-, Maeslant Sluce, Mazelantsluys [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], Dutch establish garrison at, 6
-, Leicester introduces troops about, 297, 331
-, Hohenlohe puts garrison in, 371, 373
-, Leicester takes credit for withdrawing troops from, 420.
Maastricht, Maestricht [Prov. Limburg, Netherlands], content with toleration, 54.
Sluys cost Parma more than, 235.
Macklin. See Malines.
Maddock, Madox, —, Griffith, clerk of the munition, Flushing, 290.
note of money due to, 301.
-, Malse, Malson, Francis, alias Dr. Francis, pensioner of Enkhuisen, of most influence with States, 165
-, turns Enkhuisen against Leicester, 372
-, of Maurice's faction, 411.
Maes, John, councillor to the chancery of Brabant, appointed commissioner for peace negotiations, 243.
passport for, 464.
Maeslant Sluce. See Maassluis.
Maestricht. See Maastricht.
Malaga [Prov. Andalusia, Spain], cargo taken from, 69.
Maldynghame, lord of, reported slain, 350.
-, Macklin, Mechlin [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], great provision of boats at, 329, 343, 378
-, all boats commandeered at, 432.
success over enemy near, 388.
Mallery, M. de, cousin of de Buhy. See Heu, Robert de.
Malse, Malson. See Maelson.
Malta, knight of, slain by Colonna, 449.
-, grand master of. See Verdale, Hugh de.
Manchester, Robert, provost marshal, Flushing, 426.
Mandoza. See Mendoza.
-, Mandemaker, Maunemacker, Adrian, treasurer of Zeeland, letter written to by Ortel's advice, 312, 323
-, promises best furtherance, 325
-, ready to further matter of Sidney's pay, 340.
of Maurice's faction, 411.
-, Emanuel, Don, son of Antonio, prior of Crato, prince of Portugal, queen recommends to States, 5
-, no news of, 34.
Mansard, Mansart, sieur de. See Maulde, Nicholas de.
Mansfelt, Count Charles de, letter of Parma to, intercepted, 235.
moves to recover Bonn, 468.
-, Count Peter Ernest, governor of Luxemburg, to act as governor, when Parma away, 395, 432
-, answers de Loo for Parma, 457.
Mantua, duke of. See Gonzaga, Guglielmo.
Mappell. See Meppen.
-, bought at Amsterdam for Walsingham, 270
-, sent to him by Drury, 329, 330.
of England, Ireland and Scotland, possessed by Weldon, 406.
Marchant, Capt., set over Wouw castle, 8.
Margaret of Austria, Parma's mother, a Belgian, 179.
her visit to England, 319
-, Smart brought up in house of, 388.
-, co. Kent, Leicester leaving Sittingbourne for, 129
-, Leicester embarks from, 134.
Maria, daughter of Edward duke of Guimaranes, duchess of Parma, a descendant of house of Lancaster, 219.
Marignan, purpose to destroy Leicester, 187.
mariners. See sailors.
Marivea, George, in camp before Sluys, 107.
Marnix, Philippe, sieur de Ste. Aldegonde, St. Alla, St. Allagond, St. Hallagonde, 276.
become lukewarm, 221
-, conference at house of, about relief of Sluys, 274.
Leicester suspects of treasonable dealings, 400.
instrument of Maurice for Camphire, 401
-, of Maurice's faction, 411.
letter from, referred to, 2.
Marr, favoured by Huddlestone at expense of Doyly, 248.
Marre, Joseph, note of money due to, 301.
Marshal, the lord. See Pelham, Sir William.
Martin, Alderman, note of money due to, 301.
martyrs, relics of, being taken to France and Netherlands, 349, 406.
Mary, Queen of England, people brought up as Catholics under, 54.
-, Queen of Scots, note to forbid ballads on, 13
-, Scottish soldiers talk of avenging, 192.
Parma would have attacked England, if lived, 254
-, execution referred to, 302, 492n.
-, physician to. See Burgoing.
-, steward to. See Melville.
Mase. See Meuse.
Massa, Francis de la, brings money to Dunkirk to build ships, 287.
-, Cosmo, Parma's secretary, Secretary Cosimo, insists on need of queen's commissioners coming quickly, 266, 443
-, and danger of delay, 274.
de Loo confers with, 336, 347
-, left in dark by Parma, 439
-, gives de Loo reply to queen, 457
-, de Loo reports interviews with, 470.
-, Nicolas de, Capt. sieur de Mansart, Mansard, put out of Loyden, with company, 377
-, executed there, 381, 390-1.
-, Girault de, seigneur de Gourdain, Gordan, Gurdon, governor of Calais, writes to Grunevelt about spies, 287
-, Lamotte confers with secretly, 364.
Maunemacker. See Manmaker.
Maurice, Mauris, Count. See Nassau, Maurice of.
Max, Capt., German in States' pay, 179.
Maximilian, Archduke of Austria, aspirations to crown of Poland, 51.
Maybergen, Capt. Read, arrested at, 371.
Mazelantsluys. See Maassluis.
Mechlin. See Malines.
Meddykyrk, Medekerk. See Meetkerke.
Medemblik, Medenblycq, Medinbleke [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], letter dated at, 367.
Sonoy asked to show commissions for, 3
-, efforts to remove him from, 4.
Leicester goes to, 356, 363, 372-3
-, strong and value for keeping sea passage, 367, 374.
queen can have control of, 367
-, a fit place for queen to have rule of, 373.
States ask for company from, 403
-, efforts to get Sonoy out of, 428.
notes on way to satisfy garrison, 472.
Mederek, Capt., gallantry at Sluys, 191.
-, Catherine de, queen mother of France, la Roine mer, aid suggested for Torre to stay at Rome, 302
-, allusion to not understood, 320
-, suggestion explained, 389.
practising for peace, 355.
-, Francesco de', grand duke of Tuscany, duke of Florence, in pope's league against England, 449.
-, Giovanni de', brother of duke of Florence, said to be coming to Brussels, 274
-, arrives there, 337.
Meer, Pieter van der, pensionary of Delft, one of the leading spirits in the States, 165.
meetings, forbidden by proclamation, 222.
-, Meddykyrk, Medekerk, Midkerke, Adolf van, President of Flanders, Buckhurst accused of neglecting, 152, 214
-, to be restored to Council, 189
-, Buckhurst moved for admission, 212
-, expelled from Leyden, 391
-, money to be paid to, 472.
-, young, well affected to queen, 411.
Melville, A., steward to the Queen of Scots, letter of, 11.
-, Mandoza, Bernardino de, Spanish ambassador in France, Buckhurst serves Philip better than, 99
-, practises against England, 292.
Menin, Menyn, Joos van, pensionary of Dordrecht, commissioner to England, evidence of, 43.
spokesman of States at conference with Leicester, 157
-, deputy of Holland in States General, 172.
statement about peace negotiations, 272, 299, 303
-, one of those who meets Leicester, 411.
-, -, ? Do. Jos, 99.
Meppen, Mappell, Meppe, Westphalia [German Empire], surprised by Mörs, 306, 311, 322, 327, 354.
question of retaining referred to Leicester and Council, 346
-, value of, 354.
soldiers withdrawn from to defend Zeeland, 403.
Merchant Adventurers, assist Burnham, 1.
note of money disbursed by, for queen's service, 13
-, note of money due to, 301.
money advanced to Flushing garrison, 142
-, Leicester can get no loan from, 175
-, freed from disbursing weekly loan at Flushing, 338.
Parma tries to disturb re-establishment at Hamburg, 219
-, hopeful of agreement with Hamburg, 225.
negotiations with Stade, 225.
Russel wants brought from Middelburg to Flushing, 335, 412
-, burghers petition for, 385.
letter of exchange of, for Castilla, 343
-, Ostend weakened by decay of, 405.
pay of troops through, 3, 58
-, Sherley goes to raise money from, 30, 33
-, little hope of getting, 51
-, gets only 1500l. from, 72.
advantages in dealing with soldiers, 84
-, gain on exchange, 173.
edicts against trade with enemy to prevent fraud by, 85
-, supply goods to enemy, 135.
chief withdraw to other countries, thro' decay of trade, 92
-, Leicester's warning about, 188.
goods in flyboat captured by Drake's ships, 140.
cannot supply money to treasurer, 188
-, Leicester's lands at mercy of, 305.
shipping held up by privateer hoys, 368.
crying out for payment for goods sold to captains, 384
-, unable to lend anything, 427.
exchange one of the few stays of those remaining at Antwerp, 386.
arrangement with for pay of troops, 471.
-, names of. See Barley
-, Beecher, Henry
-, Bennet, Thomas
-, Colston, William
-, Faille, Martin de la
-, La Barre
-, Lanfranchi, Carlo
-, Lecester, George
-, Ortison, Herrike
-, Saltonstall, Richard.
-, Dutch, goods stayed in Denmark, 60, 64
-, promised equal courtesy in France, 81
-, order for restraining, 299
-, wax rich through war, 379.
-, English, danger to, of Philip holding Holland and Zeeland, 292.
Dutch try to exclude from trade with own towns and empire, 292
-, none venture to Antwerp, 386.
claims to trade in places discovered by own people, 478
-, claim for redress and reform of treatment in Spain, 479.
-, French, queen urges States to treat well, 81.
-, Italian, deliver velvet to Parma, 431.
-, Portugal, of Middelburgh, willing to take Castillia, 377.
Merick, Lieut., volunteer, gallantry at Sluys, 191.
Meryman, Capt. Nicholas, payment to, 375.
Meuse, Mase, River, Hohenlohe bridges near Bommeler Waard, 158, 169.
Mewers, Meurs. See Solms, Adolf von, count of Mörs.
Michaeli, Dr. Joseph, to tell Walsingham of testimony in favour of Wilkes, 354.
Michaell, Capt., letter addressed to, 252.
Michaelsen, Michelssen, John, report of, on behalf of Sonoy, 3-4, 46.
Middelaer castle [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], attempt to surprise fails, 380.
Middelburg, Middleborowe, Middelborow, Midleburg, Myddellburgh, Mydelbrough [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], 107, 226, 237, 277, 440.
letters dated at, 1, 3, 56, 63, 69, 136, 146, 150, 153, 155, 159, 169-75, 189, 205, 211, 219, 222-4, 298, 330, 377, 379, 418, 433, 438, 484.
news from, 245.
de Buhy leaves, 2
-, Sherley at, 3
-, Sherley goes to, to treat, with merchants, 33.
armour for troops provided at, 75
-, Famars sent to, to supply Ostend and Sluys, 87
-, burghers of to help surprise Flushing, 115.
Leicester at, reception, 135
-, preparations at, 146
-, Leicester can get nothing from merchants at, 175.
Buckhurst's account of meeting with Leicester at, 166-7
-, note upon, 187
-, his declaration about, 193-4.
members of States General at, 172, 203, 232, 263, 370
-, States of Zeeland summoned to, 196.
Buckhurst's negotiation with Killigrew and Beale at, 187
-, Hohenlohe asked to meet Leicester at, 208.
grants supplies for Sluys, 195
-, proposed course for Leicester at, 217.
proposal to move admiralty of Zeeland from, 217
-, relations with Flushing, 392.
act of satisfaction passed at, 231n
-, treasure at, 485.
Leicester waited in vain for States at, 259
-, Council at and leaves, 263
-, Leicester at, 275.
burghers offered help for Sluys, 259.
Merchant Adventurers at, 301, 338
-, Russel wants merchants from brought to Flushing, 335, 385, 412.
Castilla's ransom ready at, 340
-, willing he should go to, 377
-, his proposed removal to, 391-2.
2,000l. taken by Leicester at, 380
-, Leicester goes to, 421
-, and Gorge, 422.
likely to open gates to enemy, 408.
Leicester confers with Zeelanders at, 419
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe at, 466, 471.
-, county of, levies from, for Netherlands, 104
-, query about pioneers, 487.
Middleton, Mr., Le Sieur's obligation to, 32-3, 52.
Midkerke. See Meetkerke.
Milander, certificate countersigned by, 26.
Mildmay, Sir Walter, chancellor of the exchequer, Sherley's case referred to, 173.
-, Myners, Rowland, certificate of, upon Sir John Norris's cornet, 142-3, 220
-, answer of Norris to, 239, 241.
Mocket, Timothy, reports intelligence of Berghen captain with enemy, 388.
Modet, Herman, a minister at Utrecht, quarrel of Mörs with, 88.
Moeurs. See Solms, Adolf von, count of Mörs.
Mondragon, Cristobal de, governor of Antwerp, 281.
makes small account of Castilla, 21
-, confers with Le Sieur, 32
-, Le Sieur dines with, 52
-, Castilla goes to, 271.
in camp before Sluys, 107.
money, inconvenience of export from England, 471.
Monrusarte, lady of, 252.
Monte, Camillo del, doctor of physic of, captured by raiders from Berghen, 229-30, 234-5, 238.
Montigry, seigneur de. See Lalain, Emanuel Philibert de.
Moore, Capt., in charge of levies from Bedfordshire, 104.
Moortoune, Mr., friend of Col. Morgan 58.
Mor, Moore, Joos de, vice-admiral, removes from Flushing to Ter Veere, 379.
Moreau, M., minister at Delft, witness to slander about corn, 43.
Morenow. See Mornau.
-, Capt., in charge of levies from Sussex, 104
-, takes letters for Herbert, 425.
-, Matthew, his father's man, 118.
-, Mrs., captured going to Deventer, 363, 372.
-, Col. Thomas, camp master, 104, 290, 487.
Castilla in charge of, 1, 112
-, writes to Russel about him, 3, 298
-, dealings with Russel about, 57-8, 69.
appeal to, for Teligny, 25
-, Le Sieur's obligations to, 32-3, 52, 78.
puts claims to Walsingham, 58
-, to send troops to Ostend, 78.
challenge of Capt. Coradin to, 58-9.
takes great pains to strengthen Berghen, 59
-, companies sent to, 107.
pay of company, 144
-, daily pay, 470.
to lead relief to Sluys, 189, 191-2, 202, 259, 276
-, attempt to break bridge, 195
-, gone away, 277.
Needham deals with about behaviour to Willoughby, 208
-, practically in disgrace, 236.
wishes Castilla's case settled, 208, 311
-, will answer soldiers who took him, 340, 343.
with force against Hoogstraeten, as camp master, 230
-, complains of neglect, 311.
Hohenlohe will not have, 264
-, gives Pelham bond of Bromley, 323.
knows how to deal with Dutch, but gone home, 459
-, Killigrew urges return, id.
letters from, 58, 112, 114, 311.
-, alluded to, 3, 32.
letters to, 75, 107, 114.
-, alluded to, 2, 78.
Morianzar, Sieur, secretary to council of State, on queen's commissioners, 266.
Morley, Lady, captured, going to Deventer, 363, 372.
Mornau, Morenow, Capt., killed in duel, 170.
Mornay, Pierre de, seigneur de Buhy, M. de Buye, du Buy, 17.
carries letters, 1, 2
-, Schnoff crosses with, 25.
Burnham pays money to, 2
-, going to Germany for levy, 17, 26
-, certificate concerning John Casimir, 46.
goes to meet Hohenlohe, 2
-, Leicester slandered in presence of, 43.
-, Morryce, Edward, Croft's man, report on Sluys, 176
-, and peace negotiations, 177.
letters taken by, 215, 399, 412, 458
-, to take back Parma's reply, 439, 450.
de Loo will accompany, 451
-, Richardot repeats assurances to, 457-8.
sick at Dover, 458.
passport for Spanish commissioners sent by, 464.
-, Capt., corporal of the field, entertainment of, 487.
Morrise, Morryce, Morrys. See Nassau, Maurice of
Mörs, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.
Mortlake, co. Surrey, letter dated at, 354.
Motte, seigneur de la. See Pardieu.
Mullenar, Adrian, secretary to Sidney and Leicester, 326.
Munster [Westphalia, German Empire], allusion to rebels of, 386.
Munster, Ireland, lord president of. See Norris, Sir John.
Mures. See Solms, Adolf von, count of Mörs.
muskets, Leicester urges provision of, for England, 402.
exclusive use of by enemy, 402.
musters, representations to Council of State upon, 6.
order for, 29
-, to be done orderly, 133.
note of places where commissaries of, to be placed, 45
-, instructions for more speedy dispatch of, 69.
of Norris's companies, 154.
States complain of abuses in, 312.
placard concerning, 323
-, instruction of officers of, 324.
notes of, at Ostend, 344.
muster master, notes of rates of pay and money due to, 487.
- See Digges, Thomas.
Muys van Holy, Jacob, M. de Muis, escoutette of Dordrecht, will do all to hinder peace proposals, 377.
Mychell, Col. See Caulier, Michel.
Myddellburgh, Mydelbrough. See Middelburg.
-, Adriaan van der, Vandermill, Vander Mulen, Vander Mayes, President, Wilkes appeals to, to stop letter of 4 Feb., 68
-, certificate of, upon the subject, 141
-, consults Leicester about reconciliation with States of Holland, 308
-, of Maurice's faction, 411.
Myners. See Miners.