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'Index: D', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 457-464. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75323 Date accessed: 29 November 2014.


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Dailleurs, Capt. Dominick, States wish company sent to Tholen, 434, 440.

Dalberg
-, Wolfgang von, archbishop of Mainz, enters Neuss, 103
-, book on restoration of Israel sent to, 124.

Damme, Dam [Prov. West Flanders, Belgium], attempted surprise off, 111.

Danett
-, Audley, letter from, 67
-, not returned, 155.

Darcey
-, Darcye, Capt. Francis, company at Wageningen, 110
-, company of, 300
-, payment to, 311.

Daventry. See Deventer.

Davis, Davies, Richard, 85.

-, one, of Ireland, auditor of accounts, 164.

Davison, Davyson, William, 166, 270.

secretary of state, congratulated, 188.

and Buys, 193
-, gift of mares to, 207
-, has papers delivered by Ortel, 270.

deceived by Dutch, 301
-, note of papers delivered to, 355
-, mark weight brought from Scotland by, 374.

letters to, 42, 142, 187-8, 197, 205, 207, 212, 217, 236, 266, 269, 282, 304, 355, 369, 378.

Decker, John Jacobson, fisherman of Enkhuizen, 187.

Delft, Delph [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands] :

English merchants dislike, 27
-, English merchant refused entertainment at, 382.

Hohenlohe at, 254
-, company mustered at, 267.

pamphlet printed at, 346
-, magistrates to be informed of export of corn, 347.

letters dated at, 352, 374, 417.

Demitrio, Sir Emanuel, 219.

Denbigh, Leicester's lordship of, 141.

Denmark :

proposed mission of Buys to, 36
-, or of Robert Sidney, 36, 82.

question of referred to Cox, 66
-, practices of Buys with, 82
-, quashed by his arrest, 136.

proposed mission of Willoughby to, 82
-, mission from, to England, 252, 256.

not hindered from trading with Spain, 158
-, very pro Spanish, 252, 256
-, Ranzau sent back to, 343.

-, king of. See Frederick II.

-, prince of. See Christian.

-, princess of. See Elizabeth, princess of Denmark.

Dennis, Dennys, Capt., tried for loss of Grave, 48.

-, -, company in camp, 110
-, under Norris, 129.

-, Thomas, knighted by Leicester, 214.

deputies. See under ambassadors.

des Trappes. See Trappes.

Deuticum. See Doetinchem.

Deventer, Tremulus, Daventry [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands], 198.

coins of, 113.

Killigrew employed to, 165.

magistrates of, 261, 263, 266.

letter from, 241.

letters dated at, 200, 246, 272-3, 287-8, 311.

news from, 392.

troops at, 268.

complaints of Stanley's behaviour at, 241-2, 261, 263, 322-3, 341
-, Stanley's reply upon 271-2
-, reported distress of garrison at, 287, 307
-, and disaffection, 288.

report of treasonable practices at, 273, 275, 278, 281
-, Council represents danger of, 318.

danger of betrayal by Irish, 274
-, garrison has to hold down town, 311.

companies at, 300
-, supposed enemy designs on, 306
-, great army near, 310.

delivered to enemy, accounts of, 326-32, 341
-, English discredited by betrayal, 333-4
-, feeling unreasonable, 403
-, feeling passes, 405.

loss due to act of restriction, 336
-, report of surrender, 337
-, loss referred to, 340.

concern caused by loss, 337
-, compared with loss of Antwerp, 338.

loss causes serious shortage of artillery, 338
-, officers from, 342, 356.

burgesses warned Council of danger, 342
-, evil effects of treachery at, 355, 361, 387.

Gilpin conferred with Wilkes about, 370
-, much talk about at Utrecht, 395.

Dutch deputies stop treating after loss, 382
-, towns will not take English garrisons after, 400.

cassed captains from, 390.

may be turned to advantage, if wisely used, 416
-, Kirkman's account of betrayal, 418-9.

Bouser's report of conspiracy from, 420
-, report from of treasonable practices of Hohenlohe, 426.

Deventer, M. de. See Prounincq, Gerard de.

Devereux
-, Robert, earl of Essex, general of the horse, on court to try Hemert, 19
-, expedition into Brabant, 116
-, present at Hohenlohe and Norris quarrel, 117
-, Leicester influenced against Norris, 173.

knighted by Leicester, 214
-, letter taken by, 309.

company at Amersfoort, 268
-, payment to, 316
-, troop of, 384.

Count Neuwenar refuses oats to cornet of, 359
-, company quartered near Isselstein, 404.

letter from, 137.

Dewsborowgh. See Doesborgh.

Diemen, Adam van, 247.

Dieppe
-, [Seine Inf. France], ships affected by placard, 70
-, messengers held up at, 377.

Digby
-, Digbi, Col. George, examined Hemert, 48
-, share in taking Axel, 87
-, knighted by Leicester, 214.

-, Capt. Simon, payment of troops, 83-4
-, payment for raising company, 319
-, sick, 346.

Digges, Thomas, muster master, 111, 140, 167, 176, 316.

sent by Leicester to Council, 8.

certificate of, 10
-, note on Huddilstone, 75
-, notes of articles for consideration of Council, 78
-, one to examine Huddilstone's accounts, 164, 198.

Leicester praises, 196
-, found Council obstructed musters, 231.

Wilkes asks why contract with States not kept, 262
-, asks States to depute some to account with treasurer, 266.

presentment of musters by, 267
-, warrants certified by, 325-6, 383.

got Wingfield put out of queen's pay, 283
-, payments to, 297, 317.

encourages soldiers to complain of captains, 431
-, Morgan takes part of captains against, 432-3.

letters of, 71, 114, 128, 172, 198.

Dockeries, two, taken in raid on Parma's camp, 49.

Doenhem, Dr. Oricus, secretary of Harlingen, moves to offer queen sovereignty of Friesland, 291.

Does, Thierry vanden, clerk of the Treasury, sent to, Kampen, 291.

Doesborgh, Dewsborowgh, Doesbourgh, Dousburch, Dosborgh [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 198.

captured by Leicester, 146-7, 149-52, 156, 161, 170, 182
-, Irish pillage, 153.

Burrough made governor, 153
-, companies mustered at, 267-8.

Parma going to succour, 204
-, Parma means to occupy, 306.

excesses committed by garrison, 256-7
-, services of Conway at, 340.

letters dated at, 147, 149-50, 152-4.

Doetinchem, Deuticum [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 198.

dogs, English, Bizari presents to duke of Saxony, 142.

Dolphin, of Flushing, diverted from course, 296.

Dornseler, Geraert van, offers sovereignty of Utrecht to queen, 289.

Dordrecht
-, Dort, Dordryte [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], Rhine free from, to Cologne, 14
-, Leicester at, 48, 68, 72, 87.

present to Heneage, 72
-, greatly affected to queen, 95
-, question of English trading at, 136.

magistrates of ordered to seize Ringault, 253-4.

companies mustered at, 267
-, levy forces in Leicester's name, 378.

Wilkes and Leicester at, 270
-, Lesieur to go to, 349.

suggested as cautionary town, 308
-, refuses to accept placard proclaiming Maurice, 404
-, factions take little effect in, 420.

Leicester should assure of return, 421
-, Buckhurst going to, 423.

letters dated at, 68, 72, 145, 235, 280.

-, Escoutette of. See Muys van Holy, Jacob.

-, Pensionary of. See Menin, Joos van.

Dormer, Capt. Michael, Leicester recommends, 1.

company in raid on Parma's camp, 20, 49
-, company under Norris, 129
-, troops at Arnheim mustered, 268
-, troop at Tergoo, 384, 404.

losses in skirmish, of company, 419.

payment to, 316.

Dorp
-, Col., regiment in service of States, 300
-, takes letters to Norris, 347.

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

Dort. See Dordrecht.

Dosborgh, Dousburch. See Doesborgh.

Dover, co. Kent, 224.

men of, brought prisoners to Dunkirk, 69
-, prize carried off from, 184-5.

one Guilburt of, 86
-, Herle lands at, 138.

pillaged goods brought to, 295
-, bag of salt stolen out of, 350.

Downs, in view from Dunkirk, 294.

Downton, co. Wilts, case between Wilkes and Snelgar at, 379.

Doyley, D'Oyley, Thomas :

packet of, 168.

letters from, 48, 87, 115, 420.

sent to Utrecht, 116
-, sent to Burghley, 132, 134
-, reports state of Netherlands, 420-1.

Dragonne. See Mondragon.

Drake, Sir Francis :

Spanish fleet at S. Domingo seeking, 57
-, brings quantity of ordnance, 119, 338.

queen promises to recall and asks that be allowed to return quietly, 144.

journey to Netherlands, Dutch furnish ships to, 233.

Dresden [Saxony, German Empire], Bizari at, 142.

Dubant, du Ban, Capt., executed for loss of Grave, 48.

Dubler, M., a commissary for the States, 376.

Dublin, Ireland, 84.

letter addressed to, 311.

Du Boys, in service of States, 300.

Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester, the lord General, Themistocles, 167, 216, 245, 345, 375, 396.

recommends Smith and Dormer, 1
-, and Bishop, 9
-, and Selby, 18
-, and Gorges, 28
-, and Rayns, 39
-, recommends Lytton to queen, 72.

operations before and after fall of Grave, 2, 3
-, at Bommel, 3
-, at Arnheim, 7
-, measures to save Venlo, 14, 54
-, movements of, 48.

Hemert comes to, 2, 19
-, has him tried, 4
-, wants Cubiaur to exchange, 68, 95
-, Cubiaur sent to, 215.

asks for person of credit to be sent, 4
-, asks for Pelham, 12-3
-, asks for Palmer, 24.

matters to be declared to by Atye, 5
-, sums paid under charge of, 10
-, memorial for, 21
-, financial arrangements, 23, 33, 36, 41-2, 52, 64, 67, 164, 177, 189-91.

representations for Treslong, 9
-, asks for pioneers, 23
-, suggested resignation, 28, 32.

defends acceptance of government, 11
-, affects relations with States, 13, 43
-, queen's letter to States about, 15-7
-, queen's wrath with over, 30-1.

restricts issue of passports, 26
-, Count Maurice avoids, 35, 49.

arrangements at Emden, 27, 35
-, Denmark's offers to, 36.

must get States to pay army regularly, 32
-, to consult queen about rates of money, 43.

people devoted to, 34
-, wants discharge of Ortell, 37
-, relations with Buys, 38-9, 211-2, 236-8.

willingness to obey but some make trouble, 42.

difficulty over religion, 43
-, treatment of Catholics, 51
-, dealings in matters of religion, 53-4.

needs backing, 43
-, orders things badly, 46.

on question of over payments, 45
-, will not deal with Huddilstone any more, 66.

breaks camp and puts troops in garrison, 47, 55
-, dines with Culenborg, 50.

treated harshly and ungratefully, 55
-, did not deal weakly with people, 64.

expected at Hague, 56
-, capture of Axel, 75-6
-, going to Hague, 81.

impresses people with queen's care for them, 63
-, asks queen to write for him to States General, 64.

hopes to get hold of 3 or 4 places in N. Holland, 63.

makes half moon towards Vueren, 66
-, goes to inspect Berghen, 68, 76-7, 81.

objections to Huddilstone, 68, 75, 81, 88
-, replies of referred to, 69
-, Sherley to see about, 83.

French demands of, 70-1
-, objections to his placard, 74, 88-91
-, placard of restricting trade, 296.

States grant entertainment to, 72
-, and sum for four months if will take the field, 73.

Hohenlohe promises to serve queen, 76
-, proposed mission to Denmark, 82.

proceedings in government compared with Norris, 78
-, Norris has to attend upon, 92.

Huddilstone's instructions with regard to, 83-4
-, he asks for more, 86.

grants letters of marque to Knowles, 85
-, arranges for payment by Merchants Adventurers, 88.

Galeys sent to, 85-6
-, recommends Sanders for Porte, 92.

movements, 87
-, meets Council at Gouda, 114
-, entertained at Brill, back at Hague, 115.

arms supplied to, 93
-, cannot take field for lack of money, 95
-, States grant money to, 108, 119-20.

queen asks to trust Maurice and Hohenlohe and to treat Norris and other soldiers well, 94.

hoped for more encouragement than got, 96
-, will write for guns, 98.

demands for queen's service, and answers to, 97-9
-, States offer to, 101
-, notes on articles presented to, 104-5.

takes men out of Brill, 98
-, and Gravelines, 99
-, hastening to oppose Parma, 103
-, taking the field, 111-2
-, going to relieve Rheinberg, 115-6, 128, 140.

in no haste to release Buys, 101
-, disavows imprisonment of Buys, 117
-, Buys tried to thwart, 122.

ordinance of, for Norris, 103-4
-, allowance and staff, 110
-, payments to, 297, 316-7.

recommends Fremin and Burgrave, 104
-, intervenes for Maninga, 105-6
-, ambassadors from Edzard with, 109.

deals firmly with States about English trade, 107
-, satisfies Count's ambassador about, 121.

on regulation of foreign coins, 109, 120, 134
-, matters for decision by, 129.

waiting for treasurer, 114
-, borrows to pay soldiers, 121.

gives banquet at Hague, 116
-, reasons for going to Gouda, 117.

leaves large English garrisons, 123
-, commission to Norris to relieve Rheinberg, 127.

receives Edwards, 125
-, no leisure for accounts, surprised that no auditor, 128.

takes men expelled from Utrecht into protection, 126
-, treats Huddilstone with courtesy, 134.

Sidney says must not complain of, 130
-, Norris says always crossed by, 133.

refers Ramekens to Council, 131
-, memorial to queen, 138
-, States fail to keep supplied, 139.

States limit authority to nothing by restrictions, 135
-, some of people want to transfer authority from States to, 136.

sending Sidney to Denmark, 136
-, Count Edzard aggrieved by, 160.

Norris objects to Marshal keeping place for, 137
-, unhappy to be matched with such a man, 138.

mem. of things Wilkes to put before, 139
-, answers to enquiries about camp, 140.

urges restraint of all papists from Court, 140-1
-, anxiety about queen's safety, 153.

asks for farm forfeited by Salebury, 141, 143
-, recommends Smith, 162.

peace negotiations kept from, 143
-, as seeks war rather than peace, 144.

captures Doesburg, 146, 150-2, 156
-, keeps T. Cecil away, 149
-, displeased at Irish pillaging, 153.

has Peret arrested, 147
-, States trying to undermine authority, 147-8.

makes Burrough governor of Doesburg, 153-4
-, before Zutphen, 161, 170.

contributions granted to, 154, 176, 180, 231
-, financial arrangement with Ringout, 156
-, Ringout appeals to, 175.

Dutch remonstrate with about placard, 156-60
-, efforts to create misunderstanding between, and States, 157
-, thwarted by States, 177
-, objections to Court of Finances of, 301.

Estates inform of proposed deputation to queen, 163
-, offers help to get more aid, 182.

Queen and Council staggered by charges under, 164
-, question of recall, 169, 174, 179.

Wilkes' caution about relations with, 168
-, payment of troops by, 172
-, urges for money to pay men, 202.

wrongs Norris, jealous of him, 173-4
-, captain of the Bull and, 184-5.

proposed reform of imposts, 178
-, represents to States need of further supplies, 182-3
-, orders examination of accounts, 198, 200.

grants annuity to Edward Stanley for prowess, 186-7
-, list of knights created by, 214.

deprecates queen's displeasure, 189
-, defends to her action on finances, 189
-, on treatment of Buys, 193
-, on Lord North, 194
-, on use of commissions, id.
-, on going into the field, 195
-, on use of treasure sent, 195-6
-, on placard, 196.

means to put troops in garrison, 198
-, orders musters, 199
-, regulation of troops, 219
-, regulations for musters, 220, 231.

reported defeat of, 200
-, opposition of Hohenlohe to, 233.

continues Errington at Flushing, 213
-, makes Conway master of ordnance, 214.

sends Clerk to Council, 218
-, to appoint delegacy for contributions, 225.

ordinance on union of churches, 219
-, acts for government in absence, 227, 232
-, restrictionof authority of Council by, 230.

remonstrance of States to, upon abuses, 221-3, 230
-, speech to States before departure, 225.

remembrances for, by Wilkes, 226-7
-, answer of States to, 228-30, 251.

States ask for speedy return, 232
-, asks for suppression of false rumours about journey, 235.

leaves Norris in command instead of Pelham, as intended, 234, 245.

means to uphold Deventer, 234-5
-, care for Ringault, 239, 254
-, States incensed with over Ringault, 253, 368-9.

representations for speedy return, 235, 265, 281, 315, 325, 332, 336, 360, 369, 374, 405-6, 409, 413.

leaving for Brill, 239
-, leaves pay questions in disorder, 243
-, Dutch deputies to cross with, 246.

and Norris-Hohenlohe quarrel, 240.

orders captains to treat burghers well, 241
-, Stanley recognises no other superior, 242
-, Wilkes warns about Stanley, 261
-, Stanley's promise to, 272.

recommends provision of Rheinberg, 242
-, confusions after departure, 262, 285, 309-10, 322.

St. Aldegonde's son to serve, 243
-, Caron gang to report to, 252
-, Caron devoted to, 256.

payments made to, in Netherlands, 243-4
-, money for to pay off troops, 244
-, no money for troops after departure, 264, 281.

appointed Yorke, 246-7
-, representations to about Stanley, 307, 318-9, 336
-, vouched for Yorke's fidelity, 332.

return, graciously received by queen, 251, 257
-, never in greater favour, 379.

Wilkes should direct letters to, 252
-, Wilkes remarks on reluctance to read papers, 270.

States' interference in Utrecht an infringement of authority, 255, 325
-, States infringe authority about army, 261.

busy over Queen of Scots affair, 257
-, letter to Hamburg in name of, 280, 285.

Ringault asks office of, 258
-, gives Ringault his papers back, 369.

Norris complains of treatment by, 260, 267, promised to put Littleton on queen's list, 290.

sworn to maintain privileges of Provinces, 264
-, outburst against by States' deputies, 268-9.

representations to about Manmaker, 265-6
-, Ortel denies saying anything against, 270.

asks States to account with treasurer, 266
-, wants deputies hastened over, 274.

Wilke's relations with, 270-1
-, takes offence at Wilkes's report of state of country, 313
-, blames him about papers, 314.

deputies from Utrecht to, 274
-, scant respect shown for, 276.

hostility of Moers to, 274 and of Hohenlohe, 308
-, Hohenlohe's grievance against, 352.

influenced to deprive Wingfield of pay, 275
-, Wingfield solicits for restitution, 276.

made Reade serjeant major, 279
-, appointed Sonoy his lieutenant, 282.

orders pay for Flushing and Ramekens, 282
-, left Errington in charge at Flushing, 286.

action taken without authority of, 283
-, if made governor all would obey, 302.

Fremyn badly used after departure, 289
-, writes on behalf of Gellie, 296
-, van Oncle employed by, 304.

sovereignty of Friesland offered to queen by agreement with, 291.

contributions granted to, 291, 313
-, payments by warrant of, 351.

reports to about Emden untrue, 301
-, Ringault petitions to be in service of, 304-5.

suggestion for making profit out of cloth, 303
-, influence asked for Vaerheilius, 309.

reply to complaints of States, 306
-, States fear return, 323
-, feeling against over Deventer, 331
-, States' letter of 4 Feb. to, 335-6
-, blamed for loss of Deventer, 341, 371.

Council represents unsatisfactory state of affairs to, 307
-, Council asks to renew authority, 303.

does not feel importance of disorders in the Provinces, 322
-, Buys,Hohenlohe and others may seek revenge on, 324
-, speeches in Council against, 353.

Denmark asked to advise of peace negotiations, 325
-, referred to peace at departure, 344.

proposal to engage reiters, 328
-, agreement about, 330.

offended with Wilkes over letters, 339
-, relations with Wilkes, 354
-, turns Pelham against Wilkes, 365.

befriends Brydges, 350
-, Schenna desires recommendation by, 353.

Dutch commissioners urge return, 357, 401
-, confusions in absence, need of return, 363, 371-2
-, ill spoken of in Netherlands, 371.

sacrifices made for country, 361
-, Stochelen considers States' attitude too unreasonable, 362
-, Williams can explain unpopularity, 366.

Wilkes urges to issues treasure, 365
-, encroachments on authority by States, 381-2.

can rule States as schoolmaster does his boys, 366.

to give directions about bestowal of garrisons, 372, 383
-, Utrecht and Dort levy troops in name of, 378.

Clerhagen sends information to about Utrecht, 372
-, suggested letter from to encourage Schenk, 374.

Privy Council letters signed by, 372-3
-, commission to Conway, 386.

Council of State not to be bound by acts of, 373
-, greatly offended by letter of States, 280.

queen wishes to return, 376
-, great desire for return, 395
-, behaviour of States makes queen doubtful about return, 402.

dislike between and Norris grows irreconcilable, 377
-, advances to Hohenlohe, 378
-, list of those maliciously affected to, 381
-, States and Maurice support Hohenlohe against, 387.

horsemen of, at Utrecht, 384
-, orders reinforcement of garrisons of Flushing and Brill, 386.

Conway sends intercepted letters to, 386
-, Buy wants Combes sent by, 393.

Schenck, declares allegiance to, 392
-, said to have charged States with gold chain for Schenck, 395.

honours Newenaar at departure, 394
-, return greatly desired, 406, 425.

letter from English Court about return, ingratitude of States to, 400-1.

States mean to alter government without advice or knowledge of, 402.

efforts to stir people against, 403
-, Deventer disliked for devotion to, 404.

placard of States of Holland infringing authority, 404
-, arguments showing States' dislike of, 437.

violations of authority by States, 405
-, articles presented by Wilkes upon, 405, 407-9.

Wilkes announces speedy return, 405
-, Council urges to return, 411.

Wilkes claims to have served well, 406.

Sonoy protests allegiance to, 410, 422, 426
-, Dutch captains drawn to service by, 412.

Hohenlohe's rage against, 410
-, Trello suggests means of confounding Hohenlohe to, 412-3.

Buckhurst to find out if people soundly affected to, and who oppose, 411
-, suggested letter to assure people of return, 421
-, danger of rousing hopes of return in vain, 424.

Norreys refers to malice of and thinks reconciliation unlikely, 412
-, instructions to Norris for distribution of troops, 419.

the most suitable person to represent the monarch, 414
-, appointed Willoughby to Berghen, 417.

belief that will not return, false, 414
-, will return soon, 415
-, coming will change things, 418.

Buy taking leave of, 415
-, Hohenlohe's protestations to, 417
-, Hohenlohe's discontent with irrecoverable, 427.

ready to discredit Norreys, 419-20
-, Norreys' reputation impugned by, 420.

Estates distasted with government of, 420
-, placard of, approval by States, 430.

Stanley and Yorke justify doings by terms of passport of, 421
-, sends Barenstro to France, 430.

dangerous for Buckhurst to come before, 421
-, Buckhurst warns people not to dishonour, 422.

St. Aldegonde thinks absence of caused change in Netherlands, 423
-, presence would stay all mischiefs, but may come too late, 427
-, States do not look for return, 428
-, return would remedy everything, 430, 433.

Morgan urges to deal drastically with States, 432
-, infringements of authority by States, 438
-, oath of obedience by States to, 439.

Morgan recommends Parker to, 433
-, approved reply to Polish ambassador, 439.

letters from, 1, 8, 10, 18, 22, 24, 28, 37, 39, 50, 41, 62, 68, 72, 75, 81, 92, 95, 104-6, 115, 119, 138, 140-1, 143, 146-7, 153-4, 162-4, 168, 183, 189, 199, 202, 205 (3), 207, 218, 234-5, 238, 257, 306, 326, 335-6, 354, 373, 376, 378.

-, referred to, 138, 213, 338, 400, 416.

letters to, 28, 44, 94, 137, 187, 200, 235, 239, 253, 258, 261, 268-9, 275, 281, 285, 307, 314, 318, 321, 330, 332, 337-8, 348, 354, 356, 364, 400, 403, 406, 409, 411, 412, 416, 421, 423, 430, 432, 439.

-, referred to, 95, 113, 115, 143, 187, 259, 333, 370, 420, 422, 431.

secretary of. See Atye, Arthur.

-, Thomas, sent to Burghley, 141.

Du Fresne, —, answer about anticipations, 231-2.

Duivenvoorde, heer van Warmoude, lieutenant admiral of Holland, commanding fleet in Ems, Hamburg magistrates ask to depart, 285.

Dunkirk [Nord, France], 100, 123, 349.

English prisoners at, 68, 216, 413
-, Bridges accused of frequenting enemies at, 185.

importance to England, 122, 249
-, well informed of English affairs, 294.

cargoes of corn for, 160, 170.

ships constantly bringing prisoners to, 289
-, war ships sail from, 292
-, depredations, 293
-, captures by ships of, 413.

short of soldiers and sailors, 293
-, short of gunners, 294.

Aldersaye refused passport to, 350
-, passage of goods to, 431.

Spanish boy sent to, 379
-, capture of ships from, 419.

Ostend a means to get possession of, 385.

bailly of, 288
-, officers and garrison, 292
-, pay of garrison, 293.

governor of. See Aguilar, Francesco de.

letters dated at, 69, 86, 215, 244, 258, 288-9, 407, 413.

news from, 292-4.

Dutch. See Low Countries.

Duurstede, Duerstede [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands], 274.

Dyer
-, Edward, suggested as governor of Flushing, 217
-, Ryngout foisted in by, 301.

-, Sir Richard, Sidney asks favour for, 68.



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