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Index: F

Pages 745-748

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

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F.

Fabius: 6.

Fairlie of Braid, (Alexander): 257.

Faithley Haven. See Fraserburgh.

Fala (Fallye, Fawley): submission of Earls at, 200, 201, 219, 221.

Falkirk: 202, 646.

Falkland: King will go to, 129, 136, 704; 139; King returns to Edinburgh from, for trial of Bothwell, 142, 144, 146; King goes back to, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 176; King departs from, for Stirling, 151; Huntly purposed to take King at, 160; King ready to go to, 170; Angus seeks access at, 176; Bothwell's answer taken to King at, 180; Huntly at, 183, 185, 190; 339; Queen goes to, 377; King at, 456; King and Queen will dwell at, 570, 575, 576, 601; King goes to, 594, 599; Queen to meet King at, 618, 624, 626, 635, 642, 643, 646, 651, 652, 653, 660, 663, 669, 672, 673, 678; King returns to, 621, 624, 626, 630, 631, 633, 639, 645; Mar rides to, 631, 639; King sent for Blantyre to, 641; King summons Chancellor to, 643; King returns to, 646, 652, 653, 658, 659, 660; King summons Chancellor and Mar to, 662; King buck-hunting at, 667, 669; Aston with King at, 671; King and Queen will go to, 680; sermon at, 681; King comes from, 682; Master of Glamis sought to speak with King at, 687; King minds to be at, 689.

, raid of (June 1592): 4; proclamation against Bothwell's assisters at, 16; bill for Englishmen at, 32, 42, 64, 65, 96, 114, 125, 233; 38; 46; 103; remission for, 148, 171, 180; proclamation against participants at, 285; charged against Spott, 591.

Faudonside (Fawdenside), Laird of. See Ker.

Fausyde, George: letter to Mr. Arohibald Douglas from (28th Jan. 1592–3), 31.

"Faythfull Gawane": letter from Mr. James Murray to (16th Aug. 1594), 416.

Felton, Anthony: 115.

Fentoun, John: 110.

Fenwick. See Finix, Mr.

Fergus, King: 638, 644.

Ferguson (Fergussoun), David, minister: 113; commissioner to King, 182; to rebuke Earl and Countess of Morton, 182; commissioner, to remain in Edinburgh, 204.

Fermanagh: 466.

Fernihirst (Ferniherst, Farniherst), Lady (Anna Stewart), 548; and see Kerr.

, house of: 205.

Ferrara, Duke of: 401.

Ferria, Duke of: 16.

Fettercairn (Fetterkarne): 431.

Fielding, Mr.: 547.

Fife: Huntly in, 119, 696; commissioners appointed for, 204, 208; 284; soldiers join Bothwell, 304, 308, 319; proclamation for levying forces of, 311; 370; Lady Huntly goes to, 375; 381; 404; 424; Bothwell goes to, 445, 453; King had enterprise in, 456; 556; coining in, 579, 580; 583; 585; 609; King's faction masters in, 627.

, barons of: to furnish fifty horsemen for King's guard, 25; approve excommunication of Catholic lords, 189, 190, 195; assist to keep Perth against Catholic Earls, 205; called to Parliament, 348; offer forces for King's raid, 387.

, barons, ministers, and burgesses of: convention of, appeals to King, 21; King delivers articles to commissioners of, 21, 24; conference with King, 24–5; answer to articles, 26; convene at Edinburgh, 214.

— ministry of: suspected of supporting Bothwell, 302–3.

, provincial synod of: Acts of (25th and 27th Sept. 1593), 181; excommunicates Catholic lords, 182, 189; letter from (27th Sept.), 183; Lord Hume has not satisfied (assembly of), 341.

Finhaven (Fynhaven): 82, 89.

Findlater, Laird of. See Ogilvy.

Fingask (Fingas, Fynzeis, Fenes), young Baron of. See Dundas.

Finglassy: 112.

Finix [? Fenwick], Mr.: Bothwell at house of, 129.

Finlayston: 623.

Fintry (Fintray, Fintrie, Fintre), Laird of. See Graham.

FitzJames, Sir Piers: 586.

Fitzwalter (Fitzwaters), Viscount. See Sussex, Earl of.

Flanders: mentioned in intercepted letters, 4, 7, 10; 81; 88; 107; 108; 167; money sent from, 227; forces expected from, 228; Mr. James Gordon goes to, 234, 503; 247; secret mission to, 321, 343, 371; 375; Mr. Walter Lindsay gone to, 419; Bothwell said to be gone to, 483; stranger with Huntly sent to, 522; Huntly and Errol look for money from, 554, 556; letters intercepted in, 561, 562, 568; 562; King has not good answer from, 563; 563; 603; 650; 700.

Flanders, Estates of: 394. See also Flemish; United Provinces.

— leather, 644.

, West: 216.

Fleming, Lord (John, sixth): party to Border broil, 83, 90, 92, 99; commanded to depart from Edinburgh, 103; on assize for trial of Earls, 200; 256; called to Parliament, 347; in Convention (Nov. 1594), 484; convened against Mar, 631, 639; supports Airth and Dunipace against Mar, 652, 654, 659; agreed with Drumalzier, 658; supports Chancellor's side, 660.

, Gerard: 338.

Fleming, Janet, Lady Thirlestane, wife of Chancellor: Queen cannot brook, 180; in great favour with Queen, 539, 594; commendations to Bowes, 598.

, the (who came in last): 575.

Flemish barque (Flemming bark): lands at Montrose, 326, 332; lands at Aberdeen, 378; Father Myreton comes in, 558.

Fletcher, the player: 555.

Florence, Duke of: 398.

Flushing: 447; governor of, 496.

Forbes, Lord (John, eighth): 19; at Convention, 117, 693; ready to attaint rebel Earls, 121, 698; at opening of Parliament, 124, 701; speaks with Bowes, 131; on assize for trial of Bothwell, 144; signs remission to Bothwell, 148, 163; glad of Bothwell's restitution, 149; Burghley enquires about, 163; Huntly in great rage against, 190; promises to support English policy of Bothwell, 193; purposes to disinherit eldest son, 234; seeks exemption from Huntly's lieutenant, 251; 256; appointed Councillor, 266; supports Bothwell's raid, 304, 308; charged before King and Council, 319; letter to ministers (April 1594), 327; received to King's grace, 360; commission of lieutenancy to, against Earls (25th July), 380, 389–90, 392, 393, 394, 398, 400, 453; assists Argyll against rebels, 432, 449, 453, 456, 457, 459; tempted by Huntly, 450, 453; summoned to meet King, 459, 460; offers assistance against Huntly, 469, 472; to search for aiders of rebel Earls, 472; counsellor to Lennox, 474; comes with complaints to King, 529, 530; Duke offers contentment to, 530; intends agreement of Argyll and Atholl, 533; said to seek own advantage, 539, 541; urges Kirk not to suffer return of Huntly and Errol, 687.

Forbes, Master of (John, eldest surviving son of Lord Forbes): enticed by Huntly from his father, 234; purpose to disinherit, 234: a Capuchin at Bruges, instructions for Myreton concerning, 563, 571.

, — (Arthur, second surviving son of Lord Forbes): offers help against Jesuits and devotion to England, 29, 32; 77; servant wounded by Gordons, 83; wishes support from Elizabeth to pursue Huntly, 98; sent by King to Marischal, 108; Lord Forbes purposes to provide inheritance to, 234.

— of Boughan, Thomas: 503; and see Thomas Forbes in Boughan, assumed name of Fintry, 58.

— of Monimusk, (William): 654.

— of Tolquhone, (William): 347.

, Saunders (Sanders), bailie of Aberdeen: 380, 391.

, Thomas, assumed name: 9, 58, 59; and see Graham of Fintry.

Forbeses: 245.

Forfarshire: Proclamation for levying forces of, 311; barons of, called to Parliament, 347.

Forres, sheriffdom of: proclamation for levying forces of, 311; barons of, called to Parliament, 347.

Forrester of Corstorphine: on assize for trial of Earls, 200; 257.

— of Garden, (Alexander): quarrel with Dunipace, 575, 576, 584, 586, 595, 624.

(Forster), David, bailie of Stirling, Mar's servant: murder and burial of, 624, 625, 627, 630, 631, 634, 635, 636, 638–9, 642, 646; proceedings against murderers of, 660, 679, 689.

, David: assumed name. See Graham of Fintry.

, Captain: 626.

Forret (Forrett), James: agent between Hudson and Lock, 345; in the north, 373, 398; sent from Colville to Lock, 398, 403, 407; carries offers from Bothwell to Cecil, 398, 400; answer sent to Bothwell by, 424; 425; sent by Colville to know Bothwell's mind, 426; sent by Bothwell to Cecil, 426, 427; James VI. complains to Elizabeth about, 437–38, 449; 440; included in Colville's remission, 441; 451; 538.

, Captain William: notorious instrument for Spain, 330, 398, 538, and n. See also Forster, Captain, 538 and n.

Forster (Foster), Sir John, Warden of the Middle Marches of England: 97; 106; letter to (6th Oct. 1593), 192; advertises Bowes of outrage in Tynedale, 201; Bowes to (5th Nov), 218; redress offered to, 226, 231, 232, 249, 274; 252; Edmonstone cannot obtain redress from, 328, 346; has bill against Edmonstone, 346, 357; writes to Bowes, 368; seeks redress (Oct. 1594), 465, 468.

Forster, Matthew: 328.

, Nicholas, son of Sir John: sent to complain of outrage in Tynedale, 192, 218, 222.

, Richard: 328, 489.

, Captain: at battle of Leith, 305, with Bothwell, 369, 436; goes abroad before Bothwell, 535; in Bothwell's ship, 575; and see Forrester; Forret.

Fortesque (Fortescue, Fortescuye), Sir John, Chancellor of Exchequer: letter from Mr. Archibald Douglas to (26th Oct. 1593), 209; same (29th Oct.), 213; to Douglas [c. 29th Oct.], 213; articles for Scottish Earls delivered by, 471.

Forth: 83, 208, 305, 309 (2), 321, 328, 336, 489.

Fortunatus: English ship, 197.

Fostertoun: 112.

Foulis, Laird of. See Munro.

(Fowles), Mr. David, clerk of the Chamber: sent by James VI. to Elizabeth, 348, 357, 358; Bowes sends letter to Burghley by, 360; at London, 363; to Burghley (24th June 1594), 365; letter sent to James VI. by, 366 and n.; James confers with Bowes about doings of, 368; returned, 382; sends news of islesmen, 413; to Bowes (12th Aug.), 415; Bowes receives letters for, 419, 452; money sent to James VI. by, 471; 498; to Bowes (8th Jan. 1594–5), 508; with King, 567; commends himself to Bowes, 576, 577; employed by Nicolson to stay passing of warrant, 577; to Bowes (5th May 1595), 588; mission to London, 627, 634, 635; to procure justice for Buccleuch, 631, 633; commissioned by Colville to Bowes, 637; mandate for payment to (11th Aug.), 678; writes home, 682, 683.

(Fowles, Fowells, Fowelis), Thomas, brother of Mr. David: bill of exchange for, 75, 76; petitions King anent Spanish trade, 108; 125; money for James VI. paid to (1592), 130; empowered to receive money for James, 314, 346; King writes to, 339, 342; (? Foulis) 348; 485; King owes money to, 634 and n.

(Fowlis), Lord Gray's house: 381.

Foulkes, Mr. William: 283, 286, 287.

Foyle (Foile), Loch: 661.

France: 4, 8; Elizabeth's charges in, 20, 242, 357, 368, 392, 432; Crichton captured on way from, 55; Spanish practices in, 104, 105, 408; 120; Bowes thanks Burghley for French occurrents, 139; Papists comforted by news from, 159; departure of Spaniards from, 166; Kirk and brethren in, 182; Duke may go to, 202; ambassador expected from, 261; James VI.'s religion suspected in, 268; league with Scotland, 309, 314–15, 337, 479–82; instructions to Wemyss for, 314–5, 479–482, 548; secret mission to, 321, 343; Wemyss goes to, 345; ambassador to Baptism looked for, 368, 411, 415, 418; 375; Protestants of, 394; League in, 408, 461 n.; confirmation of rights of Scots in (Sept. 1594), 443; passport desired to pass to, 447; Logie going to, 502; King asks news of, 509; 547; Lennox bound to, 553; Keir takes letters and hackneys to, 562; heretics of, 573; ambassador to go to, 574; ambassador from, 576, 594; Bothwell in, 586, 587; Captain Gray despatched to, 588, 601, 690; Colville's intended mission to, 594–5, 595–6, 596–7; Dickson's journey to, 609, 635, 675; Mr. George Ker and Lethington pass to, 632; hard news from, 660; 674; 697; 699.

France, Kings of. See Charlemagne; Charles VI.; Charles VII.; Francis I.; Henry II.; Henry III.; Henry IV.; Louis XII.; Philip de Valois.

Francis I., King of France: 480.

Fraser of Lovat. See Lovat, Lord.

— of Philorth, (Alexander): on assize for trial of Earls, 200; 257; appointed counsellor to Lennox, 474.

(Fresard), Robert, King's herald: 460.

Fraserburgh (Faithley Haven): 60–61.

Frederick II., late King of Denmark, father of Queen Anne: 244, 436.

— Henry, Prince of Scotland. See Henry.

Freke, Mr.: 115.

Freman, William: 491, 496.

Frenchman, arrives at Montrose: 330.

Frendraught (Frendrate, Fyndrach), Laird of. See Crichton.

Froissart, cited: 481.

Fuentes, Count de (Don Pedro de Toledo): 563.

Fullerton of Dreghorn, John: 627.

, James: letter to Nicolson from (3rd May 1595), 586; (Morlace), 621; to Nicolson (30th June), 627; 630.

, Mr. John: 330.

Fulwood, Laird of. See Sempill.

Funchal, in Madeira: letter dated at, 32.

Furde, John: 491.

Fynionmith [? Kynnynmonth]: 113.

Fynmouth: 112.

Fyvie, [? Laird of]: 608.