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Name Index

to

Raleigh

(English Worthies Series)

by

Edmund Gosse, M.A.

New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1, 3 & 5 Bond Street (1886) illus, 276pp.

Prepared by Michael Steer

This book is a well-written biography of one of Devon's most famous sons, Sir Walter Raleigh (1552-1618), who was born at the farmhouse of Hayes Barton near the head of Budleigh Salterton Bay, between Exmouth and Sidmouth. A useful summary of his life is presented at http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/raleghbio.htm. A print copy of Gosse's (1886) book is held at the University of Toronto Library and was produced from a digital copy that can be downloaded from https://archive.org/details/raleighg00gossuoft
Microsoft (MSN) has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. These books, on which copyright has expired, are available for free educational and research use, both as individual books and as full collections to aid researchers.

CONTENTS

 

I. YOUTH 1
II. AT COURT 17
III. IN DISGRACE 40
IV. GUIANA 65
V. CADIZ 88
VI. LAST DAYS OF ELIZABETH 111
VII. THE TRIAL AT WINCHESTER 132
VIII.    IN THE TOWER 161
IX. THE SECOND VOYAGE TO GUIANA    189
X. THE END 204
  INDEX 225

INDEX

(Note: Read Raleigh for R)

Adricomius, 179
Albert, Aremberg, the Envoy of Archduke, 136
Alencon's contrast to R. at Court, 18 ; pageant at Antwerp for, 18
Algarve, Bishop of, library captured by Essex and nucleus of Bodleian, 101
Algerine corsairs, 193 ; sack Lanzarote, 194
Allen, Sir Francis, 42
America, its debt to Sir H. Gilbert, 25; Gilbert's last expedition to, 27 ; R. renews
      Gilbert's charter, 28; R.'s costly expeditions to, 29, 37
Amidas, a captain in R.'s
American fleet, 28 ; discovers Virginia, 29
Amurath, King of Turbay, 185
Anderson, one of R.'s Winchester judges, 146
Angel Gabriel,' capture of ship, 40
Annale by Camden, 3
Anne of Denmark. See Queen
Annesley, R. takes up his command, 19
Antonio of Portugal, 41
Apology for the Voyage to Guiana by R., 193, 208-10
Apothegms, Bacon's, 113
Apsley, Sir Allen, Lieutenant of Tower, 211 ; relieved of R.'s custody, 211
Aremberg, Count, plotter in Durham House, 134 ; ambassador of Archduke Albert,
      136 ; relations with Cobham, 137, 155 ; communications with R., 148
      James, accepts his protestations, 155
Ark Raleigh fitted for Gilbert's expedition by R., 27 ; purchased by Elizabeth, 54
Ark Royal,' Lord Howard's ship, 93
Armada, account of, 37-39; Lynn contributes to resistance of, 38 ; R.'s advice for
      boarding ships, 39 ; R. and Drake receive prisoners from, 39
Armadillo in Guiana, 74, 80
Artson, R. captures sack from one, 41
Arundel, Earl of.Keymis writes to, 201 ; at R.'s execution as a friend, 218 ; R. appeals
      to him in justification, 220; death of, 223
Ashley, Mrs. Catherine, R.'s aunt, 19
Ashley, Sir Anthony, notifies Cadiz victory, 100
Assapana Islands, 80
Astrophel, Elegy by R. in, 34
d'Aubigne, Histoire Universelle by, 177
Aubrey at Oxford with R., 3
Awbeg, river in Munster, sung by Spenser, 44
Azores, piratical expedition to, 33 ; Peter Strozsi lost at, 39 ;R.'s Report of the Fight in
      the, ib. Revenge and Armada fight off, 61 ;' Madre de Dio captured
      off, 60; second plate-ship expedition off, 107 ; capture of its towns
      arranged, ib.} R. takes Fayal, 108; Essex attacks San Miguel, 109
Bacon, Anthony, 42, 56
Bacon, Lord Francis, with R. at Oxford, 3; praise of Grenville's fight, 51 ; issues his
      Essays, 85 ; his Apothegms, 113; his cousins the Cookes, 90; asked if
      R.'s Guiana commission is equivalent to pardon, 191 ; if R. fails in
      Guiana asks what is his alternative? ib. ; R. reveals his desire for Mexican
      plate fleet to, ib., tells R. he must prepare to die, 213 ; asked by R.
      to protect his fame, 213 ;  , death of, 223
Bailey, John, commands ' Husband in Guiana fleet, 194 ; prevented from seizing
      French ship, 195 ; deserts R.'s expedition, 196 ; returns and charges R.
      with, piracy, 196, 201 ; in pay of Gondomar, 196; imprisoned and
      story discredited, , 204; released with reprimand, 205
Balligara, R.'s share in, 194
Barlow, a captain in R.'s American fleet, 28 ; discovers Virginia.
Barlow's reference to R., 7
Barry Court, Geraldine stronghold, 13 ; source of quarrel between R. and Ormond, 14 Barlow's
      reference to R., 7
Barry Court, Geraldine stronghold,13 ; source of quarrelbetween R. and Ormond, 14 ;
      R. offers to rebuild, 16
Barry, David, Irish malcontent, 13
Barry, Lord, defeat at Cleve by R., 15
Basing House, Marquis of Winchester's, 122 ; Queen Elizabeth and French envovs at,
      123
Bath, R. visits, 63, 115, 122, 127
Bear Gardens, R. takes French envoys to, 122
Beauchamp, Lord, R.'s deputy in Cornwall, 32
Beaumont's story of R. and King James. 133
Beaumont, Countess of, 167
Becanus, Goropius, 178
Beddingfield Park, seat of Sir F. Carew, 135 ; King James and R. entertained at, ib.
Beddington, Lady R. sells land at, 189 ; burial asked for R. at, 215
Bedford, Earl of, R. succeeds him in Stannaries, 32
Beeston, Sir Hugh, and R.'s execution, 214
Benevolence tax, 184
Berreo, Antonio de, Spanish Governor of Trinidad, describes Guiana, 66 ; his cruelty,
      68 ; captured by R. at St. Joseph, ib. ; attempts to lure R., ib. ;
      submission to R., 68-69; founded Guayana Vieja, 73
Berrie, Captain Leonard, makes voyage to Guiana for R., 102 Seville, Sir R., inquires
      into Sir R. Grenville's death, 51
Bideford, Grenville's Virginian expedition stopped at, 37;R. offers to rebuild, 16 R.
      sends ships to Virginia from, ib.
Bindon, Lord. See Howard
Biron, Due de, special French Ambassador, 122-123; disgrace, 127
Blount, Sir Christopher. R.'s keeper at Dartmouth, 61 ; to make joint attack on San
      Miguel, 107 ; excites Essex against R., 109 ; tries to kill R., 120 ;
      pardoned by R. before execution, ib.
Bodleian Library, Bishop of Algarve's books captured by Earl of Essex contained in,
      101
Bonaventure, ship, 105
Boyle, Richard, afterwards Earl of Cork, buys R.'s Irish estates, 129; lends R. 100L.,
      194 ; R. announces his arrival at Kinsale to, 203
Brett, Sir Alex., trustee of Sherborne, 164
Breviary of the History of England by R., 182-3
Broad-cloths, R.'s licence to export woollen, 29, 30
Broad Street, R. resides in, 188, 208
Brooke, George, conspires for Arabella Stuart, 102, 142; concerned in Watson's plot,
      136 ; relationship to Cobham and Cecil, ib, ; arrest, 136; execution,
      158
Brooke, Henry, brother to Lady Cecil. See Cobham, 102
Brushfield, Dr., R.'s bibliography, vi. ; researches, 2, 16
Bryskett, Lodovick, in Munster, 0 ; Thestylis of Spenser, 45
Burghley, R. corresponds with, 8,9 ; his moderate Irish policy, 22 ; joint author of The
      Opinion of Mr. Pawley, 22 ; assails R.'s broad-doth patent 30; references
      to, 31, 84; sends R. to Dartmouth to save prizes, 61
Burrow, Sir John, commands Indian Carrack venture, 54 ; successful attack of plateships, 59-60
Burwick, John, master of ' Destiny,' 194
Byron's Conspiracy by Chapman, 123
Cabinat Council by R., 185; published by Milton, ib.
Cadiz expedition, 87, 88-102 ; forced on by Lord Howard, 88 ; Queen Elizabeth
      reluctantly permits, ib. ; Essex, Howard, and R. to consider,89 ; Dutch
      to co-operate, ib. ; R. to raise levies for, ib. ; recruiting for, 90;
       , strength of English and Dutch fleets, 91 ; R.'s Relation of the Action,
      92 ; details of destruction of Spanish fleet, 92-98 ; the town sacked,
      99-100; R. wounded in the leg, 98 ; fleet of carracks escape but
      burnt by Spaniards, 99 ; Queen Elizabeth claims the prize money,
      101; the victory popular in England, 102
Caesar, Sir Julius, notes of R.'s second trial, 213
Caiama Island, 74
Camden with R. at Oxford, 3 ; his AnnaJes, 3 ; recommends Jonson to R., 175; friend
      of Samuel Daniel, 183 ; his death, 223
Camden Mixcellany, account of R.'s second trial in, 213
Canary Islands, R.'s Guiana fleet off, 195 ; exposed to Algerine corsairs, 195,
      Lanzarote sacked, 196 ; R. visits Gomera, 197
Cape Verde Islands, R.'s Guiana fleet off, 198; R. lands at Brava, 199
Capuri river, 80
Caracas plundered and burnt,81
Carews, connections of R., 1
Carew, Sir Francis, R.'s uncle, 135 ; entertains King James and R., ib.
Carew, Sir George, at Lismore, 44 ; keeper of R. at Tower, 58 ; at Cadiz in Mary
      Rose, 95 : and Cormac MacDermod, 129
Carew, Sir Nicholas, and R.'s burial, 215
Carew, Sir Randolph, and friends witness R.'s execution, 218
Carkton, Dudley, at R.'s trial, 153
Caroni, river, 74
Carr, Earl of Somerset, and Sherborne, 171,172, 187
Cashel, Magrath Archbishop of, 34
Castle Bally-in-Harsh, its capture, 15
Cayenne, R. off river, 199, 200
Cecil, Sir Robert, and R.'s marriage, 54, 63 ; R.'s letter of devotion for Queen sent to,
      57 ; fails to control Devon sailors, 61 inquires into pillage of 'Madre
      de Dios,' 62; barters with R., 64 ; promises ship for Guiana
      expedition, 67 ; R. asks how result of Guiana voyage is viewed, 82; R.
      sends MS. account and presents from Guiana, 83 ; Discovery of
      Guiana dedicated to, 84 ; supports proposed attack on Cadiz, 88 ;
      informed by R. of victory at Cadiz, 100 death of his wife and R.'s
      sympathy, 102 ; R.'s intimacy with his family, ib.; obtains R.'s return
      to Court, 103 ; told of R.'s goodwill to Essex, 106; thwarts R. in being
      sworn of P. Council, 112; doubtful support of Guiana voyage, 113-4;
      son and young" Walter R. playmates, 114 ; at Sherborne, 116; accused
      by Essex, 118 ; advised by R. to show Essex no mercy, 118-9 ;
      decline of friendship with R., 125 ; invited to Bath by R.,127; R.
      complains of Lord Bindon to, ib. ; craftiness towards R., 129 ; created
      a peer by King James, 133 ; estranged from the Brookes, 135,
      describes R.'s attempted suicide, 138; aids R. with Sherborne estate,
      144 ; sits on R 's trial, 146, 157 ; influence sought to save R., 158 ;
      created Lord Cranborne, 164 ; and Earl of Salisbury, 166; R. writes of
      his condition to, ib. ; references to, 167, 170, 173,186; his death and
      epigram on, 173
Cecil, William. See Salisbury
Champernowne, Captain Arthur, in Azores, 108
Champernowne, Gavan, hia career, 4
Champernowne, Henry, R.'s cousin, 4; his Huguenot contingent, 4
Champernowne, Sir Philip, 1
Champernownes, connections of R., 1
Chapman, George, his epic poem on Guiana, 86; his Byron's Conspiracy, 123
Chatham, R. raising- sailors at, 54
Cross, Captain, and plate ship prize, 62
Crosse, Sir Eobert, with R. meets King James, 132
Cucuina, river, R. ascends, 71
Cumana, Venezuela, spared by ransom and subsequently burnt by R.'s ships, 81
Cynthia, E.'s supposed lost poem, 45-46: fragments printed from Hatfield MS., 46;
      style and importance, 46-47 ; called The Ocean to, 46 ; and The
      Ocean's Love to, ib. ; treated of in Athenaeum, 1886, ib. ; publication
      urged by Spenser, 49
Dangers of a Spanish Faction in Scotland, by R., 124
Daniel, Samuel, and R , 182-3
Dartmouth, Madre de Dios, towed to, 60 ; R. stops spoliation of, 61
Davies, Sir John, Nosce teipsum and R.'s Cynthia, 46
Davis, John, R.'s partner for discovery of N.-W. passage, 28; refers to whereabouts
      of R., July 1595, 82
De Beaumont, French ambassador, refers to R., 133, 141
De Bry prints R.'s Discovery in his Collectiones, 114, Destiny, ship built by R. for
      Guiana expedition, 190; Des Marets visits the, 193 ; commanded by
      young Walter R., ib. ; John Burwick the master, 194; outlawed, 205;
      arrives at Plymouth, 205, 206
Des Marets, French ambassador, 190; suspicious of R.'s Guiana voyage, ib. ; visits
  ,  , R.'s Destiny,' 193 ; his correspondence, ib.
Desmond, Earl of, murder of his brother's guest, 8; R shares escheated lands of, 34
Devonshire Association, Transactions of, and R., 2 ; accent strong in R., 21 ; R.'s
      popularity in, 31 ; Stannaries, R 's report on,ib.; R.Vice-Admiral of,
      32 ; Sir John Gilbert, R.'s deputy in, ib. ; R. member of Parliament for,
      ib. ; miners serve in Netherlands, ib. ; farmers settle in south of
      Ireland, 34; miners raised by R. to repel Armada, 38 ; R. considers its
      defences, 89
Devonshire, Earl of, on R.'s trial at Winchester, 146
Dingle, expedition from Ferrol lands at, 8
Discovery of Guiana, published by R., 83-84; literary value, 85; translations in Latin,
      German, and French, 114; reprinted by Hakluyt, ib.
Doddridge, Sir John, 144
Domestic Correspondence refers to R.'s ships, 42
Donne, John, earliest known poem, 105
Dover, R. at, 90, 193
Drake, Sir Francis, receives prisoners from Armada, 39 ; expedition to Portugal, 41-
      42 ; and spoil of ' Madre de Dios, 62 ; his fate, 6, 87
Dreadnought, Sir C. Clifford's Cadiz ship, 95
Dudley, Robert, D. of Northumberland, at Cadiz, ib.
Duke, Richard, contemporary owner of R.'s birthplace, 1
Durham, Bishop of, demands Durham House, 133
Durham House leased by R., 31; its site and history, ib. ; Queen Elizabeth there in
      1692, 56; references to, 87, 114, 120; fire at, 117; Lady R. advises a
      proper lease for, ib. ; Bishop of Durham demands and King James
      directs R. to surrender, 133-4 ; R. forced to remove from134 ; alleged plotting at, ib.
Dutch to assist in attack on Cadiz, 89, 99 ; take part in capture of Azores, 107
Dyer's evidence at R.'s trial, 155
Edwards, Edward, life and letters of R., iii. ; collected evidence of battle of Cadiz, 91;
      references to, 82, 190, 210
Effingham, Lady, converse with R., 167
Effingham. See Howard
El Dorado, legendary prince of Guiana, 65 ; supposed lake in heart of Guiana, ib. ;
      efforts of Spaniards and Germans to reach, ib.
Elizabeth. Queen, Due d'Alencon her suitor, 17-18; confers an Irish captaincy on
      R.,19; R. first favourite with, 19-25 ; gifts to R., 24, 25 ; grants charter
      to R. for discovery of N.-W. passage, 28; Virginia named in honour
      of, -i&. ; leases Durham House to R., 31 ; feelings towards Leicester,
      32; keeps R. from politics, 35 ; R. supplanted by Essex, 35 ;
      appropriates pirated fine raiment, 42 ; R restored to favour by, 43, 49;
      praised in Cynthia, 45; Spenser introduced to, 48 ; commands
      publication of Colin Clout, 49 ; happy retort of R. to, 53 ; installs a
      pliable Bishop of Salisbury and receives fine from R., 63 ; supports R.
      in Spanish plate- ship venture, 54, 59; buys the 'Ark Raleigh,' 54 ;
      vanity and resentment, 55 ; recalls R. from Frobisher's fleet, 66 ;
      discovers R.'s Throckmorton intrigue, ib, confines R. in Tower, 67 ;
      R.'s letter of devotion to, ib. ; acknowledges R.'s marriage, 63 ; works
      of travel published in her reign, 85 ; irresolution to attack Spain after
      Armada, 88 ; R. seeks reconciliation with, 100; claims Cadiz prize-
      money, 101 ; R.'s position with, 101, 103, 111, 115; reconfers
      captaincy of the Guard on R., 103 ; her custom to retire early to rest,
      111; festivities on her sixty-fifth birthday, 113 ; sends R. to Ostend,
      115; confers Governorship of Jersey and Manor of St. Germain on R.,
      116; Essex accuses R., Cecil, and Cobham to, 118; refuses
      communication with Essex, ib. ; said to have shown skull of Essex, ib.
      R. sends her a supposed diamond, 128; interviews R. on Irish policy,
      ib. ; R. advises as to MacDermod, ib. ; her death, 129 ; reference to,
      186
Elizabethan poets engaged in Ireland, 10
El Nuevo Dorado, or Guiana, 66
Elphinstone, Sir James, eager for R.'s estate, 143
Elyot, Sir John, his Monarchy of Man, 217; describes R.'s end, ib.
England, Breviary of the History of, 182 ; Archbishop Sancroft and MS. of, ib. ;
      Samuel Daniel's share in, 183 ; attributed to R., ib.
Epuremi tribe in Guiana, 78
Erskine, Sir Thomas, supplants R in the Guard, 133; his position with King James,
            133
Essays, Bacon issues his, 85
Essex. Earl of, competes with R. for royal favour, 35 ; demands R.'s sacrifice, 35, 36 ;
      Court attacks on R., 40; challenges R., ib., drives R. from Court, 42;
      more friendly with R., 50; perceives value of the Puritans, ib. ; his
      Protestantism, ib. ; to consider attack on Cadiz, 89 ; his share in Cadiz
      expedition, 92-100; captures library of Bishop of Algarve, 101 ;
      presents it to Sir T. Bodley, ib. ; and Cadiz prize money, ib. ; at
      Chatham, 103 ; planning fresh attack on Spain, ib. ; charged with
      disloyalty, 104 ; R.'s guest at Plymouth, 106; expedition to Azores and
      result, 107-109 ; Royal influence on the wane, 111; offended past
      forgiveness by Queen, 112; uncompromising speech to Elizabeth, ib.,
      surliness of temper, ib. ; adopts for his men tilting colours of R., 113 ;
      increasing enmity with R , ib. ; complaints to Queen, 118 ; Queen
      refuses communication with, ib. ; conspiracy, 119-120 ; R. and the
      execution of, 120 ; Elizabeth shows his skull to Due de Biron, 123
Eugubinus, Steuchius, 178
Euphuistic prose, example in R.'s letter to Cecil, 57
Evesham, Chronicle of, 171
Ewaipanoma tribe, 77
Execution of R., 217, 218-219 ; his speech, 218 ; his gallant bearing, 29
Exeter, R.'s parents buried at, 3
Faery Queen, R.'s adventures compared with those in, 43 ; its progress, 45 ;
      registered, Spenser obtains pension by, 49 ; R.'s sonnet appended to,
      ib.
Fajardo Isle, 74
Falmouth, expedition to Spain puts back into, 106
Farm of Wines granted by Q. Elizabeth to R., 24; granted by King James to E. of
      Nottingham, 141
Fayal, Essex and R. arrange to capture, 107 ; R. to meet Essex at, 108 ; R. arrives
      before Essex, its attack and capture, ib. ; arrival of Essex, ib. ; dispute
      relative to capture, 109
Featley, Dr. Daniel, tutor to young Walter R., 171
Fenton, Geoffrey,in Munster, 10
Ferrol, Spanish expedition to Ireland from, 8
Finland, Duke of, offers assistance to R. in Guiana, 113
Fish tithes, in Sidmouth, leased to R.'s family, 2
Fisher, Jasper, 6
Fitzjames rents R.'s Sherborne farms, 64
Fitzwilliam, Sir William, Irish Deputy, dispute with R., 48 ; reference to, 49
Fleet Prison, R. committed to, 7 ; R. removed from Tower to, 165
Flemish ships captured off Fuerteventura, 67
Flores in Azores, R, joins fleet of Essex off, 107 Flores, Gutierrez, Spanish President,
      opinion of the enemies' fleet off Cadiz, 92
Fort del Ore, Ireland, built by invaders, 6 ; siege, capture and massacre at, 12
Fowler, R.'s gold refiner, death of, 199
France, R. aids Huguenot princes, 4 ; Hakluyt in, ib. ; R.'s return from, 6 ; Henry IV.'s
      compliment to Queen Elizabeth, 122; invited to support Huguenots,
      193 ; Ambassador visits R., 190, 192 ; R. offered escape by, 208
Free trade, R. an advocate of, 186-7
French Ambassadors : Due de Biron, 122 ; De Beaumont, 133, 141, Des Marets,
      190, 192
French envoy, La Chesnne, offers R. means of escape, 208, 211, 212
French vessels detained by R., 195
Frobisher, Sir Martin, 26 ; fleet for capturing Indian carracks, 64 ; reputed severity, ib.
      R. with his fleet, 56 ; off Spanish coast seeking plate ships, 59
Fuerteventura, R. captures ships off, 67
Fuller records R. at Oxford, 3 ; story of R. making his cloak a mat for Queen, 21 ;
      anecdotes, 22
Gamage, Barbara, marries Robert Sidney, 33; grandmother of Waller's bacharissa, ib.
Gardiner, S. R., estimate of R.'s genius, 130 ; credits Beaumont's story of, 133;
      account of R.'s trial, 157, 213 ; account of the Benevolence, 184 ;
      details of intrigues in K. James's Court, 190, 206
Garland, the, R.'s ship, 42
Gascoigne, protege of R.'s halfbrother, 5 ; bis Steel Glass, ib. ; death of, 5 ; Lord Grey
      patron of, 10
Gate House, R. confined in, 214
Gawdy, one of R.'s Winchester judges, 146
Genoa, its seizure proposed, 192; discussed before K. James and rejected, ib.
Geraldine Friary, Youghal, destroyed, 34
Geraldine, Sir James, trial and execution, 9
Geraldines rebel, 8
Gibb, John, page to James I., 159
Gifford, Captain, reference to, 79,80
Gilbert, Adrian, R.'s halfbrother, 1; partner in N.W. expeditions, 28 ; holds office at
      Sherborne, 53 ; obnoxious to R.'s bailiff Meeres, 121; commended to
      Lady R., 140 ; and R.'s Sherborne estates, 143
Gilbert, Bartholomew, his voyage to America, 125 ; sails from Virginia with rich
      woods, 126 ; carries supposed diamond from R. to Queen, 127-8
Gilbert, Katherine. See Raleigh, Mrs. Gilbert.Sir Humphrey, R.'s halfbrother,1 ; R.
      companion of his voyages, 6, 7 ; gained renown in Ireland, 8 ; granted
      Charter to make settlements in America, 26 ; lends ships to serve on
      Irish coast, 26 ; misfortunes and vicissitudesof expedition, 26-27; his
      death at sea, 27
Gilbert, Sir John, half-brother to R., 62 ; preparing to sail for Guiana, 113
Gilbert, Otto, 1
Gillingham Forest, R. in, 64
Glenmalure, E. meets Spenser at battle of, 10
Globe Theatre, Shakespeare's Richard the Second at, 104
Godolphin, Sir Francis, warden of Stannaries, 141
Gomera Islands, E. lands at, 197; courtesy of governor and his lady to E., 197-198
Gondomar (Sarmiento),Spanish ambassador, 190 ; suspiciousof E., 190, 191 ; pledged
      R.'s life against Spanish attack, 192 ; protests against Guiana
      expedition, 193; Captain Bailey in his pay, 196 ; Bailey traduces R. to,
      199 ; activity for R.'s ruin, 204 ; urges embargo on English at
      Seville, 204 ; claims punishment of R., 205
Goodwin, Hugh, hostage with Topiawari, 79 ; learns Indian language, ib. ; serves
      under Gifford, ib. ; meets R. after twenty-two years, 200
Googe,Barnabee,in Munster, 10
Gorges, Sir A., assaulted by R., 58; believes R. mad, ib. ; historian of Azores
      expedition, 107 ; and Due de Biron, 122
Gorges, Sir F., and Essex conspiracy, 119
Gosnoll, Captain, American discoveries, 125 ; sails from Virginia without R.'s leave,
      126
Gray's Elegy and R.'s Cynthia^Q
Grenville, Sir Eichard, and R.'s Virginian expeditions, 29, 37 ; captures Spanish prize
      of 50,000?., 29; and Armada, 37 ; R.'s account of the fight in the
      Revenge and his heroic death, 51, 96 ; Sir E. Beville inquires into his
      death, 51; praised by Tennyson and Bacon, 5] ; R.'s cousin, 95 ; R.
      revenges his death, 96, 98
Greville, Fulke, in Munster, 10
Grey, Lord de Wilton, in Dublin, 9 ; dislikes E., 9 ; patron of Gascoigne, 10; hatred of
      Popery, 11 ; treatment of Irish rebels, 13 ; denounced by E. to
      Leicester, 14 ; leniency in Ireland, 22; and Armada, 37 ; dines with E.
      at Flores, 107 ; in Low Countries, 115
Grey, young Lord de Wilton, and Watson's plot, 135, 158, 160
Grosart's Lismore Papers, vi.
Guard, R. Captain of the, 35, 103 ; Sir T. Erskine supplants R., 133
Guayana Vieja founded by Berreo, 73
Guiana, R.'s desire to conquer, 64; its description, 65, 66; capture of Spanish letters
      relative to, 66 ; annexed by Berreo, governor of Trinidad, ib. ; Captain
      Whiddon visits for R., 66 ; E. explores part of, 67 ; supposed mineral
      wealth, 72, 75 ; Humboldt on its gold yield, 75 ; leaves two sailors at
      Morequito, 79 ; health of E.'s expedition, 81 ; R. asks effect of
      expedition on Court, 83 ; R.'s Discovery of Guiana published, 83-84 ;
      Chapman's poem on, 85-86 ; Captain Keymis's voyage, 86 ; R.'s Of
      the Voyage for Guiana 87 ; Government interest not excited by R., ib.
      Captain L. Berrie's voyage, 102; D. of Finland urges R. to colonise,
      113; Sir J. Gilbert preparing for, 113 ; increased fame of Discovery,
      114 ; R. asks leave to revisit, 170 ; R.'s funds for voyage, 172, 189-
      190; R. released from Tower to go to, 189 advantages promised King
      James, ib. ; preparations for, excite Spaniards, 190; R.'s Royal
      commission, 190-191 ; composition of R.'s fleet, 193-194; its delays,
      194; fleet detains French traders, 195 ; fleet off Canaries, ib. ; Captain
      Bailey deserts, 196; courtesies with Governor of Gomera, 198; R.'s
      log of Second Voyage, 199 ; R. ill of fever in, 199-200; R. meets
      Hugh Goodwin after twenty-two years, 200 ; fleet at Trinidad, 200;
      Keymis explores for gold, attacks San Thome, 200-1 ; R.'s son Walter
      killed, 201 ; Keymis's failure and embarrassed meeting with R., 201 ;
      Keymis commits suicide in, 202 ; R.'s failure to find gold mines in,
      202; mutiny of fleet, 202 ; R. sails to Newfoundland from, 203; R.'s
      ignominious return from, ib. ; Apology for the Voyage to, 208
Gunpowder Plot and R., 168
Hakluyt, R.'s contemporary at Oxford, 3 ; his Voyages and sojourn in France, 4 ;
      reprints R.'s report of Grenville's fight, 51 ; Discovery of Guiana, 114
Hale, the sergeant at R.'s Winchester trial, 146-7
Hamburg ship, R. takes sugar, &c., from a, 41
Hampden, John, collector of R.'s MSS., 185
Hannah, Archdeacon, printed R.'s Cynthia, 46
Harington, Sir John, 34
Hariot, Thomas, R.'s scientific agent in Virginia, 31
Harris, Sir C., R. lodged in his house, 206
Hart, Captain, betrays R., 208
Harvey, Sir G., Lieutenant of Tower, 141, 142 ; suspects R.'s communications, 144 ;
      indulges R., succeeded by Sir W. Waad, 167
Hatfield MSS. and R.'s Cynthia, 46
Hatton, Sir C., R. reconciles him to Queen Elizabeth, 23 ; references to, and death, 32,
      35, 50 .
Hawkins, his third voyage, 6 ; character of his voyages, 7
Hayes relates R.'s expense in Gilbert's expedition, 27
Hayes Barton, R.'s birthplace, in Devon, 1, 3
Hennessy, Sir J. Pope, account of R. in Ireland, 47
Henri IV. of France, 122
Henry VIII. censured in R.'s History, 180
Henry, Prince, visits R. in Tower, 169 ; seeks advice of R., 173, 174; death agonies
      eased by R.'s cordial, 175 ; efforts and sympathy for R., 175, 180;
      opinion of his father's conduct, 175 ; and R.'s Cabinet Council, 185
Histoire Universelle, by d'Aubigne, 1, 177
Historical MSS. Commission Reports, vi.
History of the World, by R.'s personal reference, 4, 5, 162, 171 ; references to
      Armada, 38 ; on boarding galleons, 39; refers to Trinidad, 67; R. aided
      by Ben Jonson, 175 ; size and contents, 176 ; critically examined,
      176-182 ; its preface, when written, 180 ; suppressed by King James,
      and cause, 180-181
Hooker's Supply of the Irish Chronicles and references to R, 11, 43 ; Ecclesiastical
      Polity, 85 ; Oxford tutor of Walter K., jun., 171
Hornsey, K.'s servants disturb the peace at, 6
Howard of Bindon, Thomas Lord, R. to warn him if any Spaniards in Channel, 50;
      and Cadiz expedition, 89, 96, 97, 98; takes R.'s servant under his
      protection, 121 ; persuades Sir W. Peryam to re-try Meere's suit, 127;
      juror on R.'s trial, 143, 146
Howard, Lord Henry, and R., interview with Lennox, 124- 125 ; R. prays forgiveness
      for, 139
Howard of Effingham, Lord Charles, R.'s advice on boarding Armada, 38, 39; high
      opinion of R., 39 ; Discovery of Guiana dedicated to, 84 ; forces
      expedition to Cadiz, 88; on committee for attack on Cadiz, 89; details
      of his action at Cadiz, 92-100 ; ship Ark Royal, 93 ; obtains R.'s return
      to Court, 103; to attempt capture of Graciosa, 107 ;
      created E. of Nottingham, 110, 112 ; granted R.'s wine patent, 141 ;
      conducts Arabella Stewart to R.'s trial, 155 ; outlaws R.'s ship
      Destiny, 205; death of, 223
Huguenots, R. offers to aid, 4 ; Henry Champernowne's force aids, ib. ; mode of
      smoking out Catholics, 5
Hulsius, Levinus, Latin translation of the Discovery of Guiana, 114
Humboldt's examination of Guiana gold, 75 ; testified to the genuineness of R.'s
      account of Guiana, 78
Husband ship, 194, 196
Imataca mountains seen by R, 72
Imokelly, R. escapes ambush by Seneschal of, 14
Income of R., references to, 16, 24, 25, 30, 34, 133, 162, 172
Indian carracks (plate-ships) scheme for R. to seize, 63- 64 ; Sir J. Burrows to attack
      them, 54 ; their capture, 59- 60 ; fleet of in Cadiz harbour, 99 ; burnt
      by Spaniards to avoid capture, ib. ; two destroyed by R. in Azores,
      109
Ireland, History of the Early Ages in, MacCarthy's, 129
Ireland, R. in, 7 ; Catholic invasion of, 7 ; R.'s voyage to Cork, 8; Lord Grey succeeds
      Pelham in, 9 ; execution of Sir J. Geraldine, 10 ; poets on service in,
      ib.; massacre at Fort del Ore, 12 ; R.'s severity towards rebels, 13;
      rebels pardoned through Ormond, ] 3 ; R.'s seizure of Barry Court, 14
      Castle Bally-in-Harsh taken by R.'s strategy, 15 ; R.'s return from, 16,
      R. paid for service in, 18 ; R. assigned a Captaincy in, 19; The
      Opinion of Mr. Barcley on, 22 ; Lord Grey deprived of Deputyship,
      23; R.'s residences in, 34 ; estates in Cork, Waterford, and Tipperary
      settled by R, 34 ; R.'s experience as a colonist in, 34 ; R. leaves to
      fight Armada, 38 ; Essex forces R.'s return to, 42 ; R.'s efforts in
      developing his estates , 47; potato and tobacco introduced by R., 48 ;
      Sir William Fitzwilliam, Deputy in, ib. ; R. refused Lord Deputyship,
      112 ; occupied with affairs of, 116 ; invaded by Spain, 124 ; R. on
      situation in, ib. ; MacCarthy's History of the Early Ages in, 129 ;
      Boyle, Earl of Cork, buys R.'s estates in, 129; R. sells remainder of his
      leases, 194
Irish Chronicles, Hooker's Supply of the, 11
Islands voyage. See Azores
Islington, R.'s residence in, 6
James I. first cognisant of R., 123 ; offers Scotch troops to repel Spanish invasion,
      124 ; sends Lennox on mission to Elizabeth, ib. ; R. and Cobham
      reported unfavourable to, 124 ; met by London nobility at death of
      Elizabeth, 132; R. and Sir R. Crosse meet him at Burghley, ib. ;
      unfavourably received R., 132 ; promises R. continuance of
      Stannaries, ib. ; displaces R. from the Guard, 133 ; increases R.'s
      salary as Governor of Jersey, ib. ; deprives R. of Durham House on
      petition of Bishop of Durham, 133, 134; involved in promises to
      Catholics, 135; waiting Spanish overtures, ib. ; guest of Sir F. Carew,
      ib. ; given R.'s Discourse on Spanish War, etc.,ib.; R.'s projects
      distasteful to, ib. ; commits R. to Tower, 137 ; R. begs his life of and
      refused hope by, 158 ; prepares warrant for stay of R.'s execution, 158
      signs death-warrants for conspirators, 159; intention to reprieve, ib. ;
      at bull-baiting on Tower Hill, 165 ; and Christian IV. of Denmark,
      169; suppresses R.'s History of the World, 180 ; R. hopes to propitiate
      him, 183 ; forbids printing of R.'s Prerogative of Parliament, 184; and
      the Benevolence, 184 ; a Protectionist, 187 ; releases R., 188 ; to be
      enriched by R.'s second voyage to Guiana, 189 ; submits R.'s
      proposed route to Madrid, 191 ; ignores statements of Bailey, 199 ;
      Captain North relates R.'s failure to, 203 ; R.'s apologetic letter to, ib. ;
      Spain clamours for R.'s death, 205 ; invites claims against R., ib. ; his
      arguments for R., ib.; R. doomed by, 205, 206 ; Apology for Guiana
      voyage of no effect on, 209 ; R.'s attempted catspaw against Spain,
      211; R.'s confession to, 212 ; advised to give R. public trial, 212; R.
      throws himself on his mercy, 214 ; quits London and signs R.'s death-&
      warrant, ib. ; foiled by R.'s bearing at execution, 219 ; R. begs his
      memory to be saved from scurrilous writers, 220; death of, 223
Jarnac, battle of, 4
Jeaffreson, J. Cordy, contribution by, vi. ; researches in Middlesex Kecords, 6, 20;
      researches in Assembly Books of R. Lynn, 38
Jersey, R. seeks Governorship of, 114; R. succeeds Sir A. Paulet as Governor, 116 ;
      account of and effect of R.'s rule in, 116-117; Norman gentry in, 127 ;
      King James increased R.'s salary for, 133 ; R. displaced for Sir J.
      Peyton, 141 ; references to R. in, 126, 127
Jesuit captured by R., 64
Jewels, R.'s love of, 20 ; value on his person when arrested, 20, 209
Jonson, Ben, referred by Camden to R., 175; assists R. in History of the World, 175,
      176 ; goes with young Walter R. to Paris, 175 ; his Works, 175 ;
      jealous of Samuel Daniel, 183 ; death of, 223
Keymis, Captain, with R. in Guiana, 80 ; his second voyage to Guiana, 86 ;
      commended to Lady R., 140; gives evidence on R.'s trial under fear of
      torture, 154; warden of Sherborne, J 64 ; and Guiana, 174 ; joins R.'s
            fleet at Plymouth, 194 ; commands Orinoco gold
      expedition without success, 200, 201; attacks San Thome, 201 ;
      announces to R. death of his son Walter R., ib. ; dejection at R.'s
      reproach, asks forgiveness, ib. ; writes to Earl of Arundel, ib. ; commits suicide, 202
Kilcolman, Spenser's Irish seat, 44
King, Captain Samuel, attempts R.'s escape, 206-7-8 ; his arrest, 208
King's Lynn entertains R., 38
Kinsale, Spanish landing at, 124 ; R. returns from Guiana to, 203
La Chesnee, French envoy, offers escape to R., 208, 211, 212
Lake, Sir Thomas, to send R. from Court, 133
Lane, Ralph, leader of R.'s Virginian colony, 29; considers defence against Armada,
      37
Languedoc, Catholics smoked out at, 5
La Rienzi, reference to at R.'s trial, 148
Leicester, Earl of, R. writes from Lismore to, 17 ; R. his protege at Court, ib. ; goes to
      Netherlands with R. and Sir P. Sidney, 18 ; Queen Elizabeth quarrels
      with, ib. ; reconciled to R.'s Royal favour, 23 ; in Netherlands and in
      disgrace, R.'s sympathy, 32, reference to, 35 ; death of, 60
Lennox, Duke of, diplomatic visit to Elizabeth, 124 ; believes R. and Cobham
      opposed King James, ib.
Limerick, victory of Sir N. Malby in woods of, 8
Lion, Sir R. Southwell's ship at Cadiz, 95
Lion Whelp, Cecil's ship, 67 ; R. reinforced at Port of Spain by, 68
Lisbon, Drake and R. with expedition at, 41-42
Lismore, Elizabethan capital of Munster, 15
Lismore Castle, R. rents from Archbishop of Cashel, 34
Lismore Papers and R.'s references, vi., 194, 203
Loftie, Rev. W. J., account of R.'s lodgings in Tower, 162
London citizens aid privateering against Spain, 59 ; eagerness to share spoil, 61 ;
      jewellers or goldsmiths and Spanish prize, 62 ; plague in, 142
Lostwithiel, Stannaries Court of, 117
Macareo, R. tried to enter river, 69 ; channel, 80
MacCarthy, Florence, R. advises his retention in Tower, 129 ; asks Cecil to permit R.
      to judge him, ib. ; his History of the Early Age in Ireland, 129
Mace, Samuel, commands a Virginian fleet for R., 125
MacDermod, Cormac, Lord of Muskerry, R.'s severity to, 128
Macureguarai, rich city of Guiana, 78
Madeira, R.'s Virginian ships stripped at, 37
Madre de Dios,' plate-ship, value of its capture, 60 ; inquiry as to disposal of treasure,
      62
Magrath, Meiler, Archbishop of Cashel, 34
Malby, Sir Nicholas, defeats Irish rebels, 8
Malet, Sir A., MSS., R.'s unpopularity referred to in, 131
Manamo, R. enters the Orinoco by river, 69
Manatee seen by R. in Guiana, 79
Mannourie, French quack attendant and spy on R., 207 ; gives R. a detrimental dose,
      ib. ; bribed by R., 208 ; denounced by R., 220 ; his disgrace, 223
Manoa, capital of Guiana, 69
Markham led out for execution but reprieved, 159, 160
Marlowe's career, 85
Marriage of R. to Elizabeth Throckmorton, 63
Martinez, Juan, journal of visit to Manoa, 69
Mary Rose,' Sir G. Carew's Cadiz ship, 95
Maurice of Nassau, letters taken to Prince, 175
Medina Sidonia, Duke of, his report to Philip II. of English attack on Cadiz, 98; burns
      fleet of carracks to avoid capture by English, 99
Meere, John, R.'s bailiff at Sherborne, 53 ; his dismissal and revenge, 121 ; arrests R.'s
      new bailiff, 121 ; brings civil action against R., 122, 127;
      commissioner for despoiling Sherborne, 164
Mellersh, Cobham's secretary, 142
Mexican plate fleet, R.'s designs on, 191, 202, 210, 213
Mexico, Gulf of, R.'s early knowledge of, 7
Mexico, its revenue to Spain, 77
Meyrick, Sir Gilly, his conduct towards R., 108
Middle Temple, R. in, 5
Milton inherits and publishes R.'s The Cabinet Council, 185
Mitcham, Lady R. sells an estate at, 189
Monarchy of Man, by Sir J. Elyot, describes R.'s last moments, 217
Montcontour in France, R. at retreat of, 4
Montgomery, death of Huguenot chief, 4
Mont Orgueil, Jersey, 117
Morequito, port on River Orinoco, 74; its chief Topiawari, 78
Mulla. See Awbeg, 44
Munster, R. temporary governor of, succeeded by Zouch, 15 ; Sentleger provost
      marshal in, 9 ; Spenser clerk of the council of, 44 ; life in, ib. ; R.'s
      efforts to improve, 47; severity of President against Cormac
      MacDermod, 128
Muskerry, Lord of, severity against, 128
Naunton's description of B., 20, 22
Navigation, R. considering international, 56
Netherlands, Earl of Leicester in, 28, 32; Devon miners serve in, 32 ; R.'s Discourse
      the Protecting of, 135
Newfoundland, R. in, 33, 203 ; R. establishes trade with Jersey, 117
Ninias, R.'s account of King, 131
Nonparilla, R., Dudley's ship at Cadiz, 95
North, Captain, tells the King of R.'s Guiana failure, 203
North-West Passage, R.'s efforts, its discovery, 28 ; and northern route to China, 28
Northampton, Lord, interviews R. in Tower, 172 ; R.'s enemy removed, 187; at R.'s
      execution, 218
Northumberland, Earl of, R. visits at Sion House, 114 ; goes to Ostend with R., 115;
      invited to Bath, 127
Nottingham, Earl of. See Howard
Old Palace Yard, R. executed at, 214
Oldys, William, Life of R., iii. ; reference to, 101
Olonne, R. captures and forfeits to Treasury a bark of, 42
Orange, Prince of, Elizabeth sends R. to, 18 ; Leicester accused of conspiracy with, ib.
Orinoco, R.'s expedition to river, 67, 69-81 ; second expedition up, 200 ; failure to
      find gold, 201
Ormond, governor of Munster, 10; desire to treat with Irish, 11 ; obtains pardon for
      the rebels, 13 ; quarrels with R., 15 ; denounced for leniency, 22
Ostend, R. and Northumberland visit, 115
Oxford, R. educated at, 3, 6
Oxford's, Lord, quarrel with Sir P. Sidney, 7; at execution of R., 218
Panama pearl fisheries, 25; R.'s scheme to seize, 54
Parliaments, Prerogative of, 112, 180
Paulet, Sir Anthony, governor of Jersey, death, 116
Paunsford, Richard, servant of R., 6
Pecora Campi. See Hatton
Pelham, Sir William, Irish command, 9, 10
Pembroke, Earl of, succeeds R. in Duchy of Cornwall, 163
Pembroke, Lady, R.'s friend in hour of trial, 157 ; her son intercedes for R., ib.
Peryam, Sir William, Chief Baron of Exchequer, 127
Pew, Hugh, steals R.'s pearl hatband, &c., 20
Peyton, Sir John, succeeds R. in Jersey, 141; Sir John the younger messenger between
      Cobham and R., 144
Philip of Spain's Armada, resistance to, 37 ; expels Antonio from Portugal, 41 ; desire
      to recover prestige, 105
Philip III. demands R.'s execution, 212 ; foiled by R.'s conduct at execution, 219
Phoenix Nest, 34
Pilgrimage, R. writes The, 159
Piratical expedition by R. stopped, 7
Plymouth, 7, 27, 29, 36, 38, 67, 89, 90, 91, 100, 105, 106, 117, 194, 203
Popham, Lord Chief Justice, tries R. at Winchester, 146 ; hissed at conclusion of R.'s
      trial, 157 ; declares R.'s Sherborne conveyance invalid, 164
Popham, Captain George, captures Spanish letters, 66
Portland, R. as governor completes defences of, 38
Portugal, expedition to restore Antonio, 41 ; R. serves under Drake at Lisbon, ib.
Potato introduced into Ireland by R., 48 ; distributed by ancestor of Lord Southwell,
      ib.
Prerogative of Parliaments, by R., 112, 180; its publication and intention, 183 ; King
      James forbids its printing, 184; issued posthumously, ib. ; MS. in
      Record Office, ib.
Preston.Captain Amyas, harries Venezuela, 81
Prest, Agnes, her martyrdom, 2 ; indirect effect on R.'s religion, 3
Prudence,' a London ship, 59
Puerto Rico friars, 69
Purchas, his collection of travels, 85
Puritans, Essex and R. their friends, 50
Puttenham's praise of Shepherd's Calender, 44
Queen of James I., R.'s friend, 169, 188 ; her father, Christian IV., 169; Samuel
      Daniel a servant of, 183 ; R.'s rhyming petition to, 209; exertions to
      save R., 210; death of, 223
Rainbow, Sir F. Vere's ship at Cadiz, 95
Rakele, R. meets Spenser at, 10; R.'s treatment of Irish kerns at, 11
Raleigh, Carew, son of Sir Walter, 166; reference to, 200, 222
Raleigh, George, Sir Walter's nephew, 200
Raleigh nee Gilbert, Mrs., Sir Walter's mother, 1 ; her religion, 2
Raleigh town, Virginia, 36
Raleigh, Walter, the elder, his third marriage, 1 ; diversity of spelling his name, 2 ;
      family lease of fish tithes, 2; latest mention of, his age, 16
Raleigh, Sir Walter, Lives of, v.; correspondence of, v. ; bibliography by Dr.
      Brushfield, vi.; love of birthplace, 1 ; connections and parentage, 1 ; earliest
      record of, 2 ; education and career at Oxford, 3 ; convicted of assault,
      7 ; goes to Ireland, 9 ; with Spenser, 10, 43, 48, 49 ; character whilst
      in Ireland, 14 ; pecuniary position, 16, 30, 34, 42, 116, 126, 129, 133,
      141, 162, 189, 190, 194 ; his person in 1582, 20; mother wit and
      audacious alacrity, 22; success as a courtier, 23 ; Royal gifts to, 24,
      25; continues Sir H. Gilbert's efforts, 28 ; and Virginia, 29, 37, 41,
      125 ; granted licence to export woollen broadcloths, their nature and
      value, 29, 30; resides at Durham House, 31 ; receives knighthood, 31 ;
      successful expedition to Azores, 33 ; elegy on Sir Philip Sidney, ib. ;
      experience as an Irish colonist, 34; zenith of personal success, 35 ;
      part in fighting Armada, 37 ; privateering expeditions, their excuse,
      40, 41 ; forced return to Ireland, 42 ; his poem of Cynthia, 45 ;
      developes his Irish estates, 47; introduces the potato, 48 ; and
      Puritans, his toleration, 50; Report on Grenville's fight in the
      Revenge? 51 ; obtains Sherborne Castle, 52-53 ; clandestine relations
      with Elizabeth Throckmorton, 55 ; embroilment between Queen and
      Mrs. Throckmorton, 55-57; confined in the Tower, 5; failure in health,
      59, 63, 110, 114, 168, 187, 199,200; released to quell disturbance in
      Devon, 61 ; his popularity in Devon, 61 ; marriage with E.
      Throckmorton, 63 ; eagerness for service, 64; attracted to Guiana, 66;
      and Guiana gold, 75-77; publishes Discovery of Guiana,, 84 ; merit as
      a writer of travel, 85 ; his Of the Voyage for Guiana, 87 ; naval skill
      first fully recognised, 89 ; taking of Cadiz, brilliant triumph for, 91 ;
      his Relation of like Action in Cadiz Harbour; 92 ; details of his Cadiz
      command, 92-99; wounded in the leg, 98 ; preparation for third
      Guiana expedition, 101 ; lauded by literary classes on return from
      Cadiz, 102 ; intimacy with Cecil and Brooke family, 102 ; exertions to
      provoke second attack on Spain, 105; sails with fleet to attack Azores:
      success at Fayal, which provokes Essex, 105-109; only nominally in
      Queen's favour, 111 ; his Prerogative of Parliament, 112, 183-184;
      seeks various dignities without success, ib. ; increasing enmity with
      Essex, and friendship with Cobham, 113; height of fame as a
      geographer, 114 ; his share in the execution of Essex, 118- 121 ;
      comes under notice of James of Scotland, 123 ; his Dangers of the
      Spanish Faction in Scotland, 124; his view of Irish affairs in 1601,
      ib. ; not a complete loser by his expeditions, 126 ; severe action
      towards Cormac McDermod, 128; advises detention of F. MacCarthy
      in Tower, 129; good fortune ceases with Elizabeth's death, ib. ;
      character, condition, and fame in 1603, 130-131 ; ungraciously
      received by King James, 132; sent from Court of James, 133; not
      judicious towards James, 134 ; Spanish schemes distasteful to King,
      135 ; arrested for complicity in Watson's plot, 136; compromised by
      Cobham, 136, 137; committed to the Tower, 137; attempts suicide,
      137, 138, 141; supposed farewell letter to his lady, 137-140; stripped
      of his appointments, 141 ; communications with Cobham, 141,
      144,145 ; enmity of populace to, 145 ; trial at Winchester, 146-157;
      letter to K. James suing for life, 158, 159; poem The Pilgrimage, 159;
      reprieved at hour for execution, 160; confinement in Tower, 160, 164,
      167, 168 ; efforts for his release, 169; friendship with Queen and
      Prince Henry, 169 ; asks permission to go to Guiana, 170, 174;
      literary pursuits, 171 ; consulted by P. Henry in shipbuilding, 173-4 ;
      writing Marriage Discourses, 174; History of World and Ben Jonson,
      176, 176-182; demands for his MS., 184; his Cabinet Council;
      Discourse of War; and Observations on Trade and Commerce, 185,
      186 ; his release and conditions, 188, 189; prepares second voyage to
      Guiana, 189-191 ; intrigues for seizure of Genoa, 192 ; leaves for
      Guiana fleet vicissitudes, 193-194 ; details of outward voyage, 195-
      200 ; meets an old servant in Guiana, 200; his son slain at San Thome,
      201 ; fails to discover gold, 201 ; his faithful Keymis commits suicide,
      202 : mutiny of his fleet ib. ; ignominious return to England, 203, 205
      arrest and attempted escape, 206, 208 ; writes Apology for the
      Voyage to Guiana, 208 ; valuables found on his person, 209 ; James
      uninfluenced by Apology, ib. ; rhyming petition to Queen ; her
      exertions, 209, 210; examined before Commissioners, 210, 212 :
      written confession to the King, 212 ; if pardoned declares ability to
      reveal State secrets, ib. ; trial, defence, condemnation, 212, 213, 214 ;
      bearing night before execution, 214- 5 ; last interview with his Lady,
      215 ; last verses, ib.; proposed burial at Beddington, 215 ; last
      moments, conduct on scaffold, 216- 220 reason for attempted escape
      to France, 219 ; execution, 221; body in St. Margaret's, Westminster,
      222 ; his head embalmed and preserved, ib. ; death roll of his friends,
      223
Raleigh, Walter, the younger, 114, 116; and Sherborne estates, 143 ; at Oxford ; his
      tutors, 171 ; wins a fatal duel, 175 ; and Ben Jonson, ib. ; Captain of
      the Destiny,' 193 with Keymis in Orinoco gold expedition, 200 ; killed
      at San ThomS, last words, 201
Raleigh, Lady, and see Throckmorton; influence over Cecil, 84 ; appeals to Cecil,
      110, 111; 158; and Durham House, 117, 133 ; her husband's supposed
      farewell letter, 137-140 ; shares rooms in Tower, 162 ; and Sherborne
      Estates, 144, 164, 166, 171, 172; pleads with James for R.'s pardon,
      169 ; sells an estate at Mitcham, 189; letter from R. in Guiana, 200;
      meets R. at Plymouth, 206 ; precedes R. to London, 207 ; released
      from Tower, 212 ; final interview with R, 215 ; and burial of her
      husband, 215, 222 ; her death, 222
Rebellion in Ireland, R.'s share in suppression, 9-16
Remains of R.'s writings, 187
Repulse, Essex's ship off Cadiz, 93 ; off Azores, 107
Revenge, R.'s ship, 42
Revenge A Report of the Truth of the Fight, etc., 51 ; its style and anonymous issue,
      ib.
Richard the Second, Cecil entertains Essex and R. with Shakespeare, 103-104
Richelieu refers to R., 193
Rimenant, R. at battle of, 5
Roanoke, discovery of, 28 ; settled by Ralph Lane, 29
Roche, Lord and Lady, captured by R., 15
Rochelle privateers strip R.'s ships, 37
Roebuck, R.'s ship captures Madre de Dios, 60
Roraima, 79
Rutland, Countess of, Sir P. Sidney's sister, 175
Sackarissa, grand-daughter of R.'s cousin, 33
Saint Germain, R. receives manor of, 116
Salisbury, R. ill at, 207, 208 ; K. James and Court at, 208
Salisbury, See of, and R.'s Sherborne estate, 52, 53, 64
Salisbury, Cecil created Earl of, 166
Salisbury, William, Second Earl of, playmate to young Walter R., 114 ; at Sherborne,
      116
Salto Caroni, cataract of, 74
San Juan de Ulloa, 6
San Miguel, its capture arranged, 107, 109
San Rafael de Barrancas settlement, 72
San Theme, R.'s captain attacks, 201 ; R.'s eldest son killed at, ib. ; news of attack
      reaches Spain and England, 205 Bancroft, Archbishop, attributes
      History of England to R., 182
Sandars, a legate, and Irish rebellion, 8
Sarmiento, Don Pedro, captured by R., 33
Sarmiento. See Gondomar
Savage, Sir Arthur, and Duc de Biron, 122 ; reference to, 125
Savoy watched by Venice, 190
Scarnafissi, Savoyard Envoy, 192; R. suggests to him seizure of Genoa, ib. ; lays R.'s
      scheme before King James ; its rejection, ib.
Schomburgk, Sir Robert, corroborates R. in Guiana, 71, 72
Sentleger, Sir Warham, Irish command, 8; Provost Marshal of Munster, 9
Sentleger, Sir William, command in Guiana fleet, 194
Shakespeare's advent, 85 ; performance of his Richard the Second, 104
Shepherd of the Ocean, R. so named by Spenser, 44, 46-7
Shepherd Calender by Spenser, 10, 44 ; references to R. in, 45
Sherborne, R.'s favourite country abode, 52; R.'s acquirement of, 52, 53 ; R.
      at, 63, 67, 71, 87, 100, 114, 126, 127, 207 ; Dean of Sarum lets farms
      over R.'s head, 64 ; remnant of R.'s fortune; tries to tie it to his son and
       Adrian Gilbert, 143; Sir J. Elphinstone applies for, ib.; R. conveys it
      to his son with rent charge to Lady R., 144; supports R. six years in
      Tower, 162 ; King's Commissioners spoiling, 163; Cecil stays
      commissioners, ib. ; held on trust for Lady R. by Sir A. Brett, 164;
      R.'s conveyance declared invalid, 164, 165; Keymis warder of, 1 64 ;
      Lady R. pleads for secure tenure of, 171 ; James covets it for and
      bestows it on Carr, 171, 172 ; repurchased for Prince Henry, 172 ;
      Lady R. receives 8.000L in lieu of, ib. ; R.'s last sojourn at, 207
Shipping, R.'s Invention of, 18
Sidmouth Church, earliest R. deed preserved at, 2
Sidney, Sir Philip, R.'s contemporary at Oxford, 3 ; tennis court quarrel, 7 ; handsome
      features, 20; R.'s elegy on, 33
Sidney, Robert, marries R.'s cousin, 33
Simancas, R.'s map of Guiana found at, 83 ; R.'s confession of French intrigues found
      at, 212
Sion House, R. visits Earl of Northumberland at, 114
Smerwick Bay, Spanish invasion at, 8
Southwell, Sir Robert, with Cadiz expedition, 95
Southwell, Lord, his ancestor distributes R.'s potatoes, 48
Southampton, Earl of, his amusement, 111
Spain and R., 25, 30, 32, 60, 61, 62, 84 ; attack and capture of its plate ships, 59- 60;
      R. tries to stem flow of gold to, 76-77 ; effect of Cadiz expedition on,
      101 ; R. counsels a second attack on, 105; expedition to, and its
      accidents, 105, 106; alters destiny for Azores, 107; invades Ireland at
      Kinsale, 124; King James waiting overtures from, 135; R.'s Discourse
      touching War with, ib. ; R.'s offer to raise and lead troops against, ib. ;
      watching France, 190 ; Guiana route submitted to, 191; offers R.
      escort to Guiana gold mines, ib. ; promised security at peril of R.'s
      life, 192, 205; asks punishment of R. for San Thome attack, ib.',
      Buckingham favourable to, 210 ; James, the attempted catspaw of R.
      against, 211 ; English pensioners in pay of, ib.
Spanish Alarum,The, by R., 104
Spanish Ambassador pleads for R.'s life, 158
Spanish Armada, 38-39, 88
Spanish Faction in Scotland, the Dangers of a, 124
Spanish invasion of England, R.'s advice against, 37-38
Sparrey, Francis, volunteers to stay in Guiana, 79 ; captured by Spaniards; his account
      of Guiana, ib.
Spenser, Edmund, secretary to Lord Grey in Ireland, 10; his Shepherd's Calender; first
      meets R., ib., 20 ; Colin Clout, evidence of R.'s position with Queen,
      43; effect of R.'s friendship on, ib. ; his Faery Queen and R.'s
      adventures compared, ib. ; Clerk of Council of Munster, 44 ; Irish
      estate, ib.; returns to England; at Court with R., 48 ; secures a pension
      for Faery Queen, 49
St. Andrew, rich Spanish prize taken at Cadiz., 99
St. Bartholomew's, K. and massacre on, 4
St. John, J. A., Life of R., iii. ; discovery of R.'s map of Guiana, 83 ; prints R.'s
      confession, 212
St. John, Oliver, trial of, 184
St. John, Sir William, efforts for R.'s release, 188
St. Margaret's, Westminster, R.'s body buried in, 222
St. Matthew, valuable prize taken at Cadiz, 98, 99
St. Philip,' R's contest at Cadiz with, 96, 98; saved from total destruction by Dutch, 99
Stafford, Sir Edward, tells Bacon of R. in Tower, 67; his kinswoman wife of
      Governor of Gomera, 1 97
Stannaries, K. Lord Warden of the, 32, 64, 128, 141
Stead, death of, 198
Steel Glass, Gascoigne's, 6; verses prefixed by R. to, ib.
Stourton, Lady, R. arrests a Jesuit in house of, 24
Strozzi, Peter, lost at Azores, 39
Stuart, Arabella, conspirators for, 102 ; her descent and relationship to James I.,
      142, 143 ; protests her ignorance of plot at R.'s trial, 155 ; James
      wishes to spare, ib. ; her death, R. deprived of her pearls, 187
Stukely, Sir Lewis, R.'s cousin, arrests R., 206; hires French quack to inveigle R., 207
      bribed by and betrays R., 208 ; valuables on R.'s person fall to, 209 ;
      denounced by R., 220; condemned for clipping coin, 222 ; fled to
      Lundy and died a maniac, 223
Suffolk urges severity against R., 141
Summer's Nightingale, R. styled the, 49
Talbot, John, R.'s secretary in Tower, death of, 199
Tarleton, comedian, his remark against R. at Court, 36
Tax on tavern-keepers ascribed to R. but due to Queen, 131
Temple, Middle, R. in, 5
Tennyson, Lord, praise of Sir R. Grenville, 51
Tewkesbury, Annals of, 171
Throckmoiton, Arthur, dispute and dismissal from fleet, 90 ; restored by R.'s
      influence, 91 ; gains distinction at Cadiz, 91
Throckmorton, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Nicholas, 55 ; her love of R., 55 ; private
      marriage with R., ib., 63 ; confined in Tower, 57 ; see R., Lady
Thynne, Francis, R.'s cousin, 214
Tiger, Sir R. Grenville's ship, 29
Tipperary, R. granted estates in, 34
Tonson, navigator, 6
Topiawari, friendly Guiana chief, 78, 79
Tounson, Dean of Westminster, R.'s spiritual adviser, 214; describes R. in face of
      death, 214-215 ; attends R.'s execution, 216
Tower, R. confined in, 57, 137, 138, 142, 145, 160, 161-188, 209 ; R. attempts suicide
      in, 137 ; plague in outlying posts of, 142 ; R.'s apartments in Garden
      or Bloody Tower, 162 ; malaria in, 164 ; Lady R. and son leaves, 165
      R.'s experiments in garden of, 168; death of Arabella Stuart in, 187 ;
      release of R, 188
Tower, Lieutenants of, in charge of R., Sir G. Harvey and Sir J. Peyton, 141 ; Sir
      William Waad, 167 ; Sir A. Apsley and Sir T.Wilson, 211
Trade and Commerce, R. on, 186 ; a plea for free trade, 186-187 ; when published,
      187
Trinidad, A. de Berreo Governor of, 66; visited by R.'s expedition, 67, 200; its liquid
      pitch and oysters, 67 ; R. returns from Guiana to, 80
Udall, John, protected by R. and Essex, 50
Underwoods, verses by R. attributed to Ben Jonson, 517
Vanlore, Pieter, R. borrows of, 190
Venezuela coast plundered by R.'s expedition, 81 ; precautions against English, ib.
Venice watching Savoy, 190
Vere, Sir Francis, with Cadiz expedition, 95,97 ; to attempt with Howard capture of
      Graciosa, 107
Villiers, favourable to R., 187 ; animus against Somerset, 188 ; urged to intervene for
      R., 210 ; pledged to Spanish alliance, ib.
Virginia, discovery of, 28; failure of a second expedition to, 29; its products attract R.,
      30; collapse of R.'s colony, 33 ; a fourth expedition fails, 36 ;
      expenditure on abortive fifth expedition, 37; R.'s relief vessels
      stripped by privateers, ib. ; drain on R.'s fortune ; leases patent, 41 ;
      never visited by R., ib.; R.'s final effort to colonise, 125 ; R. not a
      complete loser by expeditions to, 126 ; expected return of an
      expedition by R., 40
Waad, Sir W., takes R. to Winchester for trial, 145 ; special commissioner at R.'s trial,
      146 ; thinks R. too comfortable in Tower, 162 ; succeeds as
      Lieutenant of Tower, 167 ; suspicion of R.'s experiments, 168 ; reference to,
      170
Walsingham and R. in Paris on St. Bartholomew's eve, 4; massacre of Fort del Ore
      reported to, 12 ; reference to, 32 ; death of, 50
Walton, Izaak, accounts of Ben Jonson and R., 175
War, R.'s A Discourse of, 185-6; most pleasing of R.'s prose writings, 185
Warburton, judge at R.'s Winchester trial, 146
War Sprite,' R.'s ship in Cadiz expedition, 94
Waterford, R. granted estates in, 34 ; trade in pipe-staves encouraged by R., 47
Watson's plot, 135; his conviction and execution, 158
Webbe's praise of Shepherd's Calender, 44
West Indies, Sir W. R:S voyage to the, 7 ; R.'s early visits to, ib.
West Horsley Church, R.'s head rests in, 222
Wexford, its trade in pipestaves encouraged by R., 47
Weymouth, K. at, 100, 104, 116, 127
Whiddon, Captain Jacob, visits Guiana for K., 66 ; examines mouths of Orinoco, 69
White, Captain John, fourth Virginian expedition, 36 ; lands at Hatorask. His failure,
      ib.
White, Roland, records R. at Court, 103
Whitlock, Captain, 167
Willoughby, Ambrose, Esquire of the body, 111
Wilson, Sir Thomas, spy on R., 211 ; his acquaintance with Raleigh in Tower, ib.
Winchester, Marquis of, entertains Queen and French envoys at Basing House, 123
Winchester, R. tried at Wolvesey Castle, 145; R. confined in, 157, 159; R. removed
      from, 160
Winchester, Bishop of, attendant on, 158
Wines, farm of, R. granted, 24, 25 ; King James transfers it to E. of Nottingham, 141
Winwood, Sir Ralph, favourable to R., 187, 204; hater of Spain, 188; visits R.'s ship
      Destiny, 192; ignores Bailey's charge against R., 199 ; R. writes of his
      Guiana failure to, 202 ; his death, 203, 204
Wither, George, prophecy of English supremacy in America, 25
Wokoken, discovery of, 28
Wood, Anthony a, records R. at Oxford, 3
Works by Ben Jonson, and R.'s verses, 175
Yelverton, Attorney-General, prosecutes R., 210, 214
Yetminster Manor given to R., 53
Youghal burned by Geraldines, 8; destruction of Geraldine Friary, 34; R.'s residence
      at, 34, 44 ; yew tree contemporary with R. still at, 48 ; potato first
      planted at, 48
Zouch, in trenches at Fort del Ore, 12 ; at Lismore, 15