Gac, François le, merchant, of Morlaix,
Galicia [Spain], Armada in, 36;
Armada driven back to, 62;
court to visit, 395.
Galle, Hance van, 293.
galleasses, galleons, galleys. See under
Gallega, in Armada, lost, 305.
Gallipoli, Gallippolye, 119.
Galway, Galloway, co. [Irish Free
Gandt, Gant. See Ghent.
Ganjah, Gengien [Kara Dagh, Persia],
Turks build fort in, 165; Persian
defeat in, 335.
Gans, Adam, baron of Podelitz, John
Casimir's ambassador to Denmark, has audience with Rogers,
75; Danes give good answer
to, 79, 80.
Garetson, Garret, 408.
Garnache, la, Garnashe [Vendée,
Garnier, Granier, Grenier, Flaminco,
sieur de Niele, Parma's secretary:
-, letter from, referred to, 396.
-, report of Parma's forces by,
referred to, 37.
-, was sent to welcome English commissioners, 71, 94.
-, brought Parma's refusal of armistice, 95.
-, clerk of. See Bassets, Anthony.
Garton, William, paper signed by, 107.
Gascony [France], 124.
Gates, Lawrence, master gunner of
Gaunt, Gawnt. See Ghent.
Gavere, Gaveres, prince of. See Egmont, Philippe, prince of
Geertruidenberg, Geertrudeberg, Geertrudebergh, Geertrudenberg,
Geertrudenbergh, Geertrudenberghe, Geertruydenberch,
Geertruydenberge, Geertruydenbergh, Geertruydenberghe,
Gertrudenberghe, Gertruidenberge, Gertruidenbergh, Gertruinbergh, Gertruinborghe,
Gheertrudenberghe, Gheertruydenberghe, Ghertrembergh,
Ghertruydenberch, Gitrudenbergen, Grettrudenbergh [N.
Brabant, Netherlands], 105,
148, 177, 346:
-, letters and papers dated at, 51,
55, 57, 60, 64, 67, 88, 320.
-, garrison mutiny, 15, 24;
Willoughby has pacified, 27.
-, States have paid large sums to,
-, stands in ill terms because unpaid,
31; threatens to admit
enemy if not paid, 49.
-, Maurice taking money to, 44, 59,
-, Willoughby has stormy meeting
with envoys of, 44; Menin
taken into town, ibid.
-, Willoughby and Maurice at, 51;
conclude agreement with, 55–7;
terms, 63–4; Gilpin's account
of the settlement, 66–7.
-, probable officers of garrison of,
67; Wingfield governor, 82, 83.
-, mutiny cost States 20,000l., 65;
cost some 26,000l., 87; cost
215,000 florins, 90; this greatly
pinches States, 68.
-, Russel sent one to, 65; he is
suspected of stirring mutiny
-, would not accept Schenck as
governor, 55, 65, 300; he
complains of this, 246.
-, Willoughby and, defeat Breda
-, Queen's letter to, not delivered,
-, Gilpin going to, 118; soldiers
still disordered, 140; Gilpin
can get no settlement, but
brings back demands of, 154.
-, attacks enemy but irreconcilable
to States, 160; would not send
powder, 183; sent powder to
-, Willoughby and Hohenlohe may
quarrel over, 185.
-, Parma means to recover, 188;
his forces gone towards, 191.
-, States complain of, 234; Ortel
complains to Queen against,
241; Holland ships trading
with enemy seized by, 254.
-, Norris and Willoughby to make
secure, 248, 257; disorders
continue, 303; Norris can do
little about, 312.
-, 100 men sent from, to Bergen,
251, 265, 290.
-, States request Queen to reduce
to their obedience, 284.
-, Willoughby rebukes for disarming burghers; reply, 319.
-, enemy may blockade, 322.
-, new alteration at, 322.
-, mutiny of, referred to, 328.
-, Holland desires Queen to settle,
329; Ortel's request about,
with answer, 338.
-, Council of State refers matter of,
to States General, 340; Norris
confers with States about, 361.
-, refuses to help Wachtendonk, 371.
-, letters intercepted by, 397.
-, Willoughby to satisfy States about,
397; his and Wingfield's
answers to Norris about, 414.
-, governor of. See HohenloheLangenberg, Philip; Wingfield,
-, sergeant-major of. See Doeres,
Geimor, —, of Rye, 146.
Geins. See Genoa.
Gelderland, Gelderlande, Gelderlandt,
Gelders, Geldres, Guelderland,
Guelders, Gueldres, duchy of,
one of the United Provinces,
-, Chimay's forces going towards,
-, most in, desire peace, 43.
-, want and disagreement in, 88;
partially agreed, 160.
-, Utrecht plan to defend, 134–5.
-, no English left in, 141; Ortel
-, Willoughby refuses to send English horse from, to Bonn, 150;
reluctantly agrees to send them
to Rheinberg, 193, 197.
-, only Holland, Zeeland, and,
represented in Council of State,
-, Walsingham fears attack on, 175,
-, would not advance Maurice, 184;
Norris to reconcile Holland and,
247; fears ascendancy of
-, was much harassed by enemy,
-, Schenck in, 215.
-, writes for men, etc., for Arnhem,
-, enemy forces enter, 247; enemy
intends a campaign in, 253.
-, uses up States' forces, 247.
-, Mörs sends intercepted letters
to, 257; deputies of, at Utrecht,
-, letter from consuls of, about
-, deputies coming later to States
-, States send men to frontiers of:
trouble over pay, 322;
Willoughby going to, 372;
Mörs to provision frontiers of,
387; forces in, weak, 388.
-, persuade Schenck to continue
-, Schenck paid by Holland for
service in, 402.
-, chancellor of. See Leoninus,
-, governor of. See Solms, Adolf
-, See also Arnhem; Doesborgh;
Doetinchem; Nijmegen; Tiel;
Geldern, Gelder, Gelders [Rhenish
-, letters dated at, 237.
-, town and garrison in some want,
-, Patton betrayed, 286.
Geltinge [Denmark], 80.
General, the lord. See Bertie, Peregrine; Dudley, Robert.
Geneva [Switzerland], 54; letter dated
at, referred to, 13.
Genevill, prince. See Lorraine, Charles
Gengien. See Ganjah.
Gennep [Limburg, Netherlands], 306.
Genoa, Geins, republic of [Italy], the
Genoese, arms against Turk,
5; ship of, taken for new
Gentrubergen. See Geertruidenberg.
George, Stafford's servant, 85.
George Frederick of Brandenburg
Anspach, duke of Prussia, 208,
Georgians, the, 165.
Geritsen, Francis, brewer, of Utrecht,
captain of town band,
Germain, Jermin, Jermyn, Edward,
clerk of munition at Flushing,
129, 291, 411.
Germans, Allemans, Allmans, Allmayns, Almains, Almans,
Almayns, Dutchmen, lansknechts, lanzknechts, reiters,
-, Guise raising, 4.
-, many join Parma, 8; came under
archduke Charles, and were
mustered, 15, 17, 35, 36.
-, rumour will invade Lorraine, 13;
Epernon will keep Metz by aid
-, Navarre seeking to raise, 53.
-, Casimir sending to Sedan, 58.
-, two Danish councillors are, 77.
-, Châteauneuf says Queen levies,
against Armada, 146; Lilly
-, Parma's at Dixmude, 162; archduke Charles' mutiny, 253.
-, Parma levied, 345.
-, Parma puts, on French frontier,
-, Lorraine would raise, 392.
-, See also Charles, archduke of
Germany, Duchland, Dutchland, 242,
-, States' envoys gone to, 2; went
also on Navarre's behalf, 53;
little hope of success, 65; got
only words from, 388.
-, Queen thinks English merchants
should not be excluded from,
-, Navarre will raise reiters in, 53.
-, Buzanval urges Queen to send
envoy to, 53–4.
-, Knibbe seeks service in, 58.
-, Danes say princes of, rule by
inheritance not by election, 77.
-, Danes promise to urge princes of,
to unite against papists, 79–
80; princes of, should be stirred
-, no good expected from, 176.
-, Parma drew supplies from, 345;
raises men in, 370.
-, gunpowder bought for English in,
sent to Spain, 360.
-, Epernon raises men in, 399.
-, See also Bonn; Cologne; Empire,
Holy Roman; Danzig; Hamburg; Hanse Towns.
Gernsey. See Guernsey.
Gerrard, Daniel, of Hendar's company,
Gersey. See Jersey.
Gertrenbergen, Gertrudenberg, Gertrudenbergh, Gertrudenberghe,
Gertruidenberge, Gertruidenbergh, Gertruinbergh, Gertruinberghe, Gettenbergen,
Gettryngberg, Gheertrudenberghe, Gheertruydenberghe,
Ghent, Gandt, Gant, Gaunt, Gawnt,
Ghendt [E. Flanders, Belgium],
-, ladders sent to Nieuport from,
-, Spaniards suggested, for peace
negotiations, 73, 94.
-, Mondragon leaves, 85.
-, artillery sent to Dunkirk from,
364, 365, 403.
-, Pacification of, mentioned, 71,
96, 97, 285, 331.
Ghent, Ghendt, William van, Menninck's relations with, 332,
-, See Geertruidenberg.
Ghorchum. See Gorcum.
Gibraltar, straits of, 395.
Gifford, Gilbert, process of, referred to,
Gijsbertsen, Cornelis, called de Pijper,
Gilbert, Adrian, English merchant, 88,
Giles, Gylles, John:
-, letters from, 281, 305, 349.
-, asks Walsingham's aid for de la
Faille and against de Loo, 281,
-, has news from friend at Antwerp,
-, wife and children in Antwerp,
Gilliam, —, of Flushing, 409.
Gilnegate, Francisco, 264.
Gilpin, Guilpin, Guylpin, Guylpyn,
Gylpin, Gylpyn, George, secretary of the Council of State, 21,
213, 319, 348, 373:
-, letters from, 42, 63, 66, 69, 87,
118, 154, 244, 274, 301, 309,
321, 341, 360, 370, 387.
-, -, referred to, 70, 267, 268.
-, letters signed by, 198.
-, Killigrew asks for warrants for
pay of, 20; thanks Walsingham
for getting him an allowance,
42, 87; Killigrew also thanks
-, asks for imprest, 64.
-, Buck tells, his business has passed
-, helps Willoughby at Geertruidenberg, 63; his account of the
-, sent by States again to Geertruidenberg, 118; can get no better
-, notes of Walsingham's answer to
letter of, 177.
-, Killigrew desires leave as Gilpin
is settled there, 183, 184;
knows the language, 185;
would fill his place well, 233.
-, desires Queen to appoint him to
Council of State, 244; desires
to be taken wholly into Queen's
-, sends news of plot against Queen,
-, gets Council of State to stop sale
of Mary Stuart's portraits, 309.
-, to assist Bodley in Council, as
knows Flemish, 315, 318, 324,
-, complains Walsingham answers
no letters, 321.
-, desires answer to questions touching himself, 322.
-, gets Council of State to write for
H. Aysma, 343.
-, States dislike, 400.
-, entertainment, 291, 343, 409.
Ginnot, captain, 293.
Gistelles, —, 270.
Gitrudenbergen. See Geertruidenberg.
G. L., 326.
Glasgow, archbishop, bishop, of. See
Glorup [Fyen, Denmark], 80.
Godley, Alexander, 408.
Godoya, Don Luis de, captain, 264.
Godron, Don Gomes de, 264.
Goie, Absolom, of Nielsturp, 80.
gold, means to keep in England, 386.
Golden Fleece, inn, St. Katherine's,
London, landlord of. See
Voicht, Claes de.
Gondalo, Gondolo, Ragusan merchant,
Lancôme quarrels with, 139; case
to be judged by vizier, 201.
Gondi, Albert de, duke of Retz, Resso,
marshal of France, 209:
-, may command army for Gascony,
-, to share command with Nevers,
-, joining Nevers, 363.
-, Charles de, marquis of Belleisle,
Bell Ill, 363.
Gontaut, Armand de, baron de Biron,
Berone, Byron, marshal of
France, 209; joining Nevers,
Gonzaga, Louis, duke of Nevers,
-, and Epernon irreconcileable, 5.
-, reluctant to command against
Navarre, 124; accepts the command, 145.
-, operations of, in Poitou, 363.
-, son-in-law of. See Henry I, duke
Good, William, 235.
Goodwyn, —, 410.
Gorcum, Ghorchum [S. Holland,
-, cavils at special contribution, 155.
-, English cavalry at. See Sherley,
-, pensionary of. See Werensteyn,
Gordayn. See Mauléon, Girault de.
Gordon, Alexander, captain, 286.
-, George, earl of Huntley,
-, captain, 286.
Gorges, —, 410.
Gouda, burgomaster of. See Lonck,
-, pensionary of. See Vranck,
Gourdain, Gourdan. See Mauléon,
Goyer, Devuyer, Dirk de, chosen
burgomaster of Utrecht, 225.
Goyland, Goylande [Holland, Netherlands], 43.
Goyon, Jacques, sieur de Matignon,
marshal of France, 147.
Graeff. See Grave.
Graie. See Gray.
grain. See corn.
Granada, Granado [Spain], 102.
Granier. See Garnier.
Grateley, Edmund, Catholic priest,
process of, referred to, 359.
Grave, Graeff [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 330, 331.
Gravelines, Gravalin, Graveling, Gravelinge [county of Flanders, now
-, Parma's flat bottoms being concentrated at, 15, 35, 36.
-, Domis' account of battle off, 91.
-, Placin was imprisoned at, 128.
-, governor of. See Pardieu, Valentin.
-, deputy governor of. See Guerneval, —.
Gravesand [S. Holland, Netherlands],
Gray, Graie, Patrick, master of:
-, assures Stafford of devotion to
-, sends news to Stafford, 120.
-, bent to pleasure England, but
-, —, Spain hoped for aid of,
Greeks, Grecians, 36, 282.
Greenwich, Greenewich, Gronewitz [co.
Kent], 290; letters dated at,
7, 315, 383.
Gremston. See Grimston.
Grenier. See Garnier.
Grenville, Grindfeld, Sir Richard, 230.
Grettrudenbergh. See Geertruidenberg.
Greville, Grevelle, Grevyle, Grivell,
Gryvell, Gryvelle, Fulke,
Foulke, Fowlke, Conway's
-, request of, to be satisfied, 218.
-, brought Ostend garrison's petition,
-, at Ostend, 279, 325, 326.
Griffoensz, Griffoenson, Grieftousen,
Grillian. See Crillon.
Grimonville, Nicolas de, siegneur de
Grimston, Gremston, Grimestone,
Grinson, Grymson, Grymston,
William, Baskerville's ensign,
-, good service of, at Bergen, 220.
-, articles accorded by Parma to,
-, success of practice of, 265, 266,
-, Queen means to reward, 292, 311.
-, T. M. Wingfield's prisoner given
-, letter to, referred to, 372.
Grindfeld. See Grenville.
Grinian, count, 107.
Gris Nez, Black Nease, Ness [Pas de
Calais, France], 104, 160.
Grisons [Switzerland], 147.
Grivell. See Greville.
Groenevelt, Grenevelt, Groenvel,
Groenvelt, Gromvelt, Gronavelt,
Grunevelt, Arent van, colonel:
-, at Utrecht: Maurice promises to
-, to serve in suggested Flemish
-, regiment of, should be maintained,
-, proceedings against, stayed, 300.
-, lieutenant-colonel of. See Meetkerke, Nicholas de.
-, Floris, colonel, captain:
-, slain, 187.
-, company of, to go to Wachtendonk, 374.
Groine, the. See Coruña.
Gronewitz. See Greenwich.
Groeningherlandt, land of
-, enemy in, victualled from Emden,
19; build 'bank' near Otterdum, 45.
-, talk of Parma attacking from,
-, offer made to recover, 215;
Oostergonians suggest campaign
-, flooded, 236.
-, towns of, distressed, 342.
-, Verdugo desires Parma to satisfy
those of, 237.
-, Menninck stayed at, 331.
-, governor of. See Verdugo,
Grootebrouch [N. Holland, Netherlands], letter dated at, 208.
-, minister of. See Michel, Jehan
Groyn, Groyne. See Coruña.
Grunevelt. See Groenevelt.
Grussot, Jean de, sieur de Richardot,
president of Artois, peace commissioner:
-, told of Dale's going to Parma, 10.
-, speaks of negotiations being published, 46.
-, negotiation with, at Ostend,
referred to, 72, 95.
-, written answers of Spaniards clean
contrary to offers of, to Croft,
-, denied promising cessation, 74;
project of, thereon unacceptable,
-, threats of, referred to, 72, 94, 95.
-, assures de Loo of desire for peace,
-, said that King would never yield
religious toleration, 330.
Gryffyth, Henry, 409.
Grymson, Grymston. See Grimston.
Gryvell, Gryvelle. See Greville.
Guelderland, Guelders, Gueldres. See
Guerneval, — de, deputy governor of
Guernsey, Gernsey, island of, Armada
reported off, 69; Spain will
Guevarre, Pedro Lopes de, 264.
Guighelmo, Don, English traitor, 112.
Guilpin. See Gilpin.
Guise, Guyse, cardinal of. See Lorraine, Louis de.
-, duke of. See Lorraine, Henri
-, house of, 53, 84.
Guldenstern. See Gyldenstjerne.
gunners, cannoneers, master-, corporation of, 226. See also Gates,
Lawrence; Payne, Richard;
Thomas, William; Wright,
-, See Hall, William; Scale,
William; Williams, Thomas.
-, pirates seize ship laden with, 7.
-, Burnham buying in Holland, 49.
-, corn powder sent to Ostend, 81.
-, prices of, in Holland, etc., 82.
-, plenty at Amsterdam, little in
-, Geertruidenberg sent little to
-, Gilpin sending to England, 119;
Killigrew's bond for, 158; none
yet arrived in England, 177.
-, Ortel presses States to send to
Queen, 133; Zeeland reluctant
to send, 152; difficult to get in
Holland, 155; shortage of, in
-, Russel moves States to send over,
176; they do their best to send,
-, can now be had from Hamburg,
-, 20 lasts sent to Ostend and Flushing, 188.
-, Willoughby needs at Bergen, 205,
207, 237; quantity sent, 210,
-, Brielle needs, 258.
-, Engelstedt would bring from Friesland, 290.
-, Ortel seeks payment for, obtained
from Netherlands, 306.
-, Norris' provision of, 313, 340.
-, Wachtendonk needs, 321.
-, Bergen would borrow from England, 337.
-, issued to Flushing and the Brielle,
-, sold at Hamburg for Spain, 360.
-, amount needed for Ostend, 406.
-, Russel's expenses on, 412.
guns, artillery, cannon, culverins,
demi-culverins, falcons, ordnance, port pieces, saconnets:
-, being made in England for Middelburg, 1, 57, 309.
-, delivered to Ostend, 81.
-, number of, in Armada, 92.
-, of wrecked Armada galleys seized
at Bayonne, 100.
-, Russel sends 4 to Bergen, 187,
-, States promise 4 for la Rochelle,
-, Engelstedt asks licence to transport to Friesland, 290.
-, Bergen seeks loan of, from England, 337, 346.
-, sent from England to Spain via
-, Navarre lacks, 363.
-, of San Lorenzo, salvaged, 368.
-, going from Flanders to Spain,
Gurnew, captain, 291.
Gutzlaudius, Dr. Jonathan, chancellor
of Schleswig and Holstein, 80.
Guylpin, Guylpyn. See Gilpin.
Guyselin, sieur de, 63.
Gwenes, L., 293.
Gwynne, Richard, provost-marshal of
Gyldenstjerne, Guldenstern, Axel, of
Lyngbygaard, viceroy of Norway, 80.
-, Peter, of Timgaard, marshal of
Gylles. See Giles.
Gylpin, Gylpyn. See Gilpin.