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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Palatinate of the Rhine, reformed by John Casimir, 124.
Palatine, Count. See John Casimir.
-, Elector. See Frederick IV.
-, Louis VI.
Palavicino, Horatio, English agent to German Princes, 36.
allegations of States touching debt of, 111.
-, Floris van, Count of Culembourg, Cuylenborch, Leicester dines with, 50
-, hinders pacification at Utrecht, 268
-, urges Leicester's return, 409.
letter of, 409.
Palmer, Andrew, controller of the Mint, Leicester asks for, 24.
assay made by order of, 25
-, and valuation of coins, 106.
papists. See Catholics, Roman.
Parasis, M., 273.
Pardieu, Valentine, seigneur de La Motte, La Mote, La Mothe, governor of Gravelines, 100, 292.
making preparations against Ostend, 414.
koops under, 299
-, regiment of, 435.
Paris, France :
paper dated at, 71.
supposed conspirators at, 146
-, spies from meet at Amiens, 161, 171.
Parker, Capt. :
brings Pelham's company into good state, 419.
Morgan recommends to Leicester, 433.
question of Queen of Scots deferred for, 153
-, assurance from States to upon contributions, 228.
petitions for execution of Queen of Scots, 249n, 250-1
-, queen's reply to, 252.
offers to furnish and entertain 20,000 men, 400
-, queen suspends the offer, 401.
Parma, duchess of. See Margaret of Austria.
-, duke of. See Farnese, Alexander and Ottavio.
-, prince of. See Farnese, Alexander.
Parrot, Sir Thomas, payments to, for Leicester, 244.
Paton, Patent, Patten, Patton, a Scottish captain, 117.
friend of English, to command one of Scottish regiments, 259
-, to redress disorders, 348.
Pauli, Andrea, councillor of duke of Saxony, 142.
-, Johan, deputy of Holland, accounts submitted to, 316.
Pawel. See Powell.
-, Capt., company at Rheinberg, 110, 116, 127
-, company reduced, 300.
Payntoun. See Peyton.
peace proposals :
queen does not wish people informed of, 3
-, Leicester argues against, 4.
rumour of, through Graffina and Loo, 3-4
-, reports about hurt cause, 36-7.
Parma assured that de Loo has enough to open with queen, 5
-, Parma fears queen trifling about, 7.
Champagny very desirous of, 6
-, de Loo talks with Richardot and Champigny about, 59.
queen's assurance to States about, 16
-, States do not believe in possibility of peace with Philip, 229, 295.
Parma writes to Burghley upon, 45.
de Loo sees Parma about, 56-8, 203-4
-, Parma ready to treat, though without full powers, 58.
suggestions of de Loo for, 60
-, he appeals to queen, 203-5, 224.
Leicester's warning against, 63
-, harm done by rumours of, 64, 114.
Queen repudiates Graffigna, 78-9
-, defines her aims, 79.
enemy encourages reports of, 114.
a declaration of treating, underhand to Leicester, 143-4.
de Loo urges Burleigh to get queen to take necessary steps, 206-7, 223-5
-, he appeals to Parma to define terms, 276
-, tells him English standpoint, 277-8.
envoys from Parma said to be in England for, 308-9.
letter from Parma to king of Denmark about, 320
-, Denmark sent Ranzau for, 321
-, States deprecate interference of Denmark for, 325.
queen must seek, disadvantageous if better methods not adopted, 333.
papers found on Ranzau concerning, 343
-, reasons which States refuse to consider, 344
-, Polish intervention declined, 439.
rumours of, spread by papists, 379
-, letter of Nuez on, point of religion, 384
-, Champigny on point of religion, 428-9.
Burghley states case to de Loo, 388-90
-, further statement, to be shown to Parma. 396-9.
Buckhurst to find how people affected to reconciliation with Spain, 411.
Buys and Zeeland reported to be secretly treating with Parma, 427.
Parma content queen shall appoint place for delegates to meet, 420
-, articles given to Parma on behalf of queen, 435-7.
Pedee, Jehan, Zeeland captain, plunders French ship, 70.
Peitton. See Peyton.
-, Bellam, Pellam, Sir William, lord Marshal, Leicester anxious to have, 12-3, 24, 99
-, greatly needed, 18.
arrives, Dutch jealousy of, 87
-, expedition to Brabant, 115-7.
part in Norris-Hohenlohe quarrel, 117-8, 128
-, tiff with Sir John Norris, 137-8
-, Leicester influenced against Norris, 173.
wounded at Doesborgh, 149, 151, 153
-, troop at Bergen, 384
-, company to go to Bergen, 404.
asks leave to retire, 166-7
-, appeal to for Buys, 213.
Leicester inclined to leave in charge of army, 209, 332
-, but changes mind, 234, 245.
note of payments required of, 239
-, not at muster, 268
-, payments to, 286, 316, 319, 357.
entrusted keys to magistrates of Deventer, 241
-, at taking of Deventer, 271.
lieutenant governor of Brill, wants to leave, 283
-, passes goods and victuals out of country without licence of Council, 323
-, suggestion of taking up quarters at Berghen, 325.
incensed against Wilkes, 365.
Parker brings company of to good estate, 419.
letters from, 137, 166.
Peret, Etienne :
relations with Ryngault, 147, 156
-, reasons of States' objections to, 148.
imprisonment, 147, 156.
-, Anthony, Cardinal de Granvelle, and peace negotiations, 6
-, Richardot in Spain with, 8.
influence with king of Spain, 144
-, book on fireworks from library of, 256.
-, Frederick, seigneur de Champagney, Champaignie, interest in peace negotiations, 5-8, 57-60, 143-4
-, and de Loo, 203, 277, 397
-, letter on negotiations, 428-9.
made chef des finances by Parma, 6, 8
-, articles of surrender of Venlo sent to, 58.
suggestion for letter to, 60
-, reported gone to England to treat, 308-9
-, asked what terms queen would demand, 388.
letters from, 67, 428.
-, referred to, 396-7.
Perrot, Sir John, lord deputy of Ireland, 93, 189.
-, Sir Thomas, gallantry at Zutphen, 165.
Perry, Mr., of Berghen, an Englishman, 349.
Pescara, marquis of. See Avalos, Cesar.
Petre, Robert, teller of the exchequer, 375.
-, Pettye, , Dormer's lieutenant, slain, 20
-, taken prisoner, 49.
-, Capt., company in camp, 110
-, payment to, 319.
Pettite, lieutenant in Stanley's company, 351.
Peucer, Gaspar, set at liberty, 128.
Peyton, Peitton, Sir John, to inform Walsingham of what passes in Netherlands, 289.
-, Payntoun, Capt., company reduced, 300
-, payment to, 319.
pheasants, presented to Walsingham, 312.
Philadelphus, cipher name of Walsingham, 323.
Philip II., king of Spain 33, 50.
and peace negotiations, 3, 6, 57, 60, 63, 79, 80, 143, 203-5, 223-4, 276-8
-, queen supposed deluding over peace, 7
-, no peace with good that does not include Dutch, 16.
forbids commercial dealings with England, 6
-, merchants afraid of offending, 27.
people offer services against England, 6
-, queen's danger from, 65, 145.
treaty with in 1564, 34
-, for sake of Dutch queen forced into war with, 41.
St. Aldegonde creature of, 35
-, Ryngaut served, 91
-, Parma best governor appointed by, 249.
devotion of Catholics to in Netherlands, 52
-, but people against, 62.
Parma's relations with upon peace negotiations, 58
-, wrong done by, to Parma, 334.
placard forbids dealings with subjects of, 70
-, Dutch revolt from, 88.
danger of Netherlands returning to and Emden revolting to, 82.
declaration on trade of Netherlands, 89
-, banishes English goods from Netherlands, 118
-, need of concessions from, for English trade, 389.
no German levies for, 127
-, influence of Granvelle with, 144.
cannot invade England without Flushing, 130
-, support of in England, 146
-, Dutch naval help for England against, 230.
Dutch consider negotiation with hopeless, 229
-, Dutch must prolong war during life of, 249.
saved Elizabeth in Mary's time, 250
-, queen's advances to fruitless, 251.
Denmark trying to arrange peace for, 252
-, will not yield on point of religion, 320-1.
Dutch press for help against, 282
-, Norris guarantees to keep busy, if supplied, 327-8.
charges at Dunkirk, 293
-, estimate of forces in Low Countries, 299.
making great preparations for war, 293, 310
-, likely to get all Netherlands by revolt, 311.
Stanley's troops take oath to, 331.
determination of Dutch to resist, 338
-, Denmark offers mediation to, 343
-, Dutch reasons for not considering peace with, 344
-, reasons for yielding on point of religion, 384.
Schenna served, 353
-, reward to Stanley, 435.
terms of peace required from, 388-9, 430
-, explanation of queen's policy to, in Netherlands, 388-9
-, queen uncertain if Parma has full powers from, 396.
difficulty with over granting freedom of conscience, 397-9, 428-9.
preparing ships against Ireland, 419
-, intercession of France, Spain and England had no weight with, about Netherlands, 439.
party in Netherlands favouring, 425
-, Mansfeld urges Hohenlohe to yield to, 426.
queen only asks to grant toleration, 435
-, peace terms submitted to, 435-7.
Philippeville, Philipsburg [Prov. Namur, Belgium], Parma's troops near, 434.
Phs, ? Phillips, Roger, man of Sir John Conway, 358.
Phulford, Capt., company reduced, 300.
Piacenza, Placentia [Prov. Piacenza, Italy], duke of Parma dies at, 293.
Pieron, Col., regiment, in service of States, 300.
Pinard, Pinart, Claude, sieur de Camailles, French secretary of state, paper signed by, 71.
Piron, Pyron, Col., governor of Terneuse, plans surprise of Axel, 77.
placard, Leicester's, restraining trade with Spain, 296.
generally disliked, 21, 40
-, French objections to, 69-71, 95.
opinion of Beale upon objections, 74
-, Ortel tells Burghley and Walsingham of, 270.
queen objects to, 90
-, modified to please States, 101
-, modified as regards trade to Spain, 109.
States seek modification, 156
-, their objections to, 158-9
-, question of releasing considered, 174.
Leicester's defence of, to queen, 196
-, memo, for Leicester to modify, 226.
difficulties propounded by Council of State upon, 319
-, States throw up against Leicester, 335.
Placentia. See Piacenza.
Ploech, Plough, , governor of Geertruidenberg, 179.
Plettenborch, Jehan van, commander of reiters, agreement with, 330.
Poelgeest, Jasper van, 247.
Poland, king of. See Stephen Bathory.
-, Capt. Thomas, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payment to, 312.
-, See Gregory XIII.
-, Sixtus V.
Portsmouth, co. Hants, 85.
good landing for Spaniards near, 294.
trade with England forbidden, 6
-, ships trading to, 90.
satisfaction claimed for injuries to English in, 57, 278
-, claim for free trade with, in peace terms, 389, 436.
coins of, 113.
placard forbids trade with, 158, 296
-, proposed oblivion for matters in, 435.
Parma's claims to, 210, 334.
king of (pretender). See Antonio, prior of Crato.
prince of. See Manoel.
Postella, Dr. Richaeus de :
document signed by, 291.
deputy from Oostergoe to offer sovereignty to queen, 336.
Pots, Walter, at Veluwe fort, 329.
Pottre, Potter, Jacob de, late receiver general of Utrecht, 258.
Povey, Peter, servant of Walsingham, 208.
Powell, Pawel, Powle, Capt. David :
company in camp, 110
-, payments to, 316, 319.
declaration signed by, 376.
Prague [Bohemia], emperor mostly resides at, 124.
Price, Pryce, Pryse, Capt. John :
company in camp, 110
-, under Norris, 129
-, Norris sends to Lord Marshal, 137
-, at taking of Doesborgh, 149-51.
company of, 300
-, losses of company at Batenburg, 394
-, in action at Batenburg, 394.
-, -, sergeant major, 110.
Norris recommends to Burghley, 279
-, appeals for restoration to office of sergeant major, 283
-, payments to, 311-2.
letter of, 283.
-, of victuals in Holland and Zeeland, 297
-, rise in, 392.
Privy Council. See Council.
-, Gerard de, called de Deventer, burgomaster of Utrecht, Leicester declares determination to support, 234-5
-, divisions at Utrecht after return home of, 255
-, Leicester's choice of a grievance with States, 269, 306
-, hostility to at Hague, 371.
gives Hotman letters from Utrecht for Leicester, 274
-, suggests making Utrecht centre of government, 325
-, Ringault informs of affairs, 396.
urges Leicester's return, 334, 421
-, disliked by States as friend of English, 404.
letters from, 325, 333, 421.
-, referred to, 255.
letter to, 371.
-, asked for, 369.
provost marshal. See Crispe, Peter.
Pryce, Pryse. See Price.
Puonrostro, count of. See Bobadilla, Francesco de.
Purviss, Henry, merchant, payment to, 84.
Pygot, Capt., imprisoned at Ghent, 161, 171.
Pyron. See Piron.