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'Index: B', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 447-452. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75321 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Babington conspiracy, alluded to, 140, 384.

discouragement at Antwerp at discovery, 162, 172
-, conspirators executed, 164
-, supposed complicity of 'Jacques,' in, 188.

Bacan
-, Alvaro de, marquis of Santa Cruz, Ste. Crois, troops of, in Netherlands, 299
-, nephew killed in ambush, 414, 434.

Bacq, Bax, Marcel, young Bacq :

men of capture Rantzow, 321
-, friendly to English, 376.

removed from Muyden, 405, 408
-, removed from Gorcum and Worcum, 437.

-, Paul, in service of States, 300
-, friendly to English, 376.

Bade, M. de la, captain of Furnes, 292.

Bairlemont. See Berlaymont.

Bakehouse, serjeant of the, 28.

Balancon, Ballancon, sieur de. See Rye, Philibert de.

Balen
-, Capt., company with Norris, 129
-, in service of States, 300.

Balfour
-, Bauford. Col., on court to try Hemert, 48
-, protests devotion to Hohenlohe, 258
-, numbers in companies of, 258.

Ballon, Rodolfo, troop of, 299.

Bamburgh, Bamborg, Capt. T., marshal of the Brill, payment to, 316.

letter from, 360.

letter to, 358

Bamford, Bartholomew, knighted by Leicester, 214.

Bannister, Banister, Edmund, Capt. :

payment of troops, 83-4
-, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, company sent to Flushing, 418.

money paid to, defalked, 209
-, payment to, 311.

Barchon, Guillaume de, in service of States, 300.

Bardesen, Bardezius Willem, burgomaster of Amsterdam :

to go on mission to queen, 183, 186
-, proposal about arrears of pay, 244
-, promise to Herle, 301.

paper signed by, 345.

maliciously affected to Leicester and English, 381
-, cunning and suspect, 428.

letter from, referred to, 428.

Barenstro, sent to France, by Leicester, 430.

Bargen. See Berghen.

Barker, —, articles exhibited against Huddilstone by, 68, 134.

-, of Ipswich, flyboat of captured, 293.

Barlayamont. See Berlaymont.

barley
-, price at Dunkirk, 294
-, note of taxes on, 304.

Barn Elms, co. Surrey, memoranda made at, 14.

Barnevelt, Barnwelt. See Oldenbarnevelt.

Barneye, Capt., payment to, 319.

Barnish, Capt., company in camp, 110.

Barrow, Capt., payment to, 319.

Barrow. See Berghen.

Basel, Palatinate modeled on order of, 124.

Bashe, Edward, surveyor of the victuals, payment to, 357.

Baskervil
-, Basquerville, Capt. Thomas, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payment to, 311.

declaration signed by, 376.

Basta
-, Basto, Capt. Geo., at Zutphen skirmish, 165
-, troop of, 299.

-, Nicholas, 214
-, troop of, 299.

Batenburg
-, Battembourg, Battenborowe, [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], lost, 49
-, bad impression caused by, 73
-, reported recapture, 393.

Bates, Edward, of Dover, brought prisoner to Dunkirk, 69.

Bauford. See Balfour.

Bavaria, Ernest of, archbishop elector of Cologne and bishop of Liege :

enters Neuss, 103
-, present at capture, 116.

men of make ways dangerous, 125.

letter of Parma to, revealing plot against queen, 279
-, assists Parma, promised Bercy, 306.

Bax. See Bacq.

Beale
-, Robert, clerk to Privy Council, opinion on objections to Leicester's placard, 74
-, dangerous illness, 153.

-, Thomas, merchant
-, 289 offers pledge for Le Sieur, 215.

Becher, William, merchant, payment to, 84.

Bedford, earl of. See Russel, Francis.

Bedwel, Thomas, colonel of pioneers, payment to, 319.

Beecher, Henry, treasurer of Merchant Adventurers, 88.

beer :

English, brought into Dunkirk, 289.

-, cost in Netherlands, 297
-, to army, 298
-, licence to transport, 303.

tax on, 304
-, rise in price of, 368.

Beke, Jean van den, pensionary of Flushing, letter of, 364.

Bellam. See Pelham.

Benean. See Benyon.

Benett, Capt. payment to, 319.

Benne, Jerome, 247.

Benyon
-, Benean, Lieut. John, Norris appeals for, 342
-, returning to former employment in Ireland, 343.

Berck. See Rheinberg.

Berckenrode, Adrian van, deputy of Holland, 97.

Bergen op Zoom, Barrow, Bargen, Bergen, Berges up Some, Berghes, Bergies, Bergues, [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], 342, 349.

activity of horsemen of, 5
-, troops at, 10, 383-4
-, Rowles sent to, 42
-, horsemen of capture Ranzau, 320-1, 343.

suitability of for T. Cecil, 23
-, Leicester goes to, 68, 72, 76-7, 81, 87.

troops sent to, 75
-, English troops at, 109
-, payment of, 121, 133, 142, 172, 199, 311, 372, 403
-, troops mutinous at, 122.

expected attack on, 112, 286, 313
-, Deventer in worse case than, 242
-, might have same fate, 336.

English troops required for, 140
-, English troops desert from, 161, 171
-, musters at, 267-8
-, measures taken for defence, 318.

Twedder's company at, 317
-, Capt. Udell at, 320
-, lack of discipline at, 323
-, suggestion to put Pelham at, 325.

payment for victualling, 357
-, supplies for, 368, 370.

Capt. Vere sent to, 367
-, Van Eck, staying at, 433.

value to enemy, 370
-, in as great want as Ostend, 379.

troops to be gathered near, 373
-, lists of troops at, 383
-, shortage of, 384.

Morgan asks Wilkes to thank magistrates, 375
-, asks that care may be had for, 376.

horsemen at, 384
-, States wish troops to be sent for defence of, 440.

intercepted letters sent to, 386
-, appeal that garrison may be paid regularly and good order kept with townsmen, 416.

States plotting to get English out of, 388, 418
-, enemy expected to besiege, 391, 396, 418, 433-4
-, danger of, 411
-, quite unprovided, 418.

companies of Pelham and Russel sent to, 404
-, companies from sent to Flushing, 418.

rival claims of Morgan and Willoughby to governorship of, 417.

annoys Parma greatly, 418
-, raid from, to Antwerp, 431, 434
-, offer to Parma if will besiege, 431.

captains from appeal to Buckhurst, short of food, 423
-, Conway sceptical of enemy designs on, 434
-, troops required for defence, 440.

Castilia prisoner at, 434.

burgomasters and echevins of, letter of, 416.

governor of, 179
-, power to grant passport, 26.

- See Bertie, Peregrine, lord Willoughby
-, Morgan Thomas.

lieutenant of, 396.

letters and papers dated at, 22, 289, 376, 414-6, 433.

news from, 417.

Berghen. See also Rheinberg.

Bergues St. Winox, Berges [Nord, France], troops at, to aid Dunkirk, 294.

paper dated at, 85.

Berke. See Rheinberg.

Berkeley, Henry lord, pension from lands in Gloucester, 187.

Berkeshooft, sconce called, 347.

Berlaymont
-, Barlaymont, M. de Bairlemont, Claude de, sieur de Hautepenne, Autepene, Hautepen, reported killed in fight near Zutphen, 200
-, troop of, 299
-, regiment in Westphalia, 434.

-, -, colonel of, 393.

-, Berlemont, regiment of, 434.

Bernardt, Guillaume, in service of States, 300.

Bertie
-, Peregrine, lord Willoughby de Eresby, Wyllughby, proposed mission to Denmark, 36, 82
-, meets Leicester on return from Culenburg, 50.

goes against Axel, 76
-, takes part in capture, 77, 87.

expedition into Brabant, 117
-, marching to relief of Rheinberg, 136.

takes Capt. Cresier prisoner at Zutphen, 165
-, governor of Berghen op Zoom, 179
-, one of Stanley's men brought to, 303.

payment to, 319.

going to England but turns back on hearing that enemy moving, 313
-, dispute with Morgan over governorship of Berghen, 417.

letters from, 22, 417.

letter to, referred to, 284n.

Betuwe, Bettowe [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], troops in, 10.

Beuterich, Butrich, Peter, minister of John Casimir, funeral of, 393.

Beza, Theodore, 123.

Bie, de. See Bye.

Bishopp, Byshoppe, Philip, Dutch merchant, goods unjustly attached, 9, 50.

Bizari
-, Pietro, business in Saxony, 142
-, makes epigram and epitaph on Sidney, 219.

letters from, 142, 153, 219.

Blocke, —, 367.

Blois, Guillaume de, dit Treslong, letter of, 9.

appeal to Walsingham for, 216
-, arrival in England, 245.

Blunt, Blount, Capt., company at Ostend, 109, 300.

losses of company at Batenburg, 394.

Capt. Charles, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payment to, 311.

Bobadilla, Bovadillya, Don Francesco de, count of Puñonrostro, regiment in Westphalia, 434.

Bockhorste, lord. See Sackville, Thomas.

Bodenham, Bodenam, Bodnan, Bodnam, William, and peace proposals, 45, 78-9, 143.

sent by Parma to queen, 57, 429
-, going to Parma, 86.

kinsman of Crofts, 143
-, de Loo speaks with, 203.

Le Sieur and, 214-5, 244, 257-8
-, renegade and double dealing, 215.

owner of ship of Dunkirk, 292.

letter from, 257.

-, referred to, 244.

Bois le Duc, Bolduke. See Hertogenbosch.

Boleyne. See Boulogne.

Bommel, Bommell, [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 306.

Hemert turned away from, 2
-, Leicester at, 3, 48
-, Hemert taken from, 19.

Leicester sends troops to, 2.

letters dated at, 4, 8.

Bommeler Waard, Bommelsward, Bommelswaert, English camp at, 19, 48.

news from, 66.

Bon, William, quarter master, payment to, 311.

Bonde, William, treasurer to the Merchant Adventurers, 84.

Bone Nofe, M. de, under receiver for Artois, 292.

book, on restitution of Israel, 123-4.

-, on fireworks, 256.

Borge. See Burgh.

Borgerhout, Burgenhault near Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], raid from Bergen on, 431.

Borke. See Rheinberg.

Borlas
-, William, staying at Flushing, 283
-, appeal for Udal, 320
-, procuring supplies for Berghen, 368.

letters from, 282, 312, 320, 368, 379, 418.

Borowes. See Burgh.

Borrowes
-, Bourrohes, Burrough, Capt. William, company in camp, 110
-, with Norris, 129.

at taking of Doesborch, 149
-, losses of company at Batenburg, 394.

Bosleduc. See Hertogenbosch.

Bostocke, Capt. in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Boulogne, Boleyne [Pas de Calais, France], placard affects ships of, 70.

reference to rendezvous at, 210.

Bourghe. See Burgh.

Bournan. See Burnham.

Bourne, Anthony, and Conway, 341.

went with Stanley to Ireland, 342.

-, -, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of, 341
-, complaint against Conway, 340.

Bourrohes. See Borrowes.

Bouser, reports from Deventer conspiracy in England, 420.

Bovadillya. See Bobadilla.

Bowdler, Richard, merchant, payment to, 84.

Boyemer, Dr., deputy of Holland, 97.

Brabant [Prov. Netherlands] :

Bommel entry into, 2
-, English camp transferred to, 33
-, Barrow 'bounded' against, 302.

Montigny might stir revolt in, 36
-, pays Parma to be rid of troops, 262.

Leicester sends troops to ravage, 95
-, Parma marches into, 114
-, Hohenlohe and Pelham in, 115, 117
-, some enterprise in, 115-7.

Parma's operations relieve, 126
-, some advise conquest from Spain, 247.

if recovered would help States bear charges, 174
-, money received from, 179
-, quota of, 183
-, contributions, 295.

Leicester appoints receiver in against views of Council, 269
-, objections to, 353.

enemy preparations in, 286
-, report of person from, 396.

property of Ryngaut in, 305
-, Fremin asks for assignment on contributions of, 433.

state of, a warning to Dutch, 344
-, one division of enemy forces for, 425
-, troops in garrison in, 434.

States neglect frontier towns of, 402
-, Berghen only town in which holds out against enemy, 416.

-, receiver of. See Eyck, Govert van.

Brackell, Bracle, Brakel. See Aeswijn, Reinhard van.

Brackenbury
-, Capt., prisoner at Dunkirk, 69, 85-6, 216
-, Lesieur pays money for, 407.

Bradstock, Capt., payment to, 319.

Brandenburg [German Empire], margrave of. See John George.

brandschats, branscatts, 74, 295.

Brasser
-, Brassart, Govert of Delft, maliciously affected to Leicester and English, 381
-, attends meetings at Hohenlohe's house, 396.

Breame. See Bremen.

Breda [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands] :

troop of, cut up, 87.

Leicester sends to waste country, 95
-, English deserters go to, 161, 171.

enemy assembling about, 254.

Brederode
-, Brodrode, sieur de, Leicester much beholden to, 376
-, a good friend to Leicester and English, 406.

Bremen, Breame [German Empire], reiters reported at, 155.

Brenen, Sergeant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Breton
-, Capt., left at Arnheim, 48
-, company at, 109.

Brett
-, Capt. Arthur, company at Ostend, 109
-, payment to, 311.

-, Capt., comes over with Russel, 361.

Bridges, Brudges, Brydges, Robert, reasons for confiscating ship and goods, 184-5.

-, —, suit with Capt. Crubbloow, 350.

-, —, merchant of London, imprisoned at Dunkirk, 69.

Bridges. See Bruges.

Brielle, Brill, Bryle [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 26.

troops for, 5, 10, 42, 85
-, munitioning of, 41
-, fortification of, 44
-, troops from, 77, 98.

Harlingen inferior to, 22
-, keeps passage for S. Holland, 23
-, question of suitability as cautionary town, 44.

Queen's letter, to, 45.

T. Cecil back at, 56, 109
-, Leicester going to, 76, 88, 239
-, Leicester at, 115.

need of queen keeping, 63, 96
-, in good order, 96
-, guns needed at, 119.

pay of garrison, 86, 142, 168, 202, 207, 226, 297, 330, 412
-, garrison of, 93, 109, 325, 420
-, money for stayed by Cecil, 152.

will get nothing from States, 129
-, steps to take to secure if country revolts, 140.

soldiers from at Doesborgh, 151
-, Price at, 283
-, mission of Faims to, 358, 360.

orders to be observed by garrison, 181-2
-, companies mustered at, 267-8
-, list of companies in garrison at, 383.

garrison mutinous for lack of pay, 188
-, garrison not well in order, 370.

birthplace of Nieustat, 236.

allowances and entertainment of Governor and officers at, 383.

queen orders reinforcing of garrison, 386
-, Russel being governor of Zeeland, important to, 392, 431
-, advantage to queen, States seek to deprive her of it, 395.

-, governor of. See Cecil, Thomas.

-, lieutenant governor of. See Pelham, Sir William.

-, marshal of. See Bamburgh.

-, letters dated at, 56, 92, 283, 360.

Brimeu, Marie de, Princess of Chimay, Symay, money coined by licence of, 25.

Bristol, Bristowe, co. Gloucester, treaty made at, 35, 50-1.

ship detained by Colston, at 359.

-, merchants of, 205, 266.

Britanny, France, ship of, plundered, 70.

Britton, Capt. John, payment to, 316.

Brodrode. See Brederode.

Bronkhorst [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], excesses committed by garrison, 256-7.

Brooke, William, lord Cobham, and peace negotiations, 80, 144.

letter to, 184.

Broucke, Commissary van der, 282.

Browne, Lieutenant, sent to demand Gravelines castle, 100.

-, Richard, victualler, 110-1, 154.

payments to, 319, 357.

expected at Flushing, 368, 379
-, Morgan's threatening language about, 375
-, has victualling of Bergen and Ostend, 418
-, does not employ prest for relief of Bergen, 423.

Brown, Sir Valentine, Leicester suggests, for accounts, 98.

Brudges. See Bridges.

Bruges, Bridges [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 100, 111.

diet at, 34-5, 50-1.

Marquis of Renty, at 414.

Brune
-, Bruine, Bruyn, Thomas, victualler, 110-1, 154
-, money due to, 258
-, payments to, 311, 319.

-, letter of, 313.

Bruning. See Bruyninck.

Brussels [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], 80, 201, 288.

Ryngout clerk of finances at, 91
-, Yorke seen at, 392.

house prepared at for peace envoy from England, 114.

Parma at, 309, 328, 414, 433
-, great preparations of Parma at, 391
-, Parma calls assembly of the States at, 427.

Ranzau captured near, 320
-, Renty to be at, 407.

convoy of Spaniards from, ambushed, 434.

letters dated at, 47, 278, 310, 429.

paper dated at, 388.

Bruyn. See Brune.

Bruynick, Bruning, Councillor Nicolaas, turned out by people of Hoorn, 421, 426.

Brydges. See Bridges.

Bryle. See Brielle.

Buck
-, Capt. J., company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, declaration signed by, 376.

Morgan wants to send company out of Bergen, 417.

Buckhurst, lord. See Sackville, Thomas.

Buhy, Buy, seigneur de. See Mornay, Pierre de.

Buiss. See Buys.

Bull
-, ship, Huddlestone sails in, 112
-, prize taken from, 184
-, complaints against by Zeelanders, 185
-, payment for refloating, 312.

Burchgrave. See Burgrave.

Burde. See Byrd.

Burgenhault. See Borgerhout.

Burgh, Burrowe, Borowes, Thomas, lord, 153.

at taking of Doesborch, 150-1
-, temporary governor of Brill, 154
-, orders for garrison, 181-2.

-, Captain John, Borge, Bourghe, at taking of Doesborgh, 151
-, made governor of town, 152-3
-, knighted by Leicester, 214
-, payment to, 311.

-, Capt. 87
-, company reduced, 300.

Burghley, lord. See Cecil, William.

Burgrave, Burchgrave, Daniel de, secretary and audiencer of council :

takes oath of office, 33
-, Leicester asks favour for, 104
-, Leicester sends to England, 183
-, maligns States and Council to queen, 269.

blamed for licence for cheese and corn to Colchester, 301.

-, letters from, 42, 430.

-, Ludovic, sent to Walsingham, 104.

Burgundians
-, horse in Parma's army, 299
-, regiment with him, 435.

Burgundy, Burgoyne, coins of, 113. treaty relations with England, 390.

-, duke of. See Charles the Bold.

Burik, Buric, (chateau of the duke of Cleves), [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], Parma staying at, 200, 204.

Burne, sergeant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Burnham
-, Bournan, Burnam, Edward, sent to Council, 129-31
-, letters carried by, 370, 380.

sees Admiral about Gozzo and Corsini goods, 431.

letters from, 370, 391, 431.

Burrough. See Borrowes.

Bus. See Buys.

Busenval. See Choart.

Buth, Henry, deputy for Utrecht, accounts submitted to, 311.

Butler, Capt., company under Norris, 129.

-, Philip, knighted by Leicester, 214.

troops at Lochem mustered, 268, 384
-, payment to, 316.

Butler, Thomas, tenth earl of Ormond, treasurer of Ireland, money paid to, 84.

Butrich. See Beuterich.

butter
-, price in Holland and Zeeland, 297
-, for army, 298.

licence to transport to army in Netherlands, 303
-, price rises, 392.

butter and cheese
-, importance of export to Holland, 159
-, rise in price, 393
-, quantity sent to Antwerp, 396.

Buy, M. de. See Mornay, Pierre de.

- See also Bye.

Buys, Bus, Buz, Bwis, Paul : 107.

motion about pay of troops, 5
-, agreement about, 99.

falseness of, 18
-, intrigues for Denmark, 36, 38-9, 82, 136.

very dangerous and unpopular, 38
-, imprisoned, 87, 96, 155
-, dissatisfaction at, 101-2, 117.

appointed to chamber of finances, 49
-, Leicester's opinion of, 122-3
-, reason why fell from Leicester, 124.

effect of intrigues, 114, 120
-, turns Hohenlohe against Leicester, 136.

a very honest man, 132
-, to be dealt with at once, 169.

Leicester defends action concerning, 193
-, Leicester reminded of, 226.

appeal of Justus Lipsius for, 211-2
-, appeal of family for, 212-3, 236-8.

Ortel informed Burghley and Walsingham about, 270
-, notes of Herle upon, 301
-, at Hague, 323.

release of, 310, 321, 334, 336
-, letter from Utrecht about, 318
-, Utrecht demands return, 323
-, attends meetings at Hohenlohe's house, 296.

likely to seek revenge, 324
-, appears in Council of State, 334
-, but does not attend meetings, 372.

release an infringement of Leicester's authority, 409
-, St. Aldegonde considers source of trouble, 423
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe said to be guided by, 424, 426.

talk of secret peace negotiations by, 427.

Buys, Buiss, Peter, 202.

Buzenval, seigneur de. See Choart, Paul.

Bye, Bie, Buy, George de, treasurer general, 307.

sums accounted for by, 231-2
-, proposal about arrears of pay, 244.

takes exception to comments of Wilkes, 309
-, accounts passed by, 311.

Byles, John, English merchant, 3.

Byrd, Burde, John, detains Hope, 296.

Byshoppe. See Bishopp.



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