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'Index: F', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 469-472. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75325 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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Faimes, Fains, M. de, sent to observe English strength at Brill, 358, 360.

Fama, M. de, 329.

Famar, Capt, company of, 68n.

Families of Love, sect in Netherlands, 53.

Famyne, sergeant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Farges, in service of States, 300.

Farmer
-, Fermer, Capt., company in camp, 110
-, at Veluwe fort, 329
-, serjeant of, 330.

-, George, Capt., company with Norris, 129
-, knighted by Leicester, 214
-, company of, 300
-, Norris to have regard in discharging company, 386
-, appeal to Council for pay, 390.

-, Richard, Capt., company with Norris, 129
-, company reduced, 300.

Farnese, Fernessey, Alexander, Prince later duke of Parma, 156, 292.

takes Grave, 2
-, Graffigna takes present to, 3
-, de Loo goes to see, 5
-, and speaks with about peace, 56-60.

desirous of peace, 6
-, but fears Elizabeth may be deceiving him, 7
-, queen's high opinion of, 249.

confidence in Richardot, 8
-, peace overtures from, 17, 45.

speaks of absence of Pelham and Grey, 12
-, Montigny in disgrace with, 36.

besieges Venlo, 14, 19, 33
-, Leicester unable to meet, 20, 55
-, takes Venlo, 46, 54-5, 57-8, 61.

narrow escape near Venlo, 20, 49
-, tries to win over Schenck, 46.

troops well paid and well led, 46
-, succeeds in all things, 47
-, gets information from Catholics, 52
-, who work for him, 55.

goes to besiege Neuss, 46, 76
-, besieging it, 77, 87
-, takes it, 103
-, losses at, 116, 127.

makes fair war on English but severity with Schenck's men, 49
-, successes checked by English, 52.

reports of peace negotiations wit, 64
-, queen replies to about peace feelers, 78-80.

agent from Denmark with, 66
-, Bodenham goes to, 86.

gives up siege of Blyenbeck, 77
-, severe with those who surrender places, 81.

will not be diverted from enterprises, 88
-, terrible battery, to carry towns, 101.

dissensions stirred up by, 102
-, takes Meurs by intelligence, 113.

gone to Antwerp, 108
-, Leicester taking field against, 111
-, before Rheinberg, 116, 126.

Rheinberg will give control of Rhine, 126
-, raises siege, 147, 160, 170, 192
-, at Zutphen action, 214.

peace negotiations with, 143-4, 223-5
-, de Loo's dealings with, 203-6, 224, 276-8, 379, 388-90, 396-9, 428-9.

to command expedition against England, 146
-, in great danger in mutiny, 160, 170
-, draws camp nearer Wesel, 161, 170
-, strength of force, 162, 171.

raises camp, to fight reiters, 165, 168
-, reported defeat of reiters by, 200.

defeats English and takes Lochem, 200
-, at Buric to cross Rhine, 204.

ill of fever, 200
-, measures to revictual Zutphen, 201.

finds nobles of Netherlands ready to lay down arms, 207
-, writes to king of Denmark about peace, 310.

offer of Holland and Zeeland to, very well disposed, 210
-, Bodenham came from, 215
-, Dutch will not obey, 271.

and release of Le Sieur, 215, 244, 257-8, 288-9, 349, 407.

alleged plan to assassinate, 249-50
-, going to Italy to bury father, 293.

Brabant prays to be eased of troops, 262
-, troops of, 299
-, arrangements for paying troops, 303.

spy (?) returning to camp of, 303
-, Wauw betrayed to, 313
-, has instruments in all places to suborn men, 327.

to take field in March, offers to Prince of Bavaria and duke of Cleves, 306
-, at Brussels making preparations, 309.

report of sending Mansfeld and Champagny to England to treat, 308.

Ranzau's mission to, 320-1, 324, 343
-, York going to, 328
-, understanding with Stanley, 329.

wrong done to, in Portugal, 334
-, ready to help in France, 414.

Fremyn compares methods with those of allies, 355, 414
-, sends Westmorland to France, 392.

great preparations for a siege, 391
-, at Brussels, preparations, 414
-, preparing to take the field, 418, 423.

calls assembly of States at Brussels, 427
-, at Brussels, troubled with gout, 433.

rumour of Buys and Zeeland treating with secretly, for peace, 427.

will not treat in England, 429
-, articles given to, on behalf of queen, 435-7.

Antwerp makes large offers to, to besiege Bergen, 431
-, delayed by lack of forage, 433.

letters from, 45, 310.

-, referred to, 95, 279, 343, 426.

letters to, 78, 80, 276.

-, referred to, 95, 343.

Farnese, Ottavio, duke of Parma, death and burial, 293.

Farnham, co. Surrey, 85.

Febure, Francois le, 247.

Feitsma, Jelger van, excluded from Council, 408.

Ferfax, Capt., payment to, 316.

Fermer. See Farmer.

Fernessey. See Farnese.

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

fireworks, book on, 256.

fish, price in Holland and Zeeland, 297.

fisheries, importance to Holland, 159.

Flanders, 98, 104.

banks of, 70
-, money of, 154
-, Caron deputy for, to England, 252, 256.

campaign in, 92-3
-, most of Parma's army gone to, 108
-, English should invade, 115, 130, 162, 172
-, lose chance of spoil in, 129.

Parma strengthens position in, 126
-, Sluys useful for recovery of, 236.

recovery would enable States to bear charges, 174
-, contributions from, 183.

some advocate conquest of, 247
-, abandoned by Dutch, 302.

enemy enterprise on fortresses in, 263
-, frontier towns of neglected by States, 402.

Spanish officials in, 292
-, payment to secure liberties, 293.

consumptions to be levied in, 295
-, state of, warning to Dutch, 344.

Ryngaut's property in, 305
-, States exclude from Council, 408
-, need of representative in Council, 430.

preparations in to besiege Ostend and Sluys, 414
-, division of enemy's force for, 425.

president of. See Meetkerke, Adolf van.

receiver of. See Castilio.

Florestein, imprisoned, 87.

Flowerdew, Edward, Baron of the Exchequer, 19.

Flushing, Vlissinge, Vlishing, Vlisching, [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], 56, 303.

troops for, 5, 10, 42
-, pay of, 26, 86, 142, 168, 188, 202, 207, 226, 260, 282, 286, 297, 300, 305, 311, 316-7, 383.

munitioning of, 41
-, musters at, 71
-, troops from, 77
-, garrison of, 85, 93, 109, 419
-, list of troops at, 383.

Sidney going to, 68, 100
-, Huddlestone at, 112
-, Willoughby at, 117, 313.

rendezvous before, 76
-, purchase should be redeemed, 179.

danger of loss by mutiny of troops, 130
-, disorder of troops at through lack of pay, 213, 260.

troops needed for if country revolts, 140
-, muster of companies at, 267.

Lester and Digges go to, 164
-, affection for Sidney at, 213, 217
-, Leicester sailed from, 400.

inheritance of Count Maurice, 179
-, Errington in charge of, 286.

ship carried to, 185
-, men of take Bristol ship, 206
-, prisoners of war at, 216.

Wingfield stationed at, 275, 282
-, Vaerheilius wishes to serve at, 309.

Russel much looked for at, 312
-, Udal wishes to serve at, under Russel, 320
-, Count Solms ordered to observe state of, 388.

requirements of ordnance at, 316
-, need of more munitions and men, 369, 378
-, deficiencies of garrison, 370.

position of English garrison in, 337
-, payment for victualling, 357.

instructions to Russel for, 348-9
-, Russel expected at, 358
-, arrives, 361.

ship from Calais carried into, 350
-, extortions of merchants from soldiers at, 371.

people well affected, 363, 382
-, Erington relieved of government, 403.

Solms to observe state of, 387.

Russel's answers to instructions, 382
-, Russel obtains supplies for, 388.

importance of Ostend to, 385
-, men of rescue Trent's ship, 413.

queen orders reinforcing of garrison, 386
-, advantage to queen, efforts to deprive her of, 395.

would be benefited by Russel having government of Zeeland, 392.

full of disorderly people
-, anti English, 409
-, more English companies sent to, people cannot lodge, 418.

victualling of garrison, 412
-, remains very firm to queen, 422
-, Buckhurst arrives at, 422, 431.

burgomasters and echevins of, letters of, 217.

desire Russel or Dyer for governor, 217-8
-, will second Russel, 364.

garrison of, 325.

-, entertainment for, 330.

governor of. See North, Robert lord
-, Russel, Sir William
-, Sidney, Sir Philip.

lieutenant of. See Erington, Nicholas.

pensionary of. See Beke, Jean van den.

ships of, 296
-, blockade Hamburg, 293-4.

letters dated at, 102, 130-1, 214, 217-8, 283, 287, 313, 320, 358, 361, 363-4, 367-9, 371, 378-80, 387-8, 391-2, 403, 410, 418, 430-2.

Fonseca, Riegommes de, captain, 292.

Fornos. See Furnes.

Fotheringay, co. Northants, Walsingham at, 205.

Fox, Lodwick, public notary at Leeuwarden, 291.

France :

intelligence from>, 7.

objections to placard forbidding trade with Spain, 70-1, 74, 158
-, trade of diverted from Netherlands, 90.

ships captured by Dutch, satisfaction claimed, 70-1
-, reprisals on Dutch, 159.

Buis preferred to bring in English instead of, 101, 122, 211.

coins of, 112-3.

Spain can get supplies from, 159, 350
-, food sent to enemy by way of, 387.

Mondragon sends English deserters through, 161, 171
-, Westmorland sent by Parma to, 392.

English goods seized in reason for jealousy, 377
-, war with Spain, 436.

Barenstro sent to, by Leicester, 430
-, Commissioner Van Vecken sent to, 438.

-, Council of, 69-71.

-, king of, 439.

-, - See Henry III.

-, queen mother of. See Medici, Catherine de.

France, Dr., deputy of Enkhuizen to States, extravagant talk about Leicester and English, 395.

Francesqui, Jacomo di, suspected complicity in Babington plot, 188.

Francis of Valois, duke of Anjou, Monsieur, 46.

Leicester's action compared with, 74
-, domain granted to, 178.

Francis, servant of Sir John Conway, 367.

Frankfort on Main [German Empire], Edwards at, 123.

divines of, answer Edward, 124.

Frederick II., king of Denmark :

offers troops to Leicester, 36
-, influence of Rantzow with, 39.

designs on sovereignty of Netherlands, 36
-, Buys' efforts for, 38-9, 136
-, Robert Sidney sent to, 136.

said to have agent with Parma, 66
-, letter of Parma to, about peace, 310.

attends diet at Luneburg, 108, 127, 142
-, proposal to make king of Romans, 219.

States refuse offer of, 191
-, relations with Netherlands, 230.

Caron finds very pro Spanish, 252
-, cunning of mission to queen, 256.

States not pleased with interference about peace, 320
-, States apologise to about Ranzau, 324-5
-, deprecate peace move of, 325
-, States inform queen about, 343
-, ask her to get him to desist, 345.

letter from, referred to, 343.

letters to, 310, 324.

-, referred to, 320-1.

Frederick IV., Elector Palatine, 124.

Fremin, ? Fremhens, Col. George :

raising French companies for Netherlands, 102, 104
-, asks return of book on fireworks, lent to Sidney, 256
-, ill treatment by States, 289
-, States use all devices to keep, 323
-, troops unpaid, 414, 433.

great friend of English, 376
-, asks to be taken into queen's pay, 414
-, urges return of Leicester, 433.

letters from, 256, 289, 342, 354-5, 413, 433.

French :

Fremyn raises regiment of, for Netherlands, 102, 104.

Neuss betrayed by two, 103.

Friesland, Frise, Frize, Prov. Netherlands :

Norris fears losses in, 93
-, some of Spanish troops go to, 108.

to join in contributions, 97
-, corn of, 113
-, contributions of, 177, 179, 183, 229, 295.

need to gall enemy in, 130
-, garrison not to be exchanged without consent, 245.

governor of, 179
-, deputy from to England, 228.

better affected to queen than Holland, 226
-, proposal of queen to take sovereignty, 247.

subject to inundation, 228
-, Utrecht key of Holland towards, 284.

proposed anticipation of quota to pay troops, 244.

danger to England if enemy occupies port in, 249
-, enemy marching towards, 254
-, Taxis gone towards, 273.

States object to Leicester's receiver in, 268, 306, 353
-, States of and offer of sovereignty to queen, 289, 291
-, Leicester should assure of return, 421.

Maurice appointed captain general of, 317
-, Spanish regiments in, 434-5.

towns will not admit English companies, 382.

Leicester appointed Aysma and Feisma to represent on Council, 408
-, need of representatives upon Council, 430.

commissioner of, apostiles by, 455.

-, governor. See Nassau, William Louis of.

Friesland, East. See East Friesland.

-, West. See West Friesland.

Frost, William, 170.

Fueren, Vueren [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], hinders passage of Meuse, 66.

Fugger, Hans, quiets disturbance at Augsburg, 124.

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

Furnes, Fornos [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 292.

captain of. See Bade, M. de la.



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