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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-, price in Holland and Zeeland, 297
-, for horses, 319.
Odiham, Odyham, co. Hants, 85.
Oecolampadius, (John Hausschein), 123.
Oillarts, A., letters signed by, 217-8.
Okyng. See Woking.
Olaco, Gaspar de, Spanish captain, 434.
Oldenbarnevelt, Barnevelt, Barnwelt, Jan van :
Wilkes speaks to about Ringault, 253
-, says copies of Acts delivered to Atye, 255.
assisted Council, from States, in reducing companies, 259
-, dislikes act of restriction, 261.
passionate speech in Assembly, after Deventer, 335, 354
-, maliciously affected to Leicester and English, 381
-, attends meetings at Hohenlohe's house, 396.
communicates request of Wilkes for corn, 346
-, Wilkes answers about Leicester, 405.
move to prevent English garrisons in Holland, 407.
Oncle, Bonaventure van, letter of, 304.
Oostergoo, Oestergoe [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands], offer of sovereignty to queen, 291.
deputies to queen. See Aylva, Wybrant
-, Postella, Dr. Richeus de.
Opbergen, Hans van, a spy, 161, 171.
Orange, prince of. See Nassau, Maurice of
-, Nassau, William of.
-, princess of. See Coligny, Louise de.
Orapine, a count of Rome, 214.
ordnance. See guns.
Ormonde, earl of. See Butler, Thomas.
-, Joachimi, agent of the States in England, considered a bad instrument, 37
-, Leicester suggests withdrawal, 96
-, Leicester calls an agent of Buys, 193
-, moves for Buys, 211-2.
agrees about pay of army, 99
-, will not deliver matters of weight from States, 257.
announces arrival of deputies, 245
-, denies having said anything against Leicester, 270.
memorial for merchants, 295-6
-, appeal for Hendricksen, 416.
letters from, 187, 211-2, 216, 245, 266, 416.
letter to, 155.
Ostend [Prov. W. Flanders, Belgium], 12.
troops at, 10
-, English companies at, 109, 300.
Flemish companies at, 110
-, English troops required at, 140
-, companies mustered at, 267.
payment of troops at, 121, 133, 142, 172, 202, 312, 319, 372-3.
Digges and Leicester go to, 164
-, Digges at, 198
-, Capt. Littleton, at 290.
prisoners of war at, 216
-, hindrance to enemy getting supplies, 236
-, need to provide for defence, 249.
rumours of surprise of, 306
-, suspected designs of enemy on, 324
-, might suffer fate of Deventer, 336.
only one captain left at, 313
-, Conway succeeds Knollys as governor at, 318
-, promises to Conway on accepting, 340.
lack of discipline at, 323
-, has long suffered from lack of victuals and government, 385.
attitude of States to, 341
-, they desire loss of, 358
-, importance of, 385.
Conway getting supplies for, 341
-, greatly distressed and small help to be got at, 342.
friar at, for ransom of Lesieur, 349, 407, 413
-, Capt. Brett to, 361.
Littleton accused of intention to betray, 357-8.
payments for victualling, 357
-, hoy taking victuals to, 358
-, victuals sent to, 361
-, supplies for, 370, 379
-, short of supplies, 385
-, Wilkes appeals to States for, 391.
troops for, from Utrecht, 372
-, list of troops at, 383
-, numbers short, 384
-, troops wanted at, from London, 385.
Parma expected to attack, 391, 414, 423, 434.
Sherley relieves with i, 403
-, Browne victualling, 419.
Medekirk's offer touching, 412
-, Zuyderman needed at, 430.
governor of, may grant passports, 26.
- See Conway, Sir John
-, Knollys, Sir William.
letters dated at, 358, 386, 434.
Osterrck. See Austria.
Ottamon, Otteman. See Hotman.
-, Overyng, Hugh, agent for Sir Wm. Stanley, payment for troops, 84
-, taken at Rotterdam with letters of Stanley, 341.
employed by Stanley in affair between Conway and Bourne, 342.
Overstein, Oversteyn, John Philip count of, or Eberstein, in service of States, 300.
-, Captain, company with Norris, 129.
-, Overissel, Prov. of Netherlands, heathiest grounds in, 23
-, will hold no longer than queen protects, 54
-, in danger of yielding, 73
-, danger of losses in, 93.
governor of, 179
-, quota of, 183
-, proposed contribution, 295.
better inclined to queen than Holland, 226
-, towns will not admit English companies, 382.
Stanley has control of garrisons in, 267
-, loss of Deventer imperils, 326, 332.
changes in garrisons of, 345-6
-, Hohensaxen refuses command in, 408
-, danger may yield to enemy in despair, 425.
governor of. See Solms, Adolf von, count of Mrs.
Owen, , 141.
-, Hugh, Mydeltonne's dealings with, 161, 171.
Oxford, co. Oxford, dean of Christ Church. See James, William.
-, earl of. See Vere, Edward de.
Oyen, Guillaume van, deputy of Venlo, signs articles of surrender, 61.
Oyseleur, Pierre de l', M. Villiers, the minister, bad opinion of Modet, 284.
sends condolences on death of Sidney, 360
-, speaks of measures of defence, 370
-, says Leicester gave Stanley and Yorck freedom from control, 371
-, advises Maurice to take title of Prince of Orange, 381.
recommended Russel as governor of Flushing, 381.
letters from, 360, 380.
-, referred to, 370.