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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H., letter to Wilkes, 285.
Haag. See Hague.
-, [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], States of Holland withdraw to, 355
-, States at, 374, 377
-, waiting for Leicester, 368
-, hostile to English, 378.
Haele, Heale, house of [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], at devotion of Hohenlohe, 176.
Haelst. See Alost.
Haerlingen. See Harlingen.
Hague, Gravenhage, Haag, Haegh, Haie [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 127, 143, 182, 203, 264, 275, 358.
letters and papers dated at, 11-5, 17, 19, 20, 22-7, 56, 60, 62, 64-5, 68, 74-5, 85, 88-94, 99, 101-2, 105-6, 108, 112-3, 118, 121, 125-6, 131, 134, 136, 141, 272, 279, 299-301, 310-2, 316, 319, 320, 323, 325-7, 333, 355, 369-70, 404, 417, 457, 469.
news from, 372.
Sonoy sent for to, 3
-, Wilkes lying sick at, 35.
proceedings of Buckhurst with Leicester at, 193
-, Leicester at, 298, 326.
States of Holland assembled at, 246
-, Killigrew sent to, 250, 373
-, Councillors sent to about army, peace, etc., 263.
States General meet at, 255, 453
-, States resent Leicester not going to, 264.
Maurice at, 264, 269
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe at, 369.
Norris-Hohenlohe quarrel discussed at, 279.
conference between Leicester and States of Holland at, 308
-, States left for fear of being apprehended by Leicester, 377.
Capt. Dennys at, 335.
advantage taken of Leicester's departure from, 371, 373.
conference at, 403.
-, Henault, Heanigoe, Hennigow [Belgium], troops from, with Parma, 80
-, horse expected from, 93
-, enemy makes new levies in, 379, 394, 431.
separation of Artois and, 291.
veteran garrisons replaced by new troops, 431.
Haines, Hains. See Haynes.
Hall, Richard, cousin to Willoughby, 442.
-, [German Empire], Parma's agents at disturb re-establishment of Merchant Adventurers there, 219
-, danger of Philip cutting off trade with, 292.
Merchant Adventurers find variable and subtle, 225.
corn from, at Calais, 253
-, sue to States for permission to trade in corn, 292.
queen still has liberty to trade to, 293.
lorrendrayers of resort to Meppen, 354.
Hanse towns, Wychgerde belongs to, 148.
State asked if will treat without consent of, 225.
danger of Philip cutting off trade with, 292
-, Spanish preparations clearly not against, 434.
Harbert. See Herbert.
Harcourt, Capt., company sent to Rotterdam, 490.
Harleston. See Huddilstone.
-, Haerlingen, Harlingford [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands], will not receive companies sent by Leicester, 264
-, Medemblik better than for keeping sea passage, 367, 374.
Harris, Mr., Dr. Clerk's suit with, 17.
Hart, Harte, Capt., 290.
company sent from Berghen to Ostend, 75, 94
-, taken to Sluys, 98
-, at Sluys, 107
-, sent from Sluys to Leicester, 184.
-, Joyes van, secret advice supplied to, 433.
Hartford. See Hertford.
-, co. Essex, deserters return by, 267
-, Leicester suggests establishing magazine at, 402.
Hassacks, baron, one of those best affected to queen, 411.
Hatton, Sir Christopher, Vice Chamberlain, later Lord Chancellor, Leicester approves of appointment as Chancellor, 21.
Buckhurst's letters may be shown to, 35
-, speaks to queen for Wilkes, 47.
Wilkes congratulates, asks for help about salt patent, 67-8
-, favours his patent, 74
-, Wilkes begs for continuance of favour, 90.
Buckhurst wants help for recall, 125.
letter signed by, 197
-, Parma pleased to see name on letter, 337.
Leicester desires to further his return, 316
-, Leicester complains of, for not writing, 408.
Bourne hoped for backing of, 349.
message for, from Leicester, 424.
letters to, 23, 90, 219, 427.
Hauseman, , appeal to Chancery, 491.
Hautepenne, Haultepenne, Hawtupeyne, Hawtypen, seigneur de. See Berlaymont, Claude de.
Hawkins, John, treasurer of the Admiralty, payments to, 375, 455, 465.
hay, cost of, in Netherlands, 467.
Haynes, Haines, Hains, [John], man of Sir James Croft, 55.
-, of Dover, letter sent to, 300.
Heale. See Haele.
Heanigoe. See Hainault.
Hebergen, M., Arnheim governed by, 22.
-, Hedell [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], Hohenlohe has under his charge, 183
-, Hohenlohe demands money of, 346.
Hedley, Mr., letters sent by, 383.
Heernkins, Commissary, provision for widow of, 347.
Heingius, John, consul, sent to England, instructions, 489.
Henault. See Hainault.
-, Hinder, Degory, capt. of footbands, 104, 290
-, company at Flushing, 335
-, news brought by, 369.
Hennebert, Capt. Jacques de, letter of, 13.
asks order for payment from Norwich and Colchester, 13.
Hennigow. See Hainault.
Henrici, Capt. Everhard, suit against, 495.
Henricksonne, Capt. William, declares succour of Sluys by water feasible, 278.
Henry VIII., king of England, Norris would have lost head in days of, 233.
treaty with Charles V., 474, 493.
Henry III., king of France, agreement with, about ships, 61, 81.
paper assuring queen of triumph over, 211.
Leicester writes to about corn ships arrested, 223-4.
unable to check growing greatness of Spain, 293.
issue between and German forces, awaited, 300
-, practising for peace, 355.
urges Parma to come speedily, 395
-, victory over (Coutras) likely to alter Parma's plans, 406
-, Parma going to aid, 432.
brought unwillingly into league against England, 340
-, because pope threatened to ex-communicate, 449.
Henry, king of Navarre, succour for, 50.
privateering by ships with commission from, 61, 146, 301.
Capt. Allen wishes to serve in wars of, 174
-, Williams' intention to serve, 236
-, Drury means to go to, 238, 330
-, Winter wishes to serve, 250
-, Noel going to, 376, 385.
queen only waiting to see what will do with reiters, 337.
only consolation in success of, 355
-, victory over Joyeuse, 395
-, likely to alter Parma's plans, 406
-, Spain threatened if prevails, 434.
Henry, Albert, printer, 324.
Herauguieres, Charles de, letter sent by, 159.
Herbert, Harbert, Herbart, John, master of requests, 443.
letters from, 421-2, 425, 464.
-, referred to, 466.
letters to, 449, 453.
appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 216, 365.
credentials to States General, 353
-, Ortel sent with, 362
-, memorial for, 365-6
-, further instructions for, 366.
sent to renew peace motion to States, 359
-, queen looks to receive better answer by, 410.
proposal to send Beale instead of, reconsidered, 366
-, to be sent to home counties, 487.
memorial of things to be imparted to Leicester by, 395-7
-, Leicester sends to Council, 419-20
-, and to States, 412, 423.
arrival of, 407-8, 418
-, confers with some of Zeeland, 419.
Leicester instructs and confers with, 421
-, sent to Holland, 422
-, Leicester without news of, 427.
describes condition of country, 422
-, reply to deputies of Westergoo, 464.
proposal to States about peace, 438
-, delayed by separation of States, 444
-, to urge States to answer, 452-4.
Leicester wishes Killigrew to return to, 444.
unlikely to receive satisfaction about peace, 458-9
-, receives no answer from States, 469, 480.
reply of States to, about naval help, 461
-, returning to make report to queen, 465.
Hermew. See Arnemuiden.
Heron, Mr., servant of Walsingham, 131.
Hertford, Hartford, county of, levies from, for Netherlands, 104.
-, Baldue, Balduke, Bois le Duc, Baldock, Bolducke, Sartingam Boske, [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], success of Hohenlohe near, 87, 169, 170, 172, 189
-, Farnese prepared to meet attack on, 119.
talk of forcing, 135
-, Dutch would rather besiege than relieve Sluys, 202
-, Hohenlohe's camp at broken up, 172.
Hespiel et Englebert, Jehan, letter from Sluys, 159.
Hesse Cassel, landgrave of. See William IV.
-, Robert de, seigneur de Maleroy, Mallery, letter to, referred to, 46
-, an instrument of Maurice at Camphire, 401.
-, Huesden, Huisden, Husden [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], Hohenlohe tries to turn from queen, 2
-, enemy preparing to besiege, 19
-, forces to be mustered at, 102.
governor favours Hohenlohe, 176
-, Hohenlohe has at charge, 183
-, Hohenlohe at, 192, 264.
expected attack on, 226
-, commission from Spain for government of, 281.
-, governor of. See Yselstein, Col. Christoffel.
Heydon, Leicester's servant, letters taken by, 373.
Hiddema, Hiddama, Godschalk de, deputy to States General about peace proposals, 447, 450.
High Saxon. See Hohensachsen.
Hill, Capt., of footbands, 290.
Hinder. See Hender.
Hitchcocke, Capt. Robert, in charge of levies from Wilts, 104.
Hizenbach, Johan, minister at Walcheren, thanks queen, 3.
Hoenlo. See Hohenlohe.
Hoghendorp, Capt. Corneille, witness, 279.
Hoghstrate, Hoghstratten. See Hoogstraeten.
Hohenlohe, Langenburg, Hoenlo, Hohenlo, Holloc, Hollock, Hollok, Holocke, Hollocq, Philip count of, 85.
activity against Leicester, 2
-, oath to, prejudicial to Leicester, 7
-, hatred of Leicester, 37, 41, 51
-, Leicester's action may make irreconcileable, 91.
means to retire into Germany, 2
-, reported intelligence with Parma, 19-20, 35
-, Buckhurst on suspicions against, 41.
goes to Medemblik to seize Sonoy, 4
-, Mrs denies intrigues with, 26
-, tries to get control of Utrecht, 163.
Buckhurst composes quarrel with Norris, 10, 20
-, Donellus spoke ill of, 25
-, Schonoff does not love, 25.
Buckhurst ordered to arrest, 20
-, Buckhurst's reply about, 35
-, Wilkes' reply and explanation about, 35-6.
secret intrigues to make all secure before Leicester's return, 36
-, proceedings of, 64, 77.
report of Leicester's design to kill, 39
-, sends to tell Buckhurst about, 47
-, to be examined on charge, 49
-, Wilkes denies knowledge of, 89.
reference to quarrel with Norris, 39
-, copy of papers concerning Leicester's connection with quarrel, 279.
queen slandered at table of, 43-4
-, queen refers to relations with Leicester, 48.
people take great dislike to, 63-4
-, according to deserters, not to be trusted, 77.
possesses himself of all he may, 73
-, Do Jos knows particularities of, 99.
reported success near Bois le Duc, 87
-, at Geertruydenberg, forces villagers to bring in contributions, 93.
charge against Leicester matter of general talk, 89-90
-, Villiers report of charge confirmed, 91
-, Villiers report upon, 116.
expected by Council to advise about forces, 94
-, at deliberation upon forming camp and powers of Council, 102, 484.
his government of Geertruydenberg, 96
-, States appoint as lieutenant to Maurice, 100-1
-, at consultation about state of war, 106.
Wilkes urges to subordinate private resentment to good of cause, 108.
gets men withdrawn from Berghen, 112
-, reported strength of, 115
-, raids Brabant, 117
-, preparing raid, 121.
Leicester's return likely to stay practices, 114
-, Leicester to give comforting assurances to, 123
-, Leicester must either appease or remove, 132.
Buckhurst's answer concerning charge against Leicester, 126
-, Clerk's declaration upon, 126-7.
instruction for Killigrew to put before, 129-30.
Leicester must beware of Scottish troops following, 132.
in Gelderland, 135
-, appointed Paton to Geldern, 145, 150
-, grievances of, 188.
Buckhurst favoured partisans of, 152
-, list of commanders and towns at devotion of, 175-7, 181, 183.
refuses to serve under Leicester, 153
-, dangerous, need to reconcile, 165.
States dilate on cost of entertainment, 157
-, charge of his camp, 172.
success over enemy, near Bois le Duc, 158, 169, 170, 172, 175
-, defeated but for English, 170
-, English with not returned, 175.
Dutch troops wearied by wars of in Brabant, 171
-, camp broken up, 172.
captures Engelen sconce, 169, 170, 174
-, remains at Bommell Waard, 189
-, at Heusden, 192.
questions concerning influence, 177-8, 181
-, answers, 178-9, 183.
question of offering sovereignty to Denmark, 181
-, answer, 183.
Buckhurst questioned about conference with, 187
-, forces of, refused to Leicester, 190, 195.
Leicester withdraws Wingfield from, 188
-, avoids Leicester, 192
-, evil offices to nourish dislike with Leicester, 195, 204
-, banded with States to oppose Leicester, 201, 308
-, will not serve under Leicester, 248.
orders assembly of estates of Zeeland, 196
-, Council asks particulars of cause of slackness, 209.
kept back promised forces from Sluys, 201, 259, 275
-, keeps his forces from joining English, 204.
attempt on Camphire, 204, 237
-, open opposition to queen, 209
-, Camphire will not have, 216.
Edward Norris's account of cartel to, 205-6
-, John Norris's account of, 206
-, accounts sent to Leicester, 209
-, Leicester wants them examined on, 222
-, Leicester's declarations about, 233.
agreed Buckhurst not to make complaint against, 212.
Buckhurst believed reconciliation with sound, 212
-, Leicester says reconciliation unsound, 213-4
-, deals lewdly and will hazard all, 229
-, has done great harm to Provinces, 249.
offered to send forces for relief of Sluys, 220
-, not seriously meant, 231.
Leicester refers to practice and humour of, 221
-, people wish him back in Germany, 231.
to receive assurances about peace treaty, 228
-, efforts to conciliate, 235, 237-8, 250, 319.
the diverting of, hindered all, 233
-, practices to set pique between Leicester and, 234, 255
-, North works to feed dislikes, 236
-, North advises not to go to Leicester, 237
Williams regrets forsaking favour of, 236
-, spy about who reveals dealings to Norris, 249.
discredit of Leicester over peace, honey to, 247
-, does all he can to keep States from conformity and people from obedience, 255.
in league to reject Leicester's command, 248
-, will not leave Morgan's company, 264.
Leicester sends councillors to Hague about, 263
-, will have nothing to do with Leicester, 264, 270
-, Leicester erred in seeking so much, 273
-, Leicester refers to obduracy, 280.
hurries up and down without changing resolution, 269
-, difficulties due to obstinacy of, 286.
Leicester asks about companies of, in Brabant 275
-, dealings about his force, 275-6.
would not part with anything he had, 276
-, Leicester comments on strange doings, 306, 346.
Leicester complains of discourtesy to queen, 285
-, swears soldiers to himself and against Leicester 296, 298
-, ready to serve queen with any other, 298.
goes to Lillo to consult with Maurice, 305, 315, 322
-, at St. Martin's dyke, 327.
could have saved Sluys, 306
-, Leicester would like changed for La Noue, 316.
Leicester finds out all about Norris cartel to, 307
-, Leicester's grievance against Buckhurst concerning, 491.
no peace without privity and assent of, 308
-, governs without respect for Council, 331.
said to be practising with enemy, 322
-, garrisons Delft and Maestantsluys, 371.
collects troops to dislodge English from Delfshaven, 331
-, Leicester requires to know attitude of States to, 346.
will not be appeased or see Leicester, 355
-, practises against Leicester, 364, 367.
Dordrecht refuses to admit, 357
-, Sonoy completely estranged from, 367.
peace move has enthroned in favour, 361
-, open champion against peace, 362.
considered fit man to forward popular government, 367
-, secures neutrals and breeds suspicion against English, 371.
at Hague, 369
-, in council with States at, 372
-, at Hague with guard, 373.
practises division at Leyden, 371
-, confers with States at Delft, 372, 403, 417.
at Tergoe to await enemy, 432
-, off Biervliet with fleet, 453.
Dutch mean to advance to government, 459.
designs on Flushing, 466, 468, 471.
letters from, referred to, 4, 39, 248, 250.
letter to, 108.
-, High Saxon, Hohensaxen, Johan freiherr von, appointment prejudicial to Leicester, 7
-, receives Buckhurst at Utrecht, 29.
in Overyssel, Leicester confirms commission, 269.
Holland, Prov. of, news from, 369.
Hohenlohe goes to meet Buckhurst in, 2
-, suspect in 11
-, question of Spain granting toleration in, 28, 54
-, Philip will never allow, 466.
ready to give Leicester satisfaction, 4
-, enlistment of new companies in prejudicial to Leicester, 7.
proposed contribution from, 9
-, quota of, 10
-, assignment upon for defence of frontier towns, 60.
differences with Utrecht, 23
-, practice to get control of Utrecht, 88.
journey of Maurice and Hohenlohe to, to secure towns, 36
-, will have no governor but ships of, captured by Navarre privateers, 61
-, French complain of plundering by ships of, 81
-, ships with corn for Dunkirk, taken, 169-70.
bears burden of defence of all the provinces, 91
-, forces from, expected, under Norris, 116.
Parma better provided than, 99
-, enemy supplied with victuals from, 103, 107, 111
-, Berghen key to, 115.
war ships of bring food ships into Flushing, 117
-, Maurice claims government, 130
-, Utrecht to be defended as key to, 164.
notes on proportional payments of, 136
-, special tax on to raise siege of Sluys, 172.
Spaniards know all that happens in, 148
-, Parma must employ army in, 161.
design to act on defensive and leave rest to fate, 164
-, care little for Sluys or anything in Flanders, 171.
greatly enriched by the wars, 165
-, Friesland likely to follow lead, 178.
members of,in States General, 172.
doubtful affection in, 178
-, spoil committed by, about Utrecht, 195.
contributions of ordered by Hohenlohe, 178
-, total of contributions, 272.
letter disbursed through which moved Buckhurst to write, 198.
misrepresentation about peace in, 195
-, Leicester's proclamation to be published in, 222.
Leicester going to, to restore order, 231
-, towns of, on pretty good terms, 264.
deputies from to attend parliament at Brussels, 254
-, recognition of Maurice as governor of, 410.
wealthy men of Gelderland settled in, fear of return, 258-9.
provisions from for Sluys, 275
-, never so rich, might make further contributions, 293.
danger of weaker Provinces being abandoned by, 291
-, feared revolt thro' Leicester's action, 297.
value of, if came into Philip's power, 292.
Burnham going to, 213
-, Bingham going to, 321.
Parma surprised that copies of safe conduct seen in, 313
-, Parma laments necessity of foraging in, 336.
Utrecht only pays twentieth contribution of, 326.
deputation from to Leicester and reply to, 326
-, answer of, to Leicester's declaration, 350
-, and peace proposals, 413
-, determination against, 458.
Dordrecht disjoins itself from, 357, 377
-, Brill one of chief restraints to, 373.
Leicester leaves things in good terms in, 371
-, all soldiers in drawn from Leicester's command, 401.
ships of told off for defence of Zeeland, 403.
responsible for delay of commissioners, 413
-, most backward about answer, 469.
mislead men of Zeeland, 419
-, Leicester counts on inability to wage war alone, 423.
Herbert taking ship to, 422-3
-, storms prevent news from, 425.
many from likely to join with queen, 423
-, Leicester will stay until he hears what means to do, 425.
danger of Flushing being cut off from provisions from, 430, 435, 466.
Spaniards boast shortly to be in, 432
-, Spain will command narrow seas by recovering, 434
-, difficulty of invasion if true to queen, 451.
Leicester wishes Killigrew to return to, 443.
Sherley's payments in, 464.
Russel fears will be estranged, 471.
Admiralty of, Admiralty of Ostend would not injure, 495.
Advocate of. See Oldenbarnevelt, Jan van.
-, States of, require Sonoy to exhibit commissions, 3
-, shown to them, 4.
measures to turn out Sonoy, 4
-, Sonoy wants Buckhurst to write to, for him, 5.
infringements of Leicester's rights, 7
-, Mrs denies conspiring with, 26
-, claim of Barnevelt in, 44.
decide to put Scots into Arnheim, 22.
Buys induces to depose Donellus, 24
-, try to get control of Utrecht, 163
-, Leicester foments dispute between Utrecht and, 248.
Buckhurst taxed with justifying proceedings instead of demanding reparation, 66.
advise Conway of enemy's intention to besiege Ostend, 76
-, Maurice moved to warn Conway about scouts, 77.
queen must urge to stop supplies going to enemy, 99
-, Leicester sends to express queen's dissatisfaction with and demand answer, 246.
man of, writes to Parma, 115.
letters to, about Deventer and Villiers, 188
-, deputies of, at Dort, 265.
Killigrew sent to, 250
-, articles exhibited by, to Leicester, 257-8, 265, 268, 484
-, Leicester disquieted by, 267.
appear before Council, 268
-, deputation to, to give satisfaction to Leicester, 285.
reply about peace proposals, 272
-, resolve not to listen to peace or send deputies, 417.
Valke sent to about relief of Sluys, 274
-, declaration of concerning Barnevelt and proposal of Valcke and Menin, 299, 309.
conference with Leicester at Hague, 308-9
-, to be asked if authorised Hohenlohe's proceeding, 331.
Buckhurst to communicate queen's intentions to, 318.
Parma knows of Leicester's controversy with, 336
-, withdraw to Haarlem, 355
-, assembled there, 374, 377.
Leicester suggests means to bridle, 357
-, Sonoy proscribed by, 361
-, relations with grow worse, 362.
Leicester wishes to hasten resolution, 374
-, fear of being apprehended by him, 377
-, reception of Leicester's letter by, 417.
Council asks not to break up, 402
-, consultation with about defence of Zeeland, 402.
have appointed none to deal with Council, 418
-, Leicester sends Ortel to, 421.
Maurice dissuades from peace, 419
-, give voices against peace, 423.
appeal to Leicester to commend country to queen, 430.
queen's intercession with for men of Leyden asked, 437.
peace would give enemy noblemen control of, 482
-, companies to be placed by, 490.
Holland. See also Low Countries.
Holland, North, 428.
Junius sent to, 149
-, men ready to relieve Sluys sent to, 207.
Leicester going to, 305, 323, 351
-, Leicester in, 368, 370, 373, 377, 444.
Enkhuisen presses for Leicester to come to, 371
-, agreed to stand for queen, 390.
designs against Sonoy in, 459.
-, governor of. See Sonoy, Dietrich.
-, South, Hohenlohe controls strong places in, 183.
Holloc, Hollock, Hollok, Hollocq, Holocke. See Hohenlohe.
Holmes, , captain of footbands, 290.
Holstrate, Holstratt. See Hoogstraeten.
Holtepen. See Berlaymont, Claude de, seigneur de Hautepenne.
-, Hoghstrate, Hoghstratten, Holstrate, Holstratt, Howstraten [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], Leicester makes feint against enemy at, 230, 234-5, 237, 263
-, enemy abandons, 230.
-, count of. See Lalain, William de.
-, countess of. See Egmont, Marie, Christine de.
Hoorn, Horne [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], 373.
letters dated at, 357, 362-3.
Leicester receives answer from, 309
-, Leicester goes to, to confirm loyalty, 355
-, his reception at, 355-6, 371
-, Leicester at, 369.
Medemblik surpasses for keeping the sea, 367, 374.
Horseman, Robert, payment made by, 375.
-, Leicester urges provision of, for defence of England, 402
-, great numbers in Zeeland islands 418.
Hory, Jan d'. See Dorre.
Hostend. See Ostend.
Hotman, Dr. John, Hottoman, Hotoman, Ottoman, letters from, 24, 26, 73.
letter to, 131.
-, referred to, 417.
attestation by, concerning assassins, 27
-, urges Leicester's return, 74.
does what he can for Wilkes with Leicester, 75
-, Walsingham's reply to, 113.
Wilkes appeals to for justification touching Leicester, 187.
letters sent by, 417, 440
-, going over with Leicester, 437.
Hovenden, Capt., in charge of levies from Kent, 104.
Hovington. See Ovington.
Howard, Charles lord, Lord Admiral, 223.
letter from, 154.
letter to, 219.
sails with Leicester for Netherlands, 134
-, goes with him to Berghen, 145
-, accompanies him everywhere, 146
-, goes to Zeeland, 147
-, Leicester values company, 149-50.
letters sent by, 151
-, Leicester makes messenger to queen and Council, 210
-, takes intercepted letters of Jesuits, 219.
Buckhurst laments hard usage by, 166
-, present at examination of Buckhurst, Norris and Wilkes, 197
-, advises Buckhurst to stay and answer Leicester, 249.
Leicester suggests as his successor, 305.
cost of navy in narrow seas under, 467
-, question why not employed, 493.
Howstraten. See Hoogstraeten.
Huddilstone, Harleston, Hudilston, Hurleston, Richard, late treasurer for war, 290.
captain of footbands, 290
-, pay of, 487.
warrant in keeping of, 22
-, Hunt examining account, 71
-, notes of allowances to, 486.
dealings with Norris, 71
-, note of repartition of, 141
-, note of remains left unpaid by, 143
-, notes on money received from, 193.
strange apostiles of States on accounts of, 166
-, a brief note of the account of, 215
-, note of money owing by, 301
-, note of payments to, 464.
petitions on behalf of, with answer, 226
-, answer of to States, 486.
Doyly complains of ill-treatment by, 248
-, required to explain difficulties in accounts, 257.
queen requires States to repay sums paid by, 396
-, sums disbursed by, 486.
reference to accounts, 464-5
-, note of treasure delivered to, 470.
letter from, 27.
wife of, death, 27.
Huesden, Huisden. See Heusden.
Hull. See Kingston upon Hull.
Hulst [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], muster at, 395.
Hulst, Jacques van der, burgomaster of Sluys, letter sent to, at Flushing about anchorage at Sluys, 276.
Hunsdon, baron. See Carey, Henry.
Hunt, Hunte, Edmund, auditor of troops in the Low Countries, 160.
letter of, 70.
to admonish refractory captains, 57.
Buckhurst stops salary, 71
-, Leicester praises, 172.
account promised by, 72
-, Leicester sends over with accounts, 211.
authorised to warrant issue of money, 87
-, note of payments by advice of, 141.
Norris wishes to make up accounts, 101
-, accounts sent to Privy Council, 175.
unable to get book of sums disbursed by States, 198
-, book of, 289.
remembrances concerning Norris, Price and Wilson, 223
-, reply of, 226.
Waytes sided with, 310
-, aspersion of Digges on, 440.
notes on Norris's reckonings 344
-, pay of, 426, 470
-, should present accounts, 441.
Leicester charges to make haste, 384
-, ordered to prepare a return, 396.
now in England, 442
-, Killigrew claims to have helped, 443.
observations on book of charges of, 464.
Huntley, Capt., 291.
arrives at Flushing, 80
-, letters brought by, 88.
in charge of levies from Gloucester, 104
-, wounded at Sluys, 169
-, gallantry at breach, 191.
Hurleston. See Huddilstone.
Husden. See Heusden.
Huygens, Christopher, greffier to Council of State, documents signed by, 84, 150, 333, 486.
Hynde, , letters brought by, 417-8.