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'Index: L', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 3: April-December 1587 (1929), pp. 556-567. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75392 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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L. J., men of England, 62.

La Barre, Bara, M., merchant of Antwerp, captured by raiders from Berghen, 229-30, 234-5, 238.

Laere, Pierre van, public notary, certificate of, 279.

Lafale, Lafalli. See Faille.

Lake, —, 486.

Lalaing, Lalain, Count of. See Berlaymont, Florent de.

-, Countess of, taken prisoner, 119.

-, William de, Count of Hoogstraeten, earl of Hoghstrate, 252.

Lalain
-, Emanuel Philibert de, marquis of Renty, seigneur de Montigny, Rantie, Renti, Renter, lieut. general, in camp before Sluys, 107
-, takes over command of Lamotte's quarter, 137, 139, 176.

parley with defenders, 138
-, narrow escape of, 139
-, reported wounded, 147, 176.

summons Sluys, 184
-, fallen sick, 236
-, expected at Antwerp, 252.

Lambert, Capt., favourite of Sir John Norris, 144.

-, Oliver, captain of footbands, 290.

Lamberty, Lamberto, payment to, for armour, 427.

L'Amonerie, Ramonerie, Capt., governor of Wouw castle, letters to, 252, 281.

La Motte, La Mote, Count Ottavio, wounded at Sluys, 176.

-, seigneur de. See Pardieu, Valentine.

Lancaster, house of, claim of Parma's son through, 219.

Lanfranchi, Carlo, de Loo at house of, 274.

La Noue
-, François de, and release of son (Teligny), 1
-, would rather be bound to English for, 313.

should pay Castilla's ransom money, 174

Leicester would like Hohenlohe changed for, 316.

princess of Orange waiting to hear from about Castilla, 343, 368.

letter (copy) sent to Walsingham, 459.

La Noue
-, Odet de, seigneur de Teligny, Telligni, Tilleney, Tillyne, Thelligni, Tyllanye, Tylleni, proposed exchange of, 1-2, 58
-, Villiers appeals for, 25.

should pay Castilla's ransom money, 174
-, Mondragon will not release for Castilla, 271, 311, 340
-, proposed exchange, 368.

suggested exchange for Toraise, 297-8, 313
-, Leicester bargains for, 316.

Digges complains of slanderous suggestion, 312.

Lanzavecchia, Odoardo, governor of Breda : Parma promises support to, 119.

La Pree, seigneur de. See Taffin, Quintin.

La Rochelle [Charente Infre., France], merchant of, 43.

La Sale
-, cornet of withdrawn from Berghen, 112
-, goes to Hohenlohe without giving Leicester notice, 346.

Lascelles
-, Lassells, Mr., recommended to Walsingham, 118, 123
-, and to Privy Council, 233.

Latham, Lathom, Capt., in charge of levies from Yorkshire, 104.

Layton, Sir Thomas, as colonel, 487.

Lea, Capt. John, in charge of levies from Dorset, 104.

League
-, the Holy, enfeebled by jealousies in France, 50
-, Elizabeth urged to consider, 292
-, and decrees of Trent, 387.

Parma chosen chief of, 395
-, Parma chief shield of, 431-2
-, money contribution to design against England, 440.

Lecester
-, George, merchant, vice-treasurer to the forces, sent with account of money issued, 26
-, payment to be made by, 107.

accounts sent to Privy Council, 175
-, Leicester sends over with accounts, 211.

Huddlestone favours at expense of Doyly, 248
-, note of money due to, 301
-, provisions delivered by, to horse bands, 485-6.

Leeuwarden, Leeuwaerden [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands], letter dated at, 447, 450.

assembly at upon peace proposals, 446-7, 450.

-, burgomaster of. See Ulenborch, Rembertus.

Le Farge, Capt., slanders Leicester, 43.

Leicester, county of, 429.

-, earl of. See Dudley, Robert.

Leoninus, Elbertus, chancellor of Gelders, documents signed by, 65, 84, 150, 333, 486.

draft made by, 225.

presides at deliberation of Council, 103
-, Leicester speaks through, to States, 156
-, declaration on management of money and troops, 157.

Leicester sends to States of Holland, 246
-, sent to Hague, 263
-, present at Council of State, 330.

Leppine. See L'Espine.

Le Sieur
-, Steven, Mondragon will not exchange for Castilla, 2
-, release of, in prospect, 32-3, 52.

reaches Berghen, will see Buckhurst before embarking, 78
-, Buckhurst recommends to Walsingham, 105
-, asks for employment, 320.

relations with Leicester, 376-7.

offers services to commissioners, 377.

reports conversation with Colonna, 439
-, and with Villiers, 440.

letters from, 32, 52, 78, 319, 376, 439.

Lesley, John, bishop of Ross, goes to Parma from France, 186.

L'Espine, Leppine, Captain : Stanley urges to come over to enemy, 483.

Lewes, Lewis, Dr. David, Admiralty Judge, 491.

Lewin, Dr. William, Clerk suggests to replace him, 17.

Lewis, Lewys, brother in law of Wilkes, Walsingham's favour asked for, 91.

-, servant of Sir Philip Butler, recommended to Walsingham, 196.

Leyden [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 369, 411.

rumours against queen at, 6, 43
-, hostile to English, 378.

Donellus criticises magistracy of, 24.

Leicester goes to, 323.

papers printed at, 323-4.

Maurice and Hohenlohe practise division in, 371
-, tumult at, 373
-, effects of peace proposals in, 377
-, execution of Cosmo and Mansard at, 381
-, and of Valmaer, 390-1
-, queen displeased about, 420.

need to revoke sentences, petition for revocation, 437.

University, 24-5.

Libborne. See Lisbon.

Liefkenshoek, Lyfkinshooke [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], governor favours Hohenlohe, 175.

-, governor of. See Caulier, Michel.

Liege, Luke [Prov. of, Belgium], troops from, with Parma, 80, 119.

Hohenlohe slays boors of, 87.

-, Province [Belgium], enemy makes new levies in, 379.

Lieutenant of Ordnance, Russel asks for office, 435, 453, 456, 464.

Lieve, River [Belgium], convoy of boats surprised on, 80.

Lievin, Charles de, heer van Famars, Famois, master of artillery, 87.

Ligne
-, Charles de, count d'Aremberg, Arenberg, Arenborch, lord of Naaldwyk, Parma appoints commissioner for peace negotiations, 243
-, to answer de Loo, 457
-, passport for, 464.

retires from Sluys, 343
-, expects great service from Shenochs, 350
-, peace would give control of States of Holland, 482.

Ligny, Count of, peace would give power in Holland, 482.

Lille, L'isle [Nord, France], commission from Spain for government of, 281.

Lillo [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], 59.

commander devoted to Hohenlohe, 175
-, Maurice goes to, to ships, 305, 316, 322, 327.

talk of attack on, 322
-, fleet at should be strengthened, 395.

refuses companies sent by Council, 346.

-, governor of. See Caulier, Michel.

Limburg [Belgium], troops from, with Parma, 80.

Linçoln
-, county of, levies from, for Netherlands, 104
-, men of, at Court gate, destitute, 396.

Lindley, Mr. warrant delivered to, 323.

Lingen [Hanover, German Empire], Meppen furnished with victuals, 354.

Lisbon
-, Libborne, Portugal, great store of victuals sent to and ship masters detained at, 329, 343
-, ships from Andalusia go to, 379.

L'isle. See Lille.

Littleton, Litleton, Lyttelton, Lytelton, Capt. Francis, 291.

pinnace of taken by enemy, 107
-, asks for pay and compensation for pinnace, 110
-, reply to, 114.

sends news of Sluys, 160
-, sent to take Brening fort, 192, 196.

priest taken by company of, 456.

letters of, 110, 114, 160.

Lloyd, Richard, letters from, 134, 145, 170, 192, 201, 230, 255, 321, 371.

describes Leicester's passage and arrival, 134-5
-, and further proceedings, 145-6, 170
-, also fall of Sluys, 201-2
-, extracts from letter of, 231.

describes Leicester's movements, 371-2.

Lobetius, Dr. John, letter from, 50.

Lochem
-, Locham, Lochum [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], troops at, said to have spoiled townsmen, 30
-, Capt. Barnish appointed to, 490.

impossible to prevent enemy marching on, 235
-, prisoners taken by garrison of, 372.

Loge, M., 159.

Lonck, Dirik Jan te, authority to superintend moneys of Brabant, 56.

London, 162, 222.

letters dated at, 5, 27, 106, 118, 160, 206, 211, 220, 270, 285, 321, 456.

lord mayor of. See Barne, Sir George.

ordinary of, 347.

Merchant Adventurers at, 1
-, reference to bankrupts at, 386.

permit to sell Rhine wine in, desired, 5
-, coal can be supplied to Ostend from, 402.

corn required of Netherlands to supply, 6, 43.

post to, 52.

Conway's opinion of recruits from, 61, 78
-, men levied in, for Berghen, 75
-, levies from for Netherlands, 104.

port of embarcation for levies, 104
-, discharged soldiers in, 396.

great fly boat of Dunkirk brought into, 140, 254.

Norris repairs to, by order, 180
-, Council goes to, to charge Buckhurst, Norris and Wilkes, 197.

advisable to call out men for defence, 387.

-, places in and near, Bridewell, Weldon imprisoned in, 349.

Fleet prison, Wilkes confined in, 180-1, 197, 199
-, released from, 211.

Leicester House, 134.

Savoy, Walsingham's gallery at, 270.

Loo, Andrea de, di Lo, 393.

letters from, 27, 53, 161, 179, 242-3, 266, 273, 300, 313-4, 318, 336, 347, 353, 381, 399, 412, 439, 442, 450, 457-8, 462, 470.

-, referred to, 27, 34, 117, 185, 215.

letters to, 185, 215, 243, 287, 295, 358, 367, 375, 414, 483.

-, referred to, 116.

disheartened about peace negotiations, 28
-, pleads that question of religion be not urged, 53-5
-, takes hold on queen's hint of not insisting about religion, 117.

ill of tertian fever, 53-4, 161
-, share in negotiations injures private affairs, 55.

asks protection in crossing sea, because of threats, 55
-, desires preference at sale of Calicut goods, 179.

to learn how Parma disposed to Denmark's mediation, 111
-, reports three conferences with Parma, 161-2
-, speaks to him again about commissioners, 179-80.

and arrangements for commissioners, 177, 179-80
-, urges prompt sending of commissioners, 266, 273, 314, 381, 443.

and cessation, 179, 216, 273-4, 300.

Burghley raises point of religion with, 185
-, and of Drake, 185-6
-, why Burghley did not answer letters, 288.

asks Champagny for another safe conduct, 242
-, sends another one, 313.

Burghley asks for information about authority of king's commissioners, 288
-, to find out how Parma disposed about peace, 483.

may speak to Parma about Danish commissioners, 295
-, Parma's reply to, 314.

appeals for release of Faille, 300, 314-5, 381, 414, 439.

sees Parma about commissioners, 313-4, 381
-, and safe conduct, 336.

confers with Champagney and Massi, 336
-, Massi asks for news, 347
-, asked to deal inwardly with Champagney, 367.

proposes to return home, 347, 353, 375.

laments that his labour is in vain, 353
-, toexplain to Parma reasons for delay, 375
-, and ask him to deliver his mind frankly, 376.

brings letter from Parma to queen, 394
-, Parma calls back from Calais, 395, 399
-, got Parma to write letter, 399
-, sees Parma about commissioners, 413.

going to Berghen for negotiations, 399
-, will take safe conduct there, 414.

instructions what to say to Parma about commissioners, 415-6
-, at Bruges awaiting commissioners, 433.

has best news out of England, 433
-, note on negotiations, 484.

dealings with Richardot, 439
-, interview with Massi, 470.

tells Parma that Burghley is hopeful, 439
-, hopes to be relieved of duties, and return to affairs, 458.

Loon, lady of (?), house of, recovered, 121.

Loosen
-, Loozen, Sebastian van, Councillor of State, argues for finding money for Sluys, 157
-, present at Council of State, 330.

Lopez, de, letter to, 271.

Lords of the Council. See Council, Privy.

Lorraine, troops from, in Parma's army, 161.

-, duke of. See Charles, duke of Lorraine.

Lorraine
-, Henry de, duke of Guise, Parma wants peace, to help, 247
-, Spanish influence in France through, 293
-, Parma sends troops to, 316.

Lorraines, the, have time to make great martial preparations, 50.

lorrendrayers
-, loring drawers, lordendrayers, new enemy forts will serve, 76
-, practice of trading with enemy, 182
-, Meppen general receptacle for, 354.

Lostolla. See Postella.

Louis, duke of Beja, father of Don Antonio, 478.

Low Countries, Dutch, Holland, Netherlands, United Provinces :

attempt to render English odious to, 6
-, calumnies against English, 7, 43-4
-, Leicester accused of causing disunion in, 8.

queen accused of design to cause famine in, 6
-, Buckhurst satisfies, 10.

English horse shut out of towns of, 6
-, troops forbidden to pass through, without Maurice's licence, 7.

unable to do more, heavy toll of contributions, 10, 14
-, need to pay troops before debts, 31.

Caron astonished at change in, but cloud soon passed, 13
-, success of Buckhurst and Clerk in reconciling and clearing doubts, 15-6, 19.

Norris's estimate of army required for defence, 14, 16
-, too weak to man and victual towns, 19.

people's love for queen and Leicester, 18, 24, 113, 141
-, they desire Leicester's return, 63, 92.

sudden havoc of frontier towns likely, if Leicester does not return soon, 18
-, probable effects of Leicester's return in, 24
-, Leicester doubts desire for return, 40.

seizure of Hohenlohe would hazard ruin of, 36
-, Leicester wishes to be cleared by of charge of plot to kill Hohenlohe, 39
-, take dislike to Hohenlohe, 63.

Buckhurst to induce to accept toleration, to further peace, 42
-, cannot long make head against Spain, id.

England's security bound up with weal of, 42
-, can defend selves without foreign aid, 44.

queen accused of wishing to press men for war, 43
-, Junius to assure of queen's intention to help, 105.

list of towns or garrisons with guns, 44
-, measures of defence, great strength at sea, 64.

in danger of overreaching themselves and losing all, 55
-, disorder through lack of governor, 73-4, 88, 90, 92, 102, 121.

Parma allows people to trade with Antwerp and Brussels, 59.

Leicester has strong party in, 64
-, becoming doubtful about queen, 73
-, owe queen gratitude, 76.

people hate States and desire Leicester's return, 73, 81
-, devotion of towns to queen, 77
-, Buckhurst's letter to towns about peace negotiations, 83, 198.

Do Jos well acquainted with affairs of, 99
-, Norris's acquaintance with, 99, 100.

extraordinary advance by, for war, 100
-, Parma's army against, 161.

whole country depends on Leicester's return, 105
-, people weary of government of States, 119.

States fear Leicester will stir people against them, 171
-, Buckhurst foresees flame and combustion in, 134.

Leicester's instructions to incline to peace, 122
-, capital made of peace with people, 195.

certain points concerning the state of, their infirmities and remedies, 132-3
-, bad state at Leicester's return, 135.

victory at Sluys will make queen popular in, 155
-, people devoted to her, 209-10.

Wilkes' account of state of, 162-6
-, questions on towns doubtfully affected, 177, 181
-, answers, 178, 183.

those who lent to English beggared, 173.

question on opposition to peace, 181
-, answer, 182
-, Burghley insists on point of religion for, 185.

question on towns favouring Hohenlohe, 181
-, answer, 183.

manner and position of contributions from, 182.

danger of being lost piecemeal, 202
-, Leicester finds dangerous plots laid in, 222.

Hohenlohe protests good will to, 209
-, people wish him back in Germany, 230-1.

plot to exclude queen from any part in, 210
-, project given to Leicester for better government of, 216-7.

note of treasure sent into, 215
-, note of horse and foot in, 226.

people speak boldly and diversely of reconciliation between Leicester and States, 230
-, state much amended, 253.

queen should take absolute government of, 250
-, queen wishes weal and safeguard of all Prov. to be alike, 280.

people charge States with victualling enemy for gain, 259.

Leicester does not consult Council about government of, 265.

Buckhurst, Norris and Wilkes esteemed in, 267
-, representations of Norris against abandoning, 291-3.

people will not hear of peace, 268
-, Leicester confident of winning people over to, 282, 357
-, people show great affection for him, 322.

Ortel laments divisions in, 284
-, confusion in through lack of authority, 299.

able to furnish more ships and mariners than England, 292.

queen should explain reasons for peace to, 305
-, bad effect of reports of peace in, 322, 390-1
-, will embrace peace as coming from queen, 345.

contributions granted by, 326
-, note of charges in, 414.

people might not obey States, if Leicester recalled, 335
-, people find out the States, 344
-, people bent on popular government 367.

money paid out of Leicester's treasure for services in, 347-8.

troops drawn out of garrisons in Flanders, 350.

never in such a piteous state from dissensions, 355
-, peace hateful to generality, 357
-, in desperate case, 361
-, never so like to revolt, 390.

no man so fit as Leicester for humours of, 368
-, greatly offended by proposition of peace, 370, 392.

Spain likely to recover if queen does not prevent, 399
-, danger to England if Spain recovers, 400, 434
-, queen announces intention to leave forces to defend, 410
-, people urge need of trusting queen, 419.

commissioners delayed by attempt to persuade, 413.

Willoughby made captain general in, 414, 462.

towns rated for soldiers and sailors, 417
-, preparing to pay troops, 459.

Leicester repudiates designs against liberties, 420
-, consternation in, at Leicester's recall, 422.

Herbert finds three sorts of people in, seeking form of government, 422
-, opinion that queen helps only from own necessity, 423.

Leicester convinced of treasonable practices in, 428-9.

Spain wishes to punish England for helping, 434
-, Philip will never grant toleration to, 466.

Wilkes urges queen not to draw into peace, 434
-, parlous state of, 459.

plans for defence of to be shown to Burghley, 443
-, chief preparations by water where too strong for enemy, 444.

Willoughby not to meddle with government of, 452, 454, 463.

intention to get rid of foreigners, 459
-, mischief makers busy in, 468.

Burghley's notes on charges of, 465
-, queen will not make peace till answered for charges in, 477.

proposal to give Maurice authority over all Provinces, 469.

queen's reasons for interfering in, 474
-, need to establish in peace without oppression, 475.

queen defended from subjection to France, 477
-, correspondence with Catholics in, 492.

amount furnished by, during Leicester's government, 481.

points concerning to be considered in treaty, 481-2
-, queen will not restore towns in, 494.

question of bribing queen's officers in, 492
-, aid to should be increased, 494-5.

-, churches of, representations to Leicester against peace, 307.

-, Council of State, 50, 129.

articles presented to by Buckhurst, for musters, etc., 6
-, States of Holland forbid to change garrisons, 7.

tries to stop slanders of queen, 7
-, modest reply to Buckhurst's representations, 16.

Nassau's appointment unknown to, 7.

slender regard for authority of, 10, 18, 19, 91
-, acts of Leicester condemned in, 44.

neglects to supply Ostend, 15
-, commission concerning moneys of Brabant, 56.

money paid to, for troops, 27
-, Leicester urges need of furnishing Ostend and Sluys, 79.

Leicester demands enquiry of into Hohenlohe's charge, 47
-, expecting Hohenlohe to advise about forces, 94.

appeal to king of Denmark, 60
-, remonstrance to Buckhurst, 486.

discusses States' letter to Leicester, 68
-, Leicester announces return to, 79, 102
-, Leicester will do nothing important without, 106.

promises support and succour to Ostend, 80
-, and Sluys, 100.

represents confusion of country to Buckhurst, 83-4
-, desires Norris to remain, 101.

informs Leicester of erection of camp, 100
-, proposal considered, 102-3.

decision of States upon powers of, 102-3
-, Leicester found without authority, 245.

queen writes to about stopping supplies to enemy, 103-4
-, goods conveyed to enemy by licence of, 182.

Leicester-Hohenlohe affair before, 116, 125-6
-, report to about Hohenlohe, 208.

Burgrave suggests form of letter to, 118
-, queen announces Leicester's return to and requires loyalty to him, 123.

share in government stipulated by queen, 122
-, Leicester must not act without consulting, 132.

States persuade to go and meet Leicester, 125
-, Leicester cannot control, 132.

treasure should be disbursed with privity of, 133, 165
-, administers treasure jointly with Leicester, 182.

Wilkes appeals to, on action touching Leicester, 134
-, thanks queen for Clerk, 150.

nominated Paton as colonel of Scots, 150
-, receives news of peace from Cologne, 196.

conference between Leicester and States about, 156-7
-, urges States to come to prompt and profitable resolution, 158.

objections to representation of Flanders in, 165, 212
-, asked to send provisions to Schenck, 346.

will never be faithful to Leicester while he is at variance with States, 165.

complains of non-observance of contract with queen, 166
-, to administer treasure jointly with Leicester, 182.

Leicester wants account of Buckhurst's negotiations with, 193
-, charge against Buckhurst about, 283.

Edward Norris's cartel allowed in, 206
-, proclamation forbidding misrepresentation of, 222.

Leicester called to witness offers made by him, 207, 245
-, neglect of by Leicester, 265.

Vice-Admiral to be admonished in, for neglecting Sluys, 218
-, Leicester's dealing with about Sluys, 232, 275, 277-8.

Leicester to dispose to embrace peace treaty, 228
-, and peace proposals, 303.

fear of people over loss of Sluys, 245
-, Grunevelt's account of Sluys shown to, 260.

expostulates with Leicester about peace report, 246
-, Leicester sends for about peace, 264.

payments allowed by, not acknowledged by States, 256
-, Leicester wishes to manage finances with him, 280.

Leicester submits remonstrance of States of Holland to, 265, 268
-, proposition presented to States General by, 299.

English assistants in 290
-, memoir touching functions, 490
-, Rossel has friends in, 494.

nominations to, submitted to Leicester, 300, 326
-, Leicester to dispose of money by advice of, 305.

disapproves publication of declaration about peace negotiation, 326.

Valck to consult with about putting peace proposals before States, 347.

report of proceedings in, upon Aysma and Dr. Richaeus, 329-30.

remonstrance to about stopping Sluys haven, 339
-, question of keeping Meppen referred to, 346.

Leicester to confer with about naval co-operation, 366
-, members who meet Leicester, 411.

authorised to examine remonstrances of States, 397
-, Leicester's arrangement for powers during absence, 419-20.

conference with States of Holland at Delft, 403, 417.

cassed captains demand satisfaction from, 418.

to make excuses to Leicester for Holland and Zeeland, 430.

Killigrew expects dissolution of, 459
-, design of States to cass, 468.

decree of States General concerning part in despatches, 485.

letters from, 83, 100, 150, 333, 370.

letters to, 79, 123, 330, 346, 419.

-, referred to, 17, 89, 91, 102-3.

-, -, greffier to. See Huygens, Christopher.

-, -, secretary to. See Gilpin, George.

-, merchants of. See merchants, Dutch.

-, navy, ships of war, fleet, Vloot :

cloth sold to enemy to pay, 182
-, abandon English flag and fly Maurice's colours, 204
-, nothing could be done for Sluys without, 232
-, inactivity of demoralised garrison, 263
-, enemy surprised that make no attempt to relieve Sluys, 278.

co-operation asked against Spain, 366
-, scant esteem of English in, 379.

should be strengthened before Lillo, 395
-, collected for defence of Zeeland, 403.

Dutch mean to strengthen, 444
-, Maurice with at Biervliet, 448, 453
-, supposed to have thwarted Parma's purposes, 459
-, ready to assist English, 461.

-, States General of, Estates : 371.

Hohenlohe presses for what is due to him, 2
-, pleased at queen's letters to Princes of Germany, 17.

suspect queen of engaging in peace negotiations, 4
-, Buckhurst to ask not to molest Sonoy, 5.

queen recommends Don Emanuel to, 5
-, queen recommends Don Antonio to, 12.

interfere about slanders on queen, 7
-, ask queen to continue support, 12.

stop commissioners treating with queen after Deventer, 7
-, deny any intent to offend queen, 10.

acts of, prejudicial to Leicester, 7-8, 43-4
-, queen taxes with ingratitude, 12, 48
-, threatens to abandon, 13.

slender regard for authority of, 10, 18
-, likely to be more tractable, 18
-, Schonoff will not serve, 25.

desire Leicester's return, promise assistance, 11-2
-, preparations for return, 30.

reasons why queen delays reply to, 14
-, Buckhurst urges grant of loan to, 23.

remonstrance of Buckhurst with, their reply, 16
-, his success with, 30
-, Leicester objects to Buckhurst's gentleness with, 37-8, 40.

fear of popular commotion, but people pacified towards, 18
-, very unpopular, 73, 77.

Buys denounced Donellus to, 25
-, Fremin hopes for better treatment from, 29.

resolution for pay of troops, 27
-, resolution for new oath, for troops, 30.

Norris anxious not to be in pay of, 31
-, neglect of English in pay of, 33.

declare Sluys sufficiently furnished, 34
-, device to have no more English brought over, 45.

intrigues of, against Leicester's return, 36
-, cost of Leicester's entertainment to, 46
-, queen conditionally promises return of Leicester to, 50.

party to Hohenlohe's intrigues with enemy, to deceive them, 41
-, queen rates Buckhurst for slack dealing with, 48.

peremptory insistance on point of religion, 41-2
-, decree of, in whose name despatches shall be made, 483.

project of ordinary charges to be sustained by, 45
-, queen's reply to request for loan, 49
-, with conditional offer of further support, 50.

extraordinary levy promised by, 46
-, resolution on contributions for defence of frontier, 60-1.

Leicester writes to, to sift Hohenlohe's charge, 47
-, their reply, 73.

reported mislike of Leicester, 51
-, peace negotiations and Leicester's return estrange from queen, 64.

Brune's claims upon, 56
-, Brune's complaints about, 63
-, suit of Poyntz against, 491.

apply for help with Denmark about Ranzou affair, 60
-, reply upon, 65.

warrant supplies for the enemy, 64, 99, 111, 135, 141
-, careless about defence of Ostend and Sluys, 71, 76-7, 85, 88, 97, 141
-, nothing but promises, 87.

queen offended at neglect of her representations by, 65
-, and at neglect of defence she holds in Flanders, she threatens, 66.

letter to Leicester discussed in, 68
-, ask queen for Leicester's return, 74
-, regard for Leicester, 91.

regret authority given to Leicester, 73
-, proceed crossly many ways with the queen, 77.

Leicester believes Wilkes intrigued with against him, 74-5
-, Wilkes tried to stop letters of 4 February, 141.

propositions exhibited by Buckhurst to, 79
-, answer to Buckhurst's propositions, 85.

Leicester advises of need to find supplies, 79
-, asked to have money ready, on his arrival, 81.

Russel fears may grow jealous of his popularity, 80
-, will not accept any more soldiers into pay, 117.

troops in pay of, 82
-, sending out petty army, as diversion, 87
-, act upon state and number of troops, 96.

powers of Council renewed by, 83
-, decision on powers of Council, 102-3.

justification of edicts forbidding trade with enemy, 85
-, will never accept peace, 91.

proposed engagement of reiters, 87
-, Mörs urges to dispatch in matter, 93.

challenged by Wilkes for statements concerning queen and Leicester, 89
-, move Buckhurst to represent state of affairs to queen, 90.

if queen does not act may take authority from Leicester and lay it elsewhere, 90-1
-, reply to Buckhurst about Leicester, 106.

queen's answer about loan gives small comfort to, 91
-, Ostend ought to be supplied by, 94.

Buckhurst delays making peace proposals to, because of Drake's exploit, 91.

Willoughby desires letters of credit to, for pay, 96
-, almost all officers unpaid, 112.

act for setting up a camp, 97-8, 102-3
-, queen informed of, 99-100
-, and Leicester, 100
-, Council explain action, 100-1
-, proposal considered, 102.

explanation of letter of 4 Feb., 99
-, Leicester announces return to, 102.

need to stop sending supplies to enemy, 99, 110
-, queen writes to about, 109.

order supplies for Sluys, 100
-, offer of accepted, 109
-, offer to entertain 10 companies, 116.

desire Norris to remain, 101, 105, 125
-, Ortel advises of Leicester's return and Norris's recall, 105.

Leicester insists on recognition of authority by, 106
-, justify action with Leicester, 112.

Suderman complains of ill usage by, 114
-, troops of ready to march, 119.

Leicester's arrival may move to help, 115
-, in great fear of Leicester, 117.

two remonstrances of forwarded to queen, 117
-, unwilling to pay more English, 128.

Burgrave suggests form of letter to, 118
-, doubtful about going to meet Leicester, 125.

people weary of government of, 119
-, queen resents treatment of Leicester, 129.

Leicester should move to grant him proper powers, 121
-, financial arrangements of Leicester with, 122
-, Leicester to ask how can continue war, id.

send commissioners with money for reiters, 121
-, difficulty in engaging reiters, 128.

payment for new English troops must lie upon, 129
-, want as few English as possible, 133.

Brill put into queen's hands by consent of, 129
-, urge completion of companies in queen's pay, 166.

need for correspondence with Governor and Council, 132, 165
-, Leicester offends by having arms on great seal, 133.

Wilkes appeals to concerning attitude to Leicester, 134
-, take Leicester's letter from Junius, 149.

resolution concerning payment of Norris, 136
-, fear of high handed action by Leicester, 163.

commend Wilkes to queen, 136
-, appointed Paton at Geldern, 145
-, Wilkes slanders Leicester to about Paton, 150.

Buckhurst accused of truckling to, 153, 167, 491
-, money repaid to by Buckhurst's order, 160.

Leicester to deal with, 154
-, conference with Leicester about Council of State, Sluys etc., 156-8
-, use Hohenlohe against Leicester, 165.

feeling in Sluys against, 159
-, always unpopular but impossible to move people against, 163-4.

William of Orange's method of managing, 164
-, harmful to revive grievances against, 167.

reasons for indifference about Sluys and Ostend, 164
-, Leicester complains of slackness, 171
-, little hope of, 172.

strange apostiles on Huddlestone's accounts, 166
-, expectations from queen, 173
-, accounts of queen's charges shown to, 182.

complain of non-observance of contract, 166
-, leave English troops unpaid, 173.

come to Middelburgh to meet Leicester, 170-1
-, list of deputies at Middelburg, 172.

vote for relief of Sluys, 172, 203, 223
-, backward proceedings hinder Leicester taking field, 174
-, whittle down vote, 196.

question on English in pay of, 177
-, answer, 178
-, on Germans in pay of, 178
-, answer, 179.

question on money due from to queen, 181
-, answer, 181-2
-, excuses to queen for letter of 4 Feb., 484.

question on credit with people, 181
-, answer, 183
-, wilfulness and inconstancy of, 249.

question on relations with Hohenlohe, 181
-, answer, 183.

mission from, to Denmark, 183
-, answers of Buckhurst misliked about, 188
-, Buckhurst to charge with disorders, 190.

paper on negotiations with Buckhurst, Norris, Wilkes and Clerk, 187.

satisfaction required for Leicester from, 189
-, mischief done with, so that Leicester can get no supplies from, 195.

points to be declared by Bingham to, 190-1
-, alleged debt to queen, 209.

refuse to pay moneys for which responsible, 193
-, note to deal with about contract, 198.

Buckhurst's reply about dealings with, 193-4, 212
-, Buckhurst had no book of sums disbursed by, 198.

charge Norris with receipt of 20,000l., 194
-, money paid by Norris, for use of, 198.

informed from Cologne of treaty between queen and Spain, 196.

blamed for loss of Sluys, 199, 200, 204, 209, 220, 227, 231, 258-60, 280
-, queen accuses for, 218.

combined with Hohenlohe and Mörs to oppose queen and Leicester, 201
-, impugn all Leicester's actions, 204.

and Edward Norris's cartel, 206
-, decree of concerning despatches, 484.

plot to exclude queen probably exceeds reach of, 210
-, establish Admiralty of Zeeland at Camphire, 217.

charges against Buckhurst concerning dealings with, 213-5.

Vice-Admiral to be admonished before, for neglecting Sluys, 218.

Leicester to deal with touching re-establishment of good government, 219
-, Leicester gives day to answer him, 221
-, act of satisfaction to him, 221n, 224.

never nearer destruction, 221
-, count much on reiters, 221
-, dealing lewdly and will hazard all, 229.

conference with, desire oblivion of past, 223
-, act of reconciliation with Leicester, 223, 230-1
-, letters to queen upon, 223, 225, 226, 484.

consultation with for erecting an army, 223
-, resolution concerning, 245.

voted provision for Ostend, Axel and Berghen, 223
-, indifferent about Flanders, 258, 260.

tart reply of Leicester to, 226
-, queen advised to await resolution of, 227.

Leicester to acquaint with queen's disposition to peace, 227, 288
-, and dispose them to join in negotiation, 228.

make show of love and duty to queen, 230, 235
-, Leicester's efforts for union, 235
-, need to reconcile, 237.

practices to set pique between Leicester and, 234, 237, 245
-, North's ill offices, 236
-, ill offices with before Leicester's arrival, 245.

Williams regrets forsaking favour of, 236
-, question of Sidney's pay before, 340.

if do not give better satisfaction Leicester may resign, 237
-, seem more tractable, 238
-, wrote against Leicester to queen, 248
-, not yet at Dordrecht, 255.

contributions paid to would enable queen to maintain war, 238-9.

Digges cannot get accounts from, 244, 251, 312
-, resolved to keep things in confusion, 256
-, complaints of Digges against, 256-7, 441.

fear of people because of loss of Sluys, 245
-, Leicester has small opinion of, 247.

expostulate with Leicester about peace report, 246
-, bitten at heart by, 247
-, queen asked to delay commissioners till hears from, 264.

evil offices of Hohenlohe with, 255.

profit by victualling enemy, 259
-, learn from enemy about peace negotiations, 288.

leave Middelburg, not hurrying themselves, 263
-, resent Leicesters' stay at Dort, 264.

peace rumours help to draw people to side of, 263
-, determined to continue struggle, 272.

support Count William's rule in Friesland, 264
-, difficulties from, opposition of, 286.

no intention of reinstating Leicester in authority, 268
-, he did not take best course with, 273.

dealing with, about relief of Sluys, 275-7
-, declaration of Leicester concerning his relations with and powers, 279-81
-, trying to tire out Leicester, 286.

have copy of Leicester's last instructions and of queen's letter about peace, 282
-, matters delivered by to Buckhurst against Leicester, 490.

charges against Buckhurst concerning, 283
-, refusal to pay troops for relief of Sluys, 366.

desire reply to letter to queen, 284
-, danger of making separate peace, 293.

submit proposals to Leicester touching his powers, 286
-, Leicester's steps to overawe, 296-7.

English troops serving to be sent home if unpaid, 289
-, consequence of leaving to pay them, 317.

try to prevent English merchants trading to own towns and empire, 292.

control of corn trade by strength of shipping, 292
-, need for perfect account with, 325.

will never accept peace without security about religion, 293
-, dislike of peace reports, 295
-, Leicester's dealings with about peace, 302-4, 347, 358.

end is liberty and suspect English designs on, 297
-, deal to keep people at war for own profit, 345.

Burgh describes Leicester's relations with, 298
-, proposition to on authority, disposition of money and payment of English, 299, 350.

act confirming Leicester's authority as Gov. General, 300
-, referred to, 305, 311
-, talk of agreement with Leicester, 315.

Leicester comments on strange dealings of, 306
-, sent over copies of letters touching Leicester, 310.

urge conference with States of Holland, 308
-, States of Holland must join with about government and money, 309.

complain about abuses in musters, 312
-, Digges complains of obstruction by, 325, 441.

Leicester explains delay of answer about peace, 315
-, Leicester awaiting answer, 321.

should be consulted about mediation of Denmark and use of Berghen, 317.

people see unfairness to Leicester, 322
-, Holland offers mediation between Leicester and, 326.

reiters will not trust to promises unbacked by queen, 322
-, will try to keep queen's aid if not her amity, 333.

Leicester accepts resolution on points proposed, 326
-, give him title but refuse further demands, 332.

queen writes to about peace proposals and demands appointment of deputies, 327-9, 338-9
-, allow false reports to circulate against queen, 345.

and the last bands from England, 331
-, design to establish popular government, 345.

encouraged by princes of Germany not to hearken to peace, 332
-, no peace without full consent of, 362.

people might not obey if Leicester recalled, 335
-, being found out by people, 344.

Leicester explains dealings with about peace, 341-2, 344-6
-, Leicester witholds queen's letter from, 343, 361.

Leicester has not received one penny from, 342, 383
-, his money for troops in pay of, 347-8.

cause trouble at Utrecht, 346
-, Leicester demands to know attitude to Hohenlohe, id.

alleged conference with enemy about separate peace, 346
-, efforts to estrange Friesland from queen, 356.

refer holding of Meppen to Leicester and Council, 346.

sums of queen's money disbursed for use of, 348
-, bad time to deal with about Sidney's money, 368.

far off and untoward, 351
-, piteous state of country from dissensions with Leicester, 355.

credentials of Herbert to, 353
-, Herbert sent to, to renew motion about peace, 359.

protest of Oostergo against for slandering queen, 357
-, Sonoy abandons side of, 361
-, Sonoy in disgrace with, 363, 367.

difference with queen about peace prejudices Leicester, 361
-, Leicester asks queen to forbear harsh words to, 363.

queen recommends Ortel to, 362
-, Doyly sits in council with, 369.

Herbert to induce to treat, 365
-, utter mislike of peace, 373, 379.

practises against Leicester, 367
-, little hope of reconciliation, 368
-, Council urges reconciliation, 370.

at Harlem awaiting Leicester, 368
-, do utmost to discredit him, 374.

neglect to pay English soldiers, 369
-, keep company of foot at Enkhuizen, 372
-, no money to be expected from, 384.

delay of commissioners due solely to evil disposition of, 375
-, failure of Killigrew's representation to, 377
-, greatly bent against English, 384.

neglect to send munitions for Rheinberg, 381
-, will not help Berghen, 394.

importance of Flushing for recovery of money lent to, 390.

cruelty at Leyden, 391.

queen's demand of payments due from, 395
-, English troops in pay of discharged, 401.

Council authorised to examine remonstrances of, 397
-, inconstant proceedings with queen, 405.

Parma believed to have secret understanding with, 401
-, treason suspected among, 408, 427, 430.

queen chides for slanders of herself and Leicester, and treatment of troops, 409
-, announces Leicester's recall and exhorts to strong defence, 410.

Leicester's three ways of dealing with, 410
-, Leicester sends Ortel to, 419, 421
-, and Herbert, 419, 421.

Leicester to inform of proposal to abandon Ostend, 412
-, Leicester notifies of arrangements during absence, 419-20.

arrest of Aysma stirs people against, 417
-, at Hague, no news from, 453.

Council can do nothing until meeting of, 418
-, Leicester believes will yield to queen's motion, 419
-, queen demands answer from about peace, 453-4.

Leicester's dealings with about peace communicated to Herbert, 421
-, Leicester expects differences in, about peace, 423
-, Herbert's representations to, 438.

Leicester waiting for decision about government, 425, 433
-, delay in meeting, 430
-, gone to principals, 444.

remembrances for peace commissioners concerning, 436-7
-, commissioners to wait till answer comes from, 452.

wealthiest magistrates at Brill depend upon, 446.

deputies from Friesland to, about peace proposals, 447, 449-50.

possibility of making separate peace, 451
-, queen resolves to treat before receiving answer, 464-5.

to be solicited for ships, 452
-, answer upon, 461.

scolded for lack of respect to Leicester, 452, 454, 462-3
-, Leicester's thanks to deleted, 455.

informed of limitation of Willoughby's authority, 452, 454
-, queen requires repayment of money lent to, 494.

out of taste with English till recover credit, 462
-, want to get Flushing, 466
-, practises to estrange people from English, 471.

deputies of Zeeland to confer with about trading with Spain, 465.

Burghley's notes upon doubts concerning peace negotiations, 466.

Willoughby asks for hay and straw for horse, 467
-, will not provision Berghen and Ostend, even if besieged, 472.

purpose to cass Council, 468
-, pressed Council to continue to act, 486.

aptest to wrangle for privileges and money, 469
-, instructions to treasurer on pay of troops by, 485.

will reply about peace in England, 469
-, to be parties to cessation, 474
-, representatives to be admitted to conference, 475
-, to be asked what they want from Denmark, 476
-, instructions drafted before reply received from, 480.

references to reply to Wilkes about money demanded, 486, 491
-, notes on differences with about accounts, 487.

memoirs on functions, manner of convoking, etc., 490
-, Rossel claims to be old servant of, 494.

letters from, 11-2, 60, 73-4, 99, 100, 136, 225.

-, referred to, 16, 37, 41, 47-8, 64, 68, 124, 141, 187, 226, 284.

letters to, 5, 81, 124, 327, 353, 362, 370, 409, 420.

-, referred to, 12, 17, 48, 89, 91, 102, 342-3, 361.

-, greffier to. See Aerssens, Cornelis.

-, president of. See Capelle, Gerlich van
-, Rysenberch, Willem van.

Luke. See Liege.

Luker, Capt. Emanuel, pension of, 348.

Luneburg, count of. See William, the younger.

Lutzelstein, duke of. See George John.

Luxemburg, Luxembourg, reinforcements for Parma reach, 229.

-, governor of. See Mansfelt, Count Peter Ernest.

Lyfkinshooke. See Liefkenshoek.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, troops to be embarked from, 104.

Lynn. See King's Lynn.

Lytelton, Lyttelton. See Littleton.



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