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'Index: A', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 443-447. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75320 Date accessed: 17 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Aa, vander, influence over Walsingham, 301.

Aachen, Akon [German Empire], wounded brought to, 160, 170.

Achez, Jean d', seigneur de Thoraise, Thouraise, troop of, 299.

Act of Restriction, limiting powers of Council of State, 230.

Barnevelt shows dislike of, 261
-, considered cause of loss of Deventer, 331
-, Bracle in danger because of, 332
-, Leicester reproached with, 336.

Admiral, lord. See Howard, Charles lord.

- of Holland. See Nassau, Justin of.

Admiralty of England, 187.

- judge of. See Aubrey, Dr. William.

- of Zeeland, 184, 216.

unjust dealings over prizes 391-2
-, wishes to be advised when any goods sent to Dunkirk, 431.

Admiralty jurisdiction, opposition of States to Leicester's authority touching, 408.

Aelst. See Alost.

Aerschot, duke of. See Croy, Philippe de.

Aerssens, Arcens, Arzennes, Cornelis, greffier of the States General, 301.

papers signed by, 1, 28, 67, 72, 219, 225, 227, 230, 245, 282, 307, 310, 312, 317, 319, 328, 334, 338, 340, 346.

maliciously affected to Leicester and English, 381.

Aeswijn
-, Reinhard van, heer tot Brakel, Brackell, Bracle : appointed to chamber of finances, 33, 49
-, has access to Council of State, 301
-, made responsible for act of restriction, 332.

objections to, 337
-, excluded from Council of State, 408.

agent. See under ambassadors.

Agnes Hedwig of Anhalt, married by Augustus of Saxony, 124.

Aguilar, Francesco de, governor of Dunkirk, 289, 292.

allows Micheli to visit Le Sieur, 69
-, away at Brussels, 288.

sends to Calais for sailors and elsewhere for soldiers, 293
-, demands for release of Lesieur, 349.

Aigemonte, Aiguemot, Count of. See Egmont.

Aisma. See Aysma.

Akon. See Aachen.

Alain, signatory of letter from Venendael, 257.

Albanians
-, Albenes, horse in Parma's army, 162, 171, 299
-, drawn out of Brabant into Luxemburg, 262.

Alchemists, Walsingham trusts too much to, 301.

Aldersay, George, 350.

letter of, 349.

-, John (? Walsingham), letter to, 349.

Allen, Francis, at taking of Doesborch, 151.

Almains. See Germans.

Almanac, disturbance at Augsburg over, 124.

Alost, Aelst [E. Flanders, Belgium], 87.

Alpen, Alpenen [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], capture of, 125.

Alredo, Hernando Belliota de, ship owner of Dunkirk, 293.

-, Quevas de, captain of Concepcion of Dunkirk, 292.

Alva, duke of. See Toledo, Ferdinand Alvarez de.

ambassadors, agents, commissioners, deputies, envoys :

Danish, to England. See Ramel, Henry.

Danish, to Parma. See Rantzow, Caius.

Dutch, to Denmark. See Caron, Noel.

Dutch, to England. See Camminga, Withye de
-, Caron, Noel
-, Menin, Joos van
-, Nyvelt, Willem van
-, Ortel, Joachim
-, Rycke, Pierre de
-, Schagen, Jan sieur de
-, Sille, Nicasius de
-, Valck, Jacob.

Dutch, to France. See Van Veken.

English, to Denmark. See Sidney, Robert.

English, to East Friesland. See Herle, William.

English, to France. See Stafford, Sir Edward
-, Waad, William.

English, to German Princes. See Palavicino, Horatio.

English, to Netherlands. See Heneage, Sir Thomas
-, Sackville, Thomas, lord Buckhurst
-, Wilkes, Thomas.

English, to Porte. See Harborne, William.

English, to Scotland. See Randolph, Thomas.

French, to England. See Aubespine, Claude de l', baron de Chateauneuf.

Polish, to Netherlands. See Glookomus, Christian.

Spanish, to England and (later) to France. See Mendoza, Bernardino de.

Amerongen, Ameron, Amerongh [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands], 289.

rendezvous of army at, 98.

Amersfoort, Amersford, Amorsfort [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands].

troops at, 10
-, healthy situation, 23.

Leicester sends troops to, 55
-, English companies at, 109
-, troops at mustered, 268.

news from, 326.

Amiens
-, [Somme, France], spies gather at, 161-2, 171-2
-, messenger of, throws letters into sea, 386.

Amsterdam [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], 22, 301.

silver coins made at, 25
-, counterfeit money made at, 120, 335
-, placard of mint published at, 184.

better mart than Emden for English cloth, 27
-, question of English trade at, 119, 136.

Gerard Rantzau at, 38.

question of subduing, 179
-, set up libels against States, 424.

grows at expense of friends, 301
-, ambition to destroy Emden and English trade, 302.

magistrates to be informed of export of corn, 347
-, corn at for England, stopped, 408.

Maurice sounds drum in, to raise troops, 366
-, Leicester should assure of return, 421
-, faithful to queen, 424, 426.

burgomaster of. See Bardesen, Willem.

muster of convoys at, 408.

letter dated at, 212.

Anabaptists, in Netherlands, 53.

Ancusen. See Enkhuisen.

Andersen, sergeant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Anjou, duke of. See Francis of Valois.

Anne of Denmark, wife of Augustus, duke of Saxony, death, 124.

Anraet, Paul, letter of, 422.

Anspach, Ansborch [German Empire], reported surprise by papists, 310.

Anthonison, Jacob, master of the Hope of Flushing, 296.

Antonio, prior of Crato, king (pretender) of Portugal, money coined in name of, 109, 120.

-, son of. See Manoel.

Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], 56, 110, 156, 203.

news from, 3, 391.

account of taking of Grave printed at, 32
-, reported mutiny at, 88.

passage of goods from, to England, 46
-, merchants dealing at, 121.

Loo at, 57-59
-, Parma at, 108
-, Loo going to, 380
-, Yorck seen at, 392.

Count Maurice and St. Aldegonde communicate with, 73
-, Ringout summoned from, 175.

Guasto buried at, 111
-, prisoner at, 319.

fall of, 145, 304
-, paper describing capture, 249
-, abandoned to please Amsterdam, 302
-, loss of Deventer compared with, 338, 361.

quantity of provisions sent to, 396
-, raid on burghers of, at fair, 431.

Parma going to, 414
-, large offers to Parma to besiege Bergen, 431.

merchants at, 3, 64
-, merchant of, 143.

troops in garrison at, 435.

letters dated at, 6, 8, 59, 67, 422.

castle, Germans in discontented, 433.

governor of. See Mondragon, Cristobal de.

Aquila, Don Juan d', regiment in Limburg, 434.

Arcens. See Aerssens.

archers, payment for, 319.

Arden, Thomas, payment for entertainment of archers, 319.

Aremberg, Arenberch, comte d'. See Ligne, Charles de.

-, countess of. See Marck, Margaret de la.

Armue. See Arnemuiden.

army, the English, in the Netherlands :

papers on state of, 1, 10
-, allowances for officers, 4
-, numbers in pay of States, 5.

Leicester pleads for soldiers, 8
-, desertions from, 26, 95, 121, 130, 161, 171
-, strength required, 32, 140.

payment of, 12, 25, 32, 93-5, 101, 104, 106, 109-11, 115, 119, 133-4, 439-40, 164, 169, 172, 174-6, 179-81, 188, 190, 196, 198, 209-10, 231, 243, 264-5, 291, 311-2, 316-7, 319, 325-6.

money diverted from, 15
-, Leicester appeals for pay, 65.

places lost without help of, 27, 106
-, large proportion in garrisons to keep towns from yielding, 52, 92-3, 96.

likely to prove difficult on return, 73
-, towns complain of misrule, 92.

articles concerning musters, payments etc., 78
-, arrangements for paying, 86.

danger of losses through separation of forces, 93
-, armour stolen by merchants, 106.

preparation to take field, 96 126
-, high time to take field, 101
-, musters of, 198-9, 220-1, 234, 254, 267-8.

more troops come than States able to pay, 101
-, dispersed in garrisons, 114
-, need to keep in garrisons, 123.

list of troops in garrisons, 109-10
-, principal officers with allowances, 110-1, 251
-, list of bands, 129.

Leicester borrows money to pay, 121
-, troops mutinous, 121-2, 130
-, sufferings for lack of pay, 314-6, 318, 327, 332-5.

camps at Elten, 150
-, takes Doesborch, 151-2
-, moves towards Zutphen, 153.

Leicester reviews, 150-1
-, bands present in camp at Zutphen, 167.

Leicester influences against Norris, 173.

estimate of numbers, 175
-, list of companies, 176
-, contemplated increase, 229
-, list of troops in pay, 232.

estimate of costs, 176
-, troops complain of rations, 180.

States ask queen to grant more money for, 186
-, States find fault with, 191
-, Leicester's comment on, 192
-, soldiers poor and companies weak, 245.

Leicester claims successes against enemy, 193, 195
-, he claims to have kept well supplied and paid, 195.

grows weak through sickness and desertions, 198, 213
-, camp to break up, 199.

Spaniards claim victory over, 200.

in great extremity for want of money, 202, 246
-, disorders through lack of pay, 213, 232.

regulations for at Leicester's departure, 219
-, and for commander, 227.

remonstrances of States about, with answers, 221-2.

fear of mutiny from reduction and cessation of companies, 252-3
-, and lack of pay, 264, 290.

States owe for food of, 258
-, state of companies in pay of States, 261
-, contract between queen and States for pay of, 262
-, States refuse to pay, 282.

Council aggrieved that queen's companies so weak, 266
-, companies to be reduced, 299-300.

soldiers commit much spoil and disorder upon platt country, 285, 307, 315.

question if bands so decayed as reported, 298
-, list of officers, 300.

estimate of forces required in Low Countries and cost, 298
-, note of victuals provided for, 303.

plans for payment of, 299, 303
-, proposal to States General for payment, 308
-, proposed payment by poll, 314.

States advance pay for, 321
-, act of States for reduction of companies, 346.

great lack of discipline, 322-4, 332-4, 363
-, Norris threatens to send unprovided companies into Holland, 353.

Stanley considered for command of, 332
-, officers ordered to join their companies, 358.

Mörs to consult Norris where concerned, 345
-, changes in garrisons, 346.

towns refuse to receive companies, 356
-, Dutch have little cause to complain of, 361.

money sent for relief of those scattered and out of garrison, 373
-, in great misery from ill usage through lack of pay, 377, 381-2
-, men demoralised by extortions of victuallers, 385.

high mortality among sick of from low diet, 385
-, complaint of ill treatment by States, 390-1, 400, 438.

calculations by Burghley on cost of 388
-, note on state of, 413.

appeal to Nieuwenaar for horse of, 394-5
-, Wilkes borrows money to pay, 403-4.

Buckhurst to enquire if as decayed as reported, 411
-, reduced numbers of, 419.

Leicester orders Norris to garrison certain towns with, 412.

left unpaid, 419, 423
-, burghers refuse credit to, 423
-, Buckhurst appeals for payment of, 423.

some good might be done if forces not so broken, 421
-, captains will do all to make their companies brave, 433.

captains object to payment by poll, 431
-, it is like to ruin all, id.
-, estimate of strength requisite, 435.

Arnemuiden
-, Armue [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], purchase of to be redeemed, 179
-, plan to deliver to queen, 432.

Arnheim, Arnhem, Arnham [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 50, 125, 278, 340.

Leicester sends troops to, 2
-, Parma may turn against, 7
-, two companies at, 10
-, officers at, 48
-, English troops at, 109
-, companies mustered at, 267-8.

healthy situation, 23
-, Leicester sets out from, 150.

offered to Parma, 55
-, exposed by fall of Neuss, 102
-, reported sold by English, 274
-, narrowly escapes betrayal, 340, 342.

carts held up at, 139
-, fears for safety, 330
-, constant but fears English garrison, 333.

deposition retained, 328-9.

echevins of, 328.

letters dated at, 133, 138, 201-2, 273, 362.

artillery. See guns.

-, master of the. See Conway, Sir John
-, Erington, Nicholas.

Artois [Prov. France]
-, some advocate conquest, 247
-, Spanish officials in, 292.

payment for liberties, 293
-, geographical account of, 303.

-, president of. See Grussot, Jean de, sieur de Richardot.

-, receiver of. See Castilio.

Arzennes. See Aerssens.

Ashton, Roger, letter of, 310.

Astell, Harry, letter of, 380.

-, Capt., sent to England, 410, 431.

Atye, Athy, Atie, Aty, Attey, Athe, Arthur, Leicester's secretary, 24, 140, 210, 232, 309.

memorials on matters to transmit to Leicester, 5, 41
-, note of money to be disbursed to be given to, 21
-, to inform Burghley about pay warrants, 26.

sent to Amsterdam about coiner, 25
-, warrants of, 121.

book about Grave shown to, 32
-, memoir of, 148.

letters carried by, 51
-, acts delivered to, 255.

error in warrant drawn by, 194
-, payments to, for Leicester, 243.

Valcke to see, 269
-, at Flushing, 433.

Aubespine, Claude de I', baron de Chateauneuf, French ambassador in England :

Combes warns queen against, 301
-, meeting with lords of Council about de Trappes, 386.

-, -, wife of, 201.

Aubrey
-, Dr. William, judge of the Admiralty, letter of, 34
-, statement on treaty, 50-1.

Audley, lord. See Touchet, George.

Augsburg, Augusta [Bavaria, German Empire] :

disturbance at over Almanac, 124
-, papist dealings in, 128
-, proposed restorations of banished of, 219.

confession of, 124.

Augustus
-, elector and duke of Saxony, witch tortured for afflicting, 124
-, death, 142.

Austria, Osterriick, coins of, 113.

-, house of, in Netherlands, 277.

Autepene. See Berlaymont, Claude de, sieur de Hautepenne.

Auvergne, France, merchant of, 70.

Avalos, Cesar, marquis of Pescara and of Vasto, Guasto, Gwasto, 214.

reported slain and buried at Antwerp, 111
-, present at Zutphen skirmish, 165
-, Parma's lieutenant general, 292, 299.

general of horse to Parma, 292
-, takes Parma's place in absence, 293.

Aviala, Diego de, governor of Nieuport, 292.

Axel, Axelle [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands] :

plan to surprise, 75
-, captured, 76-7, 81, 87, 102
-, Parma expected to blockade, 88.

Mondragon makes head towards, 87
-, Sidney's gallantry at, 104
-, useful to annoy enemy, 108.

plan of, 102
-, disbursements for surprise, 110, 319
-, Conway not at service at, 340.

Aylva, Wybrant, deputy from Oostergoe to queen, 336.

Aysma, Aisma, Héssel, excluded from Council, 408.

-, Sybolt, captain of the trained bands, Leeuwarden, 291.



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