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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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Raines. See Rayns.

Raleigh, Rawley, Sir Walter, interest asked for Jewkes, 28.

Ramires, captain of horse, 292.

Ramel, Henry, Danish ambassador in England, Leicester to be informed of, 21, 42.

Rammekens
-, Ramekins, Rameken, Ramykins [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], English troops at, 109, 383
-, company mustered at, 267.

short of munitions, 129-30
-, payment of troops at 282, 286, 311, 317
-, dead pays allowed to captain of, 305.

to treat Sonoy well, 325
-, Russel sent as governor of, 348
-, in great need of supplies, 378, 383
-, Russel sends victuals to, 392
-, to prevent surprise by Dutch, 406.

Rancy, Ransey, Capt., States wish company to be sent to Tholen, 434, 440.

Randall. See Randolph.

Randolph, Randall, Randolf, Avery, 166.

letter of, 337.

-, Thomas, English ambassador in Scotland, letter to, 166.

-, Capt., troop of, 71, 109
-, in pay of States, 286
-, payment to, 319,

case recommended to Council, 369
-, company of, payment for victuals, 383.

Ranse, wonder that allowed to stay at Ostend, 368.

Ransey. See Rancy.

Rantzouw, Frederick, agreement with, for reiters, 330.

Rantzow, Ransoue, Ranzi, Raunce, Ransonius, Henry, stadtholder of Holstein, 38-9, 49.

-, -, Gerard son of, offers troops to Leicester, 36
-, at Amsterdam, 38
-, suspicion of, 39
-, offers services, 49.

-, -, Caius son of, capture of, 320-1
-, apology for, 324
-, released, 325
-, queen informed about, 343.

Raphael, Dutch postmaster, Treslong at house of, 245.

Rawley. See Raleigh.

Rayns
-, Raines, Reins, Reynes, Capt. John, Leicester aks for, with volunteers, 39
-, payment of troops, 83-4
-, disabled by sickness, 346.

Reade
-, William, Capt., men of, at taking of Axel, 77
-, knighted by Leicester, 214
-, sergeant major, 415.

to go to Burghley for pay, 243
-, Leicester makes sergeant major, 279
-, payments to, 316, 319.

Rechtere, Cornelis de, greffier of the States of Holland, documents signed by, 14, 157, 218, 317.

maliciously effected to Leicester and English, 381.

Recourt
-, Philippe de, seigneur de Licques, M. de Liques, Lyques, infantry commanded by, 299
-, regiment of, 435.

-, -, son of, 435.

recusants. See Catholics, Roman.

Regall, John, captain of Dunkirk ship, 292.

Reins. See Rayns.

reiters, rutters, German horsemen :

Mrs goes to Germany for, 50
-, only 2 instead of 3000, 74.

none for France or Spain, 127-8
-, 17 come to Deventer, 242.

reported at Bremen, 155
-, more good exploits on arrival, 156
-, contributions insufficient for, 180.

Parma goes off to fight, 165, 168
-, States responsible for, 191
-, reported defeat, 200.

proposed engagement, 229
-, estimated cost, 231, 351
-, resolution of States to engage, 328
-, articles of agreement, 330, 338.

Council writes about, 307
-, Leicester charged with neglecting to secure, 335.

Moers treating about, 333
-, agreement to engage, 411.

Remerstein [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands], troops attack people of Veenendaal at, 256.

Renty, Renti, marquis of. See Lalain, Emanuel Philibert de.

reprisal
-, letters of, granted for arrests in Spain and Portugal, 57
-, Hope detained under colour of, 296.

Reyne. See Rhine.

Reynes. See Rayns.

Rheinberg, Berck, Berke, Berghen, Borke, Rinberghen [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], 151, 278.

Leicester sends troops to, 14
-, feared loss, 49.

Edward Norris at, 49
-, Schenck at, 76.

Parma expected to besiege, 87
-, reported before, 112
-, besieges, 114, 116, 125, 276.

English troops at, 109, 114, 116, 268
-, English garrison needed for, 140.

army for relief of, 115-6, 126-9, 134, 136, 146, 156
-, Norris commands, 127, 133.

capture will give Parma control of Rhine, 126
-, Parma raises siege, 147, 160, 170, 182, 192.

Parma at, 200, 203
-, means to revictual, 201.

States General provision, 242
-, contract with Schenck to defend, 255
-, Schenck revictuals, 313
-, enemy prepares to renew siege, 324
-, Schenck near, 425.

Rhenen [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands], fairs at, 256.

Rhennes, Capt., payment for raising and transporting troops, 319.

Rhine, Reyne, River, 27, 125.

Leicester takes forts which annoy him on, 2
-, Parma's successes on, 8, 14
-, means to clear passage, 46
-, Parma's control of, 126.

control of lost with Neuss, 102, 136
-, Emden useful if denied, 108.

Norris to control ships of war on, 127
-, Norris has ships to use on, 286.

Parma crosses, 200, 204
-, possibility of forcing passage at Wesel, 201.

sconces to block passage of, 347
-, importance of Ruhrort for passage of, 424.

Richaeg, Dr. Do., advocate of Friesland, 291.

Richardot, sieur de. See Grussot, Jean de.

Riche, Capt., company reduced, 300.

Richebourg, marquis of. See Melun, Robert de.

Richmond [co. Surrey], letter dated at, 257.

Rijswijk, Jan van, sieur de Riswick, ex-governor of Grave, illness keeps from Council, 371.

Rinberghen. See Rheinberg.

Ringault, Ringoult. See Ryngaut.

Risburch, marquis of. See Melun, Robert de, marquis of Richebourg.

Rivero, Pedro, captain at Gravelines, 292.

Roberts
-, Capt. John, company at Brill, 109
-, payment to, 311.

Robles, Juan de, regiment of, 435.

Roche, Count de la, 292.

Roderigo, Italian, troop of, 299.

Roeloffs, Lion, friar in Zeeland, proposed exchange for Lesieur, 407, 413.

Roels, Roelsens, Roelsius, Guillaume, pensionary of Middelburg, deputy of Holland, 97.

accounts submitted to, 311.

-, -, papers signed by, 245, 282, 336, 338, 440.

Roerda, Roorda, Rorda, Charles, deputy for Friesland, accounts submitted to, 311.

maliciously affected to Leicester and English, 381, 395
-, expected at Utrecht to treat, 395.

Roerord, Roerort. See Ruhrort.

Rogiere, Capt., troop of, 299.

Rolles. See Rowles.

Romans, Spanish troops compared with, 248.

Rossum, enemy retired toward, 66.

Rotterdam [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 232.

company mustered at, 267
-, Overyng taken at, 341.

magistrates of to be advised of export of corn, 347.

Norris wants men sent to for garrisons, 359

stands steadfast to queen, 392.

skipper of, 157.

letters dated at, 233-4, 239, 245.

Rowe, Oliver, payment to, 84.

Rowles
-, Rolles, Capt. Thomas, removed from Flushing and Bergen, 42
-, troop makes place for Robert Sidney's, 71
-, company at Ostend, 109
-, payment to, 311.

Rck. See Germany.

Rudolf
-, the emperor, effort to move against Netherlands, 40
-, at Prague, manner of life, 124.

Ruhrort
-, Roerord, Roerort, Rurode [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], enemy besieges, 419, 421, 424
-, importance of, 424
-, surrender of, 430.

Ruloffs, Marten, gunner, deposition on surrender of Veluwe fort, 329-30.

Russel, Roussel, Edward, letter from, 391.

-, Francis, second earl of Bedford, 217.

name honoured in Netherlands, 218, 364.

-, Thomas, Flushing asks for, as governor, 217.

-, Sir William, lieutenant of the horse in Netherlands, 110.

company in raid on Parma's camp, 20
-, at taking of Doesborch, 151
-, at Zutphen skirmish, 165
-, payments to, 316, 319, 357.

troops, at Zwolle mustered, 268
-, company of to go to Bergen, 404.

asks for Vaerheilius, 309.

governor of Flushing, 371.

Flushing hopes to find another Sidney in, 312
-, Udal wishes to serve under, a favour many seek, 320
-, recommends Heron, 363-4.

instructions to, 348
-, patent of, 352.

expected at Flushing, 358
-, great hopes of, 364, 366
-, sends Vere to Bergen, 367.

says Buckhurst will come soon, 368
-, urges sending of a good governor, 378.

bound for victuals for Berghen, 375
-, troops of at Bergen, 384.

Astell came over with, 380
-, Villiers suggested, 381.

Walsingham asked to give government of Zeeland to, 392
-, could easily have it, 431.

sends victuals to Rammekens, 392
-, for fear of surprise by Dutch, 406.

asks Norris for more troops, 409
-, mutiny likely but for presence, 432.

account of state of affairs to Buckhurst, 422
-, Morgan sends Hart to, 433.

letters from, 363-4, 369, 377-8, 382, 386-7, 406, 409-10, 429-30.

-, referred to, 391.

nephew of, 430.

rutters. See reiters.

Rychert, P., papers signed by, 186, 440.

Rycke, Pierre de, deputy of Zeeland to queen, 228, 295.

rye
-, cargoes of, 292
-, price at Dunkirk, 294.

Rye, co. Sussex, mayor of, attests expenses of Barenstro, 430.

Rye, Marc de, Marquis de Varembon, Waranbon, commands Burgundians, 435.

-, Philibert de, sieur de Balancon, Ballancon, troop of, 299.

Ryngaut, Ringault, Ringoult, Ryngawte, Jacques, sieur de Cauwenbourgh, treasurer to chamber of finances, 33, 49, 155.

discovered irregularities to Leicester, 33
-, appointment causes jealousies, 73
-, States object to, 91, 189
-, charges against, 148
-, notes on himself, 175.

conference with, 131.

relations with Peret, 147, 156
-, fears action of States, 149
-, they want imprisoned, 157, 190.

alleged understanding with Leicester, 156
-, Wilkes to get removed, 169.

under arrest, 190
-, memo, for Leicester about, 226.

Wilkes to be careful in satisfying States about, 239
-, Wilkes' measures to protect, 253-4
-, Wilkes does not know what to do with, 269.

States angry with Leicester over, 253
-, States demand body of, 268.

asks for receivership of Utrecht, 258.

Ortel informs Burghley and Walsingham about, 270
-, Buys' dislike of, 301
-, petition to queen, 304-5
-, papers in custody of States of Holland, 396.

letters from, 147, 368, 395.