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Index: U

Pages 513-515

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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Ubiquitarians, expelled from Wittenberg, 128.

Udall
-, Capt., company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, asks to serve at Flushing, 320
-, Borlas tries to bring to Flushing, 418.

United Provinces. See Low Countries.

Unton
-, Umpton, Henry, at taking of Doesborch, 151
-, knighted by Leicester, 214.

Upton, , goes against Axel, 76.

Urtis, John, ship owner, 293.

says good landing for Spaniards near Portsmouth, 294.

Utenrecht, Capt., on side of English, 432.

Utrecht, Utrycht, Ewttrytt, Utrick [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands], 18, 98, 301.

Hemert brought to, 19
-, lost without English companies, 27, 52
-, Leicester at, 48, 118.

healthy site, 23
-, religious differences in, 53
-, garrison needed for as very mutinous, 55.

Thomas Cecil going to, 56
-, North made governor of, 87.

greatly affected to queen, 95
-, Buys assisted by certain of, 96, 101, 211-2, 236-7
-, and imprisoned at, 155, 334.

exposed by loss of Neuss, 102
-, action of Lord North at, 194.

six papists of banished, 111, 155
-, queen's letters to, 116
-, Leicester protects some expelled from, 126.

Huddlestone going to, 112, 114
-, T. Cecil goes to, 114
-, Huddlestone at, 116, 167
-, Clarke at, 198
-, Wilkes at, 205.

advisable for finances to be established at, 139
-, Council at, 164.

proceedings begun at, 157
-, Buys and Thin banished from, 424.

attempt at, against union of Provinces, 230
-, dispute with Province, 255.

Leicester insists on receiving Deventer, 234, 306
-, Ringault taken to, 253
-, States want to re-establish hereditary magistrate at, 325.

Council cannot repress disorder at, 265
-, efforts to pacify, 268-9
-, violent procedure, 274.

York sees Wilkes at, 270
-, Bracle at, 332
-, account of disputes at, 283-4.

need of queen's authority, to stay disorder in, 284
-, Hotman to write about, 286.

offers sovereignty to queen, 289, 324
-, considered as possible cautionary town, 308.

Mrs stirs up the trouble at, 308
-, queen should send governor to, 323
-, Deventer suggests establishing government at, 325.

dissatisfaction in, at release of Buys, 321, 323
-, release contrary to jurisdiction, 409,

reported expulsion of English from, 337
-, Norris complains of States of, 359.

Norris sick at, 364
-, checks in bands mustered at, 380.

not forgotten, 370
-, affairs of begin to take good course, 371
-, Clerhagen sends Wilkes account of, 372.

disposition of troops about, 372-3, 383
-, Norris must be careful to preserve, 376
-, list of horse at, 384.

levies forces in Leicester's name, 378
-, English horse eating villages between Holland and, 400.

plan of States to surprise, 382
-, people remove States troops from haven and put in English, 392.

full of talk about Deventer, 395
-, Norris cannot leave without endangering, 404.

Leicester's company received into, 404, 419
-, letter from Leicester to would do good, 404.

plan to subject to Holland, 404
-, Leicester urged to assure of return, 421.

take in Cherhagen's company, 405
-, difficulties with, 411.

men speak diversly and strangely of, 410
-, Truchsess retires from affairs to, 416.

still great division in, Wilkes asked to go and pacify, 425
-, hopes of settlement with, 430.

burgomaster of, unlawful election, 269.

- See Prounincq, Gerard de.

governor of. See North, Robert lord.

magistrates of, 273.

-, letter to Council of State, 317.

-, -, States General on Buys, 318.

deputy of. See Buth, Henry.

Escoutettes of, 321.

receiver general of. See Pottre, Jacob de.

tribunes of the people of, letter to Leicester, 336.

letters dated at, 14, 18, 20, 28, 33-4, 39, 44, 47-8, 50, 54-5, 66-8, 73, 75, 77, 81, 103-4, 115, 117, 126-9, 132, 134, 137, 149, 168-9, 172, 183, 202, 205-10, 256, 274, 317, 325-8, 334, 336-7, 343, 348, 354, 357, 359-60, 362-3, 368-9, 372, 394-5, 406, 412-3, 415-6, 420-1.

Utrecht, Province of Netherlands :

Bommel entry into, 2
-, wholesome grounds in, 23.

will hold no longer than queen protects, 54
-, offers sovereignty to queen, 226
-, question of her taking, 247, 289.

to join in contributions, 97
-, coins of, 113
-, contributions of, 177, 183, 229, 295.

quarrel with Holland, 132
-, dispute with States, 222-3
-, dispute with town, 255.

move in to deprive States of authority, 136
-, Meurs governor of, 179.

proposed anticipation of quota, to pay troops, 244
-, pay of troops in, 415.

Ringault asks for receiver generalship of, 258
-, recall deputies from States General, 374.

geographical account of, 303.

loss of Deventer endangers, 332
-, change and increase of garrisons in, 345-6.

Maurice to be established in government of, 381
-, need to have representative in Council, 430.

plot to bring under government of Holland, 381.

towns will not admit English companies, 382
-, danger of towns in yielding from desperation, 425.

governor of. See Solms, Adolf von, count of Mrs.

Provincial Council of, 237.

States of, letter to, 234.

the Union of, 240.

Uvedale, Wydale, Capt. Edmond, 176.

payment to, 311
-, declaration signed by, 376.