Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2, June 1586-March 1587. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.
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-, importance of harrying Spain in, 233
-, proposal to consign to oblivion all matters in, 435.
-, Indge, Capt. William, company at Rheinberg, 110, 116, 127
-, company of, 300
-, losses of company at Batenburg, 394.
payment to, 319
-, without garrison, 346.
gallantry at Batenburg, 393.
-, -, lieutenant in Stanley's company, 351.
-, Spanish, English merchants require protection against, 389
-, not to be introduced into Netherlands, 436.
Instrument of Association
-, oath of Association, confirmed in parliament, 153
-, read in Lords, 154.
Intercourse. See Magnus Intercursus.
Ipswich, co. Suffolk, flyboat of, captured, 293.
Ireland, Eyreland, 188.
men from, for Netherlands, 21, 42
-, Wingfield served in, 275.
extra expense in because of Netherlands, 41.
Norris asks for lands in, 93, 267
-, provision and emption sent to, 357.
Stanley ready to serve in, 246
-, Spaniards preparing to invade, 293
-, Stanley sends Irish to from Deventer, 327
-, Stanley's design to make trouble in, 328, 343.
Bourn went with Stanley to, 342
-, Benyon returning to, 343.
designs of Philip against, 419.
-, lord deputy of, Leicester compares his case with, 195.
-, - See Perrot, Sir John.
-, treasurer of. See Butler, Thomas, earl of Ormonde.
Irish, troops pillage at Doesborch, 153.
troops in Netherlands, 200, 231-2.
payment of, 41.
excesses at Deventer, 241-2, 263
-, friendly with Catholic burghers there, 273-4, 278
-, Stanley warned to keep eye on, 279
-, troops at Deventer, 326, 331.
Stanley sends to Ireland, 327
-, from Deventer go to Eupen, 338.
Isel. See Yssel.
Iselstein, Col. See Yselstein.
Iselstein. See Ysselstein.
Isenburg, count of. See Salentin.
Islestein. See Yselstein.
Islye, Capt. Henry, payment to, 316.
-, in Parma's army, 20, 292, 299
-, at Neuss, 103.
not discouraged by failure of Babington plot, 162, 172.
coins of, 113.
merchants give up trading at Emden, 118
-, merchants trade at Emden, 119.
spies from meet at Amiens, 161, 171
-, Englishman sent to, to plot against queen, 250n.
Parma going to to bury father, 293.
supplies ships to Philip, 293.