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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 4: January-June 1588 (1931), pp. 609-615. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76137 Date accessed: 27 August 2014.


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Gadde, Mr., Fremin sends information by, 470.

Gaetano, Cayetano, Gayetana, Marquis Pedro, arrives at Bruges with news of Armada, 488; commands lances in Parma's army, 537–8.

Gant. See Ghent.

Garnier, Graneir, Granier, Granyer, Graynier, Grenier, Griniere, Grunier, Flaminco, sieur de Niele, Parma's secretary, commissioner for the peace negotiations, 223, 229, 230, 240, 310, 324.
-, discusses Hohenlohe with Morianzar, 79.
-, safe conduct for, 83; Parma's commission to, 126; knew nothing of King's commission, 170, 174, 190.
-, documents attested by, 126, 271; particulars of appearance, 161; letters countersigned by, 308.
-, at Ostend to greet commissioners, 161–2; substance of speech, 162–3, 174.
-, sent by Parma to commissioners, 171, 174–5; brought nothing but compliments, 172.
-, meets Dale near Ghent, 184; Parma sending again to Ostend, 195; Dale uncertain what to do when comes, 196.
-, should have been told treaty was to be begun at Ostend, 185; chided for coming with insufficient instructions, 193; only came as messenger, 229.
-, account of Barney's conference with secretary of, 212–3, 215; secretary conferred by desire of, 215.
-, Croft to report negotiations, 216; expresses Parma's contentment about peace, 244.
-, de Loo sent to, 217; de Loo left with, 220.
-, Rogers to speak to about outrages of Dunkirkers, 243.
-, thought Parma would not let Hollanders enter treaty, 243.
-, present at first colloquy near Ostend, 282, 285; back at Ostend, discusses cessation, 291–2, 296–7; promised answer not arrived from, 293, 297, 323.
-, says English all take and no give, 292; note of speeches at Ostend, 298; urged to admit commission inepta, 329.
-, list of places given by, not under queen's command to keep cessation, 293–4; reply about cessation, 320.
-, list of those in Parma's pay, 293–4; states limits of Parma's powers, 325.
-, visit to Ostend referred to, 331; asked for commission, 368.
-, project of cessation delivered by, 369–70, 384; merely a secretary, 508.
-, alarmed by appearance of English squadron, 453.

Gaston, Don. See Spinola, Gaston.

Gayetana. See Gaetano.

Gaynt. See Ghent.

Geertruidenberg, Gerteromberg, Gertredvanberghen, Gertrendenbergh, Gertruidenbergh, Ghertruenberghe, Gitten Berge, Gittenborgh, Gurtruidenburg, Gurtruydenberg, Gyttingburg, St. Gertrudenberghen [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], 502.
-, mutiny of troops at, 27, 30; mutiny appeased, 55.
-, garrison demands pay, 58; danger of understanding with enemy, 62; in danger of surrender to enemy, 72, 395, 456, 478.
-, troops at appertain to Hohenlohe, 70; Hohenlohe perplexed at forsaking him, 164; will not have Hohenlohe, 228.
-, looks to Huesden for lead, 94; mutiny in unappeased, 131; queen urges States to satisfy for pay, 232.
-, might be easily won for queen, 175; discontent of could be turned to queen's advantage, 181; request to Willoughby to take government, 200; Russel urges order to Willoughby for, 207.
-, strength and importance of, 200–1; Capelle urges securing of, to bridle Hollanders, 202.
-, Villiers nominated for governor of, 228.
-, queen appreciates devotion but deprecates demonstration thereof, 232; mutineers of may be wrought to send to States, 246; will not recognise authority of States, 251.
-, States ask queen to stay disorders at, 249; queen asked to take into protection and appoint governor, 269.
-, Russel asks steps to be taken that may be well treated by States, 270; will not hearken to Maurice or deal with States, 500.
-, danger that may go over to enemy, 276; Treslong commends to Leicester's care, 288.
-, not in queen's command to keep cessation, 293; queen asked to give assurance to, about oath, 381.
-, Willoughby handling affair of, 304, 317–9, 327; Russel should write to, to hearken to Willoughby, 318.
-, Gilpin confers with Villiers about, 318; Willoughby praised for efforts at, 335.
-, Hohenlohe discredited by mutiny at, 327; Willoughby reports importance of, 356.
-, States employ Willoughby to settle with, 350, 356, 390; Willoughby at Dordrecht about, 353; account of what passed about, 356–7; still busy over, 360–2, 365; his dealings at, 395.
-, Willoughby advocates securing, 358; estimated cost of, 395; queen can redeem it and offer to Maurice, 396.
-, Maurice scandalised by demands of, 359; articles of, with Willoughby, 366–7.
-, Le Sieur acquainted with all proceedings at, 361; Willoughby reports to States upon, 364, 404; States unwilling to grant demands, 395; States greatly desire to recover, 404.
-, Council of State approves Willoughby's proceedings at, 394; States thank queen for efforts at and pray her to continue, 416; ready to depend on queen, 465.
-, queen can have on own terms and exchange for town in Walcheren, 401; queen's assurances to, but cannot accept protection, 410–1.
-, enemy attempts to win over men in, 404; expecting answer from Willoughby, 412; beginning to hearken to enemy, 447.
-, Willoughby to get States' promises for well using of, 412; copy of articles and promise to, 448.
-, Maurice and States desire queen to take over, 413; with Berghen would secure Walcheren, 433.
-, queen proposes Schenck as governor of, 417, 422, 434, 447–8; protest against Schenck as governor, 500, 518; Willoughby states objections to appointment, 501.
-, contributions of Brabant to be used to pay, 435.
-, States' allotment of garrison for, 443; in same state as 3 months ago, 480; States careless about, 492.
-, Willoughby called away to attend to, 455; Willoughby despairs of good conclusion for, 462; in desperate terms, 478.
-, Maurice and Willoughby gone to see what can be done about, 492; Willoughby induces to accept 20 months' pay, 500; account of his dealings with, 518; settled if States keep promise, 531.
-, Schenck dissatisfied because Willoughby wants to put Wingfield into, 493, 503.
-, resolution of States of Holland concerning, 493; Hohenlohe may wait to see issue of, 519; wants to have his profit there, as heretofore, 533.

Gelderland, Gelders, Gueldre, Gueldres, Province, Netherlands, 391.
-, note of troops quartered in, 41; does not consider army provided by States sufficient, 57.
-, claim for freedom of worship in, 42; frontiers in great necessity, 58.
-, well affected to queen, 56; good success in overcast, 61.
-, proposal to billet musketeers from, in Walcheren, 65.
-, deputies go home not liking new form of government, 70, 73; get no satisfaction for defence, 71; only one deputy in Council, 136.
-, asked to make Maurice absolute governor, 71; French not generally understood in, 179.
-, dislike proceedings of Holland, separating from them, 88; deputies go home, 92, 142; makes difficulties about new Council, 300.
-, Willoughby without direction about, 151; queen urged to move, to save from enemy, 202.
-, letter of Killigrew to, about peace treaty, 159; Leoninus going to, 208.
-, urged to friendly union with other provinces, 217; wants Leicester back, 301.
-, places in, not in queen's command to keep cessation, 293.
-, Lesieur employed by Willoughby to, 361.
-, Groningen a key to, 363; Holland promises help to, 405; contributes little or nothing, 517.
-, Alva master of, 364; domains in mortgaged to Schenck, 526.
-, deputies from churches of, going to England, 396.
-, chancellor of. See Leoninus, Elbertus.
-, councillors of, 444.

Geldern, Gueldres [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire]:
-, suggested for peace conference, 262; garrison paid by Schenck, 516.
-, Schenck gave warning of treason at, 526.

-, duke of. See Charles duke of Gueldres.

Gellee, Gelee, Jacques, burgomaster of Flushing:
-, letters from, 41.
-, appeal for, for many seized unduly, 37, 40, 51; asks for restoration, 41.

General, the lord. See Bertie Peregrine, lord Willoughby de Eresby; Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester.

Geneva [Canton Geneve, Switzerland], some quarrel with neighbours, 197.

Genoa [Prov. Genova, Italy], 354. Priamo summoned to, 19.

Gent. See Ghent.

George, the prisoner, removed from Nieuport to Lille, 134.

Germaine, Edward, master gunner at Flushing, money due to, 219.

Germans, Almains, Almaynes:
-, troops in Parma's army, 29, 213, 276, 293, 536–8; numbers, 77.
-, new supplies of, 77; demand for withdrawal of forces, 301.
-, troops sent by Alva to Groningen, 363; Don John refused to dismiss, 479.

-, See also reiters.

Germany, the Empire, 285, 349.
-, news from, 305–6, 442.
-, Junius returning to, 33; Hohenlohe may withdraw to, 72; he is about to depart to, 395.
-, Parma's forces from, 43; principal men from, in Parma's army, 275–6.
-, great levy of horses in, for Protestants, 112.
-, Philip likely to wage new war against, 149, 172; preparations for war in, 239.
-, embassy from Poles to, 306.
-, queen refuses to meddle in affairs of, 435; Knibbe could give queen intelligence of, 498.
-, Dutch disappointed of levies from, 443, 451.
-, Hohenlohe leaving for, 502, 519; Schenck going to, 503.
-, Princes of:
-,-, mission from Denmark to, 33; Poles ask for resolution from, 306.
-,-, proposed diet at Hamburg, 306.
-,-, instructions for Dutch envoys to, 484, 503; some jealousy about, 501; Hohenlohe's mission to, 519.

Gerteromberg, Gertredvanberghen, Gertrendenbergh, Gertruidenbergh. See Geertruidenberg.

Ghent, Gant, Gaunt, Gaynt, Gent [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], 36, 238, 261.
-, letters and papers dated at, 25, 59, 68, 185, 536.
-, news from, 54.
-, Parma at, 12, 101, 147; Parma's shipping at, 18; Parma goes off to, 146.
-, Spanish commissioners go to, 25; demands made at, 46.
-, Pekott imprisoned at, 78; Spencer travelling by, 145, 171; Rogers may go on to, 219.
-, ships passed from, to Sluys, 79; boats assembled at against Walcheren, 79; ships assembled near, 172.
-, de Loo at, 146; Spanish commissioners at, 171; Spaniards would like for conference, 267.
-, Parma's troops quartered between Ostend and, 172; warships pass from, 525.
-, truth about river from, to Sluys, 180; would serve for English rebels, 340.
-, Dale going to, 180; Dale's reception at, 184; very honourably entertained at, 194; Dale leaves, 195; his visit to, 368.
-, burgomasters of appeal to Dale and present with wine, 184; echevins of, desire for peace, 195; commission asked for at, 314, 322.
-, Rogers confers with Parma at, 239, 258, 278; suggested for peace conference, 324–5, 329, 369.
-, raids made as far as, 286.
-, Robert Cecil knows cost of journey to, 474.
-, bond of for payment of money lent by queen, 540.

-, treaty of, Pacification of:
-, ratification demanded, 41; area of, extended, 42; what to advise queen if Philip will grant terms of, 125; proposed basis of treaty, 471, 473, 479, 486–7, 541.
-, Dale on attitude of Holland and Zeeland to, 128; Spaniards will not hear of, 522.
-, Philip revoked after accepting, 149; toleration granted by, 301, 487; larger toleration required, 471.
-, States rendered mistrustful by breach of, 474; mentioned in instructions to deputies, 540; Loo thinks best not to refer to, 545.

Ghertruenberghe. See Geertruidenberg.

Ghibelines, pope means to put down faction of, 198.

Gibbes, George, master gunner, money due to, 219.

Giles, Gyles, John, Barney quarrelled with, 78.

Gilpin, Guylpen, George, secretary to Council of State, 365.
-, letters from, 5, 57, 88, 318, 360–1, 364, 404, 424, 481, 517, 525.
-, -, referred to, 394, 437.
-, asks entertainment from queen, for services, 5–6; may have to return to merchants, 318.
-, ready to advise Walsingham weekly, 6; Killigrew recommends to take his place, 30–1, 300, 302; question before Council, 64.
-, goes to Leyden about Lafaille's ransom, 17; Killigrew appeals for, 318, 327.
-, translates Killigrew's speech into Dutch, 179; good service over Medemblik, 302, 318.
-, Willoughby recommends to Council, 250, 331; and to Walsingham, 251; thanks Walsingham, 405, 424.
-, sent Leicester's resignation to Killigrew, 300.
-, to be discharged by States, 318; discharged and replaced by Dutchman, 331.
-, sent to Geertruidenberg, 357; still busy about it, 360.
-, return to Hague with Willoughby, left to solicit State's answer about ships and horse, 404.
-, Killigrew asks salary for, as secretary to Council, 436, 478; expecting warrant 481; reiterates old suit, 517; gratitude to Walsingham, 525; order to pay salary to, 534.
-, recommends physician to Walsingham, 525.

Gitten Berge, Gittenborgh. See Geertruidenberg.

Gonzaga, Gonsaga, Gonzague, Hannibal, commands Italian horse in Parma's army, 214, 294, 538.

-, Ferrando, Hernando, commands Germans in Parma's army, 213, 276, 537.

-, Vincenzio I, duke of Mantua, Ferrara wants to secure support for heir, 123.

Gorcum, Gorchum [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, letter dated at, 116.
-, demands of garrison, 55, 58.
-, Philip of Nassau repulsed at, 58.
-, Ysselstein's wife goes to Hohenlohe at, 112.

Gordayn. See Mauleon Girault de, seigneur de Gourdain.

Goring, servant of Lord Admiral, letters brought by, 183.

Gorminge [? Geelmuyen, Drenthe, Netherlands], Sannes sided with enemy in, 60.

Gosemante, Gosmanto, Don Lewis, serving in Parma's army, 275, 537.

goshawk, Pekott sends to Leicester, 78.

Gosland, boors from incantoned in Utrecht, 56.

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

Graffina, Graffigna, Agostino, Parma upset over treatment of, 145.

Granier, Granyer. See Garnier.

Grave [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], assigned to Camillo Orsino, 354; Oddo Colonna left servants at, 354.

Gravelines, Graveline, Graveling, Gravelyn [Nord, France]:
-, boat of, pursues Croft, 129; Thomas captured by men of, 289.
-, order for reception of commissioners at, 135; Burburg near, 320.
-, La Motte reported gone to, 321; boats kept between and St. Omer, moved to Dunkirk, 514.
-, English squadron appears off, 453, 465.

-, governor of. See Pardieu, Valentine, seigneur de la Motte.

-, road of, 511.

Gravenhage. See Hague.

Gravenwaert, island of, St. Gravenweirt [Schenkenschanz, Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], money paid by Schenck to garrison of, 526.

Gravesend, co. Kent, Cobham embarked at, 102.

Graynier. See Garnier.

Greenwich, Grinwhich, co. Kent, 222.
-, letters dated at, 21, 50, 89, 91, 104, 118, 123–4, 170, 188–9, 223, 225, 273, 310, 320, 328, 333, 388, 407–8, 418, 420, 432, 450, 491.
-, Parma knew well, 171.

Grene, Thomas, one of Stanley's captains, 524.

-, Mr. priest with Stanley, 524.

Grenevelt. See Grunevelt.

Grey, Lord, dealings with Warwick about office (? master of the ordnance), 136.

Griffino, Anthony, pensioner of Stanley, 524.

Grimaldi, S. de, secretary to Parma, letter of, 503.

Griniere. See Garnier.

Grinwhich. See Greenwich.

Grison. See Gryson.

Gritenies, —, deputy of Friesland, letter to, 513.

Groenvelt. See Grunevelt.

Groine, the. See Coruña.

Groningen, Netherlands, memorial on importance of town and province, 363–4; domains in mortgaged to Schenck, 526.

-, governor of. See Ligne, John de, prince of Aremberg; Verdugo, Colonel Francis.

Grootebrock, Grootebrouch [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], letter dated at, 361.

Grove, Benedict, deputy to Huddilstone, the treasurer, answer to Brune's charges, 52–3.

Groyne, the. See Coruña.

Grunevelt, Grenevelt, Groenvelt, Groineville, Groinvelt, Gronvelt, Gruenevelt, Arnold, sieur de:
-, remonstrance with States at harsh treatment of, 74; queen orders States to treat well, 75; Willoughby to inform of action taken for, 85; queen's protection of, 281.
-, representations to Dutch commissioners about, 84, 120; States regret queen's opinion about, 132; deny proceedings against 133; States threaten to disband troop and seek his death, 178.
-, asked to justify surrender of Sluys, 133; substance of two letters to Leicester, 177–8.
-, at Dordrecht with message from Geertruidenberg, 200; asks Capelle to send message, 201.
-, assured that Holland treating with Parma, 201; urges representations to queen to save outlying provinces, 202.

Grunier. See Garnier.

Grussot, Jean de, sieur de Richardot, Richardott, Richardotte, Richirdio, Rychardotte, President of Artois:
-, letters from 264, 276.
-, spoke of cessation to de Loo, 44; talks of cessation being granted at arrival of commissioners, 144, 286.
-, safe conduct for, 82–3; Parma's commission to, 126, Dale wants sent to Ostend, 195.
-, present at Dale's interview with Parma 184; takes Dale home, 185; conducted Dale to Parma, 192.
-, hint at accident out of Spain, 185, 190, 194, 206; commissioners puzzled by remark about safe conduct, 191; Dale questions about, 195.
-, cannot affirm that there is any commission, 190; to deliver Parma's full resolution to English, 234.
-, discussion at Ghent with Dale about place of meeting, 194–5; leaving for Ostend, 234.
-, speaks of Parma's desire for good accord, 235; Rogers asked to show de Loo's letters to, 240; Parma sends to Rogers, 241; Rogers not satisfied by, 243.
-, nomination as commissioner, 240; promised to go to Ostend, 244; Morris says expected at Ostend, 245.
-, Parma's reference to remark of, 241–2; note on speeches to Dale about, 256; reference to speech with Croft, 258–9.
-, would tell commissioners of Rogers' boast, 246; objection to places suggested, 257.
-, only came to Ostend to treat about place, 256; earnest invective against the place, 259; conference at Ostend, 261–4, 326; agrees to first meeting near Ostend, 264–6.
-, asks R. Cecil about Dunkirk burning, 260; asks English dogs for Parma, 261; speaks again of burning of ships, 262.
-, penned the safe conduct himself, 262; limits scope of safe conduct, 283, 330.
-, queen takes exception to objection to Ostend, 274; announces intention of commissioners to attend first meeting, 275–6; asked to postpone date, 278.
-, present at first conference near Ostend, 282, 285; hopes for renewal of old friendship, 286.
-, Garnier repeats speeches of, 296; suspicion of insincerity caused by speeches of, 310.
-, resented request for sight of commission, 314; pressed about commission, 322; answers given by about, 325–6.
-, complains that new matter demanded daily, 324; further remarks to Morris, 325.
-, states Parma's mind about meeting place, 324; queen dissatisfied with answers, 340–1, 351–2.
-, showed king's letter to Morris, 331; does not believe Armada off Brittany, 400.
-, ready to consider Croft's articles, 347; his answers to the articles, 384–5; commissioners discuss answers, 385; answers referred to, 387–8, 404, 413.
-, Dale calls a fox, 366; Dale's conference with at Bruges, 368, 371; will not give a copy of commission, 371; Dale trusts no further than can see, 456.
-, queen's comment on project of cessation, 386; denies promise of cessation, 453, 465–6.
-, promises to meet English at Bourburgh, 403; comes without commission and goes back to fetch it, 425, 429, 495.
-, says Cobham minded to do nothing about peace, 430; Cobham never heard word of, 461.
-, proposes to enter on principal, 452; says English have spoken more clearly than before and asks them to offer further, 506.
-, remark about land and sea forces, 454, 467; misinforms English about Morosini, 521.
-, puts replies in French to be turned into Latin, 455; Aremberg only an echo of, 508.
-, gone to Bruges, 462; hopes to enter on principal on return, 464, 466; gone to visit sick brother, 468; return of, 504.
-, brings Parma's answer about cessation, 494; new proposal for cessation by 495; Cobham comments on answer, 534.
-, English will not be treated as inferiors by, 506.
-, says ready to renew treaties of Charles V and Henry VIII, 530.

Gryson, Grison, M., governor of Oudenburg, gives convoy to English commissioners, 418.

Guasto, marquis of. See Avalos, Caesar.

Guatra, Pietro, in Parma's army, 294.

Gueldre, Gueldres. See Gelderland.

Gueldres. See Geldern.

Guelphs, pope means to put down faction, 198.

Guise, Guisers, House of:
-, pursue reiters out of France, 239; celebrate queen of Scots funeral, 345.
-, will take Dutch quarrel in hand and Spain will back, 393.
-, French king likely to come to agreement with, 437.

Guise, duke of. See Lorraine, Henry of.

gunpowder, powder:
-, Ostend short of, 73; store at Brill, 74; order to send from Flushing to Ostend, 124; reduced quantity at Flushing, 256.
-, Russel asks that Brune be paid for, 470–1; Conway writes for supplies of, 489.

gunners, Conway reports need of, at Ostend, 446, 490, 510.

guns, artillery, cannon, ordnance:
-, carried by ships at Antwerp, 14.
-, sent from Bruges to Yzendijk, 15; order to send from Flushing to Ostend, 124.
-, Ostend short of, 73; Conway asks for three, 270, 446.
-, state of, at Flushing, 256; needed by Russel, 362.
-, asked for by Zeeland, 362, 380, 402, 449, 516; Russel supports request, 399.
-, on quay, at Dunkirk, 483.
-, slanges, 15.

Guny, M. de, commands lances in Parma's army, 538.

Gurtruidenburg, Gurtruydenberg. See Geertruidenberg.

Guylpen. See Gilpin.

Guyses. See Lorraine, Henry of, duke of Guise.

Guzman, Enrique de, count of Olivares, Spanish ambassador at Rome:
-, letters from, 122–3.
-, suggests device to Doria, 123.

Gwasta, Gwasto. See Avalos, Caesar, marquis del Guasto.

Gwin, Gwine, Captain, plot for betrayal of Ostend, 81–2.

-, Peter, one of Stanley's captains, 524.

Gyles. See Giles.

Gyttingburg. See Geertruidenberg.



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