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Index: V

Pages 596-597

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

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Vades, Melchior de, attestation by, 114, 190.

Vaghan, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

Valcourt, 505.

Valence, Bishop of. See Montluc, Jean de.

Valenciennes
-, will not separate from the generality, 15
-, mentioned, 41, 60, 98, 134, 141, 146, 268, 332, 379, 393, 544.

Valette, la. See Lavalette.

Valires
-, M. de, Captain at Cambray, 204
-, arrives in Paris from Monsieur, 314.

Valises, M. de, 329.

Valle Fermosa, 'Vall fremoso,' letter dated at, 303.

Valois, Charles de, son of Charles IX and Maire Touchet, 172, 395.

Vander Varch, Me. See Wercke, van der.

Vanves, Vambe, letters and dispatches dated at, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374.

Vargas
-, Mexia, Juan de, Spanish agent in Paris, 62, 126, 162, 168, 207, 213, 264, 284, 285
-, conference with Best, 300
-, his death, 373, 374.

Varnatts (?), 287.

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

Varneham, , English Protestant in Paris, 279.

Varoiz, Miguel de, Alcalde of San Sebastian, 436.

Vasquez, Juan, 436.

Vasquez, Mateo, secretary to Philip II, mentioned, 39.

Vaudrey
-, Isaac de, Seigneur de Mouy, sent to Flanders, 9, 15
-, French in Flanders to be replaced under, 55
-, mentioned, 129, 293, 320
-, in command in la Fre, 329, 358.

Vaughan, , , of Hereford, English Papist in Paris, 279.

Vauguyon, M. de. See Escars.

Vavasor, , English Papist in Paris, 279.

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

Vega, Alfonso de, 488.

Vega, Joao Roiz de, 488.

Veiras, Wyras, 437.

Vellutelli, Bullutelly, Acerbo, of Lucca, Italian merchant in London, 245.

Vendme, 494.

Venero, , taken by a privateer, 474.

Venice
-, ambassador from, in Paris, mentioned, 46
-, messengers not coming from, 51
-, envoys from, at Florence, 61
-, letters from, 62, 80
-, ambassador from, in Paris, 172
-, galleys of, 240
-, news from, 257
-, mentioned, 264, 284, 291, 301
-, restraint in, 302
-, news from, 327*
-, Cardinal d' Este at, 351
-, mentioned, 370, 373
-, ambassador of, in Paris, 430
-, mentioned, 436, 482.

Venlo, Spaniards will go there, 25.

Venonce, Herman, 166.

Verdun, 247.

Verger, M. du, 165.

Verneno, Alonso, captain, 114.

Verneuil, 85.

-, letter dated at, 63.

Verreyken, Louis, secretary to Prince of Parma, countersigns the ban against the Prince of Orange, 407.

Vertemont (? Verthamon), secretary to French King, brings letters from Constantinople, 257.

Vezre, Vesre, river, 252.

Viano
-, in Portugal, 412, 434
-, submits to Don Antonio, 488.

Vice-Chamberlain. See Heneage.

Vicogne, 544.

Vicques, John de, messenger, 465, 483.

Vidal, M., of Auvergne, 335.

Vienna
-, Protestants of, 159
-, Diet begun in, 323
-, Emperor puts garrison in, 457.

Vienne, Claude-Antoine de, Seigneur de Clervant, with Casimir, 142.

Villagomez, Spanish captain, 377.

Villa Viciosa
-, Vicieuse, city of, 114, 342
-, yields to Spaniards, 367, 373.

Ville, M. de. See Lalaing, Georges de.

Villeneuve, letters dated at, 413, 414.

Villequier
-, Ren de, expected to be dispatched from the King to the Queen Mother, 27
-, not yet returned from Queen Mother, 46
-, mentioned, 67
-, governor of Isle of France, 131
-, mentioned, 157, 159, 162, 168, 327
-, conference with Cobham, 513, 514
-, mentioned, 524.

Villeroy. See Neufville.

Villers, M. de. See Zoete.

Villiers, Marie (?), 25, 59, 66, 68, 80, 108, 129, 291, 349.

-, M de. See Loyseleur.

Vilvorde
-, Villevorde, Vilvord, fears for, 8
-, garrisoned by the English, 15
-, garrison of, treats the Mechliners as sworn foes, 16
-, Scots and English there, 22
-, attempts made on it by the Spaniards, 29
-, mentioned, 268, 454, 461, 462, Scots mutiny at, 484.

Vimioso. Count of. See Portugal, Don Frarin of.

Violante, Donna, mother of Don Antonio, her alleged marriage, 53.

Viseu, submits to Don Antonio, 488.

Vittoria, 'Vyctorye,' 503.

Vivian, John, priest, 401.

Vivonne. Jean de, Sieur de Saint-Gonard, French ambassador in Spain, 253, 255.

Vizze, fort in Hungary, 194.

Vogleman, Peter, 228.

Voisin, M., killed at Maestricht, 20.

Voysin, M., 287.

Volviera, la, captain of the Duke of Savoy, 28.

Vomigni
-, follower of Duke of Anjou, imprisoned, 85
-, mentioned, 97.

Vueren, priests turned out of, 8.