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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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Namur
-, Spaniards go towards, 50
-, mentioned, 252, 454, 469.

Nancy in Lorraine, 164, 178, 247.

Nantes, 44, 46, 134, 264, 285, 300, 301, 02, 316, 357, 395, 403, 405, 412, 413, 432, 434, 443, 493, 499, 509, 524.

Naples
-, 61, 151, 153, 185, 236, 238, 240
-, Viceroy of, 264
-, mentioned, 283, 369
-, galleys of, 377
-, mentioned, 403, 443, 483, 494, 500.

Narbonne, 321.

Narva, Narve, besieged by Swedes, 78.

Nassau, Justin of, bastard son of Prince of Orange, ambassador from States to Monsieur, 439.

-, Marie of, Mdle. d' Orange, eldest daughter o Prince of Orange, 68, 461.

-, Philip of, Count van Buren, son of Prince of Orange, mentioned in peace negotiations, 5
-, with Casimir, 142.

-, William of, Prince of Orange, mentioned, 5, 7, 9
-, receives letter about siege of Maestricht, 15
-, will repair to Bruges, 22
-, receives French captains, 22
-, sends orders to the Gantois, 25
-, men of Ghent resolve to accept as commander, 26
-, angry with Hembize, 26
-, his articles of peace, 29
-, Prince of Parma makes war on, 31
-, his coming to Ghent not convenient, 36
-, at Termonde, 38
-, at Ghent, 41, 43
-, Walloons wish to drive him out, 43
-, desired as governor in Guelders, 50
-, in Flanders, 50
-, sends message to the Estates, 55
-, staying in Ghent, 55
-, mentioned, 68
-, his gentleman takes letter from King of Navarre to King of Denmark, 56
-, hoped that he will approve the Queen's profession of faith, if made, 56, passim
-, sends men to take Willebroek, 60
-, mentioned, 83
-, forced to garrison houses of burgesses, 92
-, mentioned, 98
-, does not wish to command without means, 108
-, Cond writes to, 111
-, mentioned, 122, 125, 127, 133, 134, 141
-, goes to Breda, 146
-, mentioned, 147, 150
-, in Holland, 151
-, mentioned, 217, 224, 268, 270, 281, 287, 292, 293
-, his ships, 300
-, his commissioners to Monsieur, 301, 302
-, Captain del Bene sent to, on la Noue's behalf, 321
-, mentioned, 332, 355
-, disposed to submit to the government of Duke of Anjou, 360
-, English ministers try to prevent his submission, 361, 362, 363
-, articles drawn up for, as a basis on which to negotiate with Duke of Anjou, 383
-, to be Duke of Anjou's lieutenant-general in Low Countries, 384
-, goes to Ghent, 393
-, mentioned, 394, 399
-, ban and proscription made in respect of, 407
-, practice against, 408
-, loses credit with the people, 425
-, mentioned, 426, 429
-, people of Flanders discontented with, 430
-, Rogers employed to treat with, 441
-, mentioned, 453, 454
-, his daughter to be baptised, 461
-, goes to the Hague, 462, 473
-, mentioned, 476, 484, 490, 506, 509, 511
-, leaves Antwerp, 517
-, mentioned, 528, 529, 532, 544
-, extracts from his 'Apology,' 540.

-, -, letters from, 269, 286.

-, -, letter to, 16.

-, William Lewis, Count of, son of Count John of Nassau Dillenburg, 287, 289, 426.

Nassau Dillenburg
-, John Count of, brother of Prince of Orange, 15, 287, 289
-, marries Duke Casimir's sister, 426
-, his secretary, 476.

Nates, St. Jago, Spanish seaman, 270.

Navaretto
-, a Spanish contador in Paris, 351, 358
-, prisoner at la Rochelle, 505.

Navarre, 39, 395.

-, King of. See Henry.

-, Queen of. See Jeanne d' Albret
-, Margaret of Valois.

-, Princess of. See Catherine.

Nemet, John, sailor, 190.

Nemours, duc de. See Savoie.

-, Duchess of. See Este, Anne d'.

Nrac
-, meeting place of Cond and the King of Navarre, 4
-, treaty of, 34
-, King of Navarre returns there, 34
-, doubtful issue of treaty of, 46
-, articles accorded at, 116
-, trap set for King of Navarre near, 159
-, mentioned, 183, 264, 277, 314, 477
-, peace of, 500.

Nestorian heresy, 75.

Netherlands
-, the, Church of, 56
-, news from, 60
-, mentioned, 83, 132
-, news from, 146
-, mentioned, 153
-, Spaniards to be startled out of, 170
-, mentioned, 185
-, Monsieur's credit increases in, 05, 215
-, mentioned, 217, 222, 224, 235, 264
-, Monsieur's enterprise in, 266, 267
-, news from, 268
-, Monsieur's enterprise in, 277
-, Spaniards' loose power in, 307
-, Monsieur tries to gain, 357
-, mentioned, 358
-, France wishes to annex, 360, 361
-, ways to prevent the coming of Monsieur into, 363
-, mentioned, 364, 373
-, treaty of alliance of Duke of Anjou with, 383, 384, 393
-, right of French Crown to estates of, 395
-, mentioned, 403, 407, 412
-, commissioners of, 432, 439
-, Cotton's misfortunes in, 451
-, dialogue between two persons on state of, 452
-, division among, 454
-, slow to stir, 462
-, mentioned, 468
-, receive help from France, 471
-, rebels in, aided by England, 474
-, in hands of the French, 476
-, divisions in, 479
-, mentioned, 486, 490, 495
-, deputies from, in France, 498, 500, 502, 506
-, Monsieur's enterprise in, 508
-, Commissioners from, return, 509
-, mentioned, 514, 522
-, Monsieur concludes peace with, 532
-, suggestions for conduct of war in, 538
-, grievances of, 542
-, Emperor proposes to help, 543.

-, States General of, at Brussels, 5, 15, 25, 26, 29, 38, 42
-, refuse to accept Alenon's terms of peace, 52
-, Prince of Orange's message to, 55
-, mentioned, 66, 76
-, their men take Menin, 78
-, busied about peace, 81
-, mentioned, 96, 100, 127, 129, 144, 147
-, men of, resist the enemy, 151
-, mentioned, 237, 268, 269
-, summary of men in their service, 287
-, mentioned, 289, 293
-, forces of, 332
-, extract from register of resolutions passed by, 355
-, disposed to submit to government of Duke of Anjou, 360, 361
-, England wishes to assist, 363
-, letter to, 378
-, articles drawn up for, as a basis on which to negotiate with Duke of Anjou, 383
-, to help to maintain Protestant religion in France, 384
-, mentioned, 394, 399, 404
-, troops of, 416
-, mentioned, 425, 426
-, cannot satisfy Elizabeth, 427, 429
-, mentioned, 428
-, forces of, overthrown by Malcontents, 431
-, treaties of, with Monsieur, 441
-, mentioned, 442, 473, 476, 484, 496
-, men of, rescue Steenwick, 511
-, mentioned, 528, 529.

-, letter from, 201.

-, letters and dispatches to, 99, 184, 229, 378, 544.

Nettyn, Captain, 287.

Neuenahr, Count of. See Adolf.

Neufville
-, Nicolas de, Seigneur de Villeroy, Secretary, 257, 263, 264, 265
-, conference with Cobham, 271
-, mentioned, 284, 285
-, sent to Monsieur, 405, 411, 413, 419
-, dispatched to Cognac, 447
-, mentioned, 464, 465, 494, 508, 509, 515.

-, -, letter to, 255.

Neustadt, Niowstat, 461.

Neuville, 'Villeneue,' , 287.

Nevell, , , , English Papists in Paris, 279.

Nevers, Duke of. See Gonzague.

Nevill
-, Charles, Earl of Westmoreland, 264
-, in Paris, 302, 335, 351
-, leaves Paris, 358
-, not privy to Spanish plots against England, 372
-, in Paris, 373, 401
-, going to Spain, 454, 464
-, left Rouen, 500, 509.

Newall, Peter, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Newcastle, 162, 289.

'New Christians'
-, in Portugal fear the Spanish Inquisition, 39
-, mentioned, 327.

Newfoundland, 477.

'Newhaven', France. See Hvre, le.

Newland, , Englishman in Spain, 327*.

Nicasius. See Yetsweirt.

Nice, Council of, 116.

Nicholl, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Nichols, , English Protestant in Paris, suspected, 279.

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

Nicolson, William, priest in London, 401.

Nightingall, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Nimeguen
-, Nymegen, English, French, Scottish and German troops assembled there, 5
-, mentioned, 476.

Ninove
-, Nynehove, Nynhoven, Nynove, 7
-, men of Ghent defeated at, 24
-, mentioned, 267, 281, 282, 394, 399
-, attacked by Malcontents, 454, 461, 462, 473, 484.

'Niphius, his auguries,' 259.

Niphus, Niffius, Fabianus (grandson to the above), letter from, 133.

Nivelles, 150, 151, 454, 461.

Nogaret
-, Bernard de, Seigneur de La Valette, 185
-, receives Bellegarde's government at the latter's death, 110, 113
-, young Bellegarde keeps Saluces from him, 175, 183, 185, 222.

-, Jean Louis de, Seigneur de la Valette, Duke of Epernon, one of the King's minions, takes letter from Bellegarde to the King, 28
-, sent to Queen Mother, 46
-, mentioned, 142, 168
-, joins with young Bellegarde, 236
-, leaves Saluces, 252
-, at siege of la Fre, 351, 386
-, mentioned, 408, 432, 457, 465, 524.

Noircarmes
-, Jan de, Baron de Selles, Lieutenant of archers to King of Spain, taken prisoner, 351
-, mentioned, 379.

Nonius, Jeremias, 520.

Nonsuch, letters and dispatches dated at, 313, 362, 545.

-, memorial for matters of Council at, 360.

Norfolk, Duke of. See Howard.

Normandy
-, King of France fears to go there, 46
-, Duke of Guise there, 46
-, discontent in, 46
-, something in brewing in, 67
-, mentioned, 85, 103
-, estates of, continue their demands, 107
-, regiments of, 142
-, gentlemen of, 178
-, Monsieur visited by chief persons of, 192
-, gentlemen of, 252
-, earthquake in, 259
-, mentioned, 302, 395, 412.

Norris, Sir Henry, Lord Rycott, 476.

-, John, Colonel, son of the above, his regiment not admitted into Vilvorde, 29
-, English soldiers to be replaced under, 55
-, mentioned, 92, 98
-, sent to Tourney, 111, 129
-, mentioned, 267, 281, 287
-, his 'unhappy chance,' 332, goes to Friesland, 393
-, mentioned, 462, 476, 484, 496, 498, 505, 511, 532.

-, -, letters from, 50, 467.

-, John, of Barnstaple, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

-, ? Richard, priest, 401.

North Cape, 537.

Northumberland, Duke of. See Percy, Henry.

Norton, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Notre Dame de Hault, 151.

Notton, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Noue
-, Franois de la, his answers to the letter written in the name of them of Ghent to the Prince, 7
-, wronged by M. de Imbize, 8
-, resolves to enter Brussels, 9
-, leaves Brussels for Flanders, 15
-, places Scots at Rollet, 22
-, takes orders from Orange to the Gantois, 25
-, men of Ghent afraid to receive him, 26
-, declaimed against, 26
-, helps Rossel to pay French soldiers, 29
-, revictuals Brussels, 49
-, lodgings to be assigned to him by Quartermaster at Brussels, 55
-, in Willebroek, 59, 60
-, Spaniards do not venture to attack, 68
-, mentioned, 76
-, in Antwerp, 80
-, mentioned, 81
-, at Menin, 83
-, decides to march on Verny, 84
-, gains successes, 92
-, takes Waruyche, 96
-, doing great service, 98
-, mentioned, 100
-, at la Fre, 107
-, goes to France, 108, 111
-, near Paris, 113, 126
-, mentioned, 127
-, on his way back to France, 137
-, false rumour of his death, 141
-, puts French into Bouchain, 142
-, at Cambray, 146
-, at la Fre, 147
-, his wife goes to Paris, 148
-, in France, 150
-, at la Fre, 151
-, mentioned, 168, 204, 262
-, takes Mechlin, 266, 267 mentioned, 281, 282, 287
-, taken prisoner, 291, 292, 293
-, treaty for his recovery, 300, 302
-, his wife asks Elizabeth to help him, 317, 321
-, efforts for his release, 379
-, at Charlemont, 419
-, mentioned, 454
-, reported to have escaped, 461
-, his wife writes on his behalf, 469
-, his 'prosecution launched,' 473
-, rumour of his exchange, 505.

-, Madame de la. See Lur, Marie de.

Nova Terra, Duke of. See Terranova.

Noyelles
-, Ponce de, Seigneur de Bours, shows himself unsteady, 9
-, unwell at Mechlin, 15
-, admits Spaniards into Mechlin, 29
-, allied with Spaniards, 31
-, repents of having sold Mechlin, 38
-, his defection, 41
-, sent as prisoner from Mechlin to Maestricht, 81
-, surrenders his Government to M. de Sweveghem, 490.

Noyelles, town of, 147.

Nuile, President. See Nully.

Neully or Nuilly, 'Nuile,' Etienne de, President of the Cour des Aides, 236.

Nunez
-, Dr. Hector, spoiled by French pirates, 10
-, letter from, 499.

-, Stephano, 284.

Nuncio, Papal, in France, see Dandino.

-, in Spain, 114, 222, 263, 265, 477, 495, 515.

-, in Portugal, 253.

Nuremberg
-, 'Norringeborge,' 380
-, Imperial Diet to be held at, 393
-, mentioned, 395, 399
-, Diet of, likely to take no effect, 426
-, merchants of, 472
-, meeting of Emperor and Electors at, 476
-, Diet at, postponed, 485
-, mentioned, 527.

Nutshawe, William, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Nyno, Don Gabriel, Spanish captain, 283.

Nymegen. See Nimeguen.