Index
N, O

Sponsor

Institute of Historical Research

Publication

Author

Richard Bruce Wernham (editor)

Year published

1936

Pages

490-497

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Index: N, O', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 22: July-December 1588 (1936), pp. 490-497. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74887 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

NO

N

Naarden, Naerden, Narden [N. Holland, Netherlands], mutiny at, mentioned, 328: burgomaster of, 409.

Nantes [Loire Inf., France], 13; Mercoeur retires to, 363; letters dated at, referred to, 62, 64.

Naples, kingdom of, 264; arming against Turks, 5; troops of, desert Parma, 32; Pope grants England to Spain on same terms as, 61; Philip II asks tax from, 329.

Narrow Seas, 27, 81, 118, 148–9, 158, 368.

Narwa, Narva, Narve [Wiru, Esthonia], 352.

Nassau, house of, Geertruidenberg's actions prejudicial to, 241.

-, John, count of, letter to, referred to, 157.

-, Justinus, Justens, Justin, Justyns, Justynus, of, lieutenant-admiral, admiral, viceadmiral, of Zeeland:
-, letters from, referred to, 104.
-, going to sea, 27; to blockado Parma, 45; has gone with 30 sail, 90.
-, off Dunkirk: fears Armada may overpower, 91; 14 English join, 30 coming from Holland to, 104; takes San Mateo, 114; blockade by, caused Armada's failure, 111.
-, list of ships and captains with, 148–9.
-, rejoins fleet with reinforcements, 161; fails to stop ships leaving Dunkirk, 172.
-, Giles could learn much from, 306.

-, Maurice, count of, count Maurice, Moryce, governor, admiral-general, and captaingeneral of Holland and Zeeland, marquis of Veere, 113, 140, 330, 331:
-, letters from, 15, 24, 118, 148, 299, 372.
-, -, referred to, 66, 348.
-, letters to, 133, 318.
-, -, referred to, 213, 288, 372.
-, paper signed by, 57.
-, informs Killigrew that sending more ships, 2; would have gone with States' fleet, 15; thinks Parma should be closely watched, 25; will victual fleet fortnightly, 51, 65; meant to go to sea, 89.
-, Russel ready to be reconciled to, 11; Burnham sends to, 48; dislikes Russel and Ste. Aldegonde, 49; Villiers cannot reconcile Russel and, 65, 175; suspects Russel of stirring mutinies, 69; is wholly led by Villiers and Famars, 82; Walsingham would reconcile Russel and, 177.
-, eager to serve Queen, 19.
-, will favour Bacq, 20.
-, taking money to Geertruidenberg, 44, 59, 60; accord between Geertruidenberg and, 55–7; Gilpin's account of it, 66–7; garrison warns, against States, 83; garrison takes oath to, 154; Willoughby to secure town for, 397.
-, as earnest for Sonoy as dares, 45; promises slackly performed, 250; quarrelled with Sonoy, 300.
-, Willoughby urges, to relieve Rheinberg, 57.
-, Killigrew wishes Provinces would accept as governor, 65; governed rather than governing, 135; Holland and Zeeland alone would advance, 184; commands Holland and Zeeland forces, 185; ministers pray for, next after Queen, 252.
-, William sent peace articles to, 90.
-, Killigrew urges, to go to Zeeland, 91.
-, asks Queen's pleasure about Armada prisoners, 118.
-, presses for more men and ships, 119.
-, Seymour hopes to join off Dunkirk, 133.
-, writes on behalf of spoiled merchants, 148.
-, at the Hague, 155.
-, gone to Holland frontiers, 185; assures Heusden and goes to Tholen, 215; attacks enemy from Tholen, 251; 3 councillors sent to, 254.
-, Flushing petitioned about garrison's debts, 243.
-, and Hohenlohe not friends, 267.
-, Russel will seek to reconcile Williams and, 271.
-, Norris deals with, 280, 284; does all he can, 288.
-, and Willoughby burn enemy camp N. of Bergen, 287.
-, meant to be reconciled to Leicester, 299.
-, will be friends with Russel, 299; Villiers efforts herein, 305.
-, accounted chief of the wars, 302; invested marquis of Veere, 303; talk of Danish match for, 309.
-, Queen asks to intercept Hamburg ships, 318.
-, goes against Herwaarden, 342; takes it, 360.
-, acknowledges debt to Schregel, 348.
-, will relieve Wachtendonk, 361.
-, sick, 370, 372; perhaps poisoned, 382; recovering, 388.

-, Philip, count of, 312, 342.

Nassau-Dillenburg, William, count of, governor of Friesland, wife of, dead, 45; sent peace articles to Maurice, 90; is in Friesland, 155.

Navarre, king of. See Henry.

navy. See under England; Spain; Turkey; United Provinces.

Nemours, duchess of. See Este, Anna d'.

-, treaty of [1586], 5.

Ness [N. Jutland, Denmark], 80.

Netherlands. See Low Countries; United Provinces.

Neufville, Nicholas de, seigneur de Villeroi, Villeroy, French secretary of state, 5:
-, letters from, referred to, 128, 145.
-, letter to, 86.
-, papers signed by, 16, 109.
-, Stafford deals with, about Placin, 86; and about Mme. Châteauneuf's speeches, 98.
-, asks to resign, 108; Stafford puzzled, 120, 154; Lilly knows not the reason, 125.
-, helps Mendoça about galleass, 144.
-, Epernon swears his death, 145.
-, all kinsmen of, alienate king's neighbours, 147.
-, dismissed, 178, 208, 209.
-, clerk of. See Pasquier.

Neuhaven. See Hâvre de Grace.

Neuilly, Neulli, Etienne, president of cour des aides of Paris parlement, reported slain, 395.

Neuwenar. See Solms, Adolf von.

Nevers, duke of. See Gonzaga, Louis.

Nevill, Charles, earl of Westmorland, 415; leaving Antwerp for Spain, 349.

Newenar. See Solms, Adolf von.

Neweport, Newport, Newporte, Newpourt. See Nieuport.

Newerhaven. See Nieuwerhaven.

Newhaven. See Hâvre de Grace.

Newnar. See Solms, Adolf von.

Newse, —, 67.

Newton, —, 408.

Nicolas, J., paper signed by, 171.

Nicolo, count. See Basta, Nicolo.

Nielsturp [N. Jutland, Denmark], 80.

Nieuwenaer. See Solms, Adolf von.

Nieuwerhaven, Newerhaven [Zeeland, Netherlands], 50.

Nieuport, Neweport, Newport, Newporte, Newpourt, Niuporto, Nywport [W. Flanders, Belgium], 72:
-, camp at, marches, 3.
-, embarkation camp at, 8; ready to embark, 48; well provisioned, 58.
-, ships at, ready to sail, 8; flatbottoms at, 15; flat-bottoms go to Gravelines, 35, 36.
-, 20 States' flyboats anchor off, 11; States' ships driven from, by gale, 82; States still blockade, 111.
-, P. de Toledo's ship ashore off, 105, 112; San Mateo taken off, 114; boats should have been sent from, 122.
-, Queen desires States to blockade, 133.
-, Parma's army still at, 152; it leaves, 172.
-, Ostend foray to gates of, 365; Conway urges attack on, 377.

Nieuwdam, Nouvedan, sconce [W. Flanders, Belgium], 377.

Nijmegen, Nimmeghen, Nyeumegen, Nyeumeghen, Nymeghen [Gelderland, Netherlands], 267, 309, 332; trades with Tiel, 388.

Nimmeensche Bril. See Schenckenschanz.

Niort [Deux Sèvres, France], 13.

Nipton, —, 408.

Niuporte. See Nieuport.

Nivers, duke of. See Gonzaga, Louis.

Nochersz., Adrian, captain, 149.

Noel, Martin, factor of le Gac, 364.

Nogaies, Nobaies [Astrakhan Tartars], 334, 335.

Nogaret, Bernard de, seigneur de la Valette, la Valette:
-, making league for defence of S.E. France, 13.
-, makes league with Provence, 107.
-, surprises Romans, 110.
-, defeats royal cavalry, 310.

-, Jean Louis de, duke of Epernon, Espernon, admiral of France, chief gentleman of the chamber, 63:
-, letter from, 406.
-, -, referred to, 181, 406.
-, letters to, 181, 406.
-, Henry III refuses League's demands against, 4; asks Henry's favour, 14; Henry sends Miron to, 62; pact suspected, 99; sends Campagnol to court, 145.
-, and Nevers irreconcilable, 5.
-, makes league in S.E., 13.
-, will keep Metz and Boulogne, 14; Metz may declare for, 59.
-, takes Angoulême castle, 13; escape of, 123.
-, Buzanval urges Queen to send to, 54; sends Clar to Queen, 221; offered Boulogne to Queen, 310; Queen's reply to, 406.
-, meets Soissons, 62.
-, Navarre hastens to aid, 147.
-, his factotum, Revol, made secretary, 178, 208, 209.
-, raising Germans, 399.

-, Marguerite de [née Foix], countess de Candale, wife of Jean Louis, bravery of, at Angoulême, 123; buys English horses, 131.

Nonsuch [co Surrey], 227.

Noo, la. See de la Noue.

Norfolk, co., 375.

-, duke of. See Howard, Thomas.

Normand, François, called Puygrelier, mayor of Angoulême, says Villeroi instigated attack on Epernon, 145; letter to, referred to, 99.

Normandy, duchy of [France], 254, 394; Montpensier much beloved in, 154.

Norris, Noorytz, Noreis, Noreits, Noreitz, Noreys, Norigio, Norits, Noritz, Norreis, Norreitz, Norres, Norrets, Norreyes, Norreys, Norrice, Norries, Norryce, Norryes, Norrys, Norrytz, Sir Edward, 'A.B.,' 48, 152, 222, 410:
-, letters from, 40, 84, 113.
-, -, referred to, 18, 25.
-, letters to, 18, 25, 42.
-, would serve in England, 18.
-, Leicester warns, to look to Ostend, 25; doubts if Parma will attack Ostend, 40; thinks attack likely against England, 84–5.
-, left Ostend for England, 113; absent, 175.
-, sent to Ostend, 168, 170, 190; instructions, 166–7; returns, 187, 188; mutineers complain of, 188, 189; their petition sent by, 223.
-, to supervise embarkation of troops from Low Countries, 232, 389, 390, 391.
-, attending Queen, 366.
-, pay of, 131; money paid to, 260, 262, 277; due to, 411; due by, 195, 243, 353, 354, 355.
-, company of, at Ostend, 132, 137, 141, 264; to go to Portugal, 390.
-, servant of, 25.

-, Sir Henry, 166, 167, 168, 222, 410:
-, hopes to go with John, 379.
-, money paid to, 261, 262; due to, 411; due by, 355.
-, company of, at Brielle, 137, 263, 273.

-, Sir John, colonel, general, ambassador to the United Provinces, 271, 308, 322, 334, 410:
-, letters from, 273, 288, 311.
-, -, referred to, 374.
-, taking 1500 men for Bergen, 220; enemy knows of it, 252; the men to go with, when Bergen free, 307; Ortel wishes them to fill decayed bands, 337; their poor quality, 366.
-, points he is to deal of with States, 221; instructions for, 247–9; memorial for, 249–50; Queen tells Willoughby of mission of, 257.
-, Ostend wishes him to move States to aid them, 223, 235.
-, bound for Portugal, 230.
-, memorial to Walsingham from, 232.
-, going to Netherlands, 239; at Flushing, 273.
-, Willoughby would not share authority with, 252.
-, T. Digges' great adversary, 255; his complaints against, 256.
-, begins to deal with Council of State, 280, 321; Council of State's act touching, 284; hopes for good aid, 288; Council summon States General to discuss demands of, 303; deals with Maurice, 305.
-, enemy knows of mission of, 281; it is known at Antwerp, 323.
-, and Willoughby to punish Ostend mutineers, 284; has conferred thereof, 299.
-, complains of Willoughby, 289.
-, should deal about Utrecht, 289, 290; to aid Willoughby there, 316.
-, sends Williams to Walsingham, 311, 312; memorial for him, 313.
-, in last sally from Bergen, 323.
-, Bodley to complete negotiations of, 324, 333, 356.
-, proposals of Holland to, 327–9; Council of State's reply to, 339–40, 342; States discuss proposals of, 361; Council of State's memorial to, 369; notes to Council of State's memorial to, 402.
-, enterprise of, best means to prevent danger from Spain, 330.
-, answered requests of, 336; is to have troops from cautionary towns, 338.
-, Deventer wishes to justify self before, 349; Cleerhagen sent to, 398.
-, Conway would go with, 365; would be glad of Ostend forces, 366; Conway asks help of, 377.
-, returning, 371, 372, 373, 379; leaves Flushing, 381; leaves Ostend, 386.
-, withdrawal of forces by, gravely weakens rest, 373, 383.
-, discusses relief of Wachtendonk, 374.
-, forces granted to, by States, 378, 388, 403.
-, States' answers to, partly unsatisfactory, 381.
-, order for speedy sending of forces from Netherlands to, 389; which bands to go, 390, 391.
-, reports about mission of, 398.
-, Willoughby and Wingfield's answers to, about Geertruidenberg, 414.
-, money paid to, 129, 260, 261.
-, weakness of troop of, when handed over to Willoughby, 376.

-, William, 410.

-, —, 360.

Nortesehe [Denmark], 80.

North, Northe, Robert, lord, 410; money paid to, 260.

Norton, —, 318.

Norway, Rogers' account of, 77–80; senators and councillors of, 80.

-, viceroy of. See Gyldenstjerne, Axel.

notary public. See Cuttes, William.

Noue, la. See de la Noue.

Nouvedan. See Nieuwdam.

Nuenar, Nyenar, Nyeunar. See Solms, Adolf von.

nuncios, papal. See ambassadors.

Nyeumegen, Nyeumeghen, Nymeghen. See Nijmegen.

Nyvers, duke of. See Gonzaga, Louis.

Nywport. See Nieuport.

O

O, Oo, François d', 209.

-, Jean d', seigneur de Manon, Manno, 209.

Oastend. See Ostend.

oats:
-, expensive at Bergen, 134.
-, sent to Bergen, 210, 297.
-, for Bergen from England, 290.
-, dear in Netherlands, 414.
-, See also corn.

Occhiali, Oluchalye, late Turkish admiral, 165.

Odersberg [Denmark], 80.

Odnyborowgh. See Oudenborg.

Ogilvie, Henry, laird of Powrie, Pory, letter from, 400.

Oillaerts, Oillarte, Oillarts, Adrian, secretary of Flushing, letters signed by, 224, 243, 362, 378.

Oisthend. See Ostend.

Oldenbarnevelt, Barnavelt, Barnevelt, Bernevelt, Bernvelt, Dr. Elias van, councillor and pensionary of Rotterdam, Menninck examined before, 332; Dorp deposes before, 363.

-, Jan van, advocate and grand pensionary of Holland, 312:
-, letter to, referred to, 186.
-, shows Council of State alleged peace articles, 65, 68–9.
-, Geertruidenberg troops call Barrabas, 83.
-, gives Council of State news of Armada, 91.
-, deals with Norris, 288.

Oldenburg, Oldenburgh, count of. See John XVI.

Oldenzeel [Overijsel, Netherlands], 331.

Oldenzeel, Artus van, Menninck's relations with, 330, 331, 332, 362.

Oléron, Hollorone, island of [France], 363.

Oluchalye. See Occhiali.

Olyckers, William, 112.

Omal, Omall, chevalier de. See Lorraine, Claude de.

Ommelands [Friesland, Netherlands], 59.

Omont, d'. See Aumont.

Oo. See O.

Oorderen, Ordam, Ordame, fort, sconce, of [Antwerp, Belgium]:
-, letters dated at, 321, 396.
-, R. Tomson detained at, 320, 350, 396.
-, governor of. See Burlote, la.

Oortel. See Ortel.

Oostend, Oostende. See Ostend.

Oostergo, Oostergoe [Friesland, Netherlands], 59, 287, 288.

Oostlandt. See Eastland.

Oquendo, Miguel de, 232.

Orange, William, prince of, 83:
-, assassination of, referred to, 15.
-, kept alive resistance to Spain, 135.
-, debts of, to Schregel, 347, 348.

-, princess of. See Coligny, Louise de.

Orchades. See Orkney islands.

Ordam, Ordame. See Oorderen.

ordnance. See guns.

-, office of the, 81.

-, master of the, in Low Countries. See Bingham, Sir Richard.

Orkney, Orckneie, islands, Orchades, 310.

-, lord Roberts of. See Stewart, Robert.

Orléans [Loiret, France], 251; Navarre may attack, 120; king assured of, 395.

Ortel, Oortel, Ortell, Joachim, agent of the United Provinces in England, 158, 213, 243, 414:
-, letters from, 1, 21, 57, 133, 158, 277, 285, 286, 289, 306, 378.
-, -, referred to, 119.
-, letters to, 1, 144.
-, unwell, 1.
-, asks that Middelburg may transport guns, 1; asks licence for their casting, 57.
-, urges requests of Brielle, 1.
-, proposals of, about lord general and treasurer, referred to, 19.
-, seeks redress for Netherlanders robbed by pirates, 21.
-, answer should be made to, about peace articles, 65.
-, will present Coels' petition, 93.
-, presses States for powder and ships for Queen, 133, 183; seeks payment for powder, 306.
-, to press England to assure Bergen, 144.
-, sends Calais news, 158.
-, States may congratulate Queen through, 184.
-, and Voocht to deal in Stewart's case, 198; presses for answer, 285, 286; is not to go to Scotland, 372.
-, requests to Queen and Council, 240–2; Norris to answer States upon, 249–50.
-, says Queen's letter to Geertruidenberg not published, 248.
-, deals with Burghley for Brielle and Flushing debts, 277, 307.
-, memorial by, of States' complaints, 282; answers heretofore given, 283; Bodley to answer States on, 333; articles presented by, to Council, with replies, 337–9, 356; Queen sends one to answer States on, 340; Sherley's reply to, 367; postilles to memorial of, 415.
-, Bodley to follow up suggestions of, about giving money instead of men, 324, 356.

-, —, 398.

Ortez, Geronimo, captain, 264.

Osee, castle of, Cossacks repulsed at, 334.

-, bey of, 334.

Osman, bey of Hatvan, letter from, 336.

Oste, Adrian, of Flushing, 412.

Ostend, Oastend, Oisthend, Oostend, Oostende, Osteand, Osteeand, Osteende, Ostende [W. Flanders, Belgium], 37, 57, 60, 243, 255, 398:
-, letters dated at, 41, 85, 152, 204, 238, 279, 322, 326, 341, 366, 377, 387.
-, siege of, feared, 3; Walsingham thinks unlikely, 18; Leicester expects, if Armada fails, 26; E. Norris thinks unlikely, 40.
-, messenger from, 4.
-, to be handed over to States if 2000 English withdrawn, 28; States cannot garrison, 91.
-, defences weak, 40; almost safe from enemy and sea, 113.
-, articles of peace spread at, 58; negotiations, etc., at. during treaty, referred to, 71, 72, 94, 95.
-, English concentrated at Bergen and, 68, 241; justified, 333.
-, captured Armada ship sinks near, 112; San Felipe taken off, 114; Armada ship ashore at, 116.
-, Burghley would send men to make diversion at, 140.
-, dykes at, much decayed, 223, 326.
-, warships needed to secure communications, 279.
-, Norris would know if States shall garrison, 313.
-, account of damage at, by sea, 340–1, 376, 379.
-, Barney and Pekott at, 350.
-, enemy activity around, 364, 365, 403.
-, Conway's opinion on, 377.
-, English to leave if States do not repair, 380, 389.
-, 'Considerations touching,' 406.
-, garrison of:
-, deserts, 41, 69, 100.
-, reinforced from Flushing, 49, 100.
-, Council orders for victualling of, 50; money allowed for it, 129, 141; Cox complains about, 131; States send supplies to, 155.
-, cannon sent to, 81.
-, lendings sent to, 141, 187, 188; extraordinary lend ings paid to, 358.
-, mutineers at, ask Queen's pardon, 166.
-, mutineers of, complaints against Cox, with answers, 168–9.
-, instructions for E. Norris, sent to, 166–7; instructions to Willoughby about, 168; memorial by Burghley on, 170.
-, Russel fears example of, 180, 194, 199.
-, mutineers' petition and complaints, 188–9; Council's answer, 189–91; [Conway's ?] memorial on, 192–3; still mutinous, 197; Conway's account of mutiny of, 202–3; note of mutiny of, 205–6.
-, men sent from, to Bergen, 205, 206; 2 bands sent, 220, 251; Lambert and Brackenbury command them, 265.
-, cannot yet be reinforced, 218.
-, pardon for mutineers, 218–9, 223.
-, note of victuals delivered to, 226.
-, petition to Queen for pay, etc., 238; trouble due to captains' absence, 239; fresh troops to go to, 249; some bands should be removed, 274.
-, States' stores consumed at, 242, 282, 283.
-, mutineers to be punished, 273; Willoughby will take order for, 299.
-, lendings paid to, 276.
-, overthrows enemy convoy, 279.
-, Conway temporarily appeases new disorder at, 279, 284; he would resign government of, 304; Wilson takes new bands to, 308, 322.
-, Meetkerke desires to serve at (?), 289.
-, mutineers punished, 322, 325–6, 371.
-, magazine of victuals to be set up at, 327.
-, foray by, 365.
-, Conway praises, 366.
-, captains absent, and neglect companies, 366.
-, unduly weakened by withdrawals for Portugal voyage, 373; 7 bands to stay in, 378; States would draw men from, 387; bands to go with Norris, 390.
-, musters of, 132, 137, 264.
-, estimate of pay of, 131; estimate of cannoneors' imprests, 141, 292; money due to cannoneers at, 275.
-, cannoneer of. See Hall, William.
-, captains at, 141; names of those absent, 175; debts of, 278.
-, commissary at. See Wyatt, Thomas.
-, engineer at, 41.
-, governor of. See Conway, Sir John.
-, master gunner at. See Wright, Thomas.
-, sergeant-major of. See Brackenbury.
-, victualler of. See Cox, Henry.
-, under-treasurer at. See Mole.
-, See also Bertie, Peregrine; Brooke, Edward; Norris, Sir Edward.
-, magistrates and inhabitants of:
-, letter from, 152.
-, petitions to Queen from, 212, 235.
-, hope Queen will get States to aid them, 152; Norris to urge States to make grant for works at, 247–8, 301; Queen granted 100l., 277.
-, too poor to relieve garrison, 166.
-, Privy Council considers requests unreasonable, 235.
-, favour Spain, 341.
-, Council of State's cold answer to envoy from, 343.
-, burgomaster of. See Kyen, Cornelis.
-, pensionary of, letter signed by, 223; returning from England, 223; has returned, 235.
-, places in:
-, old town, 340, 341, 376.
-, Bruges port, 340, 377.
-, Nieuport gate, 325.
-, north port, 341.
-, haven, 325, 341, 366, 377, 407.
-, old steeple of, 248; blown up, 351.
-, common gaol at, 203.

Otterdum, Otterdom, fort of [Groningen, Netherlands], 45.

Otto, colonel, 345.

Ottomans. See Turkey.

Oudenarde, Owdenert [E. Flanders, Belgium], 398.

Oudenborg, Odnyborowgh [W. Flanders, Belgium], 365.

Ouwaert, Langhen, captain, 148.

Overijsel, Over Isell, Overisell, Overissell, Overysel, Overyssel, lordship of, one of the United Provinces, 193, 197:
-, differences in, over appointing Councillors of State, 43, 215; sends them, 155.
-, Willoughby wrote to, 43.
-, want and disagreement in, 88; good accord in, 160.
-, Utrecht plan for defence of, 134– 6.
-, would not advance Maurice, 184; Norris to accord Holland and, 247; fears ascendancy of Holland, 289.
-, deputies coming later to States General, 321.
-, seek to win over distressed enemy towns, 342.
-, States of, have gone home, 43.
-, governor of. See Solms, Adolf von.

Owdenert. See Oudenarde.

Owen, Hugh, 350.



<--Previous:
Index:
M
Next:-->
Index:
P