Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 18, July 1583-July 1584. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1914.
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C. D., letter from, 46.
Cabesse, Gaspar Barbose, memorial by, of his services to Don Antonio, 290;
brother of, ibid.
Cabriana, Filippo, said to be a spy for Spain and the Pope, 232.
-, -, letter from, 254.
Cabry, Nicolas, letter from, 658.
Cadilhac, the Queen of Navarre goes to, 251.
Cadsant, Cassant, Cassand, island of, English troops in, 26;
fear that the enemy will attack, 219, 337;
Spanish troops going into, 460.
Caffa, Kaffa (Capha), in the Crimea, Osman Bassa and Turkish army at, 438;
traffic for slaves at, 439, 440;
siege of, 502.
Calais, 19, 245, 635 (?);
the French troops from Flanders go to, 21, 45;
proclamation made at, 24;
provisions sent from, 77;
deputies from the Low Countries at, 298;
ship of, plundered and seized, 287.
-, governor of. See Gordann.
-, letter dated at, 546.
Calendar, the New, use of, in the Empire, to be optional, 97;
a soothsayer writes against, 130;
about to be brought into use in the Emperor's dominions, 134;
adoption of, in Bohemia, 354;
commotions feared, because of, 355.
Calignon, Geoffrey de, is going with Ségur to the princes of Germany, 203;
mandamus of the Emperor against, 321.
Calloo, Callo, the enemy fortifying about, 615;
project to close the river at, 625;
dyke cut at, 626;
the new fort at, 641, 643.
Calvart, L., secretary of the States of Brabant, letters from, 601, 610.
Calvi, Eliano, Italian banker, his house in Paris, 18.
Calvin, his Commentaries on Moses, alluded to, 577.
Calvinists, the Elector of Saxony's hatred of, 94.
Cambray, Cambrai, 15, 118;
is said to be given to the French King, 9;
Spanish success near, 28;
Parma's troops go to or from, 100, 106;
provisions for, 127, 160, 267;
reported loss of, 154, 162, 171;
the Prince of Parma's negotiations with Monsieur concerning, 159, 195, 196, 197, 221;
the Queen Mother promises delivery of, to the French King, 160;
Monsieur hopes to get money from the King for, 161;
restoration of, to Spain, talked of, 186, 215, 218;
will be lost without help, 220;
hates the French, 221;
Elizabeth warns Monsieur not to strip himself of, 227;
said to have been refused by the French King, 234;
raising of army for relief of, charges of, 288;
measures for protection of, 423;
the French King intends to help Monsieur at, 454, 455;
belief that the Spaniards mean to besiege, 494;
councils held “for preserving,” 512;
Marshal Biron at, 526;
news of Monsieur's death sent to, 533;
business of, will be taken in hand by the Queen-Mother, 535, 537;
Marshal Retz to lie near, 552, 592;
said to be invested, 563;
commended to the King by Monsieur, 573;
rumoured treaty concerning, 647;
Monsieur going to or at, see Francis, Duc d'Anjou.
-, castle near, 108.
-, French forces at or going to, or garrison of, 2, 89, 100, 110, 118, 126;
said to have been defeated, 128, 137;
carry away “bestial and rich peasants,” 253;
money offered for, 265;
villages burnt by, 488;
annoy the enemy near, 489.
-, governor of, see Monluc, Seigneur de Balagny;
Monsieur wishes Fervacques to be governor, 11.
-, letter dated at, 79.
Cambresis or Cateau Cambresis, taken by the French, 100;
treaty concerning, 159.
Camden, William, Annals of, notes taken from, 444.
Campbell, Colin, Earl of Argyll (Atgal), with King James at St. Andrews, 36;
said to have escaped to Berwick, 465.
Campen, Kampen (Campion), at the mouth of the Yssel, 496;
will accept the Prince of Orange as Count, 254;
refuses victuals for the States' camp, 516.
Camphere. See Veere.
Canary Islands, the, ship from, 287.
Candia. See Crete.
-, Duke of, lieut.-governor of Portugal, 378.
Canea, the Turkish admiral departs from, 40.
Canterbury, Archbishop of. See Whitgift.
-, the post at, 24;
horses bought by men of, 365.
Cape St. Vincent, East India fleet at, 113.
Capella, Signor, letters sent under cover, to, 465, 501.
Capelli, M. (qy. same as preceding), his house in Paris, 325.
Capponi, Piero, death of, 294.
Capres, Baron de. See Bournonville.
Capryke, Capricque, in Flanders, Parma's troops at, 144.
Carcassonne, Seneschal of, siege of Montreal by, 272.
Cardinal, a, at Rotterdam, 341.
Cardinals, are mostly “at the devotion” of the King of Spain, 602;
hats for, 267, 316.
Cardona, Duke of, governor of Catalonia, 292.
-, a gentleman of the house of, 28.
Carduino, Mario, governor of Lierre, 6, 527;
taken prisoner, 520, 526.
-, letters of, alluded to, 302.
Carenzone, Nicolo, to go with the Queen's letters to the Low Countries, 508;
negotiations of, alluded to, 549;
lays his scheme before the Prince of Orange, 564;
in Holland, 569;
letters, &c. sent by, 574, 581, 637;
is believed to be drowned, 597;
the Prince of Orange's trust in, 648.
-, -, expenses of, 648.
-, -, letters from, 563 (2), 567, 647;
memorials or proposals from, 508–510.
Carey, Henry, Lord Hunsdon, information sent to, 387;
servant of, comes from Scotland, 453;
the Scots King's letters to, mentioned, 579;
his going to Berwick, makes the French King suspicious, 639.
Carliell, Carlile, Christopher, step-son of Walsingham, 352;
said to be going to the Indies, 465, 501;
reported capture of, 641.
Carmagnola or Carmagnolle, rumoured siege of, 378.
Caron, Noel de, eschevin of the Free, to be sent to Monsieur, 253;
ordered out of Bruges, 389;
negotiations of, in France, 584, 630.
Carpe, traveller to, 72.
Carpenter, Robert, mayor of Rye, 557.
Carrouges, Seigneur de. See Le Veneur.
Cartagena, recruits in, 367;
troops shipped from, 643.
Carter, William, book printed by, 627;
suffered at Tyburn, ibid.
Cartwrit, Thomas, at Flushing, 377.
Casale (Cazell), in Monferrato, Bishop of, 209;
church of, 209;
cannon taken from, 378.
Casimir, Duke. See John Casimir.
Casseler, George, merchant of Cologne, 49.
Cassell, a native of, 144.
-, letter dated at, 531.
Cassubia, traveller in, 62.
Castel and Maillet, Messrs., letters sent to, 46.
Castelli, Giovanni Baptista, Bishop of Rimini, Papal nuncio in France, 3;
his life “doubted of,” 71;
as the late nuncio, 114, 136, 233.
Castelnau, Michel de, Seigneur de la Mauvissière, French ambassador in England, 433, 458, 546;
his audience at Greenwich, 82;
information given to Elizabeth by, 116;
the Queen of Scots' packets not to pass through the hands of, 143;
letter sent to, 170;
report that he is to be sent to Scotland, 249, 264, 266, 269;
a matter to be “taken notice of,” to, 316;
thanks to, to be “suspended,” 319;
letter and message delivered by, 341;
request of, to go to Scotland, refused by Elizabeth, 343;
is not to meddle with the Queen of Scots' causes, 344, 413;
secret matters known to or advertised by, 351;
Elizabeth desires the French King's answer concerning, 390;
proposed journey of, to Scotland, the French King's intention in sending him, 412, 604;
plotting of, for the Queen of Scots' liberation, 436;
the Queen Mother forgets to speak concerning, 477;
the French King will not forbid his dealing with the Queen of Scots' matters, 478;
charge against, by the Council, 486;
is desired by the French King to visit the Scots Queen, 499;
journey of, to Scotland thought to be at an end, 501;
Elizabeth consents to his going to Scotland, 506, 512;
is to thank Elizabeth on M. de Joyeuse's behalf, 512;
projected mission of, to Scotland, 517, 521, 593, 638–640;
inclines to the party of the King of Navarre, 519;
requests of, refused by Elizabeth, 521;
not in the plot to kill the Queen confessed by George Martin, 526;
mediation of, in Scotland, will be coldly received, 536;
journey of, to Scotland, stayed, 541, 562, 622, 639;
does not believe that Monsieur is dead, 545;
a packet from, 563;
the Queen's reasons for not wishing him to go to Scotland, 602, 603;
matters communicated to the French King by, 612, 613, 640, 644;
wishes young Pinart to be sent to Scotland, 622;
should make some proposition to Elizabeth, 644;
interview of, with Elizabeth, 646;
says Queen Mother desired him to include Scotland in the treaty, 647;
Elizabeth has said to, that three hundred Catholics have sworn to kill her, 653.
-, -, letters from, 14, 31, 355, 358, 483, 484, 485, 499, 540, 557, 559, 592;
alluded to, 314, 611, 612, 622.
-, -, letters to, 614;
alluded to, 84.
-, -, petition to, 556.
-, -, his children “who are English” 499.
Castres, “those of” declaration of, concerning Montreal, 272.
Castro, Dom Juan de, news brought by, 123.
Catalonia, governor of. See Cardona, Duke of.
Cataneo, Filippo, of Antwerp, money matters negotiated by, 66;
letters sent by means of, 213, 295, 489.
Catherine de' Medici, Queen Mother of France, letters or messages sent to, 2;
movements of. 2, 16, 28, 38, 47;
the Palatine Costka has written to, 4;
mediation of, between the King and his brother, 16;
audiences given by, 29, 39, 51;
at a village near Paris [Passy], 38;
protests her affection to Elizabeth, 51, 306;
in relation to the marriage of the Princess of Lorraine, 39, 159, 239, 377;
distress of, at the King's treatment of his sister, 54;
her interview with her daughter, 58;
movements of, 65, 68, 76;
Monsieur's proceedings with, are mistrusted, 66;
holds secret intelligence with the Spanish agent, 71;
speeches to be made to, on behalf of Elizabeth, 83;
declares herself still eager for her son's marriage with Elizabeth, 84;
management of affairs left to [qy. in 1581], 98;
urges Elizabeth to bring about an universal peace, 103;
is coming to Paris, 103, 106;
is going to a wedding, 104;
charge of, against Thomas Wilkes, 109;
her negotiations with Don Antonio, 113;
sends Pinart to Monsieur, 114;
matters to be laid before, by Stafford, 116;
is blamed for Monsieur's not coming to Paris, 129;
with Monsieur at Chateâu-Thierry, 142, 157–159;
her credit with the King now very small, 143, 160;
tries to mediate between the two brothers, 143, 160;
is said to keep Monsieur from the King, 161;
efforts of, to maintain her power, 164;
cannot “abide” the mignons, 165;
practices of, amongst Monsieur's followers, 165;
movements of, 161, 165, 172, 174;
Stafford to have audience of, 182;
is supposed to favour Joyeuse, 197;
matters heard in her chamber, 200;
advice of, desired by the King, 201;
is paying Don Antonio's charges at Ruel, 214;
to join in proposed negotiations with the Low Countries, 226;
the Grand Duke of Tuscany's envoy refuses to talk of, 233;
is angry about the King's new order, 249;
Clervant speaks to, concerning the Queen of Navarre, 251;
her desire for Elizabeth's marriage with “one of her sons,” 264;
audience given by, 267;
is with Monsieur at Chateâu-Thierry, 275, 386, 401, 414;
“out of hope” of what she went for, 284;
a daily follower of, 300;
Stafford has audience of, 305;
promises to mediate with the King, 306;
report of her agreement with Monsieur, said to be false, 314;
Elizabeth applies to, “as being a woman,” 321;
her good dealing towards Elizabeth, 331, 332;
in relation to the libellous pictures against the Queen, 342, 416;
would have been excluded from all government, if the Queen of Scots and her kin had had their wills, 344;
her recommendation of the Queen of Scots, protested against by Elizabeth, 344;
tries to discover whom the Spanish King has been practising with, 350;
begins to hate the King of Spain, 351;
illness of, 356, 367;
dares not go to her son at the Jeronomists, 356;
report of her death, ibid.;
is said to dislike Mendoza's coming to Paris, 358;
and to be going into Languedoc to appease Montmorency, 359;
is a comfort to the afflicted in France, 367;
Don Antonio is going to, 370;
urges Montmorency to give up his government, 371;
complains of Elizabeth's lack of confidence, 380;
in relation to the proposed league between England and France, 380, 381;
matters to be spoken of to, 382;
affection of, for the Queen of Scots, 386;
gives audience to Mendoza, 387;
formerly tried to abate the King of Spain's greatness, 390;
illness of, 415;
expected at Paris, 420;
does not wish Mendoza to be “intercepted,” 422;
assurances of help from, to Montmorency, 423;
promises of, for the Low Countries, 426, 452;
representations to be made to, concerning the Low Countries, 434;
audiences given by, to Sir E. Stafford, 452–455, 477;
wishes to speak to the King before Seton has audience of him, 458;
defers Stafford's audience, 476;
laments her present lack of influence with her son, ibid.;
“deals” with the King, concerning Elizabeth's messages, 476;
the King will advise with, 479;
is willing to aid Don Antonio, 492;
distress of, at the King's refusal to see her, 494;
designs of, against Epernon, 497, 522;
has been with Monsieur a week and more, 511;
grief of, on Monsieur's death, 533 (2), 562, 563;
will take Cambray in hand, 535, 537;
had set out for Chateâu Thierry, but turned back, 545;
to be sounded concerning Stafford's presence at Monsieur's funeral, 551;
her reasons for not wishing it, 552;
audiences for condolence with, 562;
is “envenomed against the Spaniard,” 563;
will probably not live long, ibid.;
illness of, 573;
suggested application of the Low Countries to, on the ground of her claim to Portugal, 576;
desires her daughter to see Epernon, 584;
is going to Fontainebleau, ibid.;
Elizabeth's messages to, 602;
sends Pinart to Stafford, 604;
wishes to “maintain a show of credit,” 612;
desires Sydney's mission to be deferred, ibid.;
gives audience to de la Pré, 633;
has the gout, 633, 638;
has authority to treat of all things, in the King's absence, 634;
is going to Blois, ibid.;
audience of, to Stafford, account of, 644;
sends for the deputies from Rouen, 645;
has “chafed” at the deputies, 646;
desires Mauvissière to propose a joint action to Elizabeth, and to include Scotland, 647.
-, letters from, 23, 264, 610.
-, -, alluded to, 61.
-, letter to, 321.
-, -, alluded to, 331.
-, house of, 494. See Monceaux;
-, marriage of, alluded to, 476.
Catholics. See Papists.
Cavalcanti, Guido, the Queen should write to, 270.
Cecil, William, Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer of England, the Queen visits, 3;
acknowledgments to, 44;
reported to have no liking for Sir E. Stafford, 158;
said to be too sparing of her Majesty's treasure, 221;
assistance of, requested, 309;
is said to have met the Spanish ambassador at dinner, 314;
letters sent or to be shown to, 371, 623, 636;
advice of, or directions from, asked by Sir E. Stafford, 459, 537;
to be consulted, 533;
in relation to the Hanse towns, 588.
-, -, letter from, alluded to, 603.
-, -, letters to, 53, 65, 75, 101, 103(2), 109, 113, 115, 122, 158, 200, 221, 358, 365, 391, 446, 456, 459, 470, 474, 491, 532, 540, 566, 600, 603, 634, 637;
alluded to, 200, 347, 422, 586, 657, 658(?).
-, -, book written by. See under Books, Justice in England.
-, -, cipher used in writing to, 532.
-, -, endorsements by, 120, 221, 274, 288, 457, 471, 476, 527, 605, 618, 621, 638.
-, -, instructions from Walsingham and, 120.
-, -, notes or corrections by, 98, 120, 121, 288, 619 et seq.
-, -, father-in-law of. See Cooke.
-, -, secretary of, endorsements by, 115, 206.
-, William, Burghley's “little son,” i.e. grandson, in Paris, 158.
-, -, letter from, 657.
Celle, letter dated at, 532.
Cerbellone, Don Pedro de, governor of Massora, 292.
Cervan, ruined city of, 440.
Cesis, (Pier Donato), Cardinal, 650.
Chalons-in-Bassigni, lieutenant of the Duke of Guise at. See Post. M. de.
Chambery, Spanish forces near, 519.
Chamois, the French King said to be hunting, 149.
Chamoy, Chamois, Colonel, at Dunkirk, 9;
his surrender of Dunkirk, alluded to, 149.
-, -, letter from, 1.
Champagne, companies levied in, 67, 249;
signorial rights of the Queen of Scots in, 456;
the Duke of Guise gives up his journey to, 458.
Champagny, M. de. See Perrenot.
Champernon, Arthur de, letters from, 464, 557;
travels of, 557.
-, Henry de, his calumnies against his wife, 469, 470;
has obtained sentence against her, 573.
-, Madame de, wrongs sustained by, from her husband, 469, 470;
justice prayed for, from the Queen, 484, 573.
-, -, brothers of, men of quality with many followers, 573.
Champvallon, Chanvallon, Jacques de Harlay, Sieur de, grand ecuyer to Monsieur, has fled to Germany, 54.
Chancery, Court of, appeal to, 250.
Chapelle-des-Ursins, Christopher Jouvenel de la, confers with Sir E. Stafford, 428;
an old friend of Walsingham's, 646.
-, -, son of, 646.
Charetier. See Chartier.
Charles V, the Emperor, his unlucky enterprise of Tunis, engraved on a bowl, 11;
his fondness for the air of the Low Countries, 215;
conduct of, quoted, 396;
pension granted by, 432;
his annexation of the seventeen provinces (in 1548), 496;
greatness of, alluded to, 602;
an engineer who had served, 608.
Charles IX, of France, “the other King,” 317;
wars of, alluded to, 205, 216;
his “good usage” of the Huguenots before the massacre, 448.
Charles [Walsingham's servant], comes to Paris, 320.
Charles Emanuel, Duke of Savoy. See Savoy, Dukes of.
Chartier or Charetier, Mathurin, Monsieur's secretary, is not to be tortured, 2;
letters taken from, 17;
Marchaumont desires favour for, 18;
surmises concerning, 28;
is not at the Bastille, 39;
sent to the Prince of Parma, and by Monsieur to the King of Navarre, 98.
Chartres, Notre Dame de, the King goes on pilgrimage to, 377, 380.
Chassincourt, Imbert de Biotiere, Sieur de, agent of the King of Navarre at Paris, visits Stafford, 165, 229;
demands of, 298;
information to be given to, 318;
does not know what to think, 370;
the King gives his reasons to, for warlike preparations, 370;
Sir E. Stafford deals plainly with, 415;
illness of, 545.
Château-Herault, M. de Bellievre at, 337.
Château-Thierry, Chasteau Thierry (Shateutere), 481, 651;
an abbey and abbot near, 284;
Stafford returns from, 444;
news from, 458, 494;
Monsieur's corpse at, 533, 534, 537;
and brought from, 562.
-, letters dated at, 232 (2), 421.
-, mayor and townsmen of, welcome the Queen Mother, 166.
-, Monsieur or the Queen Mother at. See Francois;
Châtillon, Seigneur de. See Coligny.
Chemnitz, Kemnicius, Martin, writes and preaches against Ségur, 547.
Chepistein [qy. Eppstein], rendezvous at, 96.
Cherbourg (Cherebout), bark at, plundered by the English, 287.
Chester (Cester), Edward, plots revealed to, 525.
Chimay (Simay), taken by Monsieur, 126.
Chimay, Prince of. See Croy, Charles de.
-, Princess of, illness of, 9;
at Bruges, 89, 140;
is all for the Prince of Orange and the French, 262, 374;
movements of, 374, 381, 401;
cannot bear to hear of the peace, 401;
warns Ghent not to trust her husband, 474;
at Antwerp, 504;
with the Princess of Orange, 632.
-, -, letters from, 523, 524.
Chiusi, in Tuscany, negotiation at, alluded to, 275.
Chiverny, Comté de. See Hurault.
Christendom, divisions in, 274.
Christian captives, taken by the Tartars, 439.
Christopher, servant of Daniel Rogers, 539.
Cifuentes, Signor, negotiations with, 467.
Cipher, letters in or partly in, 13, 15, 20, 39, 88, 97, 136, 196, 200, 329, 340, 341, 350, 351, 355, 370, 380, 422, 438, 442, 458, 459, 472, 475, 501, 535, 542, 570.
Ciphers, sent to France, are deciphered only by Stafford, 184;
lost by the Queen, 356.
Ciprian, Mr., letter sent to, 482.
Circe's cup, allusion to, 441.
Cività Vecchia, Englishmen sent to the galleys at, 68.
Clarke, Edward, sent from the Inquisition at Rome to the galleys, 301.
Clausse, Henri, Seigneur de Fleury St. Martin, elder brother of Marchaumont, French ambassador in Switzerland, concludes a treaty with Berne, 68;
orders sent to, 359;
wise dealing of, 360;
very well thought of by the “honestest” in France, 427.
-, Pierre, Seigneur de Marchaumont et Courrances, message from, 2;
prays the Queen to procure favour for Chartier, 18;
his residence in England alluded to, 39;
finds Monsieur's service more chargeable than profitable, 221;
is written to as Le Moyne, 345;
is not “poisoned with Spanish treasure,” 346;
is going to Monsieur, 356;
news of Monsieur sent by, 386;
has been with Sir E. Stafford, 428;
to be informed of Elizabeth's letters, 434;
expected at Paris, 456;
“mislikes” the King's answer to Stafford, 481;
arrives in Paris, 527;
is in the country, 545.
-, -, letters from, alluded to, 414, 537.
-, -, letter to, 345;
alluded to, 456.
-, -, house of, 522.
Cleeve, co. Gloucester, resident at, 534.
Clermont, M. de [qy. Clervant], comes from the King of Navarre, 427.
Clervant, Seigneur de. See Vienne.
Cleves, Jülich and Münster, Jehan, the young Duke of, Bishop of Münster, 462;
territory and treasure of, taken, 296;
his melancholy humour, 490;
proposed marriage of, 490.
-, -, summons by, 422.
-, William, Duke of, has agreed to take up arms for the new Elector of Cologne, 34;
means to remain neuter, 50, 63;
sends artillery to Bonn, 96;
the Queen's appeal to, on behalf of Daniel Rogers, alluded to, 110;
grants Religions-friede throughout his country, 193;
as defender of Wesel, 408;
legate of, sent to Aix-la-Chapelle, 411;
letter to, wrongly addressed, 462;
“small success” with, in the matter of Daniel Rogers, 489;
the new Elector of Cologne visits, 490;
will send the Queen answer in writing, 491;
ordered to arrest Ségur, 546.
-, -, letter from, 538;
alluded to, 373.
-, -, summons from, 422.
-, -, counsellors of, 462, 490, 491, 539.
-, -, son of. See the young Duke of, above.
-, -, daughter of, see Prussia, Duchess of.
-, -, kinsman of, see Bavaria, Ernest of.
-, Duchess of, her melancholy or mad humour, 490.
-, young Duchess of, warns Le Sieur against the Bavarian princes, 491.
Cleves, city of, Daniel Rogers at, 538;
a robber executed at, 539.
-, letter dated at, 462.
-, Duchy or dominions of, traveller through, 32;
nobles of, wish to remain neutral, 34;
an abbey in, plundered, 296;
spoiled and pillaged by the people of the two bishops, 462, 490;
Diet for, 462.
-, -, chancellor of, 491.
Clifford (Cmyfford), Christopher, an Englishman at Paris, information from, 173, 174, 201;
reveals plot against Berwick, 386, 387.
-, -, father of, 174.
Clinton, Edward Fiennes de, Earl of Lincoln, his ratification of the treaty of 1572, 167.
-, or Clinton Atkinson, Captain, carries off a French ship, 56.
Cloths, ship freighted with, 145;
exported, proposed impost on, 311.
Clundert (Cluinart), village of Holland, fortified, 151.
Cobham, Lord. See Brooke.
-, Sir Henry, 154, 198, 238;
as “my lord ambassador.” in France, 13;
money received from, for betrayal of Jesuits, 47;
Roger Almond said to have visited, 47, 48;
audience of, with the Queen Mother, 51;
his reported speech concerning Monsieur's marriage, 84;
dealing of, with the French King, in relation to the Queen's rebels, 116;
is to give over his papers to Stafford, 116;
and inform him of the state of the French court, 117;
has received his revocation, 135;
his audience of the French King, after Stafford's arrival, 142, 154, 155;
commended by the young Queen, 143;
and by the King, 155;
is leaving Paris, 158, 168, 657;
leaves Stafford without information or advice, 158, 166, 184;
is not yet despatched, 165;
an instrument of, 183, 233;
lands in England, 196;
letters sent or to be sent to, 404, 646;
embassy of, alluded to, 515, 580.
-, -, letters from, 2, 4, 15, 16, 19, 20, 28, 35, 36, 38, 51, 53, 58, 64, 67, 71, 97, 103, 106, 113, 119, 135, 154, 158, 196;
extracts of, 97.
-, -, memorials from, 145, 146, 286.
-, -, letters to, 61, 82, 83, 237.
-, -, papers received from, by Stafford, 167.
-, -, servants of, 4, 48.
-, Mr., his lodging in Orleans, 13.
Coblenz, “a town of the Elector of Trier,” 35.
Cocquel, M. de la, governor of Bergues-St.-Winnock, 79.
Coinage, comparative values of, 254, 288, 474.
Cole, Richard, an old servant of Sir E. Stafford, 259, 260.
Coligny, Francois de, Seigneur de Châtillon, a servant of the King of Navarre, 39, 65;
plot to kill, 198;
interview with. 248;
the French King's confidence in, 370.
-, Gaspard de, Admiral, Seigneur de Châtillon, if he had not come to Paris, the massacre “had not been done,” 448;
“that glorious rampart of Christendom,” 575.
-, Guy de, Sieur de Laval, marriage of, 54, 71;
Truchsess asks for aid from, 494.
Colledin [qy. Kolding] in Denmark, letter dated from, 274.
Colmagor, in Russia, 44.
Colmars (Collemars) by Dauphine, surprised by the Huguenots, 230;
retaken by the Duke of Savoy, 239, 251.
reformation of priests, monks and nuns at, by the nuncio, 4, 49, 68;
threats against, by the protestant princes, 34;
Jesuit church and fathers at, 49, 64;
measures for protection of, 50;
proposed conference at, ibid.;
skirmish near, 61;
Casimir's army approaches, 64;
courier going to, 71;
gates of, kept locked, 73;
neutrality of, 89, 111, 112, 144, 150;
the new Elector goes to, 93;
siege of, expected, 96;
is full of religious houses and men, ibid.;
said to be agreeing with Casimir to receive the old Elector, 101;
a “practice” to take and keep from the Empire, 102;
country round, devastated, 111;
musters at, suspended, 112;
a book printed at, 151;
imprisonment of protestants in, 235;
villages near, plundered and burnt, 368;
Spanish forces said to be intended for, 440;
“the peace of,” negotiations for, see Frankfort;
a preaching priest at, imprisoned for a heretical sermon, 649.
-, archbishopric of, “dangerous practices in,” 90;
narrative of proceedings concerning, 92;
“preaching of the Gospel” permitted in, 93;
forces in, ordered by the Emperor to disband, 102;
Duke Casimir's withdrawal from, see John Casimir;
protestants in, 234;
courier from, 527;
Spanish troops in, press for their pay, 550;
grant to, alluded to, 590.
-, the business or war of, 5, 102, 137, 211;
may overthrow the see of Rome, 97;
the Prince of Parma warned not to meddle in, 126;
Imperial ban concerning, is common to both factions, 137;
goes badly, 340;
said to be settled, 257;
assembly called to discuss, 385, 429, and see Frankfort;
unhappy issue of, 404.
-, Chapter, Canons or Dom Herren of, 92;
meeting of, 4;
their camp near Bonn, 14;
their election of Truchsess as archbishop (in 1574), 92;
elect the Archbishop of Liége as their archbishop, 93;
certain of, absent from the election, ibid.;
many of, are of the reformed religion, 94;
their lands and subjects over run and ruined, 102;
“a count of,” taken prisoner, 241;
forces of, defeated at Hultz, 241;
begin to repent of bringing in the new archbishop, 490;
are in fear of the Spanish troops, 550;
places besieged by, see Bonn;
Ordingen, Dean of, see Saxe Lauenburg;
Dom Probst of, see Wittgenstein.
-, citizens or people of, are withdrawing from, 49, 63, 73;
rigorous proceedings of, against the English merchants, 224, 225;
send troops against German soldiers, 368.
-, correspondent of Gilpin at, “le gast de Lyster,” proposed journey of, to England, 32, 49, 63, 66, 69, 74, 80;
expected at Middelburg, 100, 108, 110;
delayed in his journey, 125, 154, 192;
arrives at Middelburg, 247;
goes to England, 260, 261;
payment to, 307.
-, -, letter from, 111;
alluded to, 139.
-, -, his wife and family, 32, 111, 128.
-, Electors of, it is not for a foreign prince to depose or choose, 93;
See Isenburg, Salentin of;
Bavaria, Ernest of.
-, letters dated at, 14, 49, 73, 112, 128.
-, magistrates of (Messieurs) are determined to remain neuter, 50;
refuse to admit the new Elector's forces into the town, 72;
are for the old bishop, 144;
heretical priest imprisoned by, 649.
-, Minorite convent at, 422.
-, newsletters or advertisements from, 3, 4, 9, 13, 63, 72, 127, 207, 225, 265, 368, 411, 437, 550, 551.
-, Senate of, news sent to, 3;
wishes to remain neutral, 63;
has put all in good order, 73.
-, nuncio at. See Buonuomo, Bishop of Vercelli;
legate sent to. See Austria, Andrea, Cardinal of.
Colonna (Marc' Antonio), Cardinal, vain attempt of, to secure pardon for Signor Gaetano, 650.
-, Marc' Antonio, vice-roy of Sicily, 292;
(called Viceroy of Naples), is going into Spain, 105;
tries to mediate between the Pope and the barons, 107 (?);
gone to Spain to be “chief general of the King's great army,” 623;
said to be going as ruler to Portugal, 634, 643.
-, -, house of, 107.
Coluchely. See Occhiali.
Colvill (Colvin), Sir James, lord of Easter-Wemyss, challenges Col. Stewart for a traitor, 37;
in Paris, 285;
a letter sent to, 404;
is in perplexity and necessity, 552;
professions of service by, to the Queen, 563;
honesty of, 567.
-, -, letter from, mentioned, 428.
Compiègne, the forest of, a royal messenger robbed in, 104.
Concordia, the. See Formula Concordiae.
Condé, Prince of. See Bourbon, Henry de.
-, Princess of, accompanies the Queen of Navarre, 53.
Constable, Henry, cousin of Sir E. Stafford, 269;
in Paris, 282, 521.
Constance, Lake, troops levied near, to aid the new Elector of Cologne, 60.
Constantine, an evangelist, 138.
Constantinople, English trade at, alarms the Venetians, 3;
mansion house in, 87;
news from, 108, 649;
Osman Bassa goes to, 438;
reception of Tartar princes at, 441;
disturbances in, on report of the Sultan's death, 571;
adulterers in, punished, ibid.;
the plague in, 572;
a pretender professing to be Sebastian of Portugal says he was a prisoner at, 633;
the Polish ambassador murdered after leaving, 649.
-, agent for the English merchants at, 179.
-, German (Dutch) secretary at, 179, 502.
-, letter dated at, 309.
-, officials of, bribery and punishment of, 571.
-, palace of, orders dated at, 536.
-, patriarch of, removed and imprisoned by the Sultan, refuses to take his people's money to ransom himself, 443;
place of, sold, ibid.
Conti, Marquis of. See Bourbon, Francois de.
Conway, William, sent from the Inquisition at Rome to the galleys, 301.
Cooke, Sir Anthony, father-in-law of Lord Burghley, house of. See Giddy Hall.
-, Charles, letters brought by, 330, 352, 357.
Copley, Thomas, his sufferings for his religion, 3.
-, -, son of, 3.
-, [qy. Thomas], with Comendador Requesens, in the Low Countries, 525.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 657.
Corbet, Robert, mentioned, 52.
Coredie, Henry, sent from the Inquisition at Rome to the galleys, 301.
Cormont, Antoine de, Sieur de Villeneuve, troops of, 10;
in command at Bergues-St. Wynock, 69, 90;
surrenders the town, 117, 148.
-, -, letter from, 2.
Corn, proposal to send, from England to Spain, 468, 469;
ships laden with, 647.
Cornari or Cornaro, Ottaviano, in the College at Venice, 586.
-, -, letter from, 237.
-, -, father of, 238.
Cornea, Signor Ascanio della, imprisonment of, alluded to, 275.
Cornellys or Cornelles, James, “the post,” letters sent by, 184, 518.
Cornusson (Cornishon), M., governor of Toulouse, is to seek to content the gentlemen of Languedoc, 218.
Corpus Christi or Fête Dieu, celebration of, in Paris, 512, 515.
Corriro, Lorenzo Fondino, 276.
Corsica, troops sent from, to Rome, 55;
Christians captured in, by the Beglerbey of Algier, 87.
Cossacks (Casackes), “Poles called,” Harborne writes concerning, 85;
cruelties of, 179;
on the frontiers of Turkey, 327;
do not respect the King of Poland's authority, 649.
Cossü, Charles de, Comté de Brissac, lieutenant of the Duke of Maine, 57;
ill news brought by, 58;
ships belonging to, 419.
Costka, the Polish Palatine, in Paris, 4.
Council Chamber, a soldier from Terceira examined in. 652.
Courcelles, the Sieur de, secretary to Mauvissière, sent to Walsingham. 32.
Courland, Duke Magnus of Denmark dies in, 100.
Courtrai, reports at, 404.
Coutras, the Queen of Navarre at, 231.
Covert, Thomas, priest, proceedings of, against John Nicolls, 286;
sent to fetch money for Lord Paget, 535.
Cox, Thomas, of Cleeve, co. Gloucester, a Jesuit harboured by. 534.
-, Mrs., sister of Harry Holland, ibid.
Cracow, travellers to, 464;
Samuel Sborosky beheaded at, 557;
Englishmen at, 557, 558;
court of, 610.
Crain, the, in Flanders, opposite Antwerp, a village in, to be fortified, 624.
Crawford (Crayford), Earl of. See Lindsay, David.
Creance, M. la, sent to the Queen, 471.
Crelun, Baron of. See Gondi, Jerome.
Crete or Candia, ships seized off the coast of, 181.
Crevecœur, M. de. See Gouffier.
Crichton or Creighton (Critton), Father William, deed to be sent to, 623.
Critaill, M. de, sent to Flanders by the Prince of Orange, 26.
Cromwell, Henry, Lord, eldest son of, wishes to enter the Prince of Orange's service, 373.
-, Captain Ralph, business to be arranged with, 373.
-, -, letter from, 254.
Cronenburg (Crounyngburch), skirmish at, 429.
Crook, John, merchant of Southampton, 335;
servant of, ibid.
Croy, Charles de, Prince of Chimay (Semei), son of the Duke of Aerschot, 106, 150, 247, 278, 381, 401, 426, 489;
will probably be made governor of Flanders, 9;
is chosen governor of Bruges and the “Free,” 22, 33;
refuses aid from the French, 42;
said to be willing to agree with Spain, 25;
Capt. Williams has interview with, 26;
movements of, 27, 66, 68, 74, 76;
made governor of Flanders, 56, 70;
has kept Flanders from agreeing with the Malcontents, 81;
is in good credit with the Flemings, 89;
appealed to for aid by Ypres, 126;
disposition of English troops by, 140;
allowance to, by the Four Members, ibid.;
has sent suspected persons out of Bruges, 144;
has let himself be deceived, 152;
opposition to, at Bruges, 153;
youth of, taken advantage of by those of Ghent, 175;
is careful for the conservation of the country, 183;
offers of friendship to, from Hembyse, 194;
friendly feelings of, towards Elizabeth, 195, 383, 404;
is against the French, 203, 219, 262, 297;
is little obeyed, 203, 219, 237, 263, 319;
illness of, 241, 262, 271;
is thought to have hindered Flanders from joining with Holland and Zeeland, 296;
discord between the magistrates of Bruges and, 297;
seeks in vain to reform disorders, 319;
mutiny appeased by, 361;
friendship of, to Englishmen, 365;
wishes to send his wife to Holland, 374;
inclines to the treaty (with the Malcontents), 374, 382;
attitude of.towards the Prince of Orange, 382, 389, 404;
his report of the treaty, 382–384;
orders magistrates out of Bruges, 389;
intends to send his wife to England, 401;
terms sent by, to the Prince of Parma, 403;
divers opinions of, 424;
in relation to the magistrates imprisoned at Bruges, 425;
directions to, from the Malcontent noblemen, 426;
keeps Bruges in good order, 451;
disagreement between the Prince of Orange and, 453;
has been led too far to “call back” his folly, 457;
report that he will be put out of his government, 466;
said to be ill from grief, 472;
the causes of his “entering into these actions,” 473;
his show of religion said by his wife to be feigned, 474. plot to seize, discovered, ibid.;
is suspected to be the Pope's instrument, 482;
is going into England, Hainault or Germany, 484, 488;
is desired to “be a means” that Bruges will not agree to a peace without Ghent, 487;
is well pleased with his man's reception in England, 498;
is going into Hainault, 500;
the commons of Bruges would fain have kept, 503;
his unstable condition, 504;
receives Richebourg into Bruges, 516;
perfidy of, 526;
the “Four Members” pray that he may be still governor of Flanders, 656;
queries of, and the answers, ibid.
-, -, letters from, 182, 241, 362, 416, 444;
alluded to, 297, 384, 474.
-, -, letter to, 108;
extract of, 402.
-, -, castle of, taken by the enemy, 202.
-, -, captain of his guard. See Dennetieres.
-, -, maitre d'hotel of, sent to England, 182, 362, 401, 425, 444, 485;
-, -, secretary of, 262, 297.
-, Charles Philippe de, Marquis of Havrech, mission of, to England, alluded to, 631.
-, Philippe de, Duke of Aerschot, directions sent by, to Bruges, 426;
goes to Bruges, to see his son, 461;
received there with joy and feasting, 466. 472;
his last marriage disliked by his son, 473, at Bruges, 482;
sends for his wife and daughters, 484;
will probably be governor of Ghent, 488;
received by those of Bruges, 489;
is going into Hainault, 500;
receives Richebourg into Bruges, 516;
made governor of Flanders, 526.
Crubeck, in Flanders, troops of the enemy at, 210.
Crully, M. de, memoire from, concerning the war in the Low Countries, 616.
Çubiaur or Subiaur, Pedro, letters to, 228, 466.
Cunningham, James, Earl of Glencairn, is said to have escaped to Berwick, 465.
Currants, imposts on, 291, 463.
Curtius, commissary of the Emperor at Cologne, 50.
Curtius, quotation from, 502.
Cyprus, loss of, by Venice, alluded to, 136.
Cyprus crêpe (cipers), 562.