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'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 452-457. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75322 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Calais, Callis, Callyce [Pas de Calais, France], 7, 92.

placard affects ships of, 70
-, exempted in placard, 196.

ship laded at, 70
-, ships to take corn to, 160, 170.

agent of Crofts at, 143
-, deserters sent to, 161, 171
-, ship sailing to, 184-5
-, ship from taken into Flushing, 350.

proposed to send Sibiaur to, 196
-, Aguilar sends to, for sailors, 293.

loss of referred to, 250
-, visible from steeple at Dunkirk, 294.

English merchant at, 289
-, excepted from permit for free traffic with neutrals, 408.

letter dated at, 350.

Calvart, L., letters from, 373-4.

Calvin, John, 123.

Calvinists
-, at Frankfort, 124
-, Lutherans bitter against, 125.

Cambridge, master of Trinity College. See Still, Dr. John.

Camminga, Withye de, deputy of Friesland to queen, 228, 295, 336.

paper signed by, 359.

Campen, Campian. See Kampen.

Campervene. See Kamperveen.

Camphere, Camphire. See Ter Veere.

Carcey, Capt., company at Ostend, 109.

Carew, Capt., payment to, for raising troops, 319.

Carey, Capt., soldiers disbanded, 346.

Carie. See Cary.

Carnero, Alonso, Parma's treasurer, 292.

Caron, Noel de, sieur de Schoonewal :

mission to Denmark, 252, 256.

mission to England, recommended by Wilkes, 252, 256
-, Wilkes sends letters by, 261.

deputy of Flanders, 336
-, Hohenlohe should credit, 378
-, Hohenlohe confers with, 417.

Truchsess' high opinion of, 416.

Carsey, Capt. Francis, payment to, 311.

Cartwright, Thomas, letters from, 358, 367.

Cary, Carie, Carry, Sir Edmund :

company of, 300
-, company at Deventer will not go over and allowed to depart, 327
-, Norris to have regard in discharging company, 386.

cassed companies absorbed in company of, 390.

Casimir, Duke. See John Casimir.

Castiglio, Antonio di, heads of letter to, 384.

Castilio, Clemente de, deputy receiver of Artois and Flanders, 292.

-, Pedro de, receiver of Artois and Flanders, 292.

Castilla, Juan de, Jan de Castille :

captured near Louvain, 414
-, suggested exchange for Teligny, 417.

information obtained from, 434-5.

Catesby, —, 111.

Catholics, Roman, papists, recusants :

Leicester's dealings with, in Netherlands, 51
-, devoted to Spain, 52, 55.

Leicester's opinion of, in England, 51, 63, 141
-, he wants kept away from queen and court, 140-1.

taxation of does not realise expectations, 99.

six of Utrecht banished, 102, 111
-, favoured by Buis, 123
-, Leicester protects at Utrecht, 126.

English, at Antwerp, 162, 172.

fear of lewd practices at Utrecht, 194
-, a danger to Deventer, 322.

reported surprise of Anspach by, 310
-, rumours of peace originate with, 379
-, fears of, if Netherlands not reconciled before Philip's death, 384.

Caulier, Michael, governor of Lillo, Liefkenshock and Terneuse, 179.

Cautionary towns, 264.

queen's letter to, 66
-, Leicester's notes on governors of, 105
-, English troops required in, 140.

States not to put any company in, 275-6
-, queen writes to Norris on care of, 409, 412.

Utrecht and Dordrecht suggested as, 308
-, danger threatened to, 410.

See also Brill
-, Flushing
-, Rammekens.

Cavendish, Richard, letters from, 17. 33, 128.

Cecil, Sir Thomas, governor of Brielle :

troops of, 5, 42, 109, 129, 209
-, memorial for, 40
-, payment of, 297, 316
-, and for transport, 317.

question of Harlingen to be discussed with, 22
-, can grant passports, 26.

and munitioning, 41
-, reports good will of townsmen, 45.

consulted on suitability of Brill as cautionary town, 44
-, back at Brill, 55, 109.

going to Utrecht, 56
-, means to take field, 77
-, gone to N. Holland, 81
-, with Leicester, 96.

wants to extend government, 91
-, unwilling to exchange Brill for Harlingen, 98.

not to exceed terms of treaty, 105
-, answer of States to, 108-9.

goes to Utrecht, 114
-, entertains Leicester at Brill, 115
-, Leicester discusses Brill with, 119
-, notes about Brill, 140
-, stays money for Brill, 152.

commanding cavalry for relief of Rheinberg, 127-8
-, sets out, 134
-, at taking of Doesborgh, 150-1.

chooses Lord Burgh to take place at Brill, 154
-, crosses to England, 182
-, suppresses placard proclaiming Maurice, 404.

letters from, 55, 77, 97, 149.

-, referred to, 138.

letter to, referred to, 168.

-, Wm., lord Burghley, the Lord Treasurer, 302.

dealings with Graffigna, 57, 80, 144
-, Parma sends salutations to, 58
-, dealings with de Loo, 143-4, 203-4, 206-7, 223, 225, 277-8, 380, 388-90, 396-9, 428, 436.

to hear Huddilstone, 83.

arranges with Merchant Adventurers to make payments, 83.

appeals to for Buys, 211-2
-, signs letters of Privy Council, 372-3.

a brief of remonstrance of States to Leicester, 221
-, Ortel spoken to about Buys, Ringault and placard, 270.

Wilkes asks to keep letters private, 310
-, Wilkes prays not to abandon him, 333
-, Wilkes denies speaking ill of, 364.

need of foresight of, to prevent greater harm, 341
-, calculations on cost of troops, 388
-, Buy taking leave of, 415.

paper for Buckhurst written and endorsed by, 401.

notes and memoranda by, 4, 10, 14, 17, 74, 85, 92, 93, 180, 184, 232, 358, 383, 396.

papers noted and corrected by, 99, 163, 184, 198-9, 282.

letters from, 22, 28, 388.

letters to, 5, 7, 18, 22, 24, 32-3, 45, 47-8, 55-6, 67, 73-4, 77, 81, 87-8, 92, 95, 97, 100, 102, 106, 111-5, 119, 126-8, 132-3, 138, 140-3, 147, 149, 150, 163-4, 166-9, 172, 206, 209, 211, 216, 223, 225, 231-2, 234, 243, 257-8, 262, 266, 275, 279, 286, 305, 307, 310, 312-3, 318, 326-7, 332, 341, 345, 359, 364, 377, 379, 385-7, 393, 406, 410, 413, 416.

chamber of finances :

Leicester sets up in Netherlands, 23, 33, 36, 49, 52, 64, 155, 177, 189, 305n
-, erection of against contract with States, 301.

officers of, 49
-, appointment of Ryngaut causes trouble, 73.

grievances about, 100
-, States deny Leicester's authority to set up, 135.

States claim to appoint to, 178
-, States take control from, 381.

Champagney, Champaignie, seigneur de. See Perrenot, Frederick.

chancellor, the, of Geldres. See Leoninus, Elbertus.

chancellor of the exchequer. See Mildmay, Sir Walter.

Chaping. See Shaping.

Charlemont [Ardennes, France], Parma's troops near, 433.

Charles V., emperor, 33, 131, 178.

repulsed at Neuss, 76
-, recognised importance of trade to Netherlands, 89
-, Philip should follow policy to England, 251
-, privileges enjoyed under, 320
-, powers of governors restricted, 405.

Utrecht offers queen powers enjoyed by, 324
-, Philip should follow example, 389, 398.

Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy, repulse at Neuss, 76.

Chateauneuf, baron de. See Aubespine, Claude de l'.

Chatterton, Capt., company at Rheinberg, 110, 116.

cheese
-, price in Holland and Zeeland, 297
-, for army, 298
-, licence of to Colchester, 301
-, licence to transport to army in Netherlands, 303
-, rise in price, 392.

Chester, co. Chester, 84.

Cheston
-, Capt., payment to, 319
-, takes letters to Leicester, 378.

Chevrier, Jehan, merchant of Auvergne, claim for depredations, 70-1.

Chimay, Prince of. See Croy, Charles de.

-, princess of. See Brimeu, Marie de.

Choart
-, Paul, seigneur de Buzenval, Busenval, letter for, 153
-, recommends Vaerheilius, 309.

Choisse. See Joysse.

Cholmondeley, Cholmley, Chumeley, Robert, servant to Leicester, 84.

money received by, 209
-, for Leicester, 243-4.

Christian
-, duke, elector of Saxony, very lunatic, 124
-, at diet of Luneburg, 127, 142
-, sets Peucer at liberty, 128
-, business of Bizari with, 142
-, to be made general of the camp, 219.

Christian, Prince of Denmark, father offers to send to Netherlands, 36.

Cibiur. See Cubiaur.

Cidene. See Sidney.

cipher :

sent by Walsingham to Wilkes, 252
-, key lost, nature of, 323n
-, wants more names of towns, 324.

Wilkes complains of lack of, 321
-, of Wilkes and Buckhurst, missing, 365n
-, at Brit. Museum, 426n.

Cisneros, Sisneros, —, captain of Dunkirk ship, 292.

Civill. See Seville.

Clapham, co. Surrey, 155.

Clarke
-, Clarck, Clerke, Capt., company in camp, 110
-, with Norris, 129
-, company of, 300
-, without garrison, 346.

Clerhagen, Clarhargen, Captain Julian, governor of Worcum and Gorcum, 179.

Leicester continued appointment, 222
-, Hohenlohe tries to oust, 359
-, Leicester's arrival will remedy case of, 371.

in extremity for fear of cassing of company, 372
-, bends a little to storm, 406
-, company removed from Gorcum, 405, 408.

letters from, 359, 372-406.

Clerk, Clarke, De Bartholomew :

on commission to examine Huddilstone's accounts, 164, 198
-, to be deputy from States to queen, 183, 186
-, payments, 297, 317.

knows of States' objection to Emden treaty, 197
-, appeal for good offices for Buys, 213
-, returning to England, 218, 231
-, Wilkes wants sent back, 233, 255, 261, 263, 265, 284, 324.

opinion on policy in Low Countries, 247-9.

letters from, 73-4, 100, 126, 132, 155.

Clerk, Clerck, Dr. William, judge marshal, payment to, 319.

- See also Clarke.

Cleves, duke of. See William, duke of Cleves.

county of, 150
-, Schenck ravages, 425.

Cloet, Clough, Cloute, Clowte, Herman Frederick, governor of Neuss :

a brave man, 87
-, brave defence, 98, 103, 116
-, hanged and burned, 103, 116, 127.

in service of States, 300.

cloth :

Amsterdam good mart for English, 27, 119.

suggestion of staple for English in Holland, 82
-, dispute with States over, 107, 119.

English troops to be paid out of tax on, 101
-, Emden a good mart for, 118-9, 136
-, merchants think Holland will be inferior, 136
-, tax on, 177-8.

proposal for Leicester to make profit on, as Parma did, 303
-, Merchants Adventurers dare not unship in Zeeland, 427.

Cobham, lord. See Brooke, William.

Coeboeckum, Kobouko, Capt., executed for surrender of Grave, 48.

coin. See money.

Colchester, co. Essex, licence of cheese and corn to, 301.

Coligny, Louise de, Princess of Orange, widow of William of Orange, jointure of, 179.

Colman, Morgan, letter from, 188.

Cologne, Collen [German Empire], 56.

Rhine free from Dordrecht to, 14
-, Parma means to clear country up to, 46, 126
-, Ruhrort hinders passages to and from, 424.

danger of losses in bishopric of, 93
-, Leicester hopes to clear Rhine to, 108.

Count Mansfelt buried at, 111
-, Edwards at, 125
-, Dutch suffered injury by treaty of, 344.

-, archbishop of, Neuss belongs to, 76
-, castle near Rheinberg, 125.

-, - See Bavaria, Ernest of
-, Salentin, count of Isenburg
-, Truchsess, Gebhart.

Colston, William, merchant of Bristol, case of ship plundered, 205, 266, 359.

Combes, Conbes, Bertrand, a Frenchman, J. Lordon :

warns Leicester of suspicious persons at Court, 200
-, Leicester refers to letter, 205.

Buy wants to send back to Walsingham, 393
-, Buy asks Walsingham to speak a word to, 415.

letter from, 200.

Commissioners. See under ambassadors.

Commissioners, deputies, of States General, in England, 133.

Leicester asks for dispatch and suggests names, 183
-, resolution of States General upon, 186
-, numbers increased, names, 228
-, list of, 295, 336.

Ortel has no news of coming, 216
-, two arrive, 245, 251.

answer to articles proposed by Council, 352
-, answer to queen, 354
-, requests refused, much grieved by hard speeches of queen, 357
-, leaving ill satisfied, 377
-, States amazed at queen's hard dealings with, 427-8.

ask for return of Leicester, 357
-, objects of mission, queen well inclined to, 401
-, but delayed reply, 401-2.

ask for release of ship detained by Colston, 359.

ordered to stop treating with queen, on loss of Deventer, 382.

arrive back, confer with States, 424, 427
-, people awaiting queen's decision upon negotiations, 425.

Comptroller, of the Household. See Crofts, Sir James.

Comyer, John, auditor, payment to, 317.

Conbes. See Combes.

Concepcion, Admiral of Dunkirk, 292-3.

Consistorians, dispute with Jacobins, 53-4.

Contreras, Contrerers, Capt., 292.

Conway, Sir John, master of the artillery :

left unpaid by States, 139
-, suit with Bournes, 341-2.

gallantry at Doesborgh, 152
-, Leicester appointed, 214
-, payment to, 319.

-, -, governor of Ostend :

request to have company in queen's pay, 318
-, recounts services, desires to serve in field, 340
-, Littleton refers to, 358.

getting supplies, 341
-, arrival, 358.

apprehensions about Ostend, 342
-, commission to, as captain, 386.

letters from 340-1, 385, 393, 434.

letters to, 358, 361, 367-8, 373, 379, 440.

Cook, William, payment to for oats and transport of horses, 319.

Cooman, John Johnson, burgomaster of Middelburg, joint owner of Hope of Flushing, 296.

Coppen, in service of States, 300.

Coradin, Corandin, Capt., troop of, 299.

Corbera, Pedro, Spanish captain, wounded, 434.

Corcum. See Gorcum.

corn :

cargoes of for Calais and Dunkirk, 160, 170.

for Gilles, 161, 171.

tax on, 176.

ship with, plundered, 205.

ships sent to Ems to prevent transport to enemy, 285.

licence of, to Colchester, 301.

Wilkes asks leave to transport to England, 346
-, granted, 347
-, States stop transport to England, 408.

Aldersaye required to bring to Flanders, 350.

sent from Middelboro to Ostend, 358
-, supplies for Antwerp, 414.

Cornwall, house of Wilkes in, 155.

Cornwall, Edmund lord, appointed Huddlestone, 312.

Corsini, Bartholomew and Philip, restoration of goods to, 429, 431.

Cosmo, Sig. See Massi.

Council, Privy, Lords of the Council, 189, 296.

matters for Sir T. Cecil to communicate to, 40
-, Huddleston asks for instructions, 86.

letter about Byshoppe's silk, 50
-, could help Leicester with States, 65.

articles from Geo. Leycester for consideration of, 78
-, and peace negotiations, 79, 143
-, statement of Grafigna to, 80.

proposed report to on Dutch and Emden trade, 119
-, fully informed of Leicester's placard, 196.

Wilkes to inform about Peret and Ringout, 157
-, Leicester informs of proposed deputation from Netherlands, 163
-, staggered by charge of war, 164
-, assurances of States to about contributions, 228.

travailing about attainder of Mary, 164
-, despatch of Wilkes considered in, 168
-, Wilkes hopes will discover plot against queen, 279
-, Leicester tries to injure Norris with, 173
-, Leicester informs of return, 218
-, Ortel denies saying anything against Leicester to, 270.

and case of Bristol merchants, 205
-, direction of, for pay of troops, 262
-, Wilkes asks for order of, for trading in Ems, 285.

order for restoration of goods not carried out, 295
-, Buckhurst member of, 402, 415.

Wilkes hopes Leicester will inform about Deventer, 332
-, state of forces reported to, 363.

payments by warrant of, 351
-, send Sherley with funds, order for distribution, 372-3.

answer of States' deputies to, 352
-, case of Captains Wingfield and Randolph recommended to, 369.

Astell awaiting commands of, 380
-, passports of, 418.

conference with Chateauneuf about de Trappes, 386.

orders distribution of money to troops, 415
-, and lodging of troops at Flushing, 418.

need of action to stay dangerous course of States, 426.

letters to, 8, 86, 129, 134, 146, 205, 218, 382.

-, referred to, 138, 173, 363.

letters from, 9, 372-3.

-, referred to, 34, 97, 205, 415.

Council of State. See under Low Countries.

Couverner, Jan, innkeeper at Amiens, 162, 172.

Cox, —, secretary to Hatton, 23, 37.

letter received by, 18
-, report from Middelburg, 37, 77
-, matter of Denmark referred to, 66.

Cranevelt, —, in service of States, 300.

Crato, prior of. See Antonio.

Creanges. See Krichingen.

Cremer, Guillaume, deputy of Venlo, signs articles of surrender, 61.

Crescia, Cresier, Cressiere, Cressia, George, captain of Parma's guard, 214.

taken prisoner at Zutphen, 165
-, instruction given to at release, about peace, 308.

troop of, 299.

Cripps, Crypps, nephew of Thomas Randolf, 166.

Crispe
-, Peter, provost marshal, payments to, 110, 311, 319
-, report sent by, 347.

Crofts, Sir James, Comptroller of the Household, Mr. Controller :

and peace negotiations, 45, 56-8, 80, 143-4, 203-4, 396, 428
-, Loo's dealings with, 276, 278.

letter to, 428.

-, referred to, 396.

Cromwell
-, Capt. Edward, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payment to, 312.

Crooke, —, solicitor of Leicester, 141.

Croy
-, Charles de, Prince of Chimay, money coined in name of, 109
-, van Oncle served, 304.

-, Philippe de, duke of Aerschot, said to be going to England for peace, 309.

Crubbloow, Capt., suit of Brydges against, 350.

Crypps. See Cripps.

Cubiaur, Cibiur, Seburo, Sobiaur, Sibior, Zubiaur, Peter, prisoner in the Tower :

question of exchange, 21, 42, 215, 244, 258, 288, 349
-, Leicester asks for, 68, 95
-, not to be exchanged with Lesieur, 413.

secretary for county of Arles, 292.

Culemborg, Cuylenborch [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], letter dated at, 409.

-, count of. See Pallandt, Floris de.

Cury, Edmund, payment to, 84.

Custom, House, port of London, letter to officers of, 50.



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