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

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J.

Jacob, Dutch goldsmith: 342.

Jaksone, Mr.: 377.

James I., King of Scots: 480, 537, 543.

—II. —: 362, 480.

—IV. —: 480.

— V. — (grandfather of James VI.): 280, 309, 362, 480, 526.

— VI. — (Arabia Petrea): mentioned in intercepted letters, 4, 5, 9; 15; entreated to return to Edinburgh, 16; complains of reset of Bothwell in England, 16, 19, 21–2, 24–5, 27–8, 32, 42, 76, 79, 87; favour to Huntly (1589), 16, 54; correspondence with Elizabeth about Bothwell (1592), 17; favours Spanish faction, 19; complains about annuity, 19–20, 21, 27 (and see under gratuity of); convention urges him to proceed against Spanish traitors, 21; propounds articles to commissioners, 21, 24; answer to articles of, 26; intercessions made to, for George Kerr, 22; Angus writes to, 22; Huntly writes to, 23, 29; Lord Hume with, 23; audience to Bowes, 24; ambassador to be sent to England by, 24, 29, 32, 42; promises to proceed against Spanish faction, 25, 29; audience to Bowes about Elizabeth's letter, 27–9; asks advice of Bowes as to pardon of Ker, 30; moved by Elizabeth's letters, 31; raid of, against Spanish faction, 31, 32, 40, 49, 57; accepts bill for Raid of Falkland, 32; Bowes advises him about Ker and Fintry, 34; displeased with Duke, 35; to Burghley (30th Jan. 1592–3), 36; presses examination of Ker, 37, 40; past payments from England to, 38, 39, 103, 104, 106, 115, 116, 130, 276, 379, 471, 691, 693; George Ker to [c. 5th Feb.], 39; rejects suits of Huntly and Errol, 41; Papists plot to capture, 41; proposed visit to Chancellor stayed, 42; excuses delay in replying to Queen's letters, 42; gives orders for keeping peace on Borders, 42; demands redress for Falkland, 42; instructions to Burgh for (Feb. 1592–3), 44, 45–47; departs on raid before arrival of Burgh, 48; report that rebels plot to surprise, 49; Bowes deals with, 49; 55; resolute against Fintry, 57; progress of raid of, 60, 61, 65, 67; Carmichael makes allegations against Bothwell to, 62; Bothwell protests love to, 64; sends letters to Edinburgh, 66; suspected to favour rebels, 66; measures against rebels, 68, 70, 72; General Band of nobility to, 70; gives audience to Burgh, 71, 74; propositions of Burgh to, 72; purposes to call Chancellor and Spynie to Court, 73; implacable towards Bothwell, 73, 75, 76; commends Burgh, 74; desires a strong guard, 74; gives audience to Aston, 74; success of Burgh's mission to, 75, 76; appoints commissioners to confer with Bowes anent Borders, 76; requires diligence against Earls, 77; Caithness offers to deliver Jesuits to, 77; overtures to, for surprise of Huntly and Bothwell, 78, 86–7; audience to Bowes, 79–80; resolved to call Chancellor, 78, 80, 88, 90, 103, 107; Chancellor gives intelligence of plot to, 81, 82; Catholics seek to alienate from Elizabeth, 81, 87, 101–2; propounds articles to General Assembly, 82, 83; storms at Bothwell, 83; signs Band against Bothwell, 86; writes on behalf of Gavin Johnston, 86; Order of the Garter not yet sent to, 86; gives audience to Bowes, 87; writes for MacLean's son, 88–9, 95; Bowes reports his attitude to Huntly, Argyll and Bothwell, 89; begged to remove Lady Huntly, 89, 91, 93, 96, 97; works for reconciliation of Queen and Chancellor, 89, 100, 101; confers with Bowes about proceedings against Bothwell and rebels, 90; to determine on new councillors, 90, 93, 97; Duke complains of Hamilton to, 92; articles to be determined by, 93; accepts Elizabeth's protestations anent Bothwell, 93–4; to Burghley (31st May), 95; to Elizabeth (4th June), 95; to Burghley (4th June), 95; instructions to Melvill, 96, 114, 125; danger feared for, 96–7; audience to Bowes, 97–8; informed of restraint of Bothwell, 99; favour towards Huntly, 99; Bowes travails with, to prevent Captain Stewart's return, 101; mediates between Hamilton and Argyll, 102–3, 106; summons Chancellor, 102, 103, 107; libel presented to, 103; Bowes seeks audience of, 103; answer of States General to (June 1593), 104, 106; takes order for prevention of dangers, 107; wishes Chancellor's presence in Parliament, 107, 117, 120, 694, 697; seeks agreement between Duke and Chancellor, 107, 132, 142; commissioned Orde as conservator in Spain, 108, 117, 694; summons Marischal to Parliament, 108; 110; assures Bowes that Parliament will proceed, 117, 694; begins Parliament, 118–9, 124, 125, 695–6, 701–2; Chancellor's offers to, for assurance of Queen's lands, 119, 120, 694, 696; assigns Council to Queen, 120, 697; libel of plot against, 120, 697; Mr. James Murray to be commended to, 121, 151, 181, 311, 376, 402, 416, 417, 697; audience to Bowes anent summons of Earls, 121, 698–9; passion against Bothwell's reset, 122, 699; ministers move, 122, 694, 699; Huntly trusts in, 123, 700; causes Hume to be elected among Lords of the Articles, 127; complains of lack of support, 127; offers of rebel Earls to, 128, 137, 694, 696; prevents hurt of Hamilton, 128; seeks to draw Colville from Bothwell, 128–9; goes to Falkland, 129, 136–7, 704; to Sir Robert Melvill (July), 129, (cf. 121), 697; access of Bothwell to, 130–3, 157; protection for Bothwell by (28th July), 133; Burghley wishes note of gratuity of, 133–4; audiences to Bowes after Bothwell's access, 134–5, 145, 148–9, 161–2, 702–3; satisfies Danish ambassadors anent Bothwell, 135, 704; pressed to receive Captain Stewart, 137; commands Huntly to disband forces, 139, 140; prevails little for Chancellor, 140; accuses Bowes, 140; declaration by Shepherson anent (8th Aug.), 141; returns for trial of Bothwell, 142, 144; Bothwell stays, 143, 144–5; accords made with Bothwell faction and, 145–7, (remission) 147, 161, 163; banqueted by Bothwell, 147, 162, 176; goes to Falkland, 147; favour turned from Bothwell, 150, 151, 160; appoints a convention, 151, 152; movements of, 151, 159, 166, 167; agrees Chancellor and Hume, 151, 159, 176; Colville goes to, 152; suspends act against Huntly (22nd Aug.), 152; Bowes to deliver opinion of Elizabeth to, 153, 156–7; writes to Humes, 159; Huntly purposed to take, 160; has not acknowledged receipt of gratuity, 163; public speeches against, 164; Bothwell's followers come in to, 165; rumoured plot to take, 166; promises Bothwell to keep accords, 167; audience to Bowes after receipt of Elizabeth's letter, 168–9, 171–2, 172–5; order anent Bothwell, 170, 171, 177, 178, 180, 186; goes to Falkland. 170; offence towards Edinburgh, 171, 181; sends for Lady Huntly, 171; desires Chancellor at Court, 176, 177, 180, 184; will perform promises against rebels, 177, 180; not to know of Bowes's dealings with rebels, 179; wishes to have excommunication of Hume suspended, 181, 183, (act in respect of) 184, 188–9; slowness in repressing papistry, 181; commissioners of Kirk, barons and burghs to, 182, 190, 202; Huntly said to have had access to, 183, 185; in hard course against Bothwell, 183, 191, 194; writes to Elizabeth, 185; Bowes seeks instructions for dealing with, 187–8; labours for election of Provost of Edinburgh, 188, 189; seeks to reconcile Athol and Huntly, 189–90; directs ministers to devise course against Earls, 190; raid against Athol, 191, 193; takes order for Border redress, 192; advises with ministers, 194; reported offers of Earls to, 195, 206; returns to Queen, 196; warrant by (11th Oct.), 196; petition to (11th Oct.), 196; audience to Bowes, 198–9; Elizabeth writes to, 198, 199, 201, 208; submission of Earls at Fala to, 200, 201, 219, 221; request to Elizabeth, 201; grants warrant for reprisal, 203; petition of Kirk, &c., to, 203–5, (answer to) 206–8; suit made to, for Fernihurst and Hunthill, 205; malcontent with Hume, 205–6; rumoured movements of, 208, 209; project for obtaining liberty of conscience from, 209–210; proclamation by (27th Oct.), 210; petition of Kirk, &c., to, 210–11; Elizabeth to (29th Oct.), 211; instructions to Bowes for, 211–2, 230; conditions of Elizabeth's intercession with, for Earls, 214; summons Convention at Edinburgh, 214; returns to Holyroodhouse, 215; suit made for Bothwell to, 215, 227; Bowes seeks audience with, 216, 218–9; said to favour Earls, 217; gives order for redress, 218; to send ambassador to Elizabeth, 219; actions of, stir the people, 219; proclamation by (7th Nov.), 220; audience to Bowes anent his credence, 220–3; charges ministers with favouring Bothwell, 223; enemies provoke, against Bothwell, 223, 224; purposes to continue Convention, 226; offended with commissioners of Kirk, &c., 227; Hamilton ready to serve, 227; Earls' offers to, 227; Catholics offer money to, 227; favours friends of Earls, 228; commands agreement between Duke and Mar and Chancellor, 228; plot for safety of, against Bothwell, 229; Queen complains to, 230–1; audience to Bowes, 231–2; offended with opposition of ministers to act of Abolition, 233, 235–6; discharged of promises to Bothwell, 233; Queen intercedes with, for Bothwell, 234; stayed from going to Linlithgow, 236, 238; sends letter to Elizabeth, 237; loving band with Queen, 237; Bowes to treat with, for restraint of Scots from Ireland, 238, 246; instructions to Zouche for (20th Dec.), 239, 242, 244, 268–9, 285; memorial of Elizabeth's proceedings with, 242–4; wrath against Bowes, 245, 259, 262, 267, 290; wrath against Bothwell and ministers, 246; Chancellor wishes league between Elizabeth and, 246; writes to Argyll anent Ireland, 246; letters with news from Spain shown to, 247; Elizabeth to (22nd Dec.), 248; to Lord John Hamilton (23rd Dec.), 248; audience to Bowes, 249; grants safeconduct to Zouche, 249, 250; ministers sent to, 249; goes to Stirling, 250, 259; Earls trust to have access to, 251; Burghley's counsel for, 251–2; notes anent, 256; summons Chancellor, 256; Elizabeth to (4th Jan. 1593–4), 258; proclamation by, 260; commission to Huntly, 261; efforts made to draw, from Papists, 262; recalls subjects serving in Low Countries, 262; audiences to Zouche, 262, 263–4, 265; 271–2; letters from Errol brought to, 263; articles by Kirk presented to (16th Jan.), 265; Councillors appointed by, 266; Chancellor defends, 267–8; Elizabeth complains of course of, 270; answer to propositions made by Zouche, 273, (Elizabeth's answer to) 275; intended raid to Borders, 274; to Chancellor (3rd Feb.), 276; Elizabeth will not give cause to break with, 279; Latin satire anent, 280; plot of raid upon, 281–2, 284, 286–7, 298; Zouche to demand performance from, 281, 286, 287; charges Earls to enter ward, 284, 293; gives conditions to Bothwell, 284; Zouche reports audiences with, 288–293; Chancellor offers to promote Elizabeth's interests with, 293–4; petitions of Kirk to (15th March 1594–5), 295; instructions to Zouche for dealing with, 295–7, 297–8, 299–301; Elizabeth condemns action against person of, 298, 299; knows of attempt of Bothwell, 299; commission by (27th March), 301; declaration by (29th March), 302; answer to Zouche (1st April), 303; promises may prove fraudulent, 304; at battle of Leith, 305; Bothwell and party to respect, 308; at Burntisland, 308, 309; summons for raid of, against Earls, 309, 311; sends ambassadors to England and France (April), 309, (instructions for) 312, 314; wishes assurances for restraint of Bothwell, 309–10, 317; goes to Stirling, 310, 319; Melvill reports as to, 311, 312; answer of Elizabeth for (20th April), 315, 326; instructions to Bowes for, 317–8; obligation by Bothwell to, 318; movements of, 319, 320; conditions of Spanish help for, 320; letters anent Bothwell brought to, 320; life reported to be sought, 321; reported secret negotiations of, 321; proclamation by (29th April), 321; Bowes delivers Elizabeth's answer to, 321–5; Bothwell's defence of raid against, 327; to Easter Wemyss (1st May), 328; articles to Assembly in name of (8th May), 328; at Dunblane, 331; grants remission to Spynie, 331; sends letter of instructions to ambassadors, 331, 332, 334, 346; at Stirling, 332; recommendation of Archibald Douglas and Bishop of Glasgow, 332; English Council reply to ambassadors of, 333–4; charged with new delay, 334; disquieted about bringing in of Spanish gold, 336; commissioners of General Assembly sent with declaration to, 337, 339–341, (King's answer) 341; persuades Hamilton to come to Parliament, 337, 343; sermon alleged against, 337; conduct noted after murder of Calder, 338; seeks redress for stolen jewels, 339, 342, 343, 344, 356; has returned for Convention, 343; desires forfeiture of Bothwell, 344, 346–7; seeks to draw Atholl from Bothwell, 344; audience to Bowes, 345–6; crossed in choice of Lords of Articles, 347; Bruce reports to, 347, 348; one with the Kirk, 348, 359; sends David Foulis to Elizabeth, 348, 357, 365; Melvill reports attitude of, towards Earls, 355–6; audience to Bowes, 356–8; forwardness in Parliament, 359; Huntly discusses submission to, 360; receives Forbes to grace, 360; audience to Bowes, 362–3; mission of Lady Huntly to, 362–3, 364, 370, 382; comforts Hamilton, 363; rumoured plans for raid in the north, 364; Elizabeth to, 365; same (3rd July), 366; audience to Bowes, 368; goes to Stirling, 368, 371, 375, 376, 378; Duke pressed to resign Bothwell's possessions to, 369, 374; gives order for redress, 371; Elizabeth displeased with appointment of Herries as Warden by, 371–2, 379, 383; entertained with fair speeches, 373; solicitations to, in favour of Bothwell, 373–4; falsely informed about Bothwell, 376; holds Bothwell in hope while ambassadors remain, 377; Catholic lords refuse loan to, 378; magistrates and ministers go to, 378, 379; indigence of, 378–9; speaks against Burghley and Cecil, 378, 387; audience to Bowes, 379–80; sends secretary to England, 380, 384, 392; resolute against Bothwell, 381; protests sincere proceeding against Earls, 382; returns from Stirling and receives ambassadors, 382; desired by Kirk to suppress Earls, 383, 384, 386; Henry IV. to (11th July), 383; Council debate prosecution of rebels by, 384, 386; Spanish ambassador sent to, 384, 385, 392, 415; Edinburgh refuses loan to, 385; reasons alleged by, for postponing raid, 386; Catholic lords might carry away, 386; jealous of Queen, 386–7, 397; sincerity doubted, 387, 398, 405, 413, 426; to Burghley (26th July), 388; Elizabeth will give him no cause for jealousy, 388–9; gives commissions of lieutenancy for raid, 389–90, 392, 398; audience to Bowes, 392; Spanish gold offered on terms to, 393, 396, 398, 405; 406; proclamations by (25th July), 393; Colville suggests policy towards, 394–5; to Lord Scrope (30th July), 395; Colville proposes Bothwell as goad for, 397, 407, 424; effect of Bothwell's proposals on, 399–400; marriage of Count Maurice and sister of King of Denmark moved before, 404; petitioned to proceed against Earls, 404, 407; ambassadors from Estates make offers to, 405; wishes no intercession for Bothwell, 406; messages betwixt Earls and, 406; instructions to Sussex for, 407, 409–10; Elizabeth to [c. 10th Aug.], 410; Earls seek terms from 414, 419, 431; wishes safe-conduct for huntsmen, 415; Cockburn awaits instructions from, 415; prepares for banquet, 416; Council postpones raid of, 416–7; calls ambassadors to Stirling, 418; Argyll to (26th Aug.), 419; prorogues Baptism for Sussex, 420, 421, 422, 423; orders taking of Logie, 420; receives Sussex, 422, 423; offended that ministers repaired to Argyll, 422; to Chancellor (31st Aug.), 425; attitude of parties in Scotland to, 425; cold in matter of raid, 426; terms of band of Bothwell and Earls against, 427, 444–5; Elizabeth takes offence at his letter to Cockburn, 428; justifies printing of Principis Scoti-Britannorum natalia, 430–1; Argyll asks supports for raid from, 432; audience to Sussex, 434–5; letter of Earls to (3rd Sept.), 435; raid on Papists shall now hold, 436, 439, 440; remission to Colville, 436, 440–1, 448, 477, 496, 524, 537, 553, 560, 570; Bothwell will stay raid of, 437; to Elizabeth (11th Sept.), 437; petitions to Elizabeth [Sept.], 437; Sussex takes leave of, 439; failure of Bothwell's enterprise against, 439, 445, 450–1; displeasure between Queen and, 441; advice to Bowes for, 441–2; arrangements for raid of, 443–4, 449; examines captured agents of Bothwell, 445; preparations of Earls to resist, 446; to Elizabeth (24th Sept.), 448; Elizabeth's reply to petitions of, 448–9; rejects offers of Huntly, 451, 453; informed of plans of Earls, 452; stays Cockburn, 452; letter of Bothwell delivered to, 453; audience to Bowes, 454; Sir George Hume to report about, during raid, 455; raid of, 456, 459, 460–1, 464–5, 466, 468–9, 470, 471, 472, 473, 474; battle of Benrinnes reported to, 458; grants safe-conduct to Bowes, 461, 463; Elizabeth stays grant to, 462, 468; Elizabeth to (25th Oct.), 466, 473; 471; intercepted letter of Huntly brought to, 473; appoints Lennox Lieutenant in north, 474, 476; will take order against rebels, 474, 478, 482, 483; band for killing of, 474, 477, 498–9; Elizabeth writes commendation of Cockburn to, 475; returned to Edinburgh 476, 477; informed about Bothwell, 476, 478; offended against Colville, 477; Chancellor refuses to go to Stirling with, 477; reconciles Hamiltons, 477; purposes raid into Douglasdale, 477, 478; ministers commend, 478; Henry IV. to (27th Nov.), 479; submits propositions to Henry IV., 479; addresses Convention, 482, 483, 484; angry with Chancellor, 483; handicapped by poverty, 483, 520; has letters from north, 484; would not move against Chancellor, 484, 494, 498, 500, 501; reproaches England, 485, 492–3; Archibald Douglas blames his extremity against Papists, 485–6; dissatisfied with Cockburn's despatch, 487, 489; writes to Bowes, 487; both Mar and Chancellor trust in, 488; justice sought from in Border matters, 490; necessity of support for, 490–1, 510, 524; grounds of conduct towards England, 492; praises Bowes, 493; evil will towards Burghley and Cecil, 493, 501–2; will take order to stay Scots from Ireland, 495, 496, 499; supports Mar against Chancellor, 495; to send Colville to Duke, 496; sends money to Duke, 497, 499; Huntly's brother deals with, 497–8; Chancellor stays, 498; wishes to remove officers of state, 498, 504, 507; grants remission to Caithness, 499, 511, 512, 575; goes to Stirling, 500, 501; Hamilton gives satisfaction to, 500; divided between Mar and Chancellor, 501; memoranda anent, 502; Elizabeth to [c. Dec.], 503; movements of, hawking, 504, 505, 506, 508; report of plot of Angus and Bothwell against, 504, 505, 506; Colville suspects Irish policy of, 507, 517; constant to Chancellor, 508; writes for Atholl, 508; Mar guides, 508; purposes to agree Argyll and Atholl, 509; confers with Nicolson, 509; seeks to reconcile Chancellor and Mar, 509; Crawford intercedes for Spynie with, 509, 519; Balwearie confesses band against, 510, 511, 514–5, 517, 522, 523, 527, 538; takes order for reformation of revenues, 511, 515, 517, 519, 520, 525, 528, 535, 539, 543, 551, 552; Duke sends report to, 511–2; dislikes Atholl's courses, 512; asks Nicolson what help to look for, 513; to States General (15th Jan. 1594–5), 514; resolute against Balwearie, 516, 517, 518–9, 520, 533; suspected plot against, 516; Nicolson delivers bill for Border causes to, 516, 519; busied to assure Crawford and Master of Glamis, 517; limits attendance at Convention, 521; commands Colville to keep intelligence with Bowes, 521; at Convention, 523, 525; oversight to Colville, 524; pardons Balwearie, 525; causes strait watch to be kept, 525; takes order for quieting Highlands, 526, 573; warrant by, 526; defers answer about Ireland, 527, 530, 535; movements of, 527, 529; to James Hudson (4th Feb.), 529; Forbes complains to, 529, 530; wonder that Elizabeth does not support, 530, 533; sends order to Duke, 530; Ochiltree to meet, 530; brought Chancellor to Queen, 531, 543; instructions to Colonel Stewart (14th Feb.), 531; likely to go to Stirling, 533; labours excommunication of Spott, 533, 537; propounds question to ministers, 537, 539, 544, 549; Earl's offer to be submitted to, 534, 536; Duke reports to, 536; would not pardon Hercules Stewart, 536; Chancellor guides, 537, 539; looks for help from Elizabeth, 537; goes to Stirling, 537, 539, 545, 546, 547, 548; Earls' project to capture, 538, 545, 549; grieved at execution of Lentrens, 538, 539; declines free ward to Argyll, 540; commands act of Council to be altered, 540; to Burghley (1st March), 541; to Bowes (1st March), 542; malcontent, 543; Elizabeth's support would bind, 544; Queen moves for keeping of Prince, 543, 545, 546, 548, 549, 550, 553, 554; sends for Colville, 546, 548, 549; commands Master of Gray to depart, 547, 549; Queen and Edinburgh bailies appeal to, 548; incensed against Cessford and Buccleuch, 548, 549, 554; returns from Stirling, 549; commendations from Bowes to, 549; has goodwill to do well, 550; writes for beer for Queen, 550; Chancellor exonerates himself to, 550; altogether for Mar, 550; takes advice of Session in his affairs, 551, 552; informed that Elizabeth will not assist, 551; bent against Papist faction, 552; has begun to mislike Chancellor, 552; disappointed of his pretences, 553; letters of, in favour of Lennox, 553; Mar and Chancellor make form of agreement before, 554, 555; goes to Stirling, 554, 555; Donald Gorme and Angus MacConnell to send in great sums to, 555; said that England will think help needless for, 555; travail with, in Irish matters, 555; refers Border cause to Lords of Council, 556; examines Myreton, 556, 559–60, 561, 569; Papists account him a Catholic, 556–7, 560, 561, 566, 569, 570, 571; Colonel Stewart writes and sends intercepted letters to, 557, 558, 560, 570; MacLean's pledges to, 557; Myreton's memorial and instructions concerning, 558, 564, 565, 571, 572, 573; gives Myreton's tablet to Queen, 559, 561, 569; goes to Stirling, 559, 562, 566, 570; Huntly writes to, 560, 563, 570; proclamation by (26th March), 561; writes to Henry IV. and Guise, 562, 567, 571; sends copies of intercepted letters and papers anent Myreton to Bowes, 562, 565, 567, 568; blames Colville, 563; writes to Bowes, 563; Angus willing to be reconciled with, 563, 598; delivers Myreton to the law, 566, 570, 576; pedigree making him a bastard, 566, 570; to Chancellor [c. 3rd April], 567; suit in favour of Colville, 568, 596, 596–7, 599, 625, 628; looks for Bowes's diligence, 568; sets English subject at liberty, 570–1; hopes to succeed Elizabeth, 571; effect of Highland policy of, 573, 589; dealt with, anent Myreton, 574, 575; to go to Falkland, 575, 576; directions anent Bothwell sought from, 575; hunting, 576; Secretary goes to, 577, 580; Chancellor looks to meet, 577; persuaded against England, 577; grants warrant to Orkney, 578, 580; movements of, 579, 580, 583, 584, 586, 587, 588; has hanged some Macgregors, 579; summons ministers for excommunication of Spott and others, 579, 587, 589, 590; to be in Edinburgh for Convention, 579, 580, 583, 593; commission to Colville against Bothwell, 581, 595–6, 599, 628; wishes no favour for Jesuit, Lawe, 582, 583; will do his best for Ireland matters, 583, 585; motion for removing Prince odious to, 583, 588, 593, 594, 607, 608, 610, 615, 621; advertised that rebels are received in England, 583; angry at Buccleuch, 583–4; suspects further practice, 585; command to Edinburgh, 587; Queen renews proposition to, 588, 589; summons Chancellor, 588, 589, 593; wishes French King not to receive Bothwell, 589; desires to have quietness, 589, 594, 600, 601; ministers exhort, 591; would be glad of return of Bowes, 591; comes to Edinburgh, 593; to go to marriage of Lord Glamis, 594, 595, 597, 599, 601; MacConnell seeks remission from, 594, 595, 620; Mar gives contentment to, 594; entrusts chief affairs to Blantyre, 594; movements of, 594, 595, 597, 599; understands of Elizabeth's assurance to Papist lords, 595; Council write to, of Border matters, 598; agents of Catholic lords busy with, 598, 603; Mr. Dickson deals with, 598, 609; sends for Queen to Stirling, 599, 601, 602–3; contentment of, important for Irish matters, 600, 671; Colonel Stewart has brought nothing to, 601, 602, 605; supports Mar against adversaries, 602, 604, 615, 625, 627, 646, 653–4; comes to Queen, sick at Linlithgow, 603, 604, 606, 607, 626; takes no outward knowledge of factions, 605, 607, 608, 610, 617; intends preservation of both Chancellor and Mar, 605, 610, 615, 625; aims at Master of Glamis, 609, 624, 637; intended movements of, 609; labours for agreement between Chancellor and Mar, 610, 617, 618, 621, 624, 631, 634, 637, 640, 641, 643–4, 651, 652, 662; hope conceived by Pope of, 611, 614; gives assurance anent Ireland, 616, 620; displeased with book Rich. his Farewell, 616; proposed intercession with, for Huntly and Errol, 617; holds conference concerning emulation between Queen and Mar, 617; goes to Stirling, 617, 620, 624; audience to Nicolson anent Ireland, 619–20, 629; hates Buccleuch, 624; at Falkland, 625, 626, 630, 631, 633, 639; refuses Queen's motion, 626; forbids Buccleuch to break peace on Borders, 631, 635, 666; Queen to go to, at Falkland, 631, 633–4, 635, 640, 642, 643, 646, 651, 652, 659; proclamation against sending provisions to Ireland, 633, 636, 640, 642, 649; Cessford gives contentment to, 634; sends David Foulis to London, 634, 635; plot to draw him to Queen at Edinburgh, 637, 639, 640, 651, 652, 653, 662; Mar goes to, 639; offer of Sanquhar to, 640; goes to baptism of Mar's son, 640, 641, 643, 645–6; remains resolute concerning Prince, 640, 641, 646, 656, 657, 658–9, 660; overthrow of, would endanger amity and religion, 641–2, 659, 664; Elizabeth should seek support of, in Irish matters, 643, 645, 649; Buccleuch with, 643; dealt with Argyll, 652; movements of, 653, 659, 660, 663; commissioners from General Assembly report to, 654; commissioners from Angus dealing with, 654, 680; goes unexpectedly to Edinburgh to see what they mean, 654, 655–6, 657, 658–9, 662–3, 666; sends for Mr. Robert Bruce, 657, 660; Chancellor's party take counsel against, 657–8, 660, 663, 664; altogether for Mar, 659, 660, 666; Chancellor yields obedience to, 663, 666; movements of, hunting, 663, 667, 669, 672, 678; Queen to meet at Falkland, 663, 669, 672, 673, 678, 681; Buccleuch, Cessford, and Master of Glamis intend trouble to, 664, 665–6, 670; MacLean would have favour of, 668, 669, 670, 678; Argyll sends for advice of, 671; division between Queen and, 670; no man dare deal plainly with, 671, 672, 681; agrees Queen and Mar, 672, 678–9; cannot be in Edinburgh till Queen is settled, 673; duties of, out of Isles and Kintyre, 678; money for (11th Aug.), 678; agreement wrought between Queen and, 679, 681; Hume has promised to follow, 679; offended with Mr. David Black and Mr. Andrew Melville, 679–680, 682; writes to Argyll for Irish matters, 680, 681–2; rejoices at English victory, 680, 681, 683, 686; movements of, 680, 681, 682, 683, 688, 689, 691; proclamation by (24th July), 680; causes Mar to speak with Queen, 681, 683; summons Chancellor to reveal plots of Edinburgh faction, 680–1, 683, 689; Queen's mother exhorts her to obey, 682; refuses to see Master of Glamis, 682, 687; to Elizabeth (20th Aug.), 683; lurking hatred between Queen and, 683, 689; attitude of Huntly and Errol to, 686–7; Elizabeth writes to, 689; news respecting, 690; receives MacLean, 691; 704; 706.

James VI., Clerk of Chamber of. See Foulis, David; Guard of, see King's Guards; Master of Household of, see Chisholm, Sir James; late Master of Wardrobe of, see Murray, Mr. James; Master of Works of, see Shaw, William.

, gratuity (annuity) of: 19–20, 21, 27, 32, 95, 96, 98, 114, 125, 428, 542 and n., 553, 621, 627.

, Sir: 326.

Jamesoun, Thomas: 111.

Jamisson, Robert: 15.

Jedburgh, Abbot of: 347.

: Bothwell resorts to, 183, 191, 194, 196, 223; letter dated at, 192; King and Council at, 205, 215, 218, 222; Carr of Littledon made provost, 206; represented in Parliament, 347.

Jeffson, Mr. William: 418.

Jerome, St.: 349, 353.

Jesuits: forbidden to approach King, 16; plot of, 16; 22; to hold conference, 23; Convention proposes means for apprehension of, 26; 41; 49; 53; their work in Scotland (1589), 56; petition of General Assembly anent (29th April 1593), 84; Huntly promises to remove, 119, 696; ministers crave banishment of, 127; 182; 221; practising of (1589), 244; act of Council against (23rd July 1594), 383; Scottish Jesuit come through England, 406; instruments of King of Spain in Scotland, 408; 425; caution not to reset in north, 513, 536; 532; intercepted letters from, 557; proclamation forbidding transporting them into the realm (26th March 1595), 561; aim at sowing discord, 568; 608; 616.

Jesuits, General of. See Aquaviva.

, Principal of Seminary of. See Cheyne, Mr. James.

. See also Catholics; Society of Jesus.

John: delivers letter to Fintry, 11.

Johnson, Daniel: 547.

, Edward: 547.

, Gavin: memorandum by, 86.

, George: 664, 665.

, George: 547.

, Nathaniel: 547.

, Robert: 547.

, —; 547.

Johnstone (Johnston), Sir James, Laird of Johnstone: implicated in broil between Tweedies and Geddeses, 83, 90; day of law for, 92, 99; warded, 92; escape of, 99; subscribes cause in hand, 159; to Bothwell (12th Nov. 1593), 225; enemy and slayer of Maxwell, 225, 236, 250, 261 n., 294, 395, 499 n.; proposed raid against, 250, 261; 257; device to draw him from Bothwell, 284; 338; Hamilton seeks to capture, 360; will resist wardenship of Hamilton, 395, 402; joins enemies of Bothwell, 445; remission to, 446, 499, 500, 505, 506, 508, 520, 545, 579; alleged plot of, 452; intended invasion of, 472; raid in Ewesdale, 477; Hamilton malcontent at favour to, 508; supports Chancellor, 519; King leans to, 520; promises to keep good order, 535; summoned before Council for settling feuds, 598, 599; cautions required from Herries and, 600, 621, 624; weapons sent to, 616; to be agreed with Sanquhar, 640; renewed troubles with. Drumlanrig and Maxwells, 672, 680; seeks support of Queen, 672.

Johnstone of Kirktoun, (Andrew): 672.

(Johnston), Mr. James: 25.

Johnstones (Gonstones): name or clan of, 508, 672.

Jonas (Jones), Father: Jesuit on mission to England, 563, 565, 566, 579.

Jonas, Mr.: name assumed by John Cecil, 7.

Jowsey (Jowsye, Jowcye, Jousey), Robert: bill of exchange for, 75, 76; Carnegie's daughter delivered to custody of, 98; goes to London, 98, 108; commission for William Orde at petition of, 108; 125; money for James VI. paid to, 130; employed to stop passing of warrant, 577.

Juara, Stephano de: 562. See also Ivara.

Juentes, Count of: 571.

Jura (Dura): 254, 255, 381.

Justice, College of: 111.

Clerk. See Cockburn of Ormiston.

, Depute: 566; and see Hart of Evisland.

Courts: 513, 622.