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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 23: January-July 1589 (1950), pp. 478-486. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75265 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Hage, captain, 287.

Hague, Haag, Haeghe, Hage, Hagge, Hagh, Haghe, Haigh, Haughe, the [S. Holland, Netherlands], 143, 235, 265, 333:
-, letters and papers dated at, 2, 8, 11, 18, 19, 23, 29, 31, 32, 34, 37, 40, 44, 46, 50, 51, 52, 53, 56, 57, 59, 61, 64, 66, 67, 69, 79, 80, 98, 99, 102, 106, 110, 111, 112, 114, 116, 121, 122, 123, 128, 130, 141, 148, 155, 157, 168, 182, 195, 200, 204, 208, 217, 225, 257, 264, 265, 271, 274, 278, 299, 309, 311, 313, 324, 330, 369, 370, 372, 373, 381, 385, 390, 391, 392, 400, 401, 406.
-, Digges requires lodging in, 62; he was long kept at, 210.
-, Huddleston rented house at, 83.
-, Maurice leaves, 156.
-, Schenk at, 271, 276.
-, news from, 280.
-, Bodley returning to, 288, 290.
-, college of States at, 307.
-, Vasseur taken to, 327.
-, Kammingha goes to, 344.
-, court at. See Holland, provincial court of.

Haidelberg. See Heidelberg.

Hainault, Hennecow, Hennegou, county of [Spanish Netherlands], 328; troops sent to, 10; will not allow Parma Spanish councillors, 396.

Hall, Richard, captain, 251.

Halle, M. the, 228.

Hallingiert. See Neufville, Charles de.

Halot, M. the. See Bourrouge, Michel de.

Hamburg, Hamborch, Hamborough, Hamborow, Hamborowe [Germany], 154, 285, 341:
-, letters dated at, 38, 270, 319.
-, invites Merchants Adventurers to return, 106.
-, English spoiled ship of, 160.
-, gets imperial decree against Adventurers, 197; Adventurers should finally forsake, 241–2; interlopers at, 280.
-, England suffers from free trade of, 198.
-, ships lading for Spain, 198, 202; Netherlanders finance trade, 232, 241; they await result of Portugal expedition, 269.
-, Milward cannot get loan at, 232, 269; his friend at, 279.
-, English export guns to, 240–1.
-, trade of, with Italy and Upper Germany, 241; greater trade at, than inland, 331.
-, money should be sent for Henry III's levy to, 321.
-, mission of van den Bergh, etc., to, 331.
-, Dutch blockade Dunkirkers at, 331.
-, Bellamy at, 366.
-, governors and aldermen of, letter from, 106.
-, inhabitants of. See Croeger, Henry; Greff, Giles de; Krieger, John; Schelle, Henry; Shuveer, Lawrence.
-, secretary of. See Bergen, Sebastian à.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hanceman, Hancheman, Cornelis, 244.

-,Pieter, 244.

Hanse towns, the:
-, Merchants Adventurers ruining, 51; get imperial decree expelling Adventurers, 197.
-, corn lading for Spain in, 198, 202, 232, 241.
-, ships seized at Lisbon, 331, 354, 363, 384, 410; goods to be sold, 377; some ships escaped, 383.
-, send guns, etc., to Spain, 202.
-, Parma sends van den Bergh to, 331.
-, See also Bremen; Eastland; Elizabeth, relations with Germany; Hamburg; Lubeck.

Haraucourt. See Longueval, Jean Antoine de.

Harbolt, 166.

Harborne, William, letter from, on Turkey trade and embassy, 112–3; instructions of, referred to, 132; Turks broke promises to 133.

Harburg-on-Elbe, Harborgh, [Hanover, Germany], 285, 286.

-, duke of. See Otto II.

Harcarte castle, 203.

Hardi, a French boy, 352, 389.

Harington, captain, 407.

Harjola, Francisco de, proveedor at San Sebastian, 172.

Harland, 105.

Harlay, Achille de, premier président of Paris parlement, 402.

-, Nicolas de, sr. de Sancy, Henry III sends, to Swiss, 124; gets loan, 233; leads troops to king, 364.

Harlingen [Friesland, Netherlands], 6.

-, sergeant-major of. See Perceval, Christopher.

Harris, —, English exile, letter to, 367.

Harrow, Harou[co. Middlesex], 365.

Hart, Harte, John [aft. Sir John], alderman of London, 297.

-, Richard, captain, 176; company of, at Flushing, 72, 138; its checks, 174; muster of it, 216.

-, William, letter from, 242.

Hassan Pasha, Bassa, Assan Aga, Turkish admiral:
-, would attack Spain, 12.
-, to sail against Barbary rebels, 13, 24, 87; prepares galleys, 62, 133; sailing doubtful, 88; sails, 347; may meet Doria, 375. says Persian peace likely, 133.

-, beglerbeg of Cervan, 87, 133.

Hastings, Henry, earl of Huntingdon, man of, 223.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, lord chancellor, letters signed by, 148, 226, 236, 293, 385, 398; letters to, 40, 186, 409; house of, 248.

Haughe. See Hague, the.

Haulser, Haulsher. See Hulcher.

Hautefort, Hauteford, Hoteford, Edmé de, League captain, slain, 358, 375, 379.

-, Réné de, sgr. de l'Estrange, 70.

-, —, captain, letter from, 363;
-, English arrest, 303; Villars asks release of, 329; was carrying powder, 342; Aldred deals about, 403.

Hautemer, Guillaume de, sgr. de Fervaques, Fervakis, governor of Dijon, 81, 388.

Hautlieu, —, 70.

Havana [Cuba, West Indies], 97, 350.

Haverdin, l', 366.

Hâvre de Grace, Abire, Newhaven, Niue Haven [Seine Inf., France]:
-, letter dated at, 329.
-, ships wrecked off, 36, 44.
-, Huguenots expelled from, 44.
-, Groulart at, 153.
-, English should blockade, 203.
-, ships prepare at, 203; Paris and Rouen want ships of, against Dieppe, 228, 231; ships prepare against Dieppe, 231; Dieppe prepares ships against, 361.
-, money brought from Spain to, 221.
-, Mayenne's proclamation sent to, 227.
-, Welles urges seizure of ship of, 228.
-, Hautefort's boat seized on way to, 303; Villars asks release, 329; it carried powder for, 342; Hautefort's petition, 363; Aldred deals about it, 402–3.
-, W. Countrymen would take powder to, 387.
-, English seized ships of, 402.
-, governor of. See Brancas, André de.
-, galleon at. See Santa Ana.
-, roadstead of, 402.

Hawkins, William, 161.

Hay, Francis, earl of Erroll, Arel, Arroll, 366; letter from, 56.

-, Fr. John, Observantine, 366.

Heath, Haythe, Heythe, Anthony, 368.

-, Edmund, 368.

-, Robert, 368.

-, Thomas, English Catholic exile, letter from, 367–8; Bellamy's confession about, 365; serving Parma, 366; sisters of. See Denam; Ryche.

Heaymart. See Hemert.

Hechema, Joost, Joist, van, letter signed by, 131.

Hedichusen, Heechusen [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 270.

Heel. house of [Gelderland, Netherlands], 381.

Heermale, Floris, letters and papers signed by, 76, 77, 217, 278, 373.

Heidelberg, Haidelberg, Heidelberge, Heydelberg [Rhenish Palatinate, Germany], letters dated at, 154, 177, 218, 309, 364, 367; university of, 242; Bellamy examined in castle of, 365.

Heigham, Higham, Arthur, commissary of musters at Flushing:
-, letters from, 249, 300.
-, papers signed by, 174.
-, money paid to, 175.
-, muster abbreviate sent by, 216, 249.
-, asks for increased pay, 249.
-, asks for instructions, 300.

Heinrich Julius, duke of Brunswick, son of Julius, to marry Elizabeth of Denmark, 270, 285.

Helme, William, captain, 176.

Helmebridg, captain, 293.

Hemert, Heaymart, Hemor, castle [N. Brabant, Netherlands], enemy takes, 276, 279, 287, 295, 322; and fortifies, 391; and garrisons, 392.

Hemertsche Waard, Hemerweerdt, Hemerweert [Gelderland, Netherlands], States forces in, 271; enemy in, mutiny, 280; enemy retire to, 392.

Hendar, Hender, Hynder, Degory, captain:
-, money paid to, 176.
-, company of, at Flushing to go to Portugal, 9, 72; gone, 138; checks of, 174; to return, 376, 382.

Hendrichsz., Albert, printer to States of Holland, 318.

Hendrickson, Henrickson, Nicholas, master of White Dog of Hoorn, 150, 161.

Heneage, Henaige, Henedge, Sir Thomas, privy councillor, 121; letters signed by, 236, 293, 398, 400.

Henlopen. See Hindeloopen.

Hennecow, Hennegou. See Hainault.

Henrickson. See Hendrickson.

Henry VII, king of England, 163.

Henry VIII, king of England, 186.

Henry II, king of France, 168.

Henry III, king of France, 114, 327, 330:
-, letters from, 95; referred to, 14, 15, 48, 135, 231, 342, 351.
-, letters to, 92, 300, 340; referred to, 55, 78, 80, 93, 95, 126, 177, 389.
-, closes Blois States General, 17, 18, 27, 33, 62; his proposals about clerical revenues, 27, 33; States present cahiers to, 63.
-, minions of, unpopular, 27.
-, makes Bellegard grand escuyer, 33; favours him, 74, 81, 94.
-, report of death of, 62; keeps his room, 70; ill, 84.
-, gives no audiences, 74, 78, 81, 92.
-, Buckhurst sends son to serve, 300.
-, relations with League:
-,-, executed Guises, 6, 10, 16, 179; reasons for it, 26; account of it, 47.
-,-, going to Chartres, 6.
-,-, declaration about Guises' executions by, 7; this referred to, 6, 14, 24, 48.
-,-, disposes of Guises' offices, 15, 64.
-,-, imprisons Bourbon, Nemours, etc., 15; threatens them, 24; assures them their lives, 25.
-,-, vainly sought to capture Mayenne, 17, 47, 48; tempts and threatens him, 24; he will not yield to, 28; but will await papal decision about, 47.
-,-, will declare openly when sees success at Orléans, 17; stays all other proceedings, 32; Aumont sends for aid to, 33; all depends on it, 44,136; loss of it a sore blow to, 85.
-,-, visited Queen Mother after executions, 19; her distress, 24.
-,-, towns and nobles desert, 24, 33, 44, 47, 63, 95; poor prospects of, 28, 47; some forces desert, 48.
-,-, sends again for Nevers, 26; who thinks all lost, 73; fears Nevers, 78; has not seen him, 84; sees him, 94.
-,-, sends Bourbon, etc., to Amboise, 27; the Longnac affair, 28, 72–4, 77–8, 81, 93–4; their probable fate, 47; said to kill them, 50.
-,-, says nothing about Guises' process, 27; is making it, 33.
-,-, Sorbonne excommunicates, 33, 50; Paris treats with, 48; and forbids speaking ill of, 81, 227, 231.
-,-, was warned against executing Guises, 48; gained nothing by it, 105; Lancôme's comment, 134.
-,-, summons all forces, 48, 85, 96, 233; orders levies, 70, 233; summons nobility, 84, 92, 233.
-,-, publishes general pardon, 48.
-,-, Épernon coming to, 62, 63, 90; his presence needed, 70; he sends forces to, 74; needs Épernon but is angry with him, 85, 94; Épernon is near to, 98.
-,-, local governors cannot spare forces for, 63.
-,-, going to Rouen, 63; sends to take Tours, 81, 85; still at Blois, 85; going to Burgundy, 96; expected in Brittany, 182.
-,-, Nemours' escape, 69, 70, 73, 74, 85; takes other prisoners to Amboise, 85, 94, 95, 96; plot to release them, 126.
-,-, releases duchess of Nemours, 69–70; she is to treat with Mayenne, 70–1, 126; she will do little, 73; she may move Nemours, 74; she shall answer for Mayenne, 85; she sees Mayenne, 96; he is unlikely to agree with, 135.
-,-, Venetian ambassador blames, for slackness, 70.
-,-, financiers offer loan to, 70.
-,-, declaration of, against League, referred to, 71, 78, 90, 92, 96.
-,-, has 7,000 foot, 71; Nevers' forces join, 85; forces growing, 90, 92; they gather slowly, 96; foot strong, horse weak, 188.
-,-, all beyond Loire for, 92; most towns against, 95, 97; Poitou, etc., for, 98.
-,-, said to leave Blois in disorder, 102; shut up there, 126.
-,-, Dauphiné truce sent to, 124; and approved by, 179.
-,-, overtures to Mayenne through legate, 179, 180, 196; Mayenne will not agree, 208.
-,-, sent assassins to Mayenne, 180.
-,-, agreement between Navarre and. See Henry of Navarre.
-,-, Mayenne takes field against, 180, 196; he lacks forces, 203; he missed chance through this, 208, 212.
-,-, and Navarre will attack Chartres, 188; does little, 203; has strong army at Angers, 220; at Tours very strong, 231, 234; numbers there, 233.
-,-, plot against, fails, 208, 228.
-,-, Mayenne has strong forces at Étampes, 220, 233; he has only small forces, 237.
-,-, Mayenne's vanguard defeated, 227, 228, 230, 232; he defeats Brienne, 231, 236.
-,-, confiscations by, 236.
-,-, recalls Navarre to Tours, 236–7; forces increase, 244.
-,-, repulses Mayenne at Tours, 244–5. Épernon joins, 245.
-,-, said to be before Paris, 282; prepares to attack Mayenne, 285; hopes soon to be in Paris, 291.
-,-, success of, relieves Dutch, 322.
-,-, takes Jargeau and Pithiviers, 334, 393; takes fitampes, 334–5, 351, 357.
-,-, plans to besiege Paris, 335; marches on it, 355; said to besiege it, 342, 351; it is said to treat with, 361–2.
-,-, quarrels with Épernon, 335; they agree, 336; is weary of him, 386.
-,-, Swiss levies marching to, 335, 358, 359, 375; their numbers, 376; join Longueville, 379; join king, 387, 390; reviews them, 386.
-,-, forces increase, 336; Welles' accounts of them, 342, 351, 388; Lilly's account, 357–8.
-,-, Buzanval fears, may agree with League, 341.
-,-, Poitiers revolts after visit of, 355
-,-, Gondi, etc., come to, 357.
-,-, takes Poissy, 357; besieges Pontoise, 358–9, 362, 380; siege goes slowly, 375; batters town, 379, 385; it treats with, 387; takes it, 385–6, 389, 393, 394; heavy losses at, 390.
-,-, German levy marching to, 376, 379, 387.
-,-, needs friends, money, powder, 376; army lacks victuals, 386; it has plenty, 387.
-,-, two Rouen friars go to, 389.
-,-, Welles asks, for release, 406.
-,-, See also Boulogne; Brittany; Burgundy; Calais; Cambrai; Dauphiné Dieppe; Hâvre; League, Catholic; Lorraine, Charles de; Paris; Rouen.
-, assassination of:
-,-, Lilly's account of, 394; Scofeld's account, 397; Chatte's account, 402; Aldred's account, 403; Walsingham hears of, 404.
-,-, referred to, 405, 406, 409.
-,-, relations with England. See Elizabeth, relations with France.
-, relations with German states:
-,-, Épernon's levy there for, 35.
-,-, should seek princes' aid, 91.
-,-, no levies in N.W. fur, 202.
-,-, Parma sends to intercept forces coming to, 266.
-,-, sends Schomberg, 286, 341, 349; is ill served there, 364; Schomberg expected there, 379, 394; he should be hastened, 395; Barradat at Frankfurt, 394.
-,-, reiters muster at Frankfurt for, 292; they raid in Lorraine, 359; they march to him, 376; Longueville meeting them, 379; League fails to intercept them, 387.
-,-, estimated cost of levy for, 321; Pallavicino's opinion on it, 349, 362; Casimir's opinion, 364.
-, relations with Italian States:
-,-, sends declaration about Guises to Venice, 24, 48.
-,-, sends Retz, 73, 85–6.
-,-, should seek their aid, 91.
-,-, Venice and Florence urge cause of, with Pope, 201.
-,-, Pope urges Venice to dismiss ambassador of, 302.
-,-, Elizabeth should urge Venice to support, 303.
-,-, League courier seized at Pisa, 326.
-,-, seeks loan from Venice, 327.
-, relations with Lorraine. See Charles II.
-, relations with papacy. See Sixtus V and France.
-, relations with Savoy. See Charles Emmanuel I.
-, relations with Spain. See Farnese, Alexander, relations with France; Mendoza, Bernardino de; Philip II, relations with France.
-, relations with Swiss:
-,-, they will not aid, 63; should seek their aid, 91; they will join, 96.
-,-, sends Sancy, 124, 179; who gets loan, 233; negotiations with Venice on it, 326.
-,-, levy made there for, 208, 233–4, 286.
-,-, levies march to, 302, 364; they meet Longueville, 335, 379; they are near Meaux, 357, 358; coming to Étampes, 359; at St. Arnoult, 375; their numbers, 376, 388; reviews them, 386; they join, 387, 390, 393.
-, cabinet of, 72:
-,-, Guise slain near, 47.
-,-, the quarantecinq of, 73.
-,-, only grand prior and Bellegard enter, 74, 81.
-,-, Henry III slain in, 402.
-, court of, 10, 172, 203, 212, 231:
-,-, de Chatte at, 6.
-,-, Morosini at, 25.
-,-, dislikes minions, 27.
-,-, ‘base court,’ 72.
-,-, Lilly at, 92, 380.
-,-, Dieppe news from, 165, 220, 389.
-,-, Mendoza leaves, 188.
-,-, at meeting of king and Navarre, 236.
-, council of:
-,-, sent to Vendôme. 69, 81.
-,-, lacks able councillors, 70; has only la Guiche and Lenoncourt, 74.
-,-, king is his own counsellor, 94.
-,-, timid, 236; frightened, 341.
-, grand almoner of, 73.
-, guards of: the quarantecinq, 47, 73, 334; Scots, 95. See also Montpezat, Honoré de; St. Malin; Seton, Patrick.
-, procureur-général of, 84.
-, a secretary of. See Vymont.

Henry IV, king of France and Navarre, Navarra, Navere, le Navarin:
-, letters from, 246; referred to, 114, 209, 389.
-, letters to, referred to, 364, 371.
-, goes to meet Épemon, 6–7.
-, Huguenot assembly promises aid to, 7.
-, will attack Nevers, 7; takes Loudun, 17; takes Niort, 24, 89; truce between Nevers and, 26; rumour of battle between them, 28, 33.
-, said to send king forces, 24; detests king's action, 63.
-, rumours of conversion of, 24.
-, good prospects of, 28, 94.
-, Henry III should join, 57; Elizabeth urges it, 91.
-, king said to deliver prisoners to 73; may benefit by Longnac affair, 78; not party to it, 94.
-, forces of, near Saumur, 73, 79, 81; they march towards king, 96; king is near, 98.
-, man of, at Henry III's court, 73, 78, 81, 90.
-, Mayenne's overtures to, 81. ill, 89.
-, sends Bongars to England, 89.
-, Stafford thinks king in touch with, 94; Lilly assured of it, 96.
-, deals with Dutch about German levy, 114; Dutch dealings with, referred to, 237; 1587 German levy for, 321.
-, thinks well of W. Devereux, 152.
-, negotiates with Henry III, 171; forces of, enter Poitou and Touraine, 179; Mayenne accuses king of union with, 180; said to have met king, 188; agreement expected, 234.
-, Stafford brings note of king's accord with, 208; towns given to, 227; appointed lieutenant-general, 227, 236.
-, and Montmorency cross Loire, 220; camp of, at Vendôme, 227; forces of, near Tours, 233, 234; forces of, recalled over Loire, 236–7.
-, meets Henry III, 228, 233; description of meeting, 236.
-, goes to Saumur, 244; returns to aid king against Mayenne at Tours, 245; news of victory of, 270.
-, sends to hasten Scots levy, 246; a Scot going to, 247.
-, Portugal voyage deserters going to, 248; some join, 336; their poor condition, 357.
-, said to be before Paris, 282.
-, at Châteaudun and routs Sauveuse, 285, 355.
-, at Pithiviers siege, 334; at Étampes siege, 334–5; Jargeau kept by, 357.
-, goes to view Paris, 335, 342; returns, 336; defeated Parisian horse, 351.
-, Elizabeth cannot allow ruin of, 341; she won and kept Boulogne for, 404.
-, gentry with, will serve another month, 357.
-, at taking of Poissy, 357; la Force joins, 358.
-, at Pontoise siege, 362, 380, 390; takes forces over Oise, 375; jests with prisoners, 386; defeated relieving force, 387; opposed the siege, 389.
-, Casimir wrote to, 364.
-, C. Errington going to, 371; A. Sherley goes to, 393, 409.
-, does not esteem 7Eacute;pernon, 386.
-, on good terms with king, 388, 390.
-, election as king of France expected, 397.
-, army makes, protector, 403; and swears loyalty to, 404, 405, 406, 409.
-, swears to maintain Catholicism, 403, 409; promises to go to Mass, 405, 406.
-, takes Meulan, 403; Paris treats with, 406; St. Denis treats with, 409.
-, Buzanval urges Queen to aid, 404–5.
-, plots against, 406.
-, only lacks money, 407; forces of, increase, 409.
-, sends Épernon for the prisoners, 409.
-, relations of, with England. See Elizabeth, relations with France.
-, fleet of, 247–8.
-, guards of, 357.

Hensham, John, of W. Knollys' troop, 181.

heralds, 334, 405.

Hercules, 265.

Herenthals, Herental, Herentalles [Antwerp, Belgium], mutiny at, 299, 396.

heretics. See Protestants.

Herington, Hernithen. See Errington, Nicholas.

Heroldo, 193.

Hertogenbosch, s Bois-le-Ducq, Bolducq, Hertogenbosche [N. Brabant, Netherlands], Maurice may attack, 141, 148; enemy near, 270; Deventer had to leave, 316.

Herwijnen, Herwynen [Gelderland, Netherlands], enemy repulsed at, 381, 384, 391.

Heryngton. See Errington, Nicholas.

Heslinga, Galen, letter signed by, 131.

Hesse, landgrave of. See Philip.

Hetre, Fr. Engelbert de, 367.

Heukelum, Heucklen, Hockelum [S. Holland, Netherlands], 271, 381.

Heusden, Hewsden, Hewsdon, Hoesden, Hosden, Housdon, Howsden, Huesden, Huisdonne, Huisdoune, Husden, Husdon, Huseden, Husedon, Hwesdone [N. Brabant, Netherlands], 295:
-, rout of Maurice's troop from, 141, 148, 272.
-, siege of, feared, 218, 222: enemy three miles from, 223.
-, skirmishes before, 223, 243.
-, some of enemy leave, 258; most of enemy forces near, 266.
-, besieged, 269; enemy four miles from, 271; blockaded, 272, 276, 286.
-, enemy will mask, 270; enemy will invest, 287.
-, loss of Hemert endangers, 279.
-, Mansfelt near, 292, 299.
-, garrison well victualled, 299.
-, rains drive enemy back from, 311, 323, 328.
-, reinforced and revictualled, 311, 314, 322, 323.
-, enemy quiet near, 322, 373.
-, enemy from Blienbeck near, 339; their forces increase, 380, 384; they mean to take, 406.
-, States ask Schenk for troops for, 381; he can spare none, 385, 390, 392.
-, States seek English aid for, 385, 390, 406; can still be entered, 391.
-, enemy brings guns against, 396; and prepares to batter, 407.
-, defeat Mansfelt, 401.
-, governor of. See Lieven, Charles de.

Hewes. See Hughes.

Heydelberg. See Heidelberg.

Heythe. See Heath.

Higham. See Heigham.

Hindeloopen, Henlopen [Friesland, Netherlands], 6.

Hitchcock, Robert, captain, 176.

Hockelum. See Heukelum.

Hody. See Huddy.

Hoesden. See Heusden.

Hogestrate. See Hoogstraeten.

Hohenlohe-Langenberg, Hohenlo, Hohenlohe, Hollack, Hollacke, Hollocke, Philip, count of:
-, Saxon elector writes to Queen for, 45; Brandenburg elector also, 171.
-, no news of, 114; delayed at Emden, 141; expected in Holland, 148; at Amsterdam, 397.
-, brings German forces, 272.
-, States send, back to Germany, 400.
-, may marry countess of Buren, 400.
-, man of. See Yaxley.

Holborn [London], letter dated at, 248; Tambourin in, 365.

Holland, county of, one of the United Provinces, 136, 154, 178, 210, 264, 286, 291:
-, former Frisian wars with, 2; recent Frisian disputes with, 4; H. Aysma visited Leicester in, 107; D. Aysma fled from, 108.
-, Harlingen commands, 6.
-, Suderman in, 14.
-, forces for Portugal leaving, 16.
-, Wachtendonk troops go to, 21.
-, Parma gets news from, 45, 50.
-, enemy takes passengers between Zeeland and, 65.
-, at first favoured Leicester, 86.
-, rivers of, frozen, 103.
-, plot against, 118; Parma's treaty with towns of, broken off, 189.
-, uncertain if Geertruidenberg belongs to, 147; it is claimed by, 159; it is vital to, 174, 211; Parma lets its burghers go to, 187; its loss opens way into, 235.
-, English seized ships of, 149–51, 160–2.
-, Conway would enlist men in, 165.
-, trades with enemy, 166, 296.
-, Junius would return to, 177.
-, Parma attacks, 221; he threatens, 276.
-, prices of arms, etc., in, 246.
-, Ortel asks Queen to urge cooperation with, 255.
-, Hamburg expects surrender of, 270; Giles finds, in ill state, 271–2.
-, Count William coming to, 278.
-, Knibbe returns from, 285.
-, Vere takes forces to, 289.
-, salt tax and verpondingen of, 294; secularised church property in, 295.
-, used as meaning United Provinces, 309.
-, a few enemy troops in, 322; enemy seeks to cross rivers into, 381, 385, 391, 397; enemy may get footing in, 400.
-, Vasseur sent to, 336.
-, Charles gone to, 370.
-, ships prepare in, 378.
-, la Tuilerie may be gone to, 395.

-, advocate of. See Oldenbarnevelt, Jan van.

-, provincial council of, 130.

-, provincial court of, the court at the Hague, 271.

-, governor of. See Nassau, Maurice of.

-, States of:
-, letters from, referred to, 146, 327.
-, letters to, 18, 214; referred to, 216.
-, Caron's mission to, 18; requests about Sonoy to, 214; Sonoy's memorial against, 214–5; Queen's requests to, referred to, 216.
-, meeting of, deferred, 65.
-, ignore C. of S., 80, 140.
-, deputies embarking forces for Portugal, 111; will supply them if delayed, 114; do little for them, 168.
-, to enforce musters placart, 130.
-, States General proceed very slowly without, 140.
-, notes on propositions of, to Norris, 146–7.
-, some of, before Geertruidenberg, 154, 168; responsible for siege, 155; Maurice defends, 159; Parma confirms Geertruidenberg grants from, 186; dealings of garrison with, 205–8.
-, do nothing for Ostend, 166; quarrel with Zeeland over grant for it, 323.
-, complained about cautionary towns' garrisons, 168.
-, exclude Flanders and Brabant from States General, 239.
-, Cleerhagen's relations with, 277; interceded for Utrecht exiles, 316; Utrecht said to be united under, 318.
-, quarrel with Middelburg, 286.
-, printer to. See Hendrichsz., Albert.

-, vice-admiral of. See van der Does, Pieter.

-, See also Amsterdam; Brielle; Dordrecht; Hague; Rotterdam.

-, North, 4; not yet represented at States, 65; trades to Spain, 296; ships lading for Spain in, 378.

Hollocke, count. See Hohenlohe-Langenberg, Philip.

Holmes, James, 239–40.

Holstein, Holsace, land of Hoist, Holsters, duchy of, 232, 285.

-, duke of. See Adolf IX; Christian IV; Philip.

Holstrate. See Hoogstraeten.

Holt, Hoult, Fr. William, S. J., English exile, Mitchell and, 263, 282; Manwaring wrote to, 407; plots against Queen, 408.

Holy See. See papacy.

Homberston. See Humbarston.

Honde, Borlas' ship, of Flushing, 356.

Honflure, Homflyte [Calvados, France], 203.

Honings, Huninges, Hunninges, Charles, captain, at Geertruidenberg, money paid to, 82; Parma releases, 187; at Bergen, 290.

Honselardik, Honslerdyck, Hunslardich [S. Holland, Netherlands], letters dated at, 21, 22, 262.

Houtehuse, Giles van, shipmaster, of Flushing, 162.

Hontelay, earl of. See Gordon, George.

Hooddey. See Huddy.

Hoogstraeten, Hogestrate, Holstrate [Antwerp, Belgium], 223, 407.

Hooks, Hukes, mediaeval Holland faction, 2.

Hoorn, Horne [N. Holland, Netherlands], 4:
-, merchant of. See Fresse, Jacob,
-, ship of. See White Dog.

Horne, William, Sir R. Constable's servant, 240.

Horneby, —, of W. Knollys' troop, 181.

horses, 54, 97, 209, 312:
-, allowances for lost, 9, 61, 251.
-, Mayenne's, 17.
-, Walsingham sent Gourdain, 21.
-, J. Burgh's, 50; pledged to creditors, 59; lost, 227.
-, Gondi's, 90.
-, of Portugal horsebands, 100–1; arrested, 143; note of them, 168; some, at la Rochelle, 247.
-, League, near Boulogne, 211.
-, Emden prices of, 234.
-, Parker's losses of, 324.
-, enemy's, taken near Groningen, 344.
-, for Turkish army, 347.
-, Fr. Hetre falls off his, 367.
-, C. Errington's, 371.
-, a man drawn by, 406.
-, bidet, 386.
-, coach, 198, 234, 332.
-, draught, 321.
-, horseshoes, 324.

Horsey, Jerome, of Muscovy Co., 247.

Hosden. See Heusden.

hospitals, 139.

Hostend. See Ostend.

Hoteford. See Hautefort.

Hottoman, 33

Houfflin, Jean, Willoughby's secretary, sometime councillor of Tournai, delivers declaration to States, 110, 111; asks Queen for pension, 180; Willoughby's patent to, 181.

Hoult. See Holt.

Housdon, Howsden. See Heusden.

Hovenden, Walter, 176.

Howard, Charles, lord, of Effingham, lord admiral, lord high admiral:
-, letters signed by, 226, 236, 293, 385, 398, 400.
-, paper annotated by, 260.
-, passports, etc., of, referred to, 52, 161.
-, Proby does not write to, 35.
-, will move parliament about appeals from admiralty court, 113.
-, and Leveson's case, 149.
-, Seofeld's suit to, 398.

Huddleston, Huddilston, Hudleston, Hurlestone, Richard, late treasurer-at-wars for army in Netherlands, treasurer-at-wars for Portugal expedition, 139:
-, letter from, 52.
-, accounts of, closely examined: asks acquittance, 52; petition of, about accounts, 82–4.
-, Middelburg and Hague houses of, 83.
-, States' debts to, 144; to be settled, 205.
-, died a poor man, 258.

Huddy, Hody, Hooddey, Nicholas, captain, 176; company of, at Ostend, 72, 138.

Huesden, Huisdonne, Huisdoune. See Heusden.

Hughes, Hewes, Roger, of W. Knollys' troop, 181.

Huguenots. See Protestants.

Huit Mille. See Wimille.

Hukes. See Hooks.

Hulcher, Haulser, Haulsher, Hulscher, Hulstart, Adam, merchant, of Middelburg, Maurice urges admiralty suit of, 52–3; Ortel asks restitution of goods of, 150, 160, 161.

-, Edward, Everard, merchant, of Middelburg, Maurice urges admiralty suit of, 52; Ortel urges it, 160.

Humbarston, Homberston, Humbarsten, Humberston, William, P. Proby's cousin, 297:
-, letter from, 312.
-, letters to, 188, 189.
-, suspects one of Walsingham's spies, 34.
-, Proby sends money for Kirkham to, 35.
-, at St. Omer, 188, 189.
-, expenses of, on spies, 312.

Humières, Humyres, Charles de, marquis of Ancre, royal lieutenant in Picardy, 376.

Humphrey, Humfrey, John, deputy-treasurer at Utrecht, 258.

Hungary:
-, Feret to be governor of, 63.
-, Turkish raiders routed in, 87; Emperor refuses compensation, 88.
-, tribute of, sent to Turks, 347.
-, States of, 380.
-, bishop of, 14.
-, general of, 133.
-, prior of, 49.

Huninges, Hunninges. See Honings.

Hunsdon. See Carey, Henry.

Hunslardich. See Honselardik.

Hunt, Edmund, auditor, audit-master, of army in Netherlands, 175, 181, 261.

Hunter, —, 179.

hunting, 282.

Huntingdon, earl of. See Hastings, Henry.

Huntley, Edmund, 176.

-, earl of. See Gordon, George.

Hurault, André, sgr. de Maisse, French ambassador to Venice, Pope asks Venice to dismiss, 302; Spanish ambassador slights, 327, 351.

Hurault de l'Hôpital, Michel, sgr. du Fay, Navarre's ambassador to United Provinces, 114.

hurdles, 267.

Hurlestone. See Huddleston, Richard.

Husden, Husdon, Huseden, Husedon. See Heusden.

Husum [Schleswig-Holstein, Germany], 320.

Huygens, Christopher, greffier of C. of S., letters signed by, 264, 390.

Hwesdone. See Heusden.

Hynder. See Hendar.



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