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Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 11, 1593-1595. Originally published by Edinburgh, 1936.

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Abbey. See Holyroodhouse.

Abbotshall (Abbotshaugh), Laird of. See Scott.

Abercromby (Abercrombie, Abircrumby), George: 110.

, Patrick: servant to Bothwell, 191, 445.

—Mr. Robert, Jesuit: letters to and from (under name of Sanderson), taken upon Mr. George Ker, 8, 11 (2), 13, 14, 53, 361; mentioned in intercepted letters, 8, 12; agent in conspiracy of Spanish Blanks, 23, 33, 40, 41, 43, 52, 53, 58, 59, 60; commission for apprehension of, 29, 49; proclamation against (5th March 1592–3), 66; act of caution against (13th March), 70; General Band against, 71; movements of, 77; devices for surprise of, 77, 87–8, 94; proposed departure of, 167, 179; 257; return of, 380, 406; 503; sends Thomas Lyon to recover sight, 612, 614.

, Thomas: 4.

Aberdeen: conference of Huntly and Errol at, 34, 36, 41, 57; King's raid to (Feb.– March 1592–3), 60, 81, 84, 152, 307, 331, 390; proclamation dated at (5th March), 66; act of caution dated at (13th March), 70, 78; General Band at, 70, 78, 211, 256; 94; 108; 142; 166; proclamation at, 167–8, 179; 216; Huntly keeps Christmas at, 261; Catholic Earls convene at, 277, 283; proclamation to meet King at, 311; Spanish gold taken to (April 1594), 326, 330, 336; 347; Flemish ship and Spanish agents arrive at, 378 (2), 379, 380, 382, 384, 387, 392, 406, 415, 419; rebel Earls demand delivery of strangers from, 384–5, 408, 425, 540; magistrates surrender town, 385; rebel Earls in, 386, 391, 404; King's raid to (Oct. 1594), 364, 443, 444, 452, 458, 459, 460, 461, 463, 464, 468, 470, 471, 473, 474; proclamation made in, 453; news from (3rd Nov.), 472; (8th Nov.), 473, 476; (23rd Nov.), 479; (17 Dec.), 497; Duke at, as Lieutenant, 499, 506, 507, 508, 510, 513, 536; Gight and Cluny at, 517, 520, 534; Huntly embarked at, 554, 559, 563, 570.

Aberdeen, Bishop of. See Cunningham, Mr. David.

, minister at. See Blackburn, Mr. Peter.

, provost of, 179, 404; charged to appear before King and Council, 391, 402; Huntly threatens Provost and bailies, 380; letter of defiance to (19th July 1594), 385.

, shire and sheriffdom of: 472, 513; barons of, called to Parliament, 347; commission to barons in, 536.

, synod of: 382.

Aberdour (Aberdore): 136, 664, 704.

Abergeldie (Abergeldy, Aberzeldie), Laird of. See Gordon.

, house of: 474.

Abernethy (Abirnethie): 52, 58, 60.

Abolition, Act of: 229, 232, 233, 235, 236, 245, 249, 250; Elizabeth's opinion of, 239, 240, 258; refusal and revocation of, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 268, 271, 273, 277, 339.

Achaius, King of Scots: 480.

Achesone, John: 276

Achingrayth, Laird of: 15.

Achinson, William: assumed name. See Angus, Earl of, William.

Adam, Fergus: assumed name. See Errol, Earl of.

Adams, Thomas: 616.

Adamson, Patrick: Archbishop of St. Andrews (late Bishop), 64, 494 n.

Adelantado (Abhelando), the: 6, 7.

Aerssen, C.: 105.

Aguirre, M. Francisce: letter to, 54.

Aiala, Philip de: 611, 614.

Airdrie, Laird of: letter to Bothwell (8th Oct. 1593), 192.

Airth, Laird of. See Bruce.

, church of, 646.

Aist, A. st (cipher name): 498, 502.

Akeman, Mr. David: 169.

Aldie (Ady), Laird of. See Mercer.

Alençon, Duke of (brother of France): proposed marriage to Elizabeth, 674.

Allen, John: 115.

Allen, William, Cardinal: 16, 23; letter to, 5, 7; rumoured practices of, 401; dead, 566.

, William: supporter of Bothwell, 445, 450.

, —: Jesuit, 425.

Allister: 14.

Alnwick: 97, 106, 218, 226, 232, 249.

Altrie (Altrye), Lord (Robert Keith): 347, 577 and n.

Altyre (Alter), Laird of. See Cumming.

Ambrose, St.: 349.

America: cipher name for Lennox. See Lennox, Duke of.

Amisfield, Laird of See Charteris.

Anderson, Thomas: letter to, 4.

, Mr.: 332.

, —: servant to Bothwell, 445.

, —: late preacher at London, 325, 338.

Andrews (Andro), John: 546, 642.

Anellanedus, James, Jesuit: letter to, 9.

Angus (Angusse), Earl of (Archibald, fifth): 444.

, — (Archibald, sixth): 309, 362.

, — (William, ninth): 56.

, — (William, tenth): guides King, 5; letter from, taken upon Mr. George Ker, 7, 53; signatory to Spanish Blanks, 15, 17, 33, 36, 37, 40, 43, 44, 50, 52, 58, 59, 61, 78, 90, 194, 239, 361, 503; imprisonment of, 15, 17, 22–3; 18; his friends ask mediation of Bowes, 25; examination of, 29; King's raid against, 48, 72; escape of, 49 and n., 173, 256, 276; suits for possessions of, 57; movements of, 57, 77, 80; Bothwell sought relief from, 63; plot to surprise King in country of, 65; proclamation against (5th March 1593), 66; act of caution against (13th March), 70; General Band against, 70–1; possessions seized, 72; solicitors make overtures to England, 81, 128; conference with Huntly and Errol, 89, 91; accusation against, 91; deliberations of King and councillors anent, 93; Dickson offers to win over, 98; movements of, 100; George Ker promises amends to, 103; intended forfeiture frustrated by insufficiency of summons, 87, 97, 117, 118, 121–4, 127, 140, 141, 694, 695, 698, 701; rumours of Spanish aid for, 123, 700; 702; solicitors working for, 117, 128, 694 704; effect of change in Court upon, 131, 132, 136, 142; at Douglas, 143; dealing with Bothwell, 150, 167; at the Newhouse, 151, 159, 176, 181; in small danger from Convention (Sept. 1593), 159, 170, 171; English agents deal with, 159, 167, 179; has kept court openly, 167; seeks access, 176, 180, 185, 198; King promises to use advice of Elizabeth and Kirk in dealing with, 177, 179, 180, 199; report that Elizabeth entreats King for, 177, 186; Lady Morton affectionate to, 179; excommunication of, 182, 183, 189, 204, 208; hopes to recover King's favour, 190, 192, 194; proposed trial of, 194, 195, 199, 200, 203–4, 205, 207, 208, 210–11, 229; reported resolutions of, 195; letter to Elizabeth (11th Oct.), 196, 213, 230; deals with Mr. Archibald Douglas, 197, 230, 251; letter to (22nd Oct.), 209; submission to King at Fala, 200, 201, 202, 207; Morton subdues affection for, 205; Convention at Edinburgh anent (12th Nov. 1593), 214, 226, 232; proclamation anent, 215; kept out of Linlithgow, 215; movements of, 224, 227; Lincluden favours, 225; overtures to Chancellor, 227; Act of Abolition for, 229, 232, 239–40, 250, 263; memorial for Zouche concerning, 243; seeks to convey inheritance to son, 250; to join Huntly and Errol, 251; named in memoranda, 252, 253, 256, 257; proclamation repealing Act of Abolition, 260; offers to ministers, 260, 263; proposed warding of, 273–4, 283, 284, 319, 325, 330, 331; 280; movements of, 283, 285; keeps two Jesuits, 285; raid against, deferred until after forfeiture, 309, 319, 322–4, 331; forfeited in Parliament (May– June 1594), 309, 347, 359, 361; Towye repairs to, 329; lately at Brechin, 331; suspected by Huntly, 331; Assembly sends declaration to King anent, 339; writes of support brought in at Montrose, 359; summons of treason against, 361; houses of, to be delivered, 364; counsels Huntly, 370; suit for lands of, 375; demands Spanish strangers from Aberdeen, 380, 384, 385, 391; deals for band between Bothwell and Catholic Earls, 381, 399, 427, 429, 431, 433, 434, 444, 522, 525; deliberations for raid against, 389; reported surprise of Aberdeen by, 404; memorial for Sussex concerning, 408; sends offers to King, 431, 451; overthrow sought, 450; proposed enterprise of Bothwell and, in south, 452, 453, 454, 456; Ochiltree attempts to apprehend, 455, 473; Huntly and Errol accuse, 469; letter from Huntly to, intercepted, 473; King purposes raid against, 477, 478; passes north to meet with the rest, 489, 495, 497, 499; reported to plot with Bothwell for surprise of King, 504, 505, 506; said to be still in Caithness, 506, 508, 511; Balwearie confesses band written by, 517, 522, 525; Duke had no dealing with, 536; promoted enterprise against King, 538; lies quiet, 539, 540, 543; eldest son with Morton, 539, 574; Duke has gift of living of, 540, 553, 579; suits for same benefits as others and to depart, 554, 555, 576, 624, 631; Myreton's tabernacle said to be for, 559, 569; sick, 559, 560, 570; willing to be reconciled, 563, 654; friends hope to do for, 566; written to, to remain, 574, 598; obscure at home, 575; living claimed for son of, 576, 579; stay of, suspicious, 585; Cecil, Jesuit, said to be with, 609; Thomas Lyon recommended to, 612, 615; dealings for, but nothing done, 654, 680, 687, 689; advertisements of, 672, 690; 696; 701.

Angus, Earl of. See also Catholic Earls.

, —, brother of. See Douglas, Francis; house of, see Tantallon.

, Countess of (Elizabeth Oliphant): 359, 632.

, John, monk of Dunfermline, 111.

, district of, 91, 94, 339, 419, 445, 452, 509, 515, 522; barons of, 190, 195, 205, 387.

, presbytery of: 182, 183, 204, 379; letter to Presbytery of Edinburgh from (17th July 1594), 382.

Annandale: 338.

Anne of Denmark, Queen, wife of James VI.: 9, 18; intercedes for Mr. George Ker, 22; mission of Lord Burgh to, 65, 71; efforts to reconcile her with Chancellor, 73, 77–8, 80, 82, 88, 89–90; favours Lady Huntly's abode at Court, 93, 97; to be invested in Dunfermline, 94; letter to Elizabeth (8th June 1593), 96; Chancellor makes satisfaction to, 100, 101, 102, 118, 119, 120, 694, 694–5, 696; ratification by, 110; writes to Elizabeth by Melvill, 114, 125; Council assigned to, 120, 697; assurances for dower of, 121, 124, 127, 698, 701; comes to see solemnities, 701; from Elizabeth to [July 1593], 126; dines with Danish ambassadors, 136; will follow King, 147; displeasure against Chancellor, 150, 159, 176, 180, 184; reported to be with child, 166; sends for Lady Huntly, 171, 181, 321; dislikes courtiers, 196, 224, 230–1; Bowes to report anent, 212; reconciliation with Chancellor, 224, 228, 234; favours Bothwell, 229, 233–4; stays King, 236; prepares for birth of child, 237, 245, 248; King enters into loving band with, 237; Chancellor directs course to please, 237; Elizabeth to (31st Dec.), 244, 290; taxation for charges of, 246; goes to Stirling, 250; Bowes makes means to move, to draw King from Papists, 262; birth of Prince, 280, 286, 297; little pleased with King, 319; theft of jewels of, 339, 342, 343, 344, 356; purposed to persuade King to reformation, 343; gives over-great countenance to Lady Huntly, 368, 370; conceives new hatred against Bothwell, 377; retires to Falkland, 377; King jealous of Duke and, 386–7, 397, 399, 416; Elizabeth sends letter of congratulations to, 407, 410, 422, 423; Bowes moves her to favour prorogation of baptism, 420; requested Colville to go up, 424; 435; to Elizabeth (9th Sept. 1594), 436; her cooper apprehended, 441; 442; reconciliation likely with Chancellor, 446; intercedes for young Logie, 451–2; commits credit to Bowes, 463; proposed journey north to King, 466, 468, 472; shows displeasure towards Chancellor, 476; visit from Duke of Lüneburg's brother to, 479; Aston has good credit with, 492; Chancellor seeks reconciliation with, 498; memoranda anent, 502; suits for Balwearie's life, 524, 528; to go with King to Stirling, 527, 529– 30, 537, 539; reconciliation with Chancellor, 531, 535, 537, 539, 541, 543; Chancellor thought to stir, against Mar, 531, 546, 548; motion for keeping of Prince and of Stirling and Edinburgh Castles, 545, 546, 548, 549, 550, 553, 554, 555, 575, 579, 580; quarrels with town of Edinburgh, 548; King writes for beer for, 550; to go to Stirling, 552, 554, 555, 559, 562, 566, 567, 570; again displeased with Chancellor, 552, 554, 559, 571; King gives Myreton's tablet to, 559, 561, 566, 569; Chancellor prevails with, 562, 566, 594, 601; in Myreton's instructions, 573; to go to Falkland, 575; agrees well with old Lady Mar, 576; at Stirling, with no great contentment, 579; movements of, 583, 584, 585, 587; renews proposition to take custody of Prince from Mar, 586, 588, 589, 594, 602, 603, 607, 609, 616, 617, 621, 626, 635, 637, 640, 660, 662–3; to be at marriage of Lord Glamis, 588, 594, 595, 599, 601; sick at Linlithgow, 588; desires portrait of Elizabeth, 594, 618; Agnes Murray deals with, 597; goes to King after travails to stay her, 599–603; sick at Linlithgow, 603, 604, 606, 607, 610; Master of Glamis talks with, 609; denies presence to Mar, 610, 615, 618; Chancellor confers with, 615; Blantyre confers with, 617; will not go to Stirling, 618; at Edinburgh with Chancellor's faction, 624, 631; murderers of Forrester supported by, 625, 639, 640, 654; at marriage banquet, 627; 630; to go to King at Falkland, 631, 633–4, 635, 637, 642, 643–4, 646, 651, 652, 653; incited by Edinburgh faction against King and Mar, 639, 640, 641, 646, 651, 652, 661; Chancellor under promise to, 641, 653; is not as they pretend to be, 654; King comes to Edinburgh to, and defeats plot of faction, 657, 658, 659, 662–3, 666; indignation against Mar, 659; to go to King at Falkland, 659, 660, 663, 667, 669, 672, 678; Chancellor in a strait between King and, 666, 671, 673; division between King and, 669–672, 683, 689; Johnstone seeks support of, 672; agreed with Mar, 678–9, 681, 683, 690; confers with ministers and agrees with King, 679, 681; movements of 678, 680, 681; unwilling to go to Stirling, 682, 687, 689; mother bids her obey King, 682; letter to Elizabeth (25th August 1595), 689.

Anne of Denmark, Council of, 120, 343, 368, 537, 541.

, father of. See Frederick II.

, servant of. See Douglas of Longniddry.

Anstruther (of that Ilk), young Laird of: supporter of Bothwell, 440, 441, 502; her Majesty's cooper, 441; instrument in Queen's quarrel with Edinburgh, 548.

, town of, 142.

Anthony, Father Francis: intercepted letter from Mr. James Gordon to, 10.

Anton: 125.

Antwerp (Handwerp), 54, 88, 247, 319; Huntly in, 609, 618; letters dated at, 14, 613, 615.

Apleby, Thomas: 115.

Apnadaill: 255.

Apostolic Camera, 611, 613.

Appin. See Stewart of the.

Aquaviva, Claudius, General of the Jesuits: 563, 565.

Aquila, Juan del: 7.

Arabia (Arabia Petrea): cipher name. See James VI.

Arbroath: 81.

, abbacy of: 128, 343.

Archduke Ernest (Ernestus). See Ernestus.

Archibald, Mr. John ("filius"): agent of England to report about Irish matters, 501, 518, 529, 599, 605 and n., 652, 657; letter to Bowes from (24th July 1595), 654; to Nicolson (9th Aug.), 673; same (22nd Aug.), 686; 690.

Ardencapel, Macaulay of: 338, 344.

, house, 344.

Ardkinglass (Ardkinglas, Archindlayes, Arkinlace, Arkenles), Laird of. See Campbell.

, place of: 622.

Ardmackarne. See Hay.

Ardmanach: 255.

Ardnamurchan (Ardinwich, Ardmuich). See MacIan.

Argyle (Argayill): proposed raid by men of, 117, 120, 694, 697; news from, 123, 700; 202; 254; 255; 389; 487; 497; MacLean in, 606, 609, 618, 622, 635; 634; Argyll goes to, for service against islesmen, 636, 643, 644, 650, 651, 655, 657, 668, 670, 671, 676; MacLean with Argyll in, 685.

Argyll, Bishop of: 347.

, Earl of (Archibald, seventh), Lord Chief Justice: 5, 14, 19; banded against Huntly, 74; desires Lochaber, 84; signs band against Bothwell (1st May 1593), 86; refuses assurances to Lady Huntly's servants, 89; Doune committed to, 91; pursues murderers of Calder, 99, 102, 116, 170, 338, 370, 376, 378, 693; street fray between followers of Hamilton and, 102, 106–7, 116, 693; at Court, 120, 697; carries sceptre at opening of Parliament as Lord Chief Justice, 124, 701; resorts to Parliament house, 128; followers raid Huntly's bounds, 137; at meeting at Newhouse and supports Bothwell and Stewart faction, 139, 141, 147, 149, 158, 705; not present at mediation between King and Bothwell, 161, 162; supports Atholl and opposes Huntly, 140, 160, 166, 194, 320, 331, 344; 238; directed to prevent help being sent to Ireland, 246, 250, 258, 420; resolute against Huntly, 250; 254; 255; friends will not support Huntly against, 261; will not support Bothwell in attempt against King, 299; Mar sent to, 320, 331, 370, 378; called to Parliament, 347; forces invade Huntly, 364, 370, 378; false rumour about, 381; named Lieutenant in raid against forfeited Earls (25th July 1594), 380, 389–90, 392, 393, 394, 398, 400, 414, 419, 420, 422, 424, 426, 432, 444, 446, 449–50; feud against Ogilvie, 398; discords among friends of, 400, 476, 507; 403; letter to James VI. (28th Aug.), 419; ministers with, 420, 422; goes forward on raid to battle of Benrinnes, 449– 50, 452–3, 456–60, 472, 478, 566, 591; Bowes sends agent to army of, 452, 456; Tyrone and O'Donnell request aid from, 457–8, 476, 487, 500, 518, 573, 581, 582–3, 620, 623, 643; Elizabeth to (25th Oct. 1594), 467, 474, 499, 501; King proposes to make him Lieutenant in the north, 469, 470, 473, 474; at variance with Atholl, 474, 486, 489, 509, 510, 511, 533; promises good offices to Elizabeth, 476–7, 485, 495; Donald Gorme refuses to come to, 477; to Bowes (29th Nov.), 482; at Convention with purpose to remove officers of state, 484, 487, 488, 494, 495; desires to proceed against Huntly or leave the country, 487, 496, 504, 505, 506; to convene at Stirling, 498; Colville goes to, 500, 507; memoranda anent, 502; raids by broken highlanders of, 504–5, 506, 509; not likely to take care of Irish matters, 506, 507, 517, 535; to come to Edinburgh to Convention, 507, 510, 511, 512, 519, 520, 523; rebel Earls and others banded against King and, 510; has redressed disorders of his highlandmen, 512; in hot passion against opponents at Benrinnes, 512; committed to ward, 523, 526, 527, 528, 530, 531, 535, 537, 538, 539, 541; offers for liberty (22nd Feb. 1594–5), 540; is relieved, 543, 545, 547; King will take order about Irish matters with, 527, 542; hardness of Chancellor to, 528, 537, 543, 547; with King and Mar at Stirling, 546, 547; to deal with Queen, 549; at Convention, 549; supports Mar, 551, 552; goes to Stirling, 554, 555; travail with, on Irish matters, 555; MacLean proposes cooperation with, anent Ireland, 557, 558, 560, 581, 585, 592, 650; to Bowes (23rd April 1595), 582; desires to depart the realm, 584, 586; report of discord with Mr. George Erskine, 600, 605; reported to have dealings with islanders, 605, 608; discord with Angus MacConnell, 606, 632, 634, 636, 642–3, 677; confers with Nicolson and King on Irish matters, 618–20; to meet with MacLean in Argyle, 618, 620, 622, 623, 629, 638, 644; supports Mar for revenge of death of Forrester, 625, 627, 630; advises Moray to delay journey, 625; Nicolson deals with, 627, 629; makes concord between Montrose and Sandilands, 632; does not agree with friends, 633; Bowes writes to, 636, 642, 646; sick, 639, 642; should be secured for her Majesty's service, 640, 652, 657, 671, 686, 688; accompanies Mar, 641; reports proceedings of Island chiefs, 642–3; should be appointed admiral of west seas, 643, 645; goes to Stirling, 643, 650; to Bowes (19th July 1595), 646; Auchinross awaits, 650; Elizabeth to (23rd July), 651, 665, 671, 676; comes home for safety of Argyle, 655, 656, 657, 661; sends for MacLean, 655, 668, 684, 685, 688; islesmen send offers to, 657, 661, 671, 676; directs MacLean to assail islesmen, 661; Bowes writes to, 665, 672, 676; to Bowes (7th August), 672; to Elizabeth (7th Aug.), 673; confers with Nicolson about restraint of islesmen, 676–7, 686; does not know of Elizabeth's intelligence with MacLean, 678; King writes to, 680, 681–2; Morton to seek support of, 682; sends King news of Ireland, 683, 686; would follow counsel of Bowes and MacLean, 685; ready to invade MacConnell, 686; Erskine reports services of, 687–8; King receives MacLean in presence of, 691.

Argyll, Countess of (Agnes Douglas, daughter of Earl of Morton): 414, 605.

, — (wife of fourth Earl). See MacLean, Catherine.

Arkleton (Erckilton): 627.

Armorer (Armour, Armourer), Cuthbert (Cuddye), 27, 125, 129, 237, 395.

Armstrong of Kinmonth, William: raid of, 218.

— of Mangerton: raid by, 218, 222.

— of Whithaugh: 205.

Armstrongs, Armstrongs of the Gingills: feud with Buccleuch, 466, 477, 599; raid of, 600, 602, 627, 633.

Arnold, Edmund: 308.

, Mr. (? Edmund): 485.

Arnott, John: 85, 189.

Arran (Awing) Isle of: 117, 120, 254, 656, 660, 661, 665, 694, 697.

Articles, Lords of the (Parliament of July 1593): 118, 125, 127, 129, 141, 695, 702; (September 1593), 168, 173–4; (May 1594), 340, 347, 348.

Asheby (Ashby), Mr. (William, envoy to Scotland in 1588): 102, 221, 675.

Assintrilly [? Ashintully]: slain at Benrinnes, 457.

Aston (Ashton), Mr. Roger: agent between King and Bowes, 40, 208, 219, 288, 485, 492; letter to Bowes from (21st March 1592–3), 74; Bowes accredits to Burghley, 99, 100; money for James VI. paid to, 103, 115, 133–4, 276, 471; to Hudson (30th May 1594), 348; letters from Burghley to, 419; to Bowes (29th Nov.), 483; same (3rd Dec.), 487; Hudson commends to Cecil, 492, 502; to Bowes (12th Dec), 494; memoranda anent, 502; agent with King in matter of Ireland, 504, 527, 530, 680; petitions Elizabeth, 513; to Bowes (18th Jan. 1594–5), 514; same (24th Jan), 519; same (29th Jan.), 523; Nicolson transmits letters of, 526, 576, 600, 621, 665; to Bowes (14th Feb.), 534; same (22nd Feb.), 540; same (4th March), 545; Hudson wishes letter returned, 550; to Bowes (15th March), 550; same (22nd March), 554; King speaks of Fletcher, the player, to, 555; to Bowes (24th March), 556; same (27th March), 561; same (10th April), 574; same (12th April), 578; same (18th April), 580; same (8th May), 588; same (16th May), 594; sent by King to Queen, 599; to Bowes (28th May), 601; same (30th May), 601; same (7th June), 607; to Nicolson (17th June), 610; to Bowes (20th June), 617; caused King to give audience to Nicolson, 619; procures King's proclamation, 633, 636, 640; to Bowes (9th July), 634; same (15th July), 641; to have escheat of rebels' goods, 657, 678, 680; Blantyre sends message to King by, 658; to Bowes (26th July), 658; same (31st July), 661; same (6th Aug.), 671; same (15th Aug.), 680; to Nicolson (20th Aug.), 683; same (26th Aug.), 691.

Athanasius, St.: 349.

Atholl (Athol), Earl of (John Stewart, fifth); commission to, to apprehend Gordon and Abercromby, 29, 34, 41, 49; fit leader of English party to serve against Spanish faction, 32, 46–7, 49, 94, 98; feud with Huntly, 35, 48, 74, 82, 88; wishes custody of MacLean's son, 49, 89; King proposes to make Lieutenant against Earls, 68, 77, 81; lands of rebels appointed to, 72, 73; tempted by Huntly for agreement, 81, 82, 88, 238; Marischal charges, 83; letter to Bowes from (20th April 1593), 84; has wardship of Moray, 91, 163, 191; servants slain by Ogilvies, 102; at Convention and Parliament (July 1593), 117, 119, 121, 124, 128, 693, 695, 698, 701; Bowes advises him not to band with Stewarts, 117, 694; at Court, 120, 697; brings Bothwell to King, 130, 132, 148–9, 150 (cf. 705); speaks with Bowes about Bothwell, 131; in Council, 132; forces of Huntly and, to be dispersed, 139, 140, 141; Chancellor appeals to, 140; in Edinburgh, 143; on assize for trial of Bothwell, 144; party to the accords with Bothwell, 146, 148, 151, 163; report that will leave Court, 147; parties Chancellor against Queen, 150; banded with Bothwell in offers to Elizabeth, 154, 158, 160, 193; Mackintosh joined with, against Huntly, 160, 163, 165, 236; rumoured encounter with Huntly, 166; dines with Bowes, 176; King seeks to reconcile with Huntly, 186, 189–90; King's raid and wrath against, 191, 193, 194; to Bothwell (8th Oct. 1593), 193; would hold Perth against rebels, 202, 205; Huntly gives up assurance with, 236, 238; warded, 246; 256; commission to Huntly against, 261; party to Bothwell's enterprise against bad instruments, 267, 270, 282, 299, 304, 305, 306, 308, 309, 310; letter to ministers, 309, 327; prosecuted for practising with Bothwell, 319, 324, 325; feud against Huntly, 320, 325, 344; Ochiltree goes to, 321; King seeks to draw from Bothwell, 344, 370, 373; received to favour on conditions, 360, 370, 374, 381; Bothwell reported to have gone to, 363, 381; makes no stir, 378; King sends Mr. Patrick Galloway to, 389–90, 400; commission of lieutenancy to, against rebels (25th July 1594), 389–90, 392, 393, 394, 398, 400, 419, 453; 396; to defend own bounds, 432; lies off from Argyll, 450, 453, 474; reconciled with Huntly, and said to be included in band with Bothwell, 471–2, 486, 489, 510, 522, 524, 525, 526; troubles between Argyll and, 486, 489, 510, 511; 497; banded with Ogilvie and suspect, 500, 501, 512; coming to Convention, 507, 509–10, 512, 519, 520 523; warded for quieting of Highlands, 523, 526, 528, 531, 535, 541, 543, 547, 563, 576, 589; Forbes intends agreement of Argyll and, 533; shall be for Elizabeth, 585; very sick, 618, 621; won to Chancellor's party, 624.

Atholl, Countess of (Mary Ruthven, daughter of William, Earl of Gowrie): 81; assists in Bothwell's access, 132; 147; reconciles Bothwell and Master of Gray, 163; dines with Bowes, 176; Bowes recommends token for, 190; receives money from Huntly, 472, 510; agrees husband and Huntly, 489.

: 91, 255; braes of, 254; broken men of, 497.

, Blair in: 453.

Atkinson, William: feigned name. See Angus, Earl of, William.

Auchindoun (Auchendoun, Auchendown, Auchindowne), Laird of. See Gordon.

, house of: 73, 464–5, 468, 469; battle near, 456, 457; (Craig of Auchindoun), 479.

Auchinross (Achinros, Achenrosse, Achnros, Auheinroiche), John, servant of MacLean, agent in matter of Ireland: 567, 583, 605 and n., 608, 670, 677, 678, 684, 685; letter to Bowes from (25th March 1595), 557, 558, 560, 581, 591; same (10th May), 592; same (11th May), 593; to Colville (21st May), 597; to Nicolson (22nd June), 618; to John Cunningham (22nd June), 622; references to letters and reports from, 636, 643, 652, 655, 657; to Cunningham (9th July), 638; Cunningham to (16th July), 644; to Bowes (22nd July), 647; to Nicolson (22nd July), 648; the same, 650; same (1st August), 664; to Cunningham (31st July), 667; to Nicolson (31st July), 668; to Bowes (22nd Aug.), 685; same (29th Aug.), 691.

Aumale, Duke d': 324.

Aumont, Marshal d': 461 and n.

Ayr, burgh of, 77; represented in Parliament, 347; ship arrested at, 577; 586; 627; letter dated at, 628; proclamation to be made at, 642, 649; Irish goods confiscated at, 657.

Ayr, Sheriff of. See Campbell of Loudoun.

Ayton (Aiton), Laird of. See Hume.

Azores (Asores): 36.