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'Index: B', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 23: January-July 1589 (1950), pp. 425-437. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75259 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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B, 261. See also de la Torre, Alexandro.

Babington, Anthony, plot of, referred to, 365, 367–8.

-, Urye, 176.

Babou, Georges, sgr. de la Bourdaisière, la Bourdesire, 386.

-, Jean, count of Sagonne, Sagona, Sagone, Sagonie, Sigonia, joins League, 70; annoys Chartres, 74; takes Montescot, 78; Mayenne leaves, in Chartres, 84; in Pontoise, 387.

Bacq, Back, Backs, Bax, Baxe, John, colonel, 323, 380; letter from, 119.

-, Marcellis, captain, 71, 279.

-, Paul, captain, 71.

Bacqueville, Bacvill, Bakvylle [Seine Inf., France], 230.

-, See Martel, François.

Baker, captain, 161.

Balagny, Ballagny, Ballani, Balleni, Ballynin, Ballyny, Balynie. See Monluc, Jean de.

Balbes de Berton, Louis de, sr. de Crillon, Griglion, Grillon, 47, 244.

Bâle. See Basel.

Balfour, Henry, colonel, governor of Bommel, 271, 295, 311.

Balsac, François de, sgr. d'Entragues, Antragues, 16.

bankers. See merchants.

Bannicks, Helen, of Aalborg, 325.

Bannister, Banaster, Banester, Bannaster, Bannster, Edmund, captain:
-, letters from, 22, 46, 287, 371, 378, 401.
-, is poor, 23; money paid to, 176.
-, offers to send Walsingham news, 46; and Burghley, 401.
-, displaced as Bergen sergeant-major, 287,319, 320.
-, wife and child of, 287.
-, company of, at Bergen, 138; to go to Portugal, 9, 71; lieutenant of. See Aldrich, George.

-, Philip, 358.

Barbary [N. Africa], Moors revolt in, 13, 24, 87, 88; Antonio expects aid from, 17, 66, 139.

Barbianus, M. Vestrius, 334.

Barchon, Barson, Guillaume de, captain, 271, 295.

Barck. See Rheinberg.

Bardes, Bordewes, William, burgo-master of Amsterdam, 4.

Bargan, Bargen, Barges, Barghen. See Bergen-op-Zoom.

Barker, Christopher, warden of Stationers' company, the Queen's printer, 265.

-, John, captain:
-, money paid to, 176.
-, goes home, 298.
-, company of, at Bergen, 71, 138.

-, William, deputy of Eastland company at Elbing, 113.

-, —, 101, 181.

Barnard, captain, 277.

Barn Elms [co. Surrey], 225, 229.

Barnes, Thomas, alias Gerarde Burghet, 224–5. See also de la Torre, Alexandro.

-, William, of Erith, 356.

Barnet. See Bernard, Étienne.

Barnevelt, Barnivell. See Olden-barnevelt.

Barney, Ber., Edward, captain, spy, 158, 277.

-, See also Bernet, Raymond Roger de.

Barradat, Guillaume de, sgr. de Damery, 394.

Barros, Alonso de, 346.

Barrou. See Burgh, Sir John.

Barson. See Barchon.

Barton, Edward, English agent in Turkey:
-, letters from, 12, 87, 132, 164, 346, 348, 350, 374, 401; referred to, 201.
-, urges Turks against Spain, 12–3, 132–3, 135, 347.
-, lacks money, 87; Sultan no longer pays, 88; would bribe Turks, 348.
-, urges Turks against Ragusa, 88, 133.
-, Harborne dissuades recall of, 112–3.
-, informs Sultan of Armada's defeat, 132, 133, 135.
-, gives Germans passports, 348.
-, sends plants to Walsingham, 349.
-, method of sending letters, 164, 348–9, 350.
-, friends of, 132.
-, house of, 347.

-, George, 176.

Barwike, Barwyk. See Berwick-on-Tweed.

Basel, Bâle [Switzerland], 233.

Baskerville, Baskervile, Baskervyle, Sir Thomas, 119:
-, letter from, 52.
-, asks not to go to Portugal, 52.
-, goes to England, 131.
-, mon1ey paid to, 176.
-, company of, at Bergen, 71, 138; debts of, 52; lieutenant of, prisoner, 52.

Bassano, Bassana, Andrew, Brielle water-bailiff, 175.

Basse, Humphrey, merchant, 221.

Bassen, Jean de, 218.

Basso, captain, 90.

Bastiano, signor, 105.

Bathori, Sigismund, prince of Transylvania, 133, 134.

baths, the. See Italy; Spa, the.

Baudimont, Baudemont, François de, formerly greffierof Frisian council, 107,183; letter from, 38.

Bauwensz., Jan, merchant, of Flushing, 170.

-, Jasper, merchant, of Flushing, 170.

-, Leyn, merchant, of Flushing, 170.

Bavaria, Ernest of, elector and archbishop of Cologne, prince-bishop of Liège, 141:
-, Parma to intercede for Geertruidenberg with, 186.
-, is to aid League, 188.
-, lets Parma occupy heretical towns, 188, 189.
-, intrigues with Merode-Pieterfex, 222.

Bax, Baxe. See Bacq.

Bayona, Bayon, isles of [Pontevedra, Spain], 273, 383.

Bayonne, Bayon, Bayona, Bayonna [Basse-Pyrénées, France], Irish traders to Spain pretend to go to, 152; Spaniards buy naval stores at, 172; they seize ships of, 232, 384.

Bazan, Alonso de, brother of Alvaro, 354, 384.

-, Alvaro de, marquis of Santa Cruz, 354.

bb, 335.

Beale, Belle, Edith [née St. Barbe], wife of Robert B., 265.

-, Robert, clerk of the Council, late member of C. of S., 170, 265; notes by, referred to, 115–6; notes by, on defects in Treaty, 238–9.

Beauce, Beaus, Beause [France], 244, 334.

Beaudolphin. See Montmorency-Laval, Urbain de.

Beauffremont, Claude de, baron of Senecey, Senesey, governor of Auxonne, 28.

Beaufort-Montboissier, Jean Timoléon de, marquis of Canillac, Caniliac, 386.

Beaugency, Bougense [Loiret, France], 227.

Beaumanoir, Jean de, marquis of Lavardin, marshal of France, 285,357.

Beaune [Côte-d'Or, France], 233.

Beaune-Semblançay, Renaud de, archbishop of Bourges, 27, 33, 70.

Beaus, Beause. See Beauce.

Beauvais, Bovisine [Oise, France], 342.

Beauvais-sur-mer [Vendée, France], 7.

Beauvau, Louis de, sr. de Tremble-court, Treniblecort, 386.

Beck, Beke, fort [Rhenish Prussia, Germany], 2, 339.

Bedzin, Bidsinum [Piotrkow, Poland], 193.

Belasco. See Velasques.

Belegard, Belegarde. See St. Lori, Roger de.

Belial, Belyell, 398.

Bell, John à, 218.

-, Peter à, 218.

Bellamy, Bellome, Bellomy, Bellowme, Bartholomew, 365, 367.

-, Catherine [née Pelch], 365, 367.

-, Jerome, 365, 367.

-, Richard, 365.

-, Robert, of London, Catholic fugitive: Casimir arrests, 364, 367; examination and confessions of, 365–6; letters found on, 367–8.

-, Thomas, of Harrow, 365.

-, William, of Harrow, 365.

Belle. See Beale.

Bellegard. See St. Lori, Roger de.

Belleman, Anthony Williamson, merchant, of Rotterdam, 162.

Bellièvre, Pomponne de, 33.

Bellino, 63.

Bellochio, —, 50.

Bellome, Bellomy, Bellowme. See Bellamy.

Belyell. See Belial.

Bender, Bendir [Bessarabia, Roumania], 347, 348.

Benthamy, Magdalena, 356.

Ber. See Barney, Edward.

Berck. See Rheinberg.

Bergamo [Lombardia, Italy], 201.

Bergen-op-Zoom, Bargan, Bargen, Barges, Barghen, Bergan, Bergas, Berges, Bergesse, Bergh, Berghen, Berghes, Bergues; -ap, -up; -Som, -Some, -Zoam, -Zom, -Zompe, -Zon, -Zone, -Zonne [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 11, 119, 142, 209:
-, letters dated at. 23, 46, 51, 98. 106, 108, 117, 123, 132, 166, 167, 171, 204, 223, 224, 273, 279, 281, 288, 289, 290, 340, 359, 371,372, 378, 396, 401, 407.
-, news from, 284.
-, enemy draws off from, 2; enemy strong around, 40, 106, 108; some go to Geertruidenberg, 171; threaten river, 396.
-, siege of, expected, 41, 98, 99, 114, 117, 123, 132, 157, 158, 167, 185, 200, 204, 223, 225, 266, 279, 312, 407.
-, Willoughby fears loss of, 54, 58; States hold him responsible for, 64.
-, plots at, 106, 167, 196, 222, 407.
-, States should not ask Queen to give up, 143.
-, no scope for offensive near, 169.
-, high prices at, 166; and scarcity, 324.
-, Bodley at, 288, 311.
-, grown wealthy: population, 290.
-, siege of [1588], referred to, 14, 61, 125, 132, 144, 181, 192, 206, 237, 279, 284, 309, 310, 319, 333; cost of 1,500 sent to, 175, 176.
-, north fort at, 125, 226, 278, 333; dispute over prisoners taken at, 319, 320; other forts at, 40, 166, 262, 279, 299, 407.
-, market place of, 320.
-, prisons at, 309.
-, garrison of, 111, 223, 359:
-,-, forays of, 20, 272.
-,-, withdrawals for Portugal from, 138, 309; difficulties with States over, 29–30, 40, 45–6, 57–8, 60–1, 64, 65, 110, 309; Queen's orders on, with list of bands to go, 71–2; Willoughby criticises this, 98, 99–100; the troops go, 57, 61; Morgan stays them, 98, 106, 166, 167.
-,-, cautionary towns cannot reinforce, 37; States ask it, 46, 110; Willoughby's reply, 64; C. of S. orders it, 65; Queen orders it, 71, 72, 106; Willoughby's criticism, 98, 99–100.
-,-, Ostend troops in, 41, 250.
-,-, English in States' pay in, 83; freebooters in, 314, 407.
-,-, captains of, absent, 117, 204, 396, 407; ordered back, 225.
-,-, Morgan quarrels with captains of, 204, 252; Zeeland States write to Queen, 262; Ortel presents C. of S. letters on it, 278; Bodley's mission to, 277, 280, 289, 290; Willoughby protests, 319–20.
-,-, cannot reinforce Ostend, 248; too few, 262; reinforced, 279; needs 200 more, 396, 407.
-,-, sends 500 to Rheinberg, 279, 280, 287–8, 289, 339. See also army, English, in Netherlands: operations of.
-,-, Champernon's band to return to, 377; Salisbury's band to go from, 385.
-,-, musters of: abbreviate of, 178; notes of bands in, 71, 138; States' orders on, referred to, 69, 167, 238; Borlas musters, 226, 242, 281; to be mustered again, 377; Council orders on, 399.
-,-, pay, etc., of: debts of, 115; States claim checks on, 250; States' imprests to, 137; approve payment of lendings partly in victuals, 166; lendings by poll at, 170; note of victuals at, 308.
-,-, cannoneers in, 176.
-,-, captains and companies in. See Audley, Elvathan; Bannister, Edmund; Barker, John; Baskerville, Sir Thomas; Bertie, Peregrine; Buck, John; Champernon, Arthur; Morgan, Sir Thomas; Parker, Sir Nicholas; Powell, David; Russell, Sir William; Salisbury, Ralph; Scott, Sir John; Touchet, George; Udall, Sir Edmund; Vere, Sir Francis.
-,-, commissary of musters of. See Rogers, John; Wyatt, Thomas.
-,-, council of war at, 106, 289.
-,-, governor of. See Morgan, Sir Thomas.
-,-, provost-marshal of. See Chamberlain; Crooke, John.
-,-, sergeant-major of. See Bannister, Edmund; Lovell, Thomas.
-,-, treasurer, deputy-, at. See Yate, George.

Bergen, Sebastian à, secretary of Hamburg, 106.

Bergeroneau, —, procureurof Ètampes, 335.

Bergues, Winnox Barghen [Nord, France], 257.
-, - See also Bergen-op-Zoom.

Berk, Berke. See Rheinberg.

Berlengas, Borlinges, Borllings, isles [Portugal], 282, 336.

Bern, cloister of [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 391.

Bernard, Barnet, Ètienne, councillor of Dijon, 27, 33.

Bernardino, Don. See Mendoza, Bernardino de.

Berne, canton of [Switzerland], war of, with Savoy, 48, 124, 376, 379; loan to Henry III by, 233.

Bernet, Barney, Roger de, governor of Boulogne, 282:
-, letter from, 303.
-, loyal, 211; straits of, 297.
-, buys iron, etc., in England, 212, 359, 373.
-, 50 English horse go to, 260, 262. request of, about Hautefort's boat, 303.
-, Buzanval asks Queen to send to, 405.

Berrieff, —. A. Sherley's lieutenant, 293.

Berry [France], 98, 179.

-, —, 154.

Bertie, Peregrine, baron Willoughby, Willebie, Willeby, Willobe, Willoby, Willoghby, Willoghbye, Willoughbie, Willoughbye, Willowby, Willowghby, Willuchby, Willugby, Willughbie, Willughby, Willughbye, Wyllobe, Wylloby, Wyllowby, Wyllowghby, Wyllughby, of Eresby and Berk, lord general, lieutenant-general, lieutenant-governor, governor-general, etc., of English army in Netherlands, 180, 300:
-, letters from, 8, 29, 36, 40, 44, 50, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 64, 79, 98, 99, 101, 111, 131, 154, 210, 252, 288.
-, letters from, referred to, 5, 14, 23, 71, 102, 137, 158, 173, 205, 215 309, 310, 333, 400.
-, letters to, 21, 22, 71, 98, 100, 128, 164, 226, 246, 257, 400.
-, letters to, referred to, 29, 40, 98, 99, 106, 158, 206, 252, 289.
-, papers signed by, 29, 103, 249.
-, patents of, 181; referred to, 14, 349; patent to, referred to., 411.
-, warrants of, referred to, 159, 249, 252, 282, 373, 411.
-, and Frisian malcontents, 5, 107 108, 183.
-, sends Wilsford to Council: suggests Flanders offensive, 8, 37.
-, Suderman complains of, 14.
-, instructions on Geertruidenberg to, 21; it sets States against, 65; cannot get it for States, 137–8, 169; it will obey only, 142; previous dealings there by, referred to, 159, 168–9, 173, 217.
-, granted leave, 21, 22; desires it, 37, 57; leaves soon, 79, 98.
-, instructions to, on Portugal withdrawals, 22; requests of, to States, 29; Bodley repeats them, 38, 39; States' reply, 30; the reply, referred to, 33, 36; complaints, etc., by, 29, 36–7, 37–8, 53–5, 57.
-, Bodley will urge, to go to Utrecht, 31; memorial for Allen by, 102–3; sends Allen, 112, 116, 137.
-, States infringe authority of, 32, 229–30, 237–8, 284; Bodley protests, 38, 67, 119–21, 121–3; States' replies, 42–3, 75; disputes with States over musters, 39, 68, 69, 77, 122–3; they dislike, 58, 59, 79; his observations on C. of S. instructions, referred to, 115–6, 119, 239, 288; says States break treaty, 137; reply to Ortel on rights of, 145–7.
-, memorial for Killigrew by, 37–8.
-, orders Portugal forces away, 40, 79; States protest, 45, 46, 57, 58, 60, 61; his reply, 64; States hold, responsible for Bergen and Ostend, 64; Bodley commends, 80; difficulties of, 98; Digges asks, for orders, 101; brings men to ports, 102; to hasten away horsebands, 128; ordered Morgan to stay men, 167.
-, asks licence for Lawrens, 44.
-, knights Blunt, 53.
-, T. M. Wingfield's quarrel with, 55, 56, 98, 125, 332–3.
-, unwell, 59.
-, sends Digges to C. of S., 60.
-, note of forces by, 100.
-, declaration by, on departure, 110–1; referred to, 309; leaves Hague, 111, 113; States do not write by, 116; in Zeeland, 117; at Middelburg, 131; departure of, referred to, 132, 157, 164, 184, 322.
-, lacks authority over cautionary towns, 110, 205.
-, Udall depends on, 112.
-, States should allow, for intelligences, 116, 306.
-, T. Morgan's quarrel with, 123, 167, 223, 262, 2801, 374; note of grievances of, 319–20; M. Morgan's answer, 320.
-, appoints Vere sergeant-major, 124; gave him Thomson's band, 222; is offended with Vere, 401.
-, hopes for marriage alliance with Walsingham, 124.
-, sends news of plot, 131.
-, called Fremin to Bergen, 132.
-, protests at siege of Geertruidenberg, 154; attends Council on it, 172, 173–4; drafts for letters on it by, 213–4; it will not obey, 195; references to, in States' placart, 205–7; protests at placart, 252, 285, 288; Bodley protests to States for, 288, 310, 329–30; States' envoys' reply, 333, 344; publishes his Apology, 404.
-, would appoint Drury to Ostend, 158.
-, in England, 159, 167, 290.
-, dislikes new victualling orders, 166; notes by, on treasurer's and victuallers' abuses, 219–20; notes by, on lendings, 220; to appoint examiners of victual and apparel, 328.
-, to levy 1,500 for Ostend, 187; warrant for their pay, 192; asked States to repair Ostend, 273.
-, should return to Netherlands, 195, 200; asks to resign, 288.
-, asks imprest for Digges, 210–1; is to warrant it, 246.
-, mediated between States and Sonoy, 214–5.
-, to send back Bergen captains, 225; has done so, 252.
-, appoints Ostend provost-marshal, 229; appoints Wolffwinckel sergeant-major, 260.
-, 1587–8 checks respited, etc., by, 249–50, 282.
-, will not warrant cannoneers' pay, 261.
-, aliens in bands must be approved by, 250; and allowances confirmed by, 251.
-, should not appoint musters commissaries, 262.
-, to name captain vice Brett, 377.
-, to transfer Salisbury to Ostend, 385.
-, appointed Martin provost-marshal, 411.
-, appointment of, as lieutenant-general, referred to, 119.
-, money paid to, 175; reckoning of (1587–9), 408; questions there-on, 411; treasurer's pay double that of, 219.
-, company of, 263; at Bergen, 71, 100, 138; Borlas will not admit, to Flushing, 349; clothing allowance of, 312; reckoning for, 408; queries thereon, 411; lieutenant of, 349.
-, troop of, 29; at Bergen, 71; expense of reinforcing, 50, 54; goes with Schenk, 279, 289; reckoning for, 408; questions thereon, 411; cornet of, prisoner, 175; lieutenant of. See Vireslott, Cornelis.
-, house of, 288, 320; at the Barbican, 211; Willoughby house, 252.
-, secretary of. See Houfflin, Jean; van den Houten, Jan.
-, servant of, 251.
-, sister of. See Wingfield, Susan.

-, Robert (aft. earl of Lindsey), eldest son of Peregrine, 124–5.

Berton, Pierre de, sr. de Bonneval, Bonyvall, slain, 245.

Berwick-on-Tweed, Barwike, Barwyk, controller of works at. See Errington, Nicholas; Jeneson; deputy-controller. See Crane, John.

Besançon, Bisanson [Doubs: France], 208.

Betuwe, Betuwee, the [Gelderland, Netherlands], 146; enemy may invade, 271, 323.

Beuer, John van, notary public, 299, 309.

Beuthen, Beudein [Prussian Silesia, Germany], 193.

Beveren [E. Flanders, Belgium], 253.

Beynton, —, A. Wingfield's lieutenant, 165.

bible. See underbooks.

Bickner, Bycnor, Thomas, 228.

Bidsinun. See Bedzin.

Bie. See Bye.

Biesbosch [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 207.

Bilbao,Bilbo [Vizcaya, Spain], Irish trade to, 152; ships building at, 292, 384.

Billingsley, Henry, London alderman, 301.

Billy, heer van. See Robles, Gaspar de.

Bingham, Sir Richard, late master of the ordnance in Netherlands, 175.

Biondo, the patriarch, 20.

Biron.See Gontaut, Armand de.

Bisanson.See Besangon.

Biscay,Byskeye [Spain], naval preparations in, 23, 97, 151; Philip II going to, 292.

Bislick,Bislicq [Rhenish Prussia. Germany], 40.

Bittonia, 63.

Black John,barque, of London, 240, 241.

Black Sea, 375.

Blainville,Blenvylle, Blyngevill, Blynweville [Seine Inf., France], castle of, 228, 230, 231.

Blanc, Pierre de, sgr. de Rolet, governor of Pont de l'Arche, 342, 351.

Blanchemaire, sr. de, 20.

Blankenberghe, Blankenborg [W. Flanders, Belgium], 266.

Blavoet, Martin, 176.

Blenvylle. See Blainville.

Blienbeck, Bliembeck, Blienbecke, Blienbeeck, Blienbeecke, Blimbeck, Blinbeake, Blyenbeeck, Blyenbeeke, Blyenbekk, Blyenbleck, Blynebercke, Schenk's house [Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, enemy batters, 271, 276; enemy's strength, 324.
-, Vere to help Schenk relieve, 279, 280, 289; Clant and Mörs to help, 311, 314, 323.
-, repulses eleven assaults, 322; surrenders, 289, 338, 391.
-, enemy from, near Heusden, 339.

Blois, Bles, Bloyes, Bloyese, Bloyis, Bloys, Bloyse [Loire-et-Cher, France], 64, 86, 97.
-, news from, 15, 19, 63.
-, letters dated at, 17, 95.
-, Lilly at, 26; Mendoza near, 70, 92.
-, Henry III at, 85, 126; leaves, 102; gives, to Navarre, 227.
-, Châtillon on way to, 96.
-, bridge at, 208, 245.
-, council chamber at, 47.
-, affair of [Guises' death]. See Lorraine, Henri de and Louis de.

Bluesforte, Martin, 327.

Blunt, Blond, Blont, Blount, Blounte, Blund, Blundt, Blunte, Sir (Charles, 42, 176; company of, at Ostend, 71, 138; musters of company of, 339 382.

-, Sir Christopher:
-, goes to England, 19, 53; knighted, 53; would not go to Portugal, 166; not to return, 377.
-, money paid to, 175.
-, cousin of, 86.
-, troop of, at Utrecht to go to Portugal, 9; at Rotterdam, 100–1; embarks, 111; Willoughby to hasten, 128; mustered in England, 142; discharged, 159; note of horses brought by, 168; States sent to Rheinberg, 237; lieutenant of. See Smith, William.

Blyenbeeck, Blyenbeeke, Blyenbekk, Blyenbleck, Blynebercke. See Blienbeck.

Blyngevill, Blyngeville. See Blainville.

Bobadilla, Francisco de, 354.

Bockhurst. See Sackville, Thomas.

Bodley, Boddeley, Bodeley, Bodle, Bodleie, Bodleigh, Bodleye, Bodly, Bodlye, Bodtligh, Boydel, Thomas, member of C. of S., 8, 281, 291:
-, letters from, 11, 18, 23, 31, 34, 46, 51, 79, 115, 148, 154, 167, 182, 194, 204, 218, 225, 264, 265, 273, 288, 289, 290, 310, 329, 369, 372, 380, 384, 385.
-, letters from, referred to, 2, 5, 12, 13, 80, 116, 158, 191, 195, 199, 251, 266, 311, 327, 370, 373, 400, 404.
-, letters to, 12, 13, 212, 216, 235, 251, 264, 278, 328, 369, 372, 404.
-, letters to, referred to, 11, 19, 34, 80, 199, 225, 251, 265, 266, 270, 273, 277, 286, 288, 289, 329, 336, 372.
-, paper signed by, 103.
-, has no instructions on Friesland, 5; to help Caron, 18, 182, 189; can do little, 80.
-, presented to States, 10; admitted to C. of S., 11, 18; visits Maurice, 11; difficulties over oath, 23, 31, 32, 34; the oath of, 40.
-, relations of, with Burghley and Walsingham, 23, 31, 116, 117, 168, 404.
-, and Portugal withdrawals: Willoughby consults, 29, 45; leaves Willoughby to report, 80; to tell States about horsebands, 128.
-, wrote for Deventer, 31; can do little, 79–80; sends Allen to Utrecht, 102, 112, 116, 137; sends Utrecht Lutherans' petition, 140; sends sentence on Deventer, 380.
-, modifies instructions, 34, 79; criticises Queen, 46; memorial to, referred to, 80.
-, makes Willoughby's presence less needed, 37.
-, papers presented to States by, 38, 39; their answers, 42; answers unsatisfactory, 51; his replies, 66–9; their answers, 75–7; these referred to, 79, 115, 116; his further replies, 121–3; his proposals referred to, 200, 229, 230.
-, relations with Oldenbarnevelt, 51, 79, 116, 117; Oldenbarnevelt's overtures to, 218–9.
-, might hear T. M. Wingfield's case, 55.
-, relations with Gilpin, 322, 373; division of topics in their letters, 64, 80, 113.
-, again protests to States at C. of S. instructions, 115–6, 119–21; protest, referred to, 230.
-, sent Mascal to Schenk, 116; gets Bergen troops for Schenk, 279, 289, 401.
-, to examine accounts with States, 137, 145, 205; this postponed, 251.
-, and Geertruidenberg siege: offered to aid States, 155; did not aid them, 207; views of, 167; has agent near it, 168; asks for instructions, 168, 195; dealings with States, 169, 174; was not informed, 172, 174; C. of S. would send, there, 194; writes to Wingfield but will not go, 195; instructions to, 212–3; to send Queen's letters to Dordrecht, etc., 235; does not, 270; to get Wingfields released, 251; gets P. Wingfield released, 311.
-, warns Morgan against Salisbury, 196, 204; to make Bergen obey Morgan, 277, 340; does so, 280, 289, 290; leaves Bergen, 290, 311.
-, can do little for Sonoy, 214; and Caron to urge Sonoy's cause, 216.
-, to inform States that special envoy coming, 235; does so, 265; envoy not now coming, 251.
-, to require States to provide for Ostend, 251; does so, 273; States' reply, 279.
-, commends States' envoys, 264.
-, is unwell, 265.
-, to ask proof of charges against Willoughby, 288, 329; sends States' reply, 310; further demands of, 329–30.
-, commends J. Audley, 289.
-, to attend Vasseur's trial, 311, 313; dealt with States on it, 380.
-, to get States' envoys fuller powers and suggest treaty reform, 328, 333; request of, to States, 369; their reply, 369–70; further requests of, 372; States' reply, 372–3; opinion of, on Council's proposals, 380.
-, to protest at treatment of captains, etc., 329.
-, urges English governors to send men to Heusden, 385, 400.
-, musters commissaries to be sworn Bonn before, 398; and rolls to be sent weekly to, 399.
-, Walsingham's instructions to, 404.
-, money paid to, 175.

Boduell, earl of. See Stewart, Francis.

Bogdania. See Bugdania.

Boghare, Bohare. See Bokhara.

Bohemia, kingdom of, 379.

Bohhrine, near Paris, 342.

Boiscommun, Boycomun [Loiret. France], 336.

Boisdauphin. See Montmorency-Laval, Urbain de.

Bois-le-Ducq, Bolducq. See Hertogen-bosch, s'.

Bokhara, Boghare, Bohare [Asiatic Russia], 247.

Bolivar, Simon de, 346.

Bolleine, Bollen. See Boulogne.

Bollie, la. See Eschallard, Charles.

Bologna, Bullonia [Emilia, Italy], 367.

-, vice-legate of. See Canobio.

Bolsward, Bolseworth, Bolsweert, Bolswert [Friesland, Netherlands], 6; plot at, 141, 190.

Bomely, Elyzaeus, 355–6.

Bommel, Bomel, Bommell [(Celderland, Netherlands], 287:
-, enemy will pass by, 270.
-, deputies sent to, 271.
-, enemy near, 276, 323; plot at, 286.
-, loses 100 men, 311; holds Waal crossing, 391.
-, governor of. See Balfour, Henry.
-, deputy-treasurers at. See Fosse, William; Jeffrey, Richard.

Bommeler Waard, Bommelsweert, Bomells Wertt, isle of Bommel [Gelderland, Netherlands], enemlty raids, 311; well provided, 323; enemy successes in, 380, 384, 390, 391; States' troops go to, 400.

bonds, sureties, referred to, 187:
-, of Merchants Adiventurers, 80, 127.
-, of Henry III, 124.
-, of London, 127.
-, under great seal, 127.
-, Moffat's, 127.
-, should be taken if letters of reprisal given, 162.
-, taken of Flushing ships not to go to Spain, 198.
-, taken of man going abroad, 242.
-, Sherley's, 362.

Bongars, Jacques de, sgr. de Bauldry and de la Chesnaye, Navarre sends to Queen and Germany, 89.

Bonn [Rhenish Prussia, Germany], governor of. See Schwarzemburg, count.

Bonne, François de, sgr. de Lesdiguières, Deguires, Ledigyres, takes town of Savoy, 84; may attack Savoy, 234, 351, 379.

Bonneval [Eure-et-Loire, France], 285.

Bonucci, Stefano, cardinal of SS. Marcellino and Pietro, bishop of Arezzo, dies, 19.

Bonyvall. See Berton, Pierre de.

books, referred to, 117:
-, of speeches, etc., at French States General, 27.
-, Sannes' pamphlets, 108.
-, Stafford's, on Armada, 126.
-, on fireworks, 132.
-, bible. 148; translations of it, 242.
-, Orange's Apology, 181.
-, Mornay's Méditations sur les psaumes, 235.
-, Dutch, against England, 299.
-, by Deventer, 317, 318.
-, Willoughby's Apology, 404.

Borchgrave. See Burchgrave.

Bordeaux, Bordox, Burdaux, Burdious, Burdioux [Cironde, France]:
-, Malins trades to, 35; many English trade to, 247.
-, ships of, wrecked, 36.
-, governor of. See Goyon, Jacques.
-, parlement of, 32.
-, post of, 81.

Bordewes. See Bardes, William.

Borlas, Borlace, Borlase, Bourlace, Burlacy, Burlas, William, marshal and deputy-governor of' Flushing:
-, letters from, 226, 242, 253, 262, 275, 284, 300, 313, 327, 336, 349, 356, 370, 374, 393.
-, letters from, referred to, 313, 314, 349, 356, 371.
-, letters to, 385, 390, 391.
-, letters to, referred to, 300, 311, 327, 336, 337, 349, 356, 385, 393.
-, takes general musters, 226, 242, 249; his expenses therein, 262; Digges criticises, 281; he blames commissaries, 262, 349.
-, asks for a company, 243, 262.
-, would yield Ostend to States, 243; inspected it, 259; urges its reinforcement, 284.
-, asks for guns for Flushing ships, 253; and for own ship, 356.
-, complains of apparel: suggestions by, on pay, 275.
-, urges reinforcement of Flushing, 284; bands stronger since arrival of, 300; asks for 400 men, 314; will send none to Ostend, 327.
-, hears of letters about Ostend, 287.
-, dispute between States and, over Vasseur's arrest, 300, 311, 313, 313–4.
-, replaced Errington as deputy-governor, 337.
-, exchanges Darcy's band for Udall's from Bergen, 349.
-, asks Walsingham to be godfather to son, 356, 371; son to be named Francis, 393.
-, would reprove Wyatt, 374.
-, Bodley asks, for men for Heusden, 385; C. of S. ask, 390; Maurice asks, 391; reasons for his refusal, 393.
-, money paid to, 175; gets full pay in weekly lendings, 249.
-, wife of, 356.
-, ship of. See Honde.

Borlinges, Borllings. See Berlengas.

Borogh, Borowe, Borrough. See Burgh.

Borromeo, St. Charles, cardinal, 49.

Bosnia, or Greater Missia, 164.

-, pashas of, 24, 164.

-, treasurer of, 164.

Bostocke, captain, 224.

Bouchier, Boucher, Arthur, captain, troop of, 249.

Bougense. See Beaugency.

Bouillon, Mme. de. See de la Marck, Charlotte.

Boulogne, Bolleine, Bollen, Boullogne, Bullen, Bullin [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, letters dated at, 212, 303, 359.
-, League attack on, 123; League repulsed at, 202; plot at, 210, 311.
-, Queen should aid, 211–2; Buzanval's requests about promised aid, 260; 50 lances going, 262; 300l. paid to van Loo for troops for, 275; trouble over horse-men's pay, 297.
-, seized Calais man, 282.
-, sortie from, 359.
-, seeks supplies in England, 359, 373.
-, Queen kept, for Navarre, 404.
-, declares for Henry IV, 409.
-, Henry VIII's expedition to, 186.
-, lower town at, 359.
-, ships of, 303.
-, inhabitant of. See Maupin, Jacques.
-, governor of. See Bernet, Raymond Roger de.

Boullonais, Boullenaise, Boullenoise [France], 211, 282.

Bourbon, house of, princes of the blood, 27, 28, 397.

-, cardinal of. See Bourbon-Vendôme, Charles de.

-, Charles de, count of Soissons, Sassonne, Soysons, Suassions, Suicon, Swichon, Swison, Syoshon, governor of Brittany, 355:
-, joins Henry III, 90.
-, near Rouen, 231.
-, captured in Brittany, 285, 297, 299, 393; escapes, 342, 393.
-, at Angers, 351, 361; at Rennes, 357; at Vitr6, 387; forces of, 388.

-, Charles de, cardinal of Vendôme, 47, 64, 73.

-, François de, prince of Conti, Condy, Conty, 236, 357.

-, Françoise de, dowager princess of Condé, Condy, 285, 357.

Bourbon-Vendôme, Charles de, cardinal of Bourbon:
-, Queen Mother promised to free, 25.
-, reported death of, 47.
-, cardinals demand release of, 49; Pope demands it., 358, 393.
-, is freer, 73; sent to Amboise, 85; offers of, to Henry II, 95.
-, League proclaims., king, 405, 406, 409.
-, Henry IV sends Épernon for, 409.

-, François de, duke of Montpensier, Mompanser, Mompenser, Mompensier, Mompensir, Monpanser, Moupansiere, Monpansir, Monpansyer, Monpansyre, Montpansier, Montpalsyere, governor of Normandy:
-, goes to Henry III, 33.
-, besieges Falaise, 203" routs Brissac, 220, twice routs gautiers, 227, 228, 263; renews siege, 230; routed Vicques, 231.
-, seeks powder in England, 263.
-, goes to Maine, 342.
-, goes to king, 351; at Caen, 351; leaves C('aen, 361; threatens Rouen, 388; takes Falaise, 389.
-, joins Henry IV, 402, 405.
-, brother of, 86.

-, Henri de, prince of Dombes, son of François, 33; goes to Brittany as governor, 355, 357.

Bourbourg, Burborough [county of Flanders, now Nord, France], 166; 1588 treaty at, 43.

Bourdesire, la. See Babou, Georges.

Bourges [Cher, France], for League, 24; la Chitre at, 48, 84; for king, 282.

-, archbishop of. See Beaune-Semblanqay, Renaud de.

Bourlace. See Borlas, William.

Bourlot. See Burlote, la.

Bournahm, Bournen. See Burnham.

Bourrouge, Michel de, sr. du Halot, the Halot, 405.

Bourry, Jean, sr. de Gersai, Jarsey, 245.

Bouwensz., Bouwen, merchant of Flushing, 170.

Bovisine. See Beauvais.

Bowck. See Buck.

Bowes, Sir John, 368.

Boycomun. See Boiscommii.

Boydel. See Bodley, Thomas.

Boyjoyly, —, 386.

Boyle, James, merchant, of Middelburg, 83.

Brabant, Brabond, Breban, duchy of, Spanish Netherlands, 3, 10, 296: contributions of, to States, 114, 206; brandschattingen of, 294.
-, uncertain if Geertruidenberg in, 147.
-, States' spies in, 196.
-, enemy go from Ostend to, 200; threatens places in, 218, 279; eliny go to Ostend from, 245.
-, Maurice governor of, 237.
-, not represented in States General, 239, 307.
-, enemy garrisons oppress, 339; they take field, 401.
-, States of, 186.
-, See also Brussels.

Brackenbury, Brakenbury, Ailthony, captain. Ostend sergeant-major, prisoner, 382.

Brakel, Braeckel, Brakell [Gelderland, Netherlands], enemy takes, 380, 384, 391; and garrisons, 392.

Brame. See Bremen.

braitcarde, 386.

Brancas, André de, sgr. de Villars, governor of Hâvre, Newhaven: letter from, 329; letters from and to, referred to, 403.
-, neutral: expels Huguenots, 44.
-, may make de Chatte Leaguer, 153; still in touch with him, 403.
-, Parma sends to: would keep Sta. Ana, 197.
-, sets out ships, 203; against Dieppe, 231.
-, wants truce, 221.
-, Hautefort and boat of, seized, 303, 342, 363; demands their release, 329.
-, not disloyal, 363.
-, Spanish money for, 402.
-, Aldred's mission to, 402–3.
-, mother of. See Joyeuse, Catherine de.

Brandenburg, elector of. See John George.
-, margrave of. See George Frederick.

-, Joachim Frederick of, administrator of Magdeburg, 1; letter from, referred to, 364.

Bratleye, lieutenant-colonel, 224, 225.

Brazil, English seize States' ships trading to, 52, 53, 149, 150, 161; also Spanish, 361.

Bream, Breame. See Bremen.

Breban. See Brabant.

Breda, Bredae. Bredawe, Breddawe, Bridawe [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 154:
-, papers dated at, 187.
-, enemy gather at, 155, 166, 202; signal to Geertruidenberg, 168, 207; gates of, shut, 182; Parma at, 195.
-, J. Wingfield and wife at, 200, 204, 272.
-, governor of. See Lanzavecchia, Odoardo.

Bredcake, John, master of John Bonaventure of London, 239–40.

Brederode, Wolffart van, captain, slain, 194.

Bredges, Breges. See Bruges.

Brell. See Brielle, the.

Bremen, Brame, Bream, Breame [Germany]:
-, letter dated at, 286.
-, imperial rescript to, against Merchant Adventurers, 51–2; referred to, 197; asks Emperor to suspend rescript, 241; it is postponed, 331.
-, Knibbe at, 285.
-, van den Bergh's mission to, 331.
-, archbishop of, 331.
-, chapter of, 241, 331.

Brescia [Lombardia, Italy], 201.

Bresse, la [France], 286, 379.

Bretaign, Bretany, Bretten. See Brittany.

Bretons. See under Brittany.

Brett, Bret, Bright, Arthur, captain, dead, 377; money paid to, 176; company of, from Brielle goes to Portugal, 9, 72, 74, 138; company of, to return to Brielle, 377.

Brewton, Robert, 176.

Breye, Henry, letter from, 367.

Briant, count. See Luxembourg, Charles de.

Bridawe. See Breda.

Bridges, —, 36.
-, - See Bruges.
-, bridges:
-,-, of boats, 156, 270.
-,-, Ostend drawbridges, 44.
-,-, at Blois, 208.
-,-, at Mont Plaisir, 211.
-,-, at Tours, 244, 245.
-,-, enemy builds, over Maas, 299; enemy prepares, near Heusden, 373, 396, 401, 407; enemy builds, at Wijk, 391.
-,-, at Poissy, 357.
-,-, over Oise, 375, 387.

Bridgewater [co. Somerset], 89.

Brielle, the, Brell, Briel, Briele, Briell, Brill, Brille, Bryle, Bryll [S. Holland, Netherlands], 155, 235: letters dated at, 74, 276, 322, 350.
-, Portugal forces at, 114.
-, States would recover, 222; importance to Queen of, 291.
-, ship of. See Waterhoutnd.
-, garrison of:
-,-, creditors of, in England, 18.
-,-, States' imprests to, to be repaid, 68, 122, 146; States ask repayment, 77, 217, 370; Ortel asks repayment, 255.
-,-, note of bands in, 72, 138.
-,-, to send men to Bergen, 65, 72, 106.
-,-, needs reiniforcing, 74; States protest at size of, 76; Burgh asks for men, etc., for, 291, 350.
-,-, Borlas musters, 226, 242; to be mustered again, 377.
-,-, note of needs of, 291–2; estimate of victuals at, 308.
-,-, Brett's band to return to, 377.
-,-, States See k troops for Heusden from, 385, 390, 393, 397.
-,-, money paid to, 175; lead, etc., supplied to, 176; checks claimed by States on, 250.
-,-, cannoneers of, 175.
-,-, captains and companies in. See Brett, Arthur; Burgh, Sir Jom; Burgh, Thomas; Norris, Sir Henry; Price, John; Vavasour, Thomas.
-,-, clerk of munition in. 1See Moreton, James.
-,-, commissary of musters in. See Thorisby, George.
-,-, gentleman porter of. See Palmer, Barnaby: Raynsford, Giles.
-,-, governor of. See Burgh, Thomas, lord.
-,-, lieutenant-governor of, 74, 243, 262.
-,-, marshal of. See Knyvett, Thomas; Price, John.
-,-, provost-marshal of. See Payne, Richard.
-,-, treasurer, deputy-, at. See Thorisby, George.
-,-, water bailiff of. See Bassano, Andrew.
-,-, See also cautionary towns.

Brienne, Briennes. See Luxembourg, Charles de.

Bright. See Brett.

Brigneux, Briniaux, Brynneux, N. de, governor of Beaugency, 28, 357

Brisac, Brisack, Brisak, Brisake, Brissac, Brissacke. See Cossé, Charles de.

Brissells, Brissels. See Brussels.

Brisson, Brison, Pierre, dean of Reims, League sends to Pope, 196; instructions for, 179–80.

Bristol, Bristoll, Bristow, Brystolle, Brystowe [co. Gloucester], 125.
-, - inhabitants of. See Colston, William; Jones, Roger; Pollyngton, Thomas; Walton, William.

Brittany, Bretaign, Bretany, Bretten, Britene, Brytaign, duchy of [France], 358:
-, Mercoeur gone to, 24.
-, Tupper's report on, 182.
-, many join king in, 227, 228.
-, Soissons captured in, 285, 297, 299; escapes and takes field in, 342; gentry flock to him after escape, 387; forces of, 388.
-, Bretons bring news from Portugal, 336.
-, news from, 355.
-, Retz went to, 357.
-, ship of, escapes Drake, 384.
-, governors of. See Bourbon, Charles de, count of Soissons; Bourbon-Vendôme, Henri de.

Broages. See Brouage.

Broche, captain, 287.

Brockes, Giles, Liverpool shipmaster, 383.

Brokebancke, Nicholas, master of Centurion, 161.

Bromley, Robert, 176.

Brooke, Francis, 162.

-, William, baron Cobham, lord warden of Cinque Ports, privy councillor:
-, letters signed by, 226, 293; letters to, 372, 397.
-, connives at trade with enemy, 35.
-, Ostend petitions, 372.
-, man of. See West, Harry.

-, —, London merchant, letter to, 202.

Brosse, captain la, 90.

Brouage, Broages [Charente Inf., France], 363.

Brough. See Burgh.

Browne, Richard, victualler, 115.

-, William, captain:
-, Borlas sends muster books by, 242, 262.
-, money paid to, 176.
-, company of, at Flushing, 72, 138; checks of, 174; muster of, 215.

Bruce, Robert, 56.

Bruges, Bredges, Breges, Bridges, Brudges, Brudgis, Bruidges, Brydges [W. Flanders, Belgium], 243, 258, 398:
-, Parma going to, 10, 189.
-, preparations at, 102, 118, 248, 257, 265.
-, urges attack on Ostend, 158, 235, 266; contributes for it, 284.
-, Stanley's forces near, 166; Stanley in at, 202.
-, enemy retires from Ostend to, 185.

Bruges, M de, 237.

Brunswick [Germany], 270, 286.

-, duke of. See Heinrich Julius; Julius.

Brunswick-Lüneburg, duke of. See Otto II.

Brussels, Brissells, Brissels, Bruselles, Brusells, Brusills, Brusils, Brusselles, Brussills, Bruxelles, Bruxells, Bruxels, Bruzelles, Bruzels [Brabant, Belgium], 224:
-, letters dated at, 105, 109, 110, 244.
-, enemy go from Bergen to, 2.
-, Parma at, 10, 16, 20, 99, 118.
-, boat from Antwerp to, 20.
-, Kirkham going to, 34, 35; Mitchell at, 263; spy sent to, 312.
-, Stanley's forces near, 35.
-, Mayenne's envoy at, 50.
-, States meet at, 148, 257, 258, 292.
-, Parma returns to, 217, 222, 408.
-, Creake and Holt at, 263.
-, news from, 359.
-, bishop of, 118.
-, church at, 263.
-, stone port at, 264.

Bruter, William, spy, letter from, 193–4.

Brydges. See Bruges.

Brye, M. de, 379.

Bryle, Bryll. See Brielle, the.

Brynneux. See Brigneux.

Brysacke, Brysake, Bryssake. See Cossé, Charles de.

Brystolle, Brystowe. See Bristol.

Brytaign. See Brittany.

Buchenhorst, Buckehurst, Buckenhorst, Buckhurst. See Sackville, Thomas.

Buck, Bowck, John, captain, 332:
-, money paid to, 176.
-, company of, at Bergen, 138; to go
-, to Portugal, 9; not to go, 71.

Buda Pest, Buda [Hungary], 88, 164, 402.

-, late pasha, beglerbeg, of. See Yusu Pasha.

Bueren, earl of. See Egmont, Maximilian van.

Buffleet. See Byfleet.

Bugdania, Bogdania, 165.

-, prince of, 88, 347, 401.

Buhy, Buhuy, de. See Mornay, Pierre de.

Bullen, Bullin. See Boulogne.

Bullonia. See Bologna.

bulls, papal, referred to:
-, in cena domini, 49.
-, monitory against Henry III, 326, 358; Lilly cannot get copy of, 376.

Buonvisi, —, clerk of Roman camera, 20.

Burborough. See Bourbourg.

Burchgrave, Borchgrave, Daniel de, 86; letter from, 104; letters to, referred to, 276, 315.

Burdaux, Burdious, Burdioux. See Bordeaux.

Buren [Gelderland, Netherlands], 271.

-, count, earl, of. See Egmont, Maximilian van.

-, countess of. See Egmont, Anna van; Nassau, Maria of.

Burgh, Barrou, Borogh, Borowe, Borrough, Brough, Burghe, Sir John:
-, letter from, 59; referred to, 50.
-, asks for imprest, 59; asks for arrears of pay, 330; money paid to, 175, 176.
-, company of, at Brielle, 72, 138, 377. See also Andrews.
-, troop of: at Amersfort and to go to Portugal, 9, 59; expense of reinforcing, 50, 59; embarks. 111; Willoughby to hasten, 128; mustered at Amersfoort,142; discharged, 158–9; horses brought by, 168; lieutenant of. See Williams, Thomas.

-, Thomas, lord, governor of the Brielle, 377:
-, letters from, 74, 276, 291, 322, 350; letter to, referred to, 322.
-, to reinforce Ostend and Bergen, 65.
-, to examine accounts with States, 137, 145, 205; this postponed, 251.
-, unwell, 276.
-, asks for men and supplies, 291, 350; note of needs by, 291–2; exchanged corn for powder, 308.
-, thanks Walsingham, 322.
-, money paid to, 175, 176.
-, company of, at Brielle, 72, 100, 138, 312.

Burghet, Gerarde. See Barnes, Thomas.

Burghley. See Cecil, William.

Burgos, Burgus [Burgos, Spain], 151.

Burgundy, county of. See Franche-Comté.

-, duchy of [France], Corso and Tavannes in, 71; for king, 92; king going to, 96, 179; for Mayenne, 136; royalist, successes in, 286.

Burin, countess of. See Nassau, Maria of.

Burlacy, Burlas. See Borlas, William.

Burlote, Bourlot, captain la, governor of Oorderen, 10, 328.

Burnham, Bournahm, Bournen, Burneham, Edward, water-bailiff of Flushing, 98, 132; money paid to, 175.

Busanval, Busanvall, Buzanval, Buzenvall. See Choart, Paul.

Butler, George, of W. Knollys' troop, 181.

-, Sir Philip, 82, 83.

-, Dr., vicar-general of bishop of Cassano, 105.

Buy. See Mornay, Pierre de.

Byam, William, master of Golden Lion of London, 239–40.

Byenor. See Bickner.

Bye, Bie, Joris de, treasurer-general of United Provinces, 120, 230; letter from, 391; letter to, 111.

Byfleet, Buffleet [eo. Surrey], parson of, 241.

Bylly's almanac, 74.

Byskeye. See Biscay.

Bythonium, 193.



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