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left arm, came fairly off with deserved Reputation ; where and there also
Auncient Drummond had his leg shot from him, which, although it be
the badge of a souldier, yet it hath spoiled the comely feature of a gallant
personage.

f Now, of the commanded souldiers there was principally slain Liev-
tenant Gladstanes, an aged man, whose death his own hands revenged
upon the lives of five Burgundians before he fell dead, whose valour the
very enemy the next day mightily applauded. So with him was killed
Auncient Fargeson, with certain others whose names I suspend to relate.
The next morning there was a parley beaten on either side, that both
foes might take away the dead and bury them. All the dead Scots were
spoiled by the Enemy, save only Captain Williamson, whose body one
David Anderson manfully brought off, to his great credit and thereupon
present preferment, and saved thereby his cloaths and forty pieces of
Gold that were in his pockets. The rest were sent over the Graffe
in Boats, stark naked and loathsome to behold.

' The Corps of Lieutenant. -Colonel Henderson was sent to Dunhag, and
there buried in the great Church beside his father, and the bodies of
Williamson, Gladestanes, and Valiant Hammilton were sent three leagues
off to Gutrenberg, and there interred in a church. The rest were
buried at the Hage, and near the Scots quarter, with hollow drums and
volley shots and souldiers trailing Pikes before them, the miserable
mourning of Mars.

' The next morning after this the Scots made another sally upon the
Horneworke, and then the Burgundians fled, leaving behind them some
barrels of Beer, a number of firelocks, and divers Bedsteads. Well, this
dear bought Horneworke was instantly turned over and made defensive
for the Victors' use, and then close by the Moat side there were two new
Batteries made up, which forthwith dismounting the Enemies cannon,
constrained the Spaniards to sink them lower in the walls, and so they
taught them (as the proverb is) to eat their Meat in order, for upon these
four batteries here there were mounted 14 half cannons, with twenty-three
cannoniers. Then that same night they began their chief Gallery, whereof
one James Lecky was chief workmaster, who was to have for perfecting the
same Thirty-six thousand Guilders.

' . . . When the Scots Gallery was half over the Moat, and Lievtenant-
Colonel Coutts standing there giving directions to Souldiers, there was a
Burgundian from a wooden windmill on the town wall shot him through
the thigh, and burst the bone in pieces, by the which this aged and brave
commander was left there for death, yet a my departure there was great
hope of his recovery. Whereupon the next day Colonel Balfour caused
four half-cannons to be stalled against the windmill, where down it came
with a rattle and bruised the bones of some Burgundians till their guts



SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 581

rattled again. So likewise, about this time one Captain Wachub sickened
in the quarter and died the third day thereafter, which was thought
to have been the Plague.

' The city beat a parley on 6th October.

' Eight companies of Scots were left in the garrison.'

CAMPAIGN OF 1674.

(From Sir R. Bulstrode's Letters to the Earl of Arlington, 1712.)
June 1st, 1674, Brussels.

' Captain Mackully, a Captain in the Scotch Regiment here, who put
himself voluntarily into Navagne with Thirty men just as it was besieged,
came hither yesterday by his Excellency's order to give him an account
of the Condition and Rendition of that place.' He says . . . 'that
if they had not surrendered when they did, they must have lost it upon
the attack, and that it was a battalion of my Lord Douglas's Regiment
that were entered the Trenches to have attacked them, who first entered
and took possession of the Fort.'

June 12th, 1674.

' A vessel coming from Scotland with One hundred men, being a part
of the Recruits for Marquis Douglas's Regiment, was taken by a Privateer
of Ostend and brought in thither, but another vessel with treble her
number got safe into Dunkirk. His Excellency having notice of this,
and that the men were willing to serve here, sent down Colonel Scot
to Ostend with orders to receive such as are willing to take service, and
to march ( with them hither, where they shall be mustered in his
Regiment.

June 19th, 1674.

' Last night Master de Camp Scot came hither with the sixty Scotch
Men that were taken at sea by the Ostend caper. They were immediately
mustered, and his Excellency gave orders for cloathing them, and giving
them a months pay, and so the Colonel to march with them to his
quarters at Leuwe. There are two Lieutenants and an Ensign, one
of them Mr. Maitland, but they would not take service, and will, I think,
be sent to the French army to-morrow.'

Sept. 18th, 1674.

c Sir William Ballandiue, having lately brought over six companies of Foot
from Scotland to Bolduc, went on Tuesday last to pay his respects to General
Rabenhaut (at the siege of Grave), and after that would, in curiosity, go
down to the Meuse side to see the approaches and the Fort which the
French had blown up and quitted, which he entered ; and in his return
back he was killed with a Cannon-shot, which hit him in the back,
took away the greatest part of his body, leaving his head and arms
hanging by a little skin ; his heart was found entire some paces from the
place. There was a Lieutenant also killed with him. The remaining
part of his body was taken up and conveyed to Bolduc, and there interred.



582 THE SCOTS BRIGADE

WAR OF 1672-75.

(From the Netherlands Historian.)

In 1673 Lieut.-Col. Greyme was made Colonel in place of Colonel
Scot, who was ill. Lamy, Lt.-Col., and Colier, Sergt. -Major.

Among the officers killed at the siege of Maestricht was Lieut.-Col.
Sandilant, and among the wounded were Lieut.-Col. Leveston and Ens.
Erskine.

On July 1673, Lt.-Col. Grim [Grahame] and his Lieut.-Col. were taken
prisoners at Swartsluyce. Colonel Kirkpatrick appears as Governor of
Crevecoeur.

SIEGE OF MAESTRICHT, 1676.

(From W. Carr's Particular Account of the Siege of Maestricht.)
Officers injured in the attack on the Bastion called the Dolphin,
Aug. 4.

Capt. Stone, Capt. Widdrington, Capt. Crane, Capt. Middleton, and
Capt. Hales, described as ' Captains in the Scotch regiment under
Col. Collier, with two other captains of Col. Kilpatrick's regiment of
Scots, coming in to the assistance of the English in the Bastion, were
all blown up and wounded ' by the explosion of a mine. Crane and three
Scotch officers were killed. Stone, Widdrington, Hales and Middleton,
badly hurt, but alive and recovering.

'Valiant Col. Collier, who, as adjutant-general and also Colonel of a
Scotch regiment, hath done very bravely in every place where he
commanded.'

In a list of officers killed and wounded in the siege appear :
Capt. Douglas, killed with a shot.
Lt.-Col. Magdugle, wounded.
Capt. Wacup, wounded.
Lieut. Cunningham, killed.
Cornet Grahame is named in a list of officers quitting the service.



EXD OF VOL. l.



INDEX



The lists of Scottish names, written down by Dutch clerks, are full of errors, which
cannot always be rectified, even by conjecture. Where there is any room for doubt,
they are here printed as they appear in the copies. Unfortunately the difficulty often
arises in the initial letter. For example {compare pages 346, 347 and 349), Orifkin
may be Erskine or Griffin. Farren and Warren viay be the same person. Prefase is
perhaps Trefuse or Trefusis ; and Kirgardhome and Kaynsford are probably clerical
errors for Richardson and Raynsford.



Aa, van der, 213.

Abercromby, David, 452.

John, 450.

Robert, 329, 452.

Abrahal, Johan, 502 and n, 509, 510,
516 n, 526.

Abraham, John, 490.

Abram, ensign, 347, 349.

Abt, van der, 403.

Acheson, A., of Gosford, 14.

Henry, 14.

Patrick, 14.

Ackersloot, William, 499.

Adams, capt. , 36.

Adamson, John, 6.

Aerschot, 18.

Aerssen, recorder, 120, 131, 153,212.

Aikenhead, Alex., 572.

Albert, archduke, 30.

Albyville, marquis d', 545 ; letter from,
to the states-general, on the recall
of the brigade, 548 ; the states'
reply, 551 ; he appeals to the capitu-
lation of 1678, 556 ; the states'
reply, 562.

Aldena, captain, 30.

Alexander, Alex., 574.

James, 574, 575.

Alkmaar, siege of, 576.

Allen, John, 278.

Allet, Alexander, 451.

Almond, lord. See Livingstone, sir
James.

Alost, 24.

Alphistone. See Elphinstone.

Alva, duke of, 3, 576.

Alyva, F. v., 561.

Amerongen, Mr. van, 569.

Amsterdam, 466.

Amstratter. See Anstruther.

Amys, Thomas, 329, 492.



Anbey, Christiaen, 454.
Anderson, Adam, 455.

Andrew, 337.

David, 453, 580.

Robert, 450.

Thomas, 451.

Andrew, John, 527.

Andriess, Andries, 453.

Angus, earl of, 159, 486.

Anjou, duke of, 22, 23.

Anne of Denmark, 163.

Anstruther (Amstratter), capt., 21 n,

47 and n, 146.
Antwerp, 19, 23-25, 313, 316.
Argyle, earl of, 223.
Aringstrang, Adam, 453.
Armstrang, Eduard, 454.
Arnault, lieut., 481, 517 11.
Arnhem, M., 449, 450.
Arnold, John, 489.
Arnot, William, 450.
Arran, earl of, 1 17 11.
Arrol, earl of, 159.
Ascough, ensign, 347.
Asheby, Win., 123.
Ashley, Edward, 526.
Askyn. See Erskine.
Asteley, Isaac, 490.
Atkinson, John, 282.
Aubigny, lord d'. See Stuart, George.
Auchinbrock. See Campbell of Auch-
inbreck.

Baar, Mr., 550, 551.

Babingston, Arthur, 513.

Philip, 512, 514.

Bachler, James, 453.

Backer, Evert, 455.
I Baerle, chateau de, 22.
i Bagenolt, William, 491.

Baillie (Bely), James, 453.



584



THE SCOTS BRIGADE



Bailie (Baelze), Robert, 280.

Baird, David, 573.

Balcanqual, Dr. Alexander, xxix ;
petition of, 292.

Balfour of Burleigh, 44 n, 45 n.

Alex., 377 n.

of Denmylne, 50 n.

Andrew, of Mountquhanny, 64 n,

65 and tt-69 n.

of Strathor, 51 n, 65 n.

Bartholomew, xxv, xxxiv, 20-28,

43 n, 48 and n, 56, 69 n, 75,
114, 324 n ; commission in favour
of, 84, 86 ; extracts rel. to the
claims of, 96-114 ; petition of, 245.

49 ». 7° «, 473. 480, 483-

484 and n, 504, 505 and n, 511 and
n, 516 and n, 517.

Charles, 70 ;/, 377 n.

sir David, xxv, xxxiv, 64 n, 65

and n, 66, 70, 73, 74, 226, 228, 230,
3°7, 308, 313, 314 n, 318-320, 322,
323 and n, 328 n, 329 and n, 330,

33l» 332, 439, 491 », 578.

David, 330 and », 332, 491.

Duncan, 140 and n.

Emilia, 377 n.

sir Henry, xxv, xxxiv, xxxv

n, 3 and «, 4, 5 and n, 8 and n,

10 and n, 11 and ;/, 12-15, 18-21,

43 and n, 45 11, 62, 140, 152, 170,

174, 186, 307.

59, 66, 69, 72, 74, 226, 227.

bro. of Balfour of Burleigh,

xxx, 44 n, 61 and n ; extracts rel.

to his services and claims, 250-255.

Henry, 478, 505, 511, 514, 516;;.

Isabella, 377 n.

J., 41, 104.

James, 72 n, 320 and ;/, 322, 324

and n, 328, 329, 331-333, 4Si, 454,

466, 489, 491, 501, 528.

sir James, of Pittendreich, 45 n.

John, 50 and n, 51 and n, 71, 73,

74, 169, 174, 203, 226, 228, 233, 320,

454 ; commission of, 79.
sir Michael, of Burleigh, 48 «,

67 n.

of Montquhanney, 14, 65 ;/.

Patrick, 511 and n, 513.

sir Philip, xxv, xxxiv, 232 and n,

308, 314 «, 315, 317,322, 325 andw,

328, 329, 330, 334, 492 n, 439, 495,

505 n, 529, 580.

Susanna, 377 ;/.

sir William, xii, xiii, xxx, 43 n,

48 n, 49 «, 54 and it, 69 and n, 73,

74, 215, 221, 222, 223 «, 226, 228-

231, 233, 308, 318, 322, 347, 377 n ;



commission of, 93 ; petition of, 336 ;
claims of, 199-200 ; extracts rel. to
his services and claims, 69, 199, 215,
250-255, 369-377.

Balfour, William Charles, 377 «.

capt. , 28.

col., 231, 456, 458, 566, 580.

family of, 43 tt-45 n.

Balgary, James, 573.

Ballantine, sir William, 470;/, 581.

Ballantyn, capt., 400.

Banckerts, Jan, 278.

Barclay, captain, 211, 278.

David, of Urie, letter of recom-
mendation from James VI., 181.

John, 233, 451.

Robert, 31, 57 and n, 59, 195,

205, 206 ; commission of, 93.

Barillon, Mr. van, 547.

Barincouw, Christian, Danish ambas-
sador, 163.

Barneveldt, Johan van Olden, 100, 101,
120, 142, 144, 153, 213.

Bassewits, Joachim, ambassador of
Mecklenburg, 163.

Bax, Anne, 44 n.

Bayer, John, 455.

Bean or Been, Alexander, 455.

Rorie, 572.

Beaumont, C. P., mayor ^of Rotter-
dam, 38.

Herbert van, 502, 510.

M.,381, 389.

Bedel, William, 489.

Bedro, capt.-lieut. , 573.

Beeckman, Engelbert, 336, 337.

Been. See Bean.

Beest, Joost van, 575.

Beken, Thierry van der, 201, 202.

Bell, Andrew, 337.

James, 452.

Patrick, 453.

Sander, 454.

Bellasize, sir Henry, 473 n, 512-514.

Bellenden of Stonehouse, 14.

Annabella, 326 n.

John, 229 », 311 », 325;/, 331

and n.

Bellis, Walter, 329.

Bely. ^6' Baillie.

Bennet, James, 572.

Bentingha, J., 561.

Berchem, Beatrix van, 60 ti.

Berckel, Gerrardt van, 357.

Berelton, Robert, 455.

Berentrop, William, 452.

Bergen-op-Zoom, siege of, 27, 309.

Bermvald, David, 512.

Bernardy, John, 512.



INDEX



585



Berwick, duke of, 556.

Best, Peter, 484, 575.

Bestucheff, Alexey, 575.

Bethune, Archibald, 232 and «, 308,
311 n, 322,332.

Beton, Robert, surgeon, 293.

Betteridge, lieut., 347, 349.

Betts, lieut., 347, 349.

Beveren, Cornelis van, ambassador at
the court of England, 422, 519; letters
from, 423-433> 435. 436; letter to,
from the states-general, 434.

W. van, 385.

Bhuborough. See Shuborough.

Bie, Clara de, wife of Mackay of
Scourie, 470.

Jacoba de, 516 n.

Bigge, Thomas, 217.

Bilde, Steijn, Danish ambassador, 163.

Biron, marechal, 23.

Bitter, Pieter de, 494 and 11, 500,
502.

Blackheath, review of the Scots regi-
ments at, 538, 540.

Blair, James, 38, 75, 205, 227, 573.

'John, 218, 573.

Joost, 75, 227, 321.

Robert, 451.

captain, 47, 49 and n, 51, 56, 58,

62, 72, 103.

quarter-master, 229, 230, 232,

256, 332.

Blastock, John, 455.

Bloemendaal, commissary, 247-249.

Blom, Pieter, 504.

Bodeck, Bonaventura, 500, 502.

Boeckhoven, Hendrick van, 506.

Herman van, 499, 501, 529.

Bogaert, Johan, 214.

Bois-le-Duc, 19, 311, 460.

Boisot, admiral, 10.

Bolantre, 490.

Bombergen, D. van, letter from, on
the companies of Douglas and Bal-
four, 273.

Bomene, 10.

Bonar, Henry, 217.

Boomgaert, Daniel, 454.

Borch, Olivier, 454.

Borgherhout, 19.

Borlamachi, 400.

Borrel, Pieter, 450.

Borthwick, William, xxxv.

Borton, Richard, 452.

Bosch, Jan van c|en, 450.

Boswell, earl of, 29, 159, 171.

Christina, widow of col. Coutts,

60 n ; petition of, 441-448.

Bothwell, Francis, 280.



Bothwell, George, 66 «, 70 and », 73,
74, 226, 228, 230, 280.

lord John, 280.

capt. , 50.

Mr., 413, 421.

Bottercoper, Ysbrandt, 535.

Bouman, Jan Aerts, 440.

Bowes, Mr., English ambassador, 156,
164, 170.

Bowie (Boye), Walter, 479, 504, 509 n,
516 and n, 572.

Boyd, Alex., 574.

Charles, 574.

James, 575.

John, 195,453-

Robert, 574.

colonel, 23, 24.

Boye. See Bowie.

Boyle, John, of Kilburn, 60 n.

Brachton. See Broughton.

Bradley, William, 347, 498.

Braeckel, Lodewyk van, 499, 500, 501,
528-530, 532, 534.

Brandenburg, elector of, 143.

Brandt, capt., 36 n.

Brasser, Govert, 410, 416-419.

Brasset, Francois, 493, 500.

Breda, 214, 236 ; siege of, 310, 312,
578.

Bredenrode, captain, 279.

Bredich, Andries, 453.

Bret, Edward, 489.

Brock, captain, 31 1 n.

Broersma, Mr., 378.

Brog, sir William, xxxiv, xxxv n, 28,
3°, 3 r > 33, 49 «> 54 and n, 66, 69-
74, 114, 183, 184, 205, 221, 266 and
«-232, 250, 251 and n, 307, 308,
312 n, 322, 330, 332, 335, 379, 380,
385-388, 439 ; commission of, 87,
94 ; letter of recommendation from
James VI., 179; petitions of, 284,
285.

William, 312 n, 322 and n, 333.

Brouckers, sir William, 413.

Broughton (Brachton), John, 33 «, 187
and «.

Brown, Alexander, 451.

James, 454.

Thomas, 504.

William, 451.

major, xxvii.

Brownfield, Steven, 72 and «, 73, 75,
228, 231, 334.

Bruce, Alexander, 467, 489 and 11,
493, 496, 497, 504, 506 and n, 509
n, 511 n, 529, 573.

Andrew, 502, 503, 510 and n,

528, 572.



586



THE SCOTS BRIGADE



Bruce, Barbara, 320.

lord Charles, 504, 509 and n,

511 n, 512 n, 573.

David, 528.

George, 446, 571.

Henry, xiii, 57 «, 03 and ;/, 64,

66 n, 67 and n, 199, 205, 211-213,

224 and 71.

James, xiii, xxvii, 211.

Jean, 319 «.

John, 453, 504, 506 and n,

511 n.

Nathanael, 453, 495' 5 28 -

Norman, 6S and n, 72, 73, 75,

197, 229, 232 //, 280.

Patrick, xiii, 217; commission

of, 92.

Peter, 572.

R., 504-

Robert, 572.

sir Walter, 61, 63, 67 11, 68, 71,

73, 75, 187, 227, 228, 231, 310 n,

321, 340, 358 n.

Walter, 571, 572.

William, 573.

Brudnel, Thomas, 513, 515.

Bruges, 23.

Brunswick, count of, 143.

Brunton. See Buntin.

Brussen, Jan, murder of, 299-302.

Thomas, 299.

Buccleuch, lord, xi, xx, xxx, xxxiv,

33 and u, 34, 64 and n, 66-75, I 9 2 >

!93) x 95' x 98. J 99> 22I > 22 ^; re "
presentation in favour of, 188- 191 ;
extracts rel. to his services and claims,
256-269. See also Butler, Delia.

Walter, earl of, 307, 308, 331,

374 ; extracts rel. to his services
and claims, 256-269, 378-395 ; letter
from the duke of Buckingham on
behalf of, 383 and n.

Buccoy, count de, 307.

Buchan, John, 479, 504, 505, 516.

■ of Cairnbulg, 510 and n.

Thomas, 481, 507 «, 509 and n,

516 «, 568 n.

Windelia van, 328 11.

Buchanan, John, 574.

Buckingham, duke of, 375, 380, 382,

393 ; letter from, on behalf of the
earl of Buccleuch, 383 and n.

Buntin or Brunton, Archibald, 54 n,
56 and n, 57, 59.

Burgh, treasurer-general, 537, 569.

Burleigh, lord, 122.

Burnenstein, commendator, 12.

Burnett, Alex., 574.

George, 453.



Burnett, William, 569.

Burroughs, Thomas, 515.

Butler, Barbara, 492.

Delia, her claim against lord

Buccleuch, 262-266 and n, 393.
John, 321, 494 and ;/, 499, 500,

502, 526, 528, 529, 535.

Thomas, 262.

Bye, Gideon de, 535.
Byron, Cicely, 377 n.

Caddell, Andrew, 72 n, 314 «, 322

and n, 329 and n, 332, 333, 454.
James, 31, 59, 60 n, 61-63, 66,

69, 72 and n, 74, 195, 222, 226, 227,

285.

N.,454.

Thomas, 491 n, 493 and n.

William, 454.

Calandrini, Philippo, 356.

Caldwell, captain, 346.

Calhoum, Orfre, 453.

Call, Andris A. H., 217.

Calloo fort, prisoners taken at, 313-314

and n, 449 ; list of prisoners, 450.
Caluart, lieut.-col., 320.
Cameron, Donald, 571, 572.
Campbell, Alexander, 14, 36, 37.

Catherine, of Glenurchy, 50 ;/.

Colin, 574.

sir Duncan, of Auchinbreck, 481,

505, 512 n, 515, 517 n, 518 and n.

Jacob, 452.

John, 574.

M., 400.

William, 569.

515 «•

Cannon, Alex., 481, 485-4S6, 513-515-
Cant, Beatrix, 49 n.

Christian, 43 n, 50 n.

David, 43 n, 49 and n, 51, 54 n,

69 n, 83 n, 100, 104, 151, 252-255.

Mongo, 451.

Walter, 151.

Capellen, H. van der, 387.

Car. See Kerr.

Carcadie. See Kirkcaldy.

Cardross, Henry Erskine, lord, 481,

505, 514, 517, 518.
Carew, 444.
Carleton, sir Dudley, 65 «, 223 and 11,

224, 266-268, 291, 346, 348, 376,

378 and n, 380, 383-385, 393, 394-

Robert, 530.

ensign, 349.

Carlisle, earl of, 411, 417.
Carmichael (Carmicle), lord, 155, 156,

158, 161, 171.
Caron, Noel de, 194, 235, 3S0 ; letter



INDEX



587



from, on behalf of sir William Bal-
four, 251 ; letter from, on behalf of
lord Buccleuch, 266.

Carpenter, Walter, 528, 529.

Carry, Ferdinand, 489, 526.

sir Robert, 322, 354.

Casimir, duke Jan, 143.

Castelieges, Maurice de, 528, 530, 534.

Casteren, Ferdinand van, 503, 506
and w, 513.

Cathcart (Corchard), David, 64 «-67,
211.

Cattenburg, Gerrard, 570, 572.

Cave, William, 490.

Cecil, sir Edward, 222, 241, 309, 348.

Cetoun. See Seton.

Chambers, John, 481, 4S4, 574.

Champfleury, Jacques de, 499-504 ;/,

509, 527» 529, 530, 534-

Chapuzette, Peter, 572.

Charles I., letters from, rel. to sir Wm.
Balfour, 369, 370 ; letters from, on
behalf of the earl of Buccleuch, 382,
390, 391 ; permits recruiting for the
Dutch service, 416-419, 423, 425-
427 ; letter from, on behalf of lord
d'Aubigny, 443 and n ; requests
release of prisoners taken at Calloo,

449-
Charrete, D., 41.
Chastelain, Esias, 196, 197.
Chatillon, comte de, 33, 392.
Chemselroy, Peter van, 459.
Chester, col., 10 n.
Cheyne (Chinne), James, 64 11, 65 and

n, 66, 71 n,
Chimay, prince of, 22, 23.
Christon, Robert, 454.
Christs, John, 454, 455.
Churchill, John, 567-569.
Cincler. See Sinclair.
Citon. See Seton.
Citters, Arnout, 536, 537, 541, 545;

letters from, to the states-general,

542, 546, 547, 550, 556, 565, 567.
Ciul, Robert, 515.

Claerbergen, Hessel Vegelin van, 561.
Clapham, captain, 346, 349.
Clare, earl of, 473 n.
Clark, Alex., 574.

rev. George, 329, 350, 351.

James, 45 1 .

■ John, 260, 346, 379, 481, 504,

509 and n, 512, 514, 517 and n.

Samuel, 490.

Clingh, Henry, 498.
Cockle, Alex., 488, 571.
Coel or Cool, Pierius, 329, 491.
Coke, Gilbert, 492.



Coke, sir John, 413,414, 417,423-425,

435,450-
Colbraith. See Galbraith.
Coldstream (Coustreum), David, 453.
Colepepper (Kolepyper), James, 490,

493 and n, 499, 500, 502, 526, 528,

530, 535-

Thomas, 447.

Coleys, Jan, 453.

Coligny, col., 315.

Colt, James, 481, 484, 517 n.

Columbine, Ventrus, 513, 514.

Colve, Jacob, 492.

Colyear, sir Alex., xxxiv, 319 11, 320,

473 and w-475, 487, 493, 497 and n,

499-503> 507, 508, 528, 530, 534, 535-

■ Alexander, 509 and n, 526.

■ sir David, xii, xxxi, xxxv and «,

319 and n, 325, 328, 331, 467, 478 n,

479, 490, 491, 497 ", 5°5, 5°7 and n,

509 n, 516, 567 and n.

J-, 504-

Joanna, 319 n.

John, 509 n.

Martha, 319 n.

Walter Philip, xxxi, xxxv, 482,

574, 575-

col., 582.

sergt. -major. , 582.

Conders, M., 449.

Coneven, James, 569.

Connock, George, 479, 503 and n, 509,
516.

- — William, 513.

capt., 209, 210, 321.

Conradi, William, 320.

Constable, John, 324 n.

Corbet, Cleef van, 498.

James, 454.

- — - Richard, 329, 330.

Walter, 481, 503, 504 n, 505,

512, and?/, 514, 517, 571, 572.

capt., 346.

sergt., 580.

Corchard. See Cathcart.

Corens, commissary, 272 and n.

Cornelis, Franchis, 451, 576.

Cornille, capt., 39.

Corvet, John, 451.

Coster, Robert, 452.

Courtney, John, 329, 346, 349, 492.

Courtray, 21.

Coutts, Allan, xxviii, 59, 60 and «, 62,
63, 66, 69, 72, 74, 227, 230, 232,
285, 308, 311 «, 319, 322, 323 «,
33 T > 33 2 , 334 and n, 344, 469,
493, 495, 496, 498-502, 526, 532,
580; petition of the widow of, 441-
448.



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Coutts, George, 68 n, 232 and «, 280,
308, 312 n, 321, 325, 334 and n,
439, 453. 5 28 , 53°, 532, 535.

George Robert, 494, 496, 497

and «, 499, 500, 511 and n, 514,

527, 535-

Louis, 535.

Robert, 61 n, 230 and n, 232, 318,

33 1 -

William, 226 and n.

Cox, James, 217.
Craig, John, 572.
Craik (Craeck), Hans, 56, 57, 62.

James, 245.

Crane, capt., 582.
Cranston, capt, 210.
Crause, Adam, 163.
Craven, Anthony, 498.

col., 315.

lord, 578.

Crawford, David, 454.

James, 452.

Patrick, 452.

Thomas, 454.

Creuset, Gilbert, 499, 501, 507 11.

Crevecceur, 582.

Creynier, James, 329.

Crichton, Elizabeth, 50 n, 74, 193, 226.

Crimpen, 39, 40.

Croessen, Jacob, 299, 346.

Croffort. See Crawford.

Cromwell, John, 489, 491, 494 n.

William, 490, 491.

capt., 40, 346.

col., 315, 328, 329.

Croy, Albert de, 357.
Crumb, Christoffel, 492.
Culenborch, count van, 385.
Cumyn, Thomas, recommendation of,

by James VI., 270.

William, 270.

Cunningham, of Entricken, xxvi.

Alexander, 453.

Elisabeth, 74, 233, 321.

Ferdinand, 478 n, 511, 516 u,

517.

Frederick, 504, 506 and n, 513.

James, xxx, xxxv, 451, 572, 574.

John, xiii, xxxv, 4, 40, 56 and «,

58, 62, 505, 506 n, 513, 515, 571-

573 ; commission of, 77, 78.
Richard, 480, 505, 506 n, 510 n,

511 and «, 513, 517.

Thomas, 455.

William, 573.

col., 41, 228, 231, 436.

lieut., 582.

Cusetter, Robert, 452.
Custus, Sacharias, 512, 514.



Cuts, Jan, 515.
Cutts, lord, 487-488.

Daint, Willem, 453.
Dalhousie, George, earl of, 575.
Dallachy, Catharina, 226, 231, 233, 320.

John, 46, 47 n, 50 and n, 51, 55-

57, 59, 74, 83 n, 100, 114, 193,

226, 228, 231, 233, 320; letter from
James vi. on behalf of, 178.

Laurens, 75.

Dalrymple, John, xxxv and n.

Dalyell, John, 478 n, 505, 512 and n,
517 n, 518 n.

Thomas, 504, 509 n, 512 n.

Dammann, Adrian, 134, 137, 155, 160,
165, 166, 168, 170, 174, 187; in-
structions for, 148 and n.

Danston, John, 528.

Davidson, George, 217.

James, 450.

Margaret, 353.

■ Mary, 72 n.

■ Renalt, 451, 452.

Thomas, 573.

Davidts, Jan, 279, 451.

Decquere, Agnes de, 491 ;;.

Delwick, general, 475.

Denniston, Robert, 108, 155, 174.



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