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INDEX

Abbot, Archbishop of Canter-
bury, commissioner to in-
quire into Guiariaexpedition,
242.
Albert, The Archduke, 151.
Algerine Pirates, The, 222.
JMfey, Capt., 225.
Alva, 8.

Amadas, Capt. Philip, 43-46.
Amana, The, 91.
Amboise, Edict of, 8.
Anjou,Duke of,demands Eliza-
beth in marriage, 29—His
appearance, 30 — Sidney's
views about him, 30—Leaves
England, 31—His doings in
the Netherlands, 32—Heath,
32.
Ann, Queen, gets cordial from
Ralegh, 184—Ralegh's letter
to, 196—Writes to Bucking-
ham, 245.
Antwerp, Ralegh at, 32.
Apology, The, for the voyage to

Guiana, 239, 246.
Apsley, Sir Allen, 242.
Archangel, 38.
Archdukes, The, 151.
Architecture, Elizabethan, 85.
Aromberg, Count of, his deal-
ings with Cobham, 157,167—
Promises money to Cobham,
158.

Armada, The Spanish, 59-66.

Arundel, Earl of, Ralegh's pro-
mise to, 236—At Ralegh's
execution, 253, 254.

Assapana, Isle of, 228.

Azores, The, 71, 114.

Bacox, Francis, Lord, story
about Ralegh, 7—His edu-
cation, 129—Patronised by
Essex, 129—Counsel for the
prosecution at Essex's trial,
130—His character, 129, 180
—Cecil's views about, 180—
Talk with Ealegh about
piracy, 215 — Commissioner
to inquire into Guiana ex-
pedition, 242—Hisofflcial de-
claration about Ealegh, 257.

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, 129.

Barbary, 97.

Barley, Capt., 223.

Barlowe, Capt. Arthur, 44-46.

Barneveldt, John of Olden, 151.

Bath, Ralegh anxious to visit,
180.

Bazan, Alfonzo, 72, 73.

Beaumont, French Ambassa-
dor, 150, 210.

Beaumont, Countess of, 184.

Beddington Park, 150.

Belle, Capt., 218.

Berreo, Don Antonio, 89.

Berry, Capt., 200.

Bible, The, Translation of, 207,
208.

Bills, Parliamentary, for re-
straining export of ordnance,
137—For more diligent re-
sort to church on Sundays,
137.

Biron, Duke of, 132.

Blount, Sir Christopher, 115,
127, 131.

Blount, Mr., 81.

Bodley, Sir Thomas, founds a
library at Oxford, 204.

Boyle, Eichard, Earl of Cork,
22.

Bribes, Spanish, 189.

Brooke, George, his plottings,
155—His examination, 157—
His execution, 174.

Buckingham, Queen Ann's
letter to, 245.

Burhill, Doctor Robert, aids
Ralegh in his History, 205.

Burghley, Ealegh meets James
I. at, 149.

Burleigh, William Cecil, Lord,
Letter from Ralegh to, 17 —
His character, 25, 26—In-
fluence of, 32—Views about
Spanish invasion, 59—Letter
from Ralegh to, 82—Death
of, 121, 122—Jealousy of
Bacon, 127—Chooses Cam-
den to write the history of
Elizabeth's reign, 204.

Burroughs, Sir John, 75, 78.

Cabinet Council, 201.

Cabot, John, 38.

Cabot, Sebastian, 38.

Cadiz, 58, 101, 107, 109.

Caiana, 223, 225.

Calais, 64, 101.'

Camden, William, 203 —His
Jteliquts Britannica, 203 —
His Annals of England, 204.

Canaries, The, 221.

Cape Verd Islands, 223.

Carew, Lord, 245.

Carew, Sir George, 78.

Carew, Sir Nicholas, 150, 255.

Carey, Robin, account of Eliza-
beth's death, 138.

Caroli, The, 94.

Carolina, 44.

Carr, Eobert, his character, 197
—Acquires Sherborne, 198—
Made Viscount of Eochester,
198. (See Eochester.)

Casaubon, Isaac, 204.

Cathay, 37-39.

Catholics, English, Position of,
58, 59.

Catholic Plot, The, against
James, 155, 156.

Catholicism in Ireland, 14.

Cecil, Sir Eobert, Journeys Uf
Dartmouth to watch over the
itadre de Bios, 79, 81—Let-
ters from Lady Ealegh to,
88, 131, 176—Contributes to
Expedition to Guiana, 89 —
Letters from Ealegh to, 77,
107, 109, 114, 125, 174, 179,
180, 182.184, 185—His cha-
racter and views. 111, 180
— Jealousy of Essex, 111,
125—Accusations of Essex
against, 128—Speech on the
Subsidies, 134—His corres-
pondence with James I., 143,
144 — Meeting with James
I., 146 — His views about
Ealegh, 148—Ralegh's let-
ter to James about him,
150—Averse to War, 152—
His supremacy with James
I., 158 — Commissioner at
Ealegh's trial, 165 — Beha-
viour at Ralegh's trial, 170,
172—His services to Ealegh,
178. (See Salisbury.)

Champernowne, Katherine, 6.

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Chancelor, Richard, 38.

Charles V., Emperor, 188.

Chesapeake Bay, 53.

Chesnay, 240, 248.

Christchurch founded by Wol-
sey, 6.

Cobham, Lord Henry, oppo-
sition to Essex, 126—Essex's
accusations of, 128 — sus-
pected of share in the Ca-
tholic plot, 156—His dealings
with Aremberg, 167,167,168,
173—His examination, 157—
his plottmgs, 158, 167—His
connection with Ealegh, 158
— Eetracts his statements
about Ealegh, 163—Prepara-
tions for his execution, 176,
177—His intimacy with Ra-
legh, 169—He withdraws his
.. retractation, 172—His trial,
174.

Coke, Sir Anthony, 129.

Coke, Sir Edward at Ealegh's
trial, 165-172 — Draws up
views of commissioners, 243,
244 — Commissioner to en-
quire into G uiana expedition,
242.

Colonies, Spanish, 86.

Colonization, 10, 11, 41, 43.

Columbus, 38.

Commission, The, given to
Ealegh, 215, 219.

Cornwall, Lieutenancy of,
taken from Ealegh, 177.

Cortez, 86, 97.

Cotterell, 163.

Cotton, Sir Eobert, 204, 205.

Cotton, Dr. Henry, 85.

Council, Ealegh summoned be-
fore the, 243, 249.

Croaton, 55.

Cromwell, Oliver, his opinion
of the History of the World,
209.

Cumberland, Earl of, 79, 82.

Dahe, Elinor, 53.

Dartmouth, 78, 79, 80.

Davidson's Rhapsody, 210.

Del Oro, Massacre of, 19.

De Eosny Ambassador in Lon-
don, 151.

Desmarets, French Ambassa-
dor, visits the Guiana fleet,
217—His talk with Ealegh,
217.

Desmond, Earl of,rebels against
English rule, 16—His death,
20—Destruction of his power,
21.

Desmond, James, 17.

Destiny, The, 217—visited by
Desmarets, 217—Enters Ply-
mouth harbours alone, 233.

Digby advises James not to
listen to Spanish proposals
of marriage, 192—discovers
list of Englishmen in Span-
ish pay, 198 — negotiates
Spanish marriage, 213 —
gains permission for Ralegh
to go to his own house, 239.

Dorado, El, 87.

Drake, Sir Francis, his voy-
age round the world, 39, 40
—Visits the colony of Vir-
ginia, 49—Attacks Cadiz, 58
—Vice-Admiral of the Eng-
lish fleet, 60 — Captures a
Spanish Galleon, 62—After
the Armada fight, 66—His
death, 102.

Dress, 33-35.

Dublin, 13.

Dudley, see Leicester.

Durham House, 127, 154.

Dutch Eepublic, sends ambas-
sadors to James, 151.

Eliot, Sir John, on Ealegh's

death, 256.
Elizabeth at Oxford, 7—sends

money to the Huguenots, 8

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