Index: V

Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 10, 1589-1593. Originally published by His Majesty's General Register House, Edinburgh, 1936.

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Index: V

Vaihon, Bishop of: letter to, taken with George Ker, 832.

Valdes, don Pedro de: King of Spain's directions to, concerning England, 413.

Vandervaus, William: (Vanderwens, Vaudervaus), Master of Household to the Queen, 372. See also Wense.

Vanguard (Vantguard): Captain of the, with the King, 96; trumpeter of, slain, ib., 98.

Vans, Sir Patrick, of Barnbarroch: (Vaus, Waus) escort to Anne of Denmark, 170, 171; signs letter of Council to Elizabeth, 228; to ascertain cause of arrival of Spaniards, 242; 253; privy councillor, 372, 373; (Vaudres) surety for mariners of Spanish barque, 838, 840.

Veere: See Campvere.

Veitches (Veyches), the: feud between, and the Tweedies, 359, 370, 371.

Veltheim, Joachim de: a servant of the Duke of Brunswick, request for passport for, 302.

Venitianis: in cipher list, 799.

Verdun: in cipher list, 799.

Vere, Sir Francis: 749.

Vernon, Anne: to Asheby (3 July, 1589), 114.

——, Mr.: no oxen provided by, for the King's wedding, 169; ship of, 335-6, 345, 346; 395; 537; receives money for Berwick garrison, 673.

Vice-Chamberlain of England: See Hatton, Sir Christopher.

—— of the Household (England): See Heneage, Sir Thomas.

—— of Scotland: See Lindsay, Mr Alexander; Spynie, Lord.

Villiers, Jean Hotman de: to Mademoiselle Hotman (9 Aug. 1589), 135; kisses the King's hand at Falkland, ib., 136; 144; 147.

——, Marquis of, 700.

Vinstarr, Margaret: maid of honour to the Queen, helps Logie to escape, 752-3; the Queen refuses to dismiss, 755.

Vrecht, Monsieur de, 'pensionarie de la ville de Delft,' a deputy from the States, arrives at Leith, 71; has audience with the King, ib.