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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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Waad, Wade, William, clerk of the Council, well treated in France, 377.

Waal, River, Leicester takes forts that annoy him on, 2.

Wachtendonk
-, Wachingdowen, Wacktendonck, Wayttendon [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], Leicester sends troops to, 14
-, losses at after Schenck's raid, 20
-, enemy before, 49
-, likely to fall, 87.

Waert. See Vaart.

Waes [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], dykes pierced to flood, 87.

Wageningen, Waghenen, Wagening [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 257.

troops at, 10
-, troops sent to, 55
-, English company at, 110
-, company mustered at, 268.

Walcheren
-, [Prov. Zeeland Netherlands], importance of, 370
-, Solms instituted to government of, 438.

Walck, Walk. See Valck.

Walle, Thomas, lieutenant of reiters, agreement with, 330.

Waller
-, Sir Walter, company at Rheinberg, 110
-, company of, 300
-, payments to, 311.

Walloons
-, troops, 161, 171
-, in Parma's army, 162, 171, 292, 299
-, disposition of, 435.

Walsingham, Valsingan, Sir Francis, Secretary of State, 134, 160, 170.

Leicester waiting, to hear from about money, 24
-, delivers charges to Huddilstone, 67
-, to hear Huddilstone's defence, 83
-, draft note of payment by, 84
-, supports Ryngout, 175
-, knows of Ryngout's offers, 189.

Leicester asks good offices with queen, 141
-, could not resist peace leanings of majority of Council, 144.

altered in good opinion of Norris, 163
-, but easily persuaded in his favour by Wilkes, 164.

Wilkes fears may detain instructions, 197
-, Combes and, 201, 205
-, deceived about Bodenham, 215.

friendly offices asked for Buys, 212
-, Ortel informed about Buys, 270.

supplies money to Le Sieur, 214
-, and exchange of Cubiaur, 215.

condolences to, about Sidney, 243
-, grief causes to withdraw from affairs, 251.

Le Sieur submits cause to, 289
-, hath too much attributed to alchemists, 301.

Vaerheilius asks influence with Leicester, 309.

present of pheasants to, 312
-, Villiers assures of friendship, 381.

Wilkes suggests acting to reconcile Leicester and Hohenlohe, 324
-, will do best to reconcile Leicester and Norris, 377.

letters from, 28, 160, 251, 357, 377, 372-3.

-, alluded to, 22, 96, 215.

letters to, 1, 9, 17-8, 22, 28, 39, 47, 50, 67-9, 72, 82, 92, 102, 104, 123, 126, 130, 141-2, 145, 153-4, 162, 166, 183, 184, 188, 198-9, 208, 212-3, 216-7, 219, 233, 243-6, 252, 256-7, 259-60, 274, 279, 282-3, 287-90, 309, 312, 315, 318, 320, 322, 333-4, 336-7, 340, 342, 352, 354, 356-7, 360, 362-6, 370, 373, 378-80, 387, 391, 393, 407, 409, 412-3, 415, 417-20, 422, 424, 426, 429-31, 433.

-, alluded to, 23, 139, 166, 423, 432.

as John Aldersay, 349.

daughter of, 68.

Waranbon, marquis of. See Rye, Marc de.

Ward
-, Capt., company in camp, 110
-, under Norris, 129.

soldiers disbanded, 346
-, appeal to Council for pay, 390.

Wart. See Vaart.

Watts, , Hope detained by, 296.

Waugh, Wauue. See Wouw.

Wauton, John, money to be delivered by, 416.

Wawe. See Wouw.

Wayman, Capt., goes to Zutphen sconce, 207.

Wayttendon. See Wachtendonk.

Weanman, taken in raid on Parma's camp, 49.

Webbe
-, , clerk of the check at the Hague, takes letters to England, 231
-, influence with Walsingham, 301.

-, Thomas, supported Modet at Utrecht, 284.

Webber, , Wilkes to secure removal, 169.

Weeck. See Wijk.

Wehl, Wele [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], loss of, 73.

Welsh, Capt., taken prisoner, 87.

Weman, Capt., company at Deventer, 300.

Werckendam, Werchendam [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], fort of, Hohenlohe tries to get hold of, 359.

Werde, Joos vander, agreement with, for reiters, 330.

Wesel, Wezel [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], 125, 328.

garrison sent to, 126
-, Parma moves camp to, 161, 170
-, Parma lodged near, 200
-, enemy troops near, 254, 286.

bridge at might be attempted, 201
-, Combes lives at, 205.

Norreys expected to march towards, 286
-, he goes to assure, 321, 327.

Parma promises to duke of Cleves, 306
-, enemy removes from, 347.

Weser, River, Germany, 301.

victuals more than Ems, 302.

West Friesland :

move to change name of N. Holland to, 177.

remonstrance from, upon privileges, 218-9, 230
-, oath of troops to states of, 411.

Westminster :

receipt of exchequer of, 207.

patents dated at, 352, 380.

Westmorland, earl of. See Neville, Charles.

Westphalia [German Empire], Bobadilla's regiment in, 434.

wheat :

scarcity and cost, 160, 170.

cargoes of, 292-3.

price at Dunkirk, 294.

licence to transport to army in Netherlands, 303.

note of impositions on, 304.

White, Capt., Sidney asks favour for, 130.

Whithead, Thomas, gentleman of earl of Oxford, Lesieur pays money for, 407.

Wight, isle of, plundered goods taken to, 295.

Wijk, Weeck [Prov. Utrecht, Netherlands], 274.

company mustered at, 268.

Wilford, Wilfourd, Capt. Thomas, company at Ostend, 109, 300.

-, -, sergeant major of Ostend, payment to, 319.

Wilhem. See Williams.

Wilkes, Wylkes, Williex, Thomas, clerk of the Council, 126, 133, 164.

reply of Council of State to proposals, 439.

memorial delivered to, 82
-, papers carried by, 95
-, will report news, 153.

Queen sends to Leicester, 94
-, a marvellous sufficient man, 122.

comes to Utrecht and on to Hague, 116
-, examining Buys' plot, 120.

letters and messages very welcome to people, 122
-, sent to very good purpose, 127.

runs a diligent honest course, 132
-, informed of efforts of Provinces to provide funds, 156.

memorial of what to lay before Leicester, 139
-, information taken by, 163.

Walsingham referred to, for news, 141
-, and Burghley, 143
-, note for, 180.

informed about Perret and Ryngout, 157
-, notes of remembrances for Leicester, 226.

matters to be considered touching despatch, 168
-, to take Killigrew's place, 187-8.

salary allowed to, 187
-, asks for instructions to be sent, 197
-, addition to instructions, 249-51.

money brought over by, 199, 209
-, to give it to Huddleston, 207
-, acquittance to, 209.

admitted to Council of State, 208
-, arrival not so grateful as expected, 209.

testimony to Norreys, 233
-, Gilpin promises to second, 259
-, asks for Clark, 261, 263, 265, 324.

queen will not wrong in absence, 251
-, fear of disgrace, 256, 265, 314-5, 345, 364.

protection of Ringault, 253-4
-, efforts for pacification of Utrecht, 255.

claims for payment of troops, 254
-, payments to, 297.

uneasy about Stanley, 261
-, remonstrates with Stanley, 263-4
-, Stanley's reply to, 271
-, rejoinder, 280-1.

deprecates Leicester's displeasure, 270, 338-9
-, Leicester offended with, 313-4, 354, 364-5.

weary of place and country, 276
-, de Bye takes exception to, 309
-, asks Burghley to keep letters to himself, 310
-, asks Burghley not to abandon him, 333.

gets Huddlestone satisfied, 312
-, recommends Gilpin, 313
-, tries to conciliate Hohenlohe, 318
-, Gilpin informs of all he learns, 335.

Stanley speaks disrespectfully of, 318
-, defends Leicester to States after Deventer, 332.

asks to transport corn to England, 346
-, granted, 347.

papers of delivered to Davison, 355
-, denies speaking ill of Burghley, 364.

probably sent Faims to Brill, 360
-, bond of, for 8,000l., 367
-, borrows money to pay troops, 404.

dangerously ill, 363-5, 368
-, still ill, 390
-, recovered, 395.

Pelham incensed with, 365
-, Williams takes good report of, 376-7.

conferred with Gilpin about Deventer, 370
-, orders to Bergen not to receive Dutch troops, 376.

Norris to distribute money for troops by advice of, 372
-, going to Utrecht to consult Norris, 404.

approached about receiving help in money only, 382.

warns people of dangerous proceedings of States, 405
-, Barnevelt asks for particulars, id
-, gives list of breaches of Leicester's authority, 405, 407-9.

claims to have deserved well of Leicester, 406.

note of distribution of money, 415
-, captains at Flushing refer question of pay by poll to, 431.

asks for recall, 424.

Council asks to go and pacify Utrecht, 425-6
-, urges Council to stop proceedings of Maurice against Sonoy, 426.

letters from, 114 (2), 134, 163, 197, 208, 231-3, 262-3, 258, 261-4, 268-9, 274-5, 278-81, 283, 285, 307, 310, 313-5, 317, 320-2, 330, 332-3, 338, 345, 354-6, 363-5, 371, 379, 390, 394, 400, 403, 414, 423-4, 426.

-, referred to, 246, 339, 346, 363, 376.

letters to, 138, 147, 150, 152, 155, 205, 207, 238, 251, 256-7, 271, 273, 280-1, 325-6, 347, 352-4, 356-7, 359, 368, 372-3, 375-7, 395, 403, 410.

-, referred to, 360.

Willemstad [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], governor of, 179.

William IV., landgrave of Hesse Cassel, book on restoration of Israel submitted to, 124.

quarrels with John Casimir, 124.

William, duke of Cleves :

and Venlo, 61
-, garrisons Wesel, 126.

Parma at chateau of (Burik), 200, 204
-, assists Parma, promised Wesel, 306.

Wyer, physician of, 201.

Williams, Wilhem, Roger, Lieut. Col., raid on Parma's camp at Venlo, 19, 20.

reported capture of Kaiserwerth, 33
-, payment to, 110, 268.

Norris complains of, 47
-, reports loss of Venlo, 49
-, railed at Norris, 173.

company at Rheinberg, 110, 116, 127
-, wounded at Doesborch, 149, 153.

knighted by Leicester, 214
-, sent to Burghley for pay, 243
-, going to England, 256
-, reports and messages by, 354-6, 369
-, departs, 367, 404.

company of, 300
-, payments to, 311, 316.

knowledge of the Dutch, 355
-, can explain unpopularity of Leicester, 366.

Wilkes hopes will show how he is wronged, 364
-, gives good reports of Wilkes, 376
-, does him good offices with Leicester, 377.

letters taken by, 378
-, memorial given to, 381
-, report to Leicester about Hohenlohe, 416.

Buy has not seen, 415
-, note on conference with Buy about war, 435.

Williex. See Wilkes.

Willis, captain in Stanley's regiment, 351.

Willoughby, lord, de Eresby. See Bertie, Peregrine.

Wilson, Dr. Thomas, Secretary of State, 96.

-, Capt., company at Arnheim, 109
-, men in queen's pay, 129
-, at taking of Doesborch, 149-51
-, going to England, 280.

Norris writes for, 279-80
-, Borlas tries to bring to Flushing, 418.

-, Thomas, corporal of the camp, payments to, 311-2.

Winckfield. See Wingfield.

Windsor, co. Berks, 85, 211.

suit for knight's room at, 162.

letters dated at, 145, 160, 164, 188.

wine :

quantity imported to Netherlands, 131.

cost of, 160,

taxes on, 176, 178, 183, 304.

Wingfield, Capt. Antony, company of, 300,

-, Capt. Jacques, provision sent to Ireland by, 357.

-, John, 22.

knighted by Leicester, 214.

-, Winckfield, Wynkeffeld, Capt. Richard, troop in States' pay, 71
-, company of, 109.

appeal for reinstatement in queen's pay, 275-6, 282-3, 286
-, case recommended to Council, 369.

payments to, 311, 319.

company of, payment for victuals, 383.

-, Capt. Thos. Maria, company at Bergen op Zoom, 109
-, payment to, 311
-, company sent to Flushing, 418.

Wirtemberg duke of. See Louis the Pious.

Wischarrdt, in service of States, 300.

witch, tortured in Saxony, 124.

Wittenberg, Wytenberge [Saxony, German Empire], Ubiquitaries expelled from, 128.

Woerden
-, [Prov. S. Holland Netherlands], Leicester at, 87
-, Count Philip made governor of, 382
-, States change garrison of, contrary to oath, 408.

Woking, Okyng, co. Surrey, 85.

Wolfhezen [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 257.

Worcum. See Woudrichem.

Wotton
-, Wottenn, Capt. John, company with Norris, 129
-, company reduced, 300
-, payment to, 311
-, Isleye succeeds, 316.

-, Capt. James, payment to, 319.

Woudrichem, Worcum [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], governor of, 179.

Hohenlohe turns Clerhagen's men out of, 359
-, States remove Bacx from, 437.

-, governor of. See Clerhagen.

Wouw, Wauue, Waugh, Wouwe, Wawe, Vawe, Woo, Wou [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], Leicester at, 87.

captain of, 104.

Captain Marchant at, 307.

continues in mutiny, fear of loss, 286
-, reported sold to enemy, 287, 313, 317-8, 324, 340.

mutineers of take Fremyn's arms, 289
-, Fremin's losses at, 433.

States might have saved, with money, 342.

-, commander of. See Marchant.

Wurtemberg, duke of. See Louis the Pious.

Wyckel, Dr. Tzialinck, councillor of Friesland, 291.

Wydale. See Uvedale.

Wyer, Jan, physician to duke of Cleves :

letters to, 201.

appeal to, to come to Sidney, 201-2.

Wylkes. See Wilkes.

Wyllis, Symon, witness, 209.

Wyllughby, lord. See Bertie, Peregrine.

Wynberghe
-, Wynberge, Johan de, deputy of Gelderland, accounts submitted to, 311
-, signs accounts, 317, 319.

documents signed by, 312, 328.

Wynkefeld. See Wingfield.

Wyntgens, Arnoult, echevin of Arnheim, deposition before, 328.

Wyse, William, a pirate, depredations by, 157.

Wytenberge. See Wittenberg.