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commission with Essex, as general- Thomas Howard sails, with Grenville in-chief, 202 ; advises an attack on as his Vice-Admiral, 144; results of the town of Cadiz before attacking the expedition, 146; serves as Vicethe Spanish fleet, 210 ; but on the Admiral in the expedition, or Islands” urgent protest and entreaty of Ralegh Voyage, of 1597, 233; interposes to consents to a change of plan, 211; heal the breach between Essex and his summary of the results of the
Ralegh about the capture of Fayal, expedition, 219 ; quarrels with Essex, 242; sits as a commissioner for the 249 ; Ralegh interposes to heal the trial of Ralegh, 386; notice of, ii. 217. breach, 250 ; allegation by Henry Howard, Thomas, Lord Howard of Howard that Lord Nottingham had Bindon, intervention of, in the law. expressed a wish, in 1602, that he suits between Ralegh and John had a commission to carry artillery Meere, his bailiff of Sherborne, i against Ralegh's house, 311; has a 471; ii. 250. grant of the Wine Licensing Patent, Humboldt, Alexander von, researches 458; claims the outstanding ar- of, in Guiana, i. 168, 183, 190. rears, 459; Ralegh thanks him for Hurault de Maisse, conversation of, his interposition with the Queen, ü. with Queen Elizabeth, i. 330, note. 53 ; letter to him respecting the Hutten, Philip von, Expedition of, in capture of a ship of Bayonne, 55; search of 'El Dorado,' i. 166. letter on the victory at Cadiz, 134, 139, 146-156; letter to the Earl of
I. Essex, 1597, 180; letter to the Lords of the Council, 1597, 186; to the Ireland, colonial and industrial entersame, 188.
prises of Ralegh in, i. 94 ; planting Howard, Frances, see Brooke.
of the potato in, 106 ; government Howard, Henry, Earl of Northampton, of, by the Earl of Essex, 253 ; his
secret correspondence of, with James views of English policy in relation to I., i. 265; his account of the confer. that country, 254, 320 ; and about ences between Lennox, Ralegh, and the killing of Irish rebels, 321 ; inCobham, 326; character of the man and vasion of, by the Spaniards, in Sept. his writings, 328; the minutes of his 1601, 319; Ralegh's complaint that secret letters to Cecil preserved in his it was not a Commonwealth, but a Common-place Book, 329 ; conflict Common-woe, ü: 18; progress of of opinions between him and Cecil the war in, 78; invasion of, by the on the toleration of Roman Catholic Spaniards, 243, 245. worship, 341; aphorism of, on the Irish insurrections, Ralegh on the supart of juggling, 382 ; sits as a com- pression of, ii. 2. missioner for the trial of Ralegh, Islands' Voyage of 1597, i. 230, 233 ; 386; account by, of the examination ii. 171, 174, 177. of Cobham about the book "against Iwana, or Tortola, Island of, i. 185. the King's title,' alleged to have been given him by Ralegh, 422 ; succeeds
J. Cobham in wardenship of Cinque Ports, 458 ; letter to Sir R. Cecil, on James I., King of England, Secret the means of injuring Ralegh and Correspondence of, with Cecil and Cobham, ii. 436.
Henry Howard, i. 265; notice Howard, Lady, of Effingham, wife of of Blackstone's assertion of the ex.
the Lord High Admiral, on the haustiveness of James' title to the
partition of the spoils of Cadiz, i. 222. English crown, 279 ; Romanist maHoward, Thomas, Earl of Arundel, &c. nifesto thereon, 283 ; tract on that
conversation with Ralegh on the subject, of which a copy was made for scaffold, i. 703 ; ii. 356.
Ralegh, 290; despoils Arabella Stuart Howard, Thomas, Earl of Suffolk, of her paternal lands, 288 ; proofs,
shares with Ralegh in certain priva- in the Secret Correspondence, that teering enterprises, i. 116; joined in his mind was poisoned against Ralegh commission with Ralegh, in 1591, for by Howard rather than by Cecil
. an attack on the Spanish fleet, 143 ; 304; opinion and promises on the Ralegh is superseded, and Lord toleration of Roman Catholic wore
ship, 341; interviews between the under Ralegh in the fortifications of
the rack, 423 ; his letter to Lord
conveyance, ib. ; imprisoned in the
639 ; writes to Lord Arundel, ib. ;
Killigrew, William, brings a message
to Ralegh from Queen Elizabeth, i.
Flying Chudleigh, quotation from his with Ralegh and Robert Cecil in the
Kinsale, Ralegh's opinion of the causes
alleged to have been rendered by 1601, i. 319.
i, 253, 292 ; notice of, ii. 229.
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intrigues with Spain of, i. 319:
letter of Ralegh respecting him, ii.
as an agent between Lord Cobham
to the Queen on the treatment of, i.
grants to Ralegh a lease of the castle
and manor of Lismore, i. 96; ii. 124,
MacThomas, John, see Fitzgerald.
Macareo River, a branch of the oceanic
Richard the Second, i. 294.
Ralegh), i. 185; Ralegh returns to
Trinidad by this branch, 194.
reinforce the colony of Virginia, i.
91 ; ii. 423
captured by Ralegh's ship. The
Roebuck, commanded by Sir John
Borough, i. 149 ; proceedings and
discussion relating to the partition of
her spoils, 151-158; ii. 59-73.
gives news of the Spanish fleet,
Manamo River, or “River of the Red
Cross' ('Brazo Macareo'), i. 184,
Mannering, a French surgeon, see
Manners, Roger, Earl of Rutland,
serves as volunteer in the Islands'
Voyage of 1597, i. 233:
Manoa, legends of the city of,
named by Martinez the capital of
* El Dorado,' i. 178; ii. 10).
Manourie, Guillaume, a French sur
geon, is employed as a spy on
Ralegh, in the journey from Ply.
mouth, i. 656; his account of their
conversations, 657-665; his reward,
673 ; Ralegh's dying assertion of the
falsehood of his allegations against
him, 701; ii. 495.
Maree, René, Lord of Montbariot, com-
mission to, for the conquest and
planting of Guiana, i. 596.
Markham, Charles, plot of, for surprising
the Court, &c. ii. 453.
Markham, Sir Griffin, i. 343; career
and character of, 344; the conference
at Beskwood Park between him and
two of his brothers, in June 1603
ib.; his conference with Lord Grey
the mock-execution scene at Wis-
Montgomery, Gabriel de, Count, i. 26,
Jersey, Ralegh's visit to, i. 263 ; ii.
ii. 3, 78, 198, 243, 319; colonial and
Nassau, Lewis, Count of, i. 26; serves
a volunteer in the expedition
dispute between Ralegh and Lord
examination of Ralegh, ii. 366.
General of the, with the English, in
of a trade between Jersey and, i. 263 ;
fleet, ii. 95.
service under, in the Netherlands, i.
33 ; ii. 194.
Gilbert's discourse a, i. 77 ;
exile, 460; particulars of his plot
confession of, ii. 452.
with Ralegh in the enterprise for ex-
made by, at S. Juan de Puerto Rico,
* El Dorado,' i. 178.
lays claim to the possession of
Durham House, ii. 263.
1596, ii. 154.
substitute mercantile bills for the sum
burned, i. 218; ii. 145.
Ralegh, i. 470 ; ii. 227, 236, 237,
to attack the, i. 591, 643, 678, 679.
of Cadiz, i. 223, 294 ; excites dis-
terview between Queen Elizabeth and
the Duke de Biron by, ii. 232.
answer to their complaint, ii. 46.
Ralegh's plot for the landing of
retreat after the battle of, i, 26.
Ralegh's capture of Fayal, i. 242 ;
bour, ii. 141.
execution, in Oct. 1618, of the Win-
chester verdict of Nov. 1603, 691.
into Guiana of fugitive adherents of,
O'Dodall has a band of soldiers in
Youghal, ii. 49.
literary help rendered to Ralegh in
the History of the World, i. 543 ; Parliamentary career of Ralegh, i. 268.
Pelham, Herbert, becomes lessee of
Pennington, Captain John, delay of his
America, first exploration of, i. 166. i. 600; Lady Ralegh supplies him
his arrival at Kinsale, 649; and im-
lars of his proceedings in the Guiana
river, i. 183, 185, 186 ; ii. 422. Penycuik, Walter, i. 359; ü. 450.
correspondence with King James
capture of the library of, after the crown, i. 310; Howard's assertion
that he dealt with King James to
in July 1600, i. 317; and their con- notice of, ii. 219; Ralegh's allusion
certified of the Earl's disposition to-
the proceedings of, with respect to Perez, Antonio, ii. 144.
Perez, Captain, ii. 190.
Perez de Quesada, Hernan, expedition
Perison, Robert, ii. 240.
Perrot, Sir Thomas, affray between
Ralegh and, i. 50.
Peyton, Sir John, takes custody of
Ralegh, in July 1603, as Lieutenant
of Trinidad and Guiana, i. 619, 620 ; Governor of Jersey in Ralegh's
Philip II., King of Spain, remarks of,
against the Spanish settlement at, Cadiz, i. 225.
up the prosecution of Ralegh, i. 428.
tween, and William Watson, about Ralegh in the enterprise for exporta-
arising, 102, ii. 493 ; Ralegh's in-
tervention in a suit between him and
Lord Boyle (afterwards Earl of Cork),