Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 3, April-December 1587. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1929.
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B., Hugh Owens' instructions to, 491-3.
B. See also Torre, Alessandro de la.
Bacas, Capt., Castilla ransoms men of, 271.
Baccurst. See Sackville, Thomas, lord Buckhurst.
-, Backes, Baxe, Baxxis, Marcel, cornet of, taken from Berghen, 112
-, loyalty of, 134, 411.
-, Paul, goes out to meet Buckhurst, at Utrecht, 29
-, cornet of, taken from Berghen, 112
-, loyalty of, 134, 411.
asks payment of Castillia's ransom, 174
-, with court at Dort, 269
-, States object to Leicester's appointment of, 490.
Baeck, Bake, German Captain, in States' pay, 179.
Baesh, Basshe, Edward, victualler to Navy, Brune desires post, 63.
Balduc, Baldock, Balduke. See Hertogenbosch.
-, Bafford, Bawford, Beaford, Col., States of Holland want to make governor of Arnheim, 22
-, commanding at Bommell, forwards supplies to enemy, 64
-, Wilkes suggests Paton as bridle for, 150
-, adherent of Hohenlohe, 176.
Bamburgh, Thomas, marshal at Brill, 290, 426.
Banck of Tergo, of Maurice's faction, 411.
Bannister, Banister, Bannaster, Bannester, Capt., Edmund, 104.
letters from, 86, 108, 114, 116, 290.
-, reply to, 114.
wants wife over, 108, 114
-, wife has not received money sent, 238.
company of, payment of, l.
Bara. See La Barre.
Barck. See Rheinberg.
-, Bardese, Bardesius, William, burgomaster of Amsterdam, slanders Leicester, 43
-, report of business with Hohenlohe, 208
-, sent to Hague, 246, 263.
Leicester sends for, about peace, 264
-, sent to States about Sluys, 275
-, reports reception of Leicester's letter, 417.
Barenvelt. See Oldenbarnevelt.
Bargen up Zome. See Berghen op Zoom.
Barlemont, Barlemount. See Berlaymont.
Barley, English merchant at Bruges, wants passport to take boats to Sluys, 404.
Barne, Sir George, Lord Mayor of London, Conway's opinion of of recruits sent by, 61, 78.
Barnevelt. See Oldenbarnevelt.
Barney, Capt., what service expected of, 492.
Barnish, Capt., appointed to Lochem, 490.
Barrowe. See Berghen op Zoom.
Barton, Capt., commanding troops from England for Berghen, 75, 107, 112.
in charge of levies from London, 104
-, payment to, 109.
Baskerville, Baskerfield, Baskeville, Basquervile, Capt., 290.
company sent from Berghen to Ostend, 75, 94.
taken to Sluys, 98
-, at Sluys, 107
-, gallantry at breach, 191.
reports Berghen very ill provided, 392
-, to be sent for, 487.
Bassano, Andrew, water bailiff at Brill, 290, 426.
Basshe. See Baesh.
Basson, Thomas, printer, 323-4.
Bath, co. Somerset, letter dated at, 9.
Leicester not benefited by, 9
-, visit referred to, 47.
Walsingham wishes he and Wilkes were at, 48
-, Wilkes advised to go to for cure, 180.
Bavaria, Ernest of, archbishop elector of Cologne, Meppen a town of, 322.
-, duke of. See George John.
Bawford. See Balfour.
Baxe, Baxxis. See Bacq.
Baxter, John, trumpet to Lord Willoughby, protestation, of, 352-3.
-, Alvaro de, marquis of Santa Cruz, Sante Crooes, arrives in Galicia with 200 sail, 432
-, to command sea forces against England, 440, 449.
Beaford. See Balfour.
Beale, Bele, Bell, Belye, Robert, clerk to the Privy Council, 360.
letters of, 12, 172, 223, 307.
-, referred to, 227.
letter to, 218.
returning with Leicester, 118
-, to take Wilkes's place, 134.
Leicester commends, 153, 199, 221, 306, 316-7
-, Leicester delegates matters to, 218, 226.
represents need of succouring Sluys, 158
-, insists on need of further supplies, 173.
Buckhurst sees before leaving, 167
-, Buckhurst to answer upon, 187.
party to conference, 189
-, Buckhurst informs of whole course of negotiation with States, 194, 213
-, notes on conference with Leicester, 198.
Leicester asks for truth about Hohenlohe's action, 196
-, Leicester asks to write to Burghley, 211.
to charge States with neglecting Sluys, 218
-, report of proceedings with States, 223.
tired of dealing with States about accounts, 257
-, present at musters, 335.
Leicester informs about peace, 263
-, statement on peace negotiations before, 272.
fears matters will go from bad to worse, 268
-, informs States of queen's displeasure, 484.
makes representations to States about Sluys, 277.
at conference about giving satisfaction to Leicester, 285
-, replies for Leicester, id.
-, Leicester commits particulars of daily proceedings to, 306.
to be sent home, 316
-, sent with dispatch, 317
-, leaving for England, 323.
Leicester thanks Walsingham for, 318
-, messages taken by, 335, 340-1, 344
-, gone, 340, 368.
can give queen information, 341, 345-6
-, moves about peace proposals, 358.
Leicester suggests sending back, 362
-, proposal to send instead of Herbert reconsidered, 366.
not considered a furtherer of peace, 366
-, Leicester calls to witness about peace proposals, 382-3.
asked to move Burghley for transfer of merchants to Flushing, 385.
Leicester writes to, of state of affairs, 392-3
-, had project for defence of Provinces, 443
-, complete unanimity with Killigrew, 444
-, mediator for Gilpin with Walsingham, 447.
Bearnvelt. See Oldenbarnevelt.
Bedford, county of, levies from, for Netherlands, 104.
Beecher, Henry, money received by, for Merchant Adventurers, 142.
-, William, note of money due to, 301.
Beerevlyett. See Biervliet.
Beja, duke of. See Louis.
Bel, Jerome, secretary to Col. Picron, 279.
Bele, Bell, Belye. See Beale.
Bennet, Thomas, deputy of Merchant Adventurers at Middelburg, letter from, l.
Berblock, , money to discharge bond to, 364.
Berch, Johan van den, deputy of Utrecht in States General, 172.
Berche, Capt. Henrick van, favours Hohenlohe, 176.
Berchem, Bercham, Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], enemy forces strong about, 242.
Berck. See Rheinberg.
Berderpons ?, of Council of State, one of those who visits Leicester, 411.
Bergaign, Pre, 281.
Bergen, William count of, Count Vander Bergen, made governor of Deventer for Philip, 372.
Berges. See Rheinberg.
Berghen op Zoom, Bargen up Zome, Barrowe, Bergen, Berghes op Zome, Berghenzone, Bergen ap Some, Bergus op Zom [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], letters dated at, 6, 29, 59, 78, 112, 120, 226, 231-5, 237-9, 242, 250-1, 255, 321, 329, 332-4, 351, 379, 389, 418, 442, 455.
Castilla taken by men of, 1
-, money for him sent to, 57.
letter sent to, 2
-, Le Sieur reaches, 78
-, service of Noell at, 376.
suspicion of treason at, 7
-, expected attack on, 31, 59, 242, 249, 254, 321, 388, 390, 401
-, key to Holland and Zeeland, 115.
Brown leaves victualling at, 56.
exploit of cavalry of, 58-9
-, soldiers of captured Rantzou, 60, 474
-, men of intercept letters, 119.
plan of, 59.
men from, for defence of Ostend, 66, 75-6, 78, 85, 87, 112, 363
-, troops in queen's pay at, 82.
need of warrant to supply, 87
-, companies sent to, 107, 109
-, enemy expects to take, 115.
companies sent from, to Sluys, 94, 98, 112, 141.
Willoughby desires to continue in government of, 96
-, now out of his hands, 448.
garrison reduced, 112
-, plan to attack enemy's camp from, 119.
busy fortifying, 112, 118
-, Leicester asks guns for, 154
-, enemy expected to attack, 202, 245.
pay of garrison witheld, 142
-, to be defended as key to Zeeland, 164.
Leicester goes to view, 145-6
-, Leicester places forces in, on fall of Sluys, 202.
troops assembled at, 151
-, troops ordered to, 151, 156
-, companies at weak, 178.
prisoner taken by men of, 175
-, raid from, capturing many distinguished persons, 229-30, 234-5, 237, 313, 483.
peace commissioners to go to, 216, 274, 286, 300, 359, 403, 473-4
-, suggested for colloquy about cessation, 229, 243, 255, 313, 317, 399.
Leicester going to, 222
-, Leicester at, 230, 259, 263
-, he orders provision against attack, 245, 255, 330.
States make provision for, 223
-, too costly to hold without Dutch, 238.
expedition from against Hoogstraten, 230
-, challenge of Guasto to, 351-2.
enemy hopes of besieging, 252
-, marquis of Guasto near, 330.
12 companies brought from to Dort, 269
-, under jurisdiction of States, 317.
letters taken by men of, 297
-, prisoners brought to, 298
-, constant desertions from, to enemy, 340.
Parma contemplates cutting off, 364
-, Parma means to attack, 378, 392, 411
-, in poor state for defence, 379, 392, 394
-, siege no longer expected, 418.
Leicester returning to, 383, 397
-, Leicester ready to meet attack on, 402.
success in action against enemy, 388
-, de Loo going to for peace colloquy, 399, 414
-, objections to for peace conference, 416.
Leicester's reference to, disliked, 417
-, Pelham sent to confer with Willoughby about, 424.
pay of gunners at, 427
-, forces left by Leicester at, 428.
men of 'put to provand,' 447
-, wants of victuals and money in, 461, 472
-, States would not supply even if besieged, 472.
Parma would prefer for peace conference, 457
-, passport for Spanish commissioners to, 464.
Parma will continue hostilities against, if no cessation, 466
-, queen accepts as meeting place for commissioners, 473.
-, governor of. See Bertie, Peregrine, lord Willoughby
-, Morgan, Thomas.
Berghen, Berghes, marquis of. See Withem, Jean de.
Berks, county of, levies from for Netherlands, 104.
-, Claude de, seigneur de Hautcpenne, Haultepenne, Hawtupeyne, Hawtypen, Holtepen, to be in readiness to fight Maurice, 119
-, killed at Bommelerwaard, 159, 169, 170, 175
-, greatly lamented, 177.
-, Florent de, count of Lalaing, house raided, 119.
-, Barlemont, letters of Parma to, intercepted, 235.
-, Barlemount, count, expects great service from Shenochs, 350.
-, -, clerk of regiment of, 350.
Bernevelt. See Oldenbarnevelt.
Bertie, Peregrine, lord Willoughby de Erisby, Willobie, Wyllowbye, letters from, 158, 189, 191, 205, 234, 242, 254, 297, 331, 333-4, 351, 379, 388, 418, 442, 445, 447, 452, 461, 467.
letters to, 155, 351, 378, 432.
Leicester wants sent over to command horse, 70
-, requests of concerning his colonelship, 96.
Thinne to keep Norris's company together for, 143
-, will not have them, 144
-, to take Norris's place, 248.
Norris's companies passed to, 150, 155, 257
-, advised to let men have reckonings, 156.
Sherley's company refuses to repair to, 151, 168
-, reply of Norris to complaint about companies, 353-4.
Crescia was prisoner of, 175
-, Morgan charged with lack of respect to, 208.
commands infantry for relief of Sluys, 192
-, Leicester to be consulted about entertainment, 198
-, pay of, 425
-, pay of horsebands, 426.
Buckhurst accused of passing over slanders against, 214
-, his answer, 213.
ith force against Hoogstraeten, 230
-, Leicester leaves as governor of Berghen, 255
-, still there, 267.
intercepted letters forwarded by, 252, 281, 297
-, promises to Princess of Orange about Teligny, 313, 340.
queen orders to abate weekly imprests, 270
-, claims pay for Norris's men, 334.
sent to sea captains about attempting Sluys by sea, 277.
recommends Thoraise to Walsingham, 297
-, Martin de la Faille held by, 300
-, hopes to be discharged of Thoraise, 332.
enterprise on Wau fails, 331
-, skirmish with Guasto, 332
-, Guasto challenges, 333, 351-2
-, reply to, accepting, 334
-, goes out to fight Guasto, 351
-, Pelham sent to confer with, about Berghen, 424.
Guasto thanks for dogs, 352
-, advised that guns and munitions at Flushing disposed of, 494.
Thoraise and Grimaldi in hands of, 368
-, reply about La Faille, 378.
obtains confession from Smith, 388
-, detains him prisoner, 389.
commission as captain general in Low Countries, 414, 462
-, asks to be excused, 418
-, Council notified of appointment, 420, and States, 420
-, most unwilling to remain, 424
-, protests unsuitability, 409.
Leicester proposes to withold patent till he is back, 424
-, to be limited to command of forces, 452
-, not to meddle with civil government, 452, 454.
requests of Burghley in new post, 442, 445
-, asks for money to be sent, 453, 461.
waiting for instructions, 453
-, articles of instructions for, 462-3.
Overyssel and Utrecht ask help of, 468.
States not yet agreed about authority of, 468
-, take exception to validity of patent, id.
company of, 34.
Berwick, place provided for Errington at, 464.
Bevington, letters dated at, 108.
Bewe. See Pewe.
Bie. See Bye.
Biervliet, Beerevlyett, Biervliett [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], 99.
proposed rendezvous at, 119
-, Leicester goes to view, 146.
Parma may attack islands via, 418
-, Maurice with fleet near, 448, 453.
letter dated off, 448.
Bingham, George, appointment to government of Connaught, 249, 339.
Bingham, Byngham, Bynghym, Sir Richard, governor of Connaught, master of the ordnance, 399.
letters from, 249, 295, 321, 339.
letter to, referred to, 407.
points of offence against States General to be declared by, 190-1.
Leicester commends, 222
-, very welcome to Willoughby and army, 234
-, well treated by Leicester, 249
-, Leicester's high opinion of, 397.
with force against Hoogstraeten, 230, 234.
complains of Perrot's malice, 295
-, Piper desires to thank, 296.
made master of the ordnance, 296
-, Leicester suggests to command forces in Netherlands, 305
-, Leicester sends for, 318
-, goes to him, 321.
wishes to return to Ireland, 321, 339
-, next to return, 384
-, news and messages taken by, 393, 395, 397-8, 400-1, 406, 428.
goes out to fight Guasto, 351.
report on ways of dealing with States, 410
-, on those favouring queen and Maurice, 411.
pay of, 425
-, daily pay, 270.
Bischop, Louys, witness, 279.
biscuit, Bruges, Sluys and Newport busy baking, 390.
Blandre, J. de, secretary of Hohenlohe, letters on Norris cartel, 279.
Blankenberghe, Blakenborough, Blankenburg, Blanquenberge, Blankberg [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 196.
forts erected at, 76, 107, 141
-, enemy established at, with artillery, 85, 176
-, enemy driven back to, 96
-, plan to relieve Sluys by way of, 191, 231
-, march of English army to, 201, 276.
enemy strongly entrenched at, 244
-, Leicester gave up idea of attacking, 277
-, camps before, 323.
letter dated off, 196.
-, Sluice, 259.
Blanquart, M., 159.
Blocq, M., 159.
Blois, Guillaume de, dit Treslong, letters of, 61, 301.
asks replevin of money for captured French corn, 61, 301.
Blunt, Blount, Blutte, Charles, captain of footbands, 290.
goes to Sluys on hearing of danger, 98
-, back at Flushing, 99.
-, Capt. Christopher, advised Waytes about Doyly, 248
-, advised not to believe Waytes, 310
-, advice to Waytes, 310-1.
-, Mr., letters brought by, 263.
boar, present of, 6.
Bodenham, William, goes with Le Sieur to Brussels, 32.
Bois le Duc, Bolduke. See Hertogenbosch.
Bommel, Bomell, Bomyll, Bumble [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], pay by poll offered at, 20.
Catholics urged to betray, 22.
ships from takes provisions to enemy, 63.
governor favours Hohenlohe, 176
-, Hohenlohe has at devotion, 183.
mutinous Scots at, surrender, 264
-, Hohenlohe puts garrison in, 346.
-, Bomblesward, Bommels Ward, Bumbles ward [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], Hohenlohe repulses enemy at 158, 169
-, Hohenlohe remains about house of Hemart in, 189.
Bond, Capt., quartermaster, entertainment of, 487.
Boniface VIII., pope, Sixtus V worst pope since, 449.
-, Bon, Bone [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], surprised by Schenck, 459, 460, 462
-, move to recover, 468.
Borenstroe, Capt., inadequately rewarded, wants permit to sell Rhine wine in London, 5.
Borgerhout, Burganhoult, Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], enemy forces strong about, 242.
Borlas, Burlacy, Sir William, marshal at Flushing, 426.
-, -, sergeant major at Flushing, 290.
letters from, 94, 98, 111, 390, 408, 433.
urges sending of Leicester, 99
-, asks for employment in Ireland, 409.
pay of, 426.
-, reports Pelham's death, 433.
Borne, John, secret advice supplied to, 433.
Boston, co. Lincoln, Wilkes grant to make salt at, 66.
Botnia, Botnya, Sydert van, documents signed by, 447, 450.
Bouchurst. See Sackville, Thomas, lord Buckhurst.
Boulogne [Pas de Calais, France], 146, 415.
Bourbon, Henry de, prince of Cond, credited with victory of Coutras, 395.
Bourbourg, Bourbrough [Nord, France], suggested for peace conference, 398.
Bourgh. See Burgh, Captain.
Bourgrave. See Burgrave.
Bourne, Anthony, and Conway, 349. daughters of, 349.
Bourse, M. reported killed at Sluys, 176.
Bowcer, Capt., horseband of, pay, 426.
Boymer, Boyemer, Frederick van, pensionary of Alkmaar, deputy of Holland in States General, 172.
Brabant, Brabande [Prov. Netherlands], letter from, 118.
contributions of, 9
-, commission for receiving and employing money of, 56.
enemy preparing to attack in, 10.
troops from, with Parma, 80, 119.
Hohenlohe slays boors of, 87
-, his raid into for contributions, 93.
proposed raid into as diversion for Sluys, 101, 121
-, raided by Norris, Schenk and Hohenlohe, 117
-, Hohenlohe assembles his forces in, 158
-, his action near frontier, 169, 231, 259.
Holland and Zeeland get trade of, through war, 165
-, Sherley's payments in, 464.
men wearied with Hohenlohe's wars in, 171
-, Hohenlohe controls places on frontiers of, 183.
enemy strongly on foot in, 189
-, all lost but for queen's forces, 222
-, enemy constantly increasing forces in, 230
-, brandschatz of source of revenue for defence, 293.
Leicester enquires about companies in, 275
-, horse paid better in, 346.
troops gathering in, 394
-, Colonna came with troops to, 439.
veteran garrisons replaced by new troops, 431
-, proposal to hire reiters to ravage, 451
-, passport for Spanish commissioners in, 464.
-, receiver of. See Eyck, Govert van.
-, Little, enemy forces in, 113.
-, Capt., 456
-, letter to from Bruges, 350.
Brandenburg, elector and margrave of. See John George.
-, Brassard, Brassart, Brasserd, Govert, burgomaster of Delft, of most influence with States, 165
-, most inward with Hohenlohe, 183
-, of Maurice's faction, 411.
Breame. See Bremen.
Breda, Bredane [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], deputies at, to proceed with peace negotiations, 447.
governor of. See Lanzavecchia, Odoardo.
-, Bredrowe, Sieur de, desires peace, but a good patriot, 183
-, present at meeting of Leicester and States of Holland, 257
-, glad to have news of Wilkes, 286.
present at Council of State, 330
-, one that meets Leicester, 411.
Breedene, Brening [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], fort at abandoned by enemy and taken, 192, 196.
Breeges. See Bruges.
-, Breame [German Empire], trades with enemy, 85
-, Philip may threaten trade with, 252.
Dutch commissioners sent to, for reiters, 121
-, money at, for them, 306.
Stade asked if will treat without consent of, 225.
sued to Stade for permission to trade in corn, 292.
Count Mrs back from, 322, 327.
lorrendrayers of resort to Meppen, 354.
sailors come from, to Parma, 390
-, at Dunkirk, 432.
Brening. See Breedene.
Brereton, Capt., at betrayal of Deventer, refused to stay, 488.
Brett, Arthur, captain of footbands, 290.
Bridges, Brydsys, Robert, Wychgerde obtains release of, 253, 287.
Bridges. See Bruges.
Brielle, Bryell, Brill [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 487.
letters dated at, 151, 168-9, 297-8, 311, 333, 373, 446, 460, 469-70.
alleged attempt of Dutch to surprise, 6.
must trust upon England, 9
-, dangerous to abridge governor's authority, 151.
water bailiff at, office of, 27
-, list of officers, pay of, 426.
Buckhurst uses money due at to furnish Ostend, 34, 87
-, garrison receives lendings from town, 141, 160.
queen resents Maurice's action at, 129-30
-, States fear of queen yielding to Spain, 164.
pay of garrison, 142
-, pay far behind, 167
-, States will not pay garrison, 193.
mutiny of companies at, 150-1, 166-8
-, Norris to answer Council about, 186
-, his answer on, 217.
notes on money received from burghers of, 193.
Leicester wants more guns for, 199, 227
-, Leicester puts forces in, on fall of Sluys, 202.
command of companies at, 221
-, list of officers at, 290.
too costly to hold, without Dutch, 238, 292
-, queen's control of, 356.
shortage of stores, bad state of garrison through lack of pay, 297, 460
-, utterly unfurnished and exposed, 333, 373
-, defect known to Leicester but not supplied, 373.
Leicester wishes he was at, 391
-, Leicester increases garrison, 428
-, Leicester's measures to secure, 445-6.
governor obtains guns from Flushing, 446
-, captains kept at, at States' pay, 490.
Dutch mean to make English weary of, 459
-, designs of Maurice and Hohenlohe against, 468-9.
if no cessation Parma will continue hostilities against, 466
-, garrison and burghers on good terms, 469.
money for lendings exhausted, 472
-, to be kept till advances repaid, 477.
governor of. See Burgh, Thomas, lord
-, Cecil Thomas.
lieutenant governor of. See Pelham, Sir William.
marshal at. See Bamburgh, Thomas
-, Knyvett, Thomas.
Bristol, co. Gloucester, letter dated at, 21.
Broecke, Commissary van, takes muster at Flushing, 335.
Bromley, Bromly, Mr., accompanies Leicester to Ostend, 192.
merchant, goods brought to Ostend by order of, 456.
-, Henry, son of Lord Chancellor, bond of, 323.
Brook, Henry, abstract of letters and answer to, 113.
Brooke, William, lord Cobham, lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, letter to, 219.
money deposited with, 61, 301.
letters signed by, 197, 417.
appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 216, 288, 361.
Leicester writes to, about deserters, 267
-, Wychgerde writes to, 287
-, to apprehend deserters, 294.
Brough. See Burgh.
Brown, Browne, Richard, victualler, Buckhurst thinks worthy of punishment, 32.
Brune complains of, 56
-, suit of Brune with, 63.
-, Capt. William, confession of Gusman before, 114-5.
-, Capt., company at Flushing, 335.
Bruenton, Capt., 104.
Bruges, Breeges, Bridges [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 138, 148, 277, 431.
letters dated at, 150, 162, 179, 319, 351, 439, 443, 451, 458, 462, 471.
content with toleration, 54
-, distressed but well disposed towards queen, 76-7.
Parma collecting forces about, 76, 80
-, Parma lies at, with army, 85-6, 456.
Parma leaves for Oudenburg, 80.
post of, 107
-, Lamotte carried to, 116, 137
-, wounded at, 138, 147
-, wounded sent to, 192.
enemy's camp towards, 107
-, road from to Dixmude dangerous, 136, 146
-, roads near unsafe, 242.
30 bridges building at, 140
-, preparation at to block Sluys, 176
-, guns for Sluys brought from, 261.
queen's reply expected at, 162
-, before Sluys wished to go over to queen, 296.
retiring place for enemy, 192
-, Trent in prison at, 404.
deputies sent to previously, 319
-, commissioners should go to, 414.
great provision of boats at, 319, 343, 364.
letter brought by boor of, 350
-, do nothing at but bake biscuit, 390.
English messengers kept out of, 406
-, de Loo at awaiting commissioners, 433.
Parma goes to, to await fleet, 413
-, army marches to, 431.
Champagny expected at, 439
-, arrives, with many nobles of country, 442.
priest captured on way to, 453
-, suggested for commissioners, 458, 473
-, convenience of Ostend for, 494.
great dearth at, 471.
-, Bruin, Thomas, victualler, Buckhurst commends, 31-2
-, asks Walsingham's help, complains of Brown, 56, 63.
desires post as victualler to Navy, 63.
note of money due to, 301
-, under estimates stores, 462
-, certifies stores at Berghen spent, 472.
letters from, 56, 63.
Brussels [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], 60, 416, 453.
letters dated at, 29, 53, 55, 177, 244, 267, 274, 300-1, 314-5, 338, 347, 353, 394, 414.
letter sent to, 62.
news from, 246.
Le Sieur brought to, 32
-, Le Sieur at, 319.
Pacification of Ghent published at, 42
-, content with toleration, 44
-, States at, 493.
Parma at, 52, 254, 322, 372, 450
-, only feigned to go to, 336.
proclamation permitting Hollanders to trade at, 59
-, king's corn collected at, 254.
capture of prisoners near, 230, 235, 237, 252, 448.
proposed meeting of Estates at, 254
-, Council leaves to join Parma at Bruges, 431
-, dispute with Council at, 432.
English commissioners expected at, 263, 381
-, false report about, 308, 365.
convenient for peace negotiations, 319
-, de Loo at, waiting for commissioners, 395, 415.
great military preparations at, 329, 343, 378.
convoy brings specie to, from Fuggers, 431.
seat of royal Council, 457
-, convenience of Ostend for, 494.
Brydsys. See Bridges.
Bryell. See Brielle.
Buchol. See Sackville, Thomas, lord Buckhurst.
Buck, Capt., provost marshal, reports Berghen very ill provided, 392.
Buckhurst, lord. See Sackville, Thomas.
Buckingham, county of, levies from for Netherlands, 104.
Buhy, Seigneur de. See Mornay, Pierre de.
Buis. See Buys.
Bumble. See Bommel.
Bumblesward. See Bommeler Waard.
Burchgrave. See Burgrave.
Burganhoult. See Borgerhout.
Burgh, Brough, Burghe, Sir John, captain of footbands, 290.
review of horse at Doesburg, 142
-, horseband, pay of, 426.
money due to, for horse and footbands, 364.
-, Bourgh, Captain, warrant for payment to, 110.
Burgh, Thomas, lord, governor of Brill, 290.
letters of, 150, 167, 298, 311, 373, 469.
-, referred to, 460.
puts down mutiny of Sherley's company, 151
-, explanation and justification, 167-9.
captain of footband, 290
-, pay of, 426
-, money paid to, 427.
goes to Dort to ask supplies for Brill, 297
-, Leicester confers with, but leaves without means of defence, 333
-, asks that town may be made more guardable, 373
-, gets guns from Flushing at own charge, 446.
sends to England for provisions and munitions, 445
-, gets new oath from magistrates, 446.
Burgh, van der. See Aemsz.
Burghley, lord. See Cecil, William.
Burgoing, physician to the Queen of Scots, letter of, 11.
Burgrave, Bourgrave, Burchgrave, Daniel de, letters from, 118, 253.
suggests form of letter for States and Council, 118
-, at conference at Greenwich, 128
-, paper signed by, 272.
very busy to the dislike of many, 268.
sent to captains about attempting Sluys by sea, 277.
informs Herbert of dealings about peace, 421
-, Herbert well instructed by, 422.
Burgundians, escort of, put to flight, 80.
Burgundy, Parma expecting troops from, 243.
queen would prefer Parma as duke of, 321.
-, house of, question of renewing alliance with, 436.
Burlacy. See Borlas.
Burnham, Edward, water bailiff at Flushing, 290.
letters from, 2, 312, 323, 325, 340, 343, 368-9, 391.
Merchant Adventurers assist, 1
-, supplies money to de Buy, 2.
returning home willing to resign office, 3
-, pay of, 426.
going to Leicester in Holland, 313
-, deals with him about Sidney's pay, 323, 325-6, 368.
dealings about ransom of Castilla, 343, 368, 391-2.
Bus. See Buys.
-, Sir Philip, troop in queen's pay, 82
-, troop without money or credit, 144
-, company very weak, 155.
Lewis, servant of, 196.
captain of lances, 290
-, horseband of, pay, 426.
Buy, Buye. See Mornay, Pierre de, Seigneur de Buhy.
Buys, Buis, Bus, Buyes, Paul, of Leyden, 214.
gets States of Holland to depose Dr. Donellus, 24
-, charges against Donellus, 25.
says Dutch can defend selves without foreign aid, 44.
States afraid of example of, 125
-, hard treatment of refered to, 133.
Leicester's bad opinion of, 152
-, seeks revenge on Leicester, 165.
Hohenlohe directed by, 165
-, intimacy with Hohenlohe, 183
-, efforts to reconcile Hohenlohe with Leicester, 264.
of Maurice's faction, 411
-, States objection to Leicester's proceedings against, 490.
Buzenval, Seigneur de. See Choart, Paul.
Bye, Bie, George de, treasurer general, can explain moneys employed, 157.
Leicester sends for, about peace, 264.
present at Council of State, 330.
Byngham, Bynghym. See Bingham.