Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 13, 1578-1579. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1903.
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-, cloth trade in, 164
-, 'a Haarlem siege,' 675.
Haase, Hase, river, 626.
Habbriddlemecq. See 'Abd el Malek I.
Habedeno, Cupitan, 210.
Hadham, Little, co. Herts, Queen on 'progress' at house of Mr. Capel at, 254.
-, letters dated at, 253, 254, 255.
Estates of, incline to Duke of Anjou, 3.
suggested surrender of, by Count Lalaing, to Duke of Anjou, 9 (p. 7).
less disaffected than the Count their Governor, 13.
party in, responsible for overtures made to Duke of Anjou, 57 (p. 43), 58 (8).
activity of Roman Catholics in, ibid. (9).
MM. Sale and Hamet of, 60. noblemen of, with Don John, 60 (p. 48).
coming of Duke of Anjou approved in, and by no other province, 76, 80, 98.
Duke's intrigues in, 84
-, like to become master of, 90, 104.
town of, applies for instructions to the Estates General re Duke of Anjou
-, referred to the Provincial Estates, 104, 112.
French successes in, 126.
reinforcements for Duke of Anjou arrive in, 136, 157.
Estates of, protest against toleration of 'religion,' 157.
disturbances in, 178, 180.
Commissioners from Estates in, to arrange delivery of frontier towns to Duke of Anjou, 236, 237, 246.
free exercise of 'religion' rejected in, 260, 276.
report that Duke of Anjou is about to seize, 304.
powder sent by French to revolted Walloons in, 318.
declines to accept the 'Religions Wlitz,' 338.
secession of, from the Estates imminent, ibid.
proposals of Estates of, recommended to the Estates General by Duke of Anjou, 346.
Estates of, espouse cause of the Walloons against Ghent, 351
-, deputation to, from the Estates General to dissuade, 352.
secedes from the Estates General, 367.
suitors to Pope to have Duke of Anjou as Governor, he refuses
-, Duke hopes to become Protector of, 372.
treaty between, and Artois, depends on expulsion of Duke of Anjou, which is desired most by Artois, 374.
hostile to men of Ghent, 383 (p. 295).
Spanish intrigue in, discovered by Poulett, 403
-, reconciled to Spain, 413
-, scandalized at Spanish intrigue, 425.
the Estates of, request the Marquis of Havrech to attend meeting of the Estates of Artois, and excuse his absence there to the Estates General, 403.
the 'religion Wlitz,' refused in, 407.
Prince of Parma writes to the Estates of, 422.
the Marquis of Havrech deputed by Estates of, to hinder the Estates of Arras from becoming reconciled to Spain, 430, 445.
willing to continue in union, if not compelled to accept the religions freidt, 457, send contribution to the Estates, 468.
their proceedings reported to the Estates by the Marquis of Havrech, 470, 473, 496.
Mons useless to Duke of Anjou without other foothold in, 496.
reported dispatch of deputies from, to Prince of Parma, 499.
Bishop of Arras loses credit with, 516.
Walloons ready to coerce, 516.
Religions freidt rejected in
-, 'Pacification of Ghent' upheld by, 523
-, the Marquis of Havrech sent to persuade, 532, 534
-, M. de Montigny writes 'honest letters' to, 535.
Estates of, assemble with those of Artois, at Arras, 550.
the Marquis of Havrech finds 'the humour' in, temperate, 555, 576, 591.
documents relating to affairs of, 568.
'good resolution taken by the Estates of,' 580 (4).
Deputies from, at Artois, declare their reconciliation with the King, 581 (1).
estimate of charge on, for the army of the Estates for coming year, 585.
the Estates General 'arrest' all merchandise intended for, 587.
their Deputies at Arras, 600 (p. 446).
effect on, of Hembize's revolution in Ghent, 614.
efforts by the Estates General to keep firm, 629, 630, 631, 634, 635, 638, 643, 657.
send their deputies to general meeting of the Estates, 642.
Estates of, assemble at Mons, 655, 656, decide to reconcile themselves to King, dispatch deputies to Arras to conclude with Commissioners of Prince of Parma, 675, 691
-, their deputies insulted in Spanish camp, for insisting on withdrawal of Spanish soldiery
-, consequent talk, at Mons, of fighting the Spaniard, 695.
-, Governor of. See Lalaing, Philippe de.
-, Seneschal of. See Melun, Pierre de.
Hainault and Douay, deputies of, letter from, 581.
Hakendover near Tirlemont, letter dated at, 146.
Halewyn, Walloons at, 420.
-, François de, Seigneur de Sweveghem, Swevingham, Zwevengham, small influence of, 58 (9)
-, Walsingham advised to apply to for Mendoza's instructions, 254, 516 (p. 393)
-, prisoner in hands of men of Ghent
-, effort to procure release of, 302
-, to be delivered to Duke of Cleve, 516
-, escapes from Ghent, to Lille, 694.
Ham, co. Surrey, Queen enters on progress at, 77.
Haman, M. de, son of M. de Helfan, surrendered to Don John at Philippeville and entered his service, 60 (p. 48).
-, Senate of, refuse to renew privileges of Merchant Adventurers, 29, 30
-, copper shipped from, for Bilbao, via Harwich, 32
-, reference to English subsidy sent via, 123
-, privileges of English merchants within jurisdiction of the Hansa League, prior to special agreement with, 131
-, nature of privileges granted by, to English merchants, 132
-, petition by Merchants Adventurers against their exclusion from, 133
-, letter of Senate on subject, 273, 274
-, mentioned, 408 (p. 315)
-, Merchant Adventurers give up keys of house in, 503
-, list of shipments by 'merchant strangers from,' out of England, 624, 625, 626
-, trade to, forbidden, and privileges of the steelyard revoked by order of the Privy Council, 644
-, instances of preferential treatment by, of other nations, to disadvantage of England, 664
-, list of goods packed for delivery in, before prohibition of trade with, 665, 666.
-, letter dated at, 32.
-, Senate of, letters from, 29, 30, 273, 274.
Hamet, M., of Hainault, Governor of Valenciennes, 60 (p. 47).
Hampshire Kerseys, 665.
Hampton Court, Duke John Casimir at, 586.
Hangest, Louis de, Viscount of Argenlieu, or Hargenlieu :—
mentioned in connexion with English loan to Duke John Casimir, 1.
commands French contingent for Estates, 90.
arrangements for payment of his levy, 116, his annoyance at slights put upon his troops, 125.
Davison's remembrances to, 279.
Killigrew's boy left with, 336.
his companies desert from the army of the Estates and go off to Flanders, 358, to Ghent, 362, their excesses, 447, 449, 492, peasants rise against, 550, 555.
approves dispatch of Rogers to Duke John Casimir, 488.
garrison's Vilvorde, 609.
Hanneman, Jacob, merchant of the steelyard, 624.
Hannon, Abbot of. See Wallon-Capellius.
Hanse Towns, Teutonic Hanse Steedes, compel Senate of Hamburg to dismiss Merchant Adventurers, after convention at Lübeck, in retaliation for burdens laid on London Hanse, 29, 30.
-, memorandum of liberties of English privileges within jurisdiction of, prior to special agreement with Hamburg, 131.
-, memorandum of special privileges granted to English merchants at Hamburg, 132.
-, petition to Privy Council by Merchant Adventurers touching withdrawal of privileges at Hamburg by Convention of 'the Hanses,' at Lübeck, 133.
-, named in treaty between Duke of Anjou and the Estates, 163.
-, letter from Senate of Hamburg on the interpretation of letters by, 273.
-, Hamburg Senate profess themselves unable to resist decrees of, against Merchant Adventurers, 503.
-, list of members of the London Steelyard, &c., 624, 625, 626.
-, decree of Privy Council against the Company of the Steelyard, 644.
-, discriminate against Englishmen, 664.
Hantsamen, Ansone, Anzam, Castle of Baron D'Aubigny at, 447, destroyed by 'bowres,' 455, 458.
Harborne, William, obtains rights for English trade in Turkish ports, 613.
Harchies, M. de, Agent of Duke of Anjou, provokes disturbance at Valenciennes, 178, 180.
Harcourt, Harocourt, M. d', returns to France from army of the Estates, 317.
Hargenlieu, Viscount of. See Hangest.
Harlay, Jacques de, Seigneur de Champvallon (Chanvallon), in attendance on Duke of Anjou, 619.
Harocourt. See Harcourt.
Harp, M. van. See Erpe.
-, trade from, to Bilbao, 32
-, mail for Holland goes by, 153
-, trade from, to Morocco, 636.
Hase. See Haase.
Haselünne, Haselune, route via to Frankfort, 626.
-, Henry, third Earl of Huntingdon, at Berwick, to suppress Scottish rising, 171
-, Davison's 'occurrents' to be shewn to, by Killigrew, 336.
Hasty, M. de, of Arras, 367.
Hatton, Sir Christopher, knight, P.C., Vice-Chamberlain to Queen Elizabeth :—
his signature to dispatches from the Privy Council, 91, 92, 174.
conveys information to Walsingham, by Edmund Tremayne of the grounds of the Queen's displeasure with his negotiations in the Netherlands, 102.
news-letter to, from Davison, 104.
Walsingham thanks, by letter
-, he reports, by Tremayne, that the Queen is now appeased, 122.
the Queen consults with regard to instructions (No. 159) to Walsingham, 161.
reports the Queen's views to Walsingham, by Tremayne, 202.
letters to, from Walsingham, with denunciation of Queen's policy both in the Netherlands and in Scotland, and with acknowledgement of the efforts of Privy Council to direct her rightly, 216, 220.
present at the Queen's interview with M. de Bacqueville, when she gave verbal invitation to the Duke of Anjou to visit her, 234, 238.
letter from, to Walsingham, with compliments on his negotiations
-, reports M. de Bacqueville's desire to meet him, 239.
called in by Wilson to support his remonstrances with the Queen, 245, 255.
Killigrew recommends Davison to apply to, with 'advertisements and compliments,' 336.
gets his servant sent over to Holland as Queen's messenger with dispatches, 545.
concerned in Tipper's patent, 571.
Hault. See Ath.
Haultepenne, M. de. See Berlaymont.
Hauron, M. de. Agent of Prince of Parma, 374 (p. 289).
Hausman, Nicholas, his case in the Admiralty Court, 483.
Havana, —, marshal of camp, 615 (p. 460).
Havering atte Bower, Havering, co. Essex, 106.
-, letters dated at, 77, 91, 92, 93, 94, 102.
Havre, Le, 551 (p. 413).
Havrech, taken by Duke of Anjou's forces, 126.
-, Marquis d'. See Croy, Charles Philippe de.
Hawkins, Sir John, 615 (p. 458).
Haxelle, murder by Gauntois, of bailiff and greffier of, 413 (p. 321), 430, the bailiff of 'Vas,' 468 (p. 360).
Hay, Alexander, in England, on embassy, 141.
Hearle, —, Wilson fain to employ, but afraid of, 155.
Helfan, M. de, with Don John, 60 (p. 48).
-, Embese, Embise, Eembize, Hembize, Imbize, Jean van, Burgomaster of Ghent, his violent nature enflamed by Beutterich, 349, 357, 383
-, opposes Ryhove's demand for the appointment of Prince of Orange as Governor, on Beutterich's advice, 394, 395
-, arrested, 398
-, reconciled, outwardly, to Ryhove, 399
-, account of his arrest, murders committed by, &c., 413
-, seeks appointment of Grand Bailiff of Ghent, 425
-, opposes Prince of Orange, 430
-, the Prince accused of caressing, 457
-, opposes release of prisoners of Ghent, 516
-, his faction suppresses Catholic worship, despoils churches, &c., in Ghent, 614.
Hendon, co. Middx., Killigrew residing at, 336.
Heneage, Sir Thomas, letter to, from Walsingham, with personal thanks for good offices, 221.
Hengrave, 'beside St. Edmund's Bury,' co. Suff., letters dated at. 197, 198, 199, 200, 202, 203.
-, Jacques de, Marquis de la Vere, Seigneur d' Auxy, de Tournehem et de West-Capelle, brother of Count Bossu, Governor of Alost, apprehended by men of Ghent, for opposing their imagebreaking, 287 (p. 219), released, 294
-, compelled by men of Ghent to order his garrison to admit them, 295 (p. 225).
-, Maximilien de, Comte de Bossu, Bossut :—
to 'address' forces of Estates General in Gueldres, 13.
English troops to take their orders from, 22.
his regiment in camp at Bois-le-Duc, 61, 62, 63.
describes repulse by his forces, of Spanish attack on camp at Rymenan, 134.
his doubts as to his cavalry, 136. See 139.
dispatch from, to Prince of Orange, on the campaign, 142.
the Queen's refusal of aid reported to, 247.
skirmishes before Louvain, 259.
takes Nivelles, 263.
Duke of Anjou communicates with, by La Noue, 272.
arranges for payment of nachgeldt to Duke John Casimir's reiters, 278.
his troops sell their loot by auction before his very quarters, 279.
his brother arrested by men of Ghent, 287, released, 294.
visits Binche daily, 291.
jealous of French attack on Franche-Comté, 293.
Duke John Casimir, without notice to, marches to aid of men of Ghent, 302, his annoyance, 304 (p. 236).
advances pay out of his private means
-, informs the Estates the army will break up unless they provide remedy, 307.
Duke John Casimir's dislike to serving under, 309.
pay sent to, for army, 333.
request for list of places taken by, 336
-, the list viz. Nivelles, Binche, Gemblours, 350.
-, leaves army and goes to Antwerp, 380, to Dendermonde, 407.
proposal to appoint Deputy Governor of Ghent, 443.
his advice to the Prince of Orange, ibid.
'sick of a pestilent fever,' 450, in danger, 453
-, ill with plague at Antwerp, sorrow of Prince of Orange, 455
-, induced by Papists, when unconscious, to make codicil to will and receive last rites, for the Prince's annoyance, 457.
his death, a loss to the country
-, none of the 'home-bred nobility' competent to replace, 460.
the appointment of his successor, 468 (pp. 360, 361).
-, letters and dispatches from, 134, 142.
Henow, Henoye. See Hainault.
Henry, King of Navarre :—
his wife's reluctance to return to, 21 (p. 16).
François de la Noue leaves, for Duke of Anjou, 37.
reconciled with Biron, ibid.
Don John's Agent with, 53, 60 (p. 48).
English embassy to, to withstrain the Duke of Anjou from his adventure in the Netherlands, qualified by negotiations at Antwerp, 57 (p. 42).
his friends in France arming
-, pacific assurances made to, by King, 71.
offered his wife back, 95.
again complains of Marshal Biron, 111.
his overtures to Queen Elizabeth, mentioned, 124.
named in treaty between the Duke of Anjou and the Estates, 163.
his wife on the road to
-, his distrust of the Queen-Mother, and complaints of Catholic disorders, 187, 188.
secret orders sent to, by Duke of Anjou to put army in readiness to 'serve when required,' 232 (p. 183).
goes to meet his wife, ibid., 235, at Lectoure, 298.
his growing alienation from England, 243.
meets the Queen-Mother and his wife at La Réole
-, towns submit to
-, hopes to enjoy his government quietly
-, his quarrel with Biron continues
-, Poulett's aspiration that he may continue firm in the faith, 323.
plot to separate church of Languedoc from, and put under protection of Duke John Casimir, 369.
attempts to convert
-, his dexterity at conference with Queen-Mother, 393.
suggested hostility to, of Duke of Anjou and Queen-Mother, 423.
seizes Fleurance, 494 (p. 377).
his astuteness baffles the Queen-Mother at Nérac, 579.
Estates of Languedoc demand that he shall enjoy his government, ibid.
danger to, from reconciliation between King and brother, 619.
application to, by Sturmius, re his pension from France, 673.
-, King of Portugal, Cardinal dei Quattro-Incoronati, seeks dispensation from Pope, 287 (p. 219)
-, his age, 484
-, desired by King Philip to nominate his successor, 607
-, assists Spanish views, 661
-, his death expected, 682
-, overtures, by his Ambassador, to England, 686 (p. 519)
-, oath taken to, by the Estates of Portugal and others, 689, 690
-, address by Don Antonio to people of Portugal, in expectation of his 'my good King Henry's' death, 696 (1)
-, notifies various claimants to crown to appear and plead their cause, 696 (2)
-, condemns persons who influenced late King to go on the African expedition, ibid. (4).
Henry II., of France, mentioned, 130 (p. 111).
Henry III., King of France :—
encouraged by his 'minions,' opposes designs in Flanders of his brother the Duke of Anjou, 9.
calls the Duc de Montmorency to Court, and affects reliance on, 9, ibid. (p. 7).
musters troops to counterbalance his brothers, ibid. (p. 6).
refuses audience to de Rosne, ibid., (p. 7).
gives audience only in mother's presence, 9 (p. 8).
buys town of St. Avour, 13.
Poulett confident that he would 'mislike' the aggrandizement of his brother, the Duke of Anjou, if England co-operated with the Duke in Netherlands, 21.
Duke of Guise's discontent with, 21.
windfall for, 21 (p. 15).
complaints to, from Champagne and Burgundy, manipulated by Duke of Guise, 'to make himself dreadful to the King,' 21 (p. 15).
his alleged connivance in his brother's expedition, ibid. (p. 16).
date of his return to Paris, ibid.
Queen Elizabeth bids Duke of Anjou do nothing in derogation of, 25.
his proffer of mediation to the Prince of Orange, on the basis of the States' acceptance of Spanish terms, 27, 33.
acting in concert with his brother the Duke of Anjou
-, popular belief, reported by Davison, 33
-, Poulett's conviction to contrary, 37.
-, provides berths for his 'minions' in Normandy, 37.
Dampmartin asserts that Duke of Anjou has 'got on bad terms with,' on account of enterprise of Netherlands, 45, 46.
report that he had dismissed his 'minions'
-, his friends arming
-, discord between, and brother continues
-, his anger against men of Rochelle, 71
-, his change of mode of life only in outward appearance, 232.
puts out proclamation against brother's enterprise, 77.
levies troops, &c., to deceive Spain, or assure himself against Spanish attacks, 84.
reported to be reconciled to his brother, and to be assisting him, ibid.
assures Pope of his disapproval of brother's enterprise, 95.
-, temporizes with Huguenots, ibid.
his approval of match between his brother and Queen Elizabeth, 106.
Poulett's doubts as to his co-operation with his brother, 108, 111.
his Agent, M. de Bellièvre at Mons with Duke of Anjou, 111, 120, 126
-, to go to Don John, 166, 167, with Don John, 185.
his support of the Duke of Anjou assured, 185, 205.
his attempt on Rochelle, 187.
alters his mode of life, appears in public, ibid., 188.
House of Guise in disgrace with, 187, 188.
Queen Elizabeth anxious to act with, in settlement of Netherlands, 197, (p. 156).
his negotiation with Queen Elizabeth, by M. de Rambouillet, for her marriage with the Duke his brother, &c., 228, 229, 230.
discontent in France at his affection for the 'minions,' 232.
Popish Cantons renounce league with, for want of pay, 232.
Neufville sent to, by the Duke of Anjou, ibid. (p. 183).
receives news of overthrow of Portuguese, ibid., 235.
at Fontainebleau, ibid.
alleged secret intelligences between, and his brother, 286.
expected to attack Burgundy, 287.
in heart opposed to English match for brother
-, sends Villeroy to him, to bid him accept the Infanta with the Netherlands as her dower
-, and with promise of the Lieutenancy of France, 298.
his want of money
-, quarrels between, and Parliament, 298.
proofs of the understanding between, and brother, 318.
protest addressed to, from Burgundy, &c., 323, 393.
his nominee for governorship of Provence refused. 347.
sends mother to appease disputes in Languedoc and Provence, ibid.
letter from, to Queen Elizabeth, 360, 361.
Parliament of Dijon proposes war shall be waged on, for his breach of neutrality of Franche Comté. 362.
memorial to, from Estates of Normandy for reduction of imposts, 392, his reply, 551, 667.
idles at Olinville. while country is disintegrated, 393.
his wife barren
-, proposal to divorce
-, his marriage to the Infanta to be negotiated, ibid. (p. 302)
-, alludes himself to his re-marriage, 650 (p. 486).
alleged readiness of, to assist Duke of Anjou, if acknowledged as 'Lord' of the Netherlands, 397.
strange indifference of, to troubles brewing in France, 423.
'requests touching intended navigations,' addressed to
-, copies secured by Powlett, and forwarded to England, 423.
revolt of French provinces from, causes return of Duke of Anjou to France, 468.
invites brother to Court, who refuses, 478.
inferences from his inaction
-, French discontents discredited, 494 (p. 377).
his brother's return at his desire, 496.
the Bishop of Ross accredited to, 516, by Papal brief, 565.
the Duke of Guise procures the murder of one of his minions, 548.
memorial to, from the Estates of Brittany against M. de la Roche, 553.
encourages brother's voyage to England
-, anxious to see him before he goes, ibid.
informed of Châtillon's outrage, 579.
his replies to the Provincial Estates
-, their close understanding with each other, &c., 579, 667.
will be 'forced to call a Parliament,' ibid. (p. 431).
the manner of his brother's reconciliation with, 619
-, rewards the procurer of it, ibid.
-, Duke sleeps in his chamber, 635.
departs with brother, the Duke of Guise, and Cardinal de Guise, in one coach, for country, ibid. (p. 465).
reciprocal oath between, and Knights of St. Esprit, against Religion, 623.
his suit for Queen Elizabeth's hand, when Duke of Anjou, 633.
rumoured results of his interview with brother, 634.
description by Poulett of audience with, 650, 651.
his concessions to Provincial Estates, 667.
his acception of the Duke of Anjou
-, provides for the Duke's voyage to England, on scale of his own journey to Poland, ibid.
his jealousy of Bussy, ibid.
-, letters and dispatches from, 360, 361
-, to, 392.
Henry VI., of England, 131.
Hensburgh, Martin, of the steelyard, 624, 627.
Henuyers. See Hainault.
Herald, sending a, 'is commonly the denunciation of war,' 89 (pp. 68-69).
Herbert, Henry, Earl of Pembroke, 111.
-, Herentals, the Walloons given rendezvous at, 493, consequent discontent of Brabant, 494
-, reinforced, 504
-, the Prince of Parma expected to besiege, 587
-, French troops refuse to follow Rossel to, 591
-, attacked by Prince, ibid.
-, Spaniards retire on, but do not assault, 600, 601.
Heresyne, M., captain for the Estates at St. Omer, 60.
Herries, Lord. See Maxwell.
-, Hesding, description of, 60
-, garrisoned by the Viscount of Ghent, 455, 458
-, assembly at, of nobility of Artois, 623
-, the Viscount to be governor of, for King Philip, 629, 635.
-, letter dated at, 617.
-, Governors of. See Montmorency
Hessele, J., de, Councillor, apprehended and imprisoned at Ghent, executed, 294.
Hèze, M. de. See Hornes.
Hierges, M. d'. See Berlaymont, Gilles de.
Hinckaert, Jean, Seigneur d' Ohain, 'M. d' Ohen,' Postmaster General, sent to Ghent, 362.
Hivery, Stephano d', his murder, 560.
Hocelles, M. de, of Bapaume, 379.
Hoddesdon, Christopher, step-son of Sir Francis Walsingham :—
complaint from, to Lord Burghley, of arrest of copper sent from Hamburg to Harwich for transshipment to Bilbao, 32.
'Occurrents' forwarded by, ibid.
note of his share in negotiating loan to the Estates, 130.
Hogan, Edmund, summoned before Privy Council for exporting munitions of war to Morocco, 636.
-, Dems, [Altemps] Count Anniball von, his death reported, 142
-, brings reinforcements to Don John, 271, 295 (p. 226)
-, commands 'Germans' for the Prince of Parma, 591.
-, Hollac, Holloque, Holo, Philip, Count of, attempts relief of Carpen, 502
-, a company of his soldiers expelled from Alost, 555 (p. 417)
-, organizing 'reiters,' at Bergen-op-Zoom, 595, 601 (p. 447), 609, 621, 628.
-, effect of Treaty of Breda in, 59 (p. 40)
-, Duke of Anjou's enterprise disapproved in, 76
-, liability repudiated by, for English advances spent in defence of Zealand, 356
-, cashier Isentein's regiment 362
-, towns in, to give the Queen collateral security, 517, 610, 638
-, the object of the Prince of Orange, to 'fence in,' 522
-, dependence of Artois on, 587.
Holland and Zealand
-, guns from Tournai captured in campaign in, 58
-, natural strength of, 114 (p. 93), 'conquest' of, by Prince of Orange, 130 (p. 112)
-, separation of, from Netherlands, under Prince forecasted, 153
-, efforts to revive cloth trade in, 164
-, French troops to be conveyed in ships of, to attack Spanish empire in West Indies, 185
-, deputies of, assembled with those of 'Frize, Guelders, Groningen and Overyssel' at 'Newmeghen' to conclude a league offensive and defensive against all comers, 287 (p. 219)
-, conclude the Union of Utrecht, 339 (p. 259), 544, 555
-, give no comfort to men of Ghent, 352
-, English demand for satisfaction of claims of Merchant Adventurers against, 356
-, no help to be expected from, by Ghent, 383 (p. 295)
-, inference from their success in gaining their liberties, 403
-, opposed to general assembly of the Estates at Brussels, 494 (p. 376)
-, Spanish demand that Prince of Orange should retire to his government of, 523
-, their contribution to army of the Estates, over and above troops maintained by, 585
-, letter to the Estates of, from Queen Elizabeth, for recovery of money lent to them by Mr. Goddard, 632
-, deputies from, arrive at convocation of the Estates General, 647, 656
-, determination of Spain to chastise, 661
-, Queen Elizabeth demands reparation from, on behalf of merchants of Ipswich, 662, 663.
-, Estates of, letters and dispatches to 632, 663.
-, Master of the Chamber of Accounts of. See Bic.
Holloque, Count. See Hohenlohe.
Holmes, Edward and Humphrey, of Newbury, clothiers, 627.
Holo, Count. See Hohenlohe.
Holst, Duke of. See Adolf.
Hondschot, Honscote, near Dixmude, put under contribution by Walloons, 394.
Honscote. See Hondschot.
Hoops, trade in, 58.
Horatio. See Pallavicino.
Horeham, Horham, co. Essex, letters, &c., dated at, 234, 239, 241, 244.
Hornes, Guillaume de, Baron de Hèze :—
his regiment in camp at Bois-le-Duc, 61, 62, 63.
presents petition against religious toleration to Lords of Brussels, 166.
his defection from the Estates deplored by Queen Elizabeth, 197.
disorders by his regiment, for want of pay, 276, they seize and fortify a town, 287 (p. 218), abetted by Duke of Anjou, 295 (p. 225), defeat the men of Ghent, 302.
visits the Walloon regiments, 339 (p. 259).
declares for the Walloons, 352.
goes with Montigny to Mons, 394.
composition between, and men of Lille, on behalf of the Walloons, 420, 444.
hostile to Spain, 425.
M. de la Motte intrigues with, 455.
his 'worse than' madness hinders agreement between the Estates and the Walloons, 496, ibid. (p. 379).
not disposed to admit M. de la Motte into his society, he being a nobleman, and La Motte 'scant a gentleman,' 516.
goes over to Spanish party, 568 (3).
on army estimate of the Estates for coming year, 585.
in command of Walloons, 609, 621.
at Gravelines, with M. de la Motte, 621.
his contract (No. 568) with MM. de Montigny and la Motte approved by Hainault, 655, 656.
forms league with M. de Montigny and Count Egmont, 694, 695.
Hôtel de Nassau, letter dated at, 296, 297.
Houart, —, of Brussels, on mission to Ghent, 304.
Houfflin, J., countersigns for Estates of Netherlands, 51, 72.
Howard, —, Lord Howard, his servant captured by Spaniards, 524, 570.
Hoy, a, 32.
Hueriblock, Hurlebleck, —, Eschevin of Ghent, 357.
would act with Duke of Anjou, in event of strife between him and his brother, the King, 9.
Poulett instructed to incite them to join with Duke of Anjou, and England, in their intervention in Netherlands, 21.
attacked by Catholics in Périgueux, 21 (p. 15).
distrustful of French diplomatic appointments, ibid.
their dread of the Guise faction, ibid. endeavour to prejudice, against Duke of Anjou, ibid. (p. 16).
their growing distrust of the Duke, ibid.
assertion by the Duke that he is acting with assent of 'princes Protestant of France,' 33.
give information to Poulett, 37.
preparations in France possibly directed against
-, pacific assurances to, 71, 95.
their jealousy of the Duke of Anjou's adventure in Netherlands, 87 bis.
smouldering hostility to, in France, 95.
inclined to take service with the Duke of Anjou, 111.
'a gentleman of the Religion,' employed by Duke, 120 (p. 99), 123.
'never in greater jealousy and distrust,' 187.
dread a reconciliation between the Duke of Anjou and Spain, 188.
learn, from example of Netherlands, to distrust English aid, 215.
their suspicions of proposal to create 'half-spiritual knights' of St. Esprit, 323.
plot to divide, pitting Duke John Casimir against the King of Navarre, in Languedoc, 369.
Queen-Mother provokes war with, as remedy to leagues of provinces and nobles against crown, 393, 423.
attempts to seduce King of Navarre and Prince de Condé from, ibid.
preaching stopped at Rouen by the Parliament, ibid. (p. 302).
knights of St. Esprit, to crusade against, 407 (p. 312), 623 (p. 468).
Duke John Casimir excuses his conduct in Netherlands to, 473.
demand by the Estates of Languedoc for free exercise of religion throughout realm, &c., 579.
their dislike of Montmorency, ibid. (p. 431).
message sent by King to mother, 'feared by those of the religion' to be 'full of poison,' 619.
'to root out religion by all means possible, 'the object of French policy and the Queen-Mother's negotiations, 619 (pp. 464, 465).
one of the deputies from the Estates of Normandy a Huguenot, 667.
Sturmius' views on, 673.
- See also Religion.
Hulst, anti-Catholic revolution provoked in, by men of Ghent, 621.
Hundreth penny, levy of, 675, 695.
Hungarians, in service of the Estates, 587, 601 (p. 447), 641.
Hungary, King of. See Corvinus.
Hunsdon, Lord. See Cary, Henry.
Huntingdon, Earl of. See Hastings.
-, Philippe, Comte de Cheverny, Chancelier of France, appointed keeper of Great Seal, 298
-, tries to reconcile King with the Duke of Guise, 553
-, mentioned, 650.
Hurlebleck. See Hueriblock.
Huy, letters intercepted at, 295 (p. 225).