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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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Palatine
-, Elector. See Frederick
-, Lewis.

Pallavicino, Horatio, 99, 229, 304, 360, 414, 426, 429, 490, 509, 528.

-, Fabrizio, imprisoned at Rome, 301.

Palma, Salvador de la, 232.

Palmela, castle of, 377.

Pamiers, taken by Huguenots, 494.

Parabosco, Alphonso, 301.

Pardieu
-, Valentine, Seigneur de la Motte, mentioned, 26
-, sends letters asking Balfour to take the side of Spain, 29
-, mentioned, 111, 127, 133
-, brings troops to Bouchain, 147, 151
-, mentioned, 416, 470, 474.

Paris
-, 'this prison of,' 27
-, King comes to, 74
-, Poulet and Cobham's speeches at, 85
-, Poulet hopes to leave, 93
-, Poulet leaves, 97
-, Stafford and Simier come to, 110
-, la Noue near, 113
-, preaching in or near, forbidden, 116
-, mentioned, 126, 140, 168, 182, 202, 222
-, 'principals' of, 236
-, mentioned, 252, 266, 271, 272, 278
-, list of English Papists in, 279
-, mentioned, 285, 293, 302, 314, 316, 318, 320, 327
-, news from, 329
-, Duchess of Parma goes to, 333
-, Stafford arrives at, 341, 343
-, plague in, 358
-, mentioned, 369, 372
-, plague in, 373, 374
-, Governors of, 395
-, mentioned, 398, 401, 405
-, plague increasing in, 409
-, mentioned, 412, 413, 419, 420, 424, 425, 432, 457, 494, 500, 515, 519, 522.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 4, 12, 27, 34, 44, 46, 51, 62, 64, 67, 72, 73, 74, 77, 79, 86, 87, 91, 93, 94, 97, 103, 110, 113, 126, 130, 131, 132, 136, 140, 142, 148, 155, 157, 159, 161, 162, 165, 168, 170, 176, 178, 185, 192, 197, 202, 205, 213, 221, 222, 224, 235, 236, 239, 245, 247, 252, 257, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 271, 272, 273, 274, 277, 278, 280, 284, 285, 295, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 320, 321, 322, 325, 326, 327, 327*, 328, 335, 341, 346, 350, 351, 352, 358, 386, 387, 392, 395, 403, 405, 408, 411, 516.

-, Parliament of, 544.

Parker, Henry, Lord Morley, 213.

-, Mr., English Papist in Paris, Lady Morley's son, 213, 279.

-, Richard, 327*.

Parma, Duchess of. See Margaret.

Parma, Prince of. See Farnese.

Parpoint, Garves, 401.

Parry, , Welshman, Papist in Paris, 279.

Par, Luis de, Spaniard residing in England, 46.

Pasquier, , secretary to M. de Mauvissire 373, 524.

Paternosters, Malcontent Walloons so called, 22.

Patrick, , a Scot, 264.

Patrisen, Paterson, John, 232.

Paulo Antonio, 53.

Pawlett, Lady, 401.

Paye, M. de, 335.

Payne, , of Warwickshire, English Papist in Paris, 279.

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

Pecham, Sir George, 401.

Pedgrave, , Irishman, 264.

Pelham, Sir William, letter to, 83.

Penhelicke, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Percy, Henry, Duke of Northumberland, 401.

-, Henry, son of the Earl of Northumberland, letter to Cobham from, 288
-, writes French well, 318.

-, , of Yorkshire, licentiate in civil law, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Pereira, Don Manuel de, 488.

Perez, Antonio, secretary of Philip II, committed to prison, 39.

Prignac, 494.

Perillac, M. de, 386.

Perno, Poles marching on, 78.

Perone, M. de, 84.

Peronne, 116.

Perot, M., 222, 285.

Perpignan, 320.

Perrenot
-, Anthony, Cardinal Granvelle, in Spain, 39
-, ill, 157
-, mentioned, 128, 168, 264, 265, 368, 373, 509.

-, Frederic, Baron de Renaix, Seigneur de Champagny, rumour of his death, 5.

Perrye, Peter de, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Perse, , of Weymouth, 106.

Persia
-, the 'Sophia,' strong in the field, 12
-, the Turk overlayed by, 27
-, Turk encumbered by, 39
-, war between, and Turk, 51
-, Turk defeated by, 137
-, mentioned, 170, 323, 327*
-, peace with Turk, 373, 426, 462
-, at Constantinople, 482
-, ambassador from sent to Turk, 500
-, Turk defeated by, 517.

Personne
-, Franois de la, sent to Prince of Cond, 113
-, Cond's lieutenant, 168, 320
-, at la Fre, 329.

Peru, 394.

Perugia, 264.

Peyris, Madame de, Chtillon wishes to marry, 132.

Peyton, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Pzenas, 403.

Philip II of Spain
-, mentioned, 2, 12, 15, 16, 46
-, his truce with the Turk not concluded, 27
-, receives money from the Duke of Florence, 27
-, Bellegarde not a subject of, 28
-, his claim to the throne of Portugal, 32, 39
-, receives Wotton, with a letter from the Queen, 39
-, has captains in Madrid, 39
-, ready to assault Portugal, 39
-, deputies sent to him from Artois, Hainault and Lille, 41
-, soldiers from Italy join him, 44
-, did not set much store by the capture of Maestricht, 49
-, Rittmeisters presented with his portrait, 52
-, demands of his subjects against Sir Humfrey Gilbert, 57
-, mentioned, 62, 69, 72, 77
-, accepted by Portuguese as their prince, 78
-, ill, 85
-, mentioned, 97
-, subjects of, mentioned, 104
-, takes Genoa, 110
-, letters from, 114
-, reference to his marriage, 117
-, advertisements touching Queen's pretended marriage, given to, 122
-, mentioned, 123
-, sends presents to King of Morocco, 124
-, mentioned, 125, 128, 129
-, league between Pope, Duke of Tuscany and, 131
-, sends ambassadors to King of Morocco, 137
-, takes two Portuguese towns, 142
-, mentioned, 146
-, preparing a fleet, 147, 148
-, mentioned, 150, 153, 155, 157, 159, 160
-, to succeed to Portuguese crown, 162
-, Portuguese will not receive, 163
-, mentioned, 164, 168, 170
-, levying men in Italy, 175
-, 'addresses' army toawards Portugal, 176, 178, 182
-, his army embarks from Italy, 183
-, Portuguese will not accept, 185, 191, 192
-, mentioned, 190, 196, 204, 207
-, his fleet, 210
-, mentioned, 213, 218, 222, 224, 225, 226, 228, 230, 232, 235, 238
-, his army 240
-, his enterprise in Portugal, 241
-, mentioned, 242, 244, 252, 253, 255, 257, 263, 264, 265, 267, 270, 271, 273, 285
-, truce between Turk and, 291
-, mentioned, 293, 295, 300, 301, 302, 303
-, preparing to invade Portugal, 306, 307
-, preparations for Ireland, 310
-, goes to Badajos, 318
-, enterprise towards Portugal, 320
-, increasing his army, 325
-, mentioned, 327*, 334, 336
-, on the border of Portugal, 342
-, his attempts to gain Portugal, 345
-, has not yet entered Portugal, 351
-, Pope's partial proceedings towards, 358
-, Governors of Portugal on his side, 359
-, Malcontents in pay of, 360
-, English ministers try to persuade, to grant conditions of treaty of Cologne to Low Countries, 361, 363
-, confederacy of Pope and, against England, 364
-, enters Portugal, 370, 373
-, plots against England, 372
-, in Portugal, 375, 377
-, King of France to declare him his enemy, 383, 384
-, Duke of Braganza, nobility and clergy for him, 393
-, King of France likely to declare war against, 394, 395
-, mentioned, 399, 401, 403, 405
-, proscription of Prince of Orange, 407
-, sends ships to capture Portuguese fleet, 408
-, prevails greatly in Portugal, 409
-, captures Lisbon, 412
-, mentioned, 413, 419, 425, 428, 430, 431, 432
-, his excessive greatness, 434
-, sends money to England, 436
-, makes small account of Portuguese nobles, 437
-, Portuguese yield to, 439
-, Netherlands wish to shake off obedience to, 441
-, his greatness and ambition, 443
-, Portugal in power of, 447
-, mentioned, 452, 454
-, observations to be made on, by Burnam, 456
-, mentioned, 457, 462
-, ill, 463
-, seeks alliance with King of Scots, 471
-, retains Lisbon, 472
-, mentioned, 473, 474, 476, 479, 482
-, rumour of his death, 483, 488, 491
-, his over greatness, 491
-, Henry III displeased with, 492
-, Signor Giraldi yields himself to, 493
-, sends away Italian troops, 494
-, mentioned, 495, 496, 499, 500, 502, 503, 504
-, suggestion for his remarriage to the Queen Mother, 505
-, report of his wish to marry Elizabeth, 508
-, letters from, intercepted, 509
-, reports of his death, 511
-, plans to oppose greatness of, 514
-, mentioned, 515, 523, 524
-, Henry III helps Monsieur against, 532
-, Pope wishes to help against England, 533
-, mentioned, 538
-, extracts from Prince of Orange's reply to proscription published against him by, 540
-, reasons for entering upon a divorce with, 542
-, French plans to oppose, 544.

-, letters from, 216, 258.

Philip
-, Prince of Spain, son of Spanish King, Spaniards sworn to, 185, 192, 222, 229
-, mentioned, 488.

Phillipps, , English Papist at Rouen, 279.

Phillips, Mr., 274.

Pianezza, Marchesa di, alleged private marriage of Duke of Savoy to, 403.

Pibrac. See Faur.

Picardy
-, Cond to be restored to Government in, 44
-, Duke of Guise there, 46
-, mentioned, 103, 111, 126, 140, 142, 146, 151, 301, 302
-, armed men levied in, 318
-, League of, 320
-, troops in, 327, 351
-, League in, 386, 395
-, Duke of Aumale will have Government of, 434
-, M. de Rochepot's force assembling in, 462
-, mentioned, 506.

Picque, Rittmeister, 287.

Piedmont, Piedmontese, 24, 28, 252, 403, 432.

-, Prince of. See Charles Emmanuel.

Piennes, Charles de Hallewyn, sieur de, Lieutenant-General in Picardy, his son slain before la Fre, 419.

Pierrecourt, M. de. See Moy.

Pierredor. See Dor.

Pierrepertuis, near Perpignan, taken by Huguenots, 301.

Pierrepoint, 271.

Pierse, a priest, 132.

Pilkington, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Pilsbury, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Pimentel. See Brito.

Pimentell, Manuel Mendez, 488.

Pinart
-, Claude, sieur de Cramailles, French Secretary of State 86, 87, 182, 301, 352, 395, 397, 418, 483
-, Cobham's conferences with, 491, 492, 493, 494, 508, 509, 513, 514
-, mentioned, 515
-, visits Cobham, 524.

-, -, letters from, 396, 510.

Pinelo, Carlos, 283.

Pinhel, submits to Don Antonio, 488.

Pinna, Hector de, 53.

-, Luis de, witness of alleged marriage of Don Antonio's parents, 53.

Piper, 313.

Pisa, Colonna at, 61.

Pisano, Xanto, 372.

Pisseleu, Anne de, Duchess of Estampes, her death, 501.

Pius Quintus
-, Pope (Michael Ghislieri), his bull newly confirmed, 168
-, mentioned, 183.

Pizzovyn, , 374.

Plaola, Andres de, notary, 436.

Planckney, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Playne, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Plessis, Franois du, Seigneur de Richelieu, Grand Prvost, 352, 372.

Plessis, du. See Mornay.

Plessis-les-Tours
-, 285, 301
-, Monsieur at, 302, 314, 318, 322, 327, 327*, 335, 341, 351
-, Stafford at, 398
-, Monsieur receives Commissioners at, 413
-, Monsieur at, 419
-, mentioned, 420, 439
-, Monsieur leaves, 443, 479
-, mentioned, 522.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 357, 400, 415, 469.

Pliego, Count of, captain of Spanish cavalry, 320.

Plombires, 'Plumiers,' baths of, in Lorraine, 252.

Ployden, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Pluscardine, Pluscatife, 449.

Plymouth, 218.

Poissy, nuns of, 192.

Poitiers, 116, 329.

Poitou, 278, 284, 301, 403, 434.

Poland
-, reference to Bellegarde's journey into, 28
-, Pope's practice in, discovered, 175
-, mentioned, 205, 320, 327, 417.

-, Queen of, Regina Bona, 213.

-, King of. See Stephen.

Polkynhorne, John, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Pollington, Thomas, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

'Polydor', an Italian, 524.

Pomerania, Pomer, Pomerland, Duke of. See Casimir.

Pompadour, Louis, Viscount de, 'Pompator,' 142, 252.

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

Pons, Antoinette de (Marchioness of Guercheville, Countess of la Rocheguyon), 162, 189*.

Pons, Pontz, in Saintonge, taken by Rochefoucault, 162.

Pontberacq, M. de, 178.

Ponte de Limo, submits to Don Antonio, 488.

Pontevs
-, Jean de, Count of Carces (Escarces, Escars) Lieutenant-General in Provence, at Marseilles, leaving the Queen Mother abruptly, 4
-, his friendship with Bellegarde, 28 (pp. 31, 33).

Ponttellange. (?) Pont-de-l'Arche, M. de, 107.

Poole, sheriff of. See Bramble.

Pope, the. See Gregory XIII.

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

Portalegre, 'Porta Alegro,' yields to King Philip, 367.

Porter, , English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Portilla, Juan de, paymaster, 283.

Porto de Linoa, 474.

Portugal
-, M. Beauvais returns from thence, 12
-, French preparations for war there, 24
-, mentioned, 26, 27
-, King of Spain's claims to the Crown of, 32
-, Wotton goes there, 39
-, succession to Crown of, 39
-, mentioned, 39
-, King of Spain ready to assault, 39
-, mentioned, 67, 73, 85, 128, 136, 138
-, King of Spain accepted as prince of, 78
-, merchants of, 125
-, mentioned, 142, 155
-, King Philip Prince of, 162
-, mentioned, 163
-, ambassador from, in Paris, 172
-, King of Spain 'addresses' army towards, 176, 178, 185, 192, 196
-, Duchess of Braganza, Queen of, 197
-, mentioned, 199
-, ambassador of, in England, 207
-, mentioned, 210, 211, 213, 215, 222
-, governors of, dispatch commissions to East Indies and Africa, 228
-, mentioned, 230, 235, 236, 238, 240, 242
-, Portuguese succession, 244
-, mentioned, 252
-, ambassadors of, 253
-, news from, 254
-, mentioned, 255, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266
-, Governors of, 267
-, mentioned, 271, 273, 283
-, governors of, 284, 285, 295
-, mentioned, 299, 300, 301
-, governors of, 303
-, King Philip preparing to invade, 306, 307, 310
-, governors of, 316
-, King Philip reported to have entered, 318
-, mentioned, 320, 325
-, Duke of Alva enters, 327
-, Spanish army preparing to invade, 333, 334, 336
-, Governors of, 342, 345
-, Spanish King has not yet entered, 351
-, Governors of, help King Philip, 359
-, King Philip in, 363, 367, 370, 373
-, Duke of Alva enters, 375
-, affairs of, 377, 381, 385, 387, 393, 394, 395, 401, 402
-, Scots preparing to go to, 403
-, King of Spain prevails in, 409, 411
-, representations to King and Queen Mother on State of, 412
-, mentioned, 413, 419, 424, 425, 428, 432, 433, 434
-, letter from, 437
-, mentioned, 441, 443
-, entirely in Spanish King's power, 447
-, mentioned, 456, 462, 463
-, King of Spain Sovereign of, 468
-, affairs of, 483, 488, 489, 491, 492
-, French King sends help to, 493
-, mentioned, 497, 499
-, occurrents in, 503, 504
-, Don Antonio's defeat reported in Netherlands, 505
-, news from, 509
-, cause of, 514
-, men of Rochelle take ship from, 515
-, troops for sail under Strozzi, 524
-, general view of, 534
-, suggested invasion of, by men of Low Countries, 538
-, mentioned, 544.

-, ambassadors and agents of, in England. See Giraldez
-, Monis.

-, -, in France. See Barreto.

-, -, in Spain. See Mello.

-, King of. See Henry
-, Sebastian.

-, Don Antonio of, 488.

-, Don Francis of, Count of Vimioso, 359, 437, 438.

-, Don John of, 488.

-, Don Manuel of, 253.

Portuguese
-, will not admit the Spaniards, 12
-, hatred between them and the Castilians, 39
-, send Ambassadors to King of Morocco, 137
-, King of Spain addresses power against, 157, 159
-, will not come under Government of Spain, 176
-, Spanish army too strong for, 178, 185
-, masque of, 189*
-, will not accept King of Spain, 190, 192, 197
-, King of France wishes to please, 224
-, favour Don Antonio, 228
-, mentioned, 235, 236, 252, 253, 264, 265, 270
-, send Ambassador to King Philip, 303
-, in order of defence, 318
-, ambassadors, 320
-, would rather yield to the Moors than the Spaniards, 336
-, King Philip tries to bribe, 358
-, refuse King Philip, 359
-, withstand Alva, 385
-, King of France helps, 394
-, mentioned, 408, 419
-, defeated by Alva, 424
-, mentioned, 430, 432, 434
-, yield to King Philip, 439
-, Drake spoils, 474
-, French wish to help, 514.

Poulet
-, Paulett, Sir Amyas, English ambassador in France
-, Roquetaillade and Duke of Anjou visit, 41, passim
-, audience with King of France, 12, passim
-, meets Duke of Anjou, 27, passsim
-, conversation with Marchaumont, 62, passim
-, his speeches to French King and Queens, 85
-, hopes to return to England, 85
-, mentioned, 86, 87, 88
-, hopes to leave Paris, 93
-, 'Jack out of office,' 94
-, leaves Paris, 97
-, particulars of his negotiations in France, 121
-, mentioned, 132, 153, 457.

-, -, letters and dispatches from, 4, 12, 27, 34, 44, 46, 51, 62, 64, 67, 72, 73, 79, 85, 93, 94.

-, -, letters and dispatches to, 45, 64, 107, 183.

-, -, endorsements, etc. by, 63 (?), 74.

Powell, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Poydell, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Poyntz, Fernando, merchant, 42.

Prague
-, Praga, French King's agent from, 170
-, parliament held at, 192
-, news from, 323.

Prannell, Henry, spoiled by French pirates, 10.

Pr, , de la, 525.

'Predioxe', (? Prideaux), Englishman in Spain, 327*.

Premiaulx, M. See Pruneanx.

Preoys, Paroy, M. de. See Luillier.

Pressagny, M. de, 147.

Prvost, Louis, Seigneur de Sansac, 163.

Prvost des Marchands, (?) Pierre Aubray, 352.

Prvost, Grand. See Plessis.

Prospero, Italian scout in Spanish army, 377.

Provence
-, Queen Mother there, 4
-, mentioned, 12, 28
-, broken state of, 46
-, Bellegarde in, 107
-, country of, 116
-, not at peace, 183
-, prior of, 252, 273
-, armed men levied in, 318
-, mentioned, 320
-, Provenals join the League in Dauphin, 329
-, towns of, will not help Huguenots, 346
-, mentioned, 370, 394, 395, 500.

Provyn, M., commissioner to Monsieur from Prince of Orange, 301.

Pruneaux, M. des. See Sorbiers, Roch des.

Prussia, Duke of. See Albert Frederick.

Pucci, 'Puchi,' Francesco, 374.

Pudds, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

'Puibra', Pibrac, M. de. See Faur.

Pulison, Alderman, spoiled by French pirates 10.

Purston, , English friar in Paris, 279.

Puygaillard. See Laumont.

Puymirol, Puymori, 514.

Pyn, M. de, 222.

Pyne, servant to Heneage, 155.