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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 23: January-July 1589 (1950), pp. 472-478. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75264 Date accessed: 02 August 2014.


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Gabriel, Broder, of Husum, 320–1.

-, Dorothy, wife of Gabriel, 320.

Gain. See Gien.

Galicia [Spain], king's council in, 273.

Galway, Gallowe [Ireland], 152.

gambling, 343.

gambling house, 253.

Ganjah, Gengien [Kara Dagh, Persia], 12.

Gant. See Ghent.

Garnache, la Guernache [Vendée, France], 7.

Gascons, 282.

Gascony [France], 84.

Gast, Gau, Michel de, governor of Amboise, dealings with Henry III over League prisoners, 72, 78, 94.

Gaunde, Gaunt, Gawnt. See Ghent.

gautiers, Norman peasant bands, 228, 263.

Geertruidenberg, Geerteranberge, Geertrudebergh, Geertrudenberg, Geertrudenberge, Geertrudenbergen, Geertrudenbergh, Geertmydenberge, Gerdrutenberg, Certerden Bergen, Gertrenbergh, Gertrenberghe, Gertrudanberghen, Gertrudembergue, Gertrudenberche, Gertrudenberg, Gertrudenberge, Gertrudenbergh, Gertrudenberghe, Gertrudenberghen, Gertruidenbergh, Gertruydenberch, Gtertruydenberghe, Gertrwyenbergh, Getervanbergh, Getrenberg, Gettrengberg, Gettringebargan, Gettringhenbargyn, Gitternebergen, Gittern van Berghen, Ketternnbarg, Kettrenberge, Sangertrudembergh, Saynt Getrudenberghe [N. Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, letters dated at, 142, 154, 159, 160.
-, doubtful if part of Holland or Brabant, 147;
-, Holland claims, 159.
-, town house of, 156.
-, land of, 270.
-, garrison of:
-,-, letters from, referred to, 142, 155, 156, 159, 206, 207.
-,-, letters to, 213–4.
-,-, letters to, referred to, 155, 156, 251.
-,-, routs Italian troop, 20.
-,-, instructions to Willoughby about, 21; is unruly, 65; Ortel asks Queen to order, 109; her replies, 137–8, 144, 147; recognises only her, 154, 156, 164.
-,-, Saxon elector writes to Queen about, 45.
-,-, July, 1588, settlement with, referred to, 159, 168–9, 173.
-,-, disarmed burghers, 205–6.
-,-, council of war of, 169, 174.
-, siege and loss of:
-,-, States prepare against, 141, 157; refuses men to Maurice, 142, 174; he will attack, 148.
-,-, Maurice besieges, 154, 155–6; he batters, 164, 168, 171; assaults fail, 166, 194; he builds forts near, 195; his troops flee, 218.
-,-, Willoughby protests, 154.
-,-, enemy gathers near, 154, 155–6, 166, 169, 171, 182, 189.
-,-, Bodley offers aid to settle, 155; his views on, 167–8; his mediation rejected, 195.
-,-, Gilpin's advice on, 157.
-,-, Maurice's explanation to Queen, 159, 160; her replies, 168–9, 172–4; her instructions to Bodley, 212–3; her letter to garrison, 213–4; it came too late, 251.
-,-, not yet dealing with enemy, 167–8; enemy signals to, 168, 207.
-,-, treats with enemy, 182, 195, 211; agreements between Parma and, 186–7; yields to enemy, 195, 200; news reaches Whitehall, 172.
-,-, Mansfelt enters, 204; Walloons put into, 217; Parma in, 221.
-,-, garrison dispersed, 204; regrets surrender, 222; routs States' force, 272.
-,-, States' placart on it, 205–8; sent to Queen, 216–7; it wrongs Vere, 222, 272, 289, 401; it slanders English, 226, 252, 285; and turns many against them, 270, 272.
-,-, Vere blames States, 222; Queen blames States, 235; they should have referred dispute to her, 237; Burghley blames States, 284.
-,-, Italians paid for, 222.
-,-, Ortel asks Queen to deal with English from, 254; some at Bergen, 290.
-,-, Bodley's dealings about States' placart, 288, 310, 329–30; States' envoys' answer on it, 333.
-,-, loss of, referred to, 209, 210, 225, 232, 262, 269, 271, 278, 279, 295, 324.
-,-, governor of. See Grenet, Antoine de; Wingfield, Sir John.

Gelder. See Gelre, Karel van.

Gelderland, Gelders, Gueldres, one of the United Provinces, 276, 396:
-, Mörs victuals frontiers of, 1; fully provided, 114; ill state of, 271.
-, T. M. Wingfield's house in, 61.
-, dislikes attack on Geertruidenberg, 156.
-, Varembon takes forces to, 188; Parma may go to, 224.
-, Ortel asks Queen to write again to, 255.
-, pays some troops, 294; reduced interest on debt, 295.
-, brandschattingen of, 294.
-, Schenk in, 314; all States' forces in, 327; quiet, 373; but cannot spare forces, 385.
-, few enemy troops in, 322; Breye's regiment in, 367; most of enemy go to, 397.
-, over-quarter of, 294.
-, chancellor of. See Leoninus, Elbertus.
-, duke of. See Charles.
-, governor of. See Solms, Adolf von.
-, provincial council of, 130.
-, States of, 130; intercede for Schenk, 114; would replace Mörs by him, 271.
-, See also Betuwe, the; Blienbeck; Bommel; Bommeler Waard; Brakel; Hemertsche Waard; Herwijnen; Tiel.

Gelre, Gelder, Karel van, burgomaster of Arnhem, paper signed by, 31.

Geneva [Switzerland]:
-, builds boats against Savoy, 49.
-, Lobetius' news from, 124.
-, Milward's news from, 233–4.
-, takes Ècluse, 270.
-, Savoy's war with, occupies Spain, 290.
-, Pope may raise army against, 302; he offers money to Savoy against, 326.
-, defeats Savoy, 326, 379; Savoy's forces near, 376.
-, Casimir sends news of, and urges Queen to aid, 364–5.
-, councillor of. See Chevalier.
-, lake of, 49.
-, See also Charles Emmanuel I; Switzerland.

Gengien. See Ganjah.

Genoa, republic of [Italy]:
-, money sent to Rome from, 19.
-, Roman news from, 25.
-, calls in Corsican troops, 26; civil strife renewed at, 48, 78.
-, Mendoza leaves, 49.
-, St. Gouard and Rambouillet go to, 326.
-, Spanish galleys take money to, 351.

George, duke of Saxony, 2.

George Frederick, margrave of Brandenburg and duke of Prussia, letter from, 57.

Georgia and Georgians, 88.

-,prince of. See Ogly, Levent.

Gerange. See Krichingen.

Gérard, Balthazar, 263.

Gerdrutenberg. See Geertruidenberg.

Gergeau, Gergeue. See Jargeau.

Gerkham. See Gorcum.

Germain, Germyn, Edward, clerk of munition at Flushing, 175.

Germans, Allmans, Allmaynes, Almains, Almanes, Duch, Duches, lanzknechts, muffes, reiters, rutters, 136, 233, 407:
-, Mansfelt dischlarge, 21; Parma discharges 4 regiments of, 26, 64;re-enlists them, 50; League enlists them, 62, 96; he sent 1.800 to League, 208, 212.
-, in Navarre's army, 24; his 1587 levy of, 321.
-, Èpernon levies, 35.
-, Parma's, near Bergen, 108.
-, 6,000 coming to League, 188; League levies horse, 202; Brunswick levies, for League, 270; levy stopped, 286; Frankfurt muster of, for League, 292; League levies, 321; some gone to aid League, 328; Mayenne expects, 358; 2,500 on way to him, 394.
-, Parma sends to intercept Henry IlI's, 266; they muster at Frankfurt, 292; raid in Lorraine, 359; marching to king, 376; Longueville goes to meet, 379; Pont-à-Mousson fails to intercept, 387.
-, Hohenlohe brings, to serve States, 272.
-, for Parma at Coblenz, 299.
-, Spain levies, 304, 351.
-, estimated cost of levy for Henry III, 321; Buhy asks Queen for cash for, 360.
-, Parma's near Heusden, 339.
-, barons in Turkey, 347.

Germany, 272, 330:
-, States' envoys back from, 1.
-, Truchsess returning to, 21, 262, 324.
-, Queen might get loan in, 80. See also Milward, William.
-, Navarre sends Bongars to, 89; his levy in, 114.
-, few levies in, 124; League levy in, 202; no levies in N.W., 232; Henry III's levies in Rhineland, 286.
-, Walsingham's notes about, 189.
-, loans difficult in, 232.
-, Henry III sends Schomberg to, 286, 341, 349; his delays, 379; he should be hastened, 394–5.
-, gold current everywhere in, 321.
-, inland towns' trade less than Hamburg's, 331.
-, Queen will send one with Buhy to, 340–1; Buzanval urges her to send cash to 341; Pallavicino's writing about it, 362; Averly
-, urges haste, 395; Buzanval
-, urges thaste, 404–35.
-, Hohenlohe returning from, 400.

-, imperial cities, 124, 189. See also Augsburg; Bremen; Cologne; Frankfurt; Ham burg; Hanso towns; Lubeck.

-, princes of, 237; Henry III should seek aid of, 91; Parma sends to, 222.

-, Catholic princes of, 364. See also Frederick 1, count of Montbéliard.

-, Protestant princes of: States sent Junius to, 177; prospects of their aiding Henry III, 349; are ill informed about France, 362; likely to aid, 364, 395. See also Brandenburg, Joachim Frederick of; Christian I; Frederick III; George, duke of Saxony; George Frederick; Jolmhn Casimir; John George Julius.

-, See also Cleves; Eastland; Elizabeth, relations with Germany; Emden; Empire, Holy Roman; Palatinate; Rudolf II.

-, High, 241, 331.

Germersheim [Palatinate, Germany], 365.

Germyn. See Germain.

Gerterden Bergen, Gertrenbergh, Gertrenberghe, Gertrudanberghen, Gertrudembergue, Gertrudenberche, Gertrudenberg, Gertrudenberge, Gertrudenbergh, Gertrudenberghe, Gertrudenberghen, Gertuidenbergh, Gertruydenberch, Gertruydenberghe, Gertrwyenbergh, Getervanbergh, Getrenberg, Gettrengberg, Gettringebargen. Gettringhenbargyn. See Geertruidenberg.

Gest, Geste, Richard, of Chester, 202–3.

Gesualdo, Alfonso, cardinal, 25.

Ghastes, Julian de, 172.

Ghent, Gant, Gaunde, Gaunt, Gawnt [E. Flanders, Belgium], 118, 185:
-, urges Parma to take Ostend, 158.
-, States met at, 224.
-, Bratleye imprisoned at, 225.
-, Stanley at, 338.
-, Pacification of, mentioned, 2, 180.

ghosts, 345.

Gibraléon, marquis of, 194.

Gien, Gain [Loiret, France], 336.

Gilbert, Sir John, vice-admiral of Devon, 198.

Giles, Gylles, John:
-, letters from, 9, 102, 271, 299, 327, 396.
-, wife of, at Antwerp, 9, 10; his friends there, 272, 396.
-, refuses loan to Tomson, 10.
-, cause of, against de Loo, 10.
-, sends Walsingham pasty, 102.
-, thinks Holland in ill state, 271–2.
-, would send man to Antwerp, 272, 299; cannot get permit, 327.
-, stops sale of ant i-English books, 299.

Gilpin, Gillpin, Gilpyn, Guilpyn, George, secretary of C. of S., 288:
-, letters from, 1, 64, 113, 140, 155, 199, 270, 280, 322, 373.
-, letters from, referred to, 4, 155. letters to, referred to, 270, 280, 322.
-, papers signed by, 130, 313.
-, States lothe to admit, to C. of S., 11; wishes to be admitted, 64; replaced Houfflin as secretary, 181.
-, Bodley writes of ‘chief matters,’ 64; and he of provincial affairs, 80.
-, advised Bodley to modify instructions, 79; assists Bodley, 113, 322, 373.
-, thinks Queen might get German loan, 80.
-, and Killigrew conferred about Deventer, etc., 114.
-, and Bodley deal about C. of S. instructions, 115–6.
-, to help examine accounts with States, 137, 145, 205; this post-poned, 251.
-, views of, on Geertruidenberg siege, 155, 157; and on English policy to States, 200; Bodley and, hold back letters to Dordrecht, 270.
-, thanks Burghley, 199.
-, at Bergen with Bodley, 279, 280, 281; returns, 289.
-, urges settlement with States, 322–3; views of, on Council's articles, 380.
-, money paid to, 175; difficulty over pay of, 373.
-, father of, 199.
-, servants of, 155, 225.

Gise, the. See de la Guiche.

Gitire. See Anglure, Anne d'.

Gitternebergen, Gittern van Berghen. See Geertruidenberg.

Giuliana, Venetian galley, lost, 24.

Giustiniani, Benedetto, cardinal of S. Giorgio al Velabro, 19.

Givry. See Anglure, Anne d'.

Gloriero, —, clerk of Roman camera, 20.

Goatland. See Gotland.

Goch [Rhenish Prussia, Germany], 253.

Godoya, Luis de, prisoner of war, 332.

Golden Fleece, order of the, Terra Nova takes, to duke of Mantua, 15, 48, 62; Philip II sends, to duke of Tuscany, 302.

Golden Lion, of London, 239.

Gondi, Gondie, Gondy, Albert de, count, duke, of Retz, Raze, marshal of France, 70; gone to Italy, 85–6; captured by Leaguers, 73, 78; gone to Brittany, 357.

-, Claude Catherine de [née Clermont], wife of Albert, 357.

-, Pierre de, bishop of Paris, cardinal of S. Silvestro:
-, Parisians pillage palace of, 15; and threaten to replace if does not return, 70.
-, at Rome, 16; takes leave of Pope, 49; at Venice, 201.
-, suspected of share in killing Guises, 47.
-, comes to Henry III, 357.

-, —, Moor of, 90.

Gondomar, count of. See Sarmiento, Diego.

Gontaut, Armand de, baron of Biron, marshal of France:
-, Pope's letter commending Cajetan to, 333.
-, at Étampes siege, 334; at Poitiers, 355; besieges Pontoise, 358.
-, hates Épernon, 386.
-, son-in-law of. See Caumont, Jacques Nompar de.

Gonzaga, Louis, duke of Nevers, Naviers, Nyvers:
-, besieges Garnache, 7; makes truce with Navarre, 26; Navarre near, 28, 33.
-, at court and given Guise's government, 28; ill, 70, 81; offended both sides, 73; fears Henry III, 78; has not seen him, 84; sees him, 94.
-, goes against Orléans, 62; forces of, near Blois, 85; gains much for king, 234.
-, acknowledges Henry IV, 409.

-, Vespasiano, duke of Sabbioneta, Spanish ambassador to Poland, 14, 134.

-, Vincenzo I, duke of Mantua:
-, sends to seize Novilara, 15.
-, Golden Fleece sent to, 15, 48, 62.
-, makes presents to Philip II and cardinals, 25.
-, sells Anchisa, 49.
-, Henry III should get aid of, 91.

Goodyear, Goodere, Sir Henry, 176.

Gorcum, Gerkham, Gorchum, Gorkom [S. Holland, Netherlands], 287:
-, fears for, 221; enemy will stop trade to, 270.
-, Maurice goes to, 271; plotters punished at, 286.
-, Cleerhagen was governor of, 277.
-, English troops at. See Sherley, Anthony.

Gordaine, Gorden. See Mauléon, Girault de.

Gordon, George, earl of Huntley, Hontelay, letter from, 56; Bellamy's report about, 366.

Goring, Goringe, John, 176.

Gotland, Goatland [Sweden], 202.

Gottorp [Schleswig-Holstein, Germany], 321.

Gourdain, Gourdan. See Mauléon' Girault de.

Goyer, Dirck de, burgomaster of Utrecht, 148.

Goyon, Jacques, sr. de Matignon, Matinon, Mattignon, marshal of France, governor of Bordeaux, 32, 388.

Grace of God, of Southampton, 162.

grain. See corn.

Granada [Spain], 355; fiscal of. See Velasques.

Gratewycke, William, T. Sherley's man, 258.

Grave [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 141.

Gravelines, Graveling, Gravelinge, Grevelinge [county of Flanders, now Nord, France]:
-, Spanish capture of, referred to, 168.
-, la Motte at, 202; preparations at, 257.
-, English prisoner at, 278.
-, enemy ships at, 296.
-, castle of, 166.

Gravesend [co. Kent], 97, 251, 398.

Gray, Graye, Patrick, master of, lord, letter to, referred to, 221; warns O. Smith of spies, 153; goes to England, 165.

-, —, a Scot, 74, 85.

Great Britain, 178.

Grebner, Paul, of Schneiberg, letter from, 319.

Greece, Grecia, spahis of, 347, 348.
-, -, beglerbeg of, to invade Poland, 346; sets out, 348; moves slowly, 374; halts at Danube, 401; enriches himself and punishes beys, 402.

Greeks, merchant, 88; three, sought governments, 165; friar, 347.

Greenfild. See Grenville.

Greeuyll. See Greville.

Greff, Giles de, of Hamburg, 218.

Grenet, Antoine de, sr. de Werpe, Wharfe, Parma appoints, governor of Geertruidenberg, 217; enters town, 221.

Grenville, Greenfild, Grenvile, Sir Richard, piracy by slups of, 161, 369.

Grevelinge. See Gravelines.

Greville, Greeuyll, Fulke, Fowlk, 382.

Grey, William, 176.

Griffith, Griffed, Griffide, Griffithe, William, Welsh Catholic exile, letter from, 290–1; letter from, referred to, 302, 325.

Griglion, Grillon. See Balbes de Berton. Louis de.

Grijze, Grise, Jacques de, 23

Grimani, —, podestá Padua 62.

Grimonville, Nicolas de, sgr. de Lar-chant, Larchan, detained cardinal of Guise, 47; goes to Amboise, 95, 96; goes to Pont de l'Arche, 387.

Grimston, Grymeston, Grymston, Grymstone, William, Baskerville's ensign, 125, 332.

Grinoinge. See Groningen.

Grisons [Switzerland], Spanish levy in, 304; ambassador returns from Venice to, 326.

Grodno, Grovno [Lithuania], 63.

Groine, the. See Coruna.

Groningen, Grinoinge, Groeninghen, Groninger land, Groninghen, province of [Netherlands]:
-, a sovereign land, 5.
-, plan to recover from enemy, 6.
-, brandschattingen of, 294.
-, Verdugo allows baking, etc., in, 392.
-, -, town of [Groningen, Netherlands]:
-,-, Lalain betrayed to enemy, 2.
-,-, Baudimont lived at, 107.
-,-, Sannes went to, 108.
-,-, malcontent, 344–5, 373; Verdugo infringes privileges of, 373; he dare not enter, 392.
-,-, Count William hopes to take, 401.

Grosseteste, —, 334.

Groulart, Claude, prémier president of Rouen parlement:
-, imprisoned, 81.
-, suppressed" riot, 84; executedLeaguers, 90.
-, goes to Dieppe, 153; at Caen, 405.

Grovno. See Grodno.

Groyne, the. See Coruña.

Grusset, Jean de, sr. de Richardot, Rytchardot, president of Artois, 396.

Grymeston, Grymston, Grymstone. See Grimston.

Gualteruccio, —, 50.

Gueldres. See Gelderland.

Guernache, la. See Garnache.

Guernsey, Guerneze [Channel Islands], 97, 355.

Guiche, la. See de la Guiche.

Guido, the purser. See Igueldo, Pedro de.

Guienne [France], 234.

Guillermo, 244.

Guilpyn. See Gilpin.

Guisards, Guisarts. See League, Catholic.

Guise, Guyes, Guyse, Gwyse, house of, 1, 49, 71, 102.
-, -, cardinal of. See Lorraine, Louis de.
-, -, duke of. See Lorraine, François and Henri de.
-, gunpowder, powder, 318:
-,-, Dieppe seeks, from England, 103, 203, 230, 231; Dieppe sends, to Chateau Gaillard, 220; Smith would supply, 221.
-,-, plenty at Geertruidenberg, 156, 168; garrison would not send, to England, 206.
-,-, Ostend's needs, 193; note of, at Ostend, 248, 267; for the 500 sent there, 301.
-,-, Hanse send, to Spain, 202.
-,-, Sonoy's, at Medemblik, 215.
-,-, for Brielle, 235; note of needs, 292; Burgh exchanged corn for, 308.
-,-, cost of, defalked from soldier, 239, 378.
-,-, Hollanders supply Norris with, 246.
-,-, Montpensier gets, from England, 263.
-,-, States get, from Eastland, 295; they should store, in frontier towns, 307; Heusden well supplied with, 323.
-,-, Hautefort's, for Havre seized, 303, 329, 363; W. Countrymen would supply Hâvre with, 387.
-,-, States should supply cautionary towns with, 306.
-,-, States should forbid transport of, to enemy, 308; they prevent Hamburg sending, to Dunkirk, 331.
-,-, Rouen gets, from Dunkirk and England, 342; Rouen price of, 342, 387.
-,-, Henry III asks Queen for, 376; he lacks, 387; Longueville has much, 388.
-,-, Paris sent, to Pontoise, 387.
-,-, fireworks, 194, 411; book on, referred to, 132. See also munitions.
-, guns, artillery, cannon, ordnance, 139, 140, 141,321:
-,-, Hanse send, to Spain, 202.
-,-, States should forbid transport of, to enemy, 308.
-,-, English: Lawrens buys, 44; Zeeland buys, 106, 356; Flushing buys, 170, 253; Irish sell, to Spain, 172; sold to Hamburg, 239–41, 242; at Coruna, 353; Borlas seeks, 356; Portugal expedition lacked, 361, 384; Martson buys, 368.
-,-, French: royalist, 244, 358; at Étampes siege, 334; at Pontoise siege, 375, 385, 386; number of, 388; of Boulogne, 359; of Dieppe, 360, 361; Montpensier's, 361; of the Swiss, 376; Longueville's, 379.
-,-, French: of League, 136; at Vitré, 182, 355; of Rouen, 228, 361, 405, 409; Montpensier takes, 231; lost at Senlis, 245, 342, 379; at Toulouse, 282; Navarre takes, 285; of Paris, 357, 409; Swiss take two, 387.
-,-, of Lorraine, 386.
-,-, at Ostend, 205, 243, 248, 276; dismounted, 40; twelve more, needed, 193; list of, 267.
-,-, Parma's, 391; he asks provinces for, 10; he sends, to frontier, 50, 102; sent to Nieuport, etc., 158, 245; sent against Heusden, 266, 269, 396; before Blien-beck, 276.
-,-, Savoy's, 326.
-,-, Spanish: sent from Italy to Spain, 304; made at Havana, 350; thrown into Tagus, 363; naval, 383.
-,-, Swiss, 234.
-,-, Turkish, 347.478
-,-, of United Provinces, 120; at Geertruidenberg, 164, 168, 171; of Dordrecht, 206; States should provide cautionary towns with, 306; and frontier towns, 307; of Utrecht, 318; Schenk's, 339, 400; Count Williams, 392.
-,-, bases, 267; cannon pierriers, 267; culver ins and demi-culverins, 267, 291; falcons, 267, 292; minions, 44, 239, 240, 267, 292; port pieces, 267; quarter-slings, 267; sakers, 44, 267, 292.

Guyes, Guyse See Lorraine, Henri de.

Guzman, Enrique de, count of Olivares, Spanish ambassador to Rome, 19, 366.
-, -, Pedro de, inspector-general, 353.

Gwyse. See Lorraine, Henri de.

Gylles. See Giles.

Gyvry. See Anglure, Anne d'.



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