Index: G

Pages 713-721

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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Gabriel, or Averill Rostye or Rustie, a gunner, 173, 174, 201.

-, his father, a Highlandman, 201.

Gaetano, Caesare, arrest of, 18;

house of, 107;

attempted escape of, 649;

execution of, 650.

Gage, Daniel, sent from the Inquisition to the galleys, 301.

Gaillon, in Normandy, the Cardinal of Bourbon's house, the Queen Mother going to, 38, 47;

the Duke of Guise goes to, 57, 267;

the court going to, 537.

Galata, a suburb of Constantinople, ambassadors' houses at, 87.

Gallican Church. See France, Church of.

Gambara (Gio. Francisco), Cardinal, Bishop of Viterbo, 99;

may be sent as Nuncio to France, 114.

“Gant, Prost,”i.e., the provost of Ghent. See Aytta.

Garter, for the King of France. See Henry III.

Gascon forces, going to Duke Casimir, “have opened the way with the sword,” 35;

under Dr. Beutterich, 49, 51.

Gascony, 548;

“the temper of,” 11;

the King of Navarre returns to, 67;

Marshal Biron said to be going into, 248;

garrisons withdrawn from, 420;

journey of Epernon into. See Nogaret.

Gassot (Gazotto), the Sieur de, French secretary [of finances], sent to the Pope, 99.

Gavasten or Gavastein [qy. Capestang], in Languedoc, intended siege of, 371, 378.

Geertruydenberg, Gertrudenberg, the Prince of Orange at, 137;

is as good as besieged, 256;

rumoured attempt of the enemy to surprise, 260;

men and provisions sent to, 629.

-, a castle near. See Wouw.

Gembloux, overthrow of, good result of, 177.

Geneva, collection for, in England, 60;

differences of, with the Duke of Savoy, to be treated at a conference, 60, 230, 280, 360;

enterprise against, discovered, 65;

has taken in more soldiers, 76;

the Duke of Savoy desires to compose his differences with, 114;

the Duke of Savoy prohibits the sending of victuals to, 280;

has no better hopes of the Duke of Savoy than before, 318;

enterprise against, 334;

demands of, alluded to, 347;

has received a garrison, 355;

the French ambassador's wise dealing for, 360;

an alarm of Spanish forces at, 415.

-, letters dated at, 279–281, 347;

sent from, 46.

-, syndics and council of, letters from, 279 (2), 280, 346.

-, those of, expect war with Savoy, 64;

diligently guard their town, 429.

Genoa (Jenua), 19, 232;

conspirators carried to, 54;

troops shipped to or from, 66, 379, 440, 478, 585;

Archduke Ernest goes to, 107;

summary concerning, 292;

news from, 585, 643;

Prince Doria and his galleys arrive at, 608.

-, merchants of. See Palavicino;


-, Spanish agent at. See Mendoza, Don Pedro de.

-, a town belonging to. See Sarzana.

-, people or natives of, 54, 138, 608, and see Spinola, Anthony;

(a Genovaies), “in chief credit” with the Vaivode of Wallachia, 328;

a noble, in Spain, see Grimaldo.

Geoghaghan, Brian or Brem, letter to, 623.

Gérard, Balthazar, murders the Prince of Orange, 578, 580, 581, 592, 594;

speeches of, 581, 587, 588;

torture and execution of, 587, 596, 627, 628;

confession of, alluded to, 607;

easy access to the court given to, 626;

deceived the Prince and Villiers by his story, 627.

German (Almain) Count, in Flanders, 561.

-, horsemen or reiters, money for, 354;

not so clever as Englishmen, 406;

expense of maintaining, 408.

-, or High Dutch language, books translated into, 628.

-, (Dutch) secretary at Constantinople, see Constantinople.

-, gentleman, sent to King of Navarre, captured, 442;

interpreter, see Pralion;

money, for the aid of the Elector Truchsess, 405;

prophecy, alluded to, 463;

sadlers and other artificers, should be invited to England, 405, 406;

serjeant-major, 401;

wines, 150, 410;

troops (High Dutches) in or formerly in Terceira, 243, 600;

under Eitel Heinrich, 352;

“Mouffmafs,” ill-behaviour and defeat of, 368.

Germans, Almains, in Casimir's army, 153;

a regiment of, acting against the old Bishop of Cologne, 372. And see Dutch.

Germany (Dutchland), deputies sent into, 9;

danger to, from the Cologne war, 11;

news from, 20, 177, 213;

fugitive to, 64;

Hembyse sent for, from, 70, 77, 126;

troops levied in, 90, 325;

“combustions in,” 103;

Dr. Junius sent to enquire into affairs in, 126;

no great preparations in, for the Bishop of Liége, 133;

Bizarri's journey into, see Bizarri;

travellers in or from, 213, 465;

Spaniards in, make every effort to take Bonn, 235;

the Bishop of Liége supported by Spain in, 310;

trinkgelt (drinkgelt) in, 325;

is overshadowed by the House of Austria, 346;

the United Provinces might have had horses from, 354;

stallions from, would improve the English breed of horses, 405;

Spaniards in, growing assurance of, 410;

is about to taste much sorrow, 442;

Hembyse's departure from, alluded to, 457;

“Dutchland,” the Prince of Chimay may be going into, 484;

Count Neuenaar procures more forces from, 489;

money sent to, by the King of Navarre, 494;

the King of Spain in danger of being master of, 496;

proposed Protestant Diet and Synod in, 530;

all hopes of help from, have failed, 576;

many of quality in, devoted to Spain, 602;

traveller in, 657.

-, bishops or archbishops of, status of, described, 93;

bishoprics of, administrators of, 94, and see Magdeburg;

Cathedral churches of, “Dom Herren” or canons of, 94, and see Cologne;


monastery and church in, appointment to, 209.

-, Circles, Kreise or Craises in, letter to the governors of, 102;

term explained, ibid.

-, Electors of. See Empire.

-, endeavours to get the English Adventurers excluded from. See Merchants Adventurers, antagonism to.

-, Free cities of, have aided Casimir, 133;

Assembly of, refuses payment of contribution to the Emperor, 97.

-, letters from, alluded to, 38.

-, Princes of, wish well to Truchsess but will not put their hands in their pockets, 73;

claim the right to regulate public exercise of religion in their countries, 568;

care only for their own affairs, 632.

-, -, protestant, SégurPardailhan sent to, by the King of Navarre, 5, 264, 274, 441;

protest against the Pope's right to depose an Elector, 14;

money needed by, 29;

to be asked to aid the Low Countries, 81, 97;

letters sent to, from Flanders, 89;

children and kinsfolk of, chosen to be bishops, 95;

have more strength and means than the others, 96;

summoned to an Assembly, 263;

need for them to act, 265;

replies of, to the King of Navarre, 276, 277, 441;

send an ambassador to offer aid to the States, 295;

will aid Truchsess, 494;

proposal for a league between England, Denmark and, with the King of Navarre, 530;

visited or written to by Ségur, 546;

chances of their support to the Low Countries, inquired, 576, 599;

alienated from Truchsess, 632. And see Empire.

-, -, -, letters from, to the King of Navarre, 531;

memorandum of, 530.

-, -, papist, are leaguing themselves together for defence, 93.

-, Protestants in, sacriligious acts of, 49;

divisions amongst 95;

“those of the Religion,” 312;

proposed assembly of, 360.

-, Reformed Churches of, synod of, to be held. See Magdeburg.

Germigny, Jacques de, Baron de Germoles, French ambassador in Turkey, 40;

mediation of, with the Sultan, 41;

letters believed to be intercepted by, 327;

dissuades the Vaivode of Wallachia from a base marriage, 328;

reported to be recalled, 440.

Geye, Thomas, ensign-bearer to Capt. Marten, one of the revolters at Alost, in the Marshalsea, 516.

Ghent, 192, 339, 564;

the Prince of Parma intends to besiege, 5;

M. de Ryhove at, 22;

assembly of the Four Members at, 56, 74;

the Prince of Chimay at, 68, 74, 76;

those of the Prince of Orange's faction at, are leaving, 69;

Hembyse chosen burgomaster of, 77;

many taken in, for holding intelligence with Parma, 100;

disorders in, 139, 144;

soldiers in, to be i paid, 147;

fortifications of, I 149;

saved by Hembyse's arrival from compounding | with the enemy, 151, 152;

practices at, to make a separate peace with Parma, 174, 175, 176, 177, 186;

ships I going to, 176, 324;

friends ' of the Malcontents imprisoned at, 177, 186, 193;

the enemy “about” 182, 208, 278, 296, 307, 326;

passage to, impeded by the enemy, 183, 270, 363;

freebooters from, 193;

the country drowned up to the walls of, 194, 196;

ships going to, taken, 213;

strong houses “kept” by, taken, 219;

news from, 237, 361, 374;

supplies for, taken by the i enemy, 237;

bitter speeches ' at, 239, 240;

discord and disturbances at, 253, 278, 444, 545, 554;

troubles in, in consequence of the loss of Alost, 263;

Hembyse governs all at, 270;

victuals grow scant and dear in, 278, 362, 383, 448, 545;

makes overtures to the other Members of Flanders, 296;

English troops at, 312;

prisoners in, set free, 319;

intelligence between Antwerp and, 319, 326;

sconces made about, 320;

none will venture to, without great pay, 384;

a truce proclaimed at, 389, 402;

plot discovered at, to let in the enemy, 402, 403, 415;

Hembyse's proceedings at, and banishment I from, see Hembyse;

Utenhove made burgomaster of, 423;

Monsieur wishes to keep, from agreeing with the Malcontents, 426;

the Roman Catholic religion not suffered in, 451;

attempt to surprise, by the Prince of Orange's faction, 451;

persons daily apprehended at, 460;

report in Spain that it has agreed with the King, 470;

Champagny desires to get Religions-friede for, 472;

conditions offered to, by Parma, 482, 487;

cannot hold out long, 488;

“peacemakers” in, imprisoned or turned out, 497;

troops sentto, 498, 503, 507;

victory of the good cause in, 503;

will hold out to the last, 504;

bulwarks being made round, 522, 545;

poor people turned out of, 523;

enemy's camp before, ibid.;

called upon to surrender, 526;

plan for saving, 527, 528;

fear of surrender of, 528, 545, 576;

Scots soldiers at, will not serve the Spaniard, 545;

efforts to succour, 551, 561, 565;

the Prince of Parma boasts that he will soon have, 560;

restless spirits in, 577;

depends upon the free passage to Antwerp, 608;

executions in, 629, 641;

opening of the passage to, necessary for the safety of the country, 629.

-, letter dated at, 402.

-, burghers or people of (“those of” Gentners, Gantois), will not receive the French again, 9, 21, 38, 106, 202, 338;

wish to have Casimir for their protector, 10;

have taken better heart, 33;

will not send deputies to the States General, 56;

talk of peace with the Malcontents, 76;

hope for help from Germany, 81;

send for aid to Duke Casimir, 97, 100;

urge Hembyse to come to them, 100;

their leanings towards Spain, 124, 126;

will have no more to do with the Prince of Orange, 127;

are believed to be negotiating with Parma, 140;

their opinion of Ryhove, 147;

try to put men into Alost, 148;

their great expectations from Hembyse, 150;

some of the best, imprisoned by Hembyse, 174;

endeavours to hinder Parma's passage, 193;

have imprisoned many chiefs of their town, 196, 202;

give but small answer to commissioner from Antwerp, 211;

refuse to send money to Alost, 240;

great offers to, from Spain, 296;

mutinous disposition of, 310, 448;

“act” by, 384;

are bent against Hembyse, 425;

negotiations of, with the Malcontents, 307, 366, 373, 375, 377, 381, 382, 383, 384, 390, 453;

those of Bruges are to confer with, 426;

dispute between the two factions of, as to acceptance of the peace, 448, 466, 485, 487;

rebuke those of Bruges for having mass said in their town, 474;

a fat stag sent to, by Parma, 484;

the majority refuse to accept the peace, 485, 487, 488, 489;

the chief of the Spanish faction imprisoned, 485, 487–489;

insist upon Religions-friede, 497;

will keep the town to the last man, 498, 523;

renewed offers to, from Parma, ibid.;

must decide in eight days, 500;

fickleness of, 500, 522;

want of victuals may force them to yield, 503;

hold out for exercise of religion, 520;

skirmish daily with the enemy, 522;

cruelty of, to their prisoners, ibid.;

are remonstrated with for withdrawing from the treaty, 568.

-, deputies or commissioners from, sent to recall Hembyse, 50;

to the States General, 125, 175, 261;

at Bruges, 140;

“of the Spanish interest,” attempt to master Dermonde, 152;

chosen, to treat with the Malcontents, 373, 375;

sent to Tournay, 383, 401, 426, 447, 466, 503;

go from town to town to urge the peace, 390, 391;

sent to Antwerp and the Prince of Orange, 402, 415;

in France, 618;

stand out for Religionsfriede, 484;

report of, is against the peace, 485, 487;

negotiations of, questions and answers concerning, 656.

-, deputies sent to, from Bruges. See Bruges and the Free.

-, magistrates of, send into Germany to Hembyse, 9, 10;

new, chosen, 68, 70;

are all “good protestants” but wholly against the Prince of Orange, 68;

will never again receive the French, 202;

desire an agreement with Artois and Hainault, 361;

negotiate with the Prince of Parma, 402;

Monsieur dissuades, from agreement with Spain, 421;

fight amongst, 451;

changed for the third time “this year,” 522.

-, -, letter from, 485;

letters to, 147, 485.

-, Pacification of, alluded to, 324, 421, 431, 460, 617, 656.

-, bailiff of, 147;

Breede-raad (brian-rate) of, 27;

burgomasters of, see Hembyse;


Council of, 208;

governor of, see Kethulle, M. de la, Sieur de Ryhove;

keeper of the sluices at, 403;

messenger from, to the French King, 584;

ministers at, see Dathenus;


officers of, put out by Hembyse, 366;

provost of, see Aytta. Scots colonel at, see Balfour;

“States” of, offer money to the English troops at Alost, 247;

town-house of, 485.

-, Viscount of. See Melun.

Gibbins, Mathew, sent from the Inquisition at Rome to the galleys, 301.

Gibbon, Richard, sent to Holland, 565.

Gibraltar, Straits of, 634.

Gibson, Captain, 31.

Giddy Hall, Essex, called a paradise, 410.

Gifford, Gifforth, or Gilford, Mr., has left England for nis religion, 58;

expected at Constantinople, 181.

Gilbert, Gillibert, Colonel or Doctor, plots revealed to, 525, 526.

Gilles, Michel, restitution to, for goods seized at sea, 146.

Gilpin, George, secretary of the Merchants Adventurers at Middelburg, 245, 565;

to be proctor for Alderman Martin, 67;

a fit man to go to the Emperor, 85;

proposed embassy of, to the Emperor, 225, 436;

his kindness to Edmund Yorke, 641.

-, -, structions for, 121.

-, -, letters from, 20, 32, 66, 69, 74, 80, 100, 108, 110, 125, 139, 154, 192, 210, 246, 260, 261, 307, 415, 482, 504, 507, 520, 560, 569, 580, 586, 594, 606, 614, 624, 642.

-, -, letters to, 49, 128;

drafts of, 120, 122.

-, -, newsletters sent to, 13, 72.

-, -, servant of, 482.

Ginik, Thomas, with Comendador Requesens, in the Low Countries, 525.

Giraud, Robert, ship of, captured, 56.

Giron, Pedro de, Duke of Ossuna, Vice-roy of Naples, 68 (?), 292.

Giustiniano, Jo. Battista, an Italian merchant in England, 635.

-, -, letter from, 88.

Glencairn, Earl of. See Cunningham, James.

Godesberg (Goedspergh, Gottesbergh, Godelsberghen), castle of taken by the Bishop of Liége's forces, 226, 257, 265.

Godsal, Edward, with Comendador Requesens in the Low Countries, 525.

Godt, Captain, “a brave Frenchman,” wounded, 606.

Goignies. See Gougnies.

Gondi, Gondy, Albert de, Duke de Retz, Marshal of France, entertains the English ambassadors at St. Germain, 142, 155;

his investigation of the finances, 160;

in relation to the prospect of war, 370;

sent into Picardy, 550;

sent to protect Cambray, 552, 598;

character of, 620.

-, -, house of. see Noisy.

-, Charles, Marquis of BelleIsle, eldest son of the Duke de Retz, intended marriage of, 104.

-, Geronimo [qy. same as the Following ?), money to be paid by, 136.

-, Jerome, Baron de Crelun, 305, 401;

assault upon, 17;

goes to Cobham, 115;

the “ordinary entertainer” at the French court, 142;

welcomes Sir Edw. Stafford, 154;

is sent to Stafford, 456, 551.

-, -, letter from, 614.

-, Leonardo, letter from, alluded to, 136.

-, Pierre de, Bishop of Paris, 17;

orders given by, to his clergy, 420;

character of, 621.

Gontaut, Armand de, Baron de Biron, Marshal of France, coming into Flanders, 10;

a great captain, 11;

to be sent out of the Low Countries, 22;

Capt. Williams complains of his conduct, 26;

the Prince of Orange urges Flanders to receive, 26, 42;

remains in Brabant, 34;

may not enter any town in Flanders, 45;

departs for France, 45, 61, 69, 70, 76;

at the Prince of Orange's palace, 70;

is to take his troops to La Fere, 81;

arrives at the court, 129;

seeks to be employed by the King and fawns on the mignons, 173;

is said to be returning to Gascony, 248;

an Englishman serving, 386, 387;

conference of, with Sir Edw. Stafford, 428;

said to be at Cambray, 526;

sent to watch Monsieur's body at Chateâu-Thierry, 533, 534;

escorts Monsieur's body to Paris, 562;

character of, 620.

-, -, forces of. See Francis, Duke of Anjou, forces of.

Gonzaga (Gio. Vincenzo), Cardinal de, 99;

pension for, 209.

-, Louis de, Duke de Nevers, 68;

trap laid for, by the King, 370;

character of, 620.

-, Vincenzo di, Prince of Mantua (son of the following), dissolution of his marriage granted by the Pope, 209.

-, William di, Duke of Mantua, castle built by, 54;

is suspected of having entered into a new league, 55.

Gordann. See Gourdan.

Gordon, George, Earl of Huntly, said to have seized the Scottish King, 29;

with the King at St. Andrews, 36, 300;

reported to have left the King, 585.

-, Gourgon), J. de, a Scot, desires a passport for England, 282, 283, 300.

-, -, letter from, 283.

-, -, wife of, 283, 300.

Gorge, Thomas, sent to negotiate with the King of Sweden, 293.

Gorkum, “States” of, entertained by the Prince of Orange, 254.

Gottorp, in Schleswig-Holstein, letter dated at, 532.

Gouertsh, Mathias, a “shipper,” complaint on behalf of, 605.

Gouffier, Francois, Seigneur de Crevecoeur, Governor of Picardy, is to serve Monsieur, 20.

Gougnies or Goignies (Gonny, Gonye, Guinne), Antoine, sent by the Prince of Parma to Monsieur, 159, 195, 196, 197, 215;

Monsieur only “entertains” with a treaty to draw money from the King, 221;

interview with, 231;

departs from Monsieur, 232.

Gourdan or Gordann, M. de, Captain of Calais, a messenger sent to, 1;

secret meetings of, with de la Motte, 326;

desires some English bloodhounds, 483;

request of, to Walsingham, alluded to, 557;

is ordered to let nothing pass for Flanders, 595.

-, -, letter from, 546.

Gowrie, Earl of. See Ruthven.

Goyon, Jacques de, Sieur de Matignon, Marshal of France, to bring with him the companies of Champagne, 249;

to remove the garrisons in Languedoc, 349, 359, 378;

character of, 620.

Gozo, island of, Algerine galliots off, 209.

Gozzi Pangeo, Niccolo, complaint against, 291.

Gradenigo, Vincenzo, Venetian ambassador in Spain, 325, 331, 345, 381, 419, 633.

Grafigna, Agostino, letter from, 297;

ship of, ibid.

Graham, David, Master of Fentry, is returning to Scotland, 15;

has gone to Scotland, 37.

-, James, younger son of the Laird of Fentry, 15;

has gone to Scotland, 37.

Granada, all the Moors of, are put forth, 471.

Grand Prior, the. See Angoulême, Henri de.

Granger or Granzer, John, an English pirate, 132, 135.

Granvelle, Cardinal. See Perrenot. Granville, admiralty officers at, order to, 145.

Gravelines, 1, 19;

artillery brought to, 39;

de la Motte at, 78;

the river of, 117;

a prisoner at, 266;

the Spaniards desire a Spanish governor for, 326;

Egmont's victory at (in 1558) alluded to, 430;

provisions should be barred from, 497.

-, letters dated at, 19, 23, 36, 78, 79, 324, 447.

Gravesend, the post at, 24;

travellers at or to, 58, 635, 636;

Sir Philip Sydney “stayed” at, 622.

-, letter dated at, 636.

Gray, Mr., brother of, practised to kill Don John of Austria, 334.

Gray, Patrick, Master of, is returning to Scotland, 181;

appointed governor to young d' Aubigny, 182.

Graye, Mr. [qy. the Master of Gray], is believed to be well affected to her Majesty, 135.

Greece, Beglerbey of, 308, 649;

Bassa Vizier of, 649.

Greek Church, in Turkey, taxes levied on, 443.

Greek friar, an unlearned and licentious man, made Patriarch of Constantinople, 443.

-, foragers and victuallers, 328;

merchants at Caffa, 439.

Greek, “an obscure.” See Alexander.

Greeks, in Constantinople, petition for their Patriarch's restoration, 442.

Green (Grene), a “northern man” professing to be employed by Walsingham, 495;

has no directions from Sir E. Stafford, 542.

Greenwich, the Queen at, 82.

Gregory XIII (Hugo Buoncampagni), Pope, 367, 434, 652;

pension granted by, 3;

interference of, in affairs of the Empire, protested against, 5, 14, 93, 94, 105, 107, 209;

going to Bologna, 18, 99;

Joyeuse comes to Rome to kiss his foot, 19;

trouble of, concerning the “banished men,” 20;

takes part with Lucca against the Duke of Ferrara, ibid.;

conference of, with the Duc de Joyeuse, alluded to, 39;

sends the pallium to the new Archbishop of Cologne, 49;

puts garrisons into the towns about Rome, 55;

his demand for Swiss troops, 60;

measures of, against the Roman barons, 68, 105, 117;

hopes that the decrees of the Council of Trent may be carried out in France, 75;

his deprivation of Archbishop Salentin (in 1574) alluded to, 92;

the Bishop of Liége a pupil of, 94;

persons reconciled to, 98, 99;

his gifts to the Due de Joyeuse, 99;

illness of, 107;

his authority and perhaps his life threatened, 114;

ruin or death of, prophecied, 130, 244;

aids the Bishop of Liége against Truchsess, 133, 313, 325, 410;

sends money for the Queen of Scots' servants, 136;

English and Irish sent from Rome by, 156;

spies of, in France, 158;

appointments proposed by, 209;

audiences granted by, 209, 210, 340;

movements of, 209, 244;

forces in Spain to be paid by, 214;

demands of the French King refused by, 252;

the Protestant princes of Germany to consult on the practices of, 263;

has created nineteen cardinals, 267;

ruin menaced by, to the Reformed Churches, 276;

the King of Spain makes a new league with, 304;

ransom of Christian captives in Turkey by, 330;

sends the Bishop of Piacenza into Spain, 334;

intercepted letters brought to, 340;

as a sovereign prince, should not protect the Queen's rebels, 417;

desires to make a defensive league with Savoy and Florence, 419;

reported intention of, to give up Avignon, 427;

gives the King of Spain great sums for his design against England, 470, 471;

the Prince of Chimay suspected to be an instrument of, 482;

desires the marriage between the Princess of Baden and the young Duke of Cleves, 490;

pensions granted by, 505, 514, 562;

a Council held by, with the ambassadors of the Catholic princes, 530;

his nuncio takes precedence of all other ambassadors at the French court, 533;

lends money to Lord Paget &c, 534;

sends “absolute pardons” to papists in England, 534;

and “his children, the papistical princes” designs of, 581;

at the King of Spain's devotion, 602;

the King of Spain's interests as regards, 616;

affirmed incitement by, to kill [Protestant] princes, 627;

is going to Bologna, 650;

church dignities granted by, ibid.;

request of, acceded to, by Venice, 651.

-, agents of, in Germany, 235;

commissioner sent by, to Malta (in 1582), 114;

a creature of, 621;

messengers of, 340, 534;

ministers of, 13, 98;

a priest sent by, to Paris, 98;

a servant “of his house” 270;

legate of (at the Diet of Augsburg), see. Madrucci.

-, son of. See Buoncampagni, Jacomo, Duke of Sora.

-, bulls of, against the Elector Truchsess, alluded to, 206.

-, his guards, captains of, “belong to the Roman gentlemen” 19;

gifts to, 99;

Serjeants of, 114,

-, lieutenant-general of. See Vitelli, Vincentio.

Grey (Gray), Arthur, Lord, commander at Guisnes {temp. Hen. VIII.), 407.

Grimaldo, Juan Battista, son of the Duke of Terra Nova, to take treasure to Genoa, 232.

-, Don Nicolaio de, Prince de Salerna, Duke of Terra Nova, a Genoese in great favour with the King of Spain, 232;

Spanish governor of Milan, 292;

report that he is to succeed the Prince of Parma, 379.

Grimston, -, servant to Stafford, 214, 474, 475.

Grise, Gryse, Jacques de, Grand Bailiff of Bruges and the Free, recommended by the Queen, 401;

recommended to the Queen, 524, 597, 598;

missions of, to England, 601, 610, 625 (2), 632;

said to thrust himself into affairs, 631;

illness of, 647.

-, -, letters from, 634, 637;

note by, 241.

Grisons, the, French ambassador in, 230;

practices discovered in, 355, 360.

Grodno (Grodnaw), a castle in Lithuania, 141.

Groningen, loss of contributions by the enemy in, 144;

ships going to, sunk, 363;

dominion of, obtained by Charles V, 496;

Count Edzard and Verdugo meet at, 507;

may be reduced if Embden is safe, 629.

Groote, Francois de, greffier of Bruges, dismissed from the town, 144, 149;

certified copy by. 495.

Grynceus or Gryne, Dr. [John] James, appointed Basilea of Heidelberg, 409.

Gryp, Jan, letter addressed to, 2.

Guadagna, Guadanie, Abbe of, 113;

conference of, with Sir Edw. Stafford, 428;

and with the Queen Mother, 476.

Guarcina, II, one of the banished men near Rome, 55.

Guasto, Marquis del, victories of, alluded to, 650.

Gueldres or Guelders, town of, prisoner taken to, 63;

governor of, 256.

-, Guelderland, Duchy of, could not long resist the enemy, 21;

Zutphen will be an ill neighbour to, 110;

is quiet, 193, 207;

said to be resolved in favour of Monsieur, 204;

expected loss of, 242;

the enemy marching towards, 255;

is desirous of peace, 261, 431;

league of, with Holland and Zeeland, 285;

people of, fortifying their country, 286;

English forces coming from, 312;

report that Count Neuenaar is to be governor of, 341, 362, 462;

defence of, means for providing for, 363;

the enemy's forces in, 372;

Count Hohenlohe in, 504;

imports and exports of, 509;

the States' forces in, 516;

some towns of, refuse to accept Count William of Nassau as governor, 516;

cannot be kept, save by foreign help or a miracle, 576;

resolute attitude of, 595;

the enemy may come into, 629.

-, chancellor of. See Longinus or Longolius.

-, governors of. See Nassau, Count William Louis of;

Solms, Count Neuenaar.

-, States of, intercept Count van den Berg's letters, 247;

deputies of, not come to the States General, 80, 100, 101;

forces of, 223, 241, 256, 352.

Guernsey, Don Antonio makes enquiries concerning, 452.

Guian of Bezancon, Balthazar Gerard professes to be the son of, 627.

Guicciardini, Francois, a noble Florentine, going to England, 614.

-, Lodovico, letter from, 560.

Guienne, Guyenne, all quiet in, 47;

M. de Châtillon in, 65;

deputies of, stand to their privileges, 162;

Protestants in, said to be arming, 370.

Guillermo, Signor, in Spain, 228.

Guines, Guisnes, English commander at (in 1545). See Grey, Arthur, Lord.

-, lordship of Goyanna in, 406.

Guise, Duke of. See Lorraine, Henry of.

-, Cardinal of. See Lorraine, Louis de.

-, Duchess of, 196.

-, House or Princes of (they of Lorraine), 289;

negotiating for deliverance of Queen of Scots, 44;

not loved by the King, 104;

will not consent.

to the Princess of Lorraine's marriage to Epernon, 159;

said to desire alliance with Monsieur, 160;

the chief of, never all at the court at once, 164;

intelligence of, desired by Stafford, 166;

their attitude towards Monsieur, 177;

the Scots King led by, 234;

pretensions of, to the crown of France, discourse on, 286;

promises to, 300;

would have liked to exclude the Queen Mother from all government, 344;

speeches of the King in presence of, 448;

hated by Epernon, 493;

come seldom to court, ibid.;

the King wishes to spite, 512;

disagreement between Epernon and, 522;

are not to depart from Paris, 536, 537;

councils held by, 537;

declare the Cardinal de Bourbon's title to the crown, 585;

are retiring to their governments, ibid.;

are all discontented, 613.

Guldenstern, Sir Nicholas, Swedish ambassador to England (in 1562), 292, 293.

Guns, pedredos or goetelingen, request for permission to export, from England, 207.

Gustrow, in Mecklenburg-Schwerin, letter dated at, 531.

Gylberd, a one-eyed man, to wait upon Walsingham, 78.

Gyllman, Peter, master of a ship of London, 58.