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Daefdoncq, Charles, report of Armada by, 479.

Dale, Dr. Valentine, Master of Requests, peace commissioner, 43, 101, 235, 287.
-, letters from, 98, 124, 128, 170–2, 180, 192, 196, 229, 259, 267, 272, 283, 297, 314–5, 320, 322, 328–9, 339, 347, 355, 366, 368, 370–1, 387, 403, 419, 428, 439, 455–7, 467–8, 474, 493, 505, 508, 521.
-, -, referred to, 183, 206, 229, 365.
-, letters to, 310.
-, admiration of instructions, 98; stands with Croft, 99; safe conduct for, 536.
-, difficulty about place of meeting, 98–9.
-, instructs Robert Cecil about treaties, 124, 145; finds that Holland and Zeeland did not object to rest of States professing Catholicism, 128.
-, answered Garnier's message, 162; asked Massi about commission, 190; commission not shown to, 239.
-, to go to Parma, Robert Cecil will accompany, 162, 170–2; journey to Bruges, 180, 184; queen approves of mission, 185.
-, journey to Ghent and reception, 184–5; interview with Parma, 185, 301; report of, 192–5.
-, reports commissioners will not come to Ostend, 190; would like to see Antwerp citadel, 196.
-, commissioners puzzled by Richardot's reply to, about safe conduct, 191; questions Richardot about it, 195.
-, Robert Cecil started with, on return, 191; leaves for Bruges, 195; hardships of journey, 196.
-, Ostend soldiers try to rob, 197; grieved at Burghley's illness, 216.
-, points disliked in letter of, 206; should have prevented ambiguity about Berghen, 226.
-, will sleep better in town in queen's possession, 229; Richardot told Ostend unsuitable, 261.
-, Parma had good satisfaction from, 242; note of Parma's and Richardot's speeches to about invasion, 256; asked for sight of commission, 314; answer to about, 325.
-, friendly relations with Robert Cecil, 284; wants letter shown to him, 297; writes for his instruction, 314.
-, thinks Parma does not mean well, hopes they are not to proceed, 314; against yielding towns, 315.
-, deals with Croft to get some one to go from Parma to queen, 322; to write to satisfy queen, 352.
-, asks Burghley for copy of treaty arctioris amicitiae, 339; dealing with 2 foxes, 366.
-, queen sends to Parma about commission, 341, 355, 363, 372, 375, 387; thinks it a great charge to deal alone, 355; goes to Bruges, reports interviews, sees commission, 308–9; report referred to, 376, 384, 386.
-, correspondence with Killigrew, 366; refuses to make Croft privy to letters sent or received, 465.
-, pleased about mission but expects to be sent, 370; note of expenses for letters and missions, 377.
-, to go and ask Parma for explanation and assurance about war preparations, 375; not the man to go, 387; is not to go, 414; thanks for release, 428.
-, accepted cessation for 4 towns only, 384; project of cessation handed to, 386–7, 429–30.
-, confronts Croft with Richardot's answer, 385; tried to move queen's pity for Croft, 458.
-, trusts Richardot and Champagny no further than can see them, 456; writes letter apart to show to queen, 505.
-, asked for cessation at Bruges and granted, 467; Deane went with, to Bruges, 474.
-, Croft asked Spanish deputy to speak to about toleration, 511; censure upon answer of Spanish commissioners, 519–21.
-, queen wishes to go to Parma about Allen's book and bull, 528; and to report his answer, 529; sickly and good for another civilian to be sent, 544.

Damant, M., chancellor of Brabant and President of Flanders, letter to, 512.

Damme, Damm [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 243; troops lying near, 245.

Danzig, Dansk, Dantzig:
-, news from, 103.
-, sailors from, for Spanish fleet, 233.

Darby. See Stanley, Henry, earl of Derby.

Darcy, Darcey, Darcie, Darsie, Francis, Captain:
-, company at Flushing, 3, 343, 440, 490.
-, money due to, 219.

Davensson, Christopher, shipmaster, 40.

Daventer. See Deventer.

Davieson, Mr., preacher at Flushing, letter taken by, 456; recommended to Burghley, 460.

Davison, William, secretary of state, letter to, 306.

Deane, Mr., of Rochester, complaint against untrue, 330; went with Dale to Bruges, 474.

Dehema, Sistus a, deputy of Friesland, letters of credence for, 461; to treat for peace, 514.

Deikenberghe, Deikenkerk. See Ikenburg.

Deinigos. See Iniguez.

Delfshaven [S. Holland, Netherlands], queen should hold, 202.

Delft, Delphe [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, letters and papers dated at, 2, 6–8, 11–2, 33, 434.
-, States and Council leave for Hague, 57.
-, troops at Maasluis would keep in check 103; place for English garrison, 443.
-, burgher of, 165.
-, burgomaster of. See Brasser, Govert; Moerkercke, Jacob Corneliszoon.

Demetieres, M., seigneur de la Planine, letter to, 504.

Denmark:
-, proposal to marry Maurice to princess of, 13, 27, 327, 532.
-, mission of Rogers to, 33.
-, query if States have not broken treaty by mission to, 441; instructions for Dutch envoys to, 484, 503; some jealousy about, 501.
-, Hohenlohe going to, 502, 518, 523, 532; to confirm league and amity with, 519.
-, -, chancellor of. See Kaas, Nicolas.
-, -, King of. See Christian IV; Frederick II.

Dennys, Dennis, Dennyce, Maurice, Captain:
-, company at Flushing, 3, 343, 440, 490.
-, money due to, 219.

deputies. See under ambassadors.

Derby, earl of. See Stanley, Henry.

Desmaretz, —, letter from, 504.

Deventer, Daventer [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands], 31.
-, Walgrave prisoner at, 22; Dudley examined about, 54.
-, possibility of blockading, 58.
-, attempt to kill Count Herman of Berg at, 178.
-, betrayal of referred to, 185.
-, case of banished men of commended to peace commissioners, 345.

Deventer, M. de. See Prounincq, Gerard de.

Diaques. See Idiacques.

Diar, Dier. See Dyer.

Dicksmewe. See Dixmude.

Dieppe [Seine Inférieure, France], victuallers from, at Dunkirk, 483.

Digges, James:
-, muster rolls prepared by, 87; memorial for dealing with States about musters, 236.
-, memorial presented by, on action of Willoughby at Ostend, 440–1, 460.

Digges, Thomas, muster master:
-, letters from, 87, 449.
-, daily pay of, 2; asks residue of entertainment, 87; and sums due on Leicester's warrants, id.
-, should discharge office as treaty requires, 31; payment to, 183.
-, can give Burghley information of gentlemen able to command double bands, 94.
-, Norris's objections to checks by, 182; note on companies in cautionary towns, 490.

Dilsma. See Aysma.

Disboroy. See Doesborgh.

Dixmude, Dicksmewe, Dyxmoihe, Dyxmouth [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], La Motte gone to, 321; rendezvous at, victuallers to repair to, 429; Parma's horse at, 494; troops near, 523.

d'Oby. See Hoby.

Doel (dooleward), Doule [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], 15.
-, forts of, not in queen's command to keep cessation, 293.

Doesborgh, Disboroy, Doesburghe, Doesbrouck, Duesborough, Duysburgh [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, Robert Sidney's troop at, 3, 343, 440.
-, States complain of garrisoning of, 4; Groenvelt's troops at without pay, 178; complaints of disorder of garrison of, 435.
-, Peacock and Beasley ran away at, 145.
-, States appoint garrison for, 443.

Doetinchem, Doeticum, Doticum, Dottecum [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, Maurice sends for company from, 96.
-, not in queen's command to keep cessation, 293.
-, complaints of disorders of garrison, 435.

Doffeld. See Duffel.

dogs, Parma's fondness for English, wants brace of greyhounds, 261.

Dohna, Donnuoe, Fabian von, blames Navarre for disaster to reiters, 306.

Dominick, Captain, Rancy sets at variance with Suderman, 120.

Dompselaer, Dompseler, Gerard van, president of the States General, 2.

Donnuoe. See Dohna.

Dordrecht, Dordreigh, Dort [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, letters dated at, 199, 200, 202, 332, 360, 362, 404, 492, 500, 502–3.
-, troops from summoned to Hague, 103; Geertruydenberg necessary for defence of, 201.
-, Killigrew withdrawing to, 179; Willoughby going to, 318; he goes to, to promote unity, 335.
-, Willoughby thwarts Hohenlohe's designs at, 199; with help of queen may hold mouth of Meuse, 202; newly confirms oath to queen, 208; queen appreciates good will but deprecates manifestation, 232.
-, vice treasurer at, with treasure, 209; Willoughby at about Geertruidenberg, 353, 357, 478, 518.
-, Walsingham asked to see that well treated by States, 270.
-, Killigrew received Leicester's resignation at, 300.
-, dealings of, about Geertruidenberg, 356–7; dependence on that own, 395.
-, place for English garrison at, 443; ready to depend on queen, 465.

-, pensionary of. See Menin, Dr. Joos van.

Doria, Juan Andrea, commander of the Spanish galleys, Olivares communicates device to, 123.

Dorlance. See Doullens.

Dormer, Captain, sums due to, 158.

Dorp, Colonel, 110; says country should not refuse natural born count for strangers, 108.

Dorre, Dorrius, Johan, member of the Council of State, 88: at conference at Hague, 27; Schenck claims for money disbursed at request of, 527.

Dort, Seyno heer van, governor of Rheinberg, 520.

Dort. See Dordrecht.

Dorth, Dort beside Deventer, house of Dorte [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands]:
-, men of lay ambush for Yorke, 31, 58.
-, likely to be abandoned, 58.

Doticum, Dottecum. See Doetinchem.

Douay, Doway [Nord, France], university of, allowed toleration granted at Ghent, 301.

Doublet, Doublett, Philip, receiver general to the States, remaining at Hoorn, 107.

Doule. See Doel.

Doullens, Dorlance [Somme, France], reference to French army at, 291.

Dover, co. Kent:
-, letters dated at, 92–3, 98–9, 101–2, 104, 117, 121, 122, 124.
-, commissioners to embark at, 40, 49; commissioners at, 92, 101, 174; commissioners embark at, 121.
-, Croft detained at by accident, 129; Morris sailed from, 130.
-, soldiers detained prisoners at, 145.

-, Road, ships promised by Holland and Zeeland already at, 515.

Doway. See Douay.

Downs, the:
-, peace commissioners sail from, 128, 130, 137.
-, rendezvous for Dutch contingent of ships, 254; Maurice asks about, 421; Parma's plan to win castles of, 511.

Drake, Sir Francis:
-, Croft charges with spoil and deceit, 92–3, 96, 117, 122; gets friends by dispersing of jewels, 96.
-, reported defeat on Spanish coast, 95; damage done by in Spain upset peace parleys, 146; Cobham fears reprisals for, 153.
-, suggested use against Spain for Don Antonio, 150; report of new expedition by, 257–8.
-, queen's meaning shown by countenancing of, 192.
-, Parma says king armed against, not against England, 242.
-, Lord Admiral sets out to join, 371.
-, Leeman's ships plundered by, 485.

Dreques. See Idiacques.

Droninge, Captain, Sonoy's nephew, cashiered with whole company, 107, 110.

Drury, Drewry, Sir William:
-, letters from, 18, 28, 210, 288, 422.
-, -, referred to, 459–60.
-, appeals to Walsingham for help, 19; writes in support of Willoughby, 28–9.
-, going with R. Cecil to Brielle, 209; returned to Hague, 225; placed at Berghen, 326.
-, payment of debt by, 210.
-, queen displeased at appointment to Berghen, 336, 348, 388; only because of lack of experience, 337; Willoughby's defence of, 379; appeal to retain place, 422–3; Fremin commends carriage as governor, 470.
-, Morgan wants removed from Berghen, 481; Willoughby prefers Morgan to, for Berghen, 493.

-, wife of, 18–9, 210.

-, Drury wants over for the summer, 288.

Ducq, Ambrois le, captain of Camphire, 89.
-, letters of, 67, 161, 180, 268, 379.
-, Willoughby's letter to, 476.

Dudley, Ambrose, earl of Warwick:
-, dealings with Grey about office (? Master of the ordnance), 136.
-, letter signed by, 320; letter to, referred to, 402.

-, Robert, earl of Leicester, Leycester, Lester, the lord General, his Excellency, the Lord Steward, 497.
-, daily pay of, 2; States deny liability for payments by, 4, 6; States take exception to commission to Willoughby, 6, 7.
-, going over referred to, 3; mixed feelings at departure, 6; departure referred to, 8, 10, 11, 23, 35, 38, 64, 91, 100, 147–8.
-, Ortel to inform upon payment of queen's forces, 7; Willoughby wishes needs were commended to, 16.
-, feared States meant to make separate peace, 10; copy of demands given to Ortel, 16.
-, Hohenlohe protests respect for, 11; bitterness against Wilkes unabated, 12.
-, note of money issued to, 12; claims of States for money paid to, 18.
-, Willoughby's appeals to, unanswered, 16; Killigrew asks Walsingham to inform of Dutch affairs, 23.
-, soldiers had lendings while in Netherlands, 17; changed Wingfield from queen's pay to States, 25.
-, St. Aldegonde deprecates ill-treatment of, 18; not forgotten in Netherlands, 21; succession to, 26.
-, informed queen of loyalty of Utrecht, 20; and about Camphire, 21; who urged to follow his advice, 21; Camphire takes side of, 29, 67; urged to get queen to take its garrison into her pay, 68.
-, Utrecht magistrates regret departure, 22; departure regretted as beginning of ruin, 27.
-, Burchgrave charged with urgent matters by, 22; Mors appeals to, 28.
-, Killigrew defends Sonoy for honour of, 30, 32; Killigrew asks for protection over, 35; Sonoy took oath to, 64.
-, Killigrew asks help for recall and replacement by Gilpin, 31.
-, States mean to shut out, 34; and deal harshly with friends of, 35; States use instructions about peace against, 38.
-, Worcum and Heusden recognise no one but, 38; must not abandon Naarden, 38–9; Naarden has no comfort from, 66.
-, an instrument for discharge of government of, 48; list of matters advertised to from Low Countries, 63–4.
-, on writing to States of resignation, 48; much wished for, only one with authority to sway causes, 57.
-, directs garrison of Camphire not to take in others, 51; Aysma urged to change government of Friesland, 60.
-, promised Merchant Adventurers should move to Flushing, 51.
-, Dutch commissioners ask to inform queen of arrival, 55; informs them of audience arranged, 72.
-, States persecute Sonoy from suspicion of, 63; will not recognise Sonoy's oath to, 64.
-, cause of Utrecht exiles referred to, 65; alleged conspiracy to deliver Leyden to, 75, 85; never had any such intention, 85.
-, Maurice suitable as governor if would not persecute those employed under, 67; Barney's indecent speeches against, 78–9.
-, Dutch deputies inform of seizure of ships, 72; reply about peace might have been given to, 118.
-, Pekott sent intelligence to, 78; Pekott sent goshawk to, sent him to France, 78.
-, Maurice warned attack on Sonoy will displease, 84; Killigrew disliked by Dutch because of, 94.
-, Digges asks payment of money due on warrants of, 87; promised office to Asseliers, 100.
-, Sonoy bound by oath to, 91; asked to send to secure Camphire, 95; loyalty of Camphire to, 100.
-, list of documents sent to, 92; copies and advertisements for, 95.
-, Killigrew reminds to send company to Maassluis, 96; Naarden and Utrecht have no comfort from, 102.
-, Maurice gets rid of dependants of, 102; dependants abandoned by 105, 114; dependants assured of care for, 106; Naarden estranged from, 108.
-, men of Hoorn discharged of oath to, 107; soldiers prefer to Buys or Barnevelt, 108.
-, Counts drank health of, 108; dependants ill treated, 109; mortal war waged against faithful servants of, 141.
-, secretary of Utrecht depends only on resolution of, 109; Council asks help for restoring amity, 115.
-, those who have offended will not hear of return, 112; Deventer believes opponents will be brought round, 114.
-, need for return, 113–4; resignation sent to Killigrew to deliver to States, 124–5.
-, Council complains of action about Sonoy, 115; apostilles of, in reply, 116.
-, informs queen of evil practices at Utrecht, 118; Deventer gets no reply to letters to, 128.
-, great ordnance brought over by, at Flushing, 124; urged to write and encourage Arnemuyden, 136.
-, directions to Brune about victualling, 126; urges Brune to victual Berghen and Ostend but refuses warrant for payment, 127.
-, Derby apologises for not writing to, 131; Hohenlohe professes devotion to and desire to be under orders of, 142.
-, States' representations to about violent proceedings at Utrecht, 133.
-, Russel promises to write to in favour of Camphire captains, 141; captains wish was present, 160.
-, provinces will be at command of, 141; controversy about ended, 142.
-, object of States in setting at variance with Hohenlohe, 143; things done provisionally in absence of, 344.
-, plot can be stirred for, but leaves men in briars, so half afraid, 143; Rancy a faithful servant of, 157.
-, value of English money at entry of, 151; acted as governor at request of States, 217.
-, gratitude and contentment promised to, 155; Willoughby reminds Hollanders of duty to, 176; Hollanders deny concern in causes, 177.
-, Sonoy accused of abusing over commission, 167; continuing of garrisons of Camphire and Arnemuiden approved, 187.
-, forces appointed at coming from Holland, 177; order of musters established by retained, 236.
-, most of provinces and people desire more than ever before, 180; beginning of quarrel with Hollanders, 201; Capelle prevented from approaching, 202.
-, urged to act quickly to save outlying provinces, 202; resignation published too soon, 228; queen blames Walsingham for holding back resignation, 232.
-, question of Sonoy's relations to, 203–4; Sonoy to be informed of resignation, 204.
-, Berghen advised to impart griefs to, 208; Russel urged to assure Camphire and Arnemuiden of regard and care, 230.
-, Willoughby sends answer of States General to, 227; sent proposal for peace to States, 237.
-, Arnemuiden without letters from 230; Russel wishes had treated Camphire better, 290.
-, Champernowne deplores resignation which discouraged queen's friends, 246; resignation released officers of oath, 247.
-, placard of States upon resignation, 247; States refer to late announcement of resignation, 253; States say has resigned government into their hands, 268.
-, Willoughby unwilling to be yoked with any but, 266; Dutch were in awe of, 327; credit of English diminished by resignation, 345.
-, memorandum of proposals of Camphire captains to, 269; Friesland suffers for devotion to, 279, and asks for help, 280.
-, Barker disquieted by resignation of, 270; States of Friesland regret resignation, 281; Gelderland, Overyssel and Utrecht desire return, 300–1.
-, Treslong writes to about ships, 290; Gilpin wishes to be recommended to, with Lesieur, 362.
-, Killigrew reports receipt and delivery of resignation to States, 299–300; great change in Netherlands since delivery, 302, 306, 326; quarrels in provinces, upon acceptation of resignation, 327.
-, Maurice refers to attempt to relieve Sluys, 308; Sonoy injured by fidelity to, 360.
-, proclamation discharging men of oath to, 353, 394; resignation referred to, 373, 378, 382, 411, 438, 470.
-, should write to get Utrecht to conform with other provinces, 360, 362.
-, Buckhurst's differences with not yet determined, 373; Drury had promise for Berghen, 379.
-, machinations of Maurice and Hohenlohe against, 374; Russel considered as instrument of, 399, 437.
-, Camphire appeals to about oath, 378; question of oath to, 381; Camphire under command of, 408.
-, ordered examination of Evertssen, 383; sent Thoraise to Flushing, informs Champagney, 418.
-, affairs of Friesland under rule of, 396; persuaded Schenck to remain in service of States, 416, 431; appointed Bacx lieut.-col. of cavalry, 431–2; Bacx does not receive appointments made by, 432.
-, differences with Maurice, 410.
-, time of government referred to, 417, 420, 432.
-, promised preferment to Treslong, 433; Champagney complains of treatment of Toraise with threat, 500.
-, should discharge Schenck of oath, 434; Bacq held commission from, 460; Fremin asks for conge from, 470.
-, Camphire etc. complain of, 437; decides controversy between Russel and Willoughby, 548.
-, all laws for army abrogated and no new ones established, 490; Willoughby wishes to serve in England under, 512.
-, Schenck has further particulars to send to, 503; promises to Schenck quoted, 526–7.
-, asked to be mediator about Lord Strange's debts, 507; Morgan relies on, 523.
-, letters from, 418.
-, -, referred to, 287, 383, 477, 482.
-, letters to, 7, 68–9, 114, 175, 177, 230, 279, 287–8, 378, 443, 447, 477, 482, 499.
-, -, referred to, 18, 23, 33, 64, 83, 89, 90, 128, 139, 200, 215, 290, 394.

-, -, secretary of. See Atye, Arthur.

-, William, examination of, 54.

Duesborough. See Doesborgh.

Duffel, Doffeld [Pro v. Antwerpen, Belgium], enemy concentration near, 103.

Duke, the. See Farnese, Alexander, duke of Parma.

Dunham [co. Notts], 475.

Dunkirk [Nord, France], 245.
-, letters dated at, 128, 130, 289, 475.
-, news from, 161.
-, shipping prepared at, 14, 77, 208.
-, cables sent from Amsterdam to, 15; munitions sent to and troops at, 29.
-, munitions of war sent to daily, 79; intended against Walcheren, 79; enemy collecting forces and provisions at, 211.
-, commissioners permitted to land at, 104; order for reception of commissioners at, 135.
-, Spanish Infanta expected at, 113; Croft landed at, 128–9, 131, 175; lodged in governor's house and feasted, 129, 131, 137, 139.
-, commissioners' letters sent by, 181.
-, report of treasure arrived at, 183; Semple sailed from, 375.
-, talk at Antwerp of fire work at, 233; Loo considers burning of ships at strange, but Parma ignores, 235; it brought jealousy upon commissioners, 257, 272; Richardot brings up question, 260, 262.
-, Parma sends mariners from Antwerp to, 238; he admits naval preparations at, 355; preparations not so great as reported, 418.
-, 40 tall ships ready for sea at, 238; Parma has men, boats and artillery ready at, 269; Maurice proposes to hinder gathering at, 358.
-, 700 sailors pass from to Sluys, 282, 294; Hamburg men of war expected at, 484.
-, Burburg near, 320; Bretons proceed to, with report of Armada, 490.
-, full of Spaniards, 418; 40 ensigns marching towards, 478.
-, Seymour asked to show himself off, 453, 478; shows no cause to fear ships of, 465.
-, cessation leaves free to molest English, 461; blockade of, by Dutch, 515.
-, enemy very strong about, 478.
-, Parma means to embark from, for England, 478, 515, 532; Parma gone to, 479; to review fleet, 494, 504.
-, note of ships and their furniture at, 483, 523; boats leave Bruges for, 489; report of preparations at, 494, 505, 509, 515, 549.
-, Morosini sails from, to seek Armada, 504.
-, boats ordered with all speed to, 514.
-, note of bonds of, for loan by queen, 540.
-, Admiralty of, letters of Parma to, 301, 308.
-, governor of. See Aguilar, Francesco de.
-, ships of, Dunkirkers:
-, Charles engages one, 161; Rogers complains of outrages by, on Norfolk coast, 243.
-, ship pursued by, cast letters into sea, 162; supposed mishandling of English ship by, 305.

Du Praet, de Praet, —, secretary, came with Richardot and Maes to Ostend, 256, 261.

Durham, bishop (elect) of. See Hutton, Matthew.

Dutch, Hollanders:
-, company of, at Dort, sent against Medemblik, 103.
-, increasing differences with English, 113.
-, demand that Spaniards shall evacuate country, 137–8.
-, desert from Ostend, 491–2.
-, Norris orders English garrisons not to receive companies of, without orders from England, 497.

-, See also Low Countries.

Duvenvoord, Jehan de, sieur de Warmondt, Dutch envoy to Denmark and German Princes, instructions for, 484.

Duysburgh. See Doesborgh.

Dyer, Diar, Dier, Edward:
-, letter from, 483.
-, Orange's promise of ships to, 10, 254; discusses matters with Deventer, 445.

Dyxmoihe, Dyxmouth. See Dixmude.



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