Haarlem, Harelem, Harlen [N. Holland, Netherlands], 183:
-, rye sent to Bergen from, 297.
-, capture of, by Alva, referred to,
-, burgomaster of. See Thomasson,
Haclytt. See Hakluyt.
Hadersleben, Hadersleby [S. Jutland,
Denmark], 404; prefect of.
See Blome, John.
Hagisholm [Denmark], 80.
Hague, Haegh, Haeghe, Hage, Hagh,
Haghe [S. Holland, Netherlands], 373:
-, letters and papers dated at, 2, 8,
9, 11, 15, 16, 20, 25, 45, 59,
60, 66, 69, 89, 91, 92, 93, 104,
105, 111, 117, 118, 119, 130,
140, 143, 148, 156, 158, 183,
184, 185, 187, 193, 197, 198,
222, 234, 244, 251, 267, 268,
274, 303, 310, 313, 322, 329,
340, 343, 349, 361, 369, 371,
372, 383, 388, 400.
-, Justinus leaves, 27.
-, Killigrew at, 51.
-, Schenck at, 59, 87.
-, Maurice at, 155.
-, Willoughby went to, 204, 207.
-, Norris to meet States at, 288.
-, verses and portrait of Mary
Stuart sold at, 309.
-, Bodley going to, 334, 381.
-, Willoughby sends Wilsford to,
-, Willoughby's house at, 390.
-, barren of foreign news, 400.
Hainault, Henigo, Hennalt, Henow,
Heynoth, county of, Spanish
Low Countries, 35, 97:
-, plan to recover, 216.
-, Stewart makes no claim against,
-, garrisons put in towns of, 310,
323; Parma favours Walloons
as means to keep goodwill of,
-, time apt for practice in, 366.
Hakluyt, Haclytt, Richard, secretary
and chaplain of English embassy
at Paris, brings Stafford news
of Armada, 85.
Hal, Halle, Halli, N. D. de [Brabant,
Belgium], 35, 37.
Half Moon inn, Southwark [co. Surrey],
Hall, Richard, captain, letter signed by,
-, William, cannoneer, at Ostend,
money due to, 195.
-, —, bill signed by, referred to,
Hals, Nicholas, merchant, of Holland,
Halteren, Halter, house, castle, of
[N. Brabant, Belgium], 265.
Ham, Jan, captain, 149.
Hamburg, Hamborch, Hamborge,
Hambrough, Hamburgh, Hamburghe [Germany], 59, 319,
-, letter dated at, 390.
-, Hohenlohe going to, 20, 44, 68,
186; ship that took him to,
-, Beale and Saltonstall to go to,
their instructions, 38–40; their
-, sends beer to Denmark, 78.
-, plenty of gunpowder at, 82; can
now be got for Queen from, 177.
-, ships of, stayed at Lisbon, 157.
-, Parma's threats prevented
residence of English merchants
at, 226, 227.
-, Emperor supports against Stade,
-, Dunkirk ships captained by men
-, will not arrest Antwerp goods for
Holstein's benefit, 310.
-, trades to Spain around Scotland,
310; Queen means to intercept, 318; a fleet redy to sail
for Spain from, 350; guns and
powder sent to Spain from, 360;
Queen should protest, 390.
-, Spaniards buying ships at, 330.
-, exchange rates at, 370, 384–6.
-, Harborne at, 404.
-, senate and magistrates of:
-, letter from, 1.
-, -, referred to, 38, 40,
-, letter to, 40.
-, decree of, referred to, 227.
-, citizens of. See Jasperson, Peter;
Meyer, Jan de; Stock,
-, river of. See Elbe.
-, secretary of. See Bergen, Sebastian à.
-, senator of. See Schulz, Dr. John.
Hamilton, lord Claude, Clowde, 401.
Hampton. See Southampton.
Hanse Towns. the, Steades, Steeds:
-, Beale and Saltonstall may negotiate with, through Hamburg,
-, certain of, planned to unite forces
to regain privileges in England,
-, Queen will not allow to send
contraband to Spain, 227.
-, send large supplies to Spain,
-, See also Danzig; Elbing; Hamburg; Staden.
Harborne, William, English ambassador to Turkey, 281:
-, letters from, 101, 102.
-, urges Turks to attack Spain, 101;
his petition, 102.
-, coming home, 102; has gone, 138;
account of his journey, 404.
-, Barton will follow policy of, 139.
-, enmity between late admiral and,
-, See also under Herbert, William.
Hardenberg, Eric, of Matterup, 80.
Hardi, the boy, the Frenchman, in
Hardle, —, 269.
Hare, Samuel, 407.
Harelem, Harlen. See Haarlem.
Harlingen [Friesland, Netherlands],
Mennick at, 331, 362.
Harmanes, Margaret, 409.
Harries, John, of Flushing, 80.
Harritzkier [Denmark], 80.
Harry, the lord. See Seymour, lord
Hart, Harte, Richard, captain, 222,
-, money paid to, 261, 262; due to,
-, company of, at Flushing, 30, 137,
263, 273; men from, sent to
England, 132. See also Peckham, Simon.
Hartine. See Hertaing.
Haselberg [Denmark], 80.
Hassan Pasha, Bassa, Turkish admiral:
-, eager to attack Spain, but lacks
-, takes over Admiralty: promises
Barton audience, 165; Barton
will speak with, 166.
-, Don Antonio should bribe, 174.
-, finds Admiralty a charge rather
than profit, 199.
-, ill will of other Pashas to, 200.
-, goodwill of, to England, 200.
-, puts to sea; reasons, 201.
Hastings, Henry, earl of Huntingdon,
Hatton, Sir Christopher, lord chancellor:
-, letter from, referred to, 197.
-, letters to, 1, 197, 325, 340, 376.
-, letter signed by, 380.
-, speech of, at Star Chamber,
-, Tresham seeks pardon through,
-, and others give Queen's answer to
S. à Bergen, 226.
-, servant of. See Prether.
Hatvan, Hattuan [Hungary], letter
dated at, 336.
-, bey of. See Osman.
Haute. See Hout.
Hâvre de Grace, Newhaven, Neuhaven
[Seine Inf., France], 108:
-, Parma sends messenger to, 232.
-, two Armada galleasses reported
to be at, 254.
-, galleon at. See Santa Ana.
Hawkins, Sir John, 298.
-, Bergen price of, 370.
-, dearth of in Netherlands, 414.
Hay, Haye, William, captain, 291.
Haywarde, Rowland, 407.
Heather, —, of Amsterdam, 408.
Hechema, Joost van, letters signed by,
Heddes, Henry, Danish subject, 7.
Hedwig, prince of Denmark, 404.
Heel, captain, 148.
Heerenberg, s', Heerenberge [Gelderland, Netherlands], 362.
Heidelberg, Heydelberg [Rhenish
-, letter dated at, 347.
-, news from, 58.
-, States envoys go to, 186.
Heigham, Higham, Arthur, commissary of musters resident at
-, letter from, 114.
-, letter to, 230.
-, complains of T. Digges, 114.
-, Walsingham's answer to letter of,
-, J. Digges defends his conduct to,
-, money due to, 411.
-, wife of, 230.
Heinrich of Lauenburch, archbishop of
Bremen, bishop of Osnabruck
and Paderborn, 310.
Heinrich Julius, duke of Brunswick,
Helford, Helfort [co. Devon], 87.
Helmbridge, —, English engineer, 265.
Helme, Elmes, William, captain, 410;
money paid to, 261; company
of, discharged, 263.
Helmich, Werner, minister of Utrecht,
Helsingör, Elsenoer, Elsinoer [Zeeland,
Denmark], 75, 76; toll taken
dated at, 186.
Hemmings. See Honinges.
Hendar, Hender, Hendrickes, Hinder,
Hynder, Degory, captain, 222,
-, Flushing asks that debts of, be
-, money paid to, 260, 262; due to,
411; due by, 195, 353, 354, 355.
-, company of, at Flushing, 30, 137,
263, 273; men from, sent to England, 132; to go with Norris,
391. See also Gerrard, Daniel.
Heneage, Sir Thomas, privy councillor,
letters signed by, 7, 142; Finch
bought armour in Netherlands
Henigo, Hennalt, Henow. See Hainault.
Hennison, Hennyson, —, Danish
Henry IV, king of England, 386.
Henry VII, king of England, 385, 386.
Henry VIII, king of England, 34, 37;
charter of, referred to, 226.
Henry III, king of France, 124, 181,
-, paper signed by, 109.
-, letters to, 318, 406.
-, -, referred to, 121.
-, sends money to Saxon councillors,
-, attitude of, to Villeroy's resignation, 120; Villeroy thought
indispensable to, 125.
-, Vendôme alone understands affairs
-, buying geldings in England, 131.
-, gone to Blois, 152.
-, changes his ministers, 178;
Burghley's notes on them, 208,
-, relations of, with League, etc.:
-, agreement imminent, 1;
articles of the agreement,
2, 16; two points not
settled, 4; League amazed
by compliance of, 5; accord
published, 53, 69.
-, sends Campagnol to Boulogne, 4.
-, captains of, displaced at Paris,
-, Epernon desires favour of,
14; sends Miron to Epernon, 62; secret goodwill
to Epernon, 99.
-, servants of, feeble and
-, to meet Guise, 54; to meet
Guise and Parisians at
Chartres, 61; agreement
-, pardons Soissons, 61; pardon sent to Paris Parlement, 153.
-, will be urged to change
governor of Boulogne, 63;
promises town to League,
-, has some great design, 99;
means to ruin Guise by
107; patent appointing
Guise, 109; is merry, and
Guise sad, 125.
-, expulsion from Paris known
in Turkey, 102.
-, refused Chevalier d'Auâmle
grand priory of Champagne,
-, is urged to go to Paris, 125;
will not go, 126.
-, persuades Nevers to command against Navarre,
-, Nuncio seems altogether his,
-, servants of, expelled from
-, likely to overthrow League,
-, declaration on Guise's death,
mentioned, 394; attacked
in poem on Guise's death,
-, Cambrai held for, 398.
-, raising Germans, 399.
-, and Estates in hard terms
over finances, 401.
-, relations of, with England:
-, will declare war on, 1; will
not hear of breaking alliance
-, eager for news of Armada,
-, Châteauneuf wants Placin's
assailants sent to, 17; and
threatens to write to, of the
assault, 23, 24; Stafford,
in that case, to send the
evidence to, 86; knows
Châteauneuf's men to be
-, Queen should be warned by
fate of, 84.
-, Stafford will have early warning if accord of, with
League threatens England,
-, Elizabeth upbraids Gourdain
for firing on English, 98.
-, satisfies Stafford about
-, wishes Lilly to remain at
-, answer of, to Mendoça's demand that aid not Elizabeth, 121.
-, good entertainment of lady
Sheffield, 145, 147.
-, Buzanval suggests informing
of Armada's defeat, 221.
-, rumour would break off relations with Protestant rulers,
-, means to seize Jersey, etc.,
-, Châteauneuf sending courier
-, Villiers' advice on English
attitude to, 395.
-, relations of, with Spain and Savoy:
-, desired Armada's defeat, 90.
-, tells Mendoça Queen needs
not his aid, 121; gave very
brief audience, 125;
feigned sickness to avoid
Mendoça, 126; Mendoça's
demand and the answer
-, reluctantly grants galleass
to Mendoça, 144, 147, 158.
-, commissions Poigny to require restitution of Saluzzo
by Savoy, 266, 393; will
declare war on Savoy, 382;
though may dissemble
-, Parma fears attacks by, 391.
-, Italians hope for aid of,
against Spain, 393.
-, Armada's defeat encouraged,
-, Berne sends Boustreten to,
-, court of, 193:
-, Nevers coming to, 5.
-, at Chartres, 64.
-, Madame Châteauneuf at, 98.
-, king regrets Lilly's absence
-, Mendoça at, 121, 123; his
friends at, 144.
-, lady Sheffield going to, to
take leave, 123; well
received at, 145.
-, Villeroy leaves, 154; sudden
great change at, 178.
-, Lavardin gone to, 363.
-, mistrusts English, 395.
-, Epernon's request to be
allowed at, 406.
-, first maître d'hôtel of. See Combault, Robert de.
-, mother of. See Catherine de
-, physician of. See Miron, François.
Henry I, duke of Longueville, 5.
-, father-in-law of. See Gonzaga, Louis.
Henry, king of Navarre:
-, letters from, 6, 166, 367.
-, captures Spanish courier, 13.
-, reported successes of, around
-, Placin accused, of murdering
-, some urge, to become Catholic, 53.
-, Metz may declare for, 59.
-, sends Papillon to Boulogne, 63.
-, armies may harm at first, but not
for long, 99.
-, strength of, S. of Loire, 110;
plans enterprise on Loire, 120;
may besiege Saumur, 125, 145;
opportunity offers for, 126;
said to have taken Chinon,
-, Spanish galley wrecked on lands
-, Nuncio speaks charitably of. 145.
-, hastes to aid Epernon, 147; treats
with him for Boulogne, 310.
-, has taken St. Jean d'Angeley, 311;
should be aided, 330; will
fight Nevers at Fontenay, 363.
-, Princess of Bouillon asks aid of,
-, relations with England:
-, sends Clermont d'Amboise to
-, Buzanval urges Queen to aid,
-, Stafford sends Villeroy
evidence about assault on
Placin by servants of, 86.
-, agent of, at Paris Stafford's
-, sends Pujols to congratulate
-, relations of, with United Provinces:
-, du Fay gets loan for; terms,
-, Ste. Aldegonde would have
gone to serve, 82, 177; not
-, States' envoys German negotiations for, 186.
-, chamberlain of. See du Faur, A.
-, secretary of. See Hurault de
Héraugières, Irrogier, Charles de,
Herbert, Henry, earl of Pembroke,
-, Dr. John, master of requests,
-, William [? for Harborne], 224.
-, —, 355.
heretics. See Protestants.
Hermale, Floris, councillor of court of
Utrecht, act restoring, 254.
Hermensz., Clarice, 408.
Heron, Hern, —, 410.
Herrera, Don Jeromino de, 116.
Hertaing, Hartine, Charles de, captain,
Hertogenbosch, s', Bois-le-Duc, Bolduck
[N. Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, States allow trade to, 234, 254.
-, expels garrison, 310.
-, enemy forces near, 322.
Herwaarden, Schenck's new fort
Maurice goes against, 342;
takes, 360, 370, 388.
Heslinghas, Gale van, letters signed by,
Heusden, Huesden, Huisden, Husden
[N. Brabant, Netherlands], 346:
-, garrison disordered, 44, 50.
-, Parma means to recover, 188;
enemy forces approach, 191.
-, Famars put into by Maurice, 215,
-, States' garrison at, 254.
-, enemy may blockade, 322.
-, Famars prevents mutiny at, 371.
-, governor of. See Lieven, Charles
de; Yselstein, Christopher.
Heydelberg. See Heidelberg.
Heye, warship of Flushing, 148.
Heynen, Jacop, captain, 149.
Heyndrich 'van den Briel,' captain,
Heyndrichsz., Ouwert, captain, 149.
Heynoth. See Hainault.
Hichines, John, captain, letter signed
Hichkocke, Hickockes. See Hitchcock.
Hiddas, Goslich, deputy of Friesland,
letters signed by, 59.
Higham. See Heigham.
Hill, John, captain, 222, 410:
-, was ready to resign company, 9;
-, money paid to, 261, 262; due to,
411; due by, 355.
Hilles, Robert, servant of Richard
Scofield, letter from, 7.
Hinder. See Hendar.
Hitchcock, Hichkocke, Hickockes,
Hitchock, Robert, captain,
returns to England, 182, 183;
letters borne by, referred to,
215, 233, 251, 267.
Hithenam. See Heerewaarden
Hoddey, Hody. See Huddy.
Hodgson, Hogesone, Richard, master
of Derby's ship, saw Parma's
forces at Dunkirk, 3.
Hoenvard, Homrad, Dr. Lubertus,
ambassador of United Provinces
to Germany, negotiations of,
with Casimir, etc., 186.
Hogskens, Rafe, English traitor, 350.
Hohenlohe-Langenberg, Hoenlon, Hohenlo, Hollock, Philip, count of,
lieutenant-governor of Holland
and Zeeland, late governor
of Geertruidenberg, ambassador
of the United Provinces to
Denmark and Germany:
-, letter from, 186.
-, -, referred to, 303.
-, gone to Hamburg, 20, 21, 44; is
to move Germans to aid Navarre,
53; no news of, 68; ship that
took him returns, 91; Walsingham has little hope of his success,
176; is returning, 185.
-, enemy expects notable service
-, Geertruidenberg likes Schenck less
than, 55; are not to serve under,
56; they will have nothing to
do with, 66; and inveigh
-, Wingfield follows evil example of,
140, 250, 397, 414.
-, and Willoughby may quarrel over
Geertruidenberg, 184, 185.
-, negotiations of, in Germany, 186;
no certain news of, 267; said
to be in Denmark, 309; going
to Denmark, 388.
-, only Bommel left at devotion of,
-, practice against Flushing, referred
-, mother of, 186.
Holland, county of, one of the United
Provinces, 154, 167, 168, 171,
196, 235, 360, 387:
-, dissensions between towns of, 8.
-, Burnham going to, 11; prevented
by illness, 32, 82.
-, Emden hampers blockade of
Groningerland by, 19.
-, peasant revolt in, 43.
-, provides slenderly for frontiers, 43.
-, hostility of, to Sonoy, 45.
-, Knibbe going to, 59.
-, Parma will attack islands of, 60.
-, bends wholly towards Maurice, 65;
would advance him, 184; makes
him governor of forces; his
campaign on frontiers of, 185.
-, plenty of corn for, despite rains,
-, all proceeds with 'longness' in, 88.
-, Armada prisoners in, 112, 114.
-, Colston's reprisals against, 130.
-, Cox buys victuals in, 131, 169.
-, vulnerable if Utrecht lost, 135,
237; loss of Bergen would
separate Zeeland from, 270;
Geertruidenberg might hinder
communications of Zeeland with,
-, bears the sway because richest,
-, most towns of, vote special levy,
-, those of, spoil the San Felipe, 172.
-, powder obtained for Queen in, 183.
-, envoys to Germany returning to,
-, Willoughby going to, 191.
-, not concerned in Stewart's claims,
-, rich revenues from licences to
trade with enemy, 212; complains of Zeeland trade with
enemy, 254; enemy victualled
-, till States General meet, whole
burden rests on, 216; heavy
expenses of, 322.
-, increases supplies for Bergen, 253.
-, unlikely to make loan to Truchsess,
-, Caron means to return to, 259.
-, Schenck, etc., plan to close Rhine
and Maas to, 268; levy toll on
trade of, 302.
-, other provinces fear ascendancy
-, Norris going to, 299.
-, forward to defend Veluwe and
-, pay of Lochem referred to, 309.
-, Parma goes disguised into, 326.
-, Menninck's advice to Parma about,
-, Bodley goes to, 334.
-, Deventer charged with writing
-, Giles going to, 350.
-, Willoughby borrowed money in,
-, Admiralty suits of certain of, 378.
-, exchange rate in, 386.
-, invasion of feared, 388.
-, provincial court of:
-, seeks redress for Sonoy, 70.
-, Saravia protests to, 213.
-, Menninck examined in, 332, 346.
-, advocate of, 332.
-, attorney-general of, 332, 346.
-, fiscal of, 332.
-, shipping of:
-, flyboats of, off Nieuport, 11.
-, more ships going to Queen from,
-, naval expenses of, prevent aid to
-, ships and captains of, with
-, warship of, captures Dunkirker in
-, States of:
-, referred to, 313.
-, letters to, 133, 186.
-, -, referred to, 213, 303.
-, churches' remonstrance to, 3.
-, will not satisfy Sonoy, 9, 45; he
will yield government to, 60;
will deal slackly with him, 250.
-, Ste. Aldegonde odious to, 49.
-, deputies of, arrange settlement
with Geertruidenberg, 56–7;
Gilpin's account of it, 66–7;
agreement made, 89.
-, Bouillon asks Queen for passport
to, 103, 128.
-, Van der Mijle urges States General
and, to make large levy against
Armada, 104; agree to new
-, Ortel presses for powder and ships,
-, to congratulate Queen, 183.
-, Holenlohe reports to, on German
-, Norris to ask for men, 221; and
to urge agreement with other
provinces, 247; resolution of,
on his requests, 284; eager to
aid him, 288; may make
special grant, 312; proposals
of, to him, 327–9.
-, have often repudiated States
General's debts, 244; Stewart
cannot claim whole debt of,
-, deputies of, at Utrecht, 257.
-, must be consulted about Geertruidenberg, 340.
-, deputies of, with Maurice at
-, debts of, to Schregel, 347, 348.
-, consent needed for any supply,
-, money paid to Schenck by, 402.
-, lieutenant-admiral of. See
Duvenvoordt, Jean de.
-, advocate and pensionary of.
-, See Oldenbarnevelt, Jan van.
-, councillor of. See Voocht,
-, governor of. See Nassau,
-, lieutenant-governor of. See
-, president of See van der
-, ships from, going to Dunkirk, 104.
-, Justinus expects ships from, 161.
-, Sonoy's lands and influence in,
-, ships from, to go with Norris, 288.
-, deputies of, seem to keep college
apart, 342; meet at Hoorn, 361.
-, South, 135; deputies of,
Hollock. See Hohenlohe Langenburg,
Philip, count of.
Hollorone. See Oléron.
Holney, —, of Russel's company, 194.
Holstein, Holsatia, Holste, duchy of:
-, Danish king has 11 councillors
for Schleswig and, 77; list of
-, Estates of, press for payment of
Antwerp debts, 310.
-, chancellor of. See Gutzlaudius,
-, Danish king's lieutenant in. See
-, duke of. See John; John Adolf.
Holstrate. See Hoogstraeten.
Homrad. See Hoenvard, Lubertus.
Hond, the late David de, captain, 269.
Honings, Hemmings, Honninges,
Charles, captain, letter signed
by, 320; to have 'ancient' of
footmen at Geertruidenberg,
67; money due to, 409.
-, witness of assault on Placin, 18.
-, Placin insulted, 22.
-, evidence of, 23.
-, de Muy's men did not confer with,
Hoodey, Hoody. See Huddy.
Hoogstraeten, Holstrate [Antwerp,
Hooper, Robert, 409.
-, —, 298.
Hoorn, Horne [N. Holland, Netherlands], hulks ready at, 140; N.
Holland deputies keep their
college at, 361.
Hore, William, armourer, of Middelburg, 354, 412.
Horosan. See Khurasan.
Horse, William, 293.
-, bandes for disembarking, 1.
-, Dale gets, to go to duke, 10, 35.
-, Parma's flat bottoms ready to
carry over, 35, 36.
-, Danish toll on, 78.
-, Emperor sends, to Christian IV,
-, Henry III and Mme. d'Angoulême
buy English, 131.
-, captains complain of expense of
replacing lost, 163.
-, a marquis' shot at Bergen. 204.
-, lost at Bergen, 293; allowance
for, 308, 413.
-, captured near Doesborgh, 342.
-, Willoughby's expenses on, 375,
Horsey, Horsaye, Jerome, Hierome,
fled to Russia, 352.
Hout, Haute, Jan van, clerk of Leyden,
Howard, Charles, lord, of Effingham,
lord admiral of England, lord
high admiral, 144:
-, letter from, referred to, 82.
-, letter to, 364.
-, -, referred to, 123, 368.
-, letters signed by, 142, 214.
-, to continue at sea, 18.
-, Châteauneuf desires order to, to
release Scottish ship, 63.
-, at sea, 64.
-, tactics against Armada, 92.
-, ships sent against galleass by,
fired on from Calais, 98.
-, reported almost slain, 126.
-, pursuing Armada, 133.
-, Ortel asks States for powder for,
-, lands at the Downs, 146.
-, to continue at sea, 176.
-, Châteauneuf would confer with
Burghley, Walsingham, and,
-, Spain hoped for aid of, 360.
-, passport of, referred to, 399.
-, See also England, navy of.
-, Philip, earl of Arundel, Arundle,
letter to referred to, 4.
-, Thomas, duke of Norfolk, 415.
hoys. See ships.
Huckeberg. See Hulgeberg.
Huddleston, Huddilstone, Hudleston,
Richard, late treasurer at wars
for the forces in the Low
Countries, 255, 409, 410; money
paid to, 261; note of names in
account of, 411; warrant to, 412.
Huddy, Hoddey, Hody, Hoodey,
Hoody, Huddie, Nicholas,
-, fails to quell Ostend mutiny, 202.
-, pay of, 131; money paid to, 261,
-, company of, at Ostend, 132, 137,
141, 175, 264.
Huesden. See Heusden.
Huguenots. See Protestants.
Huisden. See Heusden.
Huitfeld, Arvid, of Odersberg, chancellor of kingdom of Denmark,
Hulcher, Adam, Easterling, 21.
Hulgeborg, Huckeberg [N. Jutland,
hulks. See ships.
Humblocke, Henry, 412.
Humphrey, John, 409.
Hungary, the Hungarians, Hungars:
-, Poles demand that emperor restore
places in, 79.
-, skirmishes with Turks in, 282.
-, destroy Turkish raiders: may
attack Poles, 335.
-, Turkish beys' threats to, 336.
Hunsdon, baron. See Carey, Henry.
Huntingdon, earl of. See Hastings,
Huntley, Edmund, captain, 410;
money paid to, 260.
-, earl of. See Gordon, George.
Hurault, Philip, count of Chiverny,
Chyverny, chancellor of France,
dismissed, 178, 208, 209.
Hurault de l' Hôpital, Michel, seigneur
du Fay, Navarre's secretary,
letters from, referred to, 53, 54;
proceedings of, in United Provinces, 53; no news of, 68;
Saxon elector has answered, 186.
Husden. See Heusden.
Hussy, —, 410.
Huygens, Christopher, greffier of Council of State, letters and papers
signed by, 117, 198, 234, 340.
Hven, Abena, island of [Denmark],
Rogers meets Tycho Brahe at,
Hwntlei, earl of. See Gordon, George.
Hynder. See Hendar.
Ibrahim, Ebrahim, Pasha, Bassa, late
admiral of Turkey, Amurath
-, had to yield to vizier, 101.
-, left admiralty in disorder, 165.
-, gave government of Pera to
-, dare not oppose beglerbey, 334.
-, brother of. See Filkehaza, bey of.
Iceland, prefect of. See Buckholt,
Idiaques, Don Alonso d', son of Juan,
-, Don Juan d', Spanish secretary
of state, 265.
Ifeild, Richard, 409.
Ijsel, Isel, river [Netherlands], 162.
-, E. Norris urges attack on, 86.
-, Spain gets 30 millions yearly from,
-, fleet from, expected at Lisbon,
-, Cumberland prepares for voyage
-, Armada ships at Terceira to waft
Inglande. See England.
Ingleste. See Engelstedt, Lucas.
inns, taverns. See Bull, the; Golden
Fleece, the; Half Moon, the;
Queen's Arms, the.
Inquisen. See Enkhuisen.
Inquisition, Philip would not introduce
into Netherlands, 29.
Ireland, and the Irish, Yrlande:
-, Savage served in, 31.
-, Allen's book addressed to, 33.
-, Queen's wonted clemency to rebels
-, 47 Armada ships on W. coast of,
230; saw many places useful to
them in, 231; Medina-Sidonia
said to be prisoner in, 232;
westerly winds dangerous to
Armada off, 266; Spaniards
in, join wild Irish, 306; Armada
ships in, 400.
-, T. M. Wingfield served in, 307.
-, Parma sending troops to, 320;
Stanley to go to, 351.
-, Spain will seek larger objective
-, Bingham went to, 344.
-, Stanley's Irish going to Spain,
349; are in Flanders, 351.
-, Danzig ships go around to Spain,
-, Spain may attack, 364, 365;
Dunkirk preparations for, 403.
-, men who were in, come to Parma,
370; Lerma to treat about
Armada prisoners in, 396.
-, See also Stanley, Sir William.
Irrogier. See Héraugières, Charles de.
Iselstein, Isenstene. See Yselstein,
Isel. See Ijsel.
Isley, Henry, captain, 40; money
paid to, 261.
-, Parma's, to be mustered, 15;
mustered, 35, 36; many desert,
32; embarked, 97.
-, shipwrights at Dunkirk, 17.
-, Queen demands removal of, from
Low Countries, 71.
-, soldiers on a galley of Parma's,
-, say Parma would have been
betrayed had he joined Armada,
-, Parma to send to Spain, 311.
-, Lorraine maintained, 392.
-, ships in Armada. See ships,
-, news from, 5.
-, England dependent on cloth
market in, 171.
-, Willoughby sends over one lately
-, would be glad if Tuscany mediated
Anglo-Spanish peace, 295.
-, nobles leaving Parma's army for,
305, 349, 403.
-, few Spanish troops in, 330;
Parma sends men to Spain from,
-, princes of, cheered by Guise's
death, 393; will urge Henry III
to act vigorously, 395.
-, clergy's grant to Philip II, 401.
-, See also Florence; Genoa; Naples;
Sixtus V; Venice.