Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 10, 1589-1593. Originally published by His Majesty's General Register House, Edinburgh, 1936.
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Haddington (Hadingtown): 307; 324; witches burnt at, 467; Commissioners of the Church at, 482; 538; 574; 627; 703; Maitland's meeting with gentlemen of, 712; warned to be ready to help the King, 736.
——, Constable of: office of, to be given to Lennox, in place of Bothwell, 557. See Bothwell.
——, Constabulary of: rebels in, summoned, 323; proclamation to inhabitants within, 738.
——, Provost of: See Bothwell, Earl of.
Haggerston: See Halkerston.
Hague, the: letter of States General dated at (12 Nov., 1590), 419.
Hailes (Haillis): 543.
——, Lord: See Bothwell, Earl of; lordship of, to be given to Lennox in place of Bothwell, 557.
Hailes and Crichton, Lord: appointed member of Privy Council (1587), 372.
Hainault, Prince Christian of: army under, to help the French King, 549.
Halidon (Haleidene): 110.
Halkerston (Hackerston, Haggerston, Hakerstone), Captain: 9; 263; 267; delayed, according to instruction, 280; letter about his employment, ib.; seeks Maitland's favour for Bothwell, 543; advises Bothwell to retire to Crichton, 550; suspected of meeting Bothwell, 566; escapes from Masterton's house, 578; going to Dunkirk with Bothwell, 579; Bothwell said to have been with; escapes, 580; to take Bothwell's letters to Spain, 585-6; not yet embarked for Spain, 591; proclamation against, as accomplice of Bothwell, 626; suspected of conspiracy, retires, 697; 742; will be welcomed in Spain, 748; examined, 771; respited, 775-6; likely to be pardoned, 779; 801.
Hall, Anton, of Shaperton: 153.
——, George, of Burdupe: 153.
——, James (younger), of Heaviside: 153.
——, Thomas of Dewishill: 153.
——, Thomas, Englishman; 530.
——, Thomas: James VI. writes on behalf of, 482.
Hallhill (Halthill), James Melville of: knighted at coronation (17 May, 1590), 300.
Halton (Hawghton, Hawton): 24, 25, 26, 34, 37, 77, 111, 511.
Hamburg (Hamborough, Hamburgh): complaint from, 197; ship despoiled at, 198; Jesuits arrive at, 203; rumours about James VI. from, 251; 315; 341; 342.
Hamilton (Hamiltoun): 21; 104; 108; 109; 111; 113; Lord Hamilton goes there, 195, 207; 386; 567; 641; (palace) home of Arran, 713; letters dated at, 199, 220, 222.
——, Alison: to Captain George Seton (1 Aug., 1592), 797.
——, Captain: spoiled, 407; 411; sent to Lord Hamilton by the King, 457; in charge of prisoners, 718; 823.
——, Lord Claud (Gloud, Gloyd), Abbot of Paisley: arrives at Edinburgh, 6; prisoner in Edinburgh Castle, 7, 8, 12; seeks to win the Chancellor's favour, 10; 16; not accused by Pringle, 18; apprehended, 20; 30; 31; family connection of, 32; the Lord Chancellor should seek the King's favour for him, 57; Chancellor and he unfriendly, 66; in Edinburgh Castle, 113; confined among friends in Lothian, 146; likely to be at marriage of James VI., 158; comes to Edinburgh, 200; welcomes Duke of Lennox at his house, 286; to be at the Coronation, 289; to be persuaded by Huntly to raise horsemen, 266; in the plot against Maitland, 355; member of the Privy Council (1587), 372, 373; in disturbance at Renfrew, 413; the King unable to remove, from his Council, 416; seized with illness and loss of memory, 422; Maitland said to be drawing, to Edinburgh, 424; recovered from his illness, 425; evil spoken of, in connection with witches, 430; recovered, offers devotion to Elizabeth, 442; Maitland tries to be friendly to, 443; Maitland goes to, 452; suggested as new Councillor, 459; attempts to reconcile, and Lord Hamilton, 482; ill, 560, 611; confirmed as a Roman Catholic, 596, 611; insane, 599; his recovery doubtful, 601; not well-affected to England, 620; 646; 649; 699; James, son of, 823; 841; 853.
Hamilton, Lord David (Davy): lunatic, 31.
——, Duke of: 30; 31; 206.
——, Elizabeth: See Stenhouse, Lady.
——, Henry: 499.
——, Sir James, son of Lord of Avondale: 32; See Avondale, Lord of.
——, James: See Arran, Earl of.
——, James, son of Lord Claud Hamilton: 823.
——, (Hamelton, Hammiltoun), Lord John, Abbot of Arbroath: christening of his son, 21; the King sends letter to, 25; arrives in Edinburgh, 27, 34; accompanies the King against Bothwell, 28, 36, 60; family connections of, 30, 31, 32; commends himself to the Master of Gray, 35; should be commended by Burghley, 42; active against rebels, 45; with the King, 46, 61, 62; speaks honourably of Elizabeth—will not willingly consent to Huntly's death—Elizabeth should deal with him, 52; quarrel with Angus and Mar, 54; a great stay and strength, ib.; willing to have Huntly banished, 55; joins with Chancellor— dislikes the return of the Master of Gray, 64; one of the few friendly to England, 73; his man to be recommended to Walsingham, 78; is proud of Walsingham's counsel, 80; on jury at trial of Earls, 84; promises to help the rebels, 92; opposed to the King's marriage, 93, 94; he should have gone to Denmark for the Princess, 96, 97; to Walsingham (12 June, 1589), 100; uses his influence in favour of Montrose, 102; his son's christening, 108, 113; Asheby invited to be godfather, 113; to attend Anne of Denmark, 150; well-affected to England, 151; 154; likely to be at marriage of James VI., 158; the Borders committed to his care during the King's absence, 178; to reside at Jedburgh or Dumfries during the King's absence, 180; his charges to be borne by the King, ib.; the South of Scotland committed to his care, 180, 182; Elizabeth sends him a letter about his charge, ib.; accepts charge laid on him by the King during his absence, 183; asked to attend the Privy Council to write to Elizabeth, 184, 187; letters from, enclosed, 184; to deal with Asheby and others concerning redress of Scottish pleas, 189; special charge of the Borders given to, 189; Elizabeth's letter to him forwarded, 190, 191; has replied to Elizabeth, 195; goes to Hamilton, ib.; confers with the Master of Glamis and others, about the Borders; quarrel with Bothwell, 197, 198; to be at the Borders, 197; to Asheby (25 Nov., 1589), 199; his fear of the Papists and their conspiracies—his affection for Elizabeth, ib.; letters and instructions from, forwarded to Walsingham, 200; from Elizabeth (Nov., 1589), her confidence in, and affection for him, 200-1; holds meeting with Border noblemen, 202, 207; Elizabeth to help him to suppress factions, 206; to hold justice courts in January; has gone to Hamilton; sends John Colville to Edinburgh to report and ask assistance, 207; to be encouraged, 208; Bowes to consult him, and to promise help from England, 209-11; to persuade Maxwell to continue loyal, 210; plot feared against, 215; sound in religion, 216; to Asheby, (17 Dec., 1589), unable to proceed to Edinburgh because of illness, 220; to Asheby (20 Dec., 1589), 222; will attend convention, ib.; to Asheby (23 Dec., 1589), has written to Elizabeth and Walsingham, ib.; the Catholics opposed to him, 233; Privy Council's letter to Elizabeth signed by, 239; sent for to complete Council, 242; 252; to be present at the King's landing, 262; commends Richard Wigmore, 263; captain of Spanish barque to be delivered to, 263; Councillors assembled in Edinburgh in cause of, 270; on his way to Jedworth, 270; at the Borders for execution of redress, 274; to attend the King on his arrival, 275; to be at the coronation, 289; denied access to the King, 298-9; brings Erroll to the King, 357; (commendator of Arbroath) member of Privy Council (1587), 372; (1590), 374; well affected, 373; would think himself wronged if Bothwell were lieutenantgeneral of the Borders, 391; writes to Bowes regarding seizure of Captain Hamilton's goods, 411; contention between, and Angus, 430; reconciliation between, and Angus, Huntly, and Hume, 439; assembles friends, pretending to help Laird of Innerwick; hindered by the King, 457; to Burghley (24 Feb., 1590-1), begging further consideration of Archibald Johnston's case, 475; Bowes comes to (Dec., 1589), 478; attempts to reconcile, and Maitland; Glamis opposes this, 482; 491; Elizabeth approves his appointment as lieutenant on the Borders, 539; sent for by the King, 551, 554; brings Huntly to Bowes, 560; Master of Caithness taken by, 569; to Burghley (11 Dec., 1591), requests a passport, 598; troubled by his brother's illness, 611; a Protestant; well-affected to England, 612, 620; 614; Maitland likely to be friends with, 622; 631; favours Huntly, 644; keeping of Edinburgh Castle suggested for, 646; intercedes for Smallett, 648; slow to join with Huntly, 653; attends the King at Linlithgow, 654-5; accuses Morton and others of plot against Maitland, 664; Privy Councillor, 683; to follow Bothwell with forces, 708; takes Niddrie and other prisoners, 716; the King displeased with, over prisoners, 7189; the King blames, for escape of Niddrie, 722; 729; 765; reported to be joining Bothwell, 771; the Court afraid of him levying forces; fear of losing Dumbarton Castle; consults Bowes; devotion to Elizabeth, 774-7; suspected of preparing ensigns, 778; (Scipio) to be warned by Bowes, 781; remains steadfast, 789; designs against, 801; Bothwell accuses, of designs on the King, 814; warned of Lennox's intentions against, 818; Laird of Ladylands brought to, 823; returns to Edinburgh, 837; attacked by Lords Sanquhar and Drumlanrig, 838; letter from Bowes to him to repress raids on the Borders, 845; directed by the Council to administer justice upon offenders, 845; to try Borders raiders at Jedburgh, 850; seeks money to defray cost of a garrison, 858, 859; to set the crown on Queen Anne's head, 864.
Hamilton, Sir John: illegitimate son of Lord Hamilton, made knight (June, 1592), 683; in charge of prisoners, 718; escapes to England, 722; misses possession of Dumbarton Castle, 729.
——, Lady: 118; urges escape of prisoners, 718.
——, Robert, of Heuchhead (Huikhead): to his sister Elizabeth, Lady Stenhouse (26 Aug., 1590), 387.
——, . . . ., of Pardowie: messenger to the King, 737.
——, . . . ., of Samelston, (young): son of John of Clydesdale, attainted, 687.
Hamiltons, the: their claim to the Scottish crown, 17, 29, 44; will join with the Hepburns, 195; to be at Edinburgh on law day for Lethington, 195; assist Lord Maxwell, 215; disturbance between and the Stewarts, 404; (house of) weakened by illness of Lord Claud, 611; two with Bothwell, 630; 719; fear Lennox may be second in succession, 794; (house of) intrigues against, 819-821.
Hampton Court: 23.
Hanseatic towns: 689.
Hare, Hugh, of Waterford: his examination, 837, 838.
Hareng, Andrew, servant to Earl of Huntly: slays a kinsman of Earl of Errol, 841, 849.
Harle, George: 396.
Harlwood, Laird of: signs band against Bothwell, 558.
Harrison, Anthony: examination of, 395.
——, Thomas: examination of, 395.
——, widow, of Yarmouth: 396.
Hart, Martin: mentioned in intercepted letter of M. Stevenson, 797.
Hartlepool: 335; 345; 722.
Harvey, Mr. David: a great Papist, secretary to Earl of Erroll, 253.
Harvey, Mr. . . .: Archibald Douglas forfeits bond to, 315, 324.
Harwich: a ship belonging thereto, seized, 854.
Hatton, Sir Christopher: his letter sent to Lord Scrope, 164;
Haughton: See Halton.
Haviesyde, Richard: 397.
Havre (Newhaven): 406-7; 408; 420; some seek to recover goods despoiled at, 435.
Hawen Downe: 45.
Hawick: 539; 540; Borderers with Bothwell at, 782.
Hay, Alexander (of Easter Kennet, Lord Clerk Register): at Council, 2; at Pringle's examination, 17; notes by (30 July, 1589), 125; intelligence from, regarding Anne of Denmark, 167, 168; Asheby's request to Vernon made at his suggestion, 169; to Asheby (15 Oct., 1589), 171; to Asheby (16 Oct., 1589), ib.; 175; to register the King's declaration, 176; to be of the Council during the King's absence, 179; Asheby to deal with, 183; memorandum by (31 Oct., 1589), 183; in Council, 184, 187; to Asheby (2 Nov., 1589), 186; to Asheby (5 Nov., 1589), 188; (6 Nov., 1589), enclosing letter from the Council to Elizabeth, 189; his private letter to Asheby forwarded to Burghley, 190; to Asheby (19 Nov., 1589), 197; to forward copy of Elizabeth's letter to Denmark, 197; at conference about the Borders, 198; to Asheby (25 Nov., 1589), 200; to Asheby (28 Nov., 1589), 202; to Asheby (28 Nov., 1589), 203; to Asheby (3 Dec., 1589), 207; to Asheby (4 Dec., 1589), 211; Fowler writes to Walsingham about Asheby at the request of, 215; delays safe conduct of Robert Bowes, 218; to Asheby, (14 Dec., 1589), 219; to Asheby (14 Dec., 1589), ib.; [alias Symons] to Asheby (20 Dec., 1589), 221; to Asheby (26 Dec., 1589), concerning the Council's letter of recommendation on his behalf, 222; from Asheby (24 Jan., 1589-90), 238; to Asheby (10 Feb., 1589-90), 240; from Asheby (3 June, 1590), 309; Border causes to be referred to him and three others, 312; mediator in the purchase of Liddesdale, 322; working for redress in the Borders, 325; sent to Bowes to hasten action of Border Commssioners, 346; 372; 373; 374; one of Council to govern during the King's absence, 376; Bothwell writes to, for patent, as lieutenantgeneral of the Borders, 391; appointed to deal with Border causes, 399; with Bowes, about Border causes, 442; and the Marches, 471; to be of the King's Council (7-8 Aug., 1590), 479; sent by the King to Bowes, 486; to sign act of Council for delivery of O'Rourke, 492; conmmissioned to examine Bothwell, 506; to Asheby recommending Mr Kelsterne (7 Oct., 1591), 577; answers and orders, concerning the Borders, resolved by, 589; Aston sees, concerning keepership of Liddesdale, 602; 622; chosen Privy Councillor, 683; to examine Ladylands, 823; delivers certain letters to Bowes, 838; letter from Earl of Huntly, 839; plot to kill him, 857.
Hay, Edmund: a Jesuit, 39; 60; conspirator, 83; in Lord Ogilvy's house, 100; a Jesuit at Rome, will help Papists with money, 415; 617-8.
——, Edward: a Jesuit, leaves for the Pope, 200; certain that he sailed on Jesuit business, 203.
—— Father: known to Tassis, 233.
——, Francis: See Errol, Earl of.
——, James, a kinsman to the Earl of Errol, slain by a servant of the Earl of Huntly, 841, 849.
Hebrides, the: 463.
Hemingius: long disputation with James VI. in Denmark on religious subjects, 281.
Heneage (Henege, Henedge), Sir Thomas: 23; 85; 130; letter to, from James VI., 183; letters from Asheby enclosing letters from the King (24 Oct., 1589), 181; his letter to Dacre in packet from Walsingham to Asheby, ib.; (vicechamberlain of Her Majesty's House), from Aston (18 April, 1592), 668; from Aston (25 May, 1592), 676.
Henrison, Mr John: mentioned in intercepted letter of M. Stevenson, 797.
Henry, Nicholas, in Berwick, slain, 852.
——, . . .: a page, 795.
Henry IV., King of France: See France, King of.
Henry VII.: 296.
Hepburn, James: 701.
——, Mr Robert (a minister): 69; sent to the King by Bothwell, 311; (Habburne), 499.
——, (Hebburne), Robert: 407, 408.
——, Robin: lately with Bothwell; to give evidence against Spynie, 771.
——, . . . .: servant to Bothwell, tortured, 621.
Hepburns, the: will join with the Hamiltons, 195; two, taken prisoner by Hamilton, 716.
Hepe, "Sande," of the Clift: at Falkland raid, 743.
Herbert, Doctor: judge appointed, in cause of merchants, 290.
Heretic: in cipher list, 799.
Heriot, William: missive to, taken with Ker, 832.
Hermiston, Laird of: signs band against Bothwell, 559; (Herdmestoun), 710.
Herries, Lord (William Maxwell, Lord Terregles): 27; family connections of, 32; 34; (Heres) to assist Lord John Hamilton during the King's absence, 180; suspicious letters addressed to; suspected of belonging to the Spanish faction, 257; letters in cipher sent to, 264; "instrumentes" appointed to travail with, 266; Lord Scrope to watch, 270; (Hereis) member of Privy Council (1587), 372, 373; offers of service to Elizabeth, through Bowes, 438, 442; unable to help Spanish faction, 699; (a Maxwell), notes on, 715; Andrew Clark gives assurance for (to King of Spain), 804; messenger to the King from Parma; offers services to Elizabeth, 808.
——, old Lord: 32.
Hertford, Earl of: 758.
Hesse: league between, and Protestant countries proposed, 291-2.
——, William, Landgrave of: reply to proposed league of James VI., 384-6; answers the ambassadors of Scotland, 408.
Hetherton, Will, of the Bush: at Falkland raid, 743.
Heuchhead: Robert Hamilton of: 387.
Hills ("hillis"): in cipher list, 799.
Hilton, Mr. Thomas, of Alston Moor: tenants of, discharged, 579.
Hinxton: parsonage of, 78.
Hippolitus, Father: 795.
Holland (Holand): 68; 330; 532; 577; Sir Alexander Stewart offers service to, 545, 579, 614; money owed by, to Colonel Stewart, 622; See also States General.
——, James: a suspected Catholic, 579.
——, William: a Catholic, discovered in Old Aberdeen, 583.
——, . . .: an English priest, passes on Catholic messages to Flanders, 601; to go to Spain, ib.; in Scotland, 666.
Hollanders: Spaniards embarking at Leith, afraid of, 196; at Orkney; in search of Spaniards, 730.
Hollingshed, Raphael: declaration annexed to Chronicle of, 410.
Holstein, John, Duke of: commission addressed mainly to him, and to a few others, 314; negotiations with, by James VI., against Spain, 339; 341-2; the King of Denmark as, consents to help France, 549; enters a league for defence of religion, 863.
Holt, William (Father): a Jesuit, hinders Father Creichton, 230; his attempts to make discord, 234; thought to have come with money for Papists, 424; exhortations to Catholics by, 576-7; confessor to Parma, 728, 733; sends Cranston to Scotland, 747-8.
Holy Island: 139.
Holyroodhouse: See Edinburgh (Holyrood).
Home, Andrew, sheriff: proclamation of the King addressed to, 378.
——, Sir George, of Wedderburn (Comptroller): 128; See also Hume.
Horklay: 381; 391; 397; 449.
Horse, Master of the: See Bothwell, Earl of.
Horsemen: in cipher list, 799.
Hospitals: concerning gifts to, 328.
Hotman de Villiers, Jean (Hottoman): to Mademoiselle Hotman (9 Aug., 1589), 135; (?) to [William Asheby] (20 Aug., 1589), 144; 147.
——, Mademoiselle: from [Jean Hotman de Villiers] (9 Aug., 1589), 135.
Household, Master of, extraordinary: See Melville, Andrew.
——, —— of the King's: See Murray, Sir John.
——, ——, to the Queen: See Vaudervaus, William, 372.
Howard, Lord Charles (2nd baron Howard of Effingham, 1st Earl of Nottingham, Lord High Admiral): from Asheby (8 Dec., 1589),—complaint on behalf of Bothwell against a pirate, 216; acts on behalf of Scottish merchant, despoiled of goods, 237, 238; letters from, regarding English pirates, 430; letters addressed to, by the King, in favour of Cockburn, 436; Douglas asks that pirates may appear before, 534; Bowes informs, of piracy charge, 705; English prisoners at Dundee await his pleasure, 721.
Hudson (Hoodsone), James: letter from Roger Aston (15 March, 1588-9), 7; to Walsingham (31 March, 1589), enclosing letter from Robert Scot, 19; to Walsingham (11 April, 1589), enclosing letter from Fowler, 36; sees letter from Colville, ib.; the Chancellor writes to him, 37; bearer of letter from Walsingham to Maitland, 43; to Walsingham (26 April, 1589), 49; arrives in Aberdeen; speaks with the King and the Chancellor about the Master of Gray, 55; memorial for him on restoration of the Master of Gray, 56; bearer of letter from Walsingham, 63; same, 64; to Walsingham (6 May, 1589), enclosing letter from the Chancellor, 65; same (6 May, 1589), ib.; same (6 May, 1589), 66; Walsingham's letters received at Dundee, and at Edinburgh, ib.; delivers Walsingham's letter to the Chancellor, ib.; to Walsingham (8 May, 1589), enclosing letter from the Master of Gray's brother and from T. Fowler, 67; he is to await the Master of Gray, ib.; his letters to Walsingham sent by the ambassador, ib.; letter to the Master of Gray (7 May, 1589), ib.; to Walsingham (12 May, 1589), 72; will leave Edinburgh as Fowler is fit for the work there, ib.; bearer of credit to Maitland, 75; to Walsingham (17 May, 1589), 76; Walsingham's letters to Wigmore sent by him, 77; Walsingham's letters to Colville sent by him, 78; to Walsingham (22 May, 1589), 79; he writes frankly to Walsingham about Asheby, ib.; to Walsingham (23 May, 1589), writing warmly of the Master of Gray, 80; same, ib.; receives Walsingham's letters (16 May, 1589), ib.; his work for the Master of Gray, 82; to Walsingham (27 May, 1589), 86; recommends the purging of the King's household, 87, 89, 106; hopes his letter with enclosure may be seen by Walsingham alone, 87, 89; awaits the Master of Gray, 86-87; to Walsingham (30 May, 1589), 89; meets Master of Gray at Berwick, ib.; to be sent to Elizabeth, 94, 96; to advise Burghley of what is happening, ib., 110; to Walsingham (11 June, 1589), 99; detained by the King, 106; to Walsingham (16 June, 1589), ib.; 107; to Walsingham (21 June, 1589) 108; commanded to wait upon the King at Hamilton, ib.; wishes some wise man were sent from England, ib.; will keep Walsingham informed, 113; 116; 117; his report of Asheby to Elizabeth, 118; to Walsingham (15 July, 1589), 119; ill-will of Archibald Douglas towards him, 119, 120; his interest in Mr. Hunter, 120; from the Master of Gray (17 July, 1589), ib.; no letters from him have reached the Master of Gray, ib.; to Walsingham (4 Aug., 1589), enclosing letter from Master of Gray, 130; begs for warrant for voyage to Scotland, ib.; 133; requests Fowler to send packet to Walsingham, 158; to Walsingham (27 Sept., 1589), ib.; his letters sent from Walsingham to Asheby, 159; to Walsingham (24 Oct., 1589), 181; seeks a "parcel" of wood from the Master of Glamis, 181; Bothwell causes his letters to be intercepted, 185; apprehended, papers taken from, 192; Fowler's letters sent by him intercepted, 204-5; sent a copy of the King's letter to Huntly without Asheby's knowledge —his acknowledgment of the oversight, 208; to Walsingham, asking assistance for two Scots slaves in Algiers, 224; letter to (15 March, 1589-90), 245; Colville to act towards Douglas according to instructions given to (Aug., 1589), 320; to Burghley (3 July, 1590), 344; warrants sent with, to Maitland, 376; note from Maitland to Burghley, 376-7; commended by Bowes to Burghley, 380; to deliver the King's letter to Burghley about John Leslie, 425; from Roger Aston (7 Dec., 1590), 433; to deal with Burghley over Maitland's appeal for money, 473; to Burghley (23 Feb., 1590-1). ib.; to Aston (23 Feb., 1590-1), 475; Maitland his friend, ib.; to solicit Burghley for the King's pension, 494; to receive the King's pension from Elizabeth, 506; to receive part of Elizabeth's pension for James VI., 518; to Burghley (12 Aug., 1591), 561; letter sent to, by James VI., concerning slayers of Laird of Spott, 584; letters from, to Scotland (Dec., 1591), 593; to Burghley (7 Dec., 1591); consults Maitland; considers the King well aware of all dangers, 594-5; letters addressed to, by Aston, missed by the way, 595; will hinder plans of Lennox for Liddesdale, 596; to Burghley (16 Dec., 1591), 598; Aston's letter left at Berwick by, 607; to Burghley (31 Dec., 1591), 610; Elizabeth well satisfied with, 616; to watch Spanish faction, 618; from Aston (9 Feb., 1591-2), 633; from Aston (11 Feb., 1591-2), 636; Barnbougle writes to, on behalf of his son, ib., 637; to Burghley (17 Feb.) 639; sends on letters to Aston, 648; packet from, forwarded to Aston, 673; to Burghley (8 June), 688; to Burghley (3 July, 1592), 717; attitude of, to James VI. and Elizabeth, ib.; from Roger Aston (28 June), ib.
Hull: 395; 396; 503; 529; 580.
Humber, the: 580.
Hume (Home): home of Lord Hume, 715.
——, Abraham (Hwme), 228.
——, Alexander, of Maunderston: his son slain by Bothwell, 283; Bothwell agrees with, 307; his son appointed to office in Wardrobe, 478.
——, Alexander, of North Berwick: to persuade Lord Hume to submit to the King, 554; signs band against Bothwell, 558; desires passport for Lord Hume, 559; chosen Privy Councillor, 683; cautioner for Lord Hume, bound over, 713; Tantallon Castle to be delivered to, for the King's use, 729.
——, Mr. Alexander, of Peilheuch: charter by, to Mr Alexander King, taken with Ker, 832.
——, Sir Alexander, of Hutton Hall: advises Bothwell, 24; with the King, 25; with the light horse, 61; Richard Blyth delivered to, 387, 390, 476; to confer with English representatives concerning Borders, 485; to persuade Hume to submit to the King, 554; signs band against Bothwell, 558; desires passport for Lord Hume, 559; devotion of, to Elizabeth, 592; (Warden of the East March), not well affected to England, 620; cautioner for Lord Hume, bound over, 713.
Hume, David: called "David the Devil," killed by Bothwell, 283, 307, 411.
——, Sir George, of Wedderburn: to be surety for Lord Hume, 472; signs band against Bothwell, 558; rescues William Carr, 562; cautioner for Lord Hume, 713.
——, George (son of Alexander Hume of Maunderston): appointed to the King's chamber and wardrobe, 276, 372, 478.
——, George: commended by the King to the daughter of the Laird of Auchendown, 335; asked by Maitland to influence the King on his behalf, 381.
——, Sir George: of the King's Chamber, knighted, 416, 470; informs Bowes of the King's resolution regarding Papists, 419; Bowes seeks to devote, to Elizabeth's service, and to reconcile, to Maitland, ib.; the King rides with, 453; benefits from the King's pension from Elizabeth, 473, 506; 496; 575; devotion of, to Elizabeth, 592, 593; in favour with James VI., 595; informed of escape of Spott's murderers, 597; proposed motion against, 608; obtains the King's grant of Coldingham, ib.; blamed by Moray's friends, 644; remains friendly with Huntly, 653, 658; an enemy of the Chamber; tries to hinder holding of Convention, 668; Master of the King's wardrobe; chosen Privy Councillor, 683, 685; anxious for justice for slaughter of Moray, 684; plot against, ib.; receives warning letter from Melville, 704; danger to, from Bothwell's troops, 707-8; 710; quarrels with Spynie, 751; the Queen incensed against, 755; expected to be of the King's Court, 756; Stewart's accusation of Spynie referred to, 759; Angus refuses liberty at hands of, 769; Airdrie and Halkerston taken by and examined before, 771; relations of Angus and Erroll to, 772; attendant upon the King; motion to make, deputy treasurer, 774, 776; adversary of Bothwell, 781; and rumour of Bothwell's submission, 810; intrigue of, in favour of Captain Stewart, against Maitland, 819, 821; messenger between King and Council, 830; 832.
Hume, Sir James (Laird of Cowdenknowes, Captain of Edinburgh Castle): at Council, 2; supports the Chancellor against Huntly, 4; advises Bothwell, 24; 45; with the King, 61; to keep Maxwell prisoner, 90; well affected to England, 151; with his friend Fowler in Edinburgh Castle, 181; to be of the Council during the King's absence, 179, 376; in Council, 184, 372, 373; confers with Lord Hamilton and others about the Borders, 197, 198; signs Council's letter to Elizabeth (2 Jan., 1589-90), 228; to Elizabeth (22 April, 1590), on behalf of two Scotsmen, 279; Border causes referred to him and three others, 312; working for redress in the Borders, 325; charge made to, by the late Thomas Fowler, 329; in the plot against Maitland, 355; 374; his office of Captain of the Castle sought after, 381; letter to, from the King about Bothwell, 382; Bothwell anxious to replace as Captain of Edinburgh Castle, 453; wounded at the King's dealings with him, ib.; Lord Hume assembles friends to help against Innerwick, 457; decree against him, 470; anxious to preserve custody of Castle, ib.; to be of the King's Council (7-8 Aug, 1590), 479; ordered to guard Bothwell strictly, 506, 512; distress of, at escape of Bothwell, 534-5; keeping of Edinburgh Castle to be taken from, 547, 551; custody of Edinburgh Castle to be left in hands of, 552; 553; Maitland's dealings with, concerning Edinburgh Castle, 594; persuaded to retain captaincy of Edinburgh Castle, 596-7, 598, 602, 610, 617; Elizabeth would do well to show favour to, 617; Maitland confers with, concerning captaincy of the Castle, 626, 628-9, 633; dangerously ill, 657; slightly better, 661; death of, 671; friends of, and the Castle, 672; his two sons still in Edinburgh Castle, 673; 679.
——, Lady: 33.
——, Laird of: knighted (1590), 479.
——, Lord, Alexander (Warden of the East Marches): forsakes Bothwell, 25, 27; at Douglas, 27, 37; the King awaits him; his forces accompany the King against Bothwell, 28, 61; 30; 31; family connections of, 32; the King pleased with, 35; a professed Papist, 36; with the King, ib.; seeks Bothwell, 40; the King gives him Sir John Carr's forfeited estate, 45, 61; may renounce his Papistry, ib.; 60; besieges house where Laird of Niddrie is sheltering, 73; Fowler gives banquet to, 79; on jury at trial of Earls, 84; promises to help the rebels, 92; a kinsman of former Prior of Coldingham, 110; the Master of Gray to meet him, 120; his men pursue Bothwell, 146, 148, 150; well affected to England, 151; to assist Lord John Hamilton during the King's absence, 180; will keep turbulent men in order, 181; mortal hatred between him and Earl of Morton, 195; to be in Edinburgh on law day for Lethington, to join the Hamiltons and their friends, 195; on Master of Gray's side, 202; at Peebles with Lord Hamilton, 202, 207; his reconciliation with Bothwell, 272-3, 279; Bothwell rides with, 283; seeks to turn Bothwell against Maitland, 285; Lennox and Bothwell with, at Dunglass, 287; Bothwell goes with, to Fast Castle, 297; relations between, and Lord Fleming, 299; offers to subscribe to the religion, 307; Bothwell comes to Court with, 311; seeks permission to leave Scotland with Bothwell, 312; comes to Leith to speak to Maitland, 315; does not meet Earl of Worcester on the Borders as arranged, 324; 335; has gone to tryst at St. Johnston's, 346; offers men to defend Maitland, 351; and plot against Maitland, 357; leaves Bothwell for Huntly, 365; refused as bond for Bothwell, 380; desires to purchase horses in England, 381; license for, 386, 390, 392; the Privy Council interested in, 401; license to buy horses, 403; sent for, because of disturbance in the King's chamber, 415-6; said to be party to accusation against Maitland, 423; 434; the Stewarts hope he will join them, 437; reconciliation between, and Hamilton; Bothwell refuses to side with Cesford against, 439; effects reconciliation between Huntly and Marishal, 449; his promises of redress on the Borders, 451; the King rides with, 453; to convene with Huntly and others at Montrose, 454; promises of redress for bills of the Middle March, 454-5; list of those filed in bills, on his lands, 455; promises to send men to Bothwell as sureties, 455; assembles friends to help Sir James Hume, in lawsuit against Innerwick; charged by the King to depart, 457; promises redress from his men, 472, 477; fails to present his men, 472; surety for Bothwell (6 Aug., 1590), 479; presents "faulters" for bill of Mindrum, 481; 491; denies plot to kill Maitland, 494; underhand dealing of Maitland between, and Bothwell, 494; thought to favour Bothwell; sent on errands, 513; Francis Dacre goes with, to Earl Marishal, 530; suspected of aiding Bothwell, 536; 540; denies friendship with Bothwell, 543; the King's dealings with, and Maitland, 546; not yet possessed of Bothwell's livings, 547; in Edinburgh, 548; warrant of the King against (28 July, 1591), 548; in plot against Maitland; escapes being imprisoned; advised to submit to the King, 550-1; proclamation against (2 August, 1591), 552; submits to the King, and reconciled with Maitland; breaks fellowship with Bothwell, 554-5; expedition against, stopped, 557; band against, 558; to quit the realm; passport for, asked from Elizabeth, 559; presses earnestly for passport, 560; rescues William Carr, 562; passport for, 564-5; reconciled with Maitland, 565; conference of, with Glamis, 566; entry of, into England, 567; anxious to come home; Lord Sanquhar will meet, in Brussels, 599; not granted leave to return home, 603; passport asked for servant of, 607; attempts to secure his return, 610; a Papist; discontented, 611; discharged from Blackness; seeks to travel through England, 614; license for return of, held up, 629; thought to have taken letters from James VI. to Parma, 633; expected in London, and to have leave to return to Scotland, 661; said to be with Parma, 671; arrives in England; likely to serve Elizabeth; with Archibald Douglas, 688; news of, 700; his movements uncertain, 703; bound over, 713; notes on, 715; 727; messenger to, from Parma, 733; Priory of Coldingham to be given to; anxious to apprehend Bothwell, 741; intrigue to bring into favour at Court, 751; the King wishes him in the house of the Bishop of Holyroodhouse; the Queen greatly offended with, 755; expected to be of the King's Court, 755; reconciled with Fleming; refused tithes of Lawther and Kelso, 765; hostile to Cesford, 769; attempts to take Fernihirst and Hunthill, 772; the ministers and, 773; attendant upon the King; raid on Jedburgh against Bothwell, 774, 776; new faction want him to be Captain of the Guard, 776; to join the King against Bothwell, 779; returns without followers, 780; Councillor about the King; coolness between, and Bothwell over Coldingham, 781; attempted plotting with Bothwell; to appear before Church Assembly, 784; to be approached by Roman Catholic conspirators, 787; to be Grand Master-Stabler, 793; Andrew Clark gives assurance for (to King of Spain), 804; an attempt to save his honour, 805; 810; enmity against Maitland, and Robert Douglas, 811; to "party" Lennox, 813; offers satisfaction to the Church; distrusted, 816; urges the Countess of Bothwell to kiss the King's hand, 817; Bowes leaves, to deal with Bothwell, 818; seeks to surprise Bothwell at Leith, 846.
Hume, Patrick, of Polwarth (Pollard): takes side of Edmonston, his brother-inlaw, 453, 463, 477; cupbearer to her Majesty; not well-affected to England, 620.
——, Robert, of the Heuch (young): near Northumberland, attainted, 687.
——, William: charge made to, by the late Thomas Fowler, 329.
——, Mr. William (lieutenant of the Guard): sends for Pringle, 14; 39; takes Bothwell prisoner to Holyrood, 70, 71.
Humes, the: 29; 113; 122; many in fray at Kelso, 463; the Laird of Spott slain by some of, 572, 575; alleged attempt by them against Bothwell, 841, 846.
Hundalee (Hundelaye) in Roxburghshire: band begun at, 813.
——, Laird of: signs band against Bothwell, 558.
Hungerford, Lord: dissensions between him and other Catholics, 236.
Hunsdon, Lord (Lord Chamberlain of England): assures Elizabeth of Anne of Denmark's arrival, 157; from George Tollye (17 Nov., 1589), 194; rumoured to be going to the Borders with men, 219; not at Court, 239; safe conduct for Bothwell, forwarded by, 243; gets news from Cutty Armorer, 244; letter from, to Bothwell delivered, 247; 267; letter to, from James VI., 436; letter from, delivered in Edinburgh (7 March, 1590-1), 482; from Bowes (24 March, 1590-1), 485; gives order for apprehension of Dickson, 493; Elizabeth's orders to, 593; Hume awaits word from, 688; Bowes writes to, sometimes, 701; Gray has written to, 724, 744.
Hunter, Jenkin: 456.
——, Mr.: in debt, 120.
——, William: 101; to Asheby (3 and 29 Nov., 1589), 187; to Burghley (29 June, 1591), a warning concerning Convention to be held at Edinburgh, 537; to Burghley (6 July, 1591), 542; memorial from, to Burghley, against Alexander Scott, 544; commended by the King as merchant in Spain, ib.
Hunthill, Laird of: 153; signs band against Bothwell, 558; attempt to take, 772, 778-9, 783; Bothwell obtains goodwill of, 776.
Huntingdon, Earl of: 141; to be ready to give assistance to the King's party, 207; (Lieutenant-General of the North of England), to have forces ready to send against Scottish rebels, 211; 344; to accept surety for Bowes, 513; intercepted Catholic letters brought to, 805.
Huntly, Countess of: anxious to enter the Queen's service, 429; her husband's bond suspended at her request, 437; with the Queen, 591; to be reformed by the Ministers, 594; said to be under the King's protection, 641; to leave the Court, 650; to return to Court, 752; to be summoned by the Church Assembly, 780; comes to Court, 782.
——, Earl of (George Gordon, Lord Gordon and Badzenaugh, Abbot of Dunfermline): committed and set at liberty, commander of the guard, 1, 6; lodges in the King's chamber, 1, 3, 6; James VI. dines at his house, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7; affection of James towards, 1, 3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 17; hunts with James VI., 1, 5, 6, 8, 10; retires to Dunfermline, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12; guard taken from him, 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11; Council held to commit, 2; is taken alone, 2; James VI. persuades him from Papistry, 3, 11; flatters James VI., 3; relations with the Chancellor, 3, 4, 9, 10, 13; receives guard again, 4, 6, 7; the King persuades him to be friends with the Chancellor, 3, 4, 5, 9; and with the Earl Marshal, 4, 6; quarrels with the Chancellor, 4; confers with James VI. and Bothwell, 5; his wife goes to Dunfermline, 6; tries to persuade James VI. to go with him, 8; he and his friends might have carried off the King by force, 10; meeting of Erroll, Montrose, Crawford, Bothwell and others at his house at Dunfermline, 10; to go to Strathbogie, ib.; Elizabeth to be told of Huntly's exile, 11; his relations with Bruce, gives information to the Chancellor, 11, 12; his relations with the King of Spain and the Papists, 12; dined with the Chancellor, 12; his obedience to the King—the King promises to test his allegiance, 12; lenience of James VI. towards, 14; the Chancellor thinks him guilty, 15; married to the sister of Lennox, 17, 29; affection of Lennox for him, 17, 36; Alexander Lindsay devoted to him, ib.; Pringle and Bruce at his house in Dunfermline, 17; Pringle questioned about him, 18; the King thinks himself deceived in him, ib.; Fowler reports Bruce to be with him at Strathbogie, 20; Elizabeth offended by the King's lenience towards him, 21; his forces come to Brechin (in pursuit of the Master of Glamis), 25; the King issues proclamation against, ib., 26; the Master of Gray will be against him, 25; comes to Dunfermline, 26, 27, 34, 37; alleges that he is visiting his wife, 27; Bothwell reported to be going to meet him at Edinburgh, ib.; titles and family connections of, 30, 31, 32; Bothwell's relations with, 35; acts against the King's command, 37; the King pursues to his home, 38; prevents Crawford from slaying Master of Glamis, ib.; with Erroll and Jesuits, 41; discouraged —seeks favour again from the King, 42; his forces to meet Bothwell and others at Dunkeld, 44; ordered by the King to surrender his houses—proclaimed rebel and prisoner, ib., 45, 60; sends Master of Glamis to Aberdeen— Captain Car [. . .] one of his men, 45; his house to be rased to the ground, 46; he and his friends slander the Chancellor and Patrick Hamilton, ib.; the quarrel of Sutherland and Caithness prevents them joining him, ib.; draws to the north, 48; at Aberdeen till the King is within 12 miles of it, ib.; will yield conditionally to the King—is induced to throw himself on the King's mercy—is taken prisoner by the Master of Glamis and Carmichael, and sent to Aberdeen, 51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 61; proceedings against his counsellors, 54; lands of, 55; Hamilton and various nobles willing to have him banished, ib., 68; sent as prisoner to Lochleven, 58; at Strathbogie, 60; prisoner in a house in Edinburgh, 61, 62; might have been rescued, 65; his release worked for, displeasing to the Chancellor, ib.; effect on Bothwell of his yielding, 66; cannot prove the Chancellor's knowledge of his treason, 68; seeks audience with the King who refuses to see him, ib.; the Chancellor will not speak with him, ib.; he is suspected of intrigue with the Master of Glamis, ib.; dissembles with the King, 71; kept in Gourley's house, ib.; the King urged to severity in his dealings with; his letter to the King; his letter to the Chancellor, 72; accomplice of Bothwell and others, 73, 77; a convention of his friends in the north, 75; his surrender to the King may save his head, 77; he is to be arraigned, 80, 82, 83, 84; articles of his indictment, 83; his trial and condemnation, ib., 84, 85; his wife pleads for him, ib.; the Master of Gray thinks he and his friends will not be greatly harmed, 86; his wife's dowry, ib.; to come to the King, 90; his protestation to the ministers, 90; his feelings towards the King and the Chancellor, ib.; his submission and confession, 93; his friends, ib.; in Borthwick Castle, 96, 98, 99, 105, 113; the King seeks his friends, 100, 115; has liberty to ride abroad, 102; Master of Glamis suitor for, ib., 106; his friends' houses to be seized, ib.; relations with the Master of Gray, 106-7; the King's clemency to, ib.; abbacy of Dunfermline promised to him, 108; for his wife's sake, 109; has greater liberty, 110; in favour, 128; accused by Erroll, 132; takes prisoner William Forbes of Monymusk, 184, 186-7; Bothwell tries to reconcile him with the Earl of Moray and the Forbeses, 184, 196; renewal of a feud between the Gordons and the Forbeses, 191; to be in Edinburgh with Catholic faction; bribes Earl of Atholl to join them, and Lord Maxwell, 200; Earl of Atholl will not join him, 202; the Master of Gray at law with him, ib.; has quarrelled with the Earl of Moray, ib.; the Master of Gray fears he will come to Edinburgh against him, ib.; the Council of Scotland enjoin him not to come to Edinburgh, 204; a copy of the King's letter sent to him without Asheby's knowledge, 208; at law with the Master of Gray, 212; rumoured to be at the christening of Lord Fleming's child, 215; a son born to him, 244; disorders caused by, 246; Irish bishop said to be with, 250; Bothwell with, 251; 252; keeps resolutions secret, 253; Duke of Lennox dissuaded from visiting, 253; at Buchan with others of faction, 257, 258; meeting at Montrose may not take place, 257; Bothwell with him, 258; Bothwell denies meeting him, 259; preparing a band against him, ib.; the King's halbardiers to be equipped like his, 261; the Stewarts against; to meet Bothwell; his illness, 264; rumoured that he is going to Dunfermline, 264; entreated to move Claude Hamilton to raise horsemen, 266; suspects near him, 270; causes of discord between him and Atholl, 276-7; causes of discord between him and Moray, 277; Bothwell fails as mediator between him and Moray, 279; ill at Spynie, 279; Sir Robert Melville hopes to draw Erroll from, 281; the Bishop of Derry sought for in his house, 284; against marriage of Morton's daughter with Erroll, 285; his petition to depart abroad referred to the King, 285; pretends friendship with Maitland, 294; in Brig of Dee action, 298; plots against Maitland, ib.; dealings with Alexander Lindsay, ib.; the King's dealings with, 300; summons issued against, 301; his uncle a Jesuit, 301; commanded to bring James Gordon to Edinburgh, 306; the King expects he will send the band of the Brig of Dee, and reform himself, 311; sends John Drummond to solicit his cause in court, 325; sues the King's favour, 330; James VI. thinks he will obey him, 331; his friends intercede with the King for Auchendoun, 332; to be warded shortly; offers to surrender Dunfermline; Maitland refuses to trust, 334; his relations with the King, 335; the King's leniency to him, 344; to come to the King's presence, 347; David King, Papist, said to be with, 348; the King willing to receive him, 351; employs Sir Alexander Stewart, 354; in the plot against Maitland, 354-5; may be warded, 357; secret movements of, 359; the King's attitude to, 362, 370; Hume leaves Bothwell for, 365; denied presence of the King, 371; to surrender his interest in Dunfermline, ib.; member of Privy Council (1587), 372, 373; dealings of the King with, 379; Maitland seeks to be reconciled with, 381; would seek restoration of office if Bothwell became lieutenantgeneral of the Borders, 391; his dealings with Duke of Parma, 392, 400; seeks reconciliation with Maitland, 392, 401; the King's relations with, 401, 408-9; against marriage of Lennox and Gowrie's daughter, 410; agrees with Atholl, 410; seeks to bring agreement between Atholl and Erroll, 410-1, 412; Alexander Lindsay compounds with, 411; Papists seek to bring to Court, 412; his movements restricted by the King, 413; the King unable to remove, from his Council, 416; to be forbidden the King's presence, 420; troubles between, and the Grants, pacified, 422; Master of Glamis expected to settle discord between, and others, 423; Maitland said to be attempting reconciliation with, 424; seeks to surprise Atholl, Moray and others, 425; ordered by the King to discharge his forces gathered against Moray, 428-9; his broil with Moray and Atholl, 431; sent to St. Andrews, ib.; brings men against Moray; suspicion that he will receive money from Spain, 433-4; the King promises to watch, 435; comes to Edinburgh with large retinue; forced to give caution for order in the country; the King's partiality for, against Stewarts; joins with Montrose and others; Elizabeth's attitude to, 436-7; his past dealings with the Pope and the King of Spain; his loyalty to Elizabeth and James VI.; James VI. refuses to grant lieutenancy to; reconciliation with Maitland and Hamilton, 437-9; remission granted to, (17 Dec., 1590), 439-40; advised by Maxwell against the Pope and Spain; Atholl and Moray working against; his commission against Clanchattan revoked, 442; Maitland seeks friendship with, at the King's command; Glamis seeks to win good will of, 443; Elizabeth disapproves of, 447; agreement between, and Marishal, 449; affairs with Atholl, Moray and others, to be inquired into, 450; his uncle (Mr James Gordon) denounced, ib.; much favoured by Spynie, 451; ill-feeling between, and Moray and others, continues, 452; to convene with Marishal and others at Montrose, 454; convention with Marishal and others postponed; comes to Edinburgh unbidden; the King displeased, 456-7; warned of the King's restraint of the nobles, 459; in plot against Maitland, ib.; the King still favours, and seeks to compound feuds of, 460; gives cautioners for behaviour, ib.; James Gordon with, ib.; quarrels with Moray and Grant; his commission revoked, 462; his feuds against Atholl and Moray; his forces at Elgin; his raid declared "in the King's service," 469; Bowes wishes Allatt to visit, 473; fray between, and Moray (7 Dec., 1590), 477; remission to (17 Dec., 1590), ib.; Bothwell to compound feuds between, and other nobles, 482; reports of his attempts against Moray, 488; 491; Grant and MacIntosh to hold Moray's forces against, 497; married contrary to command of the Church, 498; to receive George Carr, "Allatt," and others, 501; interest of, in Bishop of Ross, 507; the King and Maitland write sharply to, ib.; little hope of favour at Court, ib.; plots with Earl Marishal against Maitland, 532; comes to Perth with large convoy, 541; his feuds against Moray and Grant, ib.; comes secretly to Edinburgh; summoned by General Assembly, 542; the King refuses him lieutenancy of the north; relations of, with the Church, with Glamis and Maitland, 547; in Edinburgh, 548; sent to take Bothwell, 551; obtains reversion of Dunfermline; to apprehend persons at horn, 552; commits keeping of Bothwell's house to Leslie, 555; his offers of help to the King; expects lieutenancy in the north, 557-8; promises devotion to Elizabeth; to help against Bothwell; Kelso promised to him instead of Dunfermline, 560; may get Spynie's place in the Session, 560; information concerning, to be given to Burghley, 562; receives escheat of Roslin, 564; with the King; Atholl's ill-feeling against, 569; quarrels between, and nobles in the north, 572; the King seeks to appease quarrels of, 572; asks the King's leave for revenge; treacherously slays wellknown nobleman, 574; children of his friends slain in revenge, 575; feuds of, in north not appeased, ib., 579; plays golf with Lennox, 578, 580; warns the King of Bothwell's presence in Leith, 578; Countess of Bothwell speaks bitterly against, 581; deposition of Bothwell's servant in presence of, 581; desires place in Session; aspires to be Chancellor, 586; some nobles unite together for defence against, ib.; professes to be ready to leave Court, 591; his wife with the Queen, ib.; agreement of, with Grant and MacKintosh, 593; Hudson considers he has left his old courses, 594; 600; rules the north, and over Moray, 601; not trusted, 611; a Papist, discontented, ib.; Moray and others against; murders Moray, 613-5; 615; rumour that he will be created Earl of Ross, 619; to take bonds of Grant and MacKintosh, ib.; not well affected to England, 620; Maitland likely to be friendly with, 622; his presence at Court resented, 626; sent with Lennox to apprehend Bothwell, 630; pursues Bothwell; apprehends Smallett, 632; to capture Colville; Moray slain by party of, at Donibristle, 633-4, 679; his pursuit of Bothwell; people's rage against, because of murder of Moray, 633-7, 643; Laird of Calder said to have been slain by his men, 634; claims to have had commission for attacking Moray, 637, 640; the King's slackness in punishing, 640, 643; Catholics appalled by troubles of, 642; date of trial of, fixed; noblemen in favour of, and against; the King petitioned in favour of, 644-5; delivery of, advised against, by the ministers, 645; discontent against; sends Elphinstone to the King, 648; decision of the King and Council regarding, 650-2; at Aberdeen, ib.; attitude of various nobles towards, 653; the King against, ib.; feud between, and house of Moray may be appeased, 654; hope of saving life of, 654; in Blackness Castle, 6545; protests his innocence, ib.; many of his servants with him at Blackness Castle, 656; and the Catholics, 657; Moray's friends seek revenge against, ib.; difficulties of trial of; fear that he may be set free, 658-9; alliances of, by blood and marriage; Bowes sends note of, to Burghley, 661; band of the nobility against, and others, 662; too many friends of, in the King's Chamber; revenge sought against, 663, 664; in favour with some; the King suspected of going to meet; Bowes unable to supply pedigree of, 666-8; Atholl's enemies on side of, 668; friends of, take Dunottar Castle, 669, 672; suspected of dealing with Spaniards, 669; favoured by the King, 670; 671; with Crawford; fears Convention and Parliament, 674; bonds for; at home, 679; justice against, urged by Elizabeth, 681; Maitland seeks justice against, 684, 697; justice against, desirable for peace, 686; and the Jesuits, ib.; reconciliation of, with Erroll, ib.; delay of justice against, 693; rumours concerning, 694; Argyle in feud with, 701; oppressions by; the King's relations with, ib., 705; movement against, for Moray's murder; wants to go abroad; assembles forces in north, 705; miscarriage of plan for justice against, 712; (Seton-Gordon) notes on, 713; band concerning, 716; alarmed, 719; 720; the King's reply to Bowes concerning, 725; his friends band together; choose Auchendoun as chief, 729-30; dislikes match between Forbes and Gowrie's sister, ib.; intrigues between and courtiers, 732; gathers forces; likely to join Bothwell; with Jesuits, 732-3; directed to bring in Caithness, 734; John MacWherry sent to, 735; his licence to depart from Scotland granted, 741; memoranda by, 742-3; petitions for punishment of, 745-6; delay in punishment of, 747; to be charged to bring in James Gordon, ib.; question of his departure from Scotland, 748; not likely to leave the country, 752; attempts to unite him and Bothwell, ib.; makes advances to Bothwell; reported to have come to the King, 7545; to repair to the King, 755; the King's attitude to, 756; effect of Spynie's removal on, 759; advice of friends to; ready for departure, 760; Crawford and forces of; reported agreement with Bothwell; the Countess and Mar's marriage, 764-5; petitions of ministers against, 773; Bothwell anxious to avenge Moray against, 776; friends intercede for, with the ministers; advised to leave Scotland; call for justice against, 782; places provost forcibly in Aberdeen, 784, 801; to be approached by Roman Catholic conspirators; sought for, 787-9; 790; reported to have heard Mass; the King's attitude to, 792; war with Atholl, 8012, 809; Andrew Clark gives assurance for (to King of Spain), 804; his troubles may hinder Catholic cause, 810; friends of, slain by Mackintosh; Atholl goes with forces against, 811-2, 817; troubles with Atholl to be pacified by Angus, 815; Bishop of Ross in house of, 817-9; submits to Angus; makes terms for friends; Mackintosh kills followers of; Atholl and, 820-1; assurance made by Atholl and Angus with, 822; many killed by his followers; suspected meeting of, with Angus and Erroll, 824; suspicious paper signed by, 828; slaying of his people by Mackintosh, 829; a confederate of Spain; troubles between Atholl and, 830; letters for, 831; pledges himself to keep the peace of the country, 839; and seeks the King's favour in regard to lands formerly possessed by the Bishop of Moray, ib.; his conferences with Bothwell, 840, 841, 842; increases his retinue, 841; at variance with Earl of Erroll because of a slaughter, 841, 849; redressing grievances between Sutherland and Caithness, etc., 849; his suspected communings with a Popish Bishop from Ireland, 853; at Perth, 855.
Hutchison, David (Hutchyne): burgess of Kirkcaldy, in trouble with the customs, 529; James VI. writes on behalf of, 702; 705-6.
Huttonhall, laird of: See Hume, Sir Alexander.
Hythonsen, Martin: solicitor for Duke of Florence, 760.