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Flushing, governor of_cont.

| Fouquerolles (Foucquerolles, Fuquerolles, - his control of shipping at, 59,

Fougeralles), Mons. de, sent on a 65-69.

mission to the English court, &c., lieut.-governor of, 13, 54.

126, 127, 128, 139, 151, 176, 210, gunners at, unpaid, 18.

360. the “band” of, 32.

letter from, 153. troops from, at the engagement of | Fowey, 342, 350. Turnhout, 46.

a bark of, takes a Flemish prize, attempts upon, feared, 62.

421.
the impossibility of arresting certain letter dated at, 413.

vessels laden with corn at, 67, 108, Fowler, Serjeant, letter to, 537.
109.

Fox, Samuel, letter from, 491.
an instance of the furious temper of Foyle, Lough, 311, 313.
the people of, 68.

Fraciotti, Horatio, 260, 278.
its defective fortification, 63.

France, French, and the French :
Sir Thomas Sherley's company at,

Alliance with England and the its disposal, 130.

United Provinces, 180. lack of ordnance and munition at, ambassador or agent from : 133, 134, 156.

in Germany, 85. trade to, 159.

in England, 210. Sir R. Sydney absent from, 217, 225.

to the States General, 464. the question of the defence of, 199, ambassadors, conference with com207, 225.

missioners mentioned, 534. troops for Essexs expedition, 222, army of, character and condition of, 225.

&c., 38, 39, 130, 141. difficulties in connection with

- numbers of, 99. their pay and victualling, 248, 249.

- apparel for the soldiers from - arrival off Dover, 269.

England, 518. return of, asked for, 475, 492.

Assembly of, 30, 38. commissary at, 435.

the campaign in, particulars of, 153, Folkestone, 160.

154, 155, 157, 208. Folyer, Elizabeth, 3.

condition or state of the country, 110,

135, 144, 164, 170, 173. Font, Mr., 266.

Constable of, 39, 130, 140, 141, 480. Fontainebleau, 479.

- sore against Englishmen, 63. Foutpasses to chimneys, 262.

dearness of living in, 43. Fordington, 332.

English ambassador in, objections to, Foreign wares, restraint of, 545.

request for his recall, 41.

English soldiers serving in, question Foreland, South, 275.

of appointing an agent for repay. Forget, -, signing King's letter to the

ment for, 10, 11. Huguenot deputies, 318.

--- position, movements, &c., deForrest, Anthony, letter from, 217.

scribed, 30, 39, 40, 45, 69, 70, 76, Forsland, Andrew, 22.

80, 100, 102, 103, 125, 144, 183, Forster :

184, 204, 219, 232, 360, 418, 420, Sir Jobn, letter from, 202.

479. Rowie, of Carsop Foot, 227.

- accounts connected with payFortescue :

ment of, 128, 129, 293. Sir John, Chancellor of the Ex

- distress for want of money, &c., chequer, 46 (2), 215, 295 368,

129, 256. 377.

- question of the chief command — letter to, 2.

of, on Baskervile's death, 232, - letters from, 91, 115, 119, 147.

238. - a suitor to the Queen, 125.

- relief of returned soldiers, 157. Mistress, house of, searched for English traders to, suggested incorpopriests, &c., 138.

ration of, 63. Th., 486.

Huguenot or Protestant party in Foster :

(“the Religion”), 41, 172, 173, Dr., 391.

237, 360, 421. Sir Humphrey, 481.

- relations with the King, 129, Fouchers, the, 109.

145, 420, 421. Founes, Humphrey, mayor of Plymouth,

- outrage upon the body of a

French protestant, 165. letters from, 53, 61, 121, 134, 141.

Spanish intrigues against, 214. Fountenelle, -, successes of, offers of the - deputies of, assembled at ChâtelFrench King to, &c., 399.

herault, deputation from, to the attacks Conquett, 399.

Queen, 285. his company of ships, 469.

--, letter to, 317.

France, Huguenot party in, deputies of,
cont.

--, proceedings of, 407.
- thinking of taking refuge in
England, 384.
- liberty enjoyed by, 407.
- loans on behalf of reformed

churches, 505.
Irish in service of, 506.
King Henry IV. of (“ le Navarrois "),

letters to the Queen, 16, 175.

- letter from the Queen to, 52. - letters to, 143, 151.

- proceedings and movements of,
&c., 30, 45, 70, 80, 98, 99, 102,
103, 104, 105, 124 (2), 129, 141,
143, 144, 145, 155, 183, 184, 187,

232, 237, 256, 400, 418, 420.
--- offers to come to Dieppe for a

conference, 1.
- his views as to the Queen hold-
ing Calais, 8, 41.

- question of peace with Spain, 8,
60, 90, 201, 213, 214, 293, 318, 408,
529, 538.

- question of the Queen's repay-
ment for troops sent and money

lent, 21.
- request for the earl of Essex to

meet him at Dieppe, 27.
- the advantage of the Queen
granting aid to, urged, 48, 49.

his lieutenant in Italy, 50.
- a letter of recommendation
from, mentioned, 58.
- a porte-manteau from, 60.
- a proposal to, for a campaign in
Flanders, 75.

- report of his wife's death, &c.,81.
- blamed for his retiredness, 97.

letter to Essex on the loss of
Amiens, &c., 127.
- conduct criticised, 130.

- his necessities, &c.,135, 135, 149. - return to Paris from Picardy, 140.

- ill and in ill favour, 158. - obliged to refuse prayers of the

people, 170. -- plans and policy of, 170, 171, 464, 519. - perplexities of, and policy urged upon, 172, 173, 175, 176, 214. - a man hired to assassinate, 178.

- the question of giving aid to,
against Spain, 199.

slackness in the campaign
against Amiens, 205.
- letter to Essex from, 210.

rumour of his death, 218.
in camp before Amiens, 219.

his mistress, popular cries
against, 103.

- her influence, and necessity of paying court to her, 234, 235. -- -, a great triumph before, 360.

-, approached for iuforisation, i 495, 496, 497.

France, king of-cont.

- concedes the Queen's demands

concerning Calais, 243.
- advances money to the English

forces, 256.
- ordnance, &c., allowed to be
purchased for, 284.

— letter to the Huguenot deputies, 317.

- good news relating to, communicated to the Queen, 385. -- offers made to Fouotepelle by, 399.

bis views with regard to the Huguenot mission to the Queen, 407. - personal characteristics, 407,

403, 477. -- to send a special envoy to the

Queen, 418. - relations with the Huguenot party, 420. - entertains the English commander at Fontainebleau, 479. the Leaguers on the Spanish side in,

105. letters of marque against Englishmen,

granted, 63. merchants in London, 467. money possible to be carried out of,

without a passport, 70. news of events in, 38, 158, 388, 519. pamphlets out of France referred to,

420.
people of, their character discussed,

149, 423.
— views of, with regard to the
King's position, 408.

— their desire for peace, 519.
plague in, 30.
poorest and most miserable country

of Christendom, carrying on the

war alone against Spain, 209. question of peace with Spain, 20, 30,

44, 64, 97, 99, 104, 105, 138, 149,

234, 477, 478, 482. rainy weather in, effect on the cam.

paign, 409, 418, 420. sermons preached in towns of, in

praise of King of Spain, 158. ship arrested, 35. ships in Spanish service, 55. the Spaniards in terror of, 97. - progress in the towns, 164. .—- successes against, 192. subjects of, the King's views as to

depredations on, 16. toleration of religion in, 364.

truce with, 24. Francis :

Duke, marriage of daughter of, 38.

Don, of Tuscany, 123.
Franciscans, General of the, negociating

peace on behalf of the King of

Spain, 213.
Franclyn, Thos., 22.
Frankfort-on-the-Maine. 308.

Fransson, Jacques, a Flemish merchant,

494.
Fraunces, Roger, 181.
Frederic :

King, 79.
Duc, of Brunswick and Luneberg,

157..
Fredvile, 304.
Freeke, Bishop, 133,
Freeman :

George, a merchant of London, 2, 106.

Wm., 22. French, one, 79. Frenchman in prison at Plymouth on

suspicion of being a spy, 53, 121. Frenye, Marquis of, colonel of the Italians

in the Spanish service, 29. Friar Capuchin, alleged design against

the Queen's person, 116. Friar set to catch a traitor, 520. Friars, General of the, at Brussels, 529. Friesland, 75. Frizell, Laird of Esterton, 226, 271. Froddeswall, manor of, 185. Fuentes ard Juara, Count de, general of the Spanish Army, 74, 81, 132.

to go general into Brittany, 109. created Conradd of the infantry in

Spain, &c., 110. Fulbam, 391. Fuljambe, Sir Godfrey, first husband to

Lady Bowes, 170. Fullam alias Phelao, Richard, 506. Fullerton, James, letter from, 151. Fundawharpe, Captain, 96. Furner, Mr., 196. Fynch. See Finch. Fyning, William, letter from, 281. Fynton, Sir Edward, letter from, 508. Fyotry, Young, design upon Yarmouth,

390. Fysher, Sir C1., 341.

Gares, Seigneur del, 131.
Gargrave, Richard, 412, 413, 414.
Garnet, Father, 474.

a servant to, 204. Garrawaye, Thomas, 22. Garrat, John, escaped from the 'Tower of

London, 417. See a!so Geratt. Garrett, Sir Thomas, letter from, 358. Garrisons, preachers in, 286, 287. Garter, order of the, candidates for, 309. Gasparo, Signor, 71. Gate House, the, letter dated at, 406. Gawdy, Mr. Justice, 294. Gates, John, Esq., a justice of the peace

in Yorkshire, 300. Geffrey, Thomas, prisoner at Calais, 21,

106. Gelderland (Gueldres, Guilderland), 75, 521. States of, slow about their contribu

tions, 44. troops collected in, for an enterprise,

188, 192.

town of, mutiny afoot, !38. Gell, Francis, letter from, 419. Geneva, 173, 521.

letter dated at, 102. Genibelli, Frederico, letter from, as to in

ventions by, 508. Genoa and Genoese, 110.

maritime disasters of, 38.
financial relations of the King of Spain

with merchants of, 110.
news from, 109, 165.
gold for the Spaniards arrived at,

110.
galleys for Spanish service, 229.
alienated from Spain, 478.

Senate of, 500.
Geordie of the Fauld, Will's, 227.
George, a, 536.
Gerard, Gerrard, Gerrerde:

Daniel, 147.
Sir Thomas, 327.

- in command of levies, 179.

a priest in prison, 224. Geratt, a prisoner in the Tower, 260. See

also Garrett. Geringe, Peter, letter from, 139. German, a, suitable as a messenger to the

Emperor, 507. Germany, 1, 21, 141.

agent in, from the King of France,

85. English trade prohibited in, 429. levies in, for the Cardinal, 73, 109. merchants of, trade of, 159, 160,

544. merchant adventurers settle in, 307, princes of, 209. - inaction of, 170. - politics, 309. -- a letter from the Queen to, re

ferred to, 516.

toleration of religion in, 364. Gertrudenbergh (Gyttryngberg, St. Ger

trudenberg), 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 46.

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G., the matter for, 410.
Gabrielle, Madame. See Estrées, Ma.

dame d'.
Galicia, in Spain, 6, 53.

necessity of spies in, 21. Gall, Francis, 159. Galway in Irelaud, 311.

beer to be exported to, 531.

mayor of, mentioned, 2.
Gaminy, losses at, 528.
Ganford, Sir E. Fitton's house at, 430.
Gardener:

Henry, 181.
Thomas, 2 teller of the Exchequer,

debt to the Queen, 23. Gardiner, Sir Robert, 152, 181.

Geta, the saying of, to the Emperor

Severus, 364. Giammemo, Signor, 71. Giapone (Japan ?], King of, enmity

against Spain, visit of his sons to Rome,

&c., 234. Gibbone, Watt, his father and son, 27. Gibson :

Alexander, 158.

Robert, 181. Gifford, Sir George, letters from, 374(3).

hurt in a fray, 517. Gilbarve, John, 351. Gilbert :

Bartholomew, arrested in connexion

with a diamond, 521.
Doctor, 356.
Mr., 242, 329.
Lady, opposition to Sir John Gilbert,

357.
-- and aunt, in London, 456.
Sir John, 370, 382, 470.
- ships under, 342, 350.
- letters from, 356, 357,379, 398–

401, 456. - on naval service on the coast of

Brittany, &c., 398, 399, 400, 401, 403, 421. -- á Flemish prize captured by,

400, 402, 544. -- discharged from his employ

ment, 40). Gilliati, Swiss regiment of, 39. Gillsland, pledges in, 227. Gilpin, George, at the Hague, 12, 68, 80,

125, 130, 211, 216, 380. letters from, 19, 26, 43, 60, 72, 84,

120, 169, 199, 216, 219, 248, 481. suggestion as to manner of repay

ment of Palavicino's debt, 398. Giron, Don Fernando, in the Spanish

Fleet, 131, 488. Girton, John, keeper at Northale, 33. Giustiniano (Justinianye), Giovanni Bat

tista, 125, 216.

a financial dispute of, 24.
Glas, Nicasius de, letter from, 254.
Glass making, 530.
Gloucester, 279.

Abbot of St. Peter's of, a question of

a forged lease, and a book of his

leases referred to, 289. Glover, Timothy, 22. Goa, Portuguese Viceroy in, proceedings

of, 336. Goare, Captain, 348. Goare End, 490. Godmanchester, parsonage of, lease of,

42, 169, 279. Godolphin, Sir Francis, 205, 341, 454,

472.

letters from, 118, 160, 466. Godolphin, letier dated at, 161, 467. Godoy, Francis, a Spanish captain,

examination of, 487. Godwicke, letter dated at, 334.

Goffe, John, a cloak-maker, arrests a

debtor, 255(2), 256. Goldingham, H., Controller of Ipswich, 3. Golfo Dulce, letter dated at, 159. Golson, John, 181. Gomond, James, letter to, 396. Gondi, Girolamo, master of the office fur

passports at Rouen, 70. Goode, John, 385. Goodman, the, of the Moote, 227. Goodman, Gabriel, Dean of Westminster,

279.

letters from, 163, 169, 182, 411. Goodyeare, William, of Powlesworth in

Warwickshire, 206. Gordoun :

James, Jesuit, 253.

John, of Newtoun, 253. Gore, Mr., 196, 474. Gorge, Mr., discharged from the Fleet

prison, 22. Gorges : Arthur, 331.

-, letters from, 143, 166, 347,

395. Edward, letter from, 331. Sir Ferdinando, captain of the forces,

&c., at Plymouth, 6, 7, 15, 79, 88, 261,342, 346, 352, 359, 400, 413(2), 444, 445.

-, letters from, 7, 53, 58, 61, 205, 403, 428, 438(2), 441, 461, 472, 524.

sends out a bark to gain intormation, 179. - , objection to serve under, 213.

Sir Thomas, 251, 395. Goring, George, letter from, 192. Gosci, Captain, leader of a band of robbers

in Flanders, 70. Gosforth, a pinpace of, 152. Goston, Francis, auditor of the Exche

quer, letter from, 365. Goughe, Jobn, Sir Thomas Fludd's clerk,

132. Gourdelupo. See Guadalupe. Graciosa (" Feradiosa”), island of, 439. Graere, Philip, a Dutchmau in Cecil's

service, 258. Grafton, Mr., 2. Charles, 529.

, conveyance of letters to, 489,

490. Graham :

- letter from, 369. Arthur, of Netherby, 227. John, of Westlinton, 227.

Will, Clothman's Willie, 226. Grahams (Grames), Scotch Border family,

89. .
Grame, David, 254.
Gramont, --, Governor of Bayonne, 101.
Grand Bay, 335.
Grant, Mr., appointment for, 147.

Mr. Dr., 411.
Grante, Edward, 279.
Gravelines (Graveling), 272.

the surprise of, attempted, 156, 163.

Grymes, Thomas, 22.
Guadalupe (Gourdelupo), 292.
Guard, H. M., captain of, 238.
Gubbyns, house of, near Westminster

Abbey, 33.
Guernsey, isle of, 113.

concealed lands and rents or fiages in,

inquiry concerning, 249. letters dated in, 305, 403, 441.

fortification, &c., of, 441, 480. Guest, Bishop, 135. Guevarra, Don Pedro de, general of the

artillery of the Spanish feet, 456, 488,

495. Guiana (Guiona), the journey into, 331. Guicciardini, J., 424.

letters from, 95, 109, 111, 204, 235,

547, 548. Guise, Duke of, 423.

enriched by shipwrecks, 173.

journey into Italy, 243. Gulson, William, 356. Gurley or Gurlyn, Thomas, a claim of, against the Earl of Oxford, 18.

letter from, 48. Guzman, de, 25, 32. Gwyllame, the Queen's coachman, a

monopoly granted to, 166. Gylbert, Thomas, searcher of Sandwich,

letter from, 89. Gylpyn, Mr. See Gilpin..

Gravesend, 214, 223.

letter dated at, 153, Gray, Lady, a reversion after, 267. Gray, Master of, redemp:ion of jewels of,

150. Graye, Hu., 539. Greek, an instance of the utility of a little

knowledge of, 424. Greencloth, the, 294. Greene :

one, paymaster of the chamber and

stables under the Cofferer, 281.

John, 280, 281.
Greenhead, laird of, 90.
Greenwell, Wm., 22.
Greenwich, 217.

the Court at, 276, 314.
letters dated at, 230, 258, 284, 287,

289, 530. Greeves, the, committed for examination,

319. Gregory XIII., Pupe, 234. Gregory, Arthur, pensioned engineer, 22.

letters from, 117, 125, 238.

device for fire ships, 167.
Grene, John, examination of, 515.
Gresham, Mr., 463.
Greville (Grereyl, Greryll) :

cousin to Earl of Essex, 527.
A., 371.
Sir Fulke, 468, 477.

— letters.from, 21:, 284, 369, 370,
382.

-, present at a council of war,

291. Grey, Thomas, Lord, 243, 444, 468, 470.

his presence in the fleet unknown to

Essex, 369.

letters from, 374, 476, 499. Greystock, Graystocke, parsonage of, 55,

126. Griffith, John, pilot in the Spanish Fleet,

137. Grifters, 107. Grimstone, Marmaduke, Esq., 412, 414

416. Grinel, Dr., keeper of the deer in Wedge

nor Park, 495. Grobendencke (Grobendonck), 25, 32.

his cornet of horse, 47. Groll (Grool), 398.

capture of, 144.
Groningen, letters dated at, 141, 208.
Groote, Mons. d', 194.
Gropton, William, 181.
Grosman's cornet of horse, 47.
Grosso, Francesco, 510.

letter from, 497. Grove, Mr., waster of the Lyon, 337, 338. Groyne, the, in Galicia (Corunna], 2, 159,

428, 445, 457, 487, 494, 495. visit to, 6. proposed spy at, 8. Spanish gaileys at, 21, 123, 140, 152,

187. necessaries for attack on, 212. rumour of an attempt to be made on,

389.

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Hadham, 533.

letter dated at, 465. Haffina, 78. Hague (Haghe, La Haye), ihe, letters

dated at, 2, 9, 20, 26, 28, 34, 44, 45, 49, 61, 73, 76, 80, 84, 85, 117, 121, 139, 163, 170, 172, 192, 200, 212, 216, 217, 219, 222, 223, 225,

228, 237, 293, 464, 489, 548. feeling at, about the siege of Calais,

205. fear at, of peace between King of

France and Spain, 293.

resolution taken at, in 1581, 380. Hainault, 9.

a great ease to, 109.
war on the frontiers of, 420.
Estates of, &c., correspondence with

the Archduke Albert, on his mar

rigge, 501, 502. Hales, Charles, letter from, 417. Halfepennie, Serjeant Thomas, 181.

conductor of levies to Chester, 247. Halifax, a contibution from, towards

setting out a ship, demanded, 203. Hall:

tenant of a garden by Clement's Ion,

265. Arthur, 387.

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