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Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2, June 1586-March 1587. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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'Index: L', in Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2, June 1586-March 1587, (London, 1927) pp. 482-490. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/foreign/vol21/no2/pp482-490 [accessed 20 April 2024]

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La Bilce, troop of, 299.

La Bourlette, troop of, 299.

Lalain
-, Emanuel Philibert de, seigneur de Montigny and marquis de Renti, Renty, in disgrace with Parma, might stir revolt in Brabant, 36
-, infantry commanded by, 299
-, commanding Walloons, 435.

Taxis sees about exchange of Lesieur, 407
-, at Bruges, 414.

Lam, Claes Gherritssen, carried off by soldiers, 257.

Lambert
-, Lambart, Capt. Oliver, company at Rheinberg, 110, 116, 127
-, company reduced, 300.

payments to, 312, 319.

La Mollye, troop of, 299.

La Motte, seigneur de. See Pardieu, Valentine.

Lanfranchi, Lanfranki, Carlo, Italian merchant, 143.

and peace negotiations, 7, 56
-, gets Dutch post first, 161, 171
-, dealings with de Loo, 162, 171
-, wants de Loo to treat with Burghley, 203.

Langley, John, letter of, 207.

-, -, master of the shariots, payment to, 311.

La Noire, Capt., sent to garrison at Gorcum, 391.

La Noue, Francois de, envy of Norris overthrew, 138.

-, Odet de la, seigneur de Teligny, Telignie, suggested exchange with Juan de Castillia, 417.

La Sale
-, la Sall, in service of States, 300
-, practices among men of, 375.

Lassels, report on Stanley and Yorke, 421.

Latham
-, Capt., company in camp, 110
-, at Rheinberg, 116, 127
-, company reduced, 300
-, payment to, 319.

La Vere, marquis of. See Maximilian of Burgundy.

Lecester, Lester, Leycester, George, under treasurer, 172.

articles submitted by to Council, 78
-, goes to Flushing, 164
-, at Utrecht, 167
-, questions for, 299.

Lee. See Ley.

Leeuwarden, Leewarden [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands], assembly at, 291.

Le Febure. See Febure.

Leicester, earl of. See Dudley, Robert.

Lemburg. See Limburg.

Leoninus, Leolinus, Leoning, Elbertus, chancellor of Gelders :

ready to send for Wyer, 202
-, fittest to have the seals, 238
-, promise to gentlemen for money for transporting troops, 254
-, request to be presented to, 369.

Lepinne. See L'Espine.

Lerman, Alexander, 247.

L'Escluze. See Sluys.

Le Sieur, Stephen :

ill treatment of, 69
-, debts, 85
-, has more liberty, 86
-, deceived by Bodenham, 215
-, proposed exchange, 244, 258, 288.

petitions Parma for release, 257
-, submits case to Walsingham, 289
-, arrangements for release, 349, 407.

asks for money, help to others, 407
-, despairs of liberty, 413.

letters from, 69, 85, 214, 244, 288, 407, 413.

L'Espine
-, Lepinne, in service of States, 300
-, takes letters to Norris, 347
-, letters of Stanley to, 421.

Lester, Leycester. See Lecester.

Lettelltone. See Littleton.

Ley
-, Lee, Capt., left at Arnheim, 48
-, company at, 109
-, company reduced, 300.

Leyden [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands] :

Leicester at, 87
-, Hohenlohe at, 410
-, Leicester should assure of return, 421.

magistracy of, 237.

preachers of, 284.

Licques, Liques, seigneur de. See Recourt, Philippe de.

Liefkenshoek, Liefkenshouke, Lifkinshoeke [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium] :

expected enemy attack on, 263
-, troops in, 432.

governor of. See Caulier.

Liege, Lucke [Belgium], geographical account of, 303.

Parma's forces about, 433.

-, Pays de, Mondragon's regiment in, 414, 434.

-, bishop of. See Bavaria, Ernest of.

Ligne
-, Charles de, comte d'Aremberg, Arenberch, reported wounded near Zutphen, 200
-, infantry under, 299
-, regiment in Brabant, 434.

Lille, Lillo [Nord, France] :

letter from, 200.

troops in garrison at, 294.

Lillo
-, [Prov. Antwerp Belgium], expected enemy attack on, 263
-, troops in, 432.

-, governor of. See Caulier, Michel.

Limburg
-, Lemburg, [Prov. Netherlands], Spanish forces drawn out of Brabant into, 262
-, Don Juan d'Aquila's forces in, 434.

geographical account of, 303.

Lipsius, Dr. Justus, rector of University of Leyden, appeal for Buys, 211.

Liques, seigneur de. See Recourt, Philippe de.

Lisbon, Portugal, supplies ships to king, 293.

Litre, M. le, governor of Willemstat, 179.

Littleton
-, Lettelltone, Litleton, Capt. Francis, company at Ostend, 109
-, Norris writes in favour of, 290
-, and release of Lesieur, 349, 407.

payments to, 311-2, 319.

complaints and false reports about, 357-8
-, deeply in debt, 358
-, very melancholy, Conway asked to comfort, 368.

letter from, 357.

-, -, wife of (?), 379.

Lloyd
-, Capt. John, company in camp, 110
-, payment to, 316.

-, Richard, paper signed by, 386.

Lochem, Lochia, Loccom, Lochum, [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 198.

reported surrender to Parma, 200
-, unprovided, 309
-, need of revictualling, 337.

troops at mustered, 268
-, Capt. Clarke removed from, 346
-, list of horse at, 384.

Lodensteyn, Everard van, bond of Wilkes to, for loan, 367.

Loen, Sebastien van, deputy of Venlo, signs articles of surrender, 61.

Loisbassan. See Loysa Bazan.

Lomberde, the, Stanley driven to pawn clothes in, 287.

Lonck, Dirick Johnson, partner in Great Culenborch, 157.

-, Thierry, deputy for Holland, accounts submitted to, 311.

London, 95, 132.

letters dated at, 50, 88, 147, 197, 205, 207, 211, 212, 217, 224-5, 245-6, 266, 269, 306, 313, 357, 359, 416, 430.

goods unjustly attached in port of, 9
-, stolen goods taken to, 295.

Galeys in, 86
-, suspicious characters in, 201.

Spaniards promise to pillage, 293
-, suggestion to pay money for troops in, 299.

Lord Cornwall leaves for, 312
-, Buy going to, 393.

Conway asks for troops from, to garrison Ostend, 385.

searcher of the port of, 416.

-, places in and near :

Barbican, 417.

Black Friars, 352.

Cheapside, sign of Horseshoe, 86.

duke of Norfolk's house, 142.

Ludgate, 341.

Marshalsea, 350.

Temple Bar, 139.

Tower, 146.

-, prisoners in, 145n.

-, Lieutenant of. See Hopton, Sir Owyn.

Loo
-, Loze, Andrea de, a Fleming, merchant, assurances about peace, 3
-, on peace mission, 5-8
-, harm done by, 36
-, Parma refers to, 45
-, sees Parma, 56-9, 203-5.

suggestions of, to forward peace, 60
-, activities of, 143-4.

communications with Champagney, 67, 428
-, dealings with Lanfranchi, 162, 171
-, dealings with Burghley, 202, 206-7, 223, 225, 277-8, 388-90, 396-9, 428.

appeals to queen, 224.

no rivalry with Graffigna, 207
-, reports negotiations to Parma, 276-8
-, dealings with Parma, 396-9.

letters from, 5, 7, 56, 202, 206, 223-5, 276, 379.

letter to, 388.

Looe, Thomas, merchant, payment to, 84.

Loosen
-, Loose, Loozen, Sebastian van, Councillor of State : on chamber of finances, 49
-, recommends provisioning of Rheinberg, 242
-, access to Council of State, 301
-, passes accounts, 311.

Lordon. See Combes.

Lords, House of, Instrument of Association in, 154.

Lords of the Council. See Council, Privy.

Lorraine
-, Henry de, duke of Guise, Queen warned against, 201
-, asks help of Parma, 414.

Losely, Lossley, near Guildford, co. Surrey, 85.

Louis VI., Ludovic, Elector Palatine, 124.

Louis the Pious, duke of Wurtemberg, Wirtemberg, quarrels with John Casimir, 128.

lowrdreye, to, term explained, 350.

Louvain [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], Spaniards ambushed near, 414.

Louvayne, John de, a Walloon, and Gravelines, 99.

Low Countries, Dutch, Netherlands, United Provinces :

value of moneys in, 9
-, coinage difficulty in, 82
-, comparison of weights with English, 374-5.

to enjoy benefit of all ancient treaties, 9-10, 34
-, devotion to queen, 11, 23, 34, 95, 115, 135, 387
-, comfort depends wholly on queen's support, 17. state of forces in, 10
-, troops refuse to join in Schenk's raid, 20.

Queen repudiates talk of peace in, 16
-, will not be made without security for, 17.

desire for queen's support, 18
-, lost without English troops, 27.

discouraged by loss of Grave, 27-8
-, notes on certain nobles of, 35-7
-, murmurs at losses, 35-6.

in relation to Leicester, 29-32
-, continue ready to obey him, 43.

Leicester re-erects court of finances in, 33, 36, 52-3, 64.

commercial relations with, 34-5, 50
-, contract with referred to, 42
-, trade with enemy forbidden by placard, 158.

Denmark and sovereignty, 36
-, Ranzau's visit to suspect, 39.

need encouragement from Queen, 36, 43
-, or may make peace with Spain, 37
-, fear of queen abandoning, 52, 62-4, 82, 96.

Buys unpopular in, 38
-, jealousy of English officials, 87.

queen's objects in assisting and sacrifices for, 41
-, question of queen's sovereignty over, 321.

Leicester and Catholics in, 51-2
-, his dealings with in matters of religion, 53-4.

queen's intervention for, 57
-, Leicester's plan to control, 63
-, alienation of, 100.

Loo's desire for pacification of, 59, 60, 204, 224-5
-, peace terms include repayment of money lent in, 143.

would make large contributions if sure of queen's support, 62
-, Holluck will not serve if queen abandons, 76.

ability to support war, 64-5
-, list of English companies in, 176.

objections to placard touching, 70, 196
-, question of export duties in, 74.

England's safety bound up with, 79
-, efforts to estrange, with some success, 106
-, people begin to grow doubtful, 108.

moneys paid for, 84, 88, 92
-, note of gold coins in, 112.

Knowles' commission to serve at sea, 85
-, Wilkes' messages very welcome to, 122.

Holland and Zeeland claim to share too large proportion of charges, 89
-, accounts of anticipations of, 282.

marvellously discontented, 92
-, Leicester criticises as soldiers, 96
-, troops at Doesburg, 150-3.

English companies in, 109-11, 127, 221
-, spoil and disorder by soldiers in, 285.

proposed control of trade of, 119
-, wine imported into, 131.

daunted by success of enemy, 125
-, nothing will keep in better order than seeing English strong, 129-30.

German princes decide to send troops to, 127
-, companies of reduced to please Hohenlohe, 261.

patient of taxes if defended from Spaniard, 135
-, not seeking any new defence, 136.

queen asks Philip's favour for, 144
-, queen should undertake government, 166-7
-, queen unable to accept sovereignty, 169.

remonstrance on points of treaty with queen, 160
-, name of governors odious in, 179.

Pelham fears failure in, 167
-, reasons why queen should take sovereignty, 177-9.

note of present state of affairs in, 180-1
-, difficulty of getting infantry for field, 192.

nobles of, ready to lay down arms, 207
-, state of war for garrisons of, 220.

murmuring, because English troops unpaid, 213
-, impoverished by cost of troops, 259.

only one rate of coin in, 221
-, desire to trade freely with allied and neutral countries, 223.

peace negotiations injurious to, 229, 320, 325
-, never on more dangerous terms, 234
-, people will refuse peace, 252.

help from, for Drake, 233
-, defence of England bound up with, 264.

Clarke's opinion on policy to adopt with, 247-9
-, little done for because of Queen of Scots, 257.

Hohenlohe hateful to, 253
-, deputies to England, 295
-, Ryngault's departure will not displease, 305.

dissensions rising in, from lack of Governor, 262, 332
-, Leicester rebuts charge of causing disunion in, 306.

Loo explains queen's policy to, 277
-, questions concerning (relations to Spain, queen), 298.

ships of, in Ems, 285
-, list of troops of native birth, in service of, 300.

commercial relations with England, 289-90
-, representations for merchants of, 295-6.

forces required for defence, 294, 296-8
-, estimate of King of Spain's forces in, 299.

two staples in, dangerous, 302
-, state of garrisons in, 352.

geographical and statistical account of, 303
-, Vaerheilius claims knowledge of, 309.

note of victuals from England for troops in, 303
-, plight of troops represented to, 307.

rumour in, of peace negotiations, 308
-, Denmark offers mediation for peace in, 343.

Gilpin well acquainted with, 313
-, imprisonment of Buys against liberties of, 334.

people offended by insolencies of English troops, 315
-, spoiled and ruined by troops, 322.

English grow hateful to, 322, 334, 382
-, amazed at surrender of Deventer, 327
-, but show good sense about, 337
-, consternation about, 361.

well affected, want queen to take government, 341
-, majority well affected to queen, 355, 363, 369.

Fremyn sends report of, 342
-, he insists on necessity of queen taking under protection, 354-5.

reasons why averse from peace negotiations, 344
-, Philip might make concessions to in religion, 384.

towns unwilling to receive English troops, 356
-, not so well affected to English, 377.

services of queen and Leicester to, 361
-, Stochelen criticises for attitude to Leicester, 362.

believe can do without queen's assistance, 382
-, fear that queen will abandon, 387.

need of governor, 387
-, Leicester accused of wasting substance of, 395.

explanation of queen's policy in, 388-9
-, queen will not abandon if has reasonable satisfaction from, 401.

need for protecting religious freedom of, 389
-, insisted on, 397-9
-, Champigny on, 428-9.

Hohenlohe wants to put troops in Bergen, 391
-, Buy and Williams confer about means of defending, 435.

Leicester's presence needed, to save from ruin, 405
-, discontent to see so little done, 420.

Norris to be consulted about defence, 411
-, no need to depend on queen, 428.

memorial for Buckhurst about, 411
-, Buckhurst's instructions for, 411-2.

distracted state of, 425
-, Wilkes thinks utter ruin impending, 427.

Leicester's return only remedy for disorders of, 433
-, peace terms asked for, 435-7
-, toleration demanded for, 435.

Low Countries, Council of State in, 74, 174, 178, 238, 395, 410.

Leicester asks queen to write to, 65.

sharpness of humour in qualified, 73
-, placard issued in consultation with, 90
-, difficulties propounded about placard, 319.

should be kept informed of levy and expenditure of taxes, 81
-, discontent in, 100.

queen assures of intention to defend, 82
-, queen's letter to, 95.

to have share in government, 91, 105
-, agreement with about pay of troops, 104.

meets Leicester at Gouda, 114
-, depends on States General, 131
-, those with access to, 301.

treaty with Emden, 119
-, Buys cast off by, 122
-, wish to be established at Utrecht, 139
-, Buys and, 193, 236.

orders testing of coins, 134-5
-, on imprisonment of Peret, 147-8.

matter to charge and answers of, 139
-, informs Wilkes of effort of provinces to keep promises, 156.

efforts to cause misunderstanding between Leicester and, 157
-, proposed deputation to queen, 163, 182.

admission of Wilkes to, 168, 188, 208
-, double oath in, 175
-, Norris barred from, by Leicester, 234.

Leicester to conciliate good will, 169
-, Liecester brings financial matters before, 189
-, control of policy and finance by, 249.

and engagement of reiters, 191
-, order to prevent abuses inmusters, 220.

favoured the placard, 196
-, to consider question of free trade with allies and neutrals, 223.

to give effect to acts of synod at Hague, 219
-, compounded of divers humours, 263.

committee of to deal with contributions, 225
-, to direct policy and war during Leicester's absence, 227, 232
-, act of Leicester restricting authority, 230.

to appoint commander in chief, 233
-, proposal for reducing forces, 244
-, reduction made by, 259, 261, 265, 266.

complaint to, about Stanley, 241-2
-, appeal to, to supply Deventer, 246.

contract with Schenck, 245, 255
-, Hohenlo feared and favoured by, 253.

remonstrance with on need of providing money, 251
-, representations to, by States about Leicester, 253
-, reply of States to, about paying troops, 260.

Wilkes dare not be absent from, 255, 261, 269.

asked to punish unruly soldiers, 256
-, disturbed about Deventer, 261, 307, 318
-, complaints from Deventer to, 263, 280
-, remonstrates with Yorke, 275.

representations to States about paying troops, 264, 308
-, to submit accounts to States, 288.

labours to remove difficulties, 265
-, efforts for pacification at Utrecht, 283.

not sufficiently respected, to keep order, 265
-, fruitless efforts to pacify Utrecht, 268
-, authority ignored, 269, 276.

representations to against Manmaker, 265-6
-, States demand Ringault of, 268.

Leicester urges to send over deputies, 274
-, represents unsatisfactory state of affairs, 307.

answer to Hamburg about ships in Elbe, 280, 285.

Wilkes defends Stanley in, 281
-, complaints to about English troops, 322.

proposal to States to find pay for troops, and reply to, 288
-, efforts to get in money, 307.

asked to deny peace rumours, 308
-, deputed to act in Leicester's absence, 402, 407.

forwards accounts to queen, 314-5
-, labours of Wilkes in, 339
-, illness keeps Wilkes from, 371.

and arrest of Ranzou, 320
-, Hohenlohe urges to release Buys, 321
-, Buys resumes place in, 334
-, but does not attend, 372.

little regarded, 322
-, Pelham exports goods and victuals without leave of, 323
-, complains of lack of authority, 330.

asks removal of Stanley, 322
-, no control over Stanley, 327.

money due to Leicester by, 326
-, speeches in against Leicester, 353.

agreement about reiters, 330
-, asks Moeurs to secure frontiers, 345.

States charge with negligence about Deventer defence, 331
-, due to act of restriction, 336.

Dutch would like to get Gilpin out of, 335
-, Conway attending, 341.

acts for continuation of, 336, 373
-, but States decide everything, 370
-, has no authority, 374, 381.

act for reduction of English companies exhibited to, 346
-, exerts authority through States, 347
-, only ciphers, 400
-, States trample on authority, 405, 407-9, 438.

Norris wants decision about taking field, 348
-, Wilkes writes to about defence of Ostend, 390-1.

cassed captains apply to, for pay, 390
-, asks for English horse to be admitted to towns, 394.

dislikes Deventer for devotion to English, 404
-, exclusion of members from, 408.

revoked use of Camphire by king of Navarre, 408
-, urges Leicester's return, 411
-, need of representatives of Flanders, Utrecht and Frise in, 430.

deputies from England and, 424
-, States disposed to act without privity of, 424, 427.

asks Wilkes to go and pacify Utrecht, 425-6
-, reply to proposals of Wilkes, 439.

afraid to move against Hohenlohe, 426
-, Maurice and Hohenlohe show contempt of authority, 437.

letters from, 182, 280, 307, 316, 318, 330, 337, 345, 411, 430, 439.

-, referred to, 394.

letters to, 246, 306, 317, 337.

-, referred to, 256, 274, 280, 321, 347, 411.

-, fleet of, sent to Elbe to stop supplies going to enemy, 280, 285
-, order to build ships, 326.

-, States General of, 287. resolution on Leicester's entertainment, 1
-, contract for payment of army, 4
-, number of men in pay of, 5
-, want general muster, 8.

to arrange for Ems to be free for traffic, 5, 23
-, to keep Leicester informed and strengthen his authority, 16.

and payment of army, 5, 10, 12, 21, 25-6, 41-2, 99, 119, 121, 129, 134, 139-40, 167, 169, 172, 174-9, 191, 209.

letter of queen to, 14-7
-, information queen requires of, 40
-, offer of government to queen, 289.

supposed to desire endless war, 18
-, asked to furnish cautionary towns, 21.

Leicester wants Hemery tried by advice of, 19
-, find what it is to detract time, 39.

generally unpopular, 23, 34
-, resolution to lighten tax on cattle, 28
-, bad handling of finances by, 33-4
-, sent for Ringout, 175
-, Leicester will defend Ringout against, 239.

queen tolerates authority laid on Leicester by, 41
-, queen asked to write recommending Leicester, 65.

dare not attack Parma, men badly paid and badly led, 46.

resolution on money for camp, 67
-, for entertainment of Leicester, 72
-, grant for war, 73-4
-, contributions granted to general, 154.

Leicester going to meet, 76, 81
-, expostulate about Buis, 100, 102
-, Leicester finds unreasonable, 107
-, Buis cast off by, 122.

need of queen's assurance to, 82
-, reminder of charges to, 93
-, slow in paying troops, 95, 120
-, need strokes not words, 97.

strangely altered, 95
-, statement of grievances by, 100
-, effort to appease, 101.

should pay Herle, 99
-, vote of money by, 108
-, order testing of coins, 134.

difficulties with over Emden trade, 107, 115, 119.

allegation concerning debt of Palavicino, 111
-, not concerned with Ramekens, 131.

difficulty about meeting Leicester at place controlled by him, 117
-, persistently thwart Leicester, 128, 135.

much changed since loss of Grave, 120
-, desire queen to take sovereignty, 129.

disorders of, 131, 135
-, queen rates for ingratitude, 145.

profit by war and don't wish troubles speedily ended, 136
-, attitude to queen's help, 143.

Ringout asks for delay against creditors, 148
-, Peret slanders, 156.

efforts to cause misunderstanding between Leicester and, 157
-, Leicester to conciliate goodwill, 169
-, he denies having irritated, 193.

asked Leicester to consult Norris about war, 173
-, allowance to Orange's child, 179-80.

consideration of matters to prevent danger to, 174
-, no disposition to help Drake, 233.

summary of receipts and disbursements by, 179
-, asked to increase contribution, 183.

ask queen to increase financial succour, 186
-, protest against Ringout, 189-90
-, try to get hold of him, 253-4, 268.

to be informed of Wilkes and recall of Killigrew, 188
-, and the troops, 191-2
-, unable to pay them, 195
-, oppose muster, 198
-, object to manner of musters, 231.

Ortel a bad servant to, 193
-, Buys sent to England by, 211.

Leicester on attitude to placard, 196-7
-, Leicester to settle with about governor in his absence, 209.

troops in pay of, 199
-, money to be reimbursed by, 210.

desire Clark to go with their commissioners to England, 218
-, deputies to England tarry, 257, 286.

approval of acts of synod at Hague, 219
-, Leicester deplores quarrel of Utrecht with, 234.

remonstrance to Leicester upon abuses, with answers, 221-3, 230
-, speech of Leicester to at departure, 225-6
-, memorials to for Leicester, 227
-, answer of, 228-30, 251.

resolution for regulation of contributions, 225, 227
-, and on anticipation of contributions, 244-5.

desire completion of numbers of troops in queen's pay, 226
-, owe to Brune for victuals, 258.

act of conferring executive powers on Council of State, 227
-, remonstrance of Council to on need of providing money, 251.

letter to queen asking for Leicester's speedy return, 232
-, Leicester asks to suppress false rumours about departure, 235.

Leicester enjoins union upon, 238
-, resolution on provisioning Rheinberg, 242
-, agree to arrangment for town, 255.

Stanley repudiates authority, 241
-, Hohenlo feared and favoured by, 253.

expenditure on war, 248
-, reply to Council about payment of troops, 260, 264
-, will not grant money if troops not reduced, 261
-, grant month's pay, 262.

concern about Deventer, 261
-, Stanley dissatisfied with pay from, 322, 328
-, Stanley paid by just before betrayal, 331.

contract with queen for paying troops, 262
-, paying off troops, 265
-, promise to queen, 278.

outburst against Leicester, 268-9
-, contributions granted to Leicester, 291, 313.

incensed at Burchgrave's report, 269
-, people will not obey, 271
-, question of unpopularity with people, 298.

Wilkes appeals to for Wingfield, 275
-, refuse him allowance, 276, 286.

money promised to comes in slowly, 285
-, Council to submit accounts to, 288.

proposal of Council to for finding money, and reply, 288
-, grant of pay to troops, 307.

bad treatment of Fremyn, 289
-, ingratitude to faithful servants, 304
-, not sorry for Ryngault to go, 305.

decree offering trading privileges to English merchants, 289-90.

erection of chamber of finance against contract with Leicester, 301
-, complain about Leicester's appointments, 306
-, Leicester said to have charged with chain for Schenck, 395.

proposal of Council to, for paying troops, 308
-, troops transferred from charge of, to queen's, 312.

order enlargement of Buys, 310, 312, 323
-, letter from Utrecht to, upon, 318
-, inform queen, 334.

accounts for Leicester's time sent to queen by, 314, 317, 320
-, apostiles of, upon, 319, 326.

displeased at Denmark's intervention about peace, 320
-, apology to king about Ranzau, 324
-, deprecate peace move, 325.

temporise about contributions but advance month's pay for troops, 321.

get little service from English troops, 322
-, resolution upon reiters, 328, 330.

greatly fear Leicester's return, 323
-, may prepare some practice of revenge, 324.

act of regulating Admiralty, 326
-, act to continue Council of State, 336.

stir in at loss of Deventer, 331, 337
-, feeling against Leicester, 332
-, letter of remonstrance to Leicester, 335-6
-, had no power to remove Stanley, 340-1.

issue placard banning Stanley and Yorke, 337, 340
-, act reducing English companies, 346.

greed, desire war to continue, 341
-, could have saved Wau by bribery, 342
-, Stochelen condemns, 362.

write to queen of Ranzau and peace proposals, 343-4
-, owe money to Hohenlohe, 352
-, wish Hohenlohe to have direction of troops, 381.

lack leisure to examine Huddlesstone's accounts, 345
-, apostiles on accounts, 346.

resolution upon transport of corn to England, 346-7
-, Wilkes urges to relieve English troops, 363.

articles with queen about cautionary towns, 349
-, treacherous practices against queen's government, 367.

brief of sums paid for, by Huddlestone, with answers of, 351.

desire Leicester's return, 357
-, doubtful, fear his return, 366
-, Leicester considers ingratitude "too much," 376.

unlikely to pay English troops, 369
-, Stanley exempt from authority, 371
-, refuse to pay for victuals for English troops, 383.

decide all matters, 370
-, act for continuing Council of State, 373
-, keep control of finances, 381.

Utrecht recalls deputies from, 374
-, Holland and Zeeland levy forces in name of, 378.

Leicester offended by letter, need of patience with, 380
-, infringements of Leicester's authority by, 382
-, support Hohenlohe against Leicester, 387.

enlisting troops with offers of high pay, 385
-, Schenck refuses to acknowledge, 392.

queen wishes to show intention of defending Brill and Flushing, 386.

allow transport of victuals, causing dearness, 387.

give Solms government of Zeeland, 387
-, libels in Middelburg inciting people against, 392.

plotting to get Bergen out of English hands, 388
-, withdraw troops from Sluys, 400.

Wilkes complains to about ill treatment of English troops, 390
-, and urges defence of Ostend on, 391
-, ill treatment of English, 402
-, a cause of Stanley's treachery, 403.

and Buy about reiters, 393
-, deputies from, to Utrecht, 395
-, Deventer disliked by because of devotion to English, 404.

arbitrary action in cassing English companies, 400
-, failure to provide means to pay for troops, 411.

taxed with ingratitude to Leicester and queen, 400
-, Buckhurst sent to expostulate with, 401
-, to confer with and obtain explanation, 402.

contrary courses of caused queen to delay action, 401
-, alleged intention to alter government without her advice, 402
-, claim sovereign powers, 405.

Wilkes warns people against, terrified of people, 405
-, is hatred against as great as reported, 411.

declare ability to maintain selves without foreign help, 406
-, deputies from England confer with, 424.

articles presented to, touching violation of Leicester's authority, 407-9.

Buckhurst to deal with for assistance by sea, 412
-, Buckhurst to confer with, 422.

Morgan knows humours and reports of, 417
-, distasted of Leicester's government and withhold contributions, 420.

refuse to victual Berghen, 418
-, disposed to act without privity of Council, 424, 427.

Zeelanders recall deputies from, 421, 427
-, libels against at Amsterdam, 424.

begin to see peril of what they have done, 423
-, people begin to stir against, 424, 426.

Sonoy asked to take oath to, 424
-, placard of Leicester approved by, 430.

keep contributions at own disposing, 425
-, Hohenlohe asks for all contributions of Brabant, 433.

need of action to stay dangerous course of, 426
-, opinion of Buckhurst's mission, 428.

letter of Count Mansfelt imparted to, 426
-, purpose to treat of peace, 427.

deputies from England confer secretly with, 427
-, reply to Polish ambassador, 439n.

Council sure will support Leicester, 430
-, Morgan urges Leicester to deal drastically with, 432.

arguments showing dislike of Leicester, 437
-, infringements of treaty with England, 437-8
-, oath for observance of treaty, 439.

letters to, 145, 182, 306, 318, 390.

-, referred to, 411.

letters from, 282, 307, 324, 334, 335, 338, 343.

-, referred to, 339, 420, 437.

Lowestoft (? Lyestat), co. Suffolk, 211.

Loysa Bazan
-, Loisbassan, Don Geronimo de, falls into ambush, 414
-, slain, 434.

Loze. See Loo.

Lucar
-, Emanuel, payments to, 311, 317
-, James Britton succeeds, 316.

Lucke. See Liege.

Luna, Don Carlos de, captain at Nieuport, 292.

Luneburg
-, [Hanover German Empire], diet at, 108, 142, 219
-, decides no German levies for France or Spain, 127.

Lutherans
-, Martinists, at Frankfort, 124
-, Calvinists bitter against, 125.

Luxemburg :

son of M. de Muys prisoner at, 215, 244.

Spanish troops sent to from Brabant, 262
-, Spanish forces stationary in, 414
-, troops from, about Liege, 433.

Don Manrique's regiment in, 434.

Lynence, Thomas, of Chester, payment to, 84.

Lyon, Lyons [Rhone, France], 210.

Lyques, seigneur de. See Recourt, Philippe de.

Lytton, Rowland, letter from, 32.

taking leave in England, 33
-, Leicester recommends to queen, 72.

Lyvet, Charles, deputy auditor at Dublin, letter to, 310-1.