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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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Naarden
-, Naerdem, Narden [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands], healthy, strong position, 23
-, company mustered at, 268.

nails, cargo of, 350.

Namur [Belgium], geographical account of, 303.

Nantes [Loire Inf., France], 70.

Naples
-, [Prov. Napoli, Italy], Yorck means to go and settle at, 392
-, Stanley has pension in, 421, 435.

Nassau, Henry Frederick de, son of William of Orange, allowance made by States for, 179-80.

-, Justin of, natural son of William of Orange, Justinus, Admiral of Nassau, Admiral of Holland, 161, 171.

consulted about successor to Sidney, 381.

Burnham sees about Gozzo and Corsini goods, 431.

-, Maria of, married to Philip Count of Hohenlohe, 35.

-, Count Maurice of, Count Maurice, Morris, Mauris, Morice, Morysyous, 11, 161, 171, 392.

utterly disconted, advised by St. Aldegonde, 35
-, Buys stirs discontent of, 38
-, loss by fall of Grave, 48.

avoids Leicester, 35, 49
-, queen wants Leicester to show trust in, 94.

design of giving sovereignty to Denmark imparted to, 36.

suggests surprise of Axel, 75, 81
-, share in, 87.

inherits county of Holland, 131
-, popular, 137, 174
-, safeguards given by to people, 257.

should be one of Leicester's lieutenants, 174, 402
-, contributions not sufficient to pay, 180.

Flushing, inheritance of, 179
-, to marry princess of Denmark, 302.

request to make governor of Utrecht, 223
-, entrusted keys of Deventer to magistrates, 241.

arrangement for signing orders, 227
-, memorial touching government of, 303.

opinion of Modet, 284
-, Stanley and Yorke not under authority of, 371.

and government of Zeeland, 130, 408, 424
-, made captain general of Holland, Zeeland and Friesland, 317.

makes provision for Vianen, 345
-, ready to undertake the war, 363.

sounds drum to gather followers, 367, 370
-, takes title of Prince of Orange, 368, 370, 381, 437
-, troops take oath to, 381, 411.

minded to deprive queen of government, 367
-, in league against English, 368.

patent of, to Everston, 375
-, placard in name of, to regulate troops, 378.

strange behaviour of makes queen very backward, 376
-, threatens English horse, 404.

makes Count Philip governor of Woerden, 382
-, orders La Noire to Gorcum, 391.

Conway sends intercepted letters to, 386.

favours Hohenlohe against Leicester, 387
-, thinks country able to do without queen, 411.

proclaimed governor general of Holland, Zeeland and Frise, 387, 437
-, new oath of troops to, 411.

affronted by Sonoy, 410
-, besieges Sonoy in Medemblik, 424, 426-7
-, returns to Hague unsuccessful, 424, 428.

acting against Leicester's authority, 420-1
-, tries to introduce new governors into towns, 422
-, infringements of Leicester's authority by, 437-8.

letters from, 72, 111, 391

letter to, 348.

-, referred to, 95, 441.

-, Count Philip of, regiment in service of the States, 300
-, considered as governor of Zierickzee, 371
-, made governor of Worden, 382
-, made governor of Gorcum, 408, 437.

Gorcum will not accept as Governor, 405-6, 421, 424, 427.

-, Count William Louis, Guillaume of, 11, 300, 360.

governor of Friesland, 179.

contributions not sufficient to pay, 180
-, goes to Friesland, 254.

gives leave for troops to go, 282.

sovereignty of Utrecht offered to queen through, 289
-, and of Friesland, 291.

-, William of, Prince of Orange, 73, 137, 174, 373.

aware of frauds of Council of Estates, 33
-, how Buys dealt with, 38
-, Holland and Zeeland first to choose, 88
-, bought Flushing, 179.

acted by authority of Estates, 74
-, county of Holland granted to, 131.

kept command of sea by encouraging trade, 89
-, suggested sending for Ryngout, 175
-, employed Ryngout, 305.

princess has jointure from lands of, 179.

appointed Sonoy and Clerhagen, 222
-, could never brook Modet, 284
-, murder of referred to, 294, 304
-, says all is vanity, 361.

-, the Count of, VilUers and, 360, 380-1.

Navarre, 146.

-, king of. See Henry, king of Navarre.

Neale, William, 85.

Nemegen. See Nymegen.

Netherlands. See Low Countries.

Neuenaar, Newenar, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.

Neuss, Nuse, Nuic, Nuys, Nuz, Nwis, Newce, Newse [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], 47, 136.

need of relief, 14
-, Parma will take, after Venlo, 20
-, he moves to besiege, 46
-, feared loss, 49, 96
-, siege of, 75-6, 87.

steps to relieve, 77, 95, 106, 192
-, fall of, 98, 102-3, 111, 113.

Spanish losses at, 103, 106, 112, 116
-, exaggerated, 127.

Grave compared with, 108
-, three parts burned, 125
-, Cloet at, 300.

governor of. See Cloet.

Neville, Charles, earl of Westmorland, Parma sends to France, 392.

Newnes, Steven, sergeant major of Dunkirk, 292.

Nicolai, Adrien, paper signed by, 186.

Nicquit, John, joint owner of Hope, 296.

Niemegen. See Nymegen.

Nieuenare, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.

Nieuport, Newport [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], importance to England, 122.

cargoes of corn for, 160, 170, 350.

Spanish governor and captains at, 292
-, change in garrison, 293.

governor of. See Aviala, Diego de.

Nieustat
-, Niewstat, Councillor Corneille van de, appeal for Buys, 211-2, 236-8
-, letter of, 236.

Nimegen. See Nymegen.

Niphus, Dr., queen warned against, 205.

Nivelt. See Nyvelt.

Nonsuch [in Cuddington, co. Surrey], queen's court at, 201.

Norris, Norreys, Norrice, Capt. Edward :

at Rheinberg, 49
-, quarrel with Hohenlohe, 116, 126, 128, 133, account of, 117-8.

challenge to Hohenlohe, 240
-, need to appease quarrel, 374.

company of, 109
-, company reduced, 300.

notes on wrong done to brother John, 173
-, takes letters to Burghley, 234.

payment to, 311, 317.

letters from, 208, 239, 260.

Norris, Henry baron, toast of cause of Hohenlohe quarrel, 117.

-, -, lady, wife of, 117.

-, Capt. Henry :

company at Brill, 109
-, in camp, 110
-, at taking of Doesburg, 150.

knighted by Leicester, 214
-, payment to, 297
-, company reduced, 300.

payment to, 311, 316-7.

-, Norreys, Norrice, Nuritz, Sir John, lord President of Munster, colonel general of forces in Netherlands, 168, 303n.

company in raid on Parma's camp, 20
-, on court to try Hemert, 48.

charge of officers during command of, 22
-, as commander in chief, 41
-, pay during command, 262.

relations with Leicester, 47-8
-, proceedings compared, 78.

urges need of field operations but advice always rejected, 49
-, criticism of Leicester's operations, 92-3.

going to spend month in England, 73-4
-, asks for lands in Ireland, 93, 267.

payments made under, 75, 110, 209-10, 311, 351
-, criticism of, 83
-, payments to, 110, 297, 311-2, 316, 319
-, questions about musters, 140.

queen's instruction concerning treatment of, 94
-, order for continuance and salary, 103-4.

company of, 110
-, knew nothing of attempt on Gravelines or expedition to Brabant, 116.

involved in brother's quarrel with Hohenlohe, 116, 128, 133
-, Leicester sends Doyly to about, 117.

to go to relief of Rheinberg, 126, 128
-, commission upon, 127
-, force going with, 129
-, complains of situation, 133.

departs cheerfully, 134
-, quarrel with Pelham about quarters, 137-8
-, Leicester complains of factiousness, 138
-, fears misrepresentation, 233-4.

at taking of Duisburg, 146, 149-52
-, gallantry at Zutphen, 165.

loss of favour with queen and Walsingham, 163
-, their good opinion re-established, 164.

notes on wrongs done to, 173-4
-, in danger of life, 174.

relations with Philip Sidney, 208
-, Stanley, Yorke and others not under control of, 234, 333, 371.

Stanley and Yorke oppose, 266
-, unjustly charged about Stanley, 421.

to command English troops in Leicester's absence, 232, 234, 245, 332.

Wilkes praises, 233
-, recommends Price and Wilson, 279, 283
-, and Littleton, 290.

Yorke appeals to about Zouch, 247
-, asked to punish excesses of soldiers, 256.

agrees to division of Scots companies, 258
-, outvoted in Council about reduction of companies, 261.

complains of treatment by Leicester, 260, 412, 419-20
-, dislike between Leicester and grows irreconcileable, 377.

Stanley ignores letters, 267
-, letter addressed to by mistake, 271-2, 280
-, Stanley refers to, 273.

muster of men at Doesburg, 268
-, going on piece of service, 283
-, commissioned to attempt upon the enemy, 285
-, some journey in hand, 313.

Stanley professes friendship for, 287
-, Stanley speaks disrespectfully of, 318
-, Stanley has better allowance than, 323.

armour and furniture delivered by, to captains, 297
-, importunity for Huddlestone, 312.

request for Conway, 318
-, tries to reform insolence of soldiers, 322
-, uses credit to pay troops, 327.

moves to secure Wesel, 321, 324
-, ready to keep Spain busy in Netherlands, 327-8.

reports loss of Deventer, 326
-, takes steps to secure frontier towns, 330
-, asked to punish deserters from Deventer, 338.

appeal for Benyon, 342
-, appeal to States for unappointed companies, 346.

Moeurs to consult where English troops concerned, 345.

going to Hague, Utrecht unwilling to let go, 353
-, hopes to join Wilkes, 357
-, sick at Utrecht, 364.

Wilkes defends friendship with, 365-6
-, jealousies against, 369.

Leicester writes to about money for troops, 373, 376
-, Leicester's prejudice against, does not expect reconciliation, 412.

must take care to preserve Utrecht, 376
-, troop at Utrecht, 384
-, to reinforce Brill and Flushing, 386.

queen admonishes to lay aside private respects and devote himself to the service in hand, 386.

gallantry at Battenburg, 393
-, and care of cautionary towns, 409, 412, 418.

cannot leave Utrecht without danger to place, 404
-, exhorts Gorcum to resist innovations, 414-5.

Buckhurst to consult about defence of country, 411.

note of distribution of money delivered to, 415
-, captains refer question of payment by poll to, 431.

sends two companies from Bergen to Flushing, 418
-, orders from Leicester about distribution of troops, 419.

desires to be recalled, 420.

letters from, 47, 92, 133, 150, 208, 234, 245, 260, 266, 279, 290, 318, 326-7, 337, 342, 347, 353, 356, 358-9, 412, 414, 419.

-, referred to, 283, 287, 412.

letters to, 163, 272, 287, 360, 372, 386.

-, referred to, 125, 273, 373, 376, 409, 421.

-, Thomas, on land in Ireland, 267.

North Robert lord, governor of Flushing :

troops for, 5, 42
-, troop of, 384.

on court to try Hemert, 19, 48
-, right to grant passports, 26
-, provisional governor of Utrecht, 87.

munitioning by order of, 41

made governor of Harlingen, 87, 98, 179
-, troops at Zwolle mustered, 268.

railed against Norris, 173
-, action at Utrecht, 194
-, supported Modet, 284.

payments to, 316, 319
-, troops quartered about Iselstein, 404.

letters from, 18, 55, 102, 127.

-, referred to, 128.

Henry, second son of, knighted by Leicester, 214.

North Holland. See Holland, North.

Norton, Sir Richard, house of, 85.

Nott, Anthony, payments to, for Leicester, 244.

Nuic. See Neuss.

Nuiton, Nuton, Capt. Thomas, deposition upon loss of Deventer, 328-9.

Nunez, Dr. Hector, D. Hector, heads of letter from, 384.

Nunne, Henry, letter of, 361.

Nuovo aviso, paper called, libelling queen, 249.

Nuse, Nuys, Nuz. See Neuss.

Nyennarde, count of. See Solms, Adolf von.

Nymegen, Nemegen, Niemegen, Nimegen [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 126, 139, 340.

Leicester keeps chief of force before, 2
-, Hemert came in to camp before, 19, 48.

enemy re-erects sconces before, 49
-, hope of good news from, 198
-, enemy assembling at, 347.

Nyvelt, Nievelt, Nivelt, William van Zuylen van, Suyllen, sieur de Hertsberche, 226.

greffier of the chamber of finances, 49.

instructions of, 147.

deputy for Holland, to queen, 228, 295, 336
-, arrival in England, 245, 251.

paper signed by, 359.

letters from, 246, 266.