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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 23: January-July 1589 (1950), pp. 464-472. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75263 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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Facchinetti, Giovanni Antonio, cardinal of SS. Quattro Coronati, 16.

factors. See merchants.

Fairfax, Ferfax, —, 83.

Fair Island [Orkneys, Scotland], 194.

Falaise, Fallayse, Fallesse, Valase, Vallaes, Valleis [Calvados, France], Montpensier besieges, 203, 220, 228; he renews siege of, 230, 231; he takes, 389.

Falkestein, Valckensteyn, Johan Philip, count of Overstein, Oversteyn, 295; fails to take Dorsten, 141; has not joined Schenk, 311, 323.

Fama, Famars, Famas. See Lieven, Charles de.

Fargis. See Angennes, Philippe d'.

Farnese, Alessandro, cardinal, 16; dies, 188.

-, Alexander, prince, duke, of Parma, governor-general of the Spanish Netherlands, 120, 229:
-, letters from, referred to, 56, 197, 207, 209.
-, letters to, 56, 208; referred to, 117, 118, 212, 243, 366.
-, papers signed by, 187.
-, at Brussels, 10, 16, 20, 99.
-, demands guns from provinces, 10.
-, going to France, 11, 108, 224.
-, Lopes complains to, 20.
-, gets news from traders, 36; from England, France, Holland, 45.
-, promised to take Ostend and Bergen, 41.
-, seeks to put garrisons in Artois, 45.
-, offers to send news of, 91, 118.
-, Sannes went to, 108.
-, may go to Nijmegen, 114.
-, forbids Brabant payments to States, 114.
-, holds council of war, 117, 118; decides to kill Queen, 118; assembles States at Brussels, 148, 222; holds council on Ostend, 257.
-, to hinder Portugal voyage, 118; to besiege towns, 189.
-, Pekott given over by, 158.
-, coming to Breda, 166; Geertruidenberg contracts with, 186–7; at Breda, 195; returns to Brussels, 217, 222.
-, Bergen practices of, 167, 222, 407; R. Salisbury sent father to, 223.
-, less affectionated to Spaniards, 188; may be recalled, 189.
-, Antonio sends Vega to, 189.
-, empowered to occupy heretical Liège towns, 188; also imperial, 189.
-, goes to Bruges, 189.
-, will lead special enterprise, 211.
-, sends agent on Armada prisoners, 217; Cayas complains of delays of, 345.
-, money sent to, 221; financial straits of, 222, 266, 272, 277, 292, 299, 396; king will not pay bills of, 243, 275, 279; king demands accounts of, 292, 337.
-, Spaniards prefer Pastrana to, 222; is reconciled to Pastrana, 225; quarrels with Pastrana, 276–7, 373, 396; who attends him only in field, 292.
-, sends envoys to Germany, 222; envoys of, at Hamburg, 331.
-, near Heusden, 223.
-, goes to Spa, 224; ill there, 243–4, 266, 282, 292, 297, 299, 376, 397; reports of death of, 272, 275, 276, 278, 279, 280, 284, 286, 287, 289, 290, 298, 314, 322, 336, 345, 371, 372; has Greek disease, 279; said to be poisoned, 282, 358; not really ill, 337; very lame, 359, 371; not yet cured, 373; stays two more months at Spa, 396.
-, king hostile to, 243; sends cardinal Albert to replace, 279, 289; king orders, to await at Spa decision on charges against him, 337; commissioned for three more years, 371; conditionally, 396; sends Richardot to king, 396.
-, Menninck's relations with, 253; Mitchell accused of plot against, 263; Barney familiar with, 277; Vasseur a friend to, 299; Stoker's relations with, 365, 366; Bellamy would serve, 368; Manwaring saw, 408.
-, mutineers against States serve, 255, 352.
-, Germans will not lend till see success of, 269.
-, intercepted letter shows plans of, 278.
-, would not treat with States without cautionary towns included, 291.
-, Deventer saved Utrecht from, 315; his books revealed secrets to, 318.
-, at Aachen, 328; coming to Heusden, 384; coming to Brussels, 408.
-, Danish ambassador going to, 338.
-, Verdugo asks for troops, 373.
-, king sends money to, 397.
-, relations with France and League:
-,-, sends troops to frontier, 10, 25, 117, 132; bends all forces thither, 23; doubles garrisons, 26; preparations, 34; sends guns to frontier, 50, 102.
-,-, goes towards France, 11, 108.
-,-, Mme. de Montpensier goes to, 24; Mayenne sends envoy to, 50.
-,-, sends discharged troops, 62, 96, 211; and horsemen, 165; their poor quality, 208, 212; Mayenne and Mendoza want more, 196, 208–9.
-,-, sends League money, 64, 188, 189, 197; Mendoza wants more, 208–9; to send no more, 337.
-,-, keeps forces strong for France, 99; may go thither, 108, 158; is to aid League, 189; going to aid it, 225, 287.
-,-, Alegria's report on mission to League, etc., 135–6.
-,-, League promised Cambrai to, 188; deals with Balagny's lieut., 189; forces said to enter Cambrai, 297, 327–8; affair cracked League's credit, 337.
-,-, Montlimart sent to, 197, 208–9.
-,-, deals with Hâvre, 197.
-,-, sends forces against Henry III's Germans, 266, 376; sends cavalry to Lorraine, 324, 387.
-,-, sends 10 cornets and 3,000 foot, 299; sends 3,800 men, 311; sends 15,000 men, 328; sends 7,000 men, 407.
-,-, fails to seize Metz, 311, 324.
-,-, French affairs distract, 322.
-,-, Mayenne said to meet, 358.
-,-, may attack Picardy, 376; to have towns as pledges, 397.
-, and duchy of Parma, etc.:
-,-, sends to cardinal Farnese, 16.
-,-, invested with Ponza, 25; to have mother's rights there and in Naples, 63.
-,-, refuses papal match for son, 188, 337.
-, relations with Scotland:
-,-, sent money to Huntly and Arrol, 56.
-,-, sends troops, 202; cancelled, 221.
-,-, not sending money, 338.
-,-, Huntly asked aid of, 366.
-, army of, the enemy, 4, 44, 58, 259, 294, 314, 352:
-,-, draws off from Bergen, 2; Bergen routs cornet of, 20.
-,-, forces from Wachtendonk in Cleves, 2; no news of them, 50.
-,-, capture of Antwerp by, referred to, 3, 180.
-,-, Frisian contributions to, 6, 183–4; passes freely through coimtry, 141; holds all but eight towns, 184; has many intelligences there, 190.
-,-, importance of Groningen to, 6.
-,-, may attack Lillo, etc., 10.
-,-, provinces asked to supply guns for, 10.
-,-, stayed long in Flanders, 14, 39.
-,-, threatened Ostend, 14.
-,-, troops going to Spain, 16, 132, 289, 328, 339.
-,-, makes no preparations, 20; inactive, 65, 99, 114.
-,-, disorders in, 20, 166; ‘as raw and untrained as ours’, 158.
-,-, four German regiments discharged, 26; re-enlisted, 50; enlisted by League, 62, 96.
-,-, strong around Bergen, 40; means to surprise it, 99; besets it closely, 106; Spaniards and Italians to replace Walloons, 108; will besiege it, 117, 123, 132.
-,-, to garrison Artois, 45.
-,-, Germans near Rheinberg discharged, 64.
-,-, some go to Luxembourg, 65, 188, 196.
-,-, many English have deserted to, 77.
-,-, may attack Ostend, 99; will try to surprise it, 102; la Motte prepares, 118; will besiege it, 123.
-,-, Antwerp preparations, 102; will attack islands, 114; or Utrecht, 114, 141.
-,-, Schenk routs company of, 114, 116; he practises with, 196.
-,-, forces sent to Savoy, 117, 132.
-,-, Russell paid spies on, 118.
-,-, routs Maurice's troop, 141, 148; tries to cut off Overstein, 141.
-,-, States' orders about deserters to, 142.
-,-, Geertruidenberg will yield to, rather than to States, 142, 154, 156, 159, 166, 171, 206.
-,-, musters at Antwerp, etc., 148.
-,-, strong near Geertruidenberg, 154; forces sent thither, 166, 171, 189.
-,-, Geertruidenberg siege invites attack by, 155, 167, 169; it ‘waked the sleeping dog,’ 218.
-,-, gathers at Breda, 156, 166.
-,-, gathers at Deventer, 156; forces go to Gelderland, 188, 224.
-,-, will attack Bergen and islands, 157, 185, 196, 200; strong there, 167.
-,-, preparations in Flanders, 158; will attack Ostend, 167, 189, 198; failed to surprise it, 185, 199, 200, 202, 209, 211, 218, 221.
-,-, Geertruidenberg refused aid against, 159.
-,-, Geertruidenberg does not answer signals of, 168; it may yield to, 174; Bodley warns Wingfield not to yield to, 195; Queen urges it not to yield to, 213.
-,-, Geertruidenberg treats with, 182, 195, 211; it answers signals of, 195; it yields to, 186–7, 200; States' placart on it, 205–7.
-,-, Spaniards mutiny, 188.
-,-, march towards coast, 189.
-,-, Bergen disorders invite attack by, 204, 262; will attack it, 223, 225.
-,-, Mansfelt enters Geertruidenberg, 204, 221; Walloon garrison put in it, 217.
-,-, States' troops fled from, 218.
-,-, Holland towns parley with, 221; they may yield to, 271–2; plots to betray them to, 286.
-,-, will besiege Heusden, 222; repulsed near it, 223; routs troops from it, 243, 272; some march towards Flanders, 258.
-,-, will attack Zeeland, 224; loss of Geertruidenberg exposes Holland to, 235.
-,-, prepares against Ostend, 224; large forces near it, 226; Conway suspected of dealing with, 227; Flanders urges attack on Ostend, 235, 251.
-,-, sea worse danger to Ostend than, 243; Ostend burghers run to, 246, 260.
-,-, Brabant forces going towards Ostend, 245; Council warns
-,-, Conway, 248; great preparations, 257, 260; defeats force from Ostend, 257–8, 269; fails to surprise town, 265; Conway thinks siege unlikely, 266.
-,-, commanders meet at Brussels, 257.
-,-, mostly engaged at Heusden, 266; besieges it, 269; plans, etc., of, 270–1, 278.
-,-, value of Ostend against, 268–9, 300.
-,-, takes Douveren fort, 271; blockades Heusden, 276, 286; Mansfelt near it, 292.
-,-, batters Blienbeck, 271, 276, 311; ready to mutiny, 280, 324; Blienbeck in danger, 322; it yields to, 338, 391.
-,-, blockades Rheinberg, 271.
-,-, many desert, 272, 312; dwindles, 277.
-,-, Ostend captains deal with, 272; Suderman accused of dealing with, 301.
-,-, Bergen harasses, 272; daily braves Bergen, 339.
-,-, Spaniards and Italians quarrel, 275, 284.
-,-, approaches Bommel, 276, 323; takes Hemert, 279, 287, 295, 322; routs Bommel forces, 311.
-,-, again fails at Ostend, 276; will again attack it, 283, 284, 287; Flanders pays, 284, 312; threatens Ostend, 293, 327.
-,-, forces near Heusden mutiny, 280; unpaid, 292, 339; garrisons mutiny, 299; all likely to mutiny, 312, 338, 396.
-,-, will be more active in summer, 283, 310; poor prospects of, after this summer, 312.
-,-, cavalry at Cambrai, 297.
-,-, forces near Trier, 299.
-,-, bridges river near Heusden, 299; floods, etc., drive back, 311, 328; does little 322, 323; Heusden sate against, 322; forces from Blienbeck join, 339.
-,-, States should appoint master of espials upon, 306.
-,-, States should keep towns supplied against, 307.
-,-, 1588 siege of Bergen by, referred to, 309.
-,-, forces to go Lorraine, 324; to Luxembourg, 328; to Spain, 339.
-,-, garrisons oppress Brabant, 339.
-,-, Schenk repulses, at Rees, 339, 380, 391; close to him, 373; reinforced, 391; Schenk revictuals Rheinberg, 391, 400; surrounds Schenk, 397.
-,-, Count William's successes against, 344, 392; Verdugo seeks reinforcements, 373.
-,-, marches against Ostend, 356, 371; retires, 372.
-,-, prepares bridges near Heusden, 373; takes Brakel and Poieroyen, 380, 384; repulsed at Herwijnen, 381, 384, 391–2; seeks to cross rivers, 385, 390, 391; fortifies Hemert, Brakel, etc., 391–2.
-,-, takes field against isles and Heusden, 396; goes to Gelderland, 397; may get footing in Holland, 400; Brabant garrisons join, 401; to take Heusden and cross rivers, 406, 407.
-,-, auditor of, 263.
-,-, proveedor of, 337.
-,-, veedor of. See Tassis, Juan Batista de.
-,-, victuallers of, 396, 401.
-,-, English in. See Breye, Henry; Heath, Thomas; Stanley, Sir William; Stoker, George; Tresham, William.
-, naval forces of:
-,-, take boats between Holland and Zeeland, 65.
-,-, off Tergoes, 114.
-,-, freebooters, 211.
-,-, Dordrecht ships desert to, 272.
-,-, number and position of, 296.
-,-, blockade Ostend, 298.
-,-, of Nijmwegen, 323.
-,-, on Rhine, 339, 400.
-,-, near Heusden, 406, 407.
-,-, See also Dunkirk.
-,-, council of, 396.
-, court of, 118:
-,-, Guises mourned at, 10.
-,-, Flemish spy at, 117.
-,-, Mitchell at, 312.
-,-, nobles do not come to, 396.
-,-, mother of. See Parma, Margaret of. post of, 263.
-,-, secretary of. See Massi, Cosmo.

-, Ranuccio, prince of Parma, eldest son of Alexander, may marry archduke Charles' daughter, 26; will not marry Pope's niece, 188, 337.

Farrand, Pharond, Dr. William, 150.

Femersiun. See Fermsium.

Feodor I, Theodor, Ivanovitch, tsar, emperor, of Russia, the Muscovite:
-, letter from, 246.
-, joins Maximilian, 12.
-, report of death of, 50.
-, answer to Fletcher by, on trade, etc., 246–7.

Ferdinand, archduke of Austria, 303.

Feret, Ferat, Pasha, Bassa, Turkish general, 402; attacks Ganjah, 12; rejects Persian peace overtures, 62; to be governor of Hungary, 63.

Ferlax. See Fairfax.

Fermsium, Femersiun [Groningen, Netherlands], 392.

Fernesley, Mr., English exile, 367.

Ferrara, duchy of [Italy], Pope to tax clergy of, 49; Gondi goes to, 49; news from, 62.

-, duke of. See Este, Alfonso II d'.

Ferren. See Furnes.

Ferté, la. See de la Fert é.

Fervakis, Fervaques. See Hautemer, Guillaume de.

Fetkoepers. See Vetkoopers.

Feytsma, Jelger van, 3.

Fez, Fesse [N. Africa], 90.

-, king of. See Mulay Ahmed el Mansour.

Fifer. See Pfyffer.

Figliazzi, Gian Galleazzo, the knight, Tuscan ambassador to Spain, peace suggestions through, 304.

Fireslott, Firshot. See Vireslott.

Fischett, —, 408.
-, fish and fisheries:
-,-, Spain—Artois trade in, through Calais, 35.
-,-, of Ostend, 91, 268; weather and enemy interrupt it, 298; could supply England, 370.
-,-, French Newfoundland, 151, 361.
-,-, importance of, to United Provinces, 256, 296; of Holland and Zeeland, 294.
-,-, English seize Vigo boats, 273. duties on, 370. hake, 152.
-,-, salt herrings, 35, 320, 321.

Flanders, county of, 3, 10, 114, 279, 329:
-, attack on, suggested, 8, 37, 41; fears attack, 166; French wish Queen to attack, 376.
-, long stay of enemy army in, 14; menaced cautionary towns, 39.
-, Mme, de Montpensier goes to, 24.
-, nobles go to Spain from, 36.
-, signed Treaty with Queen, 91, 370; Queen needs security for debts due by, 239; should be represented in States General, 239, 307.
-, Protestants in, 91, 370.
-, towns weakly held, 158; forces go to Parma from, 204.
-, no ships prepare in, 211; twenty warships in, 296.
-, money sent from Spain to, 221.
-, urges attack on Ostend, 235, 257, 276; offers grant for it, 248, 251, 284, 312; preparations in, 248, 265; Heusden forces go towards, 258; value of Ostend against, 268, 300; forces gather in, 371; but return to Brabant, 372.
-, States made Maurice governor of, 237.
-, news from, 292.
-, brandschattingen of, 294.
-, la Motte to stay in, 297.
-, Çayas would send to, 345.
-, reports in, of Queen's death, 409.

-, States of, 248, 257.

-, Four Members of, 224.

Fleming, Flemming, Flemynge, John, 161.

-, Thomas, 369.

Flemings:
-, one brings news of plot against Queen, 117, 118, 119, 131.
-, bring news of Armada's return, 221.
-, Stanley would enlist, 338.
-, at Pontoise, 386.
-, See also Martens, Giles; Rolffe, Arnold; Suderman, William.

Fletcher, Geoffrey, of W. Knolly's troop, 181.

-, Dr. Giles, ambassador to Russia, Tsar's answer to, 246–7.

Flicke, Flicq, Robert, captain of Merchant Royal, complaints of piracies of, 53, 150, 160–1.

Florence, Florens, duchy of [Italy]:
-, Grand Duke at, 26.
-, merchants of, may leave Lyons, 49.
-, Gondi goes to, 49; le Mans, etc., at, 326, 376.
-, Medan founder of, 70.
-, Griffith at, 291.
-, Spanish levies in, 326.
-, Standen at, 367.
-, duke of, 252. See also Medici, Ferdinand I de.

Flushing, Flising, Fluschyng, Flushinge, Flushingh, Flussching, Flusschyng, Flusshing, Flusshinge, Flussinge, Flussyng, Vlishing, Vlishinge, Vlisshing, Vlisshinge, Vlisshinges, Vlissinges, Vlusshinge [Zeeland, Netherlands], 122:
-, letters dated at, 12, 55, 98, 154, 158, 170, 198, 201, 226, 243, 249, 253, 263, 275, 284, 287, 300, 314, 327, 337, 349, 356, 368, 371, 374.
-, T. M.Wingfield tried at, 125, 332.
-, Gilpins boy weatherbound at, 155.
-, States mean to recover, 222.
-, Maurice will visit, 336.
-, fortifications of, 170, 257.
-, garrison of:
-,-, can spare none for Bergen and Ostend, 37; States order men thither from, 65; to send men to Bergen, 72, 106.
-,-, Portugal withdrawals weaken, 55; note of bands going from, 71–2; they have gone, 98.
-,-, States protest at size of, 76, 314; reinforced after Sluys lost, 143.
-,-, needs more men, 98; should not be reduced, 275; Borlas asks for 400 men for, 284, 314.
-,-, can spare none for Ostend, 248; States want men for Ostend from, 287; two bands ordered to Ostend, 293; cannot spare a man, 327.
-,-, town requests about, 257.
-,-, quarrel with Zeeland over Vasseur's arrest, 300, 310, 322; Bodley seeks to appease, 311; Zeeland complains to Queen of, 313; and will not hand Vasseur over to, 314; he sought to concentrate all English forces in, 338.
-,-, some would set Errington against Borlas, 337.
-,-, instructions for R. Sidney about, 343–4.
-,-, to have church for Anglican service, 344.
-,-, Udall's band sent to, 349, 372.
-,-, alteration of officers expected, 371.
-,-, notes for return of bands from Portugal to, 376–7, 382.
-,-, C. of S. asks, for men for Heusden, 385, 390, 391, 397; Borlas refuses, 393, 397.
-,-, creditors of, in England, 18; Randolph and Wingfield's debts, 170.
-,-, payments to, 175, 176; petition of, for pay and against landings by poll, 190–1; magistrates' requests on pay of, 170; abbreviates of checks on, 174, 249; checks claimed by States on, 250; extra dead pays allowed officers in, 32, 61.
-,-, estimate of victuals at, 308.
-,-, notes of bands in, 72, 138; six cautionary, eight auxiliary bands in, 377.
-,-, abbreviate of muster of, 215–6; referred to, 249.
-,-, musters abuses in, 65, 82; captains absent, 98,158; Borlas musters, 226, 242; this falsely shows bands full, 281; bands weak, 284, 314; Heigham's account of strength of, 300; nine bands really not more than seven, 349; to be mustered again, 377.
-,-, cannoneers in, 170, 175, 215–6.
-,-, captains and companies in. See Browne, William; Darcy, Francis; Dennis, Maurice; Drury, Sir William; Errington, Nicholas; Fulford, Richard; Hart, Richard; Hendar, Degory; Littleton, Francis; Randolph, Avery; Russell, Sir William; Sherley, Sir Thomas; Udall, Sir Edmund; Wingfield, Richard; Wingfield, Thomas Maria.
-,-, clerk of munition in. See Germain, Edward.
-,-, commissary of musters in, 170. See also Digges, James; Heigham, Arthur.
-,-, gentleman porter at. See Astell, Henry; Dennis, Maurice.
-,-, governor of, 198, 243; to be changed, 46; one should be appointed, 314. See also Russell, Sir William; Sidney, Sir Philip; Sidney, Sir Robert.
-,-, lieutenant-governor of, 170, 198. See also Borlas, William; Errington, Nicholas.
-,-, marshal of, 170. See also Borlas, William.
-,-, preacher, minister, in, 61, 170, 249.
-,-, provost-marshal of, 170. See also Manchester, Robert.
-,-, sergeant-major of, 170. See also Dennis, Maurice.
-,-, deputy-treasurer at. See Keynell, Christopher; Meredith, William.
-,-, water-bailiff of. See Burnham, Edward.
-,-, See also cautionary towns.
-, inhabitants and magistrates of:
-,-, letters from, 169, 198, 368; letters to, referred to, 169.
-,-, apostilles to requests of, referred to, 143.
-,-, friendly to English, 157, 200, 314.
-,-, requests of, to Russell, 169–70; complain to Queen of piracies, 198; Ortel asks reply to, 210; requests of, to Queen, 257.
-,-, trade privileges in England of, 170, 257; confirmed, 343.
-,-, trade with enemy, 268, 296.
-,-, wish for Russell's return, 287.
-,-, garrison threatens, over Vasseur, 313; Borlas complains of busy-headed fellows at, 314, 327.
-,-, Sidney's instructions about, 343–4.
-,-, bailiff of, 257.
-,-, baker of. See Anderson, Joyce.
-,-, 1st burgomaster of. See Pieterss., Jan.
-,-, ferridor of, 257.
-,-, merchants of. See Bauwensz., Jan and Jasper and Leyn; Bouwensz., Bouwen; Cocq, Jan Pieterss.; Dane, Balten Adriaen; Leynssz., Cornells and Peter; Wachter, Pieter de.
-,-, secretary of. See Oillaerts, Adrian.
-,-, ships of, seized by English, 161, 162, 170, 198, 257; preparing: guns sought in England for, 170, 253, 368. See also Honde; Roben; Sampson.
-,-, shipmasters of. See Adriaensz., Aelbrecht; Cleentken, Martin Simonss.; Fransz., Martin; Hontehuse, Giles van; Martson, Adrian.

Fontaine-Martell, captain, of Rouen, 203.

Fontes, county of. See Azevedo, Pedro Enriquez d'.

Fonti, Antonio di, letter to, 104.

forage, 156, 239, 324:
-, hay, 101, 243, 244; J. Burgh's horses pledged for, 59; scarce at Bergen, 324.
-, straw, 101; J. Burgh's horses pledged for, 59; sent to Ostend, 198; at Ostond, 267; scarce at Bergen, 324.

Forbisher. See Frobisher.

Force, de. See Caumont. Jacques Nompar de.

Forgit. See Angernnes, Philippe d'.

Fort, le. See. du Faur, Jean.

Fortescue, Sir John, privy councillor, letters and papers signed by, 293, 398, 400.

Fosse, William, deputy-treasurer at Bommel, 259.

Fougasse, M. de, 248.

Fouquerolles, Fouqueralles, Pierre do, captain, 334.

Fowey, Foye [co. Cornwall], 152.

Fowkers. See Fuggers.

Fragée, Katerine la, 359.

France and the French, 123, 152, 212, 224, 326, 352:
-, Holland welcomes news from, 1; Brabant mourns at it, 10; it encourages States, 58.
-, Aysma went to, 3.
-, Guises dangerous to, 7; they promised, to Spain, 26; their papers concerned only, 93.
-, Venetian news from, 14–5, 24, 47–8, 62–3.
-, Roman news from, 16, 19, 25.
-, occurrents from, 32–3, 236, 285.
-, Parma gets news of Drake from, 45.
-, Antwerp news from, 50.
-, Spain caused troubles in, 66; offers Pope share in, 201.
-, singeries done in, 73; frantic nature of, 335; ‘légérité’ in, 404.
-, Wootton going to, 91, 97.
-, Lorraine expects wars in, 135.
-, ships seized in Spain, 151, 172, 232, 363; released, 383.
-, Edward IV's expedition to, referred to, 186.
-, Vega gone to, 188.
-, Mayenne may leave, 227.
-, refugees in England, 231, 291.
-, Frankfurt news from, 233.
-, Mitchell could not go through, 263.
-, news from, referred to, 265, 275.
-, Bremen news from, 286.
-, Pope imprisons, 302.
-, troubles in, delay letters, 304.
-, ill effects of rebellion in, 334.
-, Stanley offers passports to, 338.
-, Spain and League endanger, 341; Leaguers strong in Channel ports, 342.
-, Spain needs corn from, 363.
-, C. Errington going to, 371; A. Sherley goes to, 377.
-, League would make Pont-à-Mousson king of, 387.
-, Henry III's death will alter, 397; Spain will command most of, 397–8.
-, Queen should look to Channel coast of, 405.
-, Savoy and Lorraine attack, 407.
-, Queen's death reported in, 409.
-, Portugal expedition deserters went to, 410.
-, civil wars in. See Bourbon; Henry III; Henry IV; League; Lorraine.
-, admiral of. See Nogaret, Bernard de and Jean Louis de.
-, church in, crown's privileges against, 15; Pope blames, 25; king's designs on its revenues, 27, 33; Nevers asks its prayers, 33; its privileges, 393. See also Catholics, Roman; League, Holy; Protestants, Huguenots.
-, garde des sceaux of. See Montholon, François de.
-, grand escuyer of. See St. Lori, Roger de.
-, grand prior of. See Auvergne, Charles, count of.
-, king of. See Charles IX; Henry II; Henry III; Henry IV; Louis XI.
-, marshals of, 335, 403. See also Aumont, Jean d'; Beaumanoir, Jean de; Caumont, Jacques Nompar de; de la Chatre, Claude; Gondi, Albert de; Gontaut, Armand de; Goyon, Jacques; Montmorency, Henri I de.
-, nobility of, 92; in States General, 27, 33; king summons, 84; will ignore papal monitory, 326; swear to avenge Henry III, 403; acknowledge Henry IV, 404, 405, 406, 409; some of, at Rouen for League, 405, 406.
-, parlements of, 180. See also Bordeaux; Caen; Dijon; Paris; Rennes; Rouen.
-, queen of. See Louise de Lorraine.
-, queen-mother of. See Catherine de Medici.
-, secretaries of state of, 72. See also Revol, Louis.
-, States General of, 363:
-,-, Guises' intrigues in, 7, 48; his contracts with Spain may be revealed to, 33.
-,-, king going to, 17, 18; last session of, 27; final speeches at, 33; dismissed, 62; presented cahiers, 63.
-,-, of League to meet, 180.
-, treasurer of. See Molan, Pierre.
-, treasurer of chamber of. See Montescot.

France. See Fransz.

Francesco, count, 15.

Francesco Maria II, duke of Urbino, 302, 336.

Franche Comté, county of Burgundy, 379; garrisons should be paid, 136; troops in Parma's army, 324.

Francis, duke of Anjou, duke of Alençon, 107, 177, 180, 181.

Francis, Frauncis, captain, of Grace of God, 162.

Francklyn. Francklyn Franklin.

Franeker, Franiger, Franyker [Friesland, Netherlands], 6; irregular estates at [1585], 3, 107, 184.

Frankena, Frankana, Abel, 4.

Frankfurt-am-Main, Franckford, Franckforde, Franckfort, Frankford, Frankfort [Hesse-Nassau, Germany]:
-, letter dated at, 395.
-, fair at, 197, 270, 279, 365.
-, news from, 233, 270; referred to, 234.
-, Milward cannot get loan at, 269; he may get it, 270, 279; he will go to, 331.
-, reiters for France muster at, 292; Barradat at, 394.

Franklin, Francklyn, Nicholas, G. Lecester's deputy, 378.

Fransz., France, Franss., Martin, shipmaster, of Flushing, 161, 170.

Franyker. See Franeker.

Frauncis. See Francis.

Freake, Robert, 75.

Frederick I, count of Montbéliard, Montbelliard, 124, 233.

Frederick II, late king of Denmark, 1, 392.

-, daughters of. See Anne; Elizabeth.

Frederick III, elector palatine of the Rhine, 153.

Fremin, George, colonel, letter from, 132.

Fresnes, de. See Canaye, Philippe.

Fresse, Jacob, of Hoorn, 162.

Friard, —, Cistercian abbot, 224.

Fridrichburg, Friderichsborg [Zeeland, Denmark], letter dated at, 392.

Friese, Hans de, 38.

Friesland, one of the United Provinces:
-, note on former government of, 2–3; and recent dissensions in, 3–5.
-, ‘all in one terms’, 65; quiet, 114. States General reply to William about ‘safeguards,’ etc., in, 141; he fears attack on, 156.
-, sends men against Geertruidenberg, 141.
-, sends deputies to States General and C. of S. and pays quota, 294.
-, ‘florin rents’ of, 295; secularised church property in, 295.
-, enemy ships in, 296.
-, 1,000 men levied in, 311; can spare none for Heusden, 385.
-, Bellamy went to, 366.
-, William's successes in, 392.
-, chronicles of, referred to, 185.

-, governors of: method of choosing, 3. See also Egmont, Maximilian van; Lalaing, George van; Ligne, Jean de; Nassau-Dillenburg, William Louis, count of; Robles, Gaspar de; Schenk, George; William, prince of Orange.

-, deputy-governor of. See Merode, Bemhard van.

-, provincial council of, 4:
-, history, powers, etc., of, 2–3.
-, to enforce musters placart, 130.
-, greffier of. See Baudimont, François de.
-, president of, appointed for life, 3. See also Aysma, Dr. Hessel.

-, receiver-general of. See Engelstedt, Lucas.

-, States of, 130:
-, letters from, 106; referred to, 128, 141.
-, letters to, 18; referred to, 4, 5, 131, 189.
-, constitution, etc., of, 2–3, 183.
-, account of dissensions between Oostergonians and, 3–5.
-, Oostergonians' petitions to Queen against, 5–6, 131–2, 189–90; they send envoy to her, 190.
-, Bodley to deal for Aysma, etc., 18; he petitions States General, 38; their reply, 42; he can do little, 80.
-, Queen sends Car on to, 18; he deals for Aysma, etc., 182, 189, 225; promises of, to him not performed, 344.
-, justify themselves to Queen about Oostergonians, 106–8, 141.
-, Oostergonians' petition to, 131–2.
-, Aysma's reply to, 183–5. Ortel asks Queen to write again to, 255.
-, secretary of, 3.

-, volmachts of, 107; history, powers, etc., of, 2–3; letters from, referred to, 106.

-, See also Oostergo.

Friesland, East. See under Emden.

Frobisher, Forbisher, Furbiesher, Furbisher, Furbysher, Sir Martin, letters carried by, 248, 260; Proby writes to, 35; gone to Zeeland, 97.

Fuenterrabia, Fuenterabya [Guipuscoa, Spain], general of, 151, 172.

Fuentes, count of. See Azevedo, Pedro Enriquez d'.

Fuggers, Fowkers, the, employed Visher, 153; undertake to finance Philip II, 272.

Fulford, Fulforde, Fullford, Richard, captain:
-, dead, 377.
-, money paid to, 176.
-, company of, to go with Norris, 9, 72; has gone, 138; to return to Flushing, 377, 382; checks of, 174.

Fullsid, captain, 161.

Furbiesher, Furbisher, Furbysher. See Frobisher.

Fumes, Ferren, Phern [W. Flanders, Belgium], 166, 257.



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