PHILIP, King of Naples and Sicily, afterwards King of Spain.
THE PRINCESS ELIZABETH.
REGINALD POLE, Cardinal and Papal Legate.
SIMON RENARD, Spanish Ambassador.
LE SIEUR DE NOAILLES, French Ambassador.
THOMAS CRANMER, Archbishop of Canterbury.
SIR NICHOLAS HEATH, Archbishop of York; Lord Chancellor after Gardiner.
EDWARD COURTENAY, Earl of Devon.
LORD WILLIAM HOWARD, afterwards Lord Howard, and Lord High Admiral.
LORD WILLIAMS OF THAME.
STEPHEN GARDINER, Bishop of Winchester and Lord Chancellor.
EDMUND BONNER, Bishop of London.
THOMAS THIRLBY, Bishop of Ely.
SIR THOMAS WYATT
SIR THOMAS STAFFORD
SIR RALPH BAGENHALL.
SIR ROBERT SOUTHWELL.
SIR HENRY BEDINGFIELD.
SIR WILLIAM CECIL.
SIR THOMAS WHITE, Lord Mayor of London.
Atending on Philip:
THE DUKE OF ALVA
THE COUNT DE FERIA
Adherents of Wyatt CAPTAIN BRETT and ANTHONY KNYVETT
PETERS, Gentleman of Lord Howard.
ROGER, Servant to Noailles.
WILLIAM, Servant to Wyatt.
STEWARD OF HOUSEHOLD to the Princess Elizabeth.
OLD NOKES and NOKES.
MARCHIONESS OF EXETER, Mother of Courtenay.
Ladies in Waiting to the Queen LADY CLARENCE and LADY MAGDALEN DACRES
ALICE, to the Princess Elizabeth.
MAID OF HONOUR
Two Country Wives JOAN and TIB
Lords and other Attendants, Members of the Privy Council, Members of Parliament, Two Gentlemen, Aldermen, Citizens, Peasants, Ushers, Messengers, Guards, Pages, Gospellers, Marshalmen, etc.