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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 3: April-December 1587 (1929), pp. 542-545. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75387 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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G. H., letter from, 62.

Galicia, Gallisse, Spain, assembling of forces in, 432.

Galina
-, Jacques, burgomaster of Flushing, corresponds with Parma, 364
-, much suspected, 380.

Gand. See Ghent.

Gardiner, George, dean of Norwich, playing his part in Sherley's cause, 173.

Garnier
-, Grenier, Flaminius, secretary, appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 243
-, gives de Loo answer for queen, 457
-, passport for, 464.

Gasto. See Avalos, Caesar, marquis del Guasto.

Gaternesse [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], plan to take, 119.

Gaunt. See Ghent.

Gavere, prince of. See Egmont, Philip count of.

Geertruidenberg, Gertrudenberg, Gettingberg, Gurtridenberge [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], 11.

Buhy goes to meet Hohenlohe at, 2
-, Hohenlohe at, 93, 264, 275
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe go to, 121.

Hohenlohe tries to turn from queen, 2
-, Hohenlohe's government at, 96.

enemy preparing to besiege, 19.

Hohenlohe has under charge, 176, 183
-, Hohenlohe invites Pelham to, 250.

-, governor of. See Clowhe.

Gelderland, Guelderland, Gueldres, Province of, Netherlands, 177.

contributions of, 9
-, Sherley's payments in, 464.

enemy preparing to attack, 10, 31, 93
-, Schenck in high quarter of, 93.

deputies from, at Utrecht, 30
-, deputies, in States general, 172.

a slender basis for Leicester's authority, 64.

council of, urges Leicester's return, 75-6.

Hohenlohe in, 135.

Leicester's proclamation to be published in, 222
-, Leicester's discourse with some of, 285.

impossible to prevent enemy marching on, 235
-, expected attack on, 249, 264.

States wanted Leicester to take forces into, 258
-, reiters could return by, 451.

peace treaty will hazard separation of, 291.

-, chancellor of. See Leoninus.

Geldern, Gueldres [Rhenish Prussia], betrayed to enemy, 145, 150.

Genemuiden, Gheelmuyen [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands], Sonoy sent to secure, 4.

General, the lord. See Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester.

Geneva, people of stand on guard and collecting corn, 50.

Genoese, sailors at Antwerp, 386.

George, Mr., volunteer, gallantry at Sluys, 191.

George Gustave, Prince Palatine of Veldenz, son of George John of Lutzelstein, suggested to command reiters, 46.

George John, Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria and Lutzelstein or Petite Pierre, representation to, 46.

German, Edward, clerk of the munition, Flushing, 290.

Germans
-, Almains, Almayns, regiments with Parma, 80
-, troops at siege of Sluys, 137, 139, 140, 161.

in pay of States, 128
-, question upon, 178
-, answer, 179
-, States count much on, 221.

Spaniards expecting, from those going into France, 234
-, nobles, serving Spain in Flanders, 337
-, troops not sent to Sardinia, 449.

Archduke Ferdinand to send to Netherlands, 449.

- See also reiters.

Germany
-, empire, Reich, Ryke, Hohenlohe proposes to retire to, 2, 208
-, people wish him back in, 231.

Overstein and Buhy going to for reiters, 26
-, Combes sent to, 155
-, money sent to, for reiters, 172
-, Combes disliked going to, 188.

Spain's preparations in, against England, 228
-, Parma making great provision in, 231
-, Parma expecting troops from, 243.

Dutch expecting troops from, 230
-, succour from, for Navarre, 337.

States try to exclude English from trading in, 292
-, specie sent from, to Flanders, 431.

reports of peace from, 308.

Pelham asks leave to retire to, 319
-, leave refused, 393.

Spanish preparations clearly not against, 434.

-, princes of, States practise with to shut out English merchants, 292
-, unable to check growing greatness of Spain, 293
-, encourage States not to listen to peace and promise help, 332-3.

-, Protestant Princes of :

queen's letter to, 17
-, mischief threatened against 387
-, queen might have strong alliance among, 424.

Germyn, Edward, clerk of munition, Flushing, 426.

Gertrudenberg. See Geertruidenberg.

Gettingberg. See Geertruidenberg.

Gheelmuyen. See Genemuiden.

Gheest, van der, family of Oudenarde, 179n.

Ghent, Gand, Gaunt [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], 399, 412, 416, 431.

letters dated at, 242, 273, 399.

content with toleration, 54.

convoy of boats from, 80
-, shipping brought from, to Antwerp, 273.

battering pieces from, at Nieuport, 80
-, great provision of boats at, 329, 343, 403, 432.

de Loo at, 242, 412, 415
-, Parma's preparations at, 364, 378
-, great store of powder and munitions reaches, 406, 418.

governors of towns meeting at, 364
-, Parma goes to, 413, 442
-, Parma at, 471.

canal cutting at, to Sas, 432
-, convenience of Ostend for, 494.

Pacification of, 42, 476.

-, delay in getting assent of provinces to, 357
-, question of confirmation, 436.

Gibbes, Gregory, master gunner at Brill, 290.

Gibson, —, clerk to Sir John Norris, 257.

Giles, Gylles, John, letters of, 378, 430.

soliciting release of La Faille, 378
-, going to Antwerp, 379, 433.

reports great military preparations, 430-2
-, gives particulars of La Faille, 433.

Gilpin, George, secretary to Council of State, letters from, 27, 29, 92, 112, 205, 263, 267-8, 326, 403, 417, 447.

document certified by, 172
-, document signed by, 209
-, documents translated by, 323-4.

stands by Wilkes, attends on Buckhurst, 27
-, confers with Webbe, 30.

desires new appointment, 27
-, asks means for maintenance, 112
-, promised relief from Leicester, 114.

offers to keep Walsingham advised 205
-, asks him not to reveal contents of letters, 267
-, appeals for relief, 447.

asks to be relieved of post, 205
-, ill, 268.

avoids Court, suspected as friend of Buckhurst, etc., 267
-, a good fellow, wronged, 286.

at conference about giving satisfaction to Leicester, 285.

glass, crystal, superiority of Antwerp for, 379.

Gloucester, county of, levies from for Netherlands, 104.

Godere. See Goodyer.

Goghe, William, clerk, deposition about surrender of Deventer, 488-9.

gold, order to save transport of, 299.

Gonzaga, Guglielmo, duke of Mantua, in pope's league against England, 449.

Goodyer
-, Godere, Sir H., in charge of levies from Warwick, 104
-, sent to Pelham about Blankenberg attack, 277
-, company at Flushing, 335.

Gorcum
-, Gorcom, [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], rumours against queen at, 6, 43
-, Hohenlohe has under his charge, 183
-, Hohenlohe goes to, 264.

ships from take provisions to enemy, 63.

Count Philip at, 269.

-, governor of. See Clerhagen, Julian.

Gordan. See Mauleon, Girault de, seigneur de Gourdain.

Gorge, Sir Thomas, goes to Middelburg, 422.

Goring, Capt., commanding company sent from England to Berghen, 75, 107.

in charge of levies from London, 104
-, order to deliver armour and shot to, 107
-, payment to, 109.

Gorobulus, John, minister, sent to England, instructions, 489.

Gotha [German Empire], Crombacke put to death at, 387.

Gourdain, seigneur de. See Mauleon, Girault de.

grain. See corn.

Granvelle, Cardinal of. See Perrenot, Anthony.

Grave [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], 448.

burgomaster of, reports plot to kill Leicester, 27.

Gravelines, Graveling [Nord, France], 202.

enemy receives supplies from, 76
-, guns from, at Nieuport, 80
-, great preparation for shipping at, 364.

letter sent to, 150.

charge for attempt on, 348.

-, governor of. See Pardieu, Valentine, seigneur de Lamotte.

Gravenhage. See Hague.

Gravesend, co. Kent, 458.

Gray, Grey, Patrick, master of, payment for, 26.

Grear, —, and relics of Martyrs, 406.

Great Alexander, Parma's ship, at Antwerp 432.

Green, Capt., Norris writes to recommend, 15.

Green
-, Grene, Grine, —, a priest, letter to intercepted, 408
-, captured on way to Bruges, 453
-, Russel asks instructions about, 453, 456.

Greenwich, co. Kent, 443.

letters and papers dated at, 5, 18, 22, 95, 99, 106-7, 462.

conference at, about troops required, 128.

Grenier. See Garnier.

Grenovelle. See Grunevelt.

Greville, Sir Fulc, appeal to, for Widho, 108.

Grey, Capt. William, in charge of levies from Bucks, 104.

- See also Gray.

Griffe, of the White Friars, 406.

Grimaldi, Sig., secretary to the Privy Council, Parma's secretary, captured by raiders from Berghen, 229-30, 234-5, 238, 313.

in Willoughby's hands, 368.

Grine. See Green.

Groin, Capt., remains with Stanley at Deventer, 488.

Gronevall, Groningvild. See Grunevelt.

Groningen
-, [Prov. Groningen Netherlands], Hohenlohe corresponds with governor of, 36
-, Meppen furnished victuals to, 354.

Grove
-, Benedict, Huddilstone sends to Court, 27
-, note of money due to, 301.

Grumbach, Crombacke, Wilhelm de, need of, in Germany, 387.

Grunevelt, Grenovelle, Gronevall, Groningvild, Gronyngvell, Arnold sieur de, governor of Sluys, letter from, 80.

letters from, referred to, 146.

money received by for victualling town, 34
-, warns Conway of enemy's intention to besiege Ostend, 76.

asks Russel to make stay of all victuals, 79, 141.

reports Parma's movements, 86
-, skirmishes with enemy, 87
-, reports state of town to Leicester, 146.

will not hear of surrender, 176, 184
-, Williams answers for, 184.

received help from queen but none from States, 190
-, well affected to queen, 411.

Leicester promises to forward account of, 253
-, relation touching loss of Sluys, 260-3
-, declared relief by water feasible, 278.

Gourdain writes to about spies, 287.

numbers and disposition of regiments of, 437
-, money to be paid to, 472.

-, -, brother of, 411.

Grussot, Jean de, sieur de Richardot, President of Artois, the lord President, and peace negotiations, 177, 215-6.

appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 243
-, assurances about commission, 319
-, a friend of peace, 337.

insists on need of queen's deputies coming soon, 266, 439, 443
-, and danger of delay, 274, 318.

Smart's conference with, about peace, 388
-, ready for negotiations, 413.

on cessation, 398, 443
-, assurances about Armada, 439, 457.

de Loo treats with, 439
-, gives de Loo answer for queen, 457
-, says deputies will be welcome, 458.

wishes to alter safe conduct, 458
-, passport for, 464.

Guaras, Gurra, Antonio de, Spanish ambassador in England, practises against England, 292.

Guasto, marquis del. See Avalos, Caesar.

Guelderland. See Gelderland.

Gueldres
-, See Gelderland
-, Geldern.

Guilpyne, Francis, payment to, 455.

Guise
-, house of, Parma's desire for peace designed to help, 246
-, Philip can help better if Netherlands pacified, 434.

-, duke of. See Lorraine, Henry de.

guns
-, artillery, ordnance, Parma's siege train, 80, 98
-, at Sluys, 108, 138, 140, 146-8, 184, 261-2.

Leicester asks, for Brill, 199, 227
-, Ostend well provided with, 296.

sent to Flushing, 297, 373
-, shortage at Brill, 373
-, supplied from Flushing, 446.

good store at Flushing, but few gunners, 392
-, to be sent to Ostend from Flushing, 494.

gunpowder, powder, Sluys short of, 124, 149, 171, 184, 262.

Leicester supplied with, out of England, 260
-, Ostend well provided with, 296
-, sent to Flushing, 297, 373
-, to be sent from Flushing to Ostend, 494.

that made at Brill carried away, 297
-, shortage at Brill, 373.

Leicester suggests magazine of, for England, 402.

great store of, reaches Ghent, 406.

Guisarts, reported victory over reiters, 395.

Gurdon. See Mauleon, Girault de, seigneur de Gourdain.

Gurra. See Guaras.

Gurtridenberge. See Geertruidenberg.

Guzman, Gaspar de, confession of plot to surprise Flushing, 114-5.

Gwynne, Richard, provost marshal at Flushing, 290.

Gylles. See Giles.



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