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1509. In Rymer's collection, vol. xiii. p. 265, are printed two commissions, both dated at Knoll, 24 Sept. 1509, one addressed to Sir Gilbert Talbot, deputy of the town and marches of Calais, Sir John Digby, and Sir John Wiltshire comptroller there, knights of the king's body, to take the musters within the town and castle of Calais, and the castles of Guysnes and Hammes (Rot. Franc. 1 Hen. VIII. m. 17); the other directed to Sir William Scot and James Dyggys, directing them to take the musters at Dover of le crewe of one hundred persons, about to be sent to Calais under the conduct of Sir John Pecche, knight of the king's body. (Pat. 1 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 18 dor.) P. 10.—Full particulars of the sea fight, in which Sir Edward Howard lost his life, will be found in Mr. Howard of Corby's Memorials of the Howard family, particularly the narrative of Sir Edward Echyngham, one of the captains present. P. 30, note "..—The emperor's second ambassador here mentioned is styled in a document in Rymer, xiii. 227, lord of Berg op Zoom and of Walham, chamberlain of the emperor, and a knight of the golden fleece. On the 19th May, 1516, King Henry VIII. commissioned him to be his representative at a chapter of that order, under the title of “nostre trescher et tresamé cousin et confrere du dit ordre Jehan seigneur de Berghes.” (Ibid. p. 568.) P. 38 note.—Erase the reference to “the account of the expenses of this Embassy,” as the account belongs to Wolsey's previous Embassy in 1521. P. 45.-The change of fashion at Calais with regard to “polling of heads” had, according to Stowe, been preceded by the like change in England about a twelvemonth before : “The 8 of May, 1534, the king commanded all about his court to poll their heads, and, to give them example, he caused his own head to be polled, and from thenceforth his beard to be notted and no more shaven.” It seems most probable, however, that on both sides of the channel this important revolution was effected during the same month of May, and only eleven days later at Calais than at court ; and apparently our chronicler, by his association of it with the duke of Norfolk's embassy, fixes it to the year 1535. P. 51 note.—The word “enramplished ” is proved to be correct by a document recently printed in the 31st volume of the Archaeologia, being a contemporary narrative of the Marriage of the duke of Burgundy to the princess Margaret of York in the year 1468. It is there applied to various things, apparently in the sense of fully furnished and garnished: thus, the turrets of the gate were “enramplysshid" with minstrelsy, the cupboard with cups, the hangers of the duke's horse-harness with great ballas, and the coursers at the justs “were of a sute in cremesyn velvet, enrampleshid with great campaynes of fyne gold.” (pp. 331, 334, 335, 338.) Pp. 73, 74, 75.—At the head of these pages, for 1512, read 1513. P. 120, line 14,-The figures fallen out are, xixs, id.

Abbeville, 16
Abergavenny, see Berga-
venny
Abridges, sir J. 42, 176
Abrilton, 212
Ackett, sir J. 122
Acton, R. 179; T. 179
Adison, J. 117
Agier, William, 51
Aldercare, sir Ra. 26, 42
Alexander, N. 210
Aleyn, John, 51
Alford, mr. 38; T. 98
Alleyn, dr. 39
Allington, sir G. 177
Alwines, 213
Amiens, 113, 115, 197
Anderne abbey, 85
Antwerp, 102, 103, 166
Aparre, sir W. 21, 26, 176,
see Parre
Appleyard, mrs. 25
Aprice, D. 65 ; sir Gr. 21 ;
T. 179
Arde or Ardres, 2, 12, 13, 18,
28, 85, 87, 191, 197
Arnedell, T. 98
Arras, 36
Arundel, earl of, 41, l l 1, 175;
see Maltravers

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Arundell, sir T. 176; sir E.
3; sir J. 12, 66; mr. 38
Ascough, sir W. 42
Asheley the younger, 173
Asheton, Chr. 177
Assheton, sir J. 10, 24, 42
Aston, E. 98; sir E. 123
Atkynson, sir W. 64
Atwater, W. bp. of Lincoln,94
Atwell, J. 118
Audley, lord, 2, 11, 166, 167,
179; sir J. 11, 22, 26
Audley, lord chancellor, 167
Avery, mr. 40
Awlkinges, 212

Baker, J. 64, 133; W. 117,
139; maistress, 64
Baldewyn, sir R. 64
Banastre, 173; lady, 117, 180;
John, 180
Banner Watch, 152
Barban, mr. 40
Barclay, Alex. 83
Barentyne, sir W. 176
Barmeston, sir T. 177
Barnes, see Berners

Barnesse, Jehanne, 77
Barowe, 102, 105; see Berghes
Barrington, sir W. 32, 42
Barton, T. 117
Basset, Mary and Philippa,
188; J. ib.
Bassett, 179
de Bayes, mons. 40, 197
Bayneham, R. 117; W. 118
Baynham, sir A. 10
Baynton, sir E. 42, 169, 176
Beauford, A. 117
Beaulieu abbey, 212
Bedalle, T. 65
Bedingfield, sir E.42, 100, 174
Bekeryng, H. 51
Belknap, sir E. 10, 12, 18,
23, 78, 79
Bell castle, 33
Belle, John, 65
Bely, John, 66
Bennet, dr. 39
Benton, mrs. xxx
Berepe, mr. 40
Bergavenny, lord, 3, 13, 15
bis, 20, 89
Berghes, or Barow, lord, 6,
30, 75, 214
Berkeley, sir M. 11, 21, 32;
made lord Berkeley, ib.,
Boyse, J. 174; W. 174
Boyte Haikes, 194, 195
Brakenbery, 1 .
Brandon, sir C. 9; sir R. 12,
22; sir W. 1
Bramston moor, 14
Bray, sir Edm. 22, 32; sir
Edw. 32,177; lord, 42, 175
Breame, 173
Brest, 10
Breswoode, W. 130
Bresylle, 75, 76
Bretayne, sir W. 21
Brettowlte, J. xxxix
Brewis, mistress, 25
Brewnbridge, 32
Brewton, sir R. 10
Bridewell, palace of 80
Bridges, sir J.42, 176; R. 177
Brindelyolyn or Brindholme,
sir E. 164, 186
de Brion, 40
Britayne, 1
Broke, 51; lady 25; T. 47
Brooke, lord, 9, 12, 20; R.
117, 137
Broughton, mr. (two) 39
Browne, sir A. 26, 31, 32, 42,
44, 113, 115, 175 ; Chr.
51; sir F. 31; G. 137; sir
H. 177; J. 84, 94, 99, 137;
sir J. 177 ; sir M. 8, 15,
24; R. 117; sir Weston,
22; mistress, 25
Brudenell, Robert, 94
Bruges, 102, 189
Brwerton, mr. 40
Bryan, sir F. 23, 26, 31, 38,
44, 168, 173, 206

lord 33, 163; M. 175; sir
W. 177
Berners, lord, vi. xxxviii. 12,
20, 44, 92, 93, 94, 163,
164; lady, 92
Beurghe, mr. 40
Bigotte, mr. 39
Blakney, W. 64
Bleikbulle, J. 51
Blounte, Richard, 76
Blunt, R. 137
Blunte, 173
Blyth, bp. G. 19
Bocarde, 13
Boleyne, queen Anne, 77,
165 ; see Pembroke. Be-
headed by the hangman of
Calais, 47
sir E. 22, 42; sir
J. 42, 174; sir T. 21, 78;
sir W. 42; lady, 24; lady,
jun. 25
Bonham, J. 179
Boninges, 14
Boocker, G. 195
Booth, bp. C. 23; sir J. 4
a Borowgh, sir E. 111
Borough, lord, 175
Bosworthe hethe, 1
Botfisshe house, 117
Boughton, sir E. 173
Boulogne, 14, 40, 43, 121
Bourbon, duke of, 34, 36, 37
Bourger, J. 137
Bowes, sir R. 211
Bowker, G. 185
Boworth, 120
Bowyn, W. 51
Boys, 32

Buckemer, George, 13
Buckingham, duke of, 3, 12,
20, 50,89, 109, l l l ; duchess
of, 24
Buddis, Francis, 77
Bulbecke, lord, 175
Bulkeley, mr. 39
Bulmer, sir W. 22
Burde, J. 139
Burdett, sir J. 23
Burdon, W. 117
Buren, sir J. 172
Burford, baron of, 10, 11
Burgis, sir T. 21
Burgoyne, Margaret (of York)
duchess of, l; Philip duke
of, 4, 5, 47 ; Charles duke
of, 6, 7
Burneville, 32
Busshey, sir M. 21, 24
Butler, sir J. 47, 180; Jas.
98; sir P. 176; W. 130
Buttill, J. 65

Cade, mr. 39

Cadiz, 7

Calais, garrison and wages of
in 1500, 4; in 1533, 136;
Beauchamp tower, xxviii.
123, 125, 126, 159; Bou-
logne gate, 127, 128, 140;
Boulogne well, 160; Castle
corner, 159; Castle hill,
147, 148; Castle street,
155; the Churches, 139;
our Lady in the wall, 122,
155; St. Mary's church,
xxvii. 95, 164; the Mai-
son Dieu, 37; St. Nicholas,
xxvii. 7 ; Cowe lane, 160;
the red Crosse, 118; De-
vylyn tower, 123, 126 note,
197; Dikeland, 129, 135;
East and West houses, 149:
Exchequer, the, xxvii. 117;
Fishers' gap, 123; the
Flemish bell, 149; Friars,
the, 117, 142; the Haven,
device for repairing, 128;
the New Haven, xli ; Lan-
tern gate, xli. 123, 125,140,
153,159,161, 168; Market,
xli. 141, 143, 154, 156, 158;
Milkgate, 124, 125, 126,
140; the Noble, 117;
Northumberland tower,
160; Paradise, xxvii;
Prince's bulwark, 127;
Prince's tower, 160; Serch-
er's tower, xxvii. 123, 161 ;
Shaking tower, 124; Staple
house or inn, xxvii. 60,
117, 159, 168; Water gate,
124, 140, 150, 159
Calays, Henry, 77
Calkewell, 13
Calthorp, sir P. 24; P. 174
Calverley, J. 137; mr. 213
Camber, the, 163
Cambray, 41
Campaigne, 32
Campfer, 212
Candyshe, R. 98, 179;
younger, 179
CAMD, SOC.

the

Caninges, G. 195
Cantelowe, W. 98
Canterbury, 28, 113, 116,
169; archdeacon of, 39 ;
St. Augustine's, 193
Capel, sir G. 22, 26,42, 176;
sir H. 177
Capon, dr. 39
Carew, sir Edmond, baron of,
ll ; slain, 12; sir G. 138,
211; G. 173; sir J. 9; sir
N. 19, 22, 26, 32; P. 173,
212; sir Ri. xxxix. 6 bis,
22, 66; lady, 25
Carie, mistress, 25; R. 139
Caakis, 32
Carlisle, archdeacon of, 89
Carter, John, 120; R. 94
Cary, lady, 173
Castille, king and queen of,
5; Charles prince of, 53;
54, 69,70
Catesby, l; mr. 39
Cavendish, sir R. 12; mr. 39,
see Candyshe
Causey, the, xxix. 11, 113
Chabannes, Jaques de, 30
Chabot, 43, 45, 130
Chamberlain, sir E. 21, 32,
42; sir Ra. 24
Chamberlen, 179
Chaunfeer, earl of, 34
Charles W. his visit to Eng-
land in 1520, 28; inter-
view with king Henry at
Gravelines, 29; his peace
with Francis I. 35
Chastillon, marshal, 85, 86;
letters of, 88
Chafer, R. 117

Chauncy, sir T. 21
Chawmond, 179
Chayney, T. 137
Cheney, sir F. 8; J. 206; sir
J. 21, 23; R. 177; sir
T. 26, 33, 42; mistress,
25
Choke, J. 179
Chomley, sir R. 177
Clere, sir J. 175; sir Ro. 24;
lady, 25
Clerk, bp. John, 40, 41, 48,
113, 115; G. xli.
Clermont, mons. 14
Cleves, queen Anna of 167
et seq.
Clifford, N. 174
Clifton, John, 40
Clinton, lord, 8, 15, 42, 175
Cloth of Gold, meeting of 18
et seq.
Clufelde, T. 51
Cobham, lord, xxxviii. 10, 11,
15, 20, 42, 173; lady, 24,
174; sir G. 13, 32; sir J.
31 ; child of honour, 76
Coffen, mistress, 25; John,
26; sir W. 23
Cokeson, J. R. xli. 137
Cokke, R. 51

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Coo, Chr. 98
Cooke, mistress, 25
Coolis, 32
Corbett, sir R. 100
Cornwall, sir J. 32; sir R.
21, 31, 32, 33; sir T. 21 ;
see Burford
Cornwallis, mistress, 25; sir
T. xix
Coton, Anth. 64
Courtenay, sir W. 21, 33;
see Devonshire
Courtney, Victor, 50
Cowbridge, 191 et seq.
Cowkerk, xxxi.
Cowswade, the, 193
Crake, R. 98
Crane, R. 179
Cranmer, archbp. 167, 170,
174
Crayford, J. 174
Creke, mr. 40
Crispe, H. 174
Crofts, sir J. 10
Cromwell, mr. 118, 119, 130,
167, 128; G. 167, 173 ;
R. 175 ; sir R. 211
Crooke, R. 98
Crulle, T. 5.1
Culpeper, T. 175; Wa. xxxix.
6
Curzon, lord, 11 bis, 31, 33;
Sir R. 22
Cutt, H. 174
Cutte, sir John, 22; mr. 39
Cuttewes, or Cutturus, R.
117, 163

Dacre, lord, 3, 11, 14

Dacre of the South, lord, 20,
174
Damplip, A. 185
Damporte, N. xli
Dannett, sir J. 176; mistress,
25
Dannyt, sir G. 23
Darcy, lord, 7, 12, 20,66, 92,
93, 111 ; sir T. 122, 176;
sir G. 176; lady, 92
Darell, sir E. 3, 24; sir Ja.
3, 8, 15 ; lady, 25
Dartford, 169
Dasser, 212
Daubeney, lord, xxxviii. 2, 3,
15, 20, 42; lady, 24
Dauncy, mr. 39; sir J. 21,
176; W. 98
Dauphin, the, 17, 78
Daverne, 32
Davola, lord Lois, 189
Dawtrye, Sir F. 177
Deal, 28, 168
Deen, sir E. 32
Delafer, mons. 14
Delamarche, Robert, 36
Delaware, lord, 20
Dennes, Mr. 39
Dennis, sir T. 176
Denny, A. 175
Denys, Alice, 77; sir T.
39, 169; W. 98; sir W.
176
Denton, dr. 20, 76
Derby, earl of 10, 11, 23,
38,41, 175; countess of,24
Devereux, Anne, 77
Devonshire, earl of, 2, 20, 26,
52; cour oss of 24; lord
W.0 , 4

Dewys, T. 117
Dicher, M. 195
Digby, sir J. 3, 8, 10,214;
R. 179
Digges, T. 174
Dimock, sir Ro. 11
Docwra, sir T. xvi. 3, 6, 10,
11, 17, 18, 20
Dogans, A. 118
Dohell, sir Guy, 32
a Doltzike, sir J. 167, 172
Donne, sir Gr. 13, 23, 26, 33,
42, 176
Donstable, T. 60
Donyngton, R. xli
Dormer, sir R. 176
Dornome, 13 -
Dorset, marquess of, 6, 8, 12,
20, 26, 51, l 11, 175
Dossen, J. 139
Douglas,
170 -
Dover, 113, 122, 169, etc.
Dramer, 173
Driw, dr. 212
Drisis, T. 5.1 -
Drury, sir R. 22; R. 177 ;
W. 98; sir W. 177
Ducke, dr. 39
Dudley, baron of, 2, 10; sir
A. 203; Edm. 188; sir
J. 38, 42, 98, 100, 169,
176, 188; T. 98 ; yonge,
179
Dunkirk, 207
Duras, 32
Durlamis, 32
Dyer, A. 118
Dygges, James, 214
Dylcok, H. 64

lady Margaret,

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