Index: D

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: D

Dacre, Edward (brother of Francis): 172; 424; 477; 536.

——, Francis ("Lord Dacre"): to Elizabeth (17 September, 1589), 156; (Dacres) presented to James VI., 158, 159; 167; 168; James writes to Elizabeth on behalf of, 171; controversy regarding lands of, 173; 181; seeks his brother's money and pensions from Parma and Spain, 424; going to Spain, 430, 436; 441; to Burghley (25 December, 1590), 442; 448; 457; 460; affairs of, 467-8; 477; submission of, to Elizabeth, 489-90; 530; 536; embarks for abroad, 576, 614; movements of, 748, 760.

Dacre, Leonard (brother of Francis): 172; 490.

Dalgleish, Mr. Nicol (minister in Edinburgh): (Dowgliche), 498, 499.

Dalkeith: 26; 27; 28; 29; 30; 34; 44; 47; 49; 150; 274; 467; 481; 482; 485; 494; 502; 540; 541; 555; 582; 608; 650; 664; 669; 670; 674; 736; 751; 752; 753; 754; 755; 756; 757; 758; 762; 770; 771; 773; 774; 778; 780; 783; (palace), 714.

Dalrymple, John: a Scottish merchant, despoiled, 237, 238.

Dalziel, Laird of (Dalzell, Dayell): 87; 151.

Danes: proclamation concerning (2 May, 1590), 288; expenses on account of, 311. See also Anne of Denmark.

Daniell, William: an English pirate, 417; 422; 424; 430; 442; 454.

Darham, Mr James: 615.

Darnaway (Darnway, Tarnaway) Castle: 117; 428; 433; 436; 462; 469; 497; 713; 822.

Darnley, Lord: 29; 287.

——, House of: 821.

Dathick, Henry (Dathicke): 461; 477.

Daumal, Monsieur: 791.

D'Aumont, Maréchal: See Aumont, Duc d'.

Davidson, John (minister): pamphlet of, against Bancroft, 401, 409, 428.

——, Thomas: taken with Colville's letter, 629; 631.

——, Mr. William (?): 47; 48.

Davidsons, the: (Davisons) will go with the young Laird of Cesford, 195.

Davie, "Dickes": with "Watte" and "Wille" his sons, at Falkland raid, 743; said to have harboured Bothwell and others, 791; demanded by James VI., 792; accomplice of Bothwell, demanded by the King, 807-8; Bowes and demand for, 809; escape of, 810.

Dawes, . . . (Dawyes): 59.

Dawick: Laird of, a Veitch (Veichee), 370.

Dee, Brig of, confederates of the: 276-7; 300; 307; 322; 332; 335; 344; 347; 349; 353; 355; 362-3; 370; 379; 400; 411; 415; 416; 420; 429; 443; 477; 480; 492; 506; 532; 535; 536; 545; 586; 685; 696; 699. See also Brig of Dee.

Deer (Deir), Commendator (Abbot) of: See Altrie, Robert, Lord.

Delft: 71.

De Fresne: French ambassador in Germany, 342.

De Merida, Jaen: See Merida.

Denmark: league of Scotland with, 125, 126, 127; proposals for a league of 212-5, 238, 244, 251, 256, 276, 291, 292, 296, 297, 304, 305, 310, 337-40, 341-3, 408, 411, 412, 413, 418, 546, 549, 550, 773, 843, 844, 850, 851; 859, 860, 861; the Reformation in, 281; 300; witches taken in, 365; efforts by Spain to prevent league with England, 846; the King of Spain's desire for a marriage alliance, 846; commissioners land at Leith, for the Queen's coronation, 863, 866; the league consummated, 863, 864, 865.

——, Admiral of, 150; 165; 275-6; See also Monck, Peter.

——, Chancellor of: See Neyle Kaus.

——, King of: 126; 127; 212; 288; 405; 503; 587; 742; See also Christian IV.; Anne of Denmark.

——, Queen Mother of: 82; 103; 115; 126; 127; 297; 302; 313; 370; 371; 406; 408; 509; 722; 742; 863.

Derby, Earl of: provides deer, 157, 169, 678.

Derickson, Derick: to Archibald Douglas (23 December, 1591), 604.

Derry, Bishop of: in Scotland, 253; Bothwell to take, 264; Bowes unable to take, 265; with Gordon the Jesuit, 265; and a rising in Ireland, 266, 270; Bothwell to take, 269; 270; "violent mean" against, suggested, 271, 273; 279; 280; 284; 292; 294; 370; 478.

Desmond, Morris: 2; 15; 21.

——, . . .: 691.

De Terrida, Don Alvarez: captain of a Spanish carvel, 242, 243.

Deuchars, . . .: 797.

Devonshire: 20; 691.

Dickson (Dixon), Alexander: messenger of the Earl of Westmoreland, 493.

——, (Dixon), James (of Kirkwaie): 395.

——, (Dixon), John (of Belchester): a fugitive to be apprehended, 381; 391; 397; 449; 460; 471; 487; 493.

——, Patrick: signs band against Bothwell, 558.

——, (Dixon), William: Master of The Prudence of Hull, 395.

Dickson, Mr. . . .: 271.

——, . . .: returns from Flanders, 415; to be sent there in interests of Papists, 626; servant of Erroll, charged as Papist, 686-7.

Dieppe (Depe): 117; 133; 136; 147; 155; 169; 521; 604; 721; 799.

Dillon, Tybbot (of Dublin): 587-8.

Dilmarsian, Vicus Jhones: a Dane, 587.

Dingwall, Lord (Andrew Keith): against the Douglases, 54; with the King, 61; on jury at the trial of the Earls, 84; to accompany the Earl Marshall to Denmark, 95; 97; his instructions, 103; returns from Denmark, 123, 124, 125, 127, 130; to return to Denmark, 124, 126, 127, 130, 132; his reception there, 131-2; despatched to Denmark, 137, 139; home, 155; 163; 170; 171; suit made to relieve his charges, 221; 228; 280; 399; 401; 535; 773.

Dixmude (Dixmoothe): 607.

Dixon: See Dickson.

Doddington, Mr.: auditor, 513.

Dods, . . . (of England): Farnyhurst complains of him burning his stacks, 243.

Dogat, Mr.: 220.

Donald, the Clan: 612.

Doncaster: 176; 177.

Donibristle: (Dunibrussills), 615; (Dennybressel), 633; 635; 640; 662; 822.

Donington, Manor of: 78.

Donkin, . . .: bailiff at Restalig, 733.

Douay: 798; 799.

Dougal, John: 433.

Douglas, (Lanarkshire): 27; 37; 38; 551; 703; 713.

——, (Dowglas) Andrew, of the Brea: 153.

——, Mr Archibald: Cockburn suspicious of, 22; to Walsingham (20 April, 1589), 43; would welcome rebellion; against Maitland, 48; agreement with Master of Gray, ib., 52; to Walsingham (3 May), 59; same (4 May), ib.; his relations with Maitland and Gray, 63-4; his gift from Elizabeth, 65, 73; disliked, 64, 66; to Walsingham (15 May), 74; Gray's unfriendly report on, 75-6; his report on news from France, 80; to Walsingham (2 June), 90; Gray blames, 94; 95; writes spitefully against Gray, 98; 99; Walsingham favours, 100; to Walsingham (13 June), 101; his quarrel with Gray, 102; writes to the King, 105; 107; to Burghley (24 June), 111; Asheby against Elizabeth's favour towards, 112; to Burghley (28 June), ib.; same (1 July), 114; ill-will to Hudson, 119; Gray and letters of, 121; to Walsingham (26 July), 124; to Burghley (26 July), ib.; hated by the Secretary, 128; Aston does not want to write to, 129; work of his enemies and friends, 136; 138; to Burghley (19 August), 141; to Walsingham (19 August), 142; same (21 August), 145; to Burghley (28 August), 149; same (3 September), 152; to Walsingham (7 September), 153; from G—— S—— (13 September), 155; to Asheby (6 November), 188; letters to Bothwell concerning Elizabeth's friendliness, 191; to Burghley (10 November), 192; to Walsingham (27 January, 1589-90), 238; Elizabeth's letter to Bothwell sent by, 240; corrects his nephew's instructions, 242; suspected of knavery, 243; from Richard Douglas (8 March), 247; Elizabeth's advice to Bothwell imparted to, 258, 263, 269; letters from, expected by Bothwell, 259; Bothwell offended at news from, 265; to Burghley (5 April, 1590), 267; same (21 April), 278; Richard Douglas's letter to, concerning Bothwell, 282; to Burghley (1 May), 287; same (4 May), 290; same (9 June), 315; Colville's instructions regarding, 320; to Burghley (14 June), 324; debt of, to T. Fowler, 329; to Burghley (20 June), 330; possible reconciliation between, and Maitland, 336; to Burghley (12 July), 355; same (27 July), 366; same (9 September), 393; same (31 October), 414; King denies authority of, 422; King's poor opinion of, 436; to Burghley (19 December), 440; same (28 December), 443; 477; same (12 April, 1591), 500; same (7 May), 510; same (27 May), 521; same (12 June), 528; same (20 June), 533; from James Colville (20 June), 534; summoned for dealing with counterfeiters, 593; no chance of agreement with Maitland; the King dislikes, ib.; suspected of helping Spott's murderers, 597; from Oliver and Derickson (23 December), 604; to Tenche (30 December), 606; to Burghley (30 December), 607; trusted by none, 610; assures Bothwell's party of Elizabeth's favour, 652; talks with Lord Hume and Francis Mowbray, 688; gives testimonial to Sempill, 721; Mowbray receives money from Elizabeth at hands of, 727; letter from, delivered to Mowbray, 752; from Mowbray (15 August, 1592), 757; 760; to Burghley (17 October), 790; to Burghley (24 October), 799; Francis Mowbray writes to, 808; to Burghley (13 November), 812; ("Diogenes"), 818; letters from his nephew, 856.

Douglas, Archibald, of Whittinghame: sent to Dukes of Brunswick and Mecklenburg, 257; likely to be Justice Clerk, 567.

——, Archibald, younger of Whittingham, 345; refrains from acting against Morton, 469.

——, Archibald: son of the Earl of Morton, in attack on the King, 609; 615.

——, Archibald: a follower of Bothwell, 814.

——, George, of Lochleven: 491; 776.

——, George, late bishop of Moray: 277.

——, Sir James: See Drumlanrig, Laird of.

——, James, of Parkhead: 716.

——, James (Laird of Spott): wellaffected to England, 152; signs band against Bothwell, 558; slain, 572, 575, 584, 593, 595, 597, 600; with Bothwell in attack on the King, 609, 614, 618; said to be in favour in London, 650; summoned before Parliament, 656; attainted, 687; assaults Falkland Palace, 708; delivers Colville's ciphers to the King, 729; Angus has met, 781; Bothwell would be well rid of, 793; has not yet submitted, 818.

——, John: 829.

——, John (Dowgles, Jocke): 153.

——, Lady Margaret: 321. See also Bothwell, Lady.

——, Mr. Richard: 38; 117; 129; 144; sent to Elizabeth from Bothwell, 238; Wigmore's comments on, 242; in London, 243; letter from, reporting Elizabeth's acceptance of Bothwell's overtures (February, 1589-90), 244; to Archibald Douglas (8 March), 247; Bothwell has written to; letter sent to Walsingham, 251; Colonel Stewart commits his business to, 256; to go to Burghley and Walsingham, ib., 257; to go from Bothwell to Elizabeth and Parma, 258, 259; to furnish news of Bothwell, 263; to present petition from Bothwell to Elizabeth, 263; Bothwell expects good news from, 265; his relations with Bothwell, 267; Bothwell refrains from sending to Spain, ib.; to write to Bothwell about Parma, 269; Bothwell's letters for Parma to go by him to London, 270; Bothwell receives letter from, 272; Elizabeth does not want, to return, 273; to Archibald Douglas (April, 1590), forwarded to Burghley, 278; Bothwell wants, to take letters to Elizabeth, 280; his reference to Bothwell in Archibald Douglas's letter, 282; Bowes stays his journey, ib.; his letter to Archibald Douglas, regarding Bothwell, 283; letters for, 393; sent to Bowes by Carr, 448; 478; sent to Bowes by Bothwell, 504; letter from, to Sir John Selby, stolen, 510; suspected of meeting Bothwell; guard commanded to apprehend, 566; 619; reported in favour in London, 650; not in Holyroodhouse raid, 687; does not forward Bothwell's and Colville's letters, 726; 846; instructions to, 851; his conferences with Bothwell and the English ambassador, 854, 855, 856; bearer of letters, 858, 862.

Douglas, Mr. Robert (Provost of Linclouden, collector general and treasurer of the new augmentations): to escort Anne of Denmark, 170, 171; precedes the King to Leith, 287; Border causes referred to him, 312; seeks Maitland's favour for Morton, 351; the King asks his advice, 352; one of the Council, 372, 373, 374, 376; precept to, concerning counterfeiters, 376; conference with, about confederates of the Brig of Dee, 400; reconciles Maitland and the King's Chamber, 416; accused of partiality by Jedburgh, ib., 479; sent for to court by Maitland; may reconcile Maitland and Glamis, 590; not wellaffected to England, 620; reconciled with Maitland—to remain at court, 660; moves the King to hold Convention, 663; to reconcile Glamis and Maitland, 764; to go to the King at Drumlanrig, 777; Mar writes to, about Maitland, 793; Hume purposes death of, 811.

Douglas, Robert (Dowglas), eldest son of the Earl of Morton, a slave in Algiers, 224.

——, William, of Glenbervie: 491. See Angus, Earl of.

——, William, of Lochleven: See Morton, Earl of.

——, and Abernethy, Lord: member of Privy Council (1587), 372. See also Angus, Earl of.

Douglases, the: 29; 54; 622; 654; 719.

Doune: 40; castle of, 520.

——, Lady (mother of the Earl of Moray): 641; 679.

——, Lord, Commendator of St. Colme's: 30; 32; 277; 372; 373.

Dove, The: from Denmark, 289.

Dover: 343; 444; 518; 533.

Dowmont, Marshal: to join the Duke of Longueville, 155.

Drake, Sir Francis: 20; 109; 118.

Dratch, Mr.: 7.

Draycote, Mr.: 158.

Dresden: 390.

Drier, Hans: the Queen's cook, 373.

Drum: 117.

Drumburgh: 663.

Drumlanrig: 775; 777; 780.

——, Laird of (Sir James Douglas): 30; 33; 151; 152; 270; knighted, 299, 479; 380; 777; 838.

Drummelzier, Laird of (Tweedie): 370.

Drummond, George, of Blair: 60; 276-7.

——, John, servant of the Earl of Huntly: 325; 330; 452; 457.

——, Lady: 33.

——, Lord: 30; 31; family connections of, 32; 33; well-affected to England, 152; ready to assist Huntly, 462; his brother to be sent to Parma, 577; his daughter to marry Mr. Alexander Seton, 633; notes on, 715.

Drummonds, the: 55; 61.

Dryburgh, Commendator of: 289.

Dublin: 507; 587; 691.

Dudhope: See Scrymgeour, James.

Dudley, . . .: a rebel, 678; 829.

Duff Alexander: intercedes for Huntly, 330; 782.

——, John: 331.

Dumbarton: 196; 207; 250; 253; 371; 488; 565; 630; 632; 640; 641; 690; 819; 830.

——, Castle: 102; 113; 210; 646; 648; constable of, 687; 729; 774-5; 781; 809.

Dumfries: 180; 289; 411; 434; witch burnt at, 467; 576; 711; 712; 717; 720; 724.

Dunbar, Patrick, Sheriff of Moray: murder of, 822.

Dunblane (Dumblan): 40.

——, Bishop of: restored, 128; from T. Morgan (January, 1589-90), 229; search for, 818, 819, 820; barque awaits, 828; with Carr and Gordon, 830.

Duncan, Jely (Dunkyn): a witch, 502.

——, John: a bearer of letters in cipher, 229.

Duncanson, John (a minister): 134; 658.

Dundas, David: fray between, and young Calder, 698; suspected of slaying Richard Spens, 703.

Dundee: 25; 38; 42; 60; 62; 66; 90; 101; 117; 125; 130, 147; 207; 289; 415; put to the horn, 494; 520; 531; 560; 576; 620; 666; 668; 669; 705; 721; 722; 737; 738; to be fined, 772; 799; 831.

——, Constable of: See Scrymgeour, James, of Dudhope.

Dundurn, house of, in Strathearn: 842.

Dunfermline: 1; 5; 6; 9; 10; 12; 14; 23; 25; 26; 27; 34; 35; 37; 264; 295; 336; 348; 358; 359; 362; 368; 394; 439; 494; 572; 573; 741; 747; 749.

——, Abbacy of: 29; 86; 96; 97; 108; 202; 212; 217; 220; 298; 331; 334; 356; 359; 360; 371; 479; 552; 560; 841.

Dunglass: 283; 287; 772; 778.

Dunipace, Laird of: 784; 794; 819; 821.

Dunkeld: 44; 196; 202; 269; 271; 502; 569; 587; 664; 670; 713; 722.

——, Bishop of (Mr. Peter Rollock): 289; 372; 373.

Dunkirk: 30; 33; 35; 36; 126; 127; 260; 263; 270; 576; 579; 831.

Dunn (Dun), Meg: a witch, 467.

Dunnottar Castle: 42; 55; 532; 540; 669; 670; 674; 714.

Dunoon: 713.

Dunrobin Castle: 714.

Duntreath (Dentrethe), Laird of: 152.

Dupplin: 715.

Duram, Alexander, Lieutenant: from Denmark, 289.

Durham: 284; 500; 656; 665; 673.

——, Bishopric of: 294; 395; 397; 513; 583; 601; 622; 642.

——, Mr. James: 621.

Durie, Oliver: 799.

Dysart: 376; 417; 563; 706; 728.