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'Index: E', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 3: April-December 1587 (1929), pp. 528-536. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75385 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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East Indies, Drake's capture of ships from excused, 168.

- See also Indies.

Easterlings, trade with Spain not forbidden to, 465.

Eastland, East country, East parts, Dutch traders to the, 60.

ship from with corn, 61.

enemy gets supplies of corn from, 80.

French ships from, with grain, plundered by Dutch, 18
-, corn from, at Calais, 253.

Eaton
-, Capt., remains with Stanley at Deventer, 488
-, if employed or trusted, 492.

-, Owen, sergeant-major, let enemy into Deventer, 488.

Eberstein. See Overstein.

Ecluse. See Sluys.

Eecloo, Ecloo [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], brush with enemy near, 80.

Egmond, Egmont, Jacob van, heer van Kenenburg, deputy of Holland, document signed by, 461.

Egmont, Marie Christine d', countess of Hoogstraeten, Hoghstrate, 252.

Egmont
-, Philip count of, prince of Gavere, in camp before Sluys, 107
-, summoned to Court, 281
-, peace would give control of States of Holland, 482.

regiment of, 395.

Ekelsbergh. See Esquelbecq.

Eland. See Eyland.

Elbe, River [German Empire], Merchant Adventurers wish to be free of tolls in, 225.

Elbing [E. Prussia, German Empire], Philip may threaten trade with, 292.

Elizabeth, Queen of England, letters from, 5, 12, 19, 41, 48, 72, 81, 95, 103, 123-4, 218, 227, 294, 327, 353, 362, 409, 411, 453.

-, referred to, 12, 17, 35, 54, 109, 152, 159, 272, 282, 329, 341, 343.

letters to, 3, 12, 17, 23, 56, 60, 69, 89, 99, 136, 150-1, 162, 225, 341, 344, 355, 362, 373, 376, 381, 385, 390, 394, 397, 399, 457-8, 484.

-, referred to, 28, 36, 43, 61, 64, 73, 83n, 106n, 107, 141, 149, 212, 226, 245-6, 248, 282, 392, 399, 412, 414, 429.

States suspect of treating for peace, 4
-, falsely accused about peace negotiations, 6-7
-, Caron deprecates suspicions of, 13.

attempts to render odious to Dutch people, 6-7
-, States deny any intent to offend, 10.

States sent copy of letter slandering Leicester to, 8
-, States ask to continue support, 12
-, delays reply to, 14.

Siven suspected of design to kill, 11
-, appreciation of Sonoy, 46-7.

Buckhurst remonstrates with States for treatment of, 16
-, Buckhurst asks Walsingham's good offices with, 34.

States want to bear larger share of cost, 17
-, list of abuses offered to by States, 43.

cannot be drawn to any resolution, harshness to Davison makes others cautious, 18.

hard to induce to revoke ministers, 18
-, cannot keep secrets, 36.

wishes Leicester to return to Netherlands, 20, 51, 65
-, Leicester relies on protection, 40
-, Leicester high in favour of, 48.

offended by Champagny's reference to religious question, 28
-, Parma doubts sincerity in negotiation, 28
-, desire for peace, 47
-, professions of belief in sincerity of, 53.

unable to supply Netherlands with relief they require, but will have care of them, 42
-, cannot be induced to send more than 30,000l. for pay, 52, 57, 65.

would like George Gustave to replace John Casimir to command reiters, 46.

Leicester incenses against Wilkes, Hatton speaks to for him, 47
-, grant of salt making to Wilkes, 66.

rates Buckhurst for soft dealing with States, 48
-, and for treatment of charges against Leicester, 48-9
-, Buckhurst complains of hard usage by, 74.

Truchsess wants Walsingham to press for Leicester's return, 52
-, Dutch becoming doubtful of, 73.

treatment of Catholics, at accession, 54
-, her attitude to Catholics, 492.

Parma does not know how to answer and satisfy, 55
-, only wished to sound Philip about peace terms, 105.

States appeal to for mediation with Denmark, 60, 65
-, reply to, 65.

things which estrange States from, 64
-, offended at States' neglect of representations, 65
-, and of defence she holds in Flanders, threatens to withdraw, 66.

inclines to send more troops, 65-6
-, orders despatch of Williams to Ostend, 78.

Leicester asks Walsingham to discover full intention about his going, 69, 70
-, decides to send Leicester back, 79, 81.

devotion of Dutch towns to, 77
-, criticised in Holland for delay in acting, 90-1.

writes to States about spoils on French ships, 81.

Wilkes imploros protection against detractors, 89, 90
-, incensed against Wilkes, 105.

answer about loan gives States small comfort, 91
-, incensed at way treasure employed at, 113.

rates Buckhurst for handling of peace affair, 95
-, needs to be sure of councillors, 99.

should wish to stop supplies going to enemy, 99
-, writes to States and towns about, 109.

States ask to reconsider recall of Norris, 99, 100, 101
-, Norris does not wish to take effect, 101.

recall of Norris may prejudice Dutch against, 105
-, Dutch people devoted to, 113, 141.

concerned in honour over Leicester-Hohenlohe affair, 116
-, Buckhurst sends remonstrances of States to, 117.

decides to send over more men, 116
-, limits of aid promised by, 158.

Buckhurst warns against yielding on point of religion, 117.

Burgrave wishes to be reminded of him, 118.

threat to withdraw support if States do not yield Leicester proper authority, 121.

threatens to make accord with Spain if States will not assent to treaty, 122.

announces Leicester's return and requires loyalty to him, 123
-, rates States and demands reparation and respect for Leicester, 124.

reiters require approval of service with States, 128.

reproves Maurice and Hohenlohe for treatment of Leicester, 129-30
-, Dutch feared would not allow Leicester to return, 135
-, Leicester writes to against Norris and Wilkes, 149
-, sends for Norris, 159
-, not satisfied with Wilkes' answer, 186.

victory at Sluys will make popular, 155
-, Dutch fear compounding with enemy, 164, 255.

States' grant depended on promise of extraordinary aid from, 157
-, States want money from to relieve Sluys, 158.

Parma ready to receive commissioners of, 161
-, report from Coln of treaty with Spain, 196.

Wilkes deprecates displeasure of, 163
-, need to make virtue of necessity in Netherlands, 164
-, should be mediator between States and Leicester, 165.

States try to injure with people over peace negotiations, 171
-, threatens States if do not change their course, 190-1.

States' expectations of contributions from, 173
-, further supplies expected of, 195.

refers Sherley's case to Burghley, 174
-, North desires favour about lease, 201.

sent to stop Drake on way to Cadiz, 186.

cannot stop reprisals while Spain making hostile preparations, 186.

Wilkes appeals to for recovery of favour, 187
-, Norris and Wilkes forbidden the presence, 196.

need to get States to write to about satisfaction of Leicester, 189.

displeasure with Buckhurst, 193-4, 203
-, Buckhurst asks Walsingham to procure him access to, 194
-, will not listen to Buckhurst's answers, 197
-, reported gracious reception of Buckhurst, 199.

Leicester informed how unpleasant matters of charge would be to, 196.

mislikes Morgan's behaviour to Willoughby, 208
-, paper assuring her of triumph over Spain and France, 211.

Hohenlohe admits need of help from 208.
-, Hohenlohe and Maurice openly opposing, 209
-, plot to exclude from all further part in Netherlands, 210.

makes difficulty about sending over more treasure, 209
-, wants to see muster books first, 227, 251.

need to decide what course she will take, 210
-, Leicester asks Walsingham to move to send money, 220.

Wilkes fears has other cause of displeasure against him, 211
-, Leicester wishes to be acquainted with replies to Buckhurst, etc., 226
-, has no leisure for, 294.

accuses States of neglecting Sluys, 218
-, threatens to abandon them if they do not furnish Leicester with all he asks, 218
-, States propose to write to, 223.

need to assure king of Scotland, 219, 227
-, need to conciliate him, 271.

Norris asks Burghley's mediation with, 220
-, inventions to keep Norris in disfavour with, 239.

advised to await resolution of States, 227
-, States believe to be tied to them, 247.

need to wait till has got over loss of Sluys, 227
-, Leicester troubled that should think loss due to English, 231-2, 244.

loss of Sluys inclines to hearken to peace offer, 227
-, enemies malign by crediting with intention to make separate peace, 246.

Pelham urges to accept absolute government, 238, 250
-, States suspicious of designs on Flanders, 259-60.

Parma anxious to give satisfaction to, 242
-, suspicion of until commissioners appear, 243, 266
-, should be satisfied with Parma's good intentions, 273.

Digges taxes States with ingratitude to, 244
-, States accuse of acting against the compact, 256.

Hohenlohe's regard for, 248
-, question of revenge that touches deeply, 271.

Toraise admits good reason to intervene in Netherlands, 254.

blames Leicester for loss of Sluys, 255
-, promised Leicester should not tarry in Netherlands, 305.

orders abatement of weekly imprests at Ostend, 270.

States wish to know intention about peace, 272
-, Leicester's representations to States on relations with, 280-1.

people at Flushing well affected to, 272
-, commends devotion of Camphire, 294.

plotters against discovered and will be dealt with, 282
-, peace used to make people suspect, 282, 285, 288
-, false reports of peace dealings, 303-4.

pleased that Parma expecting commissioners, 287
-, reasons for holding her hand, 288
-, Parma believes anxious to satisfy him, 337.

discourse of Norris to against peace treaty, 291-4
-, sends safe conduct for Danish commissioners, 295
-, need to hold strict amity with Denmark, 375.

untoward dealings of States toward, 302
-, Leicester justifies proceedings to States, 303-5
-, ultimatum to States about peace, 327-8, 338-9.

greatly beloved in Provinces, 305
-, showed favour to Maelson, 372.

Parma would like to meet personally to treat, 319
-, Parma suspects only waiting for results in France, 337.

reiters will not come without guarantee from, 322
-, believed to be awaiting issue in France, 353.

offended with Leicester over treatment of peace proposals, 338
-, disposed to recall him very shortly, 339
-, Leicester deprecates displeasure, 341-3
-, complains of harsh treatment by, 342-3, 361, 382-3
-, throws himself on favour of, 397.

Leicester witholds letter to States, 343
-, Leicester questions policy about peace, 361, 382, 392-3.

States try to divert people from, 344
-, allowing false reports of, 345
-, States try to make people believe that peace must be without, 346.

wishes to have Enkhuisen assured to her, 356
-, support asked for Sonoy, none know how they stand with her, 367.

Oostergo protests to States about slanders against, 357.

Parma's honour only foundation which induces to proceed with treaty, 359
-, suspicions of sincerity not justified, 375
-, his assurances to, 394, 399.

difference with States destroys Leicester's credit, 361
-, peace policy misrepresented by States, 362, 365, 367
-, Leicester asks not to use harsh words of reproach to States, 363
-, informs States of Leicester's recall, 410.

explains peace policy to States, 365
-, motives for peace misrepresented, 390-1, 428.

complains of unkind usage by States, 366, 409
-, will advance no more money till answered by States, 396.

Medemblik faithful to, 372
-, list of those best affected to, 411.

urged to appoint archbishop for Italy, 389
-, Leicester urges to make Scotland sure, 424.

refuses Pelham leave to go to Germany, 393.

ingratitude to betrays treasonable designs, 400.

Leicester urges need for spending money, and resolute action, 400
-, blames Leicester for cost of troops, 408.

urges States to make strong defence, 410
-, Dutch believe that helps not for love but own need, 423.

suggests abandonment of Ostend, 412.

displeased at Leyden affair, 420
-, Villiers grieved at hard opinion of him, 440.

Leicester pleased at care of credit with States, 421
-, chides States for treatment of earl, 454.

Leicester thinks should look to own case at home, 424, 428
-, Philip urges James to seek rights against, 424.

urged to conciliate Denmark and German princes, 424.

Wilkes forbears sending discourse on peace to, 433
-, Wilkes advises Derby to suggest doubts to, 435.

dislike that accounts not sent over, 440.

league made by pope against, 449
-, unwillingness to quarrel with Spain, 474.

Spanish preparations but scarecrows to terrify, 451
-, not at open war with Spain, 465.

Parma's commissioners give answer for, 457
-, assurances to about peace, 470.

decides to treat without waiting for States' answer, 465
-, ill offices of France with, against peace, 470.

deputies from Dutch, expect to dissuade from peace, 469.

reasons for interfering in Netherlands, 474-5
-, will not make peace till answered for charges in, 477
-, money lent to States to be repaid, 493.

and her heir, 492.

Ely, co. Cambridge, levies from, for Netherlands, 104.

Emden, Embden [E. Friesland, German Empire], goods for enemy sent to, 85.

suggested for peace conference, 111, 161, 295, 317
-, not considered suitable, 162
-, place for Danish ambassadors, 474, 483.

Philip threatens trade with, 292
-, queen still has liberty at sea for trade to, 293.

sues to States for transport of corn, 292.

lorrendrayers of resort to Meppen, 354.

Sonoy may retire to, 367.

passport and letters awaiting Denmark's envoy at, 375.

emperor
-, See Charles V.
-, Rudolf.

empire. See Germany.

Ems, River [German Empire], Dutch squadron at, 64.

Enchusen, Enchuysen, Enckhuysen. See Enkhuisen.

Ende, H. van den, captain of Camphire, promise of loyalty to queen, 435.

enemy
-, the, care little about those taken of their side, 2
-, rejoicings over differences of opponents, 15.

preparing to attack in Gelders, Brabant and Flanders, 10
-, ready to march, well supplied, 14.

expected to besiege Ostend, 15, 19, 23, 71-2
-, and other towns, 19, 31.

will make havoc of frontier towns if Leicester does not return, 18
-, mighty preparations, 23, 25.

held back by want of victuals, 31
-, troops to be paid when gone into winter quarters, 32.

on foot in every quarter, 31.

Hohenlohe tampering with, 36, 322
-, his probable object in, 41
-, Conway suspects dealings of Maurice and Hohenlohe with, 77.

too weak to continue long in field or attempt sieges, 49
-, weak state of, 76
-, state of famine, 80.

supplies passed to, warranted by States, 63-4, 99
-, need to prevent victuals reaching from England, Holland and Zeeland, 76
-, or France, 82.

drawing troops out of garrison and sending to Wesel, 76.

new London levies desert to, 78
-, Overyssel exposed to by loss of Deventer, 483.

design to stop supplies to Ostend, 78
-, queen advised of designs of, 79.

operations stayed by Russel staying all victuals, 79, 85
-, justification of edicts forbidding trade with, 85.

Grunevelt reports movements of, 80
-, designs on Ostend and Sluys, 81
-, leaves Ostend for Sluys, 88, 94, 98, 110.

want of victuals supplied and makes show before Ostend, 85, 260
-, seizes provisions of certain towns, for troops, 87
-, receives supplies from Calais and Dunkirk, id.

no present preparation to resist, 88
-, opportunity afforded by manifold wants of, lost, 90.

persuaded Leicester not returning, 88
-, good opportunity for Leicester to annoy, 98.

superior strength of, 92
-, strength about Wesel, keeps Schenck quiet, 93.

takes boats at Sluys and captures sconce, 97
-, captures ships of war and hoys, 98, 107.

Norris knows ruses and practises of, 99, 100
-, Le Sieur's long durance with, 105.

expects to take Sluys, 100
-, raid into Brabant to divert from Sluys, 101.

decision to form camp due to action of, 102
-, chance to overthrow at Sluys, 109.

representation against letting supplies go to, 103-4, 141
-, supplied from Holland and Zeeland, 107, 110-1
-, all ports open for, 135.

description of camp before Sluys, 107
-, closely invests Sluys, 108, 110
-, operations described, 260-2.

Russel to stop supplies going to, 109
-, Buckhurst doubts if hurt by scarcity, 113.

expected to return against Ostend, 109
-, great efforts to take Sluys, 143.

expectations to take Ostend, Axel and Berghen, 115
-, Geldern betrayed to, 145.

ships with supplies for brought into Flushing, 117, 223
-, States profit by victualling of, 259.

will find Sluys difficult to take, reasons, 119-20
-, builds sconce at Blankenburg, 141, 244.

supply of victuals to, punishable by death, 122.

people expect retreat with Leicester's arrival, 135
-, Leicester's hopes against, 174.

will try and carry Sluys quickly, 146
-, chief strength in good order, 148
-, losses at Sluys, 159, 235.

repulsed by Hohenlohe at Bommeler Waard, 158, 169, 170, 189
-, strongly on foot in Brabant, 189.

repulsed at great fort at Sluys, 160, 169, 170
-, hopes that may be driven off with loss, 169
-, fort cost dear to, 191.

why he prevails by practice and treason, 163
-, patience and skill of likely to wear out Dutch, 164
-, hopes to win towns by money, 203.

question on supplying with victuals, 181
-, answer, 182.

intention to besiege Ostend and Sluys known, 190
-, abandons Brening fort, 192, 196.

attacks at Sluys repulsed, 191, 199
-, breaches made by, 200, 201, 208.

estimated strength of, 195
-, too strong to allow relief by land, 200, 258-9, 277.

Sluys likely to be nursery of navigation for, 202
-, great preparation of ships by, 242, 403, 406.

expected attack on Heusden, 226
-, lying at Hoogstraeten, 230
-, abandons it, id.

constantly increasing forces in Brabant, 230
-, expecting new forces of Italians, Spaniards and Germans, 234
-, too strong to meet in the field, 235.

expected attack on Berghen, 242, 245, 321
-, and on Utrecht, Gelders, etc., 264.

cunning practices to make breach between Leicester and States, 245
-, practises of States with, 249.

great preparations at Antwerp, 249, 273
-, camp at Turnhout, 297.

only offers peace for further advantage, 250
-, Dutch fear queen will abandon them to, 255.

voyages to Indies and Don Antonio's enterprises cause most fear to, 254.

spreads report of peace negotiations, 255
-, corruption used by, 334.

States suspected of correspondence with 260
-, advantage from divisions in Netherlands, 284.

Leicester complains of constant desertions to, 267
-, facilitates desertions, 296.

surprised that no attempt by water to relieve Sluys, 278
-, Sluys can be made useless to, 293.

Leicester told States of need of greater strength to resist, 280
-, the best infantry in Christendom, 402.

expected to beseige Ostend after Sluys, 296
-, Ostend not secure against, id.

no fresh attack by, no likelihood of making head against, 298
-, expected to attack Arnheim, 311
-, intentions uncertain, 327
-, expected attack on Flushing, 335.

peace proceeds as wishes, 318
-, peace taken up because position towards worse, 365.

fear of declaration disclosing actions to, 326
-, strengthening of lamented, 379.

secret conference of States with, about peace, 346
-, constant desertion of sailors to, 379.

closes on return of party gone for reiters, 354
-, activity of, 379.

bribes governor of Wachtendonck to give it up, 381
-, practises of [against Flushing], 384.

success against near Malines, 388
-, designs upon Ostend, 404
-, will not venture men as expects sea to ruin it, 405.

preparations supposed against Berghen, 388, 392, 394.

state of Flushing known to, attack feared, 398, 408
-, counts on having Camphire, 401.

exclusive use of muskets by, 402
-, Willoughby refers to strength of, 418.

expected attack on Zeeland, 403
-, conference about means of meeting, 403, 417.

Holland preparing to withstand at sea, 423
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe await at Tergoe, 432.

Holland unable to resist alone, 423
-, Dutch too strong for, at sea, 444.

opposition to peace made high way to bring in, 429
-, feared treachery of States with, 430.

grows strong, nothing done to prevent, 433
-, passive, 453.

will soon decide question of peace, 438
-, preparations indicate some greater enterprise, 454.

Dutch fear queen delivering cautionary towns to, 446.

army may dissolve like snow, 453.

increasing forces against Ostend, 461
-, in Flanders, increasing shipping, 466
-, advantage of Ostend to, 494-5.

pretends preparations for France or Walcheren, 471.

- See also Farnese, Alexander, duke of Parma
-, Spain
-, Spaniards.

Engelen, English sconce, Inglon sconce, near Bois le Duc [N. Brabant, Netherlands], Hohenlohe takes, 169, 170, 174.

Engelhoven, Peter, bond of, 491.

Enghelstede, —, released, 417.

England and English :

attempt to render odious to Dutch people, 6
-, Buckhurst's list of Dutch calumnies against, 7, 43-4.

Stanley's rich possessions in, 7, 43.

Leicester accused of carrying off money to, 8, 44
-, Donellus dismissed for partiality to, 25.

States deny wish to prejudice reputation, 12
-, Buckhurst and Clerk reconcile people to, 15
-, suffer for sake of two miscreants, 16.

importance of opposite shore to, 23
-, treatment of Catholics in at queen's accession, 54.

in need of peace, 48
-, good immediate market for corn in, 180.

great preparations in Spain and Italy against, 50, 186, 228, 256
-, explanation required of, 360.

letter to Leicester (Feb. 4) likely to do harm in, 68.

need to prevent enemy receiving victuals from, 76
-, victuals from go to Ostend, 111.

importance of Sluys to, 97
-, need of fresh forces from to relieve Sluys, 109.

report of 20,000 men coming from, 115
-, Spaniards know all that happens in, 148.

queen loth to oppress with taxes for war, 122
-, question how taxes borne in, 493.

plan to offend by way of Scotland, 186
-, Scots want to serve against, 192.

loss of Netherlands would mean drawing sword in, 238
-, news of Spanish fleet off, 250
-, Spanish fleet intended against, 366.

Parma would have attacked if Queen of Scots had lived, 254
-, Philip's practises against, 292.

many gentlemen and lords of, with court at Dort, 264-5.

treachery of Deventer and loss of Sluys bring into contempt, 269.

question of revenge that touches deeply, 271
-, Torre has particulars of proposed invasion, 302.

Leicester detested in, 286
-, most odious to States, 400.

numbers of ill affected and impoverishment in, dependence on wool and cloth manufacture, 292
-, cloth of excluded from Spanish dominions, 385.

United Provinces able to furnish more ships and mariners than, 292.

Parma's affection for and memory of visit, 319.

Weldon to be sent to, 349
-, measures for defence of, 366, 387
-, menaced through Scotland, 386.

States encourage dislike of, among common people, 368
-, Haarlem, Leyden and Delft hostile to, 378.

peace to work safety of, at expense of Dutch, 371
-, kept out of Enkhuizen, 372.

small esteem of, in Vloot, 379
-, Maurice and States greatly bent against, 384.

Flemish towns hope to get wool from, to make cloth, 385
-, danger of coin being lost to, 386.

many refugees, pensioned by Spain, at Antwerp, 386-7
-, many English in Flanders who rail against, 388.

all the malice of the pope and League against, 387
-, Spanish and Flanders fleet to go against, 413.

worst dealing in better than best in Flanders, 387
-, peril of, if Spain recovers Netherlands, 400, 434.

defensive measures suggested for, 387, 402
-, queen can count on as much as any prince, 424.

Weldon has maps of, 406
-, many priests of, gather at Antwerp, 431.

safety of, needs Walsingham, 422
-, Philip's peace offer intended to deceive, 434.

Parma's designs against, 428-9, 431
-, Parma should be asked about, 439.

Russel asks for provisions from for Flushing, 430
-, victualling of Brill from, 445-6.

hostility of Lafaille to, well supplied with news from, 433
-, mischief makers misrepresent, 468.

security depends on success of wars in France, 434
-, question of readiness to meet invasion, 493.

peace to get free trade with Spain, 437, 493
-, no reason for barring trade with Indies, 478.

pope's league against, 449
-, Wilsford thinks preparations against a bugbear, 451
-, Parma's preparations thought too weak for, 453.

heavy cost of war to, 477
-, companies levied in, without consent of States, 490
-, question how taxation borne in, 492-3.

renewal of treaty with Portugal, 493.

-, estates of. See parliament.

-, King of. See Henry VIII.

-, merchants of. See Merchant Adventurers
-, merchants, English.

-, queen of. See Elizabeth
-, Mary.

-, ships of. See ships, English.

Englebert, Jehan, 159.

English sconce. See Engelen.

Enkhiuisen, Enchusen, Enchuysen, Enckhuysen [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], queen wishes assured to her, 355.

lewd and ungrateful practises at, 355
-, States tamper with, 356.

Leicester's dealings with, 356
-, refuses to receive Leicester, 369.

Medemblik better than, for keeping sea, 367, 374
-, magistrates ask Leicester to defer visit, 371
-, divisions in town, 373.

States want Snoy's men removed from, 403
-, Maurice gone to, to get Sonoy out of, 428
-, ship of, refused admission at Flushing, 468.

-, pensioner of. See Maelson, Francis.

envoys. See under ambassadors.

Epooyett, M., makes plans of towns for Prince of Orange, 119.

Errington, Erington, Captain, 104.

-, Nicholas, marshal at Flushing, and captain of footband, 290
-, constat for band, 364.

Willoughby to consult with, 463.

Walsingham procured place for, at Berwick, 464.

-, -, master of the ordnance, entertainment of, 487.

Esquelbecq, Ekelsbergh [Nord, France], 150.

Essex
-, county of, levies from, for Netherlands, 104
-, defray of, 380
-, query concerning pioneers, 487.

justices of, ordered to apprehend deserters, 294.

Leicester urges need of guarding coast, 402.

priest Green a gentleman of, 453.

-, earl of. See Devereux, Robert.

Estates of England. See parliament.

- of Low Countries. See Low Countries, States General.

Este
-, Alfonso II. of, duke of Ferrara, said to be coming to Flanders, 387
-, in pope's league against England, 449.

Etychove, Etichoven [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], raid on Count of Lalain's house at, 119.

exchange, rates of, between English and Flemish money, 386.

exchequer, payment for dinner to officers of, 455.

-, tellers of the, receipts of, 393
-, notes of accounts of, 455.

Eyck
-, Govert van, receiver of Brabant, complains of calumnies, 5-6
-, objection of States to, 8.

letter of, 5.

Eyland, Henry, Eland, Harry, sheriff of Roscommon, charge against unfounded, 250.



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