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'Index: H', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2: June 1586-March 1587 (1927), pp. 475-481. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75327 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Haarlem
-, Haerlem, Harlem [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], paper dated at, 218
-, Leicester should assure of return, 421.

hackneys. See horses.

Hague, Graefshagen, Haye, S. Gravenhage, the [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 371.

Leicester going to, 56, 76, 81, 87
-, Leicester at, 114-6, 236.

directions given out from, 107
-, Ringault's papers at, 369.

Council of State at, 114
-, Wilkes at, 116
-, Norris going to, 353
-, Wilkes sick at, 364.

Leicester gives banquet at, 116
-, Edwards reaches, 125
-, Leicester going to, to make arrangements for government, 208-9
-, hire of houses at, 317.

Buys not sent to, on arrest, 237
-, Ringault brought to, 253
-, Ranzau sent to, 343.

Huddilstone at, 312
-, Buys at, 323
-, Mörs at, 333
-, St. Aldegonde at, 334
-, Conway at, 341.

disorderly soldiery about, 386
-, Buckhurst going to, 423.

healths drunk to new government at, 395
-, Hohenlohe removes property from, 427.

letters and papers dated at, 14, 88, 93, 97-8, 102, 104-6, 108, 112, 119, 153, 157, 218-20, 227, 230-2, 238, 240, 245, 251, 253, 256, 259, 260, 262-5, 267, 269, 271, 275-6, 279-82, 284, 286, 288, 290-1, 307-10, 312-22, 324-6, 328, 330, 332-6, 338, 340, 343, 345-6, 354-6, 363, 365-6, 370, 372, 378-9, 381, 391, 395, 400, 406, 410, 411, 424, 426, 430.

synod held at, 219.

Hainault
-, [Prov. Belgium], some advocate conquest of, 247
-, geographical account of, 303
-, Parma's troops in, 434.

Hamburg, German Empire, 142.

no accord with, 82
-, mart for English trade at, 118
-, pilots sent to, 160, 170.

letter to, about ships in Elbe, 280
-, withdrawal asked for, 285.

ships sent to prevent transporting of corn at to enemy 285
-, corn ships blockaded in by Dutch, 293-4
-, letter from, about blockade, 348.

English merchants at, 290.

magistrates of, to count of Holland about Lodolphus Johannes, 418.

letter dated at, 418.

Hamlin, Capt., company at Rheinberg, 127.

Hanse
-, hard dealing with English, 118
-, danger of Emden joining with, 119.

Harbert, A., 247.

Harborne, Garberne, William, English ambassador at the Porte, Sanders wants post, 92.

Harcourt, Harecourt, Michel, payment of troops, 83-4.

Norris to have regard in discharging company, 386
-, appeal to Council for pay, 390.

Harderwijk [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], Count Mörs loses labour at, 347.

Harfleete, William, clerk of the musters, Flushing, letter to, 71.

hargalatiers, horse, wages of, 351.

Harlem. See Haarlem.

Harleston. See Huddlestone.

Harlingen
-, Hirlingham [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands], considered as cautionary town, 22
-, North made Governor of, 87, 179
-, Cecil unwilling to exchange Brill for, 98.

Harrys, —, agent of Crofts at Calais, 143.

Hart, Capt. Richard :

company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payment to, 316.

declaration signed by, 376
-, Morgan sends to Russel, 433.

Harvie, —, payment to, for Leicester, 244.

Hasselrigge, —, 132.

Hast, Charles, gentleman of earl of Leicester, prisoner at Dunkirk, 69, 85-6.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, Vice Chamberlain, 66.

to hear Huddilstone's defence, 83
-, informed about de Loo, 144
-, appointed Stanley's lieutenant, 188.

letter from, 22, 28.

letters to, 28, 142, 424.

-, referred to, 23, 138.

Hatton, young, Mr., 126.

at taking of Doesborch, 151.

- William, knighted by Leicester, 214.

Hauesaxen. See Hohensachsen.

Hautepenne, sieur de. See Berlaymont, Claude de.

Havant, co. Hants, good landing for Spaniards near, 294.

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

Hawkins, John, treasurer of the victuals, payment to, 357.

hay, price in Holland and Zeeland, 297.

Haye. See Hague.

Hearle. See Herle.

Heidelberg [Baden, German Empire], divines of, 123-4.

Helms, Capt., without garrison, 346.

Hemart, Hemert, heer van. See Torck, Lubbert.

Hender, Degory, payment to, 311.

Hendrickson, Albricht, printer, 346.

-, Garret, master of the Golden George, money to be restored to, 416.

Heneage, Hennits, Henniton, Sir Thomas, 1, 9, 11, 19,

mission affects Leicester's prestige. 13
-, behaviour commended 18.

takes letters of States to queen, 15
-, mission to Netherlands, 28-30
-, caused no small difficulties, 43
-, asked to send Cubiaur, 68
-, present from Dordrecht to, 72.

letters to, 68, 72.

Henry III., king of France :

exceptions to Leicester's placard, 69-71, 95, 101, 196
-, demands satisfaction for those injured by Zeeland ships, 71, 74.

not answerable for Monsieur's actions against Spain, 74
-, decided at Luneburg that no German levies for, 127.

reprisals on Dutch shipping, 159
-, Parma prepared to help, 415.

Henry V., king of England, idea of conquest fitter for, 248.

Henry VIII., king of England, coins of, 112, 135.

idea of conquest fitter for, 248.

Henry, king of Navarre :

reprisals on Dutch shipping, 159
-, Stanley ready to serve, 246.

recommends Vaerheilius, 309.

use of Ter Veere for prizes of, 408.

Hercott, Capt., payment for raising and transporting troops, 319.

Herle, Hearle, Herlle, William :

mission to the Count Edzard, 21
-, expected back, 27
-, cold reception, 35
-, return, 87
-, States should bear charge, 99.

to report about Emden, 115
-, North praises, 128
-, payment for mission, 317.

delivers letters at Utrecht, 116
-, letters sent by, 123, 127, 138.

Clark asks for, 155
-, encourages opposition at Utrecht, 284.

paper with notes by on Buys etc., 301-2.

letter from, 138.

-, referred to, 284.

letter to, 160.

Hernehoft, Lambert, 125.

Heron, —, sent over with recommendation from Russel, 364-5.

Herthoge, Capt., tried for loss of Grave, 48.

Hertogenbosch. Bois le Due., Bolduke, Bosleduc. Sertingame buss [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands]:

English camp passed to, 33
-, Leicester sends troops to ravage, 95.

troop of, 299.

Hespell, Gilbert Janssen, maltreated by soldiers, 257.

Hesse Cassel, landgrave of. See William IV.

Hety, Mr., sent to England by Wilkes, 274.

Hensden, Hoesden, Hosden, Huesden, Huysden [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands] :

Leicester sends troops to, 2, 55
-, enemy makes offer towards, 3
-, enemy has many friends at, 20.

Parma expected to besiege, 396, 433.

governor of, 179.

- See also Yselstein.

Hill
-, Capt. John, company at Brill, 109
-, payments to, 311, 319.

Hirlingham. See Harlingen.

Hinder, Capt., company at Flushing, 109.

Hoase, Peter de, of Dunkirk, ship owner, 293.

Hobbes, Wybe, captain of the trained bands, Leeuwarden, 291.

Hobson, Dorothy, letter of Leicester in favour of, 50.

Hochsaxen, Hoghesacsen. See Hohensachsen.

Hoesden, See Heusden.

Hohenlohe Langenburg, Hollock, Hollac, Holloc, Hoogenloo, Philip, count of, 392.

on court to try Hemert, 19, 27, 48
-, resigns office of lieut. general, suspected alienation, 35-6
-, Buys inflames discontent, 38
-, renews oath to serve queen, 76.

sent to Gertruydenberg, 76
-, has no guard, while Pelham has, 87.

Leicester to show regard for, 94
-, letter of queen for, 95.

expedition into Brabant, 115-7
-, at taking of Duisburg, 146.

quarrel with Edward Norris, 116, 118, 126, 128, 133, 374
-, John Norris' envy overthrew, 138
-, Edw. Norris challenges, 240.

Buys influences against government, 136
-, Leicester influences against John Norris, 173
-, presses for release of Buys, 321
-, seconds his case, 324.

pay of, by States, 180
-, Stanley receives as much, 323
-, Stanley and Yorke independent of, 371.

Leicester leaves in command of foreign troops, 232-3
-, Leicester asks to be informed of proceedings, 239
-, safeguards given by to people, 257.

opposes Leicester's government and enemy to English, 233, 253
-, strengthens faction, 308.

correspondence with some of Council, openly and privily, 254
-, Balfour professes devotion to, 258
-, Wilkes tries to mollify, 318
-, suggestion that Walsingham shall do the like, 324.

reduction of Dutch companies made too mind of, 261
-, companies in service of States, 300.

appointed lieutenant to Maurice, 317, 387
-, Schenna desires passport of, 353.

grievance against Leicester but assurance of faithful service, 352
-, declared enemy of Leicester, 368.

going to Kampen for conference, 353
-, ready to undertake the war, 363
-, with Maurice raising troops, 367, 370.

thanks Walsingham for goodwill, 356
-, strange dealing of makes queen backward, 376.

trying to oust Clerhagen, 359.

seeking to oust queen from government, 367
-, in league against English, 368.

troops placed under orders of, 378, 381
-, troops take oath to, 381
-, frequently meetings at house of, 396.

Leicester tries to propitiate, 378
-, Maurice and States support against Leicester, 387.

plot to subject Utrecht to Holland, 381
-, threats to English horse, 404.

promise about regiments at Woerden, 382
-, gallantry at Battenburgh, 393.

wants to introduce Dutch companies into Berghen, 391
-, made lieutenant under Maurice, 404n, 437.

promises to redeem Villiers, 395
-, at Leyden, rage against Leicester, 410
-, thinks country can do without queen, 411.

reported dealings with enemy. 410, 426
-, oath of troops to, 411
-, Council afraid of, 426.

Trello's plan for confounding, 412-3
-, opposition to Leicester, 420
-, action at Gorcum, 421, 424
-, returns to Hague unsuccessful, 424, 428.

makes Caron means to Leicester, 417
-, discontent with Leicester irrecoverable, 427.

Solms kinsman of, 418
-, persecution of Sonoy, 426.

asks States for disposal of entire contributions of Brabant, 433
-, asked for government of Zeeland, 437.

letters from, 352, 356, 416.

letters to, 317, 378, 379.

-, referred to, 136, 187, 411.

Hohensachsen
-, Hauesaxen, Hoghesacsen, Hochsaxen, Johan freiherr von, governor of Geldern, at Utrecht, 49
-, goes to levy reiters, 50.

regiment in service of States, 300
-, to have charge of ten companies of foot and be lieutenant of Count of Moeurs, 395.

refuses proffered command in Overyssel and Gelders, 408.

Hollac. See Hohenlohe.

Holland, Province of, Netherlands, 216, 311, 316, 400.

Bomnel entry into, 2
-, no healthy place in, 23
-, ducat of, 113.

appeal for Philip Bishop, 9
-, complaint that ships hinder trade of Emden, 40.

memorial concerning contributions, 14
-, payment of money in, 86, 88.

Denmark in position to defend, 36
-, Buys intriguing to make Denmark king of, 38.

talk of general reconciliation with, 47
-, Spanish offer to burghers, 61.

English garrison keys of, 54
-, why queen sent troops to, 56.

Brackenbury would be useful in, 69
-, memorial for, 77, 82
-, Roger Edwards in, 123.

depredations by ships of, 70
-, cannot stop victuals to enemy by Ems alone, 302.

list of war ships in service of, 71
-, ship of captured, 293.

proposed English staple in, 82
-, whole wealth in sea trade, 89, 157
-, chief source of revenues, 139.

remonstrance about placard, 88-90
-, and on points of treaty, 90-2.

heavy proportion of war charges borne by, 89
-, answer to Leicester's proposals, 97.

objection to Ryngout, 91
-, complains of misrule of soldiers, 92.

indifferent to losses of other Provinces, 96
-, quarrel with Utrecht, 132.

Leicester's notes to articles presented by, 104-5
-, objections to placard, 156.

inheritance of country of belongs to Count Maurice, 131
-, de Loo to avoid, 144.

merchants unwilling to change mart to, 136
-, prices of victuals in, 297.

motion in to remove States from authority, 136
-, efforts to furnish money to Leicester, 156.

export of fish and dairy produce are mines of, 159
-, trade of, and placard, 174.

losses in trying to relieve Rheinberg by water, 160, 170
-, Parma approaches camp, 161, 170.

contributions of, 177, 183, 222, 228-9, 295
-, total receipts from, 179.

governors in, 179
-, connection with Utrecht, 223
-, Utrecht key of, 284.

declaration concerning ambassadors to England, 186
-, people in stirred against English, 403.

offered by queen to Parma, 210
-, loyalty to queen compared unfavourably with other provinces, 226
-, proposal for queen to take sovereignty, 247.

representatives to England, 228
-, Huddleston's returning to, 243, 257
-, makes difficulty about sending to England, 286.

money sent to, for English troops, 243
-, companies of Scots ready to march for, 346.

to furnish quota in advance to pay troops, 244.

garrisons only to be changed by advice of governor and Estates, 245
-, great convoy for, 353.

danger to England if enemy captures port in, 249
-, expected attack on, 254.

Fremyn's service to, 289
-, Scots soldiers for thrown into sea, 293.

mutiny of sailors in, 306
-, means of reducing to terms, 325
-, Stanley will ruin country up to, 328.

Maurice made captain general of, 317
-, mean to make lieutenant governor, 353.

wish to use all as instruments, 335
-, danger of peace to, 362.

Norris threatens to send unprovided companies into, 353, 356.

Villiers with Count of Nassau in, 360
-, plan to get control of Utrecht, 381.

Maurice sounds drum for followers in, 367
-, levies troops on behalf of States, 378
-, plan to establish Maurice in government of, 381
-, care for no quarter but their own, 412.

towns in refuse to admit English companies, 382
-, order in to stop victuals going to Berghen, 391
-, English troops thrust out of towns in, 402.

money for troops taken to, 403
-, money received from, 411
-, pay for garrisons in, 415.

English troops in threatened, 404
-, placard against admission of English troops in, 404, 408.

plan to get control of Utrecht, 404
-, intention to surprise Rammekens, 406.

prisoners, at Dunkirk, 413.

Berghen a bulwark for, 416
-, danger to, if Gelders, Overyssel and Utrecht yield, 425.

Hohenlohe's design to secure chief towns of for self and Maurice

deputies of. See Berckenrode
-, Boyemer
-, Lonck, Therry
-, Mattenes Menyn
-, Nyvelt, Willem van
-, Pauli, Johan
-, Roels, Guillaume
-, Schagen, John.

lieutenant admiral of. See Duivenvoorde,

Holland, Prov., Estates of :

demonstrations concerning navigation, 157
-, articles concerning placard, 157-60
-, remonstrance concerning treaty with queen, 160.

remonstrance on rights, 218-9, 230.

to be consulted about change of garrisons, 245
-, to nominate councillors to assist Maurice, 303
-, high hopes of Russel, 312.

resolution for preservation of flat country, 317
-, mean to set up hereditary magistrate at Utrecht, 325.

Norris wants to put English troops in garrison, 356, 359
-, Faims sent to Brill by, 360.

in league against English, 368
-, placard issued by, 404, 408.

place troops under Maurice and Hohenlohe, 378, 381
-, and Gorcum, 391.

Ryngault's papers in hands of, 396.

stop Council allowing garrisons in that province, 407
-, allow free trade with neutrals, 408
-, new oath presented by, to soldiers, 411.

send Solms to be governor of Zeeland, 418
-, appointed Count Philip governor of Gorcum, 427.

letter from, 155.

-, referred to, 401.

provisional council of, 237, 360.

Holland, North, 22.

Leicester's plan to secure, 63
-, proposal to change name to W. Friesland, 177.

Thomas Cecil in, 81
-, trade to Emden cuts off whole trade of, 107
-, will cry out for this, 121.

not in league against Leicester, 325
-, some towns will only receive English troops from, 348
-, factions have no great effect in, 420.

practices of Maurice against Leicester in, 421
-, Vandermille with Maurice in, 424
-, failure of Maurice in, 428.

governor of. See Sonoy.

Holland
-, South, Brill keeps passage for, 23
-, North Holland thinks of separating from, 177.

Holloc, Hollock. See Hohenlohe.

Holstein, statholder of. See Rantzow, Henry.

Holy Roman Empire, case of Maninga referred to, 439.

Hondschoote, Hounscoate [Nord, France], changes garrison with Nieuport, 293.

Hooft, Pierre, deputy of Venlo, signs articles of surrender, 61.

Hoogenloo. See Hohenlohe.

Hoorn, Horne [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands] :

move in to change name of province, 177
-, troops sent away from, 282.

magistrates of to be informed of export of corn, 347
-, Leicester should assure of return, 421.

turns out Bruning and Malson, 421, 426
-, resists Maurice, faithful to queen, 413-4, 426.

-, Escoutette of, has difficulty in saving Bruyninck and Malson, 426.

Hope
-, of Flushing, Ortell's petition for. 295n
-, still detained, 296.

Hopton, Sir Owyn, Lieutenant of the Tower, holds out hope of release to Mettecovery, 146.

horses
-, mares, hackneys, geldings, gift to Davidson, 207
-, marquis of Renty desires from England, 407.

Hosden. See Heusden.

Hotman, Hottoman, Dr., Ottamon, Otteman, 369.

about to be despatched, 50
-, translation by, 239.

asked to join in pacification of Utrecht, 255, 283
-, reports upon, 258, 268, 273-4.

will write about Utrecht, 286
-, Leicester referred to for information, 308, 404.

letters from, 152, 273, 410.

Hounscoate. See Hondschoote.

Howard, Charles lord, Lord Admiral, 296.

merchants must have passport from, 28
-, lack of respect to, 185.

letters signed by, 372-3
-, depredations by ships with passports from, 418.

letter to, 184.

-, alluded to, 138.

Huddilstone, Huddlestone, Harleston, Richard, treasurer to the English forces in the Netherlands, 26, 39, 111, 299.

payments by, 21, 45, 90, 104, 199, 209-10
-, money taken up by, 84
-, could not supply requisite payments, 195
-, book of, 198.

repayment to 23
-, acquittance from, 209
-, payments to, 297, 312, 317.

Leicester complains of, 65, 75, 78, 82
-, and will deal no more with, 66
-, answers to charges, 67-9, 75
-, payments without warrant, 121.

instruction for, 83-4
-, asks Council for instructions, 86
-, goes to Middelburg, 112, 216.

to be removed as not pleasing Leicester, 88
-, to be used according to desert, 94.

to act with Shirley, 98
-, acting without him, 142
-, examination of accounts, 164.

awaited at Utrecht, 114
-, arrives there, 116
-, Leicester shows courtesy to, 134.

goes to see Lester at Utrecht, 167
-, question of retaining or leaving office, 169.

says all the money gone, 172
-, returning to England, 188
-, absent, 200, 207.

treasure in hands of, 231
-, at Middelburgh, attending to accounts, 243, 257-8
-, at Hague expecting to return, 312.

going to Holland, 243, 257
-, Leicester asks States to treat with, 266.

Gilpin asks Walsingham to write to for help, 260.

accounts presented by, 311, 316, 319, 345-6, 351
-, payment in time of, 423.

to borrow from Merchants Adventurers, 316
-, returns with recommendation from Wilkes, 345.

departs having made up accounts with States, 365
-, departure, 367.

letters from, 67, 86, 112, 133, 50, 167, 169, 209, 216, 243, 257-8, 312.

Hudleston
-, Huddelston, Capt., in garrison at Rheinberg, 109
-, losses of company at Batenburg, 294.

Hues, lord Norris's man, 116.

Huesden. See Heusden.

Hulst [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], plan of, 102.

Hungary, coins of, 113.

Hunnies
-, Hunnige, Hunning, Hunings, Capt. John, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payments to, 312, 319.

-, -, ancient in Stanley's company, 351.

Hunt, Edmund, auditor of troops in Netherlands, 22.

articles exhibited against Huddilstone, 68
-, and Huddilstone, 134
-, Leicester asks for, 165
-, payment to, 317.

Huntly
-, Huntley, Capt. Edmund, sent from Bergen to Flushing, 42
-, to be in queen's pay, 71
-, company of, 109
-, payment to, 317.

-, - See also Shelton.

Hutton, goes against Axel, 76.

Huygens, Christopher, greffier to Council of State, documents signed by, 105, 345.

Huysden. See Heusden.

Hytchok, Capt., company at Deventer, 300.



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