Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 16, May-December 1582. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1909.
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Dabescott, Peter, in Williams' company, 263. Dalberg, Wolfgang von, Archbishop-Elector of Maiaz, arrives at Augsburg, 179;
anointed there, 310.
Dale, Valentine, Master of Requests, de Pna, complains of being hardly used by, 256;
de Pna refers to money lent by him to, 269,458;
-, -, letter from, 193.
Dallaber, English doctor, in Paris, 360.
Dalton, ensigns of, to be sent to Diest, 143 (p. 139).
Dalvisini, Marquis, discovery of practice intended by, against Duke of Parma, 86.
'Dalyne,' Colonel of French in Low Countries, 154, 175.
Dam, near Groningen, Count of Arenburg's father slain at, 477.
Damme, French soldiers placed in, 258.
Dampmartin, Master of Requests in household of Duke of Anjou, sent with examination of Salcedo and other plotters into France, 227.
Damweiler, 'Davilere,' statement of pay of garrison of, 328.
Danett, Audley, reference to letters for, 158, 235;
reference to letters from, 175, 196, 237 (p. 241);
Longston sends letter to, 361;
Longston confers with, about money for Lesieur, 427;
reference to letter to, 508;
reference to letter from, 532.
-, -, letters and dispatches from, 98, 109, 121, 142, 164, 165, 181, 189, 206, 227, 243, 259, 303, 310, 336, 338, 363, 377, 392, 404, 428, 439, 455, 460, 462, 473, 491, 501, 514, 526.
-, -, brother of above, brings letters from Walsingham to Longston, 93;
mentioned, 99, 109.
Danguissole, discovery of practice intended by, against Duke of Parma, 86.
Daniell, Burnaby, trumpeter in States' army, 260.
Dantes, Sebastian. Portuguese merchant, signs bond to Captain Kenne, 452.
Danzay, , letter from, 290.
Dape, Jan de, eschevin of Antwerp, 548.
Darbishire, Dr. Thomas, Jesuit in Paris, Gower applies to, for money, 149.
Darneves, Francisco, account of his capture by Kenne, 469.
Daulton, , Leicester's 'footman,' 307.
Dauphin, regiment levied in, said to have done great harm in Savoy, 348;
cannons to be made for, 348 (p. 338);
many men in. trained for war, and unable to do any other work, 372.
Dauphinois, Monsieur's companies of, come to frontier of Lorraine, 288 (p. 282).
Davene, Christopher, of Norfolk, payment for wheat made to, 46.
'David the Italian.' See Rizzio.
Davis, , brings letter from Walsingham to Cobham, 86.
Deane, Richard, in Williams' company, 263.
Delfzyl, near Groningen, French said to have taken, 445.
Dellahay, Anthony, in Williams' company, 263.
Dellamoye, John, in Williams' company, 263.
Delveyn (?), Baron, Bryan Geoghagan in company with brother of, 307.
Demetrius, Emanuel, takes letters from Lesieur to Walsingham, 159.
Dendermonde, 'Dermonde,' Monsieur coming to Antwerp by way of, 302 (p. 297), 303, 304;
rumour of enemy in, 474;
'Termonde,' in danger through continuance of frost, 487;
French army to march to, 527;
Monsieur's army near, 531, 535.
Denmark, embassy to, from England, 130;
consideration at Augsburg of heavy tolls imposed by, on ships and merchandise, 198;
Treasurer of persuades King of, to oppress English merchants and favour Spaniards, 217 (p. 216);
Four Members of Flanders wish Limoral of Egmont to make journey into, 305;
notes on negotiations with, 551.
-, Queen of, health of, drunk at Elsinore, 207.
-, French ambassador in, reference to Order bestowed on King of Denmark by, 217 (p. 216).
-, King of. See Frederick II.
-, English Ambassador in. See Willoughby, Lord.
Denys, , Lieutenant, takes despatch from Herle to Walsingham, 118.
'Deperes,' M. See Pierre, de la.
Derbend, Spanish slaves rescued by English sailors near, 6 (p. 6).
Derby, Earl of. See Stanley, Henry.
'Deslowe, Androus,' 393.
Desmond, Earl of. See Fitzgerald.
Dethick, Sir Gilbert, Garter King of Arms, letter of credence for, from Elizabeth to King of Denmark, 130;
takes Order of Garter to King of Denmark, 245, 254.
Deux Ponts, Duke of. See Zweibrucken.
Deventer, on the Yssel, States' troops defeated at Lochem escape to, 315 (p. 309);
held by Monsieur, 438 (2).
Diaceto, Ludovico, Count of Chateauvilain, kinsman of, wishes to visit England, 257.
Dias, Antonio, account of his capture by Kenne, 469.
-, Stephen, S.J., signs bond to Captain Kenne, 452.
Dieppe, Scotch ship laden with gunpowder at, 53 (p. 46);
John Dowes goes to, 75;
powder taken to Scotland from, 77 (p. 71);
John Dowes' journey from, 91;
gunpowder sent to Scotland from, 150;
Armeville obtains crew from, to attack English vessels, 211 (c);
Cobham sends letters by way of, 249, 267, 268, 287 (p. 280);
la Chastre receives government of, 465.
Diest (Brabant), English Companies march towards, 139, 143 (p. 139);
threatened by enemy, 234 (p. 238);
Italian forces said to have arrived at, 235;
enemy near, 237 (p. 241);
new supplies sent to, 324;
report that enemy means to besiege, 335;
Saisseval takes troops from, to attack Louvain, 428;
enemy hovers near, 460, 462;
Prince of Parma may go towards, 500.
Diet, Imperial. See Empire.
Dieu, 'Iddio,' Isle de, off coast of Britanny, Sainte-Soleine's vessel wrecked near, 471.
'Dillann,' Sir , Irish rebel, 437.
Dinguens, John (qy D'Iniguez), Venero refuses to pay bills due to, 45.
Dixmuyden, Dixmude, French ensigns take Captain of 'Rousbrughe' prisoner at, 81;
mentioned, 118 (p. 119);
enemy making preparations to besiege, 160;
French companies go into, 185, 258.
Docival, , Captain in French fleet for Don Antonio, 115.
Doen (?), Nicholas, French pirate, note of spoils captured by, from English merchants, 543.
Doesborg, in Gelderland, Monsieur intends to put garrison into, 18;
soldiers will not dislodge from garrison at, without pay, 30;
cornets at, receive small amount of pay, 191;
held for Monsieur, 438 (2).
Doinean, Joseph, Sieur de Sainte-Soleine, 'Sainto-Souline,' 'St. Solemne,' maitre-de-camp in army for Don Antonio, 95, 115;
tries to escape from Tercera, 343 (p. 335);
action of, at battle of Azores 353 (p. 345);
said to have returned from Terceras, 457;
vessel of said to have been wrecked off coast of Britanny, 471, 472 (p. 460).
Dollenville. See Ollenville.
Dominican friar, Irish, in Pope's new Council, 494 (p. 485);
goes to England from Rome, 538.
Doni, Carlo, a Florentine, wishes to visit England, 257;
Cobham sends letter by, 266.
-, letter from, 408.
-, Ottaviano, brother of above, Treasurer to Queen Mother, 257, 266, 408.
Dor, Pierre. 'Piedro d'Oro,' agent of Don Antonio, in Antwerp, 18 (p. 17);
brings news of preparations in France for Don Antonio, 85 (p. 78);
'Perrador,' cousin of, brings declaration from Don Antonio to Paris, 247 (p. 248);
comes to Paris from Flanders, 287 (p. 280);
mentioned, 288 (p. 282).
Dordrecht, Dort, people of Holland promise to pay money to Elizabeth at, 12;
Lesieur refers to letter written at, 124;
merchandise conveyed to England from, 361;
foreign goods brought to, instead of Antwerp, 388.
Dorio, Filipe, hollands shipped in vessel of, 45 (p. 40).
Doria, Giovan Andrea, to be Viceroy of Sicily, 108,
'Andreetta Dorio, 113 (p. 111);
made Viceroy of Naples, 143 (p. 140);
mentioned, 423 (p. 415).
Dorpe, Adrian van der. Norris obtains money through oredit of, 165.
Dotikum, on the Rhine, held by Monsieur, 438 (2).
Douay, in Artois, Castle near, taken by men of Bouchain and Cambray, 53;
Jehan Gower lives in, 66;
mentioned, 118 (p. 118);
people of, submit to Monsieur, 118 (p. 121);
French foot near, 126 (p. 126);
some of Prince of Parma's troops near, 391;
Prince of Parma demands victuals from towns about, 440.
Doubat, , captain of French infantry, slain in battle of Azores, 213.
Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Angus, 'Anguisshe,' Lord Hamilton hopes to join, in cause of Religion, 210;
d'Aubigny causes, to be banished, 421 (p. 412).
-, Archibald, Lord Hamilton sends message of friendship to Earl of Angus by, 210;
brings news of events in Scotland to Walsingham, 298.
-, George, merchandise of, 370.
-, James, Earl of Morton, d'Aubigny's enemies likely to have same payment as, 343 (p. 335);
reference to death of, 421 (p. 412);
all about Scottish king confederates of House of, 472 (p. 461).
Dover, boats of, taken at Calais to bring soldiers to Low Countries, 325;
licence of, 334;
Doni complains of discourtesy used to him at, 408.
Dowes, John, letters from, 75, 91.
Doyen, M., dispatched by Monsieur to meet Duke of Montpensier, 473.
Doyley, Thomas, sent by Herle to Walsingham, 85 (p. 80);
reference to letters from, 175.
-, - letters from, 30, 70, 157, 180, 237, 283, 337, 350, 477, 502.
Doyly, Charles, Cobham delivers money to, 152
Drake, Sir Francis, Mendoze wishes for redress of robberies of, 7;
Zubiaur wishes to recover damages done by, 52;
treats Antonio de Castillo with courtesy and kindness, 56.
Dresnas, du, Captain in 'army' for Don Antonio, 95, 115;
Dresnay, action of, at battle of Azores, 353 (p. 351).
Dro, Martin, of Zealand, to be Admiral of Holland and Zealand ships, 85 (p. 78).
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 18 (p. 16);
said to be in arms against Earl of Sussex, 18 (p. 17);
Tresam incurs displeasure of, 50;
Herle refers to his letter from, 85 (p. 79);
mentioned, 118 (p. 116);
mediates between Norris and North, 119;
mare sent to, instead of to Walsingham, 120;
reference to letter from Herle to, 134;
reference to letter from Aston to, 143 (p. 141);
Rogers desires him to write on his behalf, 194 (p. 195);
Irish 'footman' of, in Count Brissac's ship, 287, 288 (p. 282);
servant of, wounded in encounter before Ghent, 302 (p. 296);
mentioned, 331, 367, 381;
Duke Casimir promises to send wine to, 459.
-, -, letters to, 270, 411.
Duffel, 'Duffill,' castle of, on river of Lierre, taken by French, 390.
Dumbarton, d'Aubigny to give up fortress of, 326.
Dunese, th, abbey of, near Nieuport, camp of reiters at, 163.
Dunkirk, Rochepot inarches towards, 109;
Count Ulrich of Mansfeldt comes to Antwerp from (p. 118);
French troops to cross to, from Gravelines, 143 (p. 139);
Monsieur's camp goes from Ghent to, 147;
Rochepot marches to, 151;
camp from Ghent goes to, 157, 164, 169;
order of camp at, 175;
States' camp near, 180, 184, 185, 203 (p. 203);
Italian accomplice of Salcedo taken at, 204;
men departing daily from, for want of pay, 205;
John Cobham visits camp near, 209;
Monsieur's camp near, 220;
Norris comes to, 222;
pay for troops sent to, 227 (p. 228);
Monsieur's camp and enemy's close to, 235;
accomplices of Salcedo captured at, 238;
French troops to come to, by water, 243;
Monsieur removes camp from, 258;
garrison of, will receive no more French, 259;
reference to sudden removal of States' camp from, 278, 280 (p. 273), 283;
mentioned, 297, 306, 320;
Parma will not allow French to slip through his hands at, 333;
Scottish companies at, sent into Brabant, 391, 392;
prisoners executed at, 405;
to make provision for French and Swiss troops, 475;
Monsieur sends gentlemen to meet French nobles at, 493;
disoord between soldiers and burghers at, 531, 533, 536.
-, letters and dispatches dated at, 184, 185, 190, 191, 195, 196, 205, 208, 214, 217, 219, 221, 222, 236, 252, 253.
Durant, , French captain slain at Lochem, 315 (p. 309).
Duras, Marguerite d'Aure de Grammont, Viscountess of, favourite of Queen of Navarre, insulted by Clermont d'Amboise, 4 (p. 4).
Dutch, merchants, 93;
companies at Dunkirk, 164;
post, Danett sends letter by, 189;
merchants to furnish money for debt due to Pallavicino and Spinola, 197;
'book' sent to Walsingham, 220;
post, 227, 259;
horse. Norris takes for relief of Lochem, 320;
reference to letter concerning trade of, 361;
small shipping of, from Antwerp, 388;
merchants trading in London, Danett speaks with secretary of, 462.
Duten, Wilkin van, merchant of Hamburg, signs petition against Sackford, 351.
Dyamon, Robert, in Williams' company, 263.
Dyck, Adrian, Greffier of Antwerp, 548.