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Hall-cont.

Harper, Captain-cont.
John, of Gressonfield, 227.

return froin his voyage, 15.
Nicholas, clerk of the county of York, - prize sent in by, 61, 62.
414.

John, 477.
Ralph, of the Syckes, 226, 271.

Thomas, kecper in the gaol at York, Rob, younger, of Moncreeth, 227.

514. William, of Heavyside, 226, 271, 539. Harrington, Sir Henry, letter from, 310. Halliwell, letter dated at, 431.

Harriot, Thomas, letter from, 285.
Hallyday :

Harris :
Leonard, 22 (2).

Christopher, of Plymouth, 6, 7, 79, Norman, 189.

88. William, 22.

letters from, 438, 441. Hallye (Halitz), captured by the Turks, Mr. Dr., public preacher at Col64.

chester, 299, 332. Hamburg, cloth trade to, 159.

Harrison : the merchant adventurers, 307.

George, heir of, 491. Hamnden, Mr., 254.

Nathaniel, captain of a ship with wardship of, 273.

the Essex Expedition, 421, 425. Hamman, James, clerk of the warrants, Harryson, Robert, 22. deceased, 210.

Hart, Sir John, 484, 524, 525. Hammon, tenant of a garden by Clement's Hartford Bridge, 169, 206, 210, 338, 350, Inn, 265.

377, 445. Hamoaze (Haminose), Plymouth, 443. Hartgrave, one, in Antwerp, 223. Hampden, Mistress Elizabeth, letters

Hartwell, Robert, 508. from, 231, 278.

Harvye, Captain Roger, 215. Hampshire, unpreparedness of the forces

Harvey, Sir Gerard, 479.

Haseley, Great, Oxon., parsonage of, in, 451.

546. Hampton. See Southampton. Hampton Place, 125.

Hastings : Hance, 30.

Sir Edward, 477.

Sir Francis, 477, 484. Hancock, one, a scrivener in the Strand, 358.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, a pamphlet Ilanden, Mr., 223.

written to, 420. Hangings stayed for the Queen, &c., 520.

Havana, 357. Hanse Towns, character of the traders,

open to attack, 235. 77.

Harvard, -, 396. proposals from Spain to, and answer,

Haverfordwest, letter dated at, 466. 271, 272, 273.

Havering, 361. infringements of privileges of, &c.,

Court at, letter dated from, 370.

Haverington, Little Geordie, of Broomhill, 307, 320.

227. Hanses, Steeles of the, 405.

Havola, Don Alfonso d', 71. Hanwell, 304.

Hawarde, Sir William, 477. Hanworth, 118.

Hawes, William, 347. Harbert. See Herbert.

Hawkesworth, an imprisoned priest, 224. Harboroe, Lord, a marriage for, proposed,

Hawkins : 267.

Mr., 79. Harcourt:

Richard, a prisoner in Tercera, letter Mr., 402.

from, 438.
Mr., of Shalton, in Buckinghamshire, | Hay, Paul de la, letter from, 464.
arrested, 420.

Haye, Alex, 158.
- examined, 432.

Hayes : Harding, Dr., letter from, 546.

Robert, letter from, 281.

Thomas, 22. Mr., clerk of the Court of Wards, Hayn, Father Jobu, Scotch Jesuit at 294.

Antwerp, 490. Hugh, charges against, 540,

Haynes Hill, ietter dated at, 184. John, explains his speech in Parlia Hayward or Harward, Thomas, condemned ment, 489.

in the Star Chamber to lose his ears, Hargues, Adan de, merchant of St. Jean 353.

de Luz, a complaint on bebalf of, 16. Head, Mr., 527. Harlakinden, Roger, letter from, 514. Ileale, Sergeant, movey due to, 375. Harley, Thomas, petition of, 258.'

Heath: Harlington, 515.

Henry, exanzination of, 33. Harmar, Mr., 112.

Richard, 50, 347. Harper, Harpur:

Heaton, John, 22. Sir J., 341.

Heckington, 139. Captain, 21, 53, 81, 88, 91.

| Heddinge. See Hesdin.

Hare:

Hedley, Alan, of Hather weike, 227, Hexte, Mr,, 477, 484.
Hedom. See Hesdin.

Hicks (flickes):
Hedon, Sir Chr., 27.

Mr., Secretary to Lord Burghley, 111, Heham, letter dated at, 72.

113. Heile, P. Van, letter from, 157.

, letter from, 293. Heldgard, William, justice at York, 515. Baptist, 347, 477, 484. Helsion in Cornwall, 454.

Hicksford, Sir John, 508. Heneage:

Hide, Mrs. See Hyde. Sir Thomas, 40, 405.

Higgs, William, 22. Mr., 499.

Higham : Henewer, 26.

Arthur, removed from the office of Henriquartville (Henery Carville, Haure

Commissary at Flushing, 434, 435. quartville), 58.

Sir Clement, 27. town offered by the French King for Higham Ferrers, 507. English traders, 51, 63.

letter dated at, 430. Henry IV., King of France. See France. Hikman, Walter, 406. Henry VII., King, grant by, 42.

Hildyard : treaty with Denmark, 78.

Sir Christopher, 416,516. Henry VIII., King, grant by, 42.

William, 416, 493. punishunent of nisdemeanours

- Justice of the Peace, exaninatowards the game by, 322.

tion made before, 514. Henry, Lor), 266, 276.

Hill : Herbert, Harbert :

Jo., 368. a priest taken, 33.

John, of Stonehouse, a prisoner at Mr. Dr., 115, 541.

the Groyne, confession of, 123, -, gift promised to, for furthering

134. a suit, 393.

- sent up to London, 141. Charles, of Hadoocke, 536.

John, auditor of the exchequer, letter J., notes by, 157, 258(2), 433.

from, 365. William, Lord, letter from, 37+. IIilles, Dr., letters from, 335, 362. Hereford, cu. of, Lord Lieutenant of, 250. Hilinselroy, Jasper, citizen of Antwerp, levy of soldiers in, 250.

490. receivership of, 508.

History of the Times in Latin by a Herengues [Airaines], seven leagues from foreigner, contents indicated, 406. Amiens, 102.

Hobby, Hoby : Herenthals (Herentaulx), 20, 24, 26, 28, Sir Edward, 403, 484. 32.

- letter of condolence to Cecil, 39. Heron, Samuel, 539.

-- house in Channon Row, 40. Hertford, letter dated at, 290.

· letters from, 186, 431, 436, 448, Castle suggested for place of custody

459. of Buccleugh, 433.

- and the export of iron, 431, co. of, levies in, 179, 200, 250.

432, 433. Hesdin (Esdan, Hedon, Heddinge), in

- said to have preferred a bill France, 30, 103, 141.

against northern cloths, 436. troops lying about, 183.

proceedings in the House of Ileset, Edward, letter from, 319.

Commons, 489. Hess, 516.

Sir Thomas Posthumus, 412, 415, Hessen (Hesse Cassel, Hassia), Land

416, 417. grave of, 17, 78.

- letters from, 418, 517. hows and arrows for, 287.

- reason of opposition to, in Yorkletter from, 287.

shire, 436. jealousy of the Duke of Wirtem- | Hoddesdon, Christopher, chief factor of berg, 309.

the Muscovia Company at the Narve, sons or Chancellor of, at Oxford, 338. 309.

Hodges, Richard, 238. Hesketh :

Hodson, Mr., at Cambridge, 406. Mr., 423.

Hogley, Thomas, examination of, 515. Sir Thomas, Attorney of the Wards, Hohenlo, Hohenlohe, Philip, Count, 29, 493.

85. Heth, Austen, lieutenant in a company at the battle of Turnhout, 26. at Flushing, 229.

desirous of employment, 44. llewet, John, 372.

letter from, 85. Ileworthe Moor, near York, election Holausen tenyne, an inn called, in London, taking place at, 413.

397. IIexham, a preacher supported by volun Holborn, 33. tary benevolence at, 354.

letters dated at, 265, 301, 335, 529. letters dated at, 80, 89, 91, 276, 326, Lady Cobham's house in, 5 1, 203. 354.

Up, 537. 0 94110.

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Holborn Bridge, letter dated at, 139. | Horton, 304.
Holdcroft or Holdcraft, Mr., 507 (2). Hoskyns, -, 366.
Holland :

Hospital house for poor men, 410.
Com nissioners from, mission to Hottingaff, Johan van, 180.
Eogland, 11.

Houghtov, Roger, letter from, 262. design to attack, 21.

Hounslow, letters cated at, 303, 304. States of, and the arresting of corn Hourne, a flyboat of, taken, 399. ships, 65.

Household, H.M., officials of, 281. - their improved situation and Hovenden, Christopher, 523 resources, 68.

How, -, having a pretended property in question between it and Zealand, 121. a diamond, 507, 521. preparing for war, 138.

Howard : ships from, ready to join with the Charles, Lord, afterwards Earl of Queen's army, 176.

Nottingham, Lord High Aliral English and Scotch regiments in, 188,

of England, 92, 167, 168, 295, 504. 482.

- , letter of condolence to Cecil, ships for Lord Esser's expedition,

39. 228, 245, 248, 264, 267.

--- other letters from, 59, 72, 98, admiral of, returns with his

250, 291, 306, 317, 370, 425, 448. ships without taking leare, 461,

- letters tu, 173, 180, 205, 275, 462, 463.

292, 355, 379, 393, 398-401, 427, trade of the Hanse towns with, 272.

438, 525. stopping of a fleet from, 313.

- instructions from, for a royage Hollanders with corn at Newcastle, 296.

to Barbary, 82. Holliday, Mr., alderman of London, 51.

- and the Spanish hostages, 112.

-- his tenth of prizes, 81, 82, 220. Hollis (Holles, Holch), Sir John, terants

--- certain prize salt, 238. of, in Clemeni's Inn, 265.

- a debt of, paid out of his first a "lend saucy” letier to the Lord

tenth by reprisal, 251. Treasurer from, 270.

-- his daughter's case, 362. his apology, 488.

Lady Katharine, letter to, 406. Ilollock (Hol!ox, Holloc), Count, move

Lord Thomas, 306, 346, 349, 369, ments of, 1, 27.

371, 373, 471, 479, 482. at the battle of Turnhout, 25, 29, 31,

-- letters from, 283, 329, 336, 376, 32, 46, 47.

450, 454, 461, 462, 472, 533. Hollywater of the Court, 362.

--- a debt of, 283. Holstein (Holst, Holse), dolphus, Duke

- iniuute signed by, 291. of, licence to export cloth, 82.

— with his ships at the North marriage connexions of daughter of,

Cape, 319, 326. 114.

– return to Plymouth, 36). let:er to, 150.

-- with Essex at Pontalgado, 410. ordnance and falcons for, 150.

Sir William, 477, 484. Holt, the Jesuit, 87.

Howland, Giles, 22. his influence in the Court of Flanders,

Hubberd : &c., 363, 364.

Edmund, 484.
IIolt forest, 385.

Henry, 484.
Holyrood House, letter dated at, 523. Hudson, James, letter from, 523.
Home, Sir George, of Wedderburne, a Hue and Cry, the bi 1 for, 482.

Scotch Commissioner for settliny Huet, John, letter from, 411.
Border causes, 268, 271, 274, 275.

Huffer, Edward, 50.
Ilongers ducats, 504.
Honiton, 168, 205, 350, 445, 461.

Hugh, butler to Mistress Fortescue, 138. Honywood, Robert, 537.

Huguenots. See France. Hopiton, a priest, 95.

Hulcappe, Jacob, a keeper of Shotorer Horde, Captain Thomas, letter from, 143. Forest, 174. Horne :

Hull (Kingston-upon. Hull), town of, ask John, 50.

for aid against the Dunkirkers, 95. Thomas, joins a rising in Oxford Mayor and Aldermen of, letiec from, shire, 50.

203. Horrolds Park, letter dated at, 369.

question of the quays or staiths a', Horseman, Abraham and Paul, 546,

203. Hories, mention of, 135.

means for capture of Jesuits at, 30. export of, 35, 181.

burgesses for, on a Parliamentary Horsey:

committee, 484.
-434.

Hulst in Brabant, 23, 71.
Jerome, 477.

the matter of, 44.
Sir P.alpa, letter to, 434.

loss of ordnance at, 147. Horsbeo, Rodrigo de, 83.

Duke of. See Holstein.

93.

Humber, the, Jesuits in the neighbour-| Indian fileet : hood of, 300.

for Spain, 390. Humphrey, Thomas, petition of, 415.

instructions for capture of, 433. Hundredth penny, the, in solliers' pay, how it was missed, &c., 439, 410,

443. Hungary, 116, 194, 195, 208, 548.

Indies, the : a voyage to, 40.

treasure from, 56. wars in, 73.

Sir F. Drake's voyage to, mentioned, a French gentleman from the wars

58. in, 201.

Indies hides, 428. news from, 423.

Indigo, prize, 473, 483. the Turks in, 463.

Infanta, the. See Spain. Hungerford :

Informers from Antwerp and Brussels sent
John, a charge against, 174.

over, 116.
Lady, in exile, applies to Sir R. Cecil, Inglebye, Inglebee :
262.

David, a notorious recusant in the
Anthony, 262.

north, 105, 106. Hunsdon, George, Lord, lord chamberlain, William, Esq., 412, 414. 339, 507.

Inglewood on the Scottish Borders, 547. servants of, &c., in the Strand, 295. Inglis, one, a Scot, a minister in the

letters from, 385, 450, 469(2), 533. Blackfriar3, 353, 354. Hunt:

Ingolsby, Thomas, 50.
Francis, 481.

Ingram, Thomas, bailiff of Colchester,
William, letter from, 467.

letters from, 299, 332, 354. Huntar, William, 389, 390(2).

Inventions, 22.
Huntingdon :

Iphicrates, a saying of, quoted, 270.
Countess of, or Lady, letter from, Ipswich :
117.

port officers of, 3.
- a woman bred under, 268.

searcher of, difficulties of, ia d'sGeorge, Earl of, letter from, 518.

charge of his duties, 3 Huntington near Chester, letter dated at, Ireland : 503.

alarm of Spantsh attempt on, 9, 52, Huntley, Earl of, effort to retain him in

212, 445, 449. the Catholic faith, 253.

H.M, army in, ships to be sent with brother of, in the Low Countries,

grain for, 31. 253.

- soldiers sent to, from Bedford, Husborne, lease of, 334.

247. Hutchen, William, 181.

its weakness, &c., 311. Hutton :

- list of sureties of the apparel Dr. James, English ambassador to

for, 347. Denmark, 78.

- pay of soldiers, 411. Matthew, archbishop of York, 506.

H.M. auditor of, mentioned, 241. - letters from, 383, 404, 417, 435, a bishop of, with the Spanish fleet, 436, 492.

131. Huxley, George, 22.

defeace of, 480. Huyt, Mr., the house of, 184.

disbursements on account of, 368. Hyde (Hide):

distempered state of, 175.
Mrs. Lucy, question of the grant of examination of a cause in, 255.

a lease to, 42, 163, 169, 182, 279, famine in, 340.
326, 327.

a friar sent on a mission to,218
Lawrence, 477.

glass-making in, 530. Hynde, Mr., 392.

information concerning, offered, 133. Hyndley, Edward; convict in York castle, Lord Deputy of, 148. 514.

- a letter of, mentioned, 278. Hythe (Hethe), 160, 381.

- his intended journey for Lough Doyle, discussed, 311-313.

- letter to, 361. - his privilege of knighting, 362.

death of, mentioned, 449.
news from, 387, 388.
priests alleged to have been sent 10,

95.
prise wines of, grant of, 107.

rebellion in, chief causes of, referred Ibell, Roger, 50.

to, 303. Iceland, fishing off, 78.

revenue from, &c., condition of, 6. Idiaquez (Incliquez), D. Juaa St. Mar Spanish fleet supposed intended for, tin D, 260.

462, 465.

Ireland-cont.

| Jackson-cont.
transport of munition into, 382.

John, candidate for office of attorney
victuals sent into, 503.

to the Council of the North, 252.
war in, a suggested plan of campaign, Mr., 474, 477.
311-313.

Jacques, — , 218.
wars in, loss and spoil by, 282.

James (Jame), 389.
Ireland, Irland :

Mr. Dr., 431.
Thomas, of Gray's Inn, 261.

Mark, one of the commissioners of
Mr., the lawyer, 327, 339.

Portsmouth, 72.
Irish :

Sir Thomas Baskerville's servant,
bishop escaped, 204.

286.
soldiers in the Spanish fleet, 456, 487. Japan (Giapone), 234.
Irishman :

Java Major, called Sumatra, 336.
proposed as spy abroad, 2, 8, 56. Javorine, Hungary, siege of, 423.
prevents the taking of Montreuil, Jeanes, William, convicted of murder, 319.
136.

Jeekes, Thomas, 181.
Iron :

Jeffe, Mr., a merchant of Londun, 289.
export of, a new trade, customs duties, Jefford. See Engleby.

forfeiture by statute, &c., 430, 431, Jegon, Dr. J., application for deanery of
432, 436.

York, 406.
plates in a prize ship, 80.

Jenkins, Henry, 416.
Isham, Ensebye, 508.

Jenney, Edmund, collector of Ipswich, 3.
Isle of Dogs, the, a seditious play, 343. Jeoffray, Mr., at Dieppe, 172.
Islington Fields or Islington, 180, 203. Jermyn, Sir Thomas, 446, 447, 450.
Italian :

sent on by the Earl of Essex, 437.
discourses sent by Lyllé, referred to, instructions for, 439.
129.

Jerneam, Sir N., 341.
ships in Spanish service, 37.

Jeronima, captain of the Spanish prize at
Italians :

Dartmouth, 187.
in the Spanish sersice, great slaughter Jersey, 113.
of, 30,

defence of, 185, 186, 180.
difficult of acquaintance, 217.

Jesuits and seminaries, 87, 298, 300.
jealousy of the Spaniards, 399.

alleged to have hired an assassin, 178.
Italy, 478.

crucified, 234.
mercenaries raised in, 1, 71.

in Scotland, 253.
numbers of English fugitives in, 10.

an English Jesuit arrested at Rhyn-
King of Spain's footing in, 37.

berck, 484, 485.
disorders amongst the merchants of, English, in the Spanish fleet, 488.

through the action of Spain, 38, Scotch, 490.
110.

Jewel purloined from Sir R. Cecil, 356.
wars and parties in, 50.

Jewels of State pledged for a sum of
reinforcements for the Spanish army money issued out of the Receipt, 432.
from, 119, 154, 179, 494.

Jobson, John, daughters of, marriages,
states of, furnish ships for King of 534.
Spain, 187.

Joell, Mr., lis connection with Smallmau,
a letter to King of Spain's ministers in, 197.
intercepted, 201.

John of Nassau, Count, letter to Essex,
intelligence from, promised, 500.

104.
news of events, &c., in, 524, 525. John, King of Denmark, 78.
Itchingham, Mr., 310.

John, King of Sweden, death of, referred
Ivry (Yvry), taken hy the French, 192. to, 114.
Ivy, Paul, 460, 461.

Johnes, William, 181.
Ivy Bridge, letter dated at, 483.

Johnson, Johnesonn :

G., letter from, 248.
Jane, 515.

Thomas, 372.
Johnston, David, of the Reedhawe, 226.
Johnston's pledges on the Scottish side,

274.
Jokye, Nich., 162.
Jolles, Jobn, 532.

Jones, William, a servant of George Gilpin,
Ja., Sir, 248.

43.
Jackman, Mr., 477.

Jonson, John, bearer of letters from
Jackson :

Francis Dacres, 396.
Hepry, 347.

“ Josinslies,” the, 390.
J., 413.

Jowssies, Robert (Borders), 522.
John, of the Inner Temple, 162. Jubilé, the, at Amiens, 99.

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