John Donne and the Ancient Catholic Nobility

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INDEX
Allen, William, 117, 132-33, 137, 139, 147
Ambodexter, Mr., 150
Anjou, Duke of. See Valois, François
Antwerp, 68-72, 76-77, 128, 197n. 14, 222n. 39; Donne's epigrams on, 137-46, 192-94
Aquaviva, Claudio, S.J., 78, 147, 152
Arundel, Earl of. See Howard, Philip
Arundell, Sir Charles, 93-94, 110; in exile, 120, 122, 136, 150
Ascham, Roger, 28, 47
Atslowe, Dr. Edward, 113, 159
Auger, Emond, S.J., 152-53
Bacon, Anthony, 109-10, 123, 166
Bailiffe, Thomas, 156-58, 223n. 29
Bald, R. C., 73, 177, 198n. 20; his reliance on Izaak Walton, 10-II, 15-16
Bell, Ilona, 177-78
Boleyn, Anne, 25, 26, 146
Borja, Francisco de, S.J., 64
Bosgrave, James, S.J., 125, 133, 219n. 32
Bread Street Hill, 55, 70-71
Briant, Alexander, 104-105
Brydges, Anne (née Stanley), 172, 177
Burghley, Baron of. See Cecil, William
Cambridge University, 13-14, 43, 106, 133; Elizabethan Settlement at, 47, 58
Campion, Edmund, S.J.: in exile, 78, 98; imprisonment and execution of, 101, 103, 104105, 108; in Lancashire, 165
Carafa, Giampietro. See Paul IV
Carey, Henry, Baron of Hunsdon, 91-93, 96, 156
Catholicism, 28-30, 93-94, 162-66; of Donne and his family, 2-10, 35, 53, 54, 63, 67-79, 173-76; in London, 24, 55, 58-60, 75-76, 98; Tudor persecution of, 12-15, 19, 83-92, 98‐ 101, 104-105, 115-17, 126-27, 130-34, 164. See also Executions; Exiles, English Catholic; Imprisonments; Parliament, reformation statutes of
Cecil, Mildred (née Cooke), 28-29, 72
Cecil, William, Baron of Burghley, 28, 72; actions taken against Catholicism, 91, 113-14, 123, 128, 132, 145, 219n. 36; dispatches to, from Henry Carey, Baron of Hunsdon, 9193, 96; —, from Sir Henry Cobham, 95-96; —, from Sir John Forster, 90; —, from Henry Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon, 162; —, from Francis Leek, 161; —, from Sir Henry Percy, 85; —, from Sir Ralph Sadler, 85, 88; —, from Dr. Thomas Wilson, 71-72; and the Elizabethan Settlement, 28, 30; and the Percy family, 86, 87, 108; and the Stanley family, 163-64, 165. See also Catholicism, Tudor persecution of; Privy Council, Elizabethan
Chadderton, William ( Bishop of Chester), 162-69
Church of England, 6, 7, 15, 47, 49
Clement, Dr. John, 22, 24, 202n. 20; in exile, 25, 39-41, 75, 208n. 27
Clement, Margaret (née Gigs), 22, 25, 208n. 27
Cobham, Sir Henry ( Ambassador to France), 94-96, 108-109, 119, 167
Copley, Lord Thomas, 106, 139
Council of Trent, 53, 60, 115
Court, Royal: Edwardian, 28-29, 36, 41, 47, 83, 154; Elizabethan, I, 4-5, 8, II, 57-58, 9394; Henrician, 15, 19, 21-28, 41, 47, 83
Court of Orphans, London, 73, 186
Cranmer, Thomas ( Archbishop of Canterbury), 27, 34-35
Cromwell, Thomas, 13, 24, 201n. II
Darbyshire, Thomas, S.J., 147, 151, 152
Daunce, William, 202n. 20
Davies, William, 118, 120
Dawson, Grace (née Donne), 54, 55
Dawson, Robert, 54, 73
Derby, Earls of. See Stanley, Edward; —, Henry
De Vere, Edward, Earl of Oxford, 93-94
Dillingen, University of, 64-66, 77-78
Dôle, Jesuit College at, 152-53, 222n. 15
Donne, Alice, 54, 73
Donne, Elizabeth (née Heywood), 2, 4, 16, 70, 208n. 27; early life of, 23, 28-29; children's education, 7-8, 71, 76, 78-79; in exile, 197n. 14; marriages of, 55, 60-61, 73-74,

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