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'Index: B', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 14: 1579-1580 (1904), pp. 547-552. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=73473 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Babington, —, of Derbyshire, English papist in Paris, 279.

Baçan, Don Alonso de, Spanish general, 283.

Baçan, Alvaro, Marquis of Santa Cruz, 'Holy Cross,' 'Santa Croce,' general of the galleys of Spain, 34, 39, 185, 283, 320, 377.

Bacon
-, Anthony, takes letters to France, 115
-, mentioned, 279.

Bacon, Sir Nicholas, Lord Keeper, his wife and son mentioned, 115.

Badajos
-, 283, 300, 318, 320, 342, 367
-, news from, 377, 385, 403
-, mentioned, 488, 491, 509.

Baden, Cecilia, Princess of, sister to the King of Sweden, arrives at Parma's Court at Maestricht, 168, 175, 178.

Baden, Edward Fortunatus, Prince, afterwards Marquis of, 'her English son' (Queen Elizabeth's godson), 175.

Baden, Bada, baths of, 320.

Badez, Don Hernando da, corregidor for King of Spain, 270.

Baglioni, Radolpho, 327* (and see Balione).

Bailey
-, Bailiff, Baily, Walter, Dr., Gilpin receives letter from, 30
-, Gilpin can do no good in his suit, 37
-, Elizabeth writes to Burgomaster of Antwerp about his suit, 166.

-, Bayly, —, son of the above, English Papist in Paris, 277.

Bayllye, Mr., meets Earl of Westmoreland at Rheims, 401.

Bailly, President, 27.

Baker, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Balagny, Baligny. See Montluc.

Balandine, Sir Lewis, Justice Clerk of Scotland, 274.

Balaymont, Barnamont, Captain Herman of, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Balfour
-, Colonel Henry, remains at Bruges, 9
-, de la Motte tries to win him over to the Spaniards, 29
-, Scots to be replaced under, 55
-, takes Menin, 68, 76, 83
-, mentioned, 127
-, 'Bafford,' 287
-, sends horses to King James, 446
-, 'Beauford,' slain, 490, 496
-, his regiment divided, 529.

Balfour
-, 'Bafoure,' Sir James, interview with Cobham, 316
-, mentioned, 482, 514, 523.

Balione, SignorAstorgo, 264.

Balsac, Charles d' Antragues de (le bel Antraguet), 264.

-, Charles de Clermont d' Antragues de (le jeune), captain in the king's guard, 449.

Banckley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bandini, banker at Lyons, 387.

Banes, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Banister, —, of Salop, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bapaume, mentioned, 41.

Bar, district of, 31.

Barbary, 10, 85, 210, 222, 252, 285, 412, 456.

Barbezières
-, Mery de, sieur de Chemerault, 252
-, reported robbery and murder of, 329.

Barcellos
-, 'Barseilles,' 'Breseilles,' Duke of, son of Duke of Braganza, released from prison, 155, 222
-, mentioned, 242, 252, 265, 285
-, proposed marriage of, with King of Spain's daughter, 301.

Barckley, Sir John, English Papist at Rouen, 279.

Barckley, —, of Gloucestershire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bargine, John, sailor, 190.

Barington, Mr., 140.

Barker, Andrew, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Barker, —, —, —, English Papists in Paris, 279.

Barker, —, of Oxfordshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Barn Elms, letter dated at, 402.

Barnes, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Barnet, Dr., English Papist in Paris, 279.

Barnett, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Barre, Adrian de la, agent of Marquis of Havrech at Antwerp, 486.

Barre, Thomas, sailor, 190.

Barreto
-, Baretto, Francisco, Portuguese ambassador in Paris, 73, 242, 252, 257, 264, 278, 284, 285, 295, 316, 327, 373
-, returns to Paris from Rome, 395
-, sent away from Paris, 405
-, mentioned, 412, 434, 488.

Barrett, Thomas, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Barrientos, Luis de, Spanish officer, 283.

Barrington, —, English Protestant in Paris, suspected, 279.

Barros, Christopher de, 258.

Basford, —, —, of Staffordshire, English Papists in Paris, 279.

Basle, mentioned, 67.

Basle, Bishop of, 320.

Basse Bretagne, 395.

Bassedge, —, —, of Nottingham, English Papists in Paris, 279.

Bassogne, M. de, recommended by Prince of Parma for Governor of Bois-le-duc, 50.

Bassompierre, Christophe de, 301.

Basterode, post of, taken by Walloons, 38.

Bastien, —, Captain, taken prisoner at Maestricht, 15.

Bastille, Bastyllyon, Bastillon, 170, 494.

Baston, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Basurto, Alonso, 504.

Battenberg, Captain 287.

Bavaria, 380.

Bavaria
-, Duke of. See Albert V
-, Ernest.

Baylie, Edmund, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Baymont, -, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bayon, letter dated at, 486.

Bayona, Pedro de, of Laredo, 270.

Bayona, in Galicia, 310, 336, 503.

Bayonne, 327*, 461.

Bazas, Biron ordered to besiege, 320, 351.

Beale, Robert, answer of Spanish Ambassador to his speech, 474.

-, -, endorsements, etc. by, 48, 75, 474, (?) 537, (?) 543.

Bearnmore, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Beaton
-, James, Archbishop of Glasgow, Scottish Ambassador in France, presents the Lord of 'Albrothe' to the King of France, 12
-, d'Aubigny visits him, 44
-, mentioned, 162, 163, 148, 168, 207, 252, 264, 274, 285, 316, 327*, 392, 408, 449, 509, 523.

Beaufontaine, M. de, 320.

Beaufort, Beauford, Colonel of the Scots. See Balfour.

Beaufort, Jean de, Murquis de Canillae, 405.

Beaujeu, assembles companies for the Duke of Guise, 62.

Beaujolais, 335.

Beaulieu, Charles de, employed to decipher letters, 58, 59.

-, Jan de, 58.

Beaune
-, Renaud de, Bishop of Mende, Chancellor to the Duke of Anjou, 131, 196, 222
-, to be French King's ambassador ligier at Rome, 447.

Beaupré, — de, 501.

-, Saint-Germain de, 252.

Beaupuis, Captain, 329.

Beauvais, town of, 60.

Beauvais
-, M. de, returns to Paris from Portugal, 32
-, Captain of the guard, 172.

Beauvais-Nangis, 'Beauvoy 1' Angi, M., 386, 447.

Beauvillier, Claude de, Count of Saint Aignan, 405.

Beavoir, in Dauphiné, taken by Duke of Maine, 464.

Beauvoir-la-Nocle
-, Jean de la Fin, sieur de, amnestied in 1576, 116
-, (?) sent by the King to look for Condé at Sédan, 278.

Beckett, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Beckworth, —, English friar in Paris, 279.

Beiga, Juan Pita da, Alcalde of Ferrol, Allcalldye Ryall of Farroll, letters to, 218, 219, 226.

-, -, letter from, 225.

-, -, mentioned, 227.

Beira, 242.

Beke, Joos van der, Proclamation by, 422.

Belem, Bedlern, 303, 342, 359.

Belks, —, priest, 264.

Bellefleur, M., sent to England on La Noue's behalf, 321.

Bellegarde
-, Roger de Saint Lary, Seigneur de, Marshal of France, takes the castle of Saluces, 4
-, his object in so doing, 12
-, mentioned, 22, 26
-, arrives at Turin, 27
-, his apology, 28
-, refuses to come to Queen Mother, 34
-, Queen Mother hopes to speak with him, 44
-, refuses hostages and will not appear in answer to inquiries about Saluces, 45
-, Queen Mother offers to meet him at Turin, 46
-, will not come to any conference with Queen Mother, 51
-, Queen Mother hopes to speak with, 62
-, intends to meet Queen Mother, 67
-, confers with Queen Mother, 72, 73
-, doing everything 'for our people' in Provence and Dauphiné, 107.

-, his death, 110, 113
-, mentioned, 142, 395.

-, young, César de Saint Lary, Seigneur de, King grants him government of Carmagnola, 113
-, will keep town of Saluces, 142
-, his doings in Savoy, 144
-, occupies his father's government, 168, 175, 183, 185
-, mentioned, 222
-, joins la Valette, 236.

Belleisle, 285.

Belleville, M. de, slain, 205.

Bellièvre, Pomponne de, Secretary of State, 252, 262, 430, 464, 491, 494.

Bellone, Roberto, Signor d'Udine Forlana, 448.

Benchi, M. Charles, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Bene, Captain del (Masino), 197, 300.

Benington, —, of Norfolk, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bennett, John, priest in London, 401.

-, Mr., 401.

Bergen, Earl of. See Witthem, Jean de.

Bergues (i.e. St. Winoxberghe), priests turned out of, 8.

Berkhen, M. de, arrested in Antwerp, 5.

Berlaymont, Barlaymont, Barlemoniste, Clande de, Seigneur de Hautepenne, 137.

Berlaymont, Florent de, Seigneur de Floyon, 100.

-, Gilles Count of (formerly Hierges), killed before Maestricht, 20.

-, Lancelot de, Count of Meghem, escapes from Ghent, 38.

-, Louis de, Archbishop of Cambray, at ateau Cambresis (?), 544.

Bernardino, Don. See Mendoza.

Berne, canton of, enters into alliance with the King of France, 12, 34, 35.

Berry
-, 142
-, Queen of Navarre's estate in, 301.

Berton, Louis de, sieur de Grillon, 432.

Berziau, Hurozius, sieur de la Marsilière, King of Navarre's secretary, 419.

Besançon, 327.

Best, —, Cobham's servant, with Condé, 113, 267
-, kills Lilly, 298, 299
-, conference with Vargas's secretary, 300 his death, 352, 372.

'Bethelem' (Belem), 437.

Bèze
-, Theodore de, writes from Geneva, 12, 34
-, treaty with cantons of Berne and Soleure, 34.

Beziers, 320.

Biggs, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bigorre, county of, 116.

Bilbao, 270, 436, 509.

Bingham, —, 477.

Birague, Andrew, mentioned, 28 (p. 32).

-, Charles, mentioned, 12, 28.

-, Marius, mentioned, 28.

-, Birago, René de, Cardinal, Chancellor of France, 28, 163, 168, 178, 179, 181, 387, 395, 464, 494, 502.

Birche, John, in Spanish prison, 534.

Bird, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Birkenfeld, Purckfeldt, 373.

Biron, M. de. See Gontaut.

Biscay, 185, 228, 236, 240, 241, 258, 264, 270, 310, 336, 477.

Biscott, —, English Papist in Paris, 379.

Blackston, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Blackwell, George, priest in London, 401.

Blacons, Blascons. See Forêt.

Bland, William, in Spanish prison, 534.

Blaye upon Garonne, 351, 409.

Blienbech
-, castle of, 459, 476
-, letter dated at, 459.

Blois, 405, 423, 443, 483, 491, 492, 495, 500, 501, 502, 524.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 508, 509, 510, 512, 513, 514, 519, 522, 523, 524.

Blount, James, Lord Mountjoy, 279.

Bloys, Louis de, Seigeur de Treslong, Terlown, 287.

Bluemantle
-, 185, 224, 235, 278, 301
-, endorsement by, 131.

Blunckston, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Blyleven, A., Secretary to the States-General, fears the Low Countries will all become French, 24.

-, -, signs dispatches from Estates, 427.

Bobadela, Joao Freyre da, 488.

Boclast, Paul, 42.

Bodenham, Roger, letters and dispatches from, 306, 307, 334, 375, 504.

Bodissot
-, M. de, sent for by Marius de Birague, 28
-, tells Bellegarde particulars of the plot, 28.

Bodleigh, Bodley, ? Thomas, 74, 369, 371.

Body, William, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Bogaert, Jan, printer in Douay, 407.

Bohemia
-, 157, 159, 185, 192
-, demands by the Emperor of States of, 194.

Bohier, Guillaume, merchant of Toulouse, 245.

Bois-le-Duc
-, Germans and Scots admitted there, 5
-, people of, mutinous, 15
-, rumour of having admitted a garrison, 24
-, mentioned, 26, 50
-, M. de Bassogni recommended as Governor, 50
-, ditch cut near, 60.

Bolde, Captain, 287.

Bolduc. See Bois-le-Duc (Hertogenbosch).

Bologna, 301, 373, 395.

Bond, William, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Bondieu, Bondues, 84.

Bonele, — de, first échevin of city of Ghent, extract from letter to, 525.

Bonelli, Michael, 'Cardinal Alexandrine,' 185.

Bonne
-, François de, Seigneur de Lesdiguières, Diguières of Dauphiné, 51, 72
-, chief Huguenot in Dauphiné, 73, 178
-, besieging Tallart, 335
-, in Dauphiné, 73, 419.

Bonnivet, M. de. See Gouffier.

Bonyface, —, in charge of King Philip's provision at the Groyne, 310.

Bordeaux
-, new chamber to judge causes of religion at, 116, merchant of, 119
-, ships preparing at, 162
-, mentioned, 245, 284, 285, 301, 320, 327*, 386, 394
-, much illness at, 403
-, mentioned, 434, 444.

Bordesière, M. de la, 405.

Bosley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bostook, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Botello, Diego (Jacob Botelio), lawyer, banished from Portugal, 54, 488.

Bouchain
-, Bucheine, Bouquehain, 41, 59, 60, 83, 111, 134, 142, 146, 147, 151, 268, 282, 333, 349, 351, 360, 393, 394, 416, 419, 420, 423
-, surrenders to Malcontents, 425, 426, 428
-, contract between Malcontents and M. de Villiers for surrender of, 431
-, mentioned, 447, 525, 544.

Bouchart, M. de, 148, 295, 346, 350, 544.

Bouffart, 84.

Bouillon, Duchess of. See Marck, Françoise de la.

Boulaye, Charles Echalard de la, in arms in Poitou, 302.

Boulogne
-, Poulet's letter-bearer passes by, 51
-, mentioned, 292.

Boulser ? Thomas (Bowser), English friar in Paris, 279.

Boulter, Captain, slain in Ireland, 128.

Bourbon, Charles de, Cardinal of Bourbon, 326, 327, 351, 373, 386, 395, 423, 502, 515.

-, Charles de, Count of Soissons, Condé's brother, appointed Commissioner to England for Duke of Anjou's marriage, 386, 387, 388
-, Cardinal of Bourbon does not wish him to go to England, 395
-, too young, 405, 410, 411
-, mentioned, 419
-, Commissioner to England for the King, 513, 516.

-, Charlotte de, daughter of the Due de Montpensier, wife of William of Orange, 108, 490, 529, 532.

-, François de, son of the same, Prince Dauphin of Auvergne, 172, 284, 285, 302, 329, 405, 410.

-, Henri de, Prince of Condé, meets King of Navarre at Nérac, 4
-, sends a messenger to Bellegarde, 12
-, goes to Rochelle, 34
-, to be restored to his Government in Picardy, 44
-, mentioned, 103
-, Queen Mother visits, 107
-, mentioned, 110
-, his army at la Fère, 111
-, mentioned, 113
-, to remain at la Fère, 126
-, difficulties at la Fère, 137
-, mentioned, 144
-, Governor of Picardy, 146
-, mentioned, 147, 151, 155, 159, 162, 168, 183
-, to be Monsieur's Lieutenant-General at Cambray, 204
-, mentioned, 205, 247, 271
-, said to have left la Fère, 272, 273
-, still at la Fère, 277, 278
-, mentioned, 295, 301, 302, 310, 311
-, letter to king of France from, 318, 319, 320
-, proposes to repair to Elizabeth, 325
-, order for confiscation of his goods revoked, 326
-, mentioned, 327, 328
-, comes to England, 330, 337, 338, 339, 340
-, mentioned, 341, 343, 344, 346, 347, 350, 352
-, dismissed by Elizabeth, 353, 354
-, mentioned, 358, 360
-, Elizabeth to send ministers to, 363
-, mentioned, 370, 386, 387, 394, 403, 406, 419, 423
-, agrees to the surrender of la Fère to King of France. 432
-, mentioned, 457, 461
-, levies said to be preparing in Germany for, 465, 474, 476, 500
-, in Languedoc, 507
-, mentioned, 544, 545
-, letters and dispatches from, 319, 330, 331.

-, Louis de, Prince of Condé, avowed to be a good subject, 116.

-, Louis de, Duke of Montpensier, 159
-, quarrel between Duke of Nevers and, 284, 285, 298, 302, 320, 413
-, mentioned, 314, 318, 327, 327*, 352, 372, 405, 410.

-, See Catherine, Henry.

Bourbon, House of, 285.

Bourbon-Lancy, 'Baynes' of, 405.

Bourbonnais, 500.

Bourdeille, André de, Catholic commander in Périgord, 405.

Bourg (Burge), Captain, Anjou's messenger, 308.

Bourges
-, See Brouage
-, Bourgueil.

Bourgueil, Bourges, abbey of, 405, 439, 544.

Bourie, M. de, master of the King's household, sent to St. Luc, 162.

Bourneham. See Burnham.

Bournonville
-, Oudard de (Count of Hennin), Baron de Capres, fails in enterprise on Flanders. 76
-, mentioned, 111, 282.

Bours, M. de. See Noyelles.

Bouviers, Captain, 335.

Bowens, Gheleyn, 422.

-, Lenen, of Flushing, 422.

Bowes
-, Sir Jerome, 140
-, Protestants of his household, 279
-, mentioned, 495, 502, 519, 522.

-, Robert, Treasurer of Berwick, news from, 153
-, mentioned, 421.

-, Captain, 263.

Boyde, Boyd, Robert, Lord, 252.

Boyer, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Boys, Charles du, Captain of le Havre, takes English ship, 10.

Brabant
-, Spaniards resolve to make war there, 5, 9
-, Orange cannot desert it, 26
-, mentioned, 52
-, oppression in, 55
-, Chancellor of, revising law, 111
-, Spaniards leave, 129
-, Brabanters lost at Mortaigne, 129
-, amount paid by for soldiers, 287
-, mentioned, 360, 383, 394, 426, 429, 439, 454
-, estates of, to name William of Orange's daughter, 461
-, Council of, sends for Monsieur, 462
-, enemy makes progress in, 473
-, mentioned, 490
-, Council for War in, 498
-, sends Commissioners to Holland, 506, 511
-, mentioned, 532, 538.

Brackett, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brackford, —, pensioner of Queen of Scots, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brackley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bracye, —, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bradford, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Braga
-, yields to Spaniards, 367
-, submits to Don Antonio, 488.

Braganza
-, Catherine, Cattilina, Caterina, Duchess of, opposed to Don Antonio, 53
-, declared Queen of Portugal, 176, 178
-, hopes to be Queen, 185, 191, 192
-, accepted as Queen, 197
-, Cobham receives letter from, 207, 208
-, mentioned, 222, 228, 238, 241, 242, 244, 253, 264, 295
-, difference between Don Antonio and, 303
-, mentioned, 327, 345, 377.

-, John, Duke of, claimant for crown of Portugal, 39
-, his son sent by Moors to King of Spain, 128, 155
-, mentioned, 170, 176, 197, 212, 253, 254, 303, 342, 345, 367, 377
-, letter to, 382
-, takes King Philip's side, 393
-, receives a loving letter from Don Antonio, 403
-, takes neither side, 424
-, mentioned, 433
-, treated slightingly by King Philip, 437
-, mentioned, 456.

Braillon, 'Braglion,' M. de, 320.

Bramble, John, sheriff of Poole, 228.

Branch, —, English friar in Paris, 279.

Brandenburg, Elector of. See John George.

Branington, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Bras, Bastiao, witness of alleged marriage of Don Antonio's parents, 53.

Brasbridge, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brave, Captain, 287.

Bravo, Don Sancho, Spanish commander, 377.

Bray, —, of Gloucestershire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brazil, 412, 456.

Breda
-, Scots and English there, 22
-, men of, defeat Spaniards, 60
-, mentioned, 141, 146, 150, 473.

Bredeforde. See Brevoort.

'Breeme', Archbishop of. See Bremen.

Bremen, 246.

-, Breme, Archbishop of. See Henry of Saxe-Lawenbourg.

Bresse, towns of, belonging to Duke of Maine to be exchanged, 45.

Breteuil, 301.

Brevoort, Bredeforde, Breforde, 476.

Brewerton, —, of Cheshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brideman, —, —, English Papists in Paris, 279.

Brieres, taken by Mayenne, 434.

Brighton, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brinckott, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brissac, Count. See Cossé-Brissac.

Brisennio, Abbot of, Spanish King's agent at Rome, 185.

Bristol
-, treaty at, with King of Spain, 2, 104
-, mentioned, 168, 316.

Bristowe, Dr., English Papist in Paris, 279.

Britanny
-, Estates of, mentioned, 46
-, Huguenots in, 116
-, Monsieur visited by chief persons of, 192
-, mentioned, 213, 239, 241, 264, 285, 302, 395, 503.

Brito, Francisco de, slain, 488.

-, Joao de, de Lacerda, 488.

-, Manuel de, 488.

Brito de Pimentell, Antonio de, Portuguese agent in Paris, 491, 493, 494, 500.

-, -, letters and dispatches from, 488, 489.

Brives-la-Gaillarde, 'Brieu le Gaillard,' 351.

Brocher, Châtillon at, 132.

Bromley, Thomas, 10.

Brompton, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brooke
-, Anne, Lady Cobham, at the French Court, 189*
-, mentioned, 299, 315.

-, alias Cobham, Henry, knight, mentioned, 64, 72
-, English ambassador in France, his speeches at Paris, 85
-, mentioned, 86, 87, 88, 91, 93, 101
-, audience with King and Queen Mother, 140, 148 ;
-, mentioned, 165
-, Queen Mother invites to private banquet, 172
-, Protestants of his household, 279
-, slanderous reports of, sent to Elizabeth, 299
-, mentioned, 302, 338, 340, 344, 357
-, his audience with King, 386, 387
-, audience with Queen Mother, 405, 419
-, mentioned, 409
-, audience with King, 411, 434
-, mentioned, 486
-, audience with King and Queen Mother, 491.

-, -, letters and dispatches from, 85, 97, 103, 110, 113, 126, 130, 131, 132, 140, 142, 143, 148, 155, 157, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 168, 170, 172, 173, 174, 176, 178, 182, 185, 189, 191, 192, 195, 196, 197, 199, 202, 205, 207, 208, 209, 213, 215, 221, 222, 224, 235, 236, 238, 239, 247, 252, 257, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 271, 272, 273, 274, 277, 278, 284, 285, 295, 298, 299, 300, 301, 315, 316, 317, 318, 320, 321, 322, 325, 326, 327, 327*, 328, 335, 346, 350, 351, 352, 358, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 386, 387, 392, 395, 403, 405, 408, 411, 413, 414, 418, 419, 420, 423, 424, 430, 432, 433, 434, 435, 443, 444, 446, 447, 448, 449, 457, 463, 464, 465, 468, 482, 483, 491, 492, 493, 494, 495, 500, 501, 502, 508, 509, 513, 514, 515, 519, 522, 523, 524, 544.

-, -, letters and dispatches to, 112, 153, 234, (241), 267, 276, 288, 339, 366, 396, 400, 410, (421), (? 478), 488, 510.

-, -, endorsement by, 153.

-, -, pages from his letter book, 156, 180, 186, 193, 198, 214, 243.

Brooke, -, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Brouage
-, St. Luc's government of, 159, 162, 157
-, mentioned, 183, 185, 236, 285, 387, 408.

Broughton, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Broune, servant to John Brown, 496.

Brown, James, nephew of Bishop of Ross, 132.

Brown, John, letter from, 496.

Browne, Charles, Captain of a Spanish company for Ireland, 327*.

-, Peter, 264, 328, 419.

-, Anthony, Lord Montacute or Montagu, 72.

-, —, brother to the last, 72.

-, —, — English Papists in Paris, 279.

Bruges
-, (Bridges), 7
-, Rossel writes from, 9
-, mentioned, 22
-, expected to join the union, 25
-, mentioned, 26, 29
-, Rossel leaving, 29
-, accepts union of Utrecht, 26
-, promises help to Brussels, 29
-, compelled to receive the Duke of Alençon, 36
-, Prince of Orange requested to go there, 36
-, Gilpin hears from pensionary of, 81, 270, 332, 496, 525.

-, letters and dispaches dated at, 9, 22, 26, 29, 31, 49, 292, 338, 379, 416, 428, 431, 471.

-, pensionary of. See Yemans.

Bruins, Luloff, 82.

Brulart
-, Nicolas, French Secretary of State visits Poulet, 4
-, mentioned, 12
-, signature of, 245, 280
-, mentioned, 252, 262, 272, 273, 509.

-, -, letter from, 234.

Brunémont, Prémont, 525.

Brunswick
-, 217
-, house of, 438.

Brunswick, Duke of. See Philip, George Frederick.

Brusby, —, Captain, taken prisoner at Maestricht, 15.

Brussels
-, 5
-, enemy near, 8, 9
-, mentioned, 15, 22
-, garrisoned by Stewart's Scots, 15
-, in arms, 24
-, joins the union, 25
-, de Bours wishes to ruin, 29
-, men of, send for aid to other towns in the Union, 29
-, send four deputies to treat with Malcontents, 31
-, Orange takes order there, 38
-, deputies from, detained by d'Egmont, 41
-, revictualled by la Noue, 49
-, Quartermaster at, to assign lodgings to la Noue, 55
-, mentioned, 76, 83
-, la Noue saves, 98
-, towns belonging to, disturbed, 111
-, mentioned, 137, 150
-, men of, take Nivelles, 151
-, treachery in, 268
-, Spaniards unsuccessful near, 349
-, mentioned, 355, 393
-, soldiers meeting in, 454
-, clerk of finances at, 461
-, mentioned, 473
-, Court of Chancery departs from Antwerp to, 511
-, mentioned, 532.

Brye, Guillaume, merchant of Toulouse, 245.

Buckett, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Buckle, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Budley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Buggins, —, English Protestant in Paris, 179.

Burghe, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Burgos, mentioned, 39.

Burgundians
-, with Count Mansfeldt, 22
-, mentioned, 29, 68, 78, 108, 168.

Burgundy
-, Guises and Duke of Maine taking up arms there 28
-, mentioned, 5, 62, 81, 85
-, King of Spain descended from House of, 117
-, mentioned, 127, 148
-, Ancient Dukes of, 252
-, continuance of friendship between England and, 313
-, armed men levied in, 318
-, mentioned, 335
-, House of, 383
-, mentioned, 494, 525.

Buren, Count van. See Nassau.

Burghley, Lord. See Cecil.

Burnell, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Burnham
-, Walsingham's servant, 410, 432
-, directions for, 456.

Burr, Oliff, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Bushell, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Busini, Bussino, Julio, 129 (?), 372.

Bussière, M. de la, robbed and killed, 329.

Bussy d'Amboise. See Clermont.

Butler, Thomas, Earl of Ormonde, 241.

Buttinone, Giovanni Battista, Canon of St Stephen's, Milan, 276.

Buy, Buhy, M. de. See Mornay, Pierre de.

Buys, Paul, Advocate of Holland, 'affectionated' to England, 454.



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