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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 14: 1579-1580 (1904), pp. 553-557. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=73474 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Cabreras, Cabretes, Captain Luis, his report to the Pope and King of Spain on English and Irish harbours, 240.

Cadiz, Calis, 62, 137, 153, 228, 236, 283, 336.

Caesarea, 305.

Cæsius. See Cesio.

Cahors
-, taken by King of Navarre, 327, 329
-, King urges restoration of, 346
-, King of Navarre retreats into, 387
-, mentioned, 413, 494.

Calabria, 257.

Calais
-, 182, 300, 337, 351, 398, 449, 509
-, letters and dispatches dated at, 337.

Calcar, 476.

Calebra, Agostinho, 488.

Calis, Calys. See Cadiz.

Calmette, 'Comette,' la, 419.

Calvi, Eliano, 351, 414, 495.

Calvinists, Papists join Lutherans against, 483.

Cambray
-, 41, 59, 60
-, treaty between la Ferté-Imbault and Inchy, 69
-, war between Ma'contents and, 66
-, said to have surrendered to Duke of Alençon, 81
-, mentioned, 83, 107, 111, 127, 140, 142, 146, 147, 150, 151, 202
-, Monsieur to be Sovereign Lord of, 204, 205
-, Malcontents at, 268
-, mentioned, 282, 327*, 329, 332
-, Monsieur in possession of, 360
-, mentioned, 379, 393, 394, 423, 432, 434, 447, 454, 461, 462, 469, 471, 473, 498, 505, 506, 509, 511, 514, 525
-, letters and dispatches dated at, 69, 544.

-, Governor of. See Gavre, Baudouin de.

Cambrésis
-, the, 98
-, Monsieur to be sovereign lord of, 204.

Camigna, in Portugal, 412.

Camois, Simaon Vaz de, 488.

Campen
-, 394
-, enemy makes progress in, 473
-, mentioned, 490, 496, 529.

Campo
-, Mayor, 342
-, yields to King Philip, 367.

Canary, 'Cannare,' islands of, 270.

Canillac, Camillac, Marquis de. See Beaufort.

Capello, banker in Paris, 408, 419, 457.

Capet, Hugh, Count of Paris, 542.

Cape Verde, 412.

Cappelle, — la, 525.

Capres, M. de. See Bournonville.

Carces, Count of. See Pontevès.

Cardona, Cardosa, Don Giovanna da, coming from Naples, 61, 283, 377.

Cardonio, Camil'o, 448.

Carew, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Carewe, —, of Devon, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Carleil
-, Christopher, letters sent to, 100
-, mentioned, 470, 476.

-, -, letter from, 332.

Carlos, Don, son of Philip II, 540.

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

Carmagnola
-, castle of, Bellegarde holding for the King, 28
-, Bellegarde leaves, 67
-, government of, granted to young Bellegarde, 113
-, mentioned, 236, 252, 432
-, restored to King, 522.

-, letter dated at, 28.

Caron, Noel, Commissioner to Monsieur from Prince of Orange, 301.

Carondelet, Captain, 84.

Carpen, 282.

Carr, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Carr or Ker, Thomas, Lord of Ferniehurst, 509, 523.

Carrell, Mr., 401.

Carriel, Mr., mentioned, 24.

Carrouges. See Le Veneur.

Carse, Kars, 482.

Carthagena
-, Cartagena, Italian soldiers arrive at, 45
-, Viceroy of Naples to go there, 61
-, mentioned, 236.

Cartwright, Thomas, 536.

Cary, Henry, Lord Hunsdon, Governor of Berwick, receives commission to negotiate marriage between Queen and Duke of Anjou, 89.

-, Henry, Englishman in Spain, 132, 327 bis, 336.

-, —, English Protestant in Germany, 279.

Cascaes, Casquays, Casta Cales, 253, 255, 300, 385, 437.

Casimir
-, Duke of Pomerania, Protestants have good hopes of, 56
-, mentioned, 92, 217.

-, Duke John, of the Palatinate, his men to receive some satisfaction, 55
-, levies reiters and Swiss, 130, 131, 132
-, at Kaiserslautern, 142
-, mentioned, 155, 157, 160
-, at Nancy, 164, 168, 175, 178, 217, 247, 252, 264, 270, 271, 301, 320, 363, 373, 395, 418
-, Count John of Nassau marries his sister, 426
-, 'small comfort' from, 464
-, Rogers carries letters to, 476
-, sends wine to Leicester, 485
-, letter from, 485.

Caskallies. See Castres, Don Antonio de.

Cassel, 96, 332.

-, letter dated at, 75.

Cassiodore, 108.

Castel-Branco
-, Castelbranke, Don Duarte de, 242
-, escapes from Setubal, 359.

Castell, Castellonem, John, a Jesuit, 139.

Castello, Rodrigo, submits to Don Antonio, 488.

Castelnau
-, Michael de, Seigneur de Mauvissière, French Ambassador in England, promised money to the Queen, 27
-, mentioned, 115, 119, 132, 185, 234, 235, 245, 263, 280, 285, 295
-, audience with Elizabeth, 308, 309
-, mentioned, 337, 340, 344, 350, 396, 397
-, audience with Elizabeth, 406
-, mentioned, 419, 434, 440, 463, 491, 508, 509, 513, 514, 524
-, letters and dispatches from, 187, 188, 212, 294, 309, 312, 343, 353
-, letters and dispatches to, 347, 354.

Castelvetro, ? Jacopo, a Modenese, 448.

Castile
-, 39, 222, 236, 238, 240, 283
-, forces of, 285
-, Priorate of, promised to Don Antonio, 301
-, King Philip returns to, 393
-, mentioned, 488, 489.

Castilians, hatred between them and the Portuguese, 39.

Castillo
-, Don Antonio de, Portuguese envoy to England, 167, 248
-, 'a good Spaniard,' 303, 327.

Castres Castro
-, Don Antonio de, governor of Cascaes, 253, 255
-, escapes from Setubal with the Governors ('Cascaes'), 359
-, in command at Cascaes, 385
-, 'Caskallies,' 437.

Castro, 270.

-, Crasto, Manuel de, 488.

-, Crasto, Alonso Duarte de, 488.

Castromarine, Governors of Portugal at, 437.

Cateau Cambresis, 544.

Catherine de Medicis
-, Queen Mother of France, in Provence, 4
-, at Grenoble, 27
-, Bellegarde refuses to come to her, 32
-, Duke of Savoy is believed to have conferred with her, 34
-, still at Grenoble, 44, 45
-, 'agrees' the tiers ētat with clergy and nobility of Dauphiné, 45
-, offers to meet Bellegarde at Turin, 46
-, Bellegarde refuses to come to any conference with, 51
-, hopes to speak with Bellegarde, 62
-, Bellegarde intends to meet, 67
-, King and Queen of France, 67, passim
-, Bellegarde and Lesdiguières confer with, 72, 73
-, mentioned, 74, 83, 85
-, speeches to Cobham and Poulett, 85
-, mentioned, 97, 107, 111
-, permits all persons to live freely without search for their conscience, 116
-, longs for marriage of Elizabeth, 126
-, receives indignity in Florence, 131
-, mentioned, 137
-, Cobham's audience with, 140
-, mentioned, 142, 144, 151, 155, 157, 160, 162, 163, 168
-, ill, 170
-, invites Cobham to private banquet, 172
-, mentioned, 173, 174, 182, 183, 185, 189
-, invites Lady Cobham to a feast, 189*
-, mentioned, 196, 202, 205, 213, 222, 224, 234, 235, 239, 252, 253, 255, 262, 265, 266, 267, 278, 284, 285
-, Cobham's interview with, 295
-, mentioned, 298, 300
-, Cobham's audience with, 301
-, wishes, to make peace, 302
-, tries to bring about marriage between Elizabeth and Monsieur, 308, 309
-, mentioned, 315, 328, 346
-, Cobham visits, 350
-, mentioned, 357, 358, 395
-, Cobham and Stafford's audience with, 387
-, desirous for Elizabeth's marriage with Monsieur, 397
-, Cobham's audience with, 405
-, dislikes delaying the marriage, 409, 410
-, representations to, on state of Portugal, 412
-, Cobham's audience with, 419
-, mentioned, 423, 432
-, Cobham's audience with, 434
-, mentioned, 443, 463, 473
-, talks to Cobham about Portuguese affairs, 483
-, Cobham's audience with, 491
-, wishes to help Don Antonio, 492, 493
-, goes to Saint-Maur, 494, 495
-, mentioned, 500
-, suggestion for King of Spain's marriage to, 505
-, commends Elizabeth's government, 508
-, mentioned, 509
-, desires alliance with Elizabeth, 513, 514
-, mentioned, 515, 524
-, Cobham's interview with, 545.

-, letters and dispatches from, 87, 389, 512.

-, letter to, 253.

Catherine
-, sister of King of Navarre, proposed marriage of, with Duke of Anjou, 266, 285
-, mentioned, 314, 496.

-, Lady, niece of King of Portugal See Braganza.

Cathay, 336.

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

Caudado in Spain, 472.

Caudebec, 'Coebec,' earthquake at, 259.

Cavalcanti, Signor, 495.

Cave, Lisle, endorsements, etc., by, 36, 130, 133, 176, 267, 289, 304, 364, 450.

Caverley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Cecil
-, William, Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer
-, commission to negotiate in respect of marriage between Queen and Duke of Anjou, 89, 95
-, mentioned, 106, 208, 235, 244, 361, 372, 457.

-, -, letters and dispatches from, 115, 347, 354.

-, -, letters and dispatches to, 78, 82, 93, 131, 142, 145, 149, 154, 155, 157, 164, 172, 202, 207, 217, 221, 224, 228, 230, 238, 246, 260, 261, 273, 277, 284, 298, 307, 308, 309, 312, 318, 343, 353, (? 370), 386, 397, 404, 406, 409, 439, 443, 486, 499, 504, 507, 523, 536.

-, -, endorsements, corrections, etc., by, or by his secretaries, 57, 61, 88, 89, 90, 95, 96, 116, 120, 124, 149, 164, 216, 246, 248, 249, 260, 308, 309, 311, 336, 339, 343, 344, 347, 348, 354, 359, 360, 361, 363, 367, (378), 397, 406, 409, 422, 437, 441, 459, 465, 503, 507, 529, 530, 539.

Cecilia, Madame. See Baden.

Cely
-, Celye, Thomas, of Bristol, writes to the Queen, 106
-, captive in Spanish galley, 535.

Ceresole
-, Cerisolles, 'Reicell,' government of, granted to young Bellegarde, 113
-, mentioned, 236.

Cesar
-, 'Seaser,' Lewis, leaves Setubal with the Governors, 359
-, with Alva, 437.

Cesio, Pietro Donato (? 'Sesse,' 373), Cardinal Legate, sent to repress disorder at Bologna, 395.

Ceuta, 524.

Chabannes, François de, Marquis of Curton, 'Signor Marco de Corton,' 28.

Chabot, Jacques de, Comte de Charny, Governing in Burgundy, 148.

Chamberg, Colonel. See Schomberg.

Chamberlain, Lord. See Ratclyffe Thomas.

Chambers, David, 274, 279.

-, —, English Friar in Paris, 279.

Chambéry, Bellegarde arrives at, 67.

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

Chamois, — de Sclavolles de, 525.

Champagne
-, Guises and Mayenne taking up arms there, 28
-, mentioned, 62
-, horse and foot assembled in, 67
-, mentioned, 107, 142, 302
-, armed men levied in, 318
-, Marshal d'Aumont, defending, 395.

Champagne, Grand Prior of. See Seure.

Champagny, M. de. See Perrenot.

Champernon, —, Walsingham's servant, 414.

Champernowne, —, English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Champvallon, 'Chanvallon.' See Harlay.

Chancellor, the, of France. See Birague.

Chanfrey, Count, Ambassador from Savoy, in Paris. See Sanfré.

Chanteloup, — de, 178.

Chantillon, — de, 178.

Chantilly, Chantillowe, Shantylowe, 373, 491, 508.

Charlemagne, 320.

Charlemont, La Noue prisoner at, 419, 461, 469.

Charles V, Emperor, 457, 514.

-, IX, King of France, his edicts, 116
-, mentioned, 509.

-, Emmanuel, Prince of Piedmont, son of Duke of Savoy, proposed marriage with Princess of Lorraine, 27, 45
-, mentioned, 403
-, becomes Duke of Savoy, 423
-, proposed marriage with Princess of Lorraine, 432, 515
-, mentioned, 447, 500, 522.

Charles, Monsieur. See Valois.

Charny, Count of. See Chabot.

Charter, Edward, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Chartres, Vidame of. See Ferriéres.

Chartreuse, Chartrous, 530.

Chassincourt, M. de, agent of the King of Navarre, 106, 395, 403, 418.

Chastellet, 462.

Chastilleroy. See Châtelherant.

Chastre, Claude de la, 447, 501.

Châteaudouble, 335.

Château-Vieux, Joachim de, captain of the guard, 140, 185, 205.

Châteauvilain, Comte de, Ludovico Diacetto, or Adjacet, married to Mme d'Atri, 172.

Châtelheraut, Duke of, 316.

Chatham, 105, 477.

Châtillon, Gaspard de, Seigneur de Coligny, Admiral of France, his heirs to be restored, 116, 247.

-, Seigneur de. See Coligny, François de.

Châtre, 'Chartres.' See Chastre.

Chaumont
-, Jean de, Seigneur de Guitry, present at interview between King of Navarre and Montmorency, 113
-, King of Navarre's agent, 320
-, 'de la Gytry,' 476 (p. 468).

Chaumont (Shawmont) in Bassigni, 131.

Chemerault, Sieur de. See Barbezières.

Chemnitius, Martin, doctor of theology, envoy from Electors to Landgrave of Hesse, 75.

Chenonceau, Sinanceau, 395, 412, 483.

Chester, Edward, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Chitreus, Chytrœus, David, Ubiquitarian, 56.

Chiverny, Cheverny, Comte. See Hurault.

Christman, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Chudley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Ciron, Julian, sailor, 190.

Clark, Clerke, Augustine, in Spanish fleet, 367, 408.

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

Clara Eugenia
-, second daughter of Philip II, proposed marriage of, with James VI of Scotland, 168
-, proposed marriage of with Duke of Barcellos, 301.

Clausse
-, Pierre, Seigneur de Marchaumont, Agent of Duke of Anjou in Paris, meets Poulet, 62
-, Poulet uses his help, 67
-, mentioned, 85, 97, 185, 196, 199, 277, 373, 432, 492, 495, 500, 502, 514, 515, 522, 525.

Clérac, 419.

Clerke, pirate, 228.

Clermont
-, Louis de, Comte de Bussy, father of Bussy d'Amboise, 113, 131
-, 'Bowsye,' 132.

Clervaut, Clerevau, Clerevault, Clervaut, M. de. See Vienne.

Cleves
-, Cleveland, 52, 459, 460, 467, 476, 496
-, letters and dispatches dated at, 460.

Cleves, Duke of. See William.

Cleves, Catherine of, Duchess of Guise, 85.

-, Mary of, Princess of Condé, 140, 189*.

Clifton, Thomas, priest, 401.

Clinton
-, Edward, Earl of Lincoln, Lord High Admiral, receives commission to negotiate marriage between Queen and Duke of Anjou, 89
-, mentioned, 509, 510.

-, —, 477.

Clitherowe, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Cobham, Sir Henry. See Brooke.

-, Lady. See Brooke, Anne.

Cocks, —, English Friar in Paris, 279.

Coeworden, Cowoorden, 426.

Coignac
-, Conde offered residence at, 107
-, mentioned, 322, 473.

Coimbra
-, Quinborowe. University of, 139
-, town of, 222
-, Bishop of, 236, 242, 264
-, Duke of Alva before, 413, 428
-, Don Antonio comes to, 437, 488
-, adajao of, 488
-, mentioned, 503.

Cola, 537.

Colas, Germain, merchant, 119.

Colban, Captain, in the service of the States, 287.

Colding
-, in Denmark, 217, 417
-, letter dated 324.

Coligny, François de. Seigneur de Châtillon, (Chastillon - sur - Loing), Admiral of Guyenne, 132, 320, 403.

-, François de, Sieur de Rieux, said to be levying toops for Duke of Guise, 62
-, at la Ferè, 329.

-, Guy de, Sieur de Laval, Count of Andelot, brother to above, 46, 62, 142, 159, 213, 239, 302, 320, 328
-, his brother at la Fère, 327
-, rumour of marriage between Mlle. d Orange and, 461
-, mentioned, 473.

Collindo, 270.

Collins, David, ship-master, 436.

-, William, captive in Spanish galley, 534.

Cologne
-, peace negotiations impracticable, 5
-, letters from, 8
-, little appearance of the peace of, 15
-, deputies sent there from Gueldres and Friesland, 24
-, no more talk of peace of, 38
-, peace of, uncertain, 52
-, illness in, 52
-, peace of, 59, 78, 80, 83, 96, 98
-, book from, 81
-, mentioned, 100, 111, 129, 151, 251
-, 'treaty' of, 361
-, mentioned, 380, 454, 476
-, Malcontents capture ships from, 506.

-, letters dated at, 52, 487.

-, Archbishop of. See Truchsess.

Colombye, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Colonna
-, Fabrizio, son of the following, general of the Sicilian galleys, 61
-, death reported, 236
-, arrives at Crate with galleys, 283.

-, Marcantonio, Viceroy of Sicily, 61, 283
-, to be 'chief of the wars' for Ireland, 482.

-, Prospero, at Pisa with soldiers, 61
-, mentioned, 185, 283.

Combel
-, Combelles, Colonel, his captains come to the Prince of Orange, 22
-, mentioned, 95.

Commendador, Mayor. See Zuñiga.

Commines
-, harquebusiers sent against, 84
-, forsaken by Malcontents, 96
-, mentioned, 98, 111.

Comminges, Bishops of. See Saint-Gelais.

Commissioners
-, from Duke of Anjou to Elizabeth with regard to marriage, 386, 387, 388, 400, 405, 409, 410, 411, 419
-, Elizabeth willing to receive, 545.

Como, Cardinal of. See Gallio.

Compiègne in Pioardy, 140, 147, 341, 358.

Comtat Venaissin, Contado, 403.

Condé, town of, in Hainault, 505, 506.

Condé, Prince of. See Bourbon.

-, Princess of. See Cleves, Mary of.

-, Princess Dowager of. See Roye, Eléonore de.

Constantinople
-, 70, 170, 257, 285, 301, 317
-, news from, 323, 426
-, Sophy at, 482.

-, letter dated at, 305.

Contras, Cotrous, 525.

Controller, Comptroller, Mr. See Crofts, James, knight.

Conway, —, —, of Warwickshire, English Papists in Paris, 279.

Cooke, Charles, 215, 223.

Cooly, —, Irish Papist in Paris, 279.

Cooper, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Copes, Giro amo, Portuguese merchant, 264.

Copley, Thomas, called sometimes 'Lord' Copley, 132, 264, 301, 302, 358, 373, 401, 494, 502.

-, 'Lady,' English Papist in Paris, 279.

Copston, —, of Wiltshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

coqueluche
-, the French king ill of, 325
-, Duke of Nevers, 320.

Corbett, —, English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Corbinelli, Dr. Jacomo, to instruct the French queen's sister in Italian, 464.

Cordeliers, church of, burnt, 500, 502.

Cordova, Jeronimo de, killed before Maestricht, 20.

-, Don Liego de, master of the horse, 320.

Cornelio, Cornellia, Signor, captain-general of Italian forces sent to Ireland, 477.

Cornwall, 57.

Cornwallis, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

-, Thomas, 300, 495.

Corroga, 472.

Corry, or Pawle, ? John, priest, 401.

Corsini, 519.

Cortes, the, 53, 488.

Corttrick. See Courtray.

Corunna, letter dated at, 227. See Groyne, the.

Corvinus, Matthias, King of Hungary, 323.

Cosley, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Cossé-Brissac
-, Artus de, Count of Serondigny, Marshal of France, 142
-, St. Luc marries his sister, 159
-, governs Monsieur, 168
-, with Monsieur, 183
-, commissioners to England for Monsieur's marriage, 386, 387, 388, 405, 410, 413, 419
-, mentioned, 434, 439, 443, 447, 454, 495
-, treating for peace with the Low Countries, 500, 502
-, commissioner to England from Monsieur, 508, 509, 513, 516, 522
-, sent from Monsieur to French King, 525.

Cotsio, Torrinio de, ship owner, 270.

Cotton, Thomas, his ensign lost at Mortaigne, 129.

-, -, letters and dispatches from, 399, 404, 451.

Couchy, M. de, 142.

Courcebacht, —, Corsback, Hungarian officer in service of the States, behaves bravely in Guelders, 15.

Coutinho, Ruy Lopez, 488.

Coutras, 'Cotrous,' 509, 525.

Courtney, William, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Courtray
-, manned with Scots, 9
-, mentioned, 98
-, cavalry in garrison at, 111
-, 'Corttriche,' 292
-, la Noue prisoner at, 293
-, mentioned, 394, 428, 490.

Covert, —, Licentiate in Civil law, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Cowlson, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Craim [?], sea captain, 477.

Cranfield, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, Master of Requests to James I of England, note in his writing on 304.

Crate (Crato), report of preparations for war from, 283.

Crato, Prior of. See Antonio.

Crato, Simaon Palha de, 488.

Crawford, Crayford, Craifort, Earl of. See Lindsay, David.

Creagh
-, Richard, Ex-Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of Ireland, writes to King of Portugal, 138
-, to Leon Henriquez, 139.

Cremona, Captain of, 185.

Cressin, M., killed before Maestricht, 20.

Cresswell, —, of Northampton, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Cressy, 525.

Crete, Candia, 327*.

Crety, Colonel, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Crêvecœur
-, letters from Monsieur intercepted near, 461
-, his troops near, 471.

Crèvecœur, M. de. See Gouffier.

Crofts, Sir James, 'Mr. Controller,' comptroller of Queen's Household, 375.

Crofts, —, English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Crompton, —, Licentiate in civil law, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Crosse (?), —, —, suspected English Papists in Paris, 279.

Crouder, —, 252.

Croy
-, Charles Philippe de, Marquis of Havrech, half-brother to the Duke of Aerschot, writes to Davison, 14
-, mentioned, 441, 544.

-, -, letters from, 14, 486.

Croy, Jean de, Count of Roeulx, Governor of Flanders and Namur, 62, 76, 84, 100.

-, Philippe III de, Duke of Arschot, Prince de Chimai, mentioned, 84
-, Estates write to, 128
-, mentioned, 168, 454.

Cugi. See Glane.

Cundey, William, delivered from Holy House' in Spain, 534.

Cuney, —, of Staffordshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Cunnyngham, Robert, servant to Lord John Hamilton, 162, 316, 327*, 328.

Cuno, James, mathematician and astronomer, 487.

-, -, letter from, 531.

Cupper, J., letter from, 439. [Perhaps identical with Tupper, q.v.]

Cura, Liasco, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Curton, Marquis of. See Chabannes.



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