Index
C

Sponsor

Institute of Historical Research

Publication

Author

Sophie Crawford Lomas and Allen B. Hinds (editors)

Year published

1929

Pages

511-518

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Index: C', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 3: April-December 1587 (1929), pp. 511-518. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75383 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

C

C.D., son of A. B., tells of Dutch leaders corresponding with Parma, 364.

Cadiz, Cales [Prov. Andalusia, Spain], Drake's epxloit at, alluded to, 88, 91, 161, 185-6, 280.

Cadsand. See Kadzand.

Calais, Calles, Calys [Pas de Calais, France], 55, 242, 300.

letters from, 254, 287, 381.

daily letters to, 433.

Dutch squadron off, 64
-, grain ships off, 253.

enemy receives supplies through, 76, 85, 87, 117
-, provision of corn at, 223-4.

enemy's losses may be known at, 159.

munitioner of, claims ships taken to Flushing, 223.

ships of, capture English colliers, 253.

English deserters go home via, 267, 296.

Walsingham sent Jeffrey to, 287
-, de Loo recalled from, 395, 399, 414-5.

-, governor of. See Mauleon, Girault de, Seigneur de Gourdain.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Calicut [Madras, India], de Loo asks for preference at sale of goods of, 179.

Calvart, L., letter from, 17.

Calys. See Calais.

Cambrai
-, Cambray, Cameryke, Cammerick [Nord, France], Parma's forces supposed going to, 330
-, Parma intends to besiege, 395, 432.

Cambridge, county of, levies from for Netherlands, 104.

Camden, William, 'Brittannia' of, found on Weldon, 405.

Cameryke, Cammerick. See Cambrai.

Camminga, Caminga, Wytthe van, deputy of Friesland in States General, 172.

report of business with Hohenlohe, 208
-, Leicester's confidences with, 285.

shows letters from Friesland in Council, 329
-, defends opening letters, 330
-, of Maurice's faction, 411.

camp, act of States for setting up, 97.

letter to queen about, 99
-, and to Leicester, 100
-, Council explains action about, 100-1.

Norris consulted about, 101
-, matter considered in Council, 102-3
-, Buckhurst and Wilkes will not interfere about, 103.

memorial upon, 106
-, States dilate on cost of, 157.

conference to be held touching maintenance of, 190
-, cannot be formed without more money, 223
-, preparations for coldly spoken of, 269.

Campen. See Kampen.

Campernowne. See Champernowne.

Camphere, Camphire, Camver. See Ter Veere.

Capelle, Capel, Gerlich van, president of States General, 172.

report of business with Hohenlohe, 208
-, Leicester's confidences with, 285.

Capetot, M. de, agent of Navarre in Low Countries, going to England, 440.

Cardinals, College of, plan to use James against England, 449.

Carew, Dr. George, Clerk suggests, to replace him, 17.

Carey
-, Henry, baron Hunsdon the Lord Chamberlain and captain of the gentlemen pensioners, letter signed by, 194
-, letter to, 219.

payment to, 375.

Carie. See Cary.

Carlesse, Capt., in charge of levies from Suffolk, 104.

Carmage, Mistress, 252.

Caron
-, Noel de, Sieur de Schoonewal, reaches London from Flanders, 118
-, at conference at Greenwich, 128.

letters from, 4, 13.

Carpe, Robert, letters taken by, 250.

Cary
-, Carie, Sir Edmund, Dordrecht took in, with whole band, 357
-, company sent to Rotterdam, 490.

Casimir, Duke. See John Casimir.

Cassand, Cassant. See Kadzand.

Castilla, Castillie, Castillio, Castylia, Juan de, Joan de Castiel, question of ransom, 1-3, 57-8, 312-3.

Mondragon makes small account of, 2
-, Le Sieur asks that be not released before he has his own liberty, 52.

Morgan deals with Russel for, 58
-, brought to Flushing, 69
-, Morgan has trouble with soldiers over, 112
-, contentment promised for, 114
-, Morgan wishes case settled, 208, 311.

Bacx asks rest of money for, 174
-, feared may die, 312, 343, 368
-, very sick, 377
-, health better, 392.

letters of, asking for liberty, 271
-, Russel writes to Morgan about, 298.

cannot be exchanged for Teligny, 316, 340
-, Leicester and, 377-8.

presses for release, 340
-, Princess of Orange obstructs release, 340, 343
-, she leaves it to Walsingham, 368.

proposed removal to Middleborough, 377, 391
-, Burnham's opinion on, 392.

exchange for Villiers, 444, 450
-, released at Leicester's departure, 453.

Catholics
-, Papists, recusants : urged to stand firm for betrayal of towns, 22
-, ready to hearken to peace, 182.

treatment of, at queen's accession, 54
-, numbers of ill-affected, in queen's dominions, 292.

majority of magistrates at Zierickzee are, 216.

only ones pleased by peace proposals, 267, 269, 395.

relics of Martyrs sent by, to France, 349, 406.

Weldon likely to discover traitors, among, 406
-, questions concerning attitude of, 492-3.

fines of, 455.

Catlin, Capt., in charge of levies from Yorkshire, 104.

Caulier, Michel, Col. Mychell, governor of Lillo, Liefkenshoek and Terneuse : favours Hohenlohe, 175.

Causyant. See Kadzand.

cautionary towns, 374.

payment of garrisons, 13
-, method of paying troops in, 57.

garrisons increased by 500 men, 33
-, treasure to be used for pay of garrisons of, 141
-, note of disbursements to, 215.

Dutch fear queen delivering to enemy, 446
-, Dutch may demand return, 467.

Killigrew urges Leicester to look to safety of, 459
-, queen will not restore, 493-4.

- See also Brielle
-, Flushing
-, Rammekens.

Cecil, Sir Thomas, governor of Brill, 290.

troop in queen's pay, 82
-, captain of lances and footband, 290.

to follow Leicester's direction about troops, 123-4
-, absent, 130.

Cecil, William, Lord Burghley, the lord Treasurer, 302.

note concerning, 13
-, notes on money expended for troops, 29
-, notes on accounts, 193.

and peace negotiations, 28, 116, 295
-, arguments on peace offer, 466.

Norris asks for backing of, 31, 160
-, note on Norris's captains, 178
-, note on Buckhurst, 181
-, Norris asks mediation with queen, 220.

de Loo's compliments to, 55.

Wilkes fears action against his patent for salt, 67-8
-, absent, 74.

conference with Dutch ministers, 128
-, official dinner to, cost, 455.

Sherley's case referred to by queen, 174.

Buckhurst asks good offices with queen, 193
-, Buckhurst thanks for good offices, 203.

letters signed by, 197, 417.

Leicester gets Beale to write to, 211
-, Leicester urges to send money, 284.

letter of concerning a resolution for revenge, 271
-, Leicester desires to further his return, 316.

note on needs of Brill given to, 297
-, notes for answering Leicester, 325.

asked not to take exception to commission of peace delegates, 318-9
-, Parma interested in long letter of, 337.

stops payment of weekly loan at Flushing, 338
-, asked to transfer merchants to Flushing, 385,

to make all ready for departure of peace commissioners, 359
-, asks de Loo to deal inwardly with Champagney, 367.

Leicester asks for queen's pleasure about Medemblik, 373-4, 428
-, memorial of things to be imparted to Leicester by Herbert, 395-7.

Staynton warned of danger of losing coin, 386.

Willoughby's requests of, in new position, 442, 448
-, Rossell asks for place in finances, 494.

Killgrew promised to send plan for defence of Provinces to, 443.

notes of on charges of Low Countries, 465.

letters from, 185, 287, 295, 358, 366, 375, 414, 483.

-, referred to, 116, 170, 251, 273, 375.

letters to, 15, 23, 25, 30, 40, 70, 72, 74, 95, 99, 101, 112, 124, 128, 150, 158-9, 161, 170, 172-4, 179, 189, 193, 199, 200, 263, 209-11, 219-20, 222, 238-9, 242, 244, 246, 247, 250, 256, 266, 271, 273, 284, 298, 300, 302, 311, 313-4, 318-9, 334, 336, 347, 353, 367, 369, 381, 384, 395, 398-9, 401, 407-8, 412, 418, 420, 423, 427, 436, 439-40, 442-3, 445, 447, 450-1, 457-8, 461-2, 465, 467, 469-71, 494.

-, referred to, 174, 373, 392, 428, 458.

memoranda by, 45-6.

cessation of arms, suspension :

Parma to be sounded about, 179
-, to be discussed on arrival of commissioners in Zeeland, 179, 216.

Parma expects Leicester will have authority to treat of, 180
-, queen gives Leicester authority for, 216.

if Parma will not grant, queen unlikely to send commissioners, 185
-, they will not venture before some form is agreed upon, 216.

Killgrew to be sent to Parma about, 229
-, enough for Leicester to write that he has authority to treat for id.
-, Leicester says he may write upon, 246.

should begin as soon as the deputies meet, 243
-, promised, 360.

Parma not ready to grant before negotiations begin, 273-4
-, de Loo on Parma's attitude to, 300, 314.

required during treaty, Parma's assent asked, 376
-, to be proposed at Ostend, 398
-, Parma cannot grant because of Armada, 442-3.

question if to be required before treating, 436.

will be granted when deputies come, 451, 462
-, first thing to be decided, 457.

if not arranged Parma will attack towns with English garrisons, 466
-, Burghley's doubts about, 466-7.

question to be raised when meeting place settled, 474.

Chamberlain, the lord. See Carey, Henry, baron Hunsdon.

Champagney, Champanye, Champigny, Seigneur de. See Perrenot, Frederick.

Champernowne, Campernowne, Champernoune, Arthur, quartermaster, 426.

letters of, 239, 323, 380, 460.

complains of lack of pay, 460
-, daily pay, 470.

chancellor, the Lord. See Hatton, Sir Christopher.

- of the exchequer. See Mildmay, Sir Walter.

- of Guelders. See Leoninus.

Chancery, court of, 491.

Charles V.
-, emperor, authority of States in time of, 257
-, Parma descended from, 337
-, treaty with Henry VIII, 474, 493.

queen content to observe orders towards Indies of time of, 478
-, reason for restricting trade in Indies, 479.

Charles, duke of Lorraine, offers to deal with Parma for Teligny, 313.

Charles
-, Emanuel I. duke of Savoy, keeping coy, 50
-, offers to deal with Parma for Teligny, 313
-, talk of succeeding Parma, 387.

cousin of, expected at Brussels, 337.

in pope's league against England, 449.

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

check, clerk of the, note of money owing to, 301.

Cheshire, county of, 429.

Cheston
-, Capt., in charge of levies from Essex, 104
-, recommended to Walsingham, 412.

Chidley
-, Mr., goes out to fight Guasto, 351
-, letter sent by, 388.

Chimay, prince of. See Croy, Charles de.

Choart
-, Paul, seigneur de Buzenval, agent of the king of Navarre, Leicester accused of circulating dangerous letter of, 283
-, Villiers asks Wilkes to send his letters to, 438.

Christian I., Elector and Duke of Saxony, emperor sends to, about diet, 51.

Cinque Ports, lord warden of. See Brooke, William, lord Cobham.

cipher
-, used between Walsingham and Wilkes, 19, 35n
-, used by Needham and Walsingham, 237n
-, used by Buckhurst with queen, 35n, 117n.

Claisson, Cornelis, at conference about relief of Sluys, 274.

Clarhage. See Clerhagen.

Clarke, Dr. William, judge marshal, daily pay, 470.

Clayton
-, Leicester's servant, sent to Walsingham, 270
-, letter sent by, 272.

disappointed of advancement, 270-1.

Clerhagen, Clarhage, Clearehage, Julian, governor of Gorcum, letter from, referred to, 9.

Leicester praises, 9
-, Wilkes testifies to loyalty, 134
-, with court at Dort, 269
-, well affected to queen, 411
-, States object to Leicester's appointment of, 490.

Clerk, Clerck, Clerke, Dr. Bartholomew, assistant in Council, 290.

letter from, 15.

Valcke's satisfaction at mission, 13
-, account of negotiations, 15-7
-, asks to be replaced, 17, 105
-, Buckhurst confers with, 30.

suit with Mr. Harris, 17.

order by, for payment of Norris, 21
-, authorised to warrant issue of money, 87.

told of Leicester's design to kill Hohenlohe, 39, 89
-, Villiers told that Hohenlohe still unreconciled with Leicester, 48
-, Wilkes spoke with about, 49.

to admonish refractory captains, 57
-, at consultation about state of war, 106, 484.

warrant to pay, 110
-, note of payments by advice of, 141.

Villiers told of Hohenlohe's accusation, 116
-, Clerk's declaration upon, 126-7.

Council thanks queen for sending, 150
-, dealings of States with, 157, 187
-, computation of States made in presence of, 173.

Buckhurst only consulted with those commended by, 152.

note of proceedings with Leicester at Hague and Middelburg, 193-4
-, notes of proceedings with Buckhurst touching, 198.

and charges against States, 212
-, alleged practices against Leicester, 248, 310.

Cleves, duchy of, Cleveland [Rhenish, Prussia, German Empire], English companies lent to help Schenck in, 380.

cloth, Council grant licences to convey to enemy, 182.

trade of, to Elbe, 225
-, toll on, 226.

dependence of common people on making of, 292.

may not be brought into Spanish dominions, 385, 387.

not coming over, to the merchants, 427.

and kersey, suggestion to send us part pay of troops, 441.

Clowhe, a Netherlander, governor of Geertruydenbergh, devoted to Hohenlohe, 176.

Clundart, the Clunder. See Klundert.

Clyfford, Capt. of pioneers, entertainment of, 487.

coal, English ships with, captured by ships of Calais, 253.

needed at Ostend, 402.

Cobham, lord. See Brooke, William.

Coels, Corneille, offers Salomonicque translation to queen, 457.

Cœvorden, Cœwarden [Prov. Drenthe, Netherlands], Meppen furnished all the victuals for, 384.

cofferer
-, of the household, note of money due to, 301
-, owes money to Trent, 350.

Colchester, co. Essex, bailiff, Hennebert claims payment from, 13.

Coleman, Colman, —, secretary to Sir Wm. Pelham, letters sent by, 204, 442.

Coligny
-, Louise de, Princess of Orange, and release of Teligny, 2, 297-8, 312-3
-, message to Leicester, 99.

obstructs Castilla's release, 340, 343
-, leaves it to Walsingham, 368
-, must be consulted, 450.

gone to Friesland for wedding, 368.

Leicester's letter to and answer mentioned, 417
-, plan to remove from Middelburg, 466.

letter from, 2.

Cologne, Collen, Colloine [German Empire], 459.

treaty held at, 42, 476.

report from of peace between Spain and England, 196.

states at, referred to, 437.

Archbishop Elector of. See Ernest of Bavaria
-, Truchses, Gebhart.

Electorate of, Bonn pertains to, 462.

Colonna, Collona, Colona, Contadore, wounded in raid near Antwerp, 252.

-, Marc Antonio di, cardinal, 439, 449.

-, Mutio, 449.

-, Odo di, kept prisoner by Maurice, 439
-, Leicester wishes kept till queen's pleasure known, 440
-, Maurice writes to Walsingham of, 448
-, examination of, 448-9
-, sent prisoner to Willemstat, 449.

-, Prospero di, 439, 449. going to Spain, 440.

Colston, William, merchant of Bristol, abstract of suit, 495.

Combes, Coomes, Bertrand, letters sent by, 26, 123.

considered a double spy, 123
-, Leicester sends to Germany, 155
-, Leicester sends to Walsingham, 188.

commissioners
-, for peace, the queen's, deputies, ready to cross, cessation to be discussed on arrival in Zeeland, 179
-, will not venture their persons till cessation agreed on, 216.

names of, 216
-, names get known in Netherlands, 246 : 288.

safe, conduct for, 242-3, 295, 359
-, Parma awaiting, 287, 300.

Leicester, asks that may be stayed awhile, 246-7
-, States ask for delay of, 264.

news, of from enemy's country, 263
-, Champagney puzzled by delay of, 266.

de Loo urges speedy sending of, 266, 273-4, 300, 399, 412, 413, 439, 443, 462.

queen proposes to send to Berghen, 288.

Croft assures Parma will set out, 300
-, Parma pleased about, 313
-, Parma angry at delay of, 318.

false rumours about, 303, 365
-, Leicester's assurances upon, 303.

Leicester's advice upon, 316-7
-, queen asks States to appoint commissioners to join with, 328, 338, 359.

will find others ready to accept any reasonable terms, 337, 381
-, getting ready, 347.

will not delay journey for safe conduct, 360
-, explanation of delay to Parma, 375.

Herbert to be one of, 365
-, and to join others, 367.

report of coming makes deep impression on Dutch, 368
-, expected soon, 377.

to go at once if Parma agrees to cessation, 376
-, Parma refers to delay of, 394, 399.

Le Sieur offers services to, 377
-, de Loo at Brussels waiting for, 395
-, at Bruges for, 433.

note of instructions to, 398
-, remembrances exhibited by, 436-7.

Parma impatient for, 413
-, orders for reception of, 414, 451
-, what de Loo is to say to Parma about, 416
-, Parma to be told of reasons for delay, 452.

warned against being over-reached 434
-, Parma promises to treat with, 457.

Spaniards sceptical about coming, 439
-, Ostend ready for, 461.

Champagney suggests going as if by chance to Ostend, 442
-, Champagney thinks should come first, 450
-, coming would stop Armada, 470.

to wait till States answer, 452
-, queen's instructions to, 472-81.

commissioners
-, for peace negotiations, the Spanish, Parma appoints, 243
-, list of sent, 273
-, named, but place and day not yet settled, 281.

used to know under what commission they treat, 288
-, instructions about meeting at Ostend, 398
-, remembrances for queen's commissioners concerning, 436.

passport for, 464.

commissioners
-, of the States in England, stop treating with queen after Deventer affair, 7
-, reasons for unsatisfactory answer to, 16
-, Buckhurst not in favour of granting full demand for money, 49.

- See also under ambassadors

Comptroller. of the household. See Croft, Sir James.

Conawaie. See Conway, Mr.

Condé [Nord, France], 32.

-, Prince of. See Bourbon Henry de.

Connaught
-, Ireland, George Bingham's appointment to brother's governorship in, 249
-, Richard Bingham wishes to return to 339.

-, governor of. See Bingham Sir Richard.

Connawaye. See Conway, Mr.

Constable, —, servant of Burghley letters taken by, 408.

-, Sir Robert, as colonel, 487.

Conway, Connaway, Sir John, governor of Ostend, captain of footbands, 290.

letters from, 61, 76, 86, 349-50, 404, 456, 461.

-, referred to, 15, 350.

letters to, 22, 78, 94, 108, 270, 471, 494.

-, referred to, 2, 350.

writes of needs of Ostend, 15 Roger Williams to assist indefence, 66.

Buckhurst's arrangement with for finances, 34
-, wants more men, 87.

opinion of London levies, 61, 78 Morgan ordered-to send troops to, 78.

apprehends traitor, receives warning from Maurice, 77
-, asked to release Widho, 108.

no doubt of the place nor dread of enemy, 77
-, a painful and careful governor, 296.

asks Russel to make stay of al victuals, 79, 141.

Council commends and promises to supply, 94
-, note to about pay, 270.

commission to for Admiralty of Ostend should be revoked, 133; advised by Buckhurst, 213 Buckhurst accused of passing over slanders against, 214.

asks Walsingham's help in Rostwick case, 349
-, warrant to allow dead pays to, 440.

examines Savell, 349, 405-6 enquiry if a Catholic, 364.

reports conditions at Ostend, 405, 472
-, claims to have put place in readiness, for commissioners, 461.

confidence in power to withstand enemy, 461.

States object to Leicester's appointment of, 490
-, and commission for a court of Admiralty, 491.

Conway, Conawaie, Connawaye, Mr., letters sent by, 234, 249.

Coocke, Stephen, asks to leave service, 494.

Cooman, Jehan, burgher of Middelburg, petition for widow and children of, 69.

Coomes. See Combes.

Cooper
-, Coper, Couper, Adriaen, pensionary of Veere, Leicester slandered by, 43
-, of most influence with States, 165.

deputy of Zeeland in States General, 172.

report of business with Hohenlohe, 208.

Coradin
-, Coriden, Corodine, Coryden, Capt., sends challenge to Morgan, 58
-, squadron routed, 59
-, reported slain, 175.

rich trappings of, 431.

corn
-, grain, asked of Netherlands, to supply London, 6, 43
-, scarcity in Flanders, 52
-, spoil of, in Flanders, 114.

States forbid export, 7
-, cargoes for France, 61, 301.

conveyed to enemy with countenance of Hohenlohe and States, 63.

supplies reach enemy, and relieve him, 76
-, enemy gets supplies from Eastland, 80.

for enemy, brought into Flushing, 117, 169, 180, 223.

ships laden with off Calais, 253.

States control transport of, from Danzig, 292.

Corneleson, Adrian, removes from Flushing to Ter Veere, 379.

Cortez
-, Courtoys, Curtese, Juan, suspected of some villany, 306
-, sent to Hague and executed, 322.

-, -, brother of, should be arrested, 306.

Cosby
-, Cosbye, Capt., Norris writes to recommend, 15
-, Russel recommends, 21.

in charge of levies from Essex, 104
-, at surrender of Deventer, refuses to stay, 488.

Coseby. See Pescarengis.

Cosimo, Secretary. See Massi, Cosmo.

Cosmo, Signor, 252.

-, Colonel. See Pescarengis.

Coster, Peter de, captain of Camphire, promise of loyalty to queen, 435.

Cotels
-, Cottelles, —, has best news out of England, 433
-, La Faille favoured with, 433.

Council of State. See under Low Countries.

Council, the Privy, Lords of the Council, 9, 14, 38, 152, 386.

gets Beal to submit points in letters from Low Countries to Leicester, 12.

Hennebert asks letters from to Norwich and Colchester, 13
-, Brune desires backing of, 56.

authority transferred to by Act of restriction, 44.

instructions for employment of treasure, 52
-, and payment of troops, 56-7.

Treslong applies to for money for corn sold, 62
-, Wilkes appeals to, about salt grant, 66, 74.

urges queen to send more money to Netherlands, 65
-, resolutions for Low Countries, 109.

orders reduction of companies by 8 men, 84.

orders pay to Arden, 99
-, Leicester urges need of more money on, 174-5.

Russel hopes will approve staying of victuals, 115
-, recommends release of French corn ships, 180.

orders Wilkes to set down state of United Provinces, 162.

treatment of Sherley mutineers can be justified to, 167.

points for Norris to answer, 186
-, matters to be remembered to, 494.

informs Leicester of proceedings with Buckhurst, Norris and Wilks, 196-7
-, assures him of regard for his honour, 197
-, asks for particulars of charges against them, 209
-, promises Leicester report about, 294.

Howard made Leicester's messenger to, 210
-, exoneration of Leicester to, about Sluys, 234.

Lascelles recommended to, 233
-, Weldon alleges employment by, 405.

order to discharge men in States' pay, if neglected, 289
-, orders apprehension of deserters, 294.

soothes Leicester about Sluys, 294
-, pressure on Leicester to go over, 342.

Conway objects to bond to, 349
-, Dethick recommended to, 429.

discharged and destitute soldiers dealt with by, 397.

Le Sieur asks Walsingham's good offices with, 440.

expected to credit de Loo, 458
-, Owens' questions about, 492
-, how divided on religion, 493.

decides to treat without waiting for States' answer, 465.

letters from, 22, 52, 56, 75, 94, 99, 196, 209, 227, 229, 289, 294, 471.

-, referred to, 69, 270.

letters to, 66, 69, 76, 109, 174, 186, 199, 205, 218-9, 231, 233-4, 244, 252, 258, 267, 307, 325, 334, 404, 406.

-, referred to, 149, 152, 333, 350, 401.

resolutions taken in, 452.

clerks to. See Beale, Robert
-, Wilkes, Thomas.

Couper. See Cooper.

Courtoys. See Cortez.

Coutras
-, [Gironde, France], victory of, 395
-, likely to alter Parma's plans, 406.

Crato, prior of. See Antonio.

Creange, baron of. See Krichingen, Thomas baron of.

Creke, —, Englishman in Deventer, plots to betray Utrecht, 256.

Crescia, George, Captain George, captain of Parma's guard, reported slain, 175.

Crispe
-, Cresp, Captain, company joined with Norris's, now entered away, 156
-, 30 horses too many under, 487
-, entertainment of, 487.

-, Edward, sometime lieutenant of Sidney's cornet, made captain of company of English deserters, at Antwerp, 340
-, captured by garrison of Lochem, 372.

Croft, Francis, letters taken by, 27, 35.

Croft
-, Sir James, comptroller of the household, and peace negotiations, 28, 116, 185, 215-6, 295, 375, 474
-, one of the first concerned, 473.

to inform de Loo of Denmark's mediation, 111
-, assures Parma of commissioners starting, 300, 318.

Morris, servant of, 176.

appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 216, 288
-, thought to have started, 338
-, letter signed by, 417.

letters from, 215, 375, 483.

-, referred to, 116, 273, 413.

letter to, 53.

-, referred to, 41, 185.

Crombacke. See Crumbach.

Cromwell, Edward, captain of footbands, 290.

Croy, Charles de, prince of Chimay, Semay, Symaye, in camp before Sluys, 107, 176.

-, Philippe de, duke of Aerschot, Ayschot, summoned to Court, 281.

Croydon, co, Surrey, letters dated at, 40, 47, 50.

crystal. See glass.

Cubiaur, Pedro, Pietro Cubiera, practises against England, 292.

Culemborg, Culembourg, Culenbourg, Culingborow [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 85.

plot to betray, 22
-, fear of revolt, 224.

-, count of. See Pallandt, Floris.

Curtese. See Cortez.



<--Previous:
Index:
B
Next:-->
Index:
D