cables, sent from Amsterdam to Sluys and Dunkirk, 15.
Caboche, Captain, command in Parma's army, 294.
Cadiz, Callis, Spain, offence to king by attack on, 48.
Calais, Calles, Callis, Callys [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, news from, 461.
-, letter dated at, 491.
-, Pekott allowed to go to, 78; passport for Barney at, 81; letter sent in, 198.
-, Conway to have agent at, 81; Morris sent to, 129.
-, Croft sailed for, 129; Armada said to be sailing for, 494.
-, Parma sent for de Loo at, 146; Eaton to wait at, 245; Parma expected to besiege, 539.
-, strangers in London have posts via, 239.
-, Burburg near, 320; Gourdain sends picked men from, to Boulogne, 515.
-, Maurice sends to, for news, 421; ship of Enkhuizen at, from Spain, 509.
-, Governor of. See Mauleon, Girault de, seigneur de Gourdain.
Callis. See Cadiz; Calais.
Calloo, Callo [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], troops at unpaid, 238.
Camfear, Camfire. See Veere.
Camminga, Kamminga, Wytthe van, papers signed by, 250, 350.
Campen. See Kampen.
Camphere, Camphyer, Camver. See Veere.
cannon. See guns.
Cant, Reinier, of Amsterdam, appointed to new Council of State, 23.
Cantecroix, count of, at Antwerp, Champagny regrets, 138.
Canterbury, archbishop of. See Whitgift, John
-, letter of, 200.
-, knows humour of Hollanders to his ruin, 202.
Capezuca, Capesuazo, Capezza, Capuchoca, Capuchuca, Blaso, Diaso:
-, command in Parma's army, 294, 538.
-, Camillo, commands Italians in Parma's army, 214, 537; Oddo Colonna meant to go to, 354.
Capponi, —, detention of, in England, 354.
Capstocke, Thomas, pensioner of Stanley, 524.
Capua, Annibale di, archbishop of Naples, papal nuncio in Poland, to acknowledge Sigismund as king, 198.
Capuchoca, Capuchuca. See Capezuca.
Carben, Secretary, 520.
Carey, Carie. See Cary.
Caron, Noel de, sieur de Schoonewal, Schoonevalle, 434.
Carondelet, M. de, commands “argoletters” in Parma's army, 214, 538.
Carpen. See Kerpen.
Carsey, Kersey, Capt. Francis, sums due to, 149, 158.
Cary, Carey, Carie, Sir Edmund, company at Ostend, 3, 343, 440.
Casenbroot, Casembroot, Cazembrot, Leonard, deputy to the queen, 8.
-, letter from, 55.
-, letters of credence, 1; Ste. Aldegonde commends to Walsingham, 18; letter taken by, 303.
-, casts burden of answering queen on Ortel, 7; sent to England about peace, 238.
-, paper delivered to Council by, on peace negotiations, 59; says Hollanders can make peace by themselves, 201.
-, reply given to sent to provinces, 253.
-, informed Maurice of charges against him, 307; to tell Maurice he had failed in duty at Sluys, 308, 374.
Casimir, Duke. See John Casimir.
Cassel [Nord, France], bailly of brought prisoner to Ostend, 29.
Castellano de la Vela, in Parma's army, 294.
Castellano, Castiliano, Count Olivero, force of to defend Brabant, 77; commands Italian horse in Parma's army, 214, 275, 537–8.
Castro, Don Federico di, in Parma's army, 294.
Cateau Cambresis [Cambresis, Cambrai], treaty of, 284.
-, Philip ratified, 286; referred to, 292, 296; required for English commissioners, 540.
Catesby, Lady, Roper's man in house of, 258.
Catholic king. See Philip II, King of Spain.
-, Philip would fill all offices in Low Countries with, 149; very strong at Utrecht, 266; Sonoy greatly injured by, at Medemblik, 408; oppose Sonoy, 437.
-, begin to lift up heads in Scotland, because of Armada, 349; English crown for Parma by consent of, 478.
-, in majority at Middelburg, 438.
-, denied that any suffered death for religion, but only for treason, 543.
Caulier, Michael, governor of Lillo and Liefskenshoeck, entertains R. Cecil, 207.
cautionary towns, 154.
-, total of English troops in, 3; no part of ordinary assistance to be put in garrison in, 48.
-, cessation useless to, if States do not agree, 44.
-, governors of, not to send out ships without privity of Admiralty, 47.
-, false rumours about delivery to Parma, 49; not provided for long siege, 71.
-, suspected Dutch designs to recover, 70–1; proposed exchanges to secure, 401.
-, question of delivery, 103; question of, in peace negotiations, 125; queen wishes included in cessation, 274, 311, 316.
-, new establishment for, 156–7; numbers in exceed quota, 490.
-, Willoughby to confer with governors of, about cessation, 165; need to stop freebooting from, 297.
-, Camphire and Arnemuiden important from nearness to, 187.
-, Dale against giving up, 315; Croft's terms for restoring to Philip, 339; Parma ready to give satisfaction for, 351.
-, fear that English will deliver to enemy, 345; question of dealing with, in cessation, 457.
-, States want governors of forbidden to meddle with troops in their pay, 451; government of distinct charge from that of auxiliary forces, 548.
-, governors of take no notice of Willoughby, 403; Willoughby wishes doubly reinforced, 502.
-, position concerning considered at conference at Treasurer's, 471–2; peace terms to be considered touching, 479, 543–4.
-, Willoughby suggests limiting auxiliary force to defence of, 512.
-, See also Brielle; Flushing; Rammekens.
Cayetano. See Gaetano.
Cecil, Cecyl, Cicell, Cissell, Mildred, née Cooke, lady Burghley, Bourghley, told son Robert is well, 134.
-, letters from, 131, 145, 161, 184, 191, 207, 225, 233, 260, 275.
-, -, alluded to, 145.
-, Ostend no place for, 102; sails in Charles with Lord Derby, 121; discussions with Dale, who instructs about treaties, 124,145; crossed in Martin, 130.
-, fare of, at Ostend, 132; well, agrees with the air, 134, 161, 267, 272.
-, carries himself well, generally liked, 139; does not mean to touch causes in hand, 145.
-, Garnier invited to visit towns, 161; politic reply, 162.
-, proposes to accompany Dale to Parma, 162; urged Dale to go, 172; goes with Dale, 180; trials on journey, 196.
-, Derby will be father to, 173; Stanley avoids, 185; ill opinion of Maurice, 208; opinion of Truchses, 225.
-, Parma questions about queen, 184; politic reply, 185; Dale sends for to hear Richardot, 194–5, 256.
-, going to Antwerp, 185; account of journey by river, 207; going to Brill, 209; return expected, 217; hindered by weather, 220, 225.
-, informs Russel of design against Flushing, 208; proceeds to Flushing, 225; Russel befriends, 226; Russel forwards letter, 227.
-, entertained at Brill, 225; back at Ostend, 227; sends plums to father, 234.
-, account of position in Flanders and at Antwerp, 233; opinion of enemy plans and peace, 233–4.
-, Richardot questions about burning ships at Dunkirk, 262; sight of commission promised before, 368.
-, Richardot asks for dogs, La Motte sent hawks to, 263.
-, frequents Cobham's table as Derby ill, 263; Dale's friendly relations with, 284; will report about Derby, 285; Cobham enquires after, 297.
-, Conway appeals to report concerning alleged lax discipline at Ostend, 281.
-, returning with account of first colloquy, 282; letters taken by, 283–4; Dale asks that his letter be shown to, 297; knows of expenses to Ghent, 474.
-, Dale writes for instruction as the coming statesman, 314.
-, queen's answer expected by, but not returning, 320; Champagney thinks highly of, asks if returning, 510.
-, Sir Thomas:
-, sums due to, 149, 158–9.
-, Robert Cecil well received at Brielle on account of, 225.
-, William, lord Burghley, the Lord Treasurer, 184.
letters from, 170, 310, 313, 372, 420.
-, referred to, 10, 30, 121, 124, 146, 258–9, 284, 328, 397, 458, 468.
-, letters to, 7, 9, 10, 13–4, 16, 21, 23–4, 26, 30, 35, 37, 39, 50, 52, 55, 59, 61–2, 67–8, 70, 76, 83, 87, 91–3, 98–9, 101–3, 111, 121, 124, 128–9, 131, 134, 139–40, 145, 153, 161, 164–5, 170–3, 175, 181, 184, 191, 196, 198–9, 205, 207, 209–12, 215–6, 219, 224–5, 227, 229, 233, 250–1, 253, 255, 257–60, 266–7, 271–2, 275, 278, 281–5, 289, 296–8, 302, 305, 313–4, 322, 326, 328–30, 334, 337–40, 347–8, 350–1, 355, 361, 370–1, 376, 385, 397, 401, 419–20, 423–4, 428–30, 433, 445, 449, 455, 457, 459–62, 464, 467, 469, 470, 474, 485, 488, 493, 496, 499, 501, 505, 507, 509–10, 514, 520–2, 529, 531, 533, 539, 545.
-, -, referred to, 117, 121.
-, letters signed by, 320, 450.
-, notes for reducing queen's charges in Netherlands, 22; note on wants of Ostend, 73.
-, Prounincq salutes, 39; appeal to, for Gelee, 41.
-, further directions for commissioners by, 45; doubts to be resolved on for meeting of commissioners, 45–6.
-, Conway asks to settle Bourne case, 76; abstract of letters of Killigrew and Gilpin for, 88; copies to be seen by, 95.
-, Croft asks queen to communicate letters to, 99; knows of heavy charge of Navy, 117.
-, notes on points to be considered with Dutch deputies, 103.
-, Cobham commends all his causes to, and his children for counsel, 121; Cobham promisos reports to, 153.
-, Croft urges to send merchants over, 122; Derby apologises for not writing to, 131.
-, informed of sons's arrival, 130; son Robert envies porter of, 132; thanks Derby for kindness to son, 173; name written in room at Brugos, 184.
-, dealings with de Loo about peace, 145–6; announced coming of commissioners and asked for safe conduct, 146; de Loo urges to promote peace, 253.
-, note on money due to Willoughby, 147–8; Cobham asks for provision of horses, 219; Cobham wants cipher with, 540.
-, alleged acquaintance with articles propounded to Parma, 161; likely to have trouble in directing treaty, 172.
-, promised money for intelligences, 182; informed about Eaton, 245.
-, Colman sends gifts to, 182; son Robert sends seeds from Italy to, 192; Robert sends Italian plums to, 234.
-, illness of, 216; kept from Court by, 351; recovery hindered by returning, 355; ventured again to Court, 372, 380.
-, Lady Cobham's suit referred to, 216; Russel asks to obtain leave for him, 397.
-, Dale hopes will remove impression conceived by Croft, 272; Morris to impart certain things to, 328.
-, changes opinion about having treaty at Antwerp, 273; suggested Berghen for conference, 328.
-, Dale asks copy of treaty arctioris amicitiae, 339; conference at house about treaty, chief points at, 471–2.
-, Croft sends summary of negotiations to, 350–1; comments on Croft's action, 372–3; Croft asks help that cause may proproceed, 386; Champagney appeals to as friend of peace, 424; he wants letter to against recall of Croft, 431.
-, Russel appeals to against Willoughby's appointment of captain, 424.
-, Willoughby says conceives state of Low Countries rightly, 433; on commission to decide dispute between Willoughby and Russel, 548.
-, condolences on loss of daughter, 462, 496, 499, 501, 533; left Court because of death, 548.
-, required Merchant Adventurers to have 10.000l. at Middelburg, 478.
-, Croft asks advice, 499; opinion on course to be held with Parma upon contrarieties of the treaty, 543.
-, Derby asks to mediate with son's creditors, 507.
-, de Loo asks to use influence with queen for peace, 509.
-, note of things commissioners require from, 540.
Centurion, merchantman, Dutch ships taken by, 72.
Cesis, Zesis, Count Nicolo di, present at first conference near Ostend, 282; in Parma's army, 294.
cessation of arms, surceance, 103–4, 322, 338, 462.
-, consultation of States of Holland and Zeeland about, 32; Croft's views upon, 97.
-, the first thing for commissioners to discuss, 44; may be hindered by difficulty about meeting place, 99.
-, consultation about including towns garrisoned by English in, 55.
-, commissioners not to leave Ostend before granted, 101, 104; they ask instructions upon, 144; Parma will not have discussed before commissioners meet, 211.
-, talk of being granted on arrival of commissioners, 144; only for free passage, to and from England, 190.
-, commissioners must have opinion of soldiers upon on arrival, 165.
-, Willoughby sends opinion against, to Flushing and Berghen, 165; Willoughby backward about, 229; says will shake everything, 258.
-, difficult to obtain for States, 172; Parma will only grant for towns garrisoned by English, 173; his concession for Holland and Zeeland, 178.
-, queen wishes general for United Provinces, 186; commissioners ask queen's pleasure about, 267, 283; fresh instructions upon, 278.
-, Ostend free for hostilities, as Parma will not grant, 211.
-, Cobham thinks unlikely to be granted, 258; uncertainty if not granted, 259.
-, Croft discussed with Richardot, 259; likely to be trouble over, 267; no likelihood of any reasonable, 366.
-, will be represented as unnecessary, 273; Arenberg says peace may be made first, 284.
-, queen wishes to be proceeded with, 274; like to be granted, 282, 284; discussion upon at first meeting, 286–7; Garnier discusses at Ostend, 291–2, 296–7; gives list of places not in queen's command to keep, 293–4; difficult if cautionary towns do not keep, 297.
-, commissioners to insist on, 295; instructions to commissioners on, 311.
-, Garnier's remarks on, 298; form of offered by Parma, 310; commissioners expecting answer on, 314, 317, 320.
-, queen insists that first motion for came from Parma, 313; she takes exception to Parma's dealing about, 346.
-, near to a breach over, 315, 323; Morris sent about, 321, 323; his report upon, 324–5.
-, Willoughby to see that observed, if arranged, 316; under discussion, 366.
-, treating at king's towns involves, 329; commissioners do not see how can come to any conclusion about, 333; Croft treats with Parma about, 335, 339, 351; Croft says granted, 351, 355.
-, Dale to require from Parma, 342, 355, 363; Dale speaks to him about, 368.
-, Dale discussed with Champagny and Richardot, 369; project of handed to Dale at Bruges, 370, forwarded to Council, 376; commissioners refuse to accept, 384; alterations required in, 386.
-, insisted upon, 371; commissioners to proceed about, 373, 375.
-, Burghley does not credit John Croft's assurances about, 372; Dale accepted for 4 towns only, 384.
-, queen wants England and Scotland included in, 375–6; but not insisted on, 386; definite instructions on asked, 427.
-, to provide against unmolested passage of Armada, 387; cannot include Spain, 428.
-, allowed for 4 towns, 413; commissioners to ask for enlargement of, 414; inequality of amended, 426; inequalities shown, 429–30.
-, project of English commissioners for, of 28 May, 427; reply to, 427–9; answer asked in writing, 453.
-, cannot be general without king's knowledge, 428; English asked not to insist on but proceed with the principal, 429, 452; decision not to accept but proceed with treaty without it, 471, 485.
-, what offered may be accepted, 439; duplicate, triplicate and quadruplicate upon, 454.
-, Parma agreed to include Ostend in, 448, 450; queen can break off upon denial of, 456.
-, note of proceedings upon, 455; resolute answer upon required from Parma, 461.
-, English urge longer time for, 455; Croft tried to draw deputies to reasonable conformity upon, 464.
-, considerations upon advice to be given about, 456–7; reasons why cannot be granted, 547.
-, Spaniards have more reason to desire than English, 465; Dale hopeful about, 493.
-, quintiplicate and sextuplicate upon, 467; cannot be granted leaving Spaniards at liberty to invade England, 468; queen would not agree to for Ostend and Berghen, 510.
-, difficulties about show peace unlikely, 486; limitation of time a difficulty, 535.
-, Richardot brings Parma's answer upon, 494–5; Richardot's new proposal for, 495; answer to, 496.
-, complaint of time lost over, 530.
Chambers, Anthony, a minstrel, intimate of Owen, 79.
Chambres, Dr., Dale taken to, at Bruges, 180.
Champagney, Champagnie, Champaigny, Champeny, Champyny, sieur de. See Perrenot, Frederick Granvelle.
Champernowne, Champerney, Champernon, Arthur, Captain, quartermaster:
-, letters from, 69, 246.
-, daily pay of, 2.
-, company of, at Utrecht, 3, 343, 440; dispute with burghers, 109; company cannot be moved without endangering district, 266.
-, messages delivered by, 69, 70.
-, deplores Leicester's resignation, 246; complains of neglect, 247.
Chancellor, the lord. See Hatton, Sir Christopher.
-, of Denmark. See Kaas, Nicolas.
-, of Guelders. See Leoninus, Elbertus.
-, of Poland. See Zamoiski, John Sarius.
Charles V, the emperor:
-, concessions to English in treaty, 32.
-, treaty with Henry VIII, 44, 521, 530, 540, 545, 547.
-, birthplace at Ghent, 192.
-, provinces of Holland and Utrecht united by, 219; accepted as protector of Groningen, 363; Alva broke treaty of Groningen with, 364.
-, never made naval preparations like Philip's, 240; granted toleration, 487.
Charles, count (duke) of Guelders, Groningen waged war with, 363.
Charles, duke of Lorraine, damage done by troops in Alsace, 19; reiters of disbanded, 197.
Charles, Archduke of Austria, margrave of Burgau, the Marquis Charles:
-, letter to Parma, 19, may be sent to Poland, 20; troops levied by at Innsbruck going to Flanders, 442.
Charles, royal navy:
-, Robert Cecil sails in with Lord Derby, 121; engages Dunkirker, 161.
-, letters sent by, 258, 260.
Charles, Walsingham's servant, letters brought by, 200, 288.
Charnickman, —, papers signed by, 379.
-, estimate of, for Flushing garrison, 5; cheaper in Netherlands than in England, 35, 50.
-, provision of, by Brune, 126–7.
Chimay, prince of. See Croy, Charles de.
-, princess de. See Brimeu, Marie de.
Chiurle. See Sherley.
Choart, Paul, seigneur de Buzenval, Buzenvall, agent of Navarre in England, packet sent to, for Burghley, 533.
Christian I, elector of Saxony, dispute with emperor, 306; instructions for Dutch envoys to, 484; and to Hohenlohe, 503.
Christian IV, King of Denmark, likely to be under Spanish influence, 326; instructions for Dutch envoys to, 484; and to Hohenlohe, 503.
Christmas, Lieutenant, letters brought by, 328.
Church, States of the, Papal States, pope raises force in, against England, 354.
Churley. See Sherley.
Cicell. See Cecil.
Cicero, Tully, quoted, 329.
Cimay. See Croy, Charles de, prince of Chimay.
Cinque Ports, lord warden of. See Brooke, William, lord Cobham.
-, of Thomas de Barney, 81.
-, Russel asks Walsingham for, 221.
-, sent by Cobham to Walsingham, 455, 462; Cobham suggests to Burghley, 540.
Cissell. See Cecil.
Civita Vecchia [Prov. Roma, Italy], 354.
Claiton, Launcelot, corporal, daily pay, 2.
Clarke, Dr. William, judge marshal, daily pay of, 2.
clergy, Catholic, contributions of, from Europe, 508, 549; peace cannot be made without consent of, 522.
Clerhagen, Captain Julian, Leicester merely renewed Orange's commission to, 116.
Clerk, Clerck, Dr. Bartholomew, assistant in Council, sums due to, 158.
Cleve, Jost van, message for, 143.
Cleves, Cliveland, suggested for peace conference, 262; debts of Schenck in, 527.
Cleves, duke of: Spaniards would prefer conference in territory of, 194.
-, -, See also William, duke of Cleves.
Clifford, George, earl of Cumberland, Hartlepool belonged to, 303.
cloth: Killigrew asks for troops, 24; offer to supply for troops, 34.
Cnaop, Adrian, papers signed by, 379.
Cobham, lady. See Brooke, Elizabeth.
-, lord. See Brooke, William.
Cockes, Cox, Henry, of London, merchant:
-, appointed victualler for Ostend, Conway to assist, 320; undertakes to furnish Flushing and Ostend, 332.
Coels, Cornille, offers “Ecclesiastes” to queen, 73.
Coldwell, Dr. John, dean of Rochester, Cobham sends for, to come to Ostend, 260.
Coligny, Louise de, Princess of Orange, not yet decided, about St. Aldegonde, 303.
Colman, Morgan, 147.
-, steward of Lord Willoughby, 182n.
-, letters from, 120, 181, 271, 533; letters brought by, 200, 460, 462, 548.
-, reports delivery of letters, 120; sent to Hohenlohe, 140, 164.
-, sends present to Burghley, 182.
-, told Willoughby of allowance promised for intelligences, 266; will report Willoughby's doings, 433.
Cologne, Colin, Collen, Colleyn [German Empire], 46, 452.
-, news from, 503.
-, Spaniards would prefer conference at, 194, 262.
-, queen refuses to meddle in affairs of, 435; grants made at, 520.
-, archbishop elector of. See Bavaria, Ernest of; Truchses, Gebhart.
Colonna, Marc Antonio, cardinal, pope discussed enterprise of England with, 354.
-, Maurice sends to England, 328; Willoughby referred to Walsingham for direction about, 337; Russel believes a spy, 338.
-, examination of, 353–4; queen sends back to Maurice, 407.
-, pope sent to Spain about enterprise of England, 354; Duke of Florence gave letters for pope, 354.
-, pedigree of family, 353.
Colston, William, merchant of Bristol, case of, sentence passed, 14; documents concerning, id.; Ortell asks Council to stay arrest at suit of, 227; order given, in case of, 515.
Combes, Combus, Bertrand, presented “Synonyms” to queen, 73; Ortell asks to be told if anything done about, 380.
Comines, Commynes [Nord., France], German troops at, 29.
Comines, Philippe de, quoted, 329.
commissioners, the Dutch, to England, States' deputies, 100, 105.
-, letters from, 199.
-, only to deal about peace, 6; St. Aldegonde writes to recommend, 17–8; paper delivered by to Council, on peace, 59.
-, to charge Killigrew with exceeding instructions, 35; appeal for restitution of ships and goods taken, 72.
-, ask for audience, 55; audience arranged, 72; ask for speedy despatch, 99.
-, should be dealt with about Sonoy, 69; memorial for about Utrecht, Sonoy, Groenvelt, Leyden, 74–5; representations to upon, 84–5, 170.
-, queen's dealings with sent to Willoughby, 89; mission shows friendliness to England, 108.
-, told that queen not sincere about peace, 93.
-, points to be considered in conference with, 103; queen's answer to, 118–20; referred to, 124; States ask for favourable answer to, 134; States refer Willoughby to, 175.
-, Herbert returned to England with, 125; left Court, to return with Holland deputies, 196.
-, collections out of memoirs delivered by, 177.
-, queen granted aid at solicitation of, 217.
-, -, See also Casenbroot, Leonard; Loosen, Sebastian van.
Commissioners for peace, the queen's, 271.
-, letters from, 40, 101, 144, 174, 190, 198, 220, 234, 261, 267, 282, 285, 291, 322, 333, 355, 376, 384, 403, 418, 425, 452, 465, 469, 494, 505, 522.
-, -, referred to, 170, 278, 445.
-, letters to, 25, 101, 104, 180, 185, 206, 212, 215, 222, 226, 234, 264, 273–4, 276, 278, 295, 311, 340, 363, 375–6, 386, 400, 403, 413, 419, 439, 485, 491, 528.
-, -, referred to, 68, 445.
-, great talk in Parma's camp at coming, 1; Spanish commissioners at Ghent awaiting, 25.
-, expected at Ostend, 30; about to start for Ostend, 40, 55; sent to Ostend, 241; safe conduct for, 536.
-, motions upon later instructions to, 32; instructions by queen to, 43–5, 84; notes upon instructions, 45; further directions, id.; certain doubts to be resolved for meetings of, 45–6; question of place of meeting, 59.
-, if should go before answer from Herbert, 48; commission to, 83; Dale thinks instructions masterly, 98.
-, queen's notification to States about sending, 49; and to the Provinces, 50.
-, to consult Willoughby about cessation, 55; directory for proceedings of, 104.
-, Parma anxious for arrival, 59, 68; eager to see, 101; looked for very earnestly, 112.
-, States should not suspect queen for sending, 67; request to Dutch to work with, 118.
-, Champagny awaiting, 68; de Loo asked to report concerning, 99.
-, letters to queen from Dover, 92; question of place of meeting, 98–9, 101, 104.
-, de Loo informs of arrival at Ostend, 101; Parma's orders for reception of, 130.
-, queen at great charge for, 117; Burghley and Croft promised should come at once, 146.
-, directed to begin with overture on behalf of Dutch, 119.
-, to embark at Downs, 128; arrived at Ostend, 130.
-, will notify Parma of arrival, 131; and sound about place of meeting, 132; send Spencer to Parma, instructions, 135, 137, 139, 144, 171, 174.
-, may suspect de Loo, but still use him, 132; alleged coming to beg for peace, 135; ask de Loo for memorial on negotiations, 144.
-, Aremberg sets out, on news of, 137; Aremberg and Champagny at Antwerp waiting for, 238.
-, consult Willoughby about cessation, 144; must have opinion of soldiors upon on arrival, 165; have not heard from him, 197.
-, ask instructions about cessation and place of meeting, 144.
-, de Loo's account of promises to send, 146; queen sends to Ostend, 147.
-, docket of parcels of despatch of, 150; shut up in Ostend, 171.
-, States informed of mission, 159; ordered to do all to promote happy peace of provinces, 160.
-, Garnier comes to congratulate, 161, 174; Garnier's speech to, 162–3; Spencer's report to, 174–5.
-, unaware of articles alleged by de Loo, 161; need not doubt Parma's authority from king, 212.
-, tarry at Ostend, expecting a meeting, 175, 193; La Motte wishes to salute, decline, 212.
-, unable to go outside commission, 193–4; whole country joyful at coming, 238.
-, Richardot questioned about safe conduct if accident in England, 195; pinnaces required to attend, 211.
-, States will not join with, for for peace, 198; Parma will dismiss if makes accord with Hollanders, 202.
-, have to seek occasions from Parma to further peace, 205; Parma resents demand for sight of commission, 215.
-, to deal roundly with Parma about Ostend and threat to England, 206–7; may make concession about place of meeting, 207.
-, pass of for Croft, sent to England, 211; hindered by lack of horses, 215–6; supplied by La Motte, 219.
-, desire for pinnaces stationed at Ostend, 215–6, 220; ask hostages for security, 220; request approved, 226.
-, de Loo urges not to insist on Ostend, 216; desire further instruction about place of meeting, 220.
-, to leave if Parma refuses to agree to Ostend, 223–5; Walsingham advises holding back order to, 225; fresh instructions about place of meeting, 226.
-, pinnaces sent for protection of, 226; satisfaction over, 229.
-, Parma's resolution will be delivered to by Richardot, 234.
-, attempts to rob houses every night, 235; burning of ships at Dunkirk brings jealousy on, 257.
-, appeal of magistrates of Ostend to, 236–7; Parma means to attempt Ostend after departure of, 269.
-, Medici will leave English house at Antwerp on arrival, 239; bound to queen for care of them, 282–3.
-, sent Morris with letters to de Loo, 244; difficulty over place of meeting, 272.
-, Rogers claims to have commission above, 245; Richardot will inform of, 246.
-, Richardot and Maes come to at Ostend, 256; talk of place of meeting, 257–9; conference with Richardot and Maes, 261–4.
-, Willoughby thinks States will send deputies to join, 258.
-, desire queen's pleasure about cessation and private causes, 267, 283; instructions on cessation, 278; and on commission, 279.
-, to insist on first meeting being near Ostend, 273; passed over matter of commission, 283; require commission, 295–6.
-, to obtain assurance that Spanish preparations not against queen, 278.
-, may be accused of seeking to win time, 282; abstract of proceedings to 18 April, 301.
-, first colloquy with Spanish commissioners, 285–7; discussion on cessation, 291–2, 296; to insist on cessation, 295; waiting for answer, 314.
-, prefer Burburgh for treaty, 293.
-, reproved for not requiring sight of commission, 296; discretion commended, 311, 313; to stand on point of commission, 314.
-, to censure Croft for his behaviour, 299; loth to report about Croft, 314.
-, Parma insists on observation of safe conduct with, 302; complaint to Parma about robbing of a barque, 305.
-, fresh instructions to, on cessation, 311; and Parma's commission, 311–2; explanation of dealing about commission, 322–3; answers to upon, 326.
-, have to deal with subtle Spaniards and Italians, 313; need for direction, 320.
-, offended at Croft's threat to charge them if peace goes not forward, 314; Cobham urges that may be recalled, convinced that actions vain, 330.
-, can get no answer about commission or cessation, 317; send for answer, 320; do not know how to come to any conclusion, 333.
-, to waive question of hostages and trust to safe conduct, 321; which guarantees safety, 324.
-, change in Netherlands since expected failure of, 326.; Dutch not decided about joining with, 327, 345; considering matter, 364.
-, insisted on commission from king, 329; must all see commission, 363.
-, delayed by question of place of meeting, 329; to inform Parma of queen's dissatisfaction with manner of dealing, 341.
-, Norris will only go to Bruges by allowance of, 355; Parma concedes choice of town to, 355; may accept Bruges, 363.
-, asked to remember men of Deventer, 345; petition of Mary Porter to for redress, 419.
-, A.B. asked to further work of, in Spain, 345; ask to have Bourburgh for treaty, 376, to accept it, 386.
-, ask explanation from Croft, 352; sent Morris to fetch Croft from Bruges, 355.
-, cannot get any entrance to peace, 366; no progress made since arrival, 413.
-, to proceed with cessation without delay, 373; to deal with Parma about, in view of reports of Armada, 375.
-, decline to accept cessation offered at Bruges, 384; to press for enlargement of, 414.
-, dispute with Croft over his articles, 385; Croft recalled for acting without privity of, 413.
-, to proceed with treaty out of hand, 386; appreciate directions of Walsingham's instrutions, 403.
-, Council of State well disposed to join with, 394.
-, de Loo coming to, 400; to protest that Croft's articles without warrant, 413.
-, choose Bourburgh for negotiations, 403; journey to Bourburgh, 418; pleased with town, 418–9.
-, Willoughby sends to advise about proceedings, 417; Willoughby sends to for information, report designs on Ostend, 442, 460.
-, ask for direction on principal points, 418; ask instruction about cessation, 427.
-, decline Parma's offer to defray them, 423, 426, 429–30; offer accepted, 439.
-, Champagny believes proceedings with near Ostend not faithfully reported, 424; he is openly dissatisfied with some of, 430–1.
-, discuss cessation with king's deputies, 426, 429; project for cessation drawn up by, 427.
-, pressed to enter on principal, 428, 455; may agree to cessation offered with enlargement of time limit, 439; discussions about cessation, 452–5, 465–7.
-, enemy's designs on Ostend after departure, 448; write to Conway of alleged outrage by Ostend troops, 483.
-, notes on directions for, 457; to consider what conditions agreeable to States, 461; ask for information upon, 466, 468; to be instructed upon, 544.
-, ask for resolute answer from Parma about cessation, 461.
-, people waiting for conclusions of, 465; to press for speedy answer, 487.
-, to proceed in treaty without further urging cessation, 471; instructions upon cessation and points of treaty touching States, 485–7.
-, leave no stone unmoved to get quiet cessation, 493; Richardot reports to about proposed discussion on, 494–5.
-, answer to new proposal for cessation, demands of, for peace, 496, 499.
-, coldness of proceedings but Armada will make talk otherwise, 503; Spaniards think necessary to abate authority of, 512.
-, begin to treat of principal, 504; resent manner of Spanish answer, 505–6; but part in friendly manner, 506; reply to Spanish answer, 507.
-, forbear to mention Inquisition, 505; negotiations hindered by lack of secrecy, 515.
-, all wish to return home, 515; utterly at a stay, 521; cannot remain if Parma does not disavow Allen's book and the bull, 542.
-, express astonishment to de Loo at answer given, 522; reasons why final reply unsatisfactory, 546.
-, have only vague charge to mention pardon and restitution, 530; note of sundry things in instructions to, 540; three reasons to prove it necessary to urge, 541.
-, objection that doctors have too much influence with, 545; asked to set down full demands, 546.
-, See also Brooke, William, lord Cobham; Croft, Sir James; Dale, Dr. Valentine; Rogers, Dr. John; Stanley, Henry, earl of Derby.
Commissioners for peace, the Spanish, 30, 41, 84, 311, 345.
-, letter from, 403.
-, Dutch deputies to queen about, 2; sent to Ghent, 25; queen's deputies start to meet, 40; safe conduct for, 82.
-, instructions for first meeting with, 43–5; doubts to be resolved concerning, 45.
-, at Antwerp, 59; queen's passport for, 82; question of going to Ostend, 103–4, 144, 174.
-, points to be considered in treaty with, 59; may demand restitution of Drake's spoil, 117.
-, de Loo to advise of coming of queen's, 99, 101; at Bruges, 101; advised of arrival of English, 130.
-, presence in England would bring security, 117; not yet at Bruges, 175; expected at Bruges, 212.
-, Parma's commission to, 126; gave them full powers to treat, 163; examination of commission, 193–4.
-, English deputies hope are ready, 135; English without news of, 137, 139, 145, 161; all at Ghent, 171; ready to meet English, 175; thanked for reception, 297.
-, delay in going to Bruges resented, 186, 191, 206; de Loo urged Parma to send, 215.
-, Parma resolved shall not go to Ostend, 190, 193; Richardot and Maes to go to Ostend, 244.
-, English only to show commission to, 225; asked if come as commissioners or messengers, 229; starting for Ostend, 234.
-, place of meeting can be arranged with, 226; objection to Ostend, 257; will press for place to be named, 272.
-, Parma justifies not sending of, 240; Rogers tackles Parma about commission of, 241; question about commission, 256, 263, 322–3.
-, commission apparently from Parma only, 267, 286, 314; fresh instructions about commission to, 311–2.
-, to be pressed for continuance of treaty near Ostend, 274; appoint meeting there, 276; asked to postpone meeting, 278; commission to be required, 295.
-, to be made acquainted with matters justifying action in Netherlands, 279.
-, first colloquy with, 285–7; desire Bruges for conference, 313; objections to Bourburgh, 403.
-, English warned against subtlety of, 313; Dale's reference to competence, 329.
-, Croft confers separately with, 334; Croft gave great satisfaction to, 420.
-, told their proposed cessation unacceptable, 384; to be pressed for enlargement of, 414.
-, ready to start at once, 400; choice of Bourburgh notified to, to arrange meeting, 403; not at Bourburgh to meet others, as arranged, 418; not arriving till to-morrow, bringing ladies with them, 419.
-, likely to press English on principal points, 418–9; press to enter on principal, 428–9.
-, arrived at Bourburgh, commission questioned, 425; English not inferior to, except in subtlety and impudence, 505.
-, reply to English project of cessation, 427; cannot extend without reference to king, 428; discussions about cessation, 452–5, 465–7.
-, appearance of Seymour's fleet shows that queen well provided, 453; went to see queen's ships, 455, 465.
-, points to be propounded to, on behalf of States, 471–2; to be pressed for speedy answer, 487.
-, complain of outrages by Ostend soldiers, 483; complaint a stratagem of war, 491.
-, to be told that demand for cessation not from fear, 485; queen yielded to desire about cessation, 535.
-, English demands bring to despair, especially for evacuation, 493; dislike manner of setting down articles, prefer Croft's, 499; assure Croft that things will fall out as queen wishes, 510.
-, joy when they hear of Armada, 505; Cobham's opinion of trickery and insincerity, 506.
-, deliver answer about terms, speak roughly, but taken up, 505–6; end in mild merry manner, 506.
-, text of reply, 506–7; ruffled, but finally promise to treat amicably, 545.
-, Dale's notes on insufficiency of answers of, 519–20; answer sent to Council, 521.
-, seem unwilling to come to particulars, 520; evade giving direct answer to points, 521–3.
-, want everything in writing and say things reported captiously to queen, 529.
-, a famous civilian comes to assist, 544; consider English doctors assume too much, 545.
-, See also Garnier, Flaminco; Grussot, Jean de, sieur de Richardot; Ligne, Charles de, Comte d'Aremberg; Maes, Johan; Perrenot, Frederick Granvelle, sieur de Champagney.
Commynes. See Comines.
Comptroller of the household. See Croft, Sir James.
Condé, prince of. See Bourbon, Henry de.
-, princess of. See Tremouille, Charlotte de.
Conquet, Le, Conquett [Finistère, France], Armada refreshing at, 490.
Contreras, Contares, Contrares, Contterers, Juan de, commands “argoletters” in Parma's army, 214, 294, 538.
Conty, Apio. See Apio.
Conway, Sir John, governor of Ostend, 132, 531.
-, letters from, 76, 120, 211–2, 269, 281, 340, 445, 488, 491.
-, -, referred to, 2, 22, 76, 215, 299, 475.
-, letters to, 128, 231, 320, 420, 439, 449, 482–3.
-, -, referred to, 131.
-, enclosures sont by, 77–82.
-, writes of extremity at Ostend, 2; Willoughby's orders to about pay of troops, 37; asks for supply of needs, 76, 121.
-, company at Ostend, 3, 343, 440.
-, reports Parma's designs on Flushing, 22; arrests soldiers of garrison for treason, 30.
-, peace commissioners to consult about holding conference at Ostend, 44; Willoughby to send letters to, for commissioners, 55.
-, asks for absolute end of Bourne case, 76; asks Burghley's favoiu' about, 488.
-, did not examine Pekott,; or Barney, asked Pekott's opinion of Barney, 78.
-, to have agent at Calais, 81; letter of Worthington intercepted by, 131, 137.
-, suspicions of Rancy, sends him to England, 120.
-, asks for munitions, 121, 124; painful, provident and wise, 162.
-, Croft informs of arrival at Dunkirk, 128; receives peace commissioners, 130.
-, regrets meeting at Ostend, as dangerous, 162; reports Barney's conference with Garnier's secretary, 212.
-, portion of treasure sent to, for weekly lendings, 168.
-, quarrels with captains, 210; asks that captains be sent back to companies, 213.
-, represents need of relief for Ostend, 211, 213, 215; wishes to know queen's pleasure about holding town, 269–70.
-, to confer with Norris about defence of Ostend, 231; and victuals and munitions, 237; urges need of prompt supplies, 339.
-, complains of charges of lax discipline, 281; commended by commissioners, 287; Croft censured for behaviour to, 299; commissioners realise was good to be with, 439.
-, to be directed to observe cessation, if arranged, 316; to assist victualler, 320.
-, Norris informs of enemy's designs on Ostend, 346; declared town untenable, 440, 460, 469; Willoughby ordered to call Council of war, 463.
-, warned to stop sallies from Ostend, during treaty, 418; letters from renew doubts, 475.
-, holds back money stolen from Mary Porter, 419; asked by what warrant seized barque of Sir Walter Waller, 420; reply about Waller, 488.
-, States asked to renew commission 438; captains to continue obedience to, 439, 470; hard to get States to reauthorise as Governor, 463.
-, intercepted letters of Worthington, 475; sure to have written of traitorous practices, 525.
-, Willoughby sends companies to and promises more, 482; asks for reinforcements from England, 489; note of requests of, 510.
-, denies charge of raiding from Ostend, 491.
Cootland, Parma expected to cross to, 283.
Coradin, —, commands Albanian horse in Parma's army, 214, 294, 538.
corn, Spanish armada held up for want of, 233.
Corsie, Capt., wants licence for beer, 251.
Coruña, the Groine, Groyne, Galicia, Spain:
-, letter dated at, 517.
-, Armada thought to be at, 511; Armada sails to, 530; assembles at, 531.
-, Sig. See Massi.
Coster, Pieter de, captain of Camphire, 89.
-, letters of, 67, 161, 180, 268, 379.
-, Willoughby's letter to, 476.
Cotton, —, set at liberty, 452.
Council, the Privy, Lords of the Council, 389, 449.
-, letters from, 7, 55, 104, 111, 124, 168, 185, 247, 295, 320, 447, 449.
-, -, referred to, 165, 173, 207, 209, 277, 314, 319, 321, 333, 346, 469, 492.
-, letters to, 36, 101, 120, 144, 163, 165, 174, 190, 198, 220, 249–50, 261, 267, 282, 307, 319, 322, 331, 333, 355–6, 359, 376, 381, 384, 400–1, 403, 418, 424–5, 432, 442, 452, 455, 458, 465, 475, 494, 500, 505, 510, 517, 522.
-, -, referred to, 76, 170, 173, 205, 222, 278, 299, 335, 346, 362, 375, 377, 402, 410, 425, 430, 602.
-, matters for Ortel to declare to, 3–4; Valcke hopes will be well inspired, 8.
-, must take steps if Ostend to be saved, 16; reminded of miserable state of garrison, 131.
-, and clothing of troops, 34; to direct payment to Camphire, 89; Russel urges need of securing Camphire on, 95.
-, paper delivered to by Dutch deputies, on peace proposals, 59.
-, points propounded to, from Leicester's letters, 63–4; sends Leicester's resignation to Killigrew, 125.
-, Conway sends confessions of Pekott and Barney to, 76; speeches of Barney against, 78.
-, Lovel ready for employment by, 103; Brune fears losing favour of, 126.
-, States deplore that hearken to those who do not know country, 132–3; suggested reference of affairs of Low Countries to some members of, 155.
-, Parma desires declaration of, upon peace proposals, 146.
-, Maurice justifies action against Sonoy to, 163–4; Maurice thanks for representations to queen about, 307.
-, Willoughby beseeches to find money for troops, 165, 199; directions for use of money sent over, 168.
-, Norris' requests of, touching entertainment, and allowances by, 182.
-, order for captains to return to Ostend, and for supply of munitions, 186; asked to hasten captains over, 198; order captains to obey Conway, 438–9.
-, Arnemuyden has no letters from, 205; Berghen proposes to lay griefs before, 208.
-, Ortell asks to stay arrest at suit of Colston, 227–8; letter on behalf of Sandwich merchant, 346.
-, Rogers' report will be sent to, 234; Buckhurst not yet restored to, 373.
-, order for victualling of towns, 247; reply to Schenck's memorial, 435.
-, Maurice asks to make enquiry about illegal designs on Flushing, 307.
-, Killigrew desires instructions from about Camphire, etc., 353.
-, Willoughby desires instruction about Geertruidenberg, 356; urged to take town over, 401.
-, Maurice complains to, of slanders, 359; his representations to, 391–2.
-, asked to approve of Bourburgh for conference, 376.
-, Digges to inform of Willoughby's action at Ostend, 440, 460; displeased with Willoughby about absentee captains, 458.
-, reply to States' letter of 13 April, 450–1; Willoughby delivered points from to States, 517.
-, mission of Flushing ministers to, 456.
-, enclosures from Seymour to be considered by, 469; answer of Spanish commissioners sent to, 521, 523.
-, Vere receives imprest from, 482.
-, Willoughby asks decision concerning general action, 517.
-, should know particulars of Armada, 531.
-, clerks to. See Beale, Robert; Rogers, Daniel; Waad, William; Wilkes, Thomas.
Council of State. See under Low Countries.
Council of War, Deventer insists on need of, 114.
Cox. See Cockes.
Cracken, money paid by Schenck to garrison of, 526.
Cracow, chancellor of. See Zamoiski, John Sarius.
-, letter of, 306.
-, attended Killigrew to Medemblik, 306.
Crato, prior of. See Antonio, pretender of Portugal.
Creake, —, pensioner of Stanley, 524.
Creange, baron of. See Krichingen, Thomas baron of.
Cressin, George, commands Albanians in Parma's army, 294.
Crippes, Cripes, Edward:
-, pensioner of Stanley, 524.
-, informs Norris about hoys, 245.
Cristal, Krystall, Capt.:
-, with Sonoy at Medemblik, 107; letters to Kampen, 111; treason to be punished, 129; plot for mutiny with Sonoy, 133; to leave Medemblik, 248, 309.
Croft, Croftes, Edward, took father's letter to queen, 372.
-, Sir James, comptroller of the household, Mr. Controller, commissioner for peace negotiations, 43, 101.
-, letters from, 92, 96, 99, 103, 117, 121, 128–9, 173, 175, 178–9, 196, 258, 267, 272, 278, 298, 305, 313, 328, 338, 347, 348, 350–1, 385, 423, 464, 468–9, 499, 510, 520, 536.
-, -, referred to, 92, 99, 131, 339, 491.
-, letters to, 313, 372, 465, 491.
-, -, referred to, 220, 259.
-, motions upon instructions to commissioners, 32; asks queen's mind about peace, 92; message from queen for, 92–3.
-, appeal for de Loo, 92; persuaded Parma desires peace, 98; sanguine about peace, 536.
-, hopeful about peace, 92, 97; finds Council full of needless doubts, 99.
-, complains of Drake's behaviour, 92–3, 96.
-, plans for the conference, 97; cumbered about place of meeting, 99; safe conduct for, 536.
-, Dale stands with, 99; said to be coming to beg peace of Parma, 131, 135.
-, driven into Dunkirk, 129; courteously received, 130–2; Parma thanked for courtesy to, 135, 137, 139, 171, 175.
-, reaches Ostend from Newport, 131, 134, 137, 139; tried by cold journey, 145.
-, spoke of peace to de Loo, 145; wrote for passport and promised deputies should go at once, 146; views on place of meeting, 173.
-, only one who has seen articles alleged by de Loo, 161; thinks it strange there should be any doubts, 70.
-, entertained Garnier to supper, 162; Parma receives, 185.
-, asks for Buckhurst or Herbert to be sent, 173; asks if letters have arrived safely, 175.
-, complains of Ostend, house broken into, 197; wants son sent over, 278.
-, pass to go to England, 211; will inform Burghley of Garnier's offices, 216; sends report, 298.
-, regrets Burghley's illness, 216; Dale hopes Burghley will remove impression conceived by, 272.
-, can testify to Parma's promise about place of meeting, 223; asks Spaniards to postpone date, 278.
-, conference with Richardot, self satisfaction, 258; discusses cessation, 259; speech to Richardot and Maes, justifying queen's action, 262.
-, hopes the best from duke's manner of dealing, 278, 313; Walsingham does not doubt honourable meaning, but may be taken in, 313.
-, censured by queen for behaviour, 299; wishes to conduct peace negotiations secretly with one other, 305; complains of contrarieties from England, 313.
-, threatened to charge colleagues if peace did not go forward, 314; boasts would have peace concluded if dealt alone, 316.
-, Cobham complains of behaviour and mischief done by, 316–7; matter of pacified by Derby, 322; reports direct to England, 347.
-, goes to Parma at Bruges, of own accord, 334, 368; Derby forwards report of conference with Parma, sanguine of success, 334–5; Norris asks leave to go with, for information of more service, 335; Parma's admission to, of preparations, 355.
-, sends articles proposed to Parma, 338; text of articles, 338–9; says articles accepted, 348; summary of negotiations, 351.
-, Parma shows commission to, 348, 355, 368; Champagny asks for queen's avowal of action, 348; found conferring with Champagney at Bruges, 351.
-, asks Burghley to get queen to pardon independent action, 350; asks queen's pardon, 351.
-, colleagues send for, reply to, 352, 355; colleagues ignorant of doings, 355; they send Morris to, at Bruges, 351, 355.
-, Derby thinks action well meant, 355; censured by queen, 363, 376; and ordered home, 363.
-, alarming news spread by man of, 366.
-, Dale doubtful about reception of articles, 370; Cobham suggests Burghley send direction to, 371; asks Burghley's help, that cause may proceed, 386.
-, carried away by his zeal, 371; Burghley's comments on action, 372–3; asked meaning of clause in Champagney's letter, 373; explained articles to colleagues, 385.
-, should have required copy of Parma's commission, 372, 375; censured and ordered home, 413; begs for consideration, 423.
-, certifies Dale's expenses, 377; excuses for, to Spaniards, 414.
-, commissioners ask queen's pleasure about articles, 384; sealed articles, which sent to Spain, 404.
-, Richardot's answers to articles, 384–5; Champagney suggested treating by writing to, 424.
-, says Cobham wants to overthrow peace, 387; Parma and Spanish deputies say pleased with, 420–1; Champagney expresses confidence in, 423–4.
-, Walsingham amazed at message sent by, 388; gives out that peace already made, 399; action due to excess of zeal, 414.
-, ill and in danger of life, 421; confined to room, 427; Dale tried to move queen's pity for, 458.
-, recall will injure the treaty, as greater confidence in, 430; which not felt in others, 431.
-, resumes place in negotiations, 464, 469; grateful to Burghley and Walsingham for favours, 468, 499.
-, complains that Dale refuses to make privy to letters received or sent, 465; other deputies say nothing of proposals, 499.
-, cessation was promised to, 465; Spaniards prefer articles proposed by, 499; they still speak of, 508.
-, asks for use of Waller's boat, 488.
-, assured that as high in queen's favour as ever, 491; justifies credulity, 510; asks advice about Holland and Zeeland, 511.
-, overtures useless because proposals ignored by colleagues, 529; Richardot's answer to, differed not much from general answer, 534.
-, James, jun.:
-, message from queen delivered to, 92–3, 97.
-, father wants sent over, to learn something, 278.
-, John, sent with letters to Burghley, 351, 372; not fit to be trusted with treaty, 363; Burghley does not credit remarks about cessation, 372; message taken by, 388.
Cromwell, Capt. Edward:
-, money due for victuals for company of, 52; reply upon charge about, 52–3.
-, sums due to, 158–9.
Crosby, Captain, at surrender of Deventer, 54; testimony desired, 55.
Crosse, John, servant to de Loo, 338.
Croy, Charles de, Prince of Chimay, Cimay, Cymays, Simay, Symaye:
-, sent against Bonn, 77, 96, 131, 197, 224.
-, letter to Parma intercepted, asking for money, 96; complains of want of money and defects among men, 131.
-, commands horse in Parma's army, 214, 293, 537.
-, Charles Philippe de, marquis of Havrech, Haverech, Haverey, Havray, commands horse in Parma's army, 214, 293, 537.
-, Philippe de, duke of Aerschot, Archott, Arscot, commands horse in Parma's army, 214, 293, 537.
Cubiaur, Seburo, Pedro, prisoner in the Tower, 79.
-, -, son of, confers with Lamotte, Stanley and Owen, 79.
Cumberland, earl of. See Clifford, George.
Cymays. See Croy, Charles de, prince of Chimay.