronets

Barrett, Edmund
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, Richard or David
-, Thomas

Barro, William

Barrow

Barscourt

Barsetlow

Bartlet, Thomas

Bartlett, George
-, Rowland
-, Sir Thomas
-, (widow)

Barton, John
-, Richard

Barton Regis

Barwell, Edmund

Barwick, Christopher

Basford

Bash, Mr.

Basilden

Basilicon Doron, see James I., writings of.

Basill, Martin
-, Simon
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Basing

Baskervile, Lawrence

Baskerville, John
-, Thomas

Bassano, Andrea
-, Arthur
-, Edward
-, Jeronimo
-, Scipio

Basset, Edward
-, Elizabeth
-, Sir Robert
-, William

Bassildon

Bastwick, Nicholas

Bate, John

Bateman, Abraham
-, John
-, Oliver
-, Robert

Bates, Edward
-, John
-, Martha
-, Thomas

Bath, Mr.

Bath
-, Earl of, see Bourchier.
-, Knights of
-, Dean and Chapter
-, and Wells, Bishop of, see Still, John; Montague, James.
-, Diocese of

Bathurst, Ralph

Batley, (jesuit,)

Battell, William

Battells

Batten, Henry
-, James
-, Richard

Battersea

Battersea Marsh

Battesford, Philip

Battista, Giovanni, see Baptista, John.

Battleswalk

Batty, Matthew
-, William

Bavar, Francis

Bawdeswell

Bawlden, John

Bawtry Bridge

Baxter, Francis
-, Marmaduke
-, Thomas

Bayley, Edward
-, Lawrence
-, William

Baylie, James
-, Mr.

Bayn, Paul

Baynam, Mr.

Baynard, George
-, Robert
-, Captain

Baynard's Castle

Baynham, Sir Edmund
-, William

Bayning, Paul
-, Susan

Baysey, John

Beacon, Dr. Thomas

Beale, Henry
-, Leon
-, William

Beamond, Henry

Beamonds

Beamount, Thomas

Bear and bull baiting

Beard, Thomas
-, Mr.

Beast, Randoll

Beauchamp, Lord, see Seymour.
-, Lady, see Seymour.

Beauchamps Court

Beaulieu

Beaumaris

Beaumont, Francis
-, Sir Henry
-, John
-, Sir Thomas
-, M. de, French Ambassador
-, family of

Beccles, Hospital, see St. Mary Magdalen.

Beck, Edmund
-, Mr. (of Richmond)

Beckett, Mr.

Beckingham, Richard

Becliff

Pecontree, or Bekentre

Bedford
-, Barony of
-, Hospital

Bedford House

Bedford, Earl of, see Russell.
-, Marquis of, see Stafford.

Bedfordshire
-, grants of lands in
-, justices of
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Bedingfield, Sir Henry
-, Thomas, Master of tents and toils

Bedware, Edward

Bedwas

Bedwell

Bedwell, Richard

Beecher, William

Beeke, William

Beer, see Ale.

Beere Regis, see King's Beere.

Beeston, George
-, Sir George
-, Sir Hugh
-, Peter
-, William

Beeston-Regis

Beetham

Bekentre, see Becontree.

Belesby

Beling, Mr.

Bell, Richard
-, Robert

Bell Inn, Daventry
-, Friday Street, London

Bell metal

Bellamy, see Spiller.

Bellarmine, Robert, Cardinal

Bellasis, Sir Henry
-, Margaret

Bellassis

Bellew, Richard

Belley, John

Bellman, Robert

Bellott, Thomas

Belloy, Augustine

Beloe, Mr.

Belou, William

Belsnap

Belson, Augustine

Belstead Hall

Belvoir
-, Castle

Bempton

Bendbo, John

Bendloss, alias Bendishe, Andrew

Bengworth

Bennet, John
-, Matthew

Bennet, Philip
-, Robert, Bishop of Hereford
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor of London
-, house of
-, William

Bennett, John

Bennington

Bennyfield

Benock, Mr.

Benshall, Richard

Benson, Richard
-, William
-, Mr.
-, letters to, see Vincent.

Bentley

Bentlowes, Andrew

Benwell

Benyon, Edward

Beoley

Bereblock, Joan
-, William

Beresford, Christopher
-, Thomas

Bergen-op-Zoom

Berington, John

Berkeley, Henry
-, Sir Maurice

Berkshire, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Bermondsey Monastery

Bernard, Francis

Bernardy, Philip

Berne

Berrige, Robert

Berry, Sir Benjamin
-, Hugh
-, Humphrey
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Berry-narbor

Bertie, Robert, Lord Willoughby of Eresby

Berty, Francis

Berwick-upon-Tees

Berwick-upon-Tweed
-, bridge of
-, captain of, see Bowyer, Sir William.

Berwick-upon-Tweed castle
-, chamberlain of, see Skinner.
-, charter of
-, commissioners for, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, garrison of
-, letters of
-, mayor, &c., of
-, ordnance in
-, palace
-, receivers for
-, treasurer of

Berwick, Anne Lady
-, Francis
-, John
-, Sir William

Beseby

Beskwood Park

Bessey, Walter

Besson, Richard

Beste, Valentine de

Beswick, Henry

Bethell, Sir Hugh

Betts, Robert

Betune, (priest)

Beverley
-, mayor of

Beverley, George

Bevilham

Beville, Sir Robert

Bewcastle

Bewdley
-, park
-, see Tickenhill.

Bewick farm

Bewreper

Bexley

Beythim Forest

Beza, Theodore

Bible, the
-, translators of

Bickenholt

Bickerstaff, Edward

Bideford

Biggs, Christopher
-, Thomas

Bignows

Billing

Billing, Henry

Billingsley, Henry
-, (collegian)
-, Lady

Billy, Hugh

Bilsborough

Bilson, Dr. Thomas, Bishop of Winchester
-, letters of

Bilson, Dr. Thomas, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letter to, see also James I., letters of.
-, Mr.

Binchester

Binding, Richard

Bindon, Viscount, see Howard.

Bing, Henry
-, John
-, William

Bingham, Ellis
-, John

Bingley, George
-, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Birch, Edward

Birchington

Birchley, Mr. (armourer,)

Birchmore, Thomas

Bird, Peter
-, William
-, Dr. William
-, Mr., (late)

Birkby, James

Birkett (or Birkhead), George, Archpriest

Bisham, Salisbury's house

Bishop, James
-, James (pirate)

Bishop's Auckland

Bishop's Burton

Bishop's Castle

Bishop's Hall

Bishop's Ottery

Bishop's Waltham

Bishop's Wilton

Bishop's collector, see Worcester diocese.

Bishops
-, letters to
-, in Scotland, see Scotland, Bishops of.

Bishopsgate, see London, streets of.

Bishopthorpe

Bisley

Biss, James
-, Thomas

Bittern

Bittleston

Blackburn

Black Deeps

Blackford

Blackfriars, see London, street of.

Blackfriars, the

Blackmanstone

Blackmore Forest

Blackstone Quarry, Peak

Blackwall

Blackwell, Elizabeth

Blackwell, George, Archpriest

Blagrave, John

Blague, Dr. Thomas, Dean of Rochester

Blake, Richard
-, William

Blakeston, Sir William

Blakey, Robert

Bland, Adam
-, Peter
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, William

Blandford-Forum

Blantyre, Lord, see Stewart, Walter.

Bleeching Court

Blenfield

Blethin, Ambrose

Bletsoe

Blewet, Arthur
-, Mrs.

Blifield

Blincow, Dr. Anthony

Blinkinsop, Henry

Bliss, Thomas

Blockhouses, see Milton, West Tilbury.

Blockwood, see Logwood.

Blofield, Edward

Blomeart, Jehan

Blounder, William

Blount, Charles, Lord Montjoy, Earl of Devonshire, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
-, grants to
-, illness, death, and funeral of
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, warrants to
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, George
-, John
-, Sir Thomas Pope

Blower, William

Bloxam, Thomas

Bloxham

Bludder, Sir Thomas

Blundesdon

Blunston, Christopher
-, Nicholas

Blunt, Francis

Blunt, John
-, Richard

Blyth

Boas, Roger

Boats, see Ships.

Bockholes, Thomas

Bockmore

Bodeley, John

Bodenham, Jonas

Boderie, M. de la, French Ambassador

Bodine, John

Bodley, Sir Thomas

Bois-le-duc

Bold, Philip

Boleyn, Sir James

Bolle, Elizabeth

Bolls, John

Bolney

Bologna

Bolt, John
-, Richard
-, Roger

Bolton, Lancashire
-, Cumberland

Bolton, Francis
-, William

Bond, George
-, Harry
-, John
-, Robert
-, Sir William
-, Dr. Nicholas

Bonds

Bonfield, Sir William

Bonington

Bonithon, John
-, Richard

Bonner, Anthony
-, Michael

Books
-, heretical and seditious
-, licenses for
-, popish

Book of articles
-, canons
-, common prayer
-, equivocation
-, rates
-, succession

Bookbinding

Boolebrook

Booreman, --

Boorne, John

Booth, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, William

Boothby, Thomas

Boots, Christopher

Border lands
-, debateable

Borderers

Borders and Marches
-, commissioners of
-, letters of, to Privy Council
-, letters to
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, disturbances on
-, lieutenants on, see also Clifford, George and Francis, Earls of Cumberland; and Home, Alexander, Lord.
-, military service on

Boreman, William

Bornstra, Captain J. Wibrants

Boroughbridge

Borromeo, St. Carlo
-, Cardinal, Archbishop of Milan

Borstall

Borton-on-the-hill

Bosevile, Henry
-, Sir Ralph
-, Sir Robert

Bosley

Bosmere and Claydon

Bossiney

Bostock, Edmund
-, Edward

Boston

Bosvile House

Boswell, William

Boswell House

Botcherby, Margaret

Botelio, (Portuguese,)

Botfield, --

Bothal

Bothnia, John

Bothwell, Francis
-, Francis, Earl, of

Botreaux Castle

Boughton, Edward
-, William

Bouillon, Henry de la Tour, Duke of

Boulstred, Sir William

Bourchier, Sir George

Bourchier, Sir James
-, William, Earl of Bath
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, family of, Earls of Essex

Bourdeaux

Bourdin, Peter, Lord of St. Anthoine

Bourdman, John

Bourgh-upon-Stanmore

Bourne, William

Bouth, Richard
-, Robert

Boveytracey

Bovy, James, see Boy.

Bow

Bow Bridge

Bowcher, Henry

Bowcombe

Bowes, George
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Jane

Bowes, Sir Jerome
-, Sir John
-, Marmaduke
-, Ralph
-, Sir William

Bowie, Agnes

Bowland

Bowler, John

Bowles, George

Bowll, Robert
-, William

Bowood Forest

Bowyer, Sir Edmund
-, Emma
-, Henry
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Robert
-, Sir William, Captain of Berwick
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to, see also James I., letters of.
-, William
-, Mr.

Boy, James, (Bovy)

Boyatt

Boyland

Boyle, Richard

Boys, John

Boyse, William

Bozeat

Brabant

Brabon, Mr.

Bradborn

Bradburn

Bradbury, Jonas

Braddell, Edward

Bradell, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Braden Forest, see Braydon.

Braderton, John

Bradfarton

Bradley

Bradney

Bradninch

Bradock, Thomas

Bradshaw, Alexander
-, John
-, Peter
-, Sir Peter
-, Roger
-, Thomas

Bradstock, William

Bradston, Edward

Bradwell

Bradwell, William

Bradwood, Melchizedec

Bragg, Robert
-, Thomas

Braig, John

Brailes, or Braisle

Brames, Daniel

Bramham

Brampton

Brampton-Bryan

Brampton, Henry

Brancepeth, Castle and Park
-, forest

Brand, Launcelot
-, Mr., (ward)

Brandenburg, Marquis of

Brandling, Robert

Brandon, Charles, Duke of Suffolk

Brandsburton

Branscombe

Branston

Branthwaite, Dr. William

Brantingham

Brass, Richard

Braxsted Magna

Bray

Bray, William

Braybrook, James

Braydon Forest, see Braden.

Braye, John

Brazil sugar
-, wood

Breach, Philip

Bream, the

Brecknockshire
-, officers in

Brecknockshire, places in
-, residents in

Brecon

Bredgate, John

Bree, William

Bremen, Commissioners at

Brenchley

Brenning, Richard

Brentford Bridge

Brereton, Andrew
-, Mr.

Bretagne

Brett, Sir Alexander
-, John
-, Mar.
-, Dr. Richard
-, Robert
-, Sir Robert
-, Stephen

Bretton, Nicholas

Bretts

Brewdnell, Katherine

Brewers and Brewing

Brewning, Anthony

Brewster, Richard

Brice, Robert

Brickleton

Bricknell, John

Bridewell

Bridgeman, John

Bridgenorth
-, Castle

Bridges, Dr. John, Dean of Salisbury, Bishop of Oxford

Bridges, Thomas

Bridgetown

Bridgewater

Brigcasterton

Briggs, Henry

Brigham

Brigham, Thomas

Bright, Andrew
-, Ellen
-, John

Brightlingsea

Brigstock
-, Park

Brill, The

Brill Hills, alias Godley corner

Brill, Bucks

Brimstede (or Brymstede), Edward

Bringewood, Forest of

Brington

Brinkeredick

Briskett, Mr.

Bristol
-, alms rooms in
-, mayor of
-, merchants of

Bristol, Bishop of, see Thornborough.
-, prebends of

Bristow, Nicholas

Britain, see Great Britain.

Britain's Burse

British dominions

Britons, see English.

Brittain, Samuel, see Wharton.
-, William

Britton, Henry
-, Thomas

Broadbury

Broadcloths, see Cloth.

Broadclyst

Broadgate

Broadhempstone

Broadkirk

Broadway

Broadwell, Theodosia
-, William

Brocas, Henry
-, Sir Pexall

Brock, William (felon)

Brockholes, Mr.

Brokenhurst

Broderick, Thomas
-, William, King's embroiderer

Brokesby, Ralph

Bromecroft

Bromfield

Bromley, Sir Edward, Baron of the Exchequer
-, Sir Henry
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Robert
-, Sir Thomas, Lord Chancellor
-, William

Bromley Hall

Brompton

Bromyard

Bronker, Henry, see Bruncard, Sir Henry.

Brook, Charles
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Sir Richard
-, --

Brook Farm

Brookbank, Henry

Brooke, Ambrose
-, Ann, Lady Cobham
-, Arthur
-, Basil
-, Calisthenes
-, Frances, Lady Cobham, Countess of Kildare

Brooke, George
-, Henry, Lord Cobham, Warden of the Cinque Ports
-, allowances to
-, attainder of
-, conspiracy and trial of, &c.
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters of, to James I.
-, letters to
-, rents, lands, &c., of
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Silvester

Brooke, see Gerard.

Brooker, Hugh

Brookes, William

Brookesby, Bartholomew
-, Dorothy
-, Helen
-, Thomas, alias Jennings
-, Mrs., alias Jennings

Brooks, Robert

Brotherhead, John

Brough, George

Broughton
-, John
-, Mark
-, Peter
-, (servant)
-, --
-, -- (recusant)

Broughton Tower

Brown, Anne
-, Anthony, Viscount Montague
-, letters of
-, Bartholomew
-, Christopher
-, Sir George
-, Sir Henry
-, Jacob
-, Robert
-, Sir Valentine
-, Sir William
-, William (late)
-, William
-, or Browne, priest

Browne, Anthony
-, Christopher
-, Edward

Browne, Evan
-, Francis (registrar)
-, Hugh
-, John (minister)
-, John
-, Lancelot
-, Richard (minister)
-, Richard (gaol-keeper)
-, Sir Richard
-, Robert
-, Robert (yeoman of the cellar)
-, Samuel
-, Thomas (surveyor)
-, Thomas (recusant)
-, Thomas (potter)
-, William (pauper)
-, William (recusant)
-, William (servant)
-, William (warder)

Brownists

Brownlow, Richard

Broxburne

Broxtowe

Broyle Park

Bruce, Edward
-, Edward, Lord Kinloss, Lord Bruce, Master of the Rolls
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters to
-, Robert
-, William
-, Dr.

Brudenells, John

Brudnell, Thomas

Bruet, William

Bruges

Bruges, Ann, Lady Chandos
-, Grey, Lord Chandos
-, grant to
-, William, Lord Chandos

Bruncard, or Bronker, Sir Henry
-, William
-, Mrs.

Brunsbech

Brunswick Luneburgh, Augustus, Duke of
-, Frederick Ulric, Duke of

Brush, Mr.

Bruskett, Michael

Brussels

Bryde-kirk

Brymstede, Edward, see Brimstede.

Bubb, Richard

Bucanus, --

Buchan, -- (usher)

Buchanan, John
-, Thomas

Buck, George, master of revels, Sir George
-, Peter, Sir Peter
-, Peter, jun.
-, Thomas

Buckden park

Bucke, John

Buckeridge, John, Bishop of Rochester

Buckfastleigh

Buckholt

Buckhounds, see James I., buckhounds of.

Buckhurst, Lord, see Sackville.

Buckingham
-, Duke of, see Stafford.

Buckinghamshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs of

Buckland

Buckland, Barbara
-, Brewer
-, Charles
-, Edward
-, Francis
-, Maurice

Buckler, Andrew

Bud, George

Budd, Peter
-, Richard

Budden, Dr. John

Buddough, James

Bugges, Anthony

Builth

Bulkeley, Sir Richard

Bull, Richard

Buller, Robert

Bulleyn, Robert

Bullingham, Francis

Bullion, see Coin.

Bullivant, Hugh

Bulloch, Dorothy
-, John

Bulmer, Bevis, Sir Bevis
-, Diana

Bunbury, Henry

Bunch, William

Bungay
-, priory

Bunny, Richard

Buny, William

Burby, Cuthbert

Burche, Anthony

Burchett, Humphrey

Burchill, John

Burcot

Burdeaux, Baldwin

Burford

Burford, Walter

Burges, John

Burgh, Elizabeth
-, Frances de, Countess of Essex and of Clanricarde
-, Lady
-, Richard de, Earl of Clanricarde

Burgh Castle

Burghley House

Burghley, Nicholas

Burgundy
-, House of

Burham

Burials, see Funerals.

Burien, Richard

Burlace, Nicholas
-, William

Burlacy, Sir John
-, Sir William

Burlamachi, Laurence
-, Philip

Burleigh, Lord, see Cecil, Thomas and William.

Burley, Captain

Burly, John

Burnby

Burneby, John

Burned Lodge

Burnell, Edward
-, Captain Francis

Burnham Abbey

Burrell, Christopher
-, James
-, Robert

Burroughes, Henry

Burrow, Robert
-, Wilmot

Bursco, priest

Burscough

Burton, Herefordshire
-, Westmoreland

Burton, Edward
-, Robert
-, Samuel

Burwash

Bury, Edmund
-, Leonard

Bury St. Edmunds

Bush, John

Bushell, Edward
-, Sir Edward

Bushen, Philip

Bushley

Bushop, Barnaby

Bushton, Philip
-, -

Bushy Park

Bussey, Andrew

Busshopdale

Butcher, Henry, see Bowcher.
-, Sir Henry

Butchers

Butler, Elizabeth
-, Henry
-, Sir Henry, letters of, to Cecil
-, Sir Oliver
-, Sir Philip
-, Thomas, Earl of Ormond
-, William
-, priest
-, Lady

Butterall, Thomas

Butterton, William

Butterwick

Button, James
-, Captain Thomas
-, William
-, Sir William

Bye, Reynold

Byfleet

Byley

Bymaken, Greyfriars at

Bynion, Edward

Bynns, Ottiwell

Bythorn-cum-Oldweston

Bywater, Thomas

Cadbury, Richard

Cade, John
-, Nicholas

Cadwallader, Roger, alias Rogers
-, see Ap Thomas, Cadwallader.

Caen, stone from

Caerleon

Cæsar, Alice
-, Dr. Henry, alias Adelmare
-, Sir Julius, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Judge of the Admiralty
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters of, to Lake

Cæsar, Sir Julius, letters to, see also James I., letters of.
-, notes and endorsements by
-, petition to
-, warrants to
-, Thomas
-, Thomas, Baron of the Exchequer

Cage, John, Sir John
-, David

Caistor

Calais
-, governor of

Calandrini, John

Calcott

Caldert, Roger

Cale, Matthew

Calico, see Cotton.

Calley, William

Callowes

Calon, Nicholas

Calshot Castle

Calstock

Calverly, Henry
-, William

Calvert, George
-, Sampson

Calvin, Robert

Calwich

Cam, Thomas

Cambaia

Camber Castle

Camberwell House

Camborne

Cambridge
-, castle
-, letters from
-, Mayor of
-, University
-, charter of
-, Chancellor of, (Sir Robert Cecil)
-, Vice-Chancellors of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to, see Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, letters of.
-, Proctor of
-, Lady Margaret (Tudor's) lecture
-, Regius Professor of Greek at
-, Colleges of, viz.
-, Bennet College, see Corpus Christi.
-, Caius, see Gonville and Caius.

Catherine's Hall

Cambridge University, colleges of - continued.
-, Christ's
-, Clare Hall
-, Corpus Christi
-, Emmanuel
-, Gonville and Caius
-, Jesus
-, King's
-, Magdalen
-, Pembroke Hall
-, Peter House
-, Queen's
-, St. John's
-, Sidney Sussex
-, Trinity
-, Trinity Hall

Cambridgeshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs, of

Camden, William, Clarencieux

Camphell, Archibald, Earl of Argyle
-, Robert.

Campion, Edmund, jesuit

Camps

Campsall

Canaan, maps of

Canary Islands

Candeler, Richard

Candia

Cank

Cannefield, Robert

Cannon Row

Canon, Thomas

Canterbury
-, letters from
-, ruins at
-, park at
-, Archbishops of, see Whitgift; Bancroft.
-, Archbishopric of
-, Archdeacon of, see Fotherby, Charles.
-, Consistorial Court of
-, Deans and Chapter of
-, cathedral of
-, alms-rooms in
-, prebends of
-, Prerogative Court of

Cantyre

Capell, Sir Gamaliel

Caple, Richard
-, Thomas

Cardell, Francis
-, Thomas

Carden, Mr.

Cæsar, Sir Julius, letters to, see also James I., letters of.
-, notes and endorsements by
-, petition to
-, warrants to
-, Thomas
-, Thomas, Baron of the Exchequer

Cage, John, Sir John
-, David

Caistor

Calais
-, governor of

Calandrini, John

Calcott

Caldert, Roger

Cale, Matthew

Calico, see Cotton.

Calley, William

Callowes

Calon, Nicholas

Calshot Castle

Calstock

Calverly, Henry
-, William

Calvert, George
-, Sampson

Calvin, Robert

Calwich

Cam, Thomas

Cambaia

Camber Castle

Camberwell House

Camborne

Cambridge
-, castle
-, letters from
-, Mayor of
-, University
-, charter of
-, Chancellor of, (Sir Robert Cecil)
-, Vice-Chancellors of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to, see Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, letters of.
-, Proctor of
-, Lady Margaret (Tudor's) lecture
-, Regius Professor of Greek at
-, Colleges of, viz.
-, Bennet College, see Corpus Christi.
-, Caius, see Gonville and Caius.

Catherine's Hall

Cambridge University, colleges of - continued.
-, Christ's
-, Clare Hall
-, Corpus Christi
-, Emmanuel
-, Gonville and Caius
-, Jesus
-, King's
-, Magdalen
-, Pembroke Hall
-, Peter House
-, Queen's
-, St. John's
-, Sidney Sussex
-, Trinity
-, Trinity Hall

Cambridgeshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs, of

Camden, William, Clarencieux

Camphell, Archibald, Earl of Argyle
-, Robert.

Campion, Edmund, jesuit

Camps

Campsall

Canaan, maps of

Canary Islands

Candeler, Richard

Candia

Cank

Cannefield, Robert

Cannon Row

Canon, Thomas

Canterbury
-, letters from
-, ruins at
-, park at
-, Archbishops of, see Whitgift; Bancroft.
-, Archbishopric of
-, Archdeacon of, see Fotherby, Charles.
-, Consistorial Court of
-, Deans and Chapter of
-, cathedral of
-, alms-rooms in
-, prebends of
-, Prerogative Court of

Cantyre

Capell, Sir Gamaliel

Caple, Richard
-, Thomas

Cardell, Francis
-, Thomas

Carden, Mr.

Cardenas, J. de

Cardiff

Cardiganshire
-, justices in
-, offices in

Cardisson

Cardoini, Camillo

Cards, customs on

Carell, Sir Edward
-, Sir John

Careston, Edward

Careswall

Carew, Edward
-, Sir George, Lord Carew of Clopton
-, as Vice-Chamberlain and Receiver of the Queen
-, as Lieutenant of Ordnance
-, as Master of Ordnance
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to
-, Joyce Lady
-, Sir George, Ambassador to France
-, Lady
-, Sir John
-, --

Carew Castle

Carey, Sir Adolphus
-, Sir Edmund
-, Sir Edward, Master of the Jewels
-, Sir George
-, -, Lord Hunsdon
-, George, Lord Hunsdon, Lord Chamberlain
-, Elizabeth, Lady Hunsdon
-, Henry, Lord Hunsdon
-, Sir Henry, Master of the Jewels
-, Henry
-, Henry, sen.
-, Henry, jun.
-, John, Lord Hunsdon
-, Sir Philip
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Sir Robert
-, Thomas
-, Valentine
-, Elizabeth, Lady

Cargill, Thomas

Carill, Sir John

Carington, Andrew
-, John

Carington, Samuel

Carleton

Carleton, Alice
-, Dudley, Ambassador to Venice, Sir Dudley
-, notes and papers by
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Sir Walter Cope
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters of, to Chamberlain
-, (1603)
-, (1604)
-, (1605)
-, (1606)
-, (1607)
-, (1608)
-, (1609)
-, (1610)
-, letters to
-, letters to, see Chamberlain, John; Lister, Dr.; Lytton, Sir Rowland; Matthew, Tobie; Norris, Francis Lord; Perey, Sir Allan.
-, Anne, Mrs.
-, George
-, Dr. George

Carlion, see Caerleon.

Carlisle
-, alms-rooms at
-, castle of
-, gunner's places in
-, gaol of
-, letters from
-, Mayor of

Carlisle, Bishop of, see Robinson, Henry.
-, Christopher
-, Mary
-, Robert

Carlton

Carmarthen, Richard

Carmarthen

Carmarthenshire, lands, &c. in
-, grants of lands in
-, justices of
-, offices in
-, residents in

Carmichael, James

Carmichael, Sir Henry
-, Nathaniel

Carmina

Carn, Edward

Carnaby, Lancelot
-, servant of, see Healey, John.

Carnarvon
-, Castle

Carnarvonshire, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, officers in
-, residents in

Carol, Sir John
-, junior
-, Sir Thomas

Caron, Sir Noel de, Ambassador from Holland

Carpenter, Edward
-, Peter
-, Roger
-, Thomas
-, jesuit

Carpenters

Carr, John
-, Philadelphia
-, or Kerr, Sir Robert
-, grants, &c., to
-, letters to
-, Robert
-, Mr. (recusant)

Carrack, The, see Spain, carrack of.

Carrhouse

Carryer, William

Carse, or Kars, John

Carthay

Cartmel

Cartmell, Thomas

Cartwright, Francis
-, Richard

Carus, Mr.

Carvile, John

Casaubon, Dr. Isaac

Case, Bryan

Cashel, Edward

Cason, Edward

Cassand Island

Casse, Mr., (tutor)

Cassinghurst, Mr.

Castel, John

Castell, George

Castile
-, Constable of, Juan Ferdinand de Velasco, Duke of Frias, Spanish Ambassador

Castillian, Francis

Castle Ashley
-, Eden
-, Hedingham
-, Moithen
-, Morton
-, Rushin

Castle, Thomas

Castleford

Castleton

Caswell

Catchmay, Thomas

Catechism, see Books.

Cater (widow)

Catesby, Ann Lady
-, Robert
-, death of
-, grants of lands of
-, servants of

Cathay

Catherick, Anthony

Catherine of Aragon, Queen of Henry VIII.

Catherine Parr, Queen of Henry VIII.

Catholic Bishops in England
-, succession

Catholics
-, conduct of the King towards, see James I., opinions of.
-, conspiracies and projects of
-, doctrines of
-, English
-, English, abroad
-, faction of
-, favour towards
-, letters of
-, lords
-, names of
-, proceedings against

Catmere

Catterlen

Catteshall

Cattle

Causton, John

Cavan

Cave, Lady

Cavell, John

Cavendish, Sir Charles
-, William, Lord, of Hardwick

Caversfield

Caversham

Cawdale, Richard

Cawmillne, Laird of, see Lawther.

Cawood Castle

Cawood, Thomas

Cayton

Cayworth, William

Cecil, Sir Robert, Secretary of State, Keeper of the Privy Seal, Master of Wards and Liveries, Chancellor of Cambridge, Lord Cecil of Essendon, Viscount Cranborne, Earl of Salisbury, Lord High Treasurer
-, commissions to
-, corrections and indorsements by
-, designs against
-, grants to
-, memorials and petitions to
-, papers by
-, payments to
-, references to
-, secretary of, see Munck, Levinus.
-, servants of
-, speeches of
-, warrants to
-, letters of, to various persons

Cecil, Sir Robert-continued.
-, letters of, to
-, Cambridge, Vice-Chancellors
-, Coke, Sir Edward
-, Customs, Officers of
-, Howard, Lord Henry
-, James I.
-, Lake, Sir Thomas
-, Osborne, John
-, Privy Council
-, Seaton, Earl of Dunfermline
-, Sheffield, Lord
-, Windebank, Sir Thomas
-, letters to, from various persons
-, (1603)
-, (1604)
-, (1605)
-, (1606)
-, (1607)
-, (1608)
-, (1609)
-, (1610)
-, letters to, see
-, Abbot, Bishop.
-, Aid Commissioners.
-, Alabaster, Thomas.
-, Arundel, Lord.
-, Aston, Sir Roger.
-, Atkins, Dr.
-, Audley, Lord.
-, Babington, Bishop.
-, Bacon, Sir Francis.
-, Bancroft, Bishop.
-, Barlow, Bishop.
-, Barnes, William.
-, Basill, Simon.
-, Bennet, Bishop.
-, Bingley, John.

Cecil, Sir Robert-continued.
-, letters to, see
-, Blount, Earl of Devonshire.
-, Bourchier, Earl of Bath.
-, Bowes, George.
-, Bowyer, Sir William.
-, Bradell, John.
-, Bromley, Sir Henry.
-, Brooke, Lord Cobham.
-, Butler, Sir Henry.
-, Cæsar, Sir Julius.
-, Cambridge, Vice-Chancellors of.
-, Carew, George Lord.
-, Carleton, Dudley.
-, Cecil, Thomas, Earl of Exeter.
-, William, Lord Roos.
-, William, Viscount Cranborne.
-, Clifford, Francis, Earl of Cumberland.
-, Cock, Sir Henry.
-, Cockayne, Richard.
-, Coke, Sir Edward.
-, Combe, William.
-, Compton, Lord.
-, Cooke, Sir William.
-, Avis, Lady.
-, Cotton, Henry, Bishop.
-, Croft, Sir Herbert.
-, Sir Jasper.
-, Cromwell, Lord.
-, Denys, Sir Thomas.
-, Digby, Sir Everard.
-, Docwra, Thomas.
-, Dudley, Lettice, Countess of Leicester.
-, Edmondes, Sir Thomas.
-, Egerton, Earl of Ellesmere.
-, Elphinstone, Lord Balmerinoch.
-, Erskine, Viscount Fenton.
-, Eure, Lord.
-, Ewens, Ralph.
-, Fane, Sir Thomas.
-, Fitzwilliams, John.
-, Forest, Anthony.
-, Freville, Sir George.
-, Fulwer, Nathaniel.
-, Gerard, Thomas Lord.
-, Glenham, Lady.
-, Glover, William.
-, Goad, Dr.
-, Godolphin, Sir William.
-, Goodere, Sir Henry.
-, Gorges, Sir Thomas.
-, Gray, Patrick.
-, Gregory, Arthur.
-, Greville, Sir Fulk.
-, Harrington, Lord.
-, Harvy, Sir George.
-, Hastings, Sir Francis.
-, Hay, Sir Alexander.
-, Earl of Errol.

Cecil, Sir Robert-continued.
-, letters to, see
-, Hay, Paul de la.
-, Herbert, Earl of Pembroke.
-, Hercey, John.
-, Hitcham, Robert.
-, Hobart, Sir Henry.
-, Hollis, Sir John.
-, Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham.
-, Henry, Earl of Northampton.
-, Thomas, Viscount Bindon.
-, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk.
-, Hume, Earl Dunbar.
-, James I.
-, James, Dean and Bishop.
-, Jarvis, Arthur.
-, Johnson, Sir Robert.
-, Ker, Lord Roxburgh.
-, Lane, Sir William.
-, Lawson, Sir Wilfrid.
-, Leigh, Sir Henry.
-, Lewkenor, Sir Lewis.
-, Lloyd, Bishop.
-, Lok, Henry.
-, Manners, Sir Oliver.
-, Earl Rutland.
-, Markham, Sir Griffin.
-, Lady.
-, Maton, William.
-, Matthew, Bishop.
-, Mayors of Chester, Exeter, Headon, Plymouth.
-, Meere, John.
-, Metcalfe, Sir Thomas.
-, Murray, Sir David.
-, John.
-, Neale, Francis.
-, Newton, Adam.
-, Norden, John.
-, Norris, Lord.
-, Ogle, Sir Richard.
-, Osborne, John.
-, Parker, Lord Morley.
-, Lord Monteagle.
-, Paulet, William, Lord St. John.
-, Percy, Earl of Northumberland.
-, Peyton, Sir John.
-, Phelips, Sir Edward.
-, Phelippes, Thomas.
-, Popham, Sir John.
-, Privy Council.
-, Ratcliffe, Earl of Sussex.
-, Robinson, Bishop.
-, Roper, Sir John.
-, Russell, Earl of Bedford.
-, Sackville, Earl of Dorset.
-, St. John, Oliver Lord.
-, Saltonstall, Sir Samuel.
-, Sanderson, Henry.
-, Scrope, Lord.

Cecil, Sir Robert-continued.
-, letters to, see
-, Seaton, Lord Fyvie, Earl of Dunfermline.
-, Selby, Sir William.
-, Selkane, Dorothy.
-, Sempill, Sir James.
-, Serle, Alexander.
-, Sheffield, Lord.
-, Shirley, Sir Thomas.
-, Skinner, Sir Vincent.
-, Skrimshaw, Richard.
-, Somerset, Earl of Worcester.
-, Stallenge, William.
-, Stanhope, John Lord.
-, Sir Michael.
-, Stanley, Earl of Derby.
-, Stapers, Richard.
-, Stewart, John, Earl of Mar.
-, Sir Robert.
-, Colonel William.
-, Stoner, Sir F.
-, Stuart, Lady Arabella.
-, Sydney, Lord Lisle.
-, Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury.
-, Tichborne, Sir B.
-, Tindall, Humphery.
-, Townshend, Sir H.
-, Tresham, Lady.
-, Trussell, Thomas.
-, Vere, Sir Francis.
-, Verney, Sir Richard.
-, Waad, Sir William.
-, Wales, President and Council of.
-, Wardour, Edward.
-, Warwickshire, Sheriffs.
-, Weston, Sir R.
-, Dr. Simon.
-, Wharton, Samuel.
-, Wilbraham, Sir R.
-, Willis, Simon.
-, Wilson, Thomas.
-, Wingfield.
-, Worcestershire, Sheriffs.
-, Wotton, Lord.
-, Wright, Henry.
-, Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton.
-, Zouch, Lord.
-, Elizabeth Lady
-, William, Viscount Cranborne
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Catherine, Viscountess Cranborne
-, Lady Frances
-, William, 1st Lord Burleigh
-, Thomas, 2nd Lord Burleigh, Earl of Exeter

Cecil, Thomas, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Dorothy, Lady Burleigh, Countess of Exeter
-, William, 3rd Lord Burleigh
-, William, Lord Roos
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Edward
-, Richard
-, Sir William

Cecil-Hatfield

Cecil House

Cecill, Dr. J., priest
-, Thomas

Cee, Mr.

Ceely, Ann
-, Thomas
-, William

Cepy, Nicholas de

Chaderton, William, Bishop of Lincoln
-, Laurence

Chadwell

Chadwick, John

Chalcroft, Richard

Chalkhill, John

Challock

Challoner, Captain

Challoner (or Chaloner), Sir Thomas

Chalmer, William

Chamber, John
-, William

Chamber, Treasurer of, see Stanhope, Lord.

Chamberlain, Lord, see Carey, George, Lord Hunsdon; Howard, Thomas, Earl Suffolk.

Chamberlain, Francis
-, Henry
-, John
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Dudley Carleton
-, (1603)
-, (1604)
-, (1605)
-, (1606)
-, (1607)
-, (1608)
-, (1609)
-, (1610)
-, letters to, see Carleton, Dudley; Lytton, Sir Rowland.
-, Richard
-, Robert, alias Jones, John
-, Sir Robert

Chamberlain, William
-, Mrs.

Chambers, Charles
-, Edmund
-, George
-, George, priest
-, Richard
-, Robert

Chancellor, Lord, see Egerton, Thomas.
-, of Exchequer, see Hume, Sir George; Cæsar, Sir Julius.
-, of Duchy of Lancaster, see Fortescue, Sir John; Parry, Sir Thomas.

Chancery Court
-, causes in
-, masters in
-, officers of
-, records of

Chandos, Lord, see Bruges.

Channer, Marmaduke

Chantrell, Robert

Chantry lands, see Crown lands.

Chapel Hainault, see Hainault.

Chapel Royal, see James I.

Chapham, John see Clapham.

Chaplin, Edward
-, John

Chapman, Adam
-, Ann
-, Clement
-, Francis
-, Henry
-, John
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Char, Sir George

Charcoal, see Coal.

Chard
-, Mayor of

Charing Cross
-, mews at

Charisius, Jonas, Danish Ambassador

Charles IX., King of Sweden

Charles, Nicholas

Charles, Prince, Duke of York, &c.
-, journey of, to England
-, apparel, jewels, &c., of
-, books for
-, commissioners of
-, gifts to, see James I., gifts of.
-, guardian of, see Carey, Elizabeth Lady.
-, household of
-, lands of

Charles, Prince, officers and servants of
-, payments for
-, residences of
-, tutor of, see Murray, Thomas.

Charleton, Edward

Charlett, Francis

Charlot, John

Charlton, Edward
-, Mark

Charlton

Charlton-upon-Otmoor

Charneley, John

Charnock, priest
-, John

Charter House, letters from

Chartley-Beomond

Chatham

Chatsworth

Chauncey, Sir Toby
-, Sir William

Chaunt, John

Chauton

Chaworth, George

Cheapside, see London, streets of.

Chedzoy

Cheek, Lady

Chelie

Chellaston

Chelsea
-, college at
-, House

Chelston

Cheney, Thomas Lord
-, Richard

Cheque, see Prick and cheque, Clerks of. heriton

Cherry-Burton

Cherry, Edward
-, Sir Francis

Chertsey

Chesham, Alexander

Cheshire
-, lands and places in
-, mises in
-, offices in
-, receivers for
-, residents in

Cheshunt Park
-, Nunnery

Chesilhampton

Chesshall, William

Chester
-, letters from
-, alms-rooms in
-, Castle

Chester, Chamberlain of
-, Earldom of
-, justices and sheriffs of
-, Mayor, &c., of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Bishop of, see Vaughan, Lloyd.
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, Diocese of
-, Herald, see Knight, Thomas.
-, County Palatine of
-, exchequer of

Chester, George
-, Sir Robert
-, William

Chesterford

Chesworth

Chewte, Christopher
-, Philip

Chichester
-, Lieutenant of
-, Mayor of
-, Bishop of, see Watson, Andrews, Harsnet.
-, Cathedral
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, Diocese of
-, Chancellor of

Chichester, Amias
-, Sir Arthur, Lord Deputy of Ireland
-, Gertrude
-, Sir Robert
-, Mr. (of Turner's-piddle)

Chickford Walk

Chicklade

Chief Barons, see Periam, Sir William; Fleming, Sir Thomas; Tanfield, Sir Lawrence.

Chief Justices, see King's Bench and Common Pleas.

Chielsmore

Child, Thomas

Childwall

Chiltern Hills

China

Chinley, alias Mainstonfield

Chinnor

Chipley

Chippingale, Dr. John

Chipping Campden

Chipping Lamborne

Chiswick

Cholmley, Mary
-, Richard
-, William

Chopwell
-, Wood

Chorley

Christ Church, Canterbury
-, Devon
-, Hants

Christen Malford

Christian IV., King of Denmark

Christian, Robert

Christmas, William

Christopher, Don, Prince of Portugal

Christ's Hospital, Durham, see Sherburn.
-, London

Church, Edmund
-, Richard
-, Rocke

Church Stretton

Church Affairs

Church of England

Church of Rome

Churches, Protestant
-, Roman Catholic

Churchill, John
-, Mr., (steward)
-, Mr.

Churchland

Churchlow, William

Churchwood Meadows

Chute Forest

Chute, Sir Edward
-, Philip
-, Sir Walter

Cinque Ports
-, fishermen of
-, officers of
-, wardens of., see Brooke, Lord Cobham; Howard, Earl of Northampton.

Cirencester

Clackclose

Clanricarde, Earl, see Burgh, De.
-, Countess, see Burgh, De.

Clapham

Clapham, James
-, or Chapham, John

Clare, Sir Francis
-, Ralph
-, Mrs.

Clarencieux King-at-Arms, see Camden, William.

Clarendon Park

Clark, Daniel
-, Simon

Clarke, Edward
-, Humphrey
-, John
-, William
-, Sir William
-, Dr.

Clarkeson, Michael

Clasquin, Captain
-, Mr. P.

Clavec, John, King's Apothecary

Claworth

Claxton, Sir John

Clayton, Ralph
-, Robert
-, or Cleiton, Dr.

Clement VIII.

Clements, Nicholas

Clenok, priest

Clere, John de

Clere, Sir Edward

Clergy
-, aid, see Henry, Prince, aid for knighting.
-, High Commission
-, subsidies and tithes of

Clerk, Edmund
-, Sir Robert, Baron of the Exchequer
-, Sir Thomas

Clerke, William, priest

Clerkenwell

Clerks Hall

Clesby, Roger

Cleve, Lady

Cleves, or Cleveland, Duchy of

Cleyland, Alexander

Clifford, Sir Alexander
-, Lady Anne
-, Lady Frances
-, George, Earl of Cumberland
-, as Governor of Berwick
-, as Lieutenant of the Borders
-, grants to
-, letters to
-, Grissel, Countess of Cumberland
-, Francis, Earl of Cumberland, Lieutenant of the Borders
-, grants to
-, letters to
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Henry, Lord

Clifton, Sir Gervase
-, Henry
-, John
-, Thomas
-, see Singleton.

Climping

Clink, Prison of, Southwark

Clinton, Edward, 11th Earl of Lincoln
-, Henry, 12th Earl of Lincoln

Clipston

Clive Forest

Clock, John

Clocks

Clogher, Bishop of, see Montgomery, George.

Clopton

Clopton, William

Closburn, Laird of

Cloth, Draperies, Kerseys, &.
-, customs on
-, export and import of

Clothall

Clothiers and Clothmakers, see also London, companies of.

Clowley, Thomas

Clun
-, hospital at

Clyve, see King's Cliffe.

Clyve Episcopi

Co, Richard

Coal
-, customs on
-, meters of
-, mines
-, (wood or charcoal)

Coat and conduct money

Cobb, John
-, Lady

Cobham
-, Hall

Cobham, Lord, see Brooke.

Coborne, James, see Cockburn.

Cock, Captain Charles
-, Sir Henry, Cofferer of the Household
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, payments to

Cockayne, Richard, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Thomas
-, William

Cockburn, James

Cockermouth Castle

Cockes, George
-, Richard

Cocks and cock-fighting, see James I., cockmasters of.

Cod, see Fish.

Codbarrow Hall

Codrus Cottage

Coell, Thomas

Cofferer of the Household, see Cock, Sir Henry; Vernon, Sir Robert.

Coffin, John
-, Edward (jesuit)

Coggeshall

Coin and Coinage
-, French
-, Hungarian
-, Irish
-, exchange of
-, export of
-, officers of

Coining, crime of

Coke, Sir Edward, Attorney General, Chief Justice of Common Pleas
-, annotations, &., by
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters to
-, letters to, see Cecil, Earl of Salisbury.
-, speeches of
-, Lady Elizabeth, (Lady Hatton)

Colbeck, Margaret
-, Thomas

Colbourne

Colbrand, John

Colburne, Archibald

Colchester
-, Castle

Colcock, Allen

Coldham Hall, Suffolk

Coldharbour, see Colharbour.

Coldwell, Henry

Cole, George
-, Henry
-, John
-, Michael
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Mr.

Cole Park, Wilts

Coleman, Morgan

Coles, Edmund

Coleshill

Colharbour

Coling, John

Colle, John

Colledge, Thomas

Collehurst, Ann

Colles, Humphrey

Colleson, Peter

Colleton, John

Collingwood, Francis
-, John
-, (recusant)

Collins, David
-, Henry

Collion

Colly, Richard

Colly-Weston

Collyer, Richard

Collymore, James

Colman, Nicholas
-, Walter

Colmer, George

Colmores

Colne, River

Cologne

Colpepper, see Watson.

Colt, John
-, Maximilian, see Poultrain.
-, Mr.

Colthurst, Christopher
-, Edmund
-, Robert

Colvell, James

Combe
-, Keynes

Combe, William, letters of, to Salisbury

Comberton

Combes, Henry

Commerce, see Trade.

Commons, House of
-, addresses and petitions of, to the King
-, bills in
-, grievances of
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, members of.
-, messages, &. to, from the King, see James I., speeches and messages of.
-, petitions to
-, proceedings, speeches, &., in
-, see Parliament, speeches in.
-, speaker of, see Phelips, Sir Edward.

Common Pleas

Common Pleas, Chief Justices of, see Anderson; Coke.
-, clerks and prothonotaries of
-, fines in
-, justices of
-, records in

Common Prayer, Book of, see Books.

Communicants and Non-communicants

Companies, see London, companies of.

Compton, Sir Henry
-, Spencer
-, William Lord
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir William
-, Mr. (recusant)
-, Mrs. (recusant)

Compton

Compton Episcopi

Compton Magna

Compton-Pauncefoot

Comptroller of the Household, see Wotton, Edward Lord.

Comyng, Patrick

Concealed lands, see Crown lands.

Condé, Henri de Bourbon, Prince of

Coney, Peregrine

Conformity and non-conformity

Congleton

Coningham, Sir David

Coningsby, Sir Ralph
-, Sir Richard
-, Sir Thomas

Conjuration, see Witchcraft.

Connock, Richard

Conspiracies, see also Gunpowder Plot.

Constable, Francis
-, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, Sir John
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Sir William
-, Lady

Constantine, Peter

Constantinople

Conventicles

Convocation

Conway, Sir Edgar
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, James
-, John
-, Thomas

Conway castle

Conyers, Christopher
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, William

Coo, William

Cooke, Anne
-, Avis Lady
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Edward
-, Francis, see Gray.
-, Katherine
-, Robert
-, or Cookes, Thomas (wardrobe-keeper)
-, (felon)
-, (ship-builder)
-, Walter
-, William
-, Sir. William
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Mr. (minister)

Cookes, see Cooke.

Cookesbury, William

Cookham

Cookhill

Cookridge Woods

Cooling Park

Coombe, William

Coombe, Anthony

Coote, Sir Nicholas

Cope, Sir Anthony
-, Sir Walter
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters to, see Carleton, Dudley.

Cope Castle (Holland House)

Copley, Anthony
-, letters and confessions of
-, William
-, Lieutenant
-, Mrs.

Copp, Rowland

Copper

Coppin, Sir George

Coppinger, Ambrose
-, Francis

Copyhold lands, see Crown lands.

Corbet, John
-, Katherine
-, Sir Miles
-, Robert

Corbett, Clement

Corbin, Thomas

Cordall, Thomas

Corea

Corn
-, dearth of
-, export and import of

Cornhill, see London, streets of.

Cornish, Nicholas

Cornwall
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, lieutenants and justices, in &.
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, tin and tinners in
-, Duchy of
-, lands belonging to
-, offices in
-, receivers of

Cornwall, Sir Thomas

Cornwallis, Sir Charles
-, Thomas, Sir Thomas
-, Thomas, jun.
-, William
-, Sir William

Coronation, see James I.

Corse Court

Cosen, Edmund

Cosill

Coston, John

Coswarth

Coswarth, Edward

Cotes, John
-, Thomas

Coton

Cottesbach

Cottingham, Yorkshire
-, Northamptonshire

Cotton or calico

Cotton

Cotton, Francis
-, Henry, Bishop of Salisbury
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Richard
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, William, Bishop of Exeter
-, Mr.
-, Mrs.

Cottrell, Edward, alias Sampson

Cotty, Thomas

Coughton

Council, the, see Privy Council.

Councils, the

Coundon

Counsel-at-law, and Counsellors

Counterfeit money, see Coining.

Counties, four English, see Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Worcestershire.

County attorneys
-, feodaries
-, lieutenants
-, sessions
-, sheriffs
-, surveyors

Courcelles, Mary

Court, the
-, absence or banishment from
-, amusements of
-, letters from
-, news of

Court, Thomas
-, William

Courtenay, James
-, James, jun.

Courtney, Elizabeth
-, Francis
-, George

Courts, foreign

Coveney

Covent Garden

Coventry
-, lieutenancy of
-, mayor, &., of
-, priory of

Coventry and Lichfield, Bishops of, see Overton, Abbot, Neile.
-, diocese of

Covert, Sir Walter

Covewald

Coward, Thomas
-, William

Cowbit

Cowdry, or Cowdray

Cowell, Dr. John

Cowes

Cowley, Thomas

Cowper, John
-, Sir John
-, Robert
-, Mr. (minister)

Cox, Mr.

Coxe, Alban
-, John
-, Sir Richard
-, Roger

Coxiter, Richard

Coyte, Nicholas

Cradock, John
-, John
-, Richard

Craig, James
-, John
-, Sir Thomas

Cranborne, Viscount, see Cecil, Robert and William.

Cranborne house, park, and chace

Crane, Fr.
-, John
-, Ralph

Cranfield

Cranfield, Lionel
-, Thomas

Cranford
-, le Mot
-, St. John's

Cranmer, Robert
-, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury

Cranston, Sir William, Lord

Crashaw, William

Craven

Craven, John
-, Richard

Crawley, Thomas

Creichton, Sir James
-, Jesuit

Creslow

Cressy, William, sen.
-, William, jun.

Creswell, Joseph (jesuit)

Crew, Thomas

Crewe, Anthony

Crichton, Robert, Lord of Sanquair

Crick, Samuel

Crimpe

Cripplegate, see London, streets of.

Cripps, John

Crishall

Crites, John de
-, John de, jun.

Crixith

Crockerne

Crockford, Richard

Crockhill

Crockley-in-the-Edge

Croft
-, Sir Herbert, Steward of Leominster
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Jasper, letters of, to Salisbury

Croft, Robert
-, see Moatford.

Crofton

Croke, or Crooke, Sir John, Justice of King's Bench

Crome, Robert

Crompton, John
-, Nicholas
-, Dr. Thomas
-, Sir Thomas

Cromway, Euphemia

Cromwell, Edward Lord
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Oliver
-, Thomas

Crooke, George
-, Henry
-, William

Crooke, Sir John, see Croke.

Crosby, Richard

Cross, Sir Robert

Cross, sign of

Croston

Croydon

Crowcher, Agnes
-, Thomas

Crowhurst

Crowley, Margaret
-, Thomas

Crowmill et Bickton

Crown, clerks and prothonotaries of
-, debts of
-, debts to
-, debts to, for recusancy
-, debts, grants of
-, debts, old
-, debts, old, grants of
-, jewels, see also James I., jewels of.
-, revenue and expenditure of

Crown lands
-, assart
-, chantry
-, concealed
-, copyhold
-, encroached
-, entailed
-, escheated
-, undervalued
-, Commissioners for sale or lease of
-, alienations of
-, fines for alienations of
-, office of alienations of
-, farming of
-, grants of
-, sales and surveys of
-, surveyors of

Crumpton, --, (prisoner,)

Crutched Friars

Cryggion Mores

Cudberd, Richard

Culcheth, Jeffery

Cum Turth

Cumberford, Humphrey
-, William

Cumberland
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, lieutenants of
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, Earls of, see Clifford.

Cunliffe, Richard

Cunningham, Patrick
-, Robert

Cunningsby, Thomas

Cure, Cornelius

Curle, William

Curll, Edward

Currants, customs on

Currer, William

Curriers, see also Leather.

Curtis, Thomas

Curwen, Cuthbert
-, Thomas

Custom House

Customs, see also Cards, Cloth, Coals, Currants, Dyeing Woods, Gold and Silver Thread, Lead, Muscadell, New Drapery, Oil, Pewter, Plate, Raisins, Salt, Starch, Sugar, Tin, Tobacco, Wines, Wool.
-, abuses in
-, collectors of
-, commissioners for
-, exemption from
-, farmers of
-, farmers of, letters to
-, grants of
-, officers of
-, officers of, letters to, see Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; Sackville, Earl of Dorset.

Cuthbert, John

Cutts, Allan
-, Francis
-, George
-, Sir John, sen.
-, Sir John, jun.&. in,