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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Ubiquitarian doctors, preach and write against Ségur, 547.
Uldernich [qy. Ordingen], still left to Truchsess, 632.
Umfrye, Christopher, money to be paid to, 504, 520.
Unkel (Onckel), people of, fire on troops going down the Rhine, 49.
Unton (Umpton), Edward, hopes of rescuing, 66;
not yet set free, 75.
-, -, letter to, 340.
-, Mr., speeches of, are suspicious, 476;
is gone to Rome, 481;
Parry writes concerning, 657.
Urbino, Francesco Maria, Duke of, did not visit the French King when in Venice, 99;
appointed general of the foot for the Spanish King in Italy, 113, 292;
in command of Spanish cavalry in Italy, 378;
desires the title of Alteze etc., from the Emperor, 558.
-, -, secretary of, 558.
Utenhove (Ouytenhove), Charles, Sieur de Hooghevalle, a Flanders deputy, sent to Hembyse, 149;
commissioner from Ghent to treat with the Malcontents, 375;
made chief burgomaster of Ghent, 423.
-, -, cousin of, mentioned, 423.
Utrecht, deputies sent to, from Flanders, 89;
difference between lords and commons at, concerning their contributions, 100;
news sent from, 143;
a fort built to defend, 148.
-, allies itself with Holland and Zeeland, 207, 285;
contributions from, to maintain the wars, 311;
dominion of, gained by Charles V, 496;
the enemy may enter Holland by way of, 629;
forces to be provided by, 655.
-, bishopric of, will take the Prince of Orange for their Count, 254.
-, deputies of, not yet come to the meeting of the States General, 80;
did not go to Middelburg, 100, 101.
-, States of, agree to provide the Prince of Orange with money to pay their forces, 254.
-, Union of (Concordia Trajectanae), alluded to, 588, 590.
Uzes (Sezza) Duchess d', messages sent to the Queen of Navarre by, 58.
Val de Grace, near Paris, letter dated at, 549.
Valentia, tumult in, feared, 18;
recruits in, 367.
Valery, Captain, plunders an English ship, 146.
Vatteville, in Normandy, shipmasters of, 287.
Vau, Mademoiselle de, alias Barbe, a chambermaid of the Queen of Navarre, dismissal of, 53;
sent to her husband's friends, 67.
Vaughan (Vahan), knavery of, discovered, 552.
Veeche, Heyndrick van de, a merchant of the Brill, flyboat of, taken, 132.
Veere, Ter Veere, Vere or Camphere, in Walcheren, 520, 525;
Prince and Princess of Orange i at, 81;
Scots merchants at, 513.
-, ships of, daily bring in prizes, 595, 596.
-, Marquis-ship of, part of the J Princess of Orange's dowry, 632.
Vellutelli, Acerbo, his licence for currants, revoked, 268, 291.
-, -, letter from, 291.
Veluwe, Veloue, the, the enemy's forces in, 310;
the enemy has retired out of, 363;
Count Hohenlohe and his forces go into, 431.
Vendôme, Cardinal de. See Bourbon, Charles de.
Venetian cloths, trade in, 3;
couriers, letters of, seized, 308;
horse, captain of, see Poppoli, Count de;
merchant, see Stango.
-, ships or galleys, defeat those of Malta, 136;
Maltese ships seized by, 181;
attacked by corsairs, 297;
trading to England, new imposts not demanded from, 463, 464, 586.
Venetians, the, “grudge” at the English trade in Turkey, 3;
their league with the Turks, conditions of, 136;
the King of Spain's league with, 304, 367;
are believed to have intercepted Harborne's letters, 442.
Venice, the Duc de Joyeuse going to or at, 17, 19, 54;
news from, 87, 267, 643, 649, 651;
Henry III's visit to, alluded to, 99;
Archduke Ernest leaves, 107;
loss of Cyprus by, alluded to, 136;
would accept an ambassador from Elizabeth, 238;
said to be injured by the English “traffic” with the Turk, 358;
travellers from, 557;
new tax imposed by, to be suspended, 586;
robbers and capparvoli taken or put to flight at, 649.
-, letters dated at, 268, 587, 636;
letters sent by way of, 179, 501.
-, Duke or Doge of. See Ponte.
-, -, and Council or Senate of, have dealt strangely with the English, 268;
the Queen writes to, 463;
letter of, alluded to, 636.
-, Senate or College of, “the Signoria,” orders of, in regard to English letters, 179;
demands of, to the Sultan, 181;
forbid the writing of news, 268, 440;
difference between England and, concerning new imposts, 268, 463, 586, 636;
new imposts by, complaint of, 291;
a merchant acquitted and rewarded by, 328;
were more kind to “the Lady Elizabeth” than to the Queen, 342;
the growing greatness of Spain a danger to, 345;
order their Bailo in Turkey to procure the expulsion of the English, 443;
their jealousy of Harborne, 501;
give up galleys to the knights of Malta, 651.
-, -, secretary of, 636.
-, Savii grandi at, matter referred to, 636.
-, Sovranno at, banished, 635.
-, agent of the Duke of Florence at, 136;
the Buzzentori at, 54;
a Spanish secretary (acting as agent) at, 292;
“regent” of, in Zante, see Veniero.
-, church of San Fantino at, 651.
-, gulfs and seas of, the Turks must not be attacked in, 136.
Veniero, Anthony, Venetian “regent” in Zante, edict published by, 464.
Venlo, forces from, with Count Neuenaar, 256.
Venturi, Roberto, a follower of the Due de Joyeuse, 3.
Vercelli, Due de Joyeuse ill at, 67.
-, Bishop of. See Buonuomo.
Verdugo, Francisco, Spanish commander in the Low Countries, is bringing forces against the Elector Truchsess, 4;
surprise of Zutphen by [his troops];
is made its governor, 148;
coming to join the Bishop of Liége near Wesel, 430, 431;
has retired in haste out of Embden land, 507;
said to be marching to relieve Zutphen, 516.
-, Don Juan de, Spanish captain, killed, 60.
Verdun, the Due d'Epernon's reception at, 60.
Vere, Edward de, Earl of Oxford, suggested as commander of the horse, 406.
Vere. See Veere.
Vergerio, Aurelio, Cavaliere, letters sent by, 404, 407.
-, -, letters from and to, 237.
-, -, brother of, 238.
Vergier, Verger, M. du, chancellor to the Queen of Scots, desires to be discharged of his place, 523;
is resigning his post, 557.
-, -, letter from, 523.
Verona, travellers to, 464;
priory of, given to Cardinal Delfino, 650.
Verstingham, an Englishman in. Paris, concerned in printing libels against the Queen, 299;
imprisonment of, 315;
release of, procured by the nuncio, 319;
is conveyed away to Rome, 416.
Veupont, a traitor, excepted from pardon, 289.
Vicenza, travellers to, 464.
Videville, M. de. See Milon.
Vieheuser, Sigismund, Imperial Vice-Chancellor, 437;
letter countersigned by, 321.
Vienna, the Emperor and Archduke Ernest both absent from, 97;
news from, 107;
letter sent by way of, 179;
travellers to, 557, 564.
-, letters dated at, 91 (2), 103.
Vienne, Claude Antoine de, Seigneur de Clervant, brings demands of the Huguenots to the King, 165;
is taking the King's answer to the King of Navarre, 215, 229;
explains the King of Navarre's reasons for sending into Germany, 230;
interviews of, with the French King and his mother, 250, 251;
brings letters from the King of Navarre, 315;
goes back to the King of Navarre, 325, 333;
commission given to, 349;
a chief confidant of the King of Navarre, 359;
letter to, intercepted, 360;
expected at Paris, 419;
comes to Paris, 427 (?);
fear of treachery towards, at court, 448.
-, -, letter from, 463.
Vienne, Bishop of. See Villars.
Vigandi, Ubiquitarian doctor, writes and preaches against Ségur, 547.
Vigua (d'Avigua, Divega), .Antonio da, letter from, 260.
Vigues (Vigo), John de, a messenger to and from France, 119, 185, 200, 248, 259, 268, 340, 365, 549.
Vijove (Veov), a god with power only to do harm, 411.
Villars, Peter de, Bishop of Vienne, character of, 621.
Villeneuve, Sieur de. See Cormont.
Villequier, René de, Baron de Cler vaux, report that the govern ment of Paris and Isle de France is to be taken from, 104.
Villeroy, Seigneur de. See Neufville.
Villiers, Sieur de. See Zoete.
-, Pierre de Loyseleur, Sieur de, minister of the Prince of Orange, representations of, to the Prince of Orange, 311;
sends letters to Walsingham, 457;
goes to Dermonde, 485;
as long as he governs the State, the Prince of Orange will never be Count of Hol land, 555;
Carenzone lays his scheme before, 564;
the Prince's last marriage said to have been “procured” by, 575;
the Prince's murder attributed to his ambition and carelessness, 626, 627;
deceived by Gerard's statements, 627;
urges the people to rely on the French, 631;
takes possession of part of the Prince of Orange's papers, 631.
-, -, letters from, 40, 353, 573.
-, -, brother-in-law of, See St. Martin.
-, -, children of, 574.
-, -, memoire by, 574.
-, a captain under Taxis, company of, 553.
Vilna, in Transylvania, the King of Poland at, 558.
Vilvorde (Wilfort), isolated by the loss of Rupelmonde, 154;
supplies for, 176, 193, 596;
the enemy desires to “straiten,” 353;
plan to hinder the closing in of, 528;
to be offered to the French King, 554;
“straitened” by the enemy, 629.
Vin, grand service du, 72.
Vincennes, Bois de. See Bois de Vincennes.
Vincent, Captain, aids in betraying Alost, 240;
brought to Flushing, 641.
-, -, servant of, 517.
-, Thomas, sent from the Inquisition at Rome to the galleys, 301.
Virgil (“the Mantuan poet”), quotations from, 153, 424.
Visconte, Monseignor de, late commissioner to Malta, said to be appointed nuncio to France, 114.
Viteaux, Baron de. See Prat.
Vitelli, Alessandro, father of Vincenzo, 114.
-, Chiappino, “who served in Flanders” with Alva, bastard daughter of, 114.
-, Vincenzo, lieutenant-general of the Pope, slain by the Roman barons, 114.
-, -, wife and children of, 114.
-, -, sons of, 209.
-, -, brother of, to disband his bravos, 209.
Viterbo, Bishop of. See Gambara.
Vitri, Mademoiselle de, marriage of, 104.
Vittemont, alias Robles, lordship of, 496.
Vivonne, Jean de, Sieur de St.
Gouard, marriage of, 104;
welcomes Stafford to France, 154;
ambassador in Spain, to be sent to Rome, 522.
Vrasene, Flanders, enemy's horse at, 210.
Waad, William, clerk of the Council, his mission to the Emperor, 85, 224;
portrait of Duke Casimir sent to, 134;
opinion of, desired, 233;
sets out for Spain, 318;
visits ambassadors in Paris 325, 331;
the Spanish agent promises him satisfaction, 325;
the Venetian ambassador's kindness to, 331, 342;
statement by, of his negotiations in Spain, 391–399;
is ordered to leave Spain, 399;
curiosity in Spain concerning the object of his coming, 419;
the King's refusal to give audience to, 422, 444, 618;
the French agent's “good usage” of, in Spain, 445;
in Paris, 446;
dismissal of, from Spain, relation of, ibid.;
return of, to England, 448;
“hobbies” brought by, to France, 535;
a memorial for, 600;
proposal to send, to Low Countries, 600, 606.
-, -, letters from, 325, 336, 357, 391, 446;
alluded to, 387, 415, 422.
-, -, nephew of, 398.
-, -, servant of, 392.
Wachtendonck (Waughtyndonk), States' forces at, success of, 223;
forces sent from, to Count Neuenaar, 256.
Waes, Pays de, the enemy in, 139, 140, 151, 154, 202, 319, 353;
people of, have carried away all their possessions, 144;
dykes in, cut, and the country drowned, 151, 176, 186, 193 195, 326, 522;
pays contributions to the enemy, 151, 171, 174;
will be a magazine of victuals for the enemy, 152;
people of, “spoiled” by freebooters, 193;
forts or strong houses in, surrendered to the Malcontents, 208, 219;
the Spaniards will be forced out of, by the waters, 326;
a fort made in, by the enemy, 336;
Spanish troops in, mustered and paid, 460;
plan for delivering, 528;
the enemy withdraws into, 608.
-, bailiff and governor of. See Soubshait.
Wageningen, in Guelderland, intended delivery of, to the Spaniards, 247.
Walbrun, Bernard de, the Emperor writes to, 92.
Walcheren, island of, strict watch kept in, 415;
peasants of, mustered, 581;
the French King desires to be master of, 628;
enriched by the flight from Antwerp, 641;
said to be offered to Elizabeth, 646.
-, governor of. See Haultain.
Wales, a commission [as mustermaster] in, desired, 125.
Wallachia, barons of, demands upon, 328, 329.
-, Alexander Petro or Petrasco, claiming to be the son of the following, made Vaivode of, 41.
late Vaivode of, 41, 328, 329;
is to marry a goldsmith's daughter, 328.
-, Vaivode of, the true, deposed, 41.
Wallacks, carried off captive by the Tartars, 439.
Wallen, Mathew, of Lyons' Inn, a priest “harboured” by, 534
Walles, Thomas, sent from the Inquisition at Rome to the galleys, 301.
Walloon gentlemen, alarmed at the prospect of more Spanish forces coming to the Low Countries, 278;
nobility and gentry, their dislike of proceedings of the Spaniards, 195.
-, troops in the Low Countries see under Low Countries, forces in.
Walsingham, Sir Francis, Secretary of State, money received from, for betrayal of Jesuits, 47;
is thought “to govern that noble ship” (i.e. the Queen), 52;
advice of, 65;
is going into Scotland, 71;
“good offices” of, requested, 74;
goes into Scotland, 82, 89;
his embassy not likely to do any good, 84;
a book sent to, 126;
return of, from Scotland, 131, 136, 143, 154, 171, 172;
his journey, alluded to, 148, 203, 273, 286;
accident to (fall from his horse), 154, 171, 172, 175;
Prince of Chimay's friendship for, 182, 366;
jewels left in gage with, 200;
asks Stafford to write any secret matter in a “bypaper,” 253;
promise of, to Vellutelli, 291;
is said to have met the Spanish ambassador at dinner, 314;
answer given by, to Mauvissière, 343;
illness of, 345, 377, 382;
is not “poisoned with Spanish treasure,” 346;
absent from court, 388;
in relation to the opening of Stafford's letters, 435, 457;
wishes Stafford to write to him secretly, 459;
Scots rebel lords said to have secretly negotiated with, 501;
as John Robinson (?), 504, 514, 518, 549;
private affairs of, betrayed by those about him, 534;
in relation to Carenzone's proposals, 564, 567;
hopes of the Low Countries rest upon, 641.
-, -, letters from, 252, 271, 301, 318, 341, 345, 373, 377, 382, 388, 389, 435, 453, 459, 471, 483, 540, 579 (2), 594, 607, 613, 622;
letters to, passim;
letters from or to, alluded to, passim;
drafts or corrections by. 120, 121, 234, 435, 548, 602, 603;
endorsements by, 18, 20, 24, 35, 219.
-, -, commission given by, 465;
orders of, alluded to, 73;
request of, 26;
speeches of, alluded to, 475.
-, -, memoir sent to, 362;
message sent to, 368;
persons recommended to, 352;
petitions to be laid before, 556;
speeches against, 77.
-, -, embassy of, to France, alluded to, 272, 575, 580;
treaty made by (in 1572), papers relating to, 167;
negotiations of, with Denmark (1582), 191, 192.
-, -, “factors” of, in France, 459;
a young gentleman of, 325;
a man professing to be employed by, 495;
servants of, 199, 446, 634, and see Brune, Capt. Thomas;
-, -, chamber of, 248;
house of, 340, and see Barn Elms.
-, -, daughter of, see Sydney, Lady;
[step]-son of, see Carliel, Christopher.
-, Lady, messages to, 184, 513.
Waow or Wauw, castle of. “See” Wouw.
Warmbuch, Dr. Hermann, legate from the town of Lubeck, 513.
Warsaw (Varsovie), granted to the Queen Dowager of Poland, as her widow's portion, 558.
Warwickshire, proposed removal of the Queen of Scots into, 475.
Wax, ship freighted with, 145.
Weber, Colonel, troops under, serving Truchsess, 95, 96.
Welch or Welsh, Captain, in Flanders, 26, 30;
letters brought by, 31.
Welles, John, messenger, 183, 196, 611, 644.
Wendove (qy. Wendon), a fugitive in Paris, 282.
Werl (Wherle) in Westfalia, the Elector Truchsess at, 3.
Werne, Frederick de, the Emperor writes to, 92.
Wesel, on the Rhine, money sent to, 324;
armour at, “very good cheap,” 373;
reported occupation of, 408;
commissary for Truchsess at, 415;
the Elector Truchsess' army retires to, 430;
(Vesalia), a battle near, 437.
-, letters dated at, 373, 491.
-, magistrates of, warned to keep watch against the new Elector's forces, 490;
“rygder” [qy. Richter], of, 373;
town-house of, ibid.
Weser, the river, 263;
(Visurgis), the Spanish claim to, 496.
Westfalia, Westphalia, 496, 551;
Archbishop Truchsess and his forces in, 4, 49, 55, 128, 208;
soldiers from, go daily to Bonn, 63;
has sworn fidelity to Truchsess, 95, 96, 226;
Protestants in, 234;
reported success of Truchsess in, 257;
he retires towards, 295;
is still all for Truchsess, 410;
his garrisons in, 461;
the new Elector repulsed from a town of, ibid.;
almost reduced to the new Elector's rule, 489, 490;
aid of, desired by Count John of Embden, 497;
the new Elector in, 566.
-, Circle or Kreis of, ordered to “break” Ségur's negotiation, 546.
-, counties in. See Bentheim;
-, Lower, Circle of, the Emperor has written to, 422.
West Friesland. See Friesland.
Westheu, Frederic de, chancellor of East Friesland, letter from, extract from, 556.
Westminster, Palace of, letter dated from, 464.
-, palace of St. James at, document dated at, 139.
-, Whitehall at, 494.
Westmorland, Earl of. See Nevill.
Wetzer, merchant of Cologne, 49.
Weymouth (Weymude), burghers and castle of, 132.
White, Mr., 513.
Whitgift, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, letter to, 227.
Wied, John, Count of, the Emperor writes to, 92.
-, Hermann Adolf, Count of See Salm.
Wight (Wick), Isle of, proposed as a rendezvous for States' ships and those of England, 654.
Wilkes, Thomas, letter from, 109.
Willford [qy. Thomas], 470.
Williams, Capt. Roger, with his company at Bonn, 3;
at Bruges, 25, 32;
defeats the design of those of Ghent, 148;
speech of, to the leaders of Truchsess's army, 430;
wishes to leave the States' service, 432;
intends to “remember” what he has seen in his time, and cause one to write it, 458;
asks for a place in Ireland, 554;
if he had means, would see the wars of Prester John, ibid.;
(Vuillems) is going to England, 573, 594;
fear that he is drowned, 597;
(Rugier Vilielmo), returning to the Low Countries, 642;
was much beloved by the Prince of Orange, 642.
-, -, letters from, 7, 25, 30, 123, 240, 309, 338, 371, 429, 457, 553, 555, 556;
alluded to, 375.
-, -, letters to, 555, 556.
-, -, cousins or kinsmen of, 7, 313, 432.
-, -, company of, killed and wounded of, 553;
his trumpet, 31.
-, (Willems), Captain, the Prince of Orange s murderer caught by, 587.
Williamson, Sir Joseph, notes on affairs in 1583, by, 193, 294.
Wilson, Captain, recommendations for, 241, 247.
-, Nicholas, son of the following, 55;
letters from, 13, 658.
-, Dr. Thomas, late Secretary of State, letters sent to, alluded to, 444.
Winchester, [late] Bishop of. See Home, Robert.
Winchilsea, officers of the port of, order to, 185.
Windham (Windham), Francis, Justice of Common Pleas, 309.
Windsor, Walsingham at, 291.
Wine or wines, ships laden with, taken, 287, 295, 358;
imported, proposed impost on, 311;
farm of, 273.
Frontignac, Muscat, etc., 273.
Winebaut or Winebald, Captain, at Dover Castle, exhorted to enter the service of the King of Spain, 526.
Winnenberg, John, Baron of, canon of Cologne, 93.
Winsenberg or Wissingburg, Eric, Count of, sent as ambassador from Sweden to England, 293 (2).
Witches, burning of, 213.
Wittgenstein (Wetstein), George von Sayn, Count of, Dom Probst or Provost of the Chapter of Cologne, is deprived of his benefices, 35.
Witthem, Jean de, Marquis of Bergen-op-Zoom (Bergh), property of, confiscated, 151.
Wllse Castle, near Dotechem, 431.
Wolfenbiittel, letters dated at, 278, 531.
Wolff, Erhard, at Prague, 437.
Woodford, Mr., brings a packet to France, 500.
Woodshawe (Woedsair), Edward, letters of recommendation given by, 525.
Woodward, Crowe, is not to be sent to France, 119.
Worcum, “spoiled” by the enemy, 70;
men and provisions sent to, 629.
Wotton, Edward, mentioned, 52.
Wouters, Hans or John, sentence upon, protested against, 7;
Mendoza writes in behalf of, 27;
case of, 249, 250.
Wouw, Wauw or Woude (Woulf), castle of, belonging to the Count van den Berg, intended delivery of, to the Spaniards, 247;
taken by the enemy, 256;
to be offered to the French King, 554.
Wurn or Werman, Frederick von, colonel in Casimir's army, horsemen under, 50, 55.
Wurttemberg (Wittenbergen), Duke Ludovic of, attitude of, towards the Cologne business, 93–95;
reported to be joining Truchsess, 96;
to be the Emperor's commissioner at Rotenburg, 360, 385, 408, 429;
will urge acceptance of the Formulas Concordice, 408.
-, -, heir of. See Montbeliard.
Wyllice or Willec, Francis. See Transom, Edward.
Yarmouth, port of, 15;
ship lying off, 356.
Yorke, Edmund, brother of Rowland, 642.
-, -, letter from, 641.
-, Capt. Edward, challenge carried by, 211.
-, Capt. Rowland, at Bruges, 23, 25, 26, 382;
soldiers under, 26, 31;
Parma makes large offers to, 382;
at Ghent, 384, 401;
joins in the treaty with the Malcontents, 390;
imprisoned at Ghent, 402, 403, 424, 460;
was privy to the plot at Dermonde, 424;
case of, recommended to Walsingham, 425;
good qualities of, praised, 425, 507, 554;
may shortly be set at liberty, 448;
said to be one of the “beginners of the peace at Ghent,” 498;
in danger of his life, 507;
has been taken to Brussels, 516;
“jars” of, with Norreys, alluded to, 554;
execution of, expected, 554, 629;
efforts for his delivery, 641, 642.
Young, Richard, Customer of the port of London, “stays” a ship taking supplies to the enemy, 635.
Ypres or Iper, is resolved not to receive the French again, 9, 21;
the enemy going to, 23, 35;
fears for its fate, 31, 33, 42, 46;
siege of, 39;
men of, are of good courage and well provided, 76;
expected surrender of, 60;
reinforcements sent to, 57, 62;
forts and bulwarks made and held by the enemy round, 69, 74, 78, 90, 127, 137, 140, 141, 144, 186, 453, 473, 520;
most of the enemy's forces retired from, 70;
still holds out, 71;
measures for rescue of, 74;
siege of, reports of the raising of, 77, 137, 140, 141, 144, 208;
garrison of, skirmish by, 100, 106;
no preparations for succouring, 100, 175;
plague in, 101, 106, 108, 110, 126, 176;
distress and danger of, 106, 139, 152, 183, 211, 253, 374;
resolves to free itself, 177;
provisions sent to, 186;
Malcontents in, imprisoned, 196, 202;
not so closely besieged, 261;
garrison of, fires the enemy's forts, 297, 307;
provisions sent to, stopped by the water, 319;
or taken by the enemy, 346, 353, 424;
might have been succoured, 354;
desired by Ghent to join in an agreement with the Malcontents, 361, 366, 383;
(contradictory) reports concerning, 362, 363, 381, 384;
the Prince of Parma goes towards, 375;
treaty of, with the Malcontents, 389;
terms offered to, 425, 437, 447, 474;
garrison of, has broken the truce and made a sally, 426;
surrender of, 447;
those of the Religion in, thrust out, 453;
payment by, to avoid being sacked, 474;
the walls of, to be broken down, 498;
the Prince of Parma going to, 523;
his alleged proceedings at, in contravention of the capitulations, 655.
-, “capitulation” of, with the Prince of Parma, 655.
-, Bishop of, is to see the churches of Flanders “set in order according to the Romish manner,” 77.
-, bailiff (ballewe) of, goes to Bruges, 140, 141.
-, deputies of, join with those of Ghent, 127;
are sent to Ghent, 296.
-, governor of. See Marquette.
-, greffier of, imprisoned, 196.
-, magistrates of, report the town to be in good state, 43, 106, 202;
burn the Prince of Parma's letters, 100;
agree to receive Monsieur again, 262.
Yssel, the river, 148, 553;
a fort on, 352;
town at the mouth of, see Campen.
Yve, Paul, letter from, to his father in-law, 447.
Zante, currants from, 463;
Venetian “regent” in, 464;
envoys from, at Venice, 587;
islanders of, brutality of, 649.
Zara, militia at, to be reviewed, 651.
Zborowski. See Sboroski.
Zeeland, the Prince of Orange going to, 11;
will resist to the last, but the people cry out for peace, 21;
the Prince of Orange in, 25;
people going into, from Flanders, 30;
frontiers of, defence of, 33;
victuals sent from, to the towns of Flanders, 34;
General Norreys arrives in, 42;
meeting of the States General in, 42, 56, and see Middelburg;
aid asked from, for Brussels, 70;
discontentment in, feared, concerning the appointment of of the Prince of Orange as Count, 261;
talks of treating with the Prince of Parma, 383;
St. Aldegonde leaves, 461;
will grant no towns as “assurance” to Monsieur, 513;
all quiet in, 520;
proclamation in, that nothing be carried to the enemy, 570;
Madame de la Noue does not think her “prisoners” safe in, 605;
all shipping for Spain “stayed” in, 643.
-, Admiral of, see Treslong.
-, Count of, see Holland and Zeeland.
-, governor of, see Haultain.
-, pensionary of, 507.
-, treasurer of, 615, 641.
-, advertisements from, 483;
garrison sent from, to Sluys, 425;
islands of, danger of their becoming a “frontier,” 34;
imports and exports of, see Holland and Zeeland;
money sent from, to the garrison at Bergen, 261;
travellers to and from, 295, 390, 462, 504, 516, 525;
troops from, putinto Sluys, 27.
-, people of, are filled with terror, 170;
“those of,”sea banks cut by, 522.
-, States of, will take the Prince of Orange for their Count, 254;
council of, 507;
proceedings of, 581;
have returned to Middelburg, 595;
good order taken by, 643.
-, -, letters from, alluded to, 592;
letter to, 505.
-, Holland and. See Holland.
Zerzen, Nicholas de, commander in the new Elector's army, 51.
Zibramonte, M. de, to have the church at Casale, 209.
Zieriksee (Zeeriszay, Serisay), 415, 525;
loss of, result of, 177.
Zimmerman, pamphlet drawn up by, 409.
Zoete or Soete, Josse de, Sieur de Villiers, marechal de camp, to be general in Brabant, 150;
is assembling forces at Utrecht, 355;
with the States' forces before Zutphen, 372, 553;
conducts the Prince of Orange's martial affairs, 555.
-, Philippe de. See Haultain.
Zolcher (Solker, Sulker), George, journeys of, to England, 61, 129, 145, 313, 385, 404, 407;
news sent by, from Casimir's army, 144;
a packet sent to, 495.
Zons (Sompst), passage of the Rhine at, closed, 111.
Zuleger, Dr. Wenceslaus, letter from, 206.
Zullen, letter dated at, 29.
Zurich, will befriend Geneva, 66;
assembly of the Swiss cantons at, 230.
Zutphen (Sutfen), surprise of, by the enemy, 110. 112. 148, 226, 286;
the States are trying to regain, 226;
lost by Count van den Berg's treachery, 242;
States' forces before, 352, 372, 488, 560, 561, 570, 596;
forts at, to be mined, 458;
Count Hohenlohe near, 504;
(Southfeld), the States' forces are ready to batter, 516;
Verdugo marching towards, ibid.;
convoy of provisions for, captured, 551, 560, 561, 565, 611;
skirmishes with the enemy near, 553 et seq.;
is in great distress, 561, 609, 611;
may be forced to yield for lack of victuals, 595, 596;
reported to be taken, 606;
forces going to relieve, 615, 635, 641, 643;
importance of its capture, 629;
in two months, the waters will be out round, 630:
the States' forces before, strengthened, 643.
-, letters dated at, 555, 556.
-, Spanish governor of, see Verdugo.
-, Spanish commander of forces “in the quarters of,” see Taxis, Jo. Battista de.
-, country round, spoiled by the States' forces, 643.
Zweibriicken, Deuxponts or Biponts, John, Duke of, desires aid for Truchsess, 29;
threats of, against Cologne, 35;
pursues Duke Casimir's would-be murderers, 167.
Zweibrucken (Swebruck) and Lutzelstein, Duke Casimir of, has joined Truchsess, 96.
Zwolle, Swolle (Swayley), will accept the Prince of Orange as Count, 254;
refuses victuals for the States' camp, 516.