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Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 14, 1579-1580. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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'Hageman,' captain in the States' service, 287.

Hague, the, meeting of United Provinces at, 454, 462, 473.

-, -, letter dated at, 275.

Hainault
-, 5
-, desires reunion, 9
-, towns of, mentioned, 15, 16, 22
-, alleged reconciliation of confirmed, 24
-, mentioned, 26, 31
-, men of the league of strengthen themselves, 38
-, send deputy to King of Spain, 41
-, Count Mansfeldt's dealings with, 52
-, given up to Malcontents, 66
-, 'Henogo,' 'Henegowe,' mentioned, 78, 83, 146, 151, 292, 416, 484.

Hakerstone, Captain, a Scot, 252.

Halewyn, Franois de, Seigneur de Sweveghem, Suyuenghen, 490.

Hall, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

-, William, 218.

Hallewyn
-, 84
-, burnt by Malcontents, 96.

Halli, M. d', 165.

Haltahemps. See Hohenems.

Hamburg
-, Queen's envoys to meet at, 56
-, mentioned, 102, 170, 217, 231, 246, 289, 380.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 78.

Hamilton, Claude, brother to Lord Hamilton, 300, 316, 318, 327*, 328, 366, 392.

-, Gawen, 366.

-, James, 'Bodilaugh' (i.e. Bothwellhaugh), 264, 509, 523.

-, John, Lord of 'Albrothe,' Scottish refugee, presented to the King of France, 12
-, mentioned, 112, 162, 264, 300, 315
-, Cobham's interview with, 316
-, mentioned, 318, 327*, 328, 366
-, visits Cobham, 392
-, with Bishop of Glasgow, 408
-, advertisements from, 446
-, mentioned, 449, 495, 502, 523.

Hamlett, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hammer, John, 239.

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

Hanckesman, , of Gloucestershire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hangest
-, Louis de, Viscount of Argenlieu, much trusted in Ghent, 7
-, driven from Bruges by Hembize, 22
-, opposes reception of M. d'Alenon into Ghent, 26
-, mentioned, 293, 351
-, marshal of States' camp in Flanders, 426.

-, letter from, 135.

Hankin, Roger, captive in Spanish galley, 534.

Hankye, Randoll, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Hanmer, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

-, , , Welsh Papists in Paris, 279.

Hanse ports
-, Teutonic Hanse Steedes, 102, 246
-, grievances of, 251
-, mentioned, 289, 380, 455
-, meeting of, held at Lneberg, 480
-, proceedings of, 517.

Hans, Frederick, of Saxony, 'van Wormes,' 395.

Harborne, Harbroun, William, 70, 71.

Harbroun, Harbrowne, Piers, 303.

Harding, Thomas, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Harding, , licentiate in civil law, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hardwigge, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hare, Mr., 401.

Harengier
-, secretary to M. d'Alenon, takes over forces from States to M. d'Alenon, 5
-, arrives in Paris, 12
-, letter intercepted, 26.

Hargenlieu, M. d'. See Hangest.

Harlay, Jacques de, Sieur de Champvallon, 27.

Harrison, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Harte, , of Oxfordshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hartley, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Harwich, 477.

Hasnon, 544.

Hassock, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hassum, 460.

Hastings, Catherine, Countess of Huntingdon, 117.

-, Francis, Earl of Huntingdon, 117.

Hattam, 529.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, Vice-chamberlain, a commissioner for the marriage, 89, 157, 235.

-, Mr., 235, 267.

Harcourt, d', sent from King of Navarre to French King, 544.

Hault (? Hal.) Notre Dame de, 151.

Haultepenne, M. de. See Berlaymont.

Haulterive
-, 98, 111
-, French and Flemings enter, 141
-, mentioned, 281, 282.

Haultin, Admiral, 287.

Hautemer
-, Guillaume de, Comte de Grancey, Seigneur de Fervacques, 85, 183
-, 'Vervagues', 285, 314
-, sent from Monsieur to the King of Navarre, 320, 327
-, sent from King of Navarre to Monsieur, 346
-, takes messages to King of Navarre, 405, 464
-, mentioned, 494
-, Monsieur's Lieutenant-general in Flanders, 522.

Hvre
-, le, 'Newhaven,' 10
-, de Grace, 113, 274, 477, 500, 502, 509.

Havr, Havrech, M. de. See Croy, Charles Philippe de.

Hawghton, , of Lancashire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hawkyns, John, dispatch from, 505.

Hayford, Alexander, 300.

Haynes, Robert, English merchant, 495.

Heidelberg, 373.

Hembize
-, Imbize, Jan van, makes use of the name of the people of Ghent, 7
-, wrongs la Noue, 8
-, turns la Noue out, 25
-, discourteous behaviour of, 22
-, said to be ill, 26
-, his mistakes, 31
-, tries to escape from Ghent but is brought back, 38, 43
-, tries to win over the people of Ghent against the Prince, 43
-, retires to Leyden, 49
-, mentioned, 83.

Hennin
-, Jacques de, Marquis de la Vere, Seigneur d'Auxy, de Tournehem et de West Capelle, puts Alost into the hands of men of Artois and Hainault, 38
-, his attempted treachery discovered, 268
-, [this letter is ante-dated by one year].

Henogo, Henowe. See Hainault.

Henriquez, Leon, confessor to King of Portugal, Bishops of Lincoln and Armagh write to, 139.

Henry, Duke of Saxe Lawenbourg, Archbishop of Bremen, 289.

Henry VIII of England, mentioned, 82, 155.

Henry II of France, 189*.

Henry III
-, of France, mentioned, 1
-, goes to Olinville, 4
-, conversation with Poulet, 12
-, raises German troops for war in Portugal, 24
-, has a resentment against Spain, 26
-, Poulet makes a complaint to him, 27
-, mentioned, 28, 29
-, makes a treaty with the Cantons of Berne and Soleure, 34
-, mentioned, 39
-, alliance with Geneva, mentioned, 45
-, fears to go into Normandy, 46
-, ill, 51
-, at Olinville, 62
-, mentioned, 63
-, sends favourites to Queen Mother, 67, passim
-, mentioned, 69, 72
-, letters to from Mary of Scotland, opened, 72
-, goes to Montargis, 73
-, mentioned, 74, 76, 79, 83, 85, 97
-, sends ambassadors to England, 101
-, grants audience to Stafford, 110
-, mentioned, 111, 112, 113, 115
-, mentioned as Duke of Anjou, 116
-, league between Elizabeth and, 117
-, mentioned, 122, 125, 126, 130, 131
-, preparing for war, 132
-, Earl of Lenox devoted to, 133
-, mentioned, 136
-, Cobham's audience with, 140
-, mentioned. 142, 144, 146, 147, 148
-, rouses himself towards his affairs, 155
-, mentioned, 157, 159, 160, 162, 168, 170
-, Queen Mother makes private banquet for, 172
-, mentioned, 173, 174, 178, 179, 181, 182, 189*, 192, 196, 199, 202, 205, 207, 212, 213, 222, 224, 234, 235
-, assembles council, 236
-, Cobham's interview with, 238
-, writes to Elizabeth, 245
-, mentioned, 252, 253, 257, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 271, 272, 273, 277, 278
-, writes to Henry Howard, 280
-, mentioned, 284, 285, 294, 295, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 308, 309, 314
-, entertains Lord Hamilton, 315
-, letter to, from Cond, 318, 319, 320
-, mentioned, 321
-, has whooping cough, 325
-, mentioned, 326
-, preparing for war in Languedoc, 327
-, mentioned, 327*, 328
-, resolves on war, 329
-, abolishes and pardons the league in Dauphin 335
-, mentioned, 339, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 346, 347
-, Cobham visits, 350
-, mentioned, 351, 354, 357, 358
-, helps his brother to annex Low Countries, 360
-, mentioned, 363, 369, 370, 372, 379
-, to declare King of Spain his enemy, 383, 384
-, Stafford's audience with, 386, 387
-, mentioned, 388, 389, 394, 395, 396
-, treating for peace with King of Navarre, 397
-, mentioned, 399, 403, 405, 406, 408, 409, 410
-, Cobham's audience with, 411
-, representations to on State of Portugal, 412
-, mentioned, 413, 418, 419, 421, 423, 424, 430, 432
-, Cobham's audience with, 434
-, mentioned, 440, 441, 443, 444, 447, 449
-, Monsieur sends messengers to, from States, 454, 461
-, writes to Holland, 462
-, ill, 463
-, cause of his illness, 465
-, mentioned, 466, 468
-, delays in treating of peace, 478
-, Duke of Ferrara friendly to, 482
-, mentioned, 483
-, Cobham's audience with, 491
-, displeased with King Philip, 492
-, helps Don Antonio, 493
-, wishes for peace with Huguenots, 494
-, mentioned, 495
-, continues war with Huguenots, 498
-, wishes for peace, 500
-, mentioned, 501, 502, 505, 508, 509, 510
-, wishes for completion of treaty with Elizabeth, 513, 514, 522
-, mentioned, 523, 524, 525
-, promises to help Monsieur against Spain, 532
-, edicts which he will employ to raise money, 539
-, mentioned, 544.

-, letters and dispatches from, 86, 91, 245, 280, 391.

-, letters and dispatches to, 179, 319, 338, 545.

Henry
-, King of Navarre, meets Cond at Nrac, 4
-, sends a messenger to Bellegarde, 12
-, plan to make King suspect his integrity, 28
-, Poulet promised a note from, 34
-, returns to Nrac, 34
-, messenger from entertained with great favour, 44
-, Rambouillet dispatched to, 51
-, sends letter to King of Denmark, 56
-, hoped that he would approve the Queen's profession of faith, if made, 56
-, letter from, sent to Poulet, 107
-, 'passes conference' with Duke of Montmorency, 113
-, to be bound for certain towns, 116
-, mentioned, 126
-, calls Huguenot chiefs together, 131
-, conference with Montmorency, 132
-, mentioned, 142, 144
-, Rambouillet returns from, 148
-, nearly trapped, 155, 157, 159
-, mentioned, 168, 175, 178, 183, 205, 247, 252, 257, 262, 264, 271, 278, 284, 295, 298
-, Monsieur promises to be his assured friend, 301
-, mentioned, 314, 318, 319, 320, 322, 324
-, takes Cahors in Quercy, 327, 329
-, order for confiscation of his goods, 328
-, Cond justifies him to Elizabeth, 339, 340
-, mentioned, 341, 'offences' against, 344
-, Henry III inclined to make peace with, 346
-, mentioned, 350
-, seeks to relieve Bazas, 351
-, Monsieur treats with the King on his behalf, 358, 360
-, Elizabeth sends ministers to, 363
-, his forces resisted by Biron and Montmorency, 370
-, no likelihood of peace with, 373
-, Monsieur in favour of, 374
-, his part in alliance of Netherlands with Duke of Anjou, 384
-, to send deputies to Duke of Anjou, 386, 387
-, mentioned, 393, 395
-, proposed peace with, 397, 403, 405
-, successful against Marshal Biron, 413
-, proposed peace with, 418, 419
-, will obey King of France, 423
-, delivers La Fre to King, 432, 434
-, mentioned, 447, 464
-, Stafford's speech to, 479
-, Biron continues fighting against, 482
-, negotiations for peace with, 494, 500
-, mentioned, 501
-, Monsieur with, 506, 508
-, mentioned, 509, 511, 514
-, Biron's troops skirmish with, 522
-, mentioned, 525
-, sends messengers to French King, 544.

-, letters and dispatches from, 200, 260.

Henry
-, King of Portugal, Cardinal-King, in weak health, 12
-, his death reported, 27
-, grants an audience to Wotton, 38
-, mentioned, 46
-, his decision on Don Antonio's claim to the succession, 53
-, gets a Bull from the Pope against Don Antonio, 54, mentioned, 85
-, presents sent by to King of Morocco, 124
-, appoints King Philip his successor, 162
-, his death, 167, 176, 178, 182, 185, 192, 222, 238, 241
-, mentioned, 244, 248, 252, 253, 255, 295, 303, 345, 394, 412.

-, letter to, 138.

Hensen, Governor of, 476.

Hercules, bookseller at Ghent, 43.

Herentals
-, Herenthals, garrisoned by the French, 15
-, Frenchmen surprised at, 100
-, mentioned, 137, 287.

Herines, Outteryne, 146.

Herson, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

'Hertigh' (Herzog), Frederick, 'sometime Elector.' See Saxony.

Hess
-, Hans, 509
-, his execution, 524.

Hesse
-, Landgrave of. See William
-, Lewis.

Hethicke, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Heu
-, Robert de, Sieur de Malroy, Melroye, 5
-, brings articles of peace from Orange to Antwerp, 29
-, goes to Cologne with articles of peace, 100
-, mentioned, 247

Heusden
-, Huseden, failure of Spanish designs there, 50
-, mentioned, 60.

Hze, M. de. See Hornes.

Hidgcock, , English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Hierges, Count of. See Berlaymont.

High Dutches. See Germans.

Highgate, letter dated at, 406.

Hiliard, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

'Hoby', Edward, nephew to Lady Burghley, 354.

Hchst, Haux, Count of, with Casimir, 142.

Hockett, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hodaghez, Captain, killed before Maestricht, 20.

Hoddesdon, Christopher, step son-in-law of Sir Francis Walsingham, letters and dispatches from, 78, 145, 154, 217, 230, 231, 246, 289, 452, 470, 472, 517, 526, 527 (536).

-, letters to, 521, 528.

-, correction by, 380.

Hoffeman, Gilles, ship-owner of Antwerp, 427.

Hohenems, Haltahemps, Count Hannibal of, reported killed before Maestricht, 20.

Hohenlohe, Hoenlo, Hollock, Hornlo, Philip, Count of, 282, 287.

Holder, Botolph, letters and dispatches from, 303, 342.

Holland
-, 5
-, people of, contribute to the war, 22
-, States of, mentioned, 24
-, Religion offered in, 25
-, mentioned, 36
-, Embize retires to, 49
-, mentioned, 60, 66, 76, 80, 81, 108
-, men of, mentioned, 111
-, mentioned, 125, 141, 147, 150, 151
-, Dutch letter, 230
-, Estate of, 269
-, mentioned, 281, 287
-, amount paid by, for soldiers, 287
-, mentioned, 360
-, Englishmen trading in, 380
-, mentioned, 383, 393, 394, 422, 425, 426, 429, 431, 442, 454
-, King of France writes to people of, 462
-, Prince of Orange goes to, 473
-, assembly in, 484
-, mentioned, 490, 503
-, Brabant sends Commissioners to, 506, 511
-, mentioned, 517, 529, 532, 538.

-, letter from States of, 275.

Holland, , of Lincoln, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hollmbery, , of Cheshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Holstein, Holst, 56, 289.

-, Duke of. See Adolf.

Holstok, William, dispatch from, 105.

Holy Land, John Pond receives permission to visit, 13.

Holy Sepulchre, John Pond receives permission to visit, 13.

Honning, Peter, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

'Hoochschapen', Baron, 287.

Hopton, George, English Protestant in Paris, 279, 317, 374.

-, Henry, 235
-, English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Hornes
-, Guillaume de, Seigneur de Hze, Governor of Brussels, attends consultation at Grandmont, 5
-, fails in enterprise on Flanders, 76
-, imprisoned, 332, 333
-, beheaded, 473
-, reference to his death, 505.

Horsey, Sir Edward, 476.

Hotman, Francis, professor of civil law at Geneva, 67.

-, , son to the above, tutor to Poulet's children.

Houfflin, J., signs for States of Netherlands, 201, 378.

Howard, Henry, letter to, 280.

-, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, 279, 300, 449.

-, Philip, Lord Arundel, 406.

Howe, Robert, 10.

Huacue, Martin Perez de, notary, 436.

Hudleston, , of Norfolk, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hudson, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Huero, in Portugal, 412.

Huggin, Edmund, 10.

Hughes, , Irish Papist in Paris, 279.

Huguenots
-, weak, 155, 159
-, preparing for defence, 178
-, mentioned, 257, 264, 275
-, Cobham receives secret information about Spain from, 213, mentioned, 236, 239, 267, 271, 273
-, taking arms in Poitou, 278
-, mentioned, 295, 298, 301
-, in arms in Dauphin, 302, 320
-, mentioned, 322, 325
-, fighting against, 327
-, defeat the League, 335
-, mentioned, 339, 341, 344
-, will not all help King of Navarre, 346
-, 'streighted of their exercise,' 350
-, discouraged, 351
-, mentioned, 352, 353, 360, 370, 384, 386, 387
-, prospering in Provence, 394
-, King wishes them to restore towns, 395
-, mentioned, 403, 405, 409, 411, 413, 419, 426
-, willing to yield to King of France, 434
-, mentioned, 443, 447, 457, 468, 479, 492, 494, 500
-, Monsieur awaiting deputies from, 506
-, mentioned, 509, 544.

Huguenot, the, a ship of Leith, 327 bis.

Huguerie
-, Huguerye, Hugerye, Michel de la, Cond's Secretary, escapes from Ghent, 43
-, goes to England, 92
-, mentioned, 247
-, agent for King of Navarre and Cond at Kaiserslautern, 320.

Hull, 239.

Hunaudaye, M. See Tournemine.

Hungary
-, 157, 159, 194
-, Hungarian diet, mentioned, 323.

-, Prior of, 283.

-, King of. See Corvinus.

Hungat, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Hungate, Robert, merchant, 184, 201.

Hungerford, , , of Wiltshire, English Papists in Paris, 279.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Cary.

Huntingdon, Earl of. See Hastings, Francis.

Huntley, Earl of. See Gordon, George.

Hunwick, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Hurault
-, Philippe, Comte de Cheverny, Chancellor of France, 12, 262
-, conference with Cobham, 513, 514, 544.

Hurlston, , of Cheshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

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