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1916

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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1: 1558-1571 (1916), pp. 500-502. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92566 Date accessed: 22 November 2014.


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Dalbenborg. See Edinburgh.

Dacre, Leonard, 325.

Dacres, Lord, hostility of, to Elizabeth, 331.

-, -, favours the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412, 413.

Dacres of the North, Lord, 266.

Dacres of the South, Lord, 266.

Damville, Henri de Montmorency, de, son of the constable, marshal, accompanies Queen Mary to Scotland, 39.

-, -, arrives at the French court, 57.

-, -, Governor of Languedoc, 212.

Danister, John, imprisoned, 69.

Danzig, Danzi, Gedano, in Poland, 310, 335.

Darbisher, Thomas, Chancellor of the Bishop of London, and Canon of St. Paul's, deprived, 65.

Darcy, of the North, Lord, 265.

-, of the South or of Chiche, Lord, 266, 400.

-, and the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Darnley (d' Harlen), Henry, Earl of Lennox, to marry Mary Queen of Scots, 172.

-, -, titles conferred upon, ibid.

-, -, Elizabeth imprisons the mother of, 173.

-, -, dispensation for marriage of, 171, 174. (Cf. Pref. p. xxiv.)

-, -, pedigree of, ibid., 265.

-, -, dispensation despatched to, 177.

-, -, a Catholic, 179.

-, -, sides with Protestants, 185, 186.

-, -, political importance of religion of, 196.

-, -, aims at the crown, 202.

-, -, “wonted levity” of, 203.

-, -, at variance with Mary, 214, 215, 218.

-, -, reconciled, 219.

-, -, ill with the measles, 228.

-, -, estrangement of, from Mary, 228.

-, -, death of, supposed by suffocation, 229.

-, -, accounts of death of, 230, 231, 232.

-, -, Muretta's account of death of, 237.

-, -, character of, 232.

-, -, arrest of suspected murderer of, 233.

-, -, state of corpse of, 233.

-, -, inquest for discovery of murderers of, 234.

-, -, vengeance demanded on murderers of, 249.

-, -, Mary to be prosecuted for murder of, 294.

-, -, Elizabeth demands investigation of murder of, 356.

-, -, father of. See Lennox, Matthew, Earl of.

Dauphiné, Catholic Governor in, 212.

-, Huguenots in, 286.

Davis, Fellow of New College, Oxford, imprisoned, 67.

Dawkes [Robert], imprisoned, 67.

Deans, English, persecuted for religion, 64.

Deben. See Dover.

Delahide [David], imprisoned, 67.

Delfino, Zacharias, Bishop of Lesina, nuncio in Germany, 32, 81, 136.

-, -, at Diet of Naumburg, 31, 34.

-, -, letters from, 40, 73, 90, 161.

-, -, letters to, 34, 75.

-, -, subsidy to, 114.

-, John, Bishop of Torcello, nuncio in Germany, letters from, 466, 470, 472, 474, 480.

Della Torre, Michael, Bishop of Ceneda, nuncio in France, 200, 206, 207.

-, -, visits King and Queen, 200.

-, -, great influence of, 205, 215.

-, -, recommends France as asylum of Mary Queen of Scots, 282, 285.

-, -, letters from, 277, 280.

-, -, letters to, 203, 232, 280.

Della Vega, Don Garcia Lasso, to negotiate between France and England, 18, 19.

Denis, Sir Maurice, 104.

Denmark, 34, 41, 48, 72, 83, 84.

-, war of, with Sweden, 134.

-, -, Danish ships sunk by Sweden, 135.

-, -, winter stops fighting, 156.

-, -, German soldiers hired by, 166.

-, King of. See Frederick II.

Derby, Earl of, 173.

-, -, “not so prudent as potent,” 265.

-, -, favours Ridolfi plot, 347, 400, 408, 411, 414.

-, -, his son captured, 454.

Dernetal, near Rouen, the French King at, 140.

Derry [Euse], in Ireland, 147, 482.

Desa. See Beza.

Desmond (Simonia), Gerald, Earl of, 481.

-, John, brother of, 481.

Despes. See Spes.

Devenish (Daunes), monastery of, 482.

Devonshire, a Catholic county, 68, 389.

Dieppe, 221, 223.

-, English ships at, 102, 103, 112.

-, French army marching upon, 113.

Diet, Imperial, 161.

Dietristain, 160.

Dirrham, Fellow of New College, Oxford, imprisoned, 67.

Dolfina, ship, expected to sail from England to Italy, 322.

-, -, convoy arranged for, 326, 328.

Dominicans, go abroad, 66.

Doner. See Bonner.

Dorell, Mrs., intimate with Elizabeth, sent to the Tower, 105.

Doria, Antonio, 352.

Dormer, Lady Joanna. See Feria, Duchess of.

Douglas, Sir William, 253 (n).

Douretel, the French King at, 473.

Dover, 141, 301, 332, 407.

-, Huguenot exiles in, 406.

-, fight with corsairs off, 407.

-, the “Gueux” take refuge in, 457.

Draycott, Draicot, Anthony, Archdeacon of Lincoln or Huntingdon, imprisoned, 65, 105.

Dreux, victory at, referred to, 116, 157.

Dromore, in Ireland, Bishop of, 482.

Dublin, most of the citizens of, Catholic, 388.

Duckers, Lord. See Dacres.

Duckhurst. See Buckhurst.

Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick, to command troops sent to Havre, 104.

-, -, offered as husband to the Queen of Scots, 173.

-, -, a Protestant, 266.

-, in relation to the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

-, -, to command cavalry against Northern Earls, 318.

-, -, wounded, 335.

-, -, Robert, Earl of Liecester, 81, 105, 266, 318, 400, 412.

-, -, unpopular, 46, 51, 78, 135, 153.

-, -, his proposed marriage with Elizabeth, 73, 119.

-, -, Council and Parliament opposed to, 73, 78.

-, -, offered by Elizabeth as husband to Mary Queen of Scots, 173.

-, -, proposed as Elizabeth's representative at baptism of James Stuart, 208.

-, -, reported to be out of favour, 226.

-, -, attitude of, towards the Ridolfi plot, 266, 400, 412.

-, -, appointed general on eve of Northern rising, 318.

-, -, expected to marry Elizabeth, 334.

-, -, alleged conspiracy against, 468.

-, Mr. Thomas, 104.

-, Lord de, Catholic, 265, 411.

Duduray, 299.

Dumbarton, Donbertrand, Scotland, 329, 330, 405.

-, captured, 410.

-, most favourable point for Catholics to attack, 414.

Dumes. See Hume.

Dunbar, 24.

-, Mary Queen of Scots at, 185, 243, 405, 442.

-, encounter between the Queen's forces and her foes near, 249.

Dunblane, Bishop of. See Chisholm.

Dunfermline, Abbot of St. Margaret's at, 165.

Dunkeld, Bishop of, at baptism of James Stuart, 226.

Du Puy, Cardinal. See Puy, du.

Durham, Bishop of. See Tunstall.

Durie, George, Abbot of St. Margaret's, Dunfermline, letter to, 165.

Dyer, [? Sir James], refuses office of Lord Chancellor, 68.



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