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Index: F

Pages 561-565

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Faca, Pedro de, 270.

Faggott, Joachim, petition from, 19.

Fairfax, , , , English Papists in Paris, 279.

Famars, M. de. See Livin.

Fanshawe
-, Thomas, one of the Commissioners to the King of Spain in August 1574, 2
-, his report, 104.

Fante, Wilson's servant, 189, 239.

Farley, , of Northampton, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Farmer, George imprisoned at Bologna, 373.

Farnese
-, Alexander, Prince of Parma
-, report of his death, 9
-, his treaty with the Malcontents confirmed by the King of Spain. 15
-, said to be killed before Maestricht, 20
-, does not keep promise with Artois and Hainault, 31
-, pretendant to the Crown of Portugal, 39
-, comes to terms with men of Artois, 41
-, Walloons wish to drive him out, 43
-, recommends Bassogni as Governor of Bois-le-duc, 50
-, continues to reside in Maestricht, 52
-, in good condition, 52
-, Mendoza sends cipher dispatches to, 58, mentioned, 72, 100, 168, 175, 178, 213, 264, 268, 281, 279, 327, 351, 399
-, copy of letter from, 407
-, mentioned, 447, 461, 473, 476, 484, 505, 530.

-, -, letter to, 533.

-, Rainuccio, Raynutius, son of the, above, mentioned in connection with the Crown of Portugal, 32, 244.

-, Forneza, Signor Fabio, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Farnham, Dr., English Papist in Paris, 279.

Farrington, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Fartlett, , of Derbyshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Faulquemberg, Count of. See Ligne, Philippe de.

Faur
-, Guy de, Sieur de Pibrac, 'Puibra,' 113, 165, 168, 222, 279
-, proposed as commissioner to England for Monsieur's marriage, 386, 387, 388, 405, 410, 413.

Fcamp, 'Feckham,' earthquake at, 259.

Felice, Captain, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Felix, doctor and confessor to the Spaniards, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Fender, Virgil, arrives at Spanish Court, 127.

Fera Camillo
-, Mantuan, French King's messenger, 67
-, the King dances with his wife, 172.

Ferdinand, Emperor, 194.

Fergus, Pergos, Sir John, Irish priest in Spain, 310.

Feria, Duchess of, 128, 327.

Fernandos, Gonsalvo, the regent of Galicia's steward, 310.

Ferrara, ambassador of, 130, 155, 172, 448.

-, Cardinal of. See Este, Louis d'.

-, Duke of. See Este.

Ferrires
-, Jean de, Vidame of Chartres, 7
-, 'discharged of' his negotiations with Queen of England, 116.

Ferrol
-, in Galicia, 190, 218, 219
-, preparations for invasion of England being made at, 364.

-, Alcalde of. See Beiga.

Fert, M. de la. See Estampes, Claude d'.

Fertley, , English friar in Paris, 279.

Fervacques, M. de. See Hautemer.

Fiasco, Madame de, 140.

Field, Bernard, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

-, Matthew, 10.

Figueiredo, de, 53.

Fin
-, Jacques de la, Sieur de Beauvoir-la-Nocle, sent from Monsieur to the King, 213, 222
-, causes quarrel between Montpensier and Nevers, 285 (p. 258)
-, on Monsieur's Council, 301
-, mentioned, 400
-, at Court, seeking the King's support for Monsieur in the Low Countries, 522.

Finale, 403.

Fio, Colonel don Hernando del, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Fitzgerald, Gerald, Earl of Desmond, 153, 310, 477.

-, James, called Fitzmaurice, Fitzmorris, 'Feemorice,' Captain for the Apostolic See in Ireland, arrives in Ireland with a force, 34, 38
-, report of his death contradicted, 77
-, mentioned, 218, 310, 336, 364, 474, 477.

-, John, 'Sir John of Desmond,' 477.

Fitzherbert, , of Staffordshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

-, , English friar in Paris, 279.

Fitzmorris, James. See Fitzgerald.

Fitzpatrick, , Irish Papist in Paris, 279.

Fitzwilliam, Robert, in 'Holy House' in Spain, 534.

Fitzwilliams, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Flanders
-, 2
-, Mechliners resolve to make war there, 5
-, de la Noue's actions there to be examined, 7
-, purged of priests, 8
-, being set in order by la Noue, 9
-, younger Hamilton said to be there, 12
-, la Noue goes there 15
-, mentioned, 22, 26, 38, 55, 60, 78
-, Rossel there, 30
-, not yet returned, 37
-, King of Spain in danger of losing it, 39
-, Prince of Orange regulating the affairs of, 41
-, Prince in, 50
-, members for, asked for money, 55
-, peaceful, 59
-, failure of enterprise on 76
-, mentioned, 83, 92
-, English companies in, 96
-, mentioned, 96, 100, 103, 108
-, men of, support Colonel Norris, 111
-, mentioned, 117, 122, 126, 132, 137
-, Flemish troops enter Oudenarde, 141
-, near Tournay, 146
-, mentioned, 147, 168, 196, 215
-, King of France unwilling to deal with Flemings 224
-, mentioned, 236, 264, 266, 268, 270
-, Flemish post, 281
-, army of, 283
-, mentioned, 284
-, Flemings, 285
-, amount paid by, for soldiers, 287
-, members of, 292
-, deputies of, go to Monsieur, 293
-, ships of, 300
-, States of, send commissioners to Monsieur, 301
-, mentioned, 307, 314, 316, 325, 327
-, Monsieur entertains Flemish commissioners at Tours, 327*
-, Spanish rebels in, 336
-, commissioners of, at Tours 351
-, French gentlemen from, 351
-, mentioned, 360, 364
-, Englishmen returning from, 373
-, mentioned, 383
-, suggestions made by four members of, in treaty of alliance with Duke of Anjou, 384
-, Prince of Epinoy wishes for governorship of, 393
-, mentioned, 394, 405, 408, 413
-, Four Members of, 415
-, commissioners of, received by Monsieur, 423
-, mentioned, 425, 426, 429, 430
-, letter to four members of, 431
-, mentioned, 432, 439, 446, 454
-, members of, send for Monsieur, 462
-, Flemish companies oppose Malcontents, 473
-, Monsieur delays sending succour to, 478
-, mentioned, 482, 484, 490, 492, 496, 498, 499, 503, 506 Monsieur prepares to go to, 509
-, Commissioners of, 511, 522
-, affairs of, 525
-, mentioned, 532, 544.

Fleming, John, 218.

Fleurac, , 509.

Flood, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Florence
-, news from, 34
-, mentioned, 131, 185, 240
-, soldiers of, 283
-, mentioned, 403.

-, ambassador of, in Paris, 46, 148.

-, Duchess of, 61.

-, Duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand
-, Francesco, Maria de.

Floude, Mr., 266, 273, 274.

Floyon, M. de. See Berlaymont.

Flushing, 270, 422, 472.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 422.

Fogaza, Antonio, Portuguese gentleman, 136, 138, 139, 187, 188, 212.

Foix, Paul de, Archbishop of Toulouse, Pope will not accept as ambassador ligier, 447.

Foix
-, conference between King of Navarre and Marshal Montmorenoy at, 107
-, county of, 116
-, house of, 419
-, mentioned, 494.

Folliatt, , of Worcestershire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Fonck, clerk of finances at Brussels, imprisoned, 461.

Fonseca Nobrega, Manuel da, slain, 488.

Fonseca Pinto, Manuel da, slain, 488.

Fonseca, Susarte de, 459 (1).

Fontaine, M. de la, copies of letters sent him by Villiers, 43.

Fontaine-bell'-eau. See Fontainebleau.

Fontainebleau
-, Fontaine-bell'-eau, 213, 405, 419, 432
-, Council of State held at, 440
-, mentioned, 443, 463, 483, 494.

Fontainelles, 252.

Fontarabie, surprise of, untrue, 51.

Fontenay, 285, 302.

Ford, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Ford or Harwood, ? Thomas, priest, 401.

Fort, Hector de la, Seigneur de Blacons, 178.

Forget, Pierre, secretary to French king, letter countersigned by, 440.

Fort, Francis le, merchant, 135.

Forterie, John de la, 135.

Fortescue, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Foulgham, , of Derbyshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Fowlkers, Foulkers. See Fuggers.

Foxall, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

France
-, mentioned, 5
-, French troops near Nymegen, 5
-, La Noue's actions in, 7
-, English subjects spoiled by French pirates, 10
-, French soldiers in garrison at Herenthals, 15
-, people of Bruges undertake maintenance of French soldiers, 22
-, M. Blyleven fears Dutch will all become French, 24
-, men of Ghent distrust French, 26
-, soldiers of, mentioned, 28, 29
-, treaty between Cantons and, 34
-, people of Ghent fear to receive French, 36
-, mentioned, 46
-, French soldiers to be commanded by de Mouy and de la Garde, 55
-, French Captain governor of Flanders, 69
-, French allies of Turks, 70
-, arms on the road in, 76
-, French sent to rescue Menier, 78
-, La Noue 'upon terms' of returning to, 83
-, French soldiers defeat Montigny, 96
-, Frenchmen surprised by the enemy, 100
-, Duke of Alenon returns to, 105
-, La Noue returns to, 108, 111
-, mentioned, 112, 115
-, extract of edicts made in, 116, mentioned, 117, 121, 122
-, French colonel aids English in St. Amand, 127
-, mentioned, 128
-, Villequier, governor of Isle of, 131, passim
-, Roche-guyon gathers French companies, 132
-, la Noue on his way back to, 137
-, mentioned, 140
-, French soldiers put into Bouchain and Cambray, 142
-, affairs in shaky, 144
-, French soldiers near Tournay, 146
-, French soldiers needed at Bouchain, 147
-, mentioned, 148, 150
-, French soldiers beat back Spaniards, 151
-, mentioned, 159, 160
-, damage done in Alsatia by soldiers of, 164
-, mentioned, 168, 170, 172
-, Frenchmen turned out of Strasburg, 175
-, mentioned, 178, 182, 185
-, French boy on English ship, 190
-, churches of, 200
-, mentioned, 202
-, French harquebusiers may be placed in Cambray, 204
-, mentioned, 212, 221, 222, 238, 239, 241, 247, 252, 253, 257
-, Frenchmen not to trade with ports of Spain, 258
-, mentioned, 262
-, ambassador of, in Spain, 265
-, mentioned, 267, 271, 274
-, French regiment at Antwerp, 282, 287
-, Rossel in, 292
-, French merchants, 294
-, mentioned, 302, 303, 308, 309
-, causes of the renewal of civil war in, 310
-, mentioned, 325, 327*
-, Rossel's journey into, 332
-, mentioned, 340
-, English ship taken by Frenchmen, 342
-, mentioned, 343, 344, 347
-, afflicted with civil dissensions, 351
-, plan to annex Low Countries to, 360, 361
-, means to prevent annexation of Low Countries by, 363
-, mentioned, 364
-, French soldiers in Setubal, 377
-, near la Fre and Cambray, 379
-, to remain ally of Netherlands, 383, 384
-, fighting in, 386, 387, 393
-, French soldiers at Cambray, 394
-, right of French crown to sundry estates of Low Countries, 395
-, charges for Stafford's journey in, 398
-, French soldiers at Ninove, 399
-, letters from, 409
-, wars in, 411, 419
-, commissioners from Flanders in, 425
-, soldiers of, with States' camp, 426
-, French soldiers and ships fail to reach Portugal, 434
-, Netherlands to be prevented from seeking help from, 441
-, amity of Scotland with, 447
-, States look for help from, 454
-, deputies from States in, 461
-, French will not enter upon war with Spain, 468
-, Frenchmen help States, 471, 473
-, confession of Frenchmen, 477
-, Monsieur treating for peace in, 479
-, divisions in, caused by King of Spain, 479
-, French vessel brings news of Spanish defeat, 488
-, Malcontents on frontiers of, 490
-, mentioned, 491
-, deputies from Low Countries in, 498
-, Frenchmen help Don Antonio, 499
-, mentioned, 504
-, French pushed back by Malcontents, 505
-, commissioners from States in, 506
-, reference to treaties between Kings of England and, 509
-, peace in, 513
-, merchants of, 514
-, people of Antwerp discontented with, 517
-, French troops sent to help Don Antonio, 524
-, French companies in Cambray, 525
-, peace concluded in, 529, 532
-, reference to alliance of Spain with, 542
-, realm of, troubled, 544
-, mentioned, 545.

-, Consul of, in Portugal. See D'or, Pierre.

Franche Comt, 'Franche County,' 164.

Francion, son of Hector, French descended from, 41.

Francis II, King of France, 271.

Francis
-, Duke of Anjou and Alenon, goes to Olinville, 4
-, visits Poulet, 4
-, way blocked by M. de Goigny, 5
-, safe conduct for, 6
-, sends Bonnivet to Ghent, 7
-, election and summoning of, 9
-, mentioned, 12, 15, 22, 26, 27, 50, 64, 69, 73, 83, 92
-, States will accept him as their lord, 24
-, raising men to help the States, 26
-, meets Poulet, 27
-, sends compliments of his affectio to the Queen, 27
-, said to be going to his mother, 27
-, deputies sent to him, 29
-, Ghent to be compelled to receive him, 36
-, arrives in England, 38
-, his arrival mentioned, 41
-, would-be King of England, 52
-, treaty of Estates with, mentioned, 55
-, Poulet receives letter from, 62
-, signs letter to Poulet, 63
-, ill-content about his marriage, 66
-, professes love and fidelity to the King, 67
-, Cambray said to have surrendered to, 81
-, wishes for marriage with Elizabeth, 85
-, commission to negotiate marriage between Elizabeth and, 89
-, his pension, 95
-, mentioned, 97
-, sends Ambassadors to England, 101
-, mentioned, 103
-, Duke Allanson' goes from Dover to France, 105
-, mentioned, 107, 110, 112
-, King and Queen advance his marriage, 113
-, permits all persons to live freely without search for their conscience, 116
-, considerations on his marriage, 117
-, mention of his marriage, 122, 126
-, negotiation between M. d'Inchy and, 127
-, mentioned, 130, 131, 132
-, Stafford sent to, to negotiate marriage, 140
-, mentioned, 141, 142
-, to be called in by States General, 146
-, treaty of Cambray with, 147
-, mentioned, 148, 150, 152
-, refuses to come to court, 155
-, negotiations with, concerning marriage, 159
-, 'pretends' to have care of his religion, 160
-, mentioned, 163, 168
-, King of France desires his marriage, 172
-, mentioned, 175, 183, 185, 189*, 192, 196, 199, 202
-, to be sovereign lord of Cambray and Cambresis, 204
-, mentioned, 205, 207, 213, 215, 222, 224, 236, 239
-, rumours about, 247
-, mentioned, 252, 253, 255, 257, 263, 266, 267, 277, 278, 280
-, his reception at Antwerp, 281
-, ill, 282
-, mentioned, 284, 285, 291, 292, 293, 298, 299, 301
-, at Tours, 302
-, proposed marriage with Elizabeth, 308, 309
-, Elizabeth sends greeting to her frog, 309
-, Elizabeth promises answer to, 312
-, mentioned, 313, 314, 318, 320, 322, 327, 327*, 329, 333, 335, 340
-, Stafford visits, 341
-, mentioned, 343, 344, 346, 350
-, ready to undertake enterprise in Flanders, 351
-, wishes for peace, 353, 357, 358
-, Prince of Orange and States-General disposed to submit to his Government, 360
-, English Ministers try to dissuade, 361
-, ways to prevent his coming into the Low Countries, 363
-, wishes for peace with King of Navarre, 370, 372, 374
-, articles drawn up for Prince of Orange and States-General as a basis on which to negotiate with, 383, 384
-, mentioned, 386
-, his efforts for peace with Huguenots, 387
-, Commissioners sent from him to Elizabeth, 388
-, negotiations with Netherlands, 393, 394
-, Cobham sends letters to Elizabeth from, 395
-, treating for peace with King of Navarre, 397
-, treaty with the States, 399
-, mentioned, 403, 404
-, negotiations for marriage, 405
-, mentioned, 408
-, Simier out of favour with, 409
-, marriage negotiations, 410
-, mentioned, 413, 418
-, mediates for King of Navarre, 419
-, letters from, 420, 421
-, receives Commissioners from Flanders, 423, 424, 426, 428, 432, 439
-, mentioned, 434
-, Elizabeth on treaty with States, 441
-, leaves Tours, 443
-, mentioned, 447, 453
-, negotiations between States and, 454
-, writes to Elizabeth, 457
-, envoy sent to, from Brabant, 461, 462
-, return from conference with King of Navarre, awaited, 464
-, Stafford going to, 465
-, Guelders and Friesland will not accept, 467
-, sends troops to States, 471, 473
-, mentioned, 476
-, delays in sending succour to Flanders, 478
-, treating for peace in France, 479
-, mentioned, 490, 492
-, negotiates for peace with Huguenots, 494
-, mentioned, 495, 498
-, unable to make peace with Huguenots, 500
-, mentioned, 502, 505
-, with King of Navarre, 506, 508
-, mentioned, 509
-, going to Low Countries, 511
-, to oppose Spanish ambition, 513
-, mentioned, 514, 516, 522, 525, 529, 544
-, concludes peace with States, 532
-, reference to marriage with Elizabeth, 545, 516.

-, letters from, 63, 400.

-, letter to, 1.

Francisco, Italian messenger from England, 457.

Francke, , Licentiate in Civil Law, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Frankenthal, 127, 373, 461.

Frankfort, 52, 380, 476, 487, 531.

-, letter dated at, 531.

Frechwell, , of Derbyshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Frede, Robert, of Harwich, examined, 210.

Frederick II
-, of Denmark and Norway, addresses letters to the Queen for restitution of piracy, 19
-, helps King of Poland against the Muscovite, 51
-, discourse on his proceedings with the Duke of Saxony, 56
-, receives letter from King of Navarre, 56 passim
-, mentioned, 217, 289, 395, 457, 517
-, his ships pursue two English merchant ships, 537.

-, letters from, 324, 417.

Fregoso, Gian Galeazzo, 500.

Fremyn, Fremin, Charles de, 484.

-, letters and dispatches from 15, 31, 109, 134, 461.

Frsin, M. de. See Gavre.

Freyre, Joao, lord of Coya, 488.

Fridelsheim, letter dated at, 485.

Friesland
-, people of, contribute to the war, 22
-, agree to the pacification of Ghent, 24
-, will put off paying for the war, 76
-, somewhat shaky, 111
-, mentioned, 127, 141, 246, 267, 286, 287
-, sum paid by, 287
-, mentioned, 383, 393, 394, 399, 419, 426, 431
-, fighting in, 454, 461, 462
-, enemy makes progress in, 473
-, mentioned, 476, 484, 490, 496, 498
-, pitiful state of, 505
-, mentioned 506, 511, 517
-, enemy repulsed in, 532.

Friesland, East, merchant adventurers in, 380.

-, Count of. See Edzard.

Frobisher, Furbusher, Martin, 336.

Front, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Frost, John, 274.

Fryer, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Fuggers, Foulkers, 185, 327.

Furnes, mentioned, 26.

Furrier. See Wells.

Fytton, Mr., 401.