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Infanta of Spain, Esser's allegation that

the crown was sold to the, 224. 272.

277. 279. 280, 281. 330. 353, 354.
Ireland, state of, grows daily di mal in

peggio, 124.
Essex named Lord Lieutenant,

125, 126.

Ireland-continued.

His proceedings towards the rebels.

See Essex, Robert, Earl of. Limit of the power of former

deputies to pardon treason, 251. See also Bagnall; Bingham;

Burgh; Blunt; Clifford, Lee;
Thomas; Tyrone.

J.

James VI. of Scotland, negotiations of Jardine, Mr.- continued.

Essex's friends with, relative to suc Error in the declaration of treasons cession to the English crown, 168,

noted by him, 275 note. 169. 202. 206, 207.

Explanation of mysterious letter See 208, 209. 222. 343, 362.

cited by him, 314 note. Jardine, Mr., his account of Essex's Jesuits, Essex's pretended fear of the, trial, how made up, 218.

363, 364. Sentence supplied from his book, Jones, Edward, “a great translator of 229.

books,” letter of Bacon's probably in Charge made by him against Bacon, behalf of, 371. 242, 243, 244. 297 note. 304

Judges who assisted the Peers on note.

Essex's trial, list of, 283.

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Leicester, Earl of, 42. 197. 358.
Leigh, Harry, message carried into

Scotland, and nature of answer

brought back by, 170, 171. 336. Imprisoned on his return, 171.

See 330. 335, 336, 337. 343. Letters of Bacon, a box full of, sent in

1682 to Tenison, 3. Of advice to the Earl of Rutland,

account of, 24. Of advice to Foulke Greville on

his studies, 21. Of advice to Essex on his assump

tion of command in Irish affairs,

9496. 98-100. 129-133. Lincoln, Earl of, 272. one of the Peers

on Essex's trial, 283.

Littleton, John, one of the Essex con

spirators, 235. 263. 331. 343. 360. Locker, John, catalogue of Bacon's

letters in the collection of, 2. London, attempt of Essex on the loyalty

of the citizens of, 210. 264. 267, 268.

270, 271. London, Bishop of. See Bancroft. Lord Keepers. See Egerton ; Puckering. Lovelace, Richard, declaration of, rela

tive to Essex's confederates, 365. Lucy, Sir Thomas, letter from Bacon

to, 369. Lumley, Lord, one of the Peers on

Essex's trial, 283. Luson, Sir John, commands the forces

against Essex, 272.

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Macdavy, Turlough, a messenger be

tween Tyrone and Essex, 255.

293. Mac Roory, Owny, chief of the O'Mores,

communication from Tyrone to, relative to his dealings with Essex, 255. 293. 293 note. 291.

See 327. 329. Marre, Earl of, Essex's instructions

to, relative to alleged intrigues for settling the English Crown on the Infanta of Spain, 353, 354.

See 343. 302. Martin, Sir Richard, Alderman, advice

given to Essex by, 364. Mary, Queen, weight of taxation in the

reign of, 84 note. Maynard, Mr., one of Burghley's secre

taries, 27. Bacon's letter to him and Hickes

for a loan, 28. Meautys, Sir Thomas, Bacon's execu

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Mill, Mr.-continued.

His case referred to certain coun

cillors and judges, with the re

sult, 66.
Monteagle. See Parker.
Montjoy, Charles Blunt Lord, spoken

of for the Lord Lieutenancy of
Ireland, 124.
His fitness, 125.
Objected to by Essex, 125, 126

notes. 144.
His motive for negotiating with the

King of Scots, 168.
Essex commits his fortunes to his

and Southampton's care, 169. Appointed to command in Ireland,

170. Treasonable enterprise contem

plated and ultimately abandoned

by him, 170--172. Applied to by Essex for a letter of

remonstrance, 202. Bacon's “ Apology” addressed to

him, 203. Disapproves of Essex's project,

206. Danger to which Essex's confession

exposed him, 235. Lord Nottingham's letter to him

on Essex's confession, 236 note. See Danvers's Confession, 333–

341. See also 167. 292 note,

325. 330. 343. 358. 359, 360. More, sheriff, bis civilities to Bacon,

107. Morley, Lord, one of the peers on Ex

sex's trial, 283.
Moryson, Fynes, citations from the

" Itinerary” of:
As to terms offered to Tyrone, and

on Tyrone's conduct, 96, 97. 100.
122,

tor, 3.

Merick, Sir Gilly, brought to trial, 237.

His end, 239.
Left in charge of Essex House,

270.
Releases the imprisoned Council-

lors, 272. Effect of what passed at the arraign

ment of himself and confederates,

286. Purport of the evidence given

against him, 289, 290.

See 328. 343. 351. Mill, Mr., Clerk of the Star Chamber,

charged with exacting unlawful

fees, 56. 65. Bacon's Memorial to Lord Keeper

Egerton on his belialf, 57— 60.

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Moryson, Fynes —continued.

On the Vriaghts, 99, note.
On Lord Montjoy's designation for

the Lord Lieutenancy of Ireland,
and Essex's depreciation of him,

125, note 1, 126, note 2. On the suspicions incident to

Essex's military courses and popularity, 128 note.

Moryson, Fynes—continued.
On Essex's return from Munster,

138, note 3.
Report of proceeding against Essex

at York House, printed in his

Itinerary,' 188. Mountford, Dr., with Essex in his last

moments, 285. Mountgarret, Lord, 327.

N.

Nevill, Sir Henry, attempted to be gained

over by Essex, 207. 260, 261.

351. Implicated by Essex in his confes

sion, 236, 285. Impressions of Cuffe as to what

passed between him and Essex,

333. Post designated for him by Essex

had the plot succeeded, 342. His declaration as to his knowledge

of Essex's designs, 313–350. Same referred to in “Declaration

of Treasons," 262. 265. 288. Its truth testified to by Cuffe, 352. Southampton's report of his inter

view with him, 362.

New Year's Gifts to the Queen, 163. Norreys, Sir John, Lord General in Ire

land, displacement and death of, 93. Norton the bookseller letter carrier be

tween Essex and the King of Scots,

343. Nottingham, Charles Howard Earl of,

Lord Admiral, witness of Esser's

insult to the Queen, 103. One of the Commissioners to hear

the charges against Essex at York

House, 173 note.
Commands the forces in the invest-

ment of Essex House, 272, 273. One of the Peers on Esser's trial,

283.
See 149. 233.

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Parker, Sir Henry, commonly called

Lord Monteagle, 268. 311. 365. Parliament of 1597-8, attitude of the

Queen towards the, 77. See Com

mons, House of. Paul's full of factious discourses, 177. Peers by whom Essex and Southampton

were tried, list of, 283. Periam, Sir W., Lord Chief Baron, one

of the Commissioners to hear
the charges against Essex at York

House, 173 note.
An assistant to the Peers on Essex's

trial, 283.

Perrot, Sir John, Lord Deputy of Ire

land, 372 note. Peyton joined with Waad and Bacon in

examination of Stanley, 108. Philip II. of Spain disposed to make

peace with Henry IV. of France,

92. Pisistratus's device for exciting the citi

zens of Athens, 225, 226. Pithou, Pierre, the “French Biblio

thèque Historian,” 32. note 4. Poor, Act for the relief of the, 79. Popham (Chief Justice), one of tho

Commissioners in Mill's case, 66.

Popham-continued.

Also a Commissioner on the charges

against Essex at York House,

173 note. Sent by the Queen to enquire the

cause of the assembly at Essex

House, 209, 306.
Widdrington's report of Essex's

orders with regard to him, 219. His evidence at the trial of Essex,

ibid. Intention of the conspirators in

detaining him, 238. His replies to Essex and Southamp

ton on their assertion of their grievances, 269.

Popham-continued.

Owen Salisbury's spleen against

him, 270. An assistant to the Peers on Essex's

trial, 283. His declaration conjointly with the

Lord Keeper, 306—308.

See 277. 279. Powle, Stephen, collections of (Tanner

MSS), report of part of Blount's con

fession from, 317, 318 note. Puckering, Sir John, Lord Keeper, death

of, 30.

His secretary Jones, 371. Puritans, Essex's show of sympathy to

wards the, 207. 261.

R.

Ralegh, Sir Walter, employed by the

Queen to reconcile Essex and

Nottingham, 91.
Consulted about Irish affairs : said

to be unwilling to go as deputy,

100. His reasons for keeping aloof, 123. One of the Councillors whom Es.

sex wanted to displace, 208. 221. Charged by Essex with a plot to

murder him, 209. 267. 309. His explanation of a warning given

by him to Sir Ferdinando Gorge,

222, 223. Incident connected with his being

sworn, 223 note.
Charges against him retracted by

Essex, 236.
His murder suggested to Sir F.

Gorge by Blount, 267.
His conversation with Sir C. Blount

at execution of the latter, 316,

317.

See 279. 318. 342. 353, 363. Rawley, Dr., Editor of Bacon's works,

91. 197. 272. 367. 372. Reporting, no regular system of, in

Èlizabeth's days, 231.

Reynolds, Edward, secretary to Essex,

15. 33. 34. Rich, Lady (Essex's sister), “piquant

letter" written to the Queen by,

178. 199. 226. Allowed to depart from Essex

House, 273. Rich, Lord, one of the Peers on Essex's

trial, 283. Richard III., the example of, 287. Roman Catholics, Esser's promises of

toleration to the, 207. 261. Russell, Sir W., Lord Deputy in Ire

land, 93. 95. 96 note. 100. Rutland, Roger, Earl of, 4.

“Licence to pass over the seas"

granted to him, 5. Question as to authorship of the

letters to him on travel. See

Bacon ; Essex.
Implicated in Essex's conspiracy,

235. 238.
Statements based on his confession,

268. 271. 272. 282.
His examination before the Lord

Keeper and his colleagues, 309–
311
See 277. 278.

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S.

St. John de Bletso, Lord, one of the

Peers on Essex's trial, 283. St. Lawrence, Sir Christopher, murder

of Lord Grey of Wilton volunteered

by, 152. Salisbury, Owen, & retainer of Essex,

antecedents of, 270. Slain in the attack on Essex House,

273.

Sancroft, William, Archbishop of Can

terbury, 3. 21. Sandye, Lord, implicated by Essex in

his confessions, 236, 268. His confession, 311, 312.

See 277. 278, 309. Shrewsbury, Earl of, one of the Com

missioners on the charges against Essex, 173 note,

Shrewsbury, Earl of-continued.

One of the Peers on Essex's trial,

283. Written to by Bacon for the loan

of a horse and armour, 370. Sidney, Sir Robert, 273. Skidmore, Sir John, 365. Smith, Thomas, sheriff of London, how

far implicated in Essex's treason,

210. 267. 271. Alleged by Essex to be privy to

his plot, 236. 309.

See 310.312. 357. Southampton, Henry Earl of, made

General of the Horse by Essex against the Qucen's command,

but displaced, 134, 257, 258. His account of Essex's consulta

tion with himself and Blount,

147. 256, 257. 315. 316. Essex commits the care of his fortunes

to him and Montjoy,
169.
Goes into Ireland with letters from

Essex, 171 note 3.
Owner of Drury House, 207.
Arraigned with Essex for treason,

214, 275.
Passage of words between him and

Lord Grey, 223.
His answer to the charges against

him, 228, 229. 278.
IIis behaviour at his trial, 232.
His connexion by marriage with

Essex, 262.
His service to Sir C. Davers, ibid.
His complaint against Lord Grey,

269. 307.
His former friendship with Cecil,

280. Names the authority for Essex's

charge against Cecil, ibid. Extent of his complicity with Es

sex, 310. 334-313.

Southampton, Earl of—continued.

His confession, 358–362.
See 144. 151. 163. 167. 222,

224. 230. 217. 261. 263. 265.
268. 311. 333. 343. 345. 346.

347. 355. 356. Southwell, Robert, ‘Supplication' of,

368. Spain, Esser's expeditions against. See

Cadiz : Essex.
Result of its retaliatory attempt

upon the English coast, 74,

75.

See Infanta. Spanish match, unpopularity of the,

211. Squire, Edward, " that wicked traitor,"

109. Bacon's account of his 'Strange

Conspiracy' 110–119. Stafford, Lord, one of the Peers on Es

sex's trial, 283. Stanhope, Sir John, 36. 273.

Letter to him from Bacon, 50. Stanley, John, examination of, 108. 118

note. Stanley, Sir William, 270. Star Chamber, proceedings relative

to Clerkship of, 56. See Bacon:

Mill. Stephens, Robert, catalogue of Bacon's

letters in the collections of, 2. 3.

18. Stoics ; their mode of attaining an even

temper of mind, 8. Sussex, Earl of, 251.

One of the Peers on the trial of Es.

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pers, 3.

Tanner MS. of Essex's trial in the Bod

leian Library, 229 note. Temple, Edward, statements of, to Dr.

Fletcher, relative to the alleged

threats against Essex, 363. His letter on same subject to his

friend Westwood, 364. Temple, William (query Edward ?),

sent into the City by Essex, with tales of the dangers which threatened

him, 267, 268. Temple, William, disclaims all partici

pation in Essex's plots, 364.

Tenison, Thomas, Archbishop of Can.

terbury, receives a box of Bacon's pa. Thomond (Toumond), Earl of, 96. 96

note. Tillage. See Enclosures. Tollemache, John, Esq., manuscript re

port of Essex’s trial in possession

of, 218. Incidental references to the MS.,

219 note. 229 note. Tower of London, scheme of the Essex

conspirators regarding the, 263.

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