Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 10, 1589-1593. Originally published by His Majesty's General Register House, Edinburgh, 1936.
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Safe-Conducts: for Earl of Crawford and Lord Sanquhar, 847, 851, 852, 863.
St. Andrews (Androwes, Tandrows): 96; 98; 102; 113; 207; 345; 428; 429; 431; 434; Melville preacher at, 491; 508; 669; Bothwell near, 700; King to visit, ib.; 709; 787; Bothwell visits his sons at, 801.
——, Archbishop of: the presbyteries against, 227; declaration set forth by, 410; his act of submission, 500; See Adamson, Patrick.
St. Catherine: 444.
St. Colme's, Abbot of: 746; See Doune, Lord of.
St. Cuyers: 804.
St. George's Channel: 387; 690.
St. Giles, Church of, in Edinburgh: coronation not to be in, 293, 295; public thanksgiving at, 305; Moray may be buried in, 641; pamphlet in favour of Bothwell thrown into, 656.
St. Hubert: 795.
St. Ives, (Cornwall): 242.
St. Jean de Luz: 690.
St. Johnston: See Perth.
St. Lawrence (Laurens) Lane: Bosomes Inn at, 317.
St. Omer: mentioned in intercepted letter to Andrew Clark, 798.
St. Pole, George: to the Privy Council (15 Sept., 1589), 156.
St. Valerie (Valery, Vallareis): 378-9; 406-7; 408; 420; 476; James Colville appointed to government of; his letters dated at, 534, 791; 604; taking of governor of, 799.
Salamander, the: 436.
Salkar, Lord: with the King, 61.
Salkingstone, Alderman (London): 393.
Saltcoats (Salt Cottes), Laird of: signs band against Bothwell, 559.
Saltoun: Bothwell at, 120; 601; home of Lord Saltoun, 715.
——, Lord (in Abernethy): 32; family connections of, 33; notes on, 715.
Salt pans: at Sunderland, in state of decay, 601, 608, 647.
Sampson (Samson), Agnes: a witch, accused by the King, 430; confession of (27 Jan. 1590-1); burnt in Edinburgh (28 Jan.), 464-7.
Samuelston (Samerson): 627.
——, Laird of (elder): (Salmiston) signs band against Bothwell, 558; (Samerston) taken prisoner by Hamilton, 716; escapes, 718; (Samelston) follower of Bothwell, 814; Hamilton innocent of escape of, 820.
Sanders, Mr. Thomas: 181.
Sanderson, Henry: searcher at Newcastle, 672, 700.
—— (Sandison), Robert: from W. Stevenson (1 July, 1592), intercepted letter, 796, 832.
——, . . .: servant to George Crawford, 831.
Sandilands, Sir James: keeps noblemen from the King's door, 298; 372; knighted, 416; desires Roger Aston to go with him, 475; has leave to see Elizabeth, 482; his journey hindered, 491; searches for Bothwell, 578; proposed motion against, 608; 634; employed to apprehend Bothwell, 636, 701, 703, 708; Huntly prisoner in keeping of, 655; takes some of Bothwell's followers, 711; to go to Germany, 742; sent to the King from Colonel Stewart, 750; informs the King against Burleigh and Logie; offers combat against Stewart and Spynie, 753; to go abroad; his destination uncertain, 754; conveys Colonel Stewart to Dalkeith, 757; Airdrie and Halkerston examined by, 771; urges James Maitland's claim, 814; intrigue of, in favour of Captain Stewart, against Maitland, 819, 821.
Sandilands, John: 27.
——, Patrick: juryman, 522.
Sandison: See Sanderson.
Sandwich: 434; 436.
Sannie: See Fowler, Thomas.
Sanquhar: home of Lord Sanquhar, 715; in cipher list, 799.
——, Lord: (Crichton) safe conduct for, 292, 847, 851, 852, 863; Bothwell comes to court with, 311; (Sancker) comes to Leith to speak to Maitland, 315; his passport from Elizabeth, 403, 407; comes to England, 477; not to travel abroad, 561; to meet Lord Hume in Brussels, 599; unable to help Spanish faction, 699; notes on, 715; mentioned in intercepted letter of James Tyrie, 795; attack on Lord Hamilton, 838; in a plot to kill some of the Council, 857. See also Crichton of Sanquhar.
Sark: Falkland raiders from, 743.
Savoy, Duke of: letter from, received by Thomas Morgan, 229; Morgan wants Scottish and English Catholics placed near him, 231-4; he should be placed in charge in Flanders, 235-7; 337.
Sax: in cipher list, 799.
Saxony: league between and Protestant countries proposed, 291-2.
——, Duke of: Bellenden to go to, 256; commission addressed mainly to, and a few others, 314; letter of, to James VI, 408; to be urged to support proposed league, ib.; matters referred to, by the King of Denmark, 413; to be asked by Anhalt to further cause of Protestant League, ib.; his commissioners enter a league for defence of religion, 863.
——, Elector of, Christian: James VI appeals to, 339; to be at assembly at Brunswick, 341; reply to proposed league of James VI, 388-90; Prince Christian of Anholt in favour with, 412.
Sayer, Lord: Aston desires to be commended to, 434.
Scaleroth: fight between men of Atholl and Huntly at, 817.
Scapa Flow: Spaniards leave, 394.
Scarborough (Skarbroughe): 396, 503.
Schoirswood, Archibald: 542.
Scilly: Spanish navy off coast of, 519; 690.
Scolay, Gilbert: attacked by pirates, 353.
Scone (Skone): Earls of Montrose and Huntly convene there to redress grievances, 849.
Scott, Alexander: letter against; procurer of the troubles of Scots in Spain, 256; Hunter complains about; the King thinks him guilty, 544.
——, Andrew, called 'the braidis Andro': to be sent to Bothwell as surety, 455; to give redress, 472.
——, George: James VI writes on behalf of, 476; 478.
——, Hew: deputy customs officer at Hull, 580.
——, Sir James: See Balwearie, Laird of.
——, Nichol, in Mosspeeble: to be sent to Bothwell as surety, 455; to give redress, 472.
——, Robert: brother of Laird of Balwearie, servant to Bothwell, brought to the King, 578; confined in Edinburgh Castle, ib.; taken at Leith; deposition of, 580-1.
——, Robert: merchant of Edinburgh, useful to Elizabeth, 761.
——, Robert, returns from the North with news, 840.
——, Robert, 19.
——, Robert: slain, 619.
——, Sir Walter, of Buccleugh: See Buccleugh, Laird of.
——, Mr Walter, of Goldielands: 401.
Scottish flag: used by Spanish carvel to deceive, 242.
Scotts, the: 122; one of the name to be delivered to the Warden of the East March, 456; to attend the King at Jedburgh, 789.
——, the, of Buccleuch: three of, sent to the castle, 401.
Scrope, Lord, Henry (Mayor of Carlisle): 151; to William Asheby (4 Sept. 1589), 153; to same (12 Sept, 1589), 154; to same (20 Sept. 1589), Elizabeth's players ready to go to Scotland, 157; to same (22 Sept. 1589) sends deer for James VI's marriage, ib.; requests Lord Derby to send brace of stags to Edinburgh, 159; Vice-chamberlain's letter sent to, 164; (Warden of the English West March) from James VI (22 Oct. 1589), requesting him to keep order during his absence, 178; to Asheby (26 Oct. 1589), expressing surprise at the King's journey to Norway, 181; his men accused of stealing, 243; to be warned by Robert Bowes, 266; letters from Robert Bowes to watch Lord Maxwell and others, 270; Bowes writes to, about the Bishop of Derry, 284; Bowes writes to, about the Borders, 380; help given to, by Sir John Carmichael on West Marches, 404; James VI writes to, ib.; letter commending, 405; to meet Bothwell about Liddesdale, 420, 442; to vouch for Maxwell's good behaviour, 442; Sir John Carmichael with, 477; advised of resolution concerning Borders, 485; John Crakenthorpe delivered as pledge by, 485-6; O'Rourke to be delivered to, 492; Warden of the (English) Marches, 540; to be satisfied with redress in the Marches, 545-6; complaints of, concerning Liddesdale, 579; two Englishmen commended to, 581; Bowes writes to, on Border matters, 583; sends O'Rourke to York, 613; dilatory answers to his requests for redress, 631; Lords of the English Privy Council write to, concerning Scottish fugitives, 655; Carr ordered to give redress to, 693; quietness in Marches to be kept, on death of, 700; decease of, 701; 720; Bowes executor for, 742; Bowes has permission to attend funeral of; excuses himself, 755; results of examination of Spanish barque sent to him, 837.
Scrope, Lord . . . .: desires presence of Bowes at his father's funeral, 742.
Scrymgeour (Skymger), James, of Dudhope, Constable and Provost of Dundee: Commissioner for Denmark, 103; awaits return of Dingwall and others, 123; wife of, 186; 768.
Seal, the Great: 741; affixed to Maitland's appointment as ambassador, 770-3; to be committed to safe keeping during Maitland's absence, 774.
Secretary (of England): See Walsingham, Sir Francis.
—— (of Scotland): Richard Cockburn appointed (17 April, 1591), 505; See Maitland, Sir John.
—— to the Queen: See Calixtus, Johannes.
Seinling, Peter: mentioned in intercepted letter of M. Stevenson, 797.
Selby, Captain: (Selbie) 47; 575.
——, George: 649.
——, Sir John: (Selby) Burghley's letter sent by him to T. Fowler, 67; T. Fowler's letter to Burghley sent by, 68; same, 70; 109; to Asheby (9 Oct. 1589), complaining of the Wardens of the Marches; has been asked to provide for the King's marriage, 166; 250; advertised by Bowes of the Scottish Council's letters, and his doings with the Lord Lieutenant of the Borders, 270; Bowes writes to, about the Borders, 380; Spanish pirate to be delivered to, 387; deputy warden of the East March of England; to hand over Scottish fugitive to Scotland, 391, 449; 457; meets Bothwell, 458; to send Scottish witch to Edinburgh, 460; warrant to be sent to, to apprehend witches, 463; advised of resolution concerning Borders, 485; Bothwell's dealings with, 486; 487; 493; letter to, stolen, 510, 726; 745; 823; reports the raiding of the English Borders by Scotsmen, 844, 845; directions to him, 845.
Seminaries: statutes concerning, to be ratified and executed, 685-6.
Seminary: in cipher list, 799.
Sempill: home of Lord Sempill, 715.
—— (Sempel, Semple, Symple), Colonel: those that helped him apprehended, 20; 23; a conspirator, 83; pensioned by the King of Spain, 225; 354; papist rebel at Brussels, 532; Catholics in house of, 579; Aston cannot learn about, 657; 659; instrument of King of Spain, 721; testimonials for Spanish trade to be registered by, 760; King of Spain's offers to James VI presented by, 807.
——, John, of Fulwood: pensioner of King of Spain, taken prisoner, 721, 722, 727; 730.
——, John: 444.
——, Lady: 33; 34.
Sempill, Robert, Lord: 33; not well-affected to England, 620; notes on, 715; to bring in Ladyland, 747; to be of the assize to examine Spynie, 771; promise by, and others, 829; a papist, yet devoted to Elizabeth, 830; 831.
——, Robert, of Foulwood (Fulwood): promise of service to Elizabeth, 829; a papist, yet devoted to Elizabeth, 830.
Server, principal, to the Queen: See Robertland, laird of.
Sesford: See Cesford.
Session, the: See Court of Session.
Seton (Seaton): James VI awaits Anne's arrival at, 154; Hudson robbed of letters at, 185; 434; home of Seton, 714; recusants at, 728, 733; Huntly at, 792; Andrew Clark to embark near, 810.
——, Mr. Alexander, Prior of Pluscarden: 360; member of Privy Council (1587), 372, 373; not well-affected to England, 620; to marry daughter of Lord Drummond, 633; letters to, from Flanders, 649.
——, Sir David, of Parbroath, Comptroller: well-affected to England, 152; to be of the Council during the King's absence abroad, 179, 376; signs Council's letter to Elizabeth (2 Jan. 1589-90), 228; his letters to the Chancellor about the King's household, 262; seeks Maitland's favour for Morton, 351; the King asks his advice, 352; in the plot against Maitland, 355; Comptroller (1587), chosen councillor, 372, 373, 374, 683; conference with, about confederates of the Brig of Dee, 400; to be of the King's Council (7-8 August, 1590), 479; Bothwell's possessions seized by, 535; sent for to Court by Maitland; may reconcile Maitland and Glamis, 590; not wellaffected to England, 620; does not countenance Huntly, 653; moves the King to hold convention for reform, 663; 694; to convey warning to the King, 704; to be of the assize to examine Spynie, 771.
——, David, of Tranent, gentleman: sent to England to seek witches, 457.
——, David: juryman, 522.
——, David: 464.
—— (Seytoun), George, Lord: member of Privy Council (1587), 373; 646; notes on, 714.
Seton, Captain George: Clitherow commends himself to, 533; from Alison Hamilton (1 Aug. 1592), 797.
——, Sir John, prior of Pluscarden: in favour, 128; to be displaced as a suspect, 306; 360; brother of Lord Seton of Barns, member of Privy Council, 373; not well-affected to England, 620.
——, John: juryman, 522.
——, Lady: 33; to receive Anne of Denmark, 186; (old and young) to be godmothers to Bothwell's child, 241.
——, Captain Patrick: 29; 140.
——, Robert, Lord: 32; family connections of, 34; to meet Bothwell at Dalkeith, 44; commanded by the King to return to his house, 60; on jury at trial of Earls, 84; likely to be at marriage of James VI, 158; to reside in Edinburgh during the King's absence, 180; in Council, 184, 187; to receive Anne of Denmark, 186; the laird of Auchendown said to be with, 348; James Gordon to be committed to keeping of, 425; Alley goes to, 473; a papist, discontented, 611; not well affected towards England, 620; his brother to marry Drummond's daughter, 633; unwilling to act against Bothwell, 645; letters from Flanders for, 646; 649; before Church Assembly, 784; mentioned in intercepted letters, 798; Andrew Clark gives assurance for (to King of Spain), 804; pleads for the Laird of Fintry, 853.
Seville (Civell, Civille, Sevell), François de: arrives in Edinburgh, 3, 7; first audience with the King, 3, 8; 97; 105; 133; to go to Dieppe with Lord Wemyss, 136, 137; 140; to Asheby (18 Aug. 1589), 141; gratitude to Asheby; his loyalty to Elizabeth; acknowledges favours received from Burghley, Walsingham, and Huntingdon, ib.; to Asheby (26 Aug. 1589), 147; waiting for the Laird of Wemyss, ib.; 154; 228; 238.
Seymour, Lord Henry: 255.
Sharpe, Mr. John: warning from late Earl of Arran, by, 804.
Shaw, John: extraordinary Master Stabler, 372.
—— (Shaye), John: slain in attack on Holyroodhouse, 610, 619.
——, John: 550.
——, Laird of: a rebel—escapes from prison, 89.
Shaw (Shawes), William: 245; (Master of the King's works): arrives at Leith with the King's letters, 252; instructions delivered to, 256; orders sent with, 261; Clitherow commends himself to, 533; likely to be made Master of Ceremonies, 567; a suspected Jesuit, not well-affected to England, 620.
Sheepfold: in cipher list, 799.
Sheperson, Christopher: servant of Bowes, bearer of letter from him to Burghley, 382; money due to him, 401-2; 413; 458; to get fallow deer for the King, 505; acquaints Bowes with result of suit to Burghley, 507; Bowes' warrant of authority to, stolen from bearer, 510, 513; to arrange matters for Bowes, 519; 553-4; to be sent to clear up reckonings at Berwick, 567; with Bowes, 572; to put Bowes' case before Burghley, 573, 581; to carry out Bowes' orders, 584; 608; carries Bowes' petitions to Burghley, 627; 646; 647; 651; 656; 658; Bowes' arrangements with, concerning debts, 734-5; Bowes begs Burghley not to put in prison, 752.
——, Richard: carried to Spain by pirates, 396.
Sheriffs: defaults of, to be enquired into, 585.
Shetland: 29; 82; 322; 336; fishing boats taken by Spaniards about, 353, 381; (Shottland) 503; Spanish frigates pass towards, 519, 532, 740.
——, Lord of: See Orkney, Earl of.
Shields (Sheills): 396.
Ships: See Danish; Pirates; Spanish.
Sibbett, William: sent by Bothwell to Orkney against Spaniards, 370; 399.
Sidney, Mr. Philip (deceased): 626.
——, Sir Robert: 761.
Silver: in cipher list, 799.
Simpson, Adam: priest, carrier of suspicious letters, 787-9; 790; 791; mentioned in intercepted letter to Andrew Clark, 799; letters left by, in Yorkshire, 804.
Sinclair, Andrew: one of Earl Marishal's train, reports Anne of Denmark driven back by contrary winds, 167; left coast of Norway—arrived at Leith, ib.
——, John: (brother of Lord Sinclair and Earl of Caithness), in Bothwell's company, 581.
Sinclair, Lord: family connections of, 33; the King to go to his house at Knockhall, 117; notes on, 715; to be elected to Privy Council, 746; to be of the assize to examine Spynie, 771; See Caithness, Earl of.
——, Matthew: attacked by pirates, 353-4.
——, William: attacked by pirates, 353-4.
——, . . .: slain in Hamilton's company, 718.
Sitoline (Sistine), Paul: request from Lord Hamilton for passport for, 598.
Skaw, the: the Danish fleet near, 155.
Skene (Skeine, Sken, Skeyne), Sir John: 123; 124; 126; 127; sent to Denmark, 167, 168; chosen by the King to go to Brunswick; to be sent to Elizabeth, 305, 306; his instructions for assembly at Brunswick, 309; to be watchful of Colonel Stewart, 311; instructions for; ready to start for Berwick and London; to take Colonel Stewart's place if necessary, 314; doings of James VI sent to Elizabeth by him, 317; to go to Germany in Colonel Stewart's place, 321; difficulty of providing him with money, 334; ambassador to Denmark from Scotland; answer to, from the King of Denmark, 366; with the Queen Mother of Denmark in Brunswick, 370; reply of William of Hesse to negotiations of, 384-6; and of Christian of Saxony, 388-90; ambassador of James VI to the States General, 417, 425-6; demands of Colonel Stewart negotiated by, 449; answer to, from the States General, concerning Colonel Stewart, 450; negotiations of, with German princes, 479, 492, 546, 549.
Skinck, Katheren: the Queen's lady-inwaiting, 373.
——, Nelis: from Denmark, 289.
Skinner, John: advocate in the college of Justice: a Commissioner for Denmark, 103.
Skirling, Laird of: See Cockburn.
Skye: 612; 613.
Slains, Castle of: (belonging to Erroll) 49; 55; 56; 60; 61; 412; home of Erroll, 714; Huntly sends strangers to, 815.
Sleat: (Slait) 612.
Smallett: See Smollet.
—— (Smetoun), Laird of: signs band against Bothwell, 559.
Smith, Customer: Bowes' debts to, 734-5, 749, 766, 837, 857.
—— (Smyth), Gavin, Scotsman: gets passport to London, 866.
Smithfield: (London) 119, 229.
Smollet (Smallett), Sir John: O'Rourke said to be with, 488; servant of Bothwell, 615; taken by Lennox and Huntly; set free; warns Bothwell, 632-3; his life spared, 648; offers to apprehend Roman Catholic bishops for reward, 819-20; Bowes suspicious of, 820.
Snowden, John: robbed of letters on way to Berwick, 510-11, 613.
Somerset House: letters dated at, 194, 201, 206.
Somerville (Symmervyll), Lord: his family connections, 33; with the King against the rebels, 61; on jury at trial of Earls, 84; well affected to England, 151; notes on, 715.
——, Master of: 33.
Southlivius: a book against Presbyters, 499.
Southwell (Sowthwell), Sir Robert: ViceAdmiral, 527.
Spain: aid expected from, 14; Foster discovered ready to embark for, 18; liberality of, 19; Huntly may flee to, 62; success of Elizabeth's forces in, 81; 105; 108; return of Spaniards to, 119; Scotsmen detained in, ib.; the King's possible marriage with, 128; Spaniards returning to, 193, 196, 203; help sought from, by factions in Scotland, 210; Spaniards to go to, by the Orkneys, 212; ambassadors sent to, by the late King of Denmark, 213; information to be obtained about preparations there, 221; Morgan wants representative from Scotland to live there, 231; 236; 239; danger of bribes from, 243; John Medena expected to invade Scotland from, 246; troubles of Scots in, 256; James Graham and Captain Hackerston prevented from going there, 263; forces expected from, by the West seas, 266, 287; letters for, on board the suspected barque, 270; preparations in, against France, 291; commissioners for, chosen, 368, 380, 383; pirates load ship with fish for, 381; Spanish pirates seek to return to, 387, 394; attitude of William of Hesse towards league against, 384-6; and of Christian of Saxony, 388-90; merchants going to, uneasy at imprisonment of Spanish pirate, 390; ships bound for, 392; men and boy carried to, by pirates, 395, 396; Spanish pirates return to, 397, 399; credit in affairs of, to be given James Gordon, 400; plan of army of, landed in England; fleet of, to proceed to Denmark, 413; James VI informed of plots in, 419; Francis Dacre going to, 430; Dacre delays sailing to, 436; 448; 452; 457; 467; encouraged by leniency to papists, 470; negotiations for peace with, 479; 483; O'Rourke's attempt to escape to, 488, 514; 542; Scottish merchants accused in, 544; Bothwell's pretended voyage to, 559, 566, 580; Dacre sets out for; ships from Scottish ports for, 576; Bothwell's servants to take letters to; English Catholics and Bothwell ready to go to, 585-6; a Dane despoiled by pirates on way to, 587; Bothwell awaits answer from, 591; Bothwell expected to go to, 596-7; Catholic messengers from; Scottish mariners to sail for; army to be sent from, 601; letters from, 603; ships for, confiscated, 609; 626; Bothwell ready to retire to, 630, 632; Poury-Ogilvy's desire to go to; plans for Scottish trade with, 634, 636, 638; Poury-Ogilvy to be dissuaded from going to, 649, 655; George Carr instructed to proceed to, 656; PouryOgilvy receives dispatch for, ib.; PouryOgilvie prevented from going there, 657, 659; traffic with, ib.; Bothwell may escape to, 666; danger to Scotland from, 682-3; possibility of Scotland joining with, 688-693; plot for sending forces and money from, 696, 699; 700; outlaws likely to seek help from, 719; Sempill returning to, 721; Mowbray's return from; dealings of English Catholics with, 726-7; pirate ships from, 740; 742; petition to banish practisers for, 745; 747; Dacre well entertained in, 748; Crichton's news from; welcome for Bothwell in, ib.; Logie said to be anxious for credit in, 754; new army preparing in, 755; regulations for traffic in, 760; expectations of help from, 764; Robert Bruce and practisers in, 766; Halkerston examined about, 771; James VI enticed by, 792; contention in Edinburgh over trade with, 794, 800, 801; arrangements for trade with, 808; directions concerning intrigues of, to be sought from Burghley, 809; Scottish Catholics depend on forces from, 812-3; English and Scottish plotters for, 817-8; Mr. George Ker ready to go to, 828; letters taken from him, ib.; Jesuits and Isle of Man for, 829; 831; 832; merchants in, 838; Earl Bothwell disowns dealings with, 839; aid from, for the Spanish faction, 840, 862; activities reported to James, 847. See also below.
Spain, King of: will increase greatness of, 4; Huntly might dissemble to, 12; liberality of, compared with Elizabeth, 19; 51; 140; union of Scotland with Denmark might induce him to make a peace with Elizabeth, 143; a Jesuit sets out for, 200; mentioned in cipher letter as 'the Master,' 211; overtures by the Council of Denmark and James VI for defence of England against him, 212-5; ambassadors to, to be sent from the Council of Denmark and James VI, 213; assurances to, from Elizabeth, 2134; Scots pensioned by, 225; jealousy between him and the Duke of Parma, 229; Morgan wants help from, 231; should give the Duke of Saxony charge in Flanders, 235-7; his spies in Scotland, 243; offers to Bothwell, ib.; requires Scottish pilots, ib.; letters from, forwarded, 246; Bothwell's plans for resisting, 248-251; preparations against, in England and Scotland, 253-4; Bothwell's account of preparations against, 254-6; reported that he has ready ships for Ireland; has built galleys in Biscay, 257; Bothwell persuaded to break with, 263; Bothwell prepares vessels against, ib., 271; reported to be going to send forces to Ireland, Scotland, or France, 264; Bothwell's offers to, before tendering service to Elizabeth, 273; Elizabeth's expenses in defence against, 275; rumours about the marriage of his daughter, 281; letters between him and Duke of Parma intercepted; Bothwell's relations with, 283; proposed negotiations with, 290-2, 296, 297, 302; France asks help from German princes against, 291; King of Scotland and King of Denmark to deal with, ib.; Elizabeth's attitude to negotiations, 302-3; treaty for peace with, to be moved, 309-11; commission to princes of Germany to promote peace between Elizabeth and, 314; James' instructions for treaty of peace between England and France and, 337-340; proposed alliance against, 3402; observations on James VI's proposals for peace with, 341-3; commissioners to be sent to, 357, 364; not likely to allow Inquisition to seize Protestant commissioners, 357; and rumoured marriage of Parma and Arabella Stuart, 360; Jesuits sent to, by factions in Scotland, 363; Ralph Lacy, pensioner of, 410; his directions regarding England and Denmark, to Don Pedro de Valdes, 413; need of Protestant princes to withstand, 420; said to bribe Captain of Calais to get a garrison there, 424; Francis Dacre to ask his brother's pension from the Council of, 424; plot of, disclosed to James VI, 434; Huntly on side of, 437; dealings with, 438; 439; 478; defeat of Armada of, 480; English rebels make bonds with, 483; 485; Bothwell likely to appeal to, 536; negotiations for peace with, 546; ambassador sent to, from the King of Denmark; no answer from, 549; Bothwell's offers of service to, 585-6, 590-1; army of, to be sent to England, 591; messenger from army of, to come to Scotland, 610; practices in favour of, in Scotland, 617; money from, for Roman Catholic plots, 666, 682; possibility of war between, and Elizabeth, 689-93; news of his army, 699; Colonel and John Sempill instruments of, 721; suggested that Bothwell should discover practises of, 726; it is uncertain whether he will send help to Scottish Catholics, 727; his relations with Mary Queen of Scots, ib.; Sempill employed by, 730; no help to be given to those serving, 735; pirate ships of, 740; Cranston, pensioner of, confined, 747-8; plot to deliver James VI to, 748; reported to have given gold to Bothwell, 751, 754; not ready to send forces or money, 760; no money from, 764-5; Robert Bruce works for, 766; his answer to late motion for peace, 773; plot with, to send men and money to Scotland, 787-9; believed to be offering aid to Roman Catholics in England, 792-3; hostages for, 803; offers of help from, to James VI against Elizabeth, 804-7, 810; practisers for, 816; approaches of, to James VI; dealings of, through Parma and Guise, 817-9, 824; embassy from Denmark requesting him to withdraw from invading Britain, 843; efforts to trustrate alliance between Denmark and England, 846; to treat with Denmark for a marriage, ib.; expected to welcome a peace, 864, 865.
Spaniards: 2; Elizabeth should help to transport, 15; possibility of them coming to Scotland, 16; Forster discovered among, 18; the King willing to send them away—are still coming from Ireland and Norway, 21; 23; safe conduct for, 28, 114; aid may come from, 34; Elizabeth should prevent them coming to Scotland, 36; no word of them, 43; their arrival expected by Spanish faction, 45; the Master of Glamis a detester of, 46; 47; 51; 52; 68; 70; 73; 88; in brawl at Leith, 96, 98, 99, 108; 102; request from Parma for their transport, 105; many round the King, 107; order taken for their transport, 107; few transported yet, 108; 109; 110; 111; their safe conduct received by Asheby, 118-119; in Edinburgh, Leith, Burntisland, 119, 122, 125; in Kirkcaldy, 122; transporting of, committed to Neper and Thurbrand, ib.; going to Flanders, 122, 125, 126, 127; them embark, ib., 125; one is left behind as hostage, 123; fifty soldiers in Mull, 123, 126, 127; more in Edinburgh, 126, 127; besiege Heusden, 140; Bothwell offers to discover their designs, 191; news from factions in Scotland sent through Flanders, ib.; sixty in Scotland ready to embark for Spain, 193; a hundred ready to embark for Spain, 196; ship manned by, about Ayrshire coast, ib.; motion to stay their ship ignored in Scottish Council, 203; arrangements made for transportation of, 212; daily rumours of their landing, 215, 216; spies from, in Scotland, 242; prisoners to be detained till the King's return, 245; two, detained as pirates in Anstruther, 336; English and Scots taken by, at Orkney, 364; to be apprehended in Orkney, 370, 381, 390; a pirate, to be exchanged for Richard Blyth, 387; cruelty of Spaniards in Orkney, ib.; they seek better pilots, ib.; leave Scapa Flow; their return to Orkney rumoured, 394; depositions as to ships taken by, 395; murder and robbery by, 395, 396; their departure for Spain reported, 397; ships taken by, 430; 436; reported in Ireland, 470, 480; one brought to Berwick, 471, 476; one arrives in Scotland, 600; danger to English fishermen from, 660; to be restrained, 665; Huntly's men and, 669; suspicions concerning, 670, 671, 677, 684; attempts to bring, into Scotland, 686; not favoured by Hume, 688; possibility of invasion of England by, 689693; the King warned against; promises care, 693; plot of the, 696; sedition among, 705; sought by Hollanders in Orkney, 730; no help to be given to, 735, 740; letters to, taken from George Ker, 828. See also above.
Spanish agitators: no lack of, 216.
—— barque: arrived at Galloway, 241, 242; Bothwell makes use of the occasion of, 249; Bothwell may allow captain to escape, 251; news of, 253; not likely to be detained, 257; in the Firth of Forth; to be apprehended if possible, 259-60; Bothwell seeking to take possssion of, 263; at Leith, in possession of Bothwell, 266; captain in safe custody; the pilot of, arraigned at Denmark, 281; captain has counterfeited commissions and letters to Bothwell and others, 285; brings captured English ships to Anstruther, 335-6, 345-6; on way to Orkney, 353; pursued to Orkney, 358; at Orkney, 364; 369; 383; 395; brought to Sandwick, 434, 436; the captain is promised stores by the Laird of Barnes, 439; rendezvous with him at Isle of May, 450; his examination, 837, 838, 840, 847, 856.
—— captains, two: 122, 123.
—— conspirators: Burghley's advice against, 445.
—— faction: their store of pistoles, 16; expect arrival of Spaniards, 45; many noblemen favour it, 46; the King should be helped to root it out, 47; 54; the King will not listen to them, 61; 85; 88; disturbance by, feared during the King's absence, 182; intelligence between, in Scotland and in Ireland, 253; suspicious letters addressed to members of, 257; troubled by the success of the King of France, 258; suspicious of Bothwell, 265; letters from, carried by James Knowes, 270; to send Andrew Clark to Parma, 331; in Germany, 342; plotting in Edinburgh, 412; remnant of, in Denmark, 550; Aston to watch, 617; 637; 699; privy to action at Falkland, 712; Atholl promises to keep from, 730; against the King, 732, 748; likely to help Huntly, 817; surprise feared from, 839; expect help from the Netherlands and from Spain, 840; Bothwell's support of, 841, 842, 862; their expected attack on Gray's house, 842; their policy to create disturbance on the Borders, 845, 847, 849, 859, 860, 861.
Spanish money: 84, 85; to be sent to Scotland, 618; broils likely to be maintained with, 638, 842.
—— navy, the: ships to act as guide to, 212, 216; the wonders of, 242; arrival of, at Cornwall, reported, 518-9; 761; to attempt landing at Plymouth at end of May 1590, 841.
—— papists: offer help to James VI against England; discovered at Edinburgh (Sept. 1590), 477.
—— pirates: one taken at Anstruther, 383; ship sent against, at Kirkwall, 386; one to be delivered to "Mr. Marshall," 390; reported to have left Kirkwall, 392; preparing to rob English fishermen, 477, 665; their return to Orkney rumoured; their slaughter of Englishmen; Scottish pirates consorting with; rumours denied; return to Spain, 398-9; 666-7.
—— traders: fan sedition in Edinburgh, 815.
Spence, David: 500.
—— (Spens), Richard: Dundas suspected of slaying, 703.
Spey, the: 277; 434; 462.
Spittal (Spittle): Fowler's house at, 76; 117; 118.
Spott, Laird of: See Douglas, James.
—— lands in: 832.
Sprouston: 456; tithes of, wanted for Bothwell's son, 769, 772, 776, 782.
Spynie (Spina), Castle of: the King going to, 117; held by Huntly in despite of Moray, 277; Huntly ill at, 279; given by the King to Alexander Lindsay; annoyance of Huntly, 298; 411; 469; 716.
——, Lord (Alexander Lindsay): member of Privy Council (1587), 372, 373, 685; ennobled, 411, 416; great friendship between, and Master of Glamis, ib.; Bowes seeks to devote, to Elizabeth's service, and to reconcile to Maitland, 419; (vice-chamberlain) Huntly's promises to, 438; the King and Queen visit, 442; Glamis suggests treasurership for, 451, 459; the King rides with, 453; benefits from the King's pension from Elizabeth, 473; his wife, 491; Huntly expects help from, 507; gives notice of the King's conditions to Bothwell, 535; King's grant to, revoked, 536; to bring Glamis to the King, 551, 556; office of Lord Treasurer may be given to, 560; anxious to have Glamis detained, 570; Morton trusts his influence at Court, 586; dealings of, with Glamis, ib.; Glamis makes use of, to return to Court, 598, 602, 608; labours for agreement between Glamis and Crawford, 627; remains friendly with Huntly, 653, 658; an enemy of the Chamber; tries to hinder holding of Convention, 668; notes on, 716; informs the King of prevailing discontent, 737; favours Fintry in Council, 750; quarrels with Sir George Hume, 751; unfriendly towards Glamis, 752; Sandilands offers combat against, 753; provisions to be made if found guilty, 756; accused of receiving Bothwell, and imprisoned, 757-9; sent to Stirling Castle; awaits proof of Stewart's accusation, 763; day of accusation likely to be postponed, 764; Master of Glamis and; Crawford stands by, 768; search for evidence against, 771; his trial postponed, 775-6; 779; his trial fixed, 780; deprived of place in King's Chamber, 794, 801; in the King's favour; Lennox an enemy, 820-1; attempts to reconcile, with Lennox, 824; See also Lindsay, Mr. Alexander.
Stabler, Grand Master: See Hume, Lord.
——, Master, extraordinary: See Shaw, John.
——, Master, to the King: See Carmichael, Sir John.
——, Master, to the Queen: See Livingstone, John.
Staden: 341, 342.
Stafford, Mr.: 153.
Staffordshire: passport to pass to, 197.
Stanley, . . . .: cousin to William Hunter, commended to Burghley, 538.
Starke, Matthew: taken at sea; executed, 721-2.
States General: 68; commissioners of, 71, 99, 105; Colonel Stewart's suit with, 412, 414; to James VI (12 Nov. 1590), 417-9; from Sir John Skene (Nov. 1590), 425; answer Colonel Stewart's demands, 449; answer to John Skene, concerning Colonel Stewart, 450; 690.
Stenhouse, Lady (Elizabeth Hamilton): from her brother, Robert Hamilton (26 Aug. 1590), 387.
Stepney (Stepna): 529.
Sternhemberg, Baron of: Stewart's letter to Anhalt, to be conveyed by, 408, 413.
Stevenson, Mr. Andrew: mentioned in intercepted letter of M. Stevenson, 797.
——, M . . .: to John Black (23 July, 1592), intercepted letter, 796.
——, W. . . .: to Robert Sanderson (16 July, 1592), intercepted letter, 796.
Steward, Lord High, of Scotland: See Argyle, Earl of.
Stewart, Sir Alexander, of Garlies: commended to Parma, 354; Bowes desires instructions concerning, 365-6; renews offer of service, 381; not eager about mission to Parma, 391; ready to go to Parma with letters of credit from Catholic nobles, 400; to go through England to Parma, 401, 444; departs with letter to Burghley from Bowes, 424; Douglas sends letter of counsel to Burghley concerning, 440; his intention to serve the Duke of Parma; offers service to Elizabeth; young laird of Poury Ogilvie (his nephew) writes on his behalf, 449; commended to Parma by Lennox (23 July, 1590), 479; commended by the King to the Duke of Parma, 521, 544-5; in Holland; suspected, ib.; rumours about; news of, from Duke of Parma, 549, 564; proved to have been in Aberdeen, 577; his return to Parma rumoured, ib.; pretends to serve the Estates, 614; returns from Low Countries and France; protests his service to Elizabeth, 749; Maitland expected at his house, 783.
——, Alexander (Bishop): Sir Alexander Stewart a descendant of, 381.
——, Allen: delivers Bothwell's horse, 582.
——, Lady Arabella: James desires to arrange marriage of, 17; her title, 50; proposal to give back to her the jewels in the hands of the late Thomas Fowler, 297, 312; her jewels not yet rendered to her, 313, 321; receipt of discharge for her jewels, 329; Elizabeth plans marriage between, and Parma, 360; at Aberdeen; ready to sail to Holland to meet Sir Alexander, 577; from James VI (23 Dec. 1591), 605; intrigues to marry, to Lennox, 687, 778.
Stewart, Charles James: See James VI.
——, Francis: See Bothwell, Earl of.
——, George: See Moray, Earl of.
——, Hercules: a rebel, 44; said to be in Northumberland with his brother, 650; illegitimate brother of Bothwell, attainted, 687; has not yet submitted, 818; pardoned by the King, 821.
——, James: See Arran, Earl of.
——, John: See Atholl, Earl of.
——, John: See Doune, Lord of.
——, John: warded for papistry, 347.
——, Ludovic: See Lennox, Duke of.
——, Mary: See Mary Queen of Scots.
——, Mistress Mary: sister of Lennox; Mar's proposed marriage with, 773, 778; probable date of her marriage, 780; her religion suspected, ib.
——, Nicholas: servant of Bothwell, 634.
——, Mr Patrick: (steward) pensioned by the King of Spain, 225.
——, Lord Robert: See Orkney, Earl of.
——, Robert: brother of Innermeath, servant of Moray, attempts to kill Huntly, 657.
——, Robert. attainted, 687.
——, Walter, Prior of Blantyre: Keeper of the Privy Seal: at Council committing Huntly, 2; searches Huntly's house, ib.; faction seek his fall, 128; to be of the Council during the King's absence, 179, 376; in Council, 184, 187; Fowler writes to Walsingham about Asheby at the request of, 215; to discover cause of the arrival of the Spaniards, 242; on watch for the Bishop of Derry, 264; seeks Maitland's favour for Morton, 351; the King asks his advice, 352; in the plot against Maitland, 355; employed by the Master of Glamis to influence the King, 363; Bowes to confer with, ib.; Keeper of the Privy Seal (1587), 372, 373, 374, 683; conference with, about confederates of the Brig of Dee, 400; works for reconciliation between Maitland and Glamis, 441; 451; to apprehend O'Rourke, 492; intercedes for him, 495, 505; devoted to Elizabeth, 496, 505; Bowes anxious that he should be thanked by Elizabeth, 501; anxious for trade between Ireland and Glasgow, 505; sent for to Court by Maitland; may reconcile Maitland and Glamis, 590, 593; delivery of O'Rourke by, 613; illness of; speaks with the King, 659; reconciled with Maitland; to remain at Court, 660; moves the King to hold Convention for reform, 663; the Queen consults, 687; 694; prevents skirmish between Lennox's party and Maitland's, 753-4; delivers message of the King, 821; intercedes for Lennox, 821; to examine Ladylands, 823; Lennox to follow advice of, 824; 825; to convey Angus to the Castle, 830; examines crew of Spanish barque, 837, 838; his surety for them discharged, 840.
Stewart, Colonel William: (Commendator of Pittenweem) offers service to Elizabeth, 10; presents lines to James VI, ib.; Medena goes in his boat to Spain, 18; suspected by Fowler, 28; 40; reprisals against the Dutch demanded by, 50; his credit with the King, 82, 97; thought to have stirred up demonstration in favour of the King's marriage, 88; 95; Commissioners from the States hear his demands, 105; receives new directions from Denmark, 121, 122, 123; he is thought to have abused the King, 137; 143; brings news of the Danish marriage to the King, 149, 150; sent to get news of Anne of Denmark, 163-5, 167, 168; his return awaited, 165, 166; answer to his propositions (Dec. 1589), 212-5; his name to be kept secret in negotiations, 215; his message to the Council from the King, 220, 221; to work for an alliance between England, Scotland and Denmark, 238, 244, 245; to go with ships for the King; bearer of letter from Walsingham to Danish Chancellor, 251; to report Elizabeth's views, 256; sails to Denmark, 263, 264; delivers letters to the King in Denmark, 265; reports in letters to Bowes, 268, 274; his report to the King on affairs in Scotland, ib.; the King to forward his plans, 275; precedes the King to Leith, 287; his proposal about the League approved by Elizabeth, 290; Protestant league proposed by, 291; his going to Denmark to be referred to Elizabeth, 297; anxious to be chosen as ambassador to Denmark, 302; Elizabeth against his employment, 305; to be sent to Elizabeth, ib.; his instructions for assembly at Brunswick, 309; suspected; reasons for choice of, 310-11, 313; to start for Berwick and London; will not proceed if Elizabeth disapproves, 314; Elizabeth not likely to approve of him, 315; doings of James VI in despatch sent to Elizabeth by, 317; Sir John Carmichael to explain reason for entry in his instructions, 319; Elizabeth objects to him, 321; the King defends him, ib.; audience granted by Elizabeth to, 334; complains of slander against him, 345; answer to, from King of Denmark, 366-7; with the Queenmother of Denmark in Brunswick, 370; reply of William of Hesse to negotiations of, 384-6; and of Christian of Saxony, 388-90; letters forwarded to Douglas by, 393; Bowes forwards his letters to Maitland, 397; his letters disappointing, 401; letters from, to his wife and to Bowes, 407; delivers letters of German princes to the King, 408; against marriage of Lennox and Gowrie's daughter, 410; his enclosure to Burghley regarding negotiations in Denmark and Germany, 411; reports instructions of the King of Spain to Don Pedro de Valdes against England and Denmark, 413; writes to the Duke of Anholt, ib.; Archibald Douglas recommends his case to Burghley, 414; charge against, by States General, 418; Skene writes to the States General concerning, 426; answer from States General about his affairs, 449; thanks Burghley for his help, 450; to be sent to assembly of Protestant princes (1590), 479; negotiations of, at Brunswick (6 Aug. 1590), ib.; disappointment over progress of his negotiations in Germany, 492; Alley confers with; seeks to serve in Low Countries or have mission abroad, 495; negotiations of, with German princes, 546, 549; desires Sir William Stewart to be deputy Captain of Edinburgh Castle, 551; brings letter from Bothwell to the King, 566; his journey to Holland stopped, 579; friendly to Alley, 613; credit of, called in question, 618; under suspicion; hastens his journey to the Low Countries, 622; still at court, 627; committed to Edinburgh Castle, 628, 631; conspiracies against, 641; set at liberty, 656; and conspiracy against the King, 700-1; (Lord Crowner) imprisoned at Burleigh, 709; his intelligence with Bothwell disclosed, 712; to be arraigned, 713; committed to Edinburgh Castle, 716, 718; denies complicity with Bothwell, 719; the Queen's interest in, 720; to be committed to Blackness, 720; to be moved from Blackness Castle to Tantallon Castle, 729; reveals plot against the King, 750; denies Sandilands' allegations; offers combat, 753; and Maitland, 756; his accusation of Spynie; to remain in Blackness Castle, 758-9; his proof of accusation of Spynie awaited, 763, 764; Airdrie's statement concerning, 771, 779; gives evidence against Spynie; meets Bothwell, 774-5; Bothwell breaks with, 779; going to the Low Countries, 780; relations with Erroll and Bothwell; the King dissatisfied with; to leave the country, 781; has leave to remain in Scotland, 789; 801; intrigue of, in favour of Captain Stewart, against Maitland, 819-20; delivers the overture for the Tripartite League, 839; reveals negotiations for Danish support against Spain, 843, 864; to be advertised of England's purpose therein, 844, 847; his instructions regarding the proposed league, 850, 851, 859, 860, 861; his voyage, 852; letters to him from Bowes, 859, 860; bears letter to the Laird of Carmichael, 861; 864.
Stewart, Sir William, of Traquair: the slaying of, 89; feud between house of Ochiltree and Bothwell, on account of his murder, 415; 458; advises regarding redress on Borders, 471, 483, 485; Elizabeth approves of his plan, 485; desires to be deputy captain of Edinburgh Castle, 551; slain by Bothwell, 551; (uncle of Master of Ochiltree) those present at his slaughter, to be apprehended, 559; agreement for slaying of, 645.
——, William: sometime constable of Dumbarton; attainted, 687.
——, William, of the King's Chamber, minister of Dunkeld: 670.
Stewart, William: a son of the Earl of Orkney, with Spanish pirates, 394.
Stewarts, the: in favour at Edinburgh, 202; Bothwell to make a band with, against Huntly, 259; Moray tries to make Maitland subscribe band with, 392; disturbance between, and the Hamiltons, 404; the King's partiality for Huntly, against, 437; hope Maxwell and Hume will join them, ib.; attempt to come to Edinburgh prevented by the King, 456; Maitland seeks friendship with, 460; against Huntly, 462; Lennox does not want to offend, 546-7; not likely to help Bothwell, 611; jealousies between, and Maitland, 622; two with Bothwell, 630; eager to avenge Moray, 636-8; 644; Maitland becomes friendly with, 653; proposal to join with the Douglases in marriage, 654; efforts to bring together, with Morton, Maitland, and others, 657; the King expects them to pursue Bothwell, 660; the King promises justice to, 664, 719.
Stirling (Sterlynge, Sterling, Striveling, Stryveling): King's message sent to, 25; Bothwell flees to, 28; 36; 38; 55; forces to be in readiness at, 58, 62; the King at, 113; 125; 139; convention to be held at, 143, 145, 148; should be guarded, 207; associates of, now lawabiding, 300, 321, 379; the King to go to, 377, 481; fear that Lennox may join party of, 410; Moray at, 428; 434; 538; 564; 565; 566; 567; 579; 614; 642; Mar returns to, 652; 656; inquiry at, into murder of Calder, 684; the King advised to stay some time at, 697, 700; tryst at, between Argyle and friends, 703, 705; Mar rides from, 704; Bothwell retires to, after assaulting Falkland, 708; 718; Angus wants to be warded at, 729; Sunday travellers from, to Edinburgh market, 794; letters dated at, 40, 149; raid of, 300, 355, 358, 428, 481, 590.
—— Bridge: Bothwell passes over, 735-6; Bothwell's crossing of, denied, 737; probably a ruse, 740.
—— Castle: 669; 670; 759; Spynie removed to, 673, 674.
——, shire of: 30; 31; 32; 33; 137; barons and landed men of, to attend the Duke of Lennox at Edinburgh, 179; proclamation to inhabitants in, 738-9.
Stoad, fishing of: 690.
Stockingham (Devonshire): 20.
Stone, Mr., mercer: money paid to, for silks, 162.
Stor, Robert: in cipher list, 799.
Story. . . . .: (Storye): Master of Gray said to be with, 756.
Strachan (Strauchane), David: attacked by pirates, 353-4.
—— (Strawhan), Margaret: Bothwell at house of, 536.
Strand, the (London): Burghley's house in, 799.
Strangeways (Stranguishe), Sir James: Dacre's lands come from, 172.
——, the: 156.
Strasburg: in cipher list, 799.
——, Bishop of: 795.
Strathbogie: 10; 20; 30; 33; 45; 46; 49; 51; 53; 54; 56; 60; 61; 497; 572; 713; 817.
Strathearn: 30; 31; 32; 33; 102; barons and landed men of, to attend the Duke of Lennox at Edinburgh, 179.
Strathmartin (Strickmertyn): treasonable bond signed at, by Huntly, 439.
—— laird of: 355.
Stringer, . . . .: writings taken from, 628.
Stuart: See Stewart.
Styll, Doctor: Master of Trinity, Cambridge, 119.
Sunderland: 395, 537, 601, 647, 678.
Sutherland, Countess of: 33; assurance for (to King of Spain), 804.
——, Earl of (Alexander Gordon); family connections of, 30; 33; does not join Huntly, 46; Huntly procures agreement between him and the Earl of Caithness, 202, 849; summoned for encouraging Jesuits, 301-2; commanded to bring James Gordon to Edinburgh, 306; not put to the horn, 335; ready to assist Huntly, 462; Bothwell to compound feuds between, and other nobles, 482; a papist; discontented, 611; (Sudderland) not well-affected towards England, 620; favours Huntly, 644; notes on, 714.
——, shire of: 30; 32; Jesuits leave, 203.
Southeroun, Robert: 397.
——, Roger: 397.
——, William: letter from James VI to Elizabeth, on behalf of, 397-8.
Surleboy: in Ireland, 691.
Sweden: reported invasion of, by the Muscovite, 281.
—— (Swayden) King of: 132.
Sweisland: in cipher list, 799.
Swinton, Agnes: proposed marriage of, 577-8.
——, Laird of: signs band against Bothwell, 559.
Swiss, the: 337.
Syde, Captain John: from Denmark, 289.
Symons alias Hay, Alexander: 222.
Symonsoun, Hans: from Denmark, 289.
S——, G——: to Archibald Douglas (13 Sept. 1589), 155.