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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 14: 1579-1580 (1904), pp. 559-561. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=73476 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Eake (?), —, priest, 401.

Eannes, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

East Friesland, Count of. See Edzard.

Edinburgh, 447.

Edleston, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Edmunds, —, Irish priest in Paris, 279.

Edward VI, of England, mentioned, 82.

Edwards, —, of London, Licentiate in civil law, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Edzard, Count of East Friesland, 217, 230, 231, 246, 380, 517.

-, -, letters and dispatches from, 102, 246, 296, 380.

Egmont
-, Philip, Count of, to be aided by the Guisards, 5
-, referred to, 7
-, comes to Bruges with Count Mansfeldt 22
-, his castle burnt by the Gantois, 26
-, attacking Vilvorde, 29
-, enters Alost and takes Basterode, 38
-, his defection, 41
-, rifled of money and jewels, 59, 60
-, mentioned, 111, 127, 151
-, taken prisoner by la Noue, 262
-, mentioned, 300
-, his captains arrested, 333
-, mentioned, 379, 471, 505.

-, Countess of, 505.

Eheren, burnt by Spaniards, 96.

Einsedell, Haubold von, envoy from electors to Landgrave of Hesse, 75.

Elbœuf, Duke of. See Lorraine, René de.

Elector Palatine. See Lewes.

Elizabeth
-, Queen of England, 4, 12, 19
-, marriage with the Duc d'Alençon mentioned, 22
-, mentioned in connection with warrant for prevention of piracy, 23
-, mentioned, 26, 27, 29, 39, 40, 55, 58, 64
-, marriage with M. d'Alençon said to be broken off, 26
-, letters sent her from the States, 37
-, sends letter to King of Spain, 39
-, mention of traitors to, 46
-, Poulet writes to, 51
-, much to be desired that she should make a simple confession of faith in her own name, 56, passim
-, Anjou's affection towards, 62, 63
-, mentioned, 65, 66
-, writes to Sultan Murad Khan, 70
-, mentioned, 73, 80, 81, 82
-, mention of marriage, 83
-, mentioned, 85
-, commission to negotiate marriage between Duke of Anjou and, 89
-, mentioned, 92, 94
-, marriage negotiations, 95
-, mentioned, 96, 100, 101, 102, 103
-, subjects of, 104
-, Thomas Cely writes to, 106
-, Walsingham out of favour with, 112
-, mentioned, 115
-, considerations touching her marriage, 117
-, petition to, 119
-, advertisements given to King of Spain touching pretended marriage of, 122
-, mentioned, 125, 126, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132
-, sends Stafford to France to negotiate marriage, 140
-, mentioned, 142, 145, 148, 149, 153, 155, 157, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164
-, letter to, from Governors of Portugal, 167
-, bull of Pius Quintus against, confirmed, 168
-, mentioned, 170, 172, 173, 174, 176
-, confederacy against her estates, 178
-, mentioned, 182, 184
-, Catholic army preparing against, 185
-, mentioned, 189*, 191, 195, 196
-, arming by sea and land, 197
-, mentioned, 200, 201, 202, 207, 208, 209, 210, 213, 215, 217, 218, 221, 225, 226, 227, 230, 231, 234, 235, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 246, 252, 257, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 269, 270, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 280, 284, 284*, 285, 286, 288, 289, 293, 294, 295, 298, 299, 300, 301, 303, 304
-, helps the Low Countries, 307
-, Mauvissiére's audience with, 308, 309
-, mentioned, 312, 313, 316
-, Sir James Balfour's offers to, 316, 318
-, Madame la Noue asks help for her husband from, 317, 321
-, mentioned, 327, 327*
-, Condé wishes for an interview with 330
-, mentioned, 334, 336
-, receives Condé, 337, 339, 340
-, mentioned, 343
-, her dealing with Condé, 344, 346, 347
-, Monsieur's proceedings in Flanders depend on her pleasure, 351
-, dismisses Condé, 353, 354
-, mentioned, 357, 358
-, proposed marriage with Monsieur, 360, 361
-, mentioned, 362
-, proposal to break off marriage of, with Monsieur, in order to help Low Countries, 363
-, speeches delivered by to Spanish Ambassador, 364
-, mentioned, 366, 370, 371, 372, 375, 380
-, negotiations for marriage of, 386, 387, 388, 389, 391
-, mentioned, 392, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398
-, Monsieur sends courier to, 400
-, mentioned, 401, 402, 403 ;
-, conversation about her marriage, 405
-, Mauvissière's audience with, 406
-, mentioned, 408, 409
-, negotiations for marriage, 410, 411, 413
-, mentioned, 414, 415, 418, 419
-, letters to, from Monsieur, 420, 421
-, mentioned, 425, 426
-, reply of Estates to, 427
-, mentioned, 428, 429, 430, 431, 433, 434, 435, 440, 443, 444, 446, 449, 451, 454
-, suggestions for her protection, 457, 468
-, marriage mentioned, 461
-, mentioned, 469, 474, 476, 478
-, sends Stafford to King of Navarre, 479, 483
-, Marquis of Havrech expresses friendship for, 486
-, letter to, from Marquis of Brandenburg, 487
-, mentioned, 488, 490
-, messages from, to French King and Queen Mother, 491
-, Cobham urges to help Protestants, 492
-, mentioned, 494, 495, 500, 502, 504, 507
-, marriage mentioned, 508, 509
-, mentioned, 510, 513
-, French King wishes for completion of treaty with 514
-, mentioned, 515, 516, 517
-, orders no pensions to be given to foreigners, 520
-, commissioners from Monsieur sent to, 522
-, mentioned, 523, 524, 526, 527, 528, 532
-, report of persons delivered from 'holy house' in Spain by letters from, 534
-, mentioned 536, 538
-, reference to marriage with Monsieur, 545.

-, letters and dispatches from 1, 70, 71, 99, 166, 229, 248, 338, [381], [382], 450, 546.

-, letters and dispatches to, 4, 27, 62, 85, 86, 87, 91, 102, 106, 130, 167, 176, 191, 201, 245, 263, 269, 272, 275, 286, 296, 315, 317, 324, 325, 350, 368, 369, 389, 391, 417, 431, 438, 455, 463, 487, 491, 508, 512, 513.

Elizabeth of France, wife of Philip II, 540.

Ellis, Nicolas, letter bearer, 306, 307, 334.

Ellys, English Captain, 529.

Elthorp, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Elvas
-, Yelves, 342
-, yields to King Philip, 367, 373
-, mentioned, 488.

Elz, Elst, James von, Archbishop and Elector of Treves, 320.

Embden, 102, 154, 246, 296, 380, 517.

-, letters and dispatches dated at 217, 230, 246, 289, 296, 521.

Embrick. See Emmerich.

Emanuel Philibert
-, Duke of Savoy, mentioned, 12, 22, 28, 62, 67
-, defrays expenses of Bellegarde at Turin, 27
-, will meet Queen-Mother at Grenoble, 27
-, Belle garde a favourite with, 28
-, King to be made to suspect his integrity, 28
-, mentioned in connection with the Crown of Portugal, 32, 39
-, be ieved to have conferred with Queen-Mother, 32
-, at Grenoble with Queen-Mother, 45
-, employed to bring in Marshal Bellegarde, 45
-, 'comforts' young Bellegarde, 142
-, mentioned, 236, 252, 263, 271, 300, 320, 387
-, his marriage, 403
-, mentioned, 408, 413
-, his death, 419
-, mentioned, 423, 426, 439, 482.

Emmerich on the Rhine, Embrick, 82, 476.

-, letter dated at, 82.

Emperor. See Rudolf II.

Empress. See Mary of Castile.

Ems, 394.

Enckhuisen, 532.

Engenhoven, Peter, money paid him by States General, 42.

Enghien, 151, 399.

England
-, mentioned, 4
-, English troops near Nymegen, 5
-, English subjects spoiled by French pirates, 10
-, mentioned, 12
-, States' obligations sent to, 14
-, English prisoners, 15
-, Englishman brings letters to Balfour, 29
-, news from, 34
-, mentioned, 39
-, Spanish prisoners in, 40
-, merchant of, 42
-, would-be King of, 52
-, English soldiers to be commanded by Norris, 55
-, mentioned, 63, 65
-, letters sent to, 72
-, Englishmen help Fitzmorris, 77
-, English sent to rescue Menin, 78
-, Poulet returns to, 85
-, English companies in Flanders to be paid, 96
-, mentioned, 97, 100, 101
-, English Society of Adventurers in Embden, 102
-, mentioned, 106
-, English soldiers meeting at Lierre, 111
-, Englishmen expelled out of France, 116
-, will receive support from alliance with France, 117
-, mentioned, 119
-, King of Scots heir to, 122
-, mentioned, 125
-, English companies in St. Amand, 127
-, King of Spain's preparations to invade, 128
-, English ensign lost at Mortaigne, 129
-, mentioned, 134, 136, 138, 139
-, English merchants, 140
-, mentioned, 142, 148, 159, 162
-, English nation absolved by Pope from oath to Queen, 168
-, favours Spanish rebels in Low Countries, 170
-, mentioned, 172, 173, 174
-, Englishmen in France corrupted, 175
-, 'bad members' of, 178
-, English prisoners in Calais set free 182
-, Spanish army held to be directed against, 183
-, mentioned, 185, 190, 195, 197, 202, 207, 208, 210, 213, 217
-, English ship, 227
-, mentioned, 231, 239, 240, 246, 251, 252
-, Englishmen not to trade with Spanish ports, 258
-, English book, 261
-, mentioned, 262, 264, 265, 266
-, English bark, 270
-, list of Englishmen, mentioned, 274, 278
-, mentioned, 277, 278
-, English Papists in Paris, 279
-, English ensigns leave Mechlin, 282
-, mentioned, 284*, 285
-, English regiments in Low Countries, 287
-, dealings of, with Hanse towns, 289
-, English merchants, 294
-, Portuguese gentlemen sent to, 295, 303
-, mentioned, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302
-, privileges of Englishmen in Turkey, 305
-, mentioned, 306, 307, 309, 310, 316, 318, 321, 327*, 328, 336
-, Condé comes to, 337, 339, 340, 346
-, mentioned,347, 349, 350, 352
-, measures for defence of, against encroachments of France, 360
-, confederacy of Pope and King Philip against, 364, 372
-, Englishmen returning to, 373
-, English soldiers in Setubal, 377
-, English cloth, 380
-, merchants of, 380
-, alliance of, with Netherlands to remain unchanged, 383, 384
-, commissioners sent to, from Duke of Anjou, 386, 387, 397
-, Spanish army preparing for, 401
-, mentioned, 405, 412
-, English soldiers in Friesland, 426
-, English fugitives in Paris, 433
-, English merchants at Bordeaux, 434, 444
-, Spanish money for, 436
-, English rebels, 454
-, Hanse towns wish for privileges in, 455
-, Italian sent to Paris from, 457
-, Pope preparing against, 471
-, help given to Low Countries by, 474
-, duty levied by Hanse towns on English goods, 480
-, English companies in Friesland mutiny, 484
-, English troops between Campen and Zwol, 490
-, mentioned, 491, 492
-, Englishmen in French galleys, 494
-, Portuguese merchant ships sent to, 503
-, feared by Spain, 504
-, English soldiers in Hainault, 505
-, commissioners from Monsieur to, 508
-, reference to treaties between Kings of France and, 509
-, Englishmen do great service in Low Countries, 511
-, commissioners to, from France, 513
-, merchants of, 514
-, English soldiers sent to Prince of Epinoy, 518
-, Cobham receives money from, 519
-, English prisoners at Groningen, 521
-, English companies at Swart Sluys, 529
-, Spanish enterprise against, 533
-, Portugal to serve as barrier between Spain and, 538
-, English merchants, 545.

Englefield, Sir Francis, 163, 264, 327*.

Enriquez, Don Luis, Spanish general, 283.

-, Diego, Spanish general, 283.

Entes, Asiga, 'Aysmaentes,' Captain, 287.

Entes, Barthold, 'Battalense,' 217, 246, 289.

Entragues, Clermont d'. See Balsac, Charles de.

Entre Douro e Minho, province of, 437.

Épinac, Pierre d', Archbishop of Lyons, 168.

Épinay
-, François d', Seigneur de St. Luc, one of the King's minions, 157
-, abuses King's favour, 159, 160
-, mentioned, 182, 183, 185, 405, 408.

-, Dowager Princess of, 530.

Epinoy, Prince of. See Melun, Pierre de.

Epithalamies, 41.

Erasso, Don Francisco de, Spanish agent in Sweden, 178, 213.

Ereway, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Erfurt, 327.

Eric, Duke of Brunswick-Gottingen, 373.

Erington, Captain, 112.

Ernest, son of Duke of Bavaria, Bishop of Freesingen, 289.

Ernest, archduke, brother of the Emperor, 72.

Erskines, the, 447.

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

Escars
-, Jean Pérusse de, Sieur de Vauguyon, commands troops for the siege of la Fère, 327
-, reported killed there, 423.

Escars (of Provence). See Carces.

Escobar, Descovare, d' Escovir, Antonio d'. 499, 524.

Escovedo, Juan, his death mentioned, 39.

Esens, 'Ezence,' Graf von, 230.

Esguiera, 488.

Espernon, in Normandy, 252.

Espinoy, Prince of. See Melun.

Estampes, Mme. d'. See Pisseleu.

Estampes
-, Claude d', Sieur de la Ferté-Imbault and minister of Duke of Anjou, agreement made between Baron d' Inchy and, 69, 544
-, mentioned, 443.

Este, Alfonso of, uncle to Duke of Ferrara, 403.

-, Alfonso II of, Duke of Ferrara, 264, 323
-, lends money to France, 395, 403, 464
-, affected to King of France, 482.

-, Anne d', Duchess of Nemours, formerly of Guise), 85
-, her illness, 500.

Este, Cesare of, Marquis of Montecchio, cousin and heir presumptive to Duke of Ferrara, 403.

Este
-, Louis Cardinal of, Archbishop of Auch, 179, 351, 403
-, ill-satisfied with the Pope, 463, 482, 522.

Estoille, M. d', Huguenot in Monsieur's service, 314.

Estramadura, 283.

Estremos
-, yields to Spaniards, 367
-, mentioned, 488.

Etheridge, George, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Ethrop, —, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Eu, haven of, 189.

Europe, Princes of, mentioned, 167.

Eutychianism, 75.

Euvre, Eure, Evere, M.d', officer in the States' army, 147.

Evans, Thomas, Scotch Papist in Paris, 279.

Evaunce, Mr., Gilpin receives letter from, 30.

'Evoly', Eboli, Princess of. See Mendoza.

Evora
-, Ebora, yields to King Philip, 367
-, adajäs of, 488.

Evreux, 213.

'Ezilam', Signor Ascanio, Ferrarese envoy 464.



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