Index: Z

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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'Index: Z', in Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 21, Part 2, June 1586-March 1587, (London, 1927) pp. 520-522. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/foreign/vol21/no2/pp520-522 [accessed 17 April 2024]

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Zeeland, Province of, Netherlands, 311.

contributions from, 14
-, heavy proportion of war charges borne by, 89.

no healthy place in, 23
-, objection to Ryngout, 91
-, complains of misrule of soldiers, 92.

Denmark suitable protector for, 36
-, intrigues to make him king of, 38.

talk of reconciliation with Spain, 47
-, Spanish offer to burghers, 61.

English garrison, keys of, 54
-, why queen sent troops to, 56
-, de Loo to avoid, 144.

depredations by ships of, 70-1, Leicester goes to, 72.

list of war ships of, 71
-, governors in, 179
-, prices of victuals in, 297.

remonstrance about placard, 88-90
-, and on points of treaty, 90-2
-, answer to Leicester's proposals, 97.

whole wealth in sea trade, 89, 157
-, ducat of, 113
-, trade of, and placard, 174
-, rates of coins in, 184.

indifferent to losses of other Provinces, 96
-, Sluys good to secure, 236.

Leicester's notes on articles presented by, 104-5
-, objections to placard, 156.

dangerous for Gilles to go to, 160, 170
-, Colston objects to go to, 266.

contributions of, 177, 183, 222, 228-9, 295
-, total receipts from, 179
-, to furnish quota in advance to pay troops, 244.

offered by queen to Parma, 210
-, proposal for queen to take sovereignty, 247.

representative to England, 228
-, Norris shut up in by ice, 266
-, makes difficulty about sending to England, 286.

garrison only to be changed by advice of governor and estates, 245.

danger to England if enemy captures port in, 249
-, expected attack on, 254.

appeal to Council about Manmaker, 265-6
-, friar in to exchange for Lesieur, 407.

Maurice and regiment of, 307
-, Maurice made captain general of, 317
-, intention to establish Maurice in government of, 381, 437.

remarks in Council about, 353
-, levy troops in name of States, 378.

Villiers goes with count of Nassau to, 360.

danger to peace of, 362
-, towns will not admit English companies, 382.

Walsingham asked to make Russel governor of, 392.

Solms comes to take governorship, 392
-, States make Solms governor of, 387, 408.

revokes grant of Camphire for use of Henry of Navarre, 408.

people ill pleased at coming of Solms, 410
-, recall deputies from States as sign of disapproval, 421, 427.

Leicester urged to assure of return, 421
-, treating secretly for peace, 427.

Maurice swears to establish Solms in government of, 427.

Zeeland, Prov. of, Estates of, letter from, 155.

demonstrations concerning navigation, 157
-, articles concerning placard, 157-60
-, remonstrance concerning treaty with queen, 160.

remonstrance, with notes, 230.

to be consulted about change of garrisons, 245
-, money advanced to, to pay troops, 291.

to nominate councillors to assist Maurice, 303
-, States make Solms governor of, 388
-, send Solms away, 418, 424, 427
-, question calmed down, 431.

letter to Conway for defence of Tholen and Bergen, 440
-, reply to, 434.

new oath to be taken to Maurice by, 411.

Admiralty of. See under Admiralty.

Council of, 381.

Zierickzee, Ziricsee in Schouwen, Sirickzee [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], Bull grounded near, 312.

intention to give government to Philip of Nassau, 371
-, admiral of can secure for queen, 432.

-, admiral of, asked to take oath to Maurice, Buckhurst thanks for fidelity, 422
-, faithful service to queen, 432.

Zolms, count. See Solms, George Everard, count.

Zouch, Souche, Lieutenant, 281.

Yorke defends, 247
-, reported dealings with enemy, 273, 275, 278.

Zubiaur. See Cubiaur.

Zuider Zee, Netherlands, 282.

Zutphen, Sytfyn, Sutfine, Suttfen, Sutfild [Prov. Gelderland, Netherlands], 151, 328, 368.

camp moved towards, 153
-, Leicester takes places near, 156
-, Leicester besieges, 161, 168, 170, 200
-, likely to surrender, 162, 172
-, skirmish at, 165
-, Leicester takes, 182
-, Stanley's gallantry at, 186
-, reported defeat of English at, 200.

unlikely to hold out long, 198
-, reported treasonable communication with, 273, 275, 278.

Parma's efforts to revictual, 201
-, Stanley must stop convoys to, 271.

Sidney wounded at, 202
-, Wayman sent to, 207
-, services of Conway at, 340.

proposed contribution from, 295
-, very short of victuals, 309
-, revictualled, Taxis expected at, 310
-, enemy comes out of to receive Deventer, 311.

Yorke hostage at, 341
-, Kirkman carried prisoner to, 419.

letters dated at, 162-3, 165-8, 184, 188-9, 198.

governor of. See Taxis, Juan Bautista de.

Zutphen, comt of :

letter from, 273, 275, 278.

distribution of pay to troops in, 415.

-, sconce. See Veluwe, fort of the.

Zuyderman, Capt., begs for despatch, needed at Ostend, 430.

Zuylen, van. See Nyvelt.

Zwolle, Swol, Swolle, Swoule [Prov. Overyasel, Netherlands], coins of, 113.

Killigrew employed to, 165
-, Stanley demands contributions of, 242.

English camp formed near, 254
-, musters at, 267-8.

constant, but fears English garrison, 333
-, Capt. Helms removed from, 346.