Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 18, July 1583-July 1584. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1914.
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Dalberg, Wolfgang von, Elector and Archbishop of Mainz, proposed as a mediator at Cologne, 50;
wishes to remain neutral, 63;
at Assembly in that town, 112;
thought to be inclined to marry, 96;
said to have made much of Duke Casimir, 296;
going to the Assembly at Rotenburg, 429.
Dale, Dr. Valentine, a debt of, 146;
complaints against, 279.
-, -, son-in-law of, 147.
Dalton, Captain, one of the betrayers of Alost. see Doulton.
Damascus, Damasco, tribute of, to the Sultan, 88.
Damme or Damm, is well provided and stuffed with soldiers, 33;
some enterprise against, feared, 174, 183, 236, 263, 276;
cannot be harmed till the frost comes, 202;
a plan to join, to Holland and Zeeland, has “missed,” 296;
garrison of, mutiny of, 361;
a sergeant-major at, 401.
-, letter dated at, 31.
Dampierre (d'Ampire), house of the Duke of Guise, 17.
Dandon, M., troops under, 272.
Danett, Audley, papers in hand of, 46;
sent to the Queen, 61, 100;
takes instructions to Norreys, 101.
Daniel, the prophet, the “times” given by, 130.
Danube (Tanaw), the river, 86.
Danvers, Charles, letter from, 658.
-, -, father of, 658.
Danzay, Charles de, French envoy in Denmark, letter from, 273.
Danzig, Dantzig, Danske, John Herbert at, 62;
burgomasters of, 63;
removal of English trade from, ibid.
Darcy, Mistress, of co. Gloucester, a Jesuit harboured by, 534.
Darnley, Henry, King of Scotland, blowing up of, alluded to, 335.
Dathenus, Pierre, minister, is summoned back to Ghent, 50, 175;
commissioner to treat with the Malcontents, 373, 374, 375;
speech of, against the Prince of Orange, 575.
Dauphiny (Dolphine), letters seized in, 3;
great stirs in, 76;
Montpensier deprived of the government of, 104;
places surprised by the Huguenots of, 230.
David, King, saying of, quoted, 329.
Davis, John, 138.
Davison, William, sent to the Scots King, 501, 541;
the Scots King's speeches to, alluded to, 579.
-, -, letters to, 529, 607.
Davys, John, of Salisbury, death of, 6.
Deal Castle, Cobham lands near, 196.
Dee, Mr., an Englishman, and his family, living at Cracow, 558.
Defficke, a quartermaster, urges Alost to hold out, 240.
Del Bene (d'Elbene). See Bene, del.
Delfino (Zachary), Cardinal, the priory of Verona given to, 650.
Delfshaven, Count van den Berg and his family under guard at, 255.
Delft, States General to meet at, 246;
the Prince of Orange at, 302, 346, 415;
travellers from or to, 516, 563;
a commissioner at, apprehended, 560;
murder of the Prince of Orange at, see Nassau, William of;
narrow escape of French and Papists at, 626;
Archbishop Truchsess at, 628;
Paul Buys at, 630;
Meetkerke at, 631.
-, letters dated at, 313, 321, 339, 340, 352, 353 (2), 362 (2), 458, 461, 486, 513, 524 (2), 555, 563, 565, 568, 574, 578, 579.
-, articles dated at, 655.
-, Great Church of, the Prince of Orange to be buried in, 628.
-, physicians of, report of, alluded to, 628.
-, States General at, 415, 574, 643.
Delfzyl, forts and village near, taken, 144, 193.
Demetrius, Emanuel, 609.
Demutius, Commissioner, sent back to Rome, 49.
Dendermonde, Dermonde, Termonde, the enemy's horse sent towards, 43;
Ryhove withdraws to, 147, 151;
attempt to seize, 152;
plot to displace Ryhove at, 175;
supplies to be sent to, 176;
Spanish forces lying about, 202;
prisoners at, 193, 381;
passage to, dangerous, 246;
is under the Gantois, 319;
the enemy desires to straiten, 353;
and to hinder the passage to, 363;
“pretended” expedition to, 402, 403;
commissioners' said to be gone from, to Tournay, 447;
Parma sends troops to lie about, 485;
Ryhove returns to, ibid.;
is “assured” to the Prince of Orange, 482;
those of Ghent apply for aid from, 489;
forces sent from, to Ghent, 498;
plan to hinder the closing in of, 528;
to be offered to the French King, 554;
the Prince of Parma boasts that he will soon have, 560;
men and munition sent to, 565;
depends upon the passage to Antwerp being free, 608.
-, letter dated at, 147.
-, governor of. See Ryhove.
-, the river going to. See Scheldt, the.
-, Scots soldiers at, plot of, to surrender, 423, 424.
Denmark, King of. See Frederick II.
-, Duke Magnus of, death of, 100.
-, John Herbert goes to, 8;
regulations in case of war between Russia and, 139;
Ségur goes to, 245;
lords of, good disposition of, 274;
ships of, sent out to “impeach the passage” of the English, 294;
expence to, of the maintenance of foreign horsemen, 409.
-, ambassadors from, coming to the christening of the child of the Prince of Orange, 504.
-, Chancellor of. See Kaas.
-, envoys to and from. See Ambassadors.
-, letters from, 451 (2).
-, notes of negotiations between England and, 191, 192.
Dennetières (Dentyeeres), captain of the Prince of Chimay's guard, 404, 473;
called the governor of the governor of Flanders, 150;
believed to be won by Parma, 474.
Deny, Captain, ship captured by, 132, 135.
Dericke, Janet, a papist, going into England, 186.
Desmond, Earl of. See Fitzgerald. Des Pruneaux. See Sorbiers, Roch des.
Dessau, in Anhalt, letter dated at, 531.
De Ubiquitate, the doctrine of, 131.
Deutz, inhabitants of, have fled, 50;
some from Bonn thought to be hidden in, 73;
Casimir and his allies retire to, 112.
-, Abbéy of, a garrison put into, by Salentin, 50, 63, 64;
attacked and set fire to by a party under the Count of Solms, 64, 72.
Deux Ponts or Zweibrucken (Biponts), John, Duke of, asks the French King to aid Truchsess, 5;
is marching to relieve Bonn, 6;
the French King sends a messenger to, 38;
proposed as a mediator at Cologne, 50.
Deventer, will accept the Prince of Orange as Count, 254;
refuses victuals for the States' camp, 516.
Didsbury, Disbery, William, late Mayor of Rye, complaint against, 556, 557.
Dieppe, travellers to or from, 5, 6, 181, 185, 340, 414, 419, 515;
ships of or at, 36, 82, 146, 249, 287;
the Guises, &c. at, 57;
the Duke of Lennox at, 199, 201;
letter sent from, 357;
Jesuit seminary at, for English and Scots (qy. Eu), 627.
-, Admiralty officers at, reference to, 146;
order to, 653.
-, document dated at, 186.
-, Road of, ships in, 419.
Dier or Dyer (Dayre), Edward, in danger from his creditors, 307;
at Antwerp, 335;
movements of, 353, 355, 390;
information by, 362;
to take Leicester's place at a christening, 530;
articles presented by, to the Prince of Orange, 653.
-, -, letters from, 338, 346.
-, -, wife of, 307.
Digby (Dickby), Mr., in Paris, 420.
Dilbourg, near Arnhem, design upon, discovered, 355.
Dillenburg, in Westfalia, Duke Casimir going to, 128.
Dinkelsbühl (Dinckelspiel, Dunckelspiesol), Assembly of the Imperial towns to be held at, 360, 407.
Ditmarshe, banks of, 496;
county of, belongs to the King of Denmark and Duke of Holstein, ibid.
Divodan, a native of, 198.
Dixmude, will not receive the French, 21;
intended siege of, 23, 27, 30;
English captains to go to, 26, 30;
“adieu” to, 31;
surrender of, 35, 42, 45, 46;
the Prince of Parma receives oath of fidelity at, 50;
a Spaniard made governor of, 126;
garrisoned by the enemy, 171;
walls of, to be razed, 194;
the Prince of Parma going to, 523.
-, Malcontent governor of. See James, Captain.
Dodoe, M. [qy. d'Audou (ref. 1) or d'Audon], at Montreal, 248.
Doele, the, sconce at, forces at, 580;
is abandoned, 581, 586.
Doesbourg, intended delivery of, to the Spaniards, 247.
English, desired, 609, 610;
Dollenville. See Olainville.
Dombes, Prince of. See Bourbon, Henri de.
Domeville, on the Dordogne, taken by the Huguenots, 103.
Dor, Pietro, servant of Don Antonio, 149.
Dordrecht, Dort, travellers to, 148, 149, 525;
the Prince of Orange to be created Count of Holland at, 254;
licences to be paid at, 363;
the Prince of Orange at, see Nassau, William of.
-, letters, &c. dated at, 179, 203, 204, 286, 587.
-, magistrates of, indignation of, against Villiers “the minister,” 626, 627;
discourse with Herle, 628.
-, the people of, resolve to revenge the Prince of Orange's death, and desire Elizabeth's protection, 626;
will live and die in the cause, 627;
information from, 629.
-, States General to meet at, 100, 101;
assembling of, 125, 127, 137, 139, 149, 151, 152, 175;
hopes of good effect from, 176;
meeting of, 192, 203, 210, 219, 240;
nothing yet settled at, 169, 208;
good resolutions taken by, 171.
Doria (d'Oria), Don Juan Andrea de, or the Prince of, commander of Neapolitan galleys, 107;
is going to Spain, 133;
is at Madrid, 229;
takes troops to Genoa, 585, 643;
is bringing men and money against the Low Countries, 608;
said to be going to Malta, 643;
Cardinal Granvelle lodges with, 650.
Dorn, near Antwerp, fortifications at, 12.
Dorne [qy. Ordingen] on the Rhine, still holds out for Truchsess, 551.
Dorp, Captain Adrian van der, taken prisoner, 148;
soldiers of, killed, 148;
is “half discontented” with the Prince of Orange, 311.
-, van den, the junker, is going to England, 594.
Dorset and Somerset, Vice-Admiral of. See Hawley, Francis.
Dorsten, near Cologne, siege of, 241.
Dotechem (Dittegam, Dottigam), intended delivery of, to the Spaniards, 247;
Truchsess marches to, 431.
Douai, English students at, 48.
-, professor at, see Stapleton.
Douglas, Archibald, Earl of Angus, reported murder of, 29;
the Scots King has got free from, 36;
is or will be beheaded, 37;
is said to have escaped to Berwick, 465;
and to have negotiated with Leicester and Walsingham, 501.
-, (du Glas), Sir Archibald, delivers a memoire to Mauvissière, 484.
-, James, Earl of Morton (Moreton) in Paris, 4;
audiences granted to, 29, 39.
-, -, servants of, 4.
-, one, in Paris, 198.
Doulton or Dalton, Captain, 30, 31;
aids in giving up Alost, 240, 246.
Dover, 269, 339, 381;
harbour of, building of, 247, 505, 507;
provisions sent from, to the “enemy,” 36;
customer at, 77;
the Flemings at, 79;
Mendoza's servant stayed at, 333.
-, Castle, 526;
lieutenant of, see Barrey, Richard.
-, letter dated at, 24.
-, officers of the port of, ordered to apprehend suspected persons, 185.
Dowce or Douce, John, a servant of Walsingham, 414, 419.
Doyley, Thomas, letter from, 148.
-, Mr., with Waad in Spain, 398.
Draconis [qy. di Racconigi], chief counsellor to the Duke of Savoy, has gone to Loretto, 17.
Drake, Sir Francis, 542;
negotiations to obtain restoration of part of his plunder, 467, 468.
-, -, a brother of, 542.
Dresden, good reception of the King of Navarre's legates at, 410;
the Elector of Saxony's daughter to be married at, 385, 429.
Dreux, Gualtier, Count of, of the House of France, descent from, 104.
Dricadas, the, 501.
Driveryi (?), Lorenzo, merchant at Dunkirk, 635.
Dromedaries, ships called, 504.
Dublin, a Franciscan friar believed to be made Archbishop of, 624.
Ducé, letters dated from, 469, 470, 484.
Duckett, Sir Lionel, merchant of London, 292, 293.
Dudley, Ambrose, Earl of Warwick, a servant in the family of. See Martin, George.
-, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 212, 256, 457, 641;
instructions from, mentioned, 109;
Mendoza says he has been made much of by, 222;
assistance of, requested, 309;
Roger Williams' dependence on, 310;
is said to have met the Spanish ambassador at dinner, 314;
book dedicated to, 316;
the Prince of Chimay's friendship for, 366;
suggested as commander, 406;
his neglect of Stafford, 476;
message to, 486;
Scots rebels said to have secretly negotiated with, 501;
journey of, ibid.;
letters from, desired, 510;
has investigated Carenzone's scheme, 564;
wishes Carenzone to negotiate concerning the Low Countries' debt, 567;
a letter to be shown to, 623;
orders a ship to be stayed, 635;
visit of, to Buxton, 540, 557;
the hopes of the Low Countries rest upon, 641.
-, -, chamber of, at the court, 652.
-, -, letter from, 529.
-, -, letters to, 601, 625, 635.
-, -, recommendation by, 373.
-, -, servants of. See Marten, Capt. William;
Dumfermline (Downefarmlyn), Earl of. See Seton, Alexander.
Dun, Frederick, Herr von, of Prussia, his reiters, 55.
Dunkirk, 78, 232, 245, 246, 338;
siege of, 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 14;
succour promised to, by Monsieur, 10;
French troops enter, ibid.;
danger that it will be lost, 11;
succour for, desired, 15;
surrender of, to the Prince of Parma, 18, 20–23, 29;
alluded to, 34, 35, 37, 149;
said to have been sold by the French, 18;
report that Monsieur is coming again to besiege, 19;
artillery sent to, 39;
provisions coming to, captured, 77;
government of, given to the Spaniards, 126, 270;
a great castle to be built at, 195;
quarrel at, between the Spaniards and Walloons, 220;
Spanish ships going to, 220, 271;
travellers to and from, 516;
ships of, vessels taken by, 569;
merchant at, 635.
-, commander at, for the Prince of Parma, see La Motte;
lieutenant of horse at, see Rebours;
Malcontent governor of, see Escovado.
-, letter dated at, 1.
-, magistrates or “Messieurs” of, messenger sent from to the States General, 1.
-, news from, 326.
-, provisions sent to, from England or Holland, 30, 42, 56, 488, 523, 635, 637;
sending of, should be barred, 497;
sending of, prohibited, 504.
Du Pin, Jacques Lallier (Alliarius), Sieur, Secretary of State to King of Navarre, document countersigned by, 5;
letter from, alluded to, 387;
blame laid upon, 497.
Dupuis, a captain of the Duke of Guise, 231.
Duras, Madame de, a lady of the Queen of Navarre, dismissal of, 53, 58, 59, ordered to Paris, 67;
sent to Madame de Nesle, 99;
the King's reason for dismissing, 104.
-, -, brother of, 67.
Durbent, in Asia Minor, Turkish army in, 438.
Durham, bishopric of, practices of gentlemen of, to be discovered, 495.
Dusseldorf, proposed Assembly at, 50;
traveller to, 462.
-, letters dated at, 422, 540.
Dutch language, 461.
-, (i.e. German), nation, damage likely to accrue to, by banishing the English trade, 518.
Dutton, Mr., a gentleman of Mr. Vice-Chamberlain, lately in the Inquisition at Rome, 236.
Duyveland, the States of Zeeland have set order in, 595.
Dyer. See Dier.
Dymock, John, merchant of London, 292;
sent to Sweden, and imprisoned, 293.