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Frame, 267.

Français, Société de l'Histoire du
Protestantisme, vii, xi, xvi, xvii,
xli, 7, 43, 350 note.

France, 36, 39, 167, 168 bis, 183, 191,
288-290; and the war in the Val-
telline, see Paper entitled Rohan's,
The Duc de, Relations with the
Republic of Venice, passim; body-
guard of the Kings of, 307; declara-
tion of war by England against, in
1702, 65; martial law of, 310;
military leaders of, 310; persecu-
tions in, 292; proposed levies in, for
service under the Republic of Venice,
218-224; Protestant Churches of,
xvii, 67, 285; union of Piedmont
with, 335.

the Court of, despatches of the
Ambassadors of the Netherlands at,
xviii, xlii; of Venetian Ambassadors
at, 77-86, see also Suriano.

Lonis, Dauphin of, 48.
Franche Comté, 269.
Francomme, Jean, 109, 110, 111, 113,
131 bis, 131 note, 132, 133, 135 note,
137 bis, 147, 149, 172, 173 bis,
174 bis, 177, 183, 185, 187 note, 188,
189, 190 ter, 191 bis, 192 ter, 193 ter,
197, 212.

Franconia, 318, 319.
Franecken, 303,
Franeker, xvii, 42.

Frankfort-on-the-Main, 294. 295, 336,
337, 340; French church of, xix;
religious refugees at, xv, xvi, 24,
27, 86-90; Der Verein für Geschiehte
und Alterthumskunde, xli, 7.
Franne, 267 bis.

Französische Colonie, die, xli.
Frederick, the Elector, 302.
Frederiks, Dr. J. G., xviii.
Free, Rev. Richard, 5.

French, in London, 334 note, see also
London; 'passants' through Dover,
139-192 passim; prisoners of war,
at Canterbury, 341 note; at Dover,
168, 169, 340-342; at Plymouth,
340, 341; Protestants, see Franzö
ische, Huguenot Society (Societies
in correspondence with it), and
Huguenots; settlements amongst
the Vaudois in Germany, 337, 339;
troops in Germany, 340.
French, foreign Protestant churches
in England, holding their services
in, when non-conformist, styled
Walloon Churches, 109-111, 215;
appeal to their 'confédération,' 128.

French or Walloon Protestant
Churches of the United Kingdom,
see Canterbury, Dover, Dublin,
Exeter, London, Norwich, and
Southampton.

French Protestant Hospital, 7, 357.
French Protestantism, Society for the
History of, see Français.
Frenchman, a, at Frankfort, 89.
Fresle, Val di, 265.

Friburg, 317, 318.
Friedrichsdorf, xviii, 338.
Freidrichsthal, 339.

Friesland, natives of, in London,
334 note; the Count of, 27.
Friquet, Elizabeth, 197.
Fromy, Claude, 169.

Fronde, Wars of the, 319, 323.
Fuentes, 266.
Fuggers, the, 296.

Fuller, Thomas, 25, 90, 91.
Fullers, 49.

Fulling-mills in Essex, 51.
Fynchæus, Joannes, 87.
Fyncheus, Joannes, 89.

GABRIEL, Samuel, and his wife, 178.
Gachard, L. P., 30 note, 36 note, 39 note.
Gaillard, Philippe, 152.

Gallet, James, 338.

Galleys, the, Huguenots in, 69, 72.
Galloway, Earl of, see Galway.
Galway, Count Henri de Ruvigny,
Earl of, 74, 324-326, 342, 344; por-
trait of, facing page 324.

Gally de Gaujac (or Gaujeac), Peter
Henry, 345, 346.

Garda, Lake, 266 bis.

Gardiner, Rev. F. Evelyn, 470.

Rev. Thory Gage, xx bis, xxii, 59.
Stephen, Bishop of Winchester, 91.
Garison, N., see Garrison.

Garou, Paul, 204.

Garrison, or Garison, N., 190-192.
Gatou, Samuel, 197.

Gaujac, or Gaujeac, De, see Gally.
Gaultier, Henry, 206.
Gavaudun, Agen, 204, 209, 210.
Gay, Madame, 185.
Gedouin, Lieut., 75.
Geffraj, Johannes, 89,
Genatio, Col., 260, 261.
Genel, Ester, 201, 207.

Geneva, 31, 38, 185, 189, 290, 291,
439, 440; English religious refugees
at, 89-91, Livre des Anglois, 91;
Société d'Histoire et d'Archéologie,
xli.

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Gerhardt, Paul, 59.

Gerin, Piere, his wife and children,
169, see also Guerin.

German Government, xlii; Lutherans,
314; Protestants, proposed settle-
ment of, in Cyprus, 315.
German, a, assisted at Dover, 174.
Germans, forming part of the congre-
gation of the Templum Domini Jesu
in London, 331-333; in London,
334 note; included with natives of
the Netherlands under the term
'Dutch,' 331-334.

Germany, 26, 190, 276, 311; Acta
Borussica, xlii; English religious
refugees in, 86-91; French or Wal-
loon congregations iu, xvii, xviii,
xli, xlii. 90, 337, 339; immigration
from, 332; in the Thirty Years'
War, see Thirty Years' War;
Deutcher Hugenotten-Verein, xviii
bis, xli, 7.

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Godeau de La Roche, Jaqueline, 344.
Godfray, H. M., vii, ix.

Godefroi de Bouillon, 297.

Godin, -, 179.
Godske, Peter, xv.
Gomarists, 42.
Gonzal, Abel, 339.
Goodman, -" 90.

Gorenflo, James, 339.

Gorge's, Brigadier, regiment, 75.
Goslin, Capt., 75.
Gosport, 391.
Gosset family, xiv.

Brigadier-General M. W. E., C.B.,
xx, xxxi.

- Capt. Edward Frankland, v.
Miss Mary H., xiv, 5.
Gosset-Tanner, Rev. Jas., xxvii.
Goulon, -, 322.

Gourko, General, 315.
Gournay, Anne, 344.

Gouverne, Jean, 149, 206,
Govett, Charles A, xx his, xliii.
Graffart, Isaac, 344.

Grandidier, Zacharie, 198.
-name of, 196.

Grand Villar, Wurtembery, 336, 339

note.

Granvelle, Cardinal, 29, 32, 40.
Gravesend, xv, 24.

Gray, Henry, 136 note.

Green, Emanuel, 5.

Grindall, Bishop of London, 28, 30.
Grisons, the, 290, 293, 315; see also
Paper entitled Rohan's, The Duc
de, Relations with the Republic of
Venice, passim.

Groen van Prinsterer, M., 35 note,
39 note.

Groningen, 302, 303.

Gros Villar, Wurtemberg, 336, 339 note.
Grotto del Cane, 300.

Grugeon, Mr., 185.

Gruion, Jean, 172, 177, 180.

Guards, regiment of, 75; First Foot,
326, King William III's Horse and
Body, 322.

Guarin, Isac, 339; see also Guerin.
Gudina, 326.

Guelle, Madelaine, 206.

Marie, 198, 207; see also Le Cat.
Guerier, 178.

Guerin, David, 198.

- Isaac, 198; see also Guarin.
Jacob, 198.

Jean, 145 bis, 145 note, 146 quater,
173, 174, 198; Marie Richer, his
wife, 145 note, 146, 150 ter, 175,
198; his child, 146.

Guerin, Pierre, 198; see also Gerin.
Guernsey, 168, 190, 410.

Guernsey, Naturalization in, 347.
Guienne, 280, 286, 314.
Guignon,

139.

Guînes, 196-198, 200, 203-210, passim ;
Protestant Church of, see Paper
entitled Dover, The Fourth Foreign
Church at, passim; registers of the
Church, x, xii, xl, see also the above-
mentioned Paper, passim; Commu-
nion cups and linen of the Church,
103-107, 137, 138, 143 note, 195,
217; its library, 104, 106; 'escripts
et contrats de parcheming' relating
to it, 195.

Guise, Cardinal de, 92.

- François, Duc de, 92, 311 bis.
- Henri, Duc de, 92, 311, 312.
'Guises, une fille de,' 142.
Guizot, Guillaume, xvi.
Pasteur, xvi.

Gurdon-Rebow, H. J., D.L., J.P.,

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Hammes, 206, 208-210.
Hampstead, 469.
Hampton Court, 37.

Hannot, or Hannotte, David, 206.
Hanover, 192; Elector of, 68.
Hardenberg, 331 note.
Hardy, W. J., xx.
family of, xvi.

Harington, Robertus, 88.
Harlinghem, 303.

Harlington, Middlesex, 420.
Harrintonus, Robertus, 87.
Harrison, Edward, vi, xxi.
Hartington, Marquis of, 65.
Harvard University Library, Cam-
bridge, Mass., U.S.A., v, vii.
Harwich, 168, 304.

Haselborn, Nassau, 337, 338 note.
Haseltine, Albert Chevalier, vi.
Hasted's History of Kent, 100, 130

note.

Hauteclair, Capt., 75.
Elizabeth, 343.

Hauterive, see Altariva.
Hays, Daniel, 198.
Jacques, 198.
name of, 196.
Heidelberg, 263, 295.
Heim, 336.

Heimsheim, 339.

Henri II., King of France, 23.
Henri III., 80-82, 85, 92 bis.

Henri IV., 67, 92 bis, 276, 290, 292,

309, 311-314, 316; see also Navarre.
Henrietta Maria, Queen, 259.
Henry III., King of England, 48.
Henry VII., xxxvii.

Henry VIII., 37, 467.
Hequet, Matthieu, 207.
Heraldus, -> 89.

'Heresy' in Italy, xxxviii-xl.
Hernout, --

31.

Heron, 467.

Hesse-Darmstadt, 319, 336, 339 note;

Landgrave of, 27, 336.

Hessels, J. H., xii, 331.

Jacques, 26, 30-32.

Hill's, Col., regiment, 75.
Hill, Rev. H. E., xxix.

Hills, Joannes, 88.

Hoakes, Mr. and Suson, see Stokes.
Hobbes, Joannes, 88.
Leonardus, 88.

Hoila, Louis, 179.

Holland, xviii, 108, 191, 216, 221,
222, 245, 249. 260 bis, 276, 281, 282,
293, 317; envoys of, to the Cevennes
broken on the wheel or sent to the
galleys, 72; naturalization of re-

ligious refugees in, 70, 71; 'pas-
sants' through Dover to, 140, 142
bis, 144; pensions paid by, to the
Vaudois, 337, 340; the States-
General appealed to on behalf of the
Protestants of France, 68 bis; Het
Genealogisch en Heraldick Genoots-
chap de Nederlandsche Leeuw,
xviii; see also Paper entitled Flam-
ands et Wallons &c. passim, Dutch,
Flemings, and Netherlands.
Hollard, Henry, 194.
Holoferne, Tragédie, d', 275.
'Holzappell', Nassau, 338.
Homans, family of, 353.
Homburg, 336, 338 bis.
Hoperus, Daniel, 88.
Horn, Marshal, 261 ter.
Hornbeus, Nicholaus, 87.
Horneby, Robertus, 89.
Hornus, Robertus, 87, 88.
Hospitallers, the, 467.

Hospitallers' Acre, Hackney, 467, 468.
Houblon, Jean, 38.
Hougham, Kent, 130.
Hour, Marguerite, 31.
Hovenagell, Gilles, 211.

Hovenden, Robert, Vice-President,
iv, viii bis, xii, xix, xx bis, xxxvi,
xliii, xlv, 6.

Miss, xx.

Hugo, Thos. Noel, xxviii, xliii.
Huguenot Commanders, xxxvii, 309.
Huguenot History in the Reign of Queen
Ann, Incidents of, v, 65.

Huguenot history, Societies for the
study of, see Huguenot Society of
London, Societies in correspondence
with it, also Marnix.
Huguenot Society of London:

Accounts of receipts and expendi

ture, viii, x, xi, xxxi, xxxii, xxxv.
Address, Annual, ix, xxxiii.
Conferences, Summer, ix, xiii, xx,
xxxi, xxxii, xxxiv.

Conversazione, proposed, in London,
ix, xiii.

Council, the, Annual Reports of,
vi, xxx.

Election of Fellows, iii-vi, xxvii-
Xxx, xlv.

Election of Honorary Fellows, xxxi,
xxxviii.

Election of Officers and Members of
the Council, xix, xliii.

Library, xxiv, xlii, 3-21.
Meetings, Annual General: 1891,
May 13, iii, 77; 1892, May 11,
vi; 1893, May 11, xxx.

Meetings, Ordinary: 1891, Nov. 11,
iii; 1892, Jan. 13, iv; March 9,
v; Nov. 9, xxvii; 1893, Jan. 11,
xxviii; March 8, xxix.

Obituary notices, vi, vii, ix, xi, xxx.
Publications, viii, x-xvi, xxxi, xxxii,
XXXV-Xxxviii, 43, 44.

Societies in correspondence with it,
see Societies under the titles of
Antiquaries, America, Archaeo-
logical, Brussels, Carolina, Fran-
çais, Frankfort, Geneva, Germany,
Holland, Jersiaise, Romana, Vau-
doise, Virginia, and Wallonnes.
Huguenots, proposed settlement of,
in Cyprus, 315; taking refuge in
Savoy to be punished and expelled,
xxxix.

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in England, xvii; addresses by, to
Queen Anne, 66-69; conform to the
rites of the Established Church of
England, 96, 97, 97 note, 102, 102
note, 133 bis, 215, 216 bis, 346, 355;
secede from the Established Church,
109-111, 133, 147, 216; a minister
who takes part in this secession
afterwards accepts livings in the
Established Church, 109 note, 130,
216; English attend their services,
108; escape of one from France
concealed in a basket, 468; estimates
of their numbers, 352; hold a
thanksgiving service for a military
success against France, 167; in the
military service of the Crown, 65,
66, 72, 74-76, 321-327, 349; naval
prisoners released on condition of
serving on an English man-of-war,
340-342; payment of church rates
and poor rates by, 106; permitted
to hold their services in parish
churches, 51; property of, dying
in England, 69, 70; receiving re-
mittances of money from their
relatives in France, 70; their goods
and estates in France forfeited, 69;
see also the various titles referred to
under the word Aliens.

- in Germany, see Germany.

- in Holland, joining the Dutch Re-
formed Church, xviii;
see also
Holland.

Huguenots, Pensions paid to, 342.
Hungary, Queen of, 30 note, 288.
Huntingdon, 305, 412.
Huntley, Sydney Ernest, iii.
Hurel, Jean, 204.
Hussites, the, 302.
Huyghens, Chrétien, 33.

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Johnson, Charles, 98 bis, 102, 105,
139, 212.

Robert, 99, 198.

Sir John, xxi, xxiii.

Suson, 187 note.

Jolly de Chadignac, Mary, 343.

Jones's, J. B., Mayors of Dover, 98

note.

Jones, Mrs., xxiii.

Rev. C. A., xxi, xxiii.
Winslow, 353 bis.

Jooris, see Vander Katelyne.
Jordan, David, 338.

Joslin, George, xxi, xxiii.
Mrs., xxiii.

Jouneau, Mary, 343.
Jourdain, David, 354.

Rev. Francis, xxviii, 354.

Juliers, 290; Duchy of, 279.
Julius Cæsar, 45, 46, 295.
Junas, xvii.

Junot, the widow, 178.
Justeniere, Capt., 75.

KEER, Gregoire, 108, 109, 111, 113,
198.

Keidinghövin, xxii.

Kentus, Laurentius, 87.
Kerr, Gregory, see Keer.
name of, 196.
Kershaw, S. W., 467.
Kervile, Nicolaus, 88.
Kethe, Wm., 90.
Kiffier, Alexr., 339.
Kingston-upon-Thames, 417.
Knitlingen, 339.

Knox, John, xv, 27, 90.
Königsfeld, 290.

Kotzé, Rev. Johannes Jacobus, D.D.,
6.
Kuyper, Dr. A., his Kerkeraads
Protocollen der hollandsche Gemeente
te London, 34 note, 36 note; his
Joannis A Lasco Opera, 331, 331
note, 332 note.

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