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Index: G

Gabriell, the: ship from Denmark, 289.

Galbraith (Carbright), James: juryman, 522.

Galloway (Gallaway): 32; 33; Spanish barque arrives at, 241, 242; Lord Maxwell in, 800.

——, Mr Patrick (a preacher): slandered by Huntly and his friends, 46; beloved by the King, 85; 215; sent on mission, 216; sent to entreat the King's return, 244, 246; sails with despatch for the King, 251; defends ministers, 325; charge to, made by the late Thomas Fowler, 329; preaches at Perth, 491; defends widows who complain, 575; deals with the King concerning the Catholics, 594; accompanies the King, 668; sent to Atholl by the King, 669670; to be added to the Privy Council, 746; sent to the King to urge his return, 838, 847, 850; date of his departure, 839; attempt to prevent his voyage, 841; memorial of what he is to tell the King, 847-850; preaches a sermon at Leith on their Majesties' arrival, 863.

Galston (Jalstoun): 353-4.

Garden, David, of Dysart: complaint by, 563; James VI. writes on behalf of, 706.

Garillon: 692.

Garleis, Laird of: created Sir Alexander Stewart at coronation (17 May, 1590), 300; See also Stewart, Sir Alexander.

Garter, Order of: to be conferred by Elizabeth on James, 324; and on King of France, 324, 479.

Gartly, Laird of: imprisoned at Glasgow, 572.

Geddes (Gaddice, Geddass): Mr John, 499.

——, . . ., a merchant, 109.

Geddie (Geddy), John: appointed secretary to the Commissioners to Brunswick, 314; relations between, and Aston, 601, 617; bearer of news, 603; Bothwell sends message to the King by, 805, 809, 814.

Gedeon, Admiral: from Denmark, 289.

Gelstern, John: 815.

General Assembly of the Church of Scotland: petitions the King, 295; to consider prayers for afflicted brethren elsewhere, 368; and the associates of the Brig of Dee, 380; Maxwell called before, 382; books of the, 498; Huntly summoned before, 542; demands declaration from Huntly, 547; against Papists, 676; to be held by the King's leave, 685; Erroll to appear before, 686-7; Countess of Huntly to appear before, 780; Hume and Seton and the, 784.

Geneva: ministers pray for afflicted brethren in, 368, 380; 782.

George, Mr: an Englishman, eludes capture, 392.

German Princes: alliance of James with, 212; their help sought against the King of Spain, 214, 291; negotiations with Spain, 296; James VI. seeks to get King of Denmark to work with, 297; ambassador of James VI. to negotiate with, 302-3; Elizabeth agrees to their joining league against Spain, 304; commission sent to them, 314; speedy despatch of ambassadors to, urged by James VI., 318; instructions of James VI. to ambassadors, 337; commissioners to be sent to, 357; leave Brunswick before Colonel Stewart's arrival, 401; their letters delivered by Colonel Stewart to the King, 408; to be asked to further the Protestant League, 413; letters from James VI. to, 441; peace negotiations with, 546; no answer sent to Denmark by, 549; James VI. promises to persuade Denmark and Brunswick to join in Protestant League, 550; Huntly seeks letter of favour from the King to, 743; form a league for defence of religion, 863, 864, 865.

Germany: 118; 130; 132; Bellenden to go through, 256; Elizabeth's ambassador in (Palavicino), 342; Spanish faction in, ib.; French ambassadors in (de Saucy, de Fresne), 342; 359; Bothwell's voyage to, put off, 365; note of Colonel Stewart's negotiations in, 411; Viscount of Turenne in, 441; negotiations in, 492; Colonel Stewart seeks to be sent there, 495; 534; 559; Lennox to go to, 742; Crawford means to go to, 776; (Allmaignie), 795; in cipher list, 799; passport desired for, 799; 819; maintenance of the true religion there, 861.

Geythe, Laird of: See Gicht.

Gibb, John: 174.

Gibson, James: a minister, 428.

——, John, a Scottish preacher: in prison at Leicester, interceded for, 279.

Gicht (Gethe, Geythe), Laird of: ready to assist Huntly, 462; 535; accused of slaying Moray, 655; commission to Moray's friends to pursue, 659; offended with Huntly, 719.

Gilbert, Henry: to Mr. Robert Balfour, letter taken with Ker, 832.

Gilbertson, Walter: mentioned in intercepted letter of M. Stevenson, 797.

Gilsland: part of Dacre's ancestors' lands, 490.

Glamis, castle of: 39; 117; 120; 556.

——, Lord (Patrick) late: 30; 31; 32; daughter's marriage, 491; feud about his slaughter, 590.

——, Lord (nephew of the Master): his family connections, 32; to be brought to the King and Council, 586-7, 590; to prevent Bothwell seizing Orkney, 590; notes on, 715; plot to assault him in Edinburgh, 857.

——, Master of (Sir Thomas Lyon of Baldukie, Lord Treasurer of Scotland): at Council committing Huntly, 2; supports Chancellor, 4; 15; with the Spanish faction, his store of money, 16; his messenger comes from Dundee with news of Huntly's forces, 25; flees to Dundee, ib.; servant of the King seized with letter to, 27; gathers forces for the King, 28, 36, 60; his wife, daughter of the Earl of Morton, 30; tutor to his nephew, Lord Glamis, 32; beset by enemy—forced to shelter in house in Angus—fears for his safety, his feud with Crawford—the King's concern about, 36; carried away by Northern lords, 38, 39, 60; Crawford would slay him—Huntly and Erroll intervene, 38, 39, 83; a herald sent to demand his release, 39; death of his wife, 40; comes to Aberdeen, 45; his escape— was to have been sent to the Prince of Parma, 46; those who laid plot against him not to be pardoned, 48-49; sent to the King, 49; meets Huntly, who is taken prisoner, 51, 53, 61; at Strathbogie, 60; with the King, 61; news of him from the Master of Gray, ib.; 73; promises to help the rebels, 92; relations with the Chancellor and the rebels, 93, 102, 106, 120, 145; suitor for Bothwell and Huntly, 102, 106; his feud with Crawford, ib.; a dangerous man, ib.; 111; with the King, 115; deals with the outlaws—disappoints the King of money, 120; dislikes new terms with Denmark, 121; his relations with Atholl, ib., 137, relations with Erroll, 143, 144; importunes the King with his convocations, for days of law, 174; to be of the Council during the King's absence abroad, 179; Hudson seeks a "parcel" of wood, 181; Asheby to deal with, 182; in Council, 183, 187; confers with Lord Hamilton and others about the Borders, 197, 198; commends Richard Wigmore, 263; his gelding taken from the Earl of Morton's stables by Lord Hamilton, 274; renews conference between Morton and Erroll, 281; intrigues with Bothwell against Maitland, 285; and with Erroll, ib.; familiar with Maitland, 294; willing to submit to reconciliation, 296; influences the King against Bothwell, 298; created Sir Thomas Lyon at coronation (17 May, 1590), 300, 479; agreement lately made between Maitland and, shaken, 315; complaints against, 322; agrees again with Maitland, ib.; Erroll seeks his influence with the church, 331; Erroll brought to the King by, 335; differences between him and Maitland, ib.; 347, 350; to help the King with the rebel noblemen, ib.; suspected of being in league with Erroll, 350-1; to help the King in bringing in associates of the Brig of Dee, 351; his overthrow threatened, ib.; with Maitland, to arrange matters between him and Erroll, 352; invited by Maitland to baptism of his daughter, ib.; thought to be the chief in the plot against Maitland, 355; the King friendly to, ib.; reconciliation with Maitland, ib.; negotiations with Maitland and Erroll, 358; agreement with Lindsay, ib.; advice to the King in his dealings with rebels, 363; advises the King of the quarrel between Angus and Lindsay, 365; jealousies between, and Maitland, 366; covenant between, and Maitland, 368; reconciled with Bothwell and the Master of Gray, ib.; Lord Treasurer (1587), 372, 373, 374; answers for Erroll, 379; Burghley's opinion of; his promise to do as Elizabeth and the King think best; his relations with Maitland, 382; concord between, and Maitland, 387, 391; Bowes hopes that agreement between, and Maitland, may keep peace, 395; conference with, about confederates of the Brig of Dee, 400; speaks on behalf of Sir William Keith, 401; high in the King's esteem; some think Papists would like him to be Chancellor, 412; great friendship between, and Lord Spynie, 416; the King has better opinion of him—sends for him twice, 416-7; intrigues with, and Maitland, 421; the King disapproves of his absence; likely to be more trouble between, and Maitland, 422; not ignorant of plot against Maitland; relied upon by King to settle discords in the north, 423; discord with Maitland, 424; seemingly reconciled with Maitland, 430; offers support to Maitland, 432; jealousies between, and Maitland, 439; taken by Huntly (1589), 440; reconciliation between, and Maitland, 441; friendship of Maitland and Erroll depends on, 442; jealousy between, and Maitland, 443; relations with Maitland, Marishal, Morton and Maxwell, 449; offers to resign treasurership; little hope of his reconciliation with Maitland, 451-2; reconciliation with Maitland hoped for, 453; to send his commissioner to convention at Montrose, 454; not yet reconciled with Maitland, 457; attempts to reconcile, and Maitland; his opinions on additional councillors; relations with Crawford and Spynie, 459; his relations with Maitland; proposed marriage of his nephew with Argyle's sister; contention between, and Forfar, 468-9; does not uphold Sir James Hume, 470; to be of the King's Council (7-8 August, 1590), 479; Maitland unfriendly to, 481; gathers together the raiders of Stirling, ib.; seeks to keep Lord Hamilton on his side, 482; 491; denies plot to kill Maitland, 494; Bothwell seeks good will of, 512; the King tries to mediate between, and Maitland, 520; at house of Erroll, 532; 535; promises to use his influence with Hume, 543; relations of, with Huntly and Maitland; in favour with the King, 547; in plot against Maitland, 550-1; Ochiltree and Spynie come to apprehend, 556; Bowes asked to intercede for; Maitland against this, 560; slaying of William Carr will make mischief between, and Maitland, 561; Earl of Mar with; the King resents his actions against Maitland, 564; confined in Edinburgh Castle; relations of, with Hume, and Maitland, 566; released from Edinburgh Castle, 567, 570; no reconciliation between, and Maitland, 567; likely to lose offices of Lord Treasurer and in Session, 586; relations of, with Lord Glamis, Morton and Maitland, ib.; 587; office of Lord Treasurer taken from; blames Maitland; charged to bring in Lord Glamis; in danger of being put to the horn, 590; plans to reconcile Maitland with, 592, 593; relations of, with Crawford and others, 592; relations of Spynie with, 593; great efforts for agreement between, and Maitland, 596-7; still in danger of horning, ib.; danger of quarrel between, and Maitland; uses Spynie to return to Court; more dangerous than Lennox; Maitland does not trust, 598-600; agreement between, and Crawford, 600; his power would increase with Argyle's marriage to Morton's daughter, 601; enmity between, and Maitland; seeks help of his enemies, Crawford and Lord Spynie, 602; obtains respite from horning; no reconciliation with Maitland, 608, 609; a source of trouble, 610; a Protestant; well-affected to England, 612; 614; continued disagreement between, and Maitland, 625-627; his cause to be debated, 627; further attempts to reconcile, and Maitland, 629; doubtful agreement between, and Maitland, 630-1; relations of, with Maitland; ordered to leave Edinburgh, 6323; falsely rumoured to be slain by Crawford, 638; suspicious of Crawford; no agreement of, with Maitland, 650; enters into agreement with Maitland, 653-4; efforts to unite, to Maitland, Morton and others, 657; reconciliation between, and Maitland, 660; moves the King to hold convention for reform, 663; hope of final agreement between, and Maitland, 668; the Lindsays against his agreement with Maitland, 671; to be at a day of law, 701; has written to Maitland, 703; Bowes warns the King through, 704; 710; receives news of Holt's plot against the King, 748; intrigue to bring into the King's favour, 751-2; to bring Bothwell to the King; threatens Maitland, 753-4; the Queen incensed against, 755; expected to be of the King's Court; to be guarantee for Erroll; enmity with Maitland; conveys Colonel Stewart to Edinburgh, 756-7; reported to be in Northumberland; the King complains of, 756-7; in the King's favour, 760; hostile to Maitland, 762; attempt to reconcile, with Maitland, 763-4; serious discord between him and Maitland; his attitude to Spynie; probable reconciliation with Crawford, 768; Erroll refuses favours from, 769; Airdrie and Halkerston taken by and examined before, 771; unpleasantness with Erroll; obtains commission as Lord Treasurer, 772; attendant upon the King; relations with Maitland and Crawford broken off, 774776; new faction want him as Treasurer, 776; reconciled with Melville; treasurership to be restored to; choosing of provost; persuades Angus and Erroll, 778; too ill to ride with the King, 780; Councillor about the King; Bothwell writes to, 781; dangerously ill, 783; not yet able to be in Court, 794; relapse of, 801; attempts to reconcile Maitland and, 811; friendship with Lennox abated; the King jealous of, 815; still weak; Mar cold towards, 821; restored to office of Lord Treasurer; has power to substitute Vice-Treasurer, 824; warned of danger to his life, 829; well regarded by Walsingham, 847; attempt to kill him, 857; 863.

Glamis, young laird of: fears to be forced into marriage, 556.

Glamonken: goods taken by, to be restored, 849.

Glanorthye: See Glenorchy.

Glasgow (Glasco, Glascoo): 253; 264; Earl of Argyle at, 280; 284; 286; O'Neill's wife ill there, ib.; Anna Campbell's letter dated at (25 April, 1590), 287; representatives of, to be at the coronation, 289; 353; O'Rourke's presence in, 470, 473, 475, 480, 488, 492; town intercedes for O'Rourke, being afraid of losing trade because of him, 495; letter of Walter Stewart dated at (30 March, 1591), 495; tumult in, on apprehension of O'Rourke, 496; O'Rourke's company leave, 502; Elizabeth asked to preserve trade between, and Ireland, 505; 532; 572; 573; O'Rourke taken at, 613; 637; 640; 641; 642; 645; 648; 649; 650; 651; 652; Sunday travellers from, to Edinburgh market, 794; barque awaits Roman Catholic bishops near, 819; efforts to bring the Spanish barque thither, 852, 853; the provost intercepts a Popish bishop from Ireland, 853.

——, Bishop of: restored, 128; 231; dissensions between him and other Catholics, 236; letter from, forwarded, 246; suspected of sending messages to Catholics, 576; his former secretary a suspect, 766; seeks to have Fintry made Cardinal, 853.

——, Castle: 648.

Glenbervie, Laird of (Douglas), son of the Earl of Angus: 30; 33.

Glencairn: home of Glencairn, 714.

——, the Cunninghams of: 31.

——, (Glencarne), Earl of (John Cunningham): family connections of, 31; well-affected to England, 151; to assist Lord John Hamilton during the King's absence, 180; interferes in brawl between Lennox and Logie, 450; 491; many slain by, 574; 612; favours Huntly, 644; a Privy Councillor, 683; notes on, 714; to be discharged from Privy Council, 746; gathers forces to avenge Eglinton's death, 812, 819.

Glendoick: (Glendeoughe), 424.

Glenorchy (Glanorthye, Glenurquhart, Glenurquhy), Duncan Cempbell of: 31; knighted at coronation (17 May, 1590), 300; charged with conspiracy against the King, 519; suspected of Calder's murdered, 684.

Glentanner: treasonable bond signed at, by Huntly, 439.

Glenurquhart: See Glenorchy.

Gloucestershire: 646.

Goffe, Mr.: Postmaster at Bosomes Inn, St. Lawrence Lane, 117.

Goldensterne, Henry, Admiral of the Danish fleet, 164.

Golf (Goffe): Huntly and Lennox play, on sands at Leith, 587.

Gordon, Alexander, Laird of Strathdon: brother of Huntly, 371; husband of the Countess of Erroll, escheated, 849.

——, Captain: reported slain, 634-5; not killed outright, afterwards beheaded, 641-2.

——, George: See Huntly, Earl of.

——, Mr James (Garden), a jesuit, uncle of Earl of Huntly: accompanied by Bishop of Derry, 265, 266, 273; summoned, 301-2; to be brought to Edinburgh, 306; will not return to the King without guarantees, 331; comes secretly to Edinburgh; ready to give himself up for Huntly's sake, 332; sent to the King, 334; ready to leave for Flanders, 335; free to leave the country, 344; at Leith; awaits the King's command, 347; goes to the North, 353; received by the King, 362; not yet out of Scotland, 371; to be ordered to depart from Scotland by the Council, 382; eludes capture, 392; still in Burntisland, 395; to proceed to Flanders, 400; letters of credit from, to Parma, 400; advises Sir Alexander Stewart to go through England to Parma, 401; warrant for apprehension of, 409; Papists seek to keep, in Scotland, 412, 415; ordered to leave Scotland, 413; to be confined, 419; rumours about, 424; to be committed to keeping of Lord Seton, 425; committed to ward, 434; follows the King to Aberdour, 442; to be hunted out of Scotland, 446; Privy Council denounces, 450; still near Huntly, 460, 470; to be apprehended as a Jesuit and rebel, 477, 479; his nephew, Huntly, promises to remove from, 560; 576; writes to William Crichton in Spain, 585; 600; delivers letters from Rome to Jesuits in Scotland, 601; accomplice of Bothwell, taken, 626; resolution to banish, 633; band of nobility against, and others, 662; received by Erroll, 686; eludes imprisonment, 696; 698; commission from Jesuits to, 733; John Macwherry sent to, 735, 740; Huntly charged to bring in, 747; his escape feared, 750; his servant brings Jesuit books to Scotland, 767; letters and books from Brussels, to, 787; commanded to leave Scotland, 791, 793; resolved to stay, 791; plots with Jesuits, 810; the King promises to banish; still in Scotland, 812; (Crawford), letters addressed by, taken from George Ker, 828, 832; (J. Christeson), letter of, sent to the King, 830; to William Crichton (20 Nov., 1592), 831; testimonial of, in favour of George Ker, 832.

Gordon, John: brother of Laird of Cluny, shot in rising of Huntly, 428, 434, 4367, 469; revenge for slaughter of, 442.

——, John (alias Graymeill): servant of Agnes Samson, witch, 465; burnt at Haddington, 467.

——, Sir John (Laird of Lochinvar): to ascertain cause of arrival of Spaniards, 242; a Privy Councillor, 374, 683; asked to secure the Spanish barque, 852.

——, Sir Patrick: See Auchindown, Laird of.

——, and Badenoch, Lord: See Huntly, Earl of.

Gordons, the: renewal of feud with the Forbeses, 191; their houses to be burnt, 636-8; chieftain of, 637; their troubles may hinder Catholic cause, 810; forces joined in revenge against, 815.

Gormarshcall, Heming: gentleman from Denmark, 289.

Gormond (Gormun), Donnell (MacDonell): committed to ward, 375; likely to be arraigned, 452.

Gorotto: a captain of the Spaniards, 122.

Gourley, . . .: Huntly kept in his house, 71.

Gower, John (a papist): brings letters for Lord Claud Hamilton and others, 646.

Gowrie, Carse of: 31, 39, 424.

——, Countess of: 371; the King against her marriage with Sir William Keith, 547.

Gowrie (Gowry), Earl of, William (deceased): 30; 33; Montrose and Atholl have never agreed since death of, 271; former feud between him and Earl of Montrose, 276; proposed marriage of his daughter and Lennox, 410; 491; Lennox marries daughter of, 502; and that against the King's will, 613; death of, 623.

—— ——, young: family connections of, 31; 32; 33; 61; well-affected to England, 152; notes on, 714; Master of Forbes wants to marry sister of, 730; his mother refuses to leave her house in Holyrood Abbey, 754; to be added to King's attendants, 759.

Graham (Grahame, Grame, Grayme), Christie: at raid of Falkland, 743.

——, David, of Sleitbeck: at Falkland raid, 742.

——, Francis, of Canonby: at Falkland raid; prisoner in Carlaverock, 743.

——, Francis, of the Moat: taken prisoner, 709, 716, 724.

——, George (Geordie): at Falkland raid, a prisoner, 743.

——, George: son of William of Millhill, at Falkland raid, 743.

——, "Gibbe": at Falkland raid; hanged, 743.

——, Jack, of the Peartree: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, James (brother of the Laird of Fintry): emissary of Bothwell to the Duke of Parma, 248, 258, 854, 855; his dispatch into Spain stayed by Robert Bowes, 263.

——, John: See Montrose, Earl of.

——, Mr. John, a Lord of Session: charged with corruption, 306, 336; to keep Laird of Fintry, 425, 434; 470; accused of conspiracy against the King, 519; sent to make peace between Argyle and Ogilvie, 567; forges false evidence; his brother in tolbooth, 594; favours Fintry in Council, 750.

——, Lord (cousin of Earl of Montrose): 27; member of Privy Council, appointed 1587, 372; See Montrose, Earl of.

——, Matthew, (young plump): a prisoner; at Falkland raid, 743.

——, Mr. Mungo, a Catholic gentleman, a Master of the King's household, uncle to the Earl of Montrose: dies at Edinburgh, 199.

——, Regie: at Falkland raid, 743.

Graham, Richard (Richie Grahme): charged with witchcraft, 501-2, 504; accuses Bothwell, 504-5, 506, 513, 514, 531, 826; to await the King's pleasure, 509; guilty consultations with, 512; Bothwell's consultation with, 536, 685; 613; burnt for witchcraft, 652.

——, Richard: (Riche), at Falkland raid, 743.

——, Robert: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, Robert, of the Lake: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, "Syme," the Pitches: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, "Syme," of Robewhait: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, Walter (Watte), of the Peartree: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, Walter: said to have harboured Bothwell, 791; James VI. demands him, 792, 807-8; apprehension of, 810.

——, Will: at Falkland raid, 743.

——, . . .: order for execution of, 649.

——, of Fintry: See Fintry, Laird of.

Grahams, the: subjects of Elizabeth, assault palace of the King, 708; to be punished, 711-2; followers of Bothwell among, 721; those in Falkland raid to be punished, 724; many assist Bothwell against the King, 782; said to have harboured Bothwell and others, 791.

——, of Esk, prisoners, 709.

Grant (Graunt), John, Laird of Freuchie: 54; 55; 61; the Bishop of Derry sought at house of, 284; Huntly rises against; commanded by the King to discharge forces, 428; examination of, for slaughter of John Gordon; gives caution, 436-7; Huntly awaits departure of, from Edinburgh, 460; quarrel between, and Huntly, 462, 541; with Atholl and Moray, 462; will act for Moray in his absence against Huntly, 497; the King to be present at his marriage, 533; quarrels between, and nobles in the north, 572; which the King seeks to appease, ib.; many slain by, in feud, 574; feuds not yet appeased, 575; agreement of, with Huntly, 593; Moray joins, against Huntly, 613; enters into bond for Huntly, 619, 679; joins forces with Atholl against Huntly, 815.

Grantcester: 115.

Granton: Bothwell has signals at, 731.

Grants, the: troubles between, and Huntly, pacified, 422; Glamis expected to settle discord among, and others, 423; Huntly seeks to surprise them, and Atholl, 425.

Grantully (Grantly), Lady: visited by Bothwell, 582.

——, Laird of: caution for good behaviour of Atholl, 460.

Gravelines (Gravelyng): 343; 690.

Gray (Grey) Catherine: a witch, burnt at Haddington, 467.

——, Gilbert: uncle of Master of Gray, in plot against Maitland, 423.

——, Henry: 625.

——, James, brother of the Master: pardoned by the King, 818.

——, J . . ., (of the King's chamber): letter from, to Master of Gray (11 April, 1589), 35; ib. (13 April, 1589), 37; letters from Master of Gray received by him, ib.; at Douglas with Hume, ib.; letter from the Master of Gray, his brother, about Archibald Douglas, 75.

——, Lord (Sheriff of Angus): 32, family connection of, 33; meets the King, 53; a Papist; discontented, 611; in Stirling Castle, 669; notes on, 715.

Gray, Master of, Patrick: held to be a Papist, 3; his reports to the King, 4; Sir Richard Cockburn finds him in London and delivers to him a letter from Maitland, 21; Elizabeth gives him audience, ib., 23, 29; well disposed to the Chancellor, 21, 22; not desired back by the King or the Chancellor, 24, 52, 54; his return may influence the Chancellor against Burghley, 25; will be against Huntly, ib.; the King's opinion of him, ib.; letters addressed to, from the Laird of Restalrig, 27; 29; 32; 33; letter to from J. Gray (11 April, 1589) urging him to return, 35; Lord Hamilton commended to him; urged to come home, ib.; Bothwell's relations with, ib.; letter to from J. Gray (13 April, 1589), 37; his letters received by J. Gray—he is urged to return, ib.; not well liked at Court—against the Chancellor, 48; his credit with Elizabeth— his close dealings with Mr. Archibald Douglas known to the Chancellor, 52; the King does not wish to be beholden to him for favours from Elizabeth, 53; permission to return refused by the King, 55; Hudson speaks to the King and the Chancellor about him, ib.; a memorial on his restoration (for Mr. James Hudson)—the Lord Chancellor to be informed of Elizabeth's satisfaction with him, of his endeavours to promote amity between Elizabeth and James VI., of his profession of friendship for the Chancellor himself, 56-7; to Walsingham (1 May, 1589), 57; persuades Elizabeth to have men in readiness to help James VI., ib.; desires departure of the Laird of Wemyss from London, ib.; packet from, received by Carvell (2 May, 1589), 59; letters from the Laird of Restalrig to be sent to him, ib.; news from him concerning Bothwell, the Master of Glamis and the Chancellor, 61; his return to Edinburgh will do harm, ib., 62; his credit not so great as that of the Chancellor, 62, 63; Elizabeth recommends his return, 63; professes to be Fowler's friend—Fowler will have nothing to do with him, 63; very unpopular—the Chancellor, Hamilton, Angus, Morton, Marshall, Atholl and others are against him—they dislike his return, 64; the Chancellor will try him before he credits him, 65; Elizabeth's trust in him, ib.; his ambition feared, 66; the Chancellor will embrace his friendship—Elizabeth will be answerable for his good behaviour, ib.; James VI. grants request for him to return, ib.; his brother's letter enclosed by Hudson to Walsingham, 67; the King's and the Chancellor's opinion of him confirmed, ib.; writes that it is Walsingham's pleasure that Hudson should await him, ib.; from Hudson (7 May, 1589), ib.; does himself harm with the King and the Chancellor in shewing a letter of the Laird of Restalrig, 72; has received money from Elizabeth, 73; his share of the grant of land desired from Elizabeth, 74; Elizabeth ready to disgrace him should he break faith with Maitland, 75; writes to his brother James of the King's Chamber about Archibald Douglas, ib.; his relations with Archibald Douglas, 76; the King writes to him at instigation of the Laird of Wemyss, ib.; the King and the Chancellor have better opinion of, 79; the Lord Treasurer approves of his home-coming, 79-80, ib.; the Chancellor will welcome him; Hudson writes warmly of him, 80, 82; to Burghley (23 May, 1589), recommending certain merchants by desire of the Laird of Wemyss, 81; will be welcomed home; Hudson and Wemyss working for him, 82; he is an enemy of Fowler's, ib.; Elizabeth thinks he will serve instead of Sir George Carey or Mr Robert ——, ib.; to Burghley (27 May, 1589), 86; his arrival at Berwick, ib., 89; thinks Huntly and his friends will not be greatly harmed, ib.; his ability to serve the Queen, 87; Hudson awaits his coming, 86, 87; Hudson meets him at Berwick, 89; his relations with the Duke, the Chancellor, Walsingham, Fowler, ib.; the King's hard opinion of, ib., 102; Archibald Douglas's quarrel with, 91, 94, 98, 99, 100, 102; to Burghley (4 June, 1589), 92; same (5 June, 1589), 94; receives Burghley's letter from Asheby, ib.; goes to visit his father and house, ib.; to concur with the Chancellor and the King about the marriage with Denmark, ib.; suggests that Walsingham should write to the Chancellor a letter to be shown to the King, 95; confers with Fowler, and with the Chancellor, 96, 97, 98; his credit not good—seeks Abbey of Dunfermline, 96, 97, 98, 108; honours Walsingham, 97, 102; relations with the Chancellor, 99, 100, 107; his profession of good faith, 102; 103; has written to Walsingham, 106; his patience and wise behaviour will carry him through, ib.; to Burghley (16 June, 1589), 106; relations with Huntly, 106-7; the King makes use of him at Elizabeth's advice, 108; Fowler pleads for him with the King, 109; relations with the Chancellor, ib., 112; 111; not likely to advance matters, 112; writes to Burghley —says more than he can perform, ib.; does not accompany the King to the north—his intrigues with the Humes and Bothwell, 116; to Hudson (17 July, 1589), 120; marvels he has heard nothing from Hudson—his letters to be sent through Walsingham, ib.; has spoken to Bothwell and received kind words and promises from the King, ib.; news in his letter to be given to Burghley and Walsingham, 121; his letters to Hudson to be read first by Walsingham, 130; at Falkland—his credit low, 136; with Bothwell at Carfrae, 146; well-affected to England, 152; suspicious letter addressed to, ib.; his relations with Archibald Douglas, ib.; not at Court, 158; influences the Earl of Atholl not to join Huntly and Erroll, 202; said to have Jesuits and the Laird of Fintry at Broughty, ib.; at law with Huntly, ib.; with Atholl and Hume against Erroll and Huntly, 202; his agreement with Bothwell doubted, 203; at law with Huntly, 212; letter for, written by command of Elizabeth, 217; letter in cipher suspected to be written by, 237; on watch for Bishop of Derry, 264; desires progress of cause for Captain Hackerston, 266; letters from, forwarded to Walsingham (April, 1590), ib.; his letter to Walsingham returned, 280; compounded with, for interest in Dunfermline, 334; reveals plot against Maitland, 354-5; quarrels with Glamis, ib.; to Burghley (14 July, 1590), about payment for his title to Dunfermline, 356; reveals plot against Maitland, to the King, 357; to be paid for Dunfermline out of Elizabeth's grant, 359, 360; reports Elizabeth's project of marriage between Parma and Arabella Stewart, 359-60, 366; reconciled with Glamis, 368; to Burghley (5 Aug., 1590), regarding expected payment from Elizabeth, 374; former subtle practices against, by Sir William Stewart, 415; foremost in plot against Maitland, 423, 437; 479; 491; suspected of convoying Bothwell; charged to appear before the King, 668; outlawed, 668-9; prevents Atholl going to the King, 670; pursued by the King, ib.; cautioned to leave the kingdom, 679; suspected of conspiracy, retires, 697; the King thinks him of little worth, 699; joins Bothwell's enterprise, 707; assaults Falkland Palace, 708, 717; escapes, 709; reported to be in the north, 720; to Burghley (14 July, 1592), 723; reports on affairs in Scotland; seeks leave to come on to North of England, 723-4; gathers forces, 732; Jesuit delivered by means of, 733; ready to follow Colville into England, 738; going to the English Court, 739; Bowes denies this, ib.; Bothwell with, at Marishal's house, 741; his friends scattered, 742; to Burghley (4 Aug., 1592); begs leave to live in England, 744; to Mr. Thomas Miller (4 Aug.); begs him to speak to Burghley on his behalf, 744-5; suspected by the King, 749; Crawford and forces of, 764; his return with letters for Ralph Gray; troubles the King, 769; Elizabeth and James VI. disagree about, 774; attempted plotting with Bothwell; ready to break with Bothwell, 784; to Burghley (5 Oct., 1592), his gratitude; warning of trouble among Border outlaws, 785-6; said to have sheltered in East and Middle Marches of England, 791; Andrew Clark gives assurance of (to King of Spain), 804; cautiously defers subscribing band, 813; pardoned by the King, 818; received by the King; offers service to Elizabeth; report of confederacy with Catholics, 820-1; accuses Mr Robert Bruce falsely, 822; innocent of accusation against Bowes, 824; one of his letters burned, 837; his interest in Dunfermline, 841; defence of his house, 842.

Gray, Mr., of Chillingham: Master of Gray plans to live within bounds of, 744-5, 785.

——, Mr. Ralph: Border offenders to be delivered to, for redress, 447; Bowes reads letters of, concerning Mallory, 581; 625; Master of Gray has letter for, 769.

——, Robert: son of Lord Gray, 669.

——, Thomas: 358; in Orkney, 364; 365; sent back to Orkney, 369; must be sent against Spaniards, 370, 381; seeks pirates in North of Scotland, 417.

——, Sir Thomas: has attempted to plough certain lands, 243; outrageous practises ascribed to, by Bothwell, 447, 486.

——, . . .: an Englishman, a supposed spy, 293.

Graymeill: See Gordon, John.

Grays, the: dispute between, and the men of Atholl, 510.

Grayson, Robert: dies, accused of witchcraft, 502.

Graystocks lands, the: 156, 172, 173.

Greenhead, Laird of: takes Bothwell's part, 24; 41; Andrew Clark gives assurance for (to King of Spain), 804.

Greenlaw: Maitland at, 800.

Greenwich: 292; 675.

Gregor Clan, the: two of, executed, 572.

Greston (Greimstone), Laird of: 710.

Grierson, Robert: to be tried for witchcraft, 497.

——, Monsieur: mentioned in intercepted letter of Murdoch, 795.

Gross, Mr.: in cipher list, 799.

Groyne (Groine), the: 434.

Guard, Captain of the: See Carmichael, Sir John of that Ilk.

Gudeman, James: mentioned in intercepted letter of M. Stevenson, 796-7.

Gudlingsterne, Hannibal: gentleman from Denmark, 289.

——, Henry: from Denmark, 289.

Guise, the Cardinal of: 155.

——, Duke of: King of Spain's dealings through, 817-9.

Gunter, Matthew: denies charge of piracy, 705.

Guthrie [Alexander?], Town Clerk of Edinburgh, 403.

Gwynn, Captain: Master of Orkney, robbed by, 369; a pirate, 386, 398; English, 402; 405; 519.