tion, 312-322. His return to Eng. Is visited by Raleigh ; their friend-
land; proclamation against him, ship, 102-106. Is introduced to

Attempts to escape, 327. Queen Elizabeth, 108.
Recommitted to the Tower, 330. Stanneries, warden of, nature of the
His examination by the commis- office ; Raleigh's appointment, 60.
sioners, 332. Relation of his con- Stewart, Arabella, conspiracy re-
versations with Sir Robert Wil- garding, a fiction, 229, 241.
son, 338-347. The queen entreats Stuart, Sir Robert, commands a
for his pardon, 349. Warrant for Scottish force at the battle of
his execution, 352. His last inter- Rimenant, 24.
view with Lady Raleigh, 355. His Stukely, Sir Lewis, commissioned
behaviour on the scaffold, 359-365. to arrest Sir Walter Raleigh, 323,
His execution, 365. Reflections on 324. His treacherous conduct, 329.
his character, 366-372.

Sully, Duke of, passage from his

Memoirs regarding Raleigh, 378.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, his Account of Sussex, Earl of, his character, 35.

Guiana defended against Hume's!
attack (Appendix), 373. He insti-

tutes a club at the Mermaid, 374- Tobacco, its first introduction into
376. Alleged attempt to stab him- England by Raleigh, 57. Hariot's
self, 376. Hume's errors in his description of, 58.
account of, 377-381. Cecil's enmity Tounson, Dr, dean of Westminster,
to, 381. Plot against-its origin and his account of the last hours of Sir
secret history, 383-396. Errors of Walter Raleigh, 357-366.
Mr D'Israeli regarding his History Trinidad visited by Raleigh, 136.
of the World, 396-400, Wilson's Tyrone, Earl of, heads the rebellion
notes of his conversations, pre- in Ireland, 177.
served in the State-paper Office,
400. Confinement in the Tower

His unpublished manuscripts, 402- Virginia, so named by command of
405. Inventory of his jewels and Queen Elizabeth, 49. Settlement

trinkets, 405. His portrait, 406. of, 51. Difficulties of the infant
Roanoak, island of, North America, colony, 52-55. Second settlement

52, 54, 64.
Roch, Lord, capture of, in the Irish
civil war, 31.


of, 64.

White, John, appointed governor

of Virginia, 64. His return to
Sarmiento, Pedro, Spanish governor England, 66.

of the Straits of Magellan, anec- Wilson, Sir Thomas, appointed to
dote of, 56.

the charge of Sir Walter Raleigh
Sidney, Sir Philip, his character, in the Tower, 335. Conduct to
36, iii.

his prisoner, 336. His relation of
Spanish Armada, for the invasion of conversations with Sir Walter,

England, 67-70. Sails from the 338-347, of which he sends a daily
Tagus, 78. Dispersed and driven report to the king and Secretary
back, 79. Sails the second time; Naunton, 341. Letter to the king,
its arrival off the Lizard, 80. En- enclosing one from Raleigh, 345.
gaged by the English fleet, 81-85. Second letter to the king, 349. Is
Anchors before Calais, 86. Its recalled from the Tower, 351.
discomfiture, 87-89, and wreck in Notes of conversations with Ra.
the North Seas, 90, 91.

leigh, preserved in the State-paper
Spenser, Edmund, is present at the Office (Appendix), 400-402.
siege of Rakele, 27. His share of Winwood, Secretary, Raleigh's let-
the Earl of Desmond's domains, 60. ter to, 309.


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