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Sacrament, the, 72, 281.

Sacramentarians, 273.

Sacraments, administration of the, 19, 60.

-, to be abolished, 45.

Saint Andre, Marshal de, Jaques d'Albon, 8, 12, 20, 33, 47, 74, 85, 135, 142, 189, 190, 214, 215, 287.

-, -, ransom of, 57, 62.

-, -, a gentleman in the service of, 137.

Saint Andrew's, Archbishop of, 361, 425, 829.

-, -, put to death, 829.

-, -, Prior of, James, natural brother of Queen Mary, and Earl of Murray, 829.

Saint Asaph, Bishop of, 82.

Saint Bartholomew, massacre of, 539 note.

Saint David's, Bishop of, 82.

Saint Denis, 503, 505, 599, 600.

-, church of, 85, 501, 598.

Saint Dominick, Order of, 245.

Saint Gelais, Guy de. See Lansac, Mons. de.

Saint George, the patron of London, festival of, 64.

-, -, day of, ceremony performed on the, 69.

-, -, -, not observed by Philip, 154.

Saint Germain, 193, 243, 282, 308, 346, 347, 392, 572, 573, 576, 582, 766, 777, 791, 795.

-, -, chapel of the palace of, 94.

-, -, suburb of, outside Paris, 330.

-, -, edict of, called “the Edict of January” [1562], permitting the preachings, 287, 300, 305, 624.

-, -, republished, 283.

-, -, letters dated at, 282, 813–818.

-, -, English gentlemen resident at, 817.

-, -, abbey of, 601.

Saint Germain-en-Laye, 552.

Saint Goard près Colonges, letter dated at, 464.

Saint James, Knights of the Order of, 191.

Saint Jean, Mons. de, 286. See San Gian.

Saint Jean d'Angeli, 515.

Saint John of Jerusalem, Order of, 40.

-, -, Priory of, a house of the, seized by Queen Elizabeth, 40.

-, -, Act for suppression of the Hospitallers of, 68.

-, -, pension on, promised to II Schifanoya, 82.

-, -, Prior of the Order of, Sir Thomas Tresham, 18.

-, -, Knight of, in Spain, 81.

Saint Lo, 586, 587, 588.

Saint Luc, Mons. de, 779.

Saint Malo, insurgents at, 138.

Saint Maur, 365, 581, 588, 720.

Saint Michael, Order of, 5, 114, 151 bis, 159, 215, 253, 523.

-, -, ceremony of the Knights of the, 282.

-, -, collar of the, 77.

-, -, Knights of the, 61, 76, 132, 135, 136, 146, 193, 202, 206, 396, 405.

-, -, -, of France and Italy, chapter of the, 206.

-, -, -, charges of heresy against, 206.

Saint Omer, fortress of, 735.

Saint Ouen, abbey of, 343.

Saint Pol, Madame de, widow of the Duke d'Enghien, the King of Navarre's brother, 5, 138.

Saint Quentin, 43, 54.

-, -, battle of, 5, 138.

-, -, fortress of, 94.

-, -, restitution of, to France, 105, 118, 125.

Saint Thomas, statue of, stoned and beheaded, p. 11.

Saint Valery, in France, 103.

Saintes, 515.

Saintonge, 72, 135.

Saints, invocation of, 19.

-, worship of, 58.

-, figures of the, defaced, 71.

Salisbury, Bishop of, deceased, 82.

Salt, 467, 674, 683, 685, 686.

Saluzzo, 774, 812.

-, marquisate of, 794, 801.

Salviati, Bernardo, Bishop of Clermont, 246.

-, Giovanni, Cardinal, 246.

Salzburg, Archbishop of, 400.

Sancerre, Count de, 135. See Sansar.

Sanctuary, 208.

Sandilands, Lord, ambassador from Scotland to France, 210.

San Dye, letters dated at, 663, 664, 665.

San Gian (sic), brother of Montgomery, 576.

San Giorgio, Cardinal, 96.

Sanguini, Fabricio di, Signor, sent by the Pope to Philip, 159.

-, -, returns to Rome, 163.

San Juan de los Reyes, monastery of, 192.

San Martino, in Montferrat, 52.

San Saluto, Abbot of, Vincenzo Parpaglia, 1, 178, 188.

-, -, to be sent by the Pope to Elizabeth, 176.

San Salvatore, in Montferrat, 52.

Sansar, Count, bastard son of the, 178.

San Severo, the Priuli palace at, 181.

Sansone, Andrea, 473.

Santa Croce, Commander of, brother of Mary Stuart, 361.

-, -, Monsignor, Papal nuncio to Portugal, 192, 194, 198.

-, -, Cardinal, 421.

Santhia, in Piedmont, 65, 79.

Santillana, the Licentiate, 125.

Sant' Ojos, the favourite Chamberlain of Philip, 148.

Saragossa, Archbishop of, arrest of the, 103.

Sardinia, 169, 248.

Sarmiento, Pedro, Don, 81.

Satin, 144.

Savoie, Jaques de, Duke de Nemours, 66.

-, Madame de, illness of, 147.

Savoy, 89, 151, 508.

-, restored by the French to the Duke of Savoy, 43, 55.

-, ambassador from, in France, 375, 432.

-, duchy of, 70, 85, 87.

-, house of, 92.

-, Duke of, [Emmanuel Philibert,] 13, 21, 28, 41, 43, 44, 47, 49, 52, 61, 62, 66, 74, 75, 76, 79, 86, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 97, 100, 176, 206, 221, 225, 227, 230, 234, 273, p. 329, p. 332, 338, 496, 718, 829.

-, -, ambassador of, at the Conference, 28, 31, 38.

-, -, -, the Count of Stroppiana, 34.

-, -, and Madame Marguerite, sister of Henry II., marriage of, 42, 43, 54, 55, 59, 65, 70, 79 note, 85.

-, -, the French restore Savoy and Piedmont to, 43.

-, -, fortresses belonging to, 50.

-, -, resumes possession of his territories, 57.

-, -, dispensation for the marriage of, 66.

-, -, sends a commissary to France, 70.

-, -, commissioners of, 75.

-, -, expenses by, for his marriage, 81.

-, -, departs with sixty gentlemen for France, 81.

-, -, sends a gentleman to Rome, 70.

-, -, agent of, Coconato, 89.

-, -, in France, 100.

-, -, illness of, 150.

-, -, offers to assist the King of France against insurgents, 151.

-, -, ambassador of, in France, 151.

-, -, galleys of, 166, 169, 248.

-, -, intends to make an expedition against Geneva, 194.

-, -, ambassador from, to Scotland, Mons. de Moretta, 376, 378, 384.

-, -, sponsor to Prince James of Scotland, 829.

-, -, gentlemen of, 66.

-, -, household of, 62, 65.

-, -, retinue of, 75.

-, -, consort of, 61, 87. See Marguerite.

-, -, cousin of, 62.

-, Duchess of, 103, 112.

Savoyards assist the insurgents at Amboise, 136.

Saxony, 460, 498.

-, ambassador from, to England, 497.

-, Duke of, 102, 167, App. 5.

-, -, brother of, proposes to marry Elizabeth, 102.

-, -, John Frederick, second son of the late, proposes marriage with Queen Elizabeth, 119.

-, -, the late, 167.

-, -, Augustus, 454, 760.

-, -, league between England, the King of Denmark, the Count Palatine of the Rhine, and the, 779.

-, -, daughter of the, marriage of Casimir with a, 498.

-, -, -, proposed marriage of Mons. d'Alençon with another, 498.

-, Elector of, 496.

-, John William of, wedding of, 167.

Sayavedra, Maria, de Zamoza, 81.

Scacco, Cæsar, physician to Elizabeth, 659.

Scaling ladders, 167.

Scarcity, a great, in France, 295.

Sceptres, the three, p. 16.

Scheldt, the river, Anjou to be declared Protector of the Provinces on this side of, 784.

Schifanova, II, letters from, 1, 2, 10, 11, 15, 18, 23, 40, 45, 51, 58, 64, 68, 71, 77, 78, 82.

Schomberg, Mons. de, 626, 630.

Schwartzburg, Count, 70.

Sciampoli, Mons de, 56.

Scory, Doctor, Bishop of Chichester, 23.

Scotch archers of the guard of Charles IX., King of France, 428.

-, captains, 162.

-, chiefs, 114, 167.

-, -, demand the removal of the Queen Regent and the French troops, 155.

-, commissioners at the Conference, demands by the, (1560) 178.

-, fortresses, 162, 178, 484.

-, gentlemen, three, hanged, 130.

-, Lords, servants of the Queen Regent of Scotland, 178.

-, ministry, 180.

-, noblemen, eight, hostages to Queen Elizabeth, 162.

-, Parliament, 376.

-, Protestants, 156. See Protestants.

-, rebels or insurgents, 96, 100, 113, 132, 141, 152, 153, 156, 163, 361, 365, 425, 474, 476.

-, -, property restored to the, 180.

-, -, letters written by Queen Elizabeth to the, App. 4.

-, -, supplied with money by Elizabeth, 398.

-, royalists, 428.

-, secretaries and officials, put to death by the French, 178.

-, ships, 685.

-, troops, 105, 112, 167.

-, -, defeat of, 114.

Scotchman, a, 426.

-, Elizabeth may marry “that,” App. 5.

-, arrested in France for conspiracy, 140.

-, of the house of Stuart, 454.

-, arrested in France, 611.

Scotchmen, 277.

Scotland, “account of the State” of, (1542–80) 829.

-, the French held garrisons in, 829.

-, (1559) 77, 112, 114, 115, 118.

-, 300 towns in, burnt by the English, 829.

-, the French to dismantle certain fortresses in, 43.

-, and England, peace between, 76.

-, agitated by the question of religion, 85.

-, French troops to be sent to, 85.

-, insurrections in, 87.

-, troops sent to, under the command of Mons. de La Brosse, 96, 829.

-, Protestant insurgents in, 100.

-, French General in, 105.

-, letter of Francis and Mary touching the disturbances in, 110.

-, the Marquis d'Elbæuf's voyage to, 113.

-, skirmish in, 119.

-, (1560) 130, 131, 132, 134, 139, 140, 141, 142, 145, 151, 154, 155, 156, 162, 164, 167, 197, 215, App. 4.

-, French reinforcements (or troops) in, 127, 130, 131, 137, 145.

-, form of government of, insisted on by Queen Elizabeth, 139.

-, and France, proclamation of Queen Elizabeth concerning peace with, 139.

-, insurrections in, 140.

-, proceedings of the French in, objected to by Elizabeth, 140.

-, English troops in, 145, 149.

-, Bishop of Valence going to, 147.

-, alleged secret understanding of, with Denmark, &c, 151.

-, an English army enters, 153.

-, state of, compared by Queen Elizabeth to that of Flanders, 155.

-, an “information” about events in, 156.

-, an interim demanded for the whole of, 156.

-, league between Elizabeth and the “rebel heretics” of, 156;

hostages given by them, ib.

-, Lord Grey enters, 157.

-, Philip sends 3,000 Spaniards to assist the French in, 157.

-, Philip expected to favour the union of, with England, 157.

-, conference between the ministers of England and France on the borders of, 168.

-, Spanish troops destined for, 173.

-, courier from, to France, 175.

-, league between Elizabeth and the nobility of, 180.

-, conclusion of the agreement between Elizabeth, the French commissioners, and, 180.

-, and France, articles of agreement (or peace) between, 180, 205, 206.

-, no Frenchman to hold any office in, 180.

-, agreement between England, France, and, 186.

-, sixteen ships sent by Elizabeth to, App. 5.

-, shipwreck of French vessels on their way to, App. 5.

-, (1561) 249, p. 332, 273, 276.

-, articles between the late King Francis and, Queen Mary asked to ratify the, 243.

-, -, repudiated, 253.

-, nearly lost by France, 272.

-, insurrection in, 276.

-, envoys from Queen Mary to England and, 277.

-, (1563) 322.

-, rebellion of prelates and Catholics in, 330.

-, (1565) 358.

-, (1566) 360, 362, 363, 364, 365, 371, 373, 377.

-, recall of rebels to, by the King (Darnley), 365.

-, Papal nuncio designate to, the Bishop of Mondovi, 371, 375, 376.

-, (1567) 377, 378, 385, 388, 389, 390, 391, 393, 394, 395, 396, 399.

-, French agent in, 383.

-, the wife of one of the principal personages of, died by poison, 385.

-, De Villeroy sent to, 391.

-, disturbances in, 395, 396.

-, Mons. Lignerolles sent to, 396;

returns, 406.

-, (1568) 420, 423.

-, conformity with the new religion enforced in, 419.

-, in arms, 424, 425.

-, a gentleman sent from, to France, 425.

-, (1569) 451, 453, 456, 462.

-, the Catholics fled from, to France, 462.

-, (1570) 464, 474, 476, 479.

-, insurrection in, 477.

-, an English army enters, 481, 482.

-, commissioners from, to negociate some agreement, 484.

-, (1571) 508.

-, disturbances in, 829.

-, (1572) 533, 536, 537.

-, two factions in, 536.

-, a gentleman sent from France to, with a gentleman from England, 538.

-, Elizabeth endeavouring to bring, into subjection, 549.

-, (1575) 629.

-, an Englishman of rank sent to, 702.

-, (1579) 761.

-, risings in, suppressed, 806.

-, ambassador from, to Elizabeth, 45, 68.

-, -, to France, 205, 206.

-, -, -, Lord Sandilands, 210.

-, -, -, the Bishop of Glasgow, 432, 523.

-, ambassador to, from France, Mons. de Noailles, 253.

-, -, -, Mons. de Croc, 396, 448.

-, -, from the Duke of Savoy, 376.

-, arms of, 180.

-, barons of, 114, 829 passim.

-, -, three, adherents of the Queen Regent, 105.

-, -, besieging Little Leith, 112.

-, -, six, hostages in England, 147.

-, Bastard of, the Great, 100.

-, -, James, Earl of Murray, 243, 253.

-, Borders of, 465, 477.

-, -, the army of the Queen of England quartered on the, 140, 156.

-, -, the Duke of Norfolk commander of troops on the, 140, 141.

-, -, conference on the, 167.

-, -, See Border;

Marches.

-, -, commissioners to meet again on the, 172.

-, Catholic religion in, 373, 829.

-, Catholics in, 378.

-, Chancellor of, the Lord, 114.

-, -,.dismissed, 178.

-, Church in, the, 829.

-, churches of, 156.

-, -, masses prohibited in the, 391.

-, constitution of, 155, 178.

-, Council of, 799.

-, -, twelve noblemen to be appointed, 180, 196.

-, Council of State of, 361.

-, courts of law of, 178, 196.

-, Crown of, 139, 140, 396, 405, 419, 449, 453, 455.

-, customs of, 154.

-, ecclesiastical Estate of, 361.

-, ecclesiastics of, many, compelled to depart, 156.

-, Estates of, 277, 361, 419.

-, -, the three, 131, 180, 196.

-, -, summoned, 392.

-, -, held, 415.

-, fortress in, a, near England, 41.

-, fortresses in, 154, 180, 449.

-, -, on the frontiers, in the hands of the French, 140.

-, government of, 464, 707.

-, -, by twelve native Scots, 180.

-, -, committed to six Earls, 399, 405.

-, harbours of, 87.

-, islands of, 829.

-, King of. See Darnley.

-, -, See James VI.

-, Kingdom of, 140, 210, 640.

-, -, claims of Elizabeth upon the, 440.

-, laws of, 162, 154, 178, 180.

-, liberties of, 178.

-, Lords of, 267.

-, -, the King's governors, 640.

-, -, in arms against the King's uncle, 799.

-, merchants from, 477.

-, monasteries in, 829.

-, nobility of, 131, 140, 358, 361, 390, 392, 419.

-, people of, 139.

-, Privy Council of, Lords of the, 361.

-, property in, 178.

-, Parliament of, 100, 131, 180, 273, 361, 391, 449, 456.

-, -, declaration made in the, 140.

-, -, abolishes the Catholic religion, 205.

-, -, resolve of the, as to religion, 389.

-, Queen of. See Mary Stuart.

-, Queen Regent of. See Mary of Lorraine.

-, Regent of, the Earl of Murray appointed, 405.

-, -, and his Council, 420.

-, religion in, 180.

-, ships of, 87.

-, towns of the Church in, 156.

-, usages of, 178.

-, Vice-Chancellor of, the French, 118.

Scots, the, 89, 100, 134, 137, 139, 140, 145, 147, 157, 161, 162, 175, 481, 707, 829.

-, (1559) made a foray into England, 13, 16.

-, in the field with the chief barons of the Kingdom, 109.

-, (1560) ancient privileges of the, 131.

-, assist the insurgents at Amboise, 136.

-, three thousand, in France, 140.

-, friends and confederates of England, 145.

-, withdraw from obedience to their King and Queen, 152.

-, understanding of Elizabeth with the, 154.

-, Lord Grey joins the, 155.

-, who had remained faithful to their King and Queen, 156.

-, junction of an English army with the, 158.

-, send hostages to England, 159.

-, an interim conceded to the, 178.

-, to be under Elizabeth's protection, 180.

-, articles of the treaty between the King and Queen of France and the, 196.

-, (1580) embarked for Portugal, 814, 816.

Scotto, Geronimo, his interview with Elizabeth, 657.

Scrope, Lord, Warden of the Marches, 426.

Scura, Cavaliere, 498.

Seal, Great, Keeper of the, speech by the, 15.

Seamen, 686.

Sebastian, Don. See Portugal, King of.

Secretaries, 15.

Secretary, the Queen's principal, [Cecil,] 368.

-, of State, [Walsingham,] 652.

Sects, 273.

Sedan, 582.

Segovia, 170, 173.

-, bishopric of, 160.

Seine, the river, 302, 310, 325, 333, 635.

-, ferry over the, 600.

-, bridge over the, 634.

Selles, Mons. de, 705.

-, -, sent by Philip to Flanders, 703.

Selve, Mons. de, 310.

Semple, Lord, 361.

Senarpont, Mons. de, Jean de Mou chy, 206.

Sens, 655.

-, Cardinal of, 96.

-, -, Grand Chancellor of France, 42.

-, -, son of the, 65.

Serbelloni, Gianantonio, made Cardinal, 129 note.

Sermons, 78.

-, before the Queen, 28.

-, in London, 40.

Sessa, Duke of, 75, 111, 150, 169, 176, 191, 195, 198, 234, 270.

-, -, Gonzalo Fernandez, 128.

-, -, body-guard of the, 170.

-, -, followers of the, 170.

-, -, father of the, 170.

-, -, mother-in-law of the, 170, 179.

Sesselis, a gentleman of the King of Navarre, 157 note. See Suselis.

Seton, Lord, rescues Mary Stuart, 425.

-, -, a place belonging to, 425.

-, -, taken prisoner, 426.

Seurre, Michiel de, Mons., French ambassador to England, 141.

-, -, summary of the articles treated with, 131.

-, -, protest made by, to Queen Elizabeth, 152.

-, -, reply of Queen Elizabeth to the protest of, 167.

Seville, 192, 227.

-, gabel of, 158.

-, the Inquisition in, 245.

-, Archbishop of, General of the Inquisition, 121, 194.

-, -, Hernando de Valdes, 265.

Sforza, Catarina, 127.

-, Ludovico, the Moor, 209.

Ships, English, p. 11, 131, 140, 162, 180, 788, 823.

-, (1560) sent by Elizabeth to Scotland, 156, App. 5.

-, (1561) captured by Spaniards, 266.

-, (1562) of war, 293.

-, (1563) to succour Havre de Grace, 338.

-, (1564) captured by the French, 357.

-, (1567) full of provisions, presented by Elizabeth to Philip, 399.

-, (1569) armed, from England, off Dieppe, 448.

-, twenty, at La Rochelle, 455.

-, bound for La Rochelle, 460.

-, (1573) sent to the Dutch, 557.

-, (1577) arrive at La Rochelle, 680.

-, off Rochelle, taken by De Lansac, 685, 686, 690.

-, (1578) twenty-five, fitted out, 702.

-, thirty, armed by Elizabeth, 715.

-, (1579) armed, to accompany Casimir, 750.

-, attack a fleet coming from India, 767.

-, several, armed for defence of Ireland, 768.

-, convey the Duke of Anjou to France, 773.

-, eight armed, to secure Anjou's passage, 774.

-, (1580) merchant, 800.

-, fitted out for Portugal, 814.

-, foreign, embargo upon, in English ports, 167, 450.

Shoes, 448.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, Talbot, p. 18, 45.

Sicily, 166, 172, 199, 201, 224, 232.

-, Don Garcia de Toledo sent to, 169.

-, galleys of, 267.

-, Kingdom of, 191.

-, Viceroy of, Duke of Medina Celi, 166.

-, -, mission from the, 179.

-, -, Don John of Austria, 247.

Sidonio, Marco Antonio, a facetious Venetian, 74.

Sienna, 42, 57.

-, city of, 65.

-, Republic of, 42, 54.

-, -, delegates from the, in France, 65.

Siennese, the, 42.

-, emigrants, 47.

Siguenza, bishopric of, 160.

Silk, 160.

-, cloths of, 65, 118, 426, 467.

Silva, Diego Guzman de, Don, Spanish ambassador, 442, 444.

-, -, secretary of, 445.

-, Juana de, Doña, 81.

-, Ruy Gomez de, Don. See Gomez.

Silver, 163, 273, 248, 449, 454.

-, wrought, 97.

-, -, pieces of, 638.

Simier, Mons. [Jean] de, 647.

-, -, ambassador from the Duke of Alençon to Elizabeth, 731, 734, 735, 736, 754, 760, 768, 772, 774, 781, 783, 784, 789, 811, 812.

-, -, articles concluded by, 732.

-, -, to depart for England, accompanied by sixty gentlemen, 738, 740.

-, -, reception of, in England, 742, 743, 745.

-, -, sends Cavaliere Bertone to France, 751.

-, -, sends Rochetaille to Monsieur, 754.

-, -, returns from England, 788.

-, -, presents to, 788.

Sitico family. See Altemps.

Small-pox, 125, 127, 130, 133, 230, 234, 461.

Smerwick, 827.

Smith, Sir Thomas, 571.

-, -, ambassador to France, 302, 309, 310, 311, 314, 315, 319, 325, 342, 343, 344, 347, 348, 350, 354, 355, 357, 359.

-, -, imprisoned, 342.

-, -, released, 346.

-, -, attendants of, 346.

-, -, ambassador extraordinary to France, to demand the restitution of Calais, 387, 388, 389.

-, -, present of plate to, 388.

-, -, Grand Secretary in England, 533.

-, -, again ambassador to France, 532, 533, 534, 536, 537.

-, -, on his way to Spain (?), 664.

Soignies, 735.

Soissons, 732.

-, fortress of, 735.

-, letter dated at, 564.

Soldiers, English, 449. See Troops.

Soleure, a Swiss canton, 204.

Soliman, Sultan, 59, 118, 141, 166.

-, -, second son of, Bajazet, rebels, 59.

-, -, peace made by Venice with, 166.

-, -, fleet of, 172.

Sora, Duchy of, 192.

Sora, Captain, 473.

Soranzo, Giacomo, Venetian ambassador with the Emperor, letters from, 486, 488, 491, 493, 494, App. 2, 3, 4, 5.

Sorbonne, doctors and theologians of the, 200.

-, -, six, sent to Scotland, 96.

-, the university of the theologians, 259.

Soriano, Michiel, report by, concerning King Philip of Spain, p. 327. See Surian.

Soto Mayor, Don Alonso de, sent to France by Don John of Austria, 709.

Sourdis, Mons. de, 86.

Soure, Mons. de, 646.

Southampton, 473, 554.

Spain, (1559) 5, 16, 34, 46, 57, 59, 61, 63, 66, 70, 75, 87, 88, 91, 92, 94, 96, 98, 103, 111, 114, 121.

-, commissioners of, for the peace, 6.

-, Philip about to go to, 55, 74, 79, 84, 92, 93.

-, list of persons punished and burnt in, for alleged heresy, 81.

-, Philip's voyage to, 88, 99.

-, principal personages in, accused of heresy, 102.

-, arrests on account of religion in, 103.

-, (1560) 124, 128, 130, 133, 142, 144, 148, 151, 154, 155, 16), 168, 170, 175, 194, 199, 201.

-, the Popes have been held in little account in, 125.

-, courier from, to France, 132.

-, question of precedence between France and, 144.

-, courier from, to Flanders, 160.

-, the Queen of England sends one of her Admirals to, App. 4.

-, (1561) 227, 230, 245, 251, p. 327, p. 331, 273.

-, (1564–7) 351, 371, 375, 377, 389, 395, 403, 404.

-, (1569) 453.

-, vessels arrive from, in an English port, 449.

-, (1570) 473, 487, 492, 493.

-, (1571) 497, 499, 509, 516, 520.

-, no peace existing between England and, 507.

-, (1572) 533, 539.

-, Elizabeth proposes to send an ambassador to, 534.

-, (1573) 561.

-, Elizabeth comes to an arrangement with, 542.

-, treaty lately concluded between England and, 550.

-, (1574) a most powerful fleet preparing in, 575.

-, a great armada expected to come from, to Flanders, 595, 596, 607.

-, (1578) 709, 710, 722, 730, 735.

-, deals secretly with King James of Scotland, 702.

-, (1579) 744, 753, 758.

-, courier from, to France, 774.

-, (1580) 800, 809, 816, 817, 821, 824, 826, 827.

-, a fleet prepared in Italy by, bound for England, 790.

-, proposal of the Duke of Anjou to attack, 792.

-, inducement held out to the King of France to make war on, 795.

-, commander of troops sent from, to Ireland, 822.

-, Admiral of the galleys of, Don Juan de Mendoza, 169.

-, ambassador from, to England, Alvarez de Quadra, Bishop of Aquila, 77, 152, 190, 265.

-, -, -, his house in London, 82.

-, -, -, Mons. de Glajon, 142.

-, -, -, (1564–73) 354, 442, 443, 561.

-, -, -, Don Bernardino de Mendoza, 698.

-, -, to France, 337, 354, 432, 450, 459, 467, 468, 469, 471, 478, 485, 490, 495, 501, 504, 516, 523, 548, 550, 563, 629, 663, 665, 668, 774.

-, -, to France, Thomas Perrenot, 100, 102, 105, 132.

-, -, -, majordomo of the, arrested for conspiracy in England, 538.

-, -, to France, Don Juan de Vargas, 709.

-, -, to Portugal, 247.

-, -, to Rome, 62, 93, 144, 826. See Figueroa;

Tendiglia.

-, ambassador to, from England, Lord Cobham, 7.

-, -, -, Lord Howard, 13.

-, -, -, Sir John Masone, 69.

-, -, -, Sir Thomas Challoner, 91.

-, -, - See Ambassadors.

-, ambassadors to, from England, 130.

-, ambassador to, from France, Mons. de Rambouillet, 130.

-, -, -, Secretary Gassot, 699.

-, -, -, a brother of the Cardinal Rambouillet, 728, 729.

-, -, from Venice, letters from, 578, 767, et passim.

-, benefices in, 125;

pensions on them, 160.

-, bishoprics of, 125;

their fiefs, 264.

-, bishops of, 159, 191, 262, 263, 265, 271.

-, church property in, 177.

-, -, power to sell, 208.

-, churches in, fiefs of, 232, 265.

-, clergy of, 177, 265.

-, -, subsidies from the, 124, 125, 177, 232, 236, 265.

-, -, loan from the, 232.

-, -, moneys to be levied from the, 264, 265, 267.

-, -, deceased, property of, 159.

-, coast of, 490, 768.

-, coastguard of, 166, 264.

-, Cortes of, 127, 154, 158, 179.

-, -, grant moneys to Philip, 173.

-, Council of, the Royal, 125.

-, Council of State of, 144, 230.

-, -, President of the Royal, 687.

-, custom-house officers in, 246.

-, episcopal fiefs in, power to sell, 191.

-, frontiers of, 127, 520.

-, Governess of, Joanna, Princess of Portugal, 81.

-, grandees of, 148.

-, Infanta of, proposals for a marriage between the Duke of Anjou and an, 800. See Isabella.

-, Infantas of, 637.

-, Inquisition in, an edict by the, 160.

-, Knights of, 667.

-, -, orders of, 191.

-, -, chapters of the, 192.

-, -, galleys of the three orders of the, 267.

-, learned men of, 173.

-, merchandise of, 460.

-, naval captain general of, election of a, 232.

-, Papal nuncio in. See Papal nuncio.

-, Papal nuncios in, abuses caused by, 125.

-, prelates of, 264, 265.

-, -, and theologians of, assembled by Philip, 159.

-, priests of, subsidies from the, 191, 208.

-, -, deceased, property of, 194.

-, Prince of. See Carlos, Don.

-, Princes of, 691.

-, Princesses of, portraits of the two, 699.

-, -, proposed marriage of the Duke of Alençon with one of the, 709.

-, Queen of. See Isabel.

-, -, daughter of the Emperor Maximilian, 487, 400, 492, 493, 497, 507, 691;

an English ambassador to her, 486.

-, realms of, 172.

-, Regént of, Joanna of Austria, 104.

-, revenues of, 158.

-, Secretary of, resident at Venice, 199.

-, -, in France, 496, 534, 530, 816.

-, tenths in, 158, 173.

-, troops in, 248.

Spaniards, the, 12, 16, 62, 92, 154, 222, 226, p. 327, p. 329, p. 332, 478, 485, 534, 556, 561, 629, 644, 662, 711, 728, 734, 763, 775, 784, 789, 790, 799, 806, 812, 817.

-, some, retired to Switzerland on account of religion, 142.

-, three thousand, in Flanders, 155.

-, -, destined by Philip to assist the French in Scotland, 157.

-, better servants than the French, 172.

-, two, burnt at Toledo, 245.

-, badge worn by the, a red cross, 485.

-, at Fonterabia, 773, 774 bis.

-, in Flanders, 735, 744, 748, 750, 768, 784, 792, 800.

-, -, many killed, 729.

-, land in Ireland, 768, 779.

-, in Ireland, 799, 824.

-, -, captured, 827.

Spanish agent in France, 768, 799.

-, agents and ministers in France, 771.

-, armaments, apprehension entertained by the English from the, 794.

-, Cardinals at Rome, 251.

-, cavaliers, 148, 198, 245.

-, cavalry, 199.

-, commandcrics, 75.

-, commissioners for peace, four, (1559) 4, 13, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 43, 46, 47, 49, 50, 52, 55, 56, 74.

-, debt, the, 124.

-, delegates to France, 76.

-, fairs, Philip debtor to the, 124.

-, fashion, p. 17.

-, -, cane-games in the, 5.

-, fleet, 166, 234, 248, 254, 798, 814.

-, -, to convey Philip to Spain, admiral of the, 84.

-, -, defeat of the, by the Turks, (1560) 165, 167, 175.

-, -, admiral of the, Don Garcia de Toledo, 169.

-, -, to be called the fleet of the Catholic Church, 172.

-, -, concessions by the Pope for maintenance of the, 191.

-, - against the Turks, Captain-Generalship of the, 191, 192.

-, -, attacked by the Turks, 208.

-, -, Generalship of the, 251.

-, -, to exceed 150 galleys, 267.

-, -, Captain-General of the, 267.

-, -, from the Indies, 478.

-, -, to sail for England, 794.

-, flects, 232.

-, fortresses restored, 61.

-, galleys, 124, 165, 166, 169, 172, 177, 192, 232, 236, 254, 266.

-, - lost, 176.

-, -, Philip intends to maintain one hundred and fifty, 191.

-, -, to be maintained by certain military orders, 191.

-, -, General of the, Don Juan de Mendoza, 232, 248.

-, -, captains of the, 251.

-, -, the Papal colours to be borne on, 267.

-, -, bull of provision for the maintenance of, 264, 265, 267.

-, garrisons in Flanders, 192.

-, Generalship of the Sea, 240, 247.

-, -, candidates for the, 234.

-, grandees, 144, 236.

-, guards, 124.

-, herald, a, 199.

-, horses, 148.

-, hostages, 61, 62.

-, infantry, 148, 169.

-, ministers or ministry, 13, 16, 149, 172, 192, 709, 722.

-, - in Italy, 118.

-, money, 273.

-, nation, hatred borne to the, in Flanders, 92.

-, noblemen, 25.

-, -, rewarded Avith commanderies, 75.

-, -, burnt for heresy, 75.

-, -, households of, 160.

-, physicians, 230.

-, property, detained in England, 507.

-, ship, a, detained by Elizabeth, 448.

-, ships or vessels, 93, 179, 468.

-, -, destined for Ireland, 497.

-, -, for an expedition in the English waters, 499.

-, troops, soldiers, or infantry, 166, p. 327.

-, -, in Flanders, 92, 93, 134, 144, 201, 230.

-, -, -, to assist the King of France, 199.

-, -, leave Flanders, 224, 232, 234.

-, -, to be sent to Scotland, 155, 159, 163, 166, 173.

-, -, expected in France, 290, 293.

-, -, in France, 313.

-, -, sent to Flanders, 705.

-, -, arrive in Ireland, 821.

-, - See Spaniards.

Spears, 189.

Spes, Guerau de, Don, ambassador from Spain to England, 443, 444, 445, 449, 451, 453, 455.

-, -, charges against, 534.

Spice contract, in Portugal, 164.

Spices, 160, 192.

Spires, letters dated at, 486, 488, 491, 493, 494.

Spoons, 77.

Spy, a, in the pay of the Queen of England, in France, 611.

Stafford, [Sir Edward,] the Queen of England's gentleman, 311.

-, -, sent to France, 789, 791, 792, 796.

-, -, arrives again in Paris, 808, 809.

-, -, ambassador to the Duke of Anjou, 810, 827.

-, Thomas, nephew of Cardinal Pole, insurrection by, p. 328.

Stag-hunting, 621, 770.

Statues destroyed, App. 2.

Statutes, oath to observe the, 78.

Stella, Giovanni Francesco, Signor, 40, 64, 80.

Steward, the Lord, Earl of Arundel, 2, p. 17.

Stewart, Robert, 132 note.

Stirling, 102, 829.

-, castle of, 361.

-, -, Prince James with most of the nobility in the, 389, 390.

-, -, governor of the, Erskine, 389, 391.

Stolberg, Count of, ambassador from the Emperor Maximilian, 392, 394.

Stones of divers colours, 244.

Stories, painted, 71.

Storye, John, Doctor, 18.

Strada, Isabella de, de Pedrosa, 81.

Strasburg, 168, 630.

-, Diet at, 809.

Stroppiana, Count of, ambassador of the Duke of Savoy, 31, 34, 38, 59, 61, 65, 66, 70.

Strozzi, —, 821, 824.

-, Cardinal, 96.

-, Filippo, 575, 812, 814.

-, -, and La Cormu, conference between, 574.

Stuart family, a gentleman of the, arrested for conspiracy in France, 157.

-, house of, a Scotchman of the, 410, 454.

Stukeley, Thomas, an exile in Spain, 499.

-, -, son of, ib.

Styria, 416.

Subsidies, p. 328.

Subsidy, a, asked for, (1559) 15.

-, grant of a, 18, 19.

Succession (to the Crown), the, 711, 748.

-, the Lords desire the Queen should consider the question of the, 684, 789, 790.

-, the, claimed by Mary, 790.

-, See Crown.

Suffolk, a rising in, 460.

Sugar, 467.

Sulmona, Prince of, 93.

Sultan Bayazet, 199. See Bajazet.

-, Soliman. See Soliman.

Supremacy, oath of, 71, 77, 78.

-, -, period prescribed by Parliament for taking the, 77.

-, -, term fixed by Parliament for all persons to take the, 78.

-, -, form of the, 82.

Surian, —, Venetian secretary in France, 638.

-, Giacomo, Venetian ambassador in France, letter from, 359.

-, Michiel, Venetian ambassador with King Philip, letters from, 3, 6, 7.

-, -, Venetian ambassador in France, 875.

-, -, letters from, 202, 203, 206, 207, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 221, 222, 225, 228, 229, 237, 239, 241, 242, 243, 249, 250, 252, 253, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 261, 276, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282.

-, -, letter to, 220.

-, -, secretary of, 243.

-, -, Report of France by, 273.

-, -, Venetian ambassador at Rome, 475.

-, -, letters from, 462, 463.

-, - See Soriano.

Surplice, the mere, 51.

Suselis, —, 132 note. See Sesselis.

Sussex, Earl of, Thomas Ratcliffe, 77, 384, 390.

-, -, carver at the coronation, p. 17.

-, -, dispute between Lord Robert Dudley and, 371.

-, -, Governor in Ireland, 371.

-, -, to take the Garter to the Emperor Ferdinand, 382.

-, -, ambassador to the Emperor, 391, 394, 397, 400, 401, 406, 412, 413, 414, 416, 417, 418.

-, -, attendants of, 414.

-, -, supposed to have been poisoned, 786.

-, -, servant of, 786.

-, -, brother-in-law of, 371.

Sutherland, Earl of, 829.

Sweden, 273, 377, 614, 615.

-, a memorable event in, 400.

-, Estates of, 190.

-, King of, 140, 253, 560, 698.

-, -, (1559) ambassadors from the, to Queen Elizabeth, 11.

-, -, ambassador from the, to treat of marriage with Elizabeth, 87, 96.

-, -, eldest son of the, proposed marriage with Queen Elizabeth, 119, 158.

-, -, (1560) renews commerce with France, 151.

-, -, about to abdicate in favour of his son, 190.

-, -, and his son, offers by, to Elizabeth, 190.

-, -, son of the, at the English Court endeavouring to bring about a marriage between her Majesty and his eldest brother, App. 3.

-, -, -, in England, App. 4, 5.

-, -, John, designate, expected in England, 186, 190.

-, -, -, and Elizabeth, proposed marriage between, 186, 190, 192.

-, -, troops of the, 400.

-, -, (1579) league between Philip and the, 768.

-, -, sister of the, proposed marriage between the King of France and the, 614.

-, Prince of, 768.

Swedish women, fighting as soldiers, 400.

Swiss Cantons, hereditary league between the House of Austria and all the, 230.

-, -, Catholic, 204.

-, -, Protestant, 285.

-, guard, 593.

-, guards, in French pay, 573.

-, -, at the French Court, 587.

-, merchants, 141.

-, troops in France, 332.

Switzerland, 134, 137, 142.

-, French Protestants retired into, 72.

-, Cantons of, 132.

-, a Lutheran Canton of, 233.

-, five allied Catholic Cantons of, 230.

Switzers, the, 140, 230, 285, 289, 574.

-, assist the insurgents at Amboise, 136.

-, in France, 288, 290, 291.

-, ambassador from King Philip with the, 230.

Sword, the royal, 15.

-, a pointless, the emblem of Ireland, p. 16.

-, a holy, blessed by the Pope and sent to Philip, 230, 246.

Swords, four, borne after the Queen at the coronation, p. 16.

-, three iron, borne by the Kings-at-arms, p. 16.

Sydney, Sir Henry, Governor of Calais, 583.

-, Sir Philip, licensed to carry arms in Venice, 583.

Synod, a, to be held in France, 146.