Dalarche, captain, 291.
Dale, Dr. Valentine, master of requests,
-, letters from, 10, 15, 32, 34, 35, 36.
-, -, referred to, 14, 17.
-, sent to Parma, 10, 73; sends
details of Parma's forces, 15, 17,
35, 36–7; returns, 26, 38;
account of audiences, 32–5;
journey expensive, 35; Croft
hopes his journey will enable to
decide about treaty, 46; Parma's
assurances to de Loo after
audience of, 47; Queen dissatisfied with Parma's answer
to, 51, 74.
-, unwell, 36.
-, sends verses from Virgil to Queen,
-, Killigrew cannot safely send to,
-, first visit of, to Parma, mentioned,
Dall, —, letters borne by, 152.
Damascus. Damasco, late pasha of.
Damhoudère, Damhoudre, N. de,
councillor extraordinary of
Flanders, confession of, 171;
referred to, 213.
-, Zoos de, father of N., 171.
Dampierre. See Cugnac, François de.
Danen, Lennis, captain, 149.
Danet, Dannett, —, 289, 408.
Daniell, Robert, victualler, of Bergenop-Zoom, 355, 408.
Dantsey, Richard, 410.
Danzay, Dansey, Charles de, French
ambassador to Denmark:
-, has high opinion of H. Rammel,
-, thinks king of Denmark one of
richest in Europe, 78.
Danzig, Danswicke, Dantzick, the
-, Spaniards buying ships at, 330.
-, sends corn, etc., to Spain, 350.
-, Harborne at, 404.
Darcy, Darcie, Darcye, Darsie, Darsye,
Francis, captain, 222, 410:
-, money paid to, 260, 262; due to,
411; due by, 353.
-, company of, at Flushing, 30, 137,
263, 273; men from, sent to
Dartmouth, Derthemouth [co. Devon],
Dauphiné, Dolphine, France:
-, union made to preserve peace in,
-, Romans, the only Leaguish town
in, surprised. 110.
-, la Valette defeats royal cavalry
-, Savoy invades, 395.
-, governor of. See Maugiron,
Davies, John, of Waller's company,
-, —, 408.
Davila. See Avalos, Martin de.
Davison, Davisson, Thomas, of Russel's
-, William, sometime ambassador
to United Provinces, principal
secretary, 362, 415.
Dayne, —, Walsingham's servant,
Dedonie, Adrian, 293.
Deepe. See Dieppe.
Deget, Lucas, of Bergen-op-Zoom, 129.
Degoly, —, 85.
Dekema, Sixtus, envoy from Friesland
to Queen, letter from, 59.
de la Chatre, Chastre, Claude, marshal
of France, governor of Berri :
-, Villeroy makes apologise, 98.
-, at Paris, 108.
-, anxious for news of Armada, 126,
-, lothe to go against Navarre, 145.
-, escapes from Blois, 392.
de la Faille, Fall, Delafall, la Fall, la
Falle, la Phallia, John, dispute
over mortuary house of, 281.
-, John, son of the above, letter
to, referred to, 350; Giles asks
Walsingham to assist, 281, 305.
-, Martin, Sir Martin, house of,
at Antwerp, 349.
-, two children of, coming from
London to Antwerp, 350.
-, Willoughby's debts to, 376.
de la Fay, baron, 335.
de la Fin, Jean, seigneur de Beauvoir
la Nocle, lackey of, 126.
de la Gras de Lion, —, 334.
de la Guiche, Guische, Philibert, grand
master of the ordnance, chevalier
du guet, expelled from Paris,
de la Marck, Charlotte, princess,
duchess, of Bouillon, Buillon:
-, letters from, 103, 128, 382.
-, -, referred to, 179.
-, Montpensier protects, but promises
to bring to Catholicism, 62.
-, seeks licence from Elizabeth and
States, 103; petition for, to get
-, desires a loan, 128; asks Walsingham's advice, 383.
-, Elizabeth should assist, 179.
-, William Robert, duke of
Bouillon, brother of Charlotte:
-, will of, referred to, 4.
-, Elizabeth asked to continue to
Charlotte the licence granted to,
103, 128, 414.
de la Motte. See Pardieu, Valentine.
de la Noue, la Noo, la Noue, François,
-, letters from, referred to, 47, 123,
-, letter to, referred to, 176.
-, princess of Orange can get letters
to, 47, 176.
-, Casimir sending with army to
-, capture of, referred to, 259.
-, at Sedan, 310.
-, wife of, mentioned, 123.
-, Odet, seigneur de Teligny,
Theligny, Tylygny, son of
-, princess of Orange would exchange
Toraise for, 47; or Armada
-, to be exchanged for Avalos, 155.
-, Walsingham gets Armada prisoners
to exchange for, 176.
-, book of, 310.
de la Tour d'Auvergne, Henri, vicomte
de Turenne, Turin, 126; not
yet with Navarre, 145.
de la Tremouille, Trimouille, Charlotte,
princess of Condé, report of
execution of, 107; untrue, 110.
-, Claude, brother of Charlotte,
de l'Aubespine, Claude, baron de
Châteauneuf, French ambassador in England :
-, letters from, 63, 88, 143, 314, 337,
-, -, referred to, 120, 145.
-, de Muy's men assault servants of,
17, 22; threatens to inform
king, 23, 24; his charges
thereon, with answers, 23–4; le
Sueur complains of the attack, 64;
Stafford sends evidence thereon
to Villeroy, 86; Lilly deals with
Pinart thereof, 128.
-, asks for release of Scottish ship,
-, writes in favour of le Doyen and
other merchants, 88, 314.
-, writes of panic in England at
Armada, 120; reluctantly
writes of Armada's defeat, 145;
writes that two Queen's ships
lost, 146; has not congratulated Queen on victory, 221.
-, asks passport for goods sent to
-, lady Sheffield and Lilly deal with
Pinart about speeches of, 146.
-, Queen allows to return awhile,
318; asks leave to go, 337;
Queen desires him to stay,
-, man of. See Placin.
-, secretary of. See Sueur, Stephen
-, steward of, 145.
-, -, wife of:
-, Stafford's wife asks, for news, 64.
-, and le Sueur exclaim about
assault on his men, 98.
-, Claude, seigneur de Verderonne,
the queen-mother's secretary of
de la Valette. See Nogaret, Bernard
de l'Espine, Philippe, captain, 374.
Delft, Delf, Delff, Delfte, Delph [S.
-, merchants of, spoiled, 148.
-, ships preparing at, 161.
-, rye sent to Bergen from, 297.
-, Vijgh's hostility towards, 388.
-, burgomaster of. See Brasser,
-, citizen of. See Wijks, Gilbert van.
-, draper of. See Bell, Bastian.
-, pensionary of. See Voocht,
Delliana, Alonso, 264.
de l'Oyseleur, Pierre, Villiers, Vellyers,
Viliers, Villyers, Vyllyars, the
-, letters from, 305, 329, 395.
-, Burnham will see, 11.
-, Russel's enemy, 49; will not
reconcile him and Maurice, 65;
could do so, 177; deals with
-, Maurice led by, 82.
-, lost brothers at St. Bartholomew,
Delph. See Delft.
Denham, William, 409.
Denie. See Denny.
Denis. See Dennis.
Denmark, the Danes:
-, United Provinces' deputies going
to, 2; have not gone, 186;
Hohenlohe said to be in, 309;
is going to, 388.
-, justice done to those of, spoiled
by Leveson, 21.
-, Rogers gets restitution of English
goods seized in, 76; none
allowed to serve at sea against
-, ambassadors coming to, from
-, D. Roger's account of, 77–80.
-, list of senators and councillors of,
-, Low Country refugees in, 136.
-, report Ranzau and Valkendorf
-, Spaniards buying ships in, 330.
-, Willoughby's mission to, mentioned, 375, 376.
-, Caron's visit to, mentioned, 390.
-, table of royal family of, 404.
-, admiral of. See Munk, Peter.
-, chancellor of king of. See Kaas,
-, chancellor of kingdom of. See
-, the four governors of:
-, appointed for one year and
given instructions by
-, promise Casimir to urge
German Protestant union,
-, See also Kaas, Nicholas;
Munk, Peter; Rosenkrantz,
-, king of. See Christian IV;
-, marshal of. See Gyldenstjerne,
-, marshal of the king's hall. See
-, prefect of stables. See Tunen,
-, queen-mother of. See Sophia.
-, secretary of. See Jul, Absalom.
-, States of, regulated regency, 77.
-, treasurer of. See Walkendorf,
Dennis, Denis, Dennyce, Dennys,
Denys, Maurice, captain,
sergeant-major of Flushing,
-, going to England, 364.
-, weekly imprests of, 129; money
paid to, 260, 262; due to, 411;
due by, 354.
-, company of, at Flushing, 30, 31,
137, 224, 263, 273; men from,
sent to England, 132.
Denny, Denie, Sir Edward, 230.
Depien. See Lallier, Jacques.
deputies. See under ambassadors.
Derby, earl of. See Stanley, Henry.
Derthemouth. See Dartmouth.
Dess—, Don Hernando de, 264.
Deutecom, Deuticon. See Doetinchem.
Deuxburghe. See Doesborgh.
Deventer [Overijsel, Netherlands]:
-, garrison of, in great want, 237.
-, garrison disarms burghers, 342.
-, enemy convoy taken near, 342.
-, burgomasters of. See Marule,
Henrick van; Winnsen, Beerent
-, governor of. See van den Berg,
Deventer. See Prounincq, Gerard
Devereux, Robert, 2nd earl of Essex,
Excees, 368, 410; money paid
to, 260, 411, 412; due to,
Devuyer. See Goyer, Dirk de.
Dewesbroughe, Dewsborog. See Doesborgh.
diamonds, 174, 367.
Diane de France, called duchesse
d'Angoulême, 124; would buy
geldings in England, 131.
Dieppe, Deepe [Seine Inf., France], 4,
-, corn sent to Lisbon from, 63.
-, gunfire heard at, during Armada
-, Stafford has news of Armada from,
-, ships arming at, 108.
-, governor of. See Chatte, Aymar
Digges, Diges, Edward, 235.
-, James, gent., clerk controller
of the checks and overseer of
musters in the army in the Low
muster-master-general, 137, 138,
-, letters from, 159, 235, 394.
-, drafts of letters from, 229–31;
loose papers of, 290.
-, papers signed by, 264.
-, Willoughby stays patent appointing, 109, 163; as Webbes claims
-, Leicester gave charge of musters
-, appointed; fears Webbes' rivalry,
-, sends notes on musters to Privy
Council, 160; the notes, 161.
-, going to England, 199.
-, instructions from, about musters,
-, abbreviate of musters delivered
-, requests of, about musters, 272;
Council's answers to, 279–80;
doubts about musters sent to
Council by, 293–5; requests of,
about accounts and musters,
295–6; resolution on requests
of, 298; proposals of, to be
executed, 311; papers by, on
musters, referred to, 394.
-, note of causes hindering making
up of year's accounts, 296–7.
-, requests of, for Willoughby to
-, Bodley's requests to States for,
316–7; Bodley to assist, 356,
-, finds the bands full, 337.
-, points disputed between States
-, horse captains' protest at fees of,
-, entertainment, 343, 344; imprests,
-, money due, 408, 411.
-, clerks of, 109.
-, Thomas, esquire, late mustermaster-general of the army in
the Low Countries, late commissary at Flushing, brother of
James, 159, 295, 364:
-, James acted for, when absent,
-, Heigham complains of, 114,
-, corruption of commissaries since
discharge of, 229.
-, will be little richer for his office,
-, muster books for time of, referred
-, note of services of, 255–6.
-, orders of, about musters, to be
-, States agreed with, to keep commissaries in all garrisons, 316;
but failed to do so, 394.
-, asserts that States agreed to rates
of pay set down by Leicester,
-, entertainment, 409.
-, dead pays due to, 235.
-, money due to, 276, 411.
Dixmude, Dismewt, Dixmu, Dixmue,
Dixmuth, Dixmuyde, Dyxmuk
[W. Flanders, Belgium]:
-, letter dated at, 15.
-, Dale sees Parma's forces mustered
at, 35, 36.
-, Parma's army still at, 152, 172.
-, Stanley's regiment at, 398.
doctors, physicians, surgeons:
-, sent to Dunkirk, 1.
-, Ostend needs, 41.
-, one would cure Walsingham, 87.
-, Killigrew's, 233.
-, pay of army, 414.
-, See also Miron, François.
Dodaendael, Dodendale, Durendale
Schenck takes, 267, 268.
Doddington, Luke, 408.
Doeres, Fleure, Floris, Geertruidenberg, sergeant-major, 67; letter
signed by, 320.
Doesborgh, Deuxburghe, Dewesbroughe, Dewsborog, Doesborch, Doesburch, Dousborough, Dowsborough, Duesborough [Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, supplies sent to, 43.
-, disorders of unpaid garrison of,
-, horsemen of, take enemy convoy,
-, intended enemy operations near,
-, English horsemen at. See Sidney,
Doetinchem, Deutecom, Deuticon,
Dotecum [Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, Verdugo fails to take, 20, 44.
-, supplies sent to, 43.
-, unpaid garrison of, disordered,
-, horsemen of, take enemy convoy,
Dohna, Dony, baron Fabian von, 146.
Dolfyn, —, 410.
Dolphiné. See Dauphiné.
Dombes, prince de. See BourbonVendôme, Henri de.
Domis, —, 91.
Don, Tanys, river [Russia], 335.
Donia, Kemp van, Campedoglia, Friesland member of Council of
Donkerk, Donnkerck, Donkyrke. See
Dony. See Dohna.
Doornich [Gelderland, Netherlands],
Doot, captain, 149.
Dophem, —, rolls of company of,
Dordrecht, Dordecht, Dordricke, Dort,
Dorte [S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, letters dated at, 27, 313, 319, 372,
373, 379, 393, 394, 395.
-, Willoughby at, 50, 374; his
lodging at, 88.
-, offered to bear payment to Geertruidenberg, if town lost afterwards, 57.
-, ships preparing at, 161.
-, post to, 186.
-, Bodley going to, 381.
-, desires grain from England, 394.
-, pensionary of. See Pauwelsz.,
-, burghers of. See Adrianson,
John; Roerom, Adrian Cornelis.
Doria, Don Juan Andrea, prince of
Melita, commander of Spanish
galleys, burns Biserta, 201.
Dormer, Michael, captain, 410; money
paid to, 260.
Dorp, Dorpe, Willom van, colonel,
seeking redress for Sonoy from
Medemblik, 70; deposition of,
about Menninck, 362.
Dorre, Dorium, Johan, Overijsel member of Council of State, differences about re-appointment of,
Dort, Dorte. See Dordrecht.
Dotecum. See Doetinchem.
Douai. Dowaie [Nord, France],
'university' of, 71.
Doublet, Nicholas, secretary, at
examinations of Menninck, 332,
Doughty, Dughtye, Michael, Derby's
servant, ill, 3.
Dousborough. See Doesborgh.
Dover [co. Kent], 196, 337:
-, Armada fought with between
Calais and, 91.
-, Menninck lost his money at, 319.
-, straits of, 157.
Dowaie. See Douai.
Downs, the, 113, 143, 146.
Dowsborough. See Doesborgh.
Doyen, Thomas le, French merchant,
dragomen, droguemen, 165.
Dragonne. See Mondragon.
Drake, Sir Francis, the vice-admiral:
-, and Howard to continue at sea, 18.
-, reported flight of, 126.
-, Ortel presses States for powder for,
-, Cavendish brings back more gold
-, Lecester to deliver victuals for
Portugal voyage to, 232.
-, troops to go with Norris and, 307,
-, will be ready by Jan. 1st, 312, 337.
-, Spanish preparations against, 395.
draper. See Bell, Bastian.
Dresden [Saxony, Germany], 186.
droguemen. See dragoman.
Drunen, John van, late burgomaster
of Utrecht, act restoring, 254.
Drury, Druery, Drurie, Sir William,
governor of Bergen-op-Zoom:
-, letters from, 164, 206, 271, 393.
-, -, referred to, 48.
-, letters to, 105.
-, States lothe to replace by Morgan
at Bergen, 11.
-, Morgan's complaints. 20–1; and
diatribe against, 93.
-, Charles uses Walsingham's name
on behalf of, 48.
-, offers to send Burghley news:
could hold Bergen as well as
Morgan, 164; complains of his
disgrace and of false reports,
-, valour of, at siege, 209.
-, Willoughby favours, 212: and
leaves in command of forts,
246. 260, 272.
-, captains of Bergen write for, 228.
-, Willoughby suggests should
succeed Conway, 304.
-, took beds from Bergen, 347.
-, attacks Morgan, 390.
-, wife of, 164.
-, See also Bergen-op-Zoom: Morgan,
Dubois, du Boys, captain, 374.
Duch. See Dutch.
Duchland. See Germany.
Duckett, —, 408.
Dudley, Ambrose, earl of Warwick,
-, Robert, earl of Leicester,
Lestre, lord steward, late
lieutenant-general of the forces
in the Low Countries, privy
councillor, his excellency, 76,
105, 255, 315, 409, 410, 411,
-, letters from, 25, 182.
-, -, referred to, 9, 30, 31, 317,
-, letters to, 6, 106, 111, 182.
-, -, referred to, 41, 46, 70, 84,
109, 179, 185, 215, 267, 335,
-, warrants of, 412.
-, -, referred to, 276.
-, Danish merchants' case before,
-, fears attack on Ostend if Armada
does not sail, 25–6.
-, gets allowance for Gilpin, 42.
-, would exchange Toraise for
-, Ste. Aldegonde would reconcile
Maurice and, 49; Maurice
meant to seek agreement with,
-, Bacq raised troop by commission
-, appointments made by, at Utrecht,
challenged, 70; writes to urge
re-appointment of Deventer,
182; magistrates set up by,
displaced, 253; certain exiled
by, restored, 254, 289; declaration of, annulled, 257; party of,
overthrown, 258; Queen
protests at ill usage of friends
of, 268; excessive favour of,
to Deventer, 304.
-, recommended Varrhael to Rogers,
-, had no leisure to settle judgment
in Netherlands, 83.
-, Morgan sends his letter to Queen
-, Willoughby offers to bring troops
-, appointed J. Digges to oversee
musters while T. Digges absent,
110; gave Webbes patent as
clerk of check, 119.
-, Sonoy lost all in obeying, 208,
-, gave J. le Michel annuity, 208.
-, swore to observe Ostend privileges,
-, called Saravia to England, 213.
-, death of, referred to, 230, 347;
Utrecht States condole with
Queen, 207; as do Ostergonians, 288; Killigrew would
attend funeral, 233.
-, Geertruidenberg garrison took an
oath to, 241, 248, 414.
-, T. Digges got orders for musters
set down by, 256; States'
agreement with, on rates, etc.,
referred to, 297; they now
disallow them, 294, 296, 356;
allowance made to Sherley by,
-, States were sending embassy to
-, Aysma ill treated for loyalty to,
-, licences of absence, granted by,
to be allowed, 280.
-, promised to aid Engelstedt, 290.
-, States made allowance for intelligences to, 324.
-, hostility of Hohenlohe to, 333.
-, had evil opinion of Borlas,
-, converted English horse into
-, money paid to, 260, 262, 276.
-, company of, discharged, 263.
-, troop of, discharged, 264; was
very weak, 376.
Duesborough. See Doesborgh.
du Faur, A., sieur de Pujols, Navarre's
du Fay. See Hurault de l'Hôpital,
Dughtye. See Doughty.
duke, the. See Farnese, Alexander.
Duncome, —, 409.
Dunkirk, Donkerk, Donnkerck, Donkyrke, Dunckerq, Dunkerck,
Dunkercke, Dunkerk, Dunkerke, Dunkert, Dunkyrke,
Duynkerke [county of Flanders,
now Nord, France]:
-, letter dated at, 305.
-, Parma's army near: surgeons
sent thither, 1; forces at, seen
by Hodgson, 3; ready to embark, 48; well provisioned, 58;
Parma expected at, 85.
-, Parma's ships ready to sail at,
8; brigantines to be built at,
17; flat bottoms sent to, 35;
only 18 mean ships at, 37;
Antwerp and Bruges ships to
go to, 40.
-, States' ships watching, 8; driven
off by gale, 82.
-, Justinus blockading, 91, 104, 111;
States urged to send more ships
to, 118; 8 more sent, 140;
ships always off, 143; States'
blockade of, said to have caused
Armada's failure, 111.
-, Armada ship taken between Calais
-, English peace commissioners embarked at, 108.
-, Parma will make sortie from, 118.
-, boats should have been sent to
damaged galleons from, 122.
-, Queen desires States to blockade,
-, Seymour returns to help blockade,
-, Chevalier d'Aumâle at, 146.
-, States' fleet gone to, 158.
-, ships go from, to find Armada,
-, Parma's army leaves, 172, 177.
-, state of shipping at, 228.
-, money at, to bribe James VI,
231; 250,000 crowns brought
from Spain to, 232.
-, Meetkerke could be useful against,
-, take English ship, 298.
-, Spaniards to embark for Ireland
at, 320; Stanley going to, 351;
other forces sent to, 364, 365.
-, no ships arming at, 330; reports
of shipping at, 365, 368, 399.
-, warship of, taken in Elbe, 350.
-, Conway urges attack on, 377.
-, Parma at, 382.
-, Hamburg trade with, 390.
-, forces at, 403.
-, capture of, by Parma, referred to,
-, church at, 228.
-, governor of. See Aguilar,
du Pin. See Lallier, Jacques.
du Plessis. See Mornay, Philippe de.
du Puy du Val de la Jugie, François,
baron de Rieux, 152.
Duquecborne, Daniel, burgher of
Durbancke, John, sergeant in lord
Burgh's company, 194.
Durendale. See Dodaendael.
'Dutch,' Duch, Dutche, 16, 75, 88,
185, 267, 374, 376, 381, 403.
Dutchland. See Germany.
Dutchmen. See Germans.
Duvenvoordt, Duvenvoord, Duyvenvoert, Jean de, sieur de Warmoudt, lieutenant-admiral of
Holland, ambassador of the
United Provinces to Denmark
and Germany, goes with Hohenlohe to Dresden, 186; returns,
Duynkerke. See Dunkirk.
Dyer, Dyar, Sir Edward, letter to, 192;
letter borne by, 157; going to
Dyne, Yoghan van, widow of, 355.
Dyngmansz., captain, 149.
Dyxmuk. See Dixmude.