Haarlem, Harlem [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], Alva's capture of, alluded to, 364; place for English garrison, 443; thought to be in practice with Parma, 509.
Habart. See Herbert.
Hackard, M. Harman, counsellor of Hohenlohe, assurances and confidences to Lovel on Count's behalf, 142–3.
Haele, Heel [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], in Hohenlohe's government, danger of falling to enemy, 72.
Hague, Gravenhage, Haege, Hage, Haghe, Sgravenhage [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 86, 347, 350, 436.
-, letters and papers dated at 7–9, 14, 16–7, 19, 22–4, 27–9, 31, 34–5, 37, 57–8, 61, 63, 69, 71–3, 82, 84, 92, 95–6, 103, 110, 112, 115–6, 134, 136, 140–1, 143, 159, 165–6, 173, 176, 180, 182, 209, 227, 229, 250–1, 253–4, 266, 271, 301, 303, 307, 318–20, 327–8, 347, 350, 356, 358, 365, 405, 415, 424, 438, 448, 484, 493, 503, 510, 512, 517, 519, 523, 528, 533.
-, news from, 65–6.
-, resolution taken at, 317.
-, mutiny of States and Council at, 27, 57; States assembled at, 300, 360, 519, 523.
-, States try to get Sonoy to, 64; accord made at, 309.
-, Maurice gathers troops at, 103; Willoughby confers with Maurice at, 199, 203; Willoughby returns to, 225, 357, 360, 394, 500.
-, house of Wassyner in, 142.
-, Willoughby supposed at, 169; Hohenlohe at, avoids Willoughby, 199; Willoughby sick at, 356.
-, R. Cecil's journey to, 208; Drury returns to, 225; Blunt at, 228.
-, Loosen and Casenbroot return to, 253; Sonoy and Schenck at, for affairs, 532.
-, Killigrew communicates Leicescester's resignation to States at, 300; Killigrew returns to, 306, 361; Killigrew at, 432, 476.
-, place for English garrison, 443.
Hainault, Hennalt [Belgium], 434; reference to grant made to, 520.
Halewyn, François de, seigneur de Sweveghem, Swevingham, Parma ready to give satisfaction for money lent to, 351.
Halforde, —, brings Stanley intelligence from England, going back, 80.
Halier, —, in Parma's army, 294.
Hamburg, Hambroughe, [German Empire]:
-, warships of, at Dunkirk, 14; warships of expected at Dunkirk, 484.
-, secret agents travel to England by, 80.
-, suggested for peace conference, 262; proposed diet of princes at, 306; Hohenlohe to go to diet at, 327.
Hamburg, Giles, plan made by, 298.
Hanpaux, baron, to levy Swiss for States, 69.
Hanse towns, Groningen a member of, 363.
Harbart. See Herbert.
Haring, Count of, commands horse in Parma's army, 214.
Harderwijk, Harderwyck [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands]:
-, soldiers from taken with letter, 111.
-, attempts should be made to hold to duty, 111.
Harlem. See Haarlem.
Harlingen, Harlinghen [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands]:
-, letter dated at, 143.
-, landstag to be held at, 143.
harquebusses. See arquebuses.
Harry, my lord. See Seymour, Lord Henry.
Hart, Harte, Captain Richard:
-, accounts defalked, 52–3; money due to, 219; certificate signed by, 498.
-, company at Flushing, 343, 440, 490.
Hartlepool, Hartelpoole, co. Durham, Spaniards might find good landing at, 303.
Hatton, Sir Christopher, the Lord Chancellor:
-, Derby asks to mediate with son's creditors, 507.
-, letters to, referred to, 68.
-, letters signed by, 320, 450.
Haultain, Hautain, sieur de. See Soete, Philippe de.
Havre de Grace, Newhaven [Seine Inf. France], a warning to Killigrew, 345; heavy charge to queen, 395.
Havrech, Haverech, Haverey, Havray, marquis of. See Croy, Charles Philippe de.
hawks, La Motte presents to Cobham and R. Cecil, 261.
Haye, Captain de la, accompanied Garnier to Ostend, 162, 174.
Heel. See Haele.
Hellevoetsluis, Helvotsluse [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 225.
Helme, Helmes, Captain:
-, sums due to, 158.
-, company at Berghen, 440.
Hemert [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], in Hohenlohe's government, in danger of falling to enemy, 72.
Hendar, Hender, Hinder, Hynder, Degory, Captain:
-, company at Flushing, 3, 343, 440, 490; company to leave Flushing, 25.
-, money due to, 219; Walsingham's held asked for, 510.
Hendricks, Garthrud, account of for victuals, 148.
Heneage, Sir Thomas, letter of, 348.
Hennalt. See Hainault.
Hennin, Maximilien, count of Bossu, Bossute, commands horse in Parma's army, 214, 294, 537.
Henry III, king of France:
-, sends Bellievre and La Guiche to Nancy, 197; likely to join Guise against Protestants, 350, 436–7.
-, disbands reiters, 197.
-, reported death, 526.
-, money sent by to Gourdain stayed for Parma's pleasure, 419; causes between and Guise stayed, 461–2; man from, at Parma's court, 489; money for stayed, 539.
-, ill success of religious policy, 487; keeps in Rouen, 531.
-, reported agreed with Guise, 489, 515; quarrel with Guise counterfeited, 539.
-, will let French sailors help to man Spanish ships, 550.
Henry VII, king of England, many surviving heirs of, 543.
Henry VIII, king of England:
-, treaty with Charles V, 44, 521, 530, 540, 545, 547.
-, would have punished Willoughby for error, 388.
Henry of Bourbon, king of Navarre:
-, reported overthrow, 17; hope of Dutch for success, 27.
-, Junius hopes queen will not abandon, 33; Dohna blames for disaster to reiters, 306.
-, to be guarantor of peace treaty, 43.
-, reported danger from poisoning, 188–9.
-, Treslong thinks of going to serve, 434.
-, Dutch envoys to ask Denmark and German Princes to assist, 484.
Herbert, Habart, Harbart, John, master of requests, ambassador to the Low Countries, 256.
-, will report state of affairs, 6, 10, 27; Willoughby informs of martial matters, 7; note of letter to be written to, 48.
-, reports designs against Flushing 9, 399; returns by Flushing and Brielle to learn truth about, 10.
-, Killigrew accompanies to Rotterdam, 16; departure, 23, 27, 57.
-, promises good offices for Gellee, 41, 51; act of States of Friesland procured by, 540.
-, if commissioners to go before answer from, 48; expected with answer about peace, 49; dilatory resolutions of States with, lost opportunity, 106.
-, Maurice assures queen of devotion by, 86; reported zeal and devotion of Hohenlohe, 87.
-, promised no horse shall go to Walcheren before Russel's, 100.
-, reply about peace might have been given to, 118; States informed that would not join in peace treaty, 179.
-, Leicester's resignation sent to, 124; reasons for not delivering, 125; departed before its arrival, 204.
-, Croft asks that may be sent, 173; de Loo longs for to complete work, 212.
-, suggested as an additional peace commissioner, 544.
heretics, pope allows to trade at Ancona, 123.
Herman, Count. See Berg, Count Herman van den.
Hermew. See Arnemuiden.
Hesse [German Empire] general muster in, 305.
Heusden, Hoesden, Huesden, Huisden, Husden [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands]:
-, mutiny of troops at, 27, 30, 58; will only acknowledge queen and Leicester, 38; ready for composition with States, 55; Hohenlohe sends to to appease, 58; reduce demands 65; reported compounding with, 94.
-, feared understanding with enemy, 62; enemy's offer to, 69, 72; urged not to injure country, 70.
-, other mutineers follow example of, 69, 94.
-, Maurice's men chief in, 70; in Hohenlohe's government, 72; Hohenlohe does not inform Council about, 91.
-, danger of falling to enemy, 72, 91; tumult of, to be appeased, 178.
-, in uproar again, demand more pay, 94, 112, 115; mutiny in unappeased, 131.
-, Hohenlohe perplexed at garrison forsaking him, 164; discontent of might be turned to queen's advantage, 181.
-, garrison gets six months' pay from States, 200; composition with, 202.
-, not in queen's command to keep cessation, 293; Hohenlohe discredited by mutiny at, 327; Brabant contributions received by way of, 404.
-, governor of. See Yselstein, Col. Christoffel.
Heynes, William, pensioner of Stanley, 524.
Hiddema, Godtschalck, deputy of Friesland, letters of credence for, 461; to treat for peace, 514.
Hill, Hull, Captain:
-, company at Brielle, 3, 74, 343, 440, 490.
-, money due to, 219.
Hinder. See Hendar.
Hoby, d'Oby, Sir Edward, Howard sends to Count Maurice, 170, 390.
Hochstrat. See Lalain, William de, count of Hoogstraeten.
Hoddie. See Huddy.
Hodgson, Richard, note of ships at Dunkirk, seen by, 523.
Hoenvard, Lubertus, Dutch envoy to Denmark and German Princes, instructions for, 484.
Hoesden. See Heusden.
Hofflin. See Houfflin.
Hogestrate. See Lalain, William de, count of Hoogstraeten.
Hohenlohe Langenburg, Hohenlo, Hohenlow, Hollock, Philip count of:
-, letters from, 11, 116.
-, -, referred to, 62, 164.
-, letter to, 87.
-, -, referred to, 172.
-, designs on Flushing, 19; fleet at Biervliet, 9; gives up and goes as design discovered, 12.
-, protests devotion to queen and respect for Leicester, 11; Norria asks leave to have revenge on, 346.
-, designs marriage for Maurice with Danish princes 14; Maurice entirely ruled by, 54; to get Danish wife for him, 532.
-, strength in Holland 21; opposes introduction of horse at Flushing, 28.
-, at Hague with States, 23; avoids Council after Leicester's departure, 35.
-, soldiers in a mutiny, 54; government of tottering, 55; defiance of Medenblik to, 56; goes to treat with mutinous troops, 58; reports their demands, 62.
-, tries to make Sonoy change his oath, 64; queen asks to use influence for Sonoy, 87; queen wrote to about severity to Sonoy, 89.
-, sends troops to Walcheren, 65, 68; Camphire refuses to obey, 68; Camphire fears ill meaning of, 95.
-, troops at Geertruydenberg pertain to, 70; towns in government of, in danger of falling to enemy, 72.
-, suspected of design to make peace and depart into Germany, 72; Garnier and Morianzar discuss possible defection, 79; suspicions of, 112.
-, queen assures of welcome if comes, 87; means well to English, toasted Leicester, 108.
-, did not inform Council of mutinies at Heusden, 91, 94; attempt on house of Brakel, 110, 115.
-, Council of State remonstrates with, 110, 115; justifies action to Willoughby, 116; Willoughby sends Colman to, 140, 164.
-, Ysselstein's wife goes to at Gorcum, 112; perplexed that Geertruidenberg, Heusden etc. ready to forsake him, 164; Geertruidenberg unwilling to be under, 200, 228, 367.
-, professes loyalty to queen, 116; protestations of gentleman of to Lovel, 142; wants Lovel to write to Leicester, id.
-, in hard conceit against States, 140; why States made mischief between and Leicester, 143.
-, ready to leave country if queen wishes, 142–3; going to congress at Hamburg, 327.
-, approved suggestion that no action of war without Council and consent of all parties, 152.
-, promises to do his best, Willoughby ready to be reconciled with 164; Willoughby can get no certain answer from, 173; at Hague, avoids Willoughby, 199.
-, Willoughby thwarts enterprise of, at Dort and Rotterdam, 199; Willoughby to deal with to forget wrongs, 232; high words between Willoughby and, 398.
-, discredited by mutinies, 327; reported going to England, 346; about to leave for Germany. 395.
-, defeated twice at Groningen, 364.
-, suspicion of designs on Walcheren, 374, 410; expected to come to Parma, 509.
-, authorised to put Flushing into queen's hands, 391.
-, desires pacifying of Geertruidenberg to have sure seat of government, 404; men of Geertruidenberg think Schenck worse than, 500–1; will not hear of, 518.
-, query if treaty broken by mission of, 441; mission to Denmark and Germany, 484, 502, 518–9, 532; instructions for, 503; started, 523.
-, may wait to see result at Geertruidenberg, 519, 533.
-, has got a good sum from the States, 519, 523.
Holland, Province of, 78, 121, 177, 390, 399.
-, Maurice gone into, 1; Maurice to take investiture of, 13, 66; strength of Maurice and Hohenlohe in, 21; Maurice governor of, 38, 70, 107.
-, friends in report designs on Flushing, 9; devices of against Utrecht, 31; complaint of separation of Utrecht from, 38; controversy with Utrecht, 88.
-, Parma means first to reduce 15; freedom of worship claimed in 42.
-, propose to set up Council to assist Maurice, 23; practises of droop, attack on Snoy fails, 56.
-, Antwerp convenient for 25; restriction of ships of war in, 47.
-, note of troops in quarters in, 41; grants collection by poll to pay soldiers, 58.
-, restitution to apply in 42; merchants of appeal for restoration of ships and goods, 72.
-, perilous for Friesland to disjoin from, 48; danger of making separate peace, 63, 201–2.
-, commissioners for accounts in, 53; Asseliers master of artillery in, 100.
-, devising extraordinary contribution for navy, 57.
-, dispute of Tiel and Bommel with, 58; efforts to secure Utrecht, 71.
-, Maurice deals most with those of, 58; men of follow Maurice against Sonoy, 69, 91.
-, musketeers from to be billeted in Walcheren, 65; troops from sent against Sonoy, 103.
-, tries to get other Provinces to accept Maurice for governor, 71; Utrecht and Gelders separating from, 88.
-, Pekott looked for in, 78; Maurice came from to Middelburg, 136.
-, La Motte and Stanley discuss map of, 79; Groningen a key to, 363.
-, disjoining itself from rest, 92; troubles due to covetous and furious counsels of, 105.
-, could be bridled in matter of peace, 92; animated to maintain a war, 93.
-, friends of English, if abandoned, must make peace with, 106; would only involve loss of liberties, id.
-, advises Maurice to persist against Sonoy, 112; left alone in States with Friesland, 136, 142, 159, 179.
-, feared delay in reconciliation with Utrecht, 115; making new count of, 151; differences with Utrecht cause delay, 405.
-, peace negotiations should be made separately for, 117; demand for Spaniards to evacuate country, 137.
-, protest against union of Brussels but no objection to rest of States professing Catholicism, 128; Alva's mastery in, 364; Spaniards jib at article for removing foreign forces from, 494.
-, Philip cannot grant less to than had been offered on queen's behalf, 138; useful bulwark for queen, 149.
-, use of harbours of, would make Philip irresistible, 149; Philip cannot withdraw forces while at war with, 153.
-, proposal to enhance queen's money by proclamation in, 151.
-, claims of affecting rights of Utrecht, 153; queen orders to desist from persecuting Utrecht, 153; States' reply about, 218–9.
-, Sonoy's threat to break, 163; proceedings against Sonoy proceed chiefly from, 167; Sonoy's commission said to infringe rights of, 203.
-, Parma offended at refusal to agree to colloquy, 173; his concession to about cessation, 178.
-, Spanish soldiers victualled by, 177; Geertruydenberg strongest town in, 200; mutinous towns in said to be for England, 224.
-, determined to hold out to the end, 179.
-, hope may be more conformable about peace, 196; suggestion how queen may bridle, 202.
-, Capelle knows humours of, to his ruin, 202; great amity between Spanish governors and particular towns in, 239.
-, united with Utrecht by Charles V, 219; Utrecht cannot enter into agreement with, 444.
-, representations of Zealand to about Medenblik, 222; Sonoy no wish to separate Medemblik from, 255.
-, Parma would be glad if cared to enter treaty, 243, 284; question of extending cessation to, 259, 298, 453–4; inclusion in treaty, 338.
-, ships from may assist Philip in invasion of England, 270; Treslong can easily get sailors from, 288.
-, Spain may mean armada to go no further than, 272; Navarre's envoy well received in, 326.
-, loss of Geertruidenberg will open dangerous gap into 276, 356; town not to be separated from, 350; action about, 365.
-, can come into treaty and enjoy benefit, 286; cessation not to include unless they wish, 292, 296; proposal to include 323–4, 427.
-, Treslong out of favour with for attachment to queen, 288; decree of States for levy of sailors in, for England, 317.
-, may be asked to contribute to works at Ostend, 295.
-, Parma would extend safe conduct to 324; Croft's articles touching, 338–9; Croft dealing with Parma to bring into treaty, 351.
-, quarrelling in about acceptance of Leicester's resignation, 327; provinces persuaded to concur with for Council of State, 335.
-, Maurice refers to accord begun with English, 358; affairs submitted to mediation, 410.
-, Willoughby detained in, 382; Killigrew goes to, 414.
-, ships from, for England, 401; decision to arm large ships for war, 416; ships preparing in, 515.
-, promises to help Gelderland, 405; deputies of slow to appear at States General, 519.
-, Col. Iselstein and Capt. Sevenberg to be paid by, 435; ships needed to land troops in England or Scotland, 549; great sums offered secretly for, 550.
-, queen could bridle by taking over Camphire etc., 438; cannot yield to Willoughby authority of governor, 445; Herbert acquainted with causes of, 544.
-, Seymour to give comfort to men of, blockading Dunkirk, 453; ships promised by, in Dover Road, 515.
-, conquest of would make Philip supreme at sea, 457; delivery of towns would admit enemy to, 458; Parma means to come by, in another way, 521.
-, should be persuaded to join for peace, 464; can be dealt for later, 467; commissioners want instructions about, 468, 544; question of toleration for, 480; Croft asks advice about inclusion, 499, 510.
-, likely to employ contributions in own country, 517–8; promise to perform agreement with Sonoy, 519; detention of towns in cause of quarrel with Spain, 549.
-, Advocate of. See Oldenbarnevelt, Jan van.
-, States of:
-, consultation of about cessation, 32; make complaint to States General against Utrecht, 38; favourable report to about Utrecht, 65.
-, try to make Sonoy change oath, 64, 66; Killigrew protests against treatment of Sonoy, 66.
-, States General refer suits to, 69; want other Provinces to consent to Maurice as governor, 71.
-, separate without contentment or conclusion, 71; assembled and possible to deal about Sonoy with, 136.
-, will do nothing for Ostend, 76; indifferent to Ostend, 162.
-, send Bardesen to Medemblik, 110; Hohenlohe advised against siege of Medemblik, 142.
-, Sonoy and Clerhagen held commissions from, 116; offered terms to Sonoy, 203.
-, differences with Utrecht, 153; indifferent to loss of Sluys, 162.
-, Willoughby unable to get anything from, 175; his account of conference with, 176–7; meeting to decide about deputies for peace treaty, 222.
-, to meet to decide about peace with Parma, 201; averse from sending deputies about, 405.
-, Willoughby to deal with to get sailors to man English ships, 277.
-, Brill garrison inadequately paid by, 349; Schenck demands payment of debts, 527.
-, should be asked to send Evertssen to prison at Flushing, 383.
-, Willoughby informs of action at Geertruidenberg, 404; want queen to take town over, 413; resolution touching town, 493.
-, ministers' fear of prevents churches sending deputies to England, 396.
-, articles of States of Utrecht concerning answer to Willoughby, 540.
-, See also Low Countries.
-, North. See North Holland.
-, South. See South Holland.
Hollanders. See Dutch.
Hollock. See Hohenlohe.
Holy Island, co. Northumberland, talk of landing in and fortifying, 509.
Honselardik, Honslerdyck, Hounsdick [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, letter dated at, 520.
-, Arenberg's property, Truchsess lives at, 225.
Hont, Honte [Wester Schelde] Zeeland, Netherlands, queen could hold mouth of, 202.
Hoogstraeten, count of. See Lalain, William de.
Hoorn, Horn, Horne, Hornes [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], 105.
-, Maurice at, 69; Maurice casts company of Sonoy out of, 94; disturbances in, 110.
-, discharged of oath to Leicester, sworn to Maurice, 107.
-, wounded taken to from before Medenblik, 109; troops from against Sonoy, 113; ships from, to block him in, 131, 166.
-, Willoughby could have prevented Maurice's success in, 157.
-, burgomaster of, 142.
Hopperus, Madame, 504.
Hopton, Sir Owen, Lieutenant of the Tower, Spanish hopes of corrupting, 215.
Horenkens, Jehan, contract made with Schenck, 526.
Horn, Horne, Hornes. See Hoorn. horses:
-, great levy of, in Germany, for Protestants, 112.
-, commissioners hampered by lack of, 221, 257.
-, reported present of English, for Parma, 238.
-, Hohenlohe disposes of his, 327.
Horsie, Jerome, Killigrew takes order for (? to arrest), 94.
Horton or Orton, brings packets from England for Owen, 270.
-, question of, for commissioners, 282, 293, 297–8, 312, 333, 371; not to insist on, 321; will be impossible, 322; Parma refuses, 333.
-, conference at king's towns involves, 329.
-, a token of queen's care for commissioners, 330.
Hotman, Francis, letter from, 12n.
-, Dr. John:
-, letter from, 12.
-, warns Wilkes that Leicester still incensed against him, 12; returning from Court, 13.
Houfflin, Hofflin, Jean, secretary to Willoughby, judgment and action very weak, 362; Willoughby's orders to, for captains of Camphire, 477.
Houghton, Robert, letter sent by, 260.
Hound, warship at Antwerp, 14.
Hounsdick. See Honselardik.
Howard, Houwart, Charles lord, Lord Admiral, 375.
-, letter from, 170.
-, -, referred to, 436.
-, letters to, 9, 222.
-, sends pinnace to see case of Flushing, 12; letters delivered by, 15.
-, Gellee's money delivered to, 37, 40; asked to restore it, 41; passport of ignored by English merchantmen, 72.
-, Prounincq salutes, 39; Derby supped with, at sailing, 130.
-, passed Ostend for Flushing, 161; sent for relief of Sonoy, 170; Maurice sends to assure about Medemblik, 222; demanded raising of siege of Medemblik, 390.
-, Goring servant of, 183.
-, to send two pinnaces to Ostend, 226; to send them back, 323.
-, ordered to send ships to take away commissioners, 223; directions to for their safety, 282–3.
-, Maurice asks orders for intelligence with, 308; States of Zeeland write to, for ships, 315.
-, said to have started to join Drake, 371; Spanish commissioners warned of being at sea with powerful fleet, 466.
-, Philip, earl of Arundel, Spaniards have great hopes of, 215.
Huddilston, Hurleston, Richard, late treasurer for war:
-, note of moneys issued to, 12; Brune complains of action of deputies, 52, 127.
-, apostiles on accounts referred to, 47; answer of deputies to Brune, 52–3; view of accounts, 156.
Huddy, Hoddie, Captain, company at Ostend, 3, 343, 440.
Huesden, Huisden. See Heusden.
Huguenots, Protestants, Henry III likely to join with Guise against, 350.
Hull. See Hill.
Hulst [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands]:
-, letters dated at, 356.
-, raid on repulsed, 355–6, complaint about, 366, 369.
Hungary, arming in, 197; troops from, in Parma's army, 537–8.
-, Grand Prior of, commands Albanian horse in Parma's army, 214, 538.
Hunt, Edmund, auditor, 159, 343.
-, daily pay, 2; Dutch take exception to books of, 10; can verify demands of States, 23; will not alter account for Brune, 52.
-, accounts examined by, 219, 406.
Hurault, Michael, de l'Hospital, seigneur du Fay, ambassador of Navarre:
-, well received in Holland, 326; opinion of designs of French king and Guise, 350, 436–7.
-, still at Hague, received by States, 405; waiting at Amsterdam for Maurice, 533.
-, sends report about France to Burghley, 533.
Hurleston. See Huddilston.
Husden. See Heusden.
Hussey, John, Pekott sent away, 78.
Hutton, Matthew, bishop (elect) of Durham, a coming diplomat, 314.
Huygens, Christopher, greffier:
-, certificate of, 5.
-, papers signed by, 5, 110.
Hynder. See Hendar.