Daerck. See Drake.
Dale, Valentine, certificate of, 173.
appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 216.
Dambrugge, Damburgh, Antwerp [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], enemy forces strong about, 242.
Damme [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 147.
convoy of boats for, surprised, 80
-, use of Ostend against, 495.
Danett, Dannett, Audley, favoured by Huddlestone at expense of Doyly, 248.
-, Jehan Reynbouts, secretary to Sir John Norris, statement on cartel sent to Hohenlohe, 279
-, letters exchanged about, id.
-, Dantzick, Parma's envoys sent to, 219
-, corn from, at Calais, 253
-, States control export of corn from, 292.
-, Francis, captain of footbands, 290
-, company at Flushing, 335.
Darrel, Mr., 11.
Dassonveel. See Assonnavile.
-, Davidson, William, Secretary of State, queen's severity to makes others cautious, 18
-, disgrace referred to, 62, 301.
Dedieu, Daniel, minister at Flushing, thanks queen, 3.
Deest. See Diest.
Dekema, Dekenna, Dr. Sixtus, a deputy to States General about peace negotiations, 447, 450.
-, Delfhaven, Delphes haven [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], Leicester puts troops into, 297, 331
-, Hohenlohe means to drive English from, 331
-, Leicester takes credit for withdrawing troops from, 420.
Delft, Delf, Delph [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 443.
letters dated at, 17, 279, 417, 430, 447, 459-61, 465.
documents printed at, 324, 350.
minister at, 43.
burgomaster of, slanders English, 44
-, people put soldiers outside town, 264.
queen should write to, to stop supplies going to enemy, 99
-, Buckhurst at about Hohenlohe affair, 126
-, Maurice goes to, 264.
States at, 149
-, Hohenlohe visited by Mörs at, 264
-, Leicester at, 322.
boast of dislodging English, 331
-, Hohenlohe puts garrison in, 371.
States go to, to confer with Counts, etc., 372
-, conference at, 403, 417, 450.
hostile to English, 378
-, Ortel arrives at, 417
-, Knyvett goes to Herbert at, 460.
-, burgomaster of. See Aemsz, Hendrik, van der Burgh
-, Brasser, Govert.
-, pensionary of. See Meer, Peter van der
-, Nyvelt, William van Zuylen van.
Denmark, intercepted letters from, court suspicion of peace negotiations, 5.
Dutch ships and goods stayed in, 60, 65.
Hohenlohe suggests retiring to, 208.
Spanish preparations clearly not against, 434.
questions on Scottish relations with, 492.
-, King of. See Frederick II.
-, ships of. See ships, Danish.
-, Denys, Maurice, captain of footbands, 290
-, company at Flushing, 335.
deputies. See under ambassadors.
Derbisher, ? Thomas, a Jesuit, 62.
Derby, county of, 429.
-, earl of. See Stanley, Henry.
Dethick, Nicholas, Windsor herald, 426.
brings letters from Netherlands, 9
-, returning home, recommended to Council, 429.
Deventer [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands], letter dated at, 483.
betrayal of, referred to, 4, 7, 8, 10, 12, 21, 43, 66, 92, 163, 224-5, 269, 280, 483, 485, 489
-, effects of, 5
-, Goghe's account of, 488-9.
Dutch commissioners cease treating with queen after, 7.
petition of banished men of, 483-4
-, their instructions to deputies sent to England, 489.
Wingfield sends to learn state of, 22
-, ministers of Hohenlohe reported at, 36.
regiment of, poor knaves, 62
-, Stanley and Yorke return to, 78.
dearth and necessity of, 87
-, empty promise to recover, 135
-, Meppen furnished victuals to, 354.
loss affects contributions, 182
-, letters to States of Holland about, 188.
Stanley and Yorke reported at, 224
-, Creke, an English traitor at, 256
-, Stanley leaves, 372.
Parma may go to, 337
-, Yorke at, as lieutenant governor, 431.
ladies taken, going to, 363, 372
-, Stanley keeps Taxis out of, 372.
companies from sent to Rotterdam, 490.
burgomaster of. See Dorre, Jan.
governor of. See Bergen, William, count of.
Deventer, M. de. See Prounincq, Gerard de.
-, Robert, earl of Essex, cornet of horse at Doesborgh, 142
-, captain of lances, 290.
notes of payment for, 363
-, daily pay, 470.
De Vic, paper attested by, 34.
Dier. See Dyer.
Diest, Deest [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], all boats commandeered at, 432.
Digby, Digbie, Capt., appointed to Schonhaven, 490.
Digges, James, letters of, 143, 154, 155.
-, extract of, 220.
charges against Norris, 144-5, 154-6
-, answer of Norris to, 239-41
-, Waytes sided with, 310.
Digges, Digs, Dygges, Thomas, muster master, 131, 220, 290.
letters to, 143, 154.
letters from, 21, 244, 256, 311, 325, 440.
quarrels with captains, 3
-, upsets method of pay, 33.
doubt about paying Norris, 21
-, Norris paid by warrant of, 71
-, Norris wishes to make up accounts, 101.
sends victualler to Arnheim, 22
-, commissaries appointed by, 69.
to admonish refractory captains, 57
-, pay of, 426, 470.
Buckhurst stops salary, 71
-, warrant to pay, 110
-, Leicester will reform abuses by, 113.
authorised to warrant issue of money, 87
-, note of payments by advice of, 141.
ordered muster of Norris's companies, 154
-, Norris complains of hard dealing, 159, 162
-, reply of Norris to, 179
-, found payment made to Norris, 195.
careless about observance of contract, 166
-, to send muster rolls to England, 242.
note of payment to, 193
-, stay of allowance to, 198
-, unpopularity, 244.
queen wants to make up books, 209, 227
-, answer to point in Burghley's letter to Leicester, 251.
makes Whetston deputy, 244
-, laments his death, 311.
advised Waytes about Doyly, 248
-, Waytes sided with, 310.
complains of States, 312, 325, 441.
copy of notes delivered to assistants, 312
-, instruction exhibited by, 324.
Norris has no reason to complain of, 325
-, Killigrew claims to have helped, 443.
causes why had not finished captains' accounts, 325
-, Leicester charges to make haste, 384
-, ordered to prepare return, 396
-, books will show expense of treasure, 407.
captains complain of, 390
-, going over to make reckonings, 427
-, in England, 442.
explains why accounts not sent, 440-1.
-, Dixmewe, Dixmuyden [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], Walloon troops assembled near, 80
-, soldiers of, 107
-, road from to Bruges dangerous, 136, 146.
Does, Dierick van der, commissary, 299.
Does, Johan van de, heer van Noordwijk, seigneur de Nortwyck, deputy of Holland in States General, 172.
report of business with Hohenlohe, 208.
-, Doesburgh, Dowsbrough, Dousboroughe, Duzburrowe [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands] troops in queen's pay at, 82
-, review of horse at, 142
-, impossible to stop enemy marching on, 235.
expected attack on, 249
-, Capt. Tanner appointed to, 490.
dogs, Guasto thanks Willoughby for, 352.
Dompselaer, Donselaer, Gerard van, deputy of Utrecht in States General, 172.
Leicester's confidence with, 285.
Donellus, Dr., Prof. of Civil Law at Leyden, 26.
Buys gets deposed as too partial to English, 24
-, Buys' charges against, 25.
a true friend of Leicester, 25
-, not reinstated, 286.
Dophem, Capt. Anthoine, muster roll of company, 395.
Dordrecht, Dort, Dorte, Dortrike [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 11, 121, 403.
letters dated at, 239, 244, 246-7, 250-1, 253, 255-8, 265, 267, 269-72, 279, 281-2, 284, 286, 326, 355, 393, 395, 397-8, 462.
Buckhurst well received at, 1
-, Truchsess leaves, 52
-, Leicester going to, 81
-, Leicester wants States and Council to meet him at, 102
-, Leicester at, 259, 263, 275.
queen should write to, to stop supplies going to enemy, 99.
Leicester goes to, received with joy, 170
-, well affected, 178.
Leicester to meet States at, 226, 229-30, 233, 237, 249, 298
-, his declaration to States at, 350.
Grunevelt's account of Sluys shown at, 260
-, States of Holland at, 272.
Sidney brings 12 companies to, from Berghen, 269.
Burgh goes to Leicester at, 297
-, Le Sieur at, 377.
will join with queen, whatever States do, 357.
-, Escoutette of. See Muys van Holy, Jacob.
-, house of, Capt. Inge appointed to, 490.
-, Pensionary of. See Menin, Dr. Joos van.
Dormer, Capt. Michael, troops of horse at Doesborgh, 142.
captain of lances, 290
-, horseband of, 426
-, company without garrison, 490.
Dorp, Arend van, a Dutch Catholic, favours peace, 183.
Dorre, Jan, d'Hory, ex-burgomaster of Deventer, sent to Sonoy, 4.
Dorset, county of, levies from for Netherlands, 104.
Dort, Dortrike. See Dordrecht.
Dot, Richard, regular communication with, 433.
Douay [Nord, France], commission from Spain for government of, 281.
Douay, Doway, ? for Duffel, boats commandeered at, 432.
Doublet, Nicholas, authority to superintend moneys of Brabant, 56.
-, Philip, receiver-general, to receive money for relief of Sluys, 172.
Douma, Schelte, Scelte van, documents signed by, 447, 450.
Dousboroughe, Dowsbrough. See Doesborgh.
Dover, co. Kent, 300.
place for embarking levies, 104
-, deserters return by, 267.
Leicester suggests forming magazine at, 402.
passport from desired, 404
-, Morris sick at, 458.
Doway, ? Duffel, q.v.
Downing, Mr., Walsingham referred to for information, 174.
Doyly, Doyley, Dr. Leicester asks for arrest of, 222, 226
-, Leicester sends account of dealings, 247
-, Waytes' report upon, 248-9
-, answer to Waytes, 310.
letter of Waytes to, 310-1
-, letter of referred to, 483n.
sits with States in Council, 369.
-, Daerck, Dracque, Sir Francis, note upon, 13
-, de Loo fears effect of sailing on peace negotiations, 28, 53
-, Parma's comments on, 314.
Treslong helped by, 62
-, good news of, 88
-, exploit (at Cadiz) makes Buckhurst stay propounding peace to States, 91
-, expedition evidence of queen's determination, 106, 280.
warships of capture great fly boat from Dunkirk, 140, 148.
Parma takes exception to action in Spain, 161
-, Burghley's reply pon, 185-6, 483
-, stayed from going to Spain, 288.
brings Calicut prizes into Plymouth, 179n
-, cost of navy in West under, 467.
-, Martin, share in plot to betray Flushing, 114-5
-, at conference about relief of Sluys, 274
-, manner of succour debated before, 275
-, declares no cover for ships when passed through, 276
-, arrested, admission of, 278.
Drury, Sir William, letters from, 169, 172, 270, 329.
means to go to king of Navarre, 238, 329
-, offers to attend Walsingham to France, 270.
wants maps acquired for Walsingham, 270
-, sends him maps, 329, 330
-, goes out to fight Guasto, 351.
Ducq, Ambroise de, captain of Camphire, promise of loyalty to queen, 435.
-, Ambrose, earl of Warwick, benefits by waters of Bath, 9
-, Leicester wishes to resign office of Master of Ordnance in his favour, 369.
Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester, the lord General, the lord Steward, Themistocles, 241, 290, 447, 451.
letters from, 9, 20, 29, 37, 46, 51, 69, 78-9, 81, 99, 105, 128, 149, 151, 170, 174, 188, 196, 199, 210, 218-20, 222-3, 226, 229, 231-3, 244, 246-7, 252, 258, 267, 270-1, 281, 284, 302, 315-6, 330, 332, 338, 341, 344, 346, 355, 361-2, 367, 373, 376-7. 381, 383, 385, 390, 392, 397, 399, 401, 407-8, 418-20, 423, 247, 429.
-, referred to, 48, 72, 89, 102-3, 106, 112, 117, 131, 283, 294, 313, 330, 373-4, 417, 446.
letters to, 12, 18, 24, 26, 29, 60, 63, 75, 85, 97, 100, 180, 196, 209, 227, 229, 248, 251, 294, 333, 403, 411, 417, 430.
-, alluded to, 2, 7, 86, 118, 187, 251, 282, 316, 329, 419, 432.
instructions for, 121-3.
need for return, 2
-, desire for return, 5-6, 11, 13-4, 17-9, 29, 40, 58, 61, 63, 73, 92, 97, 112, 119.
Hohenlohe will not serve under, 2
-, queen thanked for help brought by, 3
-, Hohenlohe's hatred of, 36, 41, 48.
Sonoy asked to show commission from, 3
-, Sonoy's allegiance to, 4, 12.
Holland ready to give satisfaction to 4
-, criticises Norris for vagueness, 9.
articles presented by Buckhurst upon injuries done to, 6-9, 16
-, States explain reasons for alterations during absence, 10.
not benefited by waters of Bath, 9
-, points of letters from Netherlands submitted to, 12.
Prounincq urges should have sole management of war, 9-10
-, country ready to receive, 23.
States deny wish to prejudice, 12
-, Donellus defended, 25
-, Browne's faults covered by protection of, 32.
patent for Hennebert, 13
-, instructions from Overyssel concerning, 489.
Wilkes protests sincere dealings towards, 19
-, thinks Wilkes kept to observe actions, id.
-, sworn to take vengeance on Wilkes, 24
-, Wilkes' fears of, 36.
queen wishes to return, but asks Walsingham to further stay at home, 20
-, expected soon, probable effects, 24.
determined not to serve again with Norris, 21, 38
-, Norris wishes to be recalled before return, 30.
warrant of, for payment of Norris, 21
-, contemptuous references to Norris, 38-40.
Parma said to have bribed Italians to kill, 27
-, orders muster of troops, 29
-, allowed for men not present, 33.
Le Sieur wishes letter communicated to, 33
-, van Onckel wishes to be recommended to, 44.
preparations of enemies against return, 36
-, Buckhurst's arrangement if does not return, 41.
complaints and charges against Buckhurst, 37-40
-, return dangerous but necessary, 36.
charged with hiring one to kill Hohenlohe, indignation, 39, 46-9
-, demands enquiry, 47
-, Wilkes wronged by over, 68, 89, 90.
action in Hohenlohe-Norris quarrel, 39
-, reply of States to about Villiers, 73.
list of abuses offered to, by States, 43-4
-, Maurice delivers paper of grievances against, 48.
cost of daily entertainment, 46
-, pay of, 425
-, pay of horseband, 426.
doubtful about return, 47
-, going over doubtful, 47
-, queen's reply to States about return, 49-50.
reasons for anger against Wilkes, 47-8
-, Wilkes fears evil offices over salt patent, 66-7.
taxes Buckhurst with inconsistency, 51
-, hatred of States for, 64.
queen presses to return, 51, 65
-, necessity of return urged, 52, 56, 64, 72-5, 77, 80-1, 99, 102, 109, 141.
authority from for dealing with moneys of Brabant, 56
-, banished men of Deventer thank queen for, 483.
Brune wishes cause recommended to, 56
-, Woolph applies to for place, 59.
asked to use influence for States in Denmark, 60
-, message of Princess of Orange to, 99.
gave Treslong hope of employment at sea, 61
-, suit of Brune to, 63.
absent from Court, 62
-, speaks highly of officers sent to Norris, 72.
report of landing in Zeeland, 63
-, States mean to bridle if returns, 64
-, says sum supplied by queen is inadequate, 65
-, insists on need of adequate support in money, 70.
wants to know queen's decision about going, 69
-, insists on recall of Norris first, 70
-, Norris refers to hostility of, 93.
States regret authority given to, 73
-, States ask queen for return, 74
-, appeal of Guelders and Zutphen for return, 76.
causes of anger with Wilkes, 74-5
-, Wilkes challenges States for matters concerning, 89.
enemy's fear of return, 76
-, measures for defence of Ostend, 78
-, urges need of supplying Ostend and Sluys, 79, 81.
announces return, 79, 81, 102, 105
-, danger of States depriving of authority and setting up another, 90-1.
confusion caused by absence, 83-4
-, Utrecht faithful to, 85
-, enemy persuaded will not return, 88.
persons authorised by to warrant issue of money, 87
-, lendings to continue until return, 109.
action makes Hohenlohe charge general talk, 89, 90
-, may make Hohenlohe irreconcileable, 91.
labours to ruin Wilkes, 90
-, Wilkes will not stay after arrival, 103.
chance to catch enemy at disadvantage, 94, 98, 120.
accuses Buckhurst of letting supplies go to enemy, 99
-, denies Buckhurst's authority to propose peace, 105.
Maurice to be general only during absence, 100-1
-, captains who served under Norris fear displeasure, 101
-, likely to misconstrue request for Norris to stay, 105.
acts reducing authority of Council cassed, 102-3
-, reply of States about letter of, 106.
Junius to announce return and determination to exercise authority, 106
-, attempts to frighten from returning because of Maurice and Hohenlohe, 108
-, affair with Hohenlohe before Council, 116.
may propound treaty of peace to people, 111
-, thinks peace needs deep consideration, 282.
States supply enemy in name of, 111
-, States justify action to, 112
-, States complain of letters stirring people against them, 117.
hopes that return will put things straight, 113-4
-, proposed date of sailing, 116.
difference with Buckhurst unfortunate, 113, 124
-, Buckhurst wishes to be away before arrival, 125.
Truchsess's letter did much to advance return, 114
-, Utrecht devoted to, 120.
States in great fear of, 117
-, queen rates States for behaviour to, 124
-, States uncertain about going to meet, 125.
Burgrave desires advice on relations with, 118
-, Buckhurst compares unfavourably with Norris, 125.
queen willing shall accept absolute government, 122
-, queen announces return and requires loyalty to, 123
-, beneficial effects of return, 124.
orders treasurer to stop payments to Norris, 125
-, incensed against Norris and Wilkes, 149-50.
Buckhurst's evidence on Hohenlohe's charge against, 125-6, and Clerke's, 126-7.
insists on need for 3000 more men, 128-9
-, careful measures of, 135.
leaving Sittingbourne for Margate, 129
-, sails, 134
-, at Flushing and Middelburg, 135.
queen dissatisfied with Maurice and Hohenlohe for treatment of, 129-30
-, States use Hohenlohe against, 165.
not well informed of Buckhurst's work of pacification, 131
-, relations with Buckhurst, Norris and Wilkes, 146.
Deventer criticises direction given to Junius, 131
-, incensed at States seizing letters, 149.
notes on state of Low Countries affecting, 132-3
-, glad of Howard's company, 149-50.
Wilkes protests sincerity towards, 134
-, certificate that Wilkes urged stay of States letter to, 141.
promised Sherley's troop to Roper, 144
-, may deprive Suderman of company, 170.
would not trust Paton, 145
-, says slandered about Paton, 150
-, money laid out by, on companies in States' pay, 166.
proceeds to Berghen, 145
-, returns to Middelburg, 146.
reported intention to relieve Sluys, 147
-, hopes of, at Sluys, 159
-, messengers from Sluys to, 160.
accuses Buckhurst to queen, 152-3
-, and Wilkes and Norris, 153
-, rancour against them, 171-2, 199.
requirements of, forwarded by Howard, 154
-, troublesome state of affairs since arrival, 158.
sends Combes to Germany, 155
-, Buys' seeks to be revenged on, 165
-, wants Needham dispatched, 170.
conference with States about Council of State, Sluys, etc. 156-8
-, States fear violence from, 163.
never received from States expenses of war, 158
-, Norris's charges during absence of, 162
-, harm done by absence of, 163.
need for good correspondence with States, 165
-, States come to, at Middelburg, 170.
Buckhurst's account of meeting with at Middelburg, 166-7
-, Sherley hopeless of mediating between and Buckhurst, 174
-, note of interview, 187.
Burgh tries to satisfy about mutiny of Sherley's company, 167-8.
goes to Dordrecht, received with joy, 170
-, Oostergoe devoted to, 178
-, appeal from Oostergoe to, 251.
busy for relief of Sluys, 170
-, various projects, complains of slackness of States, 171.
States owe great sums to, 173
-, left free to decide about release of French ships, 180.
backwardness of States hinders taking field, 174
-, Capt. Hart sent to from Sluys, 184.
presses for more money, 174-5, 188
-, told of need to economise, 196.
feared loss of Sluys despite care of, 175
-, urged to have special regard to Ostend, 180.
pay of troops delayed till coming of, 178
-, native troops ill paid in time of first government, 183.
authority to treat for cessation, 186, 216
-, Parma may find commodity to accord with, 185.
arrangement with States about administration of treasure, 182
-, things meet to be considered under good pleasure of, 189-90.
alone has authority to dispose of government of Zeeland, 182
-, will not let Hohenlohe meddle, 196.
Norris leaves without giving notice, 186
-, Wilkes explains why he did so, 186-7.
Wilkes protests sincerity of action touching, 187
-, rancour against Buckhurst and Wilkes, 188, 221.
plot to kill, 187
-, asked for force under Hohenlohe, in vain, 190
-, danger of villainy being attempted against, 235.
sends Combes to Walsingham, 188
-, reply to Wilkes' accusation, 194
-, recommends Lewis, 196.
hopeful of relieving Sluys, 188
-, at Flushing, hastens to Ostend for relief, 191
-, busy with preparations, 192.
requires satisfaction from States, 189
-, evil offices to encourage quarrel with Hohenlohe, 195.
notes on payments to, 193
-, should give Buckhurst credit for States' grant for Sluys, 203.
Buckhurst's declaration of proceedings with at Middelburg and Hague, 193-4
-, notes touching charges against Buckhurst and Norris, 198.
plan for relief of Sluys, 195, 207
-, grief at loss of town, 200
-, tribute to his efforts, 201.
Council inform of dealings with Buckhurst, Norris and Wilkes, 196-7
-, Council asks for particulars of charges against, 209.
wishes himself home, 200
-, how thwarted by commanders of the country, 202.
States combined with Hohenlohe and Mörs to oppose, 201, 310
-, States impugn all actions of, 204.
orders forces to be placed in Ostend, etc., and goes to Flushing, 202.
attitude to Hohenlohe-Norris quarrel, 205-6
-, a cause of offence to Hohenlohe, 205
-, wants Norris brothers examined about, 222
-, says Norrises reply false, 233.
Hohenlohe refuses to serve under, 206, 248
-, promises to receive Hohenlohe well, 250.
States in hand with for a new treaty, 210
-, project given to touching the better government of the Provinces, 216-7.
weary with his toil, 210
-, queen resents behaviour of States to, 218
-, and demands that they shall furnish him with all he asks, id.
Buckhurst's answers to charges of, 212-3, 215
-, objections of, 213-5.
money paid by warrants of, 215, 427
-, and money delivered to, 215
-, urges Walsingham to get queen to send money, 220.
note of charges against Norris, 217
-, rancour against Norris, 233, 239.
proposes to deal with States about good government, 219
-, gives them day to answer him, 221.
promises notes on replies of Buckhurst, Norris and Wilkes, 219, 222
-, declares their answers false, 222
-, sends replies to them, 247
-, Norris answers, 353.
wants Doyly arrested, 222, 226
-, recommends Lasselles, 233
-, sends account of Doyly's dealings, 247.
proclamation forbidding misrepresentation and meetings, 222, 484
-, going about in Holland to establish order, 231.
conference with States who desire oblivion of past, 223
-, grant him same authority as before, id.
-, remonstrance of States to (act of satisfaction), 224, 484
-, States' letter to queen on reconciliation with, 225
-, States excuse letter of 4 Feb. to, 484.
scanty sum received from States, 223
-, last reply to States, 226
-, efforts to bring about union, 235.
writes to king of France about corn ships arrested, 223-4.
draws forces together to resist enemy, 226
-, sends them towards Hoogstraeten, 230.
queen informs of peace proposals, 227
-, to induce Dutch to join in, 228-9
-, forbears to propound peace, 246.
Maurice has not seen since reconciliation with States, 230
-, protestations of States to, 235
-, State and Council seek protection of, 245.
forces and means too small to take field, 231
-, sets Berghen in order, 255.
explains reasons for failure at Sluys, 231-2, 244
-, Willoughby and others exonerate for failure, 234, 269.
going to Dordrecht, 233, 249
-, stay at, 255
-, keeps chamber, writing despatches, 263.
Needham made to report matters which himself for shame will not, 237
-, thanks Walsingham for Needham, 318.
justifies proceedings to Council, 244-6, promises to send account of operations at Sluys, 253
-, sends them, 258.
objections to peace proposals, 246
-, endangered by report of, 247.
promises further charges against Buckhurst, 247
-, Buckhurst asks for charges of 249
-, replies to Buckhurst, 282-3.
Doyly's dealings with, 248-9
-, Council promises report upon Buckhurst, etc., 294.
promise for continuing authority of, 253
-, dealings with States of Holland concerning authority, 257-8.
strained relations with Hohenlohe, 255
-, Hohenlohe will have nothing to do with, 264.
States accuse of acting against contract, 256
-, stay at Dordrecht breeds jealousies, 264.
articles exhibited by States of Holland to, 257-8
-, submits them to Council, 265
-, disquieted by remonstrance, 267.
report of proceedings for relief of Sluys, 258-60, 274-9.
sends for Council about peace, 264
-, Brussels has no news of, 267
-, protests ignorance of peace, 267.
Frisian towns will not receive companies sent by, 264.
receives Holland deputies at Dort, 265
-, reply of Holland to about peace, 272.
nothing with Council to reform government or restore aut, 265
-, States have no intention of restoring authority, 268.
complains of soldiers deserting, 267
-, urges sending of treasure, 284.
urged to return home, 267, 286
-, hopes stay will not be long, 271
-, indisposed, 281, 284
-, queen promised should not remain long, 305
-, desire for recall, 306, 315-6, 318, 367, 384.
confirms commission of Hohensachsen, 269
-, States have copy of instructions, 282, 304.
going to Utrecht, 269
-, and cessation, 274
-, nothing heard of, 274.
would like to confer with Burghley about a revenge, 271
-, detested both in England and Netherlands, 286.
urges need of conciliating James, 271, 402, 424
-, Stanley said to serve Spain by consent of, 283.
puts peace proposals to States of Holland, reply to, 272
-, asks that treaty may not be hurried, 282.
should have taken more decided course, 273
-, declaration on relations with States General, 279-80.
papers concerning connection with Norris-Hohenlohe quarrel, 279
-, has found out all about, 307.
badly treated by States, 282
-, denies designs on sovereignty, 283.
discourse with some of Guelders, etc., on bad treatment, and threat to go, 285.
States trying to tire out, 286
-, States submit proposals to, touching powers, 286
-, Burgh's account of relations with States, 298.
reports that people informed of peace advances, 288
-, popular with common people, 295.
to discharge English troops in States' pay, if neglected, 289
-, proposal to States for pay of troops, 299.
estimate for bestowing the 30,000l. extraordinary, 289
-, lands pledged to merchants, 305.
queen pleased at obedience of Camphire to, 294
-, introduces troops to overawe States, 296-7.
Council soothes about Sluys, 294
-, what general to succeed, 493.
cool reception of Piper, 295
-, Burgh goes to about needs of Brill, 297.
Hohenlohe swears troops against, 296, 298
-, warns Council of proceedings of Hohenlohe, 331.
intercepted letters sent to, 297n
-, dealings with States about peace, 302-4, 347.
agrees to exchange of Toraise for Teligny, 298
-, bargains for exchange, 316.
declaration of States of Holland to 299
-, reconciliation with them 308-9.
States General confirm authority, 300, 305, 311, 332
-, urged to go to Hague for accommodation, 308.
alleged intention to use force for peace, 304
-, grieved at reports about peace, 307
-, reply to representations of minsters, 307-8.
has received no money for self, 307, 342
-, debts great and lands in danger, 342.
presses States for resolution, which receives, 309
-, plot against authority broken, 310.
alleged practises of Buckhurst, etc. against, 310
-, earnestly desired at home, 322.
suggested that Norris shall write to, 310-1
-, Burnham taking letters to, 313
-, Burnham deals with about pay for Sidney, 323, 326.
States complain to about abuses in musters, 312
-, testimony and good service of Wilkes to, 354.
Parma surprised at news of returning to England, 314
-, professes unfitness for peace negotiations, 315
-, advice about commissioners, 316-7.
discharges Marshal and sends for Bingham, 317-8
-, Thoraise becomes prisoner of, 332.
had order about commissioners, 318
-, report of charge to, about peace, 327-9.
waiting for answer from States, 321
-, accepts decision of States on points proposed, 326.
protest to magistrates and people, 322
-, assurances about peace, 326.
going to Leyden and on to N. Holland, 323, 351
-, takes steps to protect Berghen, 330.
placard of, on musters, 323-4
-, form of oath to, 324
-, and Castilla, 377-8, 391-2.
notes by Burghley for answering letters, 325
-, Killigrew takes exception to opening of letters, 330
-, Council informs of what have done, 333.
States refuse further demands of, 332
-, difference with Barneveld, 340.
if called away people would hardly obey States, 335
-, queen disposed to revoke, 339.
Parma aware of controversy with States of Holland and Zeeland, 336.
defends action about peace proposals, 338-9
-, explanations to queen, 341-6.
Bingham deals with for return, 339
-, orders Weldon to be sent to him, 349.
requires to know attitude of States to Hohenlohe, 346
-, Hohenlohe will not be reconciled with, 355.
question of keeping Meppen referred to, 346.
money paid out of treasure of, for service in Netherlands, 347-8
-, cost of transport of, 348
-, gives daily relief to soldiers, 368.
answer of Holland and W. Friesland to declaration of, 350
-, matters grow worse with Holland, 362.
proposal of peace causes general amazement, 355, 390
-, dealings with States about peace, 358.
goes to Hoorn, confirming loyalty of people, 355, 369
-, visit to N. Holland, 368, 370, 373.
Enkhuisen will not receive, 369, 371-2
-, movements and efforts at pacification, 371.
urges queen to send someone to renew motion about peace to States, 359
-, asks queen to forbear harsh words to States, 363.
feels himself ill used about peace, 361, 392
-, earnest proceedings only increase suspicion, 367
-, nature of suspicions, 371.
in worse case than ever through peace proposals, 361
-, Hohenlohe, Mors and Justin of Nassau leagued against, 364
-, growing weary of government, 368.
Herbert to show instructions to, and take advice, 365-6
-, establishes order at Utrecht, 371, 373.
to arrange with Council for naval support against Spain
has spent 7000l. of his own, 367
-, wants Warwick's office of Master of Ordnance, 369
-, 2000l. taken by at Middelburg, 380.
dislike with States continues, little hope of reconciliation, 368
-, Council urges it on States, 370.
Toraise and Grimaldi sent to, 368
-, bad equipment of Brill known to but not supplied, 373
-, Russel thinks would take more care of Flushing, if away, 380.
at Medemblik and Alkmaar, 372-4, 390
-, writes for queen's pleasure about Medemblik, 374.
States do utmost to discredit, 374
-, less accounted than when Master of the Horse, 384.
Le Sieur follows about, 377
-, Gyles solicits for release of La Faille, 378.
Utrecht and Amsterdam have some affection for, 378
-, move against at Leyden, 378-9.
warned of danger from desertion of sailors, 379
-, allows English companies to Schenk, 380.
complains that can do nothing right, 381
-, and is ill used, 382
-, came against his will, financial losses, 383.
claims to have done good service about peace, 382
-, weary of his estate there, 383-4.
desires money to relieve soldiers, 384.
no order or relief from, at Berghen, 389
-, Holland to write to about Enkhuisen, 403.
informs queen of misrepresentations about peace, 390-1.
complains of treason among the rulers, 393, 399, 400
-, Dutch withdraw troops from command of, 401.
enemy count on success if goes, 394
-, suggestions for defence of England, 402.
memorial of things to be imparted to by Herbert, 395-7
-, puts orward three ways of dealing with States, 410.
to be advised of bad behaviour of captains, 397.
authorisation to Council to examine remonstrances of States, 397.
throws himself on queen's favour, 397
-, calls Hatton a churl for not writing, 408.
insists on need of spending money and urges resolute action, 400-1
-, queen blames for cost of troops, 408.
has spent all the money brought over and that could raise, 401.
Conway forwards information about enemy to, 404
-, to inform States of proposal to abandon Ostend, 411-2.
criticises action about peace, 407-8
-, Holland hopes for support of in rejecting peace, 417.
queen chides States for treatment of, 409
-, and announces recall, 410
-, recall of, 414.
members of Council of State who go to, 411
-, informs Council of recall, 419
-, and States, 420.
reception of letter by States of Holland, 417
-, conference with Zeelanders at Middelburgh, 419, 421.
sends Ortel to States, 419, 421
-, and Herbert, 420.
confers with Herbert, 418
-, pleased at his instructions, 419, 421.
notifies States of arrangements during absence, 420
-, consternation at recall, 422.
goes to Middelburg via Camphire, 421
-, returns to Flushing, 422
-, urged to supply wants of Flushing, 430.
might have brought order in Netherlands, if remained, 423
-, thinks plight of Low Countries serious, 423, and queen should look to own case at home, 424.
urges need for friendly relations with Denmark and German princes, 424.
holding up Willoughby's patent until return, 424, 445.
means to stay until hears what course Holland will pursue, 425
-, ready to forget injuries and embrace cause, 425
-, hopes to be his own next messenger, 429.
urges prompt sending of money, 427
-, asked to commend cause of Netherlands to queen, 430.
distribution of troops by, 428
-, Hotman going over with, 437.
recommends Dethick to Council, 429
-, captains of Camphire promise loyalty to, 435.
fear of treason against towns after departure, 430.
waiting for coming of States, 433
-, probability of reconciliation if remained, 444.
Wilkes fears misconstruction of remarks on peace, 435
-, reference to peace proposals by, 438, 446-7.
need to approve and protect those who supported, 437.
got Le Sieur to speak with Colonna, 439
-, Colonna sent to Williamstad by advice of, 449.
Villiers grieved at hard opinion of, 440.
warrant to Conway for dead pays, 440
-, allowances made by, to captains, 441.
wonders at complaints at lack of payment, 441
-, Champernowne desires help for cost of company, 460.
Killigrew informs of instructions from Burghley, 443
-, Killigrew expected to return with, 443-4.
uses interest for exchange of Villiers with Castilla, 444-5, 450
-, has Castilla released, 453.
measures for safety of Brill, 445-6
-, Killigrew warns to provide for safety of cautionary towns, 459.
promises to Russel for relief and Pelham's offices, 450
-, Russel unable to get pay from, 466.
States scolded for treatment of, 452, 454
-, draft of resignation of offices, 455.
ingratitude shown to, 459, 463
-, accused of intention to surprise Camphire, 468.
burghers of Utrecht lend money, for love of, 460.
note of payments to, 464, 487
-, horse company of, 487.
the fittest man for the Low Countries, 469
-, had power to arrange cessation, 474.
departure makes no change, 469
-, Russel asks help for appointment, 494.
amount furnished by Provinces in two years of government, 481.
peace overtures to prevent queen sending over, 483
-, gratitude of Deventer for 484-5.
remonstrance of Council to Buckhurst about, 486
-, complaints from States of violations of contract, 490-1.
abstract of case against Buckhurst, 491.
-, -, secretary of. See Atye, Arthur
-, Dudlye, Mr. 63.
Du Fay, letters brought by, 120.
Duffel, ? Doway [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], all boats commandeered at, 432.
Duivenvoorde, Duvenverde, Capt., company of sent to Medemblik, 4.
Dumonstier, Capt., certificate for going into France, 26.
Dunkirk, Dunkyrck [Nord, France], 55.
letters from, 32.
Spanish captain of, 32
-, guns sent to Nieuport from, 80.
Le Sieur leaves, 32
-, Parma sometimes goes to, 456.
Dutch squadron off, 64.
enemy receives supplies through, 76, 87, 117
-, corn for, captured, 169.
Sluys more important to England than, 97.
great fly boat from captured by Drake's warships, 140
-, hoys dare not go to sea for fear of men of, 368.
king's wheat and rye remain at, 254.
money sent to, to build ships, 287
-, Parma to rig out ten more ships at, 329, 343
-, great preparation for shipping at, 364, 386, 390, 432, 438
-, surmise about use of, 394.
Dutch force told off against men of, 417
-, proposal to hire reiters to take, 451.
sailors from Bremen at, 432
-, Ostend could be made more offensive than, 495.
-, troops at siege of Sluys, 107
-, in Parma's army, 431.
Dutch. See also Low Countries.
Duzburrowe. See Doesborgh.
-, Dier, Capt.Alexander : Provinces deprecate fresh levies by, 100
-, in charge of levies from Somerset, 104.
-, Sir Richard, accompanies Leicester to Ostend, 192.
Dygges. See Digges.