Index L-P

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

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. "Index L-P", in Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610, (London, 1857) 721-744. British History Online, accessed May 27, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/domestic/jas1/1603-10/pp721-744.

. "Index L-P", Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1603-1610, (London, 1857). 721-744. British History Online. Web. 27 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/domestic/jas1/1603-10/pp721-744.

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L- Mr.

La Fontaine, M.

La Motte, M.

Laahmore, Edmund

Lacock, George

Lacon, Elianor

Lacy, John

Ladbroke

Ladiman, John

Laet, John de

Lake, Dr. Arthur, Dean of Worcester
-, John
-, Mary Lady
-, Sir Thomas, Latin Secretary
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, (1604)
-, (1606)
-, (1607)
-, (1608)
-, (1609)
-, (1610)
-, letters to
-, see also Bancroft, Bishop; Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; Cæsar, Sir Julius; Coke, Sir Edward; Howard, Earl of Northampton; Howard, Earl of Nottingham; Howard Earl of Suffolk; Hume, Earl of Dunbar; Privy Council; Sackville, Earl of Dorset; Somerset, Earl of Worcester; Waad, Sir William.
-, payments to
-, William

Lamb, Andrew

Lambe, John

Lamberhurst

Lambert, Edward
-, Henry

Lambert, Simon
-, Thomas
-, (felon)

Lambeth
-, letters from

Lambton, George

Lampard, William

Lanaunte Rectory

Lancashire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, visitors to

Lancaster
-, County Palatine of
-, Justices in
-, Duchy of
-, Chancellor of, see Fortescue
-, Parry.
-, lands belonging to
-, grants of lands belonging to
-, officers in
-, receivers for

Lancaster, Sir James
-, Thomas

Lancaster Herald, see Charles, Nicholas.

Lands, grants of, see Crown lands.

Lane, Robert
-, Sir Robert
-, Thomas
-, Sir William
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Lanercost

Lanes, see London, streets of.

Lanfrank, Mr.

Langar

Langdale, William

Lange (minister)

Langer, Clement

Langewest

Langford

Langford, Richard

Langford Ecclesia

Langham, Rutland

Langham, Suffolk

Langley, Hertford
-, Wilts

Langley, John
-, Dr.

Langley Mary's, Bucks, house and park

Langney

Langston, Anthony

Langton

Lanherne

Lanier, Alphonso

Lanyer, Nicholas

Lapley

Lapworth

Lardo, Paulo

Larke, Robert

Larkin, Thomas

Lassells, Edmund
-, grants to

Lathom

Latier, Humphrey

Latin Secretary, see Smith, Sir Thomas.

Latwise, William

Laud, Dr. William
-, Mr.

Laughton

Launcelot, John

Launceston

Launde Priory
-, Park and Woods

Launderells

Laverock, Thomas

Laverton

Law, Ralph

Law, doctors of

Lawarre, Lord, see West.

Lawe, Anthony

Lawley, Edward
-, George
-, George, jun.
-, Thomas

Lawood House

Lawrence, Edward
-, John
-, Leonard
-, Matthew
-, Thomas

Lawson, Francis
-, Henry
-, Ralph
-, Roger
-, Sir Wilfrid
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Mr.

Lawther, Laird of Cawmillne

Laxton, William

Laycon, Thomas

Layfield, Dr. (minister)

Laythwait, Alexander

Lazomby, Richard

Lea, Evans
-, Captain Philip

Lead
-, customs on

Leadenham

Leake, Edward
-, Robert

Leash, Masters and Children of

Leather (hides and skins)
-, export of

Leaver, Roger

Lecavill, Richard

Leche, Edward
-, John Rodrigos

Lechworth

Ledcome

Ledgers Ashby

Ledgold, Richard
-, William

Ledington

Ledington, Thomas

Lee

Lee, or Lea, river

Lee, Francis
-, Gilbert
-, Sir Henry
-, Hugh
-, John
-, Nicholas
-, Richard
-, Sir Richard
-, Sir Robert
-, Lady
-, see Gerard, John.

Leech, Edward
-, Nathaniel
-, Thomas

Leeds
-, Kent

Leeds, Sir Thomas

Leefield, Abraham

Leeke-Wootton

Leeson, Bennett

Legate, John

Legge, Dr. Thomas

Leghorn

Le Gris, Robert

Le Gros, Thomas

Leicester
-, Forest
-, Mayor of
-, New Park

Leicester, Earl of, see Dudley, Robert.
-, Countess of, see Dudley, Lettice.

Leicester's Commonwealth

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

Leigh
-, the

Leigh, Captain Charles
-, Sir Edward
-, Sir Francis
-, Sir Henry
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, James
-, Sir James
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Oliver
-, Sir Oliver, or Oliphe
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, Sir Uriah
-, alias Lythe, Walter
-, William

Leighton
-, Walk, Waltham Forest

Leighton, Lady Elizabeth
-, Sir Thomas
-, Sir William
-, (justice)

Leminge, Robert, see Liminge.

Lennard, Sampson
-, Margaret

Lenox, Duke of, see Stuart, Lewis.
-, Earl of, see Stuart, Matthew.
-, Countess of, see Stuart, Margaret.

Lenton Priory

Leo XI., Pope

Leominster
-, steward of, see Croft, Sir Herbert.
-, Priory

Lepingdon, Edward

Lepton, John

Le Sieur, Stephen
-, Sir Stephen

Lesley, Sir Patrick, Lord of Lindores

Lesley, James
-, William

Lessingham, Mr.

Lester, Henry

Lethersall, Edward

Letters, see Posts.

Levant, the
-, Company (Turkey merchants)
-, ambassadors of

Leven river

Levens, Hans

Lever, Ralph
-, Thomas

Leveson, John
-, Sir John
-, or Luson, Sir Richard
-, Sir Walter
-, William

Levett, Thomas

Levingston, Alexander
-, Daniel
-, Henry
-, John, Equerry of the Queen
-, John, jun., Groom of the Bedchamber
-, John

Levyns, Sir Melchoir

Lewen, Sir Justinian

Lewes

Lewes, Anthony

Lewgar, John

Lewin, Thomas

Lewis, Anthony
-, John
-, Thomas
-, William

Lewisham

Lewkenor, George
-, Sir Lewis
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Lady
-, Sir Richard, Chief Justice of Chester

Ley, John
-, Thomas
-, see also Leigh.

Leyden

Leyland, Christopher

Liber Rubeus

Lichfield
-, Bishop of, see Coventry and Lichfield.
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, prebend of

Lidall, Richard

Lidd, Henry

Ligon, Sir William

Lilburn, Ferdinando
-, John

Lime

Limehouse

Liminge, Robert

Linchford and Ash

Lincoln
-, Bishops of, see Chaderton, William;
-, Barlow, William.
-, cathedral of
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, diocese of
-, Earl of, see Clinton.

Lincoln, Thomas

Lincolnshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Lincoln's Inn

Lindley, Sir Henry
-, Lawrence

Lindores, Lord, see Lesley, Sir Patrick.

Lindsay, Bernard
-, David
-, David, Bishop of Ross
-, Edward
-, Sir Henry
-, Sir James

Lindsey

Linewray, Sir John

Ling, see Fish.

Linkhorne, Thomas

Linley, Martin

Linlithgow
-, Earl of, see Livingston.

Linsden, Thomas

Linton
-, Walk, Waltham Forest

Lions, John

Lisbon

Lisle, Norman
-, William
-, Mr.
-, Lord, see Sydney.

Lister, Ingram
-, John
-, Dr. Matthew, letters of, to Carleton

Liston

Lithuania

Little, Richard

Little Dalby

Little Stanmore

Little Thurrock

Little Weldon

Littlebury, Humphrey

Littlejohn, see Owen, Nicholas.

Littleton, Sir Edward
-, Humphrey
-, John
-, Muriell
-, Stephen

Livedon

Lively, Edward

Liveries, see Wards.

Liverpool
-, Mayor of

Liversedge

Livingston, Alexander, Earl of Linlithgow
-, George

Llachilched

Llan-Armon

Llanbadarn Abuseyth

Llanbadarn Fawr

Llanbeulan

Llandaff, Bishop of
-, diocese of

Llandeilo-Vwaur

Llandinam

Llandough

Llanidar

Llannech-y-Aneth

Llan Peddroch

Llan Sainte y Catherine

Llanvailog

Llanwddyn

Llarneston

Llewellyn Griffith

Llewelyn, Mr.

Lloyd, Charles
-, Fulk
-, George, Bishop of Man
-, Bishop of Chester
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Gwenhoyvar
-, Humphrey
-, Oliver
-, Dr. Oliver
-, Rice ap David
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Llysfaen, see Penmaen Llysfaen.

Loader, alias Suttell, Thomas

Loan to the King (1604)
-, (1610)
-, Loan to the King, repayment of
-, see also London.

Lochard, Johan

Locherson, John

Lochleven Castle

Lock, Thomas

Lockley, Frances
-, Robert

Locksmith, Richard

Loddington

Lodge, Dr. Thomas

Logwood
-, customs on

Lok, Henry
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Michael

London
-, aldermen of
-, buildings in or near
-, burials and christenings in
-, charter to
-, churches of
-, citizens of
-, City Companies of
-, Barbers and Surgeons
-, Brewers
-, Butchers
-, Clothworkers
-, Cordwainers
-, Feltmakers
-, Fishmongers
-, Goldsmiths
-, Grocers
-, Haberdashers
-, Ironmongers
-, Leathersellers
-, Mercers
-, Merchant Tailors
-, Mineral and Battery Works
-, Musicians
-, Pewterers
-, Pinmakers
-, Poulterers
-, Salters
-, Starchmakers
-, Stationers
-, Turners

London, freemen of
-, highways near
-, King's entry into, see James I.
-, letters dated from, passim.
-, loan to King
-, Lord Mayors of
-, (1603):Lee, Robert
-, (1603-4):Bennet, Sir Thomas
-, (1604-5):Low, Sir Thomas
-, (1605-6):Hollyday, Sir Henry
-, (1606-7):Watts, Sir John
-, (1607-8):Rowe, Sir Henry
-, (1608-9):Weld, Sir Humphrey
-, (1609-10):Cambell, Sir Thomas
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, merchants of
-, offices and officers in
-, parishes of
-, plague in
-, port of
-, customs and custom officers of
-, prisoners in
-, receivers in
-, recorder of
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs of
-, ships of
-, streets of :-
-, Aldgate
-, Aldersgate-street
-, Bishopsgate
-, Blackfriars
-, Broad-street
-, Cheapside
-, Cornhill
-, Cripplegate
-, Dowgate

London, streets of-continued.
-, Fenchurch-street
-, Fetter-lane
-, Fleet-street
-, Friday-street
-, Friars, the
-, High Holborn
-, Holborn
-, Kingwell-street
-, Knight Rider-street
-, New Fish-street
-, Philip-lane
-, St. Giles's
-, St. John's-street
-, St. Martin's-lane
-, Shoreditch
-, Silver-street
-, Strand, see also Strand.
-, Thames-street
-, Trinity-lane
-, Watling-street
-, Wood-street
-, subsidies in
-, tradespeople in
-, travellers to or from
-, Bishops of, see Bancroft, Vaughan
-, Ravis, Abbott.
-, diocese of

London House

London, Elizabeth

Lone, Samuel

Long, Thomas

Long Bennington

Long Buckby

Long Preston

Longdale, Peter

Longe, Catherine
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Sir Walter

Longland

Longney

Longstock

Longworth

Longworth, William

Lorchin, Richard

Lords, the, see Privy Council; Lords, House of.

Lords, House of
-, conferences with the Commons

Lords, list of

Lords Spiritual and Temporal

Lorraine, Duke of, Charles le Grand
-, son of, see Vaudemont.
-, Duke of, Henri le Bon

Losse, Sir Hugh

Lostwithiel

Lotchard, William

Lothbury

Lotti, Ottaviano

Loughborough

Louth

Love, John
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas

Lovel, Captain Thomas

Lovelace, Sir Richard
-, Sir William

Lovell, Antiocheston
-, Edward
-, Jane, Lady
-, John
-, Mary Lady
-, -

Loversall

Lovett, Drew
-, Francis

Low, Francis
-, James

Low Countries, see also Flanders, Holland.

Lowde, John

Lowdham

Lowe, priest
-, John
-, Sir Thomas

Lowe, the

Loweley, Thomas

Lower, Sir William

Lowman, Francis
-, Philip

Lowther, Leonard
-, Sir Richard

Lowthorpe

Loxfield

Lubbesthrope

Lubeck

Lucas, William, sen.

Lucca

Luddington

Ludlow

Ludlow, Castle
-, letters from

Lugger, John

Lukin, Bartrobe

Lukin, Thomas

Luls, Arnold

Lulworth

Lumley, John Lord
-, Richard

Lundoris, Lord, see Lindores.

Lundy Island

Lunsden, Thomas

Lurgishall

Luson, Sir Richard, see Leveson.

Luther, Anthony
-, Martin
-, Thomas

Lutley, George

Lutterworth

Luxemburgh, Duke of

Lydd

Lyddall

Lydeat, George

Lydney

Lydston, Robert

Lydyard, Hugh

Lye

Lye, Alexander

Lyfield Forest

Lyme Regis
-, Mayor of

Lympsham

Lynam

Lyndhurst

Lyneden

Lyne, Mr. (of Westminster)
-, Thomas

Lyngen

Lyngen, Edward
-, Ellinor

Lynn

Lynn Regis, see King's Lynn.

Lyntell, Edward

Lyons

Lyons, John

Lyons, or Lions Castle, see Holt Castle.

Lytham

Lythe, Walter, see Leigh, Walter.

Lytton, Philip
-, Sir Rowland
-, letters of, to Chamberlain
-, letters of, to Carleton
-, William

Lyvalls

M'Carty, Lady Ellen
-, Florence

M'Donnel, Sir James
-, Sir Ronald

M'Sorrell, Randall

Macclesfield, or Maxwell, Peter

Machell, William

Mackew, John

Macwilliams, Henry

Maddison, Ralph

Madley

Madock, Richard

Madrid

Magdalen Hospital, Norfolk

Magner, Francis

Maherley

Maidenhead

Maidstone
-, Mayor of

Mainstonfield, see Chinley.

Mainwaring, Arthur, Sir Arthur
-, Christopher
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, Mr.

Mak, E. F.

Malaga

Malaspina, Marquises of

Malbeck

Malcolmtosh, John

Maldon

Male

Malines, Gerard

Mallerthorp

Mallet, George

Mallory, Sir John
-, Thomas, Dean of Chester

Mallows, John

Malmesbury

Malrey, Mr.

Malta, vessels of

Maltravers, Lord, see Howard, James.

Maltsters

Malvern

Malvern Chace

Malyn, Ferdinando

Man, Bishop of, see Lloyd; Philips.

Manaden

Manchester
-, College of Christ Church

Mancididor, -

Manedo (a savage)

Manewden

Manfield, Frances
-, John

Manisty, Edward

Manley, Richard

Mann, William

Manners, Francis
-, Sir George
-, Oliver, Sir Oliver
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Ralph
-, Roger
-, Roger, Earl of Rutland
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland

Manning, Peter

Mansell, Sir Robert
-, Lodowick
-, Thomas

Mansfield

Mansfield Waterhouse

Mansfield, Sir Edward
-, Henry

Mantell, Thomas

Mantua, Vincent I., Duke of

Manuscripts, see Books.

Manwood, John

Manyfold Wick

Maperley, Roger

Mapes, Leonard

Mapledingham

Mapperley

Mar, Earl of, see Stewart, John.

Marbury, Francis
-, George
-, Lawrence
-, Thomas

Marcham

Marches, see Borders.

Marcus, Jenkin

Marden

Margate

Margitts, George

Mariners

Markes, manor of

Market Harborough

Market, Clerks of

Markets and Fairs

Markey, William

Markham, Charles
-, Sir Griffin
-, attainder of
-, confessions and examinations of
-, letters of, to Cecil

Markham, Anne Lady
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, John, Serjeant-at-arms
-, John
-, Mr. (minister)

Marks, C.

Marnhill, Baron, see Howard, Henry.

Marque, Letters of

Marrick House and Park

Marrow, Isaac

Marsfield

Marsh, Henry
-, Leonard
-, Michael

Marshal of the Field

Marshall, George
-, John
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Marshalsea Prison

Marsham

Marshagh

Marshland

Marson, Simon

Martaiew

Marten, Dr. Henry
-, Dr. Richard

Martin, Alexander
-, Bartholomew
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, Richard
-, Sir Richard, Master of the Mint
-, Richard, Bishop of St. David's
-, Thomas
-, (friar)
-, Dr. (physician)

Martin Abbey

Martock

Marton

Marven, Sir James, see Mervin.

Marvyn, or Marvin, Thomas

Marwell

Marwood Hag

Marwood Park

Mary I., Queen

Mary, Princess
-, funeral of
-, Queen of Scots
-, de Medicis, Queen of France

Marybone Park

Mascall, Edward

Mason, Ambrose
-, Henry
-, John
-, Matathias

Mason, Peter
-, Robert

Masques, see Drama.

Mass, service of

Massam, William

Massey, Gerard

Massock, Henry

Massy, William

Masters, Ralph

Mathieu, Pierre

Matilson, Henry

Maton, William, letters of, to Salisbury

Matthew, Edmund
-, John
-, Morgan
-, Nathaniel
-, Tobias, Bishop of Durham, Archbishop of York
-, commissions to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, Tobie
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Carleton

Matthew, -

Matthews, Peter

Mattingley, John

Maudit, Mr. (of London).

Maugier, John.

Maull, Patrick

Maunchi, John

Maunder, Thomas

Maundy, the

Maurice, Francis
-, Count, see Nassau.

Mawdit, John

Mawdsley, -

Mawe, Leonard

Mawgan

Maxwell, Herbert
-, John Lord
-, Peter, see Macclesfield.
-, Robert
-, Ronald

May, Hugh
-, Humphrey
-, John
-, John (recusant)
-, Martin
-, Philip
-, Captain

Maycock, Sir Cavalliero

Maydenhall

Mayes, William

Mayland

Maylandes

Maynard, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, Sir William

Mayne, John
-, Joseph

Maynet, Michael

Mayo, -

Mead, Sir Thomas

Meares, Henry

Meath, Bishop of, see Dodd, Roger; Montgomery, George.

Meaze, see Garnet, Henry.

Medals

Medianburg

Mediterranean Sea

Medway River

Mee, Nicholas

Meek, Walter

Meere, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Melbourn

Melchet

Melcomb Regis

Melford

Melin, Cornelius

Melksham Forest

Mellersh, Richard

Mellett, George

Melvill, Andrew
-, Sir Robert

Mendip

Mendoza, Don Bernardino de, Spanish Ambassador

Merchandize

Merchant Adventurers
-, Strangers

Merchants

Merden

Meredith, Edward
-, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas ap John
-, Sir William
-, William

Merefleet

Merell, Thomas

Merevel

Merfin, George

Merick, Jenkyn Thomas

Merifield

Merionethshire
-, justices and judges in
-, offices in

Merlyon, the ship

Mermaid and Anchor inn

Merrick, Hugh
-, Rowland

Merry, Henry
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Merswe

Merton, James

Merton Abbey

Mervin, or Marven, Sir James

Meryton, Francis

Mesnil, M. du

Metcalf, Brian
-, Jerome
-, Sir Christopher

Metcalfe, Sir Thomas
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Metham, Sir Thomas

Metlawe and Welawe

Mevagissey

Mewtas, Mrs. Jane
-, Thomas

Mewtys, Captain Thomas

Mewys, Sir John

Meysey, Ma.
-, Thomas
-, William

Miccoti, Julian

Michelborne, Sir Edward
-, Lawrence
-, Thomas

Michel-grove

Michel-marsh

Michell, Francis
-, Lawrence
-, Mr.

Middenham

Middleborne

Middlebowe

Middleburgh

Middleham

Middlemore, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Mrs.

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

Middlesex, sheriff of

Middleton, Christopher
-, David
-, Francis
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, Robert
-, Sir Thomas
-, William
-, William
-, William (recusant)

Middleton (Kent)
-, (Lancashire)
-, (Northampton)
-, (York)

Milan

Mildmay, Sir Anthony
-, Sir Thomas
-, Sir Walter

Mile End

Milebrook

Miles (priest)

Milford

Militia

Mill, William

Millaston, -

Miller, Alexander
-, Hugh
-, James

Milles, Arthur

Millington, Anthony
-, (priest)

Mills, Francis
-, letters to, see Reynoldes, Edward.
-, Mrs.
-, Henry
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Milo

Milton
-, blockhouse

Milton, Adam

Milverstone

Milward, or How, Agnes
-, Dr. John
-, Thomas

Minchinhampton

Mineral and Battery Works, see London, Companies of.

Mines and Minerals, see also Scotland, mines in.

Mines Royal

Ministers
-, non-conforming

Ministers in Scotland, see Scotland.

Ministry

Minories, the

Minors, Roger

Minster

Mint, affairs of
-, auditors of
-, master of, see Martin, Sir Richard.
-, officers of
-, warden of, see Knyvet, Sir Thomas.

Mison, or Myson, Thomas

Misterton

Mitchell, Francis
-, John
-, Thomas

Mitford (priest)

Moatfords, priests, alias Croft and Grey

Mockett, Abraham

Mocktree Forest

Mogg, Walter

Mokett, John

Moldavia, Prince of

Mole

Mole, John
-, Mr. (tutor)

Molino, Nicolo (Venetian Ambassador)

Moluccas, the

Molyneux, Sir Richard
-, Rutland

Mompesson, Jasper
-, Thomas

Monday (pursuivant)

Mondon

Mondy, Edmund

Moneys, see Coin.

Monglatt, M. de

Monk Orchard

Monk, Sir Thomas

Monksmill et Monkey

Monkwearmouth

Monmouthshire
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in

Monopolies

Monox, Edward
-, family

Monro, Angus

Monson, Sir Thomas
-, Sir William

Montague, Sir Edward
-, Sir Henry
-, Henry
-, James, Dean of the Chapel Royal
-, Dean of Worcester
-, Bishop of Bath and Wells
-, Roger
-, Viscount, see Brown, Anthony.
-, Lady

Montague House

Montagues, the

Montaigne, Dr. George, Dean of Westminster
-, Hugh

Monteagle, Lord, see Parker, William.

Montgomeri, Earl of

Montgomery
-, Castle
-, gaol

Montgomery,
-, George, Bishop of Derry
-, Raffo, and Clogher,
-, Bishop of Meath
-, Sir Neil
-, Earl of, see Herbert.

Montgomeryshire
-, lands and places in
-, offices in

Montjoy, Lord, see Blount, Charles.

Montmorenci, Henri, Due de, Constable of
-, France
-, Charlotte Marguerite de

Moon, William

Moore, Adrian
-, Francis
-, Sir George
-, John
-, Mary
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Robert (of Hampshire)
-, Robert (coachmaker)
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Mr.

Moorfields

Moorhead, William

Morborn

Morcomb, William

Mordaunt, Henry Lord
-, connection of, with Gunpowder Plot
-, Margaret, Lady

More, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, Elizabeth
-, Gabriel
-, Sir George
-, Richard

Morehall

Morehay

Morehay Walk

Morekey, William

Moreton, Albert
-, Dr. Thomas

Morgan, Bridget
-, Sir Charles
-, Edward

Morgan, Francis
-, Harry
-, Mrs.
-, John
-, Mary
-, Sir Matthew
-, Rees
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Thomas (surveyor)
-, William (recusant)
-, William

Morice, Edward

Morking Mills

Morley

Morley, Edward
-, Lionel
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Lord, see Parker, Edward.

Morleys, the

Mornington, Richard

Morpeth

Morrall, Walter

Morrell, Roger

Morrice, Nicholas

Morris, Francis
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Nicholas
-, Robert
-, Robert (of Essex)
-, Thomas
-, Sir William
-, Winifred
-, (servant)

Morrison, Bess
-, Sir Charles
-, Fiennes
-, John

Morse, William

Mortimer

Mortimer, Mr.

Mortlake
-, Lodge and Park

Morton, Dr. Thomas, Dean of Gloucester
-, Dean of Winchester

Morvill

Moseley, William

Moselhew, Lawrence

Mote Park

Mote's Bulwark

Mottisfont

Mouchy, John

Moulsworth, Wingfield

Moulton Park

Mounson, Thomas
-, Mrs. (of Lincolnshire)

Mount, The

Mount Howard, Guiana

Mountfield

Mountford, Sir Edward
-, John

Moxsay, Nicholas

Moyses, David

Muckleston

Mulberry trees

Mulcaster, Richard

Muncaster, Leonard
-, Oliver

Munck, Levinus de, Secretary of Cecil
-, letter of
-, letters to
-, papers by

Muncrieff, Alexander
-, George
-, Henry
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Munden Hall

Munford, To.

Munition, see Ordnance.

Munster
-, Lord President of, see Danvers, Henry Lord.

Murray, David
-, Sir David
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, David, Lord Scone
-, George
-, James
-, Sir James
-, Jane
-, John (Queen's servant)
-, John (curate)
-, John (groom of the bedchamber)
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Patrick
-, Prudence
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas (tutor of Prince Charles)
-, William
-, Earl of, see Stewart, James.

Muscadell, customs on

Muschamp, Thomas

Muscovado

Muscovy
-, company, see also Russia merchants.

Muse, Thomas

Musgrave, Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, John
-, Leonard
-, Sir Richard
-, Thomas

Mush, William

Music, lecture on

Musicians, see James I., musicians of.

Mussell, Thomas
-, William

Musters

Muster-masters and commissioners

Mutmare Park

Muttlebury, Thomas

Mutton, Thomas

Mutton, Peter

Mydleton, John

Myers, Andrew

Myles, John

Mylwarde, William

Myng, John
-, Judith

Mynne, Sir Henry

Mynors, George

Mynours, Henry
-, John

Mynterne, Mr.

N- T-

Nairn, Mr.

Nantbay Grange

Naples

Nappay

Napper, Archibald

Narberth, or Norbertes

Narrow Seas

Nash

Nasmyth, John

Nassau, Count Maurice of

Nassington

Naunton, Robert

Navarre

Navy, or Fleet
-, abuses in
-, charges of
-, officers of
-, supplies for
-, treasurer of

Nay, John

Naylor, Adam
-, William

Neale, Francis
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Thomas
-, Walter

Neate, the

Neave, John

Neck, Roger

Nedham, Robert

Needham, Arthur
-, Francis
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Oswald
-, Mr.

Needwood Forest

Neile, Richard, Dean of Westminster
-, Bishop of Rochester
-, Bishop of Coventry and Lich-field
-, William

Nelson, Neils

Nethercombe, alias Estcombe

Netherdale

Netherham

Netherlanders, see Dutch and Hollanders.

Netherlands, see Holland, Flanders.
-, merchants of

Nether Padley

Neuburgh, George William Duke of

Nevey, George

Nevile, Dr. Thomas

Nevill, Lady Adeline
-, Sir Andrew
-, Lady Ann
-, Lady Catherine
-, Henry, 5th Earl of Westmoreland
-, Charles, 6th Earl of Westmoreland
-, Edward, or Edmund, of Latimer, titular Earl of Westmoreland
-, Lady Margaret
-, Lady Mary
-, Ralph, 1st Earl of Westmoreland
-, William (merchant)
-, William (examiner)

Neville, Anthony
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, letters of

New, John

New Drapery
-, customs on

New Forest

New Lodge

New Park, Leicestershire

New River

New Romney

Newark on Trent
-, hospital, alms-rooms in

Newark Grange

Newark Wood

Newborn

Newborough

Newbury

Newby

Newby, Alexander

Newcastle on Tyne
-, gaol of
-, letters from
-, Mayor of
-, recusants in

Newce, Captain William

Newcome, Dr.

Newell, Robert

Newelme, see Ewelme.

Newenham

Newfoundland

Newgate
-, prisoners in

Newham

Newham-Huntlo

Newland

Newman, John
-, Dr. George

Newmarket
-, inn at
-, letters dated from

Newminster, monastery

Newport, Isle of Wight

Newport, Captain Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir Francis
-, Robert
-, William

Newsham

Newsom, Edward

Newstead Grange

Newton, Adam
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Ann
-, Dr. Fogg
-, Katherine Lady
-, Theodore
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Newton Ferrers

Nichol Forest

Nicholas, John
-, Reynolds
-, Richard
-, Susan

Nicholls, Sir Augustine or Austin
-, John

Nicholson, Edmund
-, George
-, John
-, Otho
-, Thomas
-, William

Nicolls, Samuel
-, Thomas

Niloe, Hans

Noades, John

Noball Hall

Noke, Thomas

Non-communicants, see Communicants.

Non-conformity, see Conformity.

Nonsuch
-, house and park
-, game at
-, letters dated from

Norbertes, see Narberth.

Norbrook

Norbury

Norden, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Norfolk
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, manufactures in
-, offices in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriff, &c., of

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard, Thomas.

Norham Castle and Manor

Normanby

Normandy

Norrington

Norris, Allen
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, Francis Lord
-, accounts of

Norris, Francis Lord, illness of
-, letters of, to Carleton
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Bridget Lady
-, Bridget
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Silvester
-, William
-, Sir William
-, Mr.

Norroy King-at arms, see Segar, William; St. George, Richard.

North, Lady
-, (priest)
-, Mr.

North (of England), the
-, officers in
-, Council of
-, precedency in
-, President of, see Sheffield, Edmund Lord.

North Allerton
-, Auckland
-, Barsted
-, Cleobury
-, Hill
-, Muskham
-, Shoebury
-, Stoke

Northall

Northampton
-, archdeacon of
-, proctor of

Northampton house

Northampton, Earl of, see Howard, Henry.
-, Marchioness of, see Georges, Lady Helen.

Northamptonshire
-, forests in
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, lieutenants of
-, offices in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs and justices, &c., of

Northumberland
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, officers, &c, of
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Northumberland, Earl of, see Percy, Henry.

Northwich

Norton

Norton, Burham
-, Sir Daniel
-, Dudley
-, Elizabeth
-, Eustace
-, John, King's Printer
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Samuel
-, Thomas
-, Walter

Norwich
-, alms-rooms at
-, castle
-, hospital of, see St. Stephen's.
-, mayor and corporation of
-, Bishop of, see Jegon, John.
-, deanery of
-, diocese of
-, prebends of

Nostell

Note, John

Nottingham
-, mayor, &., of
-, castle

Nottingham, Earl of, see Howard, Charles.

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

Noy, William

Nuffield

Nuneaton

Nunn, John

Nunnington

Nurenberg

Nuttall, Thomas

Oakham

Oakley

Oaths, see Allegiance and Supremacy.

Oatlands
-, house and park

Oats, see Corn.

Oats, Thomas

Oborne, Edward

O'Bryan Donatus, Earl of Thomond

Ockley, Edward
-, Thomas

Ocknolds

O'Dogherty, -

O'Donnell, see Garvey, Neal.

O'Donnell, Rory, Earl of Tyrconnel

Odell, Jerome

Odington

Odstoke

Offerrell, Faghuy
-, John

Offley, Mr. (merchant)

Ogle, Cuthbert
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Sir Richard
-, letters of, to Cecil

Oglethorpe, Thomas
-, Owen

Ognell, George

O'Hagarty, James

O'Haggan, Henry

Oil, customs on

Okeford-Shilling

Oking

Old Sarum castle

Old Stratford

Oldcorne, Edward, alias Hall, Parker, Vincent
-, examinations of
-, letters of

Oldenburg, Antonius Guntherus, Count of

Oldis, William

Oldsworth, Arnold
-, Edward

Oliphant, John
-, Robert

Oliver, Peter
-, Richard
-, Robert

Olney
-, park

Ombersley

Ommeren and Ashenbroke, Henry de

O'Neil, Hugh, Earl of Tyrone

O'Neil, Catherine, Countess of Tyrone

Ongar

Onley, Sir Edward

Ord, William

Orde, Henry
-, Richard

Ordnance, munition, &.

Ordnance, Lieut-General of, see Carew, Sir George; Dallison, Sir Roger.
-, Masters of, see Blount, Earl of Devonshire ; Carew, George Lord.
-, officers of
-, stores, &.

Ore, see Lead, Silver.

Orkney, Earl, see Stewart, Patrick.

Orleton

Orlingbury

Orme, Captain Roger

Ormskirk

Ormond, Earl of, see Butler, Thomas.
-, Marquis of, see Charles, Prince.

O'Roughan, Denis (priest)

Orrell, George
-, George, jun.

Orsett

Orton

Orton Madock

Osborne, Christopher
-, Edward
-, John, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer of the Exchequer
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to, see Cecil, Earl Salisbury.
-, Sir John
-, Peter, sen.
-, Peter, jun.
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Mr.

Ossulston

Ostend

Osterley, or Austerley

Oston

Oswald, Matthew

Osward by Soke

Otford

Othen, Edward

Otter-hounds, see James I., hounds of.

Otteringham

Ottery, St. Mary

Ottoman, Mons.

Ouse river

Ouseley, Nicholas
-, William

Outlaw, Richard

Outlaws and Outlawry

Over Padley

Overbury, Giles
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas, Sir Thomas
-, Walter

Overgorthenr

Overton, John
-, William, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield

Owdby

Owen, Alice
-, Hugh
-, John

John (yeoman pricker)
-, Lewis
-, Nicholas, alias Littlejohn
-, Sir Roger
-, William
-, Mr. (minister)

Oxenbridge, Goddard
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Mrs.

Oxford
-, letters from
-, Earl of, see Vere de.
-, Bishop of, see Bridges.
-, diocese of
-, prebends of

Oxford University
-, letters to
-, see also James I., letters of.
-, Chancellors of, (Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset),
-, (Bancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury)
-, Vice-Chancellors of
-, Hebrew professorship at
-, library at
-, proctor of
-, Colleges of; viz.-
-, All Saints
-, All Souls
-, warden, &., of, letters of
-, warden, &., of, letters to
-, Brasen nose
-, Christ Church
-, Corpus Christi
-, Exeter
-, Hart hall

Oxford University, Colleges of-continue l.
-, Magdalen
-, Merton
-, New
-, Queen's
-, St. Edmund Hall
-, St. John's.
-, St. Mary's of Winton, see New College.
-, Wadham

Oxfordshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in

Oyer and terminer

Pacenius, Bartolus

Packer, Hugh
-, John

Packington, Sir John
-, daughter of

Packnam, Mark

Paddon, Robert

Paddy, Sir William

Padstow

Padua

Page, Charles
-, Edward
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Paget, Charles
-, Thomas, Lord
-, William
-, Mr.

Pagrave (recusant)

Painsley

Paington

Painters

Painton, Shropshire

Palatinate

Palatine, Count, see Frederic V.

Palavicino, Fabricio
-, Sir Horatio

Palfreyman, James
-, Richard

Palmer, Andrew
-, Christopher
-, Sir Henry
-, John (bailiff)

Palmer, John
-, Robert
-, Roger
-, Sir Thomas
-, Valentine
-, (embroiderer)

Pamphlets, see Books.

Pamphlin, Robert

Papists, see Catholics.

Papworth, Roger

Parcell, Catherine

Pardons, general

Parham, Sir Edward

Paris
-, Jesuit college in
-, letters from
-, parliament of

Paris, Henry

Park Head

Parker, see Oldcorne.
-, Christopher
-, Edward, Lord Morley
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Henry
-, John (serjeant of bears)
-, John (footman)
-, John (pauper)
-, John
-, John (recusant)
-, John (castle-keeper)
-, Sir John
-, Sir Nicholas
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas (Privy Seal clerk)
-, Thomas (felon)
-, William
-, William, 3rd Lord Monteagle
-, William, 4th Lord Monteagle
-, grants to
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to
-, servant to

Parkins, Sir Christopher

Parks, Mr.

Parliament
-, absence from
-, acts of

Parliament, adjournment and prorogation of
-, bills, &., before
-, clerks and ushers of
-, dissolution of
-, house
-, members of
-, orders and proceedings in
-, petitions to
-, proxies in
-, records of
-, seats in
-, speeches in
-, summons to
-, Scottish, see Scotland.

Parma, Prince of

Parnel, Mr.

Parre, John, King's embroiderer

Parris, Thomasine

Parry, Dr. Henry, Dean of Chester
-, Bishop of Gloucester,
-, Bishop of Worcester
-, Henry
-, John
-, John (master of otter-hounds)
-, Miles
-, Richard, Dean of Bangor and Bishop of St. Asaph
-, Sir. Thomas, Ambassador in France
-, William

Parsonages, see Crown lands, Chantry.

Parsons, see Ministers.

Parsons, John
-, Robert, Jesuit
-, Thomas

Partington, William

Partrich, James

Partridge, Edward
-, John
-, Stephen

Paschall, John

Pashley, Francis

Pass, Matthew

Passage of Seas

Paston, Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir William

Paswick

Pate, Thomas

Paterson (priest)

Patrick, William
-, Father

Patrington

Patten, John
-, Mercury
-, Thomas

Pattingham

Pattison, John

Paul V., Pope
-, bulls and briefs of
-, dominions of
-, letters of
-, letters to
-, nuncio of

Paul, George
-, Henry

Paulet, Sir Hampden
-, William, 3rd Marquis of Winchester
-, William, 4th Marquis of Winchester
-, Lucy, Marchioness of Winchester
-, William, Lord St. John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Paunton, John

Paver, Richard

Pavilions, see Tents and Toils.

Pawlet, Mr.

Pawlett, John

Paxford

Payne, Henry
-, John
-, Margaret
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, William

Peace, see Justices of Peace, commission for.

Peach, Henry

Peachamp, Edmund

Peacock, Sir Edward
-, Richard

Peak, Edward

Peak, the
-, forest of

Peake, Robert

Peape, Ralph

Pearce, Thomas

Peare, John

Pearls, see Jewels.

Pearpoint, Robert

Pearson, Thomas

Pear-tree, Jock of the, see Graham, John.

Peasley, William

Pedlars

Peeter, Maurice

Peirce, Stephen

Pelborough, Michael

Pelham, Thomas

Pellet, Sir Benjamin

Pells office

Pemberton, Mr.

Pembridge

Pembroke
-, Earl of, see Herbert.

Pembrokeshire
-, grants of lands in
-, justices in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, receivers for

Penal Statutes

Penckevell, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Pendennis fort

Pendle-trenthide

Pendleton, Francis

Pengogo

Penicock, Walter

Penley Park

Penmaen Llysfaen

Penn, Alice
-, William

Pennant Piers

Pennell, Roger

Pennington Bridget
-, Joseph

Pennyman, William

Penrith

Penruddock, Sir Thomas

Penry, David

Penryn

Penryn, William

Penshurst

Pensions, lists of

Pentley

Penven, Elizabeth
-, Gilbert

Penvose, John
-, Michael
-, Richow

Penzance

Pepper

Pepper, Sir Cuthbert
-, John
-, Robert
-, -.

Pepper-hill

Percivall, Mr.
-, Richard

Percy, Lord Algernon
-, Sir Allan
-, letters of, to Carleton
-, Sir Charles
-, Dorothy, Countess of Northumberland
-, Henry, Earl of Northumberland
-, connection of, with Gunpowder plot
-, grants to
-, household of
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Privy Council
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters of, to James I.
-, letters to
-, see also James
-, I., letters of.
-, servants to
-, Josceline
-, Sir Richard
-, Thomas
-, servants of
-, Mrs.
-, Thomas, late Earl of Northumberland
-, see Fisher.

Periam, Sir William, Chief Baron of the Exchequer

Periors

Perkins, Francis
-, Mr.
-, Mrs., see Vaux, Anne.

Perkinson, -

Peronne, or Perron, James Davy du, Cardinal

Perrot family

Perrot, Sir James
-, Sir John

Perrott, Sir Owen
-, Penelope
-, Thomas

Persia

Persons, Walter

Perth

Perth, Earl of, see Drummond.

Pescodstreet

Pesson, Edward

Peterborough

Peterborough, alms-rooms in
-, Bishop of, see Dove, Thomas.
-, ecclesiastical court of
-, dean and chapter of
-, diocese of

Peters, Peter
-, Thomas
-, William

Petersfield

Peto, Mr.

Petre, John Lord

Pett, John
-, Joseph
-, Phineas

Pettar, Edward

Pettit, Mary

Petty, William

Petworth

Pevensey

Pew, William

Pewsham forest

Pewter, customs on

Pewterers, see also London, companies of.

Pewteres, John

Peyton, Sir John, sen., Lieutenant of Tower
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, jun.

Phelippes, Stephen
-, Thomas
-, letters, &., of,
-, see also Vincent's letters to Benson.
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, Mrs.

Phelips, Edward, Serjeant-at-law, Sir Edward, Speaker of the House of Commons
-, Sir Edward, grants to
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, or Phillips, Francis

Philip III., King of Spain

Philip (servant)

Philips, John, Bishop of Sodor and Man
-, William

Phillips, Francis, see Phelips.

Phillipps, Edward
-, William
-, Mrs.

Philpott, John

Philpotts, Watkin

Phyton, Edward

Piacenza

Pickering forest

Pickering, Christopher
-, Gilbert
-, Lewis
-, Michael
-, William
-, (late)

Pickhaver, Thomas

Pierce, see Fisher.

Piero, Richard

Pierpoint, Sir Henry

Piers, William

Pierson, John
-, Richard
-, William

Pigeon, Bristow
-, Edmund
-, Hugh
-, John
-, Nicholas

Pigott, Gervase

Pilchers Courtheth

Pilkington, Dr. Richard

Pillingbeare

Pinchbeck

Pinchbeck, John

Pinches, William

Pinckney, Thomas

Pinkerton, Robert

Pins

Pinuto, Paolo

Pipe office
-, clerks of

Piper, William

Pipewell

Piracies

Pirates

Pitcairn, Patrick

Pitt, Sir Edward
-, John
-, Jonas
-, William

Place, Julien

Plague, The, see London.

Plate, gold and silver,
-, see James I., plate and jewels of.
-, customs on

Playdell, John
-, Katherine

Playfair, Dr.

Plays, see Drama.

Plessington, Robert

Plomer, William

Plommer, Ananias

Plots, see Gunpowder Plot; Conspiracies.

Plowdon

Plowden, Francis
-, Francis, jun.

Plower, William

Plumer, John

Plumpton
-, park

Plumpton, Ann

Plumstead, Thomas
-, Mr.

Plunket, Sir Christopher

Pluralities

Plymouth
-, letters from
-, mayor of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, fort

Pockthorpe

Pocock, Mr.

Poe, Dr. Leonard,
-, see Por.

Poland
-, Ambassador of
-, King of, see Sigismund III.

Poles

Poley, Edmund

Pollard, Anne
-, George

Polley, Richard

Polly, Thomas

Pomfret, see Pontefract.

Pontefract
-, alms-room at
-, castle
-, park

Ponyand, Robert

Poole, Montgomeryshire, town and port of

Poole, Sir Edward
-, Sir Henry

Pooley, Sir John

Poore, Richard

Pope, Sir William
-, Dr.

Pope, the, see Clement VIII, Leo XI., Paul V.

Popery
-, converts to

Popham, Amy
-, Sir Francis
-, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil

Popham, Sir, John, letters to, see also James I., letters of.

Poplar

Poppeshall

Por, Dr. Leonard, see Poe.

Porchester castle

Pordage, Francis
-, William

Port bonds

Portcullis Pursuivant, see Thompson, Samuel.

Porter, Henry
-, James
-, John (bailiff)
-, John (pauper)
-, Joseph
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas

Porter's park

Portington, William
-, William, jun.

Portland, Isle of
-, castle

Portman, Sir John

Portpigham

Ports, see England, ports of.

Portsacks, see Arms.

Portsmouth
-, letters from
-, armoury at
-, castle and garrison
-, lieutenant of
-, Isle of
-, works at

Portugal
-, King of, see Antonio.
-, commerce with

Portuguese
-, ships

Pory, John

Post fines

Postmasters

Postnati, see Scots, naturalization of.

Posts and Packets

Posts, Master of, see Stanhope, Sir John.

Potman, Sir Richard

Pott, or Potts, Thomas

Potter, John
-, (coiner)

Potter's park

Potters-pury Park

Potts, Mr.

Poultney, Francis

Poulton, Ferdinando

Poultrain, Maximilian, alias Colt

Poultry and Poulterers, see also London, Companies of.

Pound, or Poundes, Thomas

Pourde, Mr. (auditor)

Povey, Justinian

Powder, see Gunpowder.

Powder treason, see Gunpowder Plot.

Powel, Gabriel

Powell, Hugh
-, John, King's fletcher
-, Richard
-, Roger
-, William

Power, Matthew

Powis, Thomas

Powlton, George

Pownde, Thomas

Poynter, William

Poyntz, Edward
-, Sir Gabriel
-, Sir John

Pratt

Pratt, Henry
-, Mr.

Preachers, see also Ministers.

Precious stones, see Jewels.

Preesall

Prerogative, Royal, see James I., prerogative of.

Prescott, Alexander
-, John
-, Richard

Prestbury

Preston

Preston, Sir Amias
-, Bellingham
-, Sir Richard

Prestwood, forest of

Priaux, Mr.

Price, Hugh
-, Jerome, see Hale, Thomas.
-, John
-, Lawrence
-, Sir Richard
-, Robert
-, Stephen
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Captain
-, --

Prichard, Richard

Prick and Cheque, clerks of

Prickett, Robert

Prideaux, Nicholas, Sir Nicholas
-, Richard

Priests, Romish
-, favour towards
-, letters of
-, meetings of
-, proceedings against

Primrose, Archibald
-, Gilbert

Prince, The, see Henry, Prince.

Prince, George
-, Richard
-, Robert

Prince's Risborough

Princes, foreign

Princess, The, see Elizabeth, Princess.

Prinne, Captain Edward

Printers and Printing, see also Barker, Robert, King's Printer.

Printing, licenses for

Prior, Francis

Priors Heies

Priory, The

Prisoners

Privy Council
-, book
-, chamber
-, clerks of
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters of, to Justices of Peace
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters to

Privy Council -continued.
-, letters to, see James I.; Border Commissioners; Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; and Percy, Earl of Northumberland, letters of.
-, members of
-, orders and proceedings in
-, petitions to
-, warrants from and to

Privy Purse
-, keeper of, see Hume, Sir George.
-, deputy-keeper, see Jossie.

Privy Seal
-, keeper of, see Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; Howard, Henry, Earl of Northampton.
-, clerks of
-, office of

Proby, Peter

Proclamations, -
-, (1603)
-, (1604)
-, (1605)
-, (1606)
-, (1607)
-, (1608)
-, (1609)
-, (1610)

Procter, Thomas
-, (lunatic)

Proctor, George
-, Sir Stephen
-, Lady
-, (parson)

Proger, Arthur

Prosen, Hildebrand

Protestants and Protestantism

Prowse, Richard

Prudhoe Castle

Prydeaux, Nicholas, see Prideaux.

Prytherghe, William

Puckeridge

Puckeridge, Thomas
-, Mrs.

Puckering, Sir Gilbert

Puckering, Mr.
-, widow

Puddle Wharf

Pudsey, Thomas

Puleston, Thomas

Pulford, Henry
-, John
-, Thomas

Pulham

Pullyn, Joshua

Pulton

Puritans and Puritanism

Purleigh

Purpett, John

Pursell, Thomas

Pursuivants, see also Portcullis, Rouge-croix, Rouge-rose.

Purveyors

Putney Park

Putto, Richard

Putton, Mr.

Pye, Walter

Pymme, John
-, William

Pyning, Dan.

Langham, Suffolk

Langley, Hertford
-, Wilts

Langley, John
-, Dr.

Langley Mary's, Bucks, house and park

Langney

Langston, Anthony

Langton

Lanherne

Lanier, Alphonso

Lanyer, Nicholas

Lapley

Lapworth

Lardo, Paulo

Larkc, Robert

Larkin, Thomas

Lassells, Edmund
-, grants to

Lathom

Latier, Humphrey

Latin Secretary, see Smith, Sir Thomas.

Latwise, William

Laud, Dr. William
-, Mr.

Laughton

Launcelot, John

Launceston

Launde Priory
-, Park and Woods

Launderells

Laverock, Thomas

Laverton

Law, Ralph

Law, doctors of

Lawarre, Lord, see West.

Lawe, Anthony

Lawley, Edward
-, George
-, George, jun.
-, Thomas

Lawood House

Lawrence, Edward
-, John
-, Leonard
-, Matthew
-, Thomas

Lawson, Francis
-, Henry
-, Ralph
-, Roger
-, Sir Wilfrid
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Mr.

Lawther, Laird of Cawmillne

Laxton, William

Laycon, Thomas

Layfield, Dr. (minister)

Laythwait, Alexander

Lazomby, Richard

Lea, Evans
-, Captain Philip

Lead
-, customs on

Leadenham

Leake, Edward
-, Robert

Leash, Masters and Children of

Leather (hides and skins)
-, export of

Leaver, Roger

Lecavill, Richard

Leche, Edward
-, John Rodrigos

Lechworth

Ledcome

Ledgers Ashby

Ledgold, Richard
-, William

Ledington

Ledington, Thomas

Lee

Lee, or Lea, river

Lee, Francis
-, Gilbert
-, Sir Henry
-, Hugh
-, John
-, Nicholas
-, Richard
-, Sir Richard
-, Sir Robert
-, Lady
-, see Gerard, John.

Leech, Edward
-, Nathaniel
-, Thomas

Leeds
-, Kent

Leeds, Sir Thomas

Leefield, Abraham

Leeke-Wootton

Leeson, Bennett

Legate, John

Legge, Dr. Thomas

Leghorn

Le Gris, Robert

Le Gros, Thomas

Leicester
-, Forest
-, Mayor of
-, New Park

Leicester, Earl of, see Dudley, Robert.
-, Countess of, see Dudley, Lettice.

Leicester's Commonwealth

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

Leigh
-, the

Leigh, Captain Charles
-, Sir Edward
-, Sir Francis
-, Sir Henry
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, James
-, Sir James
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Oliver
-, Sir Oliver, or Oliphe
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Sir Thomas
-, Sir Uriah
-, alias Lythe, Walter
-, William

Leighton
-, Walk, Waltham Forest

Leighton, Lady Elizabeth
-, Sir Thomas
-, Sir William
-, (justice)

Leminge, Robert, see Linainge.

Lennard, Sampson
-, Margaret

Lenox, Duke of, see Stuart, Lewis.
-, Earl of, see Stuart, Matthew.
-, Countess of, see Stuart, Margaret.

Lenton Priory

Leo XI., Pope

Leominster
-, steward of, see Croft, Sir Herbert.
-, Priory

Lepingdon, Edward

Lepton, John

Le Sieur, Stephen
-, Sir Stephen

Lesley, Sir Patrick, Lord of Lindores

Lesley, James
-, William

Lessingham, Mr.

Lester, Henry

Lethersall, Edward

Letters, see Posts.

Levant, the
-, Company (Turkey merchants)
-, ambassadors of

Leven river

Levens, Hans

Lever, Ralph
-, Thomas

Leveson, John
-, Sir John
-, or Luson, Sir Richard
-, Sir Walter
-, William

Levett, Thomas

Levingston, Alexander
-, Daniel
-, Henry
-, John, Equerry of the Queen
-, John, jun., Groom of the Bedchamber
-, John

Levyns, Sir Melchoir

Lewen, Sir Justinian

Lewes

Lewes, Anthony

Lewgar, John

Lewin, Thomas

Lewis, Anthony
-, John
-, Thomas
-, William

Lewisham

Lewkenor, George
-, Sir Lewis
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Lady
-, Sir Richard, Chief Justice of Chester

Ley, John
-, Thomas
-, see also Leigh.

Leyden

Leyland, Christopher

Liber Rubeus

Lichfield
-, Bishop of, see Coventry and Lichfield.
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, prebend of

Lidall, Richard

Lidd, Henry

Ligon, Sir William

Lilburn, Ferdinando
-, John

Lime

Limehouse

Liminge, Robert

Linchford and Ash

Lincoln
-, Bishops of, see Chaderton, William;
-, Barlow, William.
-, cathedral of
-, Dean and Chapter of
-, diocese of
-, Earl of, see Clinton.

Lincoln, Thomas

Lincolnshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Lincoln's Inn

Lindley, Sir Henry
-, Lawrence

Lindores, Lord, see Lesley, Sir Patrick.

Lindsay, Bernard
-, David
-, David, Bishop of Ross
-, Edward
-, Sir Henry
-, Sir James

Lindsey

Linewray, Sir John

Ling, see Fish.

Linkhorne, Thomas

Linley, Martin

Linlithgow
-, Earl of, see Livingston.

Linsden, Thomas

Linton
-, Walk, Waltham Forest

Lions, John

Lisbon

Lisle, Norman
-, William
-, Mr.
-, Lord, see Sydney.

Lister, Ingram
-, John
-, Dr. Matthew, letters of, to Carleton

Liston

Lithuania

Little, Richard

Little Dalby

Little Stanmore

Little Thurrock

Little Weldon

Littlebury, Humphrey

Littlejohn, see Owen, Nicholas.

Littleton, Sir Edward
-, Humphrey
-, John
-, Muriell
-, Stephen

Livedon

Lively, Edward

Liveries, see Wards.

Liverpool
-, Mayor of

Liversedge

Livingston, Alexander, Earl of Linlithgow
-, George

Llachilched

Llan-Armon

Llanbadarn Abuseyth

Llanbadarn Fawr

Llanbeulan

Llandaff, Bishop of
-, diocese of

Llandeilo-Vwaur

Llandinam

Llandough

Llanidar

Llannech-y-Aneth

Llan Peddroch

Llan Sainte y Catherine

Llanvailog

Llanwddyn

Llarneston

Llewellyn Griffith

Llewelyn, Mr.

Lloyd, Charles
-, Fulk
-, George, Bishop of Man
-, Bishop of Chester
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Gwenhoyvar
-, Humphrey
-, Oliver
-, Dr. Oliver
-, Rice ap David
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Llysfaen, see Penmaen Llysfaen.

Loader, alias Suttell, Thomas

Loan to the King
-, Loan to the King, repayment of
-, see also London.

Lochard, Johan

Locherson, John

Lochleven Castle

Lock, Thomas

Lockley, Frances
-, Robert

Locksmith, Richard

Loddington

Lodge, Dr. Thomas

Logwood
-, customs on

Lok, Henry
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Michael

London
-, aldermen of
-, buildings in or near
-, burials and christenings in
-, charter to
-, churches of
-, citizens of
-, City Companies of
-, Barbers and Surgeons
-, Brewers
-, Butchers
-, Clothworkers
-, Cordwainers
-, Feltmakers
-, Fishmongers
-, Goldsmiths
-, Grocers
-, Haberdashers
-, Ironmongers
-, Leathersellers
-, Mercers
-, Merchant Tailors
-, Mineral and Battery Works
-, Musicians
-, Pewterers
-, Pinmakers
-, Poulterers
-, Salters
-, Starchmakers
-, Stationers
-, Turners

London, freemen of
-, highways near
-, King's entry into, see James I.
-, letters dated from, passim.
-, loan to King
-, Lord Mayors of
-, Lee, Robert
-, Bennet, Sir Thomas
-, Low, Sir Thomas
-, Hollyday, Sir Henry
-, Watts, Sir John
-, Rowe, Sir Henry
-, Weld, Sir Humphrey
-, Cambell, Sir Thomas
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, merchants of
-, offices and officers in
-, parishes of
-, plague in
-, port of
-, customs and custom officers of
-, prisoners in
-, receivers in
-, recorder of
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs of
-, ships of
-, streets of :-
-, Aldgate
-, Aldersgate-street
-, Bishopsgate
-, Blackfriars
-, Broad-street
-, Cheapside
-, Cornhill
-, Cripplegate
-, Dowgate

London, streets of-continued.
-, Fenchurch-street
-, Fetter-lane
-, Fleet-street
-, Friday-street
-, Friars, the
-, High Holborn
-, Holborn
-, Kingwell-street
-, Knight Rider-street
-, New Fish-street
-, Philip-lane
-, St. Giles's
-, St. John's-street
-, St. Martin's-lane
-, Shoreditch
-, Silver-street
-, Strand, see also
-, Strand.
-, Thames-street
-, Trinity-lane
-, Watling-street
-, Wood-street
-, subsidies in
-, tradespeople in
-, travellers to or from
-, Bishops of, see Bancroft, Vaughan
-, Ravis, Abbott.
-, diocese of

London House

London, Elizabeth

Lone, Samuel

Long, Thomas

Long Bennington

Long Buckby

Long Preston

Longdale, Peter

Longe, Catherine
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Sir Walter

Longland

Longney

Longstock

Longworth

Longworth, William

Lorchin, Richard

Lords, the, see Privy Council; Lords, House of.

Lords, House of
-, conferences with the Commons

Lords, list of

Lords Spiritual and Temporal

Lorraine, Duke of, Charles le Grand
-, son of, see Vaudemont.
-, Duke of, Henri le Bon

Losse, Sir Hugh

Lostwithiel

Lotchard, William

Lothbury

Lotti, Ottaviano

Loughborough

Louth

Love, John
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas

Lovel, Captain Thomas

Lovelace, Sir Richard
-, Sir William

Lovell, Antiocheston
-, Edward
-, Jane, Lady
-, John
-, Mary Lady
-, -

Loversall

Lovett, Drew
-, Francis

Low, Francis
-, James

Low Countries, see also Flanders, Holland.

Lowde, John

Lowdham

Lowe, priest
-, John
-, Sir Thomas

Lowe, the

Loweley, Thomas

Lower, Sir William

Lowman, Francis
-, Philip

Lowther, Leonard
-, Sir Richard

Lowthorpe

Loxfield

Lubbesthrope

Lubeck

Lucas, William, sen.

Lucca

Luddington

Ludlow

Ludlow, Castle
-, letters from

Lugger, John

Lukin, Bartrobe

Lukin, Thomas

Luls, Arnold

Lulworth

Lumley, John Lord
-, Richard

Lundoris, Lord, see Lindores.

Lundy Island

Lunsden, Thomas

Lurgishall

Luson, Sir Richard, see Leveson.

Luther, Anthony
-, Martin
-, Thomas

Lutley, George

Lutterworth

Luxemburgh, Duke of

Lydd

Lyddall

Lydeat, George

Lydney

Lydston, Robert

Lydyard, Hugh

Lye

Lye, Alexander

Lyfield Forest

Lyme Regis
-, Mayor of

Lympsham

Lynam

Lyndhurst

Lyneden

Lyne, Mr. (of Westminster)
-, Thomas

Lyngen

Lyngen, Edward
-, Ellinor

Lynn

Lynn Regis, see King's Lynn.

Lyntell, Edward

Lyons

Lyons, John

Lyons, or Lions Castle, see Holt Castle.

Lytham

Lythe, Walter, see Leigh, Walter.

Lytton, Philip
-, Sir Rowland
-, letters of, to Chamberlain
-, letters of, to Carleton
-, William

Lyvalls

M'Carty, Lady Ellen
-, Florence

M'Donnel, Sir James
-, Sir Ronald

M'Sorrell, Randall

Macclesfield, or Maxwell, Peter

Machell, William

Mackew, John

Macwilliams, Henry

Maddison, Ralph

Madley

Madock, Richard

Madrid

Magdalen Hospital, Norfolk

Magner, Francis

Maherley

Maidenhead

Maidstone
-, Mayor of

Mainstonfield, see Chinley.

Mainwaring, Arthur, Sir Arthur
-, Christopher
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, Mr.

Mak, E. F.

Malaga

Malaspina, Marquises of

Malbeck

Malcolmtosh, John

Maldon

Male

Malines, Gerard

Mallerthorp

Mallet, George

Mallory, Sir John
-, Thomas, Dean of Chester

Mallows, John

Malmesbury

Malrey, Mr.

Malta, vessels of

Maltravers, Lord, see Howard, James.

Maltsters

Malvern

Malvern Chace

Malyn, Ferdinando

Man, Bishop of, see Lloyd; Philips.

Manaden

Manchester
-, College of Christ Church

Mancididor, -

Manedo (a savage)

Manewden

Manfield, Frances
-, John

Manisty, Edward

Manley, Richard

Mann, William

Manners, Francis
-, Sir George
-, Oliver, Sir Oliver
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Ralph
-, Roger
-, Roger, Earl of Rutland
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland

Manning, Peter

Mansell, Sir Robert
-, Lodowick
-, Thomas

Mansfield

Mansfield Waterhouse

Mansfield, Sir Edward
-, Henry

Mantell, Thomas

Mantua, Vincent I., Duke of

Manuscripts, see Books.

Manwood, John

Manyfold Wick

Maperley, Roger

Mapes, Leonard

Mapledingham

Mapperley

Mar, Earl of, see Stewart, John.

Marbury, Francis
-, George
-, Lawrence
-, Thomas

Marcham

Marches, see Borders.

Marcus, Jenkin

Marden

Margate

Margitts, George

Mariners

Markes, manor of

Market Harborough

Market, Clerks of

Markets and Fairs

Markey, William

Markham, Charles
-, Sir Griffin
-, attainder of
-, confessions and examinations of
-, letters of, to Cecil

Markham, Anne Lady
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, John, Serjeant-at-arms
-, John
-, Mr. (minister)

Marks, C.

Marnhill, Baron, see Howard, Henry.

Marque, Letters of

Marrick House and Park

Marrow, Isaac

Marsfield

Marsh, Henry
-, Leonard
-, Michael

Marshal of the Field

Marshall, George
-, John
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Marshalsea Prison

Marsham

Marshagh

Marshland

Marson, Simon

Martaiew

Marten, Dr. Henry
-, Dr. Richard

Martin, Alexander
-, Bartholomew
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, Richard
-, Sir Richard, Master of the Mint
-, Richard, Bishop of St. David's
-, Thomas
-, (friar)
-, Dr. (physician)

Martin Abbey

Martock

Marton

Marven, Sir James, see Mervin.

Marvyn, or Marvin, Thomas

Marwell

Marwood Hag

Marwood Park

Mary I., Queen

Mary, Princess
-, funeral of
-, Queen of Scots
-, de Medicis, Queen of France

Marybone Park

Mascall, Edward

Mason, Ambrose
-, Henry
-, John
-, Matathias

Mason, Peter
-, Robert

Masques, see Drama.

Mass, service of

Massam, William

Massey, Gerard

Massock, Henry

Massy, William

Masters, Ralph

Mathieu, Pierre

Matilson, Henry

Maton, William, letters of, to Salisbury

Matthew, Edmund
-, John
-, Morgan
-, Nathaniel
-, Tobias, Bishop of Durham, Archbishop of York
-, commissions to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to, see James I., letters of.
-, Tobie
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Carleton

Matthew, -

Matthews, Peter

Mattingley, John

Maudit, Mr. (of London).

Maugier, John.

Maull, Patrick

Maunchi, John

Maunder, Thomas

Maundy, the

Maurice, Francis
-, Count, see Nassau.

Mawdit, John

Mawdsley, -

Mawe, Leonard

Mawgan

Maxwell, Herbert
-, John Lord
-, Peter, see Macclesfield.
-, Robert
-, Ronald

May, Hugh
-, Humphrey
-, John
-, John (recusant)
-, Martin
-, Philip
-, Captain

Maycock, Sir Cavalliero

Maydenhall

Mayes, William

Mayland

Maylandes

Maynard, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, Sir William

Mayne, John
-, Joseph

Maynet, Michael

Mayo, -

Mead, Sir Thomas

Meares, Henry

Meath, Bishop of, see Dodd, Roger; Montgomery, George.

Meaze, see Garnet, Henry.

Medals

Medianburg

Mediterranean Sea

Medway River

Mee, Nicholas

Meek, Walter

Meere, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Melbourn

Melchet

Melcomb Regis

Melford

Melin, Cornelius

Melksham Forest

Mellersh, Richard

Mellett, George

Melvill, Andrew
-, Sir Robert

Mendip

Mendoza, Don Bernardino de, Spanish Ambassador

Merchandize

Merchant Adventurers
-, Strangers

Merchants

Merden

Meredith, Edward
-, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas ap John
-, Sir William
-, William

Merefleet

Merell, Thomas

Merevel

Merfin, George

Merick, Jenkyn Thomas

Merifield

Merionethshire
-, justices and judges in
-, offices in

Merlyon, the ship

Mermaid and Anchor inn

Merrick, Hugh
-, Rowland

Merry, Henry
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Merswe

Merton, James

Merton Abbey

Mervin, or Marven, Sir James

Meryton, Francis

Mesnil, M. du

Metcalf, Brian
-, Jerome
-, Sir Christopher

Metcalfe, Sir Thomas
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Metham, Sir Thomas

Metlawe and Welawe

Mevagissey

Mewtas, Mrs. Jane
-, Thomas

Mewtys, Captain Thomas

Mewys, Sir John

Meysey, Ma.
-, Thomas
-, William

Miccoti, Julian

Michelborne, Sir Edward
-, Lawrence
-, Thomas

Michel-grove

Michel-marsh

Michell, Francis
-, Lawrence
-, Mr.

Middenham

Middleborne

Middlebowe

Middleburgh

Middleham

Middlemore, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Mrs.

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

Middlesex, sheriff of

Middleton, Christopher
-, David
-, Francis
-, Henry
-, Hugh
-, Robert
-, Sir Thomas
-, William
-, William
-, William (recusant)

Middleton (Kent)
-, (Lancashire)
-, (Northampton)
-, (York)

Milan

Mildmay, Sir Anthony
-, Sir Thomas
-, Sir Walter

Mile End

Milebrook

Miles (priest)

Milford

Militia

Mill, William

Millaston, -

Miller, Alexander
-, Hugh
-, James

Milles, Arthur

Millington, Anthony
-, (priest)

Mills, Francis
-, letters to, see Reynoldes, Edward.
-, Mrs.
-, Henry
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Milo

Milton
-, blockhouse

Milton, Adam

Milverstone

Milward, or How, Agnes
-, Dr. John
-, Thomas

Minchinhampton

Mineral and Battery Works, see London, Companies of.

Mines and Minerals, see also Scotland, mines in.

Mines Royal

Ministers
-, non-conforming

Ministers in Scotland, see Scotland.

Ministry

Minories, the

Minors, Roger

Minster

Mint, affairs of
-, auditors of
-, master of, see Martin, Sir Richard.
-, officers of
-, warden of, see Knyvet, Sir Thomas.

Mison, or Myson, Thomas

Misterton

Mitchell, Francis
-, John
-, Thomas

Mitford (priest)

Moatfords, priests, alias Croft and Grey

Mockett, Abraham

Mocktree Forest

Mogg, Walter

Mokett, John

Moldavia, Prince of

Mole

Mole, John
-, Mr. (tutor)

Molino, Nicolo (Venetian Ambassador)

Moluccas, the

Molyneux, Sir Richard
-, Rutland

Mompesson, Jasper
-, Thomas

Monday (pursuivant)

Mondon

Mondy, Edmund

Moneys, see Coin.

Monglatt, M. de

Monk Orchard

Monk, Sir Thomas

Monksmill et Monkey

Monkwearmouth

Monmouthshire
-, lands and places in
-, receivers of
-, recusants in

Monopolies

Monox, Edward
-, family

Monro, Angus

Monson, Sir Thomas
-, Sir William

Montague, Sir Edward
-, Sir Henry
-, Henry
-, James, Dean of the Chapel Royal
-, Dean of Worcester
-, Bishop of Bath and Wells
-, Roger
-, Viscount, see Brown, Anthony.
-, Lady

Montague House

Montagues, the

Montaigne, Dr. George, Dean of Westminster
-, Hugh

Monteagle, Lord, see Parker, William.

Montgomeri, Earl of

Montgomery
-, Castle
-, gaol

Montgomery, George, Bishop of Derry
-, Raffo, and Clogher, Bishop of Meath
-, Sir Neil
-, Earl of, see Herbert.

Montgomeryshire
-, lands and places in
-, offices in

Montjoy, Lord, see Blount, Charles.

Montmorenci, Henri, Due de, Constable of
-, France
-, Charlotte Marguerite de

Moon, William

Moore, Adrian
-, Francis
-, Sir George
-, John
-, Mary
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Robert (of Hampshire)
-, Robert (coachmaker)
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Mr.

Moorfields

Moorhead, William

Morborn

Morcomb, William

Mordaunt, Henry Lord
-, connection of, with Gunpowder Plot
-, Margaret, Lady

More, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, Elizabeth
-, Gabriel
-, Sir George
-, Richard

Morehall

Morehay

Morehay Walk

Morekey, William

Moreton, Albert
-, Dr. Thomas

Morgan, Bridget
-, Sir Charles
-, Edward

Morgan, Francis
-, Harry
-, Mrs.
-, John
-, Mary
-, Sir Matthew
-, Rees
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, Thomas (surveyor)
-, William (recusant)
-, William

Morice, Edward

Morking Mills

Morley

Morley, Edward
-, Lionel
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Lord, see Parker, Edward.

Morleys, the

Mornington, Richard

Morpeth

Morrall, Walter

Morrell, Roger

Morrice, Nicholas

Morris, Francis
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Nicholas
-, Robert
-, Robert (of Essex)
-, Thomas
-, Sir William
-, Winifred
-, (servant)

Morrison, Bess
-, Sir Charles
-, Fiennes
-, John

Morse, William

Mortimer

Mortimer, Mr.

Mortlake
-, Lodge and Park

Morton, Dr. Thomas, Dean of Gloucester
-, Dean of Winchester

Morvill

Moseley, William

Moselhew, Lawrence

Mote Park

Mote's Bulwark

Mottisfont

Mouchy, John

Moulsworth, Wingfield

Moulton Park

Mounson, Thomas
-, Mrs. (of Lincolnshire)

Mount, The

Mount Howard, Guiana

Mountfield

Mountford, Sir Edward
-, John

Moxsay, Nicholas

Moyses, David

Muckleston

Mulberry trees

Mulcaster, Richard

Muncaster, Leonard
-, Oliver

Munck, Levinus de, Secretary of Cecil
-, letter of
-, letters to
-, papers by

Muncrieff, Alexander
-, George
-, Henry
-, Robert
-, Thomas

Munden Hall

Munford, To.

Munition, see Ordnance.

Munster
-, Lord President of, see Danvers, Henry Lord.

Murray, David
-, Sir David
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, David, Lord Scone
-, George
-, James
-, Sir James
-, Jane
-, John (Queen's servant)
-, John (curate)
-, John (groom of the bedchamber)
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Sir Patrick
-, Prudence
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas (tutor of Prince Charles)
-, William
-, Earl of, see Stewart, James.

Muscadell, customs on

Muschamp, Thomas

Muscovado

Muscovy
-, company, see also Russia merchants.

Muse, Thomas

Musgrave, Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, John
-, Leonard
-, Sir Richard
-, Thomas

Mush, William

Music, lecture on

Musicians, see James I., musicians of.

Mussell, Thomas
-, William

Musters

Muster-masters and commissioners

Mutmare Park

Muttlebury, Thomas

Mutton, Thomas

Mutton, Peter

Mydleton, John

Myers, Andrew

Myles, John

Mylwarde, William

Myng, John
-, Judith

Mynne, Sir Henry

Mynors, George

Mynours, Henry
-, John

Mynterne, Mr.

N- T-

Nairn, Mr.

Nantbay Grange

Naples

Nappay

Napper, Archibald

Narberth, or Norbertes

Narrow Seas

Nash

Nasmyth, John

Nassau, Count Maurice of

Nassington

Naunton, Robert

Navarre

Navy, or Fleet
-, abuses in
-, charges of
-, officers of
-, supplies for
-, treasurer of

Nay, John

Naylor, Adam
-, William

Neale, Francis
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Thomas
-, Walter

Neate, the

Neave, John

Neck, Roger

Nedham, Robert

Needham, Arthur
-, Francis
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Oswald
-, Mr.

Needwood Forest

Neile, Richard, Dean of Westminster
-, Bishop of Rochester
-, Bishop of Coventry and Lich-field
-, William

Nelson, Neils

Nethercombe, alias Estcombe

Netherdale

Netherham

Netherlanders, see Dutch and Hollanders.

Netherlands, see Holland, Flanders.
-, merchants of

Nether Padley

Neuburgh, George William Duke of

Nevey, George

Nevile, Dr. Thomas

Nevill, Lady Adeline
-, Sir Andrew
-, Lady Ann
-, Lady Catherine
-, Henry, 5th Earl of Westmoreland
-, Charles, 6th Earl of Westmoreland
-, Edward, or Edmund, of Latimer, titular Earl of Westmoreland
-, Lady Margaret
-, Lady Mary
-, Ralph, 1st Earl of Westmoreland
-, William (merchant)
-, William (examiner)

Neville, Anthony
-, Edward
-, Henry
-, Sir Henry
-, letters of

New, John

New Drapery

New Forest

New Lodge

New Park, Leicestershire

New River

New Romney

Newark on Trent
-, hospital, alms-rooms in

Newark Grange

Newark Wood

Newborn

Newborough

Newbury

Newby

Newby, Alexander

Newcastle on Tyne
-, gaol of
-, letters from
-, Mayor of
-, recusants in

Newce, Captain William

Newcome, Dr.

Newell, Robert

Newelme, see Ewelme.

Newenham

Newfoundland

Newgate
-, prisoners in

Newham

Newham-Huntlo

Newland

Newman, John
-, Dr. George

Newmarket
-, inn at
-, letters dated from

Newminster, monastery

Newport, Isle of Wight

Newport, Captain Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir Francis
-, Robert
-, William

Newsham

Newsom, Edward

Newstead Grange

Newton, Adam
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Ann
-, Dr. Fogg
-, Katherine Lady
-, Theodore
-, Thomas
-, Mr.

Newton Ferrers

Nichol Forest

Nicholas, John
-, Reynolds
-, Richard
-, Susan

Nicholls, Sir Augustine or Austin
-, John

Nicholson, Edmund
-, George
-, John
-, Otho
-, Thomas
-, William

Nicolls, Samuel
-, Thomas

Niloe, Hans

Noades, John

Noball Hall

Noke, Thomas

Non-communicants, see Communicants.

Non-conformity, see Conformity.

Nonsuch
-, house and park
-, game at
-, letters dated from

Norbertes, see Narberth.

Norbrook

Norbury

Norden, John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Norfolk
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, manufactures in
-, offices in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriff, &., of

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard, Thomas.

Norham Castle and Manor

Normanby

Normandy

Norrington

Norris, Allen
-, Edward
-, Sir Edward
-, Francis Lord
-, accounts of, customs on

Norris, Francis Lord, illness of
-, letters of, to Carleton
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, Bridget Lady
-, Bridget
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Silvester
-, William
-, Sir William
-, Mr.

Norroy King-at arms, see Segar, William; St. George, Richard.

North, Lady
-, (priest)
-, Mr.

North (of England), the
-, officers in
-, Council of
-, precedency in
-, President of, see Sheffield, Edmund Lord.

North Allerton
-, Auckland
-, Barsted
-, Cleobury
-, Hill
-, Muskham
-, Shoebury
-, Stoke

Northall

Northampton
-, archdeacon of
-, proctor of

Northampton house

Northampton, Earl of, see Howard, Henry.
-, Marchioness of, see Georges, Lady Helen.

Northamptonshire
-, forests in
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, lieutenants of
-, offices in
-, recusants in
-, residents in
-, sheriffs and justices, &., of

Northumberland
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, officers, &, of
-, receivers of
-, recusants in
-, residents in

Northumberland, Earl of, see Percy, Henry.

Northwich

Norton

Norton, Burham
-, Sir Daniel
-, Dudley
-, Elizabeth
-, Eustace
-, John, King's Printer
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Samuel
-, Thomas
-, Walter

Norwich
-, alms-rooms at
-, castle
-, hospital of, see St. Stephen's.
-, mayor and corporation of
-, Bishop of, see Jegon, John.
-, deanery of
-, diocese of
-, prebends of

Nostell

Note, John

Nottingham
-, mayor, &., of
-, castle

Nottingham, Earl of, see Howard, Charles.

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

Noy, William

Nuffield

Nuneaton

Nunn, John

Nunnington

Nurenberg

Nuttall, Thomas

Oakham

Oakley

Oaths, see Allegiance and Supremacy.

Oatlands
-, house and park

Oats, see Corn.

Oats, Thomas

Oborne, Edward

O'Bryan Donatus, Earl of Thomond

Ockley, Edward
-, Thomas

Ocknolds

O'Dogherty, -

O'Donnell, see Garvey, Neal.

O'Donnell, Rory, Earl of Tyrconnel

Odell, Jerome

Odington

Odstoke

Offerrell, Faghuy
-, John

Offley, Mr. (merchant)

Ogle, Cuthbert
-, John
-, Sir John
-, Sir Richard
-, letters of, to Cecil

Oglethorpe, Thomas
-, Owen

Ognell, George

O'Hagarty, James

O'Haggan, Henry

Oil, customs on

Okeford-Shilling

Oking

Old Sarum castle

Old Stratford

Oldcorne, Edward, alias Hall, Parker, Vincent
-, examinations of
-, letters of

Oldenburg, Antonius Guntherus, Count of

Oldis, William

Oldsworth, Arnold
-, Edward

Oliphant, John
-, Robert

Oliver, Peter
-, Richard
-, Robert

Olney
-, park

Ombersley

Ommeren and Ashenbroke, Henry de

O'Neil, Hugh, Earl of Tyrone

O'Neil, Catherine, Countess of Tyrone

Ongar

Onley, Sir Edward

Ord, William

Orde, Henry
-, Richard

Ordnance, munition, &.

Ordnance, Lieut-General of, see Carew, Sir George; Dallison, Sir Roger.
-, Masters of, see Blount, Earl of Devonshire ; Carew, George Lord.
-, officers of
-, stores, &.

Ore, see Lead, Silver.

Orkney, Earl, see Stewart, Patrick.

Orleton

Orlingbury

Orme, Captain Roger

Ormskirk

Ormond, Earl of, see Butler, Thomas.
-, Marquis of, see Charles, Prince.

O'Roughan, Denis (priest)

Orrell, George
-, George, jun.

Orsett

Orton

Orton Madock

Osborne, Christopher
-, Edward
-, John, Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer of the Exchequer
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to, see Cecil, Earl Salisbury.
-, Sir John
-, Peter, sen.
-, Peter, jun.
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Mr.

Ossulston

Ostend

Osterley, or Austerley

Oston

Oswald, Matthew

Osward by Soke

Otford

Othen, Edward

Otter-hounds, see James I., hounds of.

Otteringham

Ottery, St. Mary

Ottoman, Mons.

Ouse river

Ouseley, Nicholas
-, William

Outlaw, Richard

Outlaws and Outlawry

Over Padley

Overbury, Giles
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas, Sir Thomas
-, Walter

Overgorthenr

Overton, John
-, William, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield

Owdby

Owen, Alice
-, Hugh
-, John

John (yeoman pricker)
-, Lewis
-, Nicholas, alias Littlejohn
-, Sir Roger
-, William
-, Mr. (minister)

Oxenbridge, Goddard
-, Sir Robert
-, William
-, Mrs.

Oxford
-, letters from
-, Earl of, see Vere de.
-, Bishop of, see Bridges.
-, diocese of
-, prebends of

Oxford University
-, letters to
-, see also James I., letters of.
-, Chancellors of, (Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset), (Bancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury)
-, Vice-Chancellors of
-, Hebrew professorship at
-, library at
-, proctor of
-, Colleges of; viz.-
-, All Saints
-, All Souls
-, warden, &., of, letters of
-, warden, &., of, letters to
-, Brasen nose
-, Christ Church
-, Corpus Christi
-, Exeter
-, Hart hall

Oxford University, Colleges of-continue l.
-, Magdalen
-, Merton
-, New
-, Queen's
-, St. Edmund Hall
-, St. John's.
-, St. Mary's of Winton, see New College.
-, Wadham

Oxfordshire
-, grants of lands in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, receivers in
-, recusants in

Oyer and terminer

Pacenius, Bartolus

Packer, Hugh
-, John

Packington, Sir John
-, daughter of

Packnam, Mark

Paddon, Robert

Paddy, Sir William

Padstow

Padua

Page, Charles
-, Edward
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Paget, Charles
-, Thomas, Lord
-, William
-, Mr.

Pagrave (recusant)

Painsley

Paington

Painters

Painton, Shropshire

Palatinate

Palatine, Count, see Frederic V.

Palavicino, Fabricio
-, Sir Horatio

Palfreyman, James
-, Richard

Palmer, Andrew
-, Christopher
-, Sir Henry
-, John (bailiff)

Palmer, John
-, Robert
-, Roger
-, Sir Thomas
-, Valentine
-, (embroiderer)

Pamphlets, see Books.

Pamphlin, Robert

Papists, see Catholics.

Papworth, Roger

Parcell, Catherine

Pardons, general

Parham, Sir Edward

Paris
-, Jesuit college in
-, letters from
-, parliament of

Paris, Henry

Park Head

Parker, see Oldcorne.
-, Christopher
-, Edward, Lord Morley
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, Henry
-, John (serjeant of bears)
-, John (footman)
-, John (pauper)
-, John
-, John (recusant)
-, John (castle-keeper)
-, Sir John
-, Sir Nicholas
-, Richard
-, Robert
-, Thomas (Privy Seal clerk)
-, Thomas (felon)
-, William
-, William, 3rd Lord Monteagle
-, William, 4th Lord Monteagle
-, grants to
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters to
-, servant to

Parkins, Sir Christopher

Parks, Mr.

Parliament
-, absence from
-, acts of

Parliament, adjournment and prorogation of
-, bills, &., before
-, clerks and ushers of
-, dissolution of
-, house
-, members of
-, orders and proceedings in
-, petitions to
-, proxies in
-, records of
-, seats in
-, speeches in
-, summons to
-, Scottish, see Scotland.

Parma, Prince of

Parnel, Mr.

Parre, John, King's embroiderer

Parris, Thomasine

Parry, Dr. Henry, Dean of Chester
-, Bishop of Gloucester, Bishop of Worcester
-, Henry
-, John
-, John (master of otter-hounds)
-, Miles
-, Richard, Dean of Bangor and Bishop of St. Asaph
-, Sir. Thomas, Ambassador in France
-, William

Parsonages, see Crown lands, Chantry.

Parsons, see Ministers.

Parsons, John
-, Robert, Jesuit
-, Thomas

Partington, William

Partrich, James

Partridge, Edward
-, John
-, Stephen

Paschall, John

Pashley, Francis

Pass, Matthew

Passage of Seas

Paston, Christopher
-, Edward
-, Sir William

Paswick

Pate, Thomas

Paterson (priest)

Patrick, William
-, Father

Patrington

Patten, John
-, Mercury
-, Thomas

Pattingham

Pattison, John

Paul V., Pope
-, bulls and briefs of
-, dominions of
-, letters of
-, letters to
-, nuncio of

Paul, George
-, Henry

Paulet, Sir Hampden
-, William, 3rd Marquis of Winchester
-, William, 4th Marquis of Winchester
-, Lucy, Marchioness of Winchester
-, William, Lord St. John
-, letters of, to Salisbury

Paunton, John

Paver, Richard

Pavilions, see Tents and Toils.

Pawlet, Mr.

Pawlett, John

Paxford

Payne, Henry
-, John
-, Margaret
-, Robert
-, Thomas
-, William

Peace, see Justices of Peace, commission for.

Peach, Henry

Peachamp, Edmund

Peacock, Sir Edward
-, Richard

Peak, Edward

Peak, the
-, forest of

Peake, Robert

Peape, Ralph

Pearce, Thomas

Peare, John

Pearls, see Jewels.

Pearpoint, Robert

Pearson, Thomas

Pear-tree, Jock of the, see Graham, John.

Peasley, William

Pedlars

Peeter, Maurice

Peirce, Stephen

Pelborough, Michael

Pelham, Thomas

Pellet, Sir Benjamin

Pells office

Pemberton, Mr.

Pembridge

Pembroke
-, Earl of, see Herbert.

Pembrokeshire
-, grants of lands in
-, justices in
-, lands and places in
-, offices in
-, receivers for

Penal Statutes

Penckevell, John
-, Richard
-, Thomas

Pendennis fort

Pendle-trenthide

Pendleton, Francis

Pengogo

Penicock, Walter

Penley Park

Penmaen Llysfaen

Penn, Alice
-, William

Pennant Piers

Pennell, Roger

Pennington Bridget
-, Joseph

Pennyman, William

Penrith

Penruddock, Sir Thomas

Penry, David

Penryn

Penryn, William

Penshurst

Pensions, lists of

Pentley

Penven, Elizabeth
-, Gilbert

Penvose, John
-, Michael
-, Richow

Penzance

Pepper

Pepper, Sir Cuthbert
-, John
-, Robert
-, -.

Pepper-hill

Percivall, Mr.
-, Richard

Percy, Lord Algernon
-, Sir Allan
-, letters of, to Carleton
-, Sir Charles
-, Dorothy, Countess of Northumberland
-, Henry, Earl of Northumberland
-, connection of, with Gunpowder plot
-, grants to
-, household of
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Privy Council
-, letters of, to Salisbury
-, letters of, to James I.
-, letters to
-, see also James
-, I., letters of.
-, servants to
-, Josceline
-, Sir Richard
-, Thomas
-, servants of
-, Mrs.
-, Thomas, late Earl of Northumberland
-, see Fisher.

Periam, Sir William, Chief Baron of the Exchequer

Periors

Perkins, Francis
-, Mr.
-, Mrs., see Vaux, Anne.

Perkinson, -

Peronne, or Perron, James Davy du, Cardinal

Perrot family

Perrot, Sir James
-, Sir John

Perrott, Sir Owen
-, Penelope
-, Thomas

Persia

Persons, Walter

Perth

Perth, Earl of, see Drummond.

Pescodstreet

Pesson, Edward

Peterborough

Peterborough, alms-rooms in
-, Bishop of, see Dove, Thomas.
-, ecclesiastical court of
-, dean and chapter of
-, diocese of

Peters, Peter
-, Thomas
-, William

Petersfield

Peto, Mr.

Petre, John Lord

Pett, John
-, Joseph
-, Phineas

Pettar, Edward

Pettit, Mary

Petty, William

Petworth

Pevensey

Pew, William

Pewsham forest

Pewter, customs on

Pewterers, see also London, companies of.

Pewteres, John

Peyton, Sir John, sen., Lieutenant of Tower
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, jun.

Phelippes, Stephen
-, Thomas
-, letters, &., of, see also Vincent's letters to Benson.
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, Mrs.

Phelips, Edward, Serjeant-at-law, Sir Ed- ward, Speaker of the House of Com- mons
-, Sir Edward, grants to
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters to
-, or Phillips, Francis

Philip III., King of Spain

Philip (servant)

Philips, John, Bishop of Sodor and Man
-, William

Phillips, Francis, see Phelips.

Phillipps, Edward
-, William
-, Mrs.

Philpott, John

Philpotts, Watkin

Phyton, Edward

Piacenza

Pickering forest

Pickering, Christopher
-, Gilbert
-, Lewis
-, Michael
-, William
-, (late)

Pickhaver, Thomas

Pierce, see Fisher.

Piero, Richard

Pierpoint, Sir Henry

Piers, William

Pierson, John
-, Richard
-, William

Pigeon, Bristow
-, Edmund
-, Hugh
-, John
-, Nicholas

Pigott, Gervase

Pilchers Courtheth

Pilkington, Dr. Richard

Pillingbeare

Pinchbeck

Pinchbeck, John

Pinches, William

Pinckney, Thomas

Pinkerton, Robert

Pins

Pinuto, Paolo

Pipe office
-, clerks of

Piper, William

Pipewell

Piracies

Pirates

Pitcairn, Patrick

Pitt, Sir Edward
-, John
-, Jonas
-, William

Place, Julien

Plague, The, see London.

Plate, gold and silver, see James I., plate and jewels of.
-, customs on

Playdell, John
-, Katherine

Playfair, Dr.

Plays, see Drama.

Plessington, Robert

Plomer, William

Plommer, Ananias

Plots, see Gunpowder Plot; Conspiracies.

Plowdon

Plowden, Francis
-, Francis, jun.

Plower, William

Plumer, John

Plumpton
-, park

Plumpton, Ann

Plumstead, Thomas
-, Mr.

Plunket, Sir Christopher

Pluralities

Plymouth
-, letters from
-, mayor of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, fort

Pockthorpe

Pocock, Mr.

Poe, Dr. Leonard, see Por.

Poland
-, Ambassador of
-, King of, see Sigismund III.

Poles

Poley, Edmund

Pollard, Anne
-, George

Polley, Richard

Polly, Thomas

Pomfret, see Pontefract.

Pontefract
-, alms-room at
-, castle
-, park

Ponyand, Robert

Poole, Montgomeryshire, town and port of

Poole, Sir Edward
-, Sir Henry

Pooley, Sir John

Poore, Richard

Pope, Sir William
-, Dr.

Pope, the, see Clement VIII, Leo XI., Paul V.

Popery
-, converts to

Popham, Amy
-, Sir Francis
-, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench
-, commissions to
-, grants to
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil

Popham, Sir, John, letters to, see also James I., letters of.

Poplar

Poppeshall

Por, Dr. Leonard, see Poe.

Porchester castle

Pordage, Francis
-, William

Port bonds

Portcullis Pursuivant, see Thompson, Samuel.

Porter, Henry
-, James
-, John (bailiff)
-, John (pauper)
-, Joseph
-, Nicholas
-, Thomas

Porter's park

Portington, William
-, William, jun.

Portland, Isle of
-, castle

Portman, Sir John

Portpigham

Ports, see England, ports of.

Portsacks, see Arms.

Portsmouth
-, letters from
-, armoury at
-, castle and garrison
-, lieutenant of
-, Isle of
-, works at

Portugal
-, King of, see Antonio.
-, commerce with

Portuguese
-, ships

Pory, John

Post fines

Postmasters

Postnati, see Scots, naturalization of.

Posts and Packets

Posts, Master of, see Stanhope, Sir John.

Potman, Sir Richard

Pott, or Potts, Thomas

Potter, John
-, (coiner)

Potter's park

Potters-pury Park

Potts, Mr.

Poultney, Francis

Poulton, Ferdinando

Poultrain, Maximilian, alias Colt

Poultry and Poulterers, see also London, Companies of.

Pound, or Poundes, Thomas

Pourde, Mr. (auditor)

Povey, Justinian

Powder, see Gunpowder.

Powder treason, see Gunpowder Plot.

Powel, Gabriel

Powell, Hugh
-, John, King's fletcher
-, Richard
-, Roger
-, William

Power, Matthew

Powis, Thomas

Powlton, George

Pownde, Thomas

Poynter, William

Poyntz, Edward
-, Sir Gabriel
-, Sir John

Pratt

Pratt, Henry
-, Mr.

Preachers, see also Ministers.

Precious stones, see Jewels.

Preesall

Prerogative, Royal, see James I., prerogative of.

Prescott, Alexander
-, John
-, Richard

Prestbury

Preston

Preston, Sir Amias
-, Bellingham
-, Sir Richard

Prestwood, forest of

Priaux, Mr.

Price, Hugh
-, Jerome, see Hale, Thomas.
-, John
-, Lawrence
-, Sir Richard
-, Robert
-, Stephen
-, Thomas
-, William
-, Captain
-, --

Prichard, Richard

Prick and Cheque, clerks of

Prickett, Robert

Prideaux, Nicholas, Sir Nicholas
-, Richard

Priests, Romish
-, favour towards
-, letters of
-, meetings of
-, proceedings against

Primrose, Archibald
-, Gilbert

Prince, The, see Henry, Prince.

Prince, George
-, Richard
-, Robert

Prince's Risborough

Princes, foreign

Princess, The, see Elizabeth, Princess.

Prinne, Captain Edward

Printers and Printing, see also Barker, Robert, King's Printer.

Printing, licenses for

Prior, Francis

Priors Heies

Priory, The

Prisoners

Privy Council
-, book
-, chamber
-, clerks of
-, letters of
-, letters of, to Cecil
-, letters of, to Justices of Peace
-, letters of, to Lake
-, letters to

Privy Council -continued.
-, letters to, see James I.; Border Commissioners; Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; and Percy, Earl of Northumberland, letters of.
-, members of
-, orders and proceedings in
-, petitions to
-, warrants from and to

Privy Purse
-, keeper of, see Hume, Sir George.
-, deputy-keeper, see Jossie.

Privy Seal
-, keeper of, see Cecil, Earl of Salisbury; Howard, Henry, Earl of Northampton.
-, clerks of
-, office of

Proby, Peter

Proclamations, -
-, (1603)
-, (1604)
-, (1605)
-, (1606)
-, (1607)
-, (1608)
-, (1609)
-, (1610)

Procter, Thomas
-, (lunatic)

Proctor, George
-, Sir Stephen
-, Lady
-, (parson)

Proger, Arthur

Prosen, Hildebrand

Protestants and Protestantism

Prowse, Richard

Prudhoe Castle

Prydeaux, Nicholas, see Prideaux.

Prytherghe, William

Puckeridge

Puckeridge, Thomas
-, Mrs.

Puckering, Sir Gilbert

Puckering, Mr.
-, widow

Puddle Wharf

Pudsey, Thomas

Puleston, Thomas

Pulford, Henry
-, John
-, Thomas

Pulham

Pullyn, Joshua

Pulton

Puritans and Puritanism

Purleigh

Purpett, John

Pursell, Thomas

Pursuivants, see also Portcullis, Rouge-croix, Rouge-rose.

Purveyors

Putney Park

Putto, Richard

Putton, Mr.

Pye, Walter

Pymme, John
-, William

Pyning, Dan.