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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 16: May-December 1582 (1909), pp. 539-543. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78889 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Aa, 'Ha,' river, reiters spoil country beyond, 151.

Aachen. See Aix.

Abraham, surgeon-in-chief in French army, killed in battle off the Azores, 213.

Acuna, Pedro de, in army for Terceras, 112.

Adams, Henry, servant to Cobham, writes concerning jewels to be sent to England, 552.

Addison, John, merchant of Southampton, petition of, to Walsingham, 544.

Adjacetto. See Diaceto.

Admiral, the, of England. See Clinton.

Admiralty, judge of, makes report concerning French merchants, 78, 384;

Swift abuses French merchants in presence of, 430;

cause of Spaniards robbed by English to be tried by, 451. See also Lewes;
-, Dale.

Adolf von Solms, Count of Meurs and Neuenahr, 'Meure,' 'Moers,' Monsieur makes secret contract with, 85 (p. 79);

Lesieur expects to see, 177;

goes to Imperial Diet, 358;

Duke of Cleves to succeed, if he has no issue, 438.

Adrienche, Adrien, owner of Cygne of Middelburg, 63.

Aelst, Peter van, Alostanus, Burgomaster of Antwerp, formerly councillor to Count Palatine, Longston has speech with, touching Pallavicino and Spinola, 197;

mentioned, 548.

Aerschot, town of, said to have been surprised by M. de Famars, 109, 110;

failure of enterprise upon, 118 (p. 118), 119, 121, 126 (p. 126);

Sempill betrays soldiers of Lierre at, 237;

said to have been taken by French, 406.

Aerschot, Duke of. See Croy, Philippe de.

Affaitadi (?), Ippolito, Giraldes considers his debt to Walsingham to have been brought about by, 407.

Affo, Cesare D', a Florentine, goods of Christophero de Monte in hands of, 378.

Africa, 'distress' suffered by Don Sancho d'Avila in, 113 (p. 111);

Moors in. wish to pass over to Spain, 114 (p. 113).

Agenois assigned to Queen of Navarre as dowry, 62 (p. 53).

Aglionby, Thomas, a prisoner in Rome, 352.

Aigues Mortes, 'Aquis Mortis,' French capture Spanish brigantine near, 441 (p. 434);

Marquis of Pescara said to have been captured near 442, 457. 483.

Aire. burghers of, refuse to receive Spaniards, 391.

Aix [la Chapelle]. Aachen, blockade by Spanish and action, 76;

mentioned, 310 (p. 305);

representatives of, excluded from Diet of Augsburg, 333 (p. 323).

Alandi Scoti, Conte d'. See Landi.

Alarde, Alard, reference to pieces belonging to cause of, 486;

'Alerde,' says that he can discover plots against Elizabeth, 520;

delivers papers to Cobham, 538.

Alaredo, in Biscay. See Laredo.

Alba, Captain of, sent to French court by Duke of Mantua, 4 (p. 3).

Albanese, troops attacked by Williams, 118 (p. 117);

'Albernoyes,' brought to Bruges as accomplices of Salcedo, 220;

attacked by enemy, 335.

Albania, people from, take part in festivities at Constantinople, 178 (p. 174).

Albert V, Duke of Bavaria, German gentleman comes to French court to deal in affairs of, 35;

retires from Imperial Diet, 302 (p. 297).

Albert Frederick Duke of Prussia, and Marquis of Brandenburg, ambassador from Duke of Cleves with, 438.

Albon, Captain Jehan, from Valais, ambassador to French king, 519.

Alday, John, of Harwich, master of Emanuel, his encounter with French man-of-war, 6.

Alem, Emir, created Aga of Janissaries, 178 (p. 177).

Alemtara, Commandery of, Pope allows King Philip to impose double tenths on, 478.

Alençon, Duke of Ferrara promises to lend Monsieur money upon caution of certain rents in, 369.

- Duke of. See Francis.

Alessandria, Italian professing to come from, visits Cobham, 179.

Alessandrino, Cardinal;

see Bonelli.

Alexandre, —, captain in French fleet for Don Antonio, 95, 115.

Alexandro, an Italian, bargains in Sweden for ships, 442.

Allen, Dr. William (afterwards Cardinal), Italian books sent to. 33 (p. 30);

Principal of College at Rheims 66 (p. 57):

Gower brings letter from, to Jesuits in Paris, 149.

Alleza, M. de, in command of cornet of horse at Ghent, 180.

Almerin. Spanish King goes to, with Empress, 86.

Alonso, Spanish captain serving in States' army, betrays Lierre, 227;

said to have been executed, 227 (p. 230);

said to have been ransomed. 231;

hanged by Prince of Parma, 487, 491, 501, 502.

Alost, Alst. Parma kills peasants in revenge for loss of, 14;

'Aholst,' reference to taking of, 30;

Spanish enterprise fails against, 55;

enemy thinks to retake, easily, 185;

French and English troops go towards, 363, 377;

kept wholly by French and Walloons 392;

mentioned, 454;

Monsieur sands French into 456;

enemy likely to besiege, 462, 463;

States' troops receive direction to go to, 470;

English and French companies go towards, 473;

enemy thought to be going to besiege, 475;

Norris's cavalry at, 477;

enemy takes castles near, 487, 489;

English horse not received in, 491;

in danger through loss of Likerke, 493;

enemy in neighbourhood of 499, 514.

Alostanus, Peter, burgomaster. See Aelst.

Alva, Duchess of, letter of consolation to, on death of Duke, 553.

Alva, Duke of. See Toledo.

Alvares, Melchior, Portuguese merchant, signs bond to Captain Kenne, 452.

- Peter, Portuguese merchant, signs bond to Captain Kenne, 452.

Amadeus, Count of Savoy, reference to, 5.

Amiens people of, put all strangers out of town, fearing treachery, 331;

Prince Dauphin at, 375.

Añastro, Gaspar de, account of his debt to Venero, 46.

-, -, letter to, 45.

Ancelmo, Anthoni, Colonel of Antwerp, 548.

Ancenis, on the Loire, Don Antonio takes post at, 498.

Andalusia, companies of, departing towards Terceras, 112;

navy gathering on coast of, 148.

Andrada, Simon d', Portuguese merchant, signs bond to Captain Kenne, 452.

Andreas, one of those who spoiled Rogers, 194 (p. 194).

Angell, Mark, in Captain Williams' company, 263.

Angennes, Nicolas d', Marquis de Rambouillet. of the Order of Saint Esprit, sent to Flanders, 441 (p. 434), 457, 473;

returns to France, 487, 517, 538 (p. 526).

Angiers, Bishop of. See Rusé.

Anglure, Anglucar, 'Ainlee', Baron of [qy. Africair d'], said to be in charge of German troops for Don Antonio, 383.

Angoulême, duchy of assigned to Duchess of Ch´tellerault, 188

Angra, in Tereera, 'Angres,' English pirate robs Portuguese ship at, 469.

- letters dated at, 107, 317, 322, 329, 330.

Angus, Earl of. See Douglas, Archibald.

Anholt, on the Rhine, younger Baron of, born at, 416 (p. 407);

held by King of Spain, 438 (2).

- Baron of. See Bronkhorst.

Anjou, Monsieur's forces advancing from region of, 126 (p. 126).

Anjou, Duke of. See Francis.

Anne, Queen, sister to Duke of Cleves, 438.

Anselme, Captain [Anselme Peyrussis], men assembling near Geneva under, 5, 185.

Antonio, Don, prior of Crato, young Lansac to go with army for, 4 (p. 4);

affairs in Netherlands for shipping proceed slowly, 18 (p. 16);

preparation of army in France for, gets along slowly, 31;

ships for, go down river of Bordeaux for Brouage, 33 (p. 30);

French navy said to have been prepared for, may go to Scotland, 43;

said to have promise of help from Queen of Scots, 51;

rumour of French army preparing to aid, 53 (p. 46);

reference to letter from, 59;

young Lansac wishes to go with army for, 62 (p. 52.);

all things in good point for, in Terceras 62 (p. 53);

intends to see departure of 'army,' 74 (p. 67);

Madeira said to have revolted in favour of, 74 (p. 68);

detains English pirates, 77 (p. 72);

agent of, at the Hague, 85 (p. 78);

Huguenots think that French troops said to be collected for, are to be sent against them, 91;

state of French army raised for, 95;

mentioned, 107;

reference to proceedings of 'army' of, 113, 114;

list of names in 'army' of, 115;

declarations published in Netherlands by, 118 (p. 121);

French King calls council to consider enterprise of, 122;

request for English soldiers. 133;

Cobham thinks it doubtful if he will land in Portugal, 136;

leaves Tours and goes to sea, 137 (p. 134);

preparation of fleet of, 143 (p. 141);

aid given to, by Queen Mother, 150 (p. 149);

Elisabeth gives permission for ships to serve, 171;

King of Spain said to have no fear of, 175;

French King refers to help given to, 179;

help given to, from Rochelle, 187;

no mention made of claims of, in book touching titles of competitors for Kingdom of Portugal, 193;

news of landing of, in Portugal, 209 (p. 208);

French enterprise on behalf of, 213;

reference to commands of Lords of Privy Council touching commissions delivered forth by, 230;

King 'Antoney,' said to be in Viana, 240;

ambassador from, comes to Antwerp and Bruges, 243;

said to have published declaration against King Philip in France, 247;

fleet of, said to have taken St. Michael's, 260;

report of rout of his fleet, 265;

said to have gone to Madeira before battle of Azores, 266;

ships ready in Flanders for service of, 287 (p. 280);

Leicester's 'footman' hopes to repair to, 288 (p. 282);

reference to victory of fleet of, over King of Spain's, 298;

English ships, under pretext of serving, plunder Dutch merchants, 299;

reference to defeat of, 300;

defeat of, will work bitter effects in Low Countries, 302;

news in Zealand of overthrow of, 303;

no certain news from, 307;

reference to fleet of, 317;

vassals of, under great obligation to Elizabeth, 329;

mentioned, 330;

success of, would bring comfort to many in Low Countries, 335;

mentioned, 336, 337 (p. 328);

news of, diversely reported in Low Countries, 338;

reference to new French fleet to aid, 343 (p. 334);

reference to course taken by, in France, 348 (p. 339);

Queen Mother sends news of defeat of, to Low Countries, 350;

general command of French fleet for Azores held by, 353 (p. 345);

comes to St. Michael's, 353 (p. 347);

inhabitants of Azores surrender willingly to, 365;

ships prepared for, in England, 368;

said to be alive and well, 377 (p. 375);

Count Vimioso said to have 'discovered' practices of, with other princes, 382;

Count Vimioso the occasion of his not leaguing himself with King of Spain, 383 (1);

money coined by at Tercera, 393;

reference to speeches of Queen Mother to Cobham touching affairs of, 402;

Duke of Épernon buys diamond from, 423 (p. 415);

mentioned, 446;

banishes Jesuits from Tercera, 461;

Spaniards hope to capture, 465;

news of, 468;

mentioned, 469;

said to have embarked expedition against Madeira, 471;

said to have caused Duarte de Castro to be beheaded, 472 (p. 460);

goes towards Madeira, 480 (p. 471);

protestations in name of, against Portuguese brought into England by Kenne, 481;

German troops being levied to be embarked in France for, 486;

said to have landed at Belleisle, 497;

news of, 498;

has secret conference with Queen Mother, 518;

French sovereigns not contented with return of, from Terceras, 520;

expected in Low Countries, 529;

intends to go into Flanders, 538 (p. 526);

52 (cipher for?), Cobham visits, 540.

-, -, letters from, 11, 60, 322.

Antonio, Cashier to Añastro. See Venero.

Antoyne, M. d', the More [qy. Antonis Mor, jun.], in command of cornet of horse at Ghent, 180.

Antwerp, Walsingham demands payment of sums due to Queen, from, 10;

Doyley deals with Norris's affairs in, 30;

victuals and munition sent to Oudenarde from, 30;

Elizabeth intends to levy interest of, on townsmen of, 40;

Elizabeth does not receive part payment from, 42,

Venero's debts in, 45;

grant passed from Monsieur to merchants of, for incorporating them into a company, 67;

mentioned, 69;

money due to Pallavicino and Spinola, demanded from, 80;

mentioned, 119;

Rochepot comes to, 135;

English troops stay for pay at. 142;

magistrates at Bruges receive news of Monsieur's movements from, 147;

munition wagons sent to Norris from, 165;

burgomasters of, 180 (p. 180);

du Plessis expected from, 181 (p. 181);

de Villiers at, 182;

Prince of Epinoy governor at, 185;

Williams comes to, 191;

Sainte-Aldegonde sent to, 220;

news from, of capture of Lierre, 221;

loss of Ipres troubles, 221;

parcels of money made up in Paris for Monsieur in, 223;

mentioned, 224;

much perplexed by loss of Lierre 227 (p. 228);

many families from neighbouring places withdraw into, 231;

enemy comes to gates of, 234 (p. 237);

Sainte-Aldegonde at, 235;

Sempill obtains money at, 237;

enemy within musket shot of, 237 (p. 241), 238;

ambassador from Don Antonio comes to Bruges from, 243;

Lesieur about to go to, 252;

French camp near 258;

Sainte-Aldegonde at, 259;

Count Hohenlohe comes to, 260;

Monsieur determined to go to, 279, 280, 281, 284, 294;

many people leave, on account of loss of Lierre, 283;

mentioned, 303;

Monsieur expected at, 304;

States' troops in villages round about, 311;

Herle at, 315 (p. 308);

Norris waiting for troops near, 319;

Gascons arrive at, 336;

Prince of Parma's physician captured and brought to, 347;

Pena writes concerning money to be paid him in, 360;

Longston sends letter to, 361;

money to be paid to Monsieur at, by Duke of Ferrara, 369;

Dutch shipping from, small, 388;

magistrates of, welcome Prince of Chimay 389;

Rogers refers to his letters sent to, 416;

Lesieur at, 427;

Spanish agent' in Paris does not wish Salcede's head to be set on gate of, 441, (p. 433);

people of, wish to suppress English merchants in, 453;

Chanvallon goes towards, 463;

Saint-Luc said to have been defeated between Lierre and, 465;

merchants of, regret departure of Merchants Adventurers, 474;

Fremyn's regiment before, 487;

Gilpin sends letters to, 489;

States-General meet at, 489 (p. 480);

Monsieur sends gentlemen from, to meet French nobles, 493;

head and arms of Alonzo buried at, 501, 502;

Latin inscription affixed to S. George's Gate at, in honour of Duke of Anjou, 513;

reference to departure of Merchants Adventurers from, 523;

French nobles arrive at, 524;

French encamp near, 529;

French from Vilvorde and Brussels come to, 533;

rumour of mutiny of people of, 538;

magistrates of, 548;

trade of Merchants Adventurers well understood at, 550.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 9, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 27, 28, 30, 31, 39, 44, 49, 55, 63, 68, 70, 80, 85, 93, 98, 99, 100, 109, 110, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 124, 125, 126, 134, 139, 143, 151, 157, 158, 159, 163, 165, 169, 177, 180, 197, 199, 203, 216, 234, 260, 271, 283, 302, 303, 306, 311, 319, 327, 335, 336, 337, 338, 345, 346, 347, 358, 359, 362, 363, 374, 376, 377, 381, 387, 389, 390, 392, 394, 404, 405, 406, 413, 414, 418, 422, 427, 431, 432, 439, 445, 450, 455, 456, 460, 462, 470, 473, 477, 487, 491, 492, 499, 500, 501, 502, 505, 506, 512, 513, 514, 523, 524, 525, 526, 528, 529, 530, 533, 536.

Apulia, companies to be placed along coast of, 113 (p. 111).

'Aques.' Chaudes. See Eaux Chaudes.

Aquila [qy. Aguilar], Hernando del, in 'army' for Terceras, 112

Aquileia, Patriarch of. See Guistiniani, Alvise.

Aragon, Felix de, in 'army' for Terceras, 112.

-, Signor, wishes to visit England, 339.

Aragon, King of Spain breaks off his intention of going to, 480 (p. 471).

-, Charles d'. Duke of Terranova, to be governor of Milan, 472 (p. 461), 494 (p. 485);

to be governor of Malcontents, 527.

Ardalla, Claudio de, killed in battle of the Azores, 213.

Aremberg, Count of. See Ligny.

Argenlieu. See Hangest.

Aristotle, reference to Politics 1253a, 269.

Arleux, French horsemen at, 118 (p. 118) 143 (p. 139).

Arman, —, Captain in French fleet for Don Antonio, 115.

Armentières, people of, swear to be true to King of Spain, 96;

'exploit' upon, 118 (p. 118);

false report of capture of, 121.

Armeville. See Martel.

Arnaud, former servant to Mauvissière, 48.

Arnault, — (French King's secretary), Pallavicino wishes him to help in his brother's release, 108.

Arnheim, 'Arnam,' in Guelderland, 18;

bad management between Count William and men of, 55;

Maas and Rhine defended by people of, 315 (p. 309);

held by Monsieur, 438 (2).

Arques, Anne d', Duke of Joyeuse, one of the King's minions, office of Admiral bestowed on, 4 (p. 4), 62 (p. 52);

all sea-faring causes to be referred to, 173;

governments in Normandy to be bestowed on, 209 (p. 208);

accompanies King to Auvergne, 248;

to be present at meeting between King of Navarre, Condé and Montmorency 288 (p. 282);

offers to go as Admiral of new fleet against Spaniards, 343 (p. 334);

mentioned, 396 (p. 393);

Arques goes to Marseilles and Languedoc, 396 (394);

present at Salcedo's execution, 423 (p. 414);

brings summary of complaints made by French against English, 423 (p. 416), 424 (p. 417);

said to have sent letters to d'Aubigny, 508;

to be created Knight of Order of Saint-Esprit, 518 (p. 509);

visits Don Antonio, 540.

-, letter from 211 (b).

-, François d'. Cardinal de Joyeuse. brother of above, 442.

-, Georges d', Vicomte de Saint Didier, brother of above, proposed marriage of with Claude de Morey, 457.

-, Guillaume d', Sieur de Joyeuse, father of above, his son visits in Languedoc, 396 (p. 394);

Joyeuse seeks to make up quarrel between Duke of Montmoreney and, 424 (p. 417).

Arran, Earl of. See Stewart, James.

Arras, French troops make excursions against, 118 (p. 118);

enemy said to be making preparations at, to besiege Cambray, 284;

general meeting of States of Artois and Hainault at, 349;

States delay in answering demands of Prince of Parma at, 364.

Artois, Parma sends to towns of, for gunpowder, 53 (p. 46);

enemy sends cornets of horse into, 118 (p. 118);

Monsieur's reiters near, 126 (p. 126);

mentioned, 143 (p. 139);

French troops burn villages in, 160;

French King forbids victuals and munitions to be sent into, from Calais, 284;

Prince of Parma sends troops into, 322;

French troops intend to enter, 323;

general meeting of States of, at Arras. 349;

towns of, disheartened by loss of Lille, 358;

States of, have not yet answered demands of Prince of Parma, 364;

towns of, refuse to take in Spanish soldiers 375;

Villiers to conduct forces from Cambray to, 377 (p. 376);

Prince of Parma retires from, 440;

news from 454;

Prince of Parma sends for his army from, 463;

people of, prefer Prince of Parma to a Spaniard as governor, 527;

corn scarce in, 531.

Ascanio, Giulio, Signor 'delli Onoti [qy. Onesti] Bolonnesi,' comes to Paris with Count Ottavio Landi, 396 (p. 394), 401.

Ascoale, Don G. Ronquillo of [qy. Prince of Asooli], in Don Antonio's force, 112.

Asheby, Ashby, William, to take letters from Emperor to Elizabeth, 323;

carries letters from Herle, 358;

mentioned, 363;

visits Duke of Cleves on behalf of Rogers, 416.

-, -, letter from, 316.

Asheton, Dr., 483 (p. 476).

Aspre, Baron of, sent from Empress to Reine Blanche of France, 518 (p. 509).

Assa Pasha, son of Mehemet Pasha, 178 (p. 176).

Assenville, Baron of, sent by Duke of Lorraine to French King. 396 (p. 392).

'Asshffeld,' Captain, servant of Earl of Warwick, does valiantly in encounter before Ghent, 302 (p. 296).

Asson, John, mariner, statement of, respecting the Emanuel, 6.

Astell, Awstell(?), Harry, Captain, Herle persuades to serve under Morgan rather than Norris, 227 (p. 229);

comes to Antwerp, 377 (p. 375);

Norris writes recommending, 413;

mentioned, 428.

-, -, letter from, 278.

Aston, Roger, comes to Antwerp with Goodriche, 143 (p. 141).

Ath, 'Athen,' in Hainault, States' troop attempt to take, 374.

Atkinson, (?) David, 'Acquinston,' Queen's officer, Mauvissière wishes to execute commission of French merchants. 430.

Attigny, on frontier of Champagne, Swiss and reiters assembling at, 15.

Aubigny, Baron d'. See Lens.

-, Count d'. See Stuart, Esmé.

Audry (? Francis), brings letters to des Ouches from Walsingham, 174.

Augsburg, reference to Diet at, 12, 80, 99, 110;

Du Plessis to represent Monsieur at, 118 (p. 120);

Emperor and princes delay in going to, 126 (p. 126);

Du Plessis and Duke of Bouillon travel to, 139;

to have 'his' course, 143 (p. 140);

Diet at, said to be deferred, 152;

mentioned, 175, 179;

articles propounded and laid forth at, 198;

Du Plessis to refer to Salcedo's plot at, 203;

du Plessis and Duke of Bouillon about to start for, 205;

reference to articles read at, 209 (p. 209);

debate at, as to whether it be good for Monsieur to be in Low Countries, 237 (p. 241);

reference to Gilpin's proceedings at, 241;

M. du Plessis takes instructions from French Court for his journey to, 243 Muscovite ambassador to repair to, 266;

Diet at, 302 (p. 297), 310;

Duke Casimir charges his ambassadors at, to solicit Rogers' release, 312;

mentioned, 316;

letters from, 323;

news from, 333 (p. 323);

Count of Meurs goes to Diet at, 358;

Rogers complains of his capture while on his way to, 366;

Gilpin at, 388;

news from, sent by Gilpin, 427;

Earl of Arenberg ambassador from King of Spain at, 438;

reference to Gilpin's journey to, 453;

Diet at an end, 468;

Gilpin refers to his being at, 489;

Confession of, Bishop of Cologne wishes to introduce, 499.

-, letters dated at, 490 (1), 490 (2).

Aumâle, Duke of. See Lorraine, Charles of.

Aumont, Jean d', Marshal of France, accompanies Swiss ambassadors to Paris, 494.

Auquerque, M. d', reference to news from, 125.

Aurat, Paul, secretary of merchants in Antwerp, 67, 93;

speaks with Longston about debt due to Elizabeth from States, 123;

goes to council of State at Bruges, 158;

reference to letter from, 388.

Austria, Albert of, Cardinal, to govern Portugal, 472 (p. 460).

-, Charles, Archduke of, commands Protestants to depart out of his territories, 518 (p. 510).

-, Elizabeth of, widow of Charles IX of France, La Reine Blanche.' King of Spain seeks to marry, 497, 518 (p. 509).

-, Ernestus, Archduke of, brother of Emperor, report of marriage of, with daughter of Spain, 480 (p. 471).

-, Don John of, reference to peace between States and, 431.

-, Matthias, Archduke of, brother of Emperor Rudolf, at Augsburg, 310.

-, Maximilian, Archduke of, at Augsburg, 310.

Austria. House of, reference to alliance of Princes of Italy with, 62 (p. 52);

four electors join together to counteract, 175;

Spanish King thought not to be willing for his daughters to marry anyone except one of, 348 (p. 338);

Bishop of Cologne gives those of, something to think about, 537.

Auvergne, gentlemen of, offer themselves for enterprise of Geneva, 150 (p. 150);

French king goes to, 248.

Auxy, French troops to pass through, 143 (p. 139);

'Osye', taken by enemy, 414.

Avalos, Alfonso d', Marquis of Pescara, also called Marquis del Guasto or Vasto, said to have been captured near Aigues-Mortes, 442, 457;

to go from Spain to Italy, 468;

may be exchanged for la Noue, 483.

Avantigny, — d' 'Daventiny,' comes to Low Countries with French army, 493.

'Avernie,' l'. See Lavergne.

Avers, Duke of Alva's son receives government of, 478.

Avesnes, Statement of pay of garrison of, 328.

Avignon, Bishop of Ross goes to, 87;

M. de Maisse advises Queen mother to send troops for defence of, 106 (p. 103);

Anselme comes from, 185.

Avila, Don Sanoho d', 'distress' suffered by, in Africa, 113 (p. 111).

Ayamonte, 6 (p. 7).

'Aymon' [qy. Egmont], regiments of, at Dunkirk, 175.

Azores the, battle of, 213, 248, 265, 266, 268, 286, 287, 288, 303, 307, 330, 338, 340;

account of battle of, 353, 365;

reference to Don Antonio's intention to take, 343;

reference to Don Antonio's last voyage to, 540.