Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2, June 1586-March 1587. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.
This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. All rights reserved.
Sackville Thomas, lord Buckhurst, Bockhorste, 433.
and peace negotiations, 144.
cipher of, 365n.
expected at Flushing, 368
-, Sherley crossing with, 403
-, Buy wishes to go with, 415.
papers signed by, 372-3
-, private memorial for, 411
-, heads of instructions, 411-2.
docket of letters and papers taken by, 410.
message of, to States, 401-3
-, Gorcum encouraged by news of coming, 414-5.
dangerous for him to precede Leicester, 421
-, urges payment of troops, 423.
arrives at Flushing, 422, 430
-, address to leading townsmen, 422.
confers with St. Aldegonde at Middelburg, 422-3, 431
-, States deputies make haste to arrive before, 427.
Leicester's coming deferred until return, 424, 427.
States' opinion of mission, 428
-, Champigny alludes to speech of, on religion, 429.
letters from, 422-3.
St. Maur les Fossés [Seine, France], paper dated at, 71.
St. Omer [Pas de Calais, France], 70.
Sainte Aldegonde, sieur de. See Marnix, Philip.
Sainte Croix, marquis of. See Bacan, Alvaro de.
Salentin, count of Isenburg, ex archbishop of Cologne, restored Rheinberg, 125.
Salisbury, Captain [Ralph], brings word to Morgan, 376.
-, Salsbury, Thomas, Leicester asks for forfeited land of, 141, 143.
Salmes, count. See Solms, George Everard, count.
Saltonstall, Richard, governor of the Merchants Adventurers, 88.
-, Capt., company with Norris, 129
-, company at Deventer, 300.
Sanders, Saunders, —, 98.
Leicester recommends, wants embassy at Porte, 92.
San Domingo, West Indies, Spanish fleet at, seeking Drake, 58.
Sandt, Dr. Reyner van, echevin of Arnheim, deposition before, 329.
Santa Cruz, Santa Cruse, Fernando de, captain at Gravelines, 292.
Santa Cruz, marquis of. See Bacan, Alvaro de.
Sassi, Pedro de, colonel of slain, 394.
Saunders. See Sanders.
Savylla, John de, colonel, reported slain at Batenburg, 394.
-, duke of, elector of. See Augustus
-, duchess of. See Agnes Hedwig
-, Anne of Denmark
-, Sophia of Brandenburg.
Schagen, Schauen, John, sieur de Bersingerhorn, etc., deputy of Holland to queen, 228, 295.
Scheldt, River, trading up, 118.
Schenck, Shinck, Skenke, Shenks, Skinks, Skynk, Shynk, Schink, de Nydecken, Col. Martin, sieur de Afferden and Blienbeeck, 54.
raid on Parma's camp at Venlo, 19, 20, 33, 49
-, cannot get into Venlo, 27, 33
-, reported capture of Kaiserwerth by, 33, 49, 56.
Parma tries to win over, 46
-, losses at Venlo, 49, 55
-, at Rheinberg, 76, 127, 136.
hears that Queen abandoning Netherlands, 76
-, Blyenbeck, castle of, 77
-, commanding at Rheinberg, 112,
money to raise new regiment for, 180, 231
-, ready to convey Wyer to Sidney, 202.
contract with Council of State, 245, 255
-, captures victuals for enemy, 392.
in service of States, 300
-, payment to, 317
-, gold chain given to, 395.
wins skirmish and revictuals Rheinberg, 313
-, letter to would encourage, 374
-, will not acknowledge States, 392.
Ruhrort taken by, 419
-, goes to Ruhrort, 421
-, with force near Rheinberg, 425
-, operations of, 430.
-, -, wife of, 44, 55, 61.
Schenkenschanz, Schenks sconce, Schink's sconce [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], 347.
Schenna, Col. Melchior, offers services to queen, 352-3, 380.
letters of, 352, 380.
Scherff, Dr., Stanley demands keep of Deventer gate from, 242.
Scheveningen, Schevelin, Scheveling [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], skipper of, 123.
report of shippers of, 410.
Schiedam [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], company mustered at, 268.
Schmalcaldic League, proposed renewal, 219.
Schönenberg, John van, archbishop elector of Treves, enters Neuss, 103.
Schoonewal, sieur de. See Caron, Noel.
Schoonhoven, Schonhoven [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], Leicester at, 87.
Schorer, Bartholomew, de Loo's man, 59.
Schregelius, George Erasmus, 123.
Schrick, agent, 202.
Schultis, Frederick, agreement with, for reiters, 330.
Sclenger, ancient in Stanley's regiment, 351.
Scotland and Scots :
good fighting men, 12
-, levy of troops from, 83
-, troops at Doesborch, 150, 152
-, bands in camp at Zutphen, 167.
need of assuring in relation to Netherlands, 41.
ship of encountered by T. Cecil, 56
-, success of Randolf in, 166.
placard diverts trade of from Netherlands, 90
-, not prevented from trading with Spain, 158.
spies of, at Amiens, 161, 171.
States find fault with, 191
-, States want more, 192
-, troops to be mustered with Dutch, 221
-, payments to, 231
-, troops required for Netherlands, 435.
troops divided into two companies, 258
-, division unequal, 259.
soldiers thrown overboard by Dunkirkers, 293
-, troops ready to march for, 346
-, wars with the boors, 348.
mark weight of, 374.
news of queen's death not so ill taken in, 377.
chief objectors to Russel having government of Zeeland, 392.
king of. See James VI.
queen of. See Mary, Queen of Scots.
Scott, Humphrey, goldsmith, payment to, 317.
-, Capt. John, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payments to, 311.
Soburo. See Cubiaur.
Seckeford, Henry, keeper of the privy purse, payment to, 85.
Secretary of State
-, See Davison, William
-, Wilson, Dr. Thomas
-, Walsingham, Sir Francis.
- France. See Pinard, Claude.
Seeroskercke, Philip de, seigneur de Tuyll, Seroulz, Tyell, 49n.
greffier of the chamber of finances, 49.
has access to the Council of State, 301.
Seidny. See Sidney.
Selby, —, Capt., Leicester recommends to Walsingham, 18.
Selby, Silbie, William, payments to, for Leicester, 243-4.
Senoy. See Sonoy.
Seravia, —, preacher of Leyden, bad opinion of Modet, 284.
-, See Price, John
-, Reade, William.
Seroulz. See Seeroskercke, Philip de, seigneur de Tuyll.
Sertingamebuss. See Hertogenbosch.
Seville, Civill [Prov. Andalusia, Spain], supplies ships to king, 293.
S'Gravenhage. See Hague.
Shaping, Chaping, William, ship's master of Margate, prisoner at Dunkirk, 216, 288.
Shawe, Capt. :
company at Rheinberg, 110, 116, 127
-, company of, 300
-, losses of company at Batenburg, 394.
will try to get into Rheinberg, 127
-, payment to, 319.
gallantry at Batenburg, 393.
Sheffield, Gregory, letter of, 440.
Shelley, Robert, of the Household, quarted at Sherley's house, 352.
Shelton, John, alias Huntley, payment to, 311.
Shenks, Shinck. See Schenck.
ships, Dutch :
most of great sold, 159
-, pay toll for passing Sound, 230.
supplied to Drake, 233.
-, English, Herle could not suffer arrest of, 301.
-, French, make reprisals on Dutch, 159.
names of. See Bull, Concepcion
-, Golden George
-, Great Culenborch
Shirley, Shurley, Capt. Anthony, company reduced, 300.
-, Sherlie, Shurley, Sir Thomas, 115.
memorial for, 82-3
-, troop of, 384.
to act with Huddilstone as treasurer, 83-4, 94, 98
-, to be treasurer, 88, 188
-, patent to as treasurer, 380.
gone to England, 207
-, Shelley quartered at house of, 352.
money delivered to, 207, 209
-, payments to, 316, 357.
sent over with 5000l., 372-3, 376
-, expected with Buckhurst, 403
-, does not come as announced, 419.
Buckhurst asks to imprest 20l. weekly for troops, 423.
letters from, 113, 126, 142, 166, 305.
letters to, 29, 187.
-, alluded to, 403.
-, Shurley, Capt. Thomas, company in camp, 110
-, at Deventer, 268
-, company quartered about Isselstein, 404.
-, Robert, Judge Suite, Baron of the Exchequer, 19
-, nominated to Isle, 55.
Shutte, Jehan, payment for archers, 319.
Shynk. See Schenck.
Siatler, supposed conspirator, 146.
Sibior. See Cubiaur.
-, Capt. John, payment to, 312
-, Twidder succeeds, 316.
Sidney, Frances lady (Sir Philip's wife and Walsingham's daughter), 216-7.
recovery of, 313.
-, Cidene, Seidny, Sydney, Sir Philip, governor of Flushing, 131, 302.
troop of, 10, 71, 109, 300
-, payment of troops, 316
-, for transport, 317.
going to Flushing, 68
-, and taking of Axel, 75-7, 87, 104
-, at Gravelines, 92.
payment to, 88
-, disbursements by, 110
-, payment in time of, 286.
attempt upon Gravelines, 99, 100, 110, 116
-, criticism of operations, 130.
recommends Fremin, 102
-, Ringault sends minute to, 149
-, recommends Burrough, 154.
present at quarrel between Hohenlohe and Edward Norris, 117-8, 240.
at taking of Doesburg, 151
-, gallantry at Zutphen, 165-6
-, wounded, 165-6
-, doing well, 168.
appeals to Wyer to come, 201
-, account of last days, 202.
references to death, 208, 213, 216, 235, 251
-, eulogies of, 213, 217-8
-, epitaph on, 219
-, condolencies on, 243, 360.
good offices invoked for Buys, 213
-, 'made the foundation,' at Deventer, 271.
book on fireworks lent to, 256
-, moved on behalf of Gellee, 296.
Wingfield at Flushing with, 275
-, a kinsman of his, 282.
Yorke humbled himself to please, 310
-, Lesieur's hopes buried with, 413.
Flushing hopes to find another, in Russel, 312, 364, 366, 381
-, Errington deputy after death, 348, 371.
payment for Axel and Gravelines, 319
-, made way easy for Russel, 392.
resigned, Bergen to Willoughby, 417
regiment of Zeeland of, 422, 432
-, talk of giving regiment to Solms, 432, 437.
letters from, 68, 102, 129-30, 154, 162, 201.
letter to, 214.
-, Robert :
troop of, 71, 109, 340, 384.
to go to Denmark for horse, 36
-, mission to Denmark, 82, 136.
at taking of Doesburg, 151
-, muster of troops at Arnheim, 268
-, cornet of nearly betrays Arnheim, 342.
-, payment of troops, 311, 316-7
-, regiment quartered about Iselstein, 404.
letter from, 130.
-, baron, cornet of, 328.
silk, importation of, 50.
Sille, Nicasius de, counsellor of Amsterdam, 226.
deputy of Holland to queen, 228, 295, 336.
Simon, searcher of the port of London, 416.
Simons, John, skipper of Rotterdam, depredations on, 157.
Sirickzee. See Zierickzee.
Sisneros. See Cisneros.
Sixtus V., pope :
supplies men and money to king of Spain, 293
-, liberal with dispensations, 344.
Skenke, Skynck. See Schenck.
Sluys, rEscluze, Escluse [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], 69.
English garrison required for, 140
-, notes on entertainment of governor and companies, 358.
obligations to Leicester, 235
-, an impediment to enemy, 236
-, need to provide for defence, 249
-, to be cared for, 370
-, payment of garrison, 400.
distribution of troops at, 383.
Parma expected to attack, 391, 414, 433.
governor of. See Grunevelt, Arnold Sieur de.
letters dated at, 236, 342.
Sluysken, —, greffier, 329.
Smith, Smyth, Mr., Leicester recommends, 1.
-, Captain, 100
-, company at Deventer, 300
-, Wilkes recommends, 356.
-, lieutenant to Capt. Bourghe, 87.
-, Ambrose, Walsingham thanked for goodness to children of, 379.
-, Gavin, master of the transports, payment to, 319.
-, young, deceased, 155.
-, Richard recommended by Leicester and Sidney, 162.
-, Thomas, 247.
Smythe, John, paper endorsed by, 347.
-, ancient in Stanley's regiment, 351.
Snelgar, suit of Wilkes with, 379.
Snoy. See Sonoy.
Sobiaur. See Cubiaur.
Soete, Josse de, heer de Villiers, Captain Vyllers :
hope of exchanging, 77.
company with Norris, 129
-, in service of States, 300
-, Hohenlohe promises to redeem, 395.
-, -, wife of, madame Villiers, 395.
Solicitor General. See Egerton, Thomas.
Solms, Adolf von, count of Mörs and Neuenaar, Meurs, Mewers,Moeurs, Newenar, Nieunare, Nyennarde, 11, 87.
on court to try Hemert, 27
-, Leicester makes president of court of finances, 33, 49.
goes to Germany to levy reiters, 50, 192
-, contracts for, 191, 330
-, at Hague about reiters, 333.
took Neuss, 125
-, in service of States, 300
-, and Princes of Germany, 393.
governor of Utrecht, Overyssel and Gelderland, 179
-, asks for English noble to keep Utrecht quiet, 194
-, appeal to about Buys, 236.
Leicester recommends to States of Utrecht, 234
-, reports excesses of troops, 256.
sent by States to pacify Utrecht, 255, 258, 268, 274, 283.
safeguards given by, to people, 257
-, a stranger not capable of office, 301.
scorns and abuses English, 274, 308
-, Hohenlohe draws over to faction, 308
-, in league against English, 368.
takes letters to Norris about Deventer, 337
-, losing labour in going to Hardwick etc., 347-8.
instructed to secure frontiers, 345
-, Hohensaxen to be lieutenantof, 395, 408.
refuses oats to Essex's troops, 359
-, Wilkes asks to admit English horse, 394.
tries to bring Utrecht under government of Holland, 381, 404.
said queen's promises commonly without effect, 404
-, Buhy anxious that shall have no cause for dissatisfaction, 415.
letters from, 235, 256, 309, 362.
letters to, 256, 273, 394.
-, alluded to, 155, 275, 278, 411.
-, George Everard, count of, count Salmes, Zolms, of court to try Hemert, 48
-, given government to Zeeland, 387, 408, 437
-, goes to take possession, 392
-, takes possession, 403.
people dislike coming of, 410
-, States of Zeeland send back, 418, 424
-, people doubtful what to do about reception, 422
-, States of Zeeland on point of receiving, 431.
Buckhurst warns Middelburg about receiving, 422
-, captains in Zeeland government dislike, 431.
Maurice frets at rejection, and swears to re-establish, 427
-, made lieutenant of Maurice, 438.
Sonoy, Senoy, Snoy, Sonhay, Dietrich, M. de, governor of N. Holland, 179.
complains of Count Edzard, 105
-, Leicester only continued appointment, 222.
objects to reduction of regiment, 281-2
-, regiment in service of States, 300
-, said to have taken new commission from Maurice, 381, 437.
recommendation to treat well, 325
-, remains faithful, 421
-, Buckhurst thanks, 422.
required to take new oath and commission, 408
-, refuses oath or to take garrison into Medemblik, 411, 422.
Maurice besieges in Medemblik, 424, 426
-, Maurice wishes to force oath on, 424
-, and tries to eject, 426.
Van der Myle employed against, 424
-, letters about Maninga, 439.
letter from, 281.
-, referred to, 439.
letter to, alluded to, 422.
Sophia of Brandenburg, wife of Christian,elector of Saxony, 124.
Sosa, M., 253.
Soubourg in Walcheren [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], letter dated at, 367.
Souche. See Zouch.
Sound, the, tolls imposed by Denmark at, 230.
South Holland, See Holland, South.
Southwick, Southwyk, co. Hants, 85.
Spain and Spaniards :
last war with France, 70
-, Monsieur opposed as duke of Brabant, 74.
coins of, 113.
Dutch will bear any charges if defended against, 135
-, rule of made name of governor odious in Netherlands, 264.
troops compared with Romans, 248
-, would destroy liberty of Hamburg if conquered Netherlands, 280.
galleys bring gold for war to enoa, 6
-, Count Edzard devoted to, 35
-, need to avoid throwing him into hands of, 40.
people offer help to king against England, 6
-, Richardot long in, with Granvelle, 8
-, peace overtures from, 17.
Dutch would revolt from at first check, 18
-, without more help hard to keep Dutch from making peace with, 37.
objections to placard restraining trade with, 21, 40, 70, 90, 109, 158, 296
-, arrest of English goods in, 57
-, indemnity claimed for, 278.
Schenck surprises camp, 49
-, two captured at Axel, 77.
Dutch irreconcilable with will want other sovereign, 81
-, Dutch think reconciliation with hopeless, 295.
troops bore brunt of Neuss, 103
-, mutiny of in Parma's camp, 166, 170
-, troops with Parma, 162, 171.
Count Edzard afraid of, 136
-, Danish ministers corrupted by, 256.
uncertain what course Dutch will take with, 163
-, tyranny of makes name of governor odious in Netherlands, 179
-, danger of Dutch returning to, 180
-, query on prospect of reconciliation with, 298.
ships sailing from, 185, 296.
unaccustomed reverses in Netherlands, 193
-, Leicester vindicates successes of army against, 195.
get relief by indirect supplies, 196
-, dearth in towns held by, 229.
numbers in Netherlands army, 214
-, reinforeing in every quarter, 234
-, list of companies, 299.
some advocate conquest of Flanders from, 247
-, Catholic influence in Netherlands favourable to, 248.
expected attack on Holland or Zeeland, 254
-, troops drawn out of Brabant into Luxemburg, 262
-, Stanley says treat troops better, 271
-, supposed designs on Berghen, 286.
troops suffer from great lack of necessaries, 280
-, only 7000 with Parma, 292.
talk of prophecy of conquest of England, 293
-, can easily land near Portemouth, 294.
Dutch trade with, 301
-, Rycaut's property held by, 305
-, Yorke wishes goods in England were changed to money in, 328
-, Yorke goes to, 392, 421.
talk of secret peace negotiations with, 308
-, talk of surrender to, 325.
danger to England if secure hold of Netherlands, 320
-, English becoming as hateful as, to Dutch, 322
-, danger of Netherlands falling to, 333.
Norris confident of checking because of wretched state of army, 327.
England sole support of Netherlands against, 337
-, danger to Netherlands from, 363.
Denmark sends to, about mediation, 343
-, proposed oblivion for matters in, 435.
Dutch abhor idea of peace with, 343-4
-, queen wishes to know how States affected to reconciliation with, 411.
great preparations reported from, 377
-, claim for freedom of trade with, 436.
soldiers slain at Battenburg, 394
-, distribution of troops in Netherlands, 414, 434
-, Stanley's place in army, 435.
queen's defence of Netherlands against, 401
-, Norris's care prevented conquering provinces, 420.
Germans dislike fresh troops of, in Antwerp, 433
-, convoy of ambushed by men of Berghen, 434.
king asked to remove troops from Netherlands, 436.
-, fleet at S. Domingo, seeking Drake, 58
-, intended for invasion of England, 146.
-, king of. See Philip II.
Spaza, supposed conspirator, 146.
Spencer, Capt., company of, 300.
-, James, provost marshal, payment to, 319.
Spire [Bavarian Palatinate, German Empire], proposed diet at, 219.
Stafford, Sir Edward, English ambassador in France, 96.
Stanley, Sir Edward :
grant of Leicester to for gallantry at Zutphen, 186-7.
knighted by Leicester, 219.
sent to England by brother, 287, 328
-, takes letter, 309.
-, Sir George, 189.
-, Standley, Sir William, 13.
payment of troops, 12, 83-4
-, payments to, 209, 319.
master of the camp and provost marshal, 111.
at taking of Doesborch, 150-1
-, quarrels with Norris, 150.
not under control of Norris, 234, 260
-, opposition to Norris, 266.
complaints of from Deventer, 241-2, 261, 266-7
-, Wilkes advises Leicester of, 261
-, Wilkes remonstrates with, 263-4
-, reply of, explanations, 271-2
-, Wilkes' rejoinder to, 280-1.
asks employment elsewhere, 246, 288
-, craves news of England, 287.
complains of state of garrison, 272-3, 287-8, 307
-, burgesses ask for removal, 340-1.
Wilkes asks Leicester to admonish, 276
-, Wilkes warns of reported practices with enemy, 278-9.
man brought from enemy country, 303
-, will not let Aston go, 310,
Council asks for withdrawal, 307, 318
-, disrespectful speech of, 318.
Deventer about to revolt on day entered, 311
-, delivers Deventer to enemy, 326-33, 337, 341.
Wilkes writes of behaviour, 322-3
-, Council had no control of, 327, 333
-, Council warned about, 342.
held in high esteem, 323
-, considered for chief command, 332.
practises in Ireland, 327
-, boasts will stir war in Ireland, 328.
States warned about but could do nothing, 336
-, suspected as Catholic, 337.
proscribed as traitor, 340, 345
-, did good service before, 361.
Overend agent of, 341-2
-, Benyon lieutenant of, 342
-, and can give information about, 343
-, said to be growing frantic, 392
-, will be dealt with as traitor, 403.
officers of regiment, 351.
Leicester gave absolute authority to, 371
-, evil effects of treachery, 377, 382, 403.
placard against, 409
-, traitorous speech, 419.
tries to get Taxis to corrupt Kirkman, 419
-, persists in treason, reward, 421, 435.
conditions of service, 435.
letters from, 188, 246, 271-2, 287.
-, referred to, 281, 307, 421.
letters to, 263, 278, 280.
wife of, 328.
-, —, captain in Stanley's regiment, 351.
Staper, Richard, 296.
States General. See under Low Countries.
Stavoren [Prov. Friesland, Netherlands], attached to North's command, 87.
Steenbergen, Stenberghen [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], enemy concentration at, 286.
Stekene, Steken [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], enemy gathering at, 262.
Stephen Bathory, king of Poland, letter to upon peace mediation, 439.
Steward, Alexander, knighted by Leicester, 214.
Still, Styll, Dr. John, master of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, Leicester wants in Netherlands, 53.
Stöchelen, Warmond de, letter of, on Dutch relations with English, 361-2.
Stokes, —, Hope detained by, 296.
-, Rouland, fishmonger, 416.
Stookes, Thomas, merchant of London, letter to, 160, 170.
Stratford, Capt., company with Norris, 129.
Styll. See Still.
Suterman, Capt., brings word from Conway, 385.
Sutfen, Sutfield, Sutfine. See Zutphen.
Suttell, Captain, a Walloon, and Gravelines, 99.
Suyllen. See Nyvelt, William van Zuylen van.
Swan, Capt., appeal to Council for pay, 390.
Swanne, Henry, corporal of the camp, payments to, 311, 319.
Sweden, not hindered from trading with Spain, 158.
Swol, Swoule. See Zwolle.
Swynnerton, Henry, muster master, payments to, 110, 311, 319.
Sydney. See Sidney.
Symay. See Brimeu, Marie de, princess of Chimay.
-, Symms, Symes, Capt. Edward, troop in States' pay, 71
-, payment to, 311.
Sytfyn. See Zutphen.