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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 472-475. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75326 Date accessed: 24 September 2014.


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Gachill. See Gashfield.

Gainsford, Capt., payment to, 319.

Galeys
-, Robert, Le Sieur surety for, 85
-, seen in London, 86
-, Le Sieur pays money for, 407.

Gamon, Hannibal, goldsmith, 86.

Gant. See Ghent.

Garberne. See Harborne.

Garbrandz, John, 301.

Garde, Auger (? Augier) de la, queen warned against, 201.

Garrette, ancient in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Gashfield, Gashefeld, Gachill, John, Capt., letter of, 85.

company in camp, 110
-, company reduced, 300.

Gate, Geoffrey, 123, 126.

Gaunt. See Ghent.

Geertruidenberg, Gertrudenborg [Prov. N. Brabant Netherlands] :

Holluch sent to, 76
-, cavalry of, 87
-, people hear guns at Zutphen, 162, 172.

quarrel between Hohenlohe and Norris at, 116-8
-, Hohenlohe removes valuables to, 427.

governor of, 179.

Gelderland, Gelders, Gueldres, Province, Netherlands :

Bommel entry into, 2
-, wholesomest ground in, 23
-, treating with Parma, 47
-, will hold no longer than queen protects, 54
-, English garrisons in, 76
-, changes in garrisons, 346.

feared losses in, 93.

coins of, 113
-, governor of, 179
-, councillors of, letter from, 273, 275, 278.

quota of, 183.

better inclined to queen than Holland, 226
-, question of queen conquering, 247.

money sent to, for troops, 43, 415

Stanley to command garrisons in, 267
-, Moers to increase garrisons of, 345n.

proposed contributions, 295
-, Hohensaxen refuses command in, 408.

Leicester should assure people of return, 421
-, may grow desperate and surrender, 425.

enemy forces for, 425
-, enemy regiments in, 435.

chancellor of. See Leoninus.

deputy of, 311.

governor of. See Solms, Adolf von, count of Mörs.

Geldern, Guelders, Gueldre [Rhenish Prussia] :

Leicester sends troops to, 14
-, had been lost without English companies, 27
-, feared loss, 49, 87.

Schenck's wife given safe conduct to, 55
-, English troops besieged in, 114
-, Parma expected to attack, 423.

-, governor of. See Hohensachsen, Johan freiherr von.

Gellie
-, Jacques, magistrate of Flushing, cannot get case settled, 295
-, need to be at home, 296.

Gellen, Handrich van, 146.

Geneva, Palatinate modeled on order of, 124.

Genoa [Prov. Genova, Italy], Spanish galleys bring gold for war to, 6.

Gent, Peter van, 247.

George, takes queen news of Doesburgh, 149.

Georgians, sect in Netherlands, 53.

Gerard, Balthazar, the "Burgonian," murderer of Orange, 294.

Germans
-, Almains, found at Axel, 77
-, most of troops at Doesborch, 149
-, on English side at Doesborch, 152
-, Parma said to have gone against, 166.

in Parma's army, 162, 171, 292, 299, 434.

States responsible for engaging, 191-2
-, Dutch thrust out, 271
-, troops in Antwerp castle discontented, 433.

- See also reiters.

Germany, empire, Rück, news from, 219, 310.

Palavicino doing no good in, 36
-, people aggrieved by ships of Holland, 40.

Mörs goes to for reiters, 50
-, no levies from for France or Spain, 127.

coins of, 113.

merchants of, and English cloth, 118-9.

Edwards goes to sound divines of, 123-4.

covetousness and godlessness in, 125
-, Dutch trade suffers from any English enterprise against, 302.

Spain able to draw what needs from, 159.

Low Countries, a circle of, 277
-, treatment of religious question in by Charles V., 389.

-, Protestant Princes of :

surprised at Leicester's not writing but he fears queen's displeasure, 108.

diet at Luneburg, 219.

time queen's letters went to, 393
-, queen's letters for, 415.

Gertrudenborg. See Geertruidenberg.

Ghent, Gant, Gaunt [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], 122.

agents of Ryngaut at, 147
-, Modet caused loss of, 284.

Captain Pygot imprisoned in castle, 161, 171.

pacification of, 222, 384, 389, 398.

Gilles, John, 422.

letter from, 160, 170.

Gilpin, George, secretary to Council of State, 410.

papers signed by, 219, 220.

promise to second Wilkes, 259
-, Wilkes writes to Walsingham for, 313, 379.

people want to oust from Council as knows them too well, 335.

recommends men of Oostergoe, 336
-, advice about Deventer, 370
-, left unpaid, 426.

letters from 259, 334, 336, 369, 424.

-, referred to, 246.

Gittens, William, merchant of Bristol, case of ship plundered, 205.

Gleige, Lieutenant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Gleynen, Hugo, 72.

Glookomus, Christopher, Polish ambassador to the Netherlands, reply to about mediation, 439n.

Gloucester, Leicester pledges lands in as security for pension, 187.

Godrige, Sieur, payment to, 317.

Goes. See Tergoe.

Golden George, 416.

Goldwell, Mr., suit with Lord North, 18-9.

Gonzaga, Gonzago, Count Annibale, 214.

reported killed at Zutphen, 165.

Good, William, paper signed by, 386.

Goodere, Goodier, Harry, at taking of Doesborch, 151.

knighted by Leicester, 214.

Gorcum, Gorkum, Gorcom, Gorchum, Corcum [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands] :

Hemert taken to, 19
-, Leicester at, 48.

silver coin made at, 25, 120.

Rheinberg compared with, 125
-, unprovided, 309.

Hohenlohe tries to oust Clerhagen from, 359
-, Clerhagen removed from, 408.

La Noire sent to, with company, 391
-, rejects placard proclaiming Maurice, 404
-, will not have Philip of Nassau, 405-6, 421, 424, 427.

States make Philip Governor of, 408
-, Bacq removed from and replaced, 437.

Norris and Wilkes urge to resist innovations, 414-5
-, factions have little effect in, 420
-, Hohenlohe practises against Leicester in, 421, 424
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe fail at, 428.

governor of, 179.

- See Clerhagen, Julian.

Gorge, Nicholas, 14.

suitor for office of serjeant of the Bakehouse, 28
-, brings queen's letters, 48.

-, Thomas, 10, 18.

Gouda [Prov. S. Holland Netherlands],
-, Leicester meets Council of State at, 114
-, Leicester at, 116-7.

letters dated at, 114.

Gouwe, la. See Tergoes.

Gozzi, Nicholas di, restoration of goods to, 429, 431.

Graefshagen. See Hague.

Graffina, Grafina, Graffignia, Greffini, Agostino, Italian merchant in London :

assurances about peace, 3
-, injury done by, 36.

Parma waiting for reply through, 45
-, negotiations of, 57, 144
-, repudiated, 78-80, 204-5
-, statement to Council, 80.

Parma angry with, 203
-, no rivalry with de Loo, 207.

Graie. See Gray.

Granvelle, Cardinal de. See Perrenot, Anthony.

Grave [Prov. North Brabant, Netherlands], 55.

fall of, 1-3, 5, 7, 19, 27, 43, 182.

efforts to save, 2, 13-4, 121
-, fall leads to dispersal to troops, 8.

people discouraged by fall, 3, 27, 35, 37, 73, 125
-, chief strong town of the Provinces, 28.

untrue account of taking, 32, 42
-, Venlo worse than, 46, 54
-, compared with Neuss, 108.

inquiry about loss, 48
-, English unpopular through loss, 77
-, effects of loss, 120-1.

Parma weakened by garrisoning, 103
-, Parma's force at, 192.

Conway not at service of, 340.

governor of. See Torck, Lubbert, herr van Hemart.

Gravelines, Graveling [Nord, France] :

parleys with Sidney, 92
-, account of enterprise against, 99, 100
-, referred to, 111.

disbursement over, 110
-, losses at, 116.

allowance to Sidney for service of, 319
-, La Motte at, 414.

governor of, 292.

- See Pardieu, Valentine, seigneur de la Motte.

Gravesend, co. Kent, 56.

Gray, Patrick Master of, 191.

arrangement with Leicester for troops, 12
-, fortunate not coming, 122.

-, Graie, Capt. Richard, payment to, 312.

- See also Grey.

Great Culenborch, plundered, 157.

Greene, Capt., company with Norris, 129.

Greenevelt, Capt., company with Norris, 129.

Greenwich, co. Kent, 72.

letters dated at, 10, 14, 326, 372-3, 377-8, 380, 386.

Gregory, XIII., pope, liberal with dispensations, 344.

Greme, Capt., payment to, 319.

Grenn, Lieutenant at Veluwe fort, 329.

Grenn Rothock, lieutenant de, 247.

Grey, Gray, Arthur, lord, of Wilton :

Leicester asks for, 99
-, command, in Netherlands, 110
-, need of return and establishment at Utrecht, 325.

Grieth, ? Greeffe [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], redoubt of, 202.

Griffyn, lieutenant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Grinnaeus, Grinaeus, John Jacob, leading divine at Heidelberg, 123.

Gronal. See Batenburg.

Gronsbeck, Buy in treaty with, 393.

Grove, Benedict, witness, 209.

Gruithuissens, Madame, Sidney tended at house of, 202.

Grunevelt, Greunevelt, Gronyvelld, Arnolt, sieur de, governor of Sluys :

in service of States, 300
-, sends present of pheasants to Walsingham, 312.

notes on entertainment of, 358
-, money given to, 400
-, Council complains of procedure, 411.

letter of, 235.

Grussot, Jean de, sieur de Richardot, Richard Dot, president of Artois :

advised of Loo's arrival, 5
-, interest in peace negotiations, 6-7, 58-60, 203.

Parma's high appreciation of, 8.

gets audience for de Loo, 56, 203
-, de Loo treats with, 204, 224
-, sceptical of results, 206.

Maurice and St. Aldegonde in communication with, 73.

Grype, —, 367.

Guasto, marquis of. See Avalos, Cesar.

Guelders
-, Gueldres. See Gelderland
-, Geldern.

Gueldersweart, sconce to be erected at, 347.

Guilburt of Dover, 86.

Guise, duke of. See Lorraine, Henry de.

guns, artillery, ordnance :

required out of England for Netherlands, 98
-, Maurice asks leave to export, 111-2.

Parma's formidable battering train, 101, 103, 116.

Drake brings store of, wanted at Brill, 119
-, queen has store of through, 338.

shortage through loss of Deventer, 338.

Gwasto, marquis of. See Avalos, Cesar.



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