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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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Maas. See Meuse.

Maastricht [Prov. Limburg, Netherlands], wounded men brought to, 160, 170.

Macknowede, gunner in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Maddocks, , steward of Sir William Russel, 383.

Maelson, Malson, President Francis :

paper signed by, 340
-, maliciously affected to Leicester and English, 381.

people of Hoorn turn out, 421, 426.

Magnus Intercursus, Intercourse, maintenance of, 35, 50-1.

Mainz, archbishop elector of. See Dalberg, Wolfgang von.

Malines, Mechlin [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium], great preparations of Parma at, 391.

Mallow, Mallo, co. Cork Ireland, Norris asks for manor, 267.

Malone, Laurence, sergeant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Malpelt, Count, 292.

Malson. See Maelson.

Malvern Hills [co. Worcester], 394.

Maninga
-, Hayo, Leicester writes to Count Edzard on behalf of, 105-6
-, reply upon, 439.

-, Luder, son of, 105.

Manmaker, Mannemacker, Adrian, treasurer, deputies of Zeeland represent to Leicester about accounts, 265-6.

Manoel
-, son of Don Antonio, prince of Portugal, goes with Leicester to Dort, 48
-, sent for to England, 162, 172.

Manrique, Mendric, Don Antonio, regiment in Luxemburg, 434.

-, Don Juan, troop of, 299.

Mansart, M. de, 236.

Mansfeldt, Count Peter Ernest of, the elder, Hughes Muys van Holy prisoner of, 68, 215, 244, 258, 349.

troop of, 299.

reported gone to England to treat of peace, 308-9.

letter of, to Hohenlohe, referred to, 426.

-, Mansfeld, Count Charles, reported slain and buried at Cologne, 111
-, troop of, 299.

Marcelin, George, troop of, 299.

Marchant, Captain Nicholas, enterprise against Gravelines, 99, 100.

-, Capt. Marchal, commander at Wouw, said to have sold place to enemy, 287.

Council writes about, 307
-, betrays castle to enemy, 318, 342.

Marck, Margaret de la, countess of Aremberg, 160, 162, 171-2.

hoping for reply from queen, 422.

Margaret of Austria, duchess of Parma, treaty made by between Spain and England, 34, 50-1.

Margate, co. Kent, Huddlestone sails from, 112.

ship master of, 216.

Maria, Capt., troop of, 299.

Marnix
-, Philip, sieur de Ste. Aldegonde, influence over Count Maurice, 35, 73
-, considered a good patriot, 137.

condolences about Sidney, 243
-, pleased at Russel's appointment to Flushing, 366
-, Villiers spoke with about Russel, 381.

revives talk of wrong done to Parma about Portugal, 334.

got Maurice to assume title of Prince of Orange, 381.

sees Buckhurst at Middelburg, 422, 431
-, thinks Leicester's absence caused change, 423.

letters from 343, 366.

-, son of, 243, 366.

marshal, lord. See Pelham, Sir William.

Martens, Hendric, 291.

Martinists. See Lutherans.

Martino, Don, troop of, 299.

Martyn
-, Martenn, Capt., company with Norris, 129
-, company reduced, 300.

Mary, Queen of England, 40.

Philip saved Elizabeth from, 250.

Mary Queen of Scots
-, trial of, 153
-, attainder of, 164.

parliament petitions for execution, 249n, 250-2
-, Wilkes wishes to know result of action against, 253
-, hard to bring queen to assent to execution, 275.

attention to Netherlands distracted by business of, 257.

Walsingham refers to execution, 357
-, Burghley's notes on, 358
-, not so greviously taken in Scotland as expected, 377.

Massi, Cosmo, Parma's secretary, Sig. Cosmo, 5, 59, 80, 292.

reported slain, 49.

and de Loo, 203
-, sceptical about results, 206.

Mattenes Menyn, sieur de, deputy of Holland, 97.

Maulde, sieur de, sent to Leicester, 236.

Maurice, Count. See Nassau, Maurice of.

Maxmilian II., emperor, 131.

Maxmilian of Burgundy, marquis of La Vere, 179.

Maynard, Burghley's clerk, 131.

Maze. See Meuse.

meat :

prices in Holland and Zeeland, 297
-, cost for army, 298.

licence to transport to army in Netherlands, 35, 303.

Mechlin. See Malines.

Meddellborro. See Middelburg.

Medemblik, Medenblyk [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], 22.

move in to change name of province, 177.

Sonoy will not receive garrison into, 410
-, Leicester should assure of return, 421
-, faithful to queen, 424, 426.

Maurice holds Sonoy besieged in, 424, 426
-, he means to establish Solms at, 427.

letter dated at, 282.

Medici, Catherine de, queen mother of France, secret agent of, in London, 201.

Meer, P. de, president of the States General, paper signed by, 225.

Meetkerke
-, Medykyrk, Meedkerche, Medekerk, Adolf van, President of Flanders, agreed to pay English officers, 99
-, Buys jealous of, 123
-, sent to pacify Utrecht, 255, 283
-, objections to, 337
-, offer of, touching Ostend, 412.

-, sieur de, takes letters to Leicester, 236
-, excluded from Council of State, 408.

Megen [Prov. N. Brabant], lost, 49
-, bad impression caused by, 73.

Melun, Pierre de, prince of Epinoy, Espinoy, company with Norris, 129.

in service of States, 300
-, van Oncle served, 304.

-, Robert de, marquis of Richebourg, Risburch, troop of, 299.

Mendoza
-, Bernardino de, Spanish ambassador in England and France, Bodenham with, 292
-, privy to Babington conspiracy, 384.

Mendric. See Manrique.

Menezas, Capt. Don Hernando de, 292.

Menin, Menen, Menyn, Dr. Joos van, Pensionary of Dordrecht, commissioner to England, 216, 226, 336.

paper signed by, 359.

merchants :

liking for the rose noble, 24.

gain by payments in Netherlands, 26
-, lade corn for Calais and Dunkirk, 160, 170.

objection to Amsterdam and Delft, 27.

trade at Emden, 27
-, passports required by, 28
-, and Emden trade, 107, 119.

hope to profit from famine among peasants, 46
-, steal armour of troops, 106.

placard forbids trading with Spanish subjects, 69.

many would like Sanders as ambassador at Porte, 92.

make difficulties about providing money, 120-1
-, need of control, 121.

Leicester borrows from, 121
-, money paid to Shirley by, 305
-, payment of troops by means of, 409.

take food from Netherlands to Calais via England, to feed enemy, 196.

Dutch to supply ships to Drake, 233.

ruined by war, 276, 327
-, extortions from soldiers, 371
-, Russel asks that may be paid for victuals, 406.

control finances in Netherlands, 362.

merchants, English :

proposals for preferential treatment at Emden, 108
-, Herle could not suffer arrest, of 301.

reason for stay of goods in France, 377
-, one refused lodging at Delft, 382
-, States prevent one exporting grain, 408.

-, names of :

Beale, Thomas
-, Becher, William
-, Bisshopp, Philip
-, Bowdler, Richard
-, Bridges
-, Byles, John
-, Chevrier, Jehan
-, Colston, William
-, Corsini
-, Fugger, Hans
-, Gittens, William
-, Graffina Agostino
-, Lanfranchi, Carlo
-, Loo, Andrea da
-, Looe, Thomas
-, Purvies, Henry
-, Stookes, Thomas
-, Tirrel, John.

Merchants Adventurers :

petition on coins, 9
-, sums furnished by, 21, 25, 68, 83-4, 88, 95, 199, 209, 257
-, asked to furnish money to pay troops, 316.

provision for enemy passed under colour of, 28.

reasons why whole trade should not be settled in Low Countries, 118-9
-, unwilling to change from Emden, 136.

Wilkes to leave treasure with at Middelburg, 188, 207
-, repayment of, 205, 286.

privileges granted to in Netherlands, 290
-, plan to pay troops through, 299
-, Morgan applies to for funds, 375
-, afraid to unlade cloth in Zeeland, 427.

letter from, 88.

letter to, 316.

governor of. See Millward, William
-, Saltonstall, Richard.

Meredyth, , Sherley's deputy, sent away with treasure, 383.

Meryman, sergeant in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Mettecovery, Andrea van (? Mettico), letters of, 145.

Metz [Moselle, France], preachers expelled from, 123.

Meurs, Mewers, Mewrs. See Mrs.

Meurs, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.

Meuse, Maas, Maze, river :

effect of loss of Grave and Venlo on traffic on, 37
-, Vueren hinders traffic on, 66
-, loss of a great hindrance, 102.

Cecil wants to extend government beyond, 91
-, Parma controls, 126.

Meux, M. de. See Muys van Holy.

Mezas, owner of Dunkirk ship, 292.

Michel, Colonel, of court to try Hemert, 48.

Micheli, Michely, Michaely, Michel, Dr. Josephus, 72.

visits Le Sieur, 69
-, who sends letters by, 86, 216
-, queen warned against, 201, 205
-, influence with Walsingham, 301.

Middelburg, Middelbourg, Meddellborro, Middelborowghe, Myddlebarrowe, [Zealand, Netherlands], 367.

letters dated at, 9, 73, 112, 186, 216, 243, 256-8, 341-2, 419, 423, 440.

proposes to trade with enemy, 37
-, Maurice living at, 73.

money to be paid at, 83-4, 202, 207.

Merchant Adventurers at, 88, 95, 188, 205, 316
-, they do no good at, 110, 121.

Huddlestone goes to with treasure, 112, 210, 216
-, he stays at, 114, 243
-, Digges at, 172.

dangerous mutiny at, 172
-, libels at urging people to fall on States, 392.

merchants at to pay troops, 282
-, money for army to be repaid at, 299
-, treasure left at, 365.

van Oncle kept prisoner at, 304
-, hire of houses at, 317.

supplies from, for Ostend, 358
-, and for Berghen, 368, 375.

merchants of supply victuals for Flushing, 387
-, Merchant Adventurers at afraid to unload cloth, 427.

friar at to be exchanged for Lesieur, 407, 413.

Solms sent to be governor of, but repulsed, 418, 422
-, Buckhurst warns people against accepting Solms, 422
-, Conway considers Ostend as safe as, 434.

Buckhurst confers with Ste. Aldegonde at, 422, 431.

burgomaster of. See Cooman.

pensionary of. See Roels, Guillaume.

Milan [Prov. Milano, Italy], paper printed at, libelling queen, 249.

Milander, paper signed by, 391.

Mildmay, Sir Walter, chancellor of the exchequer, and peace negotiations, 144.

letter from, 50.

letters to, 9, 34.

-, referred to, 51.

Milward
-, Mylward, William, governor of Merchant Adventurers, present at discussion with States about Emden, 107
-, reasons given against settling whole trade in Netherlands, 118-9.

Miranda, Andres, Spanish captain, 434.

Modet, Herman, preacher :

hinders pacification at Utrecht, 268.

preaches against Mrs and rebuked by Truchses, 274
-, sent to report to queen, 284
-, bad influence of, 302.

Moeurs, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.

Mol., M. de, troop of, 299.

moleted yesse, 272.

Mondragon, Cristobal de, Dragonne, governor of Antwerp, 292.

makes head against Axel, 87
-, retires to Stechen, 88
-, sends English deserters to Calais, 161, 171
-, troops under, 299.

company in Pays de Liege, 414, 434
-, troops ambushed, 434.

Morgan has agent in credit with, 433.

money, coin :

value of various coins, 9, 24, 112-3
-, value agreed upon, 106, 109.

standard to be maintained, 21, 40.

English not brought to Netherlands, 24
-, unjust valuation of English, 82
-, re-valued, 134-5.

imitation of English, 25
-, Burghley and coins, 120
-, goodness of English to be proved, 126
-, English refused as bad, 135.

differences in value, 305.

cost of carriage to Netherlands and loss on exchange, 317.

Monsieur. See Francis of Valois, duke of Anjou.

Monte Nempte, Sir Marinus, 214.

Monte, Camillo del, troop of, 87, 299.

-, Sir Francisco del, 214.

-, Gio Battista del, troop of, 299.

Montgomery, one, in credit with king of Scotland, 56.

Montigny, seigneur de. See Lalain, Emanuel Philibert de.

Montrahin, troop of, 299.

Montre, Maitre Pierre, deputy of Venlo, signs articles of surrender, 61.

More, Sir William, 85n.

Morgan, Capt. Edward, payment to, 311.

-, Capt. Matthew, letter of, 305.

-, Col. Thomas :

of court to try Hemert, 48
-, grievance about pay, 86
-, company at Rheinberg, 109
-, in garrison there, 112, 116, 127, 136.

company at, 300
-, payments to, 311.

losses of company in action at Batenburg, 394.

does well in command at Berghen, 414, 433
-, Willoughby complains of, 417
-, claims to be governor, 417.

sends back troops sent by States, 418
-, stirs Leicester to action against States, 432-3.

letters from, 375, 415, 432.

-, referred to, 410.

Morgan, , ancient in Stanley's regiment, 351.

-, lieutenant in Stanley's company, 351.

Mornau, Capt., reports people displeased at coming of Solms, 410.

Mornay
-, Pierre de, seigneur de Buhy, M. de Buy, French Captain, says that queen will treat for peace, 353
-, sent to Count Neuwenar, returning to queen, 362-3
-, letters taken by, 374
-, confers with Williams about war, 435.

letters from, 380, 393, 415, 435.

Morris, Edward, Croft's man, Loo sends to England, 58-9.

Morris, Morice, Morysyous, Count. See Nassau, Maurice of.

Mors, ensign of Capt. Fermer at Veluwe fort, 329.

Mrs, Mours, Mewers, Mewrs, Moeurs, [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], Parma taken, 113, 125.

-, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.

-, countess of. See Emilia Walpurgis.

Morton, George, 48.

Motte, seigneur de la. See Pardiew.

Muiden
-, Muyden, [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], note of distribution of troops at, 383
-, Bacq removed from, 405, 408.

Munster, lord president of. See Norris, Sir John.

musters :

States object to, 198
-, States wish to be privy to, 221.

Leicester orders, 199
-, his regulations for preventing abuses in, 220.

instructions for, 231
-, about to be taken, 234
-, at Deventer, 242
-, taken but no money to pay, 254
-, list of, presented by Digges, 267-8.

-, master of. See Digges, Thomas
-, Swynnerton, Henry.

Muys van Holy, Jacob, M. de Meux, Escoutette of Dordrecht, the Scout, 68, 215.

begins to doubt, 95
-, Lesieur to go to, 349.

letter of, 72.

-, Hughes, son of, 349
-, proposed exchange, 68, 72, 95, 215, 244, 258.

Myddlebarrowe. See Middelburg.

Mydeltonne, William, dealings with Hugh Owen, 161, 171.

Myle, Adrisan van der, Vandermille, President, employed against Sonoy, 424.

Mylward. See Millward.