Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 16, May-December 1582. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1909.
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Gaesbeck, Gasbeck, Gasbecque, castle of, near Brussels, taken by Malcontents, 14;
re-captured by States, 374, 377;
reference to capture of, 499;
enemy near, 612.
Gaillon, in Normandy, Cardinal of Bourbon's house, Guise said to be going to, 91;
Cobham sends to, 114;
Gainsford, Captain, pacifies English and French soldiers, 208;
does well in retreat from Ghent, 300;
gentleman of, slain before Ghent, 302 (p. 296).
Galicia, kingdom of, English ships said to have committed violence in, 21;
Santa Cruz commanded to keep coast of, 86, 114.
Gallio, Tolommeo, Cardinal of Como, Secretary to the Pope, Duke of Lennox has intelligence with, 210;
Bishop of Glasgow receives letters from, 369;
Irishmen take letters from nuncio in Paris to, 423 (p. 415);
letters sent from England to, 494 (p. 485).
Gand, Maximilian Vilain de, Siegneur, de Rassenghien, Governor of Lille, Douay and Orchies village belonging to, burnt by Malcontents, 111.
Garde, Colonel de la, Commander of French regiment in States' service in Brabant, goes to Ninove, 9;
reference to taking of Alost by, 30;
regiment of, 180;
regiment of, goes to Bergen-op-Zoom, 219;
regiment of, to go to Friesland, 220;
regiment of, goes to Brabant, 221;
sent to relieve Lochem, 237 (p. 241);
regiment of, in Lochem, 315 (p. 309);
wounded, 413, 414.
Garnier, (? Flaminio), Secretary to Prince of Parma, signs terms of capitulation for Oudenarde, 140;
Garter, Order of the King of Denmark to be invested with, 130, 217;
letter of thanks for, from King of Denmark, 245;
King of Denmark invested with, 264;
reference to reception of, by King of Denmark 476.
Garton, William, English merchant at Rouen, signs petition, 341.
Garvet, Anthony, merchant of London, spoiled by Bacqueville, 150 (p. 151).
Gascons, hasten towards Monsieur, 187, 323;
'Gaskoynes', go to relieve Friesland and Guelderland, 335, 336, 337 (p. 327);
at Lochem mostly sick or dead, 428;
in land of Wast, 477.
Gascony, King of Navarre in, 62 (p. 52);
troops in, try to surprise Foix, 91;
King of Navarre and Prince of Bellievre about to repair into, 230;
Matignon to levy money from people in. 482.
Gatton, Mr, comes to Augsburg, 323.
Gauville , 'Govill' quarrel between Saint-Luc and, 456, 477, 514.
Gavre, Gavar, Castle of, between Oudenarde and Ghent, Monsieur's camp will remove to, 69, 118 (p. 117);
'Gavor,' Monsieur's camp at, 284, 294;
States intend to bring cannon to, 296.
'Gawnteporte', ravelin of, at Oudenarde, 118 (p. 116).
Gebbrecht, Gilles, eschevin of lowev bench in Ghent, 284.
Gelder, on the Maas, held by Monsieur, 438 (2).
Geneva, Duke of Savoy's enterprise on, 4 (p. 3);
in great danger, 5;
Catholic princes agree to besiege, 33 (p. 30);
Duke of Savoy garrisons bailiwicks of, 37;
reference to enterprise of, 62 (p. 52), 71;
account of, 73;
said to have been almost betrayed by treachery of citizens, 75;
in great danger, 73;
French king said to be concerned in siege of, 85 (p. 81);
affairs of, remain in same state, 86;
news of, 91;
duke of Savoy disavows enterprise against, 99;
affairs of, 102;
reference to Duke of Savoy's enterprise of, 113, 118 (p. 118);
Swiss wish French king to aid, effectively, 122;
M. de Chtillon sent to Savoy with message touching affairs of, 150 (p. 150);
Duke of Savoy's forces in villages round about, 167;
news from, 169;
reinforcements for Parma coming from, 185;
Swiss cantons agree to help, 209 (p. 208);
Duke of Savoy's people still about, 225;
well provided with troops. 226;
traitors discovered in. 248;
Doyley refers to his being in, 283;
Swiss request Duke of Savoy to remove his forces from, 287;
cause of, to be decided by Swiss cantons, 288 (p. 282);
ambassador of, present at assembly of Swiss at Solothurn, 310 (p. 305);
Duke of Savoy withdraws forces from, 323;
reference to ill-success of Duke of Savoy's enterprise on, 331;
siege of, raised, 333 (p. 324);
M. de Chtillon and Merle return from, 340;
M. de Fleury to treat on agreement between Duke of Savoy and people of, 348 (p. 338);
Cobham refers to letter received by him from councillors of, 419;
Duke of Savoy wishes to obtain French king's favour in affairs of, 423 (p. 415);
Cobham sends remonstrance of Scottish lords against d'Aubigny to, 424 (p. 417);
Dr. Beutrich goes to, 434;
reference to proposed meeting between Duke of Savoy and people of, 468;
citizens of, rob house near Paris, 478;
Swiss demand help from French king for injury done to, 498.
Geneva, Prince of. See Suvoie, Henri de.
Genoa, Pallavicino's brother at, 48;
troops for Low Countries at, 99;
Turkish fleet leaves, 102 (p. 99);
Salcedo's mother said to have come from, 231;
Italian troops for Spain at, 347;
Spanish king's ambassador in. wishes to levy mariners in, 494 (p. 485).
Genoese, French king feasted at Lyons by, 288 (p. 281);
merchants in Paris, king orders books of. to be burnt, 396 (p. 393).
Geoffroy, M., Mme de la Noue mentions, 342.
-, Master. See Brumen.
Geoghagan, 'Mageoghagan,' Bryan, an Irishman, desires to return to her Majesty's favour, 307, 308;
writes to Cobham, 308;
'Mac Goghegan,' Cobham speaks with, 397 (p. 395);
'Maghogannan,' French king gives money to, 423 (p. 415);
comes to Cobham with submission and contrition, 437;
requires to understand what he may trust to, 520.
-, letter from, 308.
George Gustavus, son of following, letter of recommendation of, to Elizabeth, 144;
Duke of Ltzelstein thanks Elizabeth for favour shown to, 429.
George Hans, Palatine, Duke of Bavaria and Ltzelstein or Petit-Pierre, and Count of Veldentz, letters from 144, 429.
-, letter to, 414.
Gerardine, Patrick, Irish bishop, deceased, 369.
German, Almaine, Allmayn, gentleman comes to French Court, and offers Cobham means of making artillery, 35, 77 (p. 72);
troops of King of Spain, 86;
companies departing towards Terceras, 112;
troops, Parma with, near Oudenarde, 118 (p. 117);
soldiers in Spanish army for Terceras, 148;
troops near Namur, 154, 184;
ensigns levied for Flanders, 209 (p. 209);
language, Herle sends copy of translation from, 234;
soldiers raised in Meissen in name of King of Spain, 260;
troops in Tournay mutiny for want of pay, 284;
hulk, plundered by English pirates, 292;
Zolcher more an Englishman than, 310 (p. 306);
companies serving Spaniards in Low Countries, statement of pay of, 328;
princes, Prince of Parma sends false news of Monsieur to, 374;
troops in fleet said to be preparing for Don Antonio. 383;
troops for Prince of Parma, 477;
captains to await French king's return to Paris, 482;
troops levied in France for King of Scots or Don Antonio, 486;
blows pass between Italians and, 527;
troops near Eyndhoven, 535.
Germany, reference to Diet in, 12;
Gilpin refers to his journey into, 27;
Monsieur requests Duke of Bouillon to repair to Diet in, 33 (p. 30);
merchants of, in Geneva. 73 (p. 63);
Geneva obtains corn from, 73 (p. 64);
Gilpin goes into, 85 (p. 78);
horsemen said to be coming out of, for Monsieur, 96, 100, 111;
M du Plessis travels into, 139;
banded against Netherlands, 143 (p. 139);
news from, 179;
du Plessis to attend on Duke of Bouillon to Diet in, 181 (p. 181);
troops coming from, to aid Parma, 183 (p. 185);
du Plessis goes to, 199;
news from, 234 (p. 238), 243;
Parma looks for horse from, 258;
du Plessis sent to Paris on his way to, 266;
Duke of Bouillon in, 309;
Spanish government more prejudicial to, than French, 323;
Arohbishop of Salzburg claims supremacy of, 333 (p. 323);
Duke of Bouillon does not go to 369;
Zolcher leaves, 396 (p. 394);
Cobham sends remonstrance of Scottish lords against d'Aubigny into, 424 (p. 417);
reference to English trade in, 427;
Princes of, 434;
suspicion in, of King of Poland, 468;
Gilpin refers to his departure from, 474;
plague in, 476;
like to be a great stir in, 512.
German Ocean, princes of, proposed alliance of, with Steelyard, and England to meet designs against both England and Geneva, 73 (p. 66).
Germigny, Jacques de, Baron de Germoles, French ambassador at Constantinople, French king sends letters to, on behalf of English merchants trading in the Levant, 441;
king intends to recall from Constantinople, 520.
Geron, Huguenot captain, admitted into Bruges, 69.
Ghent, letters from Oudenarde to magistrates of, 14;
States, forces in suburbs of, 15;
Monsieur's camp at, 18;
victuals and munition sent to Oudenarde from, 30;
camp near, 31;
prisoners of enemy's camp brought into, 32;
news of enemy from, 43, 53 (p. 46);
send to Monsieur for help for Oudenarde, 69;
letters sent to lords of, about state of Oudenarde, 79, 81;
magistrates of, begin to mistrust news of Monsieur's troops from France and Germany, 96;
Norris repairs to Monsieur's camp in order to please people of, 98;
people of, send to Monsieur, 100;
French forces marching towards, 109, 111;
river of, mentioned in place of Oudenarde, 118 (p. 117);
States' camp near, in poverty and misery, 126 (p. 126);
Monsieur's camp at, 135;
embassy sent from, to Monsieur, to request help for Oudenarde, 135;
alarm of enemy's near approach to, 142;
bravado made before camp at, 143;
camp at, moves towards Bruges, 143 (p. 141);
news of capture of Oudenarde brought to, 146;
Monsieur's camp at, goes to Dunkirk, 147;
people of, write a friendly letter to Monsieur, 147 (p. 145);
camp moves from, to Bruges, 151;
ensigns from, join camp at Dunkirk, 154, 164;
list of captains in camp at, 189;
Monsieur supposed to have more goodwill to Bruges than to, 181;
reference to departure of States' camp from, 185;
Williams joins camp at, 191;
Attorney-General of, sent for to prepare Salcedo's case, 192;
many imprisoned at. for complicity in Salcedo's plot, 203, 204;
report that Monsieur will go. 206, 227 (p 228);
Monsieur to make entry at, as Earl of Flanders, 234 (p. 237), 235;
Prince of Orange and Monsieur to go to. 237 (p. 241), 238, 243;
States' camp to march towards, 258;
people of, make great preparations to receive Monsieur, 258 (p. 256);
States' camp marches towards, 259;
Monsieur and Prince of Orange to go to, 260, 278, 279;
Monsieur created Earl of, 279, 280 (p. 273);
States' camp near, 283, 284;
list of magistrates of, 284;
Monsieur's camp near, 294, 296;
reference to retreat of States' army from, 300;
States' camp between Oudenarde and, 302 (p. 295);
Monsieur and Prince of Orange leave, 303;
reference to skirmish before, 304;
reception of Monsieur at, 305;
reference to skirmish before. 306, 309, 320, 333, 337 (p. 327), 345;
reference to those wounded before, 347;
castle of Gasbeck a place of importance on road to, 374;
people of, choose Prince of Epinoy to be governor of Flanders, 391;
reference to Prince of Parma's defeat before Ghent, 406, 428;
news from, 440;
horsemen from, capture Malcontents, 475, 489;
French army march towards, 493, 504;
English mutineers apprehended at, 514;
Monsieur's army near, 527;
reference to skirmish before, 528;
prisoners brought to 531;
people of, ill-pleased at delay of French army, 533;
enemy's army near, 535;
people of, grieved at delay of French troops, 536.
-, letters and dispatches dated at, 79, 92, 138, 142, 192, 270, 272, 273, 274, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281.
Ghoes (qy. Goor), on the Rhine, held for King of Spain, 438 (2).
Giammetti, , to pay Swiss troops for Monsieur's service, 209 (p. 208).
Gibbe, William, Jesuit in Spain, letter from, 286.
Gibbs, Guibes, Richard, master of Thomas Alein, 46.
Gilbart, , English papist in Rome, 137 (p. 134).
Gilbert, , of Dover, reference to letter for satisfying of, 404.
Gillis, Willem, secretary of Antwerp, 548.
Gilpin, George, Secretary of Merchant Adventurers in Antwerp, solicits payment of interest on Elizabeth's loan to States, 16, 40;
delivers to Longston copies of States' bonds, 67;
goes to Augsburg, 80;
Herle meets, in Holland, 85 (p. 76);
reference to his departure from Antwerp, 93;
reference to letters for, 158;
reference to proceedings of, at Augsburg, 241, 260;
not sufficiently regarded at Imperial Diet, 302 (p. 297);
sends copy of letter referring to Rogers, to Walsingham, 316;
still at Augsburg, 388;
mentioned, 410 (p. 408);
sends news from Augsburg, 427;
reference to journey of. to Diet, 453;
reference to letter sent through, 487;
mentioned, 490, 499, 526.
-, -, letters from, 12, 17, 27, 44, 474, 489, 523.
-, -, letter to, 10, 42.
Giraldes, Giraldi, Francisco, late Portuguese Ambassador at Paris, gives assurance of money to Signor Pigafetti, 339;
Secretary 'Moro' a friend to. 348 (p. 339);
Cobham importunes, for money due upon his bills, 397 (p. 395);
reference to letter from, 420;
goes towards Spain, 442;
terms made with, 471;
not admitted into French king's presence, 472 (p. 460);
requested to cease demanding an audience, 494 (p. 484);
mentioned, 538, 552.
-, -, letters from, 399, 407.
-, -, son of above, goes to Italy, 399.
Giron, Pedro, Duke of Osunn, Viceroy of Naples, guard of, to be all Italians, 113 (p. 111);
off Marseilles, with galleys, 423 (p. 415)
Gischlar, Peter, of Uri, Swiss ambassador to Paris, 519.
Giustiniani, Alvise, Patriarch of Aquileia, Signory of Venice send request to Pope against, 4 (p. 4);
death of, 465.
Glascoe, Richard. English merchant in Venice, 295.
Glasgow, Archbishop of. See Beaton, James.
Glasse, Walter, in William's company, 263.
Glencairn, earl of. See Cunningham.
Gleven, Renold, merchant note of spoils taken from, by French pirates, 543.
Goch, 'Goach,' near Blyenbeck. Schenck buys horse and property in, 194 (p. 194).
Goedhaes, Me Lienen, eschevin of upper bench in Ghent, 284.
Goeme, Jeanne de, daughter of Louis de, wife of Prince of Conti, receives bishopric of Bayeux from French king, 209 (p. 208;
kinsman of, to be Bishop of Bayeux, 369.
Golbe, M. de, in command of cornet of horse at Ghent, 180.
Golding, Charles, in Williams' company, 263.
Goletta, La, reference to Spaniards captured by Turks at, G.
Gomiecourt, Adrian de, Governor of Maestricht, safe-conduct for Oudenarde by, 140.
Gondi, Albert de, Duke of Retz, Marshal, meets Queen Mother in Paris, 62 (p. 52);
galley of, to transport Don Antonio to Belle Isle, 74 (p. 67);
Duke of Savoy said to have informed, of enterprise against Geneva, 209 (p. 209);
many hours in council with Queen Mother, 248;
King sends into Britanny, 441 (p. 434);
King goes to house of, 467.
-, Jerme, Baron de Crelun, Cobham wishes to sell diamond to, 24;
confers with Cobham about English seminary-men and priests in France, 54;
mentioned, 113, 122;
gentleman of Catalonia lodges in house of, 467;
Queen Mother borrows money from, 472 (p. 462);
mentioned, 494 (p. 484).
-, Pierre de, Bishop of Paris, English priests and scholars recommended to, 54;
Gower put in prison of, 149;
many hours in council with Queen Mother, 248;
promises to obtain satisfaction for Spanish agent. 348;
Gower detained by, 480 (p. 472);
Swiss ambassadors feasted by, 494 (p. 484).
Gontaut, Armand de, Baron de Biron, Marshal of France, meets Queen Mother in Paris, 62 (p. 52);
wishes to serve Monsieur in Flanders, 62 (p. 52);
wishes to serve Monsieur in Flanders, 62 (p. 53);
to be sent to Flanders, 79, 85 (p. 81), 98;
ill content with Monsieur, 102 (p. 99);
French king wishes to repair to Monsieur, 209 (p. 208), 287;
confers with Queen Mother on Monsieur's letters, 309;
Prince Dauphin wishes, to keep him company, 328;
likely to go with Prince Dauphin, 331;
receives commission to go to Flanders with Prince Dauphin, 343;
willing to take charge of camp prepared for Flanders, 348;
to conduct army into Flanders, 352, 369, 381;
puts garrison into Cambray, 423 (p. 415);
French king sends money to pay array of, 441 (p. 433);
la Mothe-Fnelon to visit on his way to England, 457;
intends to go into Flanders, 465;
la Mothe to confer with on his way to England, 467;
comes to Gravelines, 470 (p. 460);
mentioned, 472 (p. 462);
ready to come into Flanders, 473;
Prince of Orange receives letters from, 477;
near Gravelines, 487;
at Bruges. 492, 493;
satisfaction in France at safe arrival of, in Low Countries, 494 (p. 484);
good hope that he will establish order in army, 499;
feasted at Bruges, 504;
expected at Antwerp, 512, 514;
arrives at Antwerp, 524.
-, Charles and Alexander, sons of above, come to Low Countries with French army, 492.
Gonzaga, Ferrante, wounded before Ghent, 347.
-, Francis. General of Franciscans, wishes to accommodate disorders in, that Order, 150 (p. 150;.
-, Louis de, Duke of Nevers, brother to Duke of Mantua, reference to quarrel between Duke of Mantua and, 150 (p. 150);
a party with Guises, 249;
Queen Mother sends Camille Fera to make up quarrel between Duke of Mantua and, 348 (p. 338), Duke of Mantua grants annual sum of money to, 478.
-, Octavian arrives at Namur, 184.
-, Vincent of, son of following, proposed marriage of, with Princess of Lorraine. 348 (p. 338).
-, William of, Duke of Mantua, sends Captain of Alba to French Court, 4 (p. 3);
sends gentleman to French king, 150 (p 150);
Spanish king said to be compounding with, for Marquisate of Monferrat, 348 (p. 338);
French ambassador sent to, 397 (p. 395);
dislikes marriage between Duke of Savoy and Duke of Florence's daughter, 397 (p. 396);
grants Duke of Nevers an annual sum of money, 478.
Gonzaga. House of, Queen Mother wishes Cordeliers to accept one of, as General, 248.
Gonzalez, Antonio, account of his capture by Kenne, 469.
-, Gaspar, Portuguese merchant, signs bond to Captain Kenne, 452.
Goodriche, 'Gutray' [qy. Guthrie], military commissary sent from King of Scots to Monsieur, 126 (p. 127);
brings letters to Monsieur at Antwerp, 143 (p. 140), 151;
his death, 300.
Gordon, George, Earl of Huntly, might be stirred up to favour d'Aubigny's party, 472 (p. 461).
-, Captain, officers in company of, thought to be in confederacy with Sempill, 377 (p. 375).
Gorge, Thomas, gentleman of Queen's bed-chamber, takes letters to King and Queen of Sweden, 201, 202, 228;
takes packet from Cobham to Walsingham, 331.
Gorickum, Gorcum, on the Waal, held by Monsieur, 438 (2).
Gothard, Antonio, Portuguese attorney, 56.
Gouffier, Franois, Seigneur de Crevecceur, Governor of Picardy, falls upon ensigns from Picardy, 43;
companies under, go through Picardy, 91.
-, Henri, Seigneur de Bonnivet, son of the last, dispatched by Monsieur to mutinous troops, 151;
gives the lie to Egmont, 203 (p. 202);
'Beneveto,' captures Eyndhoven, 528, 533, 536.
Gouimville, , captain in 'army for Don Antonio, 95, 115 (p. 115).
Gourdan, M. de, Captain of Calais, his nephew slain in the Preaux Clercs, 179;
takes boats of Dover to bring soldiers to Low Countries, 325;
Prince of Parma thought to have good intelligence with, 343 (p. 334).
Gourmette, M. de, Lieutenant-Colonel to Villeneuve, slain by Chordon, 70.
Governor, Mr. See Hoddesdon.
Gower, John, Jehan, examination of, concerning his religion, 66;
Cobham's examination of, 149;
Cobham deals with, 188;
Cobham begs for release of, 480 (p. 472).
Goyon, Jacques de, Sieur de Matiguon, Marshal, to see restitution made to merchants of Chester, 34;
to take away government of Blaye from young Lansae, 86;
to accompany king of Navarre into all towns within his government, 482.
Graffina, Augustin, mentioned in letter from Venero to Aastro, 46.
Graham, John, earl of Montrose, 'Mountrose,' said to have been apprehended by Scottish king, 250;
d'Aubigny's party hope to receive help from, 472 (p. 461).
'Granache,' Garnache, Mine de la. See Rohan.
Granada, John de, in army for Terceras, 112.
-, Fray Luis de, letter from, on death of Duke of Alva, 553.
Grange, Franois de la, Seigneur de Montiguy, Cobham uses means of, to send into Normandy, 114.
Granger, , pirate, 430.
Gransom, , letter-bearer, 498.
Granvelle, Cardinal. See Perrenot.
Granville, M. de, in command of cornet of horse at Ghent, 180.
Granville in Normandy, ships come to, bringing news of encounter between French and Spaniards in Azores, 307.
Grave, on the Maas, held by Monsieur, 438(2).
Gravelines, States agree to shut up traffic of victuals between Holland and, 9, 18 (p. 16);
French king allows Spanish merchants to transport money by sea to, 86;
Prince Dauphin's forces on frontiers of, 100;
French troops to go to, 143 (p. 139), 146;
Parma's camp sent from Oudenarde to, 147;
French troops cross river at, 160;
free passage given at, to deserters from States camp, 185;
enemy thought to be going towards, 206;
Parma tries to stop passage of French troops at, 234 (p. 237);
La Motte ill at, 252;
enemy fears Monsieur's troops will cross river at, 321;
Parma will not allow French to slip through his hands at, 333;
money sent through Spanish merchant to, 343 (p. 334);
French cavalry to pass below, 456;
Biron passes by, 472 (p. 460), 487;
French army enters Low Countries by, 492, 493;
enemy marching towards, 531.
Gray, 'Gree,' Lord, son of, deserts States at Menin, and joins enemy, 220.
Graye, Captain, retakes fly-boat captured by pirates, 450.
Greek, bishop in Rome, Jehan Gower ordained priest by, 66;
men take part in tournament at Constantinople, 178;
church in Venice, 385.
reference to letter written from, 262.
-, letters dated at, 42, 130.
Gregory XIII (Hugh Buoncompagno), Pope, 4 (p. 4);
said to have sent English Jesuits to reside in France, 33 (p. 29);
Walsiugham and Tresam discuss supremacy of, 50;
Jehan Gower sent to hostel in Rome by, 66;
said to be helping to besiege Geneva, 73 (p. 65);
Huguenots think that their destruction is being planned by, 91;
Catholics in pay of, at Lucerne, agree to help Duke of Savoy, 102;
plans offensive and defensive league among Catholic princes, 106;
horsemen from territory of, repair into duchy of Milan, 122;
mentioned, 128 (p. 129);
reference to, as x (?), 137;
Elizabeth wishes French king to write to, on behalf of Osborne and Staper, 141;
Gower esteems power of, as other bishops', 149;
Duke of Savoy deeply in confederation with, 152;
extends snares to entrap English subjects, 162;
galleys of, taken prisoner by Turks, 167;
sends letter to Queen of Scots by du Ruisseau, 210;
English ship detained at Malta by Inquisitors of, 211 (a);
practices against Geneva take place by means of, 225:
Duke of Savoy sorry for advice taken from, 226;
does all he can to prevent soldiers from going to service of Monsieur, 226;
M. de Foix has audience of, concerning Osborne's ship. 332;
gives order for release of Osborne's ship, 352;
ministers of, place his 'practitioners' along sea coast of France, 369;
entertains Muscovite ambassador in order to put jealousy between him and the Turk, 385;
reference to new calendar of, 396 (p. 394);
mentioned, 397 (p. 395);
always ready to help King of Spain, 402;
Duke of Savoy encouraged by, to attack Geneva, 419;
mentioned, 423 (p. 415);
Bishops of Glasgow and Ross send letters to, 424;
new calendar of, to be in force in France, 441 (p. 434);
nuncio wishes to obtain consent of, to sell certain lands, 442;
in a prosperous state of health, 465;
reference to new calendar of, 468;
makes new Cardinals, 472 (p. 461);
ministers of, allow free trade to English subjects in Italy, 478;
allows King Philip to impose double tenths on certain Commanderies, 478 (p. 468);
forms new council, 494 (p. 485);
receives damage from Religions vrede, 496;
puts off the election of new cardinals, 518 (p. 509);
Archduke Charles enters into league with, 518 (p. 510);
Possevino sent as ambassador from, to King of Poland and Muscovite, 520;
supposed practice of, against Elizabeth. 538;
reference to confederacy of King of Spain with, 540.
-, letter to, 211 (a).
Grene, Reynold, English merchant at Rouen, signs petition, 341.
Grenhall, James, English merchant at Rouen, signs petition, 341.
Greville, Fulke, 15.
Grey, Arthur, Lord Grey de Wilton, son of, comes to Paris, 494 (p. 484).
Griffio, Robert, in Williams' company, 263.
Grillon, M. de. See Berton.
Grimston, , 114 (p. 114).
Gripsholm, letter dated at, 228.
Groll, on the Rhine, held by King of Spain, 438 (2).
Groningen, 'Groyning,' Monsieur intends to place small force in, 18;
statement of pay of Spanish companies in, 328.
Grosian, Odo, master of ship equipped by Armeville to attack English vessels, 213 (c).
Gruntere, Jonckheer Joos de, eschevin of upper bench in Ghent, 284.
Guadagne, Jean Baptiste de, the Abate di Guadagna, suggestion that he should be sent to Scotland, 423 (p. 414);
Don Antonio brought to Saint-Maux by, 518.
Guelders, Guelderlaud, to pay share of interest on Elizabeth's loan to States, 12;
Sohenk's reiters come to States' service in, 18;
failure of Verdugo's attempt to deliver Schenk out of prison in, 30:
likely to be lost through departure of Norris, 118 (p. 119);
threatens to become Malcontent. 143 (p. 139);
Williams refers to his service in, 191;
Sohenck conveyed from 194 (p. 194);
King of Spain wishes Parma to send forces to, 234 (p. 238);
senior member of Chamber of Accounts in, to settle difficulties between Baron of Anholt and Rogers, 239 (2);
deputies from, expected at Ghent, 260;
Scots in, betray castle of Battenburg to enemy, 302 (p. 296);
Monsieur's affairs going badly in, 315 (p. 309);
overthrow of States' forces in, 319;
Norris goes to, 320;
enemy's and States' troops going towards, 325;
Gascons go to relieve, 335;
reference to Norris's position in, 337; 338;
Italian troops pass into, 350;
army in, relieves Lochem, 358;
Count Hohenlohe said to have defeated Malcontents in, 361;
Monsieur's forces in, to follow enemy, 363;
enemy's forces in, marching towards Bruges, 375;
success of Norris in, 376;
people of, wish French forces to remain in their country, 377 (p. 375);
States of, refuse Count William of Nassau as governor, 377 (p. 375), 392;
nothing done by forces in, 392;
Norris in, 394;
news from, 404;
Count William of Nassau general of forces in, 428;
States of, refuse to have Norris as general, 428;
reference to journey of States' troops into, 456;
reference to letter written from, 470;
Fremyn's regiment returns from, 487.
Guernsey, Cygne of Middelburg seised by officers in, 63.
Guesnes, Diego di [qy. d'Iniguez], 45 (p. 40).
Guevara, Geronimo de, in army for Terceras, 112.
Guiche Philibert de la, accompanies Swiss ambassadors to Paris, 494.
Guillielmus, sent to del Bene from Duke of Guise, 61.
Guillonville, , captain in 'army' for Don Antonio, 95, 115.
Guinea, Kenne plunders Portuguese ship going to, 469.
Guion, , herald of Francis I, 507 (p. 498).
Guise, Louis de Lorraine, Cardinal of, Duchess of Nemours' son, comes to Paris to meet Queen Mother, 62 (p. 52);
dines with King, 396 (p. 392);
to be in King's new council, 494 (p. 485).
Guise, House of, Guisards, supposed to have fastened lampoon on Epernen's door, 4 (p. 3);
Colonel Stewart said to be a favourite of, 118 (p. 120);
assembled in Normandy for special consultation, 143(p. 141), 151:
many voices of, in assembly at Fontainebleau, 162;
scheming in France, 182;
lying in wait to intercept Cobbam's letters, 249;
dissatisfied with Monsieur for sending news of Salcedo's plot to King, 266;
preplexed by Scottish affairs, 324;
Queen Mother urged by, to take interest in affairs of Scotland, 368 (p. 367);
Salcedo denies his assertions concerning, 396 (p. 392);
will be strengthened by marriage of Duke of Elbuf with Count of Charni's daughter, 396 (p. 393);
fear Salcedo's sayings, 401;
wish Mayneville to be sent to England, 424;
soldiers of, speak against King and Monsieur, 441;
cleared by Salcedo, 441 (p. 433);
Elizabeth desires to be informed whether Salcedo's confession touches, 449;
reference to Salcedo's sayings against. 472;
at feast given by Bishop of Paris to Swiss ambassadors, 494 Duke of Savoy, 498:
Epernon seeks to (p. 484);
deal with Swiss on behalf of ally himself with, 518.
Guise in Picardy, Monsieur's reiters near, 86, 110.
Guise, Duke of. See Lorraine, Henry of.
Guith (qy. Gucht), M. Van der, in command of cornet of horse at Ghent, 180.
Gumberg (?), Robert de, statement of pay of companies under, 328.
Gutray. See Goodriche.
Guyenne, many men in, trained for war, and unable to do any other work, 372;
Matignon to levy money from people in, 482.
Gwynn, William, in Williams' company, 263.