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Index: E

Pages 422-423

Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Mary 1553-1558. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1861.

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E.

Earthworks, 119.

East Cities, 169, 365.

Easterling hulks, 390.

Easterlings, 169.

-, fleets of, 365.

Eberstein, Count Philip of, 1.

Edinburgh, inhabitants of, 336.

-, Provost of, 336.

Edstein, Count of, 150.

Edward III., King of England, his capture of Calais, 403.

Edward VI., King of England, 47, 78, 129, 200, 230, 272, 390.

-, -, ill health of, 1.

-, -, death of, 2, 6, 7, 9.

-, -, his debts, 39.

-, -, seal of, 49.

Edwards, Roger, a spy, 144, 146.

Egmont, Countess of (Sabina of Bavaria), 150.

-, Lamoral, Comte d', Prince de Gavres, 33, 55, 64, 84, 150, 174, 175, 213, 400.

-, -, Imperial Envoy to England, 32, 40.

-, -, his daughter, 150.

-, -, commission to, 45.

-, Maximilien d', Comte de Buren, 32, 43.

Elba, Island of, 7.

-, attacked by the Turks, 6, 7, 9.

-, the Turks and French repulsed at, 11.

Eleanor of Austria, Queen Dowager of France, 81, 174, 192, 193.

-, -, letter to, 172.

- -, letter from, 174.

Elizabeth, Princess (daughter of Henry II.), 129.

- the Lady (afterwards Queen of England), 50, 59.

Elliot, John, 177, 199, 354.

Elverdunk, Hans, merchant of Antwerp, 292.

Ely, Bishop of, see Thirlby, Thomas.

Embden, letter of consuls and senators of, 387.

-, letter dated from, 387.

Engelpart, Hans, 381.

Enghien, Duc d', see Bourbon, Jean de.

Engine of war, 47.

England, 84, 86, 102, 119, 120, 122, 151, 240.

-, Council of, see Council in England.

-, plans for the return of to the ancient religion, 3, 14.

-, opinion of Cardinal Pole concerning the return of to the obedience of the Pope, 20, 21.

-, danger of war between, and France, 53, 55, 60, 61.

-, importation of gunpowder into, from Flanders, 56, 57.

-, insurrection in, against Queen Mary, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 160.

-, Lord High Admiral of, see Lord Clinton; Lord Howard of Effingham.

-, Lord Chancellor of, see Winchester, Bishop of.

-, Champion of, see Dymoke, Sir Edward.

-, expected descent of the French upon, 64, 74.

-, Lord Treasurer of, see Paulett, William.

-, Clergy of, see Clergy.

-, Parliament of, see Parliament.

-, financial state of, 157.

-, importation of grain into, 207.

-, Cardinal of, see Pole, Cardinal.

-, Legation of, 179.

-, office of Chancellor of, 209.

-, Queen of, see Mary, Queen of England.

-, Lord Privy Seal of, see Russell, John, Earl of Bedford; Paget, William, Lord.

-, Arms of, 283.

-, incursions of the Scots into, 335, 336.

-, Master of the Ordnance in, 368.

-, King of, see Philip II., 399.

Englefield, Sir Francis, 241.

English navy, 83.

-, -, materials for, 375.

- Ambassadors in Spain, 84.

- ships, 46.

- merchant vessels, 61.

- mariners, 61, 166.

- ships of war, 71.

- fleet, 77.

- ships in Spain, 83.

- - in the Channel, 88.

- - at Antwerp, 165.

- cloth, 19, 46, 48.

- base coin, 43, 46.

- crowns, 40.

- soldiers, 30, 47.

-, rebels in France, 61, 65, 66, 67, 68, 72, 73. 74, 79, 87, 89, 96, 107, 108, 109, 113, 138, 221, 222, 226, 229, 230, 231, 237, 238, 239, 244, 245, 261, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 293, 294, 298, 299, 302.

English frontier in France, 155, 157, 158.

-, cloths, seizure of, 168.

-, ships taken by pirates, 231, 237.

-, pirates, 237.

-, pale in France, 230, 231.

-, bishoprics, 287, 289.

- ships of war in the Channel, 316, 351, 352.

-, ships from Spain, 383.

-, merchants, see Merchants.

English, the, 321.

-, their disputes with the French at Guisnes, 30, 31.

-, their bickerings with the Spaniards at Antwerp, 32.

-, at Antwerp, their dislike in the proceedings in matter of religion in England, 32.

-, at Calais suspected of treason, 71.

-, in Venice, 97.

-, their character, 119.

Englishman, a spy, 79.

Englishmen in France, 69, 70, 122.

Erasmus, his works, 391.

Erasso, Francisco de, Spanish Secretary to Charles V. and Philip II., 86, 161, 381. Crown Prince of Sweden, letter from, 344.

Escalin, Antoine, Baron de la Garde (Capitaine Paulin), 13, 41, 137, 181, 203, 282.

Escouen, seat of Constable Montmorency, 123.

Essex, 180, 312.

Estaples, 16.

Este, Alfonso d', Marquis of Montecchio, 223, 240, 264.

-, Alfonso d', Prince of Ferrara, 123, 127, 128, 129, 223, 240, 263, 264, 370, 380, 392.

-, Francesco d', Marquis of Massa and Padula, 344, 361, 362, 365, 373.

-, Hercules d', Duke of Ferrara, 64, 89, 97, 119, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 133, 137, 144, 177, 192, 205, 210, 223, 226, 229, 235, 237, 244, 249, 263, 274, 276, 277, 288, 289, 291, 292, 296, 297, 298, 309, 312, 317, 340, 342, 345, 361, 367, 370, 380.

-, -, his daughter, 223, 274.

-, -, his son, 342.

-, Hippolyto d', Cardinal of Ferrara, 7, 118, 132, 163, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 199, 288, 289, 298.

-, -, fortifies Sienna, 25, 26.

-, -, suspected of the death of Marcellus II., 184, 186.

-, Luigi d', 388, 389, 392.

Eston, Richard, 123.

Estourmel, , d', Seigneur de Vendeville, Captain of Gravelines, 30, 64, 77, 315, 316, 319, 357, 358.

-, -, letter from, 358.

Estouteville, Jean d', Seigneur de Villebon, 4, 77, 96, 184, 351.

Estres, Jean, Sieur de, 122, 184, 264.

-, -, his son in-law, 184.

Everett, George, letter from, 83.

Exchange, bills of, 86, 87.

-, rate of, see Money.

Exportation of goods from France, 3.

-, of cloths from England, 19, 46, 48, 127.

-, of gold and silver from England arrested, 40.

-, of bullion from Flanders, 40.

- of corn from Sicily, 128, 136.

"Extracts out of the Antiquities of France," 67.

Extradition between France and England, 61.

"Extrait des Registres de la Cour des Aydes en Normandie," 56.

Eyemouth, 395.