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Sophie Crawford Lomas and Allen B. Hinds (editors)

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1929

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'Index: I', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 3: April-December 1587 (1929), pp. 553-554. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75389 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Imp, the young. See Nassau, Maurice of.

Imperial diet
-, emperor wishes for, 50
-, will be for making a king of the Romans, 51.

Indies, English voyages to cause Spaniards most fear, 254.

fleet from, in Galicia, 432.

Philip wishes to punish England for proceedings in, 434
-, queen ready to defend proceedings, 475
-, instructions to commissioners concerning, 478-9.

treasure from, referred to, 255.

-, East. See East Indies.

Inge, Capt., appointed to house of Dort, 490.

Inglon sconce. See Engelen.

Inquisition
-, instructions to commissioners concerning, 479-80
-, English not to be molested by, 493.

Iper. See Ypres.

Ireland
-, Sir Henry Norris going to, 221
-, alleged saying of Norris in, 233.

Spanish fleet may sail for, 256, 366, 394, 402, 432
-, Parma's designs on, 453.

position of Bingham in, 295
-, Bingham wishes to return to, 321.

Stanley's drum in, 389
-, Drake's raid to prevent invasion of, 483.

Weldon has maps of, 406
-, Borlas asks for employment in, 409.

-, lord deputy of. See Perrot, Sir John
-, Radcliffe, Thomas, earl of Sussex.

Irish
-, Kernes, in Stanley's companies, 431
-, at Deventer, stayed with Stanley but unwillingly, 489.

Iselsteyn. See Yselstein.

Isendyke, Issendonck. See Yzendijk.

Isley, Henry, captain of footbands, 290.

Italians, said to be bribed by Parma to kill Leicester, 27.

troops at seige of Sluys, 107
-, Parma sends for more, 115, 161
-, expecting more, 234, 389.

remarkable ship built by, at Antwerp, 254.

Parma orders troops not to hurry, 336-7.

nobles, serving Spain in Flanders, 337
-, troops sent by pope, 430.

new levies replace veterans, 430
-, Colonna came with companies, 439
-, troops mostly men banished from Naples, 449.

Italy, great preparations in against England, 50, 186, 228, 387.

Parma expecting great forces from, 177, 231, 243.

queen urged to appoint archbishop to be her agent in, 389.

Spanish preparations clearly not against, 434
-, Colonna's knowledge of, 448.

-, clergy of, pope compels to contribute to war against England, 449.

-, merchants of. See Merchants, Italian.

-, princes of, in league against queen, 449.



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