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NOTE ON THE ABOVE POSTSCRIPT, BY SIR T. WILSON.
My Lady RAWLEY hath noe other wrytyngs but only articles of agreements what parts of the goods or treasur gotten in the viag ... shold have for furnishing or setting out their shipps : viz.
PENNINGTON £24 6s. od. of every hundred; Sir J[OHN] FERNE £12 6s. od. on every hundred; Sir WARHAM] SELLENGER £102 6d. They are ingrossed, and signed and sealed by Sir W. RAWLEY.
She saith that all other things that are mentioned in this letter were delivered to Sir G[EORGE] CALVERT, and the chests3 ar with Alderman COKAINE.
i Here occurs in MS. an omission of an intended word or two. Probably, the omitted words should read “the Adventurers.”
? No shillings are mentioned.
3 This word is conjectural. The note has been written in great haste, and in some parts is scarcely legible.
his influence with the King to prevent
the execution of Ralegh, 487. Antonio, son to the claimant of the
crown of Portugal, ii. 144. "Appesley's band,” ii. 5. Aramball, Marco, ii. 184, 185. Arenbergh, Charles, Count of, inter
course between, and Lord Cobham, i. 355 ; Cobham's application to King James to know the answer he should give to Arenbergh, 357 ; arrival in England of, 359; alleged intercourse of, with Ralegh, 395, &c. ; return of, to England, early in 1604, 485; King James' account of him, written to the Archdeacon Albert, 486; letter to Lord Cobham, ii. 445 ; letter of
Cecil to him, 459. Ark Ralegh, The, i. 83, 147. Armada, Spanish, of 1588, i. 108;
Ralegh's service against it, II. Artson, Walter, answer of Ralegh to
his complaints, ii. 416. Arwacas, or Arawacks, an Indian tribe,
in Guiana, i. 182. Ashley, Sir Anthony, serves in the ex
pedition against Cadiz, i. 208, 222,
229 ; notice of, ii. 133.
Act for Sowing Hemp, Ralegh's remarks
on the, i. 272. Act for Tillage, Ralegh's remarks on
the, i. 272.
Crown, i. 283.
search of El Dorado,' i. 167, 168. Alfinger, Ambrose von, Expedition of,
in search of 'El Dorado,' i. 165. Allen, Sir Francis, i. 119. Allen, William, Cardinal, on the Suc
cession of the Crown, i. 281. Alley, Peter, Captain, i. 612. Aloblaster, Mr., a merchant, Ralegh's
dealings with, ii. 305. Amadas, Philip, takes possession of
Roanoke under Ralegh's Charter of
Governor of Virginia, 87.
Macareo'), in Guiana, i. 185.
missioner for the trial of Ralegh,
i. 386. Anjou, Duke of, i. 43, 60. Anne of Denmark, intercession of, for
Ralegh's pardon, i. 492; her request that Ralegh would prepare an elixir for Prince Henry, 511 ; Ralegh's letter to her, containing proposals for the colonization of Virginia, ii. 333 ; another, containing proposals for an expedition to Guiana, 335; letter of the Queen to Villiers, entreating
Babington, Anthony, and his Conspi
racy, i. 68; seeks to purchase Ralegh's intercession with the Queen, 69 ; his estates granted to Ralegh, 70.
Bacol, Francis, l'iscount St. Albans,
vice of, to Esstex, as to places of command, and as to Secretary Cecil, i. 225 ; Ralegh's reply to, in a debate about taxation, 270; alleged conversition of, with Raleghi, on
the elleet of his commission of Admiralty for the Guiana Expedition of 1017, 589; and Rileyli's alleged brivido about a attlck on the Spanish Pilte fleet, 501 ; his advice io Bing limes about Kalegli's exécultien, 089; conversation with the Queen respecting the Earl of Essex,
ii. 215. Bagnoll, Captain, wounded at Cadiz,
159), i. 154. Ipot, Inthony, on the relation be
the Clizabeth and Lord Ensex in
1557, i. 12. Bulexi Capcain John, deserts the
Guiana Epition at Lancerota, i. 00), ii. 345; his arrival in England, and printedings there, i. 612; is examined before the Privy Council, and protected by the intervention of
the Spani-ku Imbassador, (14. Bufour, Michael, Lord Balfour of Bur
Ter; i. 325. Bancroft, Richaril, Archbishop of Can
terburr, writes to tecil concerning
Creil on the subject, in.
and lenenge to the Lords of Coun
cil respecting, ii. 30. Barima, Point, i. 017. Burhley; Evluaril, Keport of the 1581
cunjign of Cork, ij. 6, 14. Barion, drillr, takes possession of Romok ll'a
2. Raleghis charter of 1554. i. Si. Barrucas, St. Raphael of, i. 185. Burry, Davil, proceedings of, ii. 9. Birry, Laily, ii. 15. Barry, Lori, letter of Ralegh in his
fuour, ii. Sis. Barry, Rove, his share in the Rebel.
lio, ii. 15. Barry's, of Parrys' Court, note on, ii. 88. Burier, Nathaniel, enters into bond
to Rilegh in relation to an
prise in Munster, i. 103. Basiny House, in baits, Ralegh's
visit to, in attendance on the Queen,
i. 277 ; ii. 229. Bath, William, Earl of, see Bourchier. Bathurst, Robert, becomes a partner
with Kalegh in the enterprise for exportation of pipestaves from Jun
ster, i. 101. Bayonne, capture of a ship belonging
to, ii. 55, 50. Beauchamp, Lord, Deputy Vice- Ad
miral of Cornwall, i. 67.
Count of, see Harlay.
i. 364; Ralegh's plantations
and afterwards Bishop of Hereford,
i. 464. Benson, Mr., ii. 455-458. Berreo, Antonio de, life and charter
of, i. 169 ; origin of his Guiana Ex. peditions, ill. ; his voyage on the Orinoco, 170 ; his conversation with Ralegh, 171, 174 : his imprisonment of Captain Whiddon, 172 ; and its punishment by Raleyli, 173; sends his Lieutenant into Spain, 175 ; re
sults of the mission, 176. Berry, Leonard, is sent by Ralegh to
Guiana, in 1506, as Commander of a
third English Expedition, i. 198. Bethune, Maximilien de, Duke of Sully,
conversation with Henry IV. about
Duke de Biron, ii. 231.
of England, appeal against him by
against the plotters of 1603, 351. Blanshill, Robert, ii. 240. Blount, Charles, Earl of Devonshire,
i. 119; his opinion on the Spanish invasion of Ireland in 1601, 320 ; sits as a Commissioner for the trial of Raleghi, 386 ; letters of, ii. 180, 186,
188. Blount, Sir Christopher, serves as a
volunteer in the expedition against Cadiz, i. 208 ; account of his share in the spoils of Cadiz, 223 ; excites dissension between Essex and Ralegh
during the Islands Voyage of 1597, 240 ; attempts to assassinate Ralegh on the Thames, 257 ; at the time of his expedition, solicits and receives
Ralegh's forgiveness, 258. Borough, see Burgh. Bothwell, Francis, Earl of, see Stuart. Bourchier, William, Earl of Bath,
jealousies between Earl of Bath and Ralegh as to the special jurisdiction of the Stannaries, i. 276; Ralegh confers with him respecting defence
of the country, ii. 36. Bowden, of Plymouth, ii. 182, 184
186. Bowser, Sir George, ii. 14. Boyle, Richard, Earl of Cork, com
pletes Ralegh's castle at Lismore, i. 97 ; purchases Ralegh's estates in Munster, 106; Ralegh's intervention in July 1617, whilst detained at Cork, in a suit between Boyle and
H. Pine, 601, ii. 493. Brandon, Frances, Duchess of Suffolk,
see Grey. Brest, proceedings of the Spaniards at, Brett, Sir Alexander, i. 203, 312, 468. Brett, Mr., recommended by Lady Ra
legh to Sir R. Cecil, ii. 400. Breviary of the History of England
under William the First, i. 513. Brigance, Mr. ii. 210. Britendona, ii. 184. Brittany, intended expedition to, ii.
96. Brocheron, Diego, ii. 184, 190, 244. Brocheron y Orosa, Fernando, ii. 184. Broke, Sir William, ii. 178. Brooke, Frances, Countess Dowager of
Kildare, i. 307, 309, 311. Brooke, George, i. 343 ; brings about
a meeting between Grey and Sir Griffin Markham, 348 ; is employed by Markham to procure a passport for Lord Cobham, 352; alleges a plot to have been formed by Ralegh for seizing the King's fleet, 353 ; conversations between him and Watson on the designs of Cobham and Ralegh, ib. ; execution of, 441, ii. 451, 455-458, 462–468; letter to
Cecil, 448. Brooke, Henry, Lord Cobham, obtains
the Wardenship of the Cinque Ports, i. 225; accused by Essex of a design to kill him, 255 ; goes to Ostend in company with Ralegh, 317; they visit® Lord Grey in the camp of
the English contingent, as bearers of a message from Cecil, 317; confers with Duke of Lennox, 326 ; Henry Howard's account of his aim and motives, ib.; Joint Stock adventure of, with Ralegh and Cecil, in privateering, 333 ; conference between Watson and George Brooke about the alleged de. signs of Ralegh and Cobham, 352354 ; his project in favour of Arabella Stuart, 354 ; and interview with the Count of Arenbergh, 355 ; conference between him and Ralegh, and Sir William Waad's report about them, 359;
meets the King on his entering into England, 362 ; the King's reception at Burghley of a message about him, 362 ; a letter written by Ralegh to Cecil is shown to him, and with what result, 369, 397 ; his examinations and interrogatories, 371, 372, 376, 378, 379, 382 ; conversation be tween him and Sir John Peyton the younger, 373; intercourse with La Fontaine, 378; retracts his charge against Ralegh, and confesses its fal. sity, 380 ; examinations of, 394, 395, 402, 405; Ralegh's account of his character, 397 ; and of the reason of his frequent meetings with him in the spring of 1603, 401 ; his story about the book .against the King's title,' alleged umbrage given him by Ralegh, 422 ; retractation and repetition of his charge against Ra. legh, 431, 434, 435; intercourse between Cobham and Ralegh in the Tower, 430 ; his story as to a plot for the landing of Spaniards at Milford Haven, 439; behaviour in the mock-execution scene at Winchester, 452; asserts on the scaffold the truth of his charge against Ralegh, 453 ; his speech after the reprieve, 454 ; his letter to the King, ib. ; letter of Ralegh to, 1600, ii. 206 ; journey into Cornwall, 226; Ralegh's letters to him, 227, 234, 249; Ralegh's answer to his accusations, 271, 274, 283; letter of Cobham to Sir R. Cecil, on the arrival of Ralegh at Sandwich, &c. 425; Lord H. Howard's letter to Cecil respecting him, 436; letter to Sir R. Cecil, correspondence with Count D'Arenbergh, 446 ; and with Cecil, giving thanks for the promotion of his suit to go abroad, 447 ; to the same, concerning the Lady Arabella Stuart, 449 ; letter