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Index: G

Pages 748-752

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

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G.

Gaitmilk: 110, 111, 112.

Galbraith of Kilcreuch, (Robert): 630.

Galbraiths: 255.

Galloway, Mr. Patrick: commission of General Assembly to, 85; to take assurances, 102; signs remission to Bothwell, 148; appointed to petition King, 183, 204, 208; commissioned to remain with King, 208; called to Convention (Nov. 1593), 225; commissioner of General Assembly to King (May 1594), 341; commissioned to take order anent rebels, 359; sent to deal with Athol, 370, 389, 392, 400; sent by presbytery to King, 384; to accompany King on raid, 444; handles matter of Myreton, 574; to attend Convention, 591; speaks plainly to King, 671; Queen promises to follow his advice, 679, 681.

, district of: 99, 325, 478, 598.

Garcio [?], dom. Hieronymus: 611, 613.

Garden, Laird of. See Forrester.

Garne [? Gardin], Laird of: 78.

Garret, Father: 7.

Garthland, Laird of. See MacDowall.

Gartly (Gartully), house of: 479.

Gartully [? Grantully], Laird of: 526.

Garvred [? Garvie]: letter dated at, 419.

Garvie in Argyle: letters dated at, 685, 686.

Gask, Tullibardine's house, 597; King at, 659, 660, 663.

Gasport, Jacques: in Cresyt, 14.

"Gawane." See "Faythfull Gawane."

Geddes (Geddye, Gaddy, Gaddie), Mr. John: writing found in trunk of, 300, 334, 346; commission of, 349; King's anger against, 494, 495.

Geddeses: broils with Tweedies, 83, 90.

Gelstern, John: 43, 94.

General Assembly: at Dundee (April 1593), 80, 81–2, 83; Articles propounded to, 83; Answer to Articles, 84; petitions of, 84–5; proposed reconciliation before, 228; doubtful if it will allow proposed course against Papists, 230; Assembly appointed to be at Edinburgh at time of Convention, 246: (at Edinburgh, May 1594), Articles propounded to, 328; send commissioners to King, 337; Lord Hume submits to, 338; dangers to King, and remedies proposed by, 340; conditions proposed to Hume by, 341; ordered excommunication of Huntly, 370; King's question referred to, 539, 544, 549; act of, cited, 590: held at Montrose (June 1595), 593, 624, 631; commissioners from, 654. See also Kirk; Ministers.

General Assembly, clerk of. See Dicky, Mr. James.

Geneva: 672.

Genoa: 16.

Germany (Almaine): 104, 451, 674; Leaguers in, 102; Protestant Princes in, 100, 104. See also Empire.

Gib, John: 111, 112, 113.

Gibson, John: 450.

Gigha (Geygha): 254, 255.

Gight (Geythe, Geich), Laird of. See Gordon.

, house of: 479.

, Bog of. See Bog of Gight.

Gilbert, David (? assumed name): 12.

, Henry: assumed name. See Graham of Fintry.

Gillion, ship of London: 196.

Gingills (Ginglis, Chingles), Armstrongs of. See Armstrongs.

Girnigo (Girnygo): 513.

Gladstanes, Mr. George: 208.

Glamis (Glamys), Lord (Patrick, ninth): 256; in Parliament, 347; 495; 517; his marriage contract awakens hostility between Mar and Master of Glamis, 583, 584, 586, 588–9, 594, 597, 599; Mar's party have got, 585; expected to agree with Crawford, 589, 625; marriage of, 594, 595, 597, 599, 600; to consult upon revenge of death of Forrester, 625; Master and, not now friends, 669; Master charged to deliver house to, 689.

, Master of (Sir Thomas Lyon of Auldbar), Treasurer: 5, 19; commissioner to examine Papists, 25; accident to, 49; 57; unable to ride with King, 61; efforts made to reconcile Chancellor and,. 73, 78, 88, 120, 696–7, 700; quarrel with Huntly, 74; signs band against Bothwell, 86; accusations against, 88; dryness betwixt Duke and, 95; chosen resident Councillor, 96, 97; departed from Court, 97; intervenes to pacify tumult, 102; daily looked for, 117, 693; at Court, 120, 697; sent to confer with ministers, 121, 698; left Court, 135, 136, 703, 704; his reported plan to rescue King from Court (Bothwell) party, 137, 139; declaration of Sheperson anent, 141, 149; Bothwell faction charge him with treason, 146; forbidden King's presence, 147; endangered by Bothwell's incoming, 149; shall be again about King, 151, 159; King urges him not to compound with Bothwell, 160; confers with the Humes, 168; King may call, 170; comes to Court with Humes, 170; agrees Chancellor and Hume, 176; carries sway in Court, 176, 189; signs act anent excommunication of Hume, 184, 189; accompanies King against Atholl, 193; stays King, 194; Bowes makes protest to, 199; reports submission at Fala, 200, 201, 203; movements of, 202; absent from Linlithgow Convention, 215; sent for, 217; Hume will not aid Chancellor against, 228; bands for safety of King against Bothwell, 229; deliberates with ministers, 235; secret captions to take Spynie, 246; draws Queen to Stirling, 250; 252; 253; 257; reconciled with Chancellor, 262; his party at Court, 262; Hume desires office of Chancellor for, 263; debt owing by, 276–7; 280; Treasurer [? Melvill] sent by King to Zouche, 296, 297, 299; at Battle of Leith, 305; with King in Fife, 308, 309; adjourns Parliament, 320; displeased, 331; Captain of Blackness a depender of, 331; examines master of Flemish barque, 335; has good intelligence in England, 338; 345; advice for prosecution of rebel Earls, 384; a hunter of the King to mischief, 405; has spoken with Huntly, 419; prevails with King in Council during raid, 471, 472; plot for removal of, at Convention, 483, 484, 488, 494, 498, 515, 661; supports Chancellor and officers of state, 484, 487, 489; in friendship with Chancellor, 494, 499, 520, 525; sent by King to Lennox, 495, 499, 501; commission sent to Lennox is work of, 502; King desires to displace, 507; is to come to Edinburgh, very strong, 507, 509, 512, 516; feud with Crawford, 507–8, 509, 517, 519, 525; solicits for Balwearie, 520; alleged plot to kill, 531; blamed for proposition anent Prince, 550; friendship with Hume unchangeable, 551; supports Chancellor against Mar's party, 552; marriage of his nephew awakens grief between Mar and, 583, 584, 585, 586, 588, 588–9, 594, 597, 599; state of faction of Chancellor and, 601; charged to pay £5000, 604, 609, 637; is the butt the King shoots at, 609, 615, 624; Chancellor in inward friendship of, 624; thought to have incited to death of Forrester, 625, 639; often with Queen, 626; at secret conference with Queen, 631; not to come near King, 656; Colville thinks he is discharged, 656; Chancellor dissuades from enterprise, 658; commanded to leave town, 658; a chief supporter of Edinburgh faction, 659, 670; secret council with Hume, Cessford and Buccleugh, 664; in evil case at King's hands, 665, 666, 670; 672; Colville thinks Chancellor trusts to make stepping-stones of, 673; Chancellor bound to faction of, 679; King questions Chancellor about intentions of, 681, 687; has confidence in Hume, 681; King refuses to see, 682, 687; appearance of trouble between Lord Glamis and, 689.

Glamis, house of: 689.

Glasgow, Archbishop (or Bishop) of: Mar's kinsman [? William Erskine, titular Archbishop, 1585–7], 344. See also Beaton, James; Boyd of Trochrig.

, Castle of: 94.

(Glasco), dean of (? assumed name): eldest brother of Robert Balfour, 8.

, provost of. See Stewart of Minto.

, town of: Duke at, 224; represented in Parliament, 347; 584; munitions, etc., for Ireland prohibited from, 586, 642, 649, 665, 680, 682, 691; letter dated at 587; 597; Justice Court at, 622, 678, 683; 664; Nicolson at, 676.

Glaswell (Glaswall), Laird of. See Scrymgeour.

Glenbucket: 479.

Glencairn, Earl of (James Cunningham, sixth): 19; feud with Eglinton, 19; supports Hamilton, 78; (Glencarnes), 123; subscribes cause in hand, 158; at Convention (Sept. 1593), 166, 169; departs, 170; supports cause of the religion, 205; 252; 256; called to Parliament (May 1594), 347; reconciles Argyll and Glenurquhy, 370; charged to come to banquet (Baptism), 416; supports motion of Mar against officers of state, 494, 507; Cassillis to marry daughter of, 624; MacLean has dealings with, 638, 678, 686; 700.

Glendochert: 255.

Glenfallach: 255.

Glengarry, 254, 255. Laird of: See MacAngus; MacDonald.

Glenluce, Abbot of. See Gordon, Laurence.

Glenlyon: 255.

, Laird of. See Campbell.

Glenmoriston (Glenmornestoun): 255.

Glenorchy (Glenurquhie, Glenurquhy, Glenorquhy, Glenurquhart). See Campbell of.

Glenrinnes: (battle between Huntly and Argyll), 522–3; (late conflict), 536; (field between Huntly and Argyll), 591. And see Ben Rinnes.

Glens in Ireland, 593; and see MacDonald of Dunveg.

Glenshee (Glenshe): 255.

Gometra (Comantra): 254.

Gordon of Abergeldie, (Alexander): Papist, 257; at Benrinnes, 468–9; son of, 234, 457. See also Gordon, Mr. William.

, young Laird of (Alexander): 277.

, house of: 474.

— of Auchindoun, Sir Patrick, uncle of Huntly: a murderer of Moray, 4, 34, 118, 473; signatory of Spanish Blanks, 17, 23, 33, 36, 37, 43, 52, 58, 61, 90, 361; charged to enter ward, 25, 30, 32, 41; King's raid against, 31, 40, 48, 72; reported movements of, 34; declared rebel, 49; Sir George Hume receives living of, 57, 72–3; proclamation against (5th March 1592–3), 66; Act of Caution against (13th March), 70; General Band against, 70–1; Parliament for forfeiture of (July 1593), 118, 210, 695; excommunication of, 182, 183, 189, 204, 208; assize for trial of, 200, 210–211; Act of Abolition in favour of, 232; (abolished), 260; proposed commission for, 245; 257; refuses to enter ward, 284, 361; forfeited in Parliament (May-June 1594), 284, 309, 322–3, 344, 347, 359, 360, (proclamation of summons of treason against) 361, 431, 436; new offers of, 301; Presbytery of Edinburgh petitions for prosecution of, 302; advises Huntly, 360; houses of, to be delivered, 364; demands delivery of prisoners from Aberdeen, 380, 384, (letter of threat) 385, 391; deliberation for raid against, 389; trusts to have vengeance on ministers, 401; sends offers to King (3rd Sept.), 431, 435–6; Bothwell confers with, 431, 433, 434, 444; slain at Battle of Benrinnes, 456, 457, 459–60; Balwearie confesses his band with Bothwell, 522, 525; 571. See also Catholic Earls.

Gordon of Buckie, (John), adherent of Huntly: 391, 414, 530.

— of Cluny, (Sir Thomas): a murderer of Moray, 4; noted Papist, 257; advises Huntly to enter ward, 360; devoted to Earls, 402; at Benrinnes, 457, 460; false report of capture, 465, 468; servant executed, 469; house of, taken, 479; in Aberdeen, 517, 520, 534; dealings for remission, 517, 524, 530, 533, 534, 536; undertakes to keep country quiet, 539, 541.

— of Cochlarachy, (George): 456.

— of Craig, 278. See also Craig, Laird of; brother of, see Gordon, John.

— of Dalpersie: 457.

— of Drumlurg (Drumbuldis), Thomas: slain at Benrinnes, 456, 457.

— of Gight, William: murder of Moray by, 4; advises Huntly, 360; wounded at Benrinnes, 456, 457, 460, 477; confesses to a band against King, 474, 477; Duke deals with, for remission, 517, 520, 524, 530, 533, 534, 536; Balwearie's confession anent, 522; to keep country in quietness, 539, 541; excommunication of, 586, 589, 590; cause of excommunication, 591.

, younger, (George): 257; brought to King, 477, 479.

Gordon of Haddo: 457.

— of Lesmoir, (Alexander): 257, 457.

— of Lochinvar, (Sir John): on assize for trial of Earls, 200; Earls write to, 202; 257; called to Parliament, 347; at Convention, 484; he and son go to Edinburgh, 508; appointed Auditor of Exchequer, 515.

— of Newton, John: charged with Papistry, 73; gone abroad and returned, 234; 257; 470.

— of Pitlurg, (Sir John): presents letter of Huntly to King, 23, 29, 35; pursued, 35; seeks Bowes's favour for Huntly, 91; has withdrawn, 93; solicits cause of Earls at time of Parliament, 119, 696; commission of lieutenancy to, 251, 322, 324.

— of Strathdown, William, Huntly's brother: departs with Mr. James Gordon, 226, 230, 234, 278.

, Mr. James, Jesuit, uncle of Huntly: intercepted letters of, 3, 4, 8, 9, 11, 53, 361; mentioned in intercepted letters, 9, 11; agent in conspiracy of Spanish Blanks, 23, 33, 36, 39, 43, 50, 51–2, (James Gudman) 58, 59, 60, 82; commission for apprehension of, 29, 34; with Huntly, 34, 41; proclamation against, 66; Act of Caution against (13th March 1592–3), 70; General Band against, 71; movements of, 77; Huntly desirous to put away safely, 167; advised not to depart, 179; reported movements of, 190; reported hostage for Spain, 226; departure of, 230, 234, 278, 284; Huntly alleges that he signed Blanks in favour of, 240; 257; excommunication of, 362; arrives at Aberdeen (July 1594), 378, 379, 380, 382, 385, 406; has brought money, 394, 417, 564; 408; contrary reports about, 419; 425; 433; Errol meets with Huntly and, 497; 503; whereabouts of, 513; 519; subscribed band at Menmuir, 522; reported movements of, 549; Myreton has commission to, 556, 561, 563, 566, 569; departs with Huntly, 557, 563, 566, 570; said mass at Elgin before departure, 559, 570; Myreton to find fault with, 559 (2), 561, 562, 566, 571; accused by Bruce, 562, 564; Myreton's depositions concerning, 564–5; Crichton's instructions concerning, 571; Crichton meets at Trier, 611, 613.

, Mr. James, younger: suggested as Superior of Jesuits in Scotland, 565; 612, 614; brother of, with Huntly, 612, 614.

, John: brother to Laird of Craig, 278; son of, 278.

, Laurence, Abbot of Glenluce: 347.

, William, son of Laird of Abergeldy (a gentleman called Gordon): 43, 51, 234.

Gordon, Captain: 4.

Gordons: charged before King and Council (July 1594), 375, 382; (Oct. 1594), 469; 497; 540; 543.

Gorges (Gorge), Mr. Edward: 418, 439.

Governor, Mr.: 367, 395, 423, 424. See also Berwick, Governor of.

Gowrie, Earl of (William, first): 190; beheaded, 232; daughter of. See Atholl, Countess of.

, Earl of (John, third): 19; wishes to visit England, 177; Atholl gives adherence to Bothwell in name of, 193; accompanies Atholl and Montrose to Doune of Monteith, 193; disposed to keep Earls out of Perth, 202, 205; 256; 299; to join raid of Bothwell, 304; letter to ministers in name of (April 1594), 327; called to Parliament, 347; wishes safe-conduct through England, 418.

, Countess of (Dorothea Stewart), Duke's mother-in-law: 190.

, family of: 252.

Graemes. See Grahams in England.

Graham (Grahame), Master of: Montrose's son, 527; and see Montrose.

— of Fintry, David: letter from (Henry Gilbert), intercepted, 8, 40, 58; letter from (David Forester), intercepted, 11; son born in Stirling Castle, 13; references to warding of, 15, 55; examination and depositions of, 30, 40, 50, 51–3, 57, 58, 59, 64, 66, 78, 141, 239, 255, 361; Ker confesses complicity of, 37, 39, 40; removal from Tolbooth stayed by Bowes, 34, 36, 49; arraignment and execution of, 51, 57, 59– 60, 64, 66, 142, 256; Balwearie, brotherin-law of, 257; excommunication of, 362; 503; Balwearie taken to where Fintry was, 517, 520.

, Mr. John, Lord of Session: procures warrant for removal of Fintrie, 34; slain, 49; 103; fray to revenge death of, 527.

, Richard (Richy Grame): testifies against Bothwell for witchcraft, 62, 141, 142.

, Walter: 32.

, —,servant of Montrose: 195.

Grahams in England, 69, 477, 602.

Grand Seigneur. See Turkey.

Grange, the, house of Mr. George Kerr's mother: 88.

Grant, Laird of (John Grant of Freuchie): called upon for payment of band, 78; 255; 257; called to Parliament, 347; comes to King, 470; in band to oppose Huntly, 472; King reposes trust in, 473; charged to remain at Edinburgh, 474; King recommended to take caution from, 513; committed to ward, 523, 527, 528; Balwearie alleges treasonable band to be in hands of, 523, 525, 527, 529, 531, 533; found not guilty, 537, 538, 539; at liberty, 538, 539.

Grant, John Roy: 457.

Grants: with Argyll against Huntly, 457; order to be taken with, 497.

Gravelines (Gravelin): 538.

Gray, Lord (Patrick, fifth): 18; on assize for trial of Earls, 200; 256; called to Parliament, 347; Hume said to have met Huntly at house of, 381; quarrel with Constable of Dundee, 621, 624, 631.

, Master of (Patrick): quarrel with Huntly, 74; 88; 110; on assize for trial of Bothwell, 144, 163; signs remission to Bothwell, 148, 163; promise to Bothwell in name of, 193; 257; visits Zouche, 265; King questions Zouche about speech with, 271; Zouche will not dispute matters with, 271, 275; sent by King to Zouche, 272; dealings with Atholl, 325, 344; rumoured bargain with Huntly, 393; said to have met with Atholl and Montrose, 453; greatly guides Atholl, 510, 512; stays till peril is past, 512; busy in all these turns, 524; rumoured plot of, 531; suspected, charged to leave Edinburgh, 545, 547, 549.

, Captain Andrew: attacks Montrose, 193; General Assembly asks Hume to remove, 341; commissioned to France, 588, 601, 602, 605, 690.

, Andrew: monk, 111.

(Grey), Edward: 448.

, James, brother of Master of Gray: abducts Carnegie's daughter, 98; sent by Master to King, 510.

, Mr. Ralph: demands redress, 368, 371; (Mr. Gray), 465.

, Robert, in Ballegerno: 295.

Green, —,Jesuit: 425 and n.

Greehead (Greinheid), Laird of. See Kerr.

Greenwich (Grenewich): letters dated at, 318, 372, 389, 421, 443, 449, 652, 684; letters received at, 588, 596, 597, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 607, 608, 609, 610, 616, 625, 627, 648, 651, 654, 655, 658, 664, 666, 667, 671, 672.

Greville, Mr. Edward: 418.

Grey. See Gray.

Grienling: 326.

Groane, the: 261.

Grundeston (Goundistoun), Gabriel: assumed name. See Beaton, James, Archbishop of Glasgow.

Gudman, James: assumed name. See Gordon, Mr. James.

Guildford, Mr. Henry: 418.

Guilliam, Queen Anne's footman: 342.

Guise, Duke of: 16, 199; instructions to Easter Wemyss for, 315; 401; James VI. writes to, 562, 571, 588; 598.

, house of: 321; 337.